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. NEW HAVEN MORNING JOIJKNAL AND C6UIlIERt TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6 1894.
HWIMWWMmHjn'MMIMIMMIMIIMIMWIIIIIIWIfc Hose tad Half Hose, I WOMEN ARE INTERESTED ! AS WELL AS MEN. !s Two.Very Exceptional Lots. rumiitMimiiinimiiiu Lot if riiiHiiniiiiimiiiiiiiii I . Smith & Angetl's Celebrated ; Black Hosiery for women as I shapely a stocking as you ever I saw, 19c. a pair, or 3 pairs for 50c. 3 ;iiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiinninig I Lot 2 ) :iiiitiiiiiHiimtiiiiiiiii9S3 Men's fine colored Merloo Halt Hose In tan shades positively I made to sell at 25c We ask but 19c. a pair. , . Sweaters- none better anywhere,; . FEW AS GOOD. ' White, Black, Tan and Wine, i Boys' at $1.50, Men's t $2.00 I and $2.50. Aniiiiiiniiiiimiiiiirn nimimiHiiniiiiiv"i. 762 to 768 Chapel Street, mm PfWtl i 5 ' I 6 fllggav K0AL 1 am HOW Qeilvenng roai in uays anu uarneu iniu me - cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all ..';.'. dirt and buy of - ' W. F. GILBERT, . 65 Church Street, opposite Postoffice. 89 to 91 Railroad ATenne. NEW GOODS. New Buckwheat, Griddle Cake, Pancake and. Self. , Raising Flour, etc. New Maple Syrup, Sugar House Syrup and- Rock , , Candy Syrup.. We have1 just' received : an extra fine' lot of ; New I . French Prunes, New Citrorn, New Raisins, etc. y Another lot of those fine Olives, only 20c pt. bottles. ' , AT THE ' , 1 , : v . BOSTON GROCERY, N. A. FUT iT .F.RTON, Prop'T, : ..; 1 926' Chapel Street, corner of Temple. , - 1 ' Branch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel 'street 4 -" j ' V " ' s ' FIB FLOOR G0VEBIJH6S All grades of Carpets. Mattings; Bugs, - Oil Cloths, linoleums,' eto.f ' at lowest prices ever quoted -1 ; ' ' Tn ma i n I ;a rnfitsL t -rir- r :ti v! ' 'Noyer'so lowljrprioe, never so Oriental Rugs,, .i. l We have just reoelyed i new Bugs and Matt. Long Rugs IIEVJHAVEll WINDOW SHADE CO., 68,, 70 and 72 ' - Open Saturday 1 . mtttrt !TTTrrrrT7 n Tlll WJSJSJt;;; v sPECiiL PMOES oi ynmvw; shades. JLARGrE' VARIETY OP TEE I0HE DHAPEEI 00, FINS 5 A The above word mean much I Pine Butter U toaroe. We hate Mcurad the atfenoy for tbt alt) (In this oily) of a oelebrtd Cream ery Butter made Id New Hampshire, and which at the State Fair, for two years In competition with all creamer Ire In the Stato, scored the highest point and reoeived the highest award. A'e shall reoelre this Butter on TUESDAY. THURSDAY and SATUR DAY mornings, In one pound and half pound cakes, 6 pound and 10 pouud boxes, and In 25 and &0 pound tubs; WITHOUT SALT to those who like It. very light salted, or the usual ounce to pound In boxes, and in tub It will be higher salted. The quality equal to any made. You can get it fresh three times per week, and seasoned to suit you I THE PRICE: In 1 lb and Ibcakcs, 34c lb. in 5 lb and 10 lb boxes, 32c lb. We Invite inspection and a trial. ' We Invite a comparison tn quality and In. price with that which you are buying, i It will pay you to do so. ice New Process Floor, per Mil, $4.00. In January, 1801, Flour not so good sold tor S8.76, , 411 and 413 State it, cor. Court. THE Cor. Church and Elm Streets. Partridge, Quail, Woodcock. FANCY MEATS. , . FRESH ARRIVAL ; . . : . of ' TABLE DELICACIES. ' Fridtand Vegetables. Telephone rail SOU, a Si SI a mm oboioe In design and quality as now. shipment, oomprtslng some very choice for halls, eto. ' -"' ' ; " Orange Street. evenings. ' . .i, . COLORS AND CTYLES. : w , . . l'a . MIMIATUBE ALMANAC NOVBMDEB 8. ! Kirm, fl I Moon Mr, I Ulan w atsh. UKA1US. DKKBB-Ia Waat Haven, Novstatrars, Boulh ii. iww, tutea mi yean. Funeral .rvlpr. will Im hald it hi. lati red. dtjuoa. No. ICcj h'irl hv.juu, Wedtiliy, Nov. T, at S-.JO p. ui, lUiitivt and irtouus re rmpoviruuy mviua lont.aiia, Tlloltl'B-lu tin. city, Novkdiimt t. Wll lm il. Tborpn, Hvud 57 yean 10uiontl, 10 days, runontl hitvI. rm will lw ueld at Ills late real. V.. m U ..... k. L' .I nn Wun. mw... v, mi, m duuui nuMTwrran. , w.