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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY, JULY 10 1894.
SILK SALE. ( 5,000 YARDS of CHENEY, BROS: Best SILKS, includ ing all the newest and best styles. To be sold at once at the ridiculous price, 48 cts a yard. These are the usual $1.00 quality and we give you an im mense variety to choose from. NOTES Customers will not be limited in quantity. None will be reserved. Sale to continue until last yard is sold. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. m I0AL. lam now delivering; Koal in bags and carried into tne oellar direct from -wagon. Aroid all dirt and buy of W. F. GILBERT, Off Charch Stret, opp. Postofflce, 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. SEASONABLE GOODS. Boned Chicken and Turkey, Whole Ox Tongue, lunoli Tongue and Ham, Potted Tongne and Ham, Boneless Ham, Lambs' Tongues, eto., ... Canned Salmon, Lobster, Deviled Crabs, Dunbare Shrimps, Mackerel, Brook Trout, Sardines, etc. Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles, Chow Chow and Onions, Olivet, eto. We oaU special attention for the next few days to our Berries and other Small Fruits. Also Bananas, Oranges and Lemons. ; : j , N. A. FULLERTON, Prop'r, BOSTON GROCERY, 926 Chapel Street, corner of Temple. Branch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street. In original designs and colorings, also perfect copies of the most celebrated Rngs 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 sizes in proportion. TheNew Haven Window Shade Co. 1 Qarpets, Rugs. Mattings, Drapery Q-oods, .;-w- - - ghadiiifd. etc. :-, M i":'h 60-70-72 OXtCTGKEl OTJElXJiaT. Opun Holiday Md Returday KtwUhM- ' vi'-t- ; A . SPECIAL And Hangings for Cottage Draperies. , Silks, Mus lins, Oriental Rugs, Mats, Window Shades, Table ind Stand Covers, Floor Oilcloths,. .' - THE HOIIE DEAPE12Y COn 00 YOU SMOKE? If So, Read the Following: WE OFFER PBINCE DE GALES, ONE f the flucat. t uot THE OiitN.1, Cltur ininl In till country, mailu ut Tuinpu, Florida, hy L'ubnu firm timl byCuhuu woikmi'i) from tho ehoUi-ht liavHim tobacco. Nolo tho sizes unJ tho price t iNVKNtinLES, ' 25 In box, per box, 14.80. PERFECTOS, Its In box, per box, 14, ?0. FURITANOS FIX08, SO In box, per box, 14.80. CONCHA EHPECIALK8, 60 In box, per box, 14.50. CONCHAS, SO In box, per box, 14.00. CO.NCHITAS, 60 In box, per box, 13.00. In Imported Havana Cigars We offer i Edens, several slws ; Pedro Murlai, Manual Gnrulit, Hen ry Clay, Upmann's. We carry a good stock buy often In order that they shall be fresh ond In good smoking oondition. ' DO YOU DRINK ? We offer Syrups consisting of the fol lowing : Blood Orange, Rasplwrry and Lemon Phosphate, 80o pur bottle. Ouava, Lemon and Lime Syrups, made In Florida. Raspberry, Claret and Orange Lem onade, 85o per bottle. . Delntour Sursnpurilla, Ginger Ale and Lemon Boda, all 61.00 per dozen. Naiigatuck Ginger Ale. Cantrell k Coohrau Ginger Ale, 10 casks just received, (1.85 per dozen. California Claret, $2.50 per doz qts. JOHNSON & BR0., State and Court sts. A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Prepared from the roefpe of Dr. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut, the (front Natural Bone Setter. Has been used for more than SO years and Is the best known remedy for Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Cuts, w ouuus ana hu external injuries. C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor, Sole Agent. COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. WILLIAM F. KNAPP CO., Proprietors, 106 Court St., New Haven, Ct, Work done at short notloe. - ' mh28 tf DESIGNS SIINI.MTRK AUIAMACi 1VIY W. fox Itiags, iV Wuov Hkts, Hi! DKATII. Mokl.U.II-lil I hi. my, Jly Mil. AumHrfM