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BEAD
THESE PRICES,
Then Get Your Hat
and Start.
BED SHEETS.
Full si, it by 2, mndo of good
OUIUW, 420.
TOWELING.
Bpcolal in Toweling at So, worth
bo. umjr nve pieces.
Women' font block Hosiery, full
fashioned, com moil une, seamless
. and weur-roslKlug, 13o,
itood assortment, at reduced prices
a follows t ibis twits now tOo, SUo
belt uow 37o, CMS belti at 60o.
NEWLWNS.
Jaconet Lawn Jtut opened, 12Jo.
Now Fall Prints, as handsome as
silk, at 7c.
New Fall Qiugbams at Oo a yard.
Spring DRESS PATTERNS.
All our choice Novelty Wool Dress
l'attorna reduced to uniform price,
0.50 j former prices from 12. 00 to
(20.00.
CHINA SILKS. :
Still a choice of tnose benutlful
1.00 Fancy China Silks at 48c a
yard. Act quick on this Item.
MEN'S SUSPENDERS.
Slightly shopworm j will close them'
out dt 25o. Reduced from GOo.
FALL COATS,
Many bargains are being offered in
early Fall weight Ladles' Coats. We
start at 1.98, and 44.08 buys a
corker-one that sold for three
times as much,
"7$2 tor 368 CMfel Street.
KOAL
I am now delivering Koal in
cellar airect trom wagon. Avoid all
' c' " "dirt and buy of - ;
W. F. GILBERT,
65 Church Street, opposite Postofflce, 89 to 91 Rftilroad Avenue.
1 tytytyty1 'tsV'ryV ;'
. .
SEASONABLE GOODS,
During the hot Weather you; want something refreshing to dxlnlU !
We suggest you visit our store and select a bottle of j
Meyer, Bane Mfg. Co. Lemonade Raspberry, Claret, Orange or
Pineapple flavored, r ,
Rose's Lime Juice, Unfermented Grape Juloe, r .''" '
Manitou Spring Water and Ginger Champagne,'. '
Horsford's Add Phosphate, Laotart, Korp's Cheer, '
Henderson's Wild Cherry, Rex Lemonade, . - '
... .Williams' Root Beer Extract; ",
Knnpp's Root Beer Extract,'. , " . 'V'
Kone-Such Root Beer Extraot, etc , , . '
BPEOIAIr-Curtice Bros,' Chicken Soup, one quart oans IS oents,
BOSTON GROCERY. ; "
N. A. FULLERTON, Prop'r,
926 Chapel Street, corner of Temple.
Branch Store and Market, 1 23 1 Chapel street
The Prices are Low.
b me Mattings.
Hid If avat np,Mii tn vnn
1 IA I: ?,
wrcairoai w muj vuis
ana exira goou in quiiuiy, r:--..,.,r?: 5v fi
HEW HAVEH WINDOW SHADE CO.,
CARPETINGS AND
. ;.:68,7Od2iOigti! ;0
. . C l .... I. - -
CLOSED 8ATTJRDAYP AT 12 M. DURING JULY AkP -ATOP6T.
SPECIAL DESIGNS
And Hangings forCottogeDrajheriesV
Bats, Window States, Table and
TIE ItHB DEAPEErOOu
1 U ft imt . . t-.,- ' ' - ' a.
ii
cooper dot.
We ar sole agent for their
sola In w Haven. Made
from the Bet Herman Hons
' : and Canada Malt.
'"' We offer for tale Bears that are
Bottled at the Breweries-No Other.
It is a guarantee against mixed beer.
Our Beers are put up at the brewer
ies in dean, White niut Dottles.
It van be seen that the. Beers are al
ways clear and brUllaiit, while in black
bottles you oannot detect the muddy
appearaiioe'THir orrxa ha vs.
Shun the blaok bottle dragged out of
ash barrels and ooinpost heaps by Junk
dealers and rag pickers, and sold at a
low price to dealers who have thorn
filled at some out-of-the-way place to
compote with legitimately bottled beer
(bottled at the breweries).
Every housekeeper will concede that
an accumulation of bottles Is a nuisance.
