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Monday, August 20,1888.
YOlsvLVI. (fa. il vim OErmou H FEW V .-, . OP THE . ' -' IIyiBargynsl j-Offfertog ITMs Week : - A Cargo Invoice or Black Sarah Siftti, That we will sell at special low prices for the quality offered. Prices 90c, $1, $1.10 and v? 3& Vard. r- -- .'.'.v... ...;. ... .. Third Case of Fine Scotch Ginghams, Just received and pat an. aale at cents a yard.. .JXba beet good in t he marlcet. . Apeclal In Whlte.Chudda Shawla, ' At $2.25 d $3.90 each. , - "i r' -- jV ; ' r Fancy Tinsel Strip Shawlf, - ; jT At reduced price. Black Cafe!; mere Embroidered piohna at reduced prices. fSlrXiOt of French Flannels, In claida and strirjes. reduced to 38 cents a yam. Assorted Lot or Check, Plaid and Striped White Cotton Goods, t& cents a yard, to eloee -out the stock; old prices 25, 88 and 50o. They must be sold. Selected Lot of Parasols Laid out to be sold at $1 eaoh; a big chance. . SVUborV 76 and 700 THE FAEREN. BROTHERS CO. ,'. MANUFACTURERS OF ' V. MBTAliLIC SPRING BEDS. No. 4 marlTtf Artisan Street, W.F.GHJ1BERT, 65 CHURCH STREET, opposite P. 6 1 79 to 89 RAILROAD AVENUE. Paper Bag and Envelope Manufacturer, Printer and Bookbinder, 495,497, 199 and 01 State St reefy Jtfew Haven, Ct. Blank Books a large variety constantly on hand; special sizes made to order from the best material. Grooers' Counter Books. White and Manilla Paper. . . Pass Books, Index Books, Time Books; all the popular styles and sizes. Pocketbooks -a large variety in Seal, Bussia and Morocco Leather. Note Paper from the cheap quality to the fine Irish LteenjmWeddiii g FapeTj PIANOS. ONE HUNDRED SECOND-HAND SQUARE PIANOS, All the best makers, Steinway, Gabler, Haines, Hallet & Davis, Knabe,; Chickering, Weber and others, from $25 up. - . ' . ' ALSO,. TWENTY-FIVE UPRIGHT PIANOS, ! Tut little used, in first-class order, at M. STEINERT fk SON'S, 777 Chapel Street, New England Agents for Steinway & Sons' and 43 abler Psanos. PIANOS. PIANOS; nttxtiicv Resorts. The Beach House, Savin Rock, West Haven. HOW OPEN FOB- JHrM t'raatlent and Soaanser rnmmJ&S . H.surdera. .- " liir- ' iSt The Beach House has been thorough j renovated, refund and refurnished, and is In every respect a II rut. class summer resort. Open the yeir 'round. JeBl 2m Skeeles' Restaurant . AND . IMTlLKHfj -Beach ircei. Head of Summer, uivni nnrir. The Moat Attractive Place otltoaort 'u Son the frlioro. MOW "X?XMr:-fiXV-r splendid beach and new bathhouses. 'iiul' curiui.' liwras FIFTY 3ENT8, je21tt ctiarlee Sfceelea, Proprietor. CONNECTICUT CONEY ISLAND. Miller's Nott Beach PaTilion. Savin Itock, op. Beacn uonae. . - .itiftna A WWW Urr..l LOT ure lui" " . i-Thom-e' Oicheatra six hours every day . n and eleirant Billiard S-i3room. -Admission free. Now ready to k. iwki. Rnrimental Reunions, Hemes, eta. mu- Wnrt PaTiU' ""a. H.mLxgk.Prop. Merwiu's Point Hotel, Woodmont, Conn. -; v. a. HITCHCOCK, ... Proprietor. mum M. This popular Hotel will be open June jJfStfllst for the Rrti on. It is fitted up with S ' VTtall the facilities of a first-class resort. 1. an. bet bathing grounds on the anorak Picnic parties aoemnmodated. Je6 m MASSASOIT HOUSE, Sarin Rock. West Haren,Conn. u. m Every thing yon want to eat or drink Jof the best. tii-T - BAR CLOSED ON SUNDAY. lell 8m . T. E. TWITCIIELU Continental Hotel, SARATOGA SPRINGS. " imi . Pleasantly ' and centrally located on JrfTrt-r Washington street, only a fw minutej" f f :' Jwalk from Congress Park and the lead. i - Mlinr mineral springs. Nice, airy rooms. The tables supplied with the best ths market af fords. Polite and attentive waiters. Accommoda tions can be secured in advance, at reduced rates. br applying at Hiui' rwiu rAnmno, Ju7aa mo we am 768 Chapel street, HOTEL SEA TIBW, la Rock, West Hsrea, Cobb., TTILT. be open JUNE 16th under toe personal v V supervision ana nwmgouwn. ui E. FREE- MVS , the proprietor The "Sea view" isweii no Anted to rRDllllWl, VUV un home are secured. ureas zacuiuen ior r iuuue, Boating and nhfny. jell to gepl IF YOU WANT THE BEST That i3 What We Sell. The Strortject Oil Colors, The fine! Japan Colors, The Uct Distemper Color Our Railroad Paints and Liquid Honse Paints are the Best la the Market. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396 AND 398 STATE STREET. cvmrirHr Boiigmr. hotels. HQTU QEV0MSHI1E. 2D STRECT, NEW YORK. Dspotiie uraod Central Depot AWOININR LINCOLN BANK. A Rooms from SO cents upwards. Elegant I 9 salts f or tamilies. Restaurant, nrst-eiaas as iimoderate prices. Baggage to ana rrora ae totfree. . 8. L. U45KK iii Excellent Opportunity FOR AN TONS WHO WISHES TO PURCHASE f V A Very Fine Old MUSIC AI, HALL CLOCK. inlaid Bpanlsn "Walnn't Case. All Are invited to call and examine tor inemseivea. .J. 11 obbomjt, Practical Watchmaker, . . NosC 38 and '40 Clinrcii street. m on steia Pnflaet"asi rf in the &ewi)fis" jt Imr - tab Aiiimr cf 1 j- 1 A. jsakuaijn. . eJTTT A WilTi fTICT til hPl- New Haven, Conn. PIANOS. SUB1MEK EXCURSIONS. THE ELEGANT EXCURSION STEAMER, MABQABET. Double -dally trips BELLE DOCS trips (Sundays excepteqi K. New Haven. BRANFORD POINT. IPAWSON PARK1 and the THIMBLE ISLANDS. Leave New Haven 8:45 am; leave New Haven g p. m. Leave Pot Island 11:30 a.m; arrive New Ha ven I p. m. Leave Pot Island 5:W p. m., arrive New Haven : 45 p. m. R.fa. nf f .t-M hntween New Haven and Branf ord Point 2So; excursion 40o. " - rawson rara xx; " " i 1 Pot Island, 80c; " BOo. BWd i T. R1TTJ) ud tnln service for Excursion Parties from points on the line of the Consolidated R.R. SpeokuSUNDAY EXCURSIONS will be run nisl ntrm tor Picnics and Parties call on or address iini liny tm MMnn , nr wmm hi racBruijJjc buv srssejsa. et innvr , uww J. H. Asntaa. Gen'l Pass. Agent. jeSStt RAYMOND'S VACATION EXCURSIONS. . All Traveling Expenses Included. rarnes will leave nam aonuM, ii.ra and Monday, October 8, for TWO GRAND TRIPS DIRBOT to SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. These trips are designed for persons who desire to reach Southern CalifoJnia by a direct route and as expeditiously as may be consistent with perfect imfrt The halts br the way are Intended for rest. The trips will be carried out upon the same piSa tOM nas mue our winter unuiiwa wi m mn uMtntaM. sjid noDnlar. and rick- tholders wiU peeseas all the advantages given in connection wit n the later excursions in tne season of 1888 89. The tickets supply everr needed eom- Mi4-riiir1fir the bAnslts to ana from California, in- eluding sleeping-car accommodations, meals, trans fen and board at hotels, but leave the holders to dispose of their time in California in aeoordaace wita their own preferences. All Travel 1st Palace 81eeslBcCara. Tile Ketnrai 11aK eta deal tin til Jalr, 1889. wit T - Cttolee er Klve msFerent Koates I wiri from Man Vrmuelaeo er K,ms MlM. iaias- Asi I In addition to the above, parties will leave Sep tember 10 for the Yellowstone National Park, the Pacific Northwest and California, and "Around the nimio" in nolorado: and October 8 for the Pacific Northwest and California and for Colorado. Also Eighteen Autumn Trips to popular Northern and Eastern resorts during tne montn or Beptemoer. - W. RAYMOND. L A. WHITCOMB. Or Send for descriptive circular, (designating the particular trip aeairea.) W. RAYMOND. 