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Ieisfoii5oiif This Is How It Happens! We take account of stock next week, and un til then we are going to sell goods very cheap. We cannot enumerate; suffice to say, at every turn in the store, on ev ery counter, irresistible bargains will be found. We might spread over this whole page, were it our habit. Conscious, however, of our strength and reputation, and knowing the high intelli gence of our patrons, we are content to mod estly mention same. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. KOAL. I am now delivering Koal in bags and carried into the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all dirt and buy .of W.F. GILBERT, , 65 Churcli Street, opposite Postofflce, 89 to 91 Bailroad AYemie. During the hot weather you want something refreshing to drink. We suggest you visit our store and select a bottle of Meyer, Bane Mfg. Co. Lemonade Raspberry, Claret, Orange or Pineapple flavored, Rose's Lime Juioe, Cnfermented Grapi Juice, Manitou Spring Water and Ginger Champagne, A Borsford's Acid Phosphate, Laotart, Korp's Cheer, Henderson's Wild Cherry, Rex Lemonade, ' . Williams' Root Beer Extract, ? Knapp's Root Beer Extract, None-Such Root Beer Extract, eto, 11 " SPECIAL Curtice Bros.' Chicken Soup, one quart oana, 15 pwita. BOSTON GROCERY, N. A, FULLERTON, Prop'r, 91?6 Chapel Street, corner of Temple, Branch Store and Market. 12? i ChamJ Em The Prices are Low. "Bfc The Assortment Large. Fine Mattings. J Bid li zver occur to yon that a good Mattinr is thn cheapest to hny? Ours are Tcry cheah In price and extra good in quality. 1 ...... , J HEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO. : CAEPETINGS AND 68, 70 and 72 Orange, Street.' CLOSED SATURDAYS AT 18 M. DURING JTJLY aVd ATT&TJ8'p. And Hanginpjbp CJottage lino, Oriental Hugs, Mats, MAU OliChUU avUVOA'tS, C AUOr eU010Ul8. THE HOIIE DEEnY 00. flotjr: $450. Ai good Flour at money can buy. rure Minnesota Spring Wheat I It it uot cheap enough to satisfy any oner Excepting the ralaer of the wheat. Every Barrel Guarantee! COFFEE! SO matt of very old and high grado Juva and Mooha Coffee junt rcooived direct from the importer. It In rousted for us very often ; ground to ordor. No firm does or can Mil better few sell so good. " . Choice Teas a Specialty. JOHNSON & BRO., State and Court sts. THE Corcir Chorcb tid Eha Struts, ' OFIXB Spring Laaib Choice. Bef and Mutton. Spring Brollera, Dooklingi. Chloken, 8qab. Sweetbread! and Oatt'e Lire?. Also Fresh .Native Vegetables In foil variety, and a fall Una of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Branoh store at Woodmont, containing a f nil line of the above goods, TJOJEPHOM OAIA SCO. DEAPEBlJilS, " Drapl lriis. Window ; 488 !ljahle L 1, fclit Co NEW HAVEN MORNING allNUTl'KR ALMANAC. JULY 1!. Hm Km, bun Han, l jt Moo Wert. llioa wtbb. leai UKA1II8. of Notaua liall.ae-.d s ym, months. Prayers m ber Uu ranuletuw, III fc4nwou4 avenue, an Tuistev eveiiluv Mt a o'clock, lt.-m.iu. will Us uken to WUreury fur lu. teyment Wednesday otornlng. OVIAH-Iu Unain, uu Monday, lata Inst., Wny roa Ovlati, lu the axh rear of tela ago. Relative mid rrteuda are Invited to attend the. futionu from hla lata rwidouoeon Wedue. dy. July lath, at t p. at. fc ll)MA.VN-lo this olty, July lath, at hi. late hum., Is Cruwo sir out, Luul W. Wluuiauu, agralteycan. ".:'."