T. M m Hi r. ilr 111 f, A. MiH-ilir, mmI U. NoiiniMir turn ml liiiiMriiT. UM'lti:it-Al t'liiiiiiviitiit fiats llntpltnl. HlilillH.mil. Jul) Mh. TniHxJ,,r. Mmmlik liMi'Ui r, In Hi.. 4mIi ynr ut Ills the yoiiiiiiMi w.ii i,t 1 ftt. ii,' Ut iijuutln and Hul. dull i , IkHwiu r. iuu mo. mi ! w III lie In-Ill Tuesfliiy r, ttttioonat i uVI.Hk limn & fijlvuu nvriiur MAl;l.K Lis I' ftR VOUT Of SEW HAVEN. fffifft AIIIIIVKP. , 8h EnWrprlso, Uroul, MlllbrWiro, Me., lUUIlKTIO . I.SAIIEU. fob C. n. I'slnp, Oiirmii, Uilyn, L. L bub t. II. Uii. Mi 'Klwiw. N..rt.lk. txli Iiiih l.iuml. ( ,ii iiiui, N. V. Niii Nirali Ami, CrH'iitor, Unity, N. V. KOIt KKNT. CKCOND llimr, Itvo room, and two la attic ; kj vuiivviiipniiuM, jyion: m howaki) avenue. WK AUK STILL rpiIR hwiliiwttira for ohllilrin' expreu J. imuK, liuckboitnli, au-u, eie ut u piTlnr iimlliy, )yii;h Tun Himlloy. Dunn & Cmrliiifloo Co. FOIt KKNT. A DF.S1HAHLK ikmuikd at Indian Nook, iiruiiiuru. luuuira ui nn.B. juaejl 10 lit on llif premlnM. WK 1IAVK A FEW of thoi ci'lciii atJ ' Iluldwln" re- friorator lelt. Coma early aud secure uurriliu. iyl'iat Tho Bradlpy, Dunn A Ciirrlnglon Co, F 'K CR K AM KKE KZ K KS. 7E caiTy tho bmcuit Block lu tho city of it iniio ugmniiitf aim nuiui jiouoiuiq J)10 3t The Bradley. Dinn k Gtrrington Co. WE AKIi UKFKKIXU THIS work Iho (tnntst bni'mtlni In window HcrM'in und duors. llu sure to get our prlciw. The BrnilU'y, l)nn k l'rrlnjcton Co jyiuat m uuu m state bx kkbt. FOB SALK. GROCERY and mint buslncmi. Apply to J "f Hi GKANU A V EN Uli, llty. HOW ABOUT rpHAT lawn mower that needs sharpening? X Jiict drop us a Hue and we will call fur and deliver II. J10 The Bradley, Dann & Carrlngton Co. THE WHITE HOUSE. OPEN Monday and tlurday evenings only. N duiiye for trimming haw. Jy8 71 OUR SALES Q wit l F tho Gnto City Filter uro increasing ev- thout ono. We resDootfullv Invito vuu to cull and examine, jyioat The UradlcPann A Carrlngton Co. A CARO. CA. BRADLEY, the well known caterer, ( has not gone to the shore this season, muny business engagements in tho city claiming his attention ; and he may be found at bis office, No. "M Chnpel street, or at bis home, 414 Crown street, to arrange for sup. plying dinners, suppers and banquets. In bis approved Btyle. JylO It FOR SALE, HOUSE VD LOT, T8 WILLI If STREET. Lot is 50x118. Inquire ot S. B. OYIATT, 87 Church street myStf STERLII& Belts, ladles' Link Cuff Buttons, Studs, etc., at REDUCED PRICES. . The largest selection In the city enn be found at 8ILVERTHAITS. Jewelers and Diamond Experts, TOO Chanel street. Wedding Gifts a Specialty. WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW. Solicitor of I). S. and Foreign Patents. Counsel in Patent Causes. Offices: NEW HAVEN, CONN.. TO Church Street, Booms 3 and 4. (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.) SPRINGFIELD, MASS., 317 Main Street. (Thursday, Friday and Saturday.) Eight vearB1 exnerleneefutETAmlnAr In TT a Patent Office. References to New England patents furnished. They Cry "Hard Times," But We Never Were So Busy, And have occasion to remark everv day, "Where do all these customers come from I" Never mind we don't let that trouble ua go long as we oan please them and keep them oomiug. We are selling Ladies' Tan and Black. 