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NEWHAVENMORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY, DECEMBER 24 1894.
East BAY Of the biggest and best Holi day Trade in the history of this store. , . i , , '- -" " ' To-day. ! All Holiday Goods at ' greatly reduced prices. 1 Nothing reserved. 25c. articles at 10c.,' and all else in the same ratio. A List. of Always v Handkerchiefs. Hosiery. v. Umbrella. ' . . ' Gloves. Mitten. Neckwear. Apron. Knit Goods. Infants' Wear.. Pocket Books. i Toilet Articles. Silk Mufflers. Evening Shawls. Blankets. Fancy Linens. Fur Capes. Fur Scarfs. , , Ostrich Boas. - A:. .. . Cloaks. S3 mm Underwear. All packages will be delivered before midnight. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. LAST DAYS! TO-DAY AM) MOPAY, TO BUY OBIHTAL HUGS ' OB, IN OTHER WORDS, AT TOUR OWN PRICE. H. B. PERRY, 914 Chapel Street. TO ARRIVE BETWEEN NOW AND : CHRISTMAS, J i-y. -j-'..: ' . - ; , v . " , ;. 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, ' -' ,000 lbs New Nuts, all kinds and best quality. -. '- . " -ew Raisin) Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel, eto. " -! 80,000 lbs Pure Candies, over 00 different' varieties,' fresh - every day. Look out for prioes. yft shall receive about 400 Turkeys and Chickens, the same dual ity that we had at Thanksgiving and everybody aid , . ' " they were the best they ever ate. 1-''. AT THE BOSTON GROCERY, N, iA. FULLERTON, Prop, ; 626 Chapel Street, corner ol Temple. . , i. Branch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street A XS J : TfflS WEEK, ' . , SPEOUI PEICES OIT lOTDOW- SHADES. LARGE VARIETY OP COLORS Atft STYLES. ?-..fr,v- - mill in . J 694 Chapel " w m m-M an kj mr I 707Cfcpelt : Kx door below OranMtabUshed 1871. Den. gyfayto U !., MKihiM. Woe the towed foauMM whh tmt-eu work, - - - . , . A MERRY CHRISTMAS .TOUL OUR PATRONS IN PARTICULAR. And Ws Offer to Help t Little. ' An exceptionally fine lot ot Florjdi Oranges. -r . J P.nk Malaga Q rape. Grape Fruit. Banana. Fancy Table Apple. f Deen color Tangerines. Bluffed Prune. , 1 and lb box: Cholo bunco Raislus for table. Loom Muscatels for cooking. Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel. Washed Currants. Seedle. Itul.lns. Mn, Taylor' noted Plum Pudding In bowl. ' Mrs. Tvlor' Jar ot Mlnoe for Pie, made from chormed tongue and the choicest fruit, all nreoared by ber. Franoo-Amerk?an and R. & B. Plum Pudding. ' Kennedy' Fruit Cake In 1 lb cans. BeU't Poultry Dressing.- Flne Olives, Olive Oil, Mustards, Plokles, Canned Peas, Corn, Tomatoes, Stringiest Beans, finest quality. FINE 8HERRIES, FINE 8AUTERNES, FINE CLARETS, FINE BURGUNDIES, CHAMPAGNES for table. Sherries and Brandies for cooking use, 25 eases Ueubleln's prepared Cook- tails. Hub Punch. A GOOD STOCK OF IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS. The "Prince de Gales" of nearly ev ery size. "Gallagher's Perfectos," one dozen In box for tl.OO, a neat little present. "Hoffman House" Cigar, fancy boxes, A BIG STOCK OF FLOUR, And a choice one for (4.00 per barrel a good present to make, If not so costly, Open evenings until atter the holidays, Fall aM Winter Hilery. 