NEW HAVENMORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY, DECEMBER 24 1894
I Or LOCAL JXTMKaT.
Financial Nataa-New Haven Clearing
The New Haven clearlnf house re
port the clearing nd balances for the
s.oek cndln December i'2 Bud for Bie
corresponding week of last year. The
clearings for the lat week ahow an in
crease of 714 per ount. over the week of
last year, which Indicate an Improved
condition of local trade.
1894. Balance 1893.
11,437,158.02 $426,005.05 $1,336,442.89
Increase olearlngs week of 1894 ....
Pala'nees week of 1893 $324,936.14
Increase balance week 1894 .. $101,008 SI
The Boston and Albany railroad ha
declared the usual quarterly dividend
of 2 per cent, payable December 31.
The Boston Electric Light company
h: s deolared the uual quarterly divi
dend of $ per cent., payable January
15; the transfer book will cluse Pe
The directors of the Canada Southern
railroad have declared a semi-annual
dividend of 114 per cent, payable Feb
ruary 1 to holders of stook who are re
corded Deoember 29.
The Detroit Hillsdale and Southwest
ern railroad has declared a semi-annual
dividend of 2 percent, payable January
6; transfer books closed December 20.
The Lake Shore and Michigan South
ern railroad has declared a semi annual
dividend of 3 per cent, payable Feb
ruary 1; the transfer books will close
The United State Rubber company
has declared a semi-annual dividend of
4 per cent, payable January 15; the
transfer books dose December 29.
The Well, Fargo & Co. express ha
declared a semi-annual dividend of 3
per cent, payable January 15; the
transfer books close Deoember 31.
"What was the principal object of In
terest in America when you were
there?" The eminent British novelist
looked at his questioner with chilling
scorn and replied: "I was, of course."
Book cases, ladies' desk and every
style of furniture for this month only
at a discount of 20 per cent for cash.
Xt Brown 4 Durham.
We'll treat you twice as good before
12 o'clock. So much more room morn
ings. d22 2t MALLET, NBELT & CO.
No surety about this fine weather
continuing another day. Quicker you
buy the better.
d.22 2t MALLET, NEELT & CO.
Large arm, high back reed rockers,
$1.60. Strong, ornamental and com
fortable. d22 2t MALLET, NEELT &' CO.
If there are any people who haven't
attended the basement "Toy Fair"
they'll be well paid for coming.
d22 2t MALLEY, NEELY & CO.
Costs no more to put your "wash"
into a pretty fancy sweet grass Indian
hamper. We sell them.
d22 2t MALLEY, NEELY & CO.
Art room to the front Effective home
decorations In our Japanese scarfs and
mantel draperies ready for use, $2.75
d22 2t MALLEY, NEELY & CO.
THE TOILET WONDER
For Complexion, Skin and Flesh.
whe shave or are exposed to wind and water. If
the skints rough, dry, Irritated, chated, chapped,
mnlHti. from uirAuiBe. one aDDll-
BELLE OIL. ISAljJn. will lMUUUiy amouui uuu
Unlike any other preparation It dries In oolckly,
obviating the necessity of washing it on or cov-
bottle ana a zoc. do ivr
WIVF.T OREAMFACE POWDER,
fiOc Druretata or mailed.
. 8. 'WKLLS, Jrney CIV, K. J.
J&fEi2& take mbJWI
for nemos irrttabultr. waMBtaoa
riOTTSB ov Itch Oiktmbs cures SHa
f r. CMCIHA MOCIKTI.
A Kehearaal Xnt Monday Eveulng.
The St. Camilla Singing society will
bold a rehearsal in the chapel of th
Church of the Redeemer Monday af
ternoon, December 31, at 3:45 o'clock.
Thl new and popular singing society
numbers seventy-one members and In
cludes many of our leading local singer.
It 1 under the able directorship of
Mr. Cheesewtight and the very profl-
olent planlBt, Mr. Stanley Knight At
the lait rehearsal there, was a decided
Improvement In the singing. The music
election glv an excellent opportunity
for bringing out the firm vocal ability
of the leading soloists.
KORTR a A TEX.
