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NEW JIAVEN MORNING JOURNAL' AND COURIER. -WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5 1894
THE GENUINE
JVpularly known tlatuitiliiiut New England a the highest Standard 10 oents Cigar
for Quality, quautity
3Vt3DI3 I
l)lmt Importer of the finest Vuella Abajo Havana Tobacco and Manufacturer
or Cigars,
rnrnor Slutn anil WihmIw RtrraU, Tw flanm, Cnnn.
t, -X'iUJ--
DUsccUancons.
FIXE FUHS.
WE ARE READY
With a largo stock ol
Fur Coats,
Capes, Muffs, Scarfs,
Fur-Lined Garments, etc.
Fur Robes.
Fur Work a Specialty
AT
Friend E. Brooks',
7U5 CHAPEL STREET,
fir Ptorenpcn r-Trntnir.,
WELLS & GUNDE,
Watchmakers and Jewclora.
Full Line Sterling Silver and
SilTer l'lated Ware.
KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS.
No. 788 Chapel Street
MUm Ml u Eye
To economy appreciate a ONE price
store, and where all goods are marked
in plain figures. This is the principle
of J. H. G-. DURANT, the jeweler, and
there you will always find an assort
ment of the latest novelties in Gold and
Silver, Clocks and Watches in great va
riety, Catrini! Seta, Spectacles and
Eyeglasses, Sterling Silver Spoons,
Fork. Ladles, etc. Our motto, "Small
profits moke quick returns." Call and
set the excellentassortmentXmnsGifts.
J. H. G. DUIIANT'S,
55 Churah street, opposite the Postofflcc.
ALL BUYERS
OF
FURNITURE
AND
CARPETS
Are invited to visit our warerooms and
tie convinced that we have the
Largest and Best Assorted Stock
And that we give the
Best Values for the Money.
STAHL & HEGEL,
8, 10, 12 Church Street.
OTbLOGG & BRO.,
Cash or Credit
HOME FURNISHERS,
699 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn.
FULL LINE DF
Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets,
Oilcloths, Beds, Baby Carriages,
Mattresses, Parlor and
Cook Stoves.
Character is Credit.
Store open 7 a. m. to 8:30 p. m Saturday
and Monday eveaiusfs to 9.
OR
Remedial Heater.
Compact, Convenient, Inexpensive.
Always Ready
When heat is required.
Can be Carried in the Hand,
Pocket or Satchel.
More useful and convenient than a
Hot Water Bag.
Will take the place of a Poultice,
Piaster and Liniments.
It is a great comfort in driving and
an indispensable Companion to the
traveler. "
Sold wholesale and retail.
E. L. WASHBURN & CO,
84 Church and 61 Center Streets.
He
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ABE STAMPED
ami workniansnip.
X. ORAV13,
DO YOU WANT
loir Carpets Briiiiei,
The Sloths Killed, and the Dust
Itomovod ?
WE CAN DO IT.
Lace Curtains
Of the finest qualities cleaned without
injury We are especially fitted
up for this work.
Dyeing and Cleaning
Of llcu'i Suits and Overooatt, Ladies'
Dresses, eto.
Laundering
Of Shirts, Collar, Cuffs. Underclothing.
THE FORSYTH CO.,
OFFICES-878 CHAPEL STREET,
C45 " "
23 BROADWAY,
STATE, LAWRENCE axi
MECHANIC STREETS,
Telephone 85-2 and 3.
fUsceUaneous.
THE
f! STEINERT SONS CO.
777 Chapel Street.
Second-hand Pianos can be
purchased at very low prices.
We have from 10 to 20
Square Pianos at
$25.00 each.
Call and examine them.
THE
777 Clajel Street
WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN,
AITORNEY-AT-LAW.
Solicitor of U.S. and Foreign Patents
Counsel in Patent Causes.
Offices
NEW HAVEN, CONN,
TO Church Street, Room 3 and 1.
(Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.)
SPRINGFIELD, MASS.,
317 Main Street.
(Thursday, Friday and Saturday.)
Eight years' experience as Examiner in U.9.
Patent Office. References to New KnirUuid
patent furnished. "
ROBINSON & FISHER,
Patents and Patent Causes,
Offices, 157 Church Street,
o03m
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
S
lhebestroirDMTeways. Cellar and Shop
Floors, Copings, and all kinds ot
Artificial Stone Work.
Estimates furnished by
The: Manufacturers,
0. D. & CO.,
'''448 btatIs Street.
immi gaze & sons'
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOURS
To All Parts of the World.
