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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1894.
3 BREEZES FROM SHORT BEACH BOW IBB COTTAGE KM AMB MX JOT' IXQTHEUHKLVha. Many Maw Hsvaa People There TwU Family of Meriden Reunion on th Fourth Bl.hop Goodwill of California Ha Ar rived General Item. Cottagers and guasts are constantly arriving and departing at Short Beach, Disking one round of constant actlv Uy. Parties arrived yesterday from Bhady Nook, Hillside and Wulllug. ttrdl 'MM I Mr. lAdams, associate editor of thi New Tork San,' is occupying the same cyltage as he djd-laet summer. Mrs. Melville Strong, of . Springfield bought the two 'Whitney cottages. A party from Hartford occupy one. Mrs .Hitchcock of New Haven occu pies the Middle Beach cottage. The Twlss family reunion was held at the cottage of Ransom Baldwin of Meriden on July 4. There were about nftjr present. Charles Mitchell of New York city has bought the "Happy-Oo-Lucky canoe. . Miss Maud Maseine gave a dancing party last week. A handsome span of horses belonging to Wilcox, the Temple street liveryman, ran away here last week and smashed a fine carriage. Frederick D. Meigs of Meigs & Co., the Church street clothiers, Is here with his family. Edward G. Oakley, proprietor of the Temple' Bar, and family are here at their cottage. Mr. Harwood and family of New Tork are here for the summer at their cottage. Mr. Swayne of New Britain and fam lly are occupying one of the Twin cot' tages. Edward Klmberly, the Park street liveryman, is at his cottage here with his family. Captain Hall, the well known fish dealer, will be found at his stand. Bert Brekinrldge of Meriden runs the bowling alley this season. The Hotel Bristol is closed this summer. Mr. Hall of Meriden is here with his yacht, the "Silver City," on which he takes out parties of the younger people for short trips. T. G. W. Jefferson and W. T. Jeffer son, his son, the Fair Haven painters, ocoupy cottages here. Rev. Mr. Markwick, pastor of the An eonia Congregational church, Is coming with his family this week. Mr. and Mrs. William Doollttle of Southlngton are at their cottage. Alderman and Mrs. Golden of Meriden are occupying the Linden cottage. Mrs. Churchill of New Britain Is at her cottage. Mr. George Horton and wife and Mr. George Lockrow are at their cottage. Mr. Lockrow has painted some very handsome views of the beach. Mrs. Cushman Is at her cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Allen of Walling ford are at ttielr cottage on the hill. Mr. and Mrs. Plncher, the builder of New Britain,. occupy the Blunt cottage, Mr. and Mrs. Ackrill of Ferry's bak ery. New Haven, occupy Little Bay cot tage. Miss Booth of New Britain occupies one of Mrs. Wilcox's cottages. Albert Stanley and family of New York are at their cottage. Mr. Stanley of the Stanley Rule com pany, of New Britain, Is at his cottage with his family. James Monroe of New Britain Is oc cupying his cottage. Mrs. Hitchcock of the Beach has sev eral lodgers. Bishop Goodsell and family of San Francisco, Cal., have arrived at their cottage. Bishop Goodsell was formerly pastor of the First M.E. church of New Haven. David Brlggs, M. Joab and Fred Bwenk of Wallingford occupy Hillside cottage. Mr. Wilson of New Haven has bought the Blackburn property on Main street. Short Beach Is waxing quite musical this season, nearly all the cottagers haying : provided themselves with pianos. Some of the old faces that have been familiar to all Short Beacljers in past seasons are missed this year, among them being Warren Bradley, B. Jacobs and Howard Beach. ' Lodge and Society Matters, The following officers have been in stalled in Alpha Commandery, Order of the Golden Cross: N. C, W. G. Towne; V.'N. C., Mary L. Renand; F. K. R., W. P. Lincoln; K. R., Mrs. E. L. Towne; W. T., Annie L. Smith; W. P., Mrs. J. M. Houston; W. H D. S. Thomas; .W. J. G., Mrs. C. E. Staples; W O.. G., George H. Fields; and P. N. C, iMrs. M. L. Wade. " Nathan Hale camp, Sons of Vet erans, has installed the following offi