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SEW HAVEN MORNING J OURNAL AND COURIER, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30 1894
aovTHixarox.
Nov. 29. There was dancing and
muslo at Oermania hull Thanksgiving
evening. Thla aortal wai held by the
Knighta of Columbus.
Wednesday wai cold and wintry, but
Thursday, although there was a cold
wind, the mn waa warm and made
the air ar.d outdoor Just about light
to be cut in along towards noon and
After dinner. This was Thanksgiving
weather ld'Jt and there was quietness
and boys und girls were oft akatlng
unJ liousewlvt-i were busy through
the morning hours getting dinner
ready and the sun kept On shining all
the while and the wind blew a Utile
now and then and the sky waa clear
mid old friends met each other and
people passed by each other and hur
ried home along the streets and here
and Ihere a boy could be seen with
a l.ockey stick and people talked and
j;. thlng hindered things from going on
in und after the fashion of other
Thanksgiving duys. There were family
featherings and everyone was glad to
seu everyone else looking good and in
the best of spirits. There is no public
hospital here or orphan asylum and
nothing of the sort unless it is our
town farm, which may be considered a
public home, in which Interest Is taken,
eepeclully on Thanksgiving day. The
people here have everything to be
thankful for and especially could they
eee that it was fitting to praise the
day itself. The way in which each
family in a community goA about it
to make themselves happy on such, a
day gives a variety of ways In num
ber, as many as there are homes here
or nearly so. There may be some who
paused not to mink of the day, but it
was one that we all accept to offer
thanks, aneclal thanks, for the good of
the pear past and we offer hopeful
thanks for the year coming. We give
thanks and are pleased.
On the lower mountain reservoir
there Is a thin coating of ice, while
there is none on the upper and larger
body of water. This may be due to the
fact that the upper body of water is
much larger than the lower.
The passenger trains passed through
here as usual Thanksgiving day, but
there was an absence of freight trains.
When it is thought by anybody here
that firewood is running out it may
be well to know that on the other side
of west mountain there Is cord upon
cord of wood piled up along the road
Bide. A man with a team could earn
a day's wages by buying this wood pn
the spot.
NORTH HATES.
Nov. 29. Mrs. C. N. Turner will leave
Saturday for a visit with her son,
Merritt Dowd r.nd family, In Maiden,
Maw.
George B. Todd is fixing up the Al
mira Smith pla"e, which he recently
bought, and arranging the house con
venient for two families. One tenement
Is already rented.
The W. C. T. U. meeting will be omit
ted next week Wednesday, December
B, on account of the county convention
in Meriden. The president, Miss Mary
Eliot, will attend the session and the
following are appointed delegates:
Mrs. F. H. Brockett, Mrs. Henry L.
Thorpe, Miss Kate Smith, Mrs. C. N.
Turner, Mrs. Emma N. Roberts. All
the members would be welcome at the
convention and are urged to go.
The explosion in Waterbury on
Tuesday evening was distinctly felt in
North Haven and many thought it was
an earthquake. A glass in Pierpont's
store window was broken by the jar.
Although R. N. Barnes has moved
his family to New Haven he will be
found at his place of business in North
Haven during the day as usual. If he
Is not there at any time a man in his
employ will telephone Mr. Barnes from
Casper's store in Montowese.
Chicken pox is about in the town.
The World Sees kou
Are ageing if you are turning Gray; WELLS'
Hair Balsam gradually restores hair to origi
nal, natural color, black or brown. Nice dress
ing, tonic or invigorant 50c., and $1.00,
Druggists.
Sough on Worms
Will expel worms in a few hours. If worms do
not exist it will act as a cathartic and relieve
the disordered, overloaded stomach and bowels,
and do the child good in any event Harmless
and sweet and nice to take. 25c.
A Man's Liver Taken Out,
Cleaned and put back in good as new, working
order. Judging from the thorough, positive
and never tailing effects of Rough on Bilk
Pills, in starting the bile, rousing the dormam
sluggish, inactive liver, and clearing the system
from every trace of bile, they would almost
seem to act as above stated. Small dose, small
size, and chocolate coated. 10c. and 35c. at
Druggists or mailed.
Talk About Wayward Women 1 1
A stubborn liver is about the stubbornest
thing out; even a contrary man can't hold a
candle to a liver that takes a notion not to act,
to be dormant and sluggish. There is only one
thing that promptly anu thoroughly rouses a
wilful, inactive liver. Rough on Bile Pills.
They arc chocolate coated and very smalL xoc.
and 25c E. S. Wells, Jersey City, N. J.
Is Marriage a Failure T
It will prove a failure if either party
is troubled with torpid or inflamed Liver, re
sulting in Dyspepsia. Rough on Bile Pills
will keep peace and good will in the family.
It is marvelous how these little Rough ON Bile
Pills do rout the acrid bile from the con
gested, fevered system. Chocolate coated and
Jerjmallocn2sctDnirists
THE TOILET WONDER
For Complexion, Skin & Flesh
LEAUBELLE OIL BALM possesses peculiar proper
ties: prevents tendency to WRINKLES ageing or
withering of the skin, or drying up of the flesh. This
Inimitable toilet wonder and groat bcautlner will
smooth and clear the most annoying akin or com
plexion. . The wonder and pleasure of all who use It,
Clears the lifeless, clay-like, sallow complexion,
Gives a youthful hoe to the rough, coarse-fr-ralned
bkuk awuauw x-unpias, xTecKics, ciotcnes, xsiacs
heads. Tan, Sanborn. Absolutely harmless, pure.
sun: aDpuaaea ramies. Freckles, :
llkell This
xuoriesa. Tne more nrnmse It the better yon
ess. iw more you
AlMlUlt tnllAt 7WT
elegant toilet requisite has dellghtrol
effect If uie hands or face become roach or chapped
from hoosehpld work or exposure: One ai
1
LEAUBELLE OIL BALM will soften and smooch
e akin at nnea. TinuiiriMtauhHnffiiiwiww
lucaaon
the face or hand, since It dries In lnstantl-
not imaee nor soil silks, sauna, (loves or finest fabric
Elerant for Chafes, Irritation or Scurf, Abrasions,
Iy.IhlnjBkiniherreBhuwjiMl Cooling. In Wo,
and tun bottle. Try also WELLS' ltmBIBLK
velvet CREAif rim SnwnF.R TtSiiSJSaT
JSC boxes, both at Dnunrlata or fancy Good, titorei.
