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NEW HAVENMORNING JOURNAL AND COimTER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3 1894.
fcisfoiisoiS OPENING. Wednesday, 8 A. M. to 0 P. M. Thursday, 6 A. M.to 0 P.M. Dollar's worth of msrohandlao on display Is from our regular stook. No borrowed flnsry. Bargains for 2 Days 900 000 Bleaohsd and Craam Tabls Dam ask, 62 Inohss wide. Regular prloa, 50o. and 680. 39o. a yard. Glass Towels, 38x18 Inoh, usually 12 - ' 7o. aaeh. Grey Wool Blankets In 1o-4 six. Regularly $1.25. 90o. a pair. Man's Hslf Hose In tans and blaok, seamless, triple heel and toe. Cheap at 12Ko. 80. a pair. Puritan Pins, full count, and best AmerlosnPln. Usually 10o. 60. a paper. Box of 3 oakea of Bouquet Toilet Soap spring, summer, autumn and winter-always 26o. ' 12o. abox. Box of eholoe Stationery. Regular 25o. value. . 14o. a box. Foster, Paul fc Co.'s oelebrated 7 hook "Wllllem " Glaoe and Suede Kid Glove, In tsns, mode and black. Standard prioe, $1.25. '---75o. a pair. All Ladles' and Children's Hosiery Of all kinds. Usually 200. a pair. 17o. pair. All Ladles' 25o. Handkerohlefs of every kind, at 1 7o. eaoh. . RealOstrloh Boss, 54-lnoh length, worth $13.50. $9.00 each. IN DRESS GOODS, SILK8, BLACK GOODS, LACES AND WASH GOODS. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. Startling - w Moso KOAL. I am now delivering Koal in .llMai jiiaaAA finm Cellar UllCUt uum nayuii. niuiu mi dirt and buy of . W.F.GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opposite Postofflce, 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. NEW GOODS, flew. Self-Raisins Buckwheat, Griddle Cake and Self-Raising Flour. Ifew Maple Syrup in quart bottles and gal lon cans, warranted strictly pure New Sugar House Syrup. New Kock Candy Drips. We hare just added to our stock of Beef Ex tracts Armour's YIGORAL. Ask to see it, AT THE BOSTON GROCERY, ! N. A. FULLERTON, Prop'r, 626 Chapel Street, corner of Temple. dranch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street The Prices are Low. The Assortment Large. Fine Mattings. 1 ; Did it erer occur to you that a good Matting is the cheapest to buy ? Ours are rery cheatf in price and extra good in quality. HEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO., 'J- CARPETTNGS AND DRAPERIES, h . j . 68, 70 and 72 Orange Street. CLOSED SATURDAYS AT 12 M.lDURESCr JULT ATO' A.VQVST. ENTIRE NEWLTtfE '.. ; 7 Of Cocr and Window Draperies-Specialties in Sash Kats and Picco Gpcds. As oompetent workmen as there are in the city-can be found ., in our employ. y Window Shades of erery price and quality, 10,000 in stock. . THE IQifE VUm ( : 4 ' - 604 Chapel-Street, 1 1 - VERMONT MAPLE SYRUP!! Strictly Pure. Made from tl 0 Maple Bop, not melted from so-caixid map sugar, we oner It for tl.OO per gallon 1 lu plain bottle 6 to gallon, 25o each In fanoy wblto flint bottles, 800 each. Tnls we bought In the ilr.g and have bad It In cold storage all summer. It Is jut right. A larco stook ot Hamburg Canned Tomatoes, Hamburg Canned Font, Hamburg Canned Stringies yeans, we be leve these oanned goods have no su perior In any market. CHEESE. New Grass Edam. Roquefort, Sap- sago, Knllsh Dairy, Neufohatel, Club house, Mlller'aCauadlanParagon three size jars. Brandy Cbeeae In Jars sso eaon. A choice soft, buttery fu.l oream whlto choese. as fine as we have ever sold i 40 boxes of 8op;mbor make. New White Clover Honey, X lb boxes. Now Layer Figs. A larr e stock of KENEDY'S BIS CUITS Just received from the factory, perfect y fresh, consisting In part of ; Newtons, Marshmaliow Bjnbons, Al berts, Afternoon Tea, Bnacon Hills, Cream Leaves, Lexingtons, Cooonnut Creams, Bijou Dessert. Coooanut Taffy, Vanilla Creams, Su.tana Fruit, Ice Creams, Chocolate Bars, Bar Harbors, Thin Water, Soolety, Banquets, Cham pions. A good stook of