HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COLUUKK, HiUlt3PAY,J UhY 4, two
The largest assortment
of Straw Hats to bo
found in the city, at
Friend E. Brooks,
705 CHAPEL STREET.
1 quarts each, for 25o ; $2.75 per dozen.
THE D. S. COOPER CO.
Tele, call. 729-3. 470 State Street.
D. I. WELCH & SOI
New Potatoes 35c peck.
Jumbo Watermelons 40o each.
Finest Elgia Creamery Butter 23o lb,
4 lbs $1.00.
Full Cream Cheese only 12o lb.
A good Cream Cheese only lOo lb
We can sell you Flour at reduced
1,000 Ripe Red Pines, Oo each,
3 for 25o.
A good cooking Rice, 24 lbs for $1.00.
Have you used Frank Parsons' Goods ?
"Sure Death" to Water Bugs.
"Good Bye" to, Bedbugs and
"Fatal Food" for Rats and Mice.
"Buffalo Death" for Carpetbugs
These goods sold with a guarantee.
D. M. WELCH & SON,
28 and SO Congress Avenue,
Branohes 175Campbell Avenue. Wost Haven.
4 Grand Avenue. Fair Haven.
BROILERS, SPRING LAMB,
. .Beef, Veal and Mutton.
Peas, String Beans, Wax Beans, Beet
Tops, Spring Spinach, Beets,
Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Native Onions,
Radishes, Lettuce, Asparagus,
1074 CHAPEL STREET.
Washburn Crosby Co.
The Best Bread Flour in the World.
J.D. DEWELL & CO.,
239 State Street, New Haven.
TeL 165-8. .
the b. i mm CO.,
Game, . ' , '
liul Del Etui.
Extra Tivoli Beer.
Equaled Toy few Beers at
$1.00 per Dozen,
Less 10c per doze e for return of empties. '.
GILBERT & THOMPSON.
A Little Advice!
For the Inst two or three weeks we have let
our "AD." run without chanee. knowing that
irwas doing good work. We have thought
that a little advice about the keeping and
whipping of our CKBAM might be appreciat
ed. Tt should be kept iu ICE COLD .WATER un
til wanted tor use, ana men mere win De no
t rouble about Its whipping iu good shape.
Wo have pure milk aud can supply in any
quantity at short notice.
Ice cream manufacturers and large users of
cream are especially requested to call for
jmces, and give our cream a trial. Cream
will be delivered at any point in the city or
suburbs if enough is ordered at one time to
make it an object, or win De smppeu oy ex
press to any point In the state.
Tl.ol.n!,t. mqtrM nf CrMlmerv Htlttftr nl-
waya on hand. We seli for cash i'our Pound
Prints for $1.00.
Our lino of GROCERIES, FRUITS, Eic, aro
Our telephone call has been changed to 733-1
E. H. CLARK.
DO YOU WANT
Your Carpets Briitoi,
Xuo Moths Killed, and the Dust
Koiuoved ? '
WE CAN DO IT.
Of the finest qualities cleaned without
injury We are especially fitted
tip tor this work.
Dyeing and Cleaning
Oi Men's Suits and Overcoats, Ladies'
Of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underolothlng.
THE FORSYTH CO.,
OFFICES 878 CHAPEL STREET,
C45 " "
23 BROADWAY, .
STATE, LAWRENCE) AW
Telephone 654-2 and 8
Chapel Street above the Colloge Campus.
For SELECT FAMILIES AND TRANSIENT.
SID HlWmB An.anlta uitU V.,tVia tx t 1 .
$3.00 per day and upwards.
Dining Room on the American Plan.
E. W. ROOT, Manager.
Elcotrio cars direct from depot to door.
NEW HAVEN HOUSE
FFERS reJuced rates for board and rooms
by the week uurinor Jnlv Anil Aiio-iit
Also Six Dinner Tickets for Five Dollars.
SETH H. MOSELET.
FREE SAMPLE AT
C. W. Whittissey & Go.
'' 281 STATE STREET. ;
LAST CALL I
Don't delay If you want to preserve
) . your. Strawberries.
