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XKW HAVKN. CONN. Tuius Months, 1.60; Oki Month, 60 CENT OSS WsEK, 16 OEKTS; SlNOLl Copies, a frxw. Thursday, November i!U, 18M4. Mttr Airt:KvisEMExri ro-UAt. Annual Town Minting- Board guleotmeo, I lly KIdiIuik J. F. Ur.iiumituu. t'umubor Mull 6t H..w.irii Annuo, limlj Hint .WhiIi-j'. .Wlj & Co. Hr, Greene's .Nervum Al I)iiiuiiih. l in l i t.! in it), ii i t i in m Opera llimac. Knleritilmncnt tlyunrhm Theater, Kyi- O.iiiwu. Wrlm Si liiiuili'. K tutu U.iImmi AiMoiil -P "but Kiitiee. I .1 .H.- Bimtii' Warner ilC' mar Ptrect, For Sale- M iro Winner, (Ut CVnler Mmi. ; nr -ii' H uie J ho T nl u. Fur Item-lt iimiH-Al Oriuigv Mnot. ii.niMii.iitu i.niitihiiu r.'i.Urown 3t Co. TImiiImkivIii . Dinin r-tWl Cli;iii l Mn i l, i- Pi-. Hit it.-aJ r uox ail. City. iwi- Omk Rl mln insuvul. V ur Chrsiiiuw Ku.jI' Uakcry, W J'.Ai lihlt Itl.lOUD. AnHII'ITITCIIAl. D PAIITMPMT. urrn r. or ti: Chikp Or THE Wkathkh IIUHIAU, Washington, D. C Ni.v. 2. mm. , m, Fornnst foe Thuivlay For Nuw England: GrniT.i ly lair, slight changes In temperature; uortn winds. Lural V eat her Ileport. tOK HOVEMIIKK28. UM. 8 A.M. Rnrnmeter 80.03 Temperature. IB llcl. Humidity 38 wind Direction W Wind Velocity SO Weather Clear P.M. 30.41 i' 40 N 7 Clear Mean temperature. 30. Mm. temperature.8. Mln. temperaturo. 28. Precipitation. .0 inciiea. Wax. velocity of wind. Si N. Acciitmilatrit excess ot temperature slnoe January 1, 485 demrees: or un average dally txrrwi ot 1.6 degrees. Total di'lli ienoy of precipitation since Jan uary 1, .2 16 inches. U. Q. MYERS, Observer. Note. A minus sirn f ) prefixed to ther mometer readings Indicates temperature be iow zero. A "1"' in connection with rainfall Indicates ii race of rain fali too small to measure. Snow is melted and resulting depth of water not known. JUCAL AJH&. Brief Mention. Photos by Electricity. Bur a new house R. B. Baldwin. Quite a drop In the mercury last tight High water to-day at 11:48 a, m. and 12:00 p. m. New invoice of palms and fans at Champion's. Evergreen wreaths for the cemeteries at Champion's. Pine Easter lily plants for Thanks giving at Champion's. Mrs. R. G. Mitchell of this city is a guest of her parents in Norwalk. Manure specially composted for top dressing (lawns. Conn. Concrete Co., 49 Church street. Marron glace, salted almonds, fine chocolates and bon-bons for Thanksgiv ing at Hauff Bros. Sheriff Tomlinson, who has been very ill with an attack of inflammation of the bowels. Is convalescing. Ticket agents on all the railroads re port an extra large increase of passen ger travel due to the Thanksgiving sea- 60IU Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Wood and son LeRoy of Norwalk will spend Thanks giving with Mrs. C. H. Loomis in this city. George T. White, manager of Heu folein's cafe, gave a fourteen pound tur key to each of his married employes last evening. The Eighth ward democratio nominat ing committee -will meet in Pyramid hall this evening to nominate candidates for alderman and councilmen. East Rock lodge, A. O. U. W., through its recording secretary, L. J. Mundelin, has paid to the estate of the late William Neylan a benefit of $2,000. The grand sociable given by Crusader Castle No. 3, Knights of the Golden Eagle, was held in Golden Rule hall last evening. The grand march wa3 led by Charles E. Tyler and wife. The annual Thanksgiving ball of the Arion Singing society and the New Haven Turners was held last evening in their halls and was a very pleasant event for all the many participants. The police investigating committee held another star chamber session last evening and heard the evidence of several witnesses. The members of the committee would not even disclose the names of the witnesses. Mr. Alphor.so Dimon and wife of Bridgeport are in the city to spend Thanksgiving with friends. Mr. Dimon has been over twenty years a faithful and trusted employe of the Union Metallic Cartridge company at the Park city. Mr. E. B. Munson, the paper box manufacturer, of the National Paper Box company, removed yesterday to his beautiful new residence on Whitney avenue, corner of Cottage street, and the family will to-day eat their Thanks giving dinner in the new house. It is ,one -of the best built residences on this fine avenue, is of the best North Haven brick and contains ten fine rooms with all the -modern improvements. The property is valued at from $25,000. to $30,000. It Is. a handsome improvement on this avenue. Cole & Chandler of Boston were the architects, Smith, Bperry & Treat were the mason con tractors, and David H. Clark was the contractor for the Joiner work. The interior woodwork is all hard wood and very handsomely finished. The lot is nearly, 100 Xeet front by. 2QQ feet; deej. TXB KtM CITY .' 