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1. Tnl-n- 1UUO (IU1J IOOOi I tea. r.issv sifi diMSl Journal Courier MEW HAVSW, COMM. tfon Rilu. Oira Ycab, $6.00; Six Mouths, $3.00; Tbkm Mouths. $1.50; Osi Mouth, 60 nam Om WlXK. 15 OKHT8: SlNOIJI Oorm, 9 obhts. Saturday, July 91, 188S. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS FOR TO-DAY. Big Aertitais Mclntyre, M aculre ft Co. Clearing Sale Bargains lfcIntyre,Maculre & Co. For R.ot Parlors 676 State 8 treat. For Bale Side Saddle Hinmao's Stables. - Golden Medical Discovery A Druggists'. Hothouse Grapes-E. E. Hall ft Son. Jewelry end Watches J. H. G. Durani. Low Prices Mclntyre, Maguire ft Co. Midsummer Bale Mclntyre, Maguire ft Co. Old Cheese Cooper ft Nichols. Piatt's Chlorides At Druggists'. Probate Notice Katate of Edward A. Smith. Reduction L. O. Pfafl ft Son. Seasonable Goods Bobert B. Bradley ft Co. The Talk or the People Mclntyre, Maguire ft Co. Through the Mail Wallace B. Fens ft Co. Trunks Brooks ft Co. Wanted Girl 42 Whitney Avenue. Wanted Situation 125 Dwight Street. SUNDAY BH TICK. United Church Rot. 8. H. Dana. Trinity M. E. Church Bar. Dr. Reed. Beirltxalista' Hall 148 Orange Street, nhurch of the Meflaiah Bav. L. H. Saltirea. East Pearl St.M.E.Church- Ber. A. H. Goodenough. college Hireet unuron hot. w. w. Mcuuie. Church of the Holy Spirit Bev.Phebe A.Hanaford Humphrey Btreet Church BeT. Frank R. Iiuckey, rum m. rj. vjnurca iter. neiTuie j. vnapman. Davenport Church Iter. L C. Meserre. 8k John Street M. E. Church Rev. I. M. Foster. Bummerfleld M. E. Church Bev. Albert Lathbury. City Missions Bey. w. 0. Mosman. First Presbyterian Church Rev. W. D. Mosman. East Bide M. E. Church Rev. 8. D. Paiae. George Btreet M. E. Church Kev. Joseph BaircL WEATHER RECORD. INDICATIONS FOB TO-SAT. Wis DnpARTimrr. Umci or ths Chikf Signal Bkrvice, V Washington, D. C., 10 p.m.. July 80, 1888. I For New England: Local rains, stationary tern. nerawre. followed Saturday night by fair and warmer, variable winds. NOTICE. Persona leaving the city for lone or short period daring the summer can bar the Journal and uoTBixB Bent to any ad dress at the rate of 50 oenta a month, postage paid. LOCAL NEWS. Brief mention. t Wedding invitations at Dorman'a.' Bents collected promptly at H.P.HoadlejfV Harper's for August is received and for sale by T. H. Pease & Son. Steamer No. 1 of Howard avenue ia having a general overhauling at the Blgelow works. Grapevine Point. Mrs. C. H. Johnson, of this city, has re' turned from a two weeks' Btay in Waterbury much improved in health. Chaplain W. F. Smith was presented by Admiral Foote post comrades with a fine plush easy chair Thursday night. Mr. Fred Haines of this city, who has been studying in Germany at the Berlin Conserva tory for two y ears, has arrived home. My. M. Sonnenberjc,the Chapel street piano dealer, and wife of this oity leave Tuesday to summer among the Whits Mountains. The moon's eclipse comes off Sunday even ing, commencing at 9:56; total eclipse at ll;.54,iastiBg until 18:45. Jt will be worth gazing at. The molders at Mallory, Wheeler & Co. 'a have not yet accepted the 10 per cent, redno- tion. Work at the' foundry is mostly at a standstill yet. Mrs. Sally C. Williams died at her home In Portland Wednesday night, aged eighty-three years. She was the mother of D. S. Wil liams, of Meriden. Mrs. Mary a., aged fifty years, wife of Charles Doolittle of Pond Hill, Wallingford died very suddenly in her husband's arms Thursday morning. . - The parishioners of the Bev. J. W. Rich ardaon at Stamford have recently presented him with a horse and phaeton, the value of which is said to be over $500. J. H. Wright, the jobber at Gen. Ford' jewelry store, is with his family spending the summer at Long Branch, and C. W. A. Buell is at South Manchester, Conn., for two weeks To the public: Now is the time to engage your coal of Henry Konold, 14, 16, 18 River street, wholesale and retail coal dealer. Beet qualities at the lowest prices. Quotations furnished. The Water company has finished the lay ing of an eight-inch water main in place of six-inch main on Congress avenue, near the FreseniuB brewery. This nearly doubles the quantity of water to go through the pipes, Mr. Joseph Shoninger of Chicago, younger son of B. Shoninger, the organ and piano manufacturer of this oity, is in town for few days' stay. He is manager of the whole- " sale store of B. Shoninger & Co. in Chicago. Lucius A. Thomas lodge, I. O. O. F., of Cheshire, will be instituted Monday evening. Lodges in Sou thing ton, Waterbury and other places will send large delegations and the grand officers will drive up there from New Haven. Mason Builder Butherford, of Bridgeport, - and J. W. Gaff ney, of Waterbury, have tak. en the contract to build a large factory on Staten Island. The job will require 2,000, 004 brick and will be completed before the oold weather sets in. The Ancient Order of Foresters . are mat lag extensive preparations for their field day which takes place in Bridgeport August 0, They will come from all parts of the Stats and will make an imposing parade. liana - -ger Belknap has taken the contract to feed 2,500 peopiat his Seaside pavilion on this occasion. Miss Mary Ann Foster died at her resi- dence, No. 73 Elm street, nearly opposite the United chnrch, yesterday morning, aged Deoeased was a highly estimable lady whose worth of character and virtues endeared her to many hearts. She was a sister of the late Judge E. K. Foster and of the late P. B. Fos- ter of this city. Mr. Beckley, the fancy goods merchant on Chapel street, is minus the end of the second , finger of his right hand. He was kindly slating on Thursday to block the wheel of coal cart in front of bis place while the driv- er stood at the horse's head, when the none backed and the wheel crushed the finger end, which had to be amputated. The Park Arenas Layout. The board of compensation last night gave a hearing on the layout of