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NEW nAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND. COURIER, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 189.
8 gouvmil and (SouvUv. NKW ll.WKN. CONN. y gj TUREB MOMTM, 1.50! OKB MONTH, 60 ckhm; On 8 Wkkk, 15 cent Swou COPIES, 8 CPNW. Friday, November 10, 1HU4. XWAuftHTIikMISS IS 10-DA.l. A Huny Throw-Howo k Rtoison. I HIM) I'll:.! Mil U). Ntfl.V & Co. K.tuic Morris Horrnmn frubuto Notice. Kur (,'nj) n-Cliim. Mnnsou Co. Hiiiindiil-T. K. Wrd it d. r'or Ki-nt Simp Ni'W H.ivnn Wbeol Co. l-'iiuntl M. n 'y-Supwintwidont of Polio. i. mini Sii.'i'l'i'm I iiii'"ruiiii K..i.UrowuCo. New Hiivi'ii Hmiw 8. II. Moselejr. ritrwt'ii lu. kwlni-Al Gr .oors. Sinx'UU Solid V.. A. hcri-i-t. miu-.. Luuiiiiiiss -4 1 1 if It Street. Wniiteu niiiiiii.ms-1I;I Franklin Mrcct. WiuilH M n-C. E. Minor. Wntil biliiuiHiu 74 l.imlwrion street. Viii'l.il-Sltimtloii l'l Murrlii Street. Vniitctl Wtummri-Wi r'rnnklln Mnot. Vt iiiiiiil WiiMliiiiir ;o I'Hrlmli- Street. V4 i.i ii . - Luiliut Uiiine S.iilth. Miitiil-Siiuutlon 07 Wini Wtr Street, WaiiumI Situation 0. E. Tliomisou. WKAl'HKK KKCOKO. AOIlICniTDBAl. U. PAKTMKNT, Orricr. or the t.'iiiKr Or TUB WKATHKH 1IUKKAO, Washington. D.C.. Nut. 15. I4,8i. m. Forecast for Friday For New Eii(flnd snd eastern New York: Generally fair; brisk to higher southwest winds. I.ncsl W minor ltepart t'OH KOVKHUKH 15, IWH b 8 A.M. P.M. BvnmMW Ml? 30 03 Temperature M 4i Kel. Humld'tv ' w. Wind Direction W BW Wind Velocity ! Weather Clear Clear Mean temperature. 40. Max. temperature. 47 Mln. temperature. 32. Precipitation. .0 niche. Max. velocity ot wind. 84 SW. AccumulHt excess or iuiuieralnre since January 1, 5U3 decrees, or au overture dully exceiw ot 1.6 degrees. Total dwluiency of preclplnttlon sines Jan. uary I, il.33 melius. D. 0. MITERS. Observe:. Note. A minus sum 1 ) pre.lxed to ttier rnometer readings indicates teiuperatu -e be low zero, A "T" In connection with rainfall indicate. I trace of rainfali too small to measure. Snow is .melted and resultiutr depth of water not known. LOCAL AJi.Ha. Uriel Mention. Good for all winter Royal shoes. Buy a new house R. E. Baldwin. High water to-day at 12 29 a, m. and 12:57 p. m. Real Estate Agent L. B. Hlnman left yesterday for a few weeks' visit In Buffalo, N. T. Manure specially composted for top dressing lawns. Conn. Concrete Co., 4 Church street A number of the members of Com pany I, Merlderj, will witness the In spection of Company K of Wallingford by Captain Beach to-night. The tasteful stage setting at the con cert at the Hyperion Tuesday even ing was arranged by James Cogan, window dresser for F. M. Brown & Co. Prof. S. W. Johnson of Yale was yes terday elected bibliographer by the As sociation of American Colleges and Ex periment stations at Its annual meeting In Washington, D. C. And now It is declared In England that Mr. Boh Cook has neither been to Oxford nor had any negotiations with Oxford about an International eight oared race with Tale. Artist John A. Hendrick of this city, the champion billiard player of Connec Icut, entertained the members of the Derby board of trade last evening, with one of his fine exhibition bages. Arrangements are about completed for the production . of the "Japanese Wedding," which Is to be given at the Christ church parish house, West Ha ven, on Tuesday evening, November 27. Attorney Frank D. Pavey, who in 1889 was a practicing lawyer In this city, was elected a member of the New York legislature from the Eleventh district of the city of New York. He is a republican. Mrs. Francis I. Wheeler, a teacher In this city, read an Interesting and logical paper before the state Sunday school convention in New London upon the subject of "Temperance Teaching for Little People." Rev. Nathan Hubbell, formerly of this city, delivered his very interesting illus trated lecture "My Journey to Jerusa lem" at the East Pearl street M. E. church, Fair Haven, last evening before a good sized audience. Professor Hadley of Yale is booked as one of the speakers for the seventh annual meeting of the American Eco nomic association, to be held at Colum bia college, New York, December 26-29. His subject is "Population and Capi ta)." :. The Connecticut Dairymen's associa tion met In Rockville yesterday and discussed "The Building Up of Dairy Herds." Addresses were