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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 1894.
A WORD! WITH YOU! Ladles, If You Have a wuhlil, g Cloth Cape, Fur Cape, or Hp Plush Cape,. To Buy To-day, Buy It HERE I Compliments Not a day passes without someonetelllng usthattheyhave been all over town and have come back here to buy their COAT or cape; WHY? There ,are more to choose from. -The prices are reason able and the styles exclusive. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. KOAL I am now delivering Koal In bags and carried Into the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all dirt and buy of W.F.GILBERT, 66 Church Street, opposite Postofflce, 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. SPECIAL SALE FOR THANKSGIVING. We have secured about four thousand pounds extra fine Raisins, worth 12 cts per pound ; for the next ten days you can buy them at 9 cent, 8 lb for 28 cent. New Imperial Raisins by the pound or in quarter boxes. New Seedless Raisins, New Currants. New Fig. New Dates, New Prunes. .-NEW NUTS. -'. English Walnut, Pecans, Filberts, Almonds and Brazils SPICES. Our Spioe are pure and of the best quality. ' V CANDY. Something New Frenoh Chip, Coconut Creams and 3utteroups, at speolal prices. ' . AT THE BOSTON N. A. FCJLLERTON, Prop, 926 Chapel Street, ; Bunch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street Fffl'FLOOR COVERINGS An grade of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, OUCIoths, Linoleums, eto., JJ m lowest price ever quotco, 4 ' Ingrain Carpets. . $vet to low in price, never Oriental Rugs. : . We have Jut received a new shipment, eomprlslng tome Very choice j ' ' Bug and Mat. -Long Bog tor halls, ete, HEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO., . 7, '. 68,70 and 72 Orange Street - . Open Saturday , ; SPEOIU PMOES OK PtQA I fflKIM Is Nearly Here And Something Must Be Done. It (Mini m though ometblng could be elected from tho following to help out that New England Holiday. Choice fuucjr bunch Malaga Raisin. Choloe Louie Muscatel. California looie, Ymy good, lOo lb. Extra fine Citron. Oraiifco and Lemon Peel. New Currant, Heedle Raisins. Pure Fruit Jell es, Jami, eto., eto. Florida Oranges, Grape Fruit, Ba nana, Cape Cod Crauberrlet. New White Honey In comb and atralued In bottles. Extra large new Fig. P. nk Malaga Grope. Fine Olive Oil. Caper'i Poultry Dressing. Mr. Taylor' Minoe and Plum Pud ding, iu giant; the rlobeet of the rich. Frauoo-Amerloan, 1 lb and ) lb tlu. Almorw'i Mliioe In quart jar. Paper Shell Almond t Grenoble, Bra wl, Filbert and Pecan Nut, all new. Boiled Cider, quart and plut bottle, Coffee, Tea and Spices, the highest grade In market a speolulty of them 1 made by us. A big variety of Cheese. Our Sep tember factory 1 rery fine we out at 16olb. Sage Cheese Jut received from Ver mont dairy; It will melt In your mouth. BUTTER! We are havinK a lively trade in But ter ; an Inside figure 1 given us, and we give the PUBLIC an Inside figure. The quality is line j made in one of the best creameries in the country by one of the most expert makers, we CHALLENGE COMPARISON. We offer: Pound and halt pound cakes, per lb, 88o. 5 and 10 lb boxer, per lb, 81o. We shall lead this market, and the maker and owner will do their part. We have it In 80 and 60 lb tubs for 80c per lb. It is made every day and re ceived by us three times per week. Old laid down Butter with its old taste WON'T DO ; it is a baok number. 25 oases of Heublcln'a make of Cook tails, $10.80 per case to the trade j also Hub Punch. 