- noadujr afternoon at to'olook. Frlnndaof Mi. family ar Invltwl toacteud. Burial at lh oonvrulenoe of ibe fiuully. HEWLtri'-In thla oily. Nuvembrr I. KetMs iMur wiiaoa, wits of Ueorg. X. iiowiom, Fun oral awvlors will be held at her late resi dence. No. Til ttaerman avenue, on Wednes day afternoon at t o'oluck. Friends of the family are invited to attend. Burial private. a MAK1MK L1BX. AaanriD, Bah Hattlo V. KeUey.Bulon, PhOa, eoal to nuiroau. CllARSD. Sob Martha D. Bled, Warner, N. f. HOR.SK men. wk can savkyou MONEY on whips, baiters, stable brooms, forka, eto- eto. Xbs Bradley, Dann ft varrinKtou jo, no ot FOH RENT. A T Rookledm. hotiaa 13 room., cartlallr J.. furnished : 4-room ootug js ; also rooms iu iu i ur aingin. Turnianeo. n6 A. WHKEbElt,, Bockledce, Fla. DO YOU WANT A RAKB rpO sathor n. the leaves in vourvardt If A. u. wv unro Buwiai un.ivr Mil pur pose, that will not dig- up your lawn. Toe I U.. - 1! L- mmuvy, iwnn mrriniftun tx). no at AUCTION 8ALK. OPECIAL sale Wednesdav at 390 State street. O at 10 a. ra., jewelry, oronse. and atlvor putte, aiso nusoeiuuieous oonnig-nm. nts or una t km. no it u. iiyuxw, Auouoneer. LOST. ON 8tate, Water or Wooster. pooketbook oonutlning money- rsward If returned. noilT 1UB WlAlBlt-BfflKtSfr. POITI.'IIIV VrVDITPBI KITDDT.IVa BONE mills, beef soraps, oyster sht lis, sea sheila, n.-al eira. wire nnttinx. eto.. at fbe Bradley, Dann & Oarrlngton Co. nO 3t FOR RENT. ' LOWER half of dwelling Nn. 144 Klrewood avenue, all modern Improvements, five rooms on ill at floor, two objve; to a deslr ab e tenant to May 1st, '9S. a low prloe. Ap ply to KODEKT T. MJSKWIN, real estate of- noe, vnapei atreet. nszt FOR RENT. ECOND floor flat, 67 State street. P6 7tt Inquire at 688 STATE. FEATHER DUSTERS, FEATHER pvUSTElta We have an exceptionally fine mt une ui ineso guoa. aii very low prtoes. The Bradley. Dann & Carrington Co. n8 3t FOR RENT. ECOND flow and attic, Bl x or ela-ht rooms, nt tap BIT ion VI UIAAJ J. X B HX F. A. FOWLER'S SCHOOL OF MUSIC PIANO, voioe, Organ, Violin, Harmony. Opens Sept. 4th. Among the teaohers are v. a. cowier, irani suioke. Dr. John U Oriffirs (of MetroDolltan Oolleire of Mualo. N. Y) and other competent assistants. Booms 8 ana , rsi ubapei street, lieseons are alsu given at pupils' resldenoe when desired. Send xor circular. sua&w4na District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, November Rd. TJ18TATE of LUCY B. SMiTH, bite of . a umiiKu, iu bhju uismot, aeceaen. The Court of Probate for the district of New Haven hath limited and allowed sir months from the date hereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for set tlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time will be debarred a recovery. All persons In debted to said estate are requested to make lmmetuaie payment to ' JOSEPH B. SMITH, Exeoutor, , 189 Washington avenue, nsgdlw- West Haven. Conn. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court. TESTATE of STEPHEN HEMINGWAY, late Sh of East Haven, in said district, deceased. Upon the application of Leman H. Bates, sdm'r, praying for power and authority to sen ana, convey certain real estate Deionging to said fstate, as per application on file more ruuv appears, it is - , . OHDERBD That said application be heard and determined at a Probate Court to be held at New Haven, in said dlstrlot.on the 12th day of November, A. D. 1894, at 10 o'clock In the fore noon, ana tnat notioe be given of the pend ency of said application and the time and place of hearing thereon, by publishing the same three times In some newspaper having a circulation in saia aisinct, , By the court. n63tj TIMOTHY F, CALLAHAN. Clerk, 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 for oomfort, health and style. " r J Out Enamel Grain, Cork Sola, Hand Welt Fiooadilly, at 16.50, is a beauty. ' No finer shoe made than Bannister's Cordovan Hand Sewed Cork Sole,- calf lined, 7.00. , And for Style and fit we donl take a back seat on our Cork Sole at $S.0V If that is too much, we have a crood styled Calf, also Puritan Calf Cork Sole, at 18.00. , ' .' 1 i B.;&BEEW03D, . 773 CHAPEL Vl SET. i " Store oloaed Evenin jj, .f t X "lay lilijOMpPir ana sawraey. ' MKTSMTAIirilKKra. ' Hyperien. Great Interest is being manifested over the appearanoe of Barnabee. Karl A MscDonald'e Robin Hood Opera company, which presents "The Knlck- rbooksrs"' this evsnlnf. Messrs, Barnabee, Karl A MacDon- aid have spared no expense to make their organisation second to none in the country and bow well theft- efforts have been appreciated Is evidenced by the crowded houses that have wit nessed the performance wherever the company have appeared. Bale of seats now open. ' . James A. Herne In his famous comedy drama, "Shrore Acres," will give two performances, commencing Friday evening. November 9. Mr. Heme car ries all the scenery used in his play, The original metropolitan company will appear in this city. Mr. Herne will appear as "Berry." Bale of seats opens to-morrow. Grand Opera Honw. Despite the very severe storm of last evening a good slsed audience witnessed the performance of the Boston Howard Atheneum Star Speolatty company. The performance was opened with Adrtene Ancion in the balancing swing act, Which was well received. Kalkasa, an artist In Jugglery, performs some acts with a top which were greeted with much applause. In feats of balanc ing he shojtved himself an artist. One of the hits of the show was ltichard Pltrot, the French rrilmic. During his act he Impersonates all the leading politicians of the day. His facial expressions are very striking, and were greeted with prolonged applause. The acrobatic mar vels, the Romala brothers, In their as tonishing feats and bead to head balanc ing was something wonderful, and this act Is alone worth theprlce of admis sion. James Thornton, author of a number of songs, among which are "My Sweehearfs the Martin the Moon," entertained the audience In a monologue called ''Stage Explore," after which he sang several selections. His act was loudly applauded, and for his response to the encore he sang his own composi tion entitled "Maggie Mooney." .-. The hit of the evening was no doubt made by Annabelle, a handsome and charming novelty dancer and change artist. She la a dance new to this city In fact, to the eastern country. She Is a Chicago girl, who made her reputation In the west. All last winter, during the exposition in San Francisco, she danced dally to thousands of visitors. This young woman is most beautiful, and a dancer who is a novelty In terpsloho rean art. - . utners in tne ) company that are worthy of noteare Regan and Klrwln.ln an excellent musical act; Andy Hughes and McBrlde and Walton, In an original Irish sketch entitled "Arrival of Mc Oulnness;" Ida Howell, In choice