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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9 1897.
SILKS at 50 Cents. But they are not 50 cent Silks You will see at once that they are 85 cent and $1.00 Silks. ) We don't know how long they will be offered at 50 cents. One thing sure, they are the best FANCY SILKS ever offered in New Haven at 50 cents. 762-768 CHAPEL STREET. LEATHER. IWE ARE NOW RECEIVING OUR FALL IMPORTATIONS OF. Choice Leather Goods, Embracing many Novelties la Btj and material. ' MEXICAN HAND-CARVED LEATHER (something new.) MONKEY, CROCODILE, CALF and SEAL SKIN, PLAIN, SILVER and GOLD MOUNTED. POCKETBOOKS, CARD CASES. CIGAR CASES, PORTFOLIOS, DESK PADS, CHATELAINE BAGS. GLOVE and HANDKERCHIEF CASES. TRAVELING CLOCKS, DRESSING CASES, DRINKING CUPS, FLASKS, etc. - , R L. WASHBURN k CO. 84 Church and 61 Center streets. ffi HUYLEK'S CANDIES. g I I HEWITTS 1 DRUG STORE, f ! Open ! All Night. 744 Chapel St SOW READY, The Choicest Spring Patterns of Leading .Mates in 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. PERRY 914 Chapel Street I!' JlboMt , 'I Sooct fiuitor is one of the moist necestsary articles on a first class table. Are you eatislled with your butter? Don't you want some a um batter than you are using? If so you have only to try oura to be more thoroughly convinced of Its quality. prints and &2oxs frvst twico a ivaak. Those Who are most par ticular about their butter are the ones we are certain of pleasing. lb ff'rnts, Jt .SO S ib Soxes, . 3S Jobnsoti Brotbtr, Jl 411 & 413 STATE STREET. Telephone 259-3. All this week we will demonstrate to the pub lic the qualities of Groot's Dutch Cocoa. Manufactured in Holland. Call in and get a cup. You are welcome. Items of Interest We are selling large quart bottles of Salad Oil for only 30 cents. Van Camp's. Concentrated Tomato Soup 10c a can ; will make as much soup as the or dinary 30 cent can. Try it. We have just received a shipment of 12 different kinds of Curtis Brothers' Jams : all packed this season. K, I FULLERTO)!, Propristir. 926 Chapel Street;, 1231 Chapel Street. Trsger'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, oo u NEW TONTINE HOTEL AND CAFE. FOE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN. Under the management of George T. White, formerly of the una of Heubleln Brothers. Restaurant onen from 6 a. m. to 12 d. m. Special attention given to Banquets and rrivate rartiea. - , aaau ii COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. No. 106 Court Street. Carpets called lor uud delivered. Carpets cleaned ana laid, also made overj ! in mui, every iiiuiK aone in me uurpet hub. All work satisfactorily and promptly i done. Telephone call 1314-2. Give us a call. -tr Air.. r ' i' . III. I ' i at , . .. vTri w Boston lilllil'! Carpets, Rugs. Mattings, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Upholstery Goods, Curtains, Draperies, Wall Papers, eta rnitsoxA l jornxas. Charles H. Blttkeslee, tho well known penman of this city, lias recently be come u special agent for the American Real Estate company of New York city, of which George K. Robertson, formerly of New Haven, Is the assist ant secretary. Says the United States Investor, speaking- of this concern In Its issue of October 9: "The American Real Estate company In our opinion of fers a good opportunity to the multi tude of small Investors throughout tho country to make a paying: and conser vative, investment, by means of their certificates. The company has been well managed and has been careful in the selection of its properties." The certificates here spoke of bear 6 par cent, guaranteed interest, compounded annually, and in addition thereto re ceive a pro rata share of the business profits, thus making the investment a very fine one. Mr. Blakeslee still con tinues the engrossing art work at his fine office in the First National Bank building and is always pleased to re ceive either business or social calls from his friends. Mrs. Perley Clough of West Lebanon, N. H.; Mrs. Mattie Green and Mr.' J. V. Cameron, of Nashua, N. H., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. "William W. Cameron. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Toung, who have been spending the past few weeks at their summer house, the Anchorage, at Pine Orchard, returned to their home in Waterbury yesterday. First Lieutenant James Klngsley Blake, commanding the second section, brigade signal corps, has forwarded his resignation to the adjutant general's office and notice of its acceptance is. ex pected in a few days, together with or ders for the election of his successor. Sergeant D. Edgar Munson is spoken of as likely to be Mr. Blake's successor. The patronesses of the first assembly of the season to be given at Warner hall November 19 will be Miss Rebecca B. Beach, Mrs. Arthur T. Hadley, Mrs. Arthur H. Day, Mrs. William W. Far- nam, Mrs. Isham Henderson and Mrs. Eli Whitney. Bishop Coadjutor Brewster will be given a reception by the Church club of Connecticut, at Harmonie hall on Thursday. It is hoped that Bishop Wil liams will be present. The principal cities of the state will be well repre sented. The next in the series of Mrs. Louise Houghton's drawing room lectures will be given at 3 o'clock on Wednesday.No- vember 10, at the home of Mrs. Edward Bourne, Prospect street. Mrs. Henry F. English and Mrs. Wayland will open their houses for the two following lec tures. Papers will be read by Hon. Freder ick J. Kingsbury and Prof. Franklin Dexter at the luncheon to be given by the Society bf Colonial Dames at the New Haven house on Thursday, the 18tl), to the members and a few invited guests. Assistant Postmaster Rowe has re turned to duty after a pleasant vaca tion. Herbert Thatcher of Branford Is 111 at his home on Bradley avenue, suffer ing with malarial fever. Mrs. S. T. Kinney has just returned from a few days spent in Washington, during which She attended, a meeting of the national Tioard of managers of the D. A. R. Messrs. C. X. Cass, C. F. Mulvey, W. P. Lincoln, L. L. Well, M. Meaney and F. P. Crown are members of the com mittee in charge of the arrangements for an informal reception to be given by the Athletic association of Malley, Neely & Co. in Hoyt's dancing academy Tuesday evening, November 23. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Grannis gave a chrysanthemum reception last evening at their home, 423 Center street, for their son, Mr. W. A. Grannis, jr., and his bride. The hours were from 8 to 10 o'clock. The receiving party included Mrs, George M. Augur, Miss Edna Au gur, Miss Ella Henderson, Mrs. Roland Warner and Mr. and Mrs. George Brad ley. About 250 invitations were issued. Mr. A. Maxcy Hiller has been enter taining Judge Hiller of Kansas for a week past. Captain R. B. Hines of North Cam bridge, Mass., Is in this city the guest of C. O. E. Hartung on St. Ronan street During the war Captain Hines was an associated officer of the late lamented Lieutenant H. Jerry Bishop, afterwards Major Bishop, on the warships New Hampshire and Vermont. PETITION "FOR PARDON. Prominent Men Sign It for the Mur derer "Frenchy." Albany, N. Y., Nov. 8. Formal appli cation has been made to Governor Black for the pardon of Amer Ben All, better known as "Frenchy," who was convicted In New York city In 1891 of manslaughter, first degree, for the kill ing of an old woman known, as "Old Shakespeare." The petition praying for executive clemency is signed by many men of national and Internation al repute. Among them are Edward Bruwaert, the French consul-general; A. E. Olarouskl, the Russian consul general; J. B. Eustis, ambassador to France, Alfred Colin of the United States navy, Frederick R, Coudert, Frederick Gibba and Louis Coudert. One April morning in 1891 "Old Shakes peare" was mutilated on her bed In a cheap lodging