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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY. JULY 18," 1896
or
wrs
75c. silk Vests, for
V
fir
womtan, go at'bOc :
Thfe 75c. Lisle thread
Vest: go at 5C
, 5fc. ribbed Vests, of all
Ktnas, go at 3oc S
The $1.00 and $1.2 --fer
cale Shirt Waists go&j
3S cents. , :
Think of pure silk Waists,
iq' Persians, going at $175.
"Tailor-made linen Serja-
rate Skirts, at $3-50. This
the fourth big lot of them.
- White corded Pique
Skirts, at $3.50 each.
Men s Washable Neck
wear : , Bows, String Ties
and Four-in-hands, at 12c.
Men's 1.50 Negligee
Shirts just for the day,
ataoo.
The 25c. black silk Mitts,
at 13c a pair.
' The 39c. black silk Mitts,
at 25c. a pair.
The 10 button length
Chamois Glove, in white
and natural, at 69c. a pair,
4-oz. bottles of Perfume
Wm. H. Brown & Bro., at
25 cents.
Toilet Waters, at 14c. a
bottle.
All 10c. Toilet' Soap, at
5c a cake. ...
762 to 768 Chapel Street.
TO REMOVE PERSPIRATION, TAN
AND FRECKELS. TO PREVENT
CHAFING AND CURE ABRASIONS
CAUSED BY TIGHT SHOES, TRUSS
ES, ELASTIC HOSE, OR FROM ANT
CAUSE. TO RELIEVE TIRED AND
ACHING FEET.
Tie AntlsBDtic Velvet Toilet
Powfler
i " ' HAS NO EQUAL. '
Not only harmless, but grateful to
the most sensitive skin. It is a "
Perfect Nursery Powder,
FREE FROM PERFUME.
It leaves no unpleasant odor after
taking. ; ' ' V ,-,: :
In fact, It is the .best and cheapest
powder In market for general use only
15 cents a box
From the laboratory of ' .
E L. WASHBURN & CO.
Manufacturing and Prescription Druggists,
. 84 Church and 61 Center streets,
' :' NEW HAVEN. "
LIIOLEUMS.
We have about 40 to 50 ends of Linoleums
from 2 to 8 yards long; will close out
during July at a very low price.
ALSO,
Remnants and odd pieces of Carpets, which
we will close out very cheap.
H.B. PERRY, 914 Chapel St ree
LARET ! !
It is an acknowledged
fact that there is no
more cooling drink than
good Claret. We have
variety to suit the
taste of the most fas
tidious. A few of them are :
Barton & Guestisr's
FRENCH CLARET,
ranging in price from
$7.00 to $12.50
per case.
The brand is one well
known, and needs no
praise.
California Claret,
Napa Valley Claret,
Qt. Bottle, 25 cts. Doz. qts., 2.25.
There is no bettor aualitv produced in
Califoniiu.
California Burgundy.
A little heavier than the Claret, and
fine for table use, lemonades, punches, etc.
Qt. Bottle, 35 'Cts. Doz. qts., S3.50,
We also continue to sell those fine
California Wines Port, Sherry, Angelica,
Catawba and Muscatel at 25c per bottle
or $1.00 per gallon. ,
'Johnson & Brother, 1
411-413 State Street, cor. Court.
Cooked Whole Ox Tongue
Lunch Tongue.
Boned Chicken and Tur
key. Potted Ham and Tongue.
Corned Beef
Luncheon Beef
Roast Beef ;
Lamb's Tongue.
Pressed Ham.
Dried Beef, sliced every
morning.
Meadow Sweet Cheese, in
jars.
Queen Olives, all sizes.
We have - the finest stock
of Fancy Crackers in
the city, :
WHEN IN NEED OF
A Refreshing Drink,
Try Some of the Following:
Grape Juice, Concentrated
Lemonade in four flavors,
Orange Champagne, Root
Beer, No-Tox, Wild Cherry
Lime Juice, : Ginger Ale and
Sarsaparilla, Pure Malt etc.
, Headquarters .. for Berries,
Bananas,, Pineapples, Lemons
and Oranges.
Boston Grocery,
N. A. FULLERTON,
PROPRIETOR, '
926 Chape! Street, corner Temple.
Telephone 451.
Crunch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel at.
C. H. TUFTS, General Auctioneer,
"VFFERS his services to the public. For
V terms, references, etc., address
ap29 3m BOX 244, Wcstvillo, Conn
hotels.
