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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TIHTRSDAY, JUNE 6, 1895
Nothing Like It So say the women, and the men, and the store keepers anybody who knows anything about what such SILKS usually are. Cheney Bros." t Pongee Silks. 33c. for the 22-inch. 39c. for the 24-inch. .It tf7 ILK SALE Is catching the town. Throngs at the counters, all our available extra sales people helping out the SILK FOLK. Cjou'll pay 75c. a yard for no better Silks. The original purchase of 10,000 yards, being rapidly depleted. 43-SEE 33c. SILK WINDOW. SEE 39c, SILK WINDOW. 762 to 768 Chapel Street; CHAS. H. BROMLEY, MAKER of Violins, Double Bases, etc New and Old Violins for sale. Repair ing a specialty. Bows rebalred. Instruction eiven on the Violin. Terras moderate, sttf 263 ORCHARD ST., New HavenOt Security Insurance Co OF NEW HAVEN. OFFICE 37 CENTER STREET. Cash Assets Jan, 1, 1895. S3O2,933,30. WREcrons: Chns.8. Leete, Cornelius Plerpont, Jas.D.DeweU. A.CWlloox, H. Mason, Joel A. Sperry, E. G. Stoddard. 8. K. Merwln, Wm.K. Tyler, JohnW.AUlng. T. Attwater Barnes. CHAS, S. LEETB, H. MASON, Prealdenb Heoretarr. 3.D.DEWEI.L, H. C. FULLER, Yloe President, Asa't, Secretary, jaleod & We have from ten to fifteen pieces Tapestry Brussels that are not being made which Best Ingrains at 50c. Ask-to see our Ingrain Art Squares, 0nIy$3J5, H. B.PERRY, 914 Chapel Street. Prof. irsM li S. I Street lit our store this week and come in and learn what the lady demonstrator is doing with the wonderful Horsford's Baking Powder and Street's "Finest of the Wheat" Flour. Delicious Toiscuits without shortening and loaf "bread made with this Powder while you wait and served free. Horsford's is the only Powder sup plying the nutritious phosphates lost in the bolt ing of the wheat. A cook "book and "biscuit cutter free with each can of the Powder. Please send your cooks in to Boston Grocery, 926 Chapel St. N. A. FULLERTON, Proprietor. Branch Store, 1231 Chapel street. ::OLD.. CALIFORNIA WINES. wMORE THAN FOUR YEARS OLD. CONSISTING OK PORT, SHERRY, ANGELICA, MUSCATEL AND CATAWBA. $1.00PerGallon- 25c.perBottIe These Wines are made in the Napa Valley, are of the best Quality and received by us direct. We are the first house that placed the price within the reach of those of moderate means. There is much new and low-grade California wine on this market that does no credit to that State, We believe ours to be the best that can be obtained. A trial is solicited Johnson Sror 411 and 413 State St., Cor. Court. TtaEfc FIELD GLASSES. Botany liiMi'iuneiitij AND MATERIAI, Wttb special refer.no. to tta. require menta of college! .na lobooia. Ocnlists Spectacles and Eyeglasses Made to order and carefully adjusted. REPAIRING Neatly and Promptly Executed. E. L MM k CO, 84 Church Street For Tlis Weetl we will close at 45c, next. It willpay you to Ontical H Microscopes, ; Barifc, ENTEHVA I XntKNVS. Grand Opera House. Mr. G. B. Bunnell has made arrange ments with the Thomns Opera company to appear at the Grand opera house next week at summer popular prices. Matinees 10c and 20c; In the evening, reserved seats 30o and DOis. The ad ance sale of seats for the week is now open at the box office, and It would be advisable for those who propose at tending the opera next week to secure them In advance, and save the lncon venience of waiting at the ticket win flow. The repertoire will be: Monday and Tuesday evenings and at the mat! nee on Wednesday, "Said Pasba, ' on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. "The Chimes of Normandy," and on Friday and Saturday evenings and a the Saturday matinee, 'The Beggar Student" will tie given. The company Includes Mr. James Donnelly and Mr. Richard Oakley, comedians; Mr. J. W. Gurville, Mr. O. J. DeMartine and Lee Lottie, tenors; Miss Emma Gardlni, prima donna soprano; Misses Ethel