NEW HAVEN MORNIXC. JOURNAL AND COURIER. THURSDAY, AUGUST. i) 1694
sVjsnlarly known tbreogbont Nw England the highest Stsndard 10 osnta Cigt
for Quality, Qniutltj nd Workmanship.
13 "ST IT. TD. CHlWE,
Direct Importer of tbt finest VnilU Alajo Havana Tobeoco and afanofaoturerof Cigars,
'orner aiataaad Wonaler afreets, New Haven, Comm.
Fur Work a Specialty.
AKE NOW READY.
French MADRAS. English OXFORDS, Scotch
CBEY10T8, English FLANNEL and WASH
BILKS. For Men's NEQLIQEE and TENNIS
SHIRTS, for Ladles' and Children's WAISTS
nd BLOUSES, or (old by the yard.
The NEW PEARL QREY. The
Famous London Tan at Si. 83.
Fowne's Gold Tan, hed Tan and
"WELBECK," the finest Glove
New "Butterny" Tien and Bows,
English Long Scarfs, and
"Don Juan" Tlea ud Four-ln-Hands.
CHASE & CO.,
Hew Haven House Bui
Sole Atcents for Noyes Bros.' (Boston) Lann
try. Band work, and satisfaction guaranteed.
or n stock of
Body Brussels and
Is One of THE TOST in tho City.
Linoleum, Oilcloth, Matting,
Art Squares, Rugs and
A LARGE VAKIETY.
All sf7.es, in soft nnd nard wood.
STAIIL & HEGEL,
8, 10, 12 Church Street.
Silk Vest Clmiiis ana Fcit.s,
Colored Eyeglasses and Spectacles, and
Testliitf of Eyes, at
WELLS & GTJNDE,
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
Full Line Sterling Silver and
Silver I'lated "Ware.
KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS.
No. 788 Chapel Street.
The best for Driveways, Cellar and Shop
. Floors, Copings, and all kinds of
Artificial Stone Work.
Estimates fumlnlifd by
C. D. ROBIISOOCO,
jnytf '4a state street. ,
loir Carjsts MiWml
The Alotks Killed, aot the Dust
WE CAN DO IT.
Of the Boost qualities cleaned without
injury. We are especially fitted
up (or this work.
DYEING and CLEANING
01 Uen'a 8nlte and Omobata, Ladle'
Of SblrU, Collar, Otitis, Underclothing.
THE FORSYTH CO.
OFFICES 878 Cliupel street,
State, Lawrence and
Telephone 854-2 tod 3.
lotus, glmaorag, gtc.
A large assortment of
hard wood Refrigerators
and other kinds, which
will be sold cheap to
Please call and ex
amine. 639 ;
S. E. DIBBLE.
rpllK standard Kefriiterator of to-ilay Is the
L EDDY. Made strictly first-class in Pine
thoroughly kfln dried, heavily painted, beau
tifully (Trained and varnished. They are su
perior to any hardwood box made.
Exumiue iliein at
300 STATE STIIKKT.
Standard Lighting; Company's New
Which we shall sell at
10 per cent. Discount.
C. P. MERRIMAN,
t.- Elm Street.
We have opened a full lino of Jewett's cele
brated hard wood Refrigerators, thoroughly
charcoal tilled, and tho best refrigerators sold
In the city.
We have but few of them loft : when thoso
aro pone there will be no more of them offer
cd, as we are going out of this branch of the
business. Wo advise all who aro in want to
inspect them before purohaslng elaowhero.
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.
In great varieties and prices 'way down. Tho
largest assortment to' be found in the city.
Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty.
THE ARNOLD CO.
BY HEAT :
In valuableforcomfbr't.convcnienceand econ
omy in Summer.
Food more perfectly cooked than by direct
beat from ooal.
Ranges, with or without water heaters, hot
plates, ovens, sad-iron heaters, etc., etc., sold,
set up and warranted by the-
New Haven Gas Light Co.,
No. ' CROWN STREET.
Plombing and Gasfitttng.
j;'H; Bucliley, 179 Church st.
i'.tji:ii.t:hiti it hi wipk
To Ills llinunt Hoarder for the Magnl
vrnt riiiuuf tVt.
