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NEW FIA VEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER FRIDAY, AUGUST 10 1894
THE GENUINE PepoUxI kaoara throogbont Nw England m tb highest Standard 10 Wat OlgM (or Quality, Quantity and Workmanship. BY 37. 33. aHAXTlD, IMtmI Importer of the finest YoltAbeJo IlavaasTobsooo tad Maaataotam of Clean, r.rBrmtUii4 Wowur Ntraels, w Havr, r.aa. H T I Jkllal iMfcaaaaaiaMoaaBaaawaaia IT- fur Vork a Specialty. TAILOR IABE. From French Madras, English Ozforda Scotch rheviota, English Flannels and Wash (Silks, S3.5 to 814 00, or goods sold by the NEW MIDSUMMER NECKWEAR. RUSSIAN HEMP, A-NOVELTY Perfectly washable, and aold only by us. Butterfly Ties at 35 cents each, To clean up the lot ; were 75c, CHASE & CO., New Haven House Building. Sola agent for No yes Bros.' (Boston) Laun dry Hand-work, and satisfaction guaranteed. ffttnxtttm, tc. f-T ' " ... . m Carpets. Carpets. OUH STOCK OF Moquettes, Velvets, Body Brussels and Ingrain Carpets Js One of THE BEST to the City. Linoleum, Oilcloth, Matting, Art Squares, Rugs and Shades. BABY CARRIAGES, A LARGE VARIETY. Refrigerators, All sixes. In soft and nard wood, LOWEST PRICES. I5TAHL & HEGEL, 8, 10, 12 Church Street. jewelers. THREE SPECIALTIES 1 Bilk Test Chains and Fobs, Holored Eyeglasses and Spectacle, and Testing of Eyes, at WELLS & GTJNDE, Watchmakers-and. Jwlera, JfvU Line Sterling Surer and SilTer Plated Ware. flu's ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS. No. 788 Chapel Street, ffcextllKuwras. She beat for Driveways. Callar and Shop Floors, Copings, and all kinds of Artificial Stone Work. mssm Qpp. Foartoflloo. t 1 1 1 1 an i"iiuj 1 .j mm n . Carloieik. Estimates furnished by The Manufacturers, 0. D. EOBDfSOI & CO ARE STAMPED Mt!P 4 .' DO YOU WANT Ti The Motbi Killed, and the Dust Removed ? WE CAN DO IT. LACE CURTAINS Of tb fino. qnallttaa cleaned without Injury. Wa ara eapeelally fitted up for tola work. DYEINO and CLEANING Of Maa'i Suite and Overcoats, UdW Drmea, ato, LAUNDERING Of BbirU, Collari, Cuffs, Underclothing. THE FORSYTH CO. OmoKS-878 Chapel street, 645 -88 Broadway, State, liawrence and Mechanic rtreete. Telephone 84-2 and 8. Mtrtn 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. REFRIGERATORS. THE standard Refrigerator of to-day is the EDDY. Made strictly first-class in Pine thoroughly kiln dried, heavily painted, beau tifully grained and Tarnished. They are su perior to any hardwood box made. Examine them at 300 STATE STREET. SILAS G-ALPIN. WE HAVE A PEW Standard Lighting Company's New Process GASOLENE STOVES, Which we shall sell at 10 per cent. Discount. C. P. MERRIMAN, 154 Elm Street. OPES EVENINGS. We hare opened a full Mne of Jewetfs oele- brated hardwood Refrigerators, thoroughly charcoal Ailed, and the best refrigerators sold lntheoKy. AT COST. Wo hare but few of them left : when thane are gone there will be no more of them offer ed, as we are going out of this branoh of the business. We advise all who are in want to Inspect them before purchasing elsewhere. That New Range We hare said so muoh about prove to be the favorite. All who have 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 prioes "way down. The jargon uwruawi to oe nrana in US olty. Sanitary Plumbing s THE ARNOLD GO. COOKING BY HEAT v FROM GAS 1 Invaluable for oomfori-oonrenlanoe and soon. . omy In Bummer. Food wot perfiwUy cooked than by dlreot heat from ooal. ' Baagat, with or without water heaters, hot plate, ovens, sad-iron boaters, etc eta., sold, mm Plumbing and Gasfitting. J. H. Buckley, 119 Church jit xtetrcovsrr wohkhopmk. rrtaanars Have a riaawat Plaeat- War Out Their