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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 18:9.
Ladies' Muslin S Underwear. k m Uur assortment is now comolete dt g Lace trimmed and Embroid ered Sets a speciality with us. You can also find here Reliable S T T f underwear in plain goods at reasonable prices. ?uk- & A Special ; showing this week of both medium and heavy goods. For ie g Infant Wears S Everything desired for In fants' and small Children's Wardrobe can be found 4n this department. - Special Sale for One Week. No Wood, All Metal. The most Sanitary Bed in use is the Brass or Iron Bed with the all metal spring. Our "Fall Stock" of All Brass or White and Brass Bedsteads is now com plete and are without exception the finest ever on sale in the city. 100 to 106 ORANGE-- ST.V& fefcfopi j!jjjr - , . -fj i nPTMTAT. mm.Q i A Splendid I H. B. PERRY, 914 g Coming Home from the UJUJN 1 KY, SEASHORE MOUNTAINS, You will want some COFFEE better than you have been having. We know that a trial will convince you that we sell The Finest Java and Mocha Coffee in the City, for... 35 1 n Our BRAZILIAN JAVA is sel dom equalled, never surpassed, for a8 cents a pound. All Coffees fresh roasted and ground to order. You'll pay more and not get as good. 3obn$en $ BrotDer, 411 and 413 State Street, Telephone 259-3. 6 We are headquarters for Fine Native Peaches, Bartlett Pears, Milford Plums, Grapes, Apples and Melons. Vegetables. Tomatoes, Corn, Lima Beans, Beets, Lettuce, Turnips, Onions, Celery, Cucumbers, Squash, Sweet and White Potatoes. Spices. We handle Bennett & Simpson's. This is a guar antee of purity and strength N. 1 FULLEHT0H, PrjjirMjr, Leading Grocer. 826 Chapel Street Telephone 041. ro wo Way s JL OP GETTING GLASSES. One CONSULT AN OCULIST, who alone can determine the cause of your falling eyesight, and let him prescribe the remedy, be It' EYEGLASSES MEDICINE, or REST. Having the prescription, let It be pre pared by a reliable Optician or Druggist, as the case may be. Or, you can go to a merchant who sells Spectacles as he sells pins; get a pair of Glasses which do not fit (al though for the moment you may see more distinctly,) and run the risk of ruining your eyes. Both our Optical Department AND Drug Department are well equipped to supply promptly what Is required. . L WASHBURN & CO. 84 Church and 61 Center Street;. I Assortment I Chape Street. BOH Grace THE NATIONAL TYPOTHETAE (Continued from First Page.) helmer, Robert Honeby, G. It, Swart, M. Gaily. Pittsburg H. P. Pears, "W. W. Kerr, Theophllus Sproull. Baltimore Nathan Blllstein, John B. Kurtz, William P. Jones, Cilnton Sum mors, C. G. Boms, N. J. Kohn, Simon DulRhoimer, John M. Dulany, John S Bridges. Buffalo Charles A. AVcnburn, Frank AV. Heath, C. F. Kingsley, A. B. Floyd, O. Relntcke, H. Spendelow, AV. II. Bark, George E. Matthews, Herman T. Koe ner, J. C. Adams, J. S. Wilson, A. F. Brown, James Bner, R. L, Cox, H. C. Crewe. Boston Louis Barta, James Berwick, H. O. Houghton, Frederick Mills, Thom as P. Nichols, H. T. Rockwell, Henry AV. Sawyer, E. B. Stillreys, Thomas Todd, Samuel Usher, William Walker, H. C. AVhitcomb, Louis A. AVyman, AV. E. Murdock, AVIIliam A, Carrie, Joseph W. Phenney, George AV. Simonds, J. S. Cushing, George II. Ellis. Chicago AV. P. Dunn, J. E. Donnelly, IT. W. Thornton, W. H. French, George E. Colt, Fred Bernard, L. J. Corbltt, AV. T. Hall, A. T. Hodp, John