Vincent, Ada St. Clair, Dalsey Oakley, and others. The chorus numbers thirty people, and has been selected specially for this company. The Grand opera house Is noted for always being cool, as every effort made to keep tt so, and nothing Is pver- looked in temperature, or ventilation to secure the comfort of the audience. Poll's Wonderland Theater. The "Wonderland) Is well filled at every performance. The bill presented Is excellent and very entertaining. There are, besides Mr, Llna. and Miss Vanl, the sensational European gym nasts, other brilliant artists. Swift and Chase are exceptionally bright comedians, who play on many musical Instruments, though the great charm of their, art lies In the brilliant comedy they vein their specialty with. Mr, Hyams and Miss Collier are also in tensely Interesting, the former s rich baritone voice combining well with Miss Collier's keen dramatic sense in making a. sketch that Is delightfully charming. Others who entertain vlsl tors to OieWonder!and, and do It well, are Mr. Vernon and Miss Hawthorne, the Misses Rice and Halvers, Burt Jor- dan, the Kins-Ners, Miss Ida Howell, and George C. Davis. new cnuitcn and pastoh. Reception at the Olivet Baptist Chnrch. The members of the new Olivet Bap. tlst church gave an Informal reception. to their now pastor. Rev. Allyn K. Pos ter, last Tuesday eventing from 8 to II o'clock In the parlors of the church which were handsomely decorated for the occasion. C. B. Curtis was master of ceremonies and C. M. Parker intro duced the pastor to the assembled com. pany. The pastor, after h was Intro duced, made . few remarks, after which Rev. E. M. Poteat of the Calvary Bap tist church delivered an address of wel come. Refreshments were served later in the evening, and the young men's orchestra connected with the church furnished music. On next Wednesday, June 12, the New Haven County association of Baptist churches will convene at 6 p. m. at the church for the purpose of recognizing the church and taking what other ac tion may be necessary. Supper will be served at 6 o'clock, and at 7:S0 o'clook In the evening public recognition cer vices and the Installation of the pastor will be held. This church Is the one which was- started by the Baptist Local union, who assisted the parish In the purchase of the old Summerfleld church property on Dlxwell avenue, Just above Henry street, and altered and repaired It. JtOUND BOVBE CONTRACT. George M. Grant Will Build the Big Structure. The contract for the construction of the large new round house which Is to be built for the New York, New Haven and Hartford road Just south of the new one recently completed at the "Cedars" has been awarded to George M. Grant, the well kwown mason builder. The building will eoBt about 145,000. ' It Is to be 288 feet In diameter, 88 feet In height to the uvea, and the roof will be 38 feet more, making the height of the entire structure 76 feet. It is ten be built of brick la the most substantial manner. S WtFT JUSTICE IN SPAIN, Execution of the Assailant of Captain-Gen eral Prima Rivera, Madrid, June 6. Captain Clavljo, who shot and seriously wounded! Captain General Prima Rivera, after the latter had refused him the hand' of his daugh ter on Monday last, and who was tried by court-martial and sentenced to death yesterday!, w&a shot at 8 o'clock this morning. At attempt was, made to secure a commutation of the sentence for Clavljo on account o supposed men tal disease was brushed aside by the authorities, and the sentence ' executed without postponement. Clavljo first fell with three bullets in hia head. Ha still moved after a soldier had flred another shot into his head from under his ohin. Even, that failed to kill (him, and he did not die until another soldier fired a bullet through hia heart. The scene created excitement and horror among the crowd of sjjeotatora present. Pumping Out Bearer