Deo. 23. A pleasant evening in Me
mortal hall i assured all who attend
the .entertainment to be given by the
A, O. U. W. These gentlemen know
how to arrange an Interesting order
of exercises, a has been, shown sev
eral times In the past. This week on
Friday evening, December 28. the New
Haven Mandolin club, James H. Far
sons, humorist and J. Haydn Waud,
who will play two 'cello solo and
who Is said to be "Immense" are on the
program, also a chicken supper, all for
twenty-flve cents. You give a quarter
for your ticket to the entertainment,
which you will enjoy and hav & good
appetite for supper, which will be
served In the grange room immediately
after the exercise.
Rev. Mr. Lathrop recently conducted
a memorial service for the church mem
bers who finished their life work during
the past year. Mrs. Abagall Munson,
Mr. Burton Nichols, Mr. Norman V.
Vorls, Mrs. Chloe Jacobs, Miss Eunice
A. Llnsley, Mrs. Laura Brockett, Mr.
Edward L. Goodyear, Mr. David B.
Baesett, Mr. Wales W. Buckingham,
Mrs. Rebecca Smith, Mrs. Stella B.
Warner, Mr. Nehemlah W. Smith, Mr.
Allen Tuttle. Five of the thirteen were
residents of district No. 6.
To-day (Sunday) morning a special
Christmas service took the place of the
usual order of worship.
The regular meeting of the W. C. T.
U. on Wednesday afternoon waswell
attended, the new officers InWheir
plaoes. Miss Mary Eliot, the new presi
dent, was In her place for the first time
and did well as a leader Mrs. Cornelia
Squires was elected vice president
Mrs. Orcutt corresponding secretary,
and Mrs. F. H. Brockett treasurer.
It was decided to holp another roll
call and soc'al In the Center chapel on
Wednesday, January 2, 1895.
Superintendent C. B. Foote remarked
appropriately Sunday, December 15, on
the death of Mr. Allen Tuttle, eighty
six years old, a member of the home
department of the school and all joined
in singing, "My Days Are Gliding
Swiftly By" in remembrance of the
Cheshire, Dec. 21. The public schools
here closed this afternoon for a two
At the high school the. afternoon was
given up to recitations and other exer
cises appropriate to the day, and quite
a large number of visitors were pres
sent. Mr. Woodworth, the principal,
was presented by his scholars with a
handsome Bible, as a token of their es
teem and gratitude.
At the school In the Ninth district,
taught by Miss Carrie Stone, a very
pleasant afternoon was spent by teach
er and scholars.
The school room was prettily deco
rated with everygreens and a Christmas
tree loaded with presents, both useful
and pretty, occupied the front part of
the school room. ;
Readings and recitations were given
by the pupils, and after the Christmas
presents had been distributed to the
children, the teacher was presented with
a package of perfumery and a handsome
pair of skates from all of her pupils.
Walter Stone, of Storrs Agricultural
college, Is spending the Christmas vaca
tion with his parents in Cheshire.
There is to be a wedding in the South
East district on Christmas eve.
The Christmas tree for the Congrega
tional Sunday school Is to be Thursday
evening, December 27, in the Congrega
City Court Criminal Side Judge Cable.
Michael Dailey, Connecticut School
for Boys complaint, continued to De
cember 29; John W. Porter, violating
city ordinance, nolle; James Murray,
same, nolle; James Terrlll, same, nolle;
Thomas Burns, violation of election
liquor law, continued to December 29;
Anna Ruscol, practicing midwifery
without registering, continued to Jan
uary 2;, William Welch, non-support,
discharged; George Williams, embezzle'
ment, $20 fine, $6.42 costs, three months
In Jail; Walter J. Harrison, breach of
Jthe peace, nolle; Jacob D. Pohlman,
same, continued to January 22; Johan
nah Cain, same, continued to January
22; John McGuire, begging, thirty days
in Jail, same,drunk,same; Frank Smith,
same, judgment suspended; Maggie
Emerson, same, thirty days in jail;
James Cooney, theft, $3 fine, $7.88 costs;
Frank E. Ailing, fornication, $7 fine,
$5.42 costs; Sarah E. Marsh, same, same;
Salvatore Dannarona, breach of the
peace, continued to December 24, same,
drunk, same: Frank Kennedy, policy
playing, continued to December 26; John
Gallagher, lame, same; George Brown,
violating city ordinance, continued to
December 24; James Fltzsimmons,breach
of the peace, sixty days in jail; Antonio
Mlliano, same, continued until Decem
ber 24; Joseph D. Ducet, breach of the
peace, nolle; John McGuire, drunk,
eighty days In jail; Mrs. James R. Al
len, breach of the peace, continued to
In the , Thirties. Ah . Envious Con
temporary (to Mies Budlong) And so
you are really engaged to Mr. Timid
Smithkins? Miss Budlong (quite pro
vokjngly) Tea, dear; and I want you
to suggest something sweet and tender
to go in my engagment ring. Envious
Contemporary If I were la your place
I'd just have the simple word "Eureka."
WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN,
817 MAIN ST.
70 CHURCH ST.
RADIATORS Al STOVES
FOR HEATING WITH
The best agent known for SAFE, CLEAN and
Applied Instantly, controlled sully.
All the beat you need no more tluta you need
Cooking Stoves, Water Heaters,
Hot Plates, Ovens, etc.
All the above sold, sot up and warranted
The New Haven Gas Light Co.,
No. 80 CBOWN 8T11EKT.
Sulcxroom under the Office.
KLEIXEB KlttDtR CARS IV AL.
A Delightful Treat Boon to be Presented.
Christmas being a, season of secrets,
Miss Ingersoll and Mr. George Miller
have a great surprise to burst upon the
patrons of the klelner kinder carnival
on New Year's day, afternoon and
evening. This entirely new and beau
tiful spectacular effect Is now being
arranged, and is to be kept In deepest
wiystery until the curtain is rung up
on the matinee performance.
The rehearsals are going on finely
and the last rehearsal developed a new
star in Master Fred Smith, a pupil of
Miss Coburn. Master Smith dances
with nlmbleness of a magllton. His
Blllee Taylor hornpipe, in full sailor
dress, is a charming bit of poetic
motion. The Misses Coburn and Barr
do a Dresden china dance in Watteau
costume, which Is entrancing in its co
quettry and grace. Pierrette in the
pantomimic ballet of Pierrots, wears a
very beautiful Columbian costume of
silver gauze over white tarleton skirts,
with garlands of white roses. This en
tire ballet is In white, with the excep
tion of the scarlet half-maskworn by
Plerette a vivid contrast will be the
final ballet of Christmas bon bons,
where the pretty crackers and oorna
copias glitter and sparkle, with oolor
and light No more beautiful effect In
costuming has ever been seen upon
the Hyperion stage than will be pro
duced in this ballet Diavolo, the
juggling juvenile, will scatter flowers
and candles to the au&lence from the
magic crown of a presumably' empty
hat. In addition to this trick he will
introduce several new feats in legerde
main. Two very beautiful children,
Miss Rita Smith and Gertrude Roy, are
to sing comic songs never before heard
in thi3 city. The entire program is
new, fresh and fascinating in its bright
ness. The opening sale takes place from
the box office of the theater at
o'clock on Wednesday.
Fine stock of Bradbury and Sterling
pianos at E. L. Catlin's, 643 Chapel St.
The best and cheapest place to buy
your holiday presents is at the Centen
nial American Tea company's store,363
State street. They have a fine assort
ment of useful and ornamental articles
which they sell at bottom prices Inde
pendent of the tea and coffee business.
Their business in this line is much in
advance of all competitors Our special
present to every purchaser of one
pound of tea or baking powder for the
next few weeks will surprise you. Do
not fail to see them. Centennial Amer
ican Tea company, 363 State street.
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
MAL DE MER.
Discovered for the '
as suffered all the
and they are
n hunted for
hemiits.. It is
hot as can be,
without' sngar or milk,
lie added at discretion.
.on juice may
Chase & Sanborn's
Universally accepted as the
Leading Fine Coffeeof the World.
The only Coffee served at the t
' WORLD'S FAIR. -
CHASE 4 SANBORN, Boston. Mass.
(& youjr man wliSJ.
cire that hasVe
Av nf.tliV aV
Brrden's East RocK TeaStore.
07a State Street, near Edwards,
COMB and get a nloe Christmas Present
with a pound of Taor with hair a pound,
HkaU-a, Bletla, Toys, China and Qlawwiire.
Tho very best of Ton and Coffee found In
Come and give ut a trial. A. BRTDBN.