?? ' fwunU hereafter. WA ILACK-eiuidenly, at a JO p. at, July U, at Hotel Cmllutgo, New Hil(uu.n, , 1- biully, beloved wir, of W. s. Wallace of lfv York. and daughter uf tba lale .N. 9. TuuaiiMva of till olty. Funeral et No. I Eut Mth .treet, Kew York. on rueeday morning, July 17, at 11 o'olovk. Iiiurumui la tlii any at Uruve street oern. T at ftU n. u. ansae day. alt FAHUEN-Io Valr Haveo tut, July IS,eaiah A., wire of Wiliu U. Ferren. agei tt year. Funeral service will be held from bar lata residence, No. Jtt Center street.ua Tuesday. July lTtb. at 4 o'clock. Relatives and frtno.lt are reapumfully Invited W attend wllh.ut further notice, tt t MARINE LIST. . tSSL POUT OF NEW HAVEN. tfb clbamsu. fob E. P. Avery, Uawley, , Nell Ynilllir lrti M.i.iu. W n naHju. t, Inait loe for WmblUKton. D. U. gub Frank O. Damn, Hwan. Norfolk, SchMary Ann, Colllna, N. Y. FOR SALE, i fn ruie. inquire at a. Jynntl 0. 0. W thla oflloa. 25.00 KEWAItl). I08T, a rod Irltb antt4r, t wo rrairt old. . U.C.OnoilNO, is" "J lit) Uwlvbt atroet. POK 8ALK CHKAP. SIXTY foet beat Iron fnce, with ttnnf at tlnin,at Qylini) tO PEARL BTUHbT. POK RENT. TTfl'Oll - m a a I wtfn "i xi room. Jyl7 IV 64 CHESTNUT 8TBERT. FOR MALE. 7J.0AT team, perfeotly muohod, drive Jyi7 it; C. P. I., thlt office. FOR RENT. nrWO onttagpa at Savin Rock, I tk. lu.HU. .... 1 1 directly on ill ten ropma with barn and laundry, Kent Bunauie i or Duianue or aeaaon. iyi i". o. box row. city, WALK OR RIDE 9 ZIOMrNO Inventory purs a price of I5T.0O on .V1 8ooKihereandM.0 on Light lUmdster Tourist" Blcyclee t equal to any $128 wheel. Ask pa about the guarantee. lyilBl WALLKY, KEELY aY OO. NOTinic. THE copartnprihlp heretofore ezlitlng un der the ttrm nam of A A Piimlnw 1 rA la this day dissolved by mutual content. A. A. . J. H. PHILLIPS. The "Ideal Stone' hnalnnu will ha fniXn. uedby (Jyl7 8t) A. A. FAN8L0W. 85 CENTS duiu outdoor i TTJY8 a flnt-cuisii out-door mat. THE HOME DHAPEHY CO. STRAYED. 17IK0M premises of E. B. Huasell, Orange, k and white shepherd DUDtir. three X blucl months old, Finder rewanled If lett at UBS CHAPEL 8XMEET." ' iyi -t' IX) NT FAIL TO visit Mallory's Old Curiosity Shop. Jyl7f UlOBA! N0. FOR SALE. A SOUND, gentle horse, safe for a lady to drive, with rood uhaeton. chnn If sold at onoe. Call between 8 and t o'clock at iyl4 8f it HOfCHKISS STREET. FOR RENT, rpWO coMeres at Woodmont, furnished. A null T?. cross' drug store, Murwin s Pofnt. inor 7tt FOR RENT. SECOND floor, Ave rooms, and two In attic : convenienoea. - . jymtt 608 HOWARD AVENUE. FOR RENT. EIGHT rooms, modern improvement, con venient to oenter of olty. Inquire J" n as ejjuisww'I) AVENUE: FOR RENT. fTIWO good stores on Crown street o" vail uv Call on or AAH V. .a maae into one ir desired, address F. c. LIJM. mh2l'tf W Center street. AUCTION, AUCTION. EDWARD MALLET will sell at pubilo auc tion on the evening of July Hth, at (1:30. several fine building lota located on Daven port avenue near Baldwin street. Term 10 per cent, cash, babnoe five to ten years. .... DILLON k O'BRIEN'. Jy18" Auctioneers. "IDEAL STONE THE best Artinolal Stone in the market for sidewalks, dn vewavs. mill, shnn and Ham. floors, cellar bottoms, curbing, ooplng. eto. All orders promptly executed and satisfac tion guaranteed. A. A. FAN8L0W, 52 Lafayette street, Jala tf (P. O. Box 8M) New Haven. Probate Court. District of New Havani at.) wow naveu, 4iuy mil. law. . r ESTATE of JANE B. LEAVENWORTH late of New Haven, In said district, da! ceased. , Upon application of Julius Twist, pray ing that an instrument In writing nur Dortlnir to be tha last will and t!,..! iKkiu uovoiumiu uw; ay be proved, approved, al admitted to probate, as per aonuoa. ) more fully appears. It ft lowed and ( uon on nie more fully api UKDEBED That said application he heard and determined at a Probate Court to be held a- V tT...n 1 I A j.iJ.i .. ."