MB&MtQMid
nvnxu.
roosts C pxtoea,
AS.
Jmeratr.M,
Several have left town to-day to
spend Thanksgiving with friends else
where. Service at all the churches.
A. U. Clinton and a double quartet
will give a praise service in the Con
gregftttomil church next Sunday even
Inc.
Mr. Krakuaer, the piano manufac
turt r of New York, was the guest of
A. H. Clinton over last Sunday and
attended service at the Congregational
church and expresred himself, much
gratified with the music.
A I imow Paris Cfe.
The cafe of the Black Cat waa orig
inally a sort of club where Journalists
and artists and poets met round the ta
bles of a restaurant keeper who hap
pened to be a patron of art as well, and
who fitted out his cafe with the can
vasses of his customers, and adopted
their suggestions in the arrangement
of Its decoration. The outside world of
Parle heard of these gatherings at the
Black Cat, as the cafe and club were
called, and of the wit and spirit of lis
habitues, and sought admittance to Its
meetings, which was at first granted as
a great privilege. But at the present
day the cafe has been turned over into
other hands, and is a show place pure
and simple, and most Interesting one.
The cafe proper is fitted throughout
with heavy black oak, or something In
Imitation of it. There are heavy broad
tables and high wainscoting and an
immense fireplace and massive rafters.
To set off the sombreness of this, the
walls are covered with punels In the
richest of colors, by Stelnlen, the most
Imaginative and original of the Parisian
illustrators, in all of which the black
cat appears as a subject, but in a differ
ent role and with separate treatment.
Upon one panel hundreds of black cats
race over the ocean, In another they are
waltzing with naiads in the woods, and
in another are whirling through space
over red-tiled roofs, followed by beau
tiful young women, gendarmes, and
boulevardiers in hot pursuit. And in
every other part of the cafe the black
cat appears aa frequently as did the
head of Charles I. in the writings of
Mr. Dick. It stalks stuffed in its nat
ural skin, or carved in wood, with round
glass eyes and long red tongue, or It
perches upon the chimney piece with
back arched and tail erect, peering
down from among the pewter pots and
salvers. The gas-jet shoots from the
mouths of wrought iron cats, and the
dismembered heads of others grin out
into the night from the stained glass
windows. The room shows the struggle
for what is odd and bizarre, but the
drawings in black and white and the
water-colors and oil-paintings on the
walls are signed by some of the clever
est artists in Paris. The inscriptions
and rules and regulations are as odd
as the decorations. As, for example,
the one placed half-way up the narrow
flight of stairs, which leads to the tiny
theatre, and which commemorates the
fact that the cafe was on such a night
visited by President Carnot, who so
the inscription adds, lest the visitor
should suppose the Black Cat at all
impressed by the honor "is the suc
cessor of Charlamagne and Napoleon
I." Another fancy of the Black Cat
was at one time to dress all the wait
ers in the green coat and gold live
leaves of the members of the institute, to
show how little the poets and artists of
the cafe thought of the other artists
and poets who belonged to that ancient
institution across the bridges. But
this has now been given up, either be
cause the uniforms proved to expensive,
or because some one cf the Black Cat's
habitues had left his friends "for a rib
bon to wear in his coat," and so spoiled
tne satire. "rom "Show Places of Pa
ris," by Richard Harding Davis, in Har
per's Magazine for December.
A New Use for a Dog.
A new use for the domonti terrier.
1.1 boutn Kensington n:- day last
vel. (writes a correspondent) I was
struck by trie mainer in which a lady
had evidently rained hr dog. The
streets were dirty. The lady had a
parcel in one ha id and an umbrella in
the other. Her dress, aifi-.uj.-b. what
women call a short one, would have
touched the mud nad it not been held
up And it was to this sh" iiad trained
he - Irish terrier. Trotthnf along on
one side, Just a pace beli'.-irl her, lie
ne:a tne tail or iier well made gown
in his teeth as ca.-?fully anl as daintily
as a retriever carries game. Never
01 ce did trie dog allow th dress to
touch the grounl. It was evidently a
dunj tasK carried out to the joint sat
isfaction of lady and ter-V, An en
teipriaing dog dealer might obtain
large prices for dogs thus educated to
act as my lady's page. St. James Gaz
elle. The Facts In the Case.
Schrelber "Have you seen that little
poem of mine that has been going the
rounds of the papers lately?
Treiber "I saw it when it first ap
peared. What papers have copied It?"
Schreiber "Well, ah the fact is, it
was before it was published that it
went the rounds." Harlem Life.
Recognized Them at Once.
We were all telling stories at a New
Jersey summer resort, when one par
ticularly audacious man said: "Oh,
that's nothing. I was off the coast at
Barnegat last summer on a fishing
trip, and while we were out on deck
early in the evening, smoking and
chatting, a great cloud of mosqultos,
all of them monstrous birds, came out
from shore and settled on the boat;
and do you know, in fifteen minutes
they had striped It of every inch of
canvas, and left the masts bare as
beanpoles!"
