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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12. 189.
gouriitil unci (Courier. MiW II A V KM, CONN. Tbhkb Months, 1.60j Os Month, 60 CBSWi On VVrin, 15 cm-Mi Bwoi Conr., 3 crs'T. VelniD(iuy, December 12, 10. '"a AW AltrVHTlhhMICSr TO-DAT. Amlaiioo 1.-Cmiu. Cluthlnu Ci). J." !iini Kvorli KmiKuy-At Druggists. Dr..lng Titulcs-llowdlwh & VraiieU Co. fciii.rtMiiiimiii-J"X''",' 1 ; j i ii..iii-Huii J. D. UuudwU. LiniMiMHiil'i'"1 fciP"i'" Brown Co. Hnll.luy li.xMln-K. Moliuyre A G. v." uil't Mr.A.TH-4 .I.. W. Horuntou Co. I ipoiu Guustwi-Ji U- Washburn u. Miru'it' Pur Uiftsbaa. Mimiso n Co. il.uml.iy llarmittis-Mriiuul rrwdmuu. w i.i.-u-Ko..kkwier-M. Sulnort 4 Sum Co. W.iiii.hI- Uirl-'.il "nil Sir--l. , Wuulcd-Houins-1. O. Uox SO. WfcA'i'lifcK KtCOliU. AOKICCLTl'BAL IJKPAKTMEST. UrricK or Tiiii CHinr Or THE VtATIltH liUUEAO, Washington. D. C. Deo. U. lHU4,8p.m. Forecast for WediiedHy--Kor Massachusetts, BIi.hIo Inland sud Connecticut: Kalu.north iast winds. Loral Wmtthar K.port. 1'OB DICtMUCII 11, 1W4. 8 A.M. Ttarometer SIMM Temperature 2 ltd. Humidity Wind Direction N K 1 P.M. 30.; M U4 N 17 Sprinkling Wind Veloolty M , Weather U. llaln Mean temperature. 20. Max. temperature. M. Win. tem peratu rn. 24 . Precipitation. .IK im lies Wax. velocity oi wind, 81 NE. Accumulate! cxcoan ot U!iiioralure neo January 1. 43) dcirre.-s: or nu uverago dally exceee of IS degrees. Total deficiency ot precipitation since Jan uary I. 12.18 molies. C, 0. MYERS. Observer. Note. A minus sign 1 p.-oflxod to ther mometer readings ludloatoa temperature bo low zero. A "X" In connection with rainfall lndloatcs itraceof rainfall too small to measure. Snow is meltoa aud resulting depth of water not known. IOCA I. JVJE WS. Brief .Mention. Buy a new house R. E. Baldwin. Meriden'a city election comes next Tuesday. High water to-day at 9:58 a. m. and 10:22 p. ra. County Commissioner John L. Lind ley of Ansonia was in this city yester day. Manure specially composted for top dressing lawns. Conn. Concrete Co.. 49 Church street. A recount of the votes In Plainville, Jnade yesterday, gives the election as judge of probate to Frank T. Neal. F. L. Hibbard was yesterday appoint ed fourth-class postmaster at Stony Creek, Conn., vice R. A. Howd, re moved. The Germania Bicycle club will hold its annual ball in Harugari hall this evening. During the evening the club niU give its fancy drill. Patrolman Daniel Doody of police headquarters is confined to his home on Laurel street, suffering from a se vere attack of the grip. Collector John C. Byxbee, who has been confined to his home in Meriden for a few days past with an attack of the grip, is improving and will probably be out to-day. Captain Christian Quien of Danbury will remove from that city to Pitts burg, Penn., Monday, where he will en ter a new business field. His family will, however, remain In Danbury for the present. He is one of the best known officers of the old Eleventh c. V. Last evening the Ladies' Aid society of St. James" church, "Westville, gave a grand old-fashioned New England Supper In the basement of the church. , Judge Hobart Hotchkiss and wife have issued invitations to a whist par ty, which will be given Saturday to cel ebrate the birthday anniversary of Rob ert' E. Morton. The Beat Is the Cheapest. Purchasers of holiday presents should bear In mind one faet, that the best goods are always the cheapest In the long run; and some goods are dear, however low the price may be. An other fact worth remembering Is this: One of the first things a person does who receives a gift ia, to look and see what name is on the box and many a gift has been put one side because the right name was not on the box. If you present your lady friend with a box of confections you are