CHERRIES FOR PRESERVING.
Baked on the premises, fresh daily,
genuine homemade Wheat, Rye, Brown
Bread and Biscuit.
Saturdays, genuine Boston Bak
Beans by the pint or quart.
E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State St.
Telephone 552 2.
WE ARE WINNERS,
BECAUSE we get ahead of oompotitors
Probably nowhere else can be found so
good an assortment of fresh Fruits as hero.
All kinds of Ilerrlos, Peaches and New Or
leans Muskmelons aro worthy of mention,
but these are not all.
J. B. JUDSOK
"' Fruits 867 Chapel street.
"': Fireworks 170 Orange St.
The National New Haven Bank.
. . STATE CHARTER 1792.
One Hundred and Ninety-Ninth Dividend.
BEMI-ANNUAL dividend of five per
XY,cont. has been declared, payable on and
after July 1st, 1895. Transfer books closed
until that date.
Je38 5t ROBERT I. COUCH, Cashier.
"Mr ANTED, all sorts of repairing.
TV Machine Jobbing ; models made.
Tailors' Shears, Burbers, Scissors and Sftatea
Fine Lamps, Silverware repaired,
NO JOB BARRED.
Rear 67 Orange Street.
flSly POMEKOY BROS.
VAULT FOR VALUABLES.
Separate Rooms with Looks and Keys
Smedley & Bros.Co.,
171 'Srewery street.
Philadelphia Dental Rooms,
781 Chapel Street.
Over William Frank & Co.'s
Best Set of Teeth on Rub
ber Base, $a00.
There is no better made, no
mutter what you pay elsewhere. v
We also mate a good set lor 55.00.
J Office Open at All Honrs.
ir. L. D. XOXXS, Manager.
PURE ARETHUSA WATER.
TUB FAMOUS SVIUKQ OllOWIfTO
HULL MOlilS t'AMOVS,
Inoreavlng Deiuaiiii for ItEvery Pr.oivn
tlon Taken to lu.uie Cleuullne. lilec
trlo riant for Winter AVovltN.w l)e
PHi turo in Ginger Ale and Bnrsaunrllla.
People who, two years ago, never
hear of Arethusa and the famous puri
ty of the water which sprang from her
grave, now use It as a household word
because, like a certain other indispen
sable requisite in the domestlo econo
my, It is "absolutely pure." When the
owner of the spring had the water in
the eastern part of Seymour analyzed
he had no conception of the results.
He had noticed that it appeared purer
than most water, but he did not know
that It was so near to perfect purity as
to make it practically so until Profes
sor Chittenden, of Yale University, re
turned the analysis which proved it.
Then the owner began to bottle it and
introduce it to the market, in a small
way at first, but the demand has grown
with its use until now it Is one of the
most popular table waters to be found.
Other waters may be more widely
known because they have been intro
duced longer and more extensively ad
vertised, but none can compare with
Arethusa for purity.
A visit to the bottling establishment
is worth the making. The machinery
for introducing the water into the bot
tles, for impregnating it with gas, for
forcing in the corks, for wiring, etc.,
are all interesting and to the uninitia
ted are marvelous In their workings.
With a determination to give Arethusa
spring water a reputation second to no,
other The Arethusa Spring Water Co.
has been to the pains of providing the
best of everything: and to keeping the
place perfectly clean. The bottles are
of the cleanest, the corks of the best
and the labels are artistically designed
and handsomely executed. '
To claim consistently that the water
when put on the table is pure every
precaution is taken to make it so. The
water is inspected. Every bottle is
boiled and every cork is cleaned before
being used. There is practically no op
portunity for defiling the water, for the
spring is walled in and covered, the
pipes are of block tin, and deep under
ground. The "sparkling" water that
is, the charged is put up in pint and
quart bottles, and the plain, or as it is
known to the trade, the "Btlll" water,
in one-half gallon and five gallon pack--ages.
