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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, JULY 21 1894.
A Reckless Sacrifice of Prices. We doubt if the follow ' ing will be in our stock at closing hour Saturday evening : S1.0D All our ll(?ht Percale and Lawn Wrapper that were 2.25 and 12.75, now at (1.00. nr All re hit andO lUU 11.50, All remaining of light Cambrio Outing Wrapper! that were now at 75o. 75c ftc Grand wtndtip of all our Ladles' Laundered Shirt Waists that were (1.60, (1.98 and (2.25, now at 70o, The "8tar" Boys' Waists that were 76o, 60o and (1.00, now at 18c. I2!c Men'a light weight Shirts and .Drawers in Bnlbripgan and Merino ; splendid value at 26c, now at izic Instead of (1.95, for Ladies' Pure 811k Hose in all tints ; one pair to a customer. 95c WARNING-Don't hesitate on the above items. The quantities are large at this writing, but that is not saying how long they will last. ,782 $o.768 Chapel Street. 10AL. I am now delivering Koal in cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all dirt and buy of W.F. GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opposite Postofflce, 89 to 91 BatJroad Avenue. SMSOiuBLE GOODS. During the hot weather you want something refreshing to drink, We suggest you visit our store and select a bottle, oli Jfeyer, Bane Mfg. Co. Lemonade Raspberry, Claret, Orange or ' Pineapple flavored, Rose's Lime Juioe, Cnfermented Grape Juice, ' , ; r Manitou Spring Water and Ginger Champagne, fiorsford's Acid Phosphate, Lactart, Koxp's X'heer, . Henderson's Wild Cherry, Rex Lemonade, - . Williams' Root Beer Extraot, - V " Knapp's Root Beer Extraot, -. j, None-Sueh Root Beer Extract, eto.', SPECIAL Curtloe Bros.' Chicken Soup, one quart oana, 18 cents., . . , BOSTON GROCERY, i N. A. FULLERTON, Prop'r, : 926 Chapel Street, corner of Tempjjeu: The Prices are Low. The Assortment Urge, ' V" Fine Mattings. 1 Did it eyer occur to you that a good Matting is the cheapest to buy? Ours are very cheap in price and extra good in quality. W--'K NEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO.. A C; CARPETINGS AND DRAPEBIE8, ?j . .6S, 70 and 72 CLOSED 8ATURDAT9 AT 12 M. . lc, SPECIAL DESIGITPP: " And Hanging for Cottage Draperif (ffea, jltus lins, Oiientil Rugs, Mats, WiadwSHjk $able ind Stand Caters, floor OiLi..2ilpJ; ;- ..'vy .-:W4 CHAPEL FLOTJB! $4.50. As good Flour as money oan buy. Pure Minnesota Spriug Wheat ! Is It not cheap enough to satisfy any one 7 ' Excepting the raiser of the wheat. Every Barrel Guarantee! COFFEE! 50 mats of very old and high grade Java and Mocha Coffee just received direct from the importer. It is roasted for us very often j ground to order. No firm does or oan sell better few sell so good. Choice Teas a Specialty JOHNSON & BR0., State and Court sts. THE 1 I Bit Co. Comer Chord tii Elm Struts, OFFSR Spring Lamb Choice. Bf and Mutton. Spring Broilers, Ducklings. Chickens, Sqqabs.. Bweetbresds udOlf' Liver. Also Fresh Native Vegetables In fall variety, and a fall line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Branoh store at Wood moot, containing a imiiineot ma soots goods. rauraoin qui. m Z bags and carried into the . ... J : Orange Street.! X I DTJRIMG JULY AffP AUCrUBT. r' 1 BTRBlT. MIXIATIHK ALMANAC. JLXV Si. fvx Hum, A M Moon Hiss. Hioh Wats DKATIIS. DiUil.lTTI.B-ln this city. July Wth, Emily Himllny. wife of Kruttus A. DooIIUIb, Kirml yeura, Niiilmtnr funeral hereafter, t MA'ITUON-Iu thin city. July . Henry I, Mjiio.ui, in thejlm yvur of hi ace. Funeral from thncliap.il In Grove street oetn. Miry ttaliinU)' artvruunu t 1 u'ottxik. Kl. stives sua friends arc liivliwl to iin. i M.VItINK LIST. P0,,T 0lr 'NEW H AVBM. Stfab AllltlVKO. Bi-h lu- (ilicrtoii.Trliii, Phlla. 00M to BR. 8i'h Jonic Uiivhlum, Kunkln, JiorfolU, eoul t ritllronil. Sn b Mary Ann, Collin. X. V.. Iron. Bcu llonltii,Irli'i,ChliicotAtfuc, Va.cysters. I'ttAlltO. 