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NEW HAVEN MORNING J OURNALfAND COURIER. MONDAY, DECEMBER 241 1894
4 'ill THE GENUINE Popularly known throughout New England m the highest Standard 10 oenU Cigar lor Quality, yuautlty nCADlO OTT IP, Direct Importer of the finest Vuelta Abnjo Havana Tobaooo and Manufacturer ol Cigar; Corner Shite and Wooater Rtreata, Jfw TT.v.n, Conn. DXisccUnucous. FINE FURS. 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', 785 CHAPEL STREET. fT Store open evenings. 1Z lie best for Driveways, Collar and Shop Floors, Copiugs, aud all kind of Artificial Stone Work. Estimates furnished by The Manufacturers, C. D. ROBDTSOI & CO, Dly30tf 44 STATE STREET. COMMISSION BUSINESS. We odor our services to tbe public to buy and sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, etc., on commission. , Our experience and extensive acquaintance enable us to buy and sell well. Business so licited. .Respectfully, W. & E. FOOTE, apHOtf 430 State Street. EVERYTHING To Make Your Homo Beautiful and Life Happy. WHITE ENAMEL, BATH ENAMEL, VARNISH STAINS, GOLD PAINTS, HEADY FOK USE. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street, Courier Building, New Haven, Conn. NOTICE, The Wolcott & Parret Co., 86 CROWN STREET. Have the largest and most complete line of Wall Papers and Room Mouldings In the city. House, sign and fresoo painting, graining and wood finishing. White lead, paints, oils, glass, putty and PAINTERS' SUPPLIES. Call and see. No Holiday Excursion Is complete without a visit to E.L. 4 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 prices. Field and 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 order. DBA WING INSTRUMENTS IN CASES. FINE LEATHER GOODS. Pocketbooks, Side Books, Letter and Card Cases, Purses, 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 Mlr rors. Dressing Cases, Shaving Sets, Manicure Goods, Scissors, Files aud Buffers, French and English Brushes, Soap 3 and Perfumes in choice packages. Waterman's Fountain Pens, Iuk Wells, Paper Cutters, Buttonhooks, Paper Weights, Playing Cards; Game Counters, etc. For the Invalid and unfortunate many articles of comfort and utility may be selected. Rolling Chairs, Head Rests, Bed Trays, Air Pillows, Water Bottlrs, Pocket Stoves, MelicineCases, Medicine Tumblers and Spoons, Family Bat teries, Elastic Hose, etc. 84 Church and 61 Cento streets, Very Best. Crion noe ABE STAMPED and Workmanship. ID. GIIAVH, DO YOU WANT loir Carpets BriEtaei, The Motlu Killed, and ta Oiut Removed ? WE CAN DO IT. Lace Curtains Of the finest qualities cleaned without Injury We ore especially fitted tip tor this work. Dyeing and Cleaning Of Men's Suits and Overooats, Ladles' isrcsses, era. Laundering Of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, TJnderolothlng. THE FORSYTH CO., OFFICES-878 CHAPEL STREET, 645 " 23 BROADWAY, STATE, LAWRENCE and MECHANIC STREETS, Telephone 8S4-2 and 8. COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. W II. LI AM r. KNAFF a CO., Proprietors, 106 Court St., New Haven, Ct. Work done at abort notice. mhsatt OUR SPACE. C. W. WHITTLESEY & CO. Dealers in Cameras, 281 State street. EARLE & SEYMOUR, SOLICITORS OF American and Eoreign PATENTS, 868 Chapel Street, NEW HAVEN, CONN. VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED BY FAKNHAM. Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Orders left at BRADLEY Sc D ANN'S, 409 S late Street. KOB'T. VEITCH SON'S. 974 Chapel Street. L1NSLEY, ROOT & CO.'S, 33 BroWay, will reoeive prompt attention. P. 0. Address Box 855. Telephone 425-13. Iciwelcrs. WELLS & GUNDE, Watchmakers and Jewelers. Full Line Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Ware. KIMM'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS. No. 788 Chapel Street. OUR STOCK IS Bristling With Novelties Suitable for Christmas Presents. ' Just mention a few to give an idea : Silver Mounted' Pocketbooks. " Cream and Gravy Ladles. " Sugar Spoons and