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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL ANDCOUMKR. THURSDAY DECEMBER 20 1894.
3 rSSMOHAL JOTTIHGS. Of latorMl to Maar Ha.n Faopla. General DoU, ttant ecretary of war, and Captain Barry, U. B. A., ar th (UMti of Captain Jame 8. Pettlt, of tba Sheffield Bclentlflo school faculty. E-Town Aent John Oarrlty la enjoying- duck ahootlnf In New Jersey. Mlaa E. R. Andrea, cla of '97 Mt. Holyoke college, is spending the Chrlat maa holiday at her home, 60 Sylvan avenue. Dr. Skiff aays that the condition of Judge David Callahan has materially Improved, and if no new complications set In th chances are that he will recover. Charles F. Bradley has teen elected coxswain of th naval militia, succeed ing Walter Weaver, resigned. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Powers of Maple Ridge farm, West Morris, are spending a few days In town on a visit to Mrs. William Dudley, their daughter, on Spring street Councilman Arthur H. Smith, who has but reoently recovered from a severe attack of pneumonia, left for Florida yesterday to be away for sev eral weeks. Th twenty-seventh anniversary of Forefathers' day was celebrated with a Purftan supper by Plymouth church last evening at Mllford. George M. Gunn and Rev. I. C. Meserve were the speakers. Miss Carlena Curtis, daughter of Superintendent and Mrs. Virgil M. Cur tis, Is spending the Christmas vacation with her parents. Edward Carlton of Detroit, Mich., a former New Haven boy, was In town recently vlstlng his brother, F. A. Carl ton, the well known plumber and steam heating man. He is a popular broker In Detroit, and made quite a fortune In connection wish various financial syn dicates while a resident of Cleveland, O., some years ago. Mrs. Frank W. Cheney of Hartford has been invited to lead the Inaugural ball to be given by the Governor's Foot Guard this year, and she has consented to do so. Mrs. Cheney and Major John C. Parsons, tha grand marshal, will lead the maroh, followed by Governor Coffin and Mrs. Hyde and Major Hyde and Mrs. Coffin.-) There is every prom ise of a successful assembly. Officer Doody Critically 111. Patrolman Daniel Doody; of police headquarters, is critically ill at his home on Laurel street, suffering from typhoid fever. He Is attended by Dr. Luby, Captured a Sneak Thief. Frederick Simpson, a transient, was arrested yesterday afternoon by Officer Watrous and locked up charged with theft Sverela days since he stole an overcoat and a gold watch from Ed ward P. Beebe of the Royton house. When arrested he had in his possession the pawn tickets for the watch and overcoat, which were subsequently re covered by Officer Watrous. The police are of the opinion that they have cap tured a professional eneak thief, as there were also found 1m Simpson's pos eeesllon four other pawn tickets for articles pledged In New York. ZOBS $2,BOO. Hunt Lodge Burnt Down. Derby, Dec. 19. The fine hunt lodge at. White Hills, owned by Philip Jones of New York was destroyed by fire this morning together wit furnishings. Keeper EmSl Peterson, his wife and four children barely escaped. , They lost all their belongings. The origin was incendiary. Loss, $2,500. Before Justice Adams of Wert Haven. John Simonds of West Haven, who was tried for non-support before Jus tice George Wi Adams and found guilty, was ordered to give a bond of $100 that he would support his wife for six months, which he did. SEAL ESTATE. Another Improvement for Whitney A ve nae. - Herbert C. Warren, the banker and broker, who sold nils house on Orange street recently to Vice President Mel- len of the Consolidated road, has just purchased from the Foote estate a lot located at the corner of Whitney avenue and Bishop street The price paid for the property was about $10,000. Mr. Warren will erect a handsome residence thereon in the near future. The Stoddard rectaTM. The eagerly awaited Stoddard lecture season to at last announced. Mr. Stod dard will give bis course for his fifteenth season at the Hyperion