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NEW HAVEN MOKNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1894.
THE GENUINE Popularly kaowtt tbronghoot New Englwid a. th blghwt Standard 10 o.nts Clgat ... for Quality, Qoantlty and Workmeni-hlp, Direct Importer of (be finest Vuelte Abtjo HavansTobeoco end Mannfaoturer of Cigars, Ornrr .f.leand Womlr Mri, rYew HiTt Cooi. pUscelUtucous. H A T T R U N K S S fur Worn Specialty, h amnns AKE SOW READY. French MADRAS. Ens'.Uh OXFORDS, Scotch CHEVIOTS, EnglUh FLANNEL and WASH BILKS. For Meo's NEGLIGEE aad TENNIS 6HIETB, for Ladlee' and Children' WAIBT8 and BLOUSES, or sold by the yard. GLOVES The NEW PEARL GREY. The Famous London Tan it $1.86. Fowne'. Gold Tan, Ked Tan and "WELBECK," the finest Glove made. Hew "Butterfly" Ties and Bows, English Long Scarfs, and "Don Juan" Ties and Four-tn-Handa, CHASE & CO., New Haven House Building. Sole Agents for Noyes Bros.' (Boston) Laun dry. Band work, and satlif action guaranteed. Carpets. Carpets. OUR STOCK OP Moquettes, Velvets, Body Brussels and Ingrain Carpets Is One of THE BEST In the City. Linoleum, Oilcloth, Matting, Art Squares, Rugs and Shades. BABY CARRIAGES, A LARGE VARIETY. Refrigerators, AU sizes, in soft and oard wood. LOWEST PRICES. STAIIL & HEGEL, 8, 10, 12 Church Street. Correct Styles IN Solid Silver Mounted BELTS and P0CKETB00KS AT DTJRANT'S, Tlie Jeweler, 55 Church Street, Opposite Postofflce. WELLS & GI7NBE, Watchmakers and Jewelers. Full Lino Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Ware. KIMBAL'S AKTI-RKEIMTIC RINGS. No. 788 Chapel Street. USCllU0XlS. mm in r DUMP CARTS, M23c TVagons, Butcher Carts, Buggies, Surreys, Concords, etc.,- etc. HARNESS, In Stock and Made to Order. SIEDLET BROS. & CO. 171 Brewery. Street. IDEAL STONE." mBI boat Artificial Stone in the market for I sldcwallu, driveways, mill, shop and barn . .T" 1 , kAnmfl mi-Mt,. Knnlnff Mi , All onion promptly executed and satlsfac. tion guarammu. A. D. FAJfSLOW & CO., .. -. 3xoluwKe BuUdlnc, Boom VJ ARE STAMPED WW5"' mil 111 L'unnrtvlcs. DO YOU WANT Mr Carpets Bilteiei, Tho Moths Killed, and the Dust Iteiuoved ? V7E CAN DO IT. LACE CURTAINS Of tbe finest ii;U(Ibs eleaned without Injury. Vvo are epolally fitted ip for tiile work. DYEiNG and CLEANING Of Men' 8u" aad Overcoats, Ladlee' Dreetoo, eto. LAUNDEIUJiS OfSblrte, Collars, Cuff., Undsrolothing. THE F0R3YTH CO. 0FfICE3-378 Chapel street, MIX 83 Broadway, 8tnte. Lawrence and Mechanic atreetB. Telephor. 8E4-2 and 3. Stones, lttminug, Xt. Mriprfc A large assortment of liard wood Refrigerators and other kinds, which will l)e sold cheap to reduce stock. Please call and ex amine. 639 V Grand Avenue S. E. DIBBLE. We have opened a full line of Jewett's cele brated hard wood Hefrlgcrators, thoroughly charcoal flllod, and the best refrijrerators sold 1n the city. AT COST. We have but few of them left : when tlicse are gone there will be no more of them oll'er ed, as we are going out of this branch of the business. We advise all who aro in waut to inspect them before purchasing elsewhere. That New Range Wi hnve Raid so much about proves to be the favorite. All who have tried it. say it is the wonder or the age ana aoes uu we aaver Use it to do. GAS FIXTURES In great varieties and prices 'way down. The Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. THE ARNOLD CO. COOKING BY HEAT FROM GAS ! Invaluable for comfort, convenience and econ. omy in summer. Food more neif ectly cooked than by direct beat from coal. Ranges, with or without water beaters, hot plates, ovens, sad-iron heaters, etc., etc., sold, net up and warranted by the New Haven Gas Light Co., No. CO raOWN STUEET. HIHSIRSilliSfllilRG J. K. Buckley, 179 Church. REFRIGERATORS. THE standard Refrigerator of to-day is tho EDDY. Made strictly first-class in Pino thoroughly kiln dried, heavily painted, beau tifully grained and varnished. They are eh rerlor to any hardwood box made. Examine them at 300 STATE STREET. SILAS GALPIN. WE HAVE A FEW Standard Lighting Company's jJew Process Gasolene Stoves. Which we abaUsellat 10 p? cit Discoit. CP. MERRIMAW, warn IX MEMO HI' or N.tTU.W HAhS A Monument Unveiled at Huntington 1. 