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NEW IIAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER . 1894.
Souvnitl and Courier. KV IIAYKN, CONN. Tiikeb Mosnw, 1.6li Os Month, 60 cent; On Wkric, J5 CENT! Bimoi Copim. 8 crsT. Wednesday, loetiuber 5, 1HU. Auction Pitle-lt. llootli Annual Mit'tlnc-r. II. ; Oem. An n. Auction Side lloiwa-ll. It, llo.HU. Ill Holiilav Stilt H'iwi- A Mt'tmiu. l'onipt-lent'Nuri' i Ostium Street. Imny i hi.t-Miiik- . -iy ft ; ti. For lleiit-Uooms-W lllim, This Officio. KnmlJ Kisli tirund Aveuua rim Hoat. I .ir . . ti II1111..1S -IU4 Wooster Street. Flu. Tea-'4I Suite Street. i.niti.ihliiipiniiir l-.tiumriiini r.M.llrown to. Holiday' i ioods Clin. Munwin '. linlldajr Oooils MiirwlMii l.'. Perry. lo-.nanee-E. A. Callahan. Ilumiiviil I midiv Kmiiloyment Bureau. built Ohm' .Vlvlee-fi. Mcltilyreft Co. Nulled J'run.n-E. K. Hull ft Son. I'ui-U." -I. M. Welch Son. 'J'biirxlav iljiiln-Mcn1i'l 1 Kreedman. Wmiiin Sitimit 7(1 I'nnee Mreet. Wauii'd-Woman IS Washington Avonu. Wmititl Situation-ltl WaHiilwnon tftrcot. wanted 1tuutl'in-M inniK"' Mieet. Wnnrott-Sltimilon-ai liuiion Street. Wiinled-Pltuiillon II Ailimim Street.' Wmtil-HltuaUon-IN!i;asl Si reel. Wanted Woman 111' Ureitne Street, U t.ll lltK Jtl.COIil). AGISiri'l.Tt'RAI, Dl PAnTETT, Orntrr. of tub Cmitr Or tiiK Weaihkk UtiitEAn, WAnnKUTO. I', C.. Dec. 1. 18W, S p. m. Forecast for We:lnc!ay-For. Massachusetts, Tthorte Island and Connecticut: Fair, nortli winds, beoomlng- southerly. Loral Vteatlier Iteport. t()l! DSOEMHKI14. IW4. 8 A.M. 80.10 ! w e Cloudy Ttsrompter Temperature...., h1. Humidity... Wind direction. Wind Velocity.. Weather frJ.03 :l tf N 10 Clear Mean temperature. H4. Mux. tempernture. 42. Mln. temperature. -6. Precipitation. .0 incites. Max. velocity of wind. 14 Sw. AccuinulHtcil excess or temperature since January 1, 4iJl decrees: or au average daily excess of 1.8 decrees. Total deficiency of precipitation sinoe Jan uary 1, 12 23 inches. 0. a. MYERS. Observer. N'oto. A minus siirn I prertxed tother. momcter readings indicates temperature be low zero. A" I'" in connection with ratnralHndlcates I trace of rainfall too small to measure. Snow Is melted and resulting depth of water not known. 1.0CAJ. xjsu a. Uriel Mention. Bean's Rbenmario Pills absolutely cure rheumatism and neuralgia. Entirely vege table. Safe. Buy a new house R. E. Baldwin. Gaffey'8 Night School. Only $1 a week. High water to-day at 4-10 a. m. and 4:18 p. m. Manure specially composted for top dressing lawns. Conn. Concrete Co., ii Church street. You can start a bank account with the money you can save by trading at the Royal Shoe store. Maxwell S. Hart, a graduate of the Yale Scientific school, has entered the employ of the Stanley works, New Britain. The New Haven Medical association will hold Its regular meeting at Dr. F. H. Whittemore's house at 8:30 this evening. Rev. J. H. Mason of this city deliv ered a lecture Monday night in Suffleld in the Institution chapel. The subject was "A Mad World." Hon. Charles H. Hoyt and Frank McKee of Hoyt's theater will witness the performance of "A Black Sheep" at the Hyperion to-night. Rev. C. W. Park lias concluded his ministry at the Second Congregational church, Derby. Mr. Park's service there has extended over ten years. Ponus lodge, A. O. U. W., of Stam ford, was visited by a degree team from Ne Haven at its meeting Monday night. Candidates were initiated. Rev. Otis J. Range lectured in the East Haven Congregational church last night on "Amusing Incidents from My Lecture Career." There was also solo singing by Frank Edgar. The poverty party to-night at the College street church will he one of the most pleasant social events of the season. It is under the auspices of the Willing Circle of King's Daughters and the program promises to be highly at tractive. Good yes none better. Those An ponia doughnuts are fin and well merit their popularity. Loads of them are sold every week at E. E. Nichols' fa mous grocery, State street, where the public can find them. They are splen did and no mistake. Go to Nichols' and invest in a box of them. Redfield & Sons of this city will be