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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1894.
WK uciNL'iE 'tSSll-I ,,(1 r Popularly known tbn.nghont Htm England m ih hitfi)t Standard 10 cents Clgr for Quality, Quantity and Workmanship, HTJ.TH3 33 Y TP. 3D. OnAvJJ, Dlraot ImportM o( lbs finest Voelta Ahajo HaoTobecoo and Manofaotararof Olgars, orii.r Met.ond Woniirr atreela, Wew Haven, ronn. T U S R5Sk N mi i HEW HAVEN, CiH ! Fur 7ark a Specialty. S AWE KOW .BEADY. French MADRAS. EDglLh OXFORDS, Sootch CHEVIOTS, English FLANNEL and WASH JILKS. For Men'i NEGLIGEE and TENNIS SHIRTS, for Ladle.' and Children's WAISTS ud BLOUSES, or sold by the yard. SLO YES Hie NEW PKARL GREY. The F.mous London Tan at 11.36. Fowne's Oold Tan, Hed Tan and "WKLBEUK," the flneet Glove made. New "Butterfly" Tie and Bow, English Long Scarfs, and "Don Juan" Ties and Four ln Hands. CHASE & CO., New Haven House Building. Sole Agents for ltoye Bros.'' (Boston) Laun dry. Band work, and satisfaction guaranteed. fttraittro, tt. Carpets. Carpets. OUH STOCK OP Moquettes, Velvets, Body Brussels and Ingrain Carpets Is One or THE BEST In the City. Linoleum, Oilcloth, Matting, Art Squares, Rugs and Shades. BABY CARRIAGES, A LARGE VARIETY. Refrigerators, All sizes, in sort mid nurd wood. LOWEST PRICES. STAIIL & HEGEL, 8, 10, 12 Church Street. Correct Styles IN Solid Silver Mounted BELTS and P0CKETB00KS AT DURANTE, The Jeweler, 53 Church Street, Opposite Postoffloe. WELLS & GTJNDE, Watchmakers and Jewelers. Full Line Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Ware. UMBO ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS. No. 788 Chapel Street. ptisccUaucons. The bent for Driveways, Cellar and Shop Floors, Copings, and all kinds ot Artificial Stone Work. Estimates furnished by The Manufacturers, 0. D. ROBJJSOH & CO, myWtf 448 aiio street. 11. G. RUSSELL, Architect, 852 Chapel Street. i 1 - iiruAur i i i r'f IT7 Eii 111 I HI IMS I II. ARE STAMPED DO YOU WANT loir Carpets Bilteil, TLo Moth Rilled, and the Dust Removed 7 WE CAN DO IT. LACE CURTAINS Of the finest qualities olesned without injury. Ve are especially fitted op for tUla work. DYEING and CLEANING Of Mea'a Suite and OrewoaU, Ladle' Dresses, eto. LAUNDERING Of Shlrte, Collars, Caffs, Underclothing. THE FORSYTH CO. 0FFICK3-878 Chapel street, 5 J43 Broadway, Stato, Lawrence and Mechanic streets. Teltpfaona 854-2 and 3. S&toucs, flumping, gtc. A large assortment of hard wood Refrigerators and other kinds, which will he sold cheap to reduce stock. Please call and ex- amine. 639 Grand Avenue S. E. DIBBLE. Wc have opened a full line of Jewctt's cele brated hard wood Itefrlgi'rators, thoroughly charcoal tilled, and the best refrigerators sold in the city. AT COST. Wo have hut few of thorn left : when thoso are gone thero wlU be no more of them offer ed, us wc are going out of this branch of the business. Wc advise all who are in want to inspect them before purchasing elsewhere. That New Range We have said so much about proves to be the favorite. All who have tried it say It Is the wonder of the ago and does all we adver tise it to do. GAS FIXTURES !n great varieties and prices 'way down. The largest assortment to iu louuu in me city. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. THE ARNOLD CO. COOKING BY HEAT FROM GAS ! Invnhialiieforoomfort.oonvouionceand econ omy in Summer. Food more perfectly cooked than by direct licttt from eoul. liaises, with or without water heaters, hot plates, ovens, nud-iron heaters, etc., etc., sold, set up and warranted by the New Haven Gas Light Co., No. HO CROWN STREET. rillBIIGitlSIITTIK J. H. Buckley, 179 Cliurcli. WE HAVE A FEW Standard Lighting Company's jjiew rrocess Gasolene Stoves, Which wo shall sell at 10 per cent. Discount. C P. MEKRIMAN, Ctxm evenings. 