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NEW II A VEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24 1894.
! te READY- WW TTT"1 A TP IIHMMHHNHHHHHMHIiHNIIIHHHIlllHinimriltl HHIlMIIMIMtlWIItllHtWIMMIIMHtllllWHIIIiUmilimi Qualities, ) EXACTLY RIGHT. Just as easy to have such things 6tylishasslouchy if the design ers know their business. Even less stuff, maybe, In a snug, ' well-fitting Dress than In a sloppy one, and not necessarily a stitch more. There'd be eye opening In many a factory If It were known how high the pay Is that these designers get who ! are working on our orders. $7.00 to $33.00 each. Furs. Three times as many Furs sold here in the month Just pass i Ing as In any other October In the store's history. Of course there's a reason for It such j things do not come by chance. , High quality, low prices and an 1 assortment unequalled In variety tell almost the whole story. $12.00 to $133.00 each. THE Jhibet Fur Neck- ocarrs, ut incnes long, at $8.00 each. New To-day. fir t warn- 762 to 768 Chapel Street. Ml! KOAL. I am now delivering Koal in bags and carried into the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all dirt and buy of W.F.GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opposite Postofflce. 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. NEW GOODS. New Buckwheat, Griddle Cake, Pancake and Self Raising Flour, etc. New Maple Syrup, Sugar House Syrup and Rock Candy Syrup. We have just received an extra fine lot of New French Prunes, New Citron, New Raisins, etc. Another lot of those fine Olives, only 20c pt. bottles. . . AT THE BOSTON GROCERY, N;t FULLBRTON, Prop'r, 926 Chapel Street, corner of Temple. Branch Store and Market, 1931 Chapel street Extra Sip in Carpets. The Prices are Lour. The Assortment Large. Fine Mattings. .. Did it ever occur to yon that a good Matting; Is the cheapest to buy? Ours are Yery cheap in price and extra good in quality . NEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO., CABPETINGS AND DRAPERIES, - 68, 70 and 72 Orange Street. - - CLOSED SATURDAYS AT 12 M. DTJBING- JTTLY AND AT7CHTST. THIS WEEK, SPECIAL PRICES Off WIUDOW SHADES. LARGE VARIETY OF COLORS AND STYLES. - IP HOME DMPERYCO VERMONT MAPLE SYRUP I J Strictly Pure. Made from tbe Maple Sap, not molted from so-called maplo sugar. We offer It (or 1,00 per gallon tu plain bottles 5 to gallon, 25o enoh j In fancy white flint bottle, 800 each. Tbli we bought tn tbe tprlng and nave bad It In oold storage all summer. It Is Just rlgbt. A Jftree stock of Hamburg Canned Tomatoes, Hamburg Canned Peas, Hamburg Canned Btrlngiess jtseans. we believe those oanned goods have no su perior In any market. CHEESE. New Grass Edam, Roquefort, Sap sago, Enjtllsh Dairy, Neufohatel, Club house, Miller's Canadian Paragon three size Jars. Brandy Cheese In Jars 88oeaoh. A choice soft, buttery full oreara white cbeoje, as line as we have ever sold ; 40 boxes of September make. New White Clover Honey, 1 lb boxes. New Layer Figs. A large stock of KENNEDY'S BIS CUITS just received from the factory, perfectly fresh, consisting In part of ; Newtons, Marshmallow Bonbons, Al berts, Afternoon Tea, Beacon Hills, Cream Leaves, Lexingtons, Coooauut Creams, Bijou Dessert. Coooanut Taffy, Vanilla Creams, Sultana fruit, Ice Creams, Chooolate Bars, Bar Harbors, Thin Water, Sooiety, Banquets, Cham pions. A good stock of Chocolate, Lemon, Vanilla and Raspberry Wafers, 25o box. N. B.0ur store will be open every evening until 7 o'clock, ex cepting Saturday, until iurther notice. THE . H. Hill Cor. Church and Elm Streets. Partridge, Quail, Woodcock. FANCY MEATS. FRESH ARRIVAL OP TABLE DELICACIES. Fruit and Vegetables. . - i Telephone call 26 MINIATURE ALMANAC. OCTOHEU M. 8hn Rises, 6 in I Moos Kwiu, I UlOH WatM. BUHSm-a, 4:58 1 l:i I 6:18 DEATHS. 