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NEW nAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1894.
and (fourlcv. """ Vkw'Tavex, cox x . (Tuum Moktms. 1.50! 0 Mosrrm, (.0 crura 0 Wik, 18 erst; Single Conga, 8 ctnts. Thiirlu, July ,8ltl llnwdwnv iVntnil IM. l-Mr. llitynM. i'lmu'.ii. ua-J.'tm lr. tViimr Street. Piiilv i IihI-MiiIIi'v. Nwlfjr & Co. Found-tils-IWilwny. , M,Hor IAI l lmri'U Hiri-ct. (iraii'l rhiiidnir KniMirliiin F.M.IIrownSOe. lliilr lli'miivil -P. . Ibtxinl. ii.-ln ririillul II' i liuri'li Htrert. Idfiuinl K.i'M-Ai liniKll. f irai iliiuif NVw -Uilhn & 'lli"iiion. Wiuiinl Mutation H.. This (Mire. Wnwul-Nurw Mm. Iliihb. Vniilil-hiiiiutlon M. . f-.. Thi OlSce. V iini.il-Mi.lii' I'. . Hx V'HiiliHt-Mniilloti-."l l.ilii'Mv ClrrH't. Wiinitnl-lt..mii-.M. K.. II" :lui, ulllnif ford. V itiittd-.Miin-P. o. Mux wt-ATiitu itr.toico. Aoinri' I.TfMAI. IWPABTJirHT. T OrrnT ok tiis Ciuttr I ' thk Wkatmkb lli'itr.AC. f )N. I.t' Jul) I. !., P.m. 1 Or Wamiisoton, TanctM for Tliuinlay-For Nrw Euirlaud tad etutorn Sew York; I'ltlr; muth wind. Ixirnl WrallH'r Iti-port. tun Jti.r 18, Isji. B A.M. P.M. Snromotpr 00.lt 80.10 Tl'llllHTMIlir '1 W ll. l. llumldlty W M Wind IHructlon RW HV Wind Velocity 5 Weather Fl.eiotvly rt.Cl-iudy Mean tcmpnnitiiro, 74. M:ix. teninerHturti, M. Mil. tfinpi'ruture. Wl. Pr'l.llltl"ll. .KtllCllM. Max. veliK'lty of wind, 13-SW. Exnwo of tom)emiure since January 1, 405 ilimwt. ytlliumoy or precipitation "inee jauimry i. i0.lv laches. H. J. COS.. Oluerver. Note A minus slim 1) iri'tlxi"d to ther mometer readings indicates Uitiipt-ratiiru lie low zero. A "T" In connection with rainfall Indicates a trace of rainfall too hiiiuII to measure. Hnow is melted and resulting depth of vater not known. LOCAL Mills. ISrlef Mention. Buy a good house It. E. Baldwin. High water to tiny ntlli.'lO n. m. and 11:85 p. ru. H. C. Smith of this city will leave to day for Newark, X. J. Concreting and artificial stone. Con necticut Concrete Co., 42 Church, room 4. The Connecticut association of the Judd family have postponed their next meeting until July, 1895. Baseball to-day Cuban Giants vs. Jsew Haven at Savin Rock, 3:4u p. m. Admission 25 cents. Ladies' free. The New Haven Veteran Foresters' association have decided to hold the field day exercises for this district at Lighthouse Point, August 15. The executive committee of the Vet eran Odd Fellows' association last even ing decided to hold the annual summer outing at Smith's Soulh Eud hotel, August 15. The Rovers' Bicycle club held a smok er at their club house on Elm street last evening. Early in the evening the club taok a run to Savin Rook and upon Ihelr return light refreshments were Served. Harmony division No. 5, Sons of Tem perance, will hold a sociable at their rooms in the Insurance building this evening Both Elm City and West Book divisions will be present at the festivities. The funeral of Mrs. Julia M. Trow bridge took place yesterday afternoon. Services were conducted in the hospital chapel by the Rev. F. A. Soolield. The interment was in the family lot in the Evergreen cemetery. The union picnic to be given to-moi-Irow at Pawson park by the New Haven Caledonian club and Clan McLeod, Order of Scottish Clans, will bring about a reunion of all the clans and Scottish clubs in the state. It is expected that the occasion will be one of the largest Scotch reunions ever held in the state. Hartford, Waterbury, Middletown and Bridgeport will be represented. Double Tracking Completed. The double tracking of theFairllarcn and Westville railroad from Univer sity place to the stables in Westviile, lias been completed. No Clue to New Britah'a Firebug. New Britain, July 18. Although a Close investigation has been made iu the effort to ascertain who the parties are set the several fires here, not the slight