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NEWTIAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10. 1894.
'- ', founml and (fouvlcv. NEW HAVEN, CONN. Thru Mosthk, 1.50; Osm Month, 60 cists; One Wkk, IS obsw: Sinolb Copiiw. 3 rrxw. Friday. AMtftmt IP. 18. KF.W AltVKHWKMKS're KOW TO-DAV. Aiiirusi Hiln-niirni-w Kiir end Hut Co. ) n rii.ii- Miiii' V. Ni'i'i"-y'. Elv'i :r.in llHl.n-Ai KnififlKU. Ftii Wak W .nm-klntt"iiii Pr-litNoU0 feui Isaac W. Hiii.'i7l'r.'l"t Noll.'... Vr Sale- H iil;r- K Hill. For SWo--!' ' Hang'' ' .V , ,. ".J HrnUtltlfii-l.trlilf. This (me. F.ir t..nt-Km.i".'l I Intimo Sii-.u'i. (i,H., ' ...i.inif H.m...rmm-1'.M ItmwntCo. Grand incn Air IVsnvitl-Savlii Hock. Iji.lti ' WhIimh Chase Ar'n. lJ,M-.-,..k.T Spaniel- fliMiiml Mri. N.. Haven Tx-Tn.Hl..r;. A. rattle. Pm-kcllionk Cure M. Hnm.il Is Nms. Securities Kir Sale M. It. Nct"ii 4 W. Phlrt WutHtK hurl. Mi.iiimmi . WhIhi inekns-ll. M. -' .V Sun. Wanted-bliiistl.m 4! Chapel street. MK1THKK KKCOICI). AOiuRVi.TrHAi. Ur.vAnrx r.T, ) omr or thk Ciiikt I Or THK WtATHKIt lll'IIKAD, WismnuTON. T). C A.m. . Ihiu. H p.m. I Forecast for Friday-tor Maiwiicliusfttts, Rhode Island and Connecticut: Fair, cooler, northeaat winds. Local Weather Report. WOK AUGUST t, J8U. 8 f A.M. P.M. fcl.M 29.W W . 72 (17 6W N H l:t Clear Clear Barometer Temperature.... Bel. Humidity.. Wind Direction. Wind Velocity... Weather Mean temperature. 7. Max. temperature. 85. Mln. temperature. 7. Precipitation.. (Winches. Max. velocity of wind. lfl-NW. Excess of temperature nines January 1, 473 degrees. Iiencleney or preoipnuuon sim:c janumj , 12.83 Inches. H. J. COX, Observer. Note. A minus Btsrn t 1 prefixed tother- Someter readings indicates temperature be w zero. A "T" in connection with rainfall Indtoates e trace of rainfall too wmali to incisure, Snow Is melted and resulting depth of water nut known. LOCAL -VJSIfS. Brief Mention. Buy a lot $100. R. B. Baldwin. High water to-day at 8:31 a. m. and 6:53 p. m. W. H. Jones of New Haven In visiting friends in Mlddletowu. . Concreting and artificial stone. Con necticut C ouorete Co., 42 Cburch, room 4. William O'Brien of Portlaud, Conn., has sold bis pleasant home in New Ha ven, which he formerly occupied. Clarence Blakeslee and wife of 69S George street are spending the week at Sarin Rock at the cottage of Alderman Divight Blakeslee. Mrs. Roger DeBussy of this city, with her two children, is spending the sum mer with her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. H. Wales Lines of Meriden. The Middletown Herald yesterday laid: Mrs. Samuel Kirby, Miss Davis and Miss Bertha Brockway are spend ing the day at East Hampton lake. Immanuel Baptist church, New Ha ven, held a picuio at High Rock grove yesterday, and a number of their friends n Ausonia went up to spend the day with them. The Westfield 8llver Plate oompany of Thomp80iiville will, it is announced, reduce the wages of its employes from 5 to 10 per oeut., the new rates to take effect August 13. Hope Hose oompany of Nnrwnlk have received an invitation from the West Haven Hook an d Ladder company to attend a parade and picnic to be giv en by them on September U. Mr. and Mrs. John Woodford of vVinsted entertained a number of triends oil Thursday night. Among them were Mrs. D. P. Calhoun and Miss ' Flora Calhoun of this city. At the 1 and concert by the Second Regiment band on Trowbridge square on Wednesday evening Jack Lynehan gave a most enjoyable xylophone solo, which was loudly encored. Promptly with the incoming of Au gust the buds of the golden rod began to appear. They are as yet green and unopened, but they will soon turn yel low, and then the most prolific native flower will begin Its course of three months' blooming. The last, low aud Insignificant, will be still in bloom when frost comes, and only the hardiest chrysanthemums will outlast them. Arthur H. Averill of Danbury, a well known member of the Fairfield county bar, died yesterday morning. Mem bers from the bar in Bridgeport will at tend the funeral on Saturday at 2:30 p. m. Arthur H. Averill was born in Sal isbury, Conn., July 6, 1816. He was the eon of Hon. Roger Averill, at one time lieutenant governor of the state of Con necticut, and Maria White Averill. He graduated in 18(19 at Yale