on Tuesday evenings January 8, 15, 28, 29 and Feb ruary 5. That he has a rarely attrac tive course his tremendous audiences in the great cftles of the country prove beyond a doubt The titles show great possibilities for Mr. Stoddard's fasojn atinjg treatment Paris, Switzerland, Rome, Norway and the Paaainn Piov may be made to give solid enjoyment as aiscoursea upon and illustrated by Mr. Stoddard. At this holiday time one could hardly suggest a more satisfac tory gift than a course ticket, the sale of which begins on Monday morning, December 31, at the Hyperion. A HOME WXDDIK&. Dr. Henry atlank. and jlM Anna E. Stahl. A home wedding win be solemnised to-day, the contracting parties being Miss Anna Elizabeth Stahl, daughter of Selectman W. F. Stahl, and Dr. Hen ry Klenke. The wedding takes place at the residence of the bride's .father, on Chapel street The Invited guests Include the board of selectmen. The Barnam- 'Sceley Ca a, Bridgeport, Dec 19.Judge Shum way has given a decision in favor of the "Domestic Tribunal," in the con tempt esse brought' against them by C Barnum Seeley, who claimed: they did not carry out the Instructions of h supreme court in not granting him $5,000 tor services to the Bar num V Bailey how. The tribunal are Mrs. Caroline Thompson, H. E. Bowers and Benjamin Fish. In clos ing Msi finding Judge Shumway says ther acted In good faith.' ' lOOAi SSWa JOTTIVO. New Tear's FuUvltlaa As Eacaawment AnasnBOed Suit fur llamas:, Kte On New Year" day Harmony lodge, I. O. O. F., will Install officers and after this ceremony a banquet will be served. John Cox, proprietor of the Surf house at Savin Rock, pleaded guilty yesterday morning of a violation of the Sunday liquor law and was fined $50 and coat a The cost amount to $50 more. This Is on of th Law and Or der league cases. On New Tear's eve the first annual ball of the Winchester Avenue Mutual Benefit association . will take place In the town hall, West Haven. Jacob Stelnmaler was given a sur prise party by his friends at his resi dence, 270 Wooster street Tuesday evening, In celebration of his seven teenth birthday anniversary. There were about fifty couples present, and thay were entertained by music from a quartet composed of Joseph GalTney, George Rellly, Fred Holzer and Mr. Stelnmaler. The funeral of Michael Costello was held at his home, 248 Oak street, yes terday morning and afterward a re quiem mass was said at St. John's church. He was burled In St. Ber nard's cemetery. Mr. Costello was sixty-five years of age and a retired mason builder. He died Sunday last and leaves a wife and three children. Thomas McKlernan has Rued the Western Union Telegraph company for $5,000 for Injuries which he received while working for the company last summer. He was sent up a tree In Mil ford last summer and fell, injuring himself very badly. He holds the company now responsible for his In juries. The engagement is announced at Washington, D. C, of Miss Kate Foote to Judge A. J. Coe of Meriden. Miss Foote has a multitude of friends in Connecticut and came from Gull ford. She was a sister of Senator Hawley's first wife. Miss Foote has been for some years the Washington correspondent of the "New York In dependent." The wedding Is to take place In January. Judge Coe Is a well known Meriden man, the newly elected republican mayor of that olty, a gen tleman of culture, a lawyer by profes sion, but retired from active practice. MAY BE A RACE. Royal Taoht Squadron Send an Ultimatum to the N. T.Y. C l op Cemmltt e to Meet Dun raven Also Sends a Cablegram to , Mr. Kersey. London, Dec. 19. A representative of the United Press .to-day obtained an interview with Mr. Richard Grant, sec retary of the Royal Yacht Squadron, who said: "I conferred with Lord Dunraven this morning In regard to the challenge for the America's cup. We carefully con sldered the conditions, and decided to give the New York Yacht club another chance. Accordingly, I have just ca bled to the New York club, stating the only conditions under which .we will