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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 18!)4.
XotM of tarrtaM at ihaCborlM-raon. .Jotttngaef lata. Rev. JT. laaMltchell t thej Grand avenue Congregational church yUr day moroinf preached on "The Peopled and Mow' and Ood'a Idea of the Law of Life." Tha aubject taken by Rev. Dr. Bag of tha Grand avenue Baptist church wu somewhat almllar. Ha be gan a aerlea of aerroona on "The Chrli tlan'a Life," the flrat toplo being "The Outer Ufa." Tha dlscoune was panic ularly upon tha Idea of a higher aland ard of Christian living. Next Sunday evening tha aubject will be 'The Inner Life." Louts J. Bamberg, a member of tha church, who ha begun the study of tha mlnlatary, asalated In tha aervlcea and made a abort addresi before U-av Ing to-morrow for Crozlcr theological seminary. In connection with the service at the Second Congregational church last evening there was a special musical program. Besides the singing of the quartet Dr. D. A. Jones rendered two elections. . H. A. Fan-en gave an address before the T. M. C. A. yesterday afternoon, He baa recently returned from a vaca tlon trip of two months to Boston, Prov ldence and vicinage. L. J. Mundelln has been elected the recorder of East Rock lodge, A. O. y.w, The new order of evening service which has been printed In this paper was Introduced for the first time at the Grand avenue Congregational church last evening. It was very successful and will be much liked. Harry Fowle of Houston street haa returned from London, England, nav lnr visited his Barents for the first time in a number of years. In the fleet of coal carriers that ar rived at Providence last week were the Fair Haven built three-masters Charles L. Mitchell and Charles H. Valentine, Dr. D. J. Clark and family have re turned from their vacation. Mr. Clark who la pastor of the Old Stone charch, Breached in his pulpit yesterday. The East Haven selectmen have ap pointed D. W. Tuttle to fill the vacancy caused bv the death of Town Clerk Hemingway. Miles J. Barnes and his sister, Mrs. Sheffield, left last night for Westport, Nova Scotia. They were accompanied by their cousin, Ernest H. Potter. Mr. Barnes will be married next Thursday evening to Miss Cynthia L. Peters of Westport. A gang of about twenty men are at work taking down the Quinnipiac river railroad bridge. The material Is being taken to Guilford. Agent Dayton of Adams Express re ports business the best since the local office was opened. The sixth annual entertainment of East Rock lodge No. 88, A. O. U. W. will be given in Osborne hall Thursday evening, October 11. Tickets can be procured by members at the drug stores of Ezra Healy, Arthur Barnes and J. T. Hillhouse. ZOCAZ'XEWa JOTTIHG8. John . Stephen Day and Miss Edna Grace Reed will be -united In mar rlage at the Methodist phurch in West vllle this evening. Mr. Day has a re sponsible place with the postofflce in Philadelphia. The monthly meeting of th,e manag ers of the Toung Women's Christian as sociation will be held at the home this afternoon at S o'clock. Horace Johnson says: "From the 28th of the present month to the 3d of October we shall have a great general disturbance in the atmosphere, so that commanders of steamers and sailing vessels should be on the alert as It will sweep along the coast from Maine to Texas and Is likely to be felt across the ocean." In the matter of the democratic ticket, E. Shelton Cornell of this city is reported as saying that he could not accept a nomination for secretary of state, and Attorney George Pi- In- gersoll is now mentioned as the New Haven man for the ticket. A very Interesting meeting of the Keeley league was held at the league room, 701 Chapel street, last evening. The services were conducted by Dr. James W. Sweet, who has Just re turned from the national convention of Keeley leagues held at ' Colorado Springs, Col., and made an address. Captain Charles Ford, attorney-at-law of Ansonia, is visiting his brother, William Ford of Meadow street. cnanes Farnnam nas accepted a position with A. H. Slzer & Co., 719 Chapel street. Mrs. F. E. Burr and Misses Agnes and Iva Burr of Bristol, Professsor L. W. Harvey of Hartford and L. B. Mur ray of San Antonio, Tex., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Stevens of Dixwell avenue. Mrs. William Baldwin and daughter or this city are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mycock at Winsted.