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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND. COURIER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 1894.
IfiB&foilrf IF EVERY LADY 1 Mapo io nnrfurri nr x iir.iri aii liilii uutiui f uu - - a i quainted with the value of these offers as we are, td-day's housework would suffer. Real Madras satin stripe Drapery, 50 Inch width, reduced from $1.00 to 57c. A few Dark Calico House Wrappers that were $1.00 will close them out at 50c. Children's fine Gingham Dresses, 1 to i year sizes, reduced from $1.50 and $1.9$ to 81c. Taffeta Silk Gloves that were 25c sell very fast at 19c now. The. winding. ai p of. Sum- . mer season in Infants' and Children's Wear attracting more buyers daily. We expect to Ktartio tlie tijwn on Shirt Waist question In n day or two. Watch advs. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. I0AL. I 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 Fostofflce, 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. SEASONABLE GOODS. During the hot weather yon want something refreshing to drink, : We suggest you Visit oiir store and select a bottle of Meyer, Bane Mfg. Co. liemonade Raspberry, Claret, Orange o '. j , Pineapple flavored, v Rose's Lime Juice, Unfermented Grape Juice, Mauitou Spring Water , and Ginger Champagne, - Horaford's Acid Phosphate, Lactart, Korp's Cheer) Henderson' Wild Cherry, Rex Lemonade, Williams' Root Boer Extraot, Knapp's Root Beer Extract, ' " None-Such Root Beer Extract, etc. ' , SPECIAL Curtice Bros.' Chicken Soup, one quart can 15 coot BOSTON GROCERY, N. A. FULLERTON, Prop'r, 926 Chapel Street, corner of Temple Branch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street The Prices are Low, , Fine Mattings. , Ytf Bid it ever occur to you that a good Halting is the cheapest to buy? Ours-: ai;Telicprlce and extra good in quality. ' w . NEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO., CARPETINGS AND DRAPERtES, : V 68, 70 and 72 CLOSED SATURDAYS AT 18 M. ; SPECIAL bESlGNS? f ; And Hangings for Cotteg Draperies. Silks, Bufilins, Oriental Bugs, Kats, Window Sniides, Table andHud Cotcti, Flow pilcloths, . 1'.,,?.. -V- ,...(. I. ' i , i. !' if.,- ;.' '- . V"'- V-' j& "UEBOnCOBAHEB , UtB, r 81.00 PER DOZSH. $9iMWR bozos. W art ol agent for their Vale-In New Haven. Maae from the Beet German Hope and Canada Malt. We offer for Mile Beer that are Bottled at the Brewerlea No Other. It l a guarantee RiDt mixed beer. Our Beer are put up at the brewer let In clean, white fllut bottle. It can le eeu that the Beer are al wrty clear and brilliant, while In black bottle you cannot detect the muddy appearance THir orri Hkvn. 8huu the black bottle dragged out of asli barrel and compost heaps by junk deulor and rug plotters, and sold at a low price to dealer who have them fljled at somo out-of-the-way place to compete with legitimately bottled beer bottled at the breweries). Every housekeeper will concede that an accumulation of bottle 1 a nuisance. Every one of tho bottle sent out by us returned at ame price charged for them they are takep out of your woy. We are now bottling California Claret in (jt mid pts. In ft carload of wines from California wo have Jut received 10 nask and now offer it at the ex tremely low price of $2.50 for Ono Doxon Quarts. $1.75 for Ono Dozen Pinto. CALIFORNIA BURGUNDY, Heavy, rich and ttrongor. $l$.5 for One Doxen Quarts, $2.25 for One Dozen Pint. Bottled by us, at our place of business, care Is token that It be clear, and bottled quickly lu ordur that It shall not beoome pricked or sour. All quart bottles received and tt cents per docen given (or them. Stale and Court Streets. THE Cor. Church and Elm Streets, OFFER Spring LambChoice. Beef and Mutton. Spring Broiler, Duckling. Chicken, Squab. Sweetbreads and Calf Liver. Also Fresh Native Vegetables In full variety, and a full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Branch store at Woodmont, containing a full line of the above goods. Telephone, call SOU, 4 . I. Mi Co. igVjViV ' The Assortment Large. Orange Street DURING JTJI.Y ASH AfjgtjBT. MINIATURE ALMANAC. AUGUST. AtiN Itmu, bum Sart, Moon Bsts, 1I:U Hra WAtaa. lit DKATHS. HOTCHKI8H In thta city. Aofu'- Mury UvfortM, wit. of IviJ T, HutcnKiH, ud dubtvr of toe Ute Wllliaui C. De Korest. Niittoe of funrrtl servloe hereafter, t MAltl.B LIST." PORT OF NEW HAVK!f. wHV ABBIVKD. feh Irene, Mlntr, N. Y Iron. Hch 8. U Mirrltl. Mnrtln, N. V, Iron. Kva Dovurrit, llrry, HlilU, anal to railroad. 