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NEW H AV N MORNIN G JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1895.
NEW HAVEN, CONN. Three Months, $1.50; One Month; 60 cents; Onb Week, 15 cuNiaj Singwi Copies, 8 cfnts. Saturday, July 13, 185. ' Aii' AD VJUtTISKM lin TS TO-VAX. Clothing Connecticut Clothing Co. Iinilv Unit Ainllny, Keuly & Co. Doutlstry Dr. Gidney. Ki' Mile House-John T. Sloan. For Sale House Charles H. Webb. Family Excursions N. H. Htoamboat Co. Founu-Speotaoles 15 Hlne Plaoo. Grand Shopping Emporium F.M.Brown Co. Good Opportunity I. W. Stiles. Luctuted Food At Druggists'. Ladies' Shirt Waists Cuaee & Co. . Notioe Commute on Squares. Midsummer Sale N. H. Shoo Co. Outing Shoes A. B. Greenwood. Peaches J. 11. Judson. Scotch Whiskey E. E. Hall & Son. Silk Waists Howe & Stetson. Unusual Offeriugs Chas. Monson Co. Wedding Kings At Durant's. Wimted Situations llitt Court Street. Wanted Girl 2U Lyon Street. Wanted Help I. W. Stiles. Wantod-Lot-P. O. Box 8t. Wanted Agent Hothsohilds. w UA'i u Jit it liconu. AQRICTUnJBAr DEPARTMENT, Office or this Chief Of the Weathbh Bureau. Washington, D. C July 13, 1895, 8 p. m. Forecast for Saturday For Massachusetts, Hhode Island and Conneotiout: Generally ' fair, warmer, southerly winds. Local Weather Keport. TOR JDLY 13, 1695. . 0 A.M. P.M. 30.1d 80.60 W OT 72 , ' 80 6W . S 7 Clear ' Pt. Cloudy Temperature.... Sei. Humidity.. Wind Direction., WindVeloolty.., Moan temperature. 61. Max. temperature. 71. , Mln. temperature. 54. Precipitation 0 Inches. Max. veloolty of wind. 13 S, Accumulated dellaieucy of dallv mean tem perature sinoe January 1. 38 decrees: or an average dally deficienoy of .2 degree. Total defleieuoy In precipitation sluoe Janu ary 1, 8.15 inches. , . - U. G. MZERS. Observer. Note. A minus slam 1 oretlxed to ther mometer readings indloates temperature be low zero. A"X"noonneotlon with rainfall Indloates a trace of rainf ali too small to measure. Snow Is melted and resulting depth of water not known.. Have It Sent to You. During the summer the JOURNAL & COURIER will be sent, postage paid, for 50 cents a month and the address changed as often as desired. LOCAL XJ5W8. Brief Mention. "A farm) wanted R. E. Baldwin. High' water to-day at 3;03 p. m. Mr. Evelyn E. Stevens, and family are spending the summer at Clinton. The Sunday school of the Methodist church In Seymour will picnlo at Paw. son Park July 19. Mrs. George D. Keeler of Norwalk is Visiting her daughter, Mrs-. George Burrell of this city. H. B. Burgess, of the Burgess Fur and Hat company, and family are at Man chester, N. H., for a. months' stay. . If you want a new wringer or one re paired, call on the manufacturers, the American Wringer company, 499 State street Coolest, purest, tiest Champion's French ice cream served amongst the palme at Foyer. Entrance at Hyperion theater. It always pays to visit Kirby's jewelry store. It 1b always a popular and at. tractive spot for hundreds of our towns people and people of neighboring towns for buying Jewelry, watches, silverware, etc. . For many years people have flocked for the purchase of trunks and traveling bags to the store of the Burgess Fur and H.t company. This prestige is well maintained, as the sales this season are the best yet. v . The Journeymen Plumbers will give their first annual excursion to New York, Bay Ridge, and Coney Island Monday, July 22, by the steamer Con tinental. The committee are sparing no pains to make this excursion a pleas ant one. .: ,., '. Pit!."'" .. XOHTn II A VEX. July 12. The King's Daughters of St, John's churchwlll foold a lawn party on Joseph Pierpont's pleasant grounds by the side of the Qulnnlpiac river on Thursday evening, July 18. ' The barn of Edwin Clinton was en tered by a burglar ora Wednesday night and a valuable horse, three harnesses and two robes taken. Mr. and Mrs. H. Jameson of Boston, wiw were tne guests of Mrs. B. A. Pler pont for a number of weeks, left for their home to be in Boston during the convention and will . then go to Ver mont for the remainder of the season, Miss Emma Nothnagle of Bridgeport, who has been on a visit to Miss Minnie Hull 'since the Fourth, returned home on Wednesday. Rev. Mr. Lathrop and Mrs. Lathrop went to Boston on Wednesday. They will attend the convention and expect to be absent two weeks. Mr. Lathrop' place In Church will be occupied by Rev. J. Manly Ormes of Colorado Springs