1'1'XK In tula city, on tliu 23d lust,, Xuoimis 8. Peck, In the 7;tn year or Ul age. Funeral services will b hold attne Into rel- No, HI Woomor street, n Thursday fore noon, at 10:30 o'clock. Friends era Invited to attend. Tim remain will be token to Norwulk for Interment. MARINE LIST. ARRIVIP. Son Phoenix. Cnrlton, New York, Iron, boh Hannah F. Carlton (Ur) Buale. Hllls boro, N. U.. piaster to tbe Adamant J? lortor company. Bch Gortrude, Lecte's Inland. Hch Clarissa Allen. Chevalier, N. J. Boh M'liator Grimes, 11111, New York. SITUATION. A GIRL for second work or homework; a. small family. Address IH HAMILTON STREET. References required. 024 lt FOIt RENT. JTUBST floor TO Purklm street. Fair Haven. J S14. Inquire 403CKOWN BT. 03 7tt TO RKNT. HANDSOME f urnlnhod mom with all mod ern lmuroveoieuUi. Inquire o242t 05 OLIVE BTREET. AUCTION 8ALK. rpTJESDAT, October 20th, at 10 a. m at 88 one Herring's nuo. B. UOOTH, oz at . Auctioneer. CHAS. H. BROMLEY, MAKE 11 of Violins, Doublo liaaos. etc. New and Old Violins for sale. Kepalr Intf a specialty, ltows rehalred. Instruction given on the Violin. Terms moderate. 84 tf 2M ORCHARD ST., New Haven. CI. JUDSON'S Great Display of Fruits. 1JARSON Browu brand sweet Florida Or annes, Grapes lu every variety .Poaches, Pears and Plums, now Freuob Chestnuts, Grape Fruit. Popular prlrcs. Goods delivered. Telephone. 867 Chapel Street, . NEAR CHURCH. Open Thursday FOR THE 8 ALB Or Fruits, Confectionery, Cigars and Tobacco, Wholesale and retail. Foreign and Domestic Fruits and Nuts. Bananas a specialty. ROSA LUNGOBARDI, o216t 468 State Street.. COMMITTEE ON STREETS. THE Committee on Streets will meet In Rooms 10 and U, City Hall, on Friday, Oct. 28.18W, at 8 p. in., at which time the fol lowing matters will be considered : Petition of Frank C. Uushnell et al. de per manent street pavement Petition of Patrick Doyle et al. for the hardening of Ferry street, between Chapel and State streets. Petition of W. J. Montaromery et al. for grading and curbing of Henry street, be tween Dixwell avenue and Crescent street, and of same for hardening and oobble gut ters onHenry street between the above given points. Petition of James Clark et al. for concrete sidewalks in Derby avenue, north side, be tween Chapel and Norton streets; In Win throp avenue, both sides, between Chapel street and Derby avenue, and in Derby ave nue, south side, between Wlnthrop avenue and the boulevard. Petition of John Spargo et al.f or a concrete sidewalk on George street, eouth side, be tween Suerman avenue and Wlnthrop avenue. Petition of Irving Fisher for cobble gutters on Prospect street, between Division street and Hillside nlice. Petition of Henry A. Warner for a cross walk In Chapel street, in front of Warner hall. All persons Interested In any of the forego ing are nereoy nounea to oe present ana ne Heard tnereon witnout tanner notice. Per order: D WIGHT W, BLAKESLEE, Chairman, Attest: EDWARD A. STREET, oiieat Assistant City Clerk. Dlstriot of New Haven, as. Probate Court,! October 2Jd, 1894. ESTATE of WESLEY M. WAY, of East Haven, In said district, assigning debtor. The voluntary assignment of the said debt or having been lodged in this office for record and the probate thereof, and Marshall D. Stevens, of Guilford, being in said assignment nominated as trustee for said es tate, therefore ORDERED That the 30th day of October, 1694, at lOo'clock forenoon, be, and the same is, herebv assigned for a hearing on the approval of said proposed trustee, and that all persons Interested therein may have notice to appear, if they see cause, and be heard thereon, this court directs that this order be published three times in a newspaper having a circula tion in said probate distriet before said time assigned for said hearing. 024 8t A. HEATON ROBERTSON, Judge. ITIES FOR SALE. 10 shs Tale National Bank stock. 25 shs N. Y N. H. & H. RR. stook. 25 shs Boston Electrlo Light stook. 50 shs IT. S. Rubber pfd stock. 50 shs Adams Express stock. 