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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1895
,IeasliSOi
PRINTED
SILK,
tTwo solid weeks of
SILK Selling, and there
j is no let lip in sight.
One tells another and so the
fame of what we are doing has
spread a hundred miles.
Seems too good to be true
v that these beautiful PRINTED
Jf SiLKS from the celebrated
Cheney Mills can be sold at
such prices
33c. for the 22-inch,
39c. for the 24-inch.
P
I Muslim
Miideitwear.
Special selling for six days,
not a word needed, see the
j things, they tell a story of
$ money-saving that you'll be
glad, to hear.
Monday Gowns,
at special prices.
Tuesday Drawers,
at special prices.
. Wednesday Chemise,
at special prices,
Thursday Corset Covers,
at special prices,
Friday Skirts,
at snpri.il nrir.
r " j r -
I Saturday Lawn Waists,
Jr ' at special prices.
762 to 768 Chapel Street;
CHAS. H. BROMLEY,
,f AK.EH of Violins, 'Double llosos, oto.
Now and Old Violin9 for sale. Hopalr
lxig a specialty. Bows rohalrod. Instruction
Klvon on the Violin. Terms moderate.
sUf 25UORCHABDST., Now HavenCt
Security Insurance Co.
- vx jn-ew haven.
OFFICE 87 CENTER STREET.
Caull AseeU Jan. 1, 1805, eC03,033.30.
1HBECTOR3:
Chas.S. Leeta, Cornelius Plerpoat,
Jns. D. DeweU, A. C. Wilcox,
.H.Mason, Joel A.Sperry,
K. G. Btoddsrd, 8.E.Merwin,
Wm.H. Tyler? ' John W. Ailing;
T. Attwater Barnes.
I CHA3.S.LEET15, H. MASON,
President, Secretary.
JJJ.DEWELL, B, C. FULLEK,
i Vloe President, Ass't. beorstary.
ialeod J
JAPANESE AND CHINA.
Just received a fine line of Japanese and China
MATTINGS.
Japanese Carpets, Japanese Rugs,
Japanese Mats, Japanese Bamboo Curtains,
Japanese Grass Cushions, Japanese Hammocks.
CARPET WAREROOMS
EL B, PERRY, 914 Chapel Street.
: :
Pi. HorsW al S. E Stat
It 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 biscuits 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
free with each can of the
our cooks in to
lostoii Grocery,
N. A. FULLERTON, Proprietor.
Branca Store, 1331 Chnpel street. . 1
IS TUB BRAND.
We are Sole Agents for its sale
in New Haven.
It is a superb all-round Family Flour.
Its first introduction. What more impor
tant among eatables? We believe this
brand of Flour equal to, if not belter
than, any Flour for sale in this market.
Our "Ilaxall" is already well estab
lished.
Ch UTTER is another eatable that is
important
Our Cakes of Creamery now 25c. per lb.
Our j and to-lb. boxes, 24c. per lb.
CHOICE TEAS AND COFFEES
a specialty.
411 and 413 State St., Cor. Court.
FIELD GLASSES.
Botany Instruments
AND MATERIAL,
With special reference to the require
ments of colleges and schools.
Spectacles, and Eyeglasses
Made to order and carefully
adjusted.
REPAIRING Neatly and Promptly
Ezeouted.
E. L WASHBOM & CO.,
84 Church Street
next. It "will pay you to
book and biscuit cutter
Powder. Please send
926 Chapel St
I
(pal Goads
Microscops, -Barometers,
Ttaoiters
COMING OVER THE OCEAN
OXFORD AXD VAMDUIDGE'S C1IAL
IEXQES for ALE AXD HARVARD.
Text of the Oxroid-Cumbrklire Letter
Suggestion Concerning the Kventa
Yule Ciew to Prepare to Meet Oxford.