Mr Joii)h Pas.iunle U' Nw ,ia"
yen Saturday In tho company mid M
the wife of (lulfenpo Sneeln. Her lws
liitml, Jiweiih rnBimilA knew of It and
wan. In fact, made happy hy It n lie re
crlved 125 nnd a promlfe of Hi in a
month from now.
The affair bicw out of the refusal
of Sueclo to pny his hoard nt the liouae
of Pnmiutile. PuhciuiiIo liven at 53"
Grand avenue, ami a short lime uiu
he took Saeclo to buurd with him.
Hneelu whh In but n week when pay
ment fur board was ilomunilcil of him.
Ha refused to pay and lHH(Ualo went
to the police about It. He wn told to
procure n warrant for Hneclo'a arrest
Sueclo, however, threutened to use the
sllllotto on all parts of rasijualc If the
hitter should attempt to have him ar
I'nsciuiile'a wife here began to Inter
pose and In 11 short time ihc convinced
Hasiiuulu Hint he wag no good. She
snlil thai Sacclo was a splendid man,
In fact, a most excellent man. Saeclo
was so fluttered by 'Mrs. l'Hfiqunle'a
description nf him that he Immediately
determined to so away and take her
Mrs. Pnsquale agreed and the bar-
CHln was made with Paaiiuale. It was
that he should give up Mrs. Pasriunle
to Saeclo and receive for bis sacrifice
the sum of 50. Twenty-five dollars
were paid to him on the spot and the
remainder promised as stated. Mrs.
I'nsipiale supplied the money from a
pile she had saved out of her household
allownnecs. There were no children to
mar proceedings and everything went
The most astonishing part of it Is
that Pasqunlo Is sure no Improper rela
tions existed between his wife and
Saeclo until the "sale."
Pnsquale still keeps house on Grand
avenue for himself, although he says
he will go to board soon. He works
every day and as there Is no one de
pendent upon him he is not sorrowing
MORTGAGES .V COXXECTrCVT.
Statistics for Ten Years Show No Material
Change In Tills Ktate.
The statistics In detail of the mort
gages made year by year for the last
ten years in this state of the Union
have just been compiled by the census
bureau for distribution. The figures
for Connecticut show a pretty uniform
list of farm mortgages, with no mater
ial increase during the ten-year period.
The case Is different with mortgages on
lots, which were more than double in
number and amount In 1889 what they
were in 18S0.
This Increase on lots,' rather than on
acres, is regarded by many students, of
the subject as bearing out the theory
that mortgages are quite as fpuch an
evidence of prosperity as of .debt,, indi
cating in one part of Goiiriocticut a
marked appreciation in the value of
lots capable of being mortgaged and in
the capital available for such loans.
The amount of the mortgages in
force on acres in Connecticut 011 Janu
ary 1, 1890, is given as $13,176,736, and
the number of mortgages as 12,211,
while the amount' of mortgages on lots
is $66,744,335, and the number of ' mort
gages 45,685. The number of acres
mortgaged is 440,360 and of lots 40,416.
The average life of mortgages on acres
In Connecticut is 5.355 years and of
mortgages on lots 6.19 years. The per
centage of partial payments made is
12.9 per cent, on acres and 10.68 per
cent on lots. The average unpaid
amount of each mortgage upon acres
is $1,070 and on Jots $1,461. The per
capita of existing debt is $107.. .
tt-ATExroieb's wrto .v ia-.
Eludes nil Pursners, Entering Almost Im
Wateiford, Aug. 8. The residents of
Waterford are all stirred up over the
presence of a man In that section who
is supposed to be Captain Knoch How
ard of Niantlc, who has been missing
for some time.
It is reported that the man is un
doubtedly the missing Howard, al
though no one who knows hlms has
happened to get close enough to him to
identify him to a certainty. The man
is evidently demented, and the fact
that he, Is running about at large is
frightening the whole county. The
wanderer has always appeared peacea
ble enough, and in fact has always fled
when approached, but there is no tel
ling when his conduct towards people
may become different.
The man has been seen a number of
times within the last three weeks. Ev
ery description of him that has been
given answers that of the missing cap
tain. He is very much emaciatM as
would be natural after a life In the'
woods. He Is barefooted and his trous
ers are worn a groat deal around the
bottom of the legs. Sometimes he
wears an old straw hat that has no
crown, and at other times he has on
the hat that he wore when he left home.