30 shs American Bank Note Co. stock, 23 shs N. Y. & New Jersey Tel. stock, 50 shs Swift & Co. '8 stock. $5,030 N. Y N. H. & H. RB. 4 p. o. deb. otfg. 3,500 Middlesex Banking Co. 6 p. et. bonds, due 1897. M. B. NEWTON & CO., Bankers and Brokers, 86 OSANGB STREET. We are pleased ta show the ladies the latest styles ai r r M ; i ' in bnoes Tor Tan ana winter wear. Button Congress Razor Toe. $4.00 Winged Tip Button Razor Toe, 4.00 Crimped Vamp Button Philadelphia Toe, 4.50 Those Viol Kid Button with Piooadllly toe, new tip, at $2.90, cell at eight.. A. B. GREEWOOl), , .773 CHAPEL STREET. Store closed Evenings, except Monday ; anfl Saturday. ' Call and see 8HKFPS PHOTOGRAPHS O THB WORLD and WORLD'S FAIU that w Hreaway. Hyperion. Villlnm fli'litw will appear in hi. nvv p:i "Tj Much Johnson,"' Trlfliiy and Saturday evenings. Mr. Olllmto will rl(,y th part of a vnparle o- mopohtan ort ct a Har i.nJ, thr will be a dash of the Don Juan about him. Mr, Gillette needs no introduc tion to a New Haven audience as his appearance in "A Private Secre tary" for many years is well known. Sale of seats now open. Kellar will be seen on Monday even ing next in a performance absolutely novel in such startling: features as "The Bhrlne of Koomra Saml," "The Mystic Llg-ht of Bala", and "The Talking Image." Sale of seats opens Friday, The greatest Wagnerian director Anton Boidl will conduct the orches tral concert that is to occur on Tues day evening next, but also that one of the greatest orchestras In existence will do the playing. The Soldi orches tra numbers full fifty musicians, and Includes among Us members a number of distinguished soloists, who appear in virtuoso performance as the director requires. The vocalists also are ar tists of fame. Sale of seats opens Thursday, October 26. Grand Opera Home. "A Baggage Check" was presented again last evening to a large audi ence and it will be repeated this after noon and evening. Farce comedies as a rule carry about ten people and a few trunks, depending entirely upon the resources of the theaters for scen ery and effects; but Mr. Giles Renolds, the manager of the "A Baggage Check," realizing that one-half the suc cess of a play is its surroundings and details, conceived the novel idea of carrying everything required, thus leaving no loophole whereby his pat rons could class "A Baggage Check" with the ordinary traveling show. The Great International Vaudevilles, composed of the picked artists of the world, brought from all quarters of the globe, each one being a stellar attraction in their several roles, will be at the Grand Opera, house to morrow evening for one night only. Although this is one of the most ex pensive organizations on the road, this season, the management after mature deliberation have decided to let the prices remain as usual. "Wonderful Montanas" will be the special feature of this fine company, Their act is described by an exchange, as follows: When the applause had subsided the curtain was rung up and disclosed a sugar loaf looking appara tus in oak and brass. This formed part of the plant of the Montanas, who gave a startling1 illusion called "Elec tromanla." A gentleman is Introduced Into the above mentioned box, is locked In by a committee invited on the stage, a wicker basket is then placed over all, a pistol is fired, five seconds are count ed and lo and behold the gentleman who was so snugly locked up in the box is not there, but is in the dress circle in view of the whole house. Nor is this all. Upon the box being unlock ed and the lid raised there appears to view, rising from inside, a handsome young lady attired In a lovely evening costume. This act is a great surprise to every beholder.' Mr. Bunnell could only secure the services of this com pany for one night only. It is a re markable attraction and no doubt the house will be paoked. A charming play will be presented at the Grand the' last two days of the present week, with matinee on "Sat urday. "The Two Sisters1' is a series of living pictures representing life in a great city on the same simple home like principles as "The Old Homestead" pictures life in the country. Denman Thompson and George W. Ryer are re sponsible for both, and it would in deed be difficult to decide which of the two is the most realistic Miss Ella Morris, the only woman ventriloquist, delighted the visitors to the lecture hall annex at the Grand Opera house last night. Miss Morris will be seen at every performance. The mechanical shoe still remains