cers, Captain, Welles G. Bradley offi ciating: Chaplain, Wallace S. Bas sett; first sergeant, G. A. Gould; camp guard, H. L. Johnson; picket guard, G. Hasselman. The camp will give an ex cursion to Glen Island. A new lodge of Order United Ameri can Workmen has Just been instituted at Stamford with twenty-five mem bers. .Past Master Workmen Farren and Recorder Frank P. Tyler of East Rock lodge, Fair Haven, were the insti tuting officers. Grand Overseer John C. Gallagher will institute a lodge at South Manchester Thursday evening. . Wooster" lodge,' : United Order of Good Fellows, held their semi-annual meeting Tuesday evening in the Insur ance building.' The reports of the sec retary and' treasurer show the lodge to be in an excellent Condition. The .Adelphi Literary society will give their fifteenth annual excursion to Glen Island Tuesday, July 17. The boat will leave the new dock, foot of .Brown street, t 8:20 a. m.- - Ezel lodge,. Knights of Pythias, has conferred the rank of page on Engineer John Harmon of the Consolidated rail road, '-. , . ; ' A Special Meeting. A special meetirig of the board of edu cation has been called for to-morrow (Friday) night. ' . Its One Hundred and fiftieth. -'- The Baptist church at Winthrop, in DeepBiv.er, celebrates its 150th anni versary next Wednesday. ' The present ohuroh Was built 1744.' .The present pastor is the tyr, Mr. Rioy ... .a v.. .. FABgOXH-KMOHT. A rink-and-Whlte Wadding Orchard Street Vaetwday Afternoon. The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knight at No, Jl Orchard street was the scene yesterday afternoon of a pretty wedding, the occasion being the marriage of their daughter, Miss Carrie F, Knight, a teacher in Dlxwell avenue school, to Mr. Walter O. Parsons of Danbury. The ceremony was per formed at 1 o'clock by Dr. A. D. Vail of Trinity M. E. church. The bride was bswltchlngly attlrsd In a robe of white satin trimmed with old lace and wore the conventional long bridal veil. Miss Mabel J. Bromley, a graduate of Hill house In this year's class, was brides maid. She wore a lovely gown of white mull and carried a large bouquet of sweet peas. Mr. Frank E. Parsons of Danbury, a brother of the groom, was best man, and Mr. Joseph F. Raymond of Danbury was usher. About one nun dred guests were present from this city and elsewhere. The bride received many valuable presents. At the con' elusion of the ceremony and congratu latlons a banquet was served, after which the happy couple left, amid a shower of rice and old shoes, for a short wedding tour, returning from which they will reside at 319 Orchard street EXCVRXIOt8 YESTERDAY. Throng of People Enjoy Summer Out ings. The members of the Sunday school of the Fair Haven Second Congregational and East Pearl street Methodist churches went by steamer to Pawson park yesterday. Among the excursion ists were: Superintendent Frank Mans field of the East Pearl street Sunday school, Frank Tompkins, Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Morgan, Miss Carrie Morgan, Ed win R. States, Mrs. Frederick Mason, Mrs. Jacobs, Mrs.John Sanfbrd, Mrs. Frederick Hammond of Hartford, John Dann and family, Mrs. Walter Avery, Miss Robertson, Rev. D. M. James, J.O. Cloggston, Daniel Parmalee, Harry Crawford, H. W. Russell and family, Miss Blake, Edward H. Farren, Merrltt Farren and Edward M. Allen and fam ily. About 400 went on the steamer Con tinental to Watch Hill yesterday, being the members and friends of the West Side club. Some of those who went on the Continental were: The Misses Bar nett, Miss Grace McCuen, Miss Bessie Clark, Miss Bowman of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Clark, Fred Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. Henry But rlchs, Wooster McCuen, Miss Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Smith, Mrs. Camp, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lee, J. R. Halstead, H. H. West, Miss Edith Catlln, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Catlln, Miss Justine Catlln, Harry Lee, Samuel Hoyt, Frank