Newspaper Page Text
NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1907.
Iff - HOTELS AND 135-137 f. TFMD1F T HIGH-CLASS GERMAN RESTAURANT. Imported Beers a Specialty, business Men's Noon Lunch 50 Cents. HUNGARIAN GYPSY ORCHESTRA. H. D. BELL... Proprietor Hotel Garde Opposite Union Depot, New haven, conn. Connecticut's Largest Hotel Dinner 12-2:15. 50 Cents. New Tontine Hotel ORCHESTRA EVENINGS. Special attention given to banquets, weddings and private parties. Euro pean plan. Rooms from $1.00 up. GEORGE T. WIIITE, Proprietor. 151 TO 165 CHURCH STREET. RESTAURANT. Luncheon. 11:30 until Z o'clock. ORCHESTRA EVENINGS. Service a la Carte. LOUIS METZGER CATERING CO. EDUCATIONAL. Twi enty-fourth Year. ;j i Y. M. C. A. BUILDING, 152 Tempi Street- Y Sidney Perlln Butler, President. MI$S GtENDINNING'S School for Boys and Girls 201 Bishop Street. New Haven Danpins Academy; L. H. NEWMAN, INSTRUCTOR. Waltz, 2-step and 8-step taught for $5. Payment to suit pupils. Be ginners start any time. Office hours: 11-12 a. m. 1-6 and 7-10 p. m. 703 CHAPEL STREET. Over Howe & Stetson Stores. EDWARD P. BRETT, " BUILDER AND. CONTRACTOR. Sawing, Turning and Jobbing in ,Wood of All Kinds. Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Pack ing Boxes. 7 PROTJT STREET. YOUR FURNACE Your range or stove needs attention. I can put It In thorough order. Many years experience in the "Old Galpin Store' warrants your giving me a trial. , wor guaranteed o pe right. GEO. H. LONDON 418 Orchard Street. 'Phone 2S98-3 m Nonpareil Laundry C(L HIGH-CLASS WORK. We Co the work for the leading fam- , vies ana scores. 271 BlalcMey k, Nb Haven Conn. FOR SALE! .1. v Two-Family House 317 Dixwell Av. All Improvements. Chas. Wilson & Co. ROOM V 42 CHURCH ST. General Insurance, Real Estate, Leans, TELEPHONE 3326. RESTAURANTS. PARK AVENUE HOTEL Park Ave. (4th Ave.) 32d to 33d St. New York. One of the coolest hotels In New York City. All modern Improvements. Location central, convenient to all places of amusement and lines of travel. Open-air concerts every evening In the Court Garden with Its palms, fountains and growing plants a unique feature of the hotel. EUROPEAN FLAN ONLY. RATES MODERATE. Dining-room, restaurant and cafe. Meals a la carte. Illustrated booklet. Snbway Station and Electric Cars at the Hotel door. F. A. REED & E. EARNETT, ProDrlstors. HANDY' S NEW HOTEL DAVENPORT AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN. CAFE A LA CARTE. MTTSIC EVENINGS, 6 TO 12. Corner Orange ami Court Streets. TELEPHONE 128. GALEN HALL. Hotel and Sanatorium, Atlantic City. Elegant stone, brick and steel build ing. Always Open. Always Ready. Always Busy. , OBITUARY NOTES. Funeral of Mrs. McCandllss. The funeral of the late Mrs. Mc Candllss was held from 268 Bradley street .yesterday afternoon, and! was largely attended. The Rev. Dr. New man Smyth conducted the services. In terment was in Oak Grove cemetery. The pallbearers follow: Prof. Wm, Beebe, Prof. J. H. Nlemeyer, Prof. Charles S. Hastings, Dr. R. F. Rand, George D. Watrous, James Hillhouse. Mrs. Elnathan Atvvood. Mrs. Elnathan Atwood of Southing ton died Tuesday night at the hdme of her daughter, Mrs. A. M. Craig 6f this city. Funeral services were held at the home of her daughter at 11 o'clock yesterday, and her body was taken, to Southington on the 1 p. m. train. The funeral was held there on arrival of train and interment was In Oak Hill cemetery there. Gideon A. Sparks. Gideon A. Sparks died at the New Haven hospital Wednesday after an illness of several months. Mr. Sparks was a stationary engineer and resided in Fair Haven for many years. He was fifty-eight years old and. Is sur vived by a son, William Sparks, of this city, a daughter and a brother, who resides at Webster, Mass. He was a member of Worcester, Mass., lodge of Odd Fellows. Services were held at his late residence. 