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NEW ITAVENMORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1891.
8 gouvuitl and (CiwvUr. NKW HAVKX. COXX. Thhm Momtim71- Mosth, 60 oknts; Oke Which, l cent Simqia Copies. I rrsw. ThurmlNy, October 4, 1804. juTrAI t-HTHTISHMUMa TO-DAY. Clay SulM-C. K. I 'iiiliy Co. ir (iiwnt'H Nitvuiii At liriiuiili. Dully '1ini MHtlt-y. Nwly ft Co. lHlrolili Opportunity I Alwiitor fMreet. BiitiTiiiiitiiifiit llynrliin Tnmtir. JUnri'l'tinitiriitliniii'l lmra 11iiim. Kmim i'ururi i'. liHtriri-it Probata .Notice. Km- Id it Mount 121 Annul Avimuii'. for l'.xol -A. M Tnl Dltlro. -rnnu Sjouiiitiu Kiiii'irlum-P.M. Drown 4 Co Mi'lm-iy-lt. Ilalh-'i-ii'ln & Co. N 'H !'-- Iniml ilt Ml IIIM'II. rerlecrhui lliii kwlH iit-S. II. ' Ircrt Co. Vault-.!-fiituiliiui-Mrt KhI Strm-l. V nntiil Sdimtliiii :a Cuapi-I Kim-t. Wniiiiit llri-KI U'ikmui-t Htrwt. Wmiml llcwrrl Pcrmiii-m, lfcix Wt. WHiiird HltiiKtlon I.. II., as Miimiilirey Pt, Wanlwl CI I lint ion HI lluirhi I'.sw. Wimioil Pltiiiittiin ttt HiHTit ii rwi. Wanu-il Munition 4 Foot Strict. Wnt-il SHuuUon l Arthur Wrwt. WmitcJ WiiiHtlon ill IWifi-tt Stn-W. WMiunl-bltiiatlon lllk WiiIIiich- Mrvt. V'Hntrd Situation T. Huinllton Snoot, Wmiiwl Sltimtloii-LM York Slri-ot. Wanted Situation-!! York Mreol. WEAT1IKR KK( OHD. Aflnim.TrRAi. D pahtmknt, Orricc or tiik Oiif.k OF Till! M'KATHKII lll llKA!', Washington, U. C Oct. a, imh, 6 p. ro. Forecast for Thunidiiy For tthoilo Inland and Connecticut! Fair, southwest winds. Cooler Thursday night. Loral Weather Report. fOH OCTOBEK3, 1SSH. e A.M. P.M. Baromitor 80(10 294 Temperature M (17 lM.il timidity H W Wind Direction Mi 8 Wind Velocity 13 Weather. Cli at Cloudy Moau temperature. IW. Max. temperature. 0. Min. temperature. W. Precipitation. T inotips. Max. velocity of wind, 20-SE. Accumulated excess or teinpernturo slncn Jauuary 6H4 deirrees; or an average daily excess of 2.0 decrees. AoeumulateJ di-ticlency of precipitation Blnce January l, .4 88 m iles W. 0. MVEKS. Observer. Note. A minus sign ) pro Axed to ther mometer readings indicates temperature be low zero. A "1"' In connection with rainfall Indicates c trace of rainfall too small to measure. Know Is melted aud resulting depth ot water not known. LOVAL XE WS. Brief Mention. Bishop st.house wanted.R.E.Baldwln. Lost. Ten Dollars Reward. See adv. High water to-day at 2:25 a. ra. and 2:40 p. m. Concrete walk laid and repaired Conn, Concrete Co., 49 Church. The Yale medical school reopens to day with an increased attendance. The St. Ignatius society, will celebrate its tenth anniversary this evening in Harmonie ball, Bernard Lynch, aged seventy-two, whose family resides on East street, died of liver trouble at the almshouse yesterday. $5 pays for a course in shorthand and typewriting at Gaffey's Shorthand school, if you commence this week, day or evening. Mrs. Isaao Woodruff of Milford, who has reached the advanced age of eighty lour years, is suffering from a slight paralytio stroke. Colonel H. A. Taylor of Milford has planned to have his cottage at Burns' Point removed to his lot at the corner of Seaside avenue. Steps will probably be taken at the next general assembly to relieve the overcrowded condition of tho Soldiers' home at Noroton. Burglars blew open the safe of a hotel in Plainville, Conn., early yesterday morning with dynamite, and secured, it is stated, $2,000 in cash. Louis Welch, who is on the staff of the New Haven Register, was in Norfolk, Conn., yesterday, for a short visit with his mother, Mrs. H. K. W. Welch, who is summering there. Past Grand Chancellor L. F. Norton of New Haven visited Washington lodge, Knights of Pythias, of Hartford last evening, to witness the working of the first rank of page and exemplifica tion of the secret work of the