-ClV : July, 'rDri.attenToKi ?ta ttTfaS noon, and that notice be given of the pa-I anrir W amM annllanflAn J L It v aM" I J - eKK.yawva eaiau me UUU) ftDQ place of hearing thereon by publishing- the same three times in some newspaper bav7n.r a circulation In said district. , A. H EATON ROBERTSON, jyl'3t Judge of said Court. COMMITTEE ON SEWERS. rpHE committee on sewers will meet in room X 10 and 11, Olty Hall, on ThuradaVJuy j? 1W4, at p. m., for tbe purpose of considering uie louuwiua matters , Petition of tbe Trustees of the Old Alms house Farm of New Haven for sewers In the following named streets : . , Edirewood avenue, north side hotM.n ... ten and Brownell street. . . Edgewopd avenue, south side, between Nor ton aud Nott streets. Ellsworth avenue, between Edgewood ave nue and Reynolds street. ' Reynolds street between Nott and Brownell streets, . . Brownell street between Edgewooej avenue id TTIm w.rupt m. w and Elm street. Petition of crank A. Sherman eta), for sew- . follows : . 1. Gilbert avenue, between Rhnrman .'..'." n i snerman avenue, between Gilbert avenue I and Ouk street. rinir k tn . . . I it. BoTevaVdT T7T aormr Tenue ,na Remonstrance of George Sohmitt et al. on avenue. ' All persons interested In any of the forego- mg are uereuy DQtUlea to a heard thereon without further I Per order, FRANCIS W. itloe. an?: pa oLfir. Attest: jy!78t EDWARD A. STjJeBJ11' Assistant City Clerk. I ot oae of the beet. wUtbe wfik w July W iid wfi JOURNAL AND COURIER, SOME REFUflXG TESTIMONY .v pxrjr.w or maith nrrtexn WHtUUT AND CLKHK h.HLtX, Ir. Wright's Drive Teallne Thai Be Inter view Tank riaea With iwarne na tha MoralBgef May a Contradlrtt the Par aaar Testimony ef wayae-Ttlmeay of Meallk latBeetera Mis a ad Jaehaea- fenoaalltlM Esehaaged Betweea Wlt eea Jarbsea Bad Attorney Hamilton. , Tbe iovestlgatlouof the charges made by Oarbage Collector Hwayuu against Ilcaltb Onioer Wright and I'lfrk Halley waa continued In tha chamber of tha board of oounollmtm taut availing, be fore tha board of health, Mayor Hargant preeldlng. Dr. Wright and Clerk Bailey were prewnt with thalr oounsel, Attor ney Ashor and Ely. Attorney Charles 8. Hamilton noted aa oounanl for Oar- baga Collector Bwayno, who was In at tendance. Tha meeting was chnraoteriaed by several interesting features, but so much lima waa taken up by the lawyer argu Ing over contested evidence that uot nearly aa mauy wltiiaser wore called aa it was hoped would be. Tbe testimony of J allies Ryan, who ucted a driver for Dr. Wright on the muruiug of Hay 23, eoutradiota that of GurbagnCollaotor Bwayoe and hi wife. Kyan says that there waa uo Interview between Dr, Wright aud Mr. Swayno on Orauge street on the morning of May 28, but that Dr, Wright drove by Bwayne with out uotlolng blm. Tha defense alio In troduced tha avldeuoe of Health In peotor Jaukson, who beard Clerk Builey remark that the cheek aud (6 bill left at the board of health room waa for 8wayue'a Bridgeport collector. County Health Officer Hoadlcy's test! mouy showed that be had been at the board of health room In tbe morning and copied off complaints, which he bad communicated to Mr. Bwayne at the former' offloa In tba afternoon and had also carried a letter from Clerk Bailey, The rest of the ovideuue dealt with minor details. Tbe hearing waa In tbe main a fol Iowa: Patrick Gallagher waa sworn. Attor ney Aaber Interrogated him concern ing the board of health meeting held on May 22." Ha aald that he waa at the door from 7: JO until the board went into executive session. He had not Been Mr. Swayne and Dr. Wright In the hall that evening, although he mentioned several others he did aee. He aaw Dr. Wright and Mr. Swayne in the room Where the meeting waa held all the evening. Attorney Hamilton then aaked him to whomsbe bad apoken on thia matter De- fore. Mr. Gallagher anawered that he had never mentioned the subject to anyone before alnce the evening of the meeting. Attorney Hamilton then aaked If he thought that he oould come to the