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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17 1897.
of Novelty Dress
Goods at Half
An importer accepts our
offer for a beautiful assort
ment of high-class NOVEL
TY DRESS GOODS at 50
cents on a dollar.
At 79 Cents
As pretty wool and silk and
. wool novelties as you ever
saw under $1.50 a yard
At 98 Cents
Strictly high-class novelties
most of them, but one
. dress length of a coloring
all sold two weeks ago at
" $2.00 to $2.50 a yard.
In our long experience
with DRESS GOODS, this
the best offer we ever made.
762-768 CHAPEL STREET.
iWB ARB NOW RECEIVING OUR FALL
Embracing many Novelties in style and
MEXICAN HAND-CARVED LEATHER
MONKEY, CROCODILE, CALF and SEAL
SKIN, PLAIN, SILVER and
POCKETBOOKS, CARD CASES.
CIGAR CASES. PORTFOLIOS, DESK
PADS, CHATELAINE BAGS.
GLOVE and HANDKERCHIEF CASES.
; TRAVELING CLOCKS, DRESSING
. . : CASES, DRINKING CUPS,
; FLASKS, etc.
E. L WASHED! ft. CO.
24 Church and 61 Center streets.
744 Chapel St.
The Choicest Spring Patterns f Leading Mates In
It has always been my aim
makes in Carpets ; to make and
H. B. PERRY 914 Chapel Street
lv vtuy uiy 'usy niix nuy Huy nuy
We hvo in our atora same of the finest
Ueraiont W grcam Cfocese
to be found in the city. Not the sort that
you have to examine twice to see whether
it is cheese or not, but the creamy kind
that melts in the mouth. This is just the
season for ::: ::: ::: ::: ::: :t:
and with our cheese they are sure to be
fine. We also have ;:: ::: ::: !"
Sage, eaglisft Dairy, edatn,
3- IF YOU WANT CHEESE THAT'S
"JUST RIGHT." TRY OURS. ::: :::
411 Ss 413 STATE STREET.
THE JOY OF
WILL DEPEND LARGELY UPON YOUR
GROCERIES. AS HERETOFORE, WW
HAVE MADE SPECIAL PREPARATIONS
TO DO OUR PART. HERE IS A PAR
TIAL LIST OF NEW, FRESH GOODS :
Our Spices are Strictly Pure, and High
GINGER. ' , ,
All our NUTS are Fresh this season's.
FILBERTS, ... '
BRAZILS, ' '
PAPER SHELL ALMONDS,
JORDAN SHELLED ALMONDS. '
You know Nloe RAISINS when you see
them. Look at ours :
DEHESA CLUSTER, '
CLEANED CURRANTS, :
We also desire to call special attention
to our -
It must be a well-fed native. If you
place your order with us you will sea that
you get a good one.
N. A. FULLERTOU, Proprietor,
926 Ghapel Street,
1231 Chapel Street
Trager's Hotel and Restaurant,
Reopened under the management of
GEO. T. SANDALLS.
Formerly with Park Ave. Hotel, N. Y.
Cuisine and service unexcelled.
Special attention to Theater Parties and
Banquets. 05 tf
NEW TONTINE HOTEL
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Under the management of George 1
White, formerly of the firm of Heuulelu
Restaurant opes from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.
Special attention given to Banquets and
Private Parties. au30 U
Carpet Cleaning Works.
No. 106 Court Street.
Carpels cuheu lor uuil delivered.
Carpets cleaned ana laid, also made oven
In fact, everything done In the Curpet line.
All work satisfactorily and promptly
done. Telephone call 1314-2. Give us a call
my 19 WM. F. KNAPP & CO.
Carpets, Rugs. Mattings,
Linoleums, Oil Cloth,
Upholstery Goods, Curtains,
Draperies, Wall Papers, eta
to supply nothinsr but the best
lay them in a thorough and
ELIZABETH HALL MALLON.
