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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8 1894.
That' our prlo for beautiful
DRESS SILKS. About two hun
dred drew pattern i will make
tbat many ladtoi happy possess
on of a illk gown worthy the
name.
WARNING ! But you mutt buy
at ouce. Such obanoet do not
eocur often.
Those
Gingham
Dresses.
What a ruah for them ! 60 oenta
buys a neat little dress, sizes 1 to
i years. 98 cents buys well,
what you would pay tl.98 ordi
narily, same sizes.
Stick Pins
2 cents, ,
Choose fromTSur 5o and lOo Stick
Fins for a few days at 2o.
White Waists.
Pressing Sacpes.
All reduced in price. Prices that
will olose them out immediately
89o upwards. '
762 to 768 Chapel Street.
KOAL.
t am now 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 Postofflce, 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue.
I SEASONABLE GOODS.
During 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 ot
' Pineapple flavored,
Rose's Lime Juice, Unfermented Grape Juice, , .
Manltou Spring Water and dinger Champagne,.
Horsford's Acid Phosphate, Lactart, Korp's Cheer,' " '.
Henderson's Wild Cherry, Rex Lemonade, '
' Williams' Root Beer Extract, .
Knapp's Root Beer Extract, -
None-8uch Root Beer Extraot, eto. .
' SPECIAL Curtice Bros.' Chicken Soup, one quart can 15 cents.
BOSTON GROCERY,
N. A.
' 926 Chapel Street,
WMWM WVw
Em
mn
The Prices are Low. The Assortment Large.
Fine Mattings. - ;
Did it ever occur to you that a good Matting is the
cheapest to buy? Ours are yery cheap in price
and extra good in quality..
: HEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE Cb,
CiltPETINGS AND DBAPERD5S,";' '
"68, 70 and 72 Orangef Street C ' ;
i CLOSED SATURDAYS AT 12 M. DURING JULY AND AUGUST.
SPECIAL designs v; ; ;
-k.X f. . '. '.:' v - :;.-..- v
Ind Hangings for Cottage Draperies. Silks, Muslins, Oriental Sagg,
VJM Windo SludefcTable and Stand Covers, F16i Cllcloths
.HE H03O DBifERT (JO;
- LACEK,
koopo dozer.
1MB,
ryiJM w art sole oacnu for their
prrraiJit In few liaven. Made
C Jfm the Best German Uop
aud Jnana
- We offer for tale Beert that are
Bottled at the Breweries No Other.
It Is a euarantee axalnst mixed beer,
Our Beers are put up at the Urewer-
ie in clean, white nun douius. ,
It eau be seen lliftt the Beer are al
ways clear and brilliant, while In black
bottles you canuot deteot the muddy
annearance tiict omk ha vs.
Shun the black bottle dragged out of
ash barrels and ooinpoat heaps by junk
dealer and rag plokera, and sold at
low price to dealer who have them
filled at some out-of-the-way place to
oomiet with legitimately bottled beer
(bottled at the breweries).
Every housekeeper will oonoede that
an accumulation of bottles Is a nuisance.
Every one of the bottles sent out by u
returned at tame prloe charged for
them tbey are taken out of your way.
We are now bottling California Claret
In qt and pti. In oarload of wine
from California we have Just received
10 casks and now offer it at the ex
tremely low price of
92.50 for One Dozen Quarts.
$1.75 for One Dozen Pint.
CALIFORNIA BURGUNDY,
Heavy,. rich and stronger.
$3.50 for One Dozen Quart,
911.25 for One Dozen PlnU.
Bottled by us, at our plao of business, care
( taken that II m dear, and bottled aulcklv
In order tbat tt shall not beoorae pricked or
sour. All quart bottles received and tt oenta
per doscn given (or them.
State and Court Streets.
THE
Cor. Church and Elm Streets.
OFFER
Spring Lamb-Choice
Beef and Mutton.
Spring Broiler, Duckling,
Chickens, Squabs.
Sweetbreads and Calf Liver.
Also Fresh Native Vegetables
In full variety, and a full line of
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
Branch store at Woodmout, containing
. a full line of the above gooqs. -Telephone
call 260.
1 I
Prop'r,
corner of Tempie".
v - J wtH(VV hV4Wy.
is.
I
MINIATURE ALMANAC
AUGUST X.
Una Rtssa, 4 4 I
HuaHara, tH
Moon
DEATHS.
