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NEW HAYEK MORMKG JOUENAL AUP COTIUEE TIllTDAY. .UE IV 1897.
50 fasA $ Soocisj Trifling as they are, are summer necessities. Sum mer is a terror to those who don't prepare for it; it is an ideal season to those who dress rightly. There is an exquisite line of dainty diaphanous stuffs here calculated to keep out the heat and let in the breeze. Their cost is trifling, their comfort immeasurable. Vhursday Prices and Onij Uhursday. BestMerrimac Prints, in dress and shirting styles, at 4 cents. Best Amoskeag Ginghams, .n apron checks, at 4V cents. Big assortment of domestic Lawns and Dimities, usually 10c. and 12jc, at 8 cents. The 36 inch standard Per cales, beautiful assortment, at 9i cents. . And a lot of fine Lawns and Ginghams, usually 19c. and more, at cents. The 25 cent Imported Dimi- K ties and Ginghams, at 1 9 cents, 'A Best Organdies and Scotch Gintfiams. at 25 cents. i x 762 to 768 Chanel Street Call Your Physician. FOLLOWING HIS DIRECTIONS WE WILL PROMPTLY FURNISH EVERY THING NEEDED IN THE SICK ROOM. Prescriptions COMPOUNDED WITH CARE BY COMPE TENT CHEMISTS. Oxygen Gas FOR USE IN EMER READY FOR USB IN EMERGENCY. Invalid Furniture. RUBBER SHEETS. , AIR CUSHIONS. BURGICAL PRESSINGS. ELASTIC HOSE AND BANDAGES. MEAT PRESSES. FEEDING TUBES. FEVER THERMOMETERS. And in fact every article needed for the Invalid's comfort and convenience. Gmwtnt Hran PROVIDED WHEN PERI BED, WITHOUT DELAY. I L WASHBDM k CO. 84 Church and 61 Center streets, NEW. HAVEN. CONN. HOUSES! EOESES! The finest load of work, draught and road horses ever shown in this city, has Just ar rived. See them and be convinced of their superiority. Every one guaranteed. PARKER & CRIPPS, jcl5 fit 41 GEORGE STREET. E. W. VOORHEES, Consulting Advertiser, 50 Orange Street, HEW HATEN, CONN. SOW READY, The Choicest Spring Patterns of Leading Makes in It has always been my aim makes in Carpets ; to make and workmanlike manner. CARPET WAREROOMS, H. B. PERRY 914 Chapel Street rackers gr Picnics forT We curry a large and va ried assortment of these goods iu bulk and in 1 lb. tins, their greatest feature being that they are ahvaya 6. iresu ana crisp. The 1 lb. tins are the most popular for any outing, aud Include Saltines, Snow Drifts Roquefort, Blsmark Salted Banquet Cheese Wafers Royal Wine American Beauty English Tea Biscuit Average price per lb. tin, 250. JOHNSON & BRO. 4I-43 JtaU tSt., eon Court. Went Haven Delivery Every Wednesday' Fancy Evaporated Apples, 4 pounds for 25 cents. In fact, the same apples we have been selling for 3 lbs for a quarter. No nicer any where at any price. Something New. Cook's Flaked Rice the thing for summer. -just Va- riety of ways of preparing it, with little trouble. Try a package. SUMMER. We can furnish everything fnr vrtlir p,Vn,v T nnrh PvrPnt the basket. Take alone: a dozen or so bottles of Ginerer Ale. N. A. FULLERTOM, Proprietor. 926 Chapel Street, 1231 Chapel Street. W00STER P. ENSIGN, Successor to WOOSTER A. ENSIGN & SON. Iron and Steel. Manufacturers' and Blacksmith Supplies. 75 ORANGE STREET, Je4 tf NEW HAVEN, CONN. gdttcatiow. FOURTH SEASON OF THE DESSAUER-TROOSTWYK School of Music, 781 Chapel Street. APPLICANTS In Vocal and Instrumental Music received dally from 12 to 1 and 4 to 6 p. m. s3 MECHANICAL DRAWING, PERSPECTIVE MATHEMATICS, MECHANISM, ETC. F. R. HONEY, Instructor at Trinity Ool lege, Hartford, Law Chambers, 170 Church tt. New Haven. Appointments by mall. MISS WHEDON'S SCHOOL, FOR GIRLS AND BOYS, 33 WALL STREET, REOPENS SEPTEMBER 28. Primary, Junior, and Senior Departments. Special classes for advanced pupils. je8 3m WESLEYAN Academy, Wllbrnham, Mass. Both Sexes. Nine Courses. Specialists In Cli sslcs, Art and Music. Enlarged endow ment Insures superior advantages at mod erate expense. 