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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL ANP COURIER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4 1894.
Dress Silk One success Inspires another and makes it easier. The tide of unequalled Silk offerings that has been swelling 6tead!ly 6lnce early summer, reaches a new height to-day. $1.50 Silks, at $i.oo. This lot Includes fancy Satins, Ben galees, Taffetas, Scotch Plaids end checks some were as high as $2.50 Juat the thing for Walete and Combina tion. $1.00 Silks, ' at 69c, A good assortment of Fancy Silks of all kinds. You can make a good cho.ce from these. The checks, espec ially, are very desirable. 75 SSI at $ TT "5F Llghtand Dark Fancy Silks, Impos sible of description, but we notice there ere always appreclatlye buyers before them. , 75 de Sole, at $io2s. A pink edge, eatln-flnlsh Silk that Is very desirable and dirt-cheap, at $125. Is there any question where the crown of Silk supremacy tests? 762 to 768 Chapel Street. I0AL. 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 FOR THANKSGIVING, We have secured about four thousand pounds extra fine Raisins worth 12 ots per pound j for the next ten days you can buy them at 9 cents, & lbs for 26 oents. . New Imperial Raisins by the pound or in quarter boxes. New Seedless Raisins, New Currants. New Figs, New Dates, New Prunes. NEW NUTS. English Walnuts, Pecans, Filberts, Aldonds and Brazils, SPICES. ' Our Spices are pure and of the best quality. CANDY. . Something New French Chips, Coconut Creams and Buttercups . at special prices, ' AT THE ' BOSTON GROCERY, N; A. FULLERTON, Prop'r, 926 Chapel Street, corner of Temple. Branch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street FINE FLOOR COTEEINGS aill grades of Carpets, Mattings, Bugs, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, etc , at lowest prices ever quotoa. , Ingrain Carpets. t . Never so low in price, never so Oriental J&ugs. We have just received a new ,. Rugs end Mats. Long Rugs for balls, eto. NEi' HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO. ', ' 68, 70 and 78, Orange Blieet;1? '" ' ' ? Open Saturday evenings. . . . l'H18 WEEK, : : 'SPECIAL PBICES 0wTpO;SES. iiARGHJ TABIETY OF COLORS 4Jp . BXTLES. 694 Chapel ALL POLL! And Yet the Substantiate Must Be Looked After. Keep Your Eye On Flour, Yoti -will Pay More for It We have 400 barrels on the way, and we offer until further notloe choice New FrooeM at 14.00 per barrel. Teas, Coffees and Pure Spices A SPECIALTY. BUTTER Our best Creamery, in 1 pound onkes. per pouud, 83c. In 5 and 10 lb boxes, per pouud, 81o. Compare tbe quality wltb auy in the market. The price quoted Is proving very satisfactory to tbe buyers, and they are Increasing in numner. a lew su aud 60 pound tubs, Pure Vermont Maple Syrup, per gal Ion cnn, (1.00. Pure Vermont Maple Syrup, per half gauou can, 660 ; in bottles, which oon tain 5 to the gallon, 20o. Tomato Catsup, tbe best In market. uu per uome, 11, to per aozen. 411 and 413 State St., cor. Court. DENTISTRY. G. H. GIDNEY, 797 Chapel St., North side. Six doors below Oranire.establlshed 1871. Den. wol'j iu u in orancnes. rrlOi ' In all Its branches. Prloes the lowest consistent with nrst-elass work. ohoioe In design and quality as now. shipment, comprising some very choice Street MUJIATCRJC ALMAMAO. DECEMBER 4. ' son Bfms, 1 I Moo8m, UOT I UiaK WAtia, mtR ii.k FINB younf Mexican parrot, olieap, oraddraaa (dH1) btOutDBft Cull KKKT. . .. FOUND. A ICit of moaiir. Inaulra a- e H U WKBSTBR BTRRKT. SILK pun eootaiDinv sum of maner. be tween Howe HtoUn's ud (iu Com- v"t wiwara u returned to - M m BXUHAMOB 8THEET. It. B. M AL LORY, AUCTIONEER. vuonnuui Mies a apeoiaity. umoe 7tt 11 OttANOsSBTKKET. MRS. A. A. TANYANE, CONCEUT SOPRANO. TEACHER OK VOICE CULTURE. d4tf 80 ROVE PLACE MRS. COMSTOCK Will bold a sale of a fine assortment of Mexican Drawn Work, nlso