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NEW IIA YEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4 1894.
OPENING. . Wadneaday, 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. Thursday, 8 A. M. to fl P.M. uonara worm or merchandise on display la from our regular stock. No borrowed finery. for Bleaohod and Cream Table Dam aak, 62 Inches wide. Regular price, 50o. and 680. 39o. ayard. Glasa Towels. 38x18 Inoh. usually 12Xo. . ' 7o. eaoh. Grey Wool Blanketa In 1o-4 size. Regularly $1.25. 90o. a pair. Men's Half Hose In tans and black, aeamleas, triple heal and too. Cheap at 12Xc 80. m pair. Puritan Pins, full count, and best Amerloan Pin. Usually lOo. 5c. a paper, ' Box of 3 cakes of Bouquet Toilet Soap spring, summer, autumn and winter always 25o. 12o. a box. Box of choice Stationery. Regular 25e. value. 14o. a box, Foster, Paul & Co.'a celebrated 7 hopk "William " Glace and Suede Kid Glove, In tans, mode and black. Standard price, $1.25. 75o. a pair. All Ladles' and Children's Hosiery of all kinds. Usually 25o. a pair. 1 7o. a pair. All Ladies' 25o. Handkerchiefs of every kind, at 1 7o, each. ' Real Ostrich Boas, 54-lnoh length, worth $13.50. - , $9.00 each. IN DRESS GOODS, SILKS, , BLACK GOODS, LACES AND WASH GOODS. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. Bars Startling v U7? m V K0AL. 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 Chtuxji Street, opposite rostofflce, 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. New Self-Raising Buckwheat, Griddle Cak a and Sell-Raising Flour. New Maple Syrup in quart bottles and gal lon cans, warranted strictly pure. New Sugar House Syrup. New Rock Candy Drips. We haye just added to our stock of Beef Ex tracts Armour's VIGORAL. Ask to see it, AT THE ' '"" BOSTON GROCERY, N. A. fULLERTON, Prop'r, 92& Chapel Street, corner of Temple. Branch Store and Market, 1 231 Chapel street The Prices ape'Low. .. The Assortment Large. Fine Mattings. I Did it erer occur to you that a good Matting is the cueupvsb w mujt vm anoA v er,y cueap w price and extra good in qualify. . .a i , - IIEWHAVENWM . CAEPETINGS-AKD DBAPEEIE8, t 68, 70 and 72 Orange Street. , CLOSED SATURDAYS AT12 M.,DUBrKtf jVLYAXV ACOCST. ENTIBE NEW LINE T Door and Window Draperies'Specialties in Sash Kets tzi Pises Goods. As competent workmen as there in our employ IflHdov Shades of erery price and quality 10,000 In. stock. " -THE HOlEIDRAPEBTCOl i'X : r. , .......... . . r .... 694 Chaoer f VERMONT MAPLE SYRUP 1 1 Strictly Pure. Made from tl Maple Sep, not roelUd from so-callbd maplo sugar. We offer It for 1.00 per gallon ; lu plain bottles 5 to enllon, iio each lu fancy white lltut buttles, SOo eaob. This we bought In the spring and bava bad It In cold storage, all summer, it Is just right. A large stock of, Hamburg Canned Tomatoes, Hamburg I'auned Peas, Hamburg Couued Btringles Beans. We be.ieve these canned goods liave no tu purlor In any. market. CHEESE. New Grass Edam. Roquefort, Sop. ago, English Dulry, Neufohalel, Club house, Miller's Canadian Paragon three size Jam. Brandy Cheese In jars 38o eaoh. A choice soft, buttery full cream white obeete, as fine as we bare ever sold ; 40 boxes of BeplAinber muku. New White Clover Honey, 1 lb boxes. Now Layer Flm. A larae stooli of KENNEDY'S BIS CUITS Just received from the laotory, perfect? f reab, consisting in part 01 ; Newtons, Mainhwallow Bonbons, Al berts. Afternoon Tea, Beacou Hill, Cream Loaves, Lexingtons, Coooauut Creams, Bijou Dessert. coooanut Tany, Vanilla Creams. Sultana Fruit, Ice Creums, Chocolate Bars, Bar Harbors, Thin Water, Soolety, Banquets, Cham- pious. A good stock of Cbooolate, Lemon, Vanilla and Raspberry Wafers, 25o box. N. B.Our store will bo open every eveninc until 7 o'clock, ex cepting Saturday, until lurthcr notice. THE Cor. Cliurch and Elm Streets, OFFER Spring Lamb-Choice. Beef and Mutton. Spring Broilers, Ducklings. Chiokens, Squabs. Sweetbreads and Coifs Liver. 