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NEW HAVEN irORNIKO'jOItRyAL ANIdOUBTER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 1894.
rJ WE DO NOT liniuiimmnniM ininnimiNiniiuHiiiiijwimimiiiiiiiiniwHiiMi The largest .stores In New YorkClty when we claim the largest and best collection of Ladies1 AND We are told this fact every day by those who knowA- If you are skeptical try It Our facilities for obtain ing the very latest and best garments are exceptional, Visit us Today. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. J am now delivering Koal in f EXCEPT Coats Cape 71V a K0AL cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all - dirt and buy of ; W.F.GILBERT, 65 (ftprch Street, opposite Postofflce, 89 to 91 Ballroad Avenne. " NEW GOODS. New Buckwheat, Griddle Cake, Pancake and Self. --,r v 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. FUT1T1F1RTON, Proper, 026 Chapel Street, corner of Temple. Branch Store and Market, 1331 Chapel street , .'.' ' All grades of Carpets, Hattings, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, etc., i, ' j. , at lowest prices ever quoted. - , Ingr aiil Garpets: '-' ' - . ' Netwr so low in price, never M oholc to design, ana quollty as now OnentallRs: 1 ' We have just received A new shipment, wmpristog some Yery ohoioa ' ' ' Ruga and Mat. Long Ruga for UXUh;Jr"'';; IIEIV HAVEN WINDOW SHADE C0 ; 68, 70 and 72 Open Saturday LARGE J&X&rYsO$! COLORS WB TTAtTE TIT? , eaiiKiapel SOME iWnw Mils I HO ( New Cttron, ' New Raisins, good quality, Mo lb. New Paper 8bell Almonds. 'New Filbert. , New Currant. '' New ".belled Jordan Almonds. ' New New Orleans Molasses, SO cents per gallon. .,.',. New Maple Syrup, tl.M per gallon, New crop Oolong and Japan Teat. OLD Java and Mocha Coffee. New LARGE Grass Edam Cheese, New- . , PREFERRED STOCK CORN, THE BEST, 11.60 per doaen, lftoper can. : ' J. Wlneiow Jones' eboioe, ItlO per down, lOo pet eaiv Hambnrirh Table Queen Tomatoes, PERFECT, IL10 per doaen, -l&o per oan. ' A eboioe Table Tomato, 11.10 per dona, lOo per oma. Tbe BEST Hamburgh Succotash, 1.68 per doaen, 16o per oan. Hamburgh . xtra fancy Bitted PEAS, FRENCH STYLE, per dozen 12.26. . . Hamburgh French Style Btrlngless , Beana, per dozen 135. Maple Sugar Justreoelved, in pound cakes, suitable for melting. , Remember Beet Creamery Butter, pound and half pound cake, 84c. Remember Beat Creamery Butter, boxes 5 and 19 lbs, 32a. - Choice New Process Flour, made from sound Old Wheat, bbl, 4,00. J 411 and 418 State St., oor. Court. THE Cor. Church and Elm Streets. Partridge, Quail, Woodcock. FANCY MEATS. ' v ' FRESH ARRIVAL; ' ; ; o ;. TABLE DELICACIES. Frmtpiid:iyegptables. Telephone oan Ms. bags and carried into the Orange Street, evenings.' if ,.sv. CTYLE3. A P11JV nri? 'lZ -1' Strecti . ': MINUTVRK ALU AN AO. ' KOVKMBKH 19. Bum Rom, M 1 Sua Sara, iU7 Meeaaave, suo 4 Hie) WAxsa. I lis DKATHS. gON'OI.D In this eity, Nov. . lt Mr. Cm a KiMhild, wire of William Kon. rnnrl HunUar, Hv. U, ban. M 10 p, m. trom oar lai rraiaano. UUUlutoa avanui unrixi at ounveniMiu of rami t. T WAITE-ln ti.L oily, Nov. a Rllwbi M, wirof WllUtm W. Wales, eg ft Funeral aarvti-e will b held tu dsnoa, Nu, 41 faarl wtac. M 4ajr. Nor. atlB.m. lutattvn and frleoda lovltod ffcnil RoTCIiklm-At KnflBiB'ta. UtnrBt. No. ibr Wk. 14. Uuatrd 6. HotoiUU, l& Intermout at Budlanda, Cltforla. I MA1UMK lOST. POST OF KKWUATW. ah Pll..Tih w nk rwk rVka. Wm. ww i uvrivu awy jiunwiu otaAaso. Rm I IjmI