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THE FAEMEE: JAOTJAIiY 2, 1909. FINANCIAL. nrr t nriTTTfrTn Allowed on Balances Subject to Checto BANKERS , festabHsnei 1866. Stocks and Bonds. v ivate Wires to New York, Boston, jfmiaaeipma. Cor.', Main and John Sts. , The ' Bridgeport Trust Company : Capital and Surplus, . . $300,000 Htrrglar and 1 Fire-Proof Vaults. -1 Private room fur customer' use. . " , .. Tlo lest protection against theft or tire. , Watchman. Time Locks. 367-171 STATK ST.. . F. W. MARSH. Pres. E. 11. JUDSON. Treas. The Bridgeport Land & Title Company. , 1U9-171 STATE, ST. Capital aud Surplus. $111,000 Laud title guaranteed. Titles searched. ' "Abstract fnrr.!rhet1. Conveyances carefully drawn and executed. , ORANGE MFRWIS. P" U. l'Y W H Kili'il iFiP. Trens. 97!h Semi-Aiinua , iividsiieT i. -: ' 1 . The Trustees of this Bank have de clared the J7th Semi-annual dividend Pt the rate of four ier cent, per an num, payable on all deposits on and citer January 2nd, 1909. EDWARD W. MARSH, Trees. ' Deposits made on or before January 6th; will draw interest from January 1st; -. ' , . People's Sayings Bank " 924-926. MAIN STREET, cipi-Ailiiual Dividend has been declared by this Bank at tb ; ' ' rate of I ; 4; W -Gent. per annui on all deposits, payable on Unci after January 2, 1909. Deposits made on or" before January 6. 1909, rill draw " Interest from January 1, 1009. ? "T .; ' '..: . 1 BRIDGEPORT INCORPORATED 1842. Dor. Main: and State Streets : First and most IMPORTANT ; CONSIDERATION iiany . years' experience of conservative- investors' has proved -the SE CURITY and RELIABILITY ot FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS, secured by carefully selected real estate. We have for your ' selection a choice as ortment of Mortgage Loans secured by Bridgeport and Georgia real es tate. 923 Main St. Bridgeport. Conn. t .v,:,, Tel. 423. vmmmmwmmmwmm THE BEAUTIES OF A SOUTHERN TRIP Are More Than Realized by a Visit to ' FLORIDA and the SOUTPI. ' .We. have never yet seen the person that, was not thoroughly, enchanted by a trip- .to. Florida and the South during the . winter. The temperate climate and the many unexpected scenes are extremely delightful. We furnish you tickets and staterooms via the Clyde Line, the only direct line without change." S. Loewith & Co., AGENTS. Telephone 99 . 116 BANK STREET CIGARS and . TOBACCO tnd smokers', requisites. A complete Stock of best Union made brands. .THOMAS W: GRANT, Main and Golden. Hill Sts. : GLEDHILL & CO., T -,' " t- ' ;.''' '..''''V'.-" - Dealers In second hand iron and Wood-working machinery, engine, pollers, motors, dynamos, lathes, plan. rs. drills, snvils. band aws. vise., levators. jfflce fixtures, safes, desks, ixt etc 'Telephone call 773-2. . CCll. WAlkU A VbiON Ta. r fffe A BHiB"i"lf r BIB lurr&lfoepp This price quotation' will surely interest men sav ingly inclined because of the safety of th'e saving, Winter Suits of acknowledged supremacy the kind custom tailors strive to imitate. 1 Such a chance comes seldom. Profit now ! $80-$25 The finest hand-tailored winter garments. SUITS Faultless tailoring in every line and stitcli New-Browns Grays, Mixtures, etc. Rogers, g(g Peet & Co. and Kuppen iJTipimpv liindols reduced B5i' now to m livery needed, .-uurmsmng Jriats, uioves, unaer- wear, Hosiery. m ffl m. ial'MAIM JOHN 5lJi We all want to and intend to. The sweetest and i best wav is to begin with I The finest catch of fish it if it's buyable. Fish callops. Sweet Crab Meat, I Meats, Vegetables, Poultry, SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, LIVE LOBSTERS, 15c lb HAYES' 629 WATER ST. THE MARKET OIVIE Ei W. Smith's CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS SATURDAY LUNCHES A SPECIALTY 1751 MAIN STREET LOWE'S LAUNDRY 1000 SEA VIEW AVE. WET WASH, ROUGH DRY AND MANGLE WORK. . THOMAS L. LOWE Prop., formerly of Wells & Lowe Phono 15.4. Delivery Free , T 17 tf MOVING Have it done" by us'as we assume all the responsibility and do it to your entire satisfaction. We move you cheaper, than any- other firm and the work is done by sober and experienced men. O. GREGORY, STRATFORD, CONN. Telephone 1121-23 , YOU are welcome to open a charge ac count here READY-to-WEAR GARMENTS latest styles for Men, Women and Children.: Hundreds of sat isfied patrons, g - , JEWELRY PHONOGRAPHS 111G-1118 MAIN ST., Credit Clothiers for Men. Wo men and Children From Head to Foot. more as The prettiest in tOAvn ' for both men and women at very at tractive prices. Come and see them. A handsome souvenir free withe very purchase M. J. BUECHLER, The Reliable Jeweler. 