December 7, 1886
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
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Tuesday, December 7, 1886.
NEW ADYERTISEMENTS TO-DAT.
A Fine as Grows L. T. Law & Co.
Christmas Goods At Northrop's.
Cold Proof Wallace B. Fenn & Co.
Culler's Art Store-Open Evenings.
Elected by the People C. W. Wilson Co.
European Publications- International News Co.
Inspection C. W. Wilson & Co.
Lectures on European Art Carll's Opera House.
New FaTorite Half Hose -C. W. Wilson Co.
Novelties for the Holidays Bolton A Neely.
Notice to Ladies Mrs. O. C. Shepaad.
Open Evenings Cutler's Art Store.
Pants Stretchers O. W. Wilson & Co.
Paper Bags and Envelopes G. J. Moffat.
Pearl's White Glycerine-At Druggists'.
Royal Baking Powder Sold by Grocers.
Salvation Oil At Druggists'.
Sleighs D. Cowles Co.
Wanted Horse P. O. Box 1,518.
Wanted Furnished Room P. O. Box 884.
Wanted Cook 130 Sherman Avenue..
Wanted Situation 145 College Street.
Wanted Situation 12 Fair Street.
Wanted Situation 9 Wallace Street.
Wanted-Situation 192 Franklin Street.
Wanted Situation 315 Winchester Avenue.
Washing Machines Free Monarch Laundry Woi ks.
INDICATIONS FOR TO-DAY.
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jiot new jsngiana: enow, roiioweu j ir
weather, northerly winds, slightly warmer.
New line pocketbooks at' Doiman's.
There were 120 patients in ' the hospital
A parish meeting of Christ church will be
held this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
In the pool tournament last night Thomas
Leary defeated John Maher by a score of 11
The polls open to-day at ft and close at 5
o'clock. Get all your Republican friends to
The election returns will be announced
from the strge between the acts this evening
Republicans turn out to-day whether it
snows or not and elect Thomas R. Trow
bridge, jr., Mayor.
A man employed in Reynolds' shop had his
hand so badly injured yesterday that ampu
tation was necessary.
The receipts of the Bridgeport kinness
amounted to $5,200, which will probably be
the net amonnt cleared by the enterprise.
Many friends congratulated Col. George
M. White yesterday on the prospect that he
will be retained as assistant adjutant gen
eral. A public temperance rally under the aus
pices of Columbia division Sons of Temper
ance was held at No. 150 Rosette street last
The funeral of Mrs. Amanda Van Voorhis,
of Stratford, takes place this afternoon from
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Russell
in that town.
To-morrow and Thursday evening the ves
try and parlors of the Calvary Baptist church
will be transformed into a Christmas bazar.
A good time can be expected.
Captain Benjamin Hawkins of Southport,
Who died last Saturday, aged 86, leaves a
fortune of $70,000. He was for more than
fifty years a member of the Southport M. E.
Inspector Steward, pf Bridgeport, will in
spect Von Steinwehr and Henry C. Merwin
post, G. A. R., of New Haven, on Tuesday
and Wednesday evenings of this week. A
number of Bridgeport friends will coma with
The steamer Bridgeport is still on the
rocks at Bicker's Island. The insurance com
pany, in whose hands she now is, are caus
ing excavations to be made under the vessel
for the introduction of pontoonB, and as soon
as the wind shifts she will be floated and
immediately placed in dry dock.
Another Murderer at Large.
Hartford, Bee. 6. Hezekiah Case of
Bloomfield, who killed Monroe Friday night,
is still at large.
Republicans, don't delay until the last
moment,-bnt get your vote in early to-day.
A full vote will elect Thomas R. Trowbridge,
jr., for Mayor.
A Book Agent Found Unconscious In
Bis Itoom at Waterbary.
Waterb urt, Deo. 6. A man named Mof
fatt, acanvaeser, was nearly suffocated by
gas in his room at a boarding house last
night. He was discovered by his landlady
this morning in an unconscious condition.
Doctors were summoned and by noon he had
partly recovered. Up to noon he was Btill
able to breathe and swallow, but could not
Tne Rev. R. M. Nelson Accepts.
The Bey. Richard H. Nelson of Waterville,
N. T., has telegraphed to Dr. L. S. Paddock,
senior warden of Christ church, Norwich,
accepting the unanimous call of that parish
to become its rector. Mr. Nelson, who is a
married man about thirty years of age, is a
graduate of Trinity college and Berkeley
Divinity school. For a while he was an as
sistant minister in Stamford, Conn., and
thence went to the Waterville parish where
he has been for about two years and a half.
He is highly recommended by Bishop Wil
liams, the Rev. Prof. Einnev of Middletown
ON THE BOSEDALE.
A Clergyman anal Bis missing Travel
A New Haven clergyman writes: "The
account of robbery on the New Haven steam
ers, in the Courier yesterday morning, re
minds me of my own loss.
. "Returning from New York by theRosedale
steamer to Bridgeport last Saturday after
noon, Deo. 4, my traveling bag and contents
was taken ashore before the boat started from
New York, as I arrived early. I have never
seen them since. I was in the saloon about
twenty feet away. Several other robberies
have recently occurred on the same Bteamer,
I was told. A detective might go as a pas-
. senser on the steamers of each line a few
trips with good results."
At Howard Avenue Congregational
The course of popular entertainments at
this church is meeting with favor. The sec
ond will be given at the church next Thurs
day evening. A splendid programme for
vocal and instrumental concert has been pre
pared under the direction of Henry K.
