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4 Grreat Sale of Wash Goods, Tills Time 5 Cents Will be the password to the following: FIXE SCOTCH GINGHAMS. Most of thm told nt 12 l-2ot some of tbcm at 25c, Your choice at 3c. BEST AMERICAN SATIXES, Thnt other itoreak 12 1.2e, Your choice ut 5c. BEAUTIFUL LLAMA CLOTH S4 That sold at 15c, Your choice at 5c. pRACEFUL CREPOXETTE CLOTH, Advertised us a big bargain else where at 12 1-2p, Your choice at 5c. THE WELL KNOWN OCTIXQ CLOTHS. Usually 10c and 12 l-2c, Your choice at 5c. TYCOON REfS, ' That sell In Fall season at 15c, Choose now at 5c. 6ILK0LINES, For draperies, usually sold at 10c and 12 l-2c, Sole price 5c. RED OUTINGS. Cannot be found less than 12 l-2c, Your choice 5c. BEST APRON GINGHAMS. Have sold thousands of yards at 10c. Your choice 5c. SPECIAL. American Flags in all sizes. NOTE : We close INDEPENDENCE DAY all day, and FRIDAYS during the Summer nt 1 p. m. ft? 762 to 768 Chapel Street. 3 koal: Urn now delivering Koal in bags and carried into ' the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid : " : all dirt and bny of W. F. GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opp. Postofflce, 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. ? SEASONABLE GOODS. Boned Chloken and Turkey, Whole Ox Tongue, Lunch Tongue and Ham, Potted Tongue and Ham, Boneless Ham. ' Lambs' Tongues, etc, Canned Salmon, Lobster, Deviled Crabs, Dunbnre Shrimps, Mackerel, Brook Trout, Sardines, etc. Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles, Chow Chow and Onions, Olives, etc, We call special attention for the next few days to our ; Berries and other Small Fruits. Also Bananas, Oranges and Lemons. . NY A. FULLERTON, Prop'r, , BOSTON GROCERY, 926 Chapel Street, corner of Temple, In original designs and colorings, also perfect copies of the most celebrated Rngs at the Vienna Oriental Rug Exhibition. These goods oan be bought at a very small xrabtion of the cost of the originals. O ver 25 patterns in 9 by 12 feet; other jsizes inproportion. TheNew Haven Window Shade Co. Carpets, Rngs, Mattings, Drapery Goods, Shadings, etc. 60-7O-7Q OZULXTO-Z STBISPT. Open Holiday and Saturday Evenings, ; ' r ' - ' OPECIAL DESIGNS lnd Hangings for, Cottage Draperies. Silks, Mus lins, Oriental Rngs, Mats, Window Shades, Table and Stand Covers, Floor Oiloloths. f ;v - ' , . THE HOZUE DRAPEBY CO. v , M C&AZEL CALIFORNIA OLIVE OIL. CALIFORNIA OLIVES. TweWs 8 gallon kegs of Csilfornt Ollm Bsvsaeaaea of California OllvsOII-q's. We bellsve thsss to bs tit first Calif Jt nla Oltrts and CallforVt OUvsOUsvsr offered for ! la this olty. The sbsolate parity, weight and flor ef the Oil, superior in all respsots to tbst produced Id Spain, Is the slalm advsnoed by the maker of the OIL Tbey bavs eomt to o direct from the prodnoer, sad s bop that tbey will make a market forjhemselveson tbelr merit. 8.800 GALLONS OF Port, Sherry, Angelica, felascat aud Catawba Wlues, fait rtoelved dlrtet from CsUfornla, $1.00 FEB GALLON. Some la toe lot Tsrjr old. California Claret, $3.60 per dogtn qntris; S5o per dczen paid for tbs bottles. Imported Sherry Wine, SBCKIVEO DIRECT, $3 00 sad $1 00 per gallon-both remsrk abls Tln. Imported Oporto Port, BECKIVED DIBEOT, $4 00 and $6 00 per gallon will snrprlw gooa juages. Llebotucbaner Lager, f I 00 per d ceo. Bohemian Lager, $1 00 per dosin. We are sol sgants for their tale. In New Haven. SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY of New Haven, Conn. 57th SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND. rpnr, iioara or Directors nave declared a qiviaena or a per cent., panablo July S, mt jy23t H. MASON, Secretary. WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW. Solicitor