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tfarch 20, 1884.
la called to an unequalled assortment of Spring Dress Goods. Novelties in Combina
tions. AU the Fashionable Cloths and Colorings.- The Bilk Department was nevermore
complete. This is where we pride ourselves. Besides the large assortment of exclusive
styles in Pongees, Sarahs, Foulards, China Bilks, Armares, Ottomans, Louisinea, Changea
blea, Elegant Fancy Fronts, etc., etc., we invite your attention to our assortment of Solid
Colors, also to our Black Silks, Bhadames, etc, etc Brocade Velvets, Pekin Stripe Velvets
and PI ain Velvets. ;
OPENING OF SPRING WRAPS.
lCbrlirg?rtmeotoi 'JetGoodsin Tabliers. Thsseare new. very elegit and eelllng rapidly.
SPECIAL BARGAINS. .
Another osm of thoes Linen Chambray Glngbsms. In Figured nd Plain, 15e a yard, formerly sold at 6c.
Anotuu cue of Dobl-wldtli, AU Wool fluwA afty u a yam.
244-246 CHAPEL STREET.
BOOT AND SHOE
hkj itzhzzhs cohittz'-
We have opened a large stock of Spring goods, which
will be sold at a very low price, as we are bound to sell
lower limn any of our competitors.
Boys' Button Shoee, 1 to 5.
Mioses School Shoes. 11 to 2,
Children's School Shoes, 8 to lO,
Ladies' Kid Slippers.
Ladies' Sersf Slippers,
Ladies' Pebble Button Boots
Jjadies Kid Bntton Boots,
Men's Calf Boots,
251 CHAPEL STREET,
BETWEEN ORANGE AMD STATE STREETS.
Removed from State Street.
HEADQUARTERSforSTATIONERY & STATIONERS SUPPLIES.
Blank Books, Pocket Record Books, Pocket Books,
Memorandum Books, Ladies' Hand Bags, Straps for Same.
Wire Novelties, Shawl Straps, Ink Stands, Combs, Brushes, Etc..
Card and Card Board of all kinds at
G. J. MOFFATT'S Paper Warehouse,
Manufacturer ef Paper Bags and Einreloj es Printer and Bookbinder,
495 497, 499 AND 501 STATE STREET, NEW HAT EN, COSN.
LOOMS' TESPLE OF MUSIC.
Fne Wilcox & WblK Organs rank, among the very beat made In the country, and are warranted
ta oive entire eatlsf action. Sold low for cash or installments. We have the following second hand Piano,
but little used and will Mil very low, one Stelnway, one Gabler. one Haines, one Hallett a Davis, all Upright
C. M. LOOMI9.
(iE&RIl' a. GLEN
The American Real Estate Exchange.
NATIONAL BUREAU OF AGRICULTURE AND STATE AGENCIES,
Western Union Building, 199 Broadway, New V ork.
Register In name or owner, or agents description, terms and full particulars of Properties for sale, rent,
or morhaae. with Amcbican Real Estatk Exchakoe, as a foundation for further transactions. City, Bubox
or monpgB, .jiu """' . , w..i K,rtm Tf-,m. AOT-lciiltnral. Mineral and Timber Lands;
Mines and Prospects; Manufactories and Privileges. Registers at all times open to examination by purcha.
ers. renters, investors, dealers and agents. Registration supplemented with the display of maps and by In
telligent explanation, inquiries oonoernlng registered properties promptly and carefully answered without
charge. Further advertisement and sale of properties and the procurement of loans made on the most favor
terms. Over l,tW0 active Correspondent Beal Estate Dealers, Agsntianks. Banking Houses, Bepre
imtatlvrs of Estates, fta.loosted at all leading points in the country. Properties sold at Auction at Ex
change, as per registered description and terms, or at Private Sale. Ths organization of corporations for the
development of new, practical and useful inventions a specialty. The purchase and sale of listed and miscel
laneous stocks and investment securities a leading feature of the business.
kt tr i. .-. .1.- u , - .- mnuiiMit hnM nwi ARtAtfl Interests (tenter and canvass daily for
ebanccs. Properties duly registered at the front, end of
tail, will be Hrst in line or active saw a. mu pnow
Send for blank forms of registry and full Information. la" 3 mo
241 sate Street 243 3
All Traveling Kipenaes Inclswled,
In addition to ths Colorado and California Eicur-
stonsof April 10 and a l, a party wiu leavs mawu
TBCBSDAY. May 1, for
A GRAND T0CE OF 73 DATS
Through Colorado, New Mexioo, Arisona and Cali
fornia (over the earns route as far as Saa FraiiCiao i),
thence through the picturesque region of
THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST,
this pftt of the trip including
Oregon, Washington Territory,
Puget Sound, Vancouver Isl
and, Idaho & Montana,
with visits to Astoria, Port and, 81 em and Dallas
City. Oregon; New Taeoma and Seattle, Washington
Territory; victoria, ui v-ii w w wiuu"-- ,
the Willamette Valley; a steamer voyage up the noble
. , r, i Tha nut ij vut.il m n.F lh
Kthsrn Tacini arid Utah and Northern Railroad.,
TlsttlOBSalt Ise City la Utah. Carriage driv.a at
Manltou. ixm Angeles, San Franc Uoo. Monterey,
Portland and Victoria.
Incidental Trip lo 4hs VosemlU Vslley and the Big
Trees; Bids Trips, If desired, to Alaska and ,
ths Yellowstone National Park.
Bend or call for descriptive circular.
HOWsibisitw tr.a. Bst.
m II it
Potatoes 45c Bushel.
Pine Butter 80o per pot"1- --
Two pounds beet lard ascents.
jriour ana om- r
137 Vlswsil j.."t "
764-768 CHAPEL STREET
Our sales of this Piano has been unprece
dented, and far excels that of any other first
class instrument in the market. Out of the
hundreds that we have sold there is not one
to our knowledge that has not given entire
satisfaction. Fifteen years' experience in
gelling this Piano leads u to say that, it you
buy one you will never hive cause to regret
it, and the fact that we sell on a very small
margin for cash or installment enables the
masses to possess a
J. H. BKKWEB, M. C ,
Vice President and Secretary
which the public have bean made acquainted In de
gcitrb anli ma,
BOARD AND ROOMS.
A few gentlemen ean be accommodated with
nrstlsss board and pleasant rooms with mod
ern Improvements. Locality seoond to Dene
In the city. Terms moderate. Apply at
mS m' 8S WOOSTER PLAOF.
THE FARM KNOWN AS THE
Solomon F. Linsley Place,
For Sale at Auction.
Ii itut6d on th old h'gh way lewllng to WallJng
forri Aut nf Nnrth H.vau Center, very uleasuntly io-
I cated on higk ground ; bu convenient dwelling acd
oonUinB 62 acre, divided into tiUble, meadow and
pasture jand. Alao a boat 10 acres of'thrlity wood
growth. Thia farm ia all in one p ace, is not a. rno
ao n farm by any meana all niea-Jows osn be mowed
With machine), baa over 300 young, thrirty bowing
apple trees ; is within one hour's drive from New Ha
tarn mmmfHiiAui narnH ana beoVU.o uauiuuakHiusj ,
ven, ana wnnin ten mil aces nae iroai tae hhhiuubui
the Hartford and Air Line Eaiiroad depots, chnivbea
and schools. A living running stream (which would
make an ek gant trout pond passes through the farm,
which is bonnded on th south and east by tb
stream, and is splendidly adapted for a dairy or v?g
atahle farm, witto eood markeU in Sow Haven. Wal-
Ungford and Heriden. A Grist Mill is alao within 6
minutes drive of the premises. ?he sl will take
place TUIC8DAY, March 25th, at 1 o'olock p m. on
the premises. A rare opportunity to obtain a good
farm ana noma lor a mecnamo or sanny iKuwr.
Half tba nnrehiae monev can remain oo mor'Kce.
