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THE MOBNTNG JOUSN L COURIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1908.
QUAKE FUND LA GRANDE ITALIA hW (Continued from First Paste,) STRICKEN NATION'S RULERS NEW TELEPHONES INSTALLED LAST WEEK We publish In this form for con ventcneo of our pntrons, so lli.'it list may he clipped mill imsletl In tele phono directory, AUing, Arthur I) 3334-14 26 irvlnsr St. AUen B 4832-2 "in wmnnlplHc Ave. Angler, Rosince, P. 4829 Edprohlll Road "lYZtJ-Z I 170 Newhnll St. Austln- ' 0265-4 72 Main St., Went Hnvou Amerlrnn Cash HejrlMor Co. 1401-12 23 Church St. Rrandt, I-IHio K., Miss 5891-4 18 Downing St, Reec.her, Floyd A 2655-6 1195 Dlxwell Avp. Bnhhvht, W. T 9166-2 774 Savin Avp., 'West Haven Buckley, F. K 201 4-C 219 Townseml Avp. Bnrneg, M. V 4709 4"0 Rilppwnod Avp. Bailey, Jeriio AV Mrs 4834 373 Crown St. Barnes, Randolph 4917 al YUnthrop Avp Burwell, George L 5025 lOSt DIx-wpII Avp. Chase, Nellie J., Mrs 2187-3 65 Hpiitv St. Cohn, A. 1 4813 902 Stnl,. St Clilpp, Ernen A 5 q f, . d 280 Willow St aark- h 2693-4 'Wooilliridp'o Cramer, Otto 2214-2 1027 State St. Corbett, T. J 4824 326 Winthrop Ao. Cole, Robert C 9413-6 184 Park St., West llnvon Dn(,,ey 2664-4 . ' North Haven E. Schoenhorger Sons. . , . 33 (5 2 . 4 151 Pkwell Ave. Edjrerly, J. Tl. 4710 494 Wlnthrop Ave. Elm City I,uheh 817-4 5 Center St Fairbanks, Itohert 4794 8 Trumbull St. Eraser, M. J., Mrs 9249-5 270 Noble St. Gardner, Samuel CJ 1684-5 34 1'Vioip St. Grant. Edward P 5243-5 Morns t'uvp Hoioomb, v. i, 9254-5 47 Holmes St., West Haven Hotrhklss, N. It., Ir 2475-4 . 11.51 Ch'aprl St Tsakson. Emma .1 5445-4 5 7 Clark St. Kraft. A. W 50 9 4 210 Orchard St KlrchofT, Fred 4830 4 27 Kdpfowonrl Avp Koella, ti f 4798 88 Rlshop St. Keane, Wllllntn 5776-3 l!i Futnnm St. Lawrle, L. 0 4799-2 32 Ellsworth Avp Levltx, Simon 2791-3 8 Temple St Ijiindborg, C. Vernon 5868-5 87 Foster St. Iland. H 9365-3 16 Lester St., West Haven Munson, Fred T 4695 921 Howard Avp. Merrltt. Alfred K 761-3 327 Whallpy vp. Montanaro, T touts 2620 159 Hamilton St. Merwln, h. N 3714-14 26 Tyron St. Noyes, Harvey W 3512-5 416 Crown St. Xlchols, M, A 546-12 72 Minor St. Palmer, Nelson II 4826 18 Admiral St Pareells, 'Charles E 5023-12 85 Clinton Avp. Phillip, Alle 4689 83 Webster St. Perk. Ida F 1677-3 82 W. Flm St. Palmer, I. P 5793-6 378 Crnwn St. Feektmrhnm. Frank, Mrs. . 04 53 . 772 Campbell Ave. Post A T;ester Co 4815 1085 Chappl St. Rlobmann, Martin M 4791 51 Avon St. Weed. A. H 545-4 863 Ahlen Are. KeanV, C. W 1596-3 346 Pherninn Ave. Southerton, ,T. E 5115-3 293 Oreenwleh Ave. 5hplffelP, Eredorlch .1 4688 158 Olive St. ftarks. Ii. M., Mrs 4818 886 fthelton Avp. Bmlth, E, T 2844-12 51 8 Elm St. Sacred Heart Catholic Club. 1333. 3 552 Howard Ave. Smith, Elmlra P. 9297-5 119 Main St. Komers. George E . . '. 1745-2 207 Norton St. Tashlo, A 4816 66 TTIph St. Tashlo, A. & Co.. 1 1650 1 095 Chapel St. Volanrt, Ernest 1676-4 206 Franklin St. Walsh, P. A 4808 550 Elm St. Wilson, Ernest P 457-4 80 Stanley St. Wasdpll, Leonard 8 2463-4 226 Whallpy Avp WrlRht, O. R . . -3459-5 662 Ornnffp St. Wiley, .Tohn .1 2654-24 Whll iip.v Av. Whrtmore, James M 4836 25 Oannel St. Ynle Wood Co '1681-2 442 Elm St., but fines not make a fippchl ciinviifls. A mfpttnv; of Mm society will bp lifbl on Sunday at their rooms In the Insur ance building nt which n committee will lie appolntei-l to take charge of the canvass. Tills committee will probably consist of six or seven members of the society, who will direct the campaign. The appeal for funds Is made to citi zens of all natlonalll leu and the collec tors purpose visit InK every ofllee and stores as well as the dwelling houses. The money collected will he forwarded post hnsle lo the Ited Cross society In Rome for distribution to the sufferers. Mayor