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NEW II A VENMORNING J O U KKAL AND COUK1KR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1894.
Journal ami (Courier. NKW HAVKS. VOX. TllRKK MONTH. 1.40i OSB MOKTH, 60 mam Onb Webk, 15 cent! Sikols Con?:, 8 ckst. hul unlay. Oitober 13, I8W. si; ir Airt.ntit.MKSi rw-iMr. AH Stiiiliiv-Mm. H. W. Hnrrn. ArtiUol A-niciiliiin-d. M. Muiiaon Ct. jiiraln'-K. .-Hiiii'iiui'iYi'l1 ft Sum c'liiirvuyuniv Muu. Ua Lou. ill lirwiii' NiTvum Al UniaglsU. Iinilv i'h Miiil-y. NiM'ly Co. luMUiitv' r'nvurilu llwiiiHty-At PruggliM, lll.i in. in.N -("ilviTihtui. j:itm'r.-i"U-J. n.u. uumiit, Kvruifiiiii-Kiytmmil tt VVhili'omb. J'.ir Miii Kiirm llwinrn A. Kuril. KnrS.ili-K.Mnl Mum-llox ,''y K -r Himii llmisii N'.'iu Vuli-. luiOmco. )'or.l II. ihi J. U Niwi.it. i;rmnlMiiil,l"i' Kiinrrjii m -lOUtrown c Co. r.lve-Aw ty Imv-ll.iwr SlHsoii. LmiKr T.wiio At Drug ;ll'. IWIHW-Mro. W. II. Itnll'lllilM. .V Livir Klire-D. M. Welch & Son. l)K':unir-J. II. Jmlxin. Ki'iim-.liihn T. Slonii. HMMJiiiUHand I'iiiiuw-M. Sti-Inert font to. Wunlnl Siluiitiiiii N. II., Tins OIBca. Vi'mitcd Wtuiiilnii Z Vein trift. Wnntcd Wtiiiitlon S! II itm "irert. Wanlivl Housr-H , Till CMMci'. vnntl Gin lo; Huiiipliri-y street, VhiiiikI win m ion JuiiIiik.. Wanted Cok-oTruiiiuiiil Street, WEATIIKI1 KMUitU. AOnlCl-I.TCBAL U PAHTMKXT, Ol KICK Or TIIK I'lUKf Or THE WKATIIKK lll'llfcATT, Wahiuwoton, I). C, Out. U, ib'.H, 8 p. in. Forecast for Butunlay-r'or Xiw England: Increasing eloudliioHS and proliulily light Miowors; southwest winds; warmer In tbo in terior. Locnl Weather Kepnrt. rOK OCTOUKB 12. t p.v. 30 24 51 67 talra U Clear A.M. Barometer 80 a'emppratiipe W Hp). Hiiml'llty Wind Direction M" Wind Velocity Weather Clear Moan temperature. SO. Mux. temperature, ill. Win. temperature. 40. Precipitation.. 0 inches. Max. velocity ol wind. 14 W. Accumulated excess ol lempornliire Blnce January 1, 558 ileirrees; or un average daily excess of J.U degrees. Total deficiency ol precipitation since Jan uary i. incbes. U. G. MYERS. Observer. Note. A minus sign I I preilxed totbar Diometer readings indicates temperature bo low zero. A "l"1 in connection with rainfall Indicates straceof ralnfab too small to measure. Jinow is melted and resulting depth oi water not known. I.OVA-L A H ' . Brier Mention. Bishop st.house wanted.R.E.Baldwln. High water to-day al 0.28 a. in. and 9:50 p. m. Concrete walk laid and rspaired, Conn. Concrete Co., 49 Church. Ladies, nothing but the very latest styles at Royal Shoe store. Save $1. Dr. A I. Boyer of Derby is to remove to this city to practice his profession, The Yals consolidated football team play the T. M. C. A eleven at Torring ton to-day. People from all parts of New Haven county trade at Kirby's old renowned and reliable jewelry and watch em porium; new goods arriving daily. The Ladies' Cycle club held a meet ing at the residence of Mrs. Andrews, 176 Temple street, last evening, and eight riew members were admitted to the club. In great demand; those fur shoulder capes, newest styles and shapes; Bur gess Fur & Hat Co.'s; buy now and save money. Hats, hats, latest leading styles. Sole agents for the Knox. The Southern New England Telephone company has just decided to furnish patrons In small towns and villages in the state with less costly telephone service at greatly reducted rates, prob ably about $25 a year. Miss Alice Fechter-Gilbert, the well known soprano at the Court street synagogue, has received a great many compliments for her rendition of sev eral solos at the Day of Atonement ser vices at the synagogue last Wednesday. She has a voice of rare sweetness and purity, and all who hear her are charm ed by her singing. United States Senator O. H. Piatt has returned from his vacation, which was passed at the Adirondacks since congress adjourned. The rest was of great benefit to him after his arduous duties at Washington, and he returns home in remarkably good health. He was in this city