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ITCW IIAVENMORNING JOURNAL AND COITUER, MONDAY, DECEMBER 31 1894.
'Januaiy Prices. The order for this week a a general cut in prices throughout our store. Every department catches it ' gOC, the yard. TMa week's price on all our best Fancy French Flannels. Old price, 69c. 25C. . This week's price on entire line of Fancy Scotch Flannels. The usual price is 38c. All our Novelty Patterns of Choice Dress Goods that were $12.00 and $15.00 reduced. .50 the pattern. All our Novelty Pattern Dresses, that were $10.00 and $12.00, reduced. 39C This price will catch all our 50c. Dress Goods in fancies. ' 25c. the yard. The full line of Fancy and Plain Dress Goods that were 39c. now 25c. Dress Goods that were 19c., and cheap at that now go to kc. ioc. the yard. Full line of colors in Satin Ribbons, in 16, 22 and 40 widths reduced to 10c. the yard. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. m 17 ltr RUGS. We Shall Close Out the Balance of Our Oriental and Domestic Rugs and Art Squares at Very Low Prices. H. B. PERRY, 914 Chapel Street TO ARRIVE BETWEEN NOW AND CHRISTMAS. ' -. ' - - " ? '" . ' - ' ' " . 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. y 6,000 lbs New Nuts, all kinds and best quality. " "... ' New Raisins, Citron, Lemon and. Orange Peel, etd. - , 80,000 lbs Pure Candles, over 90 different varieties, fresh J V every day. Look out for prices. , We shall reoeive about 400 Turkeys and Chickens, the same qnal Jty that we had at Thanksgiving and everybody gaid . they were the best they ever atew AT BOSTON GROCERY, N.A. FUIiLERTON; Prop, 926 Chapel Street, corner of Temple. ; Branch Store and Market, 1231 Chapel street THIS WEEK, SPECIAL PRICES 01 TODOW SHADES. LARGE VARIETY OF COLORS AND STYLES. TIE HOME DBAPEEI CO.; 694 Chapel s ,. htUTIOTDV I y S. WtnilOlllI. f .. I J G, H. GIDNEYa " " I 797.Cfcapet Iforth sldeL B& doors below .established ML Dea- rmauita mn we www it wtMrlr)rila.s wort. 189ty4 IS NEARLY OUT, AND THIS IS . The . Final Wind-up Week. We have a splendid stock from whloh to select barrel of obolce Flour fur 11.25 1 a few uounds of Ta; a few pounds of Coffee ; or. if a friend be 111, a gallon of oboloe Port for 11.00, M 00, 13.00, t.00 or 10.00, 260, f.Oo, 75o, (1 aud 11.60 per bottle 1 a gallon of Sherry for LO0, 2.00, &00, U.11O, 8.00 or 112.00, 250, 6O0, 750, tl.CHi, f 1.60 ana 3.00 per bottle; very 'Id French Brandies 2.00, 13.00, I3.B0, (1.50 and 10.00 per bottle. CHAMPAGNES, 8AUTERNES, BUBO UNDIES. Clarets from ordinary to yery high grades. Sage Cheese, extra line. Full Cream Factory Edams, Roqueforts, etc. That Noted Butter. In boxes holding 5 and 10 pounds, per pound, 8X0 ; In 4 pound cakes, per lb, 83o. Received by us Tuesdays, Thurs days aud Saturdays ; made but one day wben ready for delivery. California Port. Sherry. Muscatel. Catawba and Angelica Wine, four years old, and nothing about them cheap but the price, $1.00 per gallon. Open evenings until after the holidays, Fall ai Winter Millinery. 