MOSELEY'S
NEW HAVEN HOUSE
Solicits patronage from gentlemen
whose families are out of town during
the summer months, for board with or
without rooms.
SETH H. MOSELEY.
MtoTnjTaiit
Still
(smm
BIS
DON IS VP ity CUlt AN a I AN IS.
N. H. A. A. Team An tinny Thlnic For the
"Colored Geiumeu" Score 11 to 3 In l'a
Tor ofliliiiils other liasoball News.
The Cuban Giants didn't do a thing
to the New Haven Athletlo association
nine at Elm City park yesterday, or
perhaps It was because the N. H. A, A.
boys didn't do a thing that they were
so badly beaten. Let the reader gath
er his own impression from the score,
11 to 3, In favor of "de cullud gem
mens." The attendance was fairly good, there
being about 250 people in the grand
stand and on the bleachers. The Giants
are well known in this city for the pe
culiarly huniurous coaching phrases of
hich they make use and yesterday
was no exception to their usual cus
tom. Every man of the New Haven
team was-made the butt of their sal
lies, but the boys took it all in good
part. Finally getting tired of jollying
the players, the colored men began to
make humorous remarks of a personal
nature to the umpire, George Hart of
Plttsfield, but he wasn't In the Joking
mood and threatened to leave the field
the remarks concerning him were
not stopped.
The Athletics went to bat first and
proceeded to cover themselves with
glory by going out in one, two, three
order. It became at once apparent as
soon as the home team took the field
that they were not playing In the form
they did at Derby the other day. With
one man out the Giants soon filled the
bases, and then Catto hit out a fly to
right. The ball was thrown In quickly
enough, but seemed to get lost in the
shuffle someway, and was not found
until all the bases had been emptied
and four scores had ben put down for
the Giants, a run having previously
been let In by an error by Lauder.
New Haven was shut out again in the
next Inning, and not a man got to first
until the third inning, when Sullivan
got as far as second and Dunne to first.
The Giants In the second followed up
the wojk begun in the first, and slid
six more runs over the plate. Thus
far the home team had been all at sea,
and not a man had played with the life
of a turtle, but In the third they seemed
to awake to the fact that they were
playing ball and from then on played
fairly good ball, but not by any means
their usual game. The Giants were
shut out in the third with only one run,
and that was the last they got In the
game, being held down in good shape
by the-Athletics. Up to the seventh
New Haven had not scored,' but In the
seventh Johnson hit out a good clean
one to center and got first. Dunne fol
lowed with a light bunt, but got first on
an error by Catto, while Johnson reach
ed second. A passed ball on an error
by A. Jackson let both home, making
the score 11 to 2 in favor of the visitors
at the end of the seventh.
In the first of the eighth Farnham
led out with a beauty of a two-bagger,
and was advanced to third on a sacri
fice by Lauder. Farnham finally scor
ed on an error by Catto, making the
final score 11 to 3, as neither team scor
ed again. . '
Probably the reason for the poor
showing made by the Athletics was ow
ing to the fact that they were saving
their best pitcher, Johnson, for the
game with Milford to-day. Johnston
only played In the last two Innings yes
terday and then at third base. Dan
Sullivan, Manager Griest's newly ac
quired catcher, played1 behind the bat
yesterday and showed that he knows
the game all right. He made several
fine throws in the second. He was
early In the season catcher for Amherst
and a star in the New England Inter
collegiate league.
The game at Elm City park wlth Mil-
ford this afternoon promises to be a
good one. The Milfords have a strong
team, and Mansfield, who played with
Newark In ' the Atlantic league will
pitch. Johnston and Sullivan will be
the battery for New Haven. Johnston
Is a star twiner and will without a
doubt hold Milford's hits well down to
day.
The score by innings of yesterday's
game was as follows:
C. G.... ...A 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 011
N. H. A. A...0 000002103
ENDED IN AJtfiW.
Dispute Between Lancaster and Hartford
Other Games.
Lancaster, Pa., July 17. To-day's
game between Hartford and Lancaster
ended In an exciting dispute in the
ninth Inning when Lancaster was at
the bat. Buttermore struck at a wide
ball pitched by VIckery. The ball
struck Catcher Smith's glove and
bounded to the grand stand. McQuaid
and Westlake scored, but Umpire
Hoagland claimed Buttermore's bat
tipped the ball and he called it a foul.
