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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10 1897.
itef a If rt Another List of Suitable Things "For Gifts. Yesterday's list did not be gin to tell you of many useful articles obtained here. Fur Muffs, Scarfs and Collarettes in all fashionable furs. Red and Blue Fox Sets. Black Martin and Children's Fur Sets. Thibet Boas and Collarettes. Skunk Collarettes and Neck Scarfs. Stone Martin Neck Scarfs. Real Ostrich Boas, new. Japanese Quilted Silk Vests and i Gowns. Iceland Wool and Knit Wool ' Shawls. Shoulder Shawls and Traveling . Shawls. Special in Silk Petticoats at $7.00. Italian Silk Couch Covers. ' Men's and Boys' Sweaters. Fashionable Plaid Hosiery. Fancy Swiss and Muslin Aprons. Fascinators and Knit Capes. Infants' Cashmere Embroidered . Sacques. Infants' Silk and Wool Mittens and Vests. Infants' Kid Bootees and Felt Bootees, fur trimmed. Infants' Eiderdown Sacques at 50c. Applique" Pillow Shams and Bureau Pieces. Men's Outing Flannel Night Shirts at 50c. and $1.00. Men's Silk Mufflers, and Initial Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs. Men's Dress Shirts, etc. Men's Neckwear and Hosiery. Men's Heavy Gloves in Kid and Wool, 25 c. up. Men's Fancy Hosiery. Men's Wool Underwear. More suggestions to-morrow 762-768 CHAPEL STREET. A Pure White Clean Soap, unsurpassed for the v Nursery, Toilet and Bath. Manufactured from the best materials, ingredients calcu lated to relieve and cure the various affections of the skin, Redness, Eczema, Black heads, etc. IT IS SUPERIOR to many of the so-called Med icated Skin Soaps and a soap in every way desirable for general use. Ten cts. a cake, one dollar a dozen. Sold wholesale and retail by ILL WASHBURN HO. Dealers In COILET SUNDRIES OF EVER! DE SCRIPTION, 4 Church and 61 Center streets. NEW HAVHN. HUYLER S CANDIES. ' f HEWITT'S I DRUG STORE, Open I All Night. 1 744 Chapel St. Q I -t I M a -pound ITCH S . SOW READY, The Choicest Spring Patterns ol Leading Makes In 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. PERKY 914 Chapel Street pound boxes, Vou Knew the Kind. mi as always. 411 & 413 STATE STREET. Telephone 250-3. FLORIDA ORANGES. Fresh from the Elm City groves at Citra, Florida ; the first ship ment this year and one of the nicest lot of oranges we have ever exposed for sale. Cider Jelly. Have you tasted Cider Jelly ? We are selling it for ioc and 15c per glass. Honey. Pure California Or ange Blossom Honey strained. 10 cents per glass. H i. FULLERTOM, Proprietor, 926 Chapel Street, 1231 Chapel Street. Possibly you were disappointed in not being able to put up your own fruit last season. Our exceptionally fine Preserves will answer your pur pose perfectly. If you use them you will not regret the loss of your own. PEESH SALTED ALMONDS rewired daily Gilbert & Thompson, 818 CHAPEL STREET. Telephone 255-5. THE BEST. Jelmson $f Brother, hi out- i i - P IT PAYS TO BVY THE BEST. y I Preserves, j 15 carpets, Rugs. Mattings, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Upholstery Goods, Curtains, Draperies, Wall Papers, eta Vill i V 4 KY tiOTJSH, Ucntli of I'roeuitui V. WlUiuuis, n Former Well Known Kealilcnt. News was received in this city yes terday of the death In London dnrrv, Vt., of Freeman W. Williams, a forma well known resident of this city. Ar rangements for the funeral have not yet been completed, but tho Interment rvlllbelna lot in Whltneyvllle cemetery, which he purchased before leaving New Haven. He wus an expert and very skillful machinist. He left this city about fifteen years ago to engage in business in Londonderry where until re. cently he conducted a machine shop. He retired from that business two or three years ago, but retained valuable mill right privileges which ho utilized. When he worked In New Haven he was for years a maker of fine tools at Rey nolds & Co.'b factory on East street. He resided for a number of years at No. 22 Edwards street. He leaves