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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1908.
NEW HAVEN'S MOST RELIABLE STORE 4 PERSONAL NOTES. This Morning We Begin The Selling of The Auction SILKS THE SILK VALUES OF THE YEAR HAVE. COME It has been eight years since The Phoenix M'f? Co has offered any of its worthy goods at auc tion, so we jumped at the chance to get a share of the 6.000 pieces that went on S3le Thursday last. Of course we bought the Sifks Way Under Their Real value, else we'd not bought so heavily and we've marked them close to the And Jon margin because THEY MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE. TJte kinds include the stylish Black fiaured Luisine and Taffetas, and plain black and colored Taffetas. Miss Bertha E. Xiles. daughter of Attorney and Mrs. Pitt Xiles. js at the home of her parents in Fair Haven for a few days. Miss Mae Clancey of Schenectady. X. V.. has returneilto her home after a pleasant ,visit n ;th Mrs, John .P., Grady of 104 Columbus avenue. Miss Clara Sessler of this city who has been visiting friends In Waterbury has returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Frailer are vis iting relatives in Meriden. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gillis of 194 Norton street are rejoicing over the birth of a boy ' yesterday morning, weighing nine pounds. It is her first chid. Mr. Gillis is the vice president of the Ezra D. Fogg company. Miss Margaret Murphy of Bridgeport spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Al bert Kirko of this cltv. -LOT 1- -LOT 3- -LOT 5- LOT 7 White and Colored Taffeti. 32 Inch Black Dress Taffe- Black Brocade. Luisine. rich Black Peau-de-s o i e, 27 all the most asiced-for plain ta, "warranted to wear" is and handsome for dresses inches wide. An impressive colors wine. navy. Rreen and stamped on every yard. and waists. rich quality, the like. 85c standard price. $1-00 the standard price. $1.00 the standard prxe. $1.25 Standard price 49ctsaYard 79ctsaYard 69ctsaYard , 8?ctsaYard -LOT 2- . LOT 4- -LOT 6- -LOT 8- 21 Inch Black Dress Taffe- Black yard wide suparfine Black Figured Taffeti. most Yard wide Black Peau-de- ta ' strong and lustrous, 85cts Taffeta, a splendid $1.25 effective for waists and gowns sb'e. soft and elegantly lus- is the stand ird price. standard silk. $1.25 the standird price. trcus. $1.50 standard price. 59ctsaYard 89ctsaYard' 79ctsaYard $1.10 a Yard Women's and Children's Blouses and Blouse Sweaters The "Mirked Down" rule is general as we give out this news on Misses' and Womens Blouse Sweaters; ChildreVs and Misses, $1 Blouse Sweaters. Reduced to 69cts. Misies' $1.4? Sweaters. Rsduced to 98cts. Women's $1.25 and $1.38 Golf Vests. Reduced to 95cts Women's Imported Blouse and Coat Sweaters, $3.93 and (4.50 quality. $2.98 A Sale of Black Silk Stockings $1.98 Pr Very fine spui silk, hand embroidered Stockings in black, an end lot, so we've reduced them to clear quick; worth from $2.75, $3.25 and 13.75. to $1.98 a Pair. BSSRSSmB 1111 iTw " i.-HT I". -iH.i.1:'" , . .LUJJWCT "As Is" China Sale J That means end-lots and clean-ups; J "As Is" and Odd China, all slightly imper fect and odd pieces of Bric-a-brac and Glassware; Vases, China Chocolatte Pots, Cracker Jars, formerly $1.50 to $2.50. Your choice Cake Plates, Salad Bowls, Vases, formerly at from 75etsto $1.50 Your choice Odd Plates, Eowls, Cups and Soucers, former ly at from 25cts to 75cts. Your choice Lot of Odd Saucers, China Cups, Sherbet Glass as and so on, formerly lOcts to 25cts. Choice 50cts 25cts lOcts 3cts BASEMENT BARGAINS 100 Good quality Clothes Pins, fori 7 Rolls Purity Toilet Paper, for . 