Every one of the bottles sunt out by us
returned at same price charged for
them they are taken out of your way.
- We are now bottling California Claret'
in qts and pts. in a carload of winos
from California we have Just received
10 casks and now offer it at the ex
tremely low price of
9X.no for One Dozen Quarts,
$1.75 for One Dozen Pint.
CALIFORNIA BURGUNDY,
Heavy, rich and stronger.
$3.50 for One Dozen Quarts.
$2.25 for One Dozen Pints.
Bottled by us. tt our plaoa of business, oare
iBiuKcn main d cioar, ana Doiuea quickly
In order that It shall not become pricked or
our. All quart bottles received and 2 cents
jjw uuaeu a mr mew.
State aad Court Streets.
THE
Cor. Church and Elm Streets.
' OFFER i
Spring Lamb--Choicd.
Beef and Mutton.
Spring Broilers, Ducklings.
Chickens, Squabs.
. Sweetbreads and Calf's Ltyer.
Also Fresh Native Vegetablts
In full variety, and a full line of
Fancy and Staple Groceries.
Branch store at Woodroont, containing
n iuii ime ui luw apove goocut,
Telephone ceil M0,
bags and carried info the
t . jr
The Assortment large.
fhnf n irtvui WatttW. f -
8WM n vUK I
aiv tcrjr VUUttp la-pTlCe
DRAPERIES,
J:.'
i.'-
; 'rl
Silks, '
Stand CflTers. TlMr OflclotJiS.
a .' , I
W . ,.
0.
MW HAVEN MORNING
MIXlATtTRK ALMAXAC.
Auourr la.
dual
Moon Kits.
l:3t
Him WAttm.
I it! gSTS,
DEATHS.
A"
g
tlltt
ch
Intra,
olpb
swell avmue.
Funeral on TutauUv at. i
ft i
KIMHAI.L-fcotM Into feat on Aurfult JKh
OX '
Joseph
I'alock tt
me. Hel-
lt
ib,
Biirtil
tt eorenlence of th nun
hTlaWli-ln Fair Have I
, AufiiM tith,
II years, I monuia,
Funeral aervlnaa will ktkaUtrMi
vnme wnrotllnal church O
AiiKM.1 mo, at t o'oiook p, m.,
and friends are r.poetfully Invli
itna who ut runner notice. ,
MAKINK LIST. -'!'
fORTOr NBWHAYIW.;
Aaaivao.
(Ml Rnvar Vnum r atiatla.
ft'h K, H. lwls,IiwlfcN,y.jM-uk, '
Bun RiMnl Tt u m tiM w.k-- . Hmu
News, onai to railroad?
8es Jsmaa Davldtnn Nankin. NhrMk. anal
ecu Sarah B. Buckley, N. T.
CtlARCD.
Sok Irene, Mlntv, N. Y.
SSiW-WMhlLoiJi.If.T. '
Nt h I'bdlx. Canton, do.
Bob Hoa-tr Drury, Sweet , , '
WASHINGTON - -
COVVRNIR eupa.wuoers,etoktMllAry's
Q OldCiirtoiilty ghop. suMTt
"BY OUR WARES"
AND our price ahall ye know us. This
wer k DO feet hnaa. lnnlmlln rl. nnaaln.
uuui iinin, shj., au.ou. '
suia is IT biygLBY. MOOT CO.
"FAIR. FAT AND FlftTY .
T8 s mm of over-stock. We have a tarsrer
X itock of hummock, than wa aad and in
uuierramra to unload bv tb anti-fat eroows
w. iww uriwi, wunivncini ai Dl
'NOV 18 THH TIMK" r
rpHAT a dollar Invented In bsrdware or
m. minca win ao rartnur uian at. tht nrvt
out date la the blstorr of the country.
"30 INCH HIGH"
HARDWOOD adjuttsble wlBdow sereens,
few loft, at 26 w-nts. .
anw id 17 lilWaLBr. BOOT a CO,
'LKK IS A CHECKER BOARD"
ND the moves we make decide whether
ii weanaii da rton or nan. Hnvin ,nH
wiiin na-ns are hi ois; anas or Dusiness.
nunnniiin putes luounw: water niters sects.
an in ion mnaijKH. wi cu
fDu Your Feet TroaWa Yoi?