8eh Harry Prrtoott, Hxnufort. P. C. ' TAKK KLKCTUIC CAR rpO Wnodtmini unit o iHk frt-e MhlhlMon 1 of thu brautirul sx.til I'riw t Ilia lloimi Ivne from four 11111II ilx Ihw Kntrdn.v. JyJl t NOTICK. ILL Da V no bill. n.inlpjrtd hv mv ii'lfkv ClHr t. MiDOi. llot-Hiiv other urrwina In my immw. jyHiail JCIMON J. HAYFA KUl'N'K. IAnV'S mtchel oontnlnlnK money, betwnn J North Idtvn ml MimIjiwim. fkiMin.i Cku have Mnii-hr iinvltiir fur iidvcrtlicuient. J. nitOSC'lIART. Mont Murki t. Jy31 It: to I'nlon strwt. District of Now Huvun. ss. Probata Court.) JulvlVtb.lHU. I I.'"8TTB of ISAAC W. HINfi. Im of New U Haven, In will illntrlct, ili-ui-ascd. I pun H)i)lloHtton of Krpdeiirk 8. Hlne, pray Iuk Hint lcttor. of arlmlnlstrHtlon may be vritnled upon the mtMv of Raid deoewed, as per KiiiilleHtion nn lilt-more fully appears. It l OHl)EltEl-Thal said applleatlob be heard and diiternilned at a Probata Court to be re'd at Now IIhvi n. In said dlatrlot, on the Stlth Uuy of July, A. 1. IftK, at 1U o'clock In the fore noon, and that notice be given of the pend ency of said application and the time and plaoe of hearing tlioroon, by publishing the name three time In some newapuper having a circulation In mtlil district. A. HEATON ItUBEltTSON, iyHOH Judire of aald Onurt. FOR SALK, CORNING top bugvy. flrst-claas maker; cheap. Jy tf BOX m. FINE FRUIT FARM, CLOSE to city, for sale; part exchange. Jyaogf Addreaa J., this offlos. FOR 8ALK, BLACK walnut marble top altar, pedestals, platform, officers' and membera' ohalra oomplete outtlt suitable for society use. Apply lyaOtf 7!B CHAPEL STREET. FOR SALK. A TWO family house In perf eot order, new ly painted, with barn; well rented, pay. Ing 8 per cent, on four thousand dollars; will be sold for thirty-five hundred dollars if sold this month. Address Jy30 7t M this office. FOR SALE, HANDSOME family horse, suitable for lady to drive. 157 CH URCH STREET, Jy19 tf Boom 9. SUPERFU'OUS HAIR PERMANENTLY removed by electrlo nee dles ; perfeot sucoess warranted. For further particulars address Jyl9 28f P. O. BOX 951 FOR SALE CHEAP, JIXTY feet best iron fence, with stone set 7 tings, at (JylT 7U) 60 yEARL STKEJST. WALK OR RIDE? S10MINS Inventory puts a price of $57.00 on Scorchers and $52.00 on Light Roadster ourlst" Blcyoles ; equal to any $125 wheel. Aek us about the guarantee. Jyl7 5t MALLEY. NEELY & CO. 85 CENTS B UYS a flrst-olass out-door mat. jylUltt THE HOME DRAPERY CQ. F ROM' premises of K. B. Russell, Orange, black and white ahoDherd dudov. thrnA months old. Finder rewarded If left af. iy!4 .f 1338 CHAPEL STREET. DON'T FAIL "0 visit Mallory's Old Curiosity 8hop. - Jyl8 7f 141 ORANGE. FOR RENT, EIGHT rooms, modern Improvements, con venient to center of city. Inquire , jetf 38 EDOEWOOD AVENUE. FARM WANTED, WITH stock and tools, in oiqhonge for a nearly new two-family bouse with modern conveniences, well located and near horse cars, in this city. For full particulars, permit to see houee, etc., please call or address 1 GEORGE A. ISBELL, 787 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. : For Sale or Kent, HOUSE corner Dwlght street and Edge wood avenue, suitable for one or two families ; good lot. Price low. CHAS. D.NICOLL & CO., 83 Church street, (Benedlot Building), room 15. Evenings from 7 to 8. FOR SALE, buse and Lot, 78 WILLIAM STREET. Lot is 59x113. Inquire of S.B.OVIATT, my5 tf 87 Church Street. You Can't Afford To go without furniture at the price we are sell ing it A few dollars will buy you a handsome suite for chamber or parlor Ask to see our $20 Par lor Suite. rf We Sell c Everything i Needed in the houte Carpets and Ranges as well as Furniture , try our 9c Straw Matting sold everywhere at 15c. Cash or ; Credit. -M And closed Friday -after noons during July land . August. y-Xts $ BROWN & DURHAtt, Compfet Mou8furnifri9r. ; KAYAl MILITIA. MASUKWItKH. Local Members to Take Part in the Events of Wednesday, , A detail from the locul division and signal corps will participate tn Wed nesday's naval manouevyiei Lieutenant Edward Q. Buckland, who Is In com mand of the First division