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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAX AND COURIER, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1894.
THE GENUINE fopnlarlj known tbroogboot Nsw BoRland m lh bightsl Standard 10 csnts Cigar tat Qaalli, Qasnul sad Workmanship. Direst Importer of Ut nnsstVsJtt Abejo Havana Tobsess end fcteanfaeinterox Cigars, Miscellaneous. "Fu? 3 '7' for Vork a Specialty. ARE NOW READY. franco MADBAB, English OIFOBD8, Scotch CHEVIOTS, English FLANNEL and WASH BILK 8. For Men's XBQLI9EE and TENNIS BIBTE, for Ladles' aid CkUdm't WAISTS ad BLOU8K3, or sold bj th yard. GLOVES Th NEW PEARL OBEY. TIM Famous London Tu at 11.85. Fawn.'. Gold Tan, fced Tan and 'weluku&y we nneat mora Raw "Butterfly" Tfea and Bowt, English Long Scarfs, and Don Juan'1 Tie and Fourln-Hands. CHASE & CO., Now Haven Boose Building. Sole Agents for Noyee Bros.' (Boston) Laun dry. Band work, and satisfaction guaranteed. ifttroiliirje, tc. Carpets. Carpets. OUR STOCK OF Moquettes, Velvets, Body Brussels and Ingrain Carpets Is One of THE BEST In the City. Linoleum, Oilcloth, Matting, Art Squares, Rugs and Shades. BABY CARRIAGES, A LARGE VARIETY. Refrigerators, All sizes, in soft and nnrd wood. LOWEST PRICES. STAHL & HEGEL, 8, 10, 12 Church Street. Correct Styles 1N Solid Silver Mounted BELTS and P0CKETB00KS AT DURANT'S, The Jeweler, 55 Church Street, Opposite Postofflco. WELLS & GUNDE, Watchmakers and Jewelers. Full Line Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Ware. JUMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS. No. 788 Chapel Street. XisceUancotis. b beat for Driveways, Cellar and Shop Floor, Copings, and all kindi ot Artificial Stone Work. Vfttaatas (uroliaaa by ' .. The Manuiaoturera, a D. ROBIITSON & CO, "pMtotf 44 atata airaat. 5 22ir S T v Si IK Cariieds . 6. RUSSELL, Architect, 452 Chapel Strut. ARE STAMPED yatmflrtgg. DOYOUWANT Year Carpets Brigblenefl. The Moths Kilted, and the Dust lieiuovcd ? WE CAN DO IT. LACE CURTAINS Of lbs fioeat qualities tlsaned without lnj ary. a sta fflally fitted np for tbli work, DYEING and CLEANING Of Men's BalU and Ovsroosta, Ladles' Dresses, (to, . LAUNDERING Of Shirts, Collars, Calls, Underclothing. THE FORSYTH CO. OFTIOEB-878 Chanel street, O40 98 Broadway, State. Lawrenoo and Mecbaalo streets). Telephone 854-3 and 8. Sttovts, glttmoittg, gtx. A large assortment of hard wood Refrigerators and other kinds, whioh will be sold cheap to reduce stock. Please call and ex amine. 639 Grand Avenue S.-E. DIBBLE. We have opened a full line of Jewett's cele brated hard wood Refrigerators, thoroughly charcoal filled, and the best refrigerators sold in the city. AT COST. We have hut few of them left : when these are gone there will be no more of them offer ed, as we are going out of this branch of the business. We advise all who are in want to inspect them before purchasing olsewhore. That New Range We have said so much about proves to be the favorite. All who havo tried it say it is the wonder of the age and does all we adver tise It to do. GAS FIXTURES In great varieties and prloes 'way down. The largest assortment to be found in the city. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. THE ARNOLD CO. COOKING BY HEAT FROM GAS ! Invaluablcforcomfort.eonvenlouce and econ omy in KumtufM'. Food more perfectly cooked than by direct heat from coal. Ranges, with or without water heaters, hot platen, ovens, sad-iron heaters, etc., etc., sold, set up and warranted by the New Haven Gas Light Co., No. 80 CROWN STREET. minGifiiSfini J. U. Buckley, 179 Church. WE HAVE A FEW Standard Lighting Company's jew rrocesa Gasolene Stoves, Which we thall nil at 10 P8r CBEt. DlSCDOEl. a P. UEEBIMAW, Otwn evanlncra. 