ITEAR Profesnr BHOOK'8
EI.BnTin
Aluminium Fibre Insoles. -
Rllnvf and ouraa TmAkt P anit tth..
I mono juiu. new luraomce, snnroaawsy,
; Price onr dollXk 7
SU13 W SHOOK SMMSN,
Said by people in the horse oars,
in carriages, In hotel corridors,
hj private dwellings, at, the shore,
In the country, in the btty and
t
That of all the many good places
In this city to buy Furniture,
Carpets, Stoves, Ref r)$eratorg,
. Baby Carriages, or anything else
needed for housekeeping, the
very best place, the one you hear
poken of as such - - :
Is our store, on the oorner of
Oranfre And Center streets.
When will ypu learn h6tr t4uh ire
can help you ? r ;;. . .
BROWN & OURMAM.)
Complete HousefurniiKtrs,
Cloied Friday afternoon in August,
Open Monday and Saturday evenings.
All our LADIES' TAK OXFORDS.
jold aU the setabn for 11.50, ll.W, ("00
and mo, blcelng at one pricey
$1-39,
Those' Ladfe' ' RUSSIA CAiP MCJD
8HOE8 that wo are seUiag ii-pt i
41.48
Are creating .Quite a sanation iprioe
.. wa i3.to. ..' ;,::.; ;
Allgo)dmLrltd)WBtOawtric3tiy ; i
A. E u&0OO::
773 CHAPEL 8Tntrr,Jv !
fltor oloeireitUgt, ii&litmtLkr
y..,. LL T
(Wlariaa, SB wmmm mm,tym
va.pal, . . "I
BtAHtLKY-At tons Hill, On
kHb, Miaa IViaotU ttaaxdaloy, age
tltfbt tears. .
VHlKln this city, Ann 1.
ul US yrara and III months, vtf
I7."'!".n "wmu, widow
n. nimwil,
runsrtl Tuesday at knlf -pat two
hw late rMliln, lit Waallay avm
urn ana rrtMMS invttel to Stl.ue.
11
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151
JOURNAL 'AND COURIEB,
Tai Coltostos Tatue's haaort M ka lha la-
esreaiiaa reawreerTa.MiahfslleaMat
The meeting Of the board of council
men thla evening promises to be more
than usually Interesting and will prob
ably prove to be one of the moat im
portant isasions of the year. In addl
tlon to the routine business, and there
Is a larger amount than ueual of that
on hand to be disposed of, the council
mn will take some decided action
on the question' of lha collection of un
paid back tax and It Is over thla.
It Ii expected, that the principle discus
sion of the evening will arise.
Tax collector Tuttle, in response to
uumeroua request from the board of
counciimen has Anally postponed hi
report showlnr the amount of Usee
unpaid and due the city and It will
he presented to the counciimen for ao
tlon tonight. The report show ad beck
taxes unpaid up to January l, 1891. and
represents many thousand of dollar.
The court of common council I exceed
ingly anxious to have these taxe col
lected, ho that the money can be Used
for. many new Improvement now In
contemplation and It Is expected that
at tonight' meeting some step will be
devised looking to the Immediate col
lection Of the taxes.
rtMt 4NKVAL CHU1SK.
