NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1894.
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KKW ADVF.KTlfKMENT! KOK TO-DAY.
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Foremut for Vnint4iiy. Fur MiwwaHm
rtta, Rlioclp IkIhiiiI hiiJ Connecticut: Ci'ii-
mlly fair, went wlii1.
Loral Weather Report,
foil JULY 2, ltM.
I'l. Cloudy I't. (loudv
Menu temperature. 7".
Mux. temperature. HO.
l In. temperature, int.
Precipitation, .02 Ini-ln.
Mux. velocity of wind. -P.W.
Kii'im or temperature Binco Jununt-y 1,
Deficiency of precipitation since. January 1,
W. C. ('A VAN AC H, Observer.
Note. A minus iirn I prcllxcd to ther
mometer rcailinirs indicates temperature be
A "T" in connection with rulnfiill indicates
trace of riiiiil'iili toosmiill to measure.
tnow In melted mill resulting depth of
aUT not known.
I Hi ier Mention.
j Tills is tho glorious Fourth.
! Buy n pood house II. E. Baldwin.
j High water to day at 11:17 a. m. and
11:43 p. in.
Cars will be run on (he electric line in
Stamford to-day or the Ilrst time,
i Governor Morris will participate in
Uie celebration at Newtown to-day.
I To-day will be even hotter than yes
iterday, so t he weat her observer says.
Concreting and artificial stone. Con
' jieot icut Concrete Co. , 42 Church, room 4.
Seymour L. Spier will sail on the
steamer Obdamer Thursday to- Tisit
j Holland and other cities.
Mrs. A. E. Underwood of East Nor-
,valk intends to spend a few days with
flier son, A. W. Underwood of this city.
' Meriden vs. New Haven ot Savin
Stock grounds, 3:45 p. m. Admission
It5 cte. Ladies free except to grand
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Graham of First
tevenue, East NorwalK, are entertaining
Jtfu Rose Raymond of New Haven for
& few dayB.
A big bonfire was lit last evening on
; Broadway. Another huge bonfire
blazed near the corner of Broad and
' Oak streets.
Sale Armstrong and wife move down
to Pico park to-day. Mr. Armstrong
will have entire charge of the amuse
ment at the park.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Robinson n
- family and N. 8. Seymour of New Ha
ven will be the guests of Chnrles E
Seymour at his home on West street,
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Phelps of
South Main street, Norwalk, accom
panied by Mrs. Phelps' parents from
Reading, Peun., will enjoy Independ
ence day in New Haven.
A heavy brewery team crashed into
the si.-iky of Charles S. Todd of North
Branford on Grand avenue yesterday
afternoon smashing the sulky and throw
ing out Mr. Todd without, however,
seriously injuring him. The driver of
the brewery team drove off without at
tempting to ascertain the extent of the
damage he had done. Mr. Todd savs he
knows the name of the brewery firm to
which the wagon belongs.
MADIUVS'S CELEB It A Tlify.
An, Interesting Program for tlio Celebra
tion and Reunion To-day.
The following is the program for
Madison's reunion and celebration to
Mareh-'-The Sentinel" R. B. Hull
Overture "Hicnzi" Wagner
Prayer Rev. .1. A. Giillnp.
Opening Address Rev. William T. Brown,
Sir. C. J. Rushnell.
Address "Madison Soldicrs.Livinft and Dead,-'
Colonel Vincent M. Wilcox.
Mr. E. F. Hnshnell.
Address "Who Laid Our Foundation."
Rev. B. Trumbull Lee. D. D.
Duett "The Lord is a Man of War". . . . Handel
Messrs. (.'. J. and li. F. Bushncll.
Mr. C. 8. Bushnell.
Violin Solo ....
Miss Mirn Chittenden.
Address "Our Own Hoys"
Reynold W. Wilcox, M. D LL.B.
Bong "Tenting To-nigmV'
Mr. E. F. Bushnell,
Address "New England Inheritance"....
Professor Walter H. Buell.
Mr. Willis Isbell.
Mr. C.J. Bushnell.
Organ Solo "Graud Choeur" Guilmant
Mr. G. E. Cruttenden.
March "American Cadets" B. B. Hall
Thomas G. Shepard, Accompanist.
The executive committee are: F. T.
