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mm March U, 1887 Absolutely Pure. ' This powder never varies. -Amarvelof purity, strength Slid wholeaomeness. Mtre economical than the ort.1 nary kiwis, ami cannot bo sold In competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders, Sold onJu in -i n.n. Royal Bakino Fowdxr Co.. lOd Wall St.. N. Y. PENNYROYAL PILLS "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." The Original and Only Genuine. Bmfe and always Reliable. Beware of worth Icfta Imitations. Indispensable to LADIES. Auk your Iru sea-tat for C-iitoheiter EnalUh aad tak no other, or inctow c (itimp) to aa for particulars in letter by retvn madia NAME PAPER. CWclwmtep Obemlcal Co., " ai8 M.diaon X,uttr, PklUad Pa. At DrnnUtA. N. E. States Trade . applied hr treat G. -S- VU V UHIU - An Acid Stomach. You 've been annoyed by it : ' Heartburn. What tortures you have suffered from them : Dyspepsia and Indigestion. Think of the agony you endured from your last SirOr Headache. We don't say you are a fool. But yoi uT0 very toolisn not to obtain im-aediate relief when a little lozenge will furnish it. It is called a D. K. Get a box at any drug store. They cost only 50 cents, or a tricl box for ZD cents, ana you win ot O. K. The selling agents for D. K.'s, or Dr. Mark tt. WoodDury's DYSPEPSIA KILLERS are Doolittle & Smith, 24 and 26 Tremont St., Boston, Mass., and they will mail them to any part of the U. S. on receipt of the price. Mrs. B. R. Jones. DENTIST, 746 Chapel, cor. State Street. Over Brooks & Co.'s Hat and Fur Store. OFFICE HOURS 9 A. M. to 5. P. M. SPRING MEDICINE The Most Successful Tonic : AND : BLOOD PURiriEB. DR. JACOB'S BITTERS As a tonic, blood purifier and general Spring Medi cine, stands absolutely without an equal. For that feeling of debility, languor and lassitude which comes on when the weather begins to grow warm In Spring and early Summer, It Is a corrective giving strength to both body and mind. For Impurities In the Blood, which may nave been absorbed by being closely con fined In poorly ventilated rooms during the Winter, or acquired in any other way, Db. Jacob's Bitters Is a positive remedy, aa it drives oat every trace of Im purity, and gives to the blood new richness and vitality. For General Debility and Loss of Appetite, nothing will approach to this Incomparable compound. The choicest production of our forest, the most succesrfal experience, the most scientific researches, and a grate ful and appreciative community have stamped It with their approval. If you have need of a similar medicine, try it if it is in the power of medicine to help you, try It If health is to be desired, and disease shunned, try it If you have any confidence in the honesty and statements of yonr kind, try It be healed, be convinced, and tell your friends. In short, there Is no preparation extant, which may ne so Implicitly relied upon as a Spring Tonic, Blood Purifier and Regulating Medicine. PRICE. $I.OO PER BOTTLE. For Rale by all nragglvts. Whittlesey Drng Store. New Men. Ct. pali Imer's Hair Tonic and Restorer, (different from an otnerBj 00 cents. fa Imer's Liver Pills are the Best, 25 cents. pi Imer's Rheumatism and Neuralgia Remedy stands at. tuc ueau, never xaus, va cents. DR. J. V. CUMMINGS, Electro-therapeutic physician of sixteen years1 experience, has found electricity to embody all the elements necessary for the treatment and cure of acute, nervous and chronic diseases, also stomach and liver complaints, Brights' disease, spinal troubles, inflammatory and sciatic rheumatism, uterine disease, etc Electricity is far reaching in its power to heal and to stimulate the blood into action. Give electricity the trial to cure you that you do medicine, and watch the result It will also cure any skin disease. Give it a trial and judge for yourself. DR. J. W. CUMMINGS, No 4 Church Street. WOOD'S BLOCK. tyOfflee hours from 8 a.m. to 5 p. m. a21 CONSUMPTION. I nave a positive remedy for tbe above disease ; by its usa thousands of cum of the worst kin-1 and of long standing have oeenenred. Indeed, so miotic Is my faith In Its efficacy rFf n, S'ilT0 BOTTLES FREE, together with a VAli CAR LB TBBATISK n this disease, toany snfTerer. Give ex press A p. a, aduresa. JU. T. A. BJ.OC L'M, isi Pearl SL N. Y I ASTHMA gUREDj I GERMAN ASTHMA CURE I I Instantly relieves the most violent attack, and I Iuou wmiitrtavm euwp. nv natiurv lor KB I StLTS.Rsinv ntuwi rw inh.l.fi. ; ; I 1 mediate, direct and certain, and a cure is the I result in all cnrable cases. A single trial con- I Vincea th mnsrt. kenTi.l Pviubk. 1 fl stemrx Br. H. WCHI KKM st p.Di. Hin. I B' lJEIEl.. Ill LIGHT ! LIGHT ! Of all the Burners ever brought before the public me LEADER ARGAND BURNER Takes the Lead. It gives 50 per cent, more light than the Rochester at half the cost. Call in the evening and see for yourself. We have had arrive 35, OOO Japanese Paper Napkin-, which we will sell at the very low price of from 50 cents to $1.75 per hundred. We keep a full line of Silverware to loan, also Crockery and Glassware of any description. We have Rogers' Beat Knives and Spoons, which we are selling very low. ' Library Lamps and Stand Lamps In an endless variety.. Dinner Seta and Library Lamps on second floor. nnmkf criM B a a B I W 11 90 Church Street, near Chapel. j25eod . ATHUSHEK WDKDERFBL TORE, PERFECT ACTIOS, UNEQUALLED DURABILITY. OVER I5,000INUSE. Not one has failed to give satisfaction. BEST MATERIAL, FINEST WORKMANSHIP, FULLT WARRANTED. Read fr Catalog., a.d Prices to C M. L00M1S, TEMPLE OF MUSIC, New Bim. iler-een, unatrpon, . PiatDrawlVUmkirr. SOLE AGENT FOR HEV HA TEH AM FAIBFIKLP C0CHTIB8. Kmr-Van atock of Sheet Hnste. Mnslo Book EBCl iimilvnl mereBwm iwg, wwkji ub iwuu. Site tyouxnxX sma ottrier. Delivered bt Carriers is thx City, 15 CENTS A WXXK, 50 CENTS A MONTH, $6.00 A Year. Thk Sauk Terms Bt Mail. Tuesday, March 15, 1SS7. THB COURT KKCOUU. Snperlor Court Civil Side Judge Stoddard. Judge Stoddard yesterday rendered a decis ion in the suit of John Terry vs. Felix H. Bradley, recently tried by him. The plain tiff was connected in the antique furniture business with defendant and a disagreement resnlting,replevied