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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. MONDAY, DECEMBER 20 1897.
fefaslf Dptfj- lteftsipii The Me rry Christ urns Will soon be. ringing music of their chimes hearts of our friends This Store With its varied assortment iai nonaay gins, is ine mecca ror an m searcn or suitable presents to gladden the hearts, of loved ones. Hefe Xmas shopping is made easy, and to the joy of giving is added the pleasure of se lecting the gift from such a wealth of things. Useful Presents Have been most in demand for the past few years the hard times may' have something to do with it. Be that as it may, the hard times are past and useful presents seem most in demand still. Handkerchiefs Are among the most popular of Holiday Gifts. They're here thousands of themin all their snowy whiteness. No matter what price you may wish to pay, you can be suited with out a doubt. We have them from 6 cents to $8,50 each. Kid Gloves This store has long been headquarters for the best in Kid Gloves ; they make acceptable presents. We sell the celebrated " Trefousse " Kid Gloves, and we guarantee every pair. j Umbrellas In a changeable climate like ours an Umbrella is a useful thing to have. Why not give a -good Umbrella for a Xmas pres ent ? We're showing some beauties very reasonable in price kll kept m repair one year, and engraved, without charge. , Jackets ; More Jackets to choose ... from, Better Jackets and fower prices for equal values . than anywhere in New Haven. Acceptable Christmas Presents. Fur Capes-? Here0 too, stock is too large and same general price re ductions brings thsm down within reach of all. Acceptable Christmas Presents.. Small Fnrs- Specially handsome neck pieces in Collarettes at $5.00 4, each Acceptable Christinas Presents. Silk Waists-? We choose twenty -five more much higher priced Fancy Silk Waists, and pin them on our $3.98 rack just to stir things up. Silk Petticoats Know any more desirable article for a gift ? No ques tion of fitting and nothing more pleasing to a woman, We sav buy a Silk Petticoat, if you are in doubt. 762-768 Chapel Street. Bells May the sweet bring joy to the and patrons S jfi j& of useful as well as ornamen- Silks For Gifts. Merrily the Silk selling goes on. Christmas buying made ; easy with the enormous stock ' largest in New England Special lot of Fancy Silks at 50c. and 69c. a yard Dress Goods For Gifts Not all buying "gim cracks." Hundreds buying Wool Dress lengths to give away that's good sense, and we meet the demand with special Dress Patterns at .. $2.79 and $4.79. Men's Neckwear. Special Xmas choosing from our SO cent line of nob by made-up Scarfs, in superior silks. Holiday Counter. Center aisle the great at attraction this week. Here spread before you hundreds of pretty and useful things for gifts, especially Sterling Silver Novelties, Pocket Books and Children's Toy Books, etc. 762-768 Chapel Street. T. JEItOME HAYES' NEW YORK CONCERT. I.aat Friday eventns the pupils of Mr. T. Jerome Hayes, the popular voice t oueher of our city, gave a recital at ('arneglo hall, New York, assisted by Ir. E. A. Parsons, the pianist. A very largo audience listened to the fine programme and showed much de light and approcatlon of the perform ance. The pupils all displayed much skill, and the result of a most excellent method of training. Mr. Parsons played several of his original compositions, with the refined finish and elegant style for which he Is noted, and his audience received him with much enthusiasm. After tho concert Mr. Hayes enter tained a party of thirty, at the' Hotel Grenoble. M011E SUNDAY LAW VIOLATORS. Sergeant Hayes and Officer Cauliield of the Grand avenue