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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, JULY 19 1894.
WITHOUT Any Regard to Cost. Quick wltted and money-saving people are crowding our (tore. They know the value of goods. Why not you f Fruited Jaconets, that are beauties, at Kjo. Finest Ginghams that were 25o and 85c, now lOo. Merrimack Prints and best Apron Ging hams at fiu. Best All Wool French Challles that were 68c, now 39c. Those Cheney Bros.' Printed Silks, (1.00 quality, at 48o. Parasols receive the Mack-eye In price : 8 lots tl.OO, 92.50 and (3 00. Indies' Lisle Vests, extremely pretty, usually 60o, now 25c. Bilk Gloves that were 80c, now 25o. 25c, now ltfo. Men's genuine, C. G. Lisle Hose in fast browns and tans at 33o ; reduced from 48o. Men's Outing Shirts reduced from 50o to 87o, from $1.00 to 03o, from $1.00 to 76o, from 1.60 to 75c. Men's Jeari Drawers reduced from 60o to 39o, and the Elastio seam from ' tl.00to87o. Men's Merino and Bal. Shirts and Drawers that were 25c, now 20o. Men's white and natural Shirts and Drawers that are usually 50o, now 89c. Men's natural Balbriggan Shirts and Drawers reduced from $1.00 to 75o. Two price Calico Suits that were $2.25, now $1 60. Duck Suits that were $4.60, now $1.05. Linen Duck Suits that were $11.50 now $6.50 ; $7.00 now $4.50. Serge Suits that were $19.50 now $10.50, $12.50 now $7.00, $6.00 now $4.00. Covert Suits that were $17.00 now $0.00. Tteisopiif 762 to 768 Chapel Street. K0AL am novf delivering Koal in bags and .carried into the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all dirt and buy of W.F.GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opposite Postoffice, 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. SEASONABLE GOODS. purtug the hot weather you want something refreshing to drink. We suggest you visit our store and seleot a bottle of ' Meyer, Bane Mfg. Co, Lemonade Raspberry, Claret, Orange or Pineapple flavored, .' Rose's Lime Juice, Unfermented Grape Juloe, Manitou Spring Water and Ginger Champagne, jHorsford's Acid Phosphate, Lactart, Korp's Cheer, Henderson's Wild Cherry, Rex Lemonade, Williams' Root Beer Extract, Knapp's Root Beer Extract, .... None-Such Root Beer Extract, eto. SPECIAL Curtice Bros.' Chicken Soup, one quart eamy IB wots, BOSTON GROCERY, N. A, FULLERTON, Prop, 26 Chapel Street, corner of Temple,1 Branch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street The Prices are Low. The Assortment Large. Fine Mattings. J)id it i.ever occur to you that a good Sfattlngls the cheapest to buy? Ours are yery cheap Tin price and extra good in quality. Hm HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO., CAEPETINGS AND ' - ' UO, iJ XXLLKX fit CLOSED SATURDAYS AT 12 M. SPECIAL DESIQim.i And Hangings for Cottage DraperiM.' Bilks, Mus lins, Oriental Rugs, Mats. Winder: Bnadei, Table and Stand Corers, Floor, Oilcloths. ; -: - ; : :ti2B hohe drapehy cd : 004 CHAPEL FLOUR! $4.50. As good Flour as money can buy. Pure Minnesota Sprlug Whvut I Is It not cheap enough to satisfy any one ? Excepting the raUer of the wheat. Every Barrel Guaranteed. COFFEE! 50 mats of very old and high grado Jnva and Mocba Coffee just recelvod direct from the importer. It Is rousted for us very often ; ground to order. No firm does- or can sell better few sell so good. Choice Teas a Specialty. JOHNSON & BR0., State and Court sts. THE Corner CM aid Elm Street, . OFFER Spring; Lamb Choice. Bspf and Mutton. Spring Broilers, Dnokllngs. Chickens, gqasb. Sweetbreads and Gilt's Liver. Also Fresh Native Vegetables In fall variety, ssd a foil line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Branoh store at Woodmont, containing a full line of the above goods. TltLEPHOJJB CAM. P0- 3 DRAPERIES VlOdlgO DUDCU , ... DURING JTJLT ANDAtjHJ8T. STREET.".:XiSj !, I. lit CO. MINIATURE ALMANAC. JULY n. Huh 1 U Moon Kuu I Hum Wats. 8.44 IU MARIN K LIST. AHHIVSO. Kt'b Unto A, Williams, Williams, . Hch J.