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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY,' AUGUST 1.1, 1894.'
6 gmmwl and ' Coxitier. NEW HAVES, COXN. Tumi Months. tX.&Oi Q.vi Mouth, 60 asm Ohm Wek, 15 asm 8iom Copim, 3 crsrt, Monday, August 13, 1H. NEW ADVEHTISEMKNT8 tOH TO-DAY. Art Embroidery-Howe 4 Stetson. Aluminium Inol-iMk Hainan. oalng Out Hale-Kwwi Meliilyry Ut. Complete Home Oulrtinw-Krwl h. AverlU. Dreaa Uoods-Cbarlt Monann Co. l'ally l.'hat-Malley. Swiff . fty-a Cream Baim-At Dniugliw. Hne Pouto-B. W Mill. Flab I'olea-Unaley. Kt 4 Co. Oinnrt shopping Emiwirliiuj K.M.Drownau). Hnaa-Unalrir. ltoni . . . Hammm-ks-Llnaley. Kont Co. Hardwaro-Lliwley, Hoot l. Ilen Air Featlval-At bavin Hook. Royal taking Powder At Orocers. poreens-Uusley. Hoot A Co.. Souvenir Oupa Mallury . Wantnl-Instructor Box KM. Wantod-Mtuatlim 47A dispel Rtreot. ft'aafd-tiltuatlon ISO Elm Street. WKATHKIl KKCOKD. AaaiCtwrnAi. Dipaiitmcht. "1 Owes or tiii Omar I Or TBI WlATIKH BDHEAU. I WAaantOTOK. D. C. Aug. 13. WW. t p.m. ) Forecast for Monday Kor Massachusetts, RbcxJe blind and OoonootlouU Ruin, allgbtly Cooler, southeast winds. Local Weather Report. FOR ADOUIT 11, 1884. b I A.M. P.M. Barometer 80.18 WM Temperature 67 pel. THumldlty Wind Direction r-B SB Wind Velocity U Weather. Cloudy Cloudy Mean temperature. 65. Max. temperature, 70. Mln. temperature, AO. Preolpltatton, Tlnohes. Max. velocity of wind. 15-8E. Excess of temperature ainoe January 1, Wt degrees. Deficiency of precipitation iinoe January 1, 8 jgt Inches. . H. J. COX, Observer. Note. A minus sign 1 prefixed tothor- Eometer readings Indicates temperature bo w zero. A "T" in connection with rainfall Indicates trace of rainfall too small to measure. Snow Is melted and resulting doptb of water not known. LOCAL XEWS. Brief Mention. Buy a tot $100. R. E. Baldwin. High water to-day at 8:45 a. m. and :46 p. m. Conoretlng and artificial atone. Con necticut C oncreto Co. , 42 Church, room 4. John W. Coe, jr., of Meriden, has gone to Short Beach for a vacation stay. Rev. Edward H. Chandler preached at the United church yesterday lore noon. Mrs. Mary Wells and daughter, Minnie, ot this city, are visiting friends in Enfield. Rev. Dr. Seward of NorwWk officiated at the funeral of Miss Louise' Bassett in this city Saturday. The National Electrical company's shop and the shoe shop have started up after their summer vacation. Rev. William Roberts of this oity preached in the East avenue M. E. shurch, Norwalk, yesterday. Washington camp, Jfo.. 5, JPatriotio Order of the Gong of, America, .Friday night gave a watermelon festival at the rooms of the oamp on State street. Mr. and Mrs. James Golden and Saughter Agnes, of Norwalk, accom panied by Mr. W. 8. "Crof ut, of New Haven, left on the steamship Old Do ninion, Saturday for Richmond, Va. This morning at 7 o'clock an anniver sary requiem mass for the late Mrs. Margaret R. Ward, wife of Policeman Ward, will be celebrated in St. Patriok's Church. The remains of Michael Barrett, who filed in Meriden Friday at the home of bis daughter, Mrs. John Keegan on Cooper street, were brought to this city yesterday for burial. The Consolidated road has broken ground for a new depot at Thompson rUle on the east side of the Enfield depot. The present depot will be used lor storage purposes. A Are broke out Saturday noon in the basement of Anthony DeMatty's shoe Utore on Grand avenue, near Front street, but the flames were oonllned to the. cellar and the damage was trifling. Rev. H. 8. Brown, jr., and wife of Norwalk are in the oity, guests of Mrs. Brown's sisters, Mrs. B. F. Brown and Mrs. Frank Baldwin. Yesterday Mr. Brown preached in the Humphrey Street church. There was a very large throng of mourning friends at St. Patriok's ohuroh Saturday at the funeral of Miss Isabella Graham who died Thursday at her home, 66 Wallaoe Btroet, after a