Chooolate, Lemon, VanLla and Raspberry Wafers, 25o box. N. B.Our store will be open every eveninc until 7 o'clock, ex cepting Saturday, until lurther notice. THE Cor. Church and Elm Streets, OFFER Spring Lamb-Choic. Beef and Mutton. Spring Broilers, Ducklings. Chlokens, Squabs. Sweetbreads and Calf's Liver. Also Fresh Native Vegetables In full variety, and a full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Branob store at Woodrnxrat, containing a full line of tbe above goods. Telephone call 80, bags and carried into the tsvio finn AtniH oil 4 !. I Hot CO MINIATURE ALMANAC. OCTOBER S. SUM Ri.bs. ' 41 1 ams. t-M MoohSsts, I BIOS) W4TSS, 1M Sum DEATHS. BUtELL-In thU city, October U. aarab Aumu, ue ot swans auk.ii, Pi ay em at bar lata home. S3 Stevens street. iaurauay raorum, uutouar tn, at i o'oIook. 1 be rem. nt will be taken to New London, Conn., for tutor meat. MAULNK LUt. CfXpORT 0? NEW UATEH. CUtASSD. Bob E. M. Reed, Friuur, Phils. H-b Loduska, Beiatty, N Y. Son Wary MoCbo. MoOsbo. N. V. Seta tiorouon aud Lulian, Cobb, N. T. Bon Ireue, Minty, N. V. KOK ttAlK OR KJKNf, HOUSE la West Hsron, modem lmprore. meuU. Apply to JOHN UKON. tiU 7t IK) lieurse street. OF four room., front oorner, balls fur nlahed, ruut mortorate. . NOTH'K. THE annual meet I off of the atookboMers of the New Haven Tontine Co.. wtl. be held at tbe offoe of c. 8. Tbomp.oD. Mo.dley build Ion. Thursday, October at .30 o'olook, p.m. AN OPKN OUACH . AND four-in-hand from tbe White Houie, contMlnlair Uvln. model, and herald. will rid. tbrouifh our arcnue. Thurtday afwrnoon and evening. Opening Wednesday and Thin W.ty, a.oo WedmvdHy erenins the WHITE HotE, (CtS to Sit Graud svenue. oT SUPERFLUOUS HAIR PERMANENTLY removed by eleotrio nee dle.; perfect suooeu warraates. For further pirtloular. addres. o3 tt T. O. BOX Ml. DOG LOST, WHITE hound, black ears ; liberal re ward. Return to . olim 101) SYLVAN AYENPB. Gardener. ATHOROCGHLY oomp -tent gardener In all braoebes of horticulture wants first claM place. German. Beet references from Gcrma.iy snd this oountry. Address, 03 Tf GARDENER. Tula Offloe. LOST, ON Tuesday morning, rent. 34, a blnrk and white male oat. B auk back and toll, wnlte breaat, stomach and leca, Irnire plnkey white eara, pug- nose, deaf; very alteky fur. Ten dollars reward If returned dead r allro snd no quesUons asked. Si HIGH STREET, citf "SUCCESS" POTATO DIGGER, CCLTI v ATOR and HlUer combined, To KTeateat farm tool made aud very low In price. oi 8 5 LINSLBY. HOOT CO. FOR RENT, 82 Trumbull Street, . First-olsss In every respect, JOHN C.PUNDERFORD, US Cburoh street. DENTISTRY. G. H.GIDNEY, 797 Chapel St., North aide. Six doors below Orange.eetabllehed 1871. Den tistry In all its brsnones. Prices the lowest consistent with nrat-claaa work. COMMERCIAL AND MANUFAC TURING INTERESTS. THE committed on oommerolal snd manu facturing interests will hold meeting In room 7, olty ball, on Friday, October 5, 1804, at 8 p. m for the purpose of considering tbe petltlo of L. W. Matthews et al. for a publlo pier between City Point and First avenue. All persons interested in the foregoing' are hereby notifl.d to be present and be beard tbtreon without further notice. Per order 0 J. Rabanus, Chairman. Attest- ED WARD A. Bl'K clET, Assistant City Oerk. District of Branf ord, ss. Probate Court, ) Ootober 2d, A. U. 1894. f ESTATE of PRINCE B. WARNER, late of Branf ord. in said district, deceased. Upon application of Abert Wa-ner. by bis attorn y, William A. Wri ht, praying that administration may be granted on said entato, as per application on file more fully appears, it is ' ORDERED That said application be beard and determined at the Probate offloe in Branford, In said district, on tbe 6th day of October, A. D. 1804, at 10 o'olook in the forenoon, and that notice be given ot the pendency of ga d application and trie time and place of hearing thereon by publishing the same three times in some newspaper having a circulation in said district. oJ3t WALTER FOOTE. Judge. Bought and Sold. The Chas. W. Scranton Co., BROKERS, U CENTER STREET, TOUR COLD CASH Will buy our new $3.00 Piooadilly and Razor Toe Genuine Goodyear Welt Calt Bailor , , $2.85. And for 3.85 we can show .yen Razor Toe Calf Bal far superior" to many Shoes sold at $5.00. ' a 1 All goods marked down to a strictly -CASH . PRICK, - : A. B. &REEWO0E 773CHAPE(l$TREfT.