1132 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 Bonnets. Mourning Bonnets and Hats a specialty. Miss A. V. Byrnes, 1132 CHAPEL STREET, Second door above York street. , is BABY WORTH ftl.00 ? QUBSCKIBE tor " The Mother's Journal." irj Bampie eopies iu cents. dl51m BOX 1726. City. A PRIX 1 ED LIST OF THIRTY RENTS may be had upon application. JOHN T. SLOAN, n80 Til Th Sa Ttt 888 Qtrapet street. CHAS. H. BROMLEY. M AK.EB of Violins, Double Bases, eto. New and Old Violins for sale. Henalr- Inor a aneolaltv. Bowa rehalred. Inntruotion given on the Violin. Terms moderate, ritf 863 ORCHARD ST, New HavenCt ; THE Street. '. . . ' 1 NlSW HA VEX SAVINGS BANK. npHB semi-annual meeting; of the Board X Trustee of the New Haven Bavin Bank will K. KIH Kkln T... V of JL Trustee or tbe Mew Haven Bavin as Bank will be beld at the banking- bouae. No. 145 Oranre street, on lionday.Deo ember 31st, UM, at three o'clock p. nu, for the purpose oi declaring' a semi-annual dividend, appoint ing auditors, and for doing any other busi ness proper to be done at said meeting. New Haven, Deoetnher.;' u , f . d 0 MIM1ATURK ALMAS AC. DKCKMBKR 31. Jus Rise, MS I MooafttTt. HlOU Wats. BUS Sim, 4; l:M I 1:U UKA1IIS. HPAroN-lu iblselty.on Hundagr afternoon, 1 oaiubar Oth, Uui, Wlward Haatun, la tbe Klghty.rourth year or bl.eve. Puiittral rvlo s at bt laia rsaldenoi. No. SU lurk sirt. W lunklay ariurnooo, Jaouary Slid 1W atbalf-paat twoo'olot li. S OtiUllY-lo Utlaoily, on Uta .b lut.. Until? L. Oorry, only surviving daughlar of tue late tlbrlUgo tlorry, la th KM rear of bar aire. Rrlattves and friends are Invltwt to attend I ha funeral from br late roaldeaoe, Bi Tt'mple street, oa Tuuaday, January Ut, at COWEI.L-I11 this elty. on the Wlh Inst, fhluMK.Ooweil agodBlveara.aidiiya. Funeral aprvlro will bs buld at bis I to riU denoe. No. 1:0 Wo eior atret, on lieaday ftertioan at o'olot'k. Frleud ot the family arluvlU)l t aiimd. St OitoUKI JH-Knu-red Into rest at her home. Denver, Colorado, aftr a ahort lllnraa of pneumonia, Hopule K. Goodrich, buloved ilaugliierof the late William Goodrich ot Port lnnd. Conn. Oi;iXJW- this elty, D.eember 80, John 1 Uulow agodAyrars. Funeral arvlcai will be held at bis late real, drnce, lit Uongreaa avtmue, Weinoaday, January S, at :M p. m. Relative and frlcndH are resnootfuuy InvttMl to attend I CAHE-In thin olty. Uweinber 30, Fannie L. Case, wirnof Herman U.Caao,ag d37 years. Prayers will be held at her late realdenre. No. 4 Hylvan avenue, on Tuuaday morning at lOtlltt. Funeral siirvlces at the residence of Almond E. Clark In MUford at S;S0. Friends are Invl'ed to attend. MAUIMKLIST. POBT OF NBW HAVEN. ARHrVED. Brh Cox Oreen, Thompson, Norfolk, eoal to KH. Sou J. H. Hall, Banters, Norfolk, lumber. 8ch Uncle Joe. Stevens, . 8cb ltob ioy, I'arkcr, rblladclnhla,ooal to Bit. Scb Irene, Mlnty, N, Y Iron, CLIARCD. 8eh Thas. M. Brlggs, Brlggs, Norfolk. Sch John Proctor, Clittse. " Kch Tofa, Wition, " Billwl-Bch E tie (Br) Melene. N. T. S .KlliHS AND 8LKIGHING, VTEBIIITB stables, H0 Temple st. Coaches 1 and coupes, large sleighs for parties, Prloes very reasonable. Telephone 047. d3l 8t FOR RENT, STORE No. 710 Chapel atrnct, from January 1st. H6. Masonio Temple Co. dTO 7t CHA8. WILSON A Co., Agents. "SL.KIGH BKLLS" A PL CIS. set and up. 4 Gong Tuned Chime W Shaft BeUs$1.75 set. d:il )H LIXSLEY, BOOT & CO. "CARBONITE FOOT WARMERS" 27011 sleighs, prlvitte crrlRges. eto. ' UNSIiEY, BOOT A CO., d81J8f ;a Broadway. "25 CTS. FOR STRONG STEEL" SNOW Shovels; wood shovels 10 eta. and up. Ourspeolal shovel for publlo buildings, railroads, etc, has no equa . d.HJ3 4 LINaLEY, ROOT A CO. "CRYSTAL GLEAM" KEROSENE, S Gallons 40 eta. deliver, d; rotary pump. 5 gal. cans Sl.26: faucet enna 85 ota. Order by postal or telephone d31 J24 "HE WHO IN THIS WORLD" WOULD rise, must sell oheap for cash und advertise. That's what we're doln' at tbe "HU6TLEKY," 33 Broadway, d31 J24 "FOR A COLD DAY" TITE have Gloves. Mittens, Horse Blankets, 1 r riuuu ana ill nnnitt. d31j2 4 L1NSLEY, BOOT & CO. FO,R SALE, TYLEA81NGLY located onntral orooertv L Owner has elegant apartments fnoluding board for small family and 10 per 0 nt. on Investment- iBuatnina nhangaa -inuuii. of sale. aauress i.