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'NEW IXAVENMOKNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1894.
BEFORE BARS OF JUSTICE. fXlBOSEKt VVT TO VIE A. IX TBK SEVERAL HIGHER C0VMT9. . United states DUtrtet, Snpariof an4 Cora laon 1'Imu Courts la Kes.lon A Tb Van1 iMtMm for Goldnboroogh-. Unas Imposed la DUtHet Court. -There was unusual activity among the legal profession yesterday, (hers being no less than, Ave of the higher court! of the atate In session In this city. The courts which held session were the United States district court, the superior courts, criminal and civil ldes.and the common pleas court.both criminal and civil sides. The August term of the United States district court convened with Judge W. K. Townsend on the bench. The cases of C. F. Downey and IL I Vlsscber of the Waterbury Globe, charged with sending obscene matter through the malls; of ex-Letter Carrier Frederick C. Ingham of this city, accused of taking money from a letter, and J. C. Marshall of New Mllford, charged with sending lottery tickets through the malls, were submitted to the grand jury and true bills founds against the accused. Ingham pleaded guilty and was fined $250 and costs, and given a week In which to pay up. Judge Cole, representing Downey and Vlsscher, entered a plea of nolle conten dere. Downey was.however, fined $160 and costs, and Vlsscher $100 and costs. Judge Cole was notified that he could file a motion to open the case and grant the accused a trial by .jury, but Judge Cole has not decided what he will do In the case. The case of Joseph Ayoob of New York, who is charged with smuggling, was not tried and it Is understood that he will settle by paying a penalty of $1,000. The several other cases on the docket went over until the December term. The following is a list of the grand jurors: W. A. Embler of Norwalk, William Coggswell of Weston, A. H. Conklin of East Hampton, Theodore A. Cooke of Cheshire, J. M. Cowles of Norwalk, W. W- Cowles of Manchester, Nathan A. Easterbrook, jr., of New Haven, Corne lius Farmer, of Ellington, William A. Foster of Rockville, A. B. Gillette of Hartford, George S. Gillette of Easton, W. W. Gillespie of Stamford, Andrew Hamilton of East Windsor, Sereno S. Hurlburt of Itldgefleld, S. C. Pierson of Trumbull, N. H. Sherwood of Fairfield, Mark L. Sperry of Waterbury, E. J. Steele of Torrington, I. H. Stiles of East Windsor, Emory L. Strong of Bridgeport, Lev! P. Treadwell of Dan bury, J. H. Vaille of Winsted, Charles Warren of Stafford Springs, Albert Wa terman of Bozrah, C. B. Wheeler of Monroe, Henry Woodward of Middle town . . . r. The petit jury was made up as fol lows: C. Collard Adams of Cromwell, A. D. Ailing of Derby. Ephriam7,Pr;SrTi5Id of Haddam, A. F. Austin of North Ha ven, G. D. Bissell, of Naugatuck, Wil liam F. Burrows of Mlddletown, C. S. Canfleld'of Bridgeport, G. D.TCapran of Canaan, G. R. Chamberllrt Of North Haven, G. S. Durand of Bethel, G. A. Faber of Waterbury, J. H. Frlehk of Cheshire, W. H. Hayden of Thomas ton, Willis B. Isbell of Westville, C. C. Klein of Merlden, .Joseph Munger of Waterbury, D. T'. Osborne of Derby, Herbert Beck of Southbury, Dwight Phelps of Winchester, H. S. Scott of Watertown, M. E. Treat of Derby. Superior Court Criminal Side. The October term of this court con vened yesterday afternoon with Judge Ralph Wheeler of New London on the bench. ' After prayer had been made by Rev. James -B. Hoyt of Cheshire, State Attorney Doollttle asked for bench warrants for James Caporale, Dr. Ella and Anthony Spinello, who Mr. Doollttle said, have been the. in stigators of an offensive article in a newspaper, and that as one of them was an officer in the city court he desired that the charge against them be pre 'ferred in this court. The charge against the men came about through the publishing of an ar