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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL' AND COUBIEK, TUESDAY, JULY 1(1, 1894.
THi; CiiiNUINE
SI
cpaleily knows tbreighent New inland th. blgac.'. Htendatd 10 cents Clg
in Qtul.ty, ',ontlly
CitMluilWi of lbs flnvt Vn;t AbJnBvana Tobacco nd Maiinfactnrerof Clears.
ay. . f rm nrnvr ira ..nna-rr
. . . .... .
5
1 T?7r ..-J
Jcr fel a Specialty
Jaw oiimlilVijo
AUG SOW HEADY.
Frwch MADRAS, Kra'lih OTK(irfi, Pcc'rli
CHEVIOTH, Fngllh Fi.ANNKb "id WASH
BILKS. For VeiTa TSKOMIJEE at.4 TKNNM
eHlBtK, for Ladles' and CMMraB"S A1S18
aid BLOUSES, or wild by the yard.
CLOVES i
tlip N l'.W l'FAUL 01IKV. Tha
F'tnnns l,niinn THI Jit Sl.tt.
nwnf'-rnirt inn. l-MTanand
5vri.iil.cK," the i;nwt (Hot.
real.,.
Raw "Bn!fljr" Tina and Bom,
Eadlak Lea Scarfs, nnl
"Don Juan" Ties and Votir la llsnda,
CHAS& & CO. v
Mew Bavsn Sausc Building.
BolAnta for Noy F.-os." (Boston) laun
dry. Band work, aad s;.f NracUon ruaranteed.
furniture, gtc.
Carpets. Carpets.
flUlt STOCK OF
Moquettes,
Velvets,
Lcdy Brussels add
Ingrain Carpets
la One of THE 11KST In (hp City.
Linoleum, Oilcloth, Ma.ting,
ArtSqi-ares, Rugs and
Shades,
BABY CARRIAGES,
A LA HUE VAHIKIT.
Refrigerators,
AllBlzr, In soft mid tmiil wood,
LOWEST I'ltlCES.
STAITL & HEGEL,
8, 10, 12 Church Street.
Correct Styles
IS
Solid Silver Mounted
BELTS and P0CKETB00K5
AD
DURANT'B,
Hie Jeweler, 55 Church Street,
Opposite l'ostotilce.
WELLS fe GUNDE,
AVatebnuikers and Jewelers.
Ftdl line SUrHng Sllrei' wnd
Silver Tinted Ware.
ima mmumm rings.
No. 788 Chape! Street.
Tha hest for Diivewsys, Cellar and Shop
rio6r, toplngs, and all klnaa Of
Artificial Stone Work.
' iatlinatesfiirnishod by
Th Maoiiladturers,
0. D. EOBIISOI &OO,
Architect,
852 Chapel Street.
t
it
u
N
iv5
AKE STAMPED
tad Worknuuthlp.
rumit, irw ixirn, , una,
tauntivics.
DOYOUWANT
Yonr Camsts Brlitai.
TIiq Moths Killed, and the Dust
Koniovcu 7
WE CAN DO IT.
LACE CURTAINS
Of tba flnett qualities cleaned without
injury. W'e are aspclally fitted
up tor thli work.
DYEING and CLEANING
Of Meu'a baits and Overcoats, Ladles'
Dresses, eta
LAUNDERING
Of Shirta, Collars, Guild, Underclothing.
THE FORSYTH CO.
01TlCiia-578 CUuj)ol street,
r.45
lilt It road way,
Hito, ijnwrcnre aud
Mccli;uii: atrecta.
Trl ihnn Hr,. 'i n.l 3
JQTliin'OI
Ilbililliji
A large assortment of
hard wood Refrigerators
and other kinds, which
reduce stock.
pinn,fl rAll flT.fl fiy
VVIVW V -V-. MAAVk Wat
amiae.