some goods. Judge Stod dard decides that plaintiff return goods re plevied and defendant recover his costs. Court or Common Pleas Judge Stud lev. The case of Chester A. Brown vs. Dennis Dailey, parties of Guilford, was begun be fore Judge Stndley yesterday. The suit . is brought on the ground of trespassing, the plaintiff claiming that the defendant travels over property he has no right of way upon. Judge Pickett appeared for the plaintiff and John C. Gallagher and L. W, Cleaveland for the defendant. City Court Criminal Side Judce Demlng. William Qranfield, breach of the peace, $10, appealed; Maurioe Reilly, same, $25, appealed; William Arlington, same, i Lent Saunders and Edward Dittymns, same, judgment suspended; Jehn Mar low, same, continued to April 14; Lemuel Lomack, as sault with intent to commit rape, continued to March 33. Court Notes. The case of William Chrismann, the actor, vs. Tony Hart, the comedian, was decided by Justice of the Peace Shanley yesterday, the plaintiff being awarded $65. The suit was brought to recover back salary. Justice Shanley also rendered a decision in the case of Thomas Ailing & Co. vs. William H. Brown, a suit for the recovery of a bill for lumber for a small amount. The judgment was in favor of the defendant. STRUCK WITH A BKKB GLAB8. Patrick Griffin, a Congress avenue saloon keeper, was hit on the head Saturday night with a beer glass by William Oranfield, who yesterday morning was fined $35 and costs for it by Judge Deming. Morris Reilly, a "pard" of Granfield's, was fined $10 and costs for helping Granfield to whip Griffin, who was badly injured. REV. LEMUEL LOMACK'S CASE. On motion of ex-Jndge Sheldon the case of Eev. Lemuel Lomack, pastor of the Webster street Union church, arrested on the charge of attempting to criminally asstfult Mrs. P. A. Yillodas, a member of his congregation, was continued to March 23. Eev. Mr. Lom ack pleaded not guilty. Ex-Jodge Blyden burgh appeared for Mrs. Yillodas. A large crowd of colored people were present in the City court yesterday. BOOTBLACKS DISCHARGED. Lent Saunders and Edward Dittimns, boot blacks who were arrested Saturday night for creating a disturbance in Maine's restaurant on Church street, were discharged yesterday by Judge Deining, as i hey had no court record. THK WHIPPING POST HOST NEEDED. John Marlow, an employe at Winchester's who resides on Main street in the Annex.was put under $100 bonds to take proper care of his wife for a month. Mrs. Marlow was very reluctant in Baying anything against her hus band, but that ever since a few months after their marriage, fifteen years ago, he had beaten her while possessed of fits of ugly temper, and he conld not stand it any long er. She did not want him sent to jail. Judge Deming said the whipping post was what was needed for such men. BUILDING NEWS. People Who Are Getting: Ready to Build This Spring A Good Out look. The weather will soon reach a state when it can no longer be said that spring is not at hand, and then will the masons and joiners and others whose services are required in house building get out their tools ready for work. The architects have been busy, but are not overstocked with work. The outlook is that the present spring season will be a moderately successful one for builders, with no boom attached. Dr. Henry Bronson is to erect a brick block of three tenement houses two stories and an attic high, dimensions 42x40. Charles H. Griffith, of 218 Willow, is to have a. new wooden house erected on Win chester avenue as a dwelling house for him self. It will be two stories high with an attic. Edward O'Brien will have an addition to the rear of his house on George street built. The Agricultural Experiment station will have an addition in the shape of an extend ed laboratory, of brick, 40x40 feet in dimen sions. ' A wooden dwelling house, dimensions about 28x32 feet, will be built on Whitney avenue for Delos Bristol. It will be two stories high, with an attio. kelson W. Hme. of 341 Sherman avenue, will have a wooden house erected on Ward street. ' It will be two stories high with an attic and 25x45 in dimensions. Perrv S. Manville. of 537 Elm street, is to have his house to some extent remodeled. The roof will be raised, a new piazza built and other improvements made. The planB and specifications of all the above houses and additions were drawn by Architect Eufus G. Russell. The mason work contract has been awarded to Mr. Charles D. Kinney. Peck Brothers & Co. will soon commence the erection of a large addition to their Franklin street shop, which will cost about $15,000. Permits nave been granted by t ire Mar shal Kennedy to W. L. Garfield to erect ' a frame dwelling on Putnam street; to John Eagan to erect a frame dwelling on Poplar street, and to Mary Korn of No. 60 Nicoll street to erect a frame dwelling on Linden street. Appointed a Professor. Charles A. Collins, A. M., of Elmira, N. Y., formerly of Norwich, Ct., and a Yale graduate of '66, was at a meeting of the board of trustees of Cornell university, March 9th, appointed a professor in the Cornell law school. The next four years after graduating at Yale he was engaged in teaching ancient languages, and mental, moral and political science in Norwalk. During this time he studied law and was admitted to the Connec ticut bar in the spring of 1870. He entered the office of the late Judge Brooks of El mira and studied New York practice, and was admitted to the New York bar in the fall of 1870, and has sinoe been in the prac tice of law in Elmira. A GOOD PBOQRAMHB. Associated Charities IHusieal. The following programme will be rendered at Mr. Max Adler's parlors Thursday, March 17, 1887, at 8 o'clock p. m. Piano Duet Leihtertanz Bubenstein Miss Armstrong and Prof. B. K. tfehner. Tenor Solo The Angel at the Window Tours Prof. Hax.Kastner. Soprano Solo 8pnng Gonnod Miss Alice E. Fechter. Reverie Adagio for Violin Vleuxtemps Prof. Edward Balck. Quartette The Parting Kis Pinsutl Miss Fechter, Mrs. Biinn, Mr. Kastner and Mr. Manross. Select'ons for Banjo Club Leonora Grand March. Drum Major Quickstep. Piano Twelfth Rhapsodie Liszt Miss Armstrong. Contralto Sole The New Kingdom Tours Mrs. ueo. r . mum. Aria Donizetti Mias Aliee E. Fechter. 