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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1806.
fjtXisccUiiuccws. About Steamer Rugs and Steamer Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases. Call and vc will tell it you. It is about prices. THEN, We have a story about Straw Hats, interesting to you, or it may be a Cap would be your need, OTHER Good things we have are Umbrellas and Gloves, Soft Huts. 796 Chapel Street. CABINET AND HARD WOOD WORK. ALSOSAWiNG. TURNING, And Jobbing in Wood of all kinds. EDWARD P. BRETT, Builder, 10 Artisan Street. ( Telephone 253-13. NO SHOE'S COOL or comfortable either, that cripples the feet Elegance if you like, but easeful ele gance for hot weather, above all. Here's some real ''summer comfort," soft, cool and flexible fellows, crowded full of style and service. Cameleopard Oxfords, $3.00. Splendidly cool and flexi ble broad " common sense " toes great lookers and wearers. "Vici" Kid Oxfords. Hand welts, smooth in soles, common sense toes as handsome a hot weather shoe as any man need wish to wear. COMPLETELY READY to give you a personal introduction ' to them and plenty more of fthe choicest of the "Summer Shoe" novelties. Nothing ever comes our shoe way that you can't faith to for . pin your ilHlM! 842-846 TfSfUpet &Vuxt Do 11 in Do you know that we are showing the largest line of Furniture to be found. We have eight floors devoted especially to the Furniture business which are constantly packed with Furniture) that our line comprises everything requisite to furnish your house completely; that our prices cannot be beat by any similar house in the city; that If you are looking for bargains here is the place to come; that we are selling Woven Wire Cots for $1.19, or with ft good Mattress complete for $2.88; Allover Lace Web Spring Bed for $3.25, reduced from $6.00. Chamber Suites 24x30 plate glass, large Bed, Bureau and Commode, for J13.98. Porch Shades run like this: 6x8, 83c; 8xS, $1.08; 8x10, $1.40; 10x12, $2.20. Porch Settees, Rockers and Chairs. Large Reed back Rocker $1.98. Parlor and Dining Room Furniture. See our line of Dining Room Chairs, all styles. We are selling solid Oak box seat Leather Dining Room Chairs for $ 2.50; from that down to 60c. H. B. ARMSTRONG fc CO., 8997 Orange Street, BARGAINS For The WEEK : 5 lbs of Rack Steak for 25c. Nice Ham for 10c lb. Smoked Shoulders 8 c lb. Corned Beef 2c lb. Chickens and Fowls 12c lb. Elgin Butter 20c lb, Cooking Butter 13c lb. Fresh Eggs, 22 for 25 c. Rememberthe Last Hour Markdown Sale. Kew Haven Public Market, 300 State street. Telephone 779. The Chatf ield Paper Co. J Jg?02 1 I State street. Most Complete Line of Paper and Twine in ihe State. gamut vies. DO YOU WANT Mr Carpets Briiiri, The Moths Killed, and the Dust Removed ' WE CAN DO IT. Lace Curtains Of he finest qualities cleaned without injury We are especially fitted up for this irork. Dyeing and Cleaning OX Men's Suits and Overoouts, Ladled Drcessea, etc Laundering Of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underclothing. THE FORSYTH CO., FOFJCES 878 CHAPEL STREET, M5 ' " 23 BROAD WAT, STATE, LAWRENCE and MECHANIC STREETS. Telephone 654-2 and 3 , Summer " Slipper-Shoe, $3.50. Dark Tan Vici Kid low cut Congress Gaiters all the slipper comfort and sir et soles. Russia Calf Oxfords, $3.00. Common Sense last The " Oxford " of all " Ox fords " for summer ease and elegance. thorough service. m mm 1 Bny Mfc? coKCTicrr democrats '171 A'i It VOX '.' .V Tl OS l V I A II . niii aui.tt si l it a i: it. If logutoy lileotwd to the Niltliitnll ( oiivell tioii ami a Platform Opposing tho l-'reo and Vnliuiitml Coinage of Silver Adopted A Double -Money Standard, the I'lat l'orm Says, is ImpoHslblo Chairman Cary TnlUs for a Gold Standard -Speeeh by ex-Governor Waller-The New Haven l'art of the Proceedings. Hartford, June 10. -The democratic state convention to adopt a platform and elect delegates to the national con vention at Chicago was culled to order at the Auditorium at 10:45 o'clock this morning by Chairman Clinton Ji. Davis of the state central committee. There were