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NEW IIAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND'COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27 1894.
Jtedsfoigoii
Cloak
day.
Jtday the Outer Garment
Buyers will be OUT IN
FORCE..
We
Are OaiL-
With a Superb Stock for
them to choose f romj
For An
fadividmia!
Style,
" Be It Coat or Cape, Suitor
Gown, try here. We can
give you such.
Prices range, $5.00 to
$195.00.
Special
PersiaeLamnib
apes
At $33.00, worth' $50.00.
.
Thirty Inches long, and very
full sweep.
762 to 768 Chapel Street.
1 am now delivering Koal in
KOAL
cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all
dirt and buy of
W. F. GILBERT,
65 Church Street, opposite Postofflce, 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue.
NEW GOODS
New Buckwheat, Griddle Cake, Pancake and Self
Raising Flour, etc. ' ,
New Maple Syrup, Sugar House Syrup and Rock
Candy Syrup.
We have just received an extra fine lot of New
French Prunes, New Citron, New Raisins, etc.
Another lot of those fine Olives, only 20c pt bottles.
. ".:....',,:'..' .AT THE "' " ' '" '
BOSTON GROCERY,
' N. A. FULLERTON, Prop,
7 926 Chapel Street, corner 0! Temple
Branch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street
Mrs Spr tai Carpels.
Th$ Prices are Low.
l: Fine Mattings. ;
Did it oyer occur to yon that a good Matting is tbe
. cheapest to bny ? Ours are yery cheap in price
and extra good in quality.
NEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO.,
r CABPETINGS AND DBAPEBIES ' s ;
; ; 68, 70 and 72 Orange Street; , , .
' CLOSED SATUBPATB AT 12 M. DTOING JULY AND AUGUST,
THIS WEEK, v
. speciai prices w wimrn'mm
IsARQE YARIETY OP. COLORS 'AND STYLES.
i'v : : : TIE MOM
ep . Chapel Strcst
VERMONT
, MAPLE
, , SYRUP!!
StriotlyPure.
Made from tb Maple Sap, not melted
from so-caiabd maple sugar. We offer
It for 11.00 per gallon j In plsin bottles
6 to gallon, iloo eaoh j In haoj whit
flint bottles, SOo each. Toll we bought
In tbe sprint and bare bad it In oold
to rage all tummer. It If Juit right.
- A larse (took of Hamburg Canned
Tomatoes, Hamburg Canned Feet,
Hamburg Canned 8lrlnglrM Beuns. We
believe these oannod goods bare no su
perior in any market.
' .CHEESE. ,
New Graif Edam, Roquefort, Bap
ago, English Dairy, Neufehatel, Club
boiue, MUler't Canadian Paragon tbree
size Jar.
Brandy Cheese in Jars Mo eaob.
A choloe toft, buttery full oream
white obeese, oe fine aa we have erer
told; tO boxes of September make.
New White Clover Honey, 1 lb boxes.
New Layer Figs.
A large (took of KENNEDY'S BIS
CUITS Just received from the factory,
perfectly fresh, consisting in part of;
Newtont, Manhmallow Bonboni, Al
berts, Afternoon Tea, Beacon Hills,
Cream . Leaves, Lexingtons, Coooanut
Creams, Bijou Dessert. Coooanut Taffy,
Vanilla Creams, Sultana Fruit, Ice
Creams, Chocolate Bars, Bar Harbors,
Thin Water, Society, Banquets, Cham
pions. A good stock of Chocolate, Lemon,
Vanilla and Raspberry Wafers, 2So box.
N. B.-0ur store will be open
eTery evening until 7 o'clock, ex
cepting Saturday, until lurther
notice.
THE
l I HI
Cor. Church and Elm Streets.
Partridge, Quail, Woodcock.
FANCY MEATS.
FRESH ARRIVAL
OF
TABLE DELICACIES.
Fruit and Vegetables.
'
Telephone oaU MO, .
bags and carried into the
The Assortment Larqe.
DBIPERI CO4 , ?
-" ?
4
MINIATURE ALMANAO.
OCTOBER (I. '
bus bits, iM t.ul I t
DEATHS.
FOWLER In OulUurd, October M, Bdward
cmorNwa vuwiur, agea 1 1 vian,
ununtl Mrvlow at toe residence of Thomas
OrUwold st U o'clock Monday, Ootobar Nth.
