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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY, DECEMBER "31, 189.
8 Hijuvual and ourtcv. NEW HAVEN, CONN. Tbbki Mokthj, $1.60; Ons Moxth, 60 ciKTt; Osm Wis, 15 cbntd Bimoli Copies, 3 ctxt. Monday, December 31, 18U-. WKATHKtt KKCOKD. Aonirri-TrBAi. Ii partmknt. OKKICK Or THK t'HIKr Or thk Wkathkr llrnr.AC, Wamiinoton. !).(.'.. Di-o.90. IU4, 6 p.m. Forwsst for Monday For Miuttutchusetts. Khodo Island und Connect) lout: Threatening weather; northerly winds, booming variable, A . H- AHFER II t: II BS TS 10-DAY. Cloak fele-Wm. Frank Jt Co. Ur.Kuiiui'tly'ii ravomu lti'imly-At Druggist's dully 1 liiil Mulli-y. Nc ly & Co. Estaio Martha Cuuuiuua Probate Notloe. V.iiUi'Uiiiiiiii iii tirtiiKi I'mra House. lOnli'i'tainiuiMit Full's Wonderland. For Uimt-Storo C'lian. Wilson & CO. FihiI Warmers Llntley, Hoot iCo. For Sale Proprrty Invi mmi'iit. i.nuiil(hnin.iiiu l-.iiiiM.rium r'.Jl.IIrown A Co, CiloTc-Lluley, Hoot 4 Co. Oraiid Clearance 8ale-Ilowre 4 Stetson. KroM!ne Llnsloy, Boot & Co. Money vs. Goods Ewon Mclntyre Co. Koch. Mer Beer K. K. Hall Hon. Slelirb Hells- Unalry, Root St Co. fcuow Shovels Uiislcy, Hoot & On. Stoddard Lecture Hyperion Theater, fclelifhsand 81 el it fnir J. L. Noaldt. Wall Paper Wolootl & Parrett Co. Wmiied Situation "Accurate, " Box H. wanted Woodworker H. J. Miller. Wauled Boy Greene & Chestnut Streets. Cocal Woatlier IteporU fOH DECEMBKIl 80, ISM. 8 ft A.M. P.M. Tiaroroetor 80.14 80.12 Temperature....,.., 15 -I Pel. Humidity h M Wind Direction NW W Wind Velocity 6 Weather Pt. Cloudy Clear Mean temperature. 18. Max. temperature. 2H. Win. temperature. 8. Precipitation. 0 inches. Max. velocity of wind. 18 NW. Accumulated excess ol temperature since January 1, 443 degrees: or an average daily excess ol 1.3 degrees. Total dn'ieiency of precipitation sinoe Jan uary L 12.82 inches. U. Q. MYEU3. Observer. Note. A minus sign 1 prellxed to ther mometer readings iudloates temperature be low zero. A "X" in connection with rainfall indicates f trace of rainfall too small to measure. Snow is melted and resulting depth of water not known. hOI A t. XE (I S. Brief Mention. Buy a new house R. E. Baldwin. Pease has the Century for January. It Is a couple of days ahead of time, but welcome just the same. Manure specially composted for top dressing; lawns. Connecticut Concrete company, 49 Church street. Herman Trlsch and wife of this city Will leave for Florida Wednesday on account of Mr. Trisch's ill health. The reception and open house of the T. M. C. A. of Fair Haven will be held on Wednesday instead of on New Year's day. While skating at Lake Whitney yes terday a young man broke through the ice. By prompt efforts he was rescued, apparently little the worse for his Icy cold bath. Mrs. W. H. Moseley of this city is in Norfolk. Conn., for a week or so and has opened her fine residence, Airly Bea con, on Laurel Way, where she will en tertain a number of her friends during the remained of the holiday season. About twenty-five boys and men were in line at the Hyperion last night waiting for tickets for the Stoddard lectures. The first boy Is holding the place for Charles MacGilvray, and the second Is employed by D. J. Garvey. Telegrams from Florida announce the ruin of the orange crop in most parts of that state.owing to the extreme coid snap there of late. At Rockledge, In dlan river, where a number of New Ha- veners have orange groves, the mercury did not reach freezing, and the big orange crop there is safe. At Fort Worth the mercury registered 40 de grees, Key West only 4 degrees above that point. The banana crop is greatly damaged. Ashbel Storrs, aged seventy-three, died suddenly of heart disease at his home in Seymour Saturday morning. Mr. Storrs was anoted builder, especial ly