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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1894.
8 Journal and Courier. NEW HAVEN, CONN. Tbkii Mouths, L60j Ova Mohth, 6u ctxT On Week, 15 curm Bimole Comes, 8 orifT. turd7, December -i, KKW ADrmtiialiMJtUla IV-UA. Christmas Carnlval-N. H. Window 8hd Co. Chrimmm OUU-Chjjee Co. Curiosity ttbop-M Orn Ctree. I mlly Cimt Mlly. Nwly a Co. Itr Kennedy's favorite Hrmody-At Druggist Financial 17. 8. Hubber Co. Fur Henl-House-W UM Bw;, (irntiit Miopnlnir Kniixirlum r.M.BrOWB & Co. !at lavs-H. B. Prry. Mixed Mula-R. W. Mill. Our More New Haveu Chne Co. ruirday Prloi-s-Hu. fiteuwn. t,mlHt-N. H.tMnMnibontOo. The BrownleH-S. H. Window Shade 00. Ultlere-C. B. Longley k Co. AoniorirORAL Dkpartmint, Orrice or the Chief Or the Weather Bukeao, Washington. D. C Dm. 31. 1894, Bp. m. Forecast for iaturday For Massachusetts, Rhode Island nd Connecticut: Fair, south winds beoomlnf wretn-ly. i.ueal M atiiei- Ueport ruR OEOEMBEU 11, MM, a i A.M. .M. Barometer KM 3(1.18 Temperature. - Rel. "Humidity M Wind Dlreotion N " Wind Veloolty 7 Weather Clear Smoky ' Mean temperature. 96. Max. temperature. 4,1. Mln. temperature. 26. Precipitation.. 0 Inches. Max. velocity of wind. 8 BW. Accumulated exceaa of temperature slnn January 1, dcsrreee: or an average dally exrew of 1.4 degrees. Total delriency of preolpltatlon ilnce Jan Uary L 12 30 Inches. D. 0. MYERS, Observer. Note. A minus sign ) prefixed to ther mometer readings Indloates temperature be low xero. A "T" In conneotlon with ralnfnlllndloato trace of rainfall too small to measure. Snow is molted and resultliis dent'i " water not known. LOt. 4.i- Sh, tt'a. Brier Mention. ' Buy E new house R. E. Baldwin. Taxidermist work; 5 Church street. High water to-day at 7:29 a. in. and f:55 p. m. Pease & Son have received Harper's for January, 1895. Temperance Orator Spear of this city Is conducting a very successful cam paign in Pittsfleld, Mass. Manure specially composted for top dressing lawns. Connecticut Concrete company, 49 Churoh street. The condition of Judge David Calla Jian was not materially changed last Bight, but his recovery is looked for. There was an immense business at the post office yesterday. It was a busy day, and another one like it is expected to-day. Crowds all day and evening at Kir by's jewelry store yesterday. The goods are wonderfully attractive, with bar gains on ail sides for all. Announcement of the declaration of a 4 per cent semi-annual dividend by the United States Rubber company on the preferred stock will be found In an other column. The L. Candee rubber factory shuts Down Monday and Tuesday next and Starts up on Wednesday on half time throughout the entire shop, as is usual at this time of the year. Charles Lockwood, formerly for many rears a messenger for New Haven busi ness men between this city and New :Tork, died recently in Mlddletown in sane asylum. His widow is now living In Boston. Edward Bngel's beautiful store, State Btreet, Is a great place at which to buy diamond Jewelry, watches, opera glass es, and jewelry of all kinds. He is a diamond expert and guarantees to save you 25 per cent, on your purchases. Those lovely fur shoulder capes at the' Burgess Fur and Hat company's are sold at manufacturers' prices, hence the big call for them. Christmas gift goods fur muffs, head boas and gloves, leather dress suit cases, bags, umbrel las, etc. A splendid display by S. Goodman & Co., the Jewelers. A specialty is a mul titude of choice silver novelties at small ipost and tortoise shell combs. Watches, jewelry, diamonds and silverware in Abundance all latest styles. A great took to select from. IM SUGGESTIONS ! Suit Cases, Umbrellas, Bags, Gloves. FURS. ' 'Rugs, t ' Scarfs, Capes, . Robes. BROOKS & CO., Chapel, cor. State st. Haw Haven, Saturday, Dee. tt. Mi, The weather to-day Likely to be fair. TELEPHONE No. 323 Open, Evenings, HANDKERCHIEFS Phew ! what an output of them. Which of the following sell the fast est is hard to tell. Please excuse de lays. It's not hard to see why you must sometimes wait, is it ? 