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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOUHNAL AND COURIER MONDAY. AUGUST 23 1897. 51 Last Week of AMgnist To be marked by Special Sale of Housekeeping Linens and Domestics. r ,j, A superb stock of New W Goods to offer you, and all : W bought previous to the ad- I: It vance .In prices. Save Hooey On every purchase made this week on Table Damask, at 50c, 56c, 75c, 85c, 95c, $1.00, , $1.25,$ 1,50, $1.75 and $2. Damask Napkins at $ 1 .00, $1.25, $1.38, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25, $2.75, $3.00, $3.50 to $5.75. . Damask Cloths, 8x10 size, at $2.38 and $3.00. 8 x 12, at $2.85 and $3.50. Crash Toweling, at 1 0c, 12c, 15c and 18c Huck Towels, 10c, 2j4c, 15c, 19c, 25c, 38c. to $1.50, , Bath Towels, 12c, 25c, 29c; 39c, 50c, 75c . and $1.00. " - Toilet Quilts, at $1.25, . $1.50, $175, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 to $12.00. Sheets mod Pillow Cases At prices of muslin alone. Torn by hand and sewed by electricity, laundered ready , for use. SHEETS, 42c, 45c, 50c., 75C, 88c, to 1.50 each. . PILLOW CASES, 12ic to 38c each.' , 6 72 to 768 Chapel Stree ANTISEPTIC Velvet Toilet Powder. Removes perspiration. Relieves that sticky feeling. ' Gives ease to tired, achirig feet and prevents chafing from any cause. For the dressing table and nursery it is not only the best, but the cheapest Toilet Pow der in the market. Put up in a fancy metal box with sprinkler top, it is con venient for the satchel, and a puff is not required. Twenty Cents a Box. Sent by mail to any address on receipt of twenty-five cents in stamps. E.l. 1 PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS, 84 Church and 81 Center streets, NEW HAVEN, CONN. HIGHEST GRADE DAIRY PRODUCTS. Pasteurized Milk AND Pasteurized Cream. Oar Pasteurized Milk Is a perfect food. - Our Pasteurised Cretin will whip In frost tiro to tore minutes. FOB SALE BY GROCERS. Dally Delivery to Families. M.B. andF. S. HUBBELL, MAPLR HILL FARM. Northford. Conn. OBce 2iP .Wooster street. ' . wwpnone WB-e, SOW READY, The Choicest Spring Patterns of Leading Mates In 1897 urapenes, Wall Papers, etc It has always been my aim to supply nothing but the best makes in Carpets ; to make and lay them in a thorough and workmanlike manner. CARPET WAREROOMS, , H. B. PERBY 914 Chapel Street For Excursions Picnics WE HAVE A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORT. flENT OP CANNED GOODS AMONG WHICH WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING! : R. & R. Boned Turkey . Is 45c " Boned Chicken, la 45o i " BonedjChieken, s 25o " Potted Ham, R 20o " Potted Ham, &s . . . .12o " Potted Tongue, J-.s 20o " Potted Tongue, 8 , . . .12o Whole Rolled 1 1 lb. Tin. . ; 5Bo Ox Tongue. J 2 it. Tin 5c Consisting of (Chicken, 2oe a tiu. Nothing more delicate for sandwiches. icftnsott & isrotner .v xsiii V5 wffl v w w w: vr. w xr i Telephone 3ufr& 411 and 413 State Street, Comer Court Ff. Pressed Beef. Have ou Tried It? It's something new. Made from the best selected beef, cooked, flavored only with a little salt, ground fine and pressed into blocks not can ned. You slice it, put on a little more salt and pepper it you like, and you have some thing delicious, appetizing, and fit for a king or a dys peptic. 1 : Dried Beef. We select and cure it our selves. Only best and sweet est meat used : our word for it. Oar Window Display this week is of PICKLES, pint bottles, mixed or plain, io cents ; all fresh goods. M. FULLERTON, Proprietor. 