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k DECEMBER 31, 1894. OPPOSED TO THE SLATE. BKMOCMATB ALL AT BEA OTMM KOXIKEEB FOB COMMIBSIOSEKI. Three Aldermen Will Wot Rapport Clanw Moor or W U-Drawcnib Wilt Try 10 Caucus Wednesday Nlght-Ars Working fur Hepabltcan Votes. The democrat are all at ea over their nominees for tne police, Are and road commissions, and the Indications are that the uncertainty will continue up to almoat the very minute ot holding the caucue. It was the original Inten tion to have held the caucus last Fri day night, but owing to the (act that Aldermen Mown of the Third ward and Connor and Kinney of the Tweltth ward could not be whipped Into line, It was found necessary to postpone It until some evening this week. The rea son given for the --postponement was that Alderman Leary was out of town but thlg, as Is well known, was riot the real reason for the postponement The date now assigned for the demo cratlo caucus is Wednesday evening, but it Is .decidedly problematical whether or not the caucus will be held on that evening. One thing, however, is certain, and that Is that the three aldermen named will not. under any circumstances, It is claimed, support the slate made up by the other Ave al dermen. As is well known, this slate is Clancey for police commissioner, John H. Moore for the board of public works, and Charles I Well for the Are board., At first the only decided objection to this slate was against John Clancey for the police board, but now the opposition has extended until all three of the can' didates are liable to be turned down. It Is said, too, that the three aldermen will not, under any circumstances, sup port the slate as made up, and if the other five aldermen persist In their de termination to foist these objectionable candidates upon the democratic party that the trio of Independent democrats in the board of aldermen will not feel themselves bound by any caucus and will vote in the board of aldermen for anyone they please. The attitude taken by Aldermen Moran, Connor and Kinney is generally commended by the better class of demo crats, who object to the foisting upon the party of candidates that are de cidedly objectionable to the better ele ment of the party. Said a prominent democrat yesterday: "It Is all wrong this attempting to compel the democrat ic aldermen to support such a slate. Why, look at it All the men proposed for the commissions are directly inter ested in the liquor business, and in ad dition, two of them are aldermen who, if they are elected to the commissions, will necessitate the city going to the extra expense of holding special elec tions to ail the vacancies In the board of aldermen caused by their election, Alderman Weil, 'who aspires to be fire commissioner, is prominently con nected with a brewing company in Sprtngfleld so It ib said." Alderman uuMM. xx. iriuui e is a, eaioon Keeper in 1 TT -r - i , . the Sene vth ward.and as has been shown by the investigation Instituted by the law and order league, has sold liquor on Sunday in direct violation of the law. Commissioner John Clancey is a bott)er of soda water, etc., and as such is di rectly in business relation with the sa loon keepers of the city. When you consider the fact that these are the men who are being pushed forward for com. missioners do you wonder the the better element of the party is opposed to them? I admire the stand taken in reference to the matter by Aldermen Connor, Moran and Kinney, and hope they will stick to it. Unless they do the deniocartic party need not expect tne support of decent. Intelligent men." The republicans have already com. Wnced the cleaning out process in the city hall, and within a few days it is expected that there will be more re movals. Saturday David Sliney, who has been running the elevator for the past two years, was notified that his services would not be, required after to-morrow, and the place was given to jviattnew Douglass of the Sixth ward William J. Schappa, also of the Sixth ward, will to-morrow succeed James carney as Janitor of the city's nortion of. the city hall, and it is said may also succeed 'Col." William Bohan as janitor of the town's portion, although a number of well known, republicans are wonting Bard to keep the latter1 in a. posiMoa he has filled