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fNEV HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27; 1897.
I'mim Months, 1.60; Onb Month, 60
cents; Onb Wjudk, 15 cents Sinolb
Copies, 8 crow.
Saturday, November 37, 181)7,
Have It bent to Sou.
Th Journal and Courier will b Bent
o any address toy moll at th earn
terms as It la delivered In the city. IS
cents a week; CO cents a month.
ttaw AuriiitiiajSMESTii xo-iAr.
'Application tor License John Caiupnne,
Carriage Hobeu Llnsley & LlgUtbourn.
Christmas JPuralture CuainlwrltUn Co.
Children's Cloak Bulo Mulloy, Neely & Co.
Cloak Department ChaB. Monson Co.
Ceylon Tea Malley, Neely & Co.
Htttate Charles Hudson Probate Notice,
Enemies to Cakes S. H. Street & Co.
ITrost and Fnr B E, Brooks.
For Sale House L. Q. Hoadley. i
Fuel Savers Llnsley & Llghtbourn,
Gold Given Away 17 Center Street. i
Great Saving F. M. Brown & Co.
Holiday Gift-J. H. G. Durant.
Lessons German and Spanish Miss Loplow
Lost Brooch Pin 12 Academy Street.
Monday Special N. H. Public Market
New Tontine Hotel George T. White. M'gr.
Notice Deuioeratlo Primaries J. B. Martin.
Postum At Druggists'.
Pearlo-Dento At Druggists'.
Pnlne's Celery Compound At Druggists,
Roast Duok D. M. Welch & Son.
Eemovnl The Pond Lily Co.
Soft Gloves Llnsley & Llghtbourn.
Special Bargains Schoenberger & Son,
Venetian Work Llnsley & Llghtbourn.
Wanted Girl 1 Sylvan Avenue.
Wanted Situation 7 Nieoll Street.
Wanted Situation 416 Blatehley Avenue,
Wanted Situation 252 Cedar Street.
(Wanted Feeders Munson & Co.
nMA'tUMR ItUCOltJK
AaRIOTTLTCRAt. DEPlaTMKNT,
OPKOH Off TUB CHIEF
Of thb WsATFfEB BaBAo.
WAprrrNOTON. D. 0.. Nov. 28. 1897, 9 p.m.
IWeather forecast for Saturday:
For Connecticut: Rain In the morning,
followed by clearing weather; decidedly
colder, cold wave; the temperature will fall
80 degrees; southwesterly winds, high on
the coast, becoming northwesterly, Sunday,
For eastern New York: Rain, turning into
snow, followed by clearing weather Satur
day; decidedly colder, cold wave; tempera
ture will fall 30 degrees; high southwesterly
(winds, becoming northwesterly.
Signals are displayed on the Atlantic
coast front Eastport to Delaware break'
water. ,
Local Weather Report.
FOB NOVEMBER 24, 1397.
. 7:43 7:10
A.M. P.M.
Barometer
Temperature,...
Rel. Humidity...
Wind Direotion-
80.21
66
87
W
30.03
58
83
SW
35
Cloudy
wind Velooity.,
11
Weather Cloudy
Mean temperature. 50.
Max. temperature. 63.
Win. temperature, 1'J.
Precipitation, .21 Inches.
Max. velooity of wind. 28-S.
Accumulated excess of daily mean tem
perature sinoe January 1. 203 degrees; or an
average dally exoess of .8 degrees.
Total excess In preoipitation sinoe Janu
ary 1, 7.60 inches.
D. G. MYERS. Observer.
Brief Mention.
High water at noon.
Insurance & Loans. Chas.Wilson&Co.
Two family house,$2,600. R.E.Baldwln.
Sure to be suited with fur collarettes
and fur novelties In general both in
style, make, quality and price, at the
Burgess Fur & Hat Co.'e. Splendid
stock to select from.
There will be a game of football at
iYale field this morning between two
elevens composed of boys aged about
fifteen years. Prof. A. W. Wright's son
Is captain of one team and Walter Tot
ten of the other.
An effort is being made to establish
a branch of the French academy of
New York In this city. In order to in
terest New Haveners a free lecture will
be given in one of the local halls one
day next week.
Dr. E. H. Arnold of this city gave
an interesting lecture on physical cult
ure and gymnastic exercises in Rock
ville Thursday evening before local and
visiting turners. A large number of
Bockville's most prominent citizens
were present at the exercises. In the
evening a concert was given by an or
chestra followed by a grand ball.which
was largely attended.
TRIAL OF MARTIN THORN.
