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NffWlTAVFMnnNtt iOtmNAt ANtfCOUlllB. T.RTRSPAY, NOVEMBER 29 1894.
AFTER the Turkey o SUPPOSE YOU WANT Plain or self-figured Dress Stuffs-the kinds that any woman can wear, and that almost Every Woman Is Glad to Be seated, please. Notice this sort and that and that and so on until 31 6 pieces have been shown you and no two alike. Just the plains and self figuresWhlpcords, Benga lees, Serges, Armures and the like.' Three hundred and sixteen "choices." And all sparkle with all the newness and novelty that can be crowded Into plain and self-figured Dress Stuffs. 75o., 85c, $1, $1.10, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75. Sight-band Aisle. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. KOAL. ) am now delivering Koal In cellar direct from wagon. Avoia an dirt and buy of W.F.GILBERT, C5 Chtircli Btrect opposite Portofflce, 89toJi Railroad ATenne; V SPECIAL SALE FOR THANKSGIVING. We have secured about four thousand pounds extra fins Raisins, worth 18 ots per pound j for the next ten days you can buy them " at oettts, 8 lbs for 24 cents. . New imperial RalslhS by the pbund or in quarter boxes, New Seedless Raisins, New Currants. New figs, New DateNPrur, ; ; English Walnuts, Peoans, Filberts, Almonds and Brazil, SPICEa . OdtSploes are pure and 6f the bfestquallty. , , 1 CANDY. Soniefhltig New Ftenob. Chips, Coconut Creams and Buttercups, t medial prices. . at THE ' . BOSTON (1B0CEBY, N; "JL FmAMUTOTS, PropT, 926 Chapel Street, corner of Temples -BiHBCl) Stdre and Market, 1231 Chapel street FISE FLOOR COVERINGS All grades of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Oil ClotbJ, LlnbteUmk, eto., ' : frtibweM wleseter quolci , ! Iftgraih Carpets. - - Never so low in price, never is chdloe in design and quality si how. Oriental Rugs. I'.'fe hat JW HeiTH a new inl$merit, 6om'prisl'ng tome very ehoioe ' Rafei and Mite. Long Rugs for halls, Sto. ' " IIEiyilUVEU WINDOW SHADE CO., ; . .68, 70 and 72 Orange Btreett :.. flllS WKEL . MdUI PBIOES OK I AltQ-fl ,V4BII3T Y; Of 1 :;-.-. THE mm THANKSGIVING . Is Italy Hete And Something Must Bi Done. It teem n though something oould be elected from the following io m-ip ut that NewEuglaml Holiday. Cbolue fnncy bttiiuh Malaga Ralilne, Choloe Loom MuwMeU. California loose, rery good, lOo lb. Kxtra fine CItrou. Orango and Lemon Peal. ' New Currant, Seedless Raisins. Pur PViill Tall a. .Tumi. etO.. 6tO. I frlorldu Orutign, Grape Jfrult, Ba nanas, Cape Cod Orauberries. New White Houey In comb and trained la bottle. . Extra large new Fig. P.nk Malaga Grape. Fine Olive Oil. Caper's Poultry DreulDg. Mrs. Taylor's Mine and Flum Pud dings, tn glass; the richest of the rich. Franoo-Araerloan, 1 lb and t lb tins. Atmore's Minos in 8 auart Jars. Paper Shell Almonds t Grenoble, Bra zil, Filbert and Peoau Nuts, all now. Boiled Cider, auart and pint bottles, Coffee, Tea and Spices the highest grades in market a speololty ot them Is made by us. A Mg variety of Cheese. Our Sep tember factory is very fine we out at 16elb. Sage Cheese Just reoelved from err mont dairy; it will melt tn your mourn, BUTTER 1 We are havlua a lively trade in But ter ; an Inside figure Is given us, and we give the trvaLilV an insiae ngure. iuo quality is fine ; made In one of the best creameries in the country by one of the most expert makers, we CHALLENGE COMPARISON. We offer i Pound and half pound cakes, per lb, 88o, 5 and 10 lb boxes, per lb, 81o. We shall lead this market, and the maker and owner will do their part. We have it In SO and 60 lb tubs for 80c per lb. It Is made every day and re ceived by us three times per week. Old laid down Butter with Its old taste WON'T DO : it is a baok number. 