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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COU1UEK '.WEDNESDAY gElTEMBEE
5 1U05 : 1 J 1 1 rV i' J. v, ' A mazn&ouxiw blues in SECOND PUCE Wednesday, September 5, 1000. DELIVERED BY CARRIERS IN THE CITY, 12 CENTS A WEEK, 50 CENTS A MONTH. S3 FOR SIX MONTHS, $6 A YEAR. THE SAME TERMS BY MAIL. SINGLE COPIES. 2 CENTS. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. Tf vou are rolntr away, for a short or long period, the Journal and Courier will ba sent to you by mail without extra charge. The address may be changed aa often as desired. TFOiV FROM MARTFORD A XV SPRISGFIELU VEFEATEV. Amerienn League. At Boston (first game) K.H.li" New York 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 1-7 12 0 Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 6 i Batteries Clarkson and Thomas; Glaze, Dineen and Carrlgan. (Second game) NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TO-DAY. Corsets Henry H. Todd. Coats Hamilton & Co. Est. A. L. R. Miller ProBate Notice. Entertainments Hyperion Theater. Est. J. J. Kelly Probate Notice. Est. A. L. R. Miller Probate Notice. Est. S. L. Peniield Probate Notice. For Rent House 253 St. Ronan St. Investments Thompson & Sons. Judges Cave Cigars Dealers'. Public Hearing Com. on R's and B's 0 Postum Grocers'. i Public Hearing Jom. on ubuu6. School Suits Gamble-Desmond Co. Store Nrfws E. E. Hall & Son. School Supplies Howe & Stetson Co. Tackle Sale The J. E. Bassett & Co. We Announce Chamberlain Co. Wool Challies Chas. Monson Co. Wanted Boys St. Thomas' Church. Wanted Girl 437 Orange Street. WEATHER RECORD. Washington, D. C.'Sept. 4, 8 V-- Forecast for .Wednesday-Thursday For New England: Fair Wednesday and Thursday with slowly rising, tem perature light north winds. For Eastern New York: fair and warmer Wednesday and Thursday, light north winds becoming variable. Holyoke Had an Easy Time With Wa. terbury, Winning 0 to and New London Had a Day Oil Contents in National and American Leagues. By defeating Hartford at the Savin Rock grounds yesterday afternoon, and Springfield being vanquished by Bridge port, New Haven jumped into second place in the league race for the nag. Phil Corcoran pitched one of the best games of his career, allowing the visit ors but five hits in as many innings and not giving a solitary pass. While Bron- kie was found for a hit in every inning but one, the two runs scored by the Blues were the result of misplays on the part of the Senators, Skelly and Bronkie being responsible for the tal lies. Connell scored both runs for his side in the first inning on his hit and Wade's and an error by Bronkie, and in the seventh on his second safety and a rank error by Skelly. Hartford was never in dangor, a hit generally coming after two were down. After two were out In the ninth O'Leary cracked out a two-bagffer, but that was, as far as he got. Moffett batted and fielded well for the visitors, while the ew naven team as a whole played championship ball. The Blues play in Hartford this afternoon. The score: New Haven. r. lb. p.o. a, e. R.H.E- Kbw -v.v .nnoooooi 01 1 4 a Norwich Boston 00000000 0 0 3 1 BatteriesOrth and Thomas; uiaze aim Armbruster. At Washington r H E , 1 a n n n I I 1 010 10 5 .rniiaueipnia ...j. u u v v - . . Washington ...1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0- 3 5 1 Battories-Bender and Schreck; Har dy, Smith, Kitson and Warner. At Detroit- r y p t ir ft St. Louis 2 0 0 0 0 1 U u u i- w Detroit 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0-3 10 1 Batteries Powell and O'Connor, Oli ver and Schmidt. JOCK MARKET FEATURES (Continued from Seventh Page.) P L l.M Y OF AMUSE Al KXT. firm declined to throw any additional light on the operation, saying that as a purely banking, firm, and no longer railroad officials, they had nothing to say. The following statement was given out for the railway company in the aft ernoon: "In reference to the sale of Pennsyli vania holdings in the Baltimore and Ohio and Norfolk and Western rail roads, the following statement is au thorized as to the number of shares in volved: The Pennsylvania has sold about 400,000 shares of Baltimore and Ohio stock and about 160,000 shares of Norfolk and Western, thus reducing the aggregate