Jtok ihnllw r wvi.m llMplann. R.nrf. 111... M U ' ' ' ' FOR RENT. JECOND floor oa Uwia-totamvt. Tnnulreat POLICY HOLDERS Oi T the Oammerrlal Alltmnoe wtfl Irani nf ' motiaiirof advantajre to ikanwlToi baldroMlna'TUUCX," P. Q.Boxi Maw Harm. Uinn. nlO It' rpmiSDAT. Hot. 1 h, at W a. nu, mt No. JL Center street, near Seoond avenue, weat 14 Hi-Mil MfiniiNt .nd H.hmI. MnulL narlnr nioat a BOOTH. Aacdon CHAS. H. BROMLEY. H FAKES of Vlollna. Doable Bases, ete. JjX Nbw and Old Vlolina for sale. Kepalr- uig a specialty, uaws rebairaa. inanruouon given on the Violin, Terms moderate, ettf W OKC'HAKD 6T- Hew Hareo, Ct. PEAL ESTATE. Loans on City Property. EDWARD M. CLARK, m CHDBOH STBBBX, Erenlnya 7 to 8. HoomU. STOCKS AID BONDS. $1,000 Wert Haren Wloohester Avenue RK. 9 per oent bond. 1 1 ,000 Colon FaoJfio RR. per eeot bond, t3,0UON. T..N. H. H.KH. Uo.t p. o. Dobs. fti.000 Wddleaez Ban king Oo. debentures. 10 sbs Boston Bteotrie Light Oo. stock. tS shs Swift A Oo. stock. U ahs N. N. H. A Htd. BH. Co. stook, 10 shs Herehants' National bank stook. For Bale by THE CHAS. W. SCRANTON CO. M Center atreat, Our Specialty This Week Is Table Cutlery. Carrinjj Seta from 12.00 upwards. Silver Plated Table Entree from 11.00 per set upwmrda. ! Silver Plated Table Forks from tXOO per set upwards. Silver Plated Teaspoons from 1.00 per aet upwards. WO carry a large line of the celebrated , "Bogers" .Flatware. Popular prices at - ' '' J. H. G. DURANTE. OO Olixirola. stzeet. Opposito Fostomoe. Partridge, Qoaii, Widdi, Squabs and Plover. We oan always fill your order for Game, Choice Beft and Lamb. , CAUIiIFLOWBRS, . r CRANBEBRIES, EGGPLANT. Call on us for Choice Market . Supplies. i 350 and 352 STAXE STREET. DENTISTRY. G. H. GIDNEY, 787 Chapel st.( North side, Six doors below Orange.eetabLlshed 1871. Den tisti- ;rr In all Its branches. Prices j,he. lowest oonslstent with flrst-olaes work. CORK-SOLED SHOES is what' ire are selling now, and JudfdSg trom ttie way they disappear from our helves we must have the Banner Lme. (fs the proper' shoe for comfort, health and style. . ; -. n& &ttm Our Enamel Grain, Cork Soto, Hand Welt Plooadilly, at 18.50, U a beauty. ; No finer shoe made than.; Bannister' Cordovan Hand Be wed Cork: Sola, calf Ana Xoir8tyl0 and At w dont take a back seat on our Cork Sole at f 5.00. : If that Is too much, -we have a food styled Calf, also Puritan Calf Cork Sola. ; at3.00. titez-iMl , Store oloaed Erenlnga, exoeft iCtef . i ana eaiuraa kXTMMTAlXMKXn. "Bhor Aerae," which waa preaented for the flret Bros In this city last evwn. ing. to one of the most charming, orig inal and wboteeom 'plara that ttaa been seen In thta cRf In many yeara. A large audleaiee highly enjoyed it and applauded time and again the many fine feature of the plays and the ex cellent work of the company. "Shore Acres" hold attention from beginning to end by Its genuine pathos, It r. fined kiunor and the poeflo element that underlie It Avarice, generosity, self-sacrifice, love, selfishness and hate are held up to view by these almpla folk Just a unmistakably aa In iesa homely and obscure walks ef life. The dramatist has worked his slender thread of Story Into an un commonly moving play and several of the situation are remarkably dra matic and ef rare beauty. Mr. Heme ha resorted to realistic effects. One of ttie most notable la the preparation of the anniversary dinner, In which a real eookinr stove, smoking hot. roast turkey end genuine cranberry sauce