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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY, DECEMBER 2i, 1894.
Journal and (touvitv MCW HAVEN, CONS. Thrch Moktiu, 11.60! Ox Mouth, cbkws Ou Win, 15 cim Bwm Cones, 8 crxT. Monday, Utceiubgr 3, MOT AUmHTIMKMKMTH TO-DAY, Ttonrts-Kimberly. Hoot Day. , lunk Stau-rawil-SiitlonsJ Td Bwl Sunk buiWiunii-Nul. Nrw Haven Bank. tabim-ta-MuwUloh J'ru"ld-n Co. Iinllv t list tomlry. Nwlv Co. Down Go Priowi-Howe Metaua. lr KfiinnlyVtrtViiriie Mtwiody-At Druif Ist Kiiim uuiimwii-Uiund iwr lioiiM. KiitMialniiiMit-Pn I 'a Wondif Ian d. laney Fumtture-lkiwdlu-b It 1'ruddao Co. i ramlhliiMipina Kninorwrar.M. Brown 09. IloMd .y Gods-R. Molnlyra Co. Holiday Goodn-Wui: Frank Co. lis Day Cnaa. Monson Co, Jioiici Jam H. Peck. On TW-BiwdlU'h A Prudden Co. One Wm-k Mora-Brown Durham. Noddard Lootur-Hypcrion TbosMr. rml-Annual Meoltn-H. D. Wnlta. vntd Me i Q''nait Avenue. WmitM-Mttiailon Bnuineor. anli-d hiluaiiou-ll-n Cbupol Street. Wauted-Property-S. O. Voaler. WKA1UKK BKCOKD. AORIOCUTORAI. DrpAKTwlWT, OrncE or the CRixr Or TBE WlATHEB BCllEAO, WAnniNOTOM. D. C. Deo. 23. IBM, 8 p. m. Forecast for Monday For Maanaebuactta, Tlhudo Island and Connecticut: Fair, north cast winds. Loaal H aatbar Report. roH ssomniit 28, UM. S R A.M. Ml. Barometer 3 KW4 Tetnperahifs K Bel. flumldlty Wind Direction " Wind Velocity 8 Weather.... Clear Clear Mean temperature. Si. Max. temperature. -8. Mln. temperature. 20. Precipitation..!) rnmes. Max. velocity or wind. U N. Accumulated eiceas or temperature since January 1. 603 deirroee: or un average dally exenm of 1.4 degrees. .... Total ilp'liionoy of precipitation since Jan nary 1, 12 55 intues. U. 0. MYERS. Observer. Note. A minus sign ) prefixed to ther mometer rea llngs lndloatea temperature be low zero, A"X"lnoonneetlon with rainfall lndloatea ( traoe of rainfall too small to measure. Snow Is melted and resulting depth of water not known. LOCAL XEWS. Brief Mentioai. Keys fitted; No. 5 Church street. Buy a new house R. E. Baldwin. High water to-day at 8 50 a, in. and 9:80 p. in. Peck Bros. & Co.'s factory shuts down the first three days of this week. AH the merohants bad a big trade on Saturday night. The stores were crowded. Mr. Alphonso Dimon and wife of Bridgeport are In the oity to spend the holidays with friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lockwood of this city will spend Christmas at their for mer home in East Norwalk. Manure specially composted for top dressing lawns. Connecticut Concrete company, 49 Church street. The clook shop closed on Saturday for a two weeks' vacation. On resum ing the works will run eight hours a day instead of nine. You can settle that Christmas present at Kirby's jewelry store. He has the goods, and, despite the rush at his tore, can solve the problem of what to buy. Mrs. Cornelia M. Clegg died Saturday In New York city. The deceased lady was the widow of the late Arthur W. Clegg, formerly of Galveston, Texas. .The funeral will occur to-morrow morning-Michael Shea of North, Spring street, Ansonla, submitted to an operation at the New Haven hospital Thursday for the removal of a oancer from his lip. He is improving and will return home in a few days. Father Sheffrey council No. 418 and Champlain oouncil No. 428 of the Cath olic Benevolent legion hold a sociable next Friday and Saturday evenings in Turn hall. Arpln's orchestra will1 fur nish music. The proceeds will go to Charitable purposes. M. Bind of Pennsylvania, who is vis iting at 509 Chapel street, while horse back riding last night about 11 o'clock was thrown from his horse at the cor ner of Court and Orange streets and badly shaken up. He was taken home in a hack. The horse dashed down Court