81st year opens Sept. 15, 1897. For catalogue, address Rev. WM. K. NEWHALL, Prin. jel cod 26t mm mm Carpets, Rugs. Mattings, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Upholstery Goods, Curtains, Draperies, Wall Papers, etc to supply nothing but the best lay them in a thorough and 1IASKHALL, National Lengiia. New York Cleveland, 7; New York, Brooklyn Cincinnati, 15; Brooklyn, Boston Boston, 14; Chicago, S. Philadelphia Philadelphia, 8; St. Louis, 7. Baltimore Baltimore, 10; Pittsburg, Washlngton vllle. 2. Washington, 4; Louts- College Gaines. Providence Brown, 13; Harvard, 7. State Leagues New London Athletics, 8; Derby, 6.' Bridgeport Bridgeport, 7; Water bury, 3. Torrington Merlden, 14; Torrlngton, 8. Atlnntio League. Hartford Athletics, 7; Hartford, 6. ITS ANNUAL EXCURSION. The New Haven Christian Endeavor union will give its annual excursion this year on Wednesday, June 23. The beautiful new steamer Margaret has been secured for the occasion and will leave Belle dock at 8:45 a. m. A stop will be made at Branford Point to take on board a large party going from Branford. After enjoying a fine sail on aboard the large party going from the sound a landing will be made at New London, giving the excursionists an opportunity to visit points of inter est about the city, Including the Gro ton monument and Fort Trumbull. The steamer has a capacity of one thousand people and is brilliantly lighted by elec tricity. The tickets are being taken up rapid ly, and can be obtained at Thompson & Belden's and at the Y. M. C. A. rooms. A KITE EXPOSITION. Scientific Kite Flying on the Green To-day, Circus Day. If the wind holds good to-day, circus day, Malley, Neely & Co. propose ex hibiting to the public the great sail ing qualities of the new scientific kites. A "tandem" et least, and, probably also a "four-in-hand", of those famous "Blue Hill Box Kites" will be sent up from the green. These kites are pre cisely the same type as those used at the famous weather station, Blue Hill observatory, Boston, for sending up In struments In making observations. Un der favorable conditions these kites have attained the wonderful height of 9,200 feet (nearly two miles). The kites used -to-day will carry up some big U. S. flags. QUEEN VICTORIA'S JUBILEE, Elaborate Church Services In Grace Epls copnl Church Next Sunday Evening. There Is great interest being taken in the special jubilee service to be given In Grace Episcopal church, corner of Blatchley avenue and Exchange street, on Sunday evening next at 7:30 o'clock. The combined English and Scottish so cieties will march to the church, special seats in the body of the church being reserved for them. The service is in honor of the sixtieth year of the reign of Queen Victoria. The members of the British-American societies are loud In their praise of Rev. Percy Barnes, the rector of Grace church, not only for the kind offer which he made to the soci eties In regard to this service, but for his untiring effort to make it a genuine success. The order of service opens with Queen Victoria's coronation anthem, while the 06th and 121st Psalms, which are to be read responsively, are the same as are ordered to be read in the Episcopal churches throughout the British empire for this special service. In this connec tion it may be well to say that Bishop Potter of New York, who is now in En gland, has ordered a special prayer for the queen throughout his diocese for next Sunday, which will be used In the service in New Haven as well. One of the most prominent features, as will be seen, Is the hymn to be sung Just be fore the delivery of the sermon. It Is a combination of "God Bless Our Native Land" and "God Save the Queen." There Is no doubt but that the ser vice will be largely attended so largely that it will be impossible for late com ers to secure seats. Following Is the program of the church service: ORDER OF SERVICE. Prelude Coronation Anthem. Anthem Prulse Ye the Father Gounod Hymn. tinwara, cunstian ooiuiers, Marching as to war. Psalm BO. (To be read responsively.) O sing unto the Lord n new song; sing unto the Lord, all the whole earth. First to thirteenth verses. Inclusive. Psalm 121. (To be read