Martin street, Park avenue to extend from Winthrop avenue to West river. Saadry Matters Righted. The little family jar between Mr. Solomon Fisher, a Grand avenue merchant, and his ' wife, which caused Mr. Fisher to take steps for a divorce, has been amicably settled and ths passionate pair will live together as be fore. The committee from the William street synagogue whioh arranged matters was: J. Kaiser, T. M. Steinberg, Rabbi iWilmer, Mr. Simons and Isaao Ullman. City Missions. At the "people's service" at English Hall to-morrow evening the instrumental music will be furnished by an orchestra consisting of Messrs. Hughes, Lines, Curtis, McCarthy, Hurlbut and Strong. Instead of a sermon . there will be short addresses by members of the Humphrey street Congregational ohurch. Meetings will be held at the haU as usual every evening of the week. Graad Canton Golden stale. Ths committee of arrangements for Grand Canton Golden Bule's excursion next week Wednesday on ths Elm City to Prospect Park met last evening and reported a most satis factory outlook for the excursion. A large number of tiokets havs been sold. The num. her ia limited to one thousand to ensure safe ty and comfort. They havs engaged both fha A marinas military band and a fine or chestra for ths trip. The boat returns to this city at 11 p.m. Trunks from 75 cents upwards. Ladlas' dress trunks, steamer trunks, hat boxes, satchels in alligator and other leather, at i rooks & Co'., Chapel corner State. AFFAIRS AT THE HOSPITAL. The Prnaentlal committee's Quarterly Report General nerwin'a skina vm Tno Lena Needed Veranda for the Wards Mrs. Mary Wade's 5, 000 Gift Blrftv paraam's Additional Generos ity etber Gifts. The directors of the hospital held their quarterly meeting last night. The prudential committee made its report through Eli Whit ney, jr. During the quarter 212 patients have been admitted, 181 of whom have been discharged. Thirty-one hare died and there have been two births. The largest number of patients on any one day was 113; smallest number 86. The daily average number has been 98J. In the corresponding quarter last year the largest number at the hospital on any one day was 128; smallest number 96; average number daily 110 26-30, or 12 less than in this quarter. This falling off is accounted for by the transfer of the soldiers to the Sol diers' Home at Noroton July, 1887. During the quarter just ended the aaliy average or tniS OiaSS OI patients una umu vigub, B)jiuiui 25 in the corresponding quarter last year. The daily average attendance of those not patients was 72 3-10, of whom Z were nurses and matrons ot the training school. In the corresponding quarter last year there was an attendance or yd, a decrease mis year of 2 7-10. The oost of food has been 25 cents a day per head, two cents less than in the corre sponding quarter last year. ine current receipts nave oeen jv.ooo.ay and the expenditures J8.4Ud.tJ0; excess of ex penditures $73tt.77. ine hospital nas a Dai' anos of cash on hand of $1,431.85. The report continues: ''For a long time a kitchen range was needed, and numerous complaints, were made by the board of visit ors and others on account of the worn out condition of the old one, but as a new one involved a large outlay we have felt it neces sary to get on as well as we could with the old one. This want has, however, been sup plied through the generosity of our president, Gsn. S. E. Merwin, who, at his own expense. has just put in a large range and broiler of the latest pattern with plate shelves, etc complete. Our thanks are also due General Merwin for a new rolling and reclining chair. and for adding to the beauty and attractive ness of the grounds by filling the flower beds with fine plants. "The long needed veranda for the wards has at last been completed entirely thiough the efforts of the lady visitors, who raised the amount required (about $290), and. with the advice of your committee, arranged the work.. This improvement is greatly appre ciated Dy tne patients in these varus, sev eral of whom had not been in the open air for many months. "We take pleasure in being able to an nounce several other important gifts to the hospital. Soon after our last meeting Mrs. Mary p. Wade gave $5,000 to establish an other free bed for Trinity church. This sum has been invested and the bed now oc cupied. Mrs. Henry Farnam. in addition to her gift of S7.U0U, has paid bills for work on ths new amphitheater building to the sum of S4.U0U. "Work on the amphitheater building has been pushed rapidly forward and will in all probability be nnlsned by our next meeting, "A lady has given $550 for a new ambu lance. Heretofore we have had to rely on the city ambulance, Dut could not always get it when needed. We highly appreciate the new equipment." Bev. S. H. Watkins of the Church of the Ascension was elected a member of the visit ing board. A vote of thanks was extended to Mrs. Farnam and to the lady who contributed the money for an ambulance. ELEVENTH WARD REPUBLICAN. Te?irfmlnate TV. E. Morgan Por Jp- . Alderman. fft Republicans of the Eleventh ward held a caucus at 100 Ferry street last evening. Mr. William E. Morgan was unanimously nominated as the ohoioe for alderman from that ward. The meeting was one of the largest and mest enthusiastic ever held in the ward. The feeling of the meeting was that the Demooratio nominee, Captsin T. F. Callahan, will be defeated next Monday. In the absence of Chairman Hamilton last even ing Hugh Dailey presided over the caucus. E. A. Johnson was secretary. The large representation present were in high spirits over the prospects for Monday and assured of success. Ths ward will probably go strong ly Republican. Among those at the canons were Eugene C. Hill, Druggist Healey, C. E. Hayes, John Hare, Captain W. H. Pierpont, P. S. Waterbury, James N. Coe and others. A GROWING ORDER. Benefits of Temperance and Absti nence. To the Editor of the Joobnal and Courier: Your paper this morning by an error gave the total membership of the United Order of the Golden Cross at 150,000. The figures should hsve been 15,000. Ton spoke very correctly of the flattering growth of Alpha council, No. 243, of this city. The member ship of ths order at large Is mostly in the New England States. Its growth and pros perity is most remarkable inProhitionStates, One of its main features being its ironclad plsdgs of total abstinence from all that in toxicates. In a word, no saloon keeper nor his customers need apply. It follows that its death rate is below the average of other benefit societies and ths cost of keeping up assessmsnts less. In June it had only six deaths reported and three of these were in the senior class, which takes in those who are 55 to 65 at the time of joining. After an experience of twelve years it had only thir teen assessments in 1887 and there will be less rather than more the present year in the junior class. The benefit on the life of Miles L. Curtis of Indian Well council, Birsung ham, was paid from ths supreme treasury in seven dsys from the da'e ot his burial, which is a fair sample ox the promptness of the business department of the order. It does not profess to be a reformatory order, but takes only such as have a record of temper ate or abstinence habits, and Its experience proves that ths ladies who join are quite as sale risks as men. Look Oat Por Him, Several weeks ago a well dressed and good appearing man of about 35 entered Dr. Alling's drug store, corner of Grand avenue and State street, and was recognized by Mr. Ailing as a book agent who was in his store two years ago trying to sell a Worcester dictionary, The agent pleaded hard lnck and stated that his wife was ill and that he wanted much to go and see her, but had not the money to pay his railroad fare to where she was. He ask ed the loan of $2 and for security for pay ment would leave a $6 copy of Worcester's dictionary. Mr. Ailing was well provided with dictionaries, but feeling touched by the man's appeal loaned him $2 and the man left the book. Several weeks after the agent called at the store in Mr. Alling's absence and on misrepresentation to one of the clerks obtained possession of the dictionary and nothing has since been seen or heard of him by Mr. Ailing. The case was reported to the police who have no doubt that the man is in ths habit of "raising the wind" by this species of swindling. Relies or Tippecanoe and Tyler Too Times. Stiles of Sonthbury has a Harrison medal, a relio of the campaign of 1840, whioh belonged to her father, the late David J, Stiles. It is of white metal, on one side has a raised portrait with the words over the head encircling "Maj. Gen. W. H. Harrl son," underneath ia "Born Feb. 9th, 1773." On the other side is a log cabin with the stars and stripes floating from the top, over which are the words, "The people's choice." On one side of the cabin is a tree under which is a cider barrel with a cup or quart measure on the barrel, underneath the words "The Hero of Tippecanoe." At the jewelry store of M. Frank in Chnrch street, this city, is a Harrison and Tvler badge. It is of silk snd bears in prom inent letters "Harrison and Reform" and the names of battles in whioh General Harrison forandfather of the present candidate) fought. It also records ths fact that President Harri son's fsther was one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. There is on the bags also a little pioture of a log cabin, underneath whioh Is inscribed "We will take him from his plow." Republican Banner Raising la Bridge port. Bridgeport, July 20. There was a big time here to-night at the banner raising by the Republican club. The banner bearing the names and pictures of Harrison and Mor ton was flung to ths breeze about 8 o'clock in front of the headquarters of the club on Main street. As it was strung across the street there was great cheering. Hon. J. L. Barbour afterward spoke on the tariff question in St. John's ball. DOWN AT STONT CREEK And Among tno Beautiful Thimble Islands Cottages and cottagers Several New Ones This Tear A Crash The Prettyttlrls at the Thim bles and Tonne Men Social Events. This has been a backward season with all of the summer watering places, and even Stony Creek, commanding as it does the beautiful group of the Thimbles, seems not to have yet awakened from its winter's sleep. The shroud of last winter's blizzard seems to still hang upon ths seaside-goers. The cot tages at the east shore have nearly all been taken possession ot, although somewhat later than ubusI, but those who make long stays at the hotels sppear to think that Bummer hasn't come yet. But few new cottages have been built this year, and these are on the Islands. On Gov ernor's Island one has been erected by Mr. Andrew Johnson of New Tork, and another is being put up oh Money Island. The young ladies who are spending the summsr on this Island are head and heels in any mischief they can think of, and (speaking of bnildimrsl three of them will never forget how the roof of an old shed on which they sat in the grove aiBoussing tne latest cut of Dang fell in and deposited them safe, but a little frightened, on the bosom ot mother earth. The girls at the Thimbles spend whole days in fishing. One would think that the lone fisherman mania had sprung its conta gion among the pretty creatures. For hours they sit under some shady tree along the shore, their faces shielded from the hot re flection of the sun on the water by cutely cocked broad-brimmed straw hats, and angle for the shy nibblers. .Some of them are first-rate fishermen, too, and they like it bet ter than the society of the nicest young man that ever broke a maiden's heart. Boating is also greatly enjoyed by the young -ladies, ana many a gay party may be seen any fine afternoon sailing among the Dictnreaane lsianas. a great vice, however, which the young lacues are siowiy falling into is