of (I. S. and Foreign Patents. Counsel in Patent Causes. OrnoEii NEW HAVEN, CONN., 70 Church Street. Booms 3 and 4. (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.) SPRINGFIELD, MASS., 317 Main Street. (Thursday, Friday and Saturday.) Eight years' experience as Examiner In IT. 8. Patent Ofrloe. Hefcrenees to New England patents furnished. STREET. Miniature almanac. Jl'LV 4. Bt'M Hue, 41 busbar. MlWS ("tT, cut I HlOH Watkh. II" DKATII. KOIIII-Im thlnciiy, July3. Jenetle B. Ford. Nnllcr ii riinoral innnili'r, imi.N'NKI.L-lii Ihw my, July M, Irene llrli'ii, uaiurlili'rurJaiiuwaiid Jvniila Iluc k. iniuiii r tH'iiiiiu-ll, virnl month and S day. The hiniTiil will uiltM plmwlrointue rddi'iiue ol hi r iHiri'iii., Nil, Si Ori'liard suevt, We. nwhiy, July ih, at 4 u. m. J r rR'H-tuili(iiily,. on 'Humility morn In if. July !U, IrtH, Kuilly M, KlU h. wife of lliu late William r'llt'liof thlavliy. Kiini inl wrvii'o at hi late residence, 1W (litinh mrwl, on Thursday artm-nimn, Sin lime., at 4 o'clock, llvlatlvi and friends aro Invlttxl. l . MAKIjs; LIST. rOUT OK NEW HAVES, fp; ' AUHIVID. 8rh John f. nnerlnif, Avrrv, riilla, coal KK. , Mi Ji lu N. liuddull, ilaiiMin, Huotlaud, Va., lumtiiT. Hch (JuurKu 11. Vralund, Abbott, Hlolimoiid, a., Iron, CLKAIIKU. A-h John I.. Trnat, I'araona, Tort Jefferson. K'h I'. T. Ilariiiim, Itlakp, do. do. Ht Lirnter A. Li-wla, llnrifiiw, N. IT. Iluruu N. It W. No. 8, Norfolk. CALL MAI.I.OIIVS, 141 Oninln; corn nnthlnjr to look; limy Hml what you want, jyiltt MOCKINd IIIKDS IOH sale, rull win it : alao tiilkltiir arrou. . Caiiai'los iKianlHl for the ainaon lit t.NSCOliH, the Hi iil .Man, JySntt 7UltatuBireet. BUY A BUILDING Now While Prices Are Low. CITY LOTS, SHORE LOTS, SUBURBAN LOTS. EDWARD M. CLAKK, 121 C'HL'UCH STHEET, EvcnliiK" 7 to 8 ItiMim IB. District, of Now Haven, aa, l'rolmto Durt,). July 1.Ihm. IT' STATE of EDWAKD L, Cool) V KA It, lato 1 J ul North Haven, tu said iltntrkt, Uc c;tllHiMl. Tlu t'ouit of Probatfl for tlio District of New llnvcii hath limited ami allowed six months I'nmi thn date heri'of Tor the creditors of snlil estate to exhibit their ejaims for si l tleineitt. Tboae who neglect to present their uccountu, properly altvsted, within aaid time will bo debarred a rioovery. All peiKoim in debted to said rHUto are requested to unite iiuiiiedliitu payment to JULIA A. GOODYEAIt, Jy4S!dlw Exwutrlx. CURNEN'S CAFE, Rajlroad Grove, Savin Rock, MAS risen like a honlx from its ashes. IhoroiiKhly renovatiHl and repaired, santeiit place on the shore. Full line of choicest brands of Witios, Liquors, linger Uevr and tlnr, always on hand. , . MICHAEL CUHNRN, 3.v 1m Proprietor. District of New Havon, ss. Probate Court,) TnSTATK of THE WORLD Jmuc'aNTi'LE: ji AUMi or ftcw Mavcn, In said district. asAbrnlnir debtor. The Court of Probata for th itlatrlnt nf New Haven hath limited and allowed tlirue momns rrom tne aale hereof for the creditors of said estato, represented insolvent, in which to exhibit their chums thereto; and has ap pointed J. Birauy Tuttleand JameaD. Dewell, 3r., coinmissloners tii receive and examine Sinn claims ; ana nas Tiaifrea that said com inlssloners meet at the rrllice of Jamna I). Tlew. ell. Jr.. 153 Church street, in srIi! New Haven on the third of September and October, ut 10 v.m in .H.iuiTllunll VI WHU1 HUU III1VS, for the purpose of intending ou the business ui duiu npiiuiutuieili. Certified from record, TIMOTI1T K. CALLAHAN. Dlevt All persons Indebted to said estate are re- qnesiea to rnaxe lmmeainte payment to Jy4 3t WM. A. WlfldHT. TruBtoe. THR SEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK, INTEREST at the rate of four percent, per annum will be credited