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NEW ITAVHK MORKING JOURNAL AND COriUEE WEfNEFDAY. SEPTEMBER V 1897.
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M selection of new
$ styles m fabrics for
$0 Z7 .77i 'citterns
i mark a distinct, ad
H ance over those
i shown in1 previous
H seasons and are with-
out doubt the finest
g line of Black Dress
Jf Goods ever shown in
j New Haven.
& &
Poolin Richest $t.?0.
EoL-gle Cords, atJ$l.J0.
Corded stripe Armur , at $1.2 J.
Armure Moscovietta, at $1.00.
Canvas Weaves, at $2.2$.
Pierola Brocades, at $1.8
Camel-hair Foule, at $1.00,
Sebastopol Cords, at$l.0.
Wide-wale Diagonals, at 50c.
Storm Serge, SO inch, at JOc.
Basket-weave Grenada, at 75c.
Moir Camels-hair, at $19-50
a pattern. '
Corded Bayaderes, at $24. 50
a pattern.
Drap de Ete, at $1.50 to $2.00.
Silk-warp Henriettas, at $1.00
to $3.00. .
Coating Serges, at 50c. to
$1.2$. ;
672 to 678 Chapel Stree
TRIOIilS STAMPS
WB HAVE NONE.
Therefore our priceB are not
maile to cover their cost,' and
customers who forget to ask for
stamps pay no more than oth
ers. IN OUR
We do not claim to be OCU
LISTS, and do not undertake
i that which can only be properly
done In the office of the physi
cian making diseases of the eye
a specialty.
But we hare every facility for
the mounting of OCULISTS'
PRESCRIPTIONS and the man
ufacture and adlustlng of eye
glasses of every description.
IN OUR
BIG IPA1TI1
"We have no cheap pills to of
fer nt a low price or patent med
icines on which to compete with
the dry goods stores.
Making a specialty of physi
cians' orders and prescriptions,
this branch of our business is in
the care of competent chemists
and the medicines dispensed are
prepared in our own laboratory
or tire the products of reliable
manufacturers. Prices are as
low as consistent with the best
grade of drugs and reliable serv
ice. E. L WASHB1N & CO.
U Church and 61 Center streets,
COMPRESSED AIR
Carpet Cleaning Works.
. . no, lUo Court Street.
cm puis culled lor and delivered.
carpet cleaned and laid, also made overt
W every thing done in the Carpet line.
All work satisfactorily and prompt!
Hone. Telephone call. 1314-2. Give us a calL
yl8 WU. V. KNAPP CO.
NEW TONTINE HOTEL
AND CAFE.
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Under the management of Georire T
White, formerly o -the Urm of Heublein
Brothers.
Restaurant open from 6 a. m. to 12 n m
Special attention given to Banquets and
Private PartleB. au30 t?a
SOW READY,
The Choicest Spring Patterns of Leading Mes in
ui aperies, vvau 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
JgMrgiiiiedy
We Biave In stock &r
very7
flue v
equal to many imiport'd
wMcfo cost much more.
Just tlhe thing for those
wlho want a Mgh-grade
table wine at a snmail
cost. It is the finest of
the domestic Clarets.
Per Quart Bottle, 33c.
I Dozen Quarts, $3.50.
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This
is the time you have
been waiting for.
Buy this week sure
to-day if possible.
Hundreds of bas
kets fresh from the
orchard.
H i. FULLEST!))!, Projirbtir.
926 Chapel Street,
1231 Chapel Street.
W00STER P. ENSIGN,
Successor to WOOSl'ER . ENSIGN & SON
Iron and Steel.
Manufacturers' and Blacksmith
Supplies.
w75 ORAN'-E STREET,
hBW. ttAWilN. OojfN.
U. S. N.
Deck Paint.
A Paint for Floors,
Interior and Exterior.
Dries Hard in One Night.
High Gloss Finish.
Send for Circular.