a wife and no children. Ills wife is the only surviving sister of S. E. Dibble, the Grand avenue Btove dealer. Ho leaves a sister residing in Springfield, Mass. The burial will be on Monday, the time to be announced. Mr. "Wil liams's age was about fifty-eight years. DEATH OF G-USTAVE J. MAILLE FERT. Ono of the oldest employes of the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad company, Gustavo Jacques Maillet'ert, aged seventy-five years, died yesterday morning at 2 o'clock at his home, 213 Edgewood avenue, of kidney disease, after an illness of two years. He had been prostrated by the disease for the last three weeks. Deceased was a well known draughtsman and has been in that capacity with the Consoli dated road for the past forty-four years. He was a member ofthe Ameri can Society of Mechanical Engineers, of New York city, having joined that organization May 31, 18S7. For many years. He was a member of the Ameri lodge, F. and A. M., and his funeral will be in charge of the members of that organization. The services will bo held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and the remains will be interred in the Fair Haven cemetery in rear of fhe First Congregational church. He was also a member of a benefit society com posed of the employes of the Consoli dated road, and was widely respected by all classes because of his gener ous and kindly disposition. Mr. Mnille fert was born in Raymount, France.but came to this country at an early ago. In 1853 he entered the employ of the railroad company, first as a machinist, then a timekeeper and subsequently went into the office as draughtsman. He was a brother of Benjamin Maillefert, the well known draughtsman who had charge of removing the obstructions from Hell Gate, New York harbor. He was also identified with the removal of several obstructions from several rivers down south during the civil war. A wife and one son, Paul Skiff Maillefert, and an adopted daughter, Miss Daisy Maillefert, are left to mourn his loss. THE LATE H. JAWARSKI OF FAIR HAVEN. The remains of Hermon Jawarskl, who died in Fair Hirven Saturday, were cremated and his ashes have been sent to his aged mother In Berlin, Germany. Mr. Jawarskl was an engraver and designer, a-nd .lived at 199 Dover street, where ho owned considerable property. He was fifty-seven years old when he fell a victim to kidney trouble after a short illness. Ho leaves a widow. A few years ago nj brother of Mr. Jawar skl died in this country, and his body was cremated and his ashes sent to the dead man's mothe- In Rerlin. Mr. Ja warskl left instructions to have his body similarly disposed of. Monday the body was taken to Fresh Pond, L. I., for cremation. The ashes were then sent to Mr, Jawarski's mother, who is now eighty-four years old. Mr. Jawar skl was a member of the local crema tion society which has on its rolls among others, Deputy Sheriff J. Peter Dejon, Mayor F. B. Farnsworth and Judge William IC Townsend. DIED IN SOUTHINGTON. Southlngton, Dec. 9. Mr. Eunice Grannis died yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of E. H. Bacon In Plantsville at the age of seventy-two years. She suffered a fall some months ago and fractured her hip, from which she never recovered. The funeral will bo held at 2 p. m., Saturday, at the home of her brother, E. E. Stow. The burial will be In Oak Hill cemetery. FUNERAL OF JOHN ROWAN. Largely Attended by Members of Clan MeLeod, No. 31. O. S. C Many Beau tiful Floral Tributes. The funeral services of the late John Rowan were held at the family resi dence, 63 Kensington street, yesterday afternoon, and were very largely at tended by the many friends of the de ceased. The members of Clan MeLeod, No. 31, Order of Scottish Clans, of which the deceased was a charter mem ber, turned out In large numbers, and beaded by Chief T. P. Gillespie, led the funeral procession to the grave, each of whom wore their badge of of fice, which was draped In mourning. Every clansman