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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, JULY 26 1894.
Some of the Results of House Cleaning. Dress Goodi Remnant. Too many of then. Clip go tbe price. Room better tliau tbelr com pany. Press Goodi that were 6o, now lOo ; 50o, now 33o. Parasols, a table full. Your tholoe at GOo. Former prices 1.00 to 3.00. J-ndles' Merino Vest and Pants. The 50o kind, but slightly noilod, now 33c. Six months' accumulation of Damaged Kid Gloves. Choose from tbem at 25o pair. Grey mixed Twilled Flannel re duced from' 28o to 10c. Just tbe tbiug for Bath Suitsk lOo Hair Curlers at So. Best made. Men's neckwear Four-ln-Hands, Bows and Scarfs, re duced from 50o to 21o. Don't ooine later than Wednesday night for these. Silk Chair Cushions, slightly damaged, reduced to 48c from (1.25. i Ever so many more bargains, Ifou better look them up. fir f 762 to 768 Chapel Street. . V KOAL. ! am now delivering Koal in 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. 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 o , Pineapple flavored, Rose's Lime Juioe, Unfermented Grape Juloe, Manitou Spring Water an,d Ginger Champagne, : Horsford's Add Phosphate, Laotart, Korp's Cheer, ' . Henderson's Wild Cherry, Rex Lemonade, Williams' Root Beer Extract, 1 Knapp's Root Beer Extract, None-Such Root Beer Extract, etc SPECIAL Curtice Bros.' Chicken Soup, one quart cans, IB oents. BOSTON GROCERY, N. A. FULLERTON; Prop'r, 026 Chapel Street, corner of Temple, Branch Store and Market, 1-331 Chapel street. Extra Snper ImiraiD Carpets. The Prices are Low. The Assortment Large. Did it ever occur to you that a good Matting is the cheapest to buy? Ours are Tery cheapta price and extra good in quality. 7 rrrfs :. NEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO.. C. A RPTTIUfiS Aim nUAPRllTESr-' 08,70 and 72 ' CLO8ED1 SATURDAYS AT 12 M. qfecial Diairaffi; And Hangings for Cottage: Xhe$,fi::t03uC Una lins, Oriental Rugs. Hats, Window Shadta,' Table ..' . ..'9 M ' MI.I.1L1. -. - - ....',fi-.-.;.i , i- ana Diana uovero, moor it,--, . THE HOHE DRAEDT CD " - . ;; 694 CHAPEL FLOUR! $4.50. " t As good Flour as money can buy. Pure Minnesota Spring Wheat I Is It not cheap enough to satisfy any one t Excepting the raiser of tbe wheat. Every Bam! Guarantee! COFFEE! RO mats of very old and hlgb grade Java and Mocha Coffee just received dlreot from tho Importer. It is roasted for us very often ( ground to order. No firm does or can sell bettor few sell so good. Choice Teas a SpedaHy. JOHNSON & BRO., State and Court sts. THE Corssr Cbarch tsd Ela Streats, OFFER Spring Lamb Choice. Beef and If niton. Spring Broilers, Ducklings. Chickens, Bqnsba. Sweetbreads and Cslfs Ltrer. Also Fresh Xatire Vegetables In fall variety, and a fall line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Bisnoh store atWoodmont, eonbatnlog a tun line ot tne above goods. nwa-BPSi call m... bags and carried Into the Orange Street. DURIKO JTJXY- AKD AITgPST. CTRE3BT.,,;?r 1 1 hi o MINIATURE ALMANAC, jult w. Sum Rises, HI I Muok Huts, I lliun Watsb, MAKIMH LIST. PORT OP MEW HAVEN. fflfc AHMVKO. X7 Ann. Collins, N. V., Iron, bib Ircuo, Mluly, , , CM4KKD. Bub James Davidson, tUnkin. Korfolk. KOH RKNT. QEVEN rooms, atoond Boar, mcdern tin k.s nnirt menu, miiuire lyAw 51 PEAKL 8TRKET. t.'Ul.'Ulf 1,'IUU TAHOB quantity of Hub s M it lb Old Fish J llo it, Uniiiit aveoue bridge! reisouaulo OIK THI.fcVESTIl earload of horses will arrive Ji Thursday morning. -J7f KUWAYtPP.BlHIIOPACO. FOR KALK. N TEW llifhl weight Huntington bicycle, used rsw tunes; cau be bought t-heap. J. N. MRU' in. l?7t 7S7 Chapnl atrewt. FOR MALE. AliOON dolus rood bnnlnrm; reasons for scllttitf. urouriutor linivtuir oilv. Addraa COOL A ND Interesting spot. Mallory'a Old Cmt wujr snop, m uiia.