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In a moment of despair I tried the Cuticura Remedies-Cuticura the ereat Skin Cure, and Cuticura Soap, an ex quisite oRm tfeautiner, extern any. anu isuuuurw Resolvent, the new Blood Purifier, internally; the email lumps (as I call them) gradually disappeared, and the large ones broke in about two weeks, dis charging large quantities of matter, leaving two Blight pears in my neck to-day to tell the story of my sufferine. Mr weirht then was one hundred and fifteen sickly pounds; my weight now is one hundred and sixty -one solid, healthy pounds, and my height is only five feet five inches. In my trav els I praised the Cuticura Remedies, North, South, East and West. To Cuticura Remedies I owe UaoltV, Itanninuci awr nr. vr Ufa A III J IKHWiui, K""-oo -aU mj A Sreminent New Yoric druggist asked me the other ay, "Do you still use the Cuticura Remedies; you look to be in perfect health?" My reply was, I do. and shall always. I have never known what sickness is since I commenced using the Cuticura Remedies.11 Sometimes I am laughed at by prais ing them to people not acquainted with their meritA. but sooner or later they will come to their senses and believe the same as those that use thAin. ha dozens have whom I have told. May the time come when there shall be a large Cuticura Supply House in every city in the world, for the benefit of humanity, where the Cuticura Reme dies shall be sold only, so that there will be rarely a need or ever entering a oxug score. M. HUSBANDS, P. O. Box 1,607, New York, N. Y. Cuticura Remedies are a positive cure for every form of Skin and Blood Diseases, from Pimples te Scrofula. Sold everywhere. Price: Cuticura, 6 cents: Soap, 9 cents; Resolvent, $1. Prepared by the Potter Drug and cnemica. lx., ioston, Aiaas, end for "How to Cure Skin Diseases, TiTTl JFPTjES. Blackheads, Skin Blemishes and -i-XVA Baby Humors, use Cuticura 8ap. KIDNEY PAINS With their weary, dull, aching, lifeless. l-gone sensation, reiievea in one minute r the Cuticura Anti-Pain Piaster. War- ranted. At druggists', 25 cents. Potter Purg Co.. Boston. EDPIfJAUDS ' PERFUMERY TOILET ARTICLES,! HENRY DREYFUS, Sale Atmt for tke IT. B. 10 COCBTLAMD ST., If. V. $fc mxvtml xu& (fbonvizv. Delivered bt Cabriers in thb City, 15 cents a Week, 50 cektb a Month, $6.00 A Year. The Same terms xsy hul. Saturday, April S, 1887. SUNDRY LEGISLATION The Legislators Eager to Finish Up Business Bat the Committees Are Behind, and the Session Will be a Protracted One The Bill Which Will Interest Roman Catholic Fa vorably Reported The Senate Dis cusses Weekly Payment Bill Asaln Henry E.. Goodwin Gains Another Point A Bill Referred to the Rail road Committee Itequiring Railroads to Blake Statements In Detail A Blow at the Consolidated. Hartford, April 1, 1887. Special to the Journal and Courier. Both houses have passed a resolution re quiring all committees to make final reports by next Tuesday, April 5. It now looks as though it may be necessary to reconsider the matter. It was generally hoped than an ad. joura merit could be taken by April 20, and i all committee reports were made on time the session could undoubtedly close on that date. Several important hearings are Btill in progress. While the two houses may express a desire to have hearings closed, it is not within the parliamentary scope of either to make an imperative order which shall break in upon the proper and legitimate work of the committees. It is the general opinion that the committee work should go on until a reasonable opportunity has been given for a full and fair hearing to all parties in in terest, and if reports are not ready by Tnesdav next, or even by next Dnday, thiv nan be made at a later daie. Meanwhile there will be enough for both bouses to do in disposing of buBi. ness which is now ready for final action Several committees have assignments for next Tuesday and Wednesday and even as late as Th,..).r Th. indiciarv committee has considerable business which cannot be done until the latter part of next week. These fuets will in all probability postpone ad journment for another week. Representative .Davis, in order to hasten things a little, moved to-day that ou and after Wednesday next the hour of assembling for the House be 10 instead of 10:30 o'clock. Another mo tion for a session next Monday was rejected. There was not mich business of impor tance transacted in the House to-day. Action was taken on many bills of minor importance. The resolution allowing the judges of the City court in New Haven to commit children to the St. Francis orphan asylum was favorably report ed on by the committee on humane institu tions. The bill was introduced to make it possible for the Roman Catholic orphan asy lum in New Haven to get possession of children who would otherwise be sent to the County home. The committee on military affairs reported a resolution appropriating $4,000 for a heroic bronze statue of Captain John Mason, the great Indian fighter, to be placed on a boulder monnment to be erected on Pequot Hill in Groton. The bill defining intoxicating liquor to be any beverage containing more