Elizabeth Hall, widow of the late
Charles R. Mallon, who was well known
as a musician In this city, died at her
home, 921 Grand avenue, yesterday
morning. The funeral -Will take place
to-morrow morning from. St Patrick's
MART TODD- HALL.
' Mrs. Mary Todd Hall, mother of Mrs.
Ransom Baldwin, died at the home of
her son-in-law In Merlden on Monday,
morning, aged nearly ninety-three"
years. Mrs. Hall was the daughter of
Thelus Todd of Northford, a soldier In
the Revolutionary war. Her father
was drafted when a lad of sixteen years
of age and was sent to Fort Griewold,
New London, where he waa taken sick
and sent home on a furlough just be
fore Benedict Arnold made his famous
raid. Mrs. Hall lived the greater part
of her life in Walllngford. There were
four children born to hen Benjamin
Hall, postmaster at East Walllngford;
Gloson Hall of New Haven, Mrs. Ran
som Baldwin of Meriden and Elbert
Hall, ormerly of Meriden, now of, Pen
MRS.. KATHERINE K. C. LUNT.
Mrs. Katherine Knights Cook, widow
of the late George W. Lunt, died yes
terday morning at the residence Of her
daughter, Mrs. James M. Torbet, 462
Elm street. The funeral services will
be held to-morrow morning at eleven
o'clock. Mrs. Lunt will be interred at
MRS. REBINAH A. WHITE.
Mrs. Rebinah A. White, aged sixty-
five, wife of Amos G. White of Meriden,
died suddenly of heart trouble yester
day. She was a native of that city.
She was a member of the First Congre
gational church and a most estimable
woman. Besides her husband, she
leaves a daughter, Mrs. W. H. Stan
nis, jr., and a son, Charles C. White of
Bridgeport The deceased lady was
personally known and esteemed by
friends in this city.
Nov. 16. The regular weekly meeting
qf Wepowaug lodge. No. 14, I. O. O. F.,
occurs on Wednesday evening.
Noah J. Wheeler and Miss May Sim
mons were married recently. They
have made their home with Mr. Wil
Mr. and Mrs. Anson T. Downs and
daughter. Miss Bazina, returned to
New York city today for the winter.
Mrs. Edwin P. Smith is visiting rela
tives in New York city.
sMiss Caroline N. Hankey of New
York city is vlsitig (Mr. and Mrs. Henry
G. Thompson at Morningside. ,
Sociable at Plymouth church this eve
ning. Good music, both vocal and In
strumental, and a fine supper will be
Harold O. Smith is taking a course of
shorthand at the school of Joseph E.
Piatt in New Haven.
The First church has done well In
securing Ralph Bingham. Everyone
pronounced him the best last year, and
are saying they would not miss hear
ing him this year. A large audience is
expected. The date is November 20.
Tickets for adults, thirty-five cents;
children, twenty-five cents.
The meeting of the Tuesday after
noon club was a very successful one In
spite of the wet weather. Mrs. Flor
ence Howe Hall was present and g-ave
a very fine lecture on "Social Usages."
A meeting of the 6tate society of
Good Templars was held in the First
church last evening. Quite a large
number attended. A number of new
names were added to the list in town.
Mrs. W. S. Putney is spending a few
days in Yonkers, N. Y.
DAUGHTERS OF SCOTIA
Sociable and Presentation to Miss M.
Victoria lodge, No. 1, Daughters of
Scotia, had a rousing meeting last
night. There was a large turn out of
the members, and one new member was
initiated Into the mysteries of the craft.
At the conclusion of the business the
chief introduced the chaplain of the
lodge, Mrs. John Henderson, who had
been deputed to make a presentation
on behalf of the members to Miss Mary
C. Davidson, the energetic land pains
taking secretary of the lodge. Mrs.
