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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1907.
MERIDEN'S MILITIA PARADE REAL ESTATEJRANSACTIONS DEEDS AS RECORDED CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS NEW HAVENERS GOING 1 ft produces a deep seated finish that is really a part of the fabric itself' one that lasts longer, looks better and is less susceptible' to dust and moisture than that ot any other starch. It pos sesses remarkable penetrating quali ties and unusual 1 iittfMir flexibility. No streaked linen where Duryeas' nothing but a flawless, with iust the body and degree 1 yr 1 A .JT fect work requires. At all grocers in full-weight packages. BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF STARCHING. For genera! use boil M directed. For light starching unequaled at a cold water starch, requiring no boiling. NATIONAL STARCH COMPANY, New York. 1 ufa.-j.-,- A-At, Educational. Twenty-fourth Tear. CORRECTS roftrm I CBrtM BUTLf V. M. C. A. BUILDING, 152 Temple Street. Sidney Perlln Butler, President. Hotels and Summer Resorts. of-Brau. . Corner Church kaus. and Crown Sis. , anch of 1214 B'way. Opposite 'Hfebe &- Field's, HIGH-CLASS kDIES and GENTLEMEN'S r rfTlinAMT n CO i Mwnnii , Tel. 651. Hotel Garde Opposite Union Depot, NEW HAVEN. CONN.' onnecticut's Largest Hotel lARK AVENUE HOTEL It-ark Ave. (4th Ave.) 32d to 33d St. New York. e of the coolest hotels ,ln New York City. All modern Improvements.- cation central, convenient to all places of amusement and lines of travel. en-alr concerts every evening in the Court Garden f.h Its palms, fountains and growing; lants a unique reature or tne hotel. EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY. RATES MODERATE. Dining-room, restaurant and cafe. als a la carte. Illustrated booklet. fawny Station nnd Electric Cnr. nt tne Hotel door. A, REED & E. BARNETT, Proprietors. Savin Rock. THIS SPAtE Belongs to 1 MITCHELL Ton All WHAT HE SELLS Colonnade SAVIN ROCK alatlal Ladies' and Gentlemen's itaurant Sea Food Dinners. Meals a carte. IE D. BISHOP, Prop. Tel. 4550 WILCOX'S 'ier nestaurant NOW OPEJt moo. for It. Sea Food Dinner, 50c. fll.25. Quick service. nk Wilcox, Prop. Yale D. Bishop, Mgr. IE GOMPOUNGE IE BEAUTY AND SCENIC SPOT OP CONNECTICUT." n Air Theater Vaudeville Daily. Twice fiand Concert Sunday Afternoon. clng Wednesday and Friday even ings each week. ATING, MOUNTAIN CLIMBING FINE RKSTACRANT. PIERCE & NORTON Lake Coinpounce, Bristol. iItb Waterbury car at New Haven on, changing flt Cheshire. Time 1 The Shorehaxn, MORRIS COVE, FORMERLY HOTEL PEQUOT. remodeled; commands an excellent w of the sound. Open for the sea European plan. Meals a la Snore dinners a speciajty. James F. Toole, Prop. thing at all times-new bathhouse, spotted, blistered Gloss Starch is used- white-as-snow finish of stiffness that per Educational. Get an Education While You Work. ATTEND OUR NIGHT SCHOOL. Our diplomas arc the Open Sesame to Lu crative and Responsi ble Positions- Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday Evenings from 7 to D o'clock. TiiEMomauguin C0SEY BEACH ( Open for the Season Geo. T. White. Prop. Telephone 2553-3 . MORE PAVED STREETS CONTRACTS , AWARDED Prospect and Sachem Streets to Blakeslees, Plymouth to Brazos. Contracts for laying pavement on Prospect, Sachem and Plymouth streets were awarded yesterday. The Blakes lees were the lowest bidders on the first two jobs. Frank Brazos was awarded flie oontract for the third. Prospect street, under this contract, will be paved from Sachem to Grove, the price being $3,232.85. For Sachem street, from Whitney avenue to "Win chester avenue, the price Is $5,160.10. i For Plymouth street, from Lamberton to the Boulevard, the price is $6,061.50. The price of the Tarvia treatment In the specifications was 22 cents per yard. The price paid by the city for this treatment last year in connection with the work in Prospect street was 10 cents lower than this. In explanation of this big increase"; contractors explained that the Tarvia treatment was a new thing, and that it was impossible to lay it for anywhere near the price of la.st year's contracts. The largely increased cost which this unexpected rise in the prine of this .treatment would make, rather terrified the commission and they finally decided to accept the bids without this addition, until they have made a further Inves tigation. If it is deemed advisable, the Tarvia may be added later. The cost of the work