NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20 1894
Popularly known throughout New England m the highest Standard 10 oeoU Clear
for yuuiity, yuuutity
TJIreot Importer of the finest Vuolta Abajo
Commr St.t and Wrw.fw fttreata, Ntw H.van, Conn.
WE ARE READY
With a large stock of
Capes, Muffs, Scarfs,
Fur-Lined Garments, etc.
Fur Work a Specialty
Friend E. Brooks,
705 CHAPEL STREET.
y Store open overling.
lie beat for Driveways. Collar and Shop
floor, CopIdks, ana all kinds ot
Artificial Stone Work.
Estimates furnished by
0. D. ROBINSON & CO,
my80tf 448 STATU BTKKKT.
We offer our aervloes to the public to buy
gad sell Horses, Carriage, Harness, eto on
Our experience and extensive acquaintance
enable us to buy and sell well. Uuslness so
YF. & R. FOOTE,
480 Stat. Street.
To Make Your Homo Beautiful and
HEADY FOB USE.
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
396-398 State Street,
Courier Building, Mew Haven, Conn.
The Wolcott & Parret Co.,
06 CROWN STREET.
Ilave the largest and most complete line of
Wall Papers and Room Mouldings
Jn the city.
House, sign and fresco painting, graining
end wool finishing. White lead, paints, oils,
glass, putty and
Call and see.
No Holiday Excursion
Is complete without a visit to
I L. WASHBURN &
84 Church and 61 Center Streets.
They have something for everyone and
many articles to be found nowhere
else in the elty.
and Spy Glasses, Microscopes, Reading Glass
es, Thermometers, Barometers, Pocket Com
passes, Btereosoopes, Lorgnettes.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses
Of Gold and Silver In stock and made to
DRAWING INSTRUMENTS IN CASE3.
FINE LEATHER GOODS.
Focketbooks. Side Books, Letter and Card
Watch Safes, Pocket Flasks and Drinking
Cups, Game Boxes, Uutt ana uouar 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 Buffers, Frenoh
and English Brushes, Soaps and Perfumes in
Waterman's Fountain Pens, Ink Wells,
?aper Cutters, Buttonhooks, Paper Weights,
laying Cards; Game Counters, etc For the
Invalid and unfortunate many artic es of
comfort and utlliijr may be selected. Rolling
Chairs, Head Rests, Bed Trays, Alt Pillows,
Water Bottl s. Pocket Stoves, MedloineCases,
Medicine Tumblers and Bpooos, Family Bat
teries, Elastic Hose, etc.
84 Church and 61 Center streets,
Haraua Tobsooo and Manufacturer
DO YOU WANT
Your CarpBts BffleiM,
Xns Moths Killed, and the Dust
WE CAN DO IT.
Of the finest qualities cleaned without
injury we areespeoiauy fitted
up for this work.
Dyeing and Cleaning
Of Men's Suits and Overcoats, Ladles'
Of Shirts, Collars, Cuff. Underclothing.
THE FORSYTH CO..
OFFICES-878 CHAPEL STREET,
646 " "
STATE, LAWRENCE and
Telephone H54-2 and 8.
Carpet Cleaning Works.
Hii-UAM f. KNATP CO.,
106 Court St., New Haven, Ct.
Work done at short notloe. mhCStf
C. W. WHITTLESEY & CO.
Dealers in Cameras,
281 State street.
American and Foreign
868 Chapel Street.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
VAULTS and CESSPOOLS
NEATLY CLEANED BY
Prloes Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed,
orders left at
BRADLEY ft D ANN'S, 400 Slate Street,
BOB'T. VEITCU SON'S, 974 Chapel Street,
LIN3LEY, BOOT & CO. S, J3 Broadway,
Will receive prompt attention. P. O. Address
Box 865. Telephone 42M3.
WELLS & GUNDE,
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
Full line Sterling Silrer and
Silver Plated Ware.
KIMBAL'S anti-rheumatic rings.
No. 788 Chapel 8treet
Bristling With Novelties
.. - Suitable for
Just mention a few to give an idea :
Silver Mounted Pooketbooks.
" Cream and Gravy Ladles.
" Sugar Spoons and Sifters.
. " Tortoise Shell Hair Ping.
" Bag Tags, Umbrella and Hat
Silver Button Hooks and Glove But
toners. Gold Pens and Penolls.