holdings of the Pennsylvania system to about 20 per cent, in each of said companies." Under the present management of both the Baltimore and Ohio and the Norfolk and Western, the Pennsylvania is in control, and it Is through the own ership of the Baltimore and Ohio that the Pennsylvania, acting with the Lake Shore, controls the Reading. In well informed quarters it was not believed yesterday that the Pennsylvania in White City Cuke-Wnlklnis Skating Rink Prize Races Combination Tickets. The Baltimore Creole cake-walkers at Uenae(j. to relinquish its hold on the Bal the White City are making everything tlmore and Ohio, the Norfolk and West lively every afternoon and evening. It hnrrllv nosslble that any TIGHT MONEY. Relief Needed Urgently, But is Ex pected. New York, Sept. 4. With call money f UP to 30 per cent, the stock market in the last half hour sold off rapidly all . around. Many stop orders were caught i on the decline, and at the close prices fn most positions were about the low- est, with the tone heavy and the trad- 2. ing element divided as to immediate future. I One thins seems certain that unless A relief comes, either through gold im- f portations or United States treasury op erations, lower prices are inevitable. We still believe, however, that some thing will be done to relieve the strin gency, and therefore incline to conserv ative purchases - on distinctly weak spots. The last loan was at 30 per cent., and stock loans were renewed for to-morrow at 17 per cent. PRINCE & WHITELY.1 1 EVERYTHING ST. and Crockery Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Fancy Plates, Dishes, Doulton Ware, 13nc-a-Brae, Lamps, etc. The largest, richest and finest goods ever exhib ited in this State. Call and sec for yourself. A. F. WYLIE, Successor to John Bright & Co. 821 Chapel Street, t PROHIBITION PARTY. Looal Weather Report. Now Haven, September 4. a. m. . p. m. Temperature.. .. 71 "Wind Direction Nnl Wind Velocity ' P.eelpitatlon .00 WBBthur Clear Mln temperature... 5' Mux. Temperature. .. VI T. M TARR. Local Forecaster, i U. S. Weat,her Bureau. 7 .0 Clour Connell, rf Fitzpatrick, 2b 0 Hannifin, ss Wade, If Hayward, 3b Bunyan, lb ....... Sherwood, cf Jope, e Corcoran, p Totals 2 Brief Mention. High water to-day, 12:39 p. m. Another week of racing will be held at Hippodrome park during the week of September 17. Mrs. Helen I Cowles and daughter of Warner hall have left the Catskills for a few weeks' stay at Saratoga Snrlnsra. ..All the public schools in this city will be open next Monday, September 10, and the regular fall work of education will be begun. The Scranton Street 1. . iui wm v,a ron rlv for orctl- SCnOOl DUUUing "in w "9anc'y by next Monday. The school 1 a large one, having twelve rooms and a kindergarten. The police have been asked to look for Jessie Isherwood, thirty years old, of Pearl street, who is slightly dement ed and who disappeared from her home during tlie night. Relatives fear that she may commit suicide. She is de scribed as tall and of slim build, dark complexion with short black hair, and wearing a white waist, black skirt and a straw hat trimmed with red flowers. COMMITTED SUICIDE. 2 2 3 0 0 2 12 0 115 0 10 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 13 0 0 12 0 0 2 6 1 0 0 13 2 9 27 13 company of this kind Could ouiaumo the Madison Square Garden company who were here a few' weeks ago, but the Creoles are superior both in the elaborateness of their dress and in their artistic an'd eccentric dances. The company is headed by "Cracker Jack," the champion baton swinger of the country, the same as headed the Madison Square Garden aggregation. The Creoles are headed by Pickannlnle Hill and Miss Mario Payne, thrice win ners of the championship of the world. This team is alone worth seeing. Miss Payne carries a wardrobe that would in iiiaHp.A in one of the Stars oi me theatrical world. Other members are Jenkins and Smith, Fred Williams ana Hartford. r. lb. p.o. a, e. Gastmeyer, cf 0 1 Justice, ss 0 u Noves. 3b 0 0 O'Leary, c 0 1 Fallon, If u 1 Crook, lb 0 0 Skelly, rf 0 0 Moffett, 2b 0 2 Bronkie, p 0 0 1 1 0 5 1. 13 0 3 0 24 16 4 2 0-0 Hannifin, Totals u 0 Score by innings: New Haven... 