ticle in Pro Patria, an Italian paper which they'control, in which-Paul Rus so was attacked. They are charged with criminal libel. Deputy Sheriff Peck served the warrants and the men were ordered to appear for trial this morning. They were not required to give bonds. ' In the case of George Collier of West Haven charged with statutory burglary, the bonds of $200 furnished by Edward B. Collier were called. John Farrell of this city, charged with theft, was allowed to go on a nolle. Burton H. Warren of this city, charg ed with the theft of a bicycle, pleaded not guilty. It was stated to the court that he was insane, and a commission of physicians will be appointed to in quire into his sanity. Pleas of not guilty were entered by the following and their cases were as signed for trial: John Barnes, New Haven, theft from the person; Fred erick. Doollttle, Bethany,' burglary; Frank Lllley, Hamden, theft of cow; Robert MqDonald,' New Haven, bur glary; Frank McFarland, New Haven, theft from person; Michael Howard, Merlden, rape;, John Connelly, Mllford, "burglary; Annie Sucher, Mllford, aban donment of child; George W. Green, Hamden," arson, arid James Congdon, New Haven, theft. Robert H. Goldsborough of this city pleaded guilty to having committed a heinous assault oh Minnie Guy, a ten-yfar-old child, and was sent to state prison for ten years. Both parties are colored. Charles F. Ingraham of Beacon Falls pleaded , guilty to a charge of embezzle ment and was sent to jail, for thirty days. ' ' Achilles St. Amar pleaded guilty to a charge of assault with intent to kill William Johnson at Guilford arid was sentenced to three months iff jail State Attorney Doollttle explained to the court that Attorney William C. Case, had been engaged In" the1 case against Jamese A. Steven ietored, charged with an assault with-Intent to kill Grace Phillips.. Stevens had been found guilty of the crime by a jury and on an appeal to the supreme court the, verdict was sustained. ' He-wtil b brought up for sentence in k day or two, and then Attorney Case will make a motion for a new trial on the ground of newly discovered evidence. Common Pleas Coort-Crimlnl Sid. The October term of this court came in yesterday with Judge John P. Btud ley on the bench. The cases against Blla Cook, charged with keeping a house of III fame and the West Haven saloon keepers, charged with violation of the liquor law, were continued until next torro, owing to the fact that the witnesses are all scattered and It will be impossible to secure them In season for this term. The case of Philip Smith of this city, charged with breach of the peace, was nolled on payment of $34 costs. Cornelius Howard withdrew his ap peal In the trespass case against him and paid $15.74 costs. The case against Henry Carpenter of Walllngford, charged with keeping an unregistered dog, and Daniel Weller, charged with driving a hack without a license, were nolled absolutely. The trial of Stephen and Caroline Hill, accused of breach of .the peace, was then taken up and was unfinished when court adjourned for the day. Yesterday in the criminal -side, court of common pleas, the demurrer filed by the defendant In the four cases of State vs. Miller was argued by E. P. Arvlne of Miller and by James H. Webb for the Law and Order league. The statute makes It any offense to keeping open on Sunday a place where sports and games of chance are at any time carried on or allowed. The com plaints In these cases allege that Miller kept open on Sunday a place where the sports known as billiards and pool are carried on and. allowed. There is no allegation that these are games of chance, or that Miller keeps a gaming house. The defendant demurs on this ac count and claims that the statute means gaming houses and that as billiards and pool are not games of chance, and are not alleged to