Choice seleotion of Fancy and Dia
mond Cluster Rings. -
Marqugise .Setting, la many combi
nations. Watches In Gold, Silver and Nickel
oases; .' -
All styles of Gold Spectacles ' and
When out shopping be sure and call at
. J. H..G. DUBANT'8.
55 Church street, spp. Postoffice.
, vtwur it tt unit.
Comiuoa I'Im. CetuWrlroliml Sldo
In this court yesterday the trial of
Louis Moeglln, proprietor of the Beach
house at Bavin Rock, was taken up,
snd after a lengthy trial resulted In
the Jury rendering a verdict of guilty.
Moeglln was charged with selling li
quor at his hotel June 17. Shortly be
fore 5 o'clock the jury rendered a ver
dict of guilty and the case was contin
ued until this morning, when he will
in all probability be fined $50 and
It Is expected thst this morning the
cuse against Frank McGinn, charged
with violation of the Sunday liquor law
at Savin Kock, will be taken up.
Common I'leaa Coorl Civil Ride Jndg.
In this court yesterday Judge Stud-
ley rendered a decision against . the
plaintiff In the suit for damages
brought by Eugene Peltier of Roches
ter, N. T., against, the Bradley, Dann
& Carrlngton company of this city to
recover 12,000 damages for personal In
juries. Judge Studley's decision was
for the defendant to recover costs.
Cltv Court Criminal Side J ad a. Startler.
William Welch, non-support, contin
ued until December 22; Walter J. Har
rison, breach of the peace, continued
until December 22; Herman D. Ingram
and Ada A. Perkins, adultery, bound
over to superior court under $300 bonds;
lascivious carriage, 13 fine, 16.24 costs
each; Jacob Pohlman, breach of the
peace, continued until December 21;
William Lyman, breach of the peace,
nolle; Daniel D. Chase and Mabel
Smith, fornication, $7 fine, 30 days in
Jail, $6.24 costs; John S. Kellcher, lns
clvlous carriage, $7 fine, S6.24 costs;
William Marnan, reform school com
plaint, continued untl January 20.
AX OLD CA88 ADJUSTED.
Judge Robertson in the probate court
yesterday accepted the final report of
E. C. Beecher as executor on the estate
of Nelson Hotchklss. The case has been
in court since 1880.
In 1882 a partial report was rendered.
Jason P. Thomson, who represented
four out of twenty residuary legatees,
recently wanted the case reopened and
to go back of the time when the partial
report was rendered. He represented
that there was $14,000 more due the re-.
si'duary legatees than was allowed in
the executor's report. The whole estate
was valued at $200,000. By the accept
ance of the final report Thomson's
claim is not allowed.
Eighty-five shares of stock of the
New Haven Clock company belonging
to F. E. Morgan. of West Haven were
attached yesterday afternoon by Depu
ty Sheriff Pond In a suit brought
against Morgan by the Bristol Savings
bank to recover on a note for $5,000
given him in. 1889. , , .
THIRTY POLICT HOLDERS.
Thirty of those who held life insur
ance policies in the Metropolitan Life
Insurance company and. who assigned
their policies to Dr. A. B. Fuller, have
been summoned as Witnesses in the trial
of Dr. Puller's case. They have been
in attendance since Thursday as wit
nesses, but have not yet been called.
THE STEAMER SUNSHINE CASE.
Judge Wheeler in the superior court
yesterday allowed the attachment of
the American Chemical company upon
the Insurance of the Bteamer Sunshine,
in the suit brought by the chemical com
pany for damages for the obstruction of
their canal by the burning and sinking
of the Sunshine, to be transferred to G.
B. Martin, who gave a bond for the
amount for Ms brother, E. H. Martin,
who Is defendant In the suit. E. H.
Martin, whose body was also attached
and who is Jn custody, may sue for
false imprisonment on the ground
that the plaintiff has not right to at
tach property and the body in the
I'urglary In Southbury.
Deo. 19. The grain, feed and grocery
store of H. R. Stone was broken into
Tuesday night. The safe was blown
open, bnt no money was found, only
the books, which were badly smoked.
The store and post office of Hlcock
Brothers was entered the same night.