est clue has been obtained towards find ing out the guilty parties. The select men have offered a reward of 6300 for the arrest and conviction of the guilty Ones. Yacht "Fly Away" Being Overhauled. The sloop yacht Fly Away, recently purchased by G. H. Mallory, of this city, from New Rochello parties, is now in the dry dock receiving a thorough overhauling. Mr. Mallory stated last Wight that he would put his yaoht in commission in about two weeks, when be and a party of friends will take a cruise along the Connecticut coast. Excursion to Pawson Park. The Sunday school of the Grace M. E. church, corner of Portsea street and Howard avenue, will go on their annual excursion to Pawson Park this morning by the steamer Sunshine. There will be games and races during the day, which will be participated in by members of the Sunday school. A most enjoyable time is anticipated. The boat will leave Belle dock ao 9:30 o'clook and will re turn at about 7 o'clock. Cut by a Mowing Machine. I Frank Robbins, aged twenty-one, son Of George Robbins of West Haven, While cutting hay with a mowing ma chine on the West Haven meadows yes terday forenoon met with an aooident wrnioh will come near causing him the loss ot a foot. He had alighted from the machine and was looking for holes rfben the machine overtook him and lnflloted a serious cut above one of his ankles, severing the bono. Ho may lose the loot. .xomth ii Amx. July it. North Haven grange was out in lara number over fifty on Tues day evening to listen to Mini Annie Ooodyrar't Idea of "Vacation and How to 6pttiii Them," Mil Fannie Bron on furnished good pin no music and led the grunge In several aonga. Recita tion! by Miss Matilda Olo and Mum Bertha Barnard were alio an interest ing part of the program. Heveral North Haven people went to Lanfear' Cove for an outing on Mon day, other went to Morrli Cove on Tuenday and dined at the McCleve house, where they alwaya find a wel come and accommodation. One who ap preciate this write. i inert north buveu If you are tired of city noise. And peace and u,ulct lovo, J n.l pack a hamper with good tiling! And go to Morris Cove. The "trolley" ear will take you there lu halt an hour (or more); The liraelng ride Is worth dime, Tliu route l near the shore. If you would And plxuant room well kept go to MnC'lere', Where every one Is Klad to come, Aud sorry when be leave. Camping and plcole all oomlilned, t.Miuus tiieir rouirhiteinj. too,) And all conveniences you'll lind With which your work to do. Both north and south, nod east and west Are represented here. And one good hostess miiku ut t'J l)i ire lo cume next year. OMitorTnr.M. John Martin, son of Mr. Martin, who died recently at "Sand Hill cottage," was arrested yesterday for drunken ness and tried before Justice F. H. Stiles and sentenced to the Boys' indus trial school. Two Russian Jews digging potatoes in the field of Henry Smith at the Dea con Payne place on Monday were ar rested on suspicion of mealing a gold watch from the house. They were tried before Justice F. H. Stiles on Tuesday and bound over under 100 bonds. They wore taken to New Haven. It Is desired that all books shall be returned to the Bradley library before the first of August, as the library will be closed during that month. H. P. Smith's family are enjoying life thoroughly at Cosey Beach. llaseball To-day. Cuban Giants vs. New Haven at Savin Rock, 3:45 p. m. Admission 25 cents. Ladies' free. The Next Saratoga Trip. The next four days' trip to Saratoga will leave Monday monrng, July 23, at 9:40 a. in,, and it's none too early to visit this famous resort. The hotels are now wide open nud doing business, and our correspondents writes ns that this resort was never so lively as nt this time. The old house at "Pompeia," to which all of the Hygeia Recreation Tourist company's