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NEW IIAVEN MORNING JOUKNAL AND COIRIKR. MONDAY. A.IOUST,2P. 1894.
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HMD temperature MnT temoerilture. '.TO. Mln.toniieraluri. i7. Precipitation. .ulnc-hes. Max. velocity or wimi. 1&-S. Kxcc louiiieja.ure, mce Jap'iary , 4B0 cieirreec. . , IMiciency of precipitation since January 1, 13.45 laches. H. J. COX, Observer. Note. A minus sln 11 prefixed to ther mometer rcadloii- Indicates temperature he low zero A "T" In eonneetlon with rainfall Indlcatos a trace of rainfall tuo small to inc-anure. Snow Is melted and resulting depth of water not known. LOCAL ' "!. Brier Mention. Buy a lot-JlOO. R. E. Baldwin. High water to-day at 12:37 a. m. and 1:14 p. m. Concrete walk laid and repaired, Conn. Concrete Co., 49 Church. Mrs. James Northrop of Edward street is spending two weeks at Plym outh, Conn. C. H. Bird's family, from New Haven, are boarding at Franz Kirchberger's in Bethlehem, Conn. Ex-Governor P. C. Lounsbury and family are enjoying their annual outing In the Adirondacks. Miss J. A. Bid well, teacher in Room 11, Eaton school, is spending the sum mer in Westminster, Vt. Mrs. Charles Wiugett of Cottage itreet, who has been ill for two weeks ith dysentery, is recovering slowly. Mrs. Fred Klein of 48 Bishop street, alio has been sick for four weeks with malarial lever, is still oonflned to her bed. Mis Elizabeth Cooper, Miss M. E. Law and Miss A. B. Law of New Haven, arrived at the Stevens house, Norfolk, Conn., Friday. The lluv. T. Dolan of this city will be at St. John's R. C. church in Stamford th'S evening to hear the confessions of the Italians of the parish. A sailboat off Pleasure Beaoh, Bridge port, yesterday afternoou was upset in a squall and Miss Jennie Barber had a narrow escape from drowning. Thomas Hart, aged twenty-five, an Itinerant printer was killed by the owl Irain express at New Loudon yesterday. He belonged in Edinburg, Scotland. Dr. Williams, recently pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church, occu pied the pulpit at two services at, the church yesterday. Many friends greeted him. The little son of Dr. Pendleton, the dentist, of BiBhop street, who is with his mother at Westerly, Long Island, lias been siek with cholera morbus, and was very ill on Saturday. The R. M. Bassett Hook and Ladder company of Derby has accepted the in vitation of the West Haven Hook and Ladder company to attend the picnic and parade at Savin Rock, September 11. The Adelphi Literary association, having made suoh a success of their xcursion to Glen Island, July 17, will give another on Thursday, August 23, to Glen Island. There will be musio and dancing. The Winsted Herald says: "Dr. G. J. toeckel has kindly consented to pre llde at the organ in the Congregational oburch during the absence of Miss gawin, the regular organist of the ohuroh, who is away on a six weeks' vacation. Mr. Frederick E. Wackel, conduotor n the Whitney avenue road, was pre vented by his wife Saturday evening with a bouncing baby boy, and now his friends will understand what made him so happy yesterday. The mother and ohild are doing nicely. By the birth of the youngster ex-Officer Joseph Stewart becomes a grandfather. PFAFF & SON. Rhode Island Turkeys Are still coming very fine. We Are Offering Them Very Low. Spring Lamb, Spring Lamb. Asparagus, Fresh Mint, Peas, New bunch Beets, (Jhoice Florida and Hothouse Tomatoes Mushrooms, Mushrooms. v 7 and 9 Church st 152 Portsea st faih udrtK. DrriKntl News of Intcareat