This raised a row and the players
swarmed around In menacing style,
Hoagland refused to reverse his deci
sion and walked off the field, followed
by the Jeers of the crowd.
Lancaster was willing to continue
the game with players as umpires, but
Manager Barnie of Hartford refused to
play without an official umpire. The
score stood 6 to 4 In favor of Hartford
in the ninth Inning and Lancaster
would hve been in the lead if Mc
Quald's and Westlake's runs had been
allowed. The game from the sixth wa3
played under protest by Manager Bar
nie, he claiming that Lancaster's two
runs scored in that inning could not
be counted on acount of interference
by Seybold, the latter being declared
out, but Hoagland allowed the runners
to score.
The case will be reviewed by the At
lantic league. As it ended it was no
body's game. Vickery and West were
the pitchers. West retired in the
eighth inning and Yeager took his
place. Lancaster made seven hits, and
one error; Hartford nine hits and three
errors.
Philadelphia, July 17. The Newarks
defeated the Athletics again this after
noon in a sharp and well played game.
Score :
Athletics 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 05
Newark 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 6
Hits Athletics, 9; Newark, 4. Errors
Athletics, 4; Newark, 2. Batteries-
Ames and Milligan; Frye and Hodge,
Paterson, In. J., July 17. Paterson
pulled out a victory in the tenth inning
to-day after an exciting game. The
opposing pitchers were both effective.
The score:
Paterson 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 13
Wilmingtor' 1 00010000 02
Hits Paterson, 6; Wilmington, 7. Er
rors Paterson, 1; Wilmington, 2. Bat
teries Cogan and Killockey; Nops and
Klnsella.
STANDINO OF TfcE CZVIIS.
The standing of the league teams Is
now as follows;
Atlimtlo league,
Per Cent.
.507
.406
.539
.477
.493
.690
Hartford....
Lancaster...
Newark.. ..
Athletics....
Wilmington.
Paterson....
::.:(:
National League.
Per Cent.
New York 423
Louisville. .... ...... ... . .262
Boston G62
Cleveland.... , .662
Philadelphia 467
Pittsburg 534
Baltimore .662
Cincinnati 6SS
Brooklyn...., 473
St. Louis 267
Washington 450
Chicago . . 544
it, miles' yitoromrioN,
He Is the Lowest JSiddor For the Brick
rnveniouts.
The lowest bid made for the work of
laying pavements in Wooster and Ash
mun streets opened Wednesday by the
board of public works was that of J.
Miles, agent for the Mack Wire
brick, which It was proposed. to use on
these streets.
Yesterday Mr. lilies made a proposi
tion to the members of the board of
public works and to the committee on
streets of the court of common council
to the effect that he would take, at his
own expense, two members of the
board of public works, the city engi
neer and two members of the street
committee to various cities where the
Mack Wire brick has been In use six
teen years for the purpose of exam
ining the pavements. Mr. Miles pro
poses to take the visitors to cities
where the worst pavements are to be
found and he stated to the board of
public works and to the street commit
tee that In the event of the visitors
not finding the pavements In a better
condition than the one in use at the
corner of State and Chapel streets he
would immediately withdraw his bid.
The pavement at Chapel and State
streets is of Syracuse brick, the kind
ordered by the court of common counr
cil for Wooster and Ashmun streets.
A member of the board of public
works said last evening that his board
would favorably consider such a propo
sition, it being the best method of ob
taiding correct Information concerning
brick pavements. - He would like to
see Chairman Hamilton a member of
the visiting committee, as this would
give Mr. Hamilton an opportunity to
see how the committees from the board
of public works made Investigations
into these matters. Mr. Hamilton
would then have an 'opportunity to find
out very much that' would add to his
stock of knowledge concerning the sub
ject of street paving.
These pavements which Miles claims
to show have required, he says, but
nominal repairs.He will go Into a writ
ten agreement to perform his part of
the arrangement and will withdraw his
bid upon an adverse' report from the
committee. 11 :
rax CLKrjsr.ANn celebration.
