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NEW HAVEN MORMNG JOTJENAL AND COriHEK WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 13 1897.
n I Bed DP v 3arfe ts. Some one has figured !t .out that we average to spend one-third of our lives in. bed. If we haven't been happy, conv ( portable and restful In our past bed life, let's begin now. A good pair of warm wool Blankets should be the princi pal part of the outfit of our bed clothing for the coming winter. . We are all ready for you now with immense collections of grades made of finest Aus tralian and Californlan wools and part wool. Here's One 72 x 74 inches by your yard stick Cali fornia stock and the best value in America, $5.00 a pair. 769-764 Chapel St. E. L WASHBURN & GO. OPTICIANS, 84 Church and 61 Center streets, Microscopes, Drawing Instruments, Drawing Papers, Laboratory Outfits, Students' Supplies Generally, selected with special reference to the requirements of the university. Spectacles and Eyeglasses made to order and Repairing neatly and promptly executed. 84 Church Street, Near tbo Postoffice. HEWITT'S DRUG STORE. Open All Night. m CHAPEL STMT. SOW BEAM, The Choicest Spring Patterns of Leading Makes in lie vuvivtiJii tjy 1897 It has always been my aim to supply nothing but the best makes in Carpets ; to make and lay them in a thorough and workmanlike manner. CARPET WAREROOMS, H. B. PERKY 914 Chapel Street T5JGW A allHints We olfer for the Fall trade a selected Hue of goods, a-11 of which have just arrived. NEW COMB HONEY. In neat 1 lb. boxes; per box, 20c. STRAINED HONEY For those wbq object to the comb, per bottle, 25c. NEW JORDAN ALMONDS No finer imported; per lb. 45c. LOOSE MUSCATEL RAISINS Just arrived and extra fine, 25c NEW FRUIT JAMS, Strawberry, Raspberry, Arricot, Quince; per jar, 15c. Cleaned Currant s,New Figs.Seeded Raisins. ; JOHNSON & BRO., Telephono . 258-3. 411-313 STATE STREET- THE Brings to . mind the fact that your pantry 'will need replenishing. Don't Forget Us N. JL FULLERTOM, Propriatar. '. 926 Chapel Street, 1231 Chapel Street. NEW TONTINE HOTEL AND CAFE. FOE LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN. Under the management of George T White, formerly of the firm of Heubleln Brothers. . . Restaurant open from 8 a, m. to 12 p. m. Special attention given to Banquets and Private Parties. au30 tf Trffiger's Hotel and Restaurant, Reopened Under the management of GEO. T. SANDALLS. Formerly with Park Ave. Hotel, N. Y. Cuisine and service unexcelled. Special attention to Theater Parties and Banquets. 05 tf WeJJh7g Ipvifofioos, tzt)u Cardy, Souvenir;, Orders of Darjce, Etc., KIERNAN S. 968 GRAND AYE. Boston Groce Hill Carpets, Kugs. Mattings, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Upholstery Goods, Curtains, Draperies, Wall Papers, eta LATEST FAIR HAVEN .NEWS ITEMS Of IXTllllKSV VHQ.lt BOTU SIDES O" TUB lilVlSK, farewell Reception by the Simons to Their lielovod Chaplain Au Interentlnc '"'' Memornblo Occmlou Bt Maaonle Hall I.aSt Night Attended by Uuudrada of Friends of Itev. Mr. Jamoi. A big farewell reception vvus tendered to TJev. D. M. JameB last evening at Masonio hall, No. 103 Grand avenue, Mr. James, for nine years pastor of the Second Congregational church, will soon leave Fair Haven and the local Ma sonic bodies, of which he has been chap lain, decided to extend this recognition of their esteem. Over 400 invitations had been issued for the reception and the hall was filled to overflowing The new hall of the Fair Haven Masons was very prettily decorated