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NEW nAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 50 1894.
lp(isoiisi) iTo-day. YOU will" probably P want to buy an Outer- garment COAT or CAPE, makes no dif ference to u i You'll Not) j'-V Be, Disappointed YOUR CHOICE Is made easy here by the mag nitude of the stocl' CoatsCapes I $7.50 $5.00 9.0Q 1 700 14.00 I 9.00 15.00 1 12.00 18.00 1 15.00 20.00 1 18.00 Upwards. Upwards. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. KOAL. I am now delivering Koal in bags and carried Into the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all dirt and buy of W. F. GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opposite Postofflce. 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. SPECIAL SALE FOB THANKSGIVING. We have secured about four thousand pounds extra fine Raisins, worth 12 ots per pound ; for the next ten days you can buy them at 9 cents, 8 lbs for 25 cents. New Imperial Raisins by the pound or in quarter boxes, New Seedless Raisins, New Currants. New Figs, New Dates, New Prunes. NEW NUTS. Enirllsh Walnuts, Pecans, Filberts, Almonds and Brazils, 6 SPICES. . Our Spioes are pure and of the best quality. , CANDY. Something New Frenoh Chips, Coconut Creams and Butteroups, at speolai prices. AT THE . BOSTON GROCERY, N A. FUT iT iKRTON, Prop'r, - 820 VjWP1 streets Branch Store trad Marjcet, 1231 Chapel street 1 rV FLNEEOOR COVERINGS All grades of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, etc., v , at lowest prices ever quoted. Ingrain Carpets.- , Nerer w low in prloe, neve Oriental Rugs, Never so low in price, neve : We have just received a new shipment, comprising some very choice ' : ugs and Mat. Xtmg Anga for balls, eto. " - NEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO., ; 8, 70 and 72 Orange Street ' ; --. ' Open Saturday evening. .- i .. '..'. IlllS WEEK, . SPEOIiL PEIOES 09 Jimm SHADES. LARGE YABIETY OP COLQKS;.PTLiV - v '-IHSHQBCB PRlPEaT C0 . ; -094 Chapel Is Nearly Here hi Something Kust Be Done. It leemi m though something oould b selected from the following to help out that tfew England Holiday. Ctaoloa fancy bunch Malaga Raisins. Choice Looto Muscatel. California loose, very good, lOo lb. , - Kxtra line Cltrou. Oranga and Lemon Poel. New Currant, Seedless Raisins. Pure Fruit Jell ei, Jams, eto., eto. Florida Orangey Grape Fruit, Ba nunaa, Cape Cod Cranberries. New White Honey, la comb and (trained In bottles. Extra large new Figs. P. nk Malaga Grapes. Fine Olive Oil. Caper's Poultry Dressing. Mrs. faylor's Minos and Plum Pud dings, in plus the richest of the rloh. Fraaoo-Amerloon, 1 lb and i lb tins. Atmore's Mluoe In 2 quart jars. Paper Shell Almondsi Grenoble, Bra zil, Filbert and Pecan Nuta, all now. Boiled Cider, quart and plut bottles. Coffee, Tea and Spioes, the highest grades In market j a specialty of them Is made by us. A big variety of Cheese. Our Sep tember factory Is very fine we cut at lftolb. Sage Cheese Just received from Ver mont dairy ; it will melt in your mouth. BUTTER ! We are having a lively trade in But ter ; an inside figure is given us, and we give the PUBLIC an Inside figure. The quality is fine ; made iu one of the best creameries in the country by one of the most expert makers, we CHALLENGE COMPARISON. We offer: Pound and half pound oakes, per lb, 33c. 6 and 10 lb boxes, per lb, 31o. We shall lead this market, and tlie maker and owner wlil do their part. We have it in 80 and SO lb tubs for 30c per lb. It is made every day and re ceived by us three times per week. Old laid down Butter with lis old taste WOf'T CO ; it is a baok number. 