-milu M. Hil l. Hall. N.,i f k, limilx r. Men J. Kennedy, Puller, Ca.a's, lumlier to J. Qllih smith Co. 8jii Win. M. Clark, -olcy, X. V. Bull Unyal Aroli, Weutwurth, Norfolk, ooul to railroad. (IJCAIIttU. Hon Stewart, N, V. Con Krtvlu J. Luce, Qulinby, New London. Huh Koditinu H. Nlt-kentou, Hayiwr, I'lilU. FOUND, A PAIUof irliuuft. Owner will ttnd thrtn iV! J:,B.i; iw iiiidahwav. Klt MM.K. II ANOHOME faintly hnrHf.miltablo for lady tit ilHvh lMCHl'UUIIb'J'KKKT. JylBif HJotB 9. HOTKLS, R KSTAl' HANTS, VNUf-unllUs desiring real irmxl luli lioul! rail nt Villu KiiiiiliM'inxnl lliiri nu, iywin wrrti'w.ijyi'tur Sri'KKKM'OrK HAIR I)EKMANKN".'I.Y removed hy electric n.T perflOt IIII1H!INI aTH!ltHl. SfltT fiirilnT (mriluulunj uUarins Jyiajwj p. o. nqx mi IlMKHSli! FIHH at Imrd-thnc prli'iw I,f00 poiindn sea trout 6c ir poiinil; blut-lmli tic; lliitllll V. Gmid, friuli Hall sold vbuuptr tlmn by any oIIiit iliniur linlty. jyinitt ouaSdavenitefikh no at. FOR SAL.K, ILK route. Inquire Jyl 'M O. O. S thin offlo". K)lt SALK( I1K 1, SIXTY foet lHt Inm fi nco. with stone U tin ,iit (jy 17 7t) 1.0 TEA KL ai'HKKT. WALK OK RUMi ? COMING inventory nuts a price of 57.00 on KrorclK'ra and $52.00 ou Light ltulid-t.T "Tourlm" lilcyului; equal to any $U wbeel. Auk i-a about the guarantee. JyHM MALLEY. NEELY & CO. NOTICE. rpHE copartnprslilp berutofnro oxlatlnir uh- X ler thu llrm name of A. A. Fauslow i Co. la tbla (lay dlesolvud by mutual connent. A. 1). FANSLOW, J. H. PHILLIPS. The "Ideal 8tonc" busluesa will be duntln- uel by (Jyl7 4t A. D. KANSLOW. 85 CENTS B UY8 a flrst-clus out-door mat. Jyl3 lit THE HUME DU APERY CO. 3 . ...ft . FROM premises of E. B. Ruwoll, Orange, black and white shepherd puppy, throe uiuiiiiiB iiiu. xinuur rewaruoa it u'ii ar- Kinder rewarded I 1825 CHAPEL STREET. DON'T KAIL rpo visit Mallory'8 Old Curiosity Shop. JL Jyltt'f 141 ORANGE. FOR RENT, ri"WO cottages at Woodmont, furnished. X Apply E. T. Clark. Mllford, Conn., or Nor. cross' drug store, Merwin s Point. Jyl2 Vtt FOR RENT, EIGHT rooms, modern Improvements, con venient to center of citv. Inquire je4 tf 82 EDGEWOOD AVENUE. CHAUTAUQUA ROUND trip tickets from New York over the Delaware, Lackawanna St Western, Leblprh Valley, and Lake Erie railroad, $10.03. Call in and get full Information. JOHN MORSE, 69 Center street. Telephone call, 407-4. Jyl9tf The Broadway Central Hotel, NEW York, under the new management of Mr. Haynea, has achieved a phenomenal success. Its central and convenient location, its excellent table and reasonable oharges are great attractions, while the hotel Itself, with Its great parlors and grand staircases, large, airy rooms and great halls. Is always cool and Inviting. The cable earn to and from all points are undoubtedly a great convenience to visit ors. Mr. Baynes prints an elegant map of New York, which is given gratis to visitors. Write for It. JylOltt SOMETHING NEW ! Worthy of an Introduction. tn cans containing one small pig ham. weighing IX lbs each. GILBERT & THOMPSON. You Can't Afford To go without furniture at the price we are seiz ing it. A few dollars will buy you a handsome suite for chamber or parlor. Ask to see our $20 Par lor Suite. We Sell Everything Needed in the house Carpets and Ranges as well as Furniture. Try our 3c Straw matting, sold everywhere at 15c. Cash or Credit. And closed Friday after noons during July and August. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnishers, 74 Mid 1 Onmge Street, oomer Center. IMITATORS ABOUND Of moat of the successful things, and espe cially of tha world-famed Liebig Company's ; Extract of Beef. ; Therefore for satis factory - results In your cooking get the , genuine - with this -. stgnatvr In blue: Dlstributta- agents rot Oonnj lWoott.IMs ble Oo.. Hartfoi-a. Jfl pWlm IN FAYOROF ADRAWBRIDGE IXTKHKHTIXII IlK tKIMI ttHt'UUS A V O I Ult.M KX T KXU I V ; f J. Ntroitf .lr(iiintaU Advanrril In lli lltlf of Drawbridge Ovwf WmI llliorat Him bur ly Awru flta lUinon.lrauu la It Heard ketitnubar 17. Tho hem-Inn In thu I'liiiuiioii pliiu court room ycntiTdny ivfii-nuiiin l fun I.lrlltulMut C'oloili'l II. K, HnlierM, of thu I'ullud Hlutf tori of 1'iiliii'iTif. on tho pronowd iliuwhrlil;:i' ovit Wert rlvt'i-, Dei ujilfil Hourly four bourn iiml theu only 0110 Ulu of the iiiii'Mlou wn lii'iuil. JuiIho I'iv'kt'lt ninl Al (urncy Ely, who fought for the vhui' In thn liitcri'H of tln V.. A. t'liatlli'lil i'om puuyuinl wvrriil hIIiitk, prei-iMileil thi'lr I'UMt In full nearly mid were iuixIhuk to liuvc tho iiumtiou at home wilb-tl lin int'illMlely no fiic tlri It coiii't'riipil tluiin or thi'lr ollonta. Attorni'ya Ailing nucl WVbh nhjecleil to thu propowU lirliljie In ihc luicrt'sts of tint town of Orange ami tho Wln I'htutlrr iivi'iiuu ritilroiul. Thry illil not pivnoiit tholr full hUli' nf Hie iiii'lliui mul piaycil fur u ))onlioiieiiii.-nt of the ouse ou tin grounds Ihiit llii'y hml not bnd HiillU'U-iit time to u'epui'i' for the lieiulii(f. Meanra. Pickett ami Ply put the fol loM'hifr (rent lemon on 1 1n xlainl. who t oat If led tlmt the hrldjro win u ui'iflty: N. 1). Sperry, Henry llooolior, William AllliiK, LiK'len Viiiiilot'Hiin, N. A. Hull And tioorpo A. Piokott. Tho tout imony of the Initor Bontlomon proved the most InltweKtlnj! of the day. Mr. Pick et t In a member of tho t'liiiilicUl onm puuy. Ho deposed Unit the di a lirldo wna n nuviwity, IiiiimmuoIi as West river was miviguble fur uhoyt' l Itis point; that his company was put to preut extra expellee lieuuuse inastod vesnoU could not reach the company's dock owing to the loW bridfre which now spun. the river, that his compnnv did n business of from 150,onO to if 00,000 a year, over 800,000 of which was done nt the plunt on West river, that from six teen to eighteen tons of clay and other inuterial was used each day at the plant in question, and Hint it hud ull to be brought by way of the river. Ho further atated that he knevv Of two other nnmufaoturers that would locate on the river's bank providing a drawbridge was constructed, and thut ho did not see by what right the Win chester Avenue Railroad company ol) jeoted to the construction of the bridge and that the bridge If built would not be asked to be opened only during high tides and that trafflo would not be de layed. On being cross-examined Mr. Pickett stated that for private reasons he could not mention the names of the manufao turjpirs who; he'su'id, would locate on! the river's bank. ' The referee upheld him in this and informed him that he need not tell who the parties were. There was then ffoine wrangling about the postponement "of the case and how evidence should be submitted. It was finally agreed by all that the hearing be adjourned until September 'I7i that all depositions be made in writing, and that the arguments be prepared in manuscript form and presented to the referee after the lose of the hearing, so that he could forward them to Wash ington with his ..