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WKYV HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, FRTDAY,NOVEMHKK to, )m.
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Accumulate! excess of lumpers) ure slnee January 1, W& dinrccs: or tut uvtruge dully O''o or ueirrees. Total liiii'iney ot preoipuatlon since Jan uary L, iS.16 inches. 0. G. MYERS. Olwerver. Note. A mlnu, sign ) profiled tothor. rnomcier readlnva indicates temperature be low zero. A "1"' In connection with rainfall Indioates t trace or rainfall too small to measure. '.Snow la melted una resulting- depth of water not known. J AH. A t. A A I 4. lUlei Mention. Buy a new house R. E. Baldwin. High watei lo-Juy ut 12 26 a. in. and 12:31 p. m. Manure specially composted for top dressing lawns. Conn. Concrete Co., 49 Church street The Elm City football eleven of New Havan played with the Wllimantic team at Willimantic. The Wllliman tlc team defeated the Elm City by a score of 22 to 0. The Eighth ward democratic nomi nating committee met at Pyramid, hall last evening and appointed James J. Carr, William Geary and James E. Hlne"y a committee to nominate a ticket for ward officers. The Morgan & Humiston Co. made each of the employes a present of a turkey for Thanksgiving, in accordance with their usual custom. The gifts Were much appreciated. Matt Grau, in advance of the Jules Grau Opera company, which comes to the Grand opera hous;, Is at the New Haven house completing arrangements for the appearance of the company. Conductor J. E. Wilson of the "can non ball" fast freight between New London and New York, who has been under surgical treatment at the hospi tal in this city for the past six weeks, is able to be out again. The Grand opera house was never more crowded with people since the house was built than It was last even ing, and at the matinee there were 2, 300 people. Last night every inch of standing room was taken. James B. Wickwise, a guest at the Aldrich house, reported to the police yesterday that his room at the Aldrich house had been robbed of an overcoat, a watch and a considerable sum of money. Detectives Cowles and Reilly were detailed upon the case, but up to last night had not succeeded in obtain ing any cine to the thief. Patrolman Owen J. Daily last night arrested at Church and Crown streets Harry Clifton, a deserter from the navy. The New Tork authorities had telephoned a description of the deserter to the local police. Officer Daily will receive $60 from the United States gov ernment for capturing a deserter. Mr. C. S. DeForest received a tele gram last evening announcing that the rendwned tadame Nordica, who Is to appear here in the Gounod society's grand presentation of the Messiah, ar rived at New Tork yesterday afternoon from Paris on the steamer La Bre tagne. A New Tork paper yesterday announced that she was to arrive on the Majestic. Madame NorMca comes laden with honors from her season of grand concerts in France and Ger many. Many Cases of Typhoid Fever. Thirty-nine cases of typhoid fever have been reported to the health au thorities so far this month. Of this number only nine have proved fatal. The majority of the cases are severe, but fortunately only a small per cent, have proved fatal. During the months of August, September, October and No vember there have been 109 cases of ty phoid fever reported, 26 of scarlet fever and 29 of diphtheria. During the same period there have been twenty deaths from typhoid fever, three from scarlet fever and ' eighteen from diphtheria. During the year 129 cases of typhoid fever have been reported, thirty-nine of which have been reported during the present month. Will Attend Ills Daughter's Wedding. Patrolman James Reynolds of police headquarters will leave for San Fran cisco December 1 to attend the mar riage of his daughter to a prominent business man of that city December 10. Patrolman Reynold! will be absent from the city six weeks, VHH MOST SOIL. VIII. The legislature It in teuton and all Vermont la flocking to the capital. Members' wives and children; male and female lobbyists; W. C. T. U. politi cian! who want a "mandatory clause" put Into the law requiring the effects of Intoxicant! and narcotlci to be taught In the public schools; advocate! of this or that flower ai the "state posy;" students from the colleges, sem inaries and acadomles; Itinerant troupci of