( Store closed Evenings,- exoept Monday .. -and Saturoy. - -;. f OH and ww 8HEPPS PHOTO OTtlPHR n THS WORLD and WOBUrB JAD1 that . J ctveawaK- - - - ... - -, 1 BSrTMKTAIMXKSTa. v mrperton. "Charley's Aunt." which will be pre sented to-night has six distinct and complete lov stories In It, so that the "heart Interest." so much sought sfter by the publlo and manager Is sbundant In this farce. Tns company Is the origins! one that has had such a long run In New Tork at the Standard theater, and Includes W. J. Fcrgunon, Frsnk Burbeck, Percy Lyndal. 12. 8. Abeles, Etlenne Geradot, lUrry Llf- ford. James Watson, Elite Wilton. Gen evieve Rollo,Nannette Comnuck snd Marlon Young. The whole of the spuclal scenery and properties used In tho New York production will be used here. Sale of seats now open. Nod Harrlgan will produce tho great success, "Rellly and the 400." on Thurs day evening. The motive of the play Is a satire on the New York aristocracy and their ways.. The Bowery scenes are transferred to the stage with all of Harrlgan's old time nervous energy and vigor. The play will bs presented by a most excellent cast, and the lovers of the old time Harrlgan will turn out In force to give him a warm reception. Sale of seats now open. Friday night next Miss Lillian Lewis will present her grand spectacular pro duction of "Cleopetra,"Ballets.premlers, the big storm scene, living pictures and scenery add greatly to the uttractlve ness of the play. The sale of seats opens this morning.' The great and only Lottie Collins at the head of "The Lottie Collins Trouba dours" will appear on Saturdny night. The company Includes a long list of first clsss artists. The performance will close with a new farcical operetta spec ially written for Lottie Collins, entitled "The Devil Bird." Sale of scats opens to-morrow morning. Grand Opera House. Another large audience witnessed the Ous Hill's novelties last evening. The entire list of performers is com posed of high class artists, and each one Is engaged for his or her special act. The company is one of the finest that has been seen in this city In this line. There will be a matinee to-day, and the closing performance comes this even ing. Bob Fltzsimmon's Comedy and Vau deville company will appear to-morrow evening. The following well known ar tists will appear: Bob Fltzsimmons.Jim Dwyer, the Fltzslmmons family In their unique musical comedy; Little Flo Perry, the eight-year-old child wonder, and many others. Sale of seats now- open. Frohman's "Jane" will be presented the last two nights of this week with a most excellent company. The farce is one of the best on the road, and has been witnessed by large audiences in all cities wherever presented. Foil's Wonderland Theater. It Is a great bill that is presented at Poll's Wonderland this week. M'lle Rlalta,- the French dancer, makes s great hit with her dance catyed the "Fire Dance." Nothing -more entranc ing has ever been presented on the Wonderland stage. The National Trio make themselves favorites at onoe. Tbe parodies and comicalities introduced in the course of the act catch the popular fancy, and they are recalled again and again. The other features of the bill axe good without a single exception, and King Momus holds high carnival this week at Poll's. Killed in Atnbush. The Hague, Oot. 2.