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January 19 1887.
VOL. LV pCCtill 0ttJCCS. A The deepest ut In prices that many years I the onejuit accomplished at Monson & Carpenter's, No more determined effort was ever made by this house. They have a large stock of ladles' and misses' cloaks, wraps, fete., and they must be turned Into money at once. Read the following and call at ones and be convinced. Boucla Wrap at $10, former price $18. , Feather trimmed wraps at 8, former price $90. 4 Mattleaaee Newmarkets at Sia, farmer price $35 1 long SoiUienne wrap $15, former price $35. 1 Mattlea-e wrap at $31.50, former price $38, 8 feather trimmed wraps at $t), former price $18. 1 seal plush wrap at $ , former price $32. 8 seal plnshraps at $30, former price $87.50. Caoaulsterrft jiO, former prioe $13.50. Btorm ulsters at $4.5", former price $7.50. Astrachan Mmmed Newmarkets at $11, former price $. ' Astrachan trimmed Newmarkets at $6.75, former price $15. Bouole Newmarkets at $9.50, former price $16. Plain Newmarkets at $H. former price $13.50. Boude Newmarkets at $10, sormer price $18 50. Nutria trimmed Newmarkets at $10, former price ! $28. Plain black Newmarkets at $7. former price $11. 50 : Plain brown Newmarkets at $9.50, former price $16. Plain brown Newmarkets at $3.50, former price Sia.au, Every srarment of the above is exactly as call and examine. We cannot guarantee all that will fit yon. and that voa will be glad to morning call. We offer a very large and and Fancy Groceries. Teas ImnortAd mid nnmnstip. Wines. Brandies. Old Crow Whiskies, London Porter, Bass Ales, "Webotsclianer" Laser. A large stock of Imported Havana Cigars at close figures. New goods arriving every day. PEOPLE ARE That we are really selling our goods lower than same. PICTURE ... , . i;, 0f v Inw ve nave r- ; - pictures framed at our store during this month of January. PHOTOGRAPHS, ARTOTYPES, &c., c?SS andlnak'e yonr selections of our nice and varied line of mouldings. BOSTON : : i : CENT STOKE. TSO Chapel W. P. O 65 CHURCH STREET, opposite P.O. A ? 1 T. 79 to 89 RAILROAD AVENUE. inantml. JOHN KERLGY, DEALER IN. Kansas MortPEe Bonis, And Other Imrestment Securities I call the attention of investors to the large inter est and undoubted security offered in this class of investments. once, S 14 Oeorare Street, New Haven, Conn. Now The Time To Speculate. A CTTVE FLUCTUATIONS in the market offer opportunities to speculators to make money In QrainTstocks, Bonds and Petroleum. Prompt Deraonal attention given to orders received by wire S?maiL Correspondence solicited. Full informa tiOTibOut the markets in our book, which will be forwarded free on application. , M O. KILK, Banker and Broker, 88 Broad and 30Iew Streets, New York City. deaOdawty -- - -- ' ' '". STOCKS0 FOR jgfttE 15 shares New Haven Water Co.'s Stock. 10 Shares New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co.'s stock. 15 shares Southern New England Telephone stock. 17 shares Shore line Railroad stock. SO shares National Tradesmen's Bank stock. 40 shares Bridgeport Electric Light stock. 7 shares New Haven Electric Light Co.'s stock. H. C. WARREN & CO., 87 Orange Street. , INVESTMENTS. Largely usad for Savings Banks and Trust Funds. , Property well insured and guaranteed. No better Securities can be found. Interest.- l-Aounteuriiy jjunrBecurity. ? 1 1 7 1,900 1,200 5.260 1,400 4.000 8,500 4,000 l.UOO 1,600 2.400 1,850 900 800 400 850 600 800 8,300 8,300 1,500 1,150 S,550 8,030 l.UOU 509 600 800 400 Address or call 85 ORANGE STREET, SECOND FLOOR. ttdawlm ALFRED WALKER. FOR SALE AT medley Bros. & Go's Stables, - -171 and 173 Brewery St. Gentlemen's Double and Single Driving Horses and Draft Horses. IN STOREHOUSE. Shew Cases, Shelving, Sleighs, Express Wagons. Also Fine Spindle Wagons. Smedley Bros. & Co. LADIES JtJJyftohKe the fineit-poltahed tore in tbA tops once wockt rat je py DEAT-MOSS ! The most economical stable Bedding. Keep. Horse, ft Cattle Clean, tlie Air Purajaid. Hoot, la Good Condition, lOO lb., o PeM-Mas. wCD oatlsBt 300 lbm. of straw. feat-Moss Is not as in flammable as straw. It yields a loch Fertiliser. Forcircuhirsand flrHtrClass testimonials apply at headquarters, 1 7 2 Front St.Kew York, t. d. STROHnsTsa ft Co. - One Four-seated, G reat Bar- .:.' gain. One Portland ditto. One Business ditto. C COWLES & CO , 47 ORANGE ST. E. D. HENDEE, BUOOE8SOB TO- W. D. BRYAN, C f& T OM TAILOR wo. tar nurii rr. AllapwKewTear. The unparalleled ease and comfort only obtained bytne peculiar patented principle of the -EIGHMIE PATENT SHIRT I" commend it to all who want the BEST. Thlt superior shirt can only be had of .MBoe (at restdcnnel. No. 28 Oollw rtreet. A iene? for saGHMIE" and BURT'S" Shirta - gSSL ordera promptly flllert. d30 Rich as GOLD LEAF."-N. Y.Hsaito. , nrrra wvKRYTHING, raanas, FuBKiTiraa, Pa rr f iBrKv11nflu . Bold V. TiAltF;FTt.l.YT , f n SLEIGHS 'ncial gjloltcgg. CRASS. has happened in this city for Tavmv VjAwmftrbAtjrict-Sllft- former Drice Jersey braided Newmarkets $10.50, former price Plain Jersey Newmarkets $9.50, former price $18 50. Misses Boucle Newmarkets $4.25, former price B.7B. Misses' plain Newmarkets! $4, former price SWbO. Misses' Astracnan trimmea jMewmariteis (.ou, former price $16. Misses Astrachan trimmed Newmarkets. $5,50, former price $9. tm f Jhiases' cane Newmarkets $5.75. former erlce $9: Misses' fur trimmed Newmarkets $7, former nrifvi ft 12. Misses' Astrachan cape Newmarkets $4.50, form er nrimt fiA Misses' Astrachan cape Newmarkets $3, former price $5. M isjsaa xilAln VAwnarlrAtn Sft.75. former nrice X7. One lot of ladies' jackets that sold from $7 to $10 formerly, will be offered aj he uniform price $3.50 represented, and we will be triad to have you sizes in each, bnt feel sure can find something own at the prices asked. We urge an early MONSON & CARPENTER, -64 and 768 Chapel Street. complete stock of Staple and Coffees a specialty, FINDING OUT previous, and are taking advantage of the FRAMING. nridHR in frarainsr pictures, but notwith- . FIFTEEN CENTS on the dollar for all c3 OO., Proprietors. Street. GILBERT, 0aA and fuoros. FOR RENT, m A NICE front chamber, handsomely furn ished, with alcove. Also a handsome suite of anJ."rni8ae00n"- '""CHAPEL STREET. Pleasant Rooms, witlii-TKoard, M-Suitable for gentleman and wjfe. Also Rooms for single gentlemen. AH easantly situated. (Also table board. Call at my29tf , f . 556 CHAPEL STREET, . Board and Rooms, . T.iralfl nntt pnntfamnn in want of fur- ifhished rooms and board with home comforts, laUILalso tabl board, call at TTiatf g?6 ORANBE STREET. Eflucaiion. European School of Languages, r OF NEW HAVEN. (Palladium Building.) French, German, Italian, Spanlan, By Nativb Tkachkrb. Also Greek and Ltin. For further particulars npply on Tuesdays, from 4 to i, and Saturdays from 1 to 5 to the principal. R. di LARRARD, ,. 6m 99 Orange street. Room 9 Over 46. 48 and SO Ciiurcn street. Thorough practical Commercial Training for Young Men and Ladies. One year, or unlimited scholarship (60, Including all expenses. Six months $40. Three months $25. Penmanship, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Business Forms. Correspondence, Commercial Law.. Bank fni7 Finance. &c. taught separately if desired. SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING Good po sitions to competent graduates. Practical merchandise and produce department governed by daily quotations. uay ana evening seaHion. oegui Depteuiuer win. Call for circular. au!8 The Public and all Close Bayers fixe parlor fcrsiturte, are requested to call and examine the extraordi nary bargains orrerea oy E. H. VETTER, Manufacturer of Fin Parlor Furniture, as I am about to change my business, that is only to man ufacture to order. I will sell ail my first class goods on hand at 15 per cent, less than regular 6 rice. The mcst of my goods are covered in Silk rocatelle. Silk cashmere and Plain and Crushed Plushes. The frames are of Mahogany. Rosewood. Coco bold. Cherry and Walnut. They are of the latest patterns, and also warranted to be made with first-class materials and by skillful workman ship. No Excelsior used. All or. I ers for reuphols- tering promptly attenaea to at tne lowest prices. 