183 Fer ry street last evening. Members of the I. O. O. F, of this city had charge of the services. , The body was taken to Norwich for -burial. " Mrs. Oscar R. Lopper. Word has been received in this city of the death in Pittsburg, Pa., of Mrs. Oscar R. Lepper, who had many friends in this qlty. Mrs. Lepper was formerly Margaret Ines O'Mara and was the daughter of Roger O'Mara, former superintendent of police in Pittsburg'. She was a classmate In the Sacred Heajt convent at Manhat tanvllle, N. Y., of Mrs. John J. Lane of 423 Edgewood avenue. She was In this city last March on a visit to Mrs. Lane and during her stay in New Ha ven Mrs. Lepper made a host of friends. "60TH ROYAL AMERICANS." Mr. Brereton Qlves Some Information About Famous Regiment. To the Editor: Dear Sir: In your issue of the 23d inst you allude to Sergeant Major Elliott, who' has had sixty-five years of service in the British army and who enlisted In the King's Rifles, and I wish to state that the King's Rifles were the 60th Royal Americans before the Revolution. They have more hon ors on their colors than any other reg iment In the .British service, and their motto Is "Celer et Audax" ("Swift and Brave.") Truly yoursK , Or. BRERETON. New Haven, Oct. 24, 1907. 200. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS DEEDS AS RECORDED Warrantees, Quit Claims, Mort gages and Permits Issued. The following real estate transac tions were recorded in the town clerk's office yesterday: Warranty Deeds. Mary Bruning to Lawrence Grady, land Truman street, 35 feet. Francis A. Ailing, et als, to Mary Bruning, land Truman street, 35 feet. Edmund Zernitz to Marie Zernitz, land, three pieces, on Jewell street. Quit Claims. Max Price to Jacob Cohen, land with buildings Calmer street, 30 feet. Herbert B. Townsend to Margarei Rothery, land with bulMIngs, Laaber ton street, 30 feet. New Haven Saving.) hank to Bernard D. Druen, land with buildings, Hamil ton street, 78 feet. William A. Wright, sr., to Henry Tledeman, land with buildings, Green wich avenue, 25 feet. Albert N. Wheeler, ex. to John ' F. Downing, land with buildings, Gilbert street, 32 feet. Sophia Roth to Wilhelmlna Roth lanil Whalley avenue, 80 feet. Fannie M. Munson, trustee, to Mil ton A. Doolittle, land with buildings, Pond street, 100 feet. Fannie M. Munson to Milton A. Doolittle, land with buildings Pond street, 100 feet. Charles Rappaport to Abraham Gold stein, land Day street, B0 feet. Willlmantlc Lumber and Coal Co., to Cecily A. Chanley, land with build ings, Sherman aver;ue 60 feet. , Mortgago Deeds. Isaac Cohen, et al. to Farmlngton Savings Bank land with buildings Ver non street, B0 feet; $5,000. John F. Downing to National Savings Bank, land with buildings Gilbert street, 82 feet; $1,500. Frank Campbell, et ux. to Emeline D. Neale, land Burwell street, 33 feet; $1,500. : "Building News. The following permits were Issued by the building inspector, yesterday. Owner,' C. T. Coyle; description and location, two two-family dwellings on Cold Spring street; cost, $5,000 each. Owner, Ann tX Sanderson; descrip tion and location, 'Jbddltlon to house at 397 Dixwell avenue; cost,' $1,400. LIST OF PATENTS, Issued from the U, S. Patent Office, Tuesday, Oct. 22, 1907, for the State of Connecticut, furnished us from the office of Seymour & Earle, solicitors of patents, 868 Chapel street, New Ha ven, Conn. C. A. Bailey, CromweU, cartridge. G. W. Conklln, Shelton, grinding ma chine. . ' - W. J. Devlne, Norwalk, Insulator. C. J. Fancher, West Granby, assign or to Simplex Mfg. Co., driving mech anism for machines for operating abrading or cutting tools. - J. Hlltpold, New Britain, lock and latch. , ' C. E. Hoffman, Thomaston, safety set-screw. W. D. Mlddlebrook, assignor to Oak- vllle Co., Waterbury, wire-working machine. ' ' U M. Morden, Waterbury, loose-leaf binder. " Lt H. Mullikin, assignor