(Opinion , in the case. Colonel Roberts jts at present, of the opinioq that a forty-foot draw should be.buili ..hum'.' "-rr-pyf. , . mm irALZXOFOHD. Frank Casey of South Colony street, while crossing the tracks just north of the nickel shop at 12:30 yesterday noon, was struck by the stone train going north and killed. His right arm was broken and his skull crushed. He waj about sixty-five years of age and worked st Judd's foundry. He was father of;'- William Casey, the well known ball player, who is now on a va cation at Washington, D. C. There were showers north and west of here a great part of yesterday after noon, and for over two hours there was incessant thunder. Only an edge of the shower struck here. Colonel D. L. Barbour of the U. R. K. P. has announced the appointment of his staff as follows: Adjutant, with the rank of captain, George A. Smith of Wallingford ; surgeon, with the rank of major, Dr. F. H. Sage of Middletown; assistant surgeon, rank of first lieu tenant, Edeles Slearner of Meriden; commissary, rank of captain, A. W. Holmes of Middletown; quartermaster, rank of captain, L. Von Grave of Wal lingford; sergeant major, M. H. Nor ton of Bristol The bqard of burgesses has decided not to lease the vacant store In the town hall building for the Simpson Hook and Ladder company truck, but propose to move the present house to some more desirable place. Judge Bartholomew- has gone to Block Island. C. H. Dickenson has gone , to his for mer home In Vermont for ten days. C. R. Tiffany is spending his vacation in Salem, Mass. There were four picnic, parties on Paradise Island yesterday. The Wallace Hose ball team will play the Southlngton firemen next month. Cleve Thompson has returned from his vacation. Zeke Caples and Wash Brodwell had a lively wrestling match on Colony street yesterday, and Zeke proved too lively for his older athlete. Both were good nattired over the match. MT9 Q VAlt TO-CENtBirtFlAZ. ' dgewood Lodge, K. or P., to Celebrate To-night. -To-night Edgewood lodge, Knights of Pythias; will celebrate Its twenty-fifth anniversary in Mason io hall, Westville. The exercises will consist of a publlo in stallation and a musical and literary program. The exercises will be followed by a collation. The following are the officers to be Installed: Chancellor commander, W. H, Cheney; vice-chancellor, Marsdeo Gold; prelate, Thomas Ridge; keeper of records ftnd seal, Willis B. Isbell; master of '. exohequer, Horace B. Dyke man; master s finance,. George H. Speuoer; master Sof "work, : Murdoch Dinewalh . master at srmsj jQnstave Ellwen; in. lde.gutd, ST. GootliuAni outside fuardj Bug$ Bobertton . - . i MAM-1 rot' Sit. Hht left Her Hutne l.a.t Thumiluy Night, Hartford, July Is.-Mobel Dank, the fifteen-year-old daughter of Mr. ami Mm. Kdward Rank, who live In Rico's oonrt, off Albany nvenue, run nwuy from homo Inat Thursday night la'ciiuao Imr homo life booaino iiiiiilenamit to hor. l,ui t'veuluu hor fiiihor roportod to t!m pullco that ho hud found hlx dniijjlitor. The police ity Hint the girl run away liocnuoe hor piironts lorcod hor to do nitMt of Him houc iioiii worn. 4 CKSTlltr AMI A II A if OI.lt. The ilnptUt fhiur h In l"P ttlver win Or- gunlird In 1141. KihM'st, July 18. The Plmt Ilaptl-t oliurch of Deep Blvor to-duy oi'U'linitod llaoiio hundred nud nftioth nuulvor nrv with ninroprlnte oxorclwii. Tho church Is one of tho oldest of the do noiuiiintion In Coimoctlcul, tho society iM'ing organl.eil here in 174. A iwr- mniiout nruiiulzntlnii wa formod In Kobninry of thut your and nt tho llrst religious mooting which was hold tho authorities caused tho preacher mid nil tho inetiibers to lie nrronted. Thoy wore lined and wilt to Now Loudon to servo out a Jnil sentence. Tho church hits since Increased in il nioinlKrship and three other ohurchos In V.mx, Chester iiml Clinton have developed frinn It. Its llrst pastor who liev. Kdu'lii Dennl son. Tho exorcises opened to-day with an address of welcome delivered