Art Em- oruiaenet ana novelties xor the Holidays, AT THE NEW HAVEN HOUSE PARLOR. Wednaariajr and Thursday, d48t Deoember 5 and t. FOR SALE. Two Family Housa on Whalley Avsnus. Good barn. Lot 90x284 foot. JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, lit Ohurob street. Open evenings. I We propose to turn as much oi our stock as Dbssible into - cash during the present month. We have the largest and most var.ed assortment of Furniture. Carpets, Stores. etc., We ever had, both Stand- ard year 'round, and novelties Every article marked in plain figures. And during this mnnth ira nrWl month we wril allow a UJsn Discount of 20 Por Cent. tO every DUrchacer. in.i ... ims is a genuine discount sale and affords an opportunity never approached in New Ha- ven for Durciasinrr hnUHnv ju.v.mjing 1"J1,ua :u r. , gins vi iur starting nouse- keeping. . BROWN & DURHAM. Complete Housefurnishers, ORANGE AND CENTER STREETS. Cash or Credit. TL II 1 I I if I A I HP Mllllm I ITP InC I II I llll IIIUIUUI LI I U uU. OF NEW YORK. EICHARD A. MoCUBDY, President, J UilHI IV . JM1UJ1ULH, Uen'l Agent. rh A. rt, m 1 9l1'7d9l09O.oO. ii i I T I ne Largest Lite Insurance a Company in the World. THE MUTUAL LIFE is now issuing a new contract guaranteeing Special Annual Income to the Insured, which makes our present policies the best se curity for the protection of a family and the surest income producing in vestment Better than any stock or bond. Any person wishing to know the terms on which these investments are sold can get the rates by sending ad dress with AGS to SAMUEL D. HOWLAND, SPECIAL AGENT, d3 No. 49 Church Street. IT'S ASTONISHING The way tbe ladles flock into our store, and walk out with a pair of our NEW NEEDLE TOED Shoes on, with the re mark that they are the most COM FORTABLE Bhoe they ever tried on, and they certainly have the STYLE. . .; fensisflWelte:! Fo Buttsa Csgrei ' 4.C3 Fica Wing Tip Batten, ' 4.53 . Ladies' Wool Slipper Soles, 170, I 773 CHAPEL tTR EST; I tow doted Bvenragaioeptltoiidaf 11 au Dtanaf, - .-fi y i ,-.t lOV W ZVy.U DO Bi, Of 3U.S4I 67 MKtSHTA 1NMKST. Hyperion. MIm Marie Jansen appeared last eve ning In "Miss Dynamite" to a falr-alsed audience. She la a very popular and successful actress, but the play which she present la not a success. The company with which she Is surrounded Is a most excellent one and worthy of a much better piece. "The supreme luxury of fun" Is the manner In which an eminent critic has described the latest comedy success, "The New Boy," which will be present- -CharlesFrchman'scompanywlth James T. Powers, the well known come dian, as the central figure this even ing. 'The New Boy" Is a companion play and a worth successor to that fa mous bit of fun, "Charlie's Aunt" It will be presnted here with exactly the same cast and with all the details which characterized Its 136 nights' run at the Standard theater, New Tork, and It Is safe to say it will constitute one of the brilliant attractions of the amusement season. The company Is one of the best ever gathered together for the Illustration of the farcical side of life. Sale of seats now open. To-morrow evening lloyt's newest work, under the qunlnt title of "A Black Sheep," will be presented for the first time in this city. "A Black Sheep" Is a farce comedy, pure and simple, and said to be full of clean, wholesome fun, bright and witty dialogues, amus ing situations, and replete with brilliant and catchy music. The piece Is In three scenes. Sale of seats now open. Grand Opera Holme. I " " " " - WW... VVQU.. .Illlpa oral! ft AltAfft. .vimnanv ta(rnn a week's enir&fement last evenlnsr. nre- sentlng Von Suppe's romantic opera comlque "Boccaccio." Julea Grau has organized and equipped a company which stands foremost among the or ganizations of Its class. While this COmDanv la nnt known In tho enntorn states, it has a very high standing throush tha sou- ah the favorites