For further particulars apply at Beecher's Bxcbange,
844 Chapel street, New Haven. No postponement on
account ox tue weamer. mm quw
ON Blake street, near the factories, a desira
ble residence property with betweea three and
four acres of land. The house has twelve
rooms, with storehouse, barn and henntry. The
nrAmiaes have reonntlv been thoroughly ntted up and
are in fine order. Price $6,600. Kany terms to the
right part j if desired. .
TO IX Kfli T Thirty-five houses and tenements Io
cs' ed ia dinerent parts ox tne ctty.
Mqny to loan on. first mortgage f eourlty at 5 and
g tmt cant, interest. Investors inai-t upon unoaes-
tionable security if they accept 4ve par cant, interest
for a term of sears,
western and southern farm mortgages bearing 7
and 8 per cent, interest lor sale. Xie security Of
fered is unquestionably good.
HORACE P. HQADLEY, Koadley Bidg.
49 Church Street.
Open evenings. m8
FITS BOOMS at No. M Gill street; five
rooms at No. 10 Lewis street, Fair Haven
fi four rooms at No. 651 State street : four rooms
at No. 48 Ashman street. Apply to
de8 Yale Bank Building.
FARM! RARE CHANCE!
Must be Sold to Close an Estate.
aieaa. Seventy acres, directly opposite Woodmont
I .1 Btitlnn n N. V .nd N. H. H. K. well A.iue
Mi Into m. adow, plough, pa- nd. wf 'M!d'
XTrT. . kJTnlsHi good outbuild
ing lnoluoing Ice house, apple an pear orchards of
.bniiwt nriattcA. In full bearinff : high ground, de
lightful view of Hound. Also 14 sores with house and
barn, directly In rear of said station. Alse 60 acres
adjoining 70 acre tract can be had at reasonable price
lr aealrea. A cnance amqaaiun w mnvun . " ,uw
mi. on the line of the-above railroad, a farm year ¬
ly Increasing In value, within live miles of the city
of New Haven, and well adapted for dairy purposes
or for raising small Irults. aortgace oi iwra can
remain If oesirsa. r or terms can on or aaares.
E. BTJRtt, JR., Admlnl.trator,
Boom 13, Franklin Block, Bridgeport, Conn.,
Or J. B. ATBB?. 84., Woodmont, conn,
rrvBE eleventh annual meeting of the New He
I Woman's Baptist Foreign Missionary Conference
will be held in the First Baptist Church of New Ha
ven, Thursday, March iOth, at 10.30 a m. and 3 p. m.
Miss A. at. Fields, of China, will address the ladies.
A eordlal Invitation Is extended to all ladles Interest.
gd 10 'OXelfu missions rv friienu nu-s a.
FOB 94,600, central property, lot 4 feet;
house of 11 rooms ; 91,400 can remain on mort
gage. Apply at 18 OUTB STBKET.
" FOR SALE
AT a bargain, a lot 37x160 on Bishop street.
ml9 2t - : ST HUMPHREY STBKET.
FOR RENT, .
THS first and seoond floor of house No. Sri
Pearl street, 7 rooms to- each tenement ; first
flojr. (-240 ; second floor, (300. For partienlars
call on GKOBGE HOT0HK183j Jd,
40 summer Street,
or Merwlnw Beal Estate Office,
ml9 St . 7W Chapel street.
Gtj THE two two story brick buildings, UzM
i and aixso, adjacent to each othr, with a com
!i modlous yard In the rear of Park street.
suitable tor storage or light mannfaetarlrg. Ar
rangements can be made for some power. They will
be put in repair and rented together or sepsrate.
- a. a. siuuui,
(with Wright, Stoddard a Thompson,)
m!9 St 889 Chapel street.
IN Fair Haven, near end of hone ear track'.
u3 a good house of 1J rooms with large lot and
abundance of fruit.
The new two-family house corner Ooffe and Foote
streets for $200.
A Urge number ef cottages from $1,600 to $2,600 on
16 Bukasg. Balldlne;,
ii am mr. i-imfco ana fjnapel sea
$6,300 will buy a block house delightfully lo
ll ca?ed in center of city : hot and cold water,
SB furnace and gas. If not sold soon may be for
rent. Inquire at THIS OFFICE.
FOK SALE OK KENT.
HOUSE and barn, with large commodious
grounds, No. 9 Clinton avvnue, all modern
improvements in bouse; good variety of fruit.
with nne shade trees in front: neighborhood unex
ceptionable. Bent lew. Terms of sale easy. In
quire on premises or of W. H. WHEELEB,
mi a oiw sres unapei strset.
WIX.Ii be sold st public auction, Thursday, the
30th of March, at 9 o'clock a. m.. the home
stead containing two acres of land, belonging to the
estate of the late Jeremiah Barnes, with remaining
household f orniture, also two acres of woodland, 7
acres of meadow and pasture land. EDWIN GBAN-
NI88. Executor, isast naTen. mitt at
t HOUSE ou fair Haven Heights, with one
acre of land or less. For rent, House
ou Prospect street. Inquire of
J. B. KINGSBURY,
mal7 6t on the premises.
THE property 21 Baldwin street. House
contains 13 rooms, city water on both floors.
Lot 60x140. ample rooir for driveway and
barn. Part of the purchase money can remain on
mortgage if desired. Immediate possession. Inquire
at duo uiurcii DXii.u.il noura io.
E. Xj. Baasett.
FOB SALE OB BENT,
A first class block house, No. 243 Orange
j street, at present oocupled by Bev. Dr. Ten
: nen. 1 hres-atiarters of the tmrchase money
can remain on mortgsge for a term of years if de
sired Inquire at WE FRANKLIN'S,
mlGtf 40 Center street.
For Sale or Bent,
THE residence of the late Alfred Todd, sltu-
liS ated on Norton street; consists of modern
" built brick house with all modern conveni
ences, large brick barn, with ample grounds. Isqulre
of Mrs. Allred Todd, on the premises, or
GEO. A. I8BELL,
Office, Room 4, Todd's Block, corner State
mifi and Elm streets.
THE property on the corner of College and
13 Wail streets. Lot 75a 110 feet.
'B TO BEN r for 400. the brick honss on cor
ner of Col cge and Grove streets. Can be had in
April. Call On Auf BdU TTAljAI&nt
ml4tr pr vrange ctreec.
A HOUSE 10R $4,000.
TWELV rooms two family house -only
$1,000 cash required.
A building lot 60 feet front for $1,200. Terms
R. E. BALDWIN'S
Rest! Esta-te Agency, 398 Chapel Street
Kk FROM March 16 the brick hoU'e No. 210
Jj, ll Chapel street ; has 11 rooms and ail the mod
&JJm era conveniences. Apply to
m7 Carriage Shop, 20 to 28 W porter .treat.
M3 THE store No. 2S0 Chapel street, now eoou
EViVt pied by S. S. Mal'ett. Foesewlon May 1st. In
iilU quire of WILLIAM K TOWN8END,
itottf No. S9 Church ritreet.
HOUSE No. 168 1'ork street, .three doors
from Chapel street; 12 rooms; all convenien-
iilllLcea. Apply to
York, cor. Chspfl Street.
We have on our bulletin
several good rents from
8100 o $TSO pr year.
T. G. Bloan & Son.
Room 3, Benedict Biiiltin(r. -
Onen eveninea. f!8
A. M- HOLMES,
HAS for rent the 2u floor of house No. 83
iij Houston St, $10 per month. Halt of house
irS n a 1 awls St. 190 Clinton Ave.. 1st floor.
flujer month. Half of Bouse 177 Meadow St., $15
per month. 2d Boor No. 12 Newhall St., $8 per month,
and two rents on Ivy Bt. for $8 per month each.
Also for sa:e houses iff wooiwj oi wuiunon ava,
29 Auburn bt. and stwater St., on eaay terms,
gar-Wanted Thirty more Houees to rent.
ma4 OFlvlvrS ft t ill 1HH a rnaa r.
a Two family house on Sylvan avenue can be
bought st a bargain for $-".600.
A Two-iamiiy no use ou urtwnB iin uuij
trnrvri twrt-familv konie on Ward street for $0,600.'
FOU. RKNTA Number or tHrst-clavaa
Hoaifli avna lanenenu.
A rrV hnnM. furnished, central.
