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ropularly known throughout New England m the highest Standard 10 oenU Cigar for Quality, Qunutlty and Workmanship. AAX:E3 33Y JP. 3D. GHL1l.XJ3, Direct Importer of the finest Vuelta Abajo Havana Toboooo and Manufacturer of Cigars, Corner Urate and Woo.ter Street. New Heren, Conn. DXlsccUancous. FINE FUB.S. WE ARE READY With a large stock o! Fur Coats, Capes, Muffs, Scarfs, Fur-Lined Garments, etc. Fur Robes. Fur Work a Specialty AT Friend E. Brooks', 595 CHAPEL STREET. ty Store open evenings. Uhebcst for Driveways. Cellar and Shop iioors. Copings, and all kinds of Artificial Stone Work. Estimates furnished by The Manufacturers, 0. D. EOBDfSOIT & CO, myaOtf 448 STATE STKEKT. COMMISSION BUSINESS. We offer our services to the publlo to buy and sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, eto., on commleslnn. Our experience and extensive acquaintance enable us to buy and sell well. Business so licited. Respectfully, W. & E. FOOTE, ap30tf 430 State Street. EVERYTHING To Make Your Home Beautiful and Life Happy. WHITE ENAMEL, BATH ENAMEL, VARNISH STAINS, GOLD PAINTS, READY FOU USE. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street, Courier Building, New Haven. Conn. NOTICE. The Wolcott & Parret Co., 96 CROWN STREET. Have the largest and most complete line of Wall Papers and Room Mouldings In the city. House, sign and fresoo psintinir, graining and wood finishing-. White lead, paints, oils, glass, putty and PAINTERS' SUPPLIES. Call and see. No Holidav Excursion Is complete without a visit to E.L. ft 84 Church and 61 Center Streets. They have something for everyone and many articles to be found nowhere else in the city. Opera Glasses In great variety of styles and price?. Field and Spy Glasses, Microscopes. Reading Glass es, Thermometers, Barometers, Pocket Com passes, Stereoscopes, Lorgnettes. Spectacles and Eyeglasses Of Gold and Silver in stock and made to order. DRAWING INSTRUMENTS IN CASES. FINE LEATHER GOODS. Pnnkxtbonki. Side Books. Letter and Card Caes, P rfees, Portfolios, Photograph Cases, Match Safes, Pocket Flasks and Drinking Cups. Game Boxes, Cuff and Collar Boxes, Physicians' Instrument Bags, Pocket Cases. Imported and Domestic Toilet Sundries Cut Glass Bottles, Folding and Hand Mir rors, Dressing Cases, Shaving Sets, Manicure Goods, Scissors, Files and Buff rs, French and English Brushes, Soap a and Perfumes in choice packages. Waterman's Fountain Pens, Ink Wells, psncr Cutters. Buttonhooks. Paoer Weights. Playing Cards; Game Counters, etc. For the invalid and unfortunate many artlc es of comfort and utility may be seleoted. Rolling Chairs, Hiad Rests, Bed Trays. Air Pillows, Water Bottl s. Pocket Stoves, Me iielneCases, Medioine Tumblers and Spoons, Family Bat teries, Elastic Bobc, etc. 84 Church and 61 Center streets, CartJonizettStone NEW ARE STAMPED DO YOU WANT Tbut CarpBts Briilleiej, The Moth Killed, and the Dust Removed ? 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 Men's Suits and Overcoats, Ladles' Dresses, eto. Laundering Of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underclothing. THE FORSYTH CO., OFFICES878 CHAPEL STREET, 615 " " 23 BROADWAY, STATE, LAWRENCE AND MECHANIC STREETS. Telephone 854-2 and 3. WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. Solicitor of II. S. and Foreign Patents Counsel in Patent Causes. Offices. NEW HAVEN. CONN, 70 Church Street, Rooms 3 and I. (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.) SPRIMGilEIJ), MASS., 817 Main Street. (Thursday, Friday and Saturday.) Eight years' experience as Examiner In 17. 3. Patent Office. References to New England patents furnished. COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. H iUJAil F. KNAf F & CO., Proprietors, 106 Court St., New Haven, Ct. Work done at short notice. mnJHtt ROBINSON & FISHER, Patents and Patent Causes, Offices, 157 Church Street, o93m NEW HAVEN, CONN. FOR HEATING WITH GAS! The best agent known for SAFE, CLEAN and EFFICIENT heat. Applied Instantly, controlled easily. All the heat you need no more than you need ALSO, Cooking Stoves, Water Heaters, Hot Plates, Ovens, etc. All the above sold, set up and warranted by The New Haven Gas Light Co., No. 80 CKOWN STKEET. Salesroom under the Office. VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED 11Y FAKNHAM. Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed. orders left at BRADLEY A D ANN'S, 408 S late Street, KOB'T. VEITCH SON'S, 974 Chapel Street, LINSLEY, HOOT k CO. S, Si Broadway, Will reoeive prompt attention. V. 0. Address Box 855. Telephone tia-U. WELLS & GUNDE, Watchmakers and Jewelers, Fall Line Sterling Silver and Silver Plated War. KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS. No. 788 Chapel Street OUR STOCK , 18 Bristling With Novelties Suitable for Christmas Presents. Just mention a few to give an idea Silver Mounted Pooketbooks. " Cream and Gravy Ladles. " Sugar Spoons and Sifters. " Tortoise 8he!l Hair Pins. " Bag Tags, Umbrella and Hat Marks. Silver Button Hooks and Glove But- toners. Gold Pens and Penolls. Choioe selection of Fanoy and Dia mond Cluster Rings. -. Marquoise Setting in many combi nations. Watches in Gold, Silver and Nickel cases, .. . All styles of Gold Spectacles and Eyeglasses. . When out shopping be sure and call at J.H.G.DUBANT'S, flAVEN MQIWING JOURNAL AND COURIER WEDNKSr'UAY,PECEMBEK' 19 FAIH UAVEIH. W. a. Montague, of the rolling mill, Is very 111 at hi home, 313 Grand ave nue from the effects of nervous pros tration. Ha Is attended by Dr. Welch, who on Monday called In Dr. 7. H. Whlttemore In consultation. The ac tion of the heart Is considerably affect ed, and the patient Is considered serious ly 111. F. L. Orumman, who resides at the corner of Blatchley avenue and Ex change street, who has been 111 Is now better and able to sit up. The members of the Ladles Aid socie ty of the East Pearl street M. E. church will give a New Year's reception to the members of the church and congrega tion at the church on the afternoon and evening of January 1. The annual meeting of the Chautau qua circle of the East Pearl street M. E. church will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Russell, Blatch ley avenue and Wolcott street, Wednes day evening of next week. There will be an exchange of gifts, each member taking some present upon which he or she is to write a verse and enclose In it. A spread will be served and the occa sion bids fair to prove very enjoyable. The three new bells for St. Francis' Catholic church will be blessed next Sunday afternoon by Bishop Tlerney. Henry W. Coe has sold his meat market on Grand avenue to C. W. Bun nell. Next Tuesday evening; the Columbia castle, Knights of the Golden Eagle, will elect officers, and the installation will occur the first meeting In January. The castle has about 140 members, hav ing gained very fast the present year. Invitations have Just teen Issued for the marriage of Miss Jennie R., daugh ter of Friend H. Francis, of Francis Brothers, the grocers, and Burton R. Dudley of the annex, who is In the office of Benedict, Downs & Co. The marriage will take place at the home of the bride's parents, at 28 Clinton avenue, on the evening of Tuesday, Jan uary 1. Rev. J.. Lee Mitchell, pastor of the Grand avenue Congregational church, will officiate. Both of the young people are popular and have hosts of friends. Miss Francis is a graduate of the Hillhouse high school, and was a pupil at Mt. Holyoke seminary. The horses attached to the charcoal wagon of Melzar $ Walter Lane of North Guilford ran away yesterday morning while the brothers were un loading the wagon at the rolling mill. In trying to stop the ; (horses Melzar Lane was knocked dqvn and bruised. The horses were stopped after running three or for blocks. The-Christmas exercises" forthe Sun day schoor of the East Pearl street M. E. church will take place next Tuesday evening. The young people of the church; meet Jilonday evening to tie greens for the decorations. There will be a long ladder erected, upon which gifts for