Naval Mllltla Off Thla Krenln(.Atlant
ArrUas ait ike Braakwahw-f h IVMk'l
Program, 1 ' ' ' ' " ,
Th member of the MM division,
naval mllltla, C, N. O.. will meet at their
quarter in the armory this morning at
7:80 and march from there to Belle
dock, where they will embark on Cap
tain Foster1 teamer, the Messenger,
which will transport them to the At
lanta,' which I lying down near the
breakwater., feery man In the division
Will be"' provided, with a canvas ham
mock,, mattre. ,and blanket. Before
this part of the, equipment leave the
armory It must be done, up and lashed
in a particular fashion. Besides the
ed gear each sailor Ii to be provided
with mea gear, consisting of a tin plate,
oup and fork, knife and epoon. Besides
,the article and utensil mentioned the
member are all provided with what Is
known In allor, parlance a a dunnage
bag. Thl 1 nothing more or lees than
a round canva bag about three feet
long and capable of holding a great
quantity of stuff, into these dunnage
bags the tar. Jam their clothes and
other thing. ,r' ,
The Work of militiamen on Ward the
cruiser will , b precisely the same a
tne regulars. The enlisted men will be
ranked a able-bodied seamen until
thy .-ere; Seasick and then they will
stand v goodiiohance of betas- called
lubbers. ,It -Is expected that at least
two. day wlHube SDent: out on the
broad Atlantic,
After the mea ret aboard this morn
ing the AtlanUMWIll proceed eastward
and anchor In Gardiner's bay. The fol
lpWIg,two day.t.wlll be anent In work
ing the big gutilu Beside the giin drill
mere wiu be boat drill, Instruction In
signalling ,and other branches of the
service. .-If the iAtlanta should be near
NlanUeT:on Friday it Is possible that It
Will anchor in (the bay and land the
Connecticut boys to take part in the
Ares, parade, r .. '
Joseph' AUUtort of Anaonla. who used
to'lJe a captiiln's cook on board a cruis
er, Will act as caterer. The bill of fan.
whtl not elaborate, I far different from
tnat wjilch would be furnished by the
government. The boy will return to
this city on Saturday afternoon.
Tne .Atlanta arrived off the break
water fcarly this morning. The officer
In charge of yie boys will be chief of
division Lieutenant Edward V. Ray
whlch Wll ltransport them to the At-
ward G. Buckland, Ensigns Daniel M.
Gopdrldge and Harry G. Day.. It Is xe
peoted that there will be between elxty
and seventy seamen who will go on the
Atlanta,
StX 1TALIAXS AKKHHTED.
Were Engaged In a right yjth Knives and
" Itatar on Mill Byar,$treet.
:he brpmpt .arriyaf)Rof the police
quelled, an Incipient iiitallan. riot in a
h0089 at the corner of -Mill River and
Wplcott streets. Shortly before 8
o'clock 'last evening an xclted Italian
rati Into the Grand avenue precinct and
toli'Sergeant Bradley that a crowd of
(tBllan; were cutting ea,ch other with
kplyes flnd raiors, Sergeant Bradley
immediately detailed Officers Jackson,
McQovarn and Nettleton on the case,
and sent them dver to the scene of the
rjoi In the patrol wagon."' 1
Upon 'their arrival fcMy "found" the
house difserted, but aW BiSt' Itallaris on
Ohsipei atreet bridge nctlng tn1 hn ex
cited manner and placed them under
arrest At the precinct they gave their
harnes s Paiquale Esposlto, Piassa Es-
poslto, Paolo Ventre, Salvatore Vollalo
Lhd Pkiquale Banh. When placed un
der arrest one of the men threw a razor,
on whtah were blood etaine," away, and
ancthef. threw a "bloody knife over the
bridge into the water.. The razor Was
subsequently recovered fcy a small
boy and turned oyer to the police.
The Bbilce were unable to And anvone
Who htd been cut, but wilt continue
their investigation today.. The pres-
enoe or oiooa on tne raaor would tend
to show that there mqst hhve been some
cutting done. -
v .. .... . -
A fsrrlble Collision FraVentSd by an Op-
.fi?:,"'-'G' ' portnaePhMti. '
- 'itn ttUwhester Democrat and Chronioie4
ugiater isawara eonarrer, on train
,runhlng between Buffalo and Roches
ter oiPthe Fall road ; via Locknort.
which arrives fa thl city at 9 o'clock
In the evening, had an experience last
Saturday evening that made bia hair
stand on end. . , - . , .
cThe train left 'Buffalo Saturday eve'
ping about 7 o'clock, in cha.rge;. oii Con
diiot JCnickerbocker.!' wtttti-Jiaiineer
Bchaffer at the throttle. - Th hi .