8olo Prof. Max Kastner. Fantaale.C&prioe Vleuxtemps Prof. Edward Balck. Baritone Solo Mr. Ericsson F. Bushnell. . Selection- By Banjo Club Inman Line March. Tickets of admision $1 to be had of mem bers of the board at the office, 23 Church street, and at the door. Puneral in tbe Foxoi Chapel. The body of Euel N. Thompson, who died in Titusville, Florida, November 2, arrived in New Haven yesterday morning on the steamer John H. Starin. The funeral ser vices were held in the Foxon ehapel at 10 o'clock a. m. - The interment was in North Branford and the bearers were Albert M. Schappa, William A. Schappa, John Dinnan ofJNew Haven, and Frederick Gay of New York. It Is A Carton. Fact That the body is now more susoeptible to ben efit from medicine than at any other season. Hence the importance of taking Hood's Sarsaparilla now, when it will do yon the most good. It is really wonderful for pari fying and enriching the blood, Creating an appetite and giving a healthy tone to the whole system. Be sure to get Hood's Sarsa parilla, which is peouliar to itself. ON TBI CAMPUS. Topics or Interest About Tale College Kent Club Lecture -Funeral Services or the Late Frederick Arthur Gay lord. The present term ends this week Saturday. Copley '87 has been temporarily appointed captain of the tug-of -war team. Lee '89 S. in a recent practice kicked 9 feet 5 inches, thus beating the world's record. Prof. Townsend of the Law school, who has returned from the South, whither he had gone for the benefit of his health, re sumed the management of his classes yester day. He received greetings from his classes which must have been very gratifying to the instructor and showed that he had a warm place in their affections and regard. Prof. Townsend returns from Florida his health almost fully re-established. The first straw hat of the season appeared on a senior's classic head yesterday morning. His appreciative classmates at once raised him on their shoulders and paraded him for bis daring deed. Prot. Stosckel will give another of his pleasing and instructive recitals Wednesday evening. Admission will be by tickets, which can be obtained at the Treasury build ing. The funeral services of the late Frederick Arthur Gaylord, Yale Theological seminary, were held in Marquand chapel yesterday morning at nine o'clock. The remains were taken thence to his family home in South Hadley, Mass. In the Kent club leeture course Wednes day evening, Professor Wayland will leeture on "Mexico." The Harvard freshmen have at length de cided upon reconsidering their former decis ion as regards keeping the Yale freshmen out of the Harvard-Columbia race, and will hold a mass meeting the early part of this week. Lee '87 will lecture Wednesday evening in Waterbury on "Chinese Manners and Cus toms." The Columbia nine begins practicing to day on the Polo grounds, under the coaching of Manager Mutrie of the New Yorks. Funeral of Mr.. Ball. The funeral of the late Mrs. Sarah Ball took place at her.-late residence, No. 697 State street, at 2:30 o'clock yesterday after noon. Eev. Mr. Lines of St. Paul's church officiated. Many friends of the deceased and family attendep. The deceased was one of onr oldest residents. She was in her 94th year. The interment was in the Grove street cemetery. Died In West Baven. Mrs. Emily Woodruff, of West Haven, widow of Eleazur Woodruff who was of Wa tertown, died at her residence yesterday, aed eighty-five. She had been a sufferer from chronic rheumatism for many years. She was highly esteemed. One of her sons is George H. Warner of West Haven the merchant, and the other is Hiram C. who lives in Rochester. The daughter, Julia A., is unmarried. General State News. . $700. C. H. Clark, the Windsor Locks colored man who was injured in the Boston & Alba ny road accident at Mittineague, has received $700 damages from the road. A CALL DECLINED. Eev. Harrison Cloasen, pastor of the Uni versalist church in Middletown, has declined a call from Norwich. The ohurch is unanimously ODposed to their pastor's talked of removal. BROKEN INTO. The building at Elmwood which serves the double purpose as a postoffice and depot for the New York and New England railroad, was burglarized Saturday night or early Sun day morning. Articles to the value of $2 were stolen. a $30,000 loss. Mr. Marshall H. Mallory, publisher of the Chnrchman, has made complaint against Frank U. ttndd or JNew tort, a broker, wno he says defrauded him of about $30,000, ot which $10,000 was cash given by Mr.Mallory for a note which proved to be forged, and $20,000 is said to have been fraudulently taken by Badd while acting as Mr. Mallory s broker. The Chnrchman was published in Hartford until a few years ago. A CALL ACCEPTED. The Eev. Edgar A. Enos, of Bridgeport, has been unanimously called to be rector of St. Paul's church at Troy, N. Y. St. Paul's church includes a church, a rectory, two chapels, a memorial bouse, a school for boys and sisterhood. Daily services are maintain ed throughout the year. There is a surplic ed choir of sixty men and boys. The reven ues of St. Paul's for the last twenty five years, according to the treasurer's report just published, amount to nearly half a million of dollars. WAS A BOSTON MAN. The gentleman who died on a drawing room car on the J3oston express near Hartford Sat urday was found to be James A. Martin, a Boston business man. He died of apoplexy. In the man's pocket was found a telegram from Samuel Booth of New York, addressed to James A. Martin, 110 Commercial street, Boston, telling him to come to New York. Superintendent Davidson at once telegraphed to that address, and in the meantime the body was given in charge of Undertaker C. W. Hills, at Hartford. During the evening the man's father, James Martin, came on from Boston. and took the remains back with him on the Washington express. He said that the dead man's name was James A. Mar tin, that he was a member of the twine and paper firm of Martin & Son, that he was 48 years old and was on his way to visit his daughter in New York, who had just given birth to a son. AN ALMOST FORGOTTEN CONNECTICUT TRAGEDY. The death vf Elihu Spear, a life convict, at the State