Ponds. An attempt to get rid of the Surplus water in Beaver ponds was begun yes terday afternoon. A stesajn pump, was worked and the water of the ponds was thrown to the other eida of Hudson street, where it soon) sank away. It is thought that this work will soon do. Laway with the surplus water, and the ponds will be filled up with earth. Hith erto the filling has been found to-be In effectual, and of the 2,000 loads which have been dumped tliera'la hardly-any sign -shown. . , Northern Latitudes, Hon, James D. Dewell will deliver a lecture-on "Northern Latitudes before Hiram lodge In the blue roon of the Masonic temple this evening. Calumet Club. The regular monthly meeting of the Calumet club will be held at their rooms on the corner of Grand avenue and East Pearl street Tuesday evening, June 11, at 8 o'clock sharp. EA1K HA VEN. The Now Annex 1 Ire Department A Wed (ling Reception Children's Summer Feto at Grand Avenue Congregational Church Lawn. 'The sixteenth anniversary of the mar riage of Mr. and Mrs. William W. Ken nedy of 45 Houston street was celebrat ed Tuesday evening. During the even tag a party of their relatives and friends paid a surprise visit and the evening was spent wi-h music and games, and refreshments were served. The couple received a number of gifts. Willis Smith, the driver of the de livery wagon of Jefferson & Son Grand avenue, was thrown on Church street yesterday afternoon, sustaining a scalp wound. Smith lives on Exchange street. Mr. and Mrs. David H. Brockett upon returning from their wedding tour will reside at 76 Woolsey street. The officers of the new annex fire de partment are: Chief, Robert Meacham assistants. Sidney Kelsey and D. Bur ton Brownl A hose company has been organized with these officers: Foreman, James E. Mills; assistants, George Mac Kenzle and A. P. Allen; secretary, H. A. Snyder; treasurer, Milton Jacobs. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. James O'Leary, who were married Tuesday, were .given a reception the same even ing at Central hall. Among those pres ent were Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Touhey and family, William Emmet, Jeremiah Coffey, John Boyle, Michael Begley and wife, Luke Bowen, James O'Brien, Miss Annie O'Brien, Andrew McGill, Mrs, JamesjP'Leary, James Grace, Cornelius curry, all or New Britain; Mrs. Arthur O'Leary and family of Southington James Corcoran of Merlden, Thomas Touhey of Hartford, Samuel Beatty of New York, Mr. and Mrs. M. Lanlgan, Mr. and Mrs. P. Maher, Mr. and Mrs, John Maher, Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Carroll, Miss Gllmartin, the Misses Burke, Thomas P. Shanley and Wife, John Coleman and wife, Mrs. Gebhard, Mies Reynolds anid Henry Pohlman and wife of this- city. The children's summer fete which Is held annually for the Sunday school of the Grand avenue Congregational church will take place on the lawn of the church next Saturday afternoon, The games are to Include tennis, foot ball, croquet, and there will be swings. hammocks and other Interesting feat ures for the younger children. At 5:30 the ladles will serve a spread. In the evening the grounds will be Illuminated and a concert w!Ir oe held. Fine music will be givem by Robinson's orchestra, To the evening entertainment the pub lie is invited. The admission to the grounds will be ten cents. The commit tees are intending to make this a first class entertainment. The committee consist of: Arrangements, E. D. Smith, Rev. J. Lee M-itchell, Mrs. George Bish op, Miss Hattin Denison; Illuminations, Mrs. E. D. Fowler, Miss Josephine Brad ley, Irving Hurlburti ice cream, Mrs Franklin; table committee, teachers of the Sunday school. This church wi'4 Observe. Children's day next Sunday, In the morning there will be a choral service and ami address by the pastor, Children who have attained the age of seven years the present year will