7 XDXHQABTKX, A Beautiful Illu ,,,.,, f it, WorkA Uollr htful Kntnriftlitinant Ynlerda. A delightful entertainment was given yesterday morning to the children of the Elm City Mission klndergarte at their room In Welcome hall on Oak street, it was a, sort of drama-Una lion of th Idee, of a New England Thanksgiving; at grandma's, an Idea cnarminuly developed by Miss Klntr tho principal, and her assistants, and presenting an object lesson to th. children not easily to be effaced from tneir memory, At t o'clock the children assembled about thirty-five In number, In the pres ence or several invited guests, and a me ringing of the church bell, wrai their cloaks and draw down their caps vm pantomime) and proceed to church. Arrived in the pews, a brief service of prayer and song Is given, with rain or tilings to be thankful for. Ite tiring hence preparation Is made for a sieign ride "over the river and through tne wooait to grandfather's house. tw of the boys adorned with bells playing ine roie or norse, while others In long 1111W iimne up two merry parties, one or old folks" and one of "young folks, and proceed with sleighing songs till "Grandma's" Is reached, where burns In the kitchen a bright wood fire and wnere long tables daintily decorated witn grains and autumn fruits greet tneir astonished eyes. Then comes thp dinner, at which a toast Is offered bv one or ine little ones: thanksgiving day with its hearty cneer, All the good family gathered here." men mo squirrel is fed. games are piayer, specimens of the work done by the children is proudly displayed for grandma's approval, corn Is popped apples eaten, songs sung around the blazing fire, and grandmother Inquires about kindergarten, where the chil ciren have learned the sones. thus making a review and an exhibit of the kindergarten work. Lasfly the baskets are distributed, containing candy, nuts and fruit and good-bye songs are sung and Thanksgiving is over. Every point in the whole representa tlon has been skillfully wrought to im press Its lesson, and the Bcene they have witnessed and in which they have been actors, will remain with the children as a fairy memory a seed in their hearts' soil to bear precious fruit in later years. . The teachers deserve great praise for the enthusiasm displayed in this de lightful mission work, and the neat and improved appearance of the children emphasizes the value of the work being done. The school is daily open to visitors in the morning and a visit is an in spiration. Grateful acknowledgment Is made to the Welch kindergarten for baskets of fruit, to the Dwight Place Sunday school for flowers and to Mr. Oneto for basket of candy. The names of the teachers are: Miss Rachel King, principal; Misses Bul lard, Pardee, Beckley, Allen, Dettra, Mills and Baldwin, assistants. yOT AX A. P. A. A Sworn Statement From Alderman John W. Lowe. I, John W. Lowe, of the town and county of New Haven, State of Con necticut, hereby solemnly make oath and say: That, whereas, the Catholic Standard, a newspaper published in the city of New Haven, did on the 17th day of November, state that I, the said John W. Lowe, was a member of an organi zation known as the A. P. A. Now, therefore, I, the said John W. Lowe, hereby certify, declare and say that the article in question is false in every particular, so far as it refers to me. I am not, and have never been, at any time, a member of that society, have never been identified, either di rectly or indirectly, with the society, have never attended one of the society's meetings and do no know where it meets ; that I am not a member of any or ganization or society that prevents or in any way interferes with my voting for candidates for office, irrespective of their religious creed or