Litchfield County Pork
TO BB FOUND AT
FROM TIE CHOICEST.
Oranges, Malaga Grapes
Crystallized Fruits and
Carefully prepared and always fresh.
GILBERT & THOMPSON.
D. I. WELCH & SOU"
For Christmas Trade :
Fancy full dressed Turkeys.
" " Chickens.
" " " Ducks.
" " " Geese.
The above stock is extra fine and will
be on sale Friday and Saturday.
Best quality Cape Cod Cranberries
200 baskets fine Catawba Grapes 22o
5,000 lbs Mixed Nuts, only 10O pound.
Best mixture in town : all new nuts.
Oranges for Christmas.
Fine selected sweet Floridas 25c doz.
Extra large " " only 20o doa.
Good sized " " 15c doz.
Ours is the plaoe to buy Raisins, Cit
ron and Currants.
Take our advice and buy your Poul
try this week and avoid the rush on
Monday ; we guarantee stock will keep.
D. M. WELCH & SON,
28 and 30 Congress Avenue,
Branches 175 Campbell Avenue, West Haven.
8 Grand Avenue, Fair Haven.
We Hayc Them For Tour
Xmas and Jfew Year.
Hundreds of delicious Florida Oramrea.
larsre, sweet and Juicy, $1.75 to $8.25 per box.
This fruit is lnrrfo, sweet and Juicy. Our
leader at 25o doz. is a bargain.
A ton of the best Dure Broken Candv at
2,000 lbs. best selected new Nuts. Our
mixed Nuts are our own mixture and we
guarantee them new and the best selections,
l.oou ids. Dest Mixed candy, Ktfo in. Seieot
cd Apples for tablo and tree decorations.
mas candies ror your tree, 10c per Box.
mas trees, all sizes. 1.000 lbs. Malaia Grimes.
bard, pink and sweet.
Genuine Imported Scotch Short Bread.
Make a Xmas present of a bundle of our
genuine Plantation hand made Cigars. Noth
ing like them on the market. Make peace
and contentment in the house. '
Ansonia Doughnuts. Briggs' Homemade
Cake. Pie and Bread, Loaf Cake a specialty
for Xmas. For ex'-i loave3 order in ad
vance and don't ba ui. .;,., ointed.
AT THE OLD STAND.
E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State St.
Judson's Christmas Fruits.
WE come to the front as usual with a
large and carefully seleoted stock.
For twenty years we have oatered to the
publio and our customers are our best ad
vertisers. J. B. JUDSCW,
867 Chapel street, Exchange Building.
Turkeys, Quail, Partridge, Grouse,
Ganvasaack Ducks, Venison. '
Mushrooms, Brussels Sprouts,
Lettuce, Radish, Cucumbers,
String Beans, Green Peas, Egg Plant
FRUITS AND FANCY GROCERIES.
m 1 1 mm co.
Cor. Church and Elm Streets.
Telephone call 300.
The Leading Bread Flour of the
Wholesale Agents. . ;
239 State Street, New Haven.
ROBINSON & FISHER, .
Patents and '- Patent Causes.
Offices, 157 Church Street,
XXW toAYKS, COMW.
Sttovzs, lumping, tc
Plumbing an! Gasfittipg.
J. II. Buckley, 179 Church at
THE REGAL HUB.
Elevated Closet, Cabinet Base.
Over 1500 used in New Haven.
The heaviest, finest made, and most
convenient Range ever offered.
639 Grand Avenue.
The Largest Assortment
Brass id liHdMm-
To be found in the city, inoludlng Fire
Sets, Andirons, Fenders, Spark Guards,
Coal Hods, eto.
We have a lew
Franklin and Parlor Stoves
Left, whloh we offer at a great disoount
from previous prices. We make this
sacrifice rather than carry them over.
Plumbing and General Repairing
Hot Air, Steam and Hot Water
GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES
in great variety.
THE ARNOLD CO.
STATE AND CROWN STREETS.
Largest Stock of Heating Stoves
. m THE CITY. . , ,
Furnafcasi Hot Water and Steam
Gas Fixtures, Oil Lamps, and Kltohen
ALSO MAGEE RANGES.
CURTISS & PIERPOHT,
272 274 276 278 Elm street
AS WELL as your THANKSGIVING DINNER
Will not be complete unless you have -
ROOT'S QUAKER BREAD.
v , , .- .