depositors for the Six months ending June IWtb, IBM, on all sums entitled thereto not exoeedlnu' two thousand dollars, and at the rate of three per oerit. per annum ou ma excess oi two caougana aonars. n.u.KI .n ..A ..ln T..1.. HA 1 QflJ The bank will be open for business as usual Monday, July 2d, and deposits made ou or be fore July 10th, 1RM. will draw interest from jiuy 1st', iiuuwii a. aauws, 'treasurer. New Haven, June 20th, 1604. e80t COMMISSION BUSINESS. We offer our services to the publlo to buy and sell Horses, Carriages; Harness, eto., oo oom- mission. Our ezperlsnoe and extensive aaqualatance enable us to buy and sU well. Business sollcl- ed. Bespectfully, W. & B. FCOTE, apMtf 480 HTATH! HTRWWT. la obeap, but we ham som 800 or 400 pairs that wa esrrled oyer from last season and propose to close them oat at the abort pnee, reganuees or oost. On sale Friday, May 85th. Also one ease Ltdiss' Sf.EO PauitUathsrQM Widths OandP, - . . 92 cents. A. B, GREENWOOD, , 778 Chapel Street. r Call and Me 8BBFF'B PHOTCK.BAPH8 OF THE WOULD aod WORLD'S FAOt that ws te ELY'S Cream Balm Is quickly ' bssrtwd. Qeansestbs Vssal Passages, Allays Ma aa Heals tat Rons, rrotecti tba . Hembraae f rem , AddlttanlOoM. Bestonathe Veaaee ef Taste and aawll.; IT WILL OtTBB. A psruele t arptiM bm tack aostrli aasMs afreaaWty. FriosM teats at In-' eer Bn. SLTBBuT&XnL ear wrw. - s warreastvKevTork j FOB A Laflf'sTairDoiplaO CATARRH B ssMssMBHaswssiSMsMssilillHB Si ia i sr aa w ut j DEBS APPEARS CONFIDENT. (continued front first (tags.) No Trains Itutinliif . Ulsr, Uaho, July 1 Union Paoino mon at Pocalello, Olenn's Krr, Hunt Ingdon, Caldwell and Montpeller hav struck and no l rains are running except on tho branch lint from hero to Nunipa. Attorney Kdln haa procurea a restrain ing order from Judtte Ileatty'a court similar to that granted for the Northern Paclflo 'road, and Marshall IMnkham will start out on ths road to enforco the order and run trains. Cut the Air HrakM. Bt. Paul, July The llurllngton pas senger train for Chicago and Hi. Louis was stopped at Westminster street In the east Bt. Paul yards this morning. Two men Jumped on the train and cut the, air brakes and an xploelve of some kind was thrown under the engine, blowing out the cylinder heads. The train cumo to a stop, and u few minutes later a Northern Piiclllo train euine from behind at full speed. A collision was averted by the prompt action of tho engineer, who Mopped hia train within elirht feet of the Hurllnglon. Many special police and extra marshals were sworn In to-day. Nothing Is mov ing beyond passenger trains. HTHIKHIH AUK IVUttVI.KST. Governor A rtKotdt lias lleen Called un for Troopa. Spi ingllold, III., July .1.-Troulilo bus broken out ttt t'tilro mid hns got beyond Hit control of the t.'nlted Stulcs inur sluils. This oven Inn United States Marshal Brlnton culled ou tJovertlor AltKeblt and uskeil that troops be sent quickly to bis iissistuuce nt C'nlro. Tho gov ernor ordered out the Courth infunlryt ut Greenup, willi liii.triielli.iis to pro-' ceecl ut once toi'uiro and suppress riot ing. To-night the marshal Is swearing in dciiiiUos to proceed to UloomitiKtou mid Clinton, and if jiossiblu clear the blockade. An attempt will be made to start a special train from here for Danville to bring iu I be prisoners cnpluix d there to-day. When the deputies reach Bloomlng ton and Clinton trouble is sure Ut occur, us the strikers are very turbulent. It is rumored that the Sixth infuutry also has been ordered under inarching orders. ' CttUSUin TO ItKATH KY A CAVT. John GellBRher Ilrlvc Over Two-Year-Old Jsmes Patterson, Killing Him. New York, July 3. John Gallagher. aged thirty-two years, driver of