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Fur Work a Specialty
Friend E. Brooks',
705 CUAPEL STREET.
Hf" More open evenings.
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Floors, Copings, and all kinds of
Artificial Stone Work.
Estimates furnished by
C. D. ROBHSOtf & CO,
443 STATE STREET.
We offer our services to the public to buy
and sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, etc., on
Our experience and extensive acquaintance
enable us to buy and sell well. Business so
W. & E. FOOTE,
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To Make Your Home Beautiful and
HEAD IT FOR USE.
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
396-398 State Street,
Courier Building, New Haven, Conn.
The Wolcott & Parret Co.,
96 CROWN STREET.
Eave the largest and most complete line of
Wall Papers and Room Mouldings
In the city.
House, sign and fresco paintinsr, graining
nd wood finishing. White lead, paints, oils,
glass, putty and
Call and see.
No Holiday Excursion
Is complete without a visit to
84 Church and 61 Center Streets.
They have something for everyone and
many articles to be found nowhere
else in the city.
In great variety of styles and prices. Field
find Spy Glasses, Microscopes, Heading Glass
es, Thermometers, Barometers, Pocket Com.
passes, Stereoscopes, Lorgnettes.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses
Of Gold and Silver in stock and made to
DBA WING INSTRUMENTS IN CASES.
FINE LEATHER GOODS.
Pocketbooks, Side Books, Letter and Card
Caes, Purses, Portfolios, Photograph Cases,
Match Safes, Pocket Flasks and Drinking
Cups. GamVBoxes, Cuff and Collar Boxes,
Physicians' Instrument Bags, Pocket Cases.
Imported and Domestic Toilet Sundries
Cut Glass Bottles, Folding and Hand Mir
rors, Dressing Cages, Shaving Sets, Manicure
Goods, Solssors, Files and Buffers, French
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 articles of
comfort and utility may be selected. Boiling
Chairs, Head Rests, Bed Trays. Air Pillows,
Water Bottl. s. Pocket Stoves, MedicineCases,
Hedlolne Tumblers and Spoons, Family Bat
teries, Elastic Hose, eto.
84 Church and 61 Center streets,
Car on ot
Havana Tobaooo and Manufacturer
DO YOU WANT
to Caruets Britofl,
Toe Moths Killed, and Uie Dust
WE CAN DO IT.
Of the finest qualities cleaned without
Injury We ore especially fitted
up for this work.
Dyeing and Cleaning
Of Men's Suits and Overcoats, Ladles'
Of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underclothing.
THE FORSYTH CO.,
OFFICES 878 CHAPEL STREET,
645 " "
STATE, LA WRENCH ani
Telephone 854-2 and 8.
Carpet Cleaning Works.
WfJLLAJAJI F. KNAiF CO.,
106 Court St., New Haven, Ct.
Work done at short notice. mh38tf
C. W. WHITTLESEY & CO.
Dealer in Cameras,
381 State street.
American and Foreign
868 Chapel Street,
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
VAULTS and CESSPOOLS
NEATLY CLEANED BY
Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
orders left at
BHADLET & D ANN' 8,406 3 Late Street.
HOB'T. VEITCH SON'S, 914 Chapel Street
LINSLEY, ROOT & CO.'S, 33 Broadway,
Will receive prompt attention. P. O. Address
Box Boo. Telephone 436-U.
WELLS & GUNDE,
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
Full Line Sterling Silver and
Silver Plated Ware.
KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS.
No. 788 Chapel Street
Bristling With Novelties
Just mention a few to give an idea :
Silver Mounted Pocketbooks.
" Cream and Gravy Ladles.
" Sugar Spoons and Sifters.
" Tortoise Shell Hair Pius.
M Bag Tags, Umbrella and Hat
Silrer Button Hooka and Glove But
toners. Gold Pens and Penoils.
Choice seleotion of Fancy and Dia
mond Cluster Ringa.
Marquoise Setting in many combi
nations. Watches in Gold, Silver and Nickel
All styles- of. Gold Spectacles and
Eyeglasses... . .
. When out shopping be sure and eaU at
55 Church strest, cpp. Postoffica.
CUMliTM.lH AT Villi CIIVHCtS.
Interesting r.aluitm ur the Itollfious U
ine rouowins; will bs the program
of music for the praise servlca at the
Grand avenue Congregational church
next Sunday evening:
There were Shepherd Foster
Sing, O Heavens Tours
0 Holy Nlg-ht Soprano Solo Adam
Shout the Qlad Tidings Williams
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear..
Solo fur Violin Mr. Irving Hurlburt.
