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ggyraal unci Courier MOW HAVEN, CONN. Thrkb Months, 41.50; Onb Month, 60 CENTS; ONB WBEK, 15 CENTS! SlNOUt Copies, 8 ctnts. Friday, July 10, 1605. HEW 4DKiJtTiSiJ.ViJ.V r UO-DA t. Ainerioan Line M. B. Newton. Bank Statement National Tradesmen's Bank Bunk 8ttttemnt National New Haven Dunk. Clover Loaf Salmon J. D. Dew oil & Co. lHlly Utv Alaliey, Noeiv & Co. Ftidy and Saturday Bargains M. Frank. 'or Kent Home Joseph P. Dnuglass. i'oc Kent House Dillon & O'Brien. Grand Shopping Emporium F.M.Hrown Co. Investment. Securities- M. 11. .Newton & Co. Lost-Watoh-81 William Street. Notloe li. Ballerstein & Co. Our Duty thus. Monson Co. Removal Edward M. Clark. Safes Dounlass Safe Stoi e. '.Trunks The Hurgesa Fur & Hat Co. Value Beady Howe & Stetson. Watermelons D. M. Weloo & Bon. Wanted Situation IBS Hamilton Street, Wanted Situation 57 Laurel Street. Wanted Situation 188 Wallaoe Street. Wanted Girl-11 Elm Street. Wanted Girl Utf Cottage Streot. Wunted Salesman I. J. Cohn. Wauted Girl 168 Olive Street. Wanted Situation 81 William Street. M KA'IHKK KISCOHD. AomorininAr. Department, Office or tub CniBr . . .Or the Wbatiikb UullEAU. .Washihotok. D. C July 18. 1805, 8 p. m. Forecast for Friday For Massachusetts, Bhode Island and Connecticut: Fair, slightly cooler, northwesterly winds. Local Weather Beport. TOR JULY 18, 1805. f A.M. . P.M. BarotnW 89.93 80.01 1'emperature 75 12 Bel. Humidity 5J 03 . Wind Direotion N N Wind Velooity 7 4 Weather. . Clear Clear 'Mean temperature. 71. Max. temperature. 83. . Mln. temperature. 66. ' ' Preoipitation 0 inches. 'Max. velocity of wind. 13-N. ' Accumulated deficiency ot dallv mean tem perature sinoe January 1. 77 degrees: or an average daily defloienoy of .04 decree. Total defloienov In precipitation sluoe Janu ary 1, 8.68 Inches". , VS. G. MYERS, Observer. ' Note. A minus sign 1 prefixed to ther mometer readings indioatos temperature be low zero. . A"T" in connection with rainfall Indloates a trace of rainfall too small to measure. Snow is molted aud resulting depth of water not known. . Have It Sent to You. " During tho summer the JOURNAL & COURIER will be sent, postage paid. Cor 60 cents a month and the address changed as often as desired. LOCAL SEWS. . ' , Brief Mention. High water to-day at 6:34 a. m. Professor Frost and sons are camping Hear Pawson Park. Miss Clara Harris of Orchard street has gone to Boston on a visit of a month. Mrs. B. H. Cheney, Miss Alice Cheney and H. S. Bronson and family are at Hawk-Huret, Litchfield. Henry G. Beaumont of East Hart ford has engaged a cottage at Morris Cove for the month of August. Mrs. H. P. Morgan and Mrs. George H. Ferris and daughter Minnie, all of Norfolk, arrived at Woodmont yester day. ' . Miss Frances Bartlett of Olive street Is spending the summer at the home of her uncle, Adjutant General Graham In Middletown. To-day the long looked-for game be tween the Victors f. Bridgeport and the Sheltons will take place at Housatonlc Park, Shelton. , Robert S. Kearney, Ernest A. Lown, Dwlght Chamberlain and Harry Reyn olds are tenting at Camp Massasolt on (the Branford shore. Miss Maud Bodwell of New Haven Is making a month's stay at Benjamin Dart's In ISaet Hartford. Her sister, Miss Florence, has returned from a short visit there. The Consolidated road will run an excursion from all p61nts of the Air Line to Savin Rock next Tuesday. It will be one of the largest excursions to Savln; Rock of the season. From 10 till 5 to-morrow, Saturday, an exhibition and sale of the New Ha ven woman's exchange will be held at the residence of Mrs. William Moseley, lAlrly Beacon, in Norfolk. ' Sergeant Theodore A. Tripp of the SMxwell avenue precinct has purchased a fine new residence on Wlthrop avenue Bust north of Wballey avenue, which he iwlll move into in the near future. The John H. Starin carried out two (excursion throngs yesterday, the