8,000 gallon i year old California Port, Sherry, Angelica, Catawba- and Muscatel Wine ; any of them fort 1.00 por gallon, or 25o quart bottle. Champagnes, Sauterne. Clarets, Imported and California. Very Dry and Dry Sherries imported by us direct from the makers in Cadiz, Spain, ranging in price from 98 to $12 gallon Ports ranging about the same. Liebotschaner Lager (1.00 per dozen. We are sole agents for its sale in New Haven. A good stock of Imported and Do mestic Cigars) QUALITIES, KINDS, colors and prices to suit. 411 and 413 State St., cor. Court. GROCERY, corner of Temple, so ohoioe in design and quality at now. evening, v -WIIDOW SHADES. 5 ' MINIATURE ALMANAC. NOVEMBER M. Run Hum, 6:51 1 Hoc Hi, I Hnm-WATta. jo DEATHS. SMITH In this city, suddenly, Nov.M, ISM, a ii.. wiaow at ins uv. namu.i a tjmlUi, and daughter of to. late Nathan N, npw-ry agaiy.ai-e. roitloo flf tunM-mi hHM.flM UAI.I)WlNit IUu Hill. Knv.H SimiMl A. Baldwin, sued ',1 year. IWrat -vice- wlu'b held t bis late rel- pono on onay, Nov. so, HI 1 o-aiuvx ltnltitivtM aitil friends r rmpsoirullx In- VllM 111 lltMiMl H.1.1...... ..Iimk n.itln. Rllriu 1 .. L. i- -1 . .. V A , u..kl 0 It irud HI Urn, d.uKbtor of UUrlt C. and Klluttitrth If. B4ur. Fiinoml mm tbe paranta' resldenoe Satur- , AlAltlMuiLlalV UJpoht of nkw uatbm.U3 ARRIVID. Boh Port Boy. Smith. N. V. for Rancor. Rub It'ibort Dyrua, TtaurstuD, WoOdbrldg. bub M. J. r'luuluimjni, Dawwn, N.Y.. clay. FUK ItKNT. UPPER flat M Wba ley avonue. Apply , wlibla, or of r. A. COUB1N, FUU ItKNT. rpHRRB ronina, at Howard avonu. I adult OYSTKKS, OYSTKHS, TTIOH thn Hollilav tradM. Tlmfamuui van. JD ulna Blue PulnU, itookaway, Cilntuna, Ouliroras. btooy Creeks and Uraufords ; wr rnntrd to be pun and good no newer within uye mum. i a. fuiitii se SKVKN BARREL" CIIKSTNUT UrOOD Sl.OJ : 8 hrr. H hrd wood l.UO. H ELM CITY WOOD CO. Onlorfrom n sn Btophon Brunt, VM Chapel DOO LOST. T- OSTyesterdar an EnylUh setter (puppy) J aliout 8 raoutus old, red andwblto: an swora Ui the numa of Hovor. A reward will oapitm Dy leaving mm at nam mi state street. RKTRKNCIIMENT AND REFORM rpHB Committee on Retrenchment and Ho X trm will meet In room 10 and 11, City Hall, on Tuesday, November 17th, lWi, at 8 p. in., tor too purpose or oonmairini toe communluationof F. Chllllnirworth et al. In reference to the assessments levied by the ouuru or uompensauon agsinat property owners for the construction of the Boulevard sewer between Derby avenue and Elm street. All persons Interested in tne forefolair are nuiinea io appeir ana oe oeara tnereon wiinout turcner nimoe Per order, Hx.nby F. Kim, Chairman, Attest: EDWARD A.8TREKT, nt4 at Asnlstun t City Clerk, AUCTION SALE AT 565 Howard Avenue, (Near Junction of Howe street,) TUESDAY, Nov. 27th, 10 a.m. Moquet, Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, Parlor, Dining Boom and Chamber Fur niture, Pictures, Crockery, Glassware. Kitchen Utensil, eto , .to. R. B. MALLORY, n23t '" ' Auctioneer. A Cup of Beef Tea The cheapest, purest and best, Can be prepared Instantly from LiebigCOMPAM'S Extractor Beef. 1 There's only one genuine kind and that you can know by this signature in blue on every Jar : . Distributing agents for Oonn.i Taloott, DlH WASlm Turkeys, Quail, Partridge, Grouse, Canvasback Ducks, Venison. HEADQUARTERS FOR ERESH VEfrETABIES. Mushrooms, Brussels Sprouts, Artichokes, ueiery, Lettuce, Radish, Cucumbers, String Beans, Green Peas, Egg Plant ana uauunower, FRUITS AND FANCY GROCERIES, TIE 1 H. iSBIT CO., Cor. Church and Elm Streets. Telephone call 280. ' IT'S ASTONISHING The way the ladle Hook Into onr store, and walk out with a pair of par NEW NEEDLE TOED Shoes on, with the re- mark that they are the moat COM- PORTABLE Sboe they ever tried ' anfl thej certainly barf the smilj. Gsrine Welt,' only 13 CO fine Button Conpess, - 4.03 Fine Wing Tip Button, 4.00 , Ladies' Wool Slipper Soles, lfo. - A. B. GBEEWOOI) 773 CHAPEL STREET. ' Store elotefl Evenings, exoept Mpnday - . suia Daturoay, -r , ' Naif 1 1 Poultry. ZNTBKTAlNMESrS. HyiMrian. To-nlght the theater patron of New Haven will have v rare opportunity to enjoy a performance1 which, It may be aid, I without it kind on the Ameri can