Sml.neas. Tha new workhouse of the Bridgeport county Jail, I pronounced by the Bridgeport Union lo b one ot the An at In the state. "It Is airy and wall lighted, being exposed on all side. Tit workhouse Is In the shape of a two etory brick addition, attached at the north jail by one corner. The upper tory la loo40 fueL This la uaed for tha workshop. The lower itory which Is of the aame dimensions, will be used at a etore room and shipping room. Tha roods to ba shipped will be first put Into the room from the storehouse and tha first door locked. The second door will then be opened and tha goods loaded. The possible escape of prison era by this route Is thoroughly guard ed against. Tha plumbing and ventilation of the workhouse arc ezoellent. Under other circumstances It would be at pleasant a place in which to perform a day's labor as oould be found In tha olty. Already prisoners who ara not at all fond of work have Informed Jailor Tlbbals that they would rather spend four months In the workshop than two montha In one of the cells, even If In the latter case they had nothing to do but rest. Mr. Bates, contractor Clark's fore man, has also noted that the prisoners ara working much more as If they liked to work than they did in the old work shop. Tha old workshop Is being torn out and will be fitted with forty-two cells additional to the present capacity of the jail. It Is expected that the work will be completed In a few days. The jail will then be In shape to receive as many prisoners as it Is likely to have at one time." The New Mllford Fair. The sixteenth annual fair of the New Mllford Agricultural association will be held at New Mllford September 11, 12 and 13. On the first day there will be the usual exhibition of cattle, sheep and swine, also trotting for four-year-olds and under, premium $50, and a peg race. On the second day, horses and colts will be exhibited, and the races will be: Trotting:, 3:10 class, premium S50; 2:45 class, premium $100; running and peg races. Thursday the trotting will be: 8:00 class, premium, 175; pacing and trot ting, free for all, premium $100;; run ning and peg races. Music by the New Mllford Military band Is announced for each day. The railways will give excursion rates. Many Whale Off the Coast. Incoming vessels report a great num ber of whales oft the coast this sum mer. Captain Smith-- arrived at Provi dence, says' that never before In his experience has he seen sd man as dur ing his run from Philadlphla to Provi dence. One of the whales was of enor mous size. From its appearand as It sported lazily in the long ocean swells, It was at least 200 feet in length. This great mamma) was sighted feet, ween Montauk and Shlhnecock. -; . ,-,.- !, i-iin r New York Veteran. The annual reunion of the On,e Hun dred and Eighth New York, with which the Fourteenth Connecticut was' bri gaded during the war, wHUraTe KS re union at the New Yojrk, state hatchery near Caledonia, Monday, August 20. The members of the Fourteenth In this state have been invited to participate In the festivities. George H. Wash burn of Rochester, N. Y., the historian of the One Hundred and Eighth regi ment, is secretary of the association. The members of the committee, who are known by Connecticut veterans, are Silas J. Robins, Peter Anger, Wil liam Wllllngham, Robert Gundry and Daniel Schont COVXT RECORD. City Ooni-6-Orlmlnal Side-Judge Cable. Thomas S. Caseidy, theft from Hy- man Veinstein, sent back to reform school; John Kommer, George Swensen, Herman Boehr, Ernest Vallandt and Henry Martin, oonapiraoy against Fred erick Oalser, continued to August 18; j) rauic r. uiougn, violation 01 