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NEW HAVEN MOBKDto JOURNAL AND COCEIEK, muKSDA V, 5EPTEMBEK 2T 1S94.
Oe of tbe , TTjat Dofy't Happciy Very Often. pgrefjaj of &i)ufaeturrV 5njpl of Lfriles' Ausllij i4 3rrbrlc Uo4trweir for Spot G&sb( at HMf Price, ai4 less. All very fins and beautifully trimmed GOWNSj SKIRTSj DRAWERS and COR SET COVERS; all new and perfectly clean, at lees than wholesale prices. That were 16.00 to 18.00. at $2.91, That were I3.7S to $5.60. That were JS.00 to JS.7S. aft $2.91, That were $3,60 to 14.50. Bargain m Corset Covers at $1.98 . Drawers at $1.26. On le at Rotrtro Counter, near entrance. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. I am now delivering Koal in m KGAL cellar direct from warjon. Avoid all dirt and buy of W. F. GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opposite Postofflce. 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue I NKW CROPTEAS 4 T n,ir Kw Or on. Teas have armed, rich flavored. Give them tHria 3fi,j50 60 and 75o per lb. ' Our Oofiee Department Is well itooked with the best quality Mocha, Peaberry Java, Old Government Java, Maraoalbo, Rio, New Era, Nervine, Hygienio, Rye, etc. Special in Candy Department. Assorted Marmalades, 15olb. MarshmaUows, ,, 17olb. ,s Coooanut Squares, JOo lb. . BOSTON GKOCEBY, . N. A. FUT...T.F.RTQN, Prop'r, 926 Chapel Street, corner of Temple. Branch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street The Prices nre Low. : . ; V The Assortment Large. : Fine Mattings, f 1 ' Did it eyer occur to you that a good Matting is the ) . cheapest to bhy ? " Ours are very cheap In price i and extra good in quality. 1 . - , HEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO. ( CARPEEINGS AND DRAPERIES, - - 68, 70 and 72 Orange Street. C "PLOOTP SATTOPATS AT 12 if. DLTtRO JTXj ayp AtXOjOOT. ' ' V tflbor id Wlednr Dnp8riss--Stilalties in Sash Kets aiuf Piesa fiscds. yU oo nape tent workmen ias'there nr.- at. -3 ! jy mown piiaues ui everj price die mm mmnww C04 C&wel, pTTBLEIN'S POPULAR ' York, Manhattan, Martini, Whisky, Gin and ' Vermouth Cocktails. 25 owe. Just received. Per single bottle, $1.25. To tbe trade we wlU dellvor a case of ,one doxou At tuuio price toey ouuto bought of tbe maker, saving to that dealer the cost of the freight. Our California 4 Year Old Wines, CONSISTING OF PORT, 1 SHERRY, ANGELICA, -$i.oo gallon, CATAWBA, MUSCAT, . . Are wiling rapidly aud surprising nil who test tbt-m by their unheard-of low price and their superior quality. THE OLDEST AND CHOICEST Java find Mocha Coffee. Some Extra Choice "Souchong", oY English Breaklaat Tea, NEW CROP. Flour Yet Lower in Price. $4.25- BUYS THE BEST "PATENT." A large stock of Olives, Spanish and California. California Olives, i gal. jars, 880. State and Court Street. THE Cor. Church and Elm Streets, , OFFER ... . Spring Lamb-Choice. Beef and Mutton. Spring Broilers, Ducklings. Chickens, Squabs. Sweetbreads and Calf s Liver. Alto Fresh Native Vegetables ' In full variety, and a full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Branch store at Woodmont, containing a full line of the above goods. TeJephous .call ISO. t. bags and carried into the - and are. excentidnaliv fl nn full are in the oif y gan be .found i t V.. i. 1 ''.: . - t ana quuiiy, iV,UUU in R. 1 IB 1 CO. Streefi ;;r.rrv MINIATURE ALMANAC. bEPTEMBKRR. I HID WAtM. sun Vim, 6411 