Burial la &n llavca upou the arrival of
fcoj train, t
MARINE 148X.
POM OF NEW UAYKW.rfif
CLBAKSD.
Beh Jamas Bnyee.Blaka, Norfolk.
Boh Uutfh Kelly, Uitskull, l'lil.a.
Ben Annie and liuljy, Perry, N, t.
Hob Hubort A. Snyder, Outline,
FOR KKNT. .
4 PLEASANT rent of five rooms, 133
fprlug street, inquire
ft 1U4UHBBTT STREET.
FOR KKNT.
rpHREH rooms, 32t Howard avenue, to
A. suui'soiiij t rurnaoo hot. nil ht
TO KKNT.
HANDSOME furnished room with all mod
era Improvements. Inquire
tfflttt 63 Ql.lVB STREET.
LOST.
TEN foot, Upstresk, rowboat t bright top.
sides, ouppar paint on bottoia, wovua
bone around unUor jfunwsle. Will Sudor no
tlfy the janitor of ibo New Uavea Yacht
Club o87 1H
FOK KKNT.
OOD opriubt pianos, .00 for the winter.
Oct a Dlano. rive the oullJren a obnuoe
and en joy life f there Is no use la living If
wooamiothave some of tbe enlnymonta of
Uf. 0. M. LOOMldONU.
oMtf 813 Cbapul mrert.
AN OPPORTUNITY
T710B a live binlnew man with $1,500 to act
I ' UIHinuiruliMiul tuIrA nnlHnP IntiifitU,
In a buslueas wltb no oom petition and large
proDU; no money required until satisfied
that everything sail light. For furtlier In
formation address F
ori7t. Journal and Oourlnr Oinne.
SKLKCT 8WKOISU HELP
T lib Meadow street. Entrance from
L sldo. oMIf
CLAIRVOYANT.
READINGS on all Private and Buslneu
Matters. MEDICAL Woman's dlswaoa.
onsuiuuon in portion or ny letter.
MAKY J. WRIGHT, M. D.,
ap3g ly Office. Tontine Hotel. 148 Church it.
District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court,)
October 2ttth. 14. f
"J? ESTATE of HORACE P. HOADLEY, lale
JCj of Now Haven, In said district, deceased.
Tbe administrator having exhibited bis ad
ministration aooount with said estate to this
court for allowanoe. It Is
unutiiicu mat tne xaaayor novemDor,
A. D. 1WM, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at a
Probate court to be held at New Haven, with
in and for tbe district of New Haven, be and
the same Is axalgned for a hearing on the al
lowance of said administration aooount with
said estate, and this oourt directs the admin
istrator to cite all persons Interested therein to
appear at said time and place, by publishing
tills order three times in some newspaper
having a circulation In said district..
A. HBATUJ KUllbHlSUM,
o2T8f Judge of raid Probate Court.
QUALITY FIRST,
Prices Next.
This is what you will consider If you
are a wise buyer, and you will find that
Durant, ths Jeweler's,
Stock is of the finest and his prices
right.
New lines of Solid and Silver Plated
Ware, Optloal Goods, Watches
and Jewelry.
55 CHURCH STREET,
Opposite Postofflce.
THE
Deerfoot Farm
Little Sausages
AND
jSliced Bacon,
Put up in one and two lb packages.
GILBERT & THOMPSON.
H. F. BL0GG& BRO.,
Cash or Credit
. HOME FURNISHERS,
699 Chapel street, Hew Haven, Conn.
FULL LINE OF
Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets,
Oilcloths, Beds, Baby Carriages,
Mattresses, Parlor and
Cook Stores.
Character Is Credit.
Store open 7 a. m. to 0:30 p. nu, Saturday
and Monday evenings to 9. ,
m II
CORK-SOLED SHOES
Is what we are selling now, and judging
from the way they disappear from our
shelves we must have the Banner Line.
It's the proper shoe tor comfort, beath
and style. f - - '
Our Enamel Grain, Cork Sole, Hand
Welt piooadUly, at 16.50, is beauty.
Ne finer shoe made than Bannister's
Cordovan Hand Bowed Cork Sole, calf
lined, 17.00.