two weeks' illness- Canton Aurora lodge, No. 12, P. M., I. O. o. F., will give an exoursion to Hew York and up the Hudson to-morrow. The exoursion will be by the atstamer Continental, The Philharmonlo awobsstra will play. The - following members of Keeley league, No. 1, are the delegates to tho national oonvention of Keeley leagues to be held at Colorado Springs, Colo rado, next montht Dr. J. W. Sweet, E. L Wimples, W. A. Gillespie. The suit of Angelia V. Burnbam of Providenoe against the Consolidated railroad has been settled by the pay- fjaent of between $11,000 and $12,000 to N plaintiff, whose husband, a railroad Mgineer, was killed in a collision. Hon. Lynde Harrison at Bergen, Nor , July 27. He says: "English ad sxtives are inadequate to desoribe the ponders and beauties, of. Norwegian Mnery. Stoddard. Stoddard is none too enthusiastic on the subjeot." Mr. Harrison was en route to the North Cape. "- v Dean's HhenmnHn Wlla aHi..,i- ' rtumnwtlsm ana neuralgia. Entirely vanr causv wtcsT hats if nana. Grand Firemen's Tournament . Eighty-five Companln Invited Mayer, Serous A Co' Win Again at Baubnll, West Haven hook and ladder com pany No. 2 are making axtenetve prepa rations for a grand firemen's tourna ment and field day to be held September 11. About eighty-five companies have been invited to participate, among them being the J. J. Dayton hose company of Fair Haven, the Winchester hose com pany.the Veteran Firemen's association and Sons of Veteran Firemen of New Haven, the veteran firemen of Bridge port, and companies from Birmingham, Southlngton.Walllngford, Anaonla, Sey mour. Stratford, Norwalk, Guilford, Bristol, Mllford anJ other places. Wednesday will be a big day at the Rock. Innes' band is one of the finest in the United States and a -great musical treat will be afforded.'" Mr. Israel A. Kelsey of Center street la making a two weeks' trip to Block Island and Watch Hll. Miss Ettle Squires of New York city, who has been the guest of the Misses Squires of No. 200 Savin avonue, has returned home. Miss Norma N. Squire has left for a stay at Cutchoguo. I I. Misses Ella Hyde ana Blanc ne raraee are on a two weeks' vacation trip in the Catskllls. Mrs. M. J. Lowe, who haB been visit ing her sister, Mrs. Seely Smith or Washington avenue, for some time past, has returned to her home in Boston. Mr. Seely Smith of Washington ave nue is confined to the house with an at tack of malarial fever. He i attended by Dr. M. J. Adams. J. R. Booth, who has been summering at Savin Rock, has returned to the city for a time. The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Methodist church are planning for an excursion on the steamer John H. Starln to Glen Island on Tuesday, August 28. The First Connecticut cavalry will hold Its annual reunion at Hill's Home stead on Wednesday. It is expected that about 150 members of the organiza tion will be present. Mrs. W. C. Bralnard, with her daugh ter, Miss Marlon, are visiting friends in Rocky Hill. Miss Anna M. King and Mr. A. M. JohnBon of Dobbs' Ferry, N. Y., who have been visiting at Mr. Allan Ren frew's of First avenue, have returned home. Philip Jacobson of West Haven left for New York en route for Sweden on Saturday. Miss Vinie R. Workman of Torrlng- ton is visiting her aunt, Mrs. William Fleming of West Haven." Comstock encampment of New Brit ain met Saturday evening and com pleted arrangements for its excursion j to Savin Rock, August 18. The Mayer, Strouse & Co. easily de feated the Peok Bros. & Co. baseball nine Saturday afternoon on the Savin Rock grounds by the score of 27 to 0. The victors played an excellent game, and have now won the championship of the factory nines in this oity. Nego tiations are in progress for a game be tween the Mayer, Strouse & Co.'s team and the New Havens for Labor day. It would prove an Interesting game. There will be an entertainment and ice