. Beach, musical director of the church. Pro
fessor E. A. Parsons, the prominent pianist,
will render several fine selections, including
some of his own composition not heard be
fore. Miss Nora Russell, the leading so
prano of St. Paul's church, and Miss Mans
field, of the Howard avenue church, will be
the sopranos. Miss Madge Roberts, contral
to at Center church, and Frank H. Osborn,
tenor of the same church, and Dr. G. M
Bush, basso, will be among the other attrac
tions, au of these artists are well, known
here as among the beet in their profession,
Miss Mansfield is a young singer who gradu
ated at the High school last year and has
taken solo parts in High school exercises.
The concert will be varied with solos, duets
Diphtheria is a terrible disease, requiring
, the greatest medical skill to effect a nnmnleta
are. Even when its power is broken it clings
to the patient with great persistency and
often leaves the syBtem poisoned and pros
trated. Just here Hood's Saraaparilla does a
vast amonnt of good, expelling imparities
from the blood, giving it richness and vital
lty while it renovates and. .strengthens the
An TJnnsaal Interest In The Contest
A ITIany-SIded Battle Mr. Trow
bridge's Chances or an Election The
City ClerkshipThe Excitement In
Ward Politics The Constable Issne
The Town Ticket Four Happy
The election to take place to-day is one in
which a notable interest prevails all about
town, especially among the ward workers in
Democratic circles. Prominent Republicans
and some prominent Democrats whose opin
ions were obtained yesterday expressed the
conviction that Mr. Trowbridge's chances of
being elected to-day Mayor of New Haven
are good, provided the Republican party
turns out as it should and polls its full vote.
The pith of their views is as follows :
The trouble that will be encountered is one
frequently met with in local elections. It is
apathy among Republicans caused simply
and solely by the idea that the Democratic
party will elect their candidates anyway and
there is no use of making an effort. Now
this making an effort is just what is needed
to-day, and theie is plenty of occasion for it,
It is imperative and if every Republican
does his duty Thomas R. Trowbridge, jr., will
be the next Mayor. The reason for this is
the outspoken dissatisfaction prevailing
among a considerable portion of the rank and
file of tne Democracy over tne bnanley mat
ter. over the constable ticket and over the
trouble left over from the State election,
when Reynolds was slaughtered in the race
for sheriff. Let every Republican cast his
vote to day, and Mr. Trowbridge is elected.
Another reason for this assumption is this:
Mr. Trowbridge will gain not a few Demo
cratic votes from among his friends in the
Democratic party. He will also gain many
owing to tne dissatisfaction existing in the
Democratic ranks. Then there is the labor
vote nine-tenths of which will
oome from the Democrats and reduce the
Democratic .vote. Therefore it is that
the Republicans have a good fighting ohance
to-day, which it is hoped they will improve.
On personal grounds there is nothing to say in
favor of Judge York which cannot be said in
favor of Mr. Trowbridge. Both have clean
records. Both are equally qualified for the
omce. 5ut Mr. Trowbridge is entitled to
every Republican vote. His fitness for the
office is unquestioned. He is not a profes
sional politician. - He is devoted to the inter
ests of the city.- He is thoroughly acquaint
ed with the most important interests and
needs of "the city. He would devote his time
to the interests of the taxpayers and to the
duties of the position with the energy which
characterizes him in business life and in all
undertakings with which he has been identi
Said a prominent Democrat: "It looks as if
tne Democratic ticket tor constables would
be defeated owing to the commotion caused
by the leaving oil or Messrs. .fond, Uatlln
and Higgins from the ticket. Mr. Pond is
again on the ticket by Mr. Redmond's with
drawal in his favor, but there are several po
litical scalping knives being sharpened and
there will be some telling work done to-day."
There will, of course, be lots of skirmish
ing to-day over some of the ward tickets for
members of the Court of Common Council.
There will be music at the Third ward polls;
also in the bloody Seventh; and there will be
lively work in each of these wards growing
nt of the Shanley letter revelation.
About a bushel of "pasters" are in the
field for use at to-day's election, from the
mayoralty down to the third councilmen,and
it is expected that the position of counter
in the large Democratic wards to night will
be like "the policeman's lot," "not a happy
one." The interest to hear the returns will
not be small.
There are four happy men who are to be
voted for to-day. They are Philip Hugo for
town clerk, Tax Collector Tattle, City Audit
or Lake and City Sheriff Hollis. These gen
tlemen can sit and look serenely on while
the battle rages, their names being upon both
As to seleotmen there is another interest
ing contest. A leading Republican said last
night: "My opinion is that Mr. Beecher will
be elected town agent. Of course Messrs.
Treat, Beecher and Feldman will be re-elec-ed,
because of minority representation. Mr.
Feldman will as usual come in with a big
vote, as he always gets a good-sized Demo
cratic German vote in addition to the Re
publican vote. But my opinion is that
Mr. Beecher will be the next
town agent of New Haven. There
are various reforms in "the man
agement of town offices which Mr. Beecher,
if elected, has both the disposition and the
ability to make. I have no word against
Mr. Reynolds, except that it looks as if he
was handicapped in the race at the start by
circumstances unfortunate for that gentle
man, and a new deal is to my mind resolved
upon with reference to the office."
David w. snarp, tne candidate on tne
Republican ticket for Alderman in the Fourth
ward, is a veteran of the late war and served
from the beginning to the end of the great
conflict. He is a past commander of Admi
ral Foote post, G. A. R., and is very popular
among all classes. He ought to be elected
by a large majority.