particular to see its a certain make. You know why. Make no mistake In this. It matters not how inexpensive the gift may be, make certain, of thus 'that, the box that contains it has the name of the George H. Ford company upon It, as that will be not only a guarantee of genuineness, but of unquestioned merit BAZAR AT nAllXOXIl! HALL To be Opened This Afternoon Given by the Ladies of the Court Street Synagogue ' Handsomely Decorated Hall. - The arrangements are now completed for the bazar to be given by the ladies of the Court street -synagogue at Har monie hall this afternoon and evening and to-morrow afternoon and evening. The hall has been handsomely decorat ed and will present a beautiful appear ance. The receipts will be used toward the erection of a new temple. '- " ' Trio of Juvenile Thieves, William J. Murphy, John McCarthy and Frank G. Wells, three boys whose ages range from ten to thirteen years, were arrested last evening by Sergeant Dennehy and locked up, charged with theft- AU the boys confessed to having VSlTKli ST.4TKH TO TVHKKT. l'rMltUnt .tibialis tiumMipimdauea ea Ar- iimt.lan Outrasjmi. Waahlnifton, Dec. 11. The- president to-day aent to the senate, In response to the Hoar resolution, the Armenian corretiondenc, consisting of a, letter from the secretary of state and a copy of a oablpgam to Minister Terrllt. The secretary, after reciting the reso lution, says: The department has received no In formation "In regard to alleged cruel ties committed upon Armenians , In Turkey," other than the statements thttt have been made by the Turkish government, the current reports In the press, and two telegraphic reports from the legation of th United States at Constantinople. These statements and reports coiftuln nothing as to any cruel ties committed upon persons who are described In the resolutions as "citizens who have declared their Intention to become naturalized." The undersigned Is not aware th'at there are American citizens In Armenia or elsewhere who are such otherwise than by birth or naturalization. The department Is not Informed that Turk ish subjects who have declared their intention to become citizens of the United States and have acquired a domicile in this country, have, upon returning to the land of their birth, been subjected to cruelties. In the absence of authentic informa tion in regard to the matters in ques tion no "expostulations" have been ad dressed to the government of Turkey concerning 'them. As to "proposals made by or to this government to act in concert with other Christian powers," the under signed has the honor to say that on the 30th ult., 'the American minister at Constantinople telegraphed that the 'tan had expressed a desire that a Itlzen of the United1 States should accompany "a Turkish commission to Investigate the alleged cruelties. This solid twtlon, which is doubtless one of the "proposals" referred to in recent public rumors, was, though fully ap preciated, declined for tr.ie following reasons: The position of the Christian sub jects of Turkey is guaranteed by cer tain stipulations in the treaty of Ber lin of 1878, which form part of what is known as the European Concert." The government of the United States is not a party to that treaty. By its 61st article it provided: The sublime porte undertakes to carry out without runner aeiay tne improvements and reforms demanded by local requirements in the provinces inhabited by the Armenians, and' to guarantee their security against the Circassian and Kurds. It will period ically make known the step taken to this effect to the powers which will superintend their application." It is obvious that the intervention of the United States, at the solicitation of Turkey, in a matter to which three stipulations expressly relate, would not have been timely and