25 oases of Heubleln's make of Cook tails. (10.80 per oase to the trade ; also Hub Punch. 8,000 gallons 4 years old California Port, Sherry, Angelioa, Catawba and Muscatel Wine f any of them for. 11.00 per gallon, or zoo quart Dottle. Champagnes, Sauternes. Clarets. Imported and California, Very Dry and Dry Sherries imported by us direct from the makers in uaaiz, Spain, ranging in price from $3 to aiS gallon ; Borts ranging about the same. Liebotsclianer Lager, (1.00 per dozen. We are sole agents for its sale in New Haven. 1 AgGod stock of Imported and Do mestic) Cigars; yuiALii.'iiss, JLiava, colors and prices to suit. 411 and 413 State it., cor. Court. bags and carried Into the nrD0.SEA,3E& COLORS AND ijftliES. DXAVmi UU, c MINIATURE ALMANAC. NOVEMBER 8. Hun UiKim. aim tilt, :tt I I man watsh. I . 1IU . . DEATH. DAI.L-In this city. Nnveuibeefl at her of tun late Win. L. Usll,satl M rears sn4 T luuiitha. A Funeral wtrvlee nt bar 1st h.ilas, W Foot treat, r, Hay, Nov. an. at f M p. m. urmi Kl'NZ-ln Woudor.d, November H CharM 11. kuna, seed a four. month, 1 . Funeral service will Iw bald t the rldetio or hi rat bur, Jacob Kun, in wuuuoras-, Thursday, November W, si 1 p.m. Relatives smi irli'U'U are respectfully Invited to at. Usui. Interment lu w MAUISKLisf. ' SHRIVSD. loh Mary Ana, CMIIns, V. 1 ., Iron, Boh Jane Or sot, Miller, N. Yn sum. CLSAHSO. Boh M. F. FiteHlmmotn. Dawson, m Hob l'hosnlx, Uaritou, K. V. 28A BUYS BU8IHKH9. STOCK, nxlures ; WHble for lady. . oWlti WAUNHK. ss Center. UAY MAKK. BIX I EES HANDS, jl. iittRt WARNER. s Center. fill 1 tml 114 THANKSUIVINU DINK - It TO-DAY A T Mrs. Footo's "Plain and Plontir" restaur J. rant, No. Wtl Chapel tre t. n89 llj . uuutl mini. tJXTEK810N table, two carpet; Cheap If AJj .out to-day. NtHuivuuiATfiAUA. IISW jit . PROOF KKADKIt WANTED. noMPRTKNT nmnf rMilm- tn aiwl.t W J literary workt a puruian.nt place for the rlifht person. Ad.lrw. HOX. 1154, att Now Haven ro.tomoe. FOIt RENT. TESIRABLE and oonvenlent suit of rooms, XJ No. 51 Oromjo street. tnw ii) li. M. BAKTrioi.OMKwai urangc be, FERKKTH. MOCKIXO BIRDS, YBLItOW breast parrots and African grov tiarrota. Harts mountain oaaarlcs, for Sole at EiNSKuEU the Bird Man, u'ii lit 780 BMte street, THE Now Haven County Agricultural Society WILL HOLD TIB ANNUAL MEETING Wednesday, December 18th, at 10 o'ciooks. m. In Boom No. Is, Insurance Building. A full attendance 1. daiiretl. n28dlr DWIOHT N. CLARK, President, DENTISTRY. Q. H. OIDNEY, 797 Chapel St., . North side. Six dour. Below OranSS.establtsbeH 1871. Den. ttntry In all Its branoiies. Prices the lowest oonsl.tent with ttratxslais work. Ci ATtTRDAr. December 1. E. Hbufleworth O our specialist on the eye, whom wereo- omraena as one oi tne beet, win oe witn us, and will tnnke no ehArrt tn examine the eves. All glasses guaranteed with prloes. to suit the times. WKklfl & ttUNUE 788 Ubapel street, Anrtual Town Meeting Call THE Annual Town Meeting of the Town of New Haven Will be held on Tuesday, De- cember 4th. 1881. at 8 o'clock a. m.