3 Cans Old Dutch Cleanser, for . Sets, 25cts 25cts Slightly Damaged Trunks Reduced Fifteen Trunks, slightly scratched or marred, worth from $5.50 to $7.00 ' Any Trunk in the lot $4.50 J Women's Best Rubbers, for 49cts a Pair Children's Rubbers, with re-inforced heels, 55c and 60c Pr Laces and Embroideries Pretty Point-de- Paris Laces with insertions to match, 2 to 8 inch widths. 5c to 12)c Yd And every yard is worth nearly double what we ask you to pay. 27 Inch Flouncing with 5 inch insertion to match; $1.00 Flouncing 6c Yard 75c Insertions 49c Yard Very Fine Wool Vests The last word of a lot of the famous Fure wool Ziaamer li Jersey Ribbed Vests in nat ural and white, long and short sleeves reduced from $2.50 to 98cts Each. , And Pure Swiss Wool Vests in white and natural, long and short sleevis.' sold at from 89c, $1.25 and $1.50 to 59cts Vanity Books 25cts i ' ; A lot of Walrus and S e a 1 Leather Vanity Books in grey brown and black, in per ect condition. 50c and 75c Van ity Books, to clear 2lcts George T. Dalgle. formerly of the Ad ams & Markle Co.. Is the new manager for Wray & Co., at their Xewall street store. J. Jacobson of 207 Congress avenue has returned from an enjoyable visit with friends in Springfield, having had the pleasure of meeting his consin;IMi ick, lor the nrst time in- torty-two years. -. - ., Mr. and Mrs. George Farley of Bridgeport are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Morrissey in this city. TRAVELERS' GUIDE. TRAVELERS GUIDE. CtoriAic TVT V Str rST H T.inp w Lai in oil. x sjv ' - ' i . , DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY. ljeiV I OW PASSKM.ER AU FREIGHT SEnVKE I 1 l-eaves New Haven 9:m p. in.. Stann lPW ridVetl Pier, foot of Brown Street. - Leave i 2 . . New York 9:rt p. m.. Cortlandt btreer. Pier No. 13. X. R. Fare Toe., excursion tickets 11.25. Rooms SI. Take Chap el Street cars o Brewery street. C. H. FISHER. A'i. Se Haven, C onn. Around Porto Rieo & Hartford 1 Railroad. JAM AR Y 0, 1D0S. ( a .iiv.,..i ihM Mki' cruise from New York to and around the Island of Porto Rico, topping t all interesting poinU. Luxurious iteamert furnish boiel accommodations for entire trio. 8peeial tourist rat, which In udMVerpens.41iaWriit.foMlluitrated booklet, alUnis, etc, to Th; H.wjro!1 and Porto Jtlco Steamnblp Co., 12 Broad way. N. V.. or Sweezey e Keisey, lit Church street. New Haven. Conn. . SCHOOLEY GUILTY OP FORGERY. Scranton. Pa., Jan. 29. The jury In the Schooley-Crawford will- contest to day declared the paper presented ' by Georgo B.' Schooley as the last wll) of James L. Crawford, the millionaire coal operator, to be a forgery, fn their opinion. They found in favor of Mrs. Crawford, the widow, and her son, to who i)i the property was left by Mr. Crawford. More than f 1, 000,000 wa3 in volved in the contest. ... - Thomas Killcen In Meriden who has been visiting friends has . returned home. Mr. and Mrs. James Bracken of Wa terbury have returned home from a via it with friends In this city. j DAVID C- HEATH OEADfih. ' at Veteran Publisher Suffers Stroke Age of Sixty-four.-v i !, Boston, Jan. 29. Daniel C.! Heath, head of the publishing house of D.' C. Heath & Co., died at his home in Newtonvllle last night, as a result of a stroke of apoplexy. While -'Mr. Heath had suffered a slight attack of the same disease in December last and had been in rather poor health since that time, he had been able to go to his office dally,- and was there until B p. m., yesterday. Mr. Heath was born In Salem, Me., , sixty-four years ago. He was graduated from Amherst col lege in 1868. PASSENGER WRECK OX B. AND' A. Cheshire, Mass., Jan. 29. A passen ger train from Plttsfleld for North Adams, over