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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COTTKIEB, THURSDAY. AUGUST 9, 1894.
Ujk. mT i .
Sjcrurual and Courier.
KEW HAYEX, COXX.
Tnaei Moxths, tl.60; Osi Month, 60
Ctxtn Os Wees, 15 ; 8raoi.
Con is, 8 enrr.
Thursday, August 0, IMP-.
NK WAP V EKTtekM KNTS FOB '1X-I)AV.
fctur Otlmrto J. nanKn-!'r.)t ntc Notlco.
Gtt Mrv K. Fenn-Probate Notice.
for 81 Proprtv 1U Bd-vowt Army.
in.ndSboi.pl Kir K!ni.oiiuni-K..M.UruWBCo.
ncn Air Festival At Sarin linok.
i.l..P 1' Vviim ir A I'll.
Nwrltloe Prlees Jlowf SmUod.
Wedrtlni Olfle-At llrurtlimis .
Tntl-Sch..l 1'iKi.hw-Iia IM. Fnlr liaron
Totd-matlon 7 Wnllw mrwU
Wanted biuiaflmi T Itnucu Strwt.
Wanted Stfimtloi' lliirtli.ilnitii WH.
Vanied Hon Drawer li. illy.
Wanted OlrlBL: Oicburd Street.
V EAXUHt ItECOKD.
AoniCTLTtTnAi. Pkpartmknt. "i
(irm k or tiik CiiiKr I
Or THE WEATIIKK lll'HFATT, f
Washington. D. C. Aim;. , im. 8 p.m. J
For scant for Tbursday-Kor Muiuachusetta.
Bhode Island and Connecticut: Increasing
cloudiness, but probably wlthuut rain; south
west winds.
Loral Weathur Keport.
FOB AUGUST 8, U9U
8
A.M.
SUM
71
IIS
sw
7
Clear
8
r.M.
SIMB
;;i
mi
ti
Pprlnkllnir
Barometer........
a'cmpprature
Itcl. Humidity....
Wind DinK'tlon...
Mind Velocity
Weather ....
Mean temperature. 73.
Jinx, temperature, M.
Mln. temperature. M.
Precipitation. T luehes.
Max. velocity of wind. 12-SW.
Excess of temperature slnoe January 1,
(ffi decrees.
Detlelency of precipitation since January 1,
12,16 inches.
H. J. COX, Observer.
Note. A minus slirn ) prefixed to thor
inometer readings indicates temperature be
low scro,
A "T" In connection with rainfall Indicates
(trace of rainfall too small to measure.
'Snow is melted and resulting deptb of
water not known.
Brief Mention.
Buy a lot $100. R. E. Baldwin,
Bich water to-day ut 5:33 a. m,
and
&S9 p. m.
Another of the hot days of the sum
mer of '91 yesterday.
You'll be surprised to see what $3 will
do at Royal shoe store.
Concreting and artificial stone. Con
necticut ConcreteCo., 42Cburch,room 4.
Hartford's Are commissioners have
voted to buy two Clapp & Jones fire
engines.
Miss Lucy Pierpont of this city has
been at the parsonage in West Cornwall
the past week.
Charles Dudley Warner will attend
the William Cullen Bryant centennial at
Cummington, Mass., August 16.
The next annual convention of the
grand lodge, Order of Harugari, will be
held in this city in August, 1895.
A. J. Terrell and family of this city,
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Terrell of Meadow street, Wiusted.
Robert C. Morris of New London has
been confirmed as United States mar
shal for the district of Connecticut.
W. W. Mertz of Torrington has gone
on a voyage to Newport News, sailing
In the new vessel, Lucinda Sutton, from
this city.
Mrs. C. H. Mann and two daughters,
of New Haven, are visiting at Mr. and
Mrs. P. N. Smith's, Bayview avenue,
Norwalk.
The Misses Whitney of this city, who
have been stopping at Tamarack Lodge,
Norfolk, Conn., for the past week, have
returned to New Haven,
Colonel William H. Bartlett, for
twenty years town clerk here, died yes
terday, aged seventy-nine years. He
had Leen ill but a few days.
Mrs and Miss Beecher and Miss Smith.
