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Thbeb Mostiu, 11.60; OxkJ Month, 60
cents; Onb Week, IS cents; Bisoi.e
Momluy, Juue 'Jr, 181(4.
Itaririilns At Mnllory's,
Checked 811k Howe Stetson.
Complete lloiiu-rurnliibi-rii Hrnwn s Durham
CUv JiotU'O CommltliH' cm Hi rt'L'ta,
Jially Chat Mulley, Nuely 4 Co.
JHvlili-nd-Clty llnnlc.
KtBliI Cent Jv Ctiim. Monnon Co,
Furniture 11. I). Annlrnnir tc Co.
i)t lli-Crrlairu-io Oriumo Street.
Kor lti'nt Cottayu E. Mulli-y,
J'or lti-nt ltooma E. Mullfy.
J'or ltcnt Idioms K. Mnllcy.
For Kent llnuiir K. Mitlli-y.
J-'or halo l'otiyOiittlt-ll"X-'l. Humilpn.
"or Snip KcHiimrimt-U 1)., TIhk oilW.
Oram! PhoppliiK Kinpurliiiii K.M,llrown4 Co.
rlu1 Rom t.lnIi y, ItiMil it I'u,
Hiiy HnkiK Uniilov, llodl iV 'o.
llcrninuii's Cut'u Nivln Hm k.
Ijiwii sprinklers UiiHlcy, lt"t Co.
MiirvHmiK UitrKiiln-Kwin MrlnlyTe 4 Co,
Nollrr- of N. Y. unci S. H. K. It. Td.
Ituhtier Hiwr Llnxlcy. IC t A Co.
fiimmcr Price Chainlm-lulu Furniture Co.
Fflreons LIiihIpv. Html l'o.
Wantiil Situation Hi Sylvan avenue.
Wanted Situation tl lmri'iire turret.
Wanted Situation M. N.. thin ollii'i.
tt'untiil Si'amBtri'KS-iTI Whitney avenue,
Wanted Sltuntlon-icl Hay street.
Wuutcd Man New Uuvi-n hospital.
Ornri or tbi Chiis
WiUFlNOTOK. D. 0 . D p. m.. JuneS4, 1994.,
For New England Gencrnnlly fall.
Local Weather Iteport,
ron june !M, lsi.
It.-l. Humidity.
Wind Direction
Wind Velocity.
. 00.11
Mean temperature. 75.
Max. temperature, 78.
Jlln. temperature, 01.
Precipitation, T inches.
Mnx. veloeitv of wind. 20-NE.
Excess of tcinperaturo Binco January 1, 383
Di tlolency of precipitation since January 1,
7.04 inches.
W.C.C. H. J. COX, Observer.
Note. A minus Rljrn prefixed to ther
mometer readings indicates temperature be
low zero.
A "T" In connection with rainfall indicates
ft trace 01 rainfall too small to measure.
Snow is melted and resultintf depth of
water not known.
X.OCAZ xrns.
Brief Mention.
The Ladies Homo Journal for July at
An article by Rev. Mr. Scofleld is un
avoidably delayed until to-morrow.
Lake Saltonstall for an outing.
Steamer Cygnett connects with train at
the lake.
Miss E. R. Andrea oi GO Sylvan ave
nue has returned from Mt. Holyoke
college for the summer.
The members of the Church of the
Redeemer will elect four new deacons
at a meeting to be held to-morrow even
ing. General John H. Young from Ur
bana, O., Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Barber
and daughter Bessie are stopping at
the Elliott llouse.
John V. West, while intoxicated,
broke open the door of Walter Foley's
house at 327 State street, last evening,
and was arrested by Officers Grant and
D. II. Mitchell, the colored evange
list, preached two telling and able ser
mons at Savin Rock yesterday, which
were listened to with close attention by
a large number of ,tho persons present.
Thousands visited Savin Rock and
Morris Cove by means of the electric
cars yesterday and the cooler weather
was immensely enjoyed by all. Salur
flay, no doubt, ranks as one of the hot
test days, if not the hottest, of 1891.
New Haven was as hot as any place in
the country yesterday.
At the last meeting of Hammonassett
Tribe, No. 1, Improved Order of Red
Men, it was voted to adopt a stand of
colors composed of the American flag
ond the Red Men's flag. The matter of
turning out on July fourth was consid
ered, but no action was taken.
The contract for the extensive im
provements at Poli's Wonderland is in
the hands of Thomas F. Hearn & Co.