1 M Wm Street, REFRIGERATORS. rpHB standard Refrigerator of to-day Is the BUUx. naae strictly nnrc-oi8ss in rine thoroughly kiln dried, heavily painted, beau- tlruily gral y grained and varnished. They are su- pertor to an; IT ' hardwood box made. Examine them at BMW STATE STREET. SILAS GALPIN. -ATTHK fit Kit Mot Addlfloa ot Hwki for the 'M M !! fobllf. Book recently alild to h "r Public library are a follow! rr, A. R, The Urne Hua, BOT.Mi Tfcers.'H. A.. A Suburban rastoral, end Other Tale, IISM.l; Bishop, W. H., A Pound of Cure. romance of Monte Carlo, rotli Ulnrkmore, B. D., Parly cross, n novel, nM7.ll; Itayosen, H. H Literary and Social Bllhoueitce., 8)44 BIS; Bridges', R (Drocb.) Overheard In AreaJy. 8174 D7; Bronson. H., His tory of Waterbury. Conn., W4 B6; Brooks, N., Talea of the Main Coast, B.7HS.1; Church, . K. Oliver Crom well, n C5 O; Clough, A. H Belec tlona from (hll poerna, Mitt LI: Col more, (1., A Paughter of MuhIo, C715.1; Curtis. 0. W From tha Easy Chair, 34 aeries, 8144 CIO; Ponalilaon, T.. Mo qui Pueblo and Pueblo Indiana, 7o3xD; Kbera, O. M., Cleopatra, a romance, KbtJ.15; Fltxarfrnld. P., The Opraa of Gilbert and Bulllvan Deaerlbed, 782 P; Pranklln Inatliute, Journal (complete U tot V: Uatbman, H.. American Boapa, mtO; Howella, W. D., A Likely Story, farce, 8124 HU; Howella, W. D., A Traveler from Altrurla, HM5.22; Hudaon, T. J., The Law. of Paychlc Phenomena, 130 H; Hutcb Inaon. H. 0.. Creature of Other Days, 508 HI; Jumc-a, H., Theatrlcala-Two Comedies. 8124 J; Johnaon, B. T., Gen eral Waahlnirton. B W.27 J; King, Cap tion C. ed., An Initial Experience, and Other Stories, KC8.21: Kipling, VL, The Jungle Book, J K625 J; McLaughlin, E. T., Studies In Mediaeval Life and Llerature, 8144 M15; Mitchell, W., Two Strings to His Bow, M695.1: Mombert, J. ., A Short History of the Crusades, 404 M; Murray, D. C, Tlme"B Re venges, a novel, M961.6; Page, T. N., Pastime Stories, P14.4; Pendleton, L., The Wedding Garment, A tale of the life to come, P371.1: Rectus. E., Univer sal Geography, v. 18: South America the Andea Region, 910xR,v.l8; Ruskin, J., Verona, and Other Lectures, 81488 H; Sabatler, P., Life of St. Francis of As sist, B F841 C; Shepard. C. U., A Re port on the Geological Survey of Con necticut. 1837, 6574 S; Society of Arts, Journal (complete set,) 605 85; Spring steed, A. F., The Expert Waitress, 847 8; Steel, F. A., The Potter's Thumb, a novel, St35.2; Steinert, M., The Steln ert Collection of Stringed and Keyed Instrumeuts, 786xS; Straus, O. S., Rog er Williams, the Pioneer of Religious Liberty, B W674 A; Taylor, J. M., Max lmlllen and Carlotta, a story of Imper ialism, 97207 T; Wolf, E., A Prodigal in Love, W831.1 BTATK HOARD OF CHARITIES. Care of Children In State Institutions Oth er Matters of Importance Discussed. -At the annual meeting of the state board of charities held at the capltol this week, several matters of special Interest were discussed, prominent among them being the Warden Wood bridge execution device. Since the last meeting of the board, Miss Hall and J5lss Whittlesey Investigated the scheme of the harden, and declared themselves no more In favor of It than President Tracy did. The result was that a motion was passed to the effect that the warden, as state executioner, be notified that the board of charities do not consider the proposed mode of execution as conforming to the laws of the last legislature. It will be noticed that the warden' la referred to as the state executioner. 