to Variety. A marrlKe ceremony occurred) at 117 Poplar street Wertnr day afternoon, the contracting parties being James Wood tiil'lite and Miss Augusta Stow. The bride was prettily attired In white allk trimmed with while lace, and she car ried a large bouquet of pinks, and white roser. The house was decorated with ferns, palms, potted plants and cut flowers. The weddlnawaa private, only the Immediate frlentfTof the bride belnf Invited, on account of the recent Illness of Mr. Storer. the bride's father. The couple were the recipients of many use ful and handicome presents. They will reside at 40 Shelter street, where a home ha been newly fitted for their recep tion. C. E. Hart addressed the W. C. T. U. meeting yesterday. Rev. John O. Davenport of Waterbury preached at the Grand avenue Congre gational church yesterday morning. There was no evening: service. Louis J. Uamherg supplied the pulpit of the Orand avenue .Baptist church yesterday. Cuptaln Beebe and the boys of the Ninth company. Boys' brigade, of the Grand avenue Baptist church, conduct ed the services at the Y. M. C. A. yester day afternoon. Miss Nena Waters of New Canaan Is visiting friends In Fair Haven. The crabs are now quite plentiful In the Qulnnlplac river. Saturday Edward Munsell of Exchange street captured three dozen lan;e ones. A favorite spot is up above the railroad bridge near what Is known as "the Island." Three or four years ago quite a popular place was Just off from Baldwin's lumber dock, near what was then Hanscom's shipyard. The HtTte bluefish are plentiful, but have not yet attained much size. Frank Adams and his sister, Miss Mary, of L'tlea, N. Y., are visiting Mrs. John Hill of Wolcott street. This week the tide will be right to go fire lighting for eels, and many parties are planning to enjoy the sport. Saturday evening a spirited game of basket ball took place In the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium. The game has become so popular that the boys advocate setting aside two evenings of every week dur ing the winter for playing. It Is puite probable that this will be the arrange ment, and if so it will be sure to In crease the membership of the Y. M.C. A. In the Wallingford races Thursday and Friday three Fair Haven horses will compete. Frank Johnson has en tered his horse In the 2:50 class. John W. Hill and family have re turned from an outing In North Guil ford. Mr. Hill Is the janitor of the Woolsey school, and will begin this week the preparations for opening the building lor the fall term. Will Preston of Clinton avenue left on Saturday for a vacation trip to Peekskill, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. James Carl of Wolcott street have for their guest Miss Minnie Freeman of Portland, Me. Thomas Rohan has contracted wl'.h Richard Lowe for a new frame house on Ferry street, near Grand avenue, to cost about $5,000. R. G. Shepard and son have bought of Richard Lowe the frame house re cently built on Blatchley avenue, near Wolcott street. The pric was about $8,0U0. PROHIBITION COSTESTIOX. Which Comes Off at Warner Hall This Week Wednesday. The followlpg circular has been Is sued by the prohibition party's state committee: The Connecticut prohibitionists have arranged a . very interesting and at tractive program for their convention at Warner hall, New Haven, next Wed nesday, August 22. Tuesday evening, the 21st, they are to have a grand mass meeting in Warner hall, with rousing campaign songs by Mr. and Mrs. Beverldge, the Nebraska singers, and several addresses, among