Arlst, Shine Williams
AT HUMPHREY STREET CUC7RCR TO-MOB-HOW,
Following are the Christmas pro
grams of music at -this church to
morrow: ' '
Organ Prelude March of the Maglo
Tenor Solo Holy Nlgtit
Anthem There Were Shepherds..
Response Holy Night Barnby
Offertory Solo Star of Bethlehem.
Organ Postlude -Hallelujah Chorus -
Organ Prelude Christmas Pastorale
Angels from the Realms of Glory..
Soprano Solo The Prince of Peace.
Shout the Glad Tidings Warren
Offertory Solo The Manger Cradle
It Came Upon the Midnight Clear..
Response Sleep Babe Divine
Organ Postlude Offortolre in D
minor f ......... . Battlste
WESTVILLE M. E. CHURCH.
Rev. Crandall J. North, presiding
elder of the New Haven district, will
preach on Sunday morning at 10:30 a,
m. In the evening the pastor will re
peat, by special request, the address
delivered a few weeks ago on the fol
lowing question: "Shall American In
stitutions Be Preserved?" All are cor
st. Paul's church.
Tire services to-morrow will be con
ducted by Rev. E. S. Lines. They will
be among the most interesting services
that have taken place before Christmas.
The following program will be rendered,
Professbr F. A. Fowler officiating at
FOURTH SUNDAY IN ADVENT.
Holy Communion, 9:30 a. m.
Morning Prayer, Litany and Ser-
'mon, 10:30 a. m.
Organ Prelude Andante Cantabile.
- . Beethoven,!
Vehite, Gloria Chant.
Te Deum, in D Marston
Benedictus, in E flat Woodward
Gloria Tibi,'tln C ....Tours
Hymn 829. .j -. "
Anthem "Prepare Ye the Way of
the Lord" Dr. Garrett
Organ Postlude Allegretto, in C
Evening Prayer nd Sermon, 7:30 p. m.'
Organ Prelude Adoremus ....... Ravina
Psalter Twenty-third Evening.
Magnificat, in E flat Simper
Nunc Dimittia, in E flat. ..Simper
Anthem "Seek Ye the Lord" . . Roiberts
Organ Postlude "Evening Benedic
Dr. J. H. DeForest of Japan will ad
dress the Men's club of United church
to-morrow evening at 7:30 on "Japan
ese Characteristics." Dr. DeForest has
been many years in Japan and those
who hear himi will learn much about the
people upon whom attention is fixed to
day. THE MINISTERS' MEETING.
The ministers will have the question
of New Haven's problem of the poor be
fore them next Monday morning, De
cember 24, at the Center church chapel
at 10:45 a, tn. Hon'. Dean Wayland
and Mr. S. O. PreBton of the board of
United Charities will address the meet
ing. Dr. McLane will present the
"Short Poem Worth Knowing."
AT GRACE M. E.
The cervices at this church will open
with a Christmas praise service at 9:30.
A short illustrated sermonette will be
preached to the children before the
morning sermon, on "The Star in the
East." The subject of the morning
sermon will be:
"Jesus the Savior has come
To tiring glad tidings of great joy
To all people.
Ring the merry Christmas bells.
Ring, ring, ring, ring I"
In the evening the sermon will be the
second one on "Methods of Work Em
ployed by Jesus." The special points
discussed will be: Wanted; poor men in
the kingdom of Christ; working with
nothing; the value of enemies; the
hand in the dark; homeward, bound.
The following Is the program of music
for the day: '
Prelude Christmas Pastorlal. . .. Merkel
Anthem Shout the Gld Tidings....
HymnHail to the Lord's Anointed
Anthem Bethlehem Bartlett
Hymn The Star of Bethlehem.. Zenner
Off ertory Noel ........ . Adams'
Duett: Misses Lamb and Justin.:
Hymn Joy to the World ........ Handel
Postlude Off ertoire. . . . . . , .... Baptiste
EVENING. , .':-;' '
Prelude Offertory In two- Christmas
Hymns.... .....Alex Gnllmant
Anthem Shout the Glad Tidings.-. .
.. .- ..Parker
Hymn How Beautious Were , the
' Marks Divine,. i.;.;.i;fc?Aies
Anthem Sweet Babe of Bethlehem,. ; J
. .... .. . .. ....... Warren
Hymn Go Labor OtrCAA... '-Has tings
Off ertory Holj 'Cif y.t . Iv.VSS". Adams
' ''- Soto: MiMr'Nellfej Larni. V.
