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NEW nAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COUKIKR, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1894.
8 goumal ' ana Courier. NEW IIAVKN, CONN. tnmmm Month, !.! On Mouth, 60 cewTSi Ose Wbbk, IS cwtbj Siwolb C'OPIM, S CrKTS. Thursday, September 6, 1H04. MEW AUVKUTJSKMIUiTO FOtt TO-DAY. Auction fttlr Edward ('. BecoUcr. CwarS-UM'ert A Thompson. ,m nml-.MiilM'V. MviyAl-o. Iir fin-em-' Nemirn-At DriWKlsts. K;ylKlvV l-Yl.-n.i-. F. WlillU.--y. pni1illMin.iit-M.vw!''" l,".'!"'r-Ent.TliilriMUMit-tirKncI Om-ra limine. V,p,. ...U-.Ml H..l-l,OC.tHl.-l Mm. ,, !.1,ir iw--tii'n. A. luln-ll. Vimmcmt-ll. (,,rm.t4,1-,,1T , n...ii-J).k ItiKJin- P.O Itojl)-. Fur Kent iiom 1 . I"'-" Furn shed Hoom-lniiT !. t ii'i-.l .-i.niipiiiir Kimi 'Uiu l,M.Brownlx. Modern Goods-Military's. mh Vai-itilim Tiir UNyaiond It Wbltcomb. WBIIt.-l MIIWIKW'-' p,'r"V . wi"ll3-Mi".Mi.n-2TS West CarliHl. Wreet. , ,-I!oard-Ve iiiaiiunt, H-m WamiHl-Olrl-W- Warned W.miun-lWtol l-iu r-.roet. Wanted Electro Plater Housatonlo MfK.to. tATUKK ItliCOlSD. A0R1CCI.TTBAI. I)KPAHTMR!CT, Office or thk t'mr.F Of tub Wf.athkii MmiF.An, Knxinv.n' 1). C. StUt. 5. H I), in. Forci-a.1 rorThiirm.ijr-F'or N.-w Ktnrlaiicl DinmilT f,.ir ormW In thci interior and on Ibe coaat from Bstjn to Eastport; winds be coming- varlaulu. Local Weather Report. FOB SKPTIMDER 6, 18M. b t a.m. r.v. 30.1 K"00 70 "I 87 M 6W SW 3 6 Clear Clear Barometer Temperature.... Jl.-l. Humidity.. Wind Direction, Wind Velocity.. Menu temperature. 72. Max. temperature. 79. Win. temperature. M. Precipitation. .U inches. Max. velocity of wind, 218W, Excess of temperuture since January 1, l'.9 decrees. T , Deficiency of precipitation since January 1, 15.87 inches. H. J. COX, Observer. Note. A minus sign preflxel tother pomcter readings Indicates temperature be low zero. A "T" in connection with rainfall Indicates a trace of rainfall too small to measure. Snow Is melted and resulting depth of water not known. JMVAL SE '. Brief Mention. A good house R. E. Baldwin. High water to-day( at 4:00 a. jn. and 4:18 p. m. Concrete walk laid and repaired. Conn. Concrete Co., 49 Church. The annual reunion of the Tenth reg iment, C. V., will be held at the Win throp house, Meriden, to-day. Rev. and Sirs. W. D. McKinney of Ansonia are occupying the Somers cot tage at Woodmont for September. Prof. George E. Day, of the theological seminary. New Haven, with his family arrived at Hillhurst, Norfolk, yester day. Miss Anna Bell Baldwin returned from South Britain to New Haven Mon day with her sister Charlotte, who is on from Chicago. Mr. Frank P. Shanley, formerly of this city, but now with W. B. Eiker, druggists, of New -York city, is here Visiting Mr. Stephen Reynolds, 418 Con gress avenue, for a few days. Dr. and Mrs. "VV. C. Wile, the latter daughter of Mrs. C. M. Loomis of this city, spent Sunday on the bank of the Housatonic at Pootatuck, where their daughter Alice has been boarding this ummer. Rev. W. D. Mossman, missionary pas tor at English hall, has returned from his vacation spent with his family at Madison, Conn., for a month. He was present at the meeting at City Mission hall last evening, and will conduct a meeting this evening. Last Monday G. L. Gillette and fam ily of Beacon Fulls had a very pleasant ratherhig at High Rook grove, four generations being represented. The old est, aged ninety, was Mr. Gillette's mother. The youngest, aged four years, Was his graridciuughter. George A. Abel! of Meriden had a cousin by the r.cniB of W. E. Cathcard, Who was k school teacher at Hinckley, Minn. This v-as one of the towns en tirely wlpia out by the recent forest fires, and the above name appears in the Vl cf those reported dead. The Grays have accepted the Invita tion of Rev. E. S. Lines to attend St. Paul's church on Sunday, September 16. Yesterday morning the Edgewood Street Railroad company began its reg ular trips, and will continue them every fifteen minutes hereafter. They run to the corner of Edgewood avenue and Nott street. The sixth annual meeting of the Butchers' Protective association of Con necticut will begin at Bliss' hall, Hart lord, this morning at 10 o'clock, and continue until about the middle of the afternoon. At 3 o'clock the members of the