the children will be hung. There will be some interesting exer- clsts. On Sunday evening there will be a CJjristmas praise feel-vice In the church, and a short 'Address will be made by the pastor. Rev. J. H. Hand, POWERS WILL FIGHT. Won't Let Japan Attack the Treaty Ports London, Dec. ,18. It Is understood that the agreement between England and Russia itjffirgard to the war in the east does net permit any warlike oper ations in th vicinity of or approaches to Shanghai. This includes prohibition of a hostile fleet passing up either the northern or southern entrahce to the Yang-Tse-Kiang river. Japan at first accepted the terms of the agreement, but has recently threat ened to disregard them onthe ground that the Shanghai arsenal Is supplying the Chinese with arms." etc It is Relieved that the thirq Japanese army at iirosnima .is aesunea-to wan king. The English and Russian, gov ernments have intimated' that they would prevent his movement, and the recent assembling it the -British fleet under Admiral Fremaritle at ; Chusan, and the gathering of the Russian, fleet at Chee-Foo are thus accounted for. It is understood that England and Russia have decided to' fight if necessary to prevent hostilities on the Yang-Tse-Kiang. To Sing at Sorosls anqnet. The New York Ladies' quartet, of which Miss Elizabeth C. Gaffney Is first soprano, has been engaged to sing at the annual banquet of Sorosls, fashionable New York society, on the evening of January 10. Tlhe quartet will also sing in (Amherst, Mass;-. Jan uary 7. ENGLISH ATHLETES To Make a Tour of This Country. A dispatch from Toronto, Ont., yes terday says: Arrangements are under way for the visit of a combined team'of English cricketers and Rugby , fop tball players to this country- next year, The suggestion originated with R. F. Lucas of Lord Hawkes' cricket team, who proposed that twelve men be chosen who are foremost In cricket and football to come out early in September and be joined tri October "by four others chosen solely for their prowess in foot ball. The cricketing part of the tour would be begun in Canada early in September, Philadelphia, New York and other, cities would then be visited and tlhe players would return early In October to. To ronto and start up their football work. HELD A BALE.. ,:;;,' The little Helpers Found Many Friends, The Little Helpers' ' Sewing club, composed of the yotjoger members of the Misses Catlin's school, held a sale of fancy articles, etc.,. at th residence of Mr. J. Gibb Smith, No. 2. Academy street, Tuesday eftenxJOB. ;jt. . p- oeed,. amounting to- 43.20. , "were de voted to the City Mission Te Little Helpers are MlteeK"larguerlte North,, Gladys -Smith, Sct&Jk Street, Bertha tseiser, KUDy Thompson; liutu Ko-Dert . HovTaixarox. Deo. IS. Monday morning was mild and the 'tun helped to dry up the streets. . - v Next Tuesday Is Christmas and ths day will mark ths progress for 1004 which has mads life pleasant ths past year. The way one Is In the habit of getting Information is the pleasantest way per haps after all. It one goes a long Hint without knowing what Is going on tse Information will, finally come through talk with friend, and that will be a pleasant way enough to get It Still, there are quite a few people who like to learn each' day through newspapers what Is to take place and what has happened. The plan of getting Inform ation through a newspaper is a good one, an, there Is much to be gained by knowing a thing as early a you can. Much happiness and joy and a Merry Christmas we give to all. Standing on one s front aoor step ana looking about the future comes to one on such a day as Monday In a way to lead you to know that Indeed and In truth all Is well. All along , the line of the railroads everywhere at the stations people should bring refreshments at times to the men who work on the trains ana get acquainted with trainmen. The pleasant ways of life are to be seen to-day and to-morrow and all the time. No one need look to the future for something better. The future Is sl ays with