probably 450 of the 570 delegates present. The stage and boxes were dec orated with flags and a large flag with the stele coat of arms hung behind the chairman's desk. The convention elected the following' delegates to the national convention at Chicago, the list being the same as published in yesterday's "Courier," all except one( Houlihan) not then decided upon: Delegates at large Miles B. Preston of Hartford, J.ynde Harrison of Guil ford, Thomas M. Waller of New Lon don, James AUlis of Torrington. District delegates: First congressional district E. D. Coogan of Windsor Locks, Lyman T. Tinglcr of Vernon. Second district William Kennedy of Naugatuck, Charles B. Butler of MUl dletown. Third district W. II. Shields of Nor wich, Frederick A. Morrell of rutnam. Fourth district Charles P. Lyman of Washington, Michael J. Houlihan of Newtown. .Tames A. Hynes of Waterbury acted as secretary of the convention, and read the call and the names of the vice presidents and members of the com mittee on permanent organization, cre dentials and resolutions, one from each senatorial district on each committee. There were no traces tyi the conven tion of the hard light in the Second congressional district last night which resulted in the nomination of Lynde Harrison of Guilford as delegate at. large from that district. Neither was there noted any effects of the fight in Fairfield county, which lasted until 2:30 o'clock in the morning and which was continued at 0 o'clock and resulted in the nomination of Michael F. Houlihan of Newtown as delegate from Fairfield county over Zalmon Goodsell of Bridge port by a vote of 33 to 29. MR. GARY'S ADDRESS. Chairman Davis presented the Hon. Melbert B. Cary of Ridgcfield as tem porary chairman of the convention, who spoke as follows: "The impending, campaign will be a battle royal between the two great par ties. The Issues Involved are worthy of our most thoughtful consideration, and let U9 never lose sight of the fact that the action we take this day may be the deciding factor In the two great strug gles that are to follow: One in Chicago next month, and the other all over this land on November 3. "The issue of the presidential elec tion of 1S96 is not the tariff, although our friends upon the other side, In the hope of reaping advantage from the financial panic which they themselves brought on, are very desirous that the people of the country should consider that the tariff is involved. That ques tion was settled four years ago, when it was the supreme issue, and was de cided in our favor by one of the largest majorities that was ever given by the electoral college. "The real issue which is to be decided this fall, and the one which the business men of this country are determined to have settled, is the one involving the currency of the nation, the life blood of our domestic and foreign commerce. Serves are weak, many people snv. and yet they do not seem to know that they are literally Mni'vimj their nerves. Weak, pale, thin blood can not five proper sustenance Hint is why you are nervous, tired, exliauslei The cure for tins condition is (o purify, vitalize and enrich vour Moot Take Hood's Siii'sapnnlla fairlv and faithfully, and the rich, red blood, which it, makes, will soon feed tin nerves the elemenis of true s(reii"lh they require; they will cease their aiii tation and w iii resume their proper place being' under the con'rol in stead of controliinff the brain and body. Head Miss Hartley's letter: "I wnnt to express my gratitude for what Hood's Saraaparilla has done lor me. My health lias been very poor for three years, due to trouble with my I was nervous, bad rutins in my back. I cannot tell what 1 suffered. My eyesight became affected and I was so despondent I did not have any interest in life. I hud two physicians, but my complaints be came worse. 