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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND 'COURIER. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER S 1894
2 THE GENUINE Popularly known tbrouphout New England as the highest Standard 10 cent Cigar for Quality, Quantity and Workmanship. TVLAjym JJ V 3?. 3D. 0-Xl."V3D, Direct Iroportor of the finest Vuelta Abajo Havana Tobaeoo and Manufacturer of Clgon, ronm State anil Woostir Stwts. Nsw Haven. Conn. DtiSCCllHWCOUS. Fur Work a Specialty. & J New Haven House Building. FALL UNDERWEAR, From Allen, Solley & Co, London, and the American Hosiery Co. All Wool, White and Natural, In light, medium and heavy weights. 611k and Wool. Ture Silk, Merino, Balbriggan and Cotton and Wool, in both MEDIUM and jjEST grades. As a leader we shall offer four pieces Heavy Balbriggan For $5.00. CHASE & CO., Sole agents for Noyes Bros.' (Boston) Laun dry HAND-WORK, and satlsfao. tlon guaranteed. Carpets. Carpets. OUR STOCK OF Moquettes, Velvets, Body Brussels and Ingrain Carpets Is One of THE BEST in the City. Linoleum, Oilcloth, Matting, Art Squares, Rugs and Shades. BABY CARRIAGES, A LARGE VARIETY. Refrigerators, All sizes, in soft and nardwood, LOWEST PRICES. STAHL & HEGEL, 8, 10, 12 Church Street. I0TOTAI1J PEES. Guaranteed Solid Gold Pens from $1.00 upwards. All warranted. Harge toe of High Grade Thermometers from 15o upwards. Fancy Silver Novelties. Newest designs at Durant's, Jeweler and Optician, 55 CHURCH STREET, Opposite Postofflce. WELLS & GTJNDE, Watchmakers and Jewelers, Full Line Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Ware. KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS. No. 788 Chapel Street. A R cm Hi ' The beat for Driveways, Cellar and Shop floors, Copings, and all kinds of Artificial Stone Work. Estimates furnished by The Manufacturers, D. D, BOBDTSOtf & CO, my !0U . Hi STATE STREET. ARE STAMPED minds': 'fiVs DO YOU WANT Tar Carpets BiHui, The Sloths Killed, and the Dust Removed ? WE CAN DO IT. Lace Curtains Of the finest qualities cleaned without Injury We are especially fitted up for this work. Dyeing and Cleaning Of Men's Suits and Overcoats, Ladles1 Dresses, etc Laundering Of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underclothing. THE FORSYTH CO.. OFFICES-878 CHAPEL STREET, 845 " 23 BROADWAY, STATE, LAWRENCE and MECHANIC STREETS. Telephone 854-2 and 3. moms, gXttmoittg, tc ffE OFFER The balanoe of our Refrigerators At marvelously low prices In order to close them out. All our Refrigerators are the Jewett's and none better sold In the city. We have a few ' Gas Cooking Stoves Left which we shall offer for the next 30 days at less than oost. They are the cheapest and most economical cm. stove on the market to-day. jnow is toe time to have your Furnaces Looked over and put in order for the coming winter. We have practical furnace men, and all .orders will re ceive prompt attention. Gas Fixtures, Furnaces, Ranges, In great variety. Steam and Hot Water Heating, Sani tary Plumbing, etc THE ARNOLD CO. STATE AND CROWN STREETS; A large assortment of hard wood Eefrigerators and other kinds, which will he sold cheap to reduce stock. Please call and ex amine. 639 Grand Avenue S. E. DIBBLE. Plumbing and Gasfitting. J. H. Buckley, 179 Church st REFRIGERATORS. rpHE standard Refrigerator of to-day Is the j miux uaoe amour nrat-ciass in nus thoroughly kiln dried, heavily painted, beau. perlor to any hardwood box made. Bx&minetnem at 360 STATS STREET. SILAS GALPIN. COOKING BY HEAT FROM GAS ! Invaluable for comfort, convenience and econ omy in Summer. Food more perfectly oooiteu than by direct heat from ooaL Banges, with or without water heaters, hot plates, ovens, sad-iron heaters, etc., eto sold set up and warranted by the ' New Haven Gas Light Co., No. 80 CBQWN STREET. WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN. ATTOBNBT-AT-LAW. Solicitor of Foreign Patents Counsel In Patent Causes. NEW HAVEN, OQjriti ', ' 10 Chesdtt Steeet, Booms 3 and 4. (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.) SPRINGFIELD, MASK .. . Sit Ma4ntrMt. (Thursday, Friday nd Saturday.) Bight yasMf epllees Bbnualner In U.S. Patent Offloe. Befetemes to New nfiaod patents furnished, " ' nrators This Natad and Vary Sofit Sehiwl for Olrls Just Eatorlm Hpo Twenty Fifth Yntr. The well known school for ( Irla. West End Institute, Is about to enter upon Its twenty-fifth year of work. During this lon period, no year has passed but a oodly number of young women have beon'eraduated who have honorably completed the Institute course of study. In the later years many young women have received certificates ot senoiar shin in nrenaratory work which en. titled the holders to admission to one of the great colleges for women, vis, Hmlth, Vassar or Wcllcsley, without en trance examinations. These preliminary examinations are conducted by the West End institute teachers, some of whom are graduates of the women's colleges. At present Miss Forrest, a graduate of Smith, an Instructor of wide experience, has charge of the college preparatory de partment of the Institute. Miss Wlllard is to continue her con nection with the school In the depart ment of literature and history. She re turns to her work from her summer so journ in England and Scotland filled with fresh enthusiasm for her sub jects. The modern languages, French and German, are always taught here by native Instructors, Mademoiselle Par tere and Frauleln Wolff, continuing their good work this year. Miss Cady, who returned recently from a year's stay abroad, having pass ed most of her time in Borne, Florence and other places where Italian could be best acquired, has new plans of work for the classes In history of art and fresh material with which to Illustrate the study of art. Mrs. Cady gives to the school con stant personal supervision and aims to promote the progress ot each pupil in every respect. Miss Richards continues In charge of the intermediate department, and Miss Crossette of the primary and kinder garten, and it each thorough training is given. Physical culture is not neg lected, and the elements of vocal cul ture are also taught in the younger classes. This year begins October 3, a - few days later than the opening of last year. PERSON I r. JOTTINGS. Notes of Interest ... u. ..en Haven People and Their Friends. Mr. George T. Bradley, of Benedict & Co., and his family, have returned from their summer's stay at Madison. Milton H. and Walter M. Bradley.sons of Mr. Oeorye T. Bradley, returned last evening from a trip to Niagara Falls and Toronto, Canada. Mrs. Alfred Colt of New London, with her three-year-old daughter, Gertrude, is visiting her mother, Mrs. David O. Barker, of 407 Temple street. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall of Chlcopee Falls and Mrs. Ira Kibbe of Somers, Mass., have returned home from a two weeks' visit in this city. Fred Schlegel, formerly of the firm of Beck & Schlegel, bakers at the cor ner of Elm and State streets, was mar ried to Miss Mary Beck of 12 Warren place last Sunday in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Schlegel will live In Brook lyn. Miss Dorothy May Miller and Joseph Cullen of Washington, D. C, will be married September 18 In St. Mary's church in this city. Miss Miller was a teacher In Cedar street schgel, resign ing her position recently."1 Miss Mary Scroggie, daughter of Mrs. William Scroggie, who was reported seriously ill Thursdays is somewhat bet ter and her recovery is no longer doubt ed. Frank R. Tyler has resigned as re corder of East Rock lodge, A. O. U. W. Mies Elizabeth M. Campbell, who played the organ so acceptably on the first Sunday In August In Trinity M. E. church, and who is a pupil of Charles Milton Bill Fettow of the Royal College of Organists, England, will continue to receive instruction from that gentleman during the current year, after which she intends returning to this city to reside with her mother and brother, Alf H. Campbell of Chapel street. She had a most enjoyable voyage over to Eng land in the Maje3tlc. Dr. J. P. C. Foster returned yesterday from his trip abroad. The doctor visit ed many points of interest in England and Scotland and had a most enjoyable time, Mrs. A. Heaton Robertson and chil dren, who have been spending several weeks in Litchfield, have returned home. Miss Pauline Skiff is visiting friends in Kent. Thomas H. Sullivan left for Litchfield field yesterday. Miss Julia Kaiser is back from a visit in Waterbury. Mr. and Mrs. Max Strauss of No. ! Orange street have returned. W. A. Beeman of New Preston is spending a few days in town. Mr. and Mrs. D.