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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3. 189.
1 . Journal ami (Convict. NKW UAVKX. CONN. IHKM MONTIW. 1.61): UMB MONTH, 60 cttrr ON Wkkk. 1 CKSTH 8ISOL1 Cohim. crsw. Wednoiiuii), IK'tuUiT . ! AltrXHrtMMKSTa IO-DAY. Ilir Hnle-M. BrlMnl 4 SoiiB. in N,.tlc-p '. J. HhIuihi". ."' . i i.i-Miiii.- . . 4 t'o. iuiiriiiuii Aitiw'iloun-E. Mi-lntyre Co. Knii itMiniiH'i l-M.Vi.-rn.n jiipuur. PMt' I'. 1. WHriH'r-I'mliiO Notice. Wr. null IW-UtllHTt & Tluiiniwm. ror itfiil Hui J. C. rumli-rfi.nl. fur H.'piUml-Hrmik A: t'o. Vor Alio limine J"tni Itniwn. Wr Kent- Hoomii-n Uroiid Avenue. f.rmi Kiii-.1 im 'r. ..-f M ir..wnrVi. In(nim-nt SeoiirltlMi-Ch. W. Pornnten Co. Miiple Hyruji-.liihnMin & ifro. Notloc i.S. Tniiwimm. Onto t'oiiuh Tho Whit House. It iniliw-Oiiui. M'"iton Co. o'muilKt-Wm.H. Wnwler. iirlor Mow-Tlii- f ' r '"lc Co. Km'piiI Arrival E. B Hull 4 Hon. Hcinnval John '. Auam. Hup't. hirurlil for ftile-M. H. Newton 4 Co. tiiiperttuou. Hnlr-P. O. BoxWil. 'i'liree Uaririii Howe k Wetwm. 'I'liurwiBy bai!.ilii8 .lenuei it r'reeuraun, Wanted .iiiiiuiio.i- 0 Asylum .-iri'i t. Wnnled Wltumuin-ft S rjutt .-ireet. Wanted 'inui""- W York Street. Wanted Nutko-HM Fromieet Mreet. Wnnted Munition-47 t'lmpel Street. Wanted Kent W Sherman Avenue. Wanted mmprMoii-Mh ConifrosH Avenue. anted MiuHtioa-Wo but . uuvi. Wanted Hltuat Ion 1U Puinam (Street. Wanted Situation Tula OIHce. Wanted situation IM Crown Btreet, tJLlHt.l utAAJtiU. AoiuouLflrtntAL Dipartitknt. 1 Office or thk Cbiep I Or THE WeATHKH UUKEAO. f Washiiiotoii. D. C Oct. 2 MM. n. m.) Forecast tor WednesJay-rr Massachusetts, Kb ode Island and Connecticut: Generally fair, probably cloudy In the morning, winds shifting to south. S.lght change in tempera ture. Local Weather KeporU TOU OCTOBLH 3, IbM. f A.M. P.M. (Barometer 29 1 9 94 f emperature 6" HO Hel. Humidity Si TS Wind Direction MV VV Wind VeJooity 7 1 Weather. Clear Clear Mean temperature. 54. Max. temperature. 71. Mln. temperature. 4ti. Precipitation, .0 inunes. Max. velocity ot wind, 12 8. Accumulated excess of temperature since January 564 Ueirrees; or an average daily excess of suO degrees. Total deficiency ul precipitation since Jan uary 1, .4.75 inunes. W. G. MYERS, Observer. Note. A minus sign i predxed totaer mometer readings ludloates temperature be low ero. A "i"' In connection with ralnfnll Indicates traced rainfall too small to measure. Snow is melted and resulting depth ot water uot known. LOCAL MM. it a.' Brlei Mention. Bishop st.house wanted.RTE.Baldwln. Lost. Ten Dollars Reward. See adv. High water to-day at 1:30 a. m. and 1:47 p. m. ., Dr. Thomas H. Russell has returned from his vacation. Fully 10,000 people attended the Dun- bury fair yesterday. The Willimantio fair opened yester day with a large attendance. Concrete walk laid and repaired. Conn. Concrete Co., 49 Church. Dr. Franois Bacon, who is in Europe, j not expected bacfc before Novem ber 1st. Judge D. E. McMahon has been re nominated for judge of the Derby pro bate district. Right Rev. Bishop Williams will be In Norwioh November 18 to administer the right of confirmation in the Epis copal churches of the city. Michael J. Nelligan, principal of the Bank street school in Waterbury, died yesterday of consumption. He leaves a wife, who is a teacher in the same school. Ladies should not fail to attend Miss 'A. V. Byrnes' millinery opening to-day and to-morrow. Miss A. V. Byrnes, 1132 Chapel, second door above