excursionists receive free ad mission, is visited daily by hundreds of people, and its mnny wonders are ad mired and commented on. This feature is but one of Saratoga's many attrac tions. The springs, parks, lakes.drives, etc., deserve the best attention of the tourist. The fare including transporta tion aud board is but $9. and therefore no one can afford to stay at home. Full particulars and tickets can be obtained at Peek & Bishop's, T02 Chapel street. Bailey Will Support His Wife. The case against Hiram A. Bailey for non-support, which was to come up for a hearing in the common pleas court yesterday, was postponed, the defend ant agreeing to pay 8G weekly for the support of his wife and children until the suit of Mrs. Bailey for absolute divoroe, which is now pending in the courts, was definitely settled. The trouble between Mr.' aud Mrs. Bailey has been an interesting one. One jury has already been dismissed in the case because it could not agree. Eleven of the jury were for the conviction of Bailey and the other one could not be brought around. Bailey was once pro prietor of the Kimberly avenue house. COMMERCE STREET TATING. Contract Awarded Yesterday to C. W. Blakeslee & Son. The committee on streets mot in the city hall yesterday afternoon and awarded to C, W. Blakeslee & Son the eontraot for paving Commerce street with granite dimension blocks. This job will cost the city about $1,200. Commissioner States stated that al though the appropriation was very low still there'was sufficient left to finish the job. The question of putting Whalley avenue in better condition and of bring ing it to the proper grade, after the Fair Haven aud Westville road had com pleted the laying of its new tracks, was referred to the street commissioner with power to confer with the railroad company, later in the afternoon a satisfactory arrangement was made be tween the board of public works and the railroad company, whereby Whal ley avenue, from Norton street to West ville will be put in fh'Btclass condition immediately. JOHN B. JUDS0N Is now located at the old stand of C. H. Rentz, 867 Chapel! St., and will be pleased to serve al customers Saturday morning. "IDEAL STONE." THE best Artificial Stone in the market for sidewalks, driveways, mill, shop and barn floors, cellar bottoms, ourbing. ooping, etc All orders promptly executed and satisfao- 52 Lafayette street, JalStf -' P.O. Box ?)Heir Haven, xxwMid rex wo.v4 r ja sb vm r, Eieellent Stleh Work keeured Anotbee Vic tory for tbe New Haven Team. Dttubury, July 18,-Tlut Kiwbury team, whose game have been o succes sion of vli'loiie to them, met their flrrt tlefeut this teuton here, to-liiy, at the hand of the New Haven club. The plnyliiR of the vitltor bus been uimp prooehed on tbe home ground till esou. The large crowd prcwiut, ubotit 3,500 pomoiu, showed their apprecia tion on a number of occasion, both team being well nppluudod. Mr. F. C. Soolllun umpired fulr aud utlfaotorlly. The following I the score: NkW IIAVKN, H.lH.e.O.A.E. noh'rty.SliO 14 4 1 McKcc.cr.l 000 Tlil.u.-ii.ll.-' 8 111 0 0 Ijiwhoii. c.O 0 K 0 Kl'ld,Sli3 S 2 4 0 Taylor, If.l t 1 0 0 lle.vher.rri 3 0 0 0 Lyons, KH..0 0 13 1 Slitllcu, p.Ji 118 0 Totals.. 1 12 a 22 S IMNIH'HY. ll.lll.P.O.A.E, niuk'ly.aiiO 12 2 0 Scully... I 2 12 1 Miimiy.lM 0 10 1 .Andrew..