926 Chapel Street, 1231 Chapel Street. 'aaaaaaaamaaamaammamaaaaaaaaa LOWEST SPOT CASH PRIGS FOR PIKE FRESH MEATS CARRIED HOME BY THE COKSUMER. Booth Meat Co. JT State Street, aTnors 6a Congress A vs. Oo State Street. elUnLd wi Grand Ave. 7 Grand Ave.. Fair Haven. urn 111 Grace Carpets, Rugs. Mattings, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Upholstery Goods, Curtains, SA.I UltDAY'S BALI. UAJWS. Strouse, Adler & Co, Team Again Won Nonptu-lels Defeated by Uran lord State and Nntionul League Games. The Strouse-Adler company nine kept up their winning Saturday afternoon by defeating the Hartford Lyceum team in one of the most interesting games of the season. The score was 4-2 in favor of the Btrouse-Adler company team. The game was a pitcher's bat tle. Clause of the home team excelling. Both nines did fine work in fielding and the brilliant grand stand plays, nu merous during the game, were well ap plauded by the large audience. The local team was captained by Beecher as McHugh, the regular captain, who is a member of the Sarsfields, did not return from camp in time to be present at the game. The battery for the Strouse-Adler company team consisted of Piatt and Clause, while the battery for Hartford were Marvel and 'Sulli van. Fayettes Defeated. The Hamden baseball team defeated the Fayettes of this city Saturday af ternoon by the score 6-2. The Ham dens led by the score 1-0 up to the sev enth inning, when the Fayettes ran in two scores and took the lead. Hamden soon forged ahead again, however, and kept the lead until the end Of the game. Farrell and Dalton, tSe battery for Hamden, did great work. Welch and King held the points for the Fayettes. The Nonpareils Lost. The Branfords won from the Non pareils of this city easily Saturday af ternoon in Branford by the score 17-3. For two innings the Nonpareils played good ball, but went to pieces in the third and did not rally. Branford will play Shelon-DeBby next Saturday. State League Games. Meriden defeated Bridgeport 7-6. Waterbury defeated Derby 9-6. Torrington took two games from Bristol, the first by 12-2 and the second by 13-8. National X.eague Gaines. Boston won from Pittsburg 13-12. Baltimore won from Cleveland 12-6. Philadelphia won from Cincinnati 8-1. St. Louis won from Brooklyn 4-3. "Washington won from Chicago 6-4. New York won from. Louisville 7-1. SVyOAY BALL GAMES. Newark Forfeits to Hartford. Newark, Aug. 22. To-day's game was forfeited to Hartford, 9 to 0, after a row which threatened to become a riot. A decision by Umpire Charles Brady in the sixth Inning so incensed the New ark rooters that it required the ser vices of half a dozen policemen and ball players to get Brady safely away. One Newark man suffered a broken nose' and a woman fainted during the ex citement Score: i Newark 1 0 2 0 0 03 53 Hartford .1 0 0 3 3 7111 Batteries Johnstone and Searfoss; Frey and Roach. Death of Mrs. Dowd. Mrs. Dowd, mother of John C. and James Dowd, of the firm of J. C. Dowbl & Co., New York, died Monday at Far Rockaway, L. I., after a brief illness. Mrs. Dowd until a few years ago re sided on Winchester avenue in this city. Funeral services were held in Rockaway, and the interment In Brat tleboro, Vt. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. GUson and Miss Ford were among those at tending the funeral from New Haven. WINDROWS OF PEANUT SHELLS. The heavy shower of Sunday morn ing proved a God-send to the gentle men who labor to keep the green clean, and to the city whose street cleaning funds are so low. The shower In ques tlon washed up In small windrows the peanut shells and other debris left by thev multitudes of illumination week. The "accumulation along some of the walks resemble somewhat the windrows of sea weeds and shells swept up on the shore of the ocean. HELPED OUT THE CITY. Owing to the destitution of the city's finances the firm of Brooks & Co., at the corner of Chapel and State streets, has bad the accumulation of debris In the sewer sink In front of their store cleaned out at Its own expense. Gener al Ford has employed men at his own expense to clean out the one on the opposite slle of the street in front of his premises. ITJS.VS OV LOCAL SEWS. The annual drum and fife corps con vention will be held at Savin Rock next Wednesday. It Is expected that forty-three corps with forty-three drum majors and about 400 drummers and fifers will be in attendance. Before go ing to the rock they will give a parade around the principal streets of the city. The programme will be announced later. Rev. Clinton W. Wilson, Yale 'S3, and a graduate of Oberlln Theological sem inary, and at present pastor of the First Congregational church In Ogdens burg, N. Y., has been called to the pas torate of a church in Westerly, R. I. If the Baby in Outline Teeth. Be sard and use that old and well-tried rem edy, Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diar rhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. tUl MWB'&wly Gorman's Specialty Alliance comes to Savin Rock on the week of August 23. The audience has the satisfaction of witnessing something peculiarly in ac cordance with his or her individual tastes. 5SfM timils Ufaa'.ort x si snty VIP) CABTOniA. 1 !: n vrappeb OASTORIA. Thsris- I fas- - i.m: slpu' Un PALACE MARKET SPECIAL BARGAINS. Legs Lamb, 10c pound. Chickens, 7c pound. Turkeys. 12c ponnd. California Hams, 9c pound. Corned Beef. 2c pound. Steak, 7c ponnd. And fanndrerts other bargains. E. SCHOENBERGER & RON. 92-36 Gteige street, and. 1-2-3 Central Mar ket. - If you're paying One Dollar a dozen for Ginger Ale and want the best at the price, get i "Delatour" It's from the firm who have made "Delatour Soda the world's standard, and is our best American Ginger Ale. wvwwww 770 Chapel St. , NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. City Engineer's Office, No. 17 City Hull, New idaven uomi. Aug. 21st, 1897. SEALED PROPOSALS will he reeelvert atthls office until 2 p. m. September 1st, Fortaklncf down and removing flnri tmaa from the city streets and parks. Blank lorms of proposal, and anv Infor mation concerning mans, specifications, bonds, etc., will be furnished upon appli cation. No nrooosal will be received attar tlm time specified, and all proposals not on the blanks furnished or not properly filled out, will be rejected. The right to reject any or all bids Is re served. By order of the Director of Public Works. au2S 3t O. W. KELLY, City Engineer. To the Board of County Commisloncrs for Jew iiaven uonnty: I herebv annlv for a HppnKA tn sell smir- ltuous and intoxicating liquors, ale, lager Davenport avenue, Broad and" Oak streets, town of New Haven. My place of business is nor, located witnin zuij leet in a cirect line of a church edifice or public school house, or tbe premises pertaining thereto, or any postofBee or public library. i'ukuuubb jnauu, Applicant. We, the undersigned, electors and tax payers, as defined by law, of the town of New Haven, hereby endorse the applica tion of the above named for such license. Dated at New Haven, this 