-mju, FOR8ALK, 10HNINO top bunry, ft rat-class maker; FOR SALE. IV LACK walnut marble too altar, pedestals. platforms, offi.cers'and members' chairs oomplit ooutllliultablefor society use. Apply jyaitr 7m UliArbL DlK&bT, FOR KALK. TWO family homo In perfect order, now IT Dnlntcd. wltb barn: well rented, nav. nir 8 nor cent, on four thousand dollars: will be sold for thirty-five hundred dollars If sold Ibis month. Address jyH0 7t M.. this office. FOR 8ALK. FT ANDSOME family horse, suitable for lady M. a in ui n u, wi vuuitvii viiiiicit, Jyltf Koom , SUPERFLUOUS HAIR PERMANENTLY removed by eleerrlo nee dles: nerfeot suoiMiia warranted. For further particulars address jylD at' P. O. VOX 981 85'CKNT9 B TJY8 a first-class out-door mat. JylSMt THE HOMES DRAPERY CO. FOR RENT. E 10 HT rooms, modern Improvements, con vvnioui. w cenrflr or city, inquire jettf g ELIUBWUUU A VMUB, FOR SALE. IN Lake Place, two new brick houses, mod ern Improvements, 18 rooms: also build ing iota. j. li. riiUri&bH, apu tr w Ub'irob street, Koom 8. District of New Havnn. nil. PrnhntA rniirt. Till- 9K.k ,fi(li T i ' wiui in. Eoraiuoi unn Anri;Ani:KUii oiuranffe, in said district, ns'liriiliiir debtor. Tbe trustee represents the estate Insolvent. and prays tbe appointment of commissioners thereon. ORDERED That commissioner to rncnlvR and examine the claims of the creditors ot said estate be appointed at a court of probate to be held at New Haven, within and tor the district of New Haven, on the 1st day of Auarust. 1894, at ten o'clock, forenoon ; of which all persons in interest will take notice and appear, if they see cause, and be heard toereon. a. atAiun ituiiisHxvun, JyZB 8t' Judge, The Chas. W. Scranton Co., Investment Brokers, 34 CENTEE STREET, DEALERS D? Investment Securities. Local Stocks and Bonds A SPECIALTY, i Midsummer Marketing, We are specially fitted for Sum mer Supplies. Large, roomy, dry, cold Refrig erators. We never offer Stale Meats. All our goods Wholesome and Prime. Give us a call and satisfy your selves. 350 and 352 STATE STREET GENTLEMEN, Bring you. CASH and take advantage of this sale. Tou can- buy SHOES of us at lower uash prices than you ever dreamed of. Some of our speojal bargains are $2,45 For a FINE RUSSIA CALF BAL, Gen uine wen, wortn a.ou, $1.39 For a Russia Calf Bicycle Bal, worth -:. $1.02 , For a Viei Kid Southern Tie, worth' ' ' f3.60. ; . All goods marked down to strictly r, ; ;.r CASH! JPRfOE. Kitl- A. B. CrEBEFWOOD, 773 CH APEL STREET. Store closed Krenlngs, except Konday T r and Saturday. -. v n . 0sU sad see 8HRPt rBOtOOrlAPHSOP THB WORLD and WORLD'S VAIB that ire Tie CI Hart Co rnoaiAa BvinvAy tvmorzn, l)r. RiumII Did Nut rind It NormMry to . rrfurn Another Operation I -ant Ing. Thomas H. Sullivan, who has been ly Ins critically III at his home, 34 Red field street, with an attack of cholera, was reported late last evening as much Improved. Late last night Dr. Rellly stated that Mr. Sullivan's condition was much Im proved and strong hopes were enter talned of his ultimate recovery. Dur ing the evening he had been able to take some nourishment in the natural way. This he had been unuble to do through out the day, but was kept nllve by means of hypodermic Injections ot whis key. About 8 o'clock he took a little champagne and was able to retain It on his stomach. This Is an encouraging symptom, as all throuKh the day he was absolutely unable to retain any thing. About 6:30 oclock Inst evening he was moved from one bed to another. Another encouraging slim Is the fact that last night his pulse had gone down to 112 from 128 in the mornini; and his temperature was 100. Drs. Rellly and Russell are very much encouraged at the change for the better In their pa tient and are hopeful ot his pulling through all right. All the physicians are of the opinion that the caae Is one of cholera. Al though a number of the symptoms are those of Asiatic cholera, It Is not be lieved by Drs. Russell and Rellly that Mr. Sullivan is suffering from that dread disease. They are of the opinion that the case Is one of aggravated chol era. Dr. M. A. Cremln, who was called In consultation early yesterday 'morn ing, said that the Bymptoms in this case were in every respect identical with those of Asiatic cholera and that they were similar to those of a man named Sheridan who died in Eagle street about ten years ago and who was at tended by Dr. Cremln. Two cases sim ilar to that of Mr. Sullivan have oc curred in New Haven In recent years. In both the patients recovered, although at one time life appeared, to have fled. At 11 o'clock last night Drs. Rellly and Russell held a consultation and decided that their patient was much Improved. It was stated later by Dr. Rellly that he did not anticipate that either of them would be called upon dur ing the night and that If Mr. Sullivan continued to hold his own and suffered no relapse the chances for his recovery were bright. Dr. Russell visited him last evening and found him so much improved that