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NEW HAVI Ji MORNING JOUKNA L AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, JULY 1 0, 1895.
foMrual autt (Courier NEW HAVEN, CONN. Thbeb Months, $1.60; One Month, 60 cents; Onjb Week, 15 cents; Singm copies, 8 cents. Wednesduy, July lO, 18i)5. tiJSir AOVUUTISEMISNTH lO-UAY. Thilly Clint Mnllov, Neolv&Co. 1 KHtate Tueron E. Bubinaon Probato Notice, Fruit Syrups E. E. Hall & Son. Furniture H. B. Armstrong & Co. Viosli Fish Grand Avenue Fish Boat. Urand Shopping Hmpoiium k'.M. Brown & Co. India Silks Chas. Mouxon Co. .Lost Poiketbouk 117 Orantre Street. Iiost Pooketbnok This Ollloe. Previous to Inventory E. Mulntyre & Co. Proposals Hoard of Soleotinen. Prices Are Kitrlit Howe & Stetson. Boot's Quaker Bread At Grooers. Hhakers' Cordial At Druggists. Wosleyan Aoademy Hev. W, B. Nowhall. Wuutea-Plot-Box 51), City. Wanted Salosmen 840 Chapel Street. Wanted Girl 115 Trumbull Street. WtAl HKU KKCOKJU. agricultural department, Oitice ok the Chief Ct tub Weather Bureau, Washington, 1). C, July 9, 1895, 8 r. m. Forecast for Wednesday For New Hamp Bblre, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut: Jfatr, cooler, northwesterly winds. Local Weather Beport. , JOB JULY 9, 1895. . 8 ' ? A.M. P.M. Barometer.... 29.77 29.TO Temperature 71 7i Jtei. Humidity 100 70 Wind Direction S N WlndVeloolty 3' 8 Weather Foggy Cloudy Mean temperature. 75. Max. temperature. 8:!. Min. temperature. 68. Precipitation .18 inoues. Max. velocity of wind. 8-K: Accumulated deiloieuoy of dailv mean tem perature since uanuary 1. 11 dearrees; or an average daily defloieuoy of .1 degree. Total defloieuoy lnprecipltationsinoe Janu ary 1, 7.94 inches. D. G. MYERS. Observer. Note. A minus sign ) prefixed to ther mometer readings indicates temperature be low zero. A "X" in connection with rainfall Indicates a trace of rainfall too small to measure. Snow is melted and resulting depth of water not known; Have it Sent to You. During the summer the JOURNAL & COURIER will !be sent, postage paid, tor 60 cents a month and the address changed as often as desired. LOVA.1, HEWS. f rlei Mention. A farm; wanted R. E. Baldwin. High water to-day at 12:57 p. m. A trolley road Is soon to be built to connect Norwich and New London. Mrs. Frank Seeley of this city Is visiting her parents la South Meri den. John Young and family of New Brit ain are spending a few weeks at Morris Cove. Prof. Gustave Gsruener of aYle col lege is the guest of H. D. Taft in Wa tertown. , Mrs. O. B. North of 604 Chapel street " leaves for Lakeville, Conn., this week for the summer. Seven members of old Schiller, now defunct, were admitted into Ezel lodge, K. of P., last evening. D. H. Carter of Derby has entered the employ of the Halsted & Harmount Co., lumber dealers, this city. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sessions of Bristol start Friday for the Thousand Islands, where they will remain during July. Mrs. Frank E. Duffy of this city is spending a few days at his grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Potter of Plain ville. , L. W. Cogswell, court stenographer and attorney of this city, Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Cogs well in New Preston. Frank J. Nugent, the tenor singer of St. Mary's choir, Derby,, has accepted the position of organist of St. John's R. C. church, this city. Mr. and Mrs. FreGerfclr Vincent and daughter Maud of this city have been (the guests of their grandparents, Mr. . and Mrs. D. G. Potter, in Plainville, the . past week. The marriage of Miss Nellie Cashman, of Kensington to William F. Tierney of this city will take place at St. Paul's church, Kensington, this morning at 10:30 o'clock. Dr. Robs' celebrated stallion pacer, Allmyown, having a record .if 2:24-,4, died on Sunday night from a compli cation of diseases. The animal was by Alcyone, irecord 2:27,, dame Recompense toy Aristos by Daniel Lembert. Patrick Kane, employed in the rail toad shops, fell from a fifth story win dow to the ground early yesterday TOo-ming at his home, 125 Congress ave nue. Five of his ribs were broken by the fall. He was removed to the hos pital. The Bristol copper and silver mine is to be closed, not proving