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N EAV HAVENi fflOBKIG JOUIiSL AKV C013KIER. 'I III RSDAY. JUNK 17 1 897.
CARD. The fact is we have about $15,000 worth more stock than we should have at this time. The surplus must he sold by July 4th. The prices we have made in order to reduce our stock will show a large loss, hut that we cannot help, as our whole aim is to get the goods out of the store. C. E. LONGLEY & CO. CARD. You will find this a rare opportuni ty to clothe yourself and boys at the lowest prices ever made on good, hon est, reliable, up-to-date clothing. At no time since we commenced business in New Haven have we offered such wonderful values as we do now. Re member the early buyers get the best choice. C. E. LONGLEY & CO. C. E. LONGLEY & CO. t Sell About $15,000 Worth of Ilea's ni Boys' Suits Before July (tl. This is a Big Undertaking, But le Ire Equal to the Occasion. Read the Following Carefully. MEN'S SUTS. If you are looking for a good, ,jw iwistiksj. vj uil a ui a. small amount of money, you can find it in this Jot. We have about 1 50 Suits, all sizes, but not all sizes of a kind; suits that we have sold this sea son for $8.50 to $12. We offer now to Q r r r close for PO,UU 150 Suits, strictly all wool Scotch Mixtures, new col orings and effects, heavy serge linings, all new goods for this season's trade, made to sell for $12 and $13.50, and worth it, to be sold ?o7 $7.50 C. E. LONGLEY &. CO., 101-103-105 Church St., NEW HAVEN, SVDDESJ.Y CALLED. Miss Mary F. Hovey Dies Last Week Quite Suddenly Sketch of a Useful Career A Sister of Itev. Mr. Hovey, Former Pastor 1 of the Second Church. Fair Haven. - A Crawfordsville, Ind., paper has the following: The city -was quite shock ed Friday morning to hear of the death of Miss Mary P. Hovey, which occurred ehortly after 12 o'clock in the night. The cause of her death was heart disease, ehe having been afflicted with that complaint for five years. She went east last fall and remained until Feb iruary, when she returned to Craw fordsville. She had not been at all well during her visit and was quite iteeble upon returning home. Miss Hovey was a daughter of the late Prof. E. O. Hovey, one of the foun ders of the Wabash college, and a man whose useful life was given to the up building of the institution. She was a Bister of Rev. Dr. H. C. Hovey for a number of years pastor of the Second Congregational church, Fair Haven, Conn., now of Newburyport, Mass. Miss Hovey was born here September 28, 1838, in the house in which she died, and here passed her girlhood, her ed ucation being solicitously attended to (by her parents. She continued her studies after her graduation and be gan teaching. She was a graduate of Ohio female college, Cincinnati. She was elected to a chair in the agricul tural college at Manhattan, Kan., and lachieved a notable success there. Her (appointment as a professor in the state agricultural college of Manhattan, a position that she -held for three years, was probably the first of its kind in Ibis country and attracted much ma lice at the time on that account. She also taught for two years in the school on Quinnipiac street, New Haven, and one year in Guilford, Conn. After a several years' stay in Man hattan she returned to Crawfordsville and opened a private school for young ladies, which proved a very successful venture. Her school was a very popu lar ,one and was continued until about a year ago, when her failing health necessitated its discontinuance. Scores cf the ladies of this city attended Miss Hovey's school and all attest her excel lence and the high standard of scholar ship which she maintained. Miss Hovey was one of the most prominent members of the