KKYf HAVENM0RN1N Q JOUKN ALAND 001' K1EK, I UKMM Y , UKC'KMISKK 20 IW.
" Who Trade
To-morrow morning, between
8 and to A. M., we will sell Ital
ian 611k Ruga at 61c. each.
Children4 Picture Books, At
10c, 15c, 21c. and 25c. 1
One-pound box of Note Paper
and Envelopes, 6o sheets of pa
per and 50 envelopes, at 17c a
Buy a length of Fancy Silk
for a waist, at $3.45.
Aprons of every description,
13c. to $2.68.
Children's Aprons, from 25c.
upward, beautiful ones at 98c.'
Handsome Tea Gowns in the
newest ideas, $5.00 to $35.00
Traveling Rugs or Shawls, at
$5.00 and $6.50.
Real Bagdad Portiere Hang
ings, at $8.50 each. '
Uncovered Down Pillows that
are full size, well filled with odor
less and dust-proof down, all
sizes, 75c. to $2.25 each.
762 to 768 Chapel Street.
G. H. GIDNEY,
797 Chapel st.t
Six door, below Oranffe,established 1871. Den.
tutry in all Its branches. Prices th. lowest
consistent with first-class work.
AT THE CARPET
OB L RES AT
H. B. PERRY, 914 Chapel Street.
At the urgent request of the importer, the unsold ORIENTAL RUGS
and CARPETS whloh have been on sale in my establishment the
i past week, will be sold at auction without reserve,
Beginning Wednesday, Dec. 19,
And continuing throughout the
Aftiy be expected, as the importer will give the sale his personal attention,
H. B. PERRY, 914 Chapel Street -
U'U AWKlViiiUJiiT WJljililN 1NUW AJNU
' One oar ELM CITY GROVE ORANGES, about 400 boxes.
- These are the sweetest and best fruit that oomes to this market,
8,000 lbs Malaga Grapes, fine large pink fruit.
6,000 lbs New Nuts, ail kinds and best quality.
New Raisins, Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel, eto.
80,000 lbs Pare Candies, over 90 different varieties, fresh ;
. ereryday. Look out for prices.
.. We shall reoelve about 400 Turkeys and Chickens, the same qual
ity that we had at Thanksgiving and everybody said ' ;
they were the best they ever ate,
- : i , AT THE , . "
BOSTON GR0CEBY, ,
N A FDIjLERTON, Proper,
20 Chapel Street, corner of Temple.
.Branch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street
A -f-. L IL- ! I ..III
" ; THIS WEEK,
; SPEOIAI PRICES Olf HjpO SHADES,
IiARGE VARIETY OP COLOES AND STYLES.
; !CHE HOJIE DRAPERY CO:, , '
. :- vv h 694 Chapel
TOALL OUR PiTROHS
And Wa Offer to Help i little.
An exceptionally fine lot of Florida
P.nklfklog Gropes. Grape Fruit.
Bananas. Fauoy Table Apples.
Deep color Tangerines.
Staffed Prunes, 1, 1 and . lb boxes.
Choice bunob RaUlus for table.
Loose Muscatels for cooking.
Citron, Lemon and OraiiR. Peel.
Washed Currants, Seedless Raisins.
Mn, Taylor's noted Plum Puddings In
Mrs. Taylor's Jiiri of Mlnoe f or Plei,
made from chopped tongue and the
choicest fruit, all prepared by ber.
Franco-Amerloau and K. & It. Plum
Kennedy Fruit Cak. in 1 lb cans.
Bell's Poultry Dreuliis;.
Fine Olives, Olive Oil, Mustards,
Plokles, Canned Peas, Corn, Tomatoes,
Btrlngless Beans, fluoi-t quality.
FINE BHERRIES, .
FINE SAUTEllNES, .
CHAMPAGNES for table.
Bherriesand B randies for cooking ue.
25 cases Henbleln's prepared Cook
tails, Hub Punon.
A GOOD STOCK OF IMPORTED AND
The "Prince de Gales" of nearly ev
"Gallagher's Perfeotos," one dozen In
box for (1.00, a neat little present.
"Hoffman House" Cigar, fancy boxes.
A BIG STOCK OF FLOUR,
And a choice one for 14.00 per barrel a
good present to make, if. not so costly.
Open evenings until alter the holidays.