DEATHS. FlIKH AN In tbU city, Kept. SB, utters Jin. g' rln IUiim, Mary, widow of the late Jer. Winn Kit-hkR, ad SJ yciirs. Funeral Friday raoruliitf trout tbo rasldmire in reward bi tn, 3i Whltms; stravt, atM. Maiy'siuurrh; T me of funrrel in -voiihi ipura. ur Wiudom, Mluo., P pprBinoioiy. HOVnVli K-nterubnr Srttb.of pneumenls, Jii.laA. Uostwhk. wife of iheltChrl.s u atwlck. " Funeral at the rmldeneiof faw sUtor, Mr. "ill. Ilsmlncway, Nortj y.ilnutplao m., . i'.f y?u' IM p. m. Bl hilMaL-ln ruin cuy, riopiewber 5tU, Himry ttunnoell, aaed W year., Funer.il rrvitHs will ho held from Ms lato rnideoea. ail Hurry street, Friday, Beitem- .MAH1.NK Lint'. f25JPOHT OK NEW HAVEN. 'tfH. gob Phflfntx, rriton, S. V.. Iron, fkb John M. Broau Urown. fbliu, coal il. goii K. X. HH, FrasM-, do. do. Fob lown Jnav. fo.'KnndAUt, atone, toll Ik no, Wluty, S. V. Cl.lAUEn. Drlg Uhn-y Ptewart. (Br.5 ltilnttm, Hoar nlvw, x. ,s. po.i E. C. Rlrdrall, Umaoa. P.UIa. Pch 8fibi M.iryMi. MbaU r. Phils. ikb Mule J. Csll, Kawdmu, N, V. FOR RKNT, i SKCO.VO tlonr ou l'wlght itrAet, Innulra iV. Hi & VL 7 HO KhTRKET. VORSALE BKO maro, S yeiu a old, sound and kind, nut afraid or tiiytbD: weight 1.IAW lot; any ruoua,.i . ft. r not rcium). a U KOCS'J'AIN ST K RET. Wesrrt'le. VOli 8ALK, ClENTRAL rrslilenrc proper 'v on Crown ' at met; lot 4'xl5: House nas rourtu moms and mudrrn onv iiiencca. Fur par nculars anply to A. X. WHt.ET.ER. eSiUt ITwfhiireh xr-. KAM8VKK!S, EKI EUSTANDINO drpamakinft and faro tly auwluff.w um Ike oilman jmotwlm tmaker or urivaio tauiliv. A tdrraa BiT3i WiroNliftK-M AVKXL'E. ' KORHKMT, C"IX moras, flr lloir, hot and cold water, k5 St IK'EASi'PEAHLSiHetT, SI itf near O.nn I veniif. FCRNISHRn KOUMS T"Orent, s n ;lean i en mitto, oent In t'tn 1 city. " sii .itj ci,M eiK FOB RKN I"7 HOrK Vf Wall street. 10 rooms. pirt.Tt or. eri prlvl egeot rc-nttns? roouM al iuwl to i eiponslble p irty. If nesi . d. Anplv 87lt- Rao-..l. iSrOHA.NGF. PTUEbT. FOR BENT, TWO front rooms, connootlna, fur'nlshel Apply at 2 1 HCk. r. SI hKKT. For re xx, " FTRST flo r, six rooms, sol one on third, all Improvements snd v iy i-onrenlfut. UiiSiiEHMAW AVr-NTE, S-.-.Ttf - .... i nPSrWuHllPj-. Probate Court, District of New Haven, ss.l (epteajbor itb, ItM. f TJ' STATE of SARAH i AGOETT, !ato of Jlj New Haven, in tald district, deceased. Upon applicitlju of E iza H. DaitK'N. praying ibat an instrument In writing pur pjrtlng to De the last will ond testament of ala di cased may be proved, approve al lowed find admltle 1 o probate, ns piramli catlon on flle more fuily appears, it Is OKDERED That said application be heard and uetermlned at a Prooate court to be held at New Hiven, In said district, on the M day of O.t jbtr, A. D. 1B4, at 10 n'clocu In the forenoon, and that nortue be jlven of the pendency of pa dnnpiication eirft.ietlmoand place of bearing thereon by publishing the same three times In some newspaper bavins a circulation In said district A. HEATOM ROBERTSON. "??3t .1, nf flli,l Oonrl. AUCTION SALE , REAL ESTATE. TN pursuance of orders 'f the Probate x court ror fieaistrict or mew Haven, ths undersigned will sell at pubilo auotl n (un- .vm jrruviouHiy uiapojia nr at pnvata fait), for and on account f HoUcrt T. Mm win executor estate of George Hutchklss, Sid, t he uvcirauie ouii aiugr lAit. on Leonard, near Summer Street. Said lot Is 411x170 feet deep, more or If si, Sale will take piase on the premisas at . 