the Boston and Albany railroad, ran into an open switch about a mile south of Cheshire depot to-day and collided with a number of freight cars. Th engine and hag gage car of the passenger, train , w,er badly, damaged. .;r BURGLARS OVERRUN HARTFORD Hartford, 'Jan. 29. Four more burglaries were attempted at the South End of the city last night. This makes ten in that section In a week. CUTS INTO ESTATE T Claimant Demands Large Slice of Fortune Left by C. J. Root, of Bristol. ART TOR ART'S SAKE. Interesting of Thai Old $66,100 DUE ON STOCK DEAL Estate of Automobile Accident Victim Is Valued at But Sl'5,000. Bristol, Jan. 29. -County Commission er Robert A. Potter, administrator of the estate of the late C. J. Root, who was one of the victims of 'kppn interest. Discussion Phrase. ( Contributed.) To the uninitiated the phrase, "Aft for Art's Bake," has been impressively rolled forth and awakened but little understanding. People do not care for aphorisms to them unexplained or not understandable. It was quite refresh ing and revived one's Intellectual self respect to hear from Mr. Richard Burton, who spoke before the Saturday Morning club recently,, that a reat ! thinker and writer like Bernard Shaw pricks, so to speak, that overworked bubble for euphonious phrases. !An lother view point Is to be presented In a lecture by Howard Glbbs to be Riven ! In Baltimore next month, his version iheing "Art for Life's Sake." The hour during which the Saturday Morning club listened to Mr. Burton was full of Being well versed and the automobile accident at Ashley enthusiastic In his suhject, the pre Falls. Mass., on August 18, 1MT. has 'scntation of G. Bernard Shaw's work applied to Judge R. S. Newell, of the '8nd ambitions rouses an Intelligent re probate court, for a commission to act Isponse from his audience and gave to on claims against ths estate. them a wise Judgment of the great One claim, which is the cause of the jthinker. action, is brought by John Berkin, of The magazine habit had a light but Butte, Mont., against the estate for ,rell deserved thrust from Mr. Burton, S8S.100. Berkin puts his claim under whose scholarly and brilliant address two heads, as follows: First. Advice, services, disburse ments and expenses, and also a shire In the profits of the purchase and sale of North Butte Mining company stock in 1905 $40,600. Second. Advice, services, disburse ments and expenses In the purchase Vas enlivened by several bits of hu- SEAVER CONDITION RAD. nior. No great work or movement Is ever of mushroom growth. Twenty years ago Shaw wrote the plays given vogue here by Arnold Daly within the last few seasons. In the meantime Shaw brought himself Into notice by his revo- and sale of Amalgamated Copper stock (jtionary and socialistic writings and in 1906. Also special damages result- i conduct, speaking like "a motley with ing from the sale of said stock, con- cap and bells," on the tail of a cart to trary to the contract, in relation to Its fuddled crowds In the streets of Lon- purchase, holding and Bile, entered In- Idon. to between the said parties $25,500. Whether or not one thoroughly e.n The estate is valued at about $175,000. ;dorses Shaw to the uttermost, Mr. Bur The commission, it is expected, will iton calls attention to one great fact, be appointed in a few days. Attorney that the blazing and remarkable Irieh Newell Jennings will represent the jman makes us think. Mental activity claimant and Judge A. Pec$ the estate. Is not at a premium In the masses. j One who can rouse the gray matter of a hetoregeneous oublic. is one who ac celerates the world's progress and Shaw is the man who finds his great est Joy in this