were welcomed with demonstrative en thusiasm laat niTht. The areetinir to the C0me(Jlan8. Feich and ciayton, was an cordiality. It was the tribute of I BU nypiwittiive auuience. miss f anny MverB. m . wazina- mm. nf hrii,n red. nnnckArAfl an "Rriooortn tti pretty and exPreBsive fae. unusual i "t6uuiD ui. manner, peculiar ana quaint methods and eccentricity of cos I i t.i ..... .... K; - as having been many years ago with XZJ!: son and Mlss Po'y Marriott were also mofft lvftnta.hlA linfl ofllofl r.0 t r. . .. D'i"t" .i" the strength of the company. Miss Lil lian Harvey, Miss Emma Leslie and Miss Lottie Hudson were also well re ceived. Others In the cast worthy of special, praise fop, their workiwere Syl van Langlods, Thomas H. Persse, Clar ence Harvey, E. HH Arnold, Frank Woodman, Herman Brand and Peter Depew. The chorus and orchestra were up to date and the costumes beautiful. The entlre orsan'zation is one of genuine merit, ana its success here, as else- where, is already -assured. Mr. Grau ramn superintends all the operas in person and will leave nothing: undone to make them UD to date In ewrv detail Tho PTa- to be sungr to-night 19 "Amorita, w tne New York casino successes. I fl f .lmA nnxl mill a H.i.V.. T.a I 1 ...ob b.u.v tinvt nil, llv. uuuuk UC (CV.C1VCU by a large audience. juanagrer u. jj. tsunneu will give his ptmB another treat to-day at the wauiau wr.a.u aivuot, T "VII VUC ClU" cutlonist. Miss Myrtle KIngsland, will give her entertainment, "Art, Poetry am Music." Miss KIngsland has made many friends In New Haven during her stay here.and has been much grat ified at the way In which her entertain ment has been received. By special re quest to-day Miss KIngsland will recite "Sheridan's Ride," and views showing the different events will be shown upon tbe canvas. Poll's Wonderland Theater. Crowds at every performance again yesterday; every seat taken and stand ing room at a discount The special at traction yesterday, and for the re mainder of the week, was John W. Ran sone in his great caricature of "The Ruler of New York." Mr. Ransone per sonates Dick Croker in a way to cap ture the politicians and all who know anything of Tammany HalL It is, of course, the humorous. Side of politics only which Mr. Ransone touches, and he does it in a way to please everybody and offend nobody. Mr. Ransone has captured every city he has visited.and will undoubtedly capture New Haven also, with his whimsical conceit. But other notable attractions are Dixon, Bowers and Dixon, in their funny acro- pauo comeay; tne uowes. with their amusing miniature theatricals: Kather. Gyles, with her dextrous Juggling Anuian ciuds; uauon and Dnlfnn with their artistic creations f old darkies; Howard and Williams, in their neck-breaking knockabout: act; the Misses Rice and Halvers, with' their cnarmmg mirror dance; Lassard and Van Doe, In their sensational tumbling and Collins and Ray in an amusing comedy sketch. ii is as excentionniiv strdng bill, and affords to ail a big measure of fun, Or LOCAL IirTXBZST. Fuuadal Notes Mew . Haves Cleauin. Ilouae Dividend! Coming. The New Haven Clearing; House re- borta the clearing! and (balances for the Week ending December lstl and for the correspondlnc week of last I year, also for the full month-of No vember of this) and the last year: ' 1894. y, - Balanoes. - H93. NOV. M, 24S,84S.U "4o9,596 03 122316717 Nov, IT, 184.040 33 8L440 33 190,40 4 KoVL Is. J1J.613 40 : 62.14I 14 Inn Tu an JovS Holiday..! - !. 