State Springs a Surprise by With
holding Mrs. Nack's Confession.
New York, Nov. 26. Lawyers Howe
and Moss, who have diligently con
ducted the defence of Martin Thorn,
accused of killing Guldensuppe, met to
day with a serious and unlooked for
obstacle when District Attorney
lYoungs informed the court that the
people rested their case. It had been
generally expected that Mrs. Nack
would be nut on the stand to reiterate
her confession.
District Attorney Youngs said that
Ihe was not prepared to say whether
Mrs. Nack would be produced or not.
The case, as far as the district attor
ney's point went, was fully proved
without the woman's testimony. Lat
er on, however, one of Mr. Youngs ad
visers said that In case the defence
put Thorn on the stand, the prosecution
would certainly produce Mrs. Nack in
rebuttal.
The evidence adduced to-day by the
prosecution showed a possible inclina
tion on the defendant's part to get rid
of his enemy Guldensuppe. From cur
rent reports Guldensuppe had much the
better of the argument when It came to
fisticuffs and . Thorn confessed later
that he had discharged a revolver acci
dentally, but a few minutes afterwards
told another friend that he shot at
Guldensuppe but missed his mark.
All these things were Drought before
the Jury and when it was about time
to renew the sensational story of Mrs.
Nack, the. defence, after a whispered
conversation. Informed the court that
the people had rested. Thorn was less
surprised than his lawyers whan this
statement was made. Thorn took in
the situation at a glance and bent for
ward in earnest conversation with his
lawyers.
Mr. Howe for the second time during
the trials of his client saw rocks ahead
and appealed to the court for time.
"I shall, with your honor's permis
sion," he said, "try to get through with
my defence on Monday, but if it should
exceed that time I am sure I can get in
all my evidence in a couple of hours on
Monday." Justice Maddox, after a con
ference with both lawyers, decided to
postpone further consideration of the
case until Monday.
Lawyer Moss when pressed for a
statement as to the probable production
of Thorn on the stand, said: "Wait
until you see him there. I cannot tell
you anything just now4 ut M.oadag
Km-JjeaUveteiOass.tt
DEATH OP MARY F. WOODRUFF
OF ORANGE.
Mary F. Woodruff, a resident of
Orange, this state, and known to a
large, circle of friends In this city, died
last evening at the home of Mr. A. H.
Ailing In Derby. Deceased had been
111 but a short time. About two weeks
ago she was operated upon by a New
York surgeon for appendicitis. She
withstood the operation very well and
for the first week showed many signs
of improvement and It was thought she
would fully recover. During the past
week, however, blood poisoning devel
oped, and despite all efforts of the doc
tors she grew steadily worse until last
night, when death ended all.
Deceased was unmarried and leaves
three brothers and one sister: George
E. , of Bayonne, N. J.; F. D., of Orange;
F. H., of Mllford, and Mrs. Everett B.
Clark of Orange.
Funeral arrangements will be an
nounced later.
NOTICE.
Democratic Primaries to be Held To-day.
The Democratic electors of the several
wards of the Town are hereby notified that
primary meetings for the elect.ou of dele
gates and alternates to the Town Conven
tion, and of town committeemen; and in the
Ihirteenth, Fourteenth and Fifteenth wards
of ward committees to nominate Aldermen
and Councllmen, will be held on Saturday,
November 27th, 1897. Polls will be open
from 4 to 8 p. in. The places in the several
wards where primary meetings will be held
are as follows:
First Ward 101 Crown street.
Second Ward 134 Asylum street.
Third Ward 221 Congress avenue.
Fourth Ward 88 Putnam street
Fifth Ward 245 Wooster street.
Sixth Ward 78 Greene street
Seventh Ward 2u8, Wallace street
Eighth Ward 922 State street.
Ninth Ward 64 Foote street.
Tenth Ward 289 iOlni street.
Eleventh Ward 108 Saltonstall avenue.
Twelfth Ward 281 Pine street
Thirteenth Ward -St Joseph's Hall,
Fountain street.
Fourteenth Ward Engine House, Grand
avenue.
Fifteenth Ward 128 Farren avenue.
Per order, JAMES B. MARTIN,
Chairman Democratic Town Committee.
Democratic Town Convention.
The Democratic Town Convention for the
nomination of candidates for Selectmen and
Constables will be held in Room 24. Insur
ance Building, at 8:30 p. m. Saturday, No
vember 27th, 1897. The convention will also
consider a proposition for the amendment
ana revision or tne democratic party rules.
Per order, JAMES B. MARTIN,
Chairman Democratic Town Committee.