be presented with Bibles. TJiere will be other interesting eacerc'ses. j ; 1 1 if. c. t. v. hazlt. New Haven County Advocates Meet at Merlden. Merlden, June 5. At the W. C. T. U. convention held at Hanover Park Casi no to-day sixty delegates were present from all over the country. Mrs. J, H, Morrison of East Haven presided and Mrs. J. E. Leeds was secretary. Miss Grace Lee of New Haven spoke on Loy al Legion work. Mrs. A. II. Downs was elected delegate to the national conven tlon. Mrs. Morrill of New Haven) was one of the speakers. May Erect a New Church Edifice. The parish committee of the Church of the Messiah met last night and In formally considered the plan of erect ing a new church edifice. As a full committee was not present It was de cided1 not to take a binding vote to erect a new church, but all the mem bers of the committee who were present were enthusiastic in favor of a new building, and it Is probable that an other meeting of the full committee will be called soon to take definite action. r $ Appetite awaits on good digestion, and health on both t Toasted Oats I satisfies the appetite t A delicious breakfast dish J ..... . Your grocer refunds money if it don't suit. S. H. Street & Co, PROPOSALS FOR PRINTING LAWS. State of Connecticut, Office- of the Secretory, Hartford. May 37, 1893. SEALED PROPOSALS for printing and, binding in pamphlet f ornfl&,000 copies of the Publio Acts of 1805, in accordance with spe cifications furnished - on application, will be- recelved at this olIlce-ntil 2 O'olook p. m. on Tuesday, the 11th day-ot June, 1805. WILLIAM C. MOWRY, Je65t - SECRETARY. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, Juno 5th. 181)5. f TTISTATEof JARBD ATWATER. of Hlmi 'l den, In said district, asslwnliKf debtor. The voluntary alignment of the said debt or having been lodgud In this ofllue for record and the probate thereof, and Lucius It. Hlnman, ot said Now Haven, being- in said hh signineut nominated astrustee for said estato, therefore ORDEHED That tne 12th day of June. 1805, at lOo'clook forenoon, be, and the same is, hereby assigned for a hearing on the approval of saia proposed trustee, anu that all peraons of said proposed trustee, am interested thoroiu may have notice to appeal-, ll'tboysoe cause, and be heard tUoreon, this court diroots that this order be published three times in a newspaper having a circula tion In said probate district before suid time assigned for sold hearing. uy order or oourt, CHRKIEatQALLAflHER. MINIATURE ALMANAC. JUNE 0. Sun Rimes. 4:19 Moon Siti'S, BunSkth, 7:iil 3:00 I H ion Watbb, I 10:33 MARK1AGKS. SMITH NOUTH At. St. Paul's ohiirnh. Jun f, 16H5, Miss Grace E. North, daimhter of wiiuuin n. Worth ot this city, to 1.U Binita Ul iiOHLOU, MUHb. INOCartlH. JUAUINJS LIST. l$jg.POHT OF NEW HAVEN. AnftlVED. Soh CTrbana, Tyler, N. Y. for Newport. roll Otsproy, Crowley, Weoliawken nnnl. m for Boh Hastings, Corey, N. Y. for NowBodford CL1SABKD. Bch E. M. Rood, Wilson, Vhtla. FOR KENT. "TTLAT No. 18 Brown street, second floor, JL! $17. modern conveniences ; auuitaoniy, Apply evenings alter 1 o oiocn. jen on IJUY BARB WIRE NOW. PRICE is advanolnsr. ' L1N8LEY, ROOT & CO., JeQgt ail Broadway. FKUSH FISH. "VT'OwlBtliotimeI This is tlioweek to eat XI uhicllsli Bo. lb., soa trout Go., poreles oc. flatfish and lliikus fie. soa bass Oc. Live lob stors Hatunlny. Cheapest placo in the city, ah tnis weeif . Jmillf OLD GRAND AVE. FISH BOAT. FOB SALH. EW fancv ono-familv house nt 210 Chat nam street; ail linprovoiiiotits; eievrani decoration; 801) feet front; olootrlo car. r. oii uti FOR SAL!. ""HEAP, second-hand sottees, blinds, sash anu uoorB, inquire at To43f 61 COURT STREET. FOR SALE. A FIRST-CLASS seoond-hand Drockettfc j Tuttlo phaeton. In exoelhmtordor and unusually comfortable ; a desirable bargain in every way, urn De seen at IQttr . 