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NEW .I1AVKN MORMKG JO VENAL AND COITFP SAT UBPAY. SJH TFVr Ett 25 1897.
Collarettes. The new models for Autumn wear, jt jt Prices start at $6.00 Only pood ones. : : . Autumn weight black, tan and red JACKETS. A good assortment and prices just half. Prices start at 3.50 It is an opportunity. : : : : Dressing Sacqtues. Comfort in the new things as well as beauty. Eiderdown, at $i.g8 and $3.00. : : : : : : Flannelette, at gSc, $1.25 and $2.00. : : : : : French Flannel, at $1-75, $3.50 and $6.00. : : "T- Comfort. No chilling sensations from cold sheets. Flannelette Night Gowns, for Ladies, at 6gc, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. Flannelette Gowns, for In fants, sizes i and 2 years, at 65 cents. : : : : Outing Flannel Night Gowns, for Men, at 50c. and $1.00. 672 to 678 Chapel Stree TRADING STAMPS WE HAVE NONE. Therefore onr prices are not made to cover their cost, and customers who forget to ask for stamps pay no more- than oth ers. IN OCR We do not claim to be OCU LISTS, and do not undertake that which can only be properly done in the office of the physi cian making diseases of the eye a specialty. But we have every facility for the mounting of OCULISTS' PRESCRIPTIONS and the man ufacture and adjusting of eye glasses of every description. IN OUR We have no cheap pills to of fer at a low price or patent med icines on which to compete with the dry goods stores. Making a specialty of physi cians' orders and prescriptions, this branch of our business is in the care of competent chemists and the medicines dispensed are prepared In our own laboratory or arc the products of reliable manufacturers. Trices are as low as consistent with the best grade of drugs and reliable serv ice E. L. WASHBURN k CO. 84 Church and 61 Center streets, NEW TONTINE HOTEL AND CAFE. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Under the management of George T. White, formerly of the firm of Heublein Brothers. Restaurant open from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m. Special attention given to Banquets and Private Parties. au30 tf " WOOSTER p7eNSIGN, Boecersor to WOOSTEB . ENSIGN & SON. Iron and Steel. Manufacturers' and Blacksmith Suoplies. 75 OR ANf-E STREET, Je4 tf MSW. HAViiN, CONN. SOW READY, The Choicest Spring Patterns of Leading Hakes in 189' Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, It has always been my aim to supply nothing but the best makes in Carpets ; to make and lay them in a thorough and workmanlike manner. CARPET WAREROOMS, H. B. PERBY 914 Chapel Street Prince cflUalc$ j 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, flsh, game, etc., and being prepared by Crosse & Blackwell, the cele brated plcklers, Is a suflicient guarantee of its line quality. When you want a sauce a lit tle different from he ordinary give It a trial ....... Y Per Bottle, 25 Cents. 4 2 CA 411-413 5IB iraj. p E A,- E S 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. FULLESTOM, Propriaiir. 926 Chapel Street, 1231 Chapel Street. Auction Sale OF REAL ESTATE The undersigned will offer for sale at Public Auction the two-family frame dwell ing bouse. No. 46 WOOSTER STREET, ON Tuesday Morning, September 28th, at 11 o'clock. The honse contains 11 finished rooms, and SerJ?"llhV.LUr?Palr'. MWUr pa- Any uuu Mlll'.l.t:U lUQItie nuu our. purchaser can not go amiss In the ship of these premises as an invest- owners ment. The house will be open Saturday and Monday noons from 12:30 to 1:30 o'clock preceding the day of sale, for inspection, and at any other time unon application at BEECHER'S EXCHANGE, 149 Grange St. Immediate possession