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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURTER, TUESDAY, 3TJLY 17, 1894.
M V 4 it : m - h , Journal stud Courier. NEW HAVEN, COWN. tgui Mostiu, tl.iO; Ouu Mouth, 60 ctm; Ow Wisea, 13 cesrsj Baoi Ounce, 3 orrw. Tuesday, July" 17, im. ItBW AUVEU1STKMU.MU Toil TO-DAY. A 8trlk-flllvrtliu'. BiojrolK-Mnll. NfllyCo. ttoiunilttoo mi (wr Oily Notice. finlty foal MalW. N'"ly Co. Kyeglamwaw U A Oiid.Ih. . . kiUU-Jniit 1. kavmiworth Probate Notice. Kly's Cram lUliu At Drugglm. Flour mid Colt- Jobnmin & llr). tot KiMit-Vrtliiiie-F. . H 1I. Por piilo-MUk Kmite-O. 0. 8 This Ofno. For Sale imu lenos W Pwirl SltkI. J'ur Knot Hiiuae 64 Cbwtmit Sirwt. 'or Sal. Goal Tram-O. P. I.. Thin OOloa (iranM Shopping Kiuporliiin .M.llrowoCO. Jamil Ktflter 11. limning. Men's bulU-C'. E. Irfinicley 4 Co. Noilei- A. A. Vnnl"W. Pakola-At DruKtrl't. Suuito-K. W. Mill. Mioe Blore 1oiil A. B. Greenwood. Wantiil ijaliwuian Howe etmin. Wanted (llrl 7 Fmiiilslu Stniut. Wanted Young Man -P. 0. x B. M KATHF.K KECUKO. AORICTITCniL DKPABTinSHT, omrs of trk Chief OF TI1K WEATHER Ill llKAL', rAnimicios, D.O.. July 10. WH.,8p.m, Forecast for Tuesday For Connecticut: J"ar, warmer In eastern portions. Southeast rind. IxmmU Weather Reports FOB JULY 10, IBW. 8 8 A.M. P.M. 80.J8 8n.8 il "3 73 07 KB 8 It i Cloudy Clear Barometer Terapprature Bui. liiiuilillty wind Direction Wind Velocity Mean temperature, 72. Max. temperature, 83. Mln. temperature, 61. Precipitation, .0 Inches. Max. Telocity of wind, 19-lf. Exceea nt temperature since January 1, 40T degrees. Deficiency of precipitation alnco January 1, lDJtt Inches. H. J. COX, Obterrix. Kote. A minus sign ) preHxod to ther mometer readings Indicates temperature be low rero. A "T" in eonneoMon with rainfall Indicates H race of rainfall too small to moaaure. "Snow is melted and resulting depth of Water not known. J.OCJ.L XJCWS. Brief Mention. But a good house R. E. Baldwin. High water to day at 10:21 a. m. and 10:21 p. m. Concreting and artificial stone. Con necticut ConoreteCo., 42 Church, room 4. The Freuoh Philharnionio band were entertained at the house of C. Fontaine on Congress avenue last evening. M. C. Peterson was initiated into Washington camp, P. O. S. of A, last evening at the regular meeting of the camp. Over 300 workman and about 150 horses and cars are employed prepar ing the site for the new round house at the Cedars. Trinity Episcopal church and Sunday school will go to Pawson park to-day by the steamer Sunshine. Cars will leave the church at 8:15 a. m. j Rev. G. M. Teeplo, pastor of the Second Adveut church, Westville, has as his guest his father, Rev. Y. L. Teeple of East NorwaJk. Miss Annie Baunian of Bridgeport will lose the siht of her left eye, as a result of a shot nred by a twelve-year-old boy out of his air gun. The Winohestor avenue line began yesterday the extension of its line from the corner of Howard avenue out Con gress avenue to West bridge, a distance of about one mile, Patriok Gaffney of 82 Lines street has not brought suit against the United Btates Life Insuranoe company of New York, as was recently alleged in some at the local papers. Charles A. Wilcox and G. S. Turner, for many years with J. H. Thorpe in the City market, will open a fish market at 490 State street on Wednesday. Their friends will wish them suooess in their Wf venture. Painter Probably Fatally Injured. Bridgeport, July 16.' Milton R.Smith, a painter, fell from the top of a four story building at Washington avenue and High street this afternoon and re ceived probably fatal injuries. Four ribs were fraotured on the right fide besides serious internal injuries. WO0D3T0XT. The hop at the Pembroke this Satur day will