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NEW HAVEN. MOKNIKG JOUBNAL AND COUEIER, FRIDAY, AUGUST -20, 1897.
In A Bureau Trunk See our $2.50 Trunk before Straw Hats halt price. Good Hammocks cheap. "Voumua's" new Fall Hats. FRIEND E. BROOKS, 793 Chapel St. IT PA YH TO BUY THE BEST. Cfie Best We might talk on about our Ol ives tell how carefully we se lected them how- beautifully they are packed it wouldn't do half as much good as if you tried them. Our customers are. fast appreciating what it means to buy the best Olives. . Pim-olas are the latest thing in a Stuffed Olive. Have you tried them? GILBERT & THOMPSON, OlS CHAPEL T. Bathing:, Boating, Batting, Wheeling, Golf, Tennis, most any sport requires suitable Shoes or Leggins or Stockings. We're distributing everything in that line, everything best. And profits are taking vacation. Bicycle Shoes, Leggins, and Stockings. Golf Shoes, Tennis Shoes, Baseball Shoes, Shore Shoes, Mountain Shoes, Yachting Shoes, Bathing Shoes. In fact full Outing Outfits (except Suit and Hat) for men, women and children. Special Combina tion Bathing Shoes and Stockings, only for women. ONLY GOOD FOOTWEAR. H. B. ARMSTRONG & CO- Low Priced Housefurnishers, 9 S7 Cranee Street. TfaeChatfield Paper Co. gfc Most Complete Line of Paper and Twine in the State. every article is within easy reach. Things are kept separate ' and un mussed. It's a trunk when you travel and a bureau when you board. Saves a deal of unpacking, saves confusion and saves clothing. Want just an ordinary Trunk ? you trade. Basket Trunks. Steamer Trunks. Tourist Trunks. Hat Trunks, Dress Trnnks, Sample Trunks. Clearing Sale. On account of extensive Improvements to be made In our warerooms we offer G-EEAT BARGAINS IN Furniture and Carpets, Refrigerators, Baby Carriages, ETC., KTC. A special cut in prices will be made on our entire stock. jfli Hepl FlMtm Co, I 8-IO-I2 Church Street Mripfc. Tls season we are recommending the Siberia. Refrigerators. They are in all respects the best refrigerators on the market to-day, combining all the qual ities of the highest priced refrigerators t a cost as low as the cheapest pine refrigerators. The Siberia refrigerator 1e cleanable In every sense of the word; the Sues, the waste pipe, the shelves and the bottom of the Ice chamber It celf can be readily taken from the re frigerator, cleaned, aired and sunned and made as sweet and clean as a milk can. 'Viewed from a hygenlc standpoint the value and Importance of Siberia Re frigerators cannot be overestimated. Trade Mark. MM fit jfW UllftVAItY. Colonel minor Otis. San Diego, Cal., Aujr. 19. Col. Elmer Otis, U. S. A., retired, died here yester day after a long illness. Elmer Otis was appointed to the mil itary academy in 1304 and graduated In 1833. After garrison duty at various posts he served in the Sioux expedition of 1855, and he was also engaged in the expedition against the Kiowa Indians In 1860. He saw a great deal of service during the war of the rebellion. He was in command of the Fourth cavalry In the army of the Ohio, and was en gaged in the battle of Perryville. He participated also in the battle of Stone river, in Major Rosecran's Tennessee campaign. In September, 1S63, he acted as mustering and disbursing officer to the state of Ohio. He was brevetted lieutenant colonel and colonel for his services. Since the war he has been on duty chiefly at Western posts. The Kev. W. H, J. Houghton. Huntingdon, Pa., Aug. 19. The' Rev. W. H. J. Houghton, for the last two years rector of St. James' Episcopal church of Tyrone, died suddenly this morning,' at his home, before medical assistance could reach him. He was a native of Salt Lake City, Utah. ' iNVitul Fnrjeoii. Norwich, Aug. 19. Israel Parjeon, a brother of B. L. Farjeon, the well known English novelist, died on Tues day, at his home, No. 13 AVest Eighty eighth street. Mr. Farjeon for nearly forty years had been a jewelry mer chant in this city, and was the found er of the firm of Farjeon & Co., of No. 61 Nassau street. Pie was born in London, England, sixty-five years ago, and came to America at the age of twenty-five. He arrived here from Australia, where he had for a few years "been associated with his brother in journalistic work, and whom he helped to