Center Pres byterian church and her church rela tions were not only consistent in her liv ing and attendance.but she was besides a tireless worker in all branches of church work. She was for many years president of the Ladies' Missionary so ciety and retired from that position within the last few months, her health not allowing her to perform the nu merous duties attaching to the of fice. She was a member of the Athen ian Literary .society and her liberal education and her intellectuality gave Jier high rank there. Miss Hovey was a woman of extra- Will CXEA.BS OUT Bed Bugs, Flies, Cockroaches, Ants, Beetles, Waterbugs, Insects, Rats, Mice, &c. 15c. Druggists, 155I-KJUID. Also Bough on Porn Salve and Plasters. ROUGH - 2!S8, worms in a few hours. Kicetotake. IntaMetana KuW form. 35c E.&WK1LS, Jersey City, !. J. ROUGH on H'SEiK? aulck, effect, cafe relief At Druggists er bv iaU. E. S. WELm, Jersey City, J. lATIRHON iHSTANTREUErtO ENGLISH SERGE SUITS. 195 Suits, smooth faced blue English Serge, warranted fast color, with heavy serge lining, piped with satin, in single breasted Sacks, sizes 34 to 50, made in our own work-rooms in the most thorough manner. The usual retail price for this grade is $15. They are going now for $8.50 143 Suits, Scotch Tweeds and Novelty Plaids, all new high grade fabrics, many of them equal to custom work. Made to sell for $15, now afred $8,50 C. E. LONGLEY & CO., 101-103-105 Church St., NEW HAVEN. ordinary excellence of character and lived a life so busy and so useful that its impress will long be felt in the j community in which her lot was cast. ' She was frank and honest, kind heart ed and devout and her life was the ex emplification of the professions which she made. She has not a living relative in Craw fordsville. Her father died in 1876 and her mother several years later. Her only brother has a family of three chil dren, and these are her only relatives. Still many mourn her as sincerely as relatives are mourned, for she was a good woman, whose deeds live after her. Her funeral occurred at her late resi dence on College Hill. It was con ducted by Rev. A. J. Alexander as sisted by Dr. S. V. Leech and Dr. E. B. Thomson. Dr. J. F. Tuttle delivered a short address also. The pall bearers were Professor J. L. Campbell, Profes sor H. Z. McLaln, T. H. Ristine, O. M. Gregg, Dr. C. L. Thomas and R. M. Hills. Her brother; Rev. Dr. Hovey, was present. By her will, which was admitted to probate last Tuesday, she leaves $506 to the board of home missions of the Presbyterian church of the United States, $25 to Mrs. Murray Hills and $200 to each of the children of her brother, Rev. Dr. Horace C. Hovey. All the residue of her estate, both real and personal, is left to Horace C. Ho vey. FUNERAL OF JEDEDIAH WILCOX. The funeral of Jededlah Wilcox, who died at Louisville, Ky., was held at his late home, No. 70 Howe street, at 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon and was very largely attended. Several Meriden men were present. The following were bearers from Meriden: H. H. Miller, C. H. Collins, Eli E. Merriman and John L. Billard. There were many handsome floral tributes, among them one large design from Wilcox hose company No. 4 of Meriden, a large "4" with the company's name inscribed in immortelles, also "Meriden, Conn." THE MARRIAGE MARKET. (Continued from Fourth Page.) the kind, but are only trying to get their daughters "comfortably settled" a very natural and very sensible action. In truth there is more foolish nonsense written about the marriage market than on any other subject under heav en. In the first place, the analogy is al together a. false one. How can a person be said to sell when she gets nothing