and is a source of great amusement, espe cially to the women and children Foil's Wonderland Theater. One of the best programs ever .pre sented at Wonderland is that of this week. Every act on the long program Is excellent. The principal attraction is the Baroni Brothers, and nothing so wonderful In the way of contortion has ever been seen here before. Sam and Kittle Morton are another team that elicit great applause. Their dancing Is great and there is a novelty about their act that is particularly pleasing. All of the other acts on the program are good, and it is no wonder that the house is crowded at every performance. On Trial for Smuggling. Plattsburg, N. Y., Oct. 23. The pre liminary examination of Hon. Allan -S. Matthews' Franklin county's assembly man, on a charge of smuggling, is in progress before United States Commls mlssloner Wheeler. Mr. Andrews, who lives at Fort Covington, is charged with smuggling 340,000 pounds of wool. The Information wa3 laid against him by two Canadians, who claim they pur Chased the wool for Matthews and as sisted in bringing lit" over. These Ca nadians, being fugitives from Canada on account of smuggling from the United States, turned state's evidence in order that they could have some place where they could live. Elm City Driving Park Will Present an An ' imated Scene Next Saturday. Several of the local admirers of horse flesh and trotting have arranged a meeting which will be held at the Elm City Driving park next Satir' ly after noon at 2:30i o'clock. The track will be put in first class condition, and the events of the afternoon will prove un usually Interesting. The admission to the park will be free, and It is expected that a large crowd will be In attendance. Among those who will take part are William Neely, Who will drive his pair; George Treat and hia pair, Frank P. Clark and his pair, George T, White and hia pate. Among the single drivers will be Dr.' Ross, Police Commissioner John A. Doollttle, John Dillon and. several others. John McCram will also be pres ent,, and drive his celebrated horse "Bobert,' t WALUNOi'VBD, lUiult of the lUeea itrdy 0nrl Mews of the Town. There was a fair niui crowd at the races yesterday afwrnoon, and the trot ting was quite interesting. The first race was the 2:45 class class, and Fleetwood Wilkee, from the Prospect Farms, won three straight heats easily. O. L. Pem Ing's b g, Swallow, took second money; C. F. Andrew's blk m, Hattle M., third, Joseph Dennis' bile h, Clayatone, third. Time, 1:32, 2:32., 2;32V4. The 2:32 class was next on the pro gram, but was unfinished on account of darkness, and will be finished this after noon at 1 o'clock. The first heat was won by J. IL'Alderlge's Dr. L. The second and third by Joseph Dennla' Minnie T. Time, 2:30, 2:29V, 2:30. During the second heat A. N. Graves' b g, Koman, driven by F. Templeton of Sullleld, started to run, and the driver was thrown out on the track and was run over by one or more of the sulkies and considerably bruised, but escaped without any bones being brok en. The horse continued to run around the track and narrowly escaped serious collision with the other horses. J. H. Alderlge, who was well In the lead.had to hold up his horse to avoid a collision and In so doing lost first place, as Min nie T.. who was only a few yards be hind, made a spurt and won by a neck. The runaway continued its pace under the wire, and when the bell from the grand stand was sounded ft stopped of its own accord and turned around and came slowly back toward the judges' stand. During the third heat P. J. Don ovan's Silver Plater took a streak of kicking and soon demolished the sulky. The program for this afternoon will consist of the 2:38 and 2.24 classes. There are eleven entries In the former and eight in the latter race. The fast time is expected In the last race. Many of the horses in yesterday's races are entered for to-day. John W. Ailing as committee on the case of Luby vs. Redmond has reported in favor of William l,uby as administra tor. Redmond's counsel, Messrs. Stod dard and Harrison, have stated that they