-y v ESIMISNT, d31 6d lwj P. O. Box 1176, City. SLE GH FOR $20 A GOOD second-hand sleigh, a cutter, oan be bought for tbe above price. Enquir at Mattoon's stables, on State-street, between unin nan uia streets, oral uusomce. ' The Second National Bank OF NEW HAVEN. Seventy-seventh Dividend. A DIVIDEND of Five Per Cent will be paid January 2, 1895, from tbe net earn ings of the six months ending December 31, WAD. A. BHUiiaJOJN, da3t Cashier. CITY BANK OF NEW HAVEN, NEW HAVEN, CONN. Dnnnmhnr fix 1 QtU A DIVIDEND of Three Dollars a share will be payable to stockholders of this nanx on toe za nay or ja iuary next. d29 2t SAMUEL LLOYD Cashier. BOARD OF RELIEF. T'HE Board of Belief of the Town of New j. Haven hereby give notice that they will meet at their office, No. 8 City Hall, on Monday, January 7th, 1896, at 9 o'clock a. m., and oy adjournment on every week day un til January 26th, lnoluslve, also on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings of each week and Saturday evening, tbe 2Sth, t rtbe purpose of hearing any appeals that may be made from the doings of the Board of As sessors. WALTER H. LORD, FREDERICK W. TUTTLE, GEORGE H. COE, DAVID O'DONNELL, GEORGE a. MITCHELL, d2812t- Board of Belief. FOR RENT. A PRINTED- list of 40 rents nay be had upon application. JOHN T. SLOAN, 183 3t 828 Chapel street. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court.) December 27th, 1894. j 1 STATE of HORACE B. PERRY, of New Haven, in said district, assigning debtor. ie voluntary assignment of the said debt or having been lodged in this offloe tor record and the probate thereof, and John C. Punder ford, of said New Haven, being I9 said assign ment nominated as trustee for said estate, therefore ORDERED That the 2d day of January, tttK .tliln'AlnflVfnHnium hn antk.uM.f. hereby assigned for a bearing on the approval of said proposed trustee, and that all persons Interested therein mar have notice to appear, lfthevsee cause, ana be heard thereon, thin court directs that this order be published uireeumeBiuanewBpaperaaving a circula tion in said m-obate district before said time assigned for sa'd hearing. avs m a. HtsATua .kubektbu, judge. THE MECHANICS' BANK OF NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT. . ONE HUNDBED AND THIRTIETH DIVI- liND. . rPHE Directors of this Bank have declared JL a semi-annual dividend of Two and One naif Per Sent., payable, free of tx on and titer tne seoono. aay 01 j anuary. usua. CHAS. H. TROWBRIDGE, d288t . . Cashier. '- TO RENT. . . 