Ewedish Lutheran church of St. John ttreet and the Temperance society of St. Mary's R. C. church. About three hundred were on board. About 600 of the members of St. John's Catholic club and their friends sailed yesterday morning on the Continental ifor New York and the Hudson. The Second regiment band was on board. EThere was a large party on board. v The Charles W. Scranton Co. have is sued an interesting circular regarding the stock and debentures of the Consol idated railroad company. The circular gives the prices at which the stock has sold during the past fifteen years, and the rate of income that will be derived from stock and debentures in detail, prices and value of rights, &c. The cal culations were made with care and the circular Is well worth reading. . William Shanley, who has conducted a confectionery store and lunch room In the Colburn building on Main street, Derby, for the past three years, made a voluntary assignment yesterday in the local probate court at Derby, through his attorney, C. C. Ford. Henry C. Bretzfelder of this city was recommend ed to the court as trustee. Bretzfelder Is a real estate dealer and has quite a reputation as a trustee for Insolvent estates. - Bishop Goodsell of San Francisco, iwho Is summering at Short Beach, was 'In Meriden for a short stay to visit his son, Bueli Goodsell. Bishop Goodsell eaid that he had come east to attend a meeting of a committee of four bishope who were to consider a plan of minis terial study. This committee meets In Ocean Grove next week. In the fall, he said, he should go west to -hold his conferences, hie districts embracing Illinois, Tennessee and western Virginia. TWENTY XEW ME31BLHS. Youus; Moil's Republican Club. The monthly meetUg of the Young Men's Republican club waa held last evening. Twenty new members were admitted. The matter of giving an ex cursion was talked over and a com mittee appointed of three composed of Mr. Hale, Samuel Well, Dr. Minor. They will report at a special meeting to be held next week Thursday evening. Killed at .Mantle. Niantic, July IS. Leon Upson, of Gull ford, While riding through this place on a fast freight train last night, was thrown under the wheels of the train and instantly killed. Eleven, trains passed over him. ICE HOVSE AT BOl.TON BVRNED. Locomotive 173 Runs a Gauntlet of fire Bolton Depot Saved. Vernon, July 18. At 12:10 p. m. to-day smoke was seen emerging from, Bolton Lake Ice house, owned by J. C. Moulton of Hartford. Upon investigating the entire center of the structure was found to be on Are. Some laborers were at work near toy, but they found that all attempts to put out the fire were un available. At 1:30 the entire building 'had been consumed, causing a loss es timated at $25,000, which is partly cov ered by .Insurance. The building con tained 4,800,000 pounds of Ice. Flagman F. H. Potter and Conductor Gallagher, who were at Vernon with engine No. 173, were called upon to gather up and help save the New York and New England depot at Bolton. Flagman Potter threw the throttle open and struck a sixty mile per hour speed. After reaching Bolton 'he ran the gaunt let of fire and smoke. Bill Nye, head-end brakeman, display ed great courage In making the coup ling to the cars which were In front of the burning building. Just as engine 173 pulled the oars by the building the entire side of the building fell with a crash. Conductor Gallagher, Engineer Potter and Nye deserve praise for their bravery. The tool house belonging to the New York and New England Railway Com pany caught fire but was saved by a hose from engine 173. Had the wind been blowing in the direction of the de pot It would have been destroyed by fire. There was no clue as to the cause of the fire. It could not have been set on fire from, the engines of the New England railroad,' as the wind was blow ing directly from the ice house to the tracks. . A Bristol Industry