it was not necessary to perform another operation. Dr. Russell said that if the operation had not been performed when it was he would have been a dead man in half an hour's time. The news of Mr. Sullivan's illness was exclusively stated in the Journal and Courier yesterday morning, and when Dr. T. H. Russell arrived at S o'clock it did not-ejipear as though Mr. Sullivan would live an hour. He was in a comatose condition, his body was cold and: rigid andi the pulse could not be detected at the wrist. To all ap pearances Mr. Sullivan was apparently dead. In cases of this kind, so it was explained yesterday morning, there is a separation of the water from the blood in the body; which causes circu lation to cease and the heart to fall, death being the natural result. This had gone so far in Mr. Sullivan's case that it had naturally brought him to the con dition which he was in when Dr. Rus sell was summoned, the only apparent existence of life being detected by plac ing the ear to the1 heart, where its flut terings could be distinctly heard. The opefation of Infusion, therefore, is sim ply that of infusing into the blood the ingredients which had been separated from it by the process of the disease, or In other words the injection into the' veins of a saline solution known as Chloride of soda. This Dr. Russell performed and opening a vein he. in jected Into the system eight pints of the solution. Within a short time after the opera tion there was a perceptible change for the better, but how Jong It would con tinue was a matter of conjecture, for the physicians could not anticipate what the result would be after the stim ulating effects of the solution had worn oft. More Worlds to Conquer. Registrar Carney and Mr, McGann of New Haven, who visited this city yes terday, were not willing to take the re sponsibility of dealing out the politioal plums in Portland, iney secured the services of Registrar O'Connell and Captain Carroll, who are on the top wave just now. These four gentlemen went to Portland and it is understood that they fixed up matters to their own satisfaction. Middletown Herald. , Sold Liquor on Snnday. Patrick F. Reynolds, a Broad street saloon keeper, was arrested last night by Officer Cooper on a warrant charg ing him with violating the Sunday liquor law. He was released under bonds of $200 furnished by Vmliam Bo han of 21 Broad street. ' , BARirORD It, KEW HAVEN 3. New Haven Defeated by Hartford Some Fine Playing on Both Bides. The New Haven baseball team was defeated by the Hartford, team on the Trinity college grounds in that city yes terday by a score of 3 to 11 before a large crowd. The New Haven team expected to have Sedgwick and Sullivan, the Am herst, college team battery, to play with them, but were disappointed, as the Amherst gentlemen failed to material ize When the time for play came, con sequently O'Brien, p., and Lawson, c, was tne Datiery, ior xne jview Haven team. The game with Walllngford Tuesday was the first that O'Brien had pitchedv'n a month, so that he is not yet in practice. Gannon and Moran was the battery for the Hartford team. Donahue of New Haven caught a fly In tleep right field and fell In a gully in the. field. He arose, However, with the bait n his hands. Taylor, the leftflelder for .the New Haven team, made a fine running catch.as did also Qunshannon of the Hartford team. New Haven made" si hits and five error: Hart ford seventeen hits and seven errors. The score by innings is as follows: Hartford.. . 1 10 1 3 d I 0 411 NewHaven.. 11 00001 0 3 Thie la Hartford's fourth consecutive victor for the state championship. The New Haven team will nlav the Athletics of this-city this afternoon. Tljejfc' wfll play the Hartford team again? some day. next week. jfttfco rnis . retrain II. J. DouiMtllf ' Aim Wee True and the Canine Is Me More. For several days a mangy mmmrv our has been making the lite ot the resi dents of Chapel street miserable by Its howllug and snapping, and many ot ths resident have declared that the dug was mad and they were In consequence frightened and anxious that tho dog should be killed. The police were noti fied and Patrolman Henry J. Donnelly, one ot the keenest ottlcers on the force, was put on the scent Yesterday afternoon Patrolman Don nelly secured a clue to the whereabouts ot the animal which had been disturb ing the peace, started out In pursuit and finally captured