-aad bv d- journmentto Banquet Hall, formerly li a- coin rolo Kins, junapei street, at s o ciock m. Tbursdav. December tn. iwi, rortne ouowing purposes, to wit i To elect town officers as Drescribed by law, and flU all vacancies ocourrlng by expiration of terms of office of such offioers as . were elected as trie last annual town meeting. To lnv a tax on the d ills and ratable estate of the town of New Haven, upon toe grand of New Haven. ud list of lt. To vnt.n from the treasury of the town eprtnln mtikn for tliU solhrv of tag town asent, town clerK ana tne town treasurer, ior ine yoarofl84. . To vote ad appropriation from tbetreaiufy Ot tuetownto tne ftew naven jjitsuvnaury for meJlcal assistance to the poor of thetown 'I'n vntn in nnnnmritlhn fpom the treasury Of the town to the New Haven OrphanAsyj lum and St. Fran els Orphan Asylum for aid Insupporting tne poor eaiiareu ot ute wwu for the ensuing yesri To vote upon the question shall any person h. Kimiiiwl In krII HDlrltuous and lntozlcatina1 liquors in the town of New Haven for the term OX one year, iroiu mib up uny yaiiu ai y, 18:15, a petition for sueh a Vote of the le iral voters of the town upon the question havinir been made to the selectmen, in ac cordance with the statute law passed by tn oananii awimnhlvnf 18143. To vote an appro pri tlon bf $10,000 from the treasury of the town to the New Haven Park Commission for the maintenance antl iMtimttADinnl', nf niihilc narkfl To vote an appropriation from the treasury of the town to the School District for the purpose or rurnisning iree texiuaoKs aim sta tioiicry. To vote an appropriation of $10,000 for the filling In of that part of the Beaver Ponds bounded west by Crescent street, south by Golf e Street, east by County street, and north bVHtnry streeb ...,. -v., . . To vote an apprOprlatioh not exoeediiig 112,000 as the aunual appropriation for the year IK earlSWIorvne puruoaau uuu unuumtj ui the Beaver Ponds district. To pass a suitable vote, for an appUloation to the legis alure of the State to transfer the power of the selectmen relative to the pur chase and draidage of llthds in the - Beaver ponds district to the New Haven Commission OT ruoitu rwriK to vote an tnwn of New wards, for the nf ..Id friinrn. tha inval voters of the town Of New Havtm Will vote by ballot lit tha respective Wards whant r.hfcv are rexlltetea on the reviSsd rah-. Is try list last completed, for juch offioers as are required: ana for the fleolsiotr of the above stated license question, those in favor of persons being licensed will vbte a lloense ballot, those opposed win vote a no lloense Xes'for be reception of ballots Win be opened on Tuesday, the 4th day of. December, 1894. At ft o'elook a. m . and wlh remai n open untlrs reiock p. m, of .the same daft tlhe 18 fit ft 0,'e look a. m ., a UntifS trWock p. m, oi fniiritHtts: niaeesi to wit rouowing pmoeai t" I 1st tUstrtei-iu Crown street, corner Greg. dpiBtri'ot-aiy supply Souse, coiner bak and spruce Btreew. . . 4th Sistfietafiblambus avenue, tCknfi 5th DisTlct-s4l foiostey IfareeicbrnerOl Ire street . th Diatriet-48 St. Jahn str (th Dlstrlot-eS Foote etrMt, ilS Dlstriot-M ChapV ttreet. 18th DlstrtotJJtssodlehaU, Fttnnnjlh ttraet. 14th illlMTlOV BthDIstrtot-j riot Bnslas Housej Ami : rlot- 6 Forbes Svetahe, Aftn H.'. Mew RSten.Oonmilfovemberlwt J.B.C0NNI1 IBKZ JL BAbBWIM, , S ' ItttHH. Selectmen of the Town of new fcavear ;.Phrsol thetown o: toting districts at tas tlma and place above ated. B i -u.