Leaving at different dates during winter and
sorlnv.
For full particulars pplr to
JOHN MORSE, 69 Center street.
j-eiepnoae uii-tt . " n!2
GOODS
1 MACKINTOSHES B? 'Bragg
m And GUARANTEED $&MlS$m
M WATERPROOR gfS 3fllll
-M The Vcru Bicycle ffifWWW&&
m and Rubber fpp
p 158 Orange st. lgpfjilj
CrtMSie.
A Kg IT It 4 VSN VINAKCIXM.
Tl. Vl.ws of Fmldtnt nutlar of tli.
i raileain ' Bank on National Jtanklng
Croatlug National Intar.lt Dt 1UIt-
Ing Vary Flattering Endornomants.
The view of President George A,
Butler of the National Tradesmen's
bank, this city, on national banking
matters, as expressed In various pub
lished paperi written by him, are ex
citing a wldo Interest and attention
throughout the , country. Recently
among the many request! received by
him from notable people requesting a
copy of the pamphlet published by him
containing his "Practical Plan of Bank
ing and Currency," the same being a
paper read by him before the American
Banking association at their Chicago
meeting In 1893, was one from Mr. Car
lisle, secretary of the United States
treasury.
A recent Issue of the New York Her-
aid, In its Washington dUrpatches, had
the following: . . .
"The secretary of the treasury re
celved to-day a pamphlet setting forth
the views of George A. Butler, presi
dent of the National Tradesmen's bank
of New Haven, Conn., accompanied by
the draft of a bill In which his views
were carefully worked out. Mr. But
ler's plan is of the same general char
acter as the Baltimore plan, though
differing from It In some important re-
spects. Many of the ideas it contains
meet the approval of treasury officials,
and the suggestions in It und In other
plans recommended will be considered
by lhe secretary in making up .his rec
ommendations to congress."
Mr. liutler. In an elaborate address
before tiie American Bankers' associa
tion in 1880, and on many occasions
since, has urged these amendments re
ferred to, but has stood alone In the
matter all these years, but within a
few months, in many directions the
views he set forth in 1880 are becoming
very popular. In 1880 he predicted great
disaster unless something of the kind
he proposed was done. Said a Well
known New Haven man yesterday:
One who reads his paper of 18S0, In the
light of events for the past two years,
must feel that he forecast the. future
with great accuracy, and that he com
prehended the needs of the country.
The outlines in the president's mes
sage are almost Identical with' the
views expressed by Mr. Butler.. About
the only difference is as regards the
views of the secretary, which the pres
ident approves, wherein the secretary
proposes a reserve of 30 per cent, while
Mr. Butler proposes 25 per cent. From
the outline of the president no other
difference of any nbte is discernible."
In 1880 Mr. Butler proposed having
the notes a first lien on the, assets of
the bank, but qn further consideration
deemed it not well nor necessary, as the
security of his plan is most abundant.
Following are in brief the amend
ments proposed by Mr. Butler In 1880,
and many times since, especially in his
address at -Chicago in, ISM.
First Repeal the section reciulrine a
deposit of. bonds to secure the notes.
Second Issue to the banks notes, say
to eighty per cent, of their capital.
Thirds-Permit no notes, of a denomi
nation less than $10, unless the smaller
notes are fully cdvered by coin.
Fourth The banks to keep a reserve
in specie to the amount of 25 per cent.
of the notes issued. - .'
Fifth Place a tax of one-half of 1 per
cent, on the circulation as a safety
fund, out of which the notesof any
bankrupt bank may be paid incase the
assets of the bank are. not sufflqient to
pay all the debts of the bank.
Sixth Remove the department of the
comptroller of the currency tb the city
of New York; the 25 per cent, reserve
fund to be kept there also.
Seventh It would be well to. fix the
amount of capital that a bank should
nave if it is to issue notes. It should
be sufficiently large to be a guarantee
of the good faith of those engaged in
it. Two hundred thousand dollars will
not be unfair to any place desiring a
bank.
Eighth Before Issuing a certificate
authorizing a bank to begin operation,
the comptroller of the currency should
make a careful examination as to the
means and character of -all -those, pro
posing, to start a bank. The following
is the- text of Mr. Butler's proposed
amendments:
AMENDMENT TO THE NATIOXAL BANKING
ACT.
First All sections, and parts of sec
tions, relating to the deposit of United
States bonds to 'secure the circulation
of the banks, and in any way relating
to such bonds, are hereby repealed.