next Sunday and Rev. Mr. Clarke of Whitneyville the following Sunday. George Munson is school committee in the North Hill district. There have been several applications for the school, but no teacher is engaged yet. Elizur Harrison is one of the few young men who can be trusted to do good iwork without an overseer. He un derstands what he is to do and goes right along with it. Mrs. N. W. Hine of New Haven start. ed on- Wednesday for her annual outing In the White mountains. Mrs. Maginness is reported Improv ing in health. Miss Laura Hemingway is with her. On Tuesday night a horse thief was found 1n Mr. J. E. Bishop's barn: with the halter which was left on his horse exchanged for a bridle and evidently just ready to be harnessed. Mr. Bish op's man was going early with milk and frightened the burglar away, thus sav ing the horse for that time. Miss Edith Smith is attending the.X S,Jj, E. convention In Boston, RAIDED JSr IIIIEVES. Norfolk Citizens Have a 1 utile Battle With the Burglars Fired Many Shots In Vain Safe Blown Up Uurglurs Secured Six Gold Watches and Twolve Dollars Town Offers Five Hundred Dollars lie wui'd. Wlnsted, July 12. The town of Nor folk, ten miles west of here on the Phlladelphla.Readlng and New England railroad was tho scene of a battle this morning between burg!aii and citizens. Wlnthrop Cone conducts a general store -n a building In which the Nor folk postofMce i also located. Cone's lore and residence are connected by an electric burglar alarm. Cone and Tobey exchanged shots with the two men on guard, and during the fusllade the safe in the store exploded. Cone, after firing his Winchester three times without effect, leveled his gun at one of 'the burglars at short range and pulled the trigger, but the gun re fused to work. The reports of the shoot ing brought other citizens to the scene, who fired a total of fifteen shots, but nobody was hurt. After the two burglars in the store had secured the booty from the wrecked safe they joined their comrades on the outside and the four made good their escape. The explosion of the safe de molished a portion of the store. The four burglars were seen by Cone In Norfolk yesterday. One had a scar on his face and was fairly well dressed. At 10 o'clock last night the quartet stood in front of Johnson's drug store Watching Johnson putting away some silverware and jewelry. All the towns in western Connect!. cut are excited over the outbreak of burglars, and Norfolk people who saw the burglars say their descriptions tally with those of the prfsoners who escap ed from Ludlow street jail, New York. More than twenty safes have been 'cracked" In this county, the past year ana no arrests have been made. The town of Norfolk has offered a reward of $500 for the capture of the men, and "Wlnthrop Cone has offered an additional reward of $100 for the capture of the man who fired at him A more thorough examination of the store showed that the thieves secured six gold watches and a chamois case which had been Identified as one taken from his store was found on the tracks of the Philadelphia, Reading and New England railroad. Chief of Police Wheeler of Wlnsted went to Grant's station and arrested the two men seen there, who were sus pected of being the burglars, but after examining them thoroughly it was de cided they were not the men and they were released. Engineer Holcomb of the Philadelphia, Reading and New England railroad train, due here at 10:29, east bound, reported that he saw a man at Whiting River who answered the description of .one of the men who committed the burglary. He wore a white straw hat, and had a large scar on his face. The men are thus de scribed: One was of medium height, smooth shaven, wore a black coat, with light trowsers and a black Derby hat. An other wore a blue suit, a light Perby hat and had a small black moustache, The third was stout and had a broad, smooth, face, with a large scar. He wore a white straw hat. The fourth was of medium height, black suit and wore a black Derby hat. The police in all towns and villages in this and New York state have been. not! fled to be on the lookout for the men. WALZisaronD. There was a lively game of ball on the Colony street grounds yesterday after noon between the Hubbard and Wallace hose teams, and the Wallace boys won by a score of 8 to 7. "Cod" Taylor, the professional, started In to pitch for the Hubbards, but was batted