- UviwriuH. As usual Manager Bunnell has , a most excellent Thanksgiving attrac tion, matinee atid svsnlhg. this year, In Rice's Surprise Party In that favorite xtravagansa, "14M." The changos since It wit last given here will cause to take on the aspect of an entirely new performance. .' All the favorite performers who were Identified with Its first production here will be found their old places. Theresa VauRhn Well pleases all with new songs. Ed ward Favor will be the royal treas urer, and Richard Harlow, the daisy queen of Spain, a characterisation In every way remarkable. Then there are Walton and Blavln, the tall and short conspirator; Edith Sinclair as the Implacable royal cook, and shapely Eileen Karl as the royal herald. Miss Lottie Neville, John H. Ktefe, Miss Tolande Wallace and Walter Jones, all favorites, also appear. Madams Quthrle-Moyer, the eminent soprano who will assist Mr. Sousa In his concert here Saturday night, Is art exceptionally fine ' artist, combining with consummate grace and ease upon the stags a pure method and a magnifV oent soprano voice cultivated to the highest degree. As a Wagnerian dra matlo singer or in the field ot fiorlture she la equally afc home, and Is certain to delight all Who listen to her in spiring work. Grand Opera Hou.e. "In the Tenderloin" will be the Thanksgiving attraction this afternoon and evening. Those Who go to witness the melo-drama. founded on New York lire after hlght with the expectation ot witnessing a trashy, repulsive play Interpreted by a cheap company will be disappointed, agreeably surprised, the management, declares, as there is not an offensive or Indelicate line in the whole piece and a wholesome moral Is inculcated. The Company is an un usually strong Che, headed, as It Is, by one of the finest actors In the Coun try, Frederick Bryton. The Scenes vividly represent the famous resorts of the famous Tenderloin district, but nothing objectionable takes place in them. George Appo, the noted Chinese American ex-greeh goods operator, and Tom Gould, ex-proprletor of the most celebrated resort in New York, are with the company, but nothing that they say or do is vulgar or offensive. As the seats are entirely sold out for the evening, it would be advisable for all those who desire good seats for the matinee to secure them early this morning. Box office opens at 8 o'clock, Like the old play, "Ten Nights in a Bar-room," the play teaches morality and Is worthy the Countenance and support of the respeotable masses. The "White Bauadron " A. T. Fear son's magnificent , naval drama, Will be presented Fridy and Saturday and Saturday matinee. Miss Myrtle 'Kingslatid -appearB nightly in the lecture hall annex at th Grand Dbera house ana aenent: the Visitors with her clever entertain ment, "Art, Poetry and Song." Poll' Wondfcrlanu1 Tnfctfer. Owing to the immense throngs attend ing dally Mr. Poll gives an extra per formance to-day in order that all may have an opportunity of Seeing the great c'omeajf sketch, "Cleopatra tip to Date," as presented by Leclalr and Leslie. It IS a great attraction. Mft Le"clair'S por trayal Of Mine. JahauSchek in "The Harvest Moort," is wbttderfuii? fine, and Mr! Leslie's successfully lifnperBohates tne acting of John T. Raymond, Henry Irving, Jimmy Russell and other riotad entertainers. Joldle and St. Clair's black face sketch . is excellent More land and Thompson present a beautiful ly refined comedy sketch, and Miss Thompson dances bewltehingly. Miss Rita Duraud la a pretty young woman who finely sings topical songs. Other artists who swell the attractions are HlggiAs and Leslie, Kauffee and Hill, the Gloss Brothers,, and Prdf. Hampton wlih his jumping dogs and acting cats, CeVbett