298 Washington street (opposite School at.,) Boston, Has. nuiaii mj o. Starin's Glen . Island. THE MOST BEAUTIFUL Day Summer Resort in the World. J A veritable Fairy xana. mvn CONCERTS DAILY. Ebon's Military I tt R&nd and David's Island Band. Extensive Menagerie and Aviaries, Mammoth natural Aqua rium. Rare Fish and Sea Monsters. Rare Plants, Magmdcent Foliage and Nature's Choicest Flowers. Wnriri Renowned aim Island Clambakes. Klein Deutschland the Castle Bordered Banks of the River Rhine. Superb Bathing, Boating, Fishing, Bowling and Billiards. . THE STEAMER JOHN H. STARIN, CAPTAIN MoALISTER, Will make the nrat trio THURSDAY. Julv 5th. and from that date to the close of the season will make TWO TRIPS WEEKLY from New Haven to GLEN ISLAND AND RETURN Every Tuesday and Thursday, From ST ABUTS PIER, foot of Brewery street (Ave minutes' walk from Railroad Depot), at 8:80 a. m. sharp. Returning, leave Glen Island at 8:80 p. m. sharp, arriving in new Haven at :o p. m. Excumon xicaets (new uaven w uien Island and return) - . . . . . . 75 cents. Tickets one way ...... . B0 cents. r are irom uien tsiana to new x ora . zd cenis. Thomas will furnish the mnsro on the uoat. No intoxicating drinks on this steamer. Olen Island will be protected bv Uniformed Po lice. I-Adiee and Children unattended will find nothing to mar their pleasure. u. so. vuiiJUiin, Agit, etans-a tier. PUT- No free Hat. j39tf ClIAHLES S. HAMILTON. Attorney and Counsellor at Law TALE BANK BUILDING CORNER CHAPEL AND STATE BT8 olary Pnblio. Hew Havea.Oown. WILLIAM A; WEIGHT, Attorney and Connselor-at-Law, : 153 Church. St., cor. Court st. Omci Hours o a. m. to 12 ;m. and from S to S'r . m. On Satarday evenings front 7 to s o clo Commissioner or iieeas- E. P. AKVIKE, ATTORNE1TAT Rooms ft snd ir, Church K PARIS UNIYERSrlL EXPOSITION of 1689. -OFFICE OF THE U.S. COnffltlSSION, 85 WALL 8TRE4T, NEW YORK. AH persons, firms or corporations who desire to make exhibits at the above named Exposition are hereby notified that information and blanks for ap plications tor space will be famished by the under signed upon application at the above address. WH. B. FRANKLIN, Com'r General. . BOMEaVILLS F, TUCK, Asa't Com'r Oanaral. IMiv svwftwla . i BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE. O Block house, oentrally located. 11 rooms, modem ' improvements. Must be sold. $J,100. Two family house, 10 rooms, city water and ga s on Orchard street near Martin street, $3,000. One family house, 8 rooms, pleasantly located on Exchange street; to close an estate. 12,400. .? right room hoes, -large let.- fire minutes walk from Winchester armory, $2,000. - On. .ml! tinnmw 9 NMxm, nnn mile' from fHfcv iHall, near street cars, $1,800. Horace P. Hoadley, - HOABtSY BCII.DIHG. , Open Evenings. IT FOR RENT, SHnrf. floor rooms, near the corner of Chanel I , and Orange street, suitable for physicians1 or !w L insurance cfHces. aul7 7t H. P. HOADLEY. Administratrix Sale of Beat Estate IN THE Town of Guilford, Conn. m Pursuant to an order of the Probate Court for the District of Guilford the undersigned will sell for and on account of the adminis tratrix of the estate of John Johnson the celebrated heAdlroadatk" ReY. W. H. H. HTur S. ' ray Farm, . , Situate in the town of Guilford, within half hoar's ride from New Haven, two and a half hours from New York city; located on high ground, facing Long Island Sound, of -which and surrounding towns there are extended views. This desirable property was lately owned by Rev. W. H. H. Mur ray: who spent Thousands of Dollars thereon in buildings suitable for stock raising and other pur posesT The farm embraces about 200 ACRES and divided Into, prime- grass, pasture and wood land, and a large portion of which is Improved. There are . three dwellings and farm buildings on the place and are so located that a division can easily be made to suit purchasers. One stable contains 20 box stalls; also coach houses, sheds, etc., etc., Fairbanks' hay scales, blacksmith shop, and a pow erful windmill for pumping water from never fail ing supply. This property must be sold to close the estate, either in one block or by division as customers may desire, and can be sold on very accommodating terms. Never was a more ravor- imnubinlhi nffanvi j lnokATS SJld bUVerS Of aura .I'l"1" J . . ... - j farm property, particularly to anyone desiring a stock raising, or grazing and pasture for horses, or farming purposes. For particulars apply or address aul6 tf . New Haven, Conn. FOR RENT. tl erood House, located central, and take the rent In bomrd. House Kao ninA mAmH with the imorovements: to a small, responsible family POSSESSION AT OS.CE. Also a first-class house, furnished, and barn near the college, in fine location, and a few tenemen's. FOR SALE. A number of good houses on Howard avenne. Vernon street and others. Lota on wnauey ave nue, Winthrop avenue and Derby avenue, on easy terms. . . . ... . . Money to loan on real enaw ai o ytsr wa. v. 8 Ctoarcn street, Keonm 8, Benedict's Balldinc. Office open evenings from 7 to 6. L. FCOMSTOCK & CO. For Sale or Exchange, A brick house, centrally located, for one in the western part of the city. , THERON A. TODD, 'r - 787 Chapel street. n!8 PECK SPERRY, Jm steal Estate and Colleetlns Aeent. I "11 - Special attention paid to care of t.'"l x REAlj ESTATE. Rents Promptly Collected. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Patronage solicited. Office 86 Orange street, au8 8m New Haven, Conn. FOR SALE, A Brick House oi George street. MUST SELL. ' B. JOHN T. SLOAN, 688 Chapel Street. FOR SALE, mThe property 64 and 66 Hill street; lot 40x156. A desirable central property for renting. The owners l eing out of the State are anxious to sell. . MEBWIN'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE, au6 -759 Chapel Street. ninman'1 Real Estate and Loan Agency. FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. 63 Cnuren street, Room 1. Open evenings Honey to loan at 5 per cent. Desirable real 1 estate. Shore cottages for sale or rent. Savin Rock property, comprising i acres. the finest site for hotel on the Bound. The care of sroperty a specialty. 3g L. B. HINMAN. FOR SALE, THE THREE STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE No. SO Some Place 18 OFFERED FOR SALE CHEAP, . A.tfMownar -will remove from thecltv. I This house is in first-class condition, has all ! th. mnriM-n imnrovementii. 12 finished rooms. painted walls throughout, hot and cold water, bath, stationary wash tuba, etc eto. For particulars, apply or aaaress Reecher'a Exchange, 769 Chapel street. Jesatf FOR SALE, A very desirable house and lot on Prospect street: other real estate might oe taken in change, inquire or J. P.TlllllipB, GLEBE BUILDING, from 9 a.m. to 12 m. jeSl TO LET. nn willsidl one of the best amiolnted small eassimere or worsted mills in New England. L Address A.WALU OS tf 8,160 Lenox avenue. New York City. FOR SALE. The hamestead of the late Thomas Ailing, 1,889 Chapel street: has ail moaern improve .ments. Will be sold low to does out the es tate. Inquire of a.j.hakhuuiit, jei tf water wwt. FOR RENT. Vive rooms corner of Park and South sta.: s vm rvmti, Mn. fttAte street: five rooms. 