NETT HAVEN MOANING JOTJRNAli AND COURIER, FRIDAY, AtJGUST 3,'' 1894.
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asm; Qn Wkk, 15 cent 6101
Frlflsy, AuRUst 3, 1H04.
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ForTlP hrr Jom T. Sloan.
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thic Wntyinrloiin D. M. Welch ft Fon.
Pohool of Snslc 7Sl 'lmrl Hirwi.
P(wur!Hul I nr H:ile M. IS. Newton 00,
W&ntwl Situation litl (H-orge birceu
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MiTON. I. I'.. Aiur. 2. 1H. 8 p.m. J
ForecuM fur Friday l'or Massachusetts,
Rhode Island mi' I Connecticut: ltaln and
thiyidcr sinrtni: cooler, eouib winds, pocora.
local Weather Report
ron acoi-st S, lS9i.
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Atwt. tewpcrxture, 7'.i.
Mln. tompwat-.ire, 87.
Ircclp!ltloTi, .0 l!i-hca.
Ilex. Telocity of wina, 18-SB.
Kxccw ut leuipcruiuro aluco January 1,
Dfl clenay ef precipitation since January 1,
H. J. COX, Observer.
Note. A minus slirn t ) prefixed to ther
mometer readings indicates temperature bo
A "T" In connection with rainfall indicate
a trace of rainfall too email to measure.
Know Ir molted and resulting depth of
iratcr not known.
' Buy lot $100. It. E. Baldwin.
Kigli water to-day at 11:57 a. m. and
12.00 p. a.
Concreting and artificial stone, Con
necticut Concrete Co., 42 Church, room 4.
Jud0 6. O. Prentice has gone to Hal
ifax, for three or four weeks'
E. EL Jufla, the owner of Judd's res
taurant On State street, is in, town from
his home in Ohio.
The water in Lake Whitney is lower
than it has been for years on account of
the long spell of dry weather.
A big sale of trunks and traveling
bags at the Burgess Fur and Hat com
pany's. All the standard makes.
The Second Regiment band gave a
concert on AVooster square last evening
and it was enjoyed by a largo crowd.
Zion Lutheran church held their an-
Bua picnic at South End yesterday. A
most enjoyable timo was had by all
Rev. 3, W. Don, B. D., M. I). C, M.
P., F. M. C, of England accompanied
James Henderson of this city to Glas
W. W. Gibson of this city has been
promoted to a!aptaincy. He is agrad
nate of West Point, is in the ordnance
flepartateat and 4s stationed at the W'a
tertows iMTMBal near Boston.
Mr. tend . William Atwater of
!Kew Haven are boarding at Mrs,
Clark's, Cfeestnni street, Worcester,
Mass., preparing to taking a house. Mr.
Atwater is connected with the Wash
burn & Mwe Co.
, The suit WSlliam Cornish of Wesft--illo
agateitt Charles Bradley of Wood
bridge for tl.OOO has been settled.
JBmdliUf'ii dog attacked Cornish and
IaceraU Ills arms and lower limbs in a
terrible manner last March.
According to the potato reports there
$te not potatoes enough raised in this
Itate to supply the citic3 of Hartford
And New Haven. It now looks as
though prtoes would be very high
this winfcw unlaws other tate3 have a
Xhe-clerks and carriers of the post
offloo have raised a subscription for
Mrs. Ingham, whose husband, Freder-
iok D. Ingham, is awaiting trial on the
Charge of stealing from the mails. Post
master Beaoh headed the subscription
eymourpier, the tenor of this city,
Unites to friends here that he is greatly
ajoying his visitio fhe old world. He
has Tisiteflviany of the Dutch towns in
Holland and was, July 23, at Cassel v.s
tting his grandmother. Cassel is where
Ihe summer residence of -the royal fam
Members of the Connecticut State
Dental asseeifttion wishing to attend
the meeting of the American Dental as
sociation at Old Point Comfort August
7, as delegates, should send for their
certificates to the assistant secretary,
No. 82 Pratt street, Hartford. The
members of the American Dental asso
ciation in Connecticut are: Dr. E. S.