house in New York city, Frenchy occupied a roam across the hall from that of the eta woman. He was arrested and upon circumstantial evidence was railroaded through trial and was convicted and sentenced to imprisonment for lite. Although not insane he has spent six years of im prisonment in the Mattewan state hos pital for criminal insane. COLONEL DEAN'S SUCCESS. Colonel Charles L. Dean, formerly of Ashford, was re-elected to the Massa chusetts legislature last week from the city of Maiden. Colonel Dean was an aide on the staff of Governor Andrews' staff, this state, in 1879 and 1880, and a member of the Connecticut legislature in 1881 and 1882 from the town of Ash ford. He has been president of the First National bank of Stafford Springs from its organization in 1888. Colonel Dean wa3 a member of the ways and means committee last year. tutt npciTOST SHOW. The Atlantic transport steamer Mas sachusetts arived in New York from Tnnn CqhiHuv. She will sail this week with the army of employes of the Barnum & Baney snow ana some ,,f the animnlu nf thfi THATI JllTf H P- Thft Michigan of the Atlantic Transport line will also be used to help carry the big snow across Lately Landed. PULLED FiaS, finest fig Imported, clean mm-sKinnea auu uesmy packed. Pound, 25 cts. ; 5-lb. boxes, $1.12. PRESERVED STRAWBERRIES, im ported, wiescaaen styie, la i-it, glass Jars. Special value. " . At 37 cts. jar. LOOSE RAISINS (Malagas). In 5-lb. Doxes, handy size ior the Housewife. 1 Per box, $1.10 WASHED FIGS In little bags; about is oz. eacn. Per bag, 25 cts. STUFFED DATES (with Pecan meats). Per box, 30 cts. STUFFED PRUNES in Mb. boxes. A great delicacy, and healthful withal. 60 ct 770 Chapel St. iwsvsiiss ritosruuitY. Big Rubber Manufactures Booming The John Ailt & Son Factory to Kan Night and Day Other Notes. Charles S. Johnson, treasurer of the U. Candee Rubber company of this city, and formerly sales agent of the United States Rubber company, who has re cently returned from Europe, where he spent several months for the benefit of his health, has accepted the reap pointment to the position of general sales agent. Mr. Johnson Is eminently fitted for the duties of this position. 'His office will be In New York city, as heretofore. He will continue to be treasurer of the Candee company. The business of the L. Candee com pany has been booming for the past year. There has hzen a constant de mand for their product and they are compelled to run a force of about 1,600 or 1,700 people to fill their orders. The United States Rubber company's branch at Naugatuck has been busy for many months past and are now be hind ln( their orders. As evidence of tro many Improve ments in business In this city, the firm of John Adt & Son, Franklin B. Shus- ter, proprietor, manufacturers of spe cial machinery, yesterday announced that they would be compelled to put on a force of hands to work at night. They have been rushed with business for several months, the hands working evenings, but lately received orders that will keep them working night and day for the next five months. This Is most welcome news to all and especial ly at this season of the year. Their factory is' on State street, corner Mill River street. COUNTY HOME MEETING. The annual meeting of the board of management and towm committees of the County home will be held at the home, corner Shelton avenue and Bas sett street,: to-morrow at 11 o'clock a, m. Luncheon will be served by Flem ing. . Following is the list of officers and names of those who have been in-i terested in caring for the children and finding homes for them: Mrs. G. F. Neweomb, secretary, New Haven; Mrs. G. W. Bacon, New Haven; Mrs. B. J. Lum, New Haven; Miss M. D. Skinner, New Haven; Mrs, F. E. Cas tle, Waterbury; Mrs. Julia A. Hart, Beacon Falls; Mrs. Jerome A. Downs, Bethany; Mrs. Norman Piatt, Ches hire; Mrs. A. B. Shaw, Derby; Mrs. E. O. Blatchley, Guilford; Miss