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
3396-98 State Street
Boston
fflCfff
carpets, Rugs. Mattings,
Linoleums, Oil Cloth,
Upholstery Goods, Curtains,
T . 11 r n
WALLLNuTOKD IIAPMLXGS
1'BflTlVX lOIt A SexviAL TOWN
XBisrtsa,
$3,000 to be Asked for Macadamizing
lioads-Jurtge Uow'i Decision in Wal
lace vs. HolHford Cine Programme for
Uaud Couceit.
A petition is being circulated in
Yalesville, which -will bo presented to
the selectmen, asking that a special
town meeting be called to appropriate
$2,000 to continue tha macadamizing of
the road going south from the culvert,
beginning where the state and town
appropriation will leave off, 400 feet
south of the culvert, and continuing
down to the bridges over the river near
the box shop. The Yalesville residents
were never satisfied because they got
only about one-third of the state ap
propriation, the other two-thirds going
on the south Bide of the town.
Judge Dow of New Haven rendered
his decision yesterday in the case of
Miss Hattie Wallace against Stanley
Botsford. The decision Is in favor of
Miss Wallace and upholds the injunc
tion. The auditors, Messrs. Thomson and
Lane, are busy at work on the town
accounts, which will appear later in
the annual reports of the selectmen.
; The band concert on the plains this
evening will probably be the last of the
season.
Mrs. A. H. Talcott is home from a
three weeks' visit in Salem, Mass.
The next attraction booked for the
Opera house is Richards and Canfield's
company in "My Boys," on Wednesday
evening, September 22.
Octave Odett was before Judge Judcl
yesterday and was fined $40 and $11.04
costs for an assault upon Theodules
Duplessis. An appeal was taken, and
H. D. Hall furnished a bond of $100.
Miss Annie Callahan will sing at the
Charter Oak circle entertainment Fri
day evening.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jerralds and Mies
Dubois started yesterday for Ashland,
N. Y.
Miss Georgiana Hubbard will leave
to-day for Philadelphia.
Miss Lillian Wood will remain in Los
Angeles until next summer.
Mrs. A. B. Pixley, Mrs. Frederick
Waterhouse and Miss Florence Water
house started yesterday morning for
the White Mountains.
The programme for the band concert
on the plains this evening will be as
follows:
March "Stars and Stripes Forever"...
Snuan
Overture Nantcodrazn J. P. Clure
ocnouisene Flirting in the Park ...
, J. O. Casey
Medley A Metropolis Night Herman
Waltz The Pond Lilies Mnasud
Selection Sunny Side Rolllnson
March "A Hot Time in Old Town"
Chattaway
BASEBALL A'EU'S.
The results of yesterday's games were
as follows:
XATIOX4K LEAGUE.
Champion. Win Another.
Baltimore, Sept 14. The Champions
won to-day from Chicago in a came
characterized by heavy batting on both
sides. Thornton's pitching was poor
and he rarely found the plate. When
he did, however, the home team had no
difficulty hitting safely. Dr. Pond was
also batted freely, but managed to
keep the visitors' hits more or less
scattered. Fast double plays and scien
tific base running were the features.
Attendance 2,803. Score: .
Baltimore ....2 5 2 1 0 5 0 0 15 18 3
Chicago 03001021 1 8154
Batteries Pond and Robinson;
Thornton and Donahue.
lnnt Game In Washington.
Washington, Sept. 14. The last game
of the season on the Washington
grounds was poorly played by both
teams, but full of the uncertainty which
keeps up interest in the finish, when
four singles and a base on balls brought
in the winning run, was one of great
excitement. Miller hurt his left hand in
sliding. The game was called at the
end of the sixth inning on account of
darkness. Attendance 4,000. Score:
Washington 0 6 0 0 1 410163
Cincinnati 5004009 73
Batteries Mercer and Farrell; Breit
enstein, Dwyer and Schrlver.
Brooklyn Won From New York.