HynwOne - More Day's -Work for -k
,, ' Jesus ........v. AA',.j.flV.Lowry
CHRISTMAS MUSIC AT TftlKITY M. S,
rrogram of the Trinity M. E. church,
, Morning Service. .
Mlu Oertrude Banford, soprano; Miss
Ellen E. Hofer, alto; Frank R, Lang
dale, tenor; E. C. Bennett, bass. Mlsi
Grace Nichols, organist.
Prelude Cantabile in 0 Orison
Now When Jesus Was Born....Jacoby
While Shepherds Watched Their
Flocks at Night Haydn
Holy City Adams
Solo: Miss Ellen Hofer.
The Christ Child Coombs
Praise service In the evening.
Prelude..'.;.. ...... . ..Rubinstein
Behold, I Bring You Good Tidings
Holy Night..', Haydn
Noel ...,:, Gounod
Duct: Misses Sanford and Hofer.
In the Ua of Herod the King....
Jesus oftfazaTeth Gounod
Solo: Miss Gertrude Sanford.
Postlude Grand Chorus Lemalgre
CHRISTMAS MUSIC AT CENTER CHURCH. '
Sunday at 4 p. m.
Organ Prelude Noel Buck
With All Thy Hosts ,...,West
Sane tus Tours
Christmas Carol in Canon Form.... ;
Response Turn Thy Face from My
Choir Hymm Holy Night Barnby
Postlude Allegro from Flute Con
CHRISTMAS MUSIC AT EPWORTH M. S.
Anthem Nazareth, with baritone solo
by Mr. E. Rogers.
Anthem Sing, Oh, Sing, This Blessed
Anthem When Jesus Was Born in
Bethlehem,, solo by Miss Island.
Soprano solo A Holy Night, by Miss
Ella L. Shuster.
Quartet, Miss" Minnie Island, soprano;
Miss Eva M. Waite, alto; Mr. Edward
Rogers, basso; Director Mr. James F.
Welch, tenor. Organist, Miss C. F.
AT THE CHURCH OP THE MESSIAH. ,
Rev. W. F. Dickerman will irive a
sermon on tie origin and significance
of Christmas. The following musical
selections will be rendered:
Anthem Hark, Hark My Soul.. Shelley
Anthem Let Your Mingling Voices
Anthn See Now the Star Clare J
Antoem aetniefiem Bartlett
The . choir consists of Miss Kate
Hofet, MIssH. E. Hayes, Mrs. E, P.
Pitman, Miss Berta L. Whittlesey,
sopranos. '." . , '
MISs Lulu. .Chillingworth, Miss ' A.
MawQ Klock, Miss Adah Wilkinson,
altos;, :". "
Dr. j P. F. "Metz, Mr. E. ' E. Peck,
tenor. ' j . . : :
Mfc T. J.Midants. Mr.. A L. Cham
berlain, jr.. bass. ' .
Mfss Ediith T. Macphle, organist.
(Signed) T. Jadonis.
CHRISTMAS AT D WIGHT PLACE CHURCH.
The evening service at this church to
morrow will be under the auspices of,
the Men's association; subject, "Fore-
t athe9t iJ0ftTjhere , wlllf1 spe'cifcT
musici responsive readings 'and an ad
dress by the pastor.
The primary school children at this.
church will have their Christmas jubi
lee this afternoon at the .church- par
lors. There are. no -less than- 150 of'
these young people, all of Whom no
doubt are full of joyous anticipations.
Next Wedn&day night the union Sun
day school h'as its Christmas celebra
tion in, the church parlors;'
AT THE OHimCU OF THE REDEEMER.
Christmas'jmusic at' the Church of
the Redeemer is as follows:
Morning Service Sunday, December 23,
: " .-1894.
Prelude Bntree de Procession.. Dupont
Carol "Hark, the Hosts of Heaven
Are Singng Shepard
Invocation.- ' , .
Anthem "There Were Shepherds".
i Shepara .
Responsive .Reading Psalm 145, on
Page 6. - -
Hymn 534 IHark, What mean
Those Holy "Voices". auiow.
Scripture Lesson. ; .: , ; -
Prayer. ' -.' . '; ; 1
Prayer. ( ::?
Her Baby to Rest" ,,...Jjaxuoy .
Offertory "The Holly vny :... -uam.
Hymn 331. :' .VjjV ::
The Creed. ', -.' ' .' !
Sermon Text, John 11, 28.
Response "The Virgin is Hushing
Prelude Air for the G string (String
Hymn 329 Angels from the Realms
Hymn 330 Jesus Came, the Heavens
Adoring .v -TShepard
Responsive Reading Psalm 24 on page;
28. . , '
Gloria Patri-Fif th Tone . . . . . Gregorian !