and Mitchell. Persons who have not been able to get in so far this week owing to the rush- can spend Thanksgiving quietly and profitably at the Wonderland to-day, When an extra performance will be glvem WEsrritlx, t-- "ti Arthur N. Farhani has returned from the south, where he has spent several Weeks. Mr. Charles Cornish has returned from Kngland, where he spent last summer at his Home In Derbyshire. Arthur Cothrell has left his position at .the Greist Manufacturing company on account of his ill health. , Mr. Michael Welch, a brother1 to Pi J. Welch, the Main street meat dealer. Is able to be out after his illness of a rtfonth. ' , - BHefhiah Foote, Mb is in, the Silver plating business Ih Providence, R. I., is home to spend Thanksgiving With h folkS. . it The congregations et thg Methodist and Congregational churches Will unite th service this, ThankSgiying, morning at the Methodist church, Rev.Mr.Howe, pastor of the dorlgregatiotial ehurch, Tuesday night the Westviile hose and hook and ladder company with their young lady friends went td West Ha' van Ann intended a banauet given by James Graham hook and ladder comi- panyNo. l. . . "-''i., 7 Thk jsionemnii" The alleged elopement b? Hiss Rose Reynolds, a daughtef of the late As sesSor Michael Reynbids, ahd Frederick Nottingham, iiquo? .ftahi -itf a piece of Action tiiibllshed in 'an aiternooit riewff paper yesterday There wag no slop ment whatever. Miss Reynold was married at t d'etoek list Tnesday etter nobtt trj Mn Nottingham in St. John' rhlrrr-h M th ttev. Father Brajfv : Mlsfc Nellie Lynch -Was krtdesmald And Daniel NMtmcnam -waaps groffltflsman. The Vrirtol nalr Are now eh Jtwedflln tnuA They did not elope t New Torn rt get H-ALUMFOHIt. Jtdrtti ftarrn Mil .mart Fonnd Vnenlt .eluhM.HI ae ts y trltlrl-lnral Maw. About I o'clock yesterday morning Nehemlah Smith, a milkman from North Haven, was found lying In an unconscious stats and badly bruised at the foot of the stone steps that lead down to the basement under Turner's meat market On Hall avenue. A little girl who lives over the market mads the discovery and Informed one of ths employes In the market, who . with others investigated and found Smith lying beside his milk can, where he had fallen nearly three hours before. Warden Botsford, who happened along at the time, drove uptown after a doc- tot and tnon returned with Dr. Coudert and later Dr. Andrews came down. The injured Man was taken Into the market and cared for and later wns removed to his sister's, Mrs. B. H. Nichols, home In North Haven. Dr. Andrews,' who aCompanied him, re turned late In the afternoon and stated that when he left him he was still unconscious and It was believed that his skull was fractured. A report later In the evening stated that he was dead. Mr Smith Is a young man, un married and bears One of the best of characters. Willis Turner, who con ducts the meat market, states that he noticed the milk wagon when It stopped In front of the market shortly after G o'clock and nothing strange about It Until nearly an hour later he noticed that the wagon was still in front of the market. He sent a boy out to put a blanket on the horse, as It was quite cold, and Wondered where the milkman had gone. One or two remarked about the wagon standing there so long, but no one happened to look down in the alleyway to discover the man until the little girl, as before stated, made the discovery. It is supposed that he got out of his wagon and Btarted to out across