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NEW HAYEK MORSING JOURNAL AND CClT'lO rKJPAY. FEI TFTF'R 24 1897.
35s55555iJjJ I in the State. It Is an excep- The success attending our efforts' in this Department in the past has stimulated us the present season to do every thing possible to maintain our well-earned reputation in Silks. Take the item of BLACKS an assortment head and shoul ders above all other assort ments. : : : . . Black Duchess Satins 'At 69c, 75c, 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.38, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25 to $3,00. Black Peaude Sole At $1.00, $1.25. $1.50. $1.75, $2.00 tnd $2.50. Block Taffeta Silks V. At 69c, 75c, 85c, 1.00 and $1.25. Black Failles At 85c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. Black Brocade Satins At 85c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75. Black Armure Silks At $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. Black Gros Grains At $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75. . WhatSou uy Here you know is right. We stand back of every pur chase. Poor, unworthy Silks we will not sell 672 to 678 Chapel Stree TRADING STAMPS"- WE HAVE NONE. Therefore our prices are not made 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 that which can only be properly done in the office of the physi cian making diseases of the eye a specialty. But we have every facility for the mounting of OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS and the man ufacture and adjusting of eye glasses of every description. IN OUR We lvo no cheap pills to of fer a( 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 are the products of reliable manufacturers. Prices are as low as consistent with the best grade of drugs and reliable serv ice, i I L WASHBURN & CO. 84 Church and 61 Center streets, NEW TONTINE HOTEL AND CAFE. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Under the management of George T White, formerly of the firm of Heublein Brothers. Restaurant open from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m Special attention given to Banquets and Private Parties. au30 tf W00S TER pTeNSIGN, Successor to WOOSTER . ENSIGN & SON. Iron and Steel. Manufacfjrrs' and Blacksmith Supplies, 75 ORANf-E STREET. Je4 tf WtVK HAVEN. CoSfN. SOW READY, The Choicest Spring Patterns of Leading Mates in 1897 urapenes, wall Jfapers, eta 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 WARF.Rn otvtr H.B. PERRY 914 Chapel Street I V Is something that will be found In but very few stores In the State. It Is an excep tionally fine addition to sal ads, cold meats, fish, game, etc., and being prepared by Crosse & Black-well, the cele brated plcklors, is a sufficient guarantee of its fine quality. When you want a sauce a lit tle different from 'lie ordinary give it atrial ....... Per Bottle, 25 Cents. Y 3obn$on $ Bro., 4I1-4U State Street. 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. N. A. FOLLERTOl Prapriatar. 926 Chapel Street;, 1231 Chapel Street. Auction Sale OF REAL ESTATE P SK twMl No. 46 WOOSTER STREET, ON Tuesday Morning, September 28th, at 11 o'clock. The house contains 11 finished rooms, and bus been put in thorough repair, wly pa pered, and painted InBlde and out Any purchaser can not go amiss In the ownership of these premises as an Invest' tnrtnh0JS?.wl" be "Pen Saturday and Immediate possession can be given EDWARD C.BEECHER. 