Malder, George H. Benedict, F. M. Morris, T. T. Williams, J. II. Goesser, William Part ridge, F. Juergen, M. Mosher, J. H. Behrens, J. L. Regan. AVorcester G. G. Davis, Oliver B. Wood, C. R. St'obbs. AVinnepeg Augustus B. Stone, C. D. Storel. Rhode Island Joseph W. Freeman, E. L. Freeman, B. F. Brlggs, C. C. Gray, J. AAr. Little, E. G. Johnson, J. E. C. Farnham, D. II. Whittemore, O. A. Carloton, W. S. Southwlck. Richmond E. H. Ferguson, R. C. Williams, AAr. E. Jones, R. Whillet, E. Waddey. Rochester E. It. Andrews, A. J. Wey man, R. M. Swinburne, Ernest Hart, J. B. Palmer, E. J. Bosworth, C. W. Vre denburg. . Springfield Mass. C. D. Barrett, F. A. Bnssott, A. r. Lantry, Holyoke J. E. Griffith. St. Louis W. II. Woodward, Edwin Freegard, John Berunel, C. Schraubs tadter, H. A. Pawley, E. S. Hart. St. Paul C. H. Ilarnlck, Michael Treaey. Toronto J. P. Johnson, E. J. Hatha way, Mayor Horn, Frederick Diner, E. E. Shepard, John Murray, R. L. Patter son. Cincinnati AA'. B. Carpenter, A. Mc Donald, George Armstrong.AV. A. Webb, A. H. Pugh, George C. James, Allen Collier, F. J, Diem. Cleveland C. O. Rassett, H. W. Win chell, W. S. Judson, L. II. Prescotf. Denver AA'. B. Brooks. Indianapolis L. H. Levey, W. B. Bur ford, S. Murray. KanRas City Cusll Lechtman, Frank lin Hudson. F. S. Crabbs, AV, J. Ber kowitz, C. E. Brown. Ontario, London A. Talbat, S. M. Reld. Memphis C. S. Toof. Milwaukee N. L. Burdick, J. W. Campsie, J. Tanlst, E. Bulfln, H. C. Miller, E. A. Boner. Minneapolis L. Kimball, T. E. Cou tey, C. F. Hatch. Philadelphia AV. J. Dnran, J. M. Rog ers, 0. AV. Edwards, J. W. Wallace. PHILIPPINE ABORIGINES. The Negritos are the aborigines of the Philippines. Before the coming of the Malays,, they prohably occupied all this island group, and many of the nu merous Islands which He In the Pacific to the southward. Some of them are found to-day in the peninsula of Mal acca and the Andaman Islands. In Java they have recently died out. It is likely that some of them still exist in forests of Borneo and In the Interior of other large Islands. Half-breed Negri tog are found from India to New Guinea. Here the Negritos have nmal gamated with the savage tribes of Hin dustan; there, with the Negro-like Tap uans of Malaysia. But everywhere the pure rnc6 is dying out. AVar, bitter and unrelenting, seems to have existed for centuries between them and the In vading Malays. The latter have proved the stronger; the Negritos have per Ished, or been driven to the depths of the forests and the fastnesses of the mountains; and most of the land which once knew them knows them no more A policy of extermination has pre vailed; and few of thlB once numerous rare survive. What can be said of them as Individ uals? They have no claims to notice. They are a race of dwarfs, the smallest people on the face of the earth. I In tend this statement to include the pig mies of Africa. And mentally they are the lowest, or one of the lowest, of the human races, stupid in mind, degrading n condition, forest wanderers, scarcely more settled than the apes; "man-apes' they are called in parts of India. But, If deficient mentally, the Negri tos are largely endowed physically. They can run like deer and climb like monkeys. In fact, they approximate to the monkeys in one respect, since they have great powers of movement and of grasping in the great toe, being able to pick up minute