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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1894.
w t 8 gfountitl aud Courier. NEW HAVKN, CONN. Three Moras, ILftO; On Most, AO rcMTfl; Om Wekk, 15 oaimi Bnrau Corns, I orNTS. , .. ..II H- ! BMBg Thursday, December 20, lt. MiH JDrHMIsKMlCATa JO-Odl. Attorney At Law-w". H. Chapman. Oirl.iuiH. Krnlu-J. II Judwm. t'hrmuiiu slippers M. lirutol i Sons, dully (.hut jiKilrv. Nly & Co. Entertainment-Hyperion Thtmter. Kmoruilnmi-nl (iminl Olmrn Houu. KntArulniucnl-llypM-luii TIhukt. riiimrtalnracnt-Hyiicrtnn Theater. For Hulev-Hwlne B. Foots, (iriincl SlinjipniK Kiiinurtiiut F.M.BrowniOo. M irnlng llourn-t'hnn. Munson Co. Mi'rry CurHtmB--Jolillon it Bro. Kubber Goods-IM Oraniro Slrntil, HtvlvM S.Iks Hwe ft Sli.uon. Wanted-flltuallon lifiB Cbapel Street, Wanted Httuatlon-il tiraiiiie Street. Wmiied 8ltutlon-Wli Howard Avenue, Wanted Toung Man Metal, This Otttoo. WaAiMlwK HKtOHU, Agricultural Dkpartmikt, Orrics or the Cmsr Or IMS WjCATHKK HUKKAO, Wshiroton, D. C Deo. 19. 1884, Ip, m. Forecast for Tbumday For Massachu setts, Rhode Island and Connecticut: Fair, southwesterly winds. uocnl V etttliur Report. tOR StOIMBHH 19, UV4. 8 8 A.M. P.M. Barometer 30.24 80.18 Temperature 4R 38 Pel. HumldltT 72 7:l Wind Direction KB W Wind Veloolw 1 J Weather Cloudy Clear Mean temperature 83. Max. temperature. 48. Win. temperature. 1 Precipitation. .0 Inunes. Max. veluoity of wind. 10 S. Aecutnulntwlexoess or temperature since January 1. ' deareoe: or an average dally excels t 1.3 degrees. Total de'-ioncy or precipitation ilnoe Jan uary 1. 12 08 inches. U. G. SITTERS, Observer. Wote. A minus sign preDxed tother- Someter readings Indicates temperature be wzero. A "T" In oonneot'oa with rainfall lndloates trace of rainfali too small to measure. "Snow is molted and resulting depth of water nnt known. i.ot a i. yaws. Uriel Mention. Bay a sew house R. E. Baldwin. High water to-day at 5:23 a. in. and 6:45 p. in. F. Andrews sharpens skates; 5 Church street. Tou will wear a smile If you put on a pair of Royal shoes. The public schools close to-morrow (or the short Chrlstma-s vacation Hartford receives Its two new steaim fire engines to-morrow from Seneca Falls, N. T. Manure specially composted for top dressing lawns. Conn. Concrete Co., 49 Church street. Dr. Philip E. Browning, instructor in Kent laboratory, will spend his vaca tion in Poughkeepsie. Mrs. B. Leiken, of New Britain, wihose husband was killed by the cars at Kel eey crossing there a short time ago, has brought suit against the Consoli dated road. Professor C. A. Lindsley and Dr. George P. Ingersoll of this city have ibeen at th Elliott in Washington, D. C, this week. Ttoey were at the na tional conference of the staie boards of health. Buckley H. Bartlett, father of the Swell known sculptor, Truman S. Bart lett, died yesterdaiy, aged ninety-three years. He was also grandfather of Paul Bartlett, who Is winning renown as a sculptor in Rome. Holiday Offering. A handsome banquet lamp and silk Shade with every $15 purchase at Oak Hall. Great mark down sale at Oak Hall. Ho! All Ye People. The Christmas tables will groan with the weight of mammoth turkeys, but, alas, without those splendid carving knives sold at J. E. Baasett & Co.'s famous store there will be other groans and groaning. Get a se't of knives in handsome oases at Bassett & Co.'s and rejoice. Also pocket cutlery, all varie ties, never so cheap before. $6.50 for $10 overcoats at Oak Hall. Practical Pre.ents Pay and Please. If you give a friend a gift which tends to beautify the home and also be useful, that friend will appreciate in a higher degree your generosity than a present possessing but a transient charm. Practical presents In furniture can be found at dl8 3t B. BOOTH'S, 390 State St. Knee pants 10. 