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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1908.
Special New Year's Dinner will bo served at the New Tontine Mote! , Cor. Church and Court Sts. To-night New Year's Eve 9 to 1 2 o'clock Special Orchestra for Evening Tables may be reserved by 'phone 1033 GEO. T. WHITE, Prop'r CHURCH SUED BY FORMER PASTOR Rov. U. Do Hart Culick Asks Fifteen Hundred Dollars from Waterbury Church for Bad; Salary. KAUFMAN WINS hi DUE UNDER AGREEMENT Kxl'rriichor nt Third CniiKri'Eiitloiml rlniri'h Wants Money Wlmt I ho fieri Says About tlio Mutter, IRYE NEW YEARS 1 Celebration Planned in b Clubs of the City To-night. ARE ALL RESERVED ,'ro)erous ' IIurMiiKer of Cum- iig Yeiir Observed for Many Seasons. church, will ri-:ul a (story "Afterward" l' l:ui Mai liircn. Holy communion will bo adminis tered at midnight. A special watch nlKlit service In the Hamderi Plains Methodist church will ln held Thursday owning ndiictnl by Harry J. Hlues. the fdiiKin evan gelist. The service will open at 8 o'clock by a sons service, folio tved by n. social hour, when coffee imd sand wiches will be served by ladles of the church. At !:U0 Mr. nines will give n. picture sermon by his stereoitlcon with beautiful picliires be has nmdi, upon a screen. Knnn II o'clock the devotional hour, a rare treat, will he furnished, and It l.i Imped a Inofo au dience will respond. celebration of New Year's eve fit promises to be tho most gn- ln the history of the city. The bnlplaok club, the Union League, Cnlghts of St. Patrick and tho Elks dan entertainments and have olter- upen house to the public. bsldes the entertainments In the Be there will be various services in churches. The list follows: f'here will be no mldnlKht service at I'tnlty church this year. On N'ew .ar's morning there will be a colebra- nf tha Holv Communion at 11 llll'IC DllltlM lit rllHut. rlinreli There will be no service at Christ chtWch this evening. The chimes how- -- - .ni ,. ..V, .... 1 V, - r. ... V M.I.K selections suitable for the occasion. The first selection will be "Oh Ood Our Help in Ages l'ast," and tho last "Atild Lang Pyno." fin New Year's morning the services at Christ church will be as follows: 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion: in n. m., morning prayer; 10:30, Holy Com munion, with sermon by the itev. II. L. Dawson. Watch Night Meeting. some of tho churches tO-nlRht, but uv u 1 1 i nn. ta ntt VAn.r. aa nu 01 ax bi. r .nu s I'piscopai rnnrcn, cor- n i-.unMni ...... . . i . . - u i . . .. IIIIIUIKUL nt' IIL'H Will I'll Ill IIII'MCn .11 1:10 and win last one hour. There in un fuh'ih munii? tiurinir. inn ipr. ice ana a soon nnnress ny tne itev. ames uewoir rerrv. lr.. nnstor of the churrh. It Is posslblo that the bell will be rung at 12 o'clock, although this has not been positively decided. At the First Methodist Episcopal" church 'the services will begin at 9 o'clock and lust through the midnight hour. The service proper will have some special music nnd n, short ser mon by the Rev. Harold K. Wilson, pastor of Enworth M. R. church. This service will bo followed by the "Con cert of Promises" arranged for tho imung people of the church, at which verses will be recited and the Rev. Francis T. Brown, pastor of the ......................... TTTtTtTTT" TTTTTTTTTTTTTtT Grady Furniture Company ATTRACT FIT. SHOWING NEW DESIGNS IN WILLOW AND REED CHAIRS. OF REPUBLICANS MAKE SLATE I. K. Jacobs Xiuncfl for President of Aldermen. At a meeting at which nil but one. of the members of the republican mi nority of the. board of aldermen were present a slatei w;is agreed upon for the unices of the board whici are. to bn voted for next Monda night. The purpose of the .slate, It was stilted last night, Is not in the belief that any of