-1A dispatch from Batavia saws that a detachment of Dutch troops on the island of Lonibok were decoyed into ambush a few days ago and a captain and a lieutenant were killed and a considerable number of soldiers were killed and wounded. Chinese Kcmoving Treasures. ' London, Oct. 2. The Daily News prints a dispatch under a Vienna date states that the Chinese government is removing from Moukden all tbe treas ures stored there and taking them to Jehol, whither the emperor, Hleu Jong, fled in 1880, because of his being pursued by the English and French armies. INTERFERE WITB JSLECTBICITT. Order Promulgated by Road Commission ers Will Affict Dliwell Avenue Ho ad. Important action will probably be taken at the meeting of the board of publlo works this evening, which will probably prevent the electrical equip ment of the Dixwell avenue road this year a.t least. The board of public works has decided that they will not allow the road to do any paving after Novem ber 15, and as the officials of the road claim that it will be Impossible to com plete the work at that time, and unless they are granted an extension' of time the work will necessarily have to go over until spring. " 'Mayor Sargent. City Engineer Kelly, and Street Superintendent Doyle all de clare that It Is absolutely necessary that the work o paving must be done at the latest by November 15, as after that date the frost gets Into the ground and it Is absolutely Impossible to lay pavements In the streets as they should be laid. Personal, D. H. Carter, who has been tbe Derby agent for Halsted & Harmount, whole sale lumber dealers of New Haven, since he left the Derby Building com pany, has been promoted by his firm. Mr, Carter now covers a much larger territory than formerly. His route will now .comprise the greater part of south ern New England and New Tork state to tbe Hudson river. Mr. Carter from long experience Is well versed in tbe lumber business and his services are ap preciated by his employers. Rollin S. Woodruff, with. C..S. Mersiok & Co. of New Haven, will sail for Eu rope on the Majestic to-day, to be ab sent about six or eignt weeks, on a trip of business and pleasure.-He will be ac companied by C. M. Jarvls, president of the Berlin Bridge company. ' .The many friends of Rev. fc. W. Bab- cock, who was formerly of this city. will be pleased to learn .that be 'will remain and continue as rector of the Calvary Episcopal church. In Stoning-. ton, Tbe parish hat refused to accept his resignation offered by him-on re ceiving a call to Pawtucket and after giving the matter careful consideration a. aW'deolded to remain, : -a IT LOOKS LIKS HUBBARD. X.it BE SOMl XATZU BT DKXOCXAI ortXT" mariner. The Counties Will bs Held In Vera Ball. 1 his City, This Aits s wo-Sam. of La Grand Bavin rronoMd a sry Strong llapablleaa to t'hooM b.rln. Merlden, Oot. 3. The democrat of tho Sixth district will have their sena torial convention In New Haven to morrow afternoon. The Merlden Jour nal says: "In the face of the result of yesterday's elections In all tho towns In this district thore Is not very great Inducement for a man to take the nomination. If Mayor Ives would accept hs would be the first choice of every delegate, but he will not and it looks now as If Hernion fc. Hubbard or this city would be the choice, as the district favors a Merlden man." There Is no doubt of the election or George A Smith of Walllngford as chairman of the district committee ana member of the state committee, with Fred Rosellus of this city and H.T .Hol- comb of Cheshire as the other two mem bers of the district committee. Tho Merlden delegates are William Balzer. chairman: James Cowing, L. L. Sawyer, R. T. Challfoux. W. H. Burke. Attorney Richard Oleeson, August Maschmeyer and J. C. Hins dale." The republican county convention will be held In Veru