wore a button hole bouguet of everygrsen, which was de posited In the grave. The services at the house were conducted by the Rev. Dr. Twltchell of Dwight Place church, of' which deceased was a member for many years. Arriving at the grave the funeral ceremony of the Order of Scot tish clans was conducted. Mr. Rowan was the second member of the order that has died since the order was In augurated here, and yesterday was the first time that the service has been given in this city. It was very Impres sive and greatly affected all present. The floral tributes were many and beautiful. Amongst them were a large pillow from Clan MeLeod, No. 31, O. S. C., bearing the words "Clansmen, O. S. C.;" a beautiful pillow from the family with the simple Inscription "Fa ther;" a large wreath of calaa and roses from Ewen Melntyre; a large placquo from employes of Ewen Mcln tyre & Co.; palms from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Veitch; a bouquet of pink roses from Mr. Win. J. Beers; a bouquet of palms and hyacinths from Mr. and Mrs. James Mustarde; a large wreath of roses from Robert Veitch, jr., and Johnston D. Veitch; a bouquet of white roses from Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reeves; a large wreath of ivy from David Mus tarde; a bouquet of white rosea from Carl Worcester, and others. The inter- torn to There's trouble ahead for the Housewife these days when buying Tomatoes. The trouble began with the weather. Toma toes didn't ripen. Packers were driven to fulfil contracts. Asa result, factories with a reputation to maintain, couldn't possibly can more than a fraction of their orders. But prevailing conditions didn't worry the other fellows the Toms, Dicks and Harrys went right along and filled up their cans with water, seeds, skins, anything handy. The market Is full of such trash! some one will buy it and somebody will sell it cheap. Ol'R TODAY'S PRICES FOR Canned Tomatoes are as follows, with not a chance, of their being one penny lower for a whole year: Can. Dom. MARYLANDS, 10 1.10 GUII.FORDS, ... - .Vt 1.30 "Whole" Tomatoes, .20 2.23 Blue Label (3' lb. tins), .80 2-23 EDVV. E. HALL & SON, 770 Chapel Street. V ment was in Evergreen cemetery, and tho arrangements were admirably car ried out by Messrs. Beecher & Bennett, undertakers. Pall bearers were chosen from Clan MeLeod and were as follows: John Brown, W. L. Andrew, G. D. Bone, Robert MacArthur, John MacLauhlan and Robert C. Bruce. Vt) nslonft. To the Editor of the Journal and Courier: From Mr. Llnsley's communication in Monday's Issue, one would suppose that he and his fellow veterans had been engaged in saving; the country, not as patriots for themselves and descen dants, but as mercenaries for a third party by whom they had been Inade uately pntd and from whom, therefore1, large sums were still due. The very worst feature of the pension laws as they exist to-day Is that they maintain, encourage and continually enlarge, a vast body of people whose position leads them to regard the gov ernment as a debtor and w)io are, therefore, in danger of losing a sense of the self-sacrificing and ennobling duties of republican citizenship. The government should be as a man's own household. As well look for pecuniary reward for defending the honor and sanctity of the one, as for preserving the Integrity of the other. These are the sentiments on which the country was founded; these nre the only senti ments which guarantee permanence of republican Institutions; sentiments, alas, which ssem fading away amid the murk and mists of modern cupidity and selfishness! The notlon of a money equivalent may as well be applied to one side as on the other. How much does Mr. Llns ley Owe the government for being able to shine as a veteran amid his less for tunate townsmen? For how much in hard cash would he sell his experiences in the army; the memory of heroic ser vice; the consciousness of valiant con duct; the proud satisfaction of duty, well