order. Miss A. V. Byrnes' millinery opening continues to-day. Large crowds gath ered yesterday to witness the lovely dis play and many purchases were made. All the ladies are invited to call at 1132 Chapel street to-day, seoond door above York street. The annual Litchfield oounty meeting of New Haven branch, Women's Board cf Missions, will be held in the chapel of the Second church In Litchfield on Fri day, October 5th, at 10:30 in the morn ing, and 1:30 in tho afternoon. Several ladles of the executive committee from New Haven, also from other places, will address the meeting. Mrs. DeForest el Japan will tell of her work. St. Paul's club has elected officers as follows: President, B. H. Rodgers; vice president, H. W. Mansfield; secretary, Seth G. Johnson; treasurer, E. A. Beecher; executive committee, F. E. Brooks, E. S. Jones, J. W. Hutt, J. C. Hollisteraud George H. Butler. It is decided to have some observance of the fifteenth anniversary of the pastorate of Rev. Edwin S. Lines. The date will probably be October 15. A coming wedding in Meriden which is of much local interest is that of Miss Mary Elizabeth Mulligan of Meriden and Thomas Joseph Stanford of New Haven,' which will occur Wednesday morning, October 17, at 10 o'clook in 8t. Rose's church in Meriden. The cere mony will -be followed by a wedding breakfast at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mulligan, 110 Pratt street. Mr. Stanford is a very ' popular letter carrier. A BMUIIAST WXDDIXQ. lUrriaxe of Mr, Jmo Hlllhmu, Forranr. ly ofThUCtiy.to a Young I-dy of New York City. A brilliant wedding took place yester- tiny, October 3, t the Church of thu Ascension, New York city. The bappjf pair wtr James Hlllhouso, Yule ' oldest son of our townsman, tr. Wil liam Ililthouse, and Miss Hlldrgnrde Speyeis, a beautiful society belle of N'-w York, Rraiid-dnughter of Mrs. Henry KngerH. nee Livingston, of No, 50 West Seventeenth street, that city, The church wits filled with friends of the bride and groom. Rev. Dr. Donald, a noted liostnn divine, officiated. As sisted by Kuv, Mr. Grunt of New York. The church was beautifully adorned with flowers and potted plant. The wedding ceremony was In the tisuul Kiilscopnl form. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Hlllhouse departed on a woddlng trip. They received many ele gant gifts. The groom Is a rising and successful lawyer of New York and the bride Is a descendant of one of the old, honored and wealthy families of the metropolis. ISaiar Well Attended. The bazar given by the ladles cf Sacred Heart parish was very well at tended last evening. The affair Is for the benefit of the new school, which Is now nearly completed. Dancing Is the attraction, and a Jolly time Is had by nrvwho attend. The affair will last for several nights' yet. Are You Kver nnoyed by a buzzing or roaring sound In your head? Have you difficulty In hearing distinctly? Are you troubled with a con tinual dropping of mucous, Irritating the throat and causing you to cough? Is your breath unpleasantly affected and accompanied with bad taste? Is your hearing less aeute? If so, you have catarrh and should at once procure a bottle of Ely's Cream Balm, the best known remedy. The Balm will give In stant relief. ( rnwded Out. Two 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 $1.60 each. A special steel scissors with the guarantee of our own firm name stamped on every pair, 25 cents each. Worth 50 cents. Malley, Neely & Co. o3 2t Fall and Winter Fall and winter opening of imported millinery Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, October 2, 3, 4, at MRS. K. R. MULLOY'S ol 4t 179 Orange street When Baby was sick, we gave hei Castor!, When she was a Child, abe cried for Castorla. When she became Hiss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castoru