Judicious, either on the score of propriety or of expedi ency. On the contrary, it might have proved to be exceedingly embarrassing o the European powers whose duty it is to see that the guarantees in favor of the Armenians are executed. Subsequently, however, the British government, one of the principal signa tories of the treaty, having taken steps in the matter, expressed a desire that a capable and upright citizen of the United States might participate with the commission in an investigation now to be made. With this request, which was support ed by the porte, it was decided to com ply, and Mr. Jewett, consul of the Unit ed States at Sivas, was designated for the duty. The undersigned deems it superfluous to say it is the desire of the department that a complete and impartial investi gation may be made of the matters re ferred to in the resolution of the senate, to the end that the facts may be fully elicited and the requirements of Justice and humanity, as well as of the treaty stipulations, duly observed. Respectfully submitted. (Signed) W. Q. GRESHAM. The following telegram was sent to Minister Terrell at Constantinople, un- der date of December 5: "Since my telegram of 2d Inst, declin ing participation of this government in proposed investigation of reported oc currences at Sassoun, your supplemen tary telegram of the same date has been received. The Turkish minister yesterday repeated the sultan's desire that an American Join the Turkish com missioners in the investigation; and, moreover, the British government, party to the treaty of Berlin, has ex pressed its desire that a capable and upright citizen of the United States par ticipate and report his individual con clusions. The president therefore di rects that Mr. Jewett, consul at Sivasi accompany the Turkish commission, not, however, as a member of it, to the district in which the alleged atrocities were committed, and after full and im partial "Investigation report the facts for the information of his government. He -frill not Join the Turkish or other commissioners in any report. Tou wUl inform the minister of foreign affairs, and if necessary ask proper escort for Mr. Jewett. (Signed) GRESHAM." Unity's Fair. A large crowd! attended the annual fair of Unity Commandery No. 9, Loyal Legion, at Banquet hall last night. The fair continues ail the week and on Monday evening next The voting last night was as fol lows: Schooner to the most popular busi ness man Gillin & Quinn 20, George Catlini 21, Julius Herman 20. Star collar to tihle most popular mem ber of the O. U, A. M. John Harding 20, Charles Beaumomt 15. Doll to the most popular Miss Ruby Savage 10, Clara Bristol 40, Sadie Nash 26. Uniform to the most popular member of the commandery A. G. Warner 26, L. B. Sperry 17, O. A. Addis 15. Flag to the most popular society Sacred Heart Cadets 15, America lodge No. 52, K. of P., 25, Wlnthf op lodge, It G E., 80. Fireman's lantern to the most popular fire , company West Haven Engine company 10, J. J. Dayton 6. . Conductor's lantern to the most popu- lar railroad conductor H. A. Coates 30, D. a. Lincoln 15, Carl Hanover 10, Frank Bmltrt 30, J. E. Batcheldor 86, Charles Neal 35. Ulster to the most popular snreet railroad manJoe Prims 26, F. Harts horn 10, Charles Douglass IB. Revolver to the most popular police man Gibson 15, Klleber 10. KICKED II IN WtM. An Inhuman Brule While Drunk Maltreats Ills Wife. Peter Fitzslmmons, who is employed by N. A. Luddlngton and resides on South Front street, was arrested lust night by OiFioer Poronto and locked up, etiurged with breach of the peace upon his wife. Fitzslmmons has peen annk- lntr heavily for some time past anu yesterday became enraged at his wife for some fancied wrong, threw her down and kicked her several times. As the woman is in a