639
Grand Avenue
S. E. DIBBLE.
IVi- I::ivc np-nril n full line of .Tcwelt'a oclo
liiv.tcrt linrrt wood Itpfiiiri'vuinrs. tliorouirbly
( hiiicu:il llllod, and the bpst lcrrigorntors sold
In thcidty.
n
0
j AT COST.
' AVc liavehiil I'i'woC thptii left : whr-n Uipsb
hit soiio then1 will be no more Of tlinm ofTer
ed. ns wo arc goltifr mil nf this lirnnrli of Hie
liiiBlness. We advise nil who arc in want to
, nipped mem uetoro pun'iiuHinr elsewhere.
That New Range
We have said so imieli about nrnrra to hp
the favnrlte. All who have tried it RBV it. Is
the wonder of the age and does all we adver
tise to "0.
GAS FIXTURES
In frreat iSrietien nhd prlees 'way down. The
ini'treat lULortmcui to uc loimu in tlioelty.
Sanitary PbMw a Specialty.
THJE ARHOID CO.
COOKING
BY MEAT
FROM GAS !
In vftlncbloforeomfort.eonvenience and econ
omy in Hummer.
food mol'e perfect ly cooked (hah by direct
hunt from coal.
Ilaii(re8, wilh or without water heaters, hot
plates, velis, sad-iron limttcra, etc etc., sold,
set lip and warranted by the
New Haven das Light Co.,
S tO CHOWN RTHERT.
PLOMBiHG SaSFlTTIKG
J, Hi Buckley, ITOC liiirch.
WE HAVE
A FEW
Standard Uglittng Company's
Sevs I'rooess
Gasolene Stoves,
Wiilcli we shall sell at
10 per .tut Init.
C P. MEEEIKAW,
mmEumm.
miiB siniiuara hefVi-ntor or to-duv a the
X- EUDY, Made ntrictly lli-st-clur s in Flnb
tlioroiifc-hli' kilndrled, heavily puinted, beau
tifully KiTilnca ltUd Viirhlehed, They Ore su
perior to any hoWwobd box mAdei
Jiscmlnetnein at
. $90 ptATU STBK15T.
: SILAS GALPIN. .
3.T0FS.
Refrigerators.
court nrxottit.
lupeilor Court-Criminal KldB J ut1(Keb
lii.on.
Tn till court YiUnlity tlie trial of
the tiro (mill wreukci'i, (laenr Dumpaon
and Homy O'Doimell. tlmrgod wltb
plttcliij: oliJtiiittloiii on llio Conaoll
(lilted riilliottd trucka ul North Hiivpii
with Inti'iit to wioek n triilu oocuplcd
lli eiillro dny'a aoiwloii of tlio uourt,
Lille yind'riliiy aflcnioon Jury found
both Kiillly on one vomit, tlit prUonors
ivure Ivioil ou tlireo ciiuiiia, mid both
won' Kc'iiloneccl to Kpiiul hIx your cneh
In l lie Hlulu urlKon ul Wellii'illi'Hl.
The Biuiiil Jury will t-oiiio In to-dny
wlien the I'vlileiice In (lie viiho of ImiiII
lliii'iiluii'ilt of KilM Iluven, nliuigud
ivlih hpaluitt, will lie mhiiiltlcil.
The trial of Allou KummII ami BU'pbi'il
Oilll" uliarjK'il with pirjuiy In Hie oiiao
ncnliifk (tut lerhy sclcciini'ii broiitfbt by
lolui llmli'.v to iiMtoTer fl'l.ooo (lamiicfa
tor Itui dentil of bis ami, tlied In the
eoiiiiiiou pleas point, civil able, aovernl
iiioiiiIm niiicn uiitl it'Miltbn; In favor of
(be (iefi'iidiints, will Ih' commenced.