on business yesterday. Coroner Mix has rendered his ver dict as to the death of J. J. Gormley. He finds death due to the act of Livery man James Ferguson of Crown street. One day last week Gormley went into the stable intoxicated, and Ferguson ac cidentally pushed him so that he fell, Striking his head against a carriage wheel. At the time .nothing was thought of the accident, and Gormley went back to work Monday. The cor oner exonerates Ferguson and no ar rests will be made. North Haven. The republican voters of North Ha ven are requested to meet in Memorial hall Saturday evening, October 20, at 8 o'clock, to nominate a committee for representative, also justices of the peace. Per Order Town Committee. Stephen H. Moore, for the past twelve years with Dickerman, the florist, will open at 1054 Chapel street in a few days with a full line of the finest cut flow ers, palms and potted plants ever seen in this city. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY DIAMONDS. Don't wait until Christmas, but select now and save 15 per cent. We are b adquarters for Weddini? Gifts. SILVERTH AU'S, the Diamond ExpertB, 780 Chapel street. MHHQSAI. JOTTlStt. KotMerintarwt Ab ul Mew Haven People Hud Their Friend. Mr. und Mrs. V. B. Neal of this olty are the ueu of Frank Warren In Nau- galuck. Harry B. Biockbrldso of East Morrl ha removed to tbia city to rottuo and li to engage in the meat bualneaa here. The Hev. W. F. Blackman, who wai for aeveral ycurs paator of tho Congre gallonal chuixh In Nausatuck, but ti now profetnor of Clirlatlau ethics lo Yale university, and alao recently re turned from a year' aojoum In Europe, vlalted Naugatuck Wcdni-aday night to greet old frieiiiln. ftiid gave a lecture entitled "Sixty Minute In Europe," in the pariah huuae under the auspices of the Young People's society. Mrs. C. C. Plimpton and daughter or Kensington are spending a week with friends In this city and Seymour. Mrs. Maria Hudson of this city has returned from a very pleasant visit with friends In Oxford. VaviiiK l"r What You (let Is all right: people usually have to do that Sometimes they pay for more than ihey get. The name of a piano dealer does not muke the tone of a piano any belter, but the name on a sign over the music store where you buy your piano may make the piano better, and Insure your paying for only what you get. There Is no charge for the name when you buy your piano at Loomis', although the name of Loomls is worth a good deal to you as a guar antee of fair and honest treatment, and that everything is as represented. 118 upright pianos to select from at prices ranging from ?50 upward. Loomis' Temple of Music, 833 Chapel street. ol3 3t Java ConVe Purchase. 10,000 pounds; it is very fine. The First Roast Will be offered this day. A pleasing surprise awaits you. A New Tea 35c Pound. Will also be put out. It takes 75c to buy as good from tea dealer in the city. R. W. MILLS, 382 State. 25c Novels. One book given to each customer this evening, 6 to 10. R. AV. MILLS, 3S2 State. On Deck for Bufttness. Sweet potatoes 17c peck. R. W. MILLS, 382 State. XXX Street Potatoes, 10c Peck. XXX white potatoes 70c bushel. These are only two of the bargains you find at R. W. Mills, 382 State street. Soda Cracker', 5c Pound, Milk crackers 8o (2 for 14.) R. W. Mills, 382 State. White Loaf H ur. Did you see it at the food exposition? Well, it's the boss flour of the town. We sell it by the Bag, Barrel, or Carload. R. W. Mills, 382 State. What Five L idles Said. That White Loaf flour is immense. It beats anything we ever made bread from, besides it makes such a lot of bread and so white. Mills, 382 State street, local agent. Attention, Ladies! On Saturday, October 13, we will pre sent to every purchaser of one pound of tea or baking powder a handsome leatherette shopping bag; do not fail to see them. Centennial Am. Tea Co., 363 State street. 