-T. Welch of West Haven left yesterday for Litchfield. Miss Lillian A. Peck of No. 62 Bristol street is visiting relatives In Boston, Mrs. Elizabeth Ward of Humphrey street is back from a visit with rela tives in Lee, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Franklin of Rut land, Vt., are In town, the guests of friends on Howard avenue. Miss Ruth Wardsworth of Warehouse Point, who has been the guest of Mrs. Susan Moore, at her home on Park street, returned last Monday. : Mrs. Thomas T. Taylor of Galveston, formerly Mrs. Anna Pinto Woods, is in town for a few days. . . - Miss Sarah Rogers, who has been spending the last year In traveling in England and on the continent under the chaperonage of Miss Cornelia Cady, has returned to this city and, la spend. Ing a short time with Mr. - and Miss caay on iiiiinouse avenue. ::. Captain O. W. Brooks took out a par ty, among whom were, the. Re v. Mr. Howe of the Westville Cpngregatlonai cnurcn. Mr. Allman. and Messrs. Harry. Walter and Victor Leigh, to the jfcnka inursaay, ana mey returned witn large quantities of bluefish Tjlackflsh, black bass and porgles D. W. Maher and son of Chicago, 'who have been visiting- friends on State street, have returned. - '3 1 . William F. Healy of St Melnrad col lege, Ind., who haa been visiting his relatives In thhveity. sailed Thursday on the steamer ' Wetland for Rome, Italy, where, he goes to finish his studies for the priesthood, 1 ' ."' Miss Jean Par of Westvllla hat haan umm III ik. au dt WoMklf Si fr VlstF tlAHIA Sktt Is ......m Vm fTIS 111 HoV and rheumatism, tier friends are hop ing mat she will be better soon. Aogutla Daly't Company Coming. Already considerable Interest is mani fested at the approaching visit of Auguittn Daly's cumpnny of comedians September 27 at the Hyperion. The Individual merit of each member of this excellent organisation Is suffi cient to make all stHrs. In fact many of them have already sparkled In the theatrical flrmaneit. Mr. Dlxey. "The Adonis," Mr. Lewis and Miss Catherine Lewis lay claim to this distinction, while the charming old lady, Mrs. Gilbert, remains con tent to be considered the favorite amongst the aristocratic audiences of Mr. Daly's stock company, both here and abroad. Messrs. Carlyle, Gresham, Lecercq and Gilbert, Misses Haswell and Hansen are potent factors in Mr. Daly's forces. Local News Jottings. Charles Plncknoy Whltln of the in coming sophomore clajis at Yale, only son ot Louis Frederick Whitln, died at Southampton, Long Island, Wednesday. The members of the Mayer, Strouse & Co. baseball team have presented their manager, Joseph R Ullman, with a handsome pair of gold sleeve but tons. Charles T. Hemingway, town clerk of East Haven, is still critically sick. He is attended by Dr. Hutchinson of East Haven and Dr. Ives of this city. Yester day he was no better and the chances ot his recovery are not encouraging. Mr. Hemingway has a host of friends and enquiries as to his condition are dally numerous. President R. R. Cobbs of the Rock Island railroad, and wife, who passed through here recently going north, are guests at the Maplewood hotel, Pitts field, Mass. L. L. Wooster of the Essex Savings bank killed and bagged about thirteen English snipe In Lower Cove bay this week, being the first killed there this season. The Edgewood baseball team will play Manager Thomas Heinemann's team from Walllngford this afternoon at 3:30 on the Westville grounds. .The Edgewood team will be as follows Sedg wick, p.; Cottrell, s.s.; Brennan.c; Cam eron, 3b.; Todd, 1. f.; Lautenbach, lb.; Farnham, c. f.; McHueh. 