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KKW 1IAVKN jlOHNINU JOCKXAL ANf COURIER, .MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1804.
Popularly known tbronghont New England
(or Qoillty, Quantity and Workuien.hlp.
BY OF. ID. GRAVE,
Direct Importer of the finest Voslta Aba jo Havana Tobacco and Manufacturer of Clgara,
Corner Mateand Woontrr Mreel., fw Haven, Conn.
far Wcrk a Specialty.
AKE NOW KEADY.
French MADRAS. English OXFORDS, Bcotch
rEEVIOTB, EDgflinb FLANNEL and WASH
t!LKS. For Men's NEGLIGEE and TENNIS
JKlHTf, for Ladles' and Children's WAISTS
md BLOUSES, or sold by the yard.
The NEW PEAKL OBEY. The
Famous London Tan at Si. 35.
Fowne's Gold Tan, Red Tan and
"WELUECK," lhe finest Glove
New "Butterfly" Ties and Bows,
English Long Scarfs, and
"Don Juan" Ties and Four ln-Hands,
CHASE & CO.,
New Haven Hsuse Building.
Sole Agents for Noyes Bros.' (Boston) Laun
dry. Hand work, and satisfaction guaranteed.
OUR STOCK OH
Body Brussels ana
Is One of THE BEST in the City
Linoleum, Oilcloth, Matting
Art Squares, Rugs and
A LARGE VARIETY.
AU sizes, in soft and hard wood.
STAHL & HEGEL,
8, 10, 12 Church Street.
WELLS & GTJNDE,
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
Full Line Sterling Silver and
Silver Plated Ware.
KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS.
No. 788 Chapel Street.
If Yon are SoinE to the Snore
Or to the Mountains,
A Telescope or Field Glass
Will give a great amount of pleasure to ob
eerv eeencry or passing shores
" Durant," the Jeweler,
Has an extra line line of these goo is now on
hand all Imported classes and oy
the best makers.
COLORED SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES.
Eyes tested free of charge at
5S Church Street, opposite Pestofflce.
i NEURALGIA, OBESITY.
j Positively Cared by
FRED O. HAASE.
Will be at (be Westmoreland Hotel,
Boom No. S,
MONDAYS AND THUBSDAYS.
Hours-10-1 and 8-6. Jel9 Ott
VAULTS and CESSPOOLS
NEATLY CLEANED BY
Prices Low and Batisf action Guaranteed.
I1R ADLEY & DANN'P, 40H gtatc Ptr!t,
HOB'T. VEITCH HOWS. 74 Chapel Street.
7JNSLEY. HOOT & CO.'S. !K Uroudwav,
will receive prompt attention P. V. iddr-
Box 855. Telephone tJ5-13.
jSLu..- r .r .--',1 . "r
as the highest StantJaid 10 ctnta Cigar
DO YOU WANT
Your Carpels Briltal
The Moths Killed, find the Dust
WE CAN DO IT.
Of the finest qnalitiee cleaned without
injory. Van are especially fitted
op for this work.
DYEING and CLEANING
Of Men's Suits and Overooata, Ladles'
Of Shirts, Collars, Cnffs, Underclothing.
THE FORSYTH CO.
OFFICES-878 Chapel street,
State, Lawrence and
Telephone 854-2 and 3.
nfIlEstiin-liird Uefriii- nitor of tn-(l;i- is the
1 KIM).'. MjhIi' strictly first-Hits.- in Pine
thoroughly kiln dried, heavily Minted, leau
ri fully Lrriiitted and vm-mshed. They a re su
perior to any hardwood hox made.
Examine them at
IttiO STATE STKKKT.
FROM GAS !
Invaluable for comfort, convenience nnd econ
omy iu turn 11 nor.
Food more perfectly cooked than hy direct
heat from coal.
Jtanes, with or without water heaters, hot
plates, ovens, sad-iron heaters, etc., etc., sold,
set up and warranted by the
New Haven Gas Light Co.,
No. 80 CKOWN STREET.
J.H.Hucbley, 179 Church.
Standard Lighting r ompany's
Which we shall sell at
! 10 per cent. Discount.
C. P. MEREIMAN,
Oosn evenings. lfitElm Street,
Elevated Closet, Cabinet Bass.
Over 1,500 used In New Haven.
The heaviest, finest made, and most con
venient Range ever offered. Sole Agent,
S. E. DIBBLE, .
639 Grand Avenue.
14 and 16 Church Street.