1 was t old that I was affected with Bright'a disease. A relative urged me to try Hood's finrsaparilla. I did so and in a short time I began to notico a change in my condition. Things began to appear brighter, my eyes improved and did not trouble roe so severely. My appe tite returned and I gained strength every day. I am now able to do my own work, and feel perfectly well. I cannot find words to express my gratitude for what Hood's Sarsapnrilla has done for me and I gladlv recommend it." Miss Ella Bart LEY, 213! S. Grant Ave., Columbus, Ohio. Sarsaparilla Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists. SI. Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass. j 1 1 rii c,,re Urer Ills; easy to MOOCl S Pi IIS take. csy to operate. 25c. If!;!! n. m EjP if i w dm1 This is a question, it Is true, upon which both parties are .somewhat divided among themselves, and for that reason it is of the utmost Importance that lie; democracy of Connecticut shall an nounce its views in clear, positive and ringing tones that shall leave no doubt of its position or of what it proposes to do. "Let us make up our minds what Is right, what is honest, what Is best for the country and announce that as our ultimatum. Let us tell the. people tliat we art; done with the depreciated sli ver dollar. "Tell them that a double standard is impossible,' that it is a contradiction of terms, merely a. trick of words without any meaning; that we do not bellevo in a double standard In currency uny more than in morals or in business; that the only men in business who use a douhlo standard are those who put sand in their sugar and have one stand ard of weight for buying and another for selling. Let us tell them that all this talk about International bimetal lism Is a delusion and a snure, and that they might as well attempt to roll back, the broad waters of our mighty Con necticut as to induce England and Ger many to depart from the single gold standard and adopt the standard of In dia, China, Mexico and South America. "Toll them that all attempts to regu late by law the actual or relative values of gold and silver are futile and absurd. Let us tell them that they do not wish the government to make 50 cents' worth of silver legal tender for a dollar, and that we do not wish to be compelled to take such money In payment for our wages, our goods or our crous. Four years ago in this very hall we adopted as our national platform these words: 'We demand a safe currency re deemable In gold, the standard money of the world,' thus absolutely commit ting the party to the single gold stand ard. Let us fight It out on this line and we are bound to win in the end, for any other standard is undemocratic, unjust and dishonest. "Let us heed the teachings of a demo crat, one who for three successive terms was elected governor of a strong re publican state, and who served in that capacity without leaving a single flaw upon his record, the ex-governor of Massachusetts, William Eustis Russell. 'Do not nominate a man who re fuses to say where he stands upon this great question of the currency or upon any other question that Is vital to the interests of the country. Do not name a. man who is a great unknown, tne apotheosis of mystery; do not name the darkest horse of the century; do not nominate a tongue-tied Napoleon; do not nominate a man of whom California will approve on a bimetallic platform, of whom Vermont will approve on a strictly gold platform. "Do not nominate a Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde sort of man for the presidency. "The Issue must be met, it is bound to be settled right, and it is going to be settled now for all time, for this is a question of national honor, a question of the honest payment of the country s debt. "Never since the great issue of slav ery was finnlly decided have the politi cal questions confronting the state and the nation been of greater importance than those which demand your consid eration to-day, and, gentlemen, the moral side, as well as the practical side of all these Issues IS with the demo cratic party. "In formulating your views and an nouncing your position, therefore, let no thought of political expediency or cowardly compromise swerve you from what you know is right. "Make a brave and honest platform, one that will satisfy the old-time de mocracy; one that will hold the inde pendent vote; one