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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER; THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1894.
ft 'Jduriini ana lwvv. zz. - . . ... -r ,.- ' ... .. . SEW HAVEN, CONS. tans Month, 1.60; Okb Month, 60 CRSITSi ON WkKK, 15 CKNTSJ SlNOLE OOPIM, 3 CFNTS. Thursday, July 1! 1804 NEW APVERTlfKMKNTs VOU TO-DAV. JUrirslns For Thiirwlav-llowe & (Motion. i aill ..mmri" ,.miih .ni-iii -. iitilr I but MBlify, -o. u.t HiM'k Ti-a Blori'-A. nryuMi. .Man- Miiry iiivmi-.'it-riui.HU' Mince. iitiinolnl.liihii.itmi l.tvlnwloii. 'or full Homi-a-lM t'liiinh Strwt. ir Kent ( otmiroK K. t.i liuk. fir ltont FliitH Uuorii as liiMiriinrp n Iff. "or Suit Hiillcllnn l.nis-11. C. l'liidra. or Kent HiHim M.twIii's. .. . Oraml Shoiiiilnir Emporium r. M.ilniwnSj o, litv.imi-iit Hmk.-rii-CliiirU'S W.Smuiluii to. JiM-Viit.li-M. V. Niwts E. Sthoi-nlnT?"r it eon. Htmyixt Itair E. Mnlli'y. Varatlon Tours- I'n k ,V lllhop, Viiniiil-Poiiy-l'. (. Rmx :M. Wanted Oirl ST1 Ohimli Stn-et. V'wldliiff fiifm At Sllv. rilum's. Vautod tarm-H, E, llnlilwln. tVEATHEK HKCOKU. AomcFLTr in THAI. DrPARTMEST, T ll'KII F IIP THF t'HIKP 1 nr. WKATiir.it Hi iikau. f ,1).C. July 11. p.m. J Of tiii Washington, ForpooM for Thursday-Kor New Enirliind: Fartly cloudy wcHtlier. prolmbly lonil show, era in northern and ouiitml portions, south west winds, warmer In the lntorior. Local Weather ltnport, fob jri.y 11, 1891. K A.M. P.M. 2fl.ftt 12 Cloudy Snromotfr U'empeiutnre )!.. Humidity.... Wind Iiiruction... Wind Velocity.... Weather .... 30. IM Kl Clear Moan tompenitnre. TO. Mux. K mperatuie. X-. Min. temperature. .V. l'recipitHtinn. .(liw'lip. Mux. velocity or wind, 15-Sw. Excess of temperature since January 1, 8U7 degrees. Deficiency of precipitation since January 1, 10.02 inchesJ ' W. C. CAVANAGH, Observer. Note. A minus siirn pi rllxcd to ther jnometer readmits iiidk-ates temperature be- A "T" in connection with rainfall indicates aUraoeof rainfall too small to measure. Snow is melted and resulting depth of Water not known. LOCAL -YEN'S. Brief Mention. Buy a good house 11. E. Baldwin. High water to day at 7:09 a. m. and 7:29 p. m. Concreting and artificial stone. Con necticut Concrete Co. , 42 Church, room 4. The members of the Connecticut Ho tel association meet at Fort Griswold liouse, New London, to-day. Governor Morris was in Middlotown vesterdav attending a meeting of the directors of the insane hospital. E. L. Linsley, D. D. G. R., v'sitert Mattatuek council, R. A., of Water bury at its meeting last evening. Olive Branch lodge, F. and A. M., will celebrate its twenty-fifth auniver eary at Masonic hall in Westville to Bight. The National Blues will hold their an nual excursion to Glen Island on July 27. The Keeley League will go on the 19th to the same place. Caterer Deibel is spending the sum mer with his daughter, Mrs. W. H. Van Buren, Jr., at Stony Creek. Mr Diebel's health is greatly improved. Ernest C. Sharpe of Seymour, con tractor and builder, made a voluntary assignment in the probate court Tues- day. A hearing will take place in this city July 17 at 10 a. m. Judge David IS. Lockwood of Bridge port has been confined to his house for six weeks with inflammatory rheuma- tlsm of the legs. During his sickness be has lost over 100 pounds; his weight at the time he was taken ill being 3C5. The Alburgh Springs house, Vermont, where many New Haveners have stopped, was destroyed by fire Monday night with contents. The