novel-reading. One would think with so many natural bean- ties about that the figures and fire of current novels would have no charm. But the girls put their arms around the neck of a blue eyed heroine and hang closer than they would to a now spring bonnet. Young men are few as usual about the islands and the girls don't seem to miss tnem. either. Hops and social gatherings have not occur red at the hotels so far. Ths eueeta seem to enjoy outdoor amusements and ths weather has been such - as to keep many away who would enter into social matters. A great rush is expectea, nowever. snout the first of An gust and hotel proprietors are already begin ning 10 open tneir purses tor the booty, Transient trade . has been as lively as ever tnis year. J.ne island: View House has enter tained seven or eight large parties from New ioijs yacnis ana tne jaaies especially are en raptured with the beautiful view from the verandas of this excellent hoteL The ladies at the Three Elm House are having a delightfully pleasant time among them selves. A vocal and instrumental musicals was given there Thursday night. All were overwhelmed with delight at the success of the entertainment, and another is soon to be given. The prices were rendered by Miss uarne xeua, an organist of Wallingford Miss U. S. Goldenbaum and Miss Becky ruumeuinai ot narttora, the Misses Annie and .Louise Pheifer and Messrs. Cromaok and Miller of TJnionville. A hop was given by the ladies last evening at whioh several New Haven people were present. A large party from Hartford is expeotedihsie to day. The entertaining wife of the proprietor wiBhed it distinctly stated in this edition that there were no mosquitoes at the Three Elm House, as has been reported in other papers. Mauy young ladies with their grandmas are also at Frink's Indisn Point House. They do their best to have a good time and make the cool verandas and grounds alive with tneir merry cnattmgs and music! lancha The largest oatoh of fish around t'iis part of mo uroea: was vpt pounas or Dlackfish taken by a. a. uowd in his pond a few d&y ago, ine fishing is good and the guests all enjoy 1W. People from New York who have visited the Island view House tell the proprietor tuat iub scene irom tnat point has no paral lei except m the Thousand Islands. New York people are delighted with the spot and iu a iew years tne piece promises to be f favorite summering resort for metropolitans People now summering at the several hotels are: ISLAND VIXW BOUSE. Mr. Spier and family, New Haven; J. Al lan Barry, Brooklyn, N. Y.: W.J. Robinson Meriden; Mrs. Fox and two children, Corel eana, Texas; Robert Fox and F.d Fox, Coral cans, j.exas; laaiia JU ABher, JNew Haven George W4 Pomeroy, Hartford Celia Asher, New Haven; P, S. Ives, Boston; Miss C. E. Psrkhurst Jamaica Plains, Mass. ; Miss Lillian Beaton M. E. Seaton and M. E. Ellis, New York; J, R. C. Russell, New Haven; M. W. Cornwall, JNew Haven; Frank M. Byxbee, Meriden, Ct. J. D. Spring and E. Johnson, Ansonia; E.K Sills, Nsw York; E. W. Wsbster and wife, Ansonia. THBXK BXX BOUSE. Mrs. W. H. Savoy, Meriden; Mr. F. H, Duffie, Middletown; J. S. Roberts, Middle town; YT. U. I. faavoy of the Republican Meriden; Bev. Mr. Elking and wife, Hart ford; Miss P. Hallock, Derby; F. H. Stiles and B. O. Culver, New Haven; W. G. Camp 1 TT . . , ouu mif, xxaruora; a. u. uromacK, airs, mm Pheifer, F. B. Miller, Mies Louise rneuer, unionville; Mrs. S. Uncles and grandson, Brooklyn; William Amarmsn ana wife, Hartford, Conn.: Arthur M. Austin, Meriden; George W. Banning, New Britain; r . n. Burton, Thompson vilie: H. H. Cromwell and wife, Philadelphia; John . Joe, uenaen; Jtrs. u. m. JLAmbard bpnngfield; Miss M. A. Birge, Mrst O. S Jones, E. Windsor Hill, H. G. Hayden.Hart ford; Miss Beckar BlumenthsJ, Hartford Mrs. E. G. Morris, Spring Prairie, Wis.; Miss Carrie S. E. Fenn, Wallingford; Mrs. W. J. Gooding, wallingford. . . BRAINABD HOUSE. - Mr. Burr Ballard. Trov. Pa.: G. A. Ivaa. nenueu, ; oaran rj. west; from Meriden Miss J. P. Stow. Mrs. G. A. Ives. Mrs. J. O Ives, Miss Sarah L. Ives, Miss Mabel E. Pom eroy, Miss Hattie Fales, Mrs. Florence Doo little, Mrs. J. H. Chaplain, Mrs. C. H. Fales; j.AAstman, Hartford; B.Katzenstein.Naubao Minor G. Baldwin, New York; W. F. Crowe and wife, Miss Alice Crowe, Eddie Crowe, Miss Hattie Crowe,Alexander Church, Miss Minnie uaaain. Hartford: Mr. and Mrs. B F. Pomeroy, Miss Mabel Pomeroy and Theo dore romeroy, Meriden; a. P. Drake, Troy, r a. INDIAN FOINT HOUSE. M. Cornwall and wife, Meriden; J.M. Saw yer and wife, Hartford; L. J. Dudley and aaugnter, .Northampton. Mass.: Frank M. Hall and wife, New Haven; James E. Groom and wife, Hartford; Mrs. B. M. Matthews and family with two children, Little Book, Arx.; K. w. Weston, l-miadelphla. The Caledonians. The Caledonian society holds its fifth an nual excursion and games at Glen Island An gust 9. Pell Down a Welt. Emil Frederickron, a Bridgeport lad, fell in an old unused well Thursday afternoon, His screams soon attracted the attention of the neighbors, and with much diffionltv Emil was rescued. Court Elm City, A. O. P. Court Elm City, Ancient Order of Forest ers, at a meeting last night decided to hold their annual picnic August 15 at Savin Rock, and to Invite sister organizations in the State to participate. It will be one of the largest pionios at the shore this season. ERRORS WERE KdnEROCB. The Gnllfords Use the Stick To Good Advantage and Defeat the Madl- sons. Madison, July 20. The ball game this af ternoon Between me uuiitora nine and a ploked nine from the strangers stopping at the cottages in Madison resulted in favor of the Guilford nine. The errors of both nines were of the worst kind and made most of the fun for the spectators. The following is the score: GUILFORD. I HADISOH. IB. R. BE. K. AB. R. BH. R. Ttfnrr.hr. ..5 8 4 5 R.Godd'd.b. .5 Mclntyre, p.. 5 l a 8 uusnnell. it.. 5 Sheppard, 8b. .6 R.M.God'd,88.4 Daveaport,r.f.4 HiU, c. f. 4 Bronson, C....4 Hall, lb 4 Fickett, p 4 Wellman, lb..! 5 2 4 8 Everts. l.f....5 0 8 1 Sullivan, 2b... 4 18 3 Benton, r.i.... u u u B.Suliiv'n,c.f.4 ISO Monroe. Bb.,.4 1 8 1 Barthums.s..4 0 12 Total ...40 Si 17 Total. ,.89 5 11 IS SCOBS BY INNINGS. ...1 0 10 1 0 11 Guilford. 