It is a fact that more gas is tak
en up In charging Arethusa than by
any other water, on the principle that
the nearer the water is to water, chem
ically speaking, the more gas It will
contain. The water is charged at six
ty pounds pressure. A boiler runs an
engine which In turn operates ihe most
improved carbonator and bottling and
washing machines. Besides these an
electrical plant has recently been put
in to furnish light during the winter
for there is a demand for the water in
cold as well as hot weather and a bat
tery is employed to store electricity for
use when the power is not running.
The plant Is a model of its kind and
cleanliness Is the motto of the company.
A fence surrounds the place, the
grounds have been graded oft, and the
whole is kept as fteat as the family
This season a new feature has been
introduced. That is in the making gin
ger ale and sarsaparilla of Arethusa
water. The purity of the water makes
these beverages above the average in
quality and connoisseurs hesitate in
trying to distinguish it from the im
ported. A brisk demand has already
sprung up for these two kinds of
healthful drinks and it is proposed to
make them a specialty in the future.
The Child' Prayer.
The following beautiful verses, writ
ten over forty years ago by the late
Hodges Reed, are reprinted from the
Into her chamber went
A little maid one day,
And by a chair ehe knelt
And thus began to prayj ; i
"Jesus, my eyes I close
Thy form I cannot see; .
If Thou are near me. Lord,
I pray Thee speak to me."
A still small voice she heard within
' her soul,
"What is it, child? I hear thee tell
"I pray Thee, Lord," she said,
"That Thou wilt condescend
, To tarry in my heart,
And ever be my friend.
The path of life is dark
I would not go astray;
Oh, let me have Thy hand
To lead me in the way."
"Fear not I will not leave thee, child,
She thought she felt a soft hand press
"They tell me, Lord, that ail
'-. The living pass away
The aged soon must die,
And even children may.
Oh, let my parents live
Till I a woman grow;
For if they die, what can
A little orphan do?"
"Fear not, my child whatever ills may
I'll not forsake thee till I bring thee
Her little prayer was said,
And from her chamber, now.
She passed forth with the light
Of heaven upon her brow.
"Mother, I've seen the Lord
His hand in mine I felt.
And, oh, I heard Him say,
As by my chair I knelt,
'Fear not, my child, whatever ills may
I'll not forsake thee till I bring thee
1 Old Glory In Mid air.
I People living In West Haven and sur
j rounding villages will be treated to an
, unusual sight to-day. They will see a
. flag apparentls' hanging independently
' in mid-air. J. W. Hopper will send
his "Old Glory" up. from "The Ruk
j land," his residence, at the corner of
I Washington and Noble streets, West
Haven, on a kite string, as was done
at tha opening of the Washington arch
in New York recently. The string
upon which the flag is suspended is not
discernible, and causes , considerable
ALJL ABOUT FlJtJSWOIWS.
One Hiui Aloue lu New York Hal Sold
Nearly Eight Million Pack, of lire
Cracker. Thl Tear.
New Haven will explode He share of
flroorackcra this glorious Fourth. The
boys, and some of the boys of larger
growth, have laid 1n a supply of these
explosives for to-day and there will be
plenty of nollse to-day, as usual om this
great national holiday.
Speaking of the big demad for fire
crackers, a New York dispatch says:
"There 'will be upward of a million
dollars spent for fireworks this year in
New York alone," said a prominent
manufacturer' of fireworks.
"We have never before made such
elaborate preparations for the Fourth,
and I understand that it Is the same
with other dealers. Our plant for man
ufacturing fireworks, Which consists of
seventy buildings, has been busy since
the first of the year.
"Some idea; of the magnitude of the
work can be gained from the fact that
w have sold over 150,000 boxes of fire
crackers this year, or about 7,500,000
packs. People spend more money for
fireworks than they used to.
"Fireworks, by the way, are cheaper
this year than ever before, due to the
removal of the tariff by the Wilson, bill.
Firecrackers sell for about one-half
what they did ; year ago. The greater
part of the firecrackers which will be
set off to-morrow are the old-fashioned
Japanese crackers. A great many crack
ers have been manufactured in America
this year, but the imported ones con
tinue to be the most popular.