'As warden he is an swerable to the state prison directors, but the board has a certain claim on him as state executioner. Another matter attended to. was that of the establishment of a central office where children arriving at their major ity. can learn something of their ante cedents. In the past, the state has ltept no regular record of any child, and on being placed In temporary homes and elsewhere, that ended it as far as any knowledge of the child's parentage was concerned. This was on the grounl that in many cages it would miliate against a young person's futura and character should he or she learn of his or her origin. This, the board claims, is not just to the child and thinka a bu reau or central office ought to be estab lished where the records of each child's birth and life ought to be recorded, No better office could, be had, tnq beard thinks, than theirs, and they deoided recommend to the next legislature that all country homes be compelled to make monthly returns concerning all children placed in their -care-to. the board. The matter of giving the board pow er to remove children from such homes and surroundings which It deema unfit, was another thing discussed. As It la now the county commissioners have full control. The board wants It now. There in a case at hand where a child of thirteen is in a home where the man and woman are not married to each other, yet both are married and living apart from their other halves. The county commissioners will' not allow the child to be removed A fourth matter considered wag that of helping the state in taking care of its children. The county homes, known as temporary homes, are overflowing In some cases and the little one are put out. indiscriminately. The board pro poses that instead of putting these children in the oounty homes at first, to board them out In respectable faml lies, taking care that they be placed In families in the same lines as those of their parents as far a can be learned, In reference to the proposed scheme of warden Woddbrldge in execution, the board has heard that tha plan worked well In the west. .- It has also been told the' board that It had been legalized In Colorado by the action of the legislature, but no proof have been shown as yet. The board received ac knowledgments of the receipt of Presi dent Tracy '9 report of last month, but but there were no suggestions relative to any changes. Dr. Andrew W. Tracy of Meriden was re-elected president of the board, and Miss Mary Hall of Meriden was chosen secretary. She declined to serve and Heman C -Whittlesey of Mlddletown was re-elected secretary, end he will prepare the .report to be submitted to the governor and legislature next Win ter. All members of the board were present. The-reports of visitations showed the usual inspection of- tat- lnstttattons in which everything was found to be all right Mr.' Whittlesey had visited the towns of Kllllngly, Ashford. Kaatford, Woodstock,, putnam, Brooklyn and Pomfret In Windham county and Greenwich, New Canaan and Stam ford In Fairfield county. Ashford, Cast ford, Brooklyn and Pomfret have no almshouses, but the poor are board ed out. In Woodstook.whlle everything was In good condition, there was no method of beating the almshouse ex cept atoves and there had been much complaint of cold lu the winter. The Canterbury almshouse, which had been previously reported In bad condition, the selectmen had promised to put In shape but sent a somewhat acrid letter to Secretary Whittlesey In making the announcement In Stam ford no bath room or batb tub was found In the almshouse, but extensive additions and Improvements are con templated and sanitary matters will be included. Miss Mary Hall reported visits to almshouses in Manchester, New Brit ain, Berlin, East Hartford and South Windsor.. lill.BerUn Charlotte Belden, an Insane pauper, was not properly cared for and It was recommended by the board that she be removed to