London, June 17. Following are the
challenges' sent by the Oxford and Cam
I bridge university athletic clubs to th
Yale and Harvard clubs, which are on
the way to America by mail and should
reach New York by the steamer Ger
manic on June 20. An identical chal
lenge was sent to each of the American
universities
"Hertford College.Oxford, June 10, 1895,
To the captain of the Yale (Harvard)
Athletic Association:
Dear Sir: A joint committee of th
Oxford University Athletic club and the
Cambridge University Athletic club at
a conference held at Oxford resolved to
send a challenge to the universities of
Yale and Harvard, inviting them to par
take in an athletic competition to take
place in America at some date in th
autumn as may mutually be agreed
upon. The committee considered the
possibility of sending a Joint team in
the middle of July, but on going into
the question, found lt would not be
practicable because some of the best
athletes would be unable to leave Eng.
land at that time,, being detained by
the public examinations, while others
who had already engaged themselvei
to take part in the forthcoming compo.
tltlon of the London Athletic club ver
sus the New York Athletic club were
not prepared to go to America in July
and also in September. You will see,
therefore, that our only course was
to suggest to you an autumn meeting,
which may come before or come after
the fixture already agreed upon between
the London Athletic club and the New
York Athletic club, as may hereafter
be deemed best.and we send a challenge
subject to all the preliminaries, being
satisfactorily arranged
We would suggest that the program
contain the following events:
Flat races 110 yards dash, mile
run, mile run, mile run ana three
mile run.
Hurdle races 120 yards, one accord
ing to English rules and one according
to American rules
High jump, long Jump, hammer
throwing and weight putting.
"We shall be glad to be favored with
your reply at your earliest convenience
as all arrangements have to be con
eluded before the end of this term,
Yours very truly,
W. J. Oakley, President of the Oxford
University Athletic Club.
F. S. Horan, President of the Cam
bridge University Athletic Club.'
WHAT MR. SHERRILIi SAY?.
New York, June 17. Charles C. Sher-
rill, jr., a member of the Yale Graduate
Advisory committee, when shown the
text of the Oxford-Cambridge challenge
to Yale and Harvard, cabled to this
country by the Associated Press, cx-
pressed the belief that the American
universities would win If the challenge
were accepted. He pointed out that
this year Yale had Richards In the 100
yards and quarter mile events, whom
they did not have last year, end Har
vard could be depended upon to win
the high jump with Paine. While Mr.
Sherrill would have preferred that this
International Inter-collegiato contest
had been fixed for July Instead of the
fall, he would be glad, personally, If
the contest did take place and he favor
ed the challenge being accepted.
WHAT MR. DAY SAYS.
A copy of the challenge was delivered
to Sherman Day, the newly elected
president o the Yale Athletic assocla
tion, this afternoon by a representative
of the Associated Press. President Day
received it with evident pleasure and
said: "While it is impossible for me to
state definitely at this time what will
be done. I can see no reason why it
should not be accepted. Bui under
stand, I cannot speak authoritatively.
When the challenge has arrived the
matter will then come up before'our as
sociation for official consideration. We
shall then- Inform our alumni and will
be largely governed by their advice
I presume that our association will ad
vise with the Harvard Athletic associa
tion, but all this dppends on circum
stances. It Is likely that the whole mat
ter of dealing with the challenge will
also be referred to the U. T. C. A. In
that cas It will be taken out of the
hands of the undergraduates. I do not
wish to say anything at this time that
will prejudice Yale's position In the
future, but I can say this much, that
Yale Is perfectly willing to take part
In the proposed games."
FROM OTHER SOURCES.
Captain Sheldon of the Yale Athletic
team, when Interviewed last evening
In regard to the reported receipt of the
challenge from Oxford and Cambridge,
said that he had received no official In
formation on the subject. He refused
to say anything further concerning the
proposed contests with the English uni
versities.
The athletic team is not at present In
training as a team, although some of
the Individual members are working
a little, among them. Captain Sheldon,
who expects to enter several games
after the close of college.
George W. B. Wade, president of the
'95 association, said that Yale will not
take any official action in the matter
until the challenge itself arrives,
CHAKTER OAK PARK KILLED,
A Meeting to be Hold to Consider the Ques
tion to Close,
Hartford, June 17. The failure of the
pool bill amendment to pass the house
last week ihas practically ended the ex
istence of the Charter Oak Plark asso
ciation, On Saturday evening the di
rectors of the association held a meet
ing and decided to declare off the races
announced for this year. They also de
cided to issue la, caM for a meeting of the
stockholders of the association to deter
mine whether or not the affairs of the
association shall foe wound up.
Prominent Man Killed,
New Orleians, June 17. An explosion
occurred at the Union cotton press
works at 10 o'clock this mornlmg. Clem
Penrose, one o'f the best known men in
the olty and part owner of the Union
Cotton Press, was instantly killed by the
explosion. It Is reported that a number
of others were badly hurt.