Naval Mili tia, C. N. Q., In the absenee of Lieuten ant Raynolds, chief of illvUlon, was In Hartford Thursday completing ar rangements at the adjutant general's office for the coming cruise of the di vision, which will start on or about Auirust 12 from this city. All uncer tainty about the divisions being taken on' a tour of sea duty on one of the government cruisers has vanished In consequence of the letter shown Lieu tenant Buckland by Colonel Healcy from Hon. William ilcA lo ftsltant secretary of the navy, asking where It was deslrablo for the naval militia to emtark.when they were taken on the cruise. In reply to this letter thu adjutant general's office Informed Sec retary Mo Adoo that New Haven was the place where the tars chould be taken aboard. Next week It Is. expected that Ad jutant General Bradley will be noti fied by the navy department which cruiser has been assigned to take the naval militia on. In all probability It will be the New York or San Francisco, As soon as this Information Is received orders for the cruise will be Issued by Adjutant General Bradley. While in Hartford Lieutenant Murk land made arrangements with Major Glddlngs, chief of the signal corps of the C. N. O., for the part which the Connecticut division, assisted by the signal corps, Is to take In the manoeu vers of the New York Naval Militia while on Its cruise, which begins to morrow. The big day of the cruise will be Wednesday, July 25. On that day the fleet on which the New York battalion Is, will leave Gardiner's bay to engage the attacking squadron sup posed to be coming from Europe to attack .the cities on Long Island sound, and also New York. A detail of signal men will be stationed on Fisher's Island off New London and two details of the Connecticut mllltla assisted by Major Qlddlngs and a detail from the signal corps will be stationed on Sea Flower reef and Pine island to receive the dispatches from the sta tion on Fisher's Island and transmit them to Fort Trumbull, where they will be received by a detail of signal men from the regular army under the command of Major Calef. In leaving Gardiner's bay the flagship New York will approach within signal ing distance of permanent station A on Fisher's Island, and will send a mes sage In duplicate Unit by the Morse code and second by Myer's code. As the flag ship leaves the vicinity of station A and goes to the eastward, the signal man on board;' will communicate with stations to the eastward. After it passes out of signalling distance dispatches will be brought back by tugs or dis patch boats, which, will fly a distinctive flag. The naval mtyitia detail from the fleet will notify Captain Ives (in com mand of station A) bf the nature of this flag. The exact time In receiving and sending all messages will be noted. At least one message will be sent to. the war department he-navy department and the governors of Connecticut and New York. The detail from the local division will comprise all the petty officers except those wpo are on the cruise with the New York battalion and several sea men. The party will be in command of either Ensign D. M. Goodridge or En sign' H. ;G. Day. It will leave this city Tuesday night for New London, and ar riving there will man the navy cutter provided, by the New York battalion. The following morning ihe signal corps will be taken to the two stations which the. Connecticut forces will be respon sible for. The success of the manoeuver ing of this day is of great interest to the navy department, as it is the practical working out of a Scheme to defend the plan of attack of a European squadron on New York considered the most ad visable by the English naval college. Last night eight members of the local division- left for New York to join the Fourth division of the New York naval militia for the cruise which begins to day; Several of the party are petty of ficers, hut they will be enlisted as sea meri in order to familiarize themselves with the work which the local division wilj be called upon to perform on its cruise. THE JXTKXSE IllSAT. How Our Neighbors nulTer Hot Wave Strikes Every Town In the State With Terrific Force. - New Britain, July 20. The weather here to-Jay was very trying. At a num ber of places the thermometer indicated 102ln the shade at 1:10 p. m. ' Danbuxy, July 20.