No stamps of any amount were taken
and no money had been left in the
store. Letters were broken open, but
several hundred dollars in checks mail
ed the evening previous by Mr. Stone
for the bank in Waterbury were not
disturbed. From the letters opened it
would seem they were not strangers to
the people, as those selected were those
which would be likely to. have had
money in. The night before the Wood
bury post office was entered.
The I lass of 'S3.
Yesterday's Springfield Republican
"The New York Tribune has hit
upon the reason for H. H. Babcock's
appointment as collector, of thd' port
of New Haven, instead of the prac
tical politician,- McGann. Or rather
upon' two real reasons one tlhat it had
come round full time to put into- office
some member of the famous Yale' class
of 1853, the other that it Is a victory
of 'Skull and Bones' over 'Scroll and
Keys,' Mr. Babcock being e Bones
man. In connection with which the
Tribune remarks concerning these so
cieties: ; ; ; . ' '. ' ,. ,.' -. . .;
"The meeting-place of all three so
cieties are in buildings of solid masonry
without windows.Men slide into them
stealthily In the edge of the evening
and emerge with a scared look in the
early morning hours. With the excep
tion of the odor of cookedl victuals,
they give .forth .no sign, to passer
by. .Freshmen View them ljrlth . Wfci
and seniors who are ?,left,' m.he elec
tions look upon theita- wttJfc'fi unoon
oealed aversion r 'Aigrieafeaa has
been ald b6ui' tbeSni by perjsons who
do hot :know ' anything ; about .them;
nothing by persons who doA TBis' are
all profoundly . mysterious,'' Bones',
most so of all."
UiQU HCIIOOL HOTS.
Tbe CrMe.nl Annual .ad IU ConUnts
Amtilh-r ImiM hoclty, Kle.
The 'M Crescent Annual appeared
yesterday In an appropriate blue cover.
The editors are Oilson, Bradley, Mo-
Intyre and Starkweather. It contains
half-tone engravings of Mr. Zimmer
man, president of the Athletlo associa
tion, tbe Girls' Glee club, Crescent Dra
matic club. Banjo club and the two
atbletlo team A complete list of the
scholars and of the various club Is
given, with a number of outs executed
by Starkweather. The book Is a very
good one, reflecting great credit on the
editors for their successful wrok.
Besides the numerous secret societies
already In the school, another one has
been started. It has been In the school
about a month and no doubt will soon
become, a feature In the school life. Un
like the .societies which are at present
In the sohool, it Is the only senior so
ciety, the object being of a literary and
social character. The members at
present are Merrlls, Gllson, Butler,
Starkweather, Beck, Cooney, Rodman
and Cheney. The pin is a triangle with
three sprays branching from the center,
and contains the three Greek letters P.
rat: jkp.kix tkmtixoxial.
Artl.ls Who HaveTriHli-rml Their ftorvlc...
Communications have been received
from the following old pupils of Pro
fessor Jepson tendering their services
at the testimonial concert to be given
In his honor at the Hyperion, Monday
evening, January 3, 1895: (
Mr. Erlcson'F. Bunhnell, Miss Eliza
beth C. Gaffney, Mr. Harny Rowe
Shelly, Mrs. Nora Russell-Haesche,
Mr. Richard T. Percy, Miss Mary Hlne
Mansfield, Miss Madge Roberts, the
"B" quartet, the Espagnola Mandolin
This evening the members and ex
members of Gounod society, also other
graduates of the schools who are fa
miliar witW the choruses to be sung
will have rehearsal under the direc
tion of Professor Jepson at Veru hall,
The following selections will be fur
nished the singers: "He Watching
Over Israel," from the oratorio of
"Elijah." "Achieved Is tine Glorious
Work," from the "Creation." And the
"Hallelujah Chorus," from the "Mes
siah." Mr. Arthur T. Jackson has been
selected as chairman of Uiie committee
of arrangements, and Mr. Harry Asher
has accepted! the invitation to preside
as master of ceremonies.
Manchester "Dec. 19. Robert Edgar
has broughjtult'-foribreach.of promise
against Sarah Ed
gar, ihiS '.CflidSln,; claiming that she be
came 'en gaged to him In Ireland, that
he pal'd her; jjassage over, and that she
refused m$rtage after all the prepara
tions had peen made, Including the
license. TJj&'dfefendant Is twenty-seven
years old, . ift.&the plaintiff fifty-four, a
wldoWer.vnpk 'several ahildren. It Is
said to, He"T(h first caje on record in
this state ik 4 suit of the kind by a
male plaintiff., ; . . s . . .
