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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND CDURIERt, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1894.
AT OLD FORT ' HALE PARK, gtS OnHAT ADdrtAnillTTTOM. lHTAXttMlMOriSMEaTa. VW Boautr of the Views From the rait tmlri TI t Hwwnt OtancM for tba Haltw I tha l"rk Other Improvements Boon to ba Mada. Tha town of Now Haven Km In Fort hr.l. Oarlr m. mnil vnlnahlft tract of a.nd, anwoeptlbleTif great improvement nd development Into a moit beautiful park; It la computed of hill and dale, (water, land, hill and mountain view, an extent of vlalon for hundreds of mllee, starting at Guilford or Falkland UlfM round through Long Jsland ound.tBke In Long Island Itself, the 'lightship' off tha "Shoal rround." light houses, breakwater and jetties, then Btrat rord, Mllford Point, Woodmont, Savin Jlock, Wert and New Haven, Orange, ETyler City, : Woodbridge, ' Bethany, jHamderfi West and East Rock, Sleep ing Giant, Hanging Hills of Merlden, iWalllngford, North and East Haven, Lake Saltonstall Park, Branford, back to Guilford, a magnificent panorama tin surpassed by anythii.jr In this coun try, and. the majority of New Haven people, aa a general thing, don't know It. The town of New Haven has .bought nd paid for all this beautiful spot.pro cured for a cubllo park for all tlme,ln- tended It aa a place where the people, the rich (but more particularly the peo , pie of small means) can go, and under the shade of its splendid old and young oaks and other trees, enjoying the beautiful scenery, the extended and magnificent water view, the refreshing and invigorating sea alr, fresh, cool, ' from Long Island sound, which old ocean supplies every six hours out of her abundance sendB in through the ound Into New Haven harbor. What is wanted Is to have people of iNew Haven know what a bononza they have, in thlB park, and to have them avail themselves of its advantages and luxuries, all of which 1b as free as the p.lr. which they breathe, the people of small means to know what a treasure they have at their own door, whlch.if they have not the ten cents to pay car fare. Is so near they can walk, as it is only about one, and a half miles from the city line, and all- in the town of ffew Haven. The jark commlssoners ere spending all the money they can .get In beautifying and improving this delightful spot; they have removed all the old buildings, driven -out all the creese, ducks and chickens which roam, fed about there and which made It such fe nuisance for those who wished to en Joy the beautiful green sward and $hade, so that nowthe ,lady with hr white dress need be in no fear of Hav ing it soiled by coming in contact with . the geese, ducks, etc.; every nuisance has been removed, and parents can feel perfectly secure in having their nurses take their children-- arid roam about these beautiful grounds, or wade in the cool salt water or bask in the sunshine end picking up shells on the beach' The people should know that here fthey can take their baskets of provl' elons and picnic under the trees where hundreds can be accommodated and . there being space enough for different parties so that no party, would inter fere with the other. The majority of people don't know that Instead of Mr ing picnic grounds, here they have godd picnic, grounds free, that , this Is , the people's park. . Many think the'grounds Up at the . palisades or on the plais ance are private. The people want to understand they are public. Every man and woman in the town of New Haven have a right there and an uwnership In those, lands which, they oan enjoy in 6 rational way. No intoxicating drinks ,iwlll be allowed in the park. There ls;a superintendent of the park and an offf cer to protect the parties who come and arrest any disorderly person's shouia they enter the park grounds. There is ho saloon or drinking place