And for Style and fit we ddnt take a
back seat on onr Cork Bole at t5,00, :
If that Is too much, we have a good
styled Calf, also jpurttan Calf Cork Sole,
at 13.00. -
:A.BGllEEIf001,,!
s ; 773 CHAPEt STREET ,!
Store: closed Evenings, exoept Monday
' and EaturOay.
to-.
LUs r. .J
' KStXHTJltSMKSn.
nnwrioB,
William OUlette's recent attempt to
kill time, which answers to the name of
;'Too Much Johnson," was presented
to a large and appreciative audience.
The piece abounds In wit and humor
from first to last The story of "Too
Much Johnson", Is that of Ous Hillings,
a ray and festive Tonkerslte, married
and with ai mother-in-law who gets Into
a flirtation with a. French woman and
uses his capacity for twisting the truth
to cover up certain little lapses
of time that as a model married man
with a mother-in-law be Is bound to ex
plain. Mr. Gillette in the chief role repeated
his former success made In "The Prate
secretary," ana nis worn as usual was
most admirable. His peculiar wit and
dry humor Is especially noticed in this
production. His career as nn actor and
author baa been and Is very successful.
His new work will only serve to fur
ther his fame throughout the country.
The work of the supporting company
was excellentRalph Dclmoreas "Joseph
Johnson, esq," made much of the part
and In deserving of sharing honors
with the star. 'Others worthy of special
mention are Miss Maud Harlan, Miss
Kate Meek, 6am Reed, Miss Marie
Qreenwall, Miller Kent, Harry Bell.The
piece will toe, repeated this evening.and
Judging by the large audience last ev
ening It will be witnessed by one of the
largest audiences of the present season
to-night. All lovers of comedy should
not fall to witness this excellent com
edy. Among those present were Charles
Frohmaa end David Belasco of New
York city.
Seeing la hot always believing, but
seeing the Kellars'is believing that
their magical novelties are unrivaled.
This genuinely greatest of contempo
rary magicians will be seen on Mon
day evenings next, with the results of
a summer spent in investigations
abroad, which have yielded no stranger
fruit than the wonders he now displays
here for the first time. Among them
are "The Shrine of Koomra Sam!,"
which baffles description, "The Mystic
Light of Bala," which still puzzles
such great German experts aa Hein
ricn nensoiat. . Bale or seats now
open.
The reserved seat sale for the Seldl
orchestra concert at this house, which
Is to take place on Tuesday evening.
October 30, Is now going on at the box
office. The great orchestra has been
newly reorganized In part, and now in
cludes fifty or more highest class ar
tists, all permanently engaged and
composing the regular orchestra. A
program of unusual features is arrang
ed, which Anton Seldl will dfirect in
person. Two soloists are also to ap
pear. Miss Lillian Blauvelt, one of the
most brilliant vocalists now before the
public, and Slgnor Campanarl, bari
tone, from) the 'Metropolitan Opera
house. New York. This concert is the
first of several that are to be given by
the Seidl orchestra In New Haven dur
ing the season. '
Madame Melba will appear on Friday
evening, November 2. ' Associated with
Madame Melba Is the famous Madame
Scalchi, who for years has been sing
ing her way into the hearts of the
people. There are many contraltos on
the operatic stage arid good ones, too,
but with much truth be it said there
is only one Scalchi. Two more of the
artists of this rich ' ensemble-Ml
M&ugutere and M. Plancon, together
with the two song-birds already
named, form as rich a quartet of fine
singers as are to be heard In any
opera house in this or any other coun
try. Sale of 'seats opens Monday.
Orand Opera Howie.
The auditorium of the Grand was a
fine sight last evening, crowded as it
was with a large reprsentation of the
elite of the city. Standing room only
could be obtained at 8:05 o'clock. The
occasion of thia throng was the pre
sentation of "The Two ' .sters," which
was written by Denman Thompson and
George W. Byer. The first act opens
in New York, in the interior of a hotel,
and represents how the two sisters had
left home, also bringing before the au
dience the villain and the hero. The
scene of act second is laid in Central
Park. The two sisters are sitting in
the park and are treated very imperti
nently by a gentlemanly looking loun
ger, who is about to scrape up an ac
quaintance when he Is prevented by
the appearance on the scene of Hiram
Pepper, an honest, good-natured ex
miner from Montana. The westerner
advises the girls to have nothing to do
with the masher. One of the pleasing
features of this act is the humorous
character Johanna Nolan, by Miss Em
ily Stowe, who convulses the audience
by her extremely cute remarks. Act
third brings us to a housetop in New
York, where Hiram Pepper has taken
up his residence. He falls In love with
the younger of the sisters whom he
protected In the park, and has hired her
as a housekeeper, not yet Jiavlng de
clared his love. The elder sister in the
meantime has been betrayed by the
same villain who met her In the park.