a. ipieaii track, a Wa eopposed, be
tweti( iRu'lalb ad toojeport, and was
runnlVujf at elhlgb r,t of ipeed. filAck
Roast wa reached without . mLah.n
After leaving ftat Mation behind the
lJJ'wnt-th'e train heid at the
Ptfepfthver )JUrtya milts ur hur. jrtte
MON P A Yt A UG13 ST 13 1694.
night w dark a pitch, and the rain
bt against the'cab window Ums
Inilr. ' ' Enaineer Schslter sat In hi
seat by the eab window. Th had
light Wa of little us In the blinding
rain, and the engineer could are only a
rw yard in advano or tne engine,
The train aped en through the dark
net, and eoon th up grade, about nve
mile south of Tonawanda, wa reacn
ed. Tb engineer opened the throttle
wider, the fireman shoveled coal faster,
The bill wa passed and th train rum-
blad en through the storm.
Suddenly a flash of lightning, T
lowed by a Urrlflo peal of thunder, lit
up the track a half mile ahsad. Hchaf-
fer War looking ahead just at that
moment and a eight met his gase that
sent th blood from hie chesk. Twen
ty yard ahead four freight car were
tending on the track. Orasplng the
reverse lever he pulled It bark to the
last notch and shouted to the fireman
to put on the air brake. The fireman'
blood a mad to frees In hi value.
and, sslslng the brake lever, he sent the
air through the pipe full force. At the
am Instant Schaffrr et th emergency
brake. The strong locomotive, creaked
hnd groaned. The engineer and tire,
men, with blanched cheek, stood look'
Ing Into each other' face, while the
pereplretion trickled from their fore
head in large drop.. But only for
moment, for the engine tottered and
both of them were thrown to the floor
of the cab.
The shock was so audden that th
passenger In .the coaches were thrown
from their seat, the chandelier swung
from the celling and two of them fell
to the floor. One man was thrown
completely over th seat In front of
him, landing with hi head shoved un
der th second seat In front and hla
feet propped up against the breast of an
elderly gentleman behind In such a
manner a to hold him firmly In hi
seat' On young lady wa, by the force
of the shook,. lifted from her eat, car
rled Into the nlsla, and deposited In the
lap of a man whq wa lying on his back
m tne aisle.
The baggageman was at the time en
gaged in checking a trunk. He did not
check it just then, however, for when
tne shock came the trunk eluded hi
grasp and started with other baggage
for the other end of the car. The bag
gageman was found a few minutes lat
er covered up with satchels in one corn
er of the car. .After the excitement
had (ubsldcd the conductor and engin
eer got off the train to investigate the
sltuaton,They found the pilot of the
engine ahoved a foot beneath the ca
booe of the freight train ahead. As
they were but a few miles from Lock
port the freight was pushed Into the
yard limits and sidetracked, the train
proceeding on Its way to Lockport
Old engineer on the Central-Hudson
pronounce it the most wonderful stop
they had ever heard of. The flash of
lightning was all that saved the lives
of oyer two hundred passenger on
board the train. .
ROCKY HO AO TO tKABXIXO.
Thagruggle of arf Old Slave Learning to
Write.
'' From the Pittsburg Dispatch.!
'It Is difficult for. tl)qse who have al-
waj'S been surrounded with advantages
to obtain, an education to appreciate
how the untUtbred mind of one who has
not had these! opportunities yearns for
knowledge," aM an old colored man
yesterdayl ""Thls was well illustrated
in the south before the war, when any
person caught teaching a colored man
was subjected to a' fine of $50 and a
year' jjTiprlsoiiipent., .Being shut off
from all these advantages It was -won
derful tp , note the intense yearning
which the colored people had to learn.