We held up our hands in deprecation
at this tale, when another of the party
exclaimed: "Well, don't be astonished.
I can vouch for that It was only a
week after that I was on a trip along
the coast, and the same swarm of mos
qultos came out after us."
The first speaker didn't seem to ap
preciate this unexpected support, for
he muttered: "Humph! They did, eh?
Well, fcov,- do ybtl Enow" they were the
same mosqultos, eh?"
"How did I know?" repeated the ofh
er, with a chuckle. "How did I know?
Why, they all had on canvas overalls."
Harper's Drawer, r
OCA t HEVHKT IOC IE TIE.
Information a to Tim and I'lac of
Mretlnis.
Following Is a directory of informa
tion concerning lodge and society meet
ings:
MASONIC. ;
Connecticut Rock. Maaonlo ball,
Church street, second and fourth Mon
day, at 7;S0 p. m. yf. M., Henry ifcese-
niui; secretary, C. J. Wanner.
Franklin chapter, Maaonlo hall, first
and third Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. M. E.
a P., Charles B. Hall; secretary, Ath-
erton U Barnes.
Harmony council, Maaonlo hall
Church street, third Mondays at 7:30
p. m. T. I. M David R. Ailing.
New Haven commandery, Masonio
hall, Church street, third Fridays at
p. 111. K. C Ellsha L. Cobb; record
er, Francis O. Anthony.
Pulaakl chapter, No. 26, Royal Arch
Masons, Masonic hall, Fair Haven, sec
ond and third Wednesdays, at 7:i
m. M. E. 11. P.. Thomas Smith; secre
tary, Albert H. Carglll.
INDEPENDENT OHDKU OT ODD FELLOWS,
Meetings held In I. O. O. F. hall,
Crown street
Qulnnlpiac, No. 1, Mondays at 8 p. m.
Recording secretary, R. K. Johnson,
Harmony, No. 5, Tuesdays at 8 p. m,
Recording secretary, George N. Moses.
Montowese, N0.1 16, Masonic Temple,
Mondays at 8 d. m. Secretary. R. A.
Lalcftaw.
City, No. 36. Wednesdays at 8 p. m.
Secretary, J. w. Hammond.
Croswell, No. 39. Mondays at 8 p. m,
Secretary, A. H. Down.
Germanla, No. 78 (German). Thurs
days at 8 p. m. Recording secretary, O,
a. uaehr.
Relief, No. 86. Mondays at 8 P. tn.
Secretary, Rollin J. Bunce.
Humboldt. No. 91 (German), Turn
hall, Tuesdays at 8 n. m. Secretary,
Aaoipn uosch.
SUBORDINATE ENCAMPMENTS.
Meeting in I. O. 0. F. hall. Crown
street.
bassacus. No. 1, second and fourth
Fridays at 8 p. m. Scribe, J. S. Hunger-
iora.
Golden Rule. No. 24. first and third
iuesaays at 8 p. m. Scribe, G. N.
Moses.
Aurora, No. 27 (Germanl. first and
mira Fridays at 8 p. m. Scribe. Wil
liam Fricke.
PATRIARCHS MILITANT.
Canton Golden Rule. No. 9. Urmorv.
Exchange building, second Thursday
at s p. m. Clerk, Henry S. CooDer.
Canton Aurora, No. 12. Harusrarl hall.
second Friday ait 8 p. m. Clerk, Phllo
rauer.
KNIGHTS 01 HONOR.
Roger Sherman, No. 323, I. o. O. F.
hall, first and third Thursdays at 8 p.
m. Reporter, W. S. Ball.
Mercantile, No. 1352, I. O. O. F. hall,
first and third Tuesday at 8 p. m. Re
porter, Nathan H. Tuttle.
Steuben, No. 3053, Turn hall, second
and fourth Thursdays at 8 p. m. Re
porter, William F. Sternberg.
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS.
Rathbone, No. 1, Pythian hall, Cour
ier building, Wednesdays. K. of R.
and S., Erwin Barnes.
Sheffield, No. 2, blue room, Masonic
Temple, Tuesdays. K. of R. and S.,
Louis E. Jacobs.
Ezel, No. 3, I. O. O. F. building, Tues
days at 8 p. m. K. of R. and S., Fred
W. Dawless.
America, No. 52, blue room. Masonic
Temple, Fridays at 8 p. m. K. of R.
and S., W. H. Larkins.
Comstock, Uniform Rank, Aurora
hall, second Wednesday at 8 p. m. K.
of R. and S., Gustave RelnwaldV
O. U. A. M.
Pioneer, No. 1, 793 Chapel street,
Thursdays at 8 p. m. Recording secre
tary, H. S. Crittenden.
Washington, No. 7, 793 Chapel street,
Mondays at 8 p. m. Recording secreta
ry, Thomas C. Hastings.
Garfield, No. 14, 793 Chapel street,
Wednesdays at 8 p. m. Recording sec
retary, A. F. Zoller.
Unity commandery, No. 9, 793 Chapel
street, Tuesdays at 8 p. m. Clerk, E.
P. Griswold.
A. O. U. W.
Momauguin, No. 1, "Courier" building
second and fourth Wednesdays at 8
p. m. Recorder, Charles F. Curtiss.
Israel Putnam, No. 31, Golden Rule
hall, second and fourth Fridays at 8
p. m. Recorder, Edward E. Mix.
Phoenix, No. 43, room 13, Insurance
building, first and third Mondays at 8
p. m. Recorder, Henry E. Marsh.
Pyramid, No. 45, Pyramid hall, Mon
days at 8 p. m. Recorder, George A.
Sanford.
Sterling, No. 46, Blue room. Masonic
Temple, second and fourth Wednesdays
at 8 p. m. Recorder, Robert Shearer.