Henderson, in making the presentation
referred in glowing terms to the work
that had been accomplished by 'Miss
Davidson since the society's organiza
tion, and said thta not a little of the
order's great success was to be attrib
uted to the interest and manner in
which she has performed the duties of
her office. She concluded by present
ing Mies Davidson, on behalf of the
members, with a very handsome and
beautiful solid silver dressing case.
Miss Davidson feelingly replied. After
the presentation a social hour was
spent and refreshments partaken of.
NEW I. O. O. F. BUILDING.
Bridgewater, Mass., Nov. 16. Pioneer
lodge. No. 183, I. O. O. F., dedicated
their new building here this evening.
The dedication ceremony was per
formed by the full board of grand offi
cers in the presence of a large number
of invited guests, Including all the past
deputies, the present deputy and his
suite from Taunton also the noble
grands and vice grands of all the lodges
within a radius of ten miles.
The building is a three-story struc
ture of wood and Its furnishings are of
the latest pattern.
The dedication exercises were begun
soon after 8 o'clock. Addresses were
made by Grand Master John Corkhill
and others of the grand lodge. Louis
A. Cook, past grand master of Wey
mouth was the principal speaker.
After the exercises a banquet was
6erved and speech-making was contin
ued. KILLED BY FOOTBALL.
While Imitating Bigger Boys.
Pittsburg, Pa, Nov. 16. -Francis
Blair, seven years old, son of Lemuel
Blair, foreman of the Pennsylvania
railroad at Penn station, Westmore
land county, died last night Saturday
a week ago young Blair and some com
panions found a football and started
to play a make-believe game. They
had seen football played by their eld
ers and were trying to go through the
Young Blair seized the ball, and
while running with it, was tackled and
brought down. Then Ave or six older
boys jumped on him. He was seri
ously bruised and Internally hurt, and
on Thursday last was given up by the
doctors. This is the third death from
football in this section ihis season.
on view today.
Some of her particularly famed
products are :
WILD PLUM JELLY (for game) .35
Spiced currants 65
peaches in brandy, . . . .1.40
Chili sauce 38
martineau pickles, ... . .85
Mrs. McCreadv's soods taste
as though prepared in your own kitchen
only better I There's not an lota of "store
flavor" lingering about anything she puts
770 Chapel Street.
BISHOP COADJUTOR DINED
(Continued from First Page.)
Walllngford; Rutherford Trowbridge,
Trinity, New Haven; John D. Tucker,
Christ, Hartford; George H. Tuttle,
Trinity, New Haven; Louis N. Van
Keuren, Christ, Bridgeport; Howard C.
Vibbert, Trinity, New Haven; Tracy B.
Warren, St. John's, Bridgeport; Thomas
L Watson, St. John's, Bridgeport; Nel
son J. Welton, St John's, Waterbury;
Horace S. Wilmot, St John's, Bridge
port; a, Livingston Wells, Trinity,
Southport; Alfred N. Wheeler, Trinity,
New Haven; Frank W. Wright, St.
John's, New Haven; A M. Young, Trin
ity, Waterbury; Gardner Greene, Nor
wich; W. H. Hotchkiss, New Haven;
H. B. Harrison, New Haven; Edward
W. Harral, Fairfield; F. J. Kingsbury,
jr., Fairfield; J. B. Barnes, East Berlin;
C. F. Merslck, New Haven.
Miss Alice Curran's bicycle was In
the shed back of Curran's block where
the Are was Monday evening, and al
though the wheel was not cremated It
was practically ruined.
The names of Samuel Hodgkinson,
D. W. Burke, Charles Hill and C. F.
Wooding are among those favorably
mentioned for burgesses on the repub
lican ticket On the democratio ticket
the names for burgesses said to be
slated are G. W Backes, P. H. Darri
gan and William Luby, jr., and for
water commissioner, M. O'Callahan is
said to be the choice.
The Walllngford polo team needs
some overhauling before it can get Into
the front ranks of yie league teams.