1 Also Fresh Native Vegetables In full variety, and a full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Branch store at Woodmont, containing a full line of tne above goods, Telephone call m. are in the ojty oaa be found -.'j; : ' -. Stroeta - MIMATl'KE ALMANAC. OCTOBER t Jim Rinss, ' tt 1 Moo HR4. I Huia Watsb, Bum Sen. IJ IM 115 MARRIAGES. HILI.HOU8B-l'EVKItH-ln Now Y rkotty. 1 tn Cnuruh of lbs Aaoeuslno, oroer of KlfiN vmnmaqil .aisairvet. on Ootoner M. by the Hoy. Dr. ttuiulil, uiliwl by lbs Hev. Mr. Grant, Jhm IllllliouM. ftit 74. and MtM Hlldeganla Spryers, irranddaugti. hew Ytr. 1 TjeathsT KLYNN-In tils oily, October s, Llllls H., daughter or Mlnbael sod in late Mary A. Flynn. Funeral from bar father's realdenee, Wool! street, Friday morning, Oalobnr S. at sdu. Solemn requiem uiaas at tu Mary s ebuiob st s o'clock, t MARINE LIST. H2P0HT OF NEW UAVKN. ASRIVSO. Bch Bayard DarDM, Mobsffey, Newport News,ooltoHH. ClIASKD. Sob Douglas Hsynes, Qreenleaf, Augusta, Me. FOR SALE OR KENT. TTOC8E In Wert Haven, modern Improve 21 moute. Apply 10 JOHN BROWN. '3 7t m Oeorge street. A PLKASANT KKNT QF four room, front eorner, balls fur ntslted, rent moderaCe. 3 3f 867 GRAND AVEK0E. KOIt KENT, A ONE or two fanillv hottae; every eon veulenoe. MM HOWARD AVfcNUB. ic'eod U KXC'HANOK FOR A LOT. A FIHSTJLASS oal liter and mtDernsnser of aome year' alandluv In tUia city would exeliango any work In any branch of 1 any oration lot Addma that business for a Imlldln uuns lot Aaanw A. M., Courier Offloe. o . FOR KENT, TH E late rrwldenoe and offlvea of Dr. Will iam H. Tnomijo. Knoulreon the prem- IJ1 OrtAND AVENVE. FOR SALE, CENTRAL residence uropurty on Crown street; lot AVx.iti; huime has fourteen rooms and modern oonreulencew. Kor par ticulars apply to A. N. WHEELF.R, ol 13t 179 (urch street.. NOTICK. THE annual meeting of the stockholder, of the Now Haven Tontine Co.. will be held at tbe ofTce of C H. Tbomieon. Hoadley build ing. Thursday, October 4, at r.30 o'clock, p.m. o32f C. B. THOMPSON. Secretary. AN OPKN COACH A KD four-lu-band from the Wolte House, rV. coDtalnlntf living models sud herald, wlU rldo through our avenues Thursday aftxrnoon and evening. Opening Wednesday and Thurskay, also Wednesday evening the imuiiwujis, no rami uraua avenue. o2tt SUPERFLUOUS HAIR PERMANENTLY removed by electrio nee dles; perfect auoocsi warranted. For turtner particulars address o8 8Htt P. O. BOX (HI. DOG LOST, "ITTHITE hound, black ears ; liberal re- T T ward. Katurn to o23tt 100 SYLVAN AVENUE. Gardener, A THOROUGHLY competent gardener in all branches ot horticulture wanta first class place. German. Best referenoes from Ut-rmaoy and this country. Address, o7f GARDENER. This Office. CHAS. H. BROMLEY. MAKER of Violins, Double Bases, etc, New and Old Violins for sale. HeDalr. Ing a specialty. Bows rehatred. Instruction given on tne violin. Term moderate. 84 tf 353 ORCHARD ST., New Haven, Ot, FOR HAf.kV BLACK walnut marble top altar", pedestals, platforms, offleers' snd members? ohalre complete outfit suitable for society use. Apply FOR SALE, TTTELL stocked grocery store snd meat T r mai net, aoiug ursi-ciass ousmess; ood reasons for selling. Apply to JAMES P, EE, s29tf Room 8. 