the state hospital at Mlddletown and .the selectmen had made application to the proper authorities for such removal. In Eaat Hartford Ersklne Caahman, a Ictim of calomel, had been an Inmate of the almshouse for fourteen years nd had not .been taught to read, and his only amusement was to lie on the floor and smoke. Mr. Spencer reported from Essex and Baybrook, the latter town having no almshouse. Secretary Whittlesey and Mies Bacon reported visitation! of the new alms house In Waterbury, the Waterbury hospital and the Litchfield county tem porary home and the Gilbert borne In Wlnsted, where everything waa In sat isfactory condition. Personal Jottings. A. D, Sanborn and family left for their summer borne In New Hampshire yesterday. . - ' Mr. and Mrs.; Joseph Jennings of Whitney avenue, are ot Hinsdale, Mass., for the summer.; Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Harwood are ecclviup; congratulations on the arrival of twin baby, girls.- Mr. Buel, proprietor of the Arlington,, left yesterday ;, on a two weeks visit .to bis friends in Wallingford. Miss Mafy'Xdler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Adler; will spend the month; of August at Sbiaron Springs, N. Tt: Professor antt Mrs. Edward P., Balis-i bury have return ironr their summer! residence at Lyme 'lb spend a few days; in this city.. .Sfi - v. ! Mr. and Mri3ohs of fjew. York oily! and Mrs. Robert! Young df Chicago and! her son, Ituf ug are yisitlrfg. W. E. Young of this city, 'sfcibSi' Miss Coilard, daughter of Dr. Collard! of Bridgeport Is., spending a few weeks, with the family ' of ; Jobh; J. Kart of, Whalley avenue, . - -u: John C. North, the Insurance agent,; and fatnilv are-arjCndlne; the summer at Newtown, Mr.' STferth returning to the! city daily. Thlaje their seventh season at Newtown. MrsVlnrlnlA tSirtis. Mrs. C M.Chad-' wlcb, ttte Rev. & M. Woodbull, Mrs. 0,t H. Woodhull antltos. N. , N.Woodauu of Orapge sii'es'WsutnmeringatPort ; land, Maine, i. vg ., Vnrrit, HtalnoVil.-'r will fioli nr hta lnnj ture on the "Evolution of the : Piano-, forte" at'tfbe National Music Teachers' Convention to-morrow afternbon. He will be assisted ftV Albert Steinert and Professor E. A. Papons. . Mr. ftncf Mrs. William' TJnmnxjk enter tained at their shbre cottage, Merwin's Point, July 4, ;;Mr. and Mrs. William' Burnatche of -WaTllngf ord, Mr. and Mrs. George Geary, Miss Helen Dolan and J. Thompson of this oity. Mr. and Mrs, Simon E. Shoninger, Messrs. Lee and "f Alex Shoninger and Miss Alice Shoninger of the Elliott House have gone to the Branford Point House, where they Will Temain during the entire guramei1; Mr; Shotiinger re turning to the city'daily, ' Treasurer Squire of the Consolidated road, is busy at the office building in this city, preparing for the issue of con vertible debenture certificates in place of the debenture receipts which were put out some months ago. The amount is about $13,000,0Qtand will be delivered early in September. 1 In the year 1008 these certificates will, be exchangeable for the stock of the company. A SAMPLE CAKE rondbnrr's MeMl Soao sad lSOwa bock on Baaatjr ana mrmatougy, racial d.tmob leBt, Bnpernuoui Bair, wruikl, ns, yiea. Krroma tnt an Sktn ana gaaly laUMifwUam wnt walad to aajr addrai for Weants. John H, Woodbury Dennatologleal Institute, BstabUshed 1870. IW W. 4M ft,, N,T. , Qnt Shots are popttw with an who want good boon foi TteirEisi, Tlilr Style. EetMaibli Prb. . On stock Is so tsttnstrs and oar s tylss to rarlsd that every sias sen get what as daaimlaaShos. ' ' ' flfl Ham-Df i Slii Co, , 8$ CHURCH BTBBIT, Self Affanis for Kw Satan for Haass coa s Shoes of jww XK. . - Slisiillffftt "SIESTA." The Spanish call the noon-day rest from the hot