will file a remonstrance to the re port being accepted by the superior court. The counsel for the administra tor are confident that the report of the committee will be maintained by the court The town hall has been engaged for Saturday evening by the American Pro tective Tariff league, and It Is probable that Senator O. H. Piatt will speak on the tariff question. Albert Jones' team had a serious col lision with an electric car near Wal lace's bridge Monday evening. The wagon was considerably broken up and Mr. Jones narrowly escaped injury. Two years ago there were 288 names presented to be made voters. This year there are 259. G. K. Carrington is temporarily back in his old position ini J. W. Lane's store, owing to the fact that Robert J. Lane Is disabled by one of Job's comforters. Joseph Fisher sails from New York for England to-day. The selectmen will be in session to day from 9 to 5 o'clock to make new voters. 1 Mrs. Thomas King has gone to Lud low, Vt to attend the funeral of her aunt. The socialist-labor party will try and have a meeting In Turn hall this even ing. The stone crusher and engine, etc., cost $2,138.24, and Is practically a dead Issue, as crushed stone can be pur chased by the carload for much less money than It costs to crush the stone here. The visit of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew to Cheshire has been, postponed until next Tuesday evening. The National band has accepted the Invitation of the Bianford band to at tend its coming fair, and will go to Branford Monday evening, November 12. OBAJfD JtAlZIBS Of Republicans In Danbnry and Norwich Last Night. Danbury, Oct. 23. The republicans of this city to-night held a rally at the opera house. There were a large num ber present, and addresses were made by Senator Frye and E. J. Hill of Nor- walk. SENATOR COFFIN AT NORWICH. 4 Norwich, Oct. 23. Senator O. Vincent Coffin, the republican candidate for governor, addressed a republican rally held this evening in this city. Speeches were also made by Loren M. Cook of Barkhamsted, the candidate for lieu tenant governor, and Congressman Charles A. Russell. A GIFTED OBAXOR. Ex-Member of Parliament to Speak To Night at the Hyperion. The Hon. T. D. Sullivan, M. P., and ex-mayor of Dublin, will deliver his celebrated lecture, "History and Poetry of Ireland," in the Hyperion this even ing. Mr. Sullivan is well known In the national politics of England, and it is upon the subject of national affairs in Ireland and England that he will talk. He is far famed as a gifted orator and a statesman . thoroughly familiar with the great issues now engaging the attention of England and Ireland. He will touch upon the troubles of the two Irish parties in ' parliament. Mr. Sul livan will entertain the audience with songs of his own composition. Mfe ' " A pumpkin pie Without some cheese, Is like a kiss ' Without a squeeze." A morning meal Is not complete, In Winter, without Perfection Buckwheat ' 8. M. STREET & CO. atcal gstate. TO HUNT. PLLRASANT furnlihod rooms at tt Howe street; every convenience. 4tf KOIt KENT, FUKNISIIF.Ii rooma, modern Improve menu, with or without hoard. Apply OIil 77 WALL BTHEH'f. POIt KKNT. IOUR nice rooms, 110 Gilbert avenue f 10. 1 QIM7H ItKMS, PRINTED LIST of forty ronts may be had for I he unking. JOH N T. H 1.0 AN, l'it S8 Cliapol street. A, FOK KKNT. ITMVE pleasant rooms, second floor, IS Fot- tiTsireet, Inquire OlttlftU 83 LYON STREET. FOK RKNT. s EVEN ronnis, second floor, modern Im 1 proveinvnts, to a family of adult. O20 7tt Inquire 51 rEARLHTHEET. FOR KKNT. TTITH or without lioaid, pleasant front IT room, furnished, suitanle for one or two occupants, 442 GKOlttiK STREET. FOK KKNT. FIRST floor, with modern Improvement", o2H7t" 111 DWIQHT STREET. FOIt SALIC, FINE lot of (Ionium Canary birds at , oStTf 48 ORANGE 8XKKET. FOIt KKNT. A ONE or two-fumtly bouse, every con vent ouce. oa court BOOHOWAKO AVENUE. FOIt KKNT. s ECOND floor on DwlKlit street j also brlok house on Hnvn stroflt. suitable for a small family. Inquire at OS! 7t 75 HOWE STREET. FOK KKNT. IN private family, pleasant room, with