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NEW HAVEN MORMNG JOONAL AND CClTlFfl IEIDAY . OC1 OEEK 15 1897.
A 8 : a mm "hi J 1 n . ? 1 J J) i i. Ml I'M H .li 1H I. 53I&- Foa'tf Notice Ever so many new faces among our sales force in CLOAK ROOM. Reason: A Greatly in creased business making a necessity. . i Personality: They are thoroughly experienced, '.. bright and well known people. What We are Busy With. The correct styles in Winter Jackets Hundreds of model garments to choose from. j There are $io. oo Jack ets we would like you to see. Furs : Capes and Collarettes, and every purchase means a guarantee from us, that , the quality, style and price is unequalled. 0 Money refunded if not -: 0 exactly as we represent ; 762-768 Chapel St. E. L WASHBURN k GO. OPTICIANS, U 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, Ner.r the PoatofBce. i ; , . Restaurant open from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m. Special attention given to Banquets and Private Parties. au80 tt U T? W T T T J 0 Tra2ers Hot8' RBStaurant 1 V V I I I l 1 Reopened under the management of LlXJ II HI U GEO. T. SANDALLS. formerly with Park Ave. Hotel, N. Y. nRTTfi- STORF Cuisine and service unexcelled. 111UU kj A. J Ilia Special attention to Theater Parties and Banquets. 1 o5 tf Open All N'qht e4iqg Invitations, feou r a Card?, Souvenir?, 744 CHAPEL STREET. 'P-- K1ERNAN S. 968 GRAND AVE. NOW READY, The Choicest Spring Patterns of Leading Jttakes in 1897 It has always been my aim to supply nothing but the best makes m Carpets ; to make and lay them in a thorough and workmanlike manner. CARPET WAREROOMS, H. B. PEBBY 914 Chapel Street ew allHints We offer for the Fall trade iv Belecled lino of goodu, a-11 of which have just arrived. - ; NEW COMB HONEY. Iu neat I lb. boxes; per box, 20c. STRAINED HONEY For those who object to the comb, per bottle, 25c. NEW JORDAN ALMONDS No finer imported; per lb. 45o. LOOSE MUSCATEL RAISINS Just arrived and extra flue, 25c NEW FRUIT JAMS, Strawberry, Raspberry, Apricot, Quince; per jar, 15c. Cleaned Currants.New Figs,Seeded Eaisins. JOHNSON & BR0 Telephone 26U-3. 411-313 STATE STREET- THE IDE Brings to mind the fact that your pantry will need replenishing. Don't Forget TJs N. L FOUUEITII Propristir. 926 Chapel Street, 1231 Chapel Street. NEW TONTINE HOTEL AND CAFE. FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Under the management of George T. White, formerly of the firm of Heubleln urotners. Boston Grocen.: Jarpets, Kugs. Mailings, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Upholstery Goods, Curtains, Draperies, Wall Papers, etc. . BY HIS DEEDS SHALL HE LIVE (Continued from First Page. ) and avowed work. There was no al- ! teratlon of spasmodic effort and of rest, Dut a satisfactory accomplishment In all directions of what was undertak en." . The ease with which ho passed from one field of service to another, which we seldom find among eminent men of other countries, and which, indeed, the structure of their society renders im possible, was characteristic of him, even as compared with his own coun trymen. , His intellect never ' seomecl ,1aded or strained. He worked rapidly, but he rarely gave the impression of being hurried in his Intellectual work, and never of being tired. He had light without heat, althoucht quite capable of lofty enthusiasm and deep affection, as witness his eulogies on Hancock and Devens. Ho did his work with a quietness which concealed its power. He was not a little, rattling steam engine that goes purring and smoking and spitting along with the clang of machinery and the smell of oil. His was an electric cur rent. It was conveyed by a slender and almost invisible wire, exerting Its force without heat, or noise, or odor; but it never failed to do its work and to carry its load. , Every one of these offices he adminis tered with signal 'success. You cannot And an instance of any duty undertak en by him which was not faithfully and thoroughly discharged. You cannot find an instance of bad or superficial intel lectual work. Ha received more honor ary degrees, .. in this country and abroad, than any American left alive when he died. His work was done in Massachusetts, and in Boston, and that means that he had behind him as generous and liberal a community as ever existed on the face of the eartha community, espe cially alive to the value of institutions like