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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 1894.
NEW DRESS GOODS. Enough to sink a ship, as they say. 39c a yard to $19.50 a pattern. Exclu sive things, too. $3.00. A table full of Coats in winter weight that we carried over from last season. All we have. The above is no price at all for them. CLASS TOWELING. Special in a 22 inch plaid glass toweling, pure linen and very fine, 2;io the yard. LADIES' HOSE, 121 -2 cents a pair. Twenty-five dozen of special values in Fast Black Hermsdorf Dyes at i2c. OSTRICH BOAS. Special Sale 54 inch at $11.47, worth $13. 5a 54 inch at $13.26, worth $15.50. 18 inch at $2.09, . worth $2.50, 762 to 768 Chapgl Street. IteHoiisoiil KOAL. I 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 Bailroad Avenue. NEW CROP TEAS. Our New Crop Teas have arrived and are exceptionally One, full, rich flavored. Give them a trial 35, 50, 60 and 75o per lb. Our Coffee Department la well atooked with the best quality Mocha, Peaberry Java, Old. Government Java, Maracalbo, Bio, New Era, Nervine, Hygienic, Rye, eto. . Special in Candy Department. Assorted Marmalades, 15o lb. Marshmallowsf 17o lb, Coooanut Squares, 10o lb. BOSTON GROCERY, N. A. FULLERTON, Frop'r, 826 Chapel Street, corner of Temple. Branch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street Extra Soger Inpaio Carpets. The Pricks jars Low. The Assortment Large. Fine Mattings. : j ! Did it e?er occur to you that a good Matting is the cheapest to huy? Ours are yery ehea In price and extra good in quality; ? HEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE Q0 , V '.. OEPETINGS AND PBAPEBIES,A , , 68, 70 and 72 Pge Streetrjv - OtOagD PATURDAY8 AT'ia M; DlhttNQ jrjXY. AND AtTGUST. SPECIAL jid Hangings for Cottage Draperies. ?lks, Mnallns, Oriental Bugs Hats, Window Shades, Table and Stand CoYeni, Floor Oilcloths. THE HOME DBlPJlllGO ,694 Chapel. 11 TRIGS I AU. MAMA TOBACCO I 5 OEM APIECE. The quality, the ilze,' and too makers (V. M. Ybor i Manrara, Tampa, Flor ida,) oaaiaidured, make tliem a very chimp and a very desirable smoke. Wa eball oiler them for . $4.50 per Hundred. We have the exclusive tale of thl size In New Haven. Try them and are how satisfactory a S oent cigar can. le offered. They are better than most cifrars told ut lOu. The prk ot all Imported Olgari In our (took reduced. FLOUR $4.50. We offer tbeoboloeat New Froooss Flour for A choice Winter Wheat Flour, IS. 25. 200 bbls just received from the mill. All grouud from sound old wheat. Alwuys a safe guarantee that trouble will not brow. A few basket, of Native Peaches re ceived dally; Just right for preserving. New Clover Honey in 1 lb boxes. One gross 8 oz bottles Manzanilla Olives-New, 10o per bottle. This Is a bargain. State and Court Street. THE Cor. Church and Elm Streets, OFFER Spring Lamb-Choice. .' Beef and Mutton. Spring Brotlors, Ducklings. Chickens, Squabs. Sweetbreads aud Calf Liver. Also Fresh Native Vegetables. In fuU variety, and a full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Branch store at Woodmont, containing a full line of the above goods. Telephone otiU StiO, "" " ' -' -T'i - DESIGNS Street; -5" "v Si 1 . II. HI Co. MINIATURE ALMANAC. SRPTBMBKR U. RcaHuit, tll Humhrra, Coil I Moon Kim, 17 Hm Watbb, jo U DEATHS. DIURLR Sepimnbec Htb . In this elty. Jennie who wi rraqa n. uiuoie, Ol Ansouia, Fuavral at 14 Oold ti. Maw Haven. Mnn day, B,t, ITtb, ill a. in. Interment at uf'ne 0"" cemetery. Annuls, at S:3) p. m. MILL-Katered Into mil i aionlngum, Sep. IV JWIlie ilHJU, WHS Of O.v, Charlts J. Hill, , runeral unlw st monlngton Sunday after. nounaiKau, lDlerm.nt at Ftttarield M day. Pk i . V L t VIII.-.. .L. . fk.k Iran ford, Coub., September 13, (emllne H. . uuiDiar 01 in. 1 nomas n. Funeral from her 1st. residence. 