48 Fair field Avenue. ; Bridgeport Hydraulic Co. No. 820 Main Street Water rates for the quarter, endim; Jan. 1st, 1909, are NOW DUE and payable at the office of the Company, No. 820 3Iain Street. AH bills must be paid on. or before Jan. 15, 1909. Business hours, Saturdays, 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. " For the accomodation of tbo pub lic the office will be kept open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m., Mondays, Jan. 4th and 11th,. 1909. . WALTER S. WTLMOT, Alt Secretary. - , 4 BRIDGEPORT. OONN. and stick to i . in Bridgeport. We have all kinds Oysters, Es picked out ot tne sneii; etc. MARKET TEL. 412. OF QUALITY. CHOICE WINES. LIQUORS & CIGARS. New Management. Strictly Up-to-date. Hot Lunch AH Day DAN COOXEY, Proprietor Corner Cedar and East Main Street. Oafe Successor to Charles Graether SAVINGS BANK STATEMENTS. Increase in Number of Depositors Dur ing 1908. The annual report of the bank com missioners,with the annual statements fo the savings and state banks and trust companies and the trust compan ies and the trust- companies having savings departments has been present ed to the governor. , The statements filed by the savings banks show, an increase for the year in the , amounts loaned on real estate of $2,356,903.07 while the loans on col lateral security' have decreased $1,714, 398.38 and loajns ' on personal security have decreased $828,440.95. The muni cipal obligations have decreased $1, 848.1SS.35 and the railroad bonds have also decreased -$835,628.26. The amount invested in United States bonds has in creased $30,000 while the amount in vested in the stocks of banks and trust companies has decreased $421,502.50. Real estate owned, including banking houses, shows a decrease of $38S 584.13 The number of depositors has de ceased by 3,704 and the amount of the decrease in deposits is $4,273,294.78, against , a gain in 1907 of $10,107,076.92. The contrast in figures show how the business depression affected the state, though probably some of the decrease was due to money withdrawn for the purchase of stocks at low figures. Eighty savings banks pay 4 per cent, dividends, two pay 3 3-4, five 3 1-2 and one paid nothing during the past yean While the ' law allows until 1912 to make the change, six trust companies have invested all their savings de posits 'in savings bank funds, the six companies being the Bridgeport Trust Company, Bristol Trust Company, Fi delity Title and Trust Company of Stamford, Greenwich Trust Company, Stamford Trust Company and the Wa terbury Trust Company. The itemized statement of the de posits of savings banks shows that as a rule those making an increase are banks located in small towns. Those which show an increase since October, 1907, are tiie Bridgeport Savings Bank, the: Canaan Savings Bank, New Ca naan Savings Bank, New Hartford Savings Bank, New Miiford Savings Bank, Norfolk Savings Bank. Nor walk Savings Society, People's Savings Bank of Bridgeport, Salisbury's Sav ings Society, Savings Bank of Dan bury, Shelton Savings Bank, Thomas ton Savings Bank, Union Savings Bank of Danbury, Westport Savings Bank. As in past years the largest individual deposit is held by the Norwich Sav ings Society and amounts to $50,282.82. RHEUMATISM CURED IN A DAY. , Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism and Neuralgia radically cures in l to 3 days. Its action upon the system is remarkable and mysterious. It re moves at once the cause and the dis ease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly benefit. 