board to-day. "Moses and Son" I a comedy which deal In American Hebralo life. The treatment of the ubject I far away from the line In which comedy ha been known on our board for tome hulf dozen or more year past. The perlpathetlo tage-Jew not In evidence, Solomon Mosea, Is a sharp, brlKht, cleun-cut lawyer, with all the perullnrttli' of his profession, coupled with the keen ness of the Hebrew race, lie Is a Jolly, open-hearted, sporty old gentleman, who in the endeavor of savin hi aon from a mes-alllance with the coubrette of a farce comedy company, manage to get himself Into all sorts of pre carious amd ludicrous ' situations. While he eventually succeeds In his en terprise, he is In an unbroken series of troubles throughout the three acts. Carrie Turner will appear In "The Crust of Society" on Monday evening next Edgar I Davenport and Eugene Ormonde, both of the Carrie Turner company, are two of the most promis ing foung leading men on the American stage. Robert Hllliard will be seen In "The Nominee" on Wednesday evening, No vember 28. Sale of seats opens Mon day. The Thanksgiving attraction, after noon and evening, Thursday next, will be "Rice's Surprise Party." Sale of seats now open. flrand Opera Home. "Young Mrs. Wlnthrop" was again presented before a large audience last evening and by a remarkably good company of players. The play 1 too well known to call for lengthy com ment, sufficient it is to say that it is one of the best comedies that have been presented in this city thl season. The cast is exceptionally good in all particulars, Mrs. Dunbar end Miss Lansing Rowan being the stellar at tractions In the cast. Miss Una Abell, Miss Lillian Schove lln and Miss Marinot all repeated their success of the night before. The play will be repeated again this after noon and evening and if the large ad vance sale of seats Is any indication, there are to be large audiences again at both performances to-day. The new stage setting painted by Blakeelee was used yesterday for the first time. ' The Fay Foster Burlesque company comes the first three days next week. "In the Tenderloin" will be the Thanksgiving attraction at the Grand Opera house on Thursday evening for one night and a matinee only. Tom Gould, the ex-dive keeper, is with this company, also George Appo, the fa mous Lexow committee witness. "The White Squadron" will sail into port on Friday next and cast anchor at the Grand Opera house for two days and Saturday matinee. Poll's Wonderland Theater. Crowded houses at Wonderland to see Miss Eddy, a former resident of New Haven, and !her truly wonderful somer saulting and leaping. Scarcely less en thusiastic Is the reception tendered to the 'musical Crescendos, who extract such beautiful melody from all sorts of things. Others In the big show are Richie Foy and the Vetfder sisters, Thompson and Collins, Miss Armour, Hughes and Parren, Ford and Francis, ana winiam ueuoe. 'or next week a great attraction has been secured in the wonderful protean sketch artists. Leclair and Leslie. Harry Leclair is known all over the world as one of the most remarkable and versatile of char acter portrayers. The whole is embod ied in a sketch entitled, "Cleopatra Up to Date." Higgins and Leslie, Goldie and St. Clair, Rita Durand, the Gloss brothers, Little Goldie, Koffee and Hill, and several other star attractions, will also appear, making an entertainment In keeping with the reputation of the Wonderland for superior excellence. WALKIJfGFOlin. The action taken at the annual borough meeting which requires that the next annual report of the board of burgesses shall be an Itemized re port In every eense of the word, causes mutfh discussion, and very few who voted for the same really comprehend the matter as they should, and do not realize what an unnecessary expense It will put on the borough and taxpay ers. To make out a complete Itemized