responsively.) First to e ulith verses. Inclusive. Cantate in (J Buck Creed : I believe In God the Father Almighty, mak- or neaveu anu eartn. etc. Gloria In Excelsls Tours rrnyers. Anthem "King all Glorious" linrnby Lesson: Romans xlli: 1-8. I. Peter II: 11-17. Offertory "The Radiant Morn Hath Passed Away" - Woodward Hymn. God bless our native land! Firm may she ever stand, Through storm and night; When the wild tempests rave, Ruler of winds and wnve. Do thou our country save By thy great might. For her our prayer shall rise To God, above the skies; On him we wait; Thou who art ever nigh Guarding with watchful eye, To thee aloud we cry, God save the state! Let music swell the breeze, And ring from all the trees Sweet freedom's song: Let mortal tongues awake. Let all that breathe partake. Let rocks their silence break. The sound prolong. Our father's God, to thee, Author of Liberty, To thee we sing; Long may our land hp bright With Freedom's holy light, Protect us by Thy might, Great God, our King! God 6ave our gracious Queen! Long may Victoria reign: God 84i ve the Queeu; Send her victorious, Happy and glorious, Long to reign over us, God save the Queen! Thy choicest gifts In store On her be pleased to pour; Long may she relgnl May she defend the laws. And even give us cause To sing with heart aud voice, God save the Queeu! Amen. Sermon The Rev. Percy Barnes. Anthem "Sweet the Momenta Rich in Blessing" Dressier Hymn. A few more years shall roll. A Tew more seasons come. Benediction. Anthem "Seek ye the Lord" Roberts Postlude Overture of "Strartella". .Flotow Organist and Choir Master. for that dry feeling. Most American makers imitate, or, rather, aim at imitating the peculiar properties of the orig inal, imported Belfast Ginger Ale. Some manufacturers here get fairly close to it most ot them fail to produce even a good imitation. neap umger Aies upset the stomach, leave an unpleasant after taste and fail to satisfy thirst. Good Ginger Ales are wholesome thirst quenchers. Three good kinds here : doz. Cantrell & Cochrane (Ireland), $1.40 Cochrane & Co., " 1.30 Delatour" (best American), 1.00 ffo Chapel St. WALLIXOFOICD EVENTS. Many Weddings Yesterday Teachers for Central District Appointed Will Wed To-day T. A. It.'i liluotion of Officers I'.ai'e Meet of the Rmnblers, July 24. Yesterday was quite a day for wed dings here. Besides the two In the morning mentioned below there was a quiet marriage at the town clerk's of flee, the contracting parties being two young folks from Middletown, who came over here 'just after dinner and procured a license and were united In wedlock without leaving the office. Judge J. A. Martin performed the cer emony. The names of the young peo ple are William Liverman and Miss Annie Seery, each twenty-two years of age. There were two weddings In the Holy Trinity church yesterday morning. Pat rick J. Hogan and Miss Elizabeth T. Whalen were married at 8:30, and at 9:30 Charles M. Gannon and Miss Rose A. Clyne were wedded. Both of the happy couples left for the south on the 4:36 train. There was a big crowd at the depot and the two couples and about everybody else were showered with rice. , ... , The two lightning artists who have started out to ride 12,000 miles on their bicycles through the country struck here yesterday and were at work In the afternoon painting fancy signs on win dows for some of the Center street bus iness men. A new plank platform is being laid on the north end of the depot. C. W. Crockett expects to get to work repair ing the concrete In front of the depot In a few days. The body of John Roach, a former well known resident of South Colony street, will be brought here to-day at 12:32 from Derby for buriel. On the same train will arrive from Bridgeport the body of James Smith, who formerly lived on North Main street, near where the "In Memoriam" cemetery Is now located. The deceased was a member of Company K, Fifteenth Connecticut regiment. Frank Phelps and Miss Alice Me- Christie will be married