state association will go to Far mington as guests of the local associa tion, and dinner will be served at the Elm Tree Inn. C. I. Kinney, the master builder, will begin very soon tho ereotion of a big, new roundhouse for the Consolidated railroad, at the corner of Lamberton and Kallock streets. The building will require 1.000,000 of bricks. C. W. Blakesleo lias tho contract for the re moval of the earth from the high bank which must be done to make place for the big building. A vast quantity of eartli if beiag removed and dumped Into tho harbor, baok of the oar house, jo increase the wharf .room. rouricAi. Itanubllwn Ward Mawtliur. The chairmen of the several wards In New Haven aro hereby notified call meetings of the republican elector! in each ward on or before September 8, 1894, for the purpose of electing' dele gate! to tho icveral town conventions, as follows: First ward Five delegates. Recond ward Seven delegate. Third ward Five delegate!. Fourth ward Nine delegates. Fifth ward Four delegate!. Sixth ward Four delegates. Seventh ward Four delegate!. Eighth ward Seven delegate!. Ninth ward Ten delegate!. Tenth word Nine delegate!. Eleventh ward Five delegates. Twelfth ward Five delegate!. Thirteenth ward Two delegates. Fourteenth ward Two delegates. Fifteenth ward Two delegates. JAMES H. MACDONALD, Chairman Republican Town Comm. Drat Ward. The republicans of the First ward will meet at room 4. Hoadley building, Friday evening, September 7,at 7:30 o'clock sharp, to elect delegates to the several conventions. Per order, Chairman Ward Committee. Second Ward, The republican electors of the Second ward will meet at Plumb's Joiner shop, Oak street, near Park, Friday evening at 8 o'clock, to elect delegates to the several conventions. D. A. Blakeslee, Chairman, Fifth Ward. The republicans of the Fifth ward will meet at the store 161 Wooster street Thursday evening, September 6, at 7:30 o'clock, to elect delegates to the several conventions. Ward Committee. Seventh Ward. The republican electors of the Seventh ward aro requested to meet at 187 Wal lace street Friday evening at 8 o'clock, September 7, for the purpose of choos ing delegates to the several conven tions. Thomas J. Sullivan, Chairman Ward Committee. Eighth Ward. The republicans of the Eighth ward will meet at Emmerich's carriage shop, 668 State street, Friday evening, Sep tember 7, at 8 o'clock, to elect delegates to the state, representative, probate, shrievalty, senatorial and congressional conventions. FRED A. BETTS, Chairman. Tenth Ward Republicans will meet at L. H. John son's blacksmith shop, No. 51 Whalley avenue.Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock to elect delegates to the state, repre sentative, probate, shrievalty, senator ial and congressional conventions. L. H. Johnson, Chairman Ward Committee. Eleventh Ward. The republican electors of the Elev enth ward are requested to meet at 104 Grand avenue Thursday.September 6, 1894, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of choosing delegates to the several con ventions. William H. Preston, chairman. Twelfth Ward. The electors of the Twelfth ward are requested to meet at 313 Blatchley ave nue, Thursday, September 6, 1894, at 8 o'clock, to elect delegates to the several conventions. Robert Stewart, Chairman. Fourteenth Ward Republicans will meet at the engine house Thursday, September 6, at 8 p. m., to elect delegates to the several town conventions. George M. Baldwin, Chairman, Fourteenth Ward Republican Com, Woodbridge. The republicans of Woodbridge are requested to meet at the basement of the Congregational church on Monday evening, September 10, at 8 o'clock, to choose a town committee and delegates to the several conventions. Per order, Town Committee. WoodbGiy removes Joles, Warts, Pimples, Freckles, Wrin kles, Superfluous Hair, all Facial Blemishes, and Skin Diseases. Regular registered Physicians. Call or write. Consultation free. 125 West 42d Street, N. Y. Bond Wo. for a little "Beauty" boot. iw pagjs on skin end scaip, care of ike hair, preserva tion or tho complexion, removal j of a luila blomiahes, Id short the a, j-eiu-H- practical expe nence treating the akin. Mailed, . . r uaoreBs, witn Ham-' pre 01 wooaourj'i Facial Soap. 