838 Chapel street. A DESIRABLE OPPORTUNITY. fTlHE oftioes at No. 1 Atwater street, corner r ot urana avenue, rair tiaven. former v occupied by Dr. William H. Thomson, are In every way desirable for a physlolan who de sires to establish himself In practice In that part of the dry. The residence can be leased, with the offloes, if the applicant should desire it. Application can be made on the premises. 10 tne rignt party tois is a very aeairsDle op, portunlty. oOt BOARD OF SELECTMEN. rpHE board of seleotmen will meet In tbe X. omce or tne ooara, city Hail, Monday evening, October 8th, Mm, at o'clook, to hear all persons interested in the petition of tbe New Haven Street Railway Company for the riirht to lav a single track, erect onlna. niia- pend wires, and operate passenger cars by, ana xownsena avenue in tno annex, through jLownsena avenue to a point at or near the store oi josepa oeiser. UWEH A. GKOAKK, ot 8t ' Clerk of the Board District of New Haven, as. Probate Court. . uuivun -I ESTATE of 8ABAB C. DAGGETT, tate of New Haven, in said district, deceased. Tne umrt or rronate for the district of New Haven hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for set tlement. Those who neilect to oreaent their accounia, propeny attested, witnin said time will be debarred a reoovery. All persons In debted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to ELIZA H. DAGGETT, ot 2llw Executrix, YOUR COLD CiSH WlU buy our new 8.00 Piccadilly and Razor Toe Genuine Goodyear Welt Calf Bal for $2.85. And for 18.85 we can show yon a Razor Toe Calf Bal far superior to many Shoes sold at $5.00. All goods marked down to a striotlr CASH PRICE. A.EGBOTW00I), 773 CHAPEL STREET. Store closed Evenings, exoept Monday and Hatnm1' Gall snd see 8HBPF8 moTOGRl-piTB n THE WOBLD and W0HI4J'S FAIft tkat we giveaway. . , w v j, Hyperion. E4. Hsrrlgan, under (he management of W. M. Hsnley, will present "Rellly sn4 the 400" this evening. We sll know the pssslon of the simple minded to Imitate tbe fids of swelldom, and when Ward McAllister told the Ameri cans that there were only 400 names which had any rlf ht to the title aris tocratic, Hsrrlgao. Immediately saw that the parvenus would be among the first hustlers to secure the distinction and also knew that the aforesaid hust ler would not be tbe true American, but the foreign pretender, who, with a brogue or dialect you could cut. claimed to be the descendant cf the Puritans. The rich aausngemaker, Bmelts, Is one of these, and the humor with which the keen wilted Irishmen Imitate the pretender furnishes a budget of fun which Is excruciatingly funny. The sale of seats Is proceeding at a lively rate. Miss Lillian Lewis will present her latest success. "Cleopatra," at the Hy perion to-morrow evening. Mls Lewis has Introduced ballets, premiers, the big storm scene, living plctures.calclum light, grand operatic choruses and a very large and capable company. This Is Miss Lewis' first attempt at a Shakes nerean character. She brlnR to the Il lustration of the celebrated Egyptian queen, youth, beauty, genius and a stage training In the great emotional roles In the modern emotional drama. She has played them all, and now she will play the Shakesperean nueen of old Egypt with a thorough understanding of the great author's meaning. Sale of scats now open. An exchange says: An entertainment, refined and delightful from start to finish. Is that presented by Lottie Col lins' Troubadours. They will appear here on Saturday night. Every feature Is a star act. The performance con cludes with the new farcical operatta In one act written expressly for Miss