NEW ENGLAND OHDEB OF PROTECTION.
Beacon, No. 69, "Courier" bullflino.
second and fourth Mondays at 8 p. m'
Secretary, George Wallace.
Centennial, No. 92, "Courier" build
ing, second and fourth Fridays at 8
p. m. Secretary, Alma Pagels.
Charter uaK, no. im, "Courier" hniM.
ing, first and third Wednesdays at 8
p. m. Secretary, William R. Moore.
Winchester, xno. zus, 1. o. O. P. hnii
first and third Mondays at 8 p. m. a.l
retary, Herbert F. Beebe. .
Mozart lodge. No. 193, N. B. o. P
meets on the first and third Fridays of
each month in Turn hall. Herman G.
Neese, secretary. v .
TEMPLE OF HONOR.
Safety, No. 2, T. of H; and T., Temple
of Honor hall, 27 Insurance building
every Friday evening at 8 o'alock. -'
Unity Social, T. of H. and T,- Temple
of Honor hall, 27 Insurance building
every first, thir4 and fifth Monrta
evening at 8 o'clock.
Perseverance council, No. S3. D nt
L., meets Tuesdays at 8 p. m, Id S. of T.
hall. , '': - -
Fraternity council, No, 19. Nation. 1
Provident union, meets on ,the second
and fourth Monday evenings. Secreta
ry and treasurer, Frank Jenks. '
Ouinnlpiao conclave, No. SIS.' S.- of if,
halL 38 Grand avenue, first and third
Mondays at 8 p. m. Secretary, Frank
P. Tyler. ' . , -
Adelphl lodge, Masonio hall, Fair Ha-
vn, first and third Tuesday at 7:M d.
m. George A. French, W. M.; Albert
h. carglll, secretary.
Crawford council, Masonio Kali, Fair
uaven, first Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
T. I. master, Isaac t Mullory; receiver,
Albert H. Carglll.
rXPBQTKD ORDER HKPTASOPHS,
Yalt conclave, No. 244, Odd Fellows'
building, 95 Crown street, second and
fourth Fridays at I p, in. Secretary,
James R. Bolton.
WESTVILLI.
West Rock lodge, No. 48, A. O. U. W.,
second and fourth F'rldays; and Edge
wood lodge, K. of P., No. 11, on Monday
evenings In Masonio hall.
HEW HAVEN POSTOFflCE.
OFFICE HOUBS-Aprll 1 to Novemoer
.iu.wB:ip,ni, fto'
ivembcr 1 to April
8:00 p. ui. Sundays, from
10 1:00 n. m
V a. Ul. n in
1 1 1 Vu '",n for th sooommodatlon Of
the holders of lock boxes dav and nlirht
Arrival and Departure of Malls.
vs.
la.
No!'Jrork Railroad Wny-Opon IfcOO a.
in., 4:30, 9:00 p. ni. Close 6:30, 9:00 a. m., 2.00
p. m.
IlHltlmOr. Wrtaliln.nn Plillarfalnkl. m-A
Smithorn Btaros Open 7:00, :.. 11:00 a. m.
MO. a. m., 12:30, S:00, 3J0, (7:00 dally.
Including Sundays), 11:00 p.ui.
Chlcairo anil Wm urn t n , cm HttMn V.fn a.m
6:00, (MIO dully, including Sundays), 11:00 p. m.
Albany and Northf m New York Open 1ff,
10:30 a. m., AM). 7:0(1. 10-00
a. in., 12:X, il:U0, 6:00, 7:00.
i.wa. in., .inn Mi-iun m ir 7.
. ui., imMi, :ui, o:ou, ,:uu, ii:uu p. m,
flprinirfield Railroad Way-Opm 10:30 a.m..
3p. m. Close 6::. 10:14 a. ni 12:15, 2:30. 6:00
11:00 p.m.
Boston Ooen 7:00 a. m.. 1:00, 8:00, 4:30, 7:00,
NPW RRmnahfcA nnA Vnpmnn Tkn. V.IM
10:30a. m.. 3:00. 4:00. 10:00 n. in. CloanVm nils'
a . r.lrt ll.nrt- ' -
n. in., u.vu, i;uu p. m,
flnHnirflnlri Hnnn V.nA lA-IA a 0.M l.M
OKIOp.m. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m 12:16, J30, 6:0tf
1 :00 p.m.
Rnrtfnrrl rtnan V.m a.tn In.lAa M 1 .v mw
?KW, 8:00, 10-00 . m. ' Cioso 7:00, 10:ilS a.' m., l2:lK
8:30, 6:00, 0:16, 11:00 p. m., (12:00 m. Sundays).
Meriden Open 7:00, 10:30 a. m.. 1:00, 8:00, 7:00.
:80 n. m. Cloa" 7:0(1. io-in o. m.. 12:IS. a-.m a-m
...w u.., p. ,,,, tjuuvitij n
Nflff Britain Dnnn 7 (1 in n) a m 3 -An K.WI
10:00, 11:00 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:15 a, m., 3:30 ,'li.-od
p. at.
Waliinirford Open 10:30 a. m., 3:00, 7K p. m.
Close 5:80, 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 2:30, 6:00 p.m.
Wllllmantlo Open 7:00, 10:30 a. m 8:00. HMD
, m. Close 7K, 10:15 a. in., 12:15,3:55, 11:00 p.m.
Kenslnn-rnn Onen 10:30 a. m.. 3:00 n.m. ilnu
1:00 a. m., 2:30 p.m.
North Hnven Onrn a. m fl-rtl n m
Close 7:00, 10 06 a. m., 2:30, 6:00, 11:00 p. m.
Brldreport Open 7:00, 9:30, 12:00 a. m.. 8:80.