of heavy work. He had held many town offices, and was one of the oldest members of the Morning Star lodge, F. and A. M., and had taken the thirty second degree. He belonged to New Haven commandery, Knights Templar, and the Red Men. Mr. Storrs was In New Haven the day of his death. Captain John Crossley of New Ha ven, whose schooner, the Edward F. Mansfield, was cut in two and eank of Cape Cod last June, arrived at Bridge port Sunday afternoon. He recently purchased, with a New Haven man, the three-masted schooner Alice B. Phillips. The schooner Jennie E. Right er, of which his brother, Fred Crossley, is captain, left Friday for Norfolk to re load with coal for New Haven. The Captains Crossley are sons of the fa mous Madison, Conn., shipbuilders, who diea about three years ago. The firm of J. Johnson & Son, the well known clothiers on Church street, jreport a very successful year for 1894," despite the all prevailing business depression of the year. The firm has well won Its way to popularity and a largie business by . its Integrity and Bound business methods and by its adherence to sound doctrine that of giving each buyer his moneys worth of a good article, strictly as repre sented; and with a big stock to select from. They enter upon the year 1895 iwith plans tor stlH further winning popular favors.' ' Boys' ulster X62 and 12.00. Oak Ball. 1XFAMT HMD t OM DEBT. 4 Mother Complaint to the Polio That Oho Galium uot Hor tblld. Early lost evening a neat Irish wo man entered police headquarters and told Sergeant Crocker a pitiful tale of her Inability to secure her child, and asked the police to help her In curing Its possession. She told the sergeant that some time ago she married an Ital ian, who, after the birth of their child, diverted them and went back to Italy, leaving them penniless. After the desertion the woman went to live out at service and put her child to board at a house on Sliver street kept by an Italian woman. Several days ago the mother of the child se cured another situation, where, she could take her child with her. She ac cordlngly went to the Italian boarding house on Silver street and wanted to get lier baby. The woman, however, refused to give up the child, claiming that $8 was due for board and that she could not have the child until that amount was paid. The woman was unable to pay the sum all at once, but agreed to pay her as fast as possible. This was not ac ceptable to the Italian woman, and she refused to give up the child. The mother appealed to the police, but they were unable to assist her In her trou ble. OUT OX THE AVEXUE. Many Mew Haveners Ara Enjoying the Sleighing Owing to the pleasant though cold weather of Saturday afternoon, and as sleighing usually does not last long In this city, there was a large crowd at tracted to Whalley avenue to see some of New Haven's fast horses speed on the avenue. The crowd of onlookers were somewhat disappointed when they found that there could be no speeding below Orchard street. Among the well known owners of good horses who were enjoying the sleighing were: Charles Bigelow of Healy & Bigelow, Ewen Mc Intyre, William Neeiy, Samuel W.Lang don, Joseph McDonald, James G. Eng lish. Charles E. Cvuttenden, David Cow ell and many others. J. L. Nesbit, the Temple street livery stable owner, had out his fine stepper Jim, a horse of ex cellent action and gait and very prom ising. It goes in the 30'a, LOCAL NEWS JOTTIXjOS. The democratic state central1 commit tee is to meet in the Hotel Heublein, Hartford, Wednesday, January 2, at 2 p. m., for the purpose of electing a chairman of the committee. The pres ent chairman is Clinton B. Davis of Higganum. He has been chairman for several terms and there is talk of a change. On January 1 F. H. Soule will be come general car inspector