Sifters. " Tortoise Shell Hair Pins. " Bag Tags, Umbrella and Hat Marks. Silver Button Hooks and Glove But toners. Gold Fens and Penolls. Choice selection of Fanoy and Dia mond Cluster Rings. Marquoise Setting; In manv oomhi. nations. Watohes In Gold, Silver and Niokel oases. AU styles of Gold Spectacles and Eyeglasses. When out shopping be sure and call at J. H. G. DUBANT'S, 55 Church street, QPP. Postoffioe. WALllKUrOHO. Saturday morning Mrs. Dennis Red mond, who Uvea near the railroad, just at of the National banff room, dlscov red Michael J, Quinn In on of the bedrooms of bur house and drove him out of door ' At noon, when her board era cam. bom to dinner,-they found that their ir'ooms had been ransacked and, all told,. 122 In cash bad been -tak en, and naturally suspicion fulls on Quinn, who was known to be In the house, where lie had -no right to be. Quinn Is a married man, but has not lived with his wife for some time past and baa of late been spending; hj nights In the band room, of which organiza tion he is a member. Up to late Satur day evening no arrest had beon made, and as far as could be learned no com plaint had been made to the authorities of the affair. Qulnn's character has been considered quite "shady." Sheriff Itod Austin took John Dalton over to the retreat In Mlddletown Sat urday. This is his second time at that Institution. A notice In the window of the small building on Hull avenue Saturday read: "A fish market will be opened in this store December 27, 18W5." When. asked If he was not giving a long notice of the opening, the proprietor saw' the point and changed the date to 1894. The condition of A. B. Plxley Satur day evening was reported as not as fa vorable. Harry Summers of East Walllngford was drunk on Center slrect Saturday afternoon and was locked up by Officer Rellly. Three New Haven bootblacks were in town Friday and Saturday and return ed home on the 8:28 train. It was evi dent that they were not rcgulnr attend ants at Sunday school: If they were, they have not profited by the teach ings. D. B. & M. D. Bullis have opened a meat market on Cherry street. Colonel W. J. Leavenworth and daughter, Bessie, Btart Tuesday for Chi cago. Miss Bessie will go to Omaha to visit friends. Miss Alice M. Lane will arrive home from Northport, L. I., to-morrow. C. G. Phelps Is home from Washing ton, D. C, for the holidays. Miss Sadie Kelsey has gone to her home in Clinton for a week's visit. Pant Commander M. W. Tuttle will install the officers of Henry C. Morwln post, G. A. R., in New Haven on the evening of the first meeting in the newi year. Ipadore Appletrees Is quite ill with asthma and heart troubles, and his con ditlon la considered critical. Friendship encampment, I. O. O. F., has elected as officers: C. J. Bampton, chief patriarch; Charles Allen, senior warden; M. Jt. Thomas, high priest; William RanforcT, treasurer; W. H. Dunn, scribe; P. G. Tqwnshend, junior warden. . The Stoddard Lectures. From his search for material "to In terest his patrons, Mr. Stoddard re turned from Europe not long since with! the lectures of his fifteenth season pre pared! In cohtrast'-to those of last year, on Oriental places and seml-clvil-Ized or barbaric people, lie now treats of places and people in. Continental Eu rope. His lectures,' evolved from new notes of travel, acquired unprecedented popularity in Brooklyn, Philadelphia, and Chicago;, apd are now fn progress with splen'uccffes fh' Boston. ' , i Fresh study and experience In the Paris of to-day enables him to Inter est his hearers- as never before in the great city of pleasure. No city con tains more to charm, Instruct and thrill than Rome. The account of his latest visit to Switzerland cannot fall to he delightful, and the story' of a tour through the land of the Midnight Sun will give equal pleasure. As a close to his series, Mr. Stoddard has consented to give once more his account of the Passion Play of Ober Ammergau, for which requests