college, and in 1875 began the practice of law in con nection with bis father. Simon? yoiES. The Naval Brigade and the War Cruiser Atlanta. A special meeting of the naval brig ade was held last night, Lieutenant Ed ward V. Raynolds presiding. Lieuten ant Raynolds announced that the offi cial orders will be issued this morning in regard to the cruise next week. The members are ordered to report at the armory on Monday, August 13, at 7:30 a. m. and from the armory the com mand will proceed to Belle dock and board a tug which will transport them to t ehAtlanta, which will be stationed off the new lighthouse, there not being enough deep water, it is alleged, for her to come any nearer to the city. About sixty or seventy men will go on the cruise. Porter R. Clark of this city was elect ed a member of the brigade last night I A UP miAIHKX XOTKH. Governor Miirrlsend Nun Governor's Day -.Initial. I Ik1.i Ketlrs of Campaign on the It.Mtlrr. Uovernor Morris and itaff will go Into camp thl year .. Wednesday and will remain In camp for the balance of the week. Mm. Morrla and Mrs. E. E. Urnilley will accompany their husbands. Preparation have been made for the governor to hold a reception on Wed neailny evening, which will be confined to the olriceri of the brigade. On Thursday the governor and ataff will make an Inspection of the camp and In the evening the party will go to the Fort GrlKwold house at New London, where another reception will be held. The Koverm.r and staff and ladles will be conveyed to the Fort Orlswold house by boat, a special steamer having been provided to convey the party from the Mantle harbor. The party will return to camp the next day (Friday), which will be Governor's day. and the gover nor will review the brigade In the after noon, and In the evening he will give a public reception to the members of the militia and to nil the visitors who are In camp on that day. The governor will leave camp probably Saturday morn Iiib. Major George E. Albee, Inspector of arms on the staff of General Haven, will have In his tent at headutinrters some Interesting Indian relics of the Indian campaign In which he was en Baired some years ago. The relics he will take to Nlantlc are two head dresses, one of a Sioux chieftain and the other one that was worn by one of the Crow tribe. The first has two large ox horn3. around which Is woven a crown of crow's feathers, and from the back hniiRs a quantity of colored horse hair about three feet In length. The whole is ornamented with beads and other Indian embroidery, and when on a chief In his war paint must have made him look quite frightful to the Inexperi enced eye. The Crow headdress has two short upright horns on a crown of small crow's feathers, and while It does not appear as fierce as that of the Sioux It shows skillful workmanship on the part of the Indian who made It. The headdresses have been mounted on blocks by Charles Marvin, who will ac company Major Albee to camp. They were captured by Major Albee during one of the battles with the Indians, and he naturally prizes them very highly. EXCURSIONS YESTKKDAT. Large Throngs Went Forth to Enjoy Out lugs. About eight hundred members and friends of the employes of Peck Bros.' Aid association went on the steamer Continental to South Beach, Staten Isl and yesterday. The first anniversary of Banner lodge No. 1 and Fair Haven lodge No. 2, De gree of Honor, was celebrated last even ing by an excursion of these lodges to Pico park on the steamer Margaret A party of about 300 went on the excur sion. The annual excursion of the K. O. J. society and Momaguin lodge, A. O. U. W., was held yesterday, the societies going to Glen Island. They all report a fine time. About 200 New Haven people went to Block Island yesterday by steamer and from there to-day they go to witness the yacht races off Newport, returning to tght. O.V.A. M. Leeds Council of Stamford Celebrates In stituted by New Haveners. Leeds council, O. U. A. M., of Stam ford celebrated its tenth anniversary in fine style Wednesday night in the town hall building. It was Instituted by W. O. Staples, Frank E. Field and several others, who came down from New Haven for the purpose. The idea of having a council in Stamford was first thought of by Sidney Wyckoff, who had