objects with their feet. When on board ship they are as nimble as monkeys, and can descend the rig ging head foremost, holding on by the toes alone. Some Negritos are employed as servant's by the Filipinos. Most of them, however, dwell In their forest re treats, where they live mainly by hunt- ng; though they also eat the wild fruits of the forest, the roots of the arum, the honey of the wild bees, and other woodland products. Their weapons are simple but effective. They consist of a bamboo lance, a bow of palmwooil, and quiver of poisoned arrows. It is an in teresting fact that the art of poisoning arrows la common to the pigmy races, wherever found. The African dwarfs use arrows, a puncture from which is fatnl. The Npcrrltns have annttirr way of getting foot not agreeable to the na tives of the open country. They will swoop down upon the valley, steal cov ertly round a herd of browsing cattle, and drive them off to their strongholds in tha hills. The Negritos or Aetes, as the Span lards call them live in the simplest and most primitive fashion. They wander to and fro, about fifty families in a group, obtaining shelter from a few ploplng poles covered with leaves. Sometimes they build rude huts raised on bamboo poles, in the Malay fashion. They have a pretence of farming, scratching the ground with a stick and throwing in a handful of seed; but they seldom remain in one place long enough to gather their slender crop. Ramon Reyes Lala In the Forum, MorcTlmn Ilnlfn Million Dollars Puiil. New York, Stpt. 12; Up to July 1 of the current year the Mutuul Life Insur ance company of New York has return ed to its members $300,870,737, or over half a billion of dollars, and its accu mulated assets on that date were $288,- 536,471. This shows that the company has practically paid out as much money to the Insuring public as any other two companies of like character, and that by holding a larger amount in assets than any other company It is beyond question the largest and strongest in stitution of Its kind in the world. ONE nALF TIUt TROUBLE in your work of brightening up your furniture la In tlie use of poor paints. I'se our nuro prewired pnlnts and your troubles are ended while your lubor will be rewarded with a handsome and lasting finish. Put up In all sized packages. Us easy to buy Just what you want no more and the price 1 easy to pay. THOMPSON & BEL- DE.. MiU-oW ana 412 Statu St., IS. rtlea. Chenango & Sus. A"al. R.R. Stock Dividends 0 per cent, guaranteed by D., L & n. 11. n. Northern R. R. of New Jersey stock. Dividends 4 per cent, guaranteed by Erie H. u. l o. , New Haven Street Ry .1 per cent, bonds. N. II. & W. H. & Winchester Ave. 5 per cent. Honiis. Norwalk Tramway Co.'s 5 percent, bonds Int. silver lo. s o per cent, bonds. For sale by The Chas. W. Scranton Co. INVESTMENT BROKERS, 103 Orange Street. Special Sale of Couches for 0.16 Week to Rsiuce Stock. Every couch we sell we guar antee to be made well and to Avear welL For this sale all couches ranging in price from $10 to $15.00 we will sell at $9.1)8. All couches ranging from $15.00 to $25.00 at $14.98. Our Terms for this sale : BROWN & DURHAM, Complete House Furnishers, 74 and 76 Orange Street cor. Center. AUBURN, WEBEH, MILRURN and OLDS, FARM WAGONS. TRUCKS, DELIVERY WAGONS, anil RUBBER TIKE RUNABOUTS. All at old prices. . One and Two Horse Dump Carts. HARNESS MANUFACTURERS ana