delicate conui tlon. It is thought her Injuries may prove of a serious nature. Fitzslm mons will appear nt the city court this morning, charged with drunkenness and breach of the peace. Hallway Carmen. The fourth annual ball of Elm City lodge No. 77, Brotherhood oi jtanway Carmen, was held in oia union armory last evening. The grand marcn was led by Dennis Halllsey and wife, fol- lowod by 150 couples. A 25 cent supper and sale of fancy articles will be held In tne panors oi the Davenport church Wednesday ev ening, from 8 to 8 o'clock. dl2 It As to Christmas Slippers. We do not keep cheap slippers, but we sell line suppers cneap. uu. a- sortment of Russia calf and goat skins In the Romeo, Everett and opera styles is very complete. THE HANAN-DILLON SHOE CO. dl2 14 15 Book cases, Udles' desks and every style of furniture for this month only at a discount of 20 per cent, for cash. di2 tf Brown & Durham. 20 per cent, cash discount on our en tire stock of house furnishings ana holiday sroods. 312 tf Brown & Durham. Our increasing trade ia a compliment to our goods. THE HANAN-DILLON SHOE CO. dl2 14 15 A genuine cash discount sale of 20 per cent, is the besrchristmas present ever ottered :sew Jtiaven ouyers. we are making it. dl2 tf Brown & Durham. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. It's Alii Tii You were looking about for Christmis Gifts for friends. Wny not drop in and look over our as sortment, ? We would call particular attention to our larire"dl8play-of Diamonds in beautiful mountings, which we olferatloper oent. lower than any other Jeweler in town. SILVERTHAU'S the Diamond Experts, 70 Chapel street. Headquarters for Wedding Gifts. PFAFF & SON. Choice Beef. A carload of Fancy Beef, specially selected for us for our Thanks giving trade. Poultry, Poultry. Finest Connecticut and Ohio stook, im mense quantities to seleot from. Game, Game. Quail, Partridge, Grouse, 7 and 9 Church st. 152 Portsea st. NATIVE POULTRY. CHOICE Beef, Lamb and Veal. ALL KINDS OF GAME IS THEIE SEASONS. BEST VEGETABLES, Boston Head Lettucevery fine, Telephone call, 674-8. ' JACOB F. SCHEIFFELE, 409 STATE STREET. FURS REPAIRED IBI1 WORK AND satisfaction;. G-TJAEAJSnHM : BROOKS & ft Chapel, cor. State st. WAanwaroH xxcexaioxi. All KipmsM Ineludad. A series of personally conducted ei- curslons to Washington, V. C, during tne season of 1894-W, designed particu larly to accommodate the people of New England, will be operated via th 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 28, and other dates will be announced later. For Information, tickets and circu lars, call on or address The Hygela A Recreation Tourist Co., 702 Chapel St, New Haven, Conn. "You don't seem to have much confi dence In the microbe and bacteria the ory," a gentleman writes, "and I must confess that I am considerably on th' fence myself, for after you have dee ded that the microbe Is the cause disease, how are you going to account for the microbe? But I wanted to saj to you that I have had the grippe, and I didn't Imagine It either. Someuoay elpe may have had as hard a back ache and pain In the head as I did, but it doesn't seem credible. It is now three weeks since the acute misery left mo, but I am still weak and listless, and very low-spirited. I have no appe tite and I can't sleep. I want to know If your New York physicians have any new ideas with regard to the building up of strength after one of the ut tacks?" Yes. they have. They give Bovinine, a food which does not tax the digestion, and which speedily makes tlssua and Imparts strength, and they do not give much medicine. If you are taking drugs, stop it and substitute Bovinine. In a week you won't know yourself for the same weary and discouraged man, Eleanor Kirk. Dean's Rheumatlo Pills absolutely cure rheumatism and