25 oases of Heubleln's make of Cock tails. 910.80 per ease to the trade ; also Hub Punch. 3,000 gallons 4 years old California Port, Sherry, Angelica, Catawba and Muscatel Wiue ; any of them for $1.00 per gallon, or 25c quart bottle. Champagnes, Sauternes. Clarets, Imported and California. Very Dry and Dry Sherries imported by us direct from the makers in Cadiz, Spain, ranging in price from $3 to $V gallon ; Ports ranging about the same. Liebotschaner Lager. $1.00 per dozen.' We are sole agents for its sale in New Haven. A good stock of Imported and Do mestic Cigars; QUALITIES, KINDS, colors and prices to suit. 411 and 413 State St., cor. Court. corner 01 xempie. reVVtvsy so ohoioe In design and quality as new. -Street; MINlATITItR ALMANAC KOVEMllElt 30. so "., (:M DUN Him, tUi MUCH H XT. IHlOKWATCa. 66 I llss UKAJJift. nALLIn ,1.1a mI.w N.HNUHhM Si her uome, ou lomi Hidn, unu i a. mil, wmuw of tli late Wn, L. Wall, aed M yaars and I month., Funural sorrlne at bar late home, M root troei, V, Iday, Nov. tu at I JO p. at. tfurlal at oonvulm of family. MAUiM.LUi. H?1pout of kTvt uiv va. WftV Aaaivan. Roh Nsutllus, Brnwn, V. T.forSslem. ' KutariirlM, Mania, M. V.. Ir.Hi. Hult K. kiair, Collins, M. T. for Boa A. B. Webb.Bonoett, N.V. for Nnwport ttub J. U. Ayres, -, tt.Y. fur OreeopurU CUIARID. dob Bsysrd Bora, Mobsffsy, Kswport News. h HjMs C. Hnl , Lowe, Brunswlok. Bcb b, H. Muiua Xaylur, Norfolk. Tbe three-muted aebooosr Xltsibeth M. Cook, Clark, nuur, bound from loit John ii for UoaiJit, eoal Ios4od, wuk off tbe breakwater oo tbu altfbt of lbs iMtb) oaptalu and cre saved. MKS. U. COHN T8 now raadylo deal In easuolf elothln. 1 rarpcta, eta. A postal diruotcd to art Grand aveouo will reoulve prompt attention. OY8TKKS, OYSTKKtt, FOB tbe Holldar trade. Tb famous g-en-ulna Bliia Poltita, Itookaway, C.lntona, OullforUa Htony Crook and Diauiordi; war ranted to be pur and vood no wer wit bin UvemllM. n27f A. FOOTS CO. SKVKN BARRRLS CIIKSTNl'T WOOD f l.OJ ; barrvls hnrd wood IUO. ELM CI IV WOUl) CO. Orler from n-'t 28t Sti-phim Uruni. to. Chapel. CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on all Private and Btialnnu Uuttera. MBDICAb-Woman's dlsoaaoa. Coutiullatlon In neraon or hv lottor, MAKY J. WKXOHT.M.n., ap38 y Offloa. Tontine Hotel, lrt Cburuhst. PROOF RKAIKK WANTKI). A COMPETENT proof reader to aaalst in lltontry work; a pwmanent place for tbo Hit lit uorsou. AdilriDS IIOX llM, n29 lltt Now Haven PoatoWce. REMOVAL. THE Bellinger German Remedy Company Have removed their Sanitarium from "RIVERSIDE," DERBY, to MADISON, CONN., Where they will continue the Bellinger method of treatment for those afflicted with Liquor, Opium, Morphine, And All Drug or Nervous Diseases. The Business Office will hereafter be located at 1093 Chapel Street, New Haven, Ct. P. O. Box 37(5. Telephone Call T15-2. B. S. LEWIS, M. D., President. E. H. CLARK, Secretary. IT'S ASTONISHING The way the ladies flook into our store, and walk: out with a pair of our NEW NEEDLE TOED Echoes on, with the re mark that they are the most COB4- FQRT4BLB Shoe they ever tried on and they certainly have tbe STYLE. ; Genuine Welt, only 1300 Fie. Button Ccngrtss, ' 4,00 Fine Wing Tip Bssttsa, 4.03 Ladies' Wool Slipper Soles, lo.': A, B. &REI!prOODi' Store closed Evenings, except Uonday NvS2 V - ana oaturoay. Hyprttia