1 0 0 0 0 0 Hartford .....0 0 0 0 0 0 Ttvn-hHHP. hits Sherwood, Moffett, O'Leary. Sacrifice hit-Bron-kle. Stolen bases Connell, Fitzpatrick, Wade (2), Gastmeyer. First base on balls-Off Bronkie 1. Struck out-By nnmran 5. bv Bronkie 3. Left on bases New Haven 9, Hartford 5. Wild pitch Corcoran. Passed ball O'Leary. Hit by pitcnea can vvuuu. paine One hour and twenty-five min utes. Umpire Rorty. Attendance Five hundred. ! ern or the Reading. The opinion was expressed that the management of the Pennsylvania system had learned by experience that ownership of 20 per cent, of tlie stock of a company was enough to carry control. Moreover, with the proceeds of the stock sold the Pennsylvania gets needed money with out resorting to borrowing. The bear ish view of the transaction was that no chance now existed for raising the Pennsylvania dividend rate, and that the sale of these stocks indicated profit taking on the rising market. Pennsyl vania went to 144 and then dropped nearly 3 points. It was not sustained by the talk of a 5 per cent, extra divi dend from the profits realized by the sale of Baltimore and Ohio and Norfolk and Western. Baltimore and Ohio touched a new high record on the theory that the stock which had been hanging over tlie market was liquidated, and that now it would seek its natural investment level. The Chatfleld Paper Co. ste8i Most Complete Line ol leper and 1 wine in btate. State Convention to be Held in West Haven Soon. The convention of the prohibition partyparty of Connecticut will be held in the town hall, West Haven, Septem ber 19 and 20, the same day as the re publican' convention In this city, . On the evening Of September 19 National Secretary Calderwood is expected to be present and speak. The regular state ticket and the con gressional'and senatorial will be nom inated. In speaking about the vote that the prohibitionists were likely to poll at the coming election, one of the leaders said yesterday that there was talk that there would be got out at least 5,000 votes. Two years ago the vote was about 2,000. It was also stated that ex-Sheriff O'Brien had been spoken of prominently as the probable candidate for governor. .... . 'Mrt.'tV.llr onrl TXTAciriar'ii Air Vitfni Katie Payne, James and Lillian sims - witn rignts ana tno ciivwena aaaea to yesterday's price of St. Paul, the and Richard and Johnson. The skating rink carnival opened last stock sold equivalent to 205. It is evl- night with a large crowd. To-night j Qmt novVi if it has not been before, will Ibe the amateur two-mile race for that the buying up to these high prices , h, Hpn has been by the Union Pacific interests, wnicn a uubv . tha(, control of thQ ro,jd los wllh made. A gold watch and a silver lov- Uu,m n wag prealcted that st, Paul lng cup are the prizes offered. " To- j Wou1ci reach 200 and, sell equivalent to morrow night will be the girl's race for 225 before the movement ends, a gold watch and jewel case. The market held its strength fairly Unprecedented Interest is being man- well until active bidding for call money Body of C. B. Deutach Found at Edge wood Park. C. B. Deutsch, a Russian, who had toeen boarding at 107 Lafayette street, committed suicide yesterday afternoon at the children's play ground at Edge wood park by drinking poison. Deputy Coroner Pond reviewed the remains and then ordered their removal to Cox & Henze's undertaking rooms. Deutach was a Russian, about thirty five years old, and leaves a sister In New York. Ha left a note in which he said that he was going to commit suicide. Medical Examiner Bartlett also re viewed the remains and said the death was a suicide. BRIDGEPORT 7, SPRINGFIELD 4. Springfield, Sept. 4 In a sort of a sleeping contest between Bridgeport and Springfield to-day the home team slumbered more steadily than their op ponents and were beaten, 7 to 4. Both pitchers were touched up' freely and the visitors had their least trouble with Hess when men wore on bases. Slow and stupid work by both teams charac terized the game. The score by inn ings: R.H.E. Bridgeport 0 0 0 0 2 1 4 0 0-7 10 5 Springfield 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0-4 9 4 Batteries Murphy and Beaumont; Hess and O'Connor. ifested in the third production of the marvelous spectacle of flame and pyro technic "The Deluge of Fire" on Friday night, which Manager Speck has con sented to give