the speakers who have been announced are Mrs. Mary Clement Leavltt, the round-the- world missionary of the W. C. T. U. the Hon. Henry B. Metcalf, and Jarnes A. Williams, esq., of Rhode Island, and L. G. Jordan, the brilliant young colored orator of Philadelphia. Follow ing the mass meeting Tuesday evening, there will be an important confer to which all delegates are Invited, Wednesday morning at 10:30, the con vention proper begins. Features of the morning session o. ' will be services in recognition of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the organi zation of the prohibition party, vi honors to the veteran pioneers. Me morial services for the Hon. I. C. Lewis Hon. George P. Rogers, Hon. Hiram Camp, and other valued friends of the cause who have died since the last con vention; also special recognition of the junior and collegiate organizations of the party. At the afternoon session, the platform will be adopted, and state ticket nominated. "Special reduced rates are secured on all the railroads of the state for this convention, and a large attendance expected." Is New Britain delegates to the conven tion are: F. G. Piatt, J. B. Smith William J. Rawlings, H. C. Chaptn G. B. Cowles, S. N. Chapln, Mrs, Wll Ham R. Stone, F. J. Dlston, L. G. She! don, D. O. Rogers, C. E. Steele, John J. Sloan, jr., George J. Holmes, C. H. Bird, E. B. Abbe, Rev. E. G. Hjerpe. Mr. and Mrs. Beverldge, who sang in Fair Haven In May for the temper ance people, will be at Warner hall to-morrow night. Henry B. Metcalf and James A. Williams of Rhode Island, Rev. L. G. Gordon of Philadel phla and Mrs. Leavltt, the world mis sionary of the W. C. T. TJ., are expected to make addresses. The meeting will be a preliminary rally to the prohlbl tlon state convention, which occurs In the same plaoe Wednesday. At Wooster Green. Temperance Toller William H. Spear conducted an open air religious service at the Columbus monument in Wooster green at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, at which , one nunarea persons were present. Mr. , Spear delivered an elo quent address, taking for his topic the Of IQCAHSiTKHM. financial NotM-New Clrt lluitM-Dlvlctonda Traiwfcr hooka. Tn New Haven Hearing bou re port the eUtarlugs and tmlatiue for the week wilding Augm 1". m- Alt' gum ill, 1113. lMt year at till time the oountry was iu the mldl of a paulo and the ulwiirlrtfrs were much lemwned, to Hint comparisons nix' much smaller dcenmiw for tliU yeur tliau wheu compared with the esrllei part of the year. K04. Palsiicw. Isw. Auk. M. Aug, 14.. Auir. 16 . Auir. !.. Ann, IT.. Auk. IS.. .JIW.tST IS , . It" IM ft' . Sir.'JtU M ,. 1IMJOI l ,. imi,,w :x fcn.M'J S4 4.-..2II7 IS 4:.i iii an.wi i t.m o t l.4T 70 IIM 4tO 4 ill. !43 07 $1,1115.7 6 M fT7.B3 00 l,!89.t) SO DeerteelirlnKH wee of m 34.91T M IblaucM of week of Wfl tejUla leerene balance week of ISM l.uu S7 Theclearlnit-a fur theeurrwpondlnir week of UK l,2M.e.7e 67 Dividends payable to-day aret Erie Telephone and Telegraph com pany, 1 per cent. Delaware and Bound Brook railroad, 2 per cent. To-morrow the transfer books of the American Coal company close for a iMimi-annual dividend of 8 1-2 per cent., payable September 1st. Ou Wednesday next the transfer books of the Hecker, Jones, Jewell company close for the usual quarterly dividend of 2 per oent., payable September 1. On Thursday next the Chicago, Bur lington and Quiuoy railroad books close for the usual quarterly dividend of 1 1-4 per oent., payable September 15th. Ou Friday the transfer books of the National