Of this city are guests of Mr. D. B. Ran
flall, in Morris. Miss Fuller of this oity
It also visiting In the town.
Banner and Fair Haven lodges of the
Degree of Honor will celebrate their
first anniversary together at Pico Park
to-day. Boat leaves Belle dook at 9:45
ft. in. and 1:30 p. m.
The funeral of William Boyle, aged
eventy years, who was killed by the
oars in Plantsville Tuesday, will bo held
at St. Thomas' church, Southingion,
this morning. Mr. Boyle was a re
spected old resident of the town.
Mrs. Tothaui, wife of James II. Toth
ani, of Peck Brothers & Co.'s manufac
tory, is summering at the hotel at Ban
tam lake in the town of Morris. Mr.
Totham spends a part of eaeh summer
there. The location is a cool and de
lightful one and the fishing is good.
The Willimantio prohibit.onists have
looted the following delegates to the
prohibition state convention to be held
In New Haven, August 22: Colonel Mar
win Knowlton, Allen B. Lincoln, J. A.
Iiewis, Rev. O. W. Soott, Joel Fox, W.
D. Pember, A. Conant, L. Crane, B.
Truscott, B. E. Larkin, Delos Conant.
Mrs. Franois Thompson and daughter
f Winsted are in New Haven visiting.
A pleasant company are summering
With Thomas H. Fulton at his cottage
In Woodmont. Among the number at
the present time are Mrs. Thomas H.
Fulton, Thomas H. Fulton, jr. and son
Howard of this oity, and Mr. and Mrs.
Douglass, Mrs. Busenbury and Miss
Martha Dusenbury of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Yesterday's WinBtedHerald says: Mr.
Md Mrs. W. H. Moseley have gone to
New London to-day where they will go
Aboard tho elegant pleasure yacht
Sapphire for a few days' oruise to the
eastward, as guests of Mr, A. L. Bar
tour, its owner, who is a cousin of Mrs.
Jloseley. Mr. Barbour is well-known
M the head of the Barbour Asphalt
company, wbioh owns valuable asphalt
deposit In the West todies,
Among tha Fa. Hon,
Tarsi's energetlo work was mainly I
sponsible for Weinberg's victory at
Saratoga Tuesday. Taral rodo two win
ner!.
Bun Lomond has) been the most eon
Intent performer at Brighton Beach.
Lord Harry tried to savage Figaro
In the fifth race at Saratoga, Tuesday,
The Howards thought that Martin was
trying to pull Lord Harry Into Figaro
and fouled him out of the race. They
were satisfied that they hud blun
dered.
The Long Islnnd Pony Racing associ
ation of Nw York city has Just been
Incorporated with the secretary of
state, to InvmttlKate, ascertain and
keep a record of the pedigrees of horses
and to pulillKh a book of reitletry of
horses In the United States and Canada,
and of promoting and holding exhibi
tions of horsi. The directors are:
Frank D. Beard of Brooklyn, Ti. A. Os
borne. Arthur White, Francis M. Ware.
Krnest C. LaMontalgno of New York
city, James It. Wood of Garden City,
and Churles T. Rowe of Union. N. J.
The new syndicate which will organize
the Louisville Jockey club has taken
the first steps In that direction. Chur
chill Downs was leased for a term of
fifteen years. Plans were decided upon
for the lo'UC spring meeting. From t-0,-000
will be put up by the new company
for purses and stakes. The Derby dis
tance will be reduced to a mile and a
quarter, the long distance before having
kept crack colts out of it for fear of
ending their racing career. The Clark
stakes will be shortened from a mile
and a quarter to a mile and an eighth,
possibly to a mile. Steps have also
been taken for the opening of a for
eign book here.
Our fifteenth annual summer clearing
sale will open Saturday, August 11th.
If you want bargains In footwear wait
for it.
au9 3t D. W. Cosgrove & Co.
Walt for our clearing sale Saturday,
August 11th. Footwear at half price.
D. W. Cosgrove & Co.
No fooling about our clearing sale
prices. Actually cut In two.
D. W. Cosgrove & Co.
Remember our clearing sale opens
August 11th with one hundred cases
of new, fresh goods bought at one-half
the cost to make.
