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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, OOTOKKK 13 1854.
t I. Fall C Wimiter Styles Pit In Coats . Aed Wraps ARE FAST FIXED. You'd know it by the heaped tables all around. Choosing will never be easier than now when Varieties, -Quantities, Sizes everything are at their best. $5.00 to $35.00. S, $5.00 to $125.00. sses, $7.00 to $33.00. L s Skirt $5.50 to $17.00. $2.25 to $3.50. Silk Waists, . $4.98 to 15.00. $5.00 to 45.00. OS, 762 to 768 Chapel Street. I0AL. I am now delivering Koail 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. J NEW GOODS. New Self-Raisins Buckwheat, Griddle Cake and Self-Raising Flour. New Maple Syrup in quart bottles and gal lon cans, warranted strictly pure. New Sugar House Syrup. New Rock Candy Drips. We have just added to our stock of Beef Ex tracts Armour's YIG0RA1. Ask to see it. AT THE ' BOSTON GROCERY, N. A. FDXiLERTON, Prop'r, 926 Chapel Street, corner of Temple. Branch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street. The Prices are Lorn The Assortment Large. Fine Mattings. Did it ever occur to you cneapesi to wuy i uurs are yery cneap in price and extra good in quality. HEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO- CABPETINGS AND DRAfEBIES, ' .; 68, 70 and 72 Orange Street: . ; CLOSED 8ATUHDAY8 AT 12 M. DURING JULY AND AUGUST. ENTIRE NEW LINE Of Door and Window DraperiesSpecialties in Sash Rets and Pie Goods. Am competent workmen as there are in the city can be found ; i ....... 1 in our employ- v-.- -.f--- . WindQW Shades of every price and quality, 10,000 iq stock, , ' rmrxi untrn-TrD a Tixi-ntr Vin " - I - . ii n ill n iirk.u n.n v. ill' . .. : 11U III i JU 694 Chapel VERMONT MAPLE SYRUP!! Strictly Pure. Made from tl Mnple Sip, not molted from do-CAu-KU nmp sugar. We offer It for 1. 00 iMr gallon iu plain bottle 5 to gullou, 28o eucn J In fancy white fllut bottles, Huo cnch. ThU we bought In the spring unil nave bad It In oold ittorugo ull tuaimcr. It U Just light. A largo stock of Hamburg Canned Tomatoes, Hamburg Canned l'un, Hamburg Cunued HtilugleM Deans. We be leve these canned goods have 110 su perior In any market. CHEESE, New Grans Edam, Roquefort, Sap sago, English Dairy, Neufeuiitol, Club home, Mille'sCauHdiun Paragon three size Jars. Brandy Cheese In Jars 880 eaob. A clioioe soft, buttery fu.l cream white cliewa, as, fine as we bave ever sold ; 40 boxes of Rep. ember make. New White Clover Honey, 1 lb boxes. Now Layer Figs. A liir:e stuck of KENNEDY'S BIS CUITS just received from the factory, perfect y freoh, consisting In part of ; Newtons, Manthmiil.ow Bonbons, Al berts, Afternoon Tea, Beacon Hi. Id, Cream Leaves, Lex ngtous, Cocoauut Creuins, Bijou Dessert. CoooanutTuffy, Vunilla Creams, Su.tuua Kru t, Ice Creams, Chocolate Burs, Bar Harbors, Thin Water, Sooiety, Banquet, Cham pions. A good stock of Chocolate, Lemon, Vuuiiiu and Raspberry Wafers, 25o box. N. B. Our store will be open every evening until 7 o'clock, ex cepting Saturday, until lurthcr notice. THE Cor. Church and Elm Streets. Partridge, Quail, Woodcock. FANCY MEATS. . FRESH ARRIVAL OF TABLE DELICACIES. Fruit and Vegetables. Telephone call 260. that a good Matting is the Hill X JUXM J.I Wit ' Street """ J L 1 1 H o MINIATURK ALMANAC. OCTOBEU 13. iumhikks. m Sun Bkts, 6:14 I Uoon Hkts, Ml Ums watib. 