15, 25, 39 and 50c at Oak Hall, 51 Church street. A Reception. A reception would hardly be com plete without one of the reception chairs displayed at dl8 3t B. BOOTH, 390 State Street. POVDER Absolutely Pure A cream of tarter bakl ng powder. Highest pf all in leavening strength. Latest United Btates Government Food Report Royal Baking Powder Co., 108 wall sU,li.T Men's all wool autti $7.80 at Oak Hall. Children's overcoats at IL76 at Oak Hall. Dtmabar S4th la the day before Christmas, and we are selling a good many goods now to be delivered that day. You can bavt yours delivered then if you wish. dl8 St B. BOOTH. 890 8tae Btreet Children's reefers at $1.75 at Oak Hall. For Oantleoaan. 800 pairs of choice slippers about half price, 800, 65c, 75c, 85c, $1, $1.25 and $1.50. dl8 3t D. W. COSGROVE ft CO. Men's kersey overcoats $6.50 at Oak Halt Christmas. Christmas comes but once a year, and when it comes It brings good cheer. Good cheer to the people who, In anti cipation of this opportunity have de layed purchasing until now, and good cheer to those who are Intent on making others happy by presenting them with the most useful Christmas gifts of all Furniture. Now then, shrewd furniture buyers, here Is your chance, dig St B. BOOTH, 380 State Street Men's beaver overcoats $6.50 at Oak HalL Kargitlna in Mlippere. Men's, boys', girls', ladles'. We never showed such values at 60c, 65o, 75c, 85c, $1, $1.25 and $1.50. dl8 3t D. W. COSGROVE & CO. Men's melton overcoats $6.50 at Oak Hall. Allow Us to Suggest , A "Christmas Box." Edw. E. Hall & Son have made up boxes of fruits, del icacies and fancy groceries at $1.00, $2.50, $3.50, $5.00 and $10.00. Send postal for printed list describing them. "The best gifts are sensible gifts." dl8 4t Children's suits $1 at Oak Hall. We have plum puddings and mince meat of the sort that will make the Christmas dinner a success. dl8 4t EWD. B. HALL & SON. Oak Hall's mark down sale offers an opportunity for everybody to clothe themselves at little cost. For the Holiday Dinner. $2.00 will buy here a quart bottle of champagne, imported from France, and quality guaranteed by us. Medium Dry or Brut, as you prefer. Ask for "Dry Royal." dl8 4t EDW. B. HALL & SON. Book cases, ladies' desks and every style of furniture for this month only at a discount of 20 per cent, for cash. d!2 tf Brown & Durham. NATIVE- POULTRY. CHOICE Beef, Lamb and Veal. ALL KINDS OF GAME IN THEIR SEASONS. BEST VEGETABLES. Boston Head Lettucevery fine, Telephone call, 574-3. JACOB F. SCHEIFFELE, 409 STATE STREET. 11,11$ SUGGESTIONS ! Suit Cases, Umbrellas, Bags, Gloves. FURS. Rugs, Scarfs, Capes, Robes. & Chapel, cor. State st. SELLING OUT 75 Cents on the Dollar. We offer our entire stock of Diamonds, Watches, Jewel ry, Clocks, Silverware, etc.. selected for Christmas gifts, suitable for everyone, at 75 cents on the dollar, in order to start next year with an entire new stock. This is a grand chance to make 75 cents purchase from us as much goodB as one dollar will elsewhere. Do not fall to call at SILVERTHAU'S Jewelry Store, 790 Cbapel street, the Diamond Experts, Select your Christmas now and save money. PFAFF & SON. MUSHROOMS, y HOT HOUSE o TOMATOES, HOTHOUSE CUCUMBERS. CAPONS, CAPONS. Muscovy DUCKS Muscovy 7 and 8 Church st 152 Portsea st MALirMmyK0' New Raven, Thursday, Dee. 10. 