8oh Ave.tHr.) Uriinow. Ht. Juhu. K. B.. lum ber to V. H. Huuuil. FOR It KM' CHEAP. SIX room on second noor, all aiodorn Ira oroveinont. in iif v rAsms vi wr.r.r. MAN AXI WIFE tT ANT bmiae or Hat, nlo looatloa, all lm TV provoments. u 11 THK OPPORTUNITY OP a tlfetlmsfopurcnsseapleoeof prop erty. Inquire of stiv 7b lit itiut,"uii ittmua. LOST. (1 OLD S shaped wxilety pin with blue stir T attached. uoonu i frewsrd.tt returned to Pnlladlum olBoe. euon SUMMER TOURISTS riLL And antique roods all kinds, auH ?t MALLOKrs. M Orange. FOR SALE, A NUMBER of rood sound drlvtnr and JY buslnvs horaoa: also two good saddle bore. Inquire at stable rmr of "Commeroe street, or 147 CHURCH STREET. sul tf Boom t. FOR SALE, COIUOTNQ top bnnry. nrst-class maker; chcup. jyft) tf BOX 8M. FOR SALE. B LACK walnut marble top altar, pedestals, Dlatforma. ofllocrs' and mom hers' chairs oomplpf out dt suitable for sootetv use. Apply )ySU tt TS! UIIAr lili SUPERFLUOUS HAIH PKHMANKNTIiV removed by oleotrleneo die; nerfeot snocess warranted. For further poraeulars address Jyluatt P.O. BOX 1 FOR SALE. - -LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! THIS Is the week to eat hlueflsh when you can buy them for six oenta a pound. Sea trout and tlarflsh for live eente a pound, at tbe old Grand Avenue Fish Boat all this week. auBW District of Now Haven, ss. Probate Court.) Aumidl 8th. lefll. f TESTATE of MART B. FENN., lateot Orange, in arid district, dflceiuml. The Court of Probate for tbe dlstrlot of New Haven hath limited and allowed six mouths from tbe date hereof for tbe creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present tbetr accounts. properly attested, within saia time will ne ae- Darrea a recovery, au peiBimn in pe: said estate are requested to lested to make 11 make Jmmediato payment to au9 2dlw SHELDON J. ALLINO LLL1NO, Executor. Probate Court, Dlstrlot of New Haven, ss. August 8th. 18B4. f ESTATE of CATHARINE J. FLANAGAN, late of Now Haven, In said district, de ceased. ' Upon application of Charles Flanagan, pray ing that tetters of administration may be granted upon the estate of said deceased, as per application on file more fully appears, It is ORDERED That said application be heard and determined at a Probate Court to be held at New Havr n, in said district, on the 1Mb day of August, A. D. 18M, at 10 o'clock In the fore noon, and that notice bo given of,, the pend ency of said application and the time and place of hearing thereon, by publishing the same three times in some newspaper having a circulation in said district. A. HEATON ROBBBTSON, au98t Judge of said Court. "Perfect llanM How to Attala It." A Wonderful New Medical Book,wrlttea for Men Only. Or, oopy may he tad iter on application. . ERIE MEDICAL CO. NUSlBABqiUBB, ' . BUFFALO, N. V. Special Inducements. All our LADIES TAN OXFORDS, sold allthe eas9n fprI,50, tlM, ti.p and 92.t0, closing at one price) $ll39- Those Ladles' RUSSIA CALS LACE 8HOES that we are selllag "at ' ' $1.48 Are creating quite aenatiottj prio AU godMharked down to v rtriotljr . i .'CASH PBIC&, ; - ; A. B. GRBEWOOi), 773 CHAPEL STREET .1 Store closed Evenings, exowpt afondar Can and see -tRItn .PHOTOO&APK8 OF is fast. Crumbling away. JMicr coxDiTJO.r or arose riEM ATTOMLIXMOX Bit I DDK. Demand IramadUt Attention Has Baea ' Keadeivd Vasal Action of Wavas-A Xsw HrllgOaeortheiuwlbllltlsortb Near Futur. The dilapidated condition of the atone pier under the old wooden part of the Tomllnaon drawbrldgo must oon be taktn Mrioua notice of by the board of public work. The matter wn reported to the board some time ago, but a It appropriation wa fast beliiK rnten up by other Improvement and a the pier would probably etand for some month, no' effort was made to repair the fast- crumbling structure, although tt wa voted so to