823 6t Licensed Auctioneer. W' 'I if ( I Boston Grocery. P IIP h Carpets, Kugs. Mattings, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Upholstery Goods, Curtains, WALLLNGFOJiU 1IA1TKKIXGS LAMWAHK ON OLD COLOSY UOAl) LIKELY TO lUSAfl'ISAK. County Commissioners Itet'use Llcenso to Soil Liquor oil Ward and Colony Streets -Autlon to be Taken to Include Miiaoiilo Home In Central School District Othor Newsy Bits. Selectman W. Burr Hall Is In re ceipt of the following from Charles D. Hine, secretary of the state board of education: "There are 1,557 towns in New Eng land. In 1,422 town schools are man aged under the town system, leaving 135 in whole or in part under the dis trict system. Of the 135, 5 per cent., or 114, are In Connecticut "Experience in this and other states shows that town management gives better education to the children, for whom alone schools exist; secures bet ter buildings and promotes deeper in terest on the part of parents and the whole community. "In order that .the question may be acted upon by your town In 1897, the following suggestions are made: "The vote must be taken at the Oc tober town meeting. The ballot box in which the ballots for town officers are deposited should be marked 'Con solidation of districts.' Official ballots with the words 'Yes' and 'No' must be provided and can be obtained from the state board of education. The ballot must be placed in the official envelope, with ballots for town officers, and de posited in the box marked as stated above." The following clause in the warning of the town meeting will be sufficient: "To determine by ballot whether the town will abolish all the school dis tricts and parts of school districts with in its limits and assume and maintain control of the public schools therein." The old milestone which has for more than a century stood on the Old Colony road, near D.C.Dudley's place, bids fair to be disturbed by the changes being made near the railroad at that point and possibly will disappear forever. The old stone, which bears the Inscrip tion, "12 Miles to New Haven," Is one of the old landmarks and should be preserved. The county commissioners have de cided not to grant a license to sell liq uor on the coi ner of "Ward and Colony streets. The reason given is that the location is an unsuitable one. Mrs. A. B. Pixley and Mrs. Water house and daughter, Miss Florence, ar rived home last evening from the White Mountains. At the annual town meeting action will be taken in having the Masonic home property included in the central school district. As It now stands, the property is in the Parker Farms dis trict. Mrs. William Bernatche of Hall ave nue, who has been seriously ill for many months, will soon be taken to the New Haven hospital for treatment. William Sim, a recent arrival from Klondike, is the guest of Fred Hick ling. Eldridge J. Wallace is to open a fish market in D. J. Ly'nch's building on Hall avenue, just east of the Central hotel. A four-months-old child of W. O. Cur: tis of Parker Farms died yesterday. JtASEHAI.L JVKH'S. The results of yesterday's games were as follows: XAT102T4T. LEAGUE. Cleveland 'Wins from Chicago. Cleveland, Sept. 23. To-day's fame was without special fetaure. Both clubs put up a fair game In the field but Cleveland outbatted the Colts. In nings: Cleveland 00012500 8163 Chicago 01300000 04101 Batteries Powell and Crlger; Grif fith and Donohue. STATIC LV.AGVK. Derby-Merldwn Serins. Derby, Sept. 23. There is trouble al ready over the games in the "Nutmeg Cup" series, if the stories that emanate from official quarters in the Derby end of it are to be believed. The trouble arose over the fact, so the story goes, that Manager Chapman of Merlden in sisted upon Derby showing up to-day, although it was raining heavily when he telephoned and it meant a consid erable extra unnecessary expense to the players. Again, it Is claimed by the Derby contingent that Manager Chapman has a grievance against Um pire O'Brien, which the Derby manage ment Is unable to account