lioense law, bond of $100 oalled; Daniel Mo- Kamara, non-support of wife, contin ued to August 14; Dennis Grady, broaoh of peace against Eleanor Cur- tin, judgment suspended; same, drunk, 15 days in jail, $5.42 costs. Court Notes. ' Charles Westland and wife of 176 Franklin street have brought a suit for slander against Thomas. J. Johnson ot 265 James street claiming $1,000 dam ages. The suit is returnable to the next term of the oommon plea oourt. In the olty oourt yesterday the 0011 spiracy oases against JpkrU. .Kommer, George Swensen, Herman- Boehr, Ern est Vallandt and Henry Marb aroused, of boycotting Baker ' FidlQk- Oilier, of Dixwell avenue, was continued until August 18. They will be- defended by Attorneys W. B. ,' (idftlft : Wd J. J. Olerkin. '..'f 1 v'jWIi.": Attorney W. .A:. Wright trustee on the Insolvent estate rtSef Wor oantUeagenoy, rhas brbugnt sfagalost B. Henry Barnes nd W;.re. Bniitti of this city, stockholders of, theoonoern, for)2,080 eaob. uotir or tna aerena ants were subscribers to trie stook ot tne affeiZOy Ul VUV luni W fOliVin onuu. But neither of the gentlemen? kad patfl their fall sabscriptlon, and 'hsj suB now brought are to recover tha amount of the unpaid subsorlptlon'sls; an asset of the agency.' The llabtlraes of the ooneetxt amount to sibbttt -fltf(l0p, ; If .-it. - annnM.fi! .b 'eranitors of the ageuey will be pakt -lrf tuir, tvtt It theT are not sucoestf ul tbrrwlll 6elve nothing. The suits ara brought through DoolltUe ft. Bennett, while the demd anta Kave seoured Ailing. ' Webb Morehotise to defend. ' '.. , s . .- :," '-. J. Kelly o;. grocera at 802 Dai- eopioTttirDe filed 'ft Voluntary as-, slgnment hi the probate 'orVywer day. Attorney 0. E. Hoadleytt named aatraataa. wd t he hearing on his ap pointment will take place next, Tbura- MAmrnf jr ami it mmvmo. Maa rraaasjt tut 'bitty Om "" Fatally Name. Tha annual reunion, clambake and baskat plcnlo ot the Marvin faintly was bald Thursday at Congamond lakes. Thera war about seventy present at tha gathering and the time was most an- joyably passed. It it a singular fact that tha only representative of tha family by tha nam of Marvin wae Wil liam B. Marvin of North Oranby, Conn., who waa present with his wife, two children and their families. After a bountiful rtpast served in tha grove, letters were read from Mr. Aimlra Hayes of Kansas City, Mo., Mrs. A. C. Denlson of Deep River, Conn., and Mrs. W. BV Oillelt of Cleveland. O., Senator Charles Coffey of Oranby, Conn., filled tha doiIUoii of toaatmaster In a felicitous manner and brief toasts were given by Rev. D. Moses of Oranby, Conn,, and B. D. Dickinson of Oran vlUe. Among those present were Coun ty Commissioner E. W. Dawty and mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Stults, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Greene, E. N. Cushman and family, J. W. Cotton and family, and Rev. D. Moses and family of Granby, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Olbbona, Mr. James Cooley, Mrs. Heirs and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Dickin son and Mrs. Murrow and children of Granville, W. p. Orlltln and family and W. 8. Olllatt of Southwlck, O. W. Kellogg bf Suffleld and Mrs. Dusne Rising and children of Westfleld. rax mux to xehfort. New York Taeht Club Off on Their Third Day's Hun to Newport. ; New London, Aug. 9. The cruising fleet of tha New York Yacht club got away early IliU morning on their way to tha starting point off Sarab'a Ledge. There waa a good breeze from tha south WBBti There 'was much interest In to-day's race between .the old cup defender Volunteer and the Herreshoff built Nav ahoe. - There