Lead company olose for a divi dend of 1 8-4 per cent, ou the preferred stock, payable September 15tu. The Illinois Central railroad pay a dividend of 2 1-2 per oent. September 1st. Vhen Baby waa dole, we gave bo Cactorta, .Vaen aba was a Child, she cried for Oaitori. kVhaa she became) Mlaa, she clung to Cutorta. When she had Children, the gare them Castorla POLITICAL. Notice. The republicans of North Haven will meet In Memorial hall (court room) Thursday evening, August 23, at 8 clock to choose delegates to the sever- conventlons, also elect a chairman of the town committee. Per order Town Committee. Absolutelv'vPure- A cream of tartar bakintr powder. Hisrhest of all in leavening strength. Latest United States Governra- nt Food Report, Hoyal Baking rowder CO., 1W Wall St., H. Y Trunks and Bags. FURS REPAIRED. BROOKS & CO., Chanel, cor. State st. POWDER Are you tired of paylti? big prices for Wedding Oif tr, -when; you only want to , spend one or more dollars for a small token? If so, call n, Silver- . ' thaus, the leaders of loir prices for first-class goods. ' They are now making a Dig run on Ster. ling Silver B Its. at about the dry goods stores' prices, but ours contain five- nines more silver. Are you 1b the market for a diamond f . If so, look us over. ' . ., SIXVERTAArS.--Jewelers and Uiamon4 Ixperta, 790 Chapel street. , Wedding Gifts a Specialty. ,-j..''.9,;.".' r' c-.s. V. Ii.. y .i-.c,v 1 . -v! New Have. Monday, Aug. N. IMH ' 774 weather to-day Likely to bt fair TELEPHONE No. m. ABOUT DRESS GOODS Women can count on find ing here whatever is fit for Fall. The Big Store re mains the same safe season able guiding star in the mat ter of what to purchase and when. Betoare of various pop-gun schemes concocted merely for the sake of selling. With us, your personal satis faction receives first consid eration. Selling, second. STILL ANOTHER WINDOW This time Flannel Blank ets. They make a nice show. They make fast friends at the counter. Comparison of material and money do that. Real reductions. We never stand on a drop of $2.00 when that's the thing to do. Fannel Sectloa NEVER A BETTER TIME to buv Cotons. 16 inch oianuaru Brown Sheeting at 4 cents a yard. The same in ' extra fine quality at 41, cents a yard. 36 inch Cohassett Brown Sheeting at 6 cents a yard. A very fine 36 inch Brown Sheeting (best made) at 6 cents a yard. You'll search the market in rain ror a better 86 Inch Bleached Cotton at 6 cents a yard. 8ti Inch Fruit of the loom at 6i cents a yard. 50 dozen 45 x 36 Pillow Cases at 6 cents each. 50 dozen 81 x 90 Sheets at 45 cents each. Linen Court. DOES THE CHAIR I need recovering ? Would vou like to make a handsome pillow tor nttie cosi r w e bought 200 Agents' samples, Silk brocatelle, size 24 x 25 inches. Not injured a parti cle by handling. Take your pick for 85 cents each. Know what it would, cost you to seat or back your chair or cover your pillow if you had to buy these handsome iaD rics by the yard ? J ust about double. Upholstery, Second floori' The "Window Sale" of Portieres closes Tutsciay night. Two days left. There's a Lace Curtain Window run ning on the same principle. Curtains to cost one-third more after they leave the window. FOR HOUSEKEEPERS Wash Boilers $ .1 Dish Pans .15 Fine Parlor Brooms .15 Folding Lap Boards .79 Solid Zinc wash Boards .15 Croquet Sets , -6B iu in. Telescope nags .i 12 in. Travelling Bags .47 Canvas Covered Trunks 1,49 Fly Traps .08 Asbestos Mats .06 Japanese Tea Pots, all sizes 1 -10 Decorated China B. & M. Dishes .09 Fancy Decorated Fruit