75o to S3.00 Misses' and Child's, 75o to $f .25 Bent's Russet, Welt Oxfords, $3.00. OUR NEW TIME TABLE Goes into effect to-day Close 6:30 p.m., Monday and Saturday excepted, A. B. GREEWOOD, 773 CHAPEL STREET. rn.11 an A kaa RTTEPP'R vnvrrwin ATtra av THE WORLD and WORLD'S FA1H tbat w giveaway. DENTI81KI. 797 Chapel ' North sue, Idoen below Orwga, . ' Dentlttry in all tta brandMS. PrtoNtawlowtat oaaaUtsat vltharat-aUaswsrk. - ORDINANCE DEVI REWORKS run n un of Kxvinsn t H to tte .VArnui.ti.ht iif.sritit rt:i. I'lrliiur IVIillon fur Die i:.tulilUlimnt of fubllc lurhKfrrrt .1 tu I uiuiiilitr tin Cuumirrt Uil Illtrtrmt t'lml l.l.t nt lie. llniUut T4p)ra. The coiinctlmuu In. I I'Vi'iilna took A ili'fliU-cl ifj tu I lie rl;Iii IhtvtUm by ivfrirlllg to till Oi'llllllllU c mi urdlliuiiovg a M-tliluu lu rcfiTi'iiiT to i lie uiIm of lire wiiili In iliU city. Tli" ifllliiin lit fiillicriMl liy Kilwln y. Mi'i'.U-k uml Is iiiil hy Mliiolt K. Cliiillli-lil, Kzi-kli'l (i. Hl"illnnl, Hie (ji'oi'p- II. I'uitl (join piuiy, Kliuhi'ily, llont liuj.Thoiiiiis It. Trowhrldiff, Jam.' y. KiikIIkIi, (Tmrli-sS. UtH, wiiih'nf Henry Wliliu, Juliii T. 8li'in, 8. H. Tliuiiiium, Frank C. llu.liui ll atud M. '.iiiiiIit & Hon. The petition requeau ihitt an ordi nance be passed wlih iiiimble peiialllcs for the violation of fame, restricting the sale or itorasa of nrework to bulldlMi unused for any other purpose and requiring all persons eiicasrcd In either the manufacture r sale of fire works (o take out a license for con ducting tame, before Bianllnff which the applicant shall be required to (lie a satisfactory bond (hat no damage to adjlonlng properly shull result t here from. The following; unique petition was prerented by Councilman Nicholson, i-CAd by Assistant City Clerk Street, and unanimously referred to the committee on commercial and manufacturnlg In terest. The petition reads a follows: "Your petitioners sincerely pray that your honorable body take immediate action In providing a plor or wharf for the convenience of the general putllt and where access may be had to our water front and for the benefit of ves sels entering our port with the products of neighboring farms and other neces saries required by our suffering com munity and taxpayers. As the case now stands, most of our harbor Is shut off from our people by selfteh corporations, railroad monopo lists and others. Not one street is re served for he citizens of this city. The Consolidated railroad tins gone so far as to prevent the landing of boats or fishing In front of their possesions and have given strict orders to their watch men to cut loose any craft found fast ened to their domain. Our harbor commissioners are sorely to blame for this state of affairs. The city of New Haven Is also to blame, or its officials, tn not attending to the wants of its people. Every pound of coal or foot of lumber is carted across our beautiful city from east to west, while our citizens have to travel for miles to reach the water front. Again, there Is' not a single public bath house' where our suffering people can cleanse themselves after their la bors, a thing almost unknown in any well-organized city, large or small. The board of health Is also to blame in this matter, their '6nry"1ntcreBt at the pres ent time seeming to be In the pig mar ket or the evidence of Contractor Swayne before an lnveEtlgatlng com mittee. Your honorable body can pre vent this state of affairs providing you have the .nerve to do if. No reflection Is meant by. this, missive on vour hon orable body. We all know that most of your Valuable tTnie Is required in the street department, electric roads and suburban parks, said parks being great' ly in the Interest of real estate specula tors, as, for Instance, the Beaver pond affair, where eventually the city and town will have to pay the fiddler by buying it in at advai.ced rates for park purposes. Fort .Ha,le, Wter Street park and Easf ltlock park, noted for Its romance In climbing- to Its top and de veloping the muscles of our hardy tax payers. . The people of New Haven have come to the conclusion that a public dock or pier is a public necessity and a direct revenue to our city through Its limited rates of wharfage