was some dissatisfaction among the classification of the yachts In the fleet, particularly in the Elsie Marie's case. They maintained that she ought to go up a class. The starting gun was fired at 9:20 o'clock and the fleet got away In this order: Queen Mab, Ilderim. Jessica, Eclipse, Wasp, Eleanor, Katrina, Awa, Minerva, Gossoon, Glorlana, Shamrock, Ariel, Marguerite, Elsie Marie, Dogmar, lxyai, Mayflower. Govalla, Palmer. Constellation, Whilaway, Merlin, Nea- Bnvyioir or be a rim. Two Companies of the Band Issue Invite- to Other Companies. Secretary John C. Taylor of Hartford has issued tha call for the twenty-fifth annual reunlojn of companies I, B and the band of the.. First Connecticut Heavy artillery at Pleasure beach, near Bridgeport; August 22, comrades and their families. The beach Is reach ed from Bridgeport by steamer Lenoir opposite the railroad depot. Thera la to be a genuine, old fashioned Rhode Island clambake, A flfst clans time Is guaranteed. Any member of the First Connecticut artillery, whether he be longed to the above named companies or not, will be cordially welcomed. In 1862 the Fourth regiment became the First .Connecticut Heavy artillery, and under Colonel Robert O. Tyler It was considered ; one of the best regi ments in that arm of the service. A large numebr of men were enlisted for It, a good share from this city. The work of this battery at the three weeks' siege of Yorktown elicited the admiration of the government officials. Its service in the peninsula was so great that the names "Siege of York town, Hanover Court House, Chlokaho- mlny, Gaines' Mills and Malvern" ware ordered by the general commanding to be emblazoned on its colors. Cholera Infantum and Children's Stomach Troubles Physicians by the thousand recommend DBOVHJaTIKria. Space will not permit the publica tion of one per cent, of the names of eminent physicians who consider BOVININE indispensable in treating all such cases. Here are only a few put 6f many, just to show what a great food .BOVININE is:- L. B. SwornuUdl, M. D. Wuhlnlon, D. C, R. C. Oowall, Banton. .. WiimlBiton, Dl Waterloo, la Pitubsri, Pa. J.W.B.11, I.E. White, . W. Coolldgo, N T. W. HerUrt, M W. J. Martini n S.D.Dewey, W. S. Morriaoa. Terooto, van. ocraiKODf WaaUagtoa, t. C Pltubers, Pa. Kichmoad, Va. St. John, N. B Indlanapslir, lad S. n. Moon, W.W.Jaawa, PUladelpUa, Pa. These and twenty-five thousand others have taken the trouble to write us stating how they depend upon BOVININE in all children's illness. t 5oM sy an Irsfgltts. THK BOVDJINBCOh MWrORK, A. P. Bow Co., Ut Pearl street, Boston. New Borland agents. CALIFORNIA. MtwtrmofMllvwtHlselM nallytoaduM WMtSrl EyeillfitlONS. svawtwm rawi Th Chfoiga, Usloa Padflo, iMlWhtajtorn wwrwr wiitxw. COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. WILLIAM r. KNAPF CO., Proprietors, 106 Court 8t., Now Haven, Ct. Work dnae at short aotloa. mhM tf Pure soap is wbite. brown soaps are adulterated with Rosin. Perfume is only put in washing soap to bide the odor of decaying animal fat, or "Soap grease. Washing pow ders are strong alkalies and ru in clothes washed with them. The purest soap obtainable is the best and cheapest Dob bins Electric Soap is pure, wbite, unscented, unadulter ated, and has been acknow edged ever since i860 to be the only pure family soap made. Is it economy to save a ew cents buviner a poor, nasty soap, or strong alkali washing powder, and lose dollars in ru ined clothing ? C MOT tuaDobbias'ElaatrloBoap, r 1 whits sa snow and aa nnrs and harmless, and your saving will be twenty times the soap MIL It Is no new experiment, for It has bean made ever sines 1809. Look