1 wl. street, rair Hkta.:. and several other I tenements in aarerent parts or tne ciiy. apistr J awo nMii.tsiwuuTqiHwu. A Few Hnndred Dollars Will Se . enre a Good Home. - jana. ONK-FAMILY HOU8E. 900 Atwater street. II 1 House and barn, 29 Auburn street. Two-tam- AMkily house. No. 11 Clay street. Two-family within ten davs. Also for rent, first floor 78 Wooi- sey street; first floor 10 Newhall street; 115 Portsea street: 121 Portsea street; 810 Congress avenue, and hmmm floor 29 A nhnrn street. A. ffl. HWIni, nuusE atuvaoi, uiiius 69 CHURCH pTK r.r'1. noia BUILDING GEE LOTS AND HOUSES aasL OWNED AND FOB SALE BY M ASSEN A Cli ARK Room No. 1, 87 Church St.. CLASK BDXLDINO. Terms Easy, on the Installment Plan if Ken. Hired. BUILDING LOTS f routine Lamberton St.. Cedar St., John st., Grant St., St. Ronan st, Arch St., Red- A I . . T 1 n- 117... Wa.hi.Btna . Mam. ran mm p., , , co di.., tt mni i mwu , jw ris St., Wilson St., Oak St., Evergreen court. Rosette St., Starr St., Harriett St., uassea n., newnau St., 8 tate St., Cold Spring St., Everett st., Cassiusst., Howard av., Greenwich av., Hallock av., Kimberly av Whitnev av.. Dixwell sr.. Columbus av.. Win throp av., Winchester av. Lots in Allingtown and Orange Center, Derby av.. East Haven. Lots in Hamden near the church. Lots In Branf ord and Augerville. Lota and house on east shore (Light house point). Houses and lota In Montowese. One large house and lot corner Olive and Wooster sta. one large store on state street. imar mock. Crown st. Block house No. S Sylvan av. Block nouae lu Home mace (uourt sti. spienaia ractory siie, etc., etc. Farm CO acres, Montowese, North Haven. Farm 306 acres. North Branf ord. - m5tf FOR SAL.E. A new brick house aaitabie for two f ami. lies ana a rrame house on Orchard street. L One two familv house on Elm street. One two family house in Fair Haven. Two two-family houses on Gill street. Building lota on Dwight street and in Weetville. Also 11 acres meadow land in Oranire. The above will be sold at low prices and on easr terms. A. D.BALDWIN, apiece 87 Gin street. . For Sale In West Haven. DWELLING HOUSES, cottages and deeu Lable building lots, shore cottages and cottage ots. Also small farms near West Haven and the shore. Apply to WALTER A. MAIN. flStf West Haven. i FOB SAL'S. a For sale a good two family house. ; on very accommodating terms. money Wanted. Money wanted A few loans on first nmtnM R. E. BILDWUVs Beal Estate Agaacy, 818 Chapel Bt. FOR REST. TMfc desirable one family house, No. 38 Veet. For particulars inquire at 133 uaiUB STREET. stir d bargain, en reasonable terms, one of i d finest . undeveloped summer resorts In .Connecticut; S5 acres of land, a good house i rooms, two barns; one of the most romantic ra vines; a natural waterfall of 60 feet; beautiful view through one of the richest valleys to the monument on &ast bock: elegant grove of walnut and maple trees. Just the place for a large hotel, only twelve miles from New Haven, near railroad and on one of the pleasantest drives out of the city. Call on or . 5r . . - wua.ni, jou urange street, Ju2B eodtf New Haven. Conn. LADIirPgyfi lonr Own TyelM0f, at Home. They will dye every thin. Thev are sold even where. Price lea. a package. Thsy havenoeqiul iw ounaskii, .Dng-ntneB, Amount in jracKageS' or for Fastness of Color, or rioa-fadingQualitiea. Tasy do not crook er smut; 40 solera. Tor sale by J. 8. Cobum, New Hav tnaoy, and br Weatker Keeerd. worn Ava. 13. 1888. 10. A. H. 80.04 S9.99 77 19.08 70 79 Thermometer Humidity ..: .86 Wind, direction and . velocity i - per hoar feather Nt SW8 Clear 8W8 Clear Cloudy Mesa temperature, ',. r t aV7 Sr&i mto. mp. 65; rainfall, .00 j Max. Telocity otwtvA,t tty or Iran. ; I , or dendeacy of temperature since I Total flMn or awwra ToSexoBsi or deficiency of predpiUtion slnos Jan. 1, 'Z-ia in. H. J. OOX. Sgt. Big. Oorpa. Note: A minus sign t Jpreflxed to thermometw Hloh Srindicat a tr-e of nreoipitetion tod small to measure. Snowtamelted and resulUng depth of water i ted under rainfall. ' BIWUTtlBBALIBAIiAi: ' ' AUG. 80. So Rises, Bus 8ns, 5:03! 6 45! Moos Sara, 2:89 I Hiob Waras, I iv.uo DEATHS. OATLIN - In this city, on the 19th Inst.; William B. OONVERSE-in West Haven, on the 19th Inst., ml 'Jni ire nlsce from his late residence. n - . nmMT. wed as ream 160 State streets tw" J H o'idock Friends and acquaintances are respect fully invited to attend. Remains willbe taken to Enfld, Conn., for interment. W- Hartford, Conn., and Springfield, Mass., Papers please copy. HASTINGS In this city, Aug. 17th, Alice G-, wife . . nr Da.lnrt Aired 45 VeaTB. t Funeral from 80 Gregory street Monday at S p. m. VmAtirtn Ana raiBlIrW UlTiwu w smwaau. UUa g.8TOWn Sucit William C.Bristol. BRISTOL In aged 71 years. Interment in Woodbury, Conn. MARINE LIST. PORT OF NEW HAVEN. ASHXTBD. gch John J. Hanson, Stevens, Phils., coal. Sch Alien Gurney, Qurney, N. Y., coat OLSAaan. Sch Luther T. Qarrettson, Crawford, Norfolk. Sch Rebecca, Woodruff, Norfolk. Sch Melissa Trask, Trask, N. Y. Sch Reaper, Collins, . Sch Anna B. Jacobs, Wilson. N. Y. NOTICE. In order to bring the superior qualities of the JOURNAL AND COURIER as an advertising medium within reach of all, ONE CENT A W0KD for each insertion will hereafter be charged for WANTS, BENTS and other sma'l mis cellaneous advertisements. The Carrington Publishing Co. t:minfttee on Ordinances. fTTHE Committee on Ordinances will meet on X Monday, Aug. SO, 1888, in Rooms 10 ana . All persons Interested in the following proposed ordinances are respectfully requested to appear and be heard in reference thereto : Amendment to ordinance de hacks at Union de- UnllllAlKS CO cow IKUW wi itw mhwvw, basins, etc. , ... Ordinance de proper construction and malnten- Ordinance prohibiting tne crying oi warrs uunug early morning nourg. Ordinance de arainage ana piuiuotng. AmnnHment to Section 12.-Oitv Ordinances, relat ing to asseming and paying benefits and damages. By order of Alderman Dailey, chairman. EDWARD L. CAHILL, anSOlt . Assistant C'ty Clerk. Of Interest to Honse Owners AND any desiring PAPERING and DECORAT ING. Money can be saved by calling on Allen Drew, 385 Orchard street, Near Elm. where he intends to sell a large stock of WALL PAPER ana iKliata to matco, AT COST PRICK, For the next 30 days. 8,003 rolls of the latest pat terns and designs must be sold. Also, Kalsomlnlnt;, Graining, Interior ana juxterior uonie ramuni, AT EQUALLY LOW PRICES. AIXEN DREW, . 2S5 Orchard Street, auSOeodtf New Haven. Conn. Brown & Cook, The Reliable Decorators. Plain and Decorative Paper Hang ers and Kalaonuneri. 25 WALLACE 8TKEI3r. -site respectfully invite our former patrons and W public in general to give us a call, and we can promise their work done in a high order and guarantee sauszacnon in an geiiwuiwuw v. " , . . Decorations at the lowest prices. Painting In all of it hr.nhm- lowest Dricee and satisfaction guaran teed. All work promptly attended to. Hoping to receive a share of the werx of our rnenas ana puo- 11c in general, we remain, very respeotiuuy. BROWII dc COOK, 850 WALLACE STREET. au20 STOCKS AND BONDS FOR SALE. 95 shares Air Line RR. preferred. 100 shares Grilley Company. 10 shares N. K. ana n. J. teiepnooniu. 10 shares Security Insurance Company. 20 ahares Yale National Bank. 100 aharea American Bank Note Company. SLS nnO Hnnubwtfl RR. ss of 1937. . 10,000 Chicago A No. West RR. 6's of 198S. 10,000 Chicago, Burlington A Q. RR. 6's of 191S. $:0.000 City of Bath, Maine, i'l. . 