those named would be elected but simply to preserve the organization of the republican group. It Is probably that a forma! runcus will he called for next Monday night just- before the meeting of the board at which the slate will be formally adopted as rnn.d? :ji .it th" t.i. .,-v.i.iu ! Just been held. This Is the slate which his been agreed upon: Pr sident ,, Ki-wtn Jacobs of the Tenth ward. Assistant city clerk A. Oswald Pallman. .Page Haw ley W. Lincoln. Member of finance board Frank If. Belden, Jr of the Thirteenth. Special tax commissioner Unmet Rerman, aid erman-nt-large. Waterbury, Pee. HO.- That suit for Jl.reiO for back salary that has been Instituted by tho Rev. IT. de Hurt Gn llcli against the Third Congregational church, of. which ho was formerly pas tor .was Yidinll'led to-day by .Samuel V. Chapnitin, the clerk of tho church. Mr. Chapman hit J a few remarks to niakn concerning1 the claim. Ho said that ho didn't belteve Mr. Uullek could collect more than $150, If, Indeed, he could collect t lint. Moreover, In case the church paid the money over, Mr, (Jullck'S creditors could ship at tachments on It without delay. Mr. Cliarmun declared a local grocer Is waiting for a cbaneo to get at Mr. ! ul lok'B back pay, and that he under Ktunds that the former pastor even owe for tho car tickets hti used In iliilng to and limn the chureli. Mr, Chapman thinks If. a pllirul situation, bill lie doesn't believe the church Is obliged to pay anything. Tho suit is brought hv Attorney V. G. Chureli fur Mr. Uullek and Attorney 1.. V. Uurpee Iiiih been retained by ihe rliorch. Tim churi.li olllclals under st.it.d thai Mr. Uullek has appointed .l.iiiu Henderson, Jr., n his ae.eiit in the matter, and Unit It Is Mr. Hender son who Is really bringing the suit. The churrh paid Mr. Uullek S1 a tnon.h, giving 1 1 1 it i a cheek for $12. .'0 every week, luring his pastorate lie was here only fiein Friday night to Monday morning, according to Mr. Ch.i pinaii, the rest of the. time boliirf engaged in the real estate business In New Verk, where bis son Is the head of a large real estate concern. The suit Is understood to bn based on n an alleged vote taken by the Tlhrd chinch 10 pay Mr. Uullek a subsUntiiil vim in addition to the. $50 monthly, when the church catne Into possession of a certain legacy amounting to near ly IIK.umi. 'I'lils legacy has been paid over to the church. The suit Is the niiteiiine of a bitter fight over I lie control of the church, In which John Henderson, Jr., lost. Mr. Hond'ci ion thereupon resigned from the church, not spiritually, for he Is still considered a good Congregatlonn.l- Ist. according to Mr. Chapman,, but from tile church as a business propo sition. Mr. Henderson, according to the church clerk, wanted to run tho elinrih on a two-fold basis, the church pint making up one department and the business end another, Just as Is done In tho First and Second churches. Mr. Ilinderson lost the fight anil his resignation followed. Tin; ease will not come up for sev eral months. Tin- annual luei'ling of the ohurch will take place on Friday evening. Til lies Slow mill Amateurish Fight Tl i li t -1 1 1 nl 1 1 Itonnd, I, on Aiii',eei, I lee. .It.---Flush: Kaufman ulna In !!!Hh round, I .os Angeles, I ice. :io FnM sparring niarlicd (ho first round with Hurry do ing most of thn leading and landing uiosr blows. IAI the end of the fourth round Kauf man was blooding al. the mouth from many bard blows delivered by Harry. Hoth se.uneil rlrong, , Al Ihe end of ihe seventh round both men were jiirong and Kaufman was getting better. Harry had Kaufman all but nut at the end of the eighth round. He land ed a ti-rrlile right on ihe no;e that daz ed Kaufman and followed a moment later with u. ruin of rights and lefts to the face thai