no doubt be attended by a very large orowd. The electric road will run a late oar, leaving the end of the road lor this city at 11:80 and connecting with the West Haven oar at Savin Rock, Among those who are at the hotel are: R. Whither and wife, San Francisoo, CaLj Mrs. D. M. Bossett, Lillian Bas- eett, Birmingham; 8. A. Bissell, Miss Kitty Carr, New Haven. Mrs. Caroline Johnson Is visiting Iriends in New Milford and expeots to be away a week. The Woodmont Ladies' Aid sooiety will bold an ice cream festival at the ohapel to-morrow evening. Ice cream and cake will be on sale. The Owanux Canoe club, who have oamped at the grove here for several Sears, will come this year the first week l August for two weeks. They will eu gage in several races as usual, having oamp ares and torchlight processions. E. P. Robbins of Waterbury is at the Bonsilene with his family. He is the Well-known evangelist, and will, if he is lufficiently supported, oonduot services While at the shore. Edward Lawrence of New Haven ha6 ope of the handsomest cottages at the bore and the most pleasantly located. He has been here with his family for tome time and expects to remain all summer. Mr. and Mrs. TTpBon of Waterbury en tertained their friends in a most de lightful manner at the Pembroke Satur day evening by giving a card party. The electric oars are now making Mgular (rips every half hour from each end of the line. The company now has both of its can running, and tey are filled en each trip. RACE QUESTION REVIVED oi Ttir.ns GorenxonM ricKicMZxr- IT VKSOVXCUD, Llrtly MM Minting at IHswell Avenue Cnn(TKaliuiial March Denum'liititry IlMolurlou Adopted Intermit of Mouth em Colore! People. An interesting niasn meeting of the colored renidoiitH uf New Haven, wn beld In the Suiuluy school room of the Dixwell avenue Congregational church last evening, for the purpose of taking some action relative to the tour In Eng land of Mist Ida B. Wells of Memphis, Teuu., who, It la alleged by the colored press of the United Slates, was driven drivon from her borne because she dared to publish In a Journal of which (he was the editor, certain articles denouncing In round terms the treatment of the colored race In the south. Reeontly, tho New York Age printed an artlele asking tho colored people throughout the United State to hold mass meetings on July Id, 1894, and, if they found It proper, to adopt resolutions in support of Miss Wells' trip abroad and, also, to assure her of the sympathy, support and oontldeuoe of her people lu the United States. The meeting last night was for this purpose. Of the 5,000 or 0,000 oolored rosidente In New Haven only about 100 woro present, but they were very spirited in their addresses and what tuny lacked In numbers was quite made up by the earnestness with which they considered the question. The Rev. J. H. Morgan of the Bethel M. E. church was ohoscn chairman, aud James W. Pugh of tho Emanuel Baptist church, secretary. The Rev. A. P. Miller read the following resolutions which in them solves thoroughly explained the cause of the meeting: Whereas the negroes of the so-called "land of the free and home of the brave" have been subjeoted to barbari ties aud Inhuman cruelties unexcelled by those of the "Bloody Age," and, whereas, the chief executives and law making part of the southern part of the nation have looked upon these cruelties with a smile of approval, and declared their inability to mitigate them by their power or influence, aud, whereas, the negroes have never enjoyed the rights guaranteed them under tho constitution of the United States. And, whereas, Miss Ida B. Wells, an immortal heroine of the race with spot less character, attempted to put these cruelties before the civilization