be no offense is set up. The complaints are for the keep ing open of MUller's Milliard saloon in West Haven. . . City Court Criminal Bide Judge Cable. William Henchy, overdriving horse and fraud in hiring horse, nolle; Wil liam Perry, lascivious carriage, dis charged; Louis James, theft, $25 fine, $8.16 costs; Frank Stanford, non-support, continued until October 5;. Maria Lane, drunk, $5 fine, $6.24 costs; lascivi ous carriage, nolle; John Lawson, breach of the peace, $3 fine, $6.24 costs; drunk, judgment suspended; lascivious carriage, nolle; Catherine Beers.breach of the peace, $10 fine, $5.42 costs; drunk, 30 days in jail, $5.42 costs; John McLean, breach of the peace, $10 fine, $5.42 costs; James J. McKenna, breach of the peace, continued until October 4; Henry A. Dorman and James-W. Farren, hreach of the peace and theft, continued until October 6; James S. Purdy, drunk, judgment suspended; breach of the peace, $1 fine, $7.88 costs; Joseph Ro gan, burglary and resisting officer, con tinued until October 3. . Court Motes. ,,Jn the common pleas .court yesterday afternoon the civil suit of Samuel C. Russell against John Coleman was fin ished and Judge Hotchkiss reserved his decision. . In the superior court, civil side, yes terday, Judge G. W. Wheeler heard the contested divorce case of Silas Smith against his wife, Elizabeth. The alle gations are intolerable cruelty and in temperance. Both parties reside in New Haven. Assistant City Attorney Matthewman appeared for Mrs. Smith. Decision was reserved. Mr. PJgott's Campaign. ' Congressman Pigott is to open his campaign at the Grand opera house on Monday, October 16. All the democratic candidates on the state ticket will be Invited to be present and make ad dresses, and several speakers of na tional reputation from outside the state will also address the meeting. Monthly Meteorological Summary. From the weather bureau of the United States department of agricul ture is received the following monthly meteorological summary for New Ha ven, Conn., for the month of September, 1894: Mean barometer 30.10; highest bar ometer 30.56, date 13; lowest barometer 29.68, date 20; mean temperature 66; highest temperature 85, date 10; lowest temperature 40, date 26; greatest daily range of temperature 28, date 7; least daily range of temperature 4, date 19; mean temperature for this month in 1883 61, 1884 67, 1885 62, 1886 64, 1887 59, 1888 61, 1889 63, 1890 63, 1891 66, 1892" 62, 1893 60, 1894 66; mean temperature for this month for 22 years 63; accumulated excess of daily mean temperature dur ing month 63 degrees, average daily excess 3.1 degrees, accumulated excess of daily mean temperature since Janu ary 1, 564 degrees; average daily excess 2.1 degrees. Prevailing direction of wind, south west; ' total movement of wind, 5,351 miles; maximum velocity of wind, di rection and date, 34, NE, 30. Mean dew point 60, mean relative hu midity 86, total precipitation 4.63 inches, number of days on which .01 inch or more of rain fell 11; total precipitation (In inches) for this month in 1883 2.43, 1884 1.41, 1885 .77, 1886 2.35, 1887 2.21, 1888 1.68, 1889 4.98, 1890 5.38, 1891 3.96, 1892 1.64, 1893 2.24, .1894 4.63; average precipitation for this month for 22 years 3.76, total excess or deficiency in pre cipitation during month .72 inches, total excess or deficiency . in precipitation Since January 1, 14.49 inches. Number qt cloudless days 11, partly cloudy days 10, cloudy days 9; dates of frost 26,' dates of thunder storms 8, 10, 17; dates of solar halos,- none; dates of lunar halos, none. -, Done Unintentionally. - Coroner Mix has Investigated the case of Mrs. Rollin H. Bill of Anson la, whose, child was found dead In a jar. The' child was born last Saturday. It was horn alive, but a few hours after ward its dead body was found in a jar where the mother had placed it. It had been suffocated. The, coroner finds that, the woman placed' her child in the jar : for safe keeping while she was busy at her work. The coroner believes that the mother acted through Ignorance and had" no intention of injuring her child. ,j i 'j TIIK OCTOBER ELECT 10X9. Various Detailed Returns Psora Sear-by Town. Eranford, Oct. J.