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SEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1894.
Mas!
8 Cent
Eight cents will buy
almost anything in our
WashG-oodsDepartment
"Monday and Tuesday
Creponettcs tliat were i8c.
Llama Cloths that were 12
Satines that were 25c.
Outings that were i2c.
Silkolines that were 25c.
Tycoon Repps that were 15c.
Stripe Duck that were i.Jc.
Fine Ginghams, were 1 2c.
All together on coun
ter at 8 cents a yard.
The first to come will
get the (ftoica
Extra force of salespeople. '
62 tb 768 Chapel Street.
Day.
K0AL.
I am now delivering Koal in bags and carried into
the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid
all dirt and tray of
W. F. GILBERT,
65 Church Street, opp. Postofflce, 89 to 91 Railroad Avenne.
Canned and
9 At this time every year we
fcyou cood for PIES? Let me
rwe oirer this wees:
, Gallon Can California Peaches, SOo per can.
Gallon cans Baldwin Apples, 85o psr oan.
8 lb osiib Peaches, Pears, Aprloots, Cherries, 15o p can.
8 lb cans Beet Pompkin and Bqoaah.
DRIED
Evaporated AppUs,
Evaporated Apricots,
Evaporated Peachca,
Native Strawberries we receive every morning, at the
BOSTON GROCERY, N.
926 Chapel Street, corner of Temple.
Telephone 450. ,.v I., f
A Branch Store and Market, 1 231 Chapel jtreet.
JAPANESE DAUTSU BUGS
In n-Hflr-tafll d art cm a anfl fiolnriniyss. also ftfirfAnt hn-nlfls
of the most celebrated Hags at the Vienna Oriental
Rug Exhibition. These goods can be', bought at a
very small traction of the cost of the originals. Over
25 patterns in 9 by 12 feet; other tsizes in proportion.
The New Haven Window Sliade Co.
Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Drapery Groods
' Shadings, etc. ''f-'" ; " ;
- oo70-7a oh-lKtcsusi sTXtTErx1.
;.-'' - Op Monday and Saturday ETwrfngi.' -
SPECIAL DESIGNS :
And Hangings for CottagerDraperJes;i- Uks, Jilns
lins, Oriental Rugs, Mats, Window .Shades,; Table
Ajxd. Stand Covers, Floor Oilcloths. , ; - ?.
THE HOHE DRAPUEY COm
.; r i-r . I 694 CHAPEL STREET. &S?
CALIFORNIA
OLIVE OIL.
CALIFORNIA
OLIVES.
Twalva. 8 gallon kRi of California Ollvra
S.v.o eaae. of California Oil Oil q'a.
W belltva tb.M to b the Aral CaHtor
ula Ollvts and California OllvaOUtvar
offered (or rata Id tola oily
Tba absolute parity, weight and flvo
( Ih Oil, apurlur la all ripou to lost
prodatwd la 6jIb, l tba claim tdvanod
by tbam.k.rof th.Otl
Tbty bars com. torn dlreot from In.
producer, tod we bop. that tbey will mac
a market for t.t.ivta on tbalr mtrlk,
S!90O DILLON'S OF
Port, Sherry, Angelica, Muscat
and Catawba Wines,
Jat noilTfd dlr.et from California,
tl CO FEB GALLON.
Son la tb lot very old,
California Claret,
$3.50 per dozen quarts; 33o for dczsn
pldfor tb.bottlr..
Imported Sherry Wine)
BBJKI7I0 DIBSCr,
(3 00 nd $100 pr gallon-bath lemark
. abl. valna.
Imported Oporto Por
RECEIVED DIRECT,
M OO and $6 00 pr gallon-will inrprlt
good lodges.
ieboticbaner Lager
$1 00 per d rou. -Bohemian
Liger,
f 1 00 p di z n.
W are aole igsnts for tbtlr talt In New
-" ' Haven. " '
District of New Haven, n. Probate Court, I
JuoSlf, 18W. f
ESTATE Of TB world Mart NT1H?
AH"Tr of New Haven, In said district,
a-mgnin debtor.
The voluntary assignment of the aaid debtor,
having been lodged m this office for record and
the probate thereof, and William a Wright, of
aaid New Harm being in said assignment nomi
nated a trustee for said estate, therefore
ORDEItED That the 2Uth day of Jnne,
1884, at in o'clock forenoon, be, and the same is,
hereby assigned for a hearing on the approval of
Md p I o-m trustee i and that all jieraons in
terested therein may have notice- to ap)ear, if
they see cause, and be heard thereon, this court
directs that this order be published three times
in a newspaper having a circulation in said pro
bate district, before said time assigned for said
bearing A. HKUuN KOBtBTfON',
1W at Judge.