as listed In the awards, 4s given with the Tarvia. If this is not used, the reduction will amount to a considerable sum, in each case. The Tarvia is a hot tar application which is used for keeping the surface knitted together, so a to resist the wear of "raveling," which is caused by the passage of high speed vehicles. GOIXG AXD COMING. Crowds Tlironged Station Flntform All Day yesterday. The Union station was thronged with many persons yesterday, and the station platform was so crowded that the baggage and mall truckmen had hard work making their way through to the different trains. All trains were well filled. The New Haven delegation to the state German day at Bridgeport left on the 8:40 train. They went eighty strong. Governor Woodruff went along as a guest of honor. The incoming trains brought large crowds to the city. The Shore Line trains especially left many paascneers here. Arrested for fll Theft. John H. Ferguson was arrested by Patrolman Doran and M. Powers of the Howard avenue precinct yesterday on a charge of theft. He is accused of steal ing $11 in money, the property of L. D. Durham. The theft is said to have oc curred from tha house at 23 , Yorl street, yesterday morning. Burglars Got $5. Amateur cracksmen, judging by their work, broke into the otiice of the Recording Fare Iteglster compa ny and the Metal Manufacturing com pany at 106 Park street on Sunday night, tried vainly to break open the safe in the former office and got about J&- -7. Firemen Will Join With Military in Making Event Successful. Meriden, Aug. 5. Judging from plans now in the making, Co. I and the City Band will give a notable event next Saturday when the big military street parade and the picnic at Ter- rance garden will take place. Com munications have been received from numerous organizations who were in vited to participate In the parade and many of the replies are favorable. Be sides the two local companies, I and L, there will be II of Middletown and probably K of Walllngford and com panies, from Wate'rbury.'and New Ha ven. The J. S. Stokes U. R. K. P. will parade, and it is anticipated that a number of out-of-town companies will also be here. A feature of more than ordinary Interest will be the ap pearance of the entire fire department I following their annual inspection. ' I At a meeting 1 of the picnic eom j mittee of Co. I and the City band held Saturday evening the various arrange - i ments were discussed and definite ac 1 1 tion taken on nearly all matters of Importance. The general public, as well as the organizations who have kindly voted to parade, will find pop ular picnic features at the garden and every effort will be made to attend ta ttle needs of all. Extensive arrangements have been made for various kinds of refresh ments and non-commissioned officers of Co. I will have the oversight of these features! A number of young ladies will preside at the ice cream tables. Dancers are promised fine mu sic both afternoon and evening. The City band will render all the music, giving assurance that all who attend will be well pleased with the musical end of the picnic. OBITUARY NOTES Funeral of Ernest F Hesse Yesterday Afternoon. . The funeral services of Ernest F. Hesse took place yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at his late residence on Lawrence street, where many friends paid the last sad tribute of regard and took the last look at the face of the sleeper. Rev. Mr. Stebet, pastor of the English Lutheran church, of which Mr. Hesse was a deacon, con ducted the services at the house, as also at the church, where the services opened at 2:30. There was a large concourse of sorrowing friends at the church and the pastor delivered a fu neral eulogy full' of deep feeling and consolatory remarks. The services at the grave In Evergreen cemetery were conducted by a delegation of New Ha ven commandery, Knights Templar, of which the deceased was a' member. The pallbearers were all from the Knights' Templar. They were John H. Pearce, superintendent of the L. Candee Rubber companv; Frank Bishop, Henry G. Simon, William A. Dnrant,.;W. F. Hopson and E. F. Reh berg. George A. Maycock, of Lewis & Maycock, had charge of the funeral. The tributes of flowers were splen did and In great profusion. So large was the array that it required four carriages to transport, them to the cemetery. Stephen It. Itlder, Prominent la Sey mour. Stpphen R. Rider, for many years a resident of Seymour, "died at his home