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Saturday, Jane 23, 1894. '
Vol. LXII. HOT SHOT FOB Hen's Neollgee 8hirtsthat were $1.50, $1.75, $2 00 and $2 25, all put onion the oonater at 98c each. Ladles' Vests, in Merino gauze wool, low neck, short sleeves, that were f 1.25 and f 150, at 25c each. Ladies' Shirt . Waists, carried over from last season, that sold at $2 75 and ?3 25, at 75c each. Boys' Laundered Waists (new), usually sell at 93o, at that 69c eadh. Oar grand wind-up of all onr Ladies' laundered collar and Caff Shirt Waists, ngolar$l 50 goods, all new, at $1.00 each. Ladies' Fast Black Hose, guaranteed 25o vaine or money refunded : two pairs to a customer, at 12 1-2c each. 6 4 Chenille Table Covers, good $1. 50 vaine, at $1.00 each. Soap Bargains woith 25c, at -box of 3 cakes, 15c a box. Bargain Hunters Should Be Out in Force. 762 to 768 Chapel Street. Friflay Satarflay II In original designs and colorings, also perfect copies of the most celebrated Rags at the Vienna Oriental Rug Exhibition. These goods can be bought at a very small traction of the cost of the originals. Over 25 patterns in 9 by IS feet; other sizes in proportion. TheNew Haven Window Shade Co. Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Drapery Goods, Shadings, etc. 68-70-72 OZLAJTGrX Open Monday and Saturday Evenings. K0AL. I am now delivering Koal in bags and carried into the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all dirt and buy of W. F. GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opp. Postoffloe, 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. MONARCH Your Choice of Rims and Tires Call and See Them. Buckingham, Clark & Jackson, State agents. 294, 29B. 298 Stria street. SPECIAL DESIGNS s, And Hangings for Cottage Draperies. Silks, Mus lins, Oriental Rugs, Mats, and Stand Covers, Floor Oilcloths. SOME DRAPERY CO., 694 CHAPEL STREET. Canned and At this time erery year we run eood for PIES Let me we oner this week : Gallon cans California Peaches, 50o per can. Gallon cans Baldwin Apples, 35o per can. 8 lb cans Peaches, Pears, Aprloots, Cherries, 15o per can. 8 lb cans Best Pumpkin and Squash. DRIED FRUITS. Evaporated Apples, Evaporated Apricots, Evaporated Peaches, Native Strawberries we receive every morning, at the BOSTON GROCERY, N. A. FULLERTON, Prop., 926 Chapel Street, corner of Temple. Telephone 450. Branch Store and Market, 1 231 Chapel street. YOU WILL FIND The lowest of all low figures marked on goods in onr Chapel street window, No. for Carpets and Furniture business by making prices Our customers shall have the benefit of depressed nrioes. ' Carloads of Chamber Suites and other Fur niture are being rushed upon us, bought by us in the early part of the season. These goods must be sold. We have no room to store them or the disposition to do so if we had. So come and tret anything in the line of Furniture, ' Carpets. Shades. Draperies, Paper Hangings, Baby! Carriages and Refrigerators, and you will find our I . prices rignt. ... - H. B. ARMSTRONG & CO., 8007 Orango Street, k - ''- And 780 Chapel Street CALIFORNIA. OLIVE OIL. CALIFORNIA OLIVES. Twelve 8 gallon kegs of California Olives, j seven eases or California Uilve uu qts. . We believe thee to be the first Calif or-1 nla Olives and California OUva Oil aver offered for t ale In this city. ... The absolute purity, weight and flavor or toe uu, superior m all respeots to that produced in Spain, Is the claim advanced by the maker ot tbe UU. - xney nave come to ns direct from the producer, and we hops that they will make a manet ior themselves on their merit. 8,800 GALLONS OF Port. Sherry, Angelica, Muscat ana uacawDa wines. J ust received direct from California, $1.00 FEB GALLON. Some in the lot very old. California Claret, $3.50 per dozen quarts ; 25o per dozen . paid tor the bottles. Imported Sherry Wine, RECEIVED DIBECT, . $3 00 and $4 00 per gallon both remark able value. Imported Oporto Port, BECEIVED DIBECT, $4.00 and $6.00 per gallon will surprise gooa juages. - Iiiebotschaner Lager, $1.00 per dozen. Bohemian Lager, $1 00 per dozen. We are sole agents for their sale in New Haven. District of New Haven, sa. Probate Court, I Jane 21st. 1894. f ESTATE Of TBK WORLD MERCANTILE AGENCY of New Haven, in said district, jMnfgriiiiGr riAhtnr. me voluntary assurnmeui, ox uie saiu ueoiur, i having been lodged in this office for record and I tne probate tnereor, ana wuuam a. wrigut, oi saia new naveu, ueing in saiu twainmujii. nomi nated an trustee for said estate, therefore ORDERED That the ZBta aay or jane. 1894. at 10 o'clock forenoon, tie, ana tne same is. hereby assigned for a hearing on the approval of aald proposed trustee ; and that aU persons in- I teres ted therein may have notice to appear, if I thmr see cause, ana De neara tnereon, tnis court I directs that this order be published three times in a newspaper having a circulation in said pro-1 bate district, before saia time assignea ror saia hearing a. nu-axun auuiwicuii, peaa at jnoge. DENTISTRY. G. H. Gidney, 797 Chapel Street, North side, 6 doors below Orange. Sentistrv in aU its branches. Prices the lowest I consistent with first-class work. BICYCLES. Highest Grade. Weighs 25 Pounds. Window Shades, Table Dried Fruits. are often asked : What haref tell you a few of the things. Evaporated Raspberries, Large Pitted Cherries, California Prunes. 