precinct yesterday 'i.fternoon shortly after 3 o'clock found Antonio Sionga selling Ikjuor in the apartments over his saloon at 67 Wnl .ice street. Four men were found In a room drinking. About 4 o'clock the same officers made n rwoop upon the house of Edward Ford at 19 Greene street, adjoining his saloon. Nine men were found drinking beer In the kitchen. There Is no fence between the back yards of the saloon and the house, but a tight fence between the saloon and tho house prevents a view of the back yard from the street. Ford was carrying beer by pallfuls from the saloon to the crowd . drinking in the Hause "'h,pn the :,fTrrs appe"e,d- Both SOMETHING FOR NOTHING. Elegant Line of Articles Given Away for Ozone Soap Wrappers. A long list of useful and ornamental articles are offered for Ozone soap trade marks. Get your friends and neighbors to use Ozone soap and give J'ou the wrappers, then go to Wood's Bicycle Exchange. 1S5 Orange street, two doors south of Court, and get one or more of ihese articles free. All that is necessary is to cut the ade mark (the hand holding a bar of iap) from tho wrapper. Among the nicies given are sleds, express wagons, skates, desks, tables, etc. This is a chance to get something for nothing r nd should arouse everyone to the use cf Ozone soap. CHRISMAS AT UNITED CHURCH. The annual Christmas celebration for he Sunday school children of the Unlt 1 church will take place next Wednes- ay at the chapel. In the afternoon the it tie ones will have their jubilee, in the evening the older ones. "JUST WHAT I'VE BEEN LOOKING FOR," said a lady the other day. Of course she referred to those Imported English Strawberry ana Raspberry. No doubt many people are looking for a first-class English Jam at a very low price for that class of goods. 'Twill pay you to fill your pantry with a sufficient winter stock, for we were only able to. secure a limited quantity ot these goods and they'll not remain long at J8c. a jar; $ $2.00 a doz. Johnson & Brother, 411 & 413 STATE STREET. M ri. For the HOLIDAYS. Our shelves, counters and store rooms are packed full of Holiday goods. We can't begin to enu merate everything. , Our specialty this week will be : Tine Mlxpd Nuts, only 10c lb. English Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Ppcans, Filberts, Aluionds, Fancy WrnneR, Large CIuBter Raisins in fancy boxes, 23c. ew rigs. New Dates, .New Raisins, Citron. Lemon and Oranire reels. Evaporated Peaches, Evaporated Rnsp- Dprrios, rrunes. To SANTA CLAUS: We desire to call your attention to the fact that, no matter what Sunday school you belong to, we can furuish you with good candy at low price especially low price, hifteen tons stock to select from. Free Chocolate. Call "and get a cup of Whitman's instantaneous Chocolate. N. a. FOLLHtTQH Proprietor, 926 Chapel Street, 1231 Chapel Street. BOS race At hall's, mm The story in a nutshell. Regarding the quality of our HOLIDAY GROCERIES, we ask you to be guided solely by your own past experience and recollection no appeab to the imag ination, CHRISTHAS CANDLES. Blf; follows, weighing a pound each 25 cts. Little ones, 36 in a box, assorted colors, 10 cts, box. FOR CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS we have Chocolate Creams in small, decorated boxes. The shapes and pictures are novel and pretty, none of them being of the "chestnutty" order. Little folks are quick to appreciate this. 1 3 cts. each. COOKING WINES are needed below stairs. The sorts sold hero will aid, not balk, your cook's efforts. OUR CHRlSTrlAS BOXES contain special assortments of the very nicest and newest fancy Groceries, costing from $1.00 up to 15.00. as you may select. Send or call for Printed List describing