rendered Kaufman very groggy, Kiiul'inau ennm up a little (troggy In tho ninth. The leiilh whs marked by continual clinching. II was a very idow light up lo the fifteenth, nnd little class was shown either by Kaufman or Harry, Kauf man suffered nearly all Ihe damage. Fp to the twenty- first round It was solw and uninteresting fighting. .At limes II wns amateurish. Kaufman showed little cleverness nt any tlme, Neither man hud suffered much dam ago at the nd of the twenty-first. LUSITANIAS OF THE AIR WIFE CANNOT TESTIFY I'.llher for or Ajriiinst Uubiim!, Is Decision In Mglit.-ltldcr Case. Union City, Trim., Dec. SO. The question of whether a wife can testi fy for her husband was raised to-day In the trials of the eight alleged night. riders for the murder of Copt, Run ken, and tho court ruled that under the laws of Tennessee, a wife could not testify for or against her hus band. Kvldeiice Introduced to-day made It evident that half the Reelfoot. Lake population spent tho night of the murder with the other half. The state not only admits this, but. will offer additional proof to substantiate It, lint the state's theory varies from that of the defense. The .state contends that the various main heads of fami lies, knowing that tic y were going out. to kill Ttiitilun and Taylor that night, look their wives to the houses of friends In order that tho women might not be left alone In the lonely lake homes. CLARK SEES TAFT Editor of the Hartford Courant Confers With the Pres. ident-Elect. REAL ESTATE. HILL FOR THE SENATE Mr laft Will Not Interfere No MiiIih Advisable lit Present, Time In South. I'Hl't Pays thn Hartford Times In regard to the senatorial contest between Sen ator Hrnudegeo and Congressman R. J. Hill: "The reported effort of Mr. Clark to Interest Mr. Tat't In tho Connentl i 'ii t senatorial contest Is a suggestive commentary on this extract from an editorial In this morning's Courant: '.I fa one of the habits of Connecticut proverbially the hint! of steady habits lo choose her United Ptates senutors for herself. That Is pre-eminently her own business.' " ITALY'S APPEAL TO IMMIGRANTS EVERIT ESTATE $29,000 Former Merchant's Inventory Filed In Probate Court, An Inventory was filed In the pro. bMo court yesterday nfternrton In the estate of the late Richard M. Kverlt, for years n well known merchant of UI." rltV Ths ln.',.loew ehrtTvu the total value of tho estato to be $50, -IOti.14. if this almost all consists of real estate In Whitney avenue, which accounts for $2S.10. There Is $SO0 marked as personal and cash of $206. 14, which brings tin total named above. The appraisers of the estate are David Paggi tt nnd .lames J. Law Inn, An Inventory was filed also yester day for the eslnle of Frank 15. l.evlne. The value Is set as S1.SS7.92. The ap praisers wore h'ranels (1. Anthony and ( isborne A. I inv. ?..n,nnn.nno Acrlnl Navigation Com pntiy Forming In Ww York. Now York, Dec. ,10. -Announcement was made today of the proposed or ganization of the Aerial Navigation company of America, with principal of- . I VON BERNST0RFF RECEIVED Sew fiorman Ambassador 1 Virtually Presented to Prciilenl. Washington, iee. "0. Cordial expres. slons of good ftellng were exchanged between President lloosevelt nnd Count '.., 1 1.. ,-,i c, mi'IV I l. ,w. ttr flr-rinnn u,v- flces In New York city and a capital Of; l,ns.,,lr 'who 'wns formttllv nresenterl lloosevelt this afternoon at the 1 louse. $.r;0,000,0i)fi0. Thurlow Weed Harnes, known in connection with large Chin ese railway operations, Is to i presi dent of tli" new company and Lewis Nixon, the well known shipbuilder, Is to serve as chief engineer nnd superin tendent of construction. Other men of prominence, It Is slated are Interested In tlie company. Tho company propones to build air ships 700 feet or more In length, with a diameter of about R0 feet with accom modation for at; least 100 people. to of 1015 CHAPEL STREET, Opposite Osborn Hall. KING'S BOND PROBED Sureties Pchliifl $25,000 Hull Nil In" Ho Worth Only .