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NEW TtAVKN MORNING .TOCTiNAL AND COUEIEK MONDAY. AUGUST 30 1897.
j V 1 1- . V r i r Itefflsfop- New Fall Goods Opening Daily From Now On New Dress Goods, New Silks, New Wraps, New Waists, New Underwear. Housekeepers' Sale of Table Linen and Napkins, Towels and Toweling, Quilts and Comfortables, Flannels and Blankets, Continued this week. Hundreds took advantage of the prices last week. Summer Goods .pAbout Qiven Away. ' Linen Crash Suits at ' Linen Batiste Skirts at "All our Shirt Waists at White Pique Skirts at Duck Dress Skirts at - $3.00. -. 1.00. SOc. - 3.75. - 1.00. Colored Lawn Wrappers at $1.00 and 1.25. China Silks, have been. $1, at 25c. " Special Sale of Wool Dress Goods, Greatly under value, 46-inch width, at 56 cents Just the thing for Fall wear. 672 to'678 Chapel Stree ANTISEPTIC Velvet Toilet Powder. Removes perspiration. Relieves that sticky feeling. Gives ease to tired, aching 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 oh receipt of twenty-five cents in stamps. E. L k CO. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS, 84 Church and 61 Center streets, new. Haven, conn. HIGHEST GRADE DAIRY PRODUCTS. Pasteurized Milk AND Pasteurized Cream. Onr Pasteurized Milk Is a perfect food. Onr Pasteurized Grecm will whip In from two to three minutes. -S'OK SAL41 Br GROCERS. Dally Delivery to Families. M. B. andF. S. HUBBELL, MAPLE BILL If ABM. . TO Northftit-d, Conn. niBM HiR Wool tar street. SOW READY, The Choicest Spring Patterns of Leading Makes in 1897 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 WARERO QMS, H. B. PERKY 914 Chapel Street. For Excursions " Picnics WE HAVE A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORT flENT OP CANNED OOODS AMONQ WHICH WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING : IX. & R, Boned Turkey, U 5o " Bonod Chicken, It 5 " Boned Chicken, s 23o " Potled Ham, ya 20o " l'otted Hum, i 12o " Totted Tongue, s 20o " Potted Tongue, Ha -l2o Whole Rolled) V, lb. Tin .Mo Ox Tongue. J 2 lb. Tin 6no Franco Am. Game PaUSs, f Consisting of chicken, 2ao a tin. Nothing more delicate forsundwlob.es. mil nonnson & Brotner, Ofta !J' KM W M'-Jf'i'W VK -J W ?3 C 41.1 and 413 State Street, Corner Court. 5. Pressed Beef. Have fou 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 if you like, and you have some thing delicious, appetizing, and fit for a king or a dys- peptic, : . ., 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, 10 cents ; all fresh goods. N. A. FOLLERTOH, Proprietor. 926 Chapel Street, 1231 Chapel Street. CABINET AND HARD WOOD WORK. ALSO SAWING, TURNING, ASd Jobbing In Wood of nil kiadi EDWARD P. BRETT, Builder, 16 Artisan Street, Telephone 253-12. u , U. S. N. Deck Paint. A Paint for Moors, Interior an A U-r.aii Dries Hard in One Night! ;xiign u-ioss finish. Sena for Circular. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 3396-98 State Street Mod race Carpets, Rugs. Mattings, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Upholstery Goods, Curtains, Draperies, Wall Papers, eta AU J VJl OA X'S 11 I 1, h O A MKS. Strousfl, Adlev & Co. Team Won From VllIiiKroid-Stnte and Nntlonnl League tiumes. The Strouse, Adler & Co. nine, the victorious amateur baseball team of this city, defeated the Wallingfords, also a strong team, on the Savin Rock grounds, Saturday afternoon, by the score 4-3. The game was witnessed by a large attendance and the many grand stand plays were generously applaud ed, as only a baseball crowd can ap plaud. The first run of the game was made in the fifth Inning by the Wallingfords, but the S., A. & Co. team did not per mit the visitors to long hold the lead. The home team scored two runs in the sixth, followed Up with another in the seventh and made the winning