10 o'clock Tuesday Moi nlng, Oct. 81, 1894. Tjrms made known at time of Sale. EDWARD C. BEECHER, sS7 5t Lioensed Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE . OK HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE IN EAST HAVEN. rpHE undersigned will sell at public auction . hi inn lace resiaenoR nt .1. ftvn.iritr.rrt luompsin, c-T.ne t.toi or too mil at rait in. stall lake, on the road to Branfo.rt and with. in three minutes' waiic rreu) the (1 otrlpcir Cfft stopptna: place after oaaslnir Uaat Havsn uieen,; ounsiBuag in part or . Parlor Furniture, Mahogany Stands, Tables and Bureaus, Looking (Houses, . '. .1. 'Teacher Beds, Bedding,,,. Carpet, etc., etc. - . . Sale will commence at 0 o'clock Wednesday Moraine, Oct. 3d, And continue until sold. EDWARD C. BEECHER, , sOTdt Licensed Auctioneer. . We are making: special net t prlcee on many articles ; that simply kill competition. The other fellow isn't in it. ' Look, at our handsome Oak Stu . dy Chair, A Revolver, and adjustable, for $3.49. Lars; .Oak Study Tables, with ' drawer, from $4.49 up. Couches, Window Seats and Easy Chairs are specialties, al ways at the right price. ,:.,. "J.' . Our Enameled Bedsteads, fitted' 1 . with springs and mattress; . . , ..... ...:.!,').: Japanese Ruga, atyllsh, desira ble, handsome and cheap;'!1 . i Drop in!, . r , OEAKGfi AND CENTER 8TBSETS. Open Mondny and ttatortey msagi; m mm . TtltTAJ(HKXU. ' jrMrlo. Mr. Aug uetln Daly'e famous comedy eompany will appear this evening, presenting "A Nlht Off.". It Is a lit tle late to enter into detalU roncernlnn a farce which has so often been present. el here, but it may be stated tlmt It is uno r-f the funniest and brlhtm nr nil the many little pieces which Mr, Daly produced in such rapid succession u few year ago. The follow Ins Is ihe oest: JuatlnlMii Babbitt Mi'. Jam Lewis Harry Damask ....Mr. Francis Carlyle Jack Mulberry ....Mr. Herbert flrrshsm Lord Mulberry ....Mr. Charles Uvlercn, Pro1 Mr. rteorcn Ltsolr Mrs. Zantlppa Babbitt Mrs. 0. II. Gilbert Nlsbe .. ; ..MIhs Percy Ilnsvell Angelica Damask ..Miss Lntirn Ilnns?n Susen Mlse Catherine Lewis Marin Miss Sophia Hoffman Marcus Brutus Snap ..Mr. Ilemy blxry Pale of seats now open. Saturday, September 29, I't-tev P. Dalley and his company, direct fr.mi the Mollis street theater, Hoston, will appear in his famous piny, "Countiv Sjort." Among the company nrc iiny Invln, J. C. Sparks, Ada Lrwls, An drew Mack, Sale of seats now opon. Oraltd Op.ra Home. "The New MOggs' Landing" will be presented to-night for one performance only. Those ho have' seen "Mukbs' Land ing", will not forget the 'Old Sojer." This season the part is played by the groteau dancing enmedinn. Mr. Joseph Standlsh. , Brothers Byrne, the ever-powerful ami well known iiantomlhlstp. will apear in their comedy success, "Eight BeUs." to-morrow evening and Saturday af ternoon and evening. In presenting "Eight Bells" over JlS.OflO has been ex pended in new scenery, mechanical tricks ahd elegant paptir. It is one of the best and moat complete pantomimic comedies on the stage. The reparation gained has been through hard and faith ful work, and tfor this rea,ion the Brothers Byrne have been able to keep the confidence of the people. "Eight Bells" will be a startling revelation in stage-craft. Poll's Wonderland Theater. The excellent Specialty bill presented t Wonderland thi week serves to fill the pretty hotis.