show-men and minstrels; Loyal Leglonlsts and Grand Army men; all sorts end conditions of men are represented In the biennial heglra. Partlei are being given, reunions art held and anniversaries celebrated, and all goes merry as a marriage bell. In the midst of all thli Junketing and feasting Bishop Hall, during the pres ent week, is holding an eight days' "mission" with three service! a day, at Christ (Episcopal) church, with large congregations. Under his wise and energetic administration the church Is "lengthening her cords and strength ening her stakes." All denominations flock to hear him wherever he goes, and he goes everywhere. He Is not only the bishop, but the chief mlssonary of his diocese. The biennial session Is an "outing;" It Is more! it is a grand picnic for the whole state. The retiring governor gives a reception; so does the Incom ing governor; then comes "Ladles' week," which is one continuous round of gaieties; the Bible society; the Ver mont Ofllcers' association, the regi mental societies and other patriotic bodies, hold their reunions; the legisla ture makes one or more excursions a week, and all Vermont Is on the qui vlve. The senate has members and the hourfe . Each body has its chaplain, and the morning session is opened with reading of the scriptures and prayer. Happening in at the "House" the other day, a bill making the red clover the state flower was brought in from the senate. It was read, and a member rose querying whether it was the red or white clover that the ladies wished. He wanted them "to have their own sweet will." Another member was In favor of the white clover because it is an indigenous plant, and one of the most useful to Vermont. Another was favorablj' disposed to the "green sprig" which was worn by the Green Moun tain boys in the Revolution. The bill was "ordered to He" for the present.' At first thought It seems quite sur prising that the level-headed, hard listed Vermont farmers should occupy the time of the legislature In discuss ing the merits of a proposed "state flower." The question was sprung upon them by the Vermont women, who mostly compose the "Third House." What with female suffra gists, W. C. T. U.'s, and the "state flower" advocates, the capltol has been overrun with women. They get up a hill, "lobby" the members, and then flock into the house to overawe them Into voting for it! The dear creatures swarm into the aisles and actually crowd the members out of their seats i. e., they take every seat that is of fered them, without hesitation, and sometimes without thanks. A bill giving suffrage to women has been introduced, but with little pros pect of being passed. It proposes to confer the franchise upon women who will swear that they are not anarchists or nihilists, provided a majority of the women of the state shall vote to ac cept the privilege! A bill is pending which incorporates Montpelier as a city. There are now only three cities; Burlington, Ver genne3 and Rutland. Barre, also. Is to be incorporated. The white clover has been adopted. To be Continued.) FAT It HAVES. A Pretty Home Vcdi.inK General Jfews; The fine Thanksgiving weather made glad many hearts, and despite the cold 1t was good weather in which to be out. Business was very generally suspended after the middle of the forenoon, at which time most of the stores closed. The branch postoffice closed at noon. The day was pleasantly observed at the Home for the Friendless and it was a time of good cheer for the sixty in mates. A special dinner was served and the children were entertained. The collection taken at the union religious service in the Grand avenue Congrega tional church was for the benefit of the home. Wednesday afternoon an accident happened to a wagon belonging to Sisk Brothers, the Grand avenue undertak ers, and the top was demolished. A little boy was knocked down by the wagon and bruised. The closing of the old sluiceway on East Grand avenue made necessary the change of grade of the roadway, so that the surface water will flow into the river, and broken stone and loam is being used in elevating the surface, the work being done under the direc tion of Thomas Heenan, the town road master. Some of those people who op posed the closing of the sluiceway say that the advocates of the latter enter prise should pay for the regrading. A pleasant home wedding took place last evening at 