for the occasion. There was an abundance of large palms and rubber plants placed here and there about the larga lodge room and the chandeliers and other furnishings were wound with smilax. Autumn flowers added effectively to the display. Re ceiving with Mr. and Mrs. James were Samuel A Tourtelotte, master of Adel phi lodge, F. & A. M Joseph H. Holya- day, M. B. H. Priest of Pulaski chapter, K. A. M., and Thomas Smith, illus trious master of Crawford council, R. & S. M., with their wives. Mr. and Mrs. James were cordially greeted and their friends expressed much regret that they were to leave Fair Haven. Light re freshments were served in the banquet room. . Among those invited were the following: Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Lang ley, Mr. and Mrs. John O. Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Crawford, Pr. S. C. M. Hall and wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Merrow, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Francis, David R. Ailing, Clark Buckingham, Roswell B. Farren, E. S. Wade, Isaac Mallory, George French, Chauncey Clark, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, Mrs. F. W. Mc Donald, Henry Lines, William Mans field, 'Mrs. Charles Rhodes, Charles Rowe, Franklin H. Page, George Bid- well, Mrs. Alinena Tuttle, Willis Hem ingway, John Hotchkiss, Mrs. James L. Baldwin, Mrs. Savllla Bradley, Augus tus P. Bates, Mrs. Harriet M. Fowler, Mrs. Hattie Frisbie, Mrs. William. A. Rowe, Mrs. Hannah Hurd, Mrs. I. M. Bradley, Miss Emma MacDonald, Mrs. James E. Woodhouse, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Bradley, Alva Granniss, Mr. Arnold, George C. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Buck, E. W. Gaster, Mr. Kane, Mrs. Washington Eddy, Mrs. Edwin Hall, Augustus, Victor and Willis Wright, Mrs. Dunham, George Allen," B. N. Rowe, James Tate, Miss Bassett, Miss Ella Potter, Charles G. Keeler, Henry Fabrique, ohn Thompson, Reuben Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Lester P. Mallory, Lewis Hathaway, Mrs. Salisbury Mrs. Henry Stone, Rev. and Mrs. Percy Barnes, Rev. and Mrs. J. Lee Mitchell, Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Sage, Rev. and Mrs. D. 3. Clark, Rev. Mr. Dent. Rev. and Mrs. N. G. Cheney, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Moyle, S. J. Bryant, C. J. Hoad ley, Rev. and Mrs. W, S. Phillips, Dwight Chipman, Willis Farren, Mrs. Nelson Linsley, Mrs. Willet Heming way, Mrs. Ada Linsley, Mrs. Henry Hulce, George C. Black, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Davis, W. A. Hemingway, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mallory, Mrs. Burwell, Mrs. B. S. Merriman, J. T. Hathaway, Mr. Adler, George C. Foote, Henry Rus sell, Mrs. Mary B. Mallory, Caleb S., Ami and Luzerne Ludington, Sherman Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foote, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Moody, Dr. Robert Moody, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. J. Sizer, Mi-, and Mrs. George M. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Clogston, Ed. Farren, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Hemingway, A. F. Heming way, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hemingway, C. B. Rowe, Ed. Rowe, James Heming way, Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Downes, Miss Addie Strong, Mrs.' Albert Rowe, Mr. and Mrs, Bevy Stone, William Cur tis, Mr. and Mrs. C. W., Kelsey, Mrs. Orrin Doolittle and Miss M. C. Liver more. AT THE NEW HAVKH HOUSE. Complete 1,1st of the GnestK, Btost o Whom Are Clergymen. Following Is the list of visitors at the New Haven house in connection with the American Board meeting: R. P. Storrs, Brooklyn, N, Y. ; D. Wil lis James, New York; C. H. Daniels, Koston; N. Boynton, Detroit; A. N. Hitchcock, Chicago; W. R. Burnham, Norwich, Conn.; John H. Washburn, New York; 13. R. Burpee, Bangor; C. P. Rossman, New York; Samuel H. Virgin, New York; John E. Carpenter, New York; C. C. Burr, Auburndale, Mass.; R. D. R. D. Mittan, New York; T. B. Mcl.eod, F. C. Standinger, New York; Eckley H. Stearns, New York; R. S. Ward, Newark, N. J.; R. W. Be mig. New York; C. C. Creegan, New York; L. Pratt, Norwich, Conn.; Elijah Horr. Boston; E. B. Webb, Boston; Judson Smith, Boston; Thomas Weston, wife and daughter, Newton, Mass.; W. P. Ellison and wife, E. H. Bennington and wife, Newton, Mass.; R, E. Hatch, St. Louis; W. W. Jordan, Clinton, Mass. ; E. E. Strong and wife, 1 James L. Barton and wife, Boston; Oliver Dean and wife, Paterson, N. J.; E. G. Porter, C. A. Hopkins and wife, Jason W. Hall, A. H. Plumb, Samuel E. Her- rlck, R. H. Stearns and wife, Boston; Joseph Byers and wife, Newton, Mass.; Samuel W. Wilcox, E. J. Wilcox, Med- ford, Mass.; F. M. Ryder and wife. Boston; R. Emerson and wife, Rock ford, 'III.; James Layton and wife. South Nor walk, Conn.; G. S. Hastings, New York; John Byers and wife, New York; T. S. Kurtz, W. G. Kurtz, New York; George W. Olmstead. Buffalo; H. H. Halladin, Charles D. Palmer, Bos. ton; William E. Bond, Joseph Pomeroy, New York; Wallace Metting, Provi dence; E. L.. Packard, Auburndale; C, S. Roberts, Cambridge ;, W. A. Duneen, Boston; Charles S. Mills, Cleveland; G H. Whitcomb, Worcester; C. D. Wood, Brooklyn; James G. Spier, Goshen, N. Y. AN EXPEDITION TO BOLIVIA. It is to Secure Data for Prospective Settlers. New York, Oct. 32. Arrangements have been Dractieally completed for a large expedition which will soon leave for Bolivia for the purpose of exploring th.it ronntrv and opening it to Amen fan settlers who are anxious to go to South America. While in the city a few days ago Senor Luis Paz, minister nf vtnlivia in Washington, held a con ference with the Bolivian consul gen rQ J Minister Paz has left for Europe, but A Short SOUP Story. We sell but one (i) kiud of Canned Soups, as a result of the careful comparison of the quali ties of different brands. All the "just-as-goods" we dropped, years ago even today we don't say that the brand we sell exclusively is best. "Best" is too big a word, so we just state that FRANCO-AMERICAN SOUPS are jthe best that, we know of. Customers agree with tj!us this pleases us, ba- c mil aumq vciy particular people to please. We have seen, and so can vou, any time, just how the Franco-Am. Soups are made and -what they're made of. Did you know this? Ask us about it. Franco-Am. Soups cost (as served from a quart can) one penny a portion more than other brands. When in the mood, get a can and set if it's worth the difference. 770 Chapel St. the commissioners whom he has ap pointed are now at work to get ready the expedition, which proposes to leave the United States some time In Decem ber. The expedition will be led by Dr. E. R. Heath, consul of Bolivia, Kansas City. - i . DOUBLE MURDER IN CAMDEN. An Aged Woman, and Her Daughter Shot Probably the Work of Burg lars. 1 Camden, N. J 6ct. 12. Mrs. Vane, sixty-five years old, widow of Captain Eli Vane, and her daughter, Mrs. Sarah M.. Shaw, aged forty years, were shot and killed early this morning, It is be. lieved, by