Hoyt, the Misses Smith, Miss Shaw, Miss Lil lie Carmichael, Clinton Coe, Miss Tra- vers, William Beebe and family, Miss Bauer, Miss Keeler, Mr. and. Mrs. Bow- den and Miss Bowden, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Ward Countryman, Miss Shepard. Rev. Frank Countryman and wife of North Haven, Mrs. E. L. Washburn, the Misses Blakeslee, Spencer BedellFrank Smith,, Burton Woodruff, Miss-Brins-made. Miss Gertrude Short and Leon Gregg. The steamer Margaret took the mem bers of the Grace P. E. church, Fair Haven, to Pico park yesterday. Among those on board were: Rev. Douglass Miller, Mrs. Northrop, Mrs. Hall, Miss North, Mrs. Nettleton, Mrs. E. K. Rob erts, Mrs. Smith, Captain Leaves, Wil liam Keast, Miss Alcott, Mrs. North, Miss Chidsejr, Mrs. Todd, Miss Gilbert, Mr. Coburn, Mrs. Vanderbilt and fam ily,1 Mrs. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Barr and family, S. K. Jones and fam ily, Mrs. Bennett, Mrs. Ronold, Mrs. Langley and Mr. Rowe. The annual picnic of the Sunday school of the Church of the Messiah was held yesterday at Glen Grove park. Lake Saltonstall. About one hundred attended and two special cars on the New Haven electric road (took the party to the lake, and the steamer Cygnet took the party to the grove, where the party enjoyed the many means of diversion provided at the park to tlielr hearts content. The Sunday school teachers of St. Mary's Sunday school held their an nual picnic yesterday at Lighthouse point: - . ' The first excursion of the City Mis sion fresh air excursion will be held to day, the party going to Pawson park. The annual Sunday school excursion of the Davenport churoh will be held to-morrow. RATIONS FOB CAXP. Two National Guards to Draw Uncooked Food. ' - Every organization of the National Guard but two has notified Commissary General Jamieson of Middletown that the members will accept the proposi tion to feed them by contract at Camp Bradley, Nlantic, next month, and will accept the deduction ,of one-half the cost from their pay for the tour of duty. Two organizations Company B, Fourth regiment, and the fourth sec tion of the Machine Gun battery, both located at Bridgeport have informed the commissary general that they will draw uncooked rations, according to United States army standard, as sched uled by him, and will cook, serve and eat them themselves: Other organi zations of the brigade will watch with interest the process and its sub sequent - developments. ' The ' reasons for this are said to be dissatisfaction with the catering at Camp Morris last year and a desire to experience some of the real delights of active service in the field. An additional 'supply of hard toothpioks and pepsin is to be taken to camp and the surgeon will inorease his stock of seidlltz powders, all for the benefit of the two Bridgeport organiza tions. . Quartermaster General John P. Har bison has drawn from the United States government the following stores for use of the National Guard: 800 blouses, 25 iron bedsteads, with woven - wire bot toms, 25 mattresses," 2 a hospital tents complete, 50 ' waif" tents oomplete, 12 post flags, 12 storm' flags. 'and a large quantity of tent pins..,! -. , t r ; s St. James' Cutuok Ptealo. The annual pionio ot ) St. James' church and tridjfi'Atiwin, will-be held at 'Lake SattoiistaU on Wednesday,! ltftlL" ',' " ,- CO. A, 7TII C. V.'S REUNION. A VlMAtAXT AXSCAL IEHTKKDAT AT WU ITU OAK iillOrK. A bent ftMiy.. of the Vetera aa and Their rannlllee and friend rreeenl Memories of tba Fearful Charge an fort Wagner Old Comrade. A very uleaiaut reunion of Co. A, Seventh Connecticut Veterans, was held yesterday at While Oak Grove, a beau tiful rural and romantiu spot between New Dritaln aud I'lainvllle. About event y-five people were present, ill' eluding wives, sous and daughters of the veterans. A bouutlful repast was partaken of by the old comrades of Co. A aud their relative aud friend preseut at this luterestliiK occasion, This compuuy w one of the compiiuli'i of the old Seventh Connecticut Voluu teen, which