FliKMHUKD ROOM WITH BOARD,
IjOH two, tll.UO; also two moms with use of
r batn.Si.OOand JLW per week, boardif
desired. Address K. B This Office.
RAKK CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT,
(N E debenture bond of $250; one debenture
f bond of $1,000, one aeb mure b nd of
$1,000 drawing 7 per oeot. Interest, principle
and interest guaranteed and payahl at my
office. HINMA'S AGENCY,
dl71t 20 Benedict Bu.liilng.
MRS. B. COHN
IS now ready to deal In cast-off clothlni,
carpets, etc. A postal directed to W
Grand avenue will receive prompt attention.
IS BABY WORTH $1.00 ?
STTfiBCRlBE for " The Mother's Journal."
Sample ooples 10. cents.
dllilm BOX 1726, City.
week at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. each
J . I . I T - - .J, -
Son Risss, ?:15
Jus Birrs, iid
liuox Hubs, I Uiun Wats.
UM I III
DAHTLETT-In this Oily, Dewmli.r MtU,
Uuck.ey H. Uartieii, aswi yrara.
Fiiuura mi.m will be held at tbe residence
of his daus? tor, Mrs, It. A. ttwkl jr, No.3)
Howard av.nua, on rrlJay, Diwewbi KW,
si laoUx-k p. m. Holtti r and friend r
nMUmK ful.v Itiw.tl Kit. ml.
Mi) i AO UK-la tbls olir, itaoambsr 1Mb,
WlUut u. H'lgutui, sa as ye .m. ,
Fiinural axrvlon will M Bald as bis late rM.
nonoB, no. m i Orana avwous, oa rriasy
turnuun at tM oolHk. Frtsnds ut tus
raiully ars lovluxl I j auna.
fpoBT 0 KBW UATKN,
rh John If. Brown, Brown, Newport Mews,
GOBI IO KB,
Hob Iron -, Mlnty. N. Y, Iron,
bob EnurprlM,Mjurtla, M. Iron,
Bch Bpsrkle, Bsmsay, Falls.
u..k niu..i.. A.
Sob Ureoa County Xsuosr, Eyd Klni
Hob BonltB, Prtoe, CblnootsssruB, Vs.
T EGISTERED and blab arade Cbssler
IX white swine, Flyinuutb Hook pulloU
ana cock rem i ou inns nrsi quauiy nay.
CULLED U. 1'OUl'K. Uutflst,. Hamden,
oajittr box bum, vuy,
BEAD1NQ3 on all Private and Business
Matters. MKDICA-Woman's Ulseasoa.
unsuitation in pmon or tiy letter.
sp28 ly Ofllcs. Tontine Hotd. 14 Church at.
Judson's Christmas Fruits.
TITB ooms to the front as usual with a
Y V lanro and carefully selected stock.
For twenty years ws bare oatered to the
public and our ouatoincrt are our best ad
J. B. JUDSON,
WI7 Chapel street, Exohan re Bullnlng.
For Sale : The Fine Property
NO. 185 CHURCH STREET,
OPPOSITE the Green, the resld. nne of the
lute Willi im Pitch ; brown at na front
dwelling house; Oriole stable. Lot 00 tout
front by Sit feet deep. Apply to
JOHN B. FITCH, Bxeomor,
Offloe Tuo W. ft B. T. Pitch Co.,
dig tf No. 151 East street,
WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN,
Solicitor of Patents and
. Counsel in Patent Causes.
NEW HAVEN, CONN,
70 1 'lurch Street, Room 3 and t.
(Monday. Tuesday and Wednesdays
317 Main Street.
(Thursday, Friday and Saturday.)
With eight years' experience as Examiner In
United States fatent Olfloe o-m . visfyiu
ooinpeienuy about m a rais.M. u:u
That fit and wear well.
A Large Selection
854 Chapel Street.
What Is home without a pair of easy
We hare all styles and prloes from
49c to $3.00.
-. . .' .
Can you think of anything that will
please the children mora than a pair of
Rubber Boots !
. .- ' . . .. .. . -H- i -; f - -.
A. B. GREEITWOOl),
773 CHAPEL STREET, '
Store open ereniaga unttf Chi-Wmiss.