of the Con solidated road with headquarters at the office building In this city. Mr. Soule has been for several years connected with the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern railroad and Is considered an efficient railroad man. A Slight Fire Yesterday. ' - About 3 o'clock yesterday ' afternoon a slight fire occurred in the second sto ry of the house 316 Crown street, occu pied by Sarah H. Hinman. The fire was caused by starting a Are in an open fireplace. A still alarm was sent to No. 3's engine house and the blaze was extinguished with practically no damage. AT ST. PAUL'S YESTERDAY. Large Congregation In the Morning Christ mas Carols Sung by the School in the Afternoon. ., A large congregation attended St. Paul's church yesterday morning. A fine musical program was rendered by the choir, and the soloists, Mrs. Nora Russell-Haesche and Dr. Griggs, under the able direction of Prof. F. A. Fowler. The anthem, "Behold, I Bring Tou Good Tidings," was admirably doe, Dr. Griggs singing the solos very fine ly. The offering was for the missionary and benevolent society of the church In the afternoon at 3:15 the regular evening prayer was said, and the Christmas carols were sung by the Sun day school scholars. The carols were sung well by the scholars, Mr. George Stock -leading the singing. On Tuesday, the festival of the circumcision, New Year's day, there will be morning pray er and a celebration in the holy commu nion at 10 o'clock. Friday night the lectures will be cen tinued in the parish house. . A Lonely Prisoner. But one prisoner in the lockup at headquarters at 11:30 last nierht anrl none at Grand avenue precinct speaks well for the city's order yesterday. Sl.000 Reward For anyone found guilty of selling clothing cheaper than Oak Hall, 51 Church street. Children's clothing at cost. Oak Hall. The "Bottles thrown in when you buy Rochester Bierl 71.0021; Of course, bottles aren't worth much; still, you are generally called upon to settle for them if lost or misplaced or if you are not careful to see to it that tneyre sent Back. Not So with ROCHESTER. Your dollar pays for the dozen and includes the bottles." One transaction lj , Think this ever twice. Edw.E.HalltSon 170 Chapel Street. New Haven, Monday, December 81, 1804. The weather to-dayLikely to be stormy. Tii.p.rnoNE Nu.ilM, OPEN THE YEAR With a new Ledger, Blank Book, Pass Book, Order Book, Di ary, etc. Turn a new leaf, but let it be the best and the cheapest you can find. Monday will begin a big sale of all kinds of book-keeping books. Might have called it a "Stationery Sale," but that doesn't mean enough. Besides books there will be Envelopes, Writing Paper, Tablets, Lead Pencils, Inks, Steel Pens, Mucilage, etc. Maybe you've been paying too much for such things. Consult the following price regu lator and see. The Sale will mark the opening of a new department in this line of merchari dise. Sold from Bargain Table, No. i. Memorandum Books, in dexed, smooth sheep bound, 96 leaves, 18 cents. Composition Books, crown quarto, colored pasteboard covers, half cloth bound, 6 cents. Same larger size, Sc. Grocers' and' Butchers' Pass Books, 13c a' dozen. Pressed board covers, 18 leaves, good paper, 6c. a dozen. Receipt Books' 9 cents. White Pencil Pads 1 cent. Linen Writing Tablets, oc tavo and commercial, ruled and plain, 5 cents each. Waverly Commercial Note Paper, 8c. a package of 120 sheets. Empress Linen Note Paper, octavo and commer cial, 19c. a lb. package. Empress Linen Envel opes, commercial and octavo size, 8c. a package of 25. Twenty thousand Envelopes, 25c. a box of 250. Eagle Lead Pencils with rubber tips, 5 cents a dozen. Steel Writing Pens 12 diff erent styles, 5 cents a dozen. Caw's Inks. Black Fluid, 3 cents a lA oz. bottle. 6 cents a three oz,. bottle. 