-" 14 2 1 ll..llr'ii,2IKI 14 10 Illtlll'r.rf.O 0 10 0 (irllllii, lh.O 0 7 0 1 Meller, c-r.O 0 2 0 0 M'U'a'b.p.O 0 0 4 1 Total..! I'S 11 New Haven 3 0 1 1 0 0 1 3 x- 0 Uaubuiy 1 00100000-2 Karncd runs Sew Haven 4. Two base lilt Flugerald, lleccber. Snllten. Scully. Three banc hit, Andrew. Stolen bane New Haven tl. Ilniiliurv 4. IIum on balls lly McDououkIi 7, bv Siiliri-n I. Struck out-by Snllfen 7. by IdcDonoiiKh 3. Hit with pllchcd ball Mc Donough 3, Snllteu 1. Wild plleliea Mnllten 1. McO.mough 2. I'uascd bulls I'hleaen 2, Andrews 2. Fitzgerald and Taylor declared out for being hit by butti'd balls. TUE Jl.4XAX-IHI.lOX SUOK CO Announce It Mhlnuuuner Itcriuctlon Sale, It is our Intention to have two reduc tion sale yearly, at which the many wearer of the Hunan shoes eon pro cure their favorite shoo at a substantial reduction from the regular price. W earers of the llanuu shoes know the regular prices of the shoe, so that the genuineness of our reduction sale can not be questioned; our reasons for the sales ore apporent to an observer. It induces purchasers to buy during the quiet season and helps us to make room l'or the next season's goods. The IIanax-Uji.lox Shoe Co., 80 Church street. We are offering a youth's russet bal, size 8 to l'S, for 98c a pair, reduced from $1.25. jylS 3t D. W. Cosgrove & Co. Parents come and see the boys' fine shoes, sizes 11 to 5, we are offering for 98c; they are well worth $1.50 a pair. D. W. Cosgr.ove & Co. Child's russet spring heel button. 50 and 75c a pair; good wearers. D. W. Cosgrove & Co, Child's patent tip spring heel button, sizes 8 to 11, 67c. D. W. Cosgrove & Co. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Trunks and Bags. FTJRS REPAIRED. Chanel, cor. State st. pfaff & SON. RHODE ISLAND TURKEYS Are still coming very flue. We are Offering them Very Low. Spring Lamb, Spring Lamb. Asparagus, Fresh Hint, Fees, New bunch Beets, Choice Florida and Hothouse Tomatoes, Mushrooms, Mushrooms. 7 am! 9 Church st. 152 Portsea st. A STRIKE. We have struck off , 85 cents on each dollar's worth ot WEDDINO GIFTS. Sterling Tea Spoons 4.00 per set. Now is the time to buy Diamonds at low prices. The largest selection in the city can be found at SIbVEIlTHAU'S, Jewelers and Diamond Experts, 760 Chapel street. Wedding Gifts a Specialty. 129 Barrels Potatoes. We shall sell the finest Potatoes In town all this week at ' ' m Feci, 75c MM. We are doing the business on State street. All are invited to call at - - R. W. MILLS, 882 STATE STREET New Haven, Thursday, July H. 1"W. The weather to-day Likely to be fair. TELEPHONE No. SO. First Short Dresses p for children receive first con siaeration. First rate ma terial, first rate fit and finish. One style with fine tucked yoke back and front, 50 cents. Same style with solid Hamburg yoke 59 cents. A wit euts styla with tucks and In . wirtlon, Uninbiirit rufllK or shonUore, m umiu. It will Iw u-tlnwt tobiuit for UiaH ouUide the big atom. Snowy white Lawn Waists for Ladies, in a stock full and complete as to sizes and styles, 98 cents to $3-93 Muslla Underwear Seotloo. ' ' There's a little squib in another part of this paper entitled " Walk or Ride" which ought to interest Fathers, Brothers, Sons, and Beaux who believe in prudent expendi tures. Sad Irons Heated on Oil Stoves make summer ironingf comfortable. " Will Oil Stoves cook food ? " Ours will. A summer stove is the house keeper's Com forter. Again ; allow us to in crease your summer health and pleasure by delivering (provided you have none) a Refrigerator, Ice Cream Freezer, Garden Hose, Garden Set, Lawn Mower, Croquet Set. The trade will call for so little cash ; that's the point. Basement From This Day on to the end of Ladies' Shirt Waists in percale and cam bric, 50 cents' will be the price instead of 75 and 98 cents which we read on the tickets to-day. ' t Judging from the quantity, we pre dict that their stay here will not exceed four days. A few racks full of dark CrJico Wrappers mostly reds and browns will be dispatched at Kq cents eacn. ineyve been 98 cents all along. Waists, Suits, Wrappers. ' We've no grudge against other summer ' drinks, but people who are becoming habituated to ' the use of Henderson's Wild Cherry Beverage, think it beats all rivals. No tax for a taste. Drug Counter. Simple Lamp or rather one that's simply constructed, is easiest