effort, having as tonal i article of his creed the wonderful brotherhood of all mankind. To him it is a glorious duty to aid the world's development and advance ment. Keith Saint John. Caving In I nder Railroud Tracks at Station. I A sensational discovery haa been made by Superintendent of Sewers Joseph J. Mnlvey, in regard to the Meadow street sewer. The discovery relates to that part of the sewer which runs under the rail road p?operty west f the station.' The superintendent discovered that at least twenty-seven feet of the sewer directly under the railroad tracks has caved in and but for the timely dis covery a serious wreck might have occurred.' The sewer runs along Meadow street and then Into and across the railroad property and thence Into the harbor. That part of the sewer which runs under the tracks was found to be fall ing in at a rapid rate, evidently caused by the weight and Jar of the trains passing over It. Tuesday Superintendent Mulvey, ac companied by Assistant Engineers Jackson and Kellogg and Civil Engin eer Ellingsworth of the, railroad com pany, went down Into the sewer and made a thorough inspection. They all told the superintendent afterwards that he had in nowise overestimated the true situation. The situation was found to be exceedingly dangerous and the need of prompt action was necessary. KAISER GRILLS TROOPERS. Berlin, Jan. 29.-Empcror William to day reviewed the first regiment of the guards at Potsdam, and after the men had marched past his majesty took the regiment In hand personally and drill ed it for an hour.' At the conclusion of these exercises Emperor William pass ed along lri front of each company, picking out and questioning individual recruits on various subjects, but prin cipally concerning German history. The recruits showed ignorance of the subject. AN ADMIRAL FOR TWO DAYS. . Washington, D. C, Jan. 29. The unique experience of having the rank of a read admiral on the active list for two days has fallen to the lot of Rear Admiral Leiavltt C. LoRan, command ant of the Pensacola navy. He was confirmed a rear admiral by the senate yesterday and will be retired to-morrow and his been given permission to go abroad. JEWELERS. Diamond Jewelry should bo thor oughly Inspected by an expert. Many Diamonds arc lost through the settings wearing thin, and they become loose Our charges for repairing and re. mounting Diamonds arc moderate, and our work Is llrst-clnss. CHURCH Cleaning-Up Before Inventor j NEW mi -in il).i0, a. IU, li;uj. "1:25. . 2:0i. '114:24 4:35. -:03. b.ia. . lit .HP .... " - . SunUa)s-'4;Z0,-. 4:o, x7;b. :3, x:10, 'o-.ii, "cui 2;ai 4:45. 8:4. li:l :Oi, FOH xo.oo. s:4o, 6:44,' ' 111. a. 4:35, !:')3, :2u a. U1, or U asking ion via Harleia Rlvrr p. uv, night, daily. or Utuioa ,i UurUord uud Willi, muniii' iu.u7. a. m.. M.uS p. m. for UoaltiB via Svvt Luudum a ad T.: :. M:ZU. :. iu.i. i:ua, ij. in. Sundavs 'jl:2u. ij:uo. 'Z.bti, t:o.. 'i ub a. ui, p. m. lor U:il. sUSfe Marine Record. GRXEHAL SHIP1MXG XEWs New York, Jan. 29. Sailed: Steamers Adriatic, Southampton; Astoria, Glas gow; orar waiciersee, Hamburg; Molt- ke, Naples, etc.;' Petersburg, Llbau; Zeeland, Antwerp. 1 Lizard, Jan. 29. Steamer Majestic, New York for Plymouth, Cherbourg and Southampton, 257 miles west at 6:4a; a. m.; ,wlll probably reach Ply mouth 9 p. m. i Fastnet, Jan.- 29. Passed: Steamer Ivernla, Boston for Queenstown and Liverpool. Southampton, aJn. 29 Sailed: Steam- er Oceanic, New via Cherbourg and Queenstown.- ' Gibraltar, Jan. 29'. Passed: Steamer Reginald d'ltalla. New York for Nades and Genoa. . , , Bremen, Jan. 27. Arrived: Steamer SeydllU, New York; 28th. Kronpriii aessln Cecllle, New York via Plymouth and Cherbourg. 