Collins, entitled, "The Devilblrd." Sale of seats now open. nrand Opera House. Bob Fltzslmmons' own specialty com pany comes for one night, to-night Mr. Fltzslmmons Js the champion mid dlewelght in the world, and has signed articles to meet Corbett for a purse of 125.000 and the championship of the world. An exchange says: The perform ance last evening was one of exceptional merit, and the variety performers are all stars in their several lines. The sale of seats is now open. Frohman's "Jane" will be presented to-morrow evening and Saturday even ing and afternoon.' "Jane" has proved an unqualified success in this country and abroad, and for. .three seasons has had a, remarkably good run in New Tork city. The amusement lovers here, especialy those whb enjoy comedy, should not miss this opportunity of seeing the funniest genteel comedy that has yet been presented. "Jane" is un questionably the most humorous work presented in, this ' Country since the "Private: Secretary,'! and to very many It is even thought to be much funnier than that well known comedy. Manager Oustave Frohman has selected a com' pany comprising such members of for mer "Jane" casts as have appeared and made hits. v; . Foil's Wonderland Theater. A great show Is that at Wonderland this week. M'lle Rial t a, the French dansuese, has made k hit all this week with her "Are dance.", The National Trio are obliged to respond to numerous encores, their parodies on popular songs are very funny and their duetts and trios are excellent The other features of the long program are all good with. out exception. Manager Poll announces for next week a sensational feature in the appearance of the royal entertain era, Prince Okabe and his troupe of Japanese. They have been in this country but a short time, and are on leave of absence from the imperial household of Japan. They are said to be the most remarkable gymnasts and acrobats that have ever visited this country. There are five ladles in the company, ana their richly embroidered costumes are sure to be an object of In terest to the ladies, FAIR HAT EX. A Pretty Wedding Last Evening st a Lloyd . Street Residence. The marriage of Miss Florence Lil lian Santry and Samuel R. Bishop took place last evening at 6 o'clock at the home of the parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs John Santry, a7 Lloyd ptreet. Rev. Dr. Sage officiated. Mr. Bishop is a son of Joseph R. Bishop of IS Warren Place and in the office of L. W. Rob inson, the well known . architect on Cliapel street. He Is also a well known organist.- The bride is also well and favorably known and of late has occu pied a position in the office of The Mal lory, Wheeler company. V The bride was attired in a gown of white silk, trimmed with White lace and passamentlere,and carried a boquet of white roses. She wore a spray of orange blossoms in her" hair. The bridesmaid. Miss Lura A'. Bishop, a sister of the groom, wore a gown of light blue silk, with white satin, moire and lace trimmings, and her bouquet was of pinks. William F. Bishop, a brother of the groom, was the best man-. Preceding the couple came the flower girl, Edna Simms, a cousin of the. bride, and Master Josio Bishop, a little brother of the groom. The little flower girl was in white and carried a bunch of white pinka. The couple were married beneath an arch of ferns, trimmed with white carnations and whU satin ribbon..' The wedding marph was played by Miss Fannie I. Beabe. After the oeremony a reception was held, to which about on hundred had been invited. A fine wedding spread was served. The house was handsomely deoorated with palms and pot(ed plants. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop left, en the 8:10 p. m. train for Wash ington and will be away about, a week. They will be home. t their friends after October 24 and will reside, at 829 Exchange street In apartments, which have been handsomely! fitted up. The couple received a large array of useful and handsome gifts, including a dlBlne. coom Mt-ftom, tb sannta ofj the bride, several nieces of furniture from the parents of the groom, a hand some sideboard from employes In the office of The Mallory, Wheeler company, and a clock from m.oycs of Archi tect Robinson. Tr e- were also several handsome lamps, clocks, besides pic tures, silverware, etc., etc. The couple will receive hearty congratulations from many friends. rxMQXAi joTTisaa. Islsratllnf Kami About New HavnPeo- pie. Miss Annie Babcock has returned from Evansvllle, Ind., accompanied by Miss Qortude Gooding. Clarence Doming and family have re turned from their summer outing at Washington, Conn. Charles Btormont, the musician and leader of the Cnllester Mandolin club last season, has been Invited to conduct a mandolin club of some twenty-five members that la now being organized In Merlden. The wife of Alderman A. D. Sanborn, who bas been seriously ill with typhoid fever, Is recovering. Dr. J. A. Hutch inson is the attending physician. Mrs. Dillingham and her two daugh ters of Summit, N. J., are visiting the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Newman Smyth. Mrs. Dillingham Is a sister of Mrs. Smyth. Mlas Wallace of Washington, D. C. Is visiting Mrs. Charles Mitchell. Mrs. Mitchell met her at Narragansett Pier the past summer, where she was one of the reigning belles. Mr. Edwin W. Hlgglns. who has been studying in the office of W. 8. Allls, Esq., Norwich, the past year, has passed the examination for ar):ulsslon to the Junior class of the Yale Law school without conditions. Mr. Hlgglns will remain In the office of Mr. Allls another year before going to New Haven. The editors of the new "Yale Alumni Weekly" have appointed Lewis S. Welch '89, of the "Register," managing resident editor. He will take charge of his duties on January 1, 1895. when the first number of the magazine will be Issued. The following graduate board of directors has been selected: Hon. Henry C. Robinson '53, Hartford; Dr. C. Purdy LIndsley '75 S New Haven; Walter Camp '80, New Haven; James R. Sheffield '87. New York city; Pierre Jay '93, New York city; Dr. William Daggett "80. New Haven; Edward Van Ingen '92, Philadelphia. Miss Mamie Castleton of Woostcr street with Marie Oilman of Brooklyn have returned from the Catskllls. C. S. Davidson, superintendent of the Hartford division of the New York, New Haven and Hartford road, who Is at Moosebead Lake, Me., has shot the first buck In that section this season. Edward Glynn, member of H. C. Merwln post, G. A. R., who has a good record as a soldier and who has long been a familiar figure in the streets of New Haven as one of the cartmen of E. S. Wheeler & Co.. completed Tues day twenty-five years of continuous service in that firm's employ. Miss Carrie Atwater and William H. Brooks were married at the home of the bride. No. 273 fortsea. street, Tues day evening by Rev. G. Brinley Mor gan. The bride was attired in her traveling suit. The decorations were Wild flowers with a profusion of roses, Immediately after the ceremony the wedding collation was served, after which the happy 'couple started for a week s sojourn to the White Moun tains. On their return they will reside at 273 Portsea