to P. St F. Corbin Co. and Russell & Erwln Mfg. Co., New Britain, combined lock and latch. B. J. Toof, New Haven, sewing mi- chine. H. G. Volght and C. J. Caley, assign ors to Russell & Brwin Mfg. Co., New Britain, lock. T, F. Wales, Bridgeport, hand print ing press. FIRST PARENTS' MEETING. Mr. Knowlum Makes Interesting Ad dress at Winchester School. At the Winchester school yesterday atfernoon the first parents' meeting wag held In the kindergarten of the school at 3 o'clock. There was an unusually large attendance of both parents and teachers, and great Interest was dem onstrated in the address of Mr. Knowl ton, the subject of which was "The Thoughtlessness of Parents and Teach ers." Mr.. Knowlton spoke of the par tiality of both along the large lines regarding the schools in general. Of the realization that the times have ad vanced, that the conditions of the sehAols were never bettor, that the manner of teaching and the powers of adaptation and comprehension among pupils was bettering all the time, he cause of th methods employed for the keener Insight of the teachers Into the characters of the children. Also of the teachers' view of home work, and the expectations of teachers from parents, and parents from teachers. Generally speaking, the thoughtlessness Is due to a misunderstanding along certain lines, and under certain conditions. Mr. John Duncan, baritone, sang two songs, and Master Petrle played the violin. After the meeting there was a social meet ing, at which teachers and parents dis cussed the talk of the afternoon, and the conditions which should hereafter exist with regard to the subject in hand. STATE BAR ASSOCIATION. Charles E. Perkins, president of the State Bar association, has, in accord ance with the resolution of the asso ciation passed at the resent meeting in New Haven, appointed the follow ing committee, one from each county, to consider the matter of reorganizing the association: Hartford county, Charles M. Joslyn; New Haven county, Talcott 'Russell; New London county, Hadlal Hull; Windham county, Charles Searles; Tolland county, Charles Phelps; Middlesex county, Charles Vinal; Fairfield county, John H. Perry; and Litchfield county, George XI. Woodruff. TROLLEY SUPERINTENDENT. Midrtletown. Oct. 24. F. A. Hewitt, of Pottsvllle, Pa., has been chosen to succeed George H Church as superin tendent of the MIddletown trolley lines. Mr. Hewitt, with General Man ager Punderford, came here to-day and looked over the line. Mr. Hewitt will assume his duties soors. ONE CENT A WORD ' FOR EACH INSERTION. ' FOR SALE. i One cent a' word for each Insertion, i uve cents a wora ior a tun ween, seven times. FOR SALE THE FERRY STREET CHURCH PROPERTY. ENQUIRE F. E. FOWLER, 238 STATE STREET. 022 7t THREE horsepower marine engine In perfect condition, for sale very cheap. Inquire I. X., this office. . o24 7t PEOPLE'S Fish Market. Oysters are very fine now, and wa have Stony Creeks, Clintons, Rockaways, Blue Points, Buzzards Bay, opened to or der and in the shell, full line of choicest sea food. H. W. Wilson & Sons, 30 Congress avenue. o25 7t STEEL frame slate" bottom fish aquari um for sale cheap. I. W., this office. . 023 it FOR SALE One dark bay horse, seven years old, weight about 1,150. Apply 183 Orange street. , o23 2t ONE-HALF dozen arm chairs (wood) ft. standing desk, second hand; boot oiacK stand anir cnair (.new); s u. Singer sewing machine table with shaft, counter shaft, pulley complete (new) for less than half price. Small cashier's desk, with drawers and cash drawer. Jos. E. Ahem, dealer In new and second-hand store and office fix tures, 154 Orange street, (rear). 015 Tt WEST Haven, 9 room house, all Im provements. bath,t furnace, large lot, fruit, fine location near trollev. 