for. Ac cording to the agreement, as claimed by Derby, two umpires, O Brlen and Hill, were decided upon by Managers Denny, Chapman and Major Hurley, the donor of the cup, and they will have to umpire through the series. It is asserted to-night by Derby that Manager Chapman's grievance against Umpire O'Brien is of a personal nature, and Manager Denny will insit on living up to the letter of agreement, as Chap man was going to insist upon his "pound of flesh" when it appeared that Denny was "in a hole" when it was announced that some of his players de serted him before the series began. It is stated that Denny will have his team on the grounds to-morrow, and if Man ager Chapman objects to O'Brien um piring, the game will be forfeited, al though it will be a disappointment to the local "fans." KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS FAIR. Grand Eight Day Fair Latter Part of November. The Knights of Columbus, Santa Maria council, No. 8, will hold a grand eight nights' fair November 27 to De cember 6 inclusive at the old Union armory, corner of Chapel and Union streets. The sum of $2,000 in cash will be distributed in presents at the close of the fair, chances on which will be held by every purchaser of a ticket. The drawing of presents will be solely under the supervision of the following well known officials and business men of New Haven, not one of them a mem ber of the council, or of the order, which is a guarantee that everything will be conducted in an honorable man ner: Philip Hugo, town agent; Thomas I. Kinney, police commissioner; Lucius P. Denting, ex-judge; S. Royal Keith, president Postal Clerks' Mutual associ ation, R. M. S.. of New England; Elihu M. Thomas, baggage master. New Ha ven station. The committee of arrangements In New Season's Arrivals. CEREALS, a score of the really desirable sorts all fresh, newly packed. HORSE RADISH, freshly ground, in small, air-tight jars, . . . . 20 cts BUTTER THIN, the latest thing in Bis cuits. Crisp and dainty, without flavoring. Lb., 18 cts.; box 25 cts. WHITE BRANDY for preserving. The sort that won't disappoint the house wife. $1.00 quart. PIM-OLAS, the new Olive, stuffed with sweet Spanish. red peppers. Epicures are enthusiastic about them. 2 sizes. 30 cts. and 50 cts. bottle VIN MARIANI, special at 89 cts. bottle $10.67 doz charge of the matter is composed of J. F. Coogan, chairman; W. A. Fitz gerald, W. F. Mulcahy, G. T. Boucher. J. J. Howard, Eugene O'Comnell, W. F. Marlnan, J. J. McCuliom, T. J. Coffey, Michael Ward, T. F. Newman and J. F. Moran. ARRANGING FOR CARNIVAL. The committee on arrangements of the Retail Merchants' association met yesterday morning with all the mem bers present, and President Howe pre sldng. Manager L. D. Chidsey, of the food exhibit, reported progress and arrangements were mil for tho mr. chants to present their customers dur ing tne carnival with tickets to the food show. Mr. Southard and Mr. Cass were an- pointed to do the advertising. Mrs. John Hlrd of Park street and Mrs. Joseph Woodcock of Broad street, Plainvllle, are visiting with Mrs. Lozier In this city. Miss Kittle Schwarz of Chicago 1s a guest of Max Schwarz of the Tale gym nasium for a few days. For Rent, No. 8 1 Wall street; all modern improvements. CHARLES H.WEBB, 824 tf Sou CHAPEL STREET. Investments. ' $5,000 TVullIngfonJ, Conn., 4 per cent bonds. $2,500 TTntcrbnry, Conn., 4 per cent, bonds. $4,000 Housatonlc, Consol. 5 per cent, bonds. $5,000 N. T., N. H, & H. RR. 4s of 1047. $5,000 Lynn & Boston RR. 5 per ct. bonds. 