Knots of Local Politicians
Were frequent in the vicinity of Church and
Chapel streets and "chinning" was lively.
The interest seemed to be centering on the
city clerkship and the constable election.
Said a well known young Democratic mer
chant versed in ward politics: "There will be
music in the Third ward to-day. Scratching
will be the order of the day. Shanley will
be scratched by the wholesale and those who
scratch his name will vote for no other name
for city clerk. This will work in favor , of
Willett. .There will also be a plenty of
scratching in the Seventh and Shanley will
be one of the sufferers. The constable busi
ness is rather mixed. The Democrats left
off Pond, Andrews, Catlin and Callahan.
Pond is back on the ticket through Red
mond's withdrawal in his favor, as is also
Andrews through a similar favor from Pe
ters. On the Republican or Citizens' ticket
are the names of four Democrats, Jacob
Mailhouse, Higgins, Andrews and Catlin.
Catlin and Callahan" are left out in the cold
and there is trouble ahead. Also," continued
the speaker, "there is an error in the Citizens'
ticket, on which Mr. Andrews' name appears
as Daniel K. Andrews. It should be David
It was commonly reported last evening
that owing to the dissatisfaction in Demo
cratic circles many Democrats would vote
the Labor ticket. The Labor vote of to-day
is decidedly an unknown quantity and is va
riously estimated at from 300 to 1,200, the
latter being the figure at which it is placed
by some of the most sanguine Labor party
The Democratic ticket for hay wards excites
deep emotion and "the people pays their
money and takes their choice." Vote early,
but not too often.
A Scurrilous Dodger Against Willett.
Another instance of Democratic trickery
was exemplified last night when Chapel
street and other principal thoroughfares were
flooded with dodgers which grossly misrep
resented the Republican nominee for citv
clerk. This contemptible dodge appears to
oe tne laac straw grasped at to
defeat if possible Mr. Willett and
elect Bernard J. Shanlev. The dodge will
nave tne eneet attributed to tne boomerang.
it will react npon its autnors and tne pur
pose in view in their circulation. The cir
cular or dodger in question was headed "A
Statement of Facts," a most ironical head
ing. When the circular was shown a prom
inent city official last night, he said: "Shan
ley realizes that intelligent voters must know
that be is to be cut by his party, and the
only ghost of a Show he now thinks he has
is to induce Republicans to scratch Mr. Wil
lett, hence the dodger. This is about the
true situation of affairs, but Republicans
thoroughly understand it. No intelligent
voter is to oe deceived by suon means."
They Won't Go Home Till Morning.
As it looks now, said a Democratic office
holder last evening, the result of to-day's
election will not be fully known until mid
night and those who wish to know it will
not go home till morning.
The minor Ofllees.
Following are the candidates for the minor
places on the Republican ticket:
For Packers Elijah Gilbert, Cornelius Pierpont,
mu. '""" r i ftiiKiui xi. nart. r runs . An
drew. Joel A. S perry, Joel P. Gilbert, Elford Brad
ley, Louis C. Pf aft. Philander a. Beebe.
For Weighers William Hart, Charles F. Tuttle.
Alonzo A. Townsend, Starr H. Baraum, Pierce
Btakelum, Albert H. Young Enos 8. Kimberly,
jamas a. ttuw, i xittKesiee, uavia H.
A Miner. Henrr E. Hotchltiss. William V Fin.h
Edward M. Woodward. H. Alonzo Stevens, Charles
urart, samuei m. ravwu, ntuuy a. jsarnes, James
For Pound Keepers George L. Ives, Henry W.
Banrora, i. &ueu nunuj, nwwr aj. jvugseii. .
For Havwarda Qeoree L. Ives. Lewis D. ChM.
sey, Luther E. Jerome, Nathan Easterbrook, Julius
Morns, jtiarvey uenuiva;, x raui j juanneii.
For Haulers and Inspectors Charles G. G. Mer
rill, Philander B. Beebe, Michael Egan, Andrew P.
HntnhfeinH- Mftver Zunder.
For Sealers of Weights and Measures Paul
Roemsler, Alexander H. Buckingham, ttamuel E,
rjihhlA. Franklin A. Curtim.
For Surveyors of Highways John L. Treat,
Louis Feldman. William 8. Beecher, George M.
White, George R. Bid, Robert L. Hazard.
For Fence Viewers George R Bill, Robert L.
Hazard, William O. Manning.
A Good Chance.
It is not often in this Democratic strong
hold that Republicans have a fair fighting
chance to elect their candidates. Vote to
day and elect Thomas R. Trowbridge, jr.,
Mayor. Don't let yonr vote be lost. It may
decide the election.
INJURED AND HOMELESS.
Israel Allen, a Homeless nan, While
Walking on Church Street Falls and
Sustains Severe Injuries His Friends
Refuse to Receive Him Taken to
the Almshouse His Hurt Proba
Pedestrians on Church street early last ev
ening noticed an old man tottering along
aimlessly and when in front of Osborn's hat
store slip on the icy pavement and fall heav
ily forward. Passers-by picked him np and
carried him into the hat store.- Blood trick
led aown his face. He had received a bad
shock and was unoonsoious. Dr. Russell was
summoned and found that besides a bad
gash over his right eye he had sustained se
vere internal injuries. None of those pres
ent recognized the injured man and the po
lice ambulance was summoned to take him
to the hospital. He became conscious be
fore the ambulance arrived and said he lived
at No. 428 Orchard street. He was taken
there, but was refused admittance. The
residents of the place said he hadn't lived
there in over a year. He was then brought
to the police office. He was in a semi-uncon-soious
condition, but it was finally learned
from him that he had no home nor mends.
