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t jgW HAVEN" HORNING jpUBXAL AND COLT&EIL MONDAY AUGUST 27 1906 New Soilings 17c. The new Henley Serge Suitings for chil dren's school dresses are here in a variety of pretty plaids and checks. The designs are exact copies of wool suitings. In browns and Price 17c a yd. Send for samples. greys, blues. The Ladies' Home Journal Patterns. Ask at our pattern coun ter for complete catalogue of The Ladies' Home Journal Patterns. You are welcome to look over it to your heart's content Our clerks will give you a copy of this month's Ladies Home Journal Style Book showing pages of the latest and most correct styles. The Ladies' Home Journal Patterns are sold for only 10 and 15 cents. No other popular-priced pattern can compare with them. The Ladies' Home Journal for - September now on sale.' Single copies 15c. Subscription price 1.25 a year until October 1st, af ter which the price will be 1.50. . Subscriptions taken at the Ladies' Home Journal Pattern counter. FIFTEENTH C. V. ANNUAL. Large and Highly Successful Reunion at Savin Rock. The thirty-ninth annual reunion of the Fifteenth Connecticut regiment was held at Savin Rock Saturday." There was the usual good attendance about 50 per cent, of the members. Colonel C. L. Upham, of Merlden, called the meeting to order In the theater at 11 o'clock. The usual secretary's and treasurer's reports were made, showing the association in pood condition and a substantial sum in the treasury, The roll of the dead since the last reunion was read by Secretary Ives, as follows: Company A Edward J. Steele and Lieutenant C. F. Harwood. Company B Joel T. Rice, Henry B. Piatt, Henry E. Thomas and George T. Clark. Company C Chauncey B. Bailey and Lieutenant Julius B. Blssell. Company E Gilbert W. Blinn. Company F Noah E. Baldwin and William W. Pinks. Company G Robert W. Williams. Company H Church R. Fox. Company I George W. Johnson. Company K Lorenzo E. Harrison. The Fifteenth was mustered into United States service August 25, 1S62, with every company filled to the maxi mum number. Scarcely more than 200 are now to be found. Of its field and staff officers not one is living, unless it may be Assistant Surgeon Edward O. Cowle's, who, nevertheless, has been missing two years or more. Of its first captains only Wheeler and Lovejoy are left. An address by Rev. Enoch E. Rogers, a clergyman of the company, was one of the features of the meeting. The en suing year's officers were elected and a place chosen for the next meeting. Aft er the meeting the company sat down to a splendid shore dinner served by Mr. Putnam In his restaurant. The officers for the ensuing year are as follows: President Colonel Charles L. Upham, of Merlden. Vice-president Charles Griswold, Guilford. Secretary-treasurer Oscar Ives, New London. Chaplain Rev. John. DooJittle, West Suffleld. Historian Sheldon Thorpe, of North Haven. Plt-EATIXG AT WHITE Cliy. Contests To-day That W1U Cause Pain in Sides of Spectators. If you want to keep your sides a-stir. ring, and a-tlrrlng fast and good, don't fall to be present at the White City every day this week, or at least one day. it is "grab-bag amusement week and any day you pick you will have as much fine fun as your heart can stand, This afternoon and evening visitors will be treated to a pie-eating contest for colored boys and girls, between thirty and forty having already entered. Cash prizes will be given to the first five consuming their pastry. The hands of the contestants .'will be tied behind them and the pies placed on a table. At a word from Manager Speck they will rush forward, each picking out a pie with his' mouth. It would be hard to imagine any more harmless enjoy ment than this will afford to both