gin work on the new electric road from New Britain to Berlin to-morrow morn in. A member of the firm and an en gineer went over the line yesterday. Work will be commenced near the Deming house in Berlin. There will be about forty teams employed at the work. The late Benjamin F. Upham of Clark street, whose funeral takes place to-day, was a very pleasant spoken, genial, quiet man, offending no one willingly. He was a man of some inventive genius, and from one of his patent inventions he had drawn a royalty for many years which enabled him to live without employment. At Wesloyan. Middletown, Dec. 4. President Ray mond this afternoon stated that there was little indication of sickness in the college, after the epidemic of typhoid jfever. The full quota of students were present at recitation to-day. At the fratern(y houses the health of the students la the same, and no other cases pf typhoid fever bare appeared. INDIAN AHHQCIATIQX. Tb. National Orcaaliatloa to Meet To morrow at lit United Church. The annual mwtlng of the Women'! National Indian association will bo held at tho United church next Thursday and Friday, December, and 7. Gover nor and Mrs. Morris will receive the delegate! at their residence, 230 Pros pect street t'his evening from 8 to 10 o'clock, The order of exercises will be as follows: THURSDAY MORNING. At 10 O'clock. Scripture Rinding, followed by Prayer. A Sacred Solo. Address of Welcome Miss Marie E. E. Ives, Connecticut. Responsive Address Mr!. E. S. Savant, New York. Appointment of Committees. Itepott of tins Treasurer Miss Helen R. Koote, Pennsylvania. Discussion of Report. Report of the Corresponding Secre tary MIhs Kllna VV. Jones, New Jersey. PiseUHsion of Report. Report of the Nominating Commit tee, Mrs. William H. Laird, New York City. Annual Election of Officers. A Paper "Good Cheer" Mrs. Sara T. Kinney, Connecticut. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. At 2 O Clotk. Report of Committee on Obituaries Miss Jane Cushlng, Massachu setts. Reports of State Missions Mrs. MyraE. Frye, Maine; Miss Mary E. Dewey, Massachusetts; Miss Emily S. Oilman, Connecticut; Mrs. William C. Greene, Rhode Island; Mrs. Philip S. Taggart, New York City; Mrs. J. Si Plum mcr, Brooklyn; Mrs. C. C. Hlne, New Jersey. Reports of Missions of National Committee The Floritfa Mission, Mrs. H. O. Wilbur, Pennsylvania; The Ramotta Missions, Mrs. Van Slyke, New York; Ttie Green ville Mission, Mrs. W. R. Brooks, New Jersey. Discussion of Missionary Work. THURSDAY EVENING. At 8 O'clock. At the United Church. A Public Session of the Convention. Devotional Services 'Rev. Drs. T. T. Munger, Newman Smythe and Others. A Sacred Solo. Address of the President Mrs. Amelia S. Quinton, Pennsylvania, Who is the United States Indian? Mrs. J. A. Clark, West Virginia. The Indian in Colonial Days Mrs. C. T. Ogden, Maine. The Indian in 189 Mrs. William Bucknell, Pennsylvania. The Indian in 1894 Dr. Carle: Mon tezuma, Carlisle Indian School. Five Minute Reports Summary of Missionary Wrork, Miss E. W. Jones, New Jersey; Our Home Building Work, Mrs. E. P. Gould, Pennsylvania; Young People's Work, Miss Marie E. Ives, Connecticut; Libraries, and the Indian Industries League, Miss Frances C. Sparhawk, Mas sachusetts. FRIDAY MORNING. At 10 O'clock. Report of Home Building Depart mentMrs. E. P. Gould, Penn sylvania. Paper Needed Indian Legislation Miss Kate Foote, Washington, D. C. Report of Young People's Depart mentMiss Marie E. Ives, Con necticut. The Invitation, of the National Council, Discussion. Discussion of Department of Work. Topics, Questions and Motions of Delegates. Report of Committee on Resolutions. Discussion. FRIDAY AFTERNOON. At 2 O'clock. Meeting of the Executive Board. Electric Company Organized. The Plainviille Electric Light and Power company has organized by the acceptance of the charter and subscrip tions to the stock as follows: C S. Lan Electric company, 393 shares; W. H. Brayton, M. B. Hitchcock, F. E. Tom- ders, trustee for Central Kallway ana linson, Charles S. Landers, F. G. Piatt, A. M. Young and D. S. Plume, one share each. The shares are $25 each of which $3,333.34, or