DENTISTKX.
G. II. Gidney,
797 Chapel
(Street,
Norib side, door below Orange.
Dentistry in all Its branches. Price the lowest
eoualitcnt with, flr.t-claj. WW-. . i ,, t . . ..
Dried Fruits.
are often asfced : What hare (
tell you a few of the things .
FRUITS.
I Baapbmlflfc
arp-e Pitted Cbsrrlai,
California Prunes. ;
A. FULLERTQN, Prop.,
MI.MATIHK ALMANAC.
JLXBSi.
Kl'K HlSEa, 419 I MotlX HUKa, I KlON WaTI.
BlliffcW, 1:3 UM 3:00
I)KATI18.
CKANSIrW-At Ml. dnnel. Conn., June CI,
KIIm A. Tmtlo, aaed nyeara,wl(nuf JiwepU
A. limniilw,
FuiH'ial rrnin her late nvidi-ne Tueailay af
lerniNin at Uu'vlm-k. Id lallVM miiU frlrndit
are nwpiiutfully iiivitui 10 Mtend, lit
KKI.I,tii',u-lu niiltluiura. JuuuU, F. Dwtjrht
ki'lliwir. '
Kiiiicti-iti . rvlcm wilt be held from the Orand
Avt'iiux I'oiiKniiniliinal i htin h on Tueeday,
June Mth, nl 6 11 rliH-k p. ill. Ki lntlvw and
ti'li'inU are luvitni to alteud without fur
ther uotlitv. ,
MAHIK LIST.
(j$T PORT OP UrTw HAVEif. t$ffc
AKIIIVKK. , ;
8ch Irene, Mlnly, N. Y., Iron.
CLMIIKD.
R b Carrie E. Wrlalit, Turner. N. T.
TOO WARM
PO talk bargulns. Cull at
J . MAI.UiUVS,WIOnmre.
Ooo1a talk fur tlieiiwlvce. Ji2i'll
""KKKKTIw.irLYI.
I ( KPEHH V street, l HiM.r, H riKium, all mo-
" di-rn liiipruvcuit'iils; rent ( IS.
JO It K. M.VM.EV.
FOKKKXT,
CIIOHK eollnae, roins; partly fiirnlhli
' liriil lucutlun In Snvln Uixk; Hiiilili'-cnrrliiKo
iiIIil IuhI. (Ji S5 10 U. MAI.LKV.
KK UK TIM. .H'iTy J."
CKIHNEH Vuik uud South: U rooms; rhenp
' rent. Ui"H) K. MALLEV.
KKKKTILL ,11 IY 1.
K( OAltllKN slnt't, whole bouse: S rooms;
nil mudcrn coiivcnUiii'in; n ut f35.
Ji25 11 E. MALLBV.
KOli SALK,
rilllf wk, n tlnit-i'lMss rosuiiirnnt which Is
1 dolmr a kikhI liusiiivsH, 'ilio reason for
st'lllnir. Kiiing out of town. Address
Ji'JuJi; k t)., this ofnce.
FOll SALE
T7INE bulldlna bt, near electrlo oan and de-
pot ; must b sold at once and at a
great
bargain, aaoress
JeWSit
V.O.B X778.
FOR SALK.
TI-VE Munvllloi Iluilltiy family carriage;
style, extension top surroy; also top
buggj-, sumo make. Callnt
010 O1LVS0E STUF.ET,
JeSigl Al ter B p. in.
KOIt SALK.
riWO pony outllts, handsomo bay cob, 13
X hands, perfect in smldle or harness; fush
loimlile cart and harness, nearly new; also buy
Shetland, cart und harness, tine for children.
Addi-ess ItOX 2-i,
ja5 7t . Humilen (Contervlllu) Conn,
"TI KX IX"
ND help naturo out when she is hard
. pushed mid hasn't nmlsturo enough to
go around. Hejoico to see vegetation leap
und(T the graeehil Imth from that "Saltou
stnll" 4-ply hose bought of
L1NSLE7, BOOT & CO.,
Je 25 27 20 Si Brondway.
"XOVA SCOTIA"
(1 RINDSTONES, Single or mounted. You
X- know they're the best that grow.
L1NSLEY, BOOT CO.,
je2j)27 29 33 Broudwuy.
"AVK SKLL" ' '
SCREENS for S) cts. Tho besst Screen fjoors
made complete with fixtures for Sl.flt).
"Wo make" and put in Screens fir 86 cts;
doors, $2.25. Shore cottages and restaurants a
specialty. LIX8LEY, BOOT & CO.,
je25 2" 29 i llrondway.