7-:r- . THBEE pleasant rooms with' or without board. Apply ...... axam mohuwahu a.vjsue. For Sale : The Fine Property NO. 185 CHURCH STREET, OPPOSITE the"Green, the residenne of tbe late William Fitch ; brown stone front lwelling bouse; brlok stable. Lot 90 feet front by 817 feet deep. Apply to JOHN B. FITCH, Executor, - Office Tbe W. A E. T. Fltcb Co., ' die tf No. 151 Bast street. NOTICE. We have a full line of WALL . PAPERS' In all grades, Including -' CME0 RELIEFS, (in all oolorings and designs,) wbioh is a new aeparture in wail aeoorations. Ve are also manufacturers' agents for DE-CO-RE-0, ; Which In design and effect Is far ribber than nindlework. Tor archwavS. ate ata. Call and S3B samples 01 our won. .. ; TheWclccttlPaiTsttCo- AT TUB rHKK UUK4HT. New Beki Added lor the Habile Benefit. American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge for the Tear 8174AL Barllett, J., New and Com plete Concordance to Shakespeare, 82:33135. Brassey, T., Lord, Tapers and Addresses; Work and Wages, 3304 B, Carman, E. A. and others, Bpeclal Report on Sheep Industry In the United States, 363U. Cuylor, T. L., Right to the Point; selected by H iry S. Haynes, 208CS. Danson, J. T The Wealth of Households, 3302D6. Dickinson, E., Letters; edited by M. L. Todd, 2v 8164D. Field, E., Love Songs of Child hood, 8U4F2. Ford, W. C, Wool and the Manufactures of W Jl, 77U. Gatty, Mrs. A., Parables iron Nature, 2v., JG22P. Gould, J. M., an! Tucker O. F., The Federal Income Tax Explained, 3363G. Hare, A. J. C, The Life and Letters of Martin Edgf worth, tv BEd SB. Hazlott, W. C, rim.. Tales and Legends of National (Tlgln (English), 389H9. Hubner, J. A., Prelh, von., Life and Times of SIxtus th Fiflh, BSI95A. Humphrey. M., Treasury of Stories. Jingles and Rhymes, T89H. Jenks, T., Imagination; Truthle.-i Tales, JJ41SI. Lamed, J. N., History for Ready Ref erence, vl-4, reference. Leland, C. O., Elementary Work. 740U Magruder, J., The Child Amy, JMl'TC. MaBson, D., The Life of John Mll.on, 6v BM64D. Monuments of Washington's Patriot ism, 09UK1. Noble, A. L., and Coann, P. C, Love and Shawl-straps, N661.2. Oliphant, M. O. W V, ho was Lost and Is Found, a novel, 0131 51. Palgrave, F. T., Amenophls and Other Poems, 82169 PS. Pole, W.. Whist (The club series), 795B1. Robertson, F. W., Well-springs of Wisdom, edited by ltose Porter, 208R. Ruskln, J., Thoughts of Beauty and Words of Wisdom, edited by Rose Por ter, 82486K. Smiles, S The Art of Liv ing, selected by C. A. Cooke, 170S5. Stanley, A. P., Thoughts That Breathe, selected by E. E. Brown, 208S. Aaron, E. M., The ButterHy Hunters on the Carlbees, JAalB. All.n, C. D., Amerl can Book Plates, 097.V. Andrews, E. B., History of the United States, 2v., 973A10. Atkinson, J. C, The Last of Jhe Giant Killers, JAtCL, Barnett, S. A. and H. O., Practical Socialism, 339B3. Barrett, F., The Justification of Andrew Lebrun, B27I.4. Bellamy, W A Cen tury of Charades, 793155. Bolton, C. K., On the Wooing of Martha Pitkin, 8114 B20. Braddon, M. E., The Christmas Hirelings, JB72C. Bilgga, C. A., The Messiah of the Goipels, 232B1. Brine, L., Travels Amongst the American In dians; Their Earthworks and Temples, 9137B. Burnett, E. H., Plcclno and Other Child Stories, JB894P. Cable, G. W.,John March.Southerner, C11.7. Car rington, H. B., Beacon Lights of Pa triotism, 172C. Caweln, M., Imitations of the Beautiful, and Poems, 8114C2. Champernowne, H., The Boss; an es say upon the art of governing American cities, 352C5. Child, T., Whimples and Crisplng-plns, 391C. fihnmh a n editor, Roman Life . In the Days of Cicero, 91337C. CHdman, J. T., Brook Farm, Hiatortc an- Personal Memoirs 335C5j Cooke. C. A., comp., Young 'U,"B meaner, su8iK3. Cralk, H., ed English Prose, selections, vol. 8, Sev enteenth Century, 8208C8. Crockett S R., The Play Actress, C871.5. Curtis. G. W., Literary And Social Essay, 8144C11 Crozier. W.. and Henderson. P., How the Farm Pays, 630C7. Deland, M., Philip and His Wife, D371.5. Farrar F. W. The Life of Christ as Represented in Art, 755F. Festival poems, A collec tion for Christmas, New Tear's, Easter (Anon.). 