barns also were burned. Many of the guests lost all their effects and had to flee for their lives. Miss E. C. M. White, daughter of the late Colonel George M. White, has writ ten the music for a very pretty lullaby which is on sale at all music stores. The piece will no doubt prove as popular a the "Hillhouse Two Step," which was oonposed by the same young lady. The body of a whale seventy feet long drifted on the beach directly opposite the Bellport life-saving station on Long Island yesterday. Several old sailors estimate its value at any sum ranging from $200 to 51,500, if the bone and blubber is properly removed. It is feared exposure will render the body unfit for cutting up before some exper ienced "whaler" comes along. Dispatches last night say: Meriden Knights of Labor are averse to striking through expressing sympathy with the A. R. V. No support is given Debs in Middletown. There are no signs of labor agitation in Danbury. In Ansonia labor circles are taking no aotion on Mr. Sovereign's manifesto. Norwich is all quiet and so are Torrington, Willi mantic, Bridgeport, Hartford and other places. The garrison at New London it still busy making cartridges. A New Tork dispatch says "reports from all over the country indioate that Knights of Labor will generally keep at work." Selling Confederate Money. Hartford, July 11. In the United Btates district court this afternoon the case against A. A. Young of Rocky Hill, charged with selling confederate . money, was adjourned to September 1. v ' He Jumped from the Train. - Hartford, July 11. The body of the United States soldier who was found on the railroad and died at the hospital yesterday, was buried by the town to , day, not having been identified. He, with two other reoruits, were being conveyed by a reoruiting officer from - Springfield to David's Island, New York .harbor, t Monday night. He jumped tftVPJ tao train uuenowg to desert. I nriiunri'l'lMIl' VSITKD 1IH4H3 WUUKSHH. jtn To Thoiuand Inlamla, MratoKa. The Tlygela tuul llooreallon Touvlnt company, In co-operation witn w York, New Haven mid Hartford Rail road company, have completed arrange ments for running u mrlos of extjiirniont lo gurntofift, Thousand Islands, Niagara Fulls and Ploek Inland. The first ex- iirsluu to Sui at "K11 leaves next Mon day, July HI, mid excurniutu leave piu ii following Monday to the clone of the Kcaniii. Nine dollars pays all necessary expense to tliebC cli'llgllt fill trips. Hie ilix trip to uiock jbuiiki leaves Union depot ut 7:50 a. in., the next on Saturday, July 14, anil other dutus are July '.'1 and 2. The very low price of $7 lute, been named for this beautiful luce day's trip. For information and copy or Ton i-int World; also hook oi coupons, cull on l'eck & Illshop, general agents, Tit.' t'liapel treet. Went Miore Nile. The exeeiitivo committee of the Con necticut Slate Firemen's association will tneut In the new liouse of Engine com pany No. 1 of West Huven ut 11 a. in. to-day. The meeting will hear the re port on new by-laws and will urrungc for the convention. A most enjoyable lawn party was held on the lawn of James Tolles of 170 Elm street yesterday afternoon and evening. The party was composed of the junior members of tho Y. P. S. C. E. of the Congregational church. About fifty young people were in attendance. The lawn was beautifully decorated with Chinese lanterns. Among the young ladies in charge were Miss Tolles, Miss Hrvanl, Miss Fowler, Miss Wilkinson. About twenty of the members of the Windsor Locks Wheel club will go to Savin Rock next Sunday for a shore dinner. Fifty-live Men Were Stranded. Hartford, July 11. Frank Sargesa of Boston, is tho Italian padrone who brought seventy-flvo Italian laborers here yesterday from Boston, promising hem work On the Hartford street rail- wny's trolley equipment. He collected S3. 