street, but was subsequently captured. A Pleasant Trip. Mr. Thomas Dowden, for a number Of years connected with the various newspapers of this city and Hartford, iwho has been spending the last six weeks In the Bermuda Islands, returned to this city yesterday. He is looking healthy after his sojourn there and will be welcomed back by his many friends. Several Persona Shot. Augusta, Ga., Dec. 23. In attempting to arrest a negro murderer named Jake Williams, who killed a man near Aiken, S. C, last night and was . In hiding at his sister's home in this city. Policeman Joe Murray was probably fatally wounded;-Tom. Stringer was shot in the leg, and John Davis, a by stander, was shot near the heart and died in half an hour. The negro is in Jail.-' v - Naval Veterans. ' The annual election of officers of the Gideon Wells Naval Veteran associa tion of Connecticut will be held next Friday evening in the Boardman build ing, and the Installation win take place January 11 at 8 p. m. at the same place. The Installation will be followed by. no Uvuonsj minis and tv panaueb MLISIIMI or TUB BULLS, Aa Impressive laieusiny at it. Fraaola Church Va.terday. Tha lmpresslvt ceremony of blessing ths new bells of St Francis1 Catholic church was performed yesterday In the presence of a congregation that crowded tht largo church. Bishop Tlerney fc m present and was dressed in his full episcopal robes including cop of white ilk finely embroidered, mitre and cro sier. The ceremonies were begun T the delivery o a sermon bearing on the ceremony about to be performed, by John Corcoran of St. Francli orphan asylum. At the service of blessing- the bells, which followed, the bishop was assisted by Rev. Father McKeon of the Sacred Heart church and Rev. Fa ther Cartler of the St. Louis church. The post of honor, that of erosi bearer, was occupied by Rev. Father McQowan, formerly of Montvllle, now assistant at St, Patrick's in this city. The bells are In the towner but are not yet hoisted In position. The bishop ascended to the bells and washed them out side and in with the water .that had previously been blessed, and also anointed them with holy oils. Incense was also burned un der each bell. The priests then re turned to the church and to the altar and the services were concluded with the benediction by the bishop. It was a very Impressive ceremony, and was listened to with close attention by the large congregation. Bishop Tlerney was also present at the three masses yesterday and addressed the congregations. At the masses col lections were taken for one bell. The second bell was presented by Father Mulholland and the third one by two members of the parish. They are the nucleus of chime bells. The new belle were rung yesterday. They have very clear tones. They cost about $1,500. Will be Embalmed. London, Dec. 23. Mrs. William Wal dorf Astor's body will be embalmed and taken to New York. Dying From Hemorrhages. Scranton, Dec. 23. Thomas Cahill, captain and manager of the Scranton nlne.ls dying from hemorrhages brought on by over-exertion in a football game. The Harnirarli. The Harugarl and Arlon Singing so cieties have arranged to entertain the children of the members with . Christ mas tree In their halls on Tuesday ev ening. Gifts will be distributed. List Rettuced to Six. San Francisco, Dec. 23. The schooner Mary and Ida, sixteen days out from Shoal Water Bay and which many were inclined to give up as lost, came into port last evening. The list of overdue sailing vessels la now reduced to six, and their owners are feeling easier as to their fate. The steamer City of Puebla came into port yesterday from the north. She saw no signs of the mtesfrg coalers Montserrat and Kewee naw. Oft Point Arena she spoke the