report as voted will make a book of por- tentious size, one man claims, as big Webster's unannaged dictionary. and would cost at least WOO. The itemized bills as presented to the board must be printed In full, even to the minutest details, together., with the signed receipt of the receiver. The bills of M. E. Cook for work on the high ways are quite voluminous,' and occupy some times a full stheet of foolcap with the 'details. Every time ft bill of sun dries from the fire department or other sources for a broom, paper of tax, box of matches or other ouch articles which may not foot up, all told, over a dol lar, the whole business together with re ceipts must toe printed in full in the reports. The action is like others In the past, at various times, seems Very foolish and shows a lack of trust In the honesty and integrity o the men who have been selected by the people as bur gesses to transact the business of the borough, and without compensation at that The new board of burgesses will meet Oils evening for organisation. The Locust club Is booked to blav football to-day with the Sliver City's in Merlden. ";- A big delegation from her will take in the Tale-Harvard football game in Springfield this afternoon.. Selectman W. E. Ban Is In Boston. , Mls Grace Harwood Is the guest of Miss Minute Hannon. i ..v. .. i Colonel Leavenworth, president of the gaslight company, stated at the borough meeting that more gas lamps would be nut on the present line" of mains with. otlt extra cost to the borough. The latter, of coots nav to pay for the Xflft snd lamp. 4 "Bound by an Oath" In the oners bouse on Thanksgiving night. The Berlin Bridge company began work In widening the East Center street bridge yesterday. The work on the dam and canal on the Austin farm Is programing very lowly, end unless the weather Is more favorable the work will not be com pleted this sson. Contractor Stile find it almost Impossible to get men to do the work, and those ho doe get will not continue but a ahort time. Company K Is to have a "turkey hoot" In the armory Thanksgiving morning. A snorting rifle Is used at a target with the fowl for prise. The committee In cbnrge of the hoot com prises Sergeant Uluke, Corporal Ward ana g. f. wooding. KEtVBI.ICAX WA lr MEKTIXaS. TWELFTH WARD. The republican electors of the Twnirih ward will meet Saturday evening, No vember 24. at 8 o'clock, at tha Oulnnl plao rink on Grand avenue, to elect Delegate to me town and city conven tlon and to nominate ward otllcer. CHARLES A. STEWART, Chairman. Republican Town Convention. Delegates to the republican town convention will meet at Warner hall, Chapel street, on Monday evening, November 26, at 8 o'clock, for the pur pose of nominating town officers. JAMES H. MACDONALD. Chairman Republican Town Commit' tee. Republican I Itv Convention. Delegates to the republican city con vention will meet at Veru hall, Orange street on Tuesday evening, November 27, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of noml nattng city offlcers. JAMES H. MACDONALD, Chairman Republican Town Commit tee. ELEVENTH WARD. The adjourned meeting of the Elev enth ward republicans will be held In Osborn hall, formerly Central hall, on Grand avenue, this (Saturday) night, at 8 o'clock. W. H. PRESTON. Chairman. AS OWL Shot on Ills College f auipns. Many people stopped at F. F. An drews store at No. 5 Church street yesterday to see a large light gray owl which, he said, a Tale professor shot from the window of his college room ss it was flying over the Tale campus yesterday. It had a rat In Its claws. The professor brought the owl down to Mr. Andrews to have it mounted. A SIDEBOARD When 1 it was a matter of forty dollars or so was a lux ury ; now, when you can buy a beauty . for from twelve to twenty-five dollars and a good substantial one for seven dol lars and a half, it is another thing, isn't it ? A