the contestants and visitors. To-morrow afternoon and evening a seedless watermelon eating contest will take place. Wednesday night there will be a unique apple battle, some of the maneuvers of which promise to be more ludicrous, than those of the Russians against the Japanese in the recent war. Thursday will witness the weekly pre sentation of gold watches and table sil verware prizes as follows: Tea set, five pieces, $35; coffee set, three pieces, $25; gold watch, $25;' lady's gold watch, $20; candelabra, $18; tea set, four pieces, $18; water set, $18; soup tureen, $18; baking dish, $15; water pitcher, $8. On Friday night there will be a repe tition of the magnificent spectacle and study in flame, tho "Deluge of Fire," and Saturday an auto parade. of of of BRIDGEPORT BOOZE And How it Did a New Haven Man, Robert Malone. Bridgeport booze has proved the un doing of a New Haven man after a three days' fight with it, in which he has consumed an enormous quantity of the favorite product, of tho "dead house" variety. Found on tho verge of the delirium tremens last night by Pa trolmen Garrlty and Haux, he was lock ed up at the police station on the charge of being insane. This morning he told Superintendent of the , Poor Brennan that his name was Robert Malone, that he was thirty-three years old, and that he belonged in New Haven. He had been in Bridgeport the past three days looking for work. Bridgeport Standard. Era CONNECTICUT'S LARGEST Carpet, Rug, and Drapery Store We handle everything for Floor Covering and sell on the lowest cash basis. RUGS Large and Small. MATTINGS Oar Own Importation UOIL CLOTHS and LINOLEUM Both Domestic and Imported. CARPETS Products of Standard Mills. SAVIN ROCK THEATER. At the Savin Rock theater this week the vaudeville company will be headed by Farrell and LeRoy In a comedy sing ing act. This act Is full of laughter all the way through, and will please- the audience. They are followed by Joe J. Sullivan and company in his own origi nal vaudeville comedy sketch. The Four Silbors will present their original burlesque comedy military act, in which two very clever children are introduced. , BIG WEEK AT . MOM AUGUIN. The Momauguln this week will also offer some startling enjoyment. To morrow will be a Japanese fote night, when a scene during the selcbratlon of Togo's naval victory in Tokiu will be produced. Holt's band will give a concert,-during which several appropriate Oriental airs will be played. , On Thursday the last fireworks and concert of the season will be given. You can rely on our fabrics. We supply expert workmen -and guarantee satisfaction. WINDOW SHADE CO. 75-81 ORANGE ST. Foot of Center St. 1STH SUBSCRIPTION WHOLESALE TAILORING. Fall and Winter Suits to Measure Good News to All Men in This Sec tion. On the 10th of September, 1901, the Hirsh stores, corner of Church and Crown streets, opened their first sub scription wholesale tailoring event, and ever since these events have been anaited by hundreds of New Haven's bc-st citizens during the fi'iing and fall Reason. Tho suits and overcoats that this firm has onado to measure, and phenominal ly low in price, have been a sensation every year, and, strange, to say, during ail this time no other clothing house has ever been able to compete with them. The nineteenth subscription opens this morning. Suits made to your meas ure for $12.90, and this will be tho on ly suit event of 'this season. If you want a good seat at the thea ter to have to reserve it in advance. If you want a good seat on the train you have to get there early. you want a good house you have lo ..lake your lease a long time ahead. If you want a good crop you must put in seeds early. Ay good things require preparation and time,, and for that reason it re quli s .