burglars. Mrs. Vane was in stantly killed and Mrs. Shaw expired in less than half an hour without re covering consciousness. The alarm to the police was given by Mrs. Shaw's son, who was convalescing from typhoid fever. The excitement has caused a relapse and his condition is now critical. TO-DAY 'AND j.. TO-MORROW are the days to send in your loaf of bread in the Register prize bread con test. Four barrels of Flour are the prizes. Leave the bread at the Register Booth at Pure Food Exposition, Send in your Bread TO-DAY. This Farm Must Be Sold Two hundred acres, with good buildings. ALL FOR $3,000; on your own terms. R E. BALDWIN, d&W 81S CHAPEL STREET. Modern Homes. I am erecting two more of those delightful up to date residences on Center St.. West Haven. SEVEN SOLD. WILL YOU HAVE THE NEXT? Ready to occupy lu about six weeks. These are the best houses I have built In all ways attractive. Location very de sirable. Price right. Terms very easy if desired. To vonr advantage toexaminethis property rilEDBiqUE It. LEWIS Mornings at 852 Chapel street, city; after noons at 82 Center St., West Haven. THE DR. SAGE RESIDENCE, No, 42 College Street, Thirteen Rooms, PARTLY FURNISHED IF DESIRED. j IMMATURE ALMANAC. OCT. 111. Sun H is is. i I Moon Runts, Bun Hum, GiU I 6:21 18:13 MAUU1AUKS. IIAUTtTXG-BAt'Mt'EljIiEU-At Mueuch en, Germany, Dr. Hurry It. llartuug to Miss Creszeutia liauiuueller. DKAIHS. NORTON In UiIk fltj-, nt nor Into resi dence. Woodward uvumu on Ootoivr lth, Liicliula 11. Norton, daughter of Mary A. and the lute George W. Koriou, aged 17 .vears, 5 months!, i!l days. Funeral services will be held at St. An drew's M. H. Church uu Thursday after noon at half-pant two o'clock. Friends Hiv Invited to attend. REIOHEL-Iu this dty, October 12th. Carl Iteichel, aped 40 yours tind t mouths. Funeral serviced at bis lute remdeu.ee, 108 Mroll street Thursday afternoou ut 2:U0 o'clock. ltulative and friends are re spectfully Invited to attend. FORD In this city, October 12th, at her lala residence, "J7 Mausliold street, Km. inn J. Ford, daughter of Daniel and Catherine Ford. Notice of funeral hereafter. NORTON In New Canaan, October 12th, Michael Norton, used 47 yearn. Funeral from the residence of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Thomas Norton, HI Audubon street, Thursday morning at 8:30. Solemn requiem uiuas ut St. Patrick's church ut 9 o'clock. AlAUIN IU L1SX. POUT OF NEW HAVEN. ARRIVED. Son. Hattie V. Kelsey, Kulon, Norfolk. Sou Wm. E. Downs, Marshall, Newport News. Sch Wm. F. Green, Clark, Turks Island, salt to . Seh Monhegan, Murphy, Fhlla, coal. Sch N. II. Burrows, Lowery, Norfolk, lumber, CLEARED. Sch Fred Snow, Tate, N. T. FOR SALE CHEAP, A PHYSICIAN'S Operating Chair. 013 7t M4 GEORGE ST. FOUND. OFF Mllford, October 11th, Connecticut river built cutbout; painted white outside, lead color inside. Knijnlre of RUFUS OSKINS, ol3 3t 22 Rose street. Annex. Building Lots. Gold Spring Street, per foot, $30.00 Just off Whitney Avenue. State Street Lots, Suitable for Stores and Tenements, "BUY OF THE OWNER." EDWABDM. CLARK, 42 Church Street, Boom 205. o9 tf Evenings. 78. gdttcaltira. MECHANICAL DRAWING. AND MATHEMATICS. F. R. HONEY, s28 179 Church Street. THE DESSAUEtt-TROOSTWYK School of Music, 781 Chapel Street, The only complete Institution of this kind In Connecticut. Vocal and Instrumental Instruction. Pupils prepared for the Mu sical department of Yale. Office hours: 12 to 1 and 4 to S p. m. MISS WHEDON'S SCHOOL, FOR GIRLS AND BOYS. 33. WALL STREET, REOPENS SEPTEMBER 28. Primary, Junior, and Senior Departments. Special classes for advanced pnplls. 