to excursion steamers and general traffic from all trading ves sels with their necessary supplies, and from which right no soulless corpora tion will be able to shut us off. We sin cerely request and pray that our hum ble petition will be granted at the ear Uest possible moment. This unique petition calls for the es tablishment of a public pier on the easterly side of New Haven between City Point and First avenue and Is signed by L. J. Matthews, J. A. Woods, Nelson Taylor, Edwin M. Clark, A. H. Moulton, J. F. Brannagan, William Ma ley, Carlton E. ' Hoadley, D. T. McNa mara, James Bishop, Edward F. Smith, Edward Matthews, Ewen Mclntyre, John C. Doody, Frederick H. Brethaucr and about twenty others. A communication from Corporaton Counsel Driscoll was read, in which it was stated that Tax Collector Tutlle intended to furnish the court of common council with a list of delinquent taxpay ers at the August meeting of that body. The communication was unanimously accepted and ordered on file. On motion of Councilman Bishop it was resolved that It was for the best interest of the city that some prompt aotion be taken to provide said city with a proper antiseptic hospital, and that a copy of this resolution be for warded to the mayor and board of al derman. . Beyond the usual amount of concur rent action taken upon matters which came up from the board of aldermen, the referring to appropriate commit tees of petitions for new street lamps, appointment as special constables and other minor matters, the election of city court jurors, etc., no other busi ness was transacted. died oir the inAxir. Benjamin W. Miller of Hartford Expired ' : Suddenly Wear Mllford. Benjamin W. Miller.a well-known rest- dent of Hartford, expired suddenly on the 5 o'clock train yesterday afternoon, surrounded by his family. Mr. Miller died just after the train passed Milford. The remains were brought to this city and Medical Examiner White and Cor oner Mix notified. . After a thorough investigation they decided that death was due to natural oauses, and gave permission for the removal of the body to Hartford on the next train. The deceased had been in poor health fop several, years. Two years ago he removed with his family to South Caro lina in the hope that his health would be benefitted. Last week his physicians told him that there .was no hone for him, and accompanied by his family he smarted- for his Hartford home, travel ing by easy stages. Death, however. overtook him. near Mllford yesterday afternoon,- Miller was 81 year old and leua k widow,.. He was 4 suffer r from oaoiumptlon. ' . mkridvs'm r ohtm. is rr.u. Tin Nw.tpnliil.e-IH raider darted In Id Old Mnllif, V. John i. Anderson, who will be Mai den's postmaster for (he next four years, was born In that city August IS, 1S5S. Ti.e Merlden republican gives (he following sketch o: Ills cureer: "II" was left motherless at two years of age. Ills father first enlisted In the Ninth C. V., and later In Company K, Fourteenth C. V., and died a iu'luoner of war In Andersonvlllo prison, July 15, lsol. Ili'lng (hen nn orphan lie wits left to his own resources, and hud to bo ooiiUmH with a public school edin-ation. When still a boy He went.lq work In (he gla.au di'PHrtinent o( Wilcox slaver plate shop, whera he remained for twelve years. Ho then ivorked'fur a humber of years for tils' MerloVn' llrltnnnla coin puny, and later for a Inoal publishing company. August 29. 