board, for man and wife, or two sentlo men; also table Imnrd; location oentral. an ii Aunress uak, courier omce. FOIt KENT, LOVELF corner apartment, steam heated, nerfect in all annnlntmentii. A complete Janitor's service. $425 per year. jun.i uai, normanuie, cor. rorn s21 tf and George, or 1131 Chapel street. L7U (111 IT fill IltW'll AVEHY desirable residence at North Ha ven centor. with barn and six aores of laud ; house situated in a beautiful irrovo ; near two depots. An exceptionally tlno property, n must De seen to ur appreciated. Auuress N. W. H1NE. o33 7t 700 Chapel street. BEST RENTS IN city, $18 and 830, all appointments and conveniences : artlstlo modol homes, en trances and all accommodations separate; six rooms, verandas, balconies, bath rooms, ranges, hot and cold water. Kits, etc., nicely decorated ; select families only ; State street cars. Apply au!8tf 287 FERRY, COR. ENGLISH. FOR SALE. Two Family House on Whalley Avenue. Good barn. Lot 60x288 feet. JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 116 Church street. Open evenings. FOR SALE, THREE first-class hrlok houses, centrally located ; one of these could be exchanged for other property which rents well. CHAS. D. NICOLL & CO., 82 Church street, (Benedict Building), room 15, Evenings from 7 to 8. FARM FOR SALE, "TTERY fine location, on main road in Wood V brldire. Large, roomy buildings, fine excellent summer home. Call or address GEORGE A. ISBELL, 787 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. FOR SALE, No. 183 Bradley Street, One-family frame house; improvements: Lot 41x160x09. CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Open Monday and Saturday evenlngB. FOR SALE, A GOOD PAYING HOUSE, Would take a building lot or farm in ex- uuauge. K. E. BALDWIN, d&w 818 Chapel street. BUY a BUILDING LOT Now While Prices fire Low. CITY LOTS, SHORE LOTS, SUBURBAN LOTS. EDWARD M. CLARK, 121 CHURCH STREET, Evenings 7 to 8. Boom 18. FOR SALE, A HOUSE on Olive street, near Chapel St.; lot 60x200. Price will be made low and terms very easy to a prompt buyer, MERWIN'S Real Estate Offloe, sa 750 Chapel street. I Have a Long List Of oentral resident and business properties for sale at very low figures. Bargains In houses and lots In every ward In the city. Renting and the care of property. For Sale One-family house, good condi tion, Carmel avenue; price 82,400; terms easy; a bargain. For Sale First-class two-family house, new, In first-class neighborhood in western nart of city. Easy terms and prioe low. Building lots at your own price. Loans Negotiated. L. G. HOADLEY, Room a, Hoadley Building, 40 Church St. o!6 Open Evenings. 29 Collis Street. BICE LOW, Smokers, Take Notice If you want an Imported, Key West or pomestio Cigar, Bmoklng, Chewing or Plug Tobaooo, or a good Pipe, Call at Laubers Cigar Store, ; ta 735 Chapel street WLtuxts. One f.'Atife ft Wnrri imh InMrilnn. flvi cents a Word for a full Week, seven times. WANTF.O, AHOY sixteen years of age.who Is will! n a to work, wnnl. n nlnnst tn Imapti fuima good trade. Address O. O., Tills Offloe, WANTED. A PROTECTANT waitress; experienced. City references require!, ( all from I to s p. in. at oiatt 4gWHlTNEY AVE. WANTED, JITCATIONbyrespfctable girl to do gen 7 oral housework In private family. Inquire' Qg 't SU V'OIIK b'l'UEKT, aide door. WANTED. SITUATION by a comtietont -lrl; general liniisHwurk; small family. Call at he present place. o2l If 4-M OEoKOK ST. WANTED, A COMPETENT Gorman seamstress and oluinilwrmald dealres a good situation. Bent ret'ureiiova. Addrosn oS If in IIUOAD STREET. WANTED, BT young oouplc, rent of 6 or rooms, modern Improvements, In good nelitM biirhnod, not ovor 15 minutes' walk from Yald median! nehoul, c24 If KENT, this QIHoo. WANTED. A YOUNO girl would Ilk.) a situation fo Xx. general housework. Applvat It 42 YOtlrt SI STREET. IVAVTVIl s ITITATION, seamstress or chambermaid WANTED. A COMPETENT dressmaker desires en frfliriMnmtta liv thi.il.... H teed; references given. Address two n- f. u. BOX 1132. WANTKD. A FIRST-CLASS stone man j none other need apply. Call at the