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NEWHAVENMORNING JOURNAL XNDCdCKIEB, SATURDAY, DECEMBER J2 1894.
THE flreat Rmish i IS ON. TRADE IN THE MORNINO HOURS IF VOU CAN. Entire line of manufacturers' sam ples of Aluminum-Back Hair Brushes at half price just put on sale at $1.38 to $2.50 each. Consignment of Indies' China Silk and Crepe Evening Shawls, costing $7.00 to $15.00. What more acceptable gift? none. Enormous Reduction in ( ?rices To-day. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. Cloak LAST DAYS! IG-DAT AND MONDAY, TO ORIENTAL BUGS AT Altl ! OE, IN OTHER WORDS, AT YOUR OWN PRICE. H. B. PERRY, 914 Chapel Street TO ARRIVE BETWEEN NOW AND CHRISTMAS. One car ELM CITY GROVE ORANGES, about 400 boxes.' ' 'These are the sweetest and best fruit that oomes to this market. ' 8,000 lbs Malaga Grapes, fine large pink fruit. ; 6,000 lb New Nuts, all kinds and best quality. . ' . New Raisin, Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel, eto.' . 80,000 lbs Pare Candle, over 90 different varieties, fresh everyday. Look out for prices. We shall receive about 400 Turkeys and Ohiokens, the same qual ity that we had at Thanksgiving and everybody said " , 1 they were the best they ever ate. -;' ' ' ' AT THE BOSTON GROCERY, N. A- FOLLERTON, Prop, 926 Chapel Street, corner of Temple, : Branch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street.' '" THIS WEEK,-. SPEOIil PRICES Off WISDOW SHADES. LARGE VARIETY OF COLORS AND ' STYLES. : TIE HOltE DBAPERtiOQ, ,; , , - 694 Chapel Street. ' DENTISTRY. I G. H. GIDNEY, TSttCkapeUt . ' North sldn. : . BLr doors bslawn(BiMi.Mmhnahd W71. Dan. ttstry in all It tnasuaom, Frloea the low! fWitwit wit aniiotsjs wot. .. j A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL OUR PATROHS IN PARTICULAR. And Wfl Offer to Help i Little. An exceptionally fine lot of Florida Oraujre. . P.nk Malaga Grapes, Grape Fruit. Banana. Fancy Table Apple. Deep color Tangerine. Stuffed Prune. 11, 1 and k l boxe. Cholue bunch KuUiu for table. Loose Muriate: (or cooking. Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel. Washed Currant, Seedles Ralln. Mm. Taylor' noted Plum Pudding In bowl. ' ' Mr. Tavlor' Jar of Mince for Pie, made from chopped tongue and the cboloet fruit, all prepared by her. Frnuoo-Amerlcau and R. b E. Plum Pudding. Keuuedy' Fruit Cake in I lb can. Bell' Poultry Dressing. Fine Olive, Olive Oil, Mustards, Ploklei, Canned Pea, Corn, Tomatoes, Stringiest Beau, finest quality. FINE SHERRIES, FINE 8 A UT ERNES, - FINK CLARKT9, FINE BURGUNDIE8, CHAMPAGNES for table. Sherries and Brandies for cooking use. 25 case Heublein prepared Cock tolls. Hub Punob. A GOOD STOCK OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS. The "Prince de Gale" of nearly ev ery lze. "Gallagher's Perfectos," one dozen in box for 1.00, a neat little present. "Hoffman Houe"Cigar, fancy boxes. A BIG STOCK OF FLOUR, And a choice one for N.OO per barrel a good present to make, if not so costly. Open evening until after the holiday. Fall ai filler Millinery. 1132 Chapel Street, Second door above York street. A large, handsome and varied assort ment of Millinery Trimmings. Special styles in Felt Hats. Artistically Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. Mourning Bonnets and Hat a specialty. Miss A. V. Byrnes, 1182 CHAPEL STREET, ' Second door above York street. SEVEN BARRELS CHESTNUT WOODS 1.00: 6 barrels hard wood (1.00. ELM CITY WOOD CO. Order trom nZt at Stephen Brent. 502 Chapel FOR SALE, REGISTERED and high grade Chester white swine, Plymouth Rock pullet and cockerels ; 60 tons first quality hajr. CULLEN B. FOOTS. State St.. Hamden, d203tt Box 888, City. CHAS. H. BROMLEY, MAKER of Violins, Double Bases, eto. New and Old Violins for sale. Kepalr .. -i specialty. Bows rehalred. Instruction given on the violin. Terms moderate, st tf 858 ORCHARD ST New HavenCt BUT - "Mils'. B. COHN " rnow ready to deal In east-os? clothing, carpets, eto. A postal directed to 3f Grand avenue wIl receive prompt attention. - 02& 96t .18 BABY WORTH $1,007 QTJTB8CK13B tat "The Mother's Journal.