(time to get out a good suit of clothes" made io your measure for $12.90, and if you wish to benefit by this of fering you will have to take time by the forelock. There may be some warm days yet, but the leaves will fall short ly, and then-you- will need your rfa'.V uK, We could not produce these suits three weeks later and charge you 'ess than ten dollars more. Each subscription event at the Hirsh stores increases the Interest of the public, and add to the popularity of tne firm. Thes one will be a "record breaker.", in a number of respects it win eclipse all others. So bear in mind and don't lot this opportunity be lost, The great event begins this 'morning. LOTAL ASSOCIATION, PLANS BAN QUET. A regular meeting of Yale council, No. 117, Loyal association, was held at Polar Star hall, 'Grand avenue, on the evening of August 13. Lifter routine business had been transacted, the good of the order prevailed, and the broth ers were entertained, right royally. Councillor F. P. Hoey announced that there would be' a number of new members taken In at the next meeting and a banquet would be given at that time. Plans are being made for an aggres sive campaign: beginning in September, and the council expects to make a large gain in membership, the number of members now being forty. 1,400 OF 'EM. About 1,400 excursionists were down to Savin Rock Saturday. A popular excursion from Rockvillo and points south brought 750, and another from "Vk u,! and immJiae Points brought 60f "-While a smQlj exCurslon from T)r rirife jn cunie in bringing 75. SPENCER TYLER REUNION. Tho Spencer Tyler dcescendants held their thirty-fourth annual reunion at Lake Compounce Thursday, August 23 About fifty relatives and friends gath ered during the day. Dinner was served tit one o'clock i;i this Casino After dinner the usual family meetln was held In the covorod pavilion ringing of the family ode wan first in ordi;r, followed by the i&ztv.nvy'n re- Port, which wan read aul accepted h'i lc'lowlng oinoa-s wvro chosen fo- Viv coming year; Pranlwr. L. A. l'tv. SUrt . Beach; vlca-preslder.:,. i.wK' 11, 'Mix, Bristol; ;.-etnrv and treasurer, Mrs. M. !.. Man'i. Now iri- tain; committeo of arrangements, Wil liam Gardner of Waterbury; Clifford Dailey of Cheshire, Mrs. Hittlo Fflr nald of Short Beach. llie meeting adjourned by sincrlncr 'Blest Be the TlQ," The remainder of the day was spent socially. OOne death during the year was reported mat of George F. Tylir of West Cheshire. Mr. Tyler was one of the six descenrants of Spencer Tyhr, who, with their families, held their fiist re union in 1S71 in the vicl.ii'y of Pros pect. Of tho two broths and four sisters, Mr. L. A. Tyler, of F.hort Beach; Mrs. William Bocidey, of Wa terbury, and Mrs. Char'.o .e Mix, Bristol, are now living. Four generations were represented at this meeting. Among thos present were Mr. L. A. Tyler, Mrs. Georgia Gilbert, Mrs. Hattle Fernalil, Short Peach; Mr. and Mrs. Ho ncr Shepard and son, New Haven; Mr. and Mrs. William Becklry, Mr. and M.:i. William' Cirdne?, Waterbury; Mr. and Airs. Walter Dailey, Mr. Cliff yvl Dailey, Mr. Emerson Jeroldst, Cheshire: Mrs. Char iot'. 1 Mr. and Mrs. ,e--3 H. Mix" ana lamuy, Air. and Mrs. Fred Day and family, Mrs. Eleanor Bradley, Mrs. Llllla' Llnsley, Miss Mildred Llnsley, Miss Alice Dayton, Bristol; Mrs. Wil liam Ward, Jr., and daughter, Plants- vllle; Mr. and Mrs. George Buys and family, Plalnvllle; Mr. William Day Forestville; Mrs. M. L. Marsh and Mr. Elmer Gilmbert, New Britain. Among the guests present were Mrs. Ruben Day and daughters, Plalnvllle; Mrs. Eliza Stevens, New Haven- Mrs Charles Russell, Mrs. Lucy Perkins' Bristol; Mr. Frank Dailey, Waterbury Miss Bernice Alfred, Fort Inglls, Fla. ' During the year a