anywhere hear the park. It is as secluded as any private residence or as any private park. The Morris Cove electric road, Under. the direction of the park com. rnlssloners, is contributing and will continue to contribute material atdiand in th6' neat future it is expected a fine pavilion or casino will be ere"eted in t! ewale between the high- land of the Plaisance on one side and Sunset view on the other, where music and dancing can tie enjoyedt during the moonlight flights of the siftnmer, and Where the heat is so-much modified by the sea air flowing up through" this swale that one hardly realises it is hot in the city, and both recreation and health, are secured. i The electrlc'tars of the New Haven Street Railway company leave corner Chapel and Church streets every twen ty minutes fof - Fort Hale park and jiorris Cove, fare ten- cents. Parties tan leave the cam at the station oh the park, between Woodward and Townsend avenues, - and walk through the park Ho "sunset view" on the "Palisades'" on the "Plaisance" to the entrance at fctorrls Cove and take he cafs at that entrance or parties can ride to Morris Cove, leaving the cars at. the Morris Covfe entrance', which is between Cap tain Belcher's store-and house, .and go to the "Plaisance" ami . "Palisades' then to "sunset -view" and take the tsars at the,.statlon, on the park, be tween Townsend and Woodward ave fiues. .Superintendent Thompson will tiire'ct parties where- they, can have rieir ini'n,,: Mi)r?n.n. in. rnc npar riiTiira It. is intended to! erect bath houses for the. people, but at present the funds of the park commission will not allow that Expenditure, for with bath houses come the necessary attendance tfnd the com mission is too poor to attempt that bow.' If some benevolent person iwould put "It; into the hands of the (Would put into the hands of the that purpose they .'would be doing a freally benevolent act for what is very Jnuohne'eded is public bath houses from iwhich . the people; under rules and Regulations, can bathe free. At the jast'qule. unlike the west) shore one oaithathe at any hour of the day or (night, the change of tide .making nd iflifference, and there being no holes or arnaer current, jiiakes it perfectly safe tor .women and children to bathe or . fcwim to their heart's content " '-, -:: 16 Ball for Enrobe: ' ' The .Rev, W. Ai ' Beardsley of St jThomas' 'Church will sail for Antwerp' BMiiiy on w nnineiana, jo oe away tontM the tetter -part ,of Aftgtfsi Dr. feeardsley wifli be accompanied by Oeorge J: Bassett. Durfngi his absence Ihe pArish lwlli M in charge of Rev, James a Ooley. rAMUATtX MSWt. IMrale of fba Orand Avanu ongTftlonl Church Mr. WlUon'i Siou llln flana for Calibrating tba FoBrth"-To Iwtttala Haptaaopba' Conclave. Tha annual ptonlo of the Grand ave nue Congregational church and Sunday school to Lake Saltonstall yesterday was a delightful trip for all participat ing The excursionists went over on the electric cars, embarking at the Cor ner of Grand avenue and Ferry street. After a pleasant sail on the lake the party reached the plcnlo grounds. The events of the day Included a drill and dress parade by the Boys' Brigade Of the .Sunday school, deployed as two companies, an exhibition of dress dolls and of fancy sewing by the little miss es, dinner and band concert at noon', followed by track events In the after noon. The committee coriainiy arrang ed very pleasant affair. Mrs. W. W. Kelsey of 2T8 Ex-change street Will leave for Europe to-morrow. She Will go with Mrs. John E. Earle. Charles H. Wilson, the Norm Front street plumber.was taken suddenly ill Monday evening from, the enects of apoplexy. He was taken to his home on Rose street, and Is considered in a very serious condition. He is attended by Dr. Slebold. Business will be quite generally sus pended to-day. The stores wi:i open dur ing the morning, but win Close at