figure. ' The kitchen equipment seems to be complete, and the table laden with real things to eat agitates the appetite -pleasantly of those not bidden to the feast only with cvea. It Is all so natural an outcome of the scene and of the character of the story that this elaborateness of detail ha a pleasing charm.' Mr. Heme gave a remarkable Imper sonation of old Nathaniel Berry's gen tle nature and noble heart. Aa a transcript from real life it is almost flawless. In fact, this character alone would make a leaa Interesting play worth attention. Mr. Heme's Individu ality was not In evidence. The playing was high art - Shrewdness, lnate re finement, simplicity and courage were portrayed with the sureness of a mas tee, sjid the audience knew it and recognised it Robert Fisher Imperson ated the selfish natured brother skill fully and made a good contrast to Mr. Heme's Nathaniel., James T. Gallo way as Joel Gates; Frank Harland aa Blake. W. J. Dean as Dr. Sam War ren; Miss Rose Tiffany as Helen Berry; Miss Grace Oaylor Clark as Martin Berry's wife, and the several children in the cast were all perfectly satis factory. The play was handsomely put upon the stage and every deUll aeemed to be cared for. "Shore Acres" will be played this afternooa and evening. Hyperion. Mrs. Langtry and her own company will present tier American and Euro pean success, "A Wife's Peril," on Monday evening next. The cast In cludes Frank H. Benton, W. T. Lovell. t W. Pigott, Rowland Atwood, Oscar Adye, Ivan Watson, A., R. Steel. Thome Wllltaington, Misses Florence Leclercq, Ethel Hope and Beatrice Selwyn. Bale of sfekts now open. Mr. Richard Mansfield will appear in "Beau Brummell" on Wednesday evening, November 14. Denman Thompson will present "The Old Homestead" Friday and Saturday, November 16 and '17. Grand Opera Bona. "Oh by gxsht '0ee whiz. Ain't that alee!" exclaimed Aunt .Bridget last night when she saw the large crowd of happy faces that met her gaze on her making her entrees . upon the stage. There will be I performances afternoon and evening to-day, t In the flret acf TJska," a very ar- yatio child dancer, does some pretty posing and pirouetting. . Miss Alice Hanson and her dancing pickaninnies are one of the big hits ot the evening. She is exceedingly clever, and brings down the house with applause. Miss Nellie Bland possesses a fine alto voice, which she uses to good effect and her costumes' are a' revelation to the ladies; and the Misses May Duryea, Lizzie Richmond and Ella Falk con tribute to the honors of the evening. The . comedians in support of . Mr. Monroe are. Raymond Hitchcock and Eddie Magee, and they take advantage of everything to -add to the evening's entertainment ','Aunt Bridget" Is "a sure- cure for the blues" and "Oh, by gosh I" is as sure as e ver to throw the house into convulsions. Lost in Egypt" will be the attrac tion ; the first three as?S next week, There will be a matinee on Wednesday, Lost in Egypt" is said to be an ideal- lstio portrayal of oriental splendor, embracing all the latest scenic, elec trical and mechanical effects, a troupe of genuine Arabs, the original Arabian acrobats and whirlwinds, late of Buf falo BiU's "Wildi west." . . V .Poll's Wonderland Theater. The bill at Poll's this week is very en tertaining and far above the average. Miss Dora Wiley's singing 1 a decided success, and is appreciated by all who enjoy high art Miss Wiley also every day complies with requests for some of those old time