score In the ninth. Wallingfords' runs were made after the fifth inning in the eighth and ninth innings, one each. Claus and Piatt, 9., A. & Co.'s regular battery, held the points, while Wal lingford played Downey in the box and Gardner behind the bat. The Strouse.Adler & Co. nine will play its last game of the season next Saturday, when they will cross bats with the Mllfords at Savin Rock. The Nonpareil Won. ' The Nonpareils defeated the St. Ig natius team at the East Rock grounds. Saturday afternoon, by the score 15-5. The Nonpareils will play the Bay Views at Savin Rock on the afternoon of Labor day. The Indians Victorians. The Indians of this city defeated the Mt. Carmels at Railroad Park, Satur day afternoon, by the score 18-14. Heavy batting was a feature of the game. ' State League Games. Meriden defeated Bristol 8-0. Torrlngton won the first game from Waterbury 10-6; but lost the second game 4-5. Derby defeated , Bridgeport 8-6. National League Games.. Baltimore defeated Cincinnati 7-2. Boston defeated Cleveland 11-5. New York and Chicago tied at the end of the eighth Inning and darkness necessitated the calling of the game. Louisville won two games from Brooklyn, the first 11-5, and the second 6-5. Washington defeated St. Louis 16-11. Pittsburg defeated Philadelphia 6-4. SVXDAT BALI, GAMES. Hartford Wins at Paterson. Paterson, Aug. 29. Second Baseman Smith's error in the seventh inning to day gave the game to Hartford. Jones piched fine ball and should have won. The home team afterwards won an ex hibition game from Louisville by bunching their hits. The score: Paterson 10100020 0493 Hartford 00200040 6 7 1 Batteries Jones and Westlake; Vick ery and Roach. BLUEFISH PLENTIFUL. Fishermen Are Reporting Large Catch es in Harbor Waters. Blueflsh are reported plentiful in the harbor by fishermen. One man caught two hundred of the smaller size from the end of the breakwater one day last week, and Mr. George-Robinson of 50 Bishop street caught thirty-nine in two hours Saturday from Tomlinson bridge. Then his bait gave out and he had to quit. All of the thirty-nine fish were from five to eight inches in length. H. T. Warner, the popular conductor on the Dixwell avenue branch, of the Fair Haven and Westville road, caught Saturday 242 blueflsh off the breakwa ter and dug four bushels of clams on the beach near the watch house. POLITICIANS' PICNIC. Sixth Ward Republicans and Demo- crats Get Together for Fun and Have It. The lion and the lamb laid down to gether yesterday. In every day Eng- lish the republicans and democrats of the Sixth ward went on an outing to- gether, had a clambake together, play ed baseball together, and did many other things together without breaking the peace or seriously fracturing the new Sunday observance law. The great peace meeting was ar ranged for by Alderman Rourke, ex- Aldermen James Doughan and B. Kler- nah on behalf of 'the democrats, while Councllmen McKenna, Gifford and Philip Gilbert and William Sehappa bore the olive branch for the republic cans. Assembling at the corner of Greene and Franklin streets, the republico- democratic picnickers to the number of 150 were transported in Smedley s barges to Harry Leigh's place at Cosey Beach. Here they enjoyed life in all manner of ways. A clambake was prepared by Caterer Weiner. Then republicans met democratis in athletic contests. That republican, of might avordupois, William Sehappa, won the race for fat men, while that strong-armed demo crat, Jack Doughan, lifted the sixteen pound shot beyond all cbmpetitors. Edward Weiner, politics to us un known, got across the finish line first with his feet encased In a rock. There were other races, all of Which conduced to the fun. The republican-democratic ball game completed the day's events. A democratic informant says the democrats won by the score of 16 to 1. On surprise being expressed that those mystic numbers should have crept into a democratic baseball sto.