This was of felt. :'
He is remarkably - fleet oh foot, so
much so that no one has as yet been
able to overtake h!ni. He -crouches
when running. It was announced that
Friday a searching party would be or
ganized to run the man down, but only
seven responded to "the call, and al
though considerable . country . was
scoured it was without success. The
man was1 Seen by the searchers, how
ever. ' ; '
He' was reported at Flanders Tri the
morning. He ' must have coine' east
quite rapidly,, lor he Ta.n.raIrhost" Into
the party of searchers nd tlieygnye
chase. The. pursuit was from'the'rnaln
road that leads front Jordan' to" .Flan
ders north, t'o beyond the fair ground.
The man finally ran into a.' tfbt Cov
ered with dense bushes aiid1' Alaa-P"
peared " and no further tracA- .pt , him
could be had. The bushes', w.re of Jtbe
thorny varieties and almost impenetra
Dean's Staenmarte Villa Vabsoliitely ;. core;
labl.. 4afev- . .:-." ' n i' l-.t.-Jis-JT.
toiititn iiamth fie.tr man.
Preparations for the Week of Work and
flay at Mantle.
The adjutant generara office haa been
a busy placa of lata completing the laat
detail for Camp Bradley. Thla work
ia now about flniahed. At Niantlc pre
purailuna are nearly fiiilhed. The
tents are erected, the dining hall are
renovated and telephones constructed.
It la bflleved the First regiment will
tuko to cunip MO men und the buys ex
pect to render a 'good account of them
selves. The algnul corps expect to
have an Interesting time In practising
with the heliograph. The signal men
will also be regarded us mounted men
this year, and will wear cavalry gaunt
lets Instead of whit gloves.
On Saturday the boys of the favorite
regiment will march away for the week
of work and play In camp. As the time
draws near each aolrtlerly heart beata
high with anticipation and each brain
Is busy with planning tor the week.
Uniforms and equipments are carefully
put In order and the mysteries of over
coat rolling, etc., arc disclosed to tho
"green" men. , .
The men meet In their various com
pany rooms every evening and get their
heads together in earnest consultation.
Just now a great deal of time Is con
sumed In selecting tent mates. Of
course a man wants congenial com
pany at camp. In the natural order of
things It occurs that the quiet men
usually tent together nnd the wild spir
its do the same.
Camp Bradley will look the same as
the previous camps looked. There has
been no change in the arrangements of
the camp from those of Camp Morris
last year. The Btory that they have
built a high board fence around the en
tire camp ground Is false, and Its only
foundation Is in'the fact that a six-foot
high fence has been built around the
newly acquired land to the west. The
Idea of building a mile of high board
fence had never occurred to me, until
I was credited with having built the
fence by certain newspapers. The san
itary conditions of the camp will be as
satisfactory, and perhaps more satis
factory than In formen ears.
The First regiment Hartford will
go to camp in splendid condition, and
will, without any doubt, give an excel
lent account of .itself. The maximum
strength of the regiment is 732 men, as
Ton companies of 68 men each, 680.
Field and staff, 22.
Hospital corps, 6
Special excursion trains will be run
on August 17, 1894, Governor's day, to
East Lyme (Niantlc) and return. Leav
ing' New Haven at 7:10 and 10:30 a. m.
Returning, leave East Iyme at 5:40 and
9:00 p. m.
Companies "I," "B" And "The Band."
The twenty-fifth annual reunion of
Companies I, Bj, and the band, of the
First Connecticut peavy artllle will
be held at Pleasure,. Beach Wednesday,
August 22, 1894. Tlie Circular issued to
members says: "It is important that
the executive committee may know, how
many will be present, in order that the
arrangements for, dinner can be com
plete and satisfactory. I enclose postal
card addressed taCornrade Frank. Mil
ler fdr your reply to this invitation.