favorite melodies. The other acta on the bill are all good with out a single exception, and the bill pre sented this week la considered one of the best that Manager Ppll has ever pre sented at Wonderland. There will be an entire change next Monday,and several artist that have made hits in the Me tropolis will appear. Among the name announced, to appear are, McAvoy and May, Ed Parker, Qiimore and Leonard. Poll Holme and Hodgkina and Letth. , Decided on the Bmwa. I In, the superior court yesterday af ternoon the contested divorce case of James EL McNamara vs. Emma Mc Namara was concluded. It was begun on Tuesday. Attorney JV P." Goodhart appeared for the plaintiff and Attorney Sirney xuttue, ior we aezenaant The , case was severely contested all through, the plaintiff seeking a divorce en;; the scriptural grounds. At the close of the trial Judge Wheeler, with out leaving the bench, rendered A Judg ment la favor of the defendant re fusing the piainunv petition for dl VON. r T - ' - , . - Positively selling- to the-hisWt bid. der. tb entire lot ot MaDey. Ntely Co.'-. recently , exhibited. Oriental ruga, tile iounn 10:30 . m and 140 ft A, A PhlUdelphlan Cared of Gravel. tTalUdal hi, re. Item.) Wnee the le vett-attot ef the ehusM made for Or. Kennedy's Pavortt Bomrdy by me preas, they aave reostv letters Srem every tKateia the Paloa,an end the remedy fans laftweaaea. Theepiatoaef the averaae shyeletaa has beaataetkldaeyead artaacy troubles eoeid be oured nnlr by a Inn and peraleteat treat. mailt. Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Jtein dy seta oulckty, euclug obstinate cases In a vwryaiiariame. One of oiir beat known nMlaena, Mr. John . nolll, of No. SU? North Klirhth it. eet. waa a siifforer from era ret. in antkln ot hie ease betaldi 'ibadererv baa attavkof a arat. aad Dn. Davtd Kennedy's Favorite fUmiidy, " annul one monio, oompiMeiy eurea f. 1 oannot ay too much In lis favor." larwU KaaarUy Is preaoHbed with unfail ing auooeaa for all illnnw brought about by an exoeet of tirto aeld In thebl.H1. In rheu awUaai, dyspepsia and narve iriMibiea, It aa nuMie many cures tbat were oonmderrd be yond the aid of medicine. lr. DAvId Ken nedy's FlVoHte kmM nin hanlMlnnl of Avid Mvtal aa aniginau at en Coil a battle, er eu Dotuua tor nve sol ars. IMlSlTr IPMCOPAL fAHUU. Rev. Dr. Ranrood Appoint Rector Km e lra I bar Roaors raid Bins by a Orate ral aad Appreciative Pariah. A meeting of Trinity pariah was held last evsnlng to take action on the resignation of the pastorate of the church by Rev. Dr. Harwood, There was a large attendance. Dr. Mar- wood's resignation was read and ac cepted, the same to take effect May L 1895. It was then voted in considera tion of his long able and faithful ser vices as rector of the church, coWing a period of thirty-six years, that he receive during the remainder of his life of 12,500 per annum as a alight tes timonial of the appreciation ot his services for the parish; and it was also voted that "Rev. Dr. Edwin Har rison Harwood, D. D.. be and is hereby appointed rector emeritus of Trinity parish.". The matter of a successor was then referred to the vestry. The vestry appointed a committee, composed of Judge Robertson, Charles E. Graves and John W. Ailing, to consider the question of selecting a new rector, they to report to the parish. An' interesting and remarkable fact In this connection, Is that only one rector bas been elected in Trinity parish in the long period of eighty