2b.; Grelst. r.f. 13 DEATH TO BABIES, T When Food Fails to Give Strength in Children Must' Now Eat Well and Digest Well tn Order to Live. Lactated Food tvlll Not Disagree with Any Child-Should Be Used. Don't take chances with the baby. These summer disorders, diarrhoea and cholera infsritum, come.wi'h a suddeune'ss and 'ogress from bad to worse with a rapidity that throws un prepared mothers into helpless confu sion. Every experienced nurse knows that it is of the utmost imrjortanoe to keen at hand laotated food as a substitute for baby's food, even when the child is fed at th breast. Often the heat so weakens the infant stomach or the nat ural milk fails, so that a partially di gested food,, such as lactated food, rnuct ds employed, that will burden the weakened stomach less and yet keep up the baby's strength. The irritated condition of the bowels is what leads to fatal diarrhoea when mothers persist in clinging to the same old diet despite the warnings that baby is not only not thriving, but in great danger of cholera infantum and diarrhoea that carries off so many infants, It is far easier to prevent these sum mer disorders by using pure, hlghlyj uounsning lactaiea xooa, When babies throw up their milk or when they are not keeping up their strength, especially during hot weather, it is piain mere is trouble with the food. Either the iood, if It is mother's milk, is poor in quality from long nursing or from the effects of the summer heat on the mother-?' or if the' child is weaned, the . infant stomach; weakened as it is by the high temperature, is irritated and oannot digest and assimilate suffi cient food to keep baby -strong and healthy! 'Physicians wnen called in such cases put the ohild on a dint of lactated food. Being a partially di gested food, as physicians call it, lacta ted food is more easily converted into vigorous blood than any other food upon which a child oan be fed. It is, in fact, the nearest possible substitute for healthy mother's milk. Its parts are well nigh identical with baby's ear liest and best food, -healthful breast milk. Babies that reem to mothers to. take "hardly enough nourishment to keep them alive" eat heartily when fed on laotated food, because that great objeot of a successful infant food has been thoughtfully attained, it pleases the infant taste and induces the Child to eat heartily. Babies are safely and readily weaned during the summer months on this splendid nutritive. And' for the same reason that lactated food is by far the best diet for young children, so It is peculiarly fitted to the needs of nursing mothers, as well as invalids who have slight euergy to extract strength and nutrition from ordinary coarse, hearty tJOd. , . . . Laotated food is used in all the large homes for children throughout the United States and Canada, and in fam ilies possessing every means for secur ing the best lor their children ; and yet it is easily within the reach of the most modest household in the land. A FRIEND IN NEED. BE. SWEET'S ,y ; INFALLIBLE LIMMENT. Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut, the (Teat Natural Bone b-h c t . - . - ,1... m M.M And is the best known remedy for Rheum. Ism, Neuralgia, Sprains. Bruises, Burns, Quia, Wounds and all external Injuries. , , . .. C. H.CONWaV. Proprietor, Polrsh Everything in the Dining-Room with Bon Ami The nod em CI per Cleans . . , Glassware, Mirrors, China, without Silverware, a Brass, Steel, scratch. and woodwork, "Perfect JJTD How to Attala It." A Wonderful New Medical Book.writUm for Men Only. One eopr may be had fret on application. ERIE MEDICAL CO. HUsam Squabs, BUFFALO. N.V. STEAM CARPET CLEANING. FACTORY. 