done! What are these things worth to himself and his children? Would ho part with them all for ten thousand dollars, or for ten times ten thousand? Lot Mr. Litisley himself an swer. No people on the face of the earth have larger and warmer hearts than the Americans. No veteran of any pat riotic war will ever be neglected. But he must be worthy, and his pension must not be extended to those who hnva not shared in his sacrifices. It would be infinitely better to relegate the care and honor of veterans to the States from which they volunteered, leading to the United States the care of its own regulars. Then pensions would be on a constitutional basis and the pension bureau would cease to alarm with the decrease of Its enormous power and patronage. Then too, pensions would be better equalized; for a pension to day in Connecticut will not go half as far In supporting aj family as the same pension in Texas or Oregon. The wide Interest taken in the pen sion question Is a most Healthy sign, and encourages the hope that Ameri can common sense will triumph In this, as heretofore it has in other matters of self-government D. CADY EATON. arir.Foito. There will be a meeting of the board of education in the town clerk's ofllee on Monday evening, December 13, at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Merwin ex pect to start Monday for Rock Ledge, Florida, where they will spend the win ter. Mrs. Edward Hlgby, who has been se riously ill at her home. Is once more able to be about the house. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Plumb are making arrangements to spend the win ter in Florida. The right of way for the Mllford Street Railway company from Washing ton bridge to the Woodmont line has been secured and now the engineers r.ll make up the plans and specifications for the work of construction, which will be let by contract. The Misses Downs' dancing class for the Juniors opened on Saturday with twenty members, and on Friday, the 17th, the senior class will start with about the same number. The band stand on the green opposite Til. T. Gregory s store has been removed. The place of late had become a tramps' headquarters, and they frequented it for a place to sleep. The green looks much better without It. The trading stamp craze has struck Mllford. Several of the merchants have cards out to that effect. There will be a praise service In the town hall on Sunday afternoon at four o'clock- Henry E. Smith had the misfortune to lose his horse by colic the past week. Patent Stove Brick are Warranted. d2 ly OABTOIIIA. Tlufis- Ha.i9 in ca 31LMATI IMC ALMANAC DEO. 10. Sun Risks, 7:07 1 Moon Rises, Bun Skh, 4:'-i2 I 5:111 High Watbr 11:45 UEA1IIS. WILLIAMS 111 Londonderry, Vt., Decem ber atli, Freeuuiu W. Williams, formerly of this city. notice or runorni uereurter. MAILLBli'KitT in this clrv. December 9th Gustavo J. Malllorert. UKed 74 years, 10 months, tl days. Fuiioral services will We hold nt his late residence, No. 213 Kdgcwood avenue, on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends me invited to attend. !t JIAKlMi JjIST. -fftS PORT OF NEW HAVEN, ARRIVED. Soli Bayurd Burnett, Melmffey, Phila, conl. rich John II. May, llurroughs, Jacksonville-, Fin., lumber. Ken Mary 8. WuUou, Gilbert, . CLEARED. Sch Grace Seymour, Ilolmes, Norfolk. ltUSlDKNCU FUK SALK. RARE opportunity to secure tho most plea Hiintly tuiintt;l lot, coiner of Orange und Humphrey streets. Tim house taw three plaziiua; tho liorlii pluuxa uud whola north wide of house facets the 1'a.rk Luwns, SO feet wide, of the- Hockley, ISenton and A11 ki'ii'll niau.sious, coveting a block uud a hull'. All of the living and bedrooing ex cept three have southerly froutauo; mull ing It one of the morn, cheerful placns of residence summer or winter. Sixteen French plate glass windows, steam heat and modern improvements. Half the pur chase money can remain on mortgage at D per cent. For price und inspection, en quire on premises. dm tt ROBERT