Martin has Issued an Invita tion In five prominent Italian residents of this city to meet him this noon at his office and discuss the situation and the methods which he mlRht pursue to advantage as mayor of the city In the matter. The Kalians who will meet the ,nmynr are Pr. William K, Verdi, Pi Nh'ola Marhml. Sylvester 7,. roll, the Italian consul to this city, Mlehele l'llccln and Paul Russn. The mayor tvlll )mse his action 011 the result of tills conference. Otherwise he has tak en 110 action so far. The subscriptions now helns- collected by The Journal-Courier and the Red Cross are as yet the only means open to the people of New Haven for im slstlnpt the sufferers from the earth quake disaster. Money may he sent, either to Samuel Heinlncrway, treas urer of the New Haven division of the Red Cross, or to the ofllee of The Journal-Courier, In which case It win he acknowledged and turned over to the Red Cross, to he forwarded lo the Italian Red Cross society. Sub scriptions are rapidly conilujv In, the amounts soihseribed up to midnight last nlsht behiR as follows: My Journal-) Purler. T I.linc.,.. .0. ,.,, Prof. R. II. Hue-ilb ic. I.. Kll-nell ITwii Krh ids l leiiry , Warm r John '. Ati'lerioi John Ii F''.-)i I Joel A. Spp'tv . I John T. M 1 ns.ti ! (i. SlHhh.i'd I Miner, Head & C.-irretie. . ! Sterhhird. flilhf 1 i 1 ' 1. . j F. SeliecnherRer & Sons.. The I,, r. Rites Co ('has. V. Whit I lesev. . . . H. r. Tyler The John K. Hassi tt K ( Henry I- my I-. tiiiKiisa The Kntli A Merslek C' Aflolph Mendel BenJ.itnln lepson Fini.k II. Kowb r V. 1 1, i i.-iiclfi vs Shenhiia & lii'o.irk Anonymous Previously neknowledned . Tola . Jl ."" 10.00 5.00 1 .00 . 25. 00 . 20 00 . 25.00 . 2". Oi IO.11O . 25 00 . 25. ao . 2.'. 00 5 00 . 2T..00 lo. on . U.oo . 10.00 . 25.00 , 10.00 5 00 5.00 5 0:1 . 10.10 . lo.oo 25.00 $301 00 4 30 00 .$791.00 ill iiiiilsfcii 1 ! 1 llj Ited f'ross Treasnrpr. Mrs. T. T,. Pav , John I II liowcfs III. V Crawford Winston J. Tro I ridsp Sainoel lleiolnwi', .Inslus H. Iloi.-hklsy ; Aithur P iishoiup Frank IV Trowbrhlep Frank V. Pardee Friend ' M'-s. S K. Merwln I Miss Hartley .Piiiies S. Hemingway Traey P. , k 6,oo I no 1 0 00 u.oo 5.00 20 00 5 00 25.00 20. 0 1 on in no 10 00 6 no 5 no The Southern New England Telephone Co. I4 Court SI., New Haven, CI, Tom I 1 1 36 00 By Journal Courier itll.n Whole amount subscribed $027 0o FOR MILITARY ENROLLMENT Cicorue McCarthy fiels His Men Into Act bin. Military Enrolling Offleer C,eor(te fc('arthy called tocether deputies S5i iilid niel km e oni itiP material for use In the collection of the enroll ment lh-t which will be started In a fpw days. TIip enrollment will occupy the month of January and will he suhmlt tpd to the board of aldermen about the middle of February. Mr. McCarthy has arranged his books this year with n list of the to be-mados In flip hack so that they may ho used as nn aid by his assistants In making sur of (rettlm? nil the names. He Is out to make his list as trwrouirh as It Is possible to make It and expects to mnkft the hrst list 1m hfls ever drswn up for th city. The deputies he has appointed so far with whom he met last nlsht Include Morris Cnhn, Edward J o'Rrlen. James Ponpran, Henry Farrell, r., F.dward A. Meaney, James Cleason, Jo seph Collins, Julian W. Knolte, John J. Sullivan, Michael J, Welch and Irvlnjr Allen. Thcv l! tc (.'one tfi pewislnled HN IrlcH to Pirci l Hellof WorU for 1 arthquaUc Siift'erci'x. M ALONE NON-COMMITTAL Visits Wnlcrimr). Hut There's Nothing DoIpr for N'cwspaiers. The W'iti rbiuy American apropos of j the polilic.il situ.illon K.iys: ! Judqe William J. Mnlone of Bristol, I with a rakish flat hat and a smile of much amiability, came Into town last evenhiR. "They S'i you are confident of your election as .