1 R4 W w Htrnet. REFRIGERATORS. THE standard Refrigerator of toJaylstho TCDTJY. Made strictly flrst-clnss In Pine thoroughly kiln dried, heavily painted, beau- tiruuy graineu anu vtiruiBueu. iuvy tu u su perior to any aaruwooa uox muue. Examine them at 880 STATE STREET. - SILAS G-ALPIN. Mnpis Mrpais ORDERED TO SHOOT OX SIGHT (Continued from first pane.) trouble In the nelshborlnn yard and uburban towns. At the first slirn of troublH the fouti ilrynum quit work and lied. The offloa foiw put their books lu the safe unit niiulo their escape In u hurry. The murumlcrs lui'l Iwen wiinieil of the tp proiich of the troops. Imwnver, and they t'oiillued their operation to the employes of the Wert I'lillmun Hlreet Hullwtty company. Conductors ninl Rrlpim-n wore driven from their plm e and the eompleto tie up of l lie system was nffected. Tho strikers from I'ullnuiii proper took no purl In the work of the mob. The hotel Florence, the principal hotel of the place, was nbnmlc d to-iilptt by Its employes. The troop will go Into rump In front of the hotel. .1 1. Tli t: I. n T AM) I I. F.VKl.ASn. Another Impertinent Teleraiil I Sent to the I'reaident-Tlie Latter Has Not Tnuni ended III. Duty. Chii'UBo, July 0. (iovernor Altgelclt to-night sent another telegram to the president in which he questioned the executive's power to order Federal troops to Chicago. In It he says In unswer to the president's telegram of yesterday: assumption as to the power of the execu tive Is certainly new, and I respcofully submit that it is not the law of the hind. The Jurists have told that this Is n gov ernment of law niid not by theenprlec of Individual, and further, Instead of bclnjt autocratic, it is u government ot limited power. Yet the autocrat of Kus sin could certainly not possess prenter power than is possessed by the executive of the United States if your assumption Is correct. The executive has the comumnd not only of the regular forces of tho United States, but of the military forces of all the states, and command them to nny place he sees lit to, and, as thero are ul wnys more or less local disturbances over the country, It will be an ensy mat ter under your construction of tho law for an ambitious executive to order out the military forces ot all of the states and establish ot once a military government. Tho only chance of failure in such a move ment could come from rebellion and with such a vast military power at com mand this could readily be crushed, for as a rule soldiers will obey orders. As for the situation In Illinois, that is of no consequence now when compared with the far-reaching principle involved. True, according to my advices, fed eral troops have now been on duty for over two days, and, altogether the men are brave and the officers valiant and able, yet their very presence proved to be an Irritant, because it aroused the indignation of a large class af people who, while upholding law and order, had been taught to believe in local self government and, therefore, resented what they regarded as an unwarranted Interference. Inasmuch as the federal troops oan do nothing but what the state troops can do there and believing that tho state is amply able to take cni-e of the situation and to enforce the law, and believing that the ordering of the fed eral troops was unwarranted, I again ask their withdrawn!. JOHN P. ALTGELDT. Washington, D. (A, July 6. Gov ernor Allgeld's second telegram to the president reached tho White house near the hour of midnight. It came over the private wire and its contents were carefully read. Then the president dictated the following reply: Hon. John P. Altgeld, Governor of Illinois: "While I am still persuaded that I have neither transcended my author ity or duty in the emergency that con fronts us, it seems to me that in this hour of danger and public distress, discussion may well give way to'actlve effort on the part of all In authority to restore obedience to law and to protect life and property. GROVER CLEVELAND. Knights of Labor Called Out. Chicago, July 6. It Is reported at the headquarters of the A. R. U. that Gen eral Master Workman Sovereign has is sued an order calling out all the Knights of Labor in the state of New York, where the organization Is said to have a membership of 200,000. It was said at midnight that President Debs was en route to Buffalo for the purpose of soliciting the general sup port and co-operation of employes of all the roads centering at that point. Appealed to the Governor. St. Louis, July 6. General Manager Hayes of