selec tions of popular songs; Stlnson and Morton, In a comedy sketch.' ' The election returns will be read from the stage this evening by Mr. Moore, manager of the company, and there will toe a special matinee this ' after noon, when Mr. Moore will give the re port upon the baseball game in New lork. . . A performance will also be given to morrow afternoon ana evening;. George W. Monroe wilK appear the last three days thla week in "My Aunt Bridget." There Will" be a matinee Saturday. Mr. Monroe has surrounded himself with a-clevelr company Of fun- makers. , ' . K The stage in the lecture hall annex at the Grand Opera house is occupied this week by Professor Lee with his clever marionette performance. In addition! "to thJA ithe professor ',does some very good feats of legerdemain and was loudly applauded last night by the large audience in the hall. The daclng dolls have not lost their, hold on the ladies and children and have been retained for this week.' . Poll's Wonderland Theater. Blnns and Blnns are two of the great est comedy musical artists In this coun try. They .style themselves "The Musical Students for the Bowery Conservatoire.", Their comicalities kept the' crowded houses yesterday and last night in roars of laughter. Their slelghbell coat duets, a scheme of their own, which is protect ed by law, were erfcored again and again; .Bernard Dyllon, who has been all over the world, and who also is a high priced artist, affects the audience to tears by his song "The Collier and His Child," The elastic demons and con tortlonlsts, Pantzer and Scott,are won derful, turning themselves into all sorts of Shapes, Farnum and Seymour, the Champions and originators of the high chair And jumping act, received rounds of applause.Dora Wlley.the sweet sing er of Maine, caught the house by storm. ana so ma miss Lyaia .fierce. This evening Manager Poll will have a special wire running to the theater. and the results of the election in the several states will be announced from the stage. WALLINQFOBD. Vote Early and Vote the Straight Repnbl! can Ticket-last Night's Big Bally. Republicans vote , early and vote the straight ticket, and see that your neigh bors and friends get to the polls early. The republican ticket is a clean one from- top to bottom, and every candi date ,' worthy of support , Tho polls open at t o'clock and close at 4 p.'m. ' Look out for bogus tickets. There are several In the field- Oet your tickets of parties yon know are an right The republicans will receive election returns in the armoury this evening. ' Th Simpson "Hooks"-:, will receive election returns in their rooms this eve ning. " ' :"i The rain and snow storm last even ing prevented a large attendance at the republican rally in the town hall, although over two-thirds of the eate were occupied. ' Judge Hubbard presided and introduced Senator J. B, Hawlev. Who made a rousing speech n the issues of the day. The National band furnished music There was no attempt at a pa rade, on account of te storm;. The1 au dience was an enthuelastlo one. . W-X Todd attempted to ail'ht from hH wagon on the plains yeatori y morn Ing when his horse started, and Mr. Todd" was thrown to tne ground and somewhat bruised, but not seriously hurt . ; , William Burns, and employe at the freight depot, bad a narrow escape from serious Injury yesterday morning by reason of a heavy truck load of freight getting the best of him coming out of a car. Ha was . thrown down and bis leg seriously bruised. The funeral of-Charles Preston will be from his late borne at 3 o'clock this afternoon, : . . Morton Judd celebrated