- Miss Mary Reynolds of Sherman ave nue left Saturday for New Tork. She Is to sail to-day on the Campania for Eurofle,' wfaere -she will 'spend the Winter months with her mother. ' James E. Kelly and family of lib Davenport' avenue have returned from Hunter, Greene county, N. T. ; Dr. Stephen G. Hubbard of 23 Col lege street has-returned from a trip abroad. ,v- Mrs. A. M. Sykes of 137 Wall street and. her daughter, Miss Alice Sykes, have returned from an extended tour through Europe. They left New Haven about the middle of June. ' t . C. T. Pennell of Wiliam Franklin & Co., has returned from a week's trip to Maine. " -. Mrs. Nelly M. Atwater of IBS Meadow street, who has been severely ill, is re covering. The new bridge over Water street crossing will be opened to travel to day and the Long Wharf crossing will be closed soon after. ' It is proposed to erect a board fence across the street leading over this crossing In yie near future, after which Long Wharf will be accessible by way of Brewery street only. : ' -i.i--- For the Danbury fair, which opens October 1, the Consolidated :TPad .will sell excursion tickets from this city with coupon of admission Into the fair grounds, at $1.75. A special. train .will leave this city over the Berkshire -division at 8:55 a. m., on October 4 and 5, and leaving Danbury. on the return at p. m. On October 1 and & ' fecial i train will leave Bridgeport at 8:30 no New Haven people can connect with It by taking the early morning train. At the meeting of Admiral Foot post on Saturday night P. E. Mo- Murray of O. N. Mitchell post of Flor ida and A. R. Dlnnan of Newark, N, J., were present and made addresses, James R. Allen Of 1135 Ctiapel street was mustered In. Mr. Allen waa member of Company B, Twenty-third New York cavaJry and served as first lieutenant Death of Henry Cooley. Ilartford, Sept. 22. Henry Cooley of MWldlutowii, father oj ex-Roprroeuta- tive Charles H., Edward 8. and Uvorgo E. Cooley of this city, died yenUjrday morulug In this olty at the rt-nlileuou of bis ou-ln-liiw, John C. Mather. TUo deceased was teveuty-nlue years of age and hit wife, with whont ho ha lived for lirty-neven years, survive mm, The burial will be in MliMli-towu on Mouduy, OH IT V A It . Albert L. Habeock. Albert L. Babcock, an aged and much esteemed and respected citlsen of West Haven, formerly of this city, died at his borne, 89 Third avenue, West Ha ven, yesterday morning. He had been ailing for about two years, but last summer he was much Improved In health, but two weeks ago he took cold, which settled Into bronchial trouble, which, with the complications of old age, caused his death. He was eighty two years of age. The deceased was born at Bloomlngrove, Orange county, N. Y. He removed to this city when quite young. He lived In Whltneyvllle for a time, whet-e his brother, the late Stephen C. Babcock, Jived. The late Stephen C. Babcock will be well remem bered in this city. He formerly held a prominent position with the Mallory- Wheeler company for a long time. Later he was with C. Cowles & Co. for fifteen years. Albert L. Babcock was a manufactur er of carriage plated hardware. Later he sold out to C. Cowles & Co. and was for fifteen years superintendent of the finishing department of that factory. After that he had a shop of his own on Greene street. . He gave up business about ten or twelve years ago and re tired upon a competency which he had acquired through his long business ca reer of nearly half a century. He was always a staunch republican In politics and had been for fifty years a Courier subscriber. He leaves a widow and three sons. His wife's maiden name was Miss Jane Beecher, daughter of Baldwin Beecher of this city. She Is a sister of Eugene A. Beecher of the Con necticut Savings' bank. His son, Lewis A. Babcock, Is a real estate agent and Is secretary of the Law and Order league and was former ly cashier and bookkeeper for W. J, Atwater for seventeen years. Another brother, who was formerly with the F, S. Bradley .Paper company of this city, is now a resident of Santa Maria, Cal, A sister of the deceased, Mrs. Dr.Marsh, is also a resident of Santa Maria. DEATH OF MRS. NORTON, WIFE OF JOEL S. NORTON. The many friends of Mr. Joel S. Nor ton, secretary of the W. E.