National Fold ing box ee rapor U.. corner Bradlav ami William streets. oS tf WANTED, "VTEW Haven Employment offloe, US Court 1 street Good help in every branoa Housework. ol28t MRS. BAUD. WANTF.D, FIRST-CLASS household help, also altuo4 tlons for such. MRS. BABB, aug)28t iM Court street. WANTED, BY a competent woman, a situation to oook In a boarding houso or hotel ; sho bas a thorough experience and is first-class 1 no objection to tho coudtry. I have also a nice second girl and waitress", or can furnish at short notioe a capable housework girl with city references. BARTHOLOMEW'S, CI Grunge street, Giuidofroy's Old Stand. WANTED, EVERYBODY ncedingservantsto call here,' Wo supply all the best. Wo have sorted out and discarded most of the useless class These seek new offices (where they are no known), which are springing up constantly. Wo have been here years and use judgment, selecting only those that will do the work re quired. We have the nnest facilities and can serve you hotter than anyone else. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, au6 776 Chapel street. isccUaneoiis. PATENT STOVE BRICK, TIT-ARRANTED one year. TV sl8 29t 7fti STATE STREET. STENOGRAPHER o F exnerlenoe desires noalt.lnn; owns t' wruer. acou rate, courier omce. out A GENTLEMAN WILL RENT HIS coach team, and rockaway, with oare f ul coaohman, by the week or day. o 19 7t S8 OLIVE STREET. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR PERMANENTLY removed by elootrlo ne) dies; perfect eucoess warranted. For further particulars address o3ttt P.O. BOX 951. OLD STAFFORDSHIRE CROCK UKY for deoorating; your choioej forKic. 018H4 141 ORANGE. . PRIVATE FAMILY, CENTRALLY locatod, have two pleasant furnished rooms; would rent with Off without board. Address o38 Ttt ROOMS, care Carrier 36. FINE DRESSMAKING AT 676 State street. Tailor-mad" suits and wraps at reasonable prices. Perfect fit, ting guaranteed. o23 7tt BROOMS, BROOMS, BROOMS, PURITAN. Palace, Welcome. Ask yoiur grooer for these and accept no other. 033 3t The Bradley, Dann & Carrington Co, WINTER IS CLOSE AT HAND, PREPAKE for it by getting your ash sifter,' ash cans, coal hods, lire snovels, furnace shovels at once of The Bradley, Dann & Car4 rlngton Co., 406 and 41)8 State stre t. o238t WE HAVE GLOVES TO SUIT EVERYBODY and our prices suit every body; it is astonishing what bargains wa have this season in this line. The Bradleyi Dann & Carrington Co. iiS 8t MILKMEN YOU SHOULD SEE OUR new Royal Lantern. It has extra large size burner and gives twice the light of ordinary lanterns. The Bradley) Dann & Carrlnvton Co. ()) 3t FRESH FISH. 3 AAA POUNDS sea trout and wig fish, ,WW 6o per lb. Long Island scollops si5o quart, OLD GRAND AVENUE 023 3tt FISH BOAT. "$1.88 FOR" A WARRANTED STEM winding and stem setting watch chain thrown in. 022 S4 2il LINSLEY, ROOT & CO. "68 CTS. FOR OUR "HUSTLER" JACK knife, genuine stag handle, bevel blades, warranted ; price reduced, as wo want every carpenter in town to use one. LINSLEY, BOOT & CO. 022 24 26 Open evenings. "OH, SAY I" HAVE YOU SEEN OUR OH cent horse blanket ? Liverymen are buying them by the dozen. 5- A fanoy blankets In great variety at small prices. 022 24 26 LINSLEY, ROOT & CO. "MOTORMEN" CAN SAVE TIME and money by coming direotly here for gloves and mittens ; over 100 styles opened and displayed in original boxes oa our oounter. LINSLEY, HOOT & CO.. o92 24 86 33 Broadway, CLAIRVOYANT, .i READINGS on all Private and Business; Mattors. MEDICAL Woman's dlsoaaew . Consultation In person or by letter. MARY J. WKIGHT, M. D., ap28 ly Office. Tontine Hotel. 149 Church st ille to Have Rapid Transit. BUILDING lots on Main, Fountain, West Prospect, Willard, Alden, Barnett, and other desirable residence streets in Westvllle, for sale at prices ranging from two to te4 cents por square foot. Now Is the time to buy. For particulars call on or address H.C.PARDEE, nlStf 122 Fountain street, Westvllle. EARLE& SEYMOTJB, SOLICITORS OF American and Foreign PATENTS, ;i 868 Chapel Street, NEW HAYEH, CONN, ' ' 694 Chapel . Street, 1 , - . - , ' . , f '.;K , 't ' ."V", j' . i ;,'