have come to him for several seasons. His search In Paris and the employment of speolal artists, have resulted in per haps ' the finest collection of, photo graphic illustrations tie has ever pos sessed. The lectures are to be given,, at the Hyperion on Tuesday evenings Janu ary 8, 15, 22, 29, and February '5. The sale of course tickets will open on Mon day morning, December 31. A genuine cash discount sale of 20 per cent, is the best Christmas present ever offered New Haven buyers'. We are making It. j dl2 tf Brown & Durham; Fine cut glass selling for not much more than some dealers ;ask for com mon glass. . ... :.. v. , d22 2t MALLEY, NEELY & C.O. 1 Selling the last of our watches- frt 4 mere song. Won't keep watches after. this. . : . . .. i.;,' .. . d22 2t MALLEY, NEELY & CO. far Despair! Many have had consumption and been cured by Nature and did hot knowj they had it. Later, when they died ! from other causes, autopsies ' have j shown the scars of healed cavities in ! their lungs. Tutt to what Nature uill t SLOCUM'S 1 OfNonreglanCODLIYEROavitli GU1UC0L CURES CONSUMPTION Justly nldlnjE DatQri;J ; Tht KIND THAT PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE. At all Dtfnij'Star; ' ' t, A. SL0C1JM CO., NEW VOPft SOME; POLITICAL STRAWS, KKVVltUCAH CAVVVKi Wilt JUT MKLO XlSXr UIVKHBAS. . Candidate Mentioned For the vwrnl C) mo Will be Uu.jp Times Among Pull. UvUnt This yvak-ltctmen May Make lUanHToaltfht. Bom politic Ions who are looking; for poliitoaJ. offices will, It Is thought, not have much, of a chance to enjoy even their Christmas dinner,, as they wjll have to spend all the time Intervening between now and Thursday evening. In propping up their fences and working to secure the nomination lor the sev eral office ; which they are desirous of occupying.; To all aspirant for politi cal offices the next four day wjll be the busiest of the year. The republican city caucu will be held Thursday evening next, December 1, Immediately after a special meeting of the board of councllmen which has been called for that evening In order to finish up some business which must be completed before the 1st of Janu ary. The caucuses are held by the member of the boards of aldermen and counollmen separately at first and then the member of both board meet in Joint convention and place in nomina tion the candidates to be voted for by both boards. The candidates to be nominated In Joint convention are corporation coun sel at a, salary of $3,B00 a year and an assistant city clerk at $1,000 per year. At the-oauctas of the aldermen candi dates will be placed In nomination for the offices of president, a member of each of the commissions, police, fire and public works, and a page. At the sep arate Caucus of the councllmen candi dates wflt be selected for president of the board, orte member of the board of finance artd' a page. , . For corporation counsel Attorney William H. Ely of the law firm of Case, Ely & Case Is said to be the strongest candidate In the field. In fact, said a prominent republican- leader yesterday, ' he Is the only man who practically has no opposition, and it is safe to say that he will be the unanimous) choice of thei i-aucira. turner in me campaign me names of several other candidates for the office' were proposed, but they have; now practically dropped out of the race. The -present assistant city clerk, -Ed ward A. Street, will doubtless, as he' ought to, succeed himself. Mr. Street has pro ved'ihimself during the year he has held the office one of the most pop ular and iobllging city officials and has made hosts', of friends. Always willing and obllBjtigand possessing a thorough knowledge- oi Municipal business he isV the rjhtjlpan in the right place and will prove Hh able assistant to the new cjfy clerkTtichard, F. Lyoiu- But onei other -candidate has been named for' the1 poUtldtY; Frank G. Armstrong, but It isi nolj, Relieved by those in a posi tlon'to Jtrftw that he will receive any