MITR-ln Nortbford. Au-ut 1. Edward
iuiih. Sf i4 at roars and t month.
ruiiml at bl latf ro.idni.iw lUturdav, Au vuat
4, at 1:4) p. m. Kel.ilvc.aiid fi-iood invited
to .none wunout liinliw notloa.
AVIa In tblt eliv. AumiMUt. H.itb Went
worth, dativbtar of Uourg B. and' Carrie
PAVt.lTttK jfo this Ity, July lst. John I.
armmr., ayra t ream, s roonioa, oaya,
Funeral atvrin will t held at bit late real.
dMioa. No, II. Aiwator Kmi. on Friday af.
Ir-ruojn at 4 o'elnck. Frtcod are lovlud to
aimnq. niirmi priv. le. s
von RK.NT,
f n rooms, lower noor.
a.
sua tf
MWIULM5T AVENUE.
KOIt KKNT.
FLAT of 10 room., Orange street, near Elm;
ready ror occupancy about Sept. J.
u 7f :m Qoapal stroet.
8LM.MKR TOURISTS
"iriLL And antique roods, all kinds,
au7tt MALLOhV'8. 141 Orange.
von SALE.
A NUMBER of rood sound drlvlna and
iV business hiiran. ; also two (rood saddle
boratiA luqulr M aiabla rmr of n Commerce
l u or U. UHUKUH Bl rlKfcl.
an I tf Itoora 9.
, LA 110 R quantity bluetlab. ( trout. But-
a. fwip, mrm unna, ara Mllina rrry iDiip
all tins wrn-k at th old Grand Avenue Flan
inrnft. wpra ornrT ntynt irom to iv p. m.
aul St;
OTHER PKOPLK'M
BUMNB88 troublaa brmif ht the "Tourist"
illoyclca Into our hands. They coat to
inake, $.0O. The Cult's Fir Arma Co. of
Hartrorfl made tbera. Tbey are luat aa muob
worth $12fi.io as any whMl on the road. Our
prion Is MS." 0. Guarantee? Bnttw queatlon
u. aooiii uia rauipr tuan sore nicyoie aeiiera.
Mil MALUSY, NKtbV W.
FOR RKNT.
3 WO rood store on Crown street : oan be
. mad Into on If desired. .Call on or
iIpm. ' P r l.i;if
mbtatf ' ' n Center street.
FOB SALE.
lOKNINO top busvy, nnUolaaa maker.
yy camp. jyau tr aA aaa,
FOR SALE.
B
LACK walnut marble top altar, pedestals,
oomplrteoutotsulubleforsoolery use. Apply
a BiBuwiuin, viuuria auw uicui uni n a.
7Jt CHAPEL BTHKET.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR
"OERMANENTLy removed br electric ni
X dies: perfeot sucoeas warranted. For
runner particulars address
iylBWt" P. O. BOX BS1
FOR SALE.
TS Lake Plaoe, two new brick houses, mod,
A. ern Improvements, 13 rooms; alsnmitld
inir lota. J. D. PLUNKETT,
aplttf 48 Ch'irch street, Hoom K
"KRABS ARE PLENTY"
rflHlS year. We've crab nets, clam books and
jl a gooa
a Brood assortment of fl.hlnir taokle.
jyauauig
lit LBKt, ttuuj, a uo.
"BASKETS OF ALL SORTS."
A MONO tbemthesllckeat hamper, luncbor
J picnic basket you ever saw; hinged oovejr
with leather handle on top.
LINSLEl, BOOT s CO.,
jy30 sil 8 3B Broadway.
"A TREMENDOUS STRIKE!"
OLD prices go out; new prices take their
plaoe. Closing out window screens at 80
per cent, discount.
jyauauia liabley. hoot a co..
"THE FACE OF THE EARTH" .
WILL look fresher and greener If kept wet
through "Baltonstair 4-ply hose.
jyauaum lihbley, boot a CO.
District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, 1
Aumist M. A. D. 1804. (
AN agreement for the adoption of Dorothy
gtrowbridge Flfleld, a minor aged two
years, residing In New Haven, in said district,
having been exhibited to this court by Ed
ward B. Judd, guardian, one of the signers
thereof, for acceptance and approval. It is
thereupon
Ordered That notloe be arlven to all n er
gons interested to appear at the Probate court
to be held at New Haven, In said district, on
the 9th day Of August, A, D. 1894, at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon of said day, then and there
to show oause, if any they have, why the fore
going agreement should not be aooepted and
approved by this oourt, by publishing this
Order of Notice three times in some news-
aper having a circulation m said district, be
'ore said time assigned for said hearing. -By
the court,
au38t TIMOTHY F. CALLAHAN, Clerk.