Second Banks, organized under the
national banking act, or that may be
organized under said' act, may receive
from the comptroller of the currency
circulating notes to the amount of 75
per cent, of their paid up and unim
paired capital. y
third Notes of the denomination of
lees than $10 -are hereby prohibited.
Fourth Each bank shall keep a re
serve In specie; equal to "25 per cent,
of its average outstanding r circula
tion. . '
Fifth On the second Tuesday of
January, arid July dr'eachv sjear " the'
banks shall pay.to the, treasurer of the
United States a ta,of l per cent upon
the average circulation : for .the six
months preceding,: and ending Decem
ber 31 and June 30 of, eaoli Six months,
until such tax shall haye formed a fund
to thia amount of $3,000,000, after paying
therefrom such charges as sbttll herein
after be provided,' 'then thereafter the
Bald semi-annual tax shall .b&34 per
cent, upon .the average circulation for
each six months Hereafter, until the
said fund shall amount to $10,000,000,
then thereafter the.' semi-annual tax
Shall be per cent for each six monthB
until said fund shall amount to the
sum of 20,n00;v00. Whenever said fund:
shall amount to .tbsisum of- $20,000,000,
the .comptroller -piotto. currency shall
assess. the,bank9 ,8uch, per, cejtyt.. upon
their average circulation as, may be
necessary to defray all'of tfee?eS:penses
of the department of tHe iombtroller of
the currency, and to. keep: uJnpairedj
saw runa or $20,000,000. Proved,, that
the comptroller of ;th&. currency shall
not assess the banks ait s ralfc -greater I
than 1 per cent upon 4 th .veftige olr-J
culatlon for each six months of each J
year. -rne treasure" or the United
Stated shall keep saUd fund, created and
laalatajlned by 'said eml-annual tax on
the circulation, separate Mid apart
from any and all of the general funds
ot tine government It. shall not be
oounted a., any port of fhe general
fund, nor hall It be entered Into any
statement of the resource and liabili
ties of the United States.
Sixth The treasurer of the United
State shall provide a vault for the safe
keeping of said fund, which vault shall
be known. a the national banks' vault,
and shall be used for no other purpose
than that of the banks.
The said fund shall be designated
and known as the guaranty fund of
the national - banks. The treasurer
shall provide books which shal be kept
and used for said fund only. The treas
urer shall pay out of said fund the cost
of providing' vaults and safe keeping
thereof, and shall pay out of said fund
the cost of preparing plate from which
the notes of the banks shall be printed,
together with all exnense of printing
and delivering the notes to the banks,
and every expense of the department
of the comptroller of the currency, and
for a suitable building for said depart
ment, a hereafter provided, and the
balance of said fund shall be kept for
the sole purpose of redeeming all notes
of Insolvent banks that may not have
assets sufficient to pay all the debts
of such insolvent banks.
The department of the comptroller
of the currency shall be located In the
city of New York, and the 25 per cent,
reserve shall be kept at the department
of the'comptroller of the currency. The
secretary of the treasury of the United
States shall buy a suitable lot In the
city of New York, and shall cause to
be erected thereon a building such as
may be needed for the department of
the comptroller of the currency, and
shall cause to 'be erected in said build
ing ample and safe vaults for the safe
keeping of the reserve on the circulation
of the banks.'" There shall be a board of
control, consisting of not less than
five presidents of banks, to be selected
by the clearing house of the city of
New York. The comptroller of the cur-!
rency shall be chairman of said board
of control.
Said board of control shall have
charge and custody of the reserve, and
shall make such regulations for the
safe keeping of the reserve as they may
deem best.
One-fifth of the reserve shall be under
the Immediate control of the comDtrol-
ler of the currency, for the prompt re
demption of all notes that may be
presented for redemption.
Four-fifths of the reserve shall be
kept in a separate' vault, which shall
be so constructed and arranged, and
provided with locks, that the vault can
be opened Only by the Joint action of
a majority df the board or control.
wherever the comptroller of the cur
rency shall hare redeemed 'notes of
any one bank 'to' the amount of lfl.OOO,
ue snan rerurn them to the Issuing
bankB, which shall immediately reim
burse the comptroller for such notes.
The lot, building, vaults, etc., shall, be
paid for out of the guaranty fund.
ah Danks that shall come under the
provision of, the national banking act,
after said buildings, vaults,' etc., shall
have been paid for, shall pay the same
semi-annual tax as was paid by other
banks and for the same period of t'ime
that all banks mav contrlhnfo thai
ust share to the expense of establish
ing this system of currency.