674 Chapel Street, d30 Near the New Haven Opera House.- HOLIDAY GOODS ! AT HENRY GOODMAN & SON'S, iwitz urown street. Old Mononganela Rye "Whisky, ? OU Mai. A' v. ..l.;.... me jaipatca Kum, Fine Scotch Whiskv. Sherry Wines, French Clarets, Angelica Wine, Rhine Wines, Muscatel Wine, Moselle Wines, Port Wine, Sauternes, Catawba wine. Hock Wines, Hungarian Wines, California Clarets. CHAMPaGNES Piper Heidsieck, Q. H. Mumm's, (jalirornia unampaene. bpienaia ior lanie use. Bass' Ale. Ouiness' Stout and Burton Ale drawn from the wood. Especially kept on hand for me dicinal use. We also have them in gtass. Import ed Ginger Ale, German eeltzer and Appollinaris w atnrs in lugs ana glass. inojpr new sweet uiaer. KEY WEST CIGARS a genuine Key West Havana Cigar for irtCiSMTS Goons Delivered to Ast- PaKtpT tbe Citt. 11ENKY (J00D11AN SON, Register and Union copy. " ' POUNTAIN PENS. . The simplest, the cheapest, the best. , THE NEW YALE. r7 Coll ancTexanitie them at 697 CHAPEL. STREET. NORTHROP THE ART DEALER District of New iaven. as. Probate Court, I January 17. A. D. 1887 f ESTATE of JOHN C. TRAGUS, la to of New Haven, in said district, deceased. The Court of Probate for the district of New Ha ven bath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of said estate to ex hibit tbeir claims for settlement. Those whoneg- within sdki time, will be debarred a recovery. Ail persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate jpayment to MARY ANN TRELOAR, Executrix, Jal8 2t lw 150 High Street. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, I January 17. 1887. f ESTATE of ESTHER BALDWIN, late of New Haven, in said district, deceased. -The administrator having exhibited his admin istration account witb said estate tQ this court for allowance, it is ORDERED That the 24th day of Jan., A.D. 1887, a nViinok in the forenoon at the Probate office in New Haven, be and the same is assigned tdt a hear ing on the allowance of eaid adminfetration ac count with said estate, and this court directs the administrator to cite all persons interested therel tn innnu at. haM ft mo ami nlace. bv rjublishine th( order in some newspaper having a circulatiotft in said district, and by postini ig a copy on tne puonc S'gnposc in tne town oi new iaven wnere tne deceased last dwelt, lain at A. HEATON ROBERTSON, Judge' AGEflTS WANTED. i-r-r. - inurn mokkT 'Solendid LI I I Lt Ju "nirintlnK Wheel Holiday Gift, elegant, noVel an' useful. MerM C(otnmg mnm ioi v u-iLr; ioka. Albums. En velopes, Paper, Ac. perfect'! Clos; '.."jS and can be carried in the pocxet. Is nicely p..r" sells at sight. Send 2 cents postage for catalogue and agents' terms. V . II. KKELKH, jalOeodawlm Main and Seneca 8ta, Buffalo.N.Y. HOTEL DEVONSHIRE. 42D STREET, NEW YORK. Opposite Grand Central Depot AD JOINING LINCOLN BANK. i Rooms from 50 cents upwards. Elegant ,il!W auits for families. Restaurant flrst-claas at immoderate prices. Baggage to and from de Pot tree. - S. Ii. H18Gf'1. Honradcz Cigarette-. " RICE PaPEa,are long-ctit Havana tobacco. 10 cents per package of 20. ) eaters supplied K. E. HALL ASON. -770 Uhsvel Streat. House For Sale 94UO Carta. e4a. a GOOD HOUSE at a moderate price. liiilL nnlv Sinn niuh rannired. . A few lots at low prices, and money furnished t ouiia wun. . . t '- t Callat - , - . ' .: j ' f . , E, BALD WlBffIB iU. 15 daw- Heal Estate Agency. 818 Chapel St. For Rent. . For Rent. MOIJR list of rents is always large and open to inspection from 8 in the morning until 8:S0 at evening.- We have now 47 rents on our boards, at prices ranging from $8 per jronth upward to $100 per month, and located in all parts or the city. Pmmnt ravine tenants like to deal with us, and others know better than to hire of us. We ayerggw t. thi time of vear abSut -fifty calls dai- frar those looking for a rent. Therefore our list tea good place to exhibit houses and tenements. or gT!?! generally acknowledged by those who house than the owner can get, and save him all time and annoyance in taking care of his own property, and we are Just as prompt in accounting to owners as we are in collecting from the tenants. ttim ir. mat we mst- nture ur-v .uvu? w... - Try us. , Horace P. Hoadley, S BOsDLEZ BtJItOINO. ja12 Opposite Postoffloe. FOR SALE. S4l A LARGE HOUSE, near center. pjiil A good central business property very low. T. G. SLOAN A SON, Room S Benedict's Building. Agents Germania Fi reinsurance Co. For Sale For $6,500. Si. A GOOD HOU3E, located central, a few n miii.iim walk west from the postofflce, with S!M in.nmroinnta. Lot 50x17a. with barn. a rjonn ROUSE on Howard avenue. 14 rooms; can be bought f or $ 4 , 00. Terms easy. A number or aesiraDie io bwiib wu. w. FOR RENT, Some desirable Houses and Tenements. . Money to loan on real estate at 5 per cent. For particulars inquire at wo to (nRtTROH STREET. ROOM 8. lyOffloe open evenings from 7 to 8. FOR BEST, frL PYTHIAN HALL (over Journal and Cou BjnTT rier Office), Tueeday evening. Apply at Pho BiiiLtograpic Rooms of I. H. STODUARD. jtt 844 Chapel street. FOR RENT, a nr..trv hrirk block house of 12 rooms, ff.iil with all conveniences, at No. 58 Whalley ave- aatnue. near 1 wignt street. "Jgg" jaBt( -194 Orange Street, FOR SALE, tesfc. A PROPERTY on Congress avenue; lot ; 55x ETHl 1-k Th nronertv rents for S1.225. Will be BlilLsold for 89,000. A good investment for anyone. MER WIN'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE, ja6 759 Chapel Street. FOR REST, SEVERAL well lighted lofts, with or with out steam power. t. ""oiril laswasli D1 J HimmABI'S REAL ESTATE AND FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. t MONEY at 5 per cent, interest. Builders and borrowers accommodated on short no tice. Houses and lots f or sale in all parts of the city. Farms and shore property. pm collections a specialty. AH Kinds Ol insurance placed in first-class companies htmtm N COOKE. Azents. 63 cahnrch-St. Opposite Postofflce. (Open evening.) LOTS FOR SALE On Pearl Street, on Leonard street. Prices Low. Ob Bishop Street, On Elm Street, -On Blatchler Avenue, On Srove street. Terms Easy. Money loaned to build on at a per cent. Open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday even ings CHAN. H. IWKBU, FOR RENT, A NUMBER of tenements in all parts of SlSLthe city, FOR SALE, On eanv terms. Houses and Building Lots. Ap ply at the office of J. L. KIEKNAM, ' Room 6, 818 Chapel street. Open evenings from 7 to 19 OFFICES TO RENT. LEASANT offices to rent with steam heat and all modern improvements. very uesiiamo for law offices. Can be rented at 15' be rented at 101 wnurtasinOT, next to City Hall. Inquire of d29tr C. T. DRISCOLL. Farm For Sale. t 250 ACRES. Good buildings. Large quan tity of wood and timber. Would rent the farm to a arood man, witb the privilege of oniiinc wood on shares. Adjoins railroad, with tumour f i ir lnadtfie wootr And timber.' Railroa-a bcompanr wili-fWtyer wood in thSvcity at Jlper beard freight. Jftly to - f f GEORGE A. IS BEL, I,. , Room 1. 792 Chapel Street. FOR SALE,. . t" TTlIAirE"a specialty of ouilding one-family houses with all modern improvements on At water street, Fair Haven. Room for stable on lot. Price $3,200. Call and see me day or even- in?. J. W. HOWLAND. J09 Atwater stre t. FOR RENT. THREE NICE ROOMS, first floor, $8 per month ; western part of the city. . HOOKER & WARREN. 