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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1900.
2 TORRINGTON FUIPLS IWill Sing at New Haven at Annual Teachers' Meeting. A class of fifty pupils from the eighth and ninth grades of the public schools of Torrington, under the direction of their Inslructor, F. A. Weaver, will come to New Haven to attend the an nual teachers' meeting and that of the Music Teachers' association on Octo ber 13 or 19. The expenseH of taking this class will be about $100, and the pupils will defray their own expenses. About twelve minuted time will ba Riven to each of the classes, which will b.l present from various schools In the fctate, in which to demonstrate the methods us?d and the work accomplish ed. The obj, ct of this gathering Is not for competition, but merely for a pleas ant reunion. No class w'J exceed fifty In number. OUR '"SPECIAL" 3.00 SIT The Best Value in the city. OUR "Trafle Winner" $1.90 Hat - Best in the World. Every Hat warranted satisfactcuy. Special Valms in 50 c?nt Nectar Friend E. Brooks, Hotter, Furnisher and Furrier, 791 and 795 Chapel Street In the commercial warfare of to-day, the "Purest and Best" is a weapon every house needs. 8. W. liiirlburt. 111 Ms of Eioi M. "When in need of Footwear do not hesitate for one moment where to go. The Hew Haven Shoe Company carry not only good shoes, hut they carry a whole lot of them ; len's, Wo men's, lisses', Children's and Baby's. All sizes, all widths. lost all shapes, crooked shoes' straight shoes, plain toes, cap toes and hoi toes. Tou can he well shod at a reasonable price. ONLY GOOD SHOES. m mi Ml 42 cno 846 CHAPEL STREET. YALE MEN! Are You Interested in Room Furnishings ? For 25 yenrs we hnve been entering to the wnnts nnd requirements of the mm of Yale. This senson for your convenience we are showing a complete snmnlo iii.i Of Furniture and Room Furnishings at uuiyie line 966 Chapel Street, Polo Rink, Id addition to our Immense assortment In our Orange street and 730 Chanel street . stores, YOU WILL 'WANT Iron Beds, Spring Beds, Mattresses, Tlllows, Comfortables. Study Desks, Srudv Ta bles, Washstands, Chiffoniers. Book Cases, Lamps. Kusy Chairs, Divans, Ho Couch es, Rugs. Mats, Draperies, Cosy Corners, Window Seats and Cushions, and a host of pther things which we have ulways In stock at the lowest prices. H. B. ARMSTRONG CO. 89-97 Orange St. 780 Chapel St. Branch; 966 Chapel St., Polo Rink. IN AND ABOUT THE COURTS SHOUT CAlUXn.ltt CASES TRIED 1SX JVDQE ItOIilNSOy. Vlrtt Session of Superior Court Since Juue-AMtgumciita for Next Week-. Illvorve t'aaes Disponed of Receiver Ilctta' lliort. The short calendar of the superior court convened yesterduy morning for the first time since last June. In the case of the savings bank of Stafford Springs vs.. Oakman et als., there was a motion for judgment of foreclosure. The last Monday of Octo ber was set as the day for the first purtles and the others were given fif teen days longer. In the case of Rider vs. Hurnmel et a!., on a motion for order of notice the matter was left as at present. In the case of Clark vs. Guernsey, on a motion for default for failure to file answer, the court gave two weeks fof the filing of the answer and on mo tion that plaintiff finish copy of con tract, the court ordered that It be fln lehed in one week. The case of Thompson, ex ve. Tlcot skl, et als., was continued for one week. In the case of Brainerd, et at., vs. Jhe Franklin Brass & Bronze company, on a motion for acceptance of receiv er's report and discharge of receiver, the receiver was discharged. In the case of Rowe vs, .Austin, et als., on a motion for foreclosure the case was put over for one week as the original note was not presented before the court. In the case of Premo vs. Premo, the motion to transfer the case from the Waterbury docket was granted. In the case of Stevens vs. Wright, et als., two weeks was given for the disclosure of the defense. In the case of Woodward vs. Wood ward," the motion to expunge parts of the answer was granted. In the case of Cull vs. Cull, one week was given in which to file an answer. The case of Hoffmeister, guardian, vs. Courtney, et als., was put over for one week. In the case of the Farmers' and Me chanics' Savings bank ve. Pratt, et als., the motion for a disclosure of de fense and for an order for foreclosure by sale was granted and February 1 set as the time for redemption. In the case of Cook vs. Cook, or a HI COMPANY motion