-y also, the informant reiterated his statement and referred to a republican colleague he had with him to substa-at'ate the 16 to 1 myth. Said colleague smiled and winked the eye most distant from the democratic sory teller. The latter did condescend to say that there was some dispute as to whether the one run for the republicans should be allowed, but as James Eagan um pired the game, he guessed it was all right. The party returned about 9 o'clock, having pased a most enjoyable day. EtfTER 1A1SMK KTS. Hyperion Theater. SHORE ACRES AT THE HYPERION. That ideal comedy-drama of Ameri can life, "Shore Acres" will be the at traction at the Hyperion Wednesday evening, September 1. This beautiful play continues to attract all classes of theatre-goers, and it promises to be more successful than ever this season, which is its sixth consecutive one. Mr, reserving Time. Exercise the same care and foresight in getting mod materials, to preserve with that you do in selecting sound Fruit and picking out flawless jars to place it in. We sell ; White fUrandy that's the right sort. Whole Mixed Spice that's all spice. Green Ginger Root, IS cents pound. 770 Chapel St. Heme's play was originally produced in Chicago in May, 1892, and since then It has made some famous runs. It has had nearly 400 presentations in New Tork city, and Boston followed with over 200, Chicago comes third on the list with 140 presentations, and that is followed by Brooklyn, where the piece is also very popular. Mr. Heme ex pects to clear fully one half a million dollars with this quaint New England comedy. Among the players who will appar in the forthcoming production are Messrs. Archie Boyd, Atkins Law rence, E. J. Connelly, James Fenton, William Burton, James Burrows, Au gustus Wolford, H. P. Whittemore, and Misses Jeanne Otis, Belle Theodore, Eliza Hudson, Madge Claire, Ethel Con nelly, Lillian Claire and that remark able child actress, Gladys Green. Sale of seats now open. Prices $1, 75c, 50c and 25c, . . ROBERT MANTELL. Romantic Robert Mantell will be at the Hyperion Friday and Saturday presenting a new drama from the pen of W. A. Tremayne entitled "A Secret Warrant." The play Is founded on French history, the scenes being laid at thecourt of the regent, , Due d'Or- lans in 1720. Mr. Mantell is doubtless the represen tative romantic actor of the American stage. Many members of his company have been t seen here over and over again.each season demonstrating addi tional finish and adding to the perfec tion of the ensemble. Miss Charlotte Behrens, of course, Is the leading lady, and we all know her to be a charming and talented actress. Sale of sats opens Tuesday. Even ing prices $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c. Mati nee prices 75c, 50ft and 25c. Grand Opera Houso. THE PRODIGAL- FATHER. The highly amusing farce-comedy, "The Prodigal Father," will commence a three day's engagement at the Grand opera house this evening, with mati nees on Tuesday and Wednesday. The plot, which is very gauzy, centers on the escapades of Stanly Dodge, who misses his ship to Africa through flirt ing with an actress. His son becomes a prodigal, marries the actress and a regular mix up results. The complica tions are of the most amusing kind, and the fun Is intense- from start to finish. The company representing "The Prodi gal Father" has been carefully chos en and the many songs, medleys and dances are capitally rendered. Miss Rose Melville, who has the leading fe male role, Is a young woman of prepos sessing appearance and a decidedly clever Imitation of Sis Hopkins the Tay Girl from Slab Hollow is a great hit. Miss