The north center 'school will haye-' a,',
Christmas tree this yearA Thtf'.teachefJ
boards at Mr. Peck's and'ls'Jlked very;
much by the children. ' ,
Miss Ida Frost of the north district
school has bpen' quite sick with a swell-,
ing 'in her ear. She is some better.
Miss Lina Doollittle has been filling her
place. The Y. P. S. C. E. will give an
entertainment at that school house New
Year's night. Quite a fine time Is an
ticipated. Mrs. Brown of New Haven Is visiting
her daughter here, Mrs. H. P. Peck.
The Odd Fellows dedicated their new
hall last Tuesday night. They had a
The Congregational' church will have
a genuine old-fashioned Christmas tree
Christmas eve, with a musical and lit
The Rev. Mr- Rouse preached a fine
sermon Sunday last to a large audi
ence, He s4y we' are. enthused with
God's spirit, the same as the piano
takes the spirit of the player. The rev
erend's whole soul seems to be In his
L, P. Norton's new store Is quite ,ah
improvement. The new hotel is an or
nament to the town, and, take it all
together, this Is an enterprising little
Mr. Nestor Wedge has returned to
Bridgeport after a quite serious illness
at his father's.
Miss Price, the new teacher, boards j
at Mr. Fred Dickerman's.
Tbe young folks enjoyed the skating
here last week and Sleighing as well
The rally day exercises at the north,'
district Sunday school, Cheshire, two"
weeks ago were very fine, ' '
' SOVTHIXOTOir. ,
Dec 19. Adna Woodruff, master car
penter, has built a fine , building In
Plantsvllle on the main street for L. P.
Norton, merchant, which musif be; ad
mired by anyone Who Bkes a good look
ing building. On the two corners of the
front of the founding doorways are
made with colored glass transoms over
them, while on the front of the build
ing, dividing the lower from the upper
story there is a break In the material
used, and a difference Is made by using
fanoy board-like shingles, Which run
the width of the building in a narrow'
strip about two feet wide., "
The Qulnniplao river, which, must be
considered an Important river in the
city of New Haven, as it passes through
this town, Is small In comparison , with
the Naug'atuck, and must not e men
tioned In connection with the Thames
or the Housatonlc, arid yet It is an im
portant waterway. It Is still used ln.
turning water wheelsi but net as many1
as In years .gone by.. In its length
through the "town V it' : has 'nineteen
bridges.' ' '3llu- v',-h'.7::'f A-"''
People are making, ready for Christ
mas and the holidays and the season of
Joy and gladness will be a pleasant on
for everybody this ytar.
The work which farmers are i
gaged In doing In the winter time goes
on. Loads of Wood and fray are de
livered to customers from day to day,
and It is fair to presume that a good
return In the way of oastt comes to the
farmer. Farm work In winter Is pleas
Everything and all things which
take place here from one week to
another are working together for good,
and this community was never better
off than It Is now. It Is hoped that we
will all have the fullest share of the
good things which come to all at the
season of Christmas and New Year,
and that the spring will bring with it
green fields and flowers and pleasant
mornings, which we all will like more
than ever before. We hope that good
will be accomplished here In many
ways, and It Is also hoped that we will
all take wider Interest In affair than
There are those among us who enjoy
an the good there is In life and let us
know It and help to enjoy our lives day
by day. When ws meet such people It
Is a source of pleasure to us, and when
we feel later on that we are doing too
much work we must look back at some
of the meetings we have had with our
friends. Life is being enjoyed here as
Along in the forenoon and albout 11
o'clock Wednesday It was cold and the
wind was blowing hard among the
Edward Conway has opened a steam
There were bright stars seen TueS'
day evening, and it was a beautiful ev
ening to let one's self grow looking at
the beauty of the land end the buildings
as seen by the subdued light of the
St. Agnes' society is to give a social
at Germanla hall on Friday evening,
The writer received a handsome al
manac Wednesday morning from Rep
resentative Levi D. Southworth. He has
One day and then another comes along
and no two of them are much alike,
because yesterday was such a good
day. We like to meet each other in the
streets and chat and say a word or two
and move on, and in a while we will
look back at it all and know how pleas
ant it was. When) we are first told how
Important each one of us is It does not
seem to be true, and we heed not the
friendly advice which come to us in
such a way that we do not feel that
it is advice for us to heed, tout It must
not startle us. It is simply to let us
know how well we are liked in the place
where we are. The future which Is per
fect Is always with us, and we are each
using a little of It at a time and are
doing well with it.