prison Friday night recalls an almost forgotten tragedy. The crime for' which Spear was sentenced occurred at West Suffield about ten years ago. He had sus picions that his wife was unfaithful and that a neighbor, one Charles Davis, had betrayed him. One night he went home under the in fluence of liqnor and finding his wife and Davis together in tbe house acoused them of criminal conduct. Davis had also been drink ing heavily and after angry words had passed between the two he ejected Spear from the house. The latter went to a shed, procured an axe and again entering the house attacked Davis. In the melee which ensued Spear used the weapon with deadly effect and in flicted a cut en Davis' skull that killed him instantly. Spear was tried in the Hartford county Superior court, sent to Wethersfield for life and his confinement ended only with hi- death. His body was taken to his former place of residence for burial. THE CONSOLIDATED. "But all who know the man and have watched his course as president of the road know that he has been actuated by the sole and unceasing desire to make the most of the great property that he has had charge of. When he took it the stock stood at 1YU. Sinoe then it has steadily paid its ten per cent, dividends, has acquired the Air Line road, the Valley road, the Canal Toad and various minor lines and sells now at 215 and fares have been reduced, though only very lately, to 2 cents a mile. "Mr. Clark, his suooessor, while also col lege bred, is a railroad man by taste and training and natural inclination. It is his business. He knows the Consolidated road from one end to the other, and is himself re sponsible already for many of its compara tively recent physical improvements. He believes in progress ia good cars, fast trains, and the accommodation of the pub lio, aad, if we are not entirely mistaken in him, he is fully conscious of the opportuni ty as well as the responsibility that goes with the management of this great railroad. He is a man of broad ideas, large ability and great tact. Fortune has opened the biggest sort of a chance to him, and, if he improves, it while he can, maintaining the prosperity of the road, make it as popular as it is prosperous, and do more than anyone else could do for the great industrial interests of the State, upon whose welfare the prosperity of the road must ulti mately depend in no small measure." Hartford Courant. To the Beaders ol this Paper. We know of nothing more effective for the cure of rough, chapped or chafed skin than Pearl's White Glyoerine; it immediately relieves the sore nees and its healing qualities are certainly wonder ful, leaving the skin soft and pliable. It can be useu at any time. mis eoast Great Special Talue. Two cases ladies' balbriggan jersey-fitting vests at 37 l-2c; never sold before for less than OOo at X . M. .brown & Uo.'s. Dr. W. A. Johnson says: "I am prescribing Di gertylin' for dyspepsia and indigestion with excel lent success - Sold by all druggists, $1 per bottle, or W. F. Kid der & Co., manufacturing chemists, 83 John street. New York. Special Bargains This Week. 100 pairs full length Nottingham lace cur tains at $1.25, positively worth $3. In our upholstery department in rear end of first floor at F. M. Brown & Co.'s. When Baby was sick, we gave her CASTOBIA, "When sbe was a Child, she cried for CASTOBIA, When she beeane Minn, she oltmg to C ASTORIA, When she had Children, she cava them GASTv&IA. STANDARD FERTILIZERS. Robt. B. Bradley & Co. are readv for the mnii of 1887 with an unsurpassed stock of the best Fer tilizers in the market, in large variety. Something lor every Soli and .Crop. Look at the list; Mapes' Special Manures. Baker's Special manures. ' Qulnnlplac Fish and Potash. Qulnniplac Fish Guano. PHOSPHATES. Qulnnlplae Fertilizer Co.'s. K. Frank Co.'s. Williams, Clark &, Co.'s. PURE GROUND BONE. Rogers, Hubbard & Co.'s. Hi. B. Darling Fert. Co.'s. Lester Bro;hers'. Lester Bros'. AmmonSated. Qutnniplac Fert. Co.'s. CHEMICALS. muriate Pol ash. Nitrate Soda. Sulphate Potash, etc. Superior Lawn Dressing. ROBT. B. BRADLEY & CO. f28eodaw A Big Drive. Just Received Fine Key West Cigars ! Bight colors that we will sell at 50 Cigars In a Box. These are actually a 1 Oc Clsrar. and are verv fine flavor. HENRY GOODMAN & SON, Wine Dealers, 160-162 Crown St., IV EW HAVEN. CONN. Germ and FOULDS' All the phosphates Gluten of tsoaa. A breakfast cooked in less1 Iror. Pot- the wheat than 10 minutes. More ati-i) re tained. nounshinc than a pound berry. THE N E W CEREAL. Bich in of steak. It will give the whole family health and YOU CAN happiness. G E T I T WHEAT GERM Fry vour Ovsters in it. OF YOUR Make vour Gems and Pud dings with it. Cook it as! GROCER. Very pal atable. Easily digested. Nutrition. you wouta uatmeai. it is me giving, brain ieecung. MEAL. An appetite inducer. fel4 1m nr financial. GILT-EDGED WATER BONDS FOR SALE. $90,000 6 per cents, optional after July 1st, 1889. $20,000 8 per cents, having 10 years to run. Address H.C.P1RDKE, nihil 6t 99 Orange Street. City KUHN, LOEB & CO., BANKERS, 30 Nassau Street, New York. Have Constantly on Hand A Selection of Choice Investment Securities. CORRESPONDENCE OF BANKER3, BROKERS, AND INVESTORS SOLICITED. f2eod3m HOW TO MAKE MONEY BY DEALING IN Stocks, Grain, Provisions, Oil, Etc. EXPLANATORY PAMPHLET MAILED FREE. LAURIE & CO., .BANKERS AND BROKERS, 856 Broadway (and brandies), NEW YORK. ja28 eod&w3mos VERMILYE & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS. Dealers tn Investment Securities, IVos. 16 and 18 Nassau St., NEW YORK CITT. INVESTMENT SECURITIES 25 shares Southington National Bank. AM aharoa Danhnrv A Norwalk RR. Co.'s Stock. 84 shares New York & New Jersey Telephone v!o stook 'l6 shares Boston & N. T. Air Line Co.'s stock. 1 share New York & New Haven BR. Co.'s stock BUNNELL & SCRANTON, Bankers and Brokers, T3 AND I34QHAPBI. 8TBBKT. Now The Time To Speculate. A CTIVE FLUCTUATIONS in the market offer J; V opportunities to speculators to make money in ftrAin Ktftrlra Rnnda and Petroleum. Prompt personal attention given to orders received by wire or mail, uorresponaence souciiea. r un 111111 mo tion about the markets in our book, which will be torwaraed rree on application. H. D. K1TI.K. Hanker and Broker. 