years or since the election of Rev. Dr. Croswell, Dr. Harwood's predecessor, about eighty years ago; and In all that long period there has been . but one resignation, that of Dr. Harwood. Dr. Croswell, as will be remembered by many old Inhabitants, died while rector of Trinity. Also in the 142 years of Trinity's tolstory it has had but four rectors andt one of these died while rector, after havng served only eighteen months the other three. Rev. Belsh Hubbard, Rev. Dr. Croswell and Rev. Dr. Harwood, having covered all that long period with but the ex ception of k year and a half. TBS PBOBATE COVRT. The Mew Judge Annmnoet Hit Appoint. mentaV Last evening Attorney Livingston Cleaveland, recently elected Judge o; probate court, for the term beginning January 9, 1895, made his appointments, The position of clerk will be occupied by Attorney John C. Gallagher, and the present efficient assistant elery, Attor ney Albert P. Welles, will be continued in the same office. Mr. Welles re-appointment was recommended by many of the most prominent republicans in the city. The new clerk, Mr. Gallagher, was graduated from the Scientific depart ment of Tale university In 1879 and from the Tale law school in 1881, having been engaged in practice of law in this city since his graduation. He represents the beard of aldermen on the board of finance of the city, and is one of the most efficient secretaries the chamber of commerce has ever had. Mr. Cleaveland was a classmate of Mr. Gallagher's, and says, that he early formed a strong friendship for him, and recognizing hie marked ability he was led to choose "him as his business associate. Mr. Gallagher is as ardent a democrat as Mr. Cleaveland is a stal wart republican; but for the past fifteen years no two lawyers in this city have been more closely associated. They tho roughly understand , each other, and there is every Indication that as officials of the probate court they will work to gether to maintain its present high standing. : : , The We All Mission. The New Haven auxiliary of the Mc- All mlsBlonJin Paris will hold a public meeting in the chapel of the United church on Wednesday, November 14, at S o'clock p. m. A large attendance is expected, as the committee has secured Mrs. Louise Seymour Houghton of New York to address the meeting. Mrs. Houghton is widely known as an author. She is deeply Interested in the McAII mission and has written a book entitled "The Cruise of the Mystery," which inspires in its readers an inter est in the mission boat annually sent out from Parts by the McAll mission to visit the remot towns and villages along the numerous canals and rivers of France. ; ,v:v .-, . , After the meeting on Wednesday the audience will be asked .to remain for a social hour, so that the ladles may meet Mrs. Houghton personally, and tea will be served by the executive commit tee. . ;. '.'., :-v.',,:.... .:' . ' Home From the Convention la New Jersey Quite a number of New Haven peo ple attended the, -national convention of the Woman's Board of Foreign Mis sions, which closed yesterday at Mount Clair, N, J. Among them were Rev, F. R. Luekey, Mrs. Professor William, Miss Prltchard, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Pro fessor Curtis and several others. - i When JBaby wu tick, we gTeh Ckstorla WhenshewasaCd.snecrWforCbetata.' WlieaihebaoainsIfisVsMohtoCaetoria. i w1witolMdGallssshsasvt V., B. 1 rOR IIRNT. C ECO ND floor flat, em mate street bi ll till- Inquire at