A. BKBR3. District of New Haven, ss. Probata Court, December Wh, 18t7. ESTATE of ELIZA N. GRANT, late of Slutesville, Trcdell County, North Cnro- Una, deceased. A dtilv authenticated and exemplified copy of the last will and lust anient of said de ceased, luiviiii,' been presented in ourt, and Henry D. White of New Havon, Connecti cut, having mudo written Application pray ing that the same may be tiled and record ed, as by said application on tile In this Court more fully appears, it Is ORDF.RKD That, said application lie heard and determined at fi Court of Pro tmtu to be bold at Now Haven, in said Dis trict, 011 tlm lOUi day of December, 18U7, nt ten o'clock in the forenoon, and that pub lic notice of the pendency of :ild applica tion, and of the time and place of the henr. lug thereon, be given to all parties luter kIi1 In said estate, bv nublishing this or der threo times In a newspaper having a circulation In said District. Livingston w. cleaykla.mj, dlO 3t Judge. DON'T YOU WANT Some fine fat November MACKEREL ? weigh 1 to 2 lbs. each. ur some inamonu veuge wucion j 3 lbs in a box, and not a bone. Above goods just receiveu vy D, S. COOPER CO.. Telephone 1307-3. 470 State street GUILFORD CLAMS, Rpnllfina T.Ivb Unt WllltA Unit. Itx-k.'ivav Oysters. Rock Points, Cnpe Cod. Blue Points, Glenwoods. Also (Spanish. Mackerel, Sen nass, bat men, Halibut, and all other kind of fish, all fresh and first-class, nt low prices. A. FOOTE & CO., Telephone 3S7. 353 STATE STREET. Patent Stove Brick ure Cheapest. d2 ly FOB KKNT. 142 LIBERTY street, live large rooms, $10. JUIl.N 1. . tSLUAS, u20 cod 6t 828 Chapel street. FOB BENT, TWO houses, Bradley Place, at reduced rent for winter mouths. W. J. ATWATER. d0 7t 002 Grand avenue. TO BENT, PLEASANT tenement of 8 rooms; modorn Improvements. d8 Tt 0 VERNON ST. TrsBgsr's Hots! and Restaurant, Reopened under the management of GEO. T. SANDALLS. Formerly with Park Ave. notel, N. X. Culslno uud service unexcelled. Special attention to Theater Parties anfl Banquets. oU tf A Slice of tho Earth for $200. FIVE DOLLARS CASH. BALANCE FIVE HOLLARS A MONTH. R E. BALDWIN, , dw 818 CHAPEL STREET. For Sale, DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT, No. 252 and 234 FRANKLIN STREET. Six-family house; nil in good order. Low price and easy terms. W. D. JUDSON, 808 Chapel street. OUR LONDON LETTER. The late Georfra Bunsen, the accom plished and delightful son of the baro ness, whose Life and Letters are well known In America, once told ma an anecdote of tho Princess Mary and the celebrated Banting. The princess be came, In her middlo life, enormously stout, and finding; her weight ai burden, tried several methods of redu cing it. At last, having heard much of Canting, she sent for him. She was surprised to see that he was still ex tremely bulky, and after a few civil preparatory remarks, she said, "But your system has not made you. very thin, Mr. Banting?" "Allow he, madam," said Banting and proceeding to unbutton his coat, be disclosed a large wire structure over which the garment fitted. Inside waa the real Banting, encased In another coat. "This, madam," said he, pointing with pardonable satisfaction to his cage, "was my size before I commenced dieting." He then nimbly disembar rassed himself of hia-frame work, and stood before the royal lady exhibiting his elegant figure! Apparently the Interview led to noth ing but amusement, for the good Duch ess of Teck remained very stout to the end of her day. 'Harper's Bazar. Costs IO Cents. But worth a dollar a vial This is the tes timony of liundreds who use Dr. Aguew'a Liver Pills. riiey are so sure, so mirw. so pleasant and easy acting. The demand for this popular- Liver Regulator Is so great It i 11 1 Si ' Keep up with It. bold by B. A. tktMnepH. Hewitt & Co. 84! Security Insurance Co. of New Haven. OFFICE, C7 CENTER STREET. CuBh, AisetB January 1, 1807, S755,6Ua.43 DIRECTORS: Charles S. Leete, Ojruullna Piernont James D. Dowell, A. C. Wilcox, ' H. Mason, Joel A. Snerry. E. C Stoddard, s. E. Merwin, A luiaui K. Tyler. John W. Alilne T. Attwater Barnes. CHARLES S. LEETE, H. MASON President Secretary. J. D. DEWELL. H. C. FULLER, Vice President. As't Secretary. Ucat gstittc. FOR KKNT, FRONT office; Rood light; team hent. Blil tf TUB) GKOUUB H. FORD CO. Ii)lt SALE Olt EXCHANGE, FARM, 125 acres, good building, tine loca tion ; 10 tons 01 nuy on lutm. li'tce ?'