1133 Chapel Street, Second door above York street. A large, handsome and varied assort ment of Millinery Trimmings. Special styles in Felt Hats. Artistically Trimmed Hats and Bonnet. Mourning Bonnets and Hats a speoialty. Miss A. V. Byrnes, 1132 CHAPEL STREET, Seoond door above York street. SEVEN BARRELS CHESTNUT XTTOOD $1.00 1 6 barrels hard wood SLOO. YV ELU CITY WOOD CO. Order from nat i etepnen urunt, wz unapel. FOB SALE. REGISTERED and high grade Chester white swine. Plymouth Unclr m,llot auu cuu&erem : uu mjiib iinsi, quality nav. r ot x win. oiaie uaraoen. ilMlb. ' T"i ana . . CHAS. H. BROMLEY. -,TA1U!U or violins. Double Oases, ato. iXL New and Old Violins for sale. Repalr- :ug a BiiwuutT. nuwi reaairea. instruction given on me v lonn. xerms moderate. stra iwumUAKUBi,, new HavenCt AT AUCTION I n. u r wm n w v - .t-' - c -Street. ... , MRS. B. ,CX)HN , roow rsadrto deal Id cant-off etottdn-. carpets, eta... A -portal dlreoted to 8tff Gpdvenuewul receive prpmpt attestlon. OSD OOt r ' - . . .v ' IS BABY WOBTH 1.00 7 jCUBSOBlBB " The Mother' Journal." 8mpWeopiw Ifteeat. BOX 1TW. City. MINIATURE ALMANAC. DECEMBER ft. m Risk, TtlS I Moon Hum, 8uaT. 47 S;U B 0O DEATHS. CI.KOU-la Mew York eltr, Deoombrtr ltd, MrcOuniuUa M. Ctgg, widow of the Uie Arthur W. Cler, formerly of Oalveston, Funeral nrfvate Wedneadav morotn. UUUKK-In till. oliy. at Nu. 9 t'ark street, Uoo. Jd, Pauline Ooldamltli Burke, daugb. tr of Frauk H. and Nary Iturke, ae4 4 Notice of funeral haraftv yvmrm. vnAi-.nin in thiaeity. dm. (I, Mm. Martna Farnliain, widow of fli. late Captain Jede- Ulah In. limM mtrmi tn .Mr. ft mniirh. Tuosral at h.r lata rMldenu. 'M Uooric muiiu7 inwatwD at o oiock. ford. Hart lord paper. piaa. eopy. l j . It d21iU .flU.H-U II. i. UiJ, UN, MM, .VII.UIW U. ' wlfe.f August Langer, aged U year and anna C 11 mouths Funeral servloe at her late home, 8BV Howe trnet. Monday, Deo. Mtb, at :U0 p. in. Kelatlvt.and friend rMpeotfuUy Invited UAKUiELUX. POBTOV KBWUATBM. ARBIVID. Bch Mary Ann, Oolllna, New York, iron. CUAKSD. Boh B. E. Blrdaall, Lamton, Philadelphia, Kon Electa Bailey, Thurston, Mew York. Boh Mary Loulaa, Colter, " Boh Nautlhu, Cooper, H 8oh B. H. Warffird, Corson, " 8ch Meadnger, Vandyk., " OLD VIOLINS. T) ARB and oholoe collection for sain. At d24t 136 WALL STREET. A HANGING CHINA "lABINBT for your dinlua- room I an ar- V tlole your wife would be plen.nl to re ceive. UO WD11CU ft FKUDDKN d'Ull Orange street, FOR KENT. "VTEWXY remodeled house, fine store and 9 room. miv 117 STATE. WK TRULY BELIE VK rnHAT our .Deolallr deslirned mu.lo cabl. X. net. are th s tl nest ever shown to the trade. BOWDITCU ft PKUDDEN CO d81 It Orange street, FLEXIBLE FLYER ND Flyer coaster sleds, sleds of steel. sleds of wood, steel shod : beat assort went. Dure Dy ouoaus : pncee are rirnc. IN FANCY FURNITURE TTOE holiday oifts a ladr or ventleman ean Jj oertulnly find an immense variety In our wareroome. 110 WDITCH ft PKUDDEN CO., d341t. Orange street. COLORADO PROPERTY TTT ANTED for New Haven nrnnertv. W N. G. VOBEER, d241tl -149 Meadow street. For Sale: The Fine Property NO. 185 CHURCH STREET. OPPOSITE the Green, the residence of the late William Fitch : hrown stone front dwelling house ; brick stable. Lot 60 feet front by 217 feet deep. Apply to JOHN B. FITCH, Exeoutor, Office Toe W. ft E. T. Fitch Co., dl9 tf No. 161 East street. DO YOU WISH TO SEE AVERY beautiful and low priced line of onyx tables f Look through our parlor floor. BOWDITCH ft PKUDDEN CO., 02 It -Orange street. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE. mHAT br virtue of an execution delivered X to me upon a judgment of the City Court oC New Haven tn the suit of Win. Carlson vs. N. Oreenberir. dated December 2;d. 1894. 