Decided to Resign
Vienna, June 17. The Austrian caibl-
net has decided to resign in aonsequence
of their Internal dissensions. -
COURT CASES ASSIGNED
COXSIDERADLH JiVSIXKSS FOR THE
COURTS WRING THIS WEEK,
Superior and Common l'loua Court Will be
In Session All This Week Prifonera 114511(1
Guilty Jury in the City Court-Other
Court News of the Bay.
In the superior court, civil side, be
fore Judge Prentice, the following cases
have been assigned for trial this week
Tuesday.June 18 Leete vs. the South
ern New England Telephone company,
on trial.
Wednesday, June 19 Ezeklel G. Stod
dard, trustee, vs. Prince & Whltely,
als. Deloy vs. Deloy. Monson vs. Mon
son.
Thursday Sargent & Co. vb. Tuttle,
collector. Whiting's appeal from pro
bate.
COMMON PLEA'S, CIVIL SIDE,
Irt the common pleas court, civil side.
before Judge Studley, the following
court cases have been assigned for trial
Wednesday, June 19 Hiram Jacobs,
treasurer, vs. Thomas McCoy, et al.
Thursday, June 20 R. L. Rose com
pany vs. John W. Nolan.
Friday, June 21 S. D. Bartlett vs
Charles Gibney, et ux. Dennis Tuttle
vs. New York, New Haven and Hart
ford railroad.
Tuesday, June 25 The W. A. Beckley
Co. vs. Wilbur E. Beach. P.
Conrt of Common Picas Criminal Side
The June term of the common pleas
court came in yesterday with Judge
Hotchklss on the bench and a jury,
In the absence of Prosecuting Attorney
Giuin, ex-Judge W. B. Stoddard prose
cuted. John N. Bush of Westvlll
pleaded guilty to keeping a disorderly
house.and was fined $50 and costs,whlch
he paid. Lizzie Allen, who was captur
ed In the raid at the Westville Club
house, forfeited her bonds of $150, furn
ished by M. Schwaner. Edward A,
Beaulah pleaded guilty to using abusive
language to Officer George J. Murphy
and was fined $1, which he paid with
costs, amounting to jui.sb. The case
against Charles Gibson of Branford
charged with stealing a loaf of ginger
bread, was nolled on payment of costs,
Frederick uo'neii or Fair street was
found guilty by the jury of having as
saulted, Joseph Thomas, was fined $
and costs, which he went to jail to
work out. Court then adjourned until
10 o'clock this morning.
FOR A RECEIVERSHIP.
Application was made yesterday to
Judge Baldwin of the supreme court
bench for the appointment of a receiv
er for the New Haven Heatin3 and
Plumbing company of Court street. F,
S. Strong was appointed temporary re
ceiver. The assets and liabilities are
placed at $30,000 each.
City Conrt Criminal Side Judge How.
Peter Keane, drunk, judgment sus
pended, breach of peace, nolle; Lewis
Fisher, defrauding boarding house
keeper, continued until June 24; Eugene
Barlbault, non support, bond of $150
given to guarantee tvlfe $8 a week
Frank H. Reynolds, drunk and theft
from person, continued until June 19
Charles sr. Church, theft, bound over
to superior court; Frederick Root, theft
continued until June 20; Charles D.
Church, non support, bond of $90 ordered
to guarantee wife $3 a week; Francisco
Vascalo, overdriving a horse, $5 fine.
$9.06 costs; Archie Houdi, breach of
peace, $3 fine, $4.40 costs; Garrett Sulley
breach of peace, $3 fine, $4.40 costs
Mary A. Smith, keeping house of ill
fame, continued until June 20; Eleanor
Dunn, lascivious carriage, $15 fine, $8.37
costs; William W. Douglass, lascivious
carriage, $7 fine, $6.37 costs; Edward C.
Mlnlce, Harry Hicks, Daniel H. Reddin
Charles E. Porter, obstructing sidewalk,
Judgment suspended in each case.
TRIALS BY JURY.
A Jury will be empanelled In the city
court, civil side, next Monday. Among
the cases already assigned- for trial
are those of Jacob Frledel vs. C. M
Rexroth, John J. Clerkln, assignee, vs,
the New Haven Web company, and
Adolph Wolplan vs. Poter J. Kelly.
WILLS OF B. ROGOWSKI AND DR,
WHEAT ADMITTED TO PROBATE.
The will of the late Bernhard Ro
gowskl, the milliner, was admitted to
probate yesterday by Judge Cleaveland
Ex-Judge A. II. Robertson, acting for
the estate, swore to the execution' of the
Willi having been a witness to it.