this. General Walker's title to gratitude is that in his time this insti tution grew toward the zenith as well as toward the horizon. It is that while the number of the students grew, the efficiency and fitness for the life's work to which their diplomas certified grew in like proportion. It is that the per sonal character of the president ex erted an ennobling and enlarging in fluence on the character and intellect of the pupil. Never, if we may trust the testimony of those who know best, was it surpassed in this country, unless possibly in the single instance of Mark Hopkins. He understood every need of the institution. The school felt his touch in every nerve. He brought his great administrative abilities to bear in every department, and upon the smallest detail, as will be seen if you, read his reports. He was a lover of young men. He sympathized with them in their studies, in their athletic sports; ne had a kindly tolerance for their foibles and faults. The pupils and the younger teachers of the Institute of' Technology loved the . president, and the president loved them. President Walker demanded for the School of Technology a place as an equal by the side of the great universi ties of the world. He felt the denial of that as a personal affront to himself. This is no small vanity nor, petty am bition nor vulgar self-assertion. It was claiming for his associates their right ful place and rank among the nobility of learning. It was claiming for the school the right to summon the best intellect of the time to its service. It was setting the mark of personal ac complishment for his pupils high up in the sky.. . . , , . He itnew well the secret of academic education. That secret is, so far as it forms character in the individual, per sonal impression of the mature man upon the youth. , This is a power which even our best colleges did not always understand when they had it, and Which I hope they are trying to save now, as with their increased numbers they are in danger of losing. It is wonderf ul how much of it Walker ex ercised, notwithstanding the great num ber of his pupils. It is said that he There are other things we can say without fear of contradiction and with out fear that we may ever have to qual ify them or take them back. He was a great inspirer of economic thought. There was no rashness about him. He discussed the economic problems for which his generation was ready. He boldly took by the throat the delusions which had gained a strong hold upon the thought of men who went before him. His training as a statistician had taught him always to keep close to his facts. To use his own words in giving advice to a scholar, he kept himself superior to partisan dictation, and to the seductions of theory. He rejected the doctrine of laissez faire. He held the state to be a moral being. It was meet that its great forces should do what the individual cannot do for himself. It was not only that the state should be great in wealth and empire, but that )t should produce a noble growth of men. Every eco nomic law was lacking in comprehen sion that left this out. . To him political economy was an ap plied science. It was a science to be applied forthwith for the benefit of his own generation, and his own country. There was no alter! seculo about him. He was not content to keep a mighty magnet in his museum, holding its weight till a later generation should accidentally discover and make useful the resources of its power. Still less could he tolerate for an instant that t rrogant and disdainful spirit with which some men who undertake, with little title, to represent science in this country, sneer at any attempt to make use of the forces she reveals to us for the service of mankind. No man who knew General Walker will doubt that hie spirit was a devout and religious spirit. He had a rever ence for humani y, a reverence for tru h and a reverence for the author of truth. He never taught his pupils here, or in the larger and wider school in which he! was called in his age to be a great teacher, anything which should impair the authority of spiritual laws, that "by unlocking the gates of sense, and the kindling of a greater natural light, anything of incredulity or intellectual light should grow up in their minds toward divine mysteries." He did not exalt science above faith, or intellectual attainment above moral character. He knew that