Connecticut's Participation In the Event
What Governor Coffin Says What, the
Hartford Guards Propose Tbe New Ila-
ven Company. " ' ; :
Governor Coffin and Major E. Henry'
Hyde of the First company, Governor's
Foot Guard of Hartford, have both re
ceived urgent telegramps from Wilson
M. Day, genral director of the centen
nial celebration in Cleveland, O., in re
gard to the company's attending the
centennial celebration. The Cleveland
Grays at a meeting Tuesday night vot
ed to offer the Foot Guard the hospital
ities of their armory while the com
mand is in that city. Captain Rees of
the Grays has telegraphed the results
of the vote. The people of Cleveland
are extremely anxious to have the Con
necticut Foot Guard to visit the city in
connection with Governor Coffin and
the state officers.
Governor Coffin stated to a reporter
yesterday that in the absence of spec
ial legislative action there is no legal
authority to incur expenses in such
matters, and yet it would seem obliga
tory on the part of the state authorities
to do such things from time to time as
they may be reasonably called for, as
a matter of courtesy and comity to
wards other states. This was emphati
cally the case last year in the matter
of the representation of Connecticut at
the Atlanta exposition, and there is no
doubt that credit was gained by the
state in connection with that affair
that was worth many times its cost.
In the Cleveland case, the reasons for
creditable representation are even
stronger. So important and desirable
did the Ohio and Cleveland authorities
deem an extensive representation from
Connecticut that the governor of Ohio,
the members of his staff, the mayor of
Cleveland, and a number of leading cit
izens made a journey to Hartford to
extend a formal invitation to the state
of Connecticut and the city of Hartford
to send a large representation, especial
ly to participate in the exercises of July
22, Founders' day.
Governor Coffin further stated that
he would go to Cleveland with mem
bers of his staff. Owing to the expense
he would not order the Foot Guard to
go to Cleveland. He believed, however,
Feel Clean
as well as be clean, and you'll have
the reward of your good efforts.
After a bath use
(Smfort powder
The sensation is delightful, and it
promotes healthy action of the pores
of the skin, preventing excessive
perspiration in armpits.
The Comfort Powder Co,
... Hartford, Ct. r,
All Druggists sell (L
25c and 50c
a box.
that the Foot Guard should go to
Cleveland at their own expense, and he
thought the general assembly would
reimburse them. .The expense incurred
by the Foot Guard of Connecticut in
connection with the trip, would be paid
by the state.
The members of the First company In
Hartford held a special meeting last
night and it was the unanimous opinion
that if the state would pay their ex
penses that they would go.
Major Brown of the Second company,
Governor's Foot Guafd, received an in
vitation yesterday from Governor O. V.
Coffin to attend with him the Ohio cen
tennial celebration at Cleveland next
week, but as the notice Is so short the
company will be unable tp attend.
THE PEQUOTS' MATINEE.
The Pequots' matinee whist took
place yesterday afternoon. About 100
players took part. There were six
prizes offered, as follows: For the first
prize, a lamp;' for the second, a set of
sliver waist buttons, Including studs
and cuff links; a finely embroidered
cambrlo handkerchief for tbe third; for.
the fourth, a box of flowers containing
four dozen roses; the fifth was a silver
bolt buckle, and for the last, a painted
china pin tray.
The winners were as follows:
First prize Mrs. George W. Lewis.
Second prize Mrs. J. W. Jewett.
Third prize Mrs. W. R.. Moore.
Fourth prize Mrs. C. B. Gilbert.
Fifth prize Mrs. R. .G. Baldwin.
Sixth prize Mrs! F. F. Munson.
There was a dance In the evening.
JtUNIATlIRK AIRMAN At.
JULY 18.
Sun Ilisr.s. 4:34 I
SunSrts. 7:21 1
Moris Srts.
12:10
I Hian water
I 4:21
DEATHS.
McKEE In this city, July 17, George McKee,
aged 37 years.
Funeral from the late residenoo, 55 Wln
. Chester avenue. Notice of time hereafter.
JlAUlNUlilST.
POHT OF NEW HAVEN,
ARRIVED.
Sch Stella B. Kaplan, (not Lena R. Kaplan,
as before reported.)
; CLEARED.
Sch Jennie E. Elghter, Crosaley, Norfolk.
Sch Nellie Thomas, Thomas, do.
Sch Viking, Dotheday, Pbila.
FOB RENT.
TTVTJItNISHED frout room and third floor
' room: niodetfttft tiriee.
JJ'tB Ml
(17 HOWE STREET.
, SALE.