4&H JUJ.JS. W K l.lj A VBHUK Til Tt rriirv ..' .... V V' . . . pets, &o. A postal directed to 097 GRAND AVE, will reoclve prompt attention. aSS 3ot DRESSMAKING. FIRST-CLASS modisto. $2.50 nor dnv: cs i neclal attention to cuttinir and tiltlnir New York styles. Will nlso a-lve lessons In cuttinir, fitting and basttnu. The knowledge or minting your own uresses IB an item through the year. Call for cards. Nl ib in AIT mylSsatiithuT 1090 Chapel street. FOR RENT, PHOTOGRAPH gallery on Chanel St. mySltf Address O., Courier. A FOR rent; XJLEASANT rooms, furnished or unfur- JL nlshcu. my IWJtr KHTVV U USXEltHTttliiET, FOR SALE." "VTEW double house, 85,000; twelve rooms: rents 835 a month. Address lei 7t-P iiu.v iuii, uity. SHORE RESIDENCE FOR RENT. rpHE late Jno. M. Almes' place at Oyster JL river, beautifully situated fronting Long laliind Sound. West shore olootrlo curs pass me uoor. ivppiy to niy2 tf lilt i ANX & MAIN, West Haven. FOR SALE. r I inrj communions noiiHo, grnunus anu sta X Mo on tbe corner ef Howard and DavenJ pore avenue; ioc 'ipxkixluo; nouse oontuing 17 rooms, with all modern improvements, and is in Derrcet condition. Stable hns four box stuns ana room for six carriages, uoacn man's rooms on second floor. C1IAIILES II. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Monftny and Saturday evening?. FOR SALE, NE of the most central corners in the S city. .trice roasonaDio. CHAS.D.NICOLL &CO., 82 Church street (Benedict Building), room 15, Evonings from 7 to 8. District of Now Haven, ss. Probate Ourt. KT..r I.1rAn TitriA A 1QOf. I JlSTATEof JOSEPH COLTON, late pf New U Haven, in said district, deceased. The Court of Probate for the dlstrlot of New Haven hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof for the oreditors of said estate to exhibit tnelr claims for set tlement. Those who nexlect to present their aooountf , properly nttestod, within sold time win ne aeDarrea a recovery. &u nersons in debted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, to JAiuriS u. muunrj, AaminiBt.raT.or, Jeflgdlw Hartford, Connecticut, District Of Now Haven, ss. Probate Court,) June S. 1895. f XT'STATE of HENRY F. SMITH, late of Now f The trustee having exhibited his admlnis. trtvtion aocount with said estate to this oourt frtriillownnon. it. la Uudkiiko JLimt tne jxtn any or Juno, a. u. ihho. nt. ten o'oioca in tne torenoon. at a Probate court to be held at Now Haven, with-, In and for the district of New Haven, be and tne same is assigned l or a nearing on mo al lowance of said administration account with said estate, and this court directs the trnst.ee to otto all nersons Interested thoreln to appear at said time and place, by puousuing tnis oraer inreo times in some newspaper nHvniir u uinjumuim in sain uis- trior. Xil v ijxuo iuji v. v rjjjAjsu, led :tt Judge or said Probate Court, JOINT EXECUTIVE REORGANIZATION COMMITTEE OF THB Atchison, Topeka4 Santafe Railroad Co. A MAJORITY OF THE ATCHISON, TOrKKA At BAMIA K HI 1IA1LHU1U COMPANY GBNJSBAL MORTGAGE BOND HAVE NOW JBKKN lKFOSI'l Kll. HOLDERS of the General Mortgage'Bonds, second jiioritfuge jrouas una ctooK, intending' to participate in the Reorgan ization should therefore deposit their se curities as promptly as possible before the 10th IAY OF JUNE, 1893, after which date deposits will ONLY be reoeived with the eon sent, of the Committee and upon SUCH IKBMS as the Committee may impose. .Deposits must De muue asiouows : Bonds with the AGENCY" OF THE UNION TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK, 95 Milk street, Boston. . . Stock with the OLD COLONY TRtfST COM PANY. Ames Bulldinir, Boston. The NEW EJNUliAHjU Hi u SI UUMPAJMX OF BOSTON will act as bankers for the, UNION TKUST COMPANY OF NEW YOK K. EDWARD KING, Chairmon. Herman K.OHHE, secretary. New York, May 29, 1693. Je2t AUCTION SALE ' OF ery Desirable Residential Property ON . Howard Avenus and Oak Place. The undersigned will offer