neuralgia. Kntlroly vege table. Safe. Holiday Presents. The best and cheapest place to buy your holiday presents Is at the Centen nial American Tea company's store,363 State street. They have a fine assort ment of useful and ornamental articles which they sell at bottom prices inde pendent of the tea and coffee business. Their business in this line Is much In advance of all competitors Our special present to every purchaser of one pound of tea or baking powder for the next few weeks will surprise you. Do not fall to see them. Centennial Amer ican Tea company, 363 State street. dll tf Fine stock of Bradbury and Sterling pianos at E. L. Catlln's, 643 Chapel St. oooopood KEW STALES OF QFTJR CAPES,0 O Perfect nttlniwell made, aa. low rifloe, . f At the manufacturers'. TatC QThe Burgess Br & Hat Co.0 S tJUChapei Street HATS, GLOVltS, UMBKEL- jm LAS,1(0. - J oooopooo i 23 Granulated Sugar ; $1.00. i Maine Corn 10c. Regular Price 15c. XXX Molasses 45o gallon. jElegant Potatoes 70c bushel; Parlor Matches 12c dozen.! R. W. MILLS, 382 State Street. Is Now Being Sold by thie Assignee ' it Prices Unheard of Before in New Haven. Men's All Wool Suit, Boy's Suit, ' ' . Men's All Wool Pants for Men's $5.00 Pants for Boys' Knee Pants WORTH DOUBLE Men's Reefers, worth $6.00, These are ftit few of the And Remember We Refund Money Where Goods Are Not As We Represent. v IE. L-KCPLEY Assignee, , ' 813 815 - 817 ; Chapel Street. New Haven, Wednesday, Deo, U. IMt. Thi weather te-day Likely to be fair. TELKPHONB No, UB. Imitators keep us scratch ing our heads for new, bright advertising; plans and ideas, but do you note one thing? Imitators of Big Store prices are as scarce as summer breezes. If you don't get a " Holi day Shopping List," ask for it. Saves lots of unneces sary head work. , We intend every child to have a picture of our " Toy Fair," 28 x 20 inches, free. If it isn't in your package, get one at the information Desk. Printer's error in the " Toy Fair" Advertisement. Only 07ie price' on Climbing Monkeys ; and that is, 15 cents." January " Reduction Sale " in December. We repeat the tabulated prices. In reading them, bear in mind that first prices are from 10 to 25 per cent lower than little store prices. Ladies' Jackets. WERE ARE I 7.00, (8.00 and $9.50 Cloaks and Jackets $ 8.00 10.00 " " 7.S0 Ii.75 " " 8.75 15.00 " " 10.00 18.00 u u u 1SI5 80.00 mm m 1500 25.00 to $37.50 " " " 18.75 All the Fur Capes will go, FROM TO $ 6.00 27 in. Black Coney $ 8.75. 9.50 ' ' 0.00 18.00 " " " 8.00 15.00 China and Electric Seal 10.00 20.00 ' " " " 15-00 25.00 to 27.50 Electric Seal, Martin collar, edged with Martin In front . 20.00 80.00 to 33.00 same as foregoRtg .W 80.00 to 35.00 Astracban 25.00 Misses' Jackets, from 14 to 16 years, all go down From $ 7.50 to 8 5.00 " 10.00 " 7.50 " 14.60 ' " 10.00 Misses' and C h i 1 d r e n's Gretchens, 6 to 14 years, that were $7.50 to $9.50, now go straight to $5.75. $7.50 buys the regular $io.ob and $15.00 sellers. .Ladies' Fan cy and plain silk waists down . From $5.00 to $3.48 " 6.00 " 4.C0 " 6.08 and 7.50 to 6.00 Cloaks, Jackets, Furs. The blushing young Debu tante should have one even ing costum,e of Swiss Crepon for the waist, black silk or satin for the skirt. The fluffy, unburdensome fabric, the softs kindling tints of maze, petunia, buff. cell. ,vnile, .etc.. create truly bewitching effects More exquisite shades to mention as soon as the European manufacturer makes his next delivery. Truly a lovely material, this Swiss Crepon, and yet with the common every-day price of 37 cents a yard. Dress Goods, Main Entrance, Left. FORMER PRICE $15.00 i NOW SELLING FOR $5.00 $3.00 $1.65 $5 and r' $2.40 25c, 35c, 45c, 65c, . THE MONEY. for - y - $2.95 many bargains we have, , pi Clilte Ofsmls, Utts, . Suits ill Pants. ii '' jj Wherever you buy