HOUSE and barn, Lombard street, lot 80
by 140; line location j dirt cheap If sold
at onco. Address
jv!8 7tt SPRING, 58 Wolcott.
Distrlot of New Haven, ss. Probate Court.
July 14th, 1898.
ESTATE of MARGARET DONNELLY, late
of New Haven, in said district, deceased.
The Court of Probate tor tiie district of
New Hnven hath limited and allowed six
months fiom tho date hereof for the credit
ors of said estate to exhibit their claims for
settlement. Those who neglect to present
their aooounts, properly attested, within said
time will be debarred a reoovery. All per
sons Indebted to said estate are requested to
maueiuimeuiate payment to
, . JAM KS DONNELLY,
jy!8 2dlw Administrator.
District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, 1
.Tiilv Uth ISM!.
ESTATE of MARGARET DONNELLY, lata
of New Haven, in said district, deoeasod.
Juines Donnelly, administrator, havlnsr
made written annllcatlon for an order
authorizing and empowering him to sell
and convey certain real estate of said
deceased, as by saii application on 1116 in
this court more fully appears, it is
ORDERED That said application be heard
and determined at a Probate court. t; be hold
at, New Haven, in said distrlct.on the Slat day
of July, 1896, at ten o'clock in the fore
noon and that said administrator irlve publlo
notice of the pendency of said application and
of the time and place of the bearlnsr thereon.
by pnbllshlnc this order thre'e times in some
newspaper navin- a uiruiutitiuu ju huiu uib-
triot, ana aue return mane.
jy!8 3t Judge.
FOB BENT,
"VTEW bouse. West Ivy street, $16.
Inquire
next door.
y; itp
FOB BENT.
CJALEorexohange, two furbished cottages
n in west iiaven. Darn, bath houses:
sptemua oeacn ior ennaren.
jyi7t pbkuin, us uenter street.
FOB SALE WISST HAVEN.
TRETT Y cottage, just completed, 7 rooms,
AT bath, closet, hot and cold water, fur
nace, set tubs, wans papered, cellar oement
ed. onlvrJ minutes' walft from electric road :
gpionai a location. Appiyro
yid7f bp uejixisksx., we3t Haven,
FOR SALE,
T71ARH 135 acres with extra fine buildings,
" beautiful shade trees, on main street.
half mile from depot, churches, etc : abund
ance of fine fruit. A splendid summer resi
dence j said to be the best farm in the town.
Stook and crops can go with the place if do
sired. Price and terms to suit purchaser ; no
reasonable offer retused. Call on or address
. GEORGE A. ISBELL,
708 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn.
FOR SALE,
Desisable Building Lot on Elm Street.
JOHN C. PUNDERl-'ORD,
118 Church street.
IT HAS COME!
BEAT boom In Westvllle real estate.
Many new houses to be erected.
2es
eauty of location and rapid transit the
cause.
Competing electrlo linet place residents
wltnin niteen minutes or city s center.
Desirable lots for sale.
H. C. PARDEB,
jalBtt 128 Fountain street. Westvllla.
$100 WILL SECURE IT.
LOW priced one-family house.
Terms of payment to suit.
B. E. BALDWTH,
d&w 818 Chapel street.
One-family House,
220 Blatchley Avenue.
P.RICE LOW.
HoitnT ami toff us.
UNFUKN13HKO BOOMS,
rpWO unfurnished rooms.
ma. ,
J.. jy la iitn
073 CHAPEL STREET,
t,ai.t;i,' rww.
T71UIINISHKD ruouia, with 'or without
A- HTHb-UlUCUf OOHrQ.
JylUittp tl'ii CIIAI'EIj STREET.
Jto turner Qssoxts.
THE CLARENDON.
rpilE popular family hotel of Saratoga
L Spring-a, N. Y. Open lor the reception
of guests June 15th, IS), under the samo
immurement as lat year and seasons ot
'Hi and '8J. Transient Kates ! litir duv ami
upwards, according to location of rooms s
special r.it.os for families by tho week and
sensou, nooin oan ue secured m uuvanoe ac
Hours' Photo Parlors, 7U0 Chapel street, at
gpeolnl rates. je SMW 2m
Central Hotel,
NEWTOWN, CONN
An ideal summer resort. Elevation
800 feet. . '
Pure mountain air, charming scene
ry, fine walks and drives, - 1 r
everything oonducive to the com
fort and pleasure of guests.
a ree carriage to all trains.