cream festival at the Keeley Insti tute on Thursday evening, August 16, at 7:30. Miss Marie I. ward, the contralto of St. Mary's church, will have charge of the entertainment. Cake and cream will be sold by the members of the Wo men's auxiliary of the Keeley league following the entertainment. Miss Mary Dudley Burke will recite, as will also Master Robert Sperry. Mrs. Aland B. Paddock of Meriden is visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Frank M. Hall of West -Haven. She is accom panied by her daughter, Estelle. A musical was given Friday evening by Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Huntington at their cottage on Oriental park. Alder man F. W. Skiff gave a recitation which caused much amusement. Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Brown, the Misses Brown, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. F.Hunie, Mrs. Bunce, Mrs. K. P. Bristol, Harry Hunie, Miss Wilson, Mrs. Canfleld, W. G. Merrils, Robert Jeffcott, Mr. Bristol, Mr. Berry, Mr. and Mrs. Charles he- vere, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Skiff and son, Mr. and Mrs. Addison Hunie, Miss Ber tha Hunie, Albert Huntington and Miss Reed of New York. The Winchester avenue road em ployes play their second game with the Grahams to-morrow afternoon at the cottage grounds. ' Friday afternoon next the Echo Hose boys of Shelton visit the Grahams and play the first game of the series on the Third avenue grounds. oenl JotHng-. Tho engagements of Miss Hannah A. 8todel to Joseph Tillman of 89 Olive street, and also that of Miss Reyna F. Stodel to Abram M. Friedman of Jersey City, are announced. They will be at home to their friends Sunday, August 19, at their residence, 20 Warren street. Another of Stratford's old citizens, Nathan Beach Wells, aged seventy-six years, has passed away after suffering several years with kidney disease. Mr. With uvaiacou . It Ja sis easy to explain a cold as to catch one. The skin, exposed to a sud den change m temperature, ceases to throw off waste matter, and double duty is imposed npon the lungs. Hence, in flammation of the bronchial tube's and frequently consumption. A medicine to euro' consumption must help not only the lungs but "the stomach, because good appetite and good digestion are required to fortify the system. Slocum's Ozon OzoNizWjfTJS ized Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, with Guaiacoli is a great flesh-maker. Send fc Book"im Osone, mailed free, topa&tyllSlrcm Co., lei Toil Wells was a descendant of one of Strat ford's old families, whloh has always held a distinguished place in the annals of the town. Mr. Frank Gerth of the business staff for Innes' baud, was in town yesterday completing preparations for the band's appearance at Biivlu Rook Wednesday, Mr. Gerth was formerly with the Froh niun company and will be with the oora puny nt'Hlii next season. Laxt winter he wus with tho "Lost Paradise" com pany wuliili appeared in this oity, A Pare Baking Powder. A baking powder that can be depend ed upon to be free from lime and alum is a desideratum In these Jays of adul terated food. So far as can be Judged from the official reports the' "Royal" seems to be the only one yet found by chemical analyses to be entirely with out one or the other of these substances, and absolutely puns! This, It Is shown, results from the exclusive use by Its manufacturers of. cream of tartar spe cially refined and prepared by patent processes which totally remove the tar trate of lime and other impurities. :The cost of this chemically, pure cream of tartar is much greater, than any other, and It is used In no bakng powder ex cept the "Royal," the manufacturers of which control the patents under which It Is refined. - . ' ' Dr. Edward G. Love.' formerly ana lytical chemist for the U. S. government. who made the analyses for the New York State Board of. Health