profitable. The New Britain Herald gives a history of this mine and its vicissitudes and says that it was opened! in 1850 and that years ago President Nott of Union col . Jege was interested in the concern and Professor Dana of Yale also had an interest in it. Governor Coffin late yesterday after noon signed the Hartford city and town consolidation bill. A dispatch says: "As action upon it had been delayed an impression had gained ground in Hart- ford that the governor would not sign it. It appears that the delay was be cause the governor had his hands full of business." As a car was returning from Savin Rock last evening some quarrelsome excursionists got into a heated dispute and a young lady named Anna Ward, living on Summer street, fell in an epileptic fit. Her sister, who was with her, had her carried to the home of a friend on Portsea street when the car arrived there. A passenger of car 47 of the West Ha ven electric road says that an inebriat ed man was forcibly put off the car last evening at about 9:30 near West river bridge by the conductor for refusing t pay his fare, and that the man struck on his head in the road and lay there until he was later picked up by some passers-by and assisted into the city. George R. Stone, agent here for the Continental Building and Loan associa tion of Minneapolis, has notified stock holders her that the company has sus tained heavy losses and that it s nec essary to make reductions in the value of stock. This reduction, he says, will be on a basis of about 50 cents on a dol lar. There is quite an amount of stock held here. COXNECTICVT AT 1IOSTOX. Arrangement for the Big Convention TbU Week. The fourteenth International conven tion to be held in Boston July 10-15, Is really going to be the "best yet." Con necticut will be represented by about 1.200 delegates. About 400 New Haven ers will attend. They will be enter tained in the vicinity or iierneiey tem ple, corner of Berkeley street and War- rpn ifivnnn. anrl tat thft "Rtwnnlds hOUSO. Both these places are within a few min utes' walk of the convention hall. Tne averncrpi rata for rooms only in private families will be from 50 to 75 cents a person, and 'at the hotel tl or $1.50 per persow, not Including meals. On Monday, July 15, there will be pil grimages to Bunker Hill, Faneufl hall, Cambridge, etc., where lectures win De delivered. Following the convention thfm will be sneclal excursions to Con cord, Salem, Plymouth, White Moun tains and Portland. Many of these trips cost less than $1. Arrangements have been made with the New York, New Haven and Hart ford railroad, so that nearly the entire rlfvlpe-ntlnn. from the state will foe able to go together. Those from Hartford will leave at 11:40 Wednesday, JUiy iu, by way of the Valley road and Shore Line. Enlarging the Plant. Whitlnsvllle, Mass., July 9. Work on the excavations for the foundation of the large addition to be built to the Paul Whitin Manufacturing company's plant at Northbrldge, has begun. The new addition will be about 200 feet long, about 100 feet wide, four stories high, built of brick with granite trimmings. The total length of the plant when the addition is completed, will be about 500 feet. Seven hundred looms will be placed in the addition, making a total of 1,600. Five new boilers will also be placed in the mill. .The estimated cost of the improvements will be $250,000. Fifty new tenements will be built at Northbridge. These big improvements will make the Paul Whitin Manufactur ing company's plant one of the largest cotton plants in this section. It also means an addition of 500 persons to the population of the town. thief snoors unmuiT. FItzroy'g Desperate Chase After a Burglar Both Were on Bicycles The Sheriff's Wound May Itesult Fatally. Greenwich, July 9. Sheriff Fitzroy, who gained a wide reputation in run ning downi Rogers, the polite burglar who robbed Miss Tibbie Wight here and made her take an oath on the Bible that she would not inform the police. was probably fatally injured at 3:30 o'clock this morning while running down a burglar. Dr. Edward N. Judd, who lives oni La fayette avenue, was awakened soon af ter 3 o'clock this morning by a noise in his dining room. He arose and looking out