Lee, chairman; J. -M. Crampton, secre
tary; E. E. Field, treasurer; J.H. Meigs,
C. W. Scranton, Washington Bristol, F.
P. Meigs. 8. S. Bushnell, I. L. Scranton,
G. E. Whedon, F. 0, BuBhnell, J. R.
Meigs,' W. A. Meigs, W. W. Crampton,
, A.nson Norton, J. S. Scranton.
A SVDDEK DEATH.
. ' Dropped Dead on Hallock Avenue.
John F. Mopp dropped dead at about
11 o'clock last evening In front of 175
Hallock avenue. The body was taken to
the home of his daughter.Mrs. Weiss,
tS Cedar Btreet. Medical Examiner
.WTttite -investigated the case and de
cided it was a case of ordinary heart
failure. A cannon cracker was exploded
near Wm just before be te-
yOUCE i'HOTECrlO.Y AT YALE.
KwiiiMt Made That an omeer be Specially
Delulle.1 for Hilly on the Campus.
The uburI talk of hnrfl timet and
lack of appropriation was the princi
pal them of conversation at the mid
aummer nieetliiR of the board if police
commlssloneri Inst evening.' Only
(our members were present, Doollttle
and Clancy beln the abaenteM. Sup
erintendent Smith mated in reply to
Inquiries from member of the board
thut ut the present time the depart
ment wai 1130 behind on 1U pay roll
uid from present appearance It would
ho an BbBoltito Impossibility to put any
xtra men on the force for any aer-
vlce whatever durlnB the present fiscal
A communication was reaa from rro-
fessor Phillips of Ynlo university to
Superintendent Smith, thanking tne
department for the aid and assistance
rendered In protecting the college prop
erty on the campus during commence
ment week. Special commenuation is
also expressed to 'Tatrolmen Bmltn,
TlKhe, J. H. Moore and Jere McOrath
for the vigilance and good sense ais
played by them under very trying cir
cumstances. Couplea wim mis com
munication, Superintendent Smith ex
plained to the board that he had re
ceived a request from the oinciuis or
the university asking that an offl.-er
might be specially detailed for duty
nn the campus after college reopens
in the fall and that the Yale corpora
tion would pay his snlary. The mem
bers of the board decided tnat tney
could grant the request, but took no
action on detailing a man for the bent
until the September meeting. The
introlman, whoever he may be, detntTed
for this work will be under the super
vision of the police department exact
ly as all other officers are.
Patrolman C. J. Egan ana reter .
Hayes were allowed pay ror seven
days and eighteen days respectively
while off duty In consequence of Injur
ies received while in the discharge of
their duties. Patrolman Egan was
nearly suffocated with smoke at the
Kenwlck house fire and Patrolman
Hayes broke his arm while on duty.
Sergeant Jotham H. Orr anr ra-
trolman William M. Collett were grant
ed permission to spend their time at
the west shore when not on duty.
Bennett Dorman's application for a
position on the force was placed on
IHe and the meeting adjourned after ap
proving the regular monthly bills.
Ice Wagon and Carriage Collide.
High street near Elm street was yes
terday afternoon the scene a col
lision between a cairlage belonging to
Smith, Sperry & Treat and an'ice wagon
owned by J. T. Newton of Westvllle.
The collision occurred about 4 o'clock.
The carriage was hitched In front of
the White dormitory when the ice
wagon came dashing down High street
and crashed info the carriage, com
pletely wrecking it. Treat's horse
dashed up High street into Grove
street cemetery, where it was cap
Meriden vs. New Haven at Savin
Rock grounds, 3:45 p. m. Admission,
Ladies free, except to grand
BASEBALL AT SA VIS EOCffh
New Haven loses to Springfield Games
The New Haven club was defeated by
the Springfield Eastern league club yes
terday afternoon in a , hotly contested
game throughout tho entire nine in
nings. The home team through several
errors of. judgment threw Uway a num
ber of chances during the game, that
would have materially changed the re
sult. The Springflelds have a number
of good ball players in their ranks, but
their method of play is not of the kind
that catches the enthusiam of a basebnll
crowd, being of a tricky nature and
even brutal if necessary to win. Tick
ery' the old Chicago pitcher, was in the
box for the visitors, and had wonderful
speed. Tommy Leahy of this city
caught him and handled his rifle shot
delivery in masterly fashion and also
batted well. McDonough, an amateur
from Danbury, pitched for the home
team and did well, striking out five of
the visitors. Several very "yellow" de
cisions by Donnelly robbed the home
( cam of three runs.