-rThe heat was in tense In this city to-day. A tempera ture of 94 op the average, together with great humidity, causes it to be well nigh Insufferable. Torrington, July 20. The heat to-day was" frightful in its intensity. At noon the mercury reposed at 100 exactly. Merlden. July 20. The thermometer registered 94 her at 2 o'olock, this afternoon, by a very reliable thermome ter. ' Bridgeport, July 20. At noon to-day the temperature was 99 in the shade and Is the warmest day of the season. Norwich, July 20. The heat was ter ribly oppressive throughout the city to-flay". The temperature ranged from 98 to 96. Willimantic, July 20. A temperature of 100 to-day made It the hottest of the year. Springfield, Mass., July 20. The ther mometer' registered 99 at various places in this City thiB noon. : New York, July 20. This was the hot test day of the year. At 2 o'clock this affernoon the temperature was 100. Four cases of prostration from the heat were reported. ' Ansorrta, July 20. Postmaster Downs to-day would not allow the letter car riers to make the 2 o'olock delivery and coHectiqn on account of the heat. They went out on the S:t0 delivery. JBartford, July 20. To-day is the hot test day In a spell of extremely hot wesvther wheh has prevailed in this citjr top about ten days. At sunrise th(p morning the thermometer stood at 42 and by 1 o'clock had risen to 101 in f he shade, hotter by several degrees tha,n..lagt Friday, which was then the hottest iday in the season. . The heat Is attended with considerable humidity $ 4 Iht relieves, the: sltua- hob a uttie. xxo. eejws or sunstroke have so Jar been reported, . ;. : . THK SCOTTina riKUt HAY. ( Ian McLeod Haats lb Caledunisa Club In hTuf.of-Vr. Ths annual outing Of the two local Scottish societies was held at Pawson park yesterday. Nearly S00 people went by the two boats and tht park hnd quite a gay appearancs through out the day. Pips Major Eraser of Clan MoLeoi was present and played with much spirit the national airs of Scotland on tht bagpipes. Arriving at the park a series of athletic games was gone through and closely contested. The chief event, however, was the tuit-of-war competition between Clan Mi Ixod and the Caledonian club for su premacy. The club, however, wus no where, the brawny lads of the Clnn pulling their brothers of the Caledonian club twice over the line with the great est of ease. The following are tho names of the two teams: Clnn Mc .Leod Thomas Nesblt, anchor: K. Webster, Alexander Fraser. D. Kydd, W. Aflleck. William Andrews and W. N. Gardner, jcaptain. Caledonian team Anchor, A. Plcken: George Wonds. Charles Menzles, R. Pryde. John Men ties. Alexander Wilson and George Legg. A base ball game between the Mc Leods' and Caledonians' was also won by the former. The following Is the list of prlso takers In the sports: Two hundred yards swimming race, first. H. Stevens: second, W. Andrews. 120 yards dash race, first, W. Andrews; second, W. Robinson. Long jump, first, George Bone, Jr.; second, L. Grady. 80 yards ladles' race, first, Miss Jennie Rowan; second, Annie Gardner. Throw lgn the heavy hammer, first, Charles Mensles; second, Alexander FraBer. Half mile race, first. L. Grady; second, John Hume. High jump, George West and W. Andrews (tied). Hoys' race, first, Master Hunter; second, Master Draffen. Egg and spoon race for ladles, first, Mrs. Draff en; second, Mrs. Gunn. Quiots, first, John Menzles; Bec ond, John Orr. The following were the committee of arrangements for Clan McLeod John C. Norton, W. Andrews. James Ritchie, George West and James Mus tarde. For Caledonian club Robert Pryde, A. Plcken, R. Hume. George Woods and- A. Moffat. Committee on games James Mus tarde, George Woods and John Hume. Amongst those present were Mr. and Mrs. Altken of Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. Merkleman of Merlden, Mr. and Mrs. McNaught of Merlden, and Mr. Hart, Mr. and Mrs. John Rowan. