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STEW HAYES 3IOEXDTG JOURNAL AND COUEIEE, MONDAY; AUGUST 8 1904
5 )feasfopii! AUGUST TTDTnT- JrK.iliir HALF -SALE- HALF PRICE on all White Lawn Walsts.that we have. r HALF PRICE on all White Lawn Suits that we have. ! HALF PRICE on all Children's White" Lawn Dresses that we have. , I HALF PRICE on all Ponge jee Silk, and Taffeta Silk Coats in stock. . HALF PRICE on all white and natural Linen Suits in stock. , HALF PRICE on Wash Skirts in stock. all t HALF PRICE on all Children's Gingham Dresses in stock. ' HALF PRICE on Black ' Lawn Waists stock. ' . - all in A General Clearing out -in CLOAK Q0?1 August Prices for Carpet Buyers. We offer for your inspection a mammoth line of every grade of floor coverings, and guarantee to giVe better values and larger assortment than you will find in any floor covering stock in the State. FineAxminstersi.y. Good Velvets $1. yd. Well Worth $1.25 Others Charge $1.25 Standard Ingrains, 65c. yd. . Guaranteed Strictly All Wool. Inlaid Linoleum, $im yd. ' ' Only a Limikd Quantity. ' These are only a few of the exceptional values, we offer, and the prices quoted are not for remnant stock. If you wish limited quantities we will sell any we have at one-half their, regular value. - V ,.. " -JIII.I1III.- I I I'll I Hill "' I 1 "V'ft I 'fX'f V." v ' flew Haven WindowShadeCo. 75 to 81 Foot of center St. ITT" " " "7' THE ' ' '" ' " - " Astatic VBlYEt TfiM Po rrn 'minvn lRRtrnTlllN. TAN AM) It'UJUUfkljfcls. . To prevent Chailna-, and cure abrasions from Tight Shoes, Trusses, Elas- tie Hosa or from any other cause. ' ' , ' To relieve Tired and AchlnK Feet, this powder la unequalled. A PERFEOT NURSERY PO WDER Free from perfume, It leaves no unpleasant ouor. Harmless and grateful to the moat acnsltlve akin, Cheapest Pawner in market for eenerai use.. Twenty Centa a package. bold Only By E. L. WASHBURN ft CO Manufacturing- nnd Prescription Druggists, ' 84 Church St. and 61-63 Center St.' Store Closed at ft p. ni., except Saturday. Sunday hour 12 to 1 p.m. i mi in . .'ILLLWy People's Fish Market 24 Congress Avenue. iVery fine stock of fish this week, and price rea sonable. Swordfish, Bluefish, Weakfish, Sea Bass, .Mackerel, Cod, Flounders, and Maine Salmon. Live and Boiled Lobsters. Hard and Soft Crabs every day. Clam Bakes supplied, BRANCH MARKET SAVIN ROCK. W. EL Wilson & Son. DoYouRnow? that we have some Old Califor nia Wine, Diablo Crest brand, rthat s 5unenor to manv ot me 'imported at one half the cost? Trv any of the six varieties the next time you want something choice. You will be surprised at the quality, not only at the price but irrespective of price, DIABLO CREST, Port, Toky, Bottle, Sherry, Angelica, Malaga, Muscatel. .50 Gallon, $2.00 Oobnson $ Brctfeer, 411-413 State St., oor. Court. State of Connecticut, County of New . Haven, as. ., , New Haven, Aug. 8, 1904. . This Is to certify that by virtue of an execution to me directed and delivered, and where Jack Wilson is plaintiff and Sam Silverman and Sam Ieecoff are de fendants, I have levjed on the following named property of said dfendants and will sell the same at publio acution at 108 Washington avenue on the 17th day of August, 10, at 9 a. m.: Six packages crackers, 8 cans peach es, 60 cans tomatoes, 9 packages maca roni, 8 packages farina, 21 packages franck, 2 packages soda, 28 packages egg noodles, 4 bottles oil, 35 bottles ex tracts, 6 cans baking powder, 9 cans oondensed milk, 8 cans corned beef, 9 bottles pickles, 1 box English walnuts, 1 box shoe strings, 10 packages Uneeda biscuits, 6 boxes needles, buttons, r etc., 14 mantles, 1 lot clay pipes, small