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NEW HAVEK MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY, JULY 30 1894.
WASTED Two-, hundred - young oblldren, gel 1 to 4 year, to ooroe with bli -mothers and befitted to am Dresses. One lot ! Beautiful little dresses tbat were much more money, At &0o each. One lot! Very dainty little dresses at much les than the cost of materials, At 98o eaob. The above lots can be fouud on tables at entrance. THE RIOT ACT Should be read' if vou don't im prove the following opportunity : LADIES' SPRING COATS. Sf.ll $(.19 A ridiculous price for good style Coats. Former prices (5.00 to 12.50. A fact. Coats that were tW to 920. Just what will be needed for early fall wear. ENTER : Buyers. EXIT : Coats. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. K0AL. I am now delivering Koal in cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all A ' dirt and buy of - W. F. GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opposite Postofflce, 89 to 91 Railroad Arenue t QtyQtyfytyQQ .. ,.V ' J SEASONABLE HOODS. During the hot weather you want something refreshing to drinki We suggest you visit our store and select a bottle of -. ', Jfeyer, Bane Mfg. Co. I4monade Raspberry, Claret, Orange or, . Pineapple flavored, . - - Rose's Lime Juice, Unfermented Grape Julcey., . . . , Manltou Spring Water and Ginger Champagne-. Hertford's Aoid Phosphate, Henderson's Wild Cherry, Rex Lemonade, ' - s Williams' Root Beer Extract, - . " 1 ' " Knapp's Root Beer Extract, ; None-Such Root Beer Extract, eta. : A - 8PECIAI Curtice Bros.' Chicken Soup, one quart cans, 15 eents, BOSTON GROCERY, , Proper, : 926 Chapel Street, corner of Temple, . - Branch Store and Market, 131 Chapel street . The Prices ore Low. The Assortment Large. Fine Mattings. 'IS'-1 Did it eyer occur to you that a good Matting 1$ the cheapest to hny? Ours are yery cTiegp in price ana extra gooa m quality. NEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE GO, ; . (MPKTOSAWDiUPEWES. h -8. 70 and 72 Orange Street ; ' CLOSED SATURDAYS AT 12 M. DURING JULY ASP AITQCST. And Hangings for Cottage Draperitx , QUc, Uufl lins, Oriental Bogs, Mats, Windowfit Table aud Otand Cqrersj Floor Oilcloths. I SBBBBI SBBWSBBWSBBBSBB) . aBBHBSBI aar eBSSBSBSSBSSB 'savsaMSSaaaaaaaaaaaaaaj SBBBBBam .W SBBBS , . W. . . W it A 311.00 ,91. 00 PER DOZEN W are sole agenU for their sale In New Haven. Made from the Best German ilont and Canada Malt. , We offer for tale Been that are Bottled at the Breweries Mo Other. It la a guarantee agaturi mixed beer, pur Beers are put up at tne orewer es in Clean, wnive nipt Domes. , It can be seen that the Beert are a! ways clear and brilliant, while In blank bottles you cannot detect the muddy appearance fair ore hayb. Shun the black bottle dragged out of ash barrels and oompott heap by Junk dealers and rsg pickers, and sold at low price to dealer, who have them filled at some out-of-the-way place to compete with legitimately bottled beer (bottled at the brewcnos). Every housekeeper will ooneene tnat an accumulation of bottles is a nuisance, Every one of the bottles sent out by us returned at .nine price charged for them they are taken out of your way, We are nor bottling California Claret in qts and pts. In a carload of wine from California we have Just reoMved 10 casks and now offer it at the ex tremely low price of 92.50 for One Dozen Quarts, $1.75 for One Dozen Pints. CALIFORNIA BURGUNDY, Heavy, rich and stronger. 