belonged to a council in New Jersey, i During Its ten years of existence it has grown to be one of the largest councils in the state, having at present over 200 members, about fifty of whom belong to the State Funeral Aid asso ciation, an insurance branch for mem bers of the U. A. M. in Connecticut. The uniform rank, known as the Loyal Legion of the XJ. A. M., and the branch of the order for ladles, known as the Daughters of Liberty, flourished about the years 1887, '88, '89 and '90, but, through lack of interest, dropped. The charter of the Loyal Legion has. how ever, never been relinquished, and It will undoubtedly be revived in the course of time. The council's degree work is per formed by a team composed of sixteen members, who have drilled themselves carefully for this purpose, and the lniatory work is carried out In a very effective manner, producing a lasting impression on the candidates. Twice have degree teams from Leeds' council participated in state competi tions, showing the degree work as per formed In its best form once In the Second Regiment armory, New Haven, before about a thousand members, and state and national officers of the order, and once in the armory in Norwalk. Onboth occasions the work was much admired by the spectators. During these ten years many members in distress and needing aid have been helped by the council. SARATOGA. This famous water (by elaborate retubing) is now restored to all lta former cathartic strength and high medicinal virtues. jy!3 eodlm frm 8p A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LIMMENT. Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut, the great Natural Bone Setter. 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, Sole Agent. A MAHUX1C IIOSW. Meeting so Consider the Put se of the Oneida Property. A meeetlng of the executive committee of the Masonlo Charity Foundation, with representative from the different Masonic lodges In the state, will be held at New Haven on September 27. The executive committee, of the Char Uy Foundation has reported favorably on the purchase of the Oneida prop, erty at Walllngford for a Masonic home and It U expected that action favorable to the purchnse will be token at the New Haven meeting. The property is located In the west of Walllngfm-d proper and contains elgty-elght acres. It overlooks Com munity Luke and the Meriden electric road runs by the place. Community hall, the building In the place, ha forty-two sleeping rooms and In addition there are four smaller buildings. The place last year yielded 3.200 bushels of apples, 1,800 bushels of quinces and l,0oo bushels of peas and the commit tee has decided unanimously that H Is the most available place for a home. The executive committee of the Charity Foundation and the delegates from the rtl frtnf l.trto'AH will vInU It on the da.v Of the New Haven meeting. The owners ask about 25.000 for the property. lit LIFE CJCUSaBD OUT. Hhoeklng Death or an Infant la Hartford Yesterday Morning. '"' Hartford, Aug. 0, Ao loe oari be long to the Drivers1 Ice oompany, ran over little eight-month-old Katie Mo bility this noon. The life was literally orushed out of the little body. Our fifteenth annual summer olearing sale will open Saturday, August 11th. If you want bargains In footwear wait for It au9 3t D. W. Cosgrove tt Co. Walt for our clearing sale Saturday, August 11th. Footwear at half price. D. W. Cosgrove & Co. No fooling ah-ut our clearing aaJa prices. Actually cut in two. D. W. Cosgrove A 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. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. PFAFF & SON. RHODE ISLAND TURKEYS Are still coming very fine. We are Offering them Very Low Spring Limb, Spring Limb. Asparagus, Fresh Mint, Peas, New bunch Beets, Choice Florida and Hothouse Tomatoes, Itnshrooms, Mushrooms. 7 and 9 Shurohst. 152 Partsea st Trunks and Bags. FURS REPAIRED. BROOKS & CO., Cliaxel, 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- thaus, the leaders of .low prices for Brstxslass goods. Tbey are now making a Dig run on Ster ling Silver B Its, at about the " ' dry goods stores' - prices, but ours contain ttve times more-" - silver. Are yon in the market for a diamond? If so, look ua over. 8ILVERTH AtJ'8, Jewelers and Diamond BxpertSa. . .. TW Chapel street , .