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NEW II A VEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21.1891.
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V .inn d-wiiml ion -:B llumlllon Stroet. Wiintwl Roora-W. II. H..T.inilno UutcL V iiiiliil Munition- I'iO Hlirh Wrm-t. Wanted Hooks to Kwii-lnliTtnt. Wanted Hiiiiiaiini-;w llrnud Street. Vmitei! Bltuntlon-lW flenriw Struct. Wantwt-tfltuntloii 1U Hamilton Street. Wanted Situation M Arthur Stre-t. WnntiHi BitiiBtloin K5 Meadow Street. Wanted Sltuiitlon-KI7 Gmnd Avenue. Want ed Hltuiit lon-!l Walluw St reet. Wanted fltuatlon-lW Putimin Street. Wanted Situation-awl Grand Avenue. Wanted Girl 251 Church Street. Wanted Cook WO Clinpol Street. W KAl'UUlt KttOlIU. AOBIOUITTmAL DEPARTMENT, TT7HAL DEPARTMENT, "1 OrncE or tub ( HiRr I THE WEATHKK Ill'KEAn, f N, D. C, Sept. 23. 8 p. m. J Or THE Wamtikoton Forecast for Monlity-Fnr Now England and eastern New Vork: Sliowers In tlio early morninir, followed by fiilr, cooler, winds be coming northwesterly. Local eather Report. I OK BLTIliUIlEB U, lBDi. f A.M. P.M. Barometer 80.03 29 87 Temperature 87 70 Kel. Humidity 0 W Wind Direction SW SV Wind Velocity 1 8 Weather. Cloudy Cleur Mean temperature. 68. Max. temperature. 78. Mln. temperature. M. FreolpIutiOD,.0 Inches. Klax. Telocity of wind. 15-S. Accumulated excess of temperature since January 1, 662 deitrecs; or an average daily excess of 2 degrees. Total deficiency of precipitation since Jan uary i, 13.60 Inches. H. J. COX, Observer. Note. A minus sign ( 1 prefixed to ther mometer roadiugs Indicates temperature be low zero. A "" in connection with rainfall Indicates atrnoe of rainfall too small to measure. 'Snow Is melted and resulting depth of water not known. LOVAlfSEUS. Hrlef Mention. Bishop st.house wanted. R.E.Baldwin. High water to-day at 5:56 a. ra. and 6:25 p. m. Pease & Son have received Harper's for October. Concrete walk laid and rapalred. Coiin. Concrete Co., 49 Church. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bennett of New Haven are visiting Mr. Bennett's father at 29 Division street, Danhuiy. The twenty-sixth annual reunion of the First Connecticut Light Battery will be held October 20, in Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Tyler and Mrs. F. M. Tyler of Florida are the gnosis of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Churchill in Meri den. Professor Brush of the Sheffield Sci entific school and wife are stopping for a few daya at the Turner house, in Danbury. Eugene Myers, who succeeds Observ er Cox at the signal office here, has a record of high efficiency in the service. He comes here from the Pike's Peak station. The news of the doath of Rev. J. B. Keating, formerly of this city, in Pitts burg, was a great shock to his many friends. His death occurred yesterday afternoon. Secretary An dross of the Connecticut Agricultural society estimates that the society will not lose over 62,000, this year, on account of the large attend ance on the last day. The Nor walk Gazette pays Price, Lee & Co. of this city, the well-deserved compliment of having produced by far the best Xorwalk directory the place has ever had in its history. A delightful reception was given last Friday evening in Norwich by George Caples to Miss Nellie Randolph of New Haven, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Spivery, on the west side. Joseph II. McDonald, of the livery firm of McDonald & Ransom, is seri ously ill at the New Haven house, suf fering with typhoid malarial fever. He is being attended by Drs. Sage and Frank Whit temore. William Hasselbach of this oity will leave to-day on a two months' pleasure trip. During his absence he will visit Montreal, then jump to Vancouver, thence down the Pacific- slope to Lob Angeles and Mexico. Colonel O. J. Hodge and wife of Cleveland, O., ex-speaker of the Cleve land house of representatives and also a member of the Connecticut house of representatives in 'G4-'65, is stopping at the New Haven house. W. G. Kimberly of Bridgeport has been appointed