In the last act the villain Is brought to
justice and Pepper marries the younger
sister, Mary. A very pleasing number
of the third act is the singing of "Old
Folks at Home" by the famous basso,
Mr. J.- B. Martin. ' Hia performance
called forth strong applause. ' Mr. Add
By man as Hiram Pepper was: -great,
doing full justice to the part of a rough
but honorable retired miner. Harry
Horton, the rascal, was splendidly por
trayed by Mr. Wlllard Lee, while Miss
Henrietta Lee and Miss Ethel Marlowe
as the two sisters Were certainly fine.
Miss Lee was superb in the cast of a
girl betrayed and sunk to the deepest
despair,, while Miss Marlowe seemed
very real In the pretty ways of an In
nocent young girl.' All .the cast was
good, and the manager may be con
gratulated on bis obtaining so good an
entertainment for New Haven: The
play will be repeated this afternoon and
evening.
I Robert Manchester'a ' French Folly
company of burlesquera Is a show well
worth witnessing. There is a lengthy
olio of good specialties, embraolng
some of the very best people on the
vaudeville stage. The dosing piece. In
a very funny burlesque, and It la staged
with ' elaborate and magnlfloent oos-
tuma. During the. action of the Jbom
lesque tbe girls will to teen In taking
dances and marches In which their
shapely forms, and beautiful costumes
add much to the beauty of the perform
ance, will be seen va Monday and
Tuesday evenings uNtt week,
The visitors to the lecture hall annex
at the Grand Opera house were de
lighted last evening by the entertain
ment given by Miss Ella Morris, "the
only lady ventriloquist." "The Old
Woman That Lived In a Bhoa" is on
hand to weloome all. The hall Is free
to the patrons of the theater.
Poll's Wonderland Theater.
Manager Poll haa secured an excep
tionally fine list of attractions for next
week, when he will present the strong
est bill even given at this popular thea
ter. The chief feature of the blU will
be the five fascinating ladles who have
set London orasy with their art of
"Linger Longer, Lucy." Their appear
ance at the Wonderland Is their first en
gagement outside of New York, and Mr.
Poll presents them to the amusement
seeking publlo of Nw Haven as one of
the star attractions of the season. With
them will be presented other prime at
tractions known 'everywhere In the
vaudeville world, as Bmlth and Camp
bell, and the DeBollen brothers.Bench
and Kennedy and John W. World.
VOURX 11XCORD.
City Co art Criminal Blde-Jndge Cable.
The Chase lottery ticket case was
continued until November. 12; Natalo
Acunto and Joseph Fusso, theft, nolled
on payment of $7.72 costs each; Isaao
Uartenstein, keeping gaming house,
(100 fine, 12.16 coats; Alexander Monroe'
gaming, S39 fine, 12.16 costs; Vincent M.
Baldwin, theft, three months in jail,
$8.83 costs; James B. Golden, theft, $25
fine, J6.24 costs; Frederick Cook, non
support and breach of the peace, con
tinued until November 1; Charles S.
Gorham, breach of the peace, nolle;
James H. Eagan, breach of the peace,
continued until November 1; Edward
J. Dean, breach of the peace.bound over
to the superior court; James Welch,
violation of city ordinance, nolled on
payment of $5.42 costs; Oscar Strauss,
theft, committed to reform school;
James C. McNamara, violation of Sun
day liquor law, S50 fine, 16.24 costs; John
Brown, reform school complaint, con
tinued until November 26; Frank Clark,
conspiracy, continued until November
Conrt Notes.
Judge G. W. Wheeler heard various
motions and arguments yesterday.