-Judd-com pany on Howard avenue, will sympa thize with him in the loss of his estim able wife, who died at her home, 38 Sa lem street, on Saturday morning, after having been a sufferer from consump tion for about a year, aged thirty-six years. The deceased was a young wo man of rare virtues, a loving mother and dutiful wife, and she will be much missed in the home circle which she had ever brightened, even though her health was so poor. She was an active mem ber of Grace M. E. church, and the church will also keenly feel her death, She was the sister of ex-Councilman S. H. Barnes, and daughter of Mr. Wil liam H. Barnes. The funeral will.be attended from Grace church to-day' at 2 o'clock, and a large number of people will follow her to the last resting-place in Mapledale cemetery, where the in terment takes place. - MBS. MARION LEONARD OHATTEBTON. Mrs. Marion Leonard Chatterton, wife of F. Joseph Chatterton of this city, died at her home, 173 Blatcft- ley avenue, Fair Haven, last Saturday after a four weeks' illness with ma-' larlal fever. She was attended by Dr, Walker and all that medical science could do was dome to save her life. But it was of no avail. She was a mem ber of St. Paul's church and was a lady respected and esteemed by all who knew her. Rev. A. Douglass Miller, rector of Grace P. E. church, will probably offi elate at the funeral services, which will be held in the cemetery chapel in Springfield, Mass., where the inter ment will take place, and in which place the deceased formerly re sided. - a '. Her husband, F. Joseph Chatterton, Is a foreman at Sargent's, which posi tion he has filled for many years. WAS FORMERLY OF WE8TFIELD, MASS. The Springfield Republican says of the late C. W. Fuller of this city, who died suddenly Friday last: "The death of Charles W. Fuller.aged fifty-eight, a former well known citizen of Westfleld, at his home in New Haven early yesterday morning, will be a source of much, surprise and regret to his many friends in town.- Mr. Fuller was taken with a severe attack of grip last January, which developed into or ganic heart trouble, and his death ves- terday, although very sudden, was more or less expected. He was in town in July visiting his son, Wlllard S. Fuller, and while there was examined thor oughly by a local doctor, who -said at that time that Mr. Fuller would die 'sud denly. Mr.- Fuller , went to Westfleld from Vernon. Conn., in 1882, and was employed at the H. B. Smith company's works on Main street, where he had the contract for making the air valves for the steam radiators made by the company. He left town fiye years ago, woen ne wem to ew iiaven, conn.. and had since been' connected with a hospital at that -place. Mr. Fuller leaves a widow,-his second wife, a brother, Irad Fuller of Philadelphia, formerly of Westfleld, and an only non, Wlllar 8. Fuller, shipping clerk at the H. B. Smith Main street foundry. Mr. Fuller while a resident of Westfleld was a member of the First Congregational ohurch and also of Metacoavet tribe of ea Men." ;j -i COVMT MSCOKD, superior Court-Civil Blde-Jndge Wbaelor The' first short calendar session of the fall and winter term of this court was held Saturday, with Judge Wheeler of Bridgeport on the bench and trdn siderallo business of Importance was transacted. Hereafter short calendar days will be Friday, but last week It was held on Saturday, owing to the fact that Judge Wheeler was holdlig a criminal court In New London 'on Friday. An allowance