-peaker," said a reporter. "Po they?" sahl JndRe M alone. "(If course you expect to win?" "Po 1?" sai l Jiidg" M.'llone. "T'olltlelans fner here think you have It cinched." "Po the 7" said Judce Malone. "We understand yon have Mr. 1JI ley's active assistance." "Have 1.'" said Judee M.ilone. "Judce Hanks ,s also confident." "Is he?" said Judqe Malone. "Cood eveninar." "It Is?" said Jndpe Mnlone. K M l M W-HAKRV I'IC.HT. I,'1- i?"es. Pec. HI).- At the end Of the twenty-ninth round of th Kaufman I'a'rry ro the tishtinif was slow and amateurism. N'Mtlvr man had suffered much damage YANKEE IN GOOD SHAPE ijCondltlon rnc1innicd by Second Sink Inc Raised li Pehrnary 4. WnshlnKten, Tee. 30. The condition of the Vnlterl Plates cruiser Yankee, whh-h s sunk In Bu77nrds bay. after belnn; teniporiirlly raised by the sol vate crow, Is prnelleslly t.ie same ns It was wlien the vprhpI went down the second time, pi'ortnn to a report re ceived by Secretary Newbery to day from IJeutennnt Foley, the executive offlei r of the Vnnkee. He, snys the smokestack find ventil ators are nil standing: and nil of the necesnary ffenr for raislnR are now as sembled at New Bedford, Lieutenant Foley says the vessel prohnbly will be raised before February 4. Ashes Removed at Short Notice. General Cart'ns Dine. thf: kw sf.ua if 'F pnixl fr Sidewalks for Suit. F K. SWAN. Tel 8611-8. 855 Orchard St. Clerkin & Co. 781 Grand Avenue. Steal and Hot Water Heaters That Give Complete Satisfaction, If you are considering a change in your present system, telephone for an ESTIMATE. TWO 'PHONES 1078, 3231 3. CHURCHES TO GIVE Hartford. Hoc. pi. ltov. John Synnoir, administrator of the Hart ford rllm-ese, lo-niRht Issued a notice to the effect that a collodion for the sufferers of the earthquake In Italy would he takrn In all the churches of the diocese on Rundnv ntt. The pro ceeds of the collection will he sent by cahle to the pope at Home on the fol lowing Tuesday. CASTORS A Tor Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bet.rs he 7 . Klenature of (&jfyT&4$ki HORSES! HORSES! Big Auction Sale! Friday, Jan. 1st, '09, at 1:30 p.m. 100 Horses for This Big Sale. 1 Carload from Iowa. 2 Carloads from Pennsylvania. The carload from Iowa lire first class, cod lioiws autl the best that crow. The Pennsylvania horses are second-hand : are all acclimated, right, out of hard worli and ready lo jro back I11I0 II analn. They' arc all "'High Hollar" horses, Hie Kind you want, and when you Kd Ihrouch bidding you own them. They arc .suitable for bakers, butchers, BToeers. farmers, livery or any general purpose. Y011 will find Just the horse you need among them. Allend this 11 SM.K If you need a horse, and we will guarantee to sat isfy you. Everything for the horse nt HAMILTON BROS. 1K2-1SI (Jcorge Street, New Haven. W. I'. Gillette, t'rrl. Thim. K, f oiinlff, V, prmrt. (i. W. I''. Ulllette, np.-Tiii. m Gillette Construction co- General Contractors and Builders. 13 MalJp HIcIb., 002 fliupel t xv:uoa 17 m. (f'onlinued from First Page,) Ifti'l, 111a e lniiosslhle averp prectal dcttaKll cd esHtto nuinero del mortl. ' Molti Hiistlinentl plenl dl fnpgltlvl soiiu ga arrlvatl a Xapoll pd altrl por II della, pciihiol'i. VI sono fra rpiestl tnoltl IVrlll, iiu-ntre molti altrl hanno volnto rlmaiiere, vlclno le rovlne delle loro caae. II terrlhlle flanello, la terrlhlle forza In axlone, lunedl worse, non solo filstniSHo dello liorentl cltta ma, nnenra rcslslenza, la vita, tutto clo chc vl era dl umano. ('omunicani'.lonl telegrallche snne state. Htablllte In .Messina, Impiantando gll apparatl negll nfllcl ferrovlnrl. iMcsshrkI rlceviitl, per (iiesta llnea dlcono (die opnl spefHnza dl salvezza e pcrduta. Tlella cltta, dl Messina non rlmane rhe un mticchlo dl rovlnn, avanzl del terremoto orrendo e del fuoi'o K qimle complemento all'opera lerrlblle, II ventn Inipriiiosn, I'liraRino veeinente e veil 11 1 0 a fare scomparlrfl ognl vestlRRla uniana. I vlverl noun Hearst e l'acqua ilcliclcnle; hisosno est renin. I'tdla sol. 1 iltta ill Messina che contava ilil.li'io aliltanli, si crede che ;i,imio slano perltl. Allrc 40,000 persone sono inorie a llegr.lo. II He e la Regliia d' Italia si troMino in inrn.ii al dolore, fra le rulne, ivt post! pin pi'i'lcolosl, esionendnsi II Ke all aluto al perlcolo come un si mplloe milile ilclla Crocp Itossa. 