1!) Exchange Building. o23 FOR RENT. at- EITHER separate or together, the large ja store and rear buildings No. 479 State street. HlLThese Dremises are well adapted to either a large mercantile or manufacturing -business; also rooms with or without power on East Water street. Also for sale Or rent, dwelling houses in city and suburbs. J. W. BISHOP, aulltE .yy pmto pitc-m. A Few Hundred Dollars Will Se cure a Good Home. a ONE FAMILY HOUSE. 800 Atwater street. fc3- House and barn, 29 Auburn street. Two-fam- li-ilv house. No. 11 Clay street. Two-ramiiy house, 460 Orchard -street. All to be sold low if sold within ten days. Also for rent, first -Boor 78 Wool Bey street; first floor 10 Newhall street; 115 Portsea street; 121 Portsea street; 310 Congress avenue, and second floor 29 Auburn street. 60 OHirnOff WTRV.F.T - nn1S 'zgiistzXlnnzaxxs. Where ou ean Save from lO to per cent. Don't take my word for it, bnt come and see for yourself. All goods marked in plain figures. Nothing bnt reliable goods kept. 1 am now maklnor firje- mul . (i i'.i, rtr oiltr... TllftfPfl nsrA ifi r Wo!" 3. II. G. DURANT, Practical Watehmaker and. Jeweler, 38 and 40 Church street. A Hall Type Writer for sale cheap. The Directory for Nursss Established some months since upon, the plan fol lowed in Boston and Philadelphia has now on its Register nearly one hundred names of the best nurse3 residing in New Haven and vicinity, and of this number a 'arge proportion are graduates of the Training School, who not only have their di ploma, but have had experience in the sick room since graduating, and have furnisned references from well-known physi jians and famHirs ith whom tlipy have nursed. Those furnished by tbe rjrectory as Trained Nurses are all graduates of good standi og from reo ognized training schools. But realizing the fact that not everyone requiring the services of a nurse is able to pay the price the services of 0 trained nurse will command and that there are many ex cellent nurses of large experience willing to devote their time to the sick for a much less price than the former, the Directory is open to all reliable nurses, both male and female, who can furnish good refer ence from responsible parties and are willing to conform to tbe rules of the directory. Any party wishing to register must answer in writing the fol io wing: questions: Name. Age. . - , t r Residence - : : How long hove you been nursing? ' In what public institution, if any. have you nursed Have you a diploma from a training school for nurses?' it so give the name and date. Branch of nursing preferred. - - Will you nurse contagious cases? Insane patients? Children? Price charged by the day or week. Give the nam Of t.hr nh voir! ana nriH tbpAA families in which you have nursed during the past inu years. And after having their name entered on the Reg ister the nurse is expected to keen the Directory promptly notified of the beginning and nd of his or her engagements, whether made through the Directory or otherwise. Bv this means the Direc tory is able to furnish raliahle information to nar- l Litjs wismug a nurse in any emergency, or aesiring w HJUKe hh engagement ior ine luture, wmcn wiu sav much exnense. time and anxietv. Oosamunications by mail, telegraph or telephone wit receive prompt anenuon. F. L. WASKDUnVM. D., - 84, CHURCH STltEflT, , M2W HAVE. , Residence -350 Howard Avenset District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, I 1 a rulUT-V 15. A. I. 18S7. I ESTATE of AJTVA SCHEOEDEB. late Of New Haves, in said district, defoased. i, Upon the application of Amelia WoiTOOke.'pray. Ing that letters oradrainirtion may be granted on said estate, as per application pn gje more fuy OBDEBED, That sld application be heard and, determined at tbe Probate umce in new niru,iu ..in riiatriot. m rbn 2d (tev of January. A B, 1887. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, and that notice he iriven of the Denduncv of said application and the time and place of hearing tnereon, by publish InKthe same three times in some newspaper hav in? a circulation in said district. K a. HEATON BOBERTSON, JalUt ' Tudp. Local Wulker Bee4 J roa jairaaaT 18, 1887. 7. A. M. 3. 10 r. a. r. u. 29.81 - 00.18 18 2 67 77 WW NW7 - Clear Clear Barometer Thermometer. . . 99.64 20 Humidity o Wind, direction and " velocity in miles per hour W8 Weather Clear Mean bar.. 89.88; mean temp. , is; 0.4; mean humid rainfall, .00 ttv.OK Max temp., 36: mln. temp , Inches. Max. hourly velocity of wind, 21 miles. WOK JXKUABY 18, 188S. Mean bar. 35.20; mean temp., 25. Max. temp., 31; min. temp 19. J. H. SHERMAN. S. O. U. S. A. Note: A minus sign pnflxed to thermometer readings indicates temperefcare below sero. ' A dishf lin connection with rainfall indicates precipitation too small to measure. . t - i I Melted snow. ' UtrNIATPRBALOANAC. JANUARY 19. Bus Rises, Sim Sara, 7:14! 4:52 Moon Risks, 8:03 I Hran WiTti, i 7:w OEATI1. REILLET In Fair Haven, Jan. 17. Mrs. Anna M.ri. RiillRV. aired 78 vears. wife of ex-City Sheriff James Reilley, one of Mew Haven's oldest citizens LOST A PAIR OF L AD1 KB' HULU on Chapel or State street. MX M. nd Y" 1J .J O. - .J, The finder will please leave them at - jai ii- ; THIS OFFICE. LADIES v.a.i mm kjuicres cwice a vear. tone once a week and you have the finest-polished stove in the world. For sale by all Grocers and Stove Dealers. Parlor Pride M'r'o Co , 140 commercial street, Boston: Yale. Bryant & Co., New Haven, Ct.; Geo, 3. Smith & Co., Norwich, Conn., Jobbing Agents. jalt) INVESTMENTS Exempt From Taxation. 83,000 New York & New England 6 per i bonds. 81.000 Portland Town 6 per cent, bonds. Danbur y t jNorwaia kk Co. guaranteed 5 per cent, stock. BUNNELL & SCR ANTON, Banker and Brokers, 738 AND T34 CHAPBL 9 I BKBT, PUNJAB TABLES -AND STANDS; STYLISH. SENSIBLE, CHEAP. CHAMBEULIX &-C0., Orange and Crown Streets. BABY'S SKIN, Infantile and Birth Speedily Cured Humors Cuiieura. TIOR Cleansing the Skin and Scalp of Birth Hu I mors, for allavinE Itching. Burning and Intia- mation. for curing the first symptoms of Eesema. Psoriasis, Milk Crust, Seal a Head, Scrofula and other inherited skin and blood diseases, Cuticcba. tho mat akin dire, and Cdticcba Soap, an exqui site Skin Beautifler. externally, and Cuticura Ke solvent, the new Blood Purifier, internally, are in fallible. Absolutely pure. ffl y Oldest Child, Now six years of age. when an intant six months old, was attacked with a viruleut, malignant skin disrase. All ordinary remedies failing, we called our family physician, who attempted to cure it; but it spread with almost incredible rapidity, until the lower portion of the little fellow's person, from tne middle or nis oaca aown to nis uew ws una solid rash, ugly, pa nful, blotched and malicious. We had nreat at altfftt, no peace by day. The physician did not know then, and dbes no( know now. what it was Finally we were) advised to try Cuticura Remedies. Without the kupwledge of our physician I procured a box of Cuticara and a cake of Cuticura Soap. The effect Was simply Marvellous, Using the two together, first washing him thor oughly witn uu(icura ctoap, uien .uumuiv i't" wTh Cuticura. From the first application achange for the better appeared The doctor said we had no further use of him, and ceased his visits. In three or four weeks a complete cure was wrought, leaving the llttl- rellow's person as white and healthy as though he had never been attacked. In my opinion your valuable remedies saved his life, and to-day he is a strong, healthy child, perfectly well, no repetition of the disease having ever oc curred. You are welcome to make any use of this you may deem best. GEO. B. SMITH, -Altoraey-at uiw auu cje rrw. Aiwruoj, ' . - ' Ashland, Ohio. Reference: J. O. Weist, Druggist, Ashland, O. Cuticara Remedies Are sold everywhere. Prices: Cuticura, 50 cents; Kksolvznt. 