1 will sell at public auction all the personal prop erty or sam ureenberg at w& Brand avenue, in me mwn ot new Haven, on January i. 1895, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon. am a: jAMbc h. mux., Deputy Sheriff. EPORT of the condition of the SECOND , NATIONAL BANK OP NEW HAVEN, n ew Haven, in" the State of Conneotlout, at the close of business December 18th, 1894. BBSOUBCES Loans and discounts $766,860 29 irverurdiis, swurai ma uaeeaurea s w u. a. oonas to secure circulation, at nar........ 50.000 00 V . H. bonds to seoure IT. S. deposits, in, par ou.uuu un Hacks, securities, eto 886,632 68 Banking house, furniture and fix tures 6R.53112 Due from national banks (not re serve agents) 64,558 68 Due from State banks and bankers. 7,047 94 Due from approved reserve agents.. 207,311 84 Checks and other cash items 1.888 63 Exchanges for clearing house 26,433 66 notes or otner national dsiiks 4,877 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 90 62 783 20 Non-resident tax Lawful Money Bbsbbvb is Bank, viz.: Specie .$70,808 50 Legal tender notes 10,000 00 Redemption fund with U. S. treas 80,608 60 11,250 00 urer (5 per cent, of circulation)... Total tl,926,349 86 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in S5O0.0OO 09 Surplus fund 870,000 00 uuuiviuuu pruutH,' less expenses and taaes paid 09.815 la National bank notes outstanding... 236,000 00 uue t o otner national oanxs ll8,oa8 12 Due to State ban ks and bankers . . 45.9S5 46 Dividends unpaid Individual deposits sub 105 00 ject to check 2493.867 57 Demand certificates of deposit..... 82,617 21 uertinea enecxs . 780 37 United States deposits. 34,185 07 Deposits of U.S. dlsburs- log officer 5,814 93 687,805 16 Total ..$1,926,849 86 State of Conneotlout, 1 County of New Haven, ss. f I. Charles A. Sheldon, cashier of the abnva- named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the bfiat of mv &uuwitgo iuu utmei. unit. A. OHKLDUJM. caahinr. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 22d aay oi ueoemoer, lew. jos. woods. Correcf-Attest : Notary Public A. D. OSBORNE. 1 JUSTUS 8. HOTCHKI83, V Directors. H. B, HARRISON. f .What 1 borne without a pair of easy Slippers! We have all style and prloes from 49c to $3.00. : Can you think ot anything that will plea the children more than a pair of Rubber Boots! X B. GftOTWOOD, : 773 CHAPEL STREET. ? . . . f : , ft- ., ; Store open evening until ChrUtmasv. For Holiday Gifts. XNTEItTAISMEXm. Hyp.rlon. Augustin Daly' company, with Mr. Henry E. Dlzey, will be th Chriatmaa day attraction. Tbo. will be a rpecl&l holiday matinee a well the evening performance. An exchunge says; Au gustin Daly never wrote anything more delightfully bright and entertaining than "7-20-8," and at It revival at hi theater last night there was a big audl enco present and every evidence of pleasure and enjoyment. The celebrat ed scene In the third act, when "Floss" suddenly discovers herself to be alons in her house during a violent thunder storm a, scene which the admirers of Ada Rehan will always cherish as one of her most delightful bits of acting foil to Miss Percy Ilaswell last evening, and anything more Ingenuous and cap tivating than the manner In which he bore herself Is rarely seen. Francis Carlyle'a scenes with "Floss" were re ceived In a manner which would seem to Indicate that the new and advanced members of the Daly company had ar rived at that manager's accepted stan dard o excellence. To Henry Dlxey was assigned the uninteresting part of "Signor PaJmlro Tamburinl," and that he succeeded in making It stand out boldly as a character study