his eighty sixth birthday yesterday and relatives and friends from New Haven, Oranby, Slmsbury and other places were pres ent . ' The wedding of Henry A. Chapman and Miss Annie Rowden will occur this evening at T o'olock at the home of the bride on Curtis avenue. Rev. J. B. Wild man will officiate. - The marriage of, Rev. J. C. Llnsley and Miss Emma A. Treat will occur at U o'clock noon Wednesday, November 7, at St Paul's church. The snowflakes were quite plenty last evening, mixed with raindrops. The republicans in Yalesvllle expect to send down a rousing republican ma jority to-day. ; Remember that the polls close at 4 o'clock. - H ABOUT TBS TALK TEA SC. Final Pnparat on. for (he Big Gamra-Tb. Shining of Hen and lh Uncertainty as to ; tHMoa of the Plaeea-The Yale Mews Com- m.nt oa the Yale-Brown Game. The final preparations of the Tale eleven for the great games with Har vard and Princeton began with the secpet practice at the field yesterday afternoon. It has been found best that it serves the best Interests' of the team to keep spectators out ' The shifting of the players has been going on as though the big championship games were no nearer than they were three weeks ago.' Two places are still open to competition, and two other portions that have all along bean considered filled -are now In doubt. These latter are' quarter and light end and they have been made un certain by the discovery during the past week that Adee's physical condi tion Is worse than had been expected, and by Ohie Illness' of Greenway, brought by a severe cold contracted at the West Point game. The latter may be out again this week. Adee's condition Is more alarming. He has not played all fall until , ten days ago, and it how appears that he has a badly deranged leg muscle that-is likely to compel him to stop training almost any day. On this' account Captain Hinkey set about to find a . quarter. "Chub" Morris has always been a favorite with Hinkey, but he has shown that while he can play a good game, he cannot handle the 'team. Butterworth cannot handle the team satisfactorily either, so that the only available can didate for .the place seems to be Flncke, the, captain, of last year's freshman teamv Armstrong, who. is now captain of the 'Varsity crew, and. who last year played half back, has again been In duced to put on the canvas jacket and go into training. He Is In fine physical condition and all he needs to do Is to learn to pass the bail, and he will be a valuable .man, for he has lost none of his effectiveness as a defensive player. If Greenway'a place on right end should have to be filled it is probable that Louis Hinkey, the younger brother of Captain . Hfnkey, or Bass, will be put in there. It v now looks as. though "Anse" Beard, who has returned to practice, would play "at guard," a place lor which he appears ' to. be better suited than for tackle. He, -may crowd "Jim' McCrea off the team;' Chad wick Is not improving a"nd "Skin" Brown Is suffer ing from a bad knee that may keep him lalrt'iin thp.rpst of the season. Rodgers, captaui.of last year's Andover team," lias appeared' as a new possi bility for tackle' It will either in the end be McCrea' at guard and Beard at tackle, or Beard at guard and Chad- wlck; or Rodgers at tackle. , Captain .Hinkey- has been working hard" with the players, recently, teach ing them a great deal about the plays and trloks in private.. Every evening after supper iw keeps the men who are at the training table sometimes for half , an hour' and lectures them and makes them rehearse the tricks and signals. The evening practice of tricks