sun, Siesta. Just as necessary in our climate, if we would do it; but here it is business rushing about and use of energy in the hot sun. Johann Hoff's Malt Extract taken at meals, or drank in the office, renders living- easier in hot weather. It supplies energy be cause it aids digestion and the nutritive functions. Beware of imitations. Look for signature of " Johann Hoff " on neck label. Eisser & Mendelson Co., Solo Agents, New York. SUMMER TIME TABLE . Commencing June 25th we shall be open for busi ness from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. eyery day but Saturday. OiSaMaysiW Close a! 12 oW, Stop. No evening hours. Any person desiring to furnish up a room or a house in the near future will do well to call and look oyer our stock and get our terms now. It will pay you to place your orders for future de livery at our summer prices. THE CHAMBERLAIN Furniture add Mantel Co. Orange and Crown Streets II SHtE PRICES. ft Generous Reduction on EVERY PAIR of Shoes in the Store. SOME OF THE ' SPECIALS : Child's Patent Tip Spring Heel Shoes, sizes 5 to 8, 35 cents. Think of it 1 Child's Red Slippers, 50 cents. . Ladies' Tan Bluchers and Oxfords, 65 cents, Ladies' Fine Tan Oxfords, $1.50 qual ty,$l,15. Child's Patent Leather Ties, 50 cents. $1 pairs House Slippers, 35 cents. . 854 Chapel Street. "Perfect Manbc:i HwUAttaJB R," A .Wpndarfnl Hew gumicaiBooi PIIE MEDICAL C9. urrALo.N.V. SlamrMer km c,wruw mt turn wnir.' una cevy najrniba&ftai ' tatssattaswi D. I. WEIGH & OT .'- OFFER Carload Fancy 'Norfolk New Potatoes, Only 22c a Peck.; A carload of the Famous Moxle Nerve Food. The best nerve toulu known, as well as a most refreshing tuuiincr drink. The price this season brings It In the reach of all. Try it. Fancy Blscklierrle 10 and l'io quart, Fancy WnortMwrrlei U quart. Our Fancy Klgln Creamery 2.1c lb. Our Fancy Vermont Cheese lllo lb. Big Jumbo Watermelons 35o each. Facy large Rod I onuigos iJOo dos. ' Worlds of Fresh Vegetables. Funny fresh Cuouniliers 2c each. 100 cases Fancy linked Beans, . At only 10c large cans. Many other bargains at 1). M. WELCH & SON, 28 and 80 Congress Avenue, Drench 8 Grand Avenue. Campbell Avemte, West Haven, K0PSf CHEER 1 1 Pare and Kon-Intoxicatlne. AX Excellent Nerve Tonio a0 Aid to Digestion. Bittered with the Finest Hops. ltc per bottle, erll.BO per doses, GILBERT & THOMPSON Fresh Fruits. . Havana Pines tl.20 per dozen. XX Sugar Loafs. Watermelons. Cherry Currants. Red Raspberries. Blackberries. Try Bitter Hop Ale. Have You Ever Used "Dead Stuck" For your Bugs 1 Try it. AT THE OLD STAND, E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State St. ii 9T3 Htate Street, nrar Edward.. YOtr will cave tnonay bj trading at this at ore. We are railing 8 lb of iba best 50o Tea far One Dollar, also 6 iba ot rplendlrt Often for One Dollar.,- all kinds Orooiery, Cbina and Qlaaa ware Bold cbeap, Je . awTSSN. THE fkstw Charch aed Etn Street OFFER Spring Lamb-Choice. : Bef and Mntton. SptivR Bro'lara, Dnokllrjgs. Ohiokent, 8qobs. Bwratbreads and Calf's Llrsr. Also Fresh Native Vegetables In f nil variety, and a fall line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Bran oh tore at Woodmont, containing a fall line ot the above goods. nLWHONB oau m The Leading Bread Flour of the World. J. D. DEWELL& CO., Wholesale Agents, 2SO Rlat t.. ww Hnren. . VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED BV FAKNHAM. Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed, -orders left at . BRADLEY &D ANN'S, 406 Slate Street. HOB'T. VEITCH SON 8, (74 Chapel Street, LINSLEY. HOOT ft CO.'S, IB Broadway, Will receive prompt attention. P. O. Address Boi855. Telephone W-VJ. PAIN Is a sensation that everybody has some time. PAIN KILLER Is a remedy that everybody should have all the tune, bow everywowi jyu "ADBIANCE" 15 lard"-Tedders, 'Wlard'' and "New Cham pion" Hakes. Get our prices, LINSLEY, HOOT & CO., 1)846 - . . 