1., Yesterday, July 4. The memory of Nathan Hale, which for a long; time after the close of the Revolutionary war wan utihonored nd practically unknown, ha within re cont yearn been brought vlvjdly before tho minds of American cltlaens by mean of various monumonta and oth er testimonials of respect which have been erected both In Connecticut (two In Hartford and one In Coventry,) his native state, and In New York City, the place of his execution. After be ing almost forgotten there seems now to be an enthusiastic desire to com memorate the deeds of the young mar tyr spy In every possible manner.,,. A few months after the unveiling of the bronze statue of Captain Halo in City Hall park. New York, It was suggested In Huntington village that there should be in that place a memorial to the pa triot spy. The suggestion was taken up by the residents of Huntington, and yesterday, the 4th, monument was unveiled- there In memory of tho patriot. The monument at Huntington Is not un expensive affair, but it Is artlmlc and will be as useful an addition as It will be ornamental to the town It Is practically a monumental drinking fountain. The shaft oi' the monument Is cylin drical in form and It Is to be sur mounted by a polinhc- stone ball. Its height, Including the base and ball, Is fifteen feet. The bjse is six feet square and of rough s.:ne. There will be two water basins hewn out of solid stone. The water pipes will be Introduced Into the shaft and the water will flow Into the basins through the mouths of two dolphins, On the front of the basins are the words, "Nathan Hale Memor ial." On each side of the shaft about half way up form the base, will be two or namental street lamps. The memorial will have a central Bite In Main street, near the handsome memorial library which was erected last year in memory of the soldiers and sailors in the Civil war. Within a stone's throw of the monument Is the old cemetery, over two hundred years old, which during the revolution was occupied by the British soldiers and called Fort Golgotha. CaDtaln Nathan Hale was captured on the shores at the head of Hunting- ton bav. near the residence of Titus Conkllng; which stands close to the en- trance of a small lane. He had re turned from a tour inside the' enemy's lines near Brooklyn, and thought that he was safe from detection. He saw a boat approaching, and thinking if was occupied by friends, walked forth,from hin place of concealment and was cap tured. It is the intention of the asso ciation having charge of the erection of the memorial in the village to place on the exact spot of Hale's capture a bier granite bowlder marked with a bronze tablet, suitably inscribed. Xhe bowlder will be brought from Connecti cut. " NORTH HA VEX. July 4. The proposed "Fourth of Julv entertainment and celebration" .to be given by the young people of the old district school, was for some reascin given up, so the day and evening passed quietly with an occasional fire cracker. No observance of the Fourth no electric lights for the church, every thing goes along as usual. H. W. Hurburt of Mlddlefield spent last Sunday