in their in vestigation of baking powders, and whose intimate knowledge ot the Ingre dients of all. those sold, in this market enables him to speak-authoritatively, says of the purity, wholesomeness and superior quality of the "Royal:" 'I : find the Royal Baking Powder composed of pure add wholesome Ingre dients. It Is a cream of tartar powder, and does not contain, either alum, or phosphates, or other . injurious sub stance." Prof. Love's tests, and the recent official tests by both the 'United States and Canadian governments, show the Royal Baking Powder to be superior to all others In strength and leavening power. . It is not only the most econom ical in use, but makes the purest, finest flavored and most wholesome food. All our $3 shoes are being sold for $2.50 during our reduction sale, which lasts but two weeks. The Hanan-DIllon Shoe Co., au 7-9-il B. J. Dillon, prop. Hntian Shoes at a Redaction. The Hanan-Dlllon Shoe Co. are offer ing these celebrated shoes for men and boys and substantial reductions during their clearing sate, ;whlch lasts but two weeks. B. J, Dillon, Prop. When Bahy was sick, wegvekei'Ca)iS)rla,,,, '' Whoc-shea.3rfli ,'' , When she beca W?sJ chug to.Castorla, When shebad Children, she girelhem Caatorl FAI-F & SON. RHODE ISLAND TURKErS Are still coming vet; fine. w are Offering tbflin Very Low Spring Limb, Spring Unb. . Asparagus, Freeh Hint, . Pass, New bnnoh Beets, - -.-..1. .. .. Choice Florida and Hothouse Tomatoes, Washroom,, Muihrooais. 7 and 9 Shurch st. ' 162 Portseist Trunks ai Bags. FURS R)iilED. Chanel, ccaL?lSt4te st. ' TIREB " ;.T Are you tired of paying tig price for Wedding Gifts, when you only want - tot spend ' one or more dollars- f Olf a tttmti token? If so, siul Oft $tlv thaus, the leaders of low prloea for first-clans goods. Thex arT'-; now making a oig ran on Bter.i. ... - ling Silver B Its, t.sput toe ' dry goods stores; pHojes, ut ' ' ours contain flvt lines.-, more -silver. Are you : J, tfie market for a diamond?, If selookiU over. . SILVEBTHAffS. J 3 Jewelers and Diamond KxpafUL " .. Wedding Gifts apijdqr New Haven, Mon lay, Aug. 18, 1804, , The weather today Likely to be faiTi TELEPHQNB No.,Bl. ' ,' tt Last Week was a good week for trade. Of course we can only speak for ourselves. People bought liberally, knowing' full well what they were about What we published in the papers was a distinct and accurate echo of existing facts. Haven't sold every thing no. First Of All lets have a frank talk about Men's Negligee Shirts. They were made from fine imported Madras and cheviot cloth by one. of the best Shirtmakers in the land. " ' '''The aryies' are of the most sensible and solfcr eenoeptions. The colors Arm a the Immovable hills. They have non-Hlirinkabie collar bands. In them you' simply have au ideal Outing Shirt. We had a stack of them to start with. ' Too big a stack. Early we-got $2.50 and $3.00 ieacfl.,r Hater, for quick sell ing, we marked them' $1.75. They don't go fast enough and nqw$V,ieven one dollar ($1.00) is the , price. Next mark wtlK be, but thiere won't beany to mark. A sight satisfies. .... First Table, Chapel St. Corner Entrance. It May Seem Early to some folks; but shrewd young - married people (bid ones too) have ben in to see Fall styles and prices oif Carpets. Were they too soon for us? Not a moment. But almost every rjay adds to the variety of Fall styles. Shail we (give you an estimate on carpeting or. re carpeting your 'rowms? t ' Carpet Hall, second floor. ' i Silk Reductions Reduced, All Silk Black Brocaded! at Satin Duchesse All Silk Brocades 1.25 to 98 : Colored vJrbs Londres 1.25 , .98 ; All the fine foreign Dress Goods left from the season's selling, (that's not many) show reductions on regular prices which range from ,15 to 50 cents a yard. A litth lot of mixed Beige Suiting in plain modest styles wert selling . at 25 cents. Now marked 1 cents a yard, t Dress Goods, Ittatn1 Entrance, Left Aisle. ; Shore Cottages Hotels and Boarding Houses want to strike while the iron is hot or rather while the p'ricd'is"cold on Linens, v fcleven pieces 66 inch Bleached Damask at 6a cents a ,yard, actually worth 75 -cents.!,; 106 jiipzen- five eight 'Napkins';' at ' $1.25- a doze'nactu'ally worth $1.50. ; Never a better time to lay in Cottons. 