of a rear window saw a stranger running across his lawn and through the yard of his neighbor. The stranger had a bicycle under his arm, which he soon mounted and made off on the Bos ton turnpike toward Glenville. The doctor made an investigation and found that a quantity of his silverware was mining, together with a bicycle. Sheriff Fitzroy lived but a short dis tance from the Judd residence, and the doctor immediately went there and in formed him. The sheriff is an expert bicycle rider and Jumping on his wheel started in pursuit of the thief. It had rained during the night and the streets were thick with mud. The sheriff followed the track of the bicycle toward Glenville, some three miles distant, and at the bottom of a steep hill came upon the culprit, who had met with an accident in crossing a bridge, and attempted to take him into custody. The thief crawled under the bridge. and when the sheriff went to look for him he was met by a volley of shots from a revolver. Fitzroy returned the fire, but his pistol failed to respond at the important moment, and the thief succeeded in sending a bullet into the sheriff's temple. Fitzroy fell back unconscious, but came to in a few moments and saw tfie fellow scaling the fences in the direc tion of Portchester. Covered with blood and weak, the sheriff overtook the thief In a corn field, put the handcuffs upon him and brought him to the Greenwich jail. -. The burglar had with him a bundle of silverware taken from Dr. Judd's residence, and some silver spoons and knives which he had taken from the residence of Solomom Wolfe, who lives on Lafayette place, adjoining the Judd residence. Fitzroy, though severely injured: brought bis man to the jail and was af terward taken to Dr. Holly's office. Sev eral other physicians were called in, but no trace of the bullet could be found The physicians think the wound is se rious. The prisoner is to have a hearing at 1 o'clock this afternoon. When the news of the shooting became known a crowd swarmed about the jail and it was with difficulty the officers prevented a lynch ing. The fellow gave his name as William Dean, and said he lived in Portchester. No such man is known there. Several burglaries have been commit ted in Greenwich during the past few weeks, and the manner in which the operators went about the work suggests to the police that this is one of the gang. At 2 o'clock this morning the station at Rye was broken open. The operator was beaten and the money drawer rob bed of $50. The burglar's description tallies exactly with that of the fellow in the Greenwich jail. It is thought that the culprits who are doing this work along the Connecticut shore are an organized gang, whose headquarters are a pirate sloop which has been noticed about the sound for several weeks past. Kiverside Park Races. There are to be several races at the Riverside Driving park on Thursday af ternoon of this week. Frank P. Clark will drive his well known mare. Miss Alice, for a mile, and other well known horses, will be seen. Fast Run From New Haven. Engineer William Dellert, with en gine 227, one of John Henney's manufac ture, and Fireman McNulty, brought in the 12:40 express from New Haven yes terday afternoon, fifty-one miles in forty-nine minutes. They were twelve minutes late cut of New Haven and four minutes out of Shore Line junction. J New London Telegraph. A Kf.VB ACT ArriiKClATKD. Resolution Passed l.at Mght by tbo Mai- ley, Nealy & t o. Athletlo Club. At a meeting of 'he athletio club of the clerks of Malley, Neeiy & Co., held last evening, a resolution which ex presses the sentiments of all the clubs was passed. It is a follows: Reolved, That we, the employes of Messrs. Malley, Neely & Co., In meet ing assembled, desire to express our sincere appreciation and hearty thanks to the firm for their kindly thought and regard for our welfare and happiness in extending to us, Friday, July 5, 1S95, as a holiday; thus enabling us to enjoy two consecutive days, of rest and recrea tion. The usual outing of the clerks, which has heretofore been held at Lake Whit ney, will take place this year at Roton Point on Friday next. li the Baby Is Cutting Teeth, Be sureand use that old and well-tried remedy, irs. winsiow