75 from each and it is estimated cleared over S200 on the transaction. He left the city this morning fearing ar rest or the vengeance of the men. Work was found for twenty and the other fifty-five are stranded here without money or food. Connecticut Signal Men to Assist. Major Howard A. Giddings of the brigade signal corps, C. N. G., has re ceived a request from Commander J.W. Millen of the New York naval reserve, that the signal' corps co-operate with the First brigade signal corps, N. G. S. N. Y., on the occasion of the naval mauoeuvers near Fisher's Island the last week of this mouth. The invita tion has been accepted and a volunteer detail from his command, under the command of Major Giddings, will main tain the station on the mam land, while the New York signal men will occupy posts on Fisher's Island, Gardner s Island, Plum Island and Montauk Point and on board the ships. Messages re porting the progress of the sham naval battle of July 25 will be flagged from one point to another by the signal men VISITED THE THAMES CLUB, Large Farty of Qulnnlpiac Club Members From New Haven. New London, July 11. A distinguish ed party of New Haven gentlemen, about twenty-five in number, members of the Quinniplac club, visited the Thames club this morning upon the in vitation of Major Bromley, advertising agent of the Consolidated road, and spent an hour or two very agreeably. At noon a steam launch took the par ty up the river to the Kitemaug club, where they enjoyed the hospitality of that well known club. In the party were the following gentlemen: General S. E. Merwin, Hon. N. D. Sperry, Gen eral Ford, F. C. Tuttle, William Neely, T. A. Tuttle, Major Isaac Bromley, Colonel F. T. Lee, George Gunn, Charles S. Kimberly, Judge David Callahan, E, H. Barnes, Miles H. Goodyear, Arthur D. Osborne and Dr. W. D. Anderson, They returned to New Haven on the Gilt Edge this evening. Married at St. Patrick's. A very pretty wedding wus solemn ized at St. Patrick's church at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, when Miss Mar garet C. Keyes of 48a Jiast street was married to William Cautwell, now of this city, formerly of Norwich, Conn The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Ryle. The bridesmaid was Miss Rose Clerkin and the best man William Galivan. The bride was attired in a beautiful traveling oostume and carried bride roses. The happy couple left on the 6 o'clock tram for a brief wedding tour, and upon their return will reside at 96 Greene street. Modern Treatment of Epilepsy. The monthly meeting of the New Haven Medioal sooiety was held at the residence of Dr. G. F. Converse on Wballey avenue last evening. About thirty physicians were present. The special feature of the meeting was paper on the "Modern Treatment of Epilepsy," compiled and read by Dr. Leonard Woolsey Bacon, jr. The paper was an exceedingly nble one, and re flected great credit upon Dr. Bacon After the business of the meeting had been transacted an excellent repast was served, which was much enjoyed by all present. Wedding Last Evening. A very pretty home wedding occurred at 255 York street, last evening. The