on' Derby avenue there yesterdav aft ernoon, aged eighty yenrs. He hd been 111 for two weeks. He was born In Danbury, but came to Seymour when about twenty years of age. Later In life he went to Redding, and resided on a farm there until he once more took up Ills residence In Seymour, some ten or twelve years ago. He was well known and highly esteemed. For a number of years he was a proprietor of a nvery suidib, now conauctea Dy jonn Spiers. . His wife died about two years ago. He Is survived by three daughters. Mrs. S. D. Bonoli, Mrs. John Spiers nnd Miss Fany Rider, all of Seymour, nnd by two brothers, H. A. Rider of Ansonl.i, nnd Cornelius C. Rider of Quaker Farms. i Inside. Frederick Plimpton Dead. Hartford, Aug. 5. Frederick Plimp ton, brother of J. M. Plimpton, of this city, and secretary of the Plimpton Manufacturing company, of Milwau kee, who had been living with his son, Howard Plimpton, In Milwaukee, for six months, died to-day of paralysis. Mr. Plimpton was about sixty years old and had not engaged In active business for some years, though nom inally secretary of the Plimpton Man ufacturing company. He had had several paralytic strokes and had been practically an Invalid for several years. The late Senator L. B. Plimpton, of this city, was his uncle. Richard A. Andrews. ' Richard A. Andrews, who recently removed from Clinton to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Fannie Mallory, in Wednesday, July 24. at the age of eighty-one years. Mr. Andrews had been ill for several months with gan- grene In both feet, one of which was amputated a few weeks since. He was a member of the Methodist Epis copal church and also & member of Zeptha lodge (Masonic), of Clinton. , Julius Lompert. The funeral of Julius Lempprt took place yesterday morning at Hamden cemetery. There was a large attend ance of former friends of the deceas ed, including a large delegation from Heinrlch Heine lodge, D. O. II. Rev. pr. Levy officiated. The funeral ar rangements were under the direction of Messrs. Stahl & Son. Mrs. Murllia Lafayette. Funeral services for the luts Mrs. Martha Lafayette, who died Saturdav, were held at Trinity M. E. church yesterday afternoon. Rev. Dr. Kldd conducted the services. The inter ment was in Mountain Grove ceme tery, Bridgeport. The arrangements were in the hands of Messra. Stahl & Son. Mrs. Laura A. Eno. The funeral services of Mrs. Laura A. Eno, wife of Julius A. Eno, who died yesterday, aged sixty-three, will take place this afternoon at 2 o'clock at her late home, 476 Orchard street. The tntprment will be at. Port Jeffer son, L. I. Daniel Kenneday. Daniel Kenneday died at North Ha ven last night at the advanced age of eighty-nine years. Arrangements for the funeral will be announced later. Quit Claims, Warrantees, and Per Mortgages mits Issued. The following- real estate transactions were recorded in the town clerk's of fice yesterday: Warrantees. Burton A. Davis to Mar a B. Ives, land, one piece, Broad street, 33 feet; second piece, Whitney avenue, 50 feet. Emma Hibson to Cresenzo De Fe lice, land, with building, Oak street, 27 feet. Frank E. Hotchkiss to Angelo Por to, land, Columbus avenue, 97 feet. Quit Claims. Antonio Dono to Lorenzo J. Mattel, land, with buildings, Wallace street, 25 feet. Lorenzo Mattel to Carmela Gaghar di, land, with buildings, Wallace street, 25 feet. Security Insurance company to Mary E. Farnsworth, land, with build ings, Orange street, 50 feet. Minnie E. Riddel to Maria B. Ives, land, with buildings, Whitney avenue, 50 feet. New Haven Savings bank to Emma Hibson, land, with buildings, Oak street, 27 feet. New Haven Savings bank to Thomas Dunlap, land, Sylvan avenue, 40 feet.- Mabel-C. Lloyd to 'Philip Fresenius, land, with buildings, Gregory street, 50 feet. . John E. Lomas to C. S. Morehouse, land, Norton etreet, 42 feet. Mortgage. Bridget Brennan et al. to estate of Helen F. Magill. land, with buildings, High street. 