case, 4 cans spices and teas, 1 lot barley, 1 part box C. pins, 2 part boxes butter dishes, 1 lot stationery, 1 part barrel sugar, 1 part barrel salt. 1 bags starch, -bag macaroni, Itf bags ver micella, 19 bottles catsup, 15 cans beans, 7 jars syrup, 10 packages Everlasting starch, 6 packages H. O. flour, 1 pack age bird seed, 1 package pepper, 1 pa per B. holder, 9 bottles bluing, 578 bars soap, soda fountain, 1 tot bags, 1 large ice box, 1 ball rope, 3 wash boards, 5 C. coal, 1 part can pepper, 15 cups mus tard, 23 packages chicory, -3 bottles spices, 12 bottles ammonia, 5 cans- pot- lash, 12 packages shoe polish, 7 brooms, 11 packages matches, 27 packages soapr lne, 4 pacKages stove pousn, i pari, uu candles, 1 lot nutmegs and cinnamon, -12 shoe brushes, 25 bottles ink, 1 lot lamp wicks, clothes line, 1 part barrel vine gar, 1 lot barrels and baskets. 6 scoops, oil tank containing oil, 1 part box W. powder, 5 bundles woodt small desk, 4 cases crackers, etc., 10 lbs lump eugar, 11 shoe and stove brushes, 8 cans crack ers, show case, 1 lot candy, 2 sets scales, lot measures,. 2 coffee mills, roil paper and rack, 19 cans -Karo syrup. .44 cans salmon, 21 lamp chimneys, 1 lot lumers and shades, 12 boxes herring,. 120 cans sardines and salmon, 7 packages oats.-T bottles catsup, 45 packages gold dust, 1 package flour, 4 bags salt, bog candles, 11 cans condensed milk, 8 glasses syrup, 3 packages root beer extract, 3 cans, svrup, lot peas and beans. . . ... .: Attest: ROSCOE P. BROWN. ,au8St Constable.: ORANGE ST. Closed Saturdays at Noon. I It U the Best ana f TROLLEY TROUBLES SETTLED EMPLOYES ACCEPTED TEUSTS OFFERED BY COlirAXY. A Enthusiastic Meetlae General Manager Faaderfar4 PraUei by Met Regular Hen Get Twenty-one Ceata Per Hour All Overtime t be Paid at Tweaty-flve Ceata Per . Hour Extra Ben Get Tea Boar Day Committee : Notify Mr. Pnaderf ord. - General satisfaction was expressed about town yesterday owing to the ac ceptance of the terms offered by the officials of the railroad company by the Trolleymen's union, and over the fact that during the heated term New Ha ven is not to be burdened by a trolley strike. The company is to be congratu lated on the successful management of the case and its happy outcome,.... The trolleymen voted with enthusiasm to accept the terms offered by the com pany. and the public can continue their pleasure rides on the trolley lines as usual without Interruption. General Manager Funderford comes in for a good deal of praise for his diplomacy In the matter and his courteous handling. of the case. After a prolonged meeting which be gan at 2 o'clock yesterday morning and which lasted until the hour of adjourn ment, 4:20 o'clock, the men voted to ac cept everything that the company had offered them with three -cheers and a hurrah, and all visions of future trouble vanished into thin air. The meeting was called to order by President James W. Burke, who read the answer of the company to the re quest of the men. The main points of the company's answer were these: j , : Extra men those who have worked fractions of. days heretofore to get a ten-hour day hereafter. - All men aerving less than a year to get : 20 cents an hour instead of 20 hereafter. All regular men to get 21 cents on hour Instead of 20 hereafter. . : Men on snow plow and other work of this character to get 25 cents an hour. All overtime work Is to be paid for at the rate of 25 cents an hour hereafter. (The men asked for 30 cents on hour.) The 25 cents an hour applies to extra men as well as old men now. .. This Is considered a concession. . The union is not recognized. The oldest trolleymen to be given