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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOtJKNAL AND COURtKK, MONDAY, StPTKMBKK lu im.
TWENTY-SEVEN CASES. Friday and Paturday mi twatity evert fii of IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC DREB8 GOODS AND BILKS dropped upon otir U1p walk and bustled luto our base ment. THEY ARE READY For your choosing, now. Count er, shelves and window groan ing with the weight of new thine. DRESS GOODS FOR FALL AA'D WINTER, 18011805. Choicest of the Foreign Marts. The Best of American Products. AMONG THEM. Rough Novelty and Bouole effect, Honeycomb checks with plaid re lief, Two-toned Crepe doilgni, French braided effect, Noveltlei, Emerald green dashes prominent in many. The new Twilled Co vert for tailor-made gown. Broadcloth, Heather and London mixture, impossible of descrip tion. The old and the new world in great strife gives you products never before dreamed of. 39 c UPWARD. IMPORTANT. -Special Sale of REAL OSTRICH BOAS continued Monday and Tuesday. fi-Half Price Sale of FALL COATS extended. You deduct 50 per cent, from the price mark. mem ; 1. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. If. E0AL. 1 am now delivering Koal in bags and carried Into the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all dirt and buy of W. F. GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opposite Postofflce, 89 to 91 Railroad Arenue. NEW CROP TEAS. Our New Crop Teas have arrived and are exceptionally fine, fulh rich flavored. Give them a trial 85, 60, 80 and 75o per lbs - - Our Coffee Department Is well stooked with the best quality Mocha, Peaberry Java, Old Government Java, Maracaibo, Rio, New Era, Nervine, Hyglenio, Rye, eto. Special In Candy Department. Assorted Marmalades, 16o lb,' . , , Marshtnallows, 17o lb, i . Coooanut Squares, lOolb, BOSTON GROCERY, .N. A. FULLERTON, Prbp'r, 926 Chapel Street corner of Temple, Branch. Store and Market, 1 23 1 Chapel street ' The Prices are Low. The Assortment Large 'l y . JFjlne Mattings. 5 Did It ever occur to you that i good Matting is tli cheapest' to buy? Ours ana extra goou in quuuiy. my-Mr. . NEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO CARPETDJGS AND ' ! . 68, 70 hM 72 CLOSED SArrjRPAY8AT 12M.' ; SPECIAL DESIGNS ..: And Hangings for Cottage Draperies. ' Bilks, Mnsllns, Oriental Bugs, TUW, Window Shades, Take and Stand Coters, floor Oilcloths TEE -SOME DMPERI CO.. V:- - v $94 Chapel WINES 1 The Sick Need Them. THEY NEED OLD SHERRY. THEY NEED pLO PORT. We have them imported dlrtot from the maker Old French Brandy. So much needed in the slrW room, enueaiolly during; the summer season. Private stock, W20, ' 1834, 1838, 1865 vtutago. . Old Whiskies. , We carry a large stock of "Old Crow" and other brands bought dlreot from the dUtlllor. and will guarantee them to be absolutely pure, some exception ally old and oostly. Holland Qlns, St. Croix Rum, Ja maica Rum, etc., etc., all straight and reliable. California Wines. We offer a large stock of these wine, which are nearly four years old. They are PURE, CLEAR, Itood wlue. We bellevo they are much better than any California Wlue offered for sale here. $1.00 per Gallon, 25c per bottle. JUST A WORD MORE A word to the wise, etc. A trust is being formed In California for the purpose of controlling the sale of all wines made in California. It may at this time be complete. Is it likely to lCEDTJCE the PRICE of wines made in that State I If not,. , "Liobotschaner" we control hero, 1. 00 per dozen. California Claret, qts per doz 2.50. State and Court Streets. ' THE. Cor. Church and Elm Streets, OFFER Spring LambChoice. Beef and Mutton. Spring Broilers, Ducklings. Chickens, Squabs. Sweetbreads and Calf s Liver. r Also Fresh Natiya Vegetables In full variety, and a full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Branoh store at Woodmont, containing a full line of the above goods. Telephone call 280. j ' are yerj? cheap In price DHAPEEIES, ; V : Orange Sie J DtfRfNQ JXTLY AJXjy ATJOUST. 