adjutant general, with rank of brigadier general, on the staff of General E. F. Durand of New Ha ven, commander in chief of the Loyal Legion In the United States. Mr. Kim berly is a member of Miller oom mandery. In answer to inquiry: The old Fifth C. V., Colonel Ferry's regiment, left Hartford for the war Monday, July SO, 1861, and came to this city by mail. Here they embarked on a steamer which took them to Elizabethport, N. J. From thence they went by rail to Jtegrt Ferry, AT SOUTH MND TO-DAT. lUanlna of tha Mew bar oftm Old Notad Fir Iparimfnt Organisation. A reunion of the Old Mutual Hook and Ladder Company No. 1, New Haven Fire department, will ba held at Smith's South End hotel to-day. A shore In ner will be served at 1:30 p. m. MutmilH will rendeivous at tha cor ner of Church and Chapel streets, Old Green, at 9:30 a. m where electrlo cars will be taken for the above place. A souvenir will be presented each Mutual, which will prove a pleasant re' minder of "Auld Lang Byne." Edwin B. Nichols, Thomaa B. Twitch- ell. James W. Walter are the commit tee of arrangements. Colonel A C. Hen- drlck Is president John O'Ncll secretary, and Henry Lyons treasurer. It Is expected that there will be be tween thirty and forty old Vets, pres ent, and a One time Is assured. Concert and Hall at Canterrllle. A concert nml ball la tn ho olvon hs the Alliance Kraiicnise du Connecticut at the town hall, Centorvlllo, this even ing. Mtntio win be furnished by the Franco-A incrlcnn orcliemrn Thalir. ers In the concert will be Mrs. C. Roy, a. I'ortt'ro, a. Molleur and L. De Va lence. Tickets will be twenty-live oetits. W. A. Brouson, the popular State street druggist, has just had built a handsome resilience on Lawrence street, west or "liliney avenue. The house was built by Henry A. Howe, who was ten years foreman for David H. Clark, and previous to that was with the late R. Treat Mel-win. The house Is three stories and contains ten rooms. The plans were drawn by Architect W. H. Allen. The painting nnd decorating were by Gitiiian and the draperies and window shades were furnished by Crampton. Headquarters for James Pvles' Pear- line. The best washing compound In America. .Largo packages reduced to ten cents. L. D. CHIDSEY. 820 6t Tinan'm Phoiima,). Dill- .I-.I....I- 7 """- " ivmirij cure rheumatism and neuralgia. Entirely vege- aoio. Bute. If the Baby li Cnttlnr Ttl. Be sure and use that old and woll-trlcd rented v. teething.lt soothes thechild.soft ens the jrnins. aimjnnu imui, ciirm winu colic nnt IS tne DCSt remedy for dlarrhoja. 25 cents a bottle. rIT maf anH up Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Just received a fresh lot of ladies' kid button, three styles of toes, 96c D. W. Cosgrove & Co. . Everyone is pleased with our chil dren's spring heel button, sizes 5 to g, at 36c. D. W. Cosgrove & Co. We are closing out about two hun dred pairs of misses kid heel and spring heel button, regular $1.50, good for 98c. D. W. Cosgrove & Co. We have just received a new lot of men's solid working shoes, 92c. 622 3t D. W. Cosgrove & Co. Don't forget the men's calf sewed boots we are selling for $1.92. D. W. Cosgrove & Co. POWDER Absolutely Puree A orcam of tirtnr haltlno nnwdAi rrirrhac of all In leavening Btrengtn. Latest United States Government Food Report. uoyai Bamng i-owaer uo uw wall St., N. Y. PFAFF & SON. Rhode Island Turkeys Are still coming very fine. We Are Offering Them Very Low. Spring Lamb, Spring Lamb. Asparagus, Fresh Mint, Peas, New bunch Beets, Choice Florida and Hothouse Tomatoes Mushrooms, Mushrooms. 