by the present pastor of the church the Rev. R. W. VHitsur, Tills aftoruoou theiw wei-e nddresue. by the Uov. P. (3. Wlghlmaiiof Drnuford, P. 8. Kvhiis of Now Haven and a hlstorlcnl address by (J. K. Hull or this place. There wore other addresses by Fitk Shuiler of Clinton unci W. P. Shipmnu of this place, the former representing the church in Clinton, wlileli was formed of members ntteuding theWiu- throp church and thu latter the church here. This ufternoon the five ex-pas tors of the church The Revs. W. A. Dronson of Staton Island, N. V., A. A. Kobinsou, 8. li. Siliiinau, W. I!. Vassal- and George Lester made addresses. Tho cciobrutiou was concluded this evening by a reception to tho former members of the church who were here from out of town. Seml-Annual Installation The semi-annual installation of thu officers of Winthrop castle No. 1, Knights of the Golden Eagle, was held in their lodge room last night. The following officers were installed by District Grand Chief W. C. Lambert: Past chief, B. F, Guyerj noble chief, . Hotchkiss; vice chief, W. C. Foote; high priest, J. R. Gallagher; venerable hermit. W. W. Wadham; W. B., W. 8. Tuttle; W. C, E. 8. Whaples; ensign, W. J. Dougher ty; esquu-e, G. I.. Fan-en; first G., J. A, Bromley; second G., W. F. Guyer. Delegates were present from Crusader castle, Rook castle, Columbia castle and the Grand castle. After the installa tion a most enjoyable smoker was held, MOTOQIIAPBIC TELESCOPE. New Astronomies! Instrument at the Vale Observatory Augnt Meteoric Displays to bo Photographed. The new astronomical instrument termed a sextuple- photographic tele scope has just been completed by the firm of Warner & Swazey of Cleveland, O., and is about to be shipped to this city. It will be plaoed in the Yale ob servatory, and though intended for gen eral astronomical- photography, will be gin its picture-taking with the appear ance of the August, meteoric displays. In certain respects, it is unique among photographic telescopes and may revo lutionize present methods of work. It has six cameras instead on one, and together they cover a field in the sky equal to that- whlqh would be occupied by a, 400 full moons. By the use of the new Instrument on the meteors it is expected to develop new facts relating to their height above the earth. The astronomers will place single telescopes at distances of two miles from the sextuple instrument, and, by means of electrical connections, will photograph simultaneously. The plates will then be compared and calcu lations will- be made with a view of establishing the distance of the meteors from the earth. , OLD B1R1) MACE. New Haven Birds Fly a Distance of Three Hundred Miles. The New Haven Homing olub held an old bird race Sunday, July 15, from Ma nassas, Va, a distance of 800 miles air line to this city. The bird of Edward Curren of ' 75 Carlisle street arrived home at 5:80 p. in; The birds of J. Mulaorida of West Haven and W. Granger of Allingtown were home in the evening, the exact time not being known, as their watohers had left be fore the birds had arrived. IS SAVE AXV WELL. Frederick B. Lynch, Kenoi-ted Eaten by Cannibals, Is Alive. Norwalk, July 18'. Information was received to-day which dispels all doubt as to the safety of Frederick B. Lynch, a former physician at the Sol diers' home, now' " doing missionary work at the mouth- of the Congo, who, according to current rumor, was cap tured and eaten by cannibals several weeks ago. The. dootor, his wife and a few other white people have started a small colony near the river bank not far from a Battlement of Germans. Dr. Lynch, who for nearly fourteen years had worked, steadily to fit himself to become- a: missionary, and who had carefully studied medicine, has set up a hospital and dispensary, where he treats native diseases of all sorts. A school also wtll. be established. ' The black men are for the most part friend ly and assist, him -very materially in procuring food. ' ' -.. -. .i .i ' . i " i i Cheers for the Minneapolis. Philadelphia, Jnly 18. The cruiser Minneapolis-, -which reached League Island at midnight, after her success ful trial trip, proceeded to the shipyard this morning.