- Sample copies 19 cent. dUIm iox ITU. city. MINIATURE ALMANAC. DECEMBER B. KnaRiai. 111 ILunHim IIimWuu mi. owr, ft, .JO i m. DKA'l'tJS. . TW A WT , ..... -I... Tl U IMmmtltm t'arnuaiu, widow of the tale Captain Jotlo ulali Cuapinan, aged (7 year, mouth, Funeral at hi-r latereaMrinoe, (ieorgel, nonday ariernoou at jjq on i. n KkLLtMJU-ln this olty, suddenly, Deo. M, ileiiry aoiiogg, asr Q 70 years, monuta. 8rvlura at nl rxliTnuoa. U Lake rlaoe Mtuiw day morning at II). Interment at Halt- loni. tuniorupsiwi p.MJ wpt. LaNURU In this olty, Deo. tUst, Johanna C. wlteof August iauifer, acd 5 year and II month. Funeral sendees at her late home, Mt4 Howe street, Monday, Deo. SUB, at :tt p. m. Kelailva and friends respectfully Invited MAUUiULlai. PORT Of mtw UArBM.J3 aSJUVID. Boh Phoenix, Carlton, N. Y Iron. Bcli Mautllua, Cooper, do. . nuuti. Sob Jsmea Davidson, Kankln, Norfolk. H.'b Mary A. Iiruckway, Miller, do. Sob tuterprlse, Martin, do HAVE YOU BEEN WHAT 25o TO $1.00 will buy at the Old Curiosity Hhop? dZ22tl 141 QKAN'OK. FOIt RKNT. TJEWLr remodeled house, line store and XI room. ass ijr in piaip. For Sale : The Fine Property NO. 185 CHURCH STREET. OPP08ITK the Green, the reildonne of the late William Fltoh ; brown tne front dwelling house: brick stable. Lot 60 feet front by 217 feet deep. Apply to JOHN B. PITCH, Bxeeutor, OIBce Tuo W. B. T. Fitch Co., did tf No. 151 East street. 100 shares Peok, Stow fc Wllooz Co. stock, 8 sb Naugatuok BH. Co. stock. IS sh N. Y., N. H. A Hartford KB. stock. 50 shs U. 8. Rubber Co. preferred stock. a shs Boston Eleotrlo Light Co. stock. 25 shs Swift ft Co. stock. 8 shs Morris ft Eex KB. (took. (1 nm Nnrwalk Tramwav Co. 5 D. O. bonds. (5,000 Lynn ft Boston BR. 5 per cent, bonds For ale by The Chas. W. Scranton Co., 34 CENTER STREET. STOCKS AISTD BOITDS. 100 shs New Haven Water Co. stock. 83 shs Stookbrldge ft PlttsDeld BR. Co. leased to N. Y N. H. ft H. BB. Co. 20 shs N. Y., M. H. ft H. BR. Co. 45 shs-Fair Haven ft Westvllle BB. Co. 25 shs Merchant National Bank. 50 shs N. Y, ft New Jersey Telephone Co. 8,000 Housatonlo BR. Co. 5 per cent, bonds. 5.C00 N. Y N. H. ft H. BR. Co. Deb. 4s. ". I'orsaleliy',,'. H. C. WARREN & CO., Banker,' 108 Orange street. FROM People fare coming to take advantage of our 20 per cent cash discount' r Those polished oak Ladies' Desks, which were $5.00, the discount reduces to $4.00. Those Onyx Banquet Lamps with silk shades at $4. 50 are re duced by the discount to $3.60, Our Entire Stock is Included, Staple articles as well as Holi day goods. This makes those handsome Antique Chamber Suites, that have sold so rap idly at $20, now $16 and so on through the entire Furni ture and Carpet departments. No such sweeping red action has ever been made in New Haven for fire sales, bankrupt sales, or dissolution sales. . This week offers the oppor tunity of the year ; improve it BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnishers, ORANGE AND CENTER STREETS. Open Evening). i S Holiday Gifts. . What if home without a pair of. easy , Slippers I - . W bate all Btylei and prices front 49c to $3.00. Can you think of arrjrthing: that will please the children more than a pair of Rubber Boots ! 