is a tribute to hi unquestioned merits a a legiti mate comedy actor. He received a re call In the first act, and tn the third he and Miss Catherine Lewis, the "Jessie," received a double encore (or their dance. The others engaged In the representa tion, all of whom were commendable, were Herbert Gresham, Charles Lec lercq and Mies Laura Hansen. Sale of seats now open. Archie Boyd, who Is well known for his excellent rendition for four year past of the part of "Josha Whltcomb" in "The Old Homestead," will now be seen in his new play, "A Country Squire." Even since its first production last fall its season has been a series of artistic and financial triumphs, until Manager Harry J. Clapham says he ha simply been deluged with requests for return dates. The scenic effects are said to be marvelously realistic and to reproduce In a startlngly life-like man ner the localities they aim to represent. "The Country Squire" will be presented at the Hyperion on Saturday evening, December 29. Sale of seats opens Thurs day. Grand Opera Honse. The holiday attraction at the Grand opera house wilt be Dan McCarthy, the favorite Irish comedian, who will be seen this evening and at the special holiday matinee Christmas day and In the evening in his latest success, "The Pride of Mayo," which is a spectacular play In four acts, and the complications of its plot arise from the efforts of a young married woman to shield from Justice her brother, who Is wrongfully accused of murder. Her sisterly devo tion arouses her husband's Jealousy and the villain of the play fans the flame by making him believe that the brother is a former lover of his wife. "With this as a starting polrif.' it is easy to see how a dramatic story can be worked out, There are numerous strong situations, and the interest Is well sustained up to tbe end, when, of course, all the misun derstandings are cleared up and every body but the villain is made happy. Mr. McCarthy has an excellent com' pany. Including Charres Saunders and Lou Eipley, the former a comedian of ability and the latter a charming sou brette. There is plenty of singing and dancing and the Irish harp and bag pipes are heard. The play is handsome ly staged, with new and elaborate scen ery by Harley Merry. The Rambler from Clare" will be given Wednesday matinee and even ing. The Life Guard," in which the clever artists J. J. Dowling and Myra Davis appear, will be presented the last three days of this week, with matinee Satur day. Fred Hurd, the world renowned ma gician and 1 egerdemaln artiet, will amuse the visitors at the lecture hall annex at the Grand this week. The hall Is open free to the patrons of the theater, and Manager Bunnell has pro vlded tnis tine entertainment as a Christmas treat to the visitors coming to the theater. Poll's Wonderland Theater. For this Christmas week Mr. Poll of fers a specially fine bill. He has se cured one of the greatest bills ever giv en at this popular theater. The Daly girls, who head the bill, are acknowl edged everywhere, particularly in the profession, to be the best dancers be fore the public. Their appearance here during Christmas week is an especial stroke of good fortune for Mr. Poll. The Sexton brothers are seldom seen in a city the adze of New Haven. They have made such a great name for them selves in Europe by their acrobatic feats that they can afford to play only in the very best paying houses. It is a com pliment to New Haven to be enabled to see them. Other artists on this week's bill are