Brooklyn, Sept. 14. Brooklyn won a
well played game from New York this
afternoon. It was Seymour against
Dunn and although the New Yorkers
made one more hit than their oppo
nents, Dunn pitched the best game.
Both teams will play off a postponed
game to-morrow. Sheckard, formerly
of Brockton, Mass., played his first
game with Brooklyn and did well. The
score:
Brooklyn 12000301 7 8-4
New York 10002200 0695
Batteries Dunn and Smith; Seymour
and Warner.
Two Game, at T.onUvllle.
Louisville, Ky., Sept. 14. Two games
were played to-day, Pittsburg captur
ing the first game by hard hitting. Hill
was knocked out of the box in the fifth
inning. Umpire Kelley wag struck on
the ankle by a foul tip in the third in
ning and had to retire. The second
game was called on account of dark
ness at the end of the fifth Inning with
the score a tie. Two games will be
played to-morrow. Attendance 3,500.
Score:
First game
Louisville ....0 01040300 8133
Pittsburg ....0 0 1 0 6 3 0 0 010163
Batteries Clark, Hill and Dexter;
Gardner and Sugden.
Second game
Louisville 2 0 0 0 0232
Pittsburg 0 10 1 0241
Batteries McGee and Wilson; KUlen
and Sugden.
Cleveland Defeat. St. Louin.
Cleveland, O., Sept 14. To-day's
game, which was played before a small
crowd, was full of snap from start to
finish, but the visitors were outplayed
at every point. Innings:
Cleveland 1 0 4 0 1 0 2 0 8 13 1
St. Louis 0 0000001 01 81
Batteries Young and Crlger; Dona
hue and Douglass.
ISo.ton Won From the Phillies.
Boston, Sept. 14. Philadelphia played
good ball to-day, but Boston played
better. The game abounded in brilliant
plays. Nichols pitched magnificently,
and only in the second inning was he
batted to any extent. The visitors'
outflelding was remarkably fine, and
Cooley and Dowd killed several long
hits by their splendid handling of balls.
LaJoie and Clements did the best bat-
Sweet 5few
Cecelia
PEAS,
a real luxury.
Late improvements in the
process of canning native grown
Peas have been so great that im
ported Peas from France are no
longer the only really desirable
sort. The
Sweet Cecelia
brand, American
home-grown, are actually finer and
of better flavor j than some fresh
Peas bought green from the truck
farmer.
Last year's price was $3. SO 4oi. Now
25c can.
$2.88 doz.
770 Chapel St.
ting for the Phillies. For Boston, Lowe,
Tenney, Collins, Etahl and Hamilton
did the most noticeable work. Score:
Boston 20200200 611 1
Philadelphia ..03000001 04 63
Batteries Nichols and Bergen; Tay
lor and Clements.
ATLANTIC LEAGUE.
Two Tletorie. for Hartford.
Hartford, Sept. 14. Hartford won
two games from Norfolk to-day. Scores:
First game
Hartford ...... 200(11010 15132
Norfolk 00001210 04101
Batteries Vickery and Roach;Blshop
and Cote.
Second game :
Hartford 10 10 12 05101
Norfolk 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 61
Batteries Gastright and Roach;New
ton and Snyder.
StAttS LKAGUfC.
filncelne Match at Torrington,
Torrington, Sept. 14. Pitcher Ken
nedy, who started in to pitch the sec
ond game for Derby, this afternoon,
made a record of the season, as in the
first inning with nobody out the Tor
rington team made fourteen runs.
However, as Manager Denny was not
playing for darkness because he did
not want to stay in town over night,
he substituted Lawson and only twelve
runs were made in the rest of the game.
Houle made three home runs in the
first inning and the only thing that
prevented him Ji;om making others was
that he did not 'have a chance to bat.