1 . Note: l lie reported arrival of steam er Kronprinzessln Cecllle, Cherbourg 2Sth at 3 p. m., was an error. Date should have been 27th. London. Jan. 29. Arrived: Philadelphia!!, Boston. flume, Jan. 28. sailed: Caronla. New. York. Liverpool, Jan. 2S. Sailed: Sylvania, Boston. . ... . Malta,. Jan, 28. Passed: Oostua via bprlngaeM 1:10, i.u a. in.. -1 '4 :i n m 'ur Hurtford, KprluKticid, fclc 1:1' xl:iu, '1:4a, S;l). '4:U5. x5:0, S:4 tto Haitfcru'i. 7:lo. xa:lu. ,:ia l ni fundaya i-im, xS.oo, xu:4 a. a:., 1.45. t,.4li, 7.10. X8.U. x;i!i p. m. r Mew l.ouaou, ic.. i.'vf 2:Si 7:4.. 11:13, viu ba.vtiookj, . 1111:4, a. m 'IU.42." '3:55. ":u, r.T :d0 6-1. 6:to tto baybrook), b:4i, 'coS. 11:30, uo Saybiookl. a. 12 Ma, 2;aB, 4,53, 7:05 p.m. . , f or nidaietuna, Wlllliuaatlc, Etc.-! r.so a. m., 12:6s. o;02, p. m. Sundr.ya-1 'For Sitelliurne Fallj, Etc. 7:44 a. m 12:20 (lo New Hartfori). 4:01. 5:54 c m. uo Westtieldj For Waterbur? 6:50 (via Naugatuj junction), 11:00, y:M a. nl . ID, I .111. 11:40 D. in. Sur lav. 7 11:15 a. in.. 6 45. 11:60 p. nv or loi;d (i:5i) (via, Nau-atuc uu.ivi.iuiw. , n:a2 a., ni., jS:6, - 6:4 itJ p in. Bunuays S:25 a. m i.i Px in. . , . i'tBelU and Intermediate Folai to ui ii.-ep rii, :33 a. m iM (via iSridgcpert) 4:0D p, m. , Sunday-I i.an tvia iiriagcport) a. m. ' i I'Or l.lUlinPlll '! ?, a Bi 1-flK ii rt' Rnnrttii'c 7.KC r. 'u ' . - -r" He (VIa oi iijyepyrii a. pi. Express trains. xLocal express. llParlor car limited. W. G. DlEIil), F c. COLEV, uea. suiit. Ami. Gen. I'ui. As Steamer Steamer Steamer Steamer Montrose. Manila.1 etc.. for Boston and New York.1 .1 Hamburg,. Jan. . 29. Arrived:. Steam er Bluecher, New York via Plymouth and Cherbourg. oueenstown, Jan. 29 Arrived: Steam er- Jverla. Boston for Liverpool (and proceeded). Genoa, Jan. 28. Sailed: Steamer Europa, New York. 1 I ' ' , , v NEW LONDON MARINE NOTES I New liOndon. aJn. 29. Arrived: Rev enue cutters Dexter and Mohawk; tugs Gypsum King with two barges from east; Frederick E. Ives with two barges from west. l ' In port: Tug W. E. Gladwish .with tow. .. ,:. ... . We have separated from the balance of our stock a goodly number of pieces on which we will make large reductions from regular prices. Included in them are some ! Go-Carts, etc., dumped in there Easy Money Always Talks. January is bargain time with us because on January 1st we "take stock" and all the other days try to turn the stock into Cash. ' ! Often many of our most de sirable pieces are brought to light at stock-taking, too late1 for regular trade, and so they are landed in "Bargainapolis," our Furniture Bargain Counter. A lot of Children's Carriages, HAMBURG-AMERICAN REGULAR SAILINGS ,BY STEAD MODERN, LUXURIOUS,. LEVIATHA.N London Paris Hamburo Amerika.. . . Jan,;.J) I'Pennsyivan.-FeH P.Llncoln. . .Feb. 1 iKalserln-l .Feb. GIBRALTAR-NAPLES-GENO Hamburg,. .Feb. 15 Ocesna Apr! iiamDurg. . mar. ai MOtiKt. . ...APr. Company's Office, 33-37 Brouiinay. Jr. TRAVELERS' CHECKS' ISSUED. Sweezey & Keisey, I02 Church I M. Zunder & Son, 249 Stato street: J. Parish & Co., 88 Orange street; Bish & 1:0., 135 orange street; H. Eussm ,"1 Orange Btreet. Couiuaaula Geuvrule Ulrrct iine tu lUVkK Salllnir ever? THUHSDA mom FRENCH LINE. .s'lrauatlaaUa' SPAKJA rn ;verr inuHeuAi, 111 a. m. Pier 42; North River.;; ,, .New fork.: ,1,1 na .......1 Jan I t .' r- v. I Vouraln La Savole .,,, Fel La Lorraine . 1. :..:.Feh La Bretagne ...,;..;. ... . .' Feb La Touralne ..... 1 . . , ,-; , : , ; Feb La Savole , ..-Marc Twin-screw ateameri. Apply to French L11 e. 1 State St., N. or swewej' s neisey, uz cnurcn Bishop Co., 113 Orange Pt. , Parian Co.. I Oraosa t -,,-l . 