Sufoilor Court Civil Mlda-Juitce Trail'
lira,
III tbia court yesterdiiy the fiimous
l'rult divorce piilt eiimo to (in oud,
.liulgo Prentice iicccplliiK tbo report of
Ifou. ))wiii I,i(iml, (ho coin mil tui
who lieu nl I ho Icjlimoiiy, Tbo report la
lo the effecl (hat the marriage l'lween
M. (icrli iiilc Hull iiuil Cliailes It. Pratt
lx null mill void inasmuch an ncltlici' of
Hie luirlics (o tbo contiiu t were in n
eiiiuliliiin when it win made, to nmke n
b-tiiil iiml biiulitin eoiilr.tcl. On June
!.''iili tin- iili(.rin yn for Chiiile It. Piiilf
in bis suit for divorce iikhIiixI (iertrude
llnll Pi ntt, nftcr part of the evldemre
for Uiu ilefiMice bud been hoard, wllh-
di'ew nil (ho nllesnllmia of iKlulti'iy
njiiiliiKt Gcrtriido Hull Pinlt aiidatiliist
Iter iitloinoy who hnd been nnuiod as
eo-rwpuwhMil, mid filed n now uin
plniiit uskin;: fur mi niiiiuhiicnt of tbo
niunit!;ro (ho giound Unit plaintiff
nt time of liiui i ltisje was not In tl condi
tion to b'jritily coulriict n mnrrlngrp. To
lliis coiiiiiiinl mid (lie evidence offered
Ibi'icnndcr. ilefciidant niiide no onoosi-
fon, and the court mliud'd that tho
tiifiiTince wns null niid void.
There was no report llled in the
fuiiiniM Dritrirs divorce ciiso owinif tollie
illness of (ho referee, ox-Judge C'tiiieii-
ler.
ari-iiK.ME covrt of fcnnons.
ttenerul deeislona of more than ordi
nary interest and Import mice were
bunded down by tile Judges of this
court in this clly yealenliiy. They are
lis follow:
III I be cases of (lie count !cn of New
Haven and Kli'u Held aciilllst the towns
of Milfoid and Stralford, which was
curried to the supreme court to settle a
dispute lis (o whether tho counties of
(he towns should pay for the approaches
to the new Washiiigton bridge over the
Ilousatouio river at Htratford. The
The supreme court sustains the cliilins
of the counties and the towns will have
lo pay tor (he approaches about $10,- I
Otm. lieiisons by Chief Justice Andrews.
in the ease of Hent'y S. Gulliver of
StockbrUlge, Mass., against Julia M.
Fowler of this city, no error is found.
Reasons by Judge S. fi. lbUdwIn, The
case Was one where Gulliver rented the
house at V2 Lake Place to the defendant
on August 30, 1893. The defendant claim
ed thnt the house Was not heated ac
cording to contract, and refused to pay
two months rent. When the case was
tried In the common pleas OOuft the
Jury rendered ft Verdict for the plain
tiff to recover 5123.97. ' 1
In the case Of Miles ahd Jane B. Hall
against the American Oyster' eodrlpany,
a dispute us lo the boundary lihes of
oyster grounds In the harbor; ho error
li5 found, and the decision of the
superior court Is confirmed. The de
cision of the lower court was in favor
of the plaintiffs.
In the case nf Maria W. Plnney of
Derby against Emily Jones of Ansonla,
suit to recover ?l,60O on a note, no error
Is found lit the decision of Ellflha Car
penter, state referee, Who decided In
favor of the plaintiff. Reasons by
Judge Torrance.
In the case of the Meriden Savings
bank against Honey B. Wellington, a
suit brought to test the ownership of
$4,133 deposited in the savings bank
and claimed by Harriet B. WolCott ahd
Wellington, no error was foiind, and
the Judgment of the lower couft
awarding the money to Mrs. Wolcott Is
confirmed, itt nsons by Judge 8. E,
Kaldwin.
An Important decision Was rendered
in Hie case or the appeal of lev. G. H.
Heard from the decision of he ed'itity
cnminlSHloners of Fairfield county, Who
granted a liquor license to McNamara
Bros, of South ftdrwalk. In the su
perior coiii't Judge Thayer, decided
against Beard. An appeal Was talten to
the supreme court. There the Claim
was made by the defendant that there
could be no appeal to the supreme
court on the ground that the board
of County comtnlsslofters Was hot a
judicial body and that the Supetior
court In taking up cases appealed feom
the commissioners do not act in a ju
dicial capacity, ' ahd that therefore
there can be no appeal front the deci
sion of the court on question of law,
This claim is, however, upset by the
decision of the supreme court, which
decides that such appeals are Valid.