son, Weston. Stan ley, was born .to Mr. and Mrs. Fred uay or unsioi ; a daughter, Emma iMizaDCtn, to Mr. and lMh PROFESSOR REED'S ' INTEREST ING DISCOVERY. "Edward B. Reed f Yale universi ty," says the New York Evening Post, "makes an Interesting discovery in re gard to the celebrated lines on 'Sid ney's sister, Pembroke's mother," which have been attributed both - to Ben Jonson and to William Browne. Tho common statement is that the verses were first printed anonymously in Osborne's "Traditional Memoirs on the Reign of King James," 1658, thirty seven years after the death of the Countess of Pembroke.- Earlier than that, it is said to appear first in a IMS. of the middle of the sixteenth century,' In Trinity college, Dublin, under the signature "William Browne," and also in a collection of Browne's miscellane ous pieces, in Lansdowne MS. No. ,777, dated 1C50. Mr. Reed thus presents Ms own discovery in a letter to the Athe naeum: In Camden's "Remaines concerning Brlttalne: But especially England, and the Inhabitants thereof.The fourth Im pression, reviewed, correoted, and in creased. London, 1629," p. 333, ja the following: On the Countess Dowager of Pem broke. Under this Marble Hearse Lyes the subject of all verse; Sidney's sister, Pembroke's mother, Death, ere thou hast kill'd another Falre ,and learn'd, and good as she, Time shall throw a dart at thee. Marble piles lot no man raise To her name, for after-dayes; Some kind woman borne as she Reading this, (Ilka- Nlobe) Shall turne Marble, and become ' Both her mournor and hor Tombe. In' the Trinity college MS. lino I reads "Underneath this sable hearso;" une rour reads "Death, ere thou hast slain another," with the variant "killed." This epitaph Is printed In the "Re main?," without its author's name. Tt. follows immediately an epitaph on Sir Philip Sidney whidh tag this brief in troduction: "Sir Philip Sdnev . . i nam this most Happily imitated out of the French of Mons. Bonivet, made by j ouch, de Bellay, as It was noted air Ucorgo Bue In his Poetica." EvI aentiy tho writer of the lines on the Countess of Pembroke was not known or his name also would have been civ en. The epitaph Is printed eight years before Jonson's death, yet apparently he never claimed it. This is certainly a point in lavor of Browne s author ship, for Jonson was not the man hide his light under a bushel. Colorado Rocky Ford Melons. Today's price, 10 cents each. 38l S-tati S- I mm tlvinTH WARD .J,50(. Two semi-detached house of eight roon each, pletnant neighborhood. Has th advantage of one-family house with a iucome which pays most of exprv"-- BLATCHLEY AVE. $7000 i ?i? the be,t bu'lt of the modern houses ui the southern part of the Avenue, A two-tami.lv ho,,s of thirteen good sized rooms. Good renting location. NEARW. CHAPELST.S6000 A pleasantly situated two-family house ot thirteen rooms in excellent renting location. House is in good repair. Easy ",'u,e to secure a quick sale. NEAR ORANGE ST. $5600 ornW;fa.Hyu.h.0US8 8ituate1 between ,?,- gf! nl8tate 8tres, less than , iuuidi,' gooa repair. Slants. one cent a word for each Insertion, ... , ' WASTED. nid ?M1.?ur5L"lald- for Ave, monthi old child. Address with refarenoef. Nunrse, Courier office. r27 t waited BRIGHT boys wanted 17 to 20 year, of afreet. d er & Co" 60 Cou" m by CHASED BY A BULL. Experience of a Derby Fisherman Who Was Looking for Drinking Water, Two Derby young men went up nea utter Rock last Monday afternoon fishing for bass. TUey brought homo ten bass all right, but the most novel and ewiUng part of their trip was kept a secret by them for a few days. At last it has leaked out, and one of the two told the story to a friend and tho friend gave it away. it seems that one of tho fishermen after the two had