one-third the caDital of $10,000, has been paid in cash. Nordlca May Sing. When the news from New York be came known yesterday to the effect that Nordica would probably not sing in "The Messiah," to be given by the Gounod society on the 18th of. thia month, it created no little stir among the musical public. Telegrams have been received by Charles DeForest, president of the Gounod society, asking whether Nordlca would sing or not. At 6 o'clock last evening Mr. DeFor est received the following telegram from Leon Marguiles of New York, manager for Walter Damrosch, and who is acting for the Gounod society in this city: "Nordica just notified me that the 18th inst. could probably be arranged for. Will know positively to-morrow, Do nothing until you hear. LEON MARGUILES." From present appearances it seems that Nordica is in good faith to fulfill her contract in New Haven on the 18th of this month. The outcome of the whole affair will be awaited eagerly for by all. Personal. The family of A. C. Benedict of this city are stopping with relatives in New Canaan. E. Jay Edwards, the Journalist, for merly of this city, delivered his lecture in the Cooper Union course, under the management of the New York board of education, last evening. His subject was "Some Phases of Journalism." Dr. Graham Lusk Is seriously ill with typhoid fever at bis residence, No. 28 Elm street. j, Dr. Selbold of Grand avenue will soon remove to St. Louis, Mo., where his parents reside. . . mn not vo uih pvtr. upvrlnUinuVnt Bymw Brought Chrg Agalntt Captain WMtorvolt. New York, Do. 4. 8uperlntmJnt Byrne to-tlity brought uhuife agitliint Cupiitiu Joniuli A. WeaUirvuIt of the Twetity-olKhth prttolnot, ohtirgliig blra with neglect of duty In that be failed to mpprem poller nbopt. Additional IndlotmenU have Immii found ai,'uluat ex-C'uptnlui Btopbenaoii ttnd Doherty, ex-BergonuU MoKetinu, Clarke, l'ai keron, Jordan aud Llubvrs and ex-Warduieo Hook and Meehau. It Is iliitod Unit ludlctmmiu will ttlao be found on evidence other thuu that fur nished by Mrs. Thurow lu ordur to en sure a full and complete nouring against the Indicted men. I. ath of tin, Kdwanls. The many friend! of C. P. Edward, formerly with Price, Lee & Co., will hear with regret of the loss of his wife, who died In Bridgeport Monday after a lingering Illness. A line lot of German canaries at Champion's. 'J h Emerson Dana. These representative Instruments are In the homes of 73,000 people. Tone superb, and touch'exquislte. Sold only by C. M. Loomis' Sons, 833 Chapel street. dS St A fine lot of bird cages at Chum- pion's. The ( hlcknrlng Piano, the piano of the century, took the only first award at.the world's fair. Elegant new designs In case. Reduced prices. Call nnd examine them at Loomis' Tem ple of Music, 833 Chapel street. lVASlltyQTOX EXCURSIONS. All Expenses Included. A series of personally conducted ex cursions to Washington, D. 0., during the season of 1894-95, designed particu larly to accommodate the people of New England, will be operated via the Royal Blue Line. These excursions will cover a period of four days, and the rate of $15.00 from New Haven will Include fare for the round trip, hotel accommodations in Washington, trans fers and trip to Mount Vernon.. The first excursion will leave December 26, and other dates will be announced later. For Information, tickets and circu lars, call on or address The Hygela & Recreation Tourist Co., 702 Chapel St., New Haven, Conn. If the Baby is CnttlnR Teeth, Me sure and use that old and well-tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Soothinir Syrup for children tccttilnir.lt soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea, 25 cents a bottle. Bii m w 1 and w Fine stock of Bradbury and Sterling pianos at E. L. Catlln's, 643 Chapel St, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Casteria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. It's AW Time You were lookin? about tor Christmas Gifts for friends. Why not drop in and look over our as sortment ? We would call particular attention to our largo display of Diamonds in beautiful mountlnirs, which we off or at 15 per