Plates . .07 Fancy Decorated Cups and Saucers .15 China Coffee Cups and Saucers, a set, .59 See the $12.00 Baby Car riages reduced to $5.97. See the prettiest Lamp ever made for 97 cents. Basement, DEDUCED SHOES . ...IV Misses' Tan Boots, lace or button at 98. cents . a pairy formerly $1.25. . Children's Tan Boots, lace or Button, 79 cents a pair, formerly $1-25 All kinds of Ladies' Ox ford Ties put down to .ex .remely low prices. Room nust be made for the royal ine of Fall and Winter Shoes already coming in. s ' ' :0ING TO SWIMB i out Hammocks (alt that ; are left) quickly as we cafu 1 1 Mexican and woven Ham. mocks. Price wan at TS 0 seats and $l.8S b.ao-fti.7-t.v-f.ia. But prices now are well, we will sell you a Hammock before you leave the store, depend upon it. They take up precious little room and don' get out of fashion. Why not have one on hand for another season. FUonel eecuoa. A GOOD SPRINKLING of Ladies' Suits still graces the racks. Blue and black serges. Tan and gray Cov ert Cloths. Two principal points make these Suits sell. First: the ease with which Ladies find a fit. Second : the smooth, firm finish of the Suits. Did you ever ? We came near forgetting the climax skimpy, cost. mta, Bull Wrappers, MaliyNeee(2- OOOOOOOO AUGUST Sales mean prices 'way below v value. Why not buy a FUR , OCAPB now. Our prices will J Interest you. O The Burgess Fur g Hat Co. 8 TBI Chapel Street. OOOOOOO Don't Pay Money for Water! A Solid Extract of Beef Is more Econom ical than a liquid, because concentrated, and housekeepers will find It much cheapet to BUY ' : Liebig COMPANY'S Extract of Beef, A sollct. concentrated extract, free from fat and irelatlne or any foreign sub stance, and dissolve It themselves. The genuine has ' this signature on If -,- f. the lar. fN BLUE ; BlBtrlbutlng airenta for Conn.: Talcott, Friable ft Co., Hartford. au8 S&W lm How to Attal. It." 1 . A Wonderful New - Medical Book.wrltteo tor Men Only. One copr may to bad (tee on application. ERIE MEDICAL CO. Nuoau Social, BUFFALO, N. Y. Security Insurance Co. OF NEW HAVEN. OFFICE 37 CENTEH STREET.: Cash Assets July 1, 1894, SS80.OI9S.40. DIRECTORS : Chas. S. Cornelius Plerpont, A. C. Wilcox, Joel A. Sperry, S. E. Merwln, Inhn W Alllnir jas. d; Dewel H. Mason, E. Q. Stoddard, wm. M, Tyler, if AttwatAr Humes. CHAS. 8. LKETE, H. .MASON, President Secretary. J. D. DEWEIX, H. C. FULLER, vice rresioent, abbx. seoreuu-y. Jal eod CALIFORNIA. Who Stint ancl nxmtll; eondncud Western Points. EXCURSIONS,. Via Chicago, Union Paotflo, and Northwestern Line. HOMTCST ROUTS . tOWCST MATES. Far hlodnome lllu.tr.lni toldlr uid detailed Inform. lion ddnn.r-ii- SBEAREK, Manager, 181 Clara St., Chicago, or JOSEPH BI0O8, A-t. Manager, Oreat Central Bouta Szearatoaa, -N Waahlagtoa St., Boitoa. llaao. WILLiAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTOENET-AT-LAW. Sotioitor of 0. S. and Foreign Patents Counsslln Patent Causes. : ..Ve-' i', . OWlOiBt NEW HAVKN, C-NN., - 70 Church Street, Booms S and 4. (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.) SPRINGFIELD, MASS., ' " ' SIT Main Street. (Thursday, Friday and Saturday.) Bight years' experience as Examiner In U.S. Patent Office. References to New England patents tvumignea. , Railway and Steamship Tickets. -f OWKST rates to all points. , j Staterooms and bertha secured In ad- BasifaaVoalled for and ohecked to deetl- satiun.. . ,. , - - ... Vrooldent Insnranee. ., , Aa-enoy-or Henry OszeJt Bon's toon. -"' . ' -t ' JOHN MORSE, ,. Center street, Benadlot Bulldlnr. A"PerfecP Jmk Manhood PUTTING IN HER OAR." When It ootnet to the needi of the biiiiaeliull. the la'v of the houao "uuta in labor" anil runs i ne vnyae to suit herself. We want her 10 know we are svlllnv Iteftigeraton and lee Cbeste At Cost To oloso them out. We still have a very floe stock of Mattings, Which we are selllns' at 9o a yard ana upwanis. largest and best (took of Children's Carriages Ever shown In this elty. Our Crockery Department .Has been remodeled and ooiitalns ev ry- LitilniF ntwArA fnr tho coin oil to fllinUn. 