19 cents a pint bottle. 35 cents a quart bottle. Fountain Ink, 3 cents a oz. bot- tie. 6 cents a 3 oz. bottle. With Fil ler, 10 cents a 1 oz. bottle. 16 cents a 3 oz. bottle. Counting House Ink, 16 cents a A pint bottle. 5 cents a pint bottle. 48 cents a quart bottle. Carmine Ink, 7 cents an oz. bottle. Carter's Inks. Columbian Black Letter, 2 cents a 2 oz. bottle. Writ ing Fluid, 5 cents . a 5 oz. bottle. 15 cents a Vt pint bottle. Carter's Combined, 25 cents a V pint bottle. 42 cents a pint bottle. 69 cents a quart bottle. Mucilage, 3 cents a 2 oz. bottle. American Diaries for 1895, 10 cents and up. J 10c Pound. 300 bas. Catawba Grapes, I5c iXXXX Florida Oranges 25c dozen.! 1,100 lbs Broken Candy, 9o lb. R. W. MILLS . Q8Q St Ate Street. NEW HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, Naw H.vmi. DMlamher PL UH. THE annual meeting of the stockholders ot this bank, for the election of director to serve the ensuing year, will be lurid at their banking house on Tuesday, January 8, 1896. Foils open from 11 o'clock a. gf. to u m. dtNtdltwJaa j Cashier, i Journal, Day Book,' Petty Day Books and Ledgers, linen duck, leather corners, 150 page books, 21 cents. 300 page books, 38 cents. Long Crown Quarto, half bound Day Books. 200 page book . 19 300 " , " .26 400 " -j- " .34 Ledgers, Crown size, three quarter bound, American Russia, Arden index, 200 pages, 71 ' cents. Same style Record Books, j JgP gce.1tsu jourkALS, jg :; ; " : Day Books, Long Quarto Cap, linen duck, leather cor ners, 150 page, . 19 cents. 200' page, 24 cents. 300 page, 34 cents. Journals and Ledgers, cap, full duck, Russia ends and band, 250 page $1.05, 300 " 1. 10 400 " 1.23 Journals and Ledgers, cap, full bound, smooth sheep, Russia corners, 250 page, 82 cents. 350 page, 98 cents, 500 page, $1.23. ! Journals and Ledgers, cap, full bound duck, leather comers, 250 page, 70 cents. 300 page, 77 cents, 350 page, 85 , cents. Journals and Ledgers, Crown, 'full . bound, smooth sheep, Russia corners, 300 page, $1.88. . 400 page, $2.10. , 500 page, 52.33. Journals and Ledgers, cap, duck and leather corners, 200 page, 30 cents. 250 page, 35 cents, 300 page, 42 cents. Ledgers, Day Books and Records, American Russia bound, leather cor ner, 200 page, 57 cents. 250 page, 65 cents. 300 page, 75 cents. Order Books, good quality paper, 84 leaves board ! cov ers, size 5 x 11 inches, 8 cents. 5 x 124 inches, 10 cents. ' j Order Books, linen duck covers,-144 leaves, size 4 x 9 inches, 12 cents. Memorandum Books, yel low cloth bound, 96 leaves, 5 cents. Memorandum Books, smooth, sheep bound, 50 leaves, 7 cents. Larger size, 10 cents. Same in 96 leaves 16 cents. CELLING OUT 75 Cents on the Dollar. We offer our entire stock of Diamonds, Watches, Jewel--: ry, Clocks, Silverware, etc.. v . selected for Christmas girts, suitable for everyone, at 1i . v 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 i much goods as one dollar - . will elsewhere. Do not fall to call at j , SILVER-THAU'S , JeWelry Store, v 790 Chapel street, the Diamond Experts, - t Select your Christmas now" i and save money.. , $ WANTED, : A GENTS make J6 Daily- Marvelous lnven J. .tlonj Retails 2 cents; 2 to Md in a house; sample mailed Free, FoBSHn & Mo iUKiir. Cincinnati. O. . njwed&a Hamburg Embroideries The first importation of them is getting ready as rapidly - as possible. Set your tastes for great devel opements in new cut out and open work edges. Get ex pectations never so high and then realize more than you expect Due notice will be given when everything is ready. Fur Capes Beginning Monday, the old price on new Electric Seal Capes ($25.00) scratched out and the figures $15.00 sub stituted. 