"L'aWN SPRINKLERS" o Cts.
n USE reels 75 cts. .il.25 ami $1.50. Hudson
Hose Menders. We're headquart ers on
this sort of Hosery. LIXSLEY, BOOT & CO.
jc25, 27. 29.
"HAY RAKKS" 20 Cta.
T'HRHE tine hay forks 40 cts., icyth and
smith il.25. MS1Y, BOOT & CO.
j( 25, 27, 211. '
CITY HANK OF NEW HAVEN.
Nkw Haven, Conw., Juno 25, 1894.
A Dividend of three dollars a share will be
payable to stockholders 'Of this bank on
the second day of Julv next.
Jt25 2t 8AMCEL LIOYD, Cashier.
. HERRMANN'S CAFE,
Grove Street, SAVIN ROCK.
QHOICEST brands of Wines, Liquors and
Cigars, constantly on hand. i 1
erruiunn's celebrated "Monopol Lager" In
bottles and on draught.
Ladles' Parlors second floor.
JULIUS HERRMANN,
Late of Turn Hnll,New Haven,
Je25hn Proprietor.
COMMITTEE ON STREETS.
THE Committee on Streets will meet in
Booms 10 and 11, City Hall, on Tuesday,
June 20, 1X84, at 8 p. m., for the purpose of con
sidering the following matters:
Petition for a grnntte block pavement in
Commerce street, between Congreas avenue
anj Temple street.
(Jjmmunication of His Honor the Mayor
recommending that Chapel 6treet bo widened
from York street, westerly; petition of E. L.
R. Thomson for the widening of Chapel street,
between York and Howe streets, and petition
for grading of sidewalks on same street be
tween York and Park strbets: -
Petition of the Levi C. Gilbert Co. for a
Belgium block pavement on East street be
tween Bridge and Water streets.. !
Petition of Peck Bros. & Co., et als., for
hardening of Chestnut Btreet, between Wooa
ter and Greene streets.
Petition of Frank S. Bishop, et als., for hard-,
ining of Lyon street, between Olive and Brad-,
loy streets '.' ,-t.
Petition' of Frank W. Foley for hardening"
of Blatchley avenue, between Pine and Clay
Petition of B. E. Baldwin for hardening of
Camel street, between Whallcy avenue and
Percival Btreet. . . "
Petition of Henry Strack et al., for harden
ing of Shelton avenue, between Munson street
and city lino. -
Petition of W. A. Bouton, ct al-, for harden
ing of Dixwell avenife between Munson street
and city line. 1
Communication of Board of PubllcWorkp,
recommending that a dimension block pave
ment be laid in Temple street, between Chapel
street and Congress a venue.
Petition of J. H. Mansfield, et al., for an
asphalt pavement in George street, between
Orchard street and Sherman avenue.
Petition of A. C. Benedict, et al for the
change of nnmo of Beynolds street to Maple.
Petition of C. N. Neuman. et al., for the
grading and curbing of Grant street between
Kimberly avenue and Railroad tracks. .
Petition of Carl A. Knoll, et al., for a sides
walk on Auburn street between Mulberry
street and Sylvan avemie.
Petition of Charles Mc Williams, et al for
resetting of curbs and cobble gutter in Collls
street between East and Franklin streets.
Communication of Board of Public worka
recommending that sums of money paid into
the city treasury for servlceB of that depart
ment be reappropriated for the use of the de
partment,ana that certain holder, of proparty
on Winchester avenue shall relay their walks.-
Petition of James lt.Lvon.etaL.for the trad
ing and curbing of Etigewood avenue,betwoen
iMOtt Bireev ana wesi river.
All persons interested in anv of the fnreo-n-
Ing are hereby notified to be present and be
beard thereon without further notice, i
Per order: DWIGHT W. BLAKESLEB,
Cbalrmam
Attest: ' ' ilMVAtllJ A. BTMKUTr,
ju84 2t. : ' Assistant City Clerk.
H. F. BLGGG & BR0.,
Cash w Credit i'n
HOME FURNISHERS, 'll :
699 Chapel Street, KawIam.Cc:!
;.' FUIt LINK OF ' "Z t
Foldlnn Beda, Prlor Furniture, Cjtrpejc,
Ollolotha, rd, Baby OarrlagsjB .
, Uttroa.es, Parlor 4 .--
'Cook Stove-, ' -.'.:-:':.
" Character is Credit. -
Btore opett fiLi.'to:S0p,m4'Bktni4ayMH)
Monday evenlnf to 9. - ; , ,
II. it. AU.VTKOXU CO.
Offering Horn Rperlally t in llrgln. In
Their Illg Htui k.