9Z DEATHS. GltlKKlN-At Fanta Barbara. CU, October 11, r.noroJ, (DeVorestt Urlffln. Tb. liiieruiout w II tuku plaou at Haw Usveo, at a ditto not vet tini. St McUliATH-Iu Iblsulty. Oo tuber 11th, An ill 0 m.. who 01 junu nouostii. agea yours, 7 lllOlltllM Fiiner art-vice will be hold at her lata rest- aence, no. y.s Orchaid street, oil Bun Br iutiwio bisooiock. montu are iiiviua t Btli'tltl IlAIRu-lii this city, Oct. 11th, Jane Bi trd, widow of the late Adam Hnlrd, taed M yr. funeral lit tin r.niclcni-e of htiruroth r-ln- inw, uavid uaini, uij UeWiit street, Batur day, Oct. Uth,aM:!ki o'clock. Kit MAULNK LIST. jJ2JP0RT OP NEW UAVEM. WrT CUARtD. yfch Ellenora VauDuaen, Godfrey, Scotland, Koh E. P. Atmt, Hswley, Favannah, Oa. Sch B. K. Kirk. Lowory, N rfo k. Va. rVh Jennlo h. Rlhtcr, i rosslOT. do. hoh Freddie Eaton, Carte , N. Y. Sch Carries. Wore, Bos-ley, do. RKNT8. rniTET)U8l of forty renta may be J had for the asking. JOHN A. HLUAA, IBS Cuapel street. IIIO 1111, CLAIRVOYANCK. nflE world-renowned Mad.tme Do Lon Is 1. Iiero for s short time only at No. lu Little Orange street. Ladles, tJ euntsi o-entcmau, $U ol8 if FOR SALE, rrtWO good-sifted business horses. Arnlr JL. oRIlt J L. NK Ull', Temple st ro t ROAD MARE FOR BALE. SUITABLE for doctor; young, sound and kind, and not afraid uf any known thing. ol.l 4t BO VU, city. A LADY DKS1KK8 POSITION us bous keeper. Address o!3t N. It., Courier ofltoe. FOR KENT, TjlURMSHED house, ti'iprr floor; modem 1 Imnrovemcuta: rent 4.8 ner month. Ad. drew NEAR VALE, on if Courier office. FOR SALE, FIVE frame bodv UruMels carpets In rem nantK from in vardH in 27 varda : valiin $1 a vard. Will soil' for 85 centa. oi:at, .MALLEI , NKBLY lc CO. FOR SALE. OITsEHOIiD furniture: will be sold chean. as ownor has to leave t.hn oltv. Can be seen at Smedley's storago liousoon Brewery street from 9 untl . olSitt FOR RENT. A ONE or two family house; evorv con venience 6u HOWAhD AVuNUE. i ti co a 7t Real Estate FOR SALE AT AUCTION. The undersigned will sell at publio auct on (unless previously disposed of at private sale) the following BUILDING- LOTS, Situated as follows : : One of said lots No. 217 East Obapel St., 35x187 feet, (' , The other on Saltonstall avenue, on the rear, 48x137 feet, between James and Lloyd streets. Sale will take place on the premises at 10 o'clock Thursday Morning, October 18. Terms made known time of sale. For further parteulars apply at Beech er's Exchange, 769 Chapel street. EDWARD C. BEECHER, ol!t Licensed Auctioneer. M. STEINERT SONS CO. ... .Mi inn 111 Chapel Street. One Hundred Second-hand Pianos ' tO 1)6 sold at once. Call soon at 171 Clapl Street We are pleased to show the ladies, the latest styles in Shoes for fall and winter wear. . ' T.'- Button Congress Razor. Toe. $4.00 Winged Tip Button Razor Toe, - ' 4,00 Crimped Vamp Buttort Philadelphia Toe, , , 4.50 Those Viol Kid Button with Piccadilly toe, new tip, at 2.90, tell at sight. . , A.B.