A window f a minute with T Bon Ami The Modern Cleaner Cleans Glass, Brass, Marble, without a scratch. TJr, A mi m n.n tfc.t rotll NiniMl .1v fhfttn A pots pans, sinKi, noon, eta OUR DIAMONDS A HE HNK. We Buy None Other. Our prices are right. KEMEMBElt THAT, as it is very important iu making a lure purchase. We liave the largest stock In this city. 8.8ILVEKTHAU & SONS, Diamond Experts, m Chapel street. FURS REPAIRED OTE WORK AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. BROOKS & CO., Chapel, cor. State st. New Harm, Thursday, Oct. 4, last. The weather to-day Likely to bt fair, mSPUONB No. Wi. Thursday is th second ana last day of our Fall Open inff. The moan of melancholy which sorrowful mortals think they hear in the rustling of sere and yellow autumn leaves, is hushed in to silence by the hum of happy voices in exultant praise for this beautiful Har vest Home. The autumn leaf may be "blushing in its sleepy dream of coming bloom," but the Big Store trade-tree blooms the yearround in one form or anoth er. For past ' months our combined forces of cash, skill and ex perience have been exerted to the ut most in collecting the best things that loom and labor had to of fer for Fall and Winter dress and com fort. The response to our first-day dis play, confirms the belief that we were eminently successful. Capes warm and winsome. Hats pret ty and practi c a 1. Gloves dressy and durable. Dress Stuffs firm and fash ionable. Laces ex cellent but not ex travagant. At such times we take singu lar pleasure in hav ing you see every thing that's new arid appropriate for the season. The " Sou venirs " are offered as practical memen tos of the occasion, at prkes not allowa ble for everyday trade. Welcome! : ' PFAFF & SON. CHOICE SPRING TURKEYS, " DUCKS, " PHILA. CHICKENS, "- CONN. CHICKENS, BOSTON HEAD LETTUCE, ESQUERAUX, CHICORY, ROMAIN, RADISH, CUCUMBERS, TOMATOES. 7 and 9 Church st. 152 Portsea st. Philadelphia Dental Rooms, 781 Chapel Street. Teeth oleaned, 76o; '! Teeth filled with Amalgam. 80c, Teeth filled with Sliver, 75c Teeth AIM with Gold, tl.OOandup. Teetl. eWmcted, S5c. Vitalized Air, 60s. Teeth Extracted Without Patmbr the use of our Vitalized, Air, made fresh at , our office. ' Omc Open at AH Honrs. L. D. MONKS, D. D. S Manager, A SALE i money mm SHOULD Of all tlie special attractions -which we are putting out, our ALL WORSTED Clay Diagonal Suits AT $10.00 Have a Long Lead. We never offered a greater bargain or one that was more highly appreciated. The goods are the well Oswego 20 oz. Clays. They are strictly all worsted, colors "black and a very dark blue ; coats made ish tbree-button cutaways, and slims. They are as well made, finely finished as any $20 or If you cah match them outside of our store for $15 we will fit you to a suit gratis. The demand is increasing for the large Boys' or Young Men's suits of the We have jut opened another lot of 60. It is proba bly the last that we shall be able to offer at this price. C. t. L0NGLEY & CO, 101, 103 and 105 NEW TSLAJXTTaSBf, COXX. M 1 WE O FFER FOB SEPTEMBER : PLOVER, SHOT ON OUR SHORE. Squabs, Native and Philadelphia. Chicken Grouse from Chicago. EXAMINE OUR STOCKS OF MEATS AND VEGETABLES. 350 and 352 STATE STREET. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE IN EAST HAVEN. THE undersigned will sell at public auction at tho lute residence of J. Woodward Thompson, (at the toot of the bill at fralfcin stall lake, on the road to Brantoi'd and with in three minutes' walk from the el ctrio car, nrst stopping place after passing East Haven Green.) o.Kislsting la part of . r Parlor Furniture, Mahogany Stands, Tables and Bureaus, . Looking Glasses, , - ; Feather Beds, Beading, ; ; Carpets, etc., etc ;. Sale will commence at , , ' 9 o'clock Wednesday Morning;, Oct. 8d, And continue until sold. . . EDWARD C. BEECHER, 827 6t Licensed Auctioneer. I COMMERCIAL AND MANUFAC TIIRWft INTERESTS. 