The work will be commenced this morn
ing and will be pushed rapidly forward
With a view to completion In time for an
early opening of the theater in the fall.
At the meeting of Admiral Foote post
on Saturday night F. B. Fcnton was
mustered in and it was voted to turn
out on July I with the Boys1 Brigade.
Upon the invitation of General A. H.
Embler, the grand marshal of the day,
the post will act as an escort and will
appear in line with all the corps flags
which were carried in Washington.
Mrs. Eliza A. Grannis, an estimable
lady residing in Mt. Carmel, wife of
Joseph A. Grannis, a well-known and
esteemed citizen, died Saturday, aged
seventy-eight years. Her long life had
been a useful one and she leaves many
friends who will hear of her death with
sorrow and cherish her memory.
John C. Brown, the popular night
clerk at the Tontine hotel, was one of
the happiest men in the city yesterday.
Saturday his wife presented him with a
bouncing ten-pound daughter. Mother
end daughter are doing well. Last night
"Johnnie," as he is familiarly known,
was kept busy receiving the congratu
lations of his many friends.
About 160 members of the Arions and
Bergische Harmonie left Saturday
afternoon for New York to participate
)n the meeting of the German singers
Which is in progress at the Madison
Square garden. They made a very fine
appearance in marching to the depot,
beaded by the Second Regiment band,
Respite the intense heat of the after
boon, which made all exertion a weari
ness to mortals. Quite a few carried
Umbrellas to shield themselves from the
pin's scorching rays,
An Interest inn cvtmtulo service, com
poH'il liirjfi'ly uf murie, wan held lunt ov-
eulnB lit 0;SO In the Grand aveuutt Con-
KivKUllonul i-liurc-ti,lii place of tlm ueiiul
preaching service.. Tlu'to was pood
luslng liy a quartet and t'Urii,wli
1 Jul 1111110 and nn wMivs. The suliject
win "Tlio Day of Thy Fullli."
Rev, Dr Hugo last evening nddremoil
the niemlMT of tlio elm of '04 nnd
frlemU i.f ciluenlloti nt the Grand live.
tine Haptlit church.
At i ho Etwt lViirl direct church lut
evening Nov. J. II. Hand preached on
'AlViinya Day in the Lord's Vluo
yard.'' Rev. James A. Gallup of M Allison Ail
ed the pulpit of the Seeoml i liuivh yen
tenliiy. Pb'-liiR (he pat week creditor of
Bunnell Si ScTiiiitim have received
elieeks from TnMeo Stoddard for their
dividend out of I lie wreck. There were
a niuulier of cuntoiiierH lict'u and their
losses will lio considerable.
Charles I). Munwnrrlng of Ktist IVnr!
street, a clerk nt t'liiiiuheiliiiii k Co.'
furnit lire more, left Hntiinlay night for
a vacation of n week and will visit
friends in Hurtford, Spiinj;Ueld and
North Adunm.
llnrvey It. Bnrkcr, father of Mrs.
Fred B. Smith of .'141 Kxeluuise streel,
died ut his home in LSruul'onl from heart
disease, Saturday.
Work has begun in remodeling the
Fair Haven uml Westville horse car
barns in preparation for receiving the
new electric cars.
HA it I'd A it I i ron M HOI '-VJ.
Several Hundred KxcursloiilnU I'nablcto
ICcach Home.
The members of the Ilnrugari Licder
tafel, their families and friends to the
number of several hundred, went on
their annual excursion to North Bench,
L. 1., yesterday. The steamer "Sun
shine" was chartered, and early yester
day morning a large number of excur
sionists started off intent on having a
day brimful of pleasure. North Heueh
was Fafely reached and the day
thoroughly enjoyed. The homeward
trip was commenced late in the after
noon, but in the meantime a severe
storm hud arisen and the waters of the
sound became very rough. Finally,
when off Fort Jefferson, it was decided
Unit it would bo impracticable to at
tempt to reach New Haven, and the ex
cursionists put into the harbor at Fort
Jefferson, where they remained until n
late hour this morning. The "Sunshine"
vas due in this city about 7 o'clock last
Why the Wheels Squeaked.
The residents along the Sylvan ave
nue electric car line were disturbed yes
terday by the squeaking of the wheels
on one of the cars. Upon inquiring of
the company it was learned that it was
a new truck which nad only been put
on yesterday and that the trouble will
be all over by to-day. The company
has experienced the sainetronhlcou the
main line, but only for a short time.