for alimony pendente lite, $3.50 a week was granted from the first Tuesday In 'June to date. The cases of Van Aken vs. Van Ak n and Beach, et al vs. Jericho Gran ite company, were transferred to the New Haven docket from the Water bury docket. In the case of Smith vs. the J. Glbb Smith company, the receiver's report was accepted. Judge Silas Romnoon made the fol lowing assignments for next week In the superior court yesterday morning: Union League vs. City of New Haven, Augur's appeal from probate and T. F. Beers vs. the City of New Haven for Tuesday. The two cases against the city and all of the following are tax appeals. The names of the plaintiffs, in the order of assignments, are George H. Bishop, Henry B. Chatfleld, Clark Thompson, T. M. Cox, Ellas h. Davis and George L. Dlckerman, executors. DIVORCE CASES. Exparte divorce casea yesterday In the superior court were disposed of as follows: The case of RIchter vs. Rlchter wbb thrown out on account of defective writ. Case of Staklum vs. Staklum goes over one week. CaBe of Genung vs. Genung granted 'on the ground of desertion from De cember 27, 1896. Case of Bird vs. Bird thrown out on account of defective writ. Case of Sharp vs. Sharp, Bhaw vs. Shaw and Donovan vs. Donovan post poned one week. TUGBOAT LIBELLED. Deputy United States Marshal Bow en went to Bridgeport yesterday and libelled the towboat John McDermott and dredge No. 2, belonging to the Hartford Towboat company, in a suit brought by Ray S. LIttlefield of Block Island, who did repairs on the boate. His bill Is for $647. SUIT ON ROAD ROLLER. . Suit was filed In the court of com mon pleas yesterday morning, R. Red field & Sons plaintiffs, and W. J. At water defendant, for the use of a road roller, $172.50 being claimed. APPLICAION GOES OVER. The application made in the probate court for the appointment of commis sioners for the estate of Edward L. Bradley has gone over. RECEIVER BETTS' REPORT. Frederick A. Betts, receiver of the Keating Wheel and Automobile com pany, will make a report to the Octo ber term of the superior court in Mld deltown October 1, on the condition of the company. It will then be determined whether the receivership will be continued or not. Mr. Betts goes to Middletown every dny nnd has been very busy with the affairs of the concern since he was made receiver. rnxsoxir, jotttxcm. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Brockett, who have been visiting since their re turn from Europe with Mrs. Brockett's mother, Mrs. E, A. Hale, 212 Orchard etteet, left for tt-e'r home at Kansas City, Mo., ytsterdny. Foitmaster Gecrg? I. Al'en of Middle- town was In town yesterday visiting his political friand?. Robert S. Munger, son of Judge Mun- ger of Derby, was admitted to be bar by Judge Robins-n at the superior court yesteiday. The oath was admtn- stered by Cle'k Anketell, the motion bring made by Attorney Gager. Frederick A. Betls, receiver of the Keating Wheel and Automobile com pany, will make a report to the Octo ber term of the superior court In Mid dletown October 1, on the condition of the company. It wt;i then be determin ed whether the receivership will be continued or not. Mrs. Olive Barnes of Bantam Lake, Conn., is the guest of William F. Hol senback and wife of Montowese streat, Bi anford. W. K. McLean, supeiintendent of the Yale & Towne Manufacturing company, Branf ird, has rpntert Mrs. Page's house on Montowese street. Mire Pearl Tart of Chapel street Is the gueft of Mrs. F. S. Valentine of Springfield, Ma;s., formerly of Whnlley avenue, in this city. Mrs, George Bushnell and children of Westbr"ok are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fredetle Pinnn of Rogers street. Mis D. Louis Hulse has returned from Port Jefferron, N. Y., where she has been spending several weeka MI'S Mary Barker, who has been III at her home on Mill Plain, Branford, Is now recovered. STATE STREET And Its Shocking Condition. An old subscriber writes: "The con dition of Slate street is positively shocking. It Is in such bad shape that human life Is endangered in riding over It. The street, from Elm Ftreet out to Cedar Hill, is ful lof holes and puts. One of nur firemen, Mr. Mlllrir of steam er No. 8, had a narrow escape from be ing killed in going' to a fire recently owing to the rocky condition of the street. He was riding on the hose wason, which bumped Into one of the holes and rebounded with great vio lence, and he was pitched off from his rent and In falling turned a