23 feet, $3,500. Thomas Dunlap to Frank S Bigelow et al., trustee, land. Sylvan avenue, 40 feet, $1,500. Angelo Porto to F. E. ' Hotchkiss, land, with buildings, Columbus ave nue, 97 feet, $6,000. Crescenzo De Felice et ux. to New Haven Savings bank, land,- with build ings, Oak street, 27 feet, $800. Assignment of Mortgnge. Richard G. Davis et al. to Minnie H. Davis, land, Poplar street, 35 feet. Richard G. Davis et al. to Minnie a. Davis, land, Lennox street, 65 feet. Permits Applied For. Owner, J. J. Connor; description and location, frame building on Read street; cost $1,200. Owner, J. Krolin; description ana location, frame building on Redfield !treet; cost $300. and location, three frame buildings on Ferry street; cost $5,000 each. Owner, L. Foise: description ana lo cation, brick stable on Poplar etreet; cost $650. '., ,, Permits Issneif. Owner, Crawford Plumbing compa ny; description and location, altera tions on 'building at 788-803 Chapel street; cost $7,000. -!.. y- DUNN GOES TO WATERBUB.Y. Thought Advisable to Bnve Assistant Superintendent ot Berkshire There, Joseph H. Dunn, for several years assistant superintendent of the Berk shire and then of the combined Berk-shlre-Naugatuck dlvlslon-of the New Haven road, with headquarters In this city, has been transferred to Water bury and will hereafter be located In that city to handle the aflalrs of the division with which he Is connected. Mr. Dunn's change of base is prob ably due to the fact that the head of the division, C. F. Lake, makes his headquarters here and tt was thought desirable to place his assistant on an other part of the line. This move comes as a runner up to a number of changes made among the near execu thes of the Berkshire and Naugatuck lines since J. P. Hopson was promot ed to the superintendence of the New York division. W. K. Lyon, another assistant superintendent in Mr. Hop son's time, recently retired, as reported at tne time, unier .uespatener J. w. Carr was his successor. Mr. Carr is located at Bridgeport and with Mr. Dunn at Waterbury and Mr. Lake In this city the division will be ably man aged from three points. The many friends of Mr. Dunn, intimately known a the Deacon, will regret his depart ure from this city. NOP. WALK TO, USE OIL. Dust Will Be I. old and the Roadbeds Hardened by Petroleum. The city of Norwalk has placed an order with the Standard OH company for a tank car of petroleum to be used on the streets. This is the outcome of months of investigation by Council man Henry Mathers who has charge of the highway department. The conditions found at Rye, N. Y. led to the decision. The oil not only settles the dust question, but it also makes so fine a roadbed that repairs will be. unneces- ;sary for years if the oil treatment is continued year after year. Mr. Ma theis says that at Rye the treated roads are so hard as to be almost as solid as stone. The oil Used is odor less. The oil will be put on with a sprink ling cart, such as Is used for sprink ling water. The road to be treated is swept clean and then a liberal sprink ling of oil is given. The man In charge of the work at Rye said the people in that village wanted to lynch him tho first few days the oil was on, but after that residents of all sections of the village wanted oil on their special streets. . EX-GOVERNOR ASSASSINATED. While Ruler of Odessa Ordered Troops to Fire on Hob, Platlgorsk, Caucausus. Aug. 5.Qen. Karakozuff, ex-governor general of Odessa, was shot and killed In the cen ter of the town early this morning. The assassin escaped. Gen. Karakozoff -was commander of the Lubna drn?ions when, July 3, 3905, he was appointed governor general of Odessa. v He took severe measures to T-epress disturbances, Instructing the police to fire directly Into the mob. TTe was succeeded as governor general by Gen. Klaubars on October 22, 19.15. "Why do girls marry notorious drunkards nnd scoundrels?" "Because the party of . the second part asks 'em to, Harold. Any time you want to know anything come to me." Washington neram. For Sale. One cent a word for each Insertion, five" cents a word for a full week, seven times. FOR SALE 1,000 et Patent Stove Brick. Every set warranted one yeor. Orders received 763 STATE STREET. Notices. CIVIL service examinations will soon be held In every state. Full informa tion and questions recently used by the commission free. Columbian Cor respondence College, Washington, D. C. Jy2128A4 11 Legal Notices. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, August 2, 1907. ESTATE OF SPENCER BORDEN, late of New Haven, In said District, deceas ed. The Court of Probaie for the District of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed six. months from the date here of for the creditors of 'said deceased to bring In their claims against said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be deburied. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate pay ment to JOHN J. ,DWYER. Administrator. By C. H. Fowler, Attorney. A3 3t District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, August 5, 1907, ESTATE OF WALTER R. DnjjON. of New Haven, In said District, deceas ed, absent from his home and un heard of for a period of moro than seven venrs.' " Margaret Dillon of New Haven hav ing made written application pray ing that administration of said estate may be grmited, as ay ai:l application on file In this Court more fully op pears. It. Is ORDERED, That i-fiid apiJlloutlon ba heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, in said District, on the 2Hh day of Aug ust, 1907. at ton j'jlock in the fore noon, and that public notice of the pen dency of said application, and of the, time and place of the hearing thereon, be given to all parties lnterestca in said estate, by publishing this order three times In a newspaper having a circulation In said Dlstrct. By the Court JOHN 1 GILSON. A6 3t' Clerk. Real Estate. For the "college year" or thereabouts, by a family of three adults, a First Class house (fur nished) containing from nine to thirteen rooms. Must be near the Uni versity. Frederick M, Ward, , ' ,885 Chanel Street. m Nonpanel Laundry C0, (Incorporated.) HIGH-CLASS WORK. We do the work for the leading fam ilies and stores. 127 Blatchley k, New Haven, Conn, Canoe Capsized. Percy J. Parsons of Clinton avenue and Frank Tyler of Pearl street had an exciting experience on the Qulnni plac river on Saturday afternoon and perhaps were saved from drowning. Both are members of the Fair Haven club and had just put out from the float when the canoe capsfzed In mid stream, while the men were chang ing positions. Parsons could not swim, but luckily grabbed the canoe, as did Tyler, who Is a swimmer. Alvin Nel son, seeing the accident, threw a rope to Tyler and drew the canoe with the men clinging to it to safety, Quite a crowd witnessed the rescue from the Grand avenue drawbridge. ' Tnrt nl TVnnr linn. ARRIVED, (flr.) Gilchrist, Sch Genesee N. Ba St. John, Sch Alc.iea (Br.), McLean, Windsor, N. S. Sch Resolute, Thomson, Norwich. Sch Ethel C. Martin, N. Y. CLEARED. Sch Laura C. Hall, (Br.), Hall, N. Y. Sch Charlotte, Ryerson, New York. Sch Charles and Emma, Holmes, New York. Sch R. O. Graham, Smith, Norfolk. Sch Stella Maud, Burnett, Rockaway. Sch Sea Breeze, Harris, Rockaway. Sch K. II. M.Uleson, Maleson, N. t. Sch N. II. Burrows, Lowery, Norfolk. General S!ilpplnpr News. Sable Island, N. S., Aug. 5. Steam er Carmania, Liverpool and Queens town for New York, In communication with Marconi station about 200 miles southeast at 7 a. ni. Will probably dock 7:30 a. m. Wednesday. Glasgow, Aug. 4. Arrived: Steamers Columbia. New York via Myville; Lau rentian, Boston via Moville. Chrlstiansand, Aug. 4. Midnight. Arrived: Steamer C. E. Tietgen, New York for Copenhagen. Boulogne, Aug. 3. 10 a. m. Sailed: Steamer Statendam, (from Rotterdam), New York. Prawle Point, Aug. 5. Passed: Steamer LMiiania, New York for Rotter dam and Ltbau. Naples. July 30. Arrived: Steamer LtKurUt.. New York. Bremen, Aug. S.-6 p. m. Arrived: Ft'eamer Frlerlrlch der Grosse, New York via Plymouth and Cherbourg. Cadiz, July 30. Sailed: Steamer Buenos Aires, (from Naples), New York. Lisbon, July 31. Sailed: Steamer Peninsular, New York. Bremen. Aug. 4. 9 a. m. Sailed: Steamer Grosser Kurfurst, New York. mmmmn mm-: : , ""Tig"' ""1 TT I ' Help Wanted-Male. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. WANTED FOR V. S. ARMY. ABLE-BODIED unmarried men, be . tween ages 21 and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. Apply Re cruiting Officer, 890 Chapel Street, New Haven; 756 Main street, Hart ford; 1022 Main street, Bridgeport; 190 Bank street, Waterbury, Conn. J19 tf WANTED A lamnmaker for a new line of high grade automobile lamps. A splendid opportunity for steady, competent, reliable man. For further particulars address N. B., this office. A3 4t WANTED Cigar slaesman In your ter ritory. Experience ; unnecessary. $44.00 per week. Peerless Cigar Co., Toledo. Ohio. A5 3t Situation Wanted-Female One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. WANTED Situation, gmeral house work or cook and laundress. Good reference. Address J. J. M., this of fice. A6 2t LADY wishes poultlon as seamstress or assistant to invalid. Inquire 67 Lafayette St., city. 2 1 Board and Room. One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full woek, seven times. Business Chances MORE CAPITAL NEEDED . to All orders tor Cotton's "KSO-TCF" Kelt Mattresses (patent pending). Bast paying Investment In New Haven Particulars pn applica tion. The Folding Mattress Co., Inc., 81 Goffe Street. J22 tf Auction Sale. . One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. n. n. malloby, AUCTIONEER and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel St. Telephone 2360. House hold goods a specialty. a4 tf Educational. MR. FREDERICK WEL0 will engago the services ot a ismitea nuniDor or ?;ood singers for a oorus choir. Voices ricd at 180 Orange St Real Estate? 