83.50 for One Dozen OuarU. . 9Z.zo lor uue uozen tints, Bottled bv us. at our Dlaoa of business, ears is i uk en tnuc it os cioar, ana oowea In order that It shall not become cricked or sour. AU Quart bottles reoelved and K oenta per aozen given tor tnem. State and Court Streets. THE L ConsrCfeartiuJDaltrtrtt, . OFFKB . ,- '. Spring JLaatab Choices Beef snd Mutton. Spring Broilers, DookUngs. . Chickens, Bqnsbs, Sweetbresdy and Calf &lm, Also Fresh Native Vef etables In foil variety, and a fuUllneof Fancy and Staple Qrocerte. Branch store at Woodmont, sontalning louuneot UMSOovegooaa. TMUBBQUtOUJ, MO. bags and parried Into the ssVslV ' Laotart, Korp's CneerV -Ljf-t For , . ; ; . 7 it urn u MUfUTURK ALMASAC. JULT SO. Sim RISSS, 4: tuNSnaiat Moom Kisss, I Hton Wats. DEATHS. , BCRAirrON-tn Madlion, OonnM gatnrdar vknluc. July at. tuu R. Ihrwd. vlfn nf 8ruu H. Bcmnum, m toe kXh year of bar Funaral from her late rssMsooe to-da at IX MARIMC LIST. POBT OF NEW HAVEN. ABKIVID. Sob Mabel Ko... BarrrtL Phlla. eoal to Rn. Boh Honrjr a. Dmulna, UOulra, Woodbrtd( Cr. K. J4 brick to OiaiHll Oo. -sob Oenrn Hum, MeUoTrajr, Kingston, Bob O. a JteUor, LeBlonv, Bate, . lum. Mr to , Hh T. W. AlUn nr rialsilai hmhsw a Mm uvoffrt. soil Ana Amelia, Burke, N, Y Iron. CtKARtO. ' ' Bob Ireos, Mlmy. K. T. Bub Mary Ann. Oulllnt. N. Y. BL'h U. K. RnntUv Mr Vmllml nob Faltstins, Swan. M. T. "A TKEMENDUUS SlKlKKt" OLD price so out) new priooa take their Plaoe. Cloelaa out window aaraon at SO JYiwauig LIWHl.ET, HOOT te CO. "THE PACK OF THE EARTH" 'W1b'mjLZhr!il,lf7'?ntltkevi','H V auui'"' MTNtMoo? oo. DRRSSMAklNQ. TTHPEHIBNCKO Nnw York rfr.m.k JJJ With bent Saw llaveu rnff.rftuiM. ar hnm. t Auauoon street. FOR SALIC, 1 July lood of new ullob oowa, on Monday. DO, 18M, Eaet Haves, Oonn. mOVR LEVBNTH osflbad of borsea will arrive J2J Tl Thursday mnrnlti DF.BI8HOP.OO. FOR 8ALB. JtW lljht weight Remluston bloyole, used few times; eao be bouht cheap. . J. n, MtKHI.N, jyTt T67 CbapeLftreet, COOL AND Interesting "pot. MaUorjr's Old Curl. .. lty Bnp Jys Tf 1 O RANGE. FOR RENT. rpwo good atom on Crown street : can be .a. maae into one u a eel red. uaU on or aaarns u. lum. - mhaotf . n Center street. FOR SALE. I 1 1 ' " ' - - ' FOR BALE. LptaSandnem complete outfit sultablefor sooterr Apply )yar 73! CHAPEL STRE T. I FOR SALE. J) n noomv. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR "PERMANENTLY remored by electric nee- For luixnerparnouiara aaoreu iyu- F. O. BOX 951 85 CENTS dIuk out-dnar i TT UY8 a srst-elan out-door mat. THB HOME D&APEBY CO. FOR RENT. EIGHT rooms, modern improvements, eon venlent to center of oity. Inquire Jettf 8) EDOEWOOD AVENUE. FOR SALE, n lioxe risoe, two new brick nouses, i , mod- X ern improvements, 18 rooms; also tnilld- lnv lota. J. D. PLUNKRTT. apit ir IB Ch'irch street. Boom 8. Grand Personally Conducted Tours, 1884 SEASOIT 1894 Under the management of Hygeia and Beere- auon Tourist jo. ALL EXPENSES PAID. . SS.00 Four dav' trtn to ftaratnn Mm Train leaves Union depot at 9:40 a. m. July JO. Aug. Oth, 13th, ioth and 87th. $16.00 Delightful trip to Niagara Palls $13.00 Special train leaves Union depot 8 a. m. Aug. lh. $16.00 Special Attractive Trip to Thousand ismntw -sio.tiu. FOUR DAYS' TRIP. Special train leaves Union depot morning of Augum m, uui oa ' PECK & BISHOP. General agents, 109 Chapel street, for inform matlon. lyautf GENTLEMEN, Bring you. CASH and