843 Orange "1, New Haven, Conn., Saturday, Sept. IV at Ulo'clo. k In th. afuwnoon. The .1. lenoanoe or rrtanda Is respectfully in VllMl. St CAP-In tht. elty. Ilept. 13th. Blery Camp, agd tj years. mnntlia, j) day.. Funeral services will be held at bis late real, denee. No, l Olive .(reel. Saturday after noon at M o'clock. Friend, are Invited to una, st 1 WVO I , "TEFF," a black pointer j whlte-apottM J . cheat and feet 1 e liar unmarked. Re. wara 11 returned to llt' T4 MAN'FIKI.I) STREET. KOK KENT. X OWER tenement at III Dwlght street modern eon ven I eneea. sl7teodl T BWVT JEVKN rooms, MS Elm street; eonvenleneea; r UK KB N T, RICK flat, 0 rooms, 940 Howard avnu; B w aiu it' found "VN Stat itntf. Auvliaf M an .InuM M J ri&ge aneot, Owmr can have urn. on prooi ana payment I jr mis aov. Addreaa M. Box H AUCTION SALE fONDAY. Sept. Hth. at 10 a. m.. the Ineludlnir aood i-i.Ma an I Ada rirnitnr . . a Duunnuuinnniii hvivmi vmi i. cnx-aery, eio.; win ne aoia without rtrv. iw n. ihhj I ft,. Auctioneer. VIR RIC.NX C EVEN-room tenement, rurnlrhrd. modern imiiviCTHnii., aauy BXlll IHJU (aOUli; wouia room or Daara ana room with to. f am' anit. hiiusb. this om-e. CONNECTICUT State Fair and Races, wiviiuvnaRiaiB)U4 vitj niUt September 18. 19, 20,21. Increaslna; In Interest each v, ar. Snenlal at. traotlone. A new arrangeme it of th. around. Lartre additions. Kao each day for larae jurrvi. bituwiiufli un Abb niILIOAD " .r. An umisH, Bto y, 6at Hartford, Conn. California Excursions VIA Southern Pacific Co. LOWEST RATES. Also tickets for TEXAS. MEXICO. mil V A J w A n A T tniflA ttUU ViliAfl Oatl on or &ddr am E. E. CURRIEE, N. E.' Agent, 192 Waahiogton at,, Bostoa, llass. slS eodtim Are You Married? Ulay be it isn't any of our business, but we just want to ask if you don't need some CARPETS, FURNI TURE or a new STOVE, RAJJJGE or DINNER SET. Unless we are very 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 Housefurnishers, ORANGE AND CENTER 8TREETS, Open Monday and Saturday evenings. Misses' Dongola Patent Tip Button, $1.00, $1.25, $1.41" Closing out about 75 pairs of' Boys' 2.00 Button Shoes, slzee 8 to ty, 98 cents. ; Lowest CASH PRICES on til stylei SCHOOL SHOES. " ' ' AH goods marked down to a strictly. CASH PUCE. , , A. B. GREEiniSrOOD, , 773 CHAPEt STREET. Store closed Evenings, pxoe.pt Monday ana Saturday. . Hall and am iHXWS PHftWHW itm nw THB WORLD and WORLD'S TAIlFtliaf wfr giveaway. , - Firm jxzrEitAKr. Pracram fcr Ik Camnxmuralloa at lb riilh AaslvaraeH t Oraoa M. K. Church Mast Waak. The (ollowlnc. program was Issued yesterday In regard to the fifth anni versary of Grace M. E. church (suc cessor to George street M. E, church) which will be commemorated by a borne camp meeting, September 17 to S3: Monday, September 17. Methodist mass meeting Mr. C. A. Baldwin, leader. S p. m. Willing Workers' Hour Miss Mary E. Remmlngton. 1 p. m. Sermon Bev. William Mc Nlchol. 4:15 p. m. Children's meeting Rev. F. A..Bconeld. leader. 7 p. m. Praise service nev. W. F. Hill. 7:45 p. m. Sermon Rev. C. B. Ford. Wednesday, September 19. 2 p. m. Mothers' meeting Mrs. H. 8. Hutchinson. t p. m. Sermon Rev. A. J. Smith. 4:15 p. m. Children's meeting. 7 p. m. Praise aervlce Rev. O. C. Nichols. 7:45 p. m. Sermon Rev, C. P. Mas den, D. D.' Thursday, September 50. 3 p. m. Willing Workers' Hour Mrs. C. J. North. J p. m. Sermon Rev. W. M. Carr, 4:11 p. m. Children's meeting. 7 p. ro. Praise iervlce Rev. R. T. Cooper. 7:45 p. m. Sermon Rev. Joseph Pull man, D. D. ! Friday, September 21. 2 p. m. Willing Workers' Hour Mrs. C. E. Thompson. 3 p. m. Sermon Rev. w. J. Mutch. 4:15' p. 'm. Children's meeting Rev. II. Mueller. 7 p. m. Praise service Rev. William Roberta. 7:45 p. m. Sermon Rev. A. D. Vail, D. D. Saturday, September 22. 3 p. m. 8ermon Rev.' Nelson Ed wards. 