In the will Mrs. Sophia Rogowskl, Al
bert B. Rogowskl and Mark L. Rogow
skl of 'Paterson, N. J., were named as
xeeutrlx and executors respectively,
and Judge Cleaveland confirmed their
appointment. The property Is all di
vided among the members of the fam
ily. How large 'an estate wag left is
mot yet known, but lt Is believed to be
In the neighborhood of from $S0,000 to
$100,000. 1
The will of the late Dr. Jerome B,
Wheat was also admitted to probate.
ThlB estate aggregates from '$75,000 to
$100,000 and Is divided between the
widow, Helen Wheat, and five chll-
ren. Mrs. Wheat was appointed ex
ecutrix.
DECLARED INSOLVENT.
In the probate court yesterday morn
ing Theron E. Robinson, wholesale feed
dewier on State street, was declared in
solvent, upon the application of the
Minneapolis Flour Manufacturing com
pany. The hearing on the appointment
of a trustee was set for next Thurs
day. MBDICIXE I1T BREAD.
Ir. S. K. Jackson. ,
The acids most generally employed In
baking powders for the purpose of libe
rating the gas are the sulphuric (alum)
nd tartaric (cream tartar) which are
objectionable for the reason that their
salts possess medicinal properties and
produce Upon the human system, effects
which may not be needed at the time,
or at least as often: as food is taken; for
no one would like to take a dose of med
icine every time he eats bread. It was
happy thought of Prof. Horsford that
suggested the employment of an acid,
(phosphoric) which, while it sets free
the carbonic gas, also restores to the
flour much of its nutrient ingredients
which were lost in Its manufacture.
This, together with the fact that lt com
municates no unpleasant taste, and at
the same time effectually secures the
purpose of all baking powders, should
commend his preparation to all desiring
palatable and wholesome bread.
D11JJIATURR ALMANAC,
JUNE 18.
SDN Risks. 4:18
Sun Sets, 7:27
Moon Rises. Hioii Watek.
DEATHS.
ELMS In this city, June 17. at 03 St.John
titieet, Vrurik 1'. - Kills.
1'unnral v oduosdu? ut 9:30 a.m. from St. Pat-
riu& a onuruu.
UIAHIJilS LIST.
H&FOUT OF nUvVHAVKN.
ARRIVED.
Soh Z. Sherman, Chambers, Nowport News
coal to UK.
Seh J. lit VanThisen, Lear, Norfolk, lumber.
Sch X. W. 11. Willie, Maxwell, do. do.
Bcli Ernest T. Leo, Rawllng, Calais, (lumber
to DeVureot & Hotulikms) fur N. Y.
Soli Robert Snow, Wilson, Baltimore, shells.
oon uiuiuiiiou (iir.j Mitonou, cmuioe, J.
u.uuiuur iu luuusueiu i- sou; lor a. x
f CLEAKKD.
Soh Bayard Barnes, Mehaffoy, Nowport
wows.. .
FOUND,
A
VALUABLE musical instrument. Own-
nun Have same by provlnir property.
Call at
(J()I8 ltt)
60 PLATT STREET.
FOIl SALE.
OHETLAND pony and Docodo cart, seating
lour cimuruu,
;P18 ir.- 7 UHKJSiNH BTHEHT,
TO RENT.
UPPF.lt flat. No. 18 Brown street, to adults
only: modern Improvements: S17.0II. In-
qulroatlcrfl (jolH-ttf) V. 11. 11ALOWIN.
FOR KENT.
mllmi) and fourth door. 8111 Chapol street,
JL together or snparute; has been used as a
pnoiogrupu ganeiy.
WILLIAM H. REECHER.
JolStf
1 Center street.
AUCTION SALE
HOUSEHOLD (roods at 1TO Bristol streot,
Thursday. June JSUtb. 10 a.m.: Parlor
suit, stove, dining room lurulture, chamber
suts, folding bed, carpets, runge, refrigera
tor, laiby carrluge, etc. H. H. MALLORV,
j(jttat. iinUoneer.
$850. SECOND MORTGAGE,
I mi-, K.i ti interest.
jeH If
BOX 693.
BEGINNING JUNE 15th.
WE close Saturdays at noon.
MALLORY'S
jol3 7U Old Curiosity Shop.
FOR SALE.
TWENTY-FIVE extra nice cows,
L. A. GHANNLSS.
J17 7tt Kant Haven.