16 tm Mrs. and Miss Cady's School FOB GIRLS, 56 Hlllhouee Avenue, reopens Monday, Ootober 4th. Primary and Kindergarten Intermediate and Institute Departments. College Certificates. Choral Lessons. Drawing. German (Natural Method). ESTABLISHED 1871. . New Haven Conservatory of Music, '..', 82 CHURCH STREET. E. A. PARSONS, Director. Private Instruction In Piano, Organ, Voice and Musical Theory. o4 3m LITCHFIELD ACADEMIC AND COMMERCIAL INSTI TUTE. A Ci 1 .4. TFnvl!nr Gnhnnl T n cratle Mothort; each pupil taught separately. All lnnAli nit nMuaeit i'v 1-1 a i i modern business education thoronirhlv taught. For terms, rates, or otner information, address Vrofc J. M. LBK, Principal, Litchfield, Conn. TESTIMONIAL : "I have been acquainted with Prof. J. Al. Lee for many years. He is a very success ful instructor, and has given great satis faction to all that have put themselves iinuer ihb ,uie no ivut.uvr. i (Tommena him as a gentlemau, entitled to hlph cou- Congressman from 2d Dist. Conn." MUX, Mr. Wm. Brookes DeGarmo nf the Berkeley Lyceum. 10 and 21 w 41th street, New Yolk, respectfully announces in the rlri'.ens of New Haven and viMi.if.. the students of Yale University and other educational iusi.iiui.ous, mat nis classes in Dancing and Deportment are now open at VERU HALL, 156 and 158 ORANGE STREET, on Mondays and Saturdays. A ML At- A 1?ann ..4. mtt Alieruuvu ui 1. utcuiukb at, tya actors. For further particulars, please call during SELECT DANCISG CLASSES. Are now being formed for Beginners and Adunneed Pnuils. (Important to beehinei-u small classes, assuring to its members in dividual attention, is the principal feature at this academy. OVRNING This whole week is Md exclusively in receiving callers, and those interested in dancing whether intending to join or not are Invited to call and see the finest dancing academy in the State. Open from 12 to 5 and 7 to ft p. m. BOSTON DANCIX ACADEMY. 916 Chapel street. 6. FRANKLIN HOYT. Prln. o4 RELIABLE SCHOOL for DANCING. NOW OPEN FOR 1897-'U8. Warner Hall. Chapel Street. Instruction either Private or in Classes impurted bv C. FRANCIS MALONE. Office hours at hall from 9 a. m. to 1 p. m and 3 to 8 p. m. DAYS AND HOLKS FOR CLASSES- Friday. Oct. 8th, from 2:30 to 4, for little tots from 5 to 8 years old. 4:30 to 8, chil dren from 9 to 15. Evening, from 8 to lo for young ladies and gentlemen. Note The above classes are only open to beginners. Advanced class for young misses and mas ters will meet Mondays from 4:30 to 6-15 commencing Monday. Oct. 11th. This class will be known as the Cottlllon Class, the instruction to consist of new german figures and new parlor dunces. It is of utmost advantage to pupils to register before the first lessons s.'7 lm MsvlX Estate. TO KENT, FIVE pleasant room, luqnlre nt FOR KKNT. FRONT oQVe: good Ughti steam heat. s21 tf TtlM OEOBUK H. FORD CO. FOB KKNT. TWO rooms, furnished or unfurnished! front; aleove and bay windows: Stettin, beat. o!2 7t 58 PARK 8T. FOR 1CKNT. THE brick dwelllue housej 330 Orango St., near C.rovo. MU Mt Ott Church street. FOR KKNT. THE desirable house, No. US Grove street: thirteen rooms; modern Improvements; fine condition. Inmilre at. o7 7t 57 GROVE ST. FOR KKNT, NO. 81 Wall street; all modern improve ments, C. K. WjI'IKUS, of tf ti7 Trumbull street. FOR KKNT. MODERN flats, central, new, nearly fin ished, all Improvements, 1187 C&apel, cr Park; 2y Grove, near Orango. s24 tf . Inquire 1209 CHAPEL ST. Rents