do. The pier waa constructed miiny years ago of large, uneven stone. Of late year the work of the wave caused by passing. tugboats and other craft ha been such as to wear out from between the stone the mortar which hold them In place. The present appearance of the pier strike one a being very dan gerous. That It will collapse some time there I no doubt. City Engineer Kelly has made a per sonal Investigation of the pier. lie I of the opinion that It must surely col lapse sooner or later, and when It does the city should be ready to build an other stronger pier In Its place. Mr. Kelly stated that even if the old pier collapsed the bridge would be safe for a time at least. Light tnillle could be allowed over It, but a strict watch would have to be kept until the old pier was replaced by a new one. It is the Intention of the board of pub lic works to put in place of the old pier when they can afford It a "rip-rap" pier, so-called by engineers. It Is a big structure, considerably larger than or dinary river bridge piers. It Is said that the harbor commissioners will not allow. If they can prevent It. .the con struction of such:a pkr on the ground that it will take up too much room. It Is believed by many that the har bor commissioner are quietly using their influence with the town and city for the construction of a new bridge. Almost everybody that has traffic over or traffic under the bridge says that Its accommodations are Inadequate and unsafe. Last December Mayor Sargent asked the common council for an ap propriation of $4,600 for the repairing and construction of bridges. The com mon council found that It was not with in its power to make such an appropri ation and referred the mayor to the legislature. Tbe bridge has not been considered so safe since the Sunshine struck It and knocked two stones out of the pier In question. The bridge was strained so that between the draws when closed there was a gap of eight Inches. ! . , Another ' step sras: made yesterday towards getting South Orchard street into shape for tije borough to accept and work. iH. P. Hall owns a piece of property on the thoroughfare 50x138 feet, which the borough has heen trying a long time to secure and iyhtch has been a stumbling block in te way of opening. ' " The board of burgesses decided to Iet'the garden bring about a settlement some,, way and in, .accordance with that i th question-as to "what the bor ough sHoutd payot to? -John Blllard of Meriden as arbitrator who, after re ceiving the land yesterday, decided that the; borough should pay Hall $350. The matter will have 'to be submitted to the board of burgesses for confirmation. The Housatonlc Manufacturing com pany's works were closed all day yes terday because of the absence out of town of the superintendent, E. A. Rus sell. Mrs. Samuel Hopkins of Toledo, O., IS the guest of her mother. The Rev. C. H. Dickinson, a former pastor here, will occupy the pulpit at the Congregational church Sunday. Thomas Doherty is clerking for Thomas F. Wrinn. A number of the local advents are attending the camp meeting held in Springfield, Mass., thta week. Druggist Marx and H, L. Hlrons leave Saturday to eitfoy a "dip" at Atlantic City for a couple of weeks. The engagement Is .announced of Miss Emma Treat, daughter o Warden Treat, and the Rev. J. Chauncey Lins ley, whose pastorate Includes Woodbury and Bethany. Miss Ethel Culver, Who has been stop ping at A. B. Pixley's, has returned hopie tq Great Barrington, Mass. v"ork ,was begun yesterday on the electrio car house on Postmaster Jones' lot pn Center street, east of the bridge. The burlding Is to be completed inside of ten days. Editor Abrams of the Greenwich News will meet with the directors of the Times company next week to con sider the question of purchasing the Times plant. The non-commissioned - officers of Company K will meet this evening In the Vsohool of Instruction," 'The funeral of W. E. Andrews' little babe was attended by the Rev. Henry Stone, the burial being in the In Me moriam cemetery. Dwlght Hall has received his (157.50 from the government to reimburse him for the amount of taxes paid on cigars that were destroyed by Are some twen tyflve years ago. . - The National band will give these election for the concert uptown, this evening; Brooktoiiian March ....... '. Laiierdan General Flower Polka T.holllnson Cornet Solo .jr. Worrell Selections from Montana Wallace SoUf and Dance "Dear One Far Away,", v.i'. ..vv! . :.. ...Oady Seleotlon from ' Wang!"