1SS3, he went to work for Uluke & Allen, the Colony street clothing concern, for whom he has since worked. In 180 the Y. M. T. A. I!, society was formed, and Mr. Anderson wns elected Its first president, and subsequently served several terms. For the last six years he has been treasurer of the so ciety, lie Is also a prominent member of Silver City lodge, A.O.U.W.; Silver City council, K. of C, and the Clerk's Protective union. In politics ho has al ways been very active, and served the democratic party faithfully. Pits services have been constantly recognized, and In '87 and '88 he was chosen chairman of the democratic town committee. For business reasons he declined the po sition In '89. During the last congres sional fight he was elected a member of tho delegation and was chosen chair man of the democratic congressional convention held in New Haven In 1892, at which Congressman Plgott was nom inated after a hard fought fight, and It is to Mr. Anderson that Congressman Plgott owes his election In a large meas ure. Mr. Anderson was also city sheriff In '86, and to him is due the successful adoption of the new rules now govern ing the democratic party of Merlden. He is a member of St. Rose's church, and he served for five years in Company I. partly under Captain Wood and partly under Captain Bowen. July 6, 1889. he married Miss Margaret McCabe, and two bright boys have since been born to them. Exciting Kara From New York. ine xscw iiaven Homing club held a young bird race from New York yester day, first honors going to E. Curren, 75 Carlisle street, time 1 h 45:30; second, J. Mnlncrldn, First avenue, West Haven, 1 h 40:10; next to ooop, G. Granger, Allentown, time 1 h 48:30; next to ooop, F. Harmon's, 1 h 40:45, Asylum street. 3. Malacrldaof Spring and First avenue West Haven, Is seeretary of the club. Rot for Glen Island. To-day the steamer John H. Starln will go to that delightful resort Glen Island. This will be a splendid oppor tunity for family parties, for no socie ties will be on board. Start at 8:30; ar rive home at 8 p, pi. Glen Island, which undergoes many improvements annually and presents new attractions every summer.has been made even more enchanting this season than ever before. A new feature Is a museum containing interesting and In structive cariosities from all parts of the world. -Starnburg castle, modeled after a German feudal castle of the twelfth century, has been completed and filled with fine specimens of armor and weapons worn by knights of old. The menagerie, aviary and aquarium have , been enlarged and the tropical plants and horticultural features added to. The music is furnished by the Old Guard' band, Rampone military orches tra and a troupe of Tyrolean warblers. Good dinners and Glen Island clam bakes are served as usual. Nine flrie excursion steamers run to the Island from New York, as follows: The Edgerton', Sam Sloan, Howard Car roll, Mohawk.GIen (new), Myndert Star- in, Matte'awan.Thomas Hunt and Laura M. Starln. Recently Mr. Starin enter tained at'Glen Island six hundred of the master mechanics who have been In convention at the Broadway Central hotel. On July 7 he entertained the New York State Editorial convention nd yesterday the National Editorial convention. ' How lo.Obtaina Fan-Complexion by . Natural Means. The natural. Carlsbad Sprudel Salt clears the complexion and purifies the blood. It is easily soluble, pleasant to take and per manent in actipn. Best taken When plenty of out-door exercise can be had. The genuine pro duct of the Carlsbad Springs has the signature of " Eisner & Men delson Co., New York," on ev ery bottle. We are' offering to-day some Fancy Home Dressed Broiling and Roasting 'Chickens. Tender, Choice Ducklings. -Sweetbreads. CAULIFLOWERS. ' TELEPHONE PEAS. Also a Great Variety of Delicacies. 