made by Presi dent Robert A. Porter of Putnam, and Congressman-elect E. Stevens Henry of Rockville. Congressman-elect Dayton, who de feated Congressman Free Trade Wil son In his district in We3t Virginia, will, in all probability, eat his Thanks giving turkey in Merlden, as the guest of Mrs. Richard Allen of Cottage street, a near relative. Meriden republican leaders are talking of giving him an ovation if he comes all right. In society a cup of delicious choco late Is quite the thing. To be thor oughly correct, you should have the best procurable such Is CHOCOLAT MENIER used the world over at fash ionable soirees and dinners. During this week you are cordially Invited to have a sample cup of this healthful and ' nutritious beverage at D. M. Welch. & Sons'. 28-30 Congress Avenue. WAlLIXOFOHl. wiuiam H. Juaiy, a Brakem&n on Conductor Jennets train, had his right arm badly smashed by getting u oauffht between the bumpers while switching at this station. Dr. Wilson attended and thinks that amputation may not be necessary, Daly has been on the train only a few days and has made New Hiiven 'his headquarters. Bamuol Bartholomew of Ivy street Is critically 111 and the doctors have given him up. Charles Backes and bride are home from Newark, N. J., and located in their pleasant home on Fair street. Last evening several of the members of the Austin drum corps, of which or ganization Mr. Backes Is a member, visited the newly married couple and paid their respects and presented them with an elegant ei y chair. Charles entertained his guests In a right royal manner. As near as can be learned no regular citizens' caucus has been called, but a republican caucus will be held in town hall this evening and a complete ticket will be nominated for borough officers. The ticket to be selected will be a clean one, and will no doubt be elected if the citizens turn out and vote to-mor row, as It is hoped they will. There Ib a probability that there will be several tickets in the field. N. F. Ingraham, who has served here as constable for several years, Is in the race for the berth of deputy sheriff of this town, if there is to be a change made. He is a staunch republican and has always been and expects to remain true to the party In the future. Mr, Ingraham's claims for the position ure well founded. The Madison Square success, "Young Mrs. Wlnthrop," is booked for the opera house, Wednesday evening, No vember 21. Insurance Agent H. L. Davis has paid to Charles Paden J120.72 for loss sustained by fire on November 3. District Deputy A J. Ewen of Bir mlnpham will visit Compass lodge No. 9, F. and A. M., on Monday evening. Judge Hubbard attended the recep. tion of Congressman-elect Sperry in New Haven last evening. The Ladies' Library association net ted about $400 by the chrysanthemum show. The report of the death of Thomas J. Doherty In Queenstown seems to have been a mistake, as a letter was re ceived here yesterday, which stated that he was getting better. He left here October 3. Dr. V. L. Baldwin has sold to Charles Baldwin a lot 21x80 feet on Academy street Inspection of Company K this even ing, to be followed by a dance. The Atkinson Comedy company will present "Peck's Bad Boy" In the opera house this evening. Burglar In the Annex. Early yesterday morning burglars ef fected an entrance into the meat and provision store of W. W. Allen on Quinnlpiac street in the annex and stole a quantity of hams. There is no clue to the burglars. Stole From Sargent & Co. Edward Rowland of 245 Water street and David W. Stevens of 36 Congress avenue were arrested yesterday by De tective Sergeant Dennehy and locked up, charged with theft. Both men have been employed at Sargent's fac tory and have made a practice of stealing brass locks and other goods from the factory and selling them. Rowland has confessed his guilt and Implicates Stevens in the transaction. Both men will be tried in the city court this morning. WOMB RIDGE CB.VRVH. An Interesting Mem rial of the Commem oration of Its ISOtli Anniversary. The 150th anniversary sermon deliv ered in the Woodbridge Congregational church by Rev. S. P. Marvin, pastor of the church, an address by Thomas R. Trowbridge of this city and other inter esting matjers, are published in a neat pamphlet. The pamphlet also contains a fine picture of Rev. Mr. Marvin, a picture of the church as it now