810,000 San Antonla and Aransas Pass, 1st 8 a Lombard Investment Company. Guaranteed six per cent. Donas. W. T. HATOH & SONS, BANKERS. TOILET REQUISITES. THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF Fine Sundries for the Bou doir or Bath, To be Found In the City, Is bow on onr shelves and la constantly re plenished tosnit the times and season. Imoorted and Domestic Hand kerchief Extracts; all the popular odors from the best makers. Coloenes and Bar Ram, Toilet Waters, Lotions, Powders and Cosmetics for softeniDg ths skin and preserving ths com plexion; rail Boxes, fans. fer., FUe. and ScU-or.. manicure uooai, r.au srusues, cut- Hair Brushes, in Irorr, wood and Celluloid. Ralh Brushes. Flesh U loves, Towels ana sponges. In oonneotion with onr Dental department we have a moat complete line ox Tooth Preparation! As recommended br ths leading dentists. Brushes in great variety of shapes and material. Pencils for removing tartar. t Tooth Powders and Washes for dressing the teeth, purifying the breath and hardening the gams. Lather Brushes, ttszori, strops, Shaving Soaps and Creama, as famished the leading barbers for their own use. Dressing Cases, empty or filled, com plete and compact for the table or valise. Pocket Flasks, Drinking Cnps, Cork screws, Champagne Faucets, Pocketbooks, Sidebooks and fnrses, together vntn onr usual stock of Novelties in Leather, Ivory and Cnt Glass. Cenulne Goods at Bottom races. - E. L. WASHBURN, 84 Gliiircli aafl 61 Center st, NEW HAVEN. E. D. HENDBB, dOOUEUBOB TO- W. D. BRYAN, iTOR TAILO n. IT cnilRCH tT ASK. JOS THE No bones oyer hip to break. Quickly and perfectly adjust ed to the lorm. Doable Bone! Double Steel! Double Beam! WARRANTED. SOLD VLHYWHHHE. Sample Duplex Corset by mail, post-paid, , lor Uflfi lAiniina. Bortree Elfg. Co., Jackson, Mich. THE I New Haven Heat Supply Co ANNOUNCES to'its patrons and to those who desire to make connection with its mains that it will resume its business on l he opening of tbe heatiBg season, and is ready now to take and fill orders tor new wuuwi "j aul4 UIX A. HOUI, Snpt. News by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS. INDIANS BEADY FOR WAR Band of Sioux Break from the Reservation. YELLOW- FEVER SPREADING Worse Reports from Jack sonville and Vicinity. "i DRUMMERS VISIT GEN. HARRISON Imnortant Bills In tne Senate This Week. . ED8KIR8 QM THE KAKPAGB. Large Band of Slonx E.eave Tbelr Reservation A massacre JFeared Cavalry From Vort caster la sfnr. salt. . Pine Eidgk Aqknct, Dak., Aug.19. There was a great commotion here yesterday when it was learned that a large band of Sioux had gone to the Cheyenne country on the Tongue river in defiance of objections by Agent Gal lagher. They left word that they were to attend a sun dance, but it is feared they have more serious intentions, as. they have often threatened to join the Cheyennes and massa cre the unprotected whites along the Tongue and Powder rivers. The Indians requested Agent Gallagher ta allow them to go to the Tongue river country last week, but the lat ter suspecting that there would be trouble refused to permit them to leave the reserva tion. As soon as it was learned that the Indians had gone a telegram was sent to Gen eral Bnprer, who wired Colonel Dudley at Fort Custer to send out troops at once to in tercept them. In the afternoon two compa nies of the FirBt cavalry started in hot pur suit across the country to meet the recalci trant reds. The troops are in command of Major J. W. Hamilton and First Lieutenant R. P. Wainwright. It is believed that a bloody battle-will be fought before the Sioux are taken back to their reservation, as they are in a bad state of mind and reported well armed. . : DKTJIHiriKHS VISIT (JEN. HABBHON, Anel Se Entertains Them Wltls Speech, Partly Personal and Partly About the TarlaT. Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 19. The com mercial travelers of Indiana and Illinois paid their respects to Gen Harrison yesterday. Among other things Gen. Harrison said: I am particularly glad that a class so large and so influential and one that touches so many communities is loyally and earnestly devoted to the principles of the Republican party. I have traveled somewhat in the wake of the commercial men and have observed that they have the habit of getting the best of every thing wherever they go. (Applause and laughter.) I am, therefore, quite ready'" to credit the statement of the gentleman who has spoken in your behalf, when he told me that the commercial travelers are all Repub licans. Let me suggest but this one thought do not let any one persuade you that this great contest as to our tans policy ia one between sohedalea. It is not a question of 7 per cent, redaction. (Applause.) It is a question be tween wide apart principles.. The principles of protection; the intelligent recognition in the framing of our tarifE laws of ths duty to protect onr American industries ana main tain the American scale of wages by adequate ; discrimination of duties on the one hand, and on the other a denial of the constitutional right to make our customs duties protective on ths assertion of the doctrine that free competition with foreign produots is the ideal condition to which all our- legislation should tend. , (Applause.) Xet me, now, in behalf not only of myself, bat of my family, thank yon for your visit ana ask yen to visit our home again. (Applause.) General Harrison's FiflrFirth Birth day. Indianapolis, Aug. 19. General Harrison passed a quiet " Sabbath preparatory to his I trip to Middle Bass Island. He spent the af ternoon in the country, returning home this I evening. To-morrow ia his fifty-fifth anni versary. He will leave sometime during the afternoon or evening for Toledo, but the time of his departure and the route he will take have been careiauy wituneia irom tne puDiio owing to the general's desire to make the trip as quietly ana unostentatiously as possi ble. IN HEOOBf OF SHERIDAN. Memerlal Services Held In Salem and Sprlngnela. Saxjck. Mass., Aug. 19. General Phil Sheridan post to-day held a memorial ser- vfos at the Lafayette street church. The al ! tar was draped with the flag that covered Sheridan's casket while enronte from Non- quitt to Arlington. In front of the pulpit a large picture of the general. Rev. Dr. Baoev. a veteran of the Sixth Pennsylvania cavalry, who fought under Sheridan, gave a touohlng tribute of the dead hero. The chorea waa niiea to overnowing. SraiKomu), Aug. IS. Services in mem ory of General Sheridan ware held at the City Hall this afternoon under the direction of Wilcox post. The speakers were Msyor Msynard, lie v. v. v. Simons, uoionei Jonn L. Bice, Msjor H. M. Brewster and Com- The exercises were attended by the two local militia companies, Uoionei Humnton, Lieu tenant Clark, with a detachment of twenty regulars from the government arsenal, the ! grand army post, woman 'a jKeiiex corps ana bonsot veterans. LIVE Id THE MOUNTAINS. Brilliant asisl Exhilarating Society Event at Fabyan'e Lovely costumes, Fabtah Housx, N. H., Aug. 20. About a dozen New Haven people are at the Fabyan House, White mountains. Among the lat est New Haven arrivals are S. Q. Smith and ill. Oscar Hargsr. W. C. Pease, of Hart ford, F. W. Adams, of Bockville, F. Arm strong and wife and D. W. Armstrong, of Bridgeport, also arrived Friday; also present from New Haven are Mr. and Mrs. Shonin- ger and three daughters. The Fabyan was ths scene of the greatest social event of the season as the mountains last night. n.very' bodv has been on the qui vive for a week over the affair. The guests of twenty-eight mountain hotels were invited and large dele gations were present. A bright and lovely scene of gaiety waa preBentea. ins aaair took place in the Fabyan house parlors. It was a masauerade and fancy dress party. Many unusually elaborate and exquisitely ! beautiful toilets were noticeable, which were made no by the most artistic New York dressmakers. There is sreat rivalry among tbe hotel men concerning the preparations of outfits for the tally-he parade to-day. Hitherto the rig prepared bv Mr. - Barron at Fabyan's has taken tne leaa, ana ne piumtM w suuw uoii- ter sashions than ever uus urns. 'THE FLEET DISBANDS. L ForUest cssiisus Euiwara( Anetnar Meanalns at Newport While the Larcer Fart Katun Home. Newport, Aug. 18. The cruise of the New Haven Yacht club whloh disbanded here to day haa been most successful. Other than the regatta at Mvstio Island theie has been no racing, and the entire run has been free from any attempts to show the superior sail ing qualities of sny boat over those of another. The fleet will not go to New Bed ford, some of the yachts continuing east ward, others returning home, while still others will remain here to witness the New York club's race for the Citizens' cup. Com modore Clark, B. B. Hopkins and Fleet Captain Morgan, and the Marguerite with Messrs. Feck, Durham and Foekett will re main here. Those eager to reach home are detained by the rolling billows outside of Point Judith. The Wild Pigeon with Frank Wheeler, Fred Brewer, W. W. Price and Zaoh Chandler have gone eastward, and Vice Commodore Seymour has weighed anchor bound in- that direction. ' A Child's Fatal Fall. f Habttobd, Aug.