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, Choice Florida and Hothouse Tomatoes Mushrooms, Mushrooms, 7 and 9 Church st. 152 Portsea st. NOTICE To Intending DIAMOND PURCHASERS. Everybody that has ever visited our establishment has always re marked with astonishment at the mass of sparkling gems concen trated in our show cases. Besides having such a beautiful assortment to select from, the prices aro so ex traordinarily low that unintending . Surchasers cannot resist the temp ition, and generally become pur chasers bofore leaving, and it is not to be wondered at when you take Into consideration the induce ments we now offer for cosh. Dia monds reset while you wait. S.SILVERTHAU&SONS, 780 Chapel street. Headquartera for Wedding Gifts. Bohan's Head Body Found Is Mill Blvar. The dead body of Henry Bohen, a baker, was seen floating in Mill river, near Neck bridge, yeaterday morning by two boys, George Frelns of Nash street and Michael Mallff. Medical Ex amlner Willie examined the remains, bu no trace of any foul play could be found. The body was removed to Cox & Henze's, It seems that Bohen had left home Monday morning and gone to Lighthouse Point for tho day. He was Just returning home on the car when seen by Rourke. The latter states that flohen apparently had ridden further than he meant to and alighted from the car, going toward tho Tin bridge, and he thinks It Is likely that he fell from the bridge. Ilohen was a German about thirty five years of age and was employed as a baker by Herman Trust of urana avenue. He has a wife and Ave chll dren at his home on Fillmore street, who have been anxiously awaiting news of him since he failed to turn up on Monday. His brother-in-law states that he was a man of good habits and thrifty, owning a good home and accumulating considerable money. Use 1 In Time. Catarrh starts In the nasal passages, affecting eyes, ears and throat, and Is In fact, the great enemy of the mu cous membrane. Neglected colds In the head almost invariably precede catarrh causing an excessive flow of mucous, and if the mucous discharge becomes Interrupted the disagreeable results of catarrh will follow, such as bad breath, severe pain across the forehead and about the eyes, a roaring and buzz ing sound in the ears and oftentimes a very offensive discharge. Ely's Cream Balm Is the acknowledged cure for these troubles. St eod It w Peaches and plums to-day at D. M. Welch & Sons' stores. State street electric cars leaving New Haven green at ten minutes past each hour are met at East Haven by J. L. Nesblt's wagonettes for Short Beach and Double Beach. au25 eod tf Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. To-Day, , DUEAP'S HATS FOE FALL. BROOKS & CO., Chapel, cor. State st. LOOK OUT FOR THE Deadly Trolley! Wet weather is coming and there is danger for you, Mr. Motorman. Avoid it by using one of our Guaranteed Waterproof and Durable. Everything in Rubber at the Veru Bicycle and Rubber Store, 158 Orange Street. ; Bartlett Pears : i 55c basket. ; ; Potato! I ! TOolushol j ... 2 cans Salmon S5o . ' v', ''J Best Flour $4.50 barrel. Broom sale 19c, regular prloe tSo R. W.MEL1S, ' 8S3 STATE STBEET, k.'. n JH j Ca. af loni ta be fair. TELEPHONE Ho, tu. Boys Don't Care if only they get a Suit that v '. looks fine and wears tough. And Mothers would rather have it that way. It's an ill tar iff-wind that blows nobody cood. New laws made new conditions. Trade-wheels started with i jerk and our Boys' Clothes Man scored the greatest buying hit of his life. A quantity of Double Breasted . Blue Diagonal Cheviot Suits for boys not younger than 5 nor older thani 5 years. I he name " Hercules .is sewed to every Suif A strong name but none too strong. '.All wool Silk sewed. Double knee - ' and seat. . , 'On sale Thursday morning ai &4.0U. If you've ver seen any thing as good, for $4.50, we have n't. New fresh Suits, bearing the latest strokes of diagonal pattern. An ideal School Suit or a good-enough Dress Suit. Boys' Clothing Department A Silver Tongued orator could possibly voice the value of offerings now in the Silver Sale. But no doubt the study of Tuesday's List and a visit to the store would be mdre profitable. t ' ,1 ' : r Cutlery Cut The pritis of course. That makes -cutting cheaper for you. Kniv.es for the pocket, 50 cehts.' Four-blade pearl