District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court,)
Aumist ad. 1864. i
ESTATE of EUGENE B. SMITH, of New
Haven, In said distriot, assigning debtor.
The Court of Probate for the district of
New Haven bath limited and allowed three
months from the date hereof for the creditors
of said estate, represented Insolvent, in which
to exhibit their claims thereto ; and hag p-
Solnted Frank 0. Busbnell and Chas. H. Fond,
oth of said New Haven, commissioners to
receive and examine said claims ; and ha or
dered that said commissioners meet at the
office of J. D. Dewell & Co., 239 State street. In
said city, on the 2d day of October and Sd of
November, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
each of asld davs. for the nurnose of attend.
ing on the business of said appointment. '
Certified from record,
TIMOTHY F. CALLAHAN, Clerk.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to
aus 8t ANDBEW P. HOTCHKISS. Trustee.
REFRIGERATORS.
IHE standard Refrigerator of to-day is the
EDDY. Made strlctlv flrst-olass in Pine
too:
orouahly kiln dried, heavily nalnted. beau
tifully grained and varnished. Tbey are su
perior to any nam wooo doz made. ,
Examine them at . .
860 STATE STREET.
SILAS GALPIIT.
--.4.
IS-
9nw
GENTLEMEN,;
Bring you. CASH and take advantage
of this sale. You oan buy SHOES of
us at lower CASH PRICES than you
ever dreamed ot Some of our. special
bargain are:
- $2.46 ;
For sf rnm RUSSIA CALF BAIv Gen
uine Welt, worth W.50. , -
$1.39
'For Russia Calf Bloyole Bal worth
$1.92
IB 1 ?-
For Viol Kid Southern Tie, rQtl
All goods marked down to a strictly -.
, CASH pRica. .
A; R&IuEEW00Dr;J
773 CH APELSTREETy . - -
Store closed Evenings, except Monday
, ' and Saturday, 'i n
aiTaan - , ,
TO BB BBdXD MIS M0RK1KO.
Rabpcsaa tarred en S.raral Watwbory
People.
Th hearing In th cam of Cnrla P.
Downey and Harmon V. Vlscher, pro
prietor, and business manager of th
Waurbury Globe, will tak plac In th
United State oourt room at 10 o'clock
this morning before United States Com
missioner Wrlfht. Th accused are
charged lth lending obscene matter
through the mall In the shnp of bun
dle of newspaper to the various new.
dealer of New Haven. Deputy United
State Marshal Loverldge and Detec
tive Leel were In Wntcrbury yesterday
and arvd lubpoenae on a number of
Waterbury people In tho Interest of the
prosecution. It I said that the Identity
of "Argus," th writer of the objec
tionable articles, has been discovered.
It 1 understood that since the publi
cation of Saturday Mr. Downey sent an
emissary to MrNeely, of the firm of
Malley, Neely tc Co., notifying him that
upon a full Inveatlgutlon. of the article
printed ' concernlns tha employe at
Neely' and Brown' stores he bad dis
covered that there whs no truth In
them and offering to make a full and
complete retraction of the article In
question provided nothing further was
done In connection with the matter.
To this offer Mr. Neely is suld to have
made a distinct refusal, as the matter
had gone out of his hands and was In
the hands of the United Stale govern
ment. " -
It Is understood that the defense Is
that the accused had.no hand In mailing
the papers and that they knew nothing
about It further than in a business way
as officer of the company.
District Attorney McLean will be as
sisted by Attorney Webb of Ailing,
Webb & Morehouse, to-morrow, and
Downey will doubtless be represented
by able counsel also. Efforts In the de
fense of Downey and his local corre
spondents are equally vigorous. Judge
Cole will appear for Downey.
Deputy Marshal Loverldge was in
Waterbury yesterday and subpoenaed
the following witnesses: Postmaster D.
E. Fltzpatrlck, Mailing Clerk Joe Reed,
Box Clerk George Doherty of the post
offlce, Judge George H. Colwell, before
whqm as a justice of the peace the arti
cle of Incorporation of the Globe Pub
lishing company were sworn. Town
Clerk McMahon, who will bring the rec
ords of Incorporation, Attorney Cole,
Chrl F. Stroble, Lewis F. Carder and
Edward B. Lounabury, who were re
corded a stockholders on May 21, 1893,
and J. J. Walah, city editor of the
Globe. Attorney E. F. Cole will appear
for the accused.