-'19. The five year old son of A. J. O'Connor, a local mail agent, waa killed this afternoon by falling a distance of thirty feet while sliding down stair banis iterm, . -: .. " . . A TRB1CHEBOCS FIBB. AppireBtly Sakdmesl onee Only To Break: Ont . Acata la Destroy tjlC ; OOO WortM Of Prwperty. Habtford, Conn., Ang. 19. The White paper mills in Soffield were foand to be on fire Saturday afternoon ia the attic-, presumably-from spontaniona combustion among matches; and rnbbish stored there. - The fire was apparently extinguished hat broke out again this morning entirely destoying the main building. The loss will probably amount to from $15,000 to $20,000. Insured as follows: -Etna of fiartford,2,50t; Home, $3,500: Hartford, $3,500; National of Hart ford, $1,000; Montauk, $1,000; Washington, $750. AU this insnrance waa on buildings and machinery, and in addition there was $1,000 on stock. The mill waa operated by rl. u. . white ot Manchester, Conn., and made manilla paper only. ernDlovinor sixteen nanus. . THIS WEEK. IN 4JONQKESS. The Fisheries Treaty for Tuesday Bills to Admit New States WUl Fol low Hard to Obtain st Quorum in the Honse. WASHXtfOTOir, August 19. It is probable that the fisheries debate in the Senate will be suspended on Monday for the presentation of the conference on the Jiavy appropriation bill, but this is not expected to give rise to extended debate. The treaty is to be dis posed of on Tuesday, and is to be followed, according to present ' understanding, by the Washington territory bill. The bills to ad mit North Dakota and Montana are next on the Republican caucus, and if disposed of be fore the end of the week, which is not likely, the Senate bill to repeal the pre-emption and timber culture lawa and amend the home stead law may be taken up. During the week Senator Wilson, of Iowo, will seek an opportunity to speak on the Jackson, Miss., election riots, and Senator . Chandler will make a speech on the Louisiana elections. The attendance of members in the House has fallen off to a point where a quorum can be obtained only with difficulty, and a single objection is usually sufficient to defeat legis lation. For this reason it is probable that little can be done this week beyond disposing of the appropriation bills. The effort to pass the general deficiency appropriation bill will be renewed to-morrow or Tuesday, Confer ence reports on the army and navy appro priation bills are also ready for action and will be followed later in the week by the conference report on the sundry civil appro priation bill. Pensions For Connecticut Residents. Washington, August 19. Pensions have been granted to the following residents of Connecticut: Increase, John Ludwiok,Plants ville; Charles Shanley, Meriden; Caroline, mother of John T. Holmes, Dsnbury; Fran ces A., widow of Thomas Wood, Bridgeport. YELLOW FEVEB SPREADING. The Scourge Afltlcts Several Southern Cities Official Renorts or the Death Rate. Washington, Aug. 19. In a telegram to Surgeon Generat Hamilton last night, dated Jacksonville, Dr. Mitchell, president of the county board of health, states that the fever is becoming more severe. For the twenty- four hours preceding 6 p. m. yesterday there was one new case, one death and two recov eries; cases under treatment eighteen. Total number of cases to date thirty-six, deaths five. From Manatee Surgeon Murray reports that the total number of oases there have been twenty-five- but there have been no new cases since August 11. Every house where the fever has existed has been thoroughly fu migated and the bedding oleaned. At Pal metto there was on case on the 15th, two on the 16th, two on the 17th and none on the 18th. Restrictive measures have been adopt ed there. From Tampa Dr. J. P. Walla of the county board of health telegraphed that there had been but one mild case since his last redort. Up to date there have been eleven cases, of whioh three died with the black vomit. Evidence oi anotner lever ex ists, probably mild dengue- There is but one esse of yellow fever now under treatment at Ttmns. The president of the Orange county board of health and other prominent citizens telegraph that there is no yellow fever in the county ana asx tor a rigia investigation. Jacksonville, Aug. 19. Five new cases of fsver were reported to-day and one death, William Adams, at Sand Hills. All the new cases are traceable to the two known foci of infection, showing that the disease is not ep idemic. There was no artillery firing to-nicht. Several guns will be In servioe to-morrow night. DEATH OF A NOTED MAN. Setb Green. Who Has Don so Irlaeh For Artlnelal Propagation of Flsb Passes Away. Bochzstxr, N. Y., Aug. 20. Seth Green died at 1:03 o'clock this morning, sged seven ty-one. Seth Green was born in Rochester "March 19, 1817. He early manifested a passion for hunting, fishing and woodoraft, and in 1837 conceived the plan of artificial propagation of fish. In 1867 he discovered a method of artificially impregnating dry Daws. and soon after began tbe propagation ot nsn as a ousinees. in 1867 he made successful experiments in the propagation of shad on the Connecticut river at Holyoke. The work rapidly spread and in 1869 he was appointed . one of the New York State fish com missioaers. In 1871 he transported the first shad ever taken to California, tnereny es tabus nine the shad fishery on that coast, He has also hatched artificially the spawn of many other kinds of fish and received gold medals in acknowledgment of his services. A Rival To tbe Whiskey Trast. St. Louts. Aug. 19. A combination of wholesale liquor dealers have organized with a stock of $100,000 to build a distillery with a daily capacity of two hundred brrrels. The organization is a rebellion against the whis key trust whion, It is claimed, nss nxea tne price of high wines entirely out or propor tion to that of distilled goods. Germany's Flans In Africa. Berlin, Aug. 18. It is announced that Lieutenant Wieamann, who is now in Egypt, enroute to Zanzibar, is a member of the Emin Bay relief expedition. If the expedL tion is successful, it is intended to form commercial highway, with stations from the lakes eastward. H ot this purpose tne uer- man-African Lakes company' will be form ed. Three German generals in the service of Turkey have resigned, owing to non-receipt of salary. A Prettr Set sfBoys, Salxx, Mass., Ang. 19. John J. Fox, seed sixteen, was arrested this morning for burglarizing the store of George H. Goldsmith, dealer in cigars, periodicals, eto. A quantity of cigars were recovered. Fox confessed that he was a member of an organ' ized gang of youthful burglas, and gave the namee of seven others. All will be arrested, Tbe Baeealaareate at Chantaaa.ua. Chautauqua, N. Y., August 19. Bishop Vincent, chancellor of the Chautauqua uni versity, this morning delivered the baccalau reate address to 400 members of the Chau tauqua literary and scientific class for 1888. A large number of others also were present. The bishop preached from Hebrews x, 1, pre senting uod's example in teaching tne chiia- ren of Israel la the winderness as a model of moral teaching and christian ' work in ths present day, Upon the invitation of the