36 inch Standard- Brown Sheeting, at 4 cents a yard. The same in extra fine quality at 4 cents a yard. " 36 inch Cohassett Brown Sheetins ai ' ".6 cents a yard. A. very fine 36 Jnch :" BroWn ISheeting (best made) at S cjrits a yard. . Never were we able to put a better 36 inch Bleached Cotton on the market at 6 cents a yard. 36 inch Fruit of the jboom at cents a yara. 1 50 dozen 45x36 Pillow Cases at 6 cents each.L ;jo dozen 81x90 Sheets . at .45 cents each. I Linen Court , ' s - -- I- ' t'. "' i Seen the window,) Portieres ? We call it a " Window Sale. Prices there quoted are a matter of only a few days. ' After that. higlier prices. The Portieres Rep resent new Fait styles. ; V Upholstery, Second Floor? " : S. The Corset Man . :? has 15 dozen left of the Long W aisted white dou ble : net ting Summer Corsets tHat he'll sell for 60 tents kithi They are. extra Jhfle waisted, with double sidesteels. They are gooa value at Price-Wonders New York Prke Croquet Hra .TravrlinsUan Iron Bottom Trunks Telescone Uan IOO l.ta ft, 50 At .811 l.TS .19 Jap BiiKr and Creams anov n ater Hot j'Uie China Coffee aad Tia Cups yinbn-lla Hutnds f.xg TI1I11 Teaa l'latea to Match Knilt Plates t CalM Plates .00 .HO .15 .10 .or M 85 t,M .no .aa ro ' Many other China1 bar gains unmentioned. Whether the japan-Chinese war had to do with these destructive prices we can't -say. House keepers who like to pick around for rare pieces at very low cost find here a fertile field. Basement'. Ladies' Wrappers in figured percale and lawn that sold at 12.25, $2'5 2'75 a"d 2-9& " leveled to one uniform price of $1.50 each. The Finishing Sale didn't quite finish them.' Some very desirable Ladies' Suits left. Serges in blue and black $7-50, $6.50, etc. Covert Cloths in tan and ' gray $7.y, f 10.00 and up. Waists, Suits, Wraps. BARGAINS NOW ! ' -.B1 U1 unsavu.t Store closed evenings exoept "Saturday and Monday during July and August. REPIRING-RENTING- Veru Bicycle and Rubber Store, 159 Orange Street. ! : i 80c Bushel ! IFins Potatoes.! iBartlettJtars $1.00 basket. ; Best Flour $4.35 bbl this week Broom Sale 19c, was 25c. . , . Come, see us. ; R. W. MILLS, 382 STATE STEEET. Brieht's Disease, Diabetes, and Other Diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and Stomach Cured. Information Free which will Astound and. Convince the Most skeptical. No stetrip necessary for information. Address " ' 'K.riV. UK. Li. U. HAliLt, ;f , Pastor First Baptist Church, ; : - Hattlesburg, Miss. OR P. O. BOX No. 709, New Orleans, La. Name-papef. '' ' ' ' jyam WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY- AT-LA W. Solicitor of U. S. and Foreign Patents , . Counsel in Patent Causes. Offices: NEW -HAVEN, CONN., 70 Church Street, Rooms 3 and 4. (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.) SPRINGFIELD, MASS., A ; 317 Main Street. (Thursday, Friday and Saturday.) . Etnrht'vpftrn' exnerienceas Examiner in U.S. Patent Office. References to New England patents furnished. atttls, lis, 2ic. EVERYTHING To Jake Your Home Beautiful and " . 