Jl. B. Aruislioiii; & Co. offiT aomo
pct'lnl baigulua In iiii'iieU mid furni
ture for the uext few tiny.. Tluy Inko
an inventory of their stock July Ut nml
iM-foie that tluw nil. who uoiuo will llud
(lint tht'lr money win bring omi renlly
extruordluHry Inirgnlim. Tliey offer mi
uspti'lully fine Hue of i ui mI. Iii till vn
rlotlc. The new outntiico on ('Impel
street lu Ki''t iiiiprovciiiont mid I ho
(ri'iieral atauilln); it ml orecllt of tho imuii
pnny la iuh Hint peoplu know Unit
what la iHirchnavd Is to lie relied ou us
MiiKwhut It la r piesenleil mid t lint
the runpo of the stock mid Ihu viirloty
of prlwa offered to (Uo pnlilUi innkn this
store moat doalrublo iiluco nt which to
trade.
tirr n. i hi.
The Company's Annual .Memorial Day
Yesterday.
The annual memorial day of the New
Haven City Guardi, Company T, Sec
ond regiment, was held yesterday. In
the morning the company attended
service at the Trinity German Evangel
ical Lutheran church on Georpre street
and wore addressed by Rev. J. E.
Tlmm, In the afternoon a deleKatlon
waa sent to the following cemeteries:
9t. Bernard, 8t. Lawrence. Maplednle,
Westvllle, Hamden and Grove street.
At 3:30. headed by the Second regiment
hand, tho actives, In company with the
veterans to the number of about forty,
decorated the graves In the Evergreen
cemetery. The line of march was
through Meadow street to George, to
i State, to Chapel, to Dwlght, to Sylvan
avenue, to the cemetery.
Following Is a list of the deceased
members burled in New Haven: Colonel
George A. Basaermnn, Private Charles
Nlcklas, Lieutenant Frederick Ploeger,
Privates Henry Leyerznph, Arnold
Boehm, Robert Hoppe, John Rattles
dorfer, George Klmpher, John Schatz,
Charles Davis, AYllllam Jtumpf, Martin
W. Wldmann, Louis TVldmann, John
Knpmayer, Henry Haury, Henry
Knapp, George Koch, George Blmmlor,
Henry Etiglehart, Fred Goetz, Edward
Kahn, Conrad Winter, Jacob Rlngwald,
David Klttler, Frederick Hartung; Mu
sicians August C. Blenner, Frederick
Meyer, Privates Frederick Porth. John
Knecht, Captain Frank W. Tieslng,
Privates John Munz, John Hoftmnnn,
William P. Southlngton, Captain Chas.
Ruickholdt, Sergeant Peter Sclaefer,
Privates Jacob Schlaefer, Henry Bre
thauer, Lieutenant Charles Katsch,
Private Charles F. Slnsig, Colonel-Sergeants
Charles Mayer, Mitchell Gorris,
Privates August Wallhoefer, Richard
Ellsner, John Herrman, Joseph Schwab,
Charla Wilier, Krd Reiser, Paul Kurtz,
JosepH Boesa, John Feltung. First Ser
geant Israel Bretzfelder, Privates Adam
Rider, Edward Dryfusa, Conrad Speiss,
John Schleger, Frank Moesbrouck, Ju
lius Lohse, Henry Haesche, Herman
Kautz, Chris Klump. .
The following.are buried out of town:
Corporal Frederick Schlaeger, HarU
ford; Privates:John Schlaefer, Bridge
port; t Alfred ) Hough, Bridgeport;
Charles Groll, Southlngton ;Albert Froe
bel, Southlngton; Jacob Meyer, Bristol;
Charles Messlnge, Merirten; Dennis
Qarrlpgton, :; California; Oswald
Esc.herlch, Chleago, IU.;Gotlleb Marks,
Ohio; Albert Wtok, New York; Anthony
Adams, New 'York; William Meyer,
Virginia; Joseph Kegelmeyer, John
Lelhkam, Charles Stelnetz, Frederick
Schoenbein, at Arlington, Heights, "Va.;
Peterson, Bridgeport.
The graves of Colonel Daniel Klein,
Privates JacoW Frlnk, Charles Kersten
and George NIchtern are unknown.they
having died' during the war.
, The following have died during the
past year: Major Carl Engcl, Private Z,
Rleger, Musician G. J. Schnee, Pri
vates William Vogt, Moses Greenbaum,
Charles Hollingree, Josph Sohader, Au
gust Rigel. .
Bridgeport Concert Saloons.
Bridgeport.June 24. The Rev. Joseph
Pullman of tho1 First Methodist church
of this city preached a sermon to-night
at his church in which he made a severe
ftttack upon t he common council of tho
oity for permitting the concert saloons
to continue.
Burglary In Stratford.