'Street! ,A . I, Hi 0 MINIATURE ALMANAC. EPTEMBEB 10. SusisTs. am I uai rM ' DKATHS. WV VU fi P A 11. .. l . ... r. ..... suddMiiy, aft a brl.r iIiqms, CWkMte AmMlia mitt. ik. . kj U Amelia, wif. of (be hov. H. L. Kvstmi. fvt. V, s It orlooh. lntermont st Hsrt- OailERT-Ia Newtown. Rspt. Tth, Hsrrist Lviuis, wue or us wiutsm I. Oik BuiW Id Bldfedeld Monday, Kept, 1Mb, at PUHwIiLL-In Ibis e'tf. Kept. mh. WIIUssj furl, si is ytmn. i m.mtlu, Hi dsvs. Funocml frum tbs mldenca of his liuher, i, moaamr. rami, m UiluniDUS STrauv, fni (Muudy arternonn at s o'clork. Frlmtds snd rlUvs are lovltdd to snsnd wlibout funbrrnuur. HOLLV-lu Ibis city, Bonl. b. at ehs mat. dimes of her dsusbtor, Mrs. C. J. Todd, 8 .qui m, nuu J, IB U. wnm Funeta survlrMst I he borne of hrdsufhtr, Mrs. r. J.Ttd. a Dlxwellvoiie,TurtiUr, (pl.lllb.st IOJUa.ro. Burial st eumford, TOHI-ln Ibis eltjr. rVnt. 9tb. Mrs. Zmlly M. vrii II, Todd, widow ot ibe lata 0. J. Todd, seed M Funeral Mvloes st hr hums, ft Dliwell avs Due, TiiMmiiy Mpt. llib, at lftju S.IB. Burial MAUINU LIST. EPOHT OF KBMT HAVBl. wff Aaaivio. Sob E. UcUusblln. Melaaner. N. T. (tch John U Trest. Brancb, Beaufort, N. C lumber to N. H. 8. 8. Mill Co. rLiAim. Sch Oreen CMiaty Tanner, Hyde, Klrtf (ton. " i ..mp. imriamn, nsnain. norroia. Hch J. a Carrlnston. Anderson, Phils. , Sch Harsh M. Bird, Merrill, rblla. tAik V wt &rrsn Fl'RNIBHED ootUffe at Norrli Ore, mUttt innl OA I 1VD tlf A ft? CliAPKL STRKKT TOBACCO Id T. C MOKEK8 will And a fine Mnck nf ImnnriMl O and Key West sod Do tn ratio CI iron st our uwwV uiio. ui new wDa, copsb street, bite Collins', oppoalta Ford jewelry store. Smokers' outfits In variety. Id all Iioss-hiU SO Xls USUSlly sold bv tnhatnnnl.u Onnila n nit ill Id variety, twenty years In the busU FOR SALE. TCOFR or Ave ffood bonea; would exchaaf e Jaw .nti rvtatM), GEORGE A. ISBELL, ?T Chapel street. New Hsyen. CoBn. FOR BALE, A GOOD PAYING HOUSE. Would take a building- lot or fana In ex R. E. BALDWIIT, dAw 818 Chapel street. Are You Maybe It isn't any of bur business, but we just want to ask if you don't need some CARPETS, FUMI TUBE "or. a new STOVE, RANGE or DINNEB SET. Unless we are yery much mistaken, we can save you money if you buy of us, for our prices are so low that every purse should open of its own accord. We will NOT be under- sold. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnishera, ORANGE AND CENTER STREETS, Open Monday and Saturday evenings. Misses' Dongola Patent Tip Button, 1' $1.00. $15. $1.47. Closing out about 75 pairs of Boys' 2.00 Button Shoes, sizes 8 to of, - -tat 98 cents. Lowest CASH PRICE3 on all styles SCHOOL SHOES. . All goods, marked down to strlotlj ' CASH PRICE. : t A. B. &EOTO0J),r 773 CHAPEL 8TREET. Stoftr closed Bveniags, except Monday ana nanirasj. ( t raBoaj. wwffiiw1 Call and see BHHFF8 PHOTOORAFHS Ht- Married? THE CONSOLIDATED ROAD. ttOMMlB AXD nAmXlt..rAC4SClEI UfCosaauvATXD kuad tilibd. Oewaraor Mania, of this CHy, and Dr. .Warner, of Bridgeport, Choun Im portant Farebasas of Land la Bridge. part The first regular meeting ot the dl rector ot the Consolidated road since the summer vacation wae held Batur. day afternoon. An enormous amount of bualnesa ha aocumulated. Two vacan cies In the board were filled by the elec Hon of the Hon. Luson R Morris and Dr. I. De yr Warner ot Bridgeport. Stoat TRACKS OH SHAW'S MM'K. New London, Sept. . The Consolidat ed road is putting In two more track In the freight yard on Rhaw's Neck to accommodated the Increasing business. . MUSI L4JCD BOUOIIT. Bridgeport, Sept. . An Important real estate deal wae completed yester day. It Is one of considerable signifi