will soon be begun in the gym nasium, and that Is, of Course, always the touching off of the team. It is expected that 'Billy" 'Rhodes, the '90" captain, will ;be here before many days td' remain with the teams until the championship games. How ard Knapp, "Billy! Ball, and half a dozen others are also booked to do more or less coaching from now on. Free exhibition of Oriental rugs now in progress at Malley, Neely & Co.'s. -J" , n&o -rla bona blanket made. i Y -Tim wi 1 r" xaodndawr - catam -.man te una ececb nam run ut NT, FIBST flrnr Innnment, rooms, ad modern tonVDUit'itova, Apply on prenilana at oil If BOW AH US KT. KUU KKNT. tH s private family, three room, with or a. wuouut ixur4 i not wa" u", on iii m.i) hthrkt win IIL IIT' FIVE rooms, erond Hour, 110. lia OII.HKiC'tf AVKKTJB. TO RKN T. ROOMS. OOMS. first Ho r, rewituh'o. Apply Ml MAN I'M IS Lit Bl HKKT. Klllt KENT, GOOD uprliilit planoe, $.00 for the winter. Oi l a inaiio, give the outlJren a chance and enioy lltu i tliara la no uan la llvlnir If we oanool have souteof the enloyments of life. U M. I.OMlHrSUNa, oa.tr no Umpri atrwt. KOK UKNr. ... IM private family, pleanant room, with board, fur man and wire, or two gentle mmtj alio talilo unnnl; location central. slltf AilUn-w. DAV, Courier omca KOK IUSNtT"" A LOVELY I'ornor apartment steam hmtwl, prrteut in all appolntmeuta, Cuuiplelo Janltor'a iwrvloe, M28 per yuar. -JOHN U AT. Normandie, oor. York stl tf and Uwrgc, or llll! Chapul .troet. for Sale or Exchange, 4 O ACKR8 In Whitney vllle, good house of ai tun rooiiia, and barn. Land all tillable, pieniy or mm, uuiiuuig. in gooo conutuon. l-rluotiliW. N CHAS. D.NICOLL&CO., SlChuroh street, (Don edict Dutldlng). room 111. Evening, froni Tto9. FOH SALE. Two Family House on Whalley Avenue. Good barn. Lot Mz285 feet JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, IIS Church street Open evenings. FARM FOR SALE, TTEHY Due location, on main road in Wond- brliWo. Large, roomy buildings, flue shadi, almnilanuo of fruit, pure spring water; excellent sumraor home. Call or address GEORGE A. ISBELL, TW Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. FOR SALE, A GOOD PAYING HOUSE. Would take a building lot or farm in ex change. It. E. BALDWIN, dftw 818 Chapel street. BUY A BUILDING LOT Now While Prises Are Low. CITY LOTS, SHORE LOTS. SUBURBAN LOTS. EDWARD M. CLARK, m CHURCH STKEET, Evenings T to 8. Room 18. FOR SALE, A HOUSE on Olive street, near Chapel St.: lotsuxaw. Prloe will be made low and terms very easy to a prompt buyer, MERWIN'S Real Estate Offloe, b90 759 Chapel street. To Loan 5 per Cent., $7,500 on Central or Improved Property, For a term of years. Enquire of CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 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 city. Renting and the care of property. For Sale One-family house, good condi tion, Carmel avenue; price 92,4U0; terms easy; a bargain. For Sale First-class two-family houBe, new. In first-class neighborhood in western part of city. Easy terms and price low. Building lots at your own price. ; , Loans Negotiated. L. G. HOADLET, Boom g, Hoadley Building, 49 Church St. olB Open Evenings. Two-fomily. House, 9 Cottage street, $6,000. r Voru Bicycle' end Rubber Store, (5S Orange Street V ; AT THB DENTISTRY. yT G.H. GIDNEY, J$XP North -de,"' Six doors below Oreje,estobUshed 1871. Don. tistry in aU lis branches. Price the lowest .