Gaylord of New Haven, Dr. L. C. Tay
' Jor, Dr. James MoManus and Dr. Henry
McManoE of Hartford. I
Inspected the Hanging Machine.
: Hartford, Aug. 2. Governor Morris,
end Lieutenant Governor Cady visited
the State prison to-day and Inspected
the new hanging machine. Governor
Morris uhesitatiagly approved the ma
chine aa humane, quick and certain in
ffi fatuous water (by elaborate retublng)
lVnw restored to sS Its form eathartio
itrengtb and high qteHcf nsl virtues.
PemolUbcr of the Hutldtac Datof Thri-
The contractors who are ensared In
demollBhJnc old North Middle dormitory
on the Yale campus are doing a thriving
business in souvenir! Just now. The
doors, window sills and even the bricks
are covered with carved Initials and
dates, some of which were cut as early
ns the first yenr the building; wus occu
pied. The oldest date found is 1K03 and
Is attached to the name "Darling." The
contractors ore In constant receipt of
letti'rs from all over the country In
quiring: about these souvenirs, and all
bricks, pieces of doors, windows, etc,
are bolnir shipped to the cxtremo port
of the United Stntm.
MJtVCZO HAILS TO WAtMIXGTOX
Grand Encampment of the Knlenti or
l'ytliltt nf tho World.
The biennial encampment of the Su
preme Lnduo and crand encampment of
the Knlshts of ntnias of tne worm
will be held at the National Capital
August C"th to September Bth.
For this occasion the Baltimore and
Ohio Uallroad company will sell round
trli) tickets at reduced rates from all
points on Its lines east of the Ohio river,
August 23rd to 28th Inclusive, valid
for return trip until September 6th; a
further extension of time to September
15th can he secured, provided the ticket
Is deposited with tho joint agent at
Washington, D. CH on or before Septem
The rate from Philadelphia will he
$4. Pittsburg S8, Cumberland $4.55, and
correspondingly low rates from all other
stations. au3 it
Men's russet shoes In every style and
Quality at greatly reduced prices.
au2 3t D. w. Cosgrove & Co.
Children's russet spring heel button,
5s to Ss, 50 cents. D.W.Cosgrove & Co.
Gentlemen, we have just received a
new lot, the razor toe patent leather
bais, all sizes and widths, now in stock.
tZ is the rrice. D. W. Cosgrove & Co.
Misses' and children's russet shoes at
20 cents a pair reduction this week.
D. W. Cosgrove & Co.
Ladies' russet ftucherette Oxfords $L
reduced from $1.50 this week.
D. W. Cosgrove & Co.
We are selling a men's fine sewed
shoe in lace or congress at SI.
D. W. Cosgrove & Co,
Have Tonr Piano Toned Now
And get the action regulated, all for the
same price, during the next two weeks.
Best tuners in the country. Don't neg
lect the opportunity. C. M. Looinis'
Sons, 833 Chapel street.
IJave YffUr Piano Repaired Now
While it is a little quiet and get twice
tho work for the same money. Come
and talk with its about it. C. M. Loomis'
Sons, 883 Chapel street. aul 3t
Wehavo noticed where It 19
hot, poods disappear very fast,
especially eo during a tire, and
wc have decided to "fire" all
eurplusstock and you can make
money by buying at once, as we
have several pieces of Kilvcr
ware suitable for Wedding
Gifts from which we "flred"
oue-half off the price.
Jewelers and Diamond Experts,
790 Chapel street..
Wedding tilfts a Specialty,
Trunks and Bags.
BROOKS & CO.,
Chanel, cor. State st.
PFAFF & SON.
RHODE ISLAlfb TURKEYS
.' Are still coming very fine.
We are Offering them Very Low.
Spring Lamb, Spring Lamb.
Asparsgns, Fresh Hint,
Peas, New bnnoh Beets,
Choice Florida and Hothouse Tomatoes,
7 and 9 Charcii st. 152 Portsea st.
WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN,
Solicitor of U.S. and Foreign Patents
Counsel in Patent Causes.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.,
70 Church Street, Booms 3 and 4.
(Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.)
.. 817 Main Street.