Special Attention Given to Renting
ana t. oiieciintf oi wnis. .
Monev To Leas on Real Estate
No. 70 Church Street, Room 2.
Office Open Evenings rroui i toi,
I.. F. COM8TOCK.
Qoiises. Lots, Rents,' Loans.
Honse. and Tenements in all parts of the city, for
which I will furnish good tenants.
Do Not Fail
to call at once and register whatever you may have to
rent or sell. ,
Can offer some bsrgalns In houses and lota ranging
from $1,000 upwards. .
Boom 4, Glebe Building, corner Church and Chapel
F. HI. DENISOIV.
f25 OPEN EVEHiWQB.
THE bouse and lot No. 6 Hughes Place. The
property Is desirable for one wishing a pleas
ant home In a Rood neighborhood In the oen-
er of the city, at a moderate price. The house con
tains modern Improvements Terms easy, ror
further partoulars call I at , nmrnr
j2S - 237 Chapel Street.
JNa. - THE premif ee No. 19ft Oeorge afreet, corner
r;;a of Temple ; well sdapted for a hotel or saloon ;
t."8 heated throughout by steam ; will be leased at
.-.B.hiail.nHfai a trnrwl tanant. AdoIv at 76
Court treet,Orill0, Co -.office. T wnTTfll.
AFIBSr-CIAS restaurant In this city, now do
Idii a thriving business. Good reasons for
selling. Must be sold at onpe.
City Real Estate Agency,
7Q Chapel Street.
Open evenings. jaT U- BTJSBIbIaIa,
Hinman'8 Real Estate and Loan
S3 Chart b. street, opposite Postofflee.
4-s.ooa to loan at S sir cent. Houses and
lots for tale In all parts of the city. Farms and sea
shore property, inomding Savin Book and vicinity
Choice bargains at my agency lor uu nut .w.u
A lot in the HaBT ox roe ciiy as iw par iuw.
Special attention given to auction sales. T
10 REAL ESTATE
We are now revising our lists of property for sale
or exchange, and should be pleased to hear from all
who desire to pnt their houses or building lots on
the market this spring. No charge for entering prop
erty unless we uuuee a sale.
Property For Sale or Exchange.
Renting and Collecting Depart
W. O, WARREN, Manager,
We have a good demand for rents In all parts of
the city, and think we could procure reliable tenants
for all who have tenements to rent. Please try us.
We alao often succeed in collecting where ethers fail.
Building and Contracting Depart
Parties thinking cf building this sprlsg would do
well to give us a call, figures as low as good work
Jobbing and Repairing a Specialty
Publishers of the Beal Estate and Transfer Beeord
and General Bureau of Information on all real estate
mattess. . -
Connecticut Real Estate and
Room 19 Exchange Builiii"-
Corner Church and ChapelJ
Bbop, SI Sylvan avenue,
HABTrOBO OFFICE, J78 Main Street,
IjocsU Weather Recerd.
rOB MAKCH 19, 18T4.
, 7:18 11:1 l:l 1:16 11:11
: a. m. a. M . r. at. r. m. r. nr. -
annater S0.36 30 3 , 30.13 M.96 29.78
Thermometer..... 32 38 86 S8 36-
Humldlty 72 82 - S3 8s 100
Wind. In direction
end Telocity In . "
miles per hour.. KE1 8E9 X14 rTKlt NE17
Weather Cl'dy Bain Bain Bain Bain
Mean bar., 30.081; mean temp.. 34.9; sms humid
Mas. tamp.. 41; sain, lamp SO; Balnfall. .76
Max. velocity of wind, 18 miles.
roa HAtcH 19, 1883.
Mean bar., 23.T41; mean temp., 42; aaaan humid
Max. temp.. 63; Bin. temp., 34.
J. B. BHBBMAN, Sergt U. O.V. B. A.
a minus sign J prenxod to th erase meter read
ings Indicates temperature below sero.
t A diah t preilied to rainfall ngmrea Indicates
preclpiutlon too sinaU to measure. -eenaneeeassMSMsraaMesnsaeMMsansaaaMMSssaaa
BRAOKENRIDGE In Wsterbury, March 16, a daugh
ter to W. H and Annie Tj. Braekenridge.
BTJNDY In Banbury, March 16, a son to Alexander
BRISTOL FLOWER In Hartford. March 12. by
Btv. O. 8. SylveatetA Lorenzo 8. Bristol of Bristol,
and Mary C. daughter of Samuel Flower, Esq , of
Feeding Hill, Minis. -
I YES In ihls city, March 18, Oeorge E. Ives, aged 71
Faneral from his late residence. 31 lafayetts street,
Thurrday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial at the
convenience of the family. 2t
HATCH In Rt Louis, March 16th, Josle A., wife of
Frank K. Hatch, youngest daughter of Burrltt and
Funeral at 3. p. m, on Thursday, March 20, from No. 9
W ATKINSON Entered Into rest, In Hartford, March
17, EUen. only daughter of David and Sarah A.
Watkinson, and grandchild of Alfred Watkinaon,
aged 10 years and 8 months.
FOET OF NEW HATEN
ABHXVXI MABOH 19.
Seh Ella Kllott, Bnwell, Penssoolft, 18 d-SB, lambe
SAILED MARCH 19.
8ch Jobn Brook b. Fox New York.
A 1b 5 all achoonen below bound west.
IN or near Grove street cemetery, a little girl's red
and brown plaid hood. A suitable reward will be
paid for Its return to 148 Glove street. ro90
For Sale Cheap.
vif3 ONE light single harness and a Brooke it
Tuttle piano box-top buggy.
- L. C. THOMPSON,
m20 3t 21 Crown Street.
M BLOCK House on new plan. No. 64 Wooster
street. Three rooms on each- floor ; every
convenience ; perfect ventilation.
m2Utf . Mrs. L. A. THOMP8QN.
House and Barn.
WILL bs rented from May let house and
barn No. 72 Minor street, now In mod order :
Jl location desirable: five niinntea from the
poetoffice : gas. city water and eood weiL Adanted
for two families, If desire 1. Apply to
F. 8. AN DEE W k CO .
. m20 8t city Market.
A FEW ladies can fine a comfortable and quiet
home in WestviUe. Special care and atten
tion will be paid to invalids or ths infirm. Terms
reasonable. References siven. Apply to or address
Mrs. a M. ELLIS, slain street, Westville, Conn.
LOANS secured tty
on St. Paul and ACinneapolia Real
.Estate. Semi-annual interest guar-
an teed. Pav&bleln ltf. Y. Erphnncp
WktkWkWBmHkW For further information addresa
References. St. Padx Natiohil Bam. St. Padx wd
COMUXHCIAL RlMK, iiun.aAPOUs.
Commence Saturday night, March 22, of Books,
Pictures, &c, at
miO 95 CHAPEL STREET.
MADE TO OJttDER
l UN'S SON,
3S3 State Street.
At Bottom Prices.
Cholca Ponce, rtew orop. BSo gallon. " --t,-Flne
Ponce, old crop, 5po gallon
God Potto Kloo (genuine) 37o gallon.
Bargain s .Bargains.
Freab Efsa, 33c per dozen.
13 lbs standard Qrannlated Bngar $1.00.
16 lbe white Ooffe Sugar $1.(0.
19ew Proceae Floor 5o bag.
Yellow Turnips, 40c per baaheL
Potato, 60c per bushel
Red Onions, 0c per baaheL.
Best Lemons 12c doxen.
Zsarge Sweet Oranges 30c doaan.
Dried Apples lie pound,
4 Its New Prunes 25c
8 quarts Medium Beans 26c.
Actually offtiTioi? canned goods at slanehtering
prices to clear tbem ont. discount on quantities.
You can save money by trading here, and get satis
faction, lor we keep none but ths best goods. Meat
market connect 3d. Terms cash.
J. 0. KEARNEY,
ELM CITY CASH GROCERY
Congress Avenue svnd Hill Street,
m20 Foot of Temple Street.
Read ! Head! ' lleul!
The Bsrgalns offered bt
D. M. WELCH & SON.
A lot cT extra fine country Cbickens. fnll dressed.
at 20c pound.