can be given EDWARD'C. BEECH ER, s23 Gt Licensed Auctioneer. Rugs. AJattins, Krotm on Upholstery Goods, Curtains, Draperies, W all Papers, etc. n.isKitAi.h .vi-: ir.s. The results of yesterday's ball games, with the exception of the Eotaon-Balti more contest, which may be found on the flrst page, are as follow: KA I I OX I . Lli AO ui:. Giants and Soimtors llrtntk JEvou. New York, Sept. 24. In a double header this afternoon the Giants and Senators broke even. The flrst game was won by the visitors because they were able to land on Sullivan, and the Giants could not fathom McJarnes. In the second Si Seymour was worked out of turn and always had the Washing tons In trouble. Mercer appeared to he in the sulks and was hit In every In ning but the first. The first game was slow and featureless. In the second Seymour's all around work and a one handed catch by Leahy were the feat ures. The score: First game New York 00011000 02 63 Washington ...0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 47152 Batteries Sullivan and Searfoss; Mc Jarnes and McGulre. Second game New York 0 111112 2-812-3 Washington 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0-4 8-4 Batteries Seymour and Warner;Mer cer and Rellly. Game called on account of darkness. Brooklyn DnfanU tlie Phillies. Brooklyn, Sept. 24. About the most exciting Incident connected with the Brooklyn-Philadelphia game this after noon was the behaviour of Pitcher Tay lor toward the umpire. He was finally quieted with a $25 fine. The game was interesting throughout. The game scheduled for Monday will be played to morrow with the regular contest. At tendance 400. Score: Brooklyn 10001134 10 15 5 Philadelphia .21000031 2 9142 Batteries Dunn, Burrell and Grim; Taylor and Clements. RTATJK J.VAGUIC. Derby Wins Another. Derby, Sept. 24. There are 300 hoarse voices in Derby, to-night, as the result of to-day's "rooting" in the Meriden Derby ball game and the hoarseness is by no means confined to the male sex. To-day's game resulted in favor of Der by the score of 5-2. The story of the game can be briefly told. It was a ball game from start to finish and Meriden was clearly outplayed. Corcoran, the Meriden pitcher, put up by far the clev erest work in the. box, but he neglected to bring his horseshoe and It proved to be his unlucky day. Lawlor, as usual, had to doff his hat on more than one occasion, as his phenomenal fielding was a feature. Denny spoiled his brilliant record by one error, but In the words of one of the grand stand rooters, "there is no kick coming," as Denny more than redeemed himself by his general work. In the three games played by Derby in the Nutmeg cup series he has but three errors and two of them were made to-day. The score: Derby 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 5 5 2 Meriden 00010010 0293 Batteries Brown and Manning; Cor coran and Thlesen. mir.ro it n. Sept. 24. Miss Nellie J. Clost of Plaln ville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Coe on Wheeler's Farms Road. The race between George W. Wood bury's horse, Old Shoes, and George B. Clark's Milford Boy was held, at the Huntington fair yesterday. Clark's horse proved too much for Woodbury's, winning out in three straight heats. The time was 2:374. Dr. J. S. Caroll is having the grounds about his house graded. , D. C. Lines Is doing the work. Miss Annie L. Beach is visiting friends in Shelton for a few days. Miss Agnes Curtiss is attending Miss Baird's school for girls at South Nor walk. Charles Wilhelmy is having the in terior of his barber shop frescoed and papered, which will make a decided im provement when finished. , Following