The two games were very poorly at
tended. The score: ,
First game
Torrington ...1 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 3 9175
Derby 30106301 14 16 0
Batteries Kelly and Scanlan; Kileen,
Clabby and Manning. ,
Second game !"t
Torrington ..14 0 '2 $ 0 4 3 026223
Derby ...2' 1 0 6 3 2 0 1 015148
Batteries Houle and Scanlan; , Ken
nedy, Lawson and Clabby.
Clone Game at Bridgeport.
Bridgeport, Sept. 14. A small crowd
witnessed the Waterbury-Bridgeport
game at Pleasure Beach this afternoon.
The features were- a combination of
errors In the fourth Inning, which al
lowed Bridgeport to score seven runs,
while heavy hitting on the part of Wa
terbury in the sixth inning netted the
visitors six runs in that inning. The
score:
Bridgeport ..10170014 014154
Waterbury. ..10003620 113159
Batteries Conroy and O'Rourke; La
Belle and Donohue.
Great Joy at WMllinanrlc.
Willimantlc, Sept. 14. The baseball
"fans" who have been very much in ev
idence here this season gave full vent
to their enthusiasm to-night, when the
Willimantlc team returned bearing the
laurels of victory won from the Ath
letics of New London. The game was
the third of the series in which each
nine had one game won to its credit,
and was to decide the amateur cham
pionship of the state. It resulted 3 to 0
favor of Willtmantic.
When the news of the victory was re
ceived here preparations were at once
made to give the boys a royal reception
and upwards of 2,000 people gathered
about the railroad station awaiting the
arrival of the train. When the team
arrived a procesison was formed head
ed by a brass band and a continuous
blaze of red fire they were escorted to
the hotel where the spread was await
ing them.
It Is understood considerable money
changed hands on the result of the
game.
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$500 Secures It.
A GOOF TEN-ROOM HOUSE.
SECOND FLOOR RENTED TO GOOD
TENANT.
R. E. BALDWIN.
81S CHAPEL STREET.
NON-TAXABLE
INVESTMENTS.
10.000 New Haven ft Centervllle RR. Co
5 per cent. Bonds.
10.000 Central KR. & Electric Co. of New
Britain 1st Mortgage 5 per cent. Bonds.
10,000 KntieW & Lnngmendow RR. Co.
1st MortgiiKe 6 per cent. Bonds.
10,000 Norwich Gas & Electric Co. 1st
Mortgage 5 per cent. Bonds.
10,000 New London .steamboat Co. 1st
Mortgage 6 per -'nt. I'.on.ls.
2.1 shares New Haven Water Co. Stock.
50 shares Daiilmry & Bethel Street RR.
Co. Stock.
For sale by
H. C. WARREN & CO.,
108 ORANGE STREET
.mMATUItrc Alj.UANAC
SEPT. 15.
Pun Iltsnn, 5 S3 Moon Rises,
BrN Suits, 6:01 1
Kian Water.
1:13
OlOAl'HS.
SI;V'fJ1,y,7:1" Westville, Koptember 14th,
, ?abpUl CJamuiell, widow of the
late William Jlartln, aged 70 years, 0
months.
PORT OFNW HAVEN, fj
ARRIVED.
Sen Maggie M. Keongh, Tilston, Norfolk.
hcu A. li Holmes, Holmes, Norfolk.
boh Guns. F. Tuttle. Bowen. Norfolk.
bell E. H. Foster, (Br.) Wilson, St. John,
N. ll., lumber.
SeU Jas. A., Gray, Garland, South Gardi
ner. Sell Abner Taylor, Young, Calais.
SEAMSTRESS.
A SEAMSTRESS wishes employment at
plain sewing. Call
"15 at 102 WALLACE.
FOB SACK.
FINE house on Humphrey street.
B15 Tt W. D, JUD3QN, 808 Chapel st.
AUCTIOJS SAUK.