The title to said lot. buildine-. eic.
shall be in the secretary of the treas
ury of the United States in trust for
the banks. i
In the evont;of any chanere in the na-.
tional banking act, or In the event of.
its repeal, which shall make this prop
erty no longer necessary for the pur
pose ror which it was provided. It shall
be sold at public auction to the highest
bidder, unless sold at private sale by
tne ooara or control, who shall have
the power to do so, and the proceeds of
such sale shall be divided amone the
banks in proportion to their contribu
tion to the same.
Seventh Any bank organized under
the laws of the state in which it is lo
cated may receive circulating notes
from the comptroller of the currency,
to the amount of 75 per cent, of Its paid
up and unimpaired capital, upon a vote
of two-thirds of its stockholders, mak
ing the word national a part of the le
gal title of the bank, and accepting all
of the provisions and Conditions of the
national banking act.
Eighth The banks may freely use
their reserve In time of panic, or in
time of great and unusual apprehension
and alarm, and such use of the reserve
shall not be. to their prejudice In any
manner whatsoever, but shall be deem
ed the wise and' proper use of a fund
created by law to be kept through all
ordinary times, to provide a fund to be
used in an emergency. But the batiks
shall restore their reserves to their nor
mal amounts whenever the comptroller
of the currency, shall determine that the
emergency warranting it use no ldnger
prevails. -
Ninth For every $100,000 of ; bank
notes put into circulation $75,000 of the
legal tender notes shall be redeemed
and destroyed.- The secretary of the:
treasury may sell, bonds of the' United
States in such amounts as may be nec
essary to carry thlst out. Said bonds'
shall be for such length of time, rate
of Interest and all other conditions and
regulations as the secretary of the
treasury may deem best Previous sets
and laws in regard to the sale of bonds
of the United State are not to be con
sidered as in any way relating to this
act, or in any way restricting the sec
retary of the treasury In the Issue and
sale of such bonds as may be necessary
to give force and virtue to this act.
Tenth Before issuing a certificate
authorizing a bank to begin business
the comptroller of the currency, shall
cause careful inquiry to be mads as to:
the character and reputation of those
proposing to organise a bank, and If
they are not found to be oil. good char
acter and reputation he shall sot give'
the certificate. , .
Any section or part of a section of
the national banking act conflicting
with any of these amendments thereto
are hereby repealed. , - '
&t. Thomas's Church. .
The Rectors' Aid society hold a sale
of useful and fancy articles, Including
dolls suitable for Christmas gifts, 'and'
cake In St. Thomas' -parish building
Thursday, Deqajuber t. Chocolate, tea,
toe cream and- cake Served- from !:("'
to 5 p. m. Supper from 6:30 to 8 vf ;li
VOUltT RECORD
Common rieaa Court Criminal
Judg. IlotebklM.
Blda
The criminal side of the court of com
mon pleas earn In yesterday morning
for the December term.' The following
cases wens disposed of:
In the cas of the state against Louis
a Bristol of this city, charged with
keeping a gaming house and who was
fined $100 In the city court, and sen
tenced to thirty days In Jail, the bond
Of Meyer Kahn was called. This was
one -of the cases brought by the Law
and Order league.
John "Dot-man of - Hamden pleaded
guilty to an assault on Elizabeth Stew.
art of the same town and was fined $1
and costs.
In the case of Jehlel K. Pickett of
this city for breach of the peace against
George Colyer, In view of the fact that
the defendant has already served sev
eral days In Jail, the fine was reduced
from $10 to $1 and the costs were
$7.67.
Thomas J. Williams of this city
pleaded guilty to breach of the peace
on William Mernam. In the city
court he was fined $20 and Prosecuting
Attorney Gunn suggested that the pen
alty was exceptionally severe and
recommended that the One be reduced.
The court made the fine $1.
In the afternoon the breach of peace
case against George Colyer was nolled
on payment of costs.
The court took a recess to permit of
a conference on the cases brought last
summer by the Law and Order league
against Charles Miller, charging him
withi keeping open on Sunday a place at
Savin Rock where sports and gaming
were carried on. Miller claimed that
he was not guilty, as he only kept a
billiard saloon.
Judge Hotchkiss, Prosecuting Attor
ney Gunn, Mr. Miner and Samuel P.
Thrasher and other officers of the Law
and Order league attended the con
ference, which lasted for over an hour.
The court at last recommended 'a nolle
of the four cases upon payment of
costs, as there was prospect that legis
lation on this matter Is to be ob
tained this winter would solve the mud
dle before an interpretation could be
obtained from the supreme court The
recommendation was agreed to on both
sides.