on July 11, 1868 led that famous charge on Fort Wagner, 8. C one of the rebel fortsdufendiug Charles ton burner, ajid where the Co. A was nearly swept out of existence, many being killed and wounded and many taken prisoners. But after month rolled by captive esraped from prison aud returned to the army, and yester day the urvlvors met to commemorate the anniversary of that fearful charge at Wagner. Following is a list of the members present yesterday, each of whom brought from one to five friends to shure with tbem tb program of the day. Mrs. F. A. Sutcliff, Southlngton; Levi Andrews, Plantsvllie; W. Cook, South' Ington; Andrew F. Barnes, Southlngton George Daniels, Welhersfield; Mrs. L. C. Sutcliff, Southlngton; Lyman J. Johnson, Hartford; E. L. Hartley, Gran vllle Center, Mass.; Stephen Walkeley, Southlngton; Charles Hill, Hartford; D. B. Russell, Hartford; L. I. Flllen, Bloomfield; Moses Hunter, Chloopee Falls, Mass. ; Alonso Stark. East Hart ford; W. H. Clark, New Haven; Ira E. Hicks, New Britain; Mrs. V. B. Cham berlain, New Britain; D. G. Francis, West Hartford; George F. Lewis, New Britain; A. P. Sloan, Hartford. Speeches were made by the president of the day, Editor Stephen Walkley.who was followed by Ira E. Hicks ot New Britain, Moses B. Hunter of Chlcopee Falls, Mass., and others. The speakers did not omit to speak of the comrades who had answered the last roll call, and the death in particular of the lamented Captain V. B. Chamberlain was a loss greatly felt. At the present time forty-eight mem bers of the company are known . to be living. There were five deaths during the past year. Yesterday's attendance was the largest in five years. D. J. Francis was elected president of the association, vice the late Captain V. B. Chamberlain. With this exception the old board of officers was re-elected, There are only two surviving members of Company A in New Haven, W. H. Clark, Janitor of the Hillhouse high school, and Fred Upson, the well known letter carrier who was In every battle. Mr. Clark was hardly wounded In the charge upon Fort Wagner. Mr. Clark is a native of Plantsvllie, and was at home there yesterday, knowing all the landmarks in and about White Oak grove and for miles around. A Notorious Burglar. Providence, July 11. Martin Burns, a burglar who has led New Jersey of ficers a lively chase since April, was ar rested here by Detective Parker to-day, Burns, who is well known among New York crooks, burglarized a residence in Jersey City April 17 and escaped with $500 worth of jewelry and diamonds. Some of the property was disposed of to a nrm ana others be sold in Bridge port, uonn. The Jersey City police traced him to Hartford, Worcester,- Bos- ion, ana aown into Maine, farker was notified to look out for him and located him here last night. Chief Murphy of Jersey City was notified of the capture ana ueteotive liirun or that city ar rived here this afternoon. Burns, was turned over to him. ' The prisoner was recently released from Blackwell's Island, where he served a term for highway robbery on the Bowery, New xoru. SJEBM&HNO COLCHESTER. Many Kubber Work' Employe Die- charged and Leaving Town. Testerday's New London Day says: About half of the office force of the Col chester Rubber company have received their notice of thirty days and they will be obliged to seek employment in some other quarter. i It is not expected that there will be any more rubber goods manufactured In Colchester for some time. This is a great blow to the town, which-has de pended solely on the rubber shop for employment and business In general. Many of the families have already re moved to other towns, and it is probable that Colchester will be about deserted except by old residents, before fall. - frALLIGFOnl. Roilin Talcott's three-year-old child fell out. of second story window at it's home on Simpson avenue ' yesterday noon and as far as could be learned no serious injury was received. The child's Up was cut from a tooth, but only slightly. The child was playing upstairs with some other