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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. MONDAY. MAY 4, 180C
,T lefcflS01lS I! j'Jo Induce YoutoSfioD The Coming Week, Yards of First-Class Silks, at lower prices than ever before named: 1 ' 15.000 yards of Taffetas. 7,000 " Jndias. 4,000 " Satins. 3,000 " Gros Grains. 1,000 ' Wash Silks. 30,000 yards, '25 T $1.2? a Yard. Such a Showing ' As never graced the counters of a shop in New Haven before. Across the rf: Sis,; 'from the - The Dress Goods Offer You: Zefefine Navy, ' Havanna and Black, 52-inch, at At $1.50 a yard. Fashionable and scarce, 48-inch, at $1.50. 30,000 ICfotfit ICfieviot iCfieck. liDoJ-J-ppn Choice and rare pat vj aLLUl II tern g00(js, at mark- Dresses, down prices s. $15.00 to $29.50 , , a pattern. 50 Cents a yard, ' A good assortment of Colored Wool Materials-marked down from 69 cents. . in the Wash Goods Department. Spiral Dress Ginghams, 8c, but they look like 25c. : ginghams. Seersucker Ginghams at 6c; you usually pay 10c, but 'tis exceptional. Merrimack Prints at 5c," lowest ' price ever before quoted was 6c. Summer Weight Outing Cloths at 8c, well known at 12 cents. Summer Lawns in beautiful patterns at 10c You'll wonder how they can be sold at the money. ; Windsor Percales at 2 cents. We counted nearly two hundred patterns, quite a choice. French Percales, the gen uine 25c a yard doubt if you'll find them in other stores. Two Items From our busy lining De partment. East Indian Grass Cloth,' the Ideal . Sleeve Stiffening, 50c a roll, enough for one pair of sleeves. Real Russian Hair Cloth,' . at 25c a yard. This Is under price. DstricFi Boas. New, just from the makers? Pure black, beautiful curl. Just the thing for the spring. Nothing so comfortable and useful as the Ostrich Feather; Boas. 'mm 62 to 768 Chapel Street, THE. ACCOMPANYING CUT """ww REPRESENTS THE " Licbotschaiicr Lager Beer," made by the Genesee Brewing Co, It is made from the best German Hops and Canada Malt ; bottled at the I5rewery under the Iggjglgjp supervision of those who make it (as all first-class Beer should be), to prevent mix ture with cheapergrades. We have held the sole agency for its sale the past 15 years, and we believe that it has no superior. DBF ?i.oo PER DOZEN. -S Just received from Ver mont fancy New Maple Syrup in gallon cans, and New Maple Sugar. TJiese are high grade goods and strictly pure. Try our Fancy Porto Rico Molasses and you will be pleased with it. If you wish to make de licious Dessert Jelly use Bromangelou or Trypho sa, the new powdered Gel atine. It is made instant ly, and we have it in Or ange, Lemon, Raspberry and Strawberry flavors. Bromangelou, 13c. Tryphosa,-10c.- - Special Prices at our Candy Counter. Jelly Beans, 10c. G-ood Mixed, 10c. The finest Chocolates, sold elsewhere at 60c, our price 40c. Many other bargains. Boston Grocery, N. A. FULLERT0N, PROPRIETOR, 926 Chapel Street, corner Temple. Telephone 451. Branch Store and Market, 1331 Chapol St. Spring Millinery, Fresh and Stylish, Goods. Advance designs in Ilats, Toques, Bonnets and Turbans for Spring, also Sailor, Bioyole, ' Traveling and English Walking Hats. Mrs. Mulloy will be glad to give her patrons the advantage of her experi ence in selecting the styles and arrang ing tho trimmings. MRS. K R. MULLOY, 179 Orange Street, cor. Court street. m . WALL PAPER Will make or mar the appearance of your home., It matters not how artistic or how rich the carpets, furniture and drapery, poor paper badly hung will spoil the ef fect. There is Wall Paper that is cheap (apparently) but which is dear in the end. There is good paper sold cheap. That's the kind we hare. Call and see our as sortment. Beautiful designs. H. B. PERRY, 914 Chapel Street Entertainments. UVriSRION'. To-night at the Hyperion tho single performance