-The following ' Is the result of yesterday's election: Town clerk and treasurer. Walter Koote, dem.; selectmen, C. H. Wllford, rep., Darlowe Hance, rep., E. 8, Knowles, dum.; assessors, David Baldwin, rep.,' Luke Qulnn, dem.: board of relief, H. H. Fowler, rep., H. A. Hall, rep., A. M. Babcock. dem.; constables, John Eades, rep., Anlonto Lazxarl, rep., O. T. Benton, rrp., W. J. McKee, rep.. P. T. O'Brien, dem.: J. Jones, dem., Joseph cheick, dem.; general Jurors. G. N. Hull, rep., John Eades, rep., D. S. Ashmun, rep., A. J. Kenyon, dem., Charles Newton, dem., J. Fitz gerald, dem.; registrar of voters. First district, V. E. Beach, rep., W. L. Moore, dem., Second district, H. H. Keyes, rep., F. L. Hlbbard, dem. ; school board. C. W. Gaylord, dem., S. J. Bergstrom, rep., M. F. O'Brien, dem., F. W. Jerolds, dem.; auditors, J. J. V. Cunningham, rep., F. W. Jer olds, dnm.; treasurer school bond, Ell F. Rogers, dem. The town voted li cense by 26 majority, The reubllcun majority In Branford was over 100. It is the greatest victory the republicans ever won. IN SOUTHINGTOX. Oct. 2. The annual town election yes terday drew out 948 votes, of which 581 were republicans and 367 demo crats. The local option liquor question took up a great deal of Interest, but the vote in favor of license was quite heavy, being In majority 163. The total number of votes oh this question was 909. There were 641. In favor of license and 368 for no license. The republican town tleket was elect ed by a large majority. . . ; The vote is as follows: Town clerk Charles D. Barnes 657. Town treasurer Charles D. Barnes 581. Selectmen Wheaton S. Plumb 543. Augustine M. Lewis 571. -' ': Assessors John J. Barnes 664, Ran dolph W. Cowles 578. Board of relief Martin W. Frlsbte .576, Robert E. Upson 577. . . : Constables Thomas F. Egan 662, Charles W. Dutton 563, William F. Tolles 555, George L. Clark 564. Grand jurors Winfleld S. Gould 575, James Degnan 563, Alexander F. Carey 579. . ,, , . . Collector of taxes William H. Barnes 580. '; ' ' ' . High school committee Henry D. Smith 576, Charles A. Cadwell 678, Par don A. Whitney 572. Registrar of voters William L. Ames .576.. ; . School fund treasurer Charles D. Barnes 577.. Auditor of town accounts Edwin P. Hotchkiss 581. 1 The Democratic vote was: For town clerk Samuel W. Green 362. Town treasurer Samuel W. Green 361.' .: Selectmen Merit N. Woodruff . 360, Charles F. Hamlin 380. . ' Assessors4-Lauren -T. Campbell" 368; John Collins 361. Board of relief Jacob F. Knapp 365, Levi C. Newell 365. . ' V Constables John F. Erbe 383, James McCabe 396, Stephen T. Ryan 360, Charles E. Matthews 345. Grand jurors Emery W. Dolittle 379, James Duncan 363, John Deeble 367. Collector of taxes William Pepworth 363. . - High school committee James W. Frost 367, Walter S. Merrell 367, Joshua Bills 368. Registrar of voters Amon Bradley 367. j School fund treasurer Samuel W. Green 365. Auditor of town accounts Norman A. Barnes 364. ' " IN WALLINGFORD. ... Wallingford, Oct. 2.-The Vote In de tail was as follows: O. I. Martin, dem., town clerk, by 649; C. C. Carroll, repub lican, 450; John B. Mix, first selectman, rep., 504; George S. Wilcox, 503, William E. . Hall, 605, Charles N. Jones, 482; col lector; Roger S. Austin, 533, Fred J. Hall, 460; Willis A. Trask, treasurer, 518, L. R. Cooke, 480. Registrar of voters, H. H. Martin 606, R. D. Perkins 498. School visitors. Rev. J. E. Wildman 639, James J. Redmond 459; auditor, C. H. Bowan 605, H. L. Hall 499; assessors, Thomas Doonan 490, George A. Hopson 388, R. H. Cowles 494, Joel R. Hough 494; board of relief, Andrew Andrews 504, Charles E. Yale 602, Thomas Ken nedy,2d, 499, George Cook 604, David M. Hall 510, Frank M. Bartholomew 484; grand jurors, Charles Toothe, sr., 509, D. S. Sheehan. 