-.....r-....i.w,W):Moree Eighth Andante and Waltz...,,..,... E. Bever National Song. ....M. Keller, !!'', i PERSOSAL NOTSS. ,. Hew Haven People and. Their ' Summer V-' " " Outing and Visitors. ' f , Mrs. Dr. Cummlngs' has just re turned from a two weeks' trip to Wor cester, Mass. , ' MU Annie Leary of" Bridgeport, daughter of Mr. Leary, , who superin tended, the building of Winchester hall, SReffiekl- school, to payta a visit to lt:vam Mr; John Hopkirr and family AfttdWrdaslreef. I Dobson of San. Francisco, Cnl and John Voo and wife of Bayonne City, N. J are ueu of Patrolman John Stanford. Frederick M. Roblnon, bookkkeeper t M. Stelnert Co.' store, w at Nantucket for a fw week. II I In poor health, but 1 Improving. Chief Kennedy of the fire department will leave this morning to attend the national convention of fire engineer at Montreal, Can. The chief will be accompanied by his wife and Fire CommlMloner Casarlcgo and McDon ald. James Long of Ferry treet, hi son William, and his niece, Ml Mary Power, sailed for Ireland yesterday on the Majestic. It Is the first time Mr. Long has had a vacation In over forty years. He has been In this coun try forty-two years, and for the princi pal part of the time he has been In tho employ of. the Consolidated road. He has been for several years gate tender at the Grand avenue railroad crossing. The party will be abient lx Miss Kittle Marty, Miss Edith Konold, Miss M, Hatch and Miss Mamie English are spending a two weeks' vacation in Litchfield. Dr. A. Wlnslow Lelghtnn 1 spending his vacation at liar Harbor. Charles A. Lelshman is at Saratoga Springs. Captain James L. Ferris and family of New Mil ford are In the city. Dr. R. A. McDowell has returned from a vacation spent at Newburgh, N. Y. Mrs. F. W. Baldwin and her sister, Miss J. Maud Tlsdale, arc summering at Lakevllle. Rev. Charles P. Masden of the First Methodist church and his family leave Friday for a vacation trip. Next Hun day Rev. Melville H. Chapman, a for mer pastor of the church, will prench. Dr. A. B. Smith and his daughter, Mrs. J. O. Munson, have returned from a trip which Included the White Moun tains, the St. Lawrence and Sagueney rivers, the Adirondack and Saratoga. General Secretary Daniel Colwell of the Knights of Columbus will go to Portland, Me., to-day to Institute a new council In that city. Antiquity of Wire. The manufacture of wire Is of very ancient origin. It has been traced back to the early Egyptian history. Specimens are In existence which can be proved to date to 1700 B. C. The Kensington Museum has a specimen which was made in Minera, 800 years B. C. Ancient literature contains much reference to wire. There is no question that this ancient wire was made by hammering out the metal, which was always bronze or of the precious group. This held true of all made previous to the fourteenth century, during which the process of forrhftg wire by drawing or elongating the metal by forcing it through a conical orifice, made in some substance harder than the metal treat ed, waa invented. It Is not until this time that we have any evidence of iron being used. At first this drawing was by hand power, and it continued so until the latter half .of the century, when a German named Rudolph, built some kind of a power mill In Nurem berg. About 1500 this industry was in troduced in France by one Richard Archal. A half century later Queen Elizabeth of England granted permis sion to. some Saxons to establish power wire and drawing in her: domains. Their first mill "was driven' by water power, and was located at Holywell. But for some time before this hand drawn wire had been made In England. Pre-A mer loan Ideas seemed to have be longed to the business, as In 1630 Charles I.,' by royal proclamation, pro hibited further importation of wire, be cause the home