ot C. B. Jefferson, Klaw & Erlangcr's favorite production, "Palm er Cox's Brownies," In honor of Yale, will' occur. This will probably bo the farewell time of "The Brownies" In New Haven, anil the house will un doubtedly bo packed to the doors. All the pretty plrls In "The Brownies" will be seen, and they will receive a hearty welcome. The flying ballet, the dance of the Oriental slaves, tho demon-acrobats, German band, and all the striking old features will be seen, as well as many new ones fully in keeping with the production. Mr. Cox will probably be present at to-night's notable per formance. Sale of seats now open. Prices $1.00. 75c. Tho all star cast In "The Rivals" Wednesday evening next. There are still some good seats left. The orches tra will be placed on the stage Wed nesday evening, and. the orchestra space will have fifty extra chairs, which will be sold at $5. Those chairs are placed for the convenience of those who want to sit near the actors and gain a good view of them. The sale of seats for these extra chcalrs opens this morning at tho box office. Prices, $5 $3.50, $2.50, $1.50, $1. OHAMD OPERA HOUSE. - The supplementary season at the Grand opera house opens this evening with Miss Jane Coombs In "Bleak House." The performance will oe re peated Tuesday and Wednesday even ings. An exchange says: Miss Jane Coombs in the dual role of Lady Ded lock and Hortense achieved the great est triumph of her life. She was a liv ing representatlon.and the auditor soon loses consciousness of the fact that he Is witnessing a play, and feels that the living scenes are being enacted before his eyes.' Tulklnghorn, Sweet Esther Summerson and "Little Jo," who must "move on" in every city from pillar to post, until he can move no more! The characters Dickens portrayed, the peo ple on the boards last night presented. Those who have not read "Bleak House" should do so at once. It Is a work necessary to a complete educa tion. It- is fascinating from frontis piece to finish, and impresses Itself be yond the chisel of effacing time. Krook, his rag and bottle den, the ghost's walk, the flight, the death, and OM Mother Hubbard Wi'nt to the cupboard For a can of iLe viuei When he Rot there The cupboard wus bare ; So she went out and bought two. , Dollar saving is easy with Le Page's (llue. It is the strongest kttovm, and the most flexible; you can mend even leather with it and anything else about the house. Alwoys ready! No boiling nor messing. It "sets" slowly; you can put things smoothly together; then they "stay put:' The United States Government names Le Page's Glue as the standard in the official reauisitions. It won't stain the most delicate material, because it has no add In it. , u It is Quite as Important that Spectacles AND Eyeglasses BE ADJUSTED TO FIT THE FACE AND BEING THE LENSES PROP' ERLY BEFORE THE EYES, AS THAT THE OCULIST SHOULD SE LECT A LENS OF THE CORRECT POWER OR PRESCRIBE THE PROPER REMEDY TO RESTORE THE IMPAIRED VISION. OUR MANUFACTURING AND FITTING IS DONE BY EXPERTS OF LONG EXPERIENCE, WHO TAKE SPECIAL PAINS TO PROP ERLY ADJUST EVERY PAIR OF GLASSES SOLD BY US. THE FEE WHICH PROPERLY BELONGS TO THE OCULTST IS NOT ADDED TO THE PRICE OF OUR GLASSES, AND WE MAKE OUR CUSTOM ERS NO CHARGE FOR RE-AD JUSTING. REPAIRING NEATLY AND PROMPTLY EXECUTED. E. L. & OPTICIANS, 84 Church and 61 Center streets, the falling biiow, the mystery ot after life guzlns back at the skeleton, tho dignity, the grandeur, tho squalor, avid the burning years of youth flung buck, with disgrace stalking and tho com monplace mingled with the lnllnlte. Bleak House" has it all. It is a won derful play, perfectly acted. Matinees Tuesday and Wednesday. "lYr. 1U11". will be the attraction the last three days next week. MatlneeH Friday aiid Saturday. It will be pre sented now for