'ing of your IMuIng Boom and Kltouen I rrelerlCa L. Avenll, Complete Home Outfitter, 755 to 763 Chapel St Closed eveolngt exoopt Hoaday and Saturday. BREAKFAST HiSOTiT (English.) Plain, 'crisp and delicious. In one and two pound boxes. imm spash, an imported preparation for making lemonade. In good-sized bottles, 4S cts requires no cooking.1 It can be made ready for the table in ten minutes. Per box, ' - - - - 10 cts. 770 Chapel Street. DENTISTBI O. H Gidney. 797 hay el Street,' North aide, S doors below Orange. Dentiatrv In all it branches Prices the lowest eonaiitent with flrat-clai- wtk BARGAINS NOW! Store closed evenings exoept Saturday and Monday during July and August. REPAIRING--RENTING-' leru Bicycle end Rubber Store, IS8 Orange Street. ! 80c Bushel ; iFine Potatoes.! Bartlett Pears $1.00 basket. . Best Flour J USSbbl this week Broom Sale 19c, was 25c. Di .me, see us. B. W MLLS, 3S2 STATE STREET. BEECHER and BENNETT Funeral tMrectors and Embolmers, No. 280 Elm St., OPBNX1AT AHD NIGHT. Telephone No. 87B4 , ; - Jy8ni H. F. BLQGG & BR0. Cash or Credit HOME FURMSHERS, 699 Chapel strep), Hew Haven, Conn, ? FULL LINE OF Folding Beds, Parlor Fnrnlture,CarpetB Oilcloths, Beds, Baby uarriages, Mattresses,- Parlor end . J-Cook Stoves. - Store open 7 a.m. to d-JB p. m- Batorday swanineato .,,., r w OWE TETS0M iO-Day Hosiery Sale i We shall offer for just 10 dayt our leading grades of Men's, Women's and Children's Hose at greatly reduced prices In fact, qualities and prices are such as to make this our greatest salt of Hosiery. Remember, all new, fresh goods. Men. 150 dozen full regular-made, two-thread Half Hose, in fast black and colors. Big value, at . . IQC. per pair. One lot of fine Navy Blue Hall Hose, warranted perfectly fast color. An unequalled bargain, at 20CaPa5r' Ladies' FuJI, regular-made, fast black Hose better than we have evei offered before at the price, 22-per pair' We offer the finest Black Hose that have ever been sold at one fourth" o? a dollar. Of our owq importation and "Hermsdorf" Fast Black, 25' PerPa", -.-8argains in ladies' extra sizt Hose. Children's Ribbed Hose in. Fast Blacl and' Tana, sizes 6 to trade-bringer at ! 10 a p1" Full regular made, sizes 6 to 122 a Fast Black i-i Rib, double knee, heel and toe. A great bargain .at 23,apait These are only a few of th leading reductions. We request yew- inspection and guarante satisfaction. HWE& Stetson. IN THE STATE I 15 cents a yard Saved if bought this month, As we MaKe, liay ana iuiuibu jjiuiug FREE! But you mustv bring this adve tisement. f ' ' Very liberal terms to good people. P. J. KELLY & CO Grand Ave., ChuronBt Stores closed Friday at noon, nday, Tuesday, yveanesuay and Thursday at 8:30 p. m. Open Saturday mgnc .Fop Midsummer Use : Fre V Tilled Westbjfoolt . Plore-V ;U-4Prneb. Lamb Ohbps, Ca-ves,'tilTers and Sweetbreads, Egg Plant, Native and Kalamazoo Celery, Sweet Potatoes, , LARGE ASSORTMENT .. tF rffuits and Vegetables. 350 and 352 STATE STREET.' 5 CARS story of David and Golalth- ii i ' 4- ' 1 - A - T - t;