the child that has learned to govern its will by the Golden Rule, though it can scarcely count its fingers, is higher up in the scale of being than the astronomer who has not learned that lesson, though he know all Kepler's laws, and have cata logued the stars. Franco American SOUPS are the only kind we sell. Years ago we made up our minds this was THE Canned Soup and haven't changed our minds yet. A dozen brands, some old, some new, are in market, and, of course, induce ments to put this and that "surely best" brand on our shelves are not lacking; but, even the best of the samples sent us don't somehow strike us as even rivalling, let alone being better than, the FRANCO AMERICAN. Quality, after all is said and done, is a good thing to stick to. One result of this policy is shown (in our own case) in the following letter received by us a few months ago. Ofhce of tub Franco-American Food Co.' West Broadway and Franklin S(., New York Citv. Messrs. Eitw. E Hall Sr Sou, New Haven, Conn. : We are pleased to be able to show you below an increase in your sales of Soups. We thought that this little statement might interest you. ' . l8g3-')3, $478-17 I l894-'05. $645.51 j893-'94, 645 66 I l895-'g6, 781.29 The indications for 'this year are that your increase will continue. Yours, Franco-American Food Co. For iSgO-'7 (to date) our purchases or Houps from the F.-A. Food t ftC I A 2 Co., amount to OOl.tO 770 Ckapil Strut. AH his critics speak of his rare gift of making his doctrine clear to the appre hension of common men. His arguments were not only for economic scholars, but for the great body of his country men. It is impossible to overestimate the value of that power to his genera tion. The doctrines he discussed are to be applied not by experts, but by the body of the people. Presidential elec tions turn on them. Mass meetings and .even mobs are excited by them. We cannot escape them. They are dis cussed in tobacco shops or corner gro ceries, as well as in college halls or In bank parlors. The workman demands to know why he cannot get work, and why it is that in one year three men are seeking one job, and in another year three jobs are seeking one man. And if the truth be, not uttered to the most ignorant audiences, yoi may be sure, the fallacy and the sophism will be. ... . .. '. ,,, ' He had none of the spirit, which can find nothing but evil and degeneracy and decay in our national life a spirit whloh does more than any other to ere ate what it thinks it finds and to. bring to pass its Own prophecies. As nothing can be more injurious to a child than to teach him that he is base and wor thy to be despised, nothing can be more injurious to . a nation than to teach it such a lesson. The boastful, braggart, self-asserting temper which belongs to a nation whose place in the world, whose title to the respect of mankind, is not yet assured, bad as it is, is infinitely vleggi 'harmful' than the spirit of an Indiscriminate detraction. The taking for granted that , honesty and courage and nobility are the mo tives of public conduct tends to elevate public conduct to a higher standard. We may be willing, in admiration for his mighty genius, to submit to Car- lyle's note of despair and contempt; yet I believe Emerson has inspired a hun dred heroes where v-arlyle has inspired one. The satirist's scourge, the critic's sneer, or the pessimist's whine or moan, never exalted a nation and never saved a soul. It is not that these men are possessed by an enthusiasm for a lofty ideal. If it were we .might bear with them. They have neither enthusiasms nor ideals. Whatever other qualities these wailers may have, they have neither faith, hope nor charity. It is remarkable that a man among whose great titles to distinction were those of author and soldier should be so indifferent to fame and praise. "Lyke as a ship that through the ocean wyde By conduct of some star doth make her way," he was constant to one bright and blaz ing star, Duty, "Of whose true fixed and resting qual ity, There is no fellow in the firmament." T incline to, think, after all, that in the School of Technology will be his lasting fame. Dear pupil and friend, it has fallen to me, an old man, to do for you what you would have lovingly and kindly done for me. It is nearly forty years it is but yesterday, it is but a watch in the night since our friendship began. From the time when I