the preference in runs and to be given all the advantages that would naturally be due them. - The meeting was laudatory of Gen eral Manager Funderford throughout. Rev, Alexander F. Irvine, who Is an honorary member of the Trolleymen's union, made a . brief prayer' at the opening . of the meeting and subse quently counselled the men . against taking any hasty action. Throughout the meeting there . was absolutely no talk of strike. The recent appearance of Mr. Punderford, the energetic gen eral manager of the road,, before the men, and his. talk to them, on their work, seemed to be, an upper current throughout.. '. The balloting on the various proposi tions before the meeting was carried through with cheers. Committeeman. Dennis S, Fitzgerald, the secretary of the union,; after-a speech recommending the acceptance of the company's terms, moved that a vote of thanks be tendered the general man ager. . The motion was carried unani mously. President Burke then made a speech in which he lauded Mr.. Punderford and told the men that they should follow out the instructions given by the latter at his recent address to them in Music hall. Ex-President Bernard M. Hope then made a speech along the same lines. At the conclusion a committee com posed of Charles W. Minnlx, Dennis 8. Fitzgerald, President Burke and Rev, A. F. Irvine, members of the executive committee, was appointed to acquaint the general manager with the action of the meeting. This was done with ap plause, and the meeting was then ad journed. ; The committee met Mr. Punderford at the offices of the Consolidated Rail way company at 5 o'clock yesterday morning, the latter being called out of bed to meet them. ' COMPANY MADE PREPARATIONS. The Consolidated Railway company was disposed to take no chances upon the action of the men, and made the fullest preparations Saturday nlftht, judging from reports from the mayor's office and from the chief of police, look lng for the fullest protection from the bluecoats In case the road found itself without its- regular men to handle its cars yesterday. The company asked for police protefr tion from the mayor Saturday' after noon, It is stated, in case such protec tion should be necessary in handling its cars in the event of a strike, and tt was stated that there were a number' of Plnkerton men on duty here. Recruits from out of town were arranged for to come to New Haven if needed. ' BURGLARY, AT SMBDLET'S. Burglar Alarm Calls Detectives and Thief is Caught. Yesterday morning, at 8 o'clock the burglar alarm connected with the warehouse of Smedley & Co., ranj and the detective bureau being notified. De tectives Frey, Ward and Daley respond ed and caught Henry Brookscolored, in the act of stealing liquor from pack ages stored there. He -was very much surprised at the appearance of the of ficers and attempted to escape, but was quickly placed under arrest. He gave his residence a,t Hudson street, " The burglar alarm register of Smed ley & Co. is after their own ideas end is a reliable piece of mechanism, as was shown yesterday morning. WAIAJJNUITORD PREACHER OFPI- CIATES, ' Rev. Mr. Spinney of Walllngford preached two fine discourses at the mrst .Baptist church . yesterday. His morning sermon was upon looking on tne Dngnt siae. ' " v The pastor of the First church, Rev, Mr. Lent, is away in the west deliver ing a series of lectures at a western TheNew EDAM. ATEST thing in Cheese. All tne way from Holland in tins. A real .Edam, minus the V.J? herd outside ; solid cheese without waste, packed in an attractive style and of a size that's just right for the average family. Not hard rich and appetizing. Handy to