Eggs. Fresh Eggs.
Fresh Country Fgga, all warranted, at 26c dozen.
'Ike celebrated Momala Coffee at 25c pound, fresh
ground suit everybody try It drinks equal to the
finest Old Government Java.
Solendid large Oranges at 16c a dosen.
Splendid large Lemom lOo a dosen.
Fine stem cut Jamaica Oranges, sweet, at 30c dos.
nape Cod Cranberries, all aonnd. at 18o quart, last
of the aeaton. t
Sugar still lower. All sou can carry borne for fi.ou.
Fine Pe-led Evaporated Peaches 23c pound.
Fine Pealed Evaporated Apples, whits as snow, 15c
Fresh Oocca&uts 6c each.
Extra fin new Maple ' Syrup 90o gallon can, 46c
half gallon, 96e quart.
Fine large kiln-dried Sweet Potatoes 40o peck.
The best quality fresh Oocoa Shells at only 6c lb.
Something New. SometliinK New.
Prepared Flour for making Brown Bread Makes
the most perrect isrown jireaa you ever saw, in snort
notice, only 15c package.
"CtlSlIVK." For frylnc fish, oyters. flah cakes.
Saratoga chips, potatoes, crullers. Ac, it is slssply in
comparable, ana tae caor irom trying nn ana oys
ters is so much le s than that omaed by the use of
lard as to excite nnlverrfkl comment from these who
have used "Cuisine." Ibis article is no humbug, but
is tbe best Cooking Preparation ever manufactured.
consisting, largely, cf pure vegetable material, with
out any hoj'a fat in it. It is much cheaper than but
ter or lard. For sale by the pound and In 6 pound
palls. Full directiot s ror using.
D. HI. WttLCtl & SON,
So8. 28 and 30 Congress A venae.
WE HAVE COMPLETED
one arrangements fcr
Including brands from tlje follow
ing well known manu
facturers. QUINNIPIAC FERTILIZER CO.,
H. J.BAKER &C0.,
Mapes Formula and Peruvian
E. Frank Coe,
J. B. King & Co..
Out aim this, season will be to sell only floods that
we ean guarantee, and to mike our prices ss low as
consistent with tbe quality.
lennsra sod market gardeners intending pur
chases In this line should secure onr lowest prlees,
u we hare made a marked ndnotlon In Dry. Fish
Qnanca. Complete Man urea.
' Call on or address -
R, B, Bradley & Co.,
No. 405 8tate Street
IP yon wish your Grpe Vines, 1nMr"a0eMtn
prnwd ei.h oar. a,a Sii'looTJ-fm .xnc.
mw uuuwi, wuv uaptaey wm o promptly at
of over nfteen yeariE, si atwater street, ml at"
Ch grooelee and ftitnres of the late WllUam H.
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FROM ALL QUARTERS .
MENDING TUE BREAK.
Democrats In Conference
On The Tariff.
SOME KIND OP TRUCE MADE.
Extremists Must Go To
THE BRIBERY PLOT IN CANADA
A Lively Scandal For Our
. THE ATIO JJ Ali CAPITAL.
Pa.teBtlr.fr Up sv Trace The Democrat
Try iMSC to Agree oat trte TerlfT.
Wahhinotok, March 19. Mach political
ignificanee is attached to the Tisit here at this
time of Editor McOlure. Last night he gave
a dinner at which Speaker Carlisle, Mr.
Morrison and Mr. Watterson were present.
The disagreement in the Democratic) party on
the tariff question was mentioned and Mr
McCInre called attention to the efforts of cer.
tain Democrats to weed ont ot the party all
members who were not willing to support
the Morrison bill. Both Carlisle and Morrii
son asserted that if it was being done it was
dona without their knowledge, and they both
asserted their disapproval of it. This mornr
log McClare gave a breakfast at which Mr.
Kandall, Mr. Cortin, Mr. Boyle
and Mr. Mutchler were present.
He reported the result of his conference
with Messrs. Carlisle and Morrison. To
night it seems evident a bitter feeling pre
vails. The extremists of both factions will
orobably be relegated to the rear and con
servatism take possession of the Democratic
A Conspawy's Facilities ror Postal Tele
Washington, March 19. George D. Kob-
ertn, representing the Boston Telegraph and
Cable company, was heard to-day by the
sub-committee of the Senate Committee on
Postofflces and Post Roads in charge of the
various bills proposing the adoption of a
system of postal telegraphy. Mr. Koberts
submitted a form of contract acoompanied by
the draft of a bill looking to the handling of
government business by the company he rep
resented. He explained what he considered
the advantages of the system adopted by the
postal company and contrasted its limit of
circuit with that of the Western Union com
pany. From tests already made he was pre
pared to say that the limit of the Postal
company's circuits was not less than nfteen
thousand miles, which, according to Dr.
Green's testimony, was one thousand miies
greater than that of the Western Union cir
cuits. Mr. Roberts briefly advocated the
adoption of the proposition advanced by his
company and said that tbe only concession
asked from the government was tbe privilege
of establishing offices in postoffice buildings.
Tbe Cost or tbe Fast Hail.
Washington, March 19. Postmaster Gen
eral Gresham, who returned here torday,
says that the new fast mail will not cost over
what was paid for the old mail facilities, and
so far it is highly satisfactory to the Poatof J
fice department and to the public .
Forty-Hgut It Con ress First Session.
Washington, March 19.
Senate Mr. Miller, of California, from
the Committee on Foreign Relations, reported
an original bill providing for an inspection of
meats for exportation and prohibiting the
importation of adulterated articles of food
and drink and authorizing the President to
make a proclamation in certain cases and for
other purposes. The bill was placed on the
During a debate on the bill to nx the sala
ries of United States district Judges at
$5 000 Mr. Salisbury opposed the measure on
the ground that many of the judges did not
fairly earn that sum. He expressed himself
opposed to extravagant salaries and appro
Mr. Morgan offered an amendment that
the provisions of the bill apply only to judges
who shall hereafter be appointed. The bill
The unfinished business was the bill to aid
in the establishment and support of common
schools. Mr. Miller, of New York, moved to
delay this order and take np . the pleuro
pneumonia bill. The motion was lost by 22
yeas to S3 nays and consideration of the
educational bill was resumed. Mr. Sherman
called attention to the important features of
the measure and said the Senate was not in
condition to act upon it. He therefore
moved to postpone farther oonsideratien un
til to-morrow. This motion was rejected;
16 yeas, 38 nays.
Mr. Morrill offered an amendment which
was aereed to. reserving the power to alter,
amend or repeal the act. No other amend
ment being offered the bill was aoout to db
reported to the Senate when Mr. Shermsn
again urged its postponement. He pointed
out a number of objections to the measure
which he said did not define clearly how the
money was to be nsed. When the people
understood the bill, he predicted it would
give rise to great discontent. The constitu
tion forbade appropriations for a long period
of time and yet this measure proposed an
appropriation for over ten years. "I "am
not prepared," said Mr. Sherman, "to
vote to the southern States money
out of the public treasury unless there are
better signs than I see at present that these
States are willing to respect the rights of
citizens. I am not satisfied that if this money
were given them it would be used for the
education of all olasses black and white."
Mr. Ingalls said the bill, was orude and
nndigested and predicted that it would be
Mr. Blair contended that tbe bill is wise
stnd judicious and would stamp out the illi
teracy prevalent in the South. -
Several verbal amendments were made to
the bill. Without reaching a vote the Sen
ate at 4:55 p. m. adjourned.
Hotrsx. Mr. Blackburn occupied the
Speaker's chair, owing to Mr. Carlisle's in-
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disposition. SIT. uaruu, ot x-eausyivauia,
from the Committee on Foreign Affairs, sub
mitted a report on the President's message
and accompanying papers in relation to the
death of Dr. Lasker, in which the oommittee
SDorove the resolutions of January 8, and
re ere t that tbey were not received in the
same soirit in whioh they were adopted.
They also compliment the State department
for its cotuiesy in the matter and submit the
following as s) substitute for Mr. Hiscoek's
resolutions : .