that will appeal to the young men who are just beginning to take an interest In Ihe affairs of the state; one that will solidify the de mocracy of Connecticut, and nominate as your standard bearers fearless and upright men who represent principles; then go forth to the conflict feeling as sured that sooner or later the people will find out what Is right and. will re ward your efforts with victory." Mr. Cary spoke but briefly when tak ing the position of permanent chairman. lie said it was proper to call on some of the sages of the party and he re quested Governor Waller to address the convention.. The suggestion was greeted witli loud and continued applause, which Increas ed in volume when Governor Waller ap peared on the stage. The speech of the ex-governor was one of hit best efforts, and in frequent instances he brought down the house. He said: We have come together at as critical a time in the affairs of our country, and of our political organization, as has oc curred in our history since the civil war, and it behooves us as citizens and as partisans to realize the danger that threatens us and to be prepared to con front it as thoughtful, honest and deter mined men should. The two great political parties of the country meet In their respective con ventions to nominate their candidates and formulate their platforms within the next thirty days. Hut it will be comparatively of little Importance to (he welfare of the country who our can dldates are, .or what their platform may he, if they fail to declare in plain, straightforward, honest Kurdish, in the favor of g"ld as the standard coin of the country, and against repudiation in whatever guise it may appear, or form It may assume, or if they fail to put in nomination candidates who can without denying their records, accept such decla ration and pledge themselves if need be, and they are invested with power to veto any legislation that purposes to Appreciate our currency, repudiate our obligations, public or private, or to make except for subsidiary use, a sil ver dollar intrinsically worth less than a dollar in gold. If both conventions act with such wisdom, all danger will be past. The commercial credit of our country will be re-established with electrical rapidity the world over, and the pros perity that will follow will be felt long before the election in November in ev ery enterpiise, occupation and home in the land, and prosperity, too, that will endure even republican success in the canvass and that would be impaired but not blighted, if the old fashioned tariff for protection with all its frauds and extortions should again be inflicted on us. There are issues of expediency and principle upon which the great parties differ and upon which they cannot ar ray themselves against each other in the impending political contest. F.ut on the issue of issues, honest money ar.d honest dealing, they should stand to gether for the honor of the country in the face of the world. (Continued oa Third Page.) 1 W. THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT WATER. Bottled at the UJ HUNYADI Springs, Buda Pest, Hungary, Uniitr the absolute control of lite Royal Hungarian Chemical Inst Hut (Ministry of Agriculture), Buda Ptst. "We know of no stronger or more favourably constituted Natural Aperient Water than that yielded by the Uj Hunyadi Springs." APPROVED BY THE ACADEMIE DE MEDECINE, FARIS. Prices : 10 cents and 25 cents por bottle. C-V ALL DRUGGISTS AND MINERAL WATER DEALERS. Full Analysis and additional Testimony and Information supplied Iiy CHS. GRAEF & CO., 32, Beaver Street, New York, Sole Agents of THE A POLLINA RI S COMPANY, LIMITED. riutt Leaves for St. Louis. New York, June 10. The ferryboat which left the foot of Liberty street at 10 o'clock this morning, connecting with the express train of the Baltimore and Ohio line, carried the Hon. T. C. Piatt on the first stage of his Journey to St. Louis. Mr. Piatt, accompanied by Charles W, Hackett, chairman of the republican state committee; Benjamin B. Odell and Loui3 F. Payn left the Fifth avenue ho tel in a carriage shortly before 9:30 