W. Bi a Matbewt, editor of "Musio," the reliable Chicago muslral nugailns, In his January Usue, says; "When bearing Sousa'i band at the Trocade ro, I oompartd It with the famous French band of tbe Garde Republtcalne, which played at the Peace Jubilee In 1873. I bave beard a great deal of mu sio since that time, but to me, as to many others, it teemed at If Bouaa had attained a' standard of finish and sym pathetic Intelligence uch as I had never before recornlied In a mlllury band." Tbe band will give one of Its celebrated concert! on Saturday evenlin. The new play which Marls Jansen and ber company wll present on Monday night Is called "Miss Dynamite." The character played by Mlssi Jansen Is "Miss Georaia Day," who Imperson ates "Miss Dynamite" during two acta leading to a great confusion and con sequent fun. Bale of seats now open. The following attractions will be seen next week: "The New Bny." Tuesday evening; Wedneeday evening Hoyt'a "A Black Sheep." flrand Opera Hon.. A happier man was not to be found In this city lant evening than Manager Bunnell as he atood and witnessed the throngs that were nurKlnsr Into this popular family rceort. Mr. Bunnell again presented to his patrons a most excellent attraction for the holiday. The production, "In the Tenderloin, or Living Pictures of New York Life," was given Its first production yesterday at the Grand opera house, and the play, from all Indications, la sure to be a win ner. This wag the general verdict, but It will need several changes and much cutting down of the dlalosue. The plot is simple. A traditional portly banker, with white side Whiskers, loses his five-year-old daughter. She is stolen from him by a ganaj of Tenderloin poachers, and he goes Into their district to look for her. Incidentally he comes In con tact with every prominent "crook" In New York. The piny Is the work of Lawyer Ed mund E. Price of New York city. The company Is a very capable one, and Is headed by that sterling actor, Frederick Bryton. "The White Squadron" will be the at traction this and to-morrow evening and to-morrow afternoon. The scene of the play opens In Brazil. A man-of-war from each of the principal nations in the world arrlvea In the harbor of Rio Jan eiro to protest formally against the holding of various citizens by bands of brigands. On this general Idea a capi tal story, including:, of course, the love elements, Is built that offers grand op portunities foV dramatic work. Among the scenes are the Grand Plaza In Rio de Janeiro, a pillaged monastery,' and the harbor of Rio and the vessels of "The White Squadrco," under full sail and steam,. The cast is one of strength, and includes such favorites as W. A. Whitecar, Frederick Julian, Robert Nell, J. W. Smllley, W. F. Phillips, Charles Macklin, J. 'Edwin Leonard, Laura Almosnino, Laura Booth, Edith Julien and others. Sales of seats now open. 1 The Jules Grau Opera company will be at the Grand op'errf house all next week. On Monday evening "Boccaclo" will be given, and on Tuesday "Armorl ta." Wednesday matinee, "Bohemian Girl," Wednesday evening, "Tar and Tartar." The remained of the repertoire will be duly announced In the dally pa pers. JUlss Myrtle Klng-sland kept the Im mense crowds that visited the lectuaj hall annex at the Grand opera house yesterday In roars of laughter with her unique entertainment, "Long and Strong." Po1l' Wonderland Theater. Big crowds at "Wonderland yesterday where Leclalr and Leslie presented