4 E GEEEBTOOD, i 1 '773 CHAPEL STREET Store open evening! vattl Chrictmas. MXTBttTAIVHHHlt, IljrprMa. Hoyfe "A Tae Bteer" wtH be pre sented this evening. An exchange says: Tim Murphy was missed from the east a "Maverick Bran6er,"" but aore Woodward, who now plays the part, proved to be a satisfactory substitute. Miss Alice Evana make a pretty "Bos sy," and she makes the part attractive In eplte of the roughness aad unpolish ed ways of the heroine of the play. A good quartet In black fuce received sev eral encores for their negro song, and the company waa carefully made up throughout The performance was much enjoyed. Bale of seats now open. There la a big sale of seat for the performance of Augustln Daly's cele brated company In "7-20-8," the Christ mas attraction, afternoon and evening. Some of the prominent people of Mr. Daly's company are Gerald Maxwell, Mr. Henry Dlxey, Mr. Francis Carlyle, Mr. William Owen, Miss Percy Hie well, Mrs. Thomas Barry, Mine Martha Ford. Bale of seats now open. Grand Opera Hons. "Coon Hollow" drew a large audience to the Grand opera house last night The play portrays southern life In a most interesting and entertaining man ner, the scenes being laid In the moun tain region of Tennessee and Kentucky and along the banks of the Mississippi. The play will be given at the matinee to-day and again In the evening. The Christmas attraction Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next will be the sterling Irish actor, Dan McCarthy. Monday evenlng.and at the special hol iday matlneee and evening Christmas day "The Pride of Mayo" will be given; Wednesday matinee and evening, "The Rambler from Clare." Miss Jennie Morello and her educated cocker spaniels draw large audiences In the lecture hall annex this week. The hall Is open free to the patrons of the theater. Poll's Wonderland Theater. So great is the desire to hear Mr. De laur and Miss Debrlmont sing that it would seem as If about everybody bad been to Wonderland at least once this week. Last chance to hear them to day. Healy and Teed, the New Haven boys, make plenty of fun with their dancing, funny wrestling and burlesque boxing, and Harris and Walters would tickle the most sedate with their com edy flashes. Billy and Dalsle Golden, the Reed family, the Ryders and Ro betta and Doreto are all highly amus ing. Next week the world famous dan cers Lizzie and Vlnte Daly will appear, supported by cmch artists as the Clip per quartet, the gret Ashley team, the European artists the Sexton brothers, the Rice brothers and many others. The Wonderland will afford lots of fun for the Christmas holidays. Gifts That Are Not Perishable. A watch, or a precious stone, an arti cle of sterling silver,, and purchased of a reliable house like the George H. Ford company's, makes a most accept able Christmas gift, and one giving lasting satisfaction and pleasure. Genuine Articles. Small articles In sterling silver cost no more than Christmas cards. An article stamped sterling purchased of the George H. Ford' company is ster ling. A Child Killed. In Southport. yesterday the three-year-old son of F. M. Roscoe waa run over and killed by an electric car. An eye witness of the terrible accident, but powerless to prevent it, was the father of the boy. Gonnod Society's Expenses. The Gounod society's expenses for their recent concert amounted to $2,700. Nordica secured 8650, Helnrlch received 8200, Desvlgnes $150, Rieger $150 and Montleth $100, making a total of $1,260, of wlvlch Nordica received over half. , ' The other expenses, Including the salary paid Agramonte, the musical director, brought the total expense of the performance up to $2,700. Another Improvement. Hon. J. M. Townsend has just com pleted contracts for the remodeling of the brick building now occupied by B. A.' Marsh, the upholsterer, and which is located on ,Orange street, a little below the New Haven Window Shade company's store. The entire front of the brick structure will be changed, transforming it into one of the most attractive in the city. . On the Hublnger Bnlidlnsr. To the Editor of the Journal and Courier: Why not put a clock In the extreme upper part of the Hublnger building, where that little circular window is? What an improvement it would be and how everybody would appreciate It Tens of thousands of pairs of eyes would glance at one there dally. W. Oak Hall's mark down sale offers an opportunity for everybody to clothe themselves at little cosf SO tier cent cash discount on our en tire stock of house furnishings and holiday goods. , dl2 tf Brown tk Durham. All the $5.00 to $10.00 house coats closing out at $3.98, $5.00 and $6.00. 