CAFE and Ladies' Hrstnurnnt connected
with hotel. WHOT LUNCH served in
Cafe. , jelO
IMPROVEMENTS AND ALTERATIONS
Made during the dull summer months
.s. . MOSEI.KY'S
NEW HAVJ1N HOUSE
craMdlMoro comfortnblo than ever for both
pennanent or transient Ruests. Traveling men
are snown especial attention,
sll BETH H. MOSELEY.
Single and Double Tracks, Dump Carts.
Milk, Grrcery, and Busings Wagons.
Burreys, Traps, Buggies, Phaetons, etc
Of all descriptions on band and made to order.
Track and Wagon Building
And Repairing a specialty.
Whils you wait no delay, no burning, bo wet
SMEDLEY BROS. & CO.,
171 -175 Brewery Street.
THE PEOPLE'S DRY GOODS STORE.
A BuyingCENTERA Saving
Wo Itnvi' just ivet'lvoil mi entirely new
assortment, of those lienulifiil Clicckcil
TnlTi'liw mil's itrd tlio renl FiTllrli
(ioixls, 'n lid our iiMriortiiii'iit is tlie Inrext
and Ix'st In tin- state. Act mil 61.30
97c a yard.
WSend for snniplos.
$10.00 Down to ifO.00.
Down to ir5.75.
eo.rio Down t si.ns.
(jient Imrgains from 7"m up.
$1.00 and $1.25.
1 gross of Infants' French Corded
Caps, very neat and pretty, dretit
Best B0 pound Wedding Plato Slotk
ruled or unruled. Kxtia heavy envel
opesavirth fully 25c This week's price
This is the best value we hav ever
Three stylos in iiamlmrp, trimmed
and hemstitched rallies. We offer n
preat bargain at
,"C inch Printed White Irish Lawns,
very choice styles for waists and dresses
regular Vi 1-Ue goods
10c a yard.
200 Copies Heavenly Twins at
Is a sensation that everybody has some time.
Is ft remedy that everybody should have nil the
time. Sold everywhere. JyJS WFMtf
Are any of the new-fangled
washing compounds as good
as the old fashioned soap ?
Dobbins' Electric Soap has
been sold every day since 1869
and is to-day exactly the sam
in quality as then. It never
varies, and is always the best
Do your clothes last as they
used to ? If not, then you are
not using Dobbins' Electric
That is sure. And if not,
wouldn't it pay you to use it
and save clothes? Vou are
the judge. After it has been
used and praised by a whole
generation of women, it surely
is not a new-fangled humbug
that it would be risky to try.
Nor is it an
I M I T A- of ny thing else. It stands
V"', 1". on Its own merit, Map
TIUN proached and noapproaob
able aa to ptttity, quality
and economy. Be tnra and get tba genu
inek Dobbins' Eleotria Soap. Onr noma on
every wrapper. Your grocer baa It or
will get it. ;
DOBBINS' SOAP MFG. C0.f
Successors to I. L. Oragin & Co., ,
WE will receive this inaralog B'aokberrlea
and Rtspbftrrie BrnfQra Strwrrlt
r lOrlM rmPPIW, caw H'raw, '
Grapes, and o' her varieties ot fruit too Bamer-
Market Banding, east sUerfront, '
Of Genera! luteal liilfwt Tba Dank
The New Haven cli-nrlng Iioiim re
porl the clearing, and Imlunces fur the
mini week In June, 1HM and lHOt. Tilt)
dcciva from last year U about 10 per
lKW. nnlanees. 11.
JiiiuiM aw.OKi S t4.i.wiA iti arr,T 4.1
June III I,;HI M ,k;ihh .0 .M uu
June SO Isariam M.iM W M
.limit ill.MIC ill.liH M Sll.tsalS
.luni'i; lMi.;it W 41.ip.iI :ti lolcis )
Junes) h;,ousss w,;m 7U laijii m
81,ifi5,lti 45 KI,MU US $i;iHS,aU SO
)iereiini clcnrlngs weik of im. .. .1:.T m
iiiiiiuu or HM'k or ini ,:is w
Ditrenneliiilunccsuf wwkof lt... liM HS
Tlmlxioks of I ho Dnltlmore and Ohio
rallroiul close to-day for lhe aeinl-nii-niial
dividend of 3 per cent, on the pre
ferred stock payuhle July '2.
The transfer book of the Shorn Line
railroad closed Saturday for a dividend
of 4 per cent, payable July 3.
On Satiiriluy of this week the Boston
ami Albany railroad will pay a ipiarter
ly dividend of i per cent.