Growing. Bristol, July 18. The Horton Manu facturing company, the only makers of steel finishing rods in the country, has begun the erection, of a building, 32x80, and three stories high. The new build ing will extend from the brook toward the street, and will come within fifteen feet of the street line, and will be larger than the present entire plant. Two Accidents at Middletown. Middletown, July 18. Richard Dooley and his son of this city were thrown from a team In Portland this morning by the horse running away, and both were Injured. The boy was badly cut about the head. They were brought to thelir home for medical treatment. The accident occurred on a hill. John Leary fell from a tree on Wash ington street, this city, this afternoon, twenty feet, and broke his right leg at the knee, and sustained internal in juries. - Killed by a Cave In. Newark, N. J., July 18. Two men were killed, one fatally injured and two oth ers frightfully maimed by the cave-in of 400 feet 'of earth In a sewer excava tion at Harrison this afternoon. The dead are Dennis Ryan and George Vll laude. BEB SyAKE GOT AWAY. It Is a King Snake, Only five or Six Feet Long, and is an Ootsy Tootsy. (From the Washington Post. About 2 o'clock yesterday morning Officer Gibson saw a large snake slowly dragging Itself along Seventh street, between E and F streets northwest. Gibson called up Officer Klmmell, who patrols the next beat, and the two had a consultation. The snake was unlike blacksnakes or water snakes or any of the common varieties that they had seen as boys. Its back was stamped with the colors of the rainbow and Its brilliant coat glistened even in the moonlight. The officers resolved to capture the snake. They procured a large pasteboard box and called to their assistance several mall collectors and night watchmen who happened to be in the vicinity. After considerable effort the snake was driven into the box. Early yesterday morning Officer Kim mel learned that a Miss Lee, who is stopping at the house of John Hart nett, 617 Seventh street northwest, had been visiting in North Carolina, and had brought a king snake back with her. The king snake, while large and quite harmless, bears its name because of the ease with which it kills rattlers, moccasins and other dangerous crawl ers. It despatches these snakes by constriction. Miss Lee's home is in New York, and she Is a student. When Klmmell learned that the snake belonged- in the Hartnett house he did not tell them that it had been found. As a re sult, when Miss Lee arose and found that the snake was missing she was worried. . She told all of the guests of the house, a great four-story structure, with Hartnett's saloon in the basement, that her snake had got away. Then there was hurrying and scur rying. Some the guests were badly frightened. The thought of a live snake, five or six feet long, crawling through the bed rooms at will, was not pleasant About this time Officer Kimmell ep peared with the box and the snake. Miss Lee ran forward with expectant face. "Ah, there's my ootsy, tootsy pet," she exclaimed, as she patted the king snake's head. "Oo naughty, naughty boy, to go and run away." Miss Lee explained that the snake must have fallen out of a fourth-story window. TICTOn JO i ElWEWOOn 4. Victors of Bridgeport and Edgewoods of New lluven Croaa ltuti, The following Is the score In the game between the Victor team of Bridgeport and Edgewood team of New Haven at Bridgeport yesterday: EDGEWOOD. r. lb. po. a. e. Sedgwick, 2b. 0 1 0 4 8 Bone. c. 3b 0 12 11 Farnham. cf 0 2 1 1 0 Lautenbach, lb ........ 