the law-breaker at the corner of Chapel and High streets. A strong rope was secured and the cul prit was heavily bound and brought to police headquarters. I'pon his arrival the animal was brought before Captain Wrlnn, and his doom was qulokly sealed. Without the formality ot giv ing the prisoner a trial Captain Wrlnn, who Is usually more than merciful to prisoners, uttered the harsh edlct,"Take him out and shoot him on Right." There was no appeal from the sen tence, and Immediately all present re paired to the scene ot the execution In the rear of the police barn. The proces sion was led by Acting High Sheriff Signal Ollloer Ueegun, whl had been especially deputized to see that the sentence of the tribunal was carried out. When the selected spot hnd been reached Executioner Donnelly carefully loaded his pocket howitzer and after one discharge the animal fell over dead in his tracks. It was all but the work of a few minutes. After the execution the remains were promptly interred In a neighboring lot. No Warrant Have Been Iasued. City Attornoy Fox stated lust night that notwithstanding the pub'loatlon in an afternoon pnper, be had Issued no warrants for the arrest of J. J. Cupo ralo, Antonio Spiuello and Dr. D'filla, charging them with criminally libelling Paul Russo, nor did he intend to do so. Ex-Judge Blydouburgh Is Rusao's coun sel. Tho offending articlo uppenred In a recent issue of the Italian puper Pro Pntrla, owned and controlled by Ca porale, Splnello aud D'Ellft. wnEELHARHona rs. teams. Commissioner States' Unique Plan for Grading the City's Streets. The advisability of employing men with wheelbarrows instead of teams on the city streets was the especially salient points of discussion at yester day's meeting of the board of public works. All the commissioners were pres ent at the meeting. The discussion was brought about by the question of grad ing Orant street and putting it In proper condition. When the matter was broached Com missioner States rather surprised his fellow members by recommending that the work be done at once, as there Is a balance of $400 In the department which can be used for the purpose. He also strongly advocated the plan of putting men with wheelbarrows.lnstead of teams, at work on the job to do the grading, claiming that in doing so the city would be giving employment to the class of men most In need of work. Commissioner Johnson did not ap prove of the unique suggestion of his fellow commissioner, but preferred that the usual method of employing men with teams be followed. He was In favor of having the work done imme diately. Street Superintendent Doyle w&& asked his opinion of the advisa bility of the plan of giving work to men with wheelbarrows, but replied In his usual laconic manner, "That all de pends on the class of men you give me." A general discussion foliowed.which was participated in by the mayor and the commissioners, but the mattter was finally referred- to the committee on streets with power to act. After this matter had been disposed of City Engineer Kelly informed the members of the board that the stone piers under the westerly span of Tom linson bridge were wearing away In consequence of the action of the waves made by the Richard Peck. Simulta neously a report was read from the committee on roads and bridges favor ing the strengthening of the piers, and the report of the committee was unanimously adopted., The mayor then explained that the $10,000 premium On the sewer bonds could not be used for the construction and repairs of sewers, but must be re served to pay the interest accruing on the bonds. In view of this decision no action was taken by the board in the proposed line of constructing new sew ers. Anthony Carroll was granted permis sion to strengthen the trench of the Dickerman street sewer. A proposition to sprinkle the grass in the several public parks with the water sprinklers was referred to the commit tee on parks. Street Superintendent Doyle was Instructed to purchase a quantity of crushed, stone not exceed ing 200 tons from John 6. Lane & Son of Meriden at a price not to exceed $1.20 per ton, and to immediately proceed against the owners ot dilapidated brick sidewalks, after which the meet ing adjourned. , ,. Parents often look on in consternation and helplessness when they see children in convulsions, as if there was nothing to be done. Salva-cea will relieve at once and the little suffererV will become quiet, . Tak tho lubricant and rub gently the whole length of ';,thfV :; Spine. Can anything bo ; more simple ? Nothing is , ipore effective. The same remedy will cure the ' most obstinate case, of eczema, itchingV earache, and greatly relieve cplic A B0 eft. fcr tot. 