After hi return Marshal Loverldgo
had subpoenas served on all the news
dealer in the city that have bandied
the Globe, and they win appear at tne
trlftj.
Personal.
Mrs. W. D. Whitney is at Holderness,
N.H.
Prof, G. E. Day . Is. at the Kane house,
Greenwioji, Conn. ,.
W. LiiCushlnar and family are at
Small Point, Me, " '
W. H. Bristol Is at the Westminster,
Aebury Park, N. J.
C. E. Bill is spending his vacation at
Wllllamsburgh, Mas.
Mies Carrie Nichols of this city is vis
iting her cousin, Miss Alice Fordyce, In
West Wlnsted.
Mrs. Crosby of' this city Is visiting
Miss Katie Wheeler of Spencer street,
West Wlnsted.
Miss Percy Nichols of this city is the
guest of her cousin, Miss Alice Fordyce,
In West Wlnsted.
Hiram Stevens of this city has been
visiting Rev. C. H. Stevens for a few
days in Canton Center.
Mrs. Albert Mallon, the wife and the
mother of Mr. and Miss Mallon of this
city are at the Stevens house, Norfolk,
Conn.
president Timothy Dwlght of Yale
university was in town yesterday. He
is spending the summer at his country
home In Litchfield with his family.
Mrs. McCormack and family of Mead
ow street are going to Sag Harbor.Block
Island and Long Island for a ten days'
trip and on their return will visit Camp
Bradley.
Toothful Burglars Arrested.
Sergeant Dennehy arrested three
youths last night for the burglary of
James Rowley's drug store at the cor
ner of Lloyd street and Snltonstall ave
nue, Wednesday night Mr. Rowley
complained to the officer in charge of
the down, town station that bis place
bad been entered and numerous cigars,
candy and other articles taken. The
money drawer had also been rifled. After
working a few hours on the oase Ser
geant Dennehy ascertained: sufficient
evidence to warrant the arrest of Joseph
Olennon, aged sixteen, of 18S Chapel
street, BY MeKinnon, aged fifteen, of
isotdoyd street and George Wigsen,
aied twelve, of 2 Main street. The
boys will be arranged before the oity
otrtjrf this morning.
i 'ACCIDENT jy YALMSVILLB.
Hants' ler Badly Cut by a Broken Boss-
' saw,
Rr H. A, Meeks of Merlden wa called
to, Jalesville yesterday mprning to at
tend -a serious accident that happened
tq Htenry Piper, employed at the Charles
Parker qompany'a; box factory. While
Piper was at work over a huts saw the
Wheel broke, -flying Into the air. Piper
jumped to one side, but was not quick
enough. -The saw struck him on, the
forehead, inniciing an ugiy wonna over
the right eye, reaching to th left Por
tion of ihl forehead.. Six stitches were
necessary to olose the wound, which
exposed the bone. ;
--'i ' ""' '. ,
.-., Animal Killing Devices. (
Hartford, Aug. ; . The, Connecticut
Humane society has ordered a supply of
anlri)al-kllllng devices, the invention of
Apparet( F. Brunle of Paris, .France.
The -device consists of a mask which
fits over the animal's Head, blindfolding
It j In the center -la a spike set in such
a war that it can be driven into the
bVtln by a single bio wfj causing Instant
death. . $he society will kilt all diseased
or injured anina-la by using the device
instead bf shooting thentand 1U en-
daa lor "to hava butchers use ft in
elM2&1iter6' - - s
NEW BArXS'M 1TIXXIXO HHEAK,
New lirltoln's Baseball Team Easily De
', feated at Bavin Rock.
The' New Haven baseball team easily
defeated th Nw Britain at the Savin
Rock ground yesterday afternoon by
a cor of T to 1 SnlfTin and Sullivan
wer th bsttery for ,th New Haven
team, and they simply toyed with thalr
opponents throughout the enttr game.
Brennan played a fine game for New
Haven at first and Doherty at third.
Taylor caught two nice file In left
field, Sullivan and Fox each made
home run by batting the ball over th
left field fonce.
Th Edgewood will again cross bat
with the New Haven to-morrow af
ternoon In Westvllle.