at greatly increased cost. Whatever ol.se you do do not fail to see this. Saturday there will be a double car nival event the cake walking carnival and that in the skating rink for which special prizes will 'be offered. A new combination ticket bargain is also offered this week, a twenty-five cfnt ticket admitting to the gato.laugh ing gallery, San Francisco, the scenic railroad or chutes. W. A. KING MAT RUN. -4 Talked of 'Candidate for Lieutenant Governor. Hartford, Sept. 4 Tolland county republicans suggest that Attorney Gen eral King become a candidate for the lieutenant governorship, and that sug gestion meets with such favor. Mr. King resides in Willi mantle and so does General Boss, who has been suggested as a candidate. It is reported that General Boss is willing to with draw in favor of Mr. King and that "the latter Is willing to run for the nom ination. IMr. King to-day declined to discuss the matter at all. MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED. The marriage of Miss Susie Hile of 72 Prince street to Arthur N. Sherman of 66 Gilbert avenue, on Saturday, was announced yesterday. The ceremony was performed at the Howard avenue church Iby the Rev. W. J. Mutch. The couple will take up their residence at S2 Asylum street In a few days. Mr. Sherman Is the assistant superinten dent at the Evergreen cemetery. Be fore her marriage Mrs. Sherman was a telephone operator at Derby. HOLYOKE 9, WATERBURY 3. Holyoke, Sept. 4. Holyoke had an easy time with Waterbury here to-day, winning, 9 to 3, and outclassing the vis itors in all departments of the game. The came was featureless with the ex ception of a catch and home run insido the fence by Loplne. The score by inn ings: 1 R.H.K. Holyoke 20310003 9 17 0 Waterbury 11100000 0-3 8 3 Batteries Dolan and Sehincel; Rog ers and Thackera. SAVIN HOCK THEATER. A high class vaudeville company is at the theater this week and it la a winner, profiably at no time during the season has there been such an aggre gation of versatile talent. From top to bottom the programme Is studded with stars of the first order, and at no mo ment does the interest or enjoyment of the audlonce cease. BURGLARS AROUND. NO GAME SCHEDULED. Norwich and New London had a day off yesterday, no game being scheduled for either team. Houses of Professor Cross and David Daggett Entered. ' Professor W. L. Cross' '.ouso at 306 York street was broken into sometime Saturday night by taking a whole pane of glass out of a rear window of the laundry and then , forcing open and breaking a 'door. The house has been turned completely upside down. Pro fessor Cross Is in Europe and his wife Is in Hartford. Neighbors have notified Mrs. Cross. All the silverware and many of the valuables were put In a safe deposit vault before the house was closed. David Daggett's house at 58 Wall street was found with a broken laundry (window yesterday morning. The interi or had been pulled around and the drawers emptied. Mr. Daggett missed a safety razor and found a number of valuable things which the burners in their search overlooked. advanced the rate to 15 per cent. The June quarterly statement of the New York Centra1,, showed a less In net earnings of $183,000. This was due to ail increase of $030,000 in operating ex penses,. . The operating ratio was 73 per cent., against 70 last year. This Is high for a trunk line. The company s bal ance sheet shows a surplus of over $15 I 000,000. Yesterday's SO per rent, rate for call money was the jilghest since April 6 last, and with the exception of that day was the highest since the first week of the year, when 00 per cent, was reached. Smelters was first marked up and then it fell over 6 points, The return of the Guggenhelrns from Alaska, coin cident with the break In the stock, was taken to mean that there will be no dividend increase, and that the com pany's surplus will be used In extending Its enterprises in the north. There was a willingness of foreign banks to put out money In some quan tity for 8 and 9 per cent. Largo loans were made at that figure; and when the street tested this source of supply there was Uss nervousness. The big Jump in prices In London, the rise in Baltimore and Ohio and Rend ing, statements that $10,000,000 gold would be announced this week, all