the tot to Daniel O'Connell, one of his customers, and in the dark fell down the Stairs, which are near the path across the lot. Grocer Gannoh's horse ran away on Cherry street yesterday morning and after going up the street at a break' neck speed, turned in Parker street across the railroad and was Btopped on the corner of Colony street. The only damage done Was a broken hold back, Jacob Cannengelser had his leg badly Injured by getting it caught In a wire machine at the rubber shop yesterday, Two Hebrews were on Hall avenue yesterday with a horse that was suf fering from a severe attack of blind stagger?. Their attempts to get the animal to go along was at times amus ing. Later the horse was taken down to the bone mill In "Quinnie" and killed. The usual. holiday hours will be ob served at the postofflce to-aay; open from 6 ta 1? a. m., and the lobby open In the evening from 6 to 7 Company K have a chicken Shoot at the armory this tnofnlne. Simpson, Hall,. Miller & Cd.'s Works will run until noon to-day. Foreman Luke Martin and several other firemen attended the ball of the Merideh fife department last evening. There was the usual number of tur key raffles about tdwn last evening and Several took home turkeys that coBt but twenty-five cents and more did not. Frank A. SteVenscn is at his former home In Westbrdok, Me., to eat his Thanksgiving turkey. The T. A. B. and L. society will pre sent the drama, "Bound My an Oath,1 In the opera house this evening. Mfs. Sophia Detthtami of Beaumont avenue died yesterday morning, aged sixty years. FUnerai Friaay at 2:30 tJ. hi. The Congregational T. p. s. C. B, has elected as officers: Wilbur Hall, president Wdah Linsley, Vice pres! dent: Miss Florence waternouse, cor responding secretary, Arthur Smith treasurer. The newly elected Officers of the Bap tlst t. P; s; O. . are Robert Andrews, president r Burdette Tuttle, vice presl deht: MIbs Jennie Jenkins, secretary Leslie Smith, treasurer: Miss Mlnhle Rarber, corresponding secretary. The Simpson "Hooks" have elected as officers: Luke Mkrtln, foreman; J. P. Foster, first assistant; J. B. Gavin, second assistant i P. D. Leonard, sec. rntarVi P.1 rt. Luby, ' treasurer; Al, Rdbefts, Steward! fire police, T. F. Daly, Alfred BttmPtoH, ' RWhatd Downey, John bowns. ' The annual Cflheert and sociable of Court. Windermere IH the armory last evening Was 61 success and largely at tended. "Everything passed off pleas antly and ' everybody had ; a grand time. . ... ' WheS Baby was sick, We gave net Castorla, When she was a CWld, she cried for Castorla, When aha became ilia), she clung to Castorla. When ah had CliiMrei, sh gave them Castorla : - if- Jf 52k fefijiiiY) km t $c;ti gstatc. . HUt ItK.NT, TPI'KIt tlat m VVba ley avemia. Apply U wlllilu...rof r. A. t'OHHlin, ti.4 , umi 1 aii:.i wirci. Knit itKSir. V ,"insT floor iPiicmeot, rooms, U modem ? lonrvuiencva. Apply on prumlse. at O.I1 1 f M KI1.W AIIOS OT. Klllt KKN f . IN private fiunlly, ileant room, with board, lor mail and wlfu, or two gautlo uiimi; nlHO lulilo mrd; lix itlloii central. anir jvwrMW a i . ' miner oinirn. KKAIj MT.ITR OOimilT, mild or HJtotmnijiid. Etat J nmniiircl iMrnfully. I'lre Insurance, reprmmitlny t f lic.1 oompnnli'.. Umiu gotliitiit, .Notary iinliilii. .