acceptably under uoin republican and democratic admin istrations ror over twenty years. It was stated last night that Rnmk sioner Clancey and the other iioi democrats were working hard among the republican members of the board to secure three votes from that side of n.e nuuse, out mat their efforts had mei wiiii very little success. New Year's Day Dinner. The Lucy Webb Hayes W. C. T. Tj. Will give a dinner and surjoer ot t.i. coin hall on New Tear's day for the poor In that vicinity. Donatio Of bread, meat, doughnuts, etc., are earn : estly solicited also partly worn cloth ing. ,, The hall will be open at 9 a. m, . f 1 U. ...... . ' m m eoriy aase Miss Pardee . will present at the Hyperion "Lady Har grave's Escapade," a 1 four-act play. iwtth. the cast" calling for but "seven characters. The play Is a society com edy. The plot is laid in England. In . t je first act the breakfast room of Sir George Har grave's London house is given. The scene of the next two acts is laid in the forest grounds sur rounding Baron Melville's shooting i lodge at Maprewood, while the fourth aot show the drawing room of. the Hargrave house again in London,' All the acts are short fl v -'; Jfapier Lothian, Jr who has been en gaged by 'the students for their play, will coach Miss Pardee's cast In the forest scenes entirely new scenery will be usexr, apd negotiations for the cos tumes' worn' by the members of the Lyceum' company in the "Amazons' laii) season will be made by the bust, ess manager of - "Lady Hargrove's Escapade." The Cast will be entirely . BttXUTAIXMWXn. Hjrportoa, A' crorrim snarkllB with fun has been arranged by Mlia Justin Inter soll for the "Kleins Kinder Christmas Carnival," to be given at the Hyperion to-morrow, New Tsar's day, matinee and evening. Among the numbers to be given will be the polka love nit "Tbe Love Letter," sung by Miss Gertrude Roy, a young lady of ten. Miss Rita Smith, another young prima donna, will sing "Boarding School Delights" from "Dr. Syntax," and th wonder, Baby Ruth, four-years-old, will sing "The Lily and the Rose." They way In which these young artists ex-cute their songs and dances show with what care ful training they have been brought to their present state of perfection, and they will most assuredly captivate the audiences. Edith Barr, the clever child actress, as "Columbine," will tell Hans Andersen's "Story of Punchinello" to the assembled "Pierrots," and those who have bad the privilege of feeing this useful star declare her to bo a perfect art Jewel. This occurs In the opening ballet. "The Ballet of the Pierrots." A fine vaudeville performance Is then giv en by the children, assisted by Mr. Mor gan, the grotesque clown, and "La Ca mellia," the Spanish dancer. "La Camellia" is a most beautiful woman, a perfect brunette with beauti ful dark eyes, which seems to have an electrical effect upon the audience, and when seen In her magnificent costume ot pink and gold, tapping her heels In unison with the castanets she Is bound to capture the hearty .applause and good will of the audience, making her performance a gigantic success. Wherever this charming dancer has ap peared she has left behind her a record equal to, if not better than her rival, Carmencita. Morgan, the grotesque clown, will own all the little ones after they have seen him in his clever per formance of "Fun and Silence." The costumes are marvels of the costumers' art, and have been made by Mrs. Sol tau.' The musical portion ofthe pro gram has received special attention, and will be furnished by the Philhar monic orchestra under the -direction ot the well known leader, Frank Flchtl. Miss Ingersoll earnestly requests that no flowers be sent to the theater, and has given positive orders that no floral offerings shall be passed over the foot lights, and those who know Miss Inger soli's good Judgment in matters of this kind will no doubt heartily respond to her request 1 Sale of seats now open at the box office, Hyperion theater. Comstock's minstrels from St. James' hall. New Tork city, will be at the Hy perion on Saturday evening next. Wil lis Sweatman, Hugh pougherty, Schef- fer and Blakely, Burns and Coakley and other well known minstrel artists are with the organization. Grand Opera Home. Charles L. Davis in "Alvin Joslln "One hundred and