street. There were many useful and beautiful presents. WOXAX'S XAXZONAI. COXVEXTIOX. Annual Meeting to be Held Here of the Woman's National Indian Association One of the most notable events in this city or state in the movement in be half of the American Indians is to occur In this city early in December. This is to be the twelfth annual meeting of the Woman's National Indian asso. elation. Delegates from every state and territory of the Union are to be present and speeches on the Indian question will be delivered by several distinguished persons. The session will last three days. Mrs. Amelia Quinton of Philadelphia, president of the associ ation, will probably be present and pre side. There are at present 30,000 mem bers of the association, and although Connecticut is a small state, yet it has a membership of about one-thirtieth of the entire membership of the societv. Mrs. Sarah Kinney ot this city is pres ident of the Connecticut branch. A highly interesting meeting is exDected and New Haven will be alive with visit ors from all parts of the country. STREETS PERFECTION RtCIC WHEAT, Of the same excellent quality to-day that has made it wecome in thousands of hornet for years. Served free it the Food and Health Ex position. S. H. STREET & CO. DENTISTRY. G.H.GIDNEY, 707 Chapel St., North side. Six doors below Orange.established 1871. Den tistry in all iU branobes. Prices the lowest consistent with flrat-olass work. FOR SALE, A HOUSE on Olive street, near Chapel st.j lotSOim Price will be made low and terms very easy to a prompt buyer. MERWIN'S ' : "'"" 'Jfteal Estate OMee, ' sS ; ' : . Ohapal street. ItcHi Estate. TO HKNT T)IXP.ARAST rurnwhed rooms at tl Howa A JL'IIiii'l " Vu"' nee. nr TO ItKNT A HANrmOMKLY Mrnisbod IKLV rurnlahM frnnt room. ia. at n run II.iimh FiftU, . lul OliANil A VENUB, airi! If anwud floor, rlf ht. KOR KKNT, A SECOND floor on Dwlirht street. Inquire at Mii Tt n llOV. KHTUKET. K)U KKNT, C IX rooms, flmt floor, hot and cold water, k5 al lUKAST rKAKLHI Ilr.fcT, noar Gruti'l nvcntie. kor ittcxr, FIRHT floor, six room., and one on third, all Iniprovemonta and vxiy rnmvnleut. UGHHKUMA.N AVKNI'K, SO TH ni-ar Whallyy. KOR KKNT. IN private family, plraaant room, with bonnl, for man and wife, or two aeutle men; alto Ullr h ard; lmatlon rent nil all tf Aililnna DA V. Courier offlre. KOR 8ALK, Lake Place, two new brink hoiisos. mod V ing I ern lniurovutuenia. la ro.-im.r rImi iiulkl. .nglota, J. D. I'Lt'NKKTT, apU tf tPCb'irch itrwl, Koomit. KOKMAI.K Olt TO KKNT. mHE house No. Trumbull struct. Innnlre X on llii'pr, inlmn. n'JOTt H KMSIIKI) KOO.MS T S78 Oraiito struct, near "Kensington." L Inquire !.! worn 7 and S p. in. aai Tt' KOR KKNT, rJWQ CHAPEI. street; rooms with water. I O tlrst Hour. Addroaa saTf llOX Ml, city. KOU KKNT. A TENEMENT of six rooms on second floor In house 15 foster street, luuulre on I lie prcmlKua. or s'W Tt! 83 LYON STREET. KOR KKNT, LOVELY corner apartment, steam L hotltal. ncritvt In Hll RtmnlntniMiita. complete Janitor's service. 92b pur year. juii.i u.ii. ormanllle, our. York a21 tf and Oiiirge. or 1131 C'hapul street. J1KST KKNT8 IN city, f 18 and I8, all appointments and conveniences : artlatlo model homes, en. tranuus and all accomuiodatiouB separate; six rooms, vcramlas, bak oiili a, bath rooms, ranores. hot and cola watr. armi. eu nlnelv decorated ; select families ouly : State street cars. Apply aulStf IS FERRY, COR. ENOLISH. KOR KKNT. TENTAIj parlors and onoratlnir rooms. No. JL 6 Elm street, cor. Mate. Boeond story front. The llneKt suite In the nltv. formerlv occupied by Drs. Fuller