Besohrsr, That tke resolutions referring to the
death of Dr. Edward Laaker, adopted by this House
J an nary 9 last, were intended as a tribute of respect
to an eminent foreign statesman, who had died in the
United States and an expression of sympathy with
the German people, of whom he hai been an hon
TTiiilT.ri. That the House, having no official eon
Mtpn with the relations between tbe executive and
lgislaHve branehea of the German government, docs
not deem it reqalsiU to its dignity to criticise the
manner of the reoeption of the resolutions or the cir
enmstaneea which prevented th.ir reaching their
destination after Ihey had .been commuolcated
throTigh the proper channel to the German govern
Mr. Ochiltree, of Texas, said no man on
the floor had more confidenpe in or more
esteem for tbe Committee on Foreign Affairs
than himself, but this anattaw had assumed a
phase that called upon very member to see
that hia own rUrrnlty and the dignity of the
Homao was maintained. It was not becoming
in the House to explain the meaning of its
resolution. It spoke for itself and any apol
ogy was unworthy Of the bpdy. He. then
went into an eulogy of Dr. Laeker and said
that the resolution was 4 oofflgUa-Mt is
Ijasker ana a rspno to jumsuhws.
Messrs. Deu8fcer Wisconsin, Phelps of
Naw y. nd others spoke in favor of the
resolutions ana tuey were adopted. "
After debate the report nnon ths
mcation of the Liberal league of Germany
was also Adopted without discussion.
Mr. Turner, of Georgia, from the Commit
tee on Elections, submitted a report in the
. " vnuxinoa vs. Mayo,
First Virginia district, with a resolution de
daring Garrison entitled to . the net nr.
Turner gave notice that he would call up the
case immediately after the reading of the
The Speaker then ia the morning boor
proceeded with the call of committees for re.
ports, during which the militia bills were
Mr. Ellis, of Lou i nan a, from the Committee
on Appropriations, submitted the Indian ap
propriation bill. The total amount recom
mended is $5,337,653. The estimates were
$7,466,809. Ordered placed on the calen
dar. Mr. Blaokbnrn,who had called Mr. Springer
to the chair, moved to proceed to business on
the calendar in order to consider revenue
bills (the whiskey bill). Agreed to; yeas 189,
nays 121. Although significant the vote was
not regarded as a test, as some member voted
for it ho will vote against the bill. The
House accordingly went Into oommittee, Mr.
Dorsheimer in the chair, and the bonded
extension whiskey bill was read by title.
- Mr. Hisoock objected to its consideration,
which under the rules required the oommit
tee to rise and report the fact to the Hons.
Tbe question "Will the House direct the
committee to consider this bill?" waa pat and
the yeas and nays again taken; yeas 137,
Mr. White, of Kentucky, created much
excitement by insisting that the oommittee
rise to permit him to present a question of
high privilege. He charged that a member
of the whiskey ring was on the floor, al
though he had registered his name as an ex-
member and certified that he bad no Interest
in pending legislation and that two days af-
ter signing that certificate he appeared before
the Ways and Means oommittee to advocate
this bill. He also saw on the floor the editor
of the Courier-Journal of Louisville, the
place where this bill was born. His point of
order was overruled and his protest drowned
by cries of "Order ! Order I"
Mr. Morrnon, of Illinois, was then reoog-
nized and addressed the oommittee in ad
vocacy of the biU. After giving a historical
explanation of the ease Mr. Morrison agreed
that it was better to leave the dnes with the
distillers at H than to foree payment of taxes
and use the money for the redemption of
bonds paying bat 3 per cent.
Mr. White, of Kentucky, interrupting
asked if the distillers paid the 5 per cent.
when the period was extended before and
whether they would pay this and whether
the bill was not a scheme to avoid payment
of the tax altogether.
Mr. Thompson, of Kentucky, said they
paid the S per oent. promptly until the quan
tity of whiskey in bona made it not worth
Mr. Morrison then resumed his speech say
ing the Ways and Means oommittee at the
last session had without a division reported a
bill granting unlimited extension and without
interest and the Senate had passed a bill
giving an extension of two years with inter
est. He favored any measure that would
give relief to any large class of the people
without injury to tbe government and con
sidered this a measure of that kind.
The committee then rose and at 5:15 p. m.
the House adjourned.
A Horrible Fate For Workmen.
Cleveland, Marsh 19. The still at
Merwin ft Morgan's oil works exploded at 10
o'clock this morning. The escaping oil
instantly submerged August Fisher and
August Gunther, employes, and taking fire
they were soon burned to death in sight of
horrified crowd who were nnable to render
them any assistance. The stream of oil over
took William Stohlmsn, another employe, as
he fled and he too was burned to death. The
firm loses $15,000, no insurance. The oause
of the explosion has not yet been as
The mormon Ettimats of Ltv.
Salt Lake Citt, March 19. Andrew Pe
terson, a dt legate to Congress in 1882, and
an avowed polygamist, who was indicted nns
der the Edmunds law for registering and
voting, is now on trial. Chief Justice Hunter
allowed seven polygamist Mormons to sit on
the jury. All seven swore that they believed
the divine law superior to the laws of Con
gress. They believed polyi amy was right
and revealed from God, and woald obey God
rather than Congress. The defendant admits
marriage according to the Mormon law, but
says the marriage was by proxy for eternity,
and not for a time.
A Moulder Terribly Burned.
J EFFEBBONviLLE, March 19. Henry John
son, colored, brass moulder at Oswald's
foundry, Lower Market, was terribly burned
to-day with molten brass. While pouring
the fluid in a mould it exploded, burning his
arms and chest and destroying the sight of
both eyes. He will probably die.
Tbe Diseases Among Cattle.
St. Lotjis, March 19. Governor Crittenden
has addressed a letter to the chairman of the
meeting h,eld recently in Adair oounty where
the foot and month disease is said to have
appeared in which he advises the people to
use prompt and vigorous measures to stamp
out the diseases. He calls attention to a
certain law on the subject . and thinks it
sufficient to meet the emergency if
properly enfoiced. He says he will do all
he oan to help the people in staying the
malady and desires to bs kept informed of
the condition of affairs. In reply to the
request f E M. Craig, formerly inspector
of the Brighton cattle yards, now a promi
nent farmer and cattle raiser at Caldwell,
Mo., who asks for the appointment of a
committee with power to deal with
the disease, the Governor says he has no
authority to create such a commission and
believes the existing laws ample to protect
every community if the people will use
proper exertion. The opinion seems to be
gaining ground in both this SfcUe and Kansas
that tbe reports of the diseese have been
exaggerated and that much of the siekness
among the cattle is the result of foot ret or
frostbite and not the dreaded footand month
disease at all.
McFadden Attempts to Kill Himself.
St. Louis, March 19. To-night George
McFadden, the partner of Teller, the Pacific
Express robber, attempted suicide by swal
lowing a lot of glass which he had secured by
breaking to pieces a medicine bottle belong
ing to Teller. Three hoars after swallowing
the glass he told Teller what' he
had done and Teller notified the
jail physician and the latter nsed
a stomach pump, bat could not remove the
glass. The dootor said he was oalled too late
and pronounces McFadden's chances for -recovery
extremely slight. McFadden told
Teller the reason he suicided was that he
preferred death to the disgraoe that would
follow being sent to the penitentiary.
Tbe Chares Against Yaug Teller.
St.. Louis, . Maroh 10. A warrant was
sworn out to-day by the general manager of
the Pacific Express company charging Pren
tice Teller with having robbed the company
of $ 40,000. Teller atiil refuses to implicate
anyone else, but tbe evidenoe against George
McFadden is strong.
Tbe Army Obi Art All ITicht, Attaek on
tbe Cohorts ef Bin.
Lawbenok, March 19. The most exciting
soene here since the last presidential election
was witnessed last evening when the Salvation
army three hundred strong with, a following
over five thousand paraded tbe streets toward
the opera house forming an escort to Mayor
Moore at Brooklyn, lieutenant of the Salva
tion army throughout the-western world.