steamer Mackinaw. The Mackinaw had sighted nothing, though she had kept a sharp lookout. Absolutely Puree A cream of tartar baking Dowd er. Hi o-h mat. of all in leavening strength, Latest United States Government Food Report. Hoyal Baking rowder jo 106 Wall St.. N. Y. NATIVE POULTRY. CHOICE Beef, Lamb and Veal. ALL KINDS OF GAME IN THEIR SEASONS. BEST VEGETABLES. Boston Head Lettuce-very fine, Telephone oall, 574-3. JACOB F. SCHEIFFELE, 409 STATE STREET. ' XMAS SUGGESTIONS 1 Suit Cases, Umbrellas, Bags, Gloves.: FUES. Rugs,' Scarfs, Capes, Robes. BROOKS k CO, Chapel, cor. State st. flip POWDER XLKOTio.v or orricwta. Annual Heating Taatarday of tha It. Aloy. Ins T. A. B. Hoeloty. ' The member) of the St. Atoyalua T. A B. society turned out in full numbers yesterday afternoon, in occasion of the annual meeting. Ths prlnolpal interest centered about the election of officers, which resulted as follows: President, James F. Brennan; vies president, Thomas F. Meagher; recording sec ro tary, John Mella; financial secretary, James Ouncheon; treasurer, John H. Flanagan; marshal, Stephen V. Rey nolds; sergeant-at-armt, Martin Dunn; members of the board of trustees, W. P. Shanley and Joseph J. Rellly. The society decided to hold a fair at Banquet hall for one week, commenc ing January 29. John H. Cummlnge and Patrick K. Bowlan were appointed to assist the Bt. Agnes society, composed of ladles, in arranging the entertainment to be giv en by them January 22. Children Smothered to Death. Toledo, Dec. 23. Charles Clarke and wife went out last night to do their Christmas shopping, leaving their two children, aged four and six, in bed. A Are broke out and the children were smothered to death by the smoke. Kvana For Governor. Nashville, Tenn., Dec 2J. The spe cial committee which has been going over the tally sheets, poll llBts, etc., on Me In the secretary of state's office has figured It out that Evans, the repub lican candidate for governor, wins by 645 votes. The democratic board guve him 748. Charges Are Dismissed. 'Albany, Deo. 28. Governor Flower has dismissed the charges of miscon duct preferred against Assistant Dis trict Attorney Kelly of Rensselaer county. The commissioner who took the testimony in the case reported' that the charges were not sustained. If the Baby Is Cutting Teeth, Be sure and use that old and well-tried remedy, Mrs. Wumlow's Soothing ISyrup for children teethlng.lt soothes tli cnild,soften8 the trums, al lays all naln, cures wind colic and is the best remedy for diarrhoea, iftcontsa bottle, sli m 'f f and w Now For New Tears. The most appropriate for the New Year is a fine photo, such as can only be obtained at Beers', 760 Chapel street. The only electric light apparatus; day or evening. d22 2t 1.O0. On Saturday and Monday preceding Christmas a collection of European novelties, ranging in price and regular value from $2.00 to $5.00, will be placed upon a table and offered at the uniform price of $1.00 each. 3.0O. Another -table, including articles of regular value from $5.00 to $10.00, at the uniform price of $3.00 each. 85.00. A collection comprising articles In value ranging from $7.00 to $20.00 each, at the uniform price of $5.00 each. Our line of gifts is still large and comprehensive, and embraces many useful, ornamental and lasting pres ents. 122 2t THE GEORGE H. FORD CO. 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 do lar, 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 goods as one dollar will elsewhere. So not fail to call at SILVERTHAU'S Jewelry Store, 700 Chapel street, the Diamond Experts, Select your Christmas now and save money, PFAFF & SON. MUSHROOMS, HOT HOUSE TOMATOES, HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS. CAPONS, CAPONS. Muscory DUCS Muscovy 7 and 9 Church st. 152 Portsea st. Holiday Groceries Specialties in . Foreign Cheese, Fruits Glaees,i , Condiments ; Cordials, Marrons . .Glacei. i Gadbury's Chocolates, . prepared in England, will keep fresh for months. Vanilla Chocolate Creams, - tn i-lo. yooxes, 6c; in -tb. boxes i l,. 