81: Soap, 25 cents. Prepared by Pot- Tsa Dauo and Chemical Co , Boston, Mass. Send for "How to Cure Skin Disease.' n any Use rntlcura Soap, an exquisitely DAD I perfumed Skin Beaullfler. RHEUMATIC PAINS Neuralgic. Sciatic, Sudden, Sharp and Nervous Pains and Strains relieved In one minute by the Cuticura Aull Pala Piaster. Warrant ed. At all druggists, 25 cents; five for 81. Potter Drug and Chemical Company, Boston, Mass. jal9wasaw miitQbie MORTGAGE CDMEANY. CAPITAL. - - $600,000 - Represented by PRESTON & BARTLETT, 737 Chapel Street, NEW HAVEN, CONK. DEBENTURES A2TD Guaranteed Farm Mortgages OFFICES. RBFBREKCES. FlrttNat. Bank, NEW YORK. Boston Nat. Bank. BOSTON. Tth N.t. Bk., PHILADELPHIA. Am. Mat. Bank, KANSAS ClTf IV KW YORK, SOS Broadway. BOSTON, SS Court StrMt. PHII. ATSLPHIA. 11 8. 4th St. KANSAS CITY. 7Ut A Su. for rates of Interests and ftill Information pBND FOR rAMfULKV, INVESTORS Can be Supplied with Mortgages From $300 to $3,000 each. DEBENTURE BONDS From ftlOO to $1,000 each. Bcrlinoton, Vt Sept. 7, 1866. Charles N. Fow'er, Esq., Vice President Equitable Mortgage Co.: Dear Sir I fcegr to state that-the Burlington-Trust Co., located at Burlington, Vt.. has done quite a large business with the Equitable Mortgage.. Com pany of Kansas City, Mo., in the pa3t three years. and that all their transactions have been very satis factory to us. " I also have done quits a large amount or business with them personally, with en tire satisfaction. I think the company has excep tional facilities for making good loans in Missouri and Kansas, and 1 consider their endorsement or guarantee A No. 1. Very truly yours, (Signed) B. B. SMALLKY, jalOJaw, Vice President Burlington Trust Co. GReftT XT' ,lDiaNALI00Dl THE WORID RENOWNED 5ALVAT0A FOB INWJDS AND THE AGED, AN jNCOPARABLE AUAVENT FOR THE GROWTH AND PROTECTION OF IN FANTS AND CHILDREN. A .SUPERIOR NUTRITIVEr IN CONTINUED FEVERS AND A HtUAbut, rtt-ytLALr K AGENT IN ALL, DISEASES OF THE STOMACH AND. INTESTINES 'oLD 'BY' i 5111PP1NG DEPolf vwuiivuua. avii Mii fi T ifiiriri'riT (t ii'tfy m m News by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS. AN EXCITING EYICTION. The Police Kept Off Six Hours. MILLER GAINING " AT , ALBANY. Long's Followers ; Losing Heart At Boston. A BOYCOTT ON CANADIAN FISH. Awful Result Of A Joker's Trick. RCERE AT AN IRISH EVICTION. A Tenant and His Friends Held tb House ier six Hours Against a Large Force. Dublin, Jan. 18. A force of one hundred and eighty police and bailiffs commanded by Captain Plunkett set ont this morning to evict a tenantjiamed Edmund O'Grady liv ing at Cahirconluish, county Limerick. O'Grady, who is a powerfully bnilt man and enjoys a wide reputation as an athlete, had received warning of the coming of the bail iffs and filled his house with friends after barricading the building on all sides against the entrance of the visitors, besides which precautions he had removed tha outer stair case leading to the npper story. When the police and bailiffs arrived and took in the situation they proceeded after a short confer ence to fell the trees and shrubbery sur rounding the house in order to obtain suffi cient room in which to work, but in this em ployment they were several times interrupt ed by volleys of stones and showers of hot water thrown from the upper windows of the house. O'Grady with forty of his friends defended the npper story ' and when the bailiffs, who after exhausting other means of gaining entrance had procured lad ders, attempted to reach, -the . windows the defenders repulsed them "by " pushing the ladder down and hurling the bailiffs to the ground. In this way the inmates resist, ed all attempts to enter the house and the attacking party finally withdrew for another interchange of views and snggestious.Dnring these attempts to storm the O'Grady strong hold the crowds of peasants had increased in numbers and vehemence of expression, alter nately cheering and encouraging the occu pants of the honse, and jeering and hooting its assailants. Their strategic council being, ended the evictors again at? anced upon the honse. and while part of them renewed the attempts to gain ingress by the upper win dows the rest of the bailiffs crawled nnder the building and cut a hole through the floor and soon filled the lower sto ry. Meanwhile a detaenment oi police with loaded muskets covered tne de fenders at the npper windows and threatened to shoot should O'Grady and his adherents make the slightest movement upon the bailiffs in the house. The presence of half of the attacking party within and the deter mined attitude ot tnose outside convinced O'Grady finally that further resistance was useless and he and his party surrendered. His eviction was effected, but it took six hours to accomplish. O'Grady and seven of his friends weie arrested. During the time the bailiffs were trying to get into the house the polios were repeatedly compelled to charge upon the crowd with drawn batons; which they used meroilessly upon . the hbads of those nearest to them. ' " ; Five Folic; men Badly Wounded. Dublin, Jan. 18. The sheriff of Gwee- dore, County Donegal, accompanied by a strong posse of police staited on an eviction campaign in the Bloody Foreland ti-day and after proceeding a short distance found that the road had been effectively blocked with boulders by the peasantry. Leaving their horses and caits they pushed ahead on foot, taking a path lying betweeen the mountains and the sea. They made little headway before discovering that this pathway was also blocked and that a large body of peasants stood behind the barri cades ready to defend it. Sharp fighting ensued in which five policemen were badly wouudid A priest who was among the de fenders of the blockade succeeded in calming the people and stopping the fight. The police then olambered over the barricade and pro ceeded to tbe house of a tenant named Galla gher whom they evicted. They did not, however, enforce any other evictions aa they were unable to identify either the cottages or their tenants. After the Dolice departed the peasants reinstated Gallagher. A BOYCO TT ON CANADIAN FISH. Tne Honse Committee on Foreign Af fair Recommends Retaliation. Washington, Jan. 18. The report of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs accom panying the bill introduced by Mr. Belmont appointing a commission to make an inves tigation concerning losses and injuries in flicted since Deoember 31, 188u, on oitizens of the United States engaged in North Amer ican fisheries, af ter reviewing the various treaties and the violations theieof by Cana dians, reaches the following conclusions: That by the treaty of peace In 1783 the American citizens became partners with British subjects in all the coast fisheries in North America remaining to Great Britain; that in 1876 Canada prescribed penalties not warranted by the treaty which were made more severe, and that in 1886, nearly half a century after Signing the treaty, an offense entirely new in legislation was denounced in most general terms and punished by confis cation of everything- seized. A very serious feature of this last named legislation is that it has been approved by the British crown and it proclaims non-intercourse in Canada with American fishing vessels for general . trade. Of . that feature your committee has given careful consideration and is unanimously of opinion that if, and so long 'xasnon-interoouise with American fishing vessels shall be thus main tained in the ports oj" bays of the Dominion of Canada or Newfoundland, a non inter course should be immediately began and maintained in our own ports. Those vessels whother trading or fishing have within the meaning of the seventeenth section of the law of Congress of Jane 19,1886, been placed on the same footing in our ports as our own vessels clearing or entering foreign ports. Canadian vassels are' British vessels. The British crown has denied to American fish ing vessels commercial privileges extended to other vessels in Canadian porta. The motive and purpose of