493, Herbert M. Hall 609. Edward Toelle 495, John H. Francis 508, John J. Myers 497; constables, Roger S. Austin 492, John W. Whalen 489, James W. Mooney 513, Daniel O'Reilly 494, N. F. Ingraham 478, John S. Parker 488, George J. White 506, Charles R. Lamb 500. . IN CHESHIRE. Cheshire, Oct. 2. At the town election yesterday the whole republican ticket was elected-by a majority of '84 votes. The town voted no license. HAMDEN DID NOBLY. Old Hamden did nobly, givingS0 re publican majority. Good for pld Ham den. The following were elected: Selectmen,' Fred E. Tuttle 'r.'John H. Davis r, and William Hitchcock d; town clerk and treasurer, Ellsworth B. Cooper; collector of taxes, Warren U. Terrlll; assessor, Algernon .O. Beach; registrar of voters, Wilbur C. IvesJ aui ditor, George L. Andrews; grand jurors, Harry P. Woodruff and George C. Rog ers. . ; The town voted license by 80 majority and voted to consolidate the school dis tricts by 6 majority. ... Conductors Were Discharged. , , Nine of the conductors employed by the State Street Railroad company nave been discharged owing to the fact that the company' will "run a" less number of cars to Morris Cove during the win ter. Charged With Criminal Libel. James Caporale, Dr. D'Ella and An thony Spinello, were arrested-yesterday by Deputy Sheriff Peck on a bench warrant from the1 superior court, cHarg lng them with criminal libel. They were immediately released without botidsand will appear in the superior court,' crim inal side, at 10 o'clock this morning. ' VKRHOHAf. JOTTIXaH. Interesting Item Atauut New Haven Poo. pie. Mayor J. Howard Wilson of Mont clalr, N. J and his wife, who was for merly Miss Carrie Dawson of this city, are the guests of Sidney H. Dawson, 142 Dwight street Mrs. J. J. Mathlas Is back from West Haven. Miss Lena Phlpps has returned from the mountains, ,. , Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hotchkiss have returned from the Adlrondacks. Mr. F. W. Fellowes and family will return to-day from Sachem Head. Miss Flora Walsh, who has been spending a few days with friends on Olive street left Monday evening for her home In Brooklyn. The Misses Dwyer, who have been in town for the past ten days with rela tives on Elm street.have returned to Boston. Miss Ruth Blrdsall has gone to attend St. Agnes' school at Albany. Thomas G. Shepard has arranged a quartet, "A Little Knot of Blue," for the New York ladles' quartet, and they will probably sing It at their concert to be given at the Hyperion on the evening of November 12. John J. Clarke, United States inspec tor of public buildings, was here yes terday examining the new addition to the postofflce building. Oscar Stier, of Whalley avenue and Nott street, returned to Toronto, Can., to resume his studies at th Ontario Veterinary college. Miss Mary Parmelee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Parmelee of No. 598 Chapel street, who has been spending a few weeks with Miss Brooks, of Lake wood, N. J., will return this week and later will go to Dresden, where she will remain during the entire winter with her uncle and aunt. Mrs. G. B. Dudley and daughter, Miss Carrie Dudley, of 412 Orange street, have returned from Falls Village. Harry Parmelee, Yale '94, has enter ed Harvard for " a post graduate course. William H. Arfmann, the proprietor of the Church street cafe, presented to William C. Ray, who has had charge of the store during Mr. Arfmann's trip to Europer a costly gold watch appro priately engraved. Mr. anMrs. F. J. Brown and son of Waterbu have taken apartments