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NEWHAVENMORNINU JOUItNAL ANDCODRIEK, If'KlUAY, CVUVKMUKK IB 1894.
FUR.
fifth
1
Capes
Mostly made to our order with
extra full sweep and extra fin
ishings. The same mastership
there that has given the Coat
and Wrap Department such a
hold on the esteem of women
of taste hereabout Fashions as
fresh, stocks as new, assort
ments as complete.
f Genuine Persian
i
Lamb
! 30-Inch length
Very Full Sweep, Handsomely
Lined, at $33.00.
Eveimtag
Silks.
One big lot made of our
Evening Silks that were
$1.50 to $2.69 a yard.
Just the thing for evening
waists. Choice at $1.25 a
yard. O & O O
Fancy Collars.
Chiffon and Lace Collar
ettes In great variety. The
proper thing now-a-days.
$2.69 to $8.25.
762 to 768 Chapel Street.
mmtmm
"
K0AL.
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 v
Gandy Syrup. i ; " .
We have just received j 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
7 BOSTON GROCERY,
N.A. fTTLLERTON, Proper,
20 Chapel Street, corner of Temple, ;
Branch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street '
MOToicnvEires
. . . ...... - -' '
' f All grade of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, eto.;
- fit lowest prices ever quoted. , . . ?
Ingrain Carpets.
r - ' Never so low In prloe, never o choloe la design and quality as now.
Oriental Rugs,
i . i A- We'have Just received a new shipment, comprising tome very choice
" ; ' Bugs and Mats. Long Ruga for halls,' eto. t
HEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO.,
- 68;70and 72.Om 8treet
upen Saturday
THIS WEE,
sPKiAi;piiicEs,of iraiiow seides.
IjARQE. VARIETY OP COLOR AND, STYLES.
Ail T-rfJMk,
694' Chapel
SOME
' New Citron.
New Raisins, food quality, lOo lb.
Vow Paper Shell Almond.
New Fllberta.'
New Currant.' ' ' ,
New Shelled Jordan Almond.
New New Orleans Molasses, BOoenta
per gallon. "
New Maple Syrup, (1.00 per gallon,
20o per bottle.
New crop Oolong and Japan Tea.
OLD Java and Mocha Coffee.
New LARGE Gnus Edam Cbeete.
New
PREFERRED STOCK CORX. TIIE
BEST, 11.60 per doceii, ISo per
can.
J. Wlnalow Jones' choice, 11.10 per
doien, lOo per can.
Ilnmburisb' Table Queen Tomatoes,
PERFECT, (1.10 per dozen, 15o
per cun.
A choice Tabl. Tomato, (1.10 per
dozen, lOo per oan.
Tbe BEST Hamburgh Bueootash,
(1.65 per dozen, 16o per can.
Hamburgh extra fancy Sifted
PEAS, FRENCH STYLE, per
dozen (2.25.
Hamburgh French Style Strlngleas
Beana, per dozen (2.25,
Maple Sugar Jut received, In pound
cake, aultable for melting.
Remember Beat Creamery Butter,
pound and half pound cake, 81c.
Remomber Beat Creamery Butter,
boxea 5 aud 10 lbs, 82o.
Cboloo New Prooesa Flour, made from
sound Old Wheat, bbl, (4,00.
Skinner k Loudon high grade Tomato
Catsup, put up in same style as Shrews
bury and Schneider's and equal to uuy
made, 20o per bottle, (2.25 per dozen.
411 and 413 State t., cor. Court.
THE
' Cor. Church and Elm Streets.
Partridge, Quail, Woodcock.
FANCY MEATS.
fresh arrival
of : . ',
TABLE DELICACIES.
Fniit and Vegetables.
Xelephone call 200. '
evenings.
Streetf V.;"- r.
I II. fclnl Co.
MLNIATUKE ALMANAC.
NOVEMBER M.
Sim Dum. ( U I Moon Hisaa, I Hio" wtaa
MARRIAGES.
llOKMULL-KINa-In Bethany, Nor am her
Sib, oy itea tiv. tuibwt J. Thornton, Mr.