- The winner of $414,000 in premiums for her builders received a rousing reception. , ,.- ., , Fully 1,000 people, enjoyed the grand illumination furnished by the Winches ter avenue electric road on the ball grounds :itt the Rock" last evening. , The fireworks lasted, from 8 to 9 o'clock and Inolude number f let pleoes. ; .-. shoe STOHE CLOSED All day Ttionduy, July 17th, to murk our entire it"ck clown to ril'OT-CASII prices. CoinitioueiiiB WEDNEftDAY, July J8, we sell for CASH ONLY, ami t prices l.OWKU Hum over quoted before in NICW It AVION". Conic with your family. Bring u SMALL POCKETIIOOK and a LAUGE BASKET. A. B. GREENWOOD, 773 CHAPEL STREET. 8toro closed Evenings, except Mouduy uud Siiturduy. Oill nnl ore SHKPP H PHOTOGRAPHS OF T11K WlliU.l) and WOULU'ii FA1U that we give uwuy. WE HAVE A FEW Standard Lighting Company's New Process Gasolene Stoves. Which we shall sell t 10 w ceil Biscoit. C. P. MERKIMAN, Ctvm evenings. 1 fi Kim HtrwAft. FOR RENT. H OUSE of 11 rooms. Jyl7 7t M CH ET L'T BTKJCBT. FOR RENT. TWO (rood stores on Crown street ; oan be made Into one If desired. Call on or address F. C. LUM, mhgn tr 27 Center street. FOR RENT, SOCIETY balls In Masoulc Temple, fur nlsbod, and Janitor service. r om UHAKiiiw irju.i. Agent. FOR RENT. TWO cottages at Savin Hock, directly on the beach: one has seven rooms, the otner ten rooms with barn and laundry. Kent rea sonable for balance of season. ,1,vl7 tf V. O. BOX loas, City. Westville tojiave Rapid Transit. BUILDING lots on Main, Fountain, West Prosneot. Wlllard. Alden. Harnett, and other desirable residence streets In Westville, for sale at priceB ranging, from two to ton cents per square foot. now is tne time to ouy. For particulars call on or address II. C. PARDEE, nl2 tf 123 Fountain street, Westville. FOK sale ok it em, SSk Hmim enrnev Dwiorht strafet and Bdarewood aveaue. suitable f or one or two families : good lot j price low. CU AS. D. NICOIiL & CO., (B Ohnroh street (Benedict Building), Boom IS. Evenings from 7 to 8. TO LOAN, (tO A AAA tofSO.OOOon central real estate $ Vj VW at 5 per cent. Apply to CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Monday and Saturday evenings. ' FARM WANTED. a With stock and tools, In eaeaange for a nearly new two-family bouse with modern conveniences, well located sad near horse car, in this city. ror iuii parncuiara, permit to see nouae, etc., oau or aoaress Oeorg A. Itbell, TsT Chapel street, Hew Haves, Conn. FOR SALE. HOUSE AWT) LOT, T8 WILLI M UTREET. JUDl IS UVXtl. Inquire of 8. B. OVIATT, 87 Church street myBtf No Mistake Will Yon Make YOU who are looking for a Building Lot on which to build for a home. INVESTIGATE The Building Lots bounded by Orange, Edwards, Livingston and Canner Streets. THEY ABE The Cheapest for the Money, The Most Desirable, (And, More Important Than All.) The Healthiest Location In the city of New Haven. (Statistic will bear out this statement.) For sale by BEECHER'S EXCHANGE, Boom No. 5. Vou Building. ' . jes ' 769 Chapel 8treet. mints. One Cent a Word eenll insertion, Ave renin a Word for ft full Week, seven tlnte. WAXTKI, 11 V a mim who linshml much erporlraee, J plHi'i'HiioiHii'huiail I giMxl rnfnrcDCnt, .JvIJ .VlJi-wu It. tills uiMoo. W ATKI, POMPBTKXT .