1-0 16 Madison A Worthy Oftleet.. A aimple and graphic description of slave ife in ths Southia given in a little book by Mr. Jacob Stroyer of Salem, Mass. The price of the book is 25 cents, and with the pro ceeds Mr. Stroyer is educating himself to be preacher and teacher among the ignorant freedmen of the South. It is a worthy ob ject. . Low prices on everything at Holirrxox, HUavaa & Co.'s. BAIK STOPPED IT. The Game Between tne new Haven Reserves and the new Haven Cen trals Called at the Close or the Third Inning To Play for $SO a Side Next Friday. The New Haven Reserves and ths New Ha en Centrals contested for supremacy at Hamilton Park yesterday afternoon. The interest to the spectators was centered in the umpire. He hsd doubtless seen a ball be fore, but probably had never seen a bat. In the first half of the first inning, after six men had really been put out, he finally de clared the side out; and whenever a runner was safe the umpire said he was out, but when he was out he said he was safe. The spectators jeered, the players grew weary and the rain pitilessly spoiled what promised to be a "record-breaking" game. The Centrals were ahead, 9 to 5. Next Friday the same teams will play for $50 aside and a good game may be expected, The Reserves will put the same team in the field with the exception of Fleming, their second baseman, who broke his finger in yes terdav's game. Osbora of the Yale team will play second for the balance of the s son. A Family Quarrel. Julia Brown, Maggie Whitney and Charles Brown were arrested last night by Officers F. D. Cook, Doolittle and Grant. The first two were charged with drunkenness and the last named with a breach of the peace. Brown is a painter employed by Charles B. Dyer. All had been drinking and Brown, who is the husband of Julia, assaulted the women. Personal. Mr. Harry Smith, the genial spirit who was for several years the presiding genius of the late William H. Brown's billiard parlors on Church street,' may hereafter be found at Parshley's Deleoatessen store on State street. Harry's genial smile is as enticing as ever and his palms itch as of yore for a friendly grip with those who seek a congenial resort in wmon to wmie the merry hours away. madia on items. Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Buell and nephew Tom Trask, are summering at the house of J S. Buell, Ebon ' Among the New Haven neonla at cottaees on the shore are the families of Mr. J. N. Is bell, Mr. Thomas Bennett and Dr. Hotohkiss. There are shadows of a base ball nine ap parent, (this is no reflection upon the indi vidual players) and rumors of games will Guilford and Clinton. Next Monday evening Mrs. Woodhnll, Miss auuw xjeete ana juiss May B ieia give an en i3Aioiuuiub in tue .case river reaamg room Religions Services. Unitkd Church Bev. 8. H. Dana of Quincy, 111 Will preach at 10:30 a. m. No evening wnHm wvuuau umAAx- Huiiuu. uiviao services wim a sermon by the pastor. Be v. W. W. McLane, D. D., tivmnrmw ot in.un a m i .. , I . -. . , iwn . uuLuuigmriaunaE luidu a. m. Sunday school at noon. One hour prayer meeting at 7 p.m. t . "S"'"1" a all Dr. J. K. Bailey of Scran- r.i V " me auaience at spiritualists' Hall, 148 Orange street, to-morrow evening, 22d Church of the MESsuLSgrirsr UnWersalist. ?irrtce at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 12 o clock. St. John Street Hmmmvp FmaivmiT. nmira Rev. I. M. Foster, pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 12:15. Even ing: prayer and praise service at 7,closing promptly at 8. All are welcome. Church or the Holt Spirit, SecondUniversalist, j" icuuon avenue ana war a street. Kev. Fhebe A. Hanaford, pastor. Service only in - ft - Kuuuj- m:iiuoi tti noon, r reacmng by the pastor. All invited. EUsr Sm M. E. Church. Rev. S. D. Paine, pas tor. In the morning the pastor will exchange with Mr. Clarice, ot the East Haven Congregational " - -"f..,., " ... VWUljr Ills VWU WUipit Prayer meeting Wedneadav at n . n SomfERCTRXD Methodist Episcopal Church. pixwell Avenue, near Henry street. Kev. AI- at9n m ,l,1i 1, 11 ... . - . . . , odist churches ef the citv. All are in vitAd Georok Street Methodist Episcopal Church. ..rwii ju u , imwr, win p.eacn at iu:au a. m. and i :30 p. m. Evening service opened by a brief w -."p. iuuuk rwpuj s society, sun day school at noon. Strangers always welcome First Presbyterian Church (Church street near Chanel) ftav. J. a RnHmp n,tfn, -oaAi.. ing at 10:30 a. m. by Rev. W. D. Mosman. Bible buuuui b i in. jli roup. ni. tuore will be a popu lar service in the lecture room. All are invited, Seals free. East Pearl Street Methodist Episcopal enough, pastor. Morning: -The hidden ti-Mmrn Evening: "The signal in mulberry trees." Sunday . ......... . v.... iiwjiio a meeting at o p. m A RflMml miMm. tn nil , . . ... ........ vunuoKuiuifflu i,m;m tt. (Near cornerOrange). Rev. Fran t Ri.iu-inTmuiiF Divine worship at 10:30 and 7:30, with preaching at 6:15. Evening service strictly within the limits ' Avcrjruuujr welcome. First Methodist Episcopal dnnnm R m.i. ville B. Chapman. D.D., paster. Divine service at 10:30 and 7:30. 