snoh de nial have been openly and plainly avowed by Canada to be, first, he punishment of such vessels because the United States levies a duty on Canadian fish, not fresh, for imme diate consumption. Bach as the government levies on all such fish not the product of American fisheries and imported from any foreign place whatever; and, secondly, to coerce the United States to exempt such Canadian fish from all duties and to enter into other new . reciprocal customs-relations with the Canadian Dominion and Newfoundland. It is a policy of threat and coercion, which, in the opinion of your committee, should be instantly and summa rily dealt with. The circumstances will war rant and require, in the opinion of your committee, not only non-intercouise with Canadian vessels bringing Canadian fish to our ports, bnt an exclusion of such fish from entry at our ports, whether brought by rail or by any other way. It is difficult to be lieve that Canada, having within the last twenty years so severely burdened herself with taxation by building railroads to Chi cago and St. Fanl and the whole West of our country, as well as to New York and Boston, will now deliberately and offensively enter upon and pursue a policy toward our fisher men which, if persisted in, can but end either in a suspension of commercial inter course by land ot sea. between her and our selves, or in consequences even more grave. CoDEressmaa Cox Improving. WasWkotoi?;": Ja- Congressman Cox's' physicians say their patient Is 'improv. ing slowly but surely and that he is some what better to-night. 49th Congress Second Session .-: Washington, Jan. 18. Senate. Mi. Gorman offered a preamble, which was laid over until to-morrow, to the effect that as it appeared that indignities re sulting in large loss had been offered to American fishermen in transit through Cana dian waters contrary to the rights nnder an- eiens treaties, and as by courtesy Canadian goods and vessels were permitted to have transit through American territory, it be re solved that the President be authorized to prohibit the continuance of such. courtesy to Canadian goods, engines and vessels if it should appear to him that the annoyancea to American fishermen were insisted on on the part of the Canadian authorities. Mr.Dawes asked if the committee had con sidered a similar bill last session. Mr. Frye replied that a sab-committee had considered the matter and would be prepared to make a report in a short time. . Mr. Dawes said every day the grievance became more inexcusable and glaring.. ' The Senate as a special; order took up the House bill declaring a forfeiture of lands granted to the New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Vicksburg railroad company and to con- nrm to the New Orleans .Pacific railroad company the grant of lands not forfeited. Mr. Fastis offered a substitute declaring forfeited all the lands granted, but provid ing for the continuation of titles acquired by any bona fide settlers from the railroad com panies. Atter deuate the bill was passed. Mr. Edmunds gave notice that at an early hour to-morrow he should move that tne Senate proceed to the consideration of execu tive business. (It is supposed that the exec utive session is for the y urpose of consider ing the Nicaraguan canal resolutions.) At p. m. the benate adjourned. House. A conference report on the Indi an severalty allotment bill was submitted and laid over. The bill to increase the pensions of sol diers and sailors who have lost both arms from $72 to $100 was reported and referred to the Committee of the Whole. Mr. Belmont reported a bill, which was referred, appointing a commission to investi gate the losses since December 31, 1885, upon citizens of the United States engaged in the North Atlantic fisheries. In the morning hoar the House took up the joint resolution to investigate the ac counts, of tbe Paoifio railroads. Mr. Crisp offered an amendment as to the character of assets upon which the government had a lien for its loan. Mr. Anderson offered an amendment in quiring whether any dividends had been paid unlawfully and as to the pretended con solidation of these roads. Mr. Holman offered an amendment as to whether these railroads had expended any of their assets in the construction or purchase of interests in other railroads, and if so the amount of such interests held by them. Mr. rlenley, ot uautorma, ottered an amendment inquiring as to whether anv divi dends had been illegally declared; if so if sach dividends may not be recovered. Mr. Hay den, of Massachusetts, presented a published letter from Charles Francis Adams to the ettect tnat ne desired the propoaed in vestigation. Mr. Hayden went on to say that a resolution had been originally intro dnced by Mr. Henley for the purpose of ob structing any action on the extension bill betore the Honse and that its obstruction was a stock jobbing operation. Mr. Henley said that Mr. Hayden had made an allegation that he would hardlv stand by upon reflection as far as he (Hen ley) was concerned; tnat ne could not proper ly reply on the floor of the House to any man who said tnat ne was inspired by a stock jobber. He might say, however, that in the estimation of some people the Massa chusetts gentleman had proclaimed himself the defender of the outrages and ' wrong charged to the Union Pacific management. He concluded by saying that ne would use every means on earth to defeat the funding bill, to which the gentleman seemed so de -voted. Mr. Hayden reiterated his statement that the inspiration of the resolution came from stock jobbers. If the gentleman was inno cent he had no cnarge to make. He did know, however, that he was constantly mak ing charges against Mr. Adams that were without foundation and that he (Hayden) was ' glad to defend an honorable man who could not defend himself. The amendments of Messrs. Crisp, Ander son, Holman and idenley were agreed to and without division the joint resolution was passed. (The resolution authorizes the secretary or the Interior to appoint three persons, at a compensation, of: not,, more than $3,000 per annum" each and. traveling expenses and a stenographer if necessary, to examine into the workings and financial management of the Pacific railroads that have received aid from the government in bonds or land ; to ascertain whether they have observed all the obligations imposed on them by the laws governing sach aid, and whether their books and accounts have been kept to show the net earnings, not reduced by construction mile age on branch roads or diverted to any wrongful or improper purpose, and if so how mnch; and whether there is discrimination of rates in favor of unaided against aided roads; and if money is due the United States on account of erroneous accounts, or if the proceeds of any trust fund loan have been diverted from their lawful use. The persons appointed shall have power to ex amine all the books, papers and methods ot companies; employ experts, summon and compel attendance of witnesses, and to ad minister oaths. The persons appointed snail be under the control of the Secretary and in his discretion may at any time be removed. In addition the duties imposed by the various amendments shall be carried out. An appro priation of $30,000 is made for the investi gation. - " Mr. Daniel, of Virginia, called up tne reso lution naming the 29th of January for the onsideration of the Blair educational bill. A motion to table was lost, bnt the morn ing hour having expired no final action was taken. The House then prooeeded to consider the conference report on the inter-State commerce bill. Pending discussion the bill went over. Mr. Blount, of Georgia, from the commit tee on postoffices and post roads, reported the postofflce appropriation bill and it was referred to the committee of the whole. The Speaker announced the appointment