The Rescue band of the R. M. O. T
onion will hold a goapel meeting Saturday
evening and Snnday afternoon, as uenal,
in the City Missions rooms, corner Court
and State streets. Snnday afternoon, at 3
o'clock, tbey will hold an open-air eervlo
on the Wooster square green. Mr. W. H
Spear, the eloquent temperance orator,
will address the meeting. Mnaio to be
led by the Bamberg brothers with their
cornets. All are welcomu.
Wheelmen, ask to see oar oorrngated
eole bicycle shoes. Tbey are speedy.
We are showing this week s special lot
of men's calf and Russia leather razor ot
bale at $3 50 a pair.
D. W. Cosqrovb & Co.
Special to Wheelmen.
We bave the best and easiest blcyoie sbre
in the market. These are the regular L
a. W. shoes, bat are not high priced
Call and see them.
je22 3t D. W. Cosqrovb & Co,
Ladies, we bave about 150 more pairs of
thst nobby blnrherette Oxford. They will
go quickly at $1 a pair.
D. W. Cosqrovb & Co.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla,
Yhen she. was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria
0 & CO,
Chapel, cor. State.
Who weds In June,
Who conies wi'h Summer to this earth
And owes to June her day of birth ;
With a ring of c.tseyea on her h&n J,
Can health, wealth and a Ions,
happy married life ooaunasd.
.And for apropriato
Call at
The Diamond Evperts,
799 Chapel stivet.
po says
I have used in my practice
:vcry known raw food extract,
but now exclusively prescribe
i raw meat extract prepared in
.ms city, called
It is very rich in all the ele
ments required in the formation
of blood and tissue. It repairs
waste very rapidly, ana is
borne by the most delicate
stomach of excellent taste,
and is rapidly digested.
2),000 physicians endorse it.
Sold by all dni&tista.
A. P. BU8U 4 CO.. HI) Prl tret, Boston,
New Knglanrt .gttnra
Are still coining very fins.
We are Offering them Very Low.
Spring Lamb, Spring Lamb.
Asparagus, Freeh Mint,
Peas, Ken bnnch Beets,
Choke Florida and Hothouse Tomatoes,
Mushrooms, Mushrooms.
7 and 9 Church st. 152 Portsca st.
Spring Lamb. Saddles, Legs and
Tenderloin and Prime Ribs
of Beef.
Ducklings, Snring Chickens and
Plover, Squabs and Sweetbreads.
All Our Poultry is Fresh Killed.
We handle no Iced stcck.
350 and 352 State Street.
One WorcL,
If the right one, is bet
tcr than a volume of
Our Word
For this week is a sug
gestion. If you would
like a Sideboard in your
dining room we can fur
nish it for $5 antique,
and a yery pretty Board.
A Word
Of caution, iloweyer ri
diculous this may sound,
please do us the fayor to
call and inyestigate, and
we think you will be
Complete Housefurnishers. ,
71 and 76 Orange Street, corner Center.
The weather to-day Likely
We speak our little piece this time to
the thousands who are seeking rest and
comfort by the day, by the week, by the
month; at home or away from home; in
woodland dell, on rockbound coast or
sand swept shore.
A perusal of these columns will show
articles that contribute very materially to
an enjoyable summer. Articles exempt
from pricely extravagance.
We welcome all Commencement People to the "Wana
makers " of the East.
Breeze Cloth
seems to be on the lips of
every woman. It lends .fine
adornment without burdening
the wearer. Delicate tints
of olive srreen ' and white.
124 cents a yard.
For scaling mountain tops,
sailing over briny billows or
rolling rivers, polling at
eventide along . the beach,
Vigilant Boating Twill is the
fabric, 50 inches .wide, $1.00
a yard. No colors except
navy blue and black.
There'll be a sale of triplets
on Monday near ' Daylight
Square. Ginghams, Lawns
and Percales at a level 8 cents
a yard.
As good a IS cent 30 inch Lawn as was
ever sold. Percales (not Priseillas) sell
ing every day at 121 cents a yard.
Altogether a bright able
bodied lot of Wash Goods in
good styles, 8 cents a yard.
Increasing trade in Wash
Goods has demanded j more
salespeople and more room.
Velvets will therefore give
up their counter and move in
with Black Dress Goods until
further notice.
How Men Jump
for cool clothes these days.