'DHgglsts or by mall BjuxDiurrB Co., 374 Gnul Bt, New York. rAHAriirrr, mn xor wohk. Mis Ut Ham Nsrruoly KMid MrU uu. Injury ! ) Reck. The ballni n.i-onslun and para chute dtneeiwlon advertised to take place at ruilruad grove, Savin Rock yenterday afternoon, came near result Ing In an arldent to Mis Louise Betes, the aeronaut, who made the ascension, Mis Bates was advertised to drop from the bulloou by means of a para chute. liut she didn't. The parachute didn't open and Ml Bate shot straight down at a rapid rate, but for tunately fur her she caught lit a tree neur the Ocean Inn and escaped un injured. Fully 2,00 persons were present the ruck and about as many were grievously dliutppolnted at the exhibi tion given iliem. The ascension was to have been made at 4:30 o'clock, but It wua after 6 when the ropes were rut and the nlr ship floated very slowly skyward. After it had reached height of about 150 feet It sailed oft In n easterly direction over the trees. In the basket was the "daring young aeronaut." When almost In front ot the Ocean Inn Miss Uute cut the ropes and dropped about ten feet into a tree. Owing to tho fact that the balloon did not reach a sufficient attitude, the parachute did not open and had Mis Dates not caught in the trees she might have been seriously Injured. After Miss Bates hail been rescued from her lofty position she, with Man. agcr Mort McKim, hastened to E. K. Ramie's saloon, where the UlHappolnted sightseers followed them. Krom tho verandah In front of the second story McKlm announced that the ascension had been a failure, owing to the faot that one of the poles had fallen against the balloon and cut a rent In it about seven feet long Just as the air ship sturted on a voyage to the cloud and that Miss Bate would not have at. tempted the ascent only that she did not want to disappoint the crowd. This explanation was received In sil ence by the majority of the crowd, which dispersed in a few seconds, but It was plain to be understood from re. marks that were made by some that they were grievously disappointed and not at all satisfied with the quality of balloon ascensions given this year at the rock. The business men at the rock were loud In their denunciation of the entire affair. One of them said: "Well we don't wan't any more so-called balloon ascensions. None of them have been successful and we don't think such fizzles help the shore any. Again we cannot understand why the ascension Is made In such an out of the way place. Here we have a large base ball grounds with accommodations and seats for several thousand people and yet the management sees fit to have the balloon Inflated and the ascensions made from a spot way off in the woods. In this way the crowd is taken away from the grove and no benefit Is de rived by anyone." The balloon was recovered later in the afternoon near City Point. MAY SOON BE SETTLED. The Qnestlon of Speed Between the Lowell and Frtscllla. New London, July 26. The question of speed between tho steamers City of Lowell and Priscilla will be settled to their satisfaction before many nights have passed. As both steamers leave their piers at the same time they will have ample opportunity for trying their speed. It la very evident that the Low ell will pass the Priscilla in the night one of these days, when she gets in working trim. She has been in the water seven months and is foul with barnacles, Her wheels are of cast iron and will soon be replaced with flexible wheels of bronze metal, which Superintendent Brady has ordered, These will add greatly to her speed. Under these additional conditions the real speed of the Lowell will be shown and Engineer Sault can let the engine out to her full ability. A MAN When be wants to furnish a house, or part of one, nine times out of ten goes where wife, mother, sis ter or some lady friend advises. That shows JUDGMENT. A WOMAN With the same needs to supply goes : First, where the best as sortment is to be found ; Seoond, where quality, price and terms are the most favorable. That shows EXPERIENCE. A CHILD When sent to buy an article goes where there will be no advantage taken in selling or forcing a sale. That shows FAITH. Judgment, Experience and Faith All recommend our store to every housekeeper. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnishers, 74 and 70 Orange Street, corner Center. Closed Friday afternoon during July and August. FOR RENT. 31WO good stores on Crown street : can be . made into one if desired. Ga.ll 00 or dress f. 0. LttM. - mhHOtf B Center street. FOR RENT. OCIETT balls In Hssonie Temple, fur- uiBueu, ana jtumor service. dm 0HAHLJH8 WISSON. Aeent FARM WANTED, WITH stock and tools. In exchange for a nearly new two-family -house with modern ooarenienoes, well located n4nsr borse cars, in this etty. :, - . For full particulars, permit to see house, etc., please oall-or address GEORGE Ai ISBELL, 737 Chapel street. New Haven. Oonn. ", :. Witinis. One Cent a Word each Insertion, See rents a Word for m full Week, seven time. WANTKI). A KITl'AI i 1 ,h..i olerriice II HITt'ATION tj in if n. ral housework 1 Jl riHm. wssi-ir nrvi 11 oner 1 auol Flhiulf ml. Inaulro r Jysn.'t: IlltO A U ffTRBKT. w vrirr A SITUATION toy's younj Amsrlreo flrt A m- ' 'I i, whim , tig 111 nuuwwurs i ft Hplvmn f lit 1 1 v ,, . .iwjl B ereaee. AddriM JXJ!! r, w.. tut omee. WANTKD, BT a slaa-l man, goofl-atied unfurnished room, ueotrtl. having modern iiuurovs. went. Jjjl BOX lag. WANTED. A FIRST-CLAW iihiI innksr mar obtaia situation for sumim-r at a low price. jyfO tf 7,W C'HAFKI. fffltKET. Bonm It, WANTKD. T7Unfrr-CI,A9S household b.-lr,, alao situs tionsrorsucn. JylOltnt Mm. IUIIU. If, Court street. WASTED, IV a competent person, a situation to da MM conking- or will do ahanibrwfrlc ud a. slat In laundry work : no ohjretlon to tbe country. Alto a nloeiilrl would like a plaoe to niMiat lu housework and to make boraouT UMTIll. BARTHOLOMEW, 61 Orange street. osunerroy s uia Btana. WANTED. BT serrnnt. Utllee mvilliig help should call hrro. There Is no othr mi vnn aa do ns weU. We have ben eaiauUaard here yearn, know and supply all the bint. Hlp for any kind of work unn alwara be seared bar. We use JU'linnout, carefully nelentlng onry thriSM that will d(i tbe work requtrod. Fines ofllcp, bent fiicllltlpn end liu-a-rat bualneaa la Row l-.nglana. EMFLOrMEKT AGEKCX, CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on all Private and Business Matters. MKD1CAL Woman's diseases. ixnsultuon in person or br letter. MABT i. wfiJOHX. M. D pCT ly Ofllce. Tontine Hotel, 140 Church a. glcal gstate. For Sale or Bent, TTOTTBE corner Swijiht street and Edrej families ; good lot. 'Prloe low. CHAS. D.NICOLL & CO., 83 Church street, (Benedict Building), room IS. Evcnlnirs from 7 to 8. FOR SALE, MANUFACTURING sites on East street at tbe foot of bt. John Rtrmr.. and alan fronting; on Mill river, belonging to the Dav en port estate. Apply to CHARLES II. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Closed at 8 p.m. Saturday. Open Monday eve Westville to Have Rapid Transit BUILDING lots on Main, Fountain, West Pronpeot, WiUard, Alden, Barnett, and other desirable residence streets In WestvlUe, for sale at urleos ramrlnir from two to tan oentg per square foot. inow is tne time to buy. l or particulars call ou or address H. C. PARDEE, n!2 tf 122 Fountain street, Westville. 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 18. FOR RENT, JJOUSB on Dlxwell avenue, 9 rooms. modern improvements, $20 per month. MERWIN'S Real Estate Offloe, Jc2 760 Chapel street. FOR SALE, House and Lot, 78 WILLIAM STREET. Lot 1b 59x112. Inquire of S. B. OVIATT, my5 tf 87 Church straa. FOR RENT, 83 Trumbull street, whole house. 878 Crown street, " " 82 Lake Place, " 80 Wballcy avenue, " " 68 Oarden street, first floor. S02 Exchange St., " " 8 Woolsey street, " " JOHN C.PUNDERFORD, 116 Church Street. FARM WANTED. QITY property will he exchanged foe 4 rarm witn or witaout buildings. R. E. BALDWIN, Atnr 818 Chapel street, a 14 BOOH HOUSE in WESTVILLE. Lot 100x200. No Mitt 11 1 on Hall YOU who are looking for a Building Lot a which to build for a home. INVESTIGATE The Building Lots bounded Orange, Edwards. Livingston and Canner Strstts. THBT ABB Ti Cbeapest for the Kenqf, The fast Desirable, (And, More Important Than A1U Tb Healthiest Locitkn la the city f Mew Haven. (Statistics wUl be . : - utreinia statement.; xor huo wj BEECHIB'S EXCHANGE, . Boom No. S, Lyon Building', ' , Jes v v v ?69 Chaoal Streot " 5