-lilM s num.-anil rsmatrras to k lo Wlilu. .Mountains and Ifoiikare, ,.iw Vork. MIM. IIA1II1. lylUt IWCourntrnct. v.vvrii-i I.IIimT-ri.AKS lmn., ,ol. bKljt, also sltuse 1 linn lor .in-li, Mltn. ir.vim, jynsn 13(1 Court street. M'AMTKI), SITUATION by u t'iniiu(uiit Klrl In yeneral liouni'work. Inuiilii jvlll If ) l.tHKHTy STHKBT. WA.TKI. SITt'ATION by an rx-purl'-iiiiiil nil mo ; best of roforeiioo Klvn. Ailitrowi Jy lUjtt M. t'. L Courier Ofllec, WAXT El, W1 f If 111 To duVDliip lnrentlun; on uuarter luti-rcei stvou. v. o, iinx m WAXTKl). ROOM In New Haron. by a Uily ; Park sltwt prefeircd : reanooable tnrma. AUilreM II. K . J)19 1 1 Pm 3411. Walllna-fonl. WAXTKl), V.MANrwltU;i,Ojormirto enlarge the CHltnl of a w.iu'l niirklnir plant which Is rully rtiulppwl with machinery. jy lwjtt 1jEJ5?.'?!!L. WAXTKD, SITl'ATION by a Hwnllsh girl to do gea oral huiivewiirk. Inquire at Jyl HSC WHI'.AXI) AVENPE. M floor. WAXTKl), AltKLIAIlI.E man with capital, or who can Innuendo eaoltal. to take stork In ami be treasurer of a corporation In vood standing-. Xbln Is au oionll.-iit opportunity. jyin it t. tt tiox zip, uiy. WAXTKD, A GOOD man In New Haven who can In t'TiHt capital In the stork of a corpora lion In ir.'Oil lamllinr and DAvlnir well : middle agvd omn preferred, in good social standing. Auaross J. A. w.. jyin 7t Box gift. New Haven, Conn. WANTED, BY a competent person, a situation to do cooklnar or will do ehamberwork and as sist In laundry work : no objection to tht country. Also a nloegirl would like a placa to assist In housework and to mako hereon useful. BARTHOLOMEW, CI Orange street, Osudcfroy's Old Stand. WAXTKD. BEST snrvnnta. ladles needing help should , call here. There Is no other wav vou can do as well. We have been eatabllshrd here years, know and supply all the best. Help for liny kind nt1 work can always be secured here. We use Juilfnnont, carefully selecting; only those that will do the work required. Fines office, best facilities and largest business In New Euiand. EMPIX)YMENT AGENCy, an no unapoi street. plisccUaticoua. CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on all Private and Buslneaa Matturs. MEDICAL Woman's diseases, Consultation In person or hv letter. MARY J. WtflQHT, M. D., ap28 ly Office, Tontine Hotel, 19 Church st Ical Estate. FOR RENT. F IVE rooms, centrally located : can he used ror nouseKeepiiiff or iiu-nt manuracturing purposes, jniiuireor n.n, iniuutuAU. jyoi it lw Georg-e, cor. Congress avenue, FOR SALE, IN Lake Place, two new brick houses, mod ern Improvements, 19 rooms: also miUd. ing lots. J. D. PLUNKETT, apU tf 49 Church strewt, Boom 8. FOR RENT, Kt Trumbull street, whole house, 878 Crown streot, " " 62 Lake Place, " " 00 Wballey avenue, " " M Garden street, first floor. 202 Exchange St., " " 8 Woolsoy street, " " JOHN C.PUNDERFORD, 110 Church Street. BUY A BUILDING LOT Now While Prices Are Low. CITY LOTS, SHORE LOTS, SUBURBAN LOTS EDWARD St. CLARK, 121 CHUB.OH STREET, Evenings 7 to 8. Boom 18. FARM WANTED. Qm property will be exchanged -for t farm with or without buildings, R. E. BALDWIN, difew 818 Chapel street. FOR RENT, JTJJOUSE on Dlrwell avenue, rooms, modern Improvements, $20 per month, MERWINS Beat Estato Office, JeS 788 Chapel street. 14 BOOM HOUSE in WESTVILLE. Lot 100x200. Real state for Sale. A brlok house on Orsngs strsst, $18,000 oentraiiy iovnw, Desirable house, with birn, on- large oornsr tot on wuuey srenne, $,00ft Corner lot on Shslton Tn, $1S foot BMStlfol lot on WlnthiopsTS- in ,m ... nne, wxie, near leoino oara, 80fos4 Cheap lot lot on Ooodjstw itroat, suxiso leei, tor Hooty to loan M 0 pet otai. two J. Betl Eitate and FlnanouU Agent, Boom IT, l&xcliufee Battttlngt xssi vnurcji oiroet. ii m sm