82108F. 'Fields, A., (Mrs. James T.), A Shelf of Old Books. 9282F5. Ford, P. L., The Honorable Peter Stirling, F75.1; Freshfleld, D. W., and Wharton, J. L., eds.. Hints to Trav ellers, 9102F8; Gannett, W. C A Tear of Miracle, 252G3; Gerard, F. ju, An gelica Kauffmann. BK16A; sGllder, R. W Five Blocks of Song, 8114G2; Glad stone, W. E., Homer, 8831L5; Gold smith, O., Poems and Plays, Ed. by A. Dobson, 82164B; Great Truths by Great Authors, (Anon.), 8088G; Guiney, L. I., A Little English Gallery, 8204G3; Hare, A. J. C, Days Near Rome, 3d ed., 91468A1; Harris, J. C, Little Mr. Thim blefinger and his Queer Country, JH24L; tiaweis, a. a., American Humorists, 817HG; Heyse, P. J. L., A Divided Heart, and other stories, H51.9; Hill, G. B., Harvard College, by an Oxonian, 8787H5; Hoist, H. E. von, The French Revolution Tested by 'Mlrabfeau's Career, 94404H; Howe, Later Lyrics, 8U89H; Hurll, E. M., Child-life In Art, 750H; Iota, ps, Children of Circum stance, Io8.2; King,' C, Under Fire, K58.23; Klngsley, H., Tales of Old Travel Re-narrated, 9104K5; Knox, T. W., Boy Travellers in the Levant. JK75E15; Lang, A., and others, The Iliad of Homer Done Into English, 8831B7; Latimer, E. W England in the Nineteenth Century, 94208L; Lefflng well, A., Rambles Through Japan With out a Guide, 9153L3; Linton, W. J., Threescore and Ten . Years, BL65A; Lothrop, H. M (Margaret Sidney), A New Departure for Girls, L78.5; Lowell, P., Occult Japan; or, the Way of the Gods, 299L9; McClellend, M. G., St John's Wooing, a story, M13.7; Marden, O. ,S., Pushing to the Front; or.Suc cess Undter Difflculties, 170M5; Maakell, A. , E. A., Children With, the Birds, 598JM9; Matthews, B(, The Royal Marine, M433.6; New Haven Colony Historical Society, Paper, v. 1 and 5, 97461N; O'Donoghue, D. J., comp., The Huaior of Ireland, 827H; Osborn, H. F., SFrom the Greeks to Darwin, B7BO; Parfcer, G., Tho Trail of the Sword, P22i3; Perelaer, M. T. H. Ran Away froth the Dutch, JP415R; Pollock, W. H. knd J., lady, American Theatricals, 792B; Price, W. T., The Technique of the Drama, 8082P; Pushkin, a., Poema, 8917: ; Putnam, G. P., and Jones, L. E., com s, Tabular Views - of Universal Histary, 902P9; Pyle, ! H., Twilight 1, JP99T; Ritchie, A. L T., Chap- tersifrom Some Unwritten Memoira, BR51A; Robinson, C. N4 The British Fleet, 359R. . .! T::.1: llobinson, c. b., I" naraons of the Bon dage and the Exodus', 91332 R5; Roose velt,' T., The Winning of the West, v3. 1784-1790, 377 R; Rowlanda, E. A., My Pretty Jane, R796.1r Seawell, M. E., rhrough Thick and Thin,: and the Mid shipmen's Mess, J Bel T; Seward, T. F., rhe School of, Life, 214S; Shaler, N. 8.. 3ea and Land, 55143; Sheppard, N., Be :ore.' an 'Audience, 8086S3r Spofford, H. ?., and others, Three Heroines of New SnrtandjumceM '-L ADMIT ITS EFFICACY. Dr. David Kenuedy'a Favorite Rem tdy All li la Claiuied. The In tor out token in the almost mlreou- lous euros made by Dr. Kennedy's Favorite Kuutudy at Athens, N. Y and otbei pianos. resulted In tbe Albany, N. V, Journal sending a apeolal representative to Alliens 10 luvesu Unto tue om, and it was louii.i that many of tue cures uuda by ibis utedloiuo were simply wonderful. Ill tue ctL.t tif Mr. Lewla Tlnw. who bad tihronlo klUuny illiwaxo, Mm. CaapiT