for sale at public auction Wednesday Morning, June 12th, At 10-o'olook, three building lots from the tract df 'land belonging to the Estate of George E. Maltby, Corner of Howard Avenue and Oak Place, Survey of the premises and detail can be had at Beoohor's Exchange, Room No. 5, Lyon Building, 769 Cliapol street. EDWARD C. BEECHER, Jed Ot Licensed Auctioneer FOB SALE. H OUSE, 158 Cedar Hill Avenue, Innuire 150 CEDAR HILL AVENUE. spBgint TO RENT. DESIRABLE tenement of eight rooms, modern improvements, on eleotrio cor line. my4 tt vjiiiimun s tmkkt. FUKNlSHfJO ROOM WITH BOARD, ti two, su.uu; also two rooms with use or . CTT il.lKl, (HOlf ITT U 1 UVUID IT AVI UOU VL batb. $1.00 and fl.50 per week, boaidif desired, dirtf Addre ii. u 'j.1118 umco. FOR RENT, 07C CROWN street. ' 0 Single house, eight rooms. JOHN C. PUNDBUFORD, my7tf Hi) Church Street. FOR RI5NT, CJBVEN room flat, "The Osmund," 1333 cnupel street, all modern improvements, Enquire ou premises or aplO tf itn WINTHROP AVENUE. FOR RUNT, ONE tenoment of 6 rooms, all modern con voa ieuces. One tenement of 4 rooms, gas and water. inquire on promises at myitt 64 EDWARDS STREET. FOR RENT. T ESIDENOE No. 81 Wall street, between XX Churoh and Orange streets ; now ooou ir.A m a u irn..i.... Nr ir..,.. tr Possesiiiou given May 1st, '95. Inquire vuu street. f28tf SAMUEL A. STEVENS. FURNISHED HOUSES TOH the summer. One of 9 rooms at Wood. JD bridge; one of 9 rooms at. West Haven shore; one of 7 rooms at West Haven shore. Apply at residence of the late John M. Lines, vvoouuriuge. or aaoress x. v. iiiswia, myyi tf Westville, Conn. For Safe or Exchangs, TWO furnished cottages In West HaVenj barn, bath houses; also several lots. A. D. PERKINS, alltf 18 Center Street. For Sale : The Fine Property NO. 185 CHURCH STREET, OPPOSITE tbe Groon, the residence of the late William Pitch: brown stone front dwelling house: brick stable Lot 00 feet rrontoy xn feet deep. Apply to JOHN B. FITCH, Executor, Ollico The W. & li. T. Fltob Co., dl9 tf No. 101 Hast street. EEAL ESTATE. CUV Thlilri?rt0 T.nfa Loans on City Property. EDWARD M. CLARK, 121 CHURCH STREET, Evenings T to 8. RoomU. SHORE COTTAGE AT Rocky Bench, near Woodmorrt, newly i-).....m,u vunuvu. wuu uui. ready for occupancy. Price tof-rlght parties $iaj tor the season. MERWIN'S Real Estate Offloe, my25 759 Chapel, street. IT HAS COME! i BEAT boom in Westville r"feal ostate, X Many new houses to be erected. Beauty of location and rapid transit the- cause. Competing eleotrio lines plaoe residents within fifteen minutes ot oitya center. ileal raoie lots lor suio. H.C.PARDEE, Jal8tf 128 Fountain street, Westville. FOR SALE, N BW two-family house on Sheffleld ave nue ; ail improvements. JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 119 Church street. Open evenings. ' FOR SALE, ( 3MALL farm near the city, well located 5 good rich soil, line view of Long Island ;uud ; cheap. GEORGE A. ISBELL, 708 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. FOR SALE. A GOOD PAYING HOUSE. Would take building lot of faro la ex- enaugo. R. E. BALDWIN, 818 Chapel street. dftw FOR RENT. Suites in tbe New Hotel "Ma1estlo': C'iAN be seoured from May 1st; (the house j will not be formally opened to the Dub lin till later.) Suites of throe rooms and private bathroom $7.00 per week and upward. Suites of two, throe, four, sir and seven rooms and bath at reasonanie prices. Also, iiata 01 Bix or even rooms una. oatns,, to rent in the- NORMAND1E, GAYINGIW ana duumjxiN. Bond ror descriptive circular. WM. and JOHN GAY. up 2 tf lilt Chapel street, FOR SALE, block bouse, center of theoity, paylniaper cent. Price $10. 