complete somerrault. Had he struck on his head he mieht have b?en killed. Another of No. 8's men has been laid up for a week owing to strains received In driv ing the steamer to a fire, owing to State streets bid shnpe. Rapid driving over the street In going to a fire or other wise Is positively dangerous. The city Is top dressing several streets which do not rte?d It ha'f as bad as State street does. For Instance. Kane's Lane, which runs from East to Wallace streets, Is getting a top dressing. What shall m hava far Oaswrt? This question arises In the family every day. Let us answer It to-day. Try Jell-O, a delicious and healthful dessert. Pre pared iu two minutes. No boiling! no ba. lug! simply add boiling wnter and set to cool. Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Raspberry, and Strawberry. Get a package at your g racer's. Attention, SomsthTn? Haw ! Wood, marble, bath tubs, porcelain, etc., cleaned, rennished, and restored to original color. Varnish, paint, enamels, stains, oil, removed with little expense and without offensive odors. Doors und Floors a Spe cialty. The preparation does not injure in the least. Best references. Address H, NUGEH, 2314 Silver street, s7 tf New Haven, Conn. Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States commonly known as the Father of the Pemocratic Party was the first expansionist, the province of Louisiana having been pur chased under his direction from France in 1803. Expansion and prosperity have been going hand in hand ever since, until to-day the prosperity of the United States is unparalleled in the history of the world. Following out the precepts of the illustrious Thomas Jefferson, W. L. BARKER, the Piano and Music Dealer, after locating on the third floor of a Church street Dry Goods house (in 1898) first expanded by movingio months later to the elegant rooms in the Insurance Building on the second floor. Now, MR. BARKER, finding his quarters unequal to the demands of his increasing trade, has again expanded by taking the whole building, No. 849 CHAPEL STREET, and causing the same to be remodeled, will, on and after September 29, iqoo, occupy the large, attractive and convenient store, No. 849 CHAPEL STREET, near CHURCH STREET, with a full line of the , IVERS and POND PIANOS, which possess improvements not to be found in other makes, and are matchless in design, finish, tone aud action. The JACOB DOLL PIANO known as THE PIANO for all occasions will continue a leader with this house, which represents the popular "SHATTINGER PIANOS" and other makes. W. L BARKER & CO, are also exclusive AGENTS for the "Angelus Piano Player, the original and most wonderful piano attachment made, enabling anyone to render any composition perfectly. In dealinp with W. L. BARKER & CO. the public will save themselves the annoy ance of canvassers' "VISITS" as well as commission and have the advantage of MR. BAR KER'S twenty years' experience. SHEET and in fact everything in the Music Line at the same low prices as heretofore will !s found at BARKER & COS Music Store; - Opening Day is Tuesday, October 2d. ' In the afternoon, from 2 to 5, Professor Nicholls will play. In the evening, the Old Guard Band2 2 pieces Fred Guilford, leader, will render Mr. Guilford's new march, entitled -'Barker .! March and Two-Step," the corps march of the Second regiment, G N. G. This march was re ceived with great enthusiasm during encampment week. 5,00? will be given away Tuesday. An Effective and Artistic Decoration , in Honor of the Old Guard. Atoii the beat of the ninny effec tive decorations throughout the city in honor of the visit of the Old Guard ot New York, that ot Howe & Stetson Is b th pretty and original. The piece de resistance la an illumination of the Old Guard Coat of arms, the center nifcj consist! of an artillery man standing beside a cannon with the camp in the back ground surmounted by a flying eagle and an arm rampant. The center is surrounded by a starry wreath, and underneath fa the legend: L, C, 1826; C. C, 1833. Anu tne worus Inccroll "De Nova Juventuten Aglmus." Tho frnntnse of the etore and ad joining buildings are very picturesque ly draped with tings ana miming e-y the firm. Tho whole forms a very ef fective and historic tribute to the Old Guard of New York. IN BRIDGEPORT TO-DAY. Foo'.bill Game Between ncardmnn and Hrldpeport Hlch School Team. This nfte-noon the fodbnll eleven of the Rnnrdmnn Normal Training school of New Haven and the Bridgeport High school t