Manager Durant I experiencing con
siderable difficulty In aecurlng games
for hi colt. This la especially true
with reference to securing dates with
John Henry- Hartford aggregation.
Since their defeat at Savin Kock sever
al days ngo the Sloopvllle talent has not
been so anxious to meet Durant's colts
as they were prior to that time. Tester-
day Manager Durant eent two tele
grams, to the Hartford management to
arrange for games, but up to a late
hour lust night received no reply from
either. He hns secured a number of
dates with the Merlden, Waterbury
Norwalk. Bridgeport, Wlnsted and
other teams, and lovers of the snor
will have an opportunity to witness
many good games during the balance of
the season.
The score of yesterday's game
New Haven.
ab. r.
b. po. a. e
McKee. cf 6 1 "
0
1
Fox, ss
1
Doherty, 3b 6 1
Sullivan, c 6 2
Brennan, lb 6 2
Sedgwick, rf 6 1
2 4
1 9
Taylor, If 6 3
FIt2gerald, 2b C 3
Snlffen, p 6 2
0 10
Total 53 17 20 27 20
New Britain.
ab.
Graham, If 4
Yale, 2b 3
Meade, p.; 1
Sullivan, 3b 3
Llllis, c 1
Smith, rf 4
Barrett, ss 3
Roach, p and 2b 4
Maloney, lb 3
Fleischer, cf 3
Total 29
0 0 2
0 15
0 0 2
0 9 0
2 1
0 0
0 2
1 8
0 1
3 5 27 14 11
Score by innings.
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New Haven.... 304053 1 01
New, Britain... 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Earned runs New Haven 3.
Home runs Fox, Sullivan.
Three-base hits McKee.
Two-base hits Doherty, Fitzgerald,
Brennan. Sedgwick, Snlffen.
Stolen bases New Haven 3, New Brit
ain 1.
First base on balls Off Snlffen 5, off
Meade 1.
'Hit by pitched ball Mills, Maloney.
Wild pitches Sniff eh' 2, Meade
Roach 1.
Struck out By Snlffen 8, by Meade 2,
by Roach 3.
EriDENCJ! XOT STBOXG MXQVGU,
Liquor Case of Burke Moiled on Payment
of Costs.
Peter1 J. Burke was tried before Jus
tice Pardee of West Haven yesterday
morning charged with violating the
Sunday liquor law. As the testimony
did not warrant a conviction the case
was nolled on payment of $7.50 by
Burke. Attorney Strouse appeared for
Burke. As the evidence against Burke
was not very strong it was decided not
to push the case, as the Law and Order
league, who had charge of the suit, are
anxious to- punleh only the more fla-
grapt violations of. the law.
Another case against Charles H. Mil
lerwas brought up yesterday morning.
He was arrested on Monday by the
league for running his billiard saloon
on the Sunday previous. He appeared
for hlmBelf yesterday morning as usual.
This Is the third time' that he has been
arrested for the same offense. He was
declared guilty, as he has been twice
before, and was given the same fine of
$100. He took out the usual appeal.
This makes $300 in fines and $300 in
bonds against Miller's account
BOVT WASHED ASHORE.
TVoodmont Cottagers Discover the Body of
an Unknown Man Both Hands Missing.
Woodmont, Aug. 2. The body of an
unknown man apparently about thirty
years of age was washed ashore here
at 6 o'clock -tnls evening nearly In
front of the residence of Colonel Woos--ter
of Bridgeport; ; The body was seen
floating in the water off shore and It
was finally brought in' with the tide.
The people who 'were in bathing saw
It and hastily came ashore again. A
man named Wilcox, who Is summering
here with his ..family from Southington
towed the . body ashore and Medical
Examiner Barnett of West Haven was
notified. The body was badly decom
posed. The man had leather boots on,
trousers and vest, bu't was without a
coat. Medical Examiner Barnett im
mediately after viewing the remains or
dered that - it-bo, buried. '.There was
nothing found Upon, the body to show
who the drowned "Was. Both hands
were missing, probably having dropped
off through decomposition. The body
had probably, been In the Water three
weeks " " :' ': '
Dean's Rheumatio Pills absolutely cure
rheumatism and neuralgia. Entirely vege
table. 8af e.
Wash Your Face with
A purs aatlMptle, medicinal toilet soap -
for dally Offe.J : It embodies as far
as soap can the;
soothing', heal
ing, preservingl
elements that!
aoyears'pfacti-
cat experience
treating :.the Skin have proven
most beneficial. Druggists sell it.