of Messrs. Bragg, Viele and Steele as con ferees on the army appropriation bill. The Hous then at 0:20 p. m. adjourned. SULLIVAN BREAKS HIS WRIST And so Faila to Knock Ont Patsy Cardiff. Minneapolis, Jan. 18. About 7,000 peo ple gathered at the Washington rink to night to witness the Cardiff Sullivan fight. The contest was to be six rounds, the winner to reoeive seventy-five per oent. and the loser twenty-five. After the usual preliminary a 3t-tos between members of the Sullivan Company the event of the evening came up. It was a surprise party all around and a more disgusted crowd never left a building. The Marine and Steve Taylor were behind Sulli van and Donaldson and Joe Murphy attended to Cardiff. Tha Minneapolis lad was in the pink of condition and stood up to the big thing in good style and surprised his friends by the nervy manner in which he acted. First round After a few seconds' prelimi nary sparring both countered. Sullivan then made a tremendous lunge at Cardiff, but missed and struck a post and is his friends claim breaking his wrist. The remainder of the time was consumed in. sparring, both be ing afraid to land. Second round Cardiff came up at the call of time looking confident and led once or twice, bnt. Sullivan, stopped them with his left and tried to get in his right. The rest of the round was spent in sparring. Third round rThis was the fiercest round of the fight. Cardiff was afraid to force the fighting and remained on the defensive. Sul livan put in one of his famous rushes, but seemed to be afraid to use his left and missed Cardiff w ith several savage lunges. t ourtn round t ne audience which up to this time had been watching the fight seemed to think that Sullivan had been playing with his man and expected Cardiff to be finished up in short order. In this they were greatly disappointed. The same old game of walk-around and shuffling and spar ring was resumed. Cardiff made one or two motions of offense whioh were answered by Sullivan with a feint from the right which was amply sufficient to keep Mr. Cardiff till on the defense. In this round it was am act ual fact that not one blow was struck. Fifth round This was simply a repetition Of the preceding one and time was called as the disappointed and disgusted audience be gan to think they were sold and the" hissing and hooting whioh mat'e itself audible to ward the close of the fourth round made it self manifest noj. "' Sixth round By the time this round had been finished the thoroughly disgusted audi ence had oome. to the conclusion that they had been sold or Sullivan had really broken his wrist. Cardiff was not scratched and was in as good condition as he was before the fight began. The crowd hooted and howled. The wind-up was more brisk, bnt no harm was done. After the conclusion of the fight Pat Sheedy explained that Sullivan's wrist was broken. The crowd meanwhile howled for a decision and the referee, Pat Sullivan of this olty, announced a draw, whioh satisfied the Cardiff oontingent,though many claim that Cardiff had tne best of it so far as actual fight was concerned. MILLEB GAINS A TTB. One of Rlaeock's Supporters Gets Oyer Bnt No Nomination is made. Albany, Jan. 18. After going through the order of introduction of bills this morn ing the Assembly proceeded to ballot for United States senator with the following re- salt: Miller. .. Morton Hiscock. . Weed ... 86 10 ....41 The Speaker announced that no nomina tion had been made. In the Senate on the' roll call Smith M Weed received 11 Democratic votes (Cullen absent) and the Hepublicans voted as at last night's caucus, viz.: Miller 10, Morton 9, hiscock i. ine lieutenant Governor an nounced that there had been no election and that the result would be announced in ' joint convention at noon to-morrow. At the caucus this evening two ballots were lasen. Tne nrst ballot resulted as fol lows: Miller 45. Morton 36. Hiscock 11. Miller's gain was Davis of Oneida, who previously voted for Hiscock. A second ballot showed no change. A motion to allow a pair for Rea upon receipt of a telegram from him that he was for Miller was tabled 47 to 45. A sharp debate followed the second ballot. On mo tion of Mr. Erwin the caucus by a vote of 47 to 45 adjourned until 8 o'clock to-morrow night. Farwell to Fill Logan's Seat. Springfield, m., Jan. 18. C. B. Farwell, of Chicago, was elected United States sen ator to-day to fill the Logan vacancy on the nrst ballot. Long's Followers Disheartened. Boston, Jan. 18. The supporters of Mr. Long are surprised at the smallness of his vote, but say they will stick and Mr. Long declares that he will not give up the fight. Robinson and Dawes seem equally deter mined. There are rumors of a deal by which the entire Democratic vote will be cast for one of the Republicans, probably Dawes, but nothing definite can be stated. There is no prospect of a result being reached to-morrow. Tbe Balloting In Nebraska. Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 18. In both branches ot the legislature to-day one ballot was taken for United States senator as follows: House, VanWyck 33, Morton 25, Weaver 12, Pad dock 8, Cobb 8; Baird 5, scattering 9. Sen ate, VanWyck 11, Morton 7, Paddock 4, Weaver 4, scattering b. Coekrell From ITiIssonri. Jeffebson City, Mo., Jan. 18. In both houses of the legislature a ballot was taken to-day for United States senator, resulting: House, Cockrell 86, Warner 50, Ford 2. Senate, Cockrell 25, Warner 8. To-morrow in joint session Cockrell will be declared elected. En Irene Hale's Tote in Maine. Augusta, Jan. 18. Both houses of the legislature to-day balloted for United States senator with the following result: Senate Eugene Hale 27, W. S. Clifford 3, 1 absent. House Engene Hale 114, W. S. Clifford 26. Neal Dow 1, absent 10. A Unaulmons Vote for Gray in Dela ware. Dover, Jan. 18. Both houses of the Gen eral Assembly in separate session voted unanimously this morning for the re-election of George Gray (Dem.) as United States sen ator. . Qaay Elected in Pennsylvania. Harrisburg, Pa., Jan. 18. State Treas urer M. S. Quay was to-day elected United States Senator to succeed Mitchell. He re ceived a straight party vote in both houses. Wolverton received the honorary vote of the Democrats. Minnesota. Elects Davis. Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 18. In the leg islature to-day ex-Governor O. K. Davis, of St. Paul, was elected United States senator to suoceed McMillan. The vote stood: House, Davis 70,Doran 26. Barton 20; Senate, Davis 33, Doran 14 a straight Party, vote. Sloekbridge chosen In Uliehisran. Lansing, Mich., Jan. 18. SolonelI. B. Stockbridge was to day elected, Raited States senator by both branches of the legislature. The ballot resulted: House, Stockbridge 65, Yaple 27; Robinson 5; Senate, Stock bridge 22, Yaple 9. California Returns Hearst. San Francisco, Jan. 18. The two honses of the legislature to-day balloted separately for United States senator. In the House Hen ry Vrooman (Kep.) received 40 votes and George Hearst (Dem.) 38. In the Senate Vrooman received 11 and Hearst 25. A joint ballot will be taken to-morrow. An Exeltlag Scene in Court. Lynchburg, Va., Jan. 18. During the trial to-day of Miller & Son at Tazewell court house, charged with burning their hotel at Pensacola last October, Mr. A. J. May, counsel for the defense, accused A. J. Baldwin, a witness, with having sworn false ly. Baldwin said: "You are a damned liar." Both parties drew revolvers and dis charged almost simultaneously. May was wounded in the right leg and four other per sons, whose names were not learned, were wounded. The trial is exciting great inter est in southwest Virginia. Tlie Contest at Trenton. Trenton, JN. J., Jan. 1. A careful re view of the senatorial contest so far shows the situation to stand as follows: There are 31 Democrats, 26 Republicans