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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 189..
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Forecast for Saturday-For MHaohustts, Khode Island and Connecticut: Partly cloudy sua local showers; northeast winds; slight change, lu temperature. Local Weather Report roa OCTOBER 36, WM. o 8 A.M. P.M. Barometer 9 Temperature IW J Xcl. Hiimlillty W 71 Wind Direction N N Wind Velocity. 18 i Weather Cloudy Pt Cloudy Menu tompernture. 48, Max. temperature. 54. Win. tomnerMi.re. 43. PrM'lltuiioii..H lnrliee. Jim. velocity ol wind. 28 NB. AccumulHtKl excnm ol temperature alnoo Jsnunry l,t rtvurevt; or on average dally exrrw of l.B dtyrecs. Total di-iiuiency of precipitation slnoe Jan uary L ii.47 Inches. U. 0. MYEK3. Observer. Note. A minus sign I ) proSxod tothor. momoter reaaiugs indicates temperature be low 7ero, A"l"'lnconnoctlon with rainfall Indloates f trace of rainfall too small to measure. Snow Is melteu and resulting depth of water not known. v 1.VLA1. S. It Krlef Mention. Bradbury pianos, 613 Chapel street. Pinks 20 cents a dozen at Champion's. High water to-day at 9:28 a. in. and 9:52 p. m. Concrete walk laid and repaired Conn. Concrete Co., 9 Church. Pine plams from fifty cents up at S. H. Moore &Co., 1054 Chapel street A choral service will be held at St. Thomai.' church to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. At South Norwalk the democrats unanimously nominated Richard H. Golden for representative. Buy a new house R. E. Baldwin. Don't miss nice blackflshingr hooks. F. F. Andrews, 5 Church street. The Tale consolidated football team will play in Meriden this afternoon against "the Tt M. C. A. eleven at Hano ver park. Croswell lodge, No. 39, 1.O.O.F., Initiat ed two candidates last night. Captain Hardy and Pilot Weatherwax of the Richard Peck. A grand sociable will be given, by Banner lodge, No. 1, Degree of Honor, A.O.U.W., Monday evening, November 6, in Golden Rule hall. The continued lively demands of pat ron's at Kirby's jewelry store, cause frequent replenishment of stock; call and see the latest novelties at Mr. Kir by's. Prof. Cappallo will give a sociable in Harugarl hall next Tuesday evening. The first socialble of Israel Putnam lodge, No. 31, A. O. U. W., will be given In Golden Rule hall Friday evening, November 2. Immense demand, those fur shoulder capes; latest styles and shapes. Bur gess Fur and Hat Co. The ladles find that now's the time to buy, and save money. Hats, gentlemen, hats; and only place to get the Knox. ' In Derby a petition signed by over 400 voters of all parties has been presented to William C. Atwater asking him to become the republican candidate for mayor of that city. Mr.Atwater asks time to consider the matter. William J. Egan, the well known Grand avenue liquor merchant, and for merly a compositor on the "Journal and Courier," has returned from a week's vacation spent in New York and Philadelphia, where he has been visit ing with friends. Those who have regarded chocolate as merely a confection will be sur prised when they test the qualities of CHOCOLAT-MENIER as a health-giving and palatable drink. Drop in at N. A. Fullerton's, 926 Chapel street any day this week, and try a cup. Best Tea 35c Found. 61 lbs. sold last Saturday. There is reason for the big sales. R. W. Mills, 382 State. Try Armour's condensed mince meat Extra fine. 426 State street 10 Pound Baskets Grapes 20c. 400 baskets for to-day's trade. R. W. Mills, 382 State. Try Armour's luncheon delicacies lamb's tongue, pig's feet pickled tripe. 420 State street JBest Java Coffee 27c Found. Last Saturday we ground 119 pounds. Let us have a bigger sale to-day from a fresh roast R. W. Mills, 382 State. .- J Try Armour's Star hams. Nothing finer can be produced. 