10 n. m. Thursday, at 141 Orange street. A
consignment of choice "Turkish" Chairs,
Couches, elegant Book Cases, Rockers,
Ouyx Tubles, Chamber Suites and line
Carpets. U. B. MALLORY.
"J" It Auctioneer.
FOR SALK,
CHEAP, a restaurant. Call at
sl3 7t 190 STATE ST.
WILL 8KLU
HY Mutuusuek Piano; In perfect condition.
Terms to suit purchaser.
HENRY C. BRETZFELDER,
SO tf 85 Lafayette street.
PKACH BASKETS,
LOADS of 'em for sale; good baskets, at
kindling wood prices. Little lots and big
lots.
sll 13 15 LINSLEY & LIGHTBODRN.
TIGHT KEGS,
THREE to 25 gallons, for wine 'or cider.
Fruit Presses as low priced as $3.7(1 each,
sll 13 15 LINSLEY & LIGHTBOURN.
A BARS
IS best painted (so Is a roof or a fence)
with "More's Silicate of Iron Paint," 7."c
a gallon. LINSLEY & LIGHTBOURN,
. 1113 15 Paint Pushers.
B IGHT LIGHT
KEROSENE, familiarly known to our cus
tomers at "Crystal Gleam," 150 test, B
gallons for 50 cents, delivered.
LINSLEY & LIGHTBOURN,
sll 13 15 33 and 39 Broadway.
FRUIT Pit. KE KS
PAY for themselves over and over again;
especially our Pickers with 10 ft. han
dles, priced 68c each.
6111315 LINSLEY & LIGHTBOURN.
STORKS FOR KENT.
A SECOND floor office, fronting on Chapel
street. JOHN T. SLOAN,
sfi end St 828 Chapel street.
FARM WANTED
IN exchange for a two-family house wlfi
modern co nvenlences, large tiara, ei
tra lance lot, fine location, near elootrlo
cars. Call on or address
GEO. A. ISBEtiL,
o20tf 708 Ohapol street.
For Rent,
STORE on STATE STREET.
FLAT on ELD STREET.
5 ROOMS on PEARL STREET.
7 ROOMS on HALLOCK AVENUE.
6 ROOMS on GREENWICH AVENUE.
W.D. JLIDSON,
sl5 888 Chapel street.
at
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL OFFER FOB
SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION THE
STUCCO HOUSE
No. 169 Davenport Avenue,
.Thursday Morning, Sept. 16th,
at 11 o'clock.
Sale will take place on the premises.
TMs property is In good order and can be
easily converted into flats and will pay as
an investment to any purchaser.
Terms made known at time of sale.
EDWARD C.BEECHER,
slO flt Licensed Auctioneer.
gitacatlira.
MISS .JOHNSTONE'S SCHOOIi
FOR GIRLS. 97 Whitney Avenue. Pri
mary, Secondary and Advanced depart
ments. Singing and Drawing. College
Certificates. Opens September 23. sO 21t
MISS IilVERMORK'S SC1IOOI1
AT 91 OHve street, reopens September 13.
Kindergarten, Primary and Grammar de-
-JJt'Bf-SefochildreslWt
THK MISSES CA I LIN'S
PRIVATE Grammar School and Kinder
garten for Boys and Girls will reopen
September 20 at 88 Bishop street. Aonlv
at 682 WHITNEY AVENUE. au28 tf
THE DESSAUEIHROOSTWYK
School of Music, 781 Chapel Street,
The only complete institution of thlB kind
in Connecticut. Vocal and Instrumental
Instruction. Pupils prepared for the Mu
sical dejpartment of Yale. Office hours- 12
to 1 and 4 to 5 p. m.
Miss Orton and Miss Nichols,
Successors to the Misses Edwards, '
will reopen their Day School for Girls, at
57 Elm street, on
Tuesday, Seitemhsr Twenty-ei?hth.