s Booming syrup tor eimuron tcothlnilt soothes the ohlld.sol'tcns tluiKuma. allays al pain, cures wind colic and is tlio best remedy iror uiarrnueo. so coins a douio. ii in w i anu w line It lu Time. Catarrh starts In the nasal passages, affecting eyes, ears and throat, and is in fact, the great enemy of the mucous membrane. Neglected colds in the head almost Invariably precede catarrh, causing an excessive flow of mucous, and if the mucous discharge becomes interrupted the disagreeable results of catarrh will follow, such as bad breath, severe pain across forehead and about the eyes, a roaring and buzzing sound in the ears and oftentimes a very of fensive discharge. Ely's Cream Balm is the acknowledged cure for these troubles. julO 3teod ltw J. J. Kraft, Merchant Tailor, 80 Center St For the next 60 days, a discount of 10 per cent, will be given on all sales, In order to close out our Summer Stock, and to make room for Fall importa tions. Hundreds of Cats At Madison Square Garden, and air pure and sweet. Imperial Hygenique Fluid was used exclusively. Druggist or 840 Chapel street. When Yon Are Ready. To clean house send for us to take up. clean and relay your carpets. Nothing is so detrimental to good health as unclean carpets. By sending your car pets to the Forsyth company you are assured of having them returned to you as clean as new carpets. aplS tf When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria Our one object in the business world is to convince the resi dents of New Haron of the sin cerity of our efforts to conduct a first-class business upon sound and established business principles. To offer the best, as, for in stance, in Trunks, at prices that are bound, in themselves, to interest and attract the ex perienced buyer. BROOKS & CO., Chapel and State street? Spring Chickens (BROILERS), Spin DeIeis, Spalis, Spring Lamb, Native Peas aud String Beans, Cucumbers and Squash. Telephone call, 571-3. JACOB F. SHEIFFELE, 409 STATE STREET. On All Kinds of Plain White CROCKERY A Discount of 20 Per Cent. "VtTlXIi bo allowed from the regular cash T T price umu JUiy loin, at ROBINSON & CO. 90 CHURCH STREET. The large Stock of STERLING BELTS Now at SILVER THAU'S Jcwclrv Store. Shirt Waist Buttons, Links, otc, at irreat ly reduced prices. Now is the time to purchase DIAMONDS At summer prices. Call aud look at our stock. We a' e he id quarters for Wedding Gifts. 790 Chapel Street. Established 49 years. PFAFF & SON. MUSHROOMS, HOT HOUSE TOMATOES, HOT HOUSE . CUCUMBERS. CAPONS, CAPONS. Muscofy DUCKS Muscovy 7 and 9 Church si 1 52 Portsea sL New Uaven, Wednesday, July 11, 1803. The weather to-day Likely to be fair. TEIKPnONH No,aiJ. The Pocket Kodak. A brand new perfect little five-ounce picture-taker, no bigger than a good fat purse, but as well made and as accur ate as a seventy-five dollar camera. Exactly the thing for vaca tioners of all sorts, experi: enced or novice. No plugs, or lense-caps to lose. No extra levers. No complica ted mechanism. Simple and reliable. The price is $5.00. Once see it and its specimen photographs, and you'll want it. The Clock Department. Silk-slide N0.3. An at tractive collection of Black Brocaded Taffeta Silks, beau tifully designed and very lus-' trous. Two prices on this lot : 68 and 75 cents a yard. Main Entrance, Left Aisle. Ribbons and Hats. 1000 yds. of Black Satin and Gros Grain Ribbon, and Gros Grain Rose . , Bud Dresden Ribbon, 2 to 3 inches wide, all silk at 10c. a yd. your choice. Were 20c. a yd. Fine Milan Sailor Hats, sold all the season at 75 c. each, drop to 50c. eich. White Leghorn Hats for Ladies, Misses and Children, 50 cents each for very fine quality. Millinery Par.ors. 1 ' For prickly heat, or hives, or mosquito bites use any of the following soothers and healers. , Witch Hazel 1-2 pints, 10c. Tints, 15c. Quarts, 28c. ' Almond Cream, 25c. a bottle. White Clover Cream, 19c. a bottle. Hind's Almond Cream, 35c. a bottle. Stewart's Almond Cream 10 and 19c, a bottle. : , . Ayers' Recamicr Cream Balm and Lotion, $1,25 3 bottle each. Talcum Powder, 8, 10, 19, and 38c. a box. " ' 2 Drug Counter. j Can you see ? Are your eyes doing their work prop erly or do they need lenses? Just come in and see if our Oculist can ''see whether you can see as you ought to see without glasses. He knows what he's about. Optical Department For the Horses. A few items left out of yesterday's special low price list of Horse Goods. Mane Combs, at ioc, each, and up. Sponges from 15c. up. Chamois at 38 cents and higher. A splendid thing in Flank Nets, 36 lash, .