422 2t MALLEY,, NICELY & CO. .A genuine cash discount sale of 20 per cent, is the best Christmas present ever offered New Haven buyers. We are making it " , ' . dl2 tf Brown A Durham. Men's melton overcoats $6.50 at Oak Hall. - t Men'e beaver overcoat $6.50 at Oak HaiL Passed Away. Mrs. Langer, wife of Ailgust Lanarer, died at her home. SSHowe street, yes terday of a 'cancerous difficulty, aged about sixty-six years. She wis much esteemed and bad been av' resident of New Haven, foe the laat UUrtv y $6,50 for $10 overcoats at Oak HalL Goodwin' Fruit aad V table Market SHS Chapel llnwi. For Saturday' and Monday' trado we have a fine assortment of fancy veg etable, genuine white Boston bead let tuce and celery, cauliflower, string bean, radishes, cucumber, splnlcn. klln-drled sweet notaoes, stlver-skln on tone, Boston marrow and Hubbard squashes, old-fashioned yellow pump kins, etc etc. FRUITS! . FRUITS! Bweet Indian River oranges 20, $5 and SOo dozen. New fancy figs, dates, Mal aga grape, tanjfiines, grape fruit etc. Mixed nuts of all kind Gllllflower, None Such, Greening and Baldwin ap ple. Goods delivered. Telephone 232-2. GOODWIN 8. d22 2t . 686 Chapel street Great mark down sale at Oak Hall. No Boat on Holidays, The 10:20 a. m. boat from New Ha ven and the 11:30 p. m. boat from New York on the old line will not run on Christmas and New Year's day. Did you see our grandma on Chapel street yesterday afternoon? Oh, yes, of course she Is very old fashioned, but she Is very good, and she thought she would like to do her share In making people happy these bright days, so she put on her best "bib and tucker" and started out to give to all the nice lit tle boys and girls, and their mamma's, too, a lovely Uttle calendar for the New Year. Yes, she will be out again thla afternoon, If pleasant and perhaps Monday, too. d22 It Men' kersey overcoats $6.50 at Oak HalL Holiday Offering. A handsome banquet lamp and silk shade with every $15 purchase at Oak Hall. Children's reefers at $1.75 at Oak Hall. Snow's Pare Candy sale. We offer the public to-day tons of pure candy at hard-time prices. Look at our pound boxes. d22 It Men's all wool suits $7.60 at Oak Hall. Fine cut glass selling for not much more than some dealers ask for com mon glass. d22 2t MALIBY, NEELY ft CO. Children's overcoats at $1.75 at Oak Hall Selling the last of our watches at a mere song. Won't keep watches after this. m 2t MALLEY, NEELY & CO. Knee pants 10, 15, 25, 39 and SOo at Oak Hall, 51 Church street. Children's suits $1 at Oak Hal. POWDER Absolutely Pure a mum rx9 tavtnti Ha1r4tit nnwrlai TTIitoiaa ftf all In lMVAnintr Htrenarth. Latest United States Government Food Report. MoyaiJ3aKingrowaertvoMiw w autre., n. x. SpeienMatfliewsilCQ OILS, CHEMICALS. 241 State Street 243 $30,000 Worth OF FURNITURE AND House Furnishing Goods V, Must be turned into Cash, t Early buyers "will get the best . bargains. Crockery, eto., M must go regardless of profits. Stock is replete with a large variety of Useful Christmas Gifts. Ladies' Writing Desks in Oak., Curly Blroh and Mahogany. ' r BhavWsruaDlnets ana Chiffoniers, t .Children's Rookers, Doll Carriages "and Express Wagons. i I Look at the Patent Hooker for! r2.07.."-::y '.yvy;--.