affiliations. JOHN W. LOWE. State of Connecticut, County of New Haven, ss. New Haven, November 28, 1894. Personally appeared John W. Lowe, signer of the above and foregoing affi davit, and made oath that the state ments therein contained are true, be fore me, ' JOHN S. FOWLER, Assistant Clerk of the Superior Court for New Haven County. Important acta. If you have dull and heavy pain across forehead and about the eyes; if the nostrils are frequently stopped up and followed by a disagreeable dis charge; if soreness in the nose and bleeding from the nostrils is often ex perienced; if you are very sensitive to cold in the head, accompanied with headache, then you may be sure you have catarrh, and should (immediate ly) resort to Ely's Cream Balm for a cure. The remedy will give instant re lief. n24 3teodltw Call at Beers' Photo parlors and see their wonderful electrical apparatus work. No more daylight required ; ' the finest photos made up to 9 o'clock every evening. Gallery open Thanksgiving day. '. n28 3t Absolutely Pure. A cream of tarter baking powder. Highest of all in leavening BtrengtD. Latest United States Government Food Report. Uoyal Baking Powder Co., 100 Wall st., N. T. P017DER NEW IIAVEN MORNING JOURNAL ANp COURIER, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, ftm Haven. Thursday, Nov. St, ti. The weather to-day Likely to be fair. TKLEPHONK v . Store closed Thursday, Accept our best wishes for a happy Thanksgiving Day. PFAFF fr. Qflivr Choice Beef. carload of Fancy Beef, specially selected tor us for pur Thanks giving trade. Poultry, Poultry. Finest Connecticut and Ohio stock, im mense quantities to select from. Game, Game. Quail, Partridge, Grouse, 7 and 9 Church st. 152 Portsea st. CONFIDENCE Io a diamond merchant is a more de sirable qualification on the part of in tending; purchasers than reliance on their own limited knowledge of the relative values and merits of Previous Stones. To become expert in Gems, one re quires not only a natural genius lor tne profession, but many years of olose application and constant associ ation. Our established reputation as Dia- , mond merchants is a guarantee that mlsro'preseutation is never resorted to in oritii' to effect a sale, and we cor dially invite the public to call on us and look through our magnifloent ar ray ot Diamonds, selected with oare, which wo offer at least 15 per cent, less than any other houso In New Haven. , SILVERTHAU'S Jeweiry Store, 790 Chapel atreot, the Diamond Experts, Headquarters for Wedding: Gifts. Select your Christmas gil'iguow and save money. Fine stock of Bradbury and Sterling pianos at E. L. Catlin's, 643 Chapel St. FURS REPAIRED PIKE "WORK and V'" ;y SATISFACTION . &UAEAITEED. BROOKS & CO. Chapel, cor. State st. What Our Claims Ire. WB claim that our Teas and Coffees are of the highest quality to be found ; that they are pure and unadulterated. We can not be persuaded to mix (as has been at em pted) the poor with the good and then sell for high prices. cryaen-s Jfiast Jtocfc. Tea Stolre, 873 State Street near dwrds. t BOYS' SUITS, . BOYS' REEFERS, BOYS' ULSTERS, BOYS OVERCOATS We offer some splendid bargains this week in garments just received for Boys and Children. L STJIT: $2.50, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00, $6.50. $7.50 $8.50. $10, $12, and up to $22. REEFERS: $4.00, $5.00, $6.00, and $10. ULSTERS: $5.00, $6.50, $7.50, and $20 OVERCOATS: . $3.00, $4.00, $5;00, $6.50, $7.50, $8.00, $10, $12, $16, $18, $20 and $22 We are doing a great business this fall in Boys' arid Children's to have the taking we know are correct. C. E. LONGLEY & CO, 101, 103 and 105 Church Street, r ' " ' LOOK AT OUR DISPLAY OF Meats, Game, Poultry, Vegetables and Fruits. NATIVE TURKEYS, OHIO DUCKS CONNECTICUT GOSLINGS, GROUSE, QUAIL, SWEETBREADS, CAULIFLOWERS. And All The Delicacies. 