eighty laughsvin 180 minutes,", will open "the week ' at this house for three nights and a special hoi- iday matinee to-morrow,- NeW Tear's day, and the regular matinee on Wed nesday. His elegant display of dia monds can be seen in S. H. Kirby's window. The 'public seems to never grow weary of this good old-fashioned play, which Is as .popular to-day as It was ten years ago. But notwithstand ing the fact that "Alvin JoBlin" is to day one of the most valuable theatrical properties in America, Mr. Davis will abandon the play after this season and retire to Pittsburg, Pa., where he owns the beautiful Alvin theater. He is determined to make this, his last tour, a notable one in every respect, and has secured for his support a com pany of great excellence, while the play will be mounted in an elaborate manner with all new scenic and mechanical effects, showing . Brooklyn bridge by moonlight, the famous East River pier scene, the Five Points, Baxter street, the Bowery concert hall, and Uncle Al- vin's Vermont farm. - u The company which, presents "Hoss and Hoss" the last three days of this week is said to be one of the largest and best farce comedy organizations on the road, and itywlir undoubtedly draw a large audience here. Jacques Kru- ger, an eccentric comedian of much prominence, Will portray the character of the "Judge,"; and Carrie Sweeney, the popular little singing soubrette, will be seen to good advantage In the char acters of "Maggie Brody" and "Nelly Fly Thomas D. Daly, the well known ballad singer bf this city, is with this company. " Hoss and Hoss" will- be harnessed up for a matinee Saturday afternoon. ..., There is a great treat in store for the littles this New Tear's holidays in the lecture hall annex at the Grand opera house Charles Mack's old time Punch and Judy, which never fails tQ amuse both old and young. The hall Is open free to the patrons of the theater. . , Poll's Wonderland Theater. ' The great Christmas week bill at the Wonderland is succeeded by one that will make New Tear's week a happy one for every amusement seeker In New Haven. As the leading attraction Mr. Poll Has secured Glrard Leon'sgreat singing donkey. This donkey runs the vocal scales and sings written music with ail the skill that many human singers display, and does many "other things which show that If he could only talk he would be on. a par with many men. Mr. Leon has two other donkeys aim which go through many evolutions and tracks that are interesting, to any audience. Besides these donkeys there will be other prime attractions, such as the -Electric quartet; four of the sweet est singers in America; Collins and Col lins, Sharp smd Flatt Fisher and Crow ell, making altogether a'biir that will promise tots of Bport for New 'Tear's week. Extra shows will be iven to morrow,. New Tear's day,-so that every body in town will have a chance to see and hear the great singing donkey, Kami' JstoeluHoB. ''' The regular monthly meeting of the Nurses' Aliimnt association of triis city will be held art the Nurses' home Wed nesday, January t. The regular meet ings are generally held the first Tues day In -the month, but as that day is Nsw Tear's day, the meeting will be T. R, H. DsacUas railare. Said one of our prominent, business men yesterday, the real facts pertain ing to the B. H. Douglass Sons' financial trouble should be known.' The firm were doing as fine a business si any concern 'In- New England In that line. The business was oondueted with unusual ability and the concern was a credit to New Haven enterprise. Out the bouse became unexpectedly ham pered By want of sufficient working capital. In im they acquired the Dremlsea M and 18 Crown street, from the as-sta-nee of the bankrupt estate of E. B. Wheeler A Co. at a very low price. They made arrangements in 1890 with a capitalist who had for years furnished large amounts of funds to other par ties, to loan them what they required to adapt the premise for. store and shops, for their use. Booon after the contracts for ' the ' alterations were signed, the Baring Brothers' failure took place, and the capitalist on whom they relied, failed, on account of heavy losses, and In consequence the eurtallment of bank accommodations consequent on the Baring failure, B. H. Douglass A Sons' were obliged to complete