cent, lower than any other jeweler in town. SILVERTHAU'S the Diamond Experts, 790 Chapel street. Headquarters for Weddir Gifts. FURS REPAIRED EDJBWOEK- AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Chapel, cor. State st. PFAFF & SON. Choice Beef. A carload of Fancy . Beef,' specially selected for us for our Thanks ; giving trade, , ( Poultry, Poultry, Finest Connecticut and Ohio stock, Im mense quantities to select from. Game, Gamer ; Quail, Partridge," Grouse, : 7 ar.d 9 Church st 152 Pcrtcsa st Nrw Raven, Welneslsy, Doe. K IWU Th weather io-day Likely to be fair. TKLKI'IIONB V . I ', First elimpses of Holi day Delights open to view. ncking Presents is tne order of this week. The palm of E reference will be carried off y quickest comers. While in the market our Furniture buyer devoted every moment to picking up odd pieces of Furniture in most attractive holiday novel ties. Now our Sales Rooms are dotted with these magnets for Christmas Gifts. Udl' Denlu. Ladles' Reciters, RotArr, Library ami Cnnillnatlii Honk t'f. Chif foniers, Tea Tallies. Center Tallies, Toilet Dressers. China CeMwi. Koeppuon, Conver sation, Corner ana Easy Clioirs. lust the things in Chil dren's Chairs, reed, cane and wood seat, that meet the popular idea. Furniture, 8econd and Third Floors. What better Christmas Present for the Servant than a dress from our now famous Priscilla ? Over one hun dred Holiday styles, full yard widths, 1 24 cents a yard. Our record of sales forms the undisputed evidence of their worth. v Daylight Square. The Annual Shopping List is now ready. Had for a postal card or for the ask ing. . Button Leggins for Ladies, Misses and Children. Fine all wool Jersey cloth. Children's size Misses' Ladies' ,". .98 l.as 1.48 Stock full and overflowing with worsted leggins and leg gin drawers. Nubias, Jack ets, Hoods, Knit Skirts, etc. Muslin Underwear Domain. Cold weather' affords the very best season for men to break in new shirts. This makes prompt buying the part of wisdom. In our standard line " Freshman," " Sophomore," "Junior" and " Senior," the muslin is close and thick. That does away with such heavy over-cloth-inp. Bv the time warm weather comes, your shirt has worn just to that soft and soothing point which summer temperature demands. Easy as an old shoe, so to speak. Men's Furnishings. - ; ' 4 i mm TOO MAM GOODS, NOT ENOUGH MOM. PRICES CUT To Meet This Urgent Circumstance. MEN'S SUITS No larger be found in the city. All this season's make. ' : . Prices ctit to $5.85, $7.90, $9.35, $11.40. Worth from MEN'S OVERCOATS and . TJLSTERSA splendid assortment, cut in all lengths,' 44 to 5 0 inches. Prices cnt all one waynearly in two. See them. J - i If you are looking for good goods at low prices, this sale mil 813 - 815 - 8x7 IMA Pi Co, Duringthe progress of this sale a complimentary ticket to view Edison's famqus 'Einetoscope, now on exhibition inf' our, store, he presented to each dnrohaser. '. V " Ladies know the scarcity of Honiton lace braids, yet we have a large assortment. Started early and placed or ders with eight different im porters, hence the reward of a fine stock. Plush and aaUn eorered Pin Cushion cost less limn they did last year, coii.lilerable Iran. The plush cushions are distinctly new, A rt Room, Beoond Floor. .... For proper shape, simple adjustment, perfect fit, econ omy of time and of cloth, " Standard Patterns " seem to surpass all others. See for yourself. Daylight Square. The Big Store never plan ned anything that took bet ter, with mothers and chil dren than last year's " Doll Show." It was then decided to make it an annual affair. Some are already preparing for it to be held on or about Jan. ioth. Best time to se lect, you know, is when Dqlls and their wardrobes are full and fresh and plenty OILS, PAINTJET. CHEMICALS. 