1 bonus liurarall to Mr. Mary A, King,
but but Botheuy.
DEAT11B.
CAMI'liBt.L-In tbla oltr. Novaaber 141b,
Alrr.4 H. Campbell, Med IT yaws, at hi
linrWt)UOJ, Kim itmU
Notice oi furiortu brofir.
CLAIIKB-ln tola ol ty. November lh. Cap.
ti.n llonry Aim Clarke, aaad ISfMtra.
Funnil.rvl aaat CbrUt oburob, Wait Ha-vi-n,
Vrldar at I o'eiouk. Intormwit In
Watt Haven oraieterr. HaUUvea and
trlrniltaraiuvltua toauond.
FANCIIKK In this olfy. Nor. Htb.Cbarloa B.
Kaucliar, ad IK vrara, 2 muntna.
Fuuar lanrviom win be hld at bit late rU
do No. 10 HU J ibn atreet, on Friday af
ternoon at I o'clock. Fi lend! of the faintly
are Invited to attend. UurUlattbaoooveo.
leooo of tba family. Xt
MA1UKB LIST.
POST OF NKVT II A YEN.
ABRIVID.
Boh Mary Ann, Collins, N. T Iran,
Hob l'bujnlx, Carlton, do. do.
lielow-An Itall.u bark In lower barton
'ISAM to.
Boh Harry Lande'l. Crowley,
FOB KENT,
4 BLACKSMITH ahop with toola and ma.
(ihlnery. inquire at the onloo of tnn
II at NbW HAVEN WHEEL CO.
TO KENT,
SUITE of large, bandaoms furnlahed or un
furnlahrd rooma; bay window; modern
Improvements; ani eacall nt b)ard.
n!5 7tt 87 OLIVE BTRRBT.
EXI'EKIENCKD UOUKKhEHivU
18 o i n to ntmircuien t : carriage hsrlwaro
ortuauufttoturliiar nrpferroil. Addroaa
nlO it Q. B. 'iHOMVBON. tug Orange at.
KOUM.
A BUM of money, whloh tbe owner ean
havn by cull In i upon
TttEADW ELL SMITH.
n3t Buprlntendentof Police.
"YOU'D THINK"
WE were tbe people to buy gloves and
mlttena ot could you see tbe carer
orowdi around our glove counter every day.
Vast Vart ty, queenly quality, persuading
prices tbe uulverrial venilot.
LINSLEV, HOOT ft CO.
n!2UlB Open ivenlngs.
"SENSATION OF THE HOUR,"
THAT su cent horse blanket. A second
hundred Just oppned are even better than
the hundred already sold.
LlNSLKV, ROOT ft CO.,
nli U 18 i Broadway.
FRE H FISH,
I" ONO bland acalloi'S 26 cts per quart,
J clams 25 cts per quart, oysters 0 cts;
large a s irtment or flsh. soiling re is na tly at
tbe OLD OUAND AVtiiDK FISH 110 AT.
nlUt
FOR SALE,
PAIR well bred Morgan horses, (rreot road
sters can trot better than 8 minute
together ; one of the best teams for all 'round
purposes in the city. Aop yto
WILSON H. LEE, lint Chapel, ot .
n8Ht 808 Meadow street.-
"RUBBKR HORSE COVERS,".
TpXTBA large, $2.60. Our prloea on the ever
Li popular lawn wo il atreet blanket), slaei
841 Oand DOxM.are lowr tnan otner men's.
Pig 14 18 LIN8LEY, ROOT k CO.
"FLEXIBLE FELI WEATHER"
STRIP t cents foot; easily applied with a
lew tacks. Patent bottom door atrip for
outside doors, ash or walnut. 40 oents.
D121418 LINSLEY, ROOT ft CO
CABINET AND HARD WOOD
WORK.
ALSOSAWING, TURNING,
And Jobbing in Wood of all kinds.