780. Never such a rush before. We are doing the talk. " DADTSU UK teat gsiaije. FOR. .iv -fl' . Kh!y jamished rooms, best location I 1 J9l67tt 5 COLLEGE 8TBEET. - FOB RKNT. Eight rooms, modern improvements convenient to Center or city. Inquire Ijet tf 83 EDGEWOOD AVENUE. - FOB BENT, - a Suitable for manufacturing purposes, room about 10x90 feet. flTkll lighted on three sides, centrally located. Enquire of Je9 28t . n. u via-rr. Of unurcn sr. FOK KAT..K- tft take Place, tiro new brick houses. moaern improvements, is rooms ; ail .buUdinjc lota. J. D. PLUNKETT. , ap!4 tf 49 Church street, Boom 8. FOB BENT. Society halls In Maaonia Teauna. fnr- mmieo, ana janitor serrica. a wi uatausa wuaoa, agent. FOB RENT, Two (rood stores on Crown street: be made into one If desired. Call on or address F. o. LIIM. m20 tf 97 Center street. - TO IiET. " - At Indian Neck, furnished eottae often rooms : gooa DatniDg,- extensive grounas, MWB) para . pno. ssuu. AUUi ih . WM. BBYAN. MontoweM Hans.. ap36tf Branford, Conn, FOB KENT. Ill At "Sacbem's Head." GoilforJ. Conn furnished cottage of ten rooms. . Inquire uoi m. n. uuuiixj&ic iuwrn street. jeiw yvr corner uongreea avenue. TO BENT, Elm Arch." Woodbridee. Conn. : most desirable summer residence, situated on hiah around in the best, most attract ive and healthful portion of the town, facing the main road to Seymour at its widest part. Tele- onone or aaaress eitnar u. B. micksiuk, new lavou. voiui., or tjnaiti.iui 1 . wfli,nn;K, j30 7t Woodbrldgo. Conn, FOR SALE, The doable four-familr frame bonsa lNoa. 6 and 28 Bperry street. Iot 53x158. .Bents f40 per Booth. - Apply to CHARLES H. WEBB," 860 Obaoel Street. (Monday and Batarday evenings). FOB SALE, in Brick house. No. 134 Howe street, in nrst-ciasa condition, moaern improve ments ; terms easy. JOHN C. PDNDERFORD, lit CHURCH STREET. FOR RENT, House on Dixwell avenue, 9 rooms, modern Improvements, $30 per month. MER WIN'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE, 759 Chapel street. FOR SALE OR RENT, House corner D wight street and Edge wood avenue, suitable ror one or two iamuies ; good lot ; price low. CH AS. D. NICOLIi & CO., 88 Church street (Benedict Building), Boom IS. Evenings from 7 to 8. fulfills to im sspid Trassit. y Bulldisg lots oa Main, Fountain, west Prospect, wulard, Aldea, earnett and .other desirable RMddeno. streets In West- TiUo, tor sale at prices ranging from two to ten oents per square foot. Now la the time to bay. bracuiars, oaiion or wwraH n. O. Pardee, 19 tf 1H FountaSa street. Westvula. BUY A BUILDIH6 LOT How While Prices Are Low. Valuable Lots on Whitney Avenue. HANDSOME house on Whitney avenue ; a bargain. Real estate In all parts of the city. EDWAKD BC. CIjAKK, 1S1 OHUBOH 8TBKKT. Evenings 7-8. Room 18. FARM WANTED. n City property will bs exchanged for a farm with or without bulldingB. B. E. Baldwin, 818 Chapel street dw FOR SALE, HOUSE AND LOT, T8 WlXLiaRI STREET. Lot is 60x118. Inquire ot S. B. OTIATT, a my5 tf 87 Church street. FARM WANTED, II:: With stock and tools. In exchange for a nearly new two-family house with modern Lconvenienses, well located and near horse cars, in this city. For fuH particulars, permit to see house, etc., please call or address George A. Isbell, 787 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. AUCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE, To Close an Estate. The undersigned will offer for sale at PUBLIC AUCT1UN the premises near tne junction of Columbus Avenue and Thorn St. Running through from said Columbus avenue to Thorn street, 60 feet front each street, 120 feet deep on one side, and 89 feet deep on the other, more or less. Sale will take place on the premises At 5 o'clock Saturday Afternoon Jane 23d. Terms made known at time of sale. EDWARD C. BEECHER, je!8 fit Licensed Auctioneer. for sue mini In the Town of Cheshire, Conn., IO miles from ttae City of New Haven, EL; Within five minutes' walk of the station on the New Haven and Northampton Rail- -ro.d. with more than 100 acres, divided into plow and woodland, commanding a delight ful view by reason of elevation above the lands adjacent thereto. lent ; in excellent condition ; three capacious barns for hay and stock, with woodbouse, hen n.rv and ice house filled : a never-failing spring a most aesiraDie mraw. iiuerai huu cuufoa- furnishing an abundant supply of water, cle.r and cold, for both dwelling and barns ; not less tnan zou trees oi "grattea i run, ucanuK uivm nat. of armies, naars. etc. : near several cottages Dullt Dy HrooKiyn citizens ; n iiieuuiu laiui .uu beautiful summer resort united, rare ot pur chase money can remain on mortgage. Will ex change for central city property. Inquire of W. P. NILES, Attorney, 23 Exchange Building, Je22 6t New Haven, Conn. No Mistake Will M IMe TOXJ who are looking for a Building Lot on a wmcn to dduq ior a noma. INVESTIGATE The Building Lots bounded by Orange, Edwards, Livingston and Canner Streets. THEY ARE The Cheapest for tbe Money, The Most Desirable, (AND, MORE IMPORTANT THAN ALL,) The Healthiest Location In the cty of New Haven. (Statistics will bear out mm giaiemencj or nue ay BEECHER'S -EXCHANGE, Boom No. S, Lyon Building, je5 769 Chapel Street. leal (state for Sale. A brick house on Orange street, $13,000 centrally It cited, Desirable hcuse, with barn, oa : l.rcra MiriMr Infc An Whallev venue, ' !-v ,is f 8,000 Corner lot on Shelton aveDoe, 915 foot Bantifal lot on Wtnthropave- rn 4II.1H4. near eJeotrio cars. v ,30 foot m,..n lnt lnt nn nnndvear street. w--k . 40x120 teet, ror . ow Uomj to loan at 5 per cent GEO. F. NEWCOIIB, : Beal Estate and Financial Agent, Room 17 Exchange Bull ding, 12A unnrcn oireec MINIATURE ALMANAC. . JUNE 88 -- -: r . '. Bim Risks, Sun ears. 4:19 7:S9I Moo if Risss, 11:08 t - I HlOB WATBa I i:w DEATHS. PARDEE In this city, Jnne S2d, at her late resi' denca. Canter church Home. 125 Wall street. Lucy N., widow of the late William Pardee, agpd 79 years, 9 months Funeral services at the Homo on Sunday at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend withoot further notice. BI8SEL1J On June 30, Theresa Maria, 8ke, widow or tne late layman tsisseu, major u. o. A aged S3 years, Funeral services will be beld at her late rest dence.No. 808 Crown itreet. cn Baturdav af ternoon at 8 o'clock. Friends are invited to attend. ........ w BANE book coolalniog money. Finder may keep money by returning book w jeaa iif aa iKumpyuu pim.g.1. liOST. TJUSCH of krys, on Fair Haven horse car cr m near earner state anu unapei. riaaer please leave or send notice to lust jem ii mi jneaaow sweet, -.n-y. FOB8ALE. FINE building lot, near electric cars and de pot : must bs sold at once and at a great Bargain. Aaoress jes33tt r. o: B JJL 770. - Teachers ! Teachers ! rriHE YALE TE iCHKRB' AGENCY offers spe- i ciai advantages to teacners ana ocner men tal toilers. Office, 674 State street, New Haven, uonn. ena tor circulars. jeaa FOB BENT. First floor, house 81 William street, to small rsmuy. inquire jess t iu wjLLiUiAai PTttnr.i FOB BENT, Pleasant furnished rooms, all moJern conveoiences. jeai ait 19 WALL STREET. FOB KENT. Five rooms, modern Improvement, 47 Third street,. jt21 7it first house from Howard ave. Boulder-Croft. Short Beach. -aa. Six rooms suitable for housekeeping U .elect aanits only. Allures H Jel9 7t FRED WILSON FOB BALE. In excellent locality, a first-class drug store, wiiii estaoii&nea traae xor vwenty veare : lease lor years secured to our- cnaser. Apply to jAHtLn i . uitrc, jel6i Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. For Hale to Close an Estate. cneBhire center, aengntiui residence; one acre of ground; beautiful location; barn, etc.: fine fruit of every description: location unsurpassed la the state: excellent chance for a physician; quick sale; $6,000. it. m. ilii ina :i , e Jg 7t - 20 Benedict Building, City. Big Bargains in Meats THI8 WEEK. "CHOICE leg Lamb only 13c ; best Chickens 1 .nd lac ; extra nice steaks 10c ; turkeys 10 and 13c ; fine Corned Beef 3c lb. We sell everything to suit vou In the meat line. Give us a ti lal and we guarantee satisfac tion, tteapeciuiiy, U IU if BUHU1SS BJ4KUEB E HUN, 1, if, s uentrai marset, Telephone ilO. Conprresa avenue. BY EXPRESS "ITTK will receive this morning Blackberries W and Raspberries, Branford Strawberries. Florida Pineapples, Peaches, Plums. Niagara Grapes, and other varieties of fruit too numer ous to mention. J. B. JUDSON, Market Building, east side, front. Uaited States Rubber Company. OO KEiDE STREET, DEW IORK, dUDO XU, 10V. SEMI-ANNUAL dividend of FOUft PER i CENT, has been this dav declared unon tho preferred stock of this Company, by the Board of Directors, payable July 14, 1894. to stockholders of record at the closing of the transfer books at 12 o'clock noon Saturday. June 30, 1894. Thn books will be reopened at 10 a. m. on Monday, July 16. 1894. 3ex3jro unaa. it. jajIct v, Treasurer. fYoi Moii to More Or to the Mountains, A Telescope or Field Glass Will give a great amount of pleasure to ob serve scenery or passing shores. " Durant," the Jeweler, Has an extra fine line of these goods now on hand all imported glasses and by the best makers. COLORED SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES. Eyes tested free ot charge at 6 Church Street, opposite PostofBce. Tie UmdooI ana London of Has the largest amount ot assets in this country of any foreign Fire Insurance Co. doing business in United States, amount ing January 1st, 1894, to $8,698,271. Their representative in this city is iitn's Insurance ipney, Who has represented this company Nearly Twenty Years. je23 6t LARGE HOUSE AT MORRIS COVE. Lot 100x260. EEONTING- Off SHORE EARLE & SEYMOUR, Solicitors of American and Eoreign Patents. 868 Chapel Street, New Hrtven, Conn. J. H. F. BK0GG & BR0., Cph or Credit HOlltE FURNISHERS, 699 Chapl Street, Kew Haven, Conn. FULL LINE OF Folding Bens, Parlor Furniture, Carpets, uuolottis, ueas, rsaoy uarriagee, attresses, Parlor and Uook Stoves. Character is Credit. fltora ooeh 7 a. m. to 8:30 n. m.. Saturdar and Holiday evemngswv. sp mmtx tsoxts. THE CLARENDON HOTEL. ITbis elegant and leading bote! on Broadway, opposite Congress Park, will be open ttae 26th of .Tuna for the mwa I Fin., larze rooms f acinar on three streets. I Cuisine fruitless. Celebrated orchestra, etc, etc Engagements can tie made in advance ror any SpecmtMi tram at 760 CHAPEL STREET. Terms reasonable. jelfieodSm T Spxina; Honse. Block Island. K k as perrectly recuper.tlve as life oa shipboard ; pioneer hotel on Island ; ev lery facility for comfort or entertain- meat : SO acre. iMantifnl lawn : ffnnd n wing, ooating ana a riving ; excellent bathing; l t wo Concerts dailv : awn. the mlehratMi mln. erai springs (Wnicn nrst attractea visitors to the Island) ; circular free. Befer to Bnrdette Hart, I v- v. cut. jei. out - b. D. AxiueiaiLa. rrop. LAKE DUNM0RE HOUSE AND OOTTAQES, VstT.tsRnnv. VRRarnvT Will open Jnne 6. Aocommodatlnns r mo. nmest lake and stream nshinr. fenestra entire season. Comoleta Uv- doms, tennis courts, etc. PBOPBIEXOB. r I jkasBSiasa I myHiB) I . HEWS BT TELEGRAPH. ' From All Quarters. MORE POLICE CHARGED Bribes Taken By Phiiadei- ': ' phia Officers . MESSRS HILL AND HARRIS IN A ROW ti ii i i n me New iorK senator is Against Income Tax HE SUSTAINS THE REPUBLICANS Vice President Stevenson Oyerridesr the Democrats PHII.ADEI.PHIA IS AWAKE. fouce lileDtenanis Are Ordered to Appear and Stand Trial on the Charge of Taking; money. Phiiu.dkihia, Jane 23. The thirty- three police lieutenants were to-day order ed by Director of Polios Beitler to appear before a police board of Inquiry to-day, and stand trial npon a charge of taking money for police protection from the keep- era of assignation honses. Thirty two of the lieutenants are Innooent, but all will be arraigned in order to ferret ont the guilty officials. Police Captains alalia and i.nompson,wno were lately promoted from the rank of lieutenant, will also stand trial witn tne lieutenants. The charge against the allesed onlltv lieutenant was made by Simon Mnhr, a prominent jeweler. The keeper of the resort, a woman, went to