City Court Criminal 3lile-,Ttlil(te Cn'lMtkan
Louis Scott, injury to private proper
ty, judgment suspended j Thomas
Scott, Injury to private property, judg
ment suspended; Thomas Mansfield, In
jury to private , property. Judgment
suspended; Carmlnio CavAllarl, breach
nt the peace, continued until July 10;
Patrick RichardsoOibreacK Of trie peace,
continued until July 10; James Gttvih,
crueily beating a horse, (6 flrte, 8.56
costs; Charles Tui'nspusky, obstruct
ing sidewalk, continued Until July 16;
tedward Steinbeck; drunk, 5 fine, H8.S4
costs, breaking window, !& finei Mary
Clark, keeping disorderly HoUSd, $10
fine, $4 costs, drunk, nOIiej Mary J,
Caffey, drunk, continued until July ii
William Sarsfieldi breach of the peilce(
continued Until July 10; fidwat'd jlte
Bhara, breach of the peace, judgment
suspended; William Gibbons, breach of
peace,$3 riiie,t8.24 costs; James ThOmas,
breach of tlie peace. $8 finet ff.M COdtS.
Court Aotefc
jnnies Gardner -Cfark yesterday at'
tached the property belonging to Maria
M. Hinckley on Winchester avenue itt
a suit brought til reeever a debt of
1D9. - . J . . . J.V.
W. A. Becklcy & Co, yesltfliaf
brought "iUlt afalnat Eufcenlo Otntlla
of Wallftc atraat to recover a debt of
1700 for goods Burcimitd, Property of
tho defendant on Wallace street was at-
taohed to cover the olalm.
The Judires of the supreme and supe
rior courts met In this oily yeeterday
ana considered various matters which
have come before them of late.The first
business taken up was the appointment
or county health officers. All the old of
flulala, with three exceptions, wars re
elected. Jool A. Read of Tolland county
la succeeded by W. If. Yeamens. Oeorso
&. Hill was selaoted to succeed J. C
Chninberlln In Fairfield county, and
Wllllum H, Hurlburt was appointed
to lake the plaoe of Walter 8. Judd
In Litchfield county. All tbo new ap
polntments were for two years.
Final action was taken on the nolle
petition presented several months aso,
and the judges voted to recommend to
the prosecuting attorneys that hereaf
ter they accept only the actual costs
in settlement of cases.
No action Was taken In regard to re
initiating Assistant Clerk Chamber of
the superior court of Hartford county,
to which position they appointed At
torney George A. Conant at their Inat
meeting. A committee consisting of ex
Muyor Hyde, Charles J. Cole, Lewis E.
Btnnton and F. L. Hungerford appeared
in behalf of the reinstatement of Mr.
Chamber.
TO MQTKVT I V.V It TUF.KH.
CommlMloner Hubbard Make Stalainat-
le Warfere Again.! V.Mowa.
Peach Commissioner J, M. Hubbard,
of Mlddletown, has had a conference
with his twenty-two deputies In Hart
ford. The work or the commission Is
to eradicate peach yellows from the or
chards of Connecticut. Commissioner
Hubbard Is going to work systemati
cally, and through his deputies every
peach tree In the state will be visited
and officially Inspected between July
16 and September 1.
It la expected to visit every orchard
and every farm where a peach tree Is
located, and if the result Of the Inspec
tion shows that any tree Is effected by
the yellows a card will be attached to
the tree upon which Is printed In large
blue letters: "To be destroyed."
The meeting was attended by the
following deputies:
Hartford County A. C. Sternberg of
West Hartford, Roswell A. Moore of
Berlin and E!. B. Fitts of East Wind
sor. . .