Bridgeport, June 24. The residence
of.. William.. Merritt hi Stratford was
broken into by burglars last night and a
quantity of silverware was stolen. This
afternoon a colored man was arrested
In Milford on. suspicion. He will be
brought here to-morrow for examina
tion, '
BT BISHOP TlEJtNEY,
HBO Children Confirmed at St. John's
R. C. Church,
. Confirmation services were held in
St. John's church yesterday afternoon
at 'which Bishop Tlerney officiated.
About 250 children were confirmed. In
the evening a yery enjoyable reception
was tendered the bishop by the St
John's Young Men's club at their club
rooms on Ward street. The lawn was
brilliantly lighted up with Japanese
lanterns and the parlors were beauti
fully trimmed with potted plants and
smilax. Large numbers were present
during the evening and were presented
to the bishop, who sat in tho center in a
rnised'chalr, by President J. ' J. Bren
nan and Vice President Robert Keating
oftheolub.
,The Governor's Foot Guard orchestra
discoursed pleasant music, and a well
selected program of solos and songs was
given by members of the club, who also
acted as ushers. Among those present
were:' Sheriff Brannieau, John HcFar-
Iand,' Detective Sergeant Reiily, Mr.
and Mrs. Kelly,- Miss Shanley of Anso
nia, Mr; Criddle, Miss O'ConneU, Miss
Maud, Reilly,; ithe Misses Taylor, Daniel
Kelly, Newbtiryport, Mass., Miss Leon
ard,' jWiss Hayes, James E. McGann,
Miss Kenyon, Hartford, Miss Jennie
Lines; - - -
" ' ,' f Will Not It Him Retire. . .
1 Rom, June - 24. Genera 1 Mocenni,
minister of war, has resigned from the
cabinet, but, the king has refused to
let im retire. Mocenni was insulted
by Slgnor Imbrlani, the radical leader,
during a debate In the chamber on June
15 anj he wished to be relieved of his)
office so as to be free to challenge ln
branjji ' . ;
, , . j 'i i '
Buret Won the Gold CUp.
.Paris, June 24. The twenty-four hour
bicycle rpea fop the gold cup -was won
by Huret, who. covered -739 kilometres,
6,mtr .- n ' - - - v -r
OrKH TWO IIVXOHKO HEAD.
tirml Lou at Ufa liy Mlna Kpki.lnB
Wein.n Around th I'll.
London, June The further eaplor
atlon of the Pont-y-frldd mine, In
which an explosion occurred yesterday,
ha shown that th- dlaaater waa far be
yond anything Imagined last night. The
number of dead la 25 L The original
report that only i!0i) men were In the
mine was due to u misunderstanding
on Ihe part of the manager, who
thought a shift had Juat coma up.
Many of th dead bodies wcro mangled
beyond recognition.
Crowd, of women still surround the
pit, awaiting news from huslutnda und
brothers. Exploration of I lie mine la
slow and difficult, owing to the block
ing of ihe gullerlca with wrcckugo and
dead horses.
Only Hi" l lillil Saved.
New York, Juno 2t. Tho Brooklyn
police telegraphed pollco hi-aduuartcra
to-night that a "loop eupsl-cd In Go
wannua CannL It contained three
men. two women and a child. Tho
child waa rescued, the others were
drowned. It la supposed that the sloop
came from New York.
Don't Believe Tlutt llluck llau Knt Young
Pickerel.
While tho big hikes still remain the
fuvorlt fishing resorts In New
Jersey, the smaller lakes In Sussex
county really afford the llvllest sport.
Black bass were placed In nearly all
theso smaller bodies of water a few
years ago, and as they propoguto fast,
were left alone and were well pre
served. They are now very abundant
and an easy prey for the expert fisher.
The only trouble with the black bass
came from tho chnrge that they con
sumed the young pickerel and so In
terfered with the pickerel pond. J.
Britten Hendorshot, who has recently
been appointed fish commissioner for
this county, und who Is an exceedingly
clever angler, denies this statement.
He snys he examined a great many
black bass, and while he found In their
stomachs perch, sunflsh and the little
shiner, he never discovered a pickerel.
Ha does not believe the bns:i Interfere
with the pickerel market.
A Young Idea Shoot..
(From the t'hlcngo Tribune.
"Gold is a precious metal," explained
the professor, "because of Its scarcity.
AH tho gold now In use In the world,"
he added, referring to a memorandum
on tho fly-leaf of the text book he was
using, "according to trustworthy esti
mates, could be put within the walls of
a room twenty-four feet square."
"So could all the silver In the world,"
suggested a little red-headed boy In the
class, "If you make the ceiling of the
room high enough."
The State Department Shocked.