Something new in Oriental
Patterns. . You'll be interested '
in seeing them. ' They com
' bine beauty and economy.
"CfettOP." Paper. '
Wall
CHAS. P. THOMPSON, 60 OraneSt:
WE
have no special presents for
baturday this week, but we
have some fine presents ' that
we will give all week (every
day) to all purchasers of one
pound of Tea or Baking
Powder or two pounds of
Lonee.
MOORHEAD'S
Tea, Crockery ani Lamp Store,
363 State Street.
Est. 1876. Telenhnnn iasfl.fi
Throughout the United States
the W. L. Douglas shoes have
been the favorite for many years.
Their excellent style, easy fitting
and superior wearing qualities '
have won for them the foremost
position over all competitors. We
can afford to sell at less profit
per pair than other dealers, as we
sell so many more pairs.
The Linwood la another of the
Douglaa originals, made of best
imported enamel leather, Eng
lish ljut. haawoafeleathernoles.
stitched with silk, cut In the
latest style. Jbn&niei teauier is
now much worn: It is more
i durable than patent leather and
Is as near waterproof as it Is
possible for a leather shoe tolbe.
All sizes and widths. Coats more
to mafce than many shoes that
aell for t5and i, but the great
Juantlties made in our own
antorv and sold through our
own retail stores a jm. r g
enable ns to sell Jf mfJ
this shoe at.
Ma flhnA AP OthfiT Of OTir 1S5
Styles, made in Calf, Patent Calf .French En
amel, Box Calf, Seal Goat, Black Kid and Rus
sia Storm Calf. Illustrated catalogue free of
W. I DOUGLAS.
Larrr.t Manufacturer and Ketatler
Jtfen's Fine hoea In the world.
BROCKTON, MA6S.
Shoes purchased at our stores polished Tree.
Sold In this oity at
No. 91 Church Street
MECCA
i RUGS. (
'Connecticut's
Bio Store."'
MILLINERY holiday gods are ready to eat up all the
millinery-space that can be spared. Millinery
m " must take a back seat for a few weeks while
MOVlfNU
SALE.
ALL TO GO!
A whole line of Fine French Felt
shapes all colors. 1.49,1.75.1-98 and
2.25 kinds for 98c. 98c, 750 aud 69c for
49C
IRISH POINT WORK.
The loveliest lot of Irish
Point Mats, Stand Covers,
Pillow Shams, Bureau Scarfs
you New Haven Ladies ever
saw. 6, 9, 12, 16, 20, 24 inch
Stand Covers: 36, 45, 54, 72
inch Bureau Scarfs; Pillow
Shams,' 30, 32, 34 inch. Bed
Setts at $5.50, $6.50, 7.50,
$10.00.
HAVE MUCH SEWING?
Wouldn't it pay you to in
spect the merits of the "Seam
stress" and "Suberb" ? They
are fifty and sixty dollar sew
ing machines, but you have
to pay $13.50 and $15.00 for
for 'em. Come and see and
let's explain why.
SWISS HANDKER
CHIEF SPECIAL.
A very hondsome lot of
Hemstitched Law Handker
chiefs, y2 inch hems, with
dainty embroidery edged
with fine Narrow "Val." Lace.
3 for 25c. Imported to sell
for 15c.
SATURDAY VEILS, 10c.
Point d' Esprit Veilings,
lustre silk, 18 inches wide,
with tiny woven dots, in blk.,
cream, white, navy, brown.
Regular 20c quality.
SHIRRED LIBERTY SILK
In Black and White. 22 inches wide,
39c. Regular value, 50c yd.
"Connecticut's
Bio Store."
FIRE AT SANDY HOOK.
Fire visited the village of Sandy
Hook, Newtown, yesterday morning.
The largest and finest buildings of the
place and three other buildings were
destroyed, one of which was Costello's
hotel and Opera house (combined). Mr.
Costello and family barely escaped with
their lives.
The loss Is about $25,000. Origin is
supposed to have been the explosion of
an oil stove In the hotel barber shop.
Ia A. W. SUSPENSIONS.
The It, A. W. national racing board
has announced the following Connec
ticut suspensions, among others pend
ing payment of fees: F. H. Burger,
Bridgeport; William Dahlll, Meriden;
H. J, Harrison, New Haven; B. S.
fflcfclemfuy Waterfcury
Saturday
Children's Coat Sale.
ON THE $2. 50 TABLE
ON THE $4.98 TABLE
Twenty very choice
styles. 2, 3, 4, years.