Taylor did some line outflelding for
the home team while McKee. Thiesen,
Lynch, Nadeau and Friel did the best
batting. Shortstop Messil was struck
in the eye by a batted ball in practice
before the game, which necessitated his
retirement and the substitution of
Cougiilin, the changed pitcher, who
played right field; Tho following is the
Dob'rty,318 H 9 1
McKee. If .2 3 0 0 0
Lcatav, c;.l 2 4 2 0
Uolan, 11..1 10 0 0
Lynch, 3b 3 3 2 3 0
B'tteH'B.cfl 2 2 0 0
Friel, ss... 2 3 15 1
Nadlau,2b2 3 4 4 1
Troh'ne.lbl D 14 -0 0
Tbksenbl 2 10 0 0
Lawson, o.l 1 1 U
M Hunh.ssO 1 3 1
Taylor, rf.O 0 1 0
v eager, c,u u u u
Lyons, 2b.O 114 1
jrD'n'h,pa 10 7 0
Totals... 8 11 27 19 3
C'uthl,u,rfO 0 0 0 0
Vlckcry,p.0 0 0 0
Totals.. 11 14 27 20 2
Now Haven 6 0 0 0 0 2
Springfield 0 1 2 0 0 2
0 2- S
Spiinnfleld 8. Home runs, McKee, Nadlau,
Three-base bit, Thelsen. Two-base hits, Mc-
.... V..t CfnUn hnau Waot TJ...... 1
Snrinirlipld 4. Struck out bv McDonouirh s!
by Vickery 3. Time of game 1:45. Umpire
. AROUND THE BASES.
The Meriden team, with Bowers, the
ex-Yalesian, as pitcher, will play the
New-Haven team at Savin Rock this
inftrnoon. Snlffen and Theison will be
the battery for New Haven
The Danbtlry club plays here to-morrow
In place of Norwich. The Danbury
club has a strong Team, having lost
onlv two games so far this season
The Ewen Molntyre & Co baseball
team will cross bats with the New York,
New Haven ana Hartrora Kaiiroaa com
nanv team'at the Savin Rock grounds
this morning. The game will be called
Bridgeport postofflce baseball team
play a game this .afternoon at 3:30 with
the New Haven postomce baseball tenm
at Athletic park, East -End, Bridgeport
A lively game is expected.
Important Chang. Made by the Fire Cu.
An Important meeting of the fire com'
mlssloners was held yesterdoy after
noon at whloh.after the regular routine
business had been transacted, the
monthly bills approved, etc.. trans
fers Were made of several members of
the department so ai to improve Its
It was deemed ndvlsaoie to increaao
the force at No. 7's house, and In con
sequence It Was OOCIUSU IO irmir..
omo men from No. 2. S, 5 and . 80 the
following transfers were mnde:
Lieutenant C. T. Langley was trans
ferred from steamer No. 2 to No. 7,
and Lieutenant Bnmiiel E. Borst from
No. 7 to No. 2. Assistant Engineer w.a.
Peck was changed from No. 3 to No, 7,
Hosenmn F.E.Smith from No. to No.3,
Hoscman John J. Hlgglns from steam
er 5 to 7, and Hoscman Alphus Calm
from steamer 2 to truck 1.
No one was appointed to nil tne va
cancy. In the department caused by the
dismissal of Acting BtoKcr ocorge n.
Allen from the service.
The application of James J. Le
Grande and Bernard J. Smith for po
sitions on the force were Tead and or
dered on file.
Doing of Heleetmen.
The matter of the Franklin street
path In Westvllle was again brought up
before the selectmen at their meeting
laBt night, and action was deferred un
til the parties Interested subscribed $100
towards Its expense. In behalf of the
petitioners Attorney Loomls stated
that some of the money had already
been subscribed, and In a few days the
remainder would be forthcoming. A
communication from " McNamara &
Clerkln stating that the finance com
mittee had failed to honor Patrolman
Collet's bill for dogs shot by him was
read, and the board understanding that
the bill was accompanied by no proof
that the work had been done, referred
the communication to the finance com
mittee. To l'lco Tark.
The steamer Margaret carried a largo
party from the Humphrey street church
to Pico park yesterday morning. Among
those on board were the Rev. F. R.