The work of the assessors. Just com
pleted shows the town's grand list to
be $2,252, 082, an Increase oyer the pre
ceding year of $14,714. .Though small,
it is encouraging, considering the past
two years during which manufacturing
and investments ' have, had. to stand a
heavy isftraiinWOf the albove. amount
$43,941 Is held "6$ npn-residenta. ' Below
is given the total tt the most Important
class - of ' property : " - '
' Houses, $949,656; viands, $244,619; mills,
etc, $208400; horses and mules, $27,233;
cattle, $15,988; Sheep, swine and poultry,
$16,111; carriages, $68,500; stock, $107,381;
merchaiictising trade, $64,750; manufac-
is what the consumptive must have !
Alter it is increased by
Of Norwegian COD LIVER OIL j
you will find the loss of flesh will j
stop. Then you will commence to)
out on fat. Why is this ? It is be-
cause the Guaiacol destroys the poi
sonous Bacteria present in the blood
and the stomach ; in other words, it 5
elves Nature a chance.
It is pleasant to take and the kind j
Physicians Prescribe. At all drug j
T. A. S10C0M C8.) IIW TORI.
It is a Unique
sight to view at Carls
bad the motley row of
drinkers of all nations,
and costumes hurry
ing down in single file to the
boiling Sprudel Spring with an
earthenware mug in their hands,
or' slung by a strap round the
neck or over the .shoulder, and
patiently waiting their turn to
sip of the; precious fluid. For
three centuries or more, all sorts
and conditions of men, from the
kjpg.to the tramp have pilgrim -ixed
hither in search of new life
or relief from pain. But we can
not in these. ,,competitiye days
afford the tia? and "money to
travel so far afield,. so it is brought
to your dewars bottled in its natu
ral , and origin form at the
Spring, or in powder evaporated
on the spot, andso well known
a the Carlsba4'iSlwudel' Water,
Ca , Sctobi&entsV Je w York,"
is on every, jaottlv; Beware.
I At J4
turlng, $418,956; moneyat Interest, $6L.
615. Grand total list, $2,252,081
The following companies and Individ
uals pay taxes on $5,000 or more;
Aetna Nut company $56,945, Atwater
Manufacturing company $40,250, Charles
D. Barnes $5,476, A. T. Bishop nd wife
$9,745, Blakeslee A Co. $10,000, Charles
H. Blssell $5,625, Amon Bradley $80,014,
George D. Blssell $5,940, Clark Brothers
& Co. $20,425, Lucas C. Clark $16,878,
Charles II. and Mary A. Clark $8,760,
John Collins $13,435, James Donovan $7,-
445, Nicholas H. Fogg $10,840, Levi D,
Frost $18,102, John W.- Orldley $6,985,
Charles F. Hamlin $6,165, Frederick A,
Hart $6,250, John Hemingway $7,748,
Edwin P. Hotchklss $5,095, estate of
Hotoart Johnson $7,140, Nancy U. John
son $5,175, Henry Lowrey $6,470, T. H.
McKensle $7,005, Walter S. Merrill $5,540,
estate Adna Neal $5,500, Charles H.Neal
$5,700, Eunice A. Neal $6,950, Neal &
Guernsey $7,675, Stephen D. Neal $5,950,
Sophia M. Neal $5,615, Peck, Stowe &
Wilcox company $301,702, J. Frank Pratt
$6,600, Pults & Walkley company $22,
500, Emily B. Smith $5,725, H. D. Smith
& Co. $80,000, Mrs. Charles D. Smith
$9,790, Southing Cutlery company $106,'
300, Southtngton Lumber and Feed com
pany $11,950, Southlngton National bank
$5,000, Southlngton Water company $30,
050, Enos E. Stow $5,150, E. W. Twltchell
$5,945, William Wilcox $8,011, Edward F,
Wood $6,075, Hlal H. Woodruff $6,576,
Merltt W. Woodruff $14,695, .Pierce &
Norton, Bristol, $6,000, Frederick Wll
cox, Philadelphia, $7,500.
