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NEW IIAVEN MOKNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1894.
Joovual ami Courier. MOV HAV'KN, CONN. Tunis Months, 11.60; Owi Month, 60 m On Wiu, 15 CMT BlWOUl Coi-ibs, crura. Tuesday, December 4, H4. Auotlnnenr-R. H. Mnllory. Clearing Sul It. Halluraieln 00. TmiI iiki MniU'y. .Nwly Co. lire Sllks-Cliiw. MonsonOo. lirKenimiy'ii ravnrite ttomi'dy-At Druggists. KiinTUiinniiit Hyperion Theater, F. lunation Mrs. A. A. Tanyaiio. 'ur Capes BurWM" Kur 4 llut Co. Fur Mh Piirrut IK Goll Street. Found-Money -38 Welmtur Nmt i.nni'llh'ii'i"if Kimmrliiin F.M.Brown CO. Iiimiianoe Mutual Llfu Insurance Co. Lmt-I'iiine IM Kxobango Btraet. Maple MyriipK. W. Mills. l,.xlcii Drawn Work-Mrs. Comsfoclc. Private Dispe'iaary Hoanltnau Uulldlnir. I'a.k.ilii-Af llriifc i. , . , Stock 4m. I Honda Ktmberly, Root VAT. Wuiiiiii- Woman 40 Elm Mnwt. Wiinii'il-Woinan M Olive Street. V(inti'd--Hliuatiiin Til Ptlnocireol. Wmttcd Htuiit lon-CH Poplar Htrect. Want'it-Sltuatlon l Lloyd Street. Wanted -Situation i Lloyd Street. Viiniil-f!tutlon 27 Haven 8irst. tinted -Wtumiim 1st Washington fctreot, Xinas Woiry-P. J. Kolly Se Co. W1AIULH KI.COIUI. AGnu:rLirnAt Dhpaktmwwt, Orrict or th CHiKr Or tui Wkathkr Bvriatt, Wasiiimoion, D. C. Doc. 3, 1804. 8 p. m. Forecast for Tuesday For Massachusetts, Ithode Island and Connecticut; Fulr, variable winds. Local W eattier Keport. tOK DSCEMBIR t, J6J1. 8 8 A.M. P.M. 80.18 80.W 31 ;) m " N W 12 a Clear Clear 3'cmperature.. fid. Humidity Wind Direction wind Velocity Weather.... Mean temperature. 33. Mux. toinperature. 8T. Min. temperature. -H. Precipitation. .0 inches. Max. vclooltv of wind. MW, Accuniulati excess of temperature since January 1, B deirrces: or au average dally excciw of 1.4 decrees. Total deficiency ot precipitation since Jan uary L i2.U Incites. U. G. MYERS. Observer. Kote. A minus sign prefixed to ther mometer readings indloates temperature be low rero. A "1"' In connection with rainfall Indicates I trace of rainfall too small to measure. Snow Is melted and resulting depth ot water not known. Brlet Mention. Buy a new house R. E. Baldwin. Gaffey's Night School. Only $1 a week. High water to-day at 3:13 a. m. and 8:24 p. m. Manure specially composted for top dressing lawns. Conn. Concrete Co., 19 Church street Captain Lorenzo D. Baker, a noted Shipmaster of the old whaling days, died at his home in Groton yesterday. The ladies of the Church of the Mes siah will hold a carnival of the months at the church on Orange street Decem ber 11, 12 and 13. Edwin C. McNeil of the firm of V. F. McNeil & Sons is still very low with typhoid fever at his home, 224 Wooster street. Mrs. McNeil is also very 111. Harry E. Hart of New Britain, a graduate of Tale S. '94, left yesterday for Wainsboro, Pa., where he has se cured a position with the Frick Engine company. The work of repairing the washout at the Ansonia Water company's canal is nearly finished, and by to-night the large reservoir will be filled with water as it was some time age. Patrolman and Mrs. Cornelius J. Eagan returned last evening from a brief visit to New York, where they enjoyed the Thanksgiving holidays ,wlth the parents of Mrs. Eagan. Johanna Enberg of 43 Lawrence street fell In front of 409 Howard avenue yes terday morning on the slippery side walk and broke her arm. Dr. Sweet pet the frnoture and Officer Klaiber assisted Mrs. Enberg to reach her home. An interesting sale will take place at the New Haven house parlor to morrow and Thursday, when Mrs. Com ntock will dispose of a fine assortment of Mexican drawn work and art em Jjrotderies and novelties for the holi days, , The list of voting places to-day will be found in our advertising columns, No license was discussed at the min isters meeting yesterday, and Rev, Mr. Howe was appointed to