the Wabash has asked Gov ernor Stone to protect his trains at Moberly, and from acts of violence, The governor replied that he would pre vent the detention of trains and bring to punishment all violators of the law. Property Is In Hunger. Chicago, July 0. Sixty freight cars on the Wisconsin Control rbnd at the Fifty-first street yards were destroyed by lire to-night. One million dollars worth of property belonging to the rail' road and residents of the neighborhood Is endangered. Refused to V nload Freight. Portland, Ogn., July 6. In obedi ence to an order from General Master Workman Sovereign the longshore' men's branch of the Knights of' Labor struck here this morning. They refused to unload freight from the Union Pa clflc steamer which arrived from San Francisco last night. The officials had no trouble In securing non-union men. The situation remains un changed. A Cattle Train Derailed. Indianapolis, July 6. A cattle train on the Belt road south of this olty was derailed this moruiug by strikers. A switch was thrown and eight cars were wrecked. The train was running slow ly at the time, which probably prevent ed a fearful accident, a there were eleven deputy marshals and a gang of trainmen on the cars. One of t he depu ties was hurled to the ground .and bis leg Broken. Two Hlotom Shot. Chicago. July G.-This afternoon while a gang of about twenty men were enguged in tipping a car over upon the Tlllllnla Cpflt.vnl t.rnnlr. at. 7an.lnwf.nn they wore flredluto by Special Detective Stark of tha Michigan Central. Two of the men war hit, but nut futally hurt. Ml ark wa protected by tha nolle nud taken to Hydu 1'ark station. The crowds bava tmrued about KuO cars this afternoon at Klnton and liurnstde. Moan jtr.t uHK a mksai k. Mayor Hopkla. Calls for Troops la Ordar ro I'rolwt I'rnp.rty. Chicago, July . Acting hi pursu ance of orders Issued by Uoveruor Alt geldt at 1 o'clock to-dy,Diigailler Gen eral Wheelor, of the First Ilrlgnde, re ported at I he oflloe of Mayor Hopkins at 1:40 p. in. The mayor with his ad viser uuil legal staff Immediately went Into a conference with General Wheeler. The order oru to call out the entire brigade, consisting of three regiments of Infuntry, one troop of cavalry and a battery of artillery. The conference was held for the pur pose of deciding upon a plan or campaign, and selecting the polnta which are to be covered by the troops. One regiment will be sent to the stock yards district. Another will be used In guarding the Lake Shore, Rock Island and Illinois Centre) track from Six teenth street south. Other assignment for service will depend upon the temper of the mob that congregate. Mayor Hopkins announced to-day that he had called for the troops In order to disperse the mobs, which are becoming a menace to public safety. When asked If he would act In con cert with the federal troops or Ignore them In sending out the militia, he re plied: "We know nothing about tha fed eral troops. They were brought for a purpose. They sit on top of cars. We want men who will get down upon the ground and do their duty. dec Ansa .V TUB 8VX. Train toads of Dead Hones are Festering In ChlraKO. Chicago, July 6. One of the most serious aspects of the strike Is that horses are dying at the rate of from seventy-five to one hundred a day, and there Is no way of removing them from the city. For days a tralnload of thes car casses has stood at Thirty-eighth street on the Michigan Southern tracks, con signed to the Pan Handle road, which Is to carry them to the establishment of the Union Rendering company. The carcasses are decaying in the sun and the health of the community Is seriously threatened. The same Is true in other places where carcasses are left because the city cannot remove them. Fourth of July Outing. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Falrchlld of Edward street, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kol sey of Stevens street are spending the summer at Harrows island, opposite, Mansfield's grove, and In answer to an invitation from them a Fair Haven party spent the Fourth there, enjoying every moment of the day, which was spent in fishing, boating, bathing and disposing of a grand dinner and supper. Among those who participated were Mr. Nat Fanihara and bis sister, Rob ert ina, from .Brooklyn; Mr., and Mrs. G. W. Lewis, Mrs. Charles Duraut, Miss Ida Hastings, Mr. . and Mrs. Lilia, Mrs. Baker and sou and Augustus Potter of Wooster street. The party returned home at 10 o'clock in the evening in Doolittle's stagos, declaring it the pleasantest Fourth they ever spent. Passed the Century Mark. , I Norwich.July 6.1 Mrs. Ziphah Botham of Montvile celebrated the one hun dredth anniversary of her birth to day. She was 'born in Quodie, R. I., but spent most of her life In Pomfret. Narrow Escape of a Child. Norwich, Conn, July 7. The passen gers of a west side electric car were hor rified this afternoon to see a two-year-old child rush in front of the car and disappear beneath it before the motorman could stop. The child fell upon the bed of the track and was picked . up In an unconscious condition after the. .car had passed over It. Not a bone was broken, but is was badly bruised. CO CUT SECOSV. Superior Court Criminal Side Judge Rob. lnson. The session of this court yesterday was unusually brief, adjourning for ,the day about II o'clock. Several prisoners were brought down from jail who It was expected would stand trial, but when court opened at 9:30 o'clock all changed their pleas to guilty' and reoelved their sentences. There are. now only about six cases left to be tried at the present term of the court. John J. Kellcher of this olty pleaded guilty to the charge of burglarizing the saloon of Henry Zeigler on Lafayette street last month and was sentenced to six months in jull. Frank L. Hauser pleaded .guilty, to stealing a team from Liveryman Gnl way of this city and was sent to Weth ersfleld for two years, the minimum penalty. ; . Edward H. Washington (ind Royal E. Chatfield of Oxford pleaded guilty to a chnrtre of cruellv abusing a horse ana received sentences of one year each In loll. - George W. Hayden, who broke ;ihto the f aotory of the Hamden Manufaoturi ing company last month and stole some tools, pleaded guilty and was sent to state prison for two years ana a nan. The case of George FTank, bond over tor stealing ltobert JJ. waucer s oog, An 3 ikl. mAtamtMM 4e urmiitionfa Wkun fka naSA WAR nftllmd I yesterday Attorney Penney, counsel lot Frank, made a motion to erase the case from the docket on the ground that.tb case was not a binding over one, aa the statute provided a penalty of 7 U4 cost for stealing a dog. . -' Court will open this morning at 9:80 o'olock when the trial of Sarah Weavei charged with stealing 9160 from John King, will be commenced. . ; 1 City Court Criminal Side-Judge Cable; Frederick Carman, theft, continue) until July 7; James Brady, theft, nolle Edward Budington, renting house for house of ill-fame, two doe, IS. 42 oostsj Frank Porto and Philip Bagella, theft and trespass, nolle. " - " f gKTHAXr. Mr., Doollttle, of flying maahlnt fa ma, Is on tha alek list. W. n. Kf and family are realdlng at Mis E. H. Tuttle'a. Oeorg Bteven and family have re moved to the Phllo HotchkU place. The Ladles' Guild will meet at Mrs. Horbert B. Berber's next Wednesday. Cheater Dorman has a son and Orant Wheeler a daughter, so we ar In formed. Tun tha month of rosea and wed- dlnic. passed here without any recog nition of the latter so far a w anow. wiiturd Ved haa been mlsalna for a month. Fear are entertained that he may hove met with foul play or fallen sick. .: Th.M hnndutm mnnumslltl have been erected within a few months In two of our cemeterles.the Episcopal and Carrlngton, for H. E. Lounabury, B. E. Beecher nnd H.H.Hotchkla. Rovnr.l nartlca have the renutatlon of celling liquor In town. This town vniurl nn llnna nt the October election. and people violating the law will be lia ble to arrest and proaeoutlon. Where are the prosecution agents and the spotters or detectives? MRS. IDACASLER. ne&AuTlco to Orcr'Aiiibl(!ous Women. (incut, to era iadt auniu.) Mrs. Ida Cnslcr, of 120 Olive Street, Syracuse, N.T., believes that there is no amount of money large enough to eipuul a , good, sound, healthy constitution. Hero is a his tory of her cacs: She was so ill