Fnom the Wnshidgton News
Secretary Morton has annihilated one
of the' traditions of the Agricultural
Department, and has encroached upon
a time-honored custom In the "Foreign
Office" ef the Government. Some time
ago Mr. Morton noticed one of his
clerks copying a letter In script. He
wondered why the rapid type-writer
process had been abandoned In favor
of the slow method involving the use
of the pen. He asked the clerk why he
didn't adopt the quicker way.
"Oh,'' said the clerk, "that would
never do. This letter goes to the State
Department, and BUCh correspondence
is never carried on except with the
pen."
The practlcal-mlnded secretary look
ed aghast for a moment and then gave
his orders. . ,
"You may as well throw that pen
aside right now," he said, "and, cus
tom or no custom, In the future you
will write all letters by the machin,
whether they go to tho State Depart
ment or elsewhere."
The result was, the State Department
was shocked by receiving an official
letter written in the same style that a
merchant would order a stock of
goods. ' But the State Department has
no typeWrltefs for olFlctal correspond
ence. The foreign officers of other gov
ernments wouldn't know what to think
if It should receive a printed communi
cation, and it is not likely that this
Government will soon break through
the custom that Is about universal.
Is obeip, bnt w have some 300 or 400
paira that we curried over from last teason
and propose to olose them ont at the above
prloep regardless of cost,
Qn lale Friday. May 85th.
, '""X' Also one case
ltdis' SUO Patent Leather Oxfords
. Widths O-ndD,
92 cents.
A. GREENWOOD,
; 77$ Chape. Street
Call apd ate'BHKPP'8 f BOTObBAFBB OF
THE W0BLD a4 WOBLD'8 F-XB that ws (In
- :F0E A
2Rc;ii IT state.
f ntTilii ti It7i np Iria.it.
M Bolldlii lata ea Mala, fooa tal a, Wr
rrtMpaet, WUlard, AWoa, karsrtl aa.
LLiUMra '-ir-a(rMi la Wml
.,., for ) at prtea ri Irea twatoua
atapwaqii-rafoot. Kow la tb Urn. t bay
roi p-rUouW., oalloa or adaraa
If. C PardM,
II tf 1M fimnu-a wmi Wm.III
FOR KENT,
Bouas oa Dliwoll avaaua, I rooms,
modara Improvement., V ft oioath.
MESWIH'8 BEAL ESTATS OrilOt,
TM Ckapal atfMt,
F0KSALE OK KENT,
Hmiu cnir Dwlght strMt .od E1raweod
r.n. auiMbl t"t oa or two fauillM i
good lot ; prlca low.
CI I AS. D.NICOLLACO.,
SI Church (traet (Reaedlct Bulldlaf), Boom IS.
K.enlng. from T to .
FARM WANTED.
f3
City property will b eicbaafed for a
farm with or without buildings.
B. E. Baldwin.
1S Chapal ftraat
FOR SALE,
HOD!! Attn LOT,
78 Hll tlin "TRBET.
Lot U 00x112.
Inquire of
S. B. 0VIATT.
87 Church .traet
Piyitf
FARM WANTED,
With .took and tool.. In exehsnca for a
nearly now Iwn famlljr hmuw wllb modern
coo ven ocr. wr II located sad Bear bona
cam. Inihi. city.
For full pinliMilar, permit to see house, eta.,
pleas, call or adarew
Oeorge A. Isbell,
TsT Chapel itra.', Kew Haven, Conn.
LARGE HOUSE
AT MORRIS COVE.
Lot 100x260.
FRONTING- ON SHORE
Real Estate for .ale.
A br!ck house on Orange street, $13,000
centrally looted,
Desirable boas?, with bam, oa
large corner lot on Whalley
avenne,
$8,000
Corner lot on Shelton avenae, $15 foot
Bsantifal lot on Wlnthrop ave
nne, 40x134, near electrlo
cars, $30 foot
Cheap lot lot on Goodyear street,
40x125 feet, for $300
Money to loan at 5 per cent.
,F.
Real Estate and Flnanoial Agent,
Room 17, Exchange Building.
121 Church Street.
Jn16
FOR S&LE IN BROOKSV&LE
In the Town of Cheshire, Conn.,
IO Miles from the City of New Haven,
Eft Within fire minutes' walk of the station
;Jj on the New Haven and Northampton Rail
!L road, with mora than XOi acres, divided
into plow and woodland, cumm-ndiog a deilitht
f ul view by reason of alevaiion abeva the lands
adjacent the'eto.
A most detlrable home, liberal and conven
ient ; in excellxnt condition ; three capacious
narns for hay and st'icfr, with woodboufce, heD
nary aad lea house filled ; a never-failing spring
furnisbisg an abundant supplr of water, clear
and cold, tor both dwelling and barn. ; not less
than 250 trees of "grafted fruit," bearing choic
est of apples, pears, lo. ; near several cottagr
built by Brooklyn citizens : a splendid farm and
bautlful summer resort united. Part of pur
chane money can remain on mortgage. Will ex
change for central city property. Inquire of
W. P. NILES, Attorney,
23 Exchange Building,
je2 St . ' . New Haven, Conn.