most interested were Miss L. C. Smith and Mr. E. B. Strong, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. E. Thorpe of Hartford, Conn. They were the recipients of many beautiful and useful presents and congratulations. They left on an early train for a trip among the hills oi Connecticut. On their return they will reside at 255 York street, this oity. . ' Installation of Officers. Rathbone Lodge, No. 1, K. of P., in stalled the following officers last night, D. D. G. C. T. 8. Williams being the in stalling officer: .C. C, Burton Wooding; V. O., D. W. Caulkins; P., L H. Hoxie; M. of W., David 8. Campbell: M. at A. John Norman: I. G,, H. O. Jacobus: O, J1G.,B.O.erienfleluV 11 lock Island and 1 The Raven! U Annual von""""" I . . . I Natlunal Dudy. Wuterbury. July ll.-The vowu anuuiil national eouveiitiuu of Trade Aweinuly No. 252, ut the KiiIk' Labor, the United Bras Worker and Muinl l',ilUl,..r i,t !hn United rjlutcn, cued here to-day, at 10 a. M at Ln- John K. Fluguruld of New Haven pie tided. Delegate from Trenton, Eliza beth, Jeiwy City, Albany, H'lmtlo, rooklyii, New York, and from Minwa- htiiM'lts, Ulimle Isluiid-uitrt tin '' ere nrem-iit. The aoU'eatc noiu Un ocal Hi-wmliUe ure Juiiiri . tarroii, K. Kelly, Thoma Liiddy una Jonu Murphy. There were sixty-two ut'iu- gate present when the, cuiiveuiwu, opened this morning, ltnport of offi- urs have consumed inueu oi iuc u, . tin iimsler workman report lioateu quite extensively on the pivseut critical condllloii of uffuir. and suggested rcm- dies for doing away wlthA'uipleU lx- tween labor and it employers, ill secretary's report showed thai the order us strong in number una financially. The convention will continue to-nior- ow. LUX A OIIK.V HUSTKXVED. The Kw 1'ork l.mw Witness Goes to Jail tor Three Months. Hartford, July 11. In the police court to-day Judge Barbour sentenced Lena Cohen, the New York Lexow wit ness, to three months In jail for Keeping house of ill fume. Her husband, Morris Cohen, was lined $20 and costs. Fanny Rahfsky was given thirty days in jail, Mury Duncan fifteen days, and Carrie Curry was fined 85 and cost. Isadora Yesuess, Lena's paramour, was let go. Chief of Police Bill testified that wnen Lena Cohen came here from New York three months ago she told him she was going to stait a nouse anu bsruu mm he price of police immunity, on me New York plan. He ordered her out and warned her. FRIES vs aim: mystified. Florence Bell Seymour of Seymour Rock Disappears. Norwalk, July 11. Fashionable circles in Seymour Rock, a small village seven miles from this city, are agitated over the mysterious disappearance of Miss Florence Bell, only daughter of Francis K. Seymour, the wealthy banker, who has not been seen since last Saturday afternoon. Miss Seymour, it is announced, is en gaged to a Mr. Pennell of Chicago, and the wedding, wnicn, accoraing 10 an re norts. would have taken place next September, would have been the princi- uul social function in years, ner ab sence from home cauuot be explained. She is only 20 years old. Mr. Sey mour has offered $5,000 for her return to him safe and sound. - Mr. PenneR has been notified by wire of her disap pearance. Cheney Bros, silks for 39e. a yard at Howe & Stetson's. See adv. If vou wish to see silks sold like cot ton cloth step down early this forenoon to Howe & Stetson's silk sale. If vou wish to see silks sold like cot ton cloth step down early this forenoon to Howe & Stetson's silk sale. See adv. The Booth Meat Co. have