Send for circular to
HOULIHAN & KEANE,
18tf PROPRIETORS.
Portoos House,
3IOKK1S COVE, CONN. '
VTOW open under new management for
l the reception of guests: thoroughly re
modolcd and refitted. Uspeolal attontlon to
shore tllnuo s. Cuisine unsurpassed. Good
but-hing. Terms reasonable. Address for
olroularsto. GILLE1U & QUINN.
Morris Cove, (Jon n.
Telephone 111-4. Jel38m
Highland House,
SHREWSBURY. MASS.
SITUATED on tbe hlxbest elevation in the
State. Beautiful scenery and drives.
A most healthful resort. Terms reasonable.
Address for illustrated circulars.
H. W. LORING, Proprietor,
or A.A.TANYANB, 183 Wooster street,
my27tf . Wty.
gveiit Estate.
. FOR RENT.
-IKO BHADLET street brick house. 13
MltiJ rooms: all modern imDrovementa:
newly refitted; possession at once. Can also
be bought on easy terms.
apt tr kuum 17, 83 Churoh street.
FARM WANTED '
IN exchange for a two-family house with
modern 00 nveniences, large barn, ex
tra larice lot, Una location, near eleetrio
cars. Call ou or address
GEO. A. ISBELL,
o28tf . 708 Chapel street.
Lots for $300 Apiece.
The Best Bargains in New Havcny
o root, no swamp, no filling in; a lov 1
i.1 view j with water, gas, eto.
1 2 Minutes from the Green.
f "Buy of the Owner,"
EDWARD' M. CTjARTv .
First National Bank Building, 43 Uhuroh st,
.noom aup. evenings.
BRYANT & MAIN,
Fire Insurance
AND
West Haven Real Estate.
Offices Exchange Building, New Haven,
Thompso'n Block, West Haven.
FOR SALE,
NB W HOUSE in vicinity of Whitney ave
nue, modern built and nicely finished,
$4.nft. .
Houses and flats for rent.
Money to loan on real estate. :
CHAS.D.NICOLL&CO..
82 Church street (Benetllot Building), room 15.
Jiveumgs trom 7 toa.i i.
FOR RENT,
Cottage at Cosy Beach.
INQUIRE
8. A. LEWIS,
Storage Warehouse, 35 Olive St.
Jeaoiy
TO LOAN,
$100,000, in Sums to Suit.
HENRY A. PALLMAN,
" 116 Church Street,
tny20 Rooms fl and 10.
$2,000.00
To loan at Fou and One-Half per
cent, on first-class gilt-edgea real es
tate. First Mortgage security. -
GEORGE F.NEWCOMB,
Real Estate Office. Room 323, Exchange
Building, cor. Church nnd Chapel Btreets.
Shore Cottage for Rent.
SHORE cottage at Saohem'B Head, Gull
ford, Conn.: house has 7 rooms.
Will be rented for the season for $100. It is
in ono of t he best and pleasantest locations
on the east shore. Enquire at
MERWIN'S BEAL ESTATE OFFICE,
3o2B 759 Chapel ptreot.
REAL ESTATE
For Sale at Auction
To Close an Estate.
THE undersigned will sell at publlo auc
tion the desirable building lot on the
northerly side of Elm street, near Howe, .
Tuesday Morning, July 21st,
at 10 o'clock. .
Size of lot is 53 feet front, 63 rear, by 101
feet deep, more or less;
Bale will take plaoe on the premises.
No postponement on accouut of weather.
Terms made known at time of sale,
This is a Kood property to improve as an
investment. EDWARD C. BEB HEH,
jyla 5t Auctioneer.
FOR SALE,
A modern built one-family house near
the center of city. Price $2,200. -
A central block house having all Im
provements. Pays 10 per cent
Three houses to close up an estate.
Prices to suit
Shore cottages for sale and rent
At Montowese To rent, farm of 25
acres; buildings in excellent order.
Money to loan in gums to suit
L. G. HOADLEY,
Koom g, Hoadlej Building, 9 Charon, SL
Office open Evenings, i
FOR SAIjE.
THElarsre frame house No. 12-1 Atwater st,
cor. Grafton St. Trie house has all mod
ern improvements and cost considerably
more to build than we ask for it and the lot :
j.8J0.