Is a list of officers elected for the ensuing year at the recent meet ing of St. Peter's guild: President, Mrs. Joseph G. Noyes; vice president, Mrs. Charles A. Tomlinson; treasurer, Mrs. George M. Gunn; secretary, Mrs. Henry W. Cornwall. Mrs. Hutchinson and Miss Heywood with the secretary and the treasurer form the executive com mittee. At this meeting plans were laid for an entertainment to be given in about two weeks; also a missionary society was organized with Mrs. Ralph C. Peck.MIss Jennie Parmelee, secretary and treasurer. Next week the ladies will meet at the home of Mrs. J. G. Noyes on Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock for work. On Monday evening last a meeting of St. Peter's parish was held in the church. Frederick Cornwall was elect ed parish clerk and was duly sworn in by Judge Richard R. Hepburn. Henry C. Peck was elected collector of the parish in place of Frederick Cornwall, resigned. The funeral services over the remains of the late John H. Fanton were held from the residence of his son-in-law, Theodore F. Piatt, at the Housatonic River, this afternoon. Rev. Henry H. Morse conducted the services. Burial waB In Milford cemetery. Mrs. Henry C. Peck is visiting friends in West Upton, Mass., for H few weeks. Preaching at Plymouth church Sun day at 10:30 and 7:30 by the pastor. Rev. Charles E. Upson. Morning subject: "Realizing on the Future." Evening: "The Claims of the Gospel." In the evening Miss A. May Shenton of New York will sing "the Holy City." Cor dial welcome afforded all attendants at all services. Sunday school at noon. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m. D., L. & W. DIVIDEND. New York, Sept. 24. The directors of the Delaware, Lackawanna and West ern railroad to-day declared the regu lar quarterly dividend of 1 per cent. 1'OMIICAI.. llnmdn. The Republicans of rlamden are request ed to meet in the Town Hall September 2.lth to nominate Town Offieers under new rules adopted on Ootolwr l."th, lfK!, the ballot box being open from l p. 111. until 9 p. in. Business meetlne 8:30 p. 111. W. F. DOWNER. s23 3t t'balnnan Committee. A caucus of the Republican voters of the town of Woodbridge will be held at the basement of the Congregational church, in said town, Thursday evenins. September th. 181(7, at p. m.. to nominate town onieers. 1'er order. 4d In' TOWN COMMITTEE. Fit out the little ones for school with indestructible shoes. S23 3t M. E. COSGROVE. Children's rubber diapers to-day 15c at ililiua Frank's. vA- v New r Season's Arrivals. CEREALS, a score of the really desirable sorts all fresh, newly pacfied. 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. P1M-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 U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE, New London, Conn., Sept. 2D, 18S17. Sealed proposals In triplicate lor constructing breakwater at Duck Island, Conn., will be received here until 12 o'clock, noon, Oct. 23, 1KSIT, and then publicly opened. Information fur nished on application. SMITH S. LEACH, Major Engrs. s25 27 28 29022 23 District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, September 24tli, 1SH7. ESTATE of SARAH B. GLADDEN, late of New Haven, in said District, deceased. The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven bath limited and appointed six months from the date hereof for the credit ors of said deceased to bring in their claims against said estate. Those who neglect to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to CAKRIE I. MANN. s2.1 ilt Administratrix. HEWITT'S Drug Store. (Whittlesey's Old Stand.) ESTABLISHED 184-0. Huyler's agents for fine Con fectionery, received three times a week direct from factory. 