-&EEEW00D, 773CHAP6t8TREET;:( Store closed Evenings, except Uonday and Saturday. , Call and see BHKFP8 PHOTOGEAPH8 Of THB W0KJJ and WOBLCS SMA MuX ' , '.""V. MSTKKT.t IXUKS T.i. Hyperion. The flrat production of "Muilclslne, or the Magio Kiss," the new opera comique by Btunge and'Kdwards, In which beau tiful Camilla D'Arvllle and the same excellent company that supported her throughout her Dong run ot live months at the Tremont theater, llostnn, thla summer, appear, will take place thla evening. Mlsa D'Arvllle's company la announced to be one of the finest In all reapecta and comes In an opera that seems assured of a long run. In the cast are such people as Aubrey Uoucl cault, a son of the late Dion liouclcault, and very talented; George C. Ilonlfaco, Jr.. one of the funniest comedians on the stage; William McLaughlin, tho great basso; Clinton Elder, late the leading tenor of the "Utopia" company; Henry Stanley; Marie Dnnslcr. a very clever artist, and Maud and IliUla Hol llns, two exceedingly pretty and attrac tive glrla. besides a large and most care fully trained chorus. The scenery Is pronounced magnificent, and the cos tumes are fully In keeping with the production. Sale of seats now open. The mere announcement that Corlnne Is to again appear In this city, the home of her eaiijy triumphs, will bo warrndy welcomed by thousands of her friends hi thla city. This popular fa vorite of the stage Is to-day among the leading lights of the American stage and her name Is a household word In all large cities throughout the country. While she has lnoreased In height and weight since her early appearance In this city when a mere girl, she ha also Increased In her ability as an actreBS. The Kimball Opera Comique company as an organization Is well nigh perfect In Its way. It Is especluilly strong from a musical standpoint, both In Its chorus and solo work. The specialties are In the hands of clever people. Tho girls are pretty, their costumes are rich and becoming, and they are well drilled. The piece Is splendidly mounted. Co rlnne seems to be making the hit of her life. She has a number of songs that are admirably adapted to her sweet contralto voice. Her costumes are the most stunning she has ever worn. Her appearance In this city on Monday and Tuesday evenings In the interesting play "Hendrlck Hudson, or the Discov ery of Columbus," will no doubt be wit nessed by a very large audience. The sale of seats Is now open. Grand Opera Home. The "New Ole Olson" was again pre sented to a large audience last evening. Miss Alice Evans is the charming sou brette of the company and is recog nized everywhere, as one of the most vivacious and talented little ladles on the farce-comedy stage. The play Is strong in specialties and new and pleas ing novelties and has many new and startling surprises never before intro duced. The play has been entirely re written by the author, Mr. Heege, since its last presentation, in this city. The performance will he; repeated this af ternoon' and evening. Poll's Wonderland Theater. The excellent performance this week, attended and enjoyed by thousands, will be seen for the last times to-day. Manager Poll has provided a great per formance for next week. A number of the most celebrated' vaudeville artists