Don't jump in vain either
arouud here. All wool blue
and black Serge Coats, single
breasted $3.98 ; double
breasted $4.98. White Duck
Pants 98 cents, the $1.25
kind. Fancy Duck Vests
cool, neat styles 69 cents, the
$1.00 kind. :,T
Men's Fancy Laundered Neglleee
Shirts, attached collars and culls, sensi-
Ble patterns, 75 cents each. Summer
nth Robes in eiderdown and terry cloth
$!: and higher.
Leather Belts, 25;cents each. Feather
weight Braces for pants 25 cents. Cost
60 cents last year. . . 1 , .
Buy "The Tourist" Um
brella, detachable handle and
point. This you can pack in
your trunk. -:
Pack Your Saratoga ,
or whichever trunk it may be,
with ' v
Extra Fine Tan Hose-. ' Children's. 17
cents ; Ladies725 cents apair.I . Ladles'
fine Lisle Tan Hose at 38 cents or 3 pairs
for $K0O.
Children'!! fine Tan Lisle Hose at 88
cents. . Ladies' fine Tan Silk Hose at
63, 75, 89 cents and 81.00a pair..
Special : One case of La
dies' Hermesdorf Black Hose
3 pairs for 50 cents. J :
1 Undirweah :tLadiV White Silk Vests
at 50 cents each. Warranted all sik.
Ladies' Fine GauzeKnee Drawers at S3
Cents. Could sell them easily at 50 cents.
Boys' and Misses' Game Vesm. Knee
Drawers and Pants at 1, 25 and 33 cents
each. , ; v; -i
Find them all at that busy
point, the Hosiery ' nd
Underwear Counter. : ::v
Take along a nice Utttt 6oxt Tour
ist Silk Cora RucHvg, colors whitt and
MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1894.
'Jtff Haven, Monday, June 25, 1804.
to be fair.
cream. A box of 6 yards for 20 cents.
Summer reading of the best and
cheapest sort in the last shipment of
George Munro's publications. Novels
by popular authors selling at 3 cents
each or 34 volumes for $1 .00.
Trade Table, No. 1.
Summer Corsets
The light, porous, comfort
able kind with no sacrifice of .
style or fit. Ready Monday
morning. 50 dozen more of
those lovely long waisted
ventilated Corsets with fine
viettingand double side steels'.
All sizes 18 to 30 and price
to be 49 cents. .
A full line of our own exclusive Son
netteSummer,Corsets in three lengths.
Medium, long and extra long waists,
first-class materials and a direct copy of
C. P. imported shapes. Sterling value at
. OS cents.
Everything supplied in the
line of popular Health Waists
for Ladies, Misses, Boys and
Successful Shoe
selling and warm weather
have opened the Shoe Man's'
poetical vein".
Hunt ye the lion, fish ye the stream,
Play ye at tennis or moving by steam j
Shoes for all nations, shoes for all times,
Cooling and comforting, ring ye the chimes.
Another lot of Shoes for
98 cents, valued at $1.75 . .
White Canvas, Kid trimmed
98 cents. Tan Oxfords, bright
and stylish, 98 cents. Don
gola with patent leather tips,
98 cents. . . Tan Shoes for
Boys, Misses and Infants,
plenty of them at io'to 20$
below exclusive shoe store
prices. :
Your Dream Of Dresses
pure white dresses may be
realized in making up these
, Dotted Swiss Muslins at 10,
12, 19, 25, 30, 37,'44 50
and h2 cents a yard. Yes,
scarce in other places, but
we- are with you for the bal-
. ance of the season. Early
preparation you know.
Fancy Black Organdies at
, i 2 1 5,19 and 2 5 cents a
yard. Very desirable and
stylish. . "
Turkish Towels.
V" Get along without them !
What for ? Almost indispen
sable a towel that dries one.
Very . economical at 1, 10,
124, -19, 25, 33 and 50 cents
each. . ; ; . - ;
Linen Coqrb. - v
For The Traveler
or, tfc ' stay-at-home. ,-. For
work or for play.'( :
Telescope Bags' f .It up
Qood Leather Traveling Bags assort. ' -
Canvas Covered Trunks, Iron hot- t
fun, woelnuir luck, made strung 1.(7
Trunk ritrapn .09 up
Yale Lwiilief Dress Suit Cast l.W
Shawl Straps , ,0
I'icnlo HkrtJ ,0
Wright & Lmsos'i best Lawn Tennis ,
Ball .W
Tennia KackMs ' ,M up
llaiw Hull lints .ui
lluae Balls ,l
Velnt'llM-di- ' J U
Olrl' Trlcycl,' IMS
Oil Sloven
friteratnrs I.S7 up
WaleriiiKPoia .14
lit Mate Lawn Mowers i.TO
Win lhh (.-overs, ml of 6 .117
Tanuluiuol Fly Paper, a sliest .01
We believe it will be money in your
pocket to see those 47 cent Traveling
Whoever has seen the Yale Dress
Suit Case advertised, knows that thj
regular price has been $3.69. ,
One of the very best things
we have to offer is the $125.