and 2 Labor men in the House. The vote on the seating of Walters (Dem.) over Jones (Rep.) will bo 26 Republicans, 2 Labor men nd the Speak er, who will vote with the majority total e9. This leaves 30 Democrats, thus giving the seat to Walters. This will give the Dem ocrats 32 in the House on the United States seuatorship, as the Speaker will vote for a Democrat. The Senate contains 9 Democrats Total 41 votes for a Democratic senator. The 26 Republicans and 2 Labor men in the House and 12 Republican senators will give the Republican candidate 40 voteB, thus electing a Democratic senator, but this, however, doss not mean Abbett, as the Speaker will not vote for him and two Dem ocratic senators have signified their intention of outtiug him, besides some Assemblymen who are not considered Abbett men. Con gressman Phelps gives it out to day that the Senate will not organize this week, but the first of next week. Trouble In The Wheelmen's League. New York, Jan. 18. The League of American Wheelmen has been in session at the Grand Union Hotel since yesterday To-night Abbott Bassett was elected secre tary--85 votes to 51 for John A. Wells. Mr. Bassett is editor of the Cycle. Wells was the candidate of E. M. Aaron, edit of of the Philadelphia Bulletin, who resigned the po sition a few weeks ago. Aaron refuses now, it is said, to turn the office over to Bassstt and claims that there were irregularities in the election. Tbe Star to-morrow will say that a shortage of $5,800 existed in Aaron's accounts, but he was allowed time in which to make the amount good. Many of the league officials believe Aaron's story that he was temporarily insane from overwork when the deficit occurred. Others disbelieve it and are inclined to make trouble for hiim AN AWF(7L PRACTICAL JOKE. Panic and Death at a Jewish Enter tainment Caused by a Cry or Fire. London, Jan. 18. A frightful panic result ing in large loss of life occurred at a Hebrew dramatic entertainment in Prince's street, Spitalfields, to-night. About five hundred persons were present,orowding the small hall almost to suffocation, and someone in the gallery shouted "fire,' Simultaneously the gas was turned off, leaving tha hall in total darkness, and the people rushed in a solid mass for the doors. Hundreds were trampled under foot in the mad straggle to reach the street and it was only when the hall had been entirely deserted that it was learned that no cause for the stampede existed. Twelve women and fire boys were killed and a large number of persons were injured, several it is feared fatally. Nearly all of those present in the hall were Jews. The wretch who shotttsd "fire'' did so in the belief that he was perpetrating a colossal joke. Randall Democrats in conference. Washington, Jan. 18. The Randall con ference of protectionist Democrats met to night at the Riggs Honse and after discussing the general question of taxation and tariff appointed a committee to formulate a bill looking to a Blight reduction on a few articles now subject to custom tax and to a removal of the internal, revenue taxes on tobacco and fruit brandies. The views of those present at the meeting to-night if carried ont in leg islation would probably result in a reduction Of about $10,000,000 annually in customs and perhaps $55,000,000 in internal revenue. Another conference is to be had Friday night to revise and endorse the proposed bill and to arrange for bringing it before tha House. An Insane nan's Terrible Deed. St. Louis, Jan. 18. This afternoon Wm. Dille, a cabinetmaker, killed his wife by stabbing her several times in the breast with a butcher knife and then tried to cut his own throat. He is supposed to be insane. TOmt E.INSON BRIDGE. The Additional Span The ' Chance to Buy It The Board or Selectmen Con sider Various Other Matters. The Board of Selectmen met last night. The various bills were approved. J. C. Donovan, of Westville, made com plaint of the reckless coasting by the young sters on Pardee's hill. Selectmen ' Beecher, Cooper,Reynolds and Feldman were appoint ed a committee in the oase. Selectmen Reynolds, Cooper and White were appointed a committee to obtain new legislation in getting another issue of what are known as the East Haven funding bonds which ran out in May. Selectman George M. White read a lengthy report of the annual visit of the Selectmen to the almshouse last waek, praising in very high terms the condition in which things were found there. The following communication from Vice President Reed of the Consolidated road was read: We havs'just accented a favorable offer for the balance ef the iron used in the Housatonic bridge. In order to make the Tomtinson bridge a uniform structure throughout, one span more of the Housa tonic bridge should be erected west of the draw. This can be done by building a new abutment on the west side of the sluiceway, and give about 75 feet mure waterway then there is at tbis time. If tlie city and t wn of New Haven deaire to pur chase this additional span, please let us hear from you as early as possible, aud oblige. The matter was referred to Selectman Reynolds as a committee to look into the matter and report to the Board. Selectman Beecher stirred up a lively dis cussion as he wished to understand regard ing the proper status of Philip Colwell and P. H. Carrigan, who were acting as foremen of roads and bridges, although not appoint ed as such. The result was that these at taches were duly appointed. Mr. Beecher expressed satisfaction. The passing of the motion to appoint them takes the matter ont of the hands of Mr. Sanford. - - Adjourned. Annual Meeting or the Connecticut Humane Society. The annual meeting of the Connecticut Humane society will be held on Thursday, January 20, 1887, at 3 o'clock p. m. at the office of the society, corner of Grove and Prospect streets, Hartford, for the election of directors and for the transaction of any other business proper to come before said meeting. New Haven and IHeriden Winners. The New Havens played a close game with the Bridgeports in Bridgeport last night, only winning by a score of 1 to 0. The Danburys went to Meriden and gave the Meridens a hard battle, the game result ing: Meridens 4, Dim bury s U. To Ceutervllle and Bafk. A party of about fifty composed of Win chester armory men and their lady friends took a sleigh ride last night to Centerville in one of Nesbit's carryalls and failing to hire a hall there drove back to this city and hired the hall in the top of Garfield building, where they tripped the light fantastic, leaving their vehicle in front ot Cowell's while the dancing continued. All appeared to be highly enjoy ing their evening's recreation. Entertainments. PBOFESSCB BAERMAN'S RECITAL. A rare treat is in store for those who at tend Professor Baerman's piano recital Wed nesday, January 26, at the New Haven Opera. House. The sale of seats will begin on Thursday at Steinert's, 777 Chapel street. AMERICAN OPERA. "Faust" will be presented at Carll's to morrow evening in a degree or majestic grandenr never before witnessed in this city. Carll's is the only opera honse between New York and Providence where the company ean display their immense eomp'an . The company carries over three hundred people with them, including a cnorus or one nun- dred and a ballet of eighty. BUNNELL'S GRAND OPERA HOUSE. Monroe and Rice in the popular Irish mu sical comedy "My Aunt Bridget" have made a big hit at Bunnell's this week. At both performances yesterday the house was crowded. The company is an excellent one throughout. Mr. George W. Monroe, who takes the part of"My Aunt Bridget," was very funny, indeed, and created no end ot laughter. Captain George Liable aud the German Rose are in tha Museum hall. BRYTON IN "FORGIVES." There was a large Eale of seats yesteiday for the engagement of Frederic Bryton in "Forgiven," which occurs