York Street. The water department has deter mined to take no further chances upon waiting for more rain, but has practi cally completed arrangements for the pumping from Baldwin's pond. Our former townsman, p. A. Gilbert, president of the Boston Electric Light company, was in town yesterday. A special meeting of the Foot Guard Will be held on Friday evening The twenty-first state convention of the Woman's Christian Temperance union will be held in Waterbury Octo ber 23-25. The ladies of the Waterbury union are working diligently to provide a place for every delegate. W. S. Hackett of this city goes to Meriden Friday to attend a large re ception given in his hofior by the Sil ver City lodge, A. O. TT. W. Mr. Hackett is district deputy of the society and is exceedingly popular.'. The twenty-third annual meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary so ciety connected with the New Haven Baptist association, will be held in the First Baptist church in this city to day, opening at 1:30 p. m., with an ad flress by Mrs. C. H. Carpenter of Japan. The funeral services of the late John Busse were held at his late home, 299 Oak street, yesterday afternoon, and were attended by a very large number of sorrowing relatives and friends who had gathered to pay their last respects to the deceased. The floral emblems were many and beautiful aud told of the worth of the sleeper. Rev. Dr. Vail preached the funeral discourse, which was filled with words of conso lation to the bereaved family. "Rock of Ages" was sweetly sung by a quartet present. The arrangements of the f u- heral were under the care of Mr. Keller ind the interment .took place in Ever fraaa cemetery. , MH. rVKXALD DtHCUAHUtCD For FurnUhluf Inlormatlon to Another llallroitd-UenUl r'rom tha B. A. Frank n. Furnald of IK Center street, West Havrn, chief clerk in the office of Auditor Frederick B. Bertlne of the pawicnKor receipt of the Consolidated rallroud system, has Just been sum mnrlly dinmisaed from his clerkship; The funeral officers of the road obtained p. .kI live Information that he was glv lug eiich month to the directors of the Huston and Albany road the exact num ber of pmwengerit that traveled over the Air Line and rlhore Line divisions and other Information concerning the traffic on those lines. He confessed and auld that he had been giving the sta tlHllcs for two years at a salary. of $10 a month from the Huston and Albany people. His salary as chief clerk of Auditor Uertlne's office was $1,500 per year. President HIIkh of the Boston and Albany and Vice President Ilayden of the same roud deny emphatically, as stated in a press dispatch, being In col luslon to obtain the information. Mr. Ilayden said there was no director of their roud thai would stoop to such means to obtain Information about the business of a rival road. Illl.l. FOH (.G HB.SH. Republicans of the Fourth District Nomi nate K.J. Hill. Bridgeport. Oct. 2. The republican congressional convention for the Fourth dlBtrict was called to order In the Aud itorium at noon to-day by Allan W. Paige. B. C. Patterson of Torrlngton was named as te mporary chairman, E. P. W. Gillespie of Stumford as secretary, and the usual committees were appointed. State Senator Leander P. Jones of Greenwich wus elected permanent chairman, and next in order were nominations. Colonel S. G. Ives of Colebrook nominated Henry C. San ford of New Milford. Rev. Henry Up son of Washington seconded. State Attorney Fessenden presented the name