Uroiilu sulferliig trom femaie troubles, and Mm. Win. iiuauy who suaorwl trom guuvral promra tlun, all uf tbe e cam weru abanduued by thulr attending phlolana. Dr. David Ken. niviy'i KdV.iritu Uvmcdy waa thiu uaed by them and In every uaae an abaoluta oure waa etfeuted. Tales of the Punjab, JSt35T; Stevenson, T and Murphy, 8. F., eds.. Treatise on Publlo Health, 3v 613S5; Stuart, R. M., The Story of Babette, JStVIS; Taylor, 8. M., comp., The Humour of Spain, 867H; Thomas, E. M., Lyrics and Son nets, 8114T15; Thomson, J. L., History ot the Indian Wars nnd War of the Revolution, 973T9; Tomllnson, E. T., The Search for Andrew Field, JT59W1; Vago, A. L., Instructions in the Art of Modelling In Clay, 731V; Vedder, H. C, American Writers of To-day, 8104V; Walker, F. A., General Hancock, BH191 C; Warner, C. D., The Golden House, W242.3; Watson, J. (Ian Maclaren). Be side the Bonnie Brier Bush, W331.1; White, E. O., When Molly Was Six. JW581W; Whitney, C. W., A Sporting Pilgrimage, 790W; Wilson, A. J., Plain Advice About Life Insurance, 3683W; Wilson, J. G., ed., The Presidents of the United States, 923173W; Winter. W., Life and Art of Joseph Jefferson, BJ 352B; Yeats, W. B., The Celtic Twi light, 398Y1; Z., Z., A Drama In Dutch, Zll.l; Stoddard, J. L., Scenlo America, the Beauties of the Western Hemis phere, 9173xS9; Theuriet, A., The Abbe Daniel, T34.6; United States Eleventh Census, Extra Census Bulletin, The Five Civilized Tribes In Indian Territory, 9703xU; Warner, C. F ed.. Picturesque Berkshire, 917441xW: Warner, C. F.. ed., Picturesque Hampden, 917442xW; Wer ner Co., The, pubs., The Columbian Gal lery, A Portfolio of Photographs from the World's Fair, 606xW; Wharton, A. H., Colonial' Days and Dames, 9732W; Wharton, F., ed., The Revolutionary Diplomatic Correspondence of the Unit ed States, 6v 32773W. KEIF X EAR'S EVE. Varlom Danoea Till Evening-The Old Year Ont nnd the New Year In. Nearly all the German societies will give a dance this evening, dancing the old year out and the new one In. The Arions will give a dance in their hall fpr the members of the society only and their families. The Harugarl Liedertafel will also give a sociable In their hall for the members. The Turn Vereln will have an entertainment in Turn hall. The Aarbelter Maennerchor will give a entertainment In Aurora hall. Ilia Singing society will hold 1 1 Germania hall. Btle No. 8, K. G. E., will give 1 in Pyramid hall, State street, Hine Place, this evening. enlng' the tenth annual ball 1 irt of the St. Ignatius' T. A, i oclety will be held in Har- II. The Second Regiment or vill furnish music and Pro- fessor ijnn will prompt. The grand march will be started at 8:30. ,The committees are as follows: Grand conductor, John E. McGowan; assistant conductor, James F. Murphy; execu tive committee, J. G. McGowan,- chair man; James F. Murphy, James F. Hope, John P. Buckley, James L. Brady, J. J. Cohane, Patrick L. Har klns, James J. Keeenan, John J. Kll- lan, Michael F. Halloran, William F. Carroll and John J. Cullen. Floor committee James F. Byrnes chairman; John F. Kellhen, James F. Kean, Charles T. Scully, Francis A. Hope, James L. Green, Daniel P. Bree, John J. Carroll, Thomas F. Jordan, Dennis McClyne, James F. Halligan and William F. Rourke. Reception committee John J. McAvoy, chair man; Thomas F. Mulligan, Michael F. Halloran, John H. Cain, Thomas F. Kelleher, John .F. Gibbons, Thomas Fogarty, Charles