full ed to give the general market tone. It acted stale. It Is estimated fhat tho Pennsylvania has realized a profit of $15,000,000 by the sale. This s tho Immediate return. It has also rnlsed enough cash to com plete its New York tunnels without calling on the stockholders for funds. FOUR WOMEN ATTACKED. Held Up by Men in Lonely Montoweee. Four New Haven women who were Monday afternoon visiting in Monto wese reported being accosted and fol lowed by men who have been hiding on the road leading to the river just north of the graveyard. The women, whose names are withheld, claimed that the men were in hiding among some bushes as they passed, and after insulting them followed them until threatened with a beating 'by 'the women, who armed themselves with clubs. Constable Corf, who lives about a mile and a half from the scene, was hot notified, although the parties claim to know who the man was. The property on which the alleged assault took place was that bought of the railroad re cently and now guarded by a man named Sanford. wssy M Every Lady's . hi j . m i snovua oe equi J. C. CROHMI Dressing Chamber a dainty, snow-white, one-piece Porcelain Enameled Lavatory. Have you ever stopped to consider how delightfully convenient it would be to have hot and cold running water Ja your dressing chamber, sleeping apartment or first-floor toilet room? Its presence would afford you the highest degree of comfort. We will gladly quote you prices. Our plumbers are strictly competent mechanics, honest and reliable. & CO., 6 Church St I THERE 18 NOTHING LIKE FW COAL . 6.20 rasr Ton. 26 Church St. 55 Railroad Ave. FOOT GUARD'S MEETING. To Make Arrangements for the Trip to Lexington. A meeting of the members of. the Second company,, Governor s a oot Guard, will be held Monday night to make the final arrangements for the trin tn T.pxlncton. Mass. It will be known as a fall outing and will be at tended bv the Worcester Guards, the Ancient and Honorn.bles of Boston, the First Foot Guard of Hartford and the Putnam Phalanx. The gathering at Worcester will be to celebrate the bat tle of Lexington. Many so-called Ten-Ctnt Cigars arc not worth three- for a quarter but the Filter 'WilD Cigar is worth TEN CENTS STRAIGHT. HAYMAKERS' ASSOCIATION. QUARTERLY MEETING Of Associated Dallies of the State. A quarterly meoting of the Associat ed Dallies of Connecticut was held yesterday afternoon at tho Now Haven house. Reports were heard regarding proposals for furnishing supplies, -particularly paper, Ink and metal. Repre sentatives from different supply houses were present and some bids were re ceived, but w'ere not opened, being- held over until all the 'bins are in. J. M. Emerson of the Ansonla Sentncl presided. About a dozen newspapers were represented. Tenth Annual Convention Held In Nau- gatuck., . Naugatuck, Sept. 4,-The tenth an nual convention of the Haymakers' as sociation of Connecticut .was held in Odd i Fellows' hall yesterday. The fol lowing officers were elected for the en suing year: . S. C. H. Jacob jacooa, oi i The Consolidated Railway company will put on a dozen new cars late this fall. The cars are being built now for the company, but no date has been set for the delivery. They will be of the same, type as the other new winter , cars that were put on during last year., STATE LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. r.C. Norwich, 68 52 .567 New Haven 07 53 .558 Springfield 67 54 .554 Hartford 61 58 .513 Waterbury 58 60 .401 Holyoke 58 64 .406 New London 52 70 .420 Bridgeport 52 70 .426 MR. LOTZE RETURNS. William . Lo'tze, general secretary of the Y. M. C. A., has returned from his summer vacation of a month and Is back, feeing well and recuperated. With his wife he went from this city to Philadelphia and nearby points. From the Quaker City they made a voyage by boat to Bangor, Me. On the return trip the couple stopped at many inter esting points along the route. Mr. Lotze resumed his duties at the Y. M. C. A. yesterday. "I'm surprised you took up with that tortoise-shell Thomas cat," said the first tabby. "That Maltese fellow told me ho loved you as he loved his own life." "Yes," the other replied, "but the tortoiso-shell told me he loved me ns BERKELEY MEN'S CLUB. At City Mission, 201 Orange Street. Tho entertainers for the Berkeley Men's club to-night at 8 o'clock will be James H. Mansfield of Cheshire and Arthur Bristol of this city. Mr. Mans field will give an account of his trip west, where he conducted a party of tourists to the Pacific coast this sum mer. Mr. Bristol will furnish music. .Admission free. The receipts at the Internal revenue office in this city for the month of August were as follows: From lists, S50.8S; beer stamps, 133,619.50; cigars, P Haven. S. C. H, walk. V. S. C. H.