Bella Gold and-Joseph Welch have been especially engaged direct from their success at the New York music halls. D. T. Halpin will introduce his very clever specialty, The Tramp and the Tough Girl, also Bessie Challenger, Mabelle Davies, Flora Temple, Logan Williams, George A. Spink, George Nichols, and others will introduce their new and novel specialties. It the Baby Is Cutting Teeth, Be and nse that old and well-tried ren kdy. Mrs. Wiuslow's Soothing Sjtud. tot children teething. It . soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wino cum:, aim is me uesi reraeay ror diftr rhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle, dll MW'F&wly A GRAND ILLUMINATION At Savin Rock, Thursday and Friday. After all has been said Savin Rock still retains its hold upon the New Havener masses and classes alike. The place is unique. In the grove is the atmosphere of Coney Island; just beyond and within earshot of the merry-go-round organ, is the park with its very fine orchestra and prismatic foun tain. On Thursday and Friday, September 2nd and 3rd, a grand illumination and carnival will be given similar to the one of a month ago,. It Will be free to the public. The en tire grove, baseball grounds and shore front will be profusely decorated with several thousand Japanese lanterns and the various hotels will also be in gala dress. Dancing will be arranged for In the big ball field, where crash will be laid. On Morfe Clianne tn visit NeWnort this season at nnnn lnr Avmirsion rates mav be avpilAfl nf next Wednesday, as announced in our advertising columns to-aay, Dy w. y. N. H. & H. R. R. Thin excursion is offered bv thp rnm pany in response to an urgent demand on the part of those who failed to purchase in advance tickets for the last one to this point, and were obliged to forego the pleasure of the trip. Tickets are now on sale. Rates only $1.50. i fbefae- liaila tan (tfuton CASTOrilA, Tie fie- J CASTOniA, lin evsry Sltfee- iimiie hot ever flgaatnn wiai-FSt MIMATUHK ALMANAC. AUG. 80. SnN Uises, fi:16 I MoonSbts, I High Water, Sun Sets, 6 S4 1 8:07 I 11:69 DtiAlllS. PAltDKK-ln West Haven, August 2Rtli, Pelnncy l'urdee, wife of Silas 8. l'anlee, iKel f8 ytni'8. Kuiutrul sen-lees will be held at No. 183 Washington avenue on Tuesday afternoon at tluve o'clock. Friends are Invited to attend. MlHtPUY-In Weat Haven, Conn., Augnt 'JKtli, at the home of her slHter, Mrs. E. II. Somera, 202 Klin street, Sarah Eugenia Muipli.v, wife of John P. Murphy, o Muuiaroneck, N, Y. Funeral services at the home of Mrs. H. H. Soincrs, 2U2 Elm street, West Haven, on Tuesduy. August 31st, at 2:30 p. m. Fu neral private. ilAlvlM l!i L,MV. PORT OF N11V7 HAVEN. $$3. ARRIVED. Seh Battle V. Kelsoy, Sunrpe, PMla. coal. Ken George 15. Dudley, Wilson, Norfolk. Seh Henry Clay, Hyde, Kingstou. CLEARED. Seh Jane, Grant, N. Y. Sell L. A. Lewis, Kimball, N. Y. AUCTION SALE. 141 ORANGE, Tuesday, 10 a. m. AH kinds household goods, oarpets, etc. nu.iO 2t It. B. MALLOltY, Auctioneer. ROOMS, AV1TU BOARD, FURNISHED; with references. nu30 7t No. 1 SYLVAN AVE. LOST, A PARROT. Finder will be rewarded If returned to au.10 It 19 WALL STREET. ROOMS FOR RENT. FORTY rents from $5 to $12. Call for a Printed List. JOHN T. SLOAN, au20 yod 8t 828 Chapel street. HOUSES FOR RENT. TEN one-family houses from $9 to $20; as ninny mere rrom 2r upward, tau ior Printed List. JOHN T. SLOAN, nu2l) eod 7t 828 Ounpcl street. FOR RENT, IBB Columbus ave., 8 rooms, Improvements. J4!t l'ortsoa St., flat, 8 rooms, improve vs. 7U Howard ave., nat, 7 rooms, improve is. W. J. TROWBRIDGE. au28 7t 127 Orange street. FOR RENT, 80 DICKERMAN street, 5 rooms, first floor, one room third floor: modern im provements; set range and furnace: $20. an28 2t Inquire 33 BROADWAY. FOR RENT, AT 5 Lake Place, tenement