hall. New Haven, to morrow morning at 11 o'clock. It was stated this evening that Charles R. Spiegel of New Iluven would probably be named for sheriff. Freshman Football Meeting. A freshmen football meeting was held in Alumni hall Inst evening and was largely attended. Bay lias, '9$, was elect ed president of the association, and Greenway, '97 S., vice president. STREET'S PERFECTION WHEATINE delights the pal ate, strengthens the digestion and "gives to every power a doable power. PARLOR ST0VES.I We are now prepared to show you the largest assortment of Parlor Stoves to be found lb the olty,' comprising all tbe latest- detljns snd tbe most eco nomical and powerful beaters in the market to-day. . Fire Place Q-oods IN GREAT .VARIETIES. Brass Andirons', Black Iron Andirons, Brass Fire Sets, Black Iron Fire Sets, Hearth Brushes, Portable Grates, Fire Screens, etc Gas Fixtures In great varieties. New designs arriv ing daily. Our stock Is now complete and prices low. Sanitary Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water thating, A SPECIALTY. ' THE ARNOLD CO. STATE AND CROWN STREETS. AUCTION SALE - OF REAL ESTATE. IN pursusnoe of orders of the Probate court for the district of New Haven, the undersignedwill sell at publlo aucti in (un less previously disposed of at private sile), for and on -account :f Robert T. Merwiu, executor estate of George Hotohklss, 2d, the desirable Building It on Leonard, near Summer street Said lot is 0il70 feet deep, more or less. Bale will take piaoe on the- premises at 10 o'clock Tuesday Horsing, Oct. ad, 1894. Terms made knpwn at time of sale. EDWARD C. BEECHER, S27 6t - Licensed Auctioneer. AUCTION" SALE OF HOUSEHOLD' FURNITURE IN EAST HAVEN. mtTir. i.YiAaMHintMl. will Mil t mihlln fetiAitnM 1 at the late residence of J. Woodward ThbmpsMi, (at the loot of tbe hill at ealt in stall lake, on the roao to Branford and with in tbree minutes' walk from-tbe eleotrio oar, first stopping place after passing East Haven Greet!,) consisting-In part of Parlor Furniture ' Mahogany Stands, Tables and Bureaus, looking Glasses, ...'." ,,' Feather Beds, Bedding,, Carpets, etc., etoi , , i ; Sale will oommenceatt 't . ....... o'clock Wednesday Morning, Oct. 3d, And continue until sold. EDWARD C. BEECrfER, s2T8t , ; Uoenaed Auctioneer. for: saiev . HOUSE on Olive street, near Ohapel st.i lot soxttkl. Prioe will tie made low and era ma very, easy to a prompt buyer. MERWIN'S , (iesi Estate Oilier' . , .. , 'l&Cfaaps streei jit cat gstatc. TO ItKXT, PM.EAAANT ftirnlabol ronms st 87 Howe strert-tviry ounvuUiioe. tf TO ItKMT. AMAN'nsnMKI.Y furnKbed front room, st White II ni Kuu, BJl OUA.NU AVKU b, auli tf iuni Hnor. rtfht. KOH RKST. SECOND floor, & rooms, modern lmnroe- TlllltltTHEET. .'4.1 IIL'VT SECOND flimr on Pwlrht .treet. inmilre St fr OK KLNT, SIX mom.. tlrt rtimr, hut and enM water, st 1UKAHI rKAHLttlllKKT. 1 it nuar Qrnii I nvi'inie. FOlMtKNr, IJ'IBST tlor, lx riinms, snd one on third, " .11 llliirnM'iin'iil Mild )iy coiivrnlent, ;ti4tUEUMAN AVKNI'K, T 7t near Whiilli-y. h'OH UK NT, SEVEN' rooms, ISl IH. John street. Improve nient. ; aduli., Unnulre ol Tt t 4M T K M PLEaTHPBT. MlC Ki-.M'. IN private fnuilly, plmutnt room, with board, for man and wlte, or two irentlo mm; also tat.U h uinl; Inoatlon contrnl, jiUtf AildriMS HAY, Courier ulHi-e. KOK 8ALK7 T' Lake Place, two new brick houses, mod 1 eru iuiproviuueots, 13 ro.iins; aiw iiullU-ina-lou. J. D. PLUNKETT, apU tf 40 Ch'irch street, Itwim VOK SAI.K OK TO It KMT, TUB bouse No. H Trumbull stroet. Inquire on the pri-mlsc. aas't KI KMSUKI) ROOMS T 78 Oranirn street, near '-Kensington." L Inquire Iwiween 7 and S p. m. hm it KOK Ut-NT, if! iyQ CHAPEI, street: rooms with water. tlmt tldiir. Addria. s7f HOX 014. city. KOK KENT, HOtTSE with 9 rooms, 130 Chestnut street; Enquire ut a lit 127 CHESTNUT 