$lfl,000. Boston, T)ec. T10. Investigation tho security behind the original ball of Cnrdenlo F. Tflng, financial agent, who was convicted yesterday of (he larceny of $2.r,000 from customers, was ordered to-dny by Judge Sehn fleld. of the superior court. Assistant, District Attorney Dwyer fo-dny renew ed a request, made last night, when the Jury reported a verdict, of gnllly, for an Increase In King's ball, pend ing an appeal by Ihe defense. He In formed (he court to-dav that, he had reason to believe that, the sureties be hind the original bull were worth only $10,000 Instead of $25,000, as called for In the bond. ITo said that, one of tho sureties wns J. A. Holmes, a, clerk In King's nlfloe. An Investi gatlon was ordered. THE CANDY SHOP 29 Church St. Try a cup of our Hot Chocolate with whipped and wafers the best in the City for Sets. Our Ice Cream is absolutely pure 20 cents per pint 40 cents per quart A generous portion for 10 cents cream Ij. If. I'HOST, Prcst, nml Trend. MISS Ji. K FATTXCi, Manager. TULeEPHONi: 5512-2. to Mr. White Tlie letter Count Hernslorff present ed from the emperor of dermanv ac crediting lilm as ambassador expressed tho "le-sl wlshon' which ..ils majesty ever cherished for the happiness and welfare of Ihe 1'nlted States. The president snhl in response that tlie em pcror'a expressions of friendship and good will are medially appreciated. I'ccllng reference was made by the president to the late Ambassador Speck Von Sti rnberg. , $20,000 DAMAGE SUIT OFF Wf sblnglon, Dee. S. Harnn Fdmon no .Mayor cics nanenes, Italian am bassador of ihe Fulled States, to-night Issued a proclamation to the Italian people In the Culled Slates, appealing to them for aid for their suffering counirymon In the earthquake region Tlie appeals says: "Italians of America: The disasters of Calabria and Sicily must join our souls In a thought of love for the great ancient metier country deprived of so many of her sons. In a thought of complete sympathy wilh our broth, rrs nfnietcd by so many trials. "Members of one great family, let us show that the misfortune or our fellow-countrymen Is felt by us deeply and sincerely. Let us show this not bv vatu lamentation but by material assistance." Augusta, C,a., Dec. 30. President elect Tuft has effectually put a quietus 1 on tho desire which whs beginning to develop " Into activity to prganltso "Tuft clubs" throughout the south. Mre Taft doubts tho wisdom of en couraglng ut this time political activ ity In any form. In this view he Is heartily seconded by Mr. Hitchcock, republican national chairman. This subject was under direct con sideration to-day at the Initiative of John Hays Hammond who was will ing at this time to undertake to ex tend the Influence and organization of the National League of Republican clubs throughout the southern states, preferably under tha style of "Taft clubs" Mr. Taft declared firmly against the "Taft club;' proposition. Should It become expedient at some future time to encourage the organ ization of the "Independent democrat ic element of the south he believes such organizations should be called exactly what they are, "Independent." . Mr. Taft to-day received Informa tion from Charles Hopkins Clark, of Hartford, regarding; the Connecticut senatorial contest being waged be tween Senator Hrandegea and Con gressman Kbenener Hill. Mr. Clark favors the latter for the place. Inci dentally, ho presented to Mr. Taft the claims of tho Nutmeg state for cabinet recognition. Forty-five thousand re publican majority from Connecticut contributed to Tuft's