lir. Hnhr's store to bay a present for the lieutenant and told him tne facts. The amount for pro tection was $50 a week. Mr. Unhr ref ases to name the lieutenant, bat will be re quired to testify at the trial. SHOr BY AN ITALIAN. Two Men Insulted an Organ Orlnder and One of Them Receives a Fatal Wound. Havkbhill, Mass., Jane 23. A serious shootiog affair occurred in Bradford at 5 o'clock this afternoon, whloh will proba bly result In the death of James Connors, aged twenty-two, of South Oroveland. Connors and Michael Costello were driving home from this olty when they saw Ango neia, an organ grinder, playing in front of a honee on Saiem etrt et. It Is said the men made soma insulting remarks to the Italian, which enrsged him. High words ensued and atones were thrown. Finally the organist grabbed the pole of his organ and rushed upon the men, bnt they proved too muoh for the Italian and he drew a thirty-two-calibre revolver and urea. The bullet took eiftot in Connor's left side below the breast, inflicting a ter rible wound. Connor was cariied to the Haverhill City hospital. The Italian wag locked up. Closed With a Banquet. Concord, N. H., Jane 23. The festivi ties incident to the Army of Potomao re union closed to-night with one of the most elaborately prepared banque:a ever served in the state at Eigle hotel this evening. Covers were laid for 100 and every seat was taken. Creat Progress made. Newport, K. I., June- 22. Wonderful progress has been made to day toward re moving the Plymouth from Spindle Bock, yet It is hardly probable that an attempt to lift her will bs made before Sunday. Pontoons and derricks now extend along ner wnoie lengin. unaini ana nuge sticts are connecting the whole into a solid mass, whloh when alii Is ready will bs seoured to chains under the hull at low tide and then the rlo'og tide will be expected to accom plish t he great feat of setting the captive i tee. Jumped From Brooklyn Bridge. Bbookltn, June 22. An unknown man jumped from the Brooklyn bridge midway on the etrnoture about 12:30 to day. He sank beneath the surface of the water when he struck and did not reappear. The St. liOals Club for Sale. Si. Lotis, June 23. Edward von tier Ahe, treasurer of the Sportsman's Park club, to day announced that the ground, placers and franchise of the Brown Stock ing olub were for sale, and placed the sell ing price at . $45,000. President von der Ahe wishes to retire from ball and author ized the announcement. miflEKS ARB EXCITED. Tbe Operators Post a Notice of ttae Scale of Waeeaand It Causes Excite ment. PHrLLirsBUBO, Pa., Jnne 22. Bouts- dale is greatly exoltad to day as a reealt of the following notice which was posted on all of the United colliery mines: On and after Monday, Jane 25, the mines of this company will resume opera tions with their old employes at a rate of hity oents per ton. (Signed) United uoixikby Uo. All the Mountalndale men near Hontz- dale, who have been working at forty cents a ton, suspended work this morning. Yesterday abont 2,000 miners from Ka- mey, headed by a band, left for Mountain- dale to try and stop the mines, the work ing miners being informed of the visitors' coming, promptly suspended work and fled to the woods, when the rtamey dele gates arrived they could not find one of tbe working miners. After they baa re turned they were informed that the miners would not resume work for less than fifty cents a ton. The tipple scale house and a half dozen oars belonging to the Colorado mine at ta's place was set on bre last night and burned to the gronnd. Tbe mine is owned by Jackson & Ellsworth. Will Reimburse tbe Treasury. New Yobk, June 23 It is announced to night that the banks have finally de cided positively to reimburse the treasury for the gold exported this week. These exports amount to ,7,750,000. The banks will contribute toward she total amonnt.tt is understood, in proportion to their hold ings oi speoie. . Trees Snapped Off. Ca&LSSTON, W. Vs., Jnne 22 There was a terrible storm in this section this morning. Trees were snapped off and fences blown down. Many crops were ruined. Lnoy Watts, the nine-year-old daughter of General O. U. Watts, United States district attorney, was killed. Tbe general had driven into a stable ont of the storm ana left tne cnua a moment. Circular Sent to Banks. New Yobk, Juae 22 At a meeting of the leading bank presidents at the clearing honse to-day it was decided to issue a cir cular to the banks oa'llog npon them to pay to the United States sub-treasurer their pro rata fTroportion of the gold withdrawn from the sub treasury for export to .Europe this week. President w imams oi tne Chemical bank sent ont the olroular. Jobnson Broke a Record. Bomb, Jnne 23. The postponed Decora tlon day meeting of the Borne Cyders, L. A. W , was held at Riverside park to-day. The day was- perfect and the track never in better condition. The most Im portant events wcTe the breaking of state records by John Johnson and A, O. San ger. . John on rode a half mile in 69 2 5 seconds, breaking the state veooid of 1:0225. - Two sailors Killed. Bibui, June 22 While passing Bingen to-dsv the Bhine steamer Hamlel burst a steam pipe. Two Bailors were killed and several others were ID urea. Tbe mob Is Qalet. Pcsatawbh, Pa., June 22. Tho state troops are now in control of the -situation here. It is doubtful if there will-! be anv more fiizhtins, aa the mob which governed things in a high-handed manner for eeveral weeKa - past nas now aiaap peaied and tho riotous element is lying low. -" . -. Fn AGAINST IH0O9IB TAX. Senator Bill Has a Lively Tilt With Senator alien Tn. Latter Advo cated the Income Tax. WasHiKQTOK, Jnne 22 In the ' senate lo-Jay Ur. Teller quoted from BfsesUes of Xr. Sherman and other republican sens tors la defenee of tbe inoome tat whtn It was la force and said that in all