Caro lyn Dlckerman, Hamden; Mrs. Jose phine Scranton, Madison; Mrs. Eli I. Merriman, Merlden; Miss M. L. Town- send, Mlddlebury; Miss J. Beach, Mil ford; Mrs. B. B. Tuttle, Naugatuck; Mrs. George Buck Naugatuck; Mrs. Nathan Harrison, North Branford; Mrs. P. B. Olcutt, North Haven; Mrs. Stiles Woodruff, Orange; Mrs. S. P. Sanford, Oxford; Mrs. W. H. Phlpps, Prospect; Mrs. A. T. Dunham, Sey mour; Mrs. Merwin Mitchell, South Britain; Mrs. M. Cartre, Wolcott; Mrs. I. B. T. Todd, Wolcott, and Mrs. Leroy C. Beecher, Woodbridge. DECADENCE OF INDUSTRIES. Ex-Senator Lucas Explains It So Far as It Relates to Our Rural Towns. A drive through Connecticut will re veal the existence of many little shops and mills, once active with the hum of industry and the center of a small vil lage. Now these buildings are rapidly falling into decay and furnish pictur esque material for the painter. The consolidation of small factories and the supply of ready-made articles to be found in the country store accounts for the decadence of some of the smaller industries in rural towns. This is illustrated in the case of the blacksmithing business in Goshen, one of the older and thriving towns of Litchfield county. Ex-Senator Lucas, in a recent paper on ancient Goshen, re cords that in 17S0 there were thirty blacksmiths ii the town, while at this time there are but three. In the early years of this century there was a forge in the village, tho iron ore being brought from Salisbury. The iron ro duced was sold to the blacksmith shops in town and vicinity. This was no small trade either, as the blacksmith made many things, nails and door trim mings, plow points, chains, etc., almost everything made of iron. To-day most of these articles are bought at the vil lage stores at cheaper rates than a blacksmith could afford to work them out by hand. Skeptics Turn Itelievora and Are Cured. "When I read that Dr. Agncw's Catarrhal Powder could relieve Catarrh in 10 minutes I was far from being convinced. I tried itx Hlnele Diilf through the blower aftord- a Instant relief, stonned nain over the eves ana cieanseu tne nasal passages, ro dliv I am free from catarrh." B. L. Eugau's (Kaston, tra.) r iiierieuue uaa ueeu mill ot tUOUSauuM til inut--i& uuu limy uu yourj). bold by E. A. Gessuer, E.Hewitt & Co. 10. MIIIIocs of suffering women should know that those painful irregularities peculiar to the sex can be relieved at once with Aplo- Xfna 1 TlriifririHlu nntt til rh su tf CASTORIA For Infants and Children. liDilt Cigutun at Ic n eerr MINIATURE ALMANAC. NOV. 9. Srw Rises, d-.'.il Moon Rises. I llion Watch Sun Sura, 4:.13 1 1:S!5 I . 11:15 DUATHS. MAC MULLEN In tills city. November Clli. John C. lino Mullen, agod U5 yearn, mou of lU'v. David und Mi's. Mac Million. Funoral services ut the liouio of hla sister, Mrs. George II. Mix, 271 Munson street, this nfti'i-iKKiii at two o'clock.. Burial at lluuulen I'luius cemetery. MARINE LIST. POHT OF NEW HAVEN. ARRIVED. Sob, Enterprise, Martin, N. Y. Soli Eclipse, Dlxou, N. Y. CLEARED. Sell Atiua B. Jacobs, Wilson, N. Y. NJSW YORK DKHSSMAKliB WORKS by day; all styles. nu it on rnosrECT st. FOR RKNT, SECOND floor, now houso, six rooms; mod ern and absolutely ilrst-class; rent reas onable. P. A. llUSIINELL, til) tf 8118 Elm street. FOR RKNT., TWO pleasant and nicely fu'rulslied rooms, together or separate, for one or two gen tlemen. MRS. NYSTROM, nl) lt 81 Summer streeet. 1 AUCTION. WILL be sold at Public Auction Wednes day, Nov. 10th, at 10 a. in., at 5S3 Win chester avenue: 12 Milch Cows, 1 Bull, 4 lloities, 1 lino six-year-old Horse, fust, sired by Westmont 2:24; 1 two-year-old Colt, shed by Garnet Hook 2:27y4: 30 1'lgs; Wagons, single and double: Harnesses, 1 Mowing Machine, 1 Hay Itnke, 1 Ted der, Plows and Cultivators and Funning Implements too numerous to mention. Sale to take place ou the premises, rain or shine, at 10 o'clock. GEORGE. L. AN DREWS, Auctioneer. nl) 2t SARAH T. DEACON vs. HARRY T. DEACON. Superior Court, New Haven County, the 2d day of November, A. D.. 1807. COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE. Ordered That additional notice of the pendency of the complaint in the above en titled case be given by publishing this order once a week for two weeks successively in tuo Journal nna courier, Dcginuuig ou or erore the 4tn uay ot ivovenioer, a. u. vsii. lsy tne uourt, juiiis . juivlkh, n-l 0 Assistant Clerk. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, November it.h. 1897. ESTATE of JULIA M. SWIFT, late of Hnmden, In said District, deceasea. An Instrument in writing, purporting to be tho last will and testament of said de ceased, having been presented in uourc, and Edwin D. Swift of Hamden having mnrlf. writtnn nnnllrsitinn nrnvine that the same may be probated, and that letters tes tamentary may do granted, as oy siuu ap Dlleation on tile in this Court more fully appears, It Is ORDERED That said application be heard asd determined at a Court of Pro bate to be held at New Haven, in said Dis trict, on the 12tu day ot jNoveniDer, iwu, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, and that public notice of the pendency of said ap nllentlnn. and of the time and nlace of the hearing thereon, be given to all parties In terested in saiu estate, Dy piioiisniiig tnis order three times in a newspaper having a circulation in said District. LIVINGSTON W. CLEA VKLAlM), . n8 3t Judge. FOR RENT. FLATS of 4, 5 and 6 rooms, in new block on Columbus avenue, S'.t and $10. JOHN T. SLOAN, n4 eod 6t 828 Chapel street. MODKRATK REN'tS. UPPER and lower; healthiest section. choicest nelEUDornoou six rooms. Datn. toilet, range, boiler, stone tubs, gas, hart- wood f su, eieganiiy pupereu; eiuruiiui's, veranu s and cellars separate; pood Aohool. Apply 303 FERRY STREET. (TakeJState st. car Jo Ferry) n8 tf IT HAS COME! GREAT boom In Westvllle renl estate. Many new nouses to oe erected. Beauty of location and rapid transit the cause. .... Competing electric lines place residents within fifteen minutes of city's center. Desirable lots tor sale. H. C. PARDER, jal8 tf 122 Fonntain street, Westvllle. TO LOAN, $100,000, in Sums to Suit. HENRY A. PALLMAN, 116 Church Street, my 20 fiooms9andl). For Sale, BIX HOUSES ON ORANGE STREET. TTlll be sold on very easy te -i. Merwin's Real Estate Office, 746 CHAPEL STREET. 1 For Sale, St Two beautiful Houses on Orange street, corner Cottage, Nos. 712 and 718. 12 rooms eacn. wteani neat, nnlsiiea m nara wood; with all modern conveniences. This Is tho most desirable section of the cily. Price reasonable: terms to suit. Inquire of nO JOHN E. HEALY, Poll Building. HE mm STEP! Hard to say just which step in the building of a business IS the winninar one. We DO know that our goods are honest, and our prices fair that if we make mistakes we are glad to cor rect them if given the oppor tunity ; that we have always on hand the best stock of Mm Caoeis, Stores aii Ranges to be seen hereabouts ; that we give credit to honest buy pj-c and occasionally by ui!s- c13 take to disuuiiost ones ) and that we have succeeded in bu Jness. Pleased to show what we can do for you. BROWN S DURHAM. Complote Houseturuistori, Orange and Center streets lUaX Estate. FOR RKNT, FRONT office: good light! steam heat. tai tr xuiu ubukub a. jtuhu vu. FOR KKNX. SIX rooms and biitu; nil Improvements IK5 Jl!iKUX AVIS,, n4 Tt near corner Wlnthrop. TO RKNT. UNITRXIsnED back room; outside en trance: convenient to depot. n5 7t MATOHELOlt, Tula Office. FOR RUNT. MODERN flats, central, new, nearly fln- istieu, nil improvements, Lint uuapei, ueur Park: 22 Grove, near Orange. b24 tf Inquire 1201) CHAI'ELST. FOR RKNT, 14-ROOM houso, 245 Orchard street: all nioaern improvements j siearn neat; uouse In perfect order; large garden, plenty of fruit trees. Apply oliice of S20 tf F. M. BROWN A CO. TO RENT. PROPERTY for storage or light manufac turing purposes, at U7 Hlgn streot. Also a barn on the premises for runt. au31 tf THOS. PHILLIPS & SON. REAL ESTATE. Central Investment nronertiea. tmDroved and unimproved. D irst-ciass residences ana lots. Desirable two-family dwellings. MONEY TO LOAN. G. W. OSBORN. EOOM 29, BENEDICT BUILDING, 82 CHURCH STREET. ' For Sale, A' NEW TWO-FAMILY HOUSIS ON SHEFFIELD AVENUE. ALL IMPROVE MENTS , $5,000. Money to Loan at 5 per cent. GEORGE F. NEWCOMB, Room 322. Exchange Build's, 121 Church at. 