the Clipper quartet, the Rice brothers, the great Ashley team, Miss Irene Price, the Wentzs, and many oth era. It is a great bill, and on Christ mas day an extra performance will be given, the doors opening at 12:30 and the show running continuously until 11 o'clock at night ; H ' : ' Annual Ball To-night. ' - The first annual ball of the Nutmeg Social club will be held at old Union armory, corner Chapel and Union street, vets evening, aii tnose who attend are assured a most enjoyable evening. Music by Keyes' orchestra. Professor Hill prompter. -:.-. The Iron and Brass Moulders' union No. 60 are giving their regular annual ball at Harugarl- hall this evening. Arrangements for a good time have been made. Several delegations from other Jurisdictions will be present, in cluding Norwalk, Stamford, Bridgeport A handsome souvenir will be given to each lady on the march. CLAIRVOYANT. T) SADINOS on all Private and Business JjL Hatters. MEDICAL Woman's diseases. TJonsultatlon in person orby letter. MAai J. WIUUMT, M. D.. apMly Office, Tontine Hotel, 14 Church st SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHERS ' WILL receive 15 per" cent, dlsoount on nncket knlvea. skatea. vlnvM. fo bought for class e. . ' i lupous!, awi m w., . ? 42t tf . aSBraadwatk I lUllof fur Hh.atmatUui "This information," said a well knows physician to a correspondent of lbs Telewram "way Mve many IItius at any rut II will prove an Invalutbl boon to people suffering from rheumatism In ny form." "Hbeumailsm Is caused by toldllyof th blood. It should never be nrgleoled. This remedy, I know by Ion; practice, Is very efflcoious and It U a. l m pie as It Is powerful. "Her It I," b. added, -When arheumaUe twinge Is exp.rlenoed, the patient should buy a bottle ef Dr. David Kennedy's VavorlM lieinody and take one Uaapoonrul In milk or water to suit the action or tha bowU. thro times a day. and oonilnue dally until tn lt ffHltlira nl tha maliulv hu dlMnm Hri-d. TdkI all, but If taken at 1 liavo prxwrlbed, It will save runny doctor.' bill., to wy nolbln of pain., souu. ana .weiiius. rvo never Known It to fall." Albany. W. Y.. TflesTain, KEPOKT of the condition of THB HA. TIONAL NKW IIAVKN BANK at Raw Haven. In the Main of Connecticut, at uie oioee oi nuainn. tieuemuer iv, itwt i SOURCES. Loan, and discount..., I 783,19 90 Overdraft., secured and un.eouretl Ut 48 U.S. bonilatoaeaureotroulaUon... gM.OOUUO Premiums on U, B. bonds ,U6 SO Stocks, .ecurltlni, eto ttl,l iU banking bouse, furniture and fix ture. 82,000 00 Due from non-resident stockhold ers T. 1,075 90 Due from national bank (notre- aarve agents) U.Wl 15 Duo from state bank, and bankers. 348 Due from auuroved rmerve airenta. 178.0,8 21 Checks and otner oh Items l.tMH 78 Exchange, for clearing house 01 Notes of other national banks 6,500 00 Fractional paper currency, nickel and cents - 100 00 Tdtwful money reserve In bank, vis! Soocla Mft.Hfll 89 Ln-gul tender solos 12,6(10 00 79,161 89 Redemption fund with V. 8. treas urer (5 per oent, of circulation). . 11,290 00 Duo from U, o. treasurer, other than 6 per oent, redemption fund 8,000 00 Total $1,65S,S07 63 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In 484,800 00 Surplus fund 203,000 00 V ncii video pronts, less expenses ana taxes paid. H8.782 76 National bank notes outstanding. . . 225,003 Oil Due to other national banks 80,346 03 Due to Stat -banks and bankers.... 