08 6t When Baby was sick, we gave hei Castorta, When she was a Child, she cried for Oastoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castorfe SpencecMatthews &Ca OILS, PAINTJET. CHEMICALS. 24 State Street 243 JiEW HAYEN.CT. DEERFOOT FARM. Little Sausages In one and two pound packages. Edw.E.Hall&Son 770 Chapel Street. s Philadelphia Dental Rooms, 781 Chapel Street. ToAth claimed. 75c. Teeth filled with Amalgam, 50c. Teeth tilled witn lver, ioo. Teeth filled with Gold, , 11.00 and up. . Teetb'extraoted, 25c. Vltaitwid Air, 60c Teeth Extracted Without Pain by the use of our Vitalized Air, made fresh at our offloe. Office Open at AH Hour. L. D, MONKS, D. D. S., Manager, New Haven. Saturday, Oot. 13. Ul. The weather today Likely to be fair. TELEPHONE No. It I. EXHIP'1S seem to be : the fashion, so we've made Op our minds to have an exhibition of Med licott Underwear. Then too, we want meh to start the j winter with good Underwear and we want to sell it to them. These Shirts and Drawers are full regular made and hold first rank with leading American brands. We are going to prove our ability to sell them for less money than any store in the State and the Underwear's ability to suit those who buy it. Find the fall, winter and extra heavy weights; the latter in Shetland wool. Colors are white, natural, mode, slate and gold. The wool won't shrink, for it's already shrunk. Sizes sure to fit your body whether lean, fat, long or short, broad or narrow. It's a make of underwear that has been steadily gain ing in quality while dimin ishing in price in order to compete with foreign products. Now to get down to the core of the , matter the cost. We simply add 10 per cent- to manufacturer's prices. What this will save you on each and every garment, can be seen by comparison with the original price tickets sewed . to every shirt and drawers. Everything will be fixed at the counter so that you can order by sample what we happen not to have in stock. This new bold stroke on our part, just at a time when we should be making instead of losing a profit, furnishes to men (and to the women who buy for men) a most un usual and extraordinary opportunity. The Sale lasts three days. Saturday, Mon day and Tuesday. Men's Furnishing Counter. My But what a day for Candy Saturday is. 300 pounds of Neiv England Choc olate Lr earns will be offered, Saturday only, at 14 cents a pound. What better time than Sat urday, to see about buying a Fur Cape ? We're ready. Black Coney Capes 24 inches long for $4.48. Everywhere else $4.98. The same in a heavier pelt, heavier wadded, $8.00. Twenty-seven inch length, $9.50, and so on richer and costlier. Capes, Waists, Jackets, Women seem to- think- it necessary to go 110 further after pausing before, that tempting display of Fall and Winter Underwear t n - the Chapel St. corner window , To start the ball a rolling in the interest of Mothers who buy clothes-'- for boys ; this inducement is held out for Saturday and Monday. A well selected stock of Suits worth far more than the ask ingprice $3.75. vf' . The pants .a re' insured against the breaks-of boyish ness by double" seats ; and knees. The cloth is all wool in plain and fancy colors. Suits from staple goods pos sessing warmth, wear and style enough for the proudest mother of the most turbu lent youth. Boy Clothing Department Did you ever see Niagara? Could any description ever thrill you like Niagara's own majestic grandeur did ? This thought was suggested by catching a glimpse of the "Van Dyke Collars" the Horse-shoe Falls of our Lace Niagara. Sprays and mists and twigs and ripples and placid colorless foam of cream and white. Resplendent in richness without any roar. Chapel St, comer entrance. PFAFF & SON. CHOICE SPELNG TURKEYS, ' DUCKS, " PHILA. CHK KENS, " CONN. CHICKENS, BOSTON HEAD LETTUCE, ESQUERAUX, CHICORY, ROMAIN, RADISH, CUCUMBERS, TOMATOES. 