4 p. m. Special holiness meeting Hev. D. N. Grlffln. 7 p. m. Pralae aervlce Rev. A. O. Abbott. 7:45 p. m. Sermon Rev. J. H. Hand. Sunday, September 23. 9:30 a. m. General love feast Rev. A. V. R. Abbott. 10:30 a. m. Sermon to Sunday school Rev. F. A. Scotteld. 12 m. Sunday school Rally day Ad dress by Mr. C. B. Foote. 3 p. m. Sermon Rev. C. P. Maslen, D. D. S p. m. Young men's prayer meet ing. 6 p.- m. Young women's prayer meet ing. 8:16 p. m. Young People's and Junior society meeting. 7:30 p. m. Sermon Rev. Crandall J. North. : ' ' : 1. All churches and all Christians are cordially invited to unite with us, that this occasion may be one of great profit. 2. Special invitation to Young Peo ple and Junior societies Wednesday and Thursday nights. 3. Altar services, tK prayer and tes timony meeting after each sermon. Special holiness meeting Saturday af ternoon. 4. The Methodist Hymnal, Precious Hymns and New Revival Songs used in the aervcea. ' Mr. W. D. Bissell' will sing during; the week. 6. Supper will be Served everv nirht In dining room of the (Jhurch for twenty- nve cents. A collection will Bp taken at each service, but no special effort to raise money will be made. ' . Professor I W. Harvey, who has led the music so successfully at the Plain ville camp meeting, will have charge of me music. The Ken Who Pained Worthlaaa Bonds to be Tried In Derby. Derby, Sept. 14.-The three men who worked the bunco game on Skinner and Cox, the farmers on the Lang farm, were arrested by Chief Nolan and Offi cer Tuttle, Wednesday afternoon. The men were found in their homes In Stratford and Oxford. Chief Nolan got David R. Watson and Melville G. Good win In Stratford, and brought them to thla city early in the evening. About the same time Officer George W. Tuttle was coming down the hills from Ox ford with Charles Yarrington, who was also mixed up in the fraud. It will be remembered that a worth less $500 bond on the Kellar Piano pompany of East Bridgeport was given n payment of a list of stock on the farm. Attorney Wilson of Bridgeport, came up with the Stratford prisoners fcnd will defend them In the trial. On arriving at the police station the at torney and Chief Nolan went to the residence of Judge Gager, where a bond was fixed and a date of the hearing on the matter arranged. The bond is $400 In each case and the hearing will be before Judge Gager In the city court. Tueday, September 18. Wilson went on fach bond. The goods taken by the rauds were two steers, one cow, one heifer, a set of double and single har- tiess.'cornsheller, two sleighs, twenty four chickens, one cultivator, one plougfy one harrow,, one, wagon. Tne f risoners were released In an hour af er reaching here. i ' 1CXIEHTAINMESI8. Orand Opera Hons. "Across the Potomac"' was presented iX the Grand last evening- to a large and enthusiastic audience. The play is brte of the military order, but differs jrrom the -general run of war dramas Inasmuch as a strong-atory la prettily told of the love and' devotion of the southern girl for her northern lover. The lnteroeptlon of comedy la a clever (dea of the authors, Messrs. Pttou and AUrlend, as it acts a a pleasing con trast to the seriousness of war, which la so realistically presented. The ctl- tnax of the second act, which shows he conflict of north and south, la a trong one, and for the moment, one Would Imagine they were again specta tors of the conflict of 'l-'65. In the re cruiting scene of the first act the man ager had engaged a detachment of the feloeW ta assist, whteh they did with frtsdltno i themselveithe .east ft 'an excellent one amf cleverly portrayed the characters they were east for, prominent among them beM Artfcur ) - f - :;- ' Sprague, Frank Woloott. Frnk Brinks hurst, John Cooper, T. C. Msdlngar, Maud