:80, 7:00, 9:00 p. m. Close 5:30 9:00, 11:00 a. mT
1, 2:00, 6:00, 7:00, 11:00 p. m.
New London Oncn 7:00. 10:30 a.m.. 830. T-m
10:00 p. m. Ciose 7:00, 10:15 s . m., 2:00, 4:30, U.-00
i, m. 4
New London Railroad Wav Onen 10:30 aL m..
1:30, 10.-OO p. m. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 4:80 p. m.
Branford, Guilford Open 10:30 a. m., 80.
lOKlOp.m. Oose 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 4:30, llKWp.m.
Norwloh and Eastern Connecticut Open
TOO. 10:00 a.m., 3:30, 7:00,0:30 p. m. Close ItiQ,
11:00a.m., 2:00, 4i, 11:00 p.m.
1ivri1inra an A "R U A a lalanA Vnakaa VfW
10:30a.m.. 3-30. 7:00. 10:00 p.m. Oose 7.-00, liod
a. m., 12:15, 2:00, 11:00 p. m.
Newport, B. I. Open 7:00 a. m 8:30, 7.O0 p.m.
Qoae 7:00, 11:00 a. mj.2:00, 11:00 p.m. ,.t. :. .
New Haven and Northampton Wav Onen
00,10:00 p.m. Close 6:00 a. m., 8:00 p. m,
la11lnalllA Hl.aailU TT-.J. ,tl O ,L
vmuiuDvii.ij, i laiHBYiiiQ, uuiuuiuii nnima
Inirton and New Hartford Open 10:30 a. m
1:00. 6:00. 10:00 p. in. Close 6:00( 10:14 a, nu, 8:001
b:00p.m.
Naucatuck Railroad Wav Ontm 1MB a. m
:00p.m. Close 9:00 a.m., 5:00 p.m.
Waterbury Open 7:00. 10:80 a. ra., 1:00, 8:80.
1:00,10:00 p.m. Close 6:00, 9:00, 10:15 a. m. 1:30,
w, xx,w y. ui.
Birmingham Opim 10:30 a. m.,3:00. 6:00, 8:00
. m. Close 6:00. 9:00i 11:00 am 130 K m n m
Seymour Onen 10:30 a. m.. 8:00 n. m. ft naA
00,9:00 a. m., 5:00 p. in.
Orana-e Onon 10:30 a. m.. 8:00 n. m ninaa,
:00 a.m., 5:00 p. m.
Honsatonlc Railroad Wav Onm 8 00. inm t
m. Ciose 9:00 a.m., 8:65 p.m.
Connecticut valley Road Wav Onen M-3n a
m 2:30, 6:00 p. m. Close 6:00 a. m., 2:00, 11.-00
Air Line Bailroad Wav Open 3:00, 10:00
Qose 7:00 a. m., 12:15, 3:55 p. ra.
p. ra.
Durham, Clintonvllle and Northford Open
10:30 a. m., 10:00 p.m. Close 7:00 a. m. 6:00 p.m.
Middletown Open 7:00, 10:30 a. m., 3'00, 7:00.
:00, 9:30 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 12:15 2:00
00,11:00 p.m.
Danhiirv Onnn TVl lo.m a m fl.im e.nn
Close 6:30, 9:00, 10:15 a. m, 2,00; 8:30, U:bo'p. m.
JHiirom-Open 9:30, 12:00 a. m., 8:30, 10:00 p. m.
Close 6:30, 9:00, 11 :00 a. m ., 2:00, 5:00 p. m.
twieaeRter Open C..:, 10:00 p. m. Close 7:00
,m., 6:00 p.m.
West Haven-Open 9:30 a. m., 1K, 430, 7:30
ui. vwbu u.tw a. in.. i:ou. o:w u. in.
Branch Oflice Open 9:15. 12:00 a. m., 5:00.9:30
i. m. Close 7,00, 9:15, 11:00 a. m., 4:50 p. m.
Westvllle Onin (MS a. m ltfln 9-aft n m
Qose 7:00. 11:00 a m 4:50 p.m.
North Branford and North Guilford Open
,.w ui. viubb l.vlM u. ui.
roreign upen at 7:(M a. m 8:00, 4:30, 7:00 p.
m- Close 5:30, 9:00, 11:00 a. m 1230, 8:00, 8:55,
iiW) aj.,w yt ui.
Carriers' letters can bo obtained in the even
lng between 7:00 and 8:0f o'clock at the carri
ers winaow bu nciays 1Z:0U to 1:00 p. m.
The letters in thn hnrsa at tho AoTt nrfll ha
collected by the looal agent five minutes be-
lure uie aeparture or all mall trains.
Money Sent Without Dancer of Lost.
Money orders aud registered letter windows
open from 8:00 a. m. until 7:00 p. m.
Money orders can be obtained at this office
upon any money order postoffloe in the United
States, Germany, Great Britain, Switzerland.
Canada, Italy, Portugal and India.
xuereea on orders In tue united states are:
Orders lor $5 or less, Ave cents; over 85 and
not exceeding 810. eight cents: over 810 and
not exceeding $15, ten cents; over 15 and not
cAi-TOuniB 3s.ui, inteen cents; over 53U ana not
exoeeding $40, twenty cents; over $40 and not
exceeding $50, twenty-flvo cents; over $50 and
not exceeding $60, thirty cents: over 860 and
not exceeding $70, thirty-five oents; over 870
ana not exceeding jm forty cents; over Sot
Uld not exceeding 10n fnrtv.nvaiwnra-
"Bequestto return" will be printed across
the end of stamped envelopes, furnished by
the postoffice department, without additional
opst, where such are ordered in lots of not less
thanSOO. 1 .
No fractions of cents should be Introduced
in an order. '. . .