744 CHAPEL STREET. THE MOST BRILLIANT DISPLAY , at the coming Food Ex hibit will be that of The New Haven Gas Light Company. A unique Gas Tree will bear upon its gilded branches the va ried fixtures and forms of the famous WELLS BACK LIGHT. As You Enter The, Armory walk straight to the cen ter, turn to the right, and you'll readily locate spaces 32 and 35. Equally as important in this Exhibit are the matchless forms of gas heating and cook ing. Gas Ranges, Gas Radiators, Gas Stoves, Gas Logs, Gas Grates, etc,, etc. . The New Hayen GasLislit Co 80 Crown Street. $18.00. A good oak desk four feet long with nicely fitting roll top for $18.00 can hardly be called extravagant. Flat tops for half tho money and upwards. Chairs to mateh. AU room furnishings at satisfactory prices. No advance with us in price of Carpets, Rugs, etc., but a big increase in the amount of our sales. Exceptional toilet set val ues in our Crockery depart ment Everybody made welcome. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete HousefurniSLnrs, 74 and 76 Orange Street, corner Center. Mi 1 770 Cbapcl St, Jl IMATt; K K A LM AX AC. SEPT; ii. Sun Risks, IH3 I MoonRisks, Sun Sets. 5:41 1 4:34 Hiqh Wvmi MAttlNtt IjIST. PORT OF NEW HAVEN. CLEARED. Sell H. I. Raymond, Cranmer, Norfolk. Sell Llllle Fulkvnburif, Smith, Norfolk. Sell L. H. Ittiper, Hansen, Norfolk. Sell Hester A. Waters, Kimball, Norfolk. Sell (ireeu County Tauuer, Hyde, N. i". t oit kk-n r, FIRST floor; improvements; $13 per month. s2.- 7t: Room 208, Exchange llulldlng. MONEY TO LOAN ON first mortgage. 825 7t I. O. BOX 776. KOU KKNT, FIVE rooms, 28 Oottata street, 1st floor, $12 per month. Enquire s25 ,'lt 24 COTTAGE ST. RENTS FREE TO OCT. 1st. FLATS, tenements, and stores. Call for list. Office of E. MALLEY. s23 Ct FOR RENT. TWO large furnished rooms, single or en suite: all Improvements. R2.- 7t 27 SYLVAN AVE. FOR RENT. WHOLE house, 107 Bradley St., 7 rooms. Whole house, 01 Bradley St., 9 rooms. First floor, 30 Eld street, 5 rooms. Call on B.'L. LAMBERT, 805 Chapel street. s25 3t Room 411. GRASS FOOD. FAR bettor than unsightly, disagreeable manure is bur "Lawn Ground Bone" 3 cents a lb, or $2.00 a hundred weight bagged. S23 27 20 LINSLEY & LIGHTBOTJRN, ODD JOBS. FROMPT and skilful attention given to set ting glass, repairing locks, fitting keys, and doing other mau-of-the-house puzzlers. LINSLEY & LIGHTBOTJRN, 625 27 29 33 and 39 Broadway. .TIGHT HOOFS RESULT from using our 2-ply Tar Taper, 85 cents a roll, together with our preserv ative Tar Con t! in; at 35 cents a gallon. 25 27 211 LINSLEY & LKiHTBOUKN. MKAI' CUTTERS. THE "New Perfection Cutter" Is well nigh Indispensable to the easy and economical preparation of dainty dishes. Price $1.03. H25 27 20 LINSLEY & LIOHTBOUUN. FOU KENT, . A FLOOR, or separate (furnished) rooms, centrally located. Address, s24 tf M. A., This Office. DUMB SERVAN I S. DIFFERENT size galvanized Garbage Cans, Ash Cans, and Ash Sifters at prices In keeping with our reputation as "Hust lers." 2.1229 LINSLEY & LIGHTBOURN. FOR SALE. A LARGE New York State bred bay mare, 6 years old (a good roadert, and handsome English tandem cart and harness, com plete: for sale cheap for the want of use. 823 lt 509 CHArEL ST. &vtatiaxL MISS JOHNSTONE'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 97 Whitney Avenue. Pri mary, Secondary . and Advanced depart ments. Singing and Drawing. College CertlUcates. Opens September 23. 