a. m. They stopped for a moment at Mr. Piatt's office at 49 Broadway, and then drove to the ferry. A few of the other delegates who will start for St. Louis on Friday were awaiting them, and crossed the river In their company. A special private car on the fast train was reserved for Mr. Piatt and his party. They are due to arrive in St. Louis to-morrow night. Rooms have been reserved in St. Louis for Mr. Piatt and his party at the Southern hotel. McKinley'a Private Wive. Canton, O., June 10. Major McKln- ley's private secretary, James Boyle, will leave to-day for Columbus; from there he will go to St. Louis. Mrs. Mc Kinlcy left yesterday for Columbus to visit friends. Major McKinley will re main In Canton until after the conven tion. A private wire connects his res idence with M. A. Hanna's rooms in the Southern hotel, St. Louis, and there will be constant communication be tween the two. w Metal for Small Coins. Wasiugton, June 10. Mr. Kern, pop., of Nebraska, was absent from his post of duty when the house met at 10 o'clock this morning in further continu ation of the legislative day of Satur day, and although there were less than fifty members present several measures were disposed of without objection. Among these was a resolution offered by Mr. C. W. Stone, rep., of Pennsylva nia, that the secretary of the treasury be requested to communicate to the house at the beginning of the next ses sion such information as he may have or may bo able to obtain meantime as to the comparative merits and advant ages of pure nickel, nickel alloy, alum inium combined or alloyed with other metals, and of copper bronze as ma terial for our minor coins; arid for the purpose of making such information as full and complete as possible the sec retary of the treasury is authorized to have struck such experimental minor coins of the metals mentioned, pure and in combination with other metals, as he may deem necessary and proper, and Is requested to communicate to the house the results and conclusions de rived from such experimental coinage. J.I CIUItlC OS VI HA. By Hon. S. P. C. Henriquos at the Repub lican Lensue. Hon. S. P. C. Henriques, ex-United States consul to Cuba, will give a lec tureon"Cuba" this (Thursday) evening, June 11, at the republican league. Mr. Henriques has been ten years in the United States consular service in Cuba and will explain the social, commercial and political affairs of the island. Members of the league, their families and friends are cordially invited. EVERY FAMILY SHOULD KNOW THAT, Js a rerr remarkable remnfr, frrt tor nt Tl-RHAl, and EXTERNAL use. f won derful la its quick action tc teliere distress. Pain-Killer U;r,?c:X: 'Mil s, D1nrrhrn, Dysentery, Cramps Cholera and ail Howl Complaints. P hl-K'tflff THE BEST rrm fttlillVJI JvFe(Iy known for te R'ivUnc? Hick llenrinchc, Pnln In the ftnekor Sftto, Khrtunutism&nd Neuralgia. MA UE. U bring itirvrfv nrf prrmannt relief In nil cftrs of ilruiacHi Cutn, Sprains, tfwer Bur;, Ac. Dof l" th wll trtM nd f dilklmklllt,r trusted friend of the Mrrhnnlct Fiirmpr, Pinntor, Snllnr, nd In fact ail claws wanting a medicine always al bend, and tu' to its' infernally or externally with certainty of rrttcf. IS RECOMMENDED By Phystrlftns, by Wtionar1ef. by 3finttertt bj Mechanic, by Xursr in Hoxpitct BY EVERYBODY. D9ir-fltf1 is Metl!cInCbtfhl ra.lZMmrlMM CI it, and lew vessels leave port without a supply of It. No family can ailorrt to ce wltbont tbls Invaluable r-mtMy tn tbp home, It price brings tt within the reach of nil, an.l it wiii anmutUy save many times its cnat in dov '-''' F.ewar of Irritations Take aoiiS but tbe geXiUiQS "FZJELXY 1MV13." Royal Councillor, Af.A, Protestor or Chemistry, and Director of the Koyal Hungarian Statt Chemical Institute (Almiskv of Agriculture), Buda Pat. Venezuelan Boundary Dispute. r ' London, June 10. The Westminster Gazette says that valuable documents, strongly corroborative of the British case In the Venezuela boundary dis-' pute, were discovered in the Vatican during a search for data made in the historical records of the Jesuits. EVERY DAY NEED. No. 2, $6.79 No. 3, $7.49 No. 4. $8.89 No. 5, $10.75 No. 6, $14.50 Hard mod Refrigerators. A large stock makes it necessary )to sacrifice. ' 20 per cent. Discount from Regular Prices this week only. Gasoline Stoves at your own figure. Oil Stoves Must go. Prices are low enough. 