Luokey, H. P. Shares, superintendent
of the Sunday school; Assistnnt Super
intendent Edward E. Mix, V. S. Bas
sett, J. D. Mallory, Deoaon L. Smith, J.
O. Shares, A. T. Trowbridge, E. G.
Trowbridge, Charles Scrnnton, Chnrles
Grant. Hi 8. Bush, P. P. Rawlls. The
party left Belle dock nt :46, ana re
turning arrived home early In the evenr
ing, having had a delightful time. This
is the first party that has been to the
Cliap8l, cor. State.
PFAFF & SON.
RHODE ISLAND TURKEYS
Are still ooming Very fine.
We are Offering them Very Low.
Spring Lamb, Spring Urefa.
Asparagus, Fresh Hint,
Peas, New bunoh Beets,
Choice Florida and Hothouse Tomatoes,
7 aod 9 Ghuroh st, 152 Portssa st
And it will Keep You Cool
Drink ItwVen yon are thinly; when you
are tired ; wura yonamaverhMtad. Whn
ever sou fMi that hoiih-iTittg tempetano
drinfwill do JSU food, drink ' ,
AXc,jkg. makwSgaBona. Boldsviif ShSti
kM &. wv at bnuUM lMn 4rii M M
The OkaaiiKmre0., FUbMMvfcla
tit ran nor weather.
Aa Impending Coutllr of Authority la
Hartford, July l There la danger of
a personal collision to-morow on Bush
nell park between Judge 8. W. Adama,
Chairman of the park commission, and
Alderman MeQovern, who will be' act
ing mayor during the temporary ab
sence of Mayor Bralnard. Judge Adame
declares that he will prevent the use of
the park for a Fourth of July celebra
tion by every means In his power. Al
derman M ("Govern declares that If
Judge Adams Interferes he will cause
bla arrest. The park commission, re
fused the use of the park for the cele
bration, and the common counotl pass
ed a resolution granting It, which has
not yet reoelved the approval of Mayor
Bralnard.. The park commission Insist
that the ordinances give them abso
lute power over the parks.
FOVHTH OF JI LT CO.SCK. iT.
A Grand Concert In lUllfurrt Town Hon To
Dny. A grand concert will be given under
the auspices of tho Y. P. S. C. E. of
the First church) Milford, Ih the town
hall to-day. Those who will assist Jn
the concert will include Miss Ethel
Leonore Barrett and Miss Florence W.
Allen, sopranos;' Mr. Arthur Bussen
Whltcomb.'barltone; Miss Minnie Belle
Kay, elocutionist, of this city; Miss V.
Frances Rosenburg, mandollnlst, of this
city, who will make her debut. She was
under the tuition of Professor R.
Chacon of Now York; Miss M. Louise
Wolfe, Miss Mabel D. Bnsworth and
Miss Annie L. Beach, pianists; Mr.
Roger N. Smith, Mr. James Halllwell.
Mr. William Ij. Merwln and Mr. Samuel
Frlsbe, male quartet; alsb a male
The program will, be carried out as
Male gunrli t.
Piano ditot Walts Bohm
Misses llo.woitli ami Baanh.
Rocitiifon "A Man An it Her. Own
Heart." Scene, Loudon: room ln
hotel.'. i- .Williams and Drew
Miss Kay. ,
Piano solo "Spring Flower"...., Gnde
MIm Wolfo. -
. , fa. "Tho Minuet" Falrbnnk
Vocal solo lu,T,sWMtU'ilKoc"Ingrnlmu
Mandolin solo "Spanish r'tudent Mn-
Song '. Select od
Piano solo-"Mai:iirka by Bulnt".
MIm llomvorlh. -Vocal
Song v.". "
flituc nortis. :
Vocal solo "To Bevilla"..
Miss Allen.- .
Piano solo 'iScheralno"
Vocal solo "Tacen la Nott," from "II
Trovatore" ' Verdi
i. iti.it ,
Ladles' Lfuk Cull f
The larifest seloottoiS
the cit vejui bo funnd I
Jewelers and Diamond KxpertSa
79) Chanel stiwt.
Ycddln;; Gilts a Specially
THE PROCTER & CAMBLfi CO., CINTI.
A7iTti Mtta vacqL.