Th.y grasped at evry straw hoping to
keep their .heads above the muddy wa
ters of Ignorance. ' Take my family,
for instance. , I had three brothers, and
we had been taught by our master to
read a little, but one'' 5f the mysteries
of this life which we craved to solve
was writing.;.". We knew the printed
characters, ?bljt' knew absolutely noth
ing of writing.- We. lived at White Sul
phur. Springs, W. Va., and one day
when It w too rainy to work on some
excavation! Which ' Were being made
all of the: workmen, , Including my
brothers and sOmeJriBhmen, were seat
ed In a little hut talking. One of the
Irishmen asked-dne oit my brothers if
he could, wrljand when he replied he
never ha "anyone "to teach him, the old
fellow: picked up board about a foot
square and with a piece of chalk wrote
all the character of the alphabet upon
tt. I te you., that, ..was considered a
prize by my, brother. : They manasred
after a little trouble to get a spelling
Book with' the printed and written
character .and a Iate- from a school
boy. for no- one would anvthinv
like that o a- ciolor.d person then. Ev
ery plght whetr the boy came home
they sprawled jpyer . th floor. I was
ehgaged in 'siomethlng else but at last
became' greatly. Interested. I com
menced to; study1 wf ittng. too. and in a
short time learned to make a letter.
I can. never UH- you the Joy that
that dawn at intelligence gave me. It
thrilled me thr.ougft afld through. But
studying from, the block of wood that
t he. Irishman: had nada was something
slow, and X'.yaed to get something
whjre frrtliig Wa employed. It was
my , business to clear up the rubbish
around tl)e hotel, nd one day I noticed
a written letter lh tome of the refuse.
I picked it outland pitf tt in my pocket.
Aftjr that, Whenever l went down by
the creek to dump the rubbish, I would
look ail tnrougn w and pick out the let
i . .'n ,,,
K ft.
STREET'S
J'HEATHEi
, a
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The hsil .
I
8f
l'
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1
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ter. An old hollow tree oioee by mad
a good hiding plao. and when night
cam. on myir or my broth.r would
t them ami bring them to our house.
We would linn pull down all the
blind, luck the door and stuff the key
hole; then, with th. lamp un the floor,
we would atratvh out and try to deciph
er the letter. Ily comparing the let
ter with thne on lh. block of wood
we found what they were. I remember
the first word that I wa able to read.
It wa 'the,' and when It came to me I
shunted out In Joy: Here a word I
knew. Bob.' To lern to write seemed
to be my o-io aim In life then. I
dreamed about letter and In welkin
along a dusty road somrlltneN th form
of a letter would occur to me. I would
look carefully Rround to e that no one
wa lon'ting: then top down and
trac the Mter In th dual with my
finger and walk away, gaslng at It ad
mirably. Thi door of my house, the
wall of my room. In fact every available
space wa utilised by me In practislnc
making letters. When I th youna
people of tho day wealing th opportu
nities which are given them, I often
think of the time when I would have
given half of my life to bare om on.
teach me. The unfolding of th. world
of thought to me, for I waa a man when
I learned my alphabet and oould ap
preciate the development, wa on of
th happiest periods of my life. To be
able to read what others had written
was to me the acme orbllas."
Ileal gstatc.
FOR KKNT.
j ii o rrmniB, tower noor,
a.'
auBtf
MWHALEy AVENTJB.
FOR KK.Vr.
TWO too,) (tore on Crown itreet i can be
made Into oil If dealrod. Call on or
addrmis
r. v. i.t'M,
mhSUtr
17 Center street.
FOR SALtt.
I
N Lake Plsee, two new brick hotiMW. mod
ern ImDrovauianta. IS mftina' alanhitlld.
luarlots. J.D. l'LLNKBTT,
hii tr n Cb'irch street, Itoom (.
FOR KKNT.
SOCICTy halU In Masonlo Tomple, fur
nixhed, and Janitor service.
nmn ( H A HLEa WtKSON, Agent.
FOR REJfT.
FOUR flvo-ronm flat, with bath room,
steam heat and all linnrovements i loca
tion ocntral. Flata ontlrnlv annHt-atn fnim
each other. Small family profemd. and rent
reaaniialile. Knqulre
JOHN HOOAN, 16 Columbus avenue,
an tf corner Liberty Mreot.
WINTHROP AVENUE.
FINE building Int.; owner anxious to sell
at once and will let It so at a low prloe.
CHAS. D.NICOLL &CO
83 Church street, (Benedtet Building), room 15.
Evening from 7 to g.