17th day of Au gust, A. D. 181)7. John Galiagher, Anto nio De Wardo, E. Montano, Donato Vece, Henry Qanley. au!8 oaw 2t To the Board of County Commissioners for rvew Haven uouuty: I hereby apply for a license to sell spir ituous and intoxicating liquors, ale, lager beer. Rhine wine and cider, at 257 Hamil ton street, Town of New Haven. My place of business is not located within 200 feet in a direct line of a church edifice or public scuooi-nouse, or rue premises pertaining thereto, or any postofBee or public library. JOHN BEECHER, Applicant. Dated at New Haven, this 18th day of August, A. D. 1807. auEl oaw 2t To the Board of County Commissioners for New Haven County: I hereby apply for a license to sell spir ituous and intoxicating liquors, ale. lager beer, Rhine wine and cider, at 380 East street, Town of New Haven. My place of business is not located within 200 feet In a direct line of a church edifice or publlo school-house, or the premises pertaining thereto, or any postofBee or public library. JERRY MORAN, Applicant We, the undersigned, electors and taxpay ers, as . defined by law, of the Town of New Haven, hereby endorse the application of the above named for such license. Dated at New Haven, this. 20th day of August, A. D. 1897. O. R. Vlcklas. Thomas J. Bo han. P. G. Anthony, Wm. T. Shannon, Fred H. Brethaur. au21 oaw 2t District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, Annuo lO.t. 1 QCYT ESTATE of GEORGE W. COOPER, 'of sew Haven, m saia uistnet. Georce W. Cooner havlne made written application praying for the removal of his conservator and the . restoration to bim of his capacity jind estate, as by said appli cation on nie in tms .ourt more imiy ap nears. it Is ORDERED That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Pro bate to be bold nt New Haven, in said Dis trict, on the 2th day of August, 1897, nt ten o'clock In the forenoon, arid that public notice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearlnu thereon, bo given by publishing this order three times in some newspaper navmg a circulation m smoi District. LIVINGSTON W. CLEAVELAND, au213t Judge. Buy Native Potatoes For 7."ic bushel. Also Pure Jnrsev Milk, one-auarter cream at 8c per quart. Let us begin to furnish you as you retarn from the country, and you will get a goou nrncie. Fine Butter and Eggs. Pure Cider Vine gar. Sweet Cream and Milk. At wholesale and retail at the Litchfield Milk and Cream depop, No. 2 Whitney ave. Telephone 1339-4. E. H. CLARK.. OUR RANGES Bake Well, .Wear Well, Eun Economically. The range is the pivot about which all good housekeeping revolves. A cheap range is dear at any price. Those we sell have heavv castings, large firepots, arid good sized ovens. You cannot make a mistake on one 01 the lollowing : Oakland, Domestic, New Haven, Household. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefumislierj, Orange and Center streets CASH OR CREDIT. For Illumination, Decorations,' and Seashore Cel ebrations. FIREWORKS.RFLAGSioLoANTERNS. FRUITS for all occasions. J. B. JUDSON, . m CHAPEI4 STREET JUMATUIiK ALMANAC. AUG. 23. Sun Hisks, 5 09 Moon Rises, I Hion Watbr, SON burs, ::JU IfcIO I 6:49 COLTON In Waltbnra, Mass., August 20. iuuy xutiie uouon, ageo a years, wiaow of Mr. Henrv M. Onlton. Burial at Grove street cemetery to-day, Auirust 23d. at K n. m. BLAKESLEE In this city, August 21st, dime j wiuow or tpe late inzerno lilakeslee. acred Rft nun. Funeral services will be attended from her late residence, No. 329 Exchange street, on Monday, August 