He was taken to the almshouse. It was
learned by a Courier reporter that bis name
was Israel Allen, a cooper by iraue ana seventy-six
years of age. He is an old resident
of the city and formerly owned the house at
425 Orchard street. He has two sons living in
the city. His friends have been doling out
charity to him for some time, but it appears
they became tired of him. He has always
been a sober, industrious man, but luck
seems to have gone against him.
Republicans, turn out to-day and elect
Thomas R. Trowbridge, jr., for Mayor.
A GOOD SHOWU6.
New Haven, Deo. 6. A comparison of the
figures for the musters and inspections of the
Second regiment for 1885-1886 gives the fol
lowing results, which speak for themselves:
Present. Absent. Total. Present,
Increase in 1888.. 57 48 1.97
Decrease in 1886.. 9
Above figures are official.
T. T. Wnxis, Adjutant.
FOR BETTER FIRE PROTECTION.
The Annex People Want the City to
Loan Ihem No. 5's Engine In Case
The burgesses' of the Annex met
last night and arranged to appear before the
Board of Fire Commissioners of this city at
their next meeting in order to obtain better
fire protection for the borough. Warden
Hemingway yesterday visited Chief Hen
drick to see if he couldn't make arrange
ments whereby steamer 5 of the New Haven
fire department will respond to an alarm in
the borough. Chief Hendrick advised him
to see the fire commissioners and hence the
meeting of the burgesses.
A RALLY LAST NIGHT,
The Independent Labor Party Hold a
meetlngat Carll's John mcmackln,of
New York, Peter Lynch And Others.
The Independent Labor party held a rally
at Carll's Opera House last night which was
well attended. John McMackin, of New York,
who conduoted Henry George's campaign in
New York, spoke at length on the labor as
pect and urged his hearers to vote the labor
ticket at the election to-day. Other
speakers were Frank D. Farrell of New
York, Peter Lynch, the labor candidate for
Mayor of this city and George Mansfield of
Westville. Mr. John Franois Baker, can
didate for city clerk, presided and the Aiion
society rendered vocal music.
THE RED HEN.
They Lease The Athenenm For a Term
of Years Unexampled Popularity.
The Atheneum has been leased for a term
of years by the Red Men and they will hold
their next meeting there, Tuesday, 14th inst.,
when the membership by charter will cease.
The paraphervliana costumes etc. are expected
to be first used then and their elegant wig
wam will be formally dedicated January 4th
by the Great Sachem and Great Council of
Massachusetts. The grollerie ud stage will re
main undisturbed and a portion of the seats
on the audience floor so at least six hundred
can sit to see and hear perfectly. No secret
society ever started in this city has awakened
so great public interest or accomplished so
much in so short a time as the Hammonas
of Ex-Alderman Abraham
Krauss Last Evening.
Ex-Alderman Abraham Krauss died last
evening at 9 o'clock at his residence, No 31
Vernon street, aged 66 years 7 months. Mr.
Krauss was one of our well known citizens,
and was very active in city politios a few
years ago. He served the city as Council
man and Alderman, and was quite influen
tial in local politics. He was on several im
portant committees in the Council when a
member of the Board. He gave much time
to the work, and was a faithful, consistent
and useful official. He entered into what
ever cause he espoused with all his heart, and
made his influence felt. He was a good citi
zen, and kind Husband and rattier. ne was
the owner of some property, mostly real es
tate. He had been in poor health for the
last two or three years, and died of a cancer
in the stomach. He had been confined to
the bed for nine weeks past. Ha was former
ly a member of Hiram lodge, F. and A. M.,
and had been connected with Connecticut
Rock lodge since its foundation, being one of
its charter members. He leaves a wire, two
grown up daughters and one son, who re
sides in JNew xorK.
A Despicable Came Being Played by
The Democrats Names Spelled
Wrong Great Watchfulness Needed.
Late last evening there were sent out into
the doubtful wards hundreds of spurious
tickets which on their face claimed to be
genuine "Citizens' " tickets,"while enclosed
with them were "stickers" with Judge York's
name upon them. The tickets, in fact, con
tain the names of one or more candidates
for ward officers so misspelled that it gives
the name of an entirely different person.
For instance, on the ticket sent out into the
Sixth ward the name of Henry E. Norris,
candidate for Councilman, is spelled
"Morris" instead of Norris, and the same
game has been played in other wards, notably
the Ninth and Second. The evident purpose
is to so far deceive Republicans that enough
of these spurious ballots will get into the
boxes before the fraud is discovered to secure
an election of a majority of Democrats in the
next Court of Common Council. It is a
desperate game the enemies of good govern
ment are playing, and before voting both
Republicans and Democrats who propose
voting the Citizens' ticket should carefully
scan their ballots before depositing them in
the box. The oity ticket sent out by the
Democrats may be readily recognized from
the fact that it is considerably longer than
the genuine Citizens' ticket.
AFTER 39 TEARS.