represent the ministers at the meeting to be held in the T. M. C. A. rooms at 2 p. m. to Hnorrow to arrange for a temperance crusade to be conducted by Orator T. E, Murphy. This evening at the Y.M.C.A. the Bhlpp brothers.Euglish hand-bell ring ers, will give an entertainment. There !WiI be readings by Miss Macey and either and banjo solos, as well as selec tions on the bells by the Shlpp brothers. This being the last of the course of en tertalnments given by the association B large audience is expected. As Engineer Hopson's train on the Derby road was vcrosslng the spile bridge near Derby yesterday the con necting rod between the two driving wheels broke and got caught in the ties. The splinters flew, and the rod became wedged so as to lift the locomo tive off the rails. The axle snapped and the large driver fell on the track derailing the passenger cars which were attached. Engineer Hopson re versed the engine when the rod snap ped, but the train ran over 200 feet be fore It was stopped. The ties for that dlstanoe were badly demolished and the guardrail on the outside of the bridge in gome places was badly brok en. The cars were filled with passen gers, who were badly frightened, but escaped. without injury outside of a severe snaking up. YESTERDAY'S ELECTIONS. TBX WKUT HAVBK KKfUBLICAXB TICKET EI.KC1KD. The Annual llorough Klectloa Roek-lll.'s City Kleetlon The Kl.ctlon ia Derby. At the borourh election held In West Haven yesterday a total of 611 vote was cast. For warden, Edwin J. Craw ford, rep., received 314 votes; Dcnnla A. Klmberly, dem., 291. The republican candidates for bur gesses received respectively, John Wil kinson 333, John Brown 386, Adolphua J. Thompson 337. The democratic nom inee! for the same office received: Lewis B. Warner 270, David B. Mona- han 268, Charles T. Sherman 274. Kor clerk George B. Bailey, rep., re ceived 310; Adrian C. Heltman, dem., 290. For treasurer John F. Barnett,, endorsed by both parties, received the full vote. For collector Rollin I. Hlne was the only one on the republican ticket not elected, he only having received 291 to 312 for his opponent, Frank Wilcox. The republican candidates for assessors received: Egbert E. Pardee 336, An drew B. Wilkinson 339. Alfred T. Powell and William E. Thomas, democratic oandldates for the same places received 271 and 269, respectively. For auditor Thomas E. Newton, rep., received 334; Robert B. Macdonald, dem., 269. For bailiff Herbert P. Wheeler, rep.. received 348; Michael J. Donovan, dem., the present Incumbent, received 252. The election passed off very quietly. Mr. Crawford, who was elected warden, Is the present Incumbent BOCKVlllE'S ELECTIOX. Democrat! Put No Ticket In the Field. Rockville, Dec. 3. The annual city election was held here to-day and pass ed off without much Interest being tak en, the democrats having refused to nominate candidates, for the reason that they anticipated an extraordinary tax this coming year, and so it is stated did not wish to be held responsible for it. Out of the total number of votes, 1,600, In the city only 424 were cast. The republicans elected four counctlmen and two aldermen, and re tain control of the council. Willlmantlc, Dec. 3. The city election was held here to-day. The republicans elected an alderman and one council man, and the democrats elected one councilman. A small vote was polled. Local .Totting:. Polls open to-day from 6 a. m. to S p. m. Vote early. Beware of the bogus tickets to-day. Clarence DeWltt, the Yale football player who has been ill at his home in Hartford with intermittent fever, is gradually recovering.. Charles W. Albig, a cripple, who Is confined .in the hospital, was represent ed before the state board of pardons at Hartford yesterday by S. Spier of New Haven. His father, Charles G. Albig, a resident of New Haven for twenty-nine