Westvilia to Have Rapid Transit
BUILDING lota on Main, Fountain, West
Prospect, Wlllard, Alden, Bnrnett, end
other dmlrable residence street In WestrlUe,
for sale at prloe ranging from two to ten
oents per square foot..
now is tne tune to ouy.
For particulars call On or addroM '
H. C. PARDF.K,
nl tf lg Fountain street, WettvlUe.
WILL BE REMODELED.
oerty No. 17 Oraneo streat: lot Mr
'111 be alterod for business purposes
or otherwlso to suit lessee, and a Ions lease
sHvon. .... v .
CHARLES H. WEBB,
8S0 Chap.l 8traet.
Closed at p.m. Saturday, Open Monday eve'g.
FARM WANTED,
WITH stock and tools. In exchange for a
nearly new two-family house with
modern conveniences, well located ana near
horse oars, In this city.
For full particulars, permit to see house,
etc., please oall or address
GEORGE A. I9BELL,
787 Chapel afreet. Now Haven, Cum).
We have opened a full lino of Jewett's cele
brated hardwood Refrigerators, thoroughly
charconl filled, and tho bet refrigerators sold
in the city.
AT COST.
We have but few of them left i when thou
are gone there will be no more of them offer
ed, at we are going out of this branch of the
business. We advlle all who are In want to
inspect them before purchasing elsewhere,
That New Range
We have said so much about Droves to be
the favorite. All who have tried It say It Is
the wonder of the age and doe all We adver
tise It to do.
GAS FIXTURES
In great varieties and prices 'way down. The
largest assortment to oe lounn in toe otty,
Sanitary Plumbing a Spioialty. '
THE ARNOLD CO.
WE HAVE
A FEW... ; , '
Standard Lighting Company's Hew
Process -' .'
GASOLENE STOVES,
, Which we shall seil at
10 per cent. Discount.
C P. MERRIMAN,
154 Elm Streeti
OPEN 1VENINOS, " -
J. H. Buckley, 179 Church pt
District of Mew Haven, ss. Probate Court, )
Aujtuet 9th, 18ft. f
Tn STATE of ISAAC W. HINE, late of New
XL( Haven, In said district, deoeaged.
lie Court of Probate for tho flistrlot or
New Haven hath limited and showed; six
months from the data tim-eof for the creditors
of said estate, represented insolvent, lawhloh
w exoiDu tneir oiaims toereio ; auu 4"" ap
pointed Frederick C. hum and James B.
naw, UUWUI Mew BavtHj, uvuuiwNwin,
to receive and examine said claims, : . . L .
A. HEATOK HOBBRT80N, Judge.
Thenibaorlbara aire notice that they shall
meet at office of Alffnir, Webb Morehoue,
Churoh street, In said New Haven, bn th. SMI
Of Auiru.t. 18lii. and on the 6th of February.
ISSfcaflOoVlook In the forehoon on Saoa of
saia aays. for the purpaseor aueoaipg o ige
hutlness of said appointment. .. , .. . ,. . .
KSSShSl .Commtrilo,
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to "
Refimerators.
PluoibiBE and GasfittiDg
tftstaut.
One Cent Word each Insertion), flv
eenta a Wor4 r, ftu Week, evea
times.
IWAXTKD.
MMKrilATFXr, a competent Instrurtnr la
(Irrman fur a rvlew of freshman work.
anl-Ui' Ai.hlv lioX iw.
WANTKD,
C'Tt'ATIO!! by roiiipMpni girl In ganeral
miuauwora 111 uiaJI prl
I private fstallyi good
aitlUItt
TDCHAPBi.BTItKHT,
WANTKI,
, ITlrATION t,y a miiiipnteiit woman to
ft a. ii'iiithi iiinii,wiirK or uuinary worg
unilvi haatall
II v
rr run
iiine give u,
Ajiy at
ll 1.1 II-
5I.M STK
EKT.
WANTED.
riRT-cr.AHH tool maker may obtala
4 altiiauon for aiimmar at a low prtov.
JytOlf tJOCH AI'KI. HTHKR-f. ftoom W.
WANTKI.