of America (?) in a peaceful manner. And whereas, for so doing she was driven from her home in Memphis, Tenn., under the threats of mob vio lence; And whereas she has taken it upon herself to cross the mighty ocean to represent these outrages perpetrated upon her people before the greatest na tion under the canopy of heaven ; And whereas, the Memphis "Commer cial" has attempted to stigmatize her character and repudiate the facts as she has given them; And whereas, the pseudo-governors, esrlslators, southern press, secular and religious, have united to falsify the southern brutilitles as proclaimed by Miss Wells in England; And whereas, it is unsafe for the col ored people In the south to utter a word in defence from pulpit or press; Resolved, That we, the colored citi zens of New Havan, Conn., assembled in mass meeting this the 16th day of July,1894, do express our sympathy with Miss Wells and heartily endorse the bold and patrlotio stand taken by her !n putting the barbarous treatment the negro receives from the southern whites before the moral power of England. Resolved, That the vile accusation of the Memphis "Commercial" In coupling the names of Messrs. Fleming and Nightengale with Miss Ida B. Wells be stigmatized by this mass meeting as false and, in our opinion, intended to counterao t the righteous indignation she has stirred up in Great Britain against southern whites. Respectfully submitted, A. P. Miller, A.C Powell, J.H.Morgan. An American Sardine. From the New Orleans Picayune. The United States fish commission calls attention to the food value of the anohovy of the waters of the north west, which, it is predicted, will dis place the Sardinian sardine as a small fish canned In oil. It is said to far sur pass the sardine in flavor and richness. Russian flBhermen on Puget sound have already tried the experiment of putting these anchovies up with vine gar and spices, and have found a ready market for them. "I have known them," Mr. Swan says, "to be in such masses at Port Hadlock, at the head of Port Townsend bay, that they could be dipped up with a common water bucket, but as thet8 has been no de mand for them, the fishermen do not consider them of value and when haul ing their nets for smelt they generally let the anchovy escape." The anchovy of the sound is seldom more than six Inches long, and is much better adapt ed for canning than the Eastport (Me.) variety of "sardine," which is either young herring or the small fry of other Ash. A test of the flavors of the Pacific coast anchovy as a fish canned In oil was recently made, and experts pro nounced them delicious. They were put up In California olive oil. Trade is Coming Our Way. Low prices has a telling effect. FANCY ROLL BUTTER 25c. FINEST POTATOES 20O. PECK. R. W. Mills, 882 State. Don't forget auction sale of building lots this evening Davenport avonue. See advertisement. Fan and Pleasure To do business when people keep you hustling. We have the goods, and we have the prices, that command attention and draw crowds. IDA BUYS A 250. BBOOM. R. W. Mills, 882 State. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for PltcheiCgtrl , AO M.U IXU. ThaNtmmar Margurtit Mm Not and Will Nut I'articlpata In Nam A M.Miuligni Ezeuralon Kvery Ni(htThU Weak. Mr. Carter, manager of the steamer Margaret, wWi to ay to.the publlo that there has not beeu, nor will there be auy racing by tuu uteamer Margaret while lu pitMOUger commission between Belle dock and Pico park, as the owner, Mr. II, B. Plant aoe not npprove nud will not penult it. The stainer Marjtiirot has to-morrow the Westvllle Congregational church ud Sunday school; Wednesday, Ep worth League of Summerlleld M, E. church; July 26, Duughters of Rebekoh; July 25, Court 