am wl'.l play a pracuca game at Seaside park. The Standard last evening pays: "The High school boys are net over confident of victory, yet hive pract'eed steadily and worked hard to bring themselves into good con dition, physically and as a team. The game will be a very interesting one. as both the Bnardman and Bridgeport High school elevens are stronger this yenr than they have baen for many sea sons. The High school team deserves your support. Game beplns at 3 p. m." HER NINETY-SECOND BIRTHDAY. Reunion of the Mnllory Family in Honor of Mrs. Julia Mallory. Mrs. Julia Malory of 56 Garden afreet, mother of Isaac Mnllory, floor walker at Howe & Stetson's, celebrated her ninety-eecond birthday Thursday. The family held a reunion In honor of the occasion, at which four generationa were represented. A genealogical pecu liarity of the gathering was the pres ence of nn aunt of Mrs, Mallory, who was the great grand aunt of the young est member of the family present, The aunt is eighty-six years of age. All present enjoyed supper together In the evening. Lieutenant Prank W. Kellogg of Wa terbury arrived in Waterbury Thursday evening and will remain a couple of days with his parents on Prospect street. Lieutenant Kellogg has been in command of the torpedo boat Rodgers during her summer cruise, which ter minated at Newport last week, when the North Atlantic squadron finished its maneuvers. He is on his way to Wash ington, where he is attached to the hy drographic ofllce. ;. To Cnre n Cold In Onn Day. Take Laxative Kroino Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it falls to rare. E. W. Glove's signature is ou each box. 25e, ' - AND MUSIC, Sparklets. A vest pneket Sodn Fountain Cnr linnntcM, all liquids, nt a cost of 4c u quart. PRICES, Quart ftvnhon Mottle $3.00 Pint Syphon Bottles ?2.0fl Carnfnce $2.30 Sparklets (10 in box, qts.) 40c Sparklets (10 lu box, pts.) 23c City Hall Pharmacy. 159 Church Street. THE BRADLEY CO, PLUMBING AND UEATING Contractors. SHEET METAL WORK JOBBING. 185 Orange Street. It's Beginning To Be the Time TO THINK OP PRESERVING. We pride ourselves on our selection of FRESH FUUIT& Delaware Peachei Native Peaches. Native Plums. Native Pears. California Plums, Native Melons, Native Apples. Our VEGETABLES are always the hsst our native market gardens produce, and ari fresh daily. Lock us over, our prices are right. NEW: Green Ginger Root. E.E. NICHOLS 378 Stata st, . Voleoboue 40 1 MUSICAL Was Not he Windward. St. Johns, N. P., Sept. 28. The signal man at Cape Race reported early this morning that the Peary exploring steamer Windward was passing west. Later In the day It became known that the vessel sighted was not the Wind ward, but the steam sealer Walrus. BEEF, IRON and WINE. Hull's Beef, Iron and Wine must agree with everybody, invalids, con valescent, or the aged. It is a tonic. It builds people up and supplies the material to build with ; 'tis one of the products of our labora tory that we're proud of. Per bottle, 39C Hull's Drug Store, Cor. Ctapal and Stats SI reels. FINE POULTRY AT LOW PRICES. Full dressed CHICKENS lflc lb. Full dressed FOWLS 15c lb. Just Received. Fine CAPE COD CRANBERRIES 9c qt., 3 quarts 25c. Peaches for Canning. We nre receiving fine lnte PEACHES daily and sell nt low prices. The Best Elgin Creamery Can ba had ONLY AT OUR STORES at SCc lb. Fancy Gslawara Swsst Potatoes at 28c peck. Fine Gjjkinj Whits Potatoes at 70c bushel. Small WHITE and YELLOW ONIONS for Pickling. D. M. Welch & Son, Leading Cash Groeera, 2b and 30 O'jujros .Ivoaus, Branclies-8 Grand avenue. Fair Haven, and 175 Campbell avenue. West Haven. re ft ft ft ft ft ft t GOODS, Itendvllre Races Postponed. ' Boston, Sept. 28. Rain caused tha postponement this afternoon of the un finished races left over from yesterday In the New England Trotting Horst Breeders' meeting at BeadvUle. Friday and i Saturday. FRIDAY. Special Sale in Fish Depart ment. Steak Cod, Sc lb. SATURDAY, Fresh killed Chickens and Fowl, Spring Ducks. Round Steak, 12c lb. Native Pork, Fresh Hams, Shoulders, etc. Extra. Saturday evening from 6 o'clock until we close, all fresh fish at cost. Goods Delivered. Telephone 13T9. M Ham Pil HarM 390-392 State Street Tie C. E. Hart Co. We serve Summer Supplies in Perfect Condition. You get no stale meats he everything as sweet and perfect as in winter. Fresh killed Spring Chickens and Ducklings. A large assortment of Peaches, Bananas, Berries, Apple3, and the Freshest Vegetables. 350 aM 35 1 State SW.