38 Broad and 34 New Streets, New York City qeauaawiy Bonds and stocks for Sals. 10 shares Naugatuck Railroad. lOahnreaN V N Ft Hartford PR 50 shares Detroit, Hillsdale & Southwestern RR, 100 shares Feck, stow s. Wilcox Co. 50 shares Bristol Brass & Clock Co. 20 shares uiaiua Express Co, S7.000 Chicago & Northwest, 1st 7s of 1911. 5.000 Housatonic R. R. 1st mort. 5s, of 1912. 85,000 Housatonic RR. 6 per cent, of 1888. 1,000 Metropolitan Elevated RR. 1st 6 per cent, $4,000 Northern Pacific Terminal 1st 0 per cent. Western Farm Loans, principal and interest guaranteeo. W.T. HATCH & SONS, BANKERS. DEFY BURGLARY, FIRE, FORGERIES, BY HIRING A SAFE IN THE VAULT Mercantile Safeleposii Go Annual rental of SAFE from FIVE to SIXTY DOL LARS. Absolute security for Bonds, Stocks, Wills. Bullion, Plate, Jewelry, Precious Stones and all evidences or value. Access to Vault through the oamung room 01 toe muuuajnius' ban k., T2 Cnureh, Corner Center Street. Coupon rooms for convenience of patrons. All persons interested are cordially invited to inspect me company s premises, upen irom y a. m. to s p. m. Thohas R. Trowbridge, Jr., Prest. Ouvsb S. White. Vice Prest. f25 lm Chas. H. Trowbridge, Sec. and Trees. Western Investment Securities. . Interest T to 8 Per Cent. A Pull Supply on Hand for Immediate Delivery. The undoubted security and large interest of fered make these very popular with careful invest ors, as is anown oy my targe ana constantly in creasing iraoe. mortgage Bonds a Specialty. JOHN KERLET, Office, S14 George Street, - Weir Haven , Conn. Whom VTTAUTr 1 falling, Bndn BRAIJFD and EXHAUSTED or Power PKEM ATTTKEL Y WAST. ED may find a perfect and reliable cure in the OTUnil&Cea Oy rrw. as&n-n x A a t. , ut rnrusiraUOO. Adopted by all French PhyridJinn and being' rapidly aad snocwfQliy Introduced nere. All weakening losses and dratupromptly checked. TRKATlSfTSvinfr newa tn(oflioe or tov mail) with six eminent doctor VKEB. CIVIALE AGENCY. No. 1 74 Fulton Street. New York .in ;Uc!tmr perfectly tw tirateu Rental for oar nw Ulnrtnta i. bmih Ma A. Brisk Sellinc of Active StocksThe Bears Hammer tbe Market and BUI Cliques Unload Stocks Co Down in Consequence and Record a Decline All Around. New York, March 14. The Market this mernine opened firm and HoH per cent, higher, but after the flrat tea minutes of business a brisk selling of all the active stocks, es pecially Riahmond and Terminal, Reading, Union Pacific, New Terk & New England and Lackawan na, imparted a weak feeling to the list and prices deelined almost uninterruptedly to midday, when they were from Id to ls per cent, lower than at the close last night. There was nothing in the news of the morning nor the developments of tbe general financial or businera situation to which the decline could be attributed. Hockiag Valley was ncep tionallyweak and recorded a decline of 4 pr cent, on a limits amount of trading. The next weakest stocks were Richmond Terminal, Brie preferred, Lake Shore and Union Faciflo. The sales amounted to 183,000 shares up to noon. The market continued weak up to S o'clock aad in some cases a further fractional decline was recorded, but in the last hour a covering of some of the shorts resulted in a slight recovery. Prices at the close were near the bottom figures of the day. The decline in the active list as compared with Saturday's closing ranged from HoiH P"r cent. Hocking Valley continued weak throughout and closed 4J per cent1 lower.- The weakness of the market is attributed to hammering by the bears and some unloading by the bull cliques in a few of the leading stocks. The sales for tbe day amounted to 230,150 shares. Money closed at 3!4 per cent., the lowest rate of the day. The highest rate was S per cent. Exchange doted steady. Posted rates 4.85K 4.88; actual rates 4.84H-& 'or sixty days, and 4-?i4.tf8 for demand. Governments closed firm. Closing prices reported over t be private wires of BUNNELL A SCRANTON. Bankers and Brokeis: Bid Aakeo Alton and Terre Haute. Alton and Terre Haute pfd Atlantic & Pacific Boston 4 N. Y. Air Line pfd 11. .101 nurunpeon ana uuincy C. O.. C. I Cameron Coal Canada Southern. .. M . . Canadian Pacific ..1384 (US 67H Central x-acific Chicago and Alton. 144 Chesapeake. and Ohio. Chesapeake and Ohio. 1st pfd 14J4 Chesapeake and Ohio, id pfd 9ii Chic, St, Louis & Pitts 17 Chic, St. Louis & Pitts. P'f'd 33 Cin. W. & B &U Cin. W. & B. P'f'd 8i4 Columbus Hocking Valley 29j Consolidated Gas S4 Del., Lack. Western 183 Del. and HudsonCanal U04 Denver & Rio Grande ?4ji East Tenn.. Va. & Ua 12J4 East Tenn., Va. & Ua. 1st pfd 74 2d " pfd 2SJ4 Erie 3S Erie pfd , 70 Erie seconds 98 Express Adams 142 Express American 109 Express United States 62 Wells. Fargo 127 Houston H Texas 36 Ind.. Blom. W 23 Illinois Central 129 Kansas & Texas 30g Lake Snore 94 ' Louisville A Nashville Gl&g Manhattan Elevated 156H Michigan Central 89 Memphis A Charleston 56 Mil.. L. Shore Western 81W Mil., L. Shore & W. pfd Minn. & St. Lou is 17 Minn. & St. Louis pfd 4l Missouri Pae 107 Mobile & Ohio 16 Morris 3L Essex 180 Nashville & Chattanooga. 83U new uenmi uoai New Jersey Central New York Central New Torn New Enc N. Y..;C. tt St. Louis N Y..C. s. St. Louis pfd . N. V.. Suga. & West N.TSusa. & West pfd Norfolk & Western , Norfolk West pfd Northern Pacific Northern Pacific pfd Northwest Northwest pfd Oil Certificates Ohio & Mississippi Omana Omaha pfd Ontario & Western Oregon Navigation Oregon Transcontinental.. Pacific Mail Peoria. D. and Evangvilie. 13 68$ HSJs 2Ji :::::: 12 .:::::: S58 58 :i5H 141 63 STH 48 ..107 ... 17M ,..101tf . 31 1 .. 58 .. 33M ..146H Pullman Car Co Reading Richmond A West Point. 37 9H Rock Island .12514 San Francisco 32 San Francisco pfd 65 San Francisco 1st pfd 144 8t. Paul aiiZ St. Paul ptd 121 St. Paulland M 114 Bt. Paul Duluth 59M St. Paul & Duluth pfd 108 Texas Pacific . 26 Union Pacific SMi Wabash jsj Wabash pfd S9$ Western Union Tel 75W Wast Shore Bonds 1029b Pacific railroad bonds closed as fellows: Firsts 118Wall8J 8 rants 103J, Ey- - 15 allRH liisaiis Government bones closed as follows: V. 8. New 8's J0OW 48, '91 reg lOaa-.O? '91 coup 1094al09i 4s, 1907, reg 127al!rrl 4s, 1907, coup 188al28Js uuiinwj ub, p.. .. ...................... lo , Currency 6s, '96 :29ji . . Currency 6s. '97 13S Currency 6s, '98. 