4 j Life Happy. WHITE ENAMEL, . BATH ENAMEL, VARNISH STAINS, -GOLD PAINTS, " ' HEADTJOB USE. THOMPSON & BELDEN, t 396398 State Street, . Courier Building. New Haven, Conn. THE FINEST LINE 1 J 4 OF . X7AIX PAPERS AT LCffffiT PRICES. ON EXHIBITION AT - The Broadway Wall Paper Store. , Come and examine our goods and you will besttrprlsedatour prices for beautiful 00 binatlona, , . . . j r E. R. JEFFCOTT. TAINTING and DECORATING In all thelo several .nranenea .aone weu ana promptly, Ksti mate given. - ' -; B. B. JEFFCOTT. ; ,l'J $trtt. corner of Yorki Mi 1 V&M A. "PUTTING IN HER OAR.") Wbi n It cornea to Ibo needs of tbe hoiiKvlMill, tliu laly of the houao "mils In labor" and runs I he vovuire to suit bvisolf. We want lier to know we are selling Itefrigerators and Ice Chests : At Cost To olose tbem out. , We still bave a very floe stock of Mattings, Wblcb we are selling at So a yard and upwards. Largest and best stock of Children's Carriages Evor aliow n In this city. Our Crockery Department . Has been remodeled and contains ev rv-l ithing noiibd for the ooinplite fuintan 'lng of your Dining Room and Kitouon.l MM L. Avenll, Complete Home Outfitter, r55 to 763 Chapel St Closed sveslnga exempt Monday . ,1 an Saturday. Pe S.C11''"9 8t0Ck Rye Whiskey Under this brand we have bottled for years the highest grade finest and OLDEST Rye in our possession. v PURE, UNCOLORED, ; UNSWEETENED. 7 . 770 Chapel St House Est asushed 184s. boddoooo 8 8 O Sales mean prices 'way below aa. value! Why not buy a FUR V OCAPE now. Our prices will i 1 Interest you. ar O The Burgess Fur S Hat Co. O TBI Chapel Street, OOOOOOOO H. F. BL0GG& BRO., Cash or Credit ' HOME FDENI8HEBS, 699 CbapsI Street, -Hew laven, Conn ..: FULL LINE OF Foldtaa Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Ollolotha, Beds, Baby Carriages, Mattresses, Parlor and Oook Stoves. Character is Credit. store oten7a,m. to 8:30 p. m., Saturday and Monday evenings to S. SpencetIatthews S&x OIX.S, CHEMICALS. 24 State Street 43 DENTI8TBT. G. H. Gldney, 797 Chapel Street, North aide. doors below Orange. rjentutrv In all Ita branches. Prices the lowest consistent wltb flrat-plaaa work. " BCHER and BENNETT, Funeral Directors and EmbaJmers, . No. 280 Elm SC Broadway Square! 1- OPEN DAir"ANB KIGHT. , Telephone No. '576-8. :" jy!8m '; A SMawai I'D1 1 J . . . ' H.' . - Jfrg Goods. I 1 1 i u OWE TETS0M OUR 1 rt Errt)roiclcrLj Departrneiit We have endeavored to offer th ladies of New Haven tbe very latest aad choicest of this line of goods at popular prices, and their support has been ex. cecdingly gratifying. Our Mr. Seeley has just returned from a visit to leading designers of Art Nov :lties and has made arrangements whereby we are to receive the latest uovellies as soon as originated. The newest of Fancy Work shows a ombination of the popular Honiton Lace and Embroidery stitches, and wa tre showing a most complete line. W lave these in doylies and center-pieces ind show examples commenced, with .uatcrials to finish. An Entirely New Line of Designs, HEART-SHAPED PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, LETTER HOLDERS, NEW MOSS AND TINSEL FRINGE FOR DENIM COVERS. . We are the only Direct Importers in this city of Linen TraySj Squares and Doylies-. This enables iis to offer better value in quality at popular prices. Designs are exclusive. For Monday and Tuesday only a Lmee i8x27Trav Cloth, a-in. hem, stamped with our own designs. Two days only, at 1QU eacb. For Cool Evenings You may need a Wrap or Cape of soma sort. We have a eood line ot desirable Jackets and Capes at $5.00 to $15.00. Stetson. CHANCE. ,. By. presenting this adves . . tsement we will .... MAKE, LAY and furnish LINING Free for any carpet pnrohased ot us during August, at Augt ust's reduced prices -. t- The finest stock of Carpets in; the State, and extraordinarily liberal terms to good people. i P. J. KELLY & CO., Grand Ave., Church SU WE OFFER For Midsummer Use jtesb? -illd Westbrook Plover. Frenob Lamb Chops, CalsaslLifors and' Sweetbreads, . r Egg Plant, Native and Kalamazoo Celery, -t - Sweet Potatoes, ' LARGE ASSORTMENT Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, 350 and 353 STATE STREET, 5 ii m m Fancies film li fin tt iliiiii ta lie to W.'...pF Doylies oil ttsr-Pin iBliig. AUGUST CARPET .tt' r t u 1- ',:!("', ft f 1 V'