establish the first newspaper published in the gold fields of New Zealand. Mr, Farjeon had been ill on ly a few days, and the Immediate cause of his death was exhaustion, following an operation performed upon .him a few days ago. He is survived by a widow, four sons and a daughter. The funeral 'took place this morning at his late residence, the Rev. Dr. Sola Men des officiating. THE BUNNELL .REUNION. ; The Bunnell family held a delightful reunion Wednesday at Pico Park, 65 members of the family being present, among whom were: Mr., and Mrs. W. S. Bunnell, Rohert Bunnell, Roy Bunnell, Oliver Bunnell, George Bunnell, W. A. Bunnell, Haris ton Bunnell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bun nell, Russell Bunnell, Alexander Bun nell, Russell Johnson, Miss Josephine Johnson, the Misses Truesdale, Mrs. Samuel H. Hale, George . Hale, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Smith, Miss . Mabel Smith, of North Branford, Mrs. Ann McLane, Mrs. C. W. Kellogg, Harry B. Kellogg, Clifford Porter, Mrs. William E. Ailing, Mrs. Bragaw, Mrs. Chipman, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Johnson, Mrs. A. Treat, Oscar J. Talmadge, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Treat, of New Haven, Mrs. Seth Bradley, a venerable member of the family, who has reached the age of 87; Mrs. Morrell, Mrs; Ethan ' Ailing, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hubbard, Mrs. Fredolin Schmidt and family of Nauga tuck, and Mis Anna Rood of New Hart ford. DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA. Nashville, Tennl, Aug. 19. The na tional council of the Daughters of America has elected the following offi cers and adjourned: National council lor, 15. E. Kennedy, Findlay, Ohio; asso ciate national councillor, J. E. Ander son, East Liverpool, Ohio; national vice councillor, J. R. Rolllnson, Rahway, N. J.; associate national vice councillor, Mrs. Jennie Krlse, Baltimore; national conductor, Mrs. Jennie C. Luck, Nash ville; national warden, Mrs. Mary Starr Bridgeport, Conn.; national Inside sen tinel, Mrs. Carrie Thayer, Blngham'ton, N. Y.; national outside sentinel. Pearl Finley, Chester, W. Va.; national trus tee, Mrs. Mary Boram, Baltimore; na tional treasurer, Charles AV. Morrisson, AVellsville, Ohio. " A ROMANTIC MARRIAGE. Warren, 111., Aug". 19. Charles M. Bromwich, an ex-alderman of Boston, was married here to Miss Adelia Carr, an artist well known in San Francisco and Minneapolis. . There is a romance in the marriage. The bride was a girl friend of Brom wich's first wife, who, at her death, ten years ago, requested her husbana to iook after Miss Carr's comfort. He did this so well that it resulted in to-day's marriage. ' Both parties are wealthy. They will take a bridal trip down the St. Law rence. MRS. P. A. NORDELL INJURED. Mrs. Nordell, wife of the Rev. Philip A. Nordell of Boston, formerly pastor of the First Baptist church of New London, while riding her bicycle at Po quonoc Monday afternoon, fell from the machine and sustained a compound fracture of the leg. The bone was bro ken in three places. The injury will disable Mrs. Nordell for several months. A CHOCOLATE SYNDICATE. Boston, Aug. 19. The transfer of the great property of the Walter Baker company, limited, to a syndicate, com posed chiefly of Boston capitalists has. been arranged, and the papers will be passed in a few days. AUGUST TERM. The August term of the United States district court will be opened in this city next Tuesday at 10 a. m., by JudgeW. K. Townsend. A number of important cases are listed on the docket. VERY ILL. Patrick Cullen of upper State street, who has been in the quarrying business for a number of years, is lying very ill at his home of dysentery and his friends fear that his condition is unfa vorable. t MR. REYNOLDS SLIGHTLY EASIER Ex-Town Agent Reynolds was slight ly better yesterday, but his condition is still critical. Cure sick headache, bad taste in the month, coated tongue, gas in the stomach, distress and hidiKestion. Do not weaken, but have tonic effect. 