by the sale, for except in very rare cases the mother gets nothing tangible by her daughter's marriage? Of course, occa sionally a mother does force her daugh ter to marry a rich man against her will, or insists upon her abandoning a poor one. As a rule, however, it Is the want of money sufficient to keep a wife, not the machinations of the mother, which defeats the poor man. If, though poor, he is in a position to mar ry, and the young woman is really anx ious to become his wife, the mother may tell her daughter she is an idiot, but she can do little else. Very often we may suspect that the tales of the mothers selling their un happy daughters to wealthy men. and so robbing the poor of their natural prizes, are Invented by the poor men as salves to their wounded feelings. It is pleasanter to think that the girl was sold by her mother than to admit that, when she had to face the question of living with Mr. Brown in a hut on water and a crust, she concluded that it was not worth while. No doubt a certain amount of the London festivities are primarily ar ranged to give young people the chance of seeing each other, but to call this a female slave market is mere midsum mer madness. The truth about the whole question is, we believe, something of this kind. A certain number of women marry solely for love; a certain and perhaps larger number marry for reasons in which love and the desire to have a home of their own and money of their own are mixed up. Another small section mar ry purely from reasons of ambition, usually of a pecuniary kind i. e., with the idea of becoming great personages through, marriage. As a. rule, however, MEN'S SUITS. 238 Suits in Fancy Worsteds, Cheviots, Silk Mixtures and Scotch Plaids, in light, dark and medium colors. Make and trim equal to custom. Sold this season for $15, $18 and $20, and good val ues at these prices. Your 1ZL $9-50 119 All Wool Scotch. Suits, in light and dark mixtures, as good styles as we have in our stock and suits that sell everywhere for $10, now teTCd $6.50 C. E. LONGLEY & CO., 101-103-105 Church St., NEW HAVEN. these mercenary marriages are made 1UJL vy a, uei&uui inuLiici wnu wiouna to sell her daughter, but by a designing or rather ambitious girl who deliberate ly wishes to climb the world's ladder by marriage. The girls who deliberately try to bet ter their position by marriage are, how ever, by no means necessarily despica ble people. A few are. Those, for ex ample, who deliberately marry rich men of known bad character, very old men of feeble intellect, or men they dis like. The majority, however, are very like the ambitious men who deliberately prefer getting on by marriage to mar rying for other considerations, and so choose a rich wife. Theoretically, these must be rather unpleasant and repul sive people. As a matter of fact, how ever, they are often nothing of the kind, and end by making good husbands. So it Is with thousands of the girls who are said to sell themselves for money. We do riot, of course, Want to defend mer cenary marriages, and we detest the notion of girls being brought up to think that money is the only object in life. It is, however, absolutely necessa ry to speak out about the current cant concerning the marriage market. That, as a rule, is mere rhetoric, and, when it means anything, means that most natu rally mothers, other things 'being equal, rrefer that their daughters should be without pecuniary cares. Our Mrs. Bowling puts the feeling quite correctly when she says that if she does not know either of the men she prefers the rich one. Depend upon It, indigence and virtue are no more convertible terms than riches and vice. Spectator. JUNE PRE. Reductions on our line of Nottingham Laces. Prices range from 39c per pair upwards. Extra values at 90c, $1.00 and $1.25 per pair. Mattings. Straw and cotton warp mat tings that we have only one piece of a kind at 30 per cent, discount from regular prices. Just the thing you'll want for a summer floor covering. 