BnijoPmMaj mnirrwytiaasi' ,
lVes&utx' Fecial aSoaji
1M
PERFECTION
H TOASTED n
OATS
make a delicious break
fast dish.
Selected superior Oats Hi
r .... r..ti..
luasuu us kurciuny us
you toast bread.
Try them for their i;
charming flavor and the
health in them.
STPEET'S
PERFECTION
. POCDv-
From Haturea
Labratory.
Security Insurance Co.
OK NEW HAVES.
OFFICK a? CENTER STREET.
CmhAet July 1. 1804, 0MO.oaa.4O,
DllllHTORii;
CVimelfiis riarpoot,
A. C. Wlloos.
Clinn. S. I,cctp,
Jhs. I). Den-ell,
II. MiiMin.
K. G. Modilnrd
w 1, n..,..-
Joel A. Ppcrry,
b. li. Merwln.
i uj. . if 11-1 .
John W. Alllns.
CHAS. 8. Ll'KTIi. II. M A30V.
1'riT.ident, Surretary.
J.D.DKWni.!,, H. C. TVI.LV.H.
. V'loo rn-sMoiit. Aaa't. iieerctary.
)n end
Stocks and Bonds for Sale.
.51 f-hs N. Y.. N. H. 4 II. Itfl. Co.
IE she Southern New F.niflnii'J Telephone.
5 ehs No- York & New ,Ier.ey Tel.
lPshs Boeton Electlo Llcht Co.
100 she Portland Electric Ujfbt.
SOkIis Amcrlenn Ilnnk Noto Co.
30 sits New Haven Water Co.
1(10 bIis Peck Stow A Wlleox Co.
,) ohs Chi. June. A Stock Yanls pref.
SO shs Gmsolliliitc-d Rolling stock.
51. MRwiftft Co. (Wof imo.
52. CV0 Indlnuapnllii Lliflu Co. gold As.
KIMBEHLY, ROOT & DAI.
WE HAVE
A FEW
Standard Lighting Company's
mew Jfrocess
Gasolene Stoves,
Which w shall sellat
10 per utlismiit.
C. P. MERRIMAW,
Ooan evanlnn. ' 154Elm8trt.
XI BETWEEN I
" 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.
Low prices fetch people,
and good goods and fair
treatment keep them com
ing. Our liberal terms of
credit also have helped
many an honest man to
tide over the hard times
and preserve his, self-re
spect. Perhaps we can
help YOU.
BROWN & DURHAM.
Complete Housefurnishers,
7 . and 16 Oraii Street, corner Center,
Closed Friday RfterhOon ii August.
FOR RENT,
SOCIETY hail in Masonic Temple, fur
htshed, andjnnltor service.
nam ihahles wieson, Aftent.
For Sale or Kent,
HOUSE oorner Dwight street and Edge
wood'avenue, suitable for one or two
f amilies 1 good lot.. Price low.
CHAS. D.NICOLL & CO.,
82 Church street, (Benedict Untitling), room IS.
Evenings from T to g.
or
A Good Two-Family House.
R. E. BALDWIN,
dw ' 919 Chapel street.
FARM WANTED,- , .
WITH Stuck and tools, In exchange for
iKiii-lv now two-family house with
modern conveniences, well located and near
borse oars, in this city. ' ' r : r"
nor run particulars, permit i uuuao,
trf.,pIease'0aUoraddi-a'"'' L
firnoftt lflBHrlJ L
781 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn
On Cent Word each Insertion, flv
eenu Word for full Week, Sevan
time.
WANTKD.
SITt'ATIOM hy eoroputt-nt rlrl In rn
ht'iiwwurk 111 i'rivi fttmllr. Iimiui
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WANTKD,
X)OMTIO hr you 11 k man a aaalsiant la
umii-niiltliiy MtMilishment 1 undar.
.Limit Iiiimi,i.u grn.luni Uulted Matal
&'bon F.uibalniiur, AUdrcas li. IVis loo.
aus'f UtraKorJ.Cono.
WANTED.
A ORNTI.EMAN rnddaitgliWr (adult) want
V oomfnriNlilr rooms and board In private
family. Addnix liOAjtO,
ami It Journal and Cornier Onto.
WANTKD,
SITUATION as hmntekw-ppr rr Militant, by
reapvulaltlc woman : rKf-r.'tiP. AllraM
uni! l lyt PETB.vr. thli oillo.