Manarer Bunnell lias shown mors
than usual rood Judgment In securing
for this evening the Hon. Howard Mar
tin with hie beautifully Illustrated
vlewa and wonderfully Interesting talks
on Japan and China at the Hyperion
Mr. Martin his met with extraordinary
suecesa wherever he haa appeared, and
having held the position of secretary of
the United States legation to China a
number of years and many years a res
ident of Japan It fully capable of giving
a moat vivid and instructive lecture,
having teen in touch with all the high
officials of both empires. Mr. Martin
cornea commended ty the beet people of
New York ae a lecturer of exceptional
ability, and we are making no mistake
In predicting a large attendance this
evening. Hla lecture on China yester
day was a fine treat, highly enjoyed by
all present Bale of seats now open.
HoyVe great political satire, "A Texas
Steer," will be presented on Saturday
evening next, produced by the original
com any. The play It so well krown here
that further comment is unnecessary,
Sale of seats Is now open.
Manager Bunnell Is to be congratu
lated in his selection of the Christmas
attraction. With his customary fore
sight he hat secured Augustine Daly's
famous company of comedians In the
ever euccessful comedy, "7-20-8." This
great company In the delicious comedy
will without question draw a large hol
iday audience. Sale of scats now open.
flmml Operu llon.e.
"Coon Hollow" will play a return en
gagement to-night) altid Friday and
Saturday evenings. There will be
matinee on Saturday. An exchanire
says: "Mist Floy Crowell as "Clyde
Harrod" Is a really remarkable success.
In looks she le 'beyond mere prettlness,
though her beauty Is that of the evil
one in the play, but off the stage she
must be a moat charming; young lady.
Her mastery of the cracker dialect Is
perfect. There Is a wonderful planta,
tlon scene, with a furious lot of danc
ing by the field hands, and Miss Hamil
ton gives a pickaninny dance which Is
a wonder. The scenery is very fine,
particularly the bursting of the dam
the steamboat race and the cotton
The cast: Philip Hury, Theolore Ham.
Ilton, Art Beeymer, C. E. Dudley, Jared
Fuller, Ben Clark and Tom Eastman,
Arthur Hackley; Ralph Markham
Blngley Faylps: Diogenes Sharp, Alf.
Hampton; Lem Stockwell, Horace
Mitchell; Uncle Bob White, H. J. Ken
nedy; Chip and Sophie Chalker, Louise
Haven; Jean Beehymer, Louise Arnott;
Clyde Harrod, Floy Crowell; Rose
White, Ella Spencer; Georgia, Miss
The Christmas attraction at the
Grand will be the well known favorite,
Dan, McCarthy," Who -will appear In
"The Pride of Myo; Monday evening
ana (juris tmas day matinee and even
ing. On Wednesday matinee and
evening1 "The Rambler from Clare" will
The lecture hall, annex at the Grand
Is now open free to the patrons of the
'theater. The attraction thle week Is
Miss Jennie MoreliQ and her educated
spaniels, who go through a fine perform
ance, showing how carefully they have
been trained by Miss Morello,
Poll'. Wonderland Theater.
The wonderful singing of Marius De
laur and Alice Debrlmont, who are ren
dering1 grand opera with all the wealth
of voice and costume' and stage set
tings that grand opera usually sug
gests, explains why Wonderland is so
thronged. These artists are fresh from
Europe, where they sang the leading
roles in grand opera In the chief cities,
Fun also abounds at the Wonderland.
Harris and Walters present a very fun
ny comedy sketch, during which Mr.
Hkrris Introduces some side-splitting
reference to matters that touch the rid
iculous part of public affairs in New
Haven. Then thfe; New Haven boys,
Healy and Teed, make lots of fun with
their nimble dancing and eccentric
knockabout tumbling. The six Reed
Birds, the Lenton brothers, Robetta and
Doreto, Billy and Daisle Oolden and the
Rydets with their trick monkeys make
up the balance of the comedy cast, fur
nishing an entertainment that for fun
could not be surpassed.
Mar Be a New Haven Han.
Last might's Bridgeport Farmer says:
"It is believed that this successor to
Deputy Marshal W. A. Lewis, who has
resigned, will be a New Haven man.
Although it is the' moat Important in
the district the latter city has not had
a deputy under the present United
States marshal and Were is good reason
to believe that he will now adtii a New
Haven man to his staff. '
We Pay You
' That we may learn how
THIS AD. PAYS
In the Journal and Courier.
Out this out and bring or send It to us before
January 1st, io . anu , we wiu give you a
check entitling you to a 10 per eeni dls
oount on any Bubber Goods yon may buy
front us now or at any time hereafter.