the contracts, using their active capital and credit Soon after the hard times came on and the dimin ished active capital was felt, owing to delayed collections, and the many losses from failures of their customers In business. The tying up of their capital, the high price of material used in their manufacture for a good part of the lastthree years, and the more than usual number of bad debts owing to the hard times, are the causes of their difficulty. Their plant is very complete and satisfactory. They have done a large business, and until above causes interfered, they were pros perous. Good Skating at the Lakes. The present cold snap has made good skating on Lake Saltonstall and the sport was much enjoyed by a big crowd of people on Saturday. There Is also good skating on Lake Whitney. As the eiectrio cars run to East Haven an the lake there is little trouble for skaters to get to the lake and the cars are crowded. FELL HEZB TO A LEGACY James Goldsa, Mow la Jail, Will Come Into PooMMloa of a Fortune. About 5:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon a stranger hurriedly entered ' police headquarters and In an excited manner asked Sergeant Crocker, who was in charge, for information concerning James B. Golden, whose home was for merly in Hartford. Sergeant Crocker consulted the records and found that Golden had been sent to Jail on October 26 to work out a fine of 25 and t " costs for theft. ... The stranger, who did not give name, told Sergeant Cocker that G en, who Is not yet fifty years old, 1 served through the civil war, had bi a member of the regular army for tw ty years and was at the present tl on the pension list of !.'.e United Sta government He also said that he t served a term in tne Middietown mat asylum. 'I When asked why he was so anxli to locate Golden, the stranger rep that he (Golden) had recently been queathed a fair sized legacy by a ri tlve, 'since the death of whom the sit get had been assiduously searching him and had only Just succeeded In lo cating him. Golden's sentence in Jail will expire January 13 and the stranger will then, so he said, make application for the appointment of a conservator, Golden was arrested in this city by Officer Tighe October 25, charged with the theft of a silver watch worth $20 from William E. Mansfield. In the city court the next day he was convicted and fined $25 and costs. The stranger at police headquarters yesterday said that Golden had been mentally deranged for some time and that In his opinion he must have committed the theft while temporarily Insane. St. Alojrslui Fair. "' The St. Aloysius T. A. B. soolety open ed a ten nights' fair on Saturday night. The fair is to continue until January 9, whioh night the prizes will be announc ed. This fair will be more attractive because an Innovation has been made, There will be a drumming contest open to T. A. B. drum corps of the state. The Father Matthew's of Hartford is to be one of the contestants. This con test is to be on one of the nights to be decided later. ' . ' . ': Btartha Washington Temple. On January SO the ladles of Martha Washington temple will give an enter tainment for the , benefit of a newly started death benefit fund. The pro gram will be of a literary nature! ,.! , Banquet lamp and silk shade with all $15.00 purchases at Oak Hall, 61 Church street. ' That fit and wear Veil. ; i Larp Selectii- AT BIS! CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS - ovaveiowavsysysasyaiisis ww- S Oorters, even 1 1 a - ii any one ooudis u let 1 1 him undertake to carry a modern . J i trunk up evea one flight of stairs, i 1 There are few men who do not at J one time or another strain the back , i by lifting. If they apply at once the new Curative Lubricant I: Salva-cea ( ) , tss mm. 1 1 they will find the pain disappear 1 1 as if by magic. It is a marvelous i relief and cure for every form ot 1 1 bruises, boils and ulcers : also for i the most obstinate cases of catarrh, neuralgia and skin disease. A rrtes, H tad M ent per box. A Til lumnm Co.. ST1 GOING FAST AND NO MISTAKE, Because they've been railroaded. That's what the publio are doing with our stock ol Holiday Good, lu fact, they're treating It as if It were a flock of pigeons and homing It. We cau't keep anything we have it's found homewards. Our