Dolls or dolls' clothes, keep before you the coming Prize" Doll Show, somewhere about the middle of January. NECESSARY CHESTNUTS. Carry small packages. Keep to the right. Buy earry. Can't begin to mention all the new books which keep coming. Mark Twain's works. Fire volumes st Sl.KV each. Flvs at '5 cents each. . Them are, Chas. L. W flutter's llnely Illustrated editions. Nfw books for hoys just received. From author. Wwanl 8. Kills, James Otis, Hora tio Alger, Jr. aad others. A neat edition. In Linen binding, of "Ra months at Saratoga," 89 cents the price. New Book Store and Annex near Elevator, Main floor. ? lAATM ww n i vie THIS SPACE FOR' BARGAINS. For the next 30 days the gieat eet Furniture Snle ever known to New Haven peopte will be In progress ut 755 to 703 Chapel street, Entire Stock Must Be Turned Into Cash Before Jr.nimry 1st. MO Per Cent. Off from P Prices.1 The early huyer will get the best of the bargains. Be an Early Buyer and Get Your Pick. EVERYTH NG' GOES 1 Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, etc. An elegant line of Banquet Lamps, just the thing for a Holiday Present Fricri L, AYeri, Complete House-outfitter, 755 to 763 Chapel Street. Open every evening. h. Brandy Peaches at ()J C Per Jar are cheap, provided the aualitv is all risht then they are cheap in the true sense ot .the word. ,We have a small lot (ib dozen only) to sell at this price. Thev are worth con siderable more money. For immediate use, or to have in the house for an emergency, they will prove a judicious investment our word lor it Edw. E: HALL & Son, 0, ""r-- M ALLORY'S OLD CURIOSITY SHOP 1 A 1 OBANGE, BtocKect witn antiques, au mil. kinds, for hdliaay tmae. umppon- dnie. Rolltop and Dutch Desks, MigdDoys, Lowboys, Sideboards.Bureaus, xaDiesJunai Franklin stove. Anairens, .renuern, viim sUoks, China, Glass., ?ewtor, eto. dl07t Great Bargain Sale! JlLUiiO OUlbO tptf.tfij VUXUU0pxv.wu. , len's Overcoats $7.3 8, vwortli $12.00. , len's Pants $2.45,- 'worth $3.50.'' Boys' Suits and extra Pants $1.79, worth $3.00. . And .hundreds of other 'great inducement's. ; J. JOHSSOS & SON, 85 Church Street. HOWE & 8TET80N. HewE TETSN 767-771 Chapel Street A SPECIAL PURCHASE CHILDREN'S GRETCHENS Making one of the most desira ble oar gains of the season. All sizes, 6 to 14 years, good quality cloth, nicely made; worth $5.00 to $7.00. Price until sold $3.4S each. THOSE DRESS LENGTHS Put up specially for the holi days are finding a multitude ; of buyers. Styles and color ings are excellent and the values quite evident. $1.33 to $4.72 For a dress length. APRONS AND KNIT GOODS To the fore, with prices that insure ready purchasing. HOLIDAY APRONS Choice, dainty styles 250, 350, 50c, 75c, $1, $2 each.. We have just purchased a line of manufacturers' samples of fine, nurses' Aprons. They . come in a great variety of styles, with beautiful , inser tions, edges, etc., and no two alike. Be sure and see them. Grand values at 75c to $2.25 each. KNIT SKIRTS j 50c, 98c, $1.48, $1.98, $2.35. KNIT CAPES A splendid article in white, cardinal and black at $1.48 JACKETS 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 up. LADIES' HOODS 87c, $1.25, $1.62. CHILDREN'S HOODS 50c, 75c, $1.25. FASCINATORS 35c, 50c, 75c, 95c. And a line of white iced wool Fascinators, very pretty and at a variety of prices. Howe & Stetson, THE PEOPLE'S DRY GOODS STORE. NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, New Haven, Deoember 6, 1894. . THE annual meeting; of the stookho ders of this bank, for the eleotlon of directors to serve the ensuing year, will bo held at their banking house on Tuesday, January 8, 1895. Polls open from 11 o'clock a. m. to 12 m. 11. U. lUkLT 1BU1J, . d6 S9td ltwjaS (-ashler. OIX.S, PAINTJET. CHEMICALS. State Street 243 XiEWHAVEN.C'ii - :i V ,:, j;:;1- vri-