a coal cart, who lives t No. 363 West Twsn-ty-flfth street, was arraigned to-day in the Jefferson Market police court on a charge of homicide. ' At 7 'O'clock'iJast evening, while his horse was walking through West Twenty-third street, Oallagher was suddenly made aware that his cart had run over something. He stopped In front of No. 408 and discovered that he had run over James Patterson,-"aged two years. The little one waa carried to its home, No; 3, where it dled. To Justice Voor hls the prisoner said'Tie did not know there was a' Child Iff the way of his wagon untjl It was run overl The justice held the, prisoner for the production of witnesses in oourt. jro rxitisuAHhJS freight. Railroads Will Not Take It for Points West pf Chicago. ... New tork, July 3. George M. Pull man; the head of the Pullman Palace Car company,' was seen' here this after noon. Pe declined to discuss the strike situation in any manner. This the last day for the receipt here of any freighf billed from Chicago, and xnursday will b the, last day for freight from St. Louis and points west. Everything received at these cities af ter the,f freight mentioned started for the east was tied up by the strike. Af ter Thursday New York will be shut off entirely from the country west of Chi cago, as a source of food supply. Al ready the supply of ,meat here is grow ing scarce ana prices are advancing. The railroads have stopped taking per ishable freight for points west of Chi- cago.They are, however.talting through freight that is not perishable. A great many men are being hired la this city to go west to take the places of the strikers. INVOLVES DESPOTIC POWEll, St. Louis' Merchaots' Exchange Gives . Emphatic Answers to Strikers, St, Louis, July 3. A committee of strikers called on tho mayor last night to secure his oflioes in the direotion of arbitration. The mayor deolured his willingness to act, but said that the committee must secure the assent of 'all Interested porties before he would do anything. The committee then placed tho matter before the board of directors of the Merchants' . Exchange who re fused, saying: "Although we would be muob grati fied to see ait amicable adjustment be tween the Pullman Car company and its employes, we cannot comply with your demand that the company submit to arbitration in view of the faot that you now stand in the position of para lyzing the interests of this city. You insist upon the irresponsible power of the boycott to bring misery upon thousands of helpless families In this city' and elsewhere, who have no possi ble interest in the 'dispute. We see no Justification for this boycott of the in dustries of the country. It Is Illegal and tyranny,,, and involves despotic power to wltpb no free people will submit." A telegram was also ordered sent to the Missouri senators and representa tives lit congress, calling upon congress at ones to enact such laws as will pre vent unlawful interference with the In terstate commerce of the country. , ' . Covered With Soldiers. Danville, 111., July 8. The first train to leave. Danville on the Chicago and JEastern. Illinois railroad pulled out of here tor Chicago this' forenoon with a Pullman oar attached. Deputy mar "shals stood on each platform and the engine v was covered with soldire( TrooDshave taken possession of Dan. VUle Junction and 'the Eastern Illinois yards. .Railroad men are much irritated . over tho arrival of troop. Home of them are ugly and two were arretted. MlVTOIIt.t TUB 14 rr, Senator falinsr Is ntrangly Opposed t ennlur Kylu's Itwuliillan, Wasblngtoii, July 3. Hoimtur I'ltlmer of IlliiioU to-day . sent the following telegram to A. J, Hiultli, Dnuvlllci "I tninnot support Hunuior Kyle's