Piedmont Chautauqua association Hon. Wil liam MoKlnley, it., left to-night for Atlanta, Ga. He will speak at the Chautauqua, near Atlanta, on Tuesday on the subject of "Pro tection." Mr. If cKinley went in a speoial provided by Senator .Brown of Georgia, es corted oy uoionei jauck and ex-uovmor Bullook, a committee sent here for that pur pose. ' - Fire Cent s a Head to See tbe Thlngvalla ' Halifax, Aug. 19. People wishing to see the Thlngvalla, which was in collision with the Geiser, are oharged S cents admission to the wharf where she lies. Crowds vistted the wharf to-day. The money is to go to the Halifax sailors home. , , No further particulars were received to-day from the scene of the wreck of the Norweg ian steamer Liberte, whloh struck on- White island on Friday night last. There is no doubt that she is a total loss. None of the crew have yet arrived in this city. Tbe Pope Afflictea With Kbeamatlam, Bomb, Aug. 19. The Pope is suffering from rheumatism. He wss able to give au dienoe to-day to several cardinals. Of Interest to Western Cattle Owners, Fort Smith, Ark., Aug. 19. Commission er Brsslove has decided that the Chickasaw nation has no right to collect the cattle tax of fl a head from non-citizens of the na tion. This settlement of a much troubled queetion is of muoh importance to the 73,000 non-citisens of the nation who have large cattle interests and who, in fact, comprise the greater part of the population. BASE BALI. AT BBIDGEPOBT. Oar Corset Workers Meet Waterloo Tbe Clam of Last Rat air day Bridge port's Hospitality. About 250 people left this city on the 1:35 p. m. train for Bridgeport Satarday. They were in high spirits and intended to ahow the Bridgeporters how to play ball, but they came back a sadder but wiser crowd. The party was made up of a nine and its support ers from the base ball enthusiasts of the New Haven corset manufactories. All wore white badges suitably inscribed. When they arrived in Bridgeport they were met by a crowd rigged up in like manner, and taken in stages to the bsse ball grounds on Bar naul's winter quarters. - - The names of the New Haven corset work ers and the positions- they played are: Kapitzke, c; P. Condorff, p.; B. Keim, lb.; I. Asher, 2b.; P. Malone, 3b.; H. Condorff, s.: E. Kelly, o. f.: M. Osterweis. Lt: W. Malone, r. f . The Bridgeport team consisted of the following players: McDonald, c; Connelly, p.; Tuttle,2b.; Myers, lb.; Meeker, 8b.; Cane, s. s.: Benson, r. f.; Stone, 1. f .: Jackson, 6. f. The score by innings was as follows: 1845678 9 Total. Bridgeport O.V:.... 15 1 New Haven CM.. 000 0 0 1 0 0 o 2 S e 8 X IS TJmDire Dan Shannon, of the Omaha base ball club. Time of game 3 hours. The Bridgeport battery, McDonald and Connelly, had it all their own way and our boys could do nothing with them. Connelly struck out eighteen men and not one of the New Haveners reached second base until the seventh inaine. The features of the game were the catch of E. Kelley in centerfield and the work of the Bridgeport battery. Although defeated on tne held tne corset string pullers went with their victors to unutsen's flail aad neipea to aemoiisn a bountiful banquet. A returu game is to be played in this city and here the boys hope to retrieve their fallen fortunes. A Shortstop Killed.. Bocaestsb, N. Y., Aug. 19. Michael Mur. ray, shortstop for the Ontario club, an ama teur club of this city, was hit by a pitched ball in a game with the Actives, another am ateur club, and killed. His neck was broken from the force of the ball. Sunday dames. At Cincinnati Cincinnati 4, Athletic 8. At Kansas City Kansas City 2, Brooklyn 10. At St. Louis St. Louis 4, Baltimore Z. Bonlangtr Bobs Up Again. Paris, Aug. 19. General Boulanger was elected to the chamber of deputies in the de partment of Somme to-day by a majority of 3,472. He also heads the polls in the Char entte and Nord. The announcement of the figures caused great excitement in this city. PAHNELL AND THE HUBS. His Defense Hew tbe Forgers Will be Shielded. Dublijt, August 19. The Freemans Jour nal gives prominence to a paragraph declar ing that Mr. Parnell is able to make the clearest case of disproof of the charge that he was the author of the Times letters by a chain of evidence of the most perfect character. Messrs. Walter ond Buckley, says the jour nal, will deny all knowledge of the letters and say that they got them from Manager MacDonald, who will reluae to give evidence. The Journal haa opened a defense fund with a subscription of 50. Archbishop Walsh, with a similar subscription, sends a warm letter endorsing Mr. Parnell's action. A later dispatch says: The proceedings of the commissisn appointed to inquire into the farnell cnarges will be open. A BIsc Sale of Bonds. St. John, N. B., August 19. It is report ed that Alexander Gibson has floated over a million bonds of the Northern and West ern railway to a French syndicate. Snleldaofa minister. Nswarx, N. J., August 19. Edward H. Camp, a Presbyterian minister, who has just returned from Palestine, committed suicide to-night by cutting his throat and then jumping into a cistern. Ill-health was the cause. The Prohibitionists' Camp Meeting. Worcester, Aug. 19s The tent meetings of the prohibitionists at Lake Quinisigamond closed to-day with an attendanee of about six hundred. The speakers were John Mo Tammany of this city and Mrs. E. Trask Holl of Boston. Mr. McTammany ocoupied his time in contrasting the contest against slavery with the contest ' against the liquor traffio, claiming that the slavery to liquor is more dangerous than was the slavery of the blacks and asking if the arms which freed the slaves are to hang palsied in the contest against liquor. Mrs. Holl made an earnest temperance address in which she pic tured the misery caused by the use of intox icating liquors and gave many statis tics showing the extent of the liquor business at the present time. The The only relief, she believes, is to come through legislation, which will come when the third party is in power, for both the otheis have been tried and failed. She ex pressed the belief that the day will come when It will be admitted that America nas been saved by the prayers and votes of the American women. JOINT TARIFF DEBATE. Carlisle Ssaws nothing nt It Bat la Willi nc to Enter It. Washington, Aug. 19. Speaker Carlisle said yesterday he knew nothing more about the proposed joint debate with Mr. Blaine on the tariff than he read in the newspapers. Nosneh proposition had been made -to him. He also said that if the National committee thought the joint debate advisable and re quested him to' participate in it he would do so. provided the dates did not interfere with his official duties. Concressn Batssa Cannot the Gift. Accept Washington, Aug. 19. Congressman Mat- son of Indiana has declined to accept the sil ver service which was presented to him yes terday by the employes of the government printing office, stating that it is not proper for him to accept any reward for the per formance of a duty imposed upon him as a meaiber of Congress and that it would set a very bad precedent. HOPING FOR A GOOD B REEVE. Tbe Taebtsmea Ready for To-day's Raee. NrwpOBT, B. I., Aug. 19. The yachtsmen have bead very quiet to-day. Tbe yachts here were attired in gala dress. The wind has been blowing strong from the west all day, and it looks as though it would be from the southwest to-morrow and strong enough for an eight-hour race. It is said that the Grayling will be back here before morning with her new centre board. If so, this will give the Sachem a competitor. The Daunt less haa her new f oretopmast in and will on hand for the race. The Bedouin wiH also enter