5 o'clock at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. Leander John son, the parents of the bride, at 43 Clin ton avenue. The contracting parties were Miss Mary E. Johnson and Edgar L. Foster, a motorman on the Winches ter avenue railroad. The officiating clergyman was Rev. J. H. Hand, pas tor of the East Pearl street M. E. church. Mr. and 'Mrs. Myron Johnson stood up with the couple. Only the Im mediate relative! witnessed the cere mony. Myron Johnson is a twin brother of the bride. Mrs. Foster was married on her . birthday anniversary, and her brother Myron was also mar ried on hie anniversary and on Thanks giving day. There was a large attendance of mem bers and their friend! at the Y. M. C. A. rooms yesterday. The gymnasium practice was witnessed by a large num ber In) the evening; ' ' 0.4AO OF TJI1IH H VIHCOTXKBD The Chicago Pul.o.' Mave Arrested T. of Ita Members. Chicago, Nov. 29. The Chicago police have discovered an organized thieving association, and they arrested ten of 1U members last night. The association was organised for the purpose of sys tematically robbing dwelling houses. The gang occupied a deserted and dilapidated cottage at 118 West Taylor street, where bunks and cooking ar rangements were fitted up to accommo date about fifteen persona The password was "Teddle Flaherty" and had to be followed by three short raps on the door to enable any one to enter the cottage. Policemen located the cottage, and by lying on the roof of the hut for several hours learned the password which se cured them admission and also enabled them to learn the plans of the Inmates. More than $400 worth of stolen property was found In the cottage. A MEWA11T CLAIMANT DEAD. The Body of 3. T. Me wait Was Found In a footland Quarry. Edinburgh, Nov. 29. The body of J. T. Stewart, a farmer of Dumfriesshire, was found this morning in a quarry a short distance from his home. It is believed that while on his way home during the night Stewart fell over the edge of the quarry and was Instantly killed or was so seriously injured as to prevent his attracting the attention of any passer-by. The dead man was a claimant to the estate of the late A. T. Stewart, the mil lionaire merchant of New York, and a suit Instituted by htm to get a share of the estate is pending. JfJC. Mil. MVhFOHD ACCEPTS. To be MililKter in harge of Ascension Church Unt.l Eaater. The new rector, Rev. William R. Mul ford, will conduct the services In this church next Sunday, morning and eve ning. He has accepted a call to be come "minister In charge" until Eas ter. It is expected at that time to give him a call to become their rector. The ladies of the parish are fitting up apart ments on Howard avenue where Mr. Mulford will keep house. There Is a united effort among the people to build up the parish and make the Church of the Ascension an instrument for good In the community, and to give Mr. Mul ford their hearty support. Since the resignation of the Rev. Mr. Watklns the church has not been fortunate in its selection of rectors and has been sadly broken up, many families with drawing entirely and others absenting themselves from the service?. But since Mr. Mulford has been with them they have become united, arid hope to see every seat rented and occupied. The vester choir of ladles and gentlemen is quite an attraction, and under the leadership of the organist, Mr. Richard Lyon, the music has greatly improved and ranks with any choir in the city. "Heather Dew" and 'Cruskeen Lawn" High grade Scotch and Irish Whiskies imported in stone jugs. FURS REPAIRED HUE WORK AND SATISFACTION, GUARANTEED. BROOKS k CO, ' Chapel, cor. State st. PFAFF & SON. Choice Beef. A carload of Fancy .Beef, specially selected for us for our Thanks , giving trade. s w Poultry, Poultry. ' Finest Connecticut and Ohio stock, Im mense quantities to select from. Game, Game. r. s Quail,' Partridge, Grvusev 7 and 8 Chard st 1 152 Pcrtca st --4JT I3Tt ti:xTISa QAMK, West HaTea Athla.ie Cluli vs. Milford Ath' lei la I Inn. The West' Haven Athletic club de feated the Milford Athletlo club at Mil ford yesterday by the score of 6 to 4, In a very Interesting game, amid great en thustasm. Many brilliant plays were made, especially by Boyer and H .A Mix and Charles W. Mix, who broke through -Mllford'i line repeatedly. In the afternoon the West Haven Athletic club defeated the Bridgeport