at the New Haven Opera House Friday and Saturday nights of this week. The great success achieved by Mr.Bryton and his admirable company earlier in the season insures large audiences during the forthcoming engagement. The sale will be oontinued to-day and seats should be se cured without delay. STODDARD LECTURES. Carll's Opera House was well filled last evening on the occasion of the second of John L. Stoddard's couise. The subject was "Queen Elizabeth." The lecturer was well received, and in a few words he detailed the principal events of English history just pre vious to the birth of "Queen Bess." Then in a rapid and fluent manner he alluded to tbe ehief events in her reign. The illustra tions throughout were remarkably beautiful, and the audience, which was an appreciative one throughout, was highly pleased with Mr. Stoddard's lecture. THATCHER, PRIMROSE & WEST. Thatcher, Primrose & West's minstrels, in a brand new programme, will appear at Carll's Opera House this evening, their last appear ance in New Haven during this season. They come here direct from the Grand Opera Honse, New York city, where their audi ences have been limited by the capacity of tne tneater. Everybody knows Thatcner, irrimrose or west and the bare announce ment of their coming makes the small boy happy and the staid business man smile in anticipation of a good time. There will be a grand street parade this noon. A feature of the parade are the Arabs in native dress. A treat is in store for all who attend the per formance tonight. A Good Suggestion Table It. Use Saltine for table and culinary purposes. It is a pure salt, prepared especially for household and medicinal purposes, and is en tirely free from clay and other insoluble mat ter with which salt has been adulterated to such an alarming extent by unsorapulou dealers in their eagerness to make money. Saltine ia absolutely pure and only five cent a a package at all grocers . "Nearly Crazed with paiu" is the sai cry of many a victim of rheumatism or neuralgia, and frequently other diseases, sach as kidney and liver com plaints, are directly traceable to rheumatism or neuralgia. These diseases, for some un explainable reason, are rapidly increasing, aqd in many instances are the direct cause of mnch sickness whioh so hides its real origin as to be mistaken for other diseases. In cur ing rheumatism, neuralgia, sick headache, and in many cases of kidney and liver trou bles, Athlophoros has wrought wonders. Those who have nsed it are hest qualified to speak of its merit. New Haven, Conn. X had the neuralgia for three months in my faoe. Went to the doctor; he gave me some medicine to take internally and a prep aration of chloroform to pat on the outside, but it did not do any good. Could not sleep night or day. Had suffered so much and so long that I was afraid it would drive me crazy. Was told to try Athlophoros by a party it had oared of the rheumatism. Af ter taking part of a bottle the pain all left as by magic, and tiow I am well, with iat a sign of neuralgia about me, Mamie Dietrjcs, 18 Hudson Street. Mr. Harriett Strong, Westville, Conn., says: "I have had the rhenmatism which settled in my knee and hip joints, so stiff. and pain so bad could noc waiK, was oongta to move xround in a chair. Several doctors did all they could for me, but I was no bet ter.. J tried Athlophoros, taking four bot tles, and strange as it may seem 1 am per fectly cured and am about the house every day doing all the housework, and not a par ticle of rheumatism abont me." Every druggist shculd keep Athlophoros and Athlophotfos pills, but where they can not be bought of the druggist the Athlophor os Co.. 112 Wall St., New York, will send either (carriage paid) on receipt of regular price which is $1 per bottle for Athlophoros and 50c for Pills. Tnr liver and kldnev diseases, dyspepsia, indiges tion, weakness, nervous debility, " diseases of wo men, constipation, headache,' impure bloody &c., Athlophoros Fills are unequalled, - WIKTI'll A SITUATION to go out by tbe day to do ing. 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MANUFACTURING HOUSE, d2l 16 Barclay St., N. Y. nUvtmnmzut8. COOKING. COOKING. MISS PAR LOA At her lesson in cooking at Englltli flail this (Wednesday) Afternoon, Will prepare these dishes: Fillet of Halibut in White Sauce; Potato Balls with Parsley Butter -Vegetables a la Jar.tiniere; Broiled Beefsteak: Can adian Apple Pudding, Nut eg Siuce: Egg Nests The dishes will be served to the audience at the clo3 of the less n. Admission. 7.y: season tickets. S5 jal ltt CAULL'S OPERA HOUSE, ONE NIGHT ONLY WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19. Positively the i.ast visit this season of the Invinci ble MONARCHS OF MINSTRELSY THATCHER, PRIMROSE & WEST, And company of OO GREAT ARTISTS 60 Including a troupe of 14 BEDOt'lV A It A IS S 14 Under the management of MR. H. J. SAYERS Presenting a new and novel programme by far surpassing all previous efforts. The entertainment to conclude with Mr. Marble's latest burlesque. THOMAS MUCH MAD EH- ! Or Trouble in the American Opera. Seats now on sals at Loomis'. Admission. 25c and 50c; reserved seits, 50c. TOc and S'- jal 5 5t CARLL'S OPERA HOUSE. THPRSATI EVEMMi, i JANUARY 20. 1887. AMERICAN OPERA National Opera Company. CHARLES E. LOCKE. .. , . General Manager Grand Opera Sung in English. First complrte presentation in New Haven of Gou nod's Grand Opera, in 5 acts, "PAUST." In the cast Emma Jiich, Jessie Bartlett Davis. Mathilde Philtipp, Charies Bassett, William Lud wig. Atonzo K. Stoddard, Joseph Silvers. The tnlire bailet of 80 dancers wili appear in tho Kirmcssof 1st act and Grand Bacchanal of 4th act. THE UNRIVALED THOMAS ORCHESTRA OF 60. Tlie National opera ( lioruiof 100. Grand Ballet of 80 Daneers. Elaborate Scenery. Costumes. Mechanical and Electrical Effects The sale of set$ will bein at b -x office of Carll's Opera House, Monday, t.inuary 17. at 9 a. m. On Tuesday, January 18, the sale will be trans ferred to II. H. Peck's bookstore,, and there con tinue until the evening of the engagement. Parquwtte and Parqutte Circle $3 00 t First Three Rows..".! 3 00 Dress Circle. Next Three Rows.... 2.50 f Remaining- Hows 2.00 Family Circle, first four rows 1.50 Ge.-.erat admission to lower floor and Dress Circle 1.50 General ad mission to Family Circle 1.00 Private Boxes, admitting? six. . . . .$25, $-"0 and $15 N. B. The curtain will risri promptly- at 7:45 p.m I l'tiia 1 auarfiay I feniurday Return engagement of theyourg Romantic Actor, Mil. FHEDERIC BRYTON, Who will be supported by his most Efficient Com pany, presenting Clay Greeks great play, in four acs, FORGIVEN "The finest American drama ever written' "A Great Play, Grandly Acted.11 -Reserved Chairs, 7 5 and 50c. Gallery ft Sc. Matinee, 50c. (rese- ved). Admission 45o. NE W II ATEN OPERA HOUSE. Prof. Carl liacrmunn's Piano fori a Recital, WEDNESDAY EVEXIXG, JAN. 26. The sale of seats will bagm at M. 'ceinert A Sou's Piano Warerooms, 777 Chanel rToet Thurs day, January 20. at 9 a nx. ' Reserved seats $1 and 75c. Admission SOe. The Grand Piano usd ou this occasion Is one of Steimvay & Ron's ce'ehrled Grands. MAI'IISKS UAIbV. January 20, Sft and 22 The Grand Sp-etieular Production. Pavements of Paris. Produced with a first-olas company and new . scenery. In museum Hall, Captain George Liable! and the German Kose. Talented Lilliputian Artists. WXisz&llmieotxsi WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH D. K. HH, THEY'RE ALL RIGHT." LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT. Finest and Cheapest Heat Flavoring Stock for Soups. Made Dishes and Sauces Annual salA A nno rmri -laiv LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT MEAl. An invaluable tonic. "Is a success and a boon for which nations oKrnld feel grateful." 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