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Bone. Mr. and Mrs. D. McKensIe, Mr.- and Mrs. Georjre Woods, Mr. and W. L. Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Gillespie, Mr. and Mrs. H. MeKenzie, Mr;' and Mrs. Denver, Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson. Mr. and Mrs! Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Gunn, Mr. and Mrs. John Mackay, Mr. and Mrs. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. George Wal lace, Mr. and Mrs. Johri'Auld, Mr. and Mrs. A., Plcken,. Mr. and Mrs. Roget Bruce, Mr. and Mrs; A. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Patbh, Mr, and Mrs. Gibson, Miss C. Gillespie Miss Ollle Reeves, Miss N. Mansfield, Miss Lizzie Rowan, MIsa Minna, Sturrock. of New York, Miss F. Goodman,' Mies Mi 'JVhlte, Miss An nie Andrews, Jessie Rowan, Fannie Goodman, . Mabel , Hough, N. Clarke, Rose Skivlngton, A. Gardner, Jennie Rowan, Annie . Andrews, , Lizzie An drews. ' TO AVDIT ClTX TAX UOOK8. Work to Commence Right Away An Old Eyesore Between pity and Town Re vived. In the aldermanie chamber yesterday afternoon Aldermen Gallagher and HU Ier, Councllmen. Parish and Klenke, Se lectmen Pohlman and Stahl and Wil liam B.' f organ' and Sherwood S. Thompson of. the board of education held a meeting relative to the proposed auditing of the city tax books. The above comprise the special auditing committee, which- Is combined of city, town and school district officials. Al derman Gallagher was appointed chair man and Selectman Pohlman secretary. The latter gentleman asked the city and school representatives whether they had power to act in the matter and they answered yes. ' 'Bere Mr. Pohlman 3prung a surprise on the committee. He stated that the town would not pay one third of the : cost at the auditing as heretofore. Alderman HMer was on his feet in a minute and wanted to know what was now the matter with the town. "Why,' said Mr. Pohlman, "these debts were contracted when the city was receiving eleven and one-half-mills of the taxes and the town only four and one-half. -Now I move that the cost of auditing be on the basis of taxation.' After consldarable 'discussion on the matter Alderman HUler was finally con vinced that what sfleleotman Pohlman demanded was" only Justice and there fore he seconded the motion, which was passed unanimously. The joint committee then appointed Alderman HUler, Selectman Pohlman and Sherwood 8. Thompson a sub-committee to ascertain the average price of expert accountants for such work as the auditing of city books. It was then voted that work on the books be com menced as soon as possible. The com mittee then adjourned. Immediately after the above meeting most of the members of the committee began another session. This one was for the purpose of considering an old eye-sore between.- the city and town that of a large number or disputed bills. This committee consisted of Aldermen Gallagher, and HUler; Selectmen Pohl man and Stahl and Councllmen Parish and -Durant- .'As'ln; the first meeting, Alderman Gallagher - was appointed chairman and Selectman Pohlman sec retary. The city claims that during the terms- of ex-ToWn 'Agent James Rey nolds it spent .far town: purposes $12,000, which has never been paid back. The town refuses te pay .the money.claiming that it was not consulted regarding the expenditure of the amount in question. It waa flnaby.dedlfled-to Instruct Aud itor Lake to; prepare -vouchers of the debts and to request Mr. Reynolds to be present at the flevtt meeting and throw further definUelght on the matter If it is In his power. ; Ths nest meeting wilt be held subjsot to, the call of Alderman Gallagher This committee is not au thorised to take