noon, as will the branch postofflce. Some of the small boats will go out with private parties, and there will be family gather ings at the shore and in the woods.. At Riverside park there will be a trot.ana many will go out during tne afternoon There will be three races; 2:40, 2:50 and the 8:00 minute class. There will also be two running races and a Shetland pony race. It is proposed to institute the flew conolave, Improved Order Heptasopns, about July 10, and all who have not re ceived the medical examination are re, ouested by Edward I. Clark, the or ganlzer, to call at once upon ur. j. Slebold. 1i Grand avenue, or Dr. E. M. Hall, 82 Grand avenue, for examina. fir. There will be heavy traffio to-day and the Fair Haven and WestvHle rail both on the electric road to -the shore road, and both lines will run extra cars. Mrst E. A. Neale of the annex is visit Irig Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bushneil of Ter ryville. Mrs. J. Kinney and family, aecompa. nied by Homer H. Potvlne, left yester terday for .Holyoke on a vacation trip, The- friends of Miss Loie Brown, the eighteen year old daughter of ex-Select mart Brown of the annex, say that she Is all right notwithstanding the stories of her disappearance, and that she will come back to town in a few days. They know where she is, it is announced, The Weather Biritau'g Snnrmnry for this fiction. Following" is the weather bureau' summary of New' Haven weather for last' month: Mean barometer 29;S7, highest barort ter 30.28, date 14. Mean temperature highest temperature 93, date 23; lowest temperature, 4a, date .$'4? Greatest daily range of temperature 81, date 11, Lreast dairy range of temperature ID, date Mean temperature for this trronth in 1883, 68; 1884, 87; 1SS5, 65; 1886, 63; 1887, 66; 1888, 68," 1889, ?; 1890, ;" ISSli 1892, 69; -1893, 66; 1894',. 68. Mean tern' perature for his month for twenty-two year's, 67; total excess in temperature during month, 81 degrees; total excess in temperature since January 1, 406 de (trees; prevailing direction of wind, g W1.; total movement of wind, 60.931 miles; Maximum velocity of wind, di rection and date--24, W, on 4th; .mean dew point, 64; mean relative humidity, 87; total precipitation, 49 Inches; num ber of days on which .01 inch ot more of precipitation fell, 7. Total .precipitation (in inches) ,for this month in 188-1,'83, 1884 6,26, 1885 43. 1886 2.84, 1887 6.62. 1888 2.15, 1889 3.17, 1860 3.12, 1891 1.90,1892 4.88, 1893 4.(57, 1S34 49. Average precipitation for, this' month for twenty-two year's. .2.93; total deft, eieney in precipitation during month 77 inches; total dendieney in precipi tation since January li 144 inches; number of clear days, 1(5; partly Cloudy days, 14; cloudy days, 6; dates' ot f rests. none; dates of solar halo's, 6; dates of lunar halos, hone; dates ot thunder- Storms, 4Y 14, 30. - W. C. cavanagh-K, i. Observer, weather bureau. OBlTVAltt. Sudden Death of MM, William tfrtch In NewYrfrfc. The death of Mrs, Emily M. Pitch, Wife of the, late Ex-Mayor William Fitch, which ooourred early yesterday morning in New York city, Brings deerj and sincere sorrow to the hearts of her large circle of friends, Mrs. Fitchlefi home to this oity Monday afternoon for Dansville, N. Y,, tor the s'utnme'F, ac companied by Professor George E. Day and wife, They remained over night in New York. Yesterday, ,'mornlna her nephew, Mr. John B. Fitch, received a telegram announcing the death of Mrs; Fitch, and at once -' left : for New York, returning' last evening with the remains of the deceased lady. Profes-- sor and Mrs. Day also returned. . The funeral , services will take place from the' late -residence of the : deceased, 185 Chrireh" street,"" to-morrow (Thursday) afternoon at 4 o'clo6k, Mrs. Fitch died Very suddenly of angina pectoris. - in her death the city loses a hiehlv estimable lady, ' whose'1 virtues