HERMAN WALTER.
"AIIIXEX maknr. All work doue bv hand.
y French polishing, furniture repairing.
...a F.r..4 .....1 -..in fjiun u lcu Airi.-no
JhIO Ut New Haven. Conn.
FOR SALE.
A FIRST-CLASS Bcooud-iiand Tlrookett
Jl Tuttle pbaelon. in excellent order and
nuusuully eomtortuule ; a doslraule bargain
in every way. uu uesoen at
jetr 4ow imahklu av kin u k.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
MR. Milton H. Bradley was admitted
member of ourllrm June 1st, 18U5.
.1013 JfKN I'JUHil uu.
AUCTION SALE
TI OUSEHOLD (roods at 114 Howe street.
XX Tuesday. June 13th. 10 a.m.: Parlor
suit, fine, chamber sets and other furniture.
carpeiH, sewiuir niueniucs, aoflK, pending, oto.
jeiniii,- n. u. jhaijIjuui ".Aucitioiiecr
District of Ne Haven, as. Probate Curt,l
Kuv.m .Ton. 17 t
TESTATE of JOHN L. LITTLE, late of ifew
JJi tlitvtiu, in said dlxtrlot. d "council.
Tho Court of Probata for the dlstrlot of
Now Haven hutu limited and allowed six
months from tho dale hereof for the creditors
of suld estate to exhibit their claims for set
tlement. Those, who iiegleet to present tholr
aoiiounls. pionorly uttusted. within said tlmo
will on debarred a recovery. All nersons in-
aeot-cu in suiu estate aro requested to maao
immediate payment to
joinsiuwr u. v , jLi x I lvi-j, Kxecntor.
District of New Haven, us. Proiiftto Court,!
New lliiven. -Time 17th. IM.j. I
TESTATE of JOSEPH A. OltANNISS, late of
IU liuumcn. In said d in tile t. deceased.
Pursuant lo an order from the Court of
Probate for said district, will he wold at pub.
lie auction to the highest bidder, on tho
lHth day of June, A, IX, 18115, at 10 o'clock in
wiu iuicuouu luiuuat previuuniy uinposuu or
at Private sulci, tlm followlmr real estatnnf
said deceased, situated In the town of Now
iiavea, via :
A lot of vacant land on both sides of Wood.
ward avenue. In tho town of New Haven.
Halo to take place at oflleo of Clark, Swan
wake, unurun street, in said JNcw Haven.
.terms uiuuujtnown nr time ot wile.
CHARLES E. URANNISS,
Jel81t . Executor.
358
Quinnipiac Street,
$5,000.
When You Are Beady.
To clean house send for us to take up.
clean and relay your carpets. Nothing
so detrimental to good health as
unclean carpets. By sending your car
pets to the Forsyth company you are
assured of having them returned to you
as clean as new carpets. apl5 tf
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorla.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorla.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castorla.
A Wedding Breakfast of
WHEATINE !
A delicious hot weather Food
S. Hi Street & Co., M'frs.
FOR KENT,
T71URNIRHED, two connecting front rooms
.1.'
joiotr
420 T14MPLE STREET.
TO ItKMT,
FURNISHED house for the summer,
jeir 7t Iuquire at 75 1IKOAOWAY.
FOR RENT.
"VTEW house: six rooms, lirst floor! hard-
wood rtnish. hot wator. heat, curtained
ana screened tin-ouifiimit: cars uaus tue aoor;
$18.1H) per month. Inquire owner.
3011 m; ins sntiijTDW avkwuk.
FOR RKNT,
"ITTIIOLB house. No. 31 Lvon street, with
t'V all modern imurovouients. Inquire at
jolltf 138 UNION.
FURNISIIKI) ROOM WITH BOARD,
ljOR two, $11.00; also two rooms with use ot
rooms with uae or
or weok, bourd if
mj uacu, si.uu aua 1-i.ou per wcok, douiu
bath. SI.UO and 1.50
desired. Address
Jli. u xius UlllOO.
dl7tf
SIIOKK RESIDENCE FOR RENT,
)yster
Lomr
Island Sound. West shore eleotrlo curs puss
me aoor. Appiyro
mySUtf
f ANT .fe MAIN, West Haven.
FOR KENT,
Q.NB tenement of 0 rooms, all modern oon
1 venienoea.
ne tenement of 4 rooms, eas and water.
Inquire on premises at
FOR RENT.