with fulling of the womb and !eucorrba?a that she could not stand. She was attended by several doctor without benefit, and was completely discouraged. Ono evening she heard what Lydia E. PfnJtAam's Vegetable Compound had done for other women, and decided to try it, together with Mrs. Pinkham's Sanative Wash, and It is well he did, for she says: " I nm now well and strong. I am not troubled with either trouble, and all owing to Lydla E. Tinkham's Vegetable Com pound. ' 1 " If more women would use the Com pound there would be less suffering in the wnrlrl ltfnnv women hrinir on their V J C troubles by over-work. Bemember good health will outbid riches everv time." Don't monkey with Inferior Articles. Drink WILLIAMS' ROOT BEER. Bend 2-cent Ump for picture.. TOmjaks & Caklbtoh, Hnrtlbrd, Ct ! (... "Perfect ARD How to Attain It." A Wonderful New Medical Book.wrltten for Men Only. One copy may be had free on application. ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N. V. d tn th . t.r arm HlMK THINKS IN CHOOSINO DRINKS AND HIRES' Root beer WILL LINK YOUR THINKS. Deliciouslv Eshilaratinc, Spark ling, Effervescent. Wholesome as Well. ' Purifies the blood, tick les the palate. Ask vOur.Btcre- keeper for it. . Oft tBe.Gcuine. , IU DOW.. , JS- ft . ,' THE CHA& -E, HWIS CO.l MUlaftljiiiir- Of Two Evil. Office Boy Der" two fellers wants ter see you. One of 'em got a gas bill an' de udder's got a 'rigl- uai pome. . Editor Bring in the man with the gas bill. Chicago Tribune. AIT AMTIWIC&iX, K4XDKJt. ' ft Is Iar laanBVto bo Beaatltal U " TM IM7 &bow$Uw. MoIm and Begithe of A-J$ca, Uoostachta OS Women, fag or Croottd oeu, Lar MoaUl, Outsfsedlag Sn thore b no reason for pottmi ap wnh such disSjttmnratt i dayK Thy, and lqfmoj; art all cuity nawnd )yaU-lnoiriEatand filee- liaiUBIIH III II !"' !' II 1 1 II ' medaley at tna Joha H. Weed- ' kanr BwauMbwical Iosutnte, mi Wat4a'lt.l New York. Rerakr Mnfciaas there dahrg aethlcgf . elsekllttietia. TaWtijofMe Book, telling afrabost tty will be maibd, (ealas, to yoar twm for ioc in ttampCor aUrsr. vouislons, fee. D. I. WELCH & m OFFER Carload Fancy Norfolk Haw Potatoes, Only 22c a Peck. A carload of the Famous Moxte Nerve Food. TL Mt nnrv tonic known, as well a a most refreshing summer drink. The. price tbla aeaaou brings It In the reach of all. Try It. Fnuoy Blucklerrle 10 and 13e quart. Fancy Whortlelwrrle lie quart. Our Fauey Elgin Creamery !2.'l lb. Our Fancy Vermont Cheese 13o lb. Big Jumbo Watermelon 35c each. Facy large Rod! Orange 30o doz. World of Freh Vegetable. Fancy fresh Cui'iinilK'r 'la each. 100 cases Fancy Baked Beans, At only 10c large cans. Many other bargains at I). 31. WELCH & SON, 28 and SO C'ongres Avenue, Ursncli 8 Oruml Avenue. Campbell Avenue. Wet Haven. KOPS' CHEER 1 1 Pore and NonIntoxlcatIng. AM Excellent Nerve Tonic AND Aid to Digestion. Blttered with tbe Finest Hops. 16c per bottle, or ti n per dotes. GILBERT & THOMPSON. Fresh Fruits. Havana Pines 1.:!0 per dozen. XX Sugar Loafs. Watermelons. Cherry Currants. Red Raspberries. Blackberries. Try Bitter Hop Ale. Have You Ever Used "Dead Stuck" For your Bugs f Try it. AT THE OLD STAND, E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st. 973 Male Street, nrar Bdwarda. YOU will save money by trading at, tbls store. Wa nr. Million S lb. of tbe beat 50o Tea for On Dollar, also i lbs of splendid Coffee for Ode Dollar. All moos urociery, unina ana uuw ware sold cheap. THE Ccmsr Church and Ira Street, OFFER Spring Lamb Choice, B'f and Mutton. Spring Broilers, Dnoklings. Chlokens, Sqnsbs. Sweetbreads and Calf's Liver. Also Fresh Katlve Vegetables In foil variety, and a (all line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. . Branoh store at Woodmont, containing a fall line of the above good. TELEPHONE CALL 280. JOHN B. JUDSON Is now located at the old stand of C. H. Rentz, 867 Chapel! st., and will be pleased -to serve all customers Saturday morning. Jhe Blizzard Still Victorious.' Meats Still In Advance Away Cp In the Balloon. WE buv our own cattle. About 40 to-day, hut tho prices range still hijfher. We sell as cheap as any meat market. In the city. E: SCHOENBESGER & SON, 1, 8, 3 Central