00 " Tourist " high grade
Bicycle for $65.00. Let us
refer you to parties who have
Ready Duck Suits
in blues and small dots on
white grounds at $2.00,
Other styles $2.50. Fifty
different patterns and combi
nations at $3.25, $3.50, $3.75,
$4.25 and $5.00. All linen
duck suits, $7.50 to $10.00.
Covert and fcTire Suits " Tuxedo,"
"Cutaway " " Prince Albert," etc., $7.M
$H.M. 10.00, ;iv50 and $14. W. Them
are the .uuclerlutnig prices for all wool
Khlrt Waists have been holding a strong
point in our aales. Hardly a marvel
when from the cream of manufacturers
we say, 90 cents to 81-75 for laundered.
38cents.to $1.09 un laundered.
All Novelties that sold at
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $3.98
are marked to one price
Take A Dip
in the surf but don't tolerate a shabby Bath,
ing Suit when we sell Ladies' Suits, braided
and plain at $1.75 to $4.50. All wool suits
for Men, one or two piece, every size, 50
cents to 3.00.
Ladies' Gloves
Chamois Gloves, French Suede Lislej
Thread Gloves. Both the washable kind.
Pure silk Gloves all lengths in white, black
and colors. Silk Mitts too.
Glove Counter.
Various Articles
Traveling Companion,
contains, i Solid back bristle
Hair Brush, i . Celluloid
Comb, 1 Nail Brush, i Tooth
Brush, 54 cents ! What think
you of that ?
Sole Leather Collar and Cuff Boxes, 75
cents and upward.
Leather Shoe Seta, 50 cents.
Leather Covered Drinking Cups, 23
Ladies' Canvas Belts, 10, 19 and 25
cents pdcli.
Leather Belts from 25 cents upward.
Main Entrance, Eight Aisle-.
Head our Silk Neivs in
another place .on this page.
It's headed, " Took all of 'em."
kTs profitable business If you'll heed"
what tney eay.
I osn do better for yon in
Furniture, Carpets, Crockery,
aThan any other place in the city.'
A fall line of Seasonable Goods.
such as Lawn Seats, Hammocka.Ham-1
nock Chairs, Veranda Chairs, Oil!
-Stoves, window Boreens, Kefrlger
rstors ana ice uaeits. '
Straw Mattings in great rariety.
F0RTHK BABY A f nil line of theT
r justly celebrated Wakefield Carriages
Complete Home Outfitter,
755 to 763 Chapel St
Closed ereslng except Monday
w . MU oaiuruav. .
39 c iPeck
; ...i.i t, ' I
! Soda Crackers i
! So lb. , -1 .
'"'"" ai" id's stirs sji.oo.
Fancy Roll Butter 1
268 lb. ,!
Taacr Batmonl Sst'oaas. 190.
special jotuts.
The '03 Models, rally jraaran
teod,ielI at Low Prices.
It yon think $125 too much
tor a bicycle, one of these should
please you.
We sell for cash or on cosy
Store open every evening.
Repairing and Itentlng,
Tho Ysrn Bicjcle and Rubber Ston,
158 Orange Street
A Word About oar Stack.
OWe have all the leading makes
of lists. The raort popular Is the! 1
OFor which we have the solsacsncy
In Now Haves Our assortment! 1
of Trunk and Traveling Ban Is
Sk verv lam. At tbls season
Uyear we offer Fur Capes at vary
low prices. We bave ihem la
O length) adapted for Spring wear.
tl. b r... t n.t a. J
i uc dui gets r ur a oai uu.-
749-751 rbapel Street.
Always to be depended upon.
At the home in the .club
on the , pic-nic - in camp
at the shore cottagebest
every wiieic. . .
$1.00 per dozen', ani 'you ban throw
away the empty bottles.
Edw. E. Hall & Son.
77O Chapel Street. .
On the cool matting
covered floor and won
dered "why; she had:
never nsedmatting be
fore. We have it in such a
lot of patterns, and
' each costs so little, we
' make people happy and
comfortable even ' in
Cash or Easy Terms is our
Spencei:Matthews :Ca
31 State Street 243'

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