EDWARD P. BRETT, Builder,
16 ARTISAN STREET. '
Telephone 253-13. n!4 tf
District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court. '
November 16tb, 1884. (
STATE of MOKBIS HEKRMAN, of New
Xj naven, In said district, assigning debtor.
The trustee represents tbe estate Insolvent,
and prays the appointment of commissioners
thereon. ij
ORDERED That commissioners to receive
and examine tbe claims of tbe creditors of
said estate be appointed at a Court of Probata
to be held at New Haven, within and for the
district of New Haven, on the ISM day of No
vember, 1894, at ten o'clock forenoon; of whloh
all persons in interest will take notice and ap
pear, If they see oauso. and be heard thorfon.
n!6 at A. HBATON ROBERTSON, Judge.
SPECIAL COMMITTEE
Revision of the City Charter.
THE Special Committee to whom hns been
referred the report of the Commission
on the Revision of tne Charter of tbo O.ty of
JNew iiavon will give "UiSlji(J rllSAlUiWS In
the ohamber of the B jard of Aldermen, City
nau, on monaay evening, aovemoi-r ivtn ;
on Monday evening, JNovember aith: on
Tuesday evening, November 27th, and on
Wednesday evening, Novemoer fcth.
The subjects to be considered at these
hearings will be as fallows :
Monday evening, November 19th The re
port or ine uommission; general discussion
of the whole subject. -
Monday evening, November 26th The
Mayor and Executive Jmoers tnelr powers
and duties.
Tuesday evening, November 27th The
Commissions and Common Counoil.
Wednesday evening, November SSthVThe
Governments.
The hearing will oommenoe promptly at
730 o'clock. .
All pers ns Interested In the foregoing are
nereuy uuuueu w ajjiear auu uo uetuu iiiure
on witnout furtner notioe.
John Oubbibb Gallaoheb, Chairman.
Att.sti BilWARD A. STREKT, . '
pit! Aaaistaut City Clerk.
CORR-SOLEO SHOE.
Is what we aro selling now, and judging
from the ' way they disappear from our
shelves we must have the Banner Line,
It's the proper shoe for eomfort, health
andftyle. , : ';. ', -
finr Trnnmnl flniln. Dorir MnW TTanl
Welt PiooadUly, at 8. 50, Is a beauty. ,
"VT-. Ana iUaA rnarlsl -f.KaT DaniLt..1.
Cordovan Hand Sewed' Cork Bole, ealt
lined, vi.w. .
And for Style and nt we dont take a
baok seat on our Cork Sole at 5.00. - ,
If that Is too much, we have a good
styled Calf, also Puritan Calf Cork Bole,
at 18.00.
A. B. &EEOT00D,
773CHAPEC STRElf '
Store 4l)sea'Bvenlng, exeept-lloadaji
ana eaturaay.
BSTBMTA TXMBHTS.
Ryiwrtoa.
Penman Thorapaon will present bis
great play, "The Old Homstead," this
evening and to-morrow evening. Espec
ial Interest Is attached to Mr. Thomp
son's visit at this time, as he announces
this Is his last season on the road.
Big sudlsnces are assured. The sale of
seats Is very active.
' Grand Optra Heaaa.
The continually Increasing popularity
of this house was) fully demonstrated
last evening, when this big theater was
tilled by appreciative admirers In
general, of tilgh class vaudeville. The
olio Is opened by Magee and Crlm
mlns In a burlesque boxing act, whloh
brought forth considerable applause.
Patterson Brothers' did some fine work
on tbe triple horizontal bars and Rich
mond and Glenroy, the popular comedy
boomers, entertained? the audience
with their songs and Jokes. Mile.
Ottllle, the dainty ch&nsonette, sang
French, German, Spanlafh and English
songs and danced a number of reels
and wings, which greatly pleaaed those
present There was also a laughable
military sketch, entitled "The Inde
pendent Colored Cadets," In which the
following named took part: William
Keough, Peter Randall, J. Sullivan and
Hugh Mack. W. F. Denny, the vocal
ist, sang a number of popular ballads
in a pleasing manner, as did also Miss
Marie Rhea.