handles' at that. An Emergency Knife with a creed of 8 articles. Eight times as useful as a one blader but with a divided instead of a multiplied price 40 cents. Uood and handy Knives for garden uses, 15 cents. Trade Table No. 1 and Counter at Temple St. Entrance. Soft, clear light in orna mental form, embodied in a lot of Table : Lamps with attractive decorations. They go the way of all the under priced things to Trade Table No 2, at 97 cents each. MaliNeeiM- H. F. BL0GG& BR0 Cash or Credit HOME FURNISHERS, "., 699 Chapel street, Kew Haven, Conn. FULL LINE OF Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Oilcloths, Beds, Baby Carriages, ; Mattresses, Parlor and Cook Stores. ' Character is Credit. ", : store open 7 a. m. ,to bw i. im., uuuzuujr and Monday evenings'to 9. r SpeiKetMatfliews &Cd CHEMICALS. 2j. State Street 24$ UEWHJOfTMWm . tvw IlKTVfl, ,IUnq7, PO'. w, The weather to-day Likely BLACK SERGES, CHEVIOTS, DNDEESSED WORSTEDS AND CLAY DIAGONALS Will be the popular goods this season for Men's and Young Men's Suits. We have them made Breasted Sacks, lish Regent Frocks. They are made ors in the best possible manner. Prices for complete Suits are $10, $12, $15, $18, $20, $22, $22.50 and $25. C. E. LONGLEY & CO, 101, 103 and 105 Church Street, oooooooo 8 8 O Sales mean prices 'way below f' value. Why not buy a FTJB W 8 CAPE now. Our prices will interest you. V 0 The Burgess Fur I Hat Co.0 781 Chapel Street. oooooooo As to CHEESE- ;With us the season, or weather, don't count You can get the following varieties in PERFECT condition at any time : BRIE, NEUFCHATEL, CREAM, ROQUEFORT. Vermont aieason" Dairyr 1894 make, just at hand. Edw.E.HaU&Son 770 Chapel Street. BEECHER and BENNETT, -. K ' Funeral Directors and . Embalmers, ' Ka. 283 Elm St., Brai&aj ¶. " ' ' v OPEN DAT AMD NIGHT. -Telephone No. R&4, . - JySB 3m in Single and Double Cutaways and the sty by our own Jour Tail SET- fl I .1 v I I If 1 1 W J Y X r X "A FOLLOWER." The DINNER SETS we offers? last weekl lat $7.93 are almost gone, and as "a fol-' flower" we will offer for tola week our I .entire stock of Children's Carriages, ALSO A Refrigerators and Ice Chests, V "At almost cost, to eloae them out. Our A -carriages are the celebrated Wakefield Pmake, whloh Is to be found In this city g only at our store. V Children's Rockers at 25c. A full size Booker at 79o. i .Call and get one before they are gone. Many bargains in Crockery In our Crockery and Glassware De , partment In basement. Student Room Furnishings ' in every detail. il L Aral Complete Honsefurnisher, 755 to 763 Chapel Street. Open every evenlne. DENTISTRY. G. H. GIDNEY, 797 Chapel St., ' North aide. ' t doors below Oranffa. Dentistry In all its branohea. Prices the low . set consistent with ftrst-claas work. OWE TETS0M Fall Dress Goods. We have Just received our first shipment from the German man ufacturer whose lines we control in this vicinity. The styles, colorings and weaves are far superior to forme years. Domestic Manufacturers " are also preparing for us the cream of their productions. ' Four Daya' Sale of Ribbons For Thursday. A lot of All-Silk Ribbons, In Satin Gros Grain Satin Edge and Moire width No. 13 or ' inches all the best colors, Thursday only, at :, ''y a yard.' Fall Garments. Full line of coats, in all sizesj in Clays and Kersey, both lined and half lined, in black, tan an, Havanne. Also, our short-waisted gar mentsfor stout people. All at very desirable prices that are much tinder last season's. Flannels. New Tariff Prices. Just received a large shipment -ot- new Cream-White Saxony SFfaOnelsf made by one of the best mills in the country, and . show such values at 25c, 30c, 35c, 37c, 40c and 45c. per.yard as were never before offered. The great drop in prices will be evident to you at a glance. HWE& Stetson; Yes! We are fitting up homes and making Jife worth living Fnr the newlv tied and those tied for years! Finest and Best Furniture in the State At lowest prices 1 Cash or easy terms. P. J. KELLY & CO., Grand Ave., Church St, WE OFFER For Midsummer Use: shiljtilled Westbrook Plover, French Lamb Chops, Calves1 Livers and Sweetbreads, . i Egg Plant, t Kativa and Kalamazoo Celery' ' Mi "9 8weet Poatoe ' "' LARGE ASSORTMENT Fr&h &uits and Vegetables. 850 and 352 STATE STREET. J . 1 s