their great comedy sketch, 'Cleopatra Up to Date." Mr. Leclalr presents his cele brated Imitation of Janauschek In "The Harvest Moon-," and Mr. Leslie his imitations of John T. Raymond and Henry Irving, and other noted actorB In that distinct manner that won them fame in- the old world, They make a great hit. Goldie and St, Clair are able seconds in their amusing black-face melange of singing, dancing and funny sayings, and Little Ooldle'a extraordi nary buck danelng j very catchy. Other artiste, all worth seeing, are Rita Durand, More land and Thompson, Kauffea and Hill, (be Gloss brothers, Htggtngs and Leslie and Prof, Hampton and his leaping dogs and sparring cats. It is a thorough ly good show, and a atlll better one is coming next week, when such leading artists as John W. Baniome, Dixon. Bowers and Dixon, Catherine Gyles and a host of others will appear. Served Homeless Men at Calvary Ipd us rlal Home. , . At Calvary Industrial Home aboit twenty-five homeless men sat flown to a sumptuous turkey dinner, tif the men who worked fpr their lodging th night before the dinner was; l,vn free, pro vision having been made for them by friends of the borne. A quieter, better bebaved set of men nrpujd be bard to find. Before eating a song from Gospel hymns No, 6, "Praise pint,'! was supgr by the men, and the blessing asked by the superintendent.' Another year, by the help given through the1 heme, many of these men will be able to provide a Thanksgiving turkey fpr themselves. Even In the short time of the home's existence a numae 01 men save been restored to manhood and self respect by tbe help given, ; .' ' 'ri V' Seamen's fife ftjeleljr, ' The regular monthly meeting at tbe manager of the v Ladies' ' Seamen's Friend society wlll teelg W Monday, DjettRbar t, in Center church chapel at I o'clock p, m -H'h:;- MKHIUtKt PKM'i I HI), The HUlhouM Team t ovwrad Itaelf With U mrs Thn day la Maridea-klsht ilea dre4 rpwtatura. The Hlllhouse boys succeeded In de feat tig the Mertdon high school team by a score of 24 to 10 In Mcrlden yes terday morning at 10 a. m. Eight bun. dred persons witnessed the game, which closes the season for both tbt above named teams. The weather was exceedingly cold and the grounds bard, which caused quite a number of minor Injuries. Merl den bad tho kick-off and Hlllhouse lost ten yards at first. Dy a succession of end(plays the ball was taken to Mert den's 20-yard line, where the ball went to Merldon on a fumble. Merlden lost the ball on downs and Sternberg made a run for Hlllhouse thirty-live yards around the left end. Beck carried the ball over the line. No gout was kicked. By a succession of center plays the ball was quickly carried down the Held, securing an other touchdown. No- goal was kicked, The kick-off went to Hlllhouse, Hub bard cauKht the ball and was quickly downed by Erlcson. A double pass wn tried here and Hubbard made a run of forty yars around the right end, being downed by Butler. No gains could be made through the center and the ends were played, Drerze making a good run of twenty yards, glvliiR Merldvn a touchdown. Kogna failed a soul. At tho end of the fir i hnlf the score stood 8 to 6 in favor of Hillhuuse. The second half was started and Merldon secured another touchdown with tho aid of Hubbard, Freeze and Rogers. Three more touchdowns were miule by Hlllhouse and two pools kicked, making the score 24 to 10. The game was characterized by the excellent team work of Hlllhouse and the