in America are undef 'engagement, prin cipal among which Is Cyrene, the fa mous Spanish dancer. The staid and prosaic Boston Traveler thus speaks of thla lady this week.' "The dash and abandon of her dancing, always re lined, always artistic, is apt to carry the feeling of the spectator away. But If anyone of Cyrene's acts are critical ly analyzed it will be found that even to the minutest details, it is as near per fectlon as years of study, of patient practice and the Instincts of an artistic nature can make any effort. Although Cyrene Is hardly over the maiden bloom of girlhood her methods are those of the Ravels, the Tourneours and other stars of the atheletlc and artistic world of twenty-five years ago." FAIR IT AVE If. To-morrow will be observed as T.M. C.A, Sunday In several of the churches. The speakers will be as follows: 10:30 a. m., Second Congregational church, E. W. Watklns of Bridgeport, and at East Pearl street M. E. church speaking by a number of workers and singing by Tale aemlnery quartet; 7:30 p. m., Grand avenue Congregational church, Dr. I. DeVer Warner of Bridgeport. The steam lighter and barge loading stone from Blakeslee's quarry, has sail ed for Yonkers, N. T. Charles Bowers, son' of Officer Bowers. Is again confined to his home. E. H. Rowe is in North Guilford on a gunning expedition. A train of seven cars stood on the old bridge over the Quinnipiao river yesterday loading with material from the structure, which is being taken to Guilford. Frank'. P. Tyler has secured about sixty names for the lodge of Hepta- sophs to be organized soon among residents on Howard avenue and vici nity. The trotting at Riverside nark Thurs day afternoon was witnessed by about 400 people. It was a "benefit" for the association to pay 'for the horse sheds recently erected, and about 65 was realized. The successful horses were as follows: 2:35 class, mare OUvet.owned by Frank Treat; 2:40 class, horse driven by George Treat, and In the 2:60 class, only one heat was trotted.Jesse Welch's horse Winning. Fran p, Clark's t5.E00 mare. Miss Alice, trotted an exhibition mile- in 2:19. Dr. Roes officiated as starter. At the funeral of the late Mary J. Rogers, wife of J. J. Farnham of West vUleJhetd from the home of her sister. Mrs. Andrew J. Bassett on Exchange treet, Rev. Mr. Nlcoll of Westvllle of ficiated, assisted by Rev. Dr. Sage. The interment was in 'West Haven. Mrs., Farnham came -here to visit .her Bister and . was taken ill with heart disease, with which she had beejt af flicted for ten years and dledi -or lion, O. V. Coffin has returned to lUddletmni f rom New. Tor, hit health V gTeitigSdaeflted, - ' i RHEUMATISM I'JKVALKNT. RlieuniatlninNhould be Arrested In II r.urly titan Mra. M. Hill of lialrtoii, !'