8tieet Synugogue cou gregutiou and Suuday school; August 7, Victoria Circle, Companions of the Forest. Pico park is fast Incoming one of the most popular of the shore resorts, as dully patronage demonstrates. Steamer Margaret makes a moonlight trip every night this week. The First Eicurnlou tn Buruloga. The first excursiou of the season to Saratoga, under the direction of Peck & Binhop, sturte d out from Union depot via Berkshire division yesterduy morn ing. There was one special through car and about thirty went from this city. The exoursioulsts will visit all the places of speoial attracttou in Saratoga and vicinity and they were expecting a very enjoyable trip. India Ink as a Barometer. From the St. Louis Globe-Democrat. "Besides the well-known uses to which India ink has been put by the civilized people of the world," said Professor Levi H. Hawkins, of New York, last night, "it is regarded by the Chinese as a most trustworthy barome ter. The way I happened to discover this fact was In this way. I had occa sion to step Into a Chinese laundry a few months ago, and saw on a table a saucer which was filled with a blackish fluid. Being of rather an inquisitive turn of mind, I asked the Celestial what it was. He explained to me In broken English that It was by the fluid in the dish that he foretold what the weather was to be , He. said it was In dia ink, diluted to a certain invariable consistency, and from his long custom of noting the action produced upon it by the atmospheric conditions, he was able to predict the weather with a good deal of accuracy. He said that dur ing periods of drouth the fluid dried up very rapidly, and the dish had to be filled two or three times a day, while if a rain-storm was approaching, and the air filled with moisture, the mixture would remain in the saucer for several days." The C.RHart Co. We are offering to-day some- Fancy Home Dressed Broiling and Roasting Chickens, Tender, Choice Ducklings Sweetbreads. CAULIFLOWERS. TELEPHONE PEAS. Also a Great Variety of Delicaoies. 350 and 352 STATE STEEET. Trunks anil Rags. FURS REPAIRED. BROOKS & CO., Chapel, cor. State st PFAFF & SON. RHODE ISLAND TURKETS An still eomlng veiy fine. We are Offering them Vary ow SpriegLub, SpriijUih, AsparsgM, Fiesh Wot, ' - ' Pass. New bnuch Beets. ' i .' Choice Florida and Beta famia mom rooms, Hnaanoai. T New Bar en, Tuesday, July 17, IWi. The weather to-day Likely to be fair. TELEITIONB No. 321. A REMINDER The bona fide, material re ductions in Lawns, Crepon Zephyrs and Organdies. I he arrival of Ladies Handkerchiefs, all linen hem stitched revered 1 2tf cents. Gentlemen s 25 centJNecR . . . 111. wear in silk ana wasnarjie material, i2 cents. " Tourist hieh crrade Bicycles reduced from $65.00 to $57,00 and $52.00. 1 wo dollars ($2.00) knock ed off the price of every Baby Carriage in the Basement. Lots of warm - weather wants at easy-to-reach prices in the Basement. Great flurry caused by the sale of 15 cent India Linons at 6i cents in the Linen Court. The purchase of " sample " Vests and Drawers for Ladies to sell at 19 and 38 cents worth fully double. Some worth triple. Ladies Fancy Duck Vests cut down in price y ana more. Ladies' reduced Serge Suits of the most attractive and salable patterns. Ihree cent summer read- incf. oeverai eooa swanows of Henderson's Wild Cherry Beverage, without charge, the best Summer' drink made. Easy, durable Hammocks with all the fixings, but with out too expensive an idea of themselves. Fans, Bathing " Suits. Thin Wrappers. Thin Coats all at thiafcost. Yale Boat Race Souvenir had for the asking. Here's a Corkscrew that diners from most 'Patent' corkscrews in that it gets out the cork every time easily and surely. ' Start screw in centre