(Thursday, Friday and Saturday .V
Eight years' experience as Examiner in P. 8.
Patent Office. BeferOPCOl M-tfeW'SngUuiii
Hew Haven, Friday, Aug. 1, 1804.
The weather to-day-Likely
to be fair,
TELEPHONE No, SS,
Ilaff-JioVufay, Store closes at
You Never Saw
a sale sell like this sale sells.
At least, not in summer time.
The simple publication of
articles and prices docs the
lieu. China I'Inlea were Ji!. doteo
now each , 0
Vail Bracket were .81) each, DOW .10
KnKTaw'd Blown Tuml'lrn .09
Cup and Sourer dainty doe, .09
l-'ancy China Ciil"re Jf
'hum Beu for lunar and craan .17
Tea Heu, M pvx 8.49
J'aney fuapadorea .09 .
Kane l'latnt .01 .
Table lmp .49
Clothe Uiinpein, Jl.89, J.bO
Patent Towel (toiler .06
Ijirs h'w Pon .Hi
Koiict Flat IUck .15 ,
All Hrimlf Mine Uruohe .IK "
Fiiur-fint Pu-p Loddeni .39 .
l'rwrvp Kcul( poronlaln lined .IS
Mlticii. bouber and box of Slovene ,1ft "
Mojon'ii Jam. quarto, dozen ,45
Manon'0 Jam Rubber .05
1 tiallou btuue Pmienre Jari I .15
' 1 " " Ju .15
1 ' Molaiw-aJugt .15
1 " Bean oto .15
ltubW Oos Tubing a foof .03
Kefrieereton J. 87
Oil Stove and Kettle .49
Lawn Mbwen (.40
Fancy Rplash Mats .or.
Tooth Plekn, box of 500 ,03
Large Bottle Parlor Pride .00
A reduction of 25 on all
Quite A Pile
of Wash Goods Remnants as a re
sult of stock taking. Lawns, Breeze
Cloths, Priscilla Bercales, Ging
hams, Cambrics, etc. The edict is,
" Don't keep them around, make a
price that will hurry them off."
Price is made. Now make your
purchase. Good clean ends 2 to 6
What You Don't Want
is dear at any price. But men want
Outing Shirts. Frankly, we over
bought in. this line of goods. Con
sequently every one of the popular
Negligees that sold at $2,50 and
$3.00 each, go at straight $1,75 un
til sold. See the " cool as a cucum
ber" "light as a feather" window,
play no small part in a- com
fortable summer home.
There are emphatic after-in
you should become owner of
our cool catchv mattings.
24-1 State Street 243
Railway and Steamship Tickets.
Tickets to Europe $10 and upwards.
TICKETS to Chautauqua, from New York
and return, $10. Agents for Henry Gaze
& Sons, European and Amerloan Tourists.
StnamahlD and Kallwav Tickets to all oolnta.
Steamboat' tickets to New York. Staterooms
and berths secured In advance, . Bags-age
called lor ana cnecKea tnvouprn. Accident
Insurance. JUiLN MOKBK,
69 Center street.
Telephone call 407-4. ' jygitf
; Milk Wagons, Batcher Carts,
Buggies, Surreys, Concords, etc, etc.
1 ' In Btock and Mado to Order, -,
SIEDLEY BROS. & CO.
171 Brewery Street.';
VAULTS and CESSPOOLS
. NEATLY CLEANED BY '
' -. VAltNHAM. , , ',
Prices Low and Satisf action QuarsnteedV
Orders left at
BRADLEY D ANN'S. 406 State Street, "
L1NBLBY, BOOT & OO.'S, 83 Broadway,
Will receive prompt attention, t , O. Address
PVO.WH.- wvuvuvswwi . -j ,.., ... j
Sttovts, glnmhino, tc
A large assortment of
hard wood Eefrigerators
and other kinds, which
will he sold cheap to
Please call and ex
S. E. DIBBLE.
CUB STOCK 08
Body Brussels and
; Ingrain Carpets
J One ef THE BEST In the City.
Linoleum, Oilcloth, Matting,
Art squares, Kugs ana
A LARGE VARIETY.