IT WILL PAY YOU
To send it now if only for
' future use to
The VERU Rubber and Bi
158 Orange street, '
WO Steps Nortk from Chapel street.
anm t vck a r tuaeu.
It Knablrd Wolo-.lt to May II h the harpa
fur On lntietlnf H- d.
(From the Waalilnirton I. St.)
"I suppose Senator Wulcott Is ont of
the coolest men living when engaged In
a game of chance," said Albert Wat
ton of Denver. "Like most men whose
early manhood has been spent on the
frontier, ho learned the value of a pok
er hand- and the best way to keep
cases at soon as he learned law, and
he was known as a 'limit' player all
over Colorado before his fame at a law
yer had spread outside of Denver.
When playing faro he always did, and
doet yet, bet as much on the turn of
a card at the dealer will allow him
to, and when he sits In a poker game
the other people want to keep their eyet
wide open and play their cards mighty
close up to their chests.
"Wolcott once found himself in a
game of poker where three of the other
players were playing a sure game.
They were professionals and were after
a big bundle of money that he had In
his possession, as well as looking after
that which the fifth player, a mining
operator named Durkln, was known to
have. Wolcott knew in twenty minutes
sfter the first hand was dealt that the
Intention wts to rob him, and wearied
his wits trying to And a way to get
out or the game without making trou
ble, but he couldn't discover a means
to save him. At last he was dealt a
pat flush of diamonds, made up of the
five, seven, eight, nine and Jack. He
skinned these cards over and did a
mighty piece of thinking. He felt In
his bones that a flush would be of no
account In the world when it came to
show down, but he chipped In and
stayed to draw cards.
"To his surprise he wasn't raised be
fore 'the draw. He looked over his
bright red diamonds again and con
cluded to draw a card In order, if possi
ble, to straighten the sequence. He
pondered a long time between discard
ing the five spot or the picture, and
at last tossed away the jack and called
for a card. The dealer looked surprised
at his wanting any, but gave him the
card. Wolcott picked it up and found
he had got the six- spot of diamonds.
He never turned a hair. The betting
began, and he nursed his sequence, and
Just stayed along, letting the other fel
lows do the raising. At last It got
down to Wolcott and one of the pro
fessionals. Finally there was a call
and the other man showed four queens.
Wolcott laid down the five, six, seven,
eight and nine of diamonds and swept
In the pot. The game stopped right
there. I reckon that was the greatest
piece of luck that any man ever had
in a poker game.
The Columbia Dealt Calendar.
For ten years thedeskcalendarlssued
by the Pope Manufacturing Company
has 'held a unique place among busi
ness helpers. The calendar for 1895,
which is Just issued, Is even brighter
than its predecessors In appearance.
It can be had for five two-cent stamps
from the Pope Manufacturing Compa
ny, Hartford, Conn., or from any Co
lumbia bicycle agency.
Fine stock of Bradbury and Sterling
pianos at E. L. Catlin's, 643 Chapel St.
20 per cent, cash discount on our en
tire stock of house furnishings and
dl2 tf Brown & Durham.
A genuine cash discount sale of 20
per cent, is the best Christmas present
ever offered New Haven buyers. We
are making it
dl2 tf ' Brown & Durham.
Use nl Gifts.
In our special holiday sale slippers,
boots, rubbers, overshoes, overgaiters
for every member of thle family. We
save you one-third In price.
dl8 3t D. W. COSGROVE & CO,
"Trust Those Who Have Tried."
Catarrh caused hoarsenese and diffi
culty in speaking. I also to a great
extent lost hearing. By the use of
Ely's Cream Balm dropping of mucus
hbs ceased, voice and hearing have
greatly improved, J. W. Davidson,
Attorney at Law, Mommoufch, 111.
I used Ely's Cream Balm for catarrh
and have received great benefit I be
lieve it a safe and certain cure. Very
pleasant to take. William Frazer,
Rochester, N. T.
Price of Cream Balm is fifty cents.
d!8 St eod ltw
House Furnishing Goods-
Must be turned into Cash. i
Early buyers -will get the best
. Furniture, Carpets, Stoves,
I AO must go regardless of profits.
ocook is repiete witn a targe
i- variety of
Useful Christmas Gifts.