When the procession reached the open house
it was impossible for pedestrians to get
within one hundred feet of the doors and
when the latter were opened at least seven
thousand people made a scramble for the
seats. Bqt for police interference lives
would have bten lost. Mayor Moore re
viewed the thirteen weeks' campaign of the
army here and announced that $800 had been
subscribed for a lot on which to erect bar
racks to hold four thousand soldiers. At
midnight a spiritual and material banquet
was ssrved by female soldiers in red jackets
and then a wooden platform was improvised
in the centre of the barracks and spiritual ex
ercises continued till morning. The army
cleared $300 by the jubilee.
Hi. Estate IrVwteH. SU(muA Awmy
Saltimoek, March 19. On May 31, 1882,
Ernanlt H. Williams, the son of Hon. George
H. Williams, conveyed to his father by deed
of trust his entire estate valued at $200,000.
Recently he entered suit against his rather
for the recovery of his property, setting
forth that when the deed was executed he
was drunk and it was only . after persistent
urging on the part of his father that he sign
ed the conveyance. The case was on trial for
several days and was concluded last week,
since when it has been held sub curia To-day
a decision was rendered in favor oi Ernaolt
H. Williams setting aside the deed of trust
on the ground that the plaintiff was irrespon
sible when signing. - i
Tbe Aatl-Bvsnauai Plot New Dla
elosnres la Vonaectloa With tbe
" Conspiracy. -
Tobokto, Ont., Maroh 19. In connection
with the conspiracy against the government
Mr. Mowat stated in the House to day that
Wilkinson and Bunting offered to secure the
appointment of McKim as registrar at Begins
in the Northwest territory- with a salary of
$1,000 a year and assured McKim that the
Dominion minister of the interior had pledged
to them bis word that their promise would not
be carried out.
The Globe says: "The whole of this nefa
rious plot against the people of Ontario was
conoooted in Ottawa and Sir John MoDenald
is the head and front of it. "
It transpires that Frank S. Kirkland, one
of the imprisoned parties, came to this oity
previous to Christmas and gave out that he
was Interested in lumber and mining lands on
both sides of Pigeon river, which forms the
boundary line between Ontario and Minne
sota. Kirkland and his partners own a large
tract in Minnesota. They also bought ten
thousand acres on the Canada side, but could
not get a patent until it was surveyed, and
in order to get the document they
employ surveyors of their own to do the
work, which cost them $40,000. On getting
the patent Kirkland expressed surprise that
the patent reserved the timber to the gov
ernment. In Minnesota the timber goes
with the land. They had thus spent $60,
000 on land which was worthless to them
without the timber. The minister of crown
lands told him he could not get the timber
except at public sale. Kirkland then pro
ceeded to ingratiate himself into the good
will ef the members of tbe Legislature, Con
servatives and Reformers alike, spending
money lavishly. It is surmised that Mr.
Bunting of the Mail and other Conservative
politicians who were working to accomplish
the downfall of the government told
Kirkland that he would get the
timber if the government was de
feated and the opposition pnt in pow
er and that the government was anxious to
keep the timber for politioal friends. Ac
cordingly he joined forces with the Conserv
atives' cabal and sought to defeat the . gov
ernment. The Mail to-day disclaims on tbe
part of Mr. Bunting all knowledge of Kirk
land's actions and denies having attempted
to bribe members of the legislature. Mr.
Kirkland is complaining of the Conservatives
not standing by him and it is expected that
he will expose the whole scheme.
The Committee on Privileges and Elections
met again this morning. Inspector . Ward
was examined and produced documents
found in the possession of Wilkinson and
Kirkland, including a number of letters ad
dressed to Wilkinson, which' were read be
fore the committee and which are very dam
aging to the defense. The doouments and
papers were impounded to be produced be
fore the committee whenever required. The
reading of the letters caused a decided sensa
tion. The oommittee then adjourned. .
Frlgbtened. to Deatb by Dogs.
Quebec, March 19. An actual case of
death from fright ooourred here, to-day. A
middle-aged woman named Verrel was walk
ing along the street when two huge dogs
rushed ont from a yard, fnriously barking at
her and tearing some of her clothing with
their teeth, but otherwise leaving her unin
jured. She fainted and was carried to her
home, where she immediately expired.
An Uncle's Inhuman Crime He Kritices
Ills Rieee From Home to Become His
MoMTBEAXt, Maroh 19. James Minto, of
Scotland, was to day arrested at the instance
of the society for the prevention of cruelty
to women and children for the abduction of
his niece Christina Cuthburton, . a girl of
fifteen. Christina says Minto is a married
man of -about forty and that he induced her
by brilliant promises to leave her homo in
Scotland and come here. They lived a. man
and wife from the time they took the steamer
at Glasgow. Christina, who looks to be a
mere child, sobbed bitterly as she. told her
story. She has been placed in a city insti
tution to await communication with her
relatives in Scotland.
Tbe OrssnU. Srarc A Stampede Among
- tbe Lawmahn.
Ottawa, Maroh 19 Tbe lock on the door
to-the entrance of Speaker .Kirkpatrick's
quarters was tampered with and it was be
lieved that in view of information by the
government extra precaution should be taken
for his safety. The guard about the build
ing was doubled, but he preferred to meve
his family out of the building into private
quarters. Out of 211 members who sit in
the House of Commons only 108 are in the
oity to day, the others having returned to
their several constituencies to get out of harm's
way. The government it is understood will
endeavor to prevent the sale of dynamite
except on the certificate of 'any official au
thorized to grant such. Nearly every other
person one meets to-day is a government
detective looking after suspicious characters.
It is believed that SirJohn McDonald's desire
is to rush tbe session to an early close jowing
to bis fear that threats which have been made
will be carried out and that possibly his large
majority may be reduced to a minimum.
A Steamer's Ran Tb rough Icebergs.
Fobtland, March 19. The steamer
Quebec, which has arrived here, reports
that in latitude 45 29, longitude 47.50, she
encountered an iceberg half a mile long and
not more than fifteen feet out of water. The
next morning she passed an iceberg at leapj
two miles loDg also not more than twenty
feet above water. During the night of the
11th and the morning of the 12th inst. the
wind blew at a terrific . rate, rising to a
hurricane point with frequent and terrifio
squalls. The passage w&s very dangerons.
ATs.s(Hss'i Crime He Fatally Beats
Hi. Father and Flees With Hi. Mother.
Bbibtol, March 19. Saturday morning
Lewis Pettis, aged twenty-one, of West
Dexter, complained of bis breakfast and his
father told him not to find fault as he had
not paid his board this winter. A quarrel
followed, the mother siding with her son,
and the old man told tbem they might have
the house to themselves and began packing
his trunk. The boy kicked him over and
jumped upon him several times, breaking
his ribs, inflicting other injuries and render
ing the old man senseless. The boy and
mother fled and the old man was left four
dajs with ont food or care. He wai acci
dentally found by neighbors, but will not
FatalGadisgof a Drunken Spree.
Bs. Albans, March 19. S. W. Potter, of
St. Albans Bay, a married man, was found
dead In a barn a mile and a half from his
residence this morning. He had been on a
spree yesterday with a companion and drank
heavily. His deatb resulted from drinking
and exposure and the parties who sold him
liquor are to be vigorously prosecuted.
- Rhode Island.
A Lively Convention, of Democrats.
Pbottxienok, Maroh 19. The Democratic
State convention met here t-daj and was in
session five hours, during which time there
was much stormy discussion. George H.
Corliss, the noted engine builder and a Re
publican, was nominated for governor. This
ores ted a row as some wanted an out-and-out
Democrat or nothing. Corliss was advo
cated as a man of the people who could defeat
the Republican "ring" whioh holds the State
in a tight grip. The committee wV3
Mr. Corliss, but he rejusad. t - e'pt the
nomination. ouia W-
9gar. ot Westerly,
ae... nd Colonel Amasa
garsve--, urother of ex-Governor William
Sprague, for lieutenant governor. The reet
of the ticket like the foregoing was strongly
The national delegates elected are said to
favor Tilden, but are not pledged as yet.
Daring' the discussion on the national dele
gates many bitter things were said and inside
secrets made public regarding the raising
of money to pay the poll taxes of the young
Democracy. The party are very enthusiastic
and expect to poll the biggest Democratic
vote on record in Rhode Island.