11 I'c ha nviito molt n 1I11 lodare I'opei'a di salwitu;;glo presiala da Italianl , llussl ed Amerlcanl, i quail 'lanno s.ilvato inlgliala di persone da inorte sicura, l.e Hetlna ha passalo 11 reslo dellu siornata oi pelali, inl'ondendo in i tuttl corauio c eonsohi xione, reidando ) essa mollo al'llill.i al racconto dl (ante soffcrenze, davantl a tanto squallore. II lie e partlto qu.-aia Si ra per ricio. Komn. Ilec, "0. Tuttl I reporters cont'enuann la morte d) Dr. Arthur S. Cheney, e sua mobile, Console Ameri cano a Messina. Kestarono sotto le mine dell' edltlclo Consolare, 11 1 ir. Cheney e clttadlno d! New Haven, ed e dcllo fle ltr. H. II. ( 'llf ney. I ferltl, I (ngs;l(ehl. tuttl In preda a terror non jenibrano ejEsorl innanl. nassomlcllano a. pazzl Insegultl da Immaglnarl fanla.-ml. Nop h.inno favella. ma rantoli b.-stlall rho dlnota tano II paroslsmo deiu paura. I.i Men te nmana non si puo raced pezza re, nersiina penna dl scrlttore, nessuna fantasia puo ilerrlvere la rcalta. 'I.'orrore del trnclro memento e fseniplto In moilo marcatn su quelle faccle sparute e lnebetlt. Furonn rl eoveratl In tuttl I Hastlmentl, come tanto mncchlne, come Incosclentl dl loro es::ere, poii sono phi iinnilnl ma ilirattl mutl della disperazlone. REAMERY Butter Real country butterbetter than any you ever tasted made of rich est pasteurized cream in the coun try's model creamery. All its freshness, richness and flavor is preserved, absolutely, by the odor-proof package privileged to be used only by our Creamery. Pneked at the creamery iind alwnyn sold at the price of ordin ary buUer Hint Is usually packed by the dealer In the city. If your grocer can 't supply you h'rite us. DILLON and DOUGLASS. New Haven and Hartford, Conn. Springfield, Mass. Providence, R. I. The liutter that keeps all its creamery fragrance and sweetness for your table BEARING IMAGES THROUGH RUINS AFTER AN EARTHQUAKE IN SICILY MESSINA STRAIT (Continued from FlnO Page.) suffered no harm from th earth- fUake, l.yiinn Hcds am! Food nil Way. The minister of marine tn-nlcht re ceived word that the steamships Tnormlna and Campania, with 16.0)0 bed ami a larpe supply of provisions aboard, hud left ,Oenna hound for Mes sina. Other steamers, also bountifully stocked, ar on their way to the strick en cities from various ports. The despatches from the stricken zone say that a large army would be required to cope with pvph (hp press In needs of the unfortunate people who are roaming about half clad and starvlnif, some of them draRRinx arti cles of clothing from the smouldering ruins to protect themselves from the plerolim winds. Terrible suffering Ir Inevitable before the much needed re lief stores can arrive. TaU Seems Almost lloicless. The rescue parties, military, naval and civil, of different nationalities are performing prodigies, but the task be fore them Is almost hopeless. Added to the dlflloulty of obtaining food and water, (hero are no drugs or surgical appliances Heartbreaking appeals for help are heard on every side, to which only (he most Inadccpiate response Is possible. Temporary hospitals are bi liig rl.gprod up, but, only . comparative ly few can he relieved, and (he scenea of horror defy description. The urviv ors of the eartliquaka are suffering cruel extremities and, in Messina, may lp seen all around vainly searching