New Haven CountyDennis Fenn
and W. F. Piatt of Mlirord, E. C. War
ner of North Haven and J. Norrla
Barnes of Waliingford.
Fairfield County-'George C. Com
stock of Norwalk, F. K. Blakemart of
Oronoque and! R- A. Holmes of Dan
bury. .' ' ;
Litchfield County Ard Weltoh . of
Plymouth and.H. C. Hart of West
Cornwall.
Tolland County 0. O. Tllllnghast of
Vernon and Charles Robertson of Hock-
vllle.
Windham County Era C. May of
North Woodstock and Luclen Bass of
Windham.
New Londoiv 'County 1?. J. Hefflfi-
atead of New London ahd Henry W.
Morse of Jewett City.
Middlesex County--Ilobbert P. Hub
bard of Mlddletown, Henry I. Nettle
ton of DurHam Cehter and Charles A.
Sill of Saybrook.
WAGisB host jtr tiiiRTr ascoxns
Big Work Done by One nf the Connollrto-
ted's Large Hard Coalers,
A correspondent of the Stamford Ad
vocate Says: "On Thursday, June 28,
train 72, drawn by engine 249, Conduc
tor William Daniels in charge, was de
layed eleven minutes by the Harlem
draw being open. W. H. Thomas, of
Stamford, general manager of the firm
of E. S. Jeffrey & Co., of New York,
being desirous of reaching Stamford on
time, ahd wishing to see What the En
gine could develop In point of hard
work (he being a Bteady traveler on
the road and noting those points),
made a wager against the train mak
ing Stamford on time. To say that all
hands hilBtled docs not Convey the Idea.
When you take into consideration the
amount of wurk -iccompllshed in the
allotted tlfne, anu necessary delays,
crossing over from track 3 to 4 on the
Harlem rond to make the station stop
at WoodiaWh, ahd peddling Adams ex
press matter as far as Port Chester,
tnamg the tun of thlrtyfbur miles, in
cluding thirteen stops, with seven ears
in the train, in sixty-eight and one
naif minutes, it must be considered re
markable work for the engineer, tthd
speaks well for tlie ffltthagerieHt of
the motive department. This is the en
gine that was fitted With the new Hen
ney valve in her competitive trial with
the Rhode Island compound last April,
and Wbh the prlsse for ecoridrrly in' fuel
and water. Although the Wager was
rtot won (th train arriving- in Stamfbrd
thirty seconds late), Mr, Thomas Went
to the engine, complimented the engi
neer on the fine run made, and made
him a present. The train crew win
not Soon forget the incident, Slid
neither will the night station baggage
master lh Stamford)"1
ftfM.ix sii'tiiiOA's,
Thl, Hud Hindu by Workmen at tiieltdoti
ttf an . Itt trSe.
fisseki Jiliy 9. TWO large human
skeletons ivere unearthed here Satur
day by Workmen who were; removing
the roots Of it large oak tree, The skel
etons were imbedded between twe bb
long red cedar logs about 1 14 feet toilg
hiid were hi u perfect state 6f pl'eseti.
tion. A mark like a square was cut In
to one Of the logsV The femaltts lay
with the feet togetbef add Wei exactly
on the north and south line. : The teeth
Were of Unusual size and Contained more
prongs apiece thau the teeth of human
neiligs to-day . . , ,
The skeletons were iki tt good State of
preservation when firs found, but
Crumbled almost entirely away ou ex
pnsilrs to the air, No relies of any
kind were fdUnd mid this makes it diflW
eult to discover to what inee And period
the skeletons belong, Experts that
have seen the remains say that thy are
tbo large for the ordinary (Joimeolieut
IhdianS. . .. .
Baft's flstttitmtiij' jpllfcs attttmiteiy cure
rheumatism ami tiettMHftB. lftillrtiy-fcte
table. Sate.
' Old Ookmy'e Oaod Uoti.