Purand, Kate Medlnger, Olive Gates. Tha comedy parts were In the hands of Edgar Foreman, John Mack and Julia West. "Across the Potomac" will be given at the matinee to-day and In the evening. The lecture hall anne to the Grand Is now upeii free to the patrons of the theatar. Blake A Moeller'a electrical exhibit Is on exhibition and Prof. Abt'i dissolving view are presented there every few minutes, Davis and Keogh's new play, "On the Bowery," will be presented at the Orand on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings next week. There will be a special matinee Tuesday and the regu lar Wednesday matinee. Thomaa H. Davis has surpassed his lar Wednesday matinee. Mr. Thomas H. Davla has surpassed his for mer achievements In his picturesque presentation of "On the Bowery." The showing of the Bowery itself, that broad and brilliantly lighted thorough fare, the view of the Interior of Steve Brodle'a place of refreshment, the fine representation of the Brooklyn bridge, the scene on the dock on East river, and the view of Chatham Square, are as true to life as they are effective. The bridge waa never before so finely represented. Hyperloa. Eugene Tompkins' spectacular pro duction of the revised "Black Crook" comes to the Hyperion for one night only, Thursday next. September 20. Mr. Tompkins has doubtless exceeded all his past efforts In spectacular pro ductions, and the magnificence of the revised "Black Crook" cannot be Im agined. Sale of seats opens Monday, September 17. Poll's Wonderland Thaatar. The last performances of the excellent company at Wonderland this week will be given to-day. All the arttBts that make up the pleasing program close their engagements this evening, giving way to a freah inatallment of novelties. The program this week Is an excellent one, and Introduces Bonnie Lottie, a sweet little girl who can sing and dance; Ernest Young, In a novel act with electricity; Bogert and O'Brlen.the musical comedians; George Fisher, comic vocalist; Vldella and Moulton, In wonderful feats on the horlsontal bars; Dorothy Drew, vocalist and dancer; Carr and Jordan, sketch artists, and Conway and Leland, the one-legged acrobats. SOMETHING FOX CMABITT. A Cattleman Who Never Forgets What ha Beliaves Brings Luck. From the Kansas City Journal. About twenty of the leading cattle men of Texas are In the city. Most of them are here with shipments of cattle and others are looking after the condi tion of the markets and the outlook of the trade for the coming fall season. There are in the number some of the heaviest shippers and most extensive operators In the ,, southwest. Among them are Colonel D. R. Fant, D. Clark and A. G. Plumb. Yesterday afternoon several of the cattle kings were at the Coates House discussing the cattle business and some of the peculiarities of the men engaged In It. They were telling stories of ear lier days on the ranches and of their experiences, there. From their conver sation it waa learned that many of the cattlemen are superstitious in their business, end some of them are always quite sure that the signs are proper be fore they make any heavy purchases or sales. . ... . . "I know one of the ranchmen of the western part of the state who is very superstitious in his business relations, said one of the men. "I have come to the market with ' hlra several times when his shipments were heavy, and in most instances his profits were satis factory. I would not tell his name, be cause he Is sincere in his belief, and I would not do a thing that might cause him to be laughed at for his convictions. "Just as soon as he makes his sales and settlements he hastens up town, and to one of his friends he gives a sum of money, sometimes it is as much as one hundred dollars, and nev er less than fifty dollars. The friend is