25 d3yS; WEST INDIES $1 i from lAMIIARV 9KL week' N. Y. nnwnin .will, (herea( by DfinT Ctnomni-ri' 'of superb I IIII4 OlCmilGIO toil Itineraries Include Fortune- Isl Port Antonio, Kingston; Savanllla. tagena. Port Llmon (San ' Jose; CI Rica), Colon. Kingston, Fortune, Is! New York. Cunt Includes Dill side 1 tntcrnom accummodatloa aad me Tn UUtiPl .nluttOnnd iiponewa;. 111 jnmwua "!J72 and up round tr Special Tours Including hotel and cr expenses, 03 up; B days' Aufl mobile tours in Jamaica. Hamburg-AmeHcan Lj 35-37 dhoadw ay, nr. t, For local agents see other adver menu WEST indies r;r CASTOR I A Por Infaats and Children. tha Kind You Hays A!?ays Bought Bears tha Signature of "We got rid of our aches and ails by changing from coffee to POSTUM "There's a Reason." BIRBABIE CASE TO Jl'RY. YV!lllmant! Jan 23 Arguments in the case of Najeeb Birbsrie, the Syrian peddler, who Is charged with the mur der of his wife by carbolic acid poison ing, at their home, in the Fall nf lsnfi, were completed late to-day. When th? court opens to-morrow the charge to the Jury will e delivere Flowering Plants, Cinerarias and Cyclamen, 35c and 5oc. WHITE ROMANS AND TULIPS IN BLOOM. Fresh Cut Flowers in Great Profusion. Funeral Designs a Specialty. goods that we are going out of patterns of silver we are to discontinue and some articles that are slightly shop-worn. . There are also many staple articles that we have seen for a year and want to say good-bye to, as well as others that per haps we bought too freely. Taken all in all,1 the' stock 'we offer affords splendid purchas ing at great savings. . Every article carries the full Monson guarantee. THE FRANK S. PLATT CO. 350-356 STATE STREET. NEW HAVEN, CONN. Monson s Jewelry Store. 857-859 Chapel St. this week. Easy money for every one of them. lonrt .in ; Smmd I'lBita a,-- -Spij Trinidad, e a, Wind lalnnds, etc. 12 to S3 Daya 900 ta Ilustrated booklet on request ; Atrato Feb. I Oroya .Mia "Tagus" Marli 21st. Lnxurlona Steamera of ft, OOO lol THE ROYAL MAIL STEAM PACKET SANDERSON & SON, 22 State 6 FOSTER DEBEVOISE. Flatlron Bishop & Co., 18 orange., t Sw.eeiey & Keisey. 102 Church, atr Brown & Durham Compie'e House Furnishers. Orange and Center Sis 0LLAND-AMER1CA LI NEW VORK ROTTERDAM, via 1011IVG SaiitnPK VVeduesdavsas irsai)ii!C li RDUiiEU CABIN RATES 1st Cabin. fRO and up.. 2d rablal Twin-Sorew Steamers of 12,500 $ NOORHAM Feb. 5, Afar. 11. At STATENDAM. .Feb 12, Mar. 18, A! RYNUAM Feb. 2, Mar. 31, I N. AMSTERDAM, Mar. 25. A Dr. 29 KOTSDAM.-. Apr. 8. May 13. -Jti Holland-Amrrira l.lae, S D ffir, Or Local Agent Va'entines and Valentine Post Cards at J. A. McKEE'S. 930 CHAI'U 4 BROOCHES. We are now showing a most com pleto line or brooches, especially la the ! dainty euainel aud eeuii-prcclous stones. . I The early pureimper lias the best variety to choose from. 788 Chapel Street. NEW HAVEN. CT Booklovers Take Notice 'A Clearance Sale t Fine Editions of Standard Authors at Greatly reduced prices List on Application EDWIN C. HILL COMPANY PabUshera aad Importer 437 Fifth Aveane, Kew Terk, fc.tCW nriVCIl I jSjaassM rUtlsoiTH aau wei STEAMER RICHARD PECH Freai New Havta Lave Bell. daily except Alondaye 1:30 a. id r'nm New York Lctve Pier 2- Rlver. foot Reck Slip, i:O0 p. nM except SunjHys. Time between! Haven and New York about f ve f Tickets and stateroom at BleW; Co.'s, IfS Orange street also itt Dock end on fiteaaier. t C1EO. C BLACK. Aeent. Nerf H:J F. C COLFY. Oen. Pss Art- r i Going South This Winter? If so, erranse for your rtat berths and slcrping-tar cc, dations, and purchase your of the old. reliable firm of Iii Co 183-185 Orange Street. ' r Baggage checked from res to destination. Also direct agentt for all pean lines. 1