8calloped edge embroidered Handker chief Ihliwn and pur linen. Plain linen heinntiched Handkerchiefs with and without reveres. Mourning Handkerchiefs. Real JLa.;e Handkerchiefs. Initial Handkerchiefs in linen or silk. Handkerchiefs In fancy boxt-h for children. Japanese Silk Handkerchief In fancy embroidered and plain hemstitched effects. Mufflers. The new oblong mufftVra. Square Mufflers in brocaded and plain surah silk. Cream, black and fancy colorings. Lace Neckwear Corner. Van Dyke Collars in Point Venise, cream and black, 98 cents- up. Stock Bows, Jabots and Chiffon Yokes in all colors that captivate. Chapel St. Corner Entrance. BOYS' CLOTHES For Presents, people don't seem to care to go below $3.75 for a Boy's Suit. Sell lots of those. That price gives you DiacK diagonal cheviots or fancy mixtures. Pay $4.00 and get a dark gray. $4.25 ouys a ngm gray, lhe $4 50, $4.75 and $5.00 Suits come in plain weaves and in a variety of fancy colors. These Suits are till wool, double breasted stales, seats and knees of the pants ats ana Knees ot me panis auuuieu U1VO jrUU OVOI Jf aim llVWt w wjwwa. We think they are , valua ble, because parents come here to look, then go away to look, then come back here to buy. Overcoats and Reefers are selling rapidly, but there still remains a very rood line to select from. Boys' Clothing Department HOUSE COATS Our man who buvs House Coats wants to sell out by 10 o'clock Xmas Eve. Coats that sold yester day at $5.00 to $10.00 are divided up in three lots with just three prices, -$6.00. All, wool English Coats every one of 'em. They embody silk and satin braid trim mings, frog fronts, large plaids, small plaids, checks, broad stripes, narrow stripes or per fectly plain, in every color that a man ought to wear. Main Aisle Tables, Temple St. Side. ABOUT EUCHRE Inquiries have been made concerning " The Correct Progressive Euchre Score System." Undoubtedly we have the right thing. You can easily tell by seeing the sample which we'll be pleas ed to show you at the Sta tionery Counter. FRESH CANDY Any kind you want, but a special price of 14c. a lb. is put, upon New England Chocolate Creams for Satur day and we'll sell 800 lbs of them. Not 14 cents a pound after Saturday. SHORT SHOTS Ladies are going to make the fur fly in the Cloak Room Saturday. Unusual you know, January reductions in December. Jackets, Fur Capes, Gretchens and Silk Waists at not-to-be-lower prices. . Numerous have been the compli fff the Carpet Hall. Some think Rugs make the nicest presents. Hard to keep Holiday Aprons in stock. 50 cents each and ten styles to choose Irom. We're once more face to face with fancy needle work in the Art Room. We simply sigh and stnvein vain ioo.to$i. to use that " language which woman thinks in " when she looks upon this artistic rich ness. Your own pict ures 6 to 4t cents. framed to suit you and suit able pictures of any size, kind or value ready to decorate home with. Guaranteed Crayon Portraits reproduced from originals for $1.08. We have n't room to enumerate Books. But what's the use. Look at the people around the counter. 8 cents. Suppose they'd stick there if they did n't find what they wanted ? Same way in Day light Square. Can hardly get within ten feet of the Christmas Card 1 able. You would n't think it, but quantities of Dress Goods are being sold. The Buyer ingen iously sets to the front, seasonable selections with plain figures and short des 25 cents. criptions upon them UMBRELLAS A collection from which it is perfectly easy to pick a present. Can't name quarter of them. Engraving free for December. Ladies' all silk Umbrellas in blue and gar- net, natural handles, crooks, loops, etc., 2 inch, guaranteed for $3.00. Ladies' fine silk gloria Umbrellas, steel rods, olose rollers, cord and tassels, natural handles in loops, bulbs, crooks, etc., 26 inch, 82-25. ' Children's School Umbrellas, 69 cents, $1.00, $1.50, $-2.00. Men's all silk close rolling Umbrellas, 28 inch, $3.00. Men's Union Umbrellas, horn mountings, 28 inch, $2.25. Men's Mufflers, Handker chiefs, Collars, Cuffs, Sus penders, Fancy Half Hose, Neckwear, Dress, Shirts, Night Shirts and Pajamas all going; like a land-slide. See corner