election, ho said, and the state could furnish at loRst one competent member of the cabinet. C.eorge K. Sheldon, who has Joined the winter colony at Aiken, S. C, paid his respects to Mr. Taft to-day and played a game of golf oh the grounds of the country club. The country club Is to be the scene of a New Year's eve reception at which Mr. and Mrs. Taft will be presented to the members of tho club. Senator Lodge, of Massachusetts, Is to come to Augusta shortly and Na tional Committeemen Ward, of New York, und Brooker, of Connecticut, have been Invited to play golf with Mr. Taft. rteotor of Baltimore Church Not to Re- Prosecuted, Baltimore, Dec. 80. The $20,000 damage suit brought, by Dr. Pierce H. Wilson ngalnst. Rev. Robert. S. Coup land, rector of Ascension Protestant Kplscnpnl church, was non-prossed In the Baltimore oily court to-day, upon motion of the defense, for want of a declaration. Counsel for Dr. Coup land said that his client and himself were In as much ignorance as to the basis of the suit to-day as Ihey were when II was filed. Dr. Wilson is suing his wire for divorce, miming former I'liilcd Slates Senator Oeorge I,. Wel lington as co-respondent. LIMITS OIL MONOPOLY Russian Ounin I'orbldo !Mspoial of H Lands to Trust. SI. I'ltersliurg, Dee, 30. The duma t on i till t unanimously rejected the rntn islcrial bill regulating the disposal hy public sale of oil bearing tiacls of land In Baku province. Possession of this land, iiiuler the bill, was to have been taken In January- Tlie rejection of tlie measure will have an Important, econ omic effect Inasmuch as 11 will cause a. temporary reslrlcllou In the produc tion of oil. The public sales of land as concluded In Hie past had increased the holdings of the large oil producers whose mon opoly the dnma desires lo limit. C0NVICTED0FFICIAL DEAD Former I'eiiiisihuiilii Stale Treasurer Recently Sentenced. Media, Pa., Dec. ,10--William I.. Mutinies, former state treasurer of Pennsylvania, died smith nly lab; to day at his home hero, iige.l forty-sis years. The cause of death was given by his physician as pneumonia, but it Is K' lii rally believed that this Illness was superinduced by Mr. Matheus' tribulations which were brought, upon li i m by the ll.'irrlshtirg capHol graft cases, and his recent sentence of two years It) the penitentiary for his part In the alleged conspiracy against the state. For many years William L. Mathm s was recognized as one of the political leaders of ponm-e. lvanla, and his pow er In Delaware counly political circles was supreme until the expose of thn capitol frauds by bis .successor as state treasurer, William II. Kerry. LINCOLN'S ItFARI H DKM. Yonkors, N. V., Dec. "0. -Major Isaac W, Maiday, a retired army otfl ccr, who helped to carry President Lincoln from Ford's theater in Wash- I Ington. 1. C. after the president had been shot, down by John Wilkes Mouth on the night of April I t, lSfiB, died at, his home here to-night. BRITISH STF, AMFTt BFM'HFH. Nassau, X. P.. Dec. 30 (via Halifax). The Kldcr-Dcmpstcr line steamer Dahomey, 2,sr,0 tons, ran ashore nt: F.lbow Cay lo-day and was badly dnin ageil. The steamer was backed Into deep waler, but was later beached nl this port to prevent her sinking, 111,1,10. tiKMCF miEAKS 11 1 II. Fit tsbnrg, Dec. 30. -Adeline Oenee, Ihe dancer wll-h the "Soul Kiss" compa ny, is lo-day ennlined in her room with a broken rib, and Is bolstered with a plaster easl. Mle. Oenec received Ihe injury from a fall In a, New York the ater liml Thursday. GUSTAV GRUENER ELECTED Local Man Vice-President of Modern Language Association of America, Princeton, N. J., Dec. 30. The Mod ern Language Association of America to-day elected the following ofllccts: President, M. H. Learned, University of Pennsylvania; vice-presidents, O. Uruener, Yale; K. W. Olmsted, Cor nell; W. A. Nellsnn, Harvard; secre tary, C. H. drandgent, Harvard; treas urer, W. O. Howard, Harvard. The 2t!th annual convention ended this aft ernoon. 