George Gardner was about the only
man on the local team that played polo
Monday evening, and had the rest of
the team done as well the score would
have been different
Saturday the annual borough, election
will be held and thus far there seems
to be no great interest in the coming
The name of J. W. Fitzgerald is
among those mentioned for the position
of warden on the democratic ticket.
Gorton's New. Orleans minstrels are
billed for the opera housa Saturday
During the polo game Monday even
ing a portion of the railing around the
surface gave way and a half dozen of
the spectators were sent headlong on
to' the floor with several of the players.
The accident caused much sport, but no
one was injured. ,
The bowling league season opens up
here this evening with the New Ha
vens and Ramblers teams.
McCormack Steam Heating company
has been awarded the contraot to lay
the new water main on Ivy street at
25 cents a foot
The Walllngford polo team will play
In Waterbury this evening.
The Ramblers basket ball team will
play Co. E's team of New Haven here
on December 4. .
The Hubbard hose team and the St
Patrick's T. A. B. team of New Ha
ven will play basket ball in the armory
this evening. Game called at 8:3ft.
The silversmiths at R. Wallace &
Sons are working eleven hours a day.
The High schol football team will
play the Union Athletic eleven of Mld
dletown here on Thanksgiving day.
The new gray uniforms for the polo
team arrived here yesterday.
THE HOME FOR THE FRIENDLESS
The Annual Donation Day Occurs To.
The annual donation visit of the
Home for the Friendless will take place
to-morrow (Thursday). At that time
the new building, the Mary Ward house,
will be open to visitors after 10 o'clock
Donations of money and household
articles are earnestly solicited, and the
following list will show what is espe
cially needed: Crumb trays and brush
es, roller for towels, match safes, foot
tubs, flour sieve, stove brushes, knife
box, soup ladles, table spoons, wring
ers, clothes horses, flat dust brush, door
mat, clothespins, rugs, white spreads
and blankets for single beds, bureau
covers, black and white thread, 20 to 80
small napkins, rubber sheets.
Articles may be left at the house of
Mrs. Henry T. Blake, No. 361 Temple
If the Baby la Cuttiuar Teeth.
Be sore and use that old and well tried rem.
edy, Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup, for
cniiareu leeimug. it sootnes me enna,
softens the gums, allays all pain, cures
wind colic, and is the best remedy for diar-
rnoea. x weniy-nve cenis a Dottle,
dll MWF&w ly
LOANS VARYING FROM $50 to $2,000,
ON FIRST MORTGAGE AT SIX PER
R. E. BALDWIN,
AfcB Kg .CHAPEL gTEEHTj,
StTN Kisita, d:43 I Moon Kism, 1 HlOH VVatuu
SuNSm'S. t:"L ll-.&l 8:55
LUNT Mrs. Cutharlno Knlnlita Cook, wid
ow of tlie lute Geo. W. Lunt, passed awuy
on tlio liltb Inst, at the rtraliUinve of her
daughter, Mrs, J. M. Xoruert, j2 Elm
Fmierul services Thursday at 11 a. m.
Krlwuin of the family are Invited to at
tend. Interment at Now Britain.
M Alii N ifi LIST.
PORT OF NEW HAVEN.
Sch Pilot, Anderson, N. Y. i ; . .
Sch R. P. Hart, Dodge, N. Y. ;
Sch Atlas, Moore, N. Y. ,
Sch Henry Cluy, Hyde, Kingston.
Sch Mary Ann, Phillips, .
IMMEDIATELY, 10 power Sewing Ma
chines, Willi complete Table, Shafting,
Transmitters, etc.; also electric motor;
also, 80 ft by 8 ft Cutting Table, in two
sections (a dandy). WALTER A. CLARK,
nlT It 406 State street
Finest IPisla DF'ox
Striped Bass, Sea Bass, Red Snappers,
Smelt, Blue Fish, etc.