7 and 9 Church st 152 Portsea st. To-Day, DUEAP'S HATS FOR FALL. BBOOIS & GO, Chapel, cor. State st. New Haven, Monday, September 24, 1804. The weather to-day Likely to be fair. TEl.RPHONB No. 823. "THEY BOUGHT SILKS as though Lard times So said our buyer who' stood with the men of millions bidding for the 8200 Pieces of American and Foreign Silks, auctioned off last Wednesday at the Peremptory Trade Sale in New York by order ofSchwarzen bach, Huber & Co. Silks s from Switzerland, New Jersey, Italy, France, Pennsylvania and Germany. Silks that embrace all the Plain and Fancy Weaves in black or colors for daylight or nightlight, that Fall-Fad or Winter-Whim can possibly demand. Below read potent facts which far surpass the finest fiction. Lot A. Two Pieces of Faille Francaise at 59 cents a yard. Just one cent under wholesale price. Lot B. Five Pieces of Black All Silk Rhadame at 37 cents a yard. Just one and a half cents under wholesale price. , f. Lot C. Two' Pieces of 24 inch Black Rhadame at 59 cents a yard. Just one cent under zvholesale price. Lot D. Two Pieces of Black, Faille Frqueaise at 49 cents a yard. Just one cent under wholesale price., t Lot E Three Pieces of 24 inch black cachemere Satin Finish Silk at 94 cents a yard. Just one cent under whole sale price. ' "' . t . . , Lot F. Three Pieces of 19 inch Black , Rhadame at 49 cents a yard. Just four cents more than wholesale price. Lot G. 24 inch All Silk Rhadames at 69 cents a yard. Just eight cents under wholesale price. Lot H. 24 inch All Silk Faille Francaise at 69 cents a yard. Just eight cents under wholesale price. Lot I. Genuine Japanese Silk Crepe de Chene at 29 cents a yard. Just 10 cents under wholesale price. Plain Black Surahs, the yard Fancy Plaid Silks, " " Black Rhadame, " " " Faille, " " Granite " " 39 49 49 59 75 Colored Gros Londres, 65 cents the yard. Changeable Taffetas, 75 cents the yard. Gros Londres Brocade, 89 cents the yard. At 29 cents the yard. Rich and handsome Illuminated Fancy Seree Satins, (silk goods) just the thing for Waists, Trimmings n4 Linings. Hood strong fabric with an extra lustre. Worth in tne orainary way 00 cents a vara. . At 39 cents the yard. Fine India Silks, warranted not to pull in the seams. Soft, brillianOuid strong. For, Dresses, Fancy Waists and Fancy Work. They'll compare with any 00 cent silk in the market. We reiterate the magnitude and importance of this Sale of Auction Silks; -We reiterate the invitation to feel them, size them up-and. render -your own decision. The display-window to the left of main entrance furnishes some thing of a key tothe Silk Sale situation. I OUR DIAMONDS AtE FINK. ." , We Buy None Other Our prices are right. HEMBMBBE THAT, " as It Is very important In making a large purchase. We have the largest , ' stock In this oltr. ? 8. SILVERTHAU BOMS, Diamond Experts, -, TWChapal street. - -v. SILKS had never existed." 24 inch Black Gros Grain at 81 cents a yard. 24 inch Black Faille at 81 cents a yard. 24 inch Satin Duchesse at 96 cents a yard. 24 inch Satin Rhadame at 79 cents a yard. 27 inch Real Japanese Silk in all colors at 49 cents a yard. The same in 36 inch white, at 59 and 69 cents a yard. -Satin and Silk Brocades at 98 cents a yard. v Black Grenadines at 88 cents a yard. Changeable Duchesse at $1.05 a yard. At 39 cents the yard. Fancy Silk Crepons in a variety of Orien tal colors, particularly adapted for the fashionable Stock Collars, Fancy Sltk Waists, Ball Costumes, Theatre Waists, etc. ooocccoo o 8 FALL HATS. A Full Line of the Newest Styles at OThe Burms Furl Hat Ci( ) KICbapd Strat. OSole Agents for Knox, New coccccoo B. G. RUSSELL, Architect,1 852 Chapel Street Ladies Are Invited to attend the Closing Sale of Waists and Jackets. Possible there will be a few Fancy Cotton waists left at 25 cents, formerly 50 cents to $2. so. Probably quite a number of (which nobody else sells) and the "Sonnette" homemade which comes in 21 styles. Besides these you'll find every other brand that's worth buying, together with a com plete line of Misses', Boys' and Children's Health Waists in . the flourishing Corset Department of the Big. Store. Temple St. Entrance, Right Shoppers Should Try a refreshing cup of Bouillon or a plate of Consomme, served free in the Basement from 10 a. M. to 5 p. m. At the same time, take in the " Food Exhibit." No charge. The Class Of '98 Yale, will wisely follow in the plain well beaten path to the Big Store. When it comes to buying Beds, Chairs, Rugs, Carpets, Curtains, etc., etc., there's a great difference be tween regulation prices and Big Store prices. Difference in the Student's favor. Any difference in the furniture, would of course be in our fa vor. 