Market. Congress avenue. The Leading Bread Flour of the World. J. D. DEWELL & CO., Wholesale Agents, 3 Rfate St., New Haven. Ot- ' Will ouicklv ran DlDhtherla. Qutaiy. Oongh, I Colds, and Bore Throat. . All druggists sell lb 1 I Ferry Davla & Son, Providence, I I., I sole Manufacturers ana i-ropneiom - fl. I Hit Co jf - is- M If - " I " IU ii i Education. MECHANICAL DRAWING, PEIWI'W Tl V K. M ATM KM ATIOS, MWIIAilxM. an). K. It, HiKNKV, in rbureh street. Ilartrord orlice, SVI Main street. A'1'lrfav. iHlrT. lu Ni w HllVMI Oltltf . aulJly DKisSAlKU-THOOSTWYK SCHOOL OF MUSIC, ml'lianol Klnrl. Tbnronvh miiaieal wlupallon artnr the meth od of forcimwt KiimtHMn t'liinua-vntorlM. Violin. HUil't, Driran, Hina-lug. Flute. Rr. onntto, i'limet. Kronen Horn, Viola, '('nllo, Doiil.li im, Msndollii, Itnndurrla. Hiinmmy and Kiisemlile l'l.yliiif. Inatruutlon ilinrloor In claNM. Applluaiiu rocHvud dally truiu U to I and 4 to 6 p. in, ' H If 7SI CHAPEL STilBKT. EVERYTHING To Make Your Horns Beautiful and Life Happy. WHITE ENAMEL, BATH ENAMEL, VARNISH STAINS, GOLD PAINTS, HEADY. FUlt t'HE. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street, CourliT HulldlnK. New Iluven, Conn. THE FINEST LINE OF WALL PAPERS AT LOWEST PKICES. ON EXHI1IITI0N AT The Broadway Wall Paper Store. Come and examine our (roods and you will he surprlsvd at our price for beautiful com binations. E. R. JEFFCOTT. PAINTING and DECOHATINO tn all tholr several branches done well and promptly. Estimate iflvcn. E. R. JEFFCOTI. 561 Elm Street, corner of York. DtisccUaucous. STEAM CARPET CLEANING. FACTORY, 18K, 130 and 13 Water Street. Conn. Steam Carpet Cleaning Co., P. O. Dox B7S. Orders by mall will receive prompt ettontion. G. 11. BWAIN. V.W.LOWDEN. ap30 tf COMMISSION BUSINESS. We offer our service, to the public to buy and sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, etc, on com mission. Our ezperlenoe and extensive acquaintance enable us to buy and sell well. Business soltoi- ed. Respectfully, W. & B. FCOTE, apflOtf 41 STATE BTRBKT. ' TUB NtV HAVEX SAVINGS BANK. TNTEKEsT at t!io rate or lour percent, per xnmiin will he eredltod denositors for the six months ending Juno 30th, 18IH, on all sums entitled thereto not exceeding: two thousand dollars, and at the rate of three per oent. per annum on the excess of two thousand dollars', pHvaole on nnn niter juiyxa, jbu. ' i The bank will be open for business n&usiial Mondav. Jnlv 2d. snd deposits made on or be fore July 10th, IWlt. will draw interest from July 1st. HOIIERT A. BROWN, Trensuror. New Haven, June 29th, 18W. JeliO t THEODORE KEILER, UNDERTAKER, 162 ORANGE STREET, (Near Court street.) Telephone No. 857-a DUMP CARTS, Milk Wagons, Butcher Carts, Buggies, Surreys, Concords, etc., eto, HARNESS, , In Stock and Made to Order. , SIEDLEY BROS. & CO., I7l Brewery Street. ; NEW TICKET OFFICE. T5 AIL WAY and Steamship Tickets to all XV points. Staterooms and Berths secured fn advance. Baggage checked throughi Starln Line Tickets to New York. Agent for Henry Gaze & Sons' Tours; JOHN MORSE, 69 CENTER STREET, Telephone ealHOT-4. J1 1 Bright's Disease, Diabetes, ; and Other Diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and Stomach Cured. ' Information Free whlcli -will Astound and Convince the Most Skeptical. No stamp necessary for information. Addras REV. DR. L. E. HALIi,. Pastor First Baptist Churehi Hattienburg, Miss.' OR - P. O. BOX No. 709, New Orleans, La Name paper. jy58mr VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED BY - J FARNBAM.' :. -Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed, S orders left at " -.- ' BRADLEY St DANN 9. 486 State Street. ROB'T. VEITCH SON'S, 7 ChapelStreet, LINSLEY, ROOT & CQ.'S,, 83 Broadway,!,. Will receive prompt attention. ?. O. Addtesi Box 856. Telephone 42W2. . ' . ..... HEAT YOtttt MOU&f WITS THI OELXBRATXD MAHONY BOHiBB, itwm et Hot Water, Direct or Indtreet Badlatlon. ... .- ' 180 HOT AO. FUKN AtS. .. "J Dtiroi walla iptelal. Eagtneara'SvppDeK Flnl ehsawoxkgnaraataad. FMtoiy work ollol tad. Penoa aj ittantion givaa ta modernizing defeettta plntUal SHEAHA1T & QROARZ. VntMWnm AW) PLTJHBKIB, Telephoaa eaU I ' m 287 Stotelftfet.r I