them in detail. Ibis item it worth your careful consideration, FRUIT CAKE, excellent quality, one pound In a box, 25 cts. CIGARS, Not the kinds gotten up to palm off during the Holiday rush, but honest, clear Havana and Imported brands, that the connoisseur knows all about and will appreciate. "FOOD NEWS," our little store journal, Christmas Number, Is ready. It hints of Holiday Groceries more fully than newspaper space can. Call or send for a copy, free. PLUM PUDDING, with which to end the Christmas Dinner. Mrs. Hardcastle's Home-made, one pound, 38c; two pounds, 75c. l:ranco-Amerlcan,one pound, 30c; two pounds, 55c; three pounds, 80c. Richardson & Robblns, one pound, 05c; two pounds, 45c; three pounds, 55c. 770 CJiafcl St. IN GUILFiORD. County Health Officer Carleton E. Hoadlcy has appointed Dr. Kedfleld B. West to succeed Dr. G. P. Reynolds, who died a few days ago. Dr. Reynolds had sued Dr. West and when the ap pointment came up the friends of Dr. Reynolds opposed the appointment of Dr. West and supported Dr. Beebe. The contest has been sharply waged. Dr. Wests' term of office expires in October, 1899. I'M Sense. It stands to reason that Dr. Agnew's Liver Bills will crowd out of the market many of the nauseous old timers. A better medicine nt less than hnlf the price is nil the argument needed to keep tho demand whnt It lias been phenomenal 40 doses J.U cents. They cure Sick Headache, Bilious ness, anil allay all stomacn irritations. At all druggists' sola uy ia. a. uessner, E. Hewitt & Co. 28. -t Tntcnt Stove Brick are Warranted. d2 ly $2.93. Another factory gone wrong and you have the benefit through us. A hand some arm rocker, uphol stered seat, for $2.93. Sold everywhere from $4 to $5. Ladies' Desks in solid ma- hogany, birdseye maple, oak or birch, $3.60. Not stained over and called mahogany, but the genuine wood. Novelties in Furniture, in Carpets and Rugs, in Lamps and Dinner Sets, in every department. 10 per cent, discount and Trading Stamps on every thing. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete (Iousoturiiig'.un, Orange and Center streets OPTICAL. FINE LEATHER and TOILET SUNDRIES Selected with special reference to tho HOLIDAY TRADE. An Opera or Field Glass, Telescope, Microscope, (jrapjioseope, xuermomeier, uammeier. a liiiir of Kve Glasses, neail handle Render, an ever-ready Fountain Pen or a ense of Drawing instruments, mnst acceptable nresentB. For many years we have carried tho best assortment or Fine Leather Goods eltv. PocliOtboohs. rnrses. Card Cases Cigar 'nses Mutch Safes, Chate liiiiie ' Biics, Dressing Cases, Cuff and Collar Boxes. Pocket Flnsks, Drinklns ('iips Desk Pads, etc., including many Novelties In style and nmterial not found elsewhere. OUR STOCK OF Toilet Requisites, including the specialties of oil the popu lar makers, both foreign and domestic, are too well known to need description. Ivory Back Hnir, Cloth and Nail Brushes, Shoe' Horns. Button Hooks. Trinket Trays, Manicure Sets, Fancy Atomizers. Triplicate Mirrors, Scissors' Cases, Pocket Knives, with many novelties In gold, silver and pearl. E. L WASIBOi k U Church and 61 Center streets. SIlNlATUUtC ALMANAC. DEO. SJ. Sum Kirk. "M Sun Sues. I Moon Rises, I Hton Water 3:3:1 I 7:09 DEATHS. MKRRITT In tills city, December IStu, Mrs. Juno Dlbblee Merrltt, aged 07 years, 10 months, H days. Funeral from her lute residence, 78 Dlcker iniiii Htreet, Tuesday afternoon lit three o'clock. 