426 State street ASOe Book Given to each customer this eve. , B. W. Mills, 382 State. C OMB OIHMCX To the Genuine Flr Sale of Flae Cloth ing at 4S4 and 4SS State afreet, a w Doors Above Court Direst. Only a Few Onya Mure. The Genuine Firs Bus expects to empty out one-third of their stock. Values will bs burled to-day and the funeral takes place to-night lis on hand to see the slaughter. This means High Class Clothing at 25 cents on the dollar, a clear saving of Tt cents on very dollar spent at this Genuine Sale, The balance of children'! pants will go for 6 cents. Just follow the smiling crowds to-day and save golden dollars. Everything has been ar ranged for a big rush. Extra force of polite salesmen are ready, so you will not bs kept waiting. The clothing Is all marked. No time will be lost to those that live out of the city. We will pay car fare. All goods sent to the surrounding towns are on our expense. Cash buys will deliver bundles to any purchaser free of charge. A chance like this sale offers will never occur again. So como at once while the stock Is yet complete. Men's Twerd CBssimere Suits that are sold In every clothing store for $15, will be sold at this fire sale for 13.85, or money refunded. Men's fine Cassl mere Suits worth $18, sold at this sale for $4.0S, or money refunded. Men's fine Scratch Cheviot suits, all the latest cut and worth 120, sold here at $5.75. Men's tailor-made Clay Diagonal suits In sack and cutaway, extra long, and worth $23, sold here for $6.50. Men's foreign wide wale and English Whip cord suits In cutaway, worth $38, sold here for $12.50. Youths' nobby suits, worth $13, sold here for $2.85. 95 cents buys Men's Splendid Pants In ten styles. $1.18 buys Men's Cassimere Pants. $1.98 buys men's fine strictly all wool pants. Men's fine trousers worth $5 sold here at $2.10. Men's custom-made fancy stripe pants, ex tra fine, worth $7, sold here for $2.75. Thousands of children's suits at a bar gain. Just think of it; $3.98 takes ele gant kersey men's overcoats, all colors and all sizes, will open your eyes. $6.19 takes extra fine melton dress over coats with beautiful wool lining, worth every cent of $16, and 45 other styles of overcoats equally as cheap. Stacks of line suits untouched by either fire or smoke, almost given away. Every thing Is being sold at retail, 25 cents on the dollar of actual maker's cost. Early buyers get first choice. Re member the number, 434 and 438 State street, a few doors above Court street, under the Westmoreland hotel. Look for Genuine Fire Sale sign before en tering. Open to-night until 11 p. m. There Are Poor Potatoes to Town, Red and white. Look out for them. 15c peck, sweet potatoes. R. W. Mills, 382 State. Trv Armour's Frankfort bratwurst, particularly fine for luncheon. 426 State. Don't be a turnip. If one does without the refinements and amusements one might as well be a turuip. Where's the use of living if you can't live? Human vegetation isn't life; mere existence isn't living. Better pot a piano now and enjoy life as you go along; give the children a chanoe; play it while you pay for it. We have good pianos for $25 and $50, splendid ones for $300. Is there any really good sound excuse why you haven't a piano so as to bring up your children like other children, giving thm the ad vantages they ought to have in order to make good members of society? Come in pud see us and let us talk it over with you. C. M. Loomis' Sons, 833 Chapel street. Don't get the wrong number. o26 3t - Kpeelal Indacemcnt. On Saturday, October 27, we will pre sent free to every purchaser of one pound of tea or baking powder three transparent china teacups and saucers (or two given away any day during the week). Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Centennial Am. Tea Co., o22 6t 363 State street A Chickering paby grand piano for sale cheap, almost new. C. M. Loomis' Sons, 833 Chapel street. o26 3t When Baby was sick, we gave hei Castorla, Whon she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. iVhen she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. When sho had Children, she gave them Castoria FURS REPAIRED HIE WORK AND SATISFACTIOI GUARANTEED. BROOKS & CO., Chapel, cor. State st. PFAFF & SON. " Boston Geese,' Connecticut Turkeys, Ducks, Ducks, Game. 7 and 9 ChunA sL 152 Portsea st. New Haven. Saturday. Oot. tt. Ml. The weather to-dayLikely to be fair, TELEPHONB No. W. At the Lace Counter will be shown