"The firecrackers we have made have
been sold outside of New York. There
is a law forbidding their sale In the city
because they are more powerful and
much more dangerous than the ordinary
"There are a great many novelties in
fireworks this year. Among them are
the 'Trolley Wheels, 'Magic Fountain'
and 'Trilby Wheels.' The new wheels
are very pretty. ,
"We are selling a great many sets of
fireworks. We have sets for sale at
prices ranging from $5 to $1,200. Hun
dreds of people who live out of towr
have purchased these.
"We have received a great many or
ders this year for special designs, and
many of these are exceedingly elabo
rate. Among them Is the reproduction
of the pictures of Columbus discovering
America. This particular piece meas
ures 80 by 50 feet. We have also arrang
ed a reproduction of the capitol build
ing at Washington, which measures 200
by 100. feet.". ' ,, ..: ,
DESTRUCTION IN LYNN YESTER
TERDAY FIREWORKS EXPLOD
ED STARTED LIKE-THE EXPLO
SION IN THE CITY MARKET
HERE DIDV) ;. ;' .
Lynn, Mass., had a lively time and
considerable destruction of property
yesterday. , The fireworks explosion
was started In the same way that the
one at the city market fire here a year
ago did. The dispatch says:
Lynn; Mass.,- July 3. As the result
of an explosion-. of .a firecracker among
the fireworks In . the store of A.. L.
Mayo, 289 Union street, here, this after
noon, the Sagamore hotel block was
completely gutted by fire and adjoin
ing buildings were badly damaged by
water entailing a loss of about $150,
000. " . I ' t I
The ftr? started at 11:15 and burned
so rapidly that the second and third
alarms were rung in, as the, block is
situated in the heart of the retail busi
ness section of the clty. The flames
spread to S. N. Jenkins' confectionery
store, and W. C. Gllman's liquor store
from the hardware establishment and
then burned up through the hotel to
tha roof of the building. The flames
also threatened to engult the building
occupied by Goldsmith & Moore, car
pet and furniture dealers at 273 and
275 Union street. The adjoining build
ings were drenched with water. ,
During the fire several explosions in
the hardware store deterred the- fire
men somewhat with their work, but
no one was injured and the flames
were finally controlled. The fire spread
to the hotel so rapidly that the occu
pants of the. house were given but a
short time to get out and several nar
rowly escaped death.
Fireman David Upson rescued Sid
ney Greenwood,, an aged guest, from
the Sagamore, and another man whose
name could not be obtained, was found
unconscious on the top floor of the
hotel and was carried out just before
the roof fell in. ,
On the way to the fire the police
ambulance collided with steamer No.
2 and was wrecked. The engine was
not Injured and no one was hurt.
The Sagamore hotel was recently re-
j modelled and occupied three stories of
i the block, while the ground floor was
i devoted to stock. The loss is $150,000,
! with an insurance of about $100,000,
Among the losers in the Sagamore
building are L. A. May, house furnish
ing, loss $50,000, Insurance $25,000; A.
! S. Jenkins, confectioner, loss $3,500,
insurance $1,500; W. C. Gilman, liquor
'. saloon, loss $5,000, insurance, $3,000;
W. Brown, barber, loss $2,500, partially
j The damage to the building Is esti
; mated at almost $65,000.
I . .
' He Wasn't Brown's wife named
Stone before she was married? She
and it wasn't a very suitable name.
; He What do you mean? She Oh,
nothing; only she threw herself at his
. head. World's Comic.
It is made from the best
roots and herbs. Easily
and cheaply made at home.
Improves the appetite, and
aiHq rlirrc:ttrtn. An linn
. -i --. .fciw-
y vailed temperance drink.
L ... if Healthful, foaming, lus
X.;, - J. cious. One bottle of extract
ilf:-; makes 5 gals. Get it sure.
"f( T:: - Send ;-ce!tt-stamp for r4rtnrej
i' Drink M
MjtXJA3lETAlE 1)1 CA1ZZO,
Ukt Grand Annual Picnic.