cance In which the New York, New Ha ven and Hartford railroad Is Interested. Through Its agen the road has secured a large tract of land a portion of the Baraum estate on Ash street In the West End, 1(0 feet In length. It was formerly the property of Helen B. Rennell. Another strip ot land ad Joining the track was also pnehased from John Larson, 100 teet In length. Both piece of land arc large enough to permit of (he construction of two small depots, one on each side of the track when the road Is four tracked, It i more than likely, however, that the property has been secured for ac commodation of the four tracking operations. t- , Public sentiment seems to favor an adjustment of the difficulties between the city and the Consolidated road In order that the city may enjoy a new depot suitable to the size of the cltv. It construction and the work of ele vating the road throughout the city at the present time would make a revival In business for some time to come. If there 1 no amicable settlement of the differences it Is quite likely that the legislature will do all the adjusting at Its next session and Bridgeport will nave nothing to ay in the matter. A GREAT rmiOHT CENTER. Norwalk, Sept. 8. Four hundred freight car loaded with coal, grain lumber and various other merchandise were stored in the yard at Wilson Point laet Might! The switch engine is kept unusually busy day and night. Seventy-seven cars were shipped from the-Point to various places along the line of the Consolidated railroad dur ing the night. It is thought the railroad company in tend making the Point a great railroad center. An entire new dock has. Just oeen cumpieieu,,py uoniracior EiacK man of Bridgeport, at an expense of several thousand dollars, and other im. provemeftts are in progress. The Standard Oil company, which has a station on the east side of the docks, Is, also very busyv They are engaged in unloading three . barges containing In their cargoes about 800,000 gallons of Olt , ... . - ' i FAIB HAtZlT. At the Grand 'avene Congregational cnurho yesterday morning the pastor, Rev. 3. Lee Mitchell, preached on "The Heavenly Vision." The sacrament of the Lord's supper was observed at 4 p. m., and there was a large attend ance. Rev. Dr. Sage at the Grand avenue Baptist church yesterday morning preached an interesting and instructive sermon on the topic, "How May the People Help the Pastor?" The subject of the evening sermon was "Beginning Heaven on Earth." A Christian Endeavor rally was held In the chapel of the Second Congrega tional church at 6:30 p. m. The topic wa "Our Members and Our Mission," upon which the pastor, ' Rev. D. M. James, delivered an address. At St. James' church Organist Kraft Is arranging a praise service for Sun flay evening, October 7, at which time the evening services will be resumed. The autumnal reunion to be held at the Grand avenue Baptist church on Thursday promises to prove an event Of much .lnetrest. It will be attended by members of the church congregation and' their friends and many from out of town are expected. At 8 p. m. there Will be a gathering of many of the older members and Interesting addresses and reminiscences are expected. The re union In the evening at 7:80 will be In terspersed with brief addresses and muslcr. Friends of Mr. and Mr. George W. Augur of 18 Hill street paid them a Surprise visit a few evenings since on the birthday anniversary of the former. Atnong the gifts was an oak sideboard. The Dayton hook and ladder com pany have had several runs in the even ing Of late preparatory to competing in the coming firemen's tournaments. On Thursday evening the ladies of Hiram camp division, S. of T., will give 4 ten-cent supper in the division rooms. Miss Lottie Brown, wno nas visitea friends In the annex, has returned to jier home In Boston. At the trot