of E. J. Hill of Norwalk. An informal ballot was taken which gave Hill 85 votes and Sanford 26. The latter at once withdrew and Hill's nomination for congress was made unanimous. Opening Concert. The opening concert of the Arion Singing society will be given on October 7, with Miss Adele Pfaltz, a well known prima donna soprano of New York, as the soloist, assisted by the Philhar monic orchestra of twenty-two pieces. rowdeil ua . iwo very important souvenirs were omitted from the regular opening an nouncement. Hand-carved genuine tor toise shell hair pins, 75 cents. Pay after Thursday, $1.25 to $1.50 each. A special steel scissors with the guarantee of our own firm name stampod on every pair. 25 cents each. Worth 50 cents. Malley, Neely & Co. o3 2t If the Baby is Cutting Teeth, Be sure and use that old and well-tried remedy, Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrup for children teetblng.lt soothes the child.sof tens the gums, allaysall pain, u es wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25 cents a bottle. sl7 m w f and w Fall and Winter Fall and winter opening' of 'imported millinery Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, October 2, 3, 4, at MRS. K. R. MULLOT'S ol 4t 179 Orange street. Mr. C. Francis Malone's class for beginners, for ladies and gentlemen, will meet for first lesson Tuesday evening, October 2, from 8 to 10. Children's class same day from 4:30 to 6:15 p. m. If It be more convenient for the chil dren to meet on Saturday, from 2 to 4, it may please their parents to know that arrangements can be made to do so. Our book 'containing terms and a hint as to what is taught in this school mailed on application. ol 2t PFAFF & SON. CHOICE SPRING TURKEYS, DUCKS, " PHILA. CHI' "KENS, " CONN. CHICKENS, BOSTON HEAD LETTUCE, ESQUERAUX, CHICORY, ROMAIN, RADISH, CUCUMBERS, TOMATOES. 7 and 9 Church st. 152 Portsea st. OUR DIAMONDS AttE rlNr.. We Buy None Other. Our prices are right. HEMEMBEK THAT, as it is very Important In making a larjte purchase. W e i ave the largest stnek in this city. S. SILVERTHAU & SONS, Diam nd Experts, 790 Chapel street. FURS REPAIRED HSE.WOKK- AND SATISFACTION : GUARANTEED. BROOKS & CO, Chapel, cor. State st. New Haven, Wednesday, Ootaber 3, 189. The weather to-day Likely to be fair. TKI.ErifONB No.ifcU. Nature's Magician raises his wand and transforms Summer into Autumn. "The opening of a chestnut burr " becomes the signal for opening Fall and Winter merchandise. It will be no reflection upon past achievements to declare that this col lection of Hats, Bonnets); Capes, Cloaks, Silks, Dress Goods, Gloves,' Laces, etc., surpasses all previous displays. Our own record is the hardest thing we have to beat but we're bound to do it. Behold results on Wednesday and Thursday Opening Days. Notice the, following " Souvenir" offerings, the prices of which are void after Thursday night. Store Open Wednesday ' Evening. SILKS, DRESS GOODS 1 he richness ana grandeur oi pus The Souvenirs areas follows : . One lot of Black Gros Grain Silks at $i.oo a yard. One lot of all wool 45 inch Serges in fine close twills at 36 cents a yd. including black. One lot of all wool 36 inch Dress Flannels at 25 cents a yard. Every color. One lot of 45 inch fine Black Henrietta Cloth at 58 cents a yard. MEN'S FURNISHINGS , . House Coats in plain Cloth, plaids, checks, silk trimmed and made in the best manner. Your choice for $3.98 as a Souvenir. Have been $5.00 to $10.00 and will take that price after