Rich Wool Astrachan
Cloths, solid colors', with
lace and fur trimming,
new Mixed Cloakings.
braid trimmed. Regular
values as high as $6.50.
Twenty-five garments
2, 3, 4 year sizes, every
style different. Choice
Novelty Mixtures, Plain
Cloths, Two-toned Bou
cles, fashionable braid
trimmings. Regular
$2.98, $3-50, $3-93 grades
the Christmas trade has it turn. Here's quick
clearing prices. - Come and save and help get
room.
JUST WHAT THEY COai !
Rich line of Children's Trimmed Hats.
Fancy Feathers. Birds of all colors,
cocque trimmings, 49c 59c kinds for 25c
The Christmas Bugle Blows.
ilRe-tre-at " "Re-ire-af" Cloaks and Suits must fall back before the
swift Holiday Goods advance. Here's Velour "Russin Blouses" that
have been worth $28.00, seeing for $18.50. Some in Cloth, $16.25
grades for $10.98. $18.00 to $28.00 New Walking Coats on a new
price-basis of $13.00 to $22.50.
$4.50 Misses' Walking Coats for $2.98. $6.00 Misses' Walking Coats
for $4.98. $5,50 Children's Reefers for $3.98.
TEN CENT CANDY
SALE.
These are all of 'em the
kinds we sell other days for
fifteen and nineteen cents a
TEN CENTS A LB.
pound :
Old-Fashioned Molasses, V'" toclb.
Cream Almonds, - jfa - 100 "
French Nugats, - I0C "
Cream Peppermints, 'tl,- - I0C "
Cream Wintergreen, j "s. 10c "
Chocolate Creams, 10c
NINETEENTH
CENTURY ARMOUR.
Charles Dicken's claimed a
good beef-steak lining beat
the best overcoat. Won't
you try a little hot luncheon
with us at the Armour Food
Show ?
THESE FOR SATUR
DAY. All of 'em interestingly
priced your way :
Hot Water Bottles, . ' '35c
Seconds, but warranted perfectly tight.
Pierce's Medical Discovery, 59c
Scott's Emulsion, . -,. 59c
Pabst Malt, - . .. - 16c
Allcocks Porous Plasters, 89c
Cuticura Soap, Sr.; - 12c
Carter's Little Liver Pills, '. - 13c
Dr. Lyon's Tooth Powder, - ' - 15c
Pinaud's Eau de Quinine, - 31c
Lavender Salts, - . 80
FALL AND WINTER SHOES.
$10,000 WORTH of the productions of
the leading factories of this country just received
and on sale at 45 CHURCH ST. Ladles'
Men's, Boys' and Girls'. Calf, Vid
for latest
M. .
Connecticut's
Bio Store."
CHILDREN'S HATS CHEAP !
Children's Braided Tarns, regular 50c
kind for 39c, Boys' 25c Golf Caps for
19c,
BROIDERED BEAU
TIES. If we hadn't owned these
Embroidered Flannels before
the raise in price of wool,
yqu would have to pay 6oc a
yard for the Flannel we sell
at 45c, and 75c for the 62c
kind.
NEW THINGS IN
NECK TIES.
' A great twenty-five cent
line of Men's Ties. A great
er fifty cent line.
CHANCE FOR CHEAP SKIRTS !
Few Fancy Bosoms dollar shirts for
50c. White borders, pair of cuffs.
"SHAKER'' SOCKS, 19c PAIR.
75 dozen three pair for 50c. Very
trifingly imperfect or 25c each. ,
ONE MORE DAY!
1
Just enough of those gold-
filled eye-glasses at a dollar a
pair, ($2.50 kind) to last till
Saturday night. So be quick;
8 P. M. TO 10 P. M.
SATURDAY.
Not enough for. more than
two hours. About 75 pairs
of "Shaw-Knit Snow-Black"
Socks, (reeular oc. In o1
size only at 2c pair. Also
fevy pairs of Heavy Colored
Mixtures. bame size only,
I22C
r t r l ,
ooys oweaiers, ygo
Men s bweaters, - $t.co, $1.50
Men s Heavy underwear, 39c, 69c, $1,
All Great Values.
"Connecticut's c
Big Stork."
Kid, Kusset Patent, Dongola, Kid, Oil
Grain, Box Calf, Porpoise, Crack Calk,
Boarded Calf, Satin Calf, Patent Leather!
Russet Calf. Made up into Shoes to suit
the purse of alL Look into our window
styles.
C0SG&0YE, Church and Crown Sta
SAY
YOUNG MAN!
Where do you buy
your Clothing and Fur
nishings ? Ever seen
our goods? Better do
so, for we dress the nob
biest boys in town.