good playing by both teams. Quite a number of Meridon's gwlns were madrc by tricks, which were excellent. J. Butler, Beck and Erlcson did Rood work for Hlllhouse, while Breeze, Hub bard and1 Rogers were the mainstay of the Merldon team. Wheland was the only one obliged to retire on ac count of Injuries. The ofllclalB ' were: Umpire, Mr. Sands; referee, Mr. Cheney. The line-up vn aa folows: Hlllhouse. Position. Merlden Barnett left end Kelloggg Kmbler left end Collett left tackle Frost Beck left guard Voltz A. Butelr Center Wheland A. Smith ....right guard Yale Russell right tackle Holton Erlcson right end Brown Bergen quarter Kepne Mathews ,i....half back...... Hubbard Sternberg half back Breeze Butler full back Rodgers WALI.IHUFtniD. Thanksgiving day passed very quiet ly here with the usual pleasant family g-atherlngs In all sections of the town and with the morning services at church- The football game that was expected In the morning- was given up as several of the players failed to materialize. There was quite a little sport at Company K's armory at the shoot for chickens and some good marksmanship was displayed. The stores all closed at noon and the streets were nearly deserted during the after noon.. Many went to New Haven to the matinees and others to Merlden to the football games. Simpson, Hall, Miller & Ca's works run until noon, but there was only a small percentage of the men at work, the majority pre ferring to take an all day holiday. There were many hunters out in the woods, but n large, strings of game were reported. Taking It altogether it was a remarkably quiet day, although the weather was fine. At the last reports from North Ha ven, yesterday, Nehiemlah Smith, who met with the accident on Hall avenue Wednesday morning, was still alive, al though he had not as yet regained consciousnesa . Dr. Gcoodyear, the family physician, had a consultation of doctors and :it was found that his skull was fractured and that there Is but a small chance of his recovery. Edward Nugent, was arrested yester day morning by Officers Rellly and In graham and placed in the lockup. The complaint was made by his sister, Mrs. George Donovan, who charges him with creating a. disturbance at her bouse and threatening assault upon her. The prisoner asked for the lenien cy of the court and promises good be havior in the future. The case Is called for 8 o'clock this morning and it is probable that he will be given a chance to do batter and released upon pay ment of the officers' fees. The were eighty-six couples In the grand march at the annual sociable of Court Windermere in the armory Wednesday evening. The music by Professor HUJ's orchestra was first class and gave the beat Of satisfaction. The semi-annual water rents are due to-morrow, December I, There wag a big crowd at the opera house last evening tQ witness the drama, "Round By An Oath," by the T. A. p, dramatic talent. The artists did themselves gad th, society credit. ffiW qsTUAXKBaiYiNa. Jraes B, Pstrsnnaf Bxplred Suddenly Early Vterday Morning. James H, Ostrander, a locksmith re siding at 198 Davenport avenue, died suddenly early yesterday morning of heart failure. He had' been JU with ma larial fever for about two weeks, but at no time was bis condition considered critical until early yesterday morning, when ha suddenly grew worse and sank rapidly until hla death. Medical Exam ines White was notified and after an investigation, certified that death was due to heart