2c" BOWERS In Chicago, III., oil Friday, De comber 17th, Louise Bennett, wife of Lloyd W. Bowers, tuul only clilld,of Hon. Thomus Wilson of St. l'uul, Minn. MARINE LIST. ;gffrortT Ob1 NEW haven. ARRIVED. Soli Vllilng, eonl. Beh Crescent, Sell M. B. lumber. Dotheday, Newport News, MehatTey, Plilln, coal. Milieu, Cavalier, Norfolk, Sell C. R. Flint, Hurt, Norfolk, lumber. Bull Anna B. Jacobs, Wilson, N. 1'., Iron. . Bell Green County 'fanner, Hyde, Kings ton, stone. Boh E. IT. Clark, Hornsby, Woodbrldge Creek, N, J., brick. Son Grace Seymour, Holmes, Phlla, coal. Sell George 10. Dudlev, Wilson, Norfolk. Sen John L. Trout, Greenlaw, Brunswick, Gu., lumber to S. S. Mill Co. CLEARED. Soli John M. Brown, Holmes, Norfolk. Sell Chus. Tuttle, Bowuu, Newport News. Bcu . nrrie A. liurknian, Stubbs, N. Y. Sell Carrie Earler, (Br.) Thompson, N. Y. Sell Norman Gray, . Sell Mlla H. Biirnes. Mclntyre, N. Y. Sen Josephine, Harris, N. Y. Sell Suriiii Ann, Me.Mulleu, N. Y. SILVER KNIVES. KNIVES that sharpen and cut, swaged steel blades unrt hollow handles. They're "181? Rogers Brothers" K.ilves. , d'-'O 22 LINSLEY & L1GHTBOURN. SLIPPERY FUN. BOYS' and Gills' Skates and Sleds. "U.S." and "Peck & Snyder" Skates. Solid Sleds of beauty that make a juvenile Merry Christmas, da) 22 LINSLEY & LIGHT-BOURN. TURKEY CARVERS. KEEN, long, Umber knife blades. Slim, trim, stout, hold-fast tines. Horny hand ed nanuiug. Dull prices. C120 : LINSLEY & LIGIITBOURN. POCKET KNIVES. GOOD many good ones. Stag, Ivory, and pearl handles. But the blameless Press button Knife takes the cake. Free kid cases with nil of 'em. d20 22 LINSLBY& LIGHTBOURN. SLBfiS TiVEYpRBB! FOR 50 OZOKE SOAP WRAPPERS. A Flrst-Clast Coaster finished on natural wood, vcept top, which is tastily ornamented. Has round spring shoes lor speed. CIVEM AWAY AT C A. WOOD'S BICYCLE EXCHANGE, 185 Orange Street, dCO tf Two Doors from Court. TO LOAN, $100,000, in Sums to Suit. HENRY A. PALLMAN, 116 Church Street, Rooms 9 and ti. my 20 A Slice of the Earth for $200. FIVE DOLLARS CASH. BALANCE FIVE DOLLARS A MONTH. R. E. BALDWIN, fl&W S18 CHAPEL STREET. For Sale, DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT. No. 232 anu at i kaimmjim ni ki-jut, six-rnmlly house; all In good order. Low price and easy terms. W. D. JUDSON, 868 Chapel street. CAPITAT,, siop.ooo. AUTHORIZED OAPITAE, 1,000,000. rn NEW HAVEN. CHARTERED by the State of Connecti cut with authority to act as Executor, Ad ministrator, Guardian, Receiver or Trustea under will or deed. Is a legal depository of money paid Into Court nnd all Public Trust Funds. Acts as trustee for Municipalities, Corporations and Individuals, and administers trusts of all kinds. Empowered to act as registrar of stocks, bonds, or other evidences of Indebt edness, inanaee sinking funds, and do all business such as Is usually dons by Trust companies. It also does a general Banking business, co eetina checks, notes, counons. and re ceive deposits. The principal of eaoh Trust is mvesieu uy useu anu Kept separate ana apart from the general assets of (he Com pany, t This Comrmnv Is by law regularly exRnv hied by the Bank Examiner of the State of Connecticut. HENRY Xj. HOTOHKISS, President. EUGENE S. BRISTOL. Treasurer. MECHANICAL DRAWING, AND MATHEMATICS. P. R. HONET, sm ini (jnurcn street. THE DESSAUEH-TIlOOSTWrK School of Musle. 781 Chapel Street. The only complete Institution of this kind In Connecticut. Vocal and Instrumental Instruction. Pupils prepared for the Mil sichl department of Yale. Olllco hours: 13 to 1 and 4 to a p. m. ESTABLISHED 1871. Hew Haven Conservatory of Music, 62 CHURCH STREET. E. A. PARSONS, Director. Private Instruction In Piano, Organ, Instruction In Voice and Musical Theory. 