open and in Just the rieht condition to serve., 35 cts. a tin. Entirely new in this Country and to be had only of District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, , v August 6; 1904. ESTATE of HUGH BRUTON, late of New Haven, in said District, deceased. James F. Bruton having made writ ten aDDlication pravlna- that the time heretofore limited for the presentation of claims against said estate be extend ed, as by said application on Hie in this Court more fully appears, it is Ordered, That said application be heard and determined at a Court of probate to be held at New Haven, in said district, on the 11th day' of August, 1904, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, and that nubile notice of the fcendencv of said application, and of the time and nlace of the hearing thereon, be criven by publishing this order three times in tome newspaper having a cidculation In said District. i i By Order of Court, :. JAMES KINGSLET BLAKE, au8 8t - Clerk. District of Kew Haven, ss. ' Probate Court.. Aueust-'B. 1904. ESTATE "of CHARLES A. -WARREN, c late of New Haven, .In said District, Tho Executors having exhibited their administration account with said estate to this Court for allowance, -it is Ordered, That the 10th day of August, 1J04, at ten o'clook-'ln the forenoon, at a Court of Probatotto be held at New Haven, in said district, be and the Bamo is aoDolnted for ia hearing on the allowance of , salAaccount. and this court directs that notice of the time and place of said hearing be given by publishing this ' order three times in pome newspaper having a circulation in saia district. n v ... By order or court, , : LIVINGSTON W. CLEAVELAND, au8 3t . , Judge. r for;sale. ; HOUSE and large jot on Whalley Ave., or would exchange for a farm." GEO. A. ISBELL, . : - 613 Malley Building;, Who Wants This? A nontrolllne: interest in an establish ed manufacturing business of 20 years standing. Factory running run .time Particulars at KIMBERLT'S. brokers, exchange, Room 11, Benedict Building, Si Church Bt., new Haven. aa-it : FOR REJTT. Th fine residence corner State and Trumbull Streets. This house contains 19 rnnma. nnd is nicely located .in one of the best residential districts in the city. Especially adapted tor a pnysi Mnn or dfintlst. House in first-class re pair, and rent to a aesiraoie pany very reasonable. , . ,;. Room 402, . i9oa Chapel St SAVIN ROCK THEATER Week of Aug. 8th. Every Afternoon at 8:16; Every Even- 1UB VL OiJLU, BERTIE FOWLER, MATHEWS and ASHLEY And Six Other Star Acta. ; Tnenday, August Oth. Scramble day at Old Mill. ' $200 Thrown Away. Thursday! Lolly-Pop Day. FELL OFF A CAR; Snlonnkeener Crowley Injured While Riding to This City. 1 F. V. Crowley,' a saloonkeeper at 103 Crown street, while returning on a car from Savin Rock last evening acciaen tally fell off on Campbell avenue, near Church street, -and was quite badly hurt. There were two scalp wounds, and his arms and body were also quite hadiv bruised. He was taken to nis home. 6 Orange street, in a carriage. No serious results are anticipated. Mr. frowlev also has a branch saloon on Grove street, Savin Rock. ' : EX-GO'V.LOtrNSBURY'S CONDITION RidKefleld, Aug.. 6. The condition of ex-Governor George E. Lounsbury re mains abount the same as for the past week. The attending physicians say that death is not far distant, but It may not occur for some aays.