Opening Days. . MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Souvenirs iii $2.00 Gowns for $1.50; $2.25 Skirts for $1.50; 75 cent Drawers for 45 cents. THE MILLINERY PARLORS are all a sparkle with'' a! dis play of that subdued beauty which 1 Fair fashion dictates for Bon nets, Round "Hats, Toques, Turbans, "etc. New York and Paris contesting for first place. . New. York likely to lead. Exact copies from Paris models at one quar ter the cost. Latest iiovel ties in Fancy . Feathers, Birds, Aigrettes, Wings, Crown Pins,. Velvets and Ribbons. . THE NOTION MAN , emphasizes attention to the thousand and one things: in that busy depaittnent through tnesc oouvenirs; iooya! Exhibit cannot 53L ! Upo'n it. . Spool Silk, all colors at -5 ... 1 nn 1 t- cenis a spool, inpie sx tract poiletAyatep'six odors, 6 cents an ounce. Cock Feather Collarettes, 18 inches long, 25 cents each. THE LINEN COURT Here thd !! Opening" will be ?signalize(iV,by two Souve nirsf,t 66 inch Bleached Dam ask at 50 cents a yard. " Lang don 76 " Cotton at 6c. a yard. THE CLOAKBOOM unfolds the richest treasures of the Tailor's art and pre sents these The latest Idea in Golf Capes, hoods lined with plaid silk, $3.75.. Tight fit ting Jackets, gray, blue and black; 38 in. long, latest style with .Franklin collar, $3.50. IN CORSETS just two Souvenirs are pre sented. Our better-than-ever new Sonnette Corset No. 8, long waisted, sateen stripped, three side-steels, 69 cents. Our "-400 " Sonnette Cor set, extra long waist, made of best black sateen, double side steels, best of French horn, 89 cents.' r BOOTS Our complete line of Ladles' button and lace Boots, regularly $1.98 common sense, opera and piccadilly toes, or $1.79 just as a Sou venir. ' IN LACES nothing is wanting to meet the 1 4,1 if ' prevail- 'if If - ''I? 5Arags . Passe W fKn' men-- f &4f)'v "Van'' Wy Dyke ' ITr Po'nt"- m wX isthe Ziy 'll word, in ..".V . , the - world of Laces, but we al ways' make a point of keep ing everything that women are likely to ask for. As a Souvenir, Point Venise Laces, Van Dyke effects, 4 inches wide, 39 cents; 7 inches wide, 60 cents a yard. A refined col lection of French hand embroidered Handkerchiefs, hemstitched and with narrow lace edges. Souvenir price, choice for I2J4" cents each. BOYS' CLOTHING Here . the Souvenir is in this. form. Your choice of any $3.75 Boys' Suit in the stock for $3.25. HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR . Souvenir in Ladies' 38 cent Black Hose for 25 cents. The 25 cent kind for 1 7 cents. Souvenir in Ladies' 50 cent Jersey Vests and Drawers at 39 cents. Souvenir in Chil dren's Undergarments that sold from 25 to 38c. accord ing to size ; 25c. for any size. FALL KID GLOVES take their rank with other matchless Our " Mono gram " and " La brands of gloves show a wonderful complete ness of new fall shades in button, lace and mousque taire styles with guarantee. As Souvenirs, we offer a Ladies' 4 Button English Tan. Walking Glove with sper points, Pique sewn throughout for 75 cents. Gentlemen's Pique sewn Walking Gloves, in street colors, with patent clasp fasteners, $1.00 a pair. FLANNEL SECTION Two Souvenirs. First, , a French Sateen Eiderdown Quilt for $3.90. Second, the " Midland "extra fine eleven quarter Blanket for $3.89. INVESTMENTS in High Grade GROCERIES , yield daily dividends of satisfaction and never go below par. Our goods are High Grade, not High Priced. LOOK OUT ' ' 1 ' FOB THE Deadly Trolley! Wet weather is coming and there