The United States Investor recently
printed a statement of the average
holdings of stockholders In a number
of well-known railroad companies. It
was found that there were (.643 stock
holders In the Old Colony railroad com'
pany, which gave an average holding
of full shams of twenty-two shares to
the stockholder. The Boston & Provl
dence had an average tif twenty-five
shares to the stockholder, the Iloaton
& Albany an average of thirty shores,
and so on up the list, with the Penn
sylvania at fifty-six shares, the New
York, New Haven A Hartford at sixty-two
shares, the New York Central
at ninety-four, the Louisville St Nash
ville at 300. In the list given, which In
eluded a number of other companies
that we havo not specified, It was found
that the Old Colony rond gave tho
smallest holdings; that la, the Old Colo
ny stock appears to be more widely
distributed among tho people than the
shares of any other prominent railroad
corporation. This is a fuct worthy of
note, for the reason that until nuiie
recently the Old Colony railroad has
been the only corporation in this coun
try, we think, thnt has pursued the
method of Increasing Its capital stock
by selling Its shares at public auotlon,
rather than by giving to Its stockhold
ers an opportunity to subscribe at par
for shares selling In the open msrkct
at a considerable premium. It has
been alleged by those who have op
posed tho attempts to prevent this In
direct stock-watering on the part of
railroad corporations, that the opportu
nities to mnko Indirect dividends were
necessary In order to Induce the public
to inveat In railroad properties; that
unless this privilege was given the
great Investing public would consider
thnt justice was withheld and would
gradually sell Its holdings to those
who viewed railroad shares merely as
speculative counters. But as a matter
Of experience It seems that such asser
tions are entirely without Justification
In fact. Instead of forcing stockhold
ers. to sell, the policy of enriching the
company by turning Into the corporate
treasury all the premiums received for
the sale of stock above par has had
the effect nf Inducing investors to buy,
and the Old Colony railroad company,
so far as Its stockholders are con
cerned, occupies a position that many
western roads would like to occupy,
which have made all aorta of stock div
idends in order to attract investors.
The very best way to know
whether Dobbins' Electric
Soap is as (rood as it is said to
be, IS to TRY IT YOURSELF. It
carv't deceive you. . Only be
careful not to get an imitation.
There are a great many Elec
trics and Magnetics, all intend
ed to deceive the public into
supposing that they are Dob
bins' Electric, or just as good.
We have made this since 1869
It is the original Electric and
is guaranteed to be worth four
times as much as any other
soap ever made. For washing
anything, from the finest lact
to the heaviest blanket, it is
without a peer. Only follow
directions.
' READ " lh,t w "M
CAREFULLY rhPWW0
around the
sap, and then pet for yortrfelf whether or
not yofl can afford to ever nss any other
snap Msn this, fte having heard its own
story, told yon by yonr own test of it.
DOBBINS SOAP MFG. CO.,
iseoeseors to t. U. Cragln ft Co.,
Pii!li44llphtfl. Pit.
EARLE &
SEYMOUR,
Balloltor f
American and Foreigi
Patents.
868 Chapel Street!
' Mew Haven, conn.
0 0 0 0 n
DRINK
fVautm i Ciuaros, bartfcrd, font
ijWIHUfc, jar
IT4V
Y& DRINK '
ootBeer
gvoclslons, Ac.
KOPS CHEER!!
Pore and Kon-Iotoilcatlna;.
an
Excel! en t Nerve Tonio
Aid to Digestion.
tfltterod wltb tli finest Hops
lie par bottle, or f I SO par aoaaa.
GILBERT & THOMPSON
13 MateBireer, sar Kwar4e.
TTOll will mm memn tariradlnaat tMiaiore.
I W Mill S lb. of ihatxaf BOoTMrur
Oo Doll.r. io ,!) of apUediiU flifnrOaa
iwi.r. an mailt uroctasy, two aaa uiaaa
avid cb.au.
is ' . RNrKj.
JOHN B. JUDS0N
Is now located at the old stand
of C. H. Rentz, 867 Chapel! St.,
and will be pleaaed to serve all
customers Saturday morning.