2;!d, at 3 o'clock. Relatives and friends ar respectfully in vited to attend without further notce. REYNOLDS In this city, August 22d, jaines Keynoids, aged uo years ana jlo months. Funeral from his late residence, 577 East street, Tuesday, August 24tn, at 8 a. m. Solemn requiem mass at St. Patrick's church at 9:30. Burial at St. Lawrence cemetery. Please omit flowers. The mombers of the Emmet Clnb are hereby notified to assemble at Clan-Na-Gael nan at o o'clock Tuesday morning ior tne purpose of attending the funeral of our de ceased brother, James Reynolds. Members oi tne iiratian uiuo are invitea to nttena the meeting at Clan-Na-Gael hall this even ing at 8 o'clock. ".Evening papers copy. M AKIN IS JL1ST. PORT OF NEW HAVEN. ARRIVED. Sch Cora M., .Bangor, lumber. Sch Grace P. Willard, Bangor, lumber. Sch E. C. Knicht. Crowley. Norfolk, lum ber. CLEARED. Sch Belle Wooster, Oram, Phila. Sch -George E. Dudley, Wilson. Norfolk. Sch Oliver Ames, Morgan, Phlla. Sch Green County Tanner, N. T. Sch Wm. Neely, Thompson, Phlla. Sch H. G. Mosely, Holt, Phlla. Sch Anna Pendleton, Henly, Phlla. KENTS FRKK TO SEPT. 1st. STORES, flats, houses and tenements. -Call lor nut. aua It a. M-axium. FOR RENT. LOWER floor at 111 Dwight street; modern conveniences. aua eou at- AUCTION SALE 141 ORANGE, Tuesday, 10 a. m. Parlor suit. Bookcases, uesK, fining juuu-, Sewing Machines, Foldlngbed, Chamber Suits, Linoleum, Carpets, Crockery, etc. au23 2t U. JH. MALiljLlJtl, auuuuueer. FOR RENT, FIRST floor, 885 Whalley avenue, 6 rooms. auas at anquire oixwiwj n wun, FOR RENT. TWO flats, new house, six rooms, all Im provements. Apply au23 St 13 BISHOP ST. FOR RENT. 80 DICKEBMAN street, five rooms, first floor, one room tnira floor; moaern im provements; set range and furnace. au20 eod 3t Inquire 33 BROADWAY. ROOMS FOR RENT. FORTY rents from $3 to $12. Call for a Printed List. JOHN T. BLUAJN, au20 eod 8t 828 Chapel street. HOUSES FOR RENT. TEN one-family houses from $9 to ?20; as many mere from JB5 upward, uaii ior Printed List. JOHN T. SLOAN, , au20 eod 7t 828 Chapel street. FOR SAIiE. TO close an estate, the valuable corner property located on Columbus avenue ana Christopher street; lot 73x103 feet. JOHN C. PUNDERFQRD. Executor, au20 tf . 116 Church street. TO RENT. RECENTLY constructed house. No. 385 Howard avenue, all conveniences; loca tion and surroundings perfect; twelve rooms. HENRY TROWBRIDGE, aulS 7t Room 8, 101 Orange street. HOUSES FOR RENT. 89 TRTTMBTJLL street, $900; 409 Orange stret, $720; 144 Bradley street, $550; 28 Trurauull street, ouu; sj.i uwwn street, $420; 14 Warren street, $430; 22 Warren street, $300 ; 545 Howard avenue, $360; 32 Pine street, $240. Also a dozen smaller one-family houses. Call for Printed List JOHN T. SLOAN, au20 eod 7t 828 Chapel street. WHEN A MAN Tells yon all Laundries are alike, let him try THE POND LILY. We are not like any other laundry on earth, for the reason that we do not rely on what some other fello-w tells us as to how to do our work, in other words we think for ourselves. . Another reason Is that WE have a laun dry that Is complete In every detail. Wo would ce nieasea to nave, yvu tun wm in spect our Laundry on Wednesday or Thurs day. Take the Edgewood Avenue Cars. They come to our door. COATS. PANTS. VESTS, DRESSES, KIBBUJNS, LAUJS3, UAjU V mo, , Dyed or Cleaned. CARPETS, RTJGS, PORTIERES, SPREADS, BLANKETS, LiA.JEi UUftiAlHiS, Cleaned and Reflniahed. THE POND LILY CO., No. 123 Church Street, Telephone. A Select Boarding School for Boys. SOCRATIO