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. For Rent, THE STORE No. 430 STATE STRETOT, Rent $50.00 per month. ALSO STABLE IN THE REAR, 14 stalls. neui t-j.vv per montn. i Apply to BENJ. R. ENGLISH, n6 12t 132 ORANGE STREET. FOR SALE, Some sood bulldlnz lots on Genres afreet at u low price. fOlt H1GJNT, Desirable houses and tenements. MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY REAI. ESTATE. CHAS. D.NICOLL & CO.. No. 82 CHURCH STREET, rooms 14 and 16 upen aionaay ana saturaay Hivenmgs. FOR RENT, A flrst-class flat on Humnhrp st.rmvr. tuM Oranee street. First floor. 8 rooms, hard wood finish, and all the conveniences. De- siraoie tor one wisnins a meuium rent in a first-class neighborhood. nor particulars, , CHAKLES H, WEBB, 850 Chapa! Streat. Open Monday nntll 8 p. ra. For Rent in WestHayen. House of seven rooms, with shiall barn. $13. Also, rent of Ave-rooms at $14. Both central and desirable, with hot and cold water, Data, cementea cellar, etc. FKEDBIQUE It. LEWIS 82 Center street, .West Haven ' ARE YOU GOING- TO BUILD? Buildinsc Lots Were Never So Cheap Before. The best locations on easiest terms. Money furnished to build with when lots are paid for. FACTORY B1TKS, CORNER STORE SITES. DWELLING HOUSES and FARMS. "BUY OF' THE OWNER." EDWARD M. CLARK. 42 Church Street, Boom 205. o9 tf Evenings. 78. For Sale, Two-family house, recently built, Lake Place. JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 116 CHURCH STREET. SPECIAL SALE. Cheao. Building Lots on Harriet street : small amount down, and monthly payments. Cooa siaewniK ana city water. Remarkably healthy location, near trolley lines. W. D. JUDSON, 028 80S Chapel street. MONEY WANTED. T.OANS VARYING FROM $50 to S2.0M ON FIRST MORTGAGE AT SIX PER CENT. R E. BALDWIN, d&w 818 CHAPEL STREET. FOR SALE, No . 42 Lafayette street, a one family brick house, .all im provements, in fine condition. A bargain ; owner leaving the city. Money to Loan In sums to salt. L. G. H0ADLEY, ROOM HOADLEY BUILDING. 48 CHURCH STREET. Office Open Evenings. Two-family House, AH Improvements, Lamberton Street, $6,000. One Cent a Word each Insertion, fla cents u Word for a full Week, sevdil times. WASTKD. GOOD all around machinists. Address nu at BOX 155, Post Office. WAN TBI. AGENT. Free samples. To sell to scholars: a uu omens, salesmen in otner university! towns doinir wll. UNnMltriRAD. P. (i- M?x1;iBJ?wY0I'k- B lit WANTED. AT once, experienced machine operators on im-set worn, oall at TtiU CUAflib T., Room 3, ou 'WeduesdB- Nov. 10, from it until 4 and frpm 7 to 9 p. in. n9 2t - WANT Mill. SITUATION to do general housework. " " inqulro at 50 WALNUT. WAN riMi. SITUATION; a young; Swedish girl want a an n cuiuuuermtua or socona worn in n small private family; pood reference, "9 It Call 283 OAK ST. WANT KU AN elderly man, with good references, oan nave a uoiuo ior ins services, witn two o d people. Address WILLYS TUCKER, " t Northford, Conn. WANTED, A YOUNG woman for a srood office position' l" a B'or?i "e who understands double entry bookkeeping and stenography; non out those having had experience need ap-n.';iAtltlres-s- firkin references, . nl) It STOREKEEPER, This Office. WANTED, SITUATION by young Jirl to do second on general housework. Call u9Tlt. 106 PUTNAM ST. WANTED. T SITUATION by a woman to 4o general housework lu small private family. . nu It Call at 27 HOME