of local horses at River side, nark on Thursday John Dixon's paceif beat Herbert Barne' gray. There pa been a great aeai oi excellent sport at the park this first season of Its ex istence, and there is promise of an van better season next year. K. Housewortn, me I'nuaaeipma op tician, will be at the store of W. S. & St it Rowe on Thursday, September 13. A sums has Been piacea in the new well at the Shore Line depot In Fair Haven east ' Depot Master Strong hat moved into the Samuel B. Hill house. oeorge'Oldershaw, Jr., will read a pa per on the manufacture of clocks at the meeting of Live Oak council. Royal Arcanum, Thursday evening. . The three-masted sohooner James Da- Vtdaon, Captain , Rankin, that brourht a cargo of coa into the Qutanipiae riv er,' has sailed for Norfolk. . , ; a. Miss Name Field of Lloyd street la KXTWMTAlltMKXTS. Oread Opera Hanae. The popular favorite, Qua Williams, commence to-night three night' en gagement In "April Fool," a musical farce In which Mr. William I said to have taken a part exactly aulted to his peculiar style. lie will be supported by an excellent company of specialty art 1st. Including the Cohen Bister, who will Introduce their several specialties, Mis Josephine Fenton, the operatlo singer; Mis Julia Barton, Lorena Darcy and Georgia Hriar. Mr. William I so well known that he needs no word of recommendation. We all look eagerly for his new songs. Jokes and recitations, and It I safe to say that a large au dlence will welcome him at hi opening performance. The beautiful and elaborate war drama, "Across the Potomac," which emanated from the pen of Messrs.Pltou and Alrrlend, and proved to bo one of greatest successes of the day. will be presented the last three days of this week, with matinee Saturday. A strong csst will present this popular pluy. and a car load of new scenery especially built for this season will be among the many features which will make It treat for our theater-eolna nubile, Prominent In the rest are Olive Oaten, Julia West, Maud Durand. Arthur Hprague. Frank Wnlontt. Edgar Fore man, Frank Brinkhurst, John II. Mack and the minor characters are in compe. tent nands. "Across the rutomac" will be practically a new production this season, as the play has been entirely re-wrltten and the comedy element more strongly developed, which will serve as an agreeable contrast to the serious scenes. The lecture hall annex to the Grand opera house will be open to the patrons of the theater this evening free. In the annex will be found the Intest mechan leal Inventions, and every endeavor will ue made to keep It supplied with novel ties that will both Instruct and amuse. Hyo.rlon. D. W. Truss & Co., sole owners of "Wang," will present that well known and successful comic opera on Wednes day evening next. One of the Bcenes In "Wang" represents the river landing place In one of Slam's least known town. This is Pechaburl. 100 miles southwest of Bangkok. Although the king has a summer palace there and the place will some day be famous as a sanitarium for EuroDeana. vet it n. ent obscurity made It a matter of great aimcuuy to ootain accurate date upon which to construct the "Wang." This scenery will be used in all us entirety. A press disnatch recently atntort that the state crown worn bv the kino- nf Biam weigns twenty-eight pounds. Al though '''less livwohrht. th crown- used in the-Siamese opera of wang is a perfect reproduction of the original. It Is a conical can nf o-nirt torming a pagoda, or high pyramid of magree worn studed with itipmnn. ruDies, sappnires and emeralds. bale ot seatB opens-thls morning. . Poll'a Wonderland Theater. The bill at Poll's Wonderland this week promises to be a noteworthy one, as it will introduce for the first time In New Haven several artists who have made great hits In their anprlnltlpa in all the