The first grand annual plonio will be
given by the-Mandarnen tale dl Caiaziso
Benefit society at Schuetuen Park to
morrow. The success of the affair is al
ready assured by the large number of
tickets sold, tha demand being more
than the society anticipated. The ef
forts of the committee which had charge
of the affatr has been unceasing, the
president, J. Santella, having been es
pecially active. This society although
young hag attained considerable suc
cess, considering that It is ouly two
The parade will start at 9:30 o'olock
from the oorner of the Green and pro
ceed out State street to the park. There
will be a fat men's race.
The members of the society did an
excellent thing in electing the follow
ing well known people for Us commit
tee: Joseph Santella, president; A. Musro,
secretary; A. Gagliardl, treasurer; A.
Grannelll, L. Montrone, P. D. Mlchele,
V. Cup.G. T. Vallo and G. Florlo.
THE 0LO RELIABLE
Has stood tho Test ol Tim
MORE SOLO THAN ALL OTHER
BRANDS COMBINED ,
Scrub your floors with Steel Shavings and
keep them smooth and clean. For oleaning
Brass aud MetaU, Steel Wool is unsurpassed.
It shows aud sells itself. ,
USE IT, BUY IT, TRY IT.
Stool Wool has proven itself to be the best
article lu the market for rubbing down a first
coat of varnish, and whon using
HUB ONLY WITH THE GRAIN,
and if a particularly smooth surfaoe is re
quired, use a little raw linseed oil. For sale by
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
396-398 State Strset.
0 Tbe petroleum Washing & Cleansing Compound,
CLEANS AND WASHES EVERYTHING.
' Save the top of the box and set any of the
m following well known paper..
( FOR SO C0CP0K8 WS GIVE StUSCItlPTIOHS TO
( Ladle? Borne Journal, Earpefi Sound Table,
Miinaey s Jiagaatne, juum a wiiipumuih,
feltrton'i " Oodey't Magatine,
McOlureft " CathoHe World,
Cosmopolitan " ' . Golden Days,
Fireside Companion, St. NlcMas,
N.Y.fumily Story Paper, OMng,
and many others.
SEC YOUR GROCER A&OUT THIS.
ap 30 eodfim
WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN,
ATTO RNEY- AT-L AW.
U. S. Patent
70 CHURCH ST.
817 MAIN ST
It does seem as though everybody
was buying TIES.
New lots just received of
Ladies' Linen Oxfords, $1.25
Ladies' White Canv. OxPds, 1.50
Lailies' Checked Oxfords, 2.00
Just the shoe to wear with light
For solid comfort buy a good Hand
sewed Russet Oxford : any price you
want, $1.00 to $3.00.
A. B. GEEEWOOD,
773 CHAPEL STREET.
Closed evenings except Monday and
I HtWVQRU U'A' f
Is Essentially An Instrument
For the Home.
The variety of muslo the .Atollan performs
Its repertoire is unlimited; together with it
slmplluUy of operation it oan be played by
anyone after a few days' praotloe, make it
interestlngand eutsrtaliilUK for every mem
ber of the family.
The iEolian serves In a double oapaoity; It
entortalus and it instruots. It broaden and
cultivates thetates of its hearers by faiuiU
liu-hung tbein with the mugioal oltusslot, u
uit-ut and modern.
The .Eollan will play the simplest soner.and
play It well; but it is iu playlntf a Beothoven
Symphony or a Bach lutfiie that the won
derful qualities of the iuutrumaut are revealed.
The Eolian will be played for '7
all who will do us the favor to ;
Till MJIfiiMft HiS Co j
777 CHAPEL STREET.
For the BEST Bread,
For 4 large loaves Bread 25o,.
For Grandmother's Bread,
For Finest Bisouit Made,
, To FERRY'S.
For a Quick Lunch,
For a nioe Dinner, 30o, !
For Ice Cream Soda 5o, - - ' i
. ; TO FERRY'S..1 !
For Best Root Beer made, i
All Materials of the best,
. . t . At FERRY'S.