LIVE LOBSTERS. '
Oystors, Scollops, Clams.
Orders called for. Goods delivered.
Telephone 704-2. Address,
402 STATE STREET.
EVERY DAY 2 P. I.
Delicious Parker House Rolls.
NEW NUTS, ALL KINDS.
First arrival of the celebrated
Maple Grove Farm Sausage.
ANSONIA DOUGHNUTS, Tuesdays and
E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st
The Selectmen and Town Clerk of the
Town of New Haven will be in session at
Rooms . 10 and 11. City HalL in said Town
of New Haven, on Friday, Monday, Tues
day, Wednesday and Friday, the loth, 22d,
23d, 24th and 20th days of November, 1807,
until 8 o'clock in the evening, for the pur
pose of examining the qualifications of
those who desire to take the Elector's Oath,
and admitting tnose who shall be found
The Selectmen and Town Clerk will also
be in session at the above named place on
MnnHnir Tlummlu. Ah 1QQ7 Ka An..
fore eleotlon, from 9 o'clock in the forenoon
until 5 o'clock in the afternoon, for the pur
pose 01 admitting to tne Electors Oath
such persons only whose names may have
been on the first registry list under the
title "To Be Made" and whose qualifica
tions shall have matured since the last pre
New Haven, conn., November 18th, 1897.
ROBERT H. BALDWIN,
LUZERNE LUDINGTON, '
1 1 JOSEPH a KBLLY,
.I THEODORE H. SUOHER,
JOSEPH B. CUNNINGHAM.
" THOMAS I. KINNEY, ,
FREDERICK H. BRETHAUER,
Pl7 3t Town Clerk.
The Town ReelBtrars will hold a mooting
for the purpose of perfecting the list of
electors and also list of those "to be made,"
on Wednesday, November 17th, 1897, from
9:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m., at' the following
jist wara n-ononrs conj omce, No. Ill
2d ward Barber shop, No. 2 Sylvan ave-
3d Ward Baroer shop, No. 221 Congress
4th Ward John W. Plumb's elmu atnra
No. 279 Water street F
5th Ward A. G. Snail's house. No. ins
GUi Ward No. 80 Greene street
7th Ward John Hickev'a store. No. 17a
8th Ward Tailor shop, No. 852 State St.
8th Ward J. T. Bennam's feed store. No.
10th Ward Bell's shoe store, No. 298 Elm
11th Ward Johnson's erocerv Rf-nm. w
86 Ferry street.
ism warn uarDer snop, no. zes Grand
13th Ward Fred Roath's store, Main st.
14th Ward Gcoree A. Llnslnv'a hnnoo
No. 373 Center street.
IRth Ward Ed. Lovsey's waiting room,
FRANCIS S. HAMILTON,
v JOHN P. CARNEY,
n!2 St General Registrars.
Good tralldlntr lot central: 1uat rich tnr
a business block.
on Edgar, White, Spring, Winter, Stevens,
Pearl streets; Congress, Hallock, Sylvan
and Shelton avenues.
Money to loan on city real estate.
CHAS. D. NICOLL A Co..
No. 82 CHCRCH STREET, rooms 14 and 15
upen Monaay ana aamraay mveninga.
I For Sale, Ml
Two beautiful Houses on Oranea street.
corner Cottage, Nos. 712 and 718. 12 rooms
each. Steam heat, finished in hard wood;
with all modern conveniences. This Is the
most desirable section of the city. Price
reasonable; terms to suit. Inquire of
n6 JOHN E. HEALY, Poll Building.
is often helpful, but how
can you fix a table made for
six persons so it will ac
commodate twelve ?
Our advice: Fix it with
a new one, which we will
sell you from $4.50 to
Chairs to match were
never so cheap or so good
,1 CASH OR CREDIT.
BROWN & DURHAM,
Orange and Center streets
FRONT office; good light; steam heat
821 tt THE UEOllUB H. FORD CO.