Most nutritious and palatable, and endorsed and highly reoommended
by the medical faculty. , . .t
- Thousands say it is the most delicious and healthful bread ever Introduced to
the New Haven public Made by the original process at
Root'sBakery, 859 Grand Avenue
x , t . BE SUBB AND
A.sk your grocer for ROOT'S QUAKER BREAD,
i . X3T IaM on each loaf.
STAKIN'8 NEW HAVEN TRAMS
POHTATION MNK. '
llly Ewit StordT.
Huri it's I'lor, foot of liroirn street, at 10:14 P.
m. fiumlaya, TumUr and Thumuar. Btr.
WM. O, KUKUTON. Captain Bpoor, Mondaya,
Wednesday and Friday. Tbe ttutrln leaves
New If ors from Pier 18, North Mlver, at 9 p. nt
Monday. Wedneaday and Friday. lh te
uton, Sunday, Tueadaysand Tuuraday.
Fare, Tdofexourslua tlakots, SUi. btsts
room. 11.00. . ,,
Tickets and staterooms for sale at J. M.
Lines, Jrj'.Ml Chapel attest: Peek U Bishop,
1US Chapel atreut: 'routine Uutel, and John
Moras, m Center atreut. ...
'Free ttiure leaves the depot en arrival or
Hartford train, and from oornor Cburoasnd
Chapel streeta every bait hour, commencing at
8:ip. m, Tbrougb freight rau-s given and
bills of ladlug iwued to point wut,soiittt
and aouthwea. 0. H. F18HEB, Agent,
order your freignt via Biann iine.
New Haven Steamboat Co.
Leaves New Haven dally exoept Sunday
(Belle Dook) 130 night,
New Haven, dally (exoept Sunday), 10-JO a. m.i
Now York, U:!I0 p. m Saturday B p. m.
Staterooms and ticket for sale at Peek
Bl.hop'i 70? Chapel street, and at Mix's drug
store. 1'aro 4 l.uO ; Kxoureion SI JO.
Through ratoa given and bills of lading is
sued to point Wont, South and Southwest by
the New Haven Faat Freight Una.
EDW. 0. LlBOPBOEOIS, Agent
And Quick Lunch Parlors.
Look at the Price of Bread
One 2 lb Loaf,
Two 2 lb Loaves,
Four 2 lb Loaves,
By buying four loaves at the store you
gave our fare both ways and have t oents left
from former prices.
46 to 50 Church street.
Pleasure, Speeding, Comfort and
LIGHT AND HEAVY BOBS.
SMEDLET BROS. & CO,
171 to 175 Brewery Street.
H. W. BEECHER, JAS. M. BENNETT.
BEECHER and BENNETT,
Funeral Directors and
No. 280 Elm St, Broadway Square.
Telephone No. 576-8. Lady Assistant.
162 ORANGE STREET,
Near Court street.)
Telephone No, 337-3.
L. W. ROBINSON.
No. 760 CHAPEL STREET.
Philadelphia Dental Rooms,
781 Chapel Street.
Teeth eleaned, 75o.
Teeth filled with Amalgam, 60o.
Teeth filled with Silver, 75a.
Teeth filled with Gold,
$1.00 and up.
Teeth extracted, 25o.
Vitalized Air, 69o.
Teetb Extracted Without Pain by the use of
our Vitalised Air, made fresh at our office.
Office Open at All Hours.
L. D. MONKS, D. D. S., Manager,
Contained, requiring no briok setting.
Gaskets or Packing, and are thus always
tignt. - i
Hays Vertical Water Ways, giving free circulation.
Direct Fire Surface, using the radiant
heat of the fire. - -
teands in ssa a!l giving satisfaotici
Fitters and Plumbers. Telephone
265 and 287 Stat Street.
New York, Now Haven and
Hartford R. U.
Vovambe 19, MM. i
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10. 8:10.1:11 V10... m '
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12:10 a. m. da! r. '1:10 - m
FOR BOSTON VIA 8PRINQB'iar.n.,n
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m. (uuurorj aooommodatlon.) BnsoATS
:U (night), 'IM (night). 44- tM a. m.