ly Hip dusl and debris for morsels of fond. Pnlml, Ton, Ijild WaMlc. bate dispatches slate thai the city of Talml contains l.fiflfl dead and twice as many Injured. Two thirds of the town was laid waste. All the villages ad jacent suffered as severely. The kins has telegraphed Premier Cl nllttl, Informing him that Regglo Is In the same awful condition as Messina and announcing that a, Russian steam er with rM) Injured will arrive at Na ples tomorrow. Ills majesty asks that all preparttlons he made for their re ception at the hospitals, and requests thai the ship he sent hack with all thn doctors that can he mustered. Many Alive In Ruins, The Marquis Finvollto, who visited Messina, and then returned to Catania, declared that, the spectacle was horri fying. He estimated that there were not more than 1 0,000 survivors of the enllre populace. Thousands, he snld, are burled under the wreckage and soma of the Injured pinioned beneath the walls which the lire did not touch, rite yet alive. He believed that. It. would take mnnlhs, find perhaps a year, to remove the dead from upder the ruins. Home few bodies have been recovered and hey have been burled In the public gardens. The wounded refugees present a sick ening sight. Some appear hardly hum an; others among the fugitives have no apparent Injuries but are la such a ins.:.. II 1 : . .f (S,JA,? . V W4f ST. MARY'S MINSTRELS Holy Name Society Plaimtnf Fin En tertalnmrmt. X flnsl minstrel nterta.tnment to be ing planned for St. Mary's ohuroh oa the night of January 14. The enter tainment will be given by member. the Holy Name society, and the. formanen will be held In the ba of Uie ohuroh. There will bej twenty young people In the pi anee, which Is said to be reryl and highly entertaining. The performance will be followed reneral entertainment. Profeet Cabe la In oharge of the tralf me memDers of tne troupe. 1 being made to have the affair piete success. Messina, the second commercial town In Sicily, has experienced more devastation through earthquakes, plague and war than any other place In history. The earthquakes of 1S94 and 1S05 are well remembered. On those occasions priests carried Images of the saints through the streetj of the stricken city and among the ruins to calm the people. Messina was) founded by Cnmaean pirates R C. 732. In A. P. 843 the Saracens took the city, and they In turn were dispossessed by the Normans In 10 2. In 1740 a plague cost the lives of 40,000 persons In the town, and In 1783 an earth quake killed many thousands. The city was bnmbarder by Neapolitan troops In 114S, and In 1S54 cholera killed 18,000 of the residents. ..rp'.ifli.ir oifoitti poiniii ion 1 n h r nicy seem the worst of all. The horror of that tragic minute Is Ineradlcahly fix ed npoh their faces. On the relief ships they were heaped everywhere. Pome of them appear to h stricken with a. kind of Idiocy, looking aimlessly before them; others, completely mad, howl wildly. The commander of the Theraple gives a thrilling deserlptlon of the rescues effected by his men, when his ship arrived at Messina from Mal- ti under Instructions to convey the sur vlvors to Naples. Twenty different con flagrations were raging. As the ves sel drew up before the city It was sur rounded by a flotilla of boats and tugs Inoded to the gunwales wdth men and women who pltenusly cried for food and drink, for they bad nothing for 24 hours, (in entering the port a tre mrtidous clamor greeted their ears, the survivors screaming for help. 20,(10(1 Fled to Reach. Acenrdlng to the refugees the elty of Messina was awakened at 5:30 o'clock Monday morning' by a violent earth shook lasting twenty-five, seeonds. In a few minutes the slreets were filled with crowds ef people, prey to tho most acute terror. The women were screaming and the men were frantln. All rushed to ward tho beach. The hlsaop came out of the cathedral car rying the statute of 8t. I.ucla, thn pa. trun wilnl of the rlly, and with all of the clergy formed a proeesslon which marched through the principal streets. Twenty thousand persons marched be hind the priests. 