of Ave rooms, on nrst noor, an modern improvements; twenty dollans per month. au26 7t FOR RENT, FURNISHED room; private family: all con venieueeg. isi htatju ex. au28 7t Middle bell, left. SECOND door, 797 State street. Inquire at au2o tr this ori'icni. FOR RENT. , THREE rooms; $1.75, $2.00, and $2.50; cen trally locaiea. a. l. $., au26 7t Journal and Courier. TO RENT. PROPERTY for storage or light manufac turing purposes, at 1ST High street. au24 tf THOS. PHILLIPS & SON. FOR SALE, TO close an estate, the valuable corner property located on Columbus avenue and Christopher street; lot 73x103 feet. JOHN C. rUNDERFORD, Executor, au20 tf 118 Church street. FOR RENT. TWO nicely furnished rooms, en Suite or singly; heat, gas, and exceptional Lathing privileges; central location, near cat lines; private family; special terms to perma nent parties; business men preferred. BOX 688, au27 7t New Hayen Post OrBce. HOUSES FOR RENT. 89 TRUMBULL street, $900; 409 Orange stret, $isj; i urantey street, $ooo; 28 Trumbull street, $i00; 317 Crown street, $420: 14 Warren street, $420; 22 Warren street, $360; 545 Howard avenue, $300 ; 32 I'ine street, $240. Also a. dozen smaller one-family houses. Call for Printed List JOHN T. SLOAN. Bu20 eod 7t . ,828 Chapel street. NEW TONTINE HOTEL AND CAFE, FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Under the management of Genree T. White, formerly of the Arm of Heublein Brothers. Restaurant opeh from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m. Special attention given to Banmrets and Private Parties. au30 tf $500 Secures It. A GOOD TEN-ROOM HOUSE. SECOND FLOOR RENTED TO GOOfi TENANT. R. E. BALDWIN, d&w 818 CHAPEL STREET. tjtaititmi. THK MISSES CAt tiNS PRIVATE Grammar School and Kinder garten ior coys ana uit-is will reopen September 20 at 88 Bishop street. Apply at 682 WHITNEY AVENUE, au28 tl MR, E. A. PARSONS RESUMES INSTRUCTION on Tuesday, September Fourteenth. AT The New Haven Conservatory of Music, an30 12t 82 CHURCH STREET. A Select Boarding School for Boys. SOCRATIO METHOD OF INSTRUCTION. No Classes 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 Kiss Cady's School FOR GIRLS, 58 Hlllhouse Avehue, reopens H',,lT-n.,li, 1 1,,. ..1 .-. . U Primary and Kindergarten resumed In charge of Miss Alice W. Grlffo-n Fraulein Wolff in German and M'lle Kolb In French. No pains will be spared to mage tnis oepartment or ine sctiool a suc cess. Large sunny room on second flnnr Number In this and Intermediate Depart- mem nuiiteu tu twenty. auto 2m THE DESSAUER-TROOSTWYK school or MUSIC, 781 Chanel Street. Ofllc-e Hours Tuesdays and Fridays from t tu u y. m. uiutug .august. JV31 MECHANICAL DRAWING, PERSPECTIVE MATHEMATICS MECHANISM vt , P- HONEY; Instructor at Trinity Col lege, Hartford: Law Chambers, 179 Church pl., ppumtinenTS Dy mail. MISS WHED0N S SCHOOL, FOR GIRLS AND BOYS, 33 WALL STREET, BFOPWKSI HIT TT tr Tl n T nm Primary, Junior, and Senior Departments. Special classes for advanced nimiU. L'ntll bept. l, apply at 2U College street. Je8 3a ileal gstate. t'OK ltKNT. DESIRABLE flut, 587 State street: a!, mod ern improvements; steam nent: rengonaDla rent. Iuqulia T8 CllATKL ST., Jj-15 tf up one flight. FARM WANTED IN ezohange for a two-family house) with modern oo nTnnlnnnnH. larm ham. at tra larite lot, fin looation, near el eo trio can. Call on or address GEO. A. ISBBLL, oSStf 708 Chanel street. fOR rent store, basement and second floor, o omwi ireei, now occupiea aj Homing News Co.; possession April 1st WILBUK F. DAY, hll tf 809 Chapel street. FOR KENT. AT Morris Cove, pleasant furnished rooms vu luurris Bireet; nouse tuts snore iront, with good boating, bathing and fishing. Vill be rented reasonable and cheap. Ap ply MRS. J. L. FOLEY, Morris street, Morris Core or J. L. FOLEY & CO., 703 Grand avenue. Jy9 tf FOR SALE, A mnnk Iimhi An . .... Low nrtf. :e; easy terms. If yon want farm before buylnr. Call or address tee this GEORGE A. ISBELL, nh23 70S Chapel street. For Sale, A desirable two-family house on Lawrence st, $6,500. ucvnuc r, racwuuma, Boom 822, Exchange Building, cor. Church uu vuuppi til reel.. IT 14 aq onuic t GREAT boom in Westville real estate. Many new houses to be erected. Beauty of location and rapid transit the a use. nnmnatln tA.lA !, .. ... ... ; - - iiuci pines rrwitieu m within flften minutes of city's center. i .