TWO very desirable rooms at
nia nm es iAiiia rijAijiu.
FOB RENT, ,
SIX room houso, 807 Washington street!
nl3 7t 89 Church street.
NICE suite of rooms, with first-class board;
nne location; wirn private nuniiy.
nl8 7t Address P. O. BOX 452.
THE upper flat, No. 1 Lake Place. Inquire
at iiuuaj iza wmaxiIiMX a via.
CENTRAL flats, all modern Improvements;
uneiy uocorateci; nrst aat, nine rooms;
second flat, eleven rooms.
nl5 tf 118T OHAPEL ST.
NO. 100 HOWE street, dwelling, 10 rooms,
all modorn Improvements; price $35.00.
Apply DR. A. B. SMITH,
nl5 St 94 Howe street.
PROPERTY for storage or light manufac
turing purposes, at 137 High street.
Also a barn on the premises for rent.
au81 tf THOS. PHILLIPS & SON.
UPPER and lower; healthiest section,
choicest neighborhood; six rooms, bath,
toilet, range, boiler, stone tubs, gas, hard
wood finish, elegantly papered; entrances,
verandas and cellars separate; good
school. Apply 303 FERRY STREET.
(Take State st car to Ferry.) n8 tf
Central Investment properties. Improved
Slrst-class residences and lots,
cslrable two-family dwellings.
MONEY TO LOAN.
G. W. OSBORN.
BOOM 29, BENEDICT BUILDING,
82 CHURCH STREET.
A NEW TWO-FAMILY HOUSE ON
SHEFFIELD AVENUE, ALL IMPROVE
Money to Loan at 5 per cent
GEORGE F. NEW CO MB,
Room 822. Eichange Bulld'g, 121 Church at
In desirable location for rent; small se
lect family only. Board of owner equiva
lent for rent Enquire of -.
GEORGE A. IS BELL,
708 Chapel street. 10 to 12 a. m.'
IT HAS COME I
GREAT boom In Westvllle real estate.
Many new houses to be erected.
Beauty of location and rapid transit the
Competing electric lines place residents
within fifteen minutes of city's center.
Desirable lots for sale.
. Jal8 tf 122 Fonntaln street, WestvlUe.
THE STORE No. 486 STATB . STREET,
Rent $50.00 per month.
T,ASOoSJ.AI'E IN THB REAR, 14 Stalls.
Rent $25.00 per month.
Apply to .
BENJ. R. ENGLISH,
P6 12t 132 ORANGE STREET?.
For Kent in West Hayen.
House of seven rooms, with small barn.
$15. Also, rent of five rooms at $14. Both
central and desirable, with hot and cold
water, bath, cemented cellar, etc.
FREDKIQUE R. LEWIS
82 Center street, ;West Haven.
$100,000, in Sums to Suit
HENRY A. PALLMAN,
116 Church Street,
Booms 9 and 19.
BIX HOUSES ON ORANGE) STREET,
iWlll be sold on very easy terr-.i,
Merwiifs Real Estate Office,
746 OHAPEL STREET.
For Sale or Rent,
The one-family house. No. 486 Rim ntroof
(corner Garden street,) J.1 rooms; all mod
ern improvements, Including steam heat.
j-" i. " w. .in, i ui i 1 1 1. ul kkfi jo uj. partic
ulars in regard to sale,
CJuLUlLES H. WEBB,
850 Chapel Street
Open Monday until 8 p. m.
Two-family house, recently
built, Lake Place.
JOHN C PUNDERFORD,
llfl CHURCH STREET.
Cheao. Bulldlnsr Lots on Harriet stnw
small amount down, and monthly payments.
uooa waewaiK ana cny water.
Remarkably healthy location, near trailer
W. D. JUDSON,
028 868 Chapel street
No. 42 Lafayette street, a one
family brick house, all im
provements, in fine condition.