J. Keane, William H. Harty, Thomas J. Caffey and John F. Cohey. The annual ball of Canton Aurora No. 12. P. M., L O. O. F., will take place in Harugarl hall on New Year'B night. The Philharmonic orchestra will furnish the music. A handsome souvenir program will be presented to each lady in the opening march. A Meltable Fountain ten. The Parker Fountain pen, for sale by McKee, the newsdealer, on State street, is winning golden opinions and com mands a large sale all over tbe country. Call and see the pen at McKej's, No. 457 State street. It Is a U pen; price only 43. d27 tt POWDER . Absolutely Pure A cream of tartar baking powder. Highest of ail In leavening strength, Latest United States Government Food Report. Royal Baking Powd-r Co.. 100 Wall St.. N. Y Dlstrlot of New Haven, ss. Probate Court,) December 29th. 1894. f ESTATE of MARTHA CHAPMAN, late of Mew Haven, In said district, deceased. The Court of Probatefor the dlstrlot of New Haven hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time will be de barred a recovery. All persona indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to . CATHA KINK B. CHAPMAN, 031 2dlw Administratrix. , ; alb violins. T ABE and choipe collection for sale. J.V d24U 185 WALL STREET. FURNISHED ROOM WITH BOARD. IT OR. two. 111.00; also two rooms with use Of ii.w aua.auai per wees, uoara ir IP : SWLMSjja, 1 J(.li., ThlsOOloe. Street's Perfection Buckwheat. The hone of the blos soms ground in the grain. DELICIOUS CAKES. Wi ,CPJ $cai gstatc. For Sale at a Bargain, ANEW Mahogany Cabinet Case Reming ton Typewriter, good as new; never used over a duzon times. Would make an el egant practical Christmas or New Year's present. For sale at BEECHER'S EXCHANGE, KooulNo, 1 Lyon Building, dntf 789 Chapel stieet. FOR SALE. A fine lot on Sherman Avenue, running from street to street. Trolley cars very near. Offered at a reason able price. JOHN C. PUNDERFORD, lieChuroh street. FOR SALK, ALIGHT Portland otitter, In flrst-ohus order and best maker. , CHJULES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Monday and Saturday evenings. FOR SALE, A GOOD PAYING HOUSE. Would take a building lot or farm la ex chuuge. R. E. BALDWIN, d&w 818 Chapel street. FARM FOR SALE, YEBY fine location, on main roRdl i Wood bridire. Latin-, roomy bulldi'gs, line shade, abundance of fruir, puresprlng water; excellent summer home. Call or address GEORGE A. ISBELL, 787 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. FOR SALE, A HOUSE on Olive street, near Chapel st.r lot 6(1x200. Prioewlli be made low and terms very easy to a prompt buyer. MERWIN'S Real Estate Offloe, s30 768 Chapel street. A Fine Residence ON Howard avenue for sale ; has 10 rooms, m dern Improvements, and Is in per feet order. Lot 60 feet front. Easy terms. CHAS. D.NICOLL &CO., 83 Church street, (Bencdlot Building), room 15. Evenings from 7 to 8. Westville to Have Rapid Transit. BUILDING Mots on Main, Fountain, West Prospect, WlUard, Alden, Barnett, and other desirable residence streets in Westville, for sale at prices ranging from two to tea cents per square foot. Now is the time to buy. For particulars oall on or address H. C. PARDEE. n!2tf 128 Fountain street, Westville. REAL ESTATE. uuuuiug JJVVBi Loans on City Property. EDWARD M. CLARK, 131 CHUHOH STREET, Evenings 7 to 8. Room IS. FOR SALE. On Whltnpv A von no A 0 T-nn U,A 11 Improvements, large lot, at $75 per fobt,'iu cluding