-airetuie turn ior sale. H. O. PARDEE, Jal8tfl22 Fountain street, Westville. For Sale, SIX HOUSES ON ORANGE STREET. Will be sold on very easy terms. s Real Estate Office. 746 CHAPEL STREET. FOR RENT. No. 45 Lake tlace, 12 rooms, all Improve- ujcum, imiuwuuu mi i an, jo. No. 411 Orange U 13 rooms all improve- "jciiw, van ufl oucupieu slz once. $ou. CHARLES H. WEBB, Closed Saturday at 1 p. m. Open Monday FOR SALE, Small nna.fnmilv hoilbn nn Ri-lctM af.A.r for $1,000. FOR RENT, Houses and tenements in nil nnt nt fho City. Money to loan on city real estate. CHAS. D. NICOLL & CO., KO. E2 CHURCH STREET, rooms 14 and 15. vpen m outlay ana patnroay Jblvenings. FOR SALE, Twn-fntnllr honso. Went hlinnal .tmnt $4 500. r ' $16,000 to loan at 5 per eeht. on city property. - JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 116 CHURCH STREET. (Monday and Saturday evenings.) REAL ESTATE. Cfentrnt tnVanTrmni- rttvtnaMAd ln.nwAMx and unimproved. inrst-ciass residences and lots. Desirable two-family dwellings'. MONEY TO LOAN. G. W, OSBORN, ROOM 29, BENEDICT BUILDING 82 CHURCH STREET. i Ideal Home Ji spectlon Invited! complete In every par- .uvuiai , ueiguuuruoou uDo location ine best Address Ownert JOHN E. HEALY, ROOM 66, POtt BUILDING. TO LOAN, $100,000, in Sums to Suit. HENRY A. PALLMAN, 116 Church Street my 20 Rooms 9 and ID. ' For Bent, SIX rooms, flats on Eflgewodd; all Improve- inputs, Six rooms, flats ton Chapel strfeet; all im- Money to Loan on Real Estate. w. D. JUDSON, aul3 868 CHAPEL STREET. Attractive Homes In Delightful West Haven, Up to date; modern conveniences; high and healthful; central locations, close to sehools, charenes, stores, and tfoliey line1 all night cars. ' A one-family house for f 2,500, or a two family house for $3,600; each lot 50 feet front; A few hundred dollars will secure them. Others from $2,200 up. All desir able. Investigate, and prepare for the fall, FREDRiQUE R. LEWJS, Mornings at 852 Chapel street u afternoons at 82 Center street, West Haven. For Sale Or Exchange for City Property. A manufacturing business, protected by iiiiu oinica imieiit, anu traaemura. Established over 20 years, and show ing a net profit of over $100,000. Only $5,000 capital required. There is a good stock of goods on hand, win, a ut-mauu Alum tue uesi JODOmg trade all over the United States; Satisfactory reason given for selling. money to loan m sums to suit. L. G. H0ADLEY, ROOM 2, HOADLEY BUILDING. 49 , . CHURCH STREET. Office Open Evenings. 244 ORCHARD STREET Lot 105x145. Price Low. One Cent a Word each lnsertlon,fl cents a Word for a full Week, sevea times. ' . . WANTED, A SITUATION for general honsework by Tvi"S!,-fil,I '"Jii'lvato fumlly. 105 WASH ItrlO.N AVBf., city, top floor. an30 lt iene,?,F h111'1 .competent G' Rlrl for iimre after 8 at - axm it 10U CHAPEL ST. t ' WANTED, WORK by the day or week. m -it. m WALLACE STREET, ""'' " Seeorid fllirhf front ZSAu1I0N b a competent girl to do eon r' housework; references. Call at ' andO Jt T BROWN 9T Aw?wP.E7ENT glrl t0 d0 Jfenl house work; reference required. Call au28 It 63 LIVINGSTON ST., 5Hi22! corner Cottage. . , WANTED, A LIGHT, airy room, also two meaU a day. dinner at 1 o'clock and supper at 6. Price must not be over $5 a week, and location must be within five minutes' 11,18 ofllce- Address W., anJO tr Jmirnnl nnA OAiirlnt AV A VI-1.