the " Liberty Squares" from Liberty & Co., London, England. Vast difference between these 45 inch wide gauzy gems and the narrow contracted domes tic Imitation Squares. Here Ladies have neck adornment at once dressy, light, com fortable and modest Laos Counter. That last talk about Boys' Overcoats may have, misled you. To be sure we have the best of Reefers made in the usual way for older boys. We also have Reefers with Sailor collars, bound with braid for little fellows 3 to 8 years. The Reefer Coats cost from $3.50 to $6.50. As to this season's selections, we have beqn wonderfully successful in uniting big value and little ' cost with very sort of an Overcoat that a boy wears. Soys' Clotlilng Department. Men's Flannel or Cheviot x-i ,rrs Paiamas. $2.50 and up. Men s Night Shirts full length with fancy ( IVK on pocket, in rnff and front, shirts that wash, 47 cents each. Flannel Night Robes in checks and stripes, put to gether to stay, $1.75 each. But here's a fact you're fishing for. Men's Fine Merino Half Hose, mpde in England. Regulation price has always been 25 cents. Saturday we let them out at izyi cents a pair. Sizes 92 and 10. The magnetic Underwear Window still draws and the sale still sells and will keep on selling up to 10 o'clock Saturday night.' Men's Furnishings. Of a table full of India Cashmeres, the buyer said : " Look at them, feel of them, a whole yard and a quarter wide, good honest cloth." The writer can do no better than repeat that to the read er. This much more should be said. The greedy-for-profit merchant would sell these at 50 cents a yard and give you good value at that. But we find great profit in the good will of people and can sometimes afford to sac rifice a money profit to that end. Hence we sell these Cashmeres at 37 a yard. All colors including black. Adapted to street or house wear. Daylight Square. i The Candy Item. 500 pounds of French Brittle at 10 cents a pound for Satur day onlyi ' . ' . " Not only do we give en tire satisfaction in 'filling orders for Visiting Cards but the orders for Wedding In vitations are executed by an artist, than whom New York City supplies no better, man. Hlk, MALlTfNEEClW2- 11 , , ' Are you thinking of buying , " . A DIAMOND? - If so, call at ' ' SILVERTHAU'S, the Diamond Experts, 790 Chapel street, -And look tnrouifh their Btock. V It costs you nothing and may save you dollars. - , They are headquarters tot. Wedding Gifts. ' CALIFORNIA, rS Adset sad FHHndly eoaduetat WBtM1l Points. EXCURSIONS, VU Cbkago, U-Joi Pacmo, . KKbni Un. SMOMTCST Sotrtt. Mvtfar MATS. - Tot bidma lUmtrateA felte saa OfteM IslWsnHMI sddwn, f. E. SHEARER. Mnfr, in CUn VK, Cla or JOSEPH BIQOS, AmA, SIsmOT, Oral OsjM awsV Snrnmni, tag WuUscton SC JHMa. ivm, 0. 1L nWi THIS WEEK WILL; BE A BUSY WEEK WITH. US. We've told you all about our great line of Suits and our splendid stock of Boys' and Children's Clothing. ' Now we call your at tention to our truly wonderful array of Overcoats. Kerseys have the lead and it is right here that we are the strongest. Blacks and Indigo Blue. You will be surprised when you see the lots that we are selling for $10 and $12. Last year the same quality were considered cheap at that price. VERY FINE KERSEY OVER COATS for $15, $18, $20 and $22. The best overcoats ever shown-for the money. THE. VERY FINEST OVER COATS, and we don't know how better can be produced at any price, $25 and $30. Merchant tailors , get $40 to $60 for Overcoats made to order from the same goods, and, we fail to see wherein theirs excel in any particular. It will pay you to come fifty miles, if ne cessary, just to buy an OVERCOAT. You can1 get ah awful good overcoat or ulster for a very little money. C. E. LONGLEY & CO, 101, 103 and 105 Church Street, N-JETOT" JELjyiN, CONN, Partridge, Quail, Woodcock. Squabs and Plover. - We oan always fill your order for Game. Choice Bee and Lamb. CAULIFLOWERS, CRANBERRIES, i EGG PLANT. Call on us for Choice Market Supplies. 350 and 352 STATE STREET. 