preaent meeting and tell everything that waa done at that former meeting, It be bed never mentioned It to any Derson before. Mr. Gallagher and Attor ney Hamilton 'exchanged fire a little while, and then Mr. Gallagher re tired. James Ryan, who la employed by Dr, Wright, waa then sworn. Attorney Aatier asked If he remembered when Dr. Wright left his residence on the morning of May 23. "About ten minutes of 8," was the an awer. "Where did he go to then?" aaked Attorney Asher. Mr. Ryan anawered that he made two calls, neither of .them taking over ten or fifteen minutes, and then he went by way of Orange, Elm and- Chapel streets to Warner hall. "Did you aee Mr. Swayne on your way to Warner, hall?" asked Attorney Aaner. "We passed him in front of Sperry's drug store, corner of Orange and Grove streets. I noticed that Dr. Wright went by Mr. Swayne without having any con versation with Mr. Swayne whatever. He tipped his hat to Dr. Wright,the lat ter not having bis attention attracted by the salute," said Mr. Ryan, Mr. Asher then asked what conversa Hon passed between the witness and Dr. Wright after they paaaed Mr. Swayne. To this Mr. Hamilton objected. At torney Asher Insisted that the evi dence be admitted on tha ground timt the conversation between Mr. Swayne and his wife had been admitted at a previous hearing. The tastlmony waa admitted by the board. Wltneaa then aald that he aaked Dr. Wright If he noticed Mr. Swayne when they paaaed him. Dr. Wright answered that he 'did not. Wltneaa then said that they proceed tmwMAi4lat4.lv TA WOPYlaW . II wriapt) W lllIIUmtl w ' h1-' before o'clock. He waited there for Dr. Wright until about 11 o'clock. He waa certain that Dr. Wright did not i leave tha hall during that time. Mr. Hamilton then aaked Mr. Ryan If he knew what time the medical conven tion convened in Warner hall on May 23. Witness replied that he did not. Attorney Hamilton aaked wttnaaa if he did not 'know that the convention did not assemble until 11 o'clock. Attorney Hamilton then aaked it the witness had ever mentioned this matter to anyone else. Witness said he bad. When the fact that Mr. Swayne preferred charges came out In the papers, Dr. Wright came out and read the article to the witness, who was washing a carriage. D. Wright said to wltneaa that If he could, pttt himself in mind of the date lu.luil Jrlvni Mm ta tlu iunnnllnn it might be of assistance to him. At- torbey (Hamilton then asked witness nc uuum remcuiuci u uuicr oi ur. Wright' action either the day before (he dAy after May 28, or at any Other tlmia. Witnessed confeaaed hla inability tjma. Wj( to ao BO wunoui tatting tnougnt. County Health Offloer Carlton E. Hoadley was sworn. Attorney Ely asked, him if he was preaent at the board of health meeting on May 22. At torney Hoadley said that he supposed that he! was preaent at tha meeting In queatlon, although he would not be sure a to the date. -.Attorney Ely Did you go to the room the tjoard of health the next morn- Attorney Hoadley I did. About 8:18. andf I staid until after 12 o'clock copy ing, off complaints. .Attorney Ely When did you first aee Mr Swayne that day? . , Attorney Hoadley Not until the mld- dltyot.the afternoon..! handed him a letter I bad received from Mr. Bailey in the morning.,, and I marked off the stMeta oft Which complaints were mada, I d 'that be could And them the more TUESDAY, JULY 17 1894. you bn counsel fo? Mr. Swayne? Attorney Hoadlay Naver, at Other time. ny Attorney Hamilton What waa the reason you want up and copied off the re in plain ta la tha morning? Not to give Mr. Swayne, I auppoaa? Attorney Hoadlsy-Not at all. I had thought for Bom time that the ayatem of garbage collecting waa all wrong, and I copied them In pursuance of my duty