delete! no senator bad defended It on the gronnd that it was a necessary tax. There was not tbe slightest excuse for the statement tbat the Inoome tax was a sectional tax. - It was true that under it New Yotk and If aesa- ehusetts would pay more in proportion to population than the states of the south and west, bnt under the bill at large they wonld pay less In proportion to their wealth than the southern and western states, lir. Teller alto said: I do not aee that this bill without the inoome tax will bring sufficient revenue. It might do so. Bat we must have more than that. We owe six hundred million dollars some of It oomlDg due very soon. The Inoome tax has come to stay not for five years, but as a permanent system. Mr. Sherman, rep., of Ohio, made an ar gument against the inoome tax. He ad mitted that In 1871 he had expressed the opinion as to the constitutionality and jus tice of an Inoome tax, and he believed that under the then olroumstanoes the repeal of the Inoome tax was a measure of bad pub lic policy. He believed an Inoome tax to do a lair and just mode of raising revenue. Bnt he did not think it was wife now. as there was no necessity for it. Speaking of the MoElnley act Mr. Sherman said that the dnty on sugar ahonld sever have been disturbed. He said he ahonld vote against the inoome tax provision of the bill because it was unnecessary and because it was an invasion of tbe taxing rlgbte of the states. Mr. Sherman denounced trusts, specifying the sugar trust, and said that if those In charge of this bill would take as much pains in striking at corporations and trusts they wonld do a dnty to their country more Important than any they had attempted in this bill. Mr. Piatt (rep., Conn.) made an argu ment against tbe Inoome tax, objecting to it firulat it was unnecessary for the purpose of raising sufficient revenue, and, second, thst the inoome tax provision in the bill was extremely faulty, inequitable, unjust and by their complications difficult of execution. Mr. Allen advocated the inoome tax pro visions of the bill and defended the ttopu- llst psrty from the charge that it proposed to override property rights. in tne oourse oi air. Allen's speech an altercation sprang up betwsen him and Mr. Hill (dem., of New York). To a ques tion put by the New York senator as to whether Ur. Allen did not know certain things to bs facts tbe Nebraska senator re plied contemptuously: "Ob, I knew it quite well, but I don't see ita relevanoy to what I am saying. The senator most look upon me in a peculiar light." xes " ur. mil remarked sarcastically. "in a very peculiar light" Laughter, Then air. Alien ref err d to tbe pnrohase of a seat in tbe senate in the Ohio legisla ture fonr or five years ago, and he was in vited to give olroumstanoes. He declined and said that Mr. Hill wonld never get him to do it. "Then I object," said Mr. Hill, "to the senator's doing by Insinuation what he dare not do directly." l nave made no oharge," aald Ur. Al len, "nor can the senator say that I have charged " "bat yon have said " Mr. HU1 inter rupted. 'Wait a moment," Ur. Allen said. "I have not charged that any man bad pur chased a seat in this ohsmber. I say that the newspapers of the time said so." Xhe newspapers say a great many things that are not true," Mr. Hill pat in. "And if the senator from New York," Mr. Allen contlnned, "did not see the re port I think he is the only man in the sen ate who did not. Whether there was then a purchase of a seat in this chamber I do not know." 'If there is any snoh oase," Mr. Hill said, and if any United States senator was elected by such means the senator from Nebraska should have it investigated by a committee." The man who was eieoted to the senate by that legislature," Mr. Allen replied, "la not In the senate to day, and the senator has no right to grow so indignant." "l ao not know to whom the senator re fers," Mr. Hill said. "I do not reoolkot any such circumstance." 'Xhe senator from New xork." ur. Al len continued, "knows as well as I do that ohargea of that kind were made through tbe press at the time. If he does not, he is Ignorant of the current newspaper litera ture of four years ago." Does the senator think it fair," Ur. Hill asked, "to the senate and the people to make suoh a statement and decline to have the fact Investigated ?"- ur. Allen repeated bis former answer and spoke of the arrest of the Coxeyites poor friendless devils ' for trespassing on tbe grass of the oapltol grounds at the time that one of the railroad autocrats of the country was sitting In one of the com mittee rooms of the oapitol undertaking to dictate terms by whioh the government was to bs "buncoed ont of a hundred mil lion dollars " He then wenton with his speech in defenoe of the inoome tsx. Be fore he had finished bis remarks Mr. Allen had seversl more tilts with Mr. Hill, as well as colloquies with other senators. Ur. Jar vie, dem., ot north ijarollna, the suoceesor of the late Senator Yanoe, ad vocated tbe income tax. Befertiog to Mr. Hill's prediction that the passage of an In come tax would sound the deith knell of the democratic party Mr. Jarvls said : If the demooratlo party bas no higher mission than to bow at tbe footstool and worship at the shrine of the accumulated wealth of tbe country tbe sooner it dies the better." Applanee 1 When Mr. Jarvls had concluded Mr. Hill took the floor and suggested that as he desired to reply at some length, the senate should now adjourn. Ur. Harris insisted on a longer session. Mr. Hill resented the discourtesy of Ur. Harris in not yielding to an adjournment. Mr. Hill denied that the day had been as Mr. Harris had said, wasted. He added that tbe action of tbe senator under the circumstances was cruel and unjnst and unworthy of that senator. 