and Worth Endeared her to -her friends and whose life had been marked by much usefulness.. With several institutions, the. New Haven, orphan asvhrm. the New Haven hospital and the New Ha ven training schooler nurses, she had long been identified, and by her wise counsels and marked executives ability had contributed much to' their prosper ity. She was 'a -member- of - Center church and was a lady whose heart and purse ever responded to. the call of raf tering, want or .distress. KThejaews of her death was a great shock to the fam ily and friends. :-Ms. FifoVs husband, the late ex-Mayor ' Fitch, was" one of New Haven's oat steetrjiod. and useful men. - - .',' IA WtPit DITIDUD la Favor of Merttek Co. of Tbla City, P. J. Donahue of Waterbury was the defendant In a oase In which the Arm of C 8. Mersrck 4k Co. of New Haven, were the plaintiffs. The Waterbury American says of the case; The Mer sicks are Iron, steel end tlnplate mer chants, and are wealthy. They say that Donahue Is Indebted to them and wanted to seise a piece ot property on East Main street owned by hlm.Tbey made a demand for the property, and Donahue refused to recognise tne vona Ity of their claim. A justice case was the result, with James E. Russell on the bench. Donahue asked to be tried by a jury of his peers. The law gives him this right,, and he Instated upon It. Mon day, July 2, In the presence of the town clerk, these grand jurors were selected rrVr? LS22. dXK Judd, H. W. Keeler, Dr. George A. Fa ber, Thomas Donaldson and William Milton. Trials of this kind are uncom mon, The case was heard before 'the Jury Monday afternoon. James A. Hynes ap pearlng in place ot Balthus Schlegel, who was ill. Justice Russell occupied the bench .In the police Court room. At torneys N. R. Bronson and Bryan J. Smith represented the plaintiffs and de renaani respectively, rne jurymen oi ed as though they were very much bored. The room was very hwt and judge, Jury and everyone else were Sweltering. The costs of the case o wrji in Alio i-vpid vi kiio vnw shouldered on the loser will amount to considerable. The jury In the case, after a long and weary hearing, returned a verdict Sus taining the plaintiffs, C. S. Merslck St Co., of New Haven. MILFOJtD XJSH8. The bid Town Will be Wide Awake on the Fourth. The cry of the farmers is for rain. A 'train of cars' with a gang of work men ww engaged all day Sunday In distributing rails for the two new tracks from the Junction to Mllford, Tha r A. A. ulna altAWaA Viaxr titevtt playing ball in excellent form in their game wun tne (jonsoiioatea, ranroaa team at Meadowside park Saturday afternoon. The game was .won with but little trouble) the score standing 14 to 5 in favor ot the home team. On the morning of the Fourth the M. A. A: nine will play the East Side A. C. tearti in Bridgeport In the afternoon the Ai C, nine will play the M. A. A. 8 at the Meadowslde park. In- view ot Saturn day's contest a good game deserving a large 'crowd is expected. Mr. and Mrs., C. O. Isbell are enter Fblffiltlcr thblk 1tiim1ltiSt4-1n.1ate tor Clarence Isbell and baby, of North Ad ams, Mass., and Clarence Hicks oi South Milwaukee, Wis., at their, home tm Cherry street. Mrs. Lewis Beef s has been entertain lng her daughter, Mrs. Lhcretla 'Wheel er of Redding Ridge, the past week. Charles' A, Smith has moved into his hew house in the Wheeler's Farms foad The funeral services df Mrs. Clark Fowler, one of thfe oldest residents of Woodmont, who-- died on. Wednesday, were held Friday afternoon. Mrs. and Mrs, Charles A. Merwln held a reception at their residence at fond Point Thursday "evening,. A large number ot fhelr friends called and of fered their congratulations during the evening. A new rocker swing of large dimn- felons was put up at Meadows End On Friday. A, B. Norferosa with his family, occu pies the cottage adjoining his drug store. Will Vim Horn is now