take advantage of this sale. You can buy SHOES of us at lower cash PRICES than you ever dreamed of. Some of our speoial $2.45 For a FINE RUSSIA CALF BAL, tW RUSSIA CAt Welt, worth nine weit, wortn f s.oo, - $1.39 i 1 a Russia Calf Bicycle BaL, worth Calf Bicj 2.60. $1.92 For a Viol Kid Southern TSe worth - , oy. , . , i, ..... . ... All goods marked down to a atriotljr A.B.frKEEIf00D;- 773 CHAPEL STREET." Store closed Evenings, exoept Monday . . -ana saturaay. " Call and sea SHEPP'S PnnTnnn x Ptra no wan wrvni.n .hh vnsr.ivs wirwiv;. . l giveaway. . IMITATORS ABOUND Of moat of thaanntMHfnl ua. daily of the world-famed tTJ f Liebig Company's ;-,v- Extract of Beef. Therefore for satis factory resaltt In your oooklog - get p the genuine with this signature .in Diue: J - sV DtatHtattnr Sgftrt. for Omul: TmaW IZTS ,JZZmZfZl 11"'!' . ' PRK pF TIIE LIGHTNING. sassssssssssssssss isrMMAt rtAci irtiTi nvnrxo ,f : IKUTKMDAVI MTOMX. Oarmsa Baptlat Cbareb Damagad Hatha. ! Chairh la Hmla mk-OUtar rraaks af Um Klactrie r.loin.nt Walllag ' tord AU V!slta During the severe thunder storm about 1:M o'clock yesterday afternoon hailstones as large as haiel nuts fell for a few minutes, but as far as can be learned did no damage. After the storm ceased the torrid atmosphere became slightly cooler, but remained so for only a short time. At l:4t o'clock lightning struck the cupola of the German Baptist church at the corner of George and Rroad streets, and completely shattered it. The bolt struck the apex of the cupola and tore off the entire cupola, hurling It to the ground In front of 2H2 George street. At this number there Is a tinning shop, In the doorway of which a pedestrian was standing waiting for the storm to pass over. The cupola was hurled dl. rectlv at hla feat, and had ha hean standing; dlstunce farther out t would have struck Mm and probably avriuuaiy injurvu mm. ine cupoia weighed about twenty-flve pounds. No other damage was done to the church The loss will be about 1100. The steeple of the Methodist Episco pal churoh of Hamden was damaged by lightning yesterday. John N. Krapp, a mechanic living at 25 Brewster street, while sitting In his window about o'clock yesterday at ternoon during the severe thunder shower, was struck by lightning and rendered unconscious for a part of the afternoon, When he recovered eon' sclousness It was discovered that one of hie sides was paralyzed. At last re ports he was Improving. other xrncTg or the storm. During the progress of the storm the house of James A. Church, the well known roaster builder, at the corner of Sherman avenue and Elm street, was struok by lightning, but not seriously nm if Thn Vala cvvmria- .. ... " "ruck by a bolt, but the damage in eacn instance was only trimng. X nlirialia nlrmimiitanrA nf thn atnrm was the fact that although the rain fall was so heavy in the center of the city and In the northern part of the city, not a drop of water fell south of Columbus avenue. . There was also no rain at Pawson Park, Thimble Islands, Stony Creek, -Branford, Pico Park, Savin Rock or Woodmont. Late last night It was learned that two dwellings houses had been struck during the afternoon storm in Newhall- vllle, but that only slight damage was dons. . ..',! Acting Signal Officer Cavanaugh last night gave out some cheering news to theoverheated residents of the city. He says that a 'cool wave Is rapidly moving eastward across the country, and will probably reach