thing jttowihan a complimentary vote. Vnrr lnmn innnpp.tnr the. nfflop. tinw' held bySvlj$tni JJoawin, there arsev-' eral candidates in the field and at pres-1 ent it is next to an impossibility to pickftbe winner.. , It is not probable. tha anything caji be done toward elect ing tils stXccessof until spring, as in order to db anything of this kind an! ordinance must be passed providing for the electkin of an -inspector, his term of .office, jutias, eto., and before any" suc!rdi(j&n$B coulfobS passed and be come operative it will be next spring. , For presJdentfjjpf -the board of .alder men thert- are "two .candidates most prominently mentioned.-, These ire Al dermen James H. MacDonaid of the Tenth warflf ;and Dwigh,t ,W. Blakealee of the Second. The. "latter has been making . vigorous, canvass, but It Is generally) believed 'thit the chairman of the republican 'town committee will prove'an eaSy winner. ..; '.! . Councjlmn-elect piarjes D. iNlchol of the iFir war$ wjll .in all probability be elected i, president fthe board of councllmeni but ft is said ex-Judge Ru4 Cus S. Pickett ol 'the' Second ward is" working' hard' to secure the coveted prize. Councilman NIchol has served a term In the-board of councilman ' and will make fn able presiding officer. It is also probable that Hawley W. Lin coln, the present page of the board of councilman, will be elected page- of both the,, boards of aldermen and. coun cilman. ' , ; ',' For police commissioner there are three men most prominently mentioned. They are Joseph E. Hublnger. of the Tenth ward, ex-Councilman John JL Shaw of flie Fifth and ex-A lKJermarl WUHam E.'iphandler.ot the First. For fire commissioner the aspirants are Al derman W. E.JMorgan of the Eleventh ward, ex-Fire Commissioner David H, Clark, Captain T. H. Sucher ajnd" Ccshi mlssioner Loren H.. Stannad," a canflO date' for re-electionr: For commissioned of the board of public' worksfbut ttyd naries have been mentlbnecfrlThey are .W'illlanj H. Preston 'ofi tJie'Elevenilj ward and Reuben, if. Brown of tb.4 Ninth; . member- of the pien'-'"board Owing to the fact that- to-morrow ;is Christmas day the regular weekly , meeting of the board of selectmen will, be held this evening Instead , of to-mor--row. At thrs time, It is said, some changes may be made In the offices. un der the control of the town fathers-. Groat Men and Their I ts. From Harper's Young People. Not a few great men have been par tial to cats. Petrarch" had Ms cat em balmed: Rouseau shed genuine -fears over the loss of, his;. Dr. Johnson, some times called the "Great Bear,'. 'nursed hia cat day and night during Its illness, and went himself for.oystersi to tempt Its appetite; Southey raised one of hi cats to the peerage, with the high sounding title of "Earl of Tomfemagne, Baron Raticide, Waowlher and Skarat chi." To Napoleon, however, cats were a mortal terror. Just after the battle of Wagram an aide-de-camp, upon en tering the. emperor's room, saw him half -undressed, with protruding eyes and perspiring forehead, making fre uent lunges with a sword at the tapes try around the room. : In explanation he Bald 'there was a eat behind7 the -tapestry, and that h4 hated cats' from hi very infancy.': ,He 'tad J crossed' 'the bridge at, Lad 1 -with subHmeeorage, yet quivered with excitement Ijjjad ter ror over the presence of a cat.' i Wuiista(M'wudbruMiRViL k ai ABSOLUTELY PURE THE 010 RELIABLE SWEET GAPORAL CIGARETTE flu ttoH Mi Test f Tta Mone solo than all other HANDS COMBINED A HOLIDAY BOOK. THE WHITE CANOE : An Indian Legend of Niagara. POEM BY WILLIAM TRUMBULL, With 10 full-psire illustrations from designs uy r. v. au nunii, 8vo, full gilt, $J.50. "Wide mararlns. dalntv covers, sumptuous lUustratlous." Pall MnU Gazette. "A gift-book for which many will be grate ful to both designer and poet." London Na tional Observer. "An exceedingly beautiful volume, whioh should .pe.