motto is to see tbeinanufaoturers and pick the (lowers of the season's proriuo ' ju. We've just done It again, and the result is a medley of surprising attract iveness. A display like ours Is a go from tbe start. All like to see fine Furniture where it looks the best at home,' and nowhere can you see so much for so little as in our store. Here you will find proud Values. and humble prices. H. B. ARMSTRONG & CO., 89-97 Orange Street and 780 Ohapel, Street. K0AL. I am now delivering Koal in bags and carried into the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all dirt and buy of W. F. GILBERT, Church Street, opposite Postofllce, 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. poooooooooooo De Wolf Hopper i' .SaysT ' USE the genuine 1 Johann Hoff s Malt Extract for that heavy feeling, arising fiom in digestion, and I am never without Johann HofPs Malt. Beware of imitations. The genuine Johann Hoff 's Malt Extract has this signature : I on neck label. Eisner & Mimdelson Co., Sole Agents, New York. THE BROWNIES' CHRISTMAS See the little men. They hold Ih'Mi Hira fiiSlie Co 68, 70 and 72 Orange Street. Carpets, Rugs and Draperies, Domestic and Imported, AT LOWEST PRICES. . Open every evening until Christmas. IBClSIMilS PAST, A AND IT, WILL SOON BE ''i. ' .. . . ..... ,.: . HAPPY NEW YEAR! . v.-.V.-:'U Do not let another day BOOT'S quaker; S. It Is sweet, palatable and very nutritious, and needs but a single trial to ..r-a .' ... ' - .. . a. 1 11 l convince tub inos The Best Bread in the Market. 11 " Made by the original process at . ' . . - ' Boot'sBakery, 859 Grand Avenue m a. .a.. W-WWWWWWW W WWWW baggage-smashers," have their troubles, i 5&- . 4 At dracfUls, ot by Ball. Cuul SL. Hum Tnrlr full sway in our. south window. v,.V ;: ' .'; go by yrtthout trying bread. suepuutu vuv it ' . CA NIVAL Cloak Sale I After the most successful season we have ever had we desire by way of showing our ap preciation of the generous patronage accorded us to offer , THE GREATEST BARGAINS IN CLOAKS ever offered in New Haven, and therefore those who come first alter 9 o'clock Monday morning, Decem ber 31, will get the earliest and best choice. Everything in Cloaks, Capes, Coats and Jackets for La dies', Misses and Children included in this GREAT PRICE CUT SALE. Watch for SPECIAL AN NOUNCEMENTS of great special sales in Wrappers and Muslin Underwear within a few days. Misses' Hoods of wool. Wool with handsome silk em broidery. Regular 69c at 49c WM. FRANK & CO., 781-783 Chapel street. TO the Honorable the General Assembly of the State of Connecticut to be holden on the Wednesday after the Hist Monday of January, A. D. 1885 : The petition of the undersigned cltlzans of the towns of North Hnven and Hamden re spectfully reprosentB that Whereas, certain other citizens of said towns of North Haven and Hamden have petitioned your honorable body to change a part of the dividing; line between said towns, thereby Eeti ing off a oertaln portion of the said town of North Huven to ihe said town of H linden, the particulars of wi ton pro- Sosed change fully ar" ' ' said petition, ated the 24th dayo m-, A. 1). 1894, reference thereto beln. 1, Whereas, on sundry oci ., u .s in the past the General Assembly has transferred valu able portions of the territory of the town of North Haven to the town of Hamden without compensation therefor to the said town of North Haven, thereby rendering-the general dividing line between the two towns unsatis factory and ineonvenient ; If any change is to bo made by your hon orable body In the present dividing line be tween the said towns, it should be made sub stantially a follows, to wit : Beginning at the southerly terminus of the boundary lino between the towns of Cheshire and Walltng ford on the northerly line of said town of Hamden, running thence southerly to a point where the Kldge Hoad, so-cnlled, intersects the main roud leading from North Haven to Mt. Carinel, running thence southerly in the center of Slid Hidge Road to a point In the town of riamden, near the residence of Phoebe Bassett. where said Hidge Hoad Is met by a road running easterly therefrom, thence following the center of said road easterly to a point where said road meet? State street, and thence east in a direct line to the Quln niptac River, thence