this ctty this afternoon or toy evening at the latest. At 8 o'coclt yeBtefdiy morning; the ther mometer marked 81 degrees and at 11 o'clock had mounted to 93. At about 12:30 o'clock a sudden drop commenced and at 1 o'clock the mercury had fallen to 89 degrees. During the next fifty minutes the mercury continued its rapid downward career, and at ten miutes of 2 had reached the lowest Doint of the day at 70. degrees. From this time on it .commenced to mount until at 6 o'clock It again reached the 85 degree point At 8 o'clock the thermometer marked 79 dbgres. . .Durlnfir the storm 89-100 Inches of rain fell and the wind blew at the rate of about fifteen miles an hour. Another heavy thunder storm passed over the oity about 9:80 o'clock last night, but up to an eany nour this morning no dam aga had ieen reported from the, effects oi ine evening storm. HORSE INSTANTLY KILLED. 'A horse belonging to the gypsy en campment, which was hitched In front of Mapledale cemetery, was struck on the head by the lightning ..bolt yes terday afternoon and fell dead In its tracks. s 315 STORM IJV WALtlXGFOBD. AHquse Struck by Lightning and Badly Damaged Big Hailstones. Wallingford, July 28. A heavy thun der shower struck here about 3 o'clock ! this afternoon. For a short time the rain fell In torrents, accompanied by hailstones as big as cherries. Patrick Fleming's house on Wallace row was. struck by lightning and the top of the chimney was tofrn off. The tower was badly twisted. The clapboards and a portfon pf the roof in the rear were uauiy iorn. jiaau was snaxterea in tne windows and pictures were torn from the walls. Mrs. Fleming received quite a apock and bears spots, on her arm from the bolt. Maltby, Stevens & Cur tis co.'s factory near the lake was struck, but the damage was slight. Ware Kind to Their Horses. The Fair Haven and Westvllle Rail road company yesterday displayed si commendable spirit- of - humanity. In consequence of the -extreme heat the management had two men stationed at, the opmer of Church and Chapel streets, and as every car came along the lorseB were given a drink and sponged off in cold water. - This little act was freely commented upon by nur morous passerby ana nothing but words of commendation - were heard for' the humane management bf the . - Wedded Last Evttilnar. At St Patrick's church last evening Mr Charles W. Reed and Miss Mamie E, Moore" were united in marriage by the Rev. father Russell. The bride is la daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Moore of 9 William street and Is well and favorably known. : The bridegroom 1 bead stevedore at the dook of the few1 Haven steam sawmill. The wed ding was strictly private, only the im mediate friends being present : After the ceremony the happy couple received the congratulations of their friend t the home of .the bride's parents. They Will reside at m Chapel street la a new house handsomely furnished and will I ' lili MVKDAT UOMKIXQ'B tlXX. U sab taiaaga Don a Caatar Street Build laawMaajr Buslnaas rinns SulTur Ln - Oihar Oeoapaau A Stubborn rira Ums ISAM. Fire was discovered early yesterday morning in the rear of the Troy Bteam laundry on Center street, near Temple, The fire started In the boiler room of the laundry and spread quckly up through the opening for the shafting to the printing room and bindery of Curtiss V Bradley, the Center street stationers. By the time the steam engine ar rived the flames bad gained