1, 238.317 tl (0, US 7 21MS2 4 $1,077,343 6g 1265, 21 11.075,110 M Increase clearings wevk; of 1W4, tl, 232.74. Balances week of 1893. t3o4,347.ia. Decrease balances week of 1IH, S48,- 950.M. , Clearings. Nov. 1894. $6,203,239 9 Nov., 1893, 1,961,923 47 ltalances. $1,628,033 13 1,603.277 18 Decrease i 1894. " ' $788,683 C3 Increase balances of Nov., 1894. I24.7M 97 The Delaware & Hudson Coal Co. TvS?ZZ have declared the usual quarterly dlvl ber 16th Tbe Diamond Match Co. books close to-morrow for the usual quarterly divi dend of Zi per cent., payable Decem ber 12th. The Little Miami R. R. pays a guar anteed quarterly dividend of 2 per cent. December 10th. The coupons due July 1st from the Union Paclflo R. R. first mortgage six per cent bonds were paid November 28th. The receiver of the New York and New England has been authorized to pay the coupons due July 1st from the first mortgage six and seven per cent, bonds. Official notice of time payment has not yet been sent out, but it 1b ex pected that the coupons will be paid during this week. Boston & Lowell R. R. transfer books close on Wednesday next for a semi annual dividend of 3V4 per cent, paya ble January 1st. The books close for the Chicago & Northwestern dividend on Wednesday, I.ecture by Jama D. Dewell. James D. Dewell gave a very interest- Ing lecture on his Arctic trip before a large number of ladles and gentlemen before Pyramid lodge, No. 45. A. O. U. W.. at Pyramid hall last evening. The lecture was fully Illustrated with stere- optlcon views, and was much enjoyed by all who listened to it. A Flesh Forming: Food, (Artificially Digested.) Stimulating, exhilarating and strengthening, Without alcohol, -.wu.wv. It adds new tissue to emaciated forms, makes them plump, rosy and healthy. Thin, pale people ill become fleshy . 1 i . i r. J ana rosv cneegea aner usino- and rosy cheeked after using it. Paskola supersedes Cod Liver Oil (without its repul sive taste), and arrests the wasting in consumptive cases, You can buy it at any drug store. Send your name to The Pre-Digested Food Co., 30 j e t ? v ' Keade St., New ork, and get their inrpreqtincr namnhW r..r Charles 8. Leete & Co., dlfuFr&w New Haven. 4aVQ O QO'Ql'QOO it It Isn't Vorv Plaoeont P 'To invite your Thanksgiving guests p'nio your aining room when youl kKnow mat it is shabbily furnished.. TOUB .THANKSGIVING DINNER Will be a success If served from! one of our Dinner Sets. Those $7.08 Dinner Sets sold so well we have df olded to offer another set at a great saorifioe. 130 Piece Dinner Set, Fine porcelain, Ridgeway's New Golden Brown, Clevedon gold trimmed, at . $14.98. A few more of the left. $7.98 sets rBaking Dishes of All Kinds i Fanoy Crockery, both orna mental and useful. Yellow Dishes, Drip Pans, and Pie Plates. DINING CHAIRS, EXTENSION TABLES, SIDEBOARDS and CHINA CLOSETS. McrictLAyei, Complete House-outfitter, O 755 to 763 Chapel Street. Q , Open every evening. yyyy-r yKKlsvfawaV violets not more grateful to the sense of smell thaiv: "X'&'-r ' ' Grandma's Pancake Flduri ?"e This ls. an appetizlnir fact. Your grocer has It tf ft float stur, take it back. S. H. Street & Co. ruVXIt JKAn IJf A WELL, Benjamin Ijibam Wandartd Away rrem II mi I'raiarday Morning. Benjamin P. t'pham, aged sixty-five yearn, residing at &S Clark street, was found dead In a well lt the yard of his nssldcneo about 6:80 o'clock last even lug. The well was about thirty feet dp and contained about seven feet of water. Early yesterday morning he left the house and was not again seen until found In the well, although a dili gent search was made for him. Medical Examiner White was notified and ujade a thorough Investigation. As n result of his Investigation ho de cided that there was no foul play and Is of the opinion that the man either Jumped or fell Into the well. Orrat Intaraat Awakauad. Washington, Dec 8. The notification to the Murine hospital service that Parke. Davis & Co., the Detroit chem lulu, were preparing to manufacture nnti-toxinc, the new remedy for dlph thrrla, han been fully confirmed and has uwukencd great Interest here. Dr. lioux's discovery has created such sensation In Europe that American physicians are anxious to put It to thorough te.st. ASK YOi:it DUUOGIST FOR IT. RiH'h hi ronir proofs of tho nun mmlo by l)r. David Kennedy's Favorite Komedy