years, said that he would care for his boy. Louis J. McCullum, formerly of New Britain, is engaged to be married to Miss D. Eloise Cosgrove of Washington avenue, West Haven. The eleventh annual convention of the Woman's Christian Temperance uplon of New Haven county will be held in White Ribbon hall in Meriden to-morrow. THE GRAND SYMPHONY CONCERT Under the Auspices of Tale's Music De partment. The Boston Symphony orchestra, whose performances are always a de-. light to lovers of fine music, will give their first grand concert at the Hy perion next Saturday evening under the auspices of the department of music, Yale university. In the make-up of the orchestra there are several names already well known to the people of New Haven; we refer to the Kneisel quartet, whose performances in this city have always been of the highest musical order. Mr. Ceasar Thomson will accompany the or chestra as soloist. The sale of tickets opens this morn ing. The program of the concert is as fol lows: Passacaglla Bach Symphony in E minor, No. 4, Op. 98, Brahms I. Allegro non troppo. II. Andante moderate. III. Allegro giocoso. IV. Chaconne: Allegro energico e passlonato. Soli for Violin. a. Adagio from Concerto in G minor Bruch b. Concerto in D Paganini Mr. Thomson. Suite "L'Arlesienne No. 1" Bizet .L Prelude: Allegro deciso; Tempo dl marcia. Andante molto. . TJn peu moins lent II. Mlnuetto: Allegro giocoso. III. Adagletto: Adagio. IV. Carillon: Allegretto moderato. Overture "Carnaval Romain" . . BerHoz irsAWTi You were looking about for Christmas Gifts for friends. Why not drop In and look over our as- . sortment. f We would call particular attention to our large display of Diamonds in beautiful mountings, which we oSeratlapercent. lower than any other Jeweler -in town. SILVERTHAU'S the Diamond Experts, 790 Chapel street - Headquartersfor Wedding KatlOad Their Aoituo. New York, Deo. I. The anthraolte ooal aales agents to-day ratified their action of last week, fixing the produc tion for December at 2,600,000 tons and advancing December prices as hereto fore stated. Dell-sry of Mew Bonds, Washington. Deo. S. The treasury denartmont so far has delivered $20.- 000,000 of the new bonds, and there Is not now an unfilled requisition for bonds on hand. The department agreed tn kotftn th Aal1vAt.tr tt thtt hondS tO .W .IB',1 v wu.a.w. v- day, but the bureau of engraving and printing turnea out ine new mmui n.lth an av niH 1 1 Inn rirMtrtfnla unknown and enabled the treasury to deliver the bonds in advance oi tne promiaeu time. InrMtlgation Is Wanted. Washington,' Deo. 8. As soon as pos sible In the session Mr. Lodge of Mas sachusetts will introduce In the senate a resolution calling upon the secretary of state for all the Information in his possession touching the delivery of the two Japanese students to the Chinese by the United States consul, to whom they had fled for protection, and the particulars as to why they wore put to death by the officials of the Chinese government. , Big Hobber Factory Starts Up. The engines at the L. Candee & Co.'s factory started yesterday after a shut down of a week for repairs. The boot and shoemakers will fit up to-day, and the whole big factory will be in full op eration by to-morrow. More Indictments Against Howgate. Washington, Dec. 3. The grand Jury to-day presented two new indictments against Captain H. W. Howgate for em bezzlement. Fine stock of Bradbury and Sterling pianos at E. L. Catlin's, 643 Chapel St. Absolutely Pure A cream of tarter bakinor nowder. Hltchest of all In leavening strength. Latest United States Government Food Report. uoyai Baking rnwaer uo., iw wait sc., jn. x . "Heather Dew" and "Cruskeen Lawn" High grade Scotch and Irish Whiskies imported in stone jugs. 72 FURS REPAIRED OTE WORK AND SATISFACTION . GUAEAITEED. BROOKS & CO., Chapel, cor. State