No Eiiib-olde'.d Gew-Omwl.
but sensible Christmas slippers for men.
THE HANAN-DILLON SHOE CO.
All About Oranges.
Everybody has the best and cheap
est. We ask an Inspection and trial
of some of the highest colored and
sweetest fruit that has been in market
this season. J. B. JUDSON,
d20 It 867 Chapel Btreet
Notice Get the Kest.
The only agents for Huylers con
fectlonery in the city are E. Hewitt
& Co. Buy of them and get it fresh.
dll eod tf
outfit should be compact,
but it should always include
a supply of
the best remedy known for
sprains, strains, lame back,
congestion arising from
cold, any one of the, innu
merable pains and aches lia
ble to come at any time.
Avoid Imlt.rl.n. cl.lmca tote" Jut u
food u ALLCOCK'S." Get the genuine. .
Allcoc&'s Corn Shields.
Allcock's Bunion Shields,
Have no equal at a relief and cute for corns,
relieve headaohe, torpid liver and
diseases caused by impure blood.
ROBINSON & FISHER,
Patents and Patent Causes,
Offices, 157 Church Street,
09 3m NEW HAVEN, CONN.
841 and 843 Chapel St.
We shall commence to-day andoontinue
during the next two weeks a oloslng
out sale of Millinery Goods.
Everything in our stock marked down
to cost or below cost.
Sweeping reductions in the prices ot
Jet Goods, etc, etc.
For fanoy work at manufrs' prices.
60 dozen fanoy TAM O'SHANTEBS
in wool and sephyr, for girls and chil
dren, from 25 totSoeaoh, worth double.
BAUiAl.N s in every department.
R. BALLERSTEIH S CO.
WILLIAM K. ni Am.KU
SINOINO, ttano .nd Orijan.
aam MHOAUL..Y BUILT)Ia.
MRS. A. A. TANYANE,
TEACHER OK VOICK CULTURE.
SO HOME PLACE.
HnkMl a. U t- , .
TTOlJiL Mill! In,n,m..t.i l.-,Ml.f
V tor the methods or Kuroiiraa oooserr.
1 and 4 to 6 p. m. ,4 tf
New Haven Conservatory of Music,
SS CHUatCU kl uA'T
K.A.PAB8ON8. J, JKKOME HAYBi.
. SlOly PrlvatInttructlonOnly.
UBOKOK CUADWICK STOCK,
v vwW DAU1J1U,
Rooms 13 and 15, Cutler Building.
VntMnnA AIM ,
m . U. HON BY, IT Churah Street.
Hartford otHoe, Uaileratela Uuild. Address
letters to W w Haven oltloe.r auU ly
GEORGE E. WALTER
(From 438 Columbus Avenue New York City.)
SOCIETY AND ARTISTIC DANCES.
Aesthetic Movements, combined with
Delsarte's System of Expression.
Formerly Loomls' Dancing- Academy,
d3 91 Chapel ftrect. New Haven. Conn.
CABINET AND HARD WOOD
And Jobbing in Wood of all kinds.
JSUWAKI) p. HKKTT, Builder, '
IS ARTISAN STREET.
Telephone liM-ia. nl
R. G. RUSSELL,
852 Chapel Street.
Imimrti a hrlMint trwnfirMreiHnr in th ikta.
I Removes all pimples, frock I es and dlsooloratlonss
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
Ask to see our new small
Hanging Mirrors, in oak, gilt,
etc., French beveled plates.
Farnifure and Mantel Co.
Orange and Crown Streets.
H. F. BL0G6 & BR0.,
Cash or Credit .:
699 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn.
FULL LINE DV '..:
Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets,
uuoiotns, jieas, uaDy carriages,
Mattresses, Parlor and - !
Character is Credit. V
fltA fin An 7am tr fMUl n m Ra4twvtavr
and Monday even intra to 9,
, And a very large variety of -
Desks, Music Stands, Cabinets,
Easels, Ladies' Work Baskets,
Tables, Fancy Chairs
Dolls' Carriages 7-
and hundreds of otberartloles for ; .
" CHRISTMAS GIFTS, .;
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