12 minutes to city. Terms moderate. Moderate, Courier office. . ol5 lw A GOOD second-hand typewriter, cheap. Address the Bradley Co., 158 Orange screei. o23 St CENTER Street, West Haven.. Four aosiiaoie nouses, up to aate, nne lo cat ons; all Improvements; prices low; terms right Fredrtque R, Lewis, 139 Orange street. .... . ol9 14t FOR 9ALB 1,000 set Tlrtent Stove BrlcK. Every set warranted one yenr. Orders received 783 STATE STREET. AUCTION SALE. One cent a word for each innertlon five cents a word for a fuik week, seven times. ' 1 R. B. MALLORY, Auctioneer, sells con tents ( room nat, 103 congress ave nue, Thursday 10 a. m. sideboard, din ing table, chairs, chiffoniers, Iron bedsteads, chamber suites, iron couch, folding bed, tables, rockers, carpets, draperies, pictures, gas range, refrig erator, crockery, eto, 11 4231 2t R. B. MAM.OriY. AUCTIONEER and Appraiser, 1123 Chapel St Telephone 2S60. House hold goods a specialty. a4 tf FURNISHED ROOMS. One cent a word for each Insertion, five oents a word for a full week, seven times, i THE Roxbury) bachelor apartments, en buub ur single, r-iwnBajiwy located. Excellent management. S. W. Hurl burt, 1074 Chapel street, o25 7t FOR SALE OR RENT. One oent a word for eaoh Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. IF YOTJ list your property In my of. flee, it will be sold. Think it over. Michael J. Goods, 69 Church street. o251m BOATS AND LAUNCHES. MARINE Insurance on yachts of all kinds Frank tl. JViason, Room 8, 82 Church street. ol0 lmo. 18 FT. SHARPY launch for sale, cheap. n.verytning dui me engine; price HO. I. W., this office. o22 7t ANNOUNCEMENTS. 'Phone 8027-4 for mattress work, fea ther renovating or for particulars about Cotton's "Kno-tuf Felt Mat tress, best bed on earth. Mattresses made from old feather beds. Folding Mattress Co., Goffe street. SLEEMANS HELIABLE EMPLOY - MciJN i aukinuh, (63 jnapel St., es tablished 20 years. Largest, best In the State. Best male and female help for any and all kinds of work. Sent anywhere. ODen evenlnas. Tel. 1422 METHODISTS AT WESLETAN. Religious Statistics at the MIddletown f . College. MIddletown, Obt 24. Professor X. W. Nicholson of the Wesleyan faculty has compiled statistics showing the re ligious preferences of the students. Out of 294 students, 190 are Methodists and 14 other denominations are represented as follows: Congregational, 28; Episco pal, 18; Baptist, 13; Presbyterian, 13; Universallst, 1; Unitarian, 4; Catholic, 7; Reformed, 2; Mission, 1; non-sectarian, 1; Salvation Army, 1; German Evangelist, 1; Christian Scientist, 2; Friends. 1: Mt. Herman, 1, and undo. nomlnatlonal, L - . ta : f. .! !. - cents : Advertise Your Wants in These Columns. Results Will Follow. A DER"lSlfi EIEi WRD ' " DAYS TMVinST VrtTTR PTWrnT.H ATJTJ WATfTFT . TTTE B.ESTJLT. HELP WANTED FEMALE. One cent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. WANTED girl for general housework. WANTED Young lady with some ex perience to assist in snipping room office, grocery department, Friday and Saturday of each week. D. M. Welch & Son, Congress avenue. o241t WANTED an experienced, well recom mended waitress. Apply at 56' Hill house avenue. o25 7t THE Gamble-Desmond Co. want er rand girls at once. Good chance for advancement. Must have school cer tificate, v 23 6t FOR RENT. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. i A FEW nice tenements with Improve ments. Moorehead, 82 Church street ol6--nl MODERN flat, 73 Avon, corner Orange. 025 2t ROOM with power and heat. After No. vember 1, three floors, 2,000 square feet each. An exceptional opportun ity. C. H. Bird, 106 Park street o25 2w TWO pleasant furnished rooms, open fireplace, heat, pas and all conven iences. Quiet neighborhood. Inquire 18 Park street. 19 7t SIX rooms, all Improvements, Mansfield street; seven room fiat, Atwater street; both in New Haven. Williams, 82Church street. , . 