Please send this postal card to'Comrade
Miller on or before August 15, and state
whether you are to be with us, and
how many members of your family
you will bring with you, In order that
definite arrangements tan be made in
"Pleasepptiy any comrade, living
near you, .or that you. meet, of the
time and place of this reunion. This
notice will be mailed to every member
whose address we have or can obtain,
but there are some whose addresses
we have not been able to learn. We
want every comrade to attend. If
"This is to be a genuine old-fashioned
Rhode Island clam-bake. A first
class time is guaranteed by Frank
Miller. Come or you will miss a splendid
"Those who were with us at Pleasure
Beach last year will remember what
a very enjoyable occasion our reunion
of 1893 was.
'Any member of the First Connecti
cut artillery (whether he belonged to
above-named companies or not) will be
cordially welcomed at this reunion."
Battery A are preparing for camp
George Hull is organizing a parly to
go to Block" Island to-day.
The Ulterior of the Totoket house has
been repainted by Charles Dingle and
the improvement is apparent to all.
The lock works were obliged to fhvit
down Monday owing to a bad leak in
the boiler which was discovered shortly
after 7 o'clock.
The Pleasure Seekers of the M. I. L.
company have been obliged tdynlter the
Alas I Time Has Destroyed; lUuBiadt. ;
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Unlike Ponce de Leon we do ;
not search for the Fountain of
Perpetual Youtli, The explorer
of to-day is the business . njan.
He, seeks success. , Jhe bekt aid
ito.' it is health, At all season's does
. Johann HofTs Matt Extract ,
telp" Jo give it help to keep! it
. At no time, is it more useful
than, in these, mouths of, 4ebili
tating heat, Look for signature
of M- johann Hoff " on net label
flnjoot-blmpiied ttppn wjth
Ejl Sole i
date of their social und will hold It
Thursday night nt Paw win park, Fri
day uiRht a moonlight rxenrtion from
New liaveu will lie at the park.
(leorso W. firMcb, the mayo man, hits
had a very sick horse for the past
week but the animal hit now nearly re
covered. Wullor Nichols and family of New
Haven, luivo urrlved In town, und will
renin 11 lime llm balance of the summer.
Are any of the new-fangled
washing compounds as good
as the old fashioned soap f
Dobbins' Electric Soap has
been sold every day since 1869
and is to-day exactly the same
in quality as then. It never
varies, and is always the best.
Do your clothes last as they
used to ? If not. then you are
not using Dobbins' Electric.
That is sure. And if not,
wouldn't it pay you to use it
and save clothes? You are
the iudge. After it has been
used and praised by a whole
generation of women, it surely
is not a new-fangled humbug
that it would be risky to try.
Nor is it an
I MIT A of anything elae. Itataadi
'li' ' " on It own meriti, nnap
I I O N proaobed and neapproaob
able as to parity, quality
and economy. Be mre and gf the genu
ine, Dobbin.' Electrle Soap. Dor nam on
very wrapper, xoar grocer Has it or
will get H.
DOBBINS' SOAP MFG. CO.,
Successors to I. L. Origin 4 Co.,
FRENCH melons, Cunteloupes, Little Goms,
.lAnnv T.lnri. Nlnp-tanths nf nil the
Melons sold are worthless we have the other
tenth. Other fruits of course, a great variety.
Judson's New Fruit Store,
867 Chapel Street,
D. I. WELCH & SOI
500 Fine Cutting Ripe Watermelons,
. Your Choice 25c each.
Fine cooking Sweet Potatoes 40o pck.
60 boxes bright Lemons, 12c dozen.
The finest Elgin Creamery Butter
Only 25c lb.
Fine X. Y. State Creamery 20c lb.
Fancy Full Cream Cheese 13o lb.
50 bchs ripe Yellow Bananas, 15 and
Finest Native Huckleberries, 2 qts 25o
For a pleasant, healthful drink, try
Rex Lemonade, only ,5c pekg.
Just, received,,.-100,. cases Moxie, the
most beneficial of all summer drinks.
Now is tne time to use Frank Par
sons' goods Sure Death to Waterbugs,
Good-bye to Bedbugs and Ants, Fatal
Food for Rats and Mice, Buffalo Death
for Carpet Bugs and Moths. The above
goods sold with a guarantee.
D.M. WELCH & SON,
28 and 30 Congress Avenue,
Branch 8 Grand Avenue.