11. The weather to-day Likely to be fair. TSLEPBONI He, w Open Evenings. Glad to see you buying early. It makes possible a better service and a happier feeling. It . saves disap pointment. You must have seen that car-load of Indian Baskets conspicuously placed on the floor elevation, south center of main store. Baby Baskets and big baskets. Handy Baskets and Hamper Bask ets. Lined and unlined Work Baskets, etc., etc. 19 cents to $1.39. Finely scented. A Diary is a good thing to have. We have lots of them for 1895. Bought your Diary? BOOKS Tried to push through the crowd to get news from the Book man. Finally reached him. He caught his breath sufficiently to rattle off Thackaray's, 10 vol. sets, $3.98. Bulwer-Lytton's, 10 vol. sets, $4.98. William Black's, 12 vol. sets, $4.98. G. A. Henty's, 10 vol. sets, $5.98. Two-volume sets of T. Y. Crowell's pub lications $2.19 a set. Nothing finer for gift books. Book Store. STERLING SILVER Trust that you are not passing by the beautiful Sterling silver pieces, never so cheap as they are this year. Sooons of all kinds, Butter Knives, Sugar Shells, etc., at the Silverware Counter. Nu merous cute novelties at the Jewelry Counter, Temple St. side. Button Hooks Hies Tweezers Cuticles Bon-bon Boxes Hair Brushes Hat Brushes Pin Trays Combs Jewel Boxes. At the Fancy Goods Counter, Main entrance, right. REDUCED CLOAKS Hard to tell which sells the faster. Strictly Christ mas Novelties,- or Jackets; Fur Capes and Silk Waists. The Cloak man set t the Cloak Clock ahead just a month. January "Reduc tion Sale " in 1 December. Women naturally buy and get a month's more of season able wear out of the garment. Undoubtedly lots of them are bought for Christmas pres ents. Scrutinize closely a reduc tion that reduces. All -the latest and most fashionable Ladies' Jackets reduced $7.00 to $8.50 $5.00 10.00 12.75 8.75 10.00 12.75 15.00 18.75 15.00 18.00 20.00 25.00 to 87.50 All the stylish 27 inch Fur Capes reduced Froh $6.00 9.60 13.00 To $3.75 6.00 8.00 15.00 20.00 10.00 15.00 25.00 to 87.50, Electric Seal. Martin Collar, 80.00 80,00to 85.00 " " " " 88.00 Misses' and Children's Grettehens 14 to 16 years, reduced from $7.50 and $9.50 to $5.75. From $10.00 and $15.00 to $7.50. Ladies' Fancy Silk Waists down From $5.00 , to $3.48 " 6.00 to 4.00 . " e.98 and 7.50 to 5.00 Mackintoshes for Children 4 to 14 years, $1.98 and $2.50. Special in Ladies' three cape double texture mackintoshes, $5.00, $6.00, $7i50 and $1000. All women are invited to test the genuineness of these reductions. Furs, Jackets, Waists. If you didn't read our last Clock story, you can come in and see the $8,50 Clocks, selling at. $4.98, all ' because of an insignificant "- little blemish on the case. - - Temple Street Side, r BUILDING BLOCKS No more sensible, educa ting or refining play thing among the tons of Base ment toys than these Anchor .Building Blocks, 19 cents to $9.98. Your own sight and sense will confirm the statement It would n't be fair to the people who are not buying our Candies, (seems as though everybody was buy ing) if we did n't allude to their distinctively Christmas' character, their daily fresh ness and their inherent purity. That, together with Big Store prices makes them melt away in so many mouths. The Candy Counter, THE ART ROOM Every time we pass that Glass Case in the Art Room, we have to pause. Every piece in silk or linen or lace or ribbon, hand wrought. Magnificent. Embroidered Linen Center Pieces, Doilies andj Scarfs. Embroidered 811k Scarfs, p pliqued with ribbon. Also lace, and spider web effects in gold thread. Japanese Mantle Lambrequins of silk, em broidered with Igold, from $'.'