A bargain ; owner leaving the
Money to Loan In sums to euIC
L. G. H0ADLEY,
ROOM: 3. HOADLET BUILDING. 40
CHURCH STREET. 5
OiUce Open Evening!. !
One Cent a Word each Insertion, Aft
cents a "Word for a full Week, neve a
A SITUATION to do general housework J
K"iu rciurouue. inquire at
"17 lt 282 BAST ST.
YOUNG man, nineteen, graduate High
soliool, wishes position as stenographer,
typewriter or assistant bookkeeper; salaxji
n!7 lt 448 WASHINGTON ST.
SITUATION! to do housework. Call at
"17 lt 82 YORK ST.
COMPETENT housework Ki'rl; colored pre
. ferred. nlT 2t 12S COURT ST. '
PROTESTANT olrl for seoond workshort
distance from oity; good wages.
n!7 2t MRS. RABB. 126 Court street
SITUATION by a woman to do general
housework. n!7 lt 18 YORK ST.
BY a young girl, situation for general
housework ; city reference. Inquire at
" xa wiiijisniw or.
SITUATION by middle aged lady as house.
keeper for widower.
. "iO 2t 7 EDWARDS ST.
A COMPETENT waitress. Call at
v x 101 GBOVH ST.,
Plo 7f between twelve and one o'clock
BEST Swedish and German servants are all
secured here. Employment Agehoy,
-Ja9 tf 775 OHAPEL ST.
FOR SALE, ;
75 YARDS finest Moquette Carpetl prlcel
very low. Inquire at office
Dl8 3t g. M. BROWN Sc OO.
E. L BASSETT,
42 Church st.
MRS. B. COHEN
IS now ready to deal In Ladies and Gentle,
men's cast-off Clothing, Carpets, etc. AJ
postal card directed to 697 GRAND AVE,
will receive prompt attention n2 14t
TIJPfpOl qualities, bare bottom' prices.
Sell everything, from a 19 cent Oil Taa
to a $3.30 Squirrel, lined heavy Reindeer.
Mittens, too. We give trading coupons.
P13 IS 17 LINSLEx & IJGHTBOUBN.
NEW style with guage plate. Out straw,
hay, stalks, etc. A balance weight car.
riee the knife lever up and 'helps push UI
down. Price $3.50. Big thing. .
,o.,- UNSLBT & LIGHTBOURN.
nISIB 17 Hard wara Husthws.
JF therre OUR strips and our know-how!
, puw eia on, pe money in your
pocket and cold out of your house.: two
cents a foot and higher.
,,,,. IilNSLHY Sc LIGHTBOURN,
n!3 15 17 88 and 89 Broadway.
IF milkmen want to test tho cheapest sup
ply depot, let them get our bottle prices
on gross lots. See our new patent Metal
Bottle Rack, 12 and' 16 bottle sixes.
P131517 LIN3LBY A LIGHTBOURN.
KKIS1S UltATlS. ITREE.
A HANDSOME hard rubber pocket match'
safe given with every pair of Gloves
bought from our mammoth assortments
LINSLBY & LIGHTBOURN.
Open evenings. nlG 17
HORSE,' harness and carriage. Carriage
ciuu&eui xmue inane, in nice snape:
sold for want of use. Call on
' . . CURRIB & WILCOX,
n!5 7t 881 Temple street.
FOR SALE. '!..,'.
PIANO. Private gentleman sell at once
ma superD grana upngnt piano, equal to
new; brilliant tone; fully guaranteed by
maker; cost $850.00, accept $185.00; with
stool and cover. Call SMBDLBY BROS.
& OO. Storage Warehouse, 178 Brewery,
street nl6 7t
THE BEST HELP FURNISHED
for city or country. Housework girls, cooks,
ffoiuKiw, secuuu gins, era. .
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FOR SALES, '
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AND MATHEMATICS. F. R. HONEY.
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"Editor New Haven Journal and Courier.'
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