out rof the box, but not before he had struck Char lie Paden in the foot with the ball and disabled him from running. George Gardner was umpire and made a neat double play on first base during the temporary absence of the baseman. The contract to build he sewers in Cherry street, Whittlesey avenue and Bartholomew row has 'beeni awarded to M. J. Redmond & Co. The cost of the electric light commit tee to the borough was $9.50 and it did not amount to a row of pins. Mr. arid Mrs. O. H. D. Fowler are in Tanraersville, N. Y. Another barber shop has been opened on the hill. The appointment of Dr. W. P. Wilson as health officer for the town of Wal lingford gives the best of satisfaction, as he is the right man in the right place. The ' Bigglns-Rodgers company and Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co.'s works will start up Monday. John Edell of Rockford, 111., is visiting relatives in town. The Walllngfords will go to Danbury to-day. The make-up of the team will be: Casey p., E. Gardner c, McGulre s. s., Barry lb., George Gardner 2b., Bun dle 3b., Horan 1. f., Sheehey c. f., Dow ney r. f. D. W. Burke and family are home from a visit to Rainbow. C. B. Terrell has another large con tract to furnish poles for S. N. E. Tele phone company. G. W. Morse of Pittsburg was in town yesterday. J. S. Sheehan, who has purchased the J. T. Kimberly property on Center street, contemplates selling the house, to be moved away, and building a hand some brick block on the site. George A. Lane will arrive home to. day to stay over Sunday. A cream of tartar baking powder, Mignest of all In leavenine strength.. Latest United States Government Food report. Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 wall street, New Torts, Quite a crowd gathered at tho lake early last evening to see the boat race that was advertised, but were disap pointed, as the crews failed to show UP- LOCAL XEff'S jrOlTINQS. H. F. Gulliver has been reoommended by Waterbury's board of education to the district for the position of principal of that city's high school at a $1,700 salary. He graduated at Yale in 1875 and was valedictorian. He was highly recommended to the Waterbury school board by Judge W. K. Townsend and Lawyer Edmund Zacher of this city. A section of Short Beach will be called 'New Britain," If things keep on. Twelve families already own cottages there. Stony Creek used to be the sea side "Mecca" of New Brltainers. Among the residents at Short Beach are T. B. Wilcox, W. JH. Stanley, A. H. Abbe, S. W. Damon, H. C. Hine, John Pinches, and others. Several more contemplate building cottages there. Mrs. William Beaumont, Mrs. J. Frank Cowles and daughter, and Mrs. Charles Merriman and son, Russell, all of East HartfOrd. have gone to Indian Neck, Branford, for two weeks. Company A, Seventh regiment, has juet held Its annual reunion at Com- pounce pond, and Company E, of the Twentieth regiment, will hold Its re union there next Saturday. Fully 100 persons, including the wives and chil dren of the veterans, will attend this company reunion. The company en listed largely from Southington. Further concerning the Second regi ment's new colonel is as follows: Colo nel Burpee was born in Rockvllle Oc tober 12, 1855, and was the elder son of Colonel Thomas F. Burpee of the Twen ty-first Connecticut Volunteers, who was killed at Cold Harbor. He was graduated at the Rockville High school in 1875, and at Yale In the class pt '79. In college he was a Phi Beta Kappa man, and editor of the Yale Literary Magazine, and a member of the senior society known as Skull and Bones. After graduating at the law school he began praotlce In Waterbury1, where he has been prosecuting and town at torney, and is no city attorney. He has held the office of colonel, command ing the Connecticut division, Sons of Veterans. He Is the first Yale man to be chosen for colonel of the Second regiment, C. N. G. 800 Loaves Bread 4c a loaf, this day. MILLS, 382 State. When Yon Are Ready. To clean house send for us to take up. clean and relay your carpets. Nothing is so detrimental to good health as unclean carpets. By sending your car pets to the Forsyth company you are assured of having thejn returned to you as clean as new carpets. apl5 tf 100 Bushels Potatoes. Fine stock and ripe; 2Sc peck. Watermelons 25o. , .'" ' MILLS, 382, State. Imported and Domestic Fowls At poultry show here. Imperial Hygen- ique Fluid completely purified the air. Druggists or 840 Chapel street. ; ' Bread 4c Loaf And lots of bargains. "' J - MILLS, 382 State. DEATHS. LEYERZAPF-In this citv. Jtilv 10. IKfW Jacob Leyerzapf, aged 72 years, I months, 21 days. Funeral services at his late resMenoe. 