failure. - He was fifty-seven years old and leaves a widow. I West Haven. Rev. Mr. Squires preached at the Thanksgiving rvloe at the Cqngre gatlonal , efcurcb, yesterday. dlivtrlpg an excellent sermon for- , the times. There was specially good- singing by tha oboir. "' t- i v A Thanksgiving service was held at Christ. ehuKtfv the reetea. Rev.. Mr. Qesner, officiating a , KOR KKXT, UPPPlt flat M Wua luy avenue. Apply wliblu,uruf If. A. OHUIH, ii!J4 7t MiOilmoil etreet. KUIt KKNT, IJMBl'T floor tenement, rooms, s'l modern ' i onvvlllonum, Apply n prmnlaaast Ml if M KlAvaHOB ST. . KOK ItKN r. IN private family, plmaant room, with iKmrtl. tor wan aim wir. or two soutle- lucn; nleo tanle l 'r.j locution ooutral. amr A1iir"iM l A . i ouriw oinoe. ItK.VL KM!' t'I'K BOI'OIIT. nol.l ur xubati4. Ketatee iitamivl nirorully. Klru Imuranne, rtmrMiitin I i ouinimultM. 1mm in nv- RuUutxl, .Nolai')' imtiliu. i.e. uurr.ri;i.nr., n!3tf Ul cuciinoit.- HuiMlug. FOR SALE. Two .Family Housa on Whalley Avsnua. uoim uuru, ut suxstu tooi. JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, lmChiirob street. Open even In m. FARM FOR SALE, VEKT flno locution, on main roalln Wood brlil '. Lirt momv nulldliiiM. flue shail.', aliimiliini'oor fruit, pureHprinic wtur cxeelluut sniiiinor liotne. Cull or addruaa GEORGE A. ISBELL, 787 Cliapel stroot. New Havon. Ooniij FOR SALE, AGOODPAYIXG HOUSE. Would take a bulMlnir lot or form la ex vliango. 1L K. BALDWIN, ilw Hin Chnpol street. FOR SALE, HOI'SI-: ou Olive Htroet, near Chapel it.: lot .''JUi. 1'iluc will be uiailo low ami A terms very easy to a prompt buyer. MERWIN'S liuol Eatato Offlce, a;n 7IW Chnpol street. Kockaway lor Sale. ONE TJ. Mnnvlllo & Co. extension front (trtiis) It okuwHV In wood ordiT. Une Curialn llockan-ay (light) la fair order. Cll.UU.KS 11. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Mondny and Saturday evenings. For Sale Cheap,' J- OT betwe-'n Sliermnn and Wlntlirop ave J nuos, 40x107 ; rWe $700. Cot m vVloeiictnr avenue near the Win choster fuotory, tiixlHI ; price 76U. CHAS. D.NICOLL & CO., 83 Cliurcb street, (Denodlot Uulldlng), room 13. Gvcnlnm from 7 to S. Westville to Have Rapid Transit BUILDING lota on Main, Fountain, West Prospect, Wlllard, Alden, Barnett, and other desirable residence streets In Westville, for eule at prices ranging from twe to tea cents per square foot. Now is the time to buy. lor particulars ouU on or Mri H. C. PARDEE, nt8 tf 122 Fountain atroet. Westville. REAL ESTATE. City Building Lots. Loans on City Property. EDWARD M. CLARK, Ul CHUKCH SXHEET, Evenings 7 to 9. ItoomM. IN EAST NORWALK, CONN. FOB SALE OR EXCHANGE Eor lew Haven Property Two 1-fnmlly 7-room houses and one building lot 50x150. Loans Negotiated. L. G. HOADLEY, Room 9, Uoadley Building, 49 Church St. nSl Open Evenings. 73 MANSFIELD STREET, $5,500. FERRETS, MOCKING BIRDS, YELLOW breust parrots and African yrey l.arrots. Hartz mountain canaries, for sain at ENSK.K'ti, tbe Bin) .Man, nii St 760 fitttte street. BRODE AND COMPANY, BROKERS St BROADWAY, NEW YORK. ' STOCKS, BONDS. ORAM, COTTON, PROVISIONS. To tocp potd yon tfoaM have u. Dallf Mwket Letter, nckngwl(lu.i hj all :tilcr lo lx one oi Uia beat OnrexplanatorTWiapnietcontainiiravchvilnaMe ioforeiarluu ueoeatir; t mouses in Spcf a'stion. All SVS1 FREE OM REQUKST. SpeciU Att catiQii OiTSHtoQiscret: oaary Orders SpaeUmt ami pieimnt roams for aatomen. Ml StAKQISS 3 10 1 PIR CS1TO DliTuTh8a8m A Cup of Beef Tea Tbe pheapest, purest and