to-day in South Coventry, and will be "at home" after .Tune 20 at their home on Whittlesey avenue. The semi-annual election of officers of the T. A. B. society will occur on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. "Wallace and Miss Hattie "Wallace are now In London. For the race meet of the Ramblers here July 24 the committee has decided unon the events as follows: One mile novice, one mile town championship half mile open, one mile handicap, one mile boys' race under sixteen years, half mile handicap and a one mile open Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brosnan have a new baby daughter. A marriage license has been granted to Percy Dawes and Miss Annie Kay of Sheffield, England. The condition of Charles W. Brain erd of Washington street is extremely critical, and his death is liable to occur at any hour. K. A. E. O. OFFICERS ELECTED. At a Meeting of Mithras Senate Last Evening Elegant Token of Esteem Presented to W. W. Price, Retiring Excellent Senator. Mithras senate No. 56, K. A. E. O., held its annual election of officers last evening at the lodge rooms In the Odd Fellows' building. The following offl cers were elected for the ensuing year Excellent senator, A. E. Fogg; senior seneechal, T. E. F. Norman; junior sen eschal, F. P. Lewis; secretary, F. A. South worth; treasurer, F. W. Peck surgeon, L. D. Monks. At the close of the election an ele gant carving set in a white calf moroc co case was presented by the senate to the retiring excellent senator, W. W. Price. The set was suitably Inscribed, "Presented to W. W. Price by Mithras eenate No. 56, K. A. E. O." On the re verse side were Inscribed embelms of the order. The presentation speech was made by Secretary F. A. Southworth, who referred to the work of Mr. Price in helping to build the order in this city up to its present very satisfactory posi tion, and spoke of the high esteem In which he was held by his brother knights. The presentation speech was made in Mr. Southworth's usual felic itous manner, and was most appropri ate. Mr. Price was thoroughly surprised, and was unable to reply at length, but managed to express his thanks when he had recovered from his surprise. Seven candidates were raised to the knighthood in th order. Ihey, were A. aUNIATUKIS ALMANAC. JUNE 17. Sdn Rises, Moon Risks, Bun Sets, 7:21 10:01 Hiqh Water, DKA111S. WHITTLESEY In this city, June 15, sud denly, Samuel F. litltlesey, aged oj years. unerai son-ires will ho ueiii rrora nis into residence. liOSI Dlxwull avenue. Friday, Jnue IS, at a o'cloek p. m. Relatives and friends Inviteil tn nttenri. MOKSE-Iu this oily, Juno 10, Harold D., son of Caleb A. and Adella Worse, aged 4 .veurs. 8 months. Funeral services will be held nt No. 107 I'.clwnrus street on Friday aftcuoon ntd o'clock. Friends are Invited to attend. WooDHOUSE In this city. June loth, James 10., only son of Capt. Jaines II. "W'oodhoiiHP. nffetl 4.1 rears. Funeral services will be held at his lato residence, No. 32 Perkins street, ou Thursday, June 17, at three o'cloek. Rel atives and friends nro invited to attend without further notice. Al Alt J NIS LIST. PORT OF NUW HAVEN. AHHIVBD. Sen Jane, Grant, Kingston, stone. Sell Chas. F. Tuttlo, Brown, Newport News, coal. Sch John R. Fell, Loveland, Norfolk, lum ber. Sch Hattie V. Kclsey, Ruoln, Fblla. OI.KARBU. Sch Bayard Barnes. MehufTey, Phlla. Sch Onliellii, Williams, N. i'. Sch Blanche Morgan, , N. Y. Sch Irene, Mluty, N. Y. FOR RENT. SECOND floor tenement, six rooms, with un improvements, at Jel7 71 79 HUMPHREY ST. FlNM KENTUCKY HOUSES. C. A. HOTCHKISS has for sale fine Ken tucky carriage and saddle horses; also conch and business horses, nt je!7 7t 50 HOWARD AVE. FOR SALE. ONE Connecticut built boat, lib and main sail. Inquire at 101 HAMILTON ST., or of janitor of the New Haven Yacht club. jeiY at District of' New Haven, ss. Probate Court, Juno ltitli. 