000. FOR 8ale; A one-family house onJSlm street, FOR SALE, A one-family house Ini West Haven the greatest valued or that money In the: borough. Money To Loan In Sums to Suit L. G. HOADLEY, Boom 9, Hoadley Building, 40 Church St, Oince Open Evenings, FOR SALE. In answer to numerous inquiries the BONSILENB is For Sale. It is beauti fully located with shore front and suit able for private residenoe, genteel club house or a hotel. The right party can buy It low Will net ten per cent. Addresa-the owner, j 0. H. CLARK, Hartford, Or apply on the premises at Woodmont all 3m Two-family House; Ward Street, $4,500. Wtxnts. One Cent a Word each insertion, five cents a Word for a fuU Week, seven times. WANTED. B Y a dressmaker, to go out by the day f gooa outtor anu utter, uau or aonresi 25 COLLIS STREET. Torms reasonable. Jug If WANTED. MODEL maker and tool maker : also per son thoroughly familiar with drawing aud spinning sheet metuls. One competent to do all throe kinds of work preferred. jofl eodDt AddrosB X. Y, 'A, this offloe. WANTED, SITUATION by a young girl to do second wovltur light housework reoomoieuua tlon from present place. Jefl ltt it NICOLL STREET. WANTED, A SITUATION by a capable girl to do genoral housework. Inquire at present plauO. Jet) It , 89 HIGH STREET. WANTED, A SITUATION by a respectable girl to do light housework or second work In private family. Inquire at Jefl If 107 LIBERTY 6TRBET. WANTED, TiYayi oung woman, place as wet nnrse. H WliLilOTU: Ol ivriKT... WANTED, TWO competent girls, one as cook anil laundress, the other as second girl. Jo5Bf Apply at 70 W ALL STREET. WANTED. A SITUATION by willing girl la general nouBeworu. inquire m THMyLB STREET, WANTED, SITUATION to do general housework or second work: eltv references. o32tt 5)15 franklin street. WANTED, litL for generl housework, VT JetSt 1081 CHAPEL STRBBT. WANTED. MAN desires light work, montal or-tnan4 ual. , J T,F., - - ' .Jel-7t . ' V Conriepfflee. WANTED. AGENTS make $5 Daily ; Marvelous inven tion ; Retails 85 Cents;" 2 to 6 sold In a house : saniDle mailed free. Forsrbu & Mn. MAHJHlncinnatl, O. rntiw Wed tt WANTED, I;i VERYBODY needing servantsto call hera. Li We sunolv all the best. Ws have sorted out and discarded most of the useless olass. These seek new offices (where they are no known), whioh are springing op constantly. We havo been here years and use Judgment, selecting only those that will do the work re quired. We have the ilnest facilities and oan. serve you better than anyone else. HMfliOXMHtNT AUJBNUY, au8 ' 7J5 Chapel street. JJEAUTIFUL TEEET1I. THE CHOWH CF BEAUTY. A FULL SET Cli RUBBER, FIVE DOLLARS. Teeth filled with gold, $1 and'upwurels. Teeth tilled with silver, 75o. Teetli extraoted, SSc. Teeth extracted without pain, 50o. At tbe well known office of DR. Gk H. GIDNEY, 797 CHAPEL 8T.,Jflstablishea 1871. We're irrthe race to-win! To double our sales wc take the 6hort rnnA PrfCH 'ft, " closerthan ewer. The cost of everything down to the minimum. Wonderful values. We have the goods Tell all your friends and. come yourself Furniture, Carpets, Ranges, Crockery, etc. Cash or Credit BROWN & DURHAM, COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER 74-76 Orange St., Cor. Center. $1.00 in Cash paid for this Coupon to all purchases of '$10.00 worth or over. Journal and Courier. , JUNE INVESTMENTS. 25 shs Southern Now England Telephone, 25 shs Boston Elect ric Light. 10 shs N. Y., N. H. & Hartford. 1,000 Swift &Co,'sfl's. 5,000 Housatonlo 5's of 1037. 1,000 WaUingford, Cfc., t's. 5,000 Derby, Conn., 1's. 1,000 Winchester Ave. 'S. 2,000 Waterbury Traction Co, 5's. 3,000 Now Haven Steamboat Co. 0's, , . For sale by The Chas. W. Scranton Co., Investment Brokers, Hublnger Building, 840 Chapel street. Silver Springs Quick Freezing les CREAM SALT, 15c. por bag, also Rock Salt) by the bushel. Creamery Butter 5-lb, boxes. Durham Creamery in lb. prints. Del aware County in tub ami 1-3 lb, prints. Pot' ted Ham, Tongue, Chicken, Turkey, Canned Roast, and Corned Boof,, Nice old' Cheese. Fotf sale by U.-ti. COOPKli CO., Tele.-coll, 5;39-3. 470 Stuto Street, Yon See, Ii's Tins Way.