Also, the Pardee place in Fair Haven, only
a tew minutes wane rrom tne electric cars;
some two acres ; il,40J. For particulars,
CHARLES II. WEBB,
850 Chapel Strest.
Open Monday and Saturday until 8 p. m.
Ohm r.nt .r I .. V
v"vi " uiu oauu iiueruon, utq
cents Word for full Week, seven
times. ... w ,-.
Xm?.BNFKD Gormun toher 1 adulti
PUDim. at Nil mm Mr xf... 11
von. -ivl 1 ahT.;" J h w """iw aa"
5.000 P.vNSSr,P""1'811'8 authorised
hakt kVKs oif Mckinley and
Pwa sf?, ' W illustrated.
Ai '11 iliuo wna to Cheapest.
have time by sending 60 cents in stamps lor
an outfit at onoe. Address
lv!8 eod4w Hartford. Conn.
r 1
-.1 WlWTWn
ITUATION by a respectable Swedish j-lri
to do housework in a small private fam
. MsKoodeook and lminriruua riuii.t-jna
tfunson street. y!81t O. OLSWN.
WANTED. .
A. CAPABLE young man to drive n milk
. wa(on. Address E.T. BENEDICT
3yi8ftS , Box 1844. P. O.
f AA ON ffnrt.-l floo.ttfv 1
VVANTKb
TJOCR good oarpentora, at onoo. "
t- . Inquire at
jyrrstp am hqward aybncb.
VVANTTi-.n
"IOOKS and other good girls j oity an!
V snore. mkh. BABB.
; 11 Court street.
TJ1 VERTBODT nedingservntto oall her.
JJJ We supply all the best. We hv aortal
out and discarded moat of the useless olasv
These seek new offices (where they are nal
uu.ru, ...uuiaiF .priuaiuv Up constantly.
We have been here years ana use iudemant.
milrttl Wilanlli. M .... ....111.; . ...
serve you better than anyone else.
EMPLOYMENT AQBNOr,
a TO Chapei street. '
FOR SALE,
NE large covered wagon, nearly newj
will be sold at about, half its value.
Jy15 7t E. J1. BISHOP, 41 George street.1
'4-4 y
White
from
, Santa Clara County
Wines CaUfon,ia
, . Light, Seasonable . t
. and Inexpensive . .
Hock-
Type of German Rhine
i Wine.
Each. ' Case.
Quarts, . .45 4-75
, Pints, . . .30 5.7S.
r w . - w v, ,( Mam saulernes
Quarts, .40' 4.50
1,: Pints, ,. " , .25 . 5.50
These Wines are .our
own selection. We ! recommend
them , as being most excellent
values. , , ... , .
, '
770 Chapel Street.
(now Electric)
5 Per Cent Gold Bonds.
The Stock : of - this Company la con-'
trolled by the N. Y., N. H. & Hartford
K.R. Company. ,
Bonds mature in 1924 and are pay
able, both principal and interest, ia
U. S. GOLD COIN. s
For sale by - -
The Chas; W. Scranton Co.
. Investment Brokers,
840 CHAPEL STREET.
THE fine dwelling, 107 York street, from
Julv 1st : 12 rooms, all modern Improve
ments, excellent location for renting rooms,
etc; present rami ly nave uvea were seven
y ears. Inquire at :
IX WEST HAVEN.
NEW house for sale ; not a common affair,
deoldodly modern; eight rooms, with
fileasant outlook from each; very desirable
oeatlon j liberal frontage. -.' .
It will interest you. Examine it t late lm
provements. Terms easy, i j i . t
Other pleasant properties for sale in West
Haven: prices from $3,800 to S10.W0. All
central. . - v . ;-
FREDRIQUE R. LEWIS,
Office, 151 Oranare Street, City,
or 09 Union street. West Haven.
GLAD TO
SEE YOU !
Of course we are glad,
to see you-in our store.
Needn't buy ' anything.. .
Come in and look around.
: The Furniture is worth
seeing and it takes lots
more than hard . looking
to wear it out '
Getting Smaller.
Our stock of Mattings
is getting smaller, but ,,
there is still enough to
show you the best assort
ment in town.
Fibre Carpets also.
If when you come to look
you find you need any- ;
thing, we are sure of one
thing : The price argu
ment will be irresistible.
BROWN & DURHAM,
Complete Eousefurnislier,
Orange and Center streets
Closed Friday afternoons during. f
July, and August " -

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