supply was sufficient both in quantity and In quality. This must have g),ven some encouragement to the "Infant Industry," as we are told that thirty-three years later the first really mechanical wire mill was built In Englrfnd, at Sheen. Protected in ventive genius had asserted itself. Ger many had been the first to develop power drawing, and did not remain Idle. In fact, that country, Belgium and England have practically been the only European, nations in which tho wire Industry has flourished. For year after the. introduction into this country we depsnde.i upon thorn for our main supply, of both billets and rods. K. W. Hunt, in Cassier's Maga zine. STREETS WHEAT I HE. The best Summer Breakfast Food. Do you use it? . 074 State stneV Hear Edwards. The BestQualiry of Tea and Coffee to Our Specialty. New customers eDree their delight with t,A mtfllltv Of Mir nida anrt mrm fflftd tfl ftnd I f a- P Ij PS tea store tbey can have, oonl How to Obtain a Fair Complexion by t Natural Mean. The natural Carlsbad Sprudel Salt clears the complexion and purifies the blood. It is easily soluble, pleasant to take and per manent in action. Best taken when plenty of out-door exercise can be had. The genuine pro duct of the Carlsbad Springs has the signature of " Eisner & Men DF.I.WN Co., New York," on ev ery bottle. Security Insurance Co. 01' NEW HAVEN. OrriCE 8T CENTER STRKET. Casta Asset July 1, 104, 3110,093.40. blRCCTOMS: Chas. S. fet, Comollus P'.erpont, Jus. U. Dewell, A. C. Wilcox, H. Mason. Joel A. Sperry, E. O, Stoddard, S. E. Miirwln, Win, K, Tyler. John W. Ailing. CHAS. 9. LKETK, H. MASON, Preitldont. Herretarr. J.D.DRWEM,, H.C.FULLEU, v ice rrcHiucut. ass t. secretary. Jal end WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTO UN E Y-AT-LA W, Solicitor of 11. S. and Foreign Patents Counsel in Patent Causes. Orncu: NEW HAVEN. CONN., 70 Church Street, Room S and 4, (Monday, Tuesday awl Wednesday.) Srill-NGFIKUl, MA8S., 317 Main Street. (Thnrsdny, Friday and Saturday.) VAut veers' CTnertoncoas'Eji&mtner In U.S. Piitcnt. Ofllce. lleforonues to New Enirlaud patents furnished. THEODORE KEILER, Ag-t, UNDERTAKER, 162 ORANGE STREET, (Near Court street.) Telephone No. 8ST-3. A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut, tho (rreat Natural Bono Setter. Has been used for more than SO years and is the best known remedy for Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Cuts, Wounds and all external Injuries. C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor, Sole Agent. Snid by people In the horse oars, In carriages, in hotel corridors, in private dwellings, at the shore, in the country, In the city and Oi k lit That of all the many good places In this city to buy Furniture, Carpets, Stoves, Refrigerators, Baby Carriages, or anything ele needed for housekeeping, tho very best place, the one you hear spoken of as such Is our (tore, on the corner of Orange and Center streets. When will you learn how much wo can help you 'I BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnishers, . Closed Friday afternoons in August. Open Monday and Saturday evening. FOR KENT, F IVE rooms, lower floor. ail3tf w WHAIjIjEY AVENUB. FOB RENT, TWO desirable rooms, with first-class table board ; prices moderate. au4Tt 159 BRADLEY STREET. FOR RENT, FLAT of 10 rooms. Orange street, n ear Elm; ready for oocupaacy about Sept. 1. Enquire of J.C.BRADLEY, auS7t 798 Chapel street. FOR RENT, r 1 1 n u ifwu swrra uii vaumi Buon; vuu ire X made Into one if desired. Call on or address t. V. LUM, . mbzutr S7 Center street. FORSAIE, TN Lake Plaoe, two now brick houses, mod. 1 em Improvements, 13 rooms: also build ing lots. J. D. PLUNKETT, ap!4 tf 49 CTwrehstreet, Room 8. FOR RENT, hall in Maaonlo Temple, fur nished, and janitor service. 