employed by 11. A. Ellis, the grocer at Woodmont. Mrs. William Merwln and her little daughter Gladys, are the guests bt Mrs. J. u Merwln at the Point. Lieutenant Herbert Royden, V. 9. A., and bride are In town. From present appearance the Fdurth will be a gala day In old Milfordi The pi-dgratn for the day -win be about as follows: Sunrise will be announced bs the email boy with the tin horn, firing of cannon and ringing of bells. At l ti'eloclt n. m. there will be a band con cert at the music stand on the Broad street park by the full Mllford band at 1:36 a bicycle parade, a prise to be given to the most uniquely decorated machine; 2 f. mi, a potato race on bi eycle9, a most" ludicrous pastime; at 3 m. a line win be toemea of the two hftll teams, the M. A. A. arid fh tffist Side A, C. of Bridgeport, headed by the band.- march to the ball grounds, where a concert Will be given during practice bail game, at f; at -6 p. m. band con cert at music Stand, at Broad street park td continue until ldJSO; at 1 1. m.. a slow Bicycle race will taKe place. Ail persons having fireworks are invited to set them Oft on the park during the eve ning. The PoppoiHtich electric Company to Bulla a Factory in AlUngtowe. The Poppowitsch Electric company has chosen Afflngtown as a site to build its factory. The company is the result of many years ot hard labor of Mr Edward Poppowitsch, an electri cian of twenty-seven years experience. Most of the stock of the company has" been subscribed for'ln New York. Sub scriptions are now being received. - it Is said that "about five hundred men will be employed at the factory. The ultimate object of the company Is the manufacture of all kinds of elec trical apparatus. The most important invention is a depolarising compound for electric batteries called "Depola rite." The depolarlte carbons, depola rlte battery and. depolarlte power appa ratus, medical apparatus, depolarlte plating apparatus and depolarlte elec tric turning apparatus, 'The; company IB organised under the laws of the state of New Jersey with a capital stock of FjiW.ooo (10,000 shares at U0 per share) Mr. Poppowitsch -and the architect who is to make the plana for the new buildings were In town yesterday. Mr. Poppowitsch was callled upon by a number of our well known cltliens. the company will Utilise the old build ings now upon the land they have pur-. chased and will render them fttre-proof.' The company proposes; said a well known New Haven hotel" Dronrletor via- terday, td jfjirnish a battery which will produce all the heat and light needed ur a we lungs, stores, office, etc, . . i Makes Blood Repairs Waste so saya DR. EDWIN P. RUSH, 108 6TATI 6T., CHIOAQO, ILL. 1 have used in mv practice every known .raw food extract, Dut now exclusively prescribe a raw meat extract prepared in this city, called It is very rich in all the ele ments required in the formation - . . t il I Ot DlOOu and tlSSUC ' it repairs waste verv raDidlv. and is bome bv the most delicate stomach of excellent taste and is rapidly dierested. i,uuu pnysicians enaorse it. Sold by fill dtvutlsts. THIS BOVmiNB CO., NEW tOBlt A, P. BUSH A CO 140 Purl street. Boitott. STEAM CARPET CLEANING, FACTORY, 148, 130 and 139 Water Street COfilt. SteSTlt Cfiipet Gle&llil1g CO., P. O, Box 873, Orders by mail wilt receive prompt nttchtlon, V. W. LOWDEN. ftpTOtf It Perfect Mm to Attain h. . A Woaderfnl New Medical Book,wrltlea for Men Only. Oae copy may be SaaXne onapplicktton.