21179 Dl vldends unpaid 1,486 00 individual aepo.lt sub ject to check ... . $687,522 43 Demand certificates of deposit , 9,678 73-487,201 15 Total. $1,668,807 63 State of Connecticut,! County of Now Haven, ss. f I, Robert I. Couch, cashier of the above- named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge ana Dener. nullum i. wuun, uasaier, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 23d day of December, 1894. ' JRBD a. BUNHKbl XKOUiry .TUDllO, Correct Attest : WILBUK F.DAY. 1 E. HAYES TROWBRIDGE, Directors. LOUIS H. BRISTOL, ) NEW HAVEN SAVINGS BANK. rpHE semi-annual meeting of the Board of A. Trustees or tne flew naven savings Bank will be held at the banking house. No. 145 Orange street, on Monday, Deo ember 31st, 18M, at tl hree o dock p. m., for the purpose of deolaring a semi-annual dividend, appoint' ing auditors, and for doing any other busl- ness proper to be done at snin meeting. jxew iiaveu, ueoemner z&i. ibhi. d24 7t HENRY D. WHITE, Clerk. OF OUR 20 PER CENT. Cash Discount SALE. No such bargain sale eyer conducted in New Ha- Every purchaser hap Why? ") yen. py! Became every buyer ob tains a genuine bargain. , No disappointment and no misleading statements. Our discount is positive on every article in the store. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnishers, . ORANGE AND CENTER STREETS. $30,000 Worth OF FURNITURE AND House Furnishing Goods ' Must be turned into Cash. t Early buyers will get the best . bargains. Fumiturt Carprts, Stotis, I, do, - All must go regardless of profits.. . stooK is replete wltb a large : . varietyof Oseful Christmas Oifts. Ladies' Writing Desks in Oak. J .Curly Btroh and MahoRany. ; ) ShavingCabinets and Chiffoniers. Children's Booker,. Doll Carriages" 'ana nnpress wagon. i Look at the Patent Booker for: 2.C7. Banquet Lamps and Silk Shades. kmoke a beautiful Christmas pre-1 'ent hj hook ox tuese i tne besti lever snown in the olty. . Frederick L. AyeriU, . Complete Housef umlsher, i 755 to 763 Chapel 8treet wpen evening, i- . i Street's Perfection Buckwheat. The honey of the blos soms ground in the grain. DELICIOUS CAKES. $m gstate. For Sale at a Bargain, ANEW Mahogany Cabinet Caso Kerning ton Tvnnwrllftr. irrwvl na r, -ur . haua. used over a dozen times. Would make An el. egant praotlenl Christmas or Now Year's present, r or sale at BEECHER'S EXCHANGE, Boom No, 1 Lyon Building, dZltf 769 Chapel .trees, FOB SALE, 'JGHT Portland eutter.'in nrsUilas. cr and best maker. CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street Monday and Saturday evenings. FOR SALE, A GOOD PAYING HOUSE. Would take a building lot or farm la ex- onange. f R. E. BALDWIN, dw ' 818 Chapel street. FARM FOR SALE, TTERT One location, on main road In Wood V bridire. Large, roomy buildings, fine shade, abundanoeof fruit, pure spring water: excellent summer home. Call or address GEORGE A. ISBELL, TB7 Chapet street. New Haven, Conn. FOR SALE. Two Family House on Whalley Avenue. Good barn, tot 60x385 f oet JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, 116 Churoh street. Open evenings. FOR SALE, A HOUSE On Olive street noor rihon.l 1 lot 50x200. Price will be made low and iroruiD vvrjr ewiy hi a prompt Duyer. MERWIN'S Heal Estate Offloe, S3Q 759 Chapel street. A Fine Residence ON Howard avenue for sale ; has 10 rooms, m aern lmnrnvnmnntfl. unrt la in na- Tn.Rh i. A, its . F- j.ww viuu, jMjb ou iwHL lruuu Aosy leriiis. CHAS. D.NICOLL &CO., 88 Churoh street, (Benedlot Building), room 15. Evenings from 7 to 8. Westville to Have Rapid Transit BTJILDINO lots on Main, Fountain, West Frosneot Wlllard. Aldnn. Simoi.) nrf other desirable residence streets In Westville, for sale at prloes ranging from two to ten cents per square foot. xnow la tne time to Duy. Vox particulars oall on or address H. C. PARDEE, n!2tt 122 Fountain street, Westyllla. REAL ESTATE. uuuuuig Loans on City Property, EDWARD I. CLARK. 