is, and a picture of the first meeting-house in Woodbridge. The whole forms a very Interesting memorial of a very interest ing occasion and will be much prized by those who .took part in it and by others interested in the old town. EXTEBTAIXIXO KECITAZ In Warner Hall Cat Evening. The second recital of the Reynolds school of elocution was held In Warner hall last evening. The hall was nearly filled and the following program was admirably rendered: March By twelve pupils under the di rection of Miss Fleetwood. Opening address Miss Etta Fisher. Song Recitation, Miss Beulah barker, "The Menagerie" Master Michael Hess ler. "Little Highland Sheardess"-Miss Re becca Harris. "True Source of Contentment" Miss Fannie HodgedOn. "The Statue in Clay" Miss Daisy May er. "The Smack In School" Master Roy Root. "Little Orphan" Annie" Miss Gertie Roy. Character duet, original Miss Lottie Reynolds, W. Manning Reynolds. "Poor Little Joe" Miss Loretta Sulli van. "In the Mining Town" Miss Carrie Rohr. "Quaker and the Robber" Master Led yard Hastings. "The Marble Dream" Miss Lottie Rey nolds. ' "Jane Conquest" 'Miss Emma Clark. Tableaux Mouvant By seven pupils. Virginia , Reel" Miss Edith Roy. Little Jack Two Sticks" Miss Irene Evarts. Poses Plastiques Miss Clara Fleetwood. "Pride of Battery B." Miss Eleanor Mc- Gowan. "A Southern Horse Race" Miss Louva Redfield. "Vos Bender Henshpecked" W. Man ning Reynolds. There are thirty pupils In the school and their work done last evening shows that they are progressing finely. BHOHE riCKKTTa KOSK. Oeorg Collier Struck Hlin With a Htlefc or Hatchet. Jehiel K. Pickett, who has a long po lice record for theft and other crimes, spent last night in a cell at police head quarters nursing a broken nose. The Injuries were Inflicted by George Col lier. About 8:30 o'clock last evening l'lckett went to Collier's house at 42 Button street and insisted upon seeing his housekeeper. Collier refused to al low him to see the woman, whereupon, It Is said, Pickett picked up a long, heavy stick and made an assault upon Collier. The latter, in self-defense, so he claims, as he retreated within the door, picked up a stick and threw It at Pickett, striking blm across the nose and breaking it Both men were arrested and locked up, charged with breach of the peace. Police Burgeon Gaynor was called and dressed Pickett's injuries in the lock up. Plckettt is the man whom Officer Charles A. Hooper was chasing when he fell across the railroad tracks and sustained Injuries which subsequently resulted In his death two years ago. Collier was released last night under bonds of $100, furnished by his brother, Kdward Collier. Pickett insists that he wits struck with a hatchet Mrs. Thomas Couch of Florence, Mass., is the guest of "Jane," Mrs. Mar lln, at her apartments at the Elliot' house. Domestic economy comes from buy Ing meat of the Booth Meat Co. Bit buyers; big sellers. Prices down ti zero. Four stores: 370 State street, 6:)1 Grand avenue, 62 Congress avenue ant' 7 Grand avenue, Fair Haven. nl6 2t If the Baby Is Cutting: Teeth, lie sure and use that old and well-tried remedy. Mrs. Window's Soothlnir Syrup for children tccttiinir.lt soothes thccnlld.softons the gums. ullnyHull pain, eu es wind colic and Is the bcsi remedy for diarrhoea. 25 cents bottle. sl7 in w f aud w Fine stock of Bradbury and Sterling pianos at E. L. Catlln's, 643 Chapel St. From the Sub-Treasury. In Boston we have just received On' Thousand ($1,000) dollars in Columbia) souvenir half-dollars we win give out ii. change to customers. nl4 3t D.W. Cosgrove & Co. WASBIXOTOX EXCURSIONS. All Expenses Included. A series of personally conducted ex cursions to Washington, D. C, during the season of 1894-1895, under the aus pices of Hygela & Recreation Tourist Co., designed particularly to accommo date the people of New England, will be operated via the Royal Blue Line. These excursions will cover a period of four days, and rate of $15.00 from New Haven, will include fare for the round trip, accommodations at hotels in Washington, transfers and trip to Mount Vernon. The next party will leave Nov. 20th, and other dates will be announced lateri For circular or in formation call on or address Peck & Bishop, 702 Chapel street. nl2 7t Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria Children Cryfo; Pitcher's Castoria. CONFIDENCE In a diamond