D. M. WELCH & SOU"
OFFKR
Carload Fancy Norfolk New Potatoes,
Only 20c a Peck.
A carload of the
Famous Moxle Nerve Food.
Tho best nerve tonio known, as well
as a most refreshing summer drink,
The prloe this season brings It la the
reach of alb Try it.
Fancy Dlookbcrrles 10 and 12c quart.
Fancy Whortleberries lZo quart.
Our Fancy Klgln Creamery 23o lb.
Our Fancy Vermont Cheeae 13c lb.
Big Jumbo Watermelons 8Sc each.
Fnoy large Rodl Oranges 30o dot
Worlds of Fresh Vegetables.
Fancy fresh Cucumbers 2c each.
100 cases Fuucy Baked Beans,
At only 10c large cans.
Many other burgalns at
D. M. WELCH & SON,
28 and 30 Congress Avenue,
Drauoh 8 Grand Avenue.
Citnnbell Avonno, West Haven.
Fresh Fruits.
Havana Pines 41.20 per dozeu.
XX Hugnr Loafs,
Watermelons.
Cherry Currants.
Ked Ilaspberries,
Blackberries.
Try Bitter Hop Ale.
Have You Ever Used "Dead Stuck"
For your Bugs ? Try it.
AT TUB OLD STASH,
E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st.
TliJsi
i ii. at co.
Comer Church icd In Strut?,
OFFKB
Spring Laoib-Cbolce.
Be far d Mutton.
Spting Bro'lera, Baobllngs.
Ch'0klle, qimb
Swestbfeadi and Calt'a Ltrsr.
Algo Fresh Native Vejetables
In fall variety, and a ftttlllnsof
Fancy and Staple Groceries
Branch e'nre at Wood moot, containing a
fall line of the above cois.
TMPHONll CALL SCO,
The Blizzard Still Viotorious.
Meats Still in Advoncc Away t?p in
"VV
B buy our own cmlo. About id to-day,
sell as chenp as any meat, him'ket in the (ilty,
, E. SraiOBNUKRGEn & SON,
1, 2, 3 Central Mil) ket. Congress ayennc,
AHBBUKN CKUSBY CO.
The Leading Bread Flour
of the World.
J. D. DEWELL& CO.,
Vhilesale Ag'fita,
: 81nt 8t Nnw Haven. H
mmxm wmi
OF
SUMMEB MILLINERY.
Etandsomeiy Trlamd Binusta sod Ronfid
Hats. .
AT 0S&ATLY RiDtJtClD PHtOES,
2Slss A V. Byrnes.
113JCbapel Btreet,
Second door above Yotk atrtat.
J P
MIX HAXICAL DRAWING.
PKIIMPWTIVK, MATHEMATICS,
al a II AN If M, pre.
y. It. Husky, nsruurohetreat.
Hartford offlee. lktllrniMu Uulld's. Addruia
leMwa lo Hew tUveo ortiee. aula ly
mSSAl'EIt.TK00.STWYK
SCHOOL OF MUSIC,
l haunt Mrt. '
Tnnrmurh musical eiiuuatlon aftr the meta.
Od of fiirmimt Kuropnui (lunaemt'irlaa,
Vlullrt, l'luiio, Onraii, SinliiK, Kliila, (lari
onwio, (V.riin, Fraiiub Horn, Vlula, 'Onilu,
Uiuil.le Ikua, Miuidollu, IlnnduiTta, llariiumr
and knannlila Playing. Inatruotiun .InKioor
In cluan, Applluauu rucotved dally from U
to I and 4 to i u. in.
Jg.ar 'it I ThI CHAPEI.8TRKET.
1 ; aiittg; (OUflTjtc."
EVERYTHING
To Make Your Rome Beautiful and
Life Happy.
WHITE ENAMEL,
BATH ENAMEL,
VARNISH STAINS,
GOLD PAINTS,
HEADY FOB. L'BB.
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
396-398 8tate Street,
Courier Building. Now Haven. Conn.