-' at. every performance. Astarte. the lady who walks In the air, gives one of the most wonderful performances ever seen at this theater. Although she weighs ut least ii pounds she seems to be as light as a feather, and floats from side " to side of the stage. The illusion vis o complete that the audience are fairly hushed during the sot, ''everyone try ing to imagine how-It is done. The Mldgeleys are very funny aii two kids, end cause many a hearty laugh. Bing ham, the ventriloquist.- Is very 'clever; and the whole performance' gives the best of satisfaction. Manager Poll an nounces for next weelf the appearance of Mile. Rialta, the fire" dancer. This is the latest sensation In'Hie way of danp Ing, and something wonderful is prom ised. Baseball at Wesrrille. The Tale basebtll team will play "the EdegewOod team as.-, the Westvlllo grounds Saturday Afternoon at $ o'clock. This will be? 'the only game the Yale team wtll play this fall. The battery for- the Edgewood team will be Sedgwick, pitcher, and Bren nan, catcher. v 'f WALtiyo'POKD. The Agricultural Fair Yesterday The Trot ting The D mncratlc Oaueus Lalt Night I Crmmi wenaing.. There was a large attendance at the opening of the agricultural fair yester day on the East Center street park. The various exhibits were very fine, The 2:40 class, purse $200, had six Starters. The winner of the first place was Minnie W., from the Mlddlefleld Air Line stock farm, who won three straight htats, after coming in second In the first heat. Sophie Johnson, owned by Pam Lowe o Waterbury, was sec ond. Starmont, N. F. ingranam, tnira. Time, 2:38. 2:36, 2:36, 2:35. The half mile running -race was won by W, A. Penfieid's horse, who took two straight-fieats in 1 and 1 minute. To-day's, races promises to be inter esting ones. The entries have already been published in Tuesday's "Courier." The wedding of Dr. F. E. Coudert and Miss Clara Perkins will occur on Wed nesday. October 10, at 5:30 p. m., In St. Paul's church. Four mom weddings yet to be an nounced wll occur here early In October. The second entertainment and dance given by the "Children of Mary," will occur Friday evening in the armory. The delegates to ihe democratic con gressional convention in Mlddletown to day are W. M. Casey, p. b. Darrigan, J. T. Klmberly and Nicholas Downey. The scholars at the high school will go to' Hanover after the elose of school this afternoon for an outing. "Colonel and I" is booked for the opera house this evening. '' . ' The schools closed yesterday after noon to allow the scholars to attend the fair. V ' lie -. Mr. and Mrs. Charlea woods .of South Colony street have a nine pound, boy thajt arrived yesterday morning. The name of G. w. carrington is fa vorably' mentioned for the position of collector oh the republican tloket. : D. P. Griswold caught twenty-six blackflsh that weighed forty pounds off Westbrook yesterday.