aa county health offloer. Attorn Hamilton Can you tell ma all tha paraona who nam Into the board of health room while you war copying tha complaint? Attorney Hoadley No, air. Robert A. Branson, employed by the firm of Waahburn aV Co., waa neat worn. He aald In answer to Attorney Ahers queatlon that he had arrived at Warner hall on tha morning of May 21 to attend the medloal convention about 1:80 o'clock. Dr. Wright teetlfled that h remembered ahaklng hand with him and saying hallo. He re member.untll about 11 o'clock. He had malned, aa far a tha witness could re known Dr. Wright ever alnce he had been In New Haven. Lewis Mix, Inspector for the board health, waa than worn. He teatlfled that he bad arrived at the board of health room ahortly after 8 o'clock and remained until 8 o'clock on the morning of May 23. Ha then came In a little be fore 12 o'clock. Attorney Ely then handed him exhibit 8 and aaked him wnat it waa. He aald it waa a com- plaint concerning a tub of garbage at 831 8tate atreet. near a house owned by Mra. Margaret K. Ryana. Witness had glevn the memorandum to Clerk Bailey ana n put it on hi spindle. Attorney Ely then asked If Clerk Bailey had ever torn up a complaint concerning 521 State atreet that wit ns had given Clerk Batley. Witness declared that he had never aeen htm tear any complaint up. He denied that he waa at the board of health room about 8:30 o'clock on the afternoon of June 8. at which time Swayne stated that Clerk Bailey had torn up the com plaint concerning 821 State atreet Witness said that his reason for so tes tlfylng waa that he waa never at the board of health rooms in the afternoon until after 4:80. Witness testified that Mr. Swayne came to the board of health room about every day and atayed from 8 to 8 o'clock previous to May 28. He had never seen Mr. Bailey receive a check and 85 bill. On cross-examination he said that Mr. Swayne was at the board of health room on tha morning of May 28 between 8 and 8 o'clock. Exhibit 5 (complaint at S21 State ' atreet) was then shown to Mr. Mix, It waa noted that there waa no data on it Witness waa asked if he had ever made a complaint from 621 State atreet except at that time. Wlt neaa waa postttv that he had not. He aald that the only complaint from there he handed to Clerk Batley on June 5 be fore 12 o'clock, He had talked the mat ter oyer with Clerk Bailey on two differ, ent occasions, Jut when he could not remember, . Charle E. Jackson, another health inspector,, waa tha next wltneaa. He waa preaent at the meeting of the board on May 22. He arrived at the office the next .morning about 8 o'clock, and he thought Mr.. Mix waa there. Clerk Bailey arrived -about 9 o'clock. Mr. Swayne did sot come in between those time.' ' He stayed' until half-past 12 o'olock Attorney Hoadley did oome In during tbe morning. . There was no in terview at the ofFloe between Mr. Bailey and Mr. Swayne' between half-past and half-paat 12. . Of this witness waa positive. Wltneaa further testified that In conversation with Clark Bailey the latter road the remark that Swayne must be getting pretty bard pressed by bla creditor,, aa be was in here thia morning an 4; left me a check and aome money 'to- atave off a creditor that he saya la ooming un to attach his pay. Attorney Asher then aaked him if he remembered that Dr. Wright and Rob ert A. Poran had some conversation in which Poran aald that Swayne was sick, to which Dr. Wright replied "Tes, and ha will be aloker if he does not come down and attend to business aa he promised.? . Wltneaa aald that Dr. Wright did not use tha words "aa he promised." .Witness was positive on thia point and ajl the cross-examination of Atttorney Hamilton could not shake him, Attorney Hamilton at length drifted into personalities. He asked Mr. Jackson what hla business waa before he was a health Inspector. He said he was a canvasser. "Well, be fore that?" queried' the examiner. "I waa on the police .force," was the an swer. "You were removed from the force, ware you net?" aaked Attorney Hamilton. "Tea," replied Mr. Jackson. 