resolution. The power of eougress to rvgulato foinmeree wlili foreign imtiuns and among the several stntes mid Us power to establish po.tunii es and pot rouds aro nllke (Munpivlienslve and equally obligatory upon the congress of the United Sinies. Senator Kyb resolution proposes to wlllnlniw the commerce between the states from the protection of federal luws, anil also Invites liiwlosiiess. I favor labor organizations, Imt cuunot couseiil that they shall undertake to control the commerce between the severul slates of the Union, nor ran they adopt or en force measures which will operate to embarrass liitcrstule commerce, as Mr. Kyle's resolution would do If It were adopted by congress. Th" strength of the labor orK'inlzollons ileiendM upon their obedience to law uuil n proter reitard for the rights of the people of the country, whose welfare depends up on free commerce between the states. ' l.KAniill I'tlKI.AX AlWKSTIin. KeleuMMt on Hull unil an Injunction Nrrvril on Him. Cincinnati, July .1.--F.dviirl F.Pholnn. lender of I hi' ruilwiiy strike here, wns arrested t his morning by u deputy mar shal on a warrant Issued by (lie United Stales court, upon tlio complaint of the Cincinnati Soul hern Hallway's receiver, Samuel Koltnn. It nhurgfil him with In terfering with lint muiiaueiiient of the railway liy orilrrinjt mid inducing Its employes to leave itsservlve with Intent to Injure tin- trnlllo. Fie wns tnken In the ofllco of the United Slates tunrshal and hold until Judge Tuft of the l.'nlted States circuit, court ouino upon the bench, nnd tho hcnriiift was set for 'J o'clock ou Thursday, nod his bond wns fixed for 2,&iM). Meant mm un injunction wns served upon him lvstrniiiiiif; him Individually, ponding this hearing, or in combination with others, from inciting, encourag ing, or in any other manner ctiuslngtlie employes of the Cincinnati Southern road to leave its employment with the intention of compelling the receiver to break his contracts with the Pullmnu Car company, l'belan said he would obey tho injunction, but added: "The hoys ail know about how to treat them. They need uo instruc tions." Dean's Hhmimnllo Pills absolutely euro rhpiimRtlsui and neuralgia. Kntircly vege table. Sale. Wben Baby ws sick, we gave hec Castorls, When she was a Child, she cried for Castorls. When sho bsoamo Jllas, sbe clung to Castorls. When she had phUdran, she cato them Castorls 1 r BEAUTY IS NO INHERITANCE. Cosmetics do not beautify, but often destroy a healthy complex ion. A natural rosy and healthy complexion cannot be had by the use of cosmetics, but only through the health of the body in general. Nothing, is better to secure this result than the genuine imported Carlsbad Sprudcl Salt when taken early in the morning, before breakfast (about a small teaspoon ful dissolved in a tumblerful of water). It clears the complexion and produces a healthy color. Best taken when out-door exer cise can be had. Obtain the genuine article, which has the signature of Eisner & Men pelson Co., Agents,' New York,; on the neck of every bottle. WrEwlll reeelTa this morning Blackberries YV and Bupberries, Dranfora Strawberries. Florida Pineapples, Poaches. Plums, Niagara Grapes, and oilier varieties of fruit too numer ous to pientton, . J.B. JUDSON, " Market Building, east side, front. DENTLSTKi. O. H. Oldney, 797 Chapel Street, North side, 0 doors below Orange. Dentistry Is all Its branches. Prices the lowest oonsiitent with flrst-olaas work. HO I FOR THE RACES 1 Bat provide yomeelf with a Hi Glass or Spy Glass, A PAIE OF London Smoke Spectacles, " " OB LORGNETTE. Don't foigst a Paokst Flask, Bottle of Cologne or Toilet Wster, and ." apokagso Zedoory Powder For Tsnder, Tired Feet EVERYTHING IN TBE LINE OF Optical Goods and Toilet ; Sundries 18 XO BE FOUflD AT E.'L;HP&G0., U fcrsi td H tatn ltinU f. yaw Ham. 2rtc;il Estate. FUK ltKNT. Hint rooaaa. modxra Imprommastsi oaiwnleat looanierof elly. Inqiilra j if u nuuawouu twin. FOH JtKNTt liiltahia for manulwHuring purpMM, a rotiw about wain lat. wll nsit'M oa ihrea side. oaairaUv loraiwt. Ksuuire of )s rat H. H, QVI4TT bi t.nurca n. FOI1 BALIS. 