The fulled States Jtu.hhcr company
has declared a senii-nnnuiil dividend
of 4 per cent, payable July 14 on the
preferred slock. There will be no divi
dend on the common stock.
The American Express company hna
declared u scmi-nmuml dividend of 3
per cent., pnynhlo July 2, and the
Wells Fargo Express 4 per cent., pay
able July 14.
The Xutionnl Dunk of Commerce In
Xew York has declared a semi-annual
dividend of 4 per cent., pnyuble July 'i.
The transfer books closed on Saturday
Next Saturday Iho Providence, and
Worcester railroad pay a tpinrterly
dividend of 'i 1-2 pin' cent.
New Haven Water company old slock
is quoted 09 bid 101 asked; the non
stock 00 bid 110 asked, on the latter a
further installment of i'2S per share
will be due in a year from now.
HI mm Kantrovlch Guilty.
Ill the court of common pleas, crim
inal side, Saturday afternoon, the jury
which lins been trying the case of
Hiram Knntrovieli, licensed of selling
without a license, returned with a ver
dict of guilty. Kantrovlch was - fined
('Hand costs, the same as Inthe. cily
court. His counsel, Attorney J. S.
(loodhnrt, says he will appeal the case
to the supreme court.
A "Jianquct for the Babies'
Will be given at East Pearl street
church Tuesday, June 26, from 4
o'clock until 7. A light repast will lie
furnished for the babies. There will be
singing and recitations, mid ice cream
will he served . to those who wish. . To
those unaccompanied by a baby the
small sum of ten cents will be charged
for admission, and a large attendance
is hoped for.
VII UJtCH Or THE ASCEXSIOX.
Surpllced Mixed, Choir-Tlielr First Ap
' . . ...... . I. .. 'V i. r . . .
x in auiuv nine insv iiic .uurcu oi ti:e
Ascension has been planning to employ
in its regular services in addition to the
boys, the services of female singers, who
with the men, wifa compose the choir.
The new system of a mixed surpliced
choir, popular in certain dioceses, was
introduced here at the Ascension yes
terday. It marks not only a new era
in the worship of this church but will
prove extremely now for New Hnven.
There are but two churches in the dio
cese where the mixed choir is in opera
tion. , . .
Praise Service at United Clinrch, '
A large congregation attended a de
lightful praise service at the United
church Inst evening. The choir for the
occasion was as follows:
Miss Neva E. Squires, soprano; Miss
Ella M. Belden, ;'alto; (Servase Green,
tenor; Eugene S. DeForest, bass. Wil
lis H. Ailing, director, assisted by Mr.
William A. Howlnud of Nevy York, bar
itone, and Miss Harriet M. Luni, sopra
no; Mrs. Hope Lewis IJorden, alto.
WEST Jl.trEX XOTES.
Cars Kun on the AVoodinout Line as Fair aa
The annual school meeting will be
held this evening at the Union school
house for the purpose of eleoting a
school committee, clerk and two audi
tors for the ensuing year.
The whole of the property, known ju
Tyler Farm has been purchased by a
syndicate of capitalists, among them
being I. A. Kelsey, W. W. Ward, He'ary
Sutton, Samuel A. Stevens and others
who are about to lay this beautiful tract
out with terraces and drives, and the
tract will be known as Orange Groye.
The cars of the West Shore railroad
were run yesterday, afternoon as far as
Tyler's Farms. ' Cars were run for the
first time over this new road to Tyler's
Farms Saturday. ' The new ears have
not arrived as yet, but are expected, to
morrow or Wednesday. While they are
being fitted up cars of the Winchester
railroad will be used on the line.
A very fine program has been pre
pared ror the concert to be given June
27 at the town hall for the benefit -of the
Invalids' Home on Campbell avenue.
City Court Criminal 8ide-Jmlge Cable.
Hattie Goodman, keeping house of ill
fame, $70 fine, $8.70 coats; Irene Jones,
residing in house of ill-f aine, $5 fine;
James H. Haokett, violation of Sunday
liquor law, continued to June 26; Sanv
uel Davis, breaeh of the peace against
Gusta Davis, $5 fine, $7.88, costs; Joseph
F. Mooney and William Zidenburg,
breaoh of the peace, continued; Archie
L. Bush, breaoh of the peace, dis
charged; Jboren H. Hoyt, breach of the
peace against Archie L. Bush, $10 fine,
$7.88 oosts; John H. Coleman, violating
oyster law.continued to June 6; Martin
Delaney, breach of the peach, $7 fine;
same,trespas8,$3 fine, $7.06 oosts; George
Knapman, non-support, ' continued;
George H. Allen, violation of oyster
law, continued to June 26; George W.