25 cents. tht oail l'ill to Uk vith Hsed's Sari&parilla. FOR THE STEINWAY PLANT. A Reported Offer of $6,000,000 State ment by the Secretary. ' New York, Aug. 19. Many inquiries were received at the office of Steinway & Sons to-day concerning the report published this morning that the firm's business had been purchased by a syn dicate of English capitalists.' It was stated' that about $6,000,000- had been paid for the plant, etc., and that nego tiations had been pending for some time. . Nahum Stetson, secretary of the com pany, denied to-day any knowledge of the fact that a deal had been consum mated. He admitted, however, that overtures had been made by parties de sirous of acquiring the property. Later he issued the following statement: "There Is a certain amount of truth in the report published to-day.' How ever, It is nothing new, as negotiations have, been going on for years perhaps ten years. Mr. Charles H. Steinway is in London at present on business con nected with our European Interests, which are very extensive; but we have not been advised of any deal having been consummated, though we do not want to say that one may not be con cluded. If the report is true we shall certamly be apprised of the fact at an early date, and shall then gladly give the information to the press. "But, as stated, nothing definite has been concluded. An offer of $5,000,000 was made to Steinway & Sons for their business years ago, when Mr. William Steinway was still alive, and aa the capital as well as the volume of busi ness has considerably increased since then, it would seem but proper that the offer should have been increased to $6,000,000, or even more." CAPTAIN DONOGHUE DEAD. He Was Famous as an Oareman, Skat er and Maker of Oars." Newburg, N. Y Aug. 19. Captain Timothy Donoghue died suddenly this morning at the age of sixty-one years. He was born In Ireland and came to this, country when a boy. For thirty years he had made oars for the cham pion scullers ' and crews here and abroad. Before the war he was a famous oars man, and rpwed with Ward brothers, AValter Brown and other champions. He served through the War of the Re bellion as captain of Company B, Thirty-sixth regiment, and performed gal lant service. After the war Donoghue held the skating champienship of the world for twenty years. Eight children survive him, one of whom, Joseph, held the amateur skating championship for sev eral years. Another son, James W. Donoghue, is a member of the New York police force bicycle squad. WHITE SQUADRON PLANS. Acting Secretary Roosevelt Will be the Guest of Rear Admiral Sicard. Washington, Aug. 19. The navy de partment has been informed that the battleship Indiana, which has been un- dergolng an overhauling at the British government dry dock at Halifax, left that port this morning for Bar Harbor, where she will Join the North Atlantic Squadron. The squadron will leave Portland on August 23 for Bar Harbor, where a stay' of few days will be made, after which the ships will pro ceed to Hampton Roads, arriving there the first week In September. Admiral Sicard proposes to have tactical man oeuvres on the passage. Acting Secretary Roosevelt will join the fleet at Hampton Roads and be come the guest of Admiral Sicard for a few days, during which a cruise will be taken to sea. - THE CUBAN INSURRECTION. Denial by Captain General Weyler of Reports of ,His Resignation. Havana (via Key West, Fla.), Aug. 19. Captain General Weyler denies that he has resigned, or that he has any present intentions of resigning. Heavy rains are falling in all parts of the island. The insurgent generals Alejandro Rodriguez and Raoul Arango, In view of the reinforcement of the Spanish col umn under General Melino Aguilera, have' withdrawn from their positiqn at Domar Grillo, near Madruga. The ru mor that the Insurgents have burned Guantanamo is unfounded. A body of 200 Insurgents attacked the town of Dos Marizas, near Guasimas, but tvithout success, while a smaller body attempt ed to enter Trinidad, but were beaten back. STORM DAMAGE IN SILESIA. Typhus Fever Caused, by the Floods in That Country. Berlin, Aug. 19. The greater part of Silesia has been visited again by severe storms, and several persons have been killed by lightning. Typhus fever is raging at Rogau, In consequence of the water used for drinking there having become infected by the refuse accumu lated by the floods. FAURE'S SHIP DISABLED. The Bruix of the French President's Escort Forced to