534 .. Currency 6s. '99 136 Chicago drain and Provision market. Closing quotations Reported over Private Wires to Bdwln Kowo 4c Co., Commission Mer ehanta,40S New York Produce Exchange. New York. The following shows the quotations at I P. M. (Chicago time) for tbe past three days: Mar. II. Mar. 13. Mar. 14. fMar. i Apr ... 7B .. 76! 78J4 7m 75 S3 81& loH 4oU 20.10 20.10 20.25 20.15 20.50 30.50 7.40 7.45 7.46 7.60 7.52X 8.67X Wheat I may fMar. Apr I May i Mar .. si ; .. 35H Corn 20.55 Pork Apr 89.65 I may 20.75 )Mar. 7.67), Apr 7 75 May 7.82K Lard ) MORTGAGE LTDMEONY. ITAL, - - $600,000 DEBENTURES AJtD Guaranteed Farm Mortgages OPTICUS. I REFERENCES. HEW TOBX, M Broadway, I Vint Ha Bank, NEW TOHX. BOSTON. S3 Court strMt. I Bo!o. fi.C Bwk. BOSTON. FHILADELPHIA, IMS. ItliSt. 'la N.u Bk., PHILADELPHIA. KANSAS CITY, Tib Del. St., Aa. Nat, Beak, KANSAS CITX" Cor rates of internet, aad fall informstiea 8BND FOR PAMPHLET. J. A. PRESTON, 737 Chapel Street, NEW HAVEN. INVESTORS Can be Supplied with Mortgages From 8SOO to S3,000 each. DEBENTURE BONDS From $100 to 91,000 each. ' Burlington, Vt., Sept. 7, ISM. Charles N. Fowler, Esq., Vice President Equitable Mortgage Co.: Dear Sir I beg to state that the Burlington Trust Co., located at Burlington, Vt., has done quite a arge business with the Equitable Mortgage Com pany of tfanaag City, Mo., in the past three years, and that all their transactions have been very satis factory to us. I also have done quite a large amount of business with them personally, with en tire satisfaction. I think the company has excep tional facilities for making good loans In Miasour and Kansas, and I consider their endorsement or guarantee A No. 1. Very truly yours, (Signed) B. B. SMALLEY, Jalftdaw Vice Presideat Srrlington Trust Co, W. B. COFFIN. WALTER STANTON. COFFIN & STANTON, 11 Wall Street, New York. We offer for sale a limited amount of the 6 PER CENT. GOLD BONDS OF THK , CITIZENS' GAS LIGHT CO., OF Westcbester County, 37. Y. The territory covered by this company em braces five of the most rapidly growing sudutds or the city. fl Stocks For Sale. CAP 20 shares New Baven Water Co.'s stock. 4'shares Shore Line RR. Co.'s stock. 25 shares New York & New Jersey Telephone stock. 50 New Baven Gas stock. 40 shares Bridgeport Electric Light Co.'s stock. 19 1 hares Naugatuck RR. stock. Western Farm Loans and Debentures. FOR SALE BY H. C. WAIIKEN & CO., 87vOranfte street. C. E. LONbLEY WE REPEAT THE QUESTION OF TWO YEARS AGO Will you buy a Suit, Spring Overcoat or pair of Pantaloons that were made last season if you can buy them about Half Price? If so, read this ad vertisement. Read it carefully- Tnere is more money In it for intelligent buyers than any adver tisement we have ever written. We have in our New Haven store to-day about $3,- OOO worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's medium and light weight suits, Spring Overcoats and Pantaloons that were manufactured late last season. These goods we propose selling at once, business opens, and to make offer them at prices which have never been recorded by any clothing house in this part ot the country. We warrant every garment perfect in every way, and right in ev ery particular. They are cut the same shape and on the same patterns as goods we are maiiTifacturing to-day. and many of the styles and patterns are identi cally the same, as will be shown 30 days hence, at don ble our present prices. Lot 1. Seventy Hen's ''George's River" Spring Overcoats. A. handsome twill, medium color, soft roll, and always considered a bargain at $13. Lot 3. Ninety Men's "Putnam" in two shades, one a dark silk mixture, "Putnams," and everybody knows, too, all wool and silk mixed goods made. We shall close two lots at $7.5, and if yon can distinguish any differenoe between onr lots for $7.50 and onr neighbors' "Putnams" for $15, we will present yon with one of eaoh color. We have about thirty lots of Spring Overcoats, and the prices at which we have marked them seem sbsnrd, when actual values are Lot 3. lOO Men's strictly all wool Goods made by the Star Woolen Mills, a style that always looks well (a small dark fall lot and all sizes from 35 to 42. At remember, is bnt $6.50. Lot 4. Fifty Young Men's all wool Sizes 33 to 37, goods the famous " Victory" ora and tmsat durability. We shall dollars is the regular price, and at $10 the " Victory s" are always a bargain. Lot 5. The Blackilone and Sawyer all wool Cassimeres. Are among the best goods made up. Regular they sell in Men's and Young Men's Suits for $18 and $18. To close several big lots carried from last season we Shall sell them for $8.50. Read the price again. Eight dollars and fifty cents for Men's all wool and silk mixed Suits, made from the Blackstone and Sawyer Cassimeres. The styles and patterns are geed and we offer Lot 6. The Greatest Bargains of all are the Magnificent Men's and Youths' Suits we have marked down to $1 and 19. No fewer than fifty-eight styles and patterns at these prices, and among them are many of the finest and best suits we ever made np. With the exceptions of perhaps half a dozen lots they have not before been shown or offered for sale, having been made np late last season and held in our Boston house until the present time. There's a great variety of pat terns in these 53 lots at $10.00 and $12.00. Lieht, dark and medium shades. Some plaids, some checks, some black corkscrews, some silk mixtures, some plain eolors, and they are all suits that were made to every suit and every garment perfect and tion that you or anyone can raise to any made last season. Lot 7. Sixty Boys' all wool Suits, Sizes 12 to 17 years, goods made by the the best wearing suits in our stock. dark check and worth in the course of Lot 8. 30O Children's all wool Sizes 4 to 12 years, medium weight and Woolen Mills, we shall SELL FOR 3.50 we guarantee that suits of this quality are New York or Boston. Lot 9. 