Atheneum club at West Haven by the score of 12 to 0. Following ii the West Haven team: Left end, Qaffney; left tackle, Mix: left guard, Treat; center, Boyer; right guard; Hutchlns, light tackle; Russell Warner; right end, Brett; quarter back, Putnam; right half back, A. Mix; left half back, Clark; full back, Tuttle. A Mualgal Instrument Free. We will, present a good melodeon to the boy or girl who will send us, be tween now and Christmas, the largest number of sentences in which each word begins with, one ot the letters In the name "Loomls," the same letter not to be used at the beginning of more than one word in a single sentence, with the exception of "o," which may be used twice. For example: I love music. Loomls sells musical Instruments. Loomls sells on Installments. Onward is our motto. Switzerland's lofty moun tains overlook Italy. Oratorio music Is often sublime. If two should happen to send In the same number of sen tences, the melodeon will be awarded to the best written copy. C. M. Loom is" Sons, 833 Chapel street. n30 3t Dean's Hheumiit.o Pills absolutely cure rheumatism and neuralgia. Kntlroly vege table, bate. Robert Fltsslmmona, the pngi 1st, who Is to fight JaineH J. Corbeti, write.! New Tork, Nov. 10, 1894. "Having used Salva-cea for a sprain ed hand, with Immediate relief, I take great pleasure In recommending it to all athletes.. It Is invaluable for strength ening the muscles and removing all soreness. n30 It d.w ROBERT FITZSIMMONS." ' If the Baby i CutMnc Teeth, Bo sure and use that old nnd well-tried remedy, Mrs. Winnlow'8 Soothlntr Syrup for children tecthlnit.lt soothes the child,of tens the gums, allaydttll nam, eu es wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25 cents a bottle. Bllmwf and w Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorfa. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria . Children! Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Fine stock of Bradbury and Sterling pianos at E. L. Catlin's, 643 Chapel St. rhoros bv Electricity. 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 Its ilit Tins You were looking about lor Ou'laimts Gifts for friends. Wny not droo in nnd 1 ink over our os sornnent ? We would i all particular attention to onr.ilargo display of Diamonds in beautiful in luntlujrs, which we olfcratlaporccnt. lower than any other Joweler in town.' SILVERTHAU'S the Diamond Experts, 790 Chapel street. Headcruartecs for Weddinj Gifts. LOOK AT OUR DISPLAY OF Meats, Game, Poultry, Vegetables and Fruits. NATIVE TURKEYS, OHIO DUCKS CONNECTICUT GOSLINGS, GROUSE, QUAIL, SWEETBREADS, CAULIFLOWER8. And All The Delicacies. 350 and 352 STATE STREET. Very fiE5f nMatfhewsfcCa ucncei OIX.S, PAINTJET. CHEMICALS. 2f State Street 243 bcid 11 ikiiii wt a n fiz .K . New Haven. Friday, Nov. 30, ISM. The weather to-day Likely to be fair. TELEPHONB No. 3-3. To finish Thanksgiving Week, our Cloak man caps the climax by reducing $7.75 Golf Capes with plaid hoods to $5.00. The $5.00 sellers drop to $3.50. Better still. All our $15.00 Jackets (a fig ure which created a tremen dous sale) including kerseys, beavers, JScotch cheviots, chinchillas and meltons in latest tight fitting fronts, coat backs, large sleeves, collars plain, velvet or fur trimmed. All these go straight to $12.98 for Friday and Saturday. See window, main entrance. Cloaks, Wraps, Furs. Ninety cents for Moquette Carpets ! Some people come just to see what it means. Go away with a carpet, "mean ing" thrown in. "Cheap enough," say they. Plain enough too. 90 cents a yard for " Moquettes " wouldn't mean anything if we couldn't set over against it, best looms, best patterns, new fall products for your choosing. No less a bargain in the extra super all wool Ingrains reduced to 50 cents a yard. Think you can ever again buy best Moquettes and choicer Ingrains at such pri ces. Don't see how in the world you're to do it. Carpet Hall, Second Floor. Horses laugh at cold and storm and sleet, when clothed with our blankets. Say a "Hector" at $1.39, a "Bea con "at $1.50, or an " Oriole" at 2.00. Flannel Section. , Satisfied as to the " real Sterling " part of our Sterling Silver Sale people are wisely making holiday selections now. Could n't do a wiser thing. We shall exert our selves to keep in stock dupli cates of every thing now shown, right up to Christmas night,, but you know what havoc later trade will make and " prices won't dull any sooner than the goods. For Friday and Saturday, the following specials in Che nille Table Covers. Pro spective Holiday presents. Stand Covers Table " . t .42 " " ." " . 