liavo l.pen hruiiKht to public notice tlirounhtho viuluiia nrwitnnpor lnventlfcutlonn, tliatlMias hropiue aatandiirtl nindlclne forthodlaoanes for which It is prepared. Dr. O. 11. lnicruhum of Amsterdam, N. Y Htatt-s a-hcro tho rcxular prescriptions used In fiit-o oi kidney dlseiiae uud irravel utterly fulletl. Uo prt'scrl bed Dr. Kenncly's Favorito Hoiimly, and it ourcd tho patient. Dr. u'm. Smith of Jowotfs Holirhts N.Y. li e it rl Ik i Favorite Hrmedy for Mm. rnspur iir.xKior AtiHMia. . r.. who waa aulTur Inir Iro u kldnuv iIIhciwo and ulccruilon of the KCnium h; after the seuond day, xteady Im piovument wu noled, and Dual pcrmanout iri-i.vflj. Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Hcniody nets dl- rei tlyiipun the kidneys, liver and blood in ejsun oi luTvouaiKMa. dyspepsia, rheiinintlatn mill Hi IkIiI 'b d.Kuasc ; It nan mado moat pro- nminoed cures after ail other treatments uuvu iaiieo. JHcai Estate. TO UKNT. VEHY desirable furnished honsoon College street.. ItOHHINS. 4U Chanel St. dS2t FOR RENT. FOH rent, with board, furnlahod or unfur- nished rooms. Hi) FAKK 8TKEBT. dfl TO RENT. A HANDSOME furnished room, with all modern Improvements. "'Qt do UMVE STHEET. FOR KENT. bslKABLG and oonvonlent suit of rooms, no. o Oramre ntiHnt ui oi L. U. BAKTHOLOMB W. 61 Oranire Sr.. FOR RENT, "PLEASANT rooms, with irond bo"r1 ms, witn iraoa DO"ri. N! THIJMHULL STREET. dl 7f FOR RENT. In private family, pleasant room, with board, for man and wife, or two a-entle- men; also table board; location central. sll tf Address DAV, Courier office. FOR SALE, A GOOD PAYING HOUSE, Would take a buildinir lot or farm In ex- building lot or farm cnanice. R. E. BALDWIN, 818 Chapel street d&w FOR SALE, A HOUSE on Olive stroot. nonr Chapel St.: lot 50x300. Frloo will be mado low anil terms very easy to a prompt buyer. MERWIN'S Heal Estate OIBob, 630 759 Chapal street, Rockaway lbr Sale. NB B. Manvllle & Co. extension front (uiass) it lonaway in good order. One Curtain Rockaway (light) in fair order. CHARLES II. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Monday arid Saturday evenings. For Sale Cheap, LOT between Sherman and Wlnthrop ave nues, 40x107 ; price $700. uumn iv monaster avenue near tne win Chester factory, 49x150 j price $750. CHAS. D. NICOLL& CO., 82 Church atreet, (Benedict Building), room 15. Evenings from 7 to 8. Westvilfe to Have Rapid Transit. BUILDING lota on Main, Fountain, West Prosoect. Willard. Alden. Hamuli and other desirable residence streets In Westvllle, for sale at prices ranging from two to too cenra per square root. now is tne time to Duy. for particulars call on or address H. C. PARDEE, n!2tf 133 Fountain stroet, Westvllle. PEAL ESTATE. V nixr Rllilriinn Tc Loans on City Property. EDWARD SI. CLARK, ' 131 OHUHCH STHEET, Evenings 7 to 8. HoomlS. FOR SALE, A modern brick one-family house, All improvements, In first-class neighborhood, and Centrally looated. Money to Loan in Sums to Suit L. G. HOADLE Y, Boom , Hoadley Building, 49 Church St. dl Open Evenings, 73 MANSFIELD STREET, : $55oo. Plants. One Cent Word each luaertlon, 0v cents a Word for a full Week, seven time. WANTKI. HEALTHY Vein n tvmitain a mumj Apply till iT.i.-.dMVl fniiriilittr tar fxii with refurenoe. 40 ELM STHEET. WANTED, A COMPETENT Swede nruVrman woman, u ' 01 OLIVE HTitKKT. WANTED, Clrr ATION by competent w.imnu as eoosj O miU luundruMj oiiy rereren.o. (n.inlra WTHINi 'K MTlt EKT. WANT I.: II SWEDISH woman would like totako homo wiuulnir and iro out KIT PpPhA It STHEET. WANTKI), ITUATION by Hwedih lrt as cook or laundreaa, iuuulro ..'K'- HO fXoVD STHEET, WANTED, I T capable Bwtdl.b womun. oltnntion as ,, .'"'"'"aeep' r or care for Invalid or an ulilerly ludy j but riiferi nco. liuiiiiro 4ti?i KUL,0V1).TUKET. WASI'Eli, CITUATION by competent lrl In u en oral oworic. itiiiu trt dit S7 II AVEX STHEET. WAVIKI). orrrATiov by a cnnnietnnt girl to do