JOB. BEKS. SMEDLEY BROS. S CO.. 171-177 Brewery dtreat. It pays to buy the best. T HIS WEATHER, when everythingr seems wrong and it's hard to be suited, the i Favorita KEY WEST CfGARS continue to please and gain new friends TRY THEM A DOZEN SIZES ALWAYS ON HAND. Waffons,Wapns GSLBERT & THOMPSON, 918 CHAPEL STREET. Telephone 633 RESERVING time. Exercise the same care and forethought in getting good mater ials to preserve with, that you do in selecting sound fruit and flawless jars to place it in. We have WHITE BRANDY that's the proper sort. Whole flixed Spice that's all spice, Green Ginger Root at 12 cts a pound, MINIAI'IIKIC AIMANAO. SEPTEMBER 13. Sun Rises, 5:30 I Moon Sets, Sun Sets, 0:05 I 11:28 High Water, 4:27 District of New Haven, ss., Probate Court, Kontem her 12th. 1HW. ESTATE of JCLIUB LlHjt.'lENH. late of New Haven.. In said District, deceased, The Court of Probute for (tie District of New IJiiveu hutu limited and Appointed bIx mmiiiiH rrom tlie (late uereor ior tlie creji. tors of said deceased to brlns In their elal Mtaliisi . said cstnte. Those who ncdectcd to exhibit their claims within said time will be debarred. All persons Indebted to snlu estato nro re qutneu to nwiue immediate payment to EMMA C. LUgiJlENS, Executrix, sin nt NOTICE TO COHTRACTOltS. MACADAM PAVING, H AMD EN. CONN Sealiwl uronromls will be received by the uu!ier.Hinuti uiiui -i o emeu p. m. vveanesaay, sentemiier m 1SWM. at tlie Selectmen's or- Bee, Ilntiulen, I'onn., for coustniotln; pavement uulr ttie Act of 1KD0 for tlie "In Druveinent of Public Ituaus." 1'iauB una epecmcatluiiN can be seen ana blank forms for proposals cau be obtained at tue omce ot tne engineer, A. u. Jim, no, 82 (Jliureh street. New Haven. Conn. Amount at bond, fifteen hundred dollars. No proposal will be received after toe tlm specified, and the right to reject any or all bias is reserved. HORACE D. JOHNSON, BKRENO T. COOK, l'ARICK NOLAN, sis Gt Selectmen. Notice to Contractors. City Engineer's OIBce, No. 17 City Hall New Haven. Ct.. Sent. 12. 181)!). SEALED PROPOSALS will be received (it uns omee until 11 a. ui.. Kept. Zi. 18U: It'or furnishing the Lehluh Anthracite roal. egg size, required at the Clly Hall previous to June 1st, 1000. Also for mnklne nddltloim to the steam heating plant of City Hall. Blank forms of proposal, and anv Informa tion concerning plans, specifications bonds, etc., will be furnished upon application. No proposal will be received nfter the time specified, mid all proposals not on the blanks furnished or not properly filled out wiii De rejectee.. The right to reject any or all bids reserved. iiy order ot tne Director of Public works. 813. -it C. W. KELLY, l.'lty Knglnoer. "Ji'KSrVIMK SCHOOL 1MSTKICT. The annual meeting of the Wcstvllle School District to elect three mcmfiers of tn Hoora ot naueation, a clerk, collector, treasurer, sexton and two auditors, to lav a district tax for school purposes nnd for street iigntine. ponce, ana protection from nro, anu to oo any otner proper business will bo held nt Masonic Hall. Wpstvllle! Monday, September 18th, 1801). Polls open from S to 8 o'clock p. ni. Business meeting ui a u ttucu, L. W. BEECHEIt, M. E. TKHUKLL, . HURTON DICKERMAN. M. J. POWERS, A. N. KARNHAM, ROBERT T. GRANT, AMOS DICKEItMAN, THOMAS McOLtniE, H. L. HOTCHKISK, Hoard of Education. Westvllle, September 11, 1800. s!3 Ht ARTICLES Ob' ASSOCIATION OF THE New Haven