st PFAFF & SON: Choice Bee!. A carload of Fanoy Beef, speoially seieuLeu xur us xur uui- mwiu. . giving trade. Poultry, Poultry, Finest Conneotiout and Ohio stock, Im mense quantities to select irom. -Game, Game. r QuaiL. Partridge,.. Grouse r p S POWDER d-BIB-B-S 7 ami 9 Ctah st , 152 Pcrtsa st . New Haven. Tuesday. Dee. 4. MM. - The weather to-day Likely to It fair. TELEPHOxa ito. aa. ' i The Christmas Exhibition is on in full blast Little folks . see the Toys, Dolls, Games, etc And bigger folks can see Bric-a-brac, Banquet Lamps, Onyx Tables, Crystal ware, China. Present makers can go up stairs and down stairs taking time and liberty to form a rational judgment about which the best thing is. 'Twould be a fruitless task to attempt any description of Christmas Cards. There in Daylight Square they'll surely draw through an irre sistible beauty and sell be cause of self sufficiency. But as to the new Book Store we'll mention Will Carleton's Poems, f 1.59 the volume List price $3.00. " Armaslndv " and " Poets Here at Home" by James Whltcomb Riley, $1.18 each. " Land of the Changing Sun," by W. N. Harhen, 05 cents. .. , , "The Old Post Boad"by M.O. McClel-. land. " The Prisoner of Zenda " by An thony Hope, 60 cents each, " Sweet Bells Out of Tune." by Mrs. Burton Harrison, 98 cents. " Trilby by Du llau rier, 98 centa. Illustrated Gift Books worth examining. Tennyson's" Becket Longfellow's " Evan geline " Oosthe's " Faust." etc. "Samantba at the World's Fair," by Josiah Allen's Wife, f-'.T5. Illustrated books for children. Such au thors as Louise May Alcott. 8usan Coolidge, Francis Hodgson Burnett, Elsie. James Otis, etc. A full and complete line of Bibles, Prayer Books and Hymnals. Another jerk at Jackets. There's a table full marked $io.oo. See that for your self any day. See it Tues day, Wednesday and Thurs day, on which days you'll buy them for $8.75. The $10.00 price stands for $12.75 'n ordinary Cloak Stores. But for the days designated take your pick of. every conceiv able thing in tight fitting $10.00 Jacket, all colors, half lined, $25,00 shapes, for $8.75! 5 -n A friendly slap at wet days. $10.00 Mackintoshes to sell for $6.75 beginning Monday T T ' 1 morning, rtor can we ao it? .oozg em so we can do it. Unly 30 ot ihem lor soon- coming people. They're $1-0.- 00 Mackintoshes, thats what they are. They're all wool, capes lined with changeable silk. Furs, Capes, Jackets. Holiday Linens. 36 inch stamped Table Covers, 15 cents each or 2 for 25 cents. 36 inch tinted Table Covers, 21 cents each. The same tinted and fringed, 45 cents each, if stamped and plain Tray Cloths, 25 cents each, better worth 35 cents. All the newest designs in Printed Denims for Draperies and Art Needle Work. Linen Court. . The Moquette and Ingrain Carpets are not all gone. We mean the new first-class Moquettes reduced to 90 cents and the all wool In grains reduced to 50 cents. Reductions that reduce car pets of guaranteed make and wantable patterns, are reduc tions that reap a reward for the purchaser. Many have grasped that fact. Have you? Carpet Hall. Second Floor. The Art Room has Crepe Paper by the thousand rolls. No wantable color is allowed to run low, either in English or American makes." Prices 22 and 28 cents a roll. 100 Japanese silk Pillow Tops, freely ; covered with embroidery, at 48 cents each. Positively no 1 more to be had. :fr-4hu, Second Floor Front . ; . A FRIEND IN NEED. DE. SWEEPS "t infallible: llsesient. Prepared from the recipe ot Sr. Stephen Bveet ot Conneotiout. the great Natural Bona Setter. Has been used tor more than SO yean and is the best known remedy for Bheuam- gsm, neuralgia, pnun Mrnuca, nun uutan Wounds and all eztert rlojurtes. , . C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor Sol AKento THE GREATEST OVEKCOAT SALE J: ON RECORD. Nothing Like It Since ness in