350 and 35? STATE STREET. May Audit Tat Cullaetor Tattle's Hooks, A spct'liil nu l ling of tho apeolnl c om- inlllco on uiuming was held lu the city hull Into yenioriliiy nfli'moon at which nil tin mnnliers of the oomiiilttw were lrt'ii(. AHi ru IriiKtliy dlwmanlon It Him (I. clib-d Unit It wns for the beat In tcrrsis of I In- oily to continue tho nud- iilug of (ho )Hikn of tho various oily otlU-UiU. Alilei'itum UulliiKlier and llll li r Wft'ii ll.lullrll t BUlwHIIIIIIlltlCII wlih liiKiiinii, in tu uniii'iir lief ore the Ixmiil of m li-i lini n nt ilin next nni-llng of Uuu body mill midiMtvor to secure lis copiTiii l,m in iiuvliig the books of Tax ('iilliTlur Tntllii iimlili'il. Tholaxcol li'i torV liookH, It U cliilmcil, have not liei'ii uiuliieil fur nir fifteen yenr. KIim Aliirui ttox Changed. Tho location of Box 20 has been ('hunted from tho corner or Oregmiu alley nml ('Impel street to the corner of ('Impel uml Templo st reels. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorlo. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Woodbury removes Boles, Warts, Pimples, Freckles, Wrin kles, Superfluous Kair, all Facial Blemishes, and Skin Diseases. Regular registered Physicians. Call or write. Consultation free, i as West 42d Street, N. Y. Brad lOe. for s tittle "Fetatr" book. 10) psc-s on skin and MMlp. ara cx kl hair. prMm tton of eb complexion, 1-4101 of sll skin blnmithrs, la noort ths nwultot l r' oraoUcal una renon traadns the ml a. MoUad, RNiNiW WT laanH, Wlio HQ' p w ot Woodbury's tools! Soap. FOR KKNT, Eight looms, m odors Improvements: convenient tu canter of city. Inquire FOK SALE. Em mode build Lake Plane, two new brick houses, I modem ImproTouient. 1 rooms ; sue .butldlnit lots. J. D. Pl.UNKETT. pi4tf 40 Church street, Room 8. FOK KENT, Bootety nails In Mnsonlo Temple, fur s nished, and Janitor service. TO LET, At Indian Neck, fumielwd cottar often Q rooms : Rood batBlnr, extensive (rounds, shade, barn : prion $900. AddreM Wat. BRYAN, Monrowete Hons, ap86 if Brantord, Conn. yQt.0AN 14 BOOM HOUSE in WESTVILLE. Lot 100x200. 80 Mistake Will M .-Kb YOU who are looking; for a Building Lot on which to build for a home. INVESTIGATE . The Building Lots bounded by Orange, Kdwards, Livingston and Cauner streets. THEY ABE The Cheapest for tho Money, The Mast Desirable, (AND, MORE IMPORTANT THAN ALL,) The Hialthiest Lcoatioi In tbe city of New Haven. (Statistics will bear oat tbls statement.) For sale by LEEC H KITS EXCHANGE, Boom No. S, Lyon Building, Je5 769 Chapel Street. pltscellauecus. TIE FOlLOIIIt LETTER Is Self-Explaiiatoiy: Messrs. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnishers, T4 and 76 Orange Street, corner Center. Gentlemen Permit me to introduce my friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. R., who are just married and propose to commence right by going at once to housekeeping. They have everything to buy, and remembering as I do with so much pleasure the many courtesies extended to me by your concern while so recently fitting up my own house, and everything selected having proved so extremely satisfactory, I take great pleasure in recom mending my friends to patronize your establishment, knowing how much it will be for their advan tage to do so. Yours truly, ., , . ., G. D.J. blunts. One Cent m Word f iwh Insertion, flv rents Word fur full Week, Mveu times. '""VAXTKI, " S ITT ATIO hy nmiix-irut Hwedltb girl as t'. .k in urlv.it" tiiiully ; Niisry tla. j Jil'll! ,Vl.li.a It. J., tins ..Ulce." W.IXTKI. AMTI'ATION by n-eiwxtiihle rlrl to d iri'iii'inl liuiiM'ftorli. Iii'iulrf nt J l iH filtKK.NK i ItEKT. WAXTKU, A HITI'ATION l d imirrol bouiework ot .a. w'iH. iiiiuir M cuuklUK. Iiiiulr ut ioj i'ohtmka jmtKrr. Cun lie n for two iln. J) mm WANTKIK "VrrHSR Iflrlj rolwcnw riiulr1. Apnlyal j jylUiil' l CliritTII BTUKBT. WAXTKI7 ' VHITL ATIDN hy a rntiiiitent pi'ronn to) eiHik, wa.li anu lin ir m 1.i h.iii-urk. Inipilre nt 1 fAflOKV HTIIKKT jiruii" No