1 ii vi: M sti:i SOHOONF.R nt'RNS. Dec. 30 -For the second Norfolk, Va time within two months, the flve nuisled schoner Marcus L. Fran, of Boston, Captain linden, was partially burned nt tho coal piers nt Newport News to-day. She caught fire In tho forecastle where sparks from tha don key engine reached a barrel of oil and In a few minutes the vessel was a mass of flames. She wns beached on Point Breeze, where the flro was ex tinguished. It Is thought tho schooner was not damaged below the (water line and that sho will be rebuilt. Houses mm LENOX STREET, a large house of 1 1 rooms with modern plumbing and all Improvements, substantially built. Always occupied by the owner and In unusually fine repair. Two-stall stable at the rear of lot. Is now vacant. Gall for key Price $4800. KIMBERLY AVENUE, i house of ten rooms with steam heat and all Improvements, located near depot and railroad shops. Will be sold on easy terms If desired. Price $4000. WARD STREET, a house of fen rooms with all modern Improvements. Has second sink and pantry on second floor. Has been at times occupied by two families. Is In first class repair. Price $4800. TIL. 0118 FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS Money (bttlned for borrowers who have food real eaUta security to offer, or placed (or Investors who wish a max imum return with minimum of riak, TIL. 8115 Your Real Estate Business WHO DOES IT 7 AND IS IT DONE RIGHT? What yon want done In Real Estate yon want done right, and when any business la transacted through this oftlce the parties to It (eel safe and satisfied. M. J. GOODE 19 CHURCH STREET, Rooms 16-11. 'Phons 167-11. For Sale ! In Fair Haven, a fine two family house, 13 rooms with all improvements. Price $4,800. Moor head & Donnelly, 63 Church Street, Room SO. IIROKK IjFG OV SIDFAVAIK. While walking on tirnnge street yes terdiyi afternoon about 4 o'clock Mrs, P. T, O'Nnll, of 54 Tcarl street, slipped and fell Just as she was passing the building of the New Haven Savings bunk at Court street. Mrs. (('Nell fell heavily, and In the fall broke her right leg a, little above the ankle. She was taken In a carriage to her home. Ti: ll-IM'll tiCN H VFI LFSIIIPS. Washington, 'Dec. 30. Tho president was shown tentative plans for new bn-ltlesblps, ono to carry ten 1 Inch guns, the largest ever proposed to be placed upon a baitleslilp, and the other lo carry twelve 12 Inch guns. YIHMMA (JOIVt; "IlllY." Roanoke, Va... Dec. 30- In a local op tion election here -today Ihe "Drys" were victorious by n mnjorlty of SO votes. Tlie effect of the election will be the closing within HO days of' fort, v two saloons and slv mall order lhpior houses. The llshl has been one of flic bitterest ever waged In Virginia, FIIFCKOM SimHT-MVKn. New York, Dec. 30.-The Canadian pollee a ut hov rj hnvlncr frilled to con ned, iieorge Miinroe with participation In the recent plundering- of Hie vaults of a bank In Montreal, the prisoner was discharged to-day. Monroe's free dom was short -lived, as he was nt. once re-arrested. THOMAS BOY RFAHS II', The condition of Nathan Thomas was reported at the New Haven hos pital last night lis fairly comfortable. No noticeable sinking has resulted from the nporn.llon of Tuesday. Tho doctors are still reluctant about hold ing out any hopes, however. FOH BUIBFIIY PROSECUTION. Pittsburg, Pa., Dec. 30. An appeal for funds to meet the expenses of tho Voters' league In continuing the work already started, as well as to broaden the Held of that reform organization's endeavor, Is the leading development. In Pittsburg's municipal scandal today. A HIIFSTFH FOR PAWNING FLHJ. New York, Dee. 30. patriotism In Flohoken received a severe Jolt to day when Ihrce. men were caught try ing lo pawn nn American flag. They were arrested. Derby, Dec, !HV-Tha Sunday school board of Ihe Derby M. R. church will bold lis annual meeting Thursday af ternoon nt 7:11 o'clock at. the church Olllecrs for tha ensuing year will be elected, General Insurance. FIRE MARINE LIFE BOILER AUTOMOBILE BURGLAR LIABILITY Tourists' Insurance The Anthony &Ellithorps Co. OS CnAPEL STREET. 