for the winter at the Elliott house. Mr. Brown is secretary of the democratic state central committee. J. Goghan of New Rochelle Is spend ing a few days with friends in this city. Mrs. Frederick L. Converse and her mother, Mrs. Delia Conklin, of No. 1 Whalley avenue, who have been spend ing the last two weeks in Albany, Sara toga and Lake George returned home yesterday. Daniel Carr, who' is connected with the weather bureau headquarters at Washington, D. C, has returned to his duties after a month's vacatlon.A fort night was spent In this city at his home. Mr. Carr is a brother of Registrar Carr. Mrs. and Miss Day pf No. -956 Chapel street are back frornNorfolk, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Hartshorn and their son Wlnfred have returned from Maine. Miss Sadie Mulingan of New York is the guest of her sister, Mrs. GlHern,' at her residence on Eld street. P. B. Shurman, the Broadway drug gist, has removed to No. 451 George street. '' - Harry George, YaW '94, of Milwau kee, Wis., and a meiriber of the foot ball nine last year, ls;ln town for a few days. Mrs. Ezekiel G. Stoddard of No. 367 Prospect street is spending a few weeks in Chicago, the guest of Mrs. Peabody of that city. Mr. E.S.Taite, brother of Frank Taite, photographer of 938 Grand avenue, has returned to New York after spending very pleasant vacation with his brother, at 14 Prospect place, where he passed his time cycling and visiting friends. Mrs. T. J. Adams and Miss Rose of Howe street have returned from a week's vacation trip. William Broslin and Richard Downey, both of Walllngford. are in town for a few days visiting friends. C.B.Sears, Yale '92, has been ap tii Secret STREMTIHI IS PERFECT DIGESTIONv.? lUSt. THE GENUINE JOHANH JIOFFS MALT EXTRACT AND FIND THAT IT GREATLY ADS Aff JN THE PAOPEti ASSWLATION lew iw- ; wawifj. llf. AUlbli M.I HttlLlir cnntMln. S IS I fin anodyne, but destroys the specific asthma poison in the blood, giyes a night's sweet sleep and CUKES il LnJI b - urouB iot roar or snirooaDon For ! all. Ann OR Tin not sicdi pointed editor of i'ae "Harvard Law Review." Miss Mary C. McOllI of Brooklyn, N, Y Is visiting friends on Howard ave nue for two weeks. Thomas Lynch; James Laden and Moses Isaacs, veterinary students, re turned to their respective colleges In New York after their summer vaca tion. Officer John II. Mooro of the central police station has returned to duty af ter a long and painful affection of his right thumb, which nearly developed blood poisoning. OKAtiD COXVEHT Uy Charter Oak Lodge No. 1HS, X. K.O. P. Charter Oak lodge, No, 188, of the New England Order of Protection, Is making great preparations for a grand concert In their hall on the evening of Wednesday, October 17, for the bene lit of Henry C. Dockum, one of the members of the lodge. The committee of arrangements are as follows: C. W. Gould, chairman; Brothers Mallnn, Hotchkiss, Sargent and Wclton. Pro fexsor Mallon has charge of the pro gram and there Is every Indication that tints musical entertainment will be the best ever given by any lodge of the N. K O. P. In this city. Tinn Hello, Tagg; what's that sign on your front door, "No admittance ex cept on business?" Tagg There have been so many young men calling on my daughters, and their visits have been so fruitless that I have adopted this plan to reduce the surplus. Tld-Blts. "Oh, papa, who Is that ragged man?" "That, my Rfn, Is the great composer of grand operas." "And who is that fine-looking gentleman with such good clothes?" "That's the man who wrote the latest song, 'Never Let Your Mother Carry Up the Coal.' "Philadelphia Record. Farmer Wayback (starting home from the station) Ploase.nia'tim.flo you wear false teeth? Fair boarder (for the summer) Sir! Farmer Wayback Oh, I don't mean to be cur'ous. 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