10:30: The pastor will preach: "The Ufa nf Ih. Il.ln. i, 14 . t- ., , n . . . iu . . douusj kuwii. i : oi: Bummer song service by the choir and conrrega- -- , : . ... twi, . wkhmb b i. xuu are cur diallv invifad. Place, corner George street) Rev. G. E. Reed, D. D.. pastor. Moraine?: Sub-tact. ",.,hA tMihlni, concerning worshin Kunriav whmi tMphor meeting at 9:30a. m. Suadav aehool mMtxttim Evening: Subject, "Meat or drudgery." Fifth and sixth sermon of series on "Jacob's Well." Stran gers and friends whose churches are closed will And a cordial welcome at Trinity. Crrr Missions (English Hall, corner of Court (mm. wwb,, no,, . u. awnniin, supennten. dent. Evening service at 7:80 with short addresses tlonal church. Instrumental musio by orchestra. .TT ,i-'w"wi . o. nugoes. eaam tree. All welcome. Meeting? also every evening of the Sabbath afprnoon at 11:30, and every Wednesday One bottle of Piatt's Chlorides contains mors disinfecting power than ten pounds of coiunae or ume. Clearing sale bargains at UcInttba, Maquire & Co.'s. A Great Surprise Is in store for all who use Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs,the great guaranteed remedy. Would you believe that it is sold on its merits and that any drnggist is author ized by the proprietor of this wonderful remedy to give jou a sample bottle free? It never fails to cure acute or chronic coughs, All druggists sell Kemp's Balsam. Large Dotties ov cents ana i. aotw Look around, but do not buy until you see our prices. . - UcInttbe, Maguirb & Co. Borne Foolish People Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond tne reacnot medleine. They often say. "Ob. it will wear away," but in most cases it wears them away. Could they be induced to try the successful medicine called Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a positive guarantee to cure, they would immediately see the ex cellent eneot atter taking the brat dose. Prices 50o and $1. Trial size free. At all druggists'. d&w Our midsummer sale a bier success. That's what others cannot say. MclNTYRK, MAQUmi & Co. When Baby was sick, we gave bar QASTOBIA, When she in a Child, aba cried for CASTORIA, When she became Mliia, she clung to C ASTORIA, When she had CMldn a, she gave them C ASTORIA. Low prices and polite attention our motto. liCllfTTBX, MAGUIRK ot CO. When I began using Ely's Cream Balm mv catarrh was so bad I had headache the whole time and discharged a large amount of filthy matter. That has almost entirely dis appeared ana J. nave not naa neaaacne since. J.- H. Sommers, Stephney, Conn. I thank Ood that yon ever invented such a medicine for catarrh. ' I have suffered for five years so I could not lie down for weeks at a time. Since I have been rising Ely's Cream Balm l ean rest. Frank P. Burleigh, Farmingfon, N. H. The talk of the people Mclntyre, Maguire & Co.'s clearing sale bargains.. Wanted Men. women and chil dren to nse the best external remedy in the world for aches and pains. We refer, to the Compound Quinine Plasters, which are sold by druggists. -j Advice to mothers. tf. . Txrinolva Snnthinor Svmn f fir nriU. drer? teething is the prescription of one of tho best female nurses anu puyaiuians in cue vmwi orauc.j huh j years with never failing success by millions ef mothers for their children. During the process of teething its value Is Incalculable. relieves tne cnua irom ptuu, cures aysen, rv and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels and wind colic By giving health to the ehild it ets the mother, trice ssoo a oottia. aQmwfAwly F. A. CARLTON, V lumbing, Steam and Gasfttting Jnnnnva PROMPTLY AlTENDKB Tn. OFVICB 190 Oeora-Sf cor. Tempi BU btkah heating building. T BSTlBIAras GITEIf. DON'T LEAVE TOWN Until You Hare Read This Advertisement. We have made prices on all our Summer Clothing that will insure the sale of every garment in our stock. July and August are dull months, and we always have a clearing out of odds and ends at prices much below the real value. Our object is to clean np and get ready for the Fall season. Economical buyers will avail themselves of this opportu nity. CLOTHING HOUSE, 110 AND 112 CHURCH STREET BALES IN 18S7 OVKH 7,000 BOTTLES. CALIFORNIA MEDOC CLARET. $3.80 CASE 1 DOZEN QUARTS. GUABACTEEO AN ABSOLCTKLY PURJt, HIGH GRADE, UL11 C LA-RET WINK. THOROUGHLY MATURED AND PARTICULARLY ADAPTED TO GENERAL TABLE USE WHERE A MODERATE PRICED AND BK' - LIABLE ARTICLE OF REAL HER IT IS DESIRED. "MEDOC" CLARET IS RECEIVED BY US IN CASKS AND BOTTLED, CAPPED AND CASED UPON OUR OWN PREMISES UNDER THE MOST CAREFUL SUPER VISION. WE WERE THE PIONEER HOUSE TO INTRODUCE IN THIS MARKET SF STANDARD AND RELIABLE CALIFORNIA RED WINE AT A POPULAR PRICE, AND THE EXTENT TO WHICH OUR EFFORTS HAVE BEEN COPIED IS THE MOST FLATTERING TESTIMONIAL WE CAN OFFER OF THE SUCCESS OF OUR BRAND. "ONE QUALITY THE BEST." EDWARD. E. HALL & SON, 770 CHAPEL STREET, New Haven, Conn. A SPEECH PROM The Republican Candidate. Among the many savinars attributed to Mr Harrl- son, none contaios more practical wisdom than the advice he is said to hava recentlv given a young married couple about to keep houso. 'M ake your purchases," said he, "at headquarters and do not do tea into me raise iaea mat me same gooas can ua naa eisewnere ror less money; ronz me price is lower the aoalitv is donblv so " Thin AnnliM Mr. ticularly to Rubber goods, and there would not be the fault found there Is now with inferior qualities ot Ladles' Waternraof. Men's and Hoys' Rubber Coats, KuDDer nose, Rubber Boots and Shoes, Clothes Wringers, Fruit-Jar Rings, Syringes, Rubber Sheeting', etc., And the thousand other articles made of Rubber, If people would always purchase these goods at a re- sponsioie ruooer store. 40 Per Cent. Of all rubber goods are spoiled in vulcanizing and these goods are sold to Tom, Dick and Harry for what thay will fetch. We keep a high salaried man who thoroughly un derstands rubier to do all of our buying, yet it Is a i act, nevertheless, mat as a rule we sen perrecc goods for less money than Imperfect ones are sold i or eisewnere. Breck Bros., S09 CHAPEL STREET, Headquarters for All; Rubber Goods, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. For the Next Sixty Days THE KUSH H UK riNJS fHUTUS WILL BE AT Parlors, 762 Chapel st. 1 3 CABINETS will constitute a dozen, and one will be finished on an elegant Ullt or Bronze Mount, just imported direct from Germany exclusively lor mis gallery, rar- All Photos will be taken bv our Sew Process Only One Second Required TO MAKE A 8ITTING. All work is the Finest, and Prices away below other first-class galleries. Pr7 Don't pay $6 and $8 for 12 Cabinets when BEERS gives 13 better ones ror J. feveryooay inviiea. jexi s SpeaiccilktLAicwSa OlliS. CHEMICALS. State Stca3ct.3 ZsXaTK&a'SH.OT. REDUCTION. Spring Chickens. FOB BroiliBE-aDi Roaslii, AT REDUCED PRICES. Sauafos, Sweetbreads, Calm' Li yer, Spring Ducklings. Fancy Tomatoes, Cauliflower, Egg Plant. L. G. PFAFF & SOri, 7 and 9 Church street. bbanch, 162 Portsea Street. Ile.hall8.sqn I HEW HAVEN f CONH.