.nou. till 7t 28 LAMBEBTON ST. TO KENT. PROPERTY for storage or light manufao turlng purposes, nt 137 High street. Also a barn on the premises for rent. nu31 tf THOS. PHILLIPS & BON. I' O It SALE. 1,000 SET Patent Stove Brick. Every set wnrruuieu. uruern received d2 ly 703 STATE. FOR HENT, 100 GROVE street, six rooms, $15.50. junw T. MLUAJN, n20 eod 6t 828 Chapel street. Rents Collected E. L. BfiSSETT, 42 Church st. Room 30a FOR BUNT, COMFORTABLE, 14-rooin house, all Im provements, 245 Orchard street, near Chapel: at a very modest rent to desirable tenant. Cull Ollloe n23 tf F. M. BROWN & 00. For Sale, Two-family house, recently built, Lake Place, JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 116 CHURCH STREET. FOR SAL IS, House on Sheffield avenue. Houses in block on Dlttlo Orange street. House on Wooster Btreet, near Olive st House on St. John street, near Olive sr. House on Beers street. All of the above enn be bought below market value, and with little cash down, and win rent to net u per cent. Merwin's Real Estata Offina, n22 740 Chapel street. Furnished House, In desirable location for rent; small se lect family only. Board of owner cqulva. lent for rent. Enquire of v GEORGE A. ISBELL, 708 Chapel street, 10 to 13 a. For Sale or Rent, The one-family house, No, 480 Elm street, (corner Garden street,) 11 rooms; all mod ern improvements, Including steam heat. Dot 50x151. For rent at $35. For partic ulars in regard to Bale, CJ1AKLES II. WEBB, 850 Chapel Streat. Open Monday until 8 p. in. M For Sale, ffl Two beautiful Houses on Orange street, corner Cottage, Nob. 712 add 718. 12 rooms each. Steam heat, finished in hard wood: I with all modern conveniences. This Is tho j .... 1 1. 1 .. .1 .. . 1. .. . ,t ... 1 1 -1 .. reasonable; terms to milt. Inquire of nG JOHN E. HEADY. Poll Building. For Sale, A NEW 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's, 121 Church St. IT HAS COME I GREAT boom in Westville real estate. Many new houses to be erectea. Beauty of location and rapid transit the cause. Comnetlnz electric lines mace residents within fifteen minutes of city's center. yesiraoie lots xor sate. M. O. PABDEB, jqia tf 122 Fountain street. Westville. TO LOAN, $100,000, in Sums to Suit. HENRY A. PALLMAN, 116 Church Street, my 20 Booms 9 and II. NEW TONTINE HOTEL. GEORGE T. WHITE, Manager. The newest hostelry in town. Remod. eled from the kitchen tin. Everythlne thor oughly modern and convenient. Two dining rooms ror tames ana gentlemen, uestanr ant open until midnight. Banquets served. C OLD STORAGE at Hygela lee Company. See the antique room in tne new cure. ' nvj REAL ESTATE. Central Investment DrODertles. Imnmvori unu uuiinproveu. l' lrst-eiass resinences ana lots. Desirable two-family dwellings. MONEY TO LOAN. G. W. OSBORN, ROOM 29, BENEDICT BUILDING, 82 CHURCH STREET. For Rent in West Haven. House of seven rooms, with small hnrn S15. Also, rent of five rooms at S14. Both central and desirable, with hot and cold water, Datn, cementea cellar, etc. FUEDRIQUE R. LEWIS 82 Center street. West Eaven. FOR SALE, ON HOWARD AVENUE, BELOW THE BRIDGE, A TWO-FAMILY BRICK HOUSE HAVING ALL THE MODERN IMPROVE MENTS. CAN BE BOUGHT FOR ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS LESS THAN COST. Money to Loan in Sums to Suit, L. G. HOADLEY, HOADLEY BUILDING, ROOM 2, 49 Church Street, Office open evenings. House on Lawrence Street, Suitable for one or two families. Slants. One Cent a Word each Insertion, Qfi cents a Word for a full Week, seven times. WANTED. A