is danger for yon, Mr Motorman. - Atfoid, it by using one of our Guaranteed; Waterproof and Durable. : Everything in Rubber at the ,' .: ) ieru Bicycle and Rubber . . Store, 158 Qrarge Street. Philadelphia Dental Rooms', 781 Chapel Street. ' Tretta cleaned, 7oo. Teeth filled with Amalgam, 60o. Teeth filled with S Ivor, T5o. Teeth filled with Gold, $1.00 and up. Teeth extracted, Sue. . Vltaltaed Air, Mo. TeethTirracted Without Paliibjr the use Of our Vltalltei Air, made freah at our office. " : .Office Open at AH Hour. ' '; L. D. MONKS, D. D. 8., Manager, I (l ' S Tzr-iS) I iCarload Potatoes; ; 73o bushel. i Best Coffee 27c lb...' Best Tea 35c lb. ru ;XXX Sweet Potatoes! ! 20a Peck. ; ?r. i Creamery Butter S3e, R.W. MILLS, 2S2 STATE STilEET. SpencecMatthews &Ca OILS, PAINTJET. CHEMICALS. 21 State Street 243 WEWHAyEN,CT. H. F. BL0GG & BR0., Cash or Credit HOJIE FURNISHERS, 699 Chapel street, New Haven, Gonn. FULL LIXE OP Folding Berts, Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Ullulotlis, Beds, Unby Carriages, Mattresses, Parlor aud Cook Storei. 1 Character is Credit. Store ODon 7 n. in. tn 6:33 n. m.. Satnrdur mul Mon f iv 'M-oriiii'hi to ft. Yale III If you need 'anything in the way ot Room Furnishings, Don't fall to pive us a call. We can furnish your room in the most luxurious milli ner or just enough for. comfort. ' A FULL LINE OF Desks, Bookcases, Revolving Chairs, . Reclining Chairs, Chiffoniers, Art Squares, i Rugs, Iron Bedsteads, Blacking Cabinets, Student Lamps, Cuspidores, etc. Merit L Averiii, Complete Housefurnisher, 755 to 763 Chapel Street. Open every evening. ay and Steamsfiio Tickets. LOWEST rates tit all points. Staterooms and berths secured In ad vance. Baggago called for aud checked to desti nation. Accident Insurance. Agency for Henry. Gaze & Son's tours. JOHN MORSE, C9 Centor street, Benedict Buildlnir. Telephone call 407-4. aula tV Great Rush for Boys' Clothing . AT OUR POPULAR LOW PRICES. Sales of Men's and Young Men's All Wool Fall Suits at $8.50, $ 1 0 00, $ 1 2.00, $ 1 5.00, are daily multiplying. FALL OVERCOATS have been marked from $3.00 to $5.00 less than early Spring quotations. 1 Our Fall and Winter stock is now complete in all depart- mpnts "Nn trnubln tn shhw it." ' - r. ' 85 rOHUROH ST. rwE A STETSON. A DTltY REMINDER. AOVfBTINNO DIPAHTMENT, HOWE & STETSON. To our Cloak Room Opening Wednesday and Thursday and we offer several choice bargains just to bring you in. The new department . is a "model of brightness, and among the many novelties in the garment line you can surely spend a short .time very profitably. s 7D USD, To emphasize the opening of our new Cloak Room we offer the following special bargains'. i Lot of Water Mink Ani mal Scarfs, with patent ad justable head, full length; new goods right from manu facturerActual value $2.25. For these two days only $1.59 each. ecoHd gwnitf. Large . lot of desirable , Muffs, long fur, perfectly made, full size, for these two days 59c. each. A' line of Sash Muslins in thcaiewest designs An ex cellent variety of the choicest styles to choose from.; For these two days, lie per yard. Also our entire line of Silkolines at 10c. per yard. Please bear in mind that thTese.spcial prices hold good only for two days, viz.; Wednesday and Thursday, October 3 and 4. HOWE & STETSON, The People's Dry Goods Store. OOOOOOOO g lunm. 8 A Full Line of the Newest J Styles at ' W The Burgess Fur S Hat C0.O 751 Chapel Street. Sole Agentsf or Knox, New OOOOOOOO M llllj A a