$1.25. Whips from 10 cents to $2.50 each. " Campbell's Horse Foot Remedy,' regularly sold at $1.75, our price $1.50 a half gallon Can. Ask for The Horse Book which tells all about the care, treatment and cure of the feet. Costs nothing, but is invaluable to every horse owner. Main Floor. Foot of Stairway. GRATEPrrr,-.COMFORTI!Tft. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST SUPPER. "By a thoroinrh knowledge of tiio natural laws which (tovern theoporatlonsof digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. lipps has provided for our breakfast and sup per a dclioately flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctors" bills. It Is by the judicious use of such articles of dint that a constitution may bo irradually built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are flouting aro-und us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape manya fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame.'' Civil Service Gazette. Made simply with boilinjr water or milk. Sold only In half-pound tins, by grocers, la belled thus: JAMES E1JPS & CO., Ltd.. Homoeopathic Chemists, 26m tu&we London, Enmand. EAKLE & SEYMOUR, SOLICITORS OF American and Eoreism PATENTS, 868 Chapel Street, NEW HAViJS, CO-JOi. m YDUB MI ACCOUNT With Your Saving y Dealing at the THE MODEL! Our Offer. Your Opportunity. Truth is Divine and we Mnlco it Supreme lu our Ads. GREATEST MONEY SAVING SALE Of Fine Clothing ever attempted in Now Haven. You have seen Pire Sales, Bankrupt Sales! you are shown an inferior grade of goods. But we, AS MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR MADE CLOTHING, ARB PREPARED TO SHOW YOU , iHBleMialoHerrice. For instance Men's Suits we. have WHOLESALED at $5.00, $7.00, $0.00, $12.00 ana $1G.00, must go at this sale at $3.75, $5.00, $6.50, $8.50 and $12.00. Actual value of these Suits is more than double the amount. Remember, we are reduoing wholesale prices. We haye Plunged the Knife of Reduction ' Deep into the Heart of Every Garment for Men, Boys and Children. It will be interesting for you to see ery Spring aud Summer Suit MUST go ulously low prices at which the goods We oonsider it useless to quote a host eoods. BUT WE INVITE YOU most oordially to our store, compare the prioes. examine the garments and their workmanship, satisfy yourself in every way, that what we say ih the papers we carry out in the store. TO THE MOTHERS : have been spending for Children's clothes will go a great way towards household expenses. ' YOU CAN SAVE THIS AT THE MODEL, Church Street, Corner Center. 73 WAX POLISH OIL For floors in Stores, Banking Houses and Public Buildings wherever a clean oil waxed surface is desired. No dust will nriso from sweeping. - "WAXIHEMor Kitchen Floors. CALL FOR CIKCULAR. Tli Wolcott ik Parrel .ft, 93 CROWN STREET. OZZOSM'S MEDICATED Imtmrta s brilliant transparency to the skin. I Removes all pimples, f rookies and dlMJOlorauona, For Sale Everywhera. L. W. ROBINSON, ARCHITECT, Kemovod ti No. 760 CHAPEL STREET. VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NliATLY CLEANED Ulf i'AKNilAM. Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Orders loft at BRADLEY & D ANN'S, 406 i late Street, KOB'T. VEITCH SON'S, 974 Chapel Street, LIN8LEY, ROOT & CO.'S. 33 Broadway, Will reoeive prompt attention. V. O. Addresi Box 855. Telephouo435-l STEEL WOOL. Scrub your floors with Rteol Shavings and keep them smooth and clean. For oleanlng Brass and Metals, Steel Wool is unsurpassed. It shows and sells itself. USE IT, BUY IT, TRY IT. Steel Wool has proven itself to be the best article in the market for rubbing down a first coat of varnish, and when uslnc RUB ONLY WITH THE GRAIN, and if a particularly smooth surface is re quired, use a little raw linse.d oil. For sale by THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street. E. R. JEFFCOTT ANNOUNCES to the pubilo that