But the chief feature of the evening
was the great Sampson, reputed strong
est man on earth, who was greeted
with a storm of applausje. Some of the
feats Sampson performed are aston
ishing indeed. He handled 200 and 300
pound steel bars with the utmost ease.
A 250 pound dumb bell he easily
placed high above his head with one
hand. Bracelets of heav chain metal
are placed around his arms, and by
distending bis muscles these powerful
chains are snapped in x.rro like dry
twigs. The Roman column act la very
difficult. Belts are fastened to his legs,
and these are attached to the column.
Then bending backward he lifts the
fifty-pound dumb bell and the great
250 pound dumb bell to the top of the
column. His lifting of the weighty
Ferris wheel with two men on It was
a great achievement. The audience
again and again applauded Sampson
most enthusiastically.
The entertainment concluded with a
comedy called, "After the Ball." In all
the Waldmanh "Show Is one of the
greatest Been here this entire season.
There will no dtfubt be large audiences
at the performances tttiis evening and
to-morrow afternoon and evening.
"The Derby 'Mascot," which comes
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, next
week, Is a sensational melodrama. Its
scenes are laid In Texas. Its plot deals
with love and 'lhtrlgue.and tells how
the hero emerge? ail right. The cast In
cludes Kate .Rooiriey, the daughter and
Imitator of the late Pat Rooney; Dolly
Theobold, the golden haired princess of
the "1492" company; Daisy Dixon, of
kangaroo dance fame; Randolph Mur
ray and others. The three girls, Miss
Rooney, Miss Theobold and Miss Dixon
are petite little misses, no one of them
much over five feet tall.
Kate Rooney and Daisy Dixon will
both be seen In 'boys' parts, the former
as a newsboy', 'btotblack, etc., and the
latter as his Jockey rival. Miss Theo
bold essays the heroine, and successful
ly sits astride King Fargo, a hurdle
jumping horse, while he clears a mock
railroad gate Ave feet ten Inches high.
Patrons of the Grand opera house
may anticipate an unusual treat in the
engagement of Bronson Howard's great
comedy, "Young Mrs.-Winthrop," which
will be seen on the board1 of this popular
playhouse the three last days of next
week. The engagement Is one of the
few high standard attractions which
Manager Bunnell has booked in this
house and the same success that attend
ed the engagements of "Jane" and "Lost
Paradise" may be anticipated for
"Young Mrs. Wihthrop."- '
In the lecture hall annex "Chief," the
diminutive pony, whose tall measures
thirteen feet, will be seen during the re
mainder of the week. The hall is open
free to the patrons of the theater.
Foil's Wonderland Theater.
Everything worth seeing in the vau
deville line Is presented from week to
week at Poll's Wonderland, and the
public have learned that they can make
no mistake in visiting this theater at
any time. If you visit one of the vau
deville theaters In New York you will
See probably twenty acts. Out of those
twenty there will be only eight or nine
that interest you. Those eight or nine
you will see, one after the other, at
Poll's. The very best artists in their
lines are engaged at Wonderland. In
addition the perfect order - preserved
makes It pleasant for a lady to attend
wiyiout an escort, and mothers can
bring their little ones and enjoy the
performance. The Immense attendance
at Wonderland shows that the people
appreciate It, ; 1
, SHOT BY HIS XXPLOTMB,
MJchael Pngan Shot In Voxon by Robert
DaUey. '
: Mlehael Dugan of Franklin street,
who is employed by Robert Dailey at
the latter's farm in Foxon, was shot
about 8:110 o'clock yesterday morning by
his employer, who It Is sald,put twenty,
seven duck shot. Into him. Dugan and
Dailey became Involved In an alterca
tion during the course of which Dugan
knocked Dailey down. The latter went
Into the house, brought out his rifle and
discharged it at Dugan. The latter was
not seriously Injured, but came, to his
home in this city, where the. shot was
extracted by Dr. Roberta, v -r
. Danbnry's New Almshouse.