88 Broadway, J EVERYBODY Bays our price is the lowest. U We also handle London Purple, Hellebore, lystt. - Kinsley, soot a co. 1 1 Mt o gducntiou. MECHANICAL MAWING, PEltSPKlTIVB, MATHEMATICS, MKl'll ANIMM. ktu. t, IC. HUSKY, 1 ruuroa street. Rarrfnrd oIDrk, na Mala street. Alilrms Union to Nbw Haven orHw. aula ly "HDENSAUEIUltOOSTWYJC SCHOOL OF M US IC, 71 t GaiMil Stmt. ' Thnrmiirn munltutl nliicut, inn Mff at (tin ninth. 04 of furwnont iSiinipvuo Cotiwirvatnrle. Vlnllii, IManu, Oricim, (Minting;. Vlnto, riurl nntrttn, Ciiriivt, Hum, Vlula, 'Onlln, Uuiilile lbwa, Mamlollii, lliiturrln. Harmony anil Kiiwmlila flaylnir. liimi-iivtlon .limit- or in eiaaaa. Appiuwita reoelvwl dully from U to 1 an'l to 6 p. in. tf m Clt AI'Et, 8THEET. ialntt, (Oils, "gtc. EVERYTHING To Make Your Home Beautiful and Ufa Happy. WHITE ENAMEL, BATH ENAMEL, VARNISH 8TAINS, GOLD PAINTS, UEADVyOK USB, THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street, Courier UnlMlng. WcHaven. Conn. THE FINEST LINE OP WALL PAPERS AT LOWEST PKICEB, ON EXHIBITION AT The Broadway Wall Paper Store. Como and examine our goods and you will besurprlHedutour prloes for beautiful com binatlona, . E. R. JEFFCOTT. PAINTINO and DECOHATINO In all their several lirnnobes done well andtmimptly. Estimates vlven. E, K. JEITCOTr. S6I Elm Street, corner of York. NEW TICKET OFFICE. TJAILWAY nnd Stcnmahtp Tickets to all ,I points. StAterooma and Berths secured in advance. BuirKaKe checked through. Htarln Line TlcKeta to New York. Agent for Henry Gase & Sons' Tours. JOHN MORSE, 69 CENTER STKEET, Telephone call 407-4. jeatf THEODORE KEILER, Aa't, UNDERTAKER, 162 ORANGE STREET, (Near Court gtreet.) Telephone Tfo. 85T-8. A FRIEND IN NEED, DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. ' PreDared from the reclDO of Dr. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut, the grea Natural Bone Setter. Has been used for jrfore than SO years and Is the best known remedy tor Kneuma tlsm. Neuralsrin. Snralria. Bruises, Buxns. Cuts, Wounds and all external Injuries. . . . C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor, Sole Agent... ... v COMPRESSED AIR i Carpet Cleaning yyorks. WIIXIAM F. KNArP H CO.. Proprietors, - 106 Court St., New Haven, Ct. Work done at short notice. ' mha8 tf Blight's Disease, Diahotes, : " and Other Diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and Stomash Cured. ; Information Free which will Astound and Convince the Most Skeptical. No stamp necessary for information. Address REV. DR. It. E. HALL, r Pastor First Baptist Church,. . Hattiesburg, Miss. on P. O. BOX No. 709, New Orleans, La. Name paper. iya.na il DUMP CARTS, Milk Wagons, Butcher , Cart", , Surreys, ConGords.eto.iito, HARNESS, In Stock and Made to Order, - SIEDLET BROS. & CO., 171 Brewery Streets ' "IDEAL STONE." THE best Artificial Stone in tho market for sidewalks, driveways, mill, shop and barn floors, cellar bottoms, curbing, coping, eta. All orders promptly executed and satlgfao tton guaranteed. . . . . A. D. FANSLOW & C0 Exchange Building, feoora la, jalStf (P. O. Box 860) Nfcw, Haven. L. W. ROBINSON, ABCHITE01 Berooved to : , No. 760 CHAPEL STREET. ilJbAX XUVU ItlJM WTCB TBI OILXBBATU ' MAHONY BOIIiER, ' gttm tf Het 'Water, IMreet t IntlirMt Badiation. . ; , f AX89 HOTAIftFUBNACE?. - DrtTcn walli a tpaaialtr , Kngiaeers'8tipiHes. fbii teas wstknanntssd. laeiorTwoTkaollottad. Ferto al sttsBtian gim to nwdernlsin dsfectlTS plnnbtegs ; SHEAHAH" & GROARIL itxAairrraas in nnmi, Tsba canm-i SSS and 887 State Street. . .i