RESIDENCE No. 31 Wall street, between
Church and Ovanne streets j now oocu
pled by Mr. 8. H. Jloseley, New Haven House.
PoshcbhIoii given May 1st. 'US. Inquire X
Wall stroet.
f.'S tf
SAMUEL A. STEVENS.
FURNISHED HOUES
FOR the summer. One of 9 rooms at Wood
brldire: one of 0 rooms at West Haven
shore; one of 7 rooms at West Haven shore.
Apply at residence of the lat e John M. Lines,
Woodhrldge, or addross T. C. LEWIS,
my:.'7 tf Wi-stvlllo, Conn.
FOR SALE,
Dock Property and, Water Front
Farm. -
FINE house and 7 outbuildings, 27 no res
choice land on the Connecticut river.
opposite the town of Ebscx ; St.SM, half cash.
jemmi in-iUMAJi th u um, r;nsex, uonn.
FOR RENT.
FROM July 1st, the lino brick dwolltng
house luU York street: 13 rooms: all mod.
Iern improvouients. Ouo of the best locations
iu this city. Inquire at
mucus ruuiu t-Ait i. una,
JelStt 700 Chapel street.
FOR SALE,
IrpWO-family house on Bishop street; lm
JL provemeuts.
JOHN C. PUNDERFORD,
116 CUuroh street.
Open evenings.
For Sale or Exchange,
IrTYVVO furnished cottages in West Haven;
I JL barn, bath houses; also several lots.
A. D. PERKINS,
alltf ' 18 Center Street.
HOTEL PROPERTY.
TTOR salo,
one of the best stands in this
only one In the town : would
JC seotlou,
aooept small Improved proporty In part pay
ment. A 1 opportunity for too rlirht man.
who knows how to manage a hotel.
GEORGE A. ISBELL,
708 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn.
Fop Sale: Tho Fine Property
NO. 185 CHURCH STREET.
""VPPOSITE the Groon, tho resldenos of the
into nullum jntcu; Drown alone front
dwelling hoiiso; brick stable. Lot 00 tout
iront oy kij teat aeop. Apply to ,
JOHN B. FITCH, Executor,
Ollioe Tho W. K. T. Fitoh Co.,
dlO tf No. 151 East street.
"DEAL ESTATE.
X f!lfv ThiilfHno-T.nfa
Loans on City Property.
EDWARD M. CLARK,
Vll CHUHCH. STREET.
Evenings T to 8. Room IS.
SHORE COTTAGE
I T Rooky Beach, near Woodmont, newly
x- painted, splendid location, and .now
I ready for occtipanoy.
Price to rlght'partles
I tor tne season
MERWIN'S
ileal Estate Ofnoo.
758 Chapel street.
my25
IT HAS COME!
I RE AT boom in Westvillo real estatB.
IX Many now houses to be erected.
jeauty or location ana rapid transit the
cause.
Compettnjr elcctrlo lino place residents
wit hin nttoen minutes or city s center.
jjesiruuie iuui rur suie.
H. C. PARDEE.
JalStf , 122 Fountain street. Westville.
FOR SALE,
XXOTOEon First avenue. West Havon.with
I num. itum uiu nu.wt .uu muiV nw.
I from electric cars; $3,600.
CHAS.D.NICOLL &CO.,
82 Church streot (Benedict Building), room 15,
Evenings from 7 to 8.
FOR SALE,
A GOOD PAYING HOUSE.
Would toka a building lot or farm la ex-
cnauge.
R.E.BALDWIN,
MS Chapel stroot.
Shore Cottage For Rent.
ONE of the most desirable cottages at
Indian Nock, fully furnished; two
acres of ground; private bathing benoh;
nine rooms, besides separate kitchen; plnster
tW throughout; ront,$400 for tho Boason,
CHARLES II. WEBB,
850 Chapel Street.
Monday and Saturday evenings.
THE B0NSILENE
just the place for a lnrga family, a
genteel boarding-house or olub. The
looation is unsurpassed ; sloping
and ample grounds ; a park iu
front; near tonnls oourt. Upper and
lower piazzas ; airy rooms, and elegant
largo dining room. Immediate posses
sion ; terms easy. Price low. Fifty
feet of shore front.
Have also only one building lot un
sold In the half olrolo of cottages,
facing the park ; size 90x125.
O. H. CLARK,
ol5 Mt
FOR SALE.
A one-family house in West Haven.