Spring Company. The undersigned ncrnby associate as a lolnt stock corporation, under the Hfnmtn aws of this State, by articles of ntrrenmoni' ARTICLE I. The nnme bv which th point Ion shall be known Is "The New Ha ven Spring Company." ARTICLE II. The purpose for which It la constituted Is to manufacture nnd deal In carriage nnd wapm springs nnd Incidentally to do all ttiinKN necessiiry to nronerlr nr. ry on said business. ARTICLE III. The corporation is to be located In the town and county of New Haven, und State of Connecticut. ARTICLE 1. lhe amount of Its cjinltnl stork Is Three Thousaud Dollars ia mini divided Into Sixty (110) shares of the nar value of Tifty (30) Dollars each. ARTICLE V. Each subscriber of these nr. tides agrees to take the number oi niram, or said capital stock annexed to his mime, eiic!i share to be of the par value of Flfiy dollars and to pay twenty per cent. them. of In cash and forty per cent. In property at the time or snuscrmtion. and the balnnce thereof In Installments, as called for bv the directors. Dated nt New Haven. Connecticut, thla 11th day of September A. !., 18H9. sunscriuers' names. .Miuuier of shares Walter R. Petrlo 20 Edward J. Dargan 20 John Landy i 20 NEW HOUSE For Sale in West Haven. Modern, late Improvements, seven fine rooms and bath, only $3,000. Also house of seven rooms and bath for 92,500. VERY EASV PAYMENTR. ALL CENTRAL AND PLEASANT. FKEUKIQUE It. LEWIS, Mornings at 832 Chapel street, Afternoons at kj center street, west liaren. FOR SALE, A very desirable two-family house, having all the modern improvements, situated on Exchange Street Money to Loan in Su.ns to Suit. L. G. H0ADLEY, ROOM 2, HOADLEY BUILDINO, 48 CHURCH STREET. Office Opes Evenings. COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works, No. 106 Court Strast. Carpets called for and delivered. Camels cleaned and laid, also made oven In fact, everything done in tlie Cnrpet line. &11 worn saiisiucioiiiT ana promptly uuus. 11 eiepnoue call Kii-i. uive 11 a a can. if IV SHU. V, KNAL'P CO. I 381 STATE STREET ianva and 2100ms. FOIi UKNT, PLEASANT rooms with board at 7 tf 180 SHERMAN AVE. FOK UKNt. A LARGE, sunny, front room, furnished, Price reasonable. Gentleman preferred. my23 tf 11) WHITNEY AVENOE, ileiil gstate. KOK IttSNT. VERY (Ice flat of 8 rooms, 707 ELM ST. all tf Enquire 88 LAKE PLACE. t'OK HUNT. EIGHT rooms on second floor, all Improve ments; rone reasonable. . 8 7tp 79 MAPLE ST. FOB KENT. ' 118 FRONT street, near Grand avenue, eight rooms; ror one or two Minnies; $ia. li quire at THIS OFFICE. s7 tf VOR HAhK, ' ON ri.vinotitU St.. extra well built, pleasant ly situated, 1 two Hat bouse. Kuvorable terms to buyer, Apply to RUFUS S. riCKETT, s0 7t 82 Church St FOR RENT. FLAT eight rooms. 180 LAWRENOB ST, between Orange street and Whitney ave nue ; improvements, inquire on preiu- Ises. ap21 :i n Patent Stove Brick fit any stove. dl8 ly FOB RUNT OR SAUfi. A LARflE house with modern Improvements suitable for u private family or family boarding house; location and neighborhood in all respects uesiruoie. Aauress, wuu name, BOX 703, P. O. s ir FLAT FOR RICNT. A NEW eight-room flat on Meadow street. JOHN T. SLOAN, au21eodl0t 828 Cliapel streeet. FOR RENT. FLAT In the Gavington: steam heat, hard wood finish, janitor service; seven rooms ana oatu; all modern conveniences. Appiy to Janitor on nreni ses. Ill IOKK br, 10 to 12, 2 to 5. n26 tf BUILDING LOTS. WHITNEY AVENOE. ST. ItONAN STREET, nnd CANNER STREET. RESIDENT CENTER OF NEW HAVEN. EDWARD M. CLARK, 42 CHURCH STREET. Room 203. Evenings T to 9. For Sale or Rent, A delightful Cottage at Montowese, or Pawson Park, In the town of Branford Conn. The Cottage Is situated In a good first-class situation, and Is a delightful sum aier resort. Enquire of Merwin's Real Estate Offiro, Je30 T46 CHAPEL STREET. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. On STATE STREET, between Court and Elm streets, a large lot suitable for manu facturing purposes, apartment houses, ware house, or large wnoiesaie or retail stores, Terms attractive. G. W. OSBORN, aul9 tf Room w, 82 Church streeet. FREDERIC BROWN WELLS Real Estate Broker, Room 27 Benedict Building, 82 Church Street. Makes a specialty of high grade Invest ment and residence properties, furnishing of tenants, and the collection of rents. References Given.1 I have for rent a first-class dwelllnz on Prosoect ulll: also a very desirable house on Temple street, near Trumbull, aul8 tf For Sale, AT MORRIS COVE, FOUR GOOD BUILDING LOTS. Good shore front. Good beach. Best location at the Cove for cottage. VD. JUDSON, w 868 Cliapel streeet For Sale, TWO SMALL HOUSES, No. 114 Franklin street, Price $2,800. MONTHLY PAYMENTS. CUABLES II. WEBB, 8S0 Chapel Strest. For Sale, VERY DESIRABLE CENTRAL RBSSI riKNCE ON ORANGE STREET. 110.000. Size of lot, 60x200. All modern Improve- in en is. George F. Ifewcomfo, Boom 822, EXCHANGE BUILDING, corner cnapei ana nurcn streets. Rents. Rents. ON WEST CHAPEL, CROWN, PARK, TRUMBULL,, Kij.il, HUWffl and ST JOHN STREETS; EDGEWOOD, HOW ARD and GRAND AVENUES. JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 116 CHUROH STREET. For Sale, THE DWELLING HOUSE No. 246 Dixwell Avenue w. D. JUDSON. mrl2 lew One-Family House, Overlooking the Harbor, All Improvements $33oo One cent a word for each Insertion, five cents a word for a full week, seven times, WANTED. J A SITUATION by an experienced girl aa wn: tress I11 a private family. Goo-f refe" si 3 2tp mjiuic at. 67 NASH ST. WANTIilD. BONERS, 5 needle strip stitchers and steel sti tellers. Steady work. , SXltOUSE, ADLER 4 C0.L - 813 " 60 Court St. ' WASTKI), SITUATION to do jronernl housework In a sma.l private family. Reference If reaulr. ed. Inquire at s!3 ltp 248 HAMILTON ST. WASTED. GIRLS experienced on roller gluing mo. climes j also girls to learn. -, THE 11UNSON & CO. . sl ' 885 Cilnton Ave. WANTED, SITUATION as waitress. Inquire s!2 iiitp 60 WHITE ST.. second floor. . WANTED,. A SWEDISH or Danish girl for general hoiiMework. s!2 3t 1 30 C O TT A hi St. - WANTMD. GOOD girls, all nationalities, for best situ- 1'" 126 Court street. - WANTED. DI?.lyjNG iorse' ln exchange for plana - f9 7t 17 CENTER ST. WANTED. PUPILS In oblna painting; number limited. Terms moderute. For further particulars. uicaa Ml U., XillS Office. WAN 1 :. BEST Swedish and German servant, ura all secured liere. Employment Agency au4 tf N. BLEEMAN. 775 Chanel A WANTED. for any kind of BEST help work can aU Tts, , , ue" wnn our long e teblished and lurgest business In nhe State. ne cau guarantee satisfaction. We hava more and better help than can be fouml elsewhere. We know, and have discarded, most all the useless class ; everybody knows that this Is the most reliable placa In the State N SI.rhmiv iA gePcy, 7711 CHAPEL ST. ' . yi2 tf -WANTED-Case of bad health that R-I-P. a-n-s will not benefit. Send 6 cents to Rlpnns Cliemleal Co., New York, for W siniples and 1,000 testimonials. IviS tf BIBS. S. A. iliADWiN'S Einploymeut Agency. 