College preparation Special students ad
mitted. Circulars furnished on nppllca-
si 1m
LITCHFIELD
ACADEMIC ANDCOMMERCIAL INSTI-
A Select Boarding School for Bovq
SOCKATIO METHOD Each Pupl ITaueht
Separately. bui
All branches necessary to a comnlota
modern business education thoroughly
For terms, rates, or other Information
address u
Prof. J. M. LEE, Principal.
Litchfield Conn.
TESTIMONIAL:
" I have been acquainted with Prof 3 f
Lee for many years. He is a verv success"
ful Instructor and has given great satis
faction to all that have put themselves
under his care as a teacher. I commend
him as a gentleman, entitled to nleh con
sideration. N. D. SPERRY
Congressman from 2d Diat Conn "
aul7 3m
VOCAL INSTRUCTION"
J. JEROME HAYES
WILL RESUME TEACHING AT HIS
Studio, Hiibinzsr BuilJin?,
au31 Ira
SEPTEMBER 6th.
Mrs. and Miss Cady's School
FOR GIRLS. 56 Hlllhonse Avenue, reopens
Wednesday, October 5th.
Primary ami Klnrloi.,..n
resumed in chaise of Miss Aiw vv n-i .
In I' reuch No pains will be spared to
make this dermrtmr-nt of ih .
vP" Ml" room ou second floor
Number in this and Intermediate Deriart.
ment limited to twentv. aula 2m
MECHANICAL BRAWrvo
PERSPECTIVE MATHEMATICS.
MECHANISM "
lelTeHaSK&'ft T Col-
St.. New Haven. Annoi7:'' iiarcB
1 r -"-inut '""ll,
E. W. VOORHEES,
onsumng Advertiser,
50 Orange Street,
KBW HAVHN. CONS.
JOoavtl unci gUtcisus.
FURNISH Kl ROOM,
WITH board, for a lady,
si 5 7t . No. 1 SYLVAN AVE.
KOH Kr-N 1 ,
PLEASANT furnished rooms, with board.
S14 7t 415 CEOHGE ST.
FOB ltKNT,
THE brick dwelling houso, 830 Orange St.
CHAS. A. WHITE,
sll 14t oil Church street.
TO ItKAiT.
PROPERTY for storage or light manufac
turlug purposes, at 137 High street.
Also a barn on the premises for rent.
au31 tf THOS. PHILLIPS & SON.
Ki'JNTS
ON George, Dwight, JPark, James and West
Water streets Columbus avenue, and
Lalte Place. JOHN O. PUNDERFORD,
3 tf lie Church street.
FOR SALE.
TO close an estate, the valuable comer
property locatea on coiunibus avenue ana
cnristopuer street; lot 73x103 feet.
JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, Executor,
au20 tf 116 Church street.
FOR UKNT.
HOUSE 14 Home Place, twelve rooms, and
an conveniences; thoroughly renovated,
und now vacant. Apply to
R. T. MERWIN. Real Estate,
8 7t 750 Chapel street.
OD IT HAS COME !
GREAT boom In Westville real estate.
Many new bouses to ha erectod.
Beauty of location and rapid transit th
cause.
Competing electric lines place residents
within Often minutes of city's center.
Desirable lots for sale.
H. C. PARDEB,
Jal8tf 122 Fountain street. WestvlIIfc
FOU SALE,
A rood fsrriii fine location! n1e tint""
Low price: easy terms. If yon want a farm
see this before buyinr Call or address
GEORGE A. ISBELL,
mnzS 708 Chapel street.
For Sale,
SIX HOUSES ON ORANGE STREET.
Will be sold on very easy terms.
Merwin's Real Estate Offlcs,
748 CHAPEL STREET.
REAL ESTATE.
Central Investment properties, improved
and unimproved.
First-class residences and lots.
Desirable two-family dwellings.
MONEY TO LOAN.
G. W. OSBORN.
BOOM 20, BENEDICT BUILDING,
82 CHURCH STREET.
FOR SALE,
One-family house, Beers st.,
$55oo.