'Twould be difficult to mention any thing in the line ot Koom furnishings and Personal Belonginp-s that the Big Store doesn't sell, welcome ! Llass of '98. Welcome! Yale Reg ulars. Corset Comfort Ready ! is the word. Fall and Winter styles to suit new dresses and fit all figures. Short, medium, long and extra long - waists. Prices were never lower: Dress makers recommend most highly the C. P. A'la Sirene Paris made Corset, the real style-setter of our "Hilda" medium weight Jackets at 98 cents, formerly $5.00 each. Positively a collection of Jackets at $1.48, $1.69, $1.98 and so on up, that are real boons to those who don't care to keep in the front rank of fashion. Cloaks, Suits, Wraps. ' Free Cook Book The Lucile Cook Book, a neat and valuable publication just out, will be mailed free to Ladies who leaye their name and address' at the Food Exhibit in the Base ment. LOOK OUT FOR THE Deadly Trolley;! Wet weather is coming and there is ' danger for you, Mr. Motorman. Avoid it by using one of our ; EXTRA RUBBER GOATS. Guarantesd Waterproof and Durable. Everything in Robber at the Veru Bicycle and Robber .V Store, - (58 Orange Street, 13c, XX Quality. Sweet Potatoes, 22c peck; Ground Spices, lijoli.-' ? FKCKE8100U. 1 ' : R. W. MILLS, 8S2 STATE STREET. SpencenWjt&ews &Ca OILS, pAINTjSf. CHEMICALS. 241 State Street 243 KEWHAYEN,CT. H. F. BL0GG & BR0., Cash or Credit HOME FURNISHERS, 699 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. FULL LINE OF 'oldinpr Beds, Purlor Furnlture.Carpets, Oilcloths, Buds, Baby Carriages, Mattresses, Parlor and Cook Stoves. Character is Credit. ". Store onen 7 a. m. tn A:n n m R.tnau and Monday evenings to 9. Yale Men ! If you need anything in the way of Room Fumisldngs, Don't fail to give us a call. We can furnish your room In the most luxurious man ner or just enough for comfort. A FULL LINE OF Desks, Bookcases, Revolving Chairs, Reclining Chairs, Chiffoniers, Art Squares, Rugs, Iron Bedsteads, Blaoking Cabinets, Student Lamps, Cuspidores, etc Freiericlt L. Awill, Complete Housefurnisher, 0 755 to 763 Chapel Street. Open every evening. 9 DENTISTRY. G. H. GIDNEY, 707 Chapel st., North side. 6 doors below Orange. Dentistry In sll Its branches. Prices the low- set consistent witn nrstiass work. Great Rush for Boys Clothing . AT OUR POPULAR. LOW PRICES. , Sales of Men's and Young Q RiT t in fin CI9 nn IR FALL OVERCOATS have been marked from $3.00 to $5.00 less than early Spring, Our Fall and Winter stock is ments. i'No trouble to show it" J, 85 SMURH 7 ar M I OWE ANDs TETS0N Twenty-five Cent Dress Goods That are equal la appearance to the 50c. weaves. , The assortment very large and the styles first class. Our Leaders cannot be beaten at J 39c, 50c and 75c. Silk Specials. 10 pieces, io-inch All-Si!': Black Gros . IGrain warranted to wear. Just for excitement ' 68c a yardj 10 pieces, a i -inch All-Silk Black Satin Duchess regular $1.25 quality. Just for excite ment, 39c. a yard. Falljackets At the following special low prices P2.50, $3.75, $5.50, $8.00, $10.00. Colors are black, tan, brown, and navy. We have all sizes, ' and both long and short waisted garments. These prices will in terest you if you need a fall wrap. Cloth Capes For Fall Wear. At $2.50, $3.50, $5.00, $7.50 to $15. All . are desirable styles, and prices are very low. Wonderful Bargain in zL'adies Vests. , We offer one case (all we could getlpf Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 'Flfwjeaf, high ribboned necks, long sleeves, etc., at 1 . - '-r ntitif Via w 0i4-r mA o era 1 n either here or elsewhere. H0WE& Stetson. Crackers and Biscuits. Some of the sorts we have are so good they don't keep for grown up people as well as the children insist upon eating them up. New varieties arriving "TfC constantly. OO0O Edw. E. Hail Si S on. Men's ' All Wool Fall Suits at HA am riailw miiltinluinn quotations. now complete in all depart ' Ml