50 Misses Gretch ens rfriced $8.00 to $12.00 yield to the $5.75 order and sell at that. The $10.00 Jackets will stay at $5.00 until there are no more to sell. Furs Jackets, Waists. Underwear Pretty good when price goes down with the mercury. Isn't it? ' Children's Union Suits down from $169 to $1.00. Jersey Vests and Pants down from 60 to 39 cents. Natural wool Vests and Panta down from TO to SO cents. Ladies' Swiss Wool Vests down from $1.95 to 89 cents. From $1.00 to 09 cents. From "6 to St cenjs. Ypsllanti Union Suits reduced 90 percent in price. The $1.95 half wool Union Suit reduced to 89 cents. Hosiery and Underwear Counter. Evening Dress The winning novelty is the new Electric Dotted Swiss in pink, blue, heliotrope and green, at 45c. a yard. Also new colors in Etamines at 25c. a yard. Sold in the White Goods section. Linen Court. , In the Muslin Underwear Department you can buy Moreen Skirts, deep ruffles, velveteen facing at, $2.98. l The Book Store : ' Loiter around the Book counters and you'll see the reason jwhy we sold; as many books to big people as we did to children ; during the past month. For instance Dickens' Works, 79 cts. a volume. Thnck ery's, 79 cents, Lytton's 79 cents, Waverly Novels, 69 cents, (jcoper's Works 69 cents. We sell " The Dolly Dia logues " by the author of " The Prince of Zenda," for 38 cents. You'll find other discoveries just as startling. The Doll Show The Prize Doll Show is fixed for Mon day, January 14, to continue one week. Class A. Best dressed dolls draw the following prizes : First prize, $25.00 Second $15.00. Third, $10.00. Fourth, $5.00. Five white ribbons of honorable mention to dolls next in rank.' Class B. Prize of $10.00 to the doll in best character or masquerade costume. Second prize $5.60. 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. 1 Bestdremd conetitute ttyle, workmaruhip and completenttt of general detail. .Beginning Jan. 7th forone week, Prof. Schurr the Nat uralist will exhibit -50,000 specimens of bird9, animals, insects, etc. ,in the Carpet Hall, second floor. Prof. Schurr has traveled the world over and if testimonials are worth anything, the ex hibition will be something very rare in the sphere of pleasure and education. XMAS SUGGESTIONS! 'Suitcases, Umbrellas, ' . - 1 Bags, Gloves. FURS.. Rugs, r'? ' ,x ' Scarfs, Capes,' .'.)' Robes. : BlOOKS iCO," Chapel, cor. State st HOWE & Oor-HMii BEGINS To-day--Monday--at 8 a. m. This Sale Means an Offering of Desirable Merchandise at Very Low Prices, Ana You Cannot. Afford to Overlook It. DRESS GOODS. We offer our Entire Stock of Worsted Dress Goods at Fearfully Low Prloes, to enable us to be ready for the new tariff rates. The bulk of our stook of Colored Goods In 8 lots at the following prices, regardless of cost : LOT 1 About 3,000 yards 80 inch Fanoy Mixtures, - etc. llegular 25o value, i 17c a yard. LOT 2 About 6,000 yards 88 and 40 Inch All Wool Suitings, in a grand va riety of styles ajjd colorings. Regular 89o goods, 27o a yard. LOT 8 About 1,000 yards 80 inch All Wool Serges, Diagonals, Fancies, Plaids, etc. Regular 60 and 59c goods, 87o a yard, LOT 4- About 2,700 yards 42 and 45 inch All Wool Serges, Cords and some Novelty Suitings, all desirable shades. Regular prices 65o and 75c, 47o a yard. LOT 5 About 3,200 yards Plaiu and Jacquard Suitings, Vigoreaux, 40 and 45 inches, excellent shades, etc. Regu lar 75 and 85o goods, . . 57o a yard.' LOT 6 About 1,800 yards Stephano Cords, Checked Suitings, Serges, Scotch Plaids, Homespuns, et". Regular 85c and $1.00 goods, 67c a yard. LOT 7 About 1,200 yards Silk and Wool Novelties, line French Serges, line Vigoreaux-and fine Imported Nov elties. Regular $1.00 and $1.10 goods, 77o a yard. A LOT 8 About 1,000 yards fine Im ported Novelties in a grand assortment of styles and colorings. Regular $1.25 goods, 87o a yard. Also 20 per cent.