- 11, ', lin r. 1 f.v r.iJi'iwi, nl2tf aa 1-xoimnKi-llinldlng. FOIt SALE. wo Family House on Whalley Avenue. Ooodbaro. Lot 0x2 feet. JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 110 Church struct. Open evenings. FARM FOR SALE, VERY tlno locution, on main mad In Wood hrld n, lirffi, roomy buildings, Hue shade, abundance uf fruit, pure aprlng water; excellent summer home. Cull or address GEORGE A. ISBELL, 787 Chapel street. New Haven. Conn. FOR SALE, A GOOD MING HOUSE. Would take a building lot or farm In 1 ouauge. R. E. BALDWIN, 818 Chapel street. dftw FOR SALE, AHOUBF. on Olive street, near Chapel St.; lot .'x)J)J. Price will be made low and terms very easy to a prompt buyer. MERWIN'8 lteal Estate OfAoo, gW 759 Chapel street. Rockaway for Sale. Q, NK B. Mnnvlllo & Co. extension front (las.) H oknwnv In irood onler. ne Curtain ltockaway (light) In fair order. HA11LES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Monday and Saturday evenings For Sale Cheap, T OT betwe"n Sliorman and VVlnthrop avo XJ nues, 40x107; price $700. Lotnn Wlnche'ter avenue near the Win chester factory, -IWxlsu ; price Jifi". CHAS. D.NICOLL & CO., 82 Church stroet, (lienedlct Building), room 15. x KVenlhgg ft'Onl 7 to 8.. Westviile to Have Rapid Transit. BUILDING lots oh Main, Fountain. West Prospect, Willard, Alden, Darnetl, and otheT desirable residence streets In Westviile, for sale at prices ranging from two to ten Cents per square foot. now is iue unit, mj uuy. lfor particulars oall en or address H. C. PARDEE. nWtf 122 Fountain street, Westviile. DEAL ESTATE. XV ritv Hiiildinsr TiaIq. Loans on City Property. EDWARD M. CLARK, 121 CHCKCH STREET, Bvenlngs 1 to 8 HoomU. IN EAST NORWALK. CONN. FOtt BALfi OR FJCCHAlJOB EorlewHavenProperty Two 1-fomlly 7-room houses and one building lot 50x150. Loans Negotiated L. G.HOADLEY, Hooita , Headlej Building, 49 Church St. hl Open Evenings. The wfty tho ladies flock lhtd but store, and walk but with a pair of our NEW NEEDLE TOED Shoes on, with the re mark that they are the most COM FOItTABLE Shoe they ever tried bn and they certainly have the STYLE. Genuine Welt, only Fine Button Congress, Fine Wilts tip Button, 53 00 4.00 4.00 Ladies' Wool Slipper Soles, i76, A. B. GUEOTOOD, Store closed Evenings, except Monday1 and Saturday. IT'S H l!2h Ml nut s. One Cent a Word each Insertion, ave cents a Word for a full Week, seven times. WANTWJ, NT colored wi ACOMPETRST coltired woman to cook, wsh .nil Iron, Apply!" .1 ' i I f A IIKM STIIKKT. WAXTKI). COMPFTKXT b uikheoiipr for !he month of liivemlier ; imi-t beonick und enr. n.ll TIlbUKOKtiK II. KOKUIXI, WAM'KIK A TOUN'O man wama work at anrthlnt lie il can ninkoau hiiniwl llvlnsatt thorough, ly iindi-iniiiuil. uor in d r -fn i nn-. Ad- JTr,' w. w. w.. Thi om. WAXTKI). nORSES to liuaril for tho winter Imiof Bliitf e atnil. ; heat "f loo-l nnd euro. J. IIWlt.IITHIIU.MWAV, nil Tt. Iifli 111 ik.- ki r.vt, c'ltv. WA.MKI). CJITtTATIONS for uut iKiu.f-hoM holn.la k? all lintnchcvt. JIIIM. IIAIIll. ISMOolll ! uti-eet. W AM' K.I J. BY a very nice appearing colored alrl a sltuallon lo do houri-work In S prlvato ' lalilllv In tlmcllv. She lntH hikkI rnterennMl. and believe .ho woui I pleas,, a nice family. 