160 Children's all wool Cheviot Suits, Sizes 4 te 12, 4 to 10 plaited,!! and 12 tion to put these on suits would be $6.50. able, a dark mixture, and the prioe $3.50 value. Lot lO. ISO Children's Suits, Good weight, dark mixture. Suits that Sl.OO PER SUIT. This is a duplicate lot and came in too late to be sold last season. At the price $1.00 they won't stay long with us. Lot 11. 3.000 pairs of Children's Pants, Sizes 4 to 11 years, prioe last season 50 cents. We PAIR. The lots herein advertised are bnt a small give you some idea of the prices at which we does the balance o our wholesale and retail and Children's, and being sold as it will beat find no dlffionlty ia getting fitted, and that, named in New Haven or Connecticut. The quantity of goods offered is large, but at the prices buyers will not be wanting. necessary if you would derive the full benefit SALE COMMENCES TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH IS. C.E. LONGLEY & CO. 101, 103, 105 CHURCH STREET, NEW HAVEN, CONN. Largest Clothing House in Connecticut. Open Evenings Until 9, Saturdays 11 p. m. k CO., before our regular Sprin a quick job of it, we shall as well made as any $15 or $20 Overcoats we shall close at $6 50. Sizes 35 to 44. Spring Overcoats the other a light grey. Everybody knows the that the 'Pntnams" are the best medium priced Regular these Overcoats sell to the trade for $15. considered. Sack Sails. one of the best wearing suits in onr stock, and cheek) we shall close for $6.50. $12 these suits would be a bargain. Oar price, Suits. Cassimeres, celebrated for their strong col- Close for 86.0O. Are they cheap! Twelve them in all sixes from 33 to 42. sell for $20.00, $22.00 and $25.00. We warrant right in every way. The only possible objeo of these suits is the simple fact that they were Hopedale Manufacturing Company, and one of WE SHALL CLOSE FOR 5.O0. Pattern a trade $9.00. Plaited Blouse Suits, very desirable style, cloth made by the "Star" PER SUIT. Every snit is worth $5.00, and not sold lower than $5.00 In New Haven, made plain, at $3.5 PER SUIT. A fair valua They are twilled goods, very strong'and dur represents but little more than one-half their sold readily for $3. 50 we ehall close out for shall close at 25 CENTS PER part of the entire offerings, but they will shall dispose of this stock, comprising as it stocks carried from last season, Men's, Boys', a reduction of about one-half, purchasers will too, at much lower prices than have ever been we have advertised this sale extensively and An early selection is advisable and absolutely of this most extraordinary sale, gtmtamccje. SECURITY INSURANCE CO., OF NEW BAVEN. NO. S LYON BUILDING, 769 CHAPEL STREE1 CASH CAPITAL ----- t200,000 DIRECTORS: Chas. 8. Leete, Thos. R. Trowbridge, J. A. Bishop Dan'l Trowbridge, A. C. Wilcox, J. M. Mason J as. D Dewell, Cornelius Pierpont, Wm. B. Tyler. CHAS. S. LEETE. President. JAMES D. DEWELL Vice Presiden H. MASON, Secretary. H. C. FULLER, Assistant Secretary ocl&eod New Tort Life Insurance Go. Organized in 1845. Purely Mutual. CASH ASSETS, Jan. 1. 1687.... ..$75,431,453 Divisible surplus, Co.'s standard I 8,080,587 Tontine surplus 4.176,4 Surplus by state stanaaru. 4 per ceui.. Policies in force, 97,719, insuring 304,378,540 income in lao i,ou,wo Annual premiums In force 16,386,068 New business In 1886, 24,027. policies, in suring 85.178.294 Interest receipts in 1S86 3,724,502 Death losses paid in 1880 2,757,085 interest receipts over aeain losses intsb. . ubo,4o Interest receipts over death losses last 5 years 3,372,873 Divisible surplus to each $1,000 insurance $26.85 Death losses in 1886 to each $1,000 ins 9.77 Death losses and expenses to income. 1H86 (.cost ot insurance) 31 per ct The New York Life issues a ereater van tv of policies, and the returns on its maturing Tontine aiviaenus are larger wan tuose oi any oiner cum sanv. For full particulars and rates write to or call at its Connecticut omce. 811 Chapel Street. New Haven HENRY G. LEWIS, Supt. of City Agents. A. L. GURNEY, General Agent. ms tr C3-iils' Tricy cloa Of our own manufacture. CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, VELOCIPEDES. C. COWLES At CO., 4T Orange Street. CLUES Used by the best manufacturer a Bun nrecnanics lit uie wurm, Pullman Palace CarCo., Mason A ilaralin Organ & fiano uo., SC. , for all kinds of fi.no vorlc At the New Orleans Expsi tion, joints made -with it en dared a testing strain of over 1600 Pounds TO A SQUARE INCH. Pronounced atrongeM obte knoirn. TWO GOLD MEDALS. London. 1883. Nan Orleant. 138S. If vonrdealerdoesnotkeenit aend bis pard and IAc. postage for sample can, FREB. KtMii uKsutai: cv-eUioaeerar, juss. NOTE IT- SEALS Engraved. New Designs, Brass y Copper Sets, RUBBER STAMPS, LINEN MARKERS, Everything ia Stamp Line, 13 CENTER ST. -A.D.PERKINS.- NEW HAVEN COMPANY, 52 ORANGE STKEET. Splendid Line of DRAPERY CURTAINS New Patterns Now Arriving. Ecru, Swiss, Tambour, SPach tel, Irish Point, And Other Fine Laces. CRETE AND MADRAS CURTAINS Florentine Silks - For Sash Curtains. ZTew Pattoms is Velour and Chenille fable Spreads MADRAS AND MADRAS CLOTH. SMYRNA RUGS. Lace Curtains Lanndried Blade and Hung at reasonable prices. WINDOW SHADES E. D. HENDEE, SUCCESSOR TO W. D. BRYAN, CUSTOM TAILOR WO. 137 CHURCH Sf. DYNAMITE 'F.TTilndm Rats. Mice. Weasel. Wood chuck. Skunk, Roaches, Bed Bug?, Wa ter Bugs, otato Hugs. V lies, inseraa Vermin, etc. It has noeaual. Grand results surely follow its use. It drives out Kats ana mice; tney ao not aie on mo yivmira. One trial will convince you of its merits. 15 and 25c. Sold by all druggists in this city. WELTS & r. . . ...... ..ri..1 1 .. 1 1 OlX flt.t. r-liil. ' Sole Wholesale Agents. seflO 6m New Crop Porto Kico Mo lasses. We offer In hogsheads and bar rels choice quality new Ponee Molasses, JUST LANDED, ex. st. Elcano. J.D. DEVVELL & CO,, IMPORTERS, 233 to 239 State Street. QRATEFOL COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA. WRF.AKTTART. 