., 1mU a Remedy. Froltetily Uiere l nil dltouo last Intllcti o much continuous pa n as rheumat m, When It ueoouasotirnnlu ibrro aio few so bard lu cure, This dlMwe la cauned by an Impure tuto of the ImIo i. Tuo Impurity oonlu of hii exenu of let hla aold, sod U drive tbl arid from tbe blood la ttiu ulOevtuf all rational trmtinint. The medical faculty havo found In Dr. Da. vlU Kcniiixly't Favorite llemedy a orrtaln and potltlveouro for thu terrible eoniplalnl. Mrs. M. Illll of Oalatnn, V., In writing ot bi rpcrlenre Willi Dr. l)vtd Konncdy'a Fnvor- iiu iieiiKuy, w)i ; --unu yenr b I wu innen wlih m wulur rlieiiiimlliui. My imlw mora painful 1 nonlil acHnvly wilk.l dctvrinlnnl tn try I)r. Jvvuiicaty'a Fnvorllu hVmixly, and uciore m iimxi mo inira uouio mil pai win all aoiie." Favorite ltnmfdv ('urns aa well ehronto. at'iitv, or liillaiiiiniitiirv rbeiiinnilinii s and In n ii ara-M nrmiiriii uihiui ny luipurc ninna, r an cxi'tva oi ai'ia iu imo uiihi , aura as tin. nary trouldiw. dyaiHiMla. uonatliallon. awl ney or iver coiiiplalnia, It la a wvll known SpiX'ltll!, Dr. Dnvlil Kennedy's VnTorlt" Hcmitlr can no piiruluuiM or a y druiralut ut one dollar a pome or m uotuea ror live nullum. STREET'S PERFECTION . BUCKWHEAT, Of the same excellent quality to-day that has made it welcome in thousands of home for years. Served free At the Food and Health Ex position. S.H.STREET&C0. OPENING. See our Fine Display of Fruits. SEE what the painters and docomtora hnvo done for us. Bee to it that we du not lull tomuctall renulreiucnts In tho llnuiif tilrds und oatres, go.dtiah, globus ani aquai'imiiH. J. B. JUDSON, W7 Cl)anel street. Exchuniro Ilulldtnar. ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION OK THE S. M. MUNSON CfMN. WE, the underalirned, hereby amnclato ouraolvcsi iia a joint atook uonioiatlon . under the statutolawa f thin Buito, by arti cles oi agreement. ronowtt : ARTICLE I The namo bv which tho oornoration Rhall oe Known ta xue B. M. uunsuu uompuny. ARTICLE II. Tho purpose for which It isconxtltuted Is to purchase aa ti going oonoeru, and to carry on tne general buklnir bimlnnsii now and heretofore curriod on iu tho town of New Haven by Sanmol M. Miuisnn nn.lcr tho firm name of 8. M. Mtinaon and Oomtmnv. und to hold, U8e, sell, eon vey, mortiraire or louse any real property ne .essary to the auecesHful car rying on of aalrt liu lno-a, and Keneriulyto do any act and th ng Incidental to said uuslnens.,. . .. AnTirr.E nr. Theeorporation la to tie located In the town or Hew Haven, oennty ot now Haven, and eiato oi lounoctiour. ARTICLE IV. Tho nmount of t s capital slock is Five j notisniia dollars, mvtaea int ) r irtv snares oi tic par vuitie oi une Hiinareaaouaraeacn, ARTICLE V. Each subscriber to these articles airrenn to taae me nttmoer oi snares or said capital stock annexed to h s name, Mich ti'inretobe or the pur value or lltiu, and to pay 100 p. cent, thereof In cash as .called for by tho directors. Dated at Now Haven, this 10th day of Oc- toDer, ift. Subscribers' Names. Number of Shares, 8. M. Munsou. 45 Win. H. Prcaton, ' :t F. ll. Munson, 3 olSlt 50 OUR OWN MAKE Olf Baking Powder, 20c lb. Best Coffee 27oll). . 