-,.;,- 9 Banquet Lamp and Bilk 8hade .make a beautiful Christmas preA ent. My itook of these is the best lever shown m tne ouy. FreW 1 Ami, Complete Housefurnlaher, 755 to 763 Chapel 8tret. -' . umn BTunmirH. "v Street's Perfection Buckwheat. The honey of the blos som ground in the grain. DELICIOUS CAKES. iCPj ileal gstatc. For Sale at a Bargain, A NEW Mahogany Cabinet Case Remlng- un lypewruor, gooi as new; nover used over a dozen times. Would make nn el egant practical Christmas or New Year's present, ror sale at BEECHER'S EXCHANGE, Room No, 1 bvon Building, d81tf 760 Chapel street. FOIt BALK, A UGHT Portland cutter, in flnt-olass .4... ViuVTIUUUeHDIUBr. CHARLES II. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street Monday and Saturday evenings. FOR SALE, A GOOD PAYING HOUSE. Would take a building lot or tarn la ex change. R. Ei BALDWIN, d&w 818 Chapel street FARM FOR SALE, TTERY fine location, on main road In Wood V brldire. large, roomy buildings, One shade, abundanee of fruit, pure spring water; excellent summer home. Call or address GEORGE A. ISBELL, 787 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. FOR SALE. Two Family House on Whalle Avenns. Good barn. Lot 60XJ85 feet JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 116 Church street Open evenings. FOR SALE, L HOUSE on Olive street, near Chapel st.t lot 50x3)0. Price will be made low nri terms very easy to a prompt buyer. MERWIN'S Heal Estate Offloe, 830 759 Chapel street. A Fine Residence ON Howard avenue for sale has 10 rooms, m dern imDrovemnnbi. and 1ft In riAn- feot order. Lot 60 feet front. Easy terms. CHAS. D.NICOLL&CO., 82 Church street, (Benedict Building), room 13. Evenings from 7 to 8. Westville to Have Rapid Transit. BUILDING lots on Main, Fountain, West ProsneeL Willarrt Aldan llimall other' desirable resldenoe streets in Westville, for sale at prloes ranging from two to tea cents per square foot. now is tne time to Duy. For particulars call on or address H. C. PARDEE, nlli tf 188 Fountal n street, Westville. REAL ESTATE. Loans on City Property, EDWARD M. CLARK, 121 CHURCH STREET, Evenings 7 to 8. Room 18. FOR SALE. A BARGAIN. A Two-Family 13-Room House, ail improvements, on Sher man avenue, Lot 1x130, Prioe 5,000. Money to Loan fn Sums , to Suit. . v Offloe Open Evenings, , L. G. HOADLEY, Room S, Hoadley Building, 9 Church St d8 yffiiyvS loan 1 "Wf'tJfMi 1 ' ITewTwo-l Sheffield Avenue; All Improvements. On Cent a Word each laaertloa, Ave cents a Word for a full Week, evj time. WAVIKI), ATOrif'l nun, trustworthy and wellae. Ouaintad In ihlaotiy, want work would drive itwin, work In faotory or do anythtn wtili'h w.mld prove a steady Job: good reran enu.ii. Aildrwm. XV. W Tun Odioe. WANTED, APOSITIOM sit bookkeeper or offleea. alaiant by a eouipt4i)t man : bN ra en new. Apply to '. it. MitnalMd, at thla oiDoh; or jdreM, glv1n partieu are IM salary paid, B. (J, X P. O. Drawer F, m Utrhtteld. Oooa. WANTKI. VOUNG man aa Mine-keener In a Diaa. Innily 1 laeuiry; luanautlve own an oppor U) advauee with a irrowinir oonaera i offiTMl. Addrus d:0:li VF.TAL. this offloe. WANTKU. Y Norwegian position as lady's maid Of srainatrnMi; apmkii good Pniion. Apply to Mr. AICNKJ I i, -joi uiupi eireat. (Il(x1:ttt WASIKD, "pvRlTOOIOT wishes pcisltlon. has bad taor. 1J ough cxpcrli-mtt In preoirlullon work. At.lr PHARMACIST, Thl Ufloa. dlifeod3tt WANTED, T)Van exofllent girl situation to do ho J work, or wdl do laundry work or kiioae work. (lie has city refveui'iia and will be handy girl In a houaohold. All kinds of help furnished for city or country. UAKTHOLOMEW'S, SI Orange street. Oaiide troy's Old Stand. WAXTKD. I EVERYBODY needlngservanUtocaU bar, U We supply ail the beat. We have sorted out and discarded most of the useless elaaa. These seek new offices (where they are not known), which are springing up constantly. We have been hero years and use Judgment, electing only thosit that will do the work re quired. Wo have the nnest facilities and aa servo you better limn Hnvonn else. EMPLU YXKNT AO ENCT, au TI5 Chapel street. fpUscellatueous. DROP IX AT SIALLORY'S, 141 uiia.uk. upon evenings until CliriHtmiis. d!7 7tt WHITE ENAMEL AXI GILT FANl Y French lairrors are a very dainty gilt for a IhiIv. BOW1J1TCH ft PHtTDDEN CO, dglUt Orange street. 