D. W. Cosgrove & Co.
All our J3 shoes are being sold for
$2.50 during our reduction sale, which
lasts but two weeks.
The Hanan-Dillon Shoe Co.,
au 7-9-11 B. J. Dlllon.prop.
Hanan Shoes at a Reduction
The Hanan-Dillon Shoe Co. are offer
ing these celebrated shoes for men and
boys and substantial reductions during
their clearing sale, which lasts but two
weeks. B. J. Dillon, Prop.
86 Church street.
SpeixeEMatfliercs LCa
OJX.S,
PATKTjSr.
CHEMICALS.
24 State Street 243
NEW HAYEN.CT.
PFAFF & SON.
RHODE ISLAND TURKEYS
Are still coming very fine.
We are Offering them Very Low.
Spring Limb, Spring Lamb.
Asparagus, Fresh Mint,
Peas, New bmaeh Beets,
Choice Florida and Hothouse Tomatoes,
Unshrooma, Mushrooms.
7 ud 9 Chartist 152 Portsta st.
T I in
iniiiKS ana Bags.
FURS REPAIRED.
BROOKS k CO.,
Chapel, cor. State st.
TIRED
Are you tired of paying big prices
for Wedding Gifts, when you
only want to spend one
or more dollars for a small
token? If so, call on Silver
tbaus, the leaders of low prices
for first-claes goods. They are
now making a Dig run on Ster
ling Silver Belts, at about the
dry goods -stores' prioes, but
ours contain five times more
silver. Are yon in the market
for a diamond 1 If so, look us
over.
BJLVEKTUAU'a,
Jewelers and Diamond Ea
790 Chapel street.
Wedding aw Specialty,
New Haven, Thursday, Aug. t, Uti,
The weather to-day-Likely
to be fair,
TELEPHONE No. 831.
Hints of Autumn
in the air. H ints of bargains
in the store. Money-making
hints for you. The Finish
ixg Sale is working wonders.,
$1 .78 Shirt Waists for W cents
l. W "
. 60 "
M 14 III
Women would never hesi
tate to pay 98 cents for'
Wrappers which the Finish
ing Sale has made 75 cents
each . 4 A choice of fine
French cambric and figured
Lawn Wrappers at $1.50
each.
A better opportunity never
existed for the purchase of
Men's Negligee Shirts. Re
duced from $2.50 and $$00
to $1.75 each.
Bleached Crash 3 cents a
yard. Linen Huck Towels
i2 cents each.
Fai
ae
ends of 8111c and Woolens and Wash
Goods with prices high enough to pay for
the paper and string they're wrapped In.
Stockinzs. Underwear. Flannel. Ham
mocks, Lap Robes and Horse Sheets whipped
within the bounds of FnHsawa Siki rates.
Capital value in Ladies' Gowns with round'
yoke and ruffled embroidery for 76 cents.
Capital value in Ladies' Drawers with
Tucks and Hamburg cuffies for 89 cents.
The Winter Sateen
The "Winter Sateen" is a
Henrietta finished fabric, thick
and fine appearing. It is for
Waists, Dresses and especialy
well adapted for Underskirts and
Outside Skirts. Price 2$ cents a
yard. --artttt.
Daylight Square,
The Practice
of comparison, so far as we
can judge, accounts for the
number of new people join
ing the ranks of our old Fur
niture buyers. Inventory
incisions in prices are pro
ducing a marked quickening
of trade just now. ;
Furniture, second and third floors . -
Want Curtains ?
SO cents takes: the , place of 40 cents a yard
on 50-ioch French Muslins . . 40 teats tates
the place of 60 cents a yard on China Silks
31 inches wide.
' A lot of Curtains In 1 and 2 pair lots at
half price.
We've, taken Autumn by
the forelock and have pur
chased a new Jot of Notting
ham Curtains to be sold at
very low prices during Au
gust. Upholstery, Second Floor. .
Mo.
FOISTING and
iVLIIBIU'Gr.
THE EASY RUNNING
REMINGTON
Excels All Others-Come
and Try It.
In
Bold for cash or on easy terms. HEPAIR.
ING. RENTING.