definite action In the matter and will therefore have to report back to tg selejtasn end the board of common oouriolU .. TOSH Kit TUK THACK. Don't Walk on tiie Kallroad Track, t.'V dally ir Vou Are Hani of llvhrlng. Mlddletown, July 20. Jo-hn McAultffe, aged sixty, whs lilt by the westbound Air Line train this noon while walking on the track In wh.it Is known as South moyd's cut. Tho engineer did not see MoAullffe until his train was close upon him. The whlt. sounded, but the old man Is hard of hearing nnd the engine struck hint, throwing him to one side of the track. The train was stopped and the Injured mint w.ts taken to Portland. He will proltubly recover. Til I ltlTtllT.H 'O.VAHJI' 0 A U B. F.N. Ill-own & (, and Mdluvt, Neely & Co.' Ti'uin. Play Hall. The third of the clmmpionthlp games of the New Hiivimi Dry Goods Him Hall li'iiuiirt wus pluycd yesterday at Savin Hook liciwet'ti V. M. Drown d (.'o. utnl Mulley, NVoly Co.'s tenin. The score Is us follow-: r. M. IIIIOW V. Il.lll IMi.A.K. I'nrnll.lf 1 0 -.' 0 0 W.ir'r. hS. 2 0 0 1 s Parley, e. S 2 2 :i II .Mmtili'n.p I I S II II M.iry,;)ti. 1 2 : 2 u M'K'n.lli. 1 2 11 I tl't'o'll. 2li 2 1 4 II 0 Uc'aut.i'f 1 10 0 0 McCa y.i-f 1 2 U 0 0 Totals.. U II 27 11 MAixsr, Nkii.y. ll.lll.t'.O.A.R. Fos'r, .. 0 1 It 2 1 I re'iis, s 0 0 0 U 4 II o r, c. 1 I II 1 0 Mur'y, Hi 1 S 5 0 I Moruii, rf 12 0 12 (Jiii-viy.i 1 0 1 1 Minii'x.ef 2 t 0 U 0 tra'M. If 2 1 I 2 1 Dn'aou.Jo 113 0 2 Totals.. V 0 24 12 12 MHlley.NwIv &Co.. 0 0200024 1-9 V. M.lirown Kii. 10 00 10 0 0 1 x--13 Earned ruii-K. M. II. & Co., 4; M N. 4 Co., 3. Three luoie hit, Murray, Two buse hits, Morim, Fiulev, O'Coiinoll. Punned hulls Ileecher. 1; Kurley, il. Wild pltclies-Oarvey, 2: Mttddcn, 2. Uusns on lmll-t)ll Oitrvey. IS: eir Haddru, 2. Struck out lly Giirvey. T: by Mwl dcii, 12. Umpire, Hac-kett. Tlmo-Two hours. After the pimo the teams partook of a shore dinner lit Cox's. The Barber Shops. There seems to be a general misun derstanding on the subject of barber shops closing on Sundays, the idea being that the barber shops will be open to resume business on Sunday. President Joseph Hanry of the Bar bers Protective association says that all first class barber shops In the cen ter of the city will be closed on Sunday, as before. Dangerous Use of Strong Purgatives. Pills and purgatives which act quickly upon the bowels, irritate and destroy the mucous linings of the stomach and bowels. A continued use of such remedies inflames the stomach and bowels. The use of the genuine imported Carlsbad Sprudel Salt is highly recommended because its action is due solely to its solvent and stimulating properties, without irritating the stomach. Best re sults are obtained when out-door exercise can be had. Obtain the genuine imported article only. GENTLEMEN, Bring your CASH and take advantage bf this sale. Ton can buy SHOES of us at lower CASH PRICES than you ever dreamed of. Some of our special bargains are : $2.45 For a FINE RUSSIA CALF BAL, Gen uine Welt, worth $3.60. $1.39 For a Russia Calf Bicycle Bal, worth $2.50. $1.92 For a Vioi Kid Southern Tie, worth $2.50. All goods marked down to a striotly CASH PRICE. A. B. GEEEWOOD, 773 CHAPEL STREET, Store closed Evenings, . except Monday and Saturday. Call and see SHEPP'S PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE WORLD and WOHLD'S FAIR that we (five away. . . $eiti Estate. FOR REST, HOTJ8E of 11 rooms. jy!7 7f 54 CHESTNUT STREET. FOB RENT. L 3 TWO good stores on Crown street : oan bo mode into one if desired, .Call on or dress F. C. LCM, mhZOtf . y tenter street. FOR RENT, SOCIETY halls in Masonic' Temple, fur nished, and janitor service. ntlm CHARLES WIEgQN. Agent FOR RENT,' TWO cottages at Sarin Rock, directly on the beach: one has seven rooms, the other ten rooms with barn and laundry. Rent rea sonable for balance of season. Jyl7 tf P. O. HOI 1068, City. No Mistake Will Yon MafcB YOU who are looking for a Building Lot on wblch to build for a home. 