1 Child Horn to lefucc. The Theraple brought thirty Herman mid lion other fugitives lo Naples. HurliiK the voyage to Naples several IJnred women died and one ehlld was born. Home of tho fugutlves aboard Win Tlieiepie handily left the ship wieii she reached tills port, In soma eases fthaiidoiilng their children. The tidal wave that swept Into Reg glo Hooded the city to a. depth of thir ty feet above sea level. Home of the houses along the wider front were swept from ilielr foundations and drag ged cut to sea. Twelve miles of the railroad near toggle were destroyed. A tempest added to the terror of Uie eeno. It Is said thai Messina was blotted nut to the accompaniment of walls of anguish and ftegglu disappeared In ali enee, and without a cry. The sea front at Kegglo has been completely swept away, according to statements of refugees. It Is a, mass of wreckage from vessels of every kind that were In the harbor. It Ih Impossible to approach Hegglo by sea, or by land. Kor a distance of twelve miles from tho city, roads, bridges and footpaths have been uprooted. Even the face of t..ie country has changed. It. has been Impossible to get inlo Hegglo even with' automobiles. It Is believed (hat there are still a great number of people In the ruins dying, not from their Injuries, hut from slow starvation, simply because It la Impos slbleto get In supplies. WHOLE WORLD GIVES Pcd from Sod.OdO, Hoslon $10,000, 1on don $13,000, Francis Joseph $10,000. New York, Hep. 30. - The work of or ganizing relief for the victims of the earthquake, which was begun here al most simultaneously with the receipt of the first news of the dlsasted as sumed official form to-day with the is suance by the mayor of a proclamation calling upon the people of the city fur MjiKH i ipituns ior me reuei 01 me bui forers. Already the society has cabled $10,000, which was dispatched on Tuesday. In addition, th executive committee of the natolnal society has arranged to Immediately remit to the Italian Red Cross tho sum of 150,000. The Christian Herald advanced $20,000 on a fund which It purposes to raise shortly by contributions from Its readers and ca bled the sum over to the Italian Bed Cross society. Boston, Dee. H).-Subarlptlen re ceived by I-ee-Hlgglnson A Co. for the earthquake sufferers to-day rearvaed a total of nearly $10,000. London, Pee. 80. The lord mayor's fund for the earthquake sufferers has reached $13,000. The banking houses of the Rothschild and the Barings each have contributed IB, 000. Vienna, Pee. 30, Emperor Franoli Joseph has contributed $10,00) to the relief of the Italian earthquake suf ferers. Rome, Pec. 30. Toe news of Mr. J. P. Morgan's contribution of $10,000 was communicated to the government by Ambassador Orlscom, who also Inform ed the duke of Aoata, president of the national relief committee, of the donation. FACTORY ORDERS. We have special fadlltleg ' for making duplicating and triplicating book to order for factory use. John R. Rembert & Co., 262 State Street, Business Specialist. IF YOU ARE n a DTirf 1 r 1 A 1 KJUIJ, CONSULT Ryder's Printing 9 Horn 78 CENTER STREET. CHAPEL STREEr VV3 GOLD FISH. Come and see our AUTOMOBILE FISH. The Best Display of GOLD FISH in the State, Small Fish Globes exchanged for larger onet. Canary Birds from the Hartz Mountains, Fresh Canary Seed, Bird Tonics, Etc. THE FRANK S. PLATT CO. 350-356 STATE STREET. NEAR CHAPEL. 101 PRODUCES Heat y PRODUCES Few Ashes PRODUCES Results PRODUCES Satisfaction W. F. Gilbert & Co. (Incorporated) 65 Church St 0pp. P. 0.