great headway and It was found necessary to send In a second alarm. The lire was a stubborn on to fight and when the firemen arrived the whole struc ture seemed Involved. The fire, how. ever, waa kept confined to the three upper stories on the west half and after an hour and a half was under control. The building was occupied by Curtiss A Bradley, Clarence Iiyder, the printer; the Troy Laundry, the Auto matic Lighting Co,, Charles P. Snow's confectionery manufactory. Ward Auto matic Awning company, International Christian Workers' association - head quarters, the Pilot Publishing company, and Paul Hublach's novelty works, The loss will be about 115.000. The laundry's loss will be about 11.500, cov ared by Insurance through Burton & Burton. The laundry business through the enterprise of Mr. Crawford, the pro prietor, will go on as usual and orders from their patrons will be received at the office and work delivered to-day, as usual. Customers who had goods there can receive them at the office. The. Ward Automatic Awning com pany waa Insured for 12,000 by C. S, Thompson. Their loss is estimated be tween $2,000 and $3,000. Charles P. Snow, the Chapel street confectioner, whose confectionery man- ufactory was .burned out, loses $2,000, Loss fully covered by Insurance. Mr. Collins of the Christian Workers' said last evening that his loss was fully covered by Insurance. Hearing the alarm he proceeded to the scene and entering the building covered up some of the most valuable property in his rooms, thus saving it from damage by water. He was unable to enter his printing room, owing . to the Intense heat from the flames. Mr. Collins' quarters and Curtiss & Bradley's com prise a part oi tne old pool room, which was over Prokasky's. Mr. Col Ins speaks In high terms of the efficient work done by the firemen. Clarence Ryder, Curtiss & Bradley and the International Christian Work ers' association were' also burned out in the Blair building Are last Decern ber. Fire Marshal Hubbard had charge at the Are in the absence of Chief Ken nedy. The fire was' mainly extinguish ed by 6 a. m. Arrival of the Wilbur Opera Company, The members of the Wilbur Onern. companrarrived in town yesterday af ternoon on the steamer Richard Peck from New York, where they have been playing an extended engagement at Proctor s Twenty-third street theater, AIACOt It will be noticed by people taking Slocum's Ozonized Cod Liver Oil and Guaiacol tbat after a week or two their appetites will commence to improve. Why is this ? Because the Guaiacol de stroys the poisonous Bacteria which are present in the stomach and the blood of consumptives, and impairing their appe tite and digestion,' By destroying these Bacteria we give If attire an opportunity to re-ettabUh the original healthy condition ofthetUmei. - V -' - A perfect remedy for consumption. Pleasant to take. : - Send for Book on Ozone, mailed free. Prepared by T. A. Slocnm Co., New York. U n "It pays to trade at Brown & Durham's," said a man to his Wife, as they left the store the other day. And between U & I, that's a remark we hear quite often. vo.f.r Low prices fetch people, and good goods and fair treatment Keep them com ing. Our liberal terms of credit also" "hare helped many an honest man to tide ' iiiiuad- times and preserve his self-respect. Perhaps we can heipYor, ;: BR0WM DURHAM, ; Complwte- Hpuwfurnishera, 14 sad , 76 Orance. fetnat, comer Center, Closed Friday aiterooom