Pillar Table That was twenty dollars is ten dollars, and another one that was eleven dol- dollars is seven and a half. Another case of those Dining Chairs Just received ; price one dollar and fifty cents each. You can buy a similar chair for two-fifty most anywhere BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnishers, ORANGE AND CENTER STREETS. Cash or Credit. nmnsH tour DIIIM R00I Complete from our stook of Furniture, 'WHY NOT Buy where you can purohase" the entire outfit in one storel and thereby save time ' and! money. ' 'OUR TRADE Is largely made up of people" who have been coming baok tol do their trading with u year i aner year, which is a good reoommenaatloa in itself. 1JUST AS A STARTER, We will sell this week an Eng-f lish Porcelain Dinner Set of! 112 pieces, finely decorated, atl, $7.98. k A BANQUET LAMP, Onyx base and silk shade com plete, for ...-,. . $4.65. i A lot of very pretty, deooratedC vase Lamp at mo each. Meri L Avei, Complete Blouse-outfitter, , , S765 tp" 763 Chapel Street. Oped every evening,' 2Ual Estate. KUK ItKNT, IJlllT floor tuneuient, rooms, all modern onvviilonova. Apply on premium at "'I If M BlJWAHim rT. KOU KENT, nOTSR of alicht room.. Row. street; modern Improvements, atoam heat. " It Inquire at Ml 110 WR. KOIt ItKNT. IX private finally, pleasant room, with board, for man anil wire, or two gentle- wens nUo Utile b.iardi Imwilon oenlral. all tt Addresa 1IAV. lourlttr "Woe, .' IIL'VT II OITRRrtn II. kwn .... II, "II Dwla-lit .trout. Imiiilre at O-DTt 75110 WK STREET. KOIt UK NT, ROOM and power on t he corner of Dlatohley avi'inio and Hlvor slriwt, .1.0UU aijunre fct'l, ati liu horse puwor. Apply lo T. II. MA'miKW, SOB I,loyd St. KKAL KNTAI'K BO re, I IT, sold or exoonnend. Estatos maim.-.! c.irorully. Klro Insurance, riprmi.imiiK t ie Iimi uompanlM. Loans uo sutlulul. Notary puhllo. 11. v. HKETzra.nEn, nl2 tf SI kjotiajiitn lluilillne. FOR SALE. WANTED, T ... r 'I II uii a CITPATIONS for Dost household help. In Two Family House on WhaHey Avenue. sit" Good barn. Lot 40x285 f oet, WANTKl) JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, "RT " fpnrlcuood slrl, a situation to do its n,,.,i, ., . JA so11" ud senersl housowork. 11 Church streot. I have also an Mo.-llont woman to assist In Open evsnlnirs. housnwork, or will do nil tho work In a small " '"g: '""' I can furnish uu iuexpmlouood girl FARM FflR ?AI F toloarnforlowwutros. ranm run &ALt, Bartholomews, VERT lino locntlnn, on main road In Wood- CI Orange street, tirldio. Urito, roomy Imlldlnirs, flno Oaudcfroy's Old Stand shtulp, aliuudnnooof fnilt, turosprlni water: ' excvllonlsuunnur borne. OuUoruddress WANTKl), . T?VEnTTJODTnec(ilnirscrvantatocaUhBre. GEORGE A. ISBELL We supply all th host. Wohavesorted L " ,SBCfcli out and discarded most of the useless alas. TCTChaiml atroct,Newnvr.n. Conn. ii!!'Klni?w o0,ueT (Vhere tboJ, re a,at non n'011 o spriniflitir up constanUy. . KOT? S A T TP W, '"!ve boBn here y" " Juds-ment, A OAlJi, selecting- only those tlmt will do the work ro. . , quired. We have tho finest facilities and cad A GOO D PAYING HOUSE. ,orvo you hotter than anyone cl.o. wXi. EMPLOIMKNT AQBNCT, Would take a building- lot or farm la ex- i TO Chapel atroet. K.rBALmviN, JfrtoUOxamB. aScw 818 Chnpel street R. n. MALLORY, AUCTIONEER, pnn niTT1 TT OUSKUOLD Sales a specialty. OHlce 1? OK BALE, A nWW Ul OltANOE STREET. A HOUSE on Olive stroot, near Chapel St.: Tq .5L?f-H?; .COHN , lfcl lotsoxauo. l'rlcewill bo made low uii J9 ?J?T to ?eal In ,oaS -otf.lo.tnIS terms very cusy to a prompt buyur. rl'ots. eto. A postal directed to oI , .,,1.,,,, Ornnd nvanue will reoolve prompt attention. MER WIN'S "a'm . Ileal Et .f A 1KI!i 1 Eu ,J,1T OF THIRTY Meal tstato OIBoe. -p ENTS may bo had upon application. SW 7SQ Chapel street. --V JOHS T.SLOAN, : nao Tn Th Sa Tt m Chnpyl street. . llockaway for Sale. do yoif know where we