- There seems no hope of a rally that will be lasting, al though the ex-governor was a little more comfortable yesterday. MARRIED IN NEW YORK. Announcement is-made of the mar riage of Frederick J. Windisch of this city to Miss Iva A. Bralnard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Charles H. Bralnard of Madison. The wedding was quietly solemnized in the church of Transfigur Jlcal gsrrttc. Three Large Houses. These Looses are so arranged that they may easily be occupied by two families, though originally built for one family. One contains fifteen large rooms, etc., and is on Whalley Avenue near Orchard Street. Another Is on Orchard : Street near Whalley Avenue and has ten rooms with two kitchens and a three-stall barn. The third is on Olive Street and has fifteen rooms, of which the second floor may be sub-rented. , ' f - NEAR WHITNEY AV. S60 A very nicely located en-room modern house but two doors from the avenrie. - It has hardwood floors on lower floor; - hardwood trim, fireplaces, etc. ELM STREET $20 A good flat of five light rooms with hard woodtrinvand improvementssituated a little above Dwifcht St., and an easy walk from the center of the city. WILLIAM STREET $18 Five larre, light rooms on the third floor of a newly renovated three-family house. It has all improvements except heat and , , is convenient to the center. ORCHARD STREET $16 A whole house near Henry Street. It lias seven rooms, water, gas and closet. The house is in good repair and not far from Winchesters. WILLIAM STREET $13 Four light pleasant rooms on the second - floor near Olive Street. Has gas and closet; is convenient to the center and .. the down-town factories. - - 41 Money to Loan on Real Estate 2 0 I - Rate of interest depending ea amount of security. Money may be had at short notice if loan i. good. REMOVAL. The sub scriber re spectfully announces that he has removed his office and ware r o o m s from 162 Orange St. to 498 State St., cor. of Elm. THEO. KEILER. Funeral Director and Embnlmer. Branch Of fice. 455 Campbell Ave., " . Wert Haven. Conn. MINIATURE ALMANAC, AUGUST 8. S Rises 4:51 Moon Rises H'h Water S Sets - 7:01 I - 1:41 I 8:19 p. m, DEATHS. MEYER August 6, 1904, Mrs. Susan Meyer, widow 01 FredericK Meyer, aired 71 years 9 months. i Funeral Tuesday, 2:S0 p. m., from resi dence. No. 10 Barclay sireet., n PTiARK Tn this citv. Auarust 7. 1904. Mary w., widow or wunam uiars. a cred B8 vears 2 months and 28 days. Funeral services will be held at her late residence, 108 uwignt street, Tues day morning-. August 9, at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. - Interment at Plainvllle, CMnn. It JOHNSON In Ashley Falls, August 6, Mary A., wire 01 JtranK iu. .jonnson, uoreft KS VRnrS. ' Funeral services will be held at her late residence, No. 15 warren avenue, on Tuesday, August 9, at 3 o'clock. Rel atives and friends are invited to at tonrf. ltt , TXintfTER In this bitv. AuKust 7. 1904. Thomas B. JUOCKyer, in tne atn year nf h see. . . - - Funeral services will be held at No. 69 fihelton avenue on weanesaay arter noon at half-past two o'clock. Friends are invited to attend. Burial private. It HOPE In this city, August 6, Ellen Julia, widow or Henry w. nope, agea 63 years 7 months 16 days. Funeral from her late residence, 611 Wintnrop avenue, xuesaay, August , at 2:30 p. m. , aus utp MARINE LIST. Port of New Uovea. ' ' ARRIVED: Sen William Curtis, Curtis, Greenport, L. I. , Sch Henrietta, coiger, ureenport, L. I. ' Sch E. C. Titus, Titus, Northport, L. I. Sch , PleasantvlUe (Br), McLean, Sackville, N. S. Sch Ophelia, Clark, w. x. , -, - , Taoht Lucy, Childs. Rockaway. CLEARED. Sch Julia and Martha, Hopps, N. T. Sch Henrietta, Coiger, Northport, L. I. . sch Acme, xnomaa, in. x. Sch Phoenix, Carlton, N. T. Sch Van Name & King, Brown, Norfolk- " Sch Success, Edwards, N. T. Sch Boston, Moulton, N. T. Sch Emma, Halpln, N. Y. V Sch Rebecca Douglas, Miller. REMOVAL. i DR. C. E. PARK has removed his office - from 132 Olive Street to 42 Elm St. aS-14t .