1817. ESTATE of HARRIET E. NEWTON, late or Wooubrldge, In said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of New Hnven hath limited and appointed six months from the date hereof for the cred itors of said deceased to brlnir In their claims against said estate. Those who neg lect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All Dersons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immedi at payment to JAMES A. CHURCH, jell at Administrator. BECOIIM the proud and happy possessor of a June Bride is serious business unless you have a nicely furnished home prepared for her. The matter of expense is hardly to he considered at all because we accept weekly payments which is the next easi est thing to no pay ments at all. We furnish you the COMPLETE outfit. Our assortment is' very large, giving you wide choice oi selection. Our prices are very reason able and we. are SURE we can please you in every respect. Try us. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete HouseturulsUari, Orange and Center streets Savin Rock Shore Rsa! Estate. I OFFER this month the following bargains 111 summer resiueuue properly: One 50 ft. lot, Oali Btreet, IfSfit), One 60 ft. lot, (Ink street, 2'25. One 87 ft. lot, Oak street, $250. Three 41 ft. lots. Bummer St.. S22!5 oneh Address G. W. KELSEY, Stelnwny Hall. 1n. Til ' jl vymmsu, All, For Rent, COTTAGES AT MORRIS COVE. New cottage, 9 rooms, newly furnished; UOIU House anu imviuuu. Also 7-room cottage for rent. W. D. JUDSON, 868 CHAPEL STREET, Room 3. F. Howe, W. H. Munson, J. George Hayes, Richard F. Green, R. J. Ban ford, Thomas E. Davison and Charles J. Benolt. After the business meeting a colla tion was served In the banquet hall by Sparks & Co. CITIZENS ASKED TO CONTRIBUTE Persons to Whom General Committee Has Addressed Circulars Will be Called on To-Day. The general committee of arrange ments for the twenty-fifth annual con vention of the International Assocla tion of Fire Engineers, to be held in this city In August, has addressed a letter to prominent business men ask. lng that contributions be made to the funds needed to entertain the firemen upon this occasion. This morning a detail will be sent out from each engine house to wait upon the gentlemen to whom the letter was addressed and to solicit subscriptions in response to the circular. Since the firemen's monument was erected some twenty years ago there has not been request of this kind made by the fire men or the department, and it is ex pected that the citizens will respond generously to the call. Millions of suffering women should know that those painful irregularities peculiar to the sex can do reueveu at once with Apio- uno. x'rice i. uruggisis. opa tu.iu.sa tx CASTORIA For Infants and Children. lit hi- 9 eal Estate. FOR UKNT, HANDSOMl'J residence, corner of Sachem and Uauslleld streets. Apply to , t. 'xoxva vi 'oho . . npO tf Ti) Sucliem street. FOll ltKM". NO. S8 Lyon street, whole house, 8 rooms; uu luuuuveiueuis. mtjuire at II lilil u.mu si. FOIt UE51T. HANDSOME brown stone furnished house, utv U1DWI1 St. EDWARD M. ULAHlv, Je5 tf 42 church street. TO HUNT. COTTAGE, 8 rooms; Improvements; large fiuut-ii, iruu; cusworm aveuue. ueui Whalley. mv28 tf II.. Courier Office. FOR HUNT. LEASANT furnished single or adjoining rooms, with or without board. myli tf l&- ST. JOHN ST. FOR RENT. NEW eight-room house, corner of Livings ton aim manner streets; all modern im provements. Enquire of O. M. SCRAN TON, 114 Lawrence street. an24 tf FOR RENT. AT West Haven. 2 furnished cottages. 