To facilitate the free delivery system letters
should be plainly addressed to street and num-
per. rHANms u. BEACH. Postmaster.
CITY ELECTION. ,
TO the Sheriff or the City of New Haven,
Greeting:
Tou are nereby required to warn the free
men of the City of Nt H iven to meet on
Tuesday, the 4th day of December, 1894, at 6
o'clock in the forenoon until 5 o'clock In the
afternoon, to vote by ballot for a Mayor, a
Clerk, an Auditor, a Treasurer, and a Sheriff
of said city; also, th , fresmen registered
and entitled to vote In each ward In said city
to further vote by ballot for one alderman to
serve from the first day of January, 1895. un
til the first day of January, 167, and three
councllmen to serve from the first day of
January, 1895, until the first day of January,
The freemen of the city of New Haven will
vote from their respective voting dl striata,
asfollows: , - -
First District 165 Crown street, "oorner
uregson s'reet.
Seoond Distriot City Supply Bouse, oor
ncr Oak and Spruce streets. ,
Third District 61 Congress avenue.
lourth Distriot Columbus avenue,Havey's
stable.
Fifth District 245 Woo rter street, -corner
Olive street. . . , ; y
Sixth District (8 St. John street. 1 v !
Seventh Distrlot-ai7 Wal aoe street, 8b
Patrick s Y. M. T. A. & B. Society building. '
Eighth District- State street, j . .
Ilnth District-ei Foote s reet, : ' : ;
Tenth D strict 298 Elm street. i '; ;
Eleventh Distriot 19 Chaps! street.: ;' h .
Twelfth Dls(rlct-84 Graud avenue,
Given under my hand intbeOltjrof Hew
Haven, this 28th day of November, 1894.
' JOSEPH B. 8ABGBNT, Mtyor,
lne foregolna- la a tnio oonv of ttie driainal
warrant. JAME8 V. BflLANNAGAN,
an CitTtBlerilT. 1
tuAl-tKMI ll-nfi (,.,. it. nn n.ftn
".''rWi3':0".'. 3:.VS; 6; 00, (J:0O dilly.
eliidlug Sunday ). ii:uo i. in.
Plumbing and Gasfitting.
J. H. Buckley, 179 Church tt
MMXutun m.iiv a
'VlJlm-,' laii
Largest Stock of Heating Stoves
IN THE CITY.
Furnaces, Hot Water and Steam
Heaters.
Gas Fixtures, OH Lamps, and Kitchen
Furniture.
ALSO MAGEE RANGES.
& PIERPOHT.
272 274 276 278 Elm street.
THE REGAL HUB.
Elmted Closet, Cabinet Base.
Over 1600 used in New Haven.
The heaviest, finest made, and most
convenient Range ever offered.
SOLE AGENT,
S. E. DIBBLE,.
639 Grand Avenue.
PARLOR STOVES.
We are now prepared to show vou
the largest assortment of Parlor Stoves
to be found in the city, comprising all
the latest designs and the most eco
nomical and powerful heaters In the
market to-day.
Fire Place Goods
IN GREAT VARIETIES.
Brass Andirons, Black Iron Andirons,
Brass Fire Sets, Black Iron Fire Sets,
Hearth Brushes, Portable Orates, Fire
Screens, etc.
Gas Fixtures
In great varieties. New designs arriv
ing dally. Our stock is now complete
and prices low. -
Sanitary Plumbing,
Steam and Hot Water Heating, -
A SPECIALTY.
THE ARNOLD CO.
STATE AND CROWN STREETS.
YOUR CHRISTMAS
AS WELL as your THANKSGIVING DINNER
Will not be complete
ROOT'S QUAKER BREAD.
Most nutritions and palatable, and endorsed and highly recommended
i - . by the medical faoulty, ;
Thousands say It la the most delicious and healthful bread ever introduced to
'. ; the New Haven public. Made by the original process at . .
Rpot'sBakery 859 Grand Avenue
1 ' ' BE SURE AND . v .
. Ask your grocer for ROOT'S QUAKER BREAD.
V W IaMv on eachioaf. . -
.-.iv. ;,';;.;' j., .,;a
7 S
bl'AUlM'ls MKW IIAVKN AIAA-
l'OKTATIO.V LING.
Dally Kseant datnrdas.
- j(J V, Mr. JOHN H. BTAU1N, Caplala
hurm.l'ior foul or lirtiwn itrMt, t U.lft p,
r HimilHu n..latf lluinula.a sits-
WM. a K(iKToX. lijpuUn Spoor, Monday.
WedntMdav, and Friday. Ilia Siarla laavaa
NewyorkfwmllerUi.Sl,rtliUivur.atlD.m.
Monday Wulnoadaya and Fridays, the
erioii.Suuaay iuoadayaand 'lUuraaay.
axe, too: exouraloa UakoU, fUb, ttwte.
Kms 61.00.
rooms
lluKeta ana itaLoroomj for
aalu at J. M.
laota, Jrj'.oAlC'lwpoi auaot; Pouk Bishop,
"IB! I hail ami Tonllna U.I.J ami Juliil
ID at J. M.
M.iii!rc,.U-r .treet. '
Free stave loavui the depot on arrival o
arrival of
Cburotaul
nttruora train, ana rroin oornsr tuuraiai
B-JUp, m. 'Ihriuau trvixM rau f .von and
bllta of ladlmr Issued to points wvsl,tulu
uiu -rauimii, v.- amf
ruCTyor,r..ntv,.0..rium-.
New Haven Steamboat Co.
llMmvmliM irht V Kiai-ln . n
RICHARD PECK,
Lea vp New llnv. if (bulla Dock) dally (eioeot
ouuuayj, u:ju ingui; now iura nur a iwat
tuvorj, j p. m,
CONTINENTAL,
New Haven, dally (oxoupt Sunday, 10:13 a. mai
Now y.rlc. II: m p. ra., Saturday U .a.