Ladies' Writing Desks in Oak.s
k Curly Birch ana Mahogany. T
9 ShavinirCablnete and Chiffonier,
.Children's Hookers, Doll Carriages
'and Express Wagons. (
I Look at th Patent Booker fori
9 Banquet Lamps and Bilk Shades!
.make a beautiful Christmas pres-'
'ent My stook of these 1b the bestl
lever shown in the oity.
it L Arc!,
755 to 763 Chapel Street.
' "X Open evenings. -. v ,-
Handsome Chrlitmat slippers for
THE IIANAN-DILLOX SHOE CO.
uenuine oermsn canaries, young
birds; warranted singers. You don't
have to keep them If they are not.
Cages, all brass, 63c up. 1'nrrots and
paroquets. Oold flsh and globes.
J. B. JUDSON.
Successor to C. H. Rents,
d201t 867 Chanel street.
The honey of the blos
soms ground in
DESK room, Inolurttn r desk.
. d!37t f runtime the Green.
I ESK room nr P. O., Unit olass. elevator,
' liualnuu office; stutu tnialtuw.
uiu iw r. u. uux w. citv.
A GOOD PAYING HOUSE.
Would take a building lot or farm la ex
change. R. E. BALDWIN,
d&w HIS Chapel street.
FARM FOR SALE,
YERY fine locution, on main road In Wood
brlde. Lnrire, roomy bulldlnga, fine
shadr, abundanoo of fruit, puresprlnv water;
uauuuuui, Buinmor uomo. cau or aaureas
GEORGE A. ISBELL,
787 Chapel rtreet, New Haven, Conn.
Two Family Hoiiss on Whalley Avenue.
Good barn. Lot 80x285 feet.
JOHN C. PUNDERFORD,
116 Church street.
A HOUSE on Olive street, noar Ohapel t.;
- . " ... w UUU, tu, nun
terms very easy to a prompt buyer.
Ileal Estate Offloe,
s30 759 Chapel street.
A Fine Residence
ON Howard avenue for sale ; has 10 rooms,
m dern iniprovemonts, and Is in per
feot order. Lot 60 f det tront. Easy terms,
CHAS. D.NICOLL& CO.,
88 Church street, (Benedict Building), room 15.
Evenings from 7 to 8.
Westvilie to Have Rapid Transit.
BUILDING lots on Main, Fountain, West
Prospeot, Wlllard, Alden, Barnett, and
other desirable resldenoe streets In Westvilie,
for sale at prloes ranging from two to tea
cents per square foot.
Now Is the time to buy.
For particulars call on or addrew
H. C. PARDEE,
nt2tf 128 Fountain street. Weetvllle.
City Building Lots.
Loans on City Property.
EDWARD M. CLARK,
Ml CHURCH STHEET
Evenings T to 8. Koorall.
To Loan, $10,000.
TO loan $10,000 on central property, for a
term of years, at 5 per cent.
CHARLES H. WEBB,
850 Chapel Street.
Monday and Saturday evenings.
A BARGAIN. A Two-Family 12-Rooro
House, all Improvements, on Sher
man avenue, lot 41x130. Price
Money to Loan in Sums
Office Open Evenings.
L. G. HOADLEY,
Room 8, Hoadley Bulldinc, 49 Church St
Ifew Two-family House,
NEW HAVEN ( OUNTY NATIONAL
New Haven. December 6. 1804.
THB annual meetlnx of the stockno ders of
this bank, for the election of directors
to serve the ensutnr year, will be held at
their banking house on Tuesday, January ,
181)0. Pons open from 11 o'clock a. m. to 12 m.
One Cent It Word each Inmnrtlnn. Am
cents Word for full Week, seven
QITTT TION a 0'Molinmn by steady man.
CljttJUlre tat LHAVkL BlUUtt
T a oonipetenl woman, a situation to to
),u'oork j coud referencea.
"Witt 61 URANOE
SITUATION by oonipt.ut women, oa.
pulil or cooking orKsnnral houworkl
rerw noes, luijtilnt
, dM f m IIOWAHD AVKXTJ&
AYon NO man an llme-kw-per In a man
urnutitry ; in an ai tl v man an oppor.
tunny to adviiiinu with a growing oooourn la
a-Pilf METAL, this offics.
BY a Norwcirlun ponltlnn as lady's maid or
Sratiiai ro.gj aneiilM good Kri iioti, Apply
u,. . Mr- AILSBjT, WJI Ctmpot Street.
DRUOOIST wlnh.il p ultlon. bis had tbor.
ough oxperlenro In prnio.-ltiMon work.