The Bine And The Cray A
Capt. Bowen of the Norwich police force
while reviewing recently an old diary he kept
while he was doing service with the Fifth
Connecticut Volunteers in the Army of 'the
Potomac was prompted to write a note of
thankB to his captor at the battle of Cedar
Mountain, the major of the Fifth Virginia
regiment, of Stonewall Jackson's brigade,
for the kindness shown him at that time,
He acted, npon the impulse and addressed
Major Newton a genial letter In which he ex
pressed the desire, "If business or ciroum
stances called Major Newton north, to
have him visit Norwioh and capture him
just once more," adding. "Nothing would
please me better;" and also expressing "the
hope to meet Major Newton at Gettysburg
in August next at the reunion of the brig
ade." Major Newton received the latter,
and in response wrote Captain Bowen a fine
fraternal letter full of a spirit which does
honor to the writer as a Christian, a soldier
and a citizen of the republic In conclud
ing he said:
Well, I have had some delightful times in the
past several years with my old comrades in blue.
The reunions of the 28th New York and the 5th
Virginiaregiments were events in our history which
will live in our memories while time endures.
Many of the gallant men of the 98th New Tork
by their noble deeds of kindness have won the
hearts of the members of the 6th Virginia, and
living rnenasiup nas been established bet'
them which will last through time and eternity.
Christmas Praise Service merlden
Alnmnl Last Evening Bible talks
This Week President Dwlght's Me
. oeptlon Scheme or Recitations and
Penalty or Ten marks Professor
There will be a praise service in Battell
chapel Sunday evening next.
Thirty-five Harvard men have joined the
boxing class of Prof. Connorly.
. A large number attended the alumni din
ner of Meriden graduates last evening.
Among the professors present were Prof.
Clark, representing Sheff., Prof. Way land
the Law school and Prof. Carmalt the Medi
Owing to illness ex-President Porter has
been unable to be present in the recitation
room sinoe last Wednesday, but will attend
his class this morning at the usual hour.
The Rev. Mr. Clark, of Staten Island, gave
an informal talk on the Bible and Bible
study in Dwight hall last evening. A large
number of the students from all the depart
ments were present and eagerly listened to
the words of the speaker. Mr. Clark will
repeat his talks every evening this week ex
cepting Friday evening at the same place.
Invitations have been given to the seniors
to a reception to be given by President and
Mrs. Dwight Wednesday evening from 8 un
til 11 o'clock. This is the first reception of
the president to be given at his- residence.
and will undoubtedly be attended by a large
The engagement of Robert Appleton '86 to
Miss .Edmunds ot JNorwich, Conn., Has been
The new scheme for recitations for the win
ter and spring terms were distributed yester
day morning. All choices of studies must
be made according to the schedule as far as
possible and the elective blanks containing
tne choice or studies must be handed in on
or before Thursday of this, week or else a
penalty of ten marks will be inflicted on tne
A large number attended the supper given
by the St. Paul's club last evening. The
supper began at 8 o'clock and was much en
joyed by all present.
Contrary to the expectations of the pub
lishers, the Yale catalogue for '86-'8? will not
be ready tor distribution until after (Jurist
Recitations will close for '89 and '90 Mon
day night, and for '87 and '88 at 9:30 Mon
To-day is election day and many of the
students will cast their ballots in tnis city.
Prof. Baldwin of the Yale Law sohool
gives his first reception to the juniors and
seniors of the law department Thursday eve
ning at his residence, 44 Wall Btreet, where
they will meet president Dwight.
James Fitzgerald was arrested last night
by Detective Reilly for theft. It is said he
stole a sledge hammer and a wrench from a
man named King Walbridge. -
"High License and Restriction."
Mr. Robert Graham, of New York, by in
vitation of the Church Temperance society
spoke at Loomis' Temple of Music last night
on "High License and Restriction" as practi
cal temperanee measures. Mr. Graham is an
Englishman by birth and np to the time he
came to this country had large experience in
connection with the temperance question
and the church. His lecture last night
was listened to with much interest by a fair
Board of Aldermen.
A regular meeting of the Board cf Alder
men was held last evening, His Honor Mayor
Holcomb presiding. Alderman States moved
that the estimates for 1887 be printed in
the daily newspapers,and then on his motion
the Board adjourned subject to the call of
There was barely a quorum present, and
those who were in attendance were anxious
to get away to look after political matters in
their various wards.
Successful Capture or Highway Rob
bersA Clever Piece of Detective
SouTmNQTOtr, Deo. 6.
Constable Eagan returned from Water-
bury last evening with "Doc" Porter and
William Lalley, both about eighteen years of
age, charged with robbing John Marion of a
watch one evening about two weeks aeo.
Marion was standing near the National bank
when three young men came up and engaged
him In oonvKation. and then snatched his
watch and made off. The watch was sold in
Meriden, and Chief Ford learning of it in
formed Constable Eagan, who traced the
vouner men to Waterburv. There he was
aided by Chief Eagan, of that city, and Fri
day went to New Haven jail, bringing with
him a young man who identified John Cos
tello as one of the trio. On Saturday Con
stable Eagan went to the jail and after a long
talk with Costello learned enough to know
that he was on the right track. Costello
finally "squealed," and charged "Doc" Por
ter with the robbery. He also gave William
Lalley away. The overcoat which was taken
from Frank Main's was taken also by Porter.
Porter and Lalley both admit being in town,
but charge Costello with the stealing. They
will have a hearing Tuesday. The penalty is
a term in State prison of not more than live
nor less than two years.
The county commissioners have refused to
give Terrenes Wnnn a license.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup never fails to cure
a cough or cold in a snort lime. ixive it
Mr. J. Thomas, (of Thomas & Co., Real
Estate Brokers,) 57 Saratoga street, Balti
more, Md., indorses emphatically balvation
Oil for neuralgia.
Elected by the People.