All sizes, In soft and oard wood.
STAHL & HEGEL,
v, iu,'iz Church street.
Souvenir Paper Weights,
Selected Views of New Haven,
WELLS Sf GUNDE,
Watchmakers and Jewelers,
Full Line Sterling Silver and
Silver Plated Ware.
KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS.
No.788 Chapel Street.
faints, iis, gte.
To Make Your Home Beautiful and
READY FOR USE.
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
396-398 State Street,
Courier Building, New Haven, Conn.
THE FINEST LINE
AT LOWEST PRICES, ON EXHIBITION AT
The Broadway Wall Paper Store.
Come and examine onr goods and you will
be surprised at our prices for beautiful com
binations. E. R. JEFFCOTT. ,
PAINTING and DECORATING In all their
several branches done well and promptly.
Estimates given. E. B. JEFFCOTT.
56 1 Elm Street, corner of York.
COMMISSION i BUSINESS.
We otter our services i to the public to buy
and sell Horses, Carriages, Harness, eto.i on
Our experience and extensive acquaintance
enable us to buy and sell well. Business so
licited. Respectfully,, . 7.-:
W. Si E. f00TE,
430 State Street.
"IDEAL STONE "
rpHE best Artificial Stone in the market for.
jl. siaewaucs, ariveways, mill, suop and barn
uw.B, wuar uutiuou. curmng, coping, era.
All orders promptly executed and satisf sd-
A. D. FASSLOW, .
52 Lafayette street, , ' .
3al3tf (P.O. Box Ms) New Haven.
THEODORE KEILER, jiri
1)62 orange; 8TRETV?
And no wonder. Waal's tha use ofj
kwaatlng time and energy to do thecook-1
llns over a coal lire tula hot weather
.when anuu raove win ao tn. work lu.tl
In well and oot. w little. We have tuuin
'froin 4110 upward.
Br taking things may In a Hammock!
or iu a conuorwuie v entnua lu&ir.
Hammock. Wo and upwards.
Examine our stock of
Before making your purchase; they g
mako the coolest and neuutat floor!
covering for buoimor use w a yard 1
A oompleto lino of
IREFHIOElUTORS AND ICS CHESTS. (
Everything needed In your summer 1
lOur stock of Kitchen Ware Is complete
vvcu iu uie auiauui uuuuu
Oompleto Home Outfitter,
755 to 763 Chapel St.
Closed eveBlngi except Monday
Q YACHT CAPS, O
V Trunks, V
,V LOW PRICES. J
OlTie Burgess Fur I Hat Co.0
781 Chapel Street.
Pe S.(private stock)
Under this brand
vye have bottled for
years the highest grade
tZJ OLDEST Rye
in our possession.
770 Chapel St.
House Established 1841,
FOASTIM and '
THE EASY EUNNING
Excels All Others-Come In
V . and Try It.
Bold for cash or on easy terms. REPAIR.
,, , , , . . ING. EENT1NG.
Veru Bicycle and Rubber
.. j Store,
' V ': -iB8 Orange Street.
Store closed evenings exoept Saturday and
nvuunjF uiuiug uuijr miu auginu
: ; Connecticut Ducklings,
;y; ' ;.:itoastlng Spring Chickens, " 'M
1 Native Egg Plant,
fi-x:''i Sweet Potatoes,
Cora -and lama Beans for Suocotash,
' n6 choicest brands of "
Citron Melons. ''. 'h,
Jholce Market Goods
J V Pt every variety. ' ;;- i
Wwi:r-'. : :
350 and 353 STATE STREET.
' Street, fev
B & Sorth skto. 6 doors below Orance. X ?
D. E -WEIGH & SO J
,. OFFEIt '
(00 Fine Cutting Ripe Watermelons, 1
Your Cboloe SSo each.
Fine oooklng Sweet Potatoes 4 Oo pole
60 boxes briKht Lemons, 12o dozen.
The finest Klgin Creamery Butter
Only 25o lb.
Fine K. T. State Creamery 20o lb. .
fancy Full Cream Cheese 13o lb.