-. FOR RENT. .. ' -HANDSOME residence No. 420 Temple street. Modern -up-to-date dwelling. WARD, 81 Church Street. ,J29-tf FOR RENT. :- , LARGE. ' airy, well furnished rooms, moderate prices. 305 George St. a3-7t ,,- FOR SALE. ANTIQUE chest of drawers made of the finest mahogany, richly carved col umns and claw feet. Perfect- condi tion. . Charles Badura, Artistic Cabi . net Maker. 4 Whitney Avenue, Whit neyvllle. , a6-3tp -.- . FOR SALE. BARGAINS in most Jobs, built by first class Boston maker. 1 second-hand Coupee Rockaway, 1 second-hand ; Covert Stanhope; I second-hand Spin . dler Stanhope: 1 second-hand Trap, built by Kimball of Boston, FRED ERICK HOWSHIELD, 174 to 206 Bas ; sett St. a8-7t SARATOGA SPRINGS. The Kensington . , . Opens July 1st. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN HENRY A, BANG, Proprietor. ;' j 1 -i ' ; ", "--:-'-V-r if r- ' r: . 1 . . . x J fScat gstatc, CASSIUS STREET SI3 Just the right kind of four-room rent for two people. .Hardwood trim, bath, closet and gas. Newly decorated and has never bees occupied. HENRY STREET $12 A pleasant rent of four light rooms suit, able for two people. Newly finished, and having hardwood trim, bath, closet and gas. Near W. R. A. Co. shops. NORTH FRONT ST; $ A quite pleasant rent of six rooms with t'ood view up and down the river. It is but three minutes walk from the Grand Avenue electric car line. BRADLEY STREE1 $11 A pleasant rent of five light rooms on . intra noor ota blocK near (xrana Ave. It is near the down town factories, and rooms are in good repair. WEBSTER STREET '$10 A first floor rent of four rooms Sear Ashman Street and but a few blocks from the W. R. A. Go.'s shops. It is less than a half mile from the oonter. : FOR SALE-1,000 set patent Stove Brick. aveij set warranted one year. . Ordaia received 788 STATB STREET, FOR SALE. A two family house, large lot, located on principal avenue in West Haven. Or would exchange for New Haven prop erty. Money t Loaa In Sums to Salt. L. G. HOADLEV, W1NCHESTEB BUILDING 87 Orange Street - . Office Open ESvanlnsa, FOR KENT. Lyceum Ball (Crown and Gregson Sts.) atooee jueetinnt Balls and Leoturea, Also for rent, 'Store and Basement,, 20 Gregson Bt. (near Center). FOR SALS. The valuable property, - 181 State St. FOR TERMS INftTJIRB JANITOR, Washington Bullillog, 39 Cnnrck Street. FOR RENT. A FURNISHED HOUSE and bam on Whit ney Are. for private residence only. Gardner Morse Son., Heal Estate and Tire Insurance. 851 CHAPEL STREET ffitf FOR SALE. A property situated near Chapel and Churoh Street, suitable for alterations for business purposes, deep lot and rear entrance. Chas. H. Webb, 880 CHAPEL STREET. For Sale. . . . Donhle honse, 01 and 63 Greene St, Lot 69 by 160. J. C. PUNDERFORD, ' 118 CHUBCE IIBIBI, RENTS First Floor, No. 127 Dwtgrht Street. First Floor, No. 43 Clinton Avenue. Second Floor, Nov 80 Grove Street. 87 Church Street.- , CHAS. A. BALDWIN. TO LET. English Hall, Corner State and. Court Streets. . Suitable for a Society. 1 BENJ. R. ENGLISH, 838 Chapel Street. The TWO 2- also Building Lot, Must Be Sold To Close an Estate. j l . .51 -IsS Co. " a war (or each taeertfoa. Ave cento a word for a full week, mki tinea. ... WASTED. TI?E EDW. MALLET CO. want a sale,, lady who is thoroughly familiar wiUi stationery and taking orders for ea. -"""6- aS-St WASTED. F,U- & A,rmy. able-bodied, unmar. ried men, between ages 21 and S5 ciuaseua . of United States, of good cubi-acler and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Apply Recruiting Office, o Chapel S1- .w Hav; 6 