oat for Imitations. Bee that car asms is on each wrapper. DOBBINS SOAP MFG. CO., ' Snooessors to L L. Cragtn dr. Co., Philadelphia. Pa,. growistfftts, Sec. D. I. WELCH & SOI OFFER Fine Caftoad of Watermelons, 1 Ripe and good sized, only' 18c each. 10 bbls fancy Jenny Llnd Muskmel- ons, 1 for 25c, so each. 10 bbls fancy French Muskmeions, red meated, 12 to 15o each. Fancy Delaware Sweet Potatoes, Fine Common Potatoes, Worlds of Ripe Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Corn and Lima Beans. S lb can Boston Baked Beans lOo. Quart bottle Fanoy Pickles 28o. Pint " " " 18o. Half p't " " " 0o. Large juloy Lemons 12o dozen. This Week Only Shall 'we sell Butter at present prices. Fanoy Creamery 25o lb. Good Table Butter 20 and 22o. Many other grand bargains D M. WELCH & SON, 28 and 30 Congress Avenue, Branch 8 Grand Avenue. 175 Campbell Avenue, West Haven. melons: TTIBKNCH melons, Canteloupes, Little Gems, r Jenny Linda. Nine-tenths of all the Melons aold are worthless we have the other tenth. Other fruits of course, a great variety. Judson's New Fruit Store, 867 Chapel Street, Kiohange Building. Bargain Day To-Day. TrOTlS BEEF Round steak 1012c. Lolbl4 r lfto, Porterhouse 1618o, Rack 7ae. Turkeys and Fowls 10c lb; Broilers, extra, lfto. Hams and Shoulders way beiow cost. To-day 800 Sparer! ba, lOo lb. vomo early ana ncura utmv uargtuus i E. SCHOENBERGEH k, SON'S, J I, 8 Central Market, Congress Avenue, Telephone 480. . WATERMELONS. Fanoy large Georgia Melons, 20 to 30o. Citron Hfelons. New Sweet Potatoes; Native Tomatoes. Native Huckleberries, fresh dally. California Bartlett Pears. ' California Plums. Try Boast Chicken, In cans, AT THE OLD STAND, E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st. ms State street, near Edwards. The Best Quality of Tea and Coffee is Our Specialty. New fltmtoniers exoreaa their dellarhtwith the quality of our goods and are glad to find a tea store they can have obnfidenoe in. We humbly Invite you to oome and see. SOfJETHIHG NEW I Worthy of an Introduction. CorfaBm' Mess Has lb "cans containing one small pig ham, , 4 . . .. weighing lx lbs each. GILBERT A THOMPSON. "SUPERLATIVE. The fading Bread Flour of the World. J,E JDEWELL & CO J---t. ''tvolesale Agenta,':;? Ji,, 239 State 8treet, New Haven gttttcatioti. MECHANICAL DRAWING, PKlUU'KCri VB, MATHBlU'flOB, MKOIIASISM. sto. Hartford oflica. Uailmtelo Build (. Addreaa ieHen to New Haven oltlue. . suit ly WE8LKYAN ACADEMY. SOTH HrsM. Nine Counted. Hueolallats In CUuslua, Art and Wu.lo, Kiuai ved an. meat luaurea superior advanUsta) at uiixt rate rapsoM. lath yar. Opens Bt. U. WH. rnrnataiiHueaiar-M ev. n a. a. hwh, Hrtn.lWllurabam. Maat, jymt THE DESSAL'KB-TROOSTWYK . SCHOOL OF MUSIC, WOt Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. Mod, lOl, aled after the foromott Europeaa OonaarvaUirtaa, All grade or musloal atu deou, from brglnnnrs upwards tu tu mutt adranoed, recH-e an excellfnt and ayatwin arte Instruction in all braiioeaof vocal and InatnimeulMl uiualu. Euiluent artist of both Buropeao and American fame are among tba faoully. Aupllntnt reived durlnr Ausut rrom 10 a. m. to l p. m. iwnaay anu xourauay. faints, (Dils, tc. EVERYTHING To Make Your Homo Beautiful and Life Happy. WHITE ENAMEL, BATH ENAMEL, VARNISH STAINS, GOLD PAINTS, READY FOB USE. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street, Courier Building-, New Haven, Conn. THE FINEST LINE t OF WALL PAPERS AT LOWEST PRICES, ON EXHIBITION AT Tha Broadway Wall Paper Store. fYtmAMnri nT.mln. nur rood and vouwill be surprised at our prices for beautiful oom- owauons. E. R. JEFFCOTT. PAINTING and DECORATING in all their several branches done well and promptly. Estimates given. E. B. JEFr'COTT. 561 Elm Street, corner of York. WILLAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Solicitor of U. S. and Foreign Patents Counsel in Patent Causes. Orncis: NEW HAVEN, CONN., 70 Church Street. Room 3 and 4. (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 0 SPRINGFIELD, MASS., 817 Main Street. (Thursday, Friday and Saturday.) Eight years' experience as Examiner in u. S. Patent Office. References to New England patents furnished. THEODORE KEILER, Ag-t, UNDERTAKER, 162 ORANGE STREET. (Near Court street.) Telephone No. 857-8. A FRIEND IN NEED. DE. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Rwaaf of (Vmnnntinut. the irreat Natural Bone Better. Has been used for more tban 80 years and is the best known remedy for Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, sprains, Bruises, ounu,.vuu9, wounas ana tui external injuries. C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor, Sole Agent. District of New Haven, es. Probate Court,) Auini8teth.l8i. f STATE of MARYE. FENN,, late of Orange, In Hold liinrriot.. deceased. TDe court OI froDateiorTueuiBtriutui new Haven hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present tbeir accounts. iroperly attested, witnin saia lime wiu oe ue isrred a recovery. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to SHELDON J. ALLlNQ, I. i I" . T ! , 1 n. ... Dfan. TTa.rAM am t August 8th, 1804. 17STATE Of CATHARINE J. FLANAGAN, 1 'j late of New Haven, in saia district, ae nAASMl Upon application of unanes r lanagan, pray Incr thnt Wt.Rra of -administration mar be granted upon the estate of said deceased, as per application on file more fully appears, it IS and determined at a Probate Court to be held at New Havi n. In said distilot, on the 15th day nf Ano-ii.t- A r 18M. at 10 o'clock in the fore noon, and that notice be given of the pend int:v nf said annlication and the time and nlniui nf hmrlno- thereon, bv Oubllshlni the same tnree umea id boiuw uewoynci unvui. circulation in said aiatnct. A. HKATUK KUBEKIBUH, suOOt Judge of said Court. PROF.SHOOK'S- lluminiuoi Fibre Insoles OR FOOT PROTECTORS. Magnetic and Electric Produces a Constant Current of Elec tricity, Making the Feet Cool and Painless. Walking Blade Comfortable. This devloe is worn as an insole, being very light (weighing only one ounce per pair). It la also very thin ana can be worn in any shoe. These Insoles will regulate the circulation of tne Diooa, ana are an aoeoiute cure lur ruou- mauoanecuous. . Sent C. O. D. or by Mail on receipt of g Send aiae of shoes. T SHOOK & SEAMAN, OFFIOB Alti) SALESROOM, 239 Broadway, cor. Park Place, ausett NEW TORK. VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED BY FARIfHAM. Prioes Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Orders left at BRADLEY tc DANN'8,406 State Street, ROB'T. VEITCH SON'S, TA Chapel Street, LINSLEY, SOOT tc COS, 38 Broadway Will receive prompt attention. P.O.Addrei Box&Sa. Telephone 426-12. Railway and Steamship Tickets. Tickets to Europe S10 ana upwards.- mlCKBTS to Chautautrua. from New York JL and return, tip. - Agents for Henry Oasa Bona, jsuropeaa ana Amenoan louruta. fiteamabln and Rail wkt Tioket to all nolnta. Steamboat tickets to New York. Staterooms aad Deaths seoured In advanoe.. Baawaare called foi. and checked through. Aoctdenl LOCAL MJBCMJBT BOCIZTIEB. InsaraaailoB as to Time and Plaos of TaTswU i Following Is a directory ot Informa tion concerning lodge and socloty meet ings: mason 10. " Connecticut Rock,- Masonic halt, Churoh street, second and fourth Mon day , t 7:80 p. m. W. M., Henry Fresa