,. A I
Perhaps you don't knoitf what (Ju'aia;6i!
is, but you know something or creosote
as a remedy for indigestioti and, other
diseases., - Well, ; .. r,
S a refined form of creosote, and tsrnarle
from the resin of beech trees. It stirnu
ktes a languid appetite as the air ot fhe
woods does. As Ions' as they can, and
will eat consumptives can f)ght their
disease. That is why. (Jtoaiacol te com
bined miih own, a Very active form of
oxygon. In Slocum's prdnited Norwe
gian Joa irfiver uu. , - : , - . ' ,
Rami fnr Bcwilt on Ozone, mailed free.
Prepared 1 1. Slocoat Co., Kef Tort
ji- fS . j
Hem Baton, Wednesday July 4, WW.
The weather to-day Likely
to be fair,
a'ELEI'UONB No. V&.
Three Cheers for
spirit ; for independ
ent method ; ior inde
Three Cheers for
ence, . H-urrah!
Hurrah!! . Hur
rah!!! u ::-.; :
Wo have a large assortment ot P
.Trunks and Bags,5C
And our prices are low.
BThe Burgess Fur Hat Co.0
781 Chapel Street.
is profitable business if yonll heed
I eaa do better for yon in x
Furniture, Carpets, Crockeiy,
kThan any other place in the city.
A fnllllneof Staaonable Goods.
f snch as Lawn Seats, Bammociii.Hain-l
Imock Onaira, veranaa unaua, Uli.
Stores, Window sscreens, KrrtgeM
ators ana xoe unetts.
Straw srattlDgi in great variety.
. irOBJHK BABY A f oil line of thai
'justly clubrated wakeBald Carrlagw.i
: T wnplete Soma Oadltter.
,756 to 768 Chapel St
CIveB erwJeeieBt esday
REiiiH6 oor ads. I
Always to be depended uppru
At the home in the club-
in the picnic in camp
at, the shore cottage best
$1.00 per dozen, and you can throw
away tne empty bottles.
Cjvv. E. Han & Sop.
70 Cbajxl Slrt.
Potatoes, 22 cents Peck,
75, cents Bushel;
They are the nicest Potatoes- In town,
23 Granulated Sugar $1.00.
382 STATE STREET.
State Street 343
v ' janrKnEN,cr. '
We are offering to-day sdnSti
Fancy Home Dressed -Broilinsr
Tender, Choice Ducklrhgv.
TEIiEPHONB PEAS. '
Also a Great Variety of Delicacies.
350 and 352 STATE STREET.
imeiican and Foreign
868 Chapel Street;
OF IHE -
Thniitm o-fi-.pn remarked, lauot often-men
tioned by us. -'The- Sendnfton has more Im
portant festnres more wortoy of attention,
Tn every way it is as ooet as.it iooks. .
Sold for cash, or' on easy terms. Store open
erery evening RCTAnraQ,, HENTCNQ,
158 Orange ttreei. '
M. IM Co
THE PEOPLE'S DRY GOODS STbRE
A Buying-CENTER--A Saving
Stores Closed All Day, .
Crowded counters all day Mon
day and Tuesday, and thousands
ofyard3 soldi yet there lSf still a
good assortment left, for we ahriya
offer good liberal quantities '
Be sure and attend.
our Linings Free
With every dress above -506
at colored dress goods depart
tnent. The eSect of thin trtf.
precadetited ttfif et has been- sur
prising; Remember that
Prices are Way, ITown,
And yet .we present yru ,wiffc
one dollar's worth of our best
finings '- ;
JFree ol Cbftrge,
...Nevefj within- the bifetoty o
inia Liiy, nave rarastus Deen soia
;at such, ndicutonsly low prices.
Iro.oo Down W JpO.UU
9.50 CiS ' 575"
5-75 . !! ; JI2.7S
All reduced in equal pfrnportic f
including very pretty Stitt Shadea
for children. . -t - 7
Of ease we don't keep,
bnt we are supplying
easier ones on easlet
MAKE A -
Calculation on the com
fori in these: 1
.'. Oil and Gas Stoves, "Matting, Hatfw
: mocks, RoM(terators Ioe Chests
'- Joe Picks, Screens, eto. , .
About everything yon wan
Fumiturewtse from the snsi
ply flepot of the State. . ..
CASH OR EASY TERMS. ,'
. P. L KELLT &.C0.,
Grand Ave0 Churoh St.
To 1012 Kl0i4 CHAPEL ST.
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