Far fl.00. Excursion tut).
Btataroorns and tiaknla far aala a ParW M
Bishop's JIM C'Uapol at root, and at Mix's druc
Throuffh rates atvan and bills of ladlnirls.
sued to points Wuat, South and Southwest by
we new naveo laai creitfut una,
Free stuite trom depot 10 nlirUt boat on ar
rival or trains.
KDW.C. LlBOCRGBOIS. Agent
EVERYTHING
To Make Your Home Beautiful and
Life Happy.
WHITE ENAMEL,
BATH ENAMEL,
VARNISH STAINS,
GOLD PAINTS,
HEADY FOH USE.
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
396-398 State Street.
Courier Bulldlns;. New Haven, Conn.
a
VAULTS and GE8SF00JJS
nikAxijx uiJEiAniitiJ ox
fr'AUA HAM.
Frloea Low and satisfaction Guaranteed.
nrdpra left At
BRADLEY & D ANN'S. 406 i tate Street,
HOB'T. VKITCH SON'S, 74 Chapel Street,
I.INHIRV WdllTilYl'a llDa4j...
Will receive prompt attention. F, 0. Aidress
Vox em. Telephone ta-U,
R. G. RUSSELL,
Ai'cliitect,
852 Chapel Street.
COMPRESSED AIR
Carpet Cleaning Works.
WIUUU F. ivAAfP ft CO.,
Proprietors,
106 Court St., New Haven, Ct.
Work done at short notice. mhSStf
Win&tvtixlitvs.
H. W. BEECHER. J AS. M. BENNET I.
BEECHER and BENNETT.
Funeral Directors and
Embalmers,
No. 280 Elm St., Broadway Square.
Telephone No. 878-3. Lady Assistant.
Nlifht Bell.
oitOtf
THEODORE KEILER,
UNDERXAKER,
Alft,
162 ORANGE STREET,
Near Court street.) Telephone No. 837-3.
L. W. ROBINSON.
ARCHITECT,
Removed to
No. 760 CHAPEL STREET.
Philadelphia Dental Rooms,
781 Chapel Street.
Teeth cleaned.
Teeth filled with Amalgam, 53o.
jeubii nuou wiw ouver. loo.
Teeth ailed with Gold,
$1.00 and up.
Teeth extracted, 25o.
Vitalized Air, 50O.
Teeth Extracted Without Pain by the use of
our v lHULteu Air, maae rresn at our omoe.
Office Open at All Honrs.
L. B. MONKS, D. D. S., Manager,
.unless you have-
HEAT YOUIl HOUSE
' WITH XHB CELERBATED
Ilahony Boiler.
Steam or Hot Water,'Direot or Indirect Radiation,
ALSO HOT AIR FURNACES.
Driven Wells a specialty. Engineers' 8nppues,
First-class work guaranteed. Factory work aoU-
oited. Personal attention given, to modernizing
1 defective plumbings, y . . t , , .
. SHEAHAN & GROABK,
J Steam Fitters and Plumbers. I -Telephone 4043
' 285 and 287StAta Stmot.
ZvixvtUtva' Gtxi&c,
New York, New Hayenand
Hartford H. II.
I Tmoer l, HEM
I i
TRAINS LBAVBNEW HAVE! asrOLLOW.
I .. u ".sruuiiuwj
v" ""---:3J, 'AM, tSKM. VM.
I 'Kid. 6:30, &, tlO-JD a. bl, 1J;00, M l b
(parlor ear nmltadl. 1j -a ni a 7
1 .4.K. ,tM .. JT, 11 .r
Ir"1 S- aO, 1:10, 1:10, (fcU
I uim-opor anmoaMtoaj
I OridsreDOrt aaaommndatlnnt a.in a.n
SVKDArtU M, iM. 6.-00 a. inTtain. tau
I ... .TV-" -l 10MI, 111
'L"? 7i3?
OU WASHINGTON TU RABLEM BITBlt
-'ISilo a. m. (dallyl '1:10 b m
..f.K lTON tu BFaiNOPIELD-Hill
I'llM a. m., 'LOJ, t&) p.. nj. SUSOAT-
I S3U (nlirtltl. A:5Zb m
I - r
FOlt IIOSTON ru, NEW LONDON ANn
SSJSJWa
P.m. BBDATS-'2:1J, -330 a. mM '4.
P. m. , .,
FOR BOSTON TU AIR IIN8 AND It Y a
N.E. It It H:Sln. m -...j,
FOR UEBIDEN. HARTFORD. Ptin
Dlcin D ........ '
1 11:04 a. m 13:01 l.-ui. J-lo a-n ui,i,',.
Hartfonir iimk ' ? (,:U "
:.J.l' 8KB' lft(B P' m- 00r-IaW
' ""i Wlnt), 6:40, 8.-00, tlOstJ,
' ' , , w WJWUIWa4uj I.IO,
iw London Division.
FOUNKW LONDON, BraUfnirtt,
(nlBht). W. una. Hal ZLZl 'u?
Ited), a, m, ,U;0J. SM. 3:00. 'fcli ..
(Guilford aooommodatloni. "s-m ii.
f. (uuuiura accommodation.) BuKDArs-
jnigoii, -iM uugat), lj55, -fcis p. nu
AlrLlns DMslon.
FOB MIDDLETOWN. WILLIMAimn -
-8.-0B nu, la), Hjst, 8:0S p. m. BrNnars-
l-BT n na X. A I . ... ... .
-. v uiun, ac maaiotown with
Valley Division and at WlillmanUn H,h w v
4 N. B. and N. L. N. B, H,j at XurnerviUe with
uoionester Dranoa.