C. W. Nelson & Co., governors of the
fashion for gentlemen's fine ontfittings. New
English neckwear, choice mufflers and silk
handkerchiefs. Best goods at the lowest
100 $3 Washing Machines Free. To in
troduce them in New Haven, if you want
one send at once to Monarch Laundry Works,
89 Randolph St., Chicago, 111. a7 Ot
Cutler's Art Store
Will be open evenings until after the holi
days, at at
For Weak Back, pain in the Bide or
chest, rheumatism, neuralgia, etc., use the
Compound Quinine Plasters, a wonderful
strengthening remedy. Sold by druggists,
Of our elegant and complete stock of holi
day goods, new silk umbrellas and canes will
convince you that C. W. Wilson & Co. have
tne right goods at tne lowest prices.
Second-hand bicycles of all makes and
at all prices. Bicycle Supply Co., 82 Front
Bolton & Neely have seventeen elegant seal
sacques they are willing to sell at a big dis
count from value. d6 6t
Seal Plush Cloaks
ecQtf At Monson & Carpenter's.
Cutler's Art store.
Speaklna About Baggy Knees
Pants stretchers $2 at C.W.Wilson & Co.'s.
Reasonable prices. City Hall
Rooms, Churoh street corner Court.
We have remaining in stock seventeen seal
sacques made from selected sealskins, Eng
lish dye; they are full length and perfect fit.
Although the price of sealskins has advanced
25 per cent, we have not advanced the price
of garments on hand, but have reduced the
original low figures fully 20 per cent. Noth
ing more acceptable to a lady than a hand
some seal sacque. Bolton & Nkelt.
Ladles1 Cloaks at Monson 8c Carpenter's
Don't Miss It
To examine those new favorite half hose,
three pairs for $1 at C. W. Wilson & Co.'s.
Stony Creek And Branrord Oysters
Served in all styles at the City Hall Restau
rant, Church street corner Court. nl7 tf
misses' Cloaks at Monson tc Carpenter's
AH cream butter at the Creamery. tf
Bicycle Supply Co., 83 Front street, all
kinds of job enameling.
THE PEOPLE'S STORE V
Just received another car of Elberon Plour.
$5.75 per barrel buys it.
ill pounds C sugar $1.
17 pounds coarse granulated sugar $1-
95 barrels choice sweet potatoes; 20e peck buys
Pound Sweet Apples 40c peck.
21 varieties of crackers for sale.
10 barrels choice Carolina Rice; 4 pounds for SSe.
15 barrels cranberries, fine stock; 8c quart buys
llTbarrela very choice pea beans; 8o quart buys
th5 barrels new crop fancy New Orleans molasses;
50c gallon buys It.
Plow Has Advanced. -10
boxes Baker's Breakfast Cocoa in Una; S4o
buys it. '
R. W. HULLS. - 883 State Street.
R. BALLERSTEIN & CO.'S,
841-84 3 CHAPEL STREET.
Having closed out a manufacturer's entire
Btock of Ribbons, we shall place on our re
tail counters this morning the largest assort
ment of Plain and Fancy Ribbons ever
shown in New Haven.
For Dress Trimming.
For Fancy Work.
Of every width and hue at importers' and
We shall offer also a large line of
SILK PLUSHES AND SATINS
In all qualities.
Goods marked down in every
Our large stock of Felt Hats, Fancy Wings
and Ostrich Tips at cost.
At Cost of Material,
Do not fail to visit onr establishment this
R. BALLERSTEIN & GO,
841-843 CHAPEL STREET.
AS FINE AS GROWS!
The meat we are cutting up is the best to be had
and our prices cannot be touched for the same
Extra quality rib roast beef 16c pound.
Extra quality chuck roast beef 10 and ISc pound.
Extra quality loin steak 80c pound.
Extra quality Porterhouse steak 20 and 28c
Extra quality top round steak 16c pound.
Extra quality bottom round steak 13c pound. .
Extra quality lamb, hindquarter, 14c pound.
Extra quality lamb, lee. 16c pound.
Extra quality lamb, loin chops, 16c pound.
Extra quality lamb, rib chops, 16c pound.
Extra quality lamb, stew, 7e pound.
All our merchandise is active. We have many
trades that cannot be replaced.
Ii. T. LAW & CO.
968 and 265 Wooster Street.
CRAND DISPLAY. PUBLIC INVITED
STOCK IN THE
OITT OF FINE
XXL HOLIDAY PSESIOT,
790 CHAPEL. ST.
8. BUTIETHAU k I
FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE
We are prepared with a
Which we are offering at
VERY LOW PRICES.
Gall and see onr stock of goods.
Largest in the City .
Notwithstanding other advertise a
redaction In price we snarantee oar
prices to be as low as the lowest.
THE BOWDITCH & PRUDDEN CO.,
4-76 Orarure Street.
Given Away This Week !
A few' more of those -Decorated Bread
Flatters, Pitchers and Dishes. Dolls of
ail descriptions. Large Majolica
Jags, Glass Dishes of all descrip
tions, China Plates, China Caps
and Saucers, and lots of oth
er nice things with lb.
Tea and 1 lb Coffee at
AMERICAN TEA CO.,
405 State Street, near Court.
Importers of Fine Teas Look for Elee
JOHN W. GILSON, Manager.
THE "MOTHER HUBBARD
Rue Attachment for all Sewing Machine?.
The latest and beet out. Easy to learn. Easily sold.
Male and Female Canvassers
WANTED. Send $2.00 for outfit to
LUDLOW & LACEY,
The Crane and Franklin Stove
833 Chapel Street,
KSXT DOOR TO M'lNTYRK, MAODIBB CO.S.