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State rwuia suia at reca & Bishop's, anu at ajoca s&rtur ouire. eteamer h.L..n (jilt, captain etevens. leaves New Haven at 10:15 a. m. Sundays excepted. Prom Nw York The CONTINENTAL leaves Peck Slip at 3 p. m., and the ELM CITY at 11 p. m., Bunuays excepts. , Saturday IS o clock mlo night. .Sunday Boat for N.York Steamer NEW HAVEN at 10:30 p. m. Staterooms sold ac the Elliott House. Free stage from Ins. Building at 9 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage checked thro to Philadelphia (via both routes), Baltimore an,- Washington. JAMEa rt. WAKD, Agent. Starin's New Haven Transporta. tion Line. Hverr Bay Except Saturday. Leave New Haven, from 8tarla,s Dock, at lu:1f nVlv . JOHN. H. STARIN, Captain McAlister, every 8u day, Tuesday and Thursday. The ERASTI7H CORNING. Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Returning, leave New York from Tir 1ft f.f (-.,. .-t I .. ..,-1 . . the Stann every jKonday, Wednesday and Friday the Corning everv Sunday. Tueariav and Th..,i.- The only Sunday night boat from New York Fare, with berth in cabin, f 1 ; stateroom $1. Ex cursion tickets $1.50. rrte stage leaves tie depot on arrival of Hart ford train, and from nnrnw nhnivh .n m... streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 o'clock p. m. iicKecs ana staterooms can be purchased of ths Downes News Co., 869 Chapel street. Peck & Bishop 703 Chapel street, and at the Tontine Hotel . C. M. CONKLIN, Agent, 3y'B New Haven. Conn. ALLAN ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS. rffEr Roy' Mail Steamships sail every week jffllHM from Glasgow to Boston via Derry and ijaiwey. 1 ne only direct route from Scotland, the North and Middle ot Ireland to the New England ....... . steerage, .'. HOOK your friends by this direct route and save"hem ths ii i.ii V t . V. . transfer. Apply to oVl 55 '.kbuib, Hosion or to BUNNELL SCRANTON. 733 anrt 7S4 Chapel St. mh7eod fronisitms, tc. BROADWAY CASH STORE The Best and Cheapest House to Bar :P:U::V:I:S;1:0:!;:S:.: Prime Veal, leg, for baking, 16e a pound. Prime Veal, loin, for roasting, lc a pound. Prime Veal, for stewing, 8 and 10c a pound. Butter is lower; fine Creamery for 1ci pound. Boss' Crackers are lower; extra Sodas 7c pound. Extra Milk and Oyster Crackers 8c a pound. Prime Roast Beef from 10 to 16c a pound. Top Round Steak 14c. Bottom Round Steak 18o lb Porterhouse and Tenderloin 8teak 18 and 80s lb. Fresh Country Eggs only SOc a dozen. Fin - Florida Oranges, very sweet. 20c a dosen. Fine State Beans 7c quart, 4 quarts for 25c. Extra dried Lima Beans 9c quart, 3 quart. 26c 17 pounds Standard Granulated Sugar for $1. A carload of Flour arri vwl. nnl. k a KbmuI aa. a bag, and many, many more bargains. ' PAUL JENTE & BRO., ?i! IOI and 10T Broadway. Choice Poultry, Meats and Veg etables. A Full Lfne of Best Groceries. Flour, Teas, Coffees, Spices. The best store iu the city to trade. THOMAS KELLY'S, SIS State Street, Corner ot Pearl. All nrtift-f nmmntivAtie.nrlor1 a n4 a tit I K r hv uuu KUVUD U DUV ered in any part of the city. mh7 FIVE DOZEN EGGS FOR $1. WARRANTED STRICLTY FRESH. FIVE DOZEN FRESH EGGS FOR $1. Remember! Warranted Fresh. IHany Oilier Bargains Offered In Groceries and Meats. J. II. KEAUXEY, ELM CITY CASH GROCERY, 74 and 76 Congress Avenue, Cor ner Hill Street. Union and Register copy. LENTEN SEASON. Smoked Halibut, choice smoked Golden Yar mouth Bloaters, choice smoked Boned Herring. No. 1 Mackerel in 10 lb kit or hy the barrel. No. 2 AT.olrap.1 in 11 IK 1.1... ....... n i , ii ... ' ' ... ' " ' " niia. .meet, .eauaerei lit o iu tins. These goods are all new. especially ore pared for . . . . . . oauuu. i j i uv i9iuu Lu aiway. on nana. COOPER ft NICHOLS, 378 STATE STK EFT. IT IS NO HUMBUG! But a POSITIVE FACT ! Known to every school boy in the country that Dawf on at 314 State street keeps the largest stock f TEAS AND COFFEES to be found in New England. And that in the stock can be found about 100 boxes of Choice Oolong Teas, from 10 to 20 poands each, that will suit the most fastidious. DAWSON'S, 844 STATE ST.. ENGLISH JAMS. Strawberry, Damson. Green Gage, Currant, Apricot. Orange Marmalade'. Absolutely Pare. In I pound glaes jars only 20. 3 pounds extra fine Prunes 25c. 6 pounds Lnundry Stareb 35c. Price of Win Favor Flour reduced to $5.S0 per barrel. A. M. FOOTE, 458 STATE STREET, Between Court and Elm Streets. SCOLLOPS! SCOLLOPS, First of the Season. FRESH SALMON, Blueflsh. Sea Bass, Spanish Mackerel, Halibut, Eels. Hard and Soft Crabs, Clams, Lobsters. Oysters, Etc., Etc. Reed's Market, 59Cnurch Street OPPOSITE THB POITOFFICE. B2 H. W. SMITH. Manager. A Small Lot or NICE SMALL TURKEYS, Full Dressed, at 16c a pound, Ei. SCHONBE BOER'S, Noa. 1. 3, 3 Central Market. Congress ave. New Groods. Extra choice new crop Porto Rico Molasses. Extra choice new crop New Orleans Molasses. Fine table Syrups, Kennedy's Biscuits, Fig Creams, Cocoanut Macaroens, Baby Pretzels and Pullman Tea Crackers, seasoned Soaps for laundry use, Colgates Laundry and old fashioned lonj: bars. Cooper & Xichols, 378 State Street. ONE PRICE THF. CASH STORE OFFEXtTIIIS WEEK: Fine Country Turkeys 18c pound. Fine Couutry Chickens 18c pound. Fine Celery 13c bunch, 2 bunches for 25c. Extra fine Sweet Potatoes 30c peck. Fresh Country Ep-es, every egg warranted. 22a dozen, 5 dozen for $1. Old Government Java Coffee 25c pound. Fine Creamery Butter 30c pound. Good Table Butter 25c pound. Splendid Oranges 10c dozen. White Beans 7c quart, 4 quarts for 36c. 1? pounds Standard Granulated Sugar $1. SO pounds White Extra C Sugar $1. B. F. BANKS, - No. I Broadway. BARGAINS C -V ( ''.'at - - ' D, M, WELCH & SON'S 5 doz strictly fresh Eggs for $1. The above are not common barrel stock, bnt fine fresh country eggs, every one warranted fresh 5 doz for $1. ine Turkeys, mil dressed, 17c pound. Fine Chickens, full dressed. 16c pound. Fine Sweet Potatoes 30c peck. Fine Cranberries 10c quart. Fine Honey in the comb 10c pound. Our Fine Creamerr Butter at Sue nound in tYtm finest to be had. Good table Butte 25c and 28n pound. Our Old Government Java Coffee Is better than a ton iust received fresh roasted and eround to ortW at only 25c pound. We warrai t this coffee to suit all. If you hate not tried it do so at once. Our 12c oranges are the finest ever sold for the mcney. r ine large treet Havana at 18c dosen. Fine la ge Lemons at 12c dox. Nice new flgs 7c pound. Many other grand bargains. D-M. WELCH & SON, 98 and 30 Congress Ave. Branch No. S Grand St. TXLSFHONB.