- discount on all Cra- vpnettes and Broadcloths. We shall place on sale one lot (19 pieces) 36 inch Novelty Wool Suitings in entirely new styles at 12o a yard. SILKS. We have made sweeping reductions iu this department, affording far greater opportunities than usual to purchase fine Silks at exceedingly low prices. We offer 1,000 yards of 22 inch im ported Changeable Taffetas in a great variety of colorings, reduced from 75o to -. . 49c a yard. 25 pieces 21 In. finest quality imported Taffeta Checks. . Reduced from 97c to ( 79o a yard. 12 pieces 22 inch Granite Silks, a beautiful fabric and very choice color ings.. Reduced from $1.15 to $1.00 a yard, And 30 pieces of 23 inch Black Taf fetas wit h line satin stripes of all shades. Regular price $1.00. We offer these for a short time only at the ridiculous price v 79o a yard. 100 pieces 20-21 inch Fancy Taffetas, worth $1.00, : 'BOoayard. BLACK SILKS. Too many bargains to enumerate, but. would advise you to see for yourself. A few of them : 6 pieces 20 inch all silk Gros Grain re duced from 75o to c . 55o a yard. 2 pieces 21 inch extra fine quality Gros Grain, every yard warranted, re duced from $1.25 to- $1.00 a yard. Two dress lengths only, 22 inoh Blaok Gros Grain, warranted, reduced from $1.76 to $1.25 a yard. 9 pieces 20 inch Black Duchess, re duced from $1.25 to ; $1.00 a yard. 4 pieces 21 and 28 inch Black Duch ess makes t Haskell & Sevarzenbach, Hubef ft Co., reduced from $1.60 to 1 v . .- -..;., v :-' $1.25 a yard. VELVETS. 15 pieces Silk Velvets, shades, reduced from 75c to al street 49c. - HOWE & STETSON, 767-to 771; Chapel Street. STETSON. Clearance Sale EMBROIDERIES. We shall plaoe on snle Monday the Largest and Choicest line and the best values in Embroideries that we have ever ahown. 4cayard. For a large lot of Narrow Embroideries iu entirely new styles. Our prices range as follows on finer goods: , 5c, 7o, Do, 10c, 12c, 15o, 19o, 23c, 25o, 29o up to $3.25 a yard. SPECIAL. 48 Inoh Hemstitched Flouncing, with beautiful Frou-Frou Embroidery. Would be cheap at $1.00. 75o a yard. LACES. We bought a lot of Fine Blaok Bour don Laces, in a line of beautiful styles. Width 4'to 10 inches. We offer them at prices ranging from 19o to 89o a yard. About half prioe. TORCHON LACES. A new line at Exceedingly Low prices. , 5c a-ard (or the best values in Tor chons we have ever exhibited. See them for yourself. POINT VENISE COLLARETTES, v We bought a lotvof Manufacturer's Samples at half Price and have lust placed them on sale. . 79c to $2.75 each, LINENS And Housekeeping Goods. 50 doz. Hemstitched Bleached Huck Towels. A magnificent value at s 12o each. A Hemstiched Huok never before sold at this prioe. . ' 1 case White Crochet Quilts, exoellent line of patterns and great value. 49o each. Best qualit y Turkey Red Table Cloths, all hemmed, ready for use, excellent line of patterns, warranted fast colors; regular price by the yard, 50o. - We offer 2 yards long at ,80o each. We offer 1 1-2 yards long at $1 each. Bleached and Brown All Linen Crash, 18 inches wide, wonderful value. lOo a yard. BLACK DRESS GOODS. Everything marked down We in vite comparison. In fact we urge it. 12 pieces 38-Inch All Wool Fanoies, Reduoed from 75o to 59o a yard. 10 p.eoes" 38-inch All Wool Fancies. Reduced from 85o to 69o a yard. 15 pieoes 38-inch All Wool Fancies. Reduced from $L00 to 79o a yard. 10 pieodfc 8,8-int)h All Wool Fanoies. Reduoed from $1.25 to 98c a yard. 1 piece 45-inoh All Wool Henrietta, Reduoed from $1.25 to 98o a yard, i 2 pieces 40-inch All Wool Oxfords, Reduced from $1.25 to 79o a yard, 5 pieces 40-inoh Best quality Surah Serge. Reduoed from $L00 to 79o a yard. - . ' i . , Priestley's and Eeroyd's Silk Warp Henriettas. $1.00 quality reduoed to , 85o a yard, $1.25 quality reduced to 98o a yard. $1.50 quality reduced to $1.25 a yard. J - y ; i -i': I,.