in town, B. A. Culver, who has been home for a few days visit, returned to his place place of business yesterday. E. Z. Clinton and family are just home from a pleasant outing at their shore cottage at Short Bench. Good fishing, good bathing facilities and plenty of clams to be had for catching and the desirable location of the farm. make Mr. Clinton's a fine place for a home at the shore a few weeks during this hot weather. Engraved turtles have commenced their annual appearance. A young man found cue yesterday bearing the initials A. M. S., and on the left corner the letters W. P. L. and the date 1876, Any one remembrirg a turtle of that date can know that the animal still lives, David Bassett fell from the roof of a barn where he wbb shingling on Thurs day and breathed but a few .times after called but there was no help. The fun eral was a'-tended from Mr. Bassett's home on Sunday afternoon, Hev. Mr. Reynolds and Rev. Mr. Lathrop con ducting the service. Friends were pres ent from Meriden, New Haven, Bir mingham and North Haven, making a large number. At the Sunday school Mr. Foote spoke of the death of Mr. Bassett and said there was one special lesson to be learned from the sudden desth. "But of that;day and that hour knoweth no man." Mrs. Spicer, daughter of Mr. Stephen Bower, with her little daughter is home for a visit. Misc Edith Goodyear came home for her summer vacation fast Friday. Miss Jane Thorpe has 'come home from Meriden, where she has lived for several years, and her home at present is at her brother's, C. H. Thorpe. North Haven grange and a few other friends gave the Brockett brothers, Al bert and Hobart, a surprise" Visit on Thursday evening. A large 'number present and a very enjoyable occasion. During the evening the 'young men were given a hahdsome book-case by their friends. Dr. R. B. Goodyear pleas- antly and briefly presented the gift and both responded expressing thanks. A collation was served and at a' late hour all seemed to want to stajr longer, but with many kind wishes they sepa rated. Among the ' guests ' was Mrs. Patterson of Torrlngton, a friend of Mrs. H. P. Potter, who had attended the Yale commencement exercises to be present at the graduation of her son. F. C. Bradley's family came home from their shore' outing last Thursday. Mrs. Louisa Todd went to her sister at Madison, for a visit before her re- THB MKXKDICT AM. SOU MOVIM. The Building Mow Oeenpi.d M lodging ' HouM by Italian. An old historical land-mark near the former home of Benedict Arnold, lo cated on Water street near the new bridge and next to Beokloy'e lumber yard, Is at present the domicile of about thirty Italians, who sleep and eat in the eight room which are In the building-. The structure will soon be cntlrelyydlNmantled and at present there are no windows and doors In It, they having been removed prior to the Italians taking possession of It. The building; la the property of the Consjll latod road, which corporation recently purchased It, and will soon remove It In order to make Improvements In that locality. The building la two stories in height and contains eight rooms equipped with colonial hearths and mantels. In all these rooms are at present strewed upon the Moor mattresses upon which at night repore the tired bodies of norm thirty Italians, who are employel op laborers on the Connolldated road. T.is entire butyilng is d.-vold of even the slightest semblance of a bedstead. Truant Olflcer Sullivan and Patrol man Hyde visited the scene yesterday, but as all the Italians aro peaceable nnd quiet, and as no disturbances have been reported the occupants were not disturbed. 