35c lb. A big Boom In the abovo department of our ousineaa. ii pounas our sale lor last week. , . Potatoes 70c bushel. Sweet Potatoes 19c peck. R. W.MILLS, 3S2 STATE STREET. H. F. BL0GG & BR0., Cash or Credit HOME FURNISHERS, street, New Haven, Conn. FULL LINE OF Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Uiiciotns, Beds, .baby carriages, Mattresses, Parlor and Cook Stores. Character is Credit. Store onen 7 a. m. to 6:90 n. m.. Baturdav and Monday evenlmta to 9. ELY'S CATARRH Cream Balm Is quickly -absorbed. Cleanses tho Nasal Passages, Allays Pain and ' Inflammation, Heals the gores, Protects the . Membrane from Additional Cold. . , Restores the Senses ' Of Taste and BmelL UD'NHEAD IT wriiii Gums. , , A nartlclels SDDlled'intb eaoh noatrtl and agreeable. Price (0 eents, at druggists' or by mail; SLIT BROTHERS, m MwtJw on warren street. Hew York. . ?lcai Estate. TO KKNT, 1I.I.KAHAN'T rurnUhixl roonuatRllo a airiMij ovgry iHHiyciilenw. HMt HUM'. TTMIIjiT floor, i nMiiua, and one on third t a. an iiiiitruvrini'iu, aJkHEIUIA!4 aVKHITB, nlMt near W halley, 'V'O. Ill rllit aire I, its rnoraa, with mmli ni Iiiiji nvciiii'iila. Call on II ! II. I,. f.AMUKil I', HIChMl atrret. KOK M.U.I':, flOOD Imiii.ii with iiiiutern Improve X mi.ii.,rmnral liH-nuon n.i- eln'trlu ours ami ha. abumiaiteo of line trim. . M IUi' 78 Manlloia Ktrirt. KOKKKNT, IN the lliilehlnwii a aulto of two rooina, aullaliln fur I wo hi'IUIiiihmi: iiih'U liro p.aci', ekvtrlv llirhi and pilviito laili.. AliKNTLKMAN WILL KKXT nIHeoai'h team, and rookaway, w ith oare fill uuavhinau, by ton wH'k or il.iy. QlHTtt JfO IVliSTUKET. Kl KMNIIKO ROOMS rpOlet. KHOUAXtiEHT.tKET. X ti :t mar "Keiminirton.' KOK RKNT, A HIUCK hnuao on Row atrect, suitable we i HII m. tor ainaii family, inqmrn at on 7t 5 HtlWK t TltEET. KOK KK.NT. TN private family, plrunant room, with A. noaru. ror man and wire, or two aentlo- men: also table b iardi location oentra. il. an ii Aura iia , onner umce. FOR RKNT. NEW home All Dlxwcll avottuo, nine rooms, Improvements. Inquire. oTtt ai ELM STREET. FOR BALK. ONE family bouae, 8 rooms with bath, sit uated In nlraannt nan of Wrat Haven. near oleutrln and ati-am cira. For trrnia. etc., Incinlro CIIA8. 1IKK1W, la Art I in atrect. ojl no Klin atreot, Wuat Hven ALAHGK SUNN Y FRONT ItOOM, WITH board, aultablo for two gontlomi n, or irvntli'niHn und wife. Tti'orenaea given and required. Addreaa, L. W. Du it Itox Wo, Clly. KOIt MALK. f lbHlKAL rculdonce propjrur on Crown V atroet; lot tvx.Xff, It iiiau uu street: lot 4HX.20: h mau baa fourtoen moma and mo lorn oonvoulonoi, For par tioiilara apply to A.N. WIIEELKlt. oi w iiii iniron atrwt. KOIt KKN T. A LOVELY cornor apartment, heatisl, perfm't in all team appointments. complete Janitor' wrvlco. f 425 nor year. jun. u a i . normanoio. oor. Yore s21 tf anil Oixirne. or lliti Chapel atreet. UKST ItKXTS IN city, in and 2, all appointments and conveniences : art Int io mo IbI hnnip n. trances and all accommodation eoparate; six rooina, verandua. balnoiik, bath rooms. raniri1, hot and oolil wati-r, aaa, eto., ulooly deooratod; aclovt families only: btute atreot earn. Apply auiatf a7 FERRY. COR. ENGLISH. FARM FOR SALE, VERT lino location, on main road In Wnod brld e. Lilrire. rnoinv bnlldlnirn. Hoa shad", abundance of fruit, purosprinir water; excellent summer homo. Cull or address GEORGE A. ISBELL, T87 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. FOR SALE, No. 183 Bradley Street, One-family frnino lioime: Improvements; Lot 4IX1.XIXW. CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Open Monday and Saturday evening. For Sale or Rent, HOUSE oorocr Dwlprht