- ERr MEDICAL CO. KuAl'Bl EWciMai, BUFFALO, Ni V. L. W. ROBINSON, ARCHITECT, , Removed to No760 CHAPEL STREET F Will quiowy clue Diphtheria, Qtrtti Coughs, LColrMt and SoTO Throat. AIldrasgB sell It. I Perry BVi & Soil, Pro-rldeniso, 1.1., how juaBuraccurenanu j.'roprictora. PAIN that everybody h: Ig a sensation that everybody has some time. PAIN KILLER IS a remedy that everybody should have all the tlrte, Sold everywhere; Jyl2 WFMtf MISS MAUIA PAKLOA Strongly reoommends Ihe use of lieblg COMPANY'S Extract of Beef. - And fhe bus 1 written Beat COOK BOOK, Wbioh will. "ha sent free on appli cation to Duudhy &"-Do., 27 Park Place) Kew York. Dlstrlbn'tlos AgeaM forOentu : TSIeoSL Frf bit tt Co., Hartford. jels W48 lm arm and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED BY FABNHASI, Prices Low and Satlstaetion Guaranteed: nrdrd Ifl't, At BBADliEY 4 DANN'8, 400 State Stre HQB'.T. VBITCH SON'S, 9T Ohapel Street L1NSLEY, ROOT ACO.'S. 34 Broadway, Will teoelve prompt attention. r. u. Adi .torn x coo. xeiepauue ioia. 1VI IRON-TONE '.- (NON-LCOHOUC) The fdifal Tonic- Beveraw for Nerve, Brain and Blood, on .draught at the prlncltfal soda fountains at sc. per glass. Bottles Extract Magic Iron tone fo home use, 25c Oh '. bottle makes a quart of tha test Iron Tonic Syru'pin- v . i ; - i the world."' Delicious - '' , !n tee water. Will ' keep indefinitely. ' . . Does not affect , " .the teeth,, , , A roa tt ar . DKtlGCISTS AND CONFECTIONERS ; BOVIH ; The Original Raw Food 9 fti ttl 9H Iff WPHB AQI C D. M, WELCH & M OFFER 100 IlbU Ektra Fine New Potatoes', Only 22c a Peck. 100 fine cutting Watermelon, 30c each. EDO bki extra large Cherry Currants, fio quart banket. 1,000 red Cuba Plnos, 4 for S5e. Our Elgin Creomcry Butter tho qunl. Ity is fliifr than ever. Price 28c lb, 4 1-2 lbs $1.00. 60 bimohei extra Inren ripe Bnuunnw. Those Baked Ilcims, lOo Inryeottn, ui a big bargain ; the quality It A 1. Just what you want to rako on a picnic. Bargain In CoWon Clothe Lines. BO ftvttlXe reduced fo 80 each, TO " " " " lo " 100 " " " "l8o " Many nlher bargains at D. M. WELCH & SOX, 28 and .TO Congress Avenue, Branch S Grand Avenue. July 8 of 1; Campbell Avrmuo, tfest Haven. Fresh Fruits. Hftvnna Pine? 11.20 per dozen. XX Sugar Loafs, Watermelons. Cherry Currants. Red KnspbcTrles, Blackberries. Try Bitter Hop Ais. Have Vou EverCscd "Dead Stuck" For your Bugs 1 Try It. AT THE OLD STAND, E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st. 88 Html Street, near Edward.. ou win aava mom by tndlar ar this More, . We an ulliag 8 lbs ot the bast SOo Tea tor it DDiur. also 5 in oc roiuuia ocmw ter one uouar. ah bims crooierr, uama .ana uusi ware sold cttsap. THE CffE5rChDrchHdEIniltf86tJ, Spring Lanb Gholoe, Best and Mutton. SprlsB Brollen, DnekllBgi. 0bltk(!u, Sqcubs, SwsalbrMai and Call's Linr. ATsd Fresli Native Vegetables "'i In full variety, and s fall 11ns of Fanoy and Staple Groceries'. Branch store at Wood toon t, oontalnlng a luiuiDsot tneaonvegoodi. TXLEFHORB CALL 2W. nmm mm co. The Leading Bread Flout of the World. J. D. DEWELL & CO., Wholesale Agents, 1239 State St.. Sow Haven, Ot. Big Bargains in Meats 'ihis wiCKir. "CHOICE leg Lamb only 12c ; bwt ,qibkeni 1U and l3o ; flna Corned Beef 3c lb. Wfl Mil AVflrVt.hlliflr tn tfllr irnn In thA mrftt I'ne. OWe.ut a (rial and we irauaatee aatttCaC- Hon. Respectfully, K. BCHOBNBEHHEB A SON, l,8 0eatralHau Te!ephoue420. ConKregs ayonne. We have opened a full line of JewettU cele brated hard wood Befrlgefcators, thoroughly charcoal filled, and the beat refrigerators' sold In the clfy. AT COST . We have But few of them loft i when these are gone there will he no-more Of theni offt--' td, as we are g'oing out of this branch of the business. We advise all who are'ln want to inspect thorn before purchasing elsewhere, ' Thut New Range We have said m. much aoutjprovea to bo fife favorite. All who have tried It say K is the wonder of the ag and does all we adver tise tt to io GAS FIXTURES lit great vartetfes and prices 'way down. The largest assortment to be found in the city. a Specialty. THE ARNOLD CO. refrigerators: TUB standard Refrigerator of to-day is the EDDY. MftdA KtriMW flwflo In VlhS thrtroiiirhlv lrllr, drlil. hvll nalrttiui biiunj H.tujiou nuu vurniiuieui xney are SU- (.ciiu. iuiuv box mAdA. Examine them at 860 STATE STREET. SIBAg G-ALPIN. "IDEAL STONE." rpHE best ArUllelal Stone In the market for JL sidewalks, driveways, mlD, shop and bora floors, oellar bottoms, curbing, coping, eto. t,oA"gSiSMf:mpti7 eS 1. D. FANSI0W & CO., xohacg Bnlldlng, Boom 1, dal3tf , . to a Box 88) Hew Haven.' 