91.98 AND $3.19 PER SET fur ourvers, (knife, fork and steelj Genuine eta handles, quality of steel guaranteed. Various other patterns at high er and lower prices. d2l 7t LLNSLEY. ROOT ft CO. FURNISHED ROOM WITH BOARD, lOR two. $11.00; also two rooms with use of r hath, Si. 00 and J1.50 per wrak, board If desired. Address K. B This Offloe. dirtf A PKIN I EI) LIST OK THIRTY EXTS may be had upon applloatlon. niOTuThSaTM 8ai Chapel street. FLEXIBLE FLYER AND Flyer coaster sleds, sleds of steel, sleds of wood, steel shod ; beat assort! ment hero by all odds : prices are right. d317t LINSLBY, ROOT ft CO. OPEN EVERY EVENtNQ UNTIL Cnristmiis. 110 rt DITCH ft PRtTDDEN CO., d312t Orange street. ROGERS 1847 KOUERS PLATED steel knives, swaged blades, forks, spoons, fruit knives, at hardware store prices; a few odd sets plated forks at cost hefore inventory, dil 7t LINSLBY. ROOT ft CO. FOX SAFETY RAZORS, RAZOR strops, shaving cups, brushes and soup, scissors In tlexiblo morocco o .sv. aenslhle gifts, all thmw. d21 7t LINSLEY, ROOT ft CO. LOOK AT OU it ANTIQUE oak and mahogany finish an tique brass clawfoot table. 1.68. dUlSt HOWDITCH&PHUDDENCO. AIR RiFLES, T E VOL VERS, Jack and pookot knives All prioes never so ow. LINSLEY, ROOT ft CO.. dai7t ; 0,1 Broadway. CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on all Private and Business Matters. MEDICAL Woman' disease, Consultation in person or by letter. MARY J. WRIGHT, M. D., ap28 ly Office. Tontine Hotel, lit Church st, SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS WILL receive 15 per cent, dtsoount on pocket knives, skates, nlovss. eto bought for classes. cia7t 38 Broadway. OUR $1.58 ANTIQUE oak iind mahogany finish tablet are oertalnlv the finest In the city. d31 2t BOWDITCH ft PRUDDBS CO. EXTRAORDINARY OFFER. IjlVER pair ol skates sold before Christmas h at 11.00 or over we agree to sharpen free of oharge during the season. am n jjijNHLisY.nuuTa! w. 2 DESIRABLE ROOMS FOR RENT, SINGLY or together; one minute walk from green, Address BOX 1085, City. 017 7tT THESE ARE DAYS TO COMPARE our offerings with other. If there's a down-tilt to the market any where, you can o mnton seeing it here first. d317t "iHii HUSTJuanx," iwrj-oaoway. A BRASS CLAW FOOT ANTIQUE oak or mahogany finish table for $1.58 is a verv acceptable Christmas gift. d21 2t BOWDITCH ft PRUDDEN CO, $1.50, $2.18 AND $2.89 FOR oarpet sweepers; every sweeper guar, anteed : your wife would like one, per haps. d2l 7t LINSLEY. ROOT ft CO. TTOUSE on Omnite street, the old reliable XX house, jiuiYiiiiua s rnuuuAa w, are open every evening until Christum. H 8t QQ CENTS per sot and up. In handsome OO Bilk lined cases. dS17t LINSLEY. ROOT ft CO. FOR SALE. A RARE and valuable collection of old violins, Italian, German, French, Eng lish and others. , dal 1W h ivauLpijiiiiir. "GLUVS" FOR "f TTALKING or driving, in oastor, fur top W doirskln. Astrakan. Scotch wool, eto.i over 100 styles. . CHINA CABINE.S. MODERN dining room Is not complete J. without a china cabinet. Wo have 4 designs to makey ur selection from, f uuniuii.ai.rpuiu.ii tu ' d!!18t Orange street. 1 HORSE BLANKETS, PLUSH ' ND fur robes, whios. rubber coat. I d217t LINSLEY, ROOi' ft CO. AT DIE POULTRY. CHOICE . Beef, Lamb and Veal; ALL KINDS OF GAME IN , THEIR SEASONS. BEST VEGETABLES. ' Boston Head Lettucev.ry flnt Telephone oaU, 674-8, JACOB J. SCHEFFlf W STATU STBKST, . - t .4. !Sh tv,: ' ; i : 5: ; ; ;' rs. ; v ,! x v. u it