545 Grand Avenue, - satumay afternoon at 3 o'clock, interment in Evergreen U"mct.ery Our one object In tho business world Is to convince the resi dents of New Haven of tho sin cerity of our efforts to conduct a first-class business upon sound and established buslnois principles. To offer the be't, as, for in stance, in Trunks, at prloes that are bound, in themselves, to interest and attract the ex perienced buyer. BROOKS & CO., Chapel and State, streets. Spring Chickens (BROILERS), ii Spring Lamb, Native Peas and String Beans, Oucumbers and Squash, Telephone call, 574-3. JACOB F. SHEIFFELE, 409 STATE STREET. The large Stock of STERLIHG BELTS Now at SITV'ERTHATTS Jewelry Store. Shirt Waist Huttons, Links, etc., at jrreat ly reduced prices. ' Now is the time to purchase DIAMONDS At summer prices. Call and look at, our stock, Wea'eheicl quarters for Wedding Gifts. 790 Chapel S'roet. Established 49 years. PFAFF & SON. MUSHROOMS, HOT HOUSE TOMATOES, HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS. CAPONS, CAPONS. KnscoTy DUCKS Muscoyj 7 and 9 Church si 152 Portssa st. New Haven, Saturday, July 13, 1895. The weather to-day Likely to be fair. TE1EPHONB No. 333. Veil the Face Krith a selection from our new fresh lot of plain white Veilings, or white Veilings with black dots. It's the Veil. Comes in Chiffon, Tissue, Sewing Silk, and Tuxedo effects. Don't you find the long mirror very handy ? Veilings, Main Entrance, Left. The Fall of Fans The prices were low enough but the temperature hasn t been hih enougn lor quick sales. So we say 15o. Fans for lOo. 20e. " " l'-'io-25c. " " Sito Your choice of Fancy Plaited Straw Japanese Fans, decoraters or coolers, at 5c each. Temple Street Side, A ftcr Ladies take a good look into Chapel 'Street Comer Win doxv, they'll probably want to buy what they see. There's no price hindrance. The Season Is Over We mean the selling sea- son tor Men's Straw, Hats. We've rum maged around and find about 300 left The lot rep resents all styles and sizes. They've been marked respect ively 98c, 48c. and 39c. each. Will a quarter of a dollar clear them out ? A "quarter" it is. Start 'cm on a riiti Sat urday' morning; at ,;9 'a m. Take your pick at 25 cents each.' Sold from a special Table in Daylight Square. That's under the giant skylight. Soutli Center Main Stole. Sweet Comforters Renomme Marshmallows at the Candy Counter. Saturday price, tjd. a pound. At the Soda Fountain, " Orange Ice." Saturday price, sc. a gjass. All our speciaL Perfume Odors : High land, Bells Diana Miland Lily Yale BouqheM-Tropical Lily Evening Bells White Pink-and Blue Lilies, sold every day at 38c. an oz., Saturday price 25c. an oz. Talcum Toilet Powder 6c. a box.' St. Thomas Bay Rum, 1 3c. a pint bottle. l- Buttermilk Soap, 10c. a three-cake box. Chapel St. Corner Entrance. Someone Says that $5.00 is too much to pay for( a Pocket , Kodak. That depends. , $2.00 would be too much to pay for many of them. ' But if Eastman's $n.oo Perfection Pocket Kodak will wear out five $2.00 ones, it's truly cheap isn't it ? Ask to see it and its work. x '' We're Looking Sharp into the Hosiery and Under wear stock to see what's what before Inventory comes. Hosiery prices are down at the heel, and Vest values throw cost in the shade. Extra fine quality black or tan Hose, plain or Riehlieu ribbed, 25c. a pair. . Extra quality Lisle Hose, Richlleu ribbed in black or tan, 8 pairs for $1.00. Balance of summer stock of Bilk HAse In n varletv of colore. 