100 shares Portland, Electric Light stock. For Sale by The Chas. W. Scranton Co, Investment Brokers, 840 Chapel Street. ONE-FAMILY HOUSE Haven Street, $i,8oo. $18.00. A ffood oak desk four feet long with nicely fitting roll- top for $ 18.00 can hardly be called extravagant. Flat tops for half the money and upwards. Chairs to mateh. All room furnishings at satisfactory prices. No advance with us in price of Carpets, Rugs, etc., but a big increase in the amount of our salesv Exceptional toilet set val ues in our Crockery depart ment. Everybody made welcome. ' BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnishari. 74 and 76 Orange Street, ' corner Center. lio Cbaptl St. writ l x' m.jr M IN IAX Ulf IC A HI AN AC. SEPT. 24. Stm Risks, IS-43 MoonRibbs, I HioitWatbh Sun Svra, 5-4U I 8:3U DKAIHS. I' A HSOXS- In tuiu city, September 22J. James E. Parsons, H?eu 40 veais. Funeral services will be held ut his late residence. No. 33 Clinton avenue, on Sat urday, September Hutu, at 8 o'clock. Relatives and frlemjs are invited to at tend without further notice. BARNES In this olty, September 22d, El bi'ldgo F. Harnes, aned 54 "ears, 5 months. Funeral services will bo held Friday. Sep tember 24tb, at 2;30 o'clock, from Lis late residence, AM. Fevrv street, corner Mlu dletown uvemio. Friends are Invited to attend, , 2t MARIN K JjlST. 4SS& PORT OF NEW HAVEN. CLEARED. Son Thoenlx. Carlton. 'N. Y. Sen O. C. Ware. Bagley. N. V. Kch Bayard Barnes, Mehaffey, Thlla. Sell Florence Creadlck, Lank, Port Jef ferson. Sch C. C. Lane, Johnson, Norfolk. Willi BOARD. ROOMS, with board, at 824 7t 13 SHERMAN AVE. VOlt R ISN'T, A FLOOR, or separate (furnished) rooms, centrally located. Address, s24 tf M. A., This Office. SMALL sum of money, dropped In Woman's Exphunge. Owner can have same by fitting yLviiviiy UHU IJUJ'iJig tuaijjvo. s24 It FOR RENT, TWO nlcply furnished rooms for gentle men, with or without board; all Improve ments. 824 7t 722 STATE STREET. FOR RENT. MODERN flats, central, new, nearly fin ished, all improvements, 11.87 Chapel, , near Tart; 22 Grove, near Orange. s24 tf Inquire 1201) CHAPEL ST. FOR SALE, AT A BARGAIN, Brick house, steam heat, all improvements, 14 rooms, on Woosier Street. W.T. JUDSONV S24 6t 868 CHAPEL STREET. This Farm Must Be Sold. Two hundred acres, with good buildings. ALL FOR $3,000; on your own terms. R. E. BALDWIN, d&w 818 CHAPEL STREET. 'g&nttttton. MISS JOHNSTONK'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 97 Whitney Avenue. Prl niary, Seeondary and Advanced depart ments. Singing and Drawing. College Certificates. Opens September 23. s8 21 1 THK BUSSES CAILIN'S PRIVATE Grammar School and Rinder- farten for Boys and Girls will reopen eptemher 20 at 68 Bishop street. Apply at 682 WHITNEY AVENUE. au28 tf THE DESSAUER-TROOSTWTK School of Mtislc, 781 Chapel Street, The only complete Institution of this kind In Connecticut. Vocal and Instrumental Instruction. Pupils prepared for the Mu sical department of Vale. Office hours: 12 to 1 and 4 to S p. in. A NIGHT SCHOOL FOR pupils In retouching will be opened at RANDALL'S STUDIO about October first. This will offer an opportunity for persons to acquire skill In an occupation which Is at once paying and agreeable. Good retouchers are much needed In the Photographic Art. For tprms and partic ulars apply at the studio, 1062 Chapel street. s20 7t HERBERT RANDALL. MISS WHEDON'S SCHOOL, FOR GIRLS AND BOYS. 33 WALL STREET, ' REOPENS SEPTEMBER 28. Primary, Junior, and Senior Departments. Special classes for advanced pnplls. slO lm Mrs. and Miss Cady's School FOR GIRLS, 56 Hlllhouse Avenue, reopens Monday, October 4th. Primary and Kindergarten Intermediate and Institute Departments. College Certificates. Choral Lessons. Drawing. German (Natural Method). Miss Orton and Miss Nichols, Successors to the Misses Edwards, will reopen their Day School for Girls, at 57 Elm street, on Tuesday, Septemhsr