;. IJanbury, Nov. 15. The new : town
almshouse, which' has Just been com
pleted at a cost of V.6.000.; waa formally
opened this, evening. A. supper was
given by the superintendent, Matthew
Bcott, and about 260 people from this
City .were present. The members o
the board of , Wettne . with 'Town
Agent Garrlty and. Superintendent Bah-
rora or pie opnngBiue) .pome) in New
Haven, were tile guests) of the select.
men this evening, k t-f?$X r v -,v
A iVCCKMrUL WAl
At the Reward Ateau Congregational
Cb arch Ordinal on Harvlova,
The two days' fair and festival, which
was held at the Howard avenue Con
gregational church closed last evening.
The rooms In the church, where the
fair wer held, ware handsomely deco
rated with evergreens, chrysanthe
mums and the fancy work, which was
for sale, A very entertaining program
consisting of singing, reading and reci
tations was rendered by the young
folks of the church. The fair was a
success financially.
MR. rniLANDT's ORDINATION.
An ecclesiastical council will be held
In the church to-day at 4 p. m., to ex
amine A. F. Fehlandt of that church,
and the publlo services of the ordina
tion will be held In the church at 7:M
with sermon, muslo and addresses.
BK rESTH AXX1TERSA B f.
Israel Putnam lodge Celebrates at the
Ilyporlon.
The seventh anniversary exercises of
Israel Putnam lodge, No. 31, A. O. U.
W., were held In the Hyperion theater
last evening. Nearly every seat In the
big theater was taken. The stage was
prettily trimmed with chryeanthemums,
furnished by Champion & Co.
The program Included muslo by the
Mendelssohn quartet, composed of
Frank H. Maurer, first tenor; Thomas
H. Williams, second tenor; Harry E.
Hunie, first bass; Charles Uren, second
bass.
Elocutionists Miss Lottie Reynolds
and W. Manning Reynolds of the Rey
nolds school ot elocution; Prof. Charles
H. O'Connell, banjo soloist; Mrs. John
E. Lynch, accompanist. Symphony or
gan recital, Prof. Oustav Bolze. The
kings of Irish comedy, Ollmore and
Leonard, from Poll's Wonderland.
The Introductory remarks were made
by J. J. Howard. Grand Overseer J. C.
Gallagher made an address for the good
of the order.
A banjo solo was next given by
Charles H. O'Connell, which was en
cored, and he responded.
The recitations by W. Manning Rey
nolds and Miss Lottie Reynolds were
very pleasing. The kings of Irish corned
lans, Messrs. Gllmore and Leonard.con
vulsed the audience with their funny
songs and witticisms.
The committees for the celebration
were as follows:
Executive committee J. J. Howard.J.
P. Hume, W. F. Hopson, Louis Knoll
meyer, J. C. Schultheiss.
The ushers were A. F. Royce, C. F.
Welman, J. B. Hoogklrk, J. B. Colwell,
W. J. Meeker, C. E. Hodson, F. L. Gran
nies, F. Femiolett, W. B. Llnsley, B. W.
Dorman, Thomas O'Connell, S. P. Gen-
nette.
Door commmlttee.' C. Schultheiss,
wiiuam Everhart, J, B. McManus, G. A.
Towner, Ed. Doollttle, G. C. Rogers.
Their First Sociable.
The first of a series of sociables given
by Victoria circle No. .Ill, C. A. F
was held in Golden Rnla hall !,. .i.m
R. F. Shephard and Mrs. Rosa Miller
led the grand march, followed by 150
couples. . .
Gat field Council, O. U. A. M.'S, Sir Nights
Entertainment.
Garfield council No. 14, O. A. IT. M.,
opened a six nights' fair in Banquet
hall last night. A fair sized crowd
attended. There is to' be an entertain
ment every night and to-night the pro
gram Includes ah, excellent musical
trio and a song and dance artist. There
are twenty-five prizes and voting for
a ladles' gold watch, an O. U. A. M.
pin, a past councilor's collar and a
large doll.
The exhibitors are: The Crawford
Shoe company, A. H. Slzer, the clothier;
T. F. Sherman, the .jeweler; E, C.
Bennett, rubbber goods; Walter A.