Nuhn and Edward N. Cook, trespass
on railroad property, , judgment) sua.
pended; Walter Bollman, William Flnn
nagan, violation of oity ordinance, tjei
tinued; Terrance MoDouald, breach Df
the peace against Patrick Smith, con
tinued to June 25; Frank Hauser, theft,
continued to June 50; Wlnfiold Llnsley,
reform school complaint, discharged-on
oyment of $8.53 costs; Walter Hovey,
rthiir Hayden and Edward Grave,
eform school complain discharged. ''-'i
, A nut her Children's liny.
Chllilieu, bird and (lower till united
III the lnuut If ul children's service nt
Duvenporl church lant evening. Hoim
after 7o'fliK'k childivu's voices were
heard lxdilud the cloned diNir sIiikIiik
"The Sou of God tioea Forth to War."
Two column of happy faces mum en
tered oil ell her side, still singing the
inurtlal ChrUtlim hymn. The prognun
of the evening was rendered entirely by
the children, save the admirable "chiilk
lulks" by the ltcv. Mr. I'lnldefoot. The
order of service was a follows:
I. I'roeiHMlonal hvinn.
i. lttillallim-'"J'hu Children's Welnome".
; , Lvdyiiril Hastings
i. Itecitmlon "Jeans' Uuil
5. Hung Primary t.luim
7- ltW!lttlon-"A Children's HiTinon"..;..
. Hwltatlon-"A Chilli's Prayer"
; I.lela Hchuppa
Tontine liarlter Hlinp.
The tousorial eslablishmentof George
Miller, sltimlcd at 145 Church street,
under the Tonllne hotel, conllniies to
be one of the best place in the city to
get a flrst-chi shave, hair cut or tiny
other work connected with thetonsorlal
business. Mr. Miller has a large trade
and Is daily making new friends and
The following were elected officer of
Keeley league, No. 1, for the year lie
glnnlng July 1, '04: Vresident, Dr.
James W. Sweet; first vice-president,
Jniuea H. Parmeleo; second vice-presl-('ent,
F. Donne; secretary, William K.
Finery; trensttmr, John 11. Davis; ex
ecutive bonrd, J. H. Davis, William A.
Gillespie, E. 8. Wimples, and president
and secret ary, ex-olnclo.
Conralldatxid Acquire. More Land.
Maria T. Stoddard lias sold to tho
New York, New Hnven and Hartford
Railroad company a plot of ground at
the corner of West Water and Putnam
streets, having a frontage of 41 feet on
Putnam street and 100 feet on West Wa
ter street. The price paid is not dis
Mr. and Mrs. John Healey.of the (Inn
of Healcy & liigelow, sailed Saturday
for a two months' trip to Europe.
Alfred 8. Ives, son of Dr. Robert S.
Ives, is home from an extended Euro
Rev. W. J. Mutch of the Howard ave
nue Congi'egatioiinl church will sail for
Europe, July 5.
bovxd you THE RACK.
Morris Cove as a Place of Anchorage
Local and Vi.ltlng Yachts.
Laying off Morris Cove every evening
may be seen a fleet of yachts com
prising some of the most famous iu the
country, both small and large. The
Cove is becoming well known to ynchts
cruising iu Long Island sound, and for
a safe anchorage for the night it is
hard, indeed, to find a more accessible
Among tho visitors lately anchored
here bound for New London may be
mentioned Hie schooner yacht Ariel
from Now York, which recently won
the prize in the Larchmont . club re
gatta and is considered the fastest
racing schooner afloat, the Manhattan,
Neator, Atlanta and several others.
Most all of the local yachts will be
seen hi New Loudon next Thursday, a
number already having started. The
lone, pinna, Thelma and Cypress go
today, and on Sunday the Yale-Corinthian
yacht club will cruise in
squadron, accompanied by several
steam yachts from the west'rd. The
yachts of the N. H. Y. C. who expect
to start on Tuesday nre tho Rival, Ger
trude, Wanda, Onota, Cnstania nnd
Muriel. J. W. G.
The Rev. George A. Pelton and wife
of Stony Creek nro spending a week
with Rev. and Mi's. Munson. Theso
two olei'gymon were fellow students
while prepariug for college, and have
ever since maiutnined for each other a
, Fined SJIOO.