121 CHURCH STREET, Evenings 7 to 8. Room IS. FOR SALE. A BARGAIN, A Two-Family 12-Boom House, all Improvements, on Sher man avenue. Lot 41x130. Price 9 5,000. Money to Loan in Sums to Suit, Offloe Open Evenings, . L.G.HOADLEY, Room a, Hoadley Bnlldlng, B Churoh St. dS lew Two-femily House, Sheffield Avenue, All Improvements. XMaV WLnnts. On Cent a Word each Insertion, flva cenU Word for (uU Week, va time. S WANTED, IT17ATTO.V by a marina or staitenary ea. glnmir. experlenowl la eleeirlo lighting i rvf renoe. If n-iiulreil, Addruu d84 1H KXCl.NKKlt is) Downing street. WANTKII. CITHATION.. hoarier, ro.nhmsa orianl t tor. 4Mir iaarnAPKi. erHEfer. WANTUin men to handle lubricating, llueed M and paint oil. alone, or as a aMivllnSk A'!irT! No.JQ15NESKgAVaWOIt, Cleveland, Ohio. WANTKD, ATOt'NO roan trimtwortliy and well so. qualutnl In tlil.cliy, want, work ; would rlr team, work In factory or do anything which would pruv. a steady Job ; roxl refer. enu.Ti. A-lilr.-w. w . W Tul. Offloe. WANTKD, ArOSITIO.V a. bookkeeper or offloe al.luut by a oonipetvnt man i boat r ret erencea. Apply to F. Maii.neid, at this omen : or BJureiM, glvlnr urticuiars I. Drawer F, salnry paid, E. 0. T P. O. Drawer F, Lltchlteid. Conn. WANTKD, CT an excellent girl a situation to do house, work, or will do laundry work or klioh.n work. She haa olty refnrciK.-o. anil will bo a handy girl In a household. All kinds ot helB furnished for city or country. BAKTHULOMUW'S, 51 Orange street, Oniidofroy's Old Stand. WASfKcr IpTTRYBODT needingaorvanUtooau hare, U Wp supply all the beat. We have sorted nut and discarded most of the useleu otasa. Those sovk now ofllee. (whoro they are not known), which aro springing up constantly. We have been here year, and use judgmant. selecting only those that will do tbo.work re. quired. We hove tho flnost facilities and oaa swve you better thnn anvnnn else. EMfLOVUENX AOENCT, TO Chapel .treat. gatsccUautotts, DROP IN AT MALLORY'S. Ill ORAKOB. Open evenings until Christmas. dl7 7tt HAVE YOU SEEN WHAT 23o TO SI. Oil will buy at the Old Curiosity Shop d : Ml OBANOa $1.08 AND I3. 10 PER SET for carvers. knlfe, fork and steelj Genuine star handles, aualitv of steel guaranteed. Various other patterns at high, er and lower prloes. FURNISHED ROOM WITH BOARD, b-uit two, ju.uo; also two rooms with use or batb, tl.OO and J1.50 per week, board If desired. Address B., This Offloe. dl7tf ROGERS 1847 ROGERS PLATED steel knives, swaged blades, forks. noons.tr ult knives. at hardware storo prices ; a few odd sols plated forks at oost before Inventory dZ17t LlNSLEV. ROOT k CO. FOX SAFETY RAZORS. RAZOR strops, shaving cups, brushes and soap, scissors In flexible moroc.o esses, Sensible gifts, all these. QZl It IdftBtiKlf, 11UUT3S W. "ELM LEAVES." WITH Yale Collogoand picturesque view or Mew Haven. At Art and Book Stores. dl0iaU1719andi AIR RIFLES. REVOLVERS, jaok and pocket knives prloes never so low. LINBLEY, BOOT & CO., ' d217t m Broadway. EXTRAORDINARY OFFER. IjtVER pair ot skates sold before Christmas 11 at $1.00 or over we agree to sharpen free of charge during the senton. azi it liiiNaLiUx, uuuxs cu. 2 DESIRABLE ROOMS FOR RENT, CUNGLY or together; one minute walk from nnute