-D. T, S. O. Of Br-yt- r. X(Uii&, uj. a- tuck. a K of B, W. M. Kisiey, ford. . , Representative to tne nauuimi elation at Jamestown-Jacob Jacobs, of New Haven; alternate, William Saun ders, of Naugatuck. IN CROMWELL. -S. H. Benger, of South Nor- Moy, of Briflge- o of Hart- WATCH THIS SPACE FOR OVR NEW AjraOWVCEMEIVT. We are to have in a few weeks for 1907 the greatest car made in America. Handsome, very quiet and speedyi 35 HORSE, 2,500i he loved his nine lives." Philadelphia 1 $9,263.94; tobacco, $207; special taxes, Ledger. $1,5Sfl.76; total, $44,(128.08. if Hint's Good Butter National l.tncue. At Cincinnati R.H.&. Chicago 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0-3 8 2 Cincinnati 0 0100000 0-1 4 1 Batteries Overall and Kling; Ewing and Schlei. Connecticut Dairymen to Meet There . To-Day. Tn.Av on invitation of A. N. Pier- son, the State Dairymen's association .m r,Md n field dav.amder the auspices ti, rrnmwell. and Mattabessett granges, at Mr. Pierson's farm in Crom In the afternoon '.there will he ad ,iT.(,oAia firm Professor E. H. Jenkins, . .i,i'HTr win sneak on "The Corn uwom nf Connecticut, ana A. J Pierpont, of this city, on "The Value of Financing the Dairy iX XVJ.lt". v - Cow." uc-Tircin TWA1V SPANKING, SDanklng does not cure children ol m. BuimiiBxo. Immt to anv w 11 sena ner ui" " " writn Mother, She SBk.poney. Wrl her to-aay u your """ "t h . h,(. . n.i nif linn r uiawu v - in una ;:"-' v,1n It. The chances are u -" If the Unliy Is futdnc Teeth, be sure X and use that old and well tried remedy. x Mr?. instow s fcootmne: Syrup, tor rliilrlren teethinpr. It soothes the child, potions the pums. allays all rain, ruroy wind colic and is tho best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-live cents a bottle At Pittsburg R.H.E. Pittsburg 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 5 11 1 St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1 8 1 Batteries Hillebrand and Phelps; Thompson and Marshall. At New York , R.H.E. New York 0 0040331 11 12 3 Boston 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 2- 6 12 2 Batteries McGinn! ty, Ferguson and Smith n.nd Bresnahan; Young and Needham and O'Neil. At Philadelphia R.H.E. Philadelphia ....0 0 1 0 0 0 1 4 1-6 S 0 Brooklyn 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-2 6 5 Batteries Lush and Donovan; Strick lett and Bergen. Yes, it is it's the best butter made it's GOLD MEDAL, CREAMERY BUTTER. It makes your breakfast rolls, buckwheat cakes, bot muffins, and tlie bread you eat, taste better and go down easier. Nothing is really good without Gold Medal Creamery 'Butter. It's made in the largest and cleanest creamery in the world the only one privileged to use the o&onproof and gcrniproof package. That s the reason it's good when you get it, and the reason it keeps good till you eat it and it doesn't cost any more than other butter. Hadn't you better find out about it? Ask the grocer A A , HI7 x yi SEE D AMEKY UTTER BILLON & DOUGLASS, i New Iiavcii ana Hartford, Conn. S. JOHNSTON CO. Phone 1087-2. 0. HEW UNIVERSIT St John and Olive Sis. Special low rates for storing rentinif automobiles. EXPERT PAIRING AND VULCANIZING. E and EE- Bargains For Cash. One new Pope-Hartford, 40 h. p..JE,Z0 One Pope-Toledo, '05, 40 h P.....1$0 One Pope-Hartford, model D $959 A LITTLE POETRY NOW AND THEN, Etc. A fine fresh fish Is a tempting dish That makes you long ior muic. No better sort Was ever causht Than those now at our sioit. A fine array is herd to-day, And small the price you have to pay. Haddock, Snapper Blues, Swordfish. The Oyster season opened with a rush on Saturday. Don't forget that we make a specially of opening to your oiuc. Blue Points on the half shell. VmJ.Wilson&Son, 24 Congress tais. Tw0 'Phones Two Thonea ShC ' irTi -irSm PlfWr far.