window, lien's Furnishings, ST. NICK STOCKINGS You remember the list of big and little stockings we published. Had to replen ish the broken lines, so every thing will be full and plenty for Saturday. We hung the prices down so that you could hang the stock ings u6. All sizes. Christ mas Wonders now, and war- wonders afterwards. The Frost Queen Cham ois Jacket proves a true and warm friend to Ladies who drive in the cold bracing air. JNeat and dressy. Unce used always used. Keeps out the cold and so keeps off sickness. $2.25 to $3.00. . : Hosiery and Underwear XMAS FURNITURE Why are so many people buying Furniture Novelties here ? Be cause they can do bet ter here. They, see style, , they' re promised Foot Bests, tse. to $8.50. durability, and then we. share the profits with t hem. That's the crowning point . Combination Book Cases, solid oak, 4 feet high, 8 ft. 6 inches wide, glass doors, $10.88. Not many left. Five-drawer solid oak Chiffonferes, ft. 10 in. wide, bevel plate -glass, 11x19, Xmas price, $8.98. Very pretty Wall Cabinets In a number ot styles, open or closed, $2.60 and more. Display on 8eoond Floor. - ..,; - ' GODOBYE WATCHES you read bur yesterday's Watch Story? doing out the business. Onlp 25 left to sell at give-away prices, O s 9 for quick dispatch. Catch 'em while they're going. Some boys' watches. We'll tell you all about every one of them. Haven't space to enlarge upon the $8.50 Clocks for $408, nor the dozens of sterling silver trinkets that sparkle like stars, and sell faster than sandwiches. Jewelry Counter. CHias Gifts. SELLING OUT 75 Cents on the Dollar. We offer our entire stock of Diamonds, Watches. Jewel ry, Clooks, Silverware, oto.. selected for Christinas gilts, suitable for everyone, at 76 cents on the do.lar, in order to Hurt next year witli an entire new stock. This is a irrand chance to make 75 eenta purchuao from us at much (roods as ono dollar will elsewhere. Do not fall to call at - SILVER-THAU'S Jo'velry Store, 790 Chapel street, the Diamond Experts, Select your Christmas now and save money. PFAFF & SON. MUSHROOMS, - HOT HOUSE TOMATOES, HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS. CAPONS, CAPONS. Muscotjt DUCKS Muscovy 7 and 0 Church st. 152 Portssa st. RARE CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT, ON E debenture bond or $x); ono aeoenture bond of S1.000. one debenture bond of $l,000drawlngr7per cent, interest, principle and interest guaranteed and payable at my office. HINMAN'8 AGENCY, dl76t , au iieneaict uuuaing. Holiday Groceries n Specialties in Foreign Cheese, Fruits Glaees, Condiments, Cordials, Matrons Glaces, Cadbury's Chocolates, prepared in England, will keep fresh for . months. Vanilla Chocolate Creams,, in z-lb. boxes, 6c; in -tb. boxes 24c. $2.00 wiU Wre a quart of Imported French Champagne. Ask for "Dry Royal." 770 Chapbl Street. GREAT CLOSING OUT ASSMEE Most people In this vicinity know what is going on in this Great Clothing Emporium. Some people don't. They must he enlighten ed the informatio will he ot be.neflt to them. Well 1 You have probably heard that the Connecticut Clothing Co. got into a little financial difficulty brought on by the hard times, and as they had an immense stock of goods on hand' and not money enough to pay for them, as they became due, they were compelled to place their affairs in the hands of an Assignee, Mr. B. L.' Ripley, head of one of the largest clothing manufacturing houses in Boston. Now Mr. Ripley, as you may well believe, is a man of business, with business ideas, and the only way he could see his way dear was to oonvert the immense stock into money. as quickly as possible, and thi&is just where his business methods came In. Instead of marking the goods down, as is almost always done in greatly advertised sales 10 or 15 per cent, from ormer prices, he went to work and marked thein so low that the loss bears the same relation to the cost as the profit did before. ' You know what this means If an Overcoat cost $10 and the C. O. C. got 118.00 for it, the Assignee marked it 7.00, 3.00 profit, 93.00 loss, not a money making scheme, but the only one for an 