Al '.T . PHAltSIAWsT. This Offloe.
d IB coil 3tt
w A n ri.:i
SITUATIONS foruperlsuoed vlrla for fen
era! huiKowni k mid up mairs work at
"WEUWIl KMl'LOVM i, NT AOBNOY,
ait i;6 M. ndow treet,
A SITUATION by a young girl to do en
olty ri't.-rcnco. I uiiilro
" Q" l Aitbiabis bT., for three days.
ACOMPKTKNT woman as chambermaid
. u""i.?.,'li.,.n,te1'' PP'V with reforenoes
UiMra. KU Wnittiey, Jr., Whitney Ave.,oor
nor street, but ween twelve and two
A if"lS' oItt8 -lrl',ge wood-worken one
m. ...... . ..Mil,, iiNiii mm ntuvr worai
mum be sober, stonily and reliable; to suoa a
man i-im give steady work and good wages,
AildfCHS GEO. LOOMS. Loulavllln. K
A YOl'N'-man, trustworthy and well to.
quHlntvd In this city, wanu work ; would
drive uiaiu. work In faotorj or do anything
wliloh w.mld prove a steady lob ; food refer.
cnutn. A.l.lreiw. W. W This Offloe.
A COM PETENT girl, Bwode or German, si
cook and laundrusa. Apply
din:it m WlllTNEY AVB.
FOREMAN carriage wood-worker in a New
York state factory; must be thoroughly
experienced in the oarrlage bu-dness, and
nnitolaas draughtsman. Address stating ex
perience, salary required, etc.
dl 3tt care of P. O. Box SU. Cltr.
. - j
BY an exoellcnt glrla situation to do house.
work, or will do laundry work or kitchen
work. She has city reCe-enues and will be
handy girl in a household. All kinds of help
furnished for city or country.
CI Orango street,
Onudefroy's Old Stand.
EVERYBODY needlngaervantsto call here,
We supply all the beat. We have sorted
out and discarded moat of the useless olass.
These seek new offices (where they are not
known), which are springing up constantly.
We have been bore years ana use judgment,
selecting only those that will do the work re
Quired. We have the tinmt fanlllftlea and nan
serve you oetier tiuin anyone else.
776 Chapel street.
Evil? PITVT K1W1V
rjlHE rooms opposite Elliott House ocou-
X pica iy t r. uayiowi tor xt years as den.
1 OLIVE STREET,
FURNISHED ROOM, HEATED,
FOR one or two gentlomon : with board,
dl7f 108 DIXWELL AVENUE.
A PRIN I ED LIST OF THIRTY
RENTS may be had upon application.
JOHN T. SLOAN,
nzu tu Th sa 7 tc' Chapel street,
UNTIL, DECEMBER 20th
WE will engrave a plate and make W
cards for 0. This only holds good
until date mentioned.
CUKXiSS Si BRADLEY,
(113 7t 14 Center street.
DROP IN AT MAJLLORY'S.
uKAnun. upen eyeninss until
Christmas. dlT Jtt
FRESH FISH FOR SALE.
THIS Is the week to ett fish; have a very
larare stock of flsh this week, aelllnir at
very low prices at the Old Graud Avenue
Flab Boat. Scallops, oysters and olams all
this week. dlsStt
2 DESIRABLE ROOMS FOR RENT,
SINGLY or together; one mlnnte walk from
green. Address BOX 1088, City.
SEVEN BARRELS CHESTNUT
WOOD (1.0.1 : 6 barrels hard wood tLOO.
ELM CITY WOOD CO. Order front
n24 88t Stephen brunt, 503 Chapel.
People are coming to take
advantage of our 20 per cent,
Those polished oak Ladies'
Desks, which were $c. 00, the
discount reduces to $4.00.
Those Onyx banquet Lamps
with silk shades at $4. 50 are re
duced by the discount to $3-6a
Our Entire Stock is Included.
Staple articles as well as Holi1
day goods. This makes those
handsome Antique Chamber
Suites, that have sold so rap-
dly at $20, now $16 and so
on through the entire Furni
ture and Carpet departments.
No such sweeping redaction
has ever been made in New
Haven for fire sales, bankrupt
sales, or dissolution sales. , ,,.
This week offers the oppor
tunlty of the year ; improve it,
BROWN & DURHAM,
Complete Housefurnisherv '
ORANGE AND CENTEB STREETS.
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