Instructed to send the money to some charitable Institution in the city or else give it to some school which is run un der religious instruction. He once told me that he considered he would have bad luqk with his future ventures un less he remembered some charity with a portion of his profits. If he makes a purchase that appears to be certain to be profitable for him he at once sends his remittance to some charity In the city where the trade took place. Jle considers it his duty to do good with some ot his cash, and he gives It up with the most remarkable regularity. "His peculiarities are rather remark able for a frontiersman, but during his career, extending now nearly twenty years, he has held to his ideas without a waver, and during that time has dis bursed many thousands of dollars, all without letting his name be known. His donations are sent in as 'cash' or from a friend.' : . . . . "Other people in the business have some peculiar ideas, but my friend has a mopopoly or tne peculiar ideas he holds, so far as I have heard." Violets are not more trrateful to the sense of smell than 7.; T Grandma's Pancake Floiirf SLT" This Is an jippetlzlnrz fact. Your grocer has it I iflt&mUsDjt,tidMltlMcav w ? S. H. Street & Co. I aVJMaVw''r ?Unl stntc. KOUKKNT, M.-, . r. mnma, uiwrr noor, a uJif WHALI.KT AT KNIT R. KOIt RENT, THE hnuM IMj Chanel aireot, with hero KiiqillrH If. W. MANKUKU). etlf m rhapalji rH, Know No. U. TO KENT, I)M.RAANT (iinii.hol rooms at SI Howe aiwl; nvery cmtvcnleni-c, a4 tf TO LET. TOP Boor of 3 mom la private houae, for mall family. r II '.I' 3 QRANOr. DTHKET. MHI ItKNT, IjMRBT door 13.1 M. Joho aire!, alx rooma, modrrn Improvement. Imiulr,' aUDi; 411 TKHPI.K 1 THF.KT. TO ItKNT. rpwo ronntHMInir rooma. denlranlo, with JL board. alllK KIOLIVR rTIIRKT. TO LET. TWOoonnnptliy room a. with private bath, fur one aiiiili'tnan, with ulrli'ilr p-lvalo family. :UM)ltAS()K KTUKKT, TO RENT. AHANrWOMKLV furnlahed front room, at White llou.e Klala, M KIIUUA.Nl AVKSUE. au81 tf mwHwd Himh, right. TO LET, lltfht. atmin Q. rriCF. irvo.1 Hirht. aleaui brnt. an W ir TIIRflROHQRH. KOHD CO. FOR KENT. IN private faintly, pleiwant room, with Imard, for mun and wirn. or two aen tie- men: also table bnard: locution central. all tf Addnw DA V, Conrlur nWee. TO LET. TN tha Nnrinaortle, York and Oeorge, aoonv I plate apartment, atnim healed : every Improvement, Janitor awvloe rent iJi per year. JOHN UAV, 11(11 Chapel, anMr or on premlaea. KOK MALE. TN take Place, two now brlok hoimoa, rond J era Improvements, 13 rooma; nlno hulld ln Iota. J. D. PLL'NK KTT. tf 49 Cb'irch streat. Room S. BEST RENTS INo nil.. Sis and ISJ. all appointments and convenience : artlatlo mnlel hoinni. en. traueea and all acoommodntlona aeparatn; atx rooma, vernndaa, baloonlrs, bath rooma. ranffea. hot aud cold watr. mi, mi.. nlnlv dHoorated ; aelcct families only : State street can. Apply aiilBtf 28" FERRY, COR. ENGLISH. FOR KENT. FOUR five-room Hats, with bath rooms, team beat and al! Improvements; loos, tlon central. Klata entirely aeparata from Mu h other. Small family proferred, and rent reasonable. Enquire JOHN HOOAN, 180 Columbus avenue, au7 tf corner Liberty atn-et. FOB SALE, Ten-Room House on Chestnut Street. Lot 4)x!80 feet. JOHN C.PUNDERFORD, 118 Church Street. Open evenlmrn. FOR SALE, A PIEC1 4- (oppoi throuirh to PIECE of property on Dlxwell avenue alio Division street), runnliiur rouh Beaver ponds; to bo sold to settle an estate, CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Open Monday and Saturday evenings. FOR SALE. TJIOUR or five rood horses; would exohange .4.- ui OtU WIWV. GEORGE A. ISBELL, T87 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. FOR SALE, A GOOD PAYING HOUSE. Would take a building lot or farm la ci- coange. 