6 21t tiik; busses cailin's FRIVATE Grammar School and Klnder- farten for Boys and Girls will reopen eptember 20 at 68 Bishop street. Apply at 682 WHITNEY AVENUE. au28 tf NEW GRAMMAR SCHOOL," (MR. GILE'S.) The Fall Term begins Monday, Sept. 13. For admission or information, pleaso call at the School Rooms. Nos. 17 and 18, IN SURANCE BUILDING. an28 eod tf THE DESSAUER-TROOST WIK School of Music, 781 Chapel Street. The only complete Institution of this kind In Connecticut. Vocal and Instrumental Instruction. Pupils prepared for the Mu sical department of Yale. Office hours: 12 to 1 and 4 to 5 p. m. A NIGHT SCHOOL FOR pupils In retouching will be opened at itAiiAiij oiumo a Dour (letoper 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 J'liotogniplilc Art. For terms and partle nlnrs apply at the studio, 10f!2 Chanel street. s20 7t HERBERT RANDALL. MISS WHEDON'S SCHOOL, FOR GIRLS AND BOYS. 33 WALL STREET, REOPENS SEPTEMBER 28. Primary. Junior, and Senior Denartments. Special classes for advanced pupils. sl6 lm Mrs. and Miss Cady's School FOR GIRLS, S6 Hlllhonse Avenue, reopens Monday, October 4th. Primary and Kindergarten Intermediate and Institute Departments. College certlllcates. Choral Lessons. Drawing. German (Natural Method). Miss Orton and Miss Nichols, Successors to the Misses Edwards, will reopen their Day School for Girls, at ui aim streei, on Tuesday, Septembsr Twenty-eighth. uonege preparation, rspeciai students ad' mltted. Circulars furnished on applica tion, si lm LITCHFIELD ACADEMIC AND COMMERCIAL INSTI TL'TM. A Select Hoarding School for Rots Sn. era tin meuinuj emu pujin tangnt separately uiniiLurn iicv-c!?nni.v i.u it complete iimiii.tlu uuoiiicna umauira lUOrOUgUIy For terms, rates, or other information, l'rof. J. M. MSB, Principal. Lltchfleld Conn. TESTIMONIAL: " I have been acquainted with Prof 3 M Lee for many years. He is a very success ful Instructor, and has given great sntis- faction to all that have put themselves under his care as a teacher. I commend mm m u Be"ucluuu ciumen to nih con sideration. N. D. SPERRY, Congressman from 2d Dlst. Conn." nnl7 3m THR FALIj TERM OP TUB Hopkins Grammar School WILL OPEN THURSDAY. SEPT. an The school prepares thoroughly for Yale university, me excellent record of Its graduates In the June examinations for I a in snows uie, quiuuy oi its worK. Karnest ana ame onys rrom the two highest grades In the public schools can be prepared for Yale College In three years for the Scientific School In two. The Rector, George L. Fox, will be at his house. No. 7 College street, for consulta tion with pnrents, from 9 a. m. to 1 n. m beginning Wednesday, September 1.-th, tlil the opening of the term. M8 lit VOCAL INSTRUCTION J. JEROME HAYES WILL RESUME TEACHING AT HIS Studio, Hubinger Building, au31 lm SEPTEMBER 6th. MECHANICAL DRAWING, PERSPECTIVE MATHEMATICS. MECHANISM, Etc. F. R. HONEY Instructor at Trlnltv Col lege, Hartford: Law Chambers. 171) Church St.. New Haven. Appointments by mall E. W. VOORHEES, Consulting Advertiser, 50 Orange Street, KBW. RAVEN CONX Board and glooms. ROOMS. WITH BOAliD, TO gentleman and wife or gentlemen; ref erences, sai it 1 Kl lvaa & n. Wil li BOAKU. ROOMS, with board, at I 7t 1!1H RITERMAN AVE. Heal Estate. FRONT office: good light: steam heat. s21 tf THE GEORGE H. FOKU CO. roli 14KNT, TWO nicely furnished rooms for gentle men, wltu or without board: an improve ments. s24 7t 722 STATE STREET. FOR UK NT. MODERN flats, central, new, nearly fin ished, nil Improvements, 1187 Chapel, near Park; 22 Grove, near Orange. B24 tf Inquire .1209 CHAPEL ST. FOR RENT, FURNISHED, Colonial Hotel, cor. Meadow ana wilier streets; iu rooms, large res taurant. C. T. DRISCOLL, 823 3t 153 Church street. FOR RENT. 14-ROOM house. 