the first time at popular prices. Isham's Octoroons are coming to New Haven for one week. row's WONDKHl.AND THEATER. Prof. Macart's great clog and monkey circus, a most extraordinary exhibition of animal intelligence, comes this week. Among tho doga is one that gives the Midway dance, going through all the muscular contortions shown by the most skillful Turkish dancer. In the monkey collection is included a cynoce phalus baboon, which is tho largest ani mal of the monkey species ever train ed and which acts as property man during the circus, carrying on and off the stage everything used by the other monkeys and dogs. Among the special ty artists engaged is Miss Katio Rooney, the favorite daughter of the lamented Pat Rooney. Miss Rooney was associated with her father on the stage almost from her childhood, and during the later years of his life was starred with him on the bills, and the picture she gives of him is perfectly true to the life. Others on the bill are Jeromo and Alexis, James and Fanny Donovan, Walter J. Talbot, Murphy and McCoy, Fields and Salima, Charles Carter and the three Lanl sisters.Thls is a great combination. innsa asv tubby. One of the most notable dramatic events of the year was the appearance of Sir Henry Irving and Miss Ellen Terry at the Hyperion theater Satur day evening in "The Merchant of Ven ice." The play was given with the regular Lyceum company and the same scenery and accessories that were made for the splendid revival of ''The Mer chant" at, the Lyceum about five years ago. The audience was remant- able for numbers and enthusiasm. ' The performance was inevitably sub ject to comparison with that given here several years ago by Edwin Booth and Helena Modjeska and a fine company. Irving's conception of the role of Shy lock differs essentially from Booth's, the English actor emphasizing the hu morous aspect and making the Jew more an avenger of wrongs to his race than purely personal injustices. Miss Terry's Portia is one of her most char acteristic roles and In the comedy part especially she was delightful. After the trial scene Sir Henry thanked the audience for their kindly reception. Cnmoron Speh. The wedding of Mr. George M. Cam- erson, manager of the Aldrich house, and Miss Sldonla Annie Speh, took place Wednesday last at the home oit the bride's parents, State street. Rev, I. C. Meserve officiated. There was a large attendance and 'many beautiful and valuable wedding! gifts were be stowed. The bride, a charming young lady, was attired in blue and gray changeable silk., She departed in a very becoming travelling suit. The happy couple are away on a wedding tour. Their trip includes New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Niagara Falls and Washington, D(i C. They were in Baltimore yesterday.1 Missionary Work. The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Church' Missionary associa tion will be held Tuesday, May 5, at 3 p. m., in Trinity parish building. Tem ple street. Democratic State Convention. Melbert B. Cary of Ridgefield has been named as temporary chairman of the democratic state convention, June 10. He has accepted. FOR SALE, New House that is a Perfect Beauty. Can be occupied May 1st ; very cen tral looatlon in West Haven ; wide lot, lnte improvements, eight rooms, be sides bath and luuudry. Also several other central properties in West Ha ven ; prices right, terms easy. FREDRIQUE R. LEWIS. Oflioc, 151 Orange Street, City. Residence, 09 Union street. West Huven. May is the Busy Month for House Furnishers, but we are prepared to be in seventeen places at once, put down every Carpet just on time, deliver ev ery piece of Furniture at the exact moment, set up the new Range just when we should, and meet ev ery complaint with a smil ing face and ample apolo gies. At least we are trying to accomplish all this and an occasional failure will give YOU a chance to smile. Please give us an or der and see how well it will be filled. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete JJousefurnishers, Orange and Center streets UlNlATL'ltrc ALMANAC. MAY i. ?iin Htsks. 4:44 I Moon Kinks. I Hion Wtbk, Sim Sbw, U:il I I 5:10 DJCATllS. SIZKK-In this city, Muy il.isuil, Robert Siaor, lined "II years, funeral nervines at. his lato resilience Ml Huwo street, Tuesday attornooii at -:u o'clock. Holatlvus all i friends arc respect fully invited to intend without further no tice, linrial at thooonvoiilcnuool' tho fum llv. Iil.NH In Orange, May Mrs. Marlnda, nino. wlilnwot tho lato Charlos w. nino, aired til vrftrA. funeral services will ho held nt her into resi lience on Monday, Slay 4, lit - p.m. rrionus aro Invited to at tend. .UAUINK L1SX. PORT Oit' NEW HAVEN. AimiVED. B.l, W rT Iiat.rt,wn.. Vlt,r,v C1,lnn 7"J K. lumber to lioekley Co, (for N.Y.) eii ii. ti. linnscoui, Jiouuos, nowpori News, ooal to li It. Sell (!hns. W. llliurnh. T,p.nt. Nnwnort News. ooal to If U, soli win, E. Downos, Marshall, Newport News, coal to RU. Duu i;uas. a. mini, wriut, uruen h x,uu ing, Me, granite (lor N.Y.) fr.i? . if irn S ;h Wm. Neely, Thompson, Nowport News. tnim iiiuru iiHiMies. luemiiiev. uu Sell Fannie C. llowou, . Boh Wm. I). Hilton, llornor, Norfolk. KVUUttKEEX CKMETKRY LOT F Oil sale. C.K THOMPSON. in i i 7t.1T 102 Orange. A GRADUATE- STUDENT IN Yulo wIsIiob to do duty iu some Christian famitv near ouinmia next vear for room or hoard, or both. Address niy t if h mis umce. sirs. u. coax IS now ready to deal In oast-off clothing, oarnots, etc. A postal" directed to D07 GRAND AVENUE, will rocelvo prompt Ht tention. myt Si8t HORSES, HORSES. JUST arrived with another line carload heavy draught and drlvinar horses at IlIKHOP'S SALE S'l'Alll.ES, myt 2t1f Georiro street, W. p. Parker. DKNDOTjENE IS death to thiiurs that oniwl up txoo?. It is a thick, plastlo combination. A thick hand applied to trees will retain its "sticki ness" for 5 months. Cheap and effective. . LINSI.EY & LIOI1THOURN, my4e id.1t Sole Agents, lift Broadway. WARNER SINGLE TRACK P ATI 1,0 R door hanicors, A few set at to close them out. m4yeod3t. MXSLKY & IIGHTBOURN. THE IMPERIAL LAWN MOWER AS a self-locking adjustment. At least ten per cent, of a man's time when mowing with other mowers is taken up in keeping them adjusted. my4eodat L1N8LEY & LIGTITTIOURN. SCREENS AND DOORS READY mado and made to order. Call and seethe largest line of samples to bo found in theeltv. Repairing done promptly, myleodat L1NSLEY & L1GHTBOURN. SALTONSTALL 4-PLY HOSE, 19n FOOT. Couplings and nozzle inolud--'-, ed. my4Bodt LTNSI.EY & LTGHNTIOURN. ' ,TO RENT, FLATS 31 ITallook streot, 5 rooms respec tively; rent reasonable. ApDly to my47f PR. DOUEKTY. 9 Sylvan Avenue. AUCTION SALE m ORANGE street, Tuesday 10 a. in.! Furniture, carpets, household goods of all kinds. my4i;t R. D. MAI.tOUY, Auctioneer. LOST, SUNDAY morning a small pocketbook either on Whitney avenue, between Ed wards and Chapol. or on Chapel, between Church street and St. Paul's church. Tho Under will be rowarded hv returning same to . Uiy4 If 143 EDWARDS STREET. LOST. ' ITRIDAY, at Yale Field open faced gold J watch. Reward tiiy4at' 250 LAWRENCE HALL. PEW RENTALS. rpHE Church of the Redoomer will ba open L to the publio Monday evening. May 4, at seven o'clock for renting pows. l)y order of the my4 It SOCIETY'S COMMITTEE. The Place for You to liny Your Choice Butter ' '. 13 AT EJ. CURK'S, No. 2 Whitney Avenue. Fivo pound Prints for $1.00, or 22c lb i or a 5 lb box for t)8c, full weight. my4 FOR RENT, AVERY desirable apartment of ten rooms, steam heated, on the corner of Chapel and York streets, from Mayl. Apply my3 It . Room 10, Hoadley Building. FARM FOR SALE. A DESIRABLE small farm, suitable for a summer residence: land and buildings are in good oondition. F.H. THOMAS, mhl3 eod:!8t Woodbrldgo. Conn. Building Lots for Sale. TOTS on Footc stroot, 818.00. 