'The senator from Tennessee," said Ur. Harris, "takes tbe responsibility most cheerfully and gladly." Because be cannot avoid it," Ur. Hill snapped in. xtecsuee be onooses to ao it," ur. Har ris said. I will put some other responsibility on tbe senator," Ur. Hill threatened. Proceed." Mr. Harris said defiantly. and senators and spectators laughed. I will," said Ur. Hill, "but I do not intend to.be ordered around. I will not have plantation manners exhibited here. I in tend to take my time." "That," Ur. Harris retorted with bltter- neas, "is the manners of tbe slams of New York." "It may be," Mr. Hill replied with equal asperity, "bnt they are better than tne manners ot the plantations ot Tennessee." Mr. Hill then in a calmer tone presented petitions from the olty of New York against the inoome tax. - Among the signers were W. D. Horn blower and Wheeler H. Peck ham. Then Mr. Hill talked of his efforts to have tbe rules amended so as to allow a cloture. Finally Mr. Aldrich suggested that be preserve the rest of his speech till to-morrow and that some of the formal amendments to the Inoome tax provision might be disposed of to-night. Mr. Hill aasentea ana onerea an amenameni so make the inoome tax go into effect January 1. lo6. instead ot January 1, 183. A vote was taken on one of the commit tee amendments, a verbal one, bnt no quo rum appeared, and Ur. Harris gava notioe that be would not consent to an adjourn ment to-ioorrow until the bill was reported back to the senate. - ine senate then ad jonrned. Labor Day a Legal Holiday. Washington, Juno 22. The senate to day voted to make labor day a legal noli- day. ; . - - Realcneiln Dlacnst. WASHTBaTOzr, June 22. Prof, llenden- ball, in charge of the coast and geodetic survey, has tendered his reslgnstlon to the president, and It is said by gentleman who knows that the professor in his letter to the president puts his aotlon on the ground that the secretary of the treasury has Interfered with the bureau by the re tirement of experts and the substitution of Inefficient men to such an extent that It la no tanner possible to condnot the bureau on a scientific basis. ' BecardeaWIth Interest. ". Glasgow, Juno 22. The American yacht Vigilant left Henderson's dock this afternoon and was towed down tho Clyde to QouTOck, where the British channel fleet is lying. Sbo was regarded by the men of tho British fleet with Intense in terest. ' OS Ittl Wal.1. FIKID. - Tke Resale of k Baaskall Osatts Yesterday With aha lm and Hlte and Brrors, At Baltimore- Baltimore 1 S 0 6 S 4 0-18 Philadelphia. 1 0 S 9 6 l Him Baltimore S. Philadelphia as. Errors Baltimore a PhlladelDhla S. Batteries -Ink. Brown. MtiUana and Bobinaoa: Uarsey. Birrha and Cross. At Pittsburg ; " PittaWmv Krfeidi40 x-ll chic.Ko" ooaosoooo 4 Hits Pittehnn 17. Chtoaso 8. Errors Pitts burg S, Chicago 4. Batteries KUea and Merrill; Griffith and ailtredse. At 8t Loois Bt Loot. r. oeoetooos 8 Cleveland . SS 000000a Hits-Sr. Loots ll Cleveland A Errors 8C Louis 3, Cleveland 1. Batteries Gtarksoo, Haw- ley and Felts; roung and cosnor. At Washington Washington 41T4S411 t-M Boston 8110041 0-1S T7ita Wuhlnffttn 87. Bulrton IS. Krran Washington. 1, Boston 1 Batteries 8ulUan, Mercer and Dry dale; Htaiey, utvett aaa uaasai. At Cincinnati Tbe Cisdnnatt-Lonlsvllle gasae was postponed oa account ot ww grounas. - At New York New Tor It 00000000 0-S Brooklyn 1001001 1 I Hits Kew York 4, Brooklyn 14. Knot -Nww York 5. Brooktvn 1. Batterfis Rnaia u Far- rail; Btein and Kinalow. Dock masters nspanded. New York, June 22. Dockmasters James J. Honaghan and Captain Charles 8. Coye were suspended to-day at a special meeting of the dock board pending an In vestigation Into tbe ebarges made yester day before the polioe oommlasoners by relet l aici,aren oi uarter, naoy ot uo. MO BOX'S PLAT. sale 'Varsity nnd frc.naaen crevra Have a Brash. tfea Thames River. New Lob-dob-, Jane 22. Yale's 'varsity and freshmen crews had a brush on the Thames this evening, racing over li miles of the oourse. Before the orews cams to gether a lengthy oonanltation was held be tween them and Coach Cook, who freely gave Instructions. The orews then lined up for a struggle. This evening there was no boy's play about the brttth. The 'varsity eight got the lead as soon as they settled down to business and maintained it to the end. The 'varsity stroke was S3 to 3, while that of the freshmen was a little qaloker. Olmstead, Yale's coxswain, baa been in creasing in weight and is training to re duce bis flesh. Tbe Harvard orews weto on tbe coarse this evening practicing starts In and near tbe cove above their quarters. When Harvard went up the river Yale came down, and later the latter'a crew bad their time row. The uarvatd eights are rowing well, bnt their practice doc a not atrlke the average observer as snowing tne skill ana power of the Yale men. The Columbia freshman are not doing as well as the other eights. INCO.T1E TAX CHANGED. Amendments Blade to the- Original Bill In Favor of the Bnlldlns and Loan Associations. Wasbikqtos, June 23 The text of the exemption of building and loan associa tions in the income tax clause has been change! to the following, previously re ported by the finance oommlttee having been stricken out: 'Nor to the loans made by the building and loan associations to their shareholders for tbe purpose of enabling them to pro vide for themselves homes," and the fol lowing substituted: 'Nor to building and loan associations or companies which make loans only to their shareholders." Another amendment provides that all persons bavins an Inoome of more than $2,500 a year shall report tba same so in stead of $3,000 a year, as provided for be fore tbe limit ot exemption baa been re duced to $3,000. Still another amendment provides that every corporation, company, etc, doing business for urobt sball make and render to tbe commissioner of internal