principal cities of the union. Among the artists who will compose the program are the two one-legged gym nasts, Conway and Leland. These cn- gentlemen present a comedy act that Is original, ana nothing like it is to be seen on the stage to-day. Bogert and O'Brien are another team that are noted for their fun-making proclivities. Dorothy Drew is known as a fine singer and dancer, as is also Rnnnln T.nttin Vldella and Moulton give a wonderful acrooatlc act, George Fisher Is a come dian and vocalist of merit, and Ernest Young presents a noveltv with elentrir-. lty. Carr and Jordan are fine sketch artists, and Indeed every act on the long Din is sure to please. WEST nAVEX. WILL PICNIC AT RAILROAD GROVE. The German society of West Haven will hold their annual picnic at Rail road grove to-morrow. The drawings for the butterfly will take place at that time. During the afternoon the West Haven Maennerchor will sing, as will also several other societies from neigh boring towns. It is expected that the picnic will be highly enjoyed as every little detail for the comfort and pleas ure of all Is being carefully attended to by the committee, consisting of L. White, William Albreight, John Schindler, Gottfried Thumm and Christ Basner. Funeral of Mrs. Edward McPartland. The funeral of Mrs. Edward McPart land, who died at her late residence, 22 Hamilton street, Saturday morning, after a short Illness, will take place from her late residence at 8 o'clock this morning and from St. Patrick's church, where a solemn requiem moss will be held at 8:30 o'clock. Mrs. Mc Partland left a husband and six chil dren. John J., paymaster at Sargents'; Edward F., grocer on Collis street; Mrs. John T. Sheridan, and the Misses Nellie, Mary, and Cella McPartland. w-wve-e Violets are not more grateful to the sense -of smell than Grandma's Pancake This Is an appetizing fact. : Your grocer haslt if H don't suit, taken baek. . ; S. H; Street & Co. IAHT HKQVIAU TRIP. teainar Margaret Carrie Large Crowds Allium ItoUtn I'olnl. Thtt steamer Margaret made her last regular trip to Pico park, (Dobblo Beach), Uranfnrd Point. Pawon Park and Pot Uluiul yesterday, carrying somo 300 peoplo going In the afternoon. Mr. Johis W. Curtor, tlio manager, told a reporter y.ntirdaythut the season' business hnd gone beyond expectations. To-morrow (Tuesday) tho M. Y. O. B. club, compnulitg member from Gull ford. Ilranfurd, Mcrlden and .this oily will go to Ruton Point, whore there will bo an entertainment and dinner. Wudnesdny the Qtilnnlplac atmodiitlon of thl city will go to Pawson Park on tho MarKnret, v. hero tho feature of the day will h.. a clam bake. Oilmen will also be Indulged in. The Margaret will go to rim Ida In about n week. Next season a larger boat will prolabl be In use fur these popular, excur sions. Republican Ward Primaries. The republicans of the Thirteenth ward In Wcntvllle held their caucus Saturday evening In Masonic hull. Robert R. T. Grant presided and C. II. Wardell was secretary. The delegates chosen were an follows: To the stute convention. Charles T. Al bee, tt. T. Grant: congressional, Daniel Munaon, Isaac Dickenson; senatorial, F. A. Beers, Charles Brown: county, C. H. Wardell. Loren Cheney: representa tives, Nathan Dorman, W. E. Wood mansee; probate, J. V. Downcs, M. R. Dingwall. The republicans of the Fifteenth ward met at 112 Forbe avenue Satur day night. The meeting; was called to order by Norman A. Hughes, and Ar thur Burr was chosen chairman and H. D. Bradley secretary. The delegates chosen were: State J. E. Landcraft, Robert S. Duff. Congressional Robert 8. Duff, James Steele. Hfnntorlal F. W. Bradley. George E. Grannlss. Representatives N. A. Hughes, Ar thur Burr. County William Shaw. H. D. Brad ley. Probate Alfred H. Rowe, James Bat ty. Coming Wedding. Cards are out announcing the mar riage of