111 H, fiOBBfflf, 6 Church Street. Open Every Evening. TELEPHONE 180-3. gvouistmis, A'c. Palace Market. IF you want to Imy cheap and save money, com hero. Wc soil limbinir but the best at lowest possible prices. You can buy a nice Turkey or Chicken (or 12 or 14c lb ; nroileis and Squabs, fresh killci ; finest Uoasts and Steaks from best quality Beef; als) Lamb, Veal and Mutton. All kinds Vesr (rt-ablos. Fruits, etc. Durham Creamery I utter nnd fresh KiTiS daily. An I a full line of fresh Coined ttoods. ffOrders delivered promptly. E.SCHOENBRKGKH&RON, 8.iH,IW Georprc street. Now We Are In It. 2 ALIKOKNIA Peaches. Plums, Pears. Apricots and Cherries. orida Honey and Peento Peaches. Pine. apples and Watermelons. Lartre purcnases irom auction. Prices yery reasonable. Judson's Only Fruit Store, Wij i napei street. oston Baked Beans. Picnic size 5c, fl for 25c. Don't go to the shore without a can of beans. ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER. Are you buying your butter of us? If not, you don't know what you miss. The finest Elgin Creamery only 20rb. And the finest Creamery Prints 23e. We guarantee the above butter to be the finest Table Butter obtainable. PINEAPPLES FOR CANNING. Only 95c dnz. for large sized Pines; 9e each, and 3 for 25c. Large Lemons 10c doz. Oranges 20c, SO and 35c doz. Finest Persian Dates only 4c It). Evaporated Nectarines only 5c lb. Big bargain. Full line of Vegetables at lowest priegs. This is the season for Frank Par son's Specialties. Sure Death to Water- bugs. Goodbye to Bedbugs and Ants Fatal Food for Rats and Mice, Buffalo Death for Carpctbugs and Moths. D. M. WELCH & SON, 23 and 30 Congress Avenue, Breaches lToCatnpbell Avenue, West Ha von 8 Grand Avenue, i'atr Haven ielephoae-wl. Mrirata. ?vo vis to us, Sic, Beef, Veal, Mutton i'resh fish, Oysters and Soollops. LlTCIIFUSLl) Chickens, Turkeys and Duoks. FRESH VEGETABLES. Boston Lettuce and Cucumbers. STArLlfi GROCERIES TABLE LUXURIES and DELICACIES. HURLBTJRT BROS., 1074 CHAPEL STREET TIE 1. 1. HESB1T CO., Church and Elm Streets, Headquarters FOR Choice Family Supplies. Beef, Lamb and Veal Fancy Poultry and Game. Boston Lettuce, Boston Cucumbers. Fresh Mushrooms, Celery, Cauliflower, eta Fruits and Grocer es Telephone 860. NEW CROP Ponce Molasses ! We offer an invoice Fancy Ponoej Molasses, in hhds and tieroes, of the well known brand A. & Co., ex Brig Venturer, now discharging at Long wnarr. samples ready oa tne vtn. Low prices. J.D. DEWELL& CO, IMPORTERS, 239 Stata Street New Haven NATIVE Lettuce, Radishes, ' ' -n- , Pieplant and Dandelions. SOUTHERN Strawberries, Tomatoes, Beets, J Cucumbers, Onions, l v Spinach, Asparagus. These goods fresh dally. E. E. NICHOLS. 378 State st. Ti Ota Hear Of a Drive in Wines, par ticiilarly (Jlarets. Our Wines need no driving, as the quality is always of that -same high standard, whioh ap- . peal to the good judgment of the consumer. . True economy rests not in price alone, but in quality at a fair price. GILBERT & THOMPSON. Big Ones, Little Ones, Sliced, Whole Ones, HalfOnesJ Hams Are Cheap, Hams Are Good. BOOTH MEAT COJ Native Pork Wa Have It. DO YOU WANT A REAL good OoloniTea for B0 cents nound t This is the olaoe to find i Many people are uslna and nraislnsr it: othei Tests equnlly (rood. Some extra" EngllsH Hreaklast (the most difficult to nnd tbatl really prood) vou will find here also. , THE D. S. COOPER CO. Telephone 51'!-3. 470 Btate street. The Place for Ton to Bid Your Choice Butter 13 AT E.H. CLARK'S, No. 2 Whitney Avenue Five lb Prints for $1.00, or 22c lb; or 5 lb box for 98c, full weight. my4 STORAGE. ! SIEDLEY BEOS, k CC 171 Brewery Street, j j Office 313 State stree. Jfeit Haren Cremation Socieli FOR PARTICULARS ADDRE33 j ERNEST FASCH, Sec'y, lot Chestnut Street. . - j on 4 " i FRANK A. HERMANCE. uuli c'u&satf wa Howard Avenue HAMS, IIS HAMS.