had and now have plenty of meat and you can save money by buying your supplies rit their stores, 370 State street, 591 Grand avenue and 7 Grand avenue, Fair Ha ven. Cash markets. No delivery, jyl2 3t Inks anil s. FURS REPAIRED. Chapel, cor. State st. PFAFF & SON. RHODE ISLAND TURKEYS Are sUl oomlnit. very tii We are Offering them Very Low. Spring Ltnb, Spring Umb. Asparagus, Fresh lilnt, . " ' Psss, New bnnoh Beet, Choice Florida and Hothouse Tonutoe, Huahroome, Mushroom. ' 7 ind 9 Church st. 152 Portsu st. WEDDING GIFTS Sterling Silverware rling i 81.00 J pwards. Belts. , Ladles' Link Ouft Button. -Studs, etc., at REDUCED PHI The largest selection in the city can be found at v STLTERTHATj'S, Jewelers and Diamond 190 el (font. :i - Wedding aSpeolity, v. '6w JIvw.Thur4r, JulyJ3,l4. , The weather.to4ay-Liktly to be fair, ""T '"MOV R y. ' Th A PQtirV SjIC with its vigorous sweep takes in Linens, --Cottons ana Housefurnishings. Prices for Thursday only. , Mot many days Deiore we'll be scampering abojit trying to ascertain how many hundred , thousand dollars' worth of merchandise thjre is in stock ; how much has been sold since January ist; how much money we have lost and how much we have made, etc. To this end quantities must be reduced, consequently reduced prices. HOUSEFURNISHINGS The economy of Eight Cents in connection with things always wanted. One day hursaay. Whlk Broom Patent Clothes Dryer, Shoe Brushes Paint " Varnish Towel Rack, Rollers Cotton Clothes Line, -Knife Boxes ..M .08 . .08 .01 .08 .08 .08 .08 .08 .08 .08, jOS Spring Scales Alcohol Lamp Soap bishrs Bowls ' ' Japanese Tea PoU . Sea-shore Palls and Shovels Picture Dusters Decorated Cup Decorated sau cers Decorated Plate Milk Kettles Agate Sauce Pans Afrnii- Pie Plates A .08 Comb and Brush Cases .08 Vegetable sneers Fry Pans Mincing Knlyes Lipped Preserve Kettles .08 Lipped Sauos Pans Coffee Pota Carpet Beater Milk Pans Wash Basins Yellow Pudding Dishes Pie Plates Oil Stove Kettles .08 ,08 .08 .08 63 .08 .08 .08 Agate Dtppei les . For sale down in the -to-reach Basement. easy LINENS 17 inch Red "' bordered Table Linen 37 a yard.' 64 inch Cream Table Linen at 40 cents a yarq. 4-8 Bleached Napkins 50 cents a dozen. Restaurants, attention! V .1 COTTONS -' n 1 Case of Dwight Anchor Bleached Cotton 7 cents a vard. . T 1000 vds. of 45 inch Colored Bordered Lawns 5 cents a yard, The forcreinsr prices are for Thursday only. Good: designated bv yellow and o blue cards. Linen Court. Not That Ginghams are worth less, but other fab ricsBreeze Cloth for ex amnle. have for the time being supplanted them. In consequence you'll find upon our tables, hrst quality 32 inch 25 cent American Zephyr Ginghams at 12H cents a yard. Ginghams out of date? Never. Women are as true to them as the mari ner's needle is to the pole. Daylight Square. MAN K N F Kl YaMo Potatoes, 22 cents Peck, 75 cents Bushel. Thevaretne nicest Potatoes In town, 23 Granulated Sugir $1.00. t R.W.MILLS, 382 STATE STREET. IOOOCOOO TRUNKS. f 4 We have a large assortment of . TVii-nlrct kYi.fl Daira: And our price are low. CThB Burgess Fir I Sat to;( ry wtciiiiwj,-i XXI ARE YOU L00!:,Y1 FOE Till. BEST BARGAlAo EVER OFFERED IN A, VT t July Is usually a quiet montli in tlie Clothing "business. We propose to make it a btlsyone witli us "by offering the "best values ever offered in this country in Reliable Beady made Clothing. ." . '. ' .. . ? Do not think of buying any thing in the Clothing line un til you have examined our StOOk. v ' .:V C. E. LONGLEY & CO.. 101, 103 and 105 Church Street, N"ES"W HAVEN", HOHXTJSTi Almost Everyone takes a vacation about these days. The wise man has his trav ' elling flask filled and ,- . gets his cigars from his grocer before leaving. He thereby takes no chances on quality and, incidentally, saves on an average 33 over "Summer resort" prices. EDW. E. HALL & SON, 1 .