of $30 was granted Mrs. Annie Clark of Merlden to defend herself against the divorce suit brought by her husband, L F. Clark. A motion to have the divorce suit of Bernlce Smith against Jeremiah Smith referred to a state referee was denied and the case will be heard In open court. The allegation contained In the complaint Is Intolerable cruelty. Permission was granted to the Amerl can Needle ft Fish Hook Co. of Ar tisan street to change its name to the American Fish Hook company, as the concern has stopped the manufacture of needles. Receiver Charles 8. Merslck of the defunct Ansonia Electric company was authorized to compromise a claim of 18,000 held by the Elmlra Illuminating company against the Ansonia concern for 13,000. The two libel suits recently brought by Blanche Bldwell Lincoln of this city against her father-in-law, Wil liam H. Lincoln, and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Grace Haines, wife of George Haines, bookkeeper at F. M. Brown's, came before the court on a motion on the part of the plaintiff for special ball. Judge Wheeler after hearing both sides ordered bail to the amount of $3,000 furnished in each case within two weeks. These cases were assigned for trial: Wednesday, Ansonia vs. Cooper; and Holllster, trustee, vs. White, guardian, et al. After these assignments had been made the court adjourned until to-morrow morning, when another ad journment will be immediately taken to Wednesday. At the annual bar meeting of the New Haven county bar, which pre ceded the session of the court, Attor ney John W. Ailing presided. The fol lowing offloers were re-elected for the ensuing year on motion of Attorney T. H. Russell: President, John W Ailing;; vice president, Henry Stod dard. After Oliver P. Merrltt of Dan bury had, on motion of James T. Moran, been admitted to the bar, Clerk Anketell administering the oath the session adjourned. City Conrt Criminal Side Indue CalJUian Comfort S. Farren, breach of the peace, continued until September William Hurd, arson, continued until September 27; Charles W. Van Lue, James F. Van Lue, theft, thirty days In Jail and costs; Frank Burke, drunk, thirty days In Jail, $7.88 costs; begging, thirty days In jail; Clifton Van Lue, reform school complaint, continued on til October 29; Frank Williams, - drunk, thirty days in jail, $7.88 costs; breach of the peace, four months In Jail; beg ging, nolle; James Carney, drunk, $5 fine, $5.42 costs; vagrancy, $5 fine; Hein Morris, breach of the peace, continued until September- 29; Joseph Boenig, breach of the peace, continued until September 27; Frank J. Miller and Samuel Howard, begging, thirty days in Jail, $5.42 costs; William Muldoon, non-support, bond of $150 ordered to secure payment of $3 a week; George Brockett, breach . of the peace, $5 fine, $5.42 costs; Edward Hackett, re form school complaint, continued until October 17; John McKeon, reform school complaint, continued until September 24; John Manning, reform school com plaint, continued until October 20; James Rabanus, county home com plaint,, committed; Michael Cummlngs, breach, of the peace, -Judgment sus pended. walzia'gforv. The committee appointed at the re cent special meeting visited the Horace Austin farm Saturday and looked over the proposed additional water shed for Paugh pond. There seems to be no doubt that the farm can be utilized at a comparatively small expense, out side the cost of the purchase of the farm. Itself, to advantage to Increase the source of water supply, and from the present condition it is evident that .some steps must be taken to increase the suDDly to Jceep up with the increas in idemand.The committee are not yet ready to makie any report. The business outlooK at present is decidedly more favorable. The dealers throughout the country appear to nave Regained more confidence, and are Buy ing more freely and are stocking up for the fall and holiday trade. If their cus tomers will buy. the goods then more will be ordered from the manufacturers, and business will continue to improve, If not, then the business times will be short lived. Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co. ko on to ten hours to-day, and at Wal laces the plating department is run ning twelve hours a day. A row boat owned by Thomas Down- "ey of Cherry street wenrover;the Com munity dam Baturaay, owing to nign water, and was lying bottom side up under the falls and the heavy body of water falling upon it stove in the bottom. r.-v. ' 'Colonel and I" is booked for the opera house for Thursday evening. The company is a first class one and the play Is one of the most pleasing on the boards. , Prot Stevens of Tale, and wife, were the guests of Judge Hubbard Sunday. . The long haired fakir that has been working the state fair in Merlden with his corn and wart cure was on Main street Saturday evening, and astonish ed the crowd by his cotton eating act , The Wallingfords did not go to - Tor- rlngton Saturday evening, having re ceived a telegram late Friday evening not to come up. , ' ; ; - - A.B.Plxley has given np his proposed trip to the white mountains.' Mrs.Plx- ley and daughter will 'arrive home in a'fewdays. ,-.'-,: v.- .': n The admission to the agricultural fair will be twenty-five centfc. .;; : ,. M. K. Thomas Is the delegate from Friendship encampment, l. '0.0. F..t0 the gxd.enicajnpmet,.. : .-; . Mrs. ir. u Jtsannoiomew nas gone on v Why do 500,000 People take Bovinine every year? Because in disease ordinary foods are not assimilated, and thousands would starve in the Jiidst of plenty for the want f a suitable food. Because BOVININE . The Original Raw Food s the only raw laeat food con iensed by a cold process by vbich all the nutritive ele aients of selected beef are preserved in exceedingly pal itable form and ready for immediate use, and : Because it is prescribed and recommended by more physi cians than any other food lenown to the profession. Sold by all draeelsta. THE BOVININB O.. N8W TORK. A P. BCBR & Co., MSPenrl itwt, lloston. Now England niPnts. a trip to Boston and other cities in Massachusetts. The sorrel mustang that has become such a familiar feature upon the street, and owned by Dan Mitchell, Is no more. It dropped dead Saturday evening. One of Charlie Hall's horses shared the same fate during the night Baptist Bible Aiunclntlon. The New Haven County Baptist Bible association, of which I. I. Gardner of this olty is president, will hold its nine teenth annual convention at First Bap tist church, in New Haven, on Thurs day, October 4. Rev. E. W. Hasted and Rev. W. Q. Fenneil are booked for addresses, the former at the afternoon and the latter at the evening session. Dealing In Itealty. William J. Judd of this city has pur ohased from Frederick A. Gilbert of Boston, formerly of thiB city, the prop erty at the corner of Orchard and F,lm streets. The lot has a frontage of 60 feet on Elm street and a depth of 150 feet on Orchard street. At Kpworth M. K. Church. Large congregations were present at all of the services at the Epworth church Sunday. The people of this church are full of hope, and great things are being planned by the pastor and members of the church. Sunday, October 14, will be observed as "rally day" by the church and Sun day. school. The pastor. Rev. R. X, Cooper, ana the Sunday school super intendent, Mr. William E. Camp, de sire to see every church member and Sunday school scholar present at the Interesting day. Not one whit behind the brethren, the ladies of the church are planning a Cape Cod supper and a lecture on "Every Day Life Among Cape Cod Folks," by the pastor, which Is to be held under the auspices of the Ladles' Aid society, Wednesday evening, Sep tember 26. Supper will be served from 6 to 8 o'clock, and the following is the menu: Clam soup, clam chowder, lob ster, salmon and potato salad, escalop- ed oysters, pickles, spoodled haddock, cranberry sauce, biscuit, cake, pie and coffee. All the materials direct from Cape Cod. Everybody Invited. Historical Society to Meet. The New Haven Historical society will resume Its monthly meetings to night, when a paper will be read by Dr. Frederick D. Hoadley, entitled., "The Epidemic or lenow never injfewHa venlnl794." ' Bound Over for Argon. . In Hamden, Saturday,: George W Green was tried before Justice W. 8. Day on the charge of setting fire to his house In order to secure 500 insurance and bound over to the superior court under bonds of $500. As he could not secure a bondsman he was sent to Jail. Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Dys entery, Diarrhoea, and all com olaints prevalent in the Rum mer, are quickly cored with PAIN KILLER This good old remedy, kept in the house, will savei mnnv sleeolesa niehts. manv dollars in aocior s dius, ana no ena oil i , i !.v:n. , .. . - sanenne. It is absolutelvhnrm- less aod can be given to chil dren with perfect safety. Get a hnttl tn-dav. Th nnoAfiKr j -.a.jMi. has been doubled, but the price remains tne same. 4x . - FnpVM Court? ' f. .; fttWT DAVIS 4 SON. ". Providence), R.1. (tope eiMXAHTici rom worn. New Haven la fortunate la being on of the few cities In America possessing a gymnasium exclusively for women, the Anderson gymnasium on York street being the place. It la here that the young ladles will find not only an opportunity to develop their bodies and to acquire that ease, grace and self- confidence which Is so desirable, but also to obtain the education that will prepare them to teach gymnastics. During the past five years there has been a great demand for women compe tent to give Instruction in physical training. The Anderson twirmal school of gymnastics Is the leading school in America, Its graduates holding some of the finest positions In universities, col leges and preparatory schools. Last May seventeen young women graduated from this Institution, and of this num ber fourteen have been placed as fol lows: Miss Pauline Bauer of Kensington, Conn., goes to the University of Wiscon sin as director of physical training for women. Miss Bertha J. Ives, daughter of Ho barf B. Ives of this city, has been ap pointed manager of the Anderson gym nasium. Miss Anna Judson of Whitney avenue haa been appointed instructor of gym nastics In the same school. Miss Ella Morse of New Haven goes to Western Reserve university at Cleve land, O. Miss Jennings of Norwalk, Conn., takes the Norwich free academy. Miss Darby of Pennsylvania goes to the state normal school at Shlppens burg, Pa, Miss Hecker of Ohio goes to a private gymnasium at Hamilton, O. Miss Clark of Brooklyn, N. T., goes to Topeka, Kan. Miss Hewitt of Connecticut goes to Kansas City. Miss Canfleld of Vermont will take charge of the work for women at Cor nell university. Miss Blood of Connecticut will take the gymnasium at Westerly, R. I. Miss Barrows of Michigan will take charge of the work in the ladles' semi nary at Oxford, O. Miss Chase will teach In New Tork city. Miss Kate Coburn of this city will teach In Hartford. The older graduates have taken these schools: Miss Anderson, a sister of Dr. Ander son, has been appointed director of phys ical training for women at the Chicago university, where Mr. Alonzo Stagg, the Tale athlete, has charge of the men. Miss Maud March of Philadelphia has been appointed to the Leland Stanford university. . Of the last year's junfor class Miss Fuller of New Tork state goes to the state, normal school at Fredonia, N. T. The present classes In the normal de partment will be the largest ever en rolled, the members coming from the north, south and west. Connecticut will be well represented. Besides the normal classes there are others for married women, young la dles, misses, children and also for boys up to sixteen years of age. ' Mr. Henry S. Anderson, the Instructor In gymnastics at Tale, will have charge of the boys. He has had many years' experience, is a strict disciplinarian, and withal very popular with the lads. The beautiful gymnasium at 307 Tork street is well equipped and all classes will be under the supervision of Dr. Anderson. Miss Bertha Ives will look after the welfare of the ladies and children and will be the associate director. A Company Shoot. The Sarsfleld Guard held a shoot at the Quinniplao range for prizes Saturday. The company's prize medal was won by Captain J. J. Kennedy. The score: 200 yds. 600 yds. Captain J. J. Kennedy 28 31 Lieutenant Klynn 27 n Lion tenant J. F. Pluokett.... 