1 Lots on Winter street, $U.flO. iiots on Shelton avenuo, gih.uo. Lots on Ivy street, $R.0O. Lotsou Frank street, SK.0O. Lots on Goodyear street, $10.00. GEORGE F. NEWCOMB. Real Estate Offloo, Room 823 Exohange Bdg corner vnapoi ana unnrcn streets. FOR RENT, FURNISHED, mBli largo modern house. No. 800 Pros 1 poet street. 15 rooms, all modern Im provements and hardwood tlntsh ; will lease for a term of ycara. Fpr further particu lars apply to CHARLES II. WEBB, 850 Chapel Stre9t. Open Monday and Saturday until 8 p. in. FOR RENT, A small farm near this city Possession April 1st. GEORGE A. ISBELL, TPSChapel street. New Haven, Conn. FOR SALE, A double house on High street. Two-family house on Clark street. Lot on Munson street will be soldlow. Lot on James street, $35 per foot. Two-family house on Poplar street, $3,500. $500 down, balanooin easy payments. Merwin'a Real Estate Office, al8tf 739 Chapel street. Lots for $300 Apiece. The Best Bargains In New Havony "VTO rock, no swamp, no fllline in ; a lov le Jl view ; with water, gas, etc. 12 Minutes from the Green. "Buy of the Owner," EDWARD M. CLARK, First National Bank Building, 42 Church St., Room Evenings. FOR RENT, AT Montowesr adjacent to thetrolley lino, a farm of 2a acres with good buildings thereon. FOR SALE, No 23 Hamilton street; no reasonable offer refused. Two two-family bouses, having all modern improvements, oa Ellsworth avenue. At North Haven, a farm of 18 acres; none better adapted for building lots. A one-family house on Scranton street. Money to Loan In Sums to Suit. L. G. HOADLEY, Boom 2, Hoadley Building, 4 Church 6b Office QDea Ereainsa, Ifoavtl nutl glomus. FOR RENT. SUITK of two sunuy front, rooms; modern conveniences. apn mo w en tf 135 WA L U S I R is Ivr. FOR RKJJT. HANDSOMELY fnrnlnhod room; ponvd optional. Address npsu Itf 13 HOME PLACE. OtfRCE ROOMS FOR RENT. A Vtltlf largo, u luodlumora suiallroom. two minutes troiu' the Green, ami one-half minute from Chapel Btreet. C, G. MOllltlS, uyM hii niyi) lioom a, ijd iirangj. AHli YOU LOOKING fTTOR flrst-olass tablo board ' Try tho Cut dinner, 60 cents. 1003 CHAPEL STREET. corner of Hlirh. Ikai Estate. FOR SALE OR RENT. A ONE-FAMILY cottage, 'i rooms, new, modern ininrovemeuts. with or without barn npa7 tf 170 PECK STREET. FOR SALE, TTIARM, sale or exehauged; 135 acres; good Jj buildings, fruit, well watered, HiNMAN'S AGENCY, mhPI 2m 63 Church street. City. FOR UENT. BARN In Liiiooln street. Inquire of M. 11. NEWTON, mil tf 49s Orange street. TO LET, rJOrV WHITNEY avenue, houso with liwn, I O I garden, barn, modern improvements and first class order. El) WARD M. t:LAi: lv. ap3tf. 4sJ Church street, Room :-.o5. FOR RENT, BRICK residenoe, 27 Wall street, between Church and Orange streets. ' SAMUEL A. STEVENS, mh26 tf , 25 Wall street. FOR RENT, SIX-room fiats, modern improvements, reasonable rent, centrally located. In quire (ap, tf) 70S CH APEL STREET. FOR RENT, XT0-M K3 Street, first floor, 0 rooms. Call i on B. L. LAMBERT, mylat"- ; 818 Chapel street. ' FOR RENT, SEVEN rooms, 6U0 Howard avenue; im provemeuts. Inquire at mhSltr 603 HOWARD AVENUE. FARM WANTED IN exchange for a two-family house with modern co nveniences, large barn, ex tra lawo lot, fine location, near electrio oars. Call on or address GEO. A. ISBELL. o29tf 708 Chapel street. RENTS, ABSOLUTELY finest in tho otty, $10 and up; all modern conveniences; entranoes and everything separate; examination sollo- ueu; select lamiues oniy. Aimiy 201 ENGLISH STREET. - 1 : dlOtf Take State street car to Ferry. TO LET. FINE briok dwelling, 5 Sylvan avenue, near new Normal school; moderate