want trot BOX 1085, City. greeu, iiuuresa irreeu. dl7 7tt HORSE BLANKETS, PLUSH AND (ur robes, whips, rubber coats. d217t LINSLEY, ROOT ft CO. THESE ARE DAYS TO "COMPARE our offerings with others. If J there's a down-tilt to the market any. where, you can count on seeing It here first, dai 7t '"THIS HUSTLERY33 Broadway, $1.50, $2.19 AND $2.89 FOR carpet sweepers: every sweeper guar, anteed ; your wife would like one. per. haps. d217t LINSLEY, ROOT ft CO. PIX AD CRAX FOR NUTS. C CENTS per set and up, in handsome silk lined cases. d217t LINSLEY, ROOT ft CO. "GLUVS" FOR TTALKING or driving. In castor, fur top Yy dogskin, Astrokan, Sootoh wool, etc; over 100 styles. d217t LINSLEY, ROOT ft CO. REPORT of the oondltion of THE MA. TIONAL TRADESMEN'S BANK at New Haven, in the State of Conneotlout, at the close of business December 19, 1894 : resources. Loans and discounts f 828,884 18 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 1,623 01 U. S. bonds to secure circulation. .. 60,000 00 Premiums on U. S. bonds 5,000 00 Stocks, securities, etc 138,971 50 Banking house, furniture and fix tures . 50,000 00 Due from national banks (not re serve agents) 62,f06 81 Due from approved reserve agents. 80,474 83 Checks and other cash items 5,989 31 Exchanges for clearing house 87,728 9S Notes of other national banks 7,596 00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 890 91 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: Specie 5tl,H'i 25 Legal tender notes 1.650 00 57,86a 8$ Redemption fund with IT. S. treas urer, (5 per oent. of circulation).. 2,250 00 Total .$1,824,146 85 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $ 800,000 0Q Surplus fund 120,000 09 Undivided proms, less expenses ana id proms, less expenses ana aid 87,246 4T National DanK notes outstanamg.. . u,uuu uu Due to other national bdnks 181,707 83 Due to state banks and bankers, . . . 10.978 20 Individual deposits sub ject to check (673,073 71 Demand certificates of deposit ,itu 6o envut no Total ..$1,324,148 3J1 State of Connecticut,! County of New Haven, ss. I t nr m mAa .... ,.wt .... ua ),.!..., n n ... 1 bank, do solemnly swear that the above state, ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. T. FIELDS, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 83d day of December, 1894. MVAKfi in. jDUAiiXi. x, iiuur x-uuiie. Correct Attest : . ROBE KT A. BROWN. 1 E. HENRY BARNES, Directors, OEOROE A. BUTLER, FIRST MORTGAGE 5 P.G. GOLD BONDS OF THE WATEEBUBY TEACTION CO or WATERBCEY, CONNBCTICuT. Dated 1893. Duel938j Ezempt from Taxation. 'THESE bonds are secured by a first mort. I save to the Treasurer of the 8tate of Conneotlout, as required by law, in trust for all bond-holders, and they are the FIRST and ONLY LIEN upon the entire Railway System, and the Eleotrio Lighting System, of the City or water oury, covering an lis rsat eswe. track, equipment, etc, now owned, or THATr MAY I His bH.Ua AUU U ItUUI. KaAh bond beer, tne endorsement or tan Comptroller of the State of Conneotiout,oertU lying tnat iney nave neen uw m eompu. anon with the law. of the State, which reaulra the bonded Indebtedness to be less than Tiper oent. of the aotual cost of the property. THB ROAD 13 NOW EARNING NET ABOUT THREE TIMES ITS ENTIRE INTBBaWB CHARGES. " Frioe Far and Interest, we reoommend these bonds as a safo, oonservaUve invest ment and believe them to be the safest street ' railway bond on the market. Special olroutai on appllqatioo, KIMBEBLx, BOOT i & DAT. lSSOBABaxstBXS d24tf