-dlly ttnd a place In the library of every collector of Miagaraua." Buffalo Ex- press. "In Mr. Trumbull's Doom the Incident Is vigorous y portrayed Mr. Du Mond spirited drawings are admirably reproduced by photogravures and are excellent studies fiom Indian Ufa as well as excellent illustra tions of the romantic legend." London Sat urday Hevlcw." The nnnm is of a hlirh llterarr oualltv. The illustrations are of unusual exooHenoe," Boston Transcript, "A stirring Indian legend of Niagara Falls, ... a o-rauhln noern in whloh the native sen timent Is well reproduced." Congregation a.lst. Told in SDlrlted verse The lllustra- tinns re hII verv skillful and beautiful, and several of them are exceedingly fine, poetlo conception ana strongana eaecuve in ex ltion Philadelphia Times. Dramatloenouirh In motive and handling to warrant Its oumbination with the illustra tions. Particularly interesting to students of Indian lore." St. Paul Pioneer Press. "Told In full, free, swinging, rhythmlo verse, with a good doai or vigor aDoui it New York Commercial Advertiser. A book pleasant to the average eye." In dependent. f.-Smooth. metrical form.- An Indian story of Niagara, romantio and very susceptible of ') urusti-ation. iriDune. A beautiful examole of art-work in books. Told in smooth, lljwlng .verse." Pittsburg, Telegraph. ........ i Melodious hexameter verse." New York Home Journal. The aDDearanoe of the poem suggests a renewal of tbe question why our verse-; makers have made suoh little use, compar atively spekiiig. or the rich st ire of roman tic material offered in Indian legends, folk-. ta l.ui and hiat nfUal ilinMll,. rillflnnlr 1 V; P. PUTNAMrS SONS. NEW YORK : .. LONDON: 27 W. Twenty-third st. Bedford St., Strand. THE KNICKERBOCKER PRESS. n28M5 , M per cent, cash discount on our en tire' stock of house furnishings and holiday goods. dl2 tf Brown & Durham. Ah the $5.00-- to $10.00 house coats closing out at $3.98, $5.00 and $6.00. d22 2t MALLEY, NEELY & CO. Goodwin's Frnit and Vegetable Market 685 Chapel Street. For Saturday's and Monday's Jrade we have a fine assortment of fancy veg etables, genuine white Boston head let tuce and celery, cauliflowers1, string beans, radishes, cucumbers, splnlch, kilh-drled sweet potaoes, silver-skin on ions,. -Boston : marrow and Hubbard squashes, old-fashioned yellow pump kins, etc., etc. FRUITS! v FRUITS! Sweet Indian River oranges 20, 25 and 30o dozen. New fancy figs, dates, Mal aga grapes, tanjerines, grape fruit, etc. Mixed nuts of all kinds. 'Gllliflower, None Such, Greening and Baldwin apples.- Goods delivered. Telephone 282-2. GOODWIN'S, fl22 2t 685 Chapel street. DIPHTHERIA Too many 'homes bear this fear-inspiring placard, denoting the prevalence of that most insidious and dreaded of all diseases --Diphtheria. . ' . ' ' It is to-day a recognized fact among the best practitioners that nine out of ten cases formerly considered hopeless may be brought to a happy termination by. the use of. that great original raw food product, . Borlntne. - -This great blood-generating, life-maintaining, "strength-developing, and flesh producing product of lean, raw meat, contains the greatest amount of life preserving qualities in the least pos slblebnlk of any preparation known. In cases of -Diphtheria, Bovinine has special: advantages. --In- this disease,.- as in others, the rapidity with which it is assimilated gives to it a preference over all other foods, passing,, as it, does into the system immediately, without causing the digestive organs to perform any labor. And considering the fact that the lesions in the throat prevent the swallowing of solid food, it becomes an absolute neces sity. - In the worst cases, where even, liquids cannot be taken by the month, Bovinine , . - J : - Save Life by being nsed as an injection. Above all, Bovinine is in itself a germicide, and hi all such diseases as Diphtheria, caused by microbes, it not only performs its greatest mission of maintaining life, bnt antidotes the. existing bacilli. T ; Bovinine has done