1 1 13 0 ' u McKee. If. rf 0 0 1 0 0 Brennan, c 1 1 2 0 0 Conlev. ss 1 0 2 2 0 Cottrell, ss, 3b 0 0 4 6 2 Greist, If, p 112 2 0 Hlnman, p, rf 0 10 0 0 Total 4 8 27 16 8 VICTOR. ; r. lb. po. a. e. Doherty, 2b 2 4 2 6 0 Blansfleld, lb 2 19 0 0 O'Rourke, o 1 8 6 1 1 Herbert, If 0 110 0 Ivers, rf 0 0 2 0 0 Cunningham, ss 0 - 1 4 1 0 Rogers, cf 2 2 0 0 0 Belinski, 3b 2 1 4 1 2 Dunne, p 1 0 0 7 0 Total 10 13 27 15 3 Score by Innings: 123456789 Victor ..2 0 2 4 1 0 1 0 010 Edgewood ...0 1 020001 04 Brennan was hurt in third Inning and Bone put in his place. Summary. Earned runs Victor 6, Edgewood 2. Two base hits Victor 4, Edgewood 2. Struck out By Grlest 1; by Dunne 2. Base on balls By Hinman 2; by Dunne 1. Hit by pitched ball McKee. Wild pitch By Hlnman 2. Admission 25' cents to -the races and band concert Friday afternoon at 1:30. jylS 2t , , A Liberal Offer. $150,000 stock to be cut In two before Inventory dry goods at an enormous reduction. Extra inducements Friday up to 12 o'clock. Buying a dollar's worth of goods and over entitles you to a free ride both ways to beautiful Lake Sal tonstall or pleasant Morris Cove. Tick ets given away free at our store. EWEN McINTYRE & CO., 834 and 840 Chapel street, New Haven. A large entry list and good races as sured at Elm City Driving park Friday afternoon. Admission 25 cents. Jyl8 2t TO CONSIDER Furs and Fur Kopalring at this season of the year seems somewhatprematuro. We beg to assure our pa trons, nevertheless, that re modeling aud repairing may be done during July and August In perfect ac cord with tbx fashions of 181)5-6, and with less expense than In the Fall or Wintor. .BKOOKS&CO., ,: Chapel and State streets. Canvas Telescope Cases -AND- TRUNKS. We are having very large sales of Canvas Telesoopo Cases. We have a great variety of Styles and Shapes. The Burgess Fur & Hat Co., 751 CHAPEL STREET. TELEPHONE 884-5 CALLS UP CHARLES P. THOMPSON. " THE. SHOP, " 60 Orange Street Headquarters for , WALL PAPERS, PAINTING-, FRESCOING-, HARD WOOD FINISHING, WOOD CARPETING, Etc. Spring Chickens (BROILERS), Spin Mis, Spalis, Spring Lamb, Native Peas and 8trinR Beans, Cuoumbers and Squash. Telephone call, 674-3. JACOB F. SHEIFFELE, 09 STATE STREET. PFAFF & SON. MUSHROOMS, HOT HOUSE TOMATOES, HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS. CAPONS, CAPONS. Muscovy DUCKS Muscoyj 7 and 9 Church st 152 Portsea st New Haven, Friday, July 10. 1895. The weather to-dayLikely to be fair. TELEPHONE No.331. Friday Half-Holiday. Store closes at noon. If People Buy summer books the way they did last Friday and Saturday, we'll be satisfied. Let's repeat the offer. An abundance of Summer Novels with numerous titles, including not a few standard works, sold anywhere else at 10 and i ?c. each. Big Store price, five cents. Bargain Table No. 2. They Don't Sell fast enough at 75 cents, a cer tain lot of Ladies' Shirt Waists so we'll dispatch them at 59C each on Friday and Saturday. Stout cloth, well made, well pat terned, balloon sleeves, laundered. That's quite enough for 59c. each. Isn't it? Bargain Table No. 1. Step Lively if you want a Carpet Rem nant. The company of them is growing ! small. They make uncostly and good enough rugs for many a wait ing spot. Can you use -1. a Jap or China Matting Rem nant ? Quite a bunch of them here , at near to half first prices. : Carpet Hall, Second Floor. The wisest thing you can do, is to buy Furniture covering thisjweek. - We've reduced a lot of fine, extra : heavy Tap estry from 75c a yd. to 59c. a yd. for tins week. Upholstery, Second Floor. The Horses Feet can be easier kept in condi tion than cured after they've gone wrong. When you prove by . actual use what " Campbell's, 0 Horse Foot Remedy " is, you'll not want to be without it. Our price $1.49 a half gallon Can, not $i-75- ' Main Floor, Left of Stairway. JULY DIVIDENDS Should be Invested in DIAMONDS at the well known es tablishment of SILVEHTHAT1 & SONS, 700 Chapel Street, the Diamond experts. They are lower than ever. Now Is the time to Invest. HeadquarterB for Wedding Gifts. Established 40 years in New Haven, Conn. BARLB & SEYMOUR, BOLICITOHS Off American and Eoreign PATENTS, 868 Chapel Street, NEW HAVEN, CONN. GRATEFUL COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST-SUPPER. By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which srovern theoperationsot digestion and nutrition, and by a careful application of the fine properties of well-oelecteu Cocoa, Mr. Epps has providod for our breakfast and sup per a delicately flavored neverajre which may save us many heavy doctors" bills. Jt is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be irraduaily built up until strong enouirh to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladlco are float i uk around us ready to attack wnerever thTe is a weak point. We may escape manva fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame.'- Civil Service Gazette. Made simply with boliiny water or milk. Sold only in half-pound tin, by grocers, Li belled thus: JAM ES EPPS is, CO, Ltd.. Homoeopathic Chemists, 2Sm tu&we Loudon, England. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY We Want to See our Store Crowded with Customers, If theFollowingPrices will Do it: 1 Ladies' ribbed Jersev Vpsts. Pearl Buttons, 25o quality, reduced to 7c. 2 Ladies' fine BaJbriggan Vests, 35c quality, reduced to 12.c. 3 Ladies' fine quality Jersey Knee Pants, reduced from 28c to 15c. 4 Children's fine ribbed Vests, real Silk ribbon in neck 'and sleeves, reduced from 19c to Be five cents. 5 Ladles' Vests, fine quality, extra sizes, for very stout Ladles, reduced from 50c to 25c. 6 Ladies' seamless fast Black Hose, reduced from 15c to 7c. 7 Children's fine ribbed regular made fast Black Hose, all sizes, regular 25c quality, reduced to 12c. 8 Ladies' Muslin Underskirts, hem and tucks, special sale price 21c. , 9 Ladies' perfect fitting Corset Cov ers, f elled seams, special 8c. 10 Ladles' full size Walking Shirts, yoke bands, tucks and: -wide embroider ed flounces reduced to 49c. . . 11 Ladles Nightgowns, good Muslin, tucked Takes, frlmmed with Lace and Hand embroidery, reduced to 43c. ' . ' ;- 12 Ladles' Lawn Shirt Waists, large B?evs, reduced to 12c. 13 Ladles' Percale Shirt Waists, fasf colors, laundried Collars and Cuffs, have been 49 and 59c, reduced to 29c. 14 Ladles' laundrled fast color Per cale Shirt Waists, have been 75, 85, i9, reduced to 49c. 15 Ladles' Belt Buckles, white Metal, reduced to 10c. .. 16 Ladles' Metal Belt Pins, reduced to lc apiece. 17 Infants' Cloaks made ot all wool Jashmere, trimmed In the latest fashion. Regular jrice $3.50;-our special . price $1.49. Sample, In show window.. 18 Infants' worsted Sacques, extra fine quality; this Ijnid. sold always at 49c; for this sale 25c. . . Ml LI US FR MIC, 780 CHAPEL SREEET. Outing Shoes. We are throwing out of our stook all SUMMER GOODS At most any price to turn them into ; CASH. A few good trades : . NOW $1.40 Ladies' Tan Prince Albert WAS $2.00 NOW $1.87 Ladies' Russia Calf Welt Oxford WAS $2.50 NOW $1.15 Ladies' Tan Juliette WAS $1.60 NOW $1.70 Ladies' Tan Oxfords WAS $2.50 and $3.00 NOW 08o Ladies' Tan Oxfords WAS $1.25 to $2.00 NOW $3. 87-Gent's Russia Calf Bals WAS $5.00 NOW $3.10 Gent's Russia Calf Bals WAS $4.00 NOW $2.80 Gent's Tan and Black Ox fords WAS $3.00 A. B. GREENWOOD) 773 CHAPEL STREET. Closed evenings exoept Monday and Saturday MILLS, 882 &tttte Street. Corned Beef, 20c. Roast Beef Is the next thing on the list for a out. PRICE 20c. Ox Tongue we can't miss and make the price 59c. Potatoes 28o peck, 05o bushel. SpencecMal&ews &Ca 03XS, BAIKTjSf. CHEMICALS. 241 State Street 343 19 Infants' Flannel Sacques, 25c qual ity, reduced to 10c. 20 Infants' Abdominal Bands, war ranted all wool, 39c quality, for this sale 12c. 21 All our Infants' Mull, Irish Point and Silk Caps, Hats, and Bonnets re duced to less than half price. We will place samples in our show case and mark iro plain figures. 22 Infants' Carriage Robes, nicely embroidered, reduced, to 29c. 23 Parasol Covers for Baby Car riages; our price is just one-half what you pay elsewhere remember we never say what we cannot prove. 