1 THE committee on commercial and manu facturing interests will hold a meeting in room 7, city halL on 'Friday, October 5, im, at 8 p, 4hn natlfw publio pier between' City Point and First avenue. All persons interested in the foregoing- are hereby notified to be present and be beard thereon without further notice. . ? ; Per order c j, BabakuS. Chairman. : , Attest; ED WABIXX STREET, ' . i , oS St Assistant atyOeik. Hi MISS. known Waushuck and both sacks and the styl in the stouts, regulars as nicely trimmed and as $25 suits. same grade; price $9.00. Church Street, LOOKOUT 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 COATS. Guaranteed Waterproof and Durable. Everything in Rubber at the Veru Bicycle and Rubber Store, 158 Orange Street. INVESTMENTS in High Grade GROCERIES yield daily dividends of satisfaction and - never go below par. Our goods are High Orade, not High Priced. iCarload Potatoes; i 73o bushel. , i Best Coffee 27c lb. "J ' Best Tea 35c b. ; r " !XXX Sweet Potatoes! I 20a Peck. ! Creamery Duttor 3Jo. E.W.MILLS, 8S2 STATE STREET. SpencecMatfherTS &Ctx oixs; PAINTJET. CHEMICALS. 24-1 State Street 243 JtEWI-LRYENXT. H. F. BLOGG & BR0., Cash or Credit HOME FURNISHERS, 699 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. FULL LINE OF Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Oilcloths, Beds, Baby Carriages, ' Mattresses, Parlor and Cook Stoves. Character is Credit. -. Store onen 7 n. m. to 6:30 d. m . Satiirdav mt MondHV event nrs to 9. Tale ill If you need anything in the way of Room Furnishings, 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, Reolining Chairs, Chiffoniers, Art 8quares, ' Bugs, Iron Bedsteads, Blacking Cabinets, Student Lamps, Cuspidores, etc Frttf L. Averill, Complete Housefurnisher, 755 to 763 Chapd Street. Open every evening. Railway and Steamship Tickets. LOWEST rates to all points. Staterooms and berths secured in ad vance. Baggage called for and checked to desti nation. Accident Insurance. Agency for Henry Gaze & Son's tours, JOHN MORSE, 69 Center street, Benedict Building. Telephone call 407-4. au!6tf 1 WL"5ilM jC JMai:i:sT.lHM:i. Immm, Great Bush for Boys' Clothing " AT OUR POPULAR LOW PRICES. Sales of Men's and Young Men's All Woo! Fall Suits at $8.50, $10.00, $12.00, $15.00, are daily multiplying. ' FALL OVERCOATS have been marked rrom $3.00 to $5.00 less than early Spring quotations. Our Fail and Winter stock is now complete in all depart ments. "No trouble to show it" mei J 85 GHURCH ST. WHOWE & STETSON. i DAILY REMINDER ADVERTISING. DEPARTMENT. HOWE A STETSON. v To our Cloak Room Opening Wednesday and Thursday and we ;offer several choice " bargains just to bring you in. The new department is .1 model of brightness, ar ' among the many novelties i 1 the garment line you can surely spend a short time very profitably. Ton, (Tedjesd 7HD 507. To emphasize the opening of our new Cloak Room we offer the following special bargains. 1 Lot of Water Mink Ani mal Scarfs, with patent ad justable head, full length; new goods right from manu facturer Actual value $2.25. For these two days only $1.59 each. Large lot of desirable Muffs, long fur, perfectly made, full size, for these two days 59c. each. A line of Sash Muslins in the newest 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. PleaseJ bear in mind that these special prices hold good only for two days, viz.; Wednesday and Thursday, October 3 and 4. HOWE & STETSON, The People's Dry Goods Store; OOOOOOOO FAIL HATS, g f A Pull Line of the Newest imJ Styles at OThe Burgess Fur ft Hat C0.O 781 Chapel Street, Sole Agents for Knox, New f V O York j OOOOOOOO j it wniii 1 ftirr Minim 1 v