025 8t ' EAST Haven rents; one of six rooms Wellington ure, 83 Church street, ol8 7t EAST Haven; one of eight rooms: lm . provements; $16. Wellington Ure. 018 7t FOR RENT room htmse, now vacant, between Chapel and Edgewood avenu on Orchard. 87 Church street C. A. Baldwin. ol7 7t FACTORIES FOR RENT. One cent a word for eaoh insertion, flv cents a word for a full week, seven tln.es. A LARGE three-story factory, as a wnoie, or in parts to suit tenant. A. Podoloff, Exchange building. 026 7t LEGAL NOTICE. Dist of New Haven, ss, Probate Court, October 22. 1907. ESTATE OF PETER BUSCH. late of New Haven, in said Distrlot, deceas ed. An Instrument In writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased, having been presented in Court, Theodore Gruener and E Charles Hlldebrand, of New Ha ven having made written appli cation praying that the same may be probated, and that letters testamentary may be granted, as by said application on file in this Court more fully appears, it is ORDERED, That said application be heard and determined at a Co(rt of j-rooaie to oe neia at New iaven, in said District, on the 25th day of Octo ber, 1907, at ten O'clock in the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be given to all parties interested In said estate, by publishing this order three times In a newspaper having 1 a circulation In said District. By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON.' o23 3t . Clerk. Dlst. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, October 22, 1907. ESTATE OF MARY L. HARRISON, lata of New Haven, In said District, de ceased. The Court of Probate 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 es tate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarr ed. ' All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate pay ment to HENRY B. HARRISON. o23 3t Administrator. Dist. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, October 22. 1907. ESTATE OF MARY B. CHATHAM, late of New Haven, in said District, de ceased. Franklin S. Bradley of New Haven, a creditor, having made written applica tion praying that administration of said estate may be granted, as by said ap plication on file 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 29th day of Octo ber, 1907, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be given to all parties interested in Baid estate, by publishing this order three times in a newspaper having a circulation In said District By the Court. JOHN L. GILSON. - 023 3t Clerk., Dist. of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, October 10. 1907. ESTATE OF ERNEST NELSON, late of New Haven, in said District deceas ed. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and ap pointed 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 debarred. All persons indebted to Said estate are requested to make Immediate pay ment to FRANK H. WHEELER. 024 3t Administrator. OFFICES FOR RENT. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. SUCCESSFUL dentistry offices, of over thirty years standing, corner Chapel and Orange street. Three ne rooms ' ensulte; toilet, eto. Inquire Mattoon, 808 Chapel street. o24 7t BOARD AND ROOM. One eent a word for each insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. NICELY furnished rooms and bath. Good table board; homelike in every sense. 216 Orange street, between Elm and Court street. o9 lmo WANTEJD by two ladles, good board residence In private family two bed rooms. Answer Sheiton. Everett House, Washington, D. C. o24 2t SITUATION WANTED-FEMALE One cent a word for each Insertion. five cents a word for a full week, seven times, . WANTED Situation as cook or to do housework, 558 State street second floor. 024 It HELP WANTED MALE. One cent a word for each Insertion, nve cents a word for a full week, seven times. . BARTENDER (colored) for club In city. otste reterences. m every particular, Address Bartender, this office. 