24 -Corsets!. Corsets i-t-Does. any Lady want to buy Corsets elsewhere, when you can buy them at our Store at about 40c on the dollar. s ' R. H. Thomson! Glove Pitting re duced to 75c, Thomson C, Thomson E, Thomson Abdominal, reduced to $1, a : saving of 50 and 75c on each Corset. ' j Lpng Waist , J. B., ; C,- B., Sonnette, F. and C, reduced to 39c. , ' Thomson Misses' Corsets reduced to 1 25c. . ,; - ,. ' . , . . 25 Men's white Dress Shirts, New York Mills, reduced to 35c. i 26 Men's laundried Negligee Shirts reduced to 25c. 27 Men's seamless Socks 5c, or 6 pair for 25c. , ' . , 28 Men's white Lawn Bows 2c. 29 Men's white Lawn Ties 5c a doz. 30 'Men's colored Lawn Ties 10c a doz. 31 'Men's Balbrijriran Undershirts and ! Drawers reduced to 19c. 32 Boys' Jersey Undershirts and Drawers reduced to 12V&C 33 Men's Silk Bows, latest styles, Black or colored, reduced to 5c. 7 : Bargains FROM Ave Closing: Out Sain Baby Carriages In groat variety, $1.87 and up. Bedsteads, Light or dark, $2.08. Just the thing for shore oottages. Colored Water Sets, 73a ; jug, 6 tumblers and Tray. Oak Stands, 67c. Crystal Water Bottles, . 10o. Crystal Water Jugs, Half gallon, 15c. Oil Stoves, K Single burner, only 43c, THERE ARE OTHERS, but we have no room to mention them hore. Get our prices on House Furnishings before you purchase.' L. " Complete Housefurnisher, 755 to 763 Chapel Street A Discount if 20 Per Gent. Will be (riven on all Decorated Single Pieces cf Crockery, Comprising Royal Wooster, Doulton, and Royal Dresden, and all others, at ROBINSON & CO., . U0 Church street The Celebrated Whitney Baby Carriage We have the complete larsre line of Spring styles in stock ; beJt values ever shown. iTices ranjrtn trom 5.(H to 3.00. STAHL & HEGEL, 8, 10, 12 Church Street. Closed This Afternoon. 767-771 Chapel St. Good, Sensible Inventory ' VALUES READY FOR YOU AT E VER Y TURN. Prices now that show you conclusively that profits have been knocked higher than a kite. Fancy Lawns. In fast black only. We're closing out the entire stock, and prices will surprise you. Openwork, stripes, plaids, etc. Regular prices, 19c. and 25c. ; 12c the yard. Boys Shirt Waists. A golden opportunity to lay in a liberal supply of the fa mous "Mother's Friend Brand" at very low prices. 1 Our 85c. Percale Waists marked down to 59c. The best $1.00 quality re duced to 75c. You need not ' think much over , this opportunity. but i grasp it at once. A Flannel Fact. It you want any of this flan nel you'll have to be lively. ; 28-inch White Shaker Flan nel as a big bargain, at For the Baby. Caps right pretty ones too. 5 dozen French Corded White Muslin Caps, ordinarily 2SC,now 12MC- ea-- 1 he better grades drop as follows; Were $2.50, w $2-2S $1.75, $2.00, $1.50, 89. '50' Parasols. A big sale Friday and Saturday. Prices you have never seen equalled in racr, inis is tne Diggest jf arasoi bargain this city has ever known. 100 fine, rich Parasols, including White Taffeta with colored satin stripes, plain white India with white sticks, dresden knobs, etc., and many other styles actual value, $2.50 to $5.00. Friday and Satur day only .. - 1.19 for choice. See window. HOWEOTSON SUMMER PRICiP. For the next St) JJ S Low Prices will pre vail at Hem's Photo Parlors; 760 (Jhupel Strent. All Photos at Ono half tho prices charg ed elsewhere, either by Dayllsrht or our Patent, lilectrio Light up to S o'clock every ; 'evening. Gallery es tablished 40 years. WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN. ATTORKEY-AT-LAW. Solicitor of and Counselor m PATENTS Klpr'nt Tears U.vaijilni jrln U. H: Patent OUiou. OiTICBi New Haven, 70 CHURCH ST. Springfield. 3J7MAIN ST CABINET AND HARD WOOD WORK. ALSOSAWING, TURNING, And Jobbing in Wood of all kinds. EDWARD P. BRETT, BuUder, 18 AHTI3AN S'UKJSISX. Telephone 253-13. BURT nmlfinnm A Kandsome Shoe in Patent Leather. C. H. AYEHS, 814 CbapeU Srest J.