12 In lM flae. two sew brick houses, mixinra iruuroveist dui, la rwjmi ; au bulldlns luia. J. P. VtV N K KTT, aii tf t Church atrant, Hoom s. fOll KKNT- aoelntr halls Is Maaoaie Temple, ror Binina, ana jsnnor sarvkw, CI TO LET. At Iodise Nark, turalaWd eotUsWOftaa ronme i ooa Delaine-, slsneive Hrouuu, nwn, nern ; prir swu. auiirm WM, BUY AN, Montowau Houee, aotf Hraefunl. Cobs. Vistvills ti Itn Mi Truslt Bnlldlsf lota ea Mali, Foontala, West I roipeol, WIUar4. aioea, Baraeti asa other SaetraMerMMeaaastrMtej la Wast iiw, Cor sale al prise raaatsi from twatotaa eeaispersaaarecooi, now w u (UBStOMr, w or paructuara, oauoa or Manas H. O. Pardee, alltr tn ronatais atwas. WewTtBe FOR RENT, House oo Dlxwell arssoe, rooms, modern Improvements, $20 per month. MUWIN'B BEAL ESTATX Omot, TM Chapel street. FOit SALE OK KENT, Houw cimrr Dvlrbt street and Eairawood areniw. sullahK tur ona or two tamlllee Kuod lot ; price low. CU AS. D. NIOOLL & GO.. ISCburoh street (Benedict Building), Boom IS. Evenings from 7 to 8. FOH BALE, Brick house. No. 134 How street. In nrst-cias oonauion, moaera improve- menis ; terms easv. JOHN C. PUNDEBF0RD, 110 CBUBCH STREET. Ko Mistake Will Ton fflaRe "XTOV who are looklnnfora Building Lot on a woica w ogna lor a noma. INVESTIGATE The Building Lots bounded by Orange, Edwards, LI rings ton and Canner btreets. TBST ABB Tfas Cheapest for tha Money, The Most Desirable, (AND, MORE IMPORTANT THAN ALL,) The Healthiest Location In the city of New Haven. (Statistics will bear oot idis statement.) f or saw or BEECHER'S EXCHANGE, Boom No. S, Lren Building, JeS 760 Chapel Street. BETSEY G BENNETT. 1 OBDXR HIRAM A.VBENNETT. ( Notxcs. Blate or Counecticut, New Haven County, ss. New Haven. June KU. A. D. 18W. TTPON the comnlatnt of the said Betsev G. J Bennetr, praying for reasons therein set forth for a divorce, now pending before the &u perior court in and for New Haven county, to be neia on the nrst Tuesaay or oepiomoer, a. v. KM. It armearlnar to. and being found br. the sub scribing authority that the said defendant is absent from this HtateKone to parts unknown : Therefore, ordered That notice of the ten dency of aaid complaint be given by publishing this orflrr In the Morning Journal aod Courier, a newspaper printed in New Haven, onoe a week for three weeks successively, commencing oo or before the aotli day of June, A. D. l"4. tlD W BD A. AN RETELL, Clerk of the Superior Court for New Haves CAl Hurrah for the Fourth of July I Hurrah for our Glorious Land! Hurrah for our Beautiful City I Hurrah for our Patriotic Citizens I Hurrah for Yale! Hurrah for everybody and everything in its proper time and place I But ursi, lasi, ana an ins ume, Hurrah for the Low Prices we are giving in every department, Finite, Carjels, Stoves. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Houeefurnishers. T and TO Orange Street, corner Center. CASH OB CREDIT. ' H. F. BL0GG & BR0., Cash or Credit HOME FURNISHERS, 699 Chapel Street, Ksw lavta, Coci FULL LINK OP - - Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Oiloloths, Beds, Baby Carriages, Mattresses, Patlor and . 