75 cents and $1. Sold by Curtis Pharmacy, 1149 Main St cor. Elm. 8 MAN AND GIRL DIE TOGETHER A. Korber Shoots Miss Orlopp and iiim : self.' New York. Jan. 2. Locked in each other's arms, the bodies of a young man and a pretty girl were found last night in the woods in Yonkers just be yond the New York city line. It ap peared as. if the man had killed his companion and, then committed sui cide. A revolver was in his hand. Two boys returning from skating on Mc Lean Pond discovered the bodies and notified the Yonkers police. The young man wore an exnensive striped black suit and patent leather shoes. In his hat was found the name, A. Korber, 1320 West 148th street. The young woman is believed to be Miss E. Orlopp, but no address could be found. The name wae a laundry mark on her underwear. Both were shot in the right temple. When found Korber's left arm was about the young woman's neck, while his right hand still held the revolver with which, seemingly, he ended both their lives. FAIRFIELD A Round of Entertainments The Conn try Ciab Dance The Firemen's Smok er Personal Mention. Four entertainments were given in town on " New; Year's evening the dance and reception at the Greenfield Hill Country Club, a smoker at the house of the Hook and Ladder Com pany, the gathering of the St. Thomas' Athletic Club, and the reunion of the Social Club. The result was that yes terday the town was remarkably quiet, everyone remaining within doors and nearly all business suspended. It i3 estimated1 that not far from . 200 mem bers with their friends gathered at the Country Club to dance the old year out and see . the new year in. The rooms were .very, elaborately decorated with evergreens, tissue paper bells, and one of the rooms was profusely em bellished with pink carnations. The same crowd . of people , were present who always attend these affairs, made up largely of the substantial residents of the hill- and the Jtown. Speidel s orchestra gave the music, which was lively and appropriate. . Refreshments were served. As the clock struck 12 at midnight 'a, large set piece of ever greens was suspended from the stage bearing the legend: "Good Bye, 1908." Then the company sang a" new year's song and another set piece appeared with the motto:.' "Happy New Year, 1909." After .- the supper had been served, dancing', was . resumed and con tinued until 3. o'clock in .the morning. Mrs. W.. .H.. .Wilson had charge of the decorations. ; The reception committee consisted of. President and Mrs. N. H. Sherwood, . First Vice President and Mrs. S.. C .Bradley, Second Vice Pres ident Miss Georgia A.. Banks and Miss Mary E.. Banks, Secretary and Mrs. D. B. Adams, Treasurer and Mrs. J. Nel son Hutchinson. The chairmen of the other committees were. as follows: Re freshments, Mrs. Annie L. Bulkley fruitade, Mrs. A. H. Brothwell; favors, Mrs. W. O. Burr; music and floor, F. .S. Lalley, Jr.: decorations, N. E. Sher wood ; door, W. H. Wilson. The watch night service at the Methodist church on Thursday night, in Southport. was well attended. Richard Sherwood is "home from a visit to New York. ; The funeral of the late Miss Jennie M. Stokes ' was held this morning at St. Thomas church. , Miss -Alice Nichols of Greenfield Hill has . friends visiting her . from Bridge port. Among the guests at a dinner yester day given by Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mu ser were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lyman of Bridgeport, and .Miss Lyman, Mr., and Mrs. George Dayton of New Ha ven, Ray Bennett and Robert Hart of Bridgeport. ' John H. Thorn e is home from a visit to Scranton, Pa. . , . The, smoker given by the Fairfield-; Hook and Ladder Company, jew Year's evening, proved to be a very enjoyable affair. About 9:30 the mem bers, headed . by Chief Seggett, sat down to a supper, mostly furnished by members of the company. The clam chowder and coffee, however, was pre pared at the Home Made Bakery. Chief Seggell acted as toastmaster. In a brief speech he dwelt on ' the growth of the company, equipment, discipline, etc., especially praising the younger element of the membership for- their active interest in the com pany. Postmaster Pickett 'was then called upon for an address. He is a charter member of the fire company and proved equal to, the occasion. He told how the company started with but eight members, some four years ago, he being chosen as their financial sec retary, when things did not look very promising, He related how they pro cured an old running gear" of a grocery wagon, having it fitted up at the old Slayback ; wheelwright establishment for carrying the small hand pump, painter's 'ladders and a, few fire buck ets. ' This apparatus was housed in an old shed which was donated free gratis until suitable quarters could be procured. . Today ,he said, we have a company of 50 good muscular young men as members; one hook and ladder truck fully equipped, with hand pumps; 1,000 feet of fire hose; extension lad ders and jumper. This enables the boys to get to any fire in a hurry be fore it gets under headway. And we have a chief Who is certainly a credit to the town. . Our truck house we own free and clear, located on the main street, in the most convenient part of the town. . Cigars 'were then passed when the company adjourned to the upper hall where a number of selec tions were given by a graphophone, and songs by John Dunleavy, Frank Smith and" Bartlett Bennett. Some 75 gen tlemen were present, including the of ficersChief Seggell, 1st Assistant Henry Moore, 2d Assistant W. A. Mut tett. Treasurer George Johnson, Finan cial Secretary James Furniss, and Re cording Secretary Ambrose Smith. Work has been suspended for a few days at the Eastern Underwear plant dui-ing the taking -of inventory. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Smith gave a New Year's eve dancing party. Judge and Mrs. Banks . will go to Hartford next week, presumably on Monday, as the caucus for Speaker will be held on Tuesday. Miss Esther Gardner of Merideh, is visiting friends on Greenfield Hill.' Contrary to newspaper reports, the Fairfield and Westport publ'c schools do not reopen on Monday, but on Tues day, Jan. 5. POINTS OF INTEREST. January Clearance Sale . -of milliners', shirt waists, petticoats, sweaters, rain coats, tailored suits, fur scarfs and fur muffs, commences to-day at E. Jl. Dillon & Co., 1103 Main St. A Good Resolution. At this season of srood resolutions, make one to :he effect that during the year lflQ9 you will attend church at least once each Sunday. If you have no church, go to the First Methodise church this first Sunday evening of the new , year, and get acquainted. You 'will hear a good sermon and some "'ex cellent musl" STRATFORD No Fire Chief Yet -The Ferry, Road Assembly Dance Mr. Field Sunrise Meeting Engagement Lunch. It was announced that the fire com mittee would hold a meeting yesterday at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Town hall, but when the hour arrived the only gentlemen present were Sheriff Stagg, Selectman Stevens, and Mr. Frank -E. Conine. It was understood that Select man Wells was in New York and Con stable Beardsley was away. The re sult was no business was transact' d, and no Fire Chief was appointed. The gentlemen present fell to discussing condition of the roadway in the vicin ity of the Ferry bridge, so called, the rather ancient and unsat.sfactory structure which crosses Ferry creek. It is thought that the trolley tracks, running from. White etreet, to . the bridge and beyond, are too near the western side . of "the street, and that the road should be widened, so that the approach to the bridge , will be safer, and more convenient. It appears that the land bordering the road at this point is owned by thf -.Sterling estate, by Mrs. Lewis and Mr. Stagg. And a recently built fence along th'"1 Sterling estate looks as if it had im pinged upon the roadway. At all events there is , an old mile stone by the side of the road -which has been in position for over half a century, at least, which is now inside the Sterling fence. If the street could be widened to a point in line with this - ancient mile stone, it would be a great im provement. It was the consensus of opinion among the gentlemen that this section of street, including the bridge, is the weakest spot in town and ought to be improved. The traffic at this point is often congested owing to the narrow highway, and the approach to the bridge is too -steep. As many as 17 automobiles have been seen to cross this bridge in 15 minutes, to1 say noth ing of the trolley cars, bicycles, trucks carriages, delivery wagons, and all kinds of teams. The attention of . the town needs to be called to th!s section of Ferry road, when it will undoubted ly at some future town meeting vote the money to put it in a safe condition. ; The . Assembly club dance at Red Men's hall on New Year's eve, was well attended, some 75 people being present, and the dancing was kept , up until three o'clock in the morning. Jerome May's orchestra of four pieces gave the music. The usual members with their friends were in