173 Campbell Avenue, West Haven.
Bargain Day To-Day.
FINE BEBK Round steak 10(S12c. Lolnl4
. lfte, Porterhouse laie, Rack 7Hc.
Turkeys and Fowls 10c lb; Broilers, extra,
lc. Rams and Shoulders 'way below cost.
To-day 8U0 Spireribs, 10c lb.
uome eariv ann secure ni sc oarg-:nns ai.
E. SCHOENBEKGEK Se SON'S,
1, 3, 3 Central Market, Congress Avenue.
Fancy large Georgia Melons, 20 to 80c.
New Sweet Potatoes;
Native Huckleberries, fresh daily.
California Bartlett Pears.
Try Roast Chicken, in cans,
AT THE OLD STAND,
E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st.
join NEW 1
Worthy of an Introduction.
In cans containing one small pig ham,
weighing IX lbs each.
GILBERT & THOaPSON.
Thti Leading Bread Flour of the
" . "' v Wholesale Agents,
239 State Street, New Haven.
Birden's East RocM Tea Store
". rsTffState street,' near Edwards.
The Beat Quality of Tea and Coffee ia
-. ;' uur Specialty.
New customers pinrm, thiHr rinllvht wlt.h
tho uOaHty Of our roods and are irlad to And a
tea-etoFe-ebejr eaa have confidence in. Wo
humbly lnvtte.yeu. to oomeand see. . .
1M imi I.L. H-l JLJ
PKKSI'KfTIVE W ATIIKMATICB,
t. U, IIONRV, I7rhurli street.
Hartford office, Udll.-minln Uuild'g. Afl.irou
lettera to Mew Haven iirtme. aulaly
T)OTH Henna. Nine Courses, HneoiallsM In
I) Classics. Art ami Muli. l.nlurauU n.
duwment insure superior alvanta-ost mint.
eraUi rii. n. TMtt year, tipnns twlit. IS, IMM,
ForoaialoirueadiirMia llv. (I'm. U. Nawaaki,
I'rln., Wllbrahaiii. Mass. jy9eitt
SCHOOL OF MUSIC,
'JCt Chapel strew, Now lliiven. Conn Mod
l"' elwl after the foremost European
Conservatories. All aradw of iiiiisliaJ tu
dmts, from bevlnnnrs upwards to the most
aflveiioed, raceive an exui-llent and sysimii
alio hiKirortlon in ull bmnwaor via-al ami
Instrumental music. Eiiiliirni artists of both
European and American fame are union thn
tiirnlty. Applkanta ni'i lvoj durlnu Auitii.t
from 10 a. in. to 1 p. m. Monday and Thurwiay.
faints, (Otis, tc.
To Make Your Home Beautiful and
UF.ADV l'Ort USE. 4
THOMPSON & BELDEN.
396-398 State Street,
Courier Building, New Haven, Conn.
THE FINEST LINE
AT LOWEST PRICES, ON EXHIBITION AT
The Broadway Wall Paper Store.
Cnmo nnd ezamlnn our roods and voti will
be surprised at our prices for boiutif ul com
binations. E. R. JEFFCOTT.
PAINTING and DECORATING in all their
several branches done well and promptly.
Estimates given. K. R. JEFFCOTT.
561 Elm Street, corner of York.
aluminium Fibre Insoles
Magnetic and Electric
Produces a Constant Current of Elec
tricity, Making the Feet Cool
and Painless. Walking
Thla device is worn as an insole, beinr -ery
light (weighing only one ounce per pair). It.
is also very thin ana can be worn in anv shoe.
These Insoles will regulate the circulation' of
the blood, and arc an absoluto cure for rheu
Seiit C. O. D. or by Mail on receipt of &
Send size of shoes. fp 1
SHOOK & SEAMAN,
OFFICE AND SALESROOM,
239 Broadway, cor. Park Place,
auOHtt NEW YORK,
Dole ii Siile Ms
Milk Wagons, Butcher Carts,
Buggies, Surreys, Concords, etc., etc.
In "Stock and Made to Order.
SIEDLEY BROS. & CO.,
171 Brewery Street.
VAULTS and CESSPOOLS
NEATLY CLEANED BY
Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed. 1
orders left at
BKADLEY & DANN'S. 400 State Street,
ROfl'T. VEITCH SON'S, 974 Chapel Street,
LINSLEY, ROOT & CO.'S, 33 Broadway.