Return to Dun kirk. Paris, Aug. 19. The French warship Bruix, one of the vessels forming the escort of the warship Pothuan, on board of which President Faure is en route for Cronstadt, has returned, to Dunkirk disabled. RETURN FROM AN ARCTIC TRIP. A High Latitude Reached by the Eve lyn Baldwin Collections Secured. Christlania, Aug. 19. The Evelyn Baldwin has arrived here from Spits bergen, whence she sailed northward until stopped by pack-ice. She reached latitude 80.45, and secured valuable ge ological and botanical collections for the American colleges. SIX ARTILLERYMEN KILLED. Belgrade, Aug. 19. A dispatch from Nisch announces that during gunnery practice there to-day a shell belonging to one of the guns of the fortress ex ploded, killing six artillerymen and badly injuring four others. ANARCHISTS COMING HERE. London, Aug. 19. In anarchist circles here it is' stated that a number of ex iled Spanish anarchists, who recently arrived in England, started this morn ing for America. THE CARLIST AGITATION. Madrid, Aug. 19. Unconfirmed re ports are in circulation at Valencia to the effect that the Carlists In the trict of Chelva. are preparing to Lilt of Patents Issued from the United States patent office Tuesday, August 17, 1S97, for the state of Connecticut, furnished ua from the office of Earle & Seymour, solici tors of patents, 868 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn.: E. S. Alvord, assignor to W. H. Bar num, Danbury, machine for stiffening hat brims. ' W. F. Banks, assignor to National Electrical Manufacturing company, Milford, switchboard apparatus. T. G. Bennett, assignor to Winchester Repeating Arms company, New Ha ven, locking mechanism for lever guns. F. G. Echols, assignor to Pratt & Whitney company, Hartford, tool hold er. H. E. Fowler, deceased, A. N. Fowler, Naugatuck, administratrix, pipe bend ing machine. C. L. Goodrich, assignor to W. W. Tuckerm, Hartford, attachment for se curing saddles of velocipedes to their supports. . C. E. Mayo, New Haven, fan attach ment. C. H. Otis, assignor one-half to C. H. MeKirdy, JiTew Britain, holder for in candescent lamps. C. E. Riecker, assignor to Stanley Rule and Level company, New Britain, rule Joint. C. C. Roberts and L. S. Stoddard, Ansonia, apparatus for coating sheet metal plates. I. H. Spencer, assignor to Spencer Motor company, Hartford, air compres sor. W. H. Taylor, assignor to Yale & Towne Manufacturing company, Stam ford, cylinder lock. DESIGNS. L. J. Atwood, assignor to Plume & terbury, lamp burner. Atwood Manufacturing company, Wa- C. A. Bailey, Cromwell, toy safe, two patents. J. A. Smith, assignor to Landers Fra ry & Clark, New Britain, case for spring balances. J. S. Whitney, Wallingford, car wheel. F. A. Wilmot, Bridgeport, sheet metal tube blank. xoTies of the markets. Among the dispatches to Kimberly, Root & Day yesterday was the follow ing: "Everywhere I have been there is a spirit of hopefulness and good' cheer which has not been evident for years. Even in Canada they have taken the bit and are preparing to take hold again. This rise in wheat means every thing to the farmers, and all lines of trade are being affected. I am very bullish for a bull and believe that If this market keeps up till fall there will be a greater outside Interest In specu lation than ever before in the history of this country." . . Cuthbert & Co.'s dispatches yesterday say: "Dow & Jones say the stock market is up on what is called a mixture of commission buying and short covering. London traded on both sides, being about even-up. Houseman was the lar gest individual buyer, taking about 10, 000 shares of various stocks. "The advance in wheat has checked the decline in the stock market and spoiled the carefully prepared plan for a further break which the bears had arranged. We think the market will do better, and advise purchases. The pa pers will be full of a dollar wheat to night and to-morrow, and all that this means to "the farmer. We esnecially think well of the grangers and low pric ed southwestern shares. "The advance in wheat is not due to crop damage, but to the great strength of the. foreign situation and continued heavy foreign buying." , STARVED HERSELF TO DEATH. Lena Colllnsworth Vowed That, She Wouldn't Eat. and She Didn't. Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 19. Lena Col llnsworth of Claiborne county died yes terday from the effects of a fifty-eight days' fast. She starved herself to death under a vow. She had quarelled with her husband. They separated and she vowed that he would fast until he returned to her. The efforts of friends and relatives to force her to eat were of no avail. KING OF SIAM NOT COMING HERB London, Aug. 19. The King of Siam, Chulalongkorn I., will not vieit the United States, as at first proposed. Af ter his continental visits he will feem bark on his yacht at Marseilles and sail for home. There is a star that points every woman to the path way of happiness. It is the f'Star of Health." It is the duty of every mother to point out this star ana. inaicate tms patnway to ner aauguters. There are too many unhappy too many un healthy women in the world. At every gathering where women meet alone, the story is heard of sickness and nervousness and despondency. The woman who suffers in this way makes a mistake to consult the average obscure physician. If she does so, the chances are that she is told that her trouble is nervous ness or insomnia or indigestion or heart trouble. It does not happen very often that this diagnosis is correct. When by some fortunate chance she is told the truth, that she is suffering from weakness and disease of the distinctly feminine organism, she is told at the same time that she must submit to the obnoxious examinations and local treatment so embarrassing to a sensitive woman. All this is unnecessary. The wise woman will seek the advice of some specialist of world wide reputation. Dr. K. V. Pierce is such a man. For thirty years he has been chief consulting phvsi cian to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical institute, at Buffalo, N. Y. During that um, wun uie assistance ot a stall ot emi nent physicians, he has treated thousands of ailing women. He is the inventor of that wonderful medicine for women known as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. This medicine acts directly on the delicate and important organs taat make maternity pos sible. It cures all weakness, disease, in. ternal ulceration and inflammation and de-, bilitatiiig drains. It has transformed thou sands of weak, suffering women into healthy, happy, robust wives. It is for sale by all good medicine dealers. Never fail to cure constipation Dr. ISP F. R. COUDERT RECOVERING. , In Better Health Than He Has Been In a Long Time. New York, Aug. 19. Frederic R. Cou dert is ranidly recovering from his re- eent illness at Bar Harbor, Me. Daniel J. Holden of the Mr. Couoerre law firm said this morning: "Mr. Coudert's health is showing a decided improvement. We received a letter to-day from his wife. In which she said that her husband was in bet ter health and spirits than he had been in a long while. This news is most en couraging, and leads us to hope that Mr. Coudert will soon regain his normal condition." BURNED BY A LIVE WIRE. A Banker Fatally Injured While Try ing to Put the Wire Out of the Way. ' Montgomery, Ala., Aug. 19. Charles Cooper, an officer of the Josiah Morris bank, was shocked by a live electric wire which dropped on the sidewalk at Lee and Bibb streets this morning. Cooper attempted to push it aside and he was knocked down and fatally burn ed. 27TH C. V. REUNION. The 29th reunion of the 27th C. V. as sociation will occur Wednesday, Sep tember 1st, 1897, at Lighthouse grove. They meet at the New Haven Green, corner Church and Chapel streets, and take cars for the grove at 10:00 a. m. Charles F. Smith, president, E. G. Mansfield, secretary. I FOR SKIN-TORTURED And rest for tired mothers in a warm bath with Cuticuba Soap, and a single application of CuticorA (ointment) , the great skin cure. Cdtiodba Remedies afford Instant relief, and point to a speedy cure of torturing, dis figuring.humiliating, itching, burning, bleed ing, crusted, scaly skin and scalp humors, with loss of hair, when all else fails. Sold throughout the world. Pottkb DBUO xtxd Cnxu. Coup., Sole Propn., Bolton. asr" " How to Cure Shin-Tortured Babies, free. CtflN QfflIP "nd Hair Beautified b7 CUTICUBA SOAP. ' Storage Warehouses 35 Olive Street and 2S2 Wballey Avenue. -,' Largest and