'emergency like this. X Won't say much about Men's All Wool Serge and Cheviot Suits, marked down from 12.00 to $7.00, nor fine 'Clay Diagonal $15.00. $18.00 and $20.00 Suits marked down to $10.00, $12.00 and $15.00.. Will call your attention to a nice fast eolor blue and black kersey Overcoat,' former price $12. now $7.50, and two styles of Gentlemen's All Wool Ulsters, finely made and trimmed, cheap at $20.00, but cheaper at $10.00. Then our high grade goods like fine West of England Kersey Oyerooats, out 50 inohes long, better than two thirds of the custom made garments, reasonable' at $35.00, thrown away at $2oJ And the fine lot of stylish Business and Dress Suits made out of celebrated. For eign and the best American Taney Worsteds, Serges and Cassimeres, all marked down from $25, $27 and $80 to $15.00 and $17.00. . ,; Little folks not negleoted. Everything out about in two in this department, Suits, Keefers, Overcoats, Panto, Ulsters; ; BuV lpdiesj call in the morning, if possible i avoid afternoon and evening rush. ' , -S . ; . - Money freely given back if purohase is ,not' satisfactory, Open every evening this week, V, , . ; , . , CONNECTICUT CLOTHING CO., .v Great Closing Out and Assignee Sale, 813 - 815 - 817 CHapel Street. E.L.RIPLEY, Assignee. mm is so let up OM TBESALE OF THOSE MEN'S $9.99 They are the well known Peace- dale and Hawthorne All Wool Friezes. None "better made. The same sooas are some of our- would "be competi tors to-day for Don't delay if you need an Ulster. Sizes 34 to 48. We are offering Young Men's, Boys' and Overcoats that any Clothing House C. E. LONGLEY & CO., 101, 103 and 105 Church Street, SALE ULSTERS oemg soia oy $15 and $18 Bargains in Men's, and Children's Suits cannot be equaled by in this State. 1,000 FOMfiS 10c Pound. 300 bas. Catawba Grapes, : i5c. ''( iXXXX Florida Oranges 25c dozen.! 1,100 lbs Broken Candy, 9c lb. B. "W. MILLS, 38a State Street. Great Bargain gale! Clililiei If Bp ! a. Men's Suits $5.97, worth $10.00. len's Overcoats $7.38, worth $12.Q0 Men's 2ants $2.45,. worth $3.50. . Boys' Suits and extra Pants $1.79, worth $3.00. " And fiundreds of other, great inducements. , ' J0HNS0M' SON, 6V Church Street. j. HOWE & STETSON. OUR STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS. TT TT " gTETSON 767-771 Chapel Street OPEN EVENINGS. SATURDAY PRICES ON CHRISTflAS GOODS A reduction ot about 25 per cent from: regular prices. CHOICE ALUMINUM COODS Toilet bottles. Extra values at 69c, 89c, 98c. Mirrors 79c, 98c, $1.29, $2.48. Picture Frames 19c, 65c, 79c, 98c and up. Trays and other fancy art icles at equally low prices. METAL GOODS Special line of frames at 25c. Also 38c, 58c and up. WE SEAll PLACE OK SALE IT B L I A large lot of extra heavy Celluloid Handkerchief and Glove Boxes, silk and satin lined. This lot was purchased at a great sacrifice and will be of fered at about half actual value. We do not guarantee them to last the entire day, but are on sale until sold. Choice at 79c each. Actually worth $1.50. SPECIAL IN BOOKS A large lot of Juvenile Books in great variety of popular titles, handsomely colored cov ers, strongly bound and filled with excellent illustrations. Actual value 25c. Saturday only at ' 19c each. : Also a great variety of hand some Christmas goods at spe cially low prices. CONFECTIONERY SPECIAL Rich, hand -made Chocolate Pralines, assorted flavors. Greater value than we have ever offered before. Actually worth 50c a lb. Saturday price 19c a lb. Howe & Stetson, THE PEOPLE'S DRY GOODS STORE. NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL ' BANK, " Nefw Haven, December 5, 1894. THE annual meeting of the stockholders of this bnnk, for the election of directors to serve the ensuing year, will be held at their banking house on Tuesday, January 8, 1895. Polls open from It o'clock a. m. to 12 m. H. O. KEDF1ELD, d8 9td ltwja3 . ashler. OThe Burgess Fur X Hat Co. O .749-751 CfaapalfttrMt, Importers and Makers of f RICHFURS.X Speolal Low Prices for - the Holidays., .' : : ': C , O O capes; gloves, boas, MUFFS, etc.. . . fj OQOOCdOO ments upon - our Rug. Display in E cents. Talk about 1 gifts I - Did . v