- A Calf With a Dof'i Head.
i PnovrDENCKr Maroh 19. A strange freak
of nature was reported at Bristol, R. I.,
to-day. A cow belonging to Benjamin R.
Wilson gave birth to a calf having the head
of a bulldog. The hoofs were shaped like a
dog's paw. The calf was stillborn. .
Tbe Growth of Tbe Postal Service.
New Bedford, Maroh 19. Fifty years ago
to-morrow Thomas Coggeshali, the present
postmaster, came to this city from Newport
and went to clerking in the poetoffioe, being
the only assistant the postmaster was allow
ed. Mr. Coggeshali has not been off the
rolls of the office for a day since. When he
began work the mails were carried to Boston
in fifteen hours by a stage and to New York it
took four days during the seasons when
navigation was closed. It cost 18 1-4 cents
to send s letter from New York to this oity
in those days and the daily mail from that
oity averaged forty letters where now 1.500
are received. In the last winter of Fillmore's
administration Mr. Coggeshali was made
postmaster, but the Democrats drove him
out verv soon after Franklin Pierce took his
seat and he became assistant In 1876 Gen
eral Grant reappointed him postmaster.
Tbe Miners' Tronbies An Order That Has
Raised a Stir.
PrrrsBUBa, Maroh 19. The affairs among
the miners in tbe third pool have taken a new
turn. The miners employed at the Cliff mine
have always worked at a reduction, but not
withstanding the fact the oompany has drawn
np an article and presented it to the miners
for signature in whioh they are required to
waive all laws and statutes in regard to
miners and the right to a tsheckweigh man
if - they wish to continue at work
for, the company. This was unlooked
for and the miners refused to sign tbe arti
cle. The men were threatened with eviction
upon their refusal to sign and at Cowbluff
one family has already been evicted. To
day several of the miners are in the oity to
consult the miners' attorney. Their action
is not yet disclosed. President Costello
visited the mine to-day and is looking into
the trouble. No cause oan be assigned for
this action on the part ot the oompany.
Not Mach Romance la This.
New Your, March 19. J. Gould Warner,
the adopted son of the veteran of the war of
1812 who goes to the old fort in Central
Park at sunrise on each national holiday and
there hoists the American flag, was a prison
ers in the polioe court to-day on a charge of
abandonment made by his wife. He was
held in default of bail.
A Wife He Conld Control.
New Yobk, March 19. Fred W. Webber
of No. 2G2 Westminster street, Providence,
R. I., who has been for some time in the em
ploy of the Gorham Manufacturing company
and who was arrested on Monday by Detec
tive Fink of Inspector Byrnes' staff on a
oharge of bigamy preferred by his wife,
Bertha J. Webber, who arrived here this
evening, when tsken to the Central office
said that the reason he left Bertha was be
cause she wanted her own way too much and
be got a wife that he conld control.
THE OLI WOKLD.
Kxplosion la a ITeather Shop.
Pams, March 19. An explosion of benzine
set fire to the third floor of a feather shop in
tbe Rue Grande Truanderie to-day, prevent
ing the esoape of the ocoupants of the upper
floors exoept by the windows. Fifteen girls
jumped to tbe ground, all of whom were
eerioualy and some fatally injured.
A Reception At Hon. William Bulkeley's,
Hartford, Conn., March 19. Tbe reoep
tion of Hon. William H. Bulkeley to the Gov
ernor and members of the Legislature was a
grand success. The house was brilliantly
illuminated and decorated. Mayor Morgan
G. Bnlkeley and Frederick C. Penfield offici
ated as nshers. The guests were received by
ex-Lieutenant Governor Bulkeley, assisted by
his wife, his daughter Miss May, Mrs. Brain
ard and Mrs. Colonel Budd of Lakeville.
Governor Waller, Lieutenant Governor Sum
ner, Secretaries Pember and Stanton, General
Russell and General Ford of New Haven,
Speaker Harrison and Colonel E. M. Graves
were among the callers. An elegant collation
was spread and there was a fine floral display-
Board of Public Works.
Bids and Bids W bo Were the Lsckjr
Bidders Various Other Matters or Pub
At a joint meeting of the Selectmen and
Board of Publio Works last evening Edwin
M. Tuttle was reappointed tender of the
Quinnipiac drawbridge at the same salary as
last year, f 800.
The Selectmen then withdrew and the
Board of Publio Works went to work. Cor
nelius Pierpont, president of the Centerville
horse railroad, appeared and asked permis
sion to tear op the Telford pavement on Dix
well avenue for a short distanoe and substi
tute Belgian blocks for a few feet each
side of tbe railroad track. The matter was
referred to the Committee on Streets.
Alderman Ernest Klenke asked for the regu
lation of the Greene street overfiow.Beferred
to the Committee on Sewers.
Mr. S. L. Blatchley objected to the laying
of cobble stones on the State street horse
railroad track. The road would much prefer
a Belgian pavement.
Bids for the sewer In Osborn fctreet from
William street to the railroad were opened as
follows: A. Carroll, $417 f0; M. Fitzpatrick,
$432. 50; P. Maker, $433.00; L. O'Brien,
$413.00; M. Kehoe, $394. SO. The contract
was awarded to Mr. Kehoe.
Bids for sewer in Elm street, from Garden
street to University Place: M. Fit2patriek,
$598: L. O'Brien, $43 50: P. Mahsr.
$64150; M. Kehoe, $0.18.50. The Sdhtrsot
was awarded to Mr. O Brien
Bids for sewer in poplar street: John
Cavanagh, $16.72(J; M Fitzpatrick. $19,
377; P. Maher, $22 366 50; L. O'Brien,
$17,775; M. Kehoe, $18,012 40. Cavanagh
got the Contract.
Bicls for masonry for tbe sewer in Poplar
street to the Qainnipiao river: John ijava
naeh, $7,105; M. Kehoe, $6,012; L.
O'Brien. $7,430; M. Fitzpatrick, $8,184.
The award went to Kehoe.
Bids for a pile foundation of ne wer in
Poplar street from River street to Qainnipiao
river: Wm. E Ailing. $5,547; John Cav
anaugh. $4,988 50; O. R. Waterhouse & Son,
$5,566.90. John Cavanagh was given the
Bids for the State street pavement were
opened. G. Pohlman, P. Dowllng, C. W.
BUkeslee-ft Son, and R. Connor were the
bidders. The lowest bid was that of C. W.
Blakeslee 4 Son, and tbey were awarded the
contract, the kind of stone nsed to be decid
T. M. Cos was appointed inspector of the
new State street pavement at a salary of $3
It was voted that the city engineer notify
the property owners on State street from
Humphrey street to Neek bridge to make
the necessary connections with sewer, gas
and water mains before April 15th.
Mr. Holcomb brought up the matter of the
Chestnut street dump. Mr. H. G Shepherd
testified that some individual made trouble
by dumping on the eround. He said that
Mr. John Tuttle and bis son caused the
trouble. "If tbe matter isn't stopped the
street will smell worse than a Democratic
caucus. " This remark eompletely upset tbe
gravity of the beard. Mr. Pond oame to the
rescne by a motion that measures be taken to
prosecute anyone that could be found dump
ing on the street. It was voted that tke su
perintendent of streets detect, if possible,
any persons dumping an the street and re
port the same ta the prosecuting attorney.
Superintendent of streets stated that Wto,
O'Keefe offered $30 for the temtrorary b?kl
Ing for the road roller on Grand fctrWt Tnat
was the only bid he conld. get e boiiding
cost $97,150. Mr. T-s empowered to
accept the bja.
jjj.jgow Mr. Feldman were appointed
mittee to act in conjunction with the
superintendent or streets in procuring a suit
able lot for a building for storing the road
roller and tools nsed In the work on the
City Engineer HSl advocated the purchase
of a machine for testing cement. Tbe nut'
chine would cost about $175. Mr. Hill was
empowered to purchase a machine.