1 niiveiiiso a numiier ot mner vwy excer nt alrls for varlnu. kind, of domuntlc work for clly or country. UAItTJIOLOMKW'S, Si Oruno street, Oiiudefroy'a Old Stand. WANTKl. IpVERVnoDTniHHlliuraervantslooall hora. li Wo supply all the host. Wc have sorted ut and iiiwaroi-u moat or tne nneicM ouua. lima seek new ollleo (where ihny are not nowni. whleh are niirititflnv un constantly. We have been here vmra and use jmlirment. selecting only tnoap that will do tho work re quired. We have the finest facilities audcan serve you bettor than anvone elM. aarwi.ir,iii auimi.i, au9 TO Impel street. A PRIN I El LIST OF THIRTY REN I'd mar be had upon application. JOHN T.SLOAN. nUT) Til Til fa ilt JKio I nape, sirinr. MRS. B. COHN T8 now ready to deal In casl-olT clothing, eai-nela. ele. A DOdlAl directed to 1107 Grand aveiiuo will rocoive prompt atteutlou. OM -Hit , . OYSTKKS. OYSTERS, T70II the Holiday trade. The famous gen I" nine Mine Points. Hoekawav. I ilntona. Ouilfor.U.Siony Creek and BranfordB; war ranted to be pure and good no u wer within flvoinllo. Ii2t7f A. FOOTED CO. . SEVEN BARRELS CliKSTNtTT WOOD 81,00 ; 0 barrels hard wood $LO0. ELM CI T V WOOD CO. Order from n4 3Ht gteiinon iirmn. me pai.i. t CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on nil Private and Iluslnoa Mattors. MEDICAL Woman's disease. VAinsuitatiou in person or ny iciier, MAMV J. lflOHT, M. T.. apS8 lyfflce.J.'onJUieJ Churchy District, of New Haven, ss. Probate Court.) November 27th, 1HW. f J ESTATE of ROBERT ARNOLD, late of li New Haven, in said district, deceas d. Pursuant to in order from the Court of Probate for said district, will be sold at. pu b lic auetlou to the highest bidder, on the first day of D -cemlie , A. D. 1894, at 10 o'clock tn the forenoon (unlew previously disposed of at private siilo), the following real e-tateof said dec asod, situated in tho town of Now Haven vl. : The houso and lot No. itw wincnosier avenue. . sale to take piacn at ine oince m vm, Swan & Blake, HI Church street, in Bald New Haven. Term mane Known ai nme m . nZl) It. IS All K IiIjA AKnouu, iim . Do this : They make out a list of the House Furnishings they want especially for holidays. They come here, look our stock all over, we give them our price , and urge them to go elsewhere and make comparisons. Of course they waste the time, but it's a heap of sntlaftiotion to them and us to know that our service is best. Suppose you see our Holiday stock. Cash or very easy payments and you fit up at once. P. I KELLY & C04) Grand Ave., Church St MANY WOMEI 73 MANSFIELD STREET, $55oo. CITY ELECTION. rpo the Sheriff of tbj City of New Hated, JL Greeting: . , . , You are uereby reaulred to warn the free mea of the Clly of N w H iVen to meet oft Tuesday, the 4th day of December, 1894, at S o'cloekln the forenoon until 5 o'clock in the afternoon, to vote by ballot for a Mayor, a Clerk, an Auditor, a TreiSurer, and a Sh'jri of said Cliyi also, th freemen registered : and entitled to vote iti each ward in said city to further vote by ballot for one alderman; to serve from the fli-st day of January, 1895. un til the iitst day ot January, 189T, and three oounoilmen to serve frdin the first day of January, 1895, until the first day Of January, The freemed of the city ot Ne Raven ul vote from their respective toting districts, , ttt DWribt-lBi Crown street, corner 8!condtoHtriotU!tty Supply' Rouse, oop. her Oak and Spruce streets. . Third Dlstrfct-81 Congress avenue. . . Fourth District Columous avenueveyy, Fmh DiStrtot-4 Wdoster Stf eet, oomot t Srtn'lMsVriet-is St. Jdkh street. ,. , Seventh Dlstrict-aT Wal ate .rtreefc St. : Patrick; J. M, T. A. ft B. Sooirty buUdlng. Eighth DIStflot-SM State street. : Ninth DJstrtbtMB Foots s reet. ; Tenth D stHctHt98 Elm. street. . BlfeVenth,DlStHot lt Chapjl street: - ( Twelfth ptstrlet-Sil Orttudavtnile, . Given tirTapt- my hand id the City df Hew osau City bheriitj Hew Haven, uonn novemner r pj-n, .. as Mia Rtru. " 94 Chapel Street; Tonaerii rfomeo,