-: 770 Chapel Street Established ml. OP THE Remington Bicycle Tbougajoften remarked. Is not often men tioned by us.. The Hemlng-ton has more im rortant features more worthy of attention. IB every way it 1 as gooa aa re Kwaa. Sold 'foi; cash or on easy term. 8tore open everyvenlnit. REPAIRING. BBNT1NQ. e and Huootr Store, , us wraniraBirnii ' ' 1 'Stoir clod eveniiur axoaot Satiaday- awU . KEBPINQ POSTED 'Isthedutjof evi r man and weman. Iff you "eep pi . yoa wm know tnat we want vour trad and are wlUinir toi makelndueemdntkMaetit. Ibis weekT we are offering some tptoial bargain in Hammoeks (full' tre7 0, Lemonade Ma 13a. oil Btove Irani tn uvwaraa. ia-burnet furiiaai nJ,T; Botate,CrVt4ll wan Dfer Bowl 80. BEFWGBa,TOBS AND 'iCB OHESTS.I 1 Prices on TiirMtore' and carpet lm A line of an rap uaoy Ajsmaces, suu-i able far us at Usi shore-ot- ia the ooun-j . Trv ai,ttiff mmme: .at verv lowl iprloes. ATsoompite Uneof the Ugh-J 'er grade at ratiiaBiM prices. 11 Jll VlUll CkpliWM OatiUtar, 766?6QliA9elSt; CMted ! kop stay aaajgaturaay. THB best 1 ArtoBoiai etone' to the market for sidewalks. dnviW fcU. shop and hern Soots, eeilar bottom, ourhlng, ooplhg, aw. I orilm imsufr neauted ttoa gaawauMa. h "S - HOWE tfLVl TETS0M a SPECIAL. , We offer our line of Cbenejr BroO 11.00 qimllty 24 Inen Pl(rured India Silks, oomprUlng raafnifloent Una of stylus and coloring, at - ' , ': 39c a yard. Tbl I unquestionably the great! 811k bargain UjI olty ba erer teen. Bargains for , ' Thursday Tfaaa arioceheU fd octy t from 8 A. M. te VttaTsJ day, July lath. , ? They are.ererUi yo tte4 . . - . umiv .i No. J. About ijoo'yardft-ef Sottjetl Swiss, ' ih beauttful Jrtiated fig r.T9s. Tiicse hav tfc teal em broidertJ. dots, and our. regular price is 25c. Also about laooyards Ander son's. Scotch Ginghams a very pretty line of stylea...-Regular price, 35c. Only Thursday, No. 2i.. : About iaoo yards-of very fin quality all-silk MoW Ribbons, with satin adga, width' .ia.r full line colors. Regular 24c quality. Qajfy Thursday, at NO. J. -W;: ' We offer a line of Ladies' Drawers (Hathaway 'mike). Ia the lot art ; all size "and kinds, and the cloth is of the very best niaterial. . Regular- prices are 75c. and 88c. Only Thursday, it HALF PRICE, that is. , . 38 aivl 4?4 No. 4, Oiir line of fine Duck Suits- all with bound seams, excellent finish, etc. Colors are-ataolutely fast. Regular pricaj I4-48-Only Thursday, at $3.19 Small Wares. ' Fqr Thursday Only. : Combination Pocket-Book worti 50c., 23c. ' Our 35c. and 38c. Belt Buckles, 19c. Choice from our rtock t of 'Stick Pins, 5c. ' ' , Handsome Ooth 'FoMivJPawi, aU colore, 0c. . . " v- . . "' Floriaa Water, 7c. ; Chloride of Lime, 5e.-" ' ' HeWE i ii MIND Is made up and; she will order the' new Furniture at pncev. it is lotelv. and ' UUHIjB BU WiljlXT sa hui less than , Anywhere else in New:HaVen,: hecanse Ma went ev; erywhere to get prices. We delivered that furniture. v : , this morning.. Kye floora as good at lowest, cost. .' - Casli or Easfi mtT Ey TonTi p, J. mLY& Grand Ave., Church St, . - - . . , - . '.:f RAVEREMOVED; To 1012 I0I4 CHAPEL ST. Mi