04 3m SHOULD YOU DESIRE to place your son In one of the best select boarding schools in New England, send him to the LITCHFIELD INSTITUTE. where be will receive thorough Instruction in all academic and commercial branches, besides good care and a pleasant home. For terms, rates, etc., address i'rot. J. M. LEE, Principal, Litclitleld, Conn. TESTIMONIAL. "Prof. Lee is energetic, thorough and practical, and has the faculty of Imparting his instruction effectively. He is both a good teacher and a food business man, his pupils have been well and practically t,Uhf. WM. (I. PRATT "Editor New Haven Journal and Courier." lecii ai Dprtieiif INSTRUCTION GIVEN AT VERU HALL, 156 and 138 ORANGE STREET, by WM. BROOKES DeGARMO OF NEW YORK CITY. New Evening Classes Now Forming For f'lll particulars please call Saturdays from 2 to 4 p. m. ui Estate. FOH RENT. FRONT oDlcetgood light; steam heat. BZ1 tt THE GEORGE H. FOltp CO. TO KENT. FROPERTT for storase or light manufao- luruig purposes, m jjj nign street. Also u barn on the premises for rent. uSl tf THOS. PHILLIPS & SON. FOIi SALE. 1,000 SET Patent Stove Brick. Every sot warranted, uruers received d2 ly 703 STATE. FOB SALE. 10 tenement family building lot on Dag gett street. EDWARD M. CLARK, 015 7t 42 Church street. FOR KENT, I2S 4...ADLEY, for one or two families, all Improvements, $40. Greene st., 7 rooms, 2d floor, all luiprovements, $25. oS2 Grand, B rooms, 2d lioor,-$ia. 41 Charles, 0 rooms, 2d floor, $0. WM. II. BEEOHKiv & SON, tll.l 7t 831 Chapel street. FOR RENT. TENEMENT, No. 100 Howe street, ten rooms, all Improvements. Apply d!4 7t Dr. A. B. SMITH, 94 Howe st Rents Collected L L BASSETT, 42 Church st. Room 300. FOR RENT. COMFORTABLE, 14-room house, nil Im provements, 245 Orchard street near Chapel; at a very modest rent to desirable tenant. Call Office n2a tf F. M. BROWN & CO. FOR SALE. ' A HOUSE and two acres of land In East Haven; easy payments; a bargain. I have also a half dozen fine cotton and rice plantations, foot of Blue Ridge, South Carolina. Also a number of farms in ex change for city property. d13 7t G. W. SMITH, 450 Elm street. FOR SALE. House on Sheffield avenue. Houses In block on Little Orange street House on Wooster street, near Olive st. House on St. John street, near Olive st House on Beers street. All of the above can be bought below market value, and with little cash down. and will rent to net 6 per cent Msrwin's Real Estata Offisa, n22 740 Chapel street For Sale, A NEW TWO-FAMILY HOUSTC ON SHEFFIELD AVENUE, ALL IMPROVE MENTS $5,000. Money to Loan at 5 per cent GEORGE F. NEWCOM3, ' Room .122. Exchange Bulld'g. 121 Church st. For Sale, FARM 90 ACRES. GOOD BUILDINGS. NICE LOCATION. LAND HIGH STATE OF CULTIVATION. Price low ; terms easy. Call on or address GEORGE A. ISBELL, d!5 708 Chapel Street For Sale, The Brick Dwelling House, No. 181 Mea rooms. All modern aow street; 12 or 14 rooms. Improvements. Lot 27.5x138. CHABLESII. WEBB, 850 Chapal Str'ast Open Monday until 8 p. m. For Sale, ONE-FAMILY HOUSE, WESTERN PART OF THE CITY, EIGHT. ROOMS, MOD ERN IMPROVEMENTS, $3,800 JOHNC. PUNDERFORD, 116 CHURCH STREET. Patent Stove Brick are Cheapest. d2 ly REAL ESTATE. Central Investment properties, lmnroved and unimproved. First-ciass resmenceB and lots. Desirable two-family dwellings. MONEY TO LOAN. G. W. OSBORN. BOOM 20, BENEDICT BUILDING, 82 CHURCH STREET. A High Grade Home FOR SALE IN WEST HAVEN. A strictly modern eight-room house a home to be proud of. Thoroughly bu..t of best materials; large reception hall, with tiled nrepiace; oatnroora large ana pleasant, with open plumbing' liirht, cheerful kitchen. Think of having eight fine closets; polished floors in hall.kltchen and bathroom; gas; two water cioseis, lunmce, cemontea eel lnr! laundry with set tubs In basement. One of the best homes for the price In this county. Now ready to decorate. Shown with pleasure. Knsv terms. . FREDRIQUE R. LEWIS Mornings at 852 Chapel street. New Haven; aiternoons ui