attendance. A consultation of physicians has been held in the case of Mr. Horace Field, who suffered a stroke a week or two ago, and it is rumored that a doc tor from Bridgeport told Mr. Field ho is gocd for a dozen years yet. Hio many friends will be glad to know it. Mrs. Hughes .Keegan, who has ,been confined to the house for a fortnight with , an, attack of " bronchitis is able to be out again. The sunrise prayer meeting at the Congregational church, at 7:30 on New Year's morning was attended by some 50 people arid proved to be a very in teresting occasion. The ringing of the big bell so early surprised some of the Assembly club dancers who felt that they had but just got into bed. ( To-morrow being communion Sunday at the Congregational church there will be no regular sermon in the morning, but a short address, by Dr. Packard and the reception of new members. In the afternoon there will be a praise service. Miss Vivian Conine is vMting friends for a week in Cromwell. Conn. Skating at Judson's pond was very good yesterday, and nearly all the boys in town flocked to the ice with their skates and .hockey sticks. Business was practically suspended in town yesterday, the stores closing down in the1 morning and the library and the post office being as tight and deserted as a tomb. ... Mr. Frank E. Conine is commuting this month on the N. Y.; . N. H. & H. railroad, working the territory of the Hudson river and Long Island in -the interest of his nurseries. y . Miss Grace Belden of this town was one of the guests at the great Grippen reception in Bridgeport on the last day of the year. - Wednesday last Miss Ethel Beach, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. F. C. Beach. gave a luncheon in honor of her en gagement to Mr. James Albert Wales, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Allen of Stratford avenue. The following young ladies were present: Misses Emily Wheeler. Margery Lewis. Mar guerite Cosmvell, Marjory Briggs and Miss Maitland. Thursday evening theSunday school of the Methodist church held its Christmas, festival. There was the usual music, recitations and presents. Father O'Connor has received a let ter from Rev. John Synnott, adminis trator of the diocese, recommending that a collection be taken in b the churches next Sunday for the sufferers by the earthquakes in Italy. The re ceipts will be sent to the Pope by cable next- Tuesday. Late Alexander Troup On the demise of the late Col. Alex ander Troup, editor of the. New Haven Union, the family of the deceased com missioned the Burrelle Press Clipping Bureau in New York to compile :a memorial volume as an historical ref erence The volume was to contain all that the-newspapers printed concern ing the life and career pf the deceas ed. The memorial has been completed and has just been delivered to the family. Every newspaper in America that printed items concerning the de ceased is represented, a prominent position being given to the Farmer. The memorial is ten by twelve inches in size, the leaves are of Irish lilien paper with black border and the bind ing is of black seal, lettered in gold. The work in its entirety is looked up on as ah historical record that should be preserved for all times. POINTS OF INTEREST. Prices Have Gone to Smash on furniture, portieres, lace curtains, etc., at N. Buckingham & Co.'s., 177 State street. . For the next few weeks, the Buckingham company want to lighten their stock. The people who want values will buy from them. Read their adv. 1 , Housewives when you have old papers, bottles, rags, copper in fact anything you can not use remember the old established firm of Jacob Bros., dealers in all kinds of junk, they pey the highest pi-fces in the city. Send postal or phone 439-4 and they will respond promptly. Yard 55 Kossuth street. Es tablished 1898. The Weidemann Brewing Company's bottling department is sec ond to none in the state. The bottles are sterilized then filled by the latest improved machines, direct from the storage or ageing vats, to the botltes. thereby retaining all the . natural car bonic gas so essential to good beers, ales and porter, after which we pas teurize or steam each bottle to pre serve its keeping qualities, on account of change in temperature when it leaves our modern brewery. Tele phone orders delivered to all