John Fagan of Derby was granted a
foreclosure on furniture of the Hoff
man house, Derby, and a mortgage of
$2,100 held by the Walllngford Times
Publishing company on the plant of
the paper, which was sold to Richards
& Buckmaster, was foreclosed by order
of the court. The time limit for re
deeming the property was fixed at No
vember 13. .,
Further proceedings were held in the
divorce suit of Susannah Turcotte va
Octave Turcotte, t a , wealthy oyster
grower of Oyster Point.
Twenty-Sixth Anniversary, A. O. V. W.
The twenty-sixth anniversary of the
A. O. U. W. was celebrated by all of the
lodges of this city 4n Golden Rule hall
last night. Members were present
front Sterling, Pyramid, East Bock,
Phoenix and Momauguin lodges, about
one hundred in all. Addresses for the
good of the order were made by Grand
Supervisor John C. Gallagher, Past
Master Llndsley of East Bock lodge,
Past Master Hackett of Sterling lodge,
Past Master Trecartln ot West Bock
lodge, and others, . The musical and lit
erary program was as follows: Bqolta
tlons by Charles Marvin, Edward DI-
neen and W. Manning Reynolds; a bass
solo by Mr. Harry Hunle, a member of
the Mendelssohn quartet, and solos by
Charles Wellman and Burt Tucker.
1 -
"A Friend In Need is a Friend Indeed."
A friend advised me to try Ely's
Cream Balm, and after using It six
weeks I believe myaelt cured of ca
tarrh. It is a most valuable remedy.
Joseph Stewart,' '624 Grand avenue,
Brooklyn, N. Y- :
My son was afflicted with catarrh, I
Induced him to try Ely's Cream Balm
and the disagreeable catarrhal smell
left him. He appears as well as anyone.
J. C. Olmstead, Areola, III.
Price of Cream Balm Is fifty cents.
Dean's Kheumatlo PlUs absolutely cure
rheumatism and neuralgia. Entirely vege
table, Bale.
Try Armour's pure leaf lard, the finest
made. 426 State street.
'a
'"A pumpkin pie
Without some cheese,
Is like a kiss
Without a sqtieeze."
tJi -if-
A morning meal
Is not complete,
In Winter, Without
Perfection Buckwheat
S. H. STREET A CQ.
$cal gstatc.
FOR SAMS,
FINE building Int. near Whitney svenua.
3Uf Addreaa V, O. BOX 7'6.
IttCNTK.
A PRINTED MKT of forty wits may be
had for tut) wikliig. JOHN T. SLOAN,
lit KM Chanel street.
FOK KKNT.
TJIVE plmuant rooms, second floor, II Foe-
-a-
jTsirvet, Inquire
oIK l&it
MLrONBTHsTT.
I UU KKNT.
APLE A AN r hou.o ot 8 rooms, Mows
treot, luuulre
W IIOWR BTHEET.
POIt KKNT,
JKVKN rooms, aeonnd floor, modern iny,
j provementa, to a family of adulia.
ontt Inquire M HKAKL Hl'UEET.
FOR KKNT.
WITH or without board, pleasant front
mom, furnished, aulUme for one or
two occupants, eUaiiOKUBBTUEISr.
FOR KKNT.
F
HiyT floor, with modern Improvement.
UJJTf m !w lliin 1 Ht-fcl.
FOR 8ALK,
F1NB lot of Oermnn nary birds at
. QH37f ill OHANuE BTKKET.
FOR RENT.
FIRST floor 70 Perkins tta-rt, Fair Haven.
HI CUB, MKCnOWN 81.
024 Ht
FOR KKNT.
SECOND floor nn Uwlglit street I also brlok
house on Howe street, suitable for a
small family. Inquire at
nFPER flat 460 w halley avenue. Apply
of Ht V. A. COKlflN, IQJU t hapel St.
FOK KKNT.
IN private family, pleasant room, with
board, for man aad wife, or two gentle
men; also table board; location oentral.
aim AauruM DAt, uouner omoe.
FOR KKNT.
A LOVELY corner apartment, steam
bratcd. perfect In all aoDulntmenta.
complete Janitor's scrvlco, tiSH per year.
4vnn UAi, normanaie, oor. ror
s21 tf and Oiiorge. or Hi Chitpol street.
FOR SALE OR KENT,
VERY desirable residence at North Ha
ven center, with barn and alz aarea of
land ; house situated in a beautiful grove 1
near two dopot. An exceptionally fine
property. It must be seen to be appreciated.