wonders in thousands of cases of Diphtheria. When your doctor uses it you lpay cease to worry, and be assured of a speedy recovery. To neglect ItsAse may myan years of remorse in the feeling that seme loved one might (till be with you if eyerything possible had beeo dons- Bovinine is sold by all Drurgist, Bellinger Sanitarium, - MSaMBBBB- TBI REMOYAL OF THB BellingerGermanRemedyCo. SANITARIUM FROM DERBY TO MADISON, CONN., AN ASSURED SUCCESS. Liquor, Opium, And AU Drug or Nervous Diseases. SUCCESSFULLY TREATED. Surroundings Pleasant and Homelike Flrst-elass Physlolnns In Charge. Thorough Investigation Solicited. OFFICE: 1093 Chapel Street, New Haven, Ct B, B. LEWIS, M. D., President E. H. CLARK, Secretary. dSmotf " M.STEIHERT&SOHSCO. 777 Chapel Street. BTEINWAY b SONS m HARDMAN, PECK & CO., ERNEST G ABLER & BRO., And other makes of PIANOS. 111 H Street We Pay You That we may loam how . THIS AD. PAYS In the Journal and Courier. Cut this out and bring or send it to us before January ist. ana we win 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 for future use to The VERU Rubber and Bi cycle Store, 158 Orange street, 100 Steps North from Chapel street. Clearing Sale AT 841 and 843 Chapel St We shall oommenceto-day'and continue during the next two . weeks a olpsing out sale of Millinery Goods. " - Everything in our stock marked down to cost or below cost. . " Sweeping reductions in the prioei of . Trimmed Goods, Untrimmed Hats, Ostrich Feathers, Fancy Feathers, Ornaments, elirets,: f etiLjeto. RIBBONS- For fancy work at manuf rsvprloes. 60 docen fanoy.. T AM ,0'SHANTER3 in wool and zephyr, for girl and ohil dreDy from 25 to 5o eaoh, worth double. BAKvlALNo u every department. V BULERSnill 6 CO: &41 JEJ 813 MM- MILUNEBT 8.XLtX&fiXL WILLIAM KTlllANDLKtl, WO l.NU. 1'Umo and Organ. KM Din aa nUAl)l.bY HriLprNa. MRS. A. A TAN YANK CONCEUT BOPUANO, , TEACH EU OK VOICE CULTURE. "tr H HONE PLiCH THE DESSAUEtt-TBOOSTWyjC V School of Miitlo. Tfl Chanel Kreet. OCA L and Jtutruin.nulliutmotlooab tor the intliod at Kuroumn oonwrr. T .nil. ppU0luu IB0l dally from IS ta . - - y. m. oo ir New Haven Conservatory of Music, M OHIHa-UllTRKT. B. A. PARSONS. ' J. JBKOMB HAYK1 ' 'T rnvate initruotlnn Only OEOUGK CIIADW1CK STOCK, Boom 18 and 15, CuUer BuUdlnc. Entranoa Sua (Suiul open evenlnini. .tm MKCJf AMTir. hlHtvivn TJKaUPKCTIVE. MATHEMATICS. X MKUHAN1HM. wra. , F. K, HONEY, 179 Churoh street. letters to Wew Haven omoe. U1S sr GEORGE E. WALTER 1 (From 436 Columbus Avenue riew York DtyJ SOCIETY AND ARTISTIC DANCES. Aeauieuo Movomenta, combined with Delsarte's System of Expression. Formerly Loomls Dancln Academy, d3 91S Chapel Street. New Haven. Conn. gtiscellatiwros. CABINET AND HARD WOOD WORK. , ALSOSAWING. TilRNlMft And Jobbing in Wood of all kinds. KUWAKD P. BRETT, BaUder. W AKTI8AN BTHEBT. Telephone 253-12; i . It. G. RUSSELL, Architect, 852 Chapel Street. iitozzorars I II MEDICATED V) COMPLEXION Ilmpwta a brfl Unt transparamrr to tbe klo BemoTet all plmplet, freoklea and ataooloimOou IOWDER. For Sale BTerrwhare Is Cheap. SO IS v 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 r : Ask to see our new small Hanging Mirrors, In oak, gilt, etc., French beveled plates. THE CHAMBERLAIN Furniture and Mantel Co. Orange and Crown Streets. H. F. BL0GG& BRO., Cash or Credit -HOME FUEN1SHEBS, ' ! 689 Chapel street; New Haven, Conn. FULL LINE 3T Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets, uuolotns, Beas, isaby uarrlage, Mattresses, Parlor and Cook Stores. ' - " Character Is Credit. ;! Store onen T a. in. te-siW to. m Saturdav snd Monday evenlnn to 0. . nxriltxtttt gtc FURHrTUREaRdCARPETS Rugs, Draperies, - An4 a very large variety of s: Desks, Music Stands, i Cabinets, Easels, Ladies' Work Baskets, - Tables, Fancy Chain - - ' , ' andBockers. ; v- Dolls' Carriages , and hundred of other article for -. - - CHRISTMAS GIFTS, r ' ' 'at - ' t."!4 -, h ' r STABDL & HEO-EL, 8.10. 12 Church'treet" s 0 ADVICE 'i V''