500 BUSHELS XX Potatoes, 1 bushel 70c, 5 bushels 65c This price holds good till October 80th, and no r longer. ' R. W.MILLS, 3S2 STATE STREET. Chocolate Menier 35c pound. SpeneaMfiShes &Ca OIXS, PAINTJET, : CHEMICALS. State Street 243 u CHAS. H. BROMLEY, . - MAKES of Violins, Doable Bstes, eto. New and Old Violins for sale. Repair .specialty. Bows. cehaired. Instruotloa given on the Violin. " TPerms moderate. , ti tt m OBCHA&D &f ftew Haren, Ot. sold for $15, and they DENTISTRY. G. H. GIDNEY, 707 Chapel at., Sitf doors below Oianse.estiibllshod 1871. Den-1 North side. UBirr mail its Drancnes. rioes iae lowest consistent with flrst-ciass work. WE HAVE Buckwheat Flour , of the old-fashioned kort; ' such as you used to like " before the market was' loaded witp"preparations." Ij 'you will use . P7.t'fi Berkshire County Ffcftf you am have Buckwheat Cakes thai will iaste as they used to. " New season's milling just in. Ecbv:E Hall & Son, - 77 fhapel Street. Open : Thursday Fruitv Conf nfectionery, Cigars id Tobacco, - an' Wholesale and retail. Foreign and Domestic j new am auxa. uenanas a specialty. ... ROSA litJN GOB AUDI," Mt 408 State Street. Tills Little "Fellow" .Knows a grod lamp, on" that will g-lrel ntuon MtfUi uuu niuo sou. 'Let Us Show You , A Banminfc Limn, with shades com. 'plete, we are su.llrnr this wiwlc for f '!.&.( For this week only we win sell ait IAII Wool Ingrain Carpet for. 57c a yard. ' " Ands ;, kBest Tapestry. Brussels fon , 07ca yard. A carload of Chamber Sulfa lust re-. ftfitwA.1 tn ha antrl wstrv Itsar I I A 83mD OAK Cnamher Suit with! kocvei mirror .x.iu, iur s-t. I I Look at tho IWulcne lius Parlor Suit' : we are soiling mis Witeu ror sw.au. Fmttl L. A?ei Complete House-outfftters, 755 to 763 Chapel Street. Railway and Steamship Tickets. I- OWEST rates to all points. J Staterooms and berths secured In ad- vanoe. Baggage called for and checked to desti nation. Aocldont Insnranoe. Agency tor Henry Gaze ft Ron's tours. JOHN MORSE. CO Center street, lienedlot Building. Telephone call 107-4. aulDtt In politics are bound to arise, but there is but one opinion re garding thestock of fine Furniture, Carpets, Oilcloth, Stoves, Crockery and other House furnishings to be found at i BROWN &. DURHAM, Complete Housefurnishers, ORANGE AND CENTER STREETS. Philadelphia Dental Rooms, 781 Chapel Street.' Tfeth cleaned, 75o. Teeth fllied with Amalgam, SOo. Teeth filled with Silver, 75a. leeth filled with Gold, $1.00and up. Teeth extracted, iuo. -Vitalized Air, 80c ' Teeth Fxtracted Without Pain by the use of our vitalized air, maae iresn.at our oinoe. Office Open at All Hours. . L. D. MONKS, D.D.S., Manager, f r..v-, DIFFERENCES of grin . .-. i i: ' . j HOWE A 8TET80N. Our Saturdw Sales Increasing in Popnli Week by Week. A throni? of happy purchaseri from morn' 'til night. For this Saturday, Octoberayth uanay counter , Molasses Satinettes: We offer 300 lbs. of delicious Molasses Satinettes, one of the choicest Confections and usually sold at 25c. a lb. ' Only Saturday at g 1 C. alb. Made fresh for this sale. Ribbons. 10000 yards of All-Silk Ribbons in Satin . Gros Drain with Satin Edge and Moire" shades are, It. blue, pink, yellow, orange, cardi nal, olive, rose, lilac, scarlet, navy, applegreen, white, black, cream. tOnly Saturday, 10c. a yard. This is unquestionably one of the greatest ribbon bargains ever offered. . Dress Goods. 10 piees 50-in. All-Wool Suit ings, entirely new goods, of pur own importation this fall. Regu lar price, $1.00. Only Saturday, 59c a yard. Silks. 275 yards 19-in. Black All-Silk Gros Grain. Without any excep tion the best 75c. Silk ever of fered. To bring to our Silk Coun ters the same large throng of last Saturday we say, only Saturday, 55c. a yard. Towels. An extra heavy, soft finish, all linen, Huck Towel, size 22x42. Only Saturday, -., - - ' 21c. each. Merrimac Prints. About 1500 yards of Merrimac Turkey Red Prints. Only' Satur day, ' .. . . ' :-' 4jc. a yard. Veilings. Doable width. Saturday at 5c. a yard. HOWE & STETSON. The People's Dry Goods Store. O FURS, O Newstyles. C3 Q Capes, 0 O Robes, Hats, f UMBRELLAS. GLOVES, BTO. OThe Burgess Fur S Hat Go.O WIChapel Street. , OOOOOOOO EQUAL TO ; Custom Made, fifty Iiches Long, $15.00 TO $28.00. J. 6 10m