Miss Annie Toolan of Merlden to Mr. Timothy Laflin of New Haven. The bride Is the sister of Rev. Father Toolan. who is located in Albany. Mr. Laflin was formerly an employe of the D. M. Read company, but for some time past has been head floor walker In Malley, Neely & Co.', dry goods house. ileal gslatc. FOR KENT. FOUR five-room flats, with bath rooms, steam heat and all Improvements ; loca tion central. Flats entirelv Rpnnmt.i, fmm each other. Small family preferred, and rent reuaonnme. nnquire JOHN UUUAN, 188 Columbus avenue, ft"? tt corner Liberty street. FOR RENT, JJOUSE on Dlxwell avenue, 9 rooms. modern improvements, $20 per month, MERWIN'S Real Estate Office, 759 Chapel street. FOR SALE, House and Lot, 78 WILLIAM STREET. Lot is 69x112. Inquire ot S. B. OVIATT, my5 tf 87 Churoh street. Westville to Have Rapid Transit. BUILDING lots on Main, Fountain, West ProsDeot. Wlllard. Aldon. Barnetl. and other desirable residence streets In Westville, for sale at prices ranging from two to ten cents per square foot. inow is tne time to Duy. For particulars call on or address H. C. PARDEE. n!2 tf 123 Fountain street, Westville. BUY A BUILDING LOT Now While Prices Are Low. CITY LOTS, SHORE LOTS, SUBURBAN LOTS. EDWARD M. CLAHK, 131 CHURCH STKEFVT, Evenings 7 to 8. KoomlS. My Building lots ON Winchester Avenue, Bassett, Lilac, Ivy and Newhall streets. The Property of the late Mrs. Hooker. AUCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN pursuanoe of orders of tbeProbato Court for the district of New Haven , the under signed will sell at Public Auotion, for and on account of Samuel E. Merwin, Administrator of Estate of Hoadley B. Ives (unless previous ly disposed of at private sale), the premises known at No. 8 whalley avenue, oorner Car mel avenue. This lot his a frontage of 10 feet on Whalley avenue and 200 feet daep on Garael avenue. bale will take place on premises Thursday Morning, Sept. 13th, AT 10 O'CLOCK. NO postponement on aeoount of weather. Terms made known at time of Bale. -For particulars Inquire at K BEECHEB'S EXCHANGE, Boom S.Lyon Building, 7(0 Chapel (treat, EDWARD C. BEECHER) s4 Tt i Licensed Auctioneer. H4ants. One t ent a Word each Insertion, Ave cenlaaWord for a full Week, seven times. WAXTlon. A'!ll(l.rnrK,Mi,T.il homework; rofersneai "'"' HRIIOWRflTRERT. . WANTKO. Iv' . "r ' """'i. mixluin Improvements, V family mi, adulu, liv ..i.ln.r Ul. Ad. , HSK'tiiiimlmreet. WAXTKIJ, i SITUATION a niirxi'iitidolinmlicrmaldi iV In! of ci I) MtVn.ii.f. a W Si IT't'NAM STKKET. WAXTKO, SITUATION hy a o imiii'ti-nt woninn 10 S (111 lllllt ltli MH ir..i,,..4.f l.......u...ul. 1- - pilvali-fnnillyj lil vitv ri-lrn ni... Apply al ""'' l I OLU.MHUS AVKNUK, WA.NTKD. N eXKOrlCIII'Ml WHII Irlmmiu. ppiy nni(,A i- M.hj "IHtUfoMAK Kit." this oiiloe. WA.VI'KII, rpWO r.r.t.cnuw m.wm-lltf A !IIEAIIAN a'OKOAItK. itt Mtate Direct, mtif AXTKI), rl""0 borrow U.'iU; itocurlty flrxt mortitiur k on iiniiii.ff v ..i.,.inu .. . u (liiuMli. ibu umuiiui: muiu luteritl: no aftmu. - 1 ."i"' w tun omuo. V AXTKI). I7llltST.rr.A8S liouneuold help, Kino tltua. Iloiwruraiic'h. Mils II A Mil laiCourtntriwt. WAXTKD, RY aeompWcnt French Klrl. adluatliin to llO nlll.llllll-l-U'lll'l. un,l...ul.,- . ...Ill -.. --- ...... n, iiih, ,,i mum'. iis I'lillil Hume; biu bpiukt French nod boil Komi rcferi ni'ii. I hHvo iiiko a nice ynimif Gormauglrl to Itarn to do lionsi work, elv. liAUTIIOLOMKWS, oi Orange street, Gaiidcfroy's Old Stand, WAXTKlT EVtRTIlODY needlnKHcrvantatorall hero. e supply all the best. Wo hiivc wirted out and dlHoarded most of the uhuIuw clmw. 1 Ikw neck new ofllces (whuro they aro not known), which aro sprlnirlnir up cnnntantlv. c liavo been hero years and iiho Judgment. eln-tliiK only thoho that will do tho work r. quired. We have tho finest facilities and can serve you bettor than