Clark, sewing , machines; Stone &
Mitchell Buttertne company, Allen, the
florist, and! H. H, Guernsey, stoves.
MAyvrAdxvxiifo.
The Schollliom Business Will Remain in
This City.
The gratifying information Is given
by the ' Schollhorn company that that
company has finally and fully aban
doned Its Intention of removing Its busi
ness to another town and has decided
to continue its business In New Haven.
This decision will be very gratifying to
all interested in tbe business prosperity
of New Haven. The company's busi
ness Is, moreover, constantly improv
ing and It Is learned that the concern
proposes at an early day to enlarge its
manufactory in order to gain needed
Increased room for Its business.
wTime .' .
is precious.
You - can save I
some each day by
using STREET'S
ready-in-a-minute
PERFECTION
BUCKWHEAT.
: Begin now. .
&cal gstatc.
FOR KKNT.
C ECON'D floor on Dwlatit atreet. Inquire at
iii"Vt -a huwk antKKt'.
FIRST floor tonemeui, I roouia, all modern
oiivniilenuea. Apply on promts. at
Ml If EDWAHim HT.
KOU NIC NT,
LEAANT furalthrd room for gentleman.
n U Ht g COLLKO K bTKKKT.
KOK UK.Yr,
CI ODD uprluhl planoa, 19.00 for the winter.
I (Jnt a piano, give IU oultlren a oliaiioa
aud enjoy lift) ; lliara la no ua In living If
weoauuotuave eoineof tne unloymmiw of
llti. C. il. I.OIIMl.S rtuNM,
oSS If
8M CliapH atrw.4.
KOU KENT.
IN private family, nlaaaant room, with
bounl, for man ana wifo. or two enUo
nient nlao table Imarili lixwilon omitnU.
llltf AilOn-aa 1A Y, Courl.f offlcf..
IM.U IJ I.' '
ArillVATK family, wHl located, will rent
a vir pennant anllo of rooma. fur-
nl.linl, fur lla-lit luiuseatMiilna' or lodging ;
rur.TiMici uxuuaugtM, Alilr"t
nlll.tl I'l.BAHA.NT, thlaofflne.
KKAL kstatk
BOUOIIT, sold or exobantod. Ratatna
nanugiHl oitro fully. Klre Innurauce,
rvprenuntlng 1 10 boat oompaulua, Loana no
goUalvd. Notary inilillo.
II. O. l)llETZFEI.TErt,
S.if ai t.ubaiigi' llulhllng.
For Sale or Exchange,
jO ACIIK8 In WbltneyvUIe. good honaenf
u ten rooms, and barn. Laml all tillable,
plenty of fruit, buildings in good ouudltlon.
Price IU.SOU.
CHAS.D. NICOLL.fi: CO.,
8S Cburob atreel. (lionedlot Building), room IS,
Kyrnlnas from 1 to t.
FOR SALE.
Two Family House on Whalley Avenue.
uihm oarn. ixii ajxsa reet.
JOHN C. PUNDERFORD,
110 Cliurob atreet.
Open evonlmm.
FARM FOR SALE,
VERT fine location, on main road In Wood
lirldite. Imtiic roomv hnllcllnm Ann
shade, abundanoo of fruit, pure spring water;
cxueiieiii. summer noma. mu or aauresa
GEORGE A. ISBELL,
787 Chapel street. New Haven, Oonn.
FOR SALE,
A GOOD PAYING HOUSE.
Would take a bulldinit lot or farm in ex
change. K. . BALDWIN, .
Aw 818 Chapel street.
FOR SALE,
A HOUSE on Olive street, near Chapel at.:
lotsoxaw. Prloowill be made low and
terms very easy to a prompt buyor.
MERWIN'S
Heal Estato Office,
sW 758 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.
Westville to Have Rapid Transit.
BUILDING lots on Main, Fountain, West
Prospect, Wlllard, Aluen, Barnett, and
other desirable residence, streets in Weatvllle,
for sale at prices ranging from two to ten
cents per square foot.