I Mist:
YOD who are looking for a Building Lot on
whioh to build for a home,
INTE8TIGATE
The Building Lot. bounded by
Orange, Edwards, Livingston
and Canner atreets.
THEY ABE
The Cheapest for the Money,
The Most Desirable,
(AND, MORE IMPORTA! 'T THAN ALL,)
The Healthiest
In the city of New Haven. (Statistics will bear
out thi. itateaient.) For sale by
BEECH ER'S EXCHANGE,
Room No. 5, Lydn Building,
JeS 769 Chapel Htreet.
BONDS AND STOCKS.
8 .hi N. T., N. H 4 Htfd. BR. do. stock.
0 sbs Southern New England Tel. Co. stock.
K shs Rome, Watartown & Ogdensburg RB,
IS aha N. Y. A New Jersey Tel, Co. stock.
100 Bights to subscribe for New Stock of the
New Haven Water Company. 1
For sal. y J : . ,'
. w.
INVESTMENT BROKERS,
84 Center Btreet
Z'Stanta.
One Out a Wurl em h lii.rrtloii, llvl
eenu a Word for a full Week, aevat
Utile,
t I'ltaiTHiSaa ,u,li nr Iron In I
mi.Vf.VAX AVCSI'B.
WAYI'Kli,
SIITATb IV by n r.-.i'i,ihle irlrl aa emp.
I -ni i.Mik, i r cm K.i.h ii, 1. 1 irim. r.itf
. I' '' " - ' ' A w Sl 1: aTllhtX
WAMKli,
SITCtTlilNH by limit uud wife in hnlel .
rl.llt h.itl-r lini'tt had rklii'rlrnr. ttllil ,lt
raimlilr iii all I.ibih hi ; .. u.iiuio l.iL-l. ri i'd
u--- r.'irr. n. Ai'dn-M
. 1' 11 L. M. s.. "rn.-f.
WANTI l,
niMI'KTKNT f.niiKii-.Hn. Apply a
"I. in illW. hi Mill Itl.V.
.J1- H! -'. t Wliilni)' avenue,
' WAVfKI),
T artrl. place to iiike can- of Iwhe. .A'Wr.i
j.li: .HiAVpilli:i.l'.
" WANTKII,
VTllieNi wlluvriilnisii:il, n sii-ady, r II
al'li iniiti ut puiiilrr and Jul'lM-r ; mmi.
! II lllKli t in it whi.rnii v.. mi l Mi' Hi Illl.i1
riiliuil i'iii.u) iii.'iil ilii. nir miind. JiiiU
WAMTKIi.
SITUiTir! hv romi rtent lrl In areosd wort
or I'tht houaewor. Iininire
J?.; if.F-xL' V 'STREET.
WANTKIl,
SITUATION hy an tprlencw1 person ioent
.h and Iron, nr nuuwwom ; noobj. ild
lu country ; good refsrr Imiulra
, i-iii'l ,ll'.y'I?.'lf:.f:L
W ANTKIiT
TCAN recommend a nlon, Inirllliren north 4
Irelanl itlrl t ,r v.iutr.l h,tit..,.plr In Itm
Ilf of ajulu ; caa be uwn iO in u.
JfiMt Th.Qailnitton, I'l Yor lr
WANTED,
STORE room ; If wlihrut power, first floor I
Inner part of tbecpy. Adilrra.
J V O. D KAWe.lt 71. City.
WANTKIl.
nOUREWORK tirls, cooka, etc. i aUo lliu
alios, for audi.
j.a-JHt m COHHT BTREET.
waxtk'i.
"1 KST nrrvnnla. IjhIIi ."iiiisilliijr tii-lp should
J ) cull In re. 'I'hrrr Is un oilier wnv vmi run
tin iih well. IVi. have hrrn c-'lalillshiil hff.
yiiu-4. knmr and supply nil the bt.t, ii' Ip fov
nny kind of wnrk run alwnys beai-eiirrd here.
Wo utn Jmliriiiriit, ciiri'tu'lly selivtinir inilv
these Unit will dn tho wnrk roiiilrcd. KIikvI
nlllre. Iirst fHcllitli-i and Inriri et IiiikIiiiiw lu
New Knxlmid. Eill'LOVMKS T AtlKNCV.
dl i 7 ,i t Impel slrri't.
WAHTlill.
A SITUATION by a very competent girl te
do housework ; city references.