1 Oook Stoves. Character is Credit. . Store open 7 a. n. to t;90p, m,,.anrtev aad Monday evaBlngs to 9. . .! u vv . j sik JiUnnts. One Cent h Wonl each liwrrtlon, five cent m word for a full Week, seveu time. SWANTKIK i ITIIATIONB t.y iw o.impntent 1rls 4 I'lmnilH'riuuliU or mllnwe i liml rvfur. I'lll'IH, liiiilre ul prilkiil nlni'c, Z4 Mil IOHSTHKET, WWTV.lt. CITl'ATIOJJ fi do iiMim-al bouaework, O oiiiiniry ortliy. 'uri Ji'iil r. IIWHOP STItKBT. IAMTK IV riMVO rorat men, who iiml.'nitnnd haylnv, t . ... ,ur. iiitiv in irruiM hum iiihk' ir. Aim Mir u. WAMTKI), PITir ATlOMiv a toiii.i.n.it woman as ,i pKik ami hiiiiiuri'M: uihkI n'ri-rciicf. In. 9" i J:-'f m KV1.VAN AVK.M'E. WAJHTKU. HODBBWOBK clrls, oook, eto. also sltif atloaa for sued. t.IHt 190 OOUBT STREET. AVAMTKI1. EST srrvsnia. U'lliniiMillnirhclpeluiuH I 1 mil hfrr. Tltt. U mi Miu u v.... t do iui well. Wti hiivn li.n iwiulillahwl Dura ' ymm. know mikI aupply all tin- Imwi. HHji ft imy kind of work rail nlwnve tw e.viir.1 lirro. Wo una Jiiilirini'iit, carefully wlrctluir only llinw) that will iln Ihn work r.iulr.l. Yim-nt iillli'f iHwt. raclllrli iiml iHrirfMi ImulniKa In New F.niclunU. liMPLOrMKNT AGKM'Y, 'II lib Cbapul atruet. WANTKO. BITDATION br a very competent g Irl tj XV do homework ; city referaaoea. I have alao a nice. uin, active eirl who would like to do llaht bouaework or Mound work. Kiia alto understanda tba care of children. Bartholomew, Wo M Orarir atreet, Oaudafrny' Old Stand. DXisceUaucottg. "SCHKKNS AND DOOHS STOCK la mill well numirtwi Willi nil alucs, Onlers for epivlal Hvreun work are being being promptly exocutod. jya o LIXSI.KY, BOOT & CO. FUK IsALiK. TV A Shetland pony, cart, hare ear, aad. HbLdle, eto. Addres J' " r. O. DRaWRB 74, Olty. "THAT r.0()0 FEET" SALTOXSTALf. 4-ply How la melting ran. llltv befori; tllA tlonnlHr rii.ni.iml tt.w tUm beet I lic In town lor Uo foot; ooupllogs ) ' LIN8T.Br, KOOT & CO. FOR RENT. IjIRPT floor 71 Gilbert avenue, aeven rooms, V all conveniences, with or without bum. I"l'ro F. I. UltOTII. JifTJt aw ttu atreet. "ADRIANC'E" " ' " BUCKE E Mnwers, "Thomiia" and "Bui. , .l?.r'1 luditiin, "WiHrd'' and "New Chuut plon" Idikes. Gut our prlvee. LINSLEY, ROOT CO.. iS?l 33 BroHilwHy. "PARIS GREEN." TVERYBODYimyeour pHoo is the loweet. IU Wo Hl handle Londnn Purple, Hellebore. Iiiaeot I'owdur, Wlmle Oil, Soup eto. 1 ' Lilsijisic. JtDOT CO. CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on all Privute and Husinns Matters. MEDICAL WomBn's diseases. consultation in person or bv letter. MARY J. WRIGHT, M. D., sp28 1y Offloe, Tontine Hotel. U9 fhuwh nt. FOH RENT, Two food etorea on tVnwn itnut. be made Into one If desired. Call oa or address r. n i.itm rH0 tf J7 Center street. FARM WANTED. Olty property will be exchanged for a farm with or without buUdings. n. B. Baldwin, SIBOhapal street dw for sale, HOUHE AND LOT, T8 WILLI IK STREET. Lotls toxU. Inquire ot S. B. 0YIATT. 87 Church street iy TO LOAN, $20 000 tn'000ont cmteal real estate Apply to CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Monday and Saturdny evenings. FARM WANTED. With stook and tools. In escbanre for a nearly new two-family bouse with modern conveniences, well looated and near horse cars, in this city. i i or tun paruvuiani, permit to sea noose, SIO.. please call or address George A. Isbell. TIT Chapel atreet, Sew Haven, Conn. LARGE HOUSE AT MORRIS COVE. Lot 100x260. FR0STII& 01 SIOEE, Real Estate for Sale. A brick house oa Orange street, centrally looated, Desirable bouse, with barn, oa large owner lot on Whaller avenue, Corner lot on Sbstton arsnae, Baaatltol lot on Wlathiopave nne, 40il8i, natt aleotrio ears, Ohtap lot lot on Ooodysar itmk 40il3SfMt,for . 113,000 18,000 119 foot $30 foot ; H oaf y to loan at S per eenl IJ.MG01. - BeaVXstato and Flnaaolal Agent, Boom 17, Bxehanco BnildlBCa 121 Church Street. Jali .. . .