In the United States district court at
Hartford Saturday before Judge Town
send and a jury John G. . Chapman of
this city was found guilty of having
taken a larger pension fee from Mrs.
Elizabeth Bowen than tho laws allow
and was fined $400. He settled.
. Yt You Continue to 'Want,
The Chew, and Smote. -
THE ACTIVE PDICIW,E,
-Said an exasperated father at the din
ner, table: "You children turn up your
noses at. everything on the table. When
I was a' boy I was glad to get enough
dry - bread . to eat. "I say, papa, you
are having a much better timo of it now
vou are Uvlug.with us, ain't you?" re-
jartted"little Tommy. Tit-Bits.
Woodboiy removes Moles,
Warts, Pimples, Freckles, Wrln
kK Superfluous Hair, all Facial
Blemishes, and Skin Diseases.
Reg liar registered rhyslcians.
Call or write. Consultation free,
i as West 4Jd Street, N. Y.
Band Ui.for a lllllo "Uoaut?
boo!i. it-) nog., on skin nod
'li. wr f thnh.tr, prMrvn
ion of the oomiii.kn, evmov.l
ot .U.kln tU'ft.!hr, lu .hurt Hi.
rmultur si w' prtuutuai cimi
rlo.Mitni.il i. in tula. Mui,t.
plv ot Woodbury's racial Soap.
Katlre Slrawbtrrirs from namdea freah dally
All ready la quart toltlrs, J 6c.
Drink WllllamM Itoot Beer,
Try Bitter Hop Ale,
Good for what alia you.
New Potatoes 5Cc peck.
Nothing like our
Try It. H
At the Old Stand: 378 Male Street-
E. E. NICHOLS
K0PS' CHEER 1 1
Pure and Kon-Iutoxicatlne.
Excellent Nerve Tonic
Aid to Digestion.
Bittered with tlie Finest Hops.
15c per bottle, or $1 SO per doien.
GILBERT & THOMPSON.
973 Male Street, near Edward.
YOU will save money by trading at this store.
We are soiling 3 lh of ihebi T0e Tea for
One DolUr. .Is II iba of plendln Off on for One
Dollar. All kinds Crociory, China and Glass
ware sold cheap.
jc5 A. BMVnrt.
1 1 m to.
Gorosr Church and Elm Street?,
Spring Lamb -Choice.
Bef and Mntton.
Spring Broilers, Dncklloga,
Sweetbreads and Calt's Liver.
Also Fresh Native Vegetables
In fall variety, and a fall line of .
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
Branch store at Woodmont, containing a
fall Hoe of the above goods.
TELEPHONE CALL SCO.
IAS1B1N CROSBY GO.
The Leading Bread Flour
of the World
Wholesale Agents, :
239 State St., New Haven, Ct,
Big Bargains in Meats
i tiiS WEEK. ;
CHOICE lee Lamb only lio ; bst Chickens
10 and 12c ; exria nice taVs 100 ; turkey,
iu and 12o ; Bn-i Corned Bef So lb.
We sell everything to suit you in the meat
ne. Give us a trial and we guaraatee aatlafac
lon. Kespect fully,
K. 80HOENBERQEK ft SON,
1, 8, S Central Market,
1 elsohone 430. Coniresa avenue.
0. I. WELCH & SOU
. 100 cases Baked Beans,
10c can, $1.15 doz.
The tbive are largest f lzd ears and Sheet
qaallty packed. Bemamber only
10c for large oan.
yew Potatoes, ' sl
ICO bbls finest stock. .
. .Only 3Ue peck.
First lot of K'ps Watermelons.
Fine Rips FLORIDA PINB1FPLES,
3 for 25c.
Considering the quality tiny are cheap.
Have yon tried oar
23c lb, 41 lbs Tor: $1.00.
The qaalityof this fatter finer than aver.
Fancy f nil OreaftiCaee'e lio lb
Finest Wax and. Siring Baana 0o quart,
S5o peok. ,
50 boxes extra fine Lemons, "nbeap.
Headqaarters for all kinds Fruit Jrs.
0. M. WELCH & SOS,
8 and 30 Congress Avenue,
Branch, 8 Grand avetra.
Jaly 1, at 175 Campbell ave. , West Haven.
am ' T J" 11 1 1 '
PKKSI'KI Tl V K, M A'I'll EM ATKri, , ',,
V. It. IU N K V, nil nmroh Wr,
Hartford nlht'e, !SM Mulii sireut, Aildrt-V
letlim to New Hnven oWne. sulft ly
SCHOOL OF MUSIC,
1KI ( Impel Htlret. '
Tliormnrh inimical etluuutlun after the moth.
ot of fnreiniwt. Knropiiiii I'on.ervutnrle..