race. -" - ' ' "These conditions, as a matter of courtesy to the New York club, I can' not disclose. If the conditions are ac cepted we will challenge for the cup again. I cannot sax more than this pending a reply, which we expect lm mediately. "The Royal Yacht Squadron will not meet on the 20th Inst, but the Yacht Racing association's meeting, will prob ably arrange the regattas for 1895." New York, Dec. 19. The negotiations for a race for the America's cup took a new turn to-day: Secretary Grant of the Royal Yacht Squadron sent a cable to Chairman James D. Smith of the cup committee this morning. The message was not made public. A meeting of the committee was called for noon to-day. A quorum was not obtainable. So a meeting was called for noon to-morrow.. . Those in attendance to-day were Com modore James D. Smith, chairman; Latham A. Fish and J. Frederick Tarns. A copy of the cable message was sent to each of the other members of the committee, together with an urgent ap peal for them to'be present at to-mor row's meeting. . Commodore Smith was seen as soon as the other members of the committee departed. He said: . . i ' . "The messaee will not be made nub' lie unfil after the committee has acted upon it That will be to-morrow after noon. I can't discuss Its contents. I thought all along that the Englishmen were anxious to race and I am of the same opinion still. I can't say positive' ly that there" will be a race, but I hope there will be one." v Secretary Grant's message has put new life Into the negotiations, i Treasurer F. W. J. Hurst of the New York Yacht club said: "Iiand all my fellow-members of the New York Yacht club are thoroughly in accord with the doings of the cup committee. I admire the stand that they have taken. The deed of gift can't be thrown aside, and It is a perfectly just and sportsmanlike document. "I am not a member of. the committee and can't, therefore, discuss the out look. I don't know whether, there will be a race or not I hope that three will be one. It, however, rests with the Royal Yacht Squadron whether there Is another International struggle or not." ' ' H. Maitland Kersey received a cable gram' from Lord Dunraven this morn ing. He declined to make it public. He said that it was a strictly personal mes sage. It had some bearing on the yachting outlook. Mr. Kersey placed it before the cup committee. , .The con tents were not made public. Mr. Ker sey is not hopeful.. He doesn t appear to think that there will be a race. Captain. .Cranfleld's opinion of the situation reached Cap tain L. M. Biggs, Commodore Smith's veteran commander, a few days ago. He has had command of Commodore Smith's yacht for twenty-one years. He has handled the Pocahontas during her entire career... In a letter to Com modore Smith to-day he says: 'I was very sorry to see at first that you were again chairman of the cup committee, for 1 know .that it gives you a good deal of work. But since those lords and dukes.on the other side want everything their own way.'and a little more, I am very glad you are again there, for they won't get th cup until they win It." Captain Biggs la a typical old sea dog. He hasn't over much reverence for ti tle and believe In American boats first, last and always. Both Fatally Burned. Elyrla, 0., Dec, 19. The dwelling of C. J. Cook was badly damaged by fir this morning. In their effort to ex tinguish the flame Mr. and Mr. Cook were fatally burned. How th Ar originated I unknown, a both Mr. and Mr. Cook are unable to talk. Mrs. McOlvney't Fntxral. The funeral of Mr. Ann McOlvney took place from her late residence, No. 216 Congress avenue, yesterday morn ing. Requiem high mas was said at Sacred Heart R. C. church at t o'clock by Rev. Father McKeon. The pallbear ers were Mr. Foley, Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Syles, Mr. Dlnnan, Mr. McQueeney and Mr. Curren. Interment In St Bernard' cemetery. ' Beware V. 1 it reamers ana you an imitation, be honest- tend it back. It's V ft 1 FRANK S-'pLATT'S, ;!N 374 STATS STREET. .J to'be