-j r Xyou can SAVE MONET by buying' I $rjfr of us. We have the largest stock I yin the State of DIAMONDS, I Neawlw fine watches, jew- AkV ELRY, SILVER-WARE I C VjT BaCLOCKS, BRONZES, I OOsJV iaSfhXoPERA- GLASSES, Vr8p:l!0'rACLE8 VVkEYE-GLA9SES BEN. HARBISON Mpzctetl Notices. A. V. BYRNES. Fine Millinery. Our display embraces Elegantly Trimmed Bonnets . . and Round Hats. Latest Bharjes in Straw Hata and Bonnets in all the new shades and latest combinations of Braids. Also a choice and large assort ment 01 FRENCH FLOWERS All the Novelties in Fanev Ribbons. Laces. Ornaments, etc. Particular attention given to orders. Own materials to match Suits, made np in au ine new s napes. IfflSS A. V. BYRNES, 131 ORANGE STREET, (old number), my7 , cor. Court. Having removed our stock of Carpets, : : Rugs, Draperies, WINDOW SHADES, etc., "- TO 51 CHURCH STREET, (OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE), We are now ready to show New Designs, Colorings and Fabrics. S. R. 1IEMIMWAY. fieiovel. UNDERWEAR AT FOR Geo. E. Dudley's, MEN 799 IN ALu grades. Chanel Street. COACH, CAR AND FURNITURE VARNISHES. OILS, PAINTS, BRUSHES Ac, Ac. BOOTH & LAW, VARNISH MANUFACTURERS AND PAINT DEALERS, Corner Water and 01 ire Street " THROUGH Our customers at the seashore or in the mountains ordering shoes by mail cannot be too particular when sending their orders. Itemize all the points required : toe, width of sole and its thickness, and the use for which the Shoes are intended. The cost of sending Ladies postofhee m the United States cents, with 10 cents additional if miscarriage is slight and registration unusual. Lawn Tennis and Yachting three styles of toe and cut, and "Outing Shoes in stock. B. 842 AND 846 Ju21 eod WALLACE C3r- T- MOPFATT, Paper Bag and Envelope ana JBooKDinaer, 495, 497, 499 and SOI State Street, New Raven, Ct. Blank Books a large variety constantly best material. Grocers' Counter Books. White and Manilla Paper. Pass Books, Index Books, Time Books; all the popular styles and sizes. Pooketbooks a large variety in Seal, Russia and Morocco Leather. Note Paper from the cheap quality to the fine Irish Linen and Wedding Paper. t i - K W. F- GILBERT, 65 CHURCH STREET, opposite P. O 1 79 to 89 RAILROAD AVENUE. WEDDING AT CUTLER'S REMOVED. NEW STORE. NEW GOODS. Everything is now in working order at our New Store, 74 Orange street, .(old No. 68.) In the building known as Loomis' Temple of wmaow sflauo kai. We respectfully invite all our former patrons and the public generally to call and in- peot our styles and judge for -themselves if showrooms in the State. With our increased and guarantee satisfaction in all the different Very respectfully, P. R. JEFFCOTT, Painting, Freseo Painting, Graining, ouaintr, N.B. We have added large line of Artists' Materials. special Notices. 1 ,000 Able Bodied Women Wanted To carry off big presents with every pound of Tea I ana aaiDg rowaer soia as our store una vreea. The leaders are Platters. Teamta. Coffee Pota. Wa ter Pitchers and Moss Rose Dishes; also a new line oi imwwv. Thursday Next Sample Day. We will sell our 50c Teas for SOe and all others 30c less than the regular price (without present). Friday we will give 1 lb ot our Mixed Coffee with even 1 lb ot Tea. and to make it rjleasant we will wall 100 dozen Hnmian OIahh Fruit Saucers at lc each, regular price 4c; only one dozen to each per son wime iney laac GiLsoN American tea co. I 40S State St.. Near Court. Second Tea Store from Chapel street. AND JEWELRY REPAIRING At Short Notice. GOOD WORK AND SEASON ABLE CHARGES. O. J. MONSON & SON, 760 CHAPEL STREET. ju7 TO -THE PUBLIC. New Coal Office, 141 Brewery Street. Parties who want to buy their Winter Coal will save money by ! calling: at the above office and get prices before purchasing elsewhere. 1 he very best jn o. i Lehigh Coal, all sizes, Egg, Stove. Nut. Washed Pea and! the genuine Blacksmiths' Coal, all well screened and the full weight guaranteed. Prompt Delivery. jn!8 3t District of New Haven, as. Probate Court, I Julv 18. A. D. 1888. 1 ESTATE of BENJAMIN F. HUMPHREY of Or ange, in said district, assigning debtor. Th nnnri-. nf Probate for the district of New Haven bath limited and allowed tnree months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said estate, rep resented insolvent, in'which to exhibit their claims thereto; and has appointed Burton Mansfield of New Haven and Charles K. Bush of Orange com mircioTiArH tn receive and examine said claims: and has ordered that said commissioners meet at the I office of Burton Hansneid, X ana 4 lw unamoers, 179 Ohurch street, in said New Haven, on the 16th days of August and October, 1888, at 10 o'clock I in the forenoon of each of said days,for the purpose of attending on tne Dusiness or saia appointment. A. HKATON ROBERTSON. Judee. AU persons indebted to said estate are requested to mafce immediate paymenc 10 Jul7 6t NATHAN T. BUSHNELL, Trustee. Election In the Eleventh Ward. pi accordance with the following order, passed m at tne regular meeting oi ine uourc or com mon Council in Julv. 1883. and aDDroved bv the Mayor July 11th, 18S8, due notice, under provision ot tne uity quarter, is nereDy given oi a peeiai Klecuon in the meventn ware. : Ordered That a-snecial election for one member i of the Court of Common Council, to fill the vacancy ' 1 1 .1. .... . ." n nt IT r. w. TnnAa .1.1.. man of the Eleventh ward, shall be held by the electors ot