Violin, riiinn, ili'Man, Hlna-lnu, Hole, flnrt.
nnetut, t'lirni't, Kreoeti Horn, Viols, 'Cello,
Double Hum, Muiiilnlln, Itamlurrta, llnrniony
and KiiiumiiIiIc l'lu linr. liiHtrnrtlnn .ImkIc or
in ciiuuiih, Apuiieanu rvcpivoa aaiiy rum u
Jo I sail 4 to i u, in.
781 CH A PliL 8TIIKET.
faints. (Oils, m.
No form of friction trlea the (bundle, proper
tii of a paint morn than uoii
U. S. N. DECK PAINT
Has stood this tct ami Is TcooirnV.t'd as the
only floor conllnir that bus proven sutlHliu'torjr
for IhiIIi lanlile Htat oiitsltle wesr. h. 1 iiumIo
In Varnish, dries hard over nlnlil with a High
liloss. Fursnlu liy
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
3$6-398 State Street,
THE FINEST LINE
t WALL PAPERS
AT LOWEST rUIL ES, OX EXHIBITION AT
The Broadway Wall Paper Store.
Come and ojiimlno our (roods nnd yon wftl
bo surprised at our prices lor beuulirultoift.
E. R. JEFFCOTT.
fAIXTINO nnitDECOHATTN'G In sll their
several Iwsnohea done well uml liromntly.
Estlumtts ,-iven. x . a It. JE1 KCOTl'.
561 Elm Street, corner of York.
Handsomely Trimmed Bonnets and Bound
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Miss A. V. Byrnes,
1132 Chapel Street,
Secoqd door above) York at wet.
The New Haven Havings Bank.
HUE semi annual nieetinr or in. Bo.rd of
J 1 ru tws of the New Haven-wluK) Bui
will ba held at IhebiLnklntr hO".e, No. Miumngi
street, on Friday, June ill 1894, at 8 o'clock p.
m., for the purpose of declaring a semi-annual
dividend. spoolMing auditors, and tor doing any
other bustutss proper to he dene at said mating.
ENY D. WHITE, Clerk.
New Haven, June il, 1894. !lR';,i "
A FRIEND IN N.EED
DR. SAVTKET, , .
m i n a..l...n
Jt iepnreu mini ino recipe ui m, Diej'i'i-'.
8weet of Connecticut, tho ifreat Natural I lone
Bettor. Has been used lor more than fiO ypnif
ulid Is the best known remedy for ltlieii mu
tism, NournViu, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, t uts
wounas una an external injuries.
C. H. CONWAY, Proprietoi
Sole A g 3.nt.
STEAM CARPET CLEANINI
128, 130 and VM Water Street,
Conn. Steam Carpet Cleaning Co.'
P. O. Box 6TJ. Orders by mall will reoelv
p ompt Rt.trntlnn.
G.B. SWAIN. V.W.LOWDEN.
ap30tf . ..
" IDEAL STONE,"
JL slduwalks, driveways, mill, shop and barn
floors, oellnr uottoms, ourbingr, eoplntr, et(!.
AU orders promptly executed and satisfac
tion guaranteed. - -. - ' .,
A. D. FANSLOW & CO.;
xchnnge Building, Iloom Vi,
JalS tf (P. O. Hon 85g) Sew Haven.
COMPRESSED AIR -
Carpet Cleaning Works,
WILLIAM F. KNAPP & CO.,
Proprietors, . .i 3- . ( '
106 Court St., New Haven, Cfc
Work done at short notice. ' mli28 tf
NEW TICKET OFFICE.
RAILWAY and Steamship Tickets to a
points. Staterooms ana Berth secure!
in advance. Baggage checked through.
Marin Line Tick its t Now York.
Agent for Hcniy Gnze 4s tions' Tours. .
69 CENTER 8THBET,
Telephone call 407-4.
L. W. ROBINSON,
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No. 760 CHAPEL STREET;
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162 ORANGE . STREET,
(Near Caurt street.) Telephone Wo. 857-3
852 Chapel Street.
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WITH THE CBLIBBATSP .; ';' - ,
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' -DrlVen wells specialty. Engineers' 8nppHe. rlisi
class work guaranteed. Factory work solicited. Person
sl attention given to modernizing defecttvIlnmb!g.
SHEAHAN Sb GROAW
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