25 27 Sergeant Began 24 Si Corporal Dunn 20 S) Private Healy 1 SO 5oap1111? IT. FLOATS is mot lost fHE PROPTER GAMBLE OO. CIHTI. A PAINLESS CUBE FOB Tjfinnr (liim IFnrntiiTifi Mm ni all Urno MMWVi VfWIUJ V1 KU1SVI VVUU1J1U UUU UAA IflUht Afflll VUMUBf IS ASsUKED 1'UJfi ' Bellinger German Remedy Company. Adopted by the HOUDIHRS' HOSPITAL BOARD of Connecticut. OFFICE OB INSTITUTE GENERAL OFIICE, Room 6, Hoadley Bnlldlng, i9 CHUKCH STREET, SHW HAVEN, CONN. B. a LEWIS, M. D., Praident. on Or. Toft's ASTHMAIEIE contain no opium or otharl anodyne, but destroys tha SDeciflo asthma nniann In the blood, giT . night's sweet sloop so that yon need not neglect toot m ot sua or am amgzMO at. i u OzONlZEjPTUJjJ uaiacou It will bo noticed by peoplo taking Slocum's Oioniretl Cod Liver Oil and Guuiacol thnt after a week or two their appetites will commence to improve. Why is thin ? Hccauae tbo Guaimul do (troys the poisonous Bacteria which arc present in tlio stomach and the blood of consumptives, and impairing their appe tite and digestion. Jly destroying thete Bacteria we gitt Xaturt an opportunity to r4ttablih the original htalXliy condition of the tiuet. A perfect remedy for consumption. Pleasant to take. Send for Book on Ozone, mailed free. Prepared by T. A. Slocmn Co., Hew lorL rvi IRON-TONE " (NON-AICOHOUC) The ideal Tonic Beverage for Nerve, Brain and Blood, on draught at tha principal soda fountains at 5c per glass. Bottles Extract Magiclron Tone for home use, 25c. One f bottle makes a quart of the best Iron Tonic Syrup In the world. Delicious in lea water. Will keep indefinitely. Does not affect the teeth. rok SALC BV DRUGGISTS AND CONFECTIONERS " The secret of my strength is perfect digestion. I use the Genuine Johann Hoff's Malt Extract, and find that it greatly aids me in the proper assimila tion of food." . Beware of imitations. The uine must have the signature of on neck label. Eisner & Mendelson CoM Solo Agents., New York. in the tub. TREATMENT, m desired. RlVERfiTIlR TVSTTTTTTP. . . ' 66 Fifth Bttect, DEEBT, CONN E M .GBIBWOLD.H. D Bupt. TJaceiDTTTama'anT and COKfiHl Post-offloe address we mail trial bottle sm m tm toTontiUktrHEL ASTHMALENE bussineas or alt no will and does car asthma! taft not. sjEDieme eo.. nciiEtm. . v. With u AGIC HEAT. YOTJB HOUSE ; With the celerbated Mahony Boiler. BMarii or Hot Water, Direct or Indirect Radiation. ALSO HOT AIR FURNACES. Driyn Wells a specialty. Engineers' Snppnes. Firakolass work guaranteed. Factory Work soli cited. Personal attention given to modernising defective plumbings. SHEAHAN & GBOAKK, Steam Fitters and Plumbers. , Telephone 4048 ; 285 and 27 Stats Street ' n- TB.V THOUSAND DOLLARS' .WORTH OP" NEW DREES OOODS. ri'UCllA8Efil j FOR ,w TUB NEW store; .WILL BE SOLD AT COST. FTVB 1 THOUSAND DOLLARS' WORTH ' OP FLANNELS, BLANKETS, COMFORTABLE sT WILL BE . SOLD AT COST. '. FOUH ' ' THOUSANH DOLLARS WORTH OP t, ' NEW " LACE3 .WILL BE SACRIFICED -AT : cosTy- rrwENTTi : THOUSAND DOLLARS' WORTH OF LADIES' ' AND , GENT'S BOSIERX . AND (UNDERWEAR ALL BOUGHT! FOR THE , NEW ' STORE, SELLING NOW . IN I ; .THE- ; OLD ' BTORE) AT COST. WEN McIHTYRE & GO., 837 and 839 Chape! Street, Ngxxt Haven. Qti i liBccUaucows. Financial Trouble Has caused many firms to countermand goods that were in the process of be ing made. We have fust AitflivAi A'ImA f. I 4 tail ."y. I. They are Ladies' Dongola Button, made to sell fot $2.50. We have them at a price which will sell them rapidly $1.87. 851 Chapel Street. f Bright's Disease, Diabetes, and Other Diseases of tha Kidneys, b adder and stomach cum , Information Free which will Aatow4 and Convince the Host Bkeptloal. No stamp neoessnr for Information. Adarsas HJ V. DR. L. E. HAXiI Pastor First Baptist Qiareh, ' Hatttesbusct BBm. ' ... - on " P. O..BQX No. 700, New Orteara-L name paper. . 3Tfc mum 1M11 Itatolw,