410 00 will buy here a ijuart of Imported v rench Champagne. Ask for " Dry Royal."-. - . , -Jl 770 Chapel Street. ; New Haven, Monday, December 24, 1804. The weather to-day Likely to be fair. TELEPHONE No. 108. - Up o the house top click I click I did t Down tht chimney came old Saint Nick What suspense the -little ones are in! Only one more day to wait, dear hearts and then, 5h ! then! Now Parents an everybody, the latter half of Monday wiip. to io-o'clock at night, 1 will witness o'lt'continual inflow and outflow of hurrying, "enthusiastic, eager-to-be-wai ted-on, stream of hfnianity. If ever you needed foshop in the morning, 'twill be Monday;S( THE TOY FAIR Horns, 5 to 49c. Climbing Monkeys, 15c. Patent Hobby Horses, $2.39. Iron Bank, (The Kicker.) 98c. Kitchens, 23c. Banks, $c. Mechanical Kittens, foe. Steamboats, Wood, 19c, Iron 79c. Wagon of .Blocks, 19c. Flat '1 Irons, 5c. -Girls' Sleds, 39c, to $3.49. Tool Chests, 19. Castors, 25c. Tops, 5 to 25c. Bagatelle Boards, 19c. to $2.99. Printing Presses, 98c. Zithers,' 47. Har monicas, 5c. to 49c. Anchor Blocks, 19c. to f 9.98. Upright Engines, 98c. Ferris Wheels, 98c. to $2.19. Drums, 29c to $ 1.79. Trunks, ; 39c. Checker Boards, 10c. to 98c Boys Sleds, 39c. to 151.09. Stoves, Tin 24c. Iron 49c Jack-in-the-box, IOC. R a ilroad , Trains, Tin, loc. Wood, 35c. Iron, 19c. Track and Team, "25c Washing Sets, 19c Fire Engines, Iron 79c Black boards, 19c. Dolls of all sorts, IOC to $14.00. ' Basement. GUT GLASS One of the most attractive spots on the china and glass ware side of the basement islthe.Cut Glass corner by the stairway. "Oh, what hand some pieces," has become a current expression - down there, particularly with the "Waldorf" and "Dor flinger " pieces. A few spec imen prices. Ollre Dishes Water Bottles OU Bottles Sugar Shaken $s.n '1M : im I' .1 Syrup Pitchers Finger Bowls ' Individual Satis and Peppers (each) .79 .10 WATCHES Won't keep Watches any longer, what's left arc selling as follows .1. : a $i7.5"Watches for $13.50 19-5- '" " 15.50 16.50 " 12.50 f 8.50 - " " 6.50 7.50 1 ' 5-5 9. So " " 6.50 I.50 " ." 5-98 11.50 " " ' 7-5' . .5-5 " " 3-5 7-5 " " 3-98 6.5V 3-5 No " pig in the bag ' busi ness about it. We'll tell you truth about every time-piece. Jewelry Counter. HOUSE GOATS : We propose to clear out all 'the ; ! f House Coats by Monday night. The $5.00 and $10.00 " kinds have been marked like this :; v Lot i.-$3.98. Lot 2. $5.00. Lot 3-$6.oo. All wool in best English styles. Light or heavy weights, fancy or plain. If, people buy any faster we can't promise about Loung ing and Bath Robes staying here until 10 o'clock Monday night. ; The drain on Shirts, Collars,;; Cuffs, Neckties, Handkerchiefs. Mufflers, Sus penders, Night Shirts, Socks, etc. i is also very heavy, but thank fortune, we're pretty well stocked. Hen's Furnishings. THE DOLL SHOW ThePriie Poll Show is fixed for Mon Aav Tannarv ia. to continue one week. .Class A Best dressed dolls draw the following prizes : First prize, 25.00 becond $15.00. Third, fiaoo. Fourth, $5.00 Five white ribbons of honorable mention to aons net in rank. i ' CtaM B.; Prize of tto.00 to the doll'in best i character or masquerade costume. Second-prise $5.00. Three white ribbons of honorable mention to dolls next in rank. Blue ribbon souvenirs and a photograph of the entire exhibition will be given to all exhibitors. Entries open Monday, Jan. 7th and close