imW'irk. Inoiilre k 7 Kenerul hoiMi w.irk. dt llf 11 WAMIl.WrON ST H EKT. WANTED. CITUATIO N by a at rung young man to work KJ on a farm, tiiideratauil.all aindK of farm work. Call at 1.10 CONUUKtW AVKl"E, ''ltt ai tloor, left. WANTED, , YOUNO man tlrwlrna work; J. 1 uo.iiiuiotwi in thin city : 111 il rl or do anything tliat would prove a teadv Job. Addriws, W. .ThlatiiW WANTED. SITUATION by a respeotuhle girl to do gen. era! housework or wttlttnu- I'nil rir ium days at m HAMILTON 81'KEET. W2tt WANTED. BY young lady Htenographer work by part or whole of day; good references; low waves. Address a. jn. i;., this Office. WANTED. A PERSON acouatomed to write, contract and Drenaru adverLiHAmnntji. Aiiirtim stating referouoe and exporienoe BOi 3H. nut WANTED. HORSE3 to board for the winter; box or slngio stallH ; best of food and oare. J. DWIUIIT SHUMWAV, "27 7t la) Hlake atreot. City. WANTED. SITUATIONS for Deal household help. In nil branches. MHS. BABlf, iai Cou rt at reet. WANTED. BY a very nice appearing colored girl a situation to do uotutework In a nrlvalu family in the city. She has good references, and believes sho would please a nioo family. I have also a number of other very excel lent girls for various kinds of douioatlo work for city or country. BARTHOLOMEW'S, 51 Orange street, Gaudofroy's Old Stand. WANTED. IlVERYBODYnoedingsorvantstocall bere. Li WoailDOlv ail the liast. Wn hnvn Rnrtwl nut and discarded most of tha unnlew nlnjM. Thoso seek new offices (where they are not known), which are springing up constantly. We have beon here years and uso Judgment, selecting only those that will do tho work re quired. We have tho finest facilities aud can serve you better than anyone elso. JSiirijIJKMKNT AGENCY, ana 776 Chapel stroot. A PRIN I ED LIST OF THIRTY EENCS may bo had upon application. JOHN T.P LOAN, ii20 Tu Th Sa 7t5 (MS Cnapel street. SIRS. . COHN S now ready to deal In cast-off elothlng, carpets, eto. A postal directed to im Grand avenue will reoeive prompt utteutlon. FOR SALE, -OUILDING lot on Whitney avenue. .A S (dl 6tT) Address 1'. 0. 1IOX 776. .'iTPivtss iv nirr.ii'vt ' TOWNNESS In prloesl" are the nredoral. iJ nating points of our hundred and more styles of street and working gloves. dil5 LINSLEY, HOOT & CO. GOODENOUGH"-5 GAL. REBOSENE oan with rotary pump Is the slickest out. Regular 6 gal. t uuoet oaus 85 cents. "Crystal Gleam" Kerosene, 5 gallons 41) cents delivered. Order by telephone or postal. LINSIiEV, BOOT & CO., d.15 38 Brodway. . "35 CENTS THE PAIR" FOB all clamp skates. "The Flex! bio Flyer," a sled that steers. All sorts of others at easy-to-buy prloes. Open evenings. d2 5 LINSLEY. BOOT & CO. "WE'RE FAST" BECOMING known as the "Iconoclasts" of high prices. LINSLEY. BOOT & CO.. d3 5 Sellers for Cash. SEVEN BARRELS CHESTNUT WOOD $UH) ; 6 barrels hard wood $1.00. ELM CITY WOOD CO. Ordertrora. n34 28t Stephen Hrunt, 603 Chapel. CLAIRVOYANT. HEADINGS on all Privato and Business Matters. MEDICAL Woman's diseases. Consultation In person or by letter. MABY J. WBIGHT, M. D., ap28 ly Offloe. Tontine Hotel. 141) Church st REAL ESTATE "O OUGHT, sold or exolianirod. Estates insurance, Loans no XJ managed carefully. Fire representing the best companies. gotlated. notary duouo. li. C. BItETZFELDHR. nl2tf 38 Exchange Building. FARM FOR SALE, "TTEBY fine location, on main road In Wood .V . brldve. Large, roomy buildings, fins . abundanceof fruit, pure spring water: excellent summer home. Call or address GEORGE A. ISBELL, 767 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. Xmas Worry Over what to give with the money you have to give with, is turning hair grey. Wby not come to see ns and stop worrying i Beautiful Pictures, Desks, Chairs, Tables, Sideboards, Bookcase Beds, and hundreds of other things for Xmas Gifts. ust see how much low er our prices are. ' Cash or easy payments; P. J. KELLY & CO, Grand Ave., Church St is