amBTATB. J" AHGB front mom, fu"-nlliM Sr nnfur. J Mined, n7t 1 1 G RK KN' K STREKT, KOK ItKMT. TjllRST floor tenement, 6 rooms, all modern inavealenoes. Aual on Mv-nlma at oil If M K1WAKI8 wT, TO IlKNT. R OOMR flrM flo r. roMinahla. Apply n in IS) MANK SI nr. n r. HOrSK. Broom, im Thompson street; new ly renovatiH; JHMpnrntmuh. Inquire ... OliOKUJS K. WX)TT, "TTt tKi t)Uwe,l Avenue. KOK ltENl'. OOD uprlsht planoa, te.eo for the winter. (let a Plmio. irlra tka ubllilrnn a nhi,iia and enjoy life; there Is no usi Inllvtiiflf weoaunot have some of the mjoyinoitls of life. C.M.LOMIlS'80NH. oSH tf sis Chap el utrnet. FOR KENT, TN private nimtly, pleaaaat room, with jL. omra, tor man ana wtri meni also talle board: jooatl all tf Addreaa DAY. Wife, or two eentl. on central. , Courier oflloe. van n k.VT . A LOTTVy nnrnoe anjki-lmnA mtaMm IX. beateil, perfont tn all appotntmenta, eonplet Janitor's aerrtoa, 1426 per year. juii.i UAi, orman(lle, oor, York S21tf and ticonr. or 11UI ChnDel street. for Salo or Exchange, fO ACRES in WhltneyvlUe. (rood house of " tMI HMmiL ftnd hum. tnil all Mil. hi Plenty of fruit, buUdlngs la good condition. A,iwaeo,ow. CHAS. D.NICOLL A CO., 88 Church street, (Benedlot Building), room 15. Kvenlnas from Tto. FOR SALE. Two Family House on Whalley Avenoo. uoodbarn. It 80x365 feet JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 111 Church street Open evenings. FARM FOR SALE, TTIRTnne loentlon, on mala road In Wood. V brldtrn. Ijirirn. rniniir hiillillno. A.. shade, abunilanoeof fruit, puresprlnir waten excauent summor homo. Call or address GEORGE A. ISBELL, T87 Chapel street New Haven, Oona. FOR SALE, A GOOD PAYING HOUSE. Would take a building- lot or farm In ex- ooange. R. E. BALDWIN, W Chapel street dAw FOR SALE, A HOUSE on Olive street near Chapel St.: In Kjlv'Ntt t,nn III V.' . , 1 .w"w, .iHni mil u. inautj low and terms very easy to a prompt buyer. MERWIN'S Real Estate Offloe, sW 759 Chapel street. To Loan 5 per Cent., $7,500 on Central or Improved rroperty, For a term of years. Enquire of CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. I Have a Long List Of central resident and business properties ,ui aw, i very low ng-urfls, oarfrains tn uuubvb auu wig in every wara in tae ouy. Renting and the oare of property. ior Bale One-family house, good oondl. uun, uumei avenue; price I2.4UU; terms easy: a bargain. For Sale-Firat-olasa two-family house, new, In flrst-olass neighborhood In western Dart of pity. Easy terms and price low. Building Loans Negotiated. L. G. HOA jLEY, Boom S,Hoadly Building, 40 Church 8t ot" Open Evenings. fcHfr Sloan; Two-family House, 9 Cottage street, $6,000 Receiver's Sale ' OP ' ' REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. THE undersigned will sell at publio auction the fol owin taaI eatatn. for anA nn ... count of F. A. Ives, receiver, at Beeoher's Exahange, room No. a Lyon Building, Id) 2 o'clock Monday Afternoon, Nov. 12th, I894i Said real estate is situated on , Morse street, in the Town of Hamden, And bounded north by Morse street (Of eet, py land, of Joseph Sheldon, south by land of LeForge heirs, and west by land of Forge heirs, and west br land of George K. Wbltlog. Terms made known at time of sale, i EDWARD C. BEECHBR, nM Licensed Auctioneer. tltauts. One Cent a Word each Inaortlon. firm rents Word for a full Week, seven times. w ne r-xi, COMPBTBNT girl for general Miisa. work, nluatt m HOWAitO AVBNL'B GIRL who thoroughly understands eon J. a. eral hounawoi k i a good plaoe 1 offered to the right one : rfirerio-a rniulml. 