deceived; it's annoying to have a poor article of shortening. You can avoid both by seeing that your, pail of COTTOLENE bears the trade maru: steer's neaa in cotton-plant wreath and be sure of having delicious, healthful food. Other - manufacturers try to imitate COT TOLENE, that's the best .reason why 'you want the original Mad only by". . The N. K. Falrbank Company, chicauu, and Prod Ixehamge, K. I., tU Stat YOUR CHRISTMAS AS WELL as your THANKSGIVING DINNER ' Will not be complete ROOT'S QUAKEE BREAD. Most nutritious and palatable, and endorsed and highly recommended , ' '. by the medtoal faculty. Thousands eay it is the most delloious and healthful bread aver Introduced to the New Haven publio.' Made by the original prooes at Root'sBakery, 859 Grand Avenue - BESUBEAND, Ask your grocer for ROOT'S QUAKER BREAD. Label on l 4J lDKKTiriKD. Slater of th I eraud Live In FortUnd. Medical Examiner White ha found that the one-armed man who commit ted suicide last Thursday In th rail road shed near th Cedar street cross ing by shooting himself in the head was Charles Anderson, a Swede, twenty-seven year old, of Portland, this state, where two slater of hi reside. He had been employed by Shalor ' & Hall, quarrymen of Portland, for a number of years. He lost hi arm In 1889, by the premature explosion of a blast but was retained In the firm' employ. The quarries closed December 1, as Is the annual custom. Last Tuesday Anderson told his sla ter, Mrs. Henry Johnson, with whom he lived, that be was going to New Haven. She heard nothing more of him until Tuesday, when Dr. White showed her the pocketbook, snuff box and other article taken from the per son of the suicide. She recognized them at once, particularly the pocket book that had been the property of her father. Salt Water Bathing at home or shore, for health and cleanliness, can be done perfectly with Pearline. The Pearline in such a bath gives you luxurious cleanliness. More, too. It's a decided help toward making the salt water do you good. You don't get all out of it that you can, unless you assist it with Pearline. Soap is out of the question in salt water bathing. You can't use soap with salt water, any way. . .. some unscrupulous grocers will tell too. "this is as good as" or "the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE Cearline is never peddled, if your grocer sends 401 JAMES PYLB, New York. article, i Si, Bet tea. unless you have each loaf. V ABE: l Self Contained, requiring no brick setting. , Without Gaskets or Packing, and are thus always ' tight. ' r Have Vertical Water Way, giving Ire circulation. : VY' Large Direct Tire Surfaoe, using the radiant ' 1 ., heat of the fire.. .... . . , 'Tkgrigk in itss and all giving satisfaction. 'V.SHEAHAN & GrBOARK, qteam Titter and Plumber. Telephone 1048 S r. 285 and 287 State Streat. -T8S2aSEE: GOING FAST AND NO MISTAKE, Became they've been railroaded. That' what I he publio are doing with our took of Holiday Good,-ln fact, they're treailnc It as If it were a flock of plgeone and homing It. We enn't keep anything we have If found homewards. Our motto it to tee the manufacturer nnd pick the flower of the t anon's produc tion. We're Just done it again, and the retult ( a medley of urprllna attraot tTcneM. A dUplny like our U a go from the start. All like to see flue Furniture where It look the boot at home, and nowhere can you ee o much for o little a In our tore. Here you will And proud Tallies and hum bio prices. H. B. ARMSTRONG & CO., 89-97 Orange Street and 780 Chapel Street. MONARCH Your choice of Rims and Tires Gali and See Them. Buckingham Clark I Jackson State K0AL. I am now delivering Koal in bags and carried into the cellar direct from, wagon. Avoid all dirt and buy of W. F. GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opposite Postofllce, 89 to 91 Railroad Arenne. The New Hayen Winflow Sliafle Co. Novelties in Rugs and Draperies FOR THE HOLIDAYS. The latest thing in Japanese Rugs, the SHIKII, A hand-woven Rug, wear guaranteed ; made in hall