Twenty-eighth. College preparation, Special students ad mitted. Circulars furnished on applica tion, si lm LITCHFIELD ACADEMIC AND COMMERCIAL INSTI TUTE. A C.nT.. O 1 , m " -T-.fc uoaiuiujj -nn lur JBOVH. KO- cratlc Method; each pupil taughtseparately. n uu"in-3 nci;rr.sr,v I II U COmniOtP mnrfprn luiKlnoqa orlttnnffnn 4-t.n....i.i.. taught. f or terms, rates, or other Information, address Prof. J. M. LEE, Principal. Litchfield Conn. TESTIMONIAL: " I have been acquainted with Prof J M Lee for many years. He Is a very 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, eutitled to hlch Sn slderatlon. N. D. SPERrY Congressman from 2d Dist. Conn " an!7 3m THE FALL TKR3I OP THE Hopkins Grammar School WILL OPEN THURSDAY, SEPT 30 The school prepares thoroughly for Yale neural recora or its graduates in the June examinations for Y.tlo HlintvB flip nunlltv nf ita Earnest nnd able boys from the two highest grades In the public schools can be prepared for Yale College In three years for the Scientific School In two. e The Rector, George L. Fox, will be at hi house, No. 7 College street, for consulta tion with parents, from 9 a.m. to 1 n m beginning Wednesday, September 15th till the opening of the term. sis lit VOCAL INSTRUCTION J. JEROME HAYES WILL RESUME TEACHING AT HIS Studio, fabinger Buildin?, au31 lm SEPTEMBER 6th. MECHANICAL DKAWING, PERSPECTIVE MATHEMATICS MECHANISM, EtcT p jmcu. appointments by mall. E. W. VOORHEES, Consulting Advertiser, 50 Orange Street, KXW. HAVEN. CONX SltaX -Estate. FOR RUNT, FRONT office; good light: steam heat. , S21 tf THE GEORGH II. FORD CO. FURNISHED, Colonial Hotel, cor. Meadow unci Water streets; 10 rooms, large res taurant. C. T. DK1SCOLL. s2li iit 153 Church street. t'Oli RENT, 14-ROOM house. 245 Orchard street; all modern improvements; steam heat; house in perfect order; large garden, plenty of fruit trees. Apply ottiee of 620 tf F. M. BROWN (t CO. Rents Collected E. L. BASSET,, 42 Church st. Room 300. FOR RENT, THE brick dwelling bouse, 330 Orange St. CHAS. A. WHITE, sll 14t 69 Church street. TO RENT. PROPERTY for storage or light manufac turing purposes, at 137 High street. Also a barn on the premises for rent. au31 tf THOS. PHILLIPS & SON. RENTS ON George, Dwlght, Park, James and West Water streets, Columbus avenue, and Lake Place. JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, S3 tf 116 Church street. FOR RENT, BRICK house, 63 Grove street, thirteen rooms; modern Improvements, including speaking tubes; good condition PHILIP POND, Agent, sl7 7t 57 Grove street. FARM WANTED IN exchange for a two-family house with modern 00 nvenlenoes, large barn, ex tra largs lot, fin location, near eleotrio con. Call on or address GEO. A. ISBELTj, o2tf 7Qg ChapeUtreeV FOR SALE, TO close an estate, the valuable corner property located on Columbus avenue and Christopher street: lot 73x103 feet. JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, Executor, au20 tf 116 Church street. JT HAS COME ! GREAT boom In Westvllle real estate. Many new houses to be erected. Beauty of location and rapid transit ttaa cause. . Competing electric lines place residence within flften minutes of clty'a center. . Desirable lots for sale. H. C. PARDEE, )a!8 tf 122 Fountain street, Weatrllle. FOR SALE, A tonA farm: fine location: nte ' . Low price: easy term. If yon want a farm see thla before bnylnp. Call or address GEORGE A. ISBELL, mn28 708 Cbapel street. ' REAL ESTATE. ffentrflt InvoatmAnt ni.ina.Hu Immm.-a and unimproved. first-class residences ana lots. ' Desirable two-family dwellings. 