us and all Its beauty. The shop gongs of three cities can be heard here of a noon when It Is a clear day,,, Over the mountain and away trom here there Is on one side of the road a house and on the other a barn. This is at a place where two roads run In together and make one road after that. Along further and" the same thing can be seen. In doing work this takes the farmer and his help across the street a number of. times and makes It pleas ant. In some cases, or rather at some of the houses, there are two barns, one being on the same side with the house. At such places you may also see an old-fasMoned well with its bucket let down and brought up by a long wooden pole fastened on a post. On Center street the BIssell bulldng Bhould be visited by people living as far away as Cheshire as the store win dow is fixed. up for Christmas. Among the things are nice pictures, and there are many articles showing beauty and which are for use. On my desk is one of the best looking little lamps I have ever used. It chal leneres admiration the moment It Is looked at. I have never seen one like It. but I like to look at It even in the daytime, yityfi it is not in use, It is' all metal eicept the glass chimney arid looks like polished silver. It gives me lesson to-day which you may easily learn antt it is hoped that you will en Joy learning it I picked it up and held it in the sunshine and it looked bright er. It' is rriore than a common lamp, and' wbuld ' show to you and me the beauty there is in workmanship. It may -havs been written about be fore, but it may again be. mentlonea that there is a place here called ;the oven." This name was given to It playfully, it, may be, by some children long, ago, but be that as it may, the oven is a place on Main street half way between Southlngton and piants- v'ille. and takes its name because there is a gentle , warmth therewhen other places are cold alpng,, the" street. The road at ttie'dven" is safe from the vis its of the north wind, as there la an embankment there and also woodland. This is the principal street, and you may notice on' most any day that It is warmer there than elsewhere along the street. How 'much interest the people want to give just now before Christmas to what may be done here' in the way of public improvement no one can be sure of if the Improvement Is not to be" made before -next spring. A great deal of interest Is being taken in the? coming holidays and when the improvements are fully planned we will all be pleased to know what the plans are and some will like to study in detail, while all will be glad :to have them carried out. The sons of men- who went to the war are to have a time here this week. When they become - fully interested In their organization and.. Slave fine uni forms which will please everybody we will be glad to see the men parade with otiher Organizations which may turn out In future. This organization Is well known, beSng the Sons of Veter ans. f : School children will have a good play spell now for a few weeks and when New Year's Is over will return to school! with the purpose of winning a reward ot merit at the end of the spring term. Tou can buy good wood brought to- your door for $4 a cord' to be used for stove nre wooa. IT you want Bome-i thing better you can .get lt-ror It-must have beenswor.ta-aooking at to get up about a quarter of a (mile higher upon the Watertoury, mountain' and look down on thev peat, orchofd there a week ago last unaay, wnen the Ice storm commanded its, .proper share of attention. T "trees are grow ing about fifteen to igh teem-feet apart! and from a place on the . top of . the! mountain above them looks good "at daytime. T4u atllAorlta rt T Jnxria hiffh.SOOOOll when they come down, ,'from that old school of, learning; bring i.wirn.itnem an air of life whlohi is. worth looking; at- arid you -may be sure that, they are full of happiness and- are fond' of studying me. ... .,-.: The Lewie, Memorial It was stated yestertar afternoon! that in all probability ."motion to dis solve