17Ilt-T-CI.A household lirln
a lao altua-
A, .lions for auoh. MltS, UAUIL
ir""" iai Ooiirt street,
WA.NTKO,
PVEnVIVlDV nalliiKaertantoeaU here,
J WaaiinnU' all l hi. Imi lv.kiuJ
out and dlM'anliKl moat or the uwlea elata.
1 u tk now offloea (where thay are aot
iringiii up eooataouy.
e have been nara imm ann uaj. iM-,,..ni
elitluf only tluwe that will do the work rS
quirni. H. hnvtho tineat faWIIUaaanaoaa
Sarve you bulur than anvnn olaa.
EMI'IjOyMKKT AOKNCT,
TTS Chaaat traaa.
WANTED,
A
fort
SITUATION for an experlsaoed emk
and hiHiaawork ulrl aho la iuat taa and
a nloo prlvulo fuiuliy.
Ta bast help turn tali od forclty or oeuatry,
BARTHOLOMEW,
51 Orange street,
OmirtafroT't Old Stand.
UltBccUaneous,
FOR SALE.
fOKSim top burry. flrst-olaas
cnalnBf
cnoap. jyau tr
BOXwH. '
FORRKNT.
PHYSICIAN'S oOloe. for partlralnrs, ad
dreas DEMI R ABLE,
ainortt Courier OIBoe.
FOR RENT CHEAP.
SIX rooma on second floor, all modern lasf
proveraents.
us 7tl
?H 40 CAWNEK BTBEgT.
MAN ANOWIFK
WANT house or flat, nloe location, all leaf
Droveuients, -
niiS7t
DRAWER 108, City.
THB OPPORTUNITY
OF a lifetime to purchase a piece of props
erty. Inquire of
BU7t 111 EDGEWOOD AVETOB.
FOR SALE,
BLACK walnut marble top altar, pedestal,
platforms, ofnoers' and mnmbare' ohalraJ
complete outat suitable for society use. Apply
jyaotf
733 CHAPEL STRB
ET.
BITPF.RFLUOITS HAIR
TJEHMAN ENTLY removed by electrto nea.
further pan
am; pnrreoi suoceca warrantea. vo
Kniauia
ilsrs address
P.O. BOX 851
CLAIRVOYANT.
TJEADlNOS'htf sll Private and Buslnesi
nmtiers. mn,uiL a iy woman's ai
Consultation In DArann nr hv Wr
MARY J. WRIGHT, M,
spMly Office. Tontine Hotel, 1M Chi
D,
lUroh
3
Seal gsute.
FOR SALE,
House and Lot,
78 WILLIAM STREET.
Lot Is 6xII2.
Inquire of
S. B. OVIATT,
mytr 87 inurca
BUY A BUILDING LOT
Now While Prioes An Low.
CITY LOTS,
SHORE LOTS,
SUBURBAN LOTSt
EDWARD M. CLARK,
121 CHURCH STREET,
' 'Evenings 7 to 8, Room Is.
FOR RENT,
JJOUSE on Dlrwell avenue, 0 rooms,
modem improvements, $20 per months
MERWIN'S
Beat Estate Offlce,
lot 7B Chapel street.
or
Good Two-Family Housft
R. E. BALDWIN,
dAw
818 OhapeHtre
FOR RENT,
UflA Chapel street, whole house and bam.
1X4 Howe street, whole home.
88 Trumbull street, whole house, .
Lake Place, " "
202 Exohange street, first floor. -
as Bishop street, " "
Also a few furnished houses.
JOHN CPU IMDERFORD,
UH Church Street.
Open Monday and Saturday evealng.
Lot in the Center
OF
West Haven,
$10 per foot. '
1 IttB Will M Ml
YOU who are looking f ora Building Lot Ofl
which to build tor a home.
INVESTIGATE
The Building Lot bounded by
Orange, Edwards, Livingston
and Canner Strestt.
THBI ABB
Th Cfessst for tha Ccney,
Tl Most Ecsirab,
(And, More Important Than AUJ
.Jkl,;Klth!8st js&
In, theBity of Kew Havso, (Statlrtteswtll af
out this itatemanU) For sale by
""aoemNo.Iflrl Boilaiag; i. i
M . 769 Chapl Sfrsatt

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