'You were removed for unbecoming conduct or something ot the kind, were you not?" asked the attorney. "I went into a house to get a cup of coffee. A man put up a job on me, just like Swayne haa on these men," was Mr. Jackson's answer, . Dr. Flelschner then protested against attempting, to malign tbe character of any of the Witnesses. H thought aa Attorney Ashr' questions concerning Mr. Bwayne in connection with arson and Insurance companies had been ruled out, these question concerning the life ana character of Mr. Jackson ought not to be admitted. Mr. Jackson said that he waa Willing to answer any' thing concerning bin character. "And I can aay things about you, too, Mr. Hamilton. Tou ware dlabarred." It appeared to tbe board that things were being carried a little too far. and owing to tne fact that it would be Im possible to finish tbe testimony, aa the hour waa growing lata, tba hearing was adjourned ,un.MI ' thia efgnlng at 8 o'clock. ,29 Barrels Potatoes. we snau aau the finest Potatoes in town all this week a . u-: 2Gc Peclc 75c finsM W are otag ' the bv4lne on State street. All are bltlted to call at V'-'-'MI l ... ' j. M. Oldntjr, aVfYa.-B x-gULaVwr 'dee reieu t.jna40M to tt ITTfe; -eiM )) m l uu tennrtal ,ene4l liaeM qivmit at rtiik,HMtu aiMi ta luttlAai(ltnMi eui lA Bail w,d MjK eqj 4rw SSb1? ril M 5fi wKt?' 'A 'N 99S P" Ai 8i 99iJ U0plri8UO3 91JJJB JO JTX) npiiXqj pajsnjJaj jinJj'g I8TO3SICI ujus pun 'fsqiraioia 03j H 'in jj nonaj3dng 'Jpj 0JA T9I33JI ,jduji '81JAV OF THE Remington Bicycle n often remarked, la not often raen bv us. Tha Hnulnirton haa mure lin- Thougi tioned Mirtant features mure worthy of attention. In every way it I as good a ealtic looks. Sold for cash or on easy term. INO. RENTING. Veru Bicycle and Store, Rubber 158 Orange Street. Btoro dosed evenings oxcept Saturday JtondnjnliirhTSJuJyjtre and SHOE STORE CLOSED All day Tuesday, July 17th, to mark our entire stock down to SPOT-CASH prices. Commencing WEDNESDAY, July 18, we sell for CASH ONLY, and at prices LOWER than ever quoted before in NEW HAVEN. come witn your family, liring a SMALL POCKETBOOK and a LARGE BASKET. A. B. GREENWOOD, 773 CHAPEL STREET. Store closed Evenings, except Monday aua eaturaay. Call and see SHEPP'S PHOTOGRAPHS OW THE WORLD and WORLD'S FAIR that wo. give away. ileal gstate. FOR RENT. IOCIETY halls In Mosonlo Temple, fur nlshed. and lanltor aervlce. f7m i HAKLtg wiiaaoa, Agent. Westville to Have Rapid Transit. TCILDING lots on Main, fountain, West aj rroepeoi, nuiaro, Aiaen, uarnett, ana other desirable residence street In Westville, for sale at prices ranging from two to tan coil, par square iUUL.- Now is the time to buy. . For particular oall en or address H. C. PARDEE, nlBtf 182 Fountain street. WestvlUe. FOR SALE, HOWE AND LOT, T8 WILLI a n STRIIT, Lot is warn banireot Q 8. B. 0VIATT, 87 Chnreh street. myttf No ffidib f 111 Yon Make TOU who are looking for a Building Lot on A wmuu w ouiia xor a oome. INVESTIGATE The Building Lots bounded by Orange, Edwards, Livingston and Canner Streets. THEY ARB . The Cheapest for the Money, The Most Desirable, (And, More Important Than AUJ The Healthiest Location In the olty of New Haven. (Statistic will bear ICS W mm REPAIR. out this statement.) Jrorsaieny BEECHEH'S EXCHANGE, Room No. 5, Lyon Building, 769 Chapel Streets One Cent a Word each Insertion, five rente a Word for a full Week, seven times. t TTTT 1 WANTED. A Y ! mn uo,,t " rn of age a XV an luvoloe vlork. Addn in bis owa iMiiilwrltlng, p. o, uox N L'MUKIt SI. Jy " New Haven, folio. W VNTkl. CI IHL fur gvouial leiuaownrk In family of .T. ' FOUNTAIN aTMKKT, jy t w-tviii. WANTED, HOW E A BTETHON wish an eiprrlenoed drees tfoiMla ealtwmMii Hn.l ..aw ":zr.::' r'T'.t"'"!. jyn t WANTED. V ell OOOn family bora for hm In theeoun J V try, safe for a ludy to drive j price wual below. Addruu jyl(l .It P. O. TIOX g3, dry. WANTED, GOOD man In New Haven who csn In. tt reat caudal In thcainflr of tlon In good Mlandlnir and tutvlnir w..n ii. agod man preferred, in aoud s.r IkI atandlng. Jyl.1 Tt Box tin, New Haven. Conn. WANTED, BY a competent person. situation to do eonklnir or will dn rhmhii.wr,rif Mn.i --. !( in iiiiiiiurT worn : in laundry work : no nlilivtton to tha uuunir) . Also a niee girl would like a place so a nlee u housework and to make herself useful. BARTHOLOMEW, 51 Orange street, Gaude froy's Old Stand. WANTED. TrT servant. Lsdles needing help should J J call here. There is no other way you can do as well. We h.ve been etabllshl here years know and supply all the best. Help for any kind of work can always be secured here. We use judgment, carefully selecting only those that will do the work required. Finest office, beet facllltlee and tars-eat btialnma la New England. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. l " Til Chapel street. "CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on all Prlvste and Huslnes Matters. MEDICAL-Woman's diseases. tooiiultatlon In person or by letter. MARY J. WRIGHT M n apiHly Office. Tontine Hotel. 148 Church st. ileal j-statt. FOR RENT. FIVE rooms, centrally located ; ean be used for housekeeping or light maniifaoturina? purposes. Inquire of M. H. GOODYEAR, J) " it ueorge, oor. Congress avenue. FOR SALE. IN Lake Place, two now briok houses, mod. ern lninrovementji. IR rnnmv ni.h,,iM Ing lots. J. D. PLUNKETT. apt tf 49 Church street. Room 8. EitU SALK OR HEAT, Q: House enreer Dwlght street and Edgewood avenue, suitable f..r oa or two famllls I good lot j prioslow. CHAJB. d. KIOOLL A CO- Hcnuraa street (Beaedlot Bnlldlng), IS, Evenings from 7 to A FOR RENT, 83 Trumbull street, whole house. 3T8 Crown street, " 88 Uke Plaoe, " M 60 Whalley avenue, " M Garden streot, first floor, 20 Exchange St., " " 8 Woolsey street, " " JOHN C.PUNDERFORD, 116 Churoh Street. BUY A BUILDING LOT Now While Pnoes Are Low. CITY LOTS, SHORE LOTS, SUBURBAN LOTS. EDWARD M. CLARK, 121 CHURCH STREET, Evenings 7 to 8. Room 18. TO LOAN, $20,000 atfSer0ceJnnt.COntral Apply to CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Monday and Saturday evenings. FARM WANTED, fic wico stock ana tools, la exchange for a nearly new two-family bouse with modern conveniences, well located and near horse cars. In this city. For full particular, permit to see bouse, eto., pleas call or ad areas Oeorgv A. Iabell, T7 Chapel strew, Sew Haven, Oosjs. FARM WANTED. tITY property will be exchanged for t jarm wita or witnout Dulidlngs, R. E. BALDWIN, 818 Chapel street. d&w FOR RENT, J JOTJSE on Dlxwell avenue, room. modern Improvements, $X per month. MERWIN'S Real Eatate Office, JeZ 769 Chapel street. JSloan 14 ROOM HOUSE in WESTVILLE. Lot 100x200. Real state for hit. A brick house on Orange atnat, 918,000 atniraiiy looaiaa. Desirable heme, wltUbarn, a large oorner lot aa Whallty vnna, 11,000 Cornr lot m Shelton avant, 15 foot BaaBtUnl lot on Wlnthfopava- na, avxioa, aau auotno w, 80fot4 Cheap lot lot oa Goodyaai atnat, avxiaa net, zer fHOt, Money to loan at S pai sent. LP. Baal Estate aad tlnaaoUl Agaat, . oa4 CHAPEL STREET MtlXi . I ' . lMfSSiiy BialMJaa, Mrorrfey. Hamuton-How4 long 1 9STSi.Mmmkmm tall " ' t ' t V.. ew - rf . ttiM, 4M Me Orange.