Northampton Division.
FOR BHELBURNB FALLS, TrRNEB',
FALLS, WILLIAMBBDHQ. HOr.FOk- aii
nan MAUiiruitLi, and intermedlato statlou
i:o. H.-lMa. m. and4:00o. m.
FOB NORTH AMPTON and points this side-
Berkshire DIvMon.
- v" "nwo uuiiuriON 4 n. m FOR
iff 1 vt nviiuv tinta..
I KTT A W mnn w
ST-T wtffi JStfit
I v tt Aijuaauax inn. 9:4a) a. m 1J;JJ
87,5:30, 1Jj p. m. 8DWDATa-8:10ii. m
FOH WIN8TED-7K10. V:40 a, m.. Jr. M,.
BnnoATS 8:10 a. m.
FOH SHELTON. BOTSFORD. mrrnvn
DANBUIIY, FUMSFIKLD, STATU LIN E t:U
a. m.. 48 p. m.
FOR ALBANY, BUFFALO, DETROIT. CIS
CINNA1I, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND THU '
" si via State Line 0:40 a. m., 48 p. m. .
FOB LITCHFIELD and nolnta on 8. L s, M
B.B. :C0a. m. (via Brlds-onort and Bswlw.
vUle.) im. in. (via Hawleyvllle.)
Express Trains, t Local Express.
CT.UBMPsTEAlt.Qen. Passeug-er Ast
DR. KELTjY,
Graduate of three universities,
years' ejoprince In all chronic llseasej.
Old. Kallabla. Krnar, Hnul.ll.,
In Nervous DisesM. UukmI Ai.ti Mirin in
tians. Kidney and Bladder troubles, and all
Private Diseases of men and women
YOUNG MEN . . ,
ISufferino; from the effects of youthful folllei
or indiscretions, or troubled with weakness.
Nervous Debility, Loss of Memory, Despond.
or any disease
civ. ATiiMvu wj oouui,, aiuney xTouoies.
or tne Uenlto-Urlnary Oriraas,
can here find a siife and apeedy cure. Charires
raouiiiHiiiJ, viieuiaiir - to Door. uliKI
n ,T A U A wmT7i?T, - -
V, U T i " ' 1 i. civ, .
middle-aged men
Troubled with too frequent evacuations of
the bladder, often accompanied by a slight
smarting: or burninsr sensation, anil wpakon.
inir of the svstem in a manner that nntiAnt
I cannot account for, thedootor will eruarantos
a perfect cure in ail such eases, and healthy
restoration of the genlto-urinary orirans.
PILES
Positively cured without pain by a new
method, entirely oritrlnal with us. Nn mil.
tins; or cautery used. No detention from
regular business n-,oaoa'v. f l
uunsuiyrATiOJM fkisb.
MT"Of9ce at Room 8. Board man BnlliUni
corner Chapel and State streets. .
umoe nours: a a. m. to is m., m p. m.i
evenings I to 9. Sundays, 10 to 13 a. m.
Patients treated bv malL Oorrespondeaoi
ooutldential. . ' nl
DR. GILL,
Residence and Office, '
548 Chapel Street, New Haven,
WUIIMa
Consultation Hours, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
- Sundays by Appointment Only.
I Dr. Gill Has Had 28 Years Extensiva
Experience
IN THE TREATMENT AND CUBS Of
FEMALE DIFFICULTIES,
till V ATE DISEASES, and'
CHRONIC COMPLAINTS.
Particular attention flven'to thatolassof
a.lments requiring the services of the best
surgioal skill and i-xperlenoe, suoh as Rup
tures, FlBtulas, Files, Gravel, Strlotures, and .
all diseases of the Genital Organs, Bladder
and Bectum, In either sex, from whatever
cause. Nervous Debility anu seminal weak
ness speedily cured. All manner or Fits, Pa
ralysis, Palsy, St. Vitus Danoe, Nervous
Spasms, Diseases of the H art and Nerves,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sclatioa, Blood and
Skin Diseases oured. , - .- : r
JtEMALECOMPI,AINTS. 1
T)r mil nan be consulted on the most dell-
cnt.H mpdlcal Fubieot tn the striotest oonfl-
denoe, anil ladies, married or .single. Can be
assured of honorable treatment and speedy
relief. Good board and nursing when re
quired. Tn doctor cures all female difficulties front
whatever cause, without pain, and in-the
quickest, safest way. Don't drug or delay,
but see him at once. "The stitch in time
save' nine." ,
I3TJS. B. Special arrangement for confine
ment oases. F easant homes as long as de
sired before accouebnunt. Terms moderate.
All letters eontati
All letters containing stamp promptly ah-
I swered, Everythin
rerea, uiveryunna; stncxiy connaenuai.
r strictly confidential
Advice by letter 11.00.
.00. Manv oases success-
I fully treated by mad.. Address
Dr. HENRY F.GILL,
548 Chapel Street,
'olSly ! cw Havim, C n.
Security Insnrance Co.
OF NEW HAVEN. - ' ;
OFFICE 31 CENTEB STREET. '
Caab Assets July 1, 1804, S 580,093.4a, (
4 niBicTOBS: ; - . .
num. R. LflAtA. . GorneHuflPlfmMamt.v.'' -v i
Jas. D. Deveu, A. C. Wilcox, . . .
H.naaon, aioei &. Bperrr, .
E. G.Stoddard, aE. Merwln, -
Wm. H. Tyler. . " - John W. Alung. , f
. . . . it!!"' names. . v
CHAS.a IiEETE, H. MASON, ' '
r f Tv-Bntrmv r ww T-ii..n " -
., Aaa't. eeoretarj'.
Jleod,
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