the injunction restraining , the; Lewis memorial committee wont erect ing the statue to the late, Mayor iHenry, Ijeiwls in front of ' the) county bulld-i ing would be made ltflSis c'moh;plei .ij.; '? v Republican Alderman c Csucns. -' Ttui republican members' of ths in coming board of aldermeii wilt. hold.a caucus in the aldermanls chamber -in tbe city hall -on Tlursaay.:eyenmg, December 27.. At this caticus the ques tion' of who will bo the'JWit commis Stoners of poMBe, -flrt;an'publi( orks will Twj setited.' A joint Wucus. of the alderoen afffnciimeii.ifilll lip Mai m mbsus Tiuin wm. uauat ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD RELIABLE SWEET CAPORAL CIGARETTE Hat itoof Ut Ttrt si Tum MOfttT COLO THAN ALL OTHER - SRANOS COMBINED Hti.H .iOUtX.t.lJllTH BlHtUUAIt. Celebrated at Il.r Home Is Guilford. Tire eighty-eighth birthday of Mrs. Sarah Shelly of Parmeloe, W. R. a, No, S2, was celebrated at her home in Guilford on Saturday, the 8th. Ti president, Mrs. E. O. Blatchly, with other officers and members of Corps 33 were present The department of Con nectlcut W. R. C. was represented by its president, Mrs. Charlotte E. Wright, who is also a member of H. C. Msrwin, W. R, C, No, 27, of this city, the fol lowing members of which were pres ent: Mrs. Carrie A. Grtswold, preta dent: Mrs. Mary S. Mathis and Mrs. AlloeB. Page, the department presl dent. Mrs. Wright conferred' upon Mrs. Shelly the honor of. special aid, an honor which was received with much emotion by Mrs. Shelly. A number of useful and ornamental gifts were re ceived by Mrs. Shelly from relatives and friends. The members of Corps 27, after bid- dins' Hheir hostess an affectionate good bye, and trusting to meet her on her eighty-ninth birthday, returned to this cftv on an evening train wen pieasea with their third annual visit to their aged friend and Corps 32. Personal. Mr. John W. Gllson, the popular pro prletor of the American Tea company, has purchased the residence, 77 Olive street, and will occupy it early in the spring. . : ' ' Oriental Art at Auction. The1 balance of the consignment of Oriental rugs,' "etc., which has been on sale in the warerooms of .our popular merchant, Mr. H. B. Perry, 914 Chapel street, will be sold at auction, begin- nine to-day and continuing all this week at 10 a. mi and 2 p. m. each day. ; .......'.,'....,.. Tfiia remarkably fine collection or easJeVn gems has dieservediy attracted attention. It is worth any connois seur's while to see them. Among them will be found all of the rare kinds as well as less expensive makes. It is a rare opportunity to add to collections. I The Counollmnnio Banquet. The rembers of the board of coun- oilmen have decided to hold their ban quet "Wednesday evening next, Decern ber 26. The committee in charge of this event, is composed of. John C, North, president of the board of coun nan,, and Oounciimen Forsytn ana Nicholson. The committee have not yet decided where the banquet will . be held, nor has it yet been ascertained whether or not the board of aldermen will unite with, thfe councllmen In the banquet ' Is Now a Field Marshal. St., Petersburg, Dec. 18. General Gourko, late governor general of War saw, has been raised to the rank of flelrf marshal. General Obroutoheff, general of infantry and member of the Imperial council, has been decorated with the Order of StVladlmir Of the first clads. The Grand Duke Sergius Is to' become a member of the Imperial council: buf will retain the office of governor general of Moscow. Emergency Hospital 'Doctors and nurses realize th nacessl. ty 'of counteracting ths enects oi tn. "shock" which accompanies all 'accident and surgical esses, and which mors often proves fatal than ths original cause. ' Something, must b dons to start "the whi" mtinr affain. as it were., ine stomach Is In no condition to digest sufficient amount of food to nourish the other organs of the body, so the j resort to f. m J'"'- fth wiglnai raw food, because th least amount of jit contains th most life, etrsnrth and blood-producing