21 State Street 243 JffiWHJQTEriCT. (WIESBADEN) A delicious Confection and, unlike some extra nice things, they are particularly healthy also. 3 8 cts. Box. Edw.E.Hall&Son 770 Chapel Street. CABINET AND HARD WOOD WORK. ALSOSAWING, TURNING, And Jobbing in Wood of all kinds. EDWARD P. BRETT, Builder, 111 ARTISAN STREET. Telephone 253-12. nl stock or assortment can $10 to $20. interest yon. , Chapel Street. Stuffed Prunps )&Wm XNil III 1 " TALKS II We propose to turn as much of our stock as possible into cash during the present month. We have the largest and most var ed assortment of Furniture. Carpets Stoves, etc., we ever had, both stand ard year 'round, and novelties for the Holidays. Every article marked in plain figures. And during this month we will allow a Cash Discount of 20 Par Cent. to every purchaser. This is a genuine discount sale and affords an opportunity never appio'ched in New Ha ven for purchasing holiday gifts cr for starting house keeping. BROWN & DURHAM, Complete Housefurnishers, ORANGE AND CENTER STREETS. Cash or Credit. QQ0OBsV0000 It Isn't Very Pleasant 'To invite yourThanksgiving guests luito your diuing room when you i Know that it is shabbily furnished.. TOUB THANKSGIVING DINNER I Will be a success if served froml one of our Dinner Sets. Those $7.98 Dinner Sets sold so well we hove decided to offer another set at a great sacritloe. 130 Piece Dinner Set, Fine porcelain, Ridgeway's New Golden Brown, Clevedon gold trimmed, at $14.98. A few more of the $7.98 sets left. rBakins Dishes of All Kinds.) Fancy Crockery, both orna mental aud useful. Yellow Dishes, Drip Pans, and Pie Plates. ' DINING CHAIRS, EXTENSION TABLES, SIDEBOARDS and CHINA CLOSETS. MericU Ay eri, Complete House-outfitter, 5 6 755 to 763 Chapel Street. Q Open every evening. MRS. COMSTOCK Will hold a sale of a fine assortment of Mexican Drawn Work, also Art Em broideries ana Novelties ror the Holidays, AT THE NEW HAVEN HOUSE PAKLOR, Wednesday and Thursday, d4 3t December 5 and 6. Ills Syri 75c in Gall Cans. We have a hundred to sell. It is strictly pure Ver mont s'.ock. Now don't pay 90J for a gallon elsewhere. New Orleans Molasses 45c gallon. Bring in your jugs ; there is no better sold at 50c elsewhere. R. W. MILLS, 382 State Street. Large Stock Men's Overcoats, $7-50) worth $10.00. Sizes 34 to 44, in Black and Blue. ;; Every Dollar's Worrh of Boys' 1 H IV Ik5 J! 85 HURGH ST. VE & STETSON. 7 & TETSN 767-771 Chapel Street. ANOTHER BIG RIBBON SALE Beginning at 10 a. m. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5 th. We closed out a larae lot' 'of loom end of ltibbons In lenfftia of 1 to vYa yard. Qualities are the very fin eat. We offer all in 4 lots as follows : Widths Nos. a, 3, 4 and 5, quality the best; kinds, black, Gros Grain. Satin and Moire, colored Satin, Moire and fancy-edge Ribbons! Every yard worth 8c to 15c. Choice at 4c a yd. Widths Nos. 5, 7 and 9, quality the best; kinds, black Gros Grain, Satin, double-faced Satin, colored Satin and Moire, including bluet. Worth 10c to 35c. Choice at 7c a yd. Widths Nos. 12 und 16, in Satin, Moire, double-faced Satin and rich Gros Grain. Worth 25c to 37 I-2C. Choice at Qc a yd. Widths Nos. 12, 16, 22 and 30, rich, heavy, black Gros Grains, Moire, double-faced Satin, Satin with Moire back: best colors in Satin. Moire and a small lot of the fashionable striped Taf fettas. Regular prices 25c to 50c. Choice at 18o a yd. 2Cot a yard will be sold until the specified time. We advise purchasing early, as the rush will be great. On sale while they last. Claims your attention. . The daily crowded counter attests to its popular ity. AU the choicest, newest designs and materials for working. All at popular prices. . CASHMERE MITTENS A special bargain in Ladies' fine black Cashmere Mittens, in both plain and embroidered backs. We offer them as uncommon value at 25e a pair. Also a full line of black Silk Mittens. Nice, plain Silk. 85c a patr. Extra Silk, with double backs, hand somely embroidered. $1.15 a pair. Howe & Stetson, THE PEOPLE'S DRY EOODS STORE. NEW STYLES OF QFUR CAPES.0 O Perfect -flttingr, well made, low prioe, f J At the manufacturers', Vs OThe Burgess Fur S Hat Go.O IfilChapel Stmt. j HATS, GLOVES, UMBREL r , LAS, KTO. (J 00000000 CHAS. H. BROMLEY, MAKER of Violins, Double Bases, eto. New and Old Violins for sale. Repair ing a specialty. . Hows rehalred. Instruotloa given on the Violin. Terms moderate. s4 tf 53 ORCHARD ST.. New Haven, Ot. Clothing Has Been Marked Down. m m