1 1 B. E. BALDWIN, rifrw 818 Chapel street. FOB RENT, H OUSE on Dlxwell avenue, 9 rooma. modern Improvements, J30 per month, MERWIN'S Real Estate Office, TIW Chapel street. FOR SALE, Bouse and Lot, 78 WILLIAM STREET. Lot is 59x112. Inquire of S. B. OVIATT, my tf 87 Church street. Atwater Street House. TjOR sale or to exohanRe for lot. In city; fine uuuso, gooa lot; oarn on place. FOB RENT. Several good places. CHAS. D.NICOLL & CO.. 83 Church street, (Benediat Building), room 15. Evenings from 7 to 8. Westville to Have Rapid Transit UITjDING lots on Main, Fountain, West ProsDeoL Wlllard. Alden. Harnett, and er desirable residence streets in Westvllle. for sale at orioes ranarlnc from two to tan cent per square foot. now is tne rune to ouy. For particulars oall on or address H. C. PARDEE, nl2M m Fountain street, WestvlUs. BUY A BUILDING LOT Now While Prioes Are Low. CITY LOTS, SHORE LOTS, SUBURBAN LOT8. EDWARD M. CLARK, 121 CHURCH STREET, Evenings T to 8. RoomU. 1 -X&E2i& 1 mj Building lots ON Winchester Avenue, Bassett, Lilac, Ivy and Newhall streets. The Property of the late Mrs. Hooker. Dlstrlol of Mew Haven, as. Probate Court,) Sotember 14th. UM. f E8TATB of ARTHUR h. MALLORV, late of Mew Haven, in said district, assign debtor. Tba trustee represent the estate insolvent, and prays tbe appointment of commissioners thereon. ' ORDERED That commissioners to receive ana examine the claims of the creditors of said estate be appointed at a Court of Probate to be held at Mew Haven, within and for the district of New Haven, on the 21st day of Sep tamtMr. ISM. at ton o'clock foranooa. of which all persons In Interest will take not ice and ap- aear, Ut'aey aw oauae, sh pe aearn uienoa. tasty . judge, One Cent a Word each Insertion, flv rente Word for a full Week, aevai times. W AINTKI) COM I'KTEXT eo.ik and' g-'neral honaewoil atria. llie HiniM.h. Id Auxiliary " fl!U at'BNTKItriTKKET. . AM I 111 yminif man, 10 1I1 1 t inn. ut hnrwa; wi ll diy andean furniah the I II If II. I'.MIKI'AM WANTKO, drive a team or tan I araiualnti'd with llie hai of ri'fi'reita. UD. m Wr. aireet. WANTED, " ". t ITli ATION by iniiiiet..iii woman In can O wal hi.uww.irk nr work by the day. "Vs lii'iilr KM (iliAS l A V KNCR. WANTED, CI KltMAN or American girl for hntuo. J work. Call with tr..rn '''t SI (iVI.VAN AVENUE. WANTKII. YOl'Nfl man Ma it rinulilji Milra Kaj.It. kiieiu r : one lhal la tirlirht and ai-Hvn ilili 1 Mime kuowii'di'i, i,f thu ImlliHitiv i,Imi preferred. Addrina. with nfi,rn. I'lptrtailmui. "'iil... , I.ANDLOKD, N. H. P. O. jfr HeirUtpr onpj ' WANTED, onarhnian In nrtvala fainllv ; itinrn.i.hi t ..(.kuK, i"w n riMPrriiffa. hwcilliili Kiniilnviiir'nt Aa-enev. slMtt I'SMKAnOWp'rilRET. WANTED, POSITION rhef or at ..ward ; city refer, eneea given. Adilrewi Kri'.WARD, thin ofllee. WANTED. rpHIIER or four unrurnlnhod rooms for M. Hunt nnu keei not over f I" per mourn. ai ir Adilrewi huh oiaee. WANTED, TAI LRT.NEKI.Y & CO. require nn exnn iTa nenren ruriiitumruleBmiin, Apply to Superintendent, nl4 2t WANTEI). OITirATION In grooery by .alearaan of fif. 1. 7 teen veara exnerienee f .xri.ll.tnt eir r.Fn.n. . . .AA- ' "if O, this offlce. WANTED, la muki-r. 4 GOOD pnnta mukcr, il nistr WILLIAM II AUK, Wolltimford. WANTED. SITUATION by waltor In private famllv or restaurant, or se Mind cook in hot!. 'Ad. Jtew J.OUNNS'rrUAHUl), T)lerClty. WANTED. THIRST-CLASS household bel ielp, also titu. U turns for such. MRS. . 