JOHN C. PUNDERFORD,
116 CHURCH STREET.
TO LOAN,
$100,000, in Sums to Suit.
HENRY A. PALLMAN,
116 Church Street,
my so
' Booms 9 and I't.
FOR SALE,
Fine building lots on George street, at $28
per foot. . ....... .
IFVT
on Meadow, Cottage, Edgar, Rosette, Spring,
Admiral, White, Lawrence, Oak, Elm, Web
ster, Brewery, Munson streets; Sylvan, Co
lumbus, Whalley, Congress, Kimberly, Dav
enport, Dlxwell, Hallock avenues.
CHAS. D.NICOLL & CO..
No. 82 CHURCH STREET, rooms 14 and H
uyvn aiuuuuy ana gatnraay Jsvenings.
Store For Kent.
No. 79 Union street, $8.00
per month.
CHARLES H. WEBB,
850 Chaos! Strest.
Open Monday until 8 p. m.
i Attention M
of those desirous of purchasing a strictly
high class Dwelling is specially Invited
to my
PRIVATE RESIDENCE
712 Orange Street.
JOHN E. HEALY,
sl4 Poll Building.
For Sale,
A two-family bouse on Sylvan avenue.
$6,000. '
A brielr one-family house on Sylvan ave
nue, $5,000.
A centrally located two-family house,
$7,500. "
Money to loan at five per cent.
GEORGE F. Ni-WCOWIB.
Room 322, Exchange Bnild'g, 121 Church st.
Attracti ye Homes
In Delightful West Haven.
Up to date; modern conveniences; high
and healthful; central locations, close to
schools, churches, stores, and trolley line:
all night cars.
A one-family house for $2,S00, or a two
fnmlly bouse for $3,600; each lot 50 feet
front. A few hundred dollars will secure
them. Others from $2,200 up. All desir
able. Invesrlcatei and prepare for the fall.
FKEDKItyUE tt. LEWIS,
Mornings at 852 Chapel street; afternoons
at 82 Center street. West Haven.
For Sale or Exchange for
City Property.
A manufacturing business, protected by
United Stutes patent, and trademark.
Established over 20 years, and show
ing a net profit of over $100,000.
Only $5,000 capital required.
There 1b a good stock of goods on hand
with a demand from the best jobbing
trade all over the United States
Satisfactory reason eiven for selling
Money. to Loan In suras to suit.
L. G. H0ADLEY.
ROOM 2, HOADLE, : BUILDING. 49
Office Open Evenings.
31 Dow street,
$4,500.
One Cent n Wnl ut. i... n a
cents a Word for a full Week, seven
times. ,
AV ANY It) D
Son.SON by yo"n mn with 3 years'
experience as machinist. Address
If MACHINIST, Jhls Office,
sis Soneral housework. Inqutr
nio .it1" :s wmi.rrv
Mui.m ixi o,.
Apete1ntih-1 8Vnd "ork
K,'! good reference. . Inquire
Bio lt s EDUAK ST., seeond floor.
W xV JL ft
AcoJkUwT0N ln twnera. housework or as
? iry a ooniPtent girl. Inquire
- (U,) 38 KEDKIKLD ST.
WANTKU,
MALLET
mi, iNBKLY & CO. want a man who
is
cAUKiiencea m cutting and hanglna
iperies and making window shades.
dra
815
, WANTED,
SITUATION by Swedish girl in general
housework in small family8 Inquire
- 815 xt 129 CEDAR HILL AVE.
WANTED, .
JUATI0N,by eM for light honsa
work or second work. Call at
elj " 102 FRANKLIN.