025 2t BARTENDER (white) for city club. Give full particulars of reference. Ad ' dress Bartender, this office. o23 2t THE Gamble-Desmonl Co. wish to en- ;gage an experienced salesman for cotton and linen department. o22 2t HONK! Hosikl Honfcf Look sharp to your Interest Now is the time for young men to learn the auto business. A thorough knowledge of your ma chine and how to repair when requir ed is what we teach you. Open even ings. New England Auto School, 135 Court Street. 08 tf WANTED FOR V, S. ARMY. ABLE-BODIED unmarried' men, be tween; ages 21 and 86; chizens 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; 766 Main street, Hart 10,23 Ma,n street, Bridgeport; 199 Bank street Waterbury, Conn. J19tf EDUCATIONAL. MR. FREDERICK WELD will engage the services of a limited number of good singers for a ehorus choir, voices tried at 139 Orange 8t REAL ESTATE. West Haven Building Lots Prices range from $3.00 to $8.00 a front foot. Size of lot to suit pur chaser. H V. RICHARDS, Real Estate Broker 141 Orango St. TO LET nrnime top tout, building 434 Stat street, eot. Court. Good light, steady power, freight elevator, and heat. Specially enlpped for light auiaa factoring. Space to salt tenants, tut a term ( yarm. , Apply to Benj. R. English 839 Chapel St. SURETY BONDS Executed for Administrators, Execu tors, Trustees and all persons holding positions of trust Lowest rates. Judson & Hauff, Room 402. 602 Chapol St FOR SALE. Two very desirable central houses, haTlng every- Improvement Situation excellent for a physician's office. Money to 'loan in sums to suit l: g; hoadle.y.' Room 214 Washington Building. V 30 CHURCH STREET. Open Evenings. .' WANTED. - - n. . w.u . J . CI V. 11 HUH, five cents a word for a .full week, seven times. SILVERWARE, bicycle parts and' oiuvo jiaria iu repiate. jonn A. i'ecKi ham, 958 Grand avenue. o9 lm BUYING ladles', gents' old clothes; send' puiat. cum vviauer, vit urana ave nue. .. , o9 lm .TO XT' . KU,t.WvC1l l?um nv.ir.vm AGENCY, 23 Church street. Telephone iiui-ii connections. Largest Agenoy, male and female help supplied for mercantile and domestic service tot1 any and all kinds of work. Sent any4 where. Open evenings. JONES Select Employment Agency, 2j' Church street' Telephone 1401-12,' Connecticut's largest agency, oldest: and most reliable place in state; mal and female help, all nationalities, supplied for mercantile and domestic) ; service for any and all kinds oi. work, tent anywhere. ALL good help should call hero. We supply all the best places and always, need large numbers. Sleeman'f Re liable Employment Agency, 703 Chap' el Open evenlnea mil tf LOST. One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times. BETWEEN Wavcrly and Mechahlo streets, string of gold bends .with locket. Reward If returned to 17 Waverly street. ' f25 it FOUND One cent a word for each-Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven j times. . , ' STERLING silver initial heart found Sunday. Inquire Graves, this office. : y 023 3t REAL ESTATE. TENTH WARD ? Within a mile of the' City Hall, I havo for sale four good one-family houses at price3 from $5,200 to $14,000. Call and let me tell you about them. The toll II I. y J, ZiJtAl - I II mi ft 12 GILL STREET. Near West Chapel St. . 9 ROOM ' HOUSE. t Modem Improvements. I H THE OLD GALPIN STORE FOR SALE The Oldest Stove, Plumbing and; Heating Business In New Haven. Lo-; cated over thirty years at 860 State! street Select trade. Will be sold with stock, fixtures and lease at a bargain If sold at once. Good reasons fer sell-' lng. I MOOREHEAD & DONNELLY, SS Cnnrch Street. Itoam 20. NEW HAVEN. FOR SALE. 23 COURT. STREET, ' . Tbre? 'itory dweUIng, house; good ' neighborhood; all modern tynprove. ments. EDWARD M. CLARK 39 Church Street. FOR SALE. A desirable one family house, i)w!ghi street south of ChapeL J. O, PUNDERFORD, ' lit CHURCH STRSSBT. .