revenue on or before the first Monday of aCarcb, of each year, an account, etc , to be aa origi nally reported providing that this account has been made to the collector of the dis trict in whloh tbs corporation was situated. The recently amended section WDlon designates what kind of corporations shall be taxed, etc, baa been further amended so as to make it read that the 9 per cent, tax shall be oolleoted on the net profit of iuoome above actual operating expenses. instead of "ordinary working or operating expenses." A f urtner limitation la made alter the word "expssse" by inserting "losses and Interest on their bonded debt." This paragraph now reads: Section 59. That there ebail be levied and collected. rxoept aa herein otherwise provided, a tax of 2 per eent. per annum on the net prohts ot Income above actual operating expenses, losses and interest on bonded debt of all banks, banking institntlons, trnet companies, etp. SUSTAINED THE KKPUBLICANS. I Vice President Stevenson Overrnled Seaators Cray and t,tadar la tne linear Case. Washington, Jane 22 Senator Dixon appeared before the senalo sugar investi gating oommlttee to day and answered in tbe negative all tbe "drag net" questions. He has just returned to Washington. Vice President Stevenson this afternoon certified the Havemeyer and Searlcs cases. In doing this tbe vloe president overruled Senators Gray end Lindsay and sustained tbe two republicans and the popu'lst on the oommlttee who recommended that criminal prosecution should be had with reference to Havemeyer and Searlea as was done in the oases of other recalcitrant wit nesses. Win Bors.it f ailman Cara.' Chicago, Jnne 22. Unless the Pullman company effects a settlement with Its striking employes on or before 8 o'clock Monday evening next, a general boycott against Its sleeping and dlnlDg oars will be declared at noon of tee following day by the American Hallway union. This was the decision reached at the executive a alon this afternoon. Entertained by Jefferson. Buzzard's Bat, Jnne 22. If rs. Cleve land, Mrs. E. C. Benedict and lira. Frank Has tins, the president's sister, were enter tained this evening by Joseph Jefferson at Urow s Meet. Reign of Terror Hr Tramps. Elkxabt, Ind., June 23. A telegram received at Leporte to-day stated that a reign of terror had been instituted at Stevensville by an army of 200 tramps. Threats are made to burn tbe village. The tramps are deserters from the industrial armies. Anotner I nvcsucntlon. FrrrsBOBO, June 22. A woman named Jessie Dorsey appeared to-day before Alderman Braun bf Alleghany City, mak ing informations charging misdemeanor against Director Brown of the department of publlo safety, Superintendent of Folios O Mara ana inspector oi folios slcAelvey. The informations are tbe ontgrowth of Attorney Marron'e recent attack noon Plttebnrg polioe department mtthoda. Tbe oase threatens to open up an exposure in Pittsburg similar to that in progress In new xorx. BUSINESS OUTLOOK BETTER. Eneenraarlnac Indleatlona From ' rloa. Ssnartere Improvement Trade aad Bnalneaa Condition.. ml Nxw Yoax, Jo no 22. Bradstreets to morrow will say: There are indications of a moderate improvement In various lines and enough lnstanoea to reader the fact of some significance. A notably favorable feature ia tbe practical ending of the coke and coal strikers, together with those ia related Industries which will put to work at ones or soon more than 230.000 men. The number of employes la industrial lines still on strike is estimated at about 60.008. There are sales by jobbers In staple lines for f ntars delivery, where nothing savs a bana-to-moutn Dusinese nis been rr ported for weeks. At po'n ti tributary to Kansas City and St. Louis fita'.n harvesting la un der headway; the oundition of wheat la excellent, the demand for money to move theerop marked and supply abundant, Western steel works, recently started, re ported a disposition by capitalists and oth ers to pusn new enterprises. The reverse or the picture oontaina noth ing worse than has been previously re- portea. - -Nnw Yobk, Jane 22. As reported to H. Q. Dan & Oo. the failures during tbe week are 214 in the United States aoainst 273 last year, and 25 in Canada against 14 last year. OOETHE'S VISIT fO CARLSBAD. -T&ero is no doubt that tho Ufa of tho great poet was greatly pro longed by drinking tho waters of tho Sprndel Spring. We hav tho Sprudel Spring brought to us in the form of Salt, which is ob tained by evaporation from tho Waters of Carlsbad. Tho Carlsbad Sorudel Salt (powder formi dissolves tenac ious bile, allays irritation and re moves obstructions by aiding nature, it acts soothinsrlr and witnout pain. Best results ob tained when out-donr exerrisA ran be had. The genuine has the sig nature of ' Eisner & HesdelsosI Co.,Agents,New York, "on bottle. BROWN So DURHAM. tjompiete uome frnlAbers. 74 and 78 Orange St.. cor. Oeato. CaSB on CREDIT. : HUM $1.15 FOB A Lafly'sTiorDoiDlaOifiril Is obeap. but we have some 800 or 400 pairs that we carried over from last seaat n and propose to close them ont at tbe above pnoe, regardless of coat. On sale Friday, May S5tb. Also one case Ladies' J1.53 Patent Leather Oxfords Widths C and D, 92 cents. A. B. GREENWOOD, 773 Chapel Street. Call and are 8H EPF'S PHOTObBAFBB OF THE WORLD and WORLD'S FAIR Ibat ws (Iva away. She Stood On the cool mattine:' covered floor and won dered why she had never usedmatting he fore. We have it in such a lot of patterns, and eachcost3so little, we make peoplehappyand comfortable even in summer. Cash or Easy Terms is our way. P. J. KETJiY & CO., Erai. ii 8i3i Chsrcb Strut QQQO'Q taWsaVsVOOa. BEADING DDK ADS. kts profi able business if jonH heed" wnat inry say. I csn do better for you in Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, .Than any other plaoe in tbe city. ranch as Lawn Seats, Hammock., Hara-I I mock Chairs, Veranda Chairs, Oil; .Stoves, Window Screens, Btfrlger-' atora and Ice unests. Straw Mattings in great variety. FOB THE B ABY A fall line of theT 'justly celebrated Wakefield Carriages.) Freflerlcfc L. Averill, Complete Home Outfitter, 765 to 763 Chapel St. Ctoced svraloirs exopt Monday aad Saturday. sjiyeAyBtVBlaytVfs BANKERS and BROKERS, Kj.43 Broadway, Kew York, AND IS Center Street New Ea.sf. Members N. T. Stock Excbaare, rroduoo Kx baage aad Chicago Board of Trade, C.'