7 rooms, barn, bath houses. PERKINS, niylS tf 13 Center street. STORE FOR It KMT. FOB rent store, basement and second floor. sso. aai Mate street, now occupied by Morning News Co.; possession April 1st IVlbBUlt f. VAI, mhll tf ' 809 Chapel street FARM WANTED N exchange for a two-fnmilv hnua with - modern go nveniencea. larra ham at. tra large lot, fin location, near eleotrlo cars. Call on or address GEO. A. TSTIET.Tj oMtf 708 Chapel street. For Sale, T.nt in Whltnov ApamiA A residence on Whitney Avenue, finished I Intent ntvlaa A flrst-class residence on Trnmnnll street jnvESTMHNT PROPERTIES. G. W. OSBORN, Room 29, Benedict Building. FOR SALE, A good farm: fine location: nt hniitn.. Low price: easy terms. If von want a farm see this before bnylnr. Call or address GEORGE A. ISBELL, mh23 70S Chanel atnuat FOR SALE, Twn-fnmilv house An Tllnfnhlaw modern improvements. ' Rents On Ward. Hnw Pnrlr nnri limn streets. Money to loan at 5 per cent. JOHNC. PUNDERFORD, 116 CHURCH STREET. (Monday and Saturday evenings.) TO LOAN, $100,000, in Sums to Suit. HENRY A. PALLMAN, 116 Church Street, my an Rooms 9 and 10. For Rent, vuituBo n& miuKy iiettuu near Wootlmont; contains 7 furnished rooms; to the flgUt party will be rented low. Merwin's Real Estate Qffics, 746 CHAPEL STREET. FOR SALE. A nOXT n mi a A nn ll vnrn I ntrnnnA nun uatnoiic on nrc n. navmcf lot 7iv2nrv fr Houses ana tenements for rent. Money to loan on city real estate CHAS. D. NICOLL & CO., No. 82 CHURCH STREET, rooms 14 and 15. upen Monday ana Saturday Evenings. Shore Cottage for Rent. A very aesiraDic. furnished cottaee on Savin Point, AY est Haven. For particulars, CHARLES II. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Monday and Saturday until 8 p.m. For Sale, A TtVO-STORY ' HOUSE WITH MOD ERN IMPROVEMENTS ON LOMBARD BTREET $3,200 Money to loan at five per cent. GEORGE F. NEWCOMB. Room 822, Exchange Building, cor. Church ana unapei streets. "What Our Eyes See." Two of the most attractive and nleasant lr situated corner houses on Oranee street: all improvements, hard-wood thronghout, mantel mirrors, tneci oatnroom, ana nre places; cabinet trimmed, exposed plumbing, ana steam neat; Deautnui mwns ana gar. dens, shade and fruit trees: asnhnlt street. open lor inspection, juiin a. an&.iix. jeiu x'oii jamming. Iii Beiiutiful West nayen. BUY A PLEASANT MODERN HOUSE. vf tu iiatb, run 11TU DAMlljllSS: ELEVEN FINE ROOMS. ALL SUNNY AND LIGHT; NICE LOCATION. PAY FOR ITSELF IN A SHORT TIME. A FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS WILIi SECURE IT. SAVE MONEY-OWN A HOME. FREDRIQUE R. LEWIS, Mornings at 852 Chapel street,, City; af ternoons at z uenter street, west jtiaven. For Sale. A BARGAIN. A house having all modern Improvements, with barn, situate on Elm street, near Sher man avenue. Owner Intends leaving the city. A two-family bouse on Scranton street. Money to Loan in Sums to Suit. L. G. H0ADLEY, Room 2, HOADLEY BUILDING, 40 Church Street. Olhce Open UlrenlrTS. New Two-family Houses, with all improvements. Blatchley Avenue, $6,000. Saltonstall Avenue, $3,500. Wlnuts. One Cent a Word nach lnanrt.lnn.flvi cents a Word for a full Week, seven times. v WANTED, SITTTATTrtV l .,....! i. i-M - competent woman; good references. It'17 1t. 1.. IK, v..ii.- cm WANVKIJ. COMPETENT seamstress (American) vonld like a position In private family, r would do light housekeeping. Address e!7 M SEAMSTRESS. Courier Olliee. WANTKM. ENTERPRISING man, giuall capital, to en- I N "'" p".vmciuu: medical enterprise. Address DOCTllll Jnin-nnl nn.l I '..,. I OMoe. 1el7 1t WANTISIK A SITUATION by a competent girl to do necuuu wore or waiting, uail tills after noon, nt nresent tilnoe. . HI It 827 ELM ST. WANTF.n. SITTTATION to do general housework. jell it- (Jail nt 31 GEO UGH ST. WANTED. A SITUATION for general housework at me east or west shore. Jcl7 It 82 PARK ST. AV ANTED, POSTTTON hv A nnmnnfant iwinmi aa chambermaid and seamstress; would do Wattitie 111 tltA rniinti.ir A Hrlruao l.ir lnfr.i Jel7 2t 36 BT. JOHN ST. WANTED. A SITUATION by a competent woman a cook or wouiu uo general housework for a private family; city references. Inquire for two days at Jel7 2t 19 DAVENPORT AVE. WANTED. ' A SITUATION to do housework or help In kuv niiuueuj ciiy, country or snore; gooai reference. Inquire at MH&l 22 YORK ST. WANTED. : BY a competent girl, a situation to do sec uuu wurs or general housework. Cull JpIO 2t , 212 FRANKLIN ST. wdvTvri CHILD'S nurse, one with' experience and Je14 tf foronoon or evenlne. LADY experienced in double-entry book writer.