THE FINEST LINE
or
WALL PAPERS
AT LOWEST PIUCES, OH EXHIBITIOK AT
The Broadway Wall Paper Store.
Come and examine our foods and you will
be surprised at our prices for beautiful com
bination!.
E. R. JEFFCOTT.
PAINTING and DECORATING tn nil thiP
scrorul branches done well and promptly.
Estimates flvca. IS. K. J EFjrCOTX.
561 Elm Street, corner of York.
Ilisccnanmts.
STEAM CARPET CLEANING.
FACTOHT,
188, 130 and 138 Water Street.
Conn. Steam Carpet Cleaning Co.,
V CI TVit ATI Orders hv nip M will nwutlva
prompt attention.
u. H. BVVAin. v. w, MJWUtJI.
ap30tr
COMMISSION BUSINESS.
We offer oar aerrlcee to tba publie to buy aad
tell Hones, Carriages, Harness, etc., on com
misalaa. Our ezperi.nce and ensnslre soqaalntaaoa
enable ua to euy and aall well. Builneas solid
ed. BaspecUTully,
W. & B. Fi 0TE,
apWtf 4S0 flTATft flTHKICT.
TIIK NRW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK.
1NTEKEST nt tlie rate of four-per cent, per
nnnum will hn credited dnnouttm for thfl
Six months ending June iKItb, 18W. on ail sums
entitled thereto not exceeding- two thousand
dollars, and at the rate of three, per eent. pel
annum on tho excess of two thousand dollars,
payable on and after July l, 1WH.
The bank will be open for business as usual
Monday. July 2d. and deposits made on or be-
J ore July loth. 18(11. will draw interest from
illy 1st, RObKUf A. BROWN, Treasurer.
Iiow Haven, June mil, lH. JeiiOBt
THEODORE KEILER,
Ag't,;
tTNDERTAKEB,
162 ORANGE STREET,
(Near Court street.) . Telcpbdrie No. 85Tta
Dflin aii Mli Ms
DUMP CARTS, ,
Milk Wagons, Butcher Carts,
Buggies, Surreys, Concords, etc., eto.
UARXESS,
In Stock Slid Made to Order. .
SIEDLEY BEOS. & CO.,
171 Brewery Street.
NEW TICKET OFFICE.
TJAILWAY and Steamship Tickets to all
IV points. Staterooms Ahd Berths secured
fii ndvanee. Baairiufe cheeked thrdush.
Starin Line Tickets to New XONc,
Agent for Henry Qazo & Sons' Tours. -
JOHN MORSE,
BSCENTHRBTREBT,'
Telephone call ' , , e tt
Brieht's Disease, Diabotes.
and Other Diseases of the Kidneys,
uiasaer ana stomaon uursa.
Information Free which will Astound
and Convince the Most skeptical.
No stamp necessary for information. Addresi
REV. DR. Ij. B. HALL,
. . Pastor First Baptist Church,. -Ilattlesburg,
Miss.
nm
P. o. BOX No. 700, New orieans La,
name paper. jynam
VAULTS and CESSPOOLS
NEATLY CLeAnEP BY . ' , -, :
rAKNflAMi-: : ; .l -Prices
La snd satisfaction Otiartntdsd. ;
orupj'S ien. at
Street, .
Oadivav.
Will receive prompt aHenUoui V. 0. Addreii
D0XS95, Telephone Wa-tt, r ' - -
HEAT KOUK HOUbE
wiia tit CKttflftATib
MAHONY BOILUB,
HtcttmorHotttatoy, Dlrebt 6 IsditMlt
itMdlatiOll,
ALSe HOT AIRFUBN ACES. 3 :
DrtvsB Wellsaspeotalty. EaginesTS'SnppUM. Vltlrt.
slsnworhgOaJMtssd. ftbl&j weti (ettelted. Persoa
tl attention glrtfeM modenlsfag diftnttiplBmbtiB
BHEAHA1T & GROARK.
, S5 and m Stats Sn-etsi.''

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