Address N. W. HINK,
Qg7t TOO Chapel street.
BKST RENTS
IN dtv, IK and fan all appointments and
conveniences ; artlstlo model homes, en
tranues and all accommodations separate)
six rooms, verandas, balconies, bath rooms.
ranges, hot and oold water, gas. etc, nloely
uBuuniuN i acieub igmiuea only i d
only; State street
cars. Apply
aul8tf '
287 FERRY. COR. ENGLISH.
for Sale or Exchange,
4 O ACRES In Whitncyvllle, good house of
ten rooms, and barn. Land all tlllnhln.
plenty of fruit, buildings In good condition.
jrnce atf,ow,
CHAS. D. NICOLL A CO..
82 Church street, (Benedict Building), room IS.
Evenings from T to 8.
FOR SALE.
Two Family House on Whalley Avenue.
uooa Darn, urn omasa ioet,
JOHN C. PUNDERFORD,
116 Churoh street.
Open evenings.
FARM FOR SALE,
r isRY line location, on main road in Wood-
aisun. AJtuHVa iuuui; UUUUI Jigs, uutj
shade, abundance of fruit, purespring water;
caucuviiii ouuiuiw uuiuv,. itui ui nuurewi
GEORGE A. ISBELL,
787 Chapel street. New Haven, Oonn.
FOR SALE,
No. I83 Bradley Street,
One-family frame house; improvements;
CHARLES H. WEBB,
850 Chapel Street.
Open Monday and Saturday evenings.
FOR SALE,
A GOOD PAYING HOUSE.
Would take s building lot or farm in ex.
ouauge.
B. 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,
la CHURCH STREET,
Evenings T to 8. Room 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 Office,
B20 7M Chapel street.
I Have a Long List
Of central resident and business properties
for sale at very low figures. Bargains in
houses and lots In every ward In the olty.
Renting and the oars of property,
Vn. Sola Ona.fan,41a hrtiia. nnrul mmJI
v. un.w u j i ...... Huuaa . .rv, WUIU
tlon, Carmel avenue; prloe $3,400; terms easy;
s bargain.
For Sale First-lass two-family house, new,
In llrst-class neighborhood in western part of
olty. Easy terms and prloe low, Building
lots at your own prloe.
Loans Negotiated.
L. G. HOADLEY,
Room j), Hoadley Building, 49 Church St.
018 Open Evenings, j
SVi
Two-family House,
9 Cottage street,
$6,000
' U ' ' , ' ; iu i
,i 1 -,,' ..V li, ', J 1 r. !."- ',-." iv ' '
One Cent s Word each Insertion, five
eenu Word for s full Week, sevsa
times.
WANTED.
IX to eight roomed bouse i three adults,
?uat1 Add reus Courier OBIuq
WANTK.H.
THR Mutual Invraimsnt Co., a irndloat
nwnnniiilp of biialufias property, d est n
a r lablo ageut to tblsclty. F r pnrtioulars
P,!JZJ? J. hilIw.
oafSlt TuiiUne HoteL
WAMTKD,
willing, strong boy.slxteeo years of age,
L wanu work of some klndi or would
aorvsout an appreutlceatilp In order to loara
iuiu ukh gooo rrrorwicHU, AuareM,
WANTED,
A TOCTNO nan for offloe work; good pen-
V Ulan. JLAtirmmM V t UHltfCB V 1L
wturvn
COMPETENT drnwmuker dralrrs en"
agMiuenU by thvday; perfoot dt guaran
rpfereuocs given. AudriM
tewl; ret
uatlt
r. o. box lias.
WANTED,
FinST-CI.ASfl stone man t none others
A
lug
niwu appiy. i nil at too National If old-
nir llox A
Faoer Uj oornsr Uradley and
William streuu.
oilt
WANTED.
VI" ITaven Employment offloe, IM Court
AM streot Good hulp In cvory bntnon
fioinework. ol2t WHS. BAI1H.
WANTED.
ACTIVK salesmen to handle our line, no
peddling. Nularv 7S uar month and
puusw paid to all, Uoodsenilrwynew, Apt
auai oou -an boston. Mass.
WANTED.
ST s competent woman, s situation to
cook In a boarding house or hotel i she
a thorough exuerlonoe and lilnkuliui
to objecilon to the coudtry.