anvrnio else. f VI li r 1 1 if i L" vt . ni'nn au 775 Chapel street. UltsccUaucous. FOR SALE. (OllNINa top buffiry, first-class maker V cheap. JySU tf HOXIM. MODKKX HOI SKHOLD GOODS. A NTIyUE (foods, all kinds. fV J 7tt MALLOKY'8, HI Oranjo. KXI'KKIKNCKI) llKLP ' OF all kinds: housework irlrls a specialty. H7tt "TUB EMPlltS,"lU7tniapelat. KOK SALK. LACK walnut marble top altar, pedestals, platforms, officers' and members' chira. completo outllt aultublc for society use. AnulJ jyaill 7JSUHAPKL STREET. SI PKRFLUOUS HAIR 1 PERMANENTLY removal by electric nee. dies : nerftHil. success wurmntAil Fm further partlculurs address aim aw p. o. UOX 051. FOR SALK. AVEItY desirable retail business: only moderate capital required: s itlafuctorv reasons for selllnif. Address si tr "M.," this office. YOITX'CI LADY DESIRES a position as stenofrrapher; can furnish typewriter; would assist at bookkeeping. Address .n. ft., tins oince. A I ( TIM V S AI .h v BDOOTH, Auctioneer, will sell the rar. . pets anil furniture at No. 5s Derby ave nue Monday, September lutli, commencing at 10 a. m. sttijt CHAS. H. BROMLEY, MAKER of Violins, Double liases, etc. New and Old Violins for salo. Kepalr. lug a specialty. Hows rehalred. Instruction given on the Violin. Terms mwieratc. B4tf H53 ORCHARD ST., New Havon, Ct. BUST REXTS IN city, $16 and $2), all appointments and conveniences ; urtlstlc model homes, en. trancos and all accommodations separate; six rooms, verandas, balconies, bath rooms, ranges, hot and cold water, gas, etc., nicely decorated ; select families only ; State street cars. Apply an!8 tt 3H3 FERRY, COR. F.NOLISH. STILL THEY COME ! VERY BODY'S FRIEND!" What ex. Alt Alderman A. J. Boers says: "I have thoroughly tested "Everyboly's Friend" and deem it. the bust thing in the makkct. It is truly everybody's friend, and von cannot recommend it too highly." Unfailing for rheumatism, neuralgia, sprains, etc For sala by druggists. Manufactured hv S. F. WHITTLESEY, Bfl 7tT 209 Dlxwell avenue. CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on all Private and Business Matters. MEDICAL Woman's diseases. Consultation in person or bv letter. MARY J. WRlOHT, M. D ap88 lr Office, Tontine Hotel. 14 Church St. Estate. TO RENT. D F.SK room; oilloo ground floor. s tr l'. o. BOX 120?. ROOM. WITH board, pi-ivato family. g tf V. O. BOX 1Z0E. WOIl UK NT. FIVE rooms, lower Boor, au8t,f 116 WHALLEY AVENUE. FOR KENT, THE house U(M Chanel street, with barn Enquiro tf. W. MANSFIELD. si tf 828 Chapel street, Room No. 12. TO RENT, I.LEASANT furnished rooms at 37 Howa Btreet; every convenience. s4 tf TO RENT, A HANDSOMELY furnisiied front roou at White House Flats, 831 GRAND AVENUE, au31tf second floor, right. TO LET. o FFICE.good light, steam heat. auau tt in a u tiUiwis a. r uuu co. FOR RENT, HOUSE 77 Wall street, 10 rooms. In first, class order. Apply Room 1, 8.1 7tt 127 ORANGE STREET. TO LET, IN tho Normandle, York and George, a com plete, apartment, steam heuted: every improvement, janitor service : rent 125 pes year. JOHN GAY, 1134 Chapel, aiiiStt or on premises. ' FOR SALE, IN Lake Place, two new brick houses, mod. cm improvements, 13 rooms: alsohulld. Ing lots. J. D. PLUNKETT, ii14 tf 40 Church street, Room i. WINTHR0P AVENUE. T71INE building lot ; owner anxious to sell Jj at onoe and will let it go at a low prloe. CHAS. D. NICOLL & CO., 82 Church street, (Bonodict Building), room 1& Evenings from 7 to 8. FOB SALE, Ten-Room House on Chestnut Street. Lot 40x180 feet. JOHN C.PUNDERFORD, 116 Churoh Street." Open evenings. FOR SALE, APIECE of property on Dlxwell avenue (opposite Division street), running- through to Beaver ponds; to be sold to settle an estate. CHAR LES II. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Odm Monday and Saturday evasion. visiting tn Orange, N. J. - , j " (( l v ' J i 'I ) i '