12S, 130 and 1SS Water Street. Conn. Steam Carpet Cleaning Co., P. 0. Box 673. Orders by mall will receive prompt attention. O. B. SWAIN. V. W. LOWDEN. apJOtf Security Insurance Co. OF NEW HAVEN. OFFICE 87 CENTER STREET. Cash Assets July 1, 1894, 580,022.40. DIRECTORS: Chas. 8. Leete, Cornelius Plerpout, Jas. D. Dewell, A. 0. Wilcox, H. Mason, Joel A. Sperrr, B. 6. Stoddard, S. E. Merwin, Wo. B. Tyler. John WtMlUng, T. Attwater Barnes. CHAS. S. LEETE, H. MASON. . President, Secretary. J. D. DEWELL, H. C. FULLER, Vice President. Ass't. Secretary. Jaleod - . . BEECHER and BENNETT, Funeral Directors and Embalmera, No. 280 Elm St., Broadway Square. . tTPEN DAY AND. NIGHT. Telephone No. B76-S. Jy28 8m OF SUMMER MILLINERY. Handsomely Trimmed Bonnets and Round Hats AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Miss A. V. Byrnes, 1X32 CHAPEL STREET, Second door above York street. At a Good Restaurant You often order those delloate dishes with de ioious sauces, which you do not have at home. But did it ever occur to you that with Llebig COMPANY'S Extract of Beef, As a stock or basis, you could have those very disbe made in your own kitchen? Miss Maria Parloa Tells you how. 100 of her recipes sent postpaid by Dauchy 4s Co., 27 Park Place, new iun. rents for Conn.: Taleott, lartford. s B&W lm Frisble ft Co., Railway lip Tickets. w. AYlPTM!'ir.u.,Aa .n all nnln.. JLi Staterooms and berths secured in ad vance. . , ' Baggage called ror ana caeeea uesu nation. Aocldent insurance. Agency for Henry Gaze 9ogours. ' m Center street, Benedict Building. Telephone oall 407-4. aulOtt ALL BEADY for FALL TRADE. : Mdsontest stock: M Brnfit to New imi : Representing air the best styles from FIRST-CLASS NEW YORK MAKERS. Everything for Men, Young Men : and Boys Prices lower than eve before. iniuii 85 MUROM ST. Rev. E. W. Babcock, rector of Calvary Episcopal church st Btonlnatnn, has re signed. Durlnt his 'residence there many Improvements have been made in and about the church, the membership and attendance have steadily increased, and his work has been productive of crest good. It Is announced that he will accept a call to a large church In Pawtucket. He was formerly rector of the Church of the Ascension In this olty, and is most favorably remem bered here. gyopistons, Arc. D. M. WELCH & SOIL PLUMS and PEACHES. Last part of the season. Don't wait too long. To-day, Friday, Sept. 14th, We offer 100 basket Fancy Lombard, Damson and Green , Gage Plums, At only 60 cents basket. 100 baskets Peaches, 90o and 11.00 basket. Fancy large Juicy Lemons 10c dozen. " ' Oranges 80o dozen. Our fine gilt edge Creamery Butter 28o lb. A fine Tanle Butter 25 and 22o lb. The finest full Cream Cheese lOo lb. Olives, Olives, Olives. A full pint bottle of Olives for only 18o.( A Big Bargain. Say, have you noticed that our prices for Flour are 'way down 1 Remember this Is the season for Frank Parsons' Specialties : Sure Death to Waterbugs, "Good-bye" for Bedbugs and Ants, Fatal Food for Rats and Mloe, and Buffalo Death forCarpetbugsand Moths. The above goods sold with guarantee. D.M. WELCH & SON, . 28 and 80 Congress Avenue, Branches 116 Campbell Avenue, West Haven. 8 Grand Avenue, Fair Haven. Never Sold so Cheap Before. rpHE best steaks in the olty sold here at a day. Orders dclivsred at snort notice. You can buy here Turkeys, Ducks and Geese at cost prloes ; eome early, espeo!ally on Satur days, to avoid mistakes, as we deliver orders not later than 6:3) p. m. Remember we sell cheaper now than ever before, consequent on the dulness of thpse depressed times. Hespecttuny, E. BUHOEW BEKQEH & BON. DON'T DELAY YODB CANNING. The Season Will Soon be Over. We are receiving dally choice Jersey Peaches and Extra Fancy Native Crawfords and Whites. TO-DAY, Oreen Gage, Purple Gape and Damson Plums, Cucumbers for Pickling, Tomatoes, Green Peppers, etc. Greco Ginger Root. Mixed Soloes for Pickling. Raw Sugir. AT THE OLD STAND, E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st. Prices Lower ! ! Tariff gives puffs of allow- ance from a just received importation of CIGARS. GILBERT & THOMPSON. PRESERVING FRUITS. Peaches, Plums and Crabapples. A good assortment at popular prloes. HAKE NO, MISTAKE, Goods are sold as lotf here as they were for merly in the City Market. J. B. JUDSON, 807 Chapel street. Exchange Building. A Truthful Advertisement IT is true that' every purchaser of any of our line Teas has just