seiner si.t west iiuven, FOR SALE, THE PROPERTY KNOWN AS THE LATE GEORGE A. BASSERMAN'S, Situated on the corner of State aid Rock streets, consisting o,f dwelling house, brew ery, and about three acres of land. Can be purchased at 25 per cent of its original cost. Money to Loan in Sums to Suit, L. 6. HOADLEY. BOOM 2, HOADLEY BUILDING, 49 Church Street. Office open evenings. ' Foreclosure Sale. NOTICE. Pursuant to an crder of the Sunerlnr t ourt ror riartrora uonnty, in suit of Tho Hartford Building & Loan Association vs. Joseph Goldreyer et al., the undersigned win sen at puunu auction on Tuesday, January 4th, 1898. at 12 o'clock, noon, the premises known as No. 1GG Oak Street, in New Haven; lot about 71x166, with new istory brick apartment house thereon, con taining 16 tenements of 5 rooms ench, with bath, closet aud boiler in each tenement. Terms, ten per cent, of price payable at time or sale; Daiance on delivery or aoen:, dlSllt&JaS OLIVER 8. WHITE, A New Central Business Building. ffi7poAN7 One Cent a Word each insertion, fle cents a Word for u full "Week, seven times. WANTED. A COMPETENT girl for general house- ij.j reiereures requiren. d20 u 135 WALL ST. WANTED. COMMERCIAL travelers and canvasser!) ny renuoio house. A new, sensible, useful line, amoral pay. Address UULUU.MU & HOKE MFG. CO., 80 Greenwich street, New York. d20 lm IV A V PI.' ! EXPERIENCED cook mid laundress; refer vuces requu'ea. vjiui ac 3S0 WHITNEY AVE., dl4 tf cor. Cottage street WANT IS D. BEST Swedish and German servants are all sccureu uere, Employment Agency, Ju tf 775 CHAPEL ST. Patent Stove Brick Bake Best. d2 iy Patent Stove Brick Last Longest d2 ly ANTIQUES AND CURIOS. DON'T miss calling at MALLOR Y'S ujj it uia curiosity Bhon. BUFFALO LITHIA WATER cures Brlghfa iixeuse. rumpniets on application. rro prletor, Buffalo Llthla Springs. Va. oawtfl XMAS GIFTS IN the Antique; tine line. MALLOBY'S , V au n Uld Curiosity Shop. ; LOST. JEWELED Society Pin; owner's name en graveu on pack, suitable reward If re turned to THE GEORGE H. FORD COM PANY. n24 tf SECOND-HAND square piano, good jnake. Tt-ij vut-u-ij. .uumre ot uivtuis a RObE, East Gruad avenue, Fair Haven, Conn. die 7t : FOR SALE. rEDIGREB fox terrier, beautifully marked. uiuck uuu tun ueua, wuite Doay, nouse broken; nice Christmas present for lady. d!7 St Inquire at 58 HAZEL ST. A FEW BOAKKRIIS CAN be accommodated at 42 NICOLL ST 1'ieasaiit rooms; furnace heat: with bath room. dl8 3t . ALL KINDS ANTJyuE goods, Curios, Novelties, etc., foff iionuay uuts. fliAULUltlt'lj Old Unrlos ity Shop. Open evenings until Christ" mas. dl8 7t DON'T MISS MALLORY'S Old Curiosity Shop. Open evening!) until unnstmas. ais 71 THE NEW HAVEN COUNTY NA-' TIONAL BANK. New Haven, Conn., Dec. 10, 1807. The annual meeting of the stockholders of this bank, for the election of directors to serve tne ensuing year, win oe neld at their banking house on Tuesday, January 11,1808. Polls open from 11 o'clock a. m. to 12 m. dll 27t w jaO H. G. REDFIELD, Cashier, THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK OF NEW HAVEN. , Tho annual meeting of the stockholders! of The Second National Bank of New Ha ven, lor tne election or directors and tho transaction of other lawful business,, will be held at its banking house in the city of New Haven on Tuesday, January 11th, 180S, between the hours of 11 a. m. and 12 m. chas. A. shbldon. Cashier. New Haven, December 11, 1897. dll oaw 4t and Jail ' Our Christmas Poultry. THE FINEST OF THE SEASON. Chickens. Turkeys. Ducks, and Geese: all beauties and very cheap. uome early ror your cnoice selections. Hundreds of bargains ail this week. Special Sparerlbs 6c per pound. PALACE MARKET. 92-96 Georire street. 