been fishing for some time, became thirsty, ;and as Jib knew wnoro there was- a , spring of water in the vicinity, he took a pail and started for the spot. From where the sprinir is situated to the river was quite a little distance and the intervening land ia covered with trees and brush. After the fisherman had reached tho sprlm?, got the water and started for the river ngain, an exciting thing happened. A duji, which is owned by one of the ranniies who live up tho river, and which is supposed to be gentle, upon seeing tho man with tho pall, started after him on a run, with his head low ered. The man began yelllntr for his friend, who, after the man with the pail had left for tho water, went out on the river fishing again. Tho friend pulled for the shore in the quickest tlmo possible, but when about ten or twelvo feet away he saw the other one come tearing through the tMshe.1, followed fclosoly by the bull no De-rame so excited, ((or that is what he said, although tho chased one tninks otherwise.) that ho stopped row ing altogether. Tho man with the- pall urn not stop wnen ne readied tho iva er s edge, wit gave a lumn for the 'boat, which he just barely made and landed safely in it. He was none the " imS ror his run except that the ctotnes tie wore were torn In a hundred places by the bushes. Ansonla Sentinel. SANFORD CALLS' SESSION. Henry R. San ford, chairman of the democratic town committee, has sent out a call for a meeting of the demo cratic town oommlttee to take place at 139 Orange street Monday night. Some Interested democrats started Saturday night a little boom for Henry B. Sanford, chairman of the democratic commute, for the office of county sheriff, city Controller Rowe's name was also mentioned. Mr. Sanford ran for the office of warden of tho state prison at one time, and was defeated West Haven Building Lots Price ruse from 12.00 to SS.00 a front UoU Six ot lot to nUt Fu chasar. H. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orange St. DRESSMAKING, 1.2S per dav and Courier office. a27 if WANTED FIf T-CLASS Automatic- Screw Ma cnine Hands. Address stating ft STf vat. erenpfjs aviA . o- erai Electric iiTT. A OT WWHnnT5S FOK V- S' ARMY. AQLE-BODIED, unmarried men ba. United 'SS. 21 fai ! dtlSn. it temDe1iattg,K?.' Bood character and iS? ia-ft5ltS.J?r?- "Peak eruitin , n'ffl"" "'o'b""t. APP'y -Re- "v-"' ou tnaoet 'street. cruitins: New Haven ford- ihm M.i "f1" "reei, wart- wdSv houla tuUl he. We 'led yia.th8 bef' placeB ani Hway Jlabl vV"urnbxers- Sieeman's Re" el on pIoyn,.ent Asency. 3 Chap i, Jpen evenings. . ml4-t THEO. KEILER Funeral Director and Embaiaeejb M State Street, cor. Elm, BRANCH OFFICE 43S Campbell Avenue, Wnt Haren. CHAMPION & CO., FLORISTS, 1026 Chapel Street, Hntrance Hyperion Theatre. To Let. Modern Offices in Build ing No. 839 Chapel St. Steam Heat, Elevator ana Janitor ' Strvlce. BenJ.-R. English, 838 CHAPEL STREET. lnvwrndnaU klnd8 of work, sii anywhere. Open evenings.. Tel 2322. 1401 i s' i? Church street Telephone JL.T- 2 cnfectlns. Largest Agency male and female help supplied fop Jgven1ngf3WOrk- SePt R. B. MAI, LORY " EEB and Appraiser, . Ui3 Chapel St. Telephone 2360. House hold galea a specialty. 4t iJ P7iTASAL? of household ffoodS at nf?f?'3,?Vo8!reet' beeen the hours j. a. in., ana u anri a n m Dr. Mailhouse. a24,8t Patent Stove Brick are Cneapcet. DEATHS. . , 7luluus 01t August 20, 1900, Elizabeth Connor, daughter of the nt,; .V Hml Cornelius Connor. tidL ... - 111 "ereatter. a27 It MIMATIIHB ALMANAC. AUGUST 9.7 .?r S:ii M0"n Sots I H'h Water Courier Record. , Port of New lliiveo. ARRIVED. cJjr Emma Jane, McClIntook, Prov. w-.i, laoii, vuitins, rrov Schr Ophelia. Post v v Schr Frank nnrl frc n nr.. at tu xt " -"w TOian, CLEARED. Schr Crest. Miller. N. T. Schr Keystone, nish Sobr Ida Mav ntto tt-. FOR SALE. ONE-FAMILY house on Hazel atrh Price $1800. Will be sold for J800.00 Cash. The balance can remain on W. D. Judson, Room 402. 