135-137 Henry St. Two Brick Houses BARGAIN". For sale on Chatham street, near Ferry, a good two-family house with hot and cold water, bath, etc., on each floor. Lot 40x125. Price $4,800. Would be very cheap for $5,000. Lar?o part of this amount .can remain on mortgage at 6 per cent. MOORHEAD & DONNELLY, 82 Church Street, Room 20. West Haven Building Lots Piico xf treat to front feet, oia of let W suit Fiu luuw . , - H. V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orangs St. Building Lots at Morris Cova Shore Fronts and Five Cent Fnre. Cash or time payments and a libera! discount to Uiillders. Euy ot the owner. EDWARD M. CLARK, 39 Church Street Jtoom 801, New Y'ork, Aug. 5. Arrived: Steamer Hellig Oiav, Copenhagen. 'Nev London Murine "Notes," ' New Lcmcion, Aug. 5. Arrived: Schr. w-"-'jr';: Trrrrrgsa'jj Wanted. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. r WANTED A man and wife to tak charge of a farm. Address Mrs. W., care of Letter Carrier 12. 3t JONES SELECT EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, 23 Church street. Telephone; 1401-12 connections. Largest Agency, male and female help supplied for mercantile and domestic service for any and all kinds of work. Sent any where. Open evenings. ALL good help should call here. Wo supply all the best places and always need large numbers. Sleeman's Re liable Employment Agency, 763 Chap el. Open evenings. : mlltf Kelp Wanted-Female, One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. WANTED Woman for general house work. Hofel Ihne, Savin Rock. ABlt MANAGER FOR MILLINERY DE PARTMENT; A WOMAN POSSESS ING THE ABILITY OF A GOOD SUC CESSFUL SALESWOMAN, WHO CAN QUALIFY TO ACT AS BUYER, AND TO MANAGE THE ' DEPARTMENT. TO COMPETENT PERSON WE OF FER A GOOD INDUCEMENT. THE GAMBLE-DESMOND CO. A2 St WANTED Experienced steel stitchers and four needle strip stitchers. Ap ply Strouse, Adler & Co., 60 Court street.- ' ' jy30 6t Lost. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a fuH week, seven times. LOST On Whitney avenue car Friday noon a black leather hand-bag, con taining two pairs eye glasses, tho finder will be suitably rewarded by returning it at 187 Lawrence street. A5 It Announcements, One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. SLEEMAN'S RELIABLE EMPLOY MENT AGENCY, 763 Chanel St.. es tablished 20 years. Largest, best in the State. Best male and female help for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. Open evenings. Tel. 1422. Real Estate. TO LET Rooms top Soiit, building 424 State street, cor. Coort. Good light,, steady power, freight elevator, and heat. Specially equipped for lljcht mants facturlnn;. Spnce to snlt tenants, fb' a terra of yeara. Apply to hen. R. English. " 839 Chapel St, r FOR RENT Two very desirable central houses, having every Improvement. Situation excellent for a physician's office. ' Money to loan in sums to suit. h: g. hoadley; Room 214 Washington Building. 30 CHURCH STREET. Open Evenings. . FOR S ALE. On Lawrence St a modern One-family House; located near Whitney Avenue. 1 Price, $10,000. Judson d Hauff, Room 402. 902 Chapel St. FOR SALE. A desirable one family house, Dwlght street south of ChapeL J..C. PUNDERFORD, HI CHURCH STREET. IIOR SALE. Two-family brick dwelling; honse sit anted on St. John Street all Improve ments. CANNON, MORSE 4 CO., Fire Insurance. 192 Chapel Strest, $50,009 TO LO Oil Ml stat3 at 5 osr csnt. IN SUBIS TO SUIT. B. F. ESS, 840 Chapel SI Hublngcr Building Room 14, FINCH Formerly DEWS BURY' S.' 15 DIXWBLL AVENUE. Dealer in Cigars nnd Tobacco. Confectionery, stationery; Agent for Semon's Celebrated Ice Cream In Bricks and Built. Ice Cream Parlors In Connection With . ' filre. Lottie Beard, Hodgson, from South Am. bov for nn eastern port: George H. Mills, Whlttemore, from New York for Somes sound. Sailed; Schooner Frank Ilop.iins, Hunter, (from Noank), Savannah; tugs Argo, with two bn rites bound west; Nathan Hale, with live barges bound west. ... .... - - j 1 i