nlus; secretary, C. J. Wanner. Franklin chapter, Masoiiie hall, first and third Tuesday, at 7:10. M. B. H. P.. Charles B. Hall; secretary. Atherton U Barnes. Harmony oouncll, i'.asonlo hall, Church street, third Mondays at 7:30 p. m. T. I. M., David R. Ailing. New Haven commandery, Masonic hall, Church street, -third Fridays at 7:30 p. m. K. C, TJllsha U Cobb; recorder, Francis O. Anthony. IVDBPKVDIKT ORDER OJT ODD TELLOWI. Meetings held In I. O. O. F. hall. Crown street. Qulnnlpiac, No. 1. Mondays at 8 p. m. Hecordlng secretary, R. H. Johnson. narmony, wo. 6. xuesaays at S n, m. Recording secretary, George N, Moses. aiontowese. No. 15. Masonlo Temple. Mondays at 8 p. m. Sscretary, R. A. Laldlaw. City, No. 36. Wednesdays at 8 n. m. Secretay, J. W. Hammond. Croswell, No. 89. Mondays at 8 p. m. Secretary, A. H. Down. Oermanla, No. 78 (German), Thurs days at 8 p. m. Recording seoretary, O. A. Baehr. Relief, No. 86, Mondays at 8 p. m. Sec- retary, Rollln J. Bunce. Humboldt, No. 91 (German).Turn hall. Tueadays at 8 p. m. Secretary.Adolph Ooach. BV BORDZN ATX XNCAMPjrEXTR. Meeting in I. O. O. F. hall. Crown street. Sassacus, No. 1, second and fourth Fridays at 8 p. m. Scribe, J. 8. Hunger, ford. Golden Rule, No. 24, first and third Tuesdays at 8 p. m. Scribe, O. N, Moses. Aurora, No. 27 (German), first and third Fridays at 8 p. m. Scribe, Wil liam Frlcke. . . PATRIARCHS HIUTAKT. Canton Golden Rule, No. 9, Armory, Exchanee bulldinsr. second Thursday at 8 p. m. Clerk, Henry S. Cooper. Canton Aurora, No. 12, Harugarl hall, second Friday at 8 p. m. Clerk, Phllo Falter. maQHTS ot honob. 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. m. Re porter, Nathan H. Tuttle. Steuben, No. 3063, Turn hall, second and fourth Thursdays at 8 p. m. Re porter, William F. Sternberg. KSIQHTS OF PYTHIAS. Rathbone, No. 1, Pythian hall, Courier building, Wednesdays, K. of R, and S.,' Erwln Barnes. Sheffield,' No. 2, blue room. Masonic lemple, Tuesdays, K. of R. and S. S., L. Erwln. Ezel, 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. Larklns. Comstock, Uniform Rank, Aurora hall, second Wednesday, 8 p. m. K. of R. and S GuBtave Reinwald. o. tr. A. M. Pioneer, - No. 1, 793' Chapel street, Thursdays at 8 p. m. Recording secre tary, H. 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 sec retary, A. F. Zoller. ' Unity commandry, No 9, 793 Chapel street, Tuesdays at 8 p. m. Clerk, E. P, Grlswold. A. o. u. w. Momauguln, No. 1, "Courier" build ing, second and fourth Wednesdays at 8 p. m. Recorder, Charles F. Curtlss. 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 p. m.' Recorder, Henry B. Marsh. Pyramid, No, 45, Pyramid hall. Wed. nesday at 8 p. m. Recorder, George A. Sanford. - '"" Sterling, No 46, Blue room, Masonle temple, second and fourth Wednesdays, 8 p. m. Recorder, Robert nearer. JTBW ENGLAND ORDER OP PROTECTION. Beacon, No 69, "Cpurler" building, second and fourth Mondays, 8 p, m. Secretary, George Wallace, Centennial, No. 92, "Courier" build ing,, second and fourth Fridays, 8 p, m. Secretary, Alma Fagels. Charter Oak, No. 188, "Courier" build ing, first and third Wednesdays, 8 p.m. Secretary, William R; Moore. Winchester, No. 208, I. XX O. F. hall. first and third Mondays, 8 p. m'. ' Secre- tatry, Herbert F. Beebe. - JUtaccIlaucottfl. Don't Pay Money for Water I A Solid Extract of Bsef is more Econom ical than a liquid, because concentrated, and housekeepers will find it much cheaper to , ' BUY Liebig COMPANY'S Extract of Beef, A solid, concentrated extract, free from fat and gelatine or any ' foreign sub stanoe, and dissolve It themselves. 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