I have alao a nloo second girl and waitress.
wt vau lurnina m siitm uuvioe a oapautv
housework girl with city references.
61 Grange street,
Oaudufroy's Old Stand.
WANTED.
ETERTBODY needlngservants to call hers,
We supply all the beat. We have sorted
out and discarded most of the useless olaas.
These seek new offices (where they are not
known), which are springing up constantly.
We have been here years and use Judgment,
selecting only those that will do the work re
quired. We have tbe finest f acuities and oaa
serve you better than anyone else.
JvJU-.LUX.MK.Yl' AOENCX,
au 776 Chapel street.
pliBCcllautouB.
PATENT STOVE BRICK.
-ITJARRANTBD one y(r.
V slSttt 763 8TATB BTREHT.
STENOGRAPHER
QF ezpeiience desires position; owns type
wrltfr. Acourate, Courier office. ol7tf
A5.00 REWARD
FOR a handsomer embroidered flannel
than the one we sell at 7t cents a yard.
ozaat MALLEY. NBKLY& CO.
BEFORE THE RUSH BEGINS.
SAY 10 a. m., drop In and see the ProvU
denoe stable blanket.
QSOat MALhKI, NEELY ft CO.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
OF every description at price to suit the
times, at 'l'hn Bradlev. Dann A Csrrtnn
ton Co., 4(M and 406 State street. oM8t
LET US JOG YOUR MEMORY
ABOUT the 11-4 flanuol blankets seUIng at
11.60 each.
Qii58t MAIjIjBi ,.WEKLY g CO.
"GIVE THE BOY" A BUCKBOARD
WAGON. You will find them in all styles
at The Bradley; Dann Carrlngtou
Co. oaoat
FOR SALE.
PIANO, $2.1; upright piano, $M.00; 29
second-hand pianos on your own terms;
play while you pay. Don't get Into tua
wrong store. C. M. LOOMId' SONS,
oastf 638 Chapel street.
THE FINEST PARLOR BROOMS
IN the world. Our "Puritan" you saw It
made at th e food and health exhibit-.
don't fall to ask your grooer for It. - The
uraoiey, uann s Harrington uo. oxsnt
THE MORE YOU BUY.
THR more you want to, provided you buy
our 88 inon Shaker flannel.
O20at MALIjEx NEBLY, ft CO.
WE DON'T LIKE TO BRAG.
BUT we think you will excuse us when you
see our line of Gloves: it is the most
complete line la the city.
xue ursaiey, xiann carrington uo
o28 8t 408 and 408 State street.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR
PERMANENTLY removed by eleotrlo nee.
dies; perfect suocess warranted. Foi
further particulars address
oSiSUtt P. 0. BOX OKI,
PRIVATE FAMILY,
CENTRALLY located, have two pleasant
furnished rooms: would rent with ai
without board. Address
o2Z7tt ROOMS, oare Carrier 88.
FINE DRESSMAKING
A T 878 State street. Tallor-madi suits and
XL wraps at reasonable prices. Perfect flu
ting guaranteed. oW7tt
MRS. B. COHN
IS now ready to deal in cast-off olothlng,
carpets, etc. A postal dlreoted to 687
Grand avenue will receive prompt attention.
oxo we
A FRIEND IN NEED.
ML SWEET'S
INFALLIBLE LINIMENT.
Prepared from the reolpe of Dr. Stephen
Sweet ot Connecticut, the great Natural Boas
Better. Has been used for more than 50 years
and is the best known remedy for Bheumal
tlsm. Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Outs,
Wounds and all external Injuries.
C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor,
Sole Agent.
ELY"S CATARRH
uream isaim
IS quickly
absorbed.
Cleanses the
Nasal Passages,
Allays Pain and
Inflammation,
Heals the Sores,
Protects the
Membrane from
Additional Cold.
Sfssasss COLD'nHEAD
IT Wllili UUftJfl.
A Dsrtiole Is aDnlled into uann nostril anil la
agreeable, Prloe CO cents, at druggists' or by
mall. ELY BROTHERS,
sai Jiwratw oe warren street. New xorg.
AT THE
Vera Bicycle and Rubbs?
Store,
IS8 Orange Street
1 ,
malm .

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