Prayer. " - '
A Canticle for Chrlstmasr-The Cradle
of Christ J. Frederick-Bridge, D. Mu.
Latin hymn by Glacopone (13th cen
tury), translated y Rev. Dr. Neale.
Composed for the Heresford Musical
Offertory. . . t.
Solo Nazareth fwlth viollncellp and
. organ accompaniment)." .Gounod
Prayer. ' ..... , .. .
Hymn 335, (CongregattonaU ,v ; .
PosUude March from 1st Suite, Op.
. U3 .... A Lachner
- String Quartet and Organ. ;
AT MAST PEARL BTREST M. B.CHUCH ,
The Christmas service' at N the "East
Pearl street M. Etchurch wlli be in the
.evening W'T"'??;'-:?'-; t
The nuslcfbjvfte chorus cfeolr-6t th
church and the iadre1y the pastor,
Rev. J. Howard Hand, wUl be appro
priate to the, season An. Jn terestlag.
service ha been prepared, and all are
Folowlng la the musical program:
Prelude.... , Merkel
Anthem Brightest and Best
Anthem A Babe so Fair Williams
Solo Christmas Shelley
Anthem Th Birthday of a King..
Postlude Noel, Op. 19, No, 2,.aullmant
HOWARD AVE. CONOREOATIOKAL CHURCH.
Following la the program at this
church to-morrow: ,
-CHRISTMAS PROGRAM. :
Sunday, December S3, 10:30 a. m.
Organ Prelude , Gounod
Invocation with Lord's Prayer.
Responsive Reading Thirteenth Be-
Hymn 109 Come ,Thou Desire of Alt
Te Deum, B minor Buck
Choir Response Stearns
Oftertory--Star of Bethlehem. ...Adams
Miss Sadie Thompson.
Hymn 169 Calni , on the Listening
car or XMignt.
Bev, W.'.J. Mutch.
Anthem Awake, " Put on Thy
, ; . Choir.
Hymn 198 Hark! Hark! the Notes
Organ Postlude' Handel
Under the auspices of i the Sunday
Evening 'clubf the following service
will be rendered " to-morrow evening
In memory of the landing of the Pil
grim Fathers at Plymouth Rock in
Organ Prelude Batiste
Hymn No. 644.
The Lord's Prayer.
Anthem The Strain Upraise, Alle
Responsive Reading Gloria.
Prayer with Response by Choir.
Offertory Duet Conde
Miss Sadie Thompson and Mr. A. B.
Hymn No. 657.
Address How the Church of Rome
Looks To-dlay on the Descend
ants of the Pilgrims.
Judge Simeon E. Baldwin.
Hymn No. 659: : '
Organ Postlude Handel
AT' DAVENPORT CHURCH, v I
"' ' Morhfng' Service.
Organ. Prelude-Offertory on Chflst-
mas Hymns- ouumant
Anthem In the Beginning Was the
Hymn--Hark the Herald Angels Sing.
Prayer. ' v.-.. '-.
Anthem Bethlehem. .. . . . .Bartlett
Scripture. fl ... .,
Hymn To Us a Child of Hope 'is
Sermon. .... v. ., -
Hymn Coronationvv '
i Evening Service.
Organ Prelude Shepherds; at Night
Hymn While Shepherds Watch Their
Anthem Let Us Now Go to Bethle-
Anthem-iJOy Fills Our Hearts....Waud
Hymn Heark, What Means Those
Ho-ly Voices. '
Gloria Patri.; .
Anthem Christmas Anthem. ..Leopold
Remarks by pastor." ' v 1
Anthem I am Alpha and. Omega..
Hymy Antioch. .
Organ Postlude Postlude In F....
AT THE CTTY MT8SI0K8. '
The usual -Sunday services will be
held to-morrow at : the City Mission
hall; corner pf. Court and: State streets.
The hours are 9 a. m. and 3, 4, 7:30 and
9 p. m. Mr. W.' G. Skinner will speak
at the people's service In the evening.
Mr.Elisworfh Tice "will lead the sing
ing. f All - iref .welcome. '
Tne junrtstmas tree ror ine aunaay
school.' will. 'be next week on Monday
afternoon at-4:30 o'clock. For the chil
dren of the sewing school the Christmas
tree will be on Wednesday next at 3
o'clock la the afternoon. Those who
wish to make Christmas brighter for
any of the families connected with the
work of the-City Missions can send
funds;'to Rey. Mi?. Mossman or Miss
Hume to-day sor Monday, or leave sup
plies at the City Mission hall, corner
Court and State streets,, either In the af
ternoon or evening until , Christmas
day." . ."; v. ''' :
Prompt. Sure. ;
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best external remedy known
for every form of acho ,or
pain resulting from; colds,
rheumatism or neurklgfiat ;
. Rarer ke Batirted witk V kit Aiv
eoea'a. B. not d.crrt b, mbwDwrowtloM.