said ward on monaay, j uiy -a, vxn. For the purposes of said election the polls will be open ai no. luu u erry street on jnonaay, juiy xo, 1080, Detween me nours or o a. m. ana o p. m. SAMUEL A. YORK, Mayor. Edward Li. (JABTUi, Assistant uity Uler. jil18 5t THE MAIL." -High or low heels, the shape of and Children s bhoes to any and territories is from 1 5 to 30 registered. But the danerer of Shoes from $1 to $5, in two or a large variety of Rambling and k CO. CHAPEL STREET. Manufacturer, Printer on hand; special sizes made to order from the G. H. GIDNEY, FEN Dentist, 797 Chapel Street, New llavea, Ct., North side, six doors below Orange. Office open evenings until 9 o'clock. myS4 eod 2p PRESENTS ART STORE. Musio, formerly occupied by the New Haven we have not the most complete Wail Paper facilities we can promise work ot a high order departments of House Decoration. Kalsomlnlns;, ete. special polices. DRY GOODS : MILLINERY : We Cater to No Particular PROVIDE I in sta ntan e o OP CLBARAIC AT- WM. KEEL Y & CO. SUCCESSORS TO Bolton Second Week of Phenomenal Bargains. Oar entire stock is justly Btyled a stock of Bargains. The inducements we offer In every department will be fonnd sufficient to attract Universal Attention And Ensure Rapid and Immense Sales. Space permits ns to make but few quotations; come and see ns; we will show you a Vast Array of Bargains SUIT DEPARTMENT. For 3.9S each, we offer two special lots ana noance on Dottom, Dionse waist, emoroiaerea yoite, miiar uu vuui uu sash. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. For 45 cents per yard, 40 inch Cream yard; only 37 pieces left; won't last long at tnis price. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. For 30 cents each, the "Nantasket" Rough and Beady Sailor Hats. LACE DEPARTMENT. Astonishing Values. In order to reduce tions we have taken all we held at 1UC, 10c, iyc ana auo yara ana uner main m lureo lots, viz.: Lot 1,5c yard; lot 2, 8c yard; lot 3, 10c yard. No remarks. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. For 25 cents each, we offer Gauze Shirts ment being snown eisewnere at 420. HOSIERY DEPARTMENT. For 25 cents each, we offer Ladies' shown elsewhere at a for f l. GLOVE DEPARTMENT. I For 19 cents pair, pure Silk Mitts, 6 price. JEWELRY For 98 cents each, Satin Fans with sticks, in all snaaes; actually worm ja.zo. NOTION DEPARTMENT. For 63 cents ootlle, Hood's Sartaparilla. For 33 cents bottle, Horsford's A. aid Phosphate. For 47 cents bottle, Sozodont. CORSETS. This is positively the last week we can and give first choice so first come. 100 dozen Uoutiile uorsets, nana Donea, ac. 75 dozen Sateen Corsets, double side steel, 49c. 60 dozen Mackinaw Corsets, unbreakable, at 49c. 125 dezen 150 bone, hand embroidered, at 59c. 80 dozen 8 strip Coutille, double side steel, at 69c. 225 dozen 8 strip Sateen, double side steel, all hand embroidered at top, at 79o. 50 dozen Alexandria Cloth, with Sateen strip and "Zone" double side Bte el, at 88c. Children's Shoulder Braces at 50c, Ladies' Shoulder Braces at 60c. Children's Corset Waists at 38c. OXFORD TIES. OXFORD TIES. Althoueh the rush on these goods has been enormous within the past few weeks, yet our Bhelves are stocked full of bargains in the above named goods. It has been our gooa fortune to close out during the past week a number of manufacturers' surplus stock, which will be sold out at astonishingly low figures at this Great Clearance Sale. Ladies' Kid and Bright Uongola uxtora lies, 91. Ladies' Curacoa Kid Oxford Ties in Common Sense and Opera Toe, $1.25. Ladies' Bright Dongola Patent Leather Tipped Oxford Ties, $1.75. Ladies' " " " trimmed and Plain Oxford Ties, $1.98. Ladies' Patent Leather Dongola Foxed Oxford Ties, $1.98. Ladies' Tan Goat Oxford Ties, $1.25 and $1.50. Ladies' French Kid Plain and patent Leather Trimmed Oxford Ties, $2.50, $2.98. Ladies' Kid Opera Slippers, 75c, $1, $1.25. During the Months of July and August OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED ON FRIDAYS at ONE o'clock p. m. WM. MEELT& C CHAPEL, TEMPLE AM DEFTER STREETS, NEW HAVEN, CONN. SEASONABLE LACTART MILK ACID, 25 and 50c per Bottle. HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE, 40 and 80c per Bottle. LACTART CHAMPAGNE. Non-Alcoholic, Sparkling, Invigorating, Aids CONCENTRATED Into a tumbler first put two teaspoonfuls taste, then fill with Iced Milk or Water, stir or shake thoroughly and you will have a deli cious drink. BOSTON GROCERY STORE, N. A. PULLERTON, Proprietor, 910 CHAPEL STREET. Telephone. N. B. This store will close after July 1 at 6:30 p. m.. Monday and Saturdav niehta excepted. I We invite inspection to our full and complete Spin StvlesinCarne are all fresh from the looms and include the newest and latest designs in styles and color ings. We have an especially fine line of chamber furniture in all woods, to which we would call yonr attention. Onr parlor suite room is filled with new suites of our own man ufacture in new and popular styles of coverings. A full line of lace and drapery curtains. window shades, etc. Our wall-paper department is well stocked and Includes everything in wall and ceiling decorations. H. B. ARMSTRONG & CO., 89, 91, 93, 95 and 97 Orange St. LARGEST AND LEADING HOUSE-FUBN1SHING STOKE IN THE STATE. S&pztinl f.0tixeii. CARPETS : UPHOLSTERY Class, But Welcome All and FOR ALL. u s Success THE c? Kl eely. in Every Department. of White Snits. A fine Lawn Skirt of 11 tuck Twilled Flannel, all wool, actual value 60o our stock of Hamburg Edgings and Inser with short or long sleeves, the identical gar Jersey Vests; you can examine these; they are button length, in colors and black; just half SALS. DEPARTMENT. 4 inch Marabout Feather top and real Olive CORSETS. offer the following goods. We reserve nothing Digestion; 15 cts. per bottle, $1.50 per dozen. JAVA COFFEE. of the liquid Coffee, Cream and Sugar to t line of carpets now on display. The goods GOODS s II Mil lire