parts of the city. John D. Smarto, General Agent, 688 Main street. Phone 687-2. Office and Salesroom, 1029 Broad St. 14 IS lllOUS Bile causes no end of. trouble. Sick headaches, bilious attacks, ; jaundice, constipation and many distressing ailments arise from an excess of bile, or from obstruction of the bile duct. Inactivity, sedentary occu pations and indiscretion in feeding and drinking are bile blunders that need to be guarded against.' When the liver is disordered the best bile correctives are . . because they relieve the overworked liVer, and gently stimulate it when it is sluggish. These pills control the flow of bile, restore its right con sistency, and work for the immediate and lasting benefit of the stomach, bowels and blood. Whenever a furred tongue, dull, yellowish eyes nausea, or headache indicate bilious conditions, use Beecham's Pills at once, to correct the bile and egulate Boxes 10c and 25c, JOHN F P A V 239 FAIRFIELD AVE. lulin r rI,,. 4 Doors Above Broad St. High class furniture, draperies and novelties, re-upholstering and refinishing furniture, shades and curtains in great variety, i vV1 vndsf- b,e,1,nS maa" o orocr and made oyer. The only rtoro of W Kind in New England ; Trie. .TSt-S, THE PE'O'PL C--ButfeF TELEPHONE 589. GUARANTEED HOSE, pair for GUARANTEED FOR SIX MONTHS Kepp &l Bupnes, STRATFIELD HOTEL BUILDING AVONIMN HOME OF THE SPORTSMEN ' DAVID E. EH. REED Phone 594-2 mm hotel ma . "W -4 Business Men's Lunch from 11:30 MEIBERIANN'S Lager Beer and Mes U U NEED NO INTRODUCING for the Holidays. Bottled Lager and Ales a Specialty... Send Postal. JOHN D. SMARTO. General Agent. 688 Main Street. Thone 87-3 Parle City Cycfe&Enamclliif G&v BICYCLES, SPORTING -GOODS AND GAS FIXTURES. REPAHX YTORK A SPECIALTY. JAPANNING AND ENAMELING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS 556 BROAD STREET FAMILY WASH 50 CENTS . - 7 - : .. -. . Bridgeport Wet Wash Laundry Co., v- Mtroianni prop. 145 LINEN AV.'Tei. 2375. :. Branch, 470 BROOKLAWN AV. TeL 1042-2 ' ' H 25 tf . GEORGE S. BAKER , GROCER AND BUTCHER CHOICE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES BUNNELL AND DEACON STREETS ; - for 12 SPRAGUE'S OYSTER SALOON for " " Rockaway Oysters and Clams in Every Style. Parties Accommodated , CAPT. DANIEL SPRAGUE, Mgr., 58 John St.. near Broad. TeL7 1312-13 KEITH'S---The Varsity Pharmacy PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY 5V FA Hi FIELD AVE,, COR! PARK AVE. Phone 1447-2 Day or Night. H5tf ' HAWTHORNE INN On the Boston Post Road Under new management and making specialty of A La Carte Orders. Special Dinners, Suppers, Luncheons and General Service of a first class res taurant and buffet. Phone 94 Westpow. MRS. JOHN FIRE. Owner and Manager H 27 tf THE HOTEL ATLAS GRILL ROOM For Ladies and Gentlemen is VE DON'T EXPECT you to com to us to buy on the score of small prices alone. The point we want to emphasise Is that little prices and honest reliable groceries and meats go together In this store. . " , JOHN B. SULLIVAN, East T O V LmiSUlM a AND QUICK NCri - Mrs. T,omUnon, Prop STEAKS CHOPS, OYSTERS, ETC. REGULAR DINNERS. . SUNDAY DINNERS A SPECLILTY. Opp. Smith's Theatre. Always Opert' R. A- Helman's MARKET, BEEF, VEAL AND NATIVE VEGETABLES. ' phone. 293 COLEMAN STREET V SAMUEL JACOB Established 1898 SCRAP IRON, METALS & Telephine 439-4 RANDALL'S O. K. RESTAURANT STEAKS. CHOPS AND RAREBITS ' ' Open Day and Night .258 State Street, TABLES RESERVED FOR LADIES ' ' - WANT ADVS. ONE BICYCLES and SPORTING GOODS Headquarters for FOOTBALL and' POLO GOODS Liberty Liberty Special and Bridgeport Bicycles J. L. BLOOMER, Manager office Phone, 2378. ' 9 Troubles the Liver with full directions E'S DAIRV 130 STATE ST: Six Si.. AVON PARK BEST OF BEER ON DRAUGHT MILLER, Prop. , ; t' 17. tf Dealer In all kinds of Live Stock and Inter national Endless Apron Manure Spreader. Agent for Swift Lowell BVrtillawr. v STRATFORD, CONN. H30 tf RUPPHRTS BEER ON. DRAUGRT Imported Lager. 717 WATER STREET Thoroughly Renovated' and Refitted , to 2:30. Edw. Farrell, Prop J. A. WELLS, Mgr. . .City Service. . . Call 9 a; in;- to p. m. Orders by phone 137b Office 268 State' Street. H li sS the Delmonico of Bridgeport Main and Steuben St. 4' JACOB JACOB BRASS FOUNDRY WASTE 55 KOSSUTH STREET II24 tf CENT A WORD. Factory, , 153 John SUi "''':.' ' "