'"; ' '.J '' --,. ..;
Allcock's imioh Shield "-:f
Ban ao equal ai . iH. 'lLtm
Better check it at once. There'
no telling what a sore throat will
do if you give it right of way.
Uncertain remedies often cause
dangerous delay. You bad bet
ter make the cure sure with
Known for half a century as a
specific for sore throat, cronp,
coughs and all kindred trouble.
Keep it by you for an emergency.
It never fails. Sold everywhere.
The quantity has been doubled,
but the price remains the same.
Ptrry Dam it Son, Pnrldmct, R. I.
777 Chapel Street.
STEINWAY fc SONS,
HARDMAN, PECK k CO.,
ERNEST G ABLER & BRO.,
And other makes of
I STBINERT 4 SONS CO.,
777 CiaM Street
We Pay You
That we may learn how
THIS AD. PAYS
In the Journal and Courier.
Cut this out and bring or seni it to us before
January 1st, 18 fe, ana we wm give you a
check entitling- you to a 10 per cent, dis
count on any Rubber Goods you may buy
from us now or at any time hereafter.
IT WILL PAY YOU
To send it now if only fo9
future use to
The VERU Rubber and Bi
158 Orange street,
100 Steps North from Chapel street.
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 oost or .below cost. -
Sweeping reductions in the price ot
Flowers, ' ... ' "
Velvets; - :
Jet Good's, etc., etc
For fanoy work at manufrs' prices.
60 dozen fancy TAM O'SHANTERS
in wool and icphyr, Jor girls and chil
dren, from 2S to 45o each, worth double.
BARGAINS in every department. ,
I BULERSTEIII & CO
SXNQ I NO, Hw nii Onrao.
MRS. A. A. TANYANR
TKACHEK OF VOICK CULTURE.
d4tf ae HONK PLACK.
Y School of Mualo, Ml Chapel Kriwt.
OCAL and la.trum.nuu luatruoUooat.
, tor th. method or Kuropmn ounvirv.
toriea, ApiilloaaU rooslvad dally from II to
1 and to 5 p. m. pi tf
a A. PABSONS. J. JEROME RA7B3,
101y Private Inatructlon Only. ,
. GEOUGK CHADWICK HTOCK,
Room 18 and 15, Cutler BuUdlnc.
Entranoe to Oxmptl street.
Open eyyiilmta. Mm
Jr. K. HON BY, 179 Chnroh trroe.
Hartford offloe, Ballaratela Build'g. Addraat
letter to Ntw Haven olUce. ' aultly
OEORGE E. WALTER
(From 1 Columbus Avenue Kew York Oty.l
SOCIETY AND ARTISTIC DANCES.
Aestbstlo Hovemonts, oomblned with
Delsarte's System of Expression.
Formerly Lootnls' Danoina; Aoad.ray,
dB 919 ChapM Street, New Haven, Conn.
CABINET AND HARD WOOD
And Jobbing in Wood of all kinds,
EDWARD P. BRETT, Builder,
M ARTISAN 6TREET.
Telephone 253-1A nl
852 Chapel Street.
Irrmrtn hril.ftmt tmnana&rAiWTT to th lUn.
I Ro moves all ptmple. freckles tMKl dttcotoraUooai
Now don't take our word
for this statement, but come
and see our Furniture and
our prices (you can read bur
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.
Tilt PUIIIDrDI 1IU
i in iiiiaiiiDLHLiin
Furniture and Mantel Co.
Orange .and Crown Streets.
aF' mi inr ni him
H. F. BL0GG & BRO.,
Cash or Credit
6l)9 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn.
FULL LINE W 11 T
Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets,
Oilcloths, Beds, Baby Carriages,
: - Mattresses, Parlor and
:' Cook Store.'
i Giaracter is Credit. .'
Rfam anm T a. rti. to :3B D.m. Batiirdav
and Monday evenings to 9.
, r " v ' J
And a very large variety of .
Besks Mnsie Stands, Cabinets,
Easels, ladies' Work Baskets,
Tables, Fancy Chairs. '
and hundred! of other article for.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS, ';,
SXAHL & HEGEL;
8. 10.J2 Church Street" '
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