- ' , , , Howard Parker ana Kaiph Keeler atart for Philadelphia Friday night. Rosemary hall win open on Tuesday, October 3. :.' '.:,--.,;, The bay stallion, staminal, of thaAlr Line stock farm of Mlddlefleld, will try a mile to beat 2:20 on the Center street track this afternoon. There were fully eight hundred pres ent at the democratic caucus last even ing. J. C Roach was chairman and Edward He'lneman secretary. The first business was the election of the chalr-t man of the town committee, The name df W. M. Caaey was presented by T. F. Paden and aeconded by H. F. Hall, the qame of-7. C. Boacl) Waa presented by 3. E. Hotchklss and; seconded by B. A. . ne oavueus wait M' ousfMta ja a 04U- lot, which resulted a total of 807 votes east, of which J. C. loach had 179 and W. M. Casey 12S, Bettering t The bal lot was made a formal one. It was voted that the remainder of the town commute be mado by auola nation. The committee as selected I as follows: James C. Roach chairman, James fj. Dunn, Patrick Darrlgan, Oeo. K. Parker, Oeo. W. Hackes. O. I. Martin was then nominated with out opposition. For first selectmen the names of W, E. Hall trd C. M. Jones wore placed In nomination and It waH voted to pro ceed to a format ballot, which resulted in the ( lection .of Charles N. Jones for first selectman by a majority of 01 voles. W. K. Hall was also nominated i se lectman. The rest of the ticket was mnde by a ocla motion nud I as follows: Collector R, 8. Austin. Treasurer L. H. Cook. Assessors Thomas Doonan end Geo. A. liopson. . registrar of voters R. D. Perkins. Board of relief Thomas Kennedy, George Cook of Talesvlllc, David M. Hall. Auditor Henry L. Halt. School visitor James J. Redmond. Grand Jurors-John H. Francis, J. J. Myers. Edward Toelle. Constables Jamen Y. Mooney, Daniel 0. UelUy, Roger S. Austin. John Wha- len. STREET'S PERFECTION 1VHEATINE delights the pal ate, strengthens the digestion and "gives to every power a double power." COMMITTEE OX OKDIXAXCKS. THE Committed on Oidlnauccs will meet In Room 10 and U, City Hall, on Friday, Sent. SR, 18114. ut 8 p. m for the purpose of eonsid irlna the followtna mntteio ; The proios d onlinances to r?srulato the speefi ann eqii'pment or eiecrnc can. Pi.'litl. n of E. F. Mers'.o et al. for an ordi nm :u restricting tile sulo of fl -ework. In tbe oiiv. Cominunteatlon of His Honor the Mayor recoraiuei.dmg that, section Sll of theurdl nancis of tupo'tv of New Havon lu refir cn -e to connecting privy vaults or ceiwpools with sewers hs aninded by striking out the words "to too acceptance of tlieboaid oi pub lic worki." and suo&tltutlug tuereior tbe woms "to tlio approval of the plumbing In spector and to the acceptance of tbe lord of h. anli." . . Co.umunl"atlcn of His Honor the Mayor ree.immenniag it revision or tne orainnnici cnornlug buildings. - . All neraons Intortwted in auv of the foreoro- lng are hereby uotltled to appear and be ncara tncreon witnont nirrner notioe. Attest: EDWARD A. STREET, s2. lit . . Aaalstant City Clerk. Fifty Building lots ON Winchester Avenue, Bassett, Lilac, Ivy and Newhal I streets. The Property of the lata Mrs. Hooker. UBI YOUR COLD CASH Will buy our new M.OO Piccadilly and Razor Toe Genuine floodycar Welt Calf Bal for $2.85.' And for ?3.85 we can show you a Bazor Toe Calf Bal far superior to many Sbpes sold at45,0O. AU goods marked down to a strictly - CASH ' PRICE. . A. B. 6-REMWOOD, 773 CHAPJEl STREET. Store closed Evenings, except Monday and Saturday, l-.ll nd .nh SHEPP'S PHOTOQRAPHR OP THE WORLD and" WOBLD S i'AIK that we give away. - - . ; gt eat gsttttc. FOR KENT, X1 a.iUif 1 .