49e. a pair. Not all sizw. but good picking. The season prices were HSc. to i 1 pair. Pure White Jersey Vests at 1SJ, 19, 25 and 88c. each. And they're gnhd ones. Ecru at the same prices if you'd rather hare them. Temple St. elde. Men's Furnishings Fancy Suspenders with wire buckles, good webs and drawer supporters, nc. a pair for Saturday. Fast black Balbriggan and leather colored Hose, 2 thread and double sole, I2c a pair. Men's Outing Shirts with yoke, well made and fast col ors, for Saturday, 39c. each. Chapel St. Corner Entrance, Right. Silk-slide, No. 4 Silk Plisses in maze and white, blue and white, and pink and white, 27 inches wide, 50c a yd. intrinsically worth double. I 1 The lustrous black Brocaded Taffe tas sold brilliantly, but there are some choice pieces left at 6S and 75c. a yd. fw ... . . We think that our prices on Parasols for Saturday, will be your prices. Main Entrance, About Blue Serges. There are many kinds, 1 M many grades, some wear to look well, some do not. AGOODBlu Serge stands , at the top of all the light-weight fabrics for gentlemen's wear. Just at present we are having a re markably large busi ness on our $15.00 Blue Serge Suits. Not a par ticularly low price, but intrinsically cheap, for it is unquestionably the best Blue Serge brought out' this season. C; E. L0NGLEY & CO., 101, 103 and 105 Churcli Street, 3ST3EJ-W 3EI.T7"33W, OONBT. riore Millinery Trimmed Hats for Ladies, Misses and Children that have sold for more than twice the price quoted $l.po, $2.00, $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00 each. Black and Colored Straw Hats that were 50 cents to $1-5? each, selling off at 25c. each. Tne Sailors of senet, shell and milan braid, that were 50c. feach, Selling off at t 38c. each. Ribbons for which 20 cents was a fair price, Gros Grain Rose Bud Dresden Ribbon, and Black Satin and Gros Grain Ribbon, 2 to 3 inches wide, all silk selling off at 10c, a yd. i Our Bathing Suits for men and women are made service able, as well as. stylish. Furthermore, we are not greedy, about prices. io and 15 cent Novels at 5c each on Barprain Table, No. 2. Children's Gloves at 9 cts. a pair on Bargain Table, No, I. WAX POLISH OIL For floors in Stores, Banking Houses and Public Buildings wherever a clean oil waxed surface is desired. No dust will arise from sweeping. "WAX1NE" for Kitchen Floors. CALL FOE CIRCULAR. TilB WOlCQlt k PfflSt k 93 CROWN STREET. White Duck Pants. Vhite Duck, lite M, lite Dud, lite Duelt, White Disk, Striped Duck, 50 c. 75c. S1.00. Si.,59 S2.59. S1.5Q. GEEAT TAITTE. lore than 400 pairs sold last week, j lengths 30 to 39 inches; Waists 28 to 44 inches. . i On All Kinds of Plain White CROCKERY A Discount of 20 Per Cent. WILL be allowed from the regular cash price until July 15th, at ROBINSON & CO. ! CHURCH STBGET. Do n'dt forget that we sell Trunks. Our as sortment is large and prices reasonable. The Burgess Fur & Hat Co., 7.11 CWAPTYTj STREET. SpencecMatShews &Cq CHEMICALS. 2J. State Street 243 KETW HAYEN.CT. This Week WE SELL Best Flour $4.50 bbl. j Farcy Roll Batter 24s. New Salmon 13c. Kew Lobster 20c. R. W. MILLS, Q82 State Street. TRUNKS 767-771 Chapel St. FOR SATURDAY. July 13th. SILK WAISTS. We wish to clean up the stock, so out they go, as fol lows: Black and Navy' India Silk Waists, also light Fancy Silk Waists, all of these are $3.98 to $7.50 values.' Satur day they go at $1.98 each. Ribbons. For Saturday only, a small lot of fine Fancy Ribbons in 3 to 5 inch widths our 50 to 75c. goods, at 25c per yard. Glove Bargain. 4-button Glacd Kid Gloves, good shades, stylish embroid; ery, regular price, $1.00. On Saturday, only 67c. per pair. Duck .Suits. We wish to call attention, to our Duck Suits. We have the leading styles and the nattiest suits. 1 hey re selling last at $1.25, $1.75 and, $2.25 each. Great Reductions. Men's Balbrigan Under shirts and Drawers in- every size, as a special bargain to close, while they last, at 25c each. Also Ladies' Fast , Black Hose, fine guage, double sole, spliced heel; cannot be matched for less than 50c. per pr. Our, price, 35c pair, 3 pairs for $1.00 while they last. 500 , colored Pictures 11x14 size, in-white enamelled rames; large variety of sub jects, for Saturday only . 15c. each. H0WE&STETS0N Each Season Has its Distinct Palatable Meats and Products. Now is the natural time for Spring Lamb, Mint Sauoe and Green Feas. American Wonder, Telephone and Ad- - vance Peas are now m their prime. If vou want Game or Poultry, try our Spring Chickens, Spring Ducklings or Squabs. We kill these every day. We use no Iced Poultry. Do not use any but freshest Fruits and Vegetables. Such goods are our specialties. 350 and 352 STATE STREET. BUMMEB EBICES. For the next 3u days Low Prices will pro vail at , Bepr's Photo Parlors, 760 Chapel Street. All Photos at One half thcprtcescliarg ed eifowhere, either by Dnyli?lit or our Patent Electric Liifht up to 0 o'clock every evening. Gallery es tablished 40 years. BURT PACKARD'S t A Handsome $1,03 in Patent Leather. .G. H. AYER3, 814 Chapel Strat Mi Hart Co I V