3x6 Japanese Rugs, blue and white, Si. 75 each. 68, 70, 72 Orange Street. Open Monday and Saturday Evenings. THE RACYCLE. WHY NOT RIDE THE BEST J The Bacycle with Its narrow tread. Tha only Wheel on earth with chain and sprocket pull Inside the ball faces. Do yoa know what this means? Come In and ex amine It at 860 STATE STttEH'K. SILAS GALFIN. HORSES. Another carload just received. Draft, Coach and general pur pose Horses. All well broken and ready for use. SIEDLEY BEOS. & CO., 154 Brewery Street. CRASH SUITS. We have the largest line of these popular suits in the state. PRICES: $3.50, $4.00. $5.00 $6.00, $6.50, $7.00. Sizes 34 to 48. White Duck Trousers. ico pair at . . 50c a pair ioo nair at . . 75c a pair 350 pair at . . $1.00 a pair 100 pair at . . $1.50 a pair These prices are from 25 to 50 cents a pair less than the regular retail prices for the same qualities. C. E. LONGLEY & CO., 101-103-105 Church St., NEW HAVEN. Hicttclcs. . READY ! READY ! The New "Trinity" Racer, "A GENUINE BICYCLE," Has come into popular favor with a bound. 20. lbs (actual). Weight. 4 inch (actual) Tread. 2l2 inch Drop at Hanger. Options any color, any saddle, any tire, any anything. The MacGowan Cycle Co., 34 Center Street. TELEPHONE 15S-3. GREAT RUN ON BICYCLES. We are offering some very attractive Wheels at very at tractive prices this week. IT WILL PAY YOU to investigate. No "bargain counter," cheap job bicycles, nameless and fameless, but honest up-to-date standard bi cycles. You can get repairs and parts this year, next year, and as long as your wheel lasts. Crescents, Sterlings, Sracuses, United States, Princetons, Empires, Waltham Comets, and others. at prices $8, $10, $15, $19, $24, $25, $29, $33, $35, $40, etc. Five Elegant Tandems to Rent. HENRY H. GDEISEI, 6 Church Street. OPEN EVERY EVENING. Telephone 825-3. Sundries and Repairing. HEBE'S YOUR CHANCE! FOR THE BALANCE OP THIS MONTH WE WILL SELL CHARTER OAK BICYCLES FOB $45 Cash $45 We have a limited number of these excel lent wheels nnd It will be to your advan tage to examine them before buying. JOHN BROWN, ' 153-157 GEORGE ST BEET. Open evenings. BOYS' SUITS. 195 two-piece Short Pant Suits for Boys 7 to 16 years, strict ly all-wool. Sold this sea son for $5. Your choice now for $2.50 157 two-piece Short Pant Suits for Boys 7 to 16 years high grade goods, the new est paterns that have sold all the season for $6, $6.50 and $7. Your choice now for $3.50 109 REEFER SUITS for Boys 3 to 8 years made with extra wide collar and nicely braided. Suits that have sold through out the season for $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00. We now offer for 50 C. E. LONGLEY & CO., 101-103-105 Church St., NEW HAVEN. OF BICYCLES, STRICTLY HIGH GRADE, from our regular stock, $70.00, $60.00, $50.00. MEDIUM GRADE, $39.00, $37.50, $35.00, $30.00. Only a few left at these prices. A few exceptional bargains in second-hand bicycles. The VERU Bicycle & Rub ber Co., 156-158 Orange Street. Just nortt of Chapel St., Mew Haven. Conn. Call and See our Alert Special, Made by Packer Mfg. Co., $45.00. Also agents for I Howard, $100. Phoenix. $100. Packer, $60 to $100. Stormer, $60 to $75. All kinds of repairing on bicycles. R. J. KIRBY& CO., 180 Orange Street. Get My June Prices on a most reliable line of Bicycles. Personal guarantee against delay in replacement of de fective parts is a feature at 7 CENTER STKEET, 3 doors from Orange Street ARTHUR GBia&S. SPECIAL YOUTHS' SUITS. (Sizes 15 to 19 years.) 