METHOD OF INSTRUCTION. No elasses each pupil taught separately. Curriculum comprehensive and practical. Every home comfort and convenience. Location high and healthy. Send for circulars. Address Prof. J. M. LEE, Principal, aul7 3m LITCHFIELD, CONN. Mrs. and Miss Cady's School FOR GIRLS, 68 Hillhouse Avenue, reopens weanesuay, uctooer ptn. Primary and Kindergarten menmpfl In rharire of Miss Aline W nrltro.. Fraulein Wolff in German and M'lle Kolb in Frencn. JNO pains win De spared to make this department or tne school a suc cess. Large sunny room on second floor. Number in this and Intermediate Depart ment limited to twenty. aul6 2m THE DESSAUEB-TROOST WYK SCHOOL OF MUSIC, 781 Chanel Street. Office Honrs Tuesdays and Fridays from 4 to o p. m. qnnng August. yHj MECHANICAL DRAWING, PERSPECTIVE MATHEMATICS, MECHANISM, Etc. F. R. HONEY. Instructor at Trinlrv Col. lege, Hartford: Law Chambers, 179 Church St., i"ew liaven. Appointments by mail. E. W. VOORHEES, Consulting Advertiser, 50 Orange Street, KSW HATBN. CONS. MISS WHEDON'S SCHOOL, FOR GIRLS AND BOYS, 33 WALL STREET, ivcui c o OLri UMfilEK 28. Primary, Junior, and Senior Departments. Special classes for advanced pupils. Until Ptu ivv'r i i f-wuejja street, jea am Estate. FOR RENT. DESIRABLE flat, 687 State street! tl. mod- eru improvements; steam neat; reasonauie rent. Inquire 798 CHAPEL ST., Jyl5 tf up one flight IN exchange for a two-family house with modern oo nvenlenoes, large barn, ex tra Inrira lnt An. ImiHnn iiiian Alaiit.rla oars. Call on or address ' UKU, A. iSUBl.U, 029 tf 708 Cbapel street. STOKE FOR BKNT. FOR rent store, basement and second floor. iia. obi. mate street, now occupied DJ Morning News Co.; possession April 1st .WILBUR F. DAY, inhll tf 809 Chapel street FOR RENT. AT Morris Cove, pleasant furnished rooms ou morns street; House naa snore iront, with good boating, bathing and fishing. Will be rented reasonable and cheap. An- &ly MRS. J. L. FOLEY. Morris street, orris Cove or 3. L. FOLEY & CO., 763 Grand avenne. yO tf FOR SALE, A rood farm! fins location i nleo tinUi"'-. Low price: easy terms. If too want a farm ee this before buyinp. Call or address GEORGE A. ISBELL. oh23 70S Chapel street For Sale, A desirable two-family house on Lawrence st, $6,500. f J" K A A Mh Boom 1124, Exchange Building, cor. Ohnrch IT HAS COME ! GREAT boom In Westvllle real estate. many new nouses to pe Greeted. Beauty of location and rapid transit th cause. Oompetlnff eleetrle lines nlnne residents within flften minutes of city's center. uesiraoie iois ior sale. H. O. PARDEE, Jal8tfl22 Fountain street. Westvllle. For Sale, SIX HOUSES ON ORANGE STRBET. ,W1H be sold on very easy terms. Merwin's Real Estate Office, 748 CHAPEL STREET. . FOR RENT, No. 45 Lake Place, 12 rooms, all Improve ments, hardwood finish, $45. No. 411 Orange St., 13 rooms, all Improve ments; can oe occupied at once. $60. CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 ChaDsl Straat. Closed Saturday at 1 p. m. Open . Monday untu o p. m. - FOR SALE, Small rma-famllv house on RrtT tw for $1,000. FOR RENT, Houses and tenements in all nnr of tha city. . , Money to loan on city real estate. CHAS. D. NICOLL & CO., No. S2 CHURCH STREET, rooms 14 and 15. upen Monday ana tsatnraay mvenlngs. FOB SALE, Two-family house. West Chanel streM. $4,500. Si5,ooo to loan at 5 per cent, on city property. . JOHN C. PUNDERFQRD, U6 CHUROfl STREET. (Monday and Saturday evenings.) REAL ESTATE. Central Investment properties. ImnroveA and unimproved. D iret-ciass residences