111; 10 tusruKUAY. Kpeotal Meeting of the Board of Health. A special meeting of the board of health was'held yesterday morning In the office of the board In the police building; for the purpose or devising some means whereby the $30 fine re cently Inflicted upon Garbage Collec tor Swayne might be collected. After considerable discussion the matter was referred to the corporation counsel. Dutina- the discussion , it Is said, that nmo members of the board expressed the opnon that the board baa neither the power to collect the fine nor revoke the contractor's contract. In view of the dissenting opinion of the mem-, bers of the board It was decided to oak the corporation counsel s ..opinion on both questions. , Y. P. 8. C. K. Reception, Tho Y. P. S. C. E. of the Epworth church will tender a reception both to the retiring president, Mr. Andrew T. Bierkan, and the new president, Mr. C. A. Morse. Thursday evening, July 5. The spacious lawu at tho residence of Mr. Morse, corner Oronee and Edwards streets, will bo gaily illuminated wttn Japanese lanterns and the Epworth leoiruc of the First M. E. church have been invited to share in the festivities of the occasion. ' .An abundance of light refreshments will be served during the evening. : COVltT RECORD. City Court Criminal Sltte-Jndge table, Thomas E. Morse, dmnk attd resisting Officer Hayes, continued until July 5; Edward M. SagOj interfering with Officer Hayes, continued until July 5; Frank J. Doherty, breach of the peace, con tinued until Julv 5: John Ford, drunk, judgment suspended, begging, 30 days in luil mv.zi eosts; rranK ioiion, drunk, $7 fine,' $7.88 teosts, breach of the peaoe,- $5 fine; John Moran, theft, $7 flue, $6.24 costs; George H. Zerkel and Heiiry A. Burdock, injury to pri vate property, continued until July 5, A Little Beauty" Book ISO pages on akin and Bcaln, care or tbe Bel', preeervatieaofttiocoiaDUxlon.mnovalof -moles, wrinkle pimjdefc uperfluoos . balr, eoneM aadeli skin feleml.be,, - Hi rmrc tuo rouu oi wnr ileal experlenee treating taenia. WHO isnrr John H. Woodbury Dermatologies! Institute, - Established 1870.. 129 W. M St., N, Y. MECHANICS' BANK. Quarterly Statement,. July Sd, 1894. Caoital stock. $300,000 00 Due banks. 48 645 85 Surplus fund. 60,pQ9 00 front ana loss, .o m Dividends unpaid, 8,014 20 Liabilities, S841,P'89 $5M,8G7 56 Bills discounted, Banking nouso, Rnecie. SB,' 10.1 Bank and legal tender notes. 67 0B1 00 107,561 16 7.637 68 Checks for clearing: house, 5,861 65 20,900 ) Bonds, Resources, $841,74 t,9 CIIA8. H. THOWBHIDGK, Cashier. jy83t 1WU1 qnlcltly euro Diphtheria, Quinsy, Cough., Colds, and Bore Throat. AU druggists sell It, I Perry Davis & Bon, l'ro napnee, j X., Bole M nnnfactu reia ona i-ropneton. Are yon, can't sleep, can't eat, tired, thirsty? Blood poor? . '?, ' It's a tonic you want-;; ;j!.:- ' - '' - I:-"' - a AT - -- Kooweer, Ibis sparkling, exhilarating, and teV , freshing drink, while being far moip , agreeable in bouquet and flavor than , j tbe finest wine or champagne, is at . i the some time unlike them, being free from alcohol. A temperance drink for temperance people.ddicionstmdwholtlSoniea'wcll. . .; Fnnfies the blood, tickles .the palate; " . . Package makes fi(egaaoP9. ..: 'il I Ask yooi storekeeper, for it. ; ;. ; Take no substitutes.