children and the mother only knew of the accident when she heard the child crying on the ground. , The Dime Savings bank directors have elected Judge Hubbard as presi dent, Rev. Hugh Mallon first .vice presi dent, John At water second vice presi dent, Leonard B. Bishop secretary and treasurer. R. F. Andrews is spending his vaca tion at Crescent Bluffs. A number of the Ramblers' will go to Coney Island on Saturday. ' The Strauss Brothers' have begun work on the sewer on Bartholomew row. Manager Taylor's team has decided to hold together the rest of the season. Thomas Daly, sr., is able to be about the house again.' . 1 The choir of the Holy Trinity church had an outing at Paugh pond yester day. . : , ' , , , .'..-.. . The Wlnsteds wanted the Walling- fords to play ball In Winsted on Satan day. ,'.?. v; '.,',;!. v:l ' James cooper's son. Burton is in a critical condition, with very little chanoe of recovery., " -;- i UIIEHllfW fKtCt It Kit IV El). The re of tba iMtml NherlffV . Blc Will ba Cut Dawn at Maat Une.Thlrd. County Hherlff Tomllnson yesterday received notice from th Judges of the supreme and superior courts that a new money table fur the service of writs, mileage allowances, etc., had gone Into effect and that hereafter the deputy sheriffs must compile their fee In strict accordance with the new schedule. By the new table the fees are materially out down and the rev enue of the sheriff's office reduced at least one-third. It la said that the relut-tin hun not been made because of any exorbitant charges by any deputy, .but simply as a matter of court economy., The cases most affected are those of '' a criminal character, but the fees In civil cases are also affected in a less de gree. This action was decided upon at a reuent executive semilon of the Judges, but the matter was k-t secret until yesterday when It K-aked out and became public property. The deputy sheriffs are naturully very murh upset by the change of the rates and claim that It will be almost an absolute Im possibility for any of them to make even a half-way decent living. As the matter now stands either the number of deputies will be reduced by one-third or all the deputies will be retained and their fees reduced, giv ing to each one less than a fair living Income. Several of the deputies, in speaking of the matter late yesterday afternoon, exprused . the opinion that the reduction of the fens would neces sarily have the effect f causing a num ber of the deputy sheriffs to seek new occupations. Adrertlied l.ettera. The following letters remain un called for at the New Haven pontolflce July 11: Miss May V. Bailey, Miss 8. Clurk, James Dt-Loug, Miss Sue H. F.vnus, C. P. Gorden, Miss Mary It. Hardy, Mrs. Lizzie Hicks, C. L. Jacknon, Miss Cath arine Mutter, G. F. Redlleld, John Torn. Francis G. Beach, P. M. State Gun Club. The Connecticut State ' Gun Club league will hold a tournament on the grounds of the Rod and Gun club, Wil limautio, to-morrow. The same condi tions will govern as at the stale shoots. Died in Lyme. Richard Noyes, father of Lawyer Walter C. Noyes and an esteemed citi zen of Lyme, died very suddenly Sun day night. Mr. Noyes hud been ailing from , indigestion, but nothing serious was looked for. It is . supposed that heart disease was the cause of death. Mr. Noyes was about seventy years of age. He had alwajs lived in Lyme. Pergonal. C. A. White is at South Lyme. J. H. Mansfield is at Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. A. McAllister Ib at West Haven. Mrs. 8. P. Osborn Is at Plymouth, Conn. Mrs. A. P. Osborn Is at Plymouth, Conn. L. A. Botcher and family are at Short Beaoh. Professor J. M.