In AujusW WITHUU PERFECTION TOASTED OATS make a delicious break fast dish. " Selected (Minerlnr Oats 11 r toasted as carefully as f you toast bread. k Try them for their W if 'cnarmine navor ana xne a a a - I health In them. STREET'S PERFECTION From Natures Labratory. ill VUH SAI.K rilKAP. ISO AAA A liouo with 7 rooms and fi-n rji.nf, derm of ground In Maillnon, Ot., on more j.iiif, nt-w tiaven itoaa, ana wnnin short dhtanue of Hound t houiwi comfortHlilv and neatly furiilabrd iui in good ordur; piuiill In kltuhnn; tbi-re Is a barn, box stall, enrrlairo nouse. cuicnen nnuse anil vards. workohuo unit woodlioiiiii tliimo urn all new rl.trrn undiv tinrii ; fruit ti-oe and a young orchard : (iKiiiirugin itnd strawherry beila : owner will sell for $i'.lX) ensh. Just as It stands ; phaeton Hiid liariiMw, t WKKon. Uwh, farming luiple- menta. furniture and croiKcry. nor uiror. niatlnu biiuIv to N. W. .1.. jyw n r. v. uox im, wow nr uty. Stocks and Bonds for Sale. 0 shs N. Y., N. H. tc H. MR. Co. U shs Southern New England Telephone. 6 shs New York A New Jersey Tel, 10 shs Boston Eleotto Light Co. 100 shs Portland Blectrto Light. 20 shs American Bank Note Oo. 80 shs New Haven Water Co. 100 shs Peck Stow A Wilcox Co. 49 shs Chi. Juno. A Stock Yards pref . to shs Consolidated Boiling- stock. tl.SOO Swift & Co. ss of 1910. 12,000 Indianapolis Light Co. gold 6s. KIMBERLY, ROOT & DAT. 1 Connecticut Ducklings, Roasting Spring Chickens, Native Egg Plants, Sweet Potatoes, Corn and Lima Beans for Buoootash, The choicest brands of . Citron Melons. Choice Market Goods of every variety. 350 and 353 STATE STREET. in Potatoes 90c bush. Richardson & Robbins' Boned Chicken 45o. White Label Soup 23c. Ox Tongue 48c. Was 65c. Bloater Mackerel 25c each. They weigh 1J pounds. R. W.MILLS, 382 STATE STREET. Completely Exhausted . 'And no wonder. Wnat's the use nfa wastlnar time and enerarv to do theoook.l ling over a coal Are this hot weather when an Oil Stove will do the work ju'stf las well and costs so little, we have the: from 49o upwards. KEEP COOL : - By taking things easy in a Hammock! or in a comfortable veranda Chair, Hammooks OCo and upwards, O I Examine our stock of STRAW MATTING8. ',, 0 Before making your purchase ; they, make the coolest and neatest floorl covering for Summer use o a yard ! HUU UUWKIUB, A complete line of r REFRIGERATORS AND ICE CHESTS.I Everything needed in your summer! home. f lOur stock of Kitchen Ware is complete OTOU W Uit BUUU4UEH UtflUli, Merl LAM, Complete Home Outfitter, 755 to 768 Chapel St : Closed evesiBH exeapt Monday V baturday - cni Estate. FOR RENT, SOCIETY halls in Masonic Temple, fur nished, and janitor service. fTm CHARLES W1ESON, Agent. For Sale or Rent, TTOCSE corner D wight street and Edge- 2. .a. www avenue, buiuiuii? aur uuu ur twu utuuues j gooa lot. mot low, CHAS. D.NICOLL&CO., 82 Churoh street, (Benedlot Building), room 18. Evenings front 7 to 8. .' ' ' FARM WANTED, w moderi ITH stock and tools, in exchange for . neanv nnw twn-ramnv . nousa wita ern conveniences, well located and near horse oars, in this city. For full partioulars, permit' to see- house, etc, please call or address ,t ...y , t GEORGE A. ISBELL, :-,-: ; . ( Ckspel street, New Harem, Oonat - " M Hart Cm blunts. Una Cent a Word each Insertloa, Ave I cents M'ord for a full Week, sa times. WANTED. A WHO MT. capable boy, l to 1 ynara at, to milk hlluMt.lf ffnnnr.il useful In th. I om. ii of a inauufaotiirlua