245 Orchard street; all modern Improvements; steam heat; house In perfect order; large garden, plenty of fruit trees. Apply office of S20 tf F. M. BROWN & CO. Rents Collected E. L B&SSETT, 42 Church st. Room 300. FOR RENT, THE brick dwelling house, 839 Orange St CHAS. A. WtUXBi, sll 14t - 69 Church street. TO KKNT. PROPERTY for storage or light manufac turing purposes, at im tigu street. Also a barn on the premises for rent. au31 tf THOS. PHILLIPS & SON. KKNTS ON George, Dwlght, Park, James and West water streets, L'oiuuidus avenue, mm Lake Tlace. JOHN C TUNDERFORD, S3 tf 116 Church street. FARM WANTED TN exohang-e for a two-family houss with JL. uniutnu vu iiTcuiQuuna, in. umu, vj- tia large lot, tint looatlon, near elsotrio oars. Cull on or address GEO. A. ISBELIi. oMtf 108 Chapel etriM. FOR SALE. . TO close an estate, the valuable corner property located on uommDus avenue uuu Christopher street; lot 7.1x103 feet. JOHN C. PUNDERFORD. Executor, au20 tf 118 Church street. IT HAS COME ! GREAT boom in Westvllle real eatttfc Many new houses to be erected. Beauty of location and rapid transit th cause. Competing electric lines place resident! within Often minutes of city's center. Desirable lots ror sale. H. C. PARDEE, ja!8 tf 122 Fonntaln street. Westvllle. FOR SALE, A mnfl fsnn: fine location; ntw w 4 Low price: easy terms. If yon want a farm ee this before bnylnr Call or addreu GEORGE A. ISBELL, mh28 708 Chapel street. FOR SALE, Good two-family house near the Win chester factory for $2,000; terms very easy. 1 UK xvJN x. The house No. 2 Gilbert avenue, and many other houses and tenements. CHAS. D. NICOLL & CO., No. 82 CHURCH STREET, rooms 14 and 15. Open Monday and Saturday Evenings. REAL ESTATE. Central Investment properties. Improved and unimproved. l' irst-ciass residences ana lots. Desirable two-family dwellings. MONEY TO LOAN. G. W. OSBORN. ROOM 29, BENEDICT BUILDING, 82 OHDRCH STREET. TO LOAN, $100tOOO, in Sums to Suit. HENRY A. PALLMAN, H6 Church Street, my 80 Rooms 9 and II. For Sale, 8IX HOUSES ON ORANGE STREET. Will be sold on very easy teras. Merwin's Real Estate Offico, 748 CHAPEL STREET. For Rent, STORE on STATE STREET. FLAT on ELD STREET. 5 ROOMS on PEARL STREET. 7 ROOMS on HALL'OCK AVENUE. 6 ROOMS on GREENWICH AVENUE. W.D. JUDSON, sl5 888 Chapel street. Store For Rent. No. 79 Union street, $8.00 per month. CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Streat. Open Monday until 8 p. m. M Attention J of those desirous of purchasing a strictly high class Dwelling Is specially invited to my PRIVATE RESIDENCE 712 Orange Street. JOHN E HEALY, s14 Poll Building. For Sale. A two-family honse on Sylvan avenue, $6,000. A brick one-family honse on Sylvan ave nue, S5.000. A centrally located two-family honse, S7.rn0. Money to loan at five per cent. GEORGE F. NEWCOM3. Room 322, Exchange Bulld'g. 121 Church st. Attractive Homes In Delightful West Haven. TJp to date; modern conveniences; high and healthful; central locations, close to schools, churches, stores, and trolley line; all nlcht cars. A one-family honse for $2,500, or a two family bouse for $3,600; each lot 50 feet front. A few hundred dollars will seenre them. Others from $2,200 up. All desir able. Invesrleate. and prepare for the fall. FREDKKjjCE 11. LEWIS, Mornings at 852 Chapel street: afternoons at 82 Center street. West Haven. FOR EXCHANGE, FOR CITY PROPERTY, A two- family honse, near steam and trol ley roads, In West Haven. For Sale, On Knrren avenue, a new one-familv noll,e with modern improvements. Term's easy and price low. Money to Loan In snms to suit L. G. H0ADLEY. ROOM 2, HOADLEY BUILDING, CHURCH STREET. Office Open Evening. 