Will receive prompt attention. P. 0. Address
Box 865. Telephone 435-13.
Carpet Cleaning Works.
WILLIAM F. KNAPP & CO..
106 Court St., New Haven, Ct.
Work done at short notloe. mh38 tt
WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN,
Solicitor of U. S. and Foreign Patents
Counsel in Patent Causes.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.,
TO Church Street, Rooms 3 and .
(Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.)
317 Main Street.
(Thursday, Friday and Saturday.)
Eight years' experience as Examiner in U.S.
Patent Office. References to New Eiig-land
162 ORANGE STREET,
(Near Court street.) Telephone No. 857-3,
A FRIEND IN NEED.
Prepared from the recipe ot Dr. Stephen
Sweet of Connecticut, the great Natural Bone
Setter. Has been used for more than 50 years
jnd la the beet known remedy for Rheuma-
tism. Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Buras, Cuts,
Wounds and nil external injuries.
C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor, ;
' Sole Agent.
Railway and Steamship Tickets.
Tickets to Europe $10 and upwards.
TICKETS to Chautauqua, from New York
and return, $1(1. Agents for Henry Hue
A Bona, European and American- Tourists.
Steamship and Railway Tickets to all pointa.
Steamboat tlcketeto' New York. Staterooms
and berths eeoured in advance. Baraa-e
called for- aad checked throuirb. Accident
Insurance; -' - ; ' ' JOHN MORSE.
. . .. ' ',' ' B Center street. J
-'eiepaon cau vji-. i JJiatl
, IOC A I HKCHKT MH'IKTIKH.
Infonnatlnn as to Time and riara of Meat.
Following la, a directory of Informal
tlon concernlns lodge and society meet
CdKne'ctlrut R'K-k, Htnsonlc hail.
Church atrrct, awond aiidTitrth Mon
day, ar7;30 p. m. W. M., Henry Frena
niua; secretary, C. J. Wanner,
Franklin chapter, Maaonlc hall, first
and third Tuesday, nt 7;$0. M. K. H. I
Charlea B. Hall; aecretary, Atherlcn U
Harmony council. Maaonlc lialK.
Church siroct. third Mondaya at 7:30 pt
m. T. I. M David n, AIIIiik.
New Haven commandery, Musonlo
hall. Church atreet, third Krldaya at
7:S0 p. m. K. C. Ellaha L. Cobb;
recorder.' Francis O. Anthony.
iNDEi'Kxnr.xT napBB or odd rrLuwa.
Mectlnaji held in I. O. O. F. hall,
Qulnnlplac, No. 1, Mondays at I p. m.
Recordlng secretary, R, H. Johnaon.
Harmony, No. S, Tuesdays at 8 p. m.
Recording secretary, Oeorga N. Moses. ,
Montoweaa, No. 15. Maaonlc Temple,
Mondays at 8 p. m. Secretary, R. A.
City, No. 36, 'Wednesdays at 8 p. nu
Kecretay, J. W. Hammond.
Croswell, No. 39, Mondaya at 8 p. m.'
Secretnry, A. H. Down.
Ocrmanla,' No. 78 (German), Thurs
days at 8 p. m. Recording secretary, O.
Relief, No. 86. Mondays at 8 p. m. Sec
retary, Rollln J. Bunce.
Humboldt, No. Ill (German),Turn hall.
Tuesdays at 8 p. m. Secretary.Adolph
Meeting In I. O. O. F. hall. Crown
Saasacus, No. 1, second and fourth
Fridays at 8 p. m. Scribe, J. S. Hunger
ford. Golden Rule, No. 24, first and third
Tuesdays at 8 p. m. Scribe, G. N.
Aurora, No. 27 (German), first and
third Fridays at 8 p. m. Scribe, Wil
Canton Golden Rule, No. 9, Armory,
Exchange building, second Thursday at
8 p. m. Clerk, Henry S. Cooper.
Canton Aurora, No. 12, Harugari
hall, second Friday at 8 p. m. Clerk,
Kstonrs op honor.