17 Cm . , CHARLES WIESON, Agent. . . FOR RENT, FOUR five-room flats, with bath rooms, steam heat and all improvements ; loca tion central. Flats entirely separate from each other. Small family preferred, and rent reasonable. Enquire JOHN HOG AN, 188 Columbus avenue. au7tf eorner T 'tierty street. For Sals or nip, A Good Two-Family House. R. E. BALDWIN, dw 818 Chapel street. FARM WANTEQ, 1 to It Every Day WITH stook and tools, in erohang f or a nearly new two-family house- with modern conveniences, well located unfl near horse oars, in tills city. For full particulars, permit to so hou etc., please call or address , v GEORGE A. ISBELL,: . . : ST Chspel street, ff w ftT, Oooo - .WLttnts. One Cent a Word each Insertion, At rents Word tor full Week, evea time. WANTKl, LAPVsrliool toucher; country . Addreaa ii'.tt 1I()X 114. Fair Hsven. WAKTKn. SITUATION as conk or reneral hnnsewortc, nlt 1H WALLACE KTKBK'C WANTED. SITUATION by a competent ffrl to do gen eral housework. Inquire aim it' BEACH STUEET. WANTED. A COMPETENT girl for general home, work. Gill at anSltt 118 ORCHARD BTBEBT. WANTED. ON first mortitUKf, 4,tO0 dollar on prop arty worth double amount. nu at J., courier twice- WANTED. TJOSITION hv younir man s assistant In undertaking ontmhllsbinettt i iindftr stunds hulue; graduate United Htate Srhool Embalming, Address D. Box 100, am it- Btrsuora, uoun. WANTED. A FIRST-CLASS tool maker may obtain Munition for summer si a low prio. jyaotf TM CHAPEL WTHEET, Room 18. WANTED, FIRST-CLAPS household help, also (ttua turns for such. MRS. BAHU, Jyl t 128 Court street. WANTKI1. PflVERVnODY needlngservnntatocall hero, J We supply all the best. We have sorted out and dlnvarded moat of the uaelesa claaa. These serk new offices (where they are no known), which are springing up constantly. We have been here years and use Judgment, selecting only those that will do the work ra quired. We have tho llneot facilities and oA servo you better than anvone else. aj . .1 lit i jvanj a , au8 Tib Chapel street.. WANTED, A SITUATION for an experienced oook J.. and housework girl ; she is Just the ono for a nice private family. Tnu boat help furnished for olty or country, BARTHOLOMEW, 51 Orange street, Gaudefroy's Old Bund. pliscclUtieons. CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on all Private and Business Matters. MEDICAL-Woman' disease consultation in person or by letter. MARY J. WRIGHT, M. D ap281y Ofllce, Tontine Hotel, 148 Chttroh . $eal getate. FOR RENT, 1488 Chapel street, whole house and barn. 134 Howe street, whole house. 82 Trumbull street, whole house. 80 Whalley avenue, " " B Ward street, second floor. 201 Exchange Btreet , first and second flooffc 8 Woolsey street), first floor. JOHN C.PUNDERFORD, 118 Church Btreet. Westville to Have Rapid Transit BUILDING lots on Main, Fountain, We) Prospect, WUlard, Alden, Burnett, an4 other desirable residence streets in Westvlll. for sale at prices ranging from two to tea cents per square foot. Now Is the time to buy. For particulars call on or address H. C. PARDEE, n!2 tf 128 Fountain street. WestvlUo, BUY A BUILDING LOT Now While Prices Are Low. CITY LOTS, SHORE LOTS, SUBURBAN LOT8. EDWARD M. CLARK, 121 CHURCH STREET, Evenings T to 8. Room ,18. FOR RENT, JJOUSE on Dixwell avenue, room, modern improvements, 20 per montlkt MERWIN'S Real Estate Offtoe, Je2 750 Chapel street. FOR SALE, House and Lot, 78 WILLIAM STREET, " Lot is 58x112. Inquire of S. B. OVIATT, myStf 87 Churoh street. . WILL BE REMODELED. THE property No. 17 Orange street; lot 88a 134; will be altered for business purpose) or otherwise to suit lessee, and a longlea, given. CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Closed at 8 p.m. Saturday. Open Monday evo WINTHROP AVENUE. FINE building lot: owner anxious to aell at once and will let It go at a low prio. CHAS. D.NICOLL& CO., 82 Churoh street, (Benedict Building), room Evenings from 7 to 8. MS Lot in the Center OS West Haven, $10 per foot. No Mistake Will Yon Mb YOU who are looking for a Building Lot O) which to build for a home. INVESTIGATE The Building Lot bounded by Orange u Edwardt. LmrWrton and Cahner Street THfeY ABB The Chspsst for tin Ksaj, Tfca fc3t Desirable, (And, Mors Important Than AQJ Tits WKat Loafea In the olty of New Haven. (Stattetio will beat . out this ttatttnuU for sale by BEECHKV8 EXCHANGE, . BooatJIo.a.LcrM'BalldU. 3 - 769 CMpftttrwfft 1 : '. J ....... . i t Cl: :rr.94 Chanel iStreetiirft&lA thk wuku) ana wuaiit wim id see, A.paxosiL 'i ; '-'u. Jr . . A .V'V.V'Vv.- ,'".V'iV3V