ealabUshmont. htMret In own hiuidwiiilnif, JjiM C Wst thlsoffloe. WANTED. lint mort(K, fiOO dollars on property J worth iloniilu amount state Interest wantml. A, Courier Ofnoa. iB ... . .', r a single man, iroud-sised unfurnished room, uvntrul. hiivluir modara ImnrnvA- menta. jyB t BOX WANTED, 2 situation for summer at a low price. jya) tr tm t.M APEL tn ltKKT, itoom U. W A XJ T-1.' I T?IllflT.CLAS.3 household iolp, also sltua. J? lions for such. MU9 11AHU, J.vlt W Court street. WANTED, T Y two Om-inan lrls, situations t one to J J cook, wash and Iron, the other to do housework. In prlvaio families In Uio oity i (ood rpfflrniiiii-s. i naveotnnrwisea Tariety of exoelleot help, BARTHOLOMEW, SI Orange street, Gaiiilnfroy's Old Stand. WANTED. TESTorrnf. Indira needing; help should A J call here. There 1 no other way you oan do na wi-ll. W have been entabushed hr yi-ara. know and supply all the bnst. Help fo a ny kind of work oan alwnyt be secured here, e use Judirroent, curefiilly sclr-ctlbff only those tbnt will do the work required. Flneat offloe, beet fuclHtlr nnd laramt butlness la New England. EMPLOYM EOT AGENCY. Q" Tib Cbspei street. "KRABS ARE PLENTY" I fTlH IS year. We've ornb noU, olam hooks aoi , I X a rood assortment of fishing tacklo. jyw aui tilKLSEr. BOOT OQ. "BASKETS OF ALL SORTS." I A MONO them thn sllokett hamper, lunch Dlonlo basket, vou ever saw: hinved ntm, with leathi-r handle on top. ' Wi8LhY,BOOTCO aulS 83 Broadway. CLAIRVOYANT. TJ BAD1NQ8 on all Private and Business IX Matters. MEDICAL Woman's diseases! uonsuuatlon in person or by letter. jiAttr j. wjuumt, M. D4 ap28 ly Office. Tontine Hotel. 148 (uronttj &ml Estate. For Sale or Hup, A Good Two-Familv House. R. E.BALDWIN, d&w 618 Chapel street. FOR SALE, MANCFACTPBINO sites on East street at. the foot of Ht. John street, and also fronting on Mill river, belonging to the Dav enport estate. Apply to CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Closed at 6 p.m. Saturday. Open Monday eve'g Westville to Have Rapid Transit BUILDING lots on Main, Fountain, West Pronnect. Wlllard. Alilnn Humeri n1 other desirable residence streets in WeatvlUe, for sale at prices ranging from two to tea cents per square foot. now is ids time to Duy. For partioulars call on or address H. C. PARDEE, n!3 tf 133 Fountain street, Westvllle. BUY A BUILDING LOT Now While Prices ire Low. CITY LOTS, SHORE LOTS, SUBURBAN LOTS, EDWARD M. CLARK, 121 CHintflH STHftBT Evenings 7 to 8. Room 11. FOR RENT, JJOUSE on Dlzwell avenue, 9 rooms, moaern improvements, (20 per month. MERWIN'S Beat Estate Offloe, 59 Chapel street. FOR SALE, House and Lot, 78 WILLIAM STREETS " Lot is Willi. Inquire of S. B. OVIATT, myStf 87 Churoh stress. FOR RENT, B2 Trumbull street, whola hon.n. 878 Crown street, " " oa Jjtute riaoe, . " 80 WhaUey avenue, " " 56 Garden atr-AAt. 1rmf. flrni.. 202 Exchange St., " " o wooisey street, - JOHN C.PUNDERFORD, 116 Churoh Street. 14 ROOM HOUSE in WESTVILLE. Lot 100x200. . No Mitts 11 Ton Malt YOU who are looking fora Building Lot OS) which to build for a home. INVESTIGATE The Building Lots bounded by Orange, Edwards, Livingston! ' and Canner Streets. THEY ARE ' - The Cheapest for the Mousy, The Most Desirable, t ,j (And, More Important Than A11J s , I The Healthiest Location In the city of New Haven, (Statistics win beta i : , out this statement.) Jrot sal by BEECHER'S EXCHANGE, ' Room No. 5, Lyon Building, ' .) Je3 769 Chapel Stet.