and Wllmot for past iiiieun yenrti, wiin mi innaern conveniences. in pert ect order : iohohIou iriven ltmiinll, atciy. Appiy nn preiniMos. u tt KOR KKNT. TTOUR five-room flats, with hath iwimi TJ steam heat and all improvements; loca tion central. Flats entirely acDnrate from each other. Small family preferred, and rent reascmnnie. nnquire JOHN HOUAM, 189 ColumhuB avenue. au7 tf corner Liberty street. For Rent, Furnished, "VTO. 1180 Chanel 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. "ffjlOTIR or five good horses; would exchange GEORGE A. ISBELL, 78T Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. FOR SALE, A GOOD PAYING HOUSE. would take a bulldin.fr lot or farm in ex, cnauge. R.E.BALDWIN, dA-w 818 Chapel street. FOR RENT, 82 Trnmbull Street First-class in evory respect. JOHN C.PUNDERFORD, 116 Church street. BUY h BUILDING LOT Now While Prices Arc Low. CITY LOTS, SHORE LOTS, SUBURBAN LOTS. EDWARD M. CLARK, 121 CHURCH STREET, Evenings 7 to 8. Room 18. RENTS. COTTAGE, Nlcoll, St vena, Hunson, Woos ter, Dwight, Portsea streets, and Grand avenue. MONET TO LOAN at 5 per cent. CHAS. D. NICOLL &CO 82 Churoh street, (Benedlot Building;), room 15. Evenings from 7 to 8. Westville to Have Rapid Transit. BUILDING lots on Main, Fountain, Weft Prospect, Wlllard, Alden, Barnett, and other desirable residenoe streets lu Westville. for sale at prices ranging from two to ton cents per square foot. now IB tne time to nuy. For particulars call on or address II. C. PARDEE, n!2 tf 123 Fountain street, Westville. LOAN Two-family House, 181 JAMES STREET, $3,250. 0 Plants. One t'ent a Word each Insertlou, flva rents a Word for a full Week, eve time. WAMKIl "''OtJNa lady would like a position as odlce A "iiaut. u. U.. tr Ml lu mptirry street. WANTI. I BY competent, revulur youiis Rwedlsh man. Biiuiiiioinw jimitiir, waiter and uu faro . if lui'im. e; bt refereitiH-. A'ldrMB " " IH Ht'i.HErl I'l.ACE. SWA.TKI, ITUATION by a competent trlri to cook, . !'.d ,r""i Koud 'ly refoienoe. CWl from I nut II II p, m. al " M BE I HS STIIBET. SWANTKI), ITUATION by rp.rteui-d imrsatotake care of invalid er Infant, or -mull ciilU Iren 1'leaaeoall all the we. k or altreu " " 4" KOOTK 8TKKKT, WANTKlt. A HITCATION by a oi'inieient vlrl for tfeuural liouMivnik. II .,..- " Si; W A K i ll L'K STREET. VAXTKI. " ' ITUATION by ,.,. v(rt to dosooond O work ; irood reluruiiuca. 2i.ll: -T4 HAMILTON. WAN 1'K.IV SITUATION by a younit trirl to do llrlit hoiisewnrk or wouhl lake earn of culU dren. I'nll nt 4 Ht -ii i wun. e i nr.r. i, side door. vANTF.n. " ' A SITUATION l.y a competent girl fof second work or HtfUt housework ; refer. oue If reiiulred. " "t H3 VOKK 8TI1KBT. WANTKI), APITUATION by a neat, competent girt, with vd refereneiM i, An ...m.i ..3 or eonkluir iu a private r.iml ly. ail " " -n u'iut,l l R1UEC1. VATKI G1 lRIi for general hom. work, Swede or I Oerinnn proferreii. t all at lai Wtlus'i'liHSTHEJtT. WANTEli. AMTtTATION by a young sirl to do light housework. Cull tit t lift WALLACE STltBET. WANTED." SITtTATION by two competent girls, one city rel'croiico. Inqulro ' " a MS EAST 8TRBEH WAXTKD. A8ITUATION to 000k, wash and Iron, of Iteiieral llOUaeWitrk. tlund rnfarcno. Call at. 04 It' 4r VR AI'KL rTREbT. VA'TKl BOARD; a gentleman and hla wife wouhl like a milt or furiilxheil or unfurnished rooma and ttrst-elafw board In a private fain. Ily. AildrpHa for two weeks, with full par tleiilara. (o4if) I'EHM AXKN'f. llox H8. WANTKI), SITITATION as e(M.k by a competent girl, Kcfereneos. Inquire ol't III PORT6BA STREET. WANTED, A CAPABLE nurse to take care of grow lug