rarils. WAXTKI). OITt'ATIONH hy two Hwrdlah lrl to d k I vi'tinrai noiiu'W irx. inmirRet JyH. ii 11 IWI'IXKKTKKKt. Kalr Hvm. WAXTKIl, BITCATION tn do cooking- or general V housowoik. Apply jyH-f atl YORK STH RET, WAMTKD. A COMPETENT arlrl for general houso. work; do wnahlnir. Mild. C h. HMEDI.E7. Jy73t HOIln-wrrr street. Ai't,U TTOURSWom mil, oost, eus. ; also tJt. A M aiioos ror suon ins rottRT TFrr AV ANTED, BY a onmpctont pinnn, a situation to do conking or will do oliainberwork and aa sl.t tn laundry work: country, aikoh nioesti lllrl would like a plscn to assist In housework and to make lieraauT useful. BARTHOLOMEW, 51 Ornnjfe street, Gaudc fruy's Old Stand. WANTED. BEST servants. Uidlrs neidlntr help should lull here. There Is no olhi-r wnv vnu oau do as well. We bave been established here years, know anil supply sll the Iwet. Hulp for any kind of work can always bo secured bore. Wo use Judgment, carefully selerttn only those that will do the work required. Finest olBee, best facilities and largest business la New England. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. oil TiPi Oinpol street. atsccUaticotts. MALT.OUY'8, 141 Oranye; costs nothlnr to look; may tlnd what you want. Jy3it" CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS nn all Private and Business Matters. MEDICAL Woman's diseases. ixmsuitullon in iiersnn or nv letter. M AUY J. WKIGHT, M. D.. npg8 ly Ofllce, Tontine Hoi el, Ut Church stj Qml gstate. FOK RUN T, Two Rood stores on Crown street; oaa be mad Into one If desired. Call on or address F. O. LUM. mat) tf 87 Center street. FOR RENT, Suitable for roanuf aoturins; purposes, a room about DOiM feet. w. 11 lixhied on three sides, eentrallv lorated. Enoulra of JetUSt 8. B. OVIaTT 87 Church st. FOR RENT, 82 Trumbull street, whole house. 878 Crnwn street, " " Lake Place, " " B0 Whalley avenue, " " 50 Garden street, first floor. 208 ExchRnirest., " " 8 Woolsey street, " " JOHN C.PUNDERFORD, lid Cluiroh Street. FOR RENT, House on Dlzwsll avenue, 9 rooms, modern Improvements, tSD per month. auswirra real estate omen, 7.10 Chanel strsst. FOK SALE OK KENT, H House onrner Dwlght street and Elgewood avenue, suitable fr one or two families good lot ; price low. OU AH. D. JflOOLL & CO., 81 Church street (Benedict Building), Boom 15, Evenlnirs from 7 to 8. BUY A BUILDING LOT Now While Prices Are Low. CITY LOTS, SHORE LOTS, SUBURBAN LOTS. EDWARD M. CLARK, 121 CHURCH STREET, Evenings 7 to 8. Room IS. mmw te sivi nasu Iriiiit. flfildlBg lota oa Sain, Voantala, Want frospeet, WlUard. AJden, Barnett and otner desirable restdesee ntreetj In Wa niie, (or sale at prions raanlng from two to Ms) eeau per square toot. Mow Is th Una to bay, for particulars, oal Ion or address H. O. Pardee. 1M Vonntaln street. Weetvfll. nlstf FARM WANTED. City property will be exchanged far farm with or without buildings. B. B. Baldwin, 818 ( TO LOAN, $20,000 a?er3ce3nnt.centr"1 realMtat Apply to CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Monday and Saturday evenings. ' FARM WANTED, With stock and tools, In ezokaage for nearly new two-family house with modern convenienses, well located and near horaa cars. In this city. For full particulars, permit to see house, etc, please call or adoiaas GeorgaA. IabelU. 787 Chapel atreei , Mew Haven. Conn, Real (state for .ale. A brick house on Oranga street, ' oentreJIj looitad, Desirable heats, with bam, oa large oorner lot on Wnailay avenue, Oorner lot on Shelton Menu, Baaatlfal lot on Wlnthropare ntif,. 40x134, neax eleotrie ....... . ,13,000 $8,000 $15 foot $30 (col t300 Cheap lot lot on Goodyear street, .tuna I set, tor Money to loan nt 5 per oeni LP. 1 Baal Ittate and Flnanolal Agent, Room 17, Exobanire Building;, 181 Obareli Btreet, jelt - '.