street and Edjre woo1 tt veil no. mndivn linnrnvAinnnia lfiiu mi, rnuu rousuiiauie. I..S, tl. Money to loan at 5 per cent, on real estate. CHAS. D. NICOLL& CO.. 82 Church street, (Bsnedtot Building), room US. Evening from 7 to 8. FOR SALE, A GOOD PAYING HOUSE. Would take a building- lot or farm In ex- onange. R. E. BALDWIN, d&w 818 Chapel street. FOR RENT, 82 Trumbull Street, First-class in every respect. JOHNC.PUNDERFORD, 11(1 Church street. BUY h BUILDING LOT Now While Prices Are Low. CITY LOTS, SHORE LOTS, SUBURBAN LOTS. EDWARD M. CLARK, 121 CHURCH STREET, Evenings 7 to 8. Room 18. FOR SALE, A HOUSE on Olive streot, noar Chapel St.: lot BOxXM. Price will be modo low and terms very easy to a prompt buyer. MERWIN'S Real Estate Office, Bid 759 Chapel street. Westville to Have Rapid Transit. BUILDING lots on Main, Fountain. West Prospect. Wtllard. Alden. Harnett, anil otber desirable residence streets In Westvllle, for sale at prices ranirinir from two to tan cents per square foot, .now l tne nme to ouy. For particulars oall en or addres M. C. PARDEE, n!2 tf 123 Fountain street, Westvllle. DENTISTRY. G. H. GIDNEY, 707 Chapel st., North side. Six doors below Orange.estff'bllshed 1871. Den. tlstry In all Its branches. Prices the lowest consistent with first-class work. ' OoiQV& LOAN 11 ' wg.AsiVkJw ' Two-family House, 181 JAMES STREET, ;: $3,250.: 3 Slants. One Out a Word each Insertion, live rent a Word for a full Week, seven time.. WA.MKI). A Ull Mi pi-ra hi rock and plain latin. !. Apply 3it at TKrMHl'I.I.HTREET. DWANlfcl), I.NTI8T, ynuiiK fut Ionian, wlnhea prwl. lion aa U....IUIH: ( lnuui.t); t m ur' Mljerl net?. JAILI -X. i rnllt. f IMivoryj V.J. WAX TKI), ' " "" A COMPETENT (i ntian or Swede lrl for ai'in rl lioiiM wiii k : tnu.i bo a aowl couw and lamidr.M. lull Iiium ilmt. ly at . Wi Ill'MI'lliltV hTBEET. W.WTKO, " " UlTl'ATIttN by hli.n aid to do plain J.. ei. kiinr or swund wmk: itood rvfvr . Iiiquire at Jli2.1l VETO STBKKT. WANTKD," rpO so out by thn day a liuindrm, or to do A iiMiklliKt Wrat-rln a rrtVri'un. Inquire as . "lain ,.i i, M(. UHKi from to IU. HAM'W), T LEAK A NT liona', in clKht-rooBied. for lliriHi lutll. v.lil. .. -LV2.'-L! 'I.. Courier office. B "WANTKli, expert iHwilikciiicr. inirauemr nt for fi-w bourn day ur evi nliii. 11??IJ V A I.E. t'ourlerOfflce. VANTKI, "' ' " SITUATION by lompoii ni irlrl In eoad work ur IIkIii lioiiMUnrk. Inquire "H-'O HiStiltASI) a ESI'E. WA.MKI). 'POrent ham. liK-iiti.l botw t Whitney av- 1 latiio, Ktato. i.miiptiri'y and Willow ata. Aililnm, wltn tnui-. P. O. 110 a 11ST. WAN l l'.ll, SITUATION In no "tm-e or attire, Andreas o7f blTfATlON.fi.iirmrolUc WA.MKI), 1JOSITION a bona. ki'i'iKi- or aa a nun llll'l COinnKtllllll for nil ImvhIM. Innulm al Conrliironioo for referi'iicea. oil ml WAXTIoi), BOARD ; a if' " I lenuin anil hi wife would llkeaault ol fiirnishod or iiiirnrnUhwl room ami llrat-eluaa board In a privato fiinw lly. Addreaa for two wn-ka, with full par. tleiiliira. tH f t) I'EltM NENT. Ikix Hfti. WANTKD. A Inir FlllSr-CLAartHtiiiio man : none otherl neiil aillllv. fall at till. Niitiitn.l VnA nit not s I'anor U p. corn. Unidlry and William aim'!. tr WANTKD. "VJ"EW Haven Kmployment