201 Malley Building. TELEPHONE 6048. 2 Family House lOth WARD. Very Desirable. Fir Moillllltl Rtgiilltig till ISLE 1 PINES Write H. B.Kopf.P.0. Boil 236 City FOIl SALR. Too line bulldlog lo(a on manal St., near Mirrnmn avenue Tno on Jcrg-e nnd Sherman avenue. Also n number of lota on Gilbert and Sherman nvenue. I,ot on Whitney avenue. , .I.ota on Howard nvenue. l.ola on Rdgewond nvenue. We also have a line number of Rnlld. Ina: I, ola on Allien avenue, Weatvllle. For full Information Inquire of J. C. PUNDERFORD Ut CHURCH ST. Real Estate and Insurance 8. B. OVIATT & SON, 82 CHURCH STREET, New Haven, Conn. THE CHILD-HERON Law Corporation. WALTER J. ME At), Local Mgr. BAD DKBTS COLLECTED. Deilnauent customers are worse than leaks In the cash reglsten. 310 Y. M. C. A. BUILDING. 152 Temple Street. Tel. 8500. Home Office, 76 No. Main, Waterbury. Branches Bridgeport, 136 Fairfield Avenue; Hartford, 904 Main Street TO LET. First-class offices in building 83? CHAPEL ST., Steam Heat, Elevator and Janitor Service included. Benj. R. English. 839 Chapel 8treet. FOR SALE Fine Residence No. 1441 Chapel Street, with barn. Lot 90x158. Judson 6 Hauff. Malley Bill. DO? Chapel St, FOR SALE. A fine old style four-passenger two horse sleigh, In good condition; or e change for a work horse. CHARLES F. ROSS 868 EXCHANGE ST. FOR SALE. A house of six rooms In first class condition. Lot 40x170 feet. Location, Four Corners. Price $2,800. MONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO REIT. Color the Hair Ayer's Hair Vieor is composed of ISu,Ph'"-- ciwerin, puimn, Sodium i eWorld, ' s r Capsicum, Sage, Alcohol, Water, Perfume. Show this to your doctor. Ask him if there Is a single injurious Ingredient. Ask him if lie thinks Ayer's I lair Vigor, as made from this formula, is the best prepa ration you could use for falling hair, or for dandruff. Let him decide. He knows. T. (' A Tint rove. NT f.nTTr'tl. Mn-s. EDWARD P. BRETT, BUiLUluH AND CONTRACTOR. Sawing, Turning and Jobbing la Wood of An Kinds. Window and Door Screens. Cabinet Work, Paekw lug Boxes. 1 PROTJT STREET. g"BBD CHATF1ELD. rrei. and Trsas. JAMES H. CHATPIELD, Becy The Geo. M. Grant Co, MASONS AND GENERAL CONTRACTORS.' Room 101, Bxchange Bid. Tel. : III Chaaol at FOR SALE One two-family, Phelton ave. One two-fainlly, Norton street, ((no two-family, Garden street. One two-family, Henry street. Ilents collected and properly eared for. Open Monday and Haturday even ings. WRI.MNHTON HH.R, Si Church Street. L. G. HOADLEY, Room 2 1H. WMhJnrton Bulletin. 89 CHURCH STREET. . Open Evenings. FOR SALE. 1 Family Houae, Idvlngnlon atreel. Family Houae, I,lvlnKln ulreet, 3 Family Hniiae, Kdwnrda atreet. 1 Fnmlly Houae, Ornna; atreet. t Fnmlly Houae, Orchard atreet. 2 Family Huae, Sherman avenue.' 8 Family Houae, llrowiiell atreet. 1 Family Honae, ( Impel atreet. i v...u ij ..... icimi atreet. 3 Family Honae, Elm atreet. 3 Fnmlly Houae, llowe atreet. 1 Family Houae. DeWltt atreet. tmn't a ni rt, hut don't fall H see ua before you buy. - RUSSELL & ROBERTSON, Real Instate. Insurance! Corner State and Grand. Tel., irm-o. Three fine modern nouses (or sal open for Inspection afternoons, t o'clock; No. 110 Linden street, tween Livingston and Orange st Price and terms right. FREDRIQUE ) LEWI 13D ORANGE S'frRE