1IAI1H, llllZISMt law Court street. WANTED. SALESMEN Every oounty; salary or eom miHSliin. No exDorlcnoe. New tariff hill gives unlimited proBta. Active men apply ijulekly, Htatlnir 3Hlary and territory wauled. aANltr"ACTURERS.TJoxJ,30ii. Boston. niun (Kill tfDL WANTED, BY a competent Kronen girl, a situation to do chaniberworlc and flawing, nr win art. aa child's nurse; the speaks French and has good references. I have also a nice young German girl to learn to do housework, etc. BARTHOLOMEW'S, 51 Orange street, Gaudefroy's Old Stand. WANTED, EVERYBODY needlngservantstooall here. We supply all the beat. We have sorted out and discarded most of the useless class. These seek new offices (where they are not known), wliloh aro springing up constantly. We have been here years and use judgment, selecting only those that will do the work re quired. Wo have the finest facilities and cau servo you bettor than anyone else. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, nuH ' 775 Chapel street. DESIRABLE F URNISHED rooms, alt moiern conven- lencei. sM 7tV 19 WA hh STREET. FOR 8ALK, CORNING cheap. top bUR-gy, first-class maker; jya rss tr 110 a ah. TIANO FOR SALE. UPRIGHT Stelnway piano, good as new. slurtt Cull at 54 SALEM STREET. MODERN HOUSEHOLD GOODS. NTIQUE goods, all kinds. Hl4 7tt MAIXORYS, 141 Orange. THE RATTAN CO. FFKR a large stock of fanoy upholstered iinu raitian ouaira ac nnil rattan ouatro at nanlc nrlces. e!2 7t MAJ.HB.HLaU. "IT'S RAINED," TJ UT a piece of our 4-ply "Saltonstall' hosa jr ar. isc root is surer than showers. slll.115 LINSLEY. ROOT & CO. FOR SALIC, T AY horse, sound, kind and gentle, at loi Xt price; owner going out or the city. slil 7t At stable, NO. 21 ELD STRKB .21 ELD STREET. FOR SALE, ELEGANT new house, 13 rooms, all Ira provements, finished In naluial wo(l I also burn; near electric oars: wll. exrhang4 for building lota W. D. JUDSON, sit 7t. 7iw i nnpei street. NOTICE. MRS. W. S. FOOTE will reopen her Plata and Plenty restaurant on Friday, Sep. tember 14, at No. UOl Chapel street, just below t he RR. bridge. sl4 7t FOR SALE, BICYCLE In tine order, pneumatlo tire, si halt price. Address si4 1 r a. a., courier omoe. FROM HANCOCK'S "HEART." WE use Everybody's Friend In our family; It's the best oreDHration we have evei found. S. W. Hart. Sim't John Hancnok Ins. Co. Infalllole for rheunmtlBin and all must oular complaints ; ask your druggist for it. Bl (IT "WINE PRESSES." CIDER mills and kegs. Prioes are down to the bottom. Come down and see ua. Bit lit 10 IjINSJjBI, KUUTC UU. "A LIBERAL SLICE" C1CT off the price of a little of everything J on our barorain counter. You nrnss tha button, prices will do the rest. lfTJptown Hustlers, " r.ivur.ir.v HnnTjtm sll US tf ' !H Broadway. MANUFACTURING BUSINESS FOR sale. A good paying manufacturing business for sale, or will exchange for real estate; small capital required. Address six tr r. o. uv taw. R. G. RUSSELL, Architect, 852 Chapel Street FOR SALE, BLACK walnut marble top altar, pedestals, Dlatforms. officers' and members' chairs- complete outfit suitable for society use. Apply omplete jy&tf 733 CHAPEL STRE sr. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR PERMANENTLY removed by eleotrlo nee. dies: perfeot sucoess warranted. Kotf further particulars address auuu r r. u. sux i. FOUND. CJOME pigs on Waterbury turnpike. Own U can Dave same oy proving propel can have same paying charges. aiaoii Woodbrldge. CHAS. H. BROMLEY, MAKER of Violins, Double Bases, eta. New and Old Violins for sale. Repair! .specialty. Bows rehalred. Insbruotlos given on tbe Violin. Terms moderate. mm oo uhhabu px.. new jiaven W CHAPEL STREET TOBACCONIST. SMUtvuua win nnu a line stock or importad -and Key West and Domestio Cigars at oiu newly fitted up new stand, 785 Chapel street. latjk nnlllna nnnn.ll. W.tnl i.nM late Smokers' out tnts in variety, in suns goods usually sold by tobacconists. Goods to 1 suit ail In variety. Twenty years In thebusb neas aerv. (siu ua) S. LAUBER. CLAIRVOYANT. EAD1NGS on all Private and Bualnea natvera, aiuuijjur-oonui aiaeatal tsultatlon In tenon or by letter. MARY J. WRIGHT, M. D.. apffily Oflloe, Toatlne Uotet, U Caurch st l hi ,1