Now Is tbe time to buy.
For particulars call on or address
H. C. PARDEE,
n!2tf 128 Fountain street, WestvlUe.
REAL ESTATE.
City Building Lots.
Loans on City Property.
EDWARD M. CLARK,
11 CHURCH STREET,
Evenings T to 8. Room 18.
I Have a Long List
Of central resident and business properties
for sale at very low figures. Uargalns in
bouses and lota In every ward in the city.
Renting and the oare of property.
For Sale One-family house, good condi
tion, Carmel avenue; price $2,400; terms easy;
a bargain.
For Sale First-class two-family house, new,
in nrst-class neighborhood in western part or
city, Easy terms and prloe low. Building
lots at your own price.
Loans Negotiated.
L. G. HOADLEY,
Room 2, Hoadley Building, 49 Church bt.
018 Open Evenings.
Two-family House,
9 Cottage street,
$6,000.
AUCTION SALE
OF
REAL ESTATE
TO CLOSE AN ESTATE.
TN pursuance of orders of the Probate court
X for the Dlstriot of New Haven, tbe un
dersigned will sell at public auction, for and
onaooountof Benjamin It. English, admin
istrator estate Mary A Hoyt, the two-family
dwelling house.
No. 19 Foote Street,
Size of lot Is 10x120 feet.
' Bale will take place on the premises
Tuesday Morning at 11 o'clock,
H November 20th, 1894. '
: Terms made known at time of sale,
EDWARD C. BEECH ER,
sUH Lloenaed Auctioneer,
Wnnts.
One Cent Word each iiiaertloo, Ave
cents Word for full Week, seven
times.
WANTED.
TOIIK br hoy, flxteen yean of age i
I m M.fl MINN.. ... t U. - n .4 .III!
Insmw. A'ltlrww. WORK. Tufa Umoe.
WANTED,
IM5fKt)IATELy, a coimpi.iit laundrww.
nlO It M lllilll HEIiT.
WANTED,
QlTnATIONS by man and wlfei man un.
CJ "liir-taiUa tlturareot horsMand U good
tanlKiivr, wlfu tlnir.iuglily uuilitraiuiU
oii.Kwork ; tnwt r.'r.T.'iu'. K. Iniiuiro
" 11.1 FKANKhl.NTHKBT.
W A V I I. 11
AN of espcrli'tioii in iakehnrv of an
A" 4. "'Wit wk.iii ; miuriH.1 man nrfarred.
' 8't l NOR, W WiMWt. rairwt.
WANTED,
SITUATION by voinpi t..tl girl In general
li.iiianwnrk or awuud work ; good refor.
vii'. lnunlro
lll'l -li
I.AI IIKRTON bTUKKT.
WANTED,
SITUATION by y.umg girl of experlonce
aaaoumairrM: wliliug to acalal luclwui
borwniki good roriT.in. i-.
lii.iiilri
nlSIH ui jioii
llil.ss
STREET.
WANTED,
SITUATION by compi t 'lit woman aa oook
ami laiintlrrMi ; bit oily rfnr. nr... ln-
aiillS-jiHilii'j JbJ0KllA. Kl.lN S I UKBT.
WAN TED."
WASHING and Ironing to d at home.
In.julro ut
nltlf "OrARI.ISLE STREET.
WANTED,
I" AIIE8 to write ill Iimiuhj im wwkly j en.
J cl.is.1 stamp. LoL'l.'KbMU'tt.
Milwaukee. Wis.
WANTED,
A SITUATION by a woman ti do general
l.ouaework In small prlvato family or
f.ir an aged oouple. Inqiiin. at
nltllit iki; WEtiV WATER STREET.
WANTED.
BY competent woman, work by thedayi
giHid ciMik and laundrcai; brat roferl
eiicm. Inquire
n u t a (Olil.is STREET.
WANTED,
JJITUAT ON by Norwegian girl In general
- " - - - ' " 1 " VJ . 1. n . (t I . 1. .'U.
hoiMowork Inamidl futnilv Innmp.
nlB ;i
WANTED.