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FOR M1DDLETOWN. WrLTJMAMTTn
-8KB a. m, 1J0, 'W, 8:08 p. m. BuxDATS .
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Valley Division and at Willi man tlo with N. x.
n. k. ana ,kit,u,njit xurnsrvlll with,
Coloboster branoh. .
Northampton DlTltlon. ...
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FALLS, WXLLIAMSB0HQ, HOLTOE1 AjlD
NEW HARTFORD, and Intermediate stations
l-M, U.-04 a. m. and p. m.
FOBNORTUAAUrCOM and points toil aids
At 5:65 p. m.
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Sun days 8:10 a. m.
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D ANBURY, PITTSFIKLD, STATE LINE 0:40
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B.B, 8:00 a. m. (via Brldrenort and Hawlev.
vUleJ 4tii p. m. (via HawleyvlUeJ
'Express Trains; t Local Express,
C. T. HEMPSTEAD, Gen. Passenger Agt.
88 Tenni' Kxperlence In Chmnlo nineasea
uia, unliable, jfizprt spoiaiirt
tions. Kidney and Bladder troubles, and all
rnvaro uiseEuses ui men ana women.
Suffering from the effects of youthful follies
or indiscretions, or troubled with weakness,
nervous ueouicy, xioss 01 Memory, uesponu
enov. Aversion to Societv. -Kldnev Troublea.
or any disease of the Genfto-Urlnary Organs,
can here find a safe and speedy cure. Obarirps
reasonable, especially to poor. CUKE3
G U AitANTEED.
Troubled with too freauent evaouatlons of
the bladder, often aocom pnnied by a slight
smarting or Burning aensauon. ana weaxea
ing of the system In a manner the patient
cannot account for, thedootor will guarantee
a perfect oure In all such oases, and healthy
restoration of the gentto-urlnarv organs.
Blood f oison ana sypnins perma
nently cured. Piles, Rheumatism,
shin Diseases and Sores of. all kinds
cured so thev stay cured. ' , -
t"OfBce at Boom t. Boardman Bulldlna
corner Chapel and State streets. . .. '
umoe nouia: v a. m. mi m iu ?v. .r
evenings 7 to . Sundays, 10 to 13 a. m.
Patients treated by mall. Oorrespqndenos
Besldenoe and Offloe,
548 Chapel Street, New Haven.
Consultation Hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
... Sundays by Appointment Only. . .
Dr. Gill Has Had 28 Years' Experienos
XS THE TREATMENT AND CURB OlP
FEMATE DIFFICULTIES, . ,
r KIT ATE DISEASES, and
' CHRONIC COMPLAINT,
i , - .1 n rfmm J flint: aIkM tit
ailments requiring the services of the best
Burgical skill and experlenoej suoh-- as Rup
tures, Fistulas. Piles, Grevel, Strictures, and
au aiseusw wa wo 'ov "r--"
and Beetum, in rither sex mjwhatovar
cause, nervous kcuu m wju,..,.... ..
ness speedily oured. All manner of Fits, Pa
ralysis, Pafey. St VltusSaiioe, Nervous
Hheumatism, Neuralgia, Selatloa, Blood and
- FEMALE COBTPLAiaTS. ' i
... ..i.tl am tha mi
date medical subjeot In the strictest oonO-
aence, anu wuiea, mw v.
assured of honorable treatment and speedy
relief. Good board, and nursing when re-
q Thedootor cures ail female diffloultles from
whatever cause, .without painy and In the
quickest, safest way. Dotft drag or delay,
out see him at once. "The stitch In time
savesnine. - .
rX. B.-Speolal arrangement for oonflne
ment cases. Pleisarit homes as long as de
sired before aooouehment.-. Terms moderate.
ii nnntainlnap atamn T)mmt)tlv an
swered, - Everything strictly confidential. ;
Advice oy lesiev tiAiw mxuxy wiwp
fully treated by mall. Address
' " Dr. HENKY h.talLLr .
648 Chapel Street,
olSly ..j'i' New Haven, C a:i. '
A FHIENp IN NEED.
. DE. SWEET'S
'Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen
Sweet of Oonnectlout, the great Natural Bone
getter.' Has been nsed for more than (ft years
and is the best known remedy for Bheuma
Una, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bralsea, Burns, Outs,
Wounds and all erternal Injuria -
C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor. .
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