-Hoppin is at Litch field, Conn. ' W.'M. Bryant is summering nt Water town, Conn. E. R. Whiting is spending the sum mer at Niantio. , Professor A. T.,Hadley and family are at Botsford, Conn... B. F. Guyer reports a very en joy alio time at Atlantic City. Mrs. C. P. Wurts Is nt the Wildmere lake, Miunewnskn, N. Y. Mrs. C. H. Lookwood is at Old Force. Herkimer county, N. Y. George P. Marvin and family are spending the summer at Princeton, Moss. . Dr. P. L. Miller is spending a short time at the Continental Hotel Sara toga, N. Y. Mrs. William D. Whitney and family have gone to their summer cottage at Wainsoott, L. I. The condition of the Rev. Fother Russell,' who has been' suffering with rheumatism, is better. ' Principal Loomis of the Washington school left the city yesterday on a visit to his son, in Worcester, Mass. A bouncing baby boy appeared at the home of A. Hartenstein last night. Both motner ana onua are doing nicely. Dr. Charles Kelly hits returned from Philadelphia, where he has been with his father, who 1b very sick, but now re covering. Philip Goodbart received a cablegram rrom Attorney j. f. uoodhart yester day, announcing that he, Mrs. Good bart and Simon P. Goodhart had reached Southampton in safety and in excellent health. Superintendent V. G. Curtis is at As- bury Park, attending the conventiop of tne Rational tsaucationai association. He will go to Philadelphia and there at tend a meeting at whioh manual train ing schools will be discussed. Among the New Haven teachers nt the American Institute of Instruction at Bethlehem, N. H., are Miss M. G Beeoher and Miss S. L. Davis of Car lisle ' Street school and Miss Louise Hofocker of Rosette Street school. Charles E. Nettleton, fonnerlv sten ographer in the adjutant general's office at the capitol, has resigned his position as stenographer in the office of the comptroller of the New York-, New Haven and Hartford railroad at New Haven. Miss Alice Bradford Hammond of as Orchard street, of the'' class of '94 H. H. 8., who In the three days' com-' petitlve examination, of Harvard uni versity for ladies, recently held in Nrw York, took the first prize of $300, is now spending her vacation at Nan tucket, Mass. - , ' Officer Tighe's MUhap. While arresting Miohael J. Sullivan early yesterday morning in the rear of Bryan, Miner & Read's store on State street, Officer Tighe waa severely injur ed. Sullivan was . drunk at the timn and resisted arrest, Durinar the snnffln whioh ensued one of Tighe's finger was broken and his wrist -badly wrenched Tighe piuckily held or to his prisoner and succeeded in landing him safely in the lookup. , Polioe Burgeon - Gaynor was called and. dressed Tighe's Injuries, which will Inoapaoltata him lor dntvfor several weeks, .M' AirttED a, vrnos'a evsehil. aervlre Held at III Lata Reeldentn Ye. tarda? Afternoon A Largs Attendance. The funeral service of the lnu Alfred A. Upson were held at the r(llem e of F. D. Grluuell, hi ou-lu-luw, l&l Woos ter street, at 2 oVlook yuntt'rdny after noon. The house wn tilled with friend aud relative. Rev, g. Drydnu Phelp read selection from the scripture and Rev. John H. Mason of the Flrtt Baptist church made beautiful and very ap propriate consolatory remnrk and offered a prayer. A quartet sang sev eral selection. The oasket was covered with (lowers from friend In this aud othor cities. Tlu beatiUHwerei Mcr. C. P. Hanson, CiA.iHoyoll.iir. W. Htowe, W. Lewi. W, AriUAtrong and 1). S- Cooper. Thorn were uiuiiy wi-ll known New Havener present ut the fuuernl and uUo friends from Springfield, New York and other plaoes. . Hwayne Hearing Postponed. The continuation of the Investigation into to charges of Contractor Walter 8. Swayne against Health Officer Wright and Clerk Bailey, which was to have taken place to-morrow night, hus been postpoucd until Monday evening. Yes terday Mayor Sargent received a tele gram from Attorney Hamilton stating that he had missed the boat at Walfrille, Nova Soot la, and would not be able to arrive here In season for the bearing Friday night. Ho thereforo asked thut it b postponed until Sntnrday night. L wl ig to this fnot the mayor hus post poned the investigation until Monday night. No K. or L. Men o Out in Meriden. Meriden, July 11. As far us Meriden is concerned, Sovereign's order for all Knights of Labor assemblies to strike, has fallen Hut. The locul K. of L. load ers haye received no official orders to the effect unci know nothing