Our $10, $12 and $15$
buits and Overcoats will
divorce you from your
tailor, as they have the
made-to-order style, fit
and finish, at one-half the
cost.
HAS YOUR SON A warm Suit
A warm Reefer A warm Overcoat ?
We'd like you to examine the qual
ity of our goods and compare
our prices. We make trade in this
way. .-
CHAPEL ST. NEWHAVEK.&
44444444 4 44444444
DON'T Bii DECEIVED.
FERRY'S BREAD, ROLLS. BISCUIT,
ETC., CAN BB OBTAINED
OJNLX AT
50 Church Street.
and there you can get more and better for
your money tban at any other store in the
if erry's jBftiiery mm vuio, ,
46 to 60 CHURCH STREET.
HOLIDAYS
. v ; y;." at "rn:nr
leers' Photo Parlors
760 CHAPEL STREET,
We are now making engagements and
Sittings for HOLIDAY PHOTOS.
Our new engraving finish are the fin
est style ever before ninde in this city.
We make them all sizes and at prices
satisfactory to everybody who wants
the best work. Sittings made by our
Electric Light Apparatus up to nine
o'clock evenings. Superior to daylight
photos elsewhere.
COMB AND SEE IT WORK.
WHEN TOtT NBTSD ,
. 1 ... 1)1 MMwtA t. kaniW
because this ii the best urug store to which
you can senu yo'ir prescription, when you
don't need a physician we can fill your
wants in the rlpht vay at the right price.
.Wo net, always uociui.
Iprttaariss' Hal!,.!" Bl st-
For Thanksgiving ;
Litchfield County Turkeys,
Ducks, Chickens and Geese,
Game, etc. ;
Boston Head Lettuce, Hot
house Cucumbers and Toma
toes. All ' kinds of Fresh
Vegetables. ';
409 State Street.
' Telephone 574-3.
FtaVIS
JaiMeile
HOWE & STETSON'S.
Saturday is
Cloak Day
And never has this stock of
ours been in such good trim
tor a great day s business. Jiv
ery day has witnessed arrivals
of new garments and to-mor
row tne pruning kmte will
have gotten in its work. . , v
When assortments of cer
styles of garments become
broken, the way of most mer
chants is to hold on for full
profit ours is to close them
out at greatly reduced prices.
To-morrow abont 75 hand
some Coats, Canes and
children's long Cloaks go
at about two-thirds usual
prices, , .
This hint to yon should be
suflioient.
CANDIES FOR How do we
SATURDAY. sell candies so
cheap ? is asked a hundred
times a day. Our answer is,
the service of this store is first
and always towards supplying
our public with worthy goods
at lowest prices. How do we
do it ? well, that's our secret.
Fully twelve hundred peo
ple purchased candy here
Wednesday.
For Saturday, 12 kinds of
toothsome sweets pure and
fresh. .' -
Cocoanut Bon-Bons,
Chocolate Creams,
Cream Almonds,
Peanut Creams. .
Sour Lemon Drops,
Cocoanut Squares,
Clove Drops,
Peanut Squares,
Jelly Beans,
Fruit Squares,
Wintergreen Wafers,
. Buttered Popcorn Taffy.
At 10c. a pound.
RIBBONS FOR Maybe
DRESS ORNAMENT, the rib
bon buyer paid less for these,
perhaps more. You care not
anyway. It's enough that
usual selling prices are 29 to
39c, and now they go at' 15c.
Ribbons for waists, for dresses, for
stock collars, for ties and for fancy
work beauties, too. Not a one that
has been in the store over 60 days,
some not over 15 days. Romans,
checks, stripes, dots and so on, and
every conceivable combination of col
orings. Widths 3 and 4 inches.
Till sold, ,15 cents a yard.
Howe & Stetson.
ANOTHER LOT
For 2c.
A Window Full
Decorated Platters, 12 inch
Vegetable Dishes, " ;
Salads and 2-quart Pitchers,
and various other articles. '
Any piece for 25c.
Call and see them.
ROBINSON &CO.,
80 CHURCH STKBET.
The fae
timllt slgaatura
of ..
la ob
nynfiiy T 9 V U
Lovely
Ladies
Like
Because they are soft as kid,
warm as felt, polish brilliantly,
do not crack, and resist water.
Ours have cork soles, are high
cut, golf stitched, only cost J
$2.85, and have this Key Check
attached, which proves they are
made of genuine "Eox Calf."
SURETY SHOE STORE,
six Chfloel St. Cbaa. E. Avers. '
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