OITUATI0N8 for best bouaehold help, lq,
O all branches.
A1IU9. UABU,
128 Uourt street.
WANTED,
BT an experienced girl, a situation to do
o. Miking- and general housework.
I have also an exo. Jlunt woman to assist in
housework, or will do all the work In a small
family. I can furnish au Inexperienced gud
to learn for low wages.
BARTHOLOMEW'S,
CI Orange streot,
Oaudefroy's Old Stand.
WANTED,
EVERYBODY needlngsorvantsto oall here.
We supply all the beat. We have sorted
out and discarded most of the useless olasa.
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 tbat will do the work re.
quired. We have the nneet facilities and oaa
serve you better than anyone else.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
auD TT& Chapel street.
miscellaneous.
ASK TO SEE
O
UR R-E horse blanket. $1.30.
mailt MALUbr, nttn uu.
HORSE BRtSHES
FROM ISO cents to $2.00; better tbe prloe bet
ter the brush.
nlSat MALLEY. NEELY & CO.
BCKATCH YOUR HORSE'S BACK
WITH a Big Store currycomb. 10 to 25 cts.
n 15 at MALLEY, NEELY & CO.
LONG SURCINGLES
WITH short prices, 0 to cents.
nlSilt MALLEY, NEELY A CO.
FIND FEW FIVE-RING HALTERS
AS good as ours for 50 ocnts.
nlSdt M ALLEY. NEELY CO.
FOR SALE.
PIANO, $25; upright piano, $90.00; 23
second-hand pianos on your own terms;
ploy while you pay. Don't got Into tbo
wrong store. O. M. LOOMIS' SONS,
o2tf Baa Cbitpcl street.
MRS. B. COHN
IS now ready to deal In cast-off clothing,
carpets, eto. A postal directed to 69
Grand avenue will reoulve prompt attention.
o:$;J6t
WALLIJNGFORD.
NOW Is the time to put In the fuel-saving
weather strip.
n!8 7t 0. F. WOODING.
"DO YOU READ OUR ADS?"
L1NSLEY, ROOT & CO.,
n!2H16 "The Uptown Hustlers.11
CHAS. H. BROMLEY,
MAKER of Violins, Double Bases, eto.
New and Old Violins for sale. Repair.
tag a specialty. Bowa renalred. Instruction
given on tbe Violin. Terms moderate.
sttr am unuaaiu ax., new naven, ui
CLAIRVOYANT.
READINGS on all Private and Business
Matters. MEDICAL Woman's diseases.
Uinsuitatlon in person or or lettor.
MARY J. WRIGHT, M. D.,
ap28 ly Offloe. Tontine Hotel, U9 Ohurob st
DRAPERY CURTAINS MADE UP
IN Bpeclal designs and oolorlntrs to suit all
styles of deoomtions : laoe curtains in ail
grades, Japanese, Smvrnaand Brussells rugs)
window stiades ana upholstering goodsj
special attention to designs and hangings.
mini. unvt. Tu i DPttr .n
nH7t 004 Cliapel Street.
DENTISTRY.
G. H. GIDNEY,
797 Chapel St.,
North side.
Six doors below Orango.establisued 1871. Den
tistry in all Its branches. Frioes tbe lowest
consistent with first-class work.
OFFICE OF NAUGATUCK RAIL
ROAD CO.
fii-i.iirf.nort. Nov. 1st. ISM.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that the annual
1 mnetinir of tne Stockholders of the Nau.
gatuok Railroad Company for the election of
a Board ot Directors, and for tho transaction
of any other business which may come b fore
said meeting, will be held at the Connecticut
National Bank in Bridgeport on Wednesday,
novrmoer xisu, iwt, ar eleven o ciock a. m.
n51219 WM. D.
1 BOX-COAT S EilPii
1 MACKINTOSHES lgS .apr
0, And GUArAnT tED Sffi 15
WATtRPROOK BSj
p The Veru Bicycle
g and Rubber EffiUfaOwly.
158 Orange at.

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