Cltv Oonrt Criminal Side Jadge Cable.
Michael Q. Reynolds, violation of
Sunday liquor law, continued to De
cember 7; John King and John Endriss,
violation of the liquor law, continued
to December 5; J dim Brown, reform
school complaint, continued to Decem
ber 24; Michael Kelly, theft from Carlo
Arlento, continued to December 7;
David Espros, James Terrlll, John B.
Porter and James Murray, violation of
city ordinances, continued to Decem
ber 8.
-GONE PREJUDICE.
the Present Day
1 Time Folly.
ble that it is less
siucXthe old time
ifood articles
. MbdenhouVVrepers smile
everything
..This illustration represents a very
attractive pocket pin cushion, which wa
will send free to any one. Address v
CHASE & SANBORN,
BOSTON.
COMMISSION BUSINESS,
We offer our servloes to-the public to buy
and sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, etc., on
oommissinn.
Our experlenoe and extensive acquaintance
enable us to buy and sell well. Business so
licited. ; Kespeotfully,
W.&B.F00TE,
apTOtf
430 State Street.
Xmas
: Over, what to give with
the money you have to
f ff' give with is turning
'J 1 hair grey.
Why not oome to see us andh
stop worrying ?
Beautiful Pictures,
. j ' Desks, Chairs, Tables,
, 'i Sideboards, Bookcases,
Beds,
'. ... and "hundreds "of. other
- things for Xmas Gifts.
Just see how much low ' ;
er our prices are.
S-'' : . Gash or easy payments.
Grand Ave ii 'Churcli St.
A BY
HouMSMepeVs
ff Smllesrld
fit seemsjjjardly potisi
thW a Aeration
prejuM6j6iinst propria
passed Swaw-
at the folly that 1H toVuyni!
in nil ir. . it n nwwinrn onat mere za
no safer prote4taLp0nrt adulteration
than some well-EmSwu naiukorVan article
oitoov vy
Worry
aOVTHlKOTOS.
Dec. 1. The day after Thanksgiving
ha a snow storm for u and If It keeps
oa there will be sleighing. It Is cold
when one 1 out a few hours.
The shop are mostly shut down until
Monday, but the cutlery work started
up Friday morning.
The Licderkrans gave a concert 'and
dance Thursday evening. The publlo
were Invited to hear the concert, each
paying ten cents.
Snow covered the ground at half past
two o'clock Friday afternoon and wa
still making. But stopped at 2: 45.
Among the freight on the 2:45 train
Friday afternoon were four fine blocks
of granite on a flat car.
o. k. a.
Excelsior chapter, No. 3, O. E. S., will
give a literary entertainment on next
Friday evening in the old library build
ing, 793 Chapel street. Dancing will
follow after the exercises are over.
msk.
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Bon Ami
THE nODERN CLEANER
Cleans
Mirrors,
, Bath-tubs,
Basins,
Faucets,
Marble
Floors,
0 Woodwork,
1 without a scratch.
Qvovisious, Sit.
We Say So ai Km 11
Best Fancy Creamery Tub Butter 29o lb.
Fancy Creamery Tub Rolls 34o lb.
B; auti f n I Lurjre Oregon Silver Prunes 12c lb
New Dudley Golden Pumpkins. 2 cans for
S5e; -
Try our Dainty Brand Canned Corn, 12Jfo
can.
Sbaker Drloa Sweet Corn.
Ked Kidney Beans.
Our French Mocha and Java at 25o has no
anal for tbe muney.
weareoellinir barrels of it. Pure Broken
Candy at lOo lb.
Our price on Jones, Washburn, Plllsbury
Flour is tbe lowest.
silo nne oranuiatoa sugar 51,
Sole agents for Ansonia Doughnuts.
AT THE OLD STAND.
E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State St.
PEOI THE CHOICEST.
Table Raisins,
Oranges, Malaga G-rapes
' Nuts,
Crystallized Fruits and
Salted Almonds,
Carefully prepared and always fresh.
GILBERT & THOMPSON.
What Our Claims ire.
WE claim that our Teas and Coffees are of
tho blithest aualitv to be found : that
they are pure anl unadulterated. We can
not bo persuaded to mix (as has been at
em pted) the poor wltb the good and then
eell for high prices.
uryaen's mst bock Tea store,
Did State Street, near Edwards.
JUDSONS
Great Display of Traits.