Collected L L BASSETT, 42 Church st. Room 300. FOR RENT, 14-ROOM house, 245 Orchard street; all modern Improvements; steam heat; house in perfect order; large garden, plenty of fruit trees. Apply office of 820 tf v F. M. BROWN & 00. TO RENT. PROPERTY for storage or light manufno turlng purposes, at 137 High street. Also a barn on the premises for rent. au31 tf THOS. PHILLIPS & SON. FOR SALE, THE FINEST BUILDING LOT ON WHITNEY AVENUE; price low. FOR RENT, The two-family house. No. 174 Hallock avenue, nud many others. CHAS. D. NICOLL & CO.. No.. 82 CHURCH STREET, rooms 14 and 15 Open Monday and Saturday Evenings. Jt Special, and Why?;!! This advertisement culls attention to a remarkable opportunity foe FINE HOME. One of the choicest sites in this natural resident section of our beautlfnl city. Well constructed house, 12 rooms every conven ience; steam heat, natural wood finish; 00 feet front by 100. Lawn, shrubs, etc. A complete home ready for occupancy with-, out extra expenditure. JOHN B. HEALY, jttoom w, t'on a Minuting. REAL ESTATE. Central Investment properties. lmDroved and unimproved. , , nm-eiass residences ana lota. . Desirable two-family -dwellings. . MONEY TO LOAN. . G. W. OSBORN. ROOM 20, BENEDICT BUILDING, 82 CHURCH STREET. . Furnished House, In desirable location for rent? small se lect family only. Board of owner equiva; lent for rent. Enquire of ' . ' GEORGE A. ISBELL, 708 Chapel street. 10 to 12 a. m. FOU SALE ONE-FAMILY HOUSE, EIGHT ROOM 3, ON ENGLISH STREET. $2,000. JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 116 CHURCH STREET, f TO LOAN, $100,000, in Sums to HENRY A. PALLMAN, 116 Church Street, Rooms 9 and Id. my: IT HAS COME ! GREAT boom In Westville real estate. Alauy new douses to oe erected. Beauty of location and rapid transit the cause. Competing electric lines place residents wiinm nrtcen muiures 01 city a center. jLtestrame tots ior saie. H.C.PARDEE, ja!8 tf 122 Fountain street. Westville. For Sale, SIX HOUSES ON ORANGB STRUCT. TTI1I be sold on very easy tems, Merwin's Real Estate Office, 79 CHAPEL STREET. For Sale, A NEW 1 TWO-FAMILY HOUSE ON SHEFFIELD AVENUE. ALL IMPROVE MENTS $5,000. Money to Loan at 5 per cent. GEORGE F. NEWCOMB, Room 322, Exchange Build'g, 121 Church st. For Rent, STORE on STATE STREET. FLAT on ELD STREET. 5 ROOMS on PEARL STREET. 7 ROOMS on HALLOCK AVBNU15. 6 ROOMS on GREENWICH AVENUE. W. D. JUDSON, sl5 868 Chapel street. Store For Bent. No. 79 Union street, $8.00 per month. CHAJRLESH. WEBB, 850 Chape! Street. Open Monday until 8 p. m. AUCTION SALE . OF A HIGH GRADE OF Household Furniture Thursday Morning, October 14, at 10 o'clock, In the Old Mechanics Bank Building, 204 State Street, near Crown. Consisting in part of bOOKCASES, UP HOLSTERED CHAIRS and SOFA, OAK and EBONIZED TABLES, BRASS AND IRONS and FENDERS, etc., etc. EDWARD C.BEECHER. o12 3t Licensed Auctioneer. FOR EXCHANGE, FOB CITY PROPERTY, A two- family house, near steam and trol ley roads, iu West Haven. For Sale, On Farren avenue, a new onc-fnmilv house, with modern improvements. Term's easy nd Prlce low- Money to Loan In sums to suit L G. HO AD LEY, ROOM 2. HOADLEY BUILDING. 