-j a rnnnu, lower no)r, Uf. W II ALLEY AVENTK. TO RKNT, ELLEAPANT riirul.hod rooms at 37 Howe street; every convenience, 4tt DKSIKAHLK " FURXISIIEIi nnins, all moiiern oonvea lencen. ia lt'. W WALL WTIIKET. to nuxt, AHANDRfiMEI.V fufulsuod frurtt room, at Wblte li iiiho Kliitu, , . WlUltAXD AVKXUE, ttuSl tf aecond floor, right. TO LET, QFI'ICE, irood lluht, meam hmt. ttii llf TIIEUKUHUB H. I-Oftp CO, KOK I tIC X T, SECOXD 'Irior, "1 room., luodnrn Improve-.- ""!L""u. M 1. THIBP tTHfcET.; I'OltTtENT." T OWEIt tenement at 111 Dwiirht strwoti inou-rn eimvcnlenees. 1 7tilt 1'Oit RKNT. QEVEN rnomK. lai Ft. Jobu street. lir;;rovc- K. uirmi ; UUIIIIV. S3U, Kniiulrc 4il TKMHLK Kl ItEr.T. KOK HALK, VIUSTlaa fiirnij would excuanc for A TLE, Olij- propi-nv. liupilroof li. A. IHIOI.IT noe New llnvi n Wheel Co. KOli RENT. AFL'ItXISHUL) front room at e3i" 84 PABK STREET. KOli KENT, CjlX rnnuw on Nond lloor In homo ,1M O Ueorgi'tr-t. Itini Inquire of D. A. ULAKE8- LICE. ; b. 614 OiKirge n'rL-et 111 it FOB RENT, ICUNIKHKI) ,UU30 , Bishop street, Orst from Wullney avenue. Apply ou premlte.. ,H 7t KOR RENT, IIHoTand second floors, suitable forstunll 1 famine', .oi-atwl on Dwlg 't .treet. .ssuit impm-oat 'iSHoWESTUKET. KOIt RENT. IN private lamlly. pleasant room, with board, liir mini aud wife, or two gentle men; also taihe 11 ;tra; slljrAddrif8 location ventral. DAY, Courier olHce. FOR SALE, JX Iike Place, two new brick houses, mod ern liiiDi-ovciiiuiiia. 13 rnome: nlsn build. Inaluta. J.D. l'LUNKETT. iipH 1 f 49 Clmrch BU'eel,, Iloom TO LET, ;MlONT ulHoe, lits Orange street I' lTtt E. H. HOWDITCK. TO LET, IWOoonncct'ng rooms, nicely furnished, A with prlvnte bith, for gentlemen, in strictly private family. 24 71 :) OHAXOE STUEBT FOR KENT, IN West Haven, three pleasant unfurnished rooms, siiltiiblo for housekeeping, one block from steam oar station and electrlo c 'rs ; with bai n, if desired. Enquire corner Washington avenue and Ueorge street, West Hiven. g-4)2tt FOR RNT. Ot'SE 14? I'ortsra street. R moms. Im provements. House 139 Portsea street. 1 inn, rinr, ,tn iowara avenue, 1 rooms, Improvements. Apply 1-27 OKAXGE STREET, a-4t corner Chapel, room 1. FOB RENT, A LOVELY corner apiirtment, steam heated, perfect in ail appointments, complete Janitor's service, N2S per year. JOHN" 0 AY, Normaodle. cor. York s2l tf and (ieorge. or iiitl Chapel street. FOR RENT, FURNISHED h mse, desirably located tn western part, of tho city, very near two oar lines; bouse has unusual sun exposure, modern conveniences. In perfect, order and is ful y furnished ; U rooms. Address si tf WRIGHT, Post Office. BEST RENTS IN city, $16 and 13), all appointments and conveniences ; artistic moiel homes, en trances and all accommodations separata; six rooms, verandas, balconies, batb rooms, ranges, .hot and cold water, gas, etc., nicely decorated ; select families only ; Stats street cars. Apply SulBtf 887 FERRY, COH. ENGLISH. FOR RENT, DENTAL parlors and operating rooms. No. 6 Elm street, tor. ttate. second ntvv front. The finest suite In the citv. fnrmnrlr occupied by Dis. Fuller and Wllmot for past U"-een years, wun an mooern conveniences. In DerfdOt orders D.igsession given immndi. ateiy. Appiy on premises. 