Ijaksuw urown orana sweet moriaa ur-nno-nH
fti-nnoa In nvorv vni-j.t.v Pnnnhna
Pears and Plums, new French Chestnuts,
Orapo Fruit.
fopuiar prices, woods delivered, xeiepnone.
867 CHAPEL STREET,
HEAR CHURCH.
Turkeys, Quail, Partridge, Grouse,
Canvasback Ducks, Venison.
HEADQUARTERS
. ....... FOB -
FRESH VEGETABLES.
Mushrooms, Brussels Sprouts,
Artichokes, Celery,
Lettuce, Radish, Cucumbers,
String Beans, Green Peoe, Egg Plant
and Cauliflower.
FRUITS AND FANCY GROCERIES.
1HH1LE 1SBIT CO,
Cor. Church and Elm Streets.
, Telephone call SM, .
ffAoilK CROSBY CO.
"SUPERUTIVE.
The Leading Bread Flour of the
v . EWorld.
J. D. DEWELL & C(L
.t.Wbole9i Agent,,
jm room 8
clean
3SS85.. and
hr'wht
J ? 8
wita
239 Stat Street. New Haven.
WILLIAM K. CIIANDLEH,
JDfOlNU.l-lsnoandOrsan.
Mrs. ALICE FECHTEB GILBERT.
' " wonoert soprano,
Teacher of Voice Culture.
OMSm Studio l.O Unn.. ..-.
MRS. A. A. TANYANE,
OONCRUT SOPRANO,
TEACHER OV VOICK CULTUBK.
dltt an ROHM P11HV
THE DESSAUER-TBOOSTWIK
-rl?'.l,0, i Ku0-m ChTli street.
TOCAL nd In.trumenl! Iiutruotlonaf.
w ins tuBioo.1. or fcuronsan oon.wr.
1 iT. Applicant reoelvod dally from IS to
New Haven Conservatory of Music,
SS OHUttOM STttt'r.T.
B. A. PARSONS. J. JBHOMB HAYB3.
iM '7 rnvste Instruction Only.
GKOKGK CHADW1CK STOCK,
VrtPiT. owrrntn
Booms 13 and 15. Cutler TtiilMIn,,
Entranoe 888 Chapel street,
MECHANICAL KlMWiMii
PERSPECTIVE, MATHEMATICS, '
MKCHANIflM. na
irt irsAN u1 iwitsrBMjiu Diuiar. Address
. -tv.un unrwi Uiiiutt. aula iy
GEORG-E E. WALTER
(From 138 Columbus Avenue Now York City.)
SOCIETY AKD ARTISTIC DANCES.
Aesthetto Movoments, aomblned with
Delsarte's System of Expression.
Formerly Loomls' Dancing Aoadeiny,
A3 916 Chapel Street. New Haven. Con n.
"BXisctUmtoxts.
RADIATORS AI STOVES
FOR HEATING WITH
GAS!
The best agent known for SAFE. CLEAN and
M EFFICIENT beat?
Appiipa instantly, controlled easily.
All the neat you need no more than you need
ALSO,
Cooking Stoves, Water Heaters,
not nates, uvens, etc.
All the above sold, set up and warranted
ho
The New Haven Gas Light Co.,
JMO.SU VUUWJN BTiUSE'l'.
Salesroom under theOffloe.
NOTICE.
The Wolcott & Parret Co.,
90 CROWN STREET.
Have the largest and most complete line of
Wall Papers and Room Mouldings
In the city, .
iiulioc. dim, niiu ucwu laiuuuir, vrtuiunff
and wood finishing-. White lead, paints, oils,
crlaaa vtnr anil
PAINTERS' SUPPLIES.
Call and see.
TIIE FIRST
Impression
Of your home will be
a pleasant one if our
L FURNITURE
Eindsitswaytoyonr
Louse. When you see
its beauty and learn
its price, we'll have
to call our
DELIVERY WAGOff.
THE CHAMBERLAIN
Furniture and Mantel Co.
Orange and Crown Streets.
EARLE &
SEYMOUR,
SOLICITORS OF
American and Foreign
PATENTS, :
868 Cbapel : Street,
V NEW HAVEN, .CONN.
STORAGE..
SKEDLEY. BEOS. & CO.,
171 to 175 Brewery Street
Storage for Furniture, Pianos, Car
riages and general merchandise. . ' : r: -
Access at all reasonable times, a man
Constantly in attendance, v , v j -
Padded vans andexperienced movers.
Packing, i boxing - and shipping
promptly attended to at low rate. .
Teiepkott at all hours fey or night,

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