49 Slams. Oue Cent a Word each Inanrt.lnn. Am cents a Word for a full Week, derail times. Xl',NQ man- 17 ror office work and co lections. Apply in own handwriting, s at ng age, present occupation, etc.. 1. C. A City. WAV Pli'n SITUATION by two competent girls In gen- ei-encesr Inquire ; Ba 83'r u 60 ORCHARD ST. WAWTIPr, A.SITUATION by a respectable Rlrl to do ,.u,f hi k private rami y; good reference. Address ! M. M., This Office. A SITUATION by a Swedish Klrl to do gen- ...... uBTO-.um m a small iauiuy. - Enquire at 825 it 29-t BLATCHLET AVE. A SITUATION by a respectable girl to do uuunuwui. iu n private lamuy: good reference. Inquire at .825 If 17 ALTON ST., Fair Haven. WANTKIl. WORK by the day; dressmaker. "- tt-i .PROSPECT ST. WANTKD. A GIRL to cook and assist in laundry work. s2' 2t Inquire at 251 CHURCH ST. uriVTcn A GOOD cook and laundress, Swedish or 825 3t 271 WHITK- AVE. WAWTirn A FIRST-CLASS spoke throater; to throat, , mure spukuh; ernrven, Warner as Kenny band spokes. Address .00.. PHINEAS JONES & CO., s2 2t NewarkNj wanted", A RELIABLE girl to cook, wash and Iron , a ttul"y of four. Apply between 10 and 12 o'clock at the Connecticut Aerl cultural Station, Huntingdon st. s24 3t A SECOND-HAND roll top desk. Address 0 THE GRILLEY CO., . 824 St 424 State street. WANTED, FIRST-CLASS girl for second work; on Preferred who can go home nights. 824 3t , 233 f ORK ST. WANTED, LADIES to wait for the Fall Millinery Opening of R. R. HARRIS & CO., -8A "t . 101 Orange street. WANTED, . ; SITUATION by an experienced nurse, who speaks German and French, to take cara of,nc51idreni clty references. Inquire 83 3t 82 HAMILTON ST. - WlNTDn RELIABLE help for all 'kinds domestla work, and situations for the same. s8 28t MRS. BABB. 126 Court street' WANTED. BEST Swedish and German servants are aN secured nere. mmpioyment Agency. Ja9 tf 775 CHAPEL St. ' HMscjettatxwms. FOR SALE, A RESTAURANT. Apply at . 823 7t 190 STATE ST. NEW PLUMBING ESXAaLISH- MENT. MENZIES and MENZIES, No. 6 Pitkin street, between Chapel and Court streets. Sanitary plumbing and remodeling of bath rooms on sanitary principles. Gas and steam fitting. Jobbing promptly at- tended to. s21 7t READ ! BEAD 1 "Wonders never cease," and the wonder ful bargains displayed on our Great Bar gain Counter will convince you of these facts: Legs of Lamb, 10c lb. Loin and Porter house Steaks 12c lb. For want of space we cannot quote the hundreds of bargains We have in store for you, but come and see for yourself. E. SOHOENBERGER & SON, Palace' Market, 92-96 George street, and 1-2-3 Central Market, Congress avenue. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, September 22d, 1897. ESTATE Of CHARLOTTE H. SACKHTT, 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 file in this Court more fnlly appears, it Is vauxintuj xnat saia resignation oe heard and determined at a Court of Pro bate to be held at New Haven, In eald Dis trict, on the 29th day of September, 1897, at ten o ciock in xue iorenoon, ana tnat 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 tnree times in some newspaper nav ing a circulation In said District. a23 at Judge. FOR SALE, I Two-family house, wards street. v : Modern Improvements. $5,000.00; JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 116 CHURCH STREET. For Rent, No. 8 1 Wall street; all modern improvements. CHARLES H.WEBB, 624 tf 850 CHAPEL STREET. This Farm Must Be Sold. Two hundred acres; with good building. ALL FC-R $3,000; on your own terms. R. E. BALDWIN, d&w 818 CHAPEL STREET. FOR SALE, AT A BARGAIN, Brick house, steam heat, all improvements, 14 rooms, on Wooster Street. W. D. JUDSON, s24 6t 868 CHAPEL STREET. I3i .NfSL0AN7 ONE-FAMILY HOUSE Haven Street, $1,800.