1 MONEY TO LOAN. G. W. OSBORN, EOOM 29, BENEDICT BUILDING, 82 CHURCH STREET. FOR SALE, ' One-family house, Beers st, $5.50O. -:' JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, U6 CHURCH STREET. t. TO LOAN, $100,000, in Sums to HENRY A. PALCMAN, 116 Church Street, my 30 . ' Booms 9 and 1 1. ' For Sale, SIX HOUSES ON ORANGE STREET. Will be sold on very easy te-. '- Merwin's Real Estate Office, 746 CHAPEL STREET. ' For Rent, STORE on STATE STREET. FLAT on ELD STREET. ' 5 ROOMS on PEARL STREET. 7 ROOMS on HALLOCK AVENTJH. 6 ROOMS on GREENWICH AVENUE. W. D. JUDSON, slS 868 Chapel street. FOR SALE, Fine hnlldlnff lnta r. " -, " t.icv, .a per foot. RENTS on Meadow, Cottage, Edgar, Rosette, Spring, Admiral, White, Lawrence, Oak, Elm, Web ster, Brewery. Mnnson streats; Sylvan. Co lumbns, Whalley. Congress, Klmberly, Dav enport, Dixwell, Hallock avenues. CHAS. D. NICOLL St CO., No. 82 CHURCH STREET, rooms 14 and IS. Open Monday and Saturday Evenings. Store For Rent. No. 79 Union street, $8 per month. CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Open Monday until 8 p. m. OO M Attention H 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 house on Sylvan avenue $6,000. ' A brick one-family bouse on Sylvan ave nue, $5,000. A centrally located two-family Louse. $7,fi00. Money to loan at five per cent. GEORGE F. NSWCOIVn. Room 322, Exchange Bulld'g, 121 Church st. Attractive Homes In Delightful West Haven. Up to date; modern conveniences; high and healthful; central locations, close to gchools. churches, stores, and trolley line all night cars. A one-family bonse for $2,500, or a two family bouse for S3.600; each lot 50 feet front. A few hundred dollars will secure them. Others from $2,200 up. All desir able. Investigate, and prenare for the fall. FliEDRIOJOE 11. LEWIS, Mornings at 852 Chapel street; afternoons at 82 Center street. West Haven. FOR EXCHANGE, FOR CITY PROPERTY, A two- family house, near steam and trol ley roads, In West Haven. For Sale, On Farren avenue, a new one-fnmily house, with modern improvements. ' Terms easy and price low. Money to Loan In sums to suit. L. G. H0ADLEY, ROOM 2, HOADLEY BUILDING. 49 CHURCH STREET. Office Open Evenings, One Cent a Word each lusertlon, flvaj cents t Word for a lull Week, neveci times. ' i m . WANTED, facB n,u.rjASS ,s,l0ke throaterjto throat, kI m.ltI0, 8P"; Sarven. Warner & Kenny band spokes. Address s"4 ot. 1'HINEAS JONES & CO., . Newark, N. J. - . WANTKD, foritaii? gllto co?k' wash and Iron ami 12 S I Lff P'y botween 10 ? .,J.,i Kik "J, tue Connecticut Agri cultuial btatlonIuntlngdon st. s24 rtt WANTED, w. rkod NJ7 s,rl t0,d0 ho- WANTED, IJi !!Jmluec"utely- Inquire -gL?' 315 YORK ST. A SECOND-HAND roll top desk. Address 9i if THK CRILLEY CO 3t 424 State street. i c, . WANTKD. second AZ12 W seneral housework or second work by a competent girl. Inquire 624 " 189 FRANKLIN ST. W A TU T w r AJ!J,TlIATION.1v Keneral housework by an experienced girl; good references. Inquire 24 It km Hiiurr.TnM dm A.,BA.T' comPetent cook. ' " 4 - 824 " ! 881 TEMPLE ST. A 824 It" f0F genera1 housework. Inquire at - . wnnun AVE. r " WANTED, .' " S2 Sri.88' wf8; nurfe. lrI houso- S it5 Employment Agency, -lt 800 CHAPEL. AIT A Vnr.T . w A SITUATION as cookand laundres In S2HJ133STOMER TST. sMlt SreFeAenctN M lnUnn. WT A VTmi. A SITUATION by a competent elr! r rt general housework in a private famllv" reference If required. Address ' B It AT r rnui v-t U1B Dref.ll rC " t!""a. TP" Ol oqo ADir earn v ""vy lu we con a wo J. or light nousework by a competent girt Inouir. 