New Haven. WE ARE Elegant Tailor-made Kersey, Melton, Beaver, Crom- bie and Patent Beaver Overcoats, lor men ana Young Men, $8.00, $10, $12, $15, $18, $20, $22, $25 and $30. Unquestionably the most superb and complete line of Overcoats ever offered by any clothing house in New England, if not in America. Colors black, blue, the new shade of brown, and Oxford, together with a liberal sprinkling of tans, greys and the light shades. Some are silk lined, some satin lined, some wool lined and some serge lined. Lengths 38, 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50 and 54 inohes, double and single breasted, but largely single. ,. For large Boys, 31 to 34, stylesall lengths, $7.50 For smaller Boys, 4 to 14 sters, $3.'50 to $12. We must not forget to mention Boys' Reefers, for the people are evidently depending almost wholly ;up on us to supply them. New lots are coming in every day, and we are doing our level best to fur nish all sizes at the following prices: $4, $5, $6.50, $7.50, $8.50 and $10. Don't for a moment think of buying your boy a Reefer before seeing ours. C. E. LONGLEY &' CO., 101, 103 and 105 Church Street, xew jaiA-VEN-, CONN. IlfiC 1 LOOK AT OTJB DISPLAY OF Meats, Game, Poultry, Vegetables and Fruits. NATIVE TURKEYS, OHIO DUCKS CONNECTICUT GOSLINGS, GROUSE, QUAIL, SWEETBREADS CAULIFLOWERS. ' ' And All The Delicacies. 350 and 352 STATfrSTREET. SpeticcnMatthews.Ca OILS, PAINTJET. CHEMICALS. 2 State Street 243 v XtxwHJianaics THE WILL HOLD ITS ANNUAL MEETING Wednesday, '. December 12th, at 10 . O'CIOOK . IU. ta Boom No. .15, Inauranoe Building. natJdlW t DWIGHT N. CLABK. President. . .siri,., .a ii r . .luunl. Qjc oar, fa and Oft up. Sidewalk scrapers 86 cents. Our special tW B. B. anow shovel wlU outwear any ever teen in these para. . .8&. : - . idNBLBYi BOOT ft GO( We Commenced Busi SELLING the same great range of to $22. years, Overcoats and Ul I Cans. We have a hundred to j sell. It' is strictly pure Ver- I mont s'ock. , Now don t pay 90s tor a gallon eisewnere. ' .New Orleans Molasses 45c gallon. Brine in vour iusrs : there is no better sold at W elsewhere. R. W. MILLS, 382 State Street. Large Stoek Men's Overcoats, ;' $7.50, worth $io.oo. Sizes 34 to 44, in Black and Blue. Every Hollar's Wont of Boys' I1 UUll 85 J. IP rWV HOWE A 8TET8ON. Howe TETS0N 767-771 Chapel Street; e A Story About . ' DressQoods That's Well Worm Readinjr. Upon each day of this week we shall offer some, excep tional bargains in black and colored Dress Goods. A different bargain each day in both departments, and every bargain (upon which the price will hold good only on that day) well worth your careful attention. Beginning Monday, Dec. 3d, ending Saturday, Dec. 8th. Live Values IN BLANKETS 7 1-4 white wool Blankets slightly imperfect), worth $3.00 Only $3.0O a pair. $3.50 a pair For a full 2-yard wide white wool Blankets that are exceptional qual ity for the money. $5.00 a pair For our California white wool Blankets, full size, elegant quali ty and excellent borders. Last year were $6.25, Special IN Napkins 5-S size and a fine quality very heavy Damask, good patterns. You can see the value at a glance. $1.50 per doz. Damask Towels A full bleached Damask Towel, with heavy tied fringe . 39c each. Same with handsome openwork. 9 50c each. These are the best values we have ever shown. Howe & Stetson, THE PEOPLE'S DRY GOODS STORE. oooooooo NEW STYLES OP QFUR CAPES.0 O Perfect fitting, well made, ' low price, f J At the manufacturers', Vgw OThe Burgess Fur 8 Hat Co. O f WOhapel Street. j j PATS, GLOVES, UMBREL- u. LAS, ETO. fj oooooooo CHAS. H. BROMLEY, MAKER of Violins, Double Bases, eto. New and Old Violins for sale. Repair ing a specialty. Bowl relinked. Instruction given on the Violin. Terms moderate. s4 tf 259 ORCHARD ST.. New Haven. Ot Clothing Has Been Marked Bown. 111, 'A ST V.