are? Qvp u ,m., . T INSLEY, HOOT A CO., i',i Manvlllo Se Co. extension front I j "The Untown nustlnra " jtimste.. rH 4 If I PS If WPIIK "BUSINKSS" LIKE LIFE VilAltliiliS U. nhlili, TS what you moke it. Our facts and your acn AL,ni Cr A. nilth are the creators of business. Our , i . Vnapei Oireei. oiuih prices stand high in estimation because Monday and Saturday evenings. they are low. p-l Q 1 fiU "fciii LINSLEY. ROOT & CO. J Or OaiG Ulieap, EN LINKERS' GAUNTLET GLOVES, LOT between Sherman and Wlnthrop ave- TU"lp'Rirloves. assorted: our flueoe lined nues, 40x107 : price $700. All Mocha" walklnif or driving glove in Lot on Winchester avenue near the Win- handsome browns Mt 81.25 la a popular seller. Chester factory, 40x160 : price $750. m , LLN8LKy. HOOT & CO., ii ' ' n33?4 Glove Specialists. CHAS. D. NICOLL & CO., a onfidenie exists" 82 Cburoh street. (Donedlotnulldiog), room U. TJETWEEN the people and this store on nlmrsfromTtoS. pntsP'o'XrVVrnJ'.nd8? al Westville to Have Rapid Transit 'thcyteat- umkll Bu&.,,?rdMAM CLAIRVOYANT. other desirable resldenoe street In Westville. T EAD1NGS on all Private and Business for sale at prices ranging from two to ten iV Matters. MEDICAL Woman's diseases, cents per square foot. Consultation in pot-son or by letter. Now is tho time to buy. 1 MAHY J. WUIGHT, M. D., Jfor particulars call on or address ap8 ly Offloc. Tontlno Hotel. 14 Church st. pltf 128 Fountain street, Woatvllle. DEAL ESTATE. Loans on City Property. EDWARD M. CLARK, 181 CHURCH STREET, Evenings 7 to 8. RootnlS. EAST NORWALK, CONN. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE ForNewHavenPioperty Two 1-family 7-room houses and one building lot 50x150. Loans Negotiated. L. G. HOADLEY, Boom 2, Hoadley Building, 49 Church St, n21 Open Evenings. Brick louse, f W00STER STREET, $6,500. Q One Cent Word each Insertion, five cent a Word for s fuU Week, (even times. WA.1IMI, ATOtJNa man wants work at anything he eun make an hniiiwt llvlmratt thnmuiii. ly understands horses i go d rnf srniicm. Ad. 7IEMAI.E". perms mint position at 18 - . """k'ylsifuaraoioujany uulv who will Work for lid nni..il -. I........ All rrne. Iteply with atHUinnd anvnlou. Wo. men s Miitnul llnni-nt Co.. Jollnt. Ills. ng4 It5 YVANTKM A GEIJTTT.EMAN Ml years old would like a P"f '"on evoulnss, bM until and ttau lint... t I o ........ .... I... .. .. .. j Z, .. . v. . : r ",lH ii"i"itty sruiion. so drfs HTItltTLV HELI AIII.E, Y. P.. city. Jt V A V'l'1,14 SITUATION hy a lrl who speak French and Otirtnun, to do liuhi housework, -no washlnu.-ornasoi'imil ih. Aptilvt-i :l HE1IFIKU) (1TKF.ET. LADIES to wrlto at home :'t20 weekly : an. clime ataino. LoL'I.Je hmitii DENTISTRY. G. H.GIDNEY, 797 Chapel St., North side. Six doors below Orange, established 1871. Den tistry in all its brandies. Prtoes tbe lowest consistent with first -class work. 1 LOOK AT OTJR DISPLAY OP Meats, Game, Poultry Vegetables and Fruits. NATIVE TURKEYS, OHIO DUCKS CONNECTICUT GOSLINGS, GROUSE, QUAIL, SWEETBREAD CAULIFLOWERS. And All The Delicacies. 350 and 352 STATE STREET, OPERA GLASSES. Seasonable and appropriate and espe cially acceptable as presents at this time of the year. We have them in Pearl from 93. SO to 920 a pair. Blaok and fanoy cases from $1.50 td 17.00 a pair. Largest stock in the city to seleot from, Speotaoles and Eyeglasses of all kinds, Eyes teited free of charge at J. H. G. DURANT'S, OO Olxxirolx atreeti , Opposite Postoffloe. Philadelphia Dental Rooms, 781 Chapel Street, , Teeth cleaned, TSo. "" ': Teeth tilled with Amalgam, SOe, Teeth filled with Silver, TSoT 1 Teeth flUed with Gold. C $1.00 and up, :.. Teeth extraoted, 83c, i ..Vitalised Air, We. ':.4lf'J Teeth Kxtvaeted Without Pain by the nse Of our Yicaiirca Air, maae n-esa at our etnee, Offio. Open at All Hour, v: . HMO xne :xv A n, na u. society, present L. D. MONKS, D. D. S., Managor . ' .i i - r . . ' i V1 '