-' BOOKKEEPER, . Jell 7f Journal and Courier: WANTED, . A YOUNG lady of fair education for nlflca YAk MANUFACTURER. 3el0 7t Box 947, City. WlVTGTk s.l M. KUUm BEST Swedish and German servants are all neuureu uere. junipioyment Agency. ja tf 775 CHAPEL ST WANTED. EVERYBODY needing servants to call uKre. we supply an the Uest. We bav sorted Out and discarded most Of the use less class. These seek new offices (when they are not known), which are springing up constantly. We have been- here year and use judgment, selecting only those that will do the work required. We hav the finest facilities and can serve yon better than anyone else. EMPLOY MENT AGENCY. 775 Chapel st. au6 t KiTTiCT?vr,iTfiTa t r a t i WARTS and moles permanently - removed5 GRIFFINQ, 84 Park street. my7 3m STEAM AND GAS. AN experienced steam and gass fitter do' sires employment; nas oeen loreman ror several years, and can bring good ref-' erence. Address STEAM FITTER, . jellTt 194 Lamberton street TUB BICYCLE HEART IS Its bearings. Heart failure kills many, wneeis, but not the Tiger ana Tigress, which nave dust-proof bearings. LIN S LEY & LIGHTBOTJRN, je!417 - Open evenings. LARGE SPROCKETS MAKE Bikes run easier. Few-have this Im provement; the "Tiger" has It. Prices $40, $00 and $75. Tiger tandems $95. LINSLEY & LIGHTBOTTRN, , je!4 IT 33 and 39 Broadway. NEW DABIANCE CHAIN Gear Buckeye Mower.has roller anal Dan Dearings ana many other new lea tures. Come and look. . ' LINSLEY & LIGHTBODRN, Jel41T 33 and 39 Broadway. ,' KICKS AND KURES HAY to the "queen's taste." The Tiger all' steci xeaaer. Jel417 LINSLEY & LIGHTBOTJRN. TO IjOAN. ON first mortgage, $17,000 at 5 per cent. J ' auu at t per cent.; ow at o per centd Prompt attention given to good securU ties. HINMAN'S AGENCY, Jel2 7t Room 308, Exchange Bldg. KOWKUBK, THE great cow medicine; Increases tha milk ana prevents disease; costs a Done ' one cent a day. Garget Cure, , a sura thing, also euros milk lover. t LINSLEY & LIGHTBOTJRN, Jel4 17 Agents. WANTED TO BOARD TWO or three growing children, or an el- aeriy or innrm person, or any one who would like a good quiet home in a pleas and healthy locality for summer; terms moderate; references exchanged. If do sired; no postals. Address G. W. BAR-i NTJM, Killlngworth, Conn. Jel6 2t ' CLAIRVOYANT, TONTINE , Hotel - MARY J. WRIGHT, M. D., will return to Tontine Hotel June1 22. Doctor will tell what you want to know, without asking Questions, on medi cal, business and personal matters. Consul- tatton fi.ou. iiours aay ana evening; wun dny, 10 to 1. Jel5 District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, June 15th. 1RB7. - ESTATE of GRACE A. PARDEE, late o New Haven, in said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and appointed six months from the date hereof for the credit ors of said deceased to bring in their claims' against said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will bet debarred. All persons indebted to said es tate nre requested to make immediate pay ment to GEORGE L. DICKERMAN, lelO 3t Executor. ' Investment Securities. 25 shs Merchants Nat'l bank stock. 12 shs Southern N. E. Telephone Co. stock. 25 shs Boston Electric Light Co. stock. 100 shs Winchester Avenue RR. stock. 100 shs Brooklyn City RR. Co. stock, guar anteed 10 per cent. 100 shs Detroit, Hillsdale & Southwestern! RR. Co. stock. 50 shs Swift & Co. stock. $2,000 Swift & Co. 6 per cent, bonds. $2,000 Danbnry & Bethel RR. 5 per cent, bonds. $5,000 Town of Sonthlngton 4 per cent, bonds. For sale by H.C. WARREN & CO., 108 ORANGE STREET TO RENT, IN The Kensington, 284 Orange street, first floor, south side; very desirable, sunny, unfurnished apartment of 7 rooms and! bath, unexpectedly vacated. Possession given at once. Inquire of CHARLES H. WEBB. jelS St 850 Chapel street. Rent Free for the Summer A man owning a good sized bouse In the country will allow a family to occupy It rent free. A good chance for a rammer vacation. Also shore cottage for rent cheap. K.E.BALDWIX, . atw, tl Cbapi street.