Roger Sherman, No. 323, I. O. O. F.
hall, first and third Thursdays at 8 p.
m. Reporter, W. S. Ball.
Mercantile, No. 1352, I. O. O. F. hall,
first and third Tuesday at 8 p. ra. Re
porter, Nathan H. Tuttle.
.. Steuben... No. 3053, Turn Jiall, second
and fourth Thursdays at 8 p. m. Re
porter, William F. Sternberg.
KXIOIITS Or PYTHIAS.
Rathbone. No. 1, Pythian . hall.
Courier building, Wednesdays, K. of R.
and S., Erwin Barnes.
Sheffield, No. 2, blue room, Masonic
Temple, Tuesdays, K. of R. and S. S.i
lSzel, No. 3, I. O. O. F. building, Tues
days at 8 p. m. K. of R. and S. Fred
W. Dawless. "
-American'. "NO. 52, blue room, Masonic
Temple, Fridays at 8 p. m. K. of R.
and S., W. H. Larkins.
Comstock, Uniform Rank, Aurora
hall, second Wednesday, 8 p. m. K. of
R. and S., Gustave Reinwald.
O. U. A. M.
Pioneer, Jo. 1, 793 Chapel street
Thursdays at 8 p. m. Recording secre
tary,' ft. S. "Crittenden. ,
Washington, No. 7, Pythian hall,
"Courier", building', Mondays at 8 p. m.
Recording secretary Thomas C. Has
tings. Garfield, No 14, 793 ..Chapel street,
Wednesdays at 8 p. m. Recording see.T
retary, A. F. Zoller. ... ' ,
Unity commandry, No 9, 793 Chapel
street, Tuesdays at 8 p. m. Clerk, E. P.
... a. o. n. wv
Momauguln, No. 1, "Courier" build
ing, second and fourth Wednesdays at
8 p. m. Recorder, Charles F. Curtiss.
Israel Putnam, No 31, Golden Rule
hall,-second and fourth Fridays, 8 p. m.
Recorder, Edward E. Mix.
Phoenix, No 43, room 13, Insurance
building, first and third Mondays, 8' pi
m. Recorder, Henry E. Marsh. .. i
Pyramid, No. 45, Pyramid hall, Wed
nesday at 8 p. m. Recorder, George A.
Sanford.. -. . v '
Sterling, No 46, Blue room, Masonle
temple, second and fourth Wednesdays,
8 p. m. Recorder, Robert Shearer. s
NEW ENGLAND ORDER OF PROTBCTrOli;
Beacon, No 69, "Courier" building.
second and fourth Mondays, 8 p, m.
Secretary, George Wallace. ; ,
Centennial, No. 92, "Courier" build.
ing, second and fourth Fridays, 3 ra.
Secretary, Alma Pagels. " ' "
Charter Oak, No. 188, "Courier" bUildi
ing, first and third Wednesdays, 8 p. ra.
Secretary, William R. Moore. ' ' '
Winchester, No. 208, I. O. o: F. hall,
first and third Mondays, 8 p. nj. Secre
tatry, Herbert F. Beebe. '" ' '?:
BEECHER and BENNETT,
Funeral DIrectars and . , t
Embalmers, ; ,
No. 280 Elm St.,
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Telephone No. 576-3. -:': jyaesn,
Don't Pay Money for Water : ;
A Solid Extract of B ;f Is more Econom
ical than a liquid, because oonoentrated,
and housekeepers will . find it niuoh -cheaper
to ' , i
- BUY . .rrsjr.s:-.
Extract of Beef,
A solid, conosntrated extract, free x roa
fat and trelatine or any forlign tub-'
stance, and dissolve it themselves. '-.
The genuine has
this signature on
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Tffstrlbutingr airents for Conn.: Taluoo.
Friable it Co., Hartford. ' . au SAWlm
i a ri!tnM -p.it
' 'Manufacturers'Of ' ,.- ; r
"IDEAL STONE "';
rpHCbert Artificial Stone In the market far
t-'-stdXralks, dnvewsys, mill, shop and Mm
flnnra. cellar Bottoms, aurhf a, oonlnarjiafcek- .
an oraera prooipuy uecuHg ana bstiii
tlon guaranteed. ...
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