350 aiid 352 STATE STREET. F8l!0ffll!l!lSiTillE! Sage Cheese. Sweet Cider. ', Hickory Nuts. - ' , "" , New Mixed Nuts 10c lb. " "" 's New Grenoble Nuts. ' Sweet Florida Oranges from 20o to 85o doz. - ''" Ansonia Doughnuts. Briggs' Homemade Minoe and Squash Pie, Bread and Cake. Fresh Celery on Wednesday, 12o bunch. . AT THE OLD STAND.' '"l , IE. E. NICHOLS, 378 StatS. St 1 " f " , . t $6.50, $7.50, $8.00, $8.50 $8.50, $10, $12, $15, $18 Clothing. We seem styles and the prices it:'.' : ' -''.; A Maryland lady sends us every ' r THANKSGIVING some of her home-made Plum Pu dding. Our customers won't ' all own up that it's better than their own make but they do say it's as good and we have some pretty particular housekeepers to please v too. POUND BAGS, 38? ' Two " " 75? Edw E.Hall& Son J. " 770 Chapel Street. SpeocenMatthews &Ctx l; ,:vv:pBLSe CHEMICALS. State Street 243 Q-redt; Display of Fruits. TTABfJON Brown brand sweet Florida Or JT anges, Orapes in every varletr,Peaohes. Fesm andhHums, new French. Chestnuts, Grapefruit' .' ' ' - . .Popular prijjes. Goods delivered. Telephone. ' .'. . ' KKAK CHUHCH. f -". v " " ' , , fill. CHAJf JSi BXKJMGTi ' . . 1894. It Isn't Very Pleasant 'fo Inyile your TbajitwglTlnit guest uno jour dining room wuun you .snow that it ii suauuuy luruuuoo... YOUB THANKSGIVING DINNER ,' i I Will be a tuocets If (erred fromi one of our Dinner Sets. Tbose tTM Dinner Sets sold so well we bave doolded to offer another tot at a great suorlfloe. 130 Piece Dinner Set, Fine porcelain, Rldgeway's New Goldeu Brown, Clevedon gold trimmed, at $14.08. A few more of the 7.08 sets ' left. iBaking Dishes of All Kinds ! Fanoy Crockery, both orna mental aud useful. Yellow DIhIips, Drip Pans, and Pie Plates. , DINING CHAIRS, EXTENSION TABLES, SIDEBOARDS and CHINA CLOSETS. Frrtrht L Averill, Complete House-outfitter, 755 to 763 Chapel Street. Open every evening. SEE THE PEOPLE Crow ding up ' for Turkey avois, just about the way we ike to have our friends visit us, and the way you will come too, when once you know the splendid bargains we are show ing in Sideboards, Exten sion Tables, Dinner Sets, Ranges, etc., etc. If we should begin to men tion prices you , would think it surely a fable ! Come and see the finest line of Extension Tables ever shown at about half usuarp rices. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnishers, ORANGE AND CENTER STREETS. . Cash or Credit. A FRIEND IN NEED. DK. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Prepared from tho recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet ot Connecticut, the great Natural Bone Setter. Has been used tor more than 30 year and is the best known remedy tor Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Cuts. Wounds and all external Injuries. C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor. Sole Agent. MILIUM State street, , SELLS Fancy Vermont Turkeys 15o lb. Cape Cod Cranberries llo quart. 2 pounds Mixed Nuts I9c. Sweet Potatoes 156 peok. 1,000 baskets Grapes at 17c Florida Oranges Cut Prices. We have suab a long list of drives that wo hardly know where to stop. So come see us. S'iViwa Large Stock Merits Overcoats, $7.50, worth, $10.00 Sizes 34 to 44, in Black and Blue. - w Ever) Dollar's Worrh of . Boys' Jilllnlliu S 35 MdJRGH ST; unyg & STETSON. ' Howe:.; TETSON 7$7-77 Chapel Street;,. x. Silk Prices. They're the ; cause of - the great crowds at our Silk coun ter every day. . -s$69c a yd Js- For your-choice of the largest and best line of Si.od figured Silks ever shown in this city. 2 Big Drives A limited quantity of Steam's celebrated black Satin Duchess, a quality which we guarantee is far superior to any ever before shown at this price. $1.35 a yd. juvery yara warranted. A better quality same at $1.90 a yd. An immense stock of Gros de Londres and Gros Grain Broches at 89c and $1.00 a yd. COLORED CHINAS A very large assortment of shades at 17c, 25c, 39c, 50c and 69c a yd. VELVETS Over 200 different shades of Silk Velvets at 75c, $1, $1.25 and $1.50. At $1.00 a yd. We offer a special value in black Silk Velvet. REnEflBER Every yard of Silk sold by us is of reliable maSSr and warranted to wear. DON'T FAIL To supply yourself with Thanksgiving Linens, Trays, Doylies, Cloths, etc. Howe & Stetson, THE PEOPLE'S DRY GOODS STORE. oooooooo O FURS, O " New.stylea. . tapes, q Robes, Hats, o UMBRELLAS, GLOVES, DO. V The Burgess Fur I Hat Oo.O ' '.61CKpel Street. J OOOOOOOO CHAS. H. BROMLEY, " TAKER of Violins, Doable Bases. es. eto. UeDair- li iNewanaum viouns tor saie. aa a specialty. Bows rehalred. instruotloa given on the Violin. Terms moderate. si tt HB3 OKCHAKD ST., New Haven, Ct Clothing Has Been Marked Dawn. m ' ' f i- - -