8TUUET. KOK KKNT, A TENEMENT nf alx rooms on second 1Y floor In bouse 15 Foster street. Inuulro on the nrenilst, or S'Jlt ' SS 1.TUN DTKHEl. FOR RENT, LOVELY corner apartment, steam heated, perfect in all aunolntments. A 00 111 plot e innitor s nervine, f 435 per year. . juii.v u.ii, normandio, cor. lorn aSltt and George, or Hit! Clmpel street. BUST KKNTS IN city, flA and 521, all appointments and convenience : urtlsllu 1110 lei homm. en trances aud all arcommodHtlons xcptirate; six rooms, verandas, balconies, bath rooms, ranges, hot and cold water, gas, etc., nicely decorated ; select families only ; Bute street ears. Appiy aulBtf 2S7 FERRY. OOR. ENGLISH. KOK KKNT, DENTAL parlors and operating ronms. No. tt Elm street, cor. rbite. Hecund sturv front. The finest suite lu the city, formerly occupied by Drs. Fuller and Wllmot for past niieen years, wun an moaern conveniences. In perf er,l order : poxsesslon alvun lmmedl- ately. Apply on premises. f-U tf KOK KENT, TjlOCR five-room flats, with bath rooms, Ij steam heat and all Improvements; loca tion central. Flats entirely separate from eaoh other. 6mall family preferred, and rent reasonable. Enquire JOHN HOG AN, 189 Columbus avenue, au7tf corner Llbeity street. For Rent, Furnished, NO. 1180 Chapel street, cor. of Park street ; fully furnished, with all modern im provements. CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Open Monday and Saturday evenings. FOR SALE. FOUR or five good horses; would exchange for real estate, GEORGE A. ISBELL, 787 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. FOR SALE, A GOOD PAYING HOUSE. Would take a building lot or farm in ex change, K. E. BALDWIN, . d&w 818 Chapel street. BUY A BUILDING LOT Now While Prices Are Low, CITY LOTS, SHORE LOTS, SUBURBAN LOTS. EDWARD M. CLARK, 181 CHURCH STREET, Evenings 7 to 8. Room 18. RENTS. COTTAGE, Niooll, St vens, Munson, 'Woos ter, Dwight, Fortses streets, and Grand avenue. MONEY TO LOAN at 5 per cent. CHAS. D.NICOLL & CO., 82 Church street, (Benedlot Building), room 15. Evenings from 7 to 8. Westville to Have Rapid Transit. BUILDING lots on Main, Fountain. West Prospect, WiUard, Alden, Barnett, and other desirable residence streets in WestvlUe, for sale at prices ranging from two to ten cents per square foot. now is toe ume w ouy. For particulars call on or address H. C. PARDEE, nl3tf 122 Fountain street, WestvlUe. 333 - Two-family House, 181 JAMES STREET, $3,250. One Cent a Word each insertion, fits cent. Word for a full Week, seven lines. WANTED, ACOM TTKNTirlil s p ltln ss eoolr or diiUundry work. " f ir iw. da'. J' .A!ty Li:.M HTKKtlT. W A N I K l7 ASITI'ATION li young glrltodor" eiol hon , rk In a nr vat. ramlly, ll'l'iL'.'i' " 1 1 1 ' E AHT gTHKKf. WAXT1-D, VKITCATION ,y cmip .tnntrtrl to dn oPiind work in . private fitmliy. 0o4 vn3 riMriiiTi., i.iiii M tut Ul VOTIK STREET. WANTKD. CAI'.ni.P. niimn to lake care of grow. t 1 K c.ilidr.'ii audaotm with chamber work and miwiitH. Apply hi-twix n 10 and It ni'liH-k t nil t 1 11 I' It SPKi T !T. wami;i. KITITATION to oixik.wniih snd Iron, or 4 l 'mi iiuuHcwnrK. ii h'O nwrfnees. 1 mi a .wl If 47S t:l'KL M'KKhT. WAMKI), rplIK Motropnlli in 1,1 10 Insurance Co.'S 1 piillcv hiihler. i know thai the Mew Ha ven M1tt'i Is now at IM'nmvh tre t. ";llt JOHN AliAMH.Sun't. WAMKI). SMAt.L rent f r family of three; central. "i'-l't ,-IIKitMAV A VENT K. WAMKI), SITUATION bv yoiinu O rman girl. It yinm, In tak,' .'ircur rbldrei. Kefer. nifiti. Iiiiiilre. il ll Wn MINiiKlAVK WAMKI), CJ'TrATlOX bv two coiniii'ieiit girls, one M if ,t tl., ..,. ii... .. roforciioo. Inquire ".III" :WKAT8T n AM'KI), srri'ATION hv 11 I'limililn rrlrl irAn .