beat, Can be prepared instantly front Liebig COMPANY'S Extract of Beef. . There's only one genuine kind , land tbat you ean know by this "' ".y , figaatm'aln blue on every W 1 TMstrlbuttne: atrents for Cann.i Taleett Friable Co., Hartford. nl W&3 lm colunts. Una Cent a Word eaeh Inaertloa, flva rent a Word for a full Week, seven times. " " 1 "r t - WANTRIl. ArOMPETRNT coornd woman lo eook, ah ud Iron, Apply to itww , -AI'HEM hTRKKT. COMPKTF.NT boukkiiuivr f ir tlio month ol liiHiuiutior ; niii-t bi'ifliii'lc anil export, ' 1HK UKillttlK II. KOItl) CO, WASTKD, YOrNQ man wuiila work at nnvtliln ha f.Mii ill .kuai, l,,.,.i.i lll....u,. I.,..a....I. A ly ui ly uiiUenttiiiuU lioraoa : uo il r . tin .mu-n. Ad. lira. , tV. VI. W .Thlu Offlnn. IVAVTl'l) II OltSKH f board fur tlio winter i box or aliitf e .ill l , lurt "f too I uml ouro. J. DUiliHTHIIl'MU'Av, n'-T 7t 9l nldkf utr.-itt, C'ltv. WAMIil). SrrirATioss for ot hou.i.iioi.i iioip.in all bruuehua. MKS. HAUil. 8 lAH'ouri .tiout. WAVTKD. 1JY a very nlva aiMitarlnir colorwl irlrl a J Hlluiltlim to do liiiii.i.wiirk In u iti-lvnt.i fninlly lii uiooliy. Slio Iihh iroml rufi-n noKL anil Uollvt4iahu wiml I inwiii. a utcu rHiiuly. 1 liavn hIhii h innulinr or oltior viwv mo-e!- li nt iilrlH or viirloua kluda of domeatto work: for ctty or country. UAKTIIOfiOMKW'S, 51 Orange street, Onudefroy's Old Stand. WAXTKIK EVF.rtVIlODV niiicllnifervanUtooaU hero. Wo mmnlv all the Uvut. Wehavnaorted nut and diaoardod moat of tbo uaoleea olaai. Tboao aei-k now onicoa (whuro tboy aro n t Known, wuion uro K)irnt(tnir up t'onmantiy. We have Ikhhi hore viiura and use ludirnionL nelootlng-ioiri' tuoantuat will do the work re quired. Wenavotlie llneat faolUtlos aud Oiui aurvo you better than anvoni. el. auS 77ft Cliupol street THE New Haven County Agricultural Society WILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL MEETING Wednesday, December 12tli, at 10 o'cioca a. in. In Room No. Ilk, Insurance Building-. A full attendance In d 'lred. nWSdlw DW1UHTN. CLARK. President DENTISTRY. Q. K. GIDNEY, 707 Cbapel St., North aids. Biz doors bolow Orango.esttibllahed 1871. Don tlstrv In all Its branoiii. Prices the lowest ootialxtont with Ursl-cuiM work. MAM WOMEN Do tbis : They make out a list of tbe House Furnishings they want especially for holidays. They come hero, look our stock all over, we give them our price and urge them to go elsewhere and make comparisons. Of course they wante the time, but It's a heap of satisfaction 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. J. KELLY & CO, Grand Ave., Church St. Old and Young suffer alike from General Debility. It is a common disease and results from a variety of causes, It should not bo confounded with fatigue, which is tran sitory. In General Debility the weak nesa, unless arrested, will become per manent. The lost energy must bo re newed, ambition stimulated, and tha system built up. This can be accom plished by the use of SLOCUM'S lOZONIZED mw1 wiw iwtvwv Of Norwegian GOD LIVER OIL With GUAIACOL It stops the waste, enriches tbo im poverished blood, restores the nerva tone, renews the appetite, does away with "that sinking feeling," and enables the organs of the body to properly per form their functions which means per feet health. It Is the kind Physicians Prescribe. At all drug stores. T. A. SLOCUM CO,, NEW YORK. "Perfect How to AHalv A Wonderful Ms Medical Book.wrtttai for laeq Only. QaZ aaajtialc.tia0 ERIE MEDICAL UFrAUo.tt.if4 "-.1 1