rugs. lSTEW 8HIPMENT ORIENTAL RUGS Bokhara, Carrabagh, Kazak, Koula, Shirvan, Dagheslau, Shiraze, Ohoirde, Auatolian and Persian weaves, from $3.00 upwards. The Elm City Carpet Sweeper. Guaranteed to sweep and sweep clean. Sent on one week trial if you wish, ty Open every evening until Christmas, jsgj 68, 70 and 72 Orange Street. hr to Mi Dolges' All Wool Felt Shoes and Slippers are soft, warm and noiseless, and gaining favor each season for comfortable house shoes. High and low cut, felt, in all more than popular shoes in our We suggest that our customers make an early selection; later on it is sometimes difficult to secure just the size, width and color desired. We offer to-day your choice from two thousand pairs. The New Haven 842-846 Chapel Street, New Haven. Conn. lJjifl'w JlSlL'LS1"1 0t "fl Jn receipt of nmi audi anodyne, but destroy th apeoulo asthma poison in Port-offloeaddrm we mall I Mood, firm a night's nrwt deep and jj;REIS eS!ZSSS athatyoaiMlDotnglwtyoar baaBneaiorait ap ASTHMAS-HE ilajl aighinapiae tor breath (or far of suffocation, will ajid doe oar aathma Ivor Mto V U noM . wt mm. anicm co Mcinmi, a t. JSW r BICYCLES. Highest Grade. . Weighs 25 Pounds. Agents 294 296 298 State street fur trimmed and plain twenty styles of these stock. Shoe Company, Bom wb. Mini Hi. Holiday Week Will be busy of oourse, but we have a large force of competent salespeople. Tome In the morning if possible, and our delivery team will bring your purchase to your door when you want them. Mackintoshes. A fine now line. Diagonal cloth Mack inosh, rubber lined nnd warranted, at MM. Diagonal cloth. Mutkiutosbes with due plaid lining at 44. .10. Umbrellas. All styles, handsome mounts, best silk and Initials engraved free, 41.80 up wards. Silk Mufflers and Hdkfs. Heavy brooaded Silk Mu filers, black or white, 73o value, lit 49o. Complete lines of liettcr griult-s. Great llnmlker ohlef snlcs all this week. Beautiful Pillow Hlmms in Irish Poiut D'Esprlt, 08o, up. FURS. Complete Holiday Stock Fur Muffs, Nock Boas and C'npes fur Ladles and Children. CLOAKS. Special Holiday Reduction OX EVERY CHILD'S CLOAK in our establishment. TEN I'KH CENT. DISCOUNT on every Ladies' Cloak, Cape or Coat above $13.50, besides the regular reductions on ALL CLOAKS. HOLIDAY GOODS. SEE THE SPECIAL VALUES la Toilet Sets, Work Boxes, Manicure Sets, Jewel Cases, Tie Boxes, Albums, Mir rors, Picture Frames, Smokers' Tables ami Cases and Smoking Sets, Shaving' Cases, Metal Trays of every shape. The finest line of Leather Pocket Books and Shopping Bags in this city. Fans. Fans.s Fine of Feather, Gauze and Silk. SPECIAL Fine Feather Fans, deco rated sticks, 50o value, at 29c, Dainty Lace Collars and other Ladies' Silk Neckwear. Men's and Boy's Ties. Lined nnd unlined Kid Gloves and, well, don't forget to see how much quantity, value, variety aud pretty use ful articles you can find this week at WM. FRANK & CO., 781-783 Chapel street. Fall nil mn lliiery. 1132 Chapel Street, Second door above York street. A large, handsome and varied assort ment of Millinery Trimmings. Special styles in Felt Hats. Artistically Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, Mourning Bonnets and Hats a specialty. Hiss A. V. Byrnes, 1182 CHAPEL STREET, Second door above York street. FIX Ull J J 882 CHAPEL STREET, Has now on sale a very choice assortment of Holiday Goods, Both useful and ornamen tal, suitable for Christmas Gifts, All of which are offered at attractive prices. An inspection is invited. d!7t ' California Excursions VIA Southern Pacific Co. LOWEST RATES. Also tickets for TEXAS, MEXICO CHINA and JAPAN. ... Call on or address K E. CURRIER, N. E. Agent, Buy your Market Supplies For The Holidays : , 'Where you get the , Best Value for Your Money. - Our market is emphatically "that -. place, is.' ,v ; iv WE OFFER THIS WEEK: Choice Beet and Mutton, - . .. Delioiottt Fat Poultry, " " " : ' . All kinds of Game, domestio and ' " foreign, . - .'.-..;.,.: Vegetable and .Frulte. s :.? J.I1UJ. MU.UJU J MiMCo. 3S0 and 352 STATE STREET ,