State St., Hart i1 Main Bt, BridgeporW or m Bank Bt, Waterbury. Conn. iyl tt JOXES' EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 83 Church. Telephone 1401-12. Connec fB '"est agency for best help, TrJ t&l IemaIe a? bt positlonl Try this agrency. SaUsfaction guar anteed to aiL WANTED FOB the TJ. 8. Army; aWe-bod!ed. enmir. ried men, between the ages of kl and 36: cltiseni of Dnited State, of xi chZZ acter and temperate habits, who eta speak, read and write English. For liS """JLPD'y. BECRU1TIKG WV1C- '. w v-uapei street, Mew Haves; 69 btate street. Hartford; 1025 Main ureet. Bridgeport, or ISO Bank street WatS ol-diil SH?S:?AM'S RELIABLE EMPLOT UI A.GEHC If, 76 3 Chapel Bt, esSl. sffd n! ?rf eest. best in the ' frt snal? nd temale help for where. i worn, sent any n28-tf EJIPLOVMFCT icmr. MKS. S. A GLADWIN'S. 102 Cr.T,L . Booms 4-3. The best help. bIbo the hiS rn li0 to 6 p. a. Xelbo Call 1830. Xis. It DXtscellauemta. R. B. HAM.nnv v, buu aifum Et. Household iml. . room 143 Orange St. 4-tf - -. .. ' -,. BIASSAGE. . MISS LEE3KE, graduate C T. S 237 Dlxwell Ave. Car to Charles St. Lat est methods, best results, in ail l?0l8 of a8saga, electric, mag' netic. Faoe and neck wrinkles remov 2 ',n .Blx treatments. Falun hair checked and color, restorei flourS day and evening. 1 ClB?rASrrMary J- Wright, M. IX, Wwihf1.-V?En.t' 27 High Street. W ,htc!s ,theest known clairvoyani 2LPrd,otlons.,oa health, business social, never fall. Doctor treats al 8af.s.wltn. or without, medicineT Patent Store Brick are Cbo.oout. FOR S.K SAVIN ROCK, handsome Colonial cot tage, 1 rooms, heat, fireplace, modern plumbine: hardwonfl trim nnfl J25- COLONIAL. This Office. , MRS. BUSH, 281 Crown St-Magnetlo massage, general treatment with ot without alcohol or oil. Facial or scalp treatment with reliable prepa rations. Electricity. Vapor or steam oaths. Superfluous hair removed without electricity. Manicuring. Special treatment for tender feet,alsc corns and bunions without use oi knife. Office treatment or at resi dence of patients. Patent Stove Brick are cheapest. LOST. . '"V . BLACK Water Spaniel Dog, answers to name of "Doc." Return to Wra. H. Van Buren, 224 Crown St, A 11b eral reward will be paid. a3-3t R. B. MALLORT. AUCTIONEER. SELLS at 133 Edgewood Ave. (neft? Garden St.), Friday, 2 p. m, hallstamiL, parlor furniture, carpets, rug, cham ber furniture, dining table, rockers, chairs, tables, bedding, oilcloth, re frigerators, range, crockery, etc. a4-2tp ' Saw Shop. HAS REMOVED from next to Bridcro. to 181 St John St, Atwater Block, Special machines for saw and lawn mower work. 36 years experience. Drop postal. JAS. BARNACLE. . NOTICE. Notice Is herebv eiven of n. liMrinrf by the Bureau of Compensation to be held at room 16, City Hall. Auerust 11th. 1904, at 8 o'clock, p. m., on the assess ment of benefits and damaares for the establishment of a legal grade on Sher land Ave., between East Grand Ave, and Howard St. , . BUREAU OF COMPENSATION. a6-3t B. N. BLATCHLEY. Clerk. Honey Saved. During the Summer months we make "Spec- ial" prices, "Cut" prices, "Close out " prices, be- cause many people are away, many others do f not feel like buying and jjr business is dull. . Still, money must be raised to pay bills, and the best way to crowd matters in midsummer is to' Sell Goods Cheap, so any Furniture you need, any Carpets. Ruga or Mattings, any Dinner or Toilet Sets, any House Furnishings of any de- scription, we will sell at ft rock bottom prices and on easy term3 of pay ment. it - &k Brown & Durham, Complete lloosa Furnishers, . ORANGE AND CENTER STREETS Closed .Fridays at 12. ., 2 - ' unautauqua. ation, New York city.