following the center of said river to the boundary line of the town of New Haven. Your petitioners therefore ask that If any change is to be made in the present division line between the two towns It be made sub stantially i i accordance with the aforesaid proposed line, and that all portions of the territory of the said town of Hamden lying northerly and easterly of said proposed line be annexed to and made apart of paid town ot North Haven, and that such portions of the Eighth and Ninth School Districts of the town of Hamden as lie northerly and easterly of said proposed line be annexed to and made part of the Eighth Sehool District of tbe town of North Haven. And yourpetltloners as in duty bound will ever pray. Dated at North Haven, this (2d day of De cember, A. D. 1894. M. S. Doolittle. Chas. M. Tuttle, Fred'k E. Jacobs, W. A. Doolittle, Jesse B. Jaoobs, Judson Torrey, ' C. M. Moulthrop, A. S. Hotchklss, A. E. Hotohkiss, F. E. Kinsey, L. Q. Tuttle, ' H. P. Tuttle, Amos A. Tuttle, Julian W. Tuttle, T. Harden Todd, S. a Smith, L. J. Cooper, Romanta T. Llnsley, i H. Brockett, Edward L. Linsley. . To the Sheriff of the County of New Haven, or either of his Deputies, GREETING : By Authority of the State of Connecticut, you are hereby commanded to summon and notify the town of Hamden, in said county, the Eighth and NinthSchool Districts, of said town of Hamden, to appear before tbe next session of the General Assembly of tne State of Connecticut, to be held at ' the Capitol, at the City of Hartford, in said State, on the 10th day of January, A, D. 1895, then and there to Bhow cause, if any they hare, why the prayer of the foregoing petition should not be granted. And ft appearing to and being found by the subscribing authority, a Judire of the Supe rior Court, that more than twenty individ uals are, or may be, adversely interested In tbe prayer of said petition. It Is further ORDERED and COMMANDED, that notioe of the pendency of this petition be given by publishing a copy of the came, and of this oltatlon and order, In the New Haven Jour nal and Courier, a newspaper published In the City ot New Haven, In saiu county, on the 88th and 81st days of Deoember, A. D. Dated at New Haven, this 9tth day of De cember. A. D. 1894. GEORGE W. WHEELER, , A Judge of the Superior Court for tbe State of Connecticut. Th. fnnurninir is a true cod v of the original Petition, Citation and Order. Attest: LiuziEiiuia a. in.ui;n.E.j.i', 03681 Deputy Sheriff. THE NATIONAL TRADESMENS BANK. r- v . f T n tool THE annual meeting of the stockholders of - this bank for the election of directors for the ensuing year will be held at the banking- bouse, 06 Orange Street, oa Tuesday, January 8th, 1896. Polls open from 11 o'otook av m. tlu 12 o'clock m. W. T. FIELDS Pnj Goods. n H Tussle AT THIS WEEK. Money vs. Goods GOODS lay we'll be worth just ration money next teasou as wa are now, then wby not let us slumber la peuoe ? MONET does not deny it, but argues that goods have hnd a pretty soft time ot it all tlio fall, and now they muit oomo down oft" "their peroh" and bo subjected to an Immediate tioso of out ting, wtiloh can only be relieved by quick selling. As we have been appointed judges of the controversy we huve taken sides with money, mid will at once begin the greatest slaughter ever known ia January. BLANKETS. Goods say we are worth what otberl ask, why sacrifice us at these unmerci ful Ugui'cs ? Money says wo admit you nro worth more than wo ask, but must go r.t our price. MARKD0WN. 30o White and Grey Blankets, now 10c eaoh, (1.00 White and Grey Blankets, now . 69o pair $2.50 White 11x4 Blankets, now (1.75 pain (3.35 White 11x4 Blankets, now (2.39 pair, (S.00 White 11x4 Blanket!!, now (3.50 paift (5.50 Robe Blankets, now 3.75 each. $1.00 Ladies' Macintoshes now (2.25, (7.50 Ladies' Jackets, now (4.98. (12.50 Ladies' Jaokets, now (7.50. Fearful drop in Dress Patterns ; un precedented cut in Ladies' Under wear ; great slaughter Children's Hoods, Caps and Knit (ioorls ; a big reduction iu Men's Mufflers; superb values in Flannels ; immense bar gains in Handkerchiefs. All departments have received an un usual mark-down, as we prefer mouey to goods. WEN MclNTTRE & CO., 837 and 839 Chapel Street, ; Now Havon, Ot. 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