1.25 Ixf " 1.89 " 2.50 Thanksgiving remnants of Table Linen in bleached and cream at. 10 per cent off rem nant prices. Linen Court. One of the handsomest things in the Art Room is that large upright glass case containing nothing but hand work. No-two pieces alike. Silk oh ; linen, linen on silk, silk on silk, ribbon appliqued on gold lace, delicately tinted colors artistically intervened. Spider web effects on lace, all lace . pieces, spractel work, etc., etc How can a man properly describe it ? Better see the Ladies gaze at it. No, Ladies better see the magnificent collection for themselves. ' Art Boom, Second Floor.- - Soap and Perfumery Sale. Think of the dozen lot Soaps for quantity users, at 21 and 38c. a : dozen. ' The six-cake boxes for 25 cents. 6 cakes of soap In fancy cabinets 17 cents. , Cabinets alone worth the money. Think of the great large bottles of Florida Water at 15 and ; 19 ;cents a bottle V Bargain Table No. L ' . It Isn't Very Pleasant 'To Invito your Thanksgiving guet 1'iito your dining room wlioii you tKnow imu It is sniiiiiiiiy juruiMiou. YOUB THANKSGIVING DINNEB J Will tw n suaoestlf served fronil one of our Winner Ht'ls. Tlioso I7.0H Dinner IkiU sold so well wo have docHed to offer another sot st a great ssorillots 130 Piecs Dinner Set, Flua porcelain, Rldgewny's New Golden llrowu, Clevedoo gold trimmed, at $14.98. A few more of the $7.08 sets loft. iBaklng Dishes of All Kinds i Fancy Crockery, both oruO' mi'iiiiki una nwrui. v Yellow Dishes, Drip Pans, and 0 no i'lules. DINING CHAIRS, EXTENSION TABLES, SIDKBOARDS and CHINA CLOSETS. Merit! L'AraH Complete House-out Utter, 755 to 763 Chapel Street. A Open every evening. 5. S mmm SEE TIIE PEOPLE Crowding up for Turkey favors, just about the way we like to have our friends visit us, and the w ay you will come too, when once you know the splendid bargains we are show ing in Sideboards, Exten sion Tables, Dinner Sets, Manges, 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 usual prices. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Houssfurnishers, ORANGE AND CENTER STREETS. Cush or Credit. A FRIEND IN NEED. Dlt. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Prepared from tho recipe ot Dr. Stephen Sweet ot Connecticut, the irreat Natural Bone Setter. Han been used tor more than 5U years and is the best known remedy for itheuma tisiu. Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Outs, Wounds and all external injuries. C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor. Sole Agent. M.LLS, 302State street, "V.- SELLS "' ' r ' . -' Fancy Vermont Turkeys 16o lb. Cape Cod Cranberries lie quart. 2 pounds Mixed Nuts 19c. Sweet Potatoes J5o peck. 1,000 baskets Grapes at 17o. Florida Oranges Cut Prices. We have such a long list of drives that we hardly know where to stop. So come see us. -v, , , Large Stock Men's Overcoats, '$7'5 worth $10.00. Sizes 34 to 44, in Black and Blue, Every Dollar's Worrb of Boys' LID 85 MIIJROH ST. ; -it & STETSON.. , o S TETS0N 767-771 Chapel Street. Silk Prices. They're the cause of the great crowds at pur Silk coun ter every day. -69c a ycUfc- For your choice of the largest and best line of S1.00 figured Silks ever shown in this city. 2 Big Drives -No. 1 - 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. $1.23 a yd. Every yard warranted. -No. 2$- ' A better quality same at ' $1.50 a yd. An immense stock of Gros de Londres and Oros brain Broches at 89c and $1.00 a yd. COLORED CHINAS A very large assortment of shades at 17c, 25c, 3'Jc, 50c and 69c a yd. VELVETS i i Over 200 different shades of Silk Velvets at 75c, $1, $1.25 and $1.50. AtSI.OOaydo We offer a special value in black Silk Velvet. REHEHBER I? Every yard of Silk sold by us is of reliable make, 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 styles. 0 Capes, ; Q O Robes, Hats, (Ti TJMBUKLLAS, GLOVES, ETC OThe Burgess Fur i Hat Co.O -.eiCUap.1 atr. ;, 1 OOOOOOOO CHAS. H. BROMLEY, MAKER of Violins, Double Bases, eta. New and Old Violins for sale. Kepair. ng a specialty. Bows rehalred. Instruction given on the Violin. Terms moderate. ' s4 tf SHi OHCUABD ST., New Haven, Ot Clothing Has Been Marked Down. M UVJ) it A tat