ana lots. Desirable two-family dwellings. MONEY TO LOAN. G. W. OSBORN, ' ROOM 29, BENEDICT BUILDING, 82 CHURCH STREET. Ideal Home High, healthy, built In best manner : In. spectlon invited; complete in every par ticnlar neighborhood and location the best. Address owner: JOHN E. HEALY, ROOM 90, POLI BUILDING. TO LOAN, V $100,000, in Sums to Suit. HENRY A. PALLMAN, 116 Church Street, my 30 Rooms 9 and W. For Rent, SIX rooms, flats on Edgewood; alMmprove- Slx rooms, flats on Chapel street all lm- Money to Loan on Rear Estate. W.D. JUDSON, an!3 868 CHAPEL STREET. Attractive Homes In Delightful West Haven. up to naxtji mquora conveniences; high and healthful; central locations, close to etVitstla hiirnha ntvrpfl And illti it... di i T , buw . unci HUB: all night cars. a viie-xnumj ovu iur ?.a,ouv, or a TWO family house for $3,600; each lot 50 feet fmnt A f pw hnnflrad tallati will nnA thorn. Others from $2,200 un. All rfooi- able. investigate, ana prepare ior tne fall. FK.Kmt.roTiv. ft. Trcwrs Mornings at 852 Chapel street; afternoons at A3 ftantor utrepf. Wont TTnvan For Sale. A BARGAIN. A house having all modern improvements, with barn, situate on Elm street, near Sher man avenue, Ownei intends leaving the city. A two-family house on Scranton street, Money to Loan in Sums to Suit. L. G. H0ADLEY. Room 3. HOADLEX BCHLDING, 49 Ch-iren Street Office Open Bvenlr-s. 244 OEGHAED STSEET lot 105x145. Price Low. One Cent a Word each inmMnn n cents a Word for a full Wi.k ..... .v miiQii times. gggy jefore twelve o-oiocl, au lit w .'.uuiioub. uiia. UAUtt, JSig-11 126 Court street. Eennl!n1mpetent w?ma. a situation to do. BlUrf It Irtrt AHWAfnil Sam T 117 A m.T'1-lnn . ASBSnInA,N fe general housework . or ih-l. inquire ' . . nPeni Swedish au23 It loo TOAjnrriw a-n rt?HoyLmus,t ,have. common school i l'u,V UUQ accurate with flgures. Address in own handwritina i,ASe' abl"ty.Tre?'lnce, etc au23 lt p. o. Rnv 9R7 " vlf W7 A vr IT T SI.A??I,t d? senerai housework, or au28 It XUMlt 8T MALLEY, NEELY & CO. are Prepared tA reco ve nnnll.tl... ".r?"0..10 coming FaT. season f mns (eitC EMPLOYMENT by smart,' reUable vonni SS' 4 f nrnlence.re Address w at B., This Office. 11T Aiummw 2. pP8;1e'ced waitress and parlor maids Xf'h 0l'0u1? understand her tatles and have satisfactory referencea. Anni . auj. 2t pan phospbcj g.j; be haJ Rnsrvwlaer95n terrl'w caa . Office, WBeWINES3' New Bpf2s ,x, experienced- in double-entrv honk. auio Tf Journal and Courier. nn.n , WANTED, nA. ?nto 8 Btrl0? flrst-olass private fam ily all communications stricfiy cjmfl llSi aul8 7t BOX 21 iSS rSdhi an4 ierm,an rrant are an secured here. Employment Aeency. Ja? tf 778 OHAPIift. W Wlvmnin EVERYBODY needing servants to' call here We supply all tie best We have sortad out and discarded most of the use" thCi2!8-J:'eM new 0ffl9 (where they are not known), which are sprWlnz up constantly. We nave Ken here yeaia fht JFK eIethig only those that will do the work required. We have the finest facilities and can serve you t!?