.75 to $11.50. Japanese silk or satin Table Covers, embroid ered in combination silk and (told. Plain dainty silk Table Covers with em broidered frilled edges, $1 75. A quantity of nice Head Rests, single 18 cents, dou ble 25 cents. Don't forget the new, beautiful and inex pensive " Tissue " decorations 5 cents a yard. Wreaths 15 cents, 2 for 25 cents. Art room, Second Floor Front. DOLL SHOW What scamoerine1, there'll be i. , o . 4-n npt Vl - umLV "I Dolls dressed for our Prize Doll Show Jan. 14th. Entries open Jan. 7th and close Jan. nth. Don't allow our regiment of Dolls and the piles of everything to hinder that Dolls wear from buy you ing otherwheres, 11 you can do better. Buy and fix and labor to win the prize, of course. FURNITURE NOVELTIES Just a few of the many pieces that keep them flying ing around in the Furniture Department. Foot Rests, willow, reed and antique oak, with plush tops, some with bead' ieo 91. yd 10 $a.uu. Taborettes In all the woods, nine designs, mounted or plain, $3.50 to $5.03. Children's Rockers and Nurse Chairs. 28 . different kinds, 45 cents up. Baby High Chairs, $1.25. Reed Rockers, that sold last year at $7.65. now $4.98. A regular forest Of Bookers, 192 in all, and no two alike. Display on Second Floor. We haven't mentioned the " Toy Fair " lately, for it seems, as though all juvenile New Haven was turned loose in the Big Basement. No scarcity of big people "ei ther. Must find what they want, hey ? Well, you see our Basement is no " sweat box." It's large, roomy and systemically ven t i 1 a t e d. That makes -a great big difference. RADIATORS Al STOVES FOR HEATING WITH GAS! . The best agent known for SAFE, CLEAN and EFFICIENT heat. Applied instantly, controlled easily. All tbe heat you need no more than you need ALSO. ' Cooking Stoves, Water Heaters, Hot Plates, Ovens; etc. All the above sold, set up and warranted The New Haven . Gas Light Co., No. 80 CKOWN STREET. , i i' . Salesroom under the Qmeev . Ui ILL MEN'S $15 AND $18 ULSTERS . For $9.99. . WE HAVE IN STOCK : 200 Men's and Young Men's genuine Peacedale Frieze Ulsters, extra long, made with square and shawl collars, wool Unedoolors, black and Ox ford, we shall sell for $9.99 You probably know what Tneyare made by the Peacedale Mills in Feace dale, r. i. The Ulsters usually retail for $ 1 8, and $16 is the lowest quotation that we have ever heard on the Peacedale Frieze Ulsters. All sizes from 34 to 48. Next we offer you 75 Genuine Hawthorne Frieze Ulsters, cut extra long, colors brown ana grey, made up with heavy cassimere linings, at $9.99 Eighteen dollars is the regular price for the genuine Hawthorne Frieze Ulsters and that is the price ior which they are being sold to-day in New Haven, Boston, New York and other cities throughout this part of the country. Our price, remember, for 76 Ulsters is but Nine-Ninety-Nine. The Peacedale and Hawthorne Friezes are classed with the best Friezes made in this country. The price which we have made to retail four hundred Ulsters is several dollars below any wholesale price that has been named this season. There's very little in it for us, notwithstanding we are the manufacturers, but we propose to