83 Suits in several different . lots all sizes but not all sizes of any one lot suita ble for business, traveling and vacation wear. The prices for these suits all the season have been $7.50, $8.50 and $10. To' close out all broken lots and re duce our stock, fl -your choice for rO FAUNTLEROY BLOUSES. 15 dozen colored Percale and White Lawn Blouses, 3 to 8 years, ruffles on collars, cuffs, also down the front, made to sell for 75c. Our price during. , Op this sale, 4OU C. E. LONGLEY & CO., 101-103-105 Church St., NEW HAVEN. STARIN'S NEW HAVKN TRANS POKTATION LINK. DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAYS. Steamer JOHN H. 6TAKIN, Captain Mo AllBter, leaves New Haven from Starln's Pier, foot of Brown street, at 10:15 p. m. Eundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Steam er "GLEN ISLAND," Captain Spoor, Mon. days, Wednesdays and Fridays. Tha ST AKIN leaves New York from Pier 13. North River, at 0 p. m. Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays. Tha "GLEN ISLAND,'-' Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fare 76c, excursion tickets $1.25. State rooms. $1.00. Tickets and stateroom! for sale at J. B. Jodiou's, 807 Chapel St.; Peck & Bishop's. 702 Chapel street; Tontine Hotel, and A. Goodman & Co.'s. Free stage leaves the depot on arrival ot Hartford train, and from corner of Church and Chapel streets every ball: hour, com mencing at 8:30 p. m. Through freight rates given and bills of lading Issued to points .West. Sooth and Southwest. O. H. FISHER, Agent. Order yoor freight via Starln Line. GLASGOW and NEW YORK ALLAN STATE LINE. The Steamers ol Wis luvorite Line sail from New York to Glasgow, calling' ut Mo Tille (Londonderry), every alternate Friday. Mongolian, June &Mongollan, July M Nebraska, July li.euraska, Aug. j CABIN I'ASSAGE: 45 to $35. single: $00 to $123.50 Return. , SECOND CABIN: $35, single; $64.12 Return. Steerage to Glasgow, Belfast, Londonder ry, Liverpool, London or Queenstown, 128.50. Any Scandinavian port, $28.50. For tickets, apply to M. B. Newton ec Co.. 68 Orange street; A. Goodman & Co., 87 Orange.; Peck & Bishop, 702 Chapel St.. John D. Cunningham, 739 Chapel St., New, Haven; or AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO., my8 8m 53 Broadway,New Yorfc ANCHOR LINE. United states Mall Steamships Sail from New York errv Sntnrrtavfr GliASUOVV VIA LONDONDERRY. Hates for Saloon Passage CITY OF HOME, 1o. other Ste liners. 859. Second Cabin Borne. $43.60. Furnessla, $37.50. Other Strs., 3S. Steerage Passage Home, $5.SO. Kurneasla, JSJ4.S0. Othor Strs... 23.50. For now Illustrated Book of Tours an! furtner information, apply to HKNDERSON BltOTU I'IKS, General Astonts. 1 Bowlluar Green, New York: or M, B. Newton V Co., 8J Oran?e at., op Wm. Fltapatriok. 8I Grand ave or Peck & Bishop, 702 Chapol street. Now Haven. ap7 3jn The New Steel Steamer MARGARET, CAPACITY 1,000 TASSENGERS, Will commence regular trips to Pawson Park, Bninford Point, Pico Park, and a sail around Thimble Islands, on July 1st; leav ing Belle Dock at 9:30 a. m. and 2 and 8 p. m. Sunday time 10:30 n. m. and 2 p. m. Sunday Schools and Societies can secure dates by applying to or addressing E. H. MARTIN, Manager, 1 BENEDICT BUILDING. Evenings 7:30 to 9. Jell 3m KEATING GRAND BICYCLES, with Keating Noiseless Dou ble Roller Chain, $100. Keating Models 31, 32, 34, m KeItINGS 1990 Price SSI. C. 0. 8EIGHERT, 532 State SL GOLF AND BICYCLE SUITS. 5.00, $0.50, $7.00. $7.50, $8.50, ipj.uv, J))JlV.VV. ODD PANTS. $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, Made by the Boston Patent Pants Co. THEY ARE THE BEST. C. E. LONGLEY & CO., 101-103-105 Church St NEW HAVEN. Qxuvzllzvs' (Snide. New Yorfe, New Haven ana Hartford 11. It. . June 13, 1897. FOR NEW YORK4:05, 4:50, x6:10, 7:00, 8:00, 8:10,.8:30, 9:35, xl0:30 a.m., 12:00. 