merchant Is a more de sirable quail cation on the part of in tending? purchasers than reliance on their own limited knowledge of the relivtlve values and merits of Precious Stones. To become expert in Gems, one re quire? not only a natural genius for toe prof ession, but m:iny years of close application and constant associ ation. Our established reputation as Bli monrl merchants is a guarantee that misrepresentation i never reso. ted to In or lcr to effee a Bale, and we cor dially invite the public to cal on us and look through our magntlioent it ray of Diamonds, selected wiln care, which wo offer at least 15 per cent, less than any other h iuse In New Haven. SILVEkTHAU'S Jewelry Store, 790 Chapol street, tlie Diamond tixp.;rts, Headquarters for VVe.ldln r Gifts. Select your Christniai gifts n w and save monov. PFAFF & SON. Boston Geese, Connecticut Turkeys, Ducks, Ducks, Game. 7 and 9 Church st. 152 Portsea st. FURS REPAIRED FINE WORK . AND .. . ' ." SATISFACTION 4 GTJARAETEED. BROOKS & CO., Chapel, 1 cor. State st. New Ilnron. Friday, Nov, U. Ml. The weather to-dayLikely to be fair, TELEPHONE No, TO. SUITS. The three-day sale of Boys' Suits begins this morning. Sale Days Friday, Saturday, Monday. Have you noticed that bunch of women at the new Pattern Counter ? It's a reg. ular thing every day during busy hours. What makes it? There can be but one answer, dissatisfaction with old patterns. 'Twould take two columns to properly discribe the advantages of " Standard " Patterns. Let's note just a few points. They are closer graded patterns. Don't allow as large seams as the old kinds, consequently don't use up as much material. The di rections for putting together are not bewildering, but on the other hand so simple that a child could learn how. Not all the women buy who visit the counter. They like to get hold of the pattern sheets and get ideas, a thing which we are pleased to have them do. No pushing pat terns on any one at this coun ter. Simply telling their merits if you wish to listen. . Daylight Square. We have spoken of what " Experience " has done for us in Art Needlework, Boys' Clothing and other depart ments. Experience personi fied is at work in the big Basement. Discover that, if you go no r further than glassware and crockery, There'll be no trouble to get what you want this season. A' systematic arrangement of clean, bright, sparkling, up-to-date china, glassware, bric-a-brac, lamps, etc. There's a fine family of fabrics (fine for their kind) dwelling under the full blaze and sunshine of Daylight Square. See the Table. AH Wool Sefires. All Wool Cashmeres. All Wool Mixiuivs All Wool Fancy Cloths. Double width, 25 cents a yard. The colors .that you'd naturally choose. Very doubtful if New York city has anything on the boards to beat this value. Dress Goods Store. Main Entrance. Dress Reform in Union Suits for women. Prices de bar nobody. . Two or three different makes, .89 $i.oo, $1.50, $2.00, $2.25 $3.00, $3-25- " Ypsilanti" the best made, a ; little higher priced. Hosiery and Underwear Counter. How those Cobbler-seat oak and cherry Rockers do sell. . Can scarcely keep them in stock, at $2.98. Want to brighten the Dining-room a bit for Thanks giving ? F irst class, - low priced Sideboards, Chairs, Tables, Stands are here for that very purpose. Furniture, Second and Third Floors. MalleMeeiM- California Excursions VIA Southern Pacific Co. LOWEST RATES.' Also tickets for TEXAS, MEXICO, CHINA and JAPAN. ' , t - 1, QUI on or address - ? - . . E. 1 E. CURBIEKrv N. E. Agent, 189 Devonshire sC Boston, Has., s ,; UeodSra . - t 7t ' Ns'vv Q is. what the tSonstfmptive must have ! C f-yjjr.. 8 After it is increased .by X O GRATKFCL-COMrORTINO. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST .'UPPER. "By thorouKh knowledge of the natural laws whleh rovers tlieoperutlonsof digestion and nutrition, and by s careful application of the flue properties of well-seleot. d Coooa, Mr, Kpps has provldM for our breakfast and sup. per a deilcaloly flavored beverage which tuny save us many heavy doctors" bills. It Is by lbs Judicious us of suoh articles of diet that s constitution may be irrmdimlly built up until strong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are Hoailujr around us ready to attack wnereve there is a weak point. We may csoape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortltied with pure blood and s properly nourished fiHine.' Civil Service Gazette. Made simply with boiling water or milk. Bold only In naif-pound tins, by grnoers. la belled thus: JAMtri EPl'S & CO., Ltd,, Hnmceopatuto Chemists, 03dm tuAwn London. England L. W. ROBINSON. ARCHITECT, Bemoved to No. 760 CHAPEL STREET. - The Best? - There is but one best . nothing better. A shower of adjectives.will not make the best better; but how the word is abused ! For instance : the best Coffee in one store would have no place in ours, for it would not be good enough. The same is true as regards Butter, Tea, Spice and a dozen other staple articles in our stock. Try the experiment some time tee what "The best" means here. Edw. E. HALL & Son. liebig COMPAHT'S . Au invaluable produot made from the finest beef t he world produces. Extract of Beef Distributing airents for Cotiri ' Talunt.t:. i 0 Of Norwegian COD LIVER OIL with GUAIAC0L von will find the loss of flesh will stop. Then you will commence to nut on fat. Whv is this? It is be cause the Guaiacol destroys the poi sonous Bacteria present in the blood and the stomach ; in other words, It e-ives Nature a chance. It is pleasant to take and the kind Physicians Prescribe. At all drug stores. ' T. A. SLOCDM CO.. HEW Y9BK. CX00(XOOCXX00000000000000 CARLOAD MW PROCESS FLOUR, $3.95 bbl. 23 lbs Gran ulated Sugar $1.00, 60 tubs Fancy Butter, S8o lb. , Car of ; Fancy Potatoes, " v 65c bu. . . Old times hare come again. ' R. W. MILLS, 382 State street. SpencenMatthewsaCa PAIHTjSf. CHEMICALS. 2f tate Street 243 31 Has issued his Thanks giving proclamation. Gov: ernor Morris will soon fol low suit. Then comes the turkey, the cranberry sauce,' the oyster pie, the celery and contentment, if not dys pepsia. We are ready to supply, any demand in the line of working utensils and table ware, or the table it self, and the chairs. Our sale of Ranges last week was very large, but we ex pect to make it larger this week. Can we do anything for you ? BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Houseturnishers, ORANGE AND CENTER STREETS. Cash or Credit. FAMISH TOUR DIHM ROOM Complete from our stock of Furniture. "WHY NOT Buy where you can purohase the entire outfit in one store! and thereby save time and. money. 'OUR TRADE Is largely made up of . people who have been coming back tol do their trading with us year g after year, which Is a goodf recommendation in itself. I JUST AS A STARTER, We will sell this week an Eng-I llsh Porcelain DinneT Set of 3 112 pieces, finely decorated, al $7.98. A. BANQUET LAMP, Onyx base and silk shade com 9 plete, for $4.65. 1 A lot of very pretty, decorated! Fnrinift L: Avei, Complete House-outfitter, I S 755 to 763 Chapel Street. On on avapv attpti! nr Partridge, Quail, Woodcock, Squabs and Plover. .... 1 We can always fill your order for Game. Choice Bee and Lamb. - CAULIFLOWERS, CRANBERRIES, ' EGG PLANT. Call on us for Choice Market Supplies. - 350 and 353 STATE STBEET. M Elan Co J. JOHNSON & SON Are Offering a Large Assortment of li'uiil 1 mi i s Uf era AT :-y V $7,50, li $121. , ALSO, BoyS Suits and Extra Pair Pants FOB $1.85, worth $3.00. - ,1. JOHNSON k SOI; f 85 CHURCH. STREET, HOWE & STETSON. Howe gfETSON 767-771 Chapel Street, A BusvJ Throngjf AROUND THAT PILE OF 29cALIrOOL IBESUODOS Little wonder. when we con sider the price. You want one or more of these dresses. Take warning and don't wait too long. The Grand Jaw Reduction Sale of hi Us; in unqualified success. Everybody ooiisedes this. , Printers' Ink Can't bejrin to do justice to our stock of Silks. Come and judge for yourself. ( The Town is! Fairly Wild Over those 69c figured Silks. We know what we're saying and mean what we say when we assert That this is the greatest Silk bargain from every Soint of Tiew that we aye ever offered. Black Duchess Figured Silks 89c 59c Black Gros qq Grain BrocheOwl- 27Lining Silk59C Velvets AU the most desirable shades 75c Up Our Embroidery Department- l- Surveys struggling competi tion from the lofty, well de served pinnacle of success. I We need say but little about this department, for it adver tises itself. Remember that au designs are original and exclusive. Howe & Stetson, THE PEOPLE'S DRV GOODS STORE. OOOOOOOO O FURS, O Newstylea. q Capes, Q O Robes, Hats, UMBRELLAS, GLOVES, HO. OTh6 Burgess Fur JHatCcO f"y IMOhapel Strsat, OOOOOOOO