WANTED,
MALLET, NEELT & CO. want a young
man who has had experience in running
a passenger elevator sl6 It
FST-CLASS man on a farm; must under.
rnu " KUU COWS. A
'Ihursday mornlnir. Id n'..im.t
stand care of horses and cows. Apply
sl5 2t 730 OHAPElsn'RHBiT1
m 8,
MALLET. NBELY & CO. require the ser.
ices of several men who have had eiperi
VloeJ handli"8 a" delivering furnlfuret
no others need apply. alB it
wanted! " T
A SITUATION by a competent girl to do
second work In a private family; good
reference. Inquire at
sl5 lt 1T4 flmonrsui ot
A SITUATION to do general housework!
good reference. Address
Sl5 lt M. K . TMa fmn.
1 WA wrir
A SITUATION by a competent girl to da
second work or would 'do light house
work; best of city reference, inquire at
815 xt 8ft YORK ST.
WANTED,
J? 2 ,man.,ho understands bookkeep
ing, and In willing to make himself useful
about a store. Address
si at .a Iff.. Thi nw y
WAMTnn
u0 J.nJcent?r of tne eItr; must
wen lighted and ventilated. Will pay
$rV52,per. week. Address ,
s14 FOREST, This Office.
W A M'l'u' .
A SITUATION to do general housework or
fiv..2i utK " respectable girl.
s!4 ii ' Inquire at 75 CARLISLE ST. -
EnSnEI?,C,P !?dr tenographet desires
814 7t G., Courier Office.
Wini'lln
A RESPECTABLE girl wknts a situation
X 1 nif ttl uuuwwurK or waiting.
14 2t 445 ORCHAK0 ST.
A SITUATION in general honsework bj a
814 -t 200 WILLOW ST.
VVAHTKr.
A SITUATION In general housework in
rimn uwv ujr no experiencea girls
good references. Inquire
2t 20 STEVENS ST.
. WAiw-rwr
A SITUATION to do general housework, or
nuu.u uu uuiei or restaurant worn..
814 2t Inquire at 7 FACTORY ST.
WASHING and ironing by the day or do
"1 -t ' 84 BROAD ST.
WiVTRn
AMERICAN woman of experience desires
o wuuacjteeiier; lu wiuower. Of
elderly couple.
si 2t 60 PRANK ST.
WANTKU . T;:
A SECOND girl at 466 ORANGE ST. Tall
between 1:30 and 2:30 p. m. sl3 3t
A SITUATION as hrnispk-ppnoi. tnr
ower by an American woman; city or
country. Address ,
sll 7t M. Jl.. This Offlon.
WASTUh
RELIABLE help for all 'kinds domestlo
work, and situations for the same. .
8 28t MRS. BABB. 126 Court street
WAKTK'n
BEST Swedish and German servant are all
"cureo uere. employment Agency.
Ja9 tf 775 CHAPEL ST.
Itststtauejcros.
NOTICE
Is hereby given that the copartnership here.
imore exmiing oetween a. roote and Com"
pany is this day dissolved by mutual eon.
sent. All bills payable to the firm will b
received by Loeell Foote and all bills
against the firm will be paid by him. The
retiring member of the firm ia A. K.Un
Jones-
Dated this 13th dav of Knnteniha! ISrtT
New Haven, Conn. sl4 2dlw
FOB SALE,
PIANO Private family declining honww
seeping sen at oace tneir grand upright
pinnof brilliant tone; equal to new; all
Improvements: fully guaranteed for five
years; cost $825.00 few months ago, ac
cept $160.00, including large cover and
stool. Can be seen at SMEDLET BROS.
& CO., storage warehouse, 173 Brewery
street. s8 7t
FLOOR COVERINGS.
What we said last week
we wish to repeat and em
phasize :
On our entire stock of
Carpets, Linoleums, Oil
Cloths, etc.. we propose to
give our patrons the benefit
ot our early selections on
the old tariff basis, and NOT
raise the price.
There are two ways to
be economical, one is by
spending little money, the
other is by getting the best
goods for your money.
When you buy here you
practice both economies.
BROWN & DURHAM,
Complete Housefurnisherj,
CASH OR CREDIT. . iZl3

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