46 to 50 Church st.
I LEAD, BUT NOT FOLLOW,
BROWN & BERGER,
87 Church Street
E. R. JEFFCOTT
A NNOTJNCES to the pubUo that all of his
Painting, and Docoratlnj business will
.be carried on hereafter at aud from No. 121
Church street, where he will be pleased (with
his decorative salesman) to show the flneot
Decorations and Wall Papers as yet shown to
the publto, also neat designs and effects la
cheapest Wall Papers,
Between Ghapel street and PubUo Library.
Telephone 734-6. JalO tf
ARE YOU ATOBAOCO SLAVE?
DO you want to quit this praotloe ? You
ought to do It for the sake of your heart,
vonr Nerves, vour Luntrs. Every chow, every
j smoke, hurta you. . If you want to stop there
S will be a struggle and you will fail unless you
; have help. "CiOOD-B Y" will do It easily, tho
' roughly. No experiment, no fake, no Injury.
'; A sure, safe, speedy cure. Try it, It will not
fall. Write to The Antiniootlna Co., Derby,
Conn, .. ;! .- v ap24tf
I want a number of Second-hand Bicycles,
low is the time to trade your old style,
heavy machine for an up to. date '95 lodeL
Bicycles ui Pwilic Tire Repel. '
W. P. WEAVER,
516 and 520 State street, New Haven.
TEN HAT SPECIAL CARPET SALE
H. B. ARMSTRONG & CO.,
84-97 Orange street
Having combined bur two large stocks into one, we
find we have a much large ? quantity of goods on hand
than ever before at thisfime of the year. In order to
reduce stock prior to inventory, and to stimulate
trade, we have reduced our prices on all our Carpets
for this srreat Ten Davs' Sale. We are selling: Carpets
i lower than we have ever
means we are selling tnem lower man ciean, new
standard stock was ever scld in New Haven.
STOCK IN CLUDES :
100 Rolls of Gobelins, $1.07i I 100 Rolls of Axminsters,
150 Rolls of Moquettes, .87J 150 Rolls of Tapestry Brussels,
150 Rolls of Best Quality Ingrains, 50o.
We offer special prices for Ten :ays.
H. B. ARMSTRONG & CO.,
8997 Orjinse Street.
JtyfS Tfcensant's in use and ail giving satisfaction,
fr-S SHE AH AN & G-ROAHEL
'3 Steam Fii
L. W. ROBINSON.
No. 766 CHAPEL STREET.
E ABLE &
American and Foreign
868 Chapel Street,
NEW HAVEN, CONN. ,
VAULTS and CESSPOOLS
NliATLY CLEANED M
- , t'AHAilA.U,
Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed,
orders left at
: BRADLEY & DANN'S, U i tate Street.
ttpii'I. VEIXCH SON'S, tfli Chapel Street.'
Will reoelve prompt attention, i". O. Address
Vox (wo. Telephone 435-13.
Book,- News, Fine
208, 300, S02
. . Strong and Durable. j
MILK PAILS and BOTTLES, T1NWABB. :
CKOCKEB.Y, and HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
GASSIQYUON, 737 Grand Jivsnua,
Between Bradley and Franklin Sts.
oigu ui uoiuen uup ana saucer. . jeue taiw.
H. F. BLOGG & BRO.,
Cash or Credit
699 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn.
FULL LINE JF "
. Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets,
Oilolotbs, Beds, Baby Carriages,
Mattresses, Parlor and
Cook Stares. ;.-
; Character Is Credit.
Store open 1 a, m. to 0:30 p. nu, Saturday
and Monday evemngg to 9.--J . : ,
sold them before, which
MiiBoite, Steam i Hot Water
Self Contained, requiring no brick setting.
Without Caskets or Packing, and are thus always
Have Vertical Waterways, giving free circulation.
Large Direct Fire Surface, using the radiant .
heat of the lire. . .
SHEAHAN & GROABS;
"u ters and Plumbers. Telephoi
:85 and 237 State Street
ters and Plumbers. Telephone lUi
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