saved ten cents on each pound-80o Tea for TOe, 70o for 8), 0)0 for 6 c, IHie for 40c. Our Teas and Coffees are equal to any in the olty. , Bryden's East Rook Tea Store, 878 State Street, near Edwards. " SUPERLATIVE." The Leading Bread Floor of the World. J. D. DEWELL & CO, v Wholesale Agents, 239 State Street, New Haven. nil llUj v Mil A Wash Your Face with i Bate sallMpUe, mtdicuul loUM sosp for diily use. It embodiei as far as soap can the soothing, heal- ing, preserving elements that soyears'practi. caf experience treating the Skin have proven' most beneficial. Druggists sell it A book ea Dtrautotonr who ory oaks, Woodbury's Facial Soap gducatiou. New Haven Conservatory of Music, 8 CHVBCU STRKKT. B. A. PARSONS. J. JEROME HATES. IOJjr Private Instruction Only. MISS Olil'ON and MISS NICHOLS, (Huooeasors to tho Mlssm Edwards,) If ILL reopen on Wedntwlay, BeuU ttilh, at TV 67 Elm Rtrnnt. thalr Ik. ftnhrtnl Girls. Primary, Intermediate and Aoadstnio Departments. Special students admitted. Col Inge preparation. Circulars with ooursns ol study furnished on application. au'U tin SCHOOL. 76 HOWK STREfeT. MISS Lena H. Nichols. Principal, reopem Monday. Sent. 17. Advunnarf Prlm.rv. and Kindergarten Departments, oral French in an. t-nvnte instruction also given, ami ill WEST RNIl IVSTITItTW Kft HILLHOUBK AVENUE. Mrs.andMlM Cady's Boarding and Day School reopens Wednesday, Uotnber Ud. Three Departments, Kindergarten, Intermediate and Institute, ror particulars inquire at the school, si lm THE MISSES CATLIN'S DAT School for Boys and Olrls will reopen Sept. ltfth at No. 10 Hume Place, an .Him FRANK H0TCHKISS 0SB0UN, rupuor wm.BnaKespeare, Londfm, Eng., Resume Lessons in Vocal Culture Wedneiday, Sept. 12th. ( au24 lm Boom ill, Insurance BulMlna. MECHANICAL DRAWING, PERSPECTIVE, MATHEMATICS, MECHANISM, ETC. Jf. K. HONEY, 179 Church street. Hartford offloe. Ballerstein Build'g. Addrou letters to New Havon offloe. aulS ly MISS IjEIGHTON'S school "ClOIt Boys and Girls reopens Thursday, JC Sept. 27. Three departments Grammar. Intermediate, Kindergarten, funny school rooms, thoroughly heated and Tntliatod. 101 UltUVE. Bltlt'bl, Sl0 28t opposite Hlllhouse avenue SCHOOL FOR BOYS. . (MR. GILE'S.) TheF all Term begins Tuesday, . September 4. For admission please call at the school rooms, Nos. 17 and 18, Insurance Building. anZl eodtf F. A. FOWLER'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC PIANO, Voice, Organ. Violin. Harmon-. Opens Sept. 4th. Among the teachers are F. A. Fowler, Franz Mllcko, Dr. John C. Griggs (Of Metropolitan College of Music, N. Y.,) and other competent assistants. Booms 8 and 9, (61 Chapel street. Lessons are alsn given at pupils' residence when desired. Send ror circular. sa nsw-im HOPKINS GRAIIAE, SCHOOL. Prepares boys thoroughly for Yale ODllegs and the Sheffield Scientific sohool. . The two hundred and thirty-flflh year of this histpriif SOtlQOl -Will begin-On .;!;(;', Thursday, Sept. 27, 1894, The rector, Mr. George L. Fox, will be al bis home, No. 7 College street, for consulta tion with parents, from 9 to 12 in the morning on and after Friday, Soptember 14, un II th opening of the sohool term. sH12t Soooud Seaaou DESSAUER-TR00STWYK SCHOOL OF MUSIC. Boftiutiin Sent. 4tb. 1894. . Alnorlnir and all Instruments will be taiiffhl uirter tne metnoas oi European jonflervmu frles. Instruction In Classes a specialty. Artdreis 781 Chapel Street. VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED BY ...." FARNHAM. ' Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Orders left at BRADLEY & D ANN'S. 406 State Street, ROH'T. VEITCH SON'S. 974 Chanel Street 1 LINSLEY, HOOT & CO.'S, 33 Broadway. Will receive prompt attention. P. 0. Address Box 855. Telephone 435-13. 7 and Other Diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and stomacn cured. Information Free which will Astound and Convince tne most SKepueai. No stamp necessary for Information. Address REV. DR. L. E. HALL, Pastor First Baptist Church, Hattlesburj, Miss. OR P. O. 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