of cork, simply turn, t& 'Don't pull. The price is 45 cen8 ' 770 CHAPEL Street A STRIKE. We have struck oft 85 cents on eaoh dollar's worth of WEDDING GIFTS. Sterling Tea Spoons )t.00 per set. Now is the time to buy Diamonds at low prioes. The largest selection in the cltv can be found at SILVEBTHATTS. Jewelers and Diamond Experts, - 790 Chapel street Wedding Gifts a Specialty. cooooo TRUNKS. We ha ve a large assortment of flSmnlrn -wA UaM V And our prtoas are low. V ( )Tla Burgess Far J Eat Cs' f 1 ISUlBapelBtMe $25 FOR $15. Men's and Young Men's Single and Double Breasted Sack and Single Breasted Cut away FrockSuits that have sold up to this time for $25, we offer now for $15. These Suits are the finest that we have in our stock; C. E. LONGLEY & CO., 1 101, 103 and 105 Church Street, QQsQQQQQQOQO KEEPING POSTED 'Is the duty of every man and woman. If I lyou "keep posted" you will know that' "we want your trade and are willing tof anuuee inauoemenra to get it. xnis weeci e are offering some special bargains ln BTJMMBB NECESSITIES, Hammocks (full else) We. Lemonade fata TSe. Oil Stoves from 49o umrarda. A . ftS-bumer Puritan Stove, with ovea. 18.79:1 loarpet sweepers 81 .in, Crystal Water ' Bottles wo, urystal ringer Bowls 9a. Ibspbigebators AND ICE CHESTS.. Prioes on Furniture and Ganmni lni Una with the times, g A line of oheap Baby Garrhurea. nilt-1 able tor use at tie shore or in the ooun- .trj during the summer, at very low! 1 prices. Also a complete Uneof the hlgb-J " ergTcw a nwwiiiHuie jpnoes. Mm L Averill, Cempiete Home Outfitter, 755to763ChpelSt. . Closed '"ttird1 1Scmiv & PAIN fu ftjesmtioathat mxybo&y hm-wwn time. PAIN KILLER You Can't Afford To go without furniture at the price we are sell ing it. A few dollars will buy you a handsome suite for chamber or parlor. Ask to see our $20 Par lor Suite. . We Sell Everything Needed in the house Carpets and Ranges as well as Furniture, Try our 9v Straw Matting, sold everywhere at 15c. Cash or , And closed Friday after noons during July aid August , BROWN & DURHAM, Complete HOMsefurnishert, ft and 1 Piaay gtr , oomar Oeataa? haJTTremoved I Iflm.iaiiraiH evil J&rs Goods. OWE TETS0M Big Drive in W&te QUILTS a cases of the Brighton Mills Croohe ( Quilts the vary large, rail bafla are told subject to mill stain, ico will be sold at 6 So. each, too wlU be aold at 79a. each. A Oraod opportunity, for house keepers, oattagM and notel .keepers. Black WashGoods. We are offering: remarkable 'value in Bis ok Wash Lawtu, including a list of very choice lac eWtpea, etc. Are selling at acta! value. ladies Skirts. Closing out tor Inventory, Bett quality of Mack and whin striped Virto, at 50c- Choicest -styles ia-Chambray 5 tripe J" Skirts, at 69 Oreat redaction in Fast Black Sateen aad Surah Skirts, now down to $0, J1.25, 1.50 ap, to hem. stitched gftjeah at t.Q8 realvalut v Gingham Aprons Very best quality, full sire (2 yarjll to each apron) and mostly blaes, at IgCeach, Just Received'- Another lot of the very crc6 arid popular - Bveem Cloth hyidsoma figures ana stirpes, ocutng bj 12; 1 w. a yam, 2 i she. Hose. See the window display e the best iac. Half Hose made. They ere full regular made, ' yfnread, ' and th black are Hennedorf 1 beet dye. Colors are abeolateiy aet. l2jC.ip.ir. HOWE & Stetson. "MA'S MIND Is made up and she will order the neTf Furniture at once. It is lovely, and costs so little a third less than anywhere else in New Haven, because Ma went ev erywhere to get prices. We deliver 94 that Fnrultur tibia morning. Five fieocs OS good at lowest cost. Cash, w Easy, ferjlTkiii E J. KELLY & CO, f'' 1 , Grand Ave Qturoh St HRBL0GG&E , ' Cufa or Grdi BOOLE FCRMSaESS won. umt of ubok Beorea. ; Ch&iacter itJ CredHj. 5 .a-fUJHU- I