The greatest value for the money In the
borough.
FOlt SALE A blockhouse, oenteror
the city, paying 15 per cent.
FOR SAIiE Olt RENT -An eight-
room furnished shore oottage at Indian
Neck.
FOR RENT A central flat, seven
rooms, all improvements.
Money To Loan In Sums to Suit.
L. G. HOADLEY,
i Boom 2, Hoadloy Building, 4.9 Cliuroh- SU
OUlee opeu Jbveulns ,
WXmits.
One Cent a Word each Insertion, live
cents a Word for A full Week, seven
times.
WANTED.
A SITUATION by a neat young girl to do
second or seamstress; no objection to
going into the country. Call
18 YORK STREET,
JolSltT Corner of South.
WANTED,
A SITUATION by a respectable girl to do
housework in a small private family. In-.
quire at. (jelH lt5) Itti WALLACE 8TKKKT.
WANTED,
SITUATION as cook In small family; good
rotorenco. Inquire
jnlHlt IlB ADELINE STREET.
WANTED,,
SITUATION by a respectable girl la
Ken cral housework. Inquire
A
Join ItH 110 PORTS EA STREET.
WANTED.
4CA1
reft
. sat
CAPABLE iclrl for ironoral housework::
references required.
LIT) WAliLl B't'KBBT.
WANTED.
BY a oompetont woiimu, a situation to do
orussiut iu K'enoral housework in the
oountry; good reforonce. Inquire at
jcia at- mi uulumuum a v km u is.
AV ANTED,
BY a lady leavl ng town , a situation for her
maid for general housework. Call at
gt" i)t!0 OKURUW HTKEMT.
WANTED,
rira
Xlj of a branch bouso controlling wholesale
and retail trade for NAHCOTI-CURE ; splen
did opening ; worth KJ.01H) a year to right per
son. Only those with $.100 cash and good ref
erences need apply lor interview.
THE NARCOTI CHEMICAL CO.,
Jcl7 it BpringlU-ld, Mass. t
WANTED.
SITUATION by an exporienoed ladyboqk.
keeper; references. Address.
J014 7t8 HWIKKKKl'liH, This umee.
WANTED,
OITUATIONS for good hoi
in, nil Kinds,
D city and ehoro. MRS. 11 ABU.
jeiu xon jai court strop t.
WANTED.
COMPETENT wood and metal pattern
maker. Je7 tf C. COWLES & CO.
- WANTED,
AYOTJN1 man as bookkeeper, one who
understands architectural drawings
preferred. Address, with references.
jniudieoa r. u. iiua. ino. lia. ;
WANTED,
EVERYBODY needingservantsto oall here.
We supply all the best. We have sorted
out and discarded most of the nucleus olaiu.
Those seek new offices (where they are not
Known;, wiuoa are springing up constantly.
We have been hero years ana use judgment.
selecting only those that will do the work re
quired. We have the nnest facilities and Oia
serve you better thnn anyone else.
u8 '175 Chapel street.
NOTICE.
New Haven. Juno 13th, 1S5.
A SPECIAL meeting of the stockholders
of the New Haven Water Company will
be held at, tho otllce of the company Tuesday,
the Itfth day of June, 1895, at i o'clock in.,
for tue purpose of accepting the amendment
to the charter of the company nussed at tho
prosent session ot the General .Asst-mMy of
this State. ELLSWORTH I. FOOTK,
Jol44t beoretary.
FENWICJK HALL,
Saybrook Point, Conn.
Delightfully Situated on Long
Island Sound,
At the mouth of tho Connecticut river.
OPEN JUNK g7th. j151m
BEAUTIFUL TEEETII.
THE CROWN CF
BEAUTY.
A FULL SET Oil
RUBBER, .
FIVE DOLLARS.
Teeth filled with (fold, $1 and upwards.
Tooth flllod with silver, 75o. ,
Teeth extracted, 25c.
Teeth extracted without pain, 50o.
At t he welt known oiHos of
DR. G. H. GIDNEY,
797 CHAPEL STi Established 1871.
ttatli
Ion Tit
Of a horse going down
the street , laughing ?
You would be filled
with as much surprise
should you see our
drives in
Cottage
Furniture
Especially appropriate
for shore houses. Our
prices on these goods
are low enough to make
the most sedate horse
laugh.
BROWN & DURHAM
COMPLETE HOUSE
FURNISHEr a
74-73 Orange St., Cor. Center V

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