9 CHURCH STREET. t'ttic Opei) Kveninga, Seiauts. One Cent ft -Word eacbinierttoq.Av cents a Word for a 1'uU Week, oTm times. WANTED, A KITDATJON by a capable girl to da housework, or would do cooking: good eltv reterouee. Inquire at " -1J u BO PRINOB ST. WANTED. IMMEDIATELY, competent honsework girls and uurscs. MHH. BABB. M 7t ma Court Htree-t. , WANTED, A0,SI:TOATiqN by a German girl in a smull Auieriean family to t)o xvnfral w VT 1 ,u,l'ro at Mrs. AUNOuU S, 17 Wiiiu street, Cedar Hill, between 2 nud P' 13 lt WANTEIi" AN exporlencea girl for general homwworK- 'f vviuiu(p venuo, up (U4rs. WAfiTKIl A SITUATION by a thoroughly crreipetent girl a chuinbermaid and waitress or ns t.wuueiuiiuu seamstress lu a private 0I8 lt WANTKil A SITUATION by a respectable Swedish em, juol muueu, 10 00 general nousewurtt ' in a private family. Inquire at "13 2t 480 STATU BT. u WANTED. A SITUATION by a competent girl to do general housework or cooking. Inquire at WANTED. A YOUNG man to learn the photograph Ql3 It 775 CHAPEL ST, WANTED. SITUATION by first-class laundress, with' -ol3At!LAUNP8ESS,JCWsJ)fflcai WANTED. J" , A SITUATION to do general housework! rnferencA. rN,ll of . . 012 2t -171 FRANKLIN BT. WANTED, , l.GI?Ti yn( understands German cooklnjr, for kitchen work, Ql2 2t - 95 GREENE BT. ' SITUATION by a girl as second girl and! waureiw. ox at Ztj8. WAIjIjAUK) T. WANTED. SITUATION by a competent cook, er een 012 9t 15T PUTNAM ST, WANTEII. SITUATION by young man to drive foij giui:Ki.v, ul- Uliy Jiiua OI worK. o .. . oil 8t A.. This Offlce. : ' WANTED. BY a young lady experienced as cashier. . imi;o iu unsmers aesK, or ligqc DOOK keeplng; satisfactory reference given. Address for three days, CASHIER,,. oil 3t p. O. Box 383, City, WANTED. BEST Swedish and German servants arc all cevurea uore. employment Aganey. , Js9tf . 775 CHAPEL BT. , FOB SALE. FRESH and Salt Hay, by the ton; Mt' TOWNSEND BROS.; s29 14t No. 300 Townsend Ave. - HOUSE NUMBERS. NEW atti-active patterns made in eluml- uuui; in way a stay ongut. price V) oenta a flgiite.- 09 11 13 LINSLEY & LIGHTBOURN. ' ADJUSTABLE Wire Tree , Guards' aparo tuut iree. xuey re rougu guarus anu, pretty withal; $1.25 and $150 each. i LINSLEY & LIGHTBOURN, o9 1148 83 and 39 Broadway. WINE MAKERS. , OUR good Wine Presses, with and without grinaera. mve-ganon Jiegs, ea cents. Ten-gallon Kegs, $1.00. LINSLEY & LIGHTBOURN, Q91113 . . Open Eveulngs. BIKE GliOVES. ' FROST and fashion unite in friendly proi ugainsi Dare nanus ior oiKing.. uuz Bike Gloves come to the rescue. , LINSLEY & LIGHTBOURN, o9 11 13 Leaders in Gloves. NEW IDEA. , SLOW fertilising Ground Bone. Dregs me lawn now; youii nave ciuii-k- green grass next spring. Splendid for roso nshes. 3 cents a pound, $2.00 a hundred weight. 'Telephone 705-5. 091118 LINSLEY & LIGHTBOURN.. Bartholomew's New Office. I am now ready to receive your orders for servants, for all household purposes. ' The greatest core will, be taken to give satisfaction. ' Out of town orders a specialty. ( NO. 102 ORANGE STREET, BOWDITCU JUILiUUNU, WOOm JNO. 11. :. . 013 L. B. BARTHOLOMEW. " NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.-' ' The Board of Assessors of the Town of New Haven will be in session at their room, No. 8, City Hall, daily from October 1st to November 1st, Inclusive, excepting on Saturdays, when said Board will 60 lu session from 0 a. m. to 1 p. m., for" tha nrpose or receiving tax lists, as rooutrea y law. Office hours 9 to 12 a. m., and St to 0 p. m. CHARLES A. BALDWIN, GEORGE W. NEAL, WILLIAM F. SHANNON, -EDWARD F. MERRILL, OSCAR P. IVES, Assessors. s30 12t FOR' A COLD buv a good stove, a few hoas of coal, shake well, and turn on the draft as often as needed. , ' - Our parlor stoves as well as our ranges are splen did heaters and great xoal savers and wa can suit any pocketbook with our prices. CASH OR CREPIT. ' 53 BROWN & DURHAM. Complete HousefurnisUeri, Orange and Center streets