rent. EDWARD M. CLARK. ap3 tf 42 Church street, Room -M. FOR RENT, THE doslrablo tenement on second floor of premises 707 State street; si room? be sides kitchen ; possession immediately. For particulars inquire at This Oifioo. mhiil tf FOR SALE, 7 SHORE lots at South Eni; very desirable: near electric iars. Inquire J. Smith at a7 lm 357 STATE STREET. FOR SALE, . PREMISES S3 Howe street, contains house and small barn; very desirable location. Inquire ...... ap!4 tf- ROOM 17, 82 Church street. -. -, - TO RENT, . FIVE pr seven rooms; heat and water; also barn on adjoining lot. aplStf 164 ST. JOHN STREET, near Olive. FOR RENT. FIVE or six-room tenement at 711 State street. Apply to WM. GLEESON, aplli tf 713Stateatrect. FOR RENT, 1 KQ BRADLEY street brick house, 12 M-ttu rooms; all modern lmprovbments; newly refitted; possession at onoo. Can also be bought on easy terms. npMtc liUQM it, tz Church street. 57 TRUaiUULL STREET FOR RENT rpHIS double house of 12 rooms, southern JL exposure, is undergoing thorough re pair, extensive improvements to plumbing, and will be decoratod to suit tenant; street to be paved this spring, ' ljhas. H. WKJUii, si unapei, mh20 tf or owner 67 Trumbull street. To Settle an Estate, WELL built two-family house on Dixwel avenue j deep lot. ' RENTS In all sections of tho city, at great variety ot prices. Money to loan. CHAS. D.NICOLL& CO., 82 Churob street (Benedict Building), room 15. Evenings from 7 to 8. Farm for Sale. Two hundred aores, . -with good build ings, ohoap. f B. K. BALDWIN, dftw 818 Chapel street. IT HAS COME! RE AT boom in Westvllle real estate. VX Many new houses to be erected. Beauty of looatlon and rapid transit the cause. Competing eleotrlo ltne place resident within fifteen minutes of city's center. Desirable lots for sale. H.C.PARDEE. Jal8tt 122 Fountain street, Westvllle. FOR RENT. "f TTHOLE house and barn 1430 Chapel street Y " " 1298 Chapel street. " " 110 Park street. " " 857 Whitney avenue, Flat 6 rooms, 102 James street. Flat 6 rooms, 23 Carmel avenue. JOHN C. PUNDERKORD, (Open evenings.) . 1 18 Church street. Furnished Cottage For Sale AT SAVIN ROCK. Eight Rooms, BatH and Wharf Privileges. Price low and easy terms. BRYANT & MAIN, West Haven, and Exchange Building, New Haven. FOR SALE, Several Central Houses, At reasonable prices. G. W.OSBORN, mhSO Boom 20, Benedict Building. BRICK HOUSE, 117 GBIME STEEET. Dalits. . One Cent a Word eaoh Insertion, five cents a Word for a full Week, seven times. WANTKO, GIRL for geuertu liousowork; reference in'4 2tt 403 HOWARD AVENUB. WANTED, SITUATION by capablo girl to do general , housework; private family; good retow eneo. (my4It) m 1CUAPKL STREET. . V A Villi 1 SITUATION as ilrst-olasa 'cook and laua. dress. Apply myilt" 18 BROADWAT. n , . WANTED, . DRUG clerk with some experience. Ad d'osa CALISAVA, . '"y "t Register Ollioe. ' WANTED, A SITUATION by an American woman in usmall family to do general housework: is a good 000k, Inquire at . my4 lt8 68 THORN STREET. WANTED, SWEDISH or German girl for general housework. my It to ELD STREET. WANTED, SITUATION by a Swedish girl to do goner, al housework. Call at ' . y4 It ? 219 MUNSON STREET. WANTED, TWO girls, one to cook, wash and iron, and one as waitress and to do seooud work: good olty l-Dierenoes required. Apniv at iny4 3f 230 ORANGE STRKST. WAHTEn i A COMPETENT girl for general house. work; referenoo, Call to-day at . y It 675 STATE STREET. WANTED, A SITUATION as cook or do general housework In a privato family; refer, enae. Call my4 ttj 45 PUTNAM STREET. WANTED, - . TWO or three furnished or unfurnished rooms tor light housekeeping for man HMO Xui 1 wlf-Mn lmtn,...l-.,ll.nt -..,1 .1 building. Address, stating prioe, 11. a. p., uouner umoe. - WANTED, - SITUATION by youug, refined Amerioaa . Woman as nnnnnnmnn tv niiciu) n nnn