823 2t 64 WALLACE ST. - ll?1?1? waitress or chamber- B23 2t 132 FRANKLIN ST. OnlL1 i0 Fa Millinery Opening of R. R. HARRIS & CO., llTAuirn,.. blTUATION by an experienced nurse who Sek1'LGerma,n ana French, to take 7t 2JaC5f1idren: city references. Inquire b23 2t. oak m?Avn ivff C?iPETJFT Scandinavian eooks and gen- i o j. 5'"" Ior private lamllles ZjfjLi"0: a flrst-class chamber. B8 28t MRS. BABB. 126 Coort street WlHTRn BEST Swedish and German servants are all ja9 tf . . ucro. amoiovment Annn 776 CHAPEL St: WLlattVumtons. POR S AT.1T A RESTAURANT. Apply at ' - ' 1W STATE ST, " Vfr air.v AT half price, eight six-foot fine polished s22 3t 46 CROWN ST. NEW PLUMBING ESTABLISH- MENT. , MENZIES and MENZIES, No. 6 Pitkin street, between Chapel and Court streets. Sanitary plumbing and remodeling of bath rooms on sanitary prinolples. Gas and steam fitting. Jobbing promptly at tended to. B21 7t NOTICE. BOROUGH PAIR HAVEN EAST, x September 20th, 1897. Delinquent taxpayers are hereby notified that liens will be placed upon their proper ty if the borough taxes are not paid before September 30th, 1897, and the expense of Bnld liens will be added to the tax. nnn Id. A. T. BLAKE, Collector, , b22 3t 307 Center street, Annex. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, ' September 22d, 1897. ESTATE of CHARLOTTE H. SACKETT. late of North Haven, In said District, an incompetent person. Edward P. Hull, conservator of said Charlotte H. Sackett, having resigned as such conservator, as by said resignation on Hie In this Court more fully appears. It is ORDERED That said resignation be heard and determined at a Court of Pro bate to be held at New Haven, in said Dij. trict, on the 29th day of Beptember, 1807, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendency of said resig nation, and of the time and place of the hearing thereon, be given by publishing this order three times in some newspaper hav ing a circulation In said District. LIVINGSTON W. CLEAVELAND. 823 8t . Judge. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, September 21st, 1897. ESTATE of DAVn) PERREBEE, late of New Haven, in said District, deceased. Georglannn Ferrebee of iew Haven hav ing made written application praying that administration of said estate may be grant ed, as by said application on file In thla Court more fully apicars, it is ORDp;HED That said application be heard and determined at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, m said District, on the 24th day of September, 1897, at tea o'clock in the forenoon, and that public no tice of the pendency of said application, and of the ume nnd place of the hearing thereon, be given to all parties Interested In said estate, by publishing this order three times in a newspaper having a drou latlon In said District. LIVINGSTON W. CLEAVELAND. 822 8t Judge. COMMITTEE ON STREETS. - The Committee on Streets will meet In Room 10 and 11, City Hall, on Friday, Sen tember 24th, 1897, at 8 p. m.. for the pur pose of considering the following matters- Petition for sidewalk and curbs on Goffe street, both sides, between County and Or chard streets. Resolution providing that the Director of Public Works cause plans and specifications to be prepared for the repair of Humphrey, Edwards, and Arch streets, Derby avenue. Edgewood avenue, Dixwell avenue, Cain street, Wlnthrop avenne, Lloyd street and Blatchlcy avenue, with broken stone of not more than two inches In diameter to the following depths: Five (5) inches, Humph rey, Edwards, Arch and Cain streets, Win throp avenue, Lloyd street, Blatchley ave nue: six (Ki inches, Derby avenue. Edge wood avenue; seven (7) Inches, Dixwell av enne. And that the said Director advertise for bids and award contract for the repair of the above named streets to the extent of the appropriation nn or before the first dav of November, 1R97. All persons Interested In any of the fore going are hereby notified to appear and be heard thereon without further notice. Per order. JOHN H. f LARKE. Chairman. Attest: EDWARD A. STREET. e22 St Assistant City Clerk.