-. Wedding Gifts a Speclaltyt MALLTMEEClK9' New RajranFrMay. Aug. 10. IM. The weather' to-day-Likely to be fair. "" " HalJ-holiday, Store (loses at noon Friday, The Finishing Sale is doing very effective work for us and you. We don't lose so very much and you gain the difference between Sirst-of-the-season and last-of-the-season prices. Nearly Three Months before the Parasol can be abandoned, and you pay only about half the price asked early in the season. Trade Table No. i. ' ; Plenty Of Books '., And good subjects. Paper covers don't signi fy. It's av mind meat of the type that one Craves for summer reading. 3 cents each. Some for 10 cents A Tasty Tie is the gentleman's boon com- . . 11 en r t panion. A table tun 01 1 les marked 25 cents, embodies value closer to 50 cents than any Neckwear we ever sold. If personal contact doesn t prove this assertion, don't buy. A Window Sale ! Isn't that something new?" you ask. Yes, we a that we never stop to tell about or com ment on. Ihis will be an August sensation in the shape of a Window Sale. Brand new Portieres to sell at $I.Q8-$2.o8-$r2Q-$3.Q8 -$4.98 only w$iile the win dow display of Portieres lasts. After that, prices ad vance fully one-third. Upholstery, Seocnd Floor, ' pi SpencesMatthews &Ca OIXS, P-AIKFTjSf. CHEMICALS. State Street 243 STEAM CARPET CLEANING. FACTORY, 128,430 and 138 Water Street. Conn. Steam Carpet Cleaning Co., P. O. Box 673. Orders by- mail will receive prompt attention. u. U.SVVA1H, v. w. liunjjmi, ap30tf "Perfect axd How to Attain it." A Wonderful New Medical Book.written for Men Only. ' One copy may be bad i res on application. ERIE MEDICAL CO. Niuuiu Bqtuaa. . . BUFFALO. N Y. PROF. SHOOK'S Aluminium Fibre Insoles OR : ' ' FOOT PROTECTORS. Magnetic andEIectric Produces a Constant Current of Elec tricity, Making the Feet Cool -and Painless. - Walking : Hade Comfortable. This device is worn as ah insole, being very light (weighing only one ounee per pair). It is also very thin and can be worn in any shoe. These Insoles will regulate the circulation of me mooa, ana are an aosoiute cure lor rneu matlc affections. Sent C. O. D. or by Mali on receipt of A 1 Bend size of shoes. ". . . TA SHOOK & SEAMAN, orric aud siuaaoOM, . '. 239 Broadway, cor; Park Place, US Otf .JiiMMHk. A Terrible fall iu prloea on Ice Ctt,! Large, Medium and Small, -All marked at eost to oloss thorn out. .LOOK IN OHR WlsrOWA CHANCE" UP a WH5T1ME. Never, before was auch a ebsnoe ottered to secure one of thene He ir Ikoiu tors or Cuosu at to low a price. NOTE THESE PRICES. ICE CHESTS At $3.37, ,37, $U7, 15.87, $J7, S7.87. REFRIGERATORS At $1.00, $5,119, MM, $7.W, $9.W, JU.V9, It Will Pay You to Invest-1 igate. Wett L Aw Complete Home Outfitter, 755 to 763 Chapel St Closed evenings eiopt Hoaday and Saturday. P. S.ffrlvste Stock) Rye Whiskey Under this brand we have bottled for years the highest grade finest and OLDEST Rye tglfljUTf I. m our possession. v J PURE, W UNCOLORED, N UNSWEETENED. m-1 770 Chapel St. HOUSK ESTABLlSHID 1841. 8OOOQO0O Q AUGUST g dsV Sales mean prices way Deiow value. Why not buy a FUR CAPE now. Our prices will interest you. ! The Burgess Fur X Hat Go. O , 151 Chapel Street. OOOOOOOO pASTIMrand lVLIIBBTGr. THE EASY RUNNING REMINGTON Excels All Others-Come In and Try It. , Sold for cash or on easy terms. iuSfAIR. ING. RENTING. Veru Bicycle and Rubber Store, 158 O ran are Street. Store closed evenings exoept Saturday and juonaay during juiy ana August. XXX Potatoes 83c Bushel. 22c Peck. i XXX Roll Butter i a; 23c. ! .., - .feweet Potatoes 85o peck. ' , ' W. MILLS, i . 382 STATE STREET. BEECHER and BENNETT, - Funeral Directors and Embalmers, No. 28S Elm St, Broadway Square, . OPEN DAT AND NIGHT. Telephone No. 576-3. Jy28 8m DENTISTRY. O. H. Gidne. 797 Chapel Street, North aMe, doors below Oraaisv '3 Dentistry u all braoehoa. Mom the lowest 1 1 TsTITT. J growtstotis, &c D..M. WELCH & M OFFER ' Fine Carload of Watermelons, Ripe and good Ud, only Wo each. 10 Mils fauey Jenny I4od Muiamal ons, 7 for 25c, 4o eiu li. 10 libit fancy Krenoh Muskmelons, red ineatod, 13 to Mo each. Fancy Delaware Sweet Potatoes, Flue Common Potatoes, Worlds of Klpe Tonmtoes, Cucumbers, Corn and Lima Hcaua. U lb can Boston linked Beans tOo. giiart bottle Fancy PlcklM 2o. Pint " . " " lo. Hulfp't" " " 0o. Large juicy Leraous 12o doien. This V.'eek Only Stinll we sell Butter at presout price. Fanor Creamery 25o lb. Good Table Butter 20 aud 22o. Muny other grand bargains. 