first greeted you, a lsfd, rosy-cheeked, full of the golden blood of boyhood, and welcomed you to the study of the law and the gladsome light of jurisprudence, till the day when your country mourned your loss from onp ocean to the other, and the heavy I ;itrcra wpre hnrne under the spa. tn carry sadness to the hearts of good men In foreign lands, you have done nothing of which any friend could be ashamed, and said or written nothing we could wish to blot. You have fallen at the post of duty. You died stand ing. The laurel bough was plucked while it was yet green, and burned be fore it withered. You were spared old age. Your heart was full of hope, not of retrospect. "Thy rising day saw never wofull night, But past with praise from off this worldy spot. What hath he lost, who such great grace hath woon? Yoong yeeres for endless yeeres, and hope unsure Of fortune's gifts for wealth that still shall dure; Oh! happie race, with so great praises run." If the Buby la Cutting; Teeth, Be sure and use that old and well tried rem edy, Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for children teething. It toothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diar rhoea. Twentv-five cents a bottle. ill MWF&wA- MINIATURE ALMANAC. OCT. 15. Srm Rises. 8 05 I MoonRisjh, I HiohVVatbii Sun Sets. 5.1 LI 7;M I ISO AlAUlN., iasx. r4jPORT OF NEW HAVEN. $Sfc . CLEARED. KcU Qiietuy, dir.) Iluniilton, N. Y. Nell J. ll. Weuvnr, W. Veaver. I'hua. S..U TwlltL'ht, I'reiUuoiv, Plillii. AT AUCTIO.N, TWO-FAMILY lionso with lot 30x125 find, ulso adjoining lot .'!Uxl25, 202 Lum bvrtuii tttreet, m'ur Morris street, Siiliu day afti'inoou ut 5 p. m., October ltitli, rain or shine. 1 J. CARROLL, olo 2l , Auctioneer. " ; AUCTION SAIj . AT Ilotulley Place, llontowose, (the min utes' walk from end trolley.) to-ilay 10 41. in. UpilKlit Piano, i'ailor, Dluinu, Chamber . Furniture, Mattint,', lings, Range. Stoves, Farming Tools, jticiibutor, Hi-ooilers, 2 Cows, 2 1'igs, Hay, Rye, etc, oW It It. IS. MALLORY, Auctioneer. FID ELI Tf, COURT, and CONTRACTORS. JOHN E. LOMAS, 817 Chapel Street INVESTMENTS AND INSURANCE. Telephone 25C-5. THE DR. SAGE RESIDENCE, No. 42 College Street, Thirteen Rooms, PARTLY FURNISHED IF DESIRED. Wot the TrMtment and Cure of LIQUOR, MORPHINE ana narcotic urug naoiza. i raincQ maie ana iemtie nurses-. Send for illustrated Ctttalorue. TeleDhone. Addr. DR. KOBE'S SANXTARHTM, jy2 eod otB flu cation. ME HANICAL DRAWING. AND MATHEMATICS. F; R. HONEY, s28 170 Church Street. THE DESSAUER-TROOST WYK School or Music, 781 Chapel Street, The only comnlete institution of this kind In Connecticut, . Vocal and Instrumental Instruction. Pupils prepared for the Mn slcal department of Yale. Office hours: 12 to 1 and 4 to 5 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 pupils. slG lm Mrs. and Miss Cady's School FOR GIRLS, 138 Hlllhouse Avenue, reopens Monday, October 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 Voice and Musical Theory. Piano, Organ, oi iim LITCHFIELD ACADEMIC AND COMMERCIAL INSTI TUTE. A Select Boarding School for Boys. So t-rune Metuou; eacu pupu taueut separatelv. All branches necessary to a complete moaern uusiueaa , euucuuuu tnorougmy taught. For terms, rates, or other information, auures Trof. J. M. IiEK, Principal, Litchfield, Conn. TESTIMONIAL : "I have been ueaualnted with Prnf .1 t Lee for many years. He Is a very success ful Instructor, and has given ereat sntis. faction to nil that have put themselves tinder ins care as n ipacner. 1 commend mm ns a fceiiuewuu, enuueu to nign con sideration, in. D. Kl'KKHX, Congressman from 2d Dist. Conn, aul7 3m - ' Mr. Wm. Brookes DeGarmo of the Berkeley Lyceum, 19 and 21 W, 44th street, New York, respectfully announces to the citizens of New Haven and vicinity, the students of Yale University and other educational lnxtltui.ons, that his classes In Dancing and Deportment are now open at VERU HALL, 136 and 158 ORANGE STREET, on Mondays and Saturdays. Afternoon at 4; Evenings at 7W o'clock. For further particulars, please call during ciass nours. - - o tr SELECT DANCW CI CLASSES. Are now being formed for Beginners and Advaneea rupus. (important to oeglnners) small classes, assuring to its members in dividual attention, is the princ'al feature at this academy. OPENING This whole week is devoted exclusively in receiving callers, and tliGse interested in dancing whether Intending to join or not are invited to call and see the nnest mincing acnueiiiy in tue state. Open from 12 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. BOSTON ua.m i .Mi a 1WH.MX. win uuapel street, Mil. VVI TXT TT.