FURNACES, RANGES. STOVES AND KITCHEN
Sole Acents for the macee Usage and
Ranges and Furnaces repaired. Tin Roofing
and repairing. segQ
42D STREET, NEW YORK.
Opposite Grand Central Depot
ADJOINING LINCOLN BANK.
m Rooms from 50 cents upwards. Elegant
suite for families. Restaurant Arst class at
moderate prices. Baggage to and from de
pot free. Ki. H18EIT.
is - . -
W. H. HiLl,
K. C. Bsnnrrr.
BICYCLE SUPPLY CO.,
a avwra iron
Royal Mail, American Star and
Parts and sundries. Rubber Tires, Cement, etc.
always on nana. ' i
495, 497, 499 and SOI STATE STREET. .
We have those new Btyles of Ladies1 Pocketbooks in Morocco, Seal and Alligator Leather.
Our stock of Christmas and Vew Years Cards are now ready.
Writing Desks, in Rosewood, Mahogany and Walnut, highly polished, with lock and key.
Toys and Games in abundance. Child's Decorated China Tea Set. Tin Toys. Magnetic Toys.
Lanterns. Toy Furniture. Surprise Boxes. Comic Figures. Dolls, etc.
Santa Claus has made his headquarters at our store this sear. -
SKATE BAGS, SKATE STRAPS AND SKATE SUPPLIES.
Also the finest line of Tools in the State.
Onr prices are right at the Hardware and Tool Store of
N. T. BUSHNELtL & CO.'S,
112 Chapel St., 99 and 103 Union St.. first Door Below Citv Market.
All the above styles for Ladies, Misses
and Children the finest
Boys' and Youths' light
Men's light and heavy Rubber Boots.
Men's light "Siberian" Arctics.
Men's "Zephyr" Overshoes."
Boys' and Youths'
strong and serviceable.
Every Style of Rubber Boots, Rubber Shoes
and. Warm Arctics in our immense stock o
water and cold proof goods.
844 AND 846
A fine stock of Christmas Cards and Artistic
Novelties; an addition to the elegant stock of Cnt
Glass ia Salad Bowls and Nappies, also a mag
nificent Punch Bowl; New Vases and other arti
cles of Bris-a Brae; new Etchings, Engravings
and Photographs, with frames for same at most
reasonable prices; New Brass Goods in very de
sirable articles. Special effort has been made
to collect elegant goods at low prices.
150 Test Water White
KEROSENE OIL AT 10 CENTS PER GALLON,
BOSTON GROCERY STORE.
Baker's Chocolate 38c per pound.
HONEY. HONEY. HONEY.
Pure California Honey IO cents per pound.
PURE MAPLE SYRUP.
Gallon cans 89c, quart bottles 29c.
'We are receiving shipments of
week. Look out for bargains in
N. A. FULLERTON,
9IO CHAPEL STREET.
t3BBranch Store 448 Slain Street, Bridgeport. Telephone,
Youths' Heal Calf, Lace or Button (11 to 2)
Boys' Real Calf, Lace or Button (3 to 5 1-2)
ALL SOLID IN EVERY PART.
Everyone who has worn this shoe is onr reference
Someone right near yon has worn or is
wearing: a pair. Ask them and
their advice will be
814 CHAPEL STREET.
LADIES, Enamel your range on the
sides twice a year, the top once a
week, and von have the finest Dolished
Jtove in the world. 12x18 chromo for
1 10 cts. Pablor Pridi Mr s Co., Boa
jton. Mass. For sale by all dealers and
Silas Galpin, John R. GarlocV,
n. u.ficnwaner, u. w- liawj a jo.
H. Hendrick. Frank M. Hall.
3. S. Adams. W.8. Foote. 106 DeWitt.
H. Hoffmeister. Robinson.
- CurtimA Pierpont, BeardsleyA Story,
C. P. Merriman.
ag Yale. Bryant A Co.; Manof actorer's Agents,
"By s thorough knowledge, of the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and nutri
tion, . nd by a careful application of the fine proper
ties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Eppa has provided
our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored bev
erage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills.
It Is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that
a constitution may be gradually builtupuntilstrong
enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hun
dreds of subtle maladies are noating around v.m ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may
escape many a fatal shaft- by keeping ourselves weu
fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished
frame." Civu Service Gazette. -
Hade simply with bo'ling water or milk. Sold
only in half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus:
JAMES EPPS & Co., Homoeopathic Chemists,
feSStu&wedtf - London. England.
on niem Pfafladelplsfa
UainK Agrency or Ma-tar
Envelope Manufacturer, Printer
"Persian" Cord Arctics.
High Button Arctics.
"Siberian" High Button Arctics.
goods in market.
very high cut Rubber
Rubber Overshoes, made
M k CO.
. Salter's Breakfast Cocoa, 12 pound tins, 35c,
very fine Florida Oranges every
onr Fruit and Confectionary cle
BEST SHOE I
Ever Offered For The Money
C U RTAI N S,
H.W. FOSTER & CO
48 ORANGE ST
We Cater to No Particular "J Vs's"""
DRY GOODS.; Class sut We,cotoe 4,1 and CARPETS.!
mwwwvpi. Provide for AIL : .....:......TT..:
Fully Two-Thirds of our Entire Establishment
DEVOTED TO THE DISPLAY AND SALE OF
istias ai Mew Tear's Coois.