Veru Bicycle and Rubber
Store, -
158 O ranee Street.
Store cloBed evenings except Saturday and
juonaay uuriog i my sua August.
XXX Potatoes
83c Bushel,
22c Peck.
: XXX Ron Butter i
23c I
:
Sweet Potatoes 36o peck. ;.
R. W.MILLS,
383 STATE STREET.
BEECHER and BENNETT,
Funeral Directors and
Embalmers,
No. 280 Elm SLBroadwiy Square.
:..lfr
V
MARKED
THEM
DOWN.
That's what weVe done with
several lots of Men's and
Young Men's Fancy Cheviot
and Cassimere Suits that
4
were
$15, $18 and $20.
THEY ARE DW
$10.00.
C. E. L0N6LEy;& CO,
101, 103 and 105 Church Street,
J?. S;PrtTta
Rye Whiskey
Under this brand
we have -bottled for
years the highest grade
finest and ; '
OLDEST Rye-
in our possession.
PURE,
UNCOLORED,
UNSWEETENED.
7;4 Jhapel-'St
House Estabusmbo iSa.
OOOOwOOO
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()
o
o
1 H a
Trunin
LOW PRICES.
Oti
IfiatCoX
cocccooo
A.D.FAN8LOW. ' . F. J. TAtliOfi.
A. D. FANSLOW & CO; ff;
. , Manufacturers of
"IDEAL STONE.1
fTlBB best Artlnolal Btone In the markstfOr
1 sidewalks. dnTewaya. mill, shop and barn
Hoors, cellar bottoms, curbing, ooplnj
- Ail oraers proamoj annm-wi
; r Qffloe 164 gtnte 8trt. .A,
fit"
I Terrible Fall
In prioes on
lLaxge, Medium and Small.
An marked at cost to olose them out.
IXOOK'tH OCR WINDOW A CHANCE
-. : kic a mjix nrx'iaui.
'Never before was such a chance
' pflerod to secure one of these Ke
. frlgerstors or Chests at so low a
price,
NOTE THESE PRICES.
i ICE CHESTS
Sii.pt JSl, VJS7, 14.3T, 15.87, $6.37, $7.37,
t ' I A . -."t BEFRIGERATOB8
jlt$4.M,t.W, $S.W, $7.98, $9.99. $12.99.
. f . v..-': A i
it Will Pay You to Invest-1
(gate. .
& CMnutsBoBMOoifitter,
765 to 763 Chapel St
-Olusd stsslars srtespt Monday
:a.c -v.'S-4 Saturday. .
DKNTISTRT.
O. H.O!dne7
( 797 Chapel
?&JP" StTMt,
.r.:i-. . ",. I'-.--.' . . ...... .. M.
tWMl'V won iv unHga.
t -
' , lissUiMaBf issj JtaakfuaSB '
'piinr WVaaHM(sjjM
lieli'irr;ilK
1 large assortment: of
hard wood Refrigerators
and other kinds, which
will he sold cheap to
redncestocL
Please call and ex
amine.
639
Grand Avenue
S. E. TIBBLE.
REFRIGERATORS.
THKntandard ltefrlitenitor or to-day Is the
EDDY. Made striutly tlnit-claw) In Pino
thoroughly kiln dried, unavuy pinntou, ueau
tifully grained and varnialied. They are su
perior to ttny hardwood box made.
r.ianune tnein ai
860 STATE STREET.
SILAS G-ALPIN.
WE HAVE
A FEW
Standard Lighting Company's New
Process
GASOLENE STOVES,
Which we shall sell at
10 per cent. Discount
CP. MERRIMAN,
154 Elm Street.
OPEN EVENINGS.
Wo have opened a full line of Jewett's cele
brated hard wood Rofrigerators, thoroughly
charcoal filled, and the best refrigerators sold
in the city.
G
AT COST.
We have but few of them lef ' : when these
are gone there will be no more of them offer
ed, as we are going out of this branch of the
business. We advise all who are in want to
Inspect them before purohaslng elsewhere.
That New Range
We hare said so muoh about proves to" tie
the favorite. All who hare tried It say it Is
the wonder of the age and does all we adver
tise It to do. .. .: ; j
GAS FIXTURES
in great varieties and prices 'way down. Toe
largest assortment to be found in the oity, .
Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty.
THE ARNOLD GO.
, COOKING
BY H2AT
FROM GAS !
Invaluable for oomfort, convenience and eoon-
" omy in Summer.
' Food more perfectly cooked than by direct
heat from ooaL
RanorM with or without water heaters, hot
plates, ovens, sad-iron heaters, etc., etc., sold,
Bel up ttlivi wurnuitvu uy uiu
New Haven Gas Light Co.,
No. 80 CROWN STREET.
PROF. SHOOK'S .
.lomiiiiii fibre Insoles
t OB
FOOT PROTECTORS.
Magnetic and Electric
Produces a Constant Current of Elec
tricity, Making the Feet Cool
and Painless. Walking
Blade Comfortable.
This derloe is worn as an Insole, being very
light (weighing only one ounce per pair). It
.s also very uud ana can oe worn in any &uuvr
rheaa Insoles will remilate the circulation of
the blood, and are an absolute cure for rheu
matic airscuous.
Sent C. O. D. or by Mall on receipt of 41
Send size of shoes. PX
SHOOK & SEAMAN,
OrrlCE ANI) SALESROOM,
239 Broadway, cor. Park Place,
au8 6tt " ' '. . NEW YORK.
uoiinie ana si
DUMP CARTS,
Milk WagonsrButcher Carts,
Buggies, Surreys, Concords, etc, eto.
; HARNESS,
In Stock, and Made to Order.
SMEDLET BROS. & GO,
171 Brewery Street.
VAULTS and CESSPOOLS
NEATLY CLEANED BT
FABXBAX.
Prices loir and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
; Orders left at
BRADLEY ft DANN'S, iM State Street,
BOB'T. VEITCH SON'S, 974 Chapel Street, '
LINSLEY, ROOT ft CO.'S, 88 Broadway.
Will receive prompt attention. P. O. Address
Box 855. Telephane 435-12. '
COMPRESSED AIR .
Carpet Cleaning Works.
WIIXIAJC . KNAPP CO.,
Proprietors, 1 "'"
106 Court 8t. New-Havn, Ct.
ink
5rs Go'o&s.
OWE
TETS0M
!5acrificei
)
r rices-
Zots
Ladies9
S'irt Waists.
Prices to Close.
r nrr i
WW I 7
A lot of Waists reduced from
39c, 50c., 75c. and 98c,
COT 2.
Reduced from 69c, 75c. J 98c
Tlptofi.6o,
gQC. for choice.
LOTS.
Reduced from 98c, $1.25,
$1.48 up to $1.98,
yCjC for hjair.
wOT 4.
Sown from $1.25 $1.48,
' Ji.69, $1.98, $2.48,
QgC. for-choice,
Wise Women
Are buying from that beairti&l
line of French Challies at
39c
A Busy Throng
At the Silk Department. Great
August attractions
Blaek 'India Silks
Usual Frice,
50C.,
69c,
, . - 75c.i
$1.00,
Special KejA
S9c
, 5O0..
1 59c,
75c
23-in.
27-in.
28-in.
Checked Taffetas.
A very choice' assortment oi
these $1.00 goods aelliftg at
Printed '
Wash Silfa
- All light grouarlgj Jjrjst.xrt8ty
; verft S9c., now . v,
HWE & 'r
Stetson.
'S
CHANCE.
..By presenting- this adYetu
tisement we will . '
MAKE, ' "
LAY and furnish
LINING Free
for any carpet purchased of
' us during August, at A.u$
Ust's reduced prices
The finest stock of Carpets in ; "71
the State, and extraordinarily ' -liberal
terms to good people.
P. J, KELLY & CO.,
Grand Ave., Church St.
-Cannectiout Ducklingtj
Boasting Spring Chiokena,
w , Native Ess; Plants.
, . w
7 Sweet Potatoesj. .
."Ut
Com ansWJsaa Beans for Sacootaaii
' - The choicest brands of .
Citron Melons, ; 1
, Choice Market Goods
5 - oX-every variety, ,
5
mrJ
.1
-Br
AUGUST
CARPET
350 to(U5.SUIE STBEET;

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