.B. BOLDER, aaagerNew Bavea Brandt. All Classes of Railway Stocks and Bonds ; also Grain, fro vi sions aad Cotton Bought and Sold on Commission. Connected by Prmta Wire witn New York, Hoatoa aaa lauoajro. INVESTMENT SECURITIES a arcraAtrr. VAULTS and CESSP00IS BEATLT CLEARED BT FlBRHin, Frlcea Low and Pattefacttoa Snare steed, Orders left at B HAT) LET A D ANN'S. 406 State Street, BXJBT VETTCH SON'S, 74 Cbapal StrMt, t.inrley. ROOT A CO. "8. S3 Broadwar. Will reoern prompt ettaaaoa. P. O. Addn BaSSs. TaKHaaota as-l nrrw bukgIaABY, fibe, UU I fUtfUAOilJti, BT BTBIMS: A AT IH TKE VAULT O neictt sale Dipt Go. Aaaeal rental of safe from FfVB to SIXTY DOLLARS. AbsoiBtc Becumy ror Bonds, Stocks, Wills, Bouloa, Flat, Jewelry, frecloas stones, aad ell erideBoes of values. Aosess to vault tanrajh tba baaklns room ot too M SO HA MPS' BANE, . 731 iinnrcn, cor. senter at. naaaoa rooms for oonvenienoe of natrons. At I persons Interested ere cordially Invited to In. I enact tbe oompaay'spram lass, Opes from I a.m. IO i p.m. Tnoaas B. Taowsanma, President. Outii S. Waira. Ties Prestdant. - Osas. H. TaoVaaAosi, neo. aad Traaa, Prince &WnitBly, are Oaas st Word est laaai least, Siva aanta si Ward far at fall Wsw. (av.n tins as. WANTED. ITtT&TfOWavaasosnteatrirt la I O of I M housework Inquire jeearrT . sap pipmi. WAIITKD. SITUATION by a rwewsaMa rtrl to do nwMval booanrark ta a mU prlrai. raaa- Uy or would ai.ni la nouaaworlc IoWr at WASTED, SITTJaTrOlf ky aa etperteaoad person teeootr. Wash and troa. or housework : nowfcjacUoej to country ; good ref amoa. laqqhw WANTED. CAW rcconuBMd a .tea. uMeH!awt north of Ireland atrt for gwt ral homework la a iaaa ot adults ; can be ma 10 to la MBA. WsLOAV. leg at TbaBaTlngtoa. I'l Tor straws. WANTED. nENTLEMAff and wlfa. havta m or. room ' than ta.. ntwd la tbdr anuan at atom Coa. wtu take a taw aelt bo.rd.ra. Addiana jvWStt It. K . Morris On -. WANTED. OTOR1 room : If w 11 bout power, (rat door ; a3 lower partes taocsiy. noon l Tt r. u. i . DBAWKB T4, dry. WANTED. HOCFEWOBK stria, cooaa, ate. ; alas aba artoaa tor such. ysaw las coukt wrm-ar. WASTED. A STTUATIOS by a very eouipatoat (M so JL oo nouamrora ; city rare 1 hw alM a aloe. iaut, aottvw airl wbowooleT Ilk. to do Unt boaeawork or eoooad work, eao also nnderstaada the cars of ctilldraa. Bartholomew, Wo. 51 Ora-r. .lux, Oandorroyw OM Istaad. WANTED. 15 vert oau bar. Tfeer. . aa otner nr won aowwwu. atn oms wauaM. tarsi know and sopplv all La baM. Halnfaraa pi Xa yaojrniaai, eararnuy etawilntonl. ccaeta ao toe work raquirea. rtafwt omoa, trot ca iwmw nini aajrlaaa. til 771 gXisccU;mcous. FOIC 8 ALE. srv- A Faetlanrt pay, iann in;, can, baraasr, asd Address P. O DRAWER 74. City. jwtl tf Arrive) Saturdav. .Inn 23. TV-ya Aa extra An. carload of bonn-ktaTf erdrauirataaddrl.ara. tL. F. BISHOP A CX . 41 Oeorg. uwc A 'omparativIv New QAE bedraoai autt (muttnth oalwi dntob ) to be sold at pnvaia sal. at 3SK ituu atnwa. 19 tf B. HlKlTH. Woman's Kirhsnre, MrHAfELBTRKET lOMBTENCSMEXTaal'at lira Ritn Bowar, brio.lnr Saturday. June aa. urderataaaa fur "Vpreaes" and luacbe ; Macon, caa. aal JaBt ada CLAIRVOYANT. READtNOd an all Private ass Baalaraa Vat tara. SK.lOiL-Wom.a a VJOOaullauoa to perano or krnr. Manx J. tuiin . m. u , acMly OfnoLTowlaeHoial.l4C3borAat onytO LrOari. I fill o 1 10.000 to loan oa personal awrorlty. O 1 VV sack as furniture, lit. laaanaaoa poll- elea, stocks of asorrhaadl... real Mate, aota. etc ; rrpraoMtaUve will call and oxptaln. For pvtteuiara adorers ygi si ; kj. t. mts oroce. Two Ways of Living. One.justbreathe. The other, use your fan for your neighbor's bene fit as well. Two Ways of Doing Business. One, size up your cus tomer and ask for your merchandise all you think you can get. The other (our way), goods marked in plain fig ures and one low price to alL Two Ways of Making Money. One, find employment in a mint. The other, prevent waste and loss by buying your Re frigerators of acation time now. Remember that vou cannot buy "Potted Meats, Olives, Biscuits, Wines or Mineral Waters in the Mountains or at the Seaside, except at a very large advance over home prices. We pack and ship orders without extra charge. Catalogue for the asking. Edw. E. Hall Si Son. 770 Chapel Street. ESTABLISHED 1E4Z. gtitcvfctiutncuts. PQITS WCXQERUX3 THEATER. Week Commenclnc Blonder. Jane It. The Last Big Bill of the Season. For full particulars sea Local RoUee. adnata loa 10 eeara. Ooaa aallv frna 1 -SB M aiS aad twllaa gxmrsloiis. Y ALE-HAEV1ED BOAT RACE. The KasnlBoent Twin Screw Steatttsr RICHARD FECK Will Inava Bella Dock, New Haven. Thursday, June 28, 1 894, For Thenars River Conrar, at ItSO p. an. This steamer, the fastest ot tbs Boon, fleet. will afford her passencers a greed view of this race, and will retora to Kew Haven immediately after the race is oust. Fare 1.7 for Iks entire trip. Stnlc- ro.aa. Sl.oo a p ward a. Music aad Sofreaunanta on boar A Tickets aad Stateroom, (or aale by Peck A Blanop, 70S Chapel street, aad at Steamboat office. Bells Dock. J0 st , r The Popular Steamer MARGARET, Captain John Fitzgerald, n "a, WiU mak. nwolar trp. to Doobla liTiT' "" PotM enrtog toe excursion seasoa, COMntsOSQ JULY. . Special Rat g for Societies ' and 8 an day Schools. - : -. .Apply to . : JOHH W. CARTER, Manager. IVk Blaaop,AAlA,Tn Ospel street, lal