PLACE. WANTED, SITUATION by Swedish girl to do general housework or second work. "I It 171 PTNW RT -w , W A WWII Ik A SITUATION by a cornpetent gtrl to doi general housework or cooking; reference. uO It inquire at 41 PUTNAM ST. v A VTlrt- FOR general housework, a neat, reliable girl; must understand cooking none othet need apply; references required. p5 a 681 GEORGE ST. WANTED, ?j00 for e months, to push European pat irSonnfoE .Jnventlon! minimum Valu $45,000; half proceeds to investor. "5 n BONA FIDE. This Office. WANTED, SITUATIONS for best help In all branches of domestic work, nurses, housekeepers. ec-.i MRS. BABB, .. "1 14t 126 Court street WANTED. ' BEST Swedish and German servants are all secured here. Employment Agency. Ja9 tf 775 CHAPEL ST. A GOOD CHANCE. I WILL trade a fine trout stream farm neaa trolley line, with stock and tools, for m small house in the city. G. W, SMITH, "2 't 450 Elm street FORSACiE. GOOD work horse, with or without Bar ness and lumber wagon. n 7t m CHAPEL BT.,, MRS. it. COHEN IS now ready to deal in Ladles and Gentle men's cast-off Clothing, CarbetS, etc. Ai postal card directed to 697 GRAND AVE. will receive prompt attention nB 14t Rents Collected E. L, BASSETT, 42 Church st. Room 30a FOB SALE, PIANO. Private gentleman sell at otiea his superb grand upright piano, equal to new; brilliant tone; fully guaranteed by maker; cost $350.00, accept $165.00; with stool and cover. Call SMEDLEY BROS. & CO. Storage Warehouse, 173 Brewery; street. n6 7t AUCTION SALE 141 ORANGE, Tuesday, 10 a, m. Parlor, Chamber Furniture, Upright Piano, ele gant Bookcase and Desk combined, Mir rors, Chiffonier, Sewing Machine, Fold ingbeds, Mattresses, Bedding, fine Oar pets, Kitchen Utensils, etc. . n8 2t R. B. MALLORY, Auctioneer. BLANKETS CHEAP. LIVERYMEN expect lowest prices oh Wodl Blankets. We meet their expectations. Funny if we couldn't meet yours. Le8 our wlndowful of blankets look at yon. LINSLEY & LIGHTBOURN, , n6 8 10 Blanket Bargainers, Bartholomew's Agency. I am having a number of good cooks, trait resses, etc., for private families and boarding places. Out of town orders a specialty. i No. 102 ORANGE STREET, Bowdltch Building, Room No. 11." MECHANICAL DRAWING, AND MATHEMATICS. F. R. HONEY. B28 179 Church Street THE DESSAUER-TRtfOSTWYK School of Music, 781 Chapel Street, The only complete Institution of this klmj In Connecticut. vocal ana instrumental Instruction. Pupils prepared for the Mo. Blcal department, 01 la rale. Office hours! H to 1 and 4 to 5 p. m. 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 SELECT DAN CIS G CLASSES. Are now being formed for Beginners audi Advanced Pupils. (Important to beginners) small clauses, assuring to its members In. dividual attention, is the principal feature at this acudemy. OPENING This whole week Is devoted exclusively in receiving callers, and thorn interested in dancing whether intending to join or not are Invited to call and see the finest dancing academy in the State. Open from VA to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. BOSTON! DANCING ACADEMY, 916 Chapel street. G. FRANKLIN HOYT, Prin. o4 SHOULD YOU DESIRE to place your son In one of the best select boarding schools In New England, send him to the LITCHFIELD INSTITUTE. where he will receive thorough instruction in uu ui-ttupuuu mm I'umiuerciai orunchee besides good care and a pleasant lime. For terms, rates, etc., address ' Prof. J. M. LRU, Prluclpa.1. Litchfield, Conn. TESTIMONIAL. 1 "Prof. Lee is energetic, tlinrnnuh o,t practical, and has the faeulty of impartinit his instruction effectively. He Is both a good teacher and a good business man, hla pupils have been well and practically "Editor New Haven Journal and Courier. 1 Dancing; ail BsiiortmenL INSTRUCTION GIVEN AT, J VERU HALL, 136 and 158 ORANGE STREET, by WM. BROOKES DeGARMO OP NEW YORK CITY. For full particulars please call Saturrinwn from 3:30 to 5 p. ia- 9lurJ.