Friday, Jan. nth. . ..v. Best drttted emutUutu (iyte, KorlemantMp and compkttntn general detail. . : . j , FURK1TURE Clean out of Book III r7 1 j 1 sold - v otanas n(r and Reed Rockers tyt there's ' still good choosing with Chif foniers. I Writing 1 Desks, 7t louec Fancy-Chairs,' Solid Oak Rockers, Wall Cabinets, Foot Rests, Blacking Cases, Taborettes, Children s Chairs, Book Cases, Fancy Chairs, etc., etc. I In regard to finding thej best Furniture pieces and- prices, people have "caught on " so to speak. Display eo Beoood Floor. WALLPICTUHES - s Perhaps at no time of the year are more pictures bought than at Christmas,. It beho oves every one to' shun fancy prices and share in finest pictures. French OllaRraphs, W x SB, six or sevra different subject, aix inch white enamel and (old frames, 13.00. Field Etchings, SO x 80, four Inch carved oak frames, $&VH. Imitation Ptls SO X It six inch white and gold frames, il.W. Genuine VmMi, SO x M, matted and Flor entine frames, tm Colored Artotvnes, 80 x 84, six inch whits ' and cold frames, t&l, Your own pictures framed to order at a nominal cost. Framed right. Picture Gallery, South Center, New Store. FANCY ARTICLES Notwithstanding the car. goes which have been bought, on Monday, the last buy ing day be fore Xmas. you will be able to suit yourself perfectly. Day Light Square is still agleam with Toilet Sets, Shaving Sets, Glove Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes, Jewel Cases, Portfolios, Work Boxes, Calendars, Placques, Sweet Grass Indian Baskets of every size. At the Perfumery Counter, Manicure Sets, Hair Brush es, Hat Brushes, Silver Pict ure. Frames, Fancy Bottles, Manicure Sets, Pin Trays, Bon-bon Boxes, Collar and C u ff Boxes, Pocket Book's etc. On the Tem ple St. side," Silverware of every description, Numerous Sterl ing Silver Fancies. 0 SpenccnMatthevvs &Ca OILS, CHEMICALS. 2i I State Street 243 nxwiussrwatjBT. , 1,000 Pools lie! lis, 10c Pound. 300 bas. Catawba Grapes, XXXX Florida Oranges 25s dozen.; 1,100 lbs Broken Candy, 9o lb. R. W. MILLS, 882 State Street. Great Bargain Sale! Cliii IrM In Im " Men's Siiits $5.97, worth $10.00. . fieii'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. . J JOHNSON k . SOU, ; 85 Church Street ' HOWE A 8TET8ON. OUR STOKE OPEN EVERT EVEXIXO FROM NOW UNTIL CnRISTMAi. Howe. TETSON 7C7-771 Chapel Street, DOWN GO THE PRICES ON CHRISTMAS GOODS FEARFUL REDUCTIONS ALL ALONG THEME. DOLLS . Fine Dressed Dolls reduced from .75 to .48 .98 to .75 $1.25 to .89 V 2.25 to $1.75 2.75 to 2.00 And our entire stock ol Christ mas goods at big reductions,' varying from 10 to 15 per cent. Now is the chance to buy,' MEM'S HOUSE COATS What are left at cost. $4.59, $5.39, $5.69 Our surplus stock of Um brellas at greatly reduced prices. All new goods, and we can safely say the prices will amaze you. GREAT REDUCTIONS ON TOILET SPECIALTIES Our 25c Perfumes " 38c " 50c " 98c " " $1.19" 19c 39c 1 371c 73c 98c And all other Toilet Special ties at big reductions. LADIES' GLOVES AND HANDKERCHIEFS Remarkable values in high grade gloves at popular prices. Handkerchiefs at I2ic, 25c & 50c that cannot be equalled. RIBBONS 1,300 yds. all-Silk. Gros Grain, Satin Edge Ribbon, 3 inches wide, all shades , , 8c a yd. Howe & Stetson, THE PEOPLE'S DRY GOODS STORE.. NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, . Now Haven, December 5, 18M. THE annual meeting of the stockholders of this bank, 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 11 o'clock a. m. to 12 m. H. G. HEDF1ELD, d6 9td ltwja-3 .aahler. oooocooo OThe Burgess Fur S Hat CoJO f 740-781 Chapd Stress, At v Importers and Makers of f XRICH FURS.y af Special Low Prices for -the Holidays. O CAPES. GLOVES, BOAS, ; MUFFS, eto. fj oocccooo