-T.. , yf-K I-Tt "laM nf,r Wimts. One Cent a word each Insertion, five cents Word for s full Week, seven times. WA.NTKD, ADKIGHT, roiuiile buy, about U yean old, In a mu.lo atore. . liO.SINOERCO.. " sul Chanel atreet. WVTI.'II $2,000 TWT.CLASS security, at alg "lvw 'er cent. P'ftt HOXMg.Weatvllle. WANTKIr ATOCNO lany as oiunior and-llght book, ki'eping; gooil rprt-micm recpiired. In. quire bciwivn i and t corner Chapel and liey atrecla. m.mt ma. hot, nil lit WANTED, A N experienced, tidy, willing girl wishes fr. ""us'lon aa phamlMwrnatifkr care of In valid laily; oity relereuom. Nl CPRINO STREET. WANTED, A willing, strong boy. aixtmn years of age. - - . ui. . wiiuu hiuii; or wuuift aurvoputan a)rrnilorahlp lu order tnluaru vi 1 1.1,1 a ji, i nn umce. W a VTirn SITUATION to do gennral housework or socoud work la private family. Innulre "-'t n HAVEN STRKET. WANTED, QFTUATION l.y a woman na oook. Apply kJ at prusuntuiiinlnver'a. ''8' ifi HILI.lfot'SK AVEXirE. WANTKI), A POSITION by a ml.ldlc-aged woman to dooooklngor gnn ral honiHiwork. In quire n6ftt 1U7 KHA.NKLI.N ST.. city. WANTED, A SITUATION for housework or second work; references. nW 182 FRANKLIN. WANTKI). A COMPETENT young woman for laundry XlL work unit washing. Ann y In (ho morn, fiigat nRSt till ORANGE STltEKT. WANTED, C ELECT Swedish help (male and rcmale) at O 174 MKADOW STREET. nsTtv eniranoeon aide. WANTED, SITUATIONS for best bouaehold help, la allbranohes. MRS. UABIi, ngatt lae Court atreet. WiNTk'n TTINF.ROETIC young man (IcIrM position. J J III U1IIUU, JJLlliUVO, o 'f M Day Street. WANTED, TIT an experioaoed girl, a situation to do JL J cooking aud generiU housework. I have alan an nvnt'llnnt wnman tn nwriof tn housework, or will do all the work in a small ianuiy. joaniurnioa au inexperienced girl to learn for low wages. BARTHOLOMEW'S, 51 Orange street, Oaudefroy's Old Stand. WANTED, EVERYBODY nocdlngservantsto call here. We supply all the boat. We have sorted out and discarded most of the useless class. These seek new offices (where they are not known), whiob are springing up constantly. We have been here years ana use judgment, selecting only those that will do the work re quired. We have the finest facilities and can serve you better than anyone else. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, aud 775 Chapel street. FOR SALE. T)IANO, $25; upright piano, $60.00; S nlav while you uar. Don't net into the wrong store. C. Ml LOOMIS' SONS, oamtr KB Uhapei street. MBS. B. COHN IS now ready to deal In cast-off clothing, carpets, eto. A postal directed to 6l)f Grand avenue will receive prompt attention. 05 aot STRAYED OR STOLEN, SETTER dog, no name on collar. Reward If returned to' . n3 8tt . rta CHAPEL STREET. FOR A DESIRABLE OFFICE J'N good location, wth good light, steam . heat, clean building, broad entrance, allwavs llirhted by electricity, reasonable prloe. apply to no JUL i ii r. ur.uiiur. xi. r lu LOST, ABOUT two weeks slnoe, Yale Glee Gub Charm with name engraved on back i sul tub e reward. n5 3t THE 11. t'UKJJ UU. RARE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITV, "I ROGER Y and meat market, old cstob. VX llshed stand, now doing good paylnj business; owner wishes to retire ; full invest lgation desired. Address otfi 'tn DuaiHjMo, xwxnti,cii.y. CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on all Private and Biitlnesa Matters. MEDICAL Woman's diseases. UOIlBUluuiuu in person or uy lerwr. . MARY J. WRIGHT, M, D., ap23 ly Offloe. Tontine Hotel, 149 Church st IVERO AIAC0L. There Is sot the least mystery about Slocum's Ozonized Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, with Guaiacol. The proprietors are perfectly willing to tell what it is made of. First, the oil, of course. 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