1-2-3 Central Market Congress avenue. E. SCHOENBERGER & SON. At Bartholomew's. An American girl Is waiting for situation! for lleht housework, or second wark nnrf sewing. Also Swede girl for housework. i nave a variety oi neip ror aa aomestia purposes. out or town oraers a specialty. Open evenings. 102 Orange Street, Bowditch Building, Room No. 11. its $Kftmvtlstt)X6nts. COMMITTEE ON CLAIMS. The Committee on Claims will meet In Room 10 and 11. City Hall, on Monday. De. cember 20, 1897, at 8 p. in., for the purpose) of considering the following matters: uomniuiucatiou rrom his Honor, tne A4uxryn In ...if, .xi... wi r MhiMiInn ii.i-!.i. eers' license fees. Petition of trustees under will of w. Ov Armstrong for return of taxes alleged to have been overpaid. communication rrom wincnester Repent ing Anns Co. relating to assessment for sewer In Shelton avenue. - All persons Interested in the foreeolng are hereby notilied to appear and be beard; thereon without further notice. Per order, F. CHILLING WORTH, Chairman. Attest: EDWARD A. STREET. d!8 2t Assistant City Clerk. NOTICE TO PUBLISHERS. New Haven. December 18, 1897. Sealed nronosals will be received nt. Rnnmf ' 15, City Hall, until Tuesday, December 28, ' 1807, at 12 iu., for printing, binding, and lettering copies of the City Charter, Re vised Ordinances, etc. Sneclflcat ons for said work ana informa tion concerning same will be furnished on apnllcation at Room 3, 157 Church street. jno proposals win De receivea alter tna time specified, and a certified check made out to the order of the Controller for 5 per : cent, or tne total amount ot tne ma must accompany same. Bids must be addressed to Special Com., mission on Revision of Ordinances. The right to reieet any or all bids is here by reserved. Per order, lluiYAnu u. vvr.no, uiimruiiui. Attest: EDWIN P. LYON, dl8 3t Clerk. NOTICE TO PRINTERS. Sealed proposals for the printing and pub llshlnir of the loumal of the boards or al dermen and councllmen for the year 1898 will be received at the City Clerk's ofllce. City Hall, room 15, until 12 m. Thursday, December 30, 1897. Printed specifications, upon which saiil proposals are to be based, may be had upon application at the City Clerk's office, and must accompany the proposals. A certified ciieck lor nve per cent or the price bid per page on a basis of one thous and pages must accompany each proposal. mo ngnt is reserved to reject any ana all bids. BENJAMIN E. BROWN, Controller. RICHARD F. LYON, City Clerk. d20 It ' NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals will be received by tha Board of Selectmen of the Town of Milfnril. at their office, until 8 o'clock p. m. of Wed nesday, December 29, 1897, for the gradiuat and hardening with crashed stone or gravel ot sections or tne ssvt Haven turnpike, the Bridgeport turnpike, Derby avenue, or North street, and W est River street in ae. cordance with plans and specifications sub- mitteu to tne state Hignway oramissioner. Bids should give the .price per lineal foot for each or any of said sections (and when crushed stone Is to be nesd, the price per lineal foot, the contractor to furnish the crushed stone, and the price, provided the material is furnished by the Town), with the privilege of the Town, by Its Selectmen, to increase or diminish the number of feet on any section to be Improved. Sneclficatlons and plans may be examined at the Selectmen's office, Milford. The Selectmen reserve the right to reject any or all bids, as the interests of the Town may annear. No proposal will be received after tha time specilied. Amount of bond required, S1.000. Dated at Milford, Dec 9, 1S97. ELIAS B. BRADLEY, MILES B. PLUMB. CHARLES H. STOWE, - die lit Selectmen,