to keep in order and so diffuses the best light. Have you seen the Luminary Display south center of new store ? Sim ple, sensible, useful, orna mental brilliancy;-' DENTISTRY. G. H. Gidney, 797 Chapel Street, North side, S doors below Orange. Dentistry in all its branches. Prices the lowest onsUtest with first-class work. a. OF THE Remington Bicycle ThouBn often remarked, is not often men tioned bv m The HAminrton has more im portant features more worthy of attention. in every way it is as good as It looks. Sold for cash or on easy terms. REPAIR ING. RENTING. . . Veru Bicycle and Rubber 158 O ranee Street. I Store closed evenings eioept Saturday and Monday during Julyiaod-Aogust, ... THEBEADTY $25 FOR 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. 0. E. LONGLEY & CO., 101, 103 and 105 Church Street, TSTETW HAVEN, OONMV OOOOOOOO g TRUNKS. 8 8 We have a large assortment of Trunks and Bags,y And our prices are low. OThe Burgess Fur X Hat Co. O 751 Chapel Street. OOOOOOOO Here's a Corkscrew that differs from most 'Patent' corkscrews in that it gets out the eork every time easily and surely. - . ' " Start screw in centre of cork, simply turn, tJ& Don't pull. s Theprice is 4 cenfa. .l v 770 CHAPEL Strefct 15. KEEPING POSTED 'In the dutv of everv man and woman. If I I you "keep posted you will know that J 'we want your traae ana. are wuuug wm make inducements to get it. This weekT Pwe are offering some special bargains Ins SUMMER NECESSITIES. , TTnintnnlai rfiill nixn) flfto. Lemonade! ISets 73o, Oil Stoves from 49c upwards. A ; 8-burner Puritan Stove, with oven,1.79; Caroet Swpecers $1.37. Crystal Water? Bottles 33o, Crystal finger Bowls 9o. Fbefbigebatobs and Ice chests. Prices on Furniture and Carpets inT ine with the timea. i A line of ohean Babv Carriages, sutt-1 fable for use at the. shore or in the coun-. ktry during the summer, at very low! prices. Alsoaoompleteuneoi tuenign- ' er graaes at reosonaDie pnuen. MsrickLlfei, f Complete Home Outfitter, 755 to 768 Chapel St Closed rreslam exewpt Monday aid Saturday.: OkOLVtMsVt REFRIGERATORS. rrtfTE standard Befriverator of to-dav is the I EDDY. Made strictly first-class In Pine thoroughly kiln dried, heavily painted, beau- tiruuy gnunea ana varnienea; xi tierior to any hardwood box made. Examine th hem at - 300 8TATH STREET. SILAS O-ALPIN. JJrfl Good. OWE TETS0N nursaa Bargain's, These Ridiculous Prices are for Thursdau Onln. - KaiKai Wash Silks. We offer our exUire line oi beautiful Kai KaJ Wash Silks worth 50c Thursday, Laces. About 506 yards Butter Pt. Venise Lace Insertion 10c and 12c. quality. Thursday, C. a yard. Suits. All of our $3.08 and 4-4S Duck Suits best quality duck, bound seams, perfect fitting, etc. Thursday, $2.98persuit Printed Dress Mulls. We offer our entire line 6i Mulls, printed ground with flowered designs, 30 inches wide, As a tremendous drive. F;r Thursday ,only gC. a yard. Cottons... 1 i.aL' oi good clean yard-wida Unbleached Cotton .. t ' C. a yard. Pequot Bleached . and half bleach Pillow case cottons, 1$ yards wide, at QIC '4 ij yards wide," at QIC. '4 HWE & STETSON. "POOR MAN'S PLASTER" Can't draw more power fully than our Summer Shrunk Prices for the handsomest and best Furniture and general House Furnishings, and the most kinds in the State. "' ,. Suppose you aek a few quest! orn 1,, 4. Trt. Uan's PlnafA" an ft our prices. ItUUUt a A WW JAW mwkw Cash or Easy Payments, P. J. KELLY & CO., , Grand Ave., Church St. H. F. BL0G6 & BR0., ' Cash or Credit HOME FDENI8HER8, 699 Chaptl Streat, Ktw lavsa, Cc:a. js . FULL UBS OF v - ;.; : Foldtne Beds. Parlor FomitaW Oarpetai Ollolotha, Beds, Baby Carriages, Hattreates, Pstlor and Cook Stoves. . Character is Credit - Store opb 7a.m.to5:S0p, m, Saturday la Monday analogs to 1 ' . K. G. RUSSELL, , Architect, - 852 Chapel Street ' ' ; ' 5 ' 'I