most complete facilities In the State. , . " . '. Private apartments securely locked. Packing and transferring. au7 for the Treatment and Cure of LIQUOR, MORPHINE ana narcotic urug n aunts. Trained mole and female I nurses. Send lor illustrated uawioifue, u'eiepnone. Aaar. DR. ROSE'S SANITARIUM. l South Windham, Conn. jy2 eod arm No Advance ON THE PRICES OP OUR CARPKT STOCK, ALTHOUGH THE LARGEST MILLS IN THE COUNTRY HAVE MADE LARGE ADVANCES IN PRICE. YOUR SUMMER BUYING WILL SAVE YOU MONEY, AS IT WILL BE IMPOSSIBLE TO SELL GOODS AT THE PRESENT PRI CES WHEN THE STOCK ON OUR STIELA'ES HAS TO BE RE PLACED. IP YOU WISH GOODS PUR CHASED NOW STORED UNTIL FALL, AVE AVILL DO SO FREE OF CHARGE. HAVE YOU SEEN OUR RUFFLED PISH NET CURTAINS AT $1.40 PER PAIR ? ! THEY ARE GREAT VALUE. 68, 70, 72 Orange Street. CLOSED SATURDAYS AT NOON. fgrmrtsious, Set THE RIGHT ROAD TO KLONDIKE. Save sliver or gold by purchasing your wants at the Palace Market; bargains all over the store. Nice fresh killed Broilers 12c lb, tine young Fowls 8c lb, Turkeys 12c lb, Spring Lnmb (lef:8) 10c lb, nice sweet Corned Beef 2c lb, Stew Meats Beef, Veal or Mutton, 2c lb. A selected stock or Cnn teloupes 5c eaeh. Fine large Watermelons 20c each. Visit our Butter and Egg de partments. E. SCHOENBERGER & SON, 02-96 George street and 1-2-3 Central Mar ket, Congress avenue. Fancy Fruits. Received To-day: CALIFORNIA CRAWFORD PEACHES. MISSOURI PEACHES. NATIVE PEACHES. GEORGIA WATERMELONS. MARYLAND MELONS. CALIFORNIA PLUMS. CALIFORNIA MALAGA GRAPES. CALIFORNIA BARTLETT PEARS. HUCKLEBERRIES, BLACKBERRIES. E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st E. H. CLARK. No. 2 Whitney Avenue, The largest dealer iu Sweet Cream in New Haven, at wholesale aud retail; vou can always find it there. Also Choice But ter in 5 lb. boies for S1.00. We also have the famous Sage Butter, very nice, for 25c lb, and Fresh Country Eggs. Pure Cider Vinegar; native Salt Pork; the best quality of Groceries. Telephone 1339-4. We give Trading Stamps. Give me aa order; goods delivered. - . - Potatoes ! Potatoes I For This Week 80c per bushsi, 20c perpsck. Buy now, for they will be higher. "Local showers" are spoiling the crop.' pMASON'S FEUIT JARS, quarts, 60oent MASON'S FRUIT JARS, pints, 43 cents per dozen. A nice RED SALMON 10c a can. s.l!r"S'IvN,ew COLUMBIA RIVER FLAT SALMON, key opener, finest iu the market, loc ft can. Large juicy MESSINA LEMONS 18c not dozen. We are receiving Huckle berries direct from Colchester daily. S. S. ADAMS, cor. State and Court Sts. Telephone. ' WHY BUY POOR, INFERIOR . BUTTER, when you can get the very , Finest Fresh M Creamery in tubs for 22c lb, or 5 lbs for $1.08, , ... -at- '' .':., C. T. DOWNES & SON Broadway, York and Elm Streets. 1 We guarantee the quality; try and see. PALAOK market BARGAIN DAY SATURDAY, AUG. 7th. opj-mg ouiujieus i4u io.; xuriieys lac lo.f Fowls 8c lb. S Drill ir Lamb Lnra IOr Hi. Fresh Beef, Veal and Mutton for stew 2o lb: a nice Roast Beef for 6 or 8c lb: flmt- class California Hams 9c lb; Cottage Ham iuc 10. jc resn uountry Jiggs izc uozeu. nuiuiuuuat uu cam, nue ittige ripe water melons 2sc each; Sweet Corn and Vegeta bles of all kinds at lowest market prices. E. SCHOENBERGER . SON. , 0296 George street, and 1-2-3 Central Mar ker, uongress avenue. AAAAMAMMMMAAAAMAAAAAAAAAAM LOWEST SPOT CASH PRICE! FOR FIDTS! FRESH MEATS CARRIED HIOIHE BT THE CONSUMER. Booth Meat Co. i 370 State Street, OTflDCC 62 Congress Aw. goo State Street, OlUnXO 59i Grand Ave. , 7 Grand Ave.. Fair Haven. '. For Illumination, Decorations and Seashore Cel ebrations. FIREWORKS. FLAGS, LANTERNS, aBj r InrJ KAI.I.UU.NB. FRUITS for all occasions. J. B. JUDSON, 867 0HAPEL STREET. M MWReceltt One car '97 pack Star Lobster in tails, flats, and half pounds: , 100 BOXES June make Gleason Factory Cheese ; . 100 cases' " , Tanglefoot Fly Paper.. - We offer above to the Trade Only at Maix' ket Value. . J. D. DEWELL & CO, 239 STATE STREET.. Coffee. Coffee. Those who are in want of the Finest, Purest JatniJIJu Coffees, fresh roasted and fresh ground, can find them at 8. W. IIURLBTJRT'S, 1074 CHAPEL STREET IE SPECIAL For Friday, Legs of Spring Lamb 14c per pound. Public Market, 390-392 State Street HAERT C. BOOTH, Manager, ; lelephpa 1279. .' "". t I