children and assist with rhauiber. work and wwlng. Apply between 10 and li o'clock 11 1 oil ;tt !iiH) PKiiSl'Ktrr ST. WANTED, rpHE Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.'s L policy holders to know that the Sew Ha. ven office is now at 4U Church street, '''ii .IQHN ADAMS. Sup't, WANTED, SMALL rent for family of three: central. "'lit B." SUHltMAN AVENUE, WANTED, POSITION as housekeeper or as a nursi and companion for an invalid. Inquire at Courier oftioo for references. oa fltl WANTED, SITUATION by two Scotch gtrlB In gentle, nian'a family, one as nurse and the othe aa second help. Itefmmecs and Information can be had from Mrs. .lames Mustarde. Ili Crown street. oSitt' WANTED. BOARD and room by gentleman and wife, Prlco moderate. Must bo central. -oStf A. A., Tills Office, WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS stone man noeu apply. Call ing Box & Paper Oj Call at the National Fold. llradley and o3tf WANTED. "VTEW Haven Employment office. 128 Court strucfcr-Good help in every brauci housework. ol 2Kt mitt. tiAMU. WANTED, FIRST-CLASS household holp, also situs, tions for such. MRS. BABB, au23 28t 126 Court street. WANTED, BY a competent girl, a altuation to do housework or will do nonkinu- anil laun dry work in a private family. I have also an Inexperienced girl, strong and able to do housework. BARTHOLOMEW'S, 51 Orange street, Gaudofroy's Old Stand.' WANTED. EVERYBODYneedlngservantatooall here. We supply all the best. We have aortea out and discarded most of the useless class. These seek new offices Ivhnrn thnv .m nni known), which are springing up constantly. We have been here years and use judgment, selecting only those that will do the work roj quired. We have the finest facilities and cad serve you better than anyone else. JSMtUiUXJUlSlNT AOENCT, sua 775 Chapel street. pUsccUaueous. FOR SALE, top buggy, first-olaaa maken Jy20tf BOX1B4. (iorning j oheap. PATENT STOVE BRICK, 1 UU A V'P WTi ..... .... r Aivni Axau one year fY 188t 71 'S3 STATE STREET, FOR SALE. BICYCLE In line order, pnaumatlo tire, at half price. Addresu a"" A. a.. Courier Offloe. STENOGRAPHER AF experience desires position; owns ty type, otttt Accurate, Courier office. FOR A DESIRABLE OFFICE IN good location, with good light, stam heat, clean building, broad entrauoe, Kau ways lighted by electricity, reasonable Drioe. apply to sai ii Ttiis mtuttuci ti. ruitu wurAa r, "50 CENTS FOR" tk RED Frame Buck Saw, saw bucks, axes, at undersell cash prices. 01 5 LIJIBliMx, buot CO. WE CLAI5I TO AS FAR AHEAD IN our goods as we are below in our prises, "HARDWARE HUSTLERS,"' ol3 5 a-i m oadway. SENSIBLE TROUSERS HANGERS, COAT Hangers, Pant Stretchers, ShM Brushes and Blackiug. 33 Broadway. "THIS STORE IS NOW OPEN fjVERY evening. ol;)5 LINSLEY. ROOT & Cft "WE SELL HORSE BLANKETS. A SPEt IAL lot of wear-like-iron stable blankets at (IB oente. ol 8 5 Blanket Bustlers. LOST. YESTERDAY morning, a blaok and white main cat, pug nose, deaf, fur very sleek. Liberal reward if returned, dead or alive, to a38 7tt 22 HISH STREET. BARGAIN. AN oak suit and a Windsor folding bed to good condition), to be sold vary oheadt aiiBtr u. isuOTit. 8VU state street. CLAIRVOYANT. T EAD1NGS on all Private and Buatnast XV Matters. MEDICAL Woman's disease Consultation in person or bv letter. . J. WIUUH apat ly utnee. Tontine Motel, 149 Church sta. . , .... Mf3M.f . . N Tuesday morning, Sept. 25, a black and white mala oati Blaok haek uui tail 0( lte breast, atomaeh and Inira- laru-a ntnir.ttl white ears, pug nose, deaf; very sleeky fad Ten dollars reward if returned dead j f allv