qualitlei of anything known to medlcsl science. It will, unaided, eostala strength foi weeks, and can be retaiaed by the BSvl'nine Js not a. medicine, bat Wlder-of nesh and bone, and a tnakei ofblood. vVor sjl essea ofraloluiesa, chronuj invalids, infants or the aged, 1. lndlsrMssTjle: ' 25,000 phTsiciani e dors 1t' Bold Aby ail druggista. Tin Bovlnlne Co., flaw, tor . ,y 1894 EARLB & ' SEYMOUR, BOLicrroRs or .merican and Foreign PATENTS, 868 Chapel Street, NEW HAVEN, CONN. $1.49. a The special feature this week in our sale is the attraption for alight uiirse. Ladies' Dongola Button and Lace at $1.49. GREAT VALUE. 854 Chapel Street. dealing Sale AT 841 and 843 Chapel St. We shall commence to-day and continue during, the next two weeks a olosing out sale of Millinery Goods. Everything in our stock marked down to cost or below cost. Sweeping reductions in the prioes of Trimmed Goods, Untrimmed Hats, Ostrich Feathers, Fancy Feathers, Rowers, Laces, " Velvets, Jet Goods, etc., eta RIBBONS For fanoy ork at manuf'rs' prices. 60 dozen fanoy TAM O'SHANTERS in wool and zephyr, for girls and chil dren, from 26 to 5o each, worth double. BARGAINS in every department. I BALLERSTE1H & CO. 841 and 843 Ctiauel street We are now offering a ., Kemington Bicycle MADE FOR BOYS. , r ; ; price $50.00. Of bast material anfl finest workman. ship, same as the rwular -BBMINO- 'J ON, It is far ahead ot any wheel ever before made lor Boys. - Wd wiU setm havaaoorresponding wheel for Girls.. ' : - CALL FOB PABTICCLABS. The-Veru Rubber and BU - cycle Store,' : 158 Orange street MMOW 1LUIM gflttcnttgtt. WILLIAM K. CIIAJtDLEU. STNOINO, rlaoo and Ormto. MRS. A. A. TANYANE, OONCKKT 80F11ANO. TEACH EU OV VOICK CULTURE. dtt M IIOMIS I'LAOK. TilE DESSAlElUTltOUSTWlK Hchool of Musle, 7H Chapel atroet, XTOCAL. and loetrumenuu Instruction sf V tor ttiu Biotiicultof Kuroixwu conrr- storine. Appucanu rooelved daily f row U to 1 and 4 to p. iu. uStf Now Haven Consanratory of Music, B. A. PARSONS. J. JEltOMB HATB3. siu ly Private InstruoUon Only. UUOUOK CHAUW1CK STUCK, VOCAL STUDIO. Rooms 13 and 15. Cutler Building. Entranoe sw Una pel street. Open evi-nlnit. - - . t8ra MECHANICAL UJIAWINU. PEIUIPECTTI V B, U ATM KMATIC3, MKt'HANiBM, BTO. f.nnufiii.iTH cnuron ttrest. Hartford offloe. Ueilimtoln Build's. Adilresa letters to Nt w Haven office. auUly GEORGrEE. WALTER (Prom 419 Columbus Avenue Mew York City.) SOCIETY AND ARTISTIC DANCES. Aeetbetlo Uavements, combined with Delsarte's System of Expression. Formerly Loomls' Dancing Academy, dB 916 Chapel Street. Mew HuTcn, Conn. UiscciUtncoxis. CABINET AND HARD WOOD WORK. ALSO SAWING, TURNING, And Jobbiug iu Wood of all kinds. EDWARD P. BRKTT, Builder, IK ARTISAN STKEET. Telephone 253-13. . nl OZZOMI'S MEDICATED COMPLEXION I Imparts a brtt.Ont tramparener to .the enn. Be morel all pimple, fieokleeiuddlsooloraUoaa, IOWDER. For Bale STerrwhere B. G. RUSSELL, Architect, 852 Chapel Street. Is Cheap. Good Furniture. Now don't take our word for this statement, but come and see our Furniture and our prices (you can read our prices), and while you are here pick out something for a Christmas Gift. : v ' ; Ask to see our new small Hanging Mirrors, in oak, gilt, etc., French beveled plates. THE Furniture and Mantel Co. Orange and Crown Streets. H.F. 6L0GG & BR0., Cash or Credit 4 - HOME FURNISHERS, 1 699 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn, FULL LINTS 58" ' Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture.Carpets, Oiloloths, Beds, Baby Carriages, . Mattresses, Parlor and ',. Cook Stoves. i; Character U Credit. .. titim nnn 7 a.m. to t-SO d. m.. Saturday and Monday evenlnss to t. .. : .. gnvxLttixvzt gtc ID E FURHITUREand CARPETS Bugs, Draperies, , And a very large varietoV ! ; ' Desks, Music Stands Cabinets, t Easels, ladiea' Work Baskets, -' . Tables, Fancy Chairs- ' and Bocfcers."'', V Dolls' Carriages and hundreds of other article! for, : .. i CHRISTlilAS"6lFT8, STAHL i& HEGELi . 8. 10rl2 Church. Stroftj;; 55 torch itraV69.' PosMics. son- ... . i T V ..