60 bobs ripe Yellow Bananas. 16 and
20o dozen, -' 1,
Finest Native Huokloberrlos, S qts 25o
For pleasant, healthful drink, 'try
Rex Lemonade, only 6o pokg.
Just received, 100 oases Moxle, the
most benoflolul of all summer drinks.
Now Is tne time to use Frank Par
sons' goods Sure Death to Waterbugs,
Good-bye to Bedbugs and Ants, Fatal
Food for Rate and Mice. Buffalo Death
for Carpet Bugs and Moths. The above
goods sold with a guarantee.
D. M. WELCH & SON,
28 and 80 Congress Avenue,
ITS Campbell Avenue, West Haven.
Fonoy large Georgia Melons, 20 to 80o.
Now Sweet Potatoes;
Native Tomatoes. '
Native Huckleberries, fresh dally,
California Bartlott Pears.
Try Boast Chicken, in cans,
AT THE OLD STAND,
E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State St.
A Great Reduction on High Prices
IN Poultry and Meat at E. Sohoeuberger &
Son's. Head the following reduced prices :
mnd steak onlv 10 to 14e lb. we kpII fmarerih
and sausage for lOo ; a good bargain rack
steak only 9c lb ; porterhouse steak 14 and SOo
lb ; loin steaks, very choice cuts, 14c to 18c.
25 per cent, reduction on our recent prices.
Bargains here for everyone. Come early,
Saturday mornings especially. Orders deliv
ered at short notice and strict attention to all
TTTOUTTS In profusion California Pears,
. 11.."., 11 ,1. 11.1.1 1. , . 1. 1 111 MO
Peaches, Staten Island Blackberries, Delaware
ana Niagara u rapes, Bugarloaf Fines, sweet
Melons. Now centrally located.
867 Chapel Street,
Exchange Building, .
Old stand of C. H. Hentz.
SOMETHING HEW I
Worthy of an Introduction.
Cnrtice Bros.'Boneless Hams
In cans containing one small pig ham, '
, . weighing 1 lbs each. i '
GILBERT & THOMPSON.
WASHBURN CROSBY Cfl.
The leading Bread Flour of the
J. D. DEWELL & CO,
239 State Street, New Haven.
973 State street, near Edwards.
The Best Quality of Tea and Coffee is
New customers express their delight with
the Quality of our goods and are glad to And a
tea store they can have confidence in. We
humbly Invite you to come and see.
Jyl2 V : t A. BBS-DEN.
A FRIEltfD IN NEED.
DB, SWEET'S ;
Prepared from 'the tecipe of Dr. Stephen
Sweet of Connecticut, the great Natural Bone
Better. Has been used for more than 50 years
and is the best known remedy for Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Cuts,
Wounds and all external injuries.
C. H. CONWAY Proprietor,
- SoW:AKent. V
t COMPRESSED AIR .
Carpet Gleaning Works.
AVIIXIAU T. KJTAPP CO
106 Court St., .New Haven, Ct.
. Work done at short nOaoe. v . mh28tf
Thebes tot Driveways, Cellar and Shop
We have just closed out an Import'
er's line of
We bought them at a verylo'
figure. Here they are.
LOT I. .
23-inch, splendid quality, -exv
cellent black and water-pjppi,
Never sold before at less Jian
LOT 2. 1
27-inch, superior quality, usuv,
5QC. a jard,
LOT 3. '
27-inch, very fine and t.fcrojgg
would be .a Summer at 75. .
27-inch, magnificent qnalit
never before sold at less tiutn
That these silks cannot b
duplicated at these prices and
that this istthe 'riianceT&f
season. , .
We have just received fejv
more vWhite, uck asolsisJsEh
III Potatoes 90c bosb.
, Boned Chicken 4Sc, ; .
White Label Soup 23c.
Ox Tongue 49c, Was 65c. ,
Bloater Mackerel 25o each.
They weigh 1 pounds.
382 STATE STBEET.
A moment about iomk
" of the House Furnish
tngs you must havi
" "shortly, f v : 'ht'i
If you wilj home and
select : fheni notf we
mil poyjptf (w.ffiffiM
Cash or easy payments
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