WANTED,
BWROISHeirl fur lecund work; mnstbi
J enmpvtunt. Apply
wit -if ra pa uk yrnrtHT.
WANTKD,
ACOMPETKNT irirl u do uint-ral bona,
wmk. Apply at
JjJlL!!! SJl1 fHAPEkft'tUBCT.
wANrici),
ACOMPCTENT air! to do rookln- In
prlvaiu rumlly ; ruferenue reaulrad.
))VJ.' Apply nt !Smi VHVAt M'REgT.
WANTKD.
nr morlR.iKC, W.i'.i
mra tin nrftt,'l
j1 worm
loiiiiu- aiiii)im: ; si.'.tn IniTeat
wiinliv!,
J u: A, i.'.iiii-Iit Office.
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'tivn A IM.!. S I'KilKT. Bno:n IS.
WAXTI'.D,
FIRST-ri.ASH l,i,tiMli'ilil help, aim Sltua.
tloi:s for Mich. MHp. BABB.
. Jyl" t lasoiurt straet.
WANTED,
Iy two Oermai: glrj. situations : 00a to
1 cook, wukIi an.! iron, tlio other to do
hiiusewiirk. In private famillus in ths oltyj
good roferenoeA.
1 baveotberwtsoa rai it-ty cf excellent help,
BARTHOLOMEW,
51 Oruiiffe street,
Gaurtpfroy's Old Stand.
WANTED.
BEST servants. UvUct needing- help should
rail hero. There Is no other way you can
do as well. We hava been established hera
years, know and supply oil the best. Help for
any kind of work can always be scoured hare.
We use jmltt-ment, carefully selecting only
those that win do the work required. Tine
office, heat raclllttra and largest bmlneas In
New England. EJ1PLO YJ1 ENT AOENOT,
d!7 776 Chapel street.
CLAIRVOYANT.
READINGS on all Private and Iluslnesc
Matters. MEDICAL-Woman's diseases.
Consultation in person or by letter.
MAKY J. WRIGHT, M. D.,
apZBly Office, Tontine Hotel, 14 Church St.
UaI Estate.
FOR SALE,
MANUFACTURING slt-s on East Btreet at
the foot of St. John street, and also
fronting on Mill river, belonging to the Dav.
enport estate. Apply to
CHARLES II. WEBB,
850 Chapel Street.
Closed at fl p.m. Saturday. Open Monday ove'g.
Westville to Have Rapid Transit
BUTLDINO lots on Main, Fountain, Weal
Prospect, Willard, Alden, Harnett, and
other desirable residence streets In WestviUa
for sale at prices ranging from two to ten
centB per square foot.
Now is the time to buy.
1'or particulars call on or address
H. C. PARDEE,
n!3 tf 122 Fountain street, Westvllle.
BUY A BUILDING LOT
Now Wfiil8 Prices Are Low.
CITY LOTS,
SHORE LOTS,
SUBURBAN LOTS.
EDWARD M. CLARK.
131 CHUHCH 8TKEET,
Evenings 7 to 8.
Room 18.
FOR RENT,
JJOUSE on Dixwell avenue, 8 rooms,
modern improvements, 830 per monttb'
MERWIN'S
Seal Estate Office,
Je 759 Chapel street.
FOR SALE,
House and Lot,
78 WILLIAM BTREET
Lot Is 59x112.
Inquire of
S. B. OVIATT,
87 Churoh street.
myStf
FOR RENT,
83 Trumbull street, whole house.
879 Crown street, "
8 Lake Place, "
60 Whalley avenue, " "
M Garden street, first floor.
SOU Exchange St., " "
8 Woolsey street, '
JOHN C.PUNDERFORD.
. U6 Church Street.
1 1 w .Jk-'-rl ' 1 1
Lot ii the Center
OP
West Haven,
$10 per foot.
No Mistake Will Yon Male
YOU who are looking for a Building Lot 00
which to build for a home.
INVESTIGATE
' Th Building Lot botmdet kr
Orange,' Edwards, Livingston
and Canner Streets
THEY ABB
Th8 Cheapest for the Mcqf,
. Tho Most Desirable,
(And, More Important Than AQJ
The Healthiest Location
In the olty of Now Haven,
(Statistic will baaf
out
this stiitemeuU For sal by
BEECH EXCHANGE,
' Eoom No, S, Lyon Buildlnax .a
Hi . 769 Chapel fttreat.
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