In anticipation of the demands
we have made extensive preparations for the present Holi
day season. Our stock of Fine, Medium and Low Priced
Goods is double the size of last year and to accommodate this
immense btock w e have devoted to this display more than dou
ble the space of any former season. On entering the store one
is amazed at the Great Collection of Useful and Ornamental
Articles intended for Holiday
tered to and every purse has been
are displayed articles beautiful
NOVELTIES IN PLUSH
Are worth a journey of many miles to see. There are Magnifi
cent Dressing Cases in different Colored Plushes, lined with con
trasting shades of Satin, filled with every article known to the
modern toilet Also Jewel Cases and Perfume Sets, Comb and
Brush Cases, Odor Cases and Toilet Sets, Beautiful Albums,
standing or on easels. A hundred designs in Thermometers.
Cciitlemen's Shaving Sets, Artistic Brass Goods in great variety, Infc
Wells, Smokers' Sets, Japanese Goods and Vases, a magnificent
line of Art China and Classes, Bisque Figures and Rogers'
Croups, Writing Desks and Work Boxes in Fancy Woods,
Juvenile Books, Autograph Albums and Scrap Books.
Novelties in Brass and Silver Easels, Silk Handker.
chiefs, Cloves, Linen Handkerchiefs in boxes
with Initials, Umbrellas, Silk and Lisle Ho
siery. Toilet Cushions in Satin, elegantly
embroidered and with bottles to match
Embroidered Table Covers, Bureau
and Stand Scarfs, Elegant Table
Cloths and Napkins to match,
thousands of Dress Pat
terns in Silk, Velvet and Fabric, Plush and Seal Sacques.
A magnificent display on our Second Floor. Here Is everything that can amuse or in
struct the Youth. Printing Presses, Locomotives, Swinging Horses, Games, Soldier Out
fits, Sleds, Carpenters' Tools, Building Blocks, Drums, Wonderful Dolls, Bagatelle Tables,
Shooting Galleries, Guns and thousands of articles, new and novel.
Among the useful articles on our Second Floor are Carpets, Bugs, Mats, Upholstery
Goods and Draperies, China Dinner and Tea Sets, Plain or Decorated Vases, Fancy Glass
ware, Lamps, French Bisque, eto.
We extend a cordial invitation to all to visit us. You will find our assortment unri.
vailed and our prices the lowest.
TROY, N. V.,
Broadway and Third St.
SECURITY INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW HAVEN.
NO. 2 LYON BUILDING, 769 CHAPEL STREET
CASH CAPITAL, ..... (300,00:
Chas. S. Leete, Thos. R. Trowbridge, J. A. Bishop
Dan'l Trowbridge, A. C. Wilcox, J. M. Mason
Jas. D Dewell, Cornelius Pierpont, Wm. B. Tyler.
CHAS. S. LEETE, President.
JAMES D. DEWELL Vice Presides
H. MASON, Secretary.
GEO. E. KETTLETON. Assistant Secretary,
F. A. CAKLTON,
Plumbing, Steam and Gasfitting
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
OFFICE 190 George, cor. Temple St.
STEAM HEATING BUILDING.
836 Chapel Street,
Is offering the following: goods:
Full assortment of
Full assortment of
Full assortment of
Full assortment of
Full assortment of
Full assortment of
Full assortment of
Full assortment of
German town Tarn,
Full assortment of
German Knitting Yarn,
Full assortment of
Spanish Knitting Tarn,
Full assortment of
SAMUEL H. KIRBY'S
834 Chapel Street,
Will be open evenings on and
after Saturday, Not. 27. until
after the holidays.
Happy New Year!
Everybody mads happv with those elegant
Photos made by our new
: - And only -
8Q.SO -XXc3L $0.00
Per dozen for Satin Finish Cabinets and
ft l.OO, 1.50 and ft3.00
ner dozen for Fine Hi eh Gloss Cards. AU elazed
by our new patent 8atin Finisher the only one in
Large Photos for framing;.
t Jr Bring in yonr orders earlv. You are all in
Prices lower than at any other firsWsIass
gallery in New Haven.
3931103 31VA SXISOddO
IS T3dVHO frlOI9 ZIOI
sxquwiu 3 nun
of the largely increased trade
Gifts. Every taste has been ca
considered. On everv hand
and artistic. The exhibit of
k KEEL Y.
Chapel, Temple and Center Streets.
GKEAT CLEARING SALE
On account of retiring from business.
M. E. J. BYRNES
Offers her large stock of Fine Millinery Goods com
prising an elegant assortment of
Fall and Winter Trimmed and
Untrimmed Hats and
Plain and Fancy Feat hers. Wings
Tel vets, Plushes,
and Millinery Trimmings.
MOURNING BONNETS AND CRAPE OFFERED
FIXTURES FOR SALE AND
STORE FOR RENT,
f.l. E.J. BYRNES,
97 ORANGE STREET,
COACH, CAR AND FURNITURE
OILS, FAINTS, BRUSHES,
BOOTH & LAW,
Corner Water and Olive Streets
We Hare In Stock A Very Fine
QUARTER STRIKE CLOCKS.
Monson & Son
796 Olia pel St.
Spencer SLMiaf Qiews,
tat Street 243
SPECIAL SALE UNTIL FKtCSENT STOCK IS
. CANTON GINGER,
IN LARGE . POTS, AT
REGULAR PRICE $1.25.
PERFECT QUALITY GUARANTEED.
EDW.E. HALL & SON,
770 Chapel Street. .
770 Chapel Street.
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