1 tlv alm a nice, amart. active ulrlwhowonlA
like to do llsrht bouaewnrk or second work. She
also understand, the care of children.
Bartholomew,
No 51 Orange street, Oauderrny' Old Stand,
UUsttUancotis.
FOK SALE.
JTV A Shetland pony, cart, harneef, Bid
idle, eto. Address
Jt-I P. O UKAW-B74, city.
Arrive S-turda. June 23.
eTV-w An extra line carload of horses heavy
tdraiiglii aod drivers. . F. BISHOP
CO , 41 Ueorge .treet. Je! 7t;
A 'oinparatiyel.v Nw
f AK bedroom suit (sixteenth century finish,
V J to oo tola at private sale at 3Vi mate .treat
JolO tf B. BOOTH.
Elm Leaves
FOR Commencement. Illustrated poems
Kims and Ureen fc'ast Hock Park. Laki
Whitney. At the principal book and art stoma
jelH 14 18 18 ) v2 as t
CLAIRVOYANT.
TJFAlilXfiS on nil Prlvnto and Hiisincsi
1 Mutters. MKDICAL. Woman's diseases,
t'olibllltatiou in pei-smi nr liv lelter.
MAUV.I. WKIOIIT. M. D..
np2S ly OIHce, Tom Im- lint el, 11H t limcli at,
3
gltal gstatc.
FOR KENT,
Eight rooms, modern improvements;
convenient to center of city. Inquire
je4 tf 3i EDOKWOuD AVENUE, j
EOB KENT, '
Suitable for manufacturing purposes, a
room about 80x90 feet, w. II Unh'ed on
three sides, oentraltv loi-ated. F.uqulrn of
Jc9it 8. H. OYlTT 87 Church St.
FOK 8 ALE, '
In Lake Place, two new brick houses,
t modern improvements, IX rooms ; also
budding lotB. J. D. PLUNKETT, ,
ap!4 tf 48 Church street, Boom 8. I
FOR RENT, 1
Society halls In Masonlo Temple, fur-'
nltibed, and janitor service.
f7 6m CHARLES WILSON, Agent, t
FOK RENT. I
First floor, house (1 William street, to
mall family. Inquire
)2i 3tt .0 WILLIAM STREET.
FOR RENT,
Five rooms, modern Improvement,
47 Third street,
je31 7tt first home from Howard ave.
Roulder-Crolt, 8hort Bech.
Hlx rooms suitable for houBekeepiag ;
select adults only. Address
jelO 7t FRKDWIL8QN.
FOK RENT,
Two good stores on Crown .treet; esq
be made into one if desired. Call on 01
address F. C. LUM,
m20 tf 97 Center street.
TO LET,
At Indian Neck, furnished cottacre of ten
;J rooms ; good bathing, extensive grounds,
sLshade, barn ; price 300. Addreea
WM. Bnx AN, Montowe.e House,
ap88 tf Brantord, Conn.
FOR RENT,
At "Sachem's Bead," Huiirord, Conn.,
fnnnlaharl nntto rra nt tun rtrmm Tnnttlpa
ilLof M. H. QOOil YEAR, 146 (leorge street,
JelO 7tt corner Congress avenue.
TO KENT.
M"Elm Arch," Woodbridge, Conn. : a
mr8t desirable summer r sloence, situated
on high ground in the best, moct attract
ive and healthful portion of the town, facing the
msin road to Seymour at its widest part, 't ele
phone or address either O. S MEBSH'K, New
Haven. Conn., or CHARLKS T. WALKKR.
j920 7t Woodbridge. Conn.
For ale to Close an Ex tate,
sa Cheshire Center, dellshtful residenct
tone acre of ground; beautltul location
barn, etc.; fine fruit of every cleHcrintton:
location unsurpassed' in the state: excellent
chance for a physician; quick ia e: $8 000.
- T TT1lv3M1tf
Je)2 7t 20 Benedict Builoint, City.
FOR SALE,
The double four-family frame hooa;
Kj'jj No8. 16 and S8 Sparry street.
. itents aw per monco.
Apply to
CHARLES H. WEBB,
880 Oli-pel Btrtab
(Monday and Saturday evenings).
FOR SALE,
Brick house. No. 134 Howe .treat, ft
ft
first-class condition, modern Improve!
meats ; terms easy.. ,
JOHN C. PUNDERF0RD,
116 CHURCH 8TREET.
BUY I BUILCIRG LOT
Haw While Prices Are Low.
Valuable Lots on Whitmy ivanne.
HANDBOME house on Whltaay arena. ;
bargala. Baal .state la all parta of th city,
EDWARD M. CLARK,
1 OHUBOH BTSIUtT, .
B7fWci7-. Boom IS.

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