81 tf FOR RENT, FOUR five-room flats, with batb rooms, steam heat and all lmnrovcmenU! locu tion central. Flats entirely separate from each other. Small family preferred, and rent reasonable. Enquire JOHN HOG AN, 189 Columbus avenue, au7 tf corner Liberty street. For Rent, Furnished, NO. 1169 Chapel street, cor. of Park street ; fully furnished, witu all modern im provements. CHARLES H. WJ1BB, 850 Chapel Street. Open Mohday and Saturday evenings'. FOR SALE. FOUR or five good horses; would exohange for real estate. GEORGE A. ISBELL, 787 Chapel street. New Havon, Conn. FOR SALE, A GOOD PAYING HOUSE. Would take a building lot or farm In ez- ennngo. R. E. BALDWIN, 818 Chnpel street. dw Atwater Street House. ITtOR sale or to exchange for lot in elty; fine j houso, good lot; barn on place. FOB RENT. Several good places. CHAS. D.NICOLL&CO.. 82 Churoh street, (Benedict Building), room 15. Evenings from 7 to 8. ' BUY A BUILDING LOT Now While Prices Are Low.' CITY LOTS, SHORE LOTS, SUBURBAN LOTS. EDWARD M. CLARK, 131 CHDBCH 6THEET, Evenings T to 8. Room 18. WestvillB to Have Rapid Transit. BUILDING lota pn Main. Fountain. West Prospect, Wlllard, Alden, Barnctt, and other desirable residence streets in Weetvllte. for sale at prloes ranging from tiro to ton cents per square foot, mow is tne time to buy. For partlaiuars call ou or addros. H. O. PARDEE. nlStf . 122 Fountain street, Westvillo. FOR SALE, A HOUSE on Olive street, near Chapel St.; lot 50x20). Price will be made low and terms very easy to a prompt buyer. MERWIN'S 1... ;;' ) l.; . ; Best Estate OOcb, i S28 '.j o: b- 769 Chapel street FOR SALE, Ten-Room House on Chestnut -J -,,':; v " Street. 1 .. - - ... ... '. "',... .-'.'.-. Uti:xl80 feet, ( JOHN C.PUNDERFORD, U Church Street, Open tTeoiogs. One Cent a Word ouch Insertion, fire cents u Word for it full Week, sovon times. W A XT Kit. ACT!. '; 4lmu't to li:indle our line, u i . peddllMg, Saiary J 5 por month and ex. pvum 1 si 1 10 all, iiood eniire y now. Ap iiy .ii.ck y I'. U. UOX sSoS, .'iiil' lli.Mon, Mass. WANTED. i --- "."I i"i i tfv.-nv mil wunary J. work ; must liiivutltv rerrr.eo s7 Hi An.ily at. it lio'.V ESft'EKT. W i'fc".'..'.-. SITUATION hyayuiing Sw-dlih alrlto do VBilmiii no,, j .u,...L- ..r do geiieen. lion's work Inquire at suviibAitHLKr AVKM,K. tip stairs W'AVI'VIl (tllil, fcrsecoMl work nud' to help ukoesre 7 f young ublld. An1Hv .1i 7.1 I'KA III, STREET. r wa"xted, TJLACF.Iinmnllf-iinlly to do second work A or assist In enonil housowork. Address r27" J., this oilic. IV.tNTKri ONE toolmnker nn I oue ma.?hlnlrt. first, class men only App.v ui once. HuiVAVoS 10 MI'O. CO.. -T-f Wal liigtord, Conn. WANTED, V -?"J'G dl'rl A l, w yeaiV exporleaes .iV deslrin position. Address " 1:.. txiurlrroOce. WANTED, A GOOD girl for general housework; ref. UX. iruicc. Apply ill '37 Ut t 409 TEMPLE STREET WANTED, SITUATION by :i respectable girl to do eon. eral hou.suwoi k or cooking In small nrl. vute family; good refcrrni e S.-7 111 liasrtljlsi UF.I'.T. upstairs. WANTED, I-'IRST-classonok. full between l-'and. 11.1 davkmniht avenue. A WAN I E D, SiTI'ATlOX by young girl for second work or general housework In small family. Lull ut present nluco, A" "' Ii YORK STREET. WANTED, COMPETENT girl for general bouse XV. work. Apply b to 7 p. m. ' ' IS SYLVAN AVENUE. WANTED, SITUATION by competent girl In general .... housework In small fauillv: best rnfir. cure. Address, lt ISA DeWITT STREET. WANTED, BYacoinpotentyoung man, situation u lanluir, waiter, or take care of furuaoe: best reference. Address -t73ti he ST. JOHN STREET. WANTED, SITUATION by competent glrlln general b usjwork: bill r ferenoes. Inquire -t'- 101 PUTNAM STRKET. WANTED, VGOOD tinner. D1SLEY Sc WETAND. s2'iltt Waterbury, Conn. WANTED, JOBBING Jeweler, accustomed to new work ; also apprentice boy to learn trade. 