-1- TO RENT, a small, single 'house, with six 10 ten rooms, and modem Improvements, centrallir located and In a good neighbor BOX 13f2. COMPETENT cooks, housework girls, fot 126 Court street, ' WANTED. BEST Swedish and German servants are all Ja9 tf , . v "cio. muupiovment Areucv. TT6 CHAPEL St. BUIFALO LITHIA WATER cures Brlghfi Disease. Pamphlets on application. Pro prletor, Buflalo Llthla Springs, Va. oawtf FOil SALE. AN upright office desk; must be sold at SS-UJi'111 be sold cheap. Call at A. B. GREENWOOD'S, 778 Ohapel St. au28 2t -P ?StfaVnlTa on exhibition and sale at Hillside Cottage, Short Beach, Conn! a'"?, rooms to rent. AddreR .- , ...au27 7t "HILLSIDE," yoULD'NT kick at our $1.50 Fanoy Hard wood Screen Doors at 98 cents complete, , anL1!rJnaow Screens at next to half price. au28 30sl LINSLEY & LIGHTBOURNa GOOD WINE AND Cider Presses cheap as $3.75 each. Squeezed prices on Kegs that hold from three to twenty-five gallons. hu28 80 tl LIN3LKY & PIGHTBOPHN POTATO DIGGER. THE "Success Junior Improved Digger' will dig as many potatoes as wU as the costly kinds with lordly names. n LINSLEY & ilGHTBOtJRN, ftu28 80sl 88 and 89 Broadway, FRUIT PICKERS. MEN khow how pickers are made, bttt the want to know that the price Is made 63' cents for ten-foot Picker by the uo-towa Hustlers. . au28 30sl LINSLEY tc LlQHTBOTJRK. HANDSOME PAIS T IS the "Columbia" Floor and Deck Paint, $1.35 a gallon; handsome to the eye, quiuiL Ul, HUU BlOW tO dlC. BU28 30 si LINSLEY LIGHTBOtTRN. OtAIRVOVASTT. PERSONAL 115t Chapel street, betweett York and Park MARY J. WRIGHT, M. D., Consultation on medical, business and per ovfuh. wubbc.o, .w, UVuiViT UBULH ail chronic and nervous diseases with Or with out medicine. Hours 8 to 12 a. ia., 1 to 5. 8 to Bp. in, 1t AUCTION SALE 41 ORCHARD street (near Sylvan avenue). monaay iu a. m. jantlre Household, good goods. Fine Upright piano, parlor suit, mirror, pictures, draperies, Chamber suits, featherbeds, rugs, carpets, refrigerator, stove, fine range, crockery, kltohen uten sils, etc. B. B. MALLOHY, au28 2t -. Auctioneer. District bt New Baven, . Jpfbbate Court, ESTATE of MILTON J. STEWART, late of ieiv iiaven, in sam yistnct, aeceasea. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and appointed sis months from the date hereof for the ered ltors or said deceased to jirlng In their claims against Bald estate. Those wh6 neg- lect. io ejtuioit tneir claims wunin eaia iimv Will be debarred. All persons indebted to said estate are re- guested to make Immediate payment to ; auzi at . juuiua u. uablm, iiaecntpr. District of New Haven, ssi Probate Court, August 2b, 1897. ESTATE of JOSEPH FANNING, late ot ' New Haven, In said District, deceased. Julia Munro, administratrix, having made written application for authority to sell certain real estate belonging to said estate, as by said application on file la this Court more fully appears, It Is ORDERED That said application b Beard and determined at a Court ot Probat to be held at New Haven, III said District, on the Slst day of August, 1897, at ted o'clock in the forenoon, and that public no tice of the pendency of said application, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon: be given by publishing this otder three times In some newspaper having a circulation in said District. LIVINGSTON W.- CLEAVBLAND, ari28 8t . : , Juag.. OUR RANGE OFFER. For this week only wiH give Zinc, Collar, Pipe and Elbows Free with every Range sold. , We guarantee every Range and set It up with out charge. See the line in our big window, marked in plain figures. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Houseturuisian, 74 and 76 Orange Street CASH OR CREDIT.