and the Fanny arrived to-day. Following is a correct list of the entries for to-morrow's cup race: Keel sohooners Palmer against Miranda, Dauntless against Interpid in cruising rig for soeoial prize. Second-class schooners Sachem against Iroquois. Fifth-class sohooners Halcyon, Triton, Lvdla, uno. First-class sloops Volunteer, Mayflower, .Puritan. Third-class sloops Bedouin, Katrina, Fanny. - Fourth-class sloops Hildegrade, Huron. Fifth-class sloops Papoose, Peri, Swift. Here Abeat tbd Marietta ' college Alunw.nl Dinner. Maktstta, Ohio, Aug. 19. Published re ports of an epidemic of typhoid fever among those who attended the Marietta college alumni dinner have been sensational and misleading. There haa been only one death from typhoid fever. , Professor Beach died of an affection of the brain, W. H. Fanknoueer, from a complication of diseases, and George Phillips and A. E. Coulter, from malarial or bilious disorders. Of the others who have been mentioned as seriously ill, but one can be regarded aa ia a critical condition. The fact that seven out of 100 who sat down to the alumni dinner should be dead within six weeks is nothing more than a sad coinci dence. - TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. Bobert Garrett, who is very ill in New York city, was reported muoh improved last even ing. A dispatch from London reports the death of George Weber, the German historian, aged 80 years. The United States ship Galena left New port yesterday for . Haytl to suppress insur- eotions at that place. . ' John Connoly of Keene, N. H., was held in $500 bail at the YorkvUle oourt, N.w York, yesterday on the charge of attempting suicide in the East river yesterday. The Bev. Bobert Collyer, of New York, has been selected as the orator on the occa sion of the unveiling of the bronze statue of Bobert Burns in that city August 80. The death list on the ill-fated Geiser has swelled to 117 by-the addition of twelve to the list of tbe crew, according to the atate ment of Captain Morley of the lost steamer. Arrinton M. Hanscom, ex-chief inspector of Boston, has engaged with the Pinkertons and will divide with Superintendent Cornish the responsibility of the management of the eastern branch of the' agency. Fnneral or Aagnst Blenner. The funeral services of August C. Blenner were held at his father's house on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Bev. C. H. Siebke officiated. " The parlors were filled with fine floral offerings. Delegations from the Elks and Arion Singing society, of which he waa a member, were present. The bearers were intimate friends of the deceased. They were: James Spencer, Edward Burns, Henry Clark, James De Bowes, Edward Carroll and Sidney Gallagher. The interment was in the Blen ner lot at Evergreen cemetery. There was a very lovely and beautiful display of floral tributes, among which were the following: A broken column ol very choice flowers and design inscribed "Our Son;" a pillow and scroll inscribed "Our Brother;" a pillow from the Elks with cross; a wreath from Bobert Anniger, Charles Koelle and Salvator Car mina; an anchor from Mr. Bolex; a setting sun piece from a coterie of associates of de ceased; a harp from J. Broschart; a sheath and sickle from Lu W. Widman and family. They were from Dickerman's. - A more beau tiful floral display of tributes is seldom seen at a young man's funeral, and the pieces spoke eloquently of the power and strength of friendship's ties. Took Him In. -Henry L. Avery of 131 Asylum street was having one of his Sunday picnics yesterday and amused himself by smashing up furni. ture and beating his family. About that time Special Officer C. F. Bennett swooped down upon him and took him in. , DKOWNED AT THE VINETARD. ' - Mr. Edward Bristol, Oldeat Son of Prof. F.E. Bristol. The telegraph yesterday brought the sad news to this city of the death by drowning at Martha's Vineyard Friday eveniDg of Ed ward Bristol, formerly of New Haven, son of Prof. F. E. Bristol of New York. By an arrival from the Vineyard last evening the following sad details are learned. . Deceased was in a large cat boat with fifteen other companions, his sister among the- number, when a sadden sweep of the boom knocked him overboard. The current was very strong and took him under at once. A strong swimmer on the boat leaped in after him, but conld not get him. The body of deceas ed was found 200 feet from where he sank from sight. Prof. Bristol and familyare almost crushed by the sad blow. They were summering at the Vineyard, where Prof. Bristol has a summer school for instruction in the cultivation of the voice. Miss Thurs by of New York and Prof. E. A. Parsons and wife were stopping with his family. The deceased was a very promising young man of 21 with a very bright career opening be fore (iim. He graduated with high honor at the New York college last year and had de veloped talent as an inventor. He was a fine electrician, and was to have taken a place in Edison's laboratory next fall. The funeral will be in Bridgeport (where the family form erly resided) at the residence of Mrs. Buck ingham, sister of Prof. Bristol, to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock. Tbe Base Ball Record. The result of Saturday's games was as fol lows: League New York 7,Detroit 6; Boston 15, Chicago 5; Pittsburg 8, Philadelphia 1; Washington 5,Indianapolis 1. Association Cincinnati 4, Athletics 0; Kansas City 11. Brooklyn 6; St. Louis 8, Baltimore 5; no game at Louisville. The positions of the clubs in the National league are as follows: Won. Lost. Played. NewYorl. 59 31 90 Chicago 52 37 89 Detroit 47 - 41 8S Philadelphia 46 48 8 Boston 45 45 90 Pittsburg 38 45 83 Washington 88 54 SI Indianapolis. 33 59 91 The record of the American association is: Won. Lost. Played. St. Louis SO 29 89 Cincinnati 58 84 90 Brooklyn 57 37 91 Athletic 53 - 85 88 Baltimore 39 64 93 Louisville 35 55 90 Cleveland 32 53 88 Kansas City 61 90 At St. Paul's Church. Bev. Mr. Sawyer, the assistant rector. preached at St. Paul'a yesterday morning, There was the usual short service in the evening. The ohurch will now be closed for a few Sundays, pending the enlargement of the choir gallery and of the power and use fulness of the organ. Tho organ though built about 1850, has fine tones and is one of excellent musical character generally. MEETING TO-MORROW RIGHT. nesnt Carmel leant Republicans. The Young Bepubliosn club of Mount Carmel will hold its first public meeting to morrow (Tuesday) evening in Andrews' Hall, at whloh Herbert E. Benton of this city will deliver an address on the political issues of the day. DEDICATED YESTERDAY. Monument to the Late S. Sllverthau. The servioes at the dedication of the new Silvertham monument in Hamden cemetery took place at 10 o'olock yesterday morning. They were conducted in German by Babbi S. H. Willner of the William street synagogue of this city and in English by his son, Babbi W. Willner of Newark, N. J. The remarks of both ministers touohed in feeling upon the life and high integrity of the late Simon Sil verman, who died a year ago in his seventy fifth year. The monument is a granite snaft of four tons weight. Its height is 13 feet and its base is 'A feet sqare. The upper part of the base has an emblem of the high Kohen or high priest engraved upon it. Across the lower part is the name of Simon Sllverthau in raised gilt letters and upon the center is this inscription: Simon Silverthac. Born: Thalheim, Bavaria, 1813. Died: New Haven, Aug. 18, 1887. fine's eierv For The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged T7RBS Nervous Prostraon,NrvooaHtao- ache,Nenralgia, nervous weanwsa. Stomach and Liver Diseases, ana au 'affections of the Kidneys. AS A NERVE TONIC, It Strengthens and Quiets the Nerves. AS AN ALTERATIVE, It Purines and Enriches the Blood. AS A LAXATIVE, It acta mildly, but sorely, on the Bowels. AS A DIURETIC, It Regulates the Kid neys and Cures their Diseases. Recommended by professional and business men. Price $1.00. Sold by druggists. Send tor circulars. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO.. Proprietor. BUKLINQTON. VT. The Fin est Meat Flavor I n s Stock. USE IT FOR SOUPS. Beef Tea, Sauces and Made Dishes MEAT. N. B.-Cennlne Only with lae-stmlle or "rea liieois's signature in BLUB ansa, semi in oni. Sold by Storekeepers, Grocers and Drnggists. UBSKt'S XXfU,CT. OF K&AI GO,, M'(di IrVBdvB, 1 l EXTRACT OF One Cent a Word for Eaeb Insertion. WAITED, Nicely furnished, room tor gentleman and ' auSO ltt : X., this office. ' WASTED, SITUATIONS for six extra fine strong girls cooking, laundry and housework; finest refer ences. EUfLUlSISni AUEMU1. aulT tf 775 inapei street. WANTED, A STRONG, willing girl from fourteen to six teen vears of age in a family of two ladies; reference required; an excellent home given to a good girL Address. . MBS. M. E. B., : auio 11 minora, uoui. WANTED. ONE hundred first-class girls for places in best families and hotels - EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, an!4 Bt 775 Chapel street. WAWTEn.- AGENT8; $75 a month and expenses paid sny active nernon tr baII mir .nnH. Kn '-Jmitjll required. Salary paid monthly, expenses in ad vance. Full particulars free. STANDARD SILVER. WARE CO., aul3 lm Boston. Mass. ' WANTED. AN active man (one out of employment) to be gin on moderate salary and work himself up, representing, in his own locality, an old established house. References exchanged. GAY'S MANUFACTURING HOU8E, anlt ltaw lm 80 Beade street. New York, WANTED. EXPERIENCED Steel Stitchers wanted at fac tory MAYER, STBOU8E CO., aniott so Court street. WANTED. IMMEDIATELY, six first-class waitresses, one experienced nurse: women. iunt-i.u x oiKivr aujkjmux, an9tf 775 Chapel street. - WANTED. SWEDE, German and other flrst-clats help sup plied; satisfaction guaranteed. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. Jnll tf (Open evenings.) 775 Chapel street. WANTED, HOUSE. Wanted to purchase the equity In a desirable house and lot well locate!. Ad dress, stating amount of encumbrances upon the property and lowest price for same, jell LOCK BOX 201, City. To Whom it May Concern. EDWARD EXCEL, rfTHE long established and well known Money 1 Loan Broker, has fitted uo a larsrf STORAGE WAREHOUSE, and is now ready to take rianos, rurnunre, uarriacei ana bis ninai or raercnanaise on storage and will Advance Money In Lib eral Amounts on tbe Same. All eoods are insured aeainst loss bv fire, free of charge. Communications by mail promptly at tended to. All legal transactions strictly confi dential. EDWARD F.HGEL, Je23 3m '411 llfD 443 STATE STREET. MONDAY, I TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, 20. I 21. I 23. Matinees Monday and Wednesday. The Coolest Place in New Haven. THE GREAT COMEDY SUCCESS, OUR STRATEGISTS. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. ROOKWOOD. 615.00 Will buy a large size second-hand Richardson A Boynton set furnace. Inquire at this office. Jistr East Rock Line. ON and after Tuesday, August 14th, team leaves Klock's drug store, corner Church and Chapel streets, at 10 a. m., 2 and 4:15 p. m. for East Rock summit. w. il. 1 DOOLITTLE. aul7 Proprietor. R. G. RUSSELL, Architect, 853 Chapel street, up stairs B. BO JTH, Auctioneer.! WILL sell at auction the Carpets and Furniture at No. SO Home Place Wednesday, August 2M, commencing at 10 a. m. au!8 4t TEXAS and MEXICO ! SEMI-MONTHLY PARTIES Personally con ducted combining Comfort Low Rates Quick Tinw FREE Sleeping Cars. Call on or ad dress nearest Ticket Agent, or E. E. CURRIER. T." I .... .-1 A nun. Cn.itlian, H.l .'i fl . 1 r17 . Washington street, Bogtoq. Majw. ' ju2 eod6m FOR SALE, Phaeton. One canopy top lady's Bas- " ket Phaeton, made by Henry Hooker & Co. nearly new; will be sold Jow. Also Pony and Harness, Je21 CHARLES H. WEBB. 850 Chapel Street. HORSES. One Carload Business, Gentle tlemen's Driving and Draft Horses ARRIVED THIS DAY. SNEDLET BROS, dc CO., aul7 173 Brewery street. Lightning Frnit Jars, ALL SIZES. Mason's Improved Frnit Jar. Mason's Improved Porelain Lined Fruit Jar. In all sixes. Rubbers for all Jars, Glass and Tin Top Jellies, Wire Dish Covers, Flv Trcps, Ice Crushers, Freezsra, Water Coolers, etc., etc., etc; Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets, AU complete, reduced as below: One f 75 set reduced to $60. One $75 set, French, reduced to S50. One $00 sat, French, reduced to $45. One $55 set, porcelain, reduced to f 45. One $45 set, porcelain, reduced to $35. One $40 set, porcelain, reduced to $30. Our open stock patterns, from which you can pick out a good set, for $10, $12 and $15. We keep a full line of Silverware to loan, also Crockery and Glassware of every description. ROBINSON'S, 90 Church street, near Chapel. Close at 6 p. m. until September 1st, Monday and Saturday excepted. aul8 satu'th R. & J. M. Blair, 57, 59 & 61 ORAJTGEST., FURNITURE DEALERS AND UNDERTAKERS, Have the finest Painted Bedroom Suite In the oil New Parlor Suits, Walnut Bedroom Suits. The best Spring Bed for the money. Splint, Rattan, Cane and Bush Seat Chairs great variety , as low as can be bought. UNDERTAKING promptly attended to, night or day, with care. Bodies preserved without ice in the best manner, . Also Sole Agents for Washburn's Deodoring and disinfecting Fluid. A new lot of Folding Ohaireand Stools to rent for parties or fpnerals i iyS West End Institute. Tl. "RS. CADY'S SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES !TA. No, M Howe street, prepares for Smith and wenesiey and admits to vassar by certiucate. xne number of pupils In each department is limited and an early application is necessary. Little boys from five to ten are received in the 1 residing at a distance from the school will be called for by special arrangement. . The "Cours System" and the uDemi-pensionniere System," so much in mni adergarten. PudIIs ' vogue in the Parisian schools, will tie lntroaucea. THE HOGARTH ACADEMY. a sionnlete Business University. ATT. hranches necessary to a thorough commercial education taught. SOCRATIC System. No Classes. Day and evening sessions: jaooaKeepmg, aouoie and single entry: Penmanship, Arithmetic, Rapid Computation, Grammar, Correspondence, Com mercial Law, Telegraphing, Shorthand and Type writing. 1 no f-rmcucai ueporuiieiib is elegantly Btted up with Bank, College money, Postomce, Shipping, jorpress, ireignt, aiercnanaise empori um and bulletin board containing duly quotations of the New r ora rroauce, cttocs ana exchange markets. Of the 1,800 pupils last year more than half were ladies. Graduates find good situa tions. Terms: unlimited Hcnolarship, Jv5. Refer ences: Ex-Gov. Thos. M. Waller, ex-Gov. H. B . Big elow. Judge J. P. Studley, Mr. John E. Bassett, Prof. W. H. Chandler, Mr. L. L. Camp, Mr. F. D. Bloat, Mr. Philip Hugo. School opera September 3d. Call on or address PROF. J. M. LEE, Hogarth Academy, Cutler B'd'g, corner Chapel and Church unurci austf Btreem, new naveu, uonn. BOBBINS SCHOOL, NORFOLK, CONN. - A home school, preparing bovs and young men for Yale University and all - uie Dost ioueges ana ocieuunc scnoois. instruction vigorous and thorough. The home beautifully located ma remarkably' 'health ful town" three hours from New Haven. Terms $400. The highest references given, Address, for circu- lar ana paraouiarv, Bsr. JAMES A. TOWLE, rriaelpali BUM 4ia