902 Chanel St. Malley Building, FOR RENT. ST??,2t D1we avenue, 2B.0O per month, Inquire on premises. ,. a21 7t rDO T MASSAGE. ? N- Satisfactory tr'eaTmAn "Sil utuauHea ot Massage. Rheumatism cured by Electrical Massage" Great success In Faoial work. All creami Olive s"?"" "Sed mad9 by herself- FOR SALEi.nnn ..... . -.. Hrlck. Everr .et w,Vd Be y'eVr. Orders received 783 STATE STREET MISS MARY S. JOHNSTONE'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 07 whltnev Avnnno reopens September 20th. latnec or Kew Haven, ss. Prnhnto v,(.'uit, -rt.uKi.iHL znrn. m k j-oiAiii ut' KUSK McIIUGH. Into of v xiuvun, in sum uistrlct, decensed the Anmin strntrly. hnvimr viiKi.nj her administration account with said estato to this Court . for allowance, it la ununnisu, iniu tne 31st dav of An. gust, 1006, at ten o'clock in thn fnro. noon, at a Court of Probate to h hnirt .iL bijw iiuven, in said district, be and the same Is Appointed for a hearing- on tho allowance of said account, nnrl thi. Court directs that notice of the time nml place of said hearing be given by publishing this order three times in Borne newspaper naving a circulation in gain j.Kscr:ct. By the Court. GEORGE W. CRAWFORD. Clcrlr FOR SALE. WAtimsnTiTTri ...1 1 1 .7...' m','. uruwn, saddle mare, 1 ycLtio uiu. in nnnriH. Bfia sound, all the gaits, broken to har- E, J. HOADLEYj Room 214 Washington Buliaing, 30 CHURCH STREET, New Haven, Conn, or with C. B. BRAINARD, 2 Garden Street, Hartford, Conn H,mnr.nn i .v... i . JeraMa of West oh,,,.. 7, " .i. "ne re' enter of Police marriage is announced of Mr. William Buys, son of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Buys of Plalnvllle, to Miss Lizzie Fletcher of Plalnvllle. New WELCOMED MR. KEELER. wholesale Grocers of Southern England Had Outing-. The Wholesale Grocers' Association of Southern New England had an out ing ana snore dinner Saturday at a shore resort near New Haven, one of the purposes being to give ex-Lleuten-ant-Governor Edwin O. Keeler. of the Holmes, Keeler & Selleck comna.nv president of the association, a rousing welcome home from his pleasant Euro pean trip. The members of the association also heard reports of members who attend ed the meeting of the national associa tion at uurraio. Bollman voted against Sanford at the time he would have been chosen. RIFLEMEN OFF FOR SEAGIRT. Major Ernest I Isbftll and Private Thomas Reed of the Blues started Sat urday for Sea Girt, N J, They are members of the rifle team that is to represent Connecticut at the national rifle competition. Major Isbell and Private Reed aro to take part in com petitions in advance of the national contest on September 4. Tho members of the Connecticut team are ordered to report at Sea Girt on September 3. DOUBLE WEDDING IN DARIEN. Invitations have been issued bv Mr and Mrs. Andrew Shaw Waterbury, of Darien, to a double wedding of their daughters, Carolyn Bell Waterbury, to William John Fleming, Jr., and Helen Agnes waterbury, to George Flae-ir Bearse, jr. The wedding will take Place Saturday, September 8, at 8 o'clock at the First Congregational church in Da- len. .Both young ladles are well known in Darien society. Mr. Fleming 1 Darien resident and Mr. Bearse a South Norwalk, NORWICH TO-DAY. New Haven and Norwich will battle at tho Savin Rock grounds this after noon, and a red-ot game Is expected, as the locals are only a few games behind the leaders and will fight hard for a victory to-day. Terkes will pitch for the Blues and either Stevens or Plank for the visitors. Far from the madding: crowd's ignoble strife He with hl3 loved ones, planned to spend the day. Alar! his sweet child almost lost his life By falling head first from a load of hay. , -rjudge. OASTOIIIA. 