valesoent, or elderly person. WANTK.H A MIDDLE-AGED American woman to help in the care of children and plain sewing. apgStf BOX 253, City. ' WANTED, - t tCTi oWa 9tv oil K.nunn A 1 ' VX vice aud situations for the same. nyoaav iuj.v,, aa.ua, lag vourt Street. ' - WANTED, .; EVERTBODT needing servants to oall here. Wo supply all the best. We have sorts! out and discarded most of the useless class. These seek new offloes (where they are not Known), whloh are springing up constantly. We have been here years ana use judgment selecting only those that will do the work re quired. We nave the finest facilities and qas j serve you better than anyone else. . ; EMPLOYMENT AOBNCT, u8 m Chapel street. 1 MANDOLINS, fet . PIANOS; bargains. . A. B. CLINTON, ' f20tf 1 17 Center street. E. L. BASSETT, Specialty. mh3 2milpl G. K. TUFTS, Ganera! Auctioneer. IFFERS his services to tho publio. for terms, reierenoes. eto., auaress ap;u am BOX 244, Weatvtlle, Coiih. ' FOR SALE, FIRST-CLAS3 grocery and meat market; rood trAdA trorifl lonnlttv rna nt tha best corners in the oity. Will lease if neoes- Liuosuuauio. ; il:il WASHINGTON STREET, myl't; Corner ot West. ' CAPITALIST . "VTT1TH politioal intiuonoe can buy Interest V iu slot postage stamp vending attach ment to government street letter boxes, cost ing less than a dollar to build. Won't work for piece of lead, zinc, etc; of exaot size, thickness, shape and weight of bona fldo coin. Over a million letter boxes in United States alone. Address INVENTOR, aplotf Journal and Courier, NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS City Engineer's Office, No. 17 City Hall, 1,1,1 thin new naveu, ui., may a, idwj, Q BALED proposals will be leooived at KJ ouioe until isiup.m. May li,JbWB For laying 1 Street asphalt pavements on Orange street, from Crown street toCanner street: on Chap- - ' el street, from York street to the Boulevard, . . and on Trumbull street, from Btate to Pros, poet street. . : - Blank forms of proposal, and any Informs tion concerning plans, Bpeolflcat ons, bonds, &c, will be furnished upon application. No proposal will be received afte re'tima speciiied, and all proposals not on'tufl blanks ' furnished or not properly filled Out will ba ' rejected. 1 v . - . , - si The right to reject any or all bids is reserv ' ed. 1 ' By order of the Board Of Publio Works; , , my3 3t C. W. KELLY. City Engineer. District of Now Haven, bs. Probate Court, May 2d. 189(1. f ESTATE of HOSAOBE. BARTLETT, late of Now Havon, iu said district, deceased. Albert M. Bartletf, administrator, having made written application for an order au thor zing and empowering him to sell and convey certain real estate of said deoeaeod, as by said application on file in this court more fully appears. It is ' ORDERED That said applicatioriibe heard and determined at a Probate oourt to be held at New Haven, In said district, on the 8th day of , May.vA. D. 1890. at ton o'clock in the forenoon, and that said ad ministrator give public notice of the pend ency of said application and of the time and place of hearing thereon, by publishing tbia order three times in some newspaper having a circulation in said district, and due return make. , . LIVINGSTON W. CLEAVELAND. my4 8tt Judge. There is a great difference, in California Clarets. .Those who know . the difference buy our brands. Case Case 1 doz. qta. S doz. uts. Table Claret, '92, $2.30 $3.30 is Medoc, . . . . 3-8o 4-8o El Quito, . . . 4-oo 4-75 j. You have tried the other kinds now try ours. . . V Edw. E. Hall & Son, 770 CHAPEL STREET. I HEREBY offer One Thousand Dollars re ward for infoi mutton which shall lead to the arrest and couviction of the party or parties who caused the explosion at my housa in Westvllle on the evening of Thursday April 33, ltSHS. - GEORGE E.ALBEE. An rU 20. 1336. . rnySW '