all of his Painting and Deooratlnir business will be carried on hereafter at and from No. 12 Church street, where ho will be pleased (with his decorative salesman) to show the finest Decorations and Wall Papers as yet shown to the public, also neat designs aud effoeta in cheapest all Papers. Between Ciiapol street and Publio Library. Telephone 7Hi. jalUtt "Slnclcrtahcrs. THEODORE KEILER, UNDERTAKER, Air't, (62 ORANGE STREET, Near Court streetj Telephone No. 151 H. W. BEECHEK. JAS. M. BENNETT. BEECHER and BENNETT, i uiieral Directors tuiti Kmbulincrs, No. 220 Elm St, Broadway Square. Telephone No. 57Wl Lady Assistant, AJjchtiieU. and all kinds of Fake Sales, at whioh what you have never seen before. Ev before the season is oyer, and the ridio are marked now will do it. of prices bo long as you don't see the . ' - 50 per cent, of what vou 73 TRUNKS. , Do not forget that we sell Trunks. Our as sortment is large and prices reasonable. The Burgess Fur & Hat Co., 701 CHAPEL STREET. G1X.S, CHEMICALS. 2f I State Street 243 JffiW HAVEN.CT. ' ThisWeek WE SELL Best Flour $4.50 bbl, : Fancy Roli Butter 24c. Now Salmon 1. New Lobster 20c. : . R. W. MILLS, 882 State 3txo.ot. Philadelphia Dental Rooms, 781 Chapel Street. Best Set of Teeth on Eub- t 'pber Bnse, 88.00. v There is no better made, no matter what you pay elsewhere. We also make a good set for $5.00. Office Open at All Honrs. Dr. L. D. MONKS, Manager. A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LIXDIEXT. Prepared from tno recipe of Dr. Stephen Eweet of Connecticut, the great Natural Bone et L-nn . nua utwi useu lur more man ou years and is the best known remedy for Uheuma- Wounds and all external injuries. C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor, Sola Agent. K. G. EUSSELL, Architect, 852 Chapel Street. 9 767-771 Chapel St. Tim PEOPLE ARE FAST LEARNING : WHERE GOODS AMD TRICES ARE RIGHT. PARASOLS. You cannot equal these prices no merchant will be willing to meet them. , $1-25 quality White India Silk Parasols with white sticks, 85Ci 1.25 quality White Pliss6 with white sticks, 75ct 50 Fancy Sunshades, brown, navy black, also Black Gloria, with deep ruffle, $1.98 goods, QQc Our entire line of Fine Sunshades that were $5.00 , to $10.00 marked down to $1.98, $2.98 and $3.98. Black Silk Umbrellas, 24-inch; marked down to 75c, $1.00, $1.39 and $1.75 j Navy Silk Sun Umbrellas marked down to , $1.29 and $1.59 At S1.93 we er unquestiona bly one o tne grandest bargains of the season. - ; - Navy, All-Silk Sun Umbrellas, tight roll with steel rod, natty hand les, tassels, covers, etc., actual $3.25 goods, $,98 ea. Children's Sunshades all marked down, 15c 35 c. up. SILKS. ' ;'V' Never have Silks been sold so cheap as now coming inventory causes such prices, 75c. and $1,00 Grades. Figured Indias,' Crepons, Iced Crepe, etc., going like hot cakes, at 29' c. the yard, ; And just think of it Corded Kaiki Wash Silks, such as you have been paying 39c, for. All desirable and perfect goods. . 15c the yard. Cheney Bros.' Figured India Silks, first quality, no seconds, but the pick of the loom. 33c the yard. DRESS GOODS. We're ' taking terrible. losses to clean p for inventory. 75c. and $1.00 All Wool Imported Novelties, .new goods. 37c. the yard. The very best quality French All Wool Challis, 58c. goods, at 24c the yard. Silk Striped, 85c. goods, at ; 39c the yard. HOWBSIEISON b C. E. Hart Co. Each Season Has its Distinct Palatable Meats and Products. Now is the natural time for Spring Lamb, Mmfc Sauoe and Green Peas. American Wonder, Telephone and Ad- .v '. vanoe Poas are now in ; r , their prime. If you want Game or Poultry, try our Spring Chickens, Spring Duckling or Squabs. We kill these every day. We use no Iced Poultry. Do not use any hut freshest Pruita and Vegetables. Such goods are our specialties. 350 and 352 STi.TJS STUEET. SUMMER PBICES. Fortheniixt 3ii days low Prioes will pro. vail at Beer's Photo Parlors, 70 Chapol Street. All Photos at tine half t he prioes char, ed elsewhere, either ny Davliirht or our Patent Electric Llirht up to 9 o'clock every evening. Gallery es tablished 10 years. A Handsome Shoe in Patent Leather. iC. H. AYERS, 814 Chasel StresL k BURT K a PHMB'S "Korrect fyf sir m