1 1 NesI Co ncatos. fi0Cllatit0tt9. Slaiir IN SHOE PRICES. I Generous Reduction on EVERY PAIR of Shoes in the Store. SOME OF THE SPECIALS bhtkl'a Patent Tip Pprlup; ITcel Shoes, sizes 5 to 8, 3$ conts, Thhik ot It I Child's Roil Klippei, 60 bents. Indies Tan Bluchers and Oxfords, C5 rents. lallef1 Finer Tan Oxford, $1.50 quaT- ty, t.15. Child's Patent Leather TIo, 50 cents, 07 pairs llouso Slippers, 25 cents. S54 Chapel Street. DEEB PARK ant OAKLAND iBivtb Crest of tin IRtglnnies u (aTAIIf LINK ft, tc o. B. B.) Season Opens June 23d, I89f4 Ralm. 160. tm KildtaO A month snonriUni. M WUWW AUUIOH QEORQE'D. Db SHIKLD8, llanager, Comterrind: fid. tin to Jams IB- Kftnr thut Antm 'titker Deer Park to Oajilmili Oarratt Count? MEtJHrnCS BANK. Quarterly SttteBreilj!y Jil id, 18P4. .000 00 une aepositors, Dae baaks, Surplus rand, i FroM and loss, Dividends uupald, 4U3.771 1 M Hi 0:il 50,000 00 4.2S3 58 8,074 KU Liabilities, $841,1B4 80 $5W.8HT m 28,000 00 Bills discounted, Banking hotiue, Specie, Bank and icpral tender notes, yuii rom baiiKM, (SiecKs for clearlnjr h onse. ' Cneck null Imsli ileum. 10,800 (I Iff. 0!i 1 (I 7.017 62 kmi as 20,1100 oo Jfteemiracs, $8(1,724 85 CHAS. II. TROWimiDQE, iy33t tm.LIAM'J. ATWATBH, 1 Obdkb TS. - Otf NIOHOIiA PAMmm PTT ATi. I Nivntna. i t rt tne co: VJ Atwnter, set forth for a trMru pending Before tho dt: lurr.u lur h RrHu)sure oi amorsgBeo now (rt and for tho City of Haven, to be had Oh luiuir uviore loo i.iev L.(Min: nr nnv Mnmn the second Monday of June. A. D, 189. It annnArlntr to. fmil hninDr foimil hv. fin. fflihscrihins authority, tljat tho said defefld nutB, Nlchola Palenno and Paaquale Avolonl, fire gone to narts Unknown : THJJKBPOltB. OBDKHBD, that notfee of tho pendoncyot antd complaint fretSven by u.wHuiiin bum urwj. jh lue iiuiiwiu ana uou. WlLIiAldl.PilATT.' -.aerkot'theClty Courf Of Ne Haven. IWmM FOR 0m WEEK. Men's All Wool Suits, sizes 34 to 42, a stylish light color, Regular retail price $12, and good value at that, ' Price This Week, $6.50. If you want a Summer Suit that looks well and will give entire satisfaction, i nvest $6.50 this week at the C0NNECTIC0T ; CLOTHING CO., 813 - 815 . 8i7 iChapel Street, ' 1SEW HAVEN. vxi &oo&s. VISIT OUR I And pronounce tho values more wonderful than antici pated. The success so far of this sale has made More determined than ever to sell the entire stock and give his clerks a vacation with pay during the greater part of September. Bigger Reductions Hovo been mntfo on goods that r4 too heavy to wear now. Large gaerlttcpB hav fterri mnlo on odds anil entls, culled IRtiuuunts. Gigantic Markdown on Blankets THls week, from' this lowest to the highest grades, lltfir valuo Is all that 13 ftslied. Silks Are" tloornod to feo, The loss taken in this department alone wonld stock nn ordinary Ohapel street store. Dress Goods Are flirting with customers to suoh, an extent as to leave tho store in big bundles. Men Are Baying Twice oe many Shirts and Under, wear as before, whiuh shows fore thought and wisdom Are filling their trunks with Laces, Silks, HandkeroTtiefs, Hosiery and Trinkets ot every description; Housewives Are laying In a year's frtoek o Litienj Towels, Blankets and all ne cessary things for the comfort of a family. - Hotels and Restaurants Are piling lr. -a winter stock of Linen, Towels, Napkins ond Kitchen Goods of every kind. In short, front east to west, north to souths of Connecticut, you find our Closing-Out Sale the main l;opio o conversation among the judioious and prudent buyers. EVEM MclHTTRE & CO., 837 and 839 Chapel Street, IWoxv ECaven. Ot. MI