12:05, '1:30 (parlor car limited), 1:35, 2:00, 2:30, 3:00, 4:00, 4:17, 4:30, 5:10, 5:35, 6:30, 7:10, 8:10, 8:15, (Bridgeport accommodation), D:10, 9:15 P. m. Sundays 4:0o, 4:60, 8:00 a. m., x4:30, x6:15, 7:10, 8:10, 8:15, 9:10 p. m. FOR WASHINGTON via Harlem River l:05, 11:50 p. m. (daily). FOR BOSTON via Springfield 1:10, xl0:10, 11:05 a. m., 1:45, 5:52 p. m. Sundays 1:10 a. m., 5:52 p. m. FOR BOSTON via New London and Frovirtence 2:10, 2:20, 11:35 (parlor car limited) a, m. 12:05, 2:47, 4:20, 4:55, 6:55 p. m. Sundays 2:10, 2:20 i"., -i-oa, 6:55 p. m. FOR MERIDEN, HARTFORD. SPRINGFIELD, etc. 1:10, 6:40, 8:00, xl0:10, 11:05 a. m., 12:06, 1:45, 3:10, 5:00, 5:52 (6:15 to Hartford), 8:05, 9:55, 11:15 (to Meriden) p. m. Sundays 1:10 a. m., 5:52, 8:28 p. m. NEW LONDON DIVISION , ' For New London, etc. 2:10, 2:20, 7:55, 9:30, 11:05, 11:35 (parlor car lim ited) a. m., 12:05, 2:47, 3:00, 4:00, 4:20, "4:55, 5:15 (to Saybrook June), 6:15, 6:55, 9:10, (Guilford acc.) p. m. Sundays 2:10, 2:20, 8:60 a. m 4:55, 6:55 p. m. AIR LINE DIVISION For Middletown, Willimantic, etc. 7:45 a. m., 12:55, 2:33, 6:05 p. m. Sun days 7:15 p. m. Connecting at Mid dletown with Valley Division and at Willimantic with the N. E. R. R. and N. L. N. R. R.; at Turnerville with Col chester branch. NORTHAMPTON DIVISION For Shelburne Falls, Turner's Falls, Williamsburg, Holyoke, New Hartford, and intermediate stations 7:50 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. For Westfield and Inter mediate stations, 5:55 p. m. For Farmington, New Hartford and points this side 7:50 a. m., 12:04, 4:00, 6:55 p. m. BERKSHIRE DIVISION For Derby Junction, Derby, Ansonla, etc. 7:00, 8:00, 9:35 a, m., 12:00, 2:39, 4:00, 5:35, 7:50,-11:20 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 8:30 p. m. For Waterbury 7:00, 8:00, 9:35 a. m., 12:00, 2:39, 5:35, 7:50 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 6:15 p. m. (via Naugatuck Junction.) For WInsted 7:00, 9:35 a. m., 2:39. 5:35, 7:50 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 6:15 p. m. (via Naugatuck June.) For Shelton, Botsford, Newtown. Danbury, Pittsfield, State Line 9:35 a, m., 4:00 p. m. For Albany. Buffalo, Detroit, Cincin nati, St. Louis, Chicago, and the West, via State Line 9:35 a. m.. 4:00 p. m. For Litchfield and points on S., L. & N. R. R. (Via Derby Junction), 9:35 a. m., 4:00 p. m. Express Trains. xLocal Express. C. T. HEMPSTEAD. General Passenger Agent New Haven Steamboat Co. Summer Arrangement Double Daily Service. Steamers Xroia New Haven learo Bell Dock, Old Line Pier, C. il. NOKTHAM 10:30 a. in., and BICHAltD PECK at l'J:3d midnight. Sundays d p. m. and 12:30 mid ulght. Steamers from New York leave Piers 23 and 2t, East Hirer: RKJHAHD PECK 3 p. ui., ami i,. H. -mjuTHaai il' luidulgut. Sun days 9:80 a. m. and 12 midnight. i'are $1.00. Excursion ticket, good foi 15 ilays, $1.00. Sunday Excursion, $1.00. Staterooms and tickets for sale at Peck k Bishop's, 702 Cnapel street, aud at Mix drug store, cor. Chapel and Cburcta eta. FAST FREIGHT. Through rates qu"d over Express Freight Linos to points West, South, and Southwest, and through Kills at Lading la sued In connection therewith. CHAS. I. FltEXCH. Agent I . uirnmirr. CBfUIB UlAmond Brafl. ENHVaOYAL PILLS 'mbuuviiij acnuine, safe, alwaj ruliftU. la Dies ask fTWHIsi In t- J 1 f. 11 II; wholes. with Kir ri mo other. Rr fw dangerous mbtHtw in rtmp9 Tor portico), tmiawaUls n& Kelief for LatUe." M Utter, br i.n Sold bj U Lor lsistt. PIIILADaL General Ageott. Boston, Tivm