$?SL .tnan anyone else. EMPLOY MENT AGENCY, 778 Chapel St. tie tf BUFFALO LITHIA WATER cares Bright' Disease. Pamphlets on application. Pt prletor, Buffalo Lltlila Springs, Va. oawtt RRTTfttr moo mu EXCELLENT quality 610 Oval Faint Brushes, good enough, for a good deal Sir LMSBi 00 cents eacn to painters. au21 28 25 LINSLBY & LIGHTBOUKN. TWENTY rents in Fair Haven from $5 t JOHNT. SLOAN, ' " ot bzm cnapel street. TWO rents of three large pleasant rooms in d air tiaven, a and 7. . a .x 'JOHN T, SLOAN, an21eod4t 828 Ohapel street. STORKS FOR RENT. STORES on Chapel, State, Crown, Frank, aiue oueets, ana uongress ana Columbus avenues. J&Hrf T. SLOAN, tuai eod 8t 828 Chapel street LAWN MOWERS. STOP running that back-breaking, grass. grinding toaehliie, when the balance oi vui uawu uiuwCTB are going at snort cub rates. . au21 2$ 25 LINSLEY & LIGHTBOURN. BUY . Linseed Oil now. Even though yea uui uu vamuug, uay at low nae pncen the original Paint Pushers. LINSLEY 4 LfOHTBOljaW , an21 23 25 88 and 39 Broadway, m HORSK CLEANERS. WERE yon lueky enough to get a 25 cent vurry uomu ior cents r uniy a law) more left. au2123 25 LINSLBY A UGHTBOTJBN PliY TOBTURH ISN'T half as cruel as horse and. cow too ture. "Do" the flies by bathing' yon : beasts with oar "Tongh-cn-flies haft . price. au21 23 25 LINSLEY LIGBTTBOTJRN, NOTICE, All persons are hereby warned that my son, Carl Muns, has no authority to con tract any bills In my name. AH bills, ofl whatever nature, contracted by him, I shall refuse to pay. au20 3t REGINA MPNZ. CLAIRVOYANT. ' PERSONAL 1157 Chapel street between York and Park MARY J- WRIGHT, M. D.7 Consultation on medical, business and per" sonal matters, $1.00; doctor treats all chronic and nervous diseases with or with, out medicine. Hours 9 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5. 8 to 9 p. m. i Jy8 WALIilNGFORD HOTEIi, ROBERT HAY, Proprietor. Center street, Walilngford, Conn. Newlyi fitted and furnlBhed throughout. Everything neat and comfortable. pleasant and at tractive rooms. Excellent fare. The "Wek lingford" is eligibly situated on a fine sh4v street and Is several hundred feet above the sea level. It affords all the requisites for comfort and health. An ample plazssj and large elm trees add to Its attractive, ness and comfort. No more desirable place! in the State for summer boarders. For fam ilies it is unsurpassed. The present propri etor has had many years' experience In ca tering to the public, and his reputation l a sufficient guarantee that bis house is all that could be deBired. Special Sunday din ners for bicycle and other transient parties-First-class Livery connected with the ho tel. For particulars as to terms, etc, call on or address ROBERT HAY. Walilngford. Conn. Telephone No. 428-2. Je2 3m NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received by the! Booi'd of Selectmen of tbe town of Wal lineford at their office until two o'clock p m. of Monday, August 80th, 1897, for grading and macadamizing sections of the Old Colony and Hartford and New' Haven turnpike roads, In accordance with the plans and specifications submitted to the highway commissioner. Bids should give the price per lineal foot for each section of said road, with the priv ilege of the town, through its Selectmen, to Increase or diminish the number of feet Improved. Specifications may be examined at the: Selectmen's ofllce. Town Hall, Walllngfbrd, or at the office of the Highway Commls- sloner at Hartford. The Selectmen reserve the right to reject any or all bids, as the In terests of the town may appear. Each bid shall be accompanied with a bond for $1,000 signed by the bidders, an1 one or more sureties satisfactory to the Selectmen, conditioned that If the contract shall be awarded to the bidder he will, when required by tbe Selectmen, execute an agreement. In writing, to perform the work according to the specifications. Dated at Walilngford, Aueust 12th, M97. JOHN M. McKENZIE. W. BTTBR HALL. i WM. E. HALL. ' aula 12t Selectmea. OWX A HOME. $10 a Month. E.K.ELVDWrI.