-i-rf. ,.! 1 RELIABLE SCHOOL lor DANCING mw orisa run 1S!I7-"9S. AVarner Hull. Chapel street. Instruction either Private or in Classes, iui,uneu HT C. FRANCIS M ALONE. Office hours at hall from 9 a. m. to 1 n m and to S p. in. riAYS AND HOURS FOR Cr.Asisi-s. Friday, Oct. 8th, from 2:30 to 4, for little tots iroin u i" o "'u. i:.vj to (j, chil dren from 9 to Ij. Evening, from 8 tn 1i for young ladies and sentleuien. Note The aoove classes me win? uieu m ueginners. Advanced class for young misses and mas will meet Mondavs from ,4:MO ti (i-i-. commencing Monday, Oct. 11th. This class will be known as the Cottilion Class, the instruction to consist of new german figures and new parlor dances. It ia of utmost advantage to pupils to Heat Estate. TO KKNT. FIVE plensuut rooma. Iuqulro vt oil 7t :w pearTj st. 1 lOU KKNT, FRONT office: good liclit: steam beat. ' 21 tf THE OEOROH II. FORD CO. FOll KKNf, TWO rooms, furnished or unfurnished; front; uluovo unci buy windows: steam hrtit. 012 7t 58 PARK ST. FOtt CKNT, THH brick dwelling house, 830 Orange St., near Drove. C1IAS. A. WHITE, s30 Ut 01) Church street. FOR KENJ, A FIVE room house, live dollars por mouth; rent free to Nov. flint. MRS. C. B. SHEI'ARD, oil !lt i Morris St., Morris Cove, FOK UKNT, - MODERN flats, central, new, n lulled, nil Improvements, 1187 rly An Chapel, near i-ars: urovo. near trance. 824 tf Inquire 1200 CHAI'KL ST. Rents E. L. BASSETT, 42 Church st. Room 300. Collected FOB RENT. 14-ROOM house, 245 Orchard street; all modern Improvements; steam beat; houso in penece oraer; large garaeu, pieuiy.ut fruit trees. Aonlv ohlee of 820 tf F. M. BROWN & CO. TO KENT. PROPERTY for storage or light manufac turing purposes, at 137 tugfl street. Also u oaru on the premises for rent. B1131 tf ' THOS. PHILLIPS & SON. FOK SALE, THE FINEST nniLDINO LOT ON WHITNEY AVENUE; price low. FOR RENT. The two-family house. No. 174 Hallock avenue, and many others. CHAS. D.NICOLL & CO No. 82 CHURCH STREET, rooms 14 audio Open Monday and Saturday Evenings. m ujjooiai, aim uuy . This advertisement calls attention to a emarkable opportunity for FINE HOME. One of the choicest sites in this natural resident section of our beautiful city. Well constructed house, 12 rooms; every conven ience; steam hent, natural wood finish; 50 feet front by 150. Lawn, shrubs, etc. A complete home ready for occupancy with out extra expenditure. House 702 Orange street. JOHN E. HEALY, room 00, Poli's nilcling. REAL ESTATE. Central Investment nroDertles. Imnrored and nnlraproved. tnrsr-cinss residence! ana lots. Desirable two-family dwellings. . MONEY TO LOAN. G. W. OSBORN. EOOJI 29, 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. ' FOR SALE, ONE-FAMILY HOUSE, EIGHT ROOMS, ON ENGLISH STREET. $2,000. . JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 116 CHURCH STREET. FOR RENT, A first-class flat on Humphrey street, near Orange street. First floor, 8 rooms, hard wood finish, and nil the conveniences. De sirable for one wishing a medium rent in nrst-ciass nMgnnornoou. For particulars, ' CHAJULES II. WEBB, 850 Chapel Stre3t. Open Monday until 8 p. m. TO LOAN, $100,000, in -Sums to Suit. HENRY A. PALLMAN, 116 Church Street, my 20 Booms 9 and 1). This Farm Must Be Sold Two hundred acres, with good buildings. ALL FOR $3,000; on your own terms. R E. BALDWIN, d&W 818 CHAPEL STREET. IT HAS COME I GREAT boom In Wcstville real estate. Many new nouses to oe erected. Beauty of location, and rapid transit the cause. Competing electric lines nlace residents within fifteen minutes of city's center, jjesirauic lots xor sale. H. O. PARDEW, a!8 tf 122 Fountain street, Westvilie. For Sale, SIX HOUSES ON ORANGE STREET. Will be sold on very easy to Merwin's Real Estate Offise, 748 CHAPEL STREET. For Sale, A NEW TWO-FAMILY HOUSE ON SHEFFIELD AVENUE. ALL IMPROVE MENTS . -. 5,000. Money to Loan at 5 per cent. GEORGE F. NEWCOM3, Room 322, Exchange BuIlrTg, 121 Church st. For Rent, STORE on STATE STREET. FLAT on ELD STREET. 5 ROOMS on PEARL STREET. 7 ROOMS on HALLOCK AVENUE. 