Mr. L. O'Brien protested against awarding
the Poplar street sewer contract to Mr Cav
anagh, of Boston. He did not think his
William Sullivan was appointed tender of
the Chapel street drawbridge at the salary of
$60 a month.
The board passed a vote that hereafter
one bondsman would be required on a pro
posal and two on a contract. Adjourned.
Cheapest pntee in the oity to buy wood by the eord
kalfeord. q Barter eord or barrel. Orders by mat
. ,11 , .ttMHnn.
or sejepuone wiu w if
NEW HAVEN WOOD YARD,
Bell tf is Kast treat, app, Hyrt!e,
A COMPETENT riwedisa girl wants a situation
- to do general honsowork in a private family.
Oojd reiareaea. Inquire at
657 STATE ST REST,
" 1 T nights up, front.
A STTTJATIOK by a respectable girl at 000k and
a. lannaress or do goner al housework in a pri
vate family. Goad reference. Inquire for two days
at SM F&ANKXIN 8TKKET.
A SITUATION as nsanhman by a young nuvk.
thoroughly nuderstands the ears of nones,
harness and earrlagea, and la a good, careful driver
and willing to make himself generally useful. In
quire at 963 STATS BTaEBT.
AH expert double eatry Bookkeeper.
-.2lr" HOXU69. City.
TO RENT, two or three nnfurnished rooms
by a family without children. Address
ml9 2t "K"TH18 OFF10R.
SHOE SALESMAN. A young man 18 to SO years of
sge, with some knowledge of the business, can
find a permanent situation. Address
ml2t P. O. BOX 1005. City.
AFIBST-0XA8S striper and nntsber.
BBOCKXTT A TOTTLE CO.,
A GARDENER, who has had charge for the last
twenty Tears of tbe a-arde s and hot, hnnaaa or
ths late EL 8. Fellowes, of Ne Haven, wishes a alml-
lar situation: understands the care of stava and
green hooea plants, hot and cold grapery flowers aad '
vegetables. Can be seen until Ma; lit In the gardens
which he has ao long caed for. Refers by permis
sion to F. Wayland Fellowes, 63 Whitney avenue.
..ow mitf si,-
APRIL 1st, a competent young man to work on a
farm where is kant a hard of Jeraev m mn
be a good milker and a careful attendant; refertnoe
required from last employer.
a. w. BABSETT,
mal8 it Birmingham. Conn.-
el Tenement of not over four rooms for a fam
ily of three adults. Rent must be moderate :
location rather central. Addnss
m!8 St J. D., Oourisr Onto.
SECOND-HAND clothing bought and sold, cleaned
and repaired. Orders by mall promptly at
tended to. MO. 31 GEORGE STKEET.
rTV BUY lot of Seoond-hand Furniture andOar
X pets. Highest cash price paid. Orders by mat
promptly attended to at
lal7 38 0 BURGH STREET.
Q TO WHOM it May CONCERN
MONEV liberally advanoed in sums
to salt on all kinds of merchan
dise and personal property of
every description at .
Old and Reliable Money Loan Office.
01 -vna os b l a ris btmket, lNew Hr.ven. Oonn.
All legal liziuotiODa Btriotly oontldeiitisJ. J&5
PECK'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
March 21st and 22d.
A Surprise Party,
M'lle Qirard'8 Popular
English Novelty and Come
45 Recognized Artists. 45
Bee future announcements for particulars.
mia at .
ROLLER SKATING RINK.
0. E. CLIFFORD MANAGER
FRIDAY, IttARni 21st,
Afternoon and EYenlog,
Great Musical Sensation !
HUNGARIAN GYPSY BAND
Nothing like It ever heard In America. To hear
these men play their "Lesarbss," to listen to ths long
drawn wail of Lessen, the frantic rush and ths sbarp
breaking ef the rhythm in the frlska, ia to appreciate
what ferocious intensity of sffect musle is capable of.
Every one ahonld h.ar the gypeiea before their re
turn to their native land as this will be their
last aonearanoe. Concert from a.sn a an
o'clock. 8ktl g till lt.no o'clock. Afternoon admla
alon ltc Afternoon admission, lnolndlng reserved
BMt. 2&o. Evening admtstloa 25o. Evening admla
sion, lnctndlng reserved seat, 36o. Tickets now on
e!e at ths Blnk. Evsning concert from 7.30 to g.tr
o'clock. mio at
New Uaveu Opera Mouse,
Friday and Saturday Eveninss and
MAKCH 2 1st AND 22d.
THE GREAT COMEDY SUCCESS.
A R&G BABY."
By 0n..a. H. Hott, utior of A BUNCH OF KBITS, v
under th management of
fiVGSXE TOMPKINS, or tbe Boa torn The
ater. A GREAT CAST OP FAVORITES:
LEU A FABRBLL.
H. J. OiNNOR,
D. P. 8TEHLE,
W. a. MTJJJALAH.
MUSICAL DIRECTOR - - Mb. HARRY BRAHAM.
NEW SCKIERI ! NB W MUSIC
WSee bills and annonncementa for particulars
Beats now on sals at Mathushek Piano Rooms.
New American Theater.
Church UU, below poatomce. Strictly a family resort
MONDAY, MARCH 17tb.
Eilra Matinee St. Fatrick,'e Day.
LANE'S UP TO THE TIMES COMPANY,
Introducing the Great Gosedieu and Specialty Star,
HARRY O. RICHMOND,
and a Great Oompany Comprising
John B. Will, Miss May Adama, Miss Earle Bearer
ton, William Hines, Miss Lena Cold, Jerome
Stanslll, K. J. Reb.n, Miss May
ct I Snow Bonnd Travelers.
Act II The Rt hears. 1.
"I can gat you in the game on that."
Act III- Mr. Moreland'a Country Hesldenee.
Popular Prices, 15, gg, ss and 6l'c. Matinees 360,
CARLL'M OPKKA HOUSE.
Friday and Saturday JCveninae, Marcr
ill and .
For the Benefit of the Yale Nary.
College fun by college boys. A characteristic col
lege entertainment given wholly by tindergradoatea
of Ysle Oollege, introducing the YALE OLEK OLTJB
and FOUR END MEN in a negro minstrel first part.
Music by ths BANJO CLUB, consisting of nlDe men,
and artistic Clog Dancing. Part Second The first
prodnotlan ef a moat laughable travesty on "The '
Banker ljangbter," entitled ''The Baker'a Daugh
ter," written expressly for this occasion by Waldorf
H. Phillips Esq.. author of "Conrad tha Corsair."
etc. This play embraces a oast of lourteen chares
trrs, and intror'noee the Glee Club in new and origi
nal choruses. It coneiets of two acts and six scenes,
and Introduces impressive tableaux and novel ana
striking stage effects.
Beierved seats at Besra' Drug Store. Prices as
s ss asa am INFORMATION IN REGARD TO
LULL CHEAP LAND
Rate, tn Texas, Araansas and California.
Pamphlets, etc. deseribioff lands for ssle ean ba
had by addressing J. J. FO rVLER, East. Pasa Agent.
Utica, N. Y.: J. D. MaBEATH, N. E. Pass. Agt., Bos
ton. D. W. JANOW1TZ, 8. E. Pass. Agent, Baltimore.
Md. H. B. MrCLELLaN.
Gen. East. Psss. Agent Mo. Pao. BR, 83 Broadway. -
jw 1 org. Timivim
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TER COAL for Open Grates.
All other kinds and sizes of ooal as usual.
ENOS 8. KIMB1RLV,
111 Church St. (Cutler car.), and Grand
mal7 6t -
Prejarefl lalsom Fnisli,
The Best and Cheapest In the Market,
BaUroaa ai Liii Colors.
Also a fall Una of '
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
N0S. 396 AND 398 STATE ST.
airs. W. H. H. MURRAY, M. D.,
So 139 Chapel Street,
PHYSICIAN ASU SCKGEUX.
Office hours from 10 to 11 a m. and 3 to 5 p. m.
Safe For Sale.
OHK of Herring a largest and best Safes, In splen
did order, will be sold low if sold soon, i'er
particulars call at
MERWIS'S REAL ESTATE OJTICE,
fx 27 Chapel ptreet,