more about it than what hus boon published in the papers. ' Theft of Diamond Eurrlng. Hartford, July 11. John D. Pond, a stenm fitter, was arrested last night for the theft of a pair of diamond earrings valued at (400 from Mrs. Schall, wife of a-clty diamond denier. In the police court this morning he loudly protested his innocence aud the case was ad journed to Snturday. One of the ear rings was subsequently found at a pawn shop and the other secreted in Pond's necktie. Reunion of the Seventeenth. The annual reunion of the Seven teenth regiment, Connecticut Volun teers, is to be held on August 28 next nt Greenw.ch. The people of Greenwich have a warm place in their heart for this regiment, whioh was recruited in Fnirneld comity, and this year's gather ing of the survivors will undoubtedly be pleasuut. Yesterday Afternoon's Fire. The fire yesterday afternoon was in a pile of fertilizing material behind the Fair Havqn and Westville railroad barn and was extinguished before any damage was doiie, Fire engines i aud 8 were stopped at the Grand avenue railroad by the gateman while running in re sponse to the alarm. When tne engines approached the crossing the pate tender in the employ of the Consolidated roud dropped the gates and kept them down until a switch engine hud passed. Police Captain O'Keefe reprimanded him for blocking the engines and threatened to arrest him if the offence was repeated. THE BEST PROOF of the wonderful curative quali ties of the Carlsbad Sprudel Salt is the fact that it is imitated. The genuine is without equal as an aperient for chronic constipa tion, rheumatism, dyspepsia, liver and kidney troubles, etc. Best taken when out-door exercise can be had. Be sure and secure only the genuine. Excels all others in Strength and Purity. ' 8cn lS-cenf stamp for picture!, nuu is ClSLiTOK, Hertford, Ct ISI IRON-TONE " (NON-ALCOHOLIC) The . ideal Tonic Beverage for Nerve. Brain and Blood, on draught at tha principal soda fountains at 5c. per glass. Bottles Extract Magic Iron Tone for home Use, 25c. One bottle makes a quart of the " best Iron Tonic Syrup In the world. Delicious , in ice water. Will keep Indefinitely. Doesnotaffett v the teeth. ron salc y . fROOT AG I C DRUGGISTS Arm CONFECTIONERS Young I'enple' Prllroent. Tho Inti'iimlloiiul oriler of King's Daughter uinl Hons, of whlub thorn are numerous societies and many member In this city, have, been Invited to take part iu a parliament to.be held ut Long Beach, Long Inland, July 12, 13, 1 ami 15, and Hie Invitation hu been uuueptud by most of tho local socletlu. TI10 Long lleuch association purpoxe to cutilhllKh ut Long Ueuch. Long Uluud, a summer resort that will afford not only delightful opportunities for reurea tiou mid rent ut one of the must delight ful places 011 the Atlantic coast, but will include, under the direction of the Ilev. David James Ilurrell, D. P.. pastor of the Collegiate Reformed church, of Filth aveuite, New York city, a summer parliament for such as may desire prolltublo entertainment without the surfeit and exhaust Inn attending the usual utiiunior assembly. Meetings of the C. K, soclcly.Kpworth league, UuptUl Young People's union ami the Chautauqua, will also bo hold in July; while the Sunday school assem bly, a congress of religious, a temper ance convention mid a forum of re forms offer additional attractions for August. Arrangements have been made at the hotels for reduced rntc9 for the mem bers aud their friends who may desire to be present. V . v ... c CLIMATE HAKES THE MAN The men of the North tha men of the South the men of the heat. Hot Summer weakens you, saps your energy, and if there is a flaw in you physically, soon it shows. Strength is given by use of a nutritive, palatable tonic. That's Johann Hoff's Malt Extract. For sale everywhere. See that the signature "Johann Hoff" is on neck label of bottle. None other is genuine. Head Agents, Eisner & Men delson Co., U. S., New York. tif I ? l-U - 3r SL TMJ H ygjS had aiwiin. 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