-w- fl. unil work and walling in a private fanu lly. Call for two duyn sill 171 PrTXAM STREET. WAN 1 Kl), POSITION as hoim keeper or as a nurse nndcoinpiinion for mi Invalid, lnouire ill rmirier olMee furreferi-nci. o;7it1 WAMKI), SITUATION by two Hcntch trirla in gwirle. uiiin's riuully, one as nurse and the other as second help. Itcfi ronuiw and inforinntlon can lie bad Irani Mrs. Junius Mustnrde.lH Crown Hi reet. oUilt WANTED, SITUATION by a rompetent girl to d. Lffeneriil housework. Pieane call at a-'f i7 WAI.I.At'E (TKEET, WAM'KU, A COMPETENT woman to do the work; fnr n ftittil v nt lurn Uofniun,,. Munl.aJ I all after 2 p. oi., lat floor us si" is .mri.UM !"TKBHr. WANTED, BOA HI) and room by irinitleman and wife. Price moderate. Must be central. o2tf A. A., Tula Office. WANTED, A ...w n.,v..(D .lfu , I1UIIU UlUDn need apply. Cull at the National if old Inir Box & Paper Oi., oorner Urudley an) William streets. ol tf WANTED, ""EW Haven Employment office, 126 Court 111 street Oood heip In every branch housework. ol 2t Silts. BABB. WANTKD, FIRST-CLASS household help, also situs, tlons for such. MRS. BAUD, au2388t mi Court street. WANTED, ACTIVE salesmen to handle our line, ns. peddling-. Salary t'b per month and ex pen si paid to all. Good entire y new. Ap ply quickly. P. O. liOX SIMM, ausgeod alt Boston, Mass. WANTED, BY a oompetent girl, a situation to do housework or will do cooking and laun. dry work In a private family. 1 have also an Inexperlenoed girl, strong and able to do housework. BARTHOLOMEW'S, 51 Orange street, Oaudefroy's Old Stand. WANTED, EVERYBODY needing-servants to call here. We supply all the best. We have sorted out and discarded most of tho useless olass. ThMA HAclr n. nfllcu. wliarA thov a-n mtt known), which are springing up constantly. We have been here years ana use Judgment, selecting only those that will do the work re quired. We nave tho finest facilities and can servo you better than anvone else. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, au8 775 Chapel street. pMsceliaueous. 1,-ni? aiTi' CORNING top buggy, nrst-class makeri y cheap. BOX sm. PATENT STOVE BRICK. ARHANTED one year. sl8tt. 7;l STATE STREET. FOR SALE, BICYCLE In tine order, pneumatic tire, at half price. Address sl4 tf A. H Courier Offloe. STENOGRAPHER o F experience desires position; owns type. writ r. Accurate, Courier otnoe. olTtr FOR A DESIRABLE OFFICE IN good location, with good light, steam heat, clean building, broad entranoe, Hall, ways lighted by electricity, reasonable price, apply to Ri8 7t THE GEORGE H. FORD COMP ANT. liOSI", YESTERDAY morning, a black and white male cat, pug nose, deaf, fur very sleek. Liberal reward if returned, dead or alive, to s2B 7t.t 22 HIGH STREET, BARGAIN. AN oak suit and a Windsor foldinir bed (U good oondition), to be sold very cheap 28 tf B. BOOTH, 390 State street, CHAS. H. BROMLEY, MAKER of Violins, Double Bases, eta New and Old Violins for sole. Kepalr. .specialty. Bows rehalred. Instruction given on the Violin. Terms moderate. s4 tf 253 ORCHARD ST., New Haven. Ot- FOR SALE, B LACK walnut marble top altar, pedestals, 1 rtlo4"Pi.T(i nffliiiiKi' anil mumKopa' nh nlrl J complete outllt suitable for society use. Appl jyauw iiKUMArmjBxiti.J.j.. FOR SALE, WELL stocked grocery store and meal market, doing flrst-class business: gooo reasons for soiling. Apply to JAMK8P. BRBH, 829 tf Room 6, 828 Cliqpel street. CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on all Private and Business Matters. MEDICAL Woman's diseases Consultation in person or by letter. MARY J. WRIGHT, M. D ap28 ly Office. Tontine Hotel, 148 Church , FOR SALE. CENTRAL residenoe propurty on Cfowi street; lot 49x.s6; house has fourteen rooms and modern conveniences. For par. tlciilara apply to A. N. WHEELEH, ol wt 179 Church street. MESSMWfEl WB OFFER FOR SEPTEMBEB t PLOYER, SfeOT ON OUR 8 SORB, Squabs, Native and Philadelpbisv. -Chicken Grouao from Cliloaga, ' EX A MIKE OUR STOCKS OJF MEATS AND VEGETABLES. 350 and 353 SIATE (STREET, M EMo