-! Seat a -cent stamp to Cba.B. Hire race lie. Buea. Neritous A Pinch of Phosphorous and a Bucket of Water " is a scientist's cynical description of roan. A bit of indigestion or the languor caused by the ther mometer when 98 degrees in the shade, would banish his cynicism. Then, like other sensible men, he would take Johanu lloff's Malt Extract for relief. Johann lloff's is cool ing and strengthening, invalu able for indigestion and the enervating effects of hot weather. Look for signature of ' Tohann Hoff " on neck label and do not be imposed upon with worthless imitations.. Eisner & Mendelson Co., Solo Agents, New York. U1MR TIME TABLE. Commencing June 25th we shall be open for busi ness from 8 a.m. to 6 p. m. every day but Saturday. On i 12 o'clocl, ubarp. No evening hours. Any person desiring to furnish up a room or a house in the near future will do well to call and ook oyer our stock and get our terms now. It will pay you to place your orders for future de llyery at our summer prices. HIIERUIK urniture and Mantel Co. Orange and Crown Streets. IN SHOE prices; Alensrous Reduction on EVERY PAIR of Shoes in the Store. SOME OF THE SPECIALS: Child's Patent Tip Spring Heel Shoes, shes 5 to 8, 35 cents. Think of it I , Child's Red Slippers, 50 cents. Ladies' Tan Bluchers nnd Oxfords, 05 cents. , Ladies' Fine Tan Oxfords, $1.50 qual ty, M.15. Child's Patent Leairer Ties, 50 cents, 67 pairs Hopse Slippers,' 25 cents. 854 Chapel Street. Perfect How to Attala It" .A Wpnderfrjl New HediclBook,wrUtea for Hen Only. . On oopr may be had in on application. ERIE MEDICAL GO. ' !(iUUa4a9MBV SUPFALO.N.V. Slaiir tartest am ro visions. Stc, D. E WELCH & SOtf ' OFFER 100 Bbls Kxtra Fine New Potatoes, Only 22c a Peck. 100 fine cutting Watermelons, BOo each. 600 b.kt extra lwiw Cherry CurruuU, 80 quart basket. 1,000 rod Cuba Pluos, 4 for U5e. Our Elgin Creamery Butter tho qual ity I liner limit over. Prleo li.Jc lb, 4 1-2 lbs $1.00. 50 hunch, extra large ripe Banunas. TuoMt linked iioatis, Hk lurnecan, ure 0 big bnrgulu i tlm quullty Is A 1. Just wtmt you want to tuku on a picnic. Bargain In Cotton Clothes Lines. 60 feet size reduced to So each. 70 " " " " 15o " 100 " " " " 18o " Many other bargains at D. M. WELCH & SON, 28 and UO Congress Avenue, Ilntnch 8 Grand Avenue. July 5 or 7, Campbell Avenuo. West Haven. K0PS' CHEER 1 1 Pare and Mon.Intoxlcatlos;. AS Excellent Nerve Tonio AND Aid to Digestion. Bittered with the Finest Hops. 15c par bottle, or f 1.50 par dona. . GILBERT & THOMPSON. Fresh Fruits. Havana Piuos 1.20 per dozo" XX Sugar Loafs. Watermelons. Cherry Currants. Red Raspberries. Blackberries. Try Bitter Hop Ale. Have You EverUsod "Dead Stuck" For your Bugs ? Try it. AT THE OLD STAND, E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State si 873 Hlat. Street, nrar'Rdwards. yon will my. money by trading at tbie store. We are wiling 8 lb of the best. 50c Tee for One Dollar. 8 Iso 5 Ibtof eplendlt O. ffee tor One Dollar, all. kiods Crockery, China and Qlau- ware sold cheap. je5 A. BnTDIW. THE Censr Cborcfi acd Elm Straotr, OFFER Spring Lamb-Choice. ' Bscfand Mntton. Sptirtc Broilers, Dnckllngs. Cbiokene, gqnebt. Sweeibreada and Calt'a Liver. Also Fresh Satire Vegetables In fall variety, and a full line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Brsnoh. store at Wood tnont, containing s full line ot the above goods. TELEPHONE CALL 260. rYASDBUHS GfiOSBY GO. The Leading Bread Flour A of the World.' J. D. DEWELL & CO., Wholesale Agents, 839 State St. Sew Haven. Ot, Big Bargains in Meats ' 'i rtlS WEEK. "CHOICE I'll Lamo only Ji!c : best Chicken. yj 10 nd lo ; exfa nloetaks lOo ; turkey. We ll everythlDg to sutt you In tbe meat line. Giro u a trial and we guarantee satisfac tion, uespecnuuy, . K. BUtiuiSBBiCBuaiKetoun, 1, 3, 8 Central Market, Telephone 4. CoBcreaa avenae. VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY-CLEANED BY: FAKNHAM. --.j . . . . Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed. orders left at, BRADLEY & D ANN'S, 40B State Street, llnH'T VETTCH SON'S. 074 ChaDel Street, LINSLE Y. KOOT & CO.'S, 88 Brgadyray f . Will receive prompt attention. V. O. Aaoress Box 855. Telephone tea-lZ. PAIN Is a sensation that eretybody has some time. PAIN KILLER Is a remedy that everybody should hare all ie time. sola every wuerv. j 1 1 Iran to S. """,- r I i t j gdttCitttau. MECHANICAL DRAWING. PKlWI'WTlVB.MATHKMATIOS, MBt'HASIriM. Kit'. r. it, riojifcir, nvtiMironitreflt, Hartfrml rll. ml Main urnnL At,iFu Irtt.-m to New ll.ivrti oltluo, mi 16 ly DKSSA I'Ett-TltOOSTWYK SCHOOL OF MUSIC, Thormnrh imiikml nluoatluu after the moth od of forwuiMl Kumpxun Coiieurvntorleii. Tliilin, l'lnno, iirnun, Hlnirlnif, flu to, Clnri. .' nnrfte, Corint, Ifruiich lloru. Viola, 'Collo,' viiuiun iu, .niiiiiiimu, luuiuurria, tmrmoiiy end Knitviubl. flaying. Inatrtiutton uliiirleor In clam)!. Applicant received dally from U to 1 end to i p. uu amir ini itt ai el, BTHBrrr, faints, (Oils, gtc. EVERYTHING To Make Your Home Beautiful and Life Happy. ; WHITE ENAMEL, BATH ENAMEL, VARNISH STAINS, GOLD PAINTS, KEADYl'OH USE, THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street,- CourltT niillillnK, New Haven. Conn. fj THE FINEST LINE OP . . WALL PAPERS AT.LOWEST PRICES, ON EXHIBITION AT The Broadway Wall Paper Store. Come and examine our (roods and you will beiurprlsedutour prices-for beautiful com binations. E. R. JEFFCOTT. PAINTING and DECORATING in all their several branches done well and promptly. Ealluiatcs given. E. R. JEFFCOTT. 561 Elm Street, corner of York. gttisctllaucous. A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Prepared from tho recipe of 'Dr. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut, the great Natural Bono Setter. Has been used for more than 50 years and Is the brat known remedy for Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Cuts, Wounds and all external Injuries. . C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor, Sole Agent. , COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. WILLIAH F. KNAPP St CO., ' Proprietors, 06 Court St., New Haven, Ct Work done ot short notice. ; mhZStf j NEW TICKET OFFICE, r RAILWAY and Steamship Tickets to all, points. Staterooms and Berths secured in advance. nagKage checked through. Starin Line Tickets to JNow orn, , Agent for Henry Gaze & Sons' Tours. '? JOHN MORSE, 69 CENTER STREET, Telephone call 407-4. , ' JeStf Onr Shoes are popular with men who want good Shoes for . , . . TteirEase, : Tieir Style, :: Their Wearing Qualities, and ; Riasonible Price. Oat stock Is so extensive end onr .styles. o varied that every man can get what he desires in a Shoe. Tie HralM Mi Go, 85 CHURCH jSTBBET, S Sole Agents for New Haven for Hanan &' : Son's Shoes ox new sou. , . . . JelSeod -'- -. . rh. lunt for nrlvewan. Cellar and f JflOOrf, COpiDgB, UU U WW. VI Artificial Stone Work- Estimates furnished by. , The Manulacturers, o. d. EOBiisoy & do.; myaotf 44 nat Street. irnpflTtflBr1 1?"I?TT t?fe' ;' "' loop , UNDERTAKER," ' " ' ' " . 162 ORANGE STREET, .V (Near Court street .) TelerVhone No. 857 Tt fi BTTUttWTT,: . . ?'r AixMtct,1 , ; . 852 Chapel Street. . HEAT YOUB HOUQ '" WITH TBI OXLIBBATin. "' " ' ' ; MAHONY BOIIjER, Bttava of Htot Water, Direct or iptUxiet - Badiation. ( . . ALSO HOT ALB ITJBN ACES. , . Driven wseWalty. KngmsVrs'Snppllas, flri olSMWorkgttsrsitesi. Factory work tollcited. Fersoli al attention gives te modernMng eBttTsgtoaMigf. RTTBAHAN & OROAIIK. ; nuxrmm ajtd FtTjBBEvTeawtjB. BSSoad 287 Btate Street. i JalS tt ff. O. Bex 80?) NeW Haven. Ones arolaga. 154 Elm Street, turo earas. . . . .'.. ' - . . ..vjfa. ... . - i Aturn. " -