1). M. WELCH & SON, 28 and 80 Congress Avenue, llranob t Ora'id Avenue, 175 Campbell Avcuue, West Haven. MELONS. FRRNCH melons, Canteloupxft. LlttloOems, Jenny Minis. Ntiio-t-ntus of aJ the Melons solil re worthless wo have the other tenth. Other fruits of course, a if real variety. Judson's New Fruit Store, 867 Chapel Street, Exchange Homing. Bargain Day To-Day. FINE BEEF Round steak 1012c. LoinK lUo, Portorhouse liii.jlHo, Rack 7(jtlc. Turkeys and Fowls 10c lb; Broilers, extra, Hlo. Hams aud Mioulders 'way below cosU To-day S00 Sparerlbs. lOo lb. Oouie etirly anil secure first bargains at E. BCHOENUKKGEU 4; SON S, 1, Z, 8 Central Market, Congress Avcuue. 'Telephone 420. ' WATERMELONS. Fauoy large Georgia Melons, 20 to 80o. Citron Melons. v New Sweet Potatoes; Native Tomatoes. Native Huckleberries, fresh dally. California Bartlett Pears. California Plums. Try Roast Chickrn, in cans, AT THE OLD STAND. E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State st. til 9mJ State slr.iet, near Edwards. The Best Quulity of Tea and Coffee is Uur specialty. Kew customers ezoress their dellirhtwith the fiindltv of our iroods and are triad to find a tea etore they ean have confidence In. We humbly invite you to come ana see. SOMETHING NEW Worthy of an Introduction. 11 In cons containing one small pig ham, weighing li lbs each. GILBERT & THOMPSON " SUPERLATIVE." The leading Bread Flour of the World. j.d..deel&co. Wholesale Agents, 239 State Street, New Haven. EVERYTHING To Make Your Home Beautiful and Life Happy. WHITE ENAMEL, BATH ENAMEL, VARNISH STAINS, GOLD PAINTS, READY FOR USE. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street, Courier Building. New Haven, Conn. THE FINEST LINE ; OF WALL PAPERS AT LOWEST PRICES,' ON EXHIBITION AT The Broadway Wall Paper Store. Come and cxamlno our goods and you will be surprised at our prices for beautiful com binations, u r E. R. JEFFCOTT. PAINTING and DECORATING In all their several branches done well and promptly. Estimates given. ; K. R. JEFFOOTT. 561 Elm Street, corner of York. WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-IiAW. Solicitor of U. S. and foreign Patents ; Counsel in Patent Causes. s-s i ' Onicni NEW HAVEN, CONN,; 70 Church Street, Booms 3 and 4. (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.) SPRINGFIELD, MASS., , . 317SiaIn Street. . . ' (Thursday, Friday and BatardayJ Eight years' experience as Examiner In U. S, Patent Offlce. References to New England patents nnuanea, - : HOWE TETS0N GREATEST BARGAIN Ever Offered. We have just closed out an Importers' line of White Orien tal Laces comprising a very choice line of patterns. The regular retail prices are from 15c. to 25c. We offer choice of lot at JQCavard. This price holds good until all are sold, which will not tx long. L3" Note Window Display. Silks. We have decided to close out our line of Figured Habutai Wash Silks all white grounds with neat, colored figures. For mer price, 59c. Until sold, 2QC. a yard. No such quality of Silks hai ever before been offered at this: price. Parasols. We shall offer some astonish - ing-values -in black and fancy Parasols for Friday and Satur day. We intend to close out oui entire stock. $1.25 Fancy Duck Parasols, 49c, $1 .00 24-uu Glorias, 79c. , 4.50 Fancies, $1.25. O Everything at ridiculous prices. Be sure and attend. Men's Drawers & t rase of Balbrip-p-an Draw ers all -sizes. An excellent quality, worth every penny of 39c. Friday and Saturday, at Hwe & Stetson, AUGUST'S GEASCE. By presenting this adven tisement we will MAKE, LAY and furnish LINING Free fcr any carpet purchased of us during August, at Aug list's reduced prloea. The finest stock of Carpets In the State, and extraordinarily liberal terms to good people. P. J.OLLY&CO, Grand Ave., Church St Connecticut Ducklings, Boasting Spring ChlokasU, Uatlve Egg Plantsy .43weet Jotftoea, , ' and IJma Bean for BtinnntaMh; " The Pleest tnranda of , QBonJIlllB, ' Choice Market Goods Corn of every variety, " 850 CAE PET tmd 959 ST ATI: STfiEKT. .1 ' " - " " I ' Z t r f, iH.it.lll "