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 All J . The Healthiest Location la ths eity of New Haven. (Statistics will bear out this statement.) For sale by BEECHEU'S EXCHANGE, Boom No. fi, Lyon Building, ( jea . . 769 Chape! Street. One Cent a Word each Insertion, flva cents a Word for a full Week, seven times. WANTED, ArilNT-f r.As.l iwil maker may obtain ullimtlcm tnr mini nut at a low prise. jySU II I'll Af KL d'l'HKK'l', Room IS. x V IVTl'll Y a man whu hit hud much experience, s Itllll.A MM ftikiw.llmun . i-.u .A Pul.iF.-in.w JyJ ' A il.iresn 11. tills ufllca. WANTED," rlltST-n.ASX li.m.ciinl.l help, also situs. lens Tor Mich. MUM. IIAI1II, jyll' Ust llttl'i. urt street WANTED, MAN with Sl.im.ir mure to enlarrs th ciiiltal of a wul working; plant wlilcli i ruity eiiuiDiivu with luiiutinn rv. jyi w V. U. IIUA 11171. WANTED, KF.I.Uni.F. man with capital, or who jL cun Influence capital, in l4ike stock la and be treaxurer or a ciirpnratloii In ttood tunclliiK. Tun la an excellent opportunity. Jyl7t C. II.. llox 21. City. WANTED, BY a competent pnrnnn, a situation to do cooklnir or will do cbamucrwork and -tint in laundry work ; no objection to the country. AImo a nice ill rl would like a plaoe to nl In housework and to make bersalf useful. BARTHOLOMEW, 01 Ormifte street, Oaudefroy's Old Stand. u WANTED. T EST servants. Ijidles needing: help should 1 1 mil here. There la nn other way you can do as well. We have been established hers yearn, know and supply all the best. Help for any kind of work can always be secured linra. Wo use juilirineiit, carefully selecting: only thou that win do the work required. Ftneat office, bent facilities and largest business In New England. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, tin 775 Chapel street. lltBCcUancous. CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS nn all Private and Business MHtters. MGD1CAL Woman's dlseaaea. Consultation In person or by letter. MAHYJ. WK1GHT, M. D., ap28 ly Office, Tontine Hotel. 149 Church st Ileal gstate. irrtR bevp FIVE rooms, centrally looated ; can be nse4 for housekeeping or light manufacturin purposes. Inquire of M. H. GOODYEAR, jym ii in ueorye, cor, congress avenue FOR SALE, IN Lake Plaoe, two new brick houses, mod. era Improvements, 13 rooms: alRO buluU Ing lots. J. D. PLUNKETT. upU tf ill Church street. Room 8. FOR SALE, MANUFACTrillSQ sites on East street at the foot of t. John street, and also fronting on Mill river, belonging to the Dav. enport estate. Apply to CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. . Closed at (I p.m. Saturday. Open Monday eve'gj Westville to Have Rapid Transit. BUILDING lots on Main, Fountain, Weal Prospect, Wlllard, Allien, Harnett, and other desirable rosldenoe streets in Weatvillu for sale nt prices ranging from two to ton cents per square foot. Now la the time to buy. For particulars call on or address H. C. PARDEE, n!2tf 122 Fountain street. Westville. FOR RENT, S2 Trumbull street, whole house .178 Crown street, " " i!2 Lake Place, " " iio Whulley avenue, " " Ml Garden street, first floor. 2ii2 F.xchange St., " " 8 Woolsey street, " " JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 116 Church Street. FARM WANTED. jITY property will be exchanged for 4 farm with or without buildings. It. E. BALDWIN, d&w 818 Chapel street. 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 It. FOR RENT, JJOOSB on Dlxwell avenue, 9 rooms, modern Improvements, $20 per month, MERWIN'S Real Estate Offloo, Je2 759 Chapel street. J0HJV LOAN 14 BOOM HOUSE in WESTVILLE. Lot 100x200. Deal state for Sab. A brlok house on Orange stmt, 11,011 oentrsJly located, Desirable hoo.se, with barn, oa JsrRS oorner lot on Whsilf Tsnas, $,00l Corner lot on Shslton srenis, $15 fool Besntlfal lot on WlnthropsTS nns, 40x184, ntu slsotrle oars, tMfoM Cheap lot lot oa Qoodyssr stmt, uii lest, tot If ony to losa t 5 psr oent I.F.MCOUB, Betl Sststs sad Fin social Afsat, Boom 17, BxehanK BulldlBC 1S1 Cliarcli Street, T jsu