bouse. At Woostor Park on easy terms, a one. family new bouse, Lot 80x70. Price $3,500. Money to Loan in Gums to Suit. Offloe Open Evenings, L. G. HOADLEY, Boom 8. Hoadley Building, 9 Church St. d8 "Sim Two-family House, Sheffield Avenue. All Improvements, One Cent a Word each insertion, flva cents Word for a full Week, save) times. WAXI'KD. BOT about 16 in gnwiTy store, dill It e.r U II R K.N K AND CH ESTOTT WAXTKD, SITITATION OUie)-Hii-nugrapher, rapid, auourate, snwral yours' experleooet ref erimo a from preavnt i iniii.iyera. d'l tilt "AlX I'ftvrE'Bog H. WANTED, AFIRSTcliiMuarrlage wood worker, on. wmi la thnpiiigiiit oxTleiicnd, and iinilnnitandN all Its hraneliea. To aucb a ouw g hhI wanes und steady wrk will lie given, Ad irinta l;il ;itt 11, J. iL,L,r.it, diiahen, X. V. WANTED. ERMAN. single, wants work: understands X earo of borsiM ami fHnulng. l IM K'll.l.MOliK 8TRBET. WANTED. WAITRESS IW, oxk mid general bouse, workulrls, fltnatlona riirnlsbed free, HiirhKlloLI) AL'AIU.tIlV,a6Unter8t. u -V WANTED, X."kOA FOR one years will give good bonus. yWl'rtattf 'A.ldrwts HOXtW. WANTED, BY an nxperlenrwl doiible-ntry bookkeep. ur (liiitv). position; jruod rnternnoi-s. Ad dreas ilitf :t 0. .. O.urlur Offloe. WANTED. TOUNC man. truilwnrthr anil nil an. qunliiied In thlacliy, want, work ; would drive town, work In factiirv nr d anvthlmf hlnh riniio prove a siviiuy 11m : gouo rcrer Adilrew. u . W Tills Offloe. enuea, WANTED, BY an exoellent girl a situation to do house, work, or will un laundry work or kitchen, work. Him has city refer oiiimh aud will be a handv girl In a hniituliuld. All kinds ot help furnished for city or country. BARTHOLOMEW'S, 51 Orange street. Oniiriefroy's Old Btand. WANTED. TTERTnODYni-eillngservantstooall here, J Wo en pply all t lie iit. We have sorted nut and dlsvardcd most of tho uhoIoss olasa. Thtwo sock new olHcoa (whore they are not known), which are apringlng up constantly, W e have been hero years and use Judgment, selecting only thoxii that will do the work re quired. We have tho finest facilities and oaa serve you better thmi anyone else. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, au 775 Chapel atreet. Philadelphia Dental Rooms, 781 Chapel Street. Teeth olnaned, 75a Teeth tilled with Amalgam, Mo, Teeth filled with Sliver, T60. Teotb tilled with Gold, fl.lOaud up. Teeth extraoted, Sao, Vltallxed Air, SOo. Teeth Extracted Without Pain by the use of our Vitalized Air, made fresh at our offloe, Offloe Open at All Honrs. L. D. MONKS, D. D. 8., Manager, OF BENEFITS FOR Our friends have become so accustomed to selecting their housekeeping outfits and then having 20 per cent, taken off the bill for cash, that we are obliged to continue this sale for a short time longer. Come on while it lasts, tho more the merrier whether you wish to furnish your house entire, or simply buy a chair, a rug, or a lamp. By the way, have you fig ured it out yet ? 20 per cent for cash that is savings bank interest for five years. Can you afford to let this chance go by ? We think not, BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housofnrnishers, '4-70 Orange street, corner of Center GENTS! Let me whisper in your ear that our Patent Leather Shoes Are made from i Hfiil's ImnnrffiH PatRnt P.aW $500 !;( Needle Toe, Opera Toe, xnw lurK im rani 'I'ml . ' A. B. &EEEW00D, , 71irUaPCI STDfET - ' Store closed evening! exoept Monfafr I i mm ana eaiuraay. , .