SECOND-HAND WIUcox & GIbbs Auto matic Mewing JUucnlne. dlO at MACHINE, This Office. WANTED. FOR the greatest of nil animated picture perceeuns uutcuine, long or snort engage ments, or will soil the famous Bioscope, Address W. HENKY, dlt) 2t B loscope, General Delivery. WANTIil). SITUATIONS for comment cooks and see. und cms witn city rerorencesv at mus. OISTERBERG'S llwediu Employment Agency, 132 Court street. dlO 2t WANTKO. EXPERIENCED feeders for Uthographlo menses. Apply at once to J. OlTiklAN I'lJiiu. w tuck uuilrting. .Houston ana Mulberry Sts., New Yprk City. di 8t WANTED. A SITUATION as night watchman by a reuauio man 01 good nauitsi; good refer ences. Address ELLIOTT, da 7t Courier Office. WANTED. SITUATIONS for select help In all branch es uomeutiu worn: nurses, nouseueepers. dl 14t MRS. BABB, 126 Court street. WANTED. BEST Swedish and German servants are all secured Here. JCmuloymeut Agency, ja9 tf 775 CHAPEL ST. Patent Stove Brick Bake Best. fl2 ly Patent Stove Brick Last Longest. d2 ly FOK SALE. GREYHOUND puppies, mouse oolor. o t' inquire at tug BTAim bt. AUCTION SALE. A CAR load of new Mllcli Oows and Spring ers on iuursuay, uecemDer , at iu a. m. d4 6t 083 WINCHESTER AVE. LOST. JEWELED Society Pin; owner's name en- graveu on Daeit. suitable reward ir re turned to THE GEORGE H, FORD COM PANY. n24 tf BE SURE YOUR Xmas shopping list includes MALLUUI'8 dO 7t Old Curiosity Shop. FOB SALE. PIANO Property of private gentleman muy gnaranteea ana equal to new; ac cept $150.00, stool and cover. Call SMBD LEY BROS. & CO., Storage Warehouse, 173 Brewery street. d7 7t ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD will be paid to any person la 'anr Till irnn nrltv Vina hatn rlA.Anaiiiu1 s-. M iiciT V nu nui Jiou iau. A a. UUoU cloth, by li. E. JONES & CO., 401 Broad. way. New York. dO 2t The Best of Help. I am having some extra good heln fo cooking, housework, waiting on table, and upstairs work. Families from out of town find it to thelK interest to call. BARTHOLOMEW, 102 Orange Street, Bowdltoh Building, , Room No. 11. 10 PerCent. and Trading Stamps to all cash buyers is our December offer. A look through our various departments will discover wonderful values. , A Ladies' Desk in genuine" mahogany, birdseye maple, oak or birch for $3.60, is cer tainly cheap ; our assortment of these goods is very large from $3.60 to $35.00. Our large fine Couch with spring edges and well uphol stered at $9.00 is just $3.00 less than is usually asked. -. We have plenty of the cheaper ones, $5.00, $6.00 and $7, co. ; Extra nice ones, too, $18, $20 and $24.00. Our stock of Furniture and Carpet Novelties for Xmas buvers is lare varied: O r ". and complete. Buy now and we deliver whenever you wish. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnisharj, Orange and Center streets MECHANICAL DRAWING, AND MATHEMATICS. F. B. HONEY. s28 179 Church Street. THE DESSAUEIt-TROQSTWIK School of Music, 781 Chapel Street, i The only complete institution of this kind In Connecticut. Vocal and Instrumental Instruction. Pupils prepared for the Ida steal department of Yale. Office houra: 12 to 1 and 4 to 5 p. m. ESTABLISHED 1871. Hew Haven Conservatory of Music, 82 CHUBCH STREET. E. A. PARSONS, Director. Private Instruction In Piano, Organ Voice and Muaical Theory. o4 8m 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 all academic and commercial branches, besides good care and a pleasant homiT For terms, rates, etc., address Irof. J. 91. LEE, Principal, Lltchneld, Conn. TESTIMONIAL. "Prof. Lee is energetic, thorough ana practical, and has the faculty of Imparting his instruction ellectively. He Is both a good teacher and a good business man, big pupils have been well and practically tanttht. WM. G. PRATT, "Editor New Haven Journal and Courier.1' Mcii ai Dsprtiit INSTRUCTION GIVEN AT VERU HALL, 156 and 158 ORANGE STREET, by WR1. BROOKES DeGARMO OF NEW XORK CITY. For f'jll particulars please call Saturday from 2 to i p. in. c2