1111 MAKES OLD THINGS NEW I T ALSO keeps them new. There will be no old, dull looking furniture or dincy woodwork in homes where this wonder-worket is used. No refinuhing or tevarnishing necessary. Liquid Veneer it not a varnish, but a lurface food and cleaner that builds up the original finish and makes it brighter than ever. It instantly restores the brilliant newness and finish of Pianos, Furniture, Picture Frames, Interior Woodwork, Hardwood Floora and all polished, varnished ot enameled aurfaces. Removes scratches, stains, dirt and dullness. A child can apply it. Nothing but a piece of cheese cloth is needed and there is no drying to wait for. NEW SIZE PACKAGES 4-ounce bottle 25 cU. 12-ounce bottle SO eta. SOLD BY BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Bonaa Fnmlahera, Orange and Center Sts. Closed Friday Afternoon. FOR RENT Two very aesiraDie new flats, 8 rooms, all improvements. West Chapel St . J.C PUNDERF0RD Ckwek 8 treat, For Sahe Cheap. Desirable Houses if sold soon. ! Good Chance for a Unfit! ehang-e houses (or a plot of Building: Lots.- Chas.A. Baldwin, 8T Church Street, Fine Country Placs on Woodbrida Hills. Large llesfaVnrc. Snnctnna v. randna, nil Modern ronvenlpnoo. Hot and Cold Water, Oppn Plumb. in, rurnnce and Large Fire-Places. Icehouse, windmill. line Spring with Exceptionally flue ataftle. box fttnlla, cnrrluKe room, coachman room, beautiful flower garden, HiiBde trees and lawn. first rHH,ES" TAILOR;...'. DIKST-CJjASS workmanship. Fit iru-ir. anteed. Prices reasonable. We also remodel garments. B. L. WATSTEIN Entrance 133 Court. ranEe Court, MofArs Cove Shore Lots (Adjoining Lighthouse Point.) Now if the time to secure a BARGAIN in this desirable seotion. ' DJi"u1 Full sized lots $300 and UPWARD, Buy of the Owner. EDWARD M. CLARK . 89 Church afreet, Washington Biilldlno;. Peaches Are scarce and good ones are likely to be. The best we have Been 05 gome white ones from West' VlrsrEwii. rni early in the day for these. We have a few boxes of Seedless California Grape r run wniuu ia a, rare article, we ex pect Colorado Melons on Mondar. th 20th inst. We are dolnsr our best tn supply the demand for fruits but it la a hard proposition. J. B. JUDSON. 858 CHAPEL STREET. THE MIRROR FRUIT STORE, MONEY TO LOAN hoaas quickly obtained on good Real . Frederick M. Ward - -x- District of New Haven, ss. Probata Court. Auiru8t 24th. 19ns ESTATE OF CHARLES SKEELES, lata ui urange, in sam .District, deceased. An instrument in wrlttner. niirnnrttno. to be the last will and testament at said deceased, haviner bpen nrpsientorl tn Court, and Nellie M. Noyes of Orange, having made written application pray ing inac me same may do pronatea, ana that letters testamentary mav ba granted, as by said application on fila in this Court more fully appears, It la ORDERED, That said application ba heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven. In' saia ujstnet, on tne 3lst day of Au-f gust, 190C, ot ton o'clock In the fore noon, and that public notice ot the pen dency of said applicatin, and of tho time and place of the hearing thereon. be given to all parties interested In said estate, Dy publishing tnis order thre times in a newspaper having a cirou- latlon in said District. By the Court. GEORGE W. CRAWFORD. Cleric. Clark, Hall & Peck, 152 Orango street, inpw naven, iuan., uounsei lor tne Estate. a25 St CANNON, MORSE St CO., Succeeding Gardner Morse & Son & Chas. T. Cannon. eneral Insurance & Real Estate 702 CHAPEL STREET. 550,000 TO L0A1S On Real Estate at 5 per cent Bi F. ESS. 840 Chapel St. Uublnser Bulldlns, Ream 14. V!