't OiHat t PAWK bTHEKT. WANTKU, BY a young Norwegian girl, a plaoe aa seo. ondglrl. Apply at 41 OKt'llAKD tT " " Ni-wnavn. WANTKI, SITrJATION by a man of business e. pertino amrawllnir lailiiaman r tuUn olinrxe r ho! p, or will ua nilnor portion u Janitor or wnti'liumii or at nii-ulum ol work. nl lit Al.lr,t C. P. O. llox Ultt. olty. WAMTKU, SITUATION by Swedish girl la seoond work; beat n'fori'iio n. I7i.iulre nlOltt OTl KHAiNKLIN fT., top floor. WA'TKI, HORRES to bcrd for Hie winter: box OS single stnlis: boHt of food and care. ... J.UW1UH I 8HUMWAV, nRTtt I'll 1ll.knalre.rt. .t. , . WAVTI. I, A COMPETENT girl for genoraj bouse, work i Uunnnii or Punish nri-ffrreil, HBBHKKMA.N AVENl'B. w. i v a- INoan Amerla family (three person), BwodUh, DruIhIi or Uuruutn girl for genZ ral housework. Apply nf P"t Hill HOWARD AVENUE. WANTKD, A RESPECTAIII.R ,.riv .. .n n.Mn.. iV With acapitnlof from jl.OHO to Stu'ouoi the lnveetment will nuv ir. ,.;1.J oent, aeourd. Addrine x u, n8 7tl NewHuvonP, O. Oenl Delivery. WANTKI), A willing, strong boy, nl xtvn years of age, wants work of aoiuo kind; or would serve put an apprenticeship in order to learn a good trade; good reforenoce. AddrpM. . V1I-LIAM, Thin Ollloe. WANTKO SELECT Swedish holp (ina'e and female) at 175 Ml tAUOW 8TKKET, n"tT eniranoe im aide. WANTKD, CnrjATrONB for best boueohold help, la all branches. MUS. HABII, " EM la) Court street. WANTED, BT an experienced girl, a situation to do oouklng and gonerul housework. I have also an nxorllent woman to assist In housework, or will do all tho work In a small family. I can furnlah an Inexperienced girl to learn for low wages. BARTHOLOMEW'S, . SI Orange street, Oaudefroy's Old Stand. . WANTKD, EVERYBODY needlngservants to all here, We su pply all the best. We have sorted out and discarded moat of the uaeleas oums. These seek new offices (where they are not known), which are springing up constantly. We have been here yeara and use judgment, selecting only those that will do the work re quired. We have the flnest facilities and can serve you better thnn anvone else. EMPLOVMKNT AGENCY, au '75 Chupol street. IJXtBccUaucows. FOR SALK. D RtTO store flxtnres. show cases, counters, nT 7t' uruwvrs, aueiviiig, etc. inquire ac 141 DIIWELI. AVENPE. FOR SALK, UPRIGHT Piano in good order. (n7 7f) 118 WARD STREET, FOR SALE. PIANO, tail upright piano, $o.W S3 second-hand pianos on your own terms; play whllo you pay. Don't get into the wrong store. C. M. LOOM1S' BONS, 1 oftt tf Ktl Chapel street. sirs. n. roiiv IS now ready to deal in casuoir clothing, carpets, etc A postal directed to tJ Grand avenue will reoelve prompt attention. FOR SALK, PAIR well bred Morgan horses, great road sters ; can trot better than 3 minutes together ; one of the best teams for all 'round purposes In the city. Aoply to WILSON H. LEE, 11W4 Chapel, or n8 14t 208 Meadow Btreet. FOR A DESIRABLE OFFICE J'N good location, wth good light, steam . heat, olean building, broad entrance, airways lighted by electrloity, reasonable price, apply to ' n510t THE GEORGE H. FORD CO' CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on all Private and Business Matters. MEDICAL Woman's diseases. Consultation In person or by letter. MARY J. WRIGHT, M. D., apSS ly Office. Tontine Hotel, 140 Ohuroh st BQX'COAT MACKINTOSHES WATCRPROOR The Vera Bicycle and Rubber . Store, 168 Orange it. .1 p-Miaua