6 ROOMS on GREENWICH AVENUE. W. D. JUDSON, sl5 ' 808 Chapel street. Building Lots. Coid Spring Street, per foot, S33.00 Just oil Whitney Avenue. State Street Lots, Suitable for Stores and Tenements. "BUY OF THE OWNER." EDWARD M. CLARK, 42 Church Street, Room 203. o9 tf Evenings, 78. FOR EXCHANGE, FOR CITY PROPERTY, - A two- family house, near steam and trol ley roads, in West Haven. For Sale, On Farren avenue, a new one-family house, with modern improvements. Terms easy ana price tow. Money to Loan In sums to suit. L. G. H0ADLEY, EOOM 2, HOADLEY BUILDING. CHURCH STREET. .Office Open Evening 44 Sdauts. One Cent a Word euch insertion, ceuts a Word for a fuU Week, aevaa times. WANTED, bllljATro. by n colored SM n's dish wnsh er. Inquire lit TJ COURT NT. olf. It SITUATION by competent Blrl to do gen oral housework iu small fnmllv: four years lvtereuce. olC It 83 LOCK ST. WANTKO. SITUATION' by Swedish gh-1 to do peueml housework, ol5 It' 57 ASYLUM ST. WANTED, LUXATION for general housework or na wam-e(js:ol5 lt848 BASTSTV WtVTRIl AT,?i hVATJON t0 a senerai housework. oK It 65 SOUTH FRONT ST. VVANTKI. AT once, good all around machinists; lioiio mSVv "f !U U1'l"" llt tne JOHN ADT hON factory corner Stale & Mill Rive 8treet8. olo 2t. F, U, SHUSTER. ' . WAiirKii t. COMPETENT Swedish or German cirl 1 f:;ue" housework.' Call botween li) ; "iuiuiiiK ur 1 nun o evening. J"0 11 Mtt COLLEGE ST, " '- " 1 - WANTKf ' - lyiJMr Swedish girl wants place as chain- iwrumiu or ugut tiousework. Address. oir It 28S OAK ST." WANTED. YOUNG wouiifh wishes position as book- - i' uii Hteuosrapner. "15 2t G.. This Office. WANTED. TO go out by the day at washing or other ..., ut wuiuu nine wasniug nomo to oo. Address, BOX 117, : ' . ol" It Whltneyvlllo, Conn. ; WANTKO. SITUATION by Polish girl to' do general ol" 2t 7 FACTORY ST, . WANI'KD. A TRIVATE' American fainllv would nv two boarders,; well furnished front rooms bath. Call 817 STATE ST. ol5 It v WANTED, -WOMAN to do family wash at her owii ': "ojne... Apply at . 208 CANNER ST., el 2t in the evening. WANTED. A COMPETENT cook; reference required j German or Swede preferred. Call between 4 and 0. o!4 2t 88 D WIGHT ST. ' WANTED. BY young girl, to do general housework irt small family. Please call "14 2t 43 PUTNAM ST. WANTED, j.: IMMEDIATELY, competent housework girls and nurses. MRS. BABB, "13 7t . . vi r 128 Court street.'; WANTED, .. . POSITION by young woman as bookkeeper; ; or cashier; hog long experience and good ' references. , A. V. R ' ol2 14 15 - 413 Qhnpel street. :". WANTED. ' - . " BEST Swedish ana German servants an an tseuureu aero. tumpioyment Agency. , JaO tf 775 CHAPEL ST. r EOK SALE CHEAP, A PHYSICIAN'S Operating Chair. olHJt 514 GEORGE S ST. FOUND, OFF Milford, October lift,'- Connecticut river built catbout; painted white outsider lead color Inside. Enquire of , RUFUS OSKINS, ol3 3t 22 Rose street, Annex. FOB SALE. " FRESH and Salt Hay, by the ton; dellv , ered if desired. Address TOWNSEND BROS., 829 14t No. 300 Townsond Ave.' Bartholomew's New Office. I am now ready to receive your orders) for servants for all household purposes The greatest care will be taken to givq satisfaction. . ' v Out of town orders a specialty. ' ' NO. 102 ORANGE STREET, BOWDITC1I BUILDING, Room No. 11. 013 L. B. BARTHOLOMEW. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court October 12tb. 1807. ESTATE of JACOB P. RICHARDS, lata of New Haven, in said Districts deceased; The Court of probate for the District of i New Haven hath limited and appointed sis months from the date hereof for the cred ltors of said deceased to bring In theti? claims against said estate. Those who neg lect to exhibit their claims within said tlnin toMI be debarred. All nersons indebt ed to said estate are requested to make Im mediate payment to yr mrr . 014 8t Executor. ; Modern Homes. I am erecting two more of those delightful up to aate residences ou Center St.. West Haven. SEVEN SOLD. ; WILL YOU HAVE THH NEXT 7- . ' Ready to occupy in about six weaks. ' . These are the best houses I have built. In all ways attractive. Location very de slrable. ' ' : Price right. Terms very easy if desired. To your advantage toexamluethls property Mornings at 852 Chapel street, city; after noous at o euiur Hi., west xiuveik-,. FOR A COLD buy a good stove, a few hods 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 , coal savers and we can suit any pocketbook with our price CASH OR CRED1X BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnisheri, , , . Orange and Center streets