102 ORANGE STREET, Bowdltch Bulldlna. room 8. HeadonartprH for tha i.af t.,?7 tlons; 10 years' experience. Coachmen farm hands, porters, girls for general housework-., waitresses, etc. eiprmnim Hivoioa m.i others needing situations should apply, and those requiring superior help can be fnr nlshed at the above office. German end EnJ gllsh spoken, . jyg It. B. MALIiOKY. AUCTIONEER and Appraiser. 141 Orange. Household sales a speclulty. Jy3 tr Patent Stove Brick lasts longest. d!3 31y A CAU1C1AOE ApWATS ready to attend depot calls; ilsa carriage ana careiui ariver always lonna at the depot. GALWEY'S, 608 State it. Telephone number, 853-3. fl ID Patent Stove Brick Bake Best dr tf TYPJfiWRlt'EJSS.' NEW and second-hand, at su tr n. tr. jvuu vu. Patent Stove Brick are Cheapest. dT te KOtt SALE. A LIGTH manufacturing business; (mail cfipltKl required, Good reason for selling. Address MANUFACTURER, s9 7tp New Haven P. O. FOR SALE 1,000 set Patent Stove Brick; every set warranted one year. Orders re ceived 763 State street d7 ly LOST. SEPTEMBER 5th, on York street, Broad way, Lake Place, or Asbmun street, small gold cross. Reward if returned, Bl2 2tp 324 YORK ST. CLAIRVOYANT. MARY 3. WRIGHT, M. D.-Home 27 HlgH street, near Crown. Consultation on Med ical, Personal, and Business matters, $1.00. Doctor treats all chraolc diseases with of without medicine. Hours; 0 to 12 m.; 1 to 5 p. in., and evenings. Sundays, 10 to 1. Class, Fridays 8 p. m. . . SANITARY PLUMBING. And House Drainage a Specialty. THOMAS b MEAGHEK. Successor to The Robert Morgan Plumbln Co., 30 CENTER STREET, White's Block! dealer ln Gas Fixtures. Burners, Globes, etc.; Gna Fitting, Steam and Hot Water Heating, ustimajtes given. MDeclal care la testing by a pressure apparatus the sanl tnrv condition of the trans and m,ln.A system of buildings by smoke or ueuuermlng unuer pressure, ut a uuiuium wat. hu phone call 207-12. Jyl ly District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, .September 9. 1800. ESTATE of OLIVE J. FORD, late of Ham den, in said District, deceased. , Albert Goodyear of llamden having mada written anDllcatlon praying that adminis tration of said estate may be granted, as by said application on file in this Court mord fully appears, it Is ORDERED That Said annllcatlon ba , heard and determined at a Court of Probata to be held at iew Haven, in gam uistrlct. on the 20th day of September, 1899, at too o'clock ln the forenoon, and that public no tice of tho pendency of said application, and of ttie time and place of the hearing there on he eiven to nil parties Interested ln snldl estate, bv publishing this order three timet in a newspaper having a circulation ln said District. L1V1MUSXU.N W. CLiliiAVlUUAMJ, " sll 3t Judge, Lace Panels for Doors. Large assortment of new up to date designs, mado to fit any sized glass. Also full line of different width Panel Laces by the yard. Royal Wilton Rugs, also Body Brussels Rugs made by the Lowell Carpet Co. The best of their kind made. Havo you examined the new Axminster fabric of the Lowell Co., known a3 Middlesex ? Its wearing qualities will surprise you New Haven Window Shade Co., 68-70-72 Orange St. i)peu Saturday Evenings