go on enlarging and increasing our business without profit for a time, if necessary, trusting in the future for more profitable returns. Let us repeat what we told is a season when the people expect and are entitled "to receive from all merchants extraordinarily good values with every purchase, and the mer chants who recognize this "fact are making no mistake. We recognized the fact, ' ingly, and the good results tnereirom nave ex ceeded our most sanguine expectations. Great returns are looked for from our sale of Frieze Ulsters at $9.99, for they lead all the bargains that we have yet offered. C. E. L0NGLEY & CO., 101, 103 and 105 Church Street, Holiday Groceries Specialties in Foreign Cheese, Fruits Glaus, Condiments, Cordials, v . v Marrons Glaces. Cadbury's Chocolates, prepared in England, will keep fresh for months. Vanilla Chocolate Creams; in i-lb. - boxes, 4.6c in -tb. boxes 24c. . , $2.oowillbuyhere, 7i a quart of Imported French Champagne. Ask for "Dry Royal." - ' 770 Chapel Street. SpencenMatthews &Ccv OILS, PAINTJET. CHEMICALS. 24. State Street 243 HEwwanaijffz CHAS. H. BROMLEY, MAKER of Violins, Double Bases, eta. Mew and Old VloUns for sale. Repair ing a specialty. Bows re haired. Instruction riven on the Violin. Terms moderate, sltt , JSM ORCHARD BT, Mew Haven Ct $9.99 the Peacedale Friezes are. $9.99 you weeks ago, i. e. : This governed ourselves accord- XXX Potatoes 65 cents Bushel. Citron 18c lb. 8 lbs of Currants for lOo. ' lixed Jilts liicl XX Fine Layer Figs io lb. XX Big Oranges 25c dozen. Fancy Butter 29o pound. ; 23 Granulated Sugar $1.00. R. W.MILLS, 882 State Street. Great Bargain Sale! Cll IrM If M - Men's Suits $5.97 worth $10.00w ,Ien's Overcoats $7.38, worth $12.00. - ' Men's Pants $2.45, worth $3.50. . . Boys' Suits and extra Pants $1.79, worth $3.00. - And hundreds of other, great inducements. .1. JOHNSON & SO.N, 85 Church Street. HOWE A STETSON. OUR BTOttE OPEN EVERY KVEJUNQ PHOM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS, gTETSON 767-771 Chapel 6treet. 3fc BEAUTIFUL SWIVEL SILKS T Just received an entirely new line, width 28 inches, quality the best, styles without equal. On sale at JJDc a yd DOWN QUILTS Fine, unusually desirable styles $4.93, $9.00 and 10.00 ea. EVERY NURSE IN THIS CITY... Should see that special lot of Nurses' Aprons we are showing. At no other time can you see SUCH APRONS AT SUCH PRICES. They're manufacturers' sam ples, no two alike, and we buy them every year, and we can say with assurance that they cannot be equalled. , See them and you'll stock up for the year. 75c to $2.25 ea. PLAIN AND TRIMMED White Aprons in a great va riety to choose from. Every one good value. ' 25c to $2.00 ea. LADIES' SILK MITTENS We claim to be headquar ters on these goods. Only 2 prices and these are extraordinary values. 85c and $1.15 -LACE NECKWEAR 'AT REDUCED PRICES "Best quality Chiffon in all shades. , , OPEN EVENINGS. Howe & Stetson, THE PEOPLE'S DRY GOODS STORE. THE NATIONAL TRADESMENS BANK. New Haven, Conn., Deo. 7, 1894. TBE annuel meeting of the stockholders of this bank for tbe election of directors for the ensuing year will be held at the bank In (? house. 96 Orange Street, on Tuesday. January 8th. 1895. Foils open from Uo'olock a. m. till 12 o'clock m. W. T. FIELDS d 10 19 29 Ja8 Cashier. OOQOOOOO OThe Burgess Fur a Hat Co. O 749-781 Chapel Street. O Importers and Makers of - kk nRICHFURS.y Special Low Prices for ' the Holidays. O O CAPES. GLOVES, BOAS, "N MUFFS, etc f J oooooooo J