824 4t Apply ,:t,HH APELST..ionm 17. WANTED. SITUATIONS for Sivojlsh cooks, laundress. O es, waitresses, general lions, work girls. SWEDISH EMPLOYMENT AGENCY s24 7t 175 Meadow sti eet. WANTED, BY a gentleman graduule of four years' standing, room with or without board In private family. Address GRADUATE, Courier Office. WANTED, FIBST-CLASS household help, also situs, tions for such. MRS. BABB, a"S3&t lag Court street. WANTED, BY" a competent girl, a situation to de housework or will do cooking and lauu dry work in a private family. I have also an Inexperienced girl, strong and able to Ho housework. BARTHOLOMEW'S, 51 Orange street, Gnudefroy's Old Stand. WANTED, J EVERYBODY ncedlngservantstocall here. li We supply all the best. Wo have sorted out and discarded most of the useless class. These seek new offices j(where they oeo not knf wn), which are springing up constantly. We have been here years and use Judgment, selecting only those that will do the work re quired. We have the finest facilities and can serve you bettor than anvone else. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. au 775 Chapel street. FOR SALE. CORNING top buggy, first-class maksst cheap. Jyd) tf BOX 334, PATENT STOVE BRICK. ARR A NTED one year. sl8 2.1t 701 STATE STREET. 141 ORANGE OPEN M ONDAY-Saturday evenings. Antique ana mooern goods. sua ".vj, FOR SALE, BICYCLE In Hue order, pneumatlo tire, at halt price. Address jsl4tf A. B Courier Offloe. WILLIAM E. CHANDLER, RINGING, Piano and Organ. s5Bm 33 HOADLi'.Y BUILDtNg. LOST, "VKSTERDAY morning, a black and whttf X mole cat, pug nose, deaf, fur very sleek) Liberal reward if returned, dead or olive, w s26 8tt ffl HJG H STREBf , LOST, LAST Thursday, on Howard avenue be. twoen Park aud Washington streets, black crochet b -k ooutoinlng gold eyeglasses. Reward if returned to BWgt M8 HOWARD ANKN1TB. AUCTION SALE. THURSDAY, Septembor 37, at lOa.nt, at ' IV) Meadow street, Brussels and Inraia onrpets, furniture, silver platn, croekerv, eta, s2H8t B. BOOTH, Aiiotionear, 3,500 WEIGHT OF BLUE FISH A ND sea trout. B ueflsh tic, sea trout 5a, 1 large Long Island scollops :.Hc per quart, OLD GUANUA V E. l'lH BOAT. s38iM all this wet. B. G. RUSSELL, Architect, 852 Chapel St r a at. WE PART COMPANY WITH what's left of our high grade "Tourist" bicycles at ihe rateof idg for Koadsrers and $44 for Score tew. If you can beat that price ou any giuranteed wheel, you won't bother with u. But oun you 1 s-'Otf MALLiEY. NE1SLY St 00. CHAS. H. BROMLEY, MAKER, of Violins, Double Bases, eSa. New and Old Violins for sole, HepaQw ing a specialty. Hows reholred. Inatruotloa given on the Violin. Terms moderate 84 tf 253 ORCHARD ST., New Haven, Ct.. FOR SALE, BLACK walnut marble t-jp altar, pedestals platforms, officers' and members' ouaive compieTD quui. .u.iauiQ 101 ruuieiy use. jp jy'M tr Tub Uli a P (SI, STB SUPERFLUOUS HAIR . PERMANENTLY removed by eleotrlo nee dies ; perfect success warranted. Fee further particulars address ai'giftt T P. O. BOX Ml.- SAMPLES MEN'S FINE SHOES i retail ; also shoes made to order. , JOYCE SHlB Co.. s-UIt m Chanel. ' CLAIRVOYANT . . . T EAB1NG3 on all Private and Business I A iinsm MKinr a t wm.-'. ai....I? "wusuttatioa in person or by lot tar. : MARY J. WKIUHT.JLB- apstly oaee,TtuieHaiUGbuieait) i-1,1 - t 1 V