7 and 9 Church st. 152 Portsea st. FURS REPAIRED EOT "WORK AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. BROOKS & CO,, Chapel, cor. State st. AT THE Veru Bicycle and Rubber Store, 158 Orange Street. The . Point is I fflnosB is Here We have a very large and superior line of Furniture, Carpets and Stoves, which we are sell ing at an extremely low figure. The time to get bar gains is noy-cash or credit. BROWN & DURHAM, ' 1 Complete Housefurnishera, ; ORANGE AND CENTER GlBEHTS, . : . un ;1 SOPH! till! 1DSB IN SUITS, And it seems to be daily increasing. Evidently we have about -what the great majority want and at sat isfactory prices. We told you some weeks ago that our prices would astonish yon this season. The Time is Now Ripe Attention Slltifll We never had a better, which is saying much. Kerseys and Meltons are the most popular goods ind it is right here that we are the strongest. Good Jersey and Melton Overcoats for $8.00, $10 and $12. Excellent quality, tailor made, for $15 and $18, and the very finest for $20, $22, $25, $28, $30 and $35. We don't know how anyone can produce finer or handsomer Overcoats than these. They are made double full lengths. Some 44, some 46, some 48 and some 50 Inches long. For Boys and Children Ulsters is very large. The to $20.00. Our great sale of Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits will be continued with new land powerful at tractions added from day to day in each department. C. E. L0NGLEY & CO, 101, 103 and 105 Church Street, NEW H-A-VEN-, OOWW. i vjiiiii a i$ "A PROPITIOUS MOMENT." Whan hnr father ia seated In the hand-, k some Easy Chair she bought of us toi luira, HE IS SURE TO BE IN GOOD HUMOR. Ask him then (If he hasn't a ch 'lrVtij . aitra hpr the monev to buy her one. Wii I lave a large st ick of Easy Chairs to se- rieot from, all "daisies" and at right! prices. BANQUET LAMPS Fin irreat variety. A large stock 01 k b Ahndaa lust received. St-etl lalns we offer in our east window. Ag central draft Banquet Lamp, with Silk! shade, complete tor $3.65. Oil Heaters at $.25, $8. and $9.50. Murick L. AFGffll Complete House-outft tters, 755 to 763 Chapel Street. Open every evening. Railway anil Steamshin Tickets. TOWESTrates to all points. ... vanoe. . . . paggage oauea nx mm www nation. . Aooident Inauranee. Ajranoy for Henry Oaze ft Son's toura. 7 JOHN MORSE, ' U Center street, Benedict Building. Telephone oaU4OT-4. aultt . SUPERFLUOUS HAIR TTkBRMANHNTLY removed by eleotrlo nee t dies ; pert oot suooeas warranted. Hot Bil for us to Call Your to Our if i and single breasted and our line of Overcoats and prices range from $3.50 o FILL HATS. A Full Line of the Newest o Styles at Qlte Burgess Fur 8 Hat Co. O ISlChapel Street. OSole Agents for Knox, New York. Q oooooooo Ovum MEK'S BUSINESS $7.50. Beats any Suit E7er Siiown in Nbv Haren J 85 (SMURCH ST. HOWE A STETSON. ,. TT TT OWE & TETSN The People's Dry Goods Store. A Sort of Give-Away Day, Bargains count the last day of the week. 1 200 yards, 18-in. China Silks light blues, pinks, yellows and all the most desirable of light and dark shades, regular price, 25c. Only Saturday, at jyC. a yard. 2700 yards All-Silk Ribbon in Satin, Gros Grain, plain and crown edge Moir6 width, No. 12 or 2-in. All the most desira ble shades, no poor colors, worth 20c. Only Saturday, QC. a yard.' DIES j-f OSIER. 1 lot of extra fine fancy Hose full line of sizes regular prices, 50c, 59c, 65c. Only Saturday 2QC a pair for choice. We offer a lot of fine Water Mink Animal Boas, with patent head, actual value JSi .98. Only Saturday, 2 5 We offer very choice Peper ment and Wintergreen Creams made especially for this day's sale and are absolutely fresh. Only Saturday J 2 2 lb HOWE & STETSON, The People's Dry Goods. Store; Security Insurance Co. OK NEW HAVEN. OFFICE 87 CENTER STREET. Cash Assets July 1. 1894, .180,030. DIRECTORS: Chas. S. Leete, 900'1.V,S P!erPnt' Jas. D. DeweU, A.C.Wiloox, t H. Mason, Joel A. Sperry, E. G.Stoddard, B.E.Merwin, Wm. B. Tyler. John W. AUlng, T. Attwater Barnes. CHAS. S. LEETE, H.MASON, President. Secretary. J.D.DEWELL, H. C. FULLER, Vice President. Ass't. Secretary, jal eod 19 SUITS wmmi aid A mm