omoe.l2iS Court .jl treot Good bcip lu ovory bruura Imoaework. ol 2Ht JIR.S. DADH. WANTKD. FIRST-CLASS household hoi p. alao sltua. Hons for auvh. MRS. I1AIIU, auSCM uu court street. WANTKD, SITUATION for a flrst-ola aeoood glrr and wnltro , with Wtyreferonoe. I Iiiivii a ttne o ma, and laundnaa, also a (rlrl for bouaework and luuudry work, both well rocomuiendod. BARTHOLOMEW'S, CI Orange street, Guudofroy'a Old Stand. WANTKD, I71VERYDODY noiHlinirsorvantatooaU here. J Wo supply all the beet. Wo havo sorted nut and discarded most of tho uneleas olaa. Thoao neek new office (where they ar not known, which are Hprtrurintr up constantly. We have bci'ii hero years and uso Judiriuent, eltliir only tboHe that will do thn work re quired. We havm tho finest facilities and caa serve you better than anyone else. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, " 775 Chapel street. pltscellaneons. PATENT STOVE BRICK, WAiuiAutj one year. ulM uu. Vu i jn 7BI STATE 8TREEV. STENOiRAIHKR fF expcrloneo Umlred position: owns type- Vr writ r. Accurate, courier ollloe. oliti r. Aecunite, FUNERAL DKSIGNS rpA8TEKULLY arrnnged and at low price. ja on itr ALLEN'S, 71 Churoh St. PLUMBING SHOP, FOR sale cheap. Fully equipped and ready for bouillons. Excellint location. Itw qulrcitt (olOTt) 115 ATWA 1KR STREET. BAUtiAIN. A Nook suit mid a Windsor foldln? bed (la good condition), to be sold very cheap, s2tf H. ltOOTH. 1810 Slate street. FOR SALE, 1TTEI.I. stocked irrooery store and meat TV nun kit, doing- Urst-clos biisincas: (rood reasons tor st'lllnv. Applyto JAMES 1'. BREE, HOIK Room 8, 828 Chapel Btreet. CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on all Private and Business Mutters. MEDICAL Woman's diseases. Consultation in person or by letter. MARY J. WRIGHT, M. D., ap28 ly Office. Tontine Hotel. 149 Church CHAS. H. BROMLEY, MAKER of Violins, Double Bases, etc. New mid Old Violins for sale. Repair. inn a specialty. Hows rehalrod. Instruotloct given on the Violin. Tortna tuorlarutc. st tt shluiitnAuni,, iu'w naTBn, u. RAYMOND'S VACATION EXCURSIONS. ALL TRAVELING EXPENSES INCLUDED. A WINTER IN CALIFORNIA. Parties will leave BOSTON and NEW YORK for Los Ana'olos, rinn Diego, eto., foinirvlii Chicago an t Kansas City, Nov. Ii and Dec. 13, Each trip will bo muilo in a Special Train of MiKiiillcent Pullman Vestibulod Sleeping and D.nlntf Curs. The tickets cover every expense of travel bcithwava and srive tho holder entire free dom on the Paoitlo toast. The rotniu tickets may be used on Any n,.,.,.i,.r 'i ruin until Jim. 30. 1895. or with any one of Nino Returning Parties under Soeclal Escort, wltn tt uuuice or j.nrea uiuoreno Routes, Additional California Tours In January. Fjbruary, March aud April. Tours to Mexico January 29 and Febru y 19. fW Send for descriptive book, mentioning wuether California or Mexioo tour is desired, RAYMOND & WIHTCOMB, 298 Washington street, Boston ; SI East Four, teenth street. New York. Q18 at TltC.pt Co. Partridge, Quail, Woodcock, Squabs and Plover. We can always fill your order for Gami Choice Beef and Lamb. . 1 CAULIFLOWERS, CRANBERRIES, EGG PLANT. Call on us for Choice Market Supplies. i ' v 350 and 352 STATE STEEET,