than three per cent, of alcohol was rejected. The resolution for a compilation of the State constitution was also rejected. The Senators were kept in good humor by April fool candy which was piled on Clerk Brainard's desk. The weekly payment bill, passed yesterday and then tabled, was taken up again and Senator Hill offered an amend ment making clear his eight day amendment offered yesterday. A discussion arose and there was much animated talk over the bill and the amendments. Many of the Senators thought no action should be taken until Senator Hill, to whom the matter is very clear, could be present. It was finally de cided to have the whole thing tabled and that the clerk have the bill printed with the amendments proposed. The text of the bill passed yesterday is as follows: Any corpo ration employing labor shall pay to its em ployes such wages or compensation as may be agreed upon during the eight days following such employment and dur iug each and every week thereafter so long as such employment shall continue, and no deduction from said wages shall be made on account of suoh weekly payment, and that any corporation which shall pay weekly to its employes eighty per cent, of their estimated wages during the eight days following such employment and each and every day thereafter, making no discount of such weekly payments, and shall pay in full once in each month and shall give notice of the same in their printed rnles and regula tions, shall be exempt from the provisions of the first part of this act. The bill provides for a penalty of sou tor any violation or. cnis act. Senator Kirkham introduced a bill in the Senate this morning of a very interesting character. It provides for the repealing of certain chapters of the publio acts and providing that railroads in making their re turns shall state the income aud expenditures of the sinking fund in detail and all other ncome and expense in detail. Senator Gra ham opposed unanimous consent to the re ceipt of the bill. He said it emanated from the same source (Henry L. Goodwin) which caused the hearing yesterday and which had ample time earlier in the session to inquire into this matter. senator sumner cnam- pioned the bill and thought it should be re ceived, as it related to a matter before the committee. Senators Hill ana uomn urgea its reception and that action was taken, 10 to and the bill was referred to tne raiiroaa committee. The bill is thought to not discriminate suf ficiently, said a senator to day. It paid no regard to the condition of work partly done or the ability of the corporation to make up its pay roll, ft provided tor a weekly pay ment, whether tne workman was present to receive his pay or not. It apparently at tempted to force payments even in cases where it was impossible to make tnem witn accuracy and to tne satistaction or eitner workmen or employers. Workingmen want a practicable law one that can be enforced not an act that must ran dv us own un reasonable exactions and in this way bring the principle of weekly payments into disre pute. But the whole subject is now open and the Senate can make such a bill as it pleases. Representative Jdurd, wnile recognizing that the House defeated the educational bill, has the satisfaction of knowing that his ef forts have been f nlly appreciated by men who while not members of the General Assembly have the welfare of the young generation at heart. On Wednesday evening he re ceived the warm congratulations of a number of gentlemen at the Allyn House and one of them exclaimed rapturously, "I wish I was in that house so "that if 'this bill came up again I might take off my coat and fight for it." Governor Lounsbury has accepted Hank Commissioner Williams' resignation and will probably next Tuesday or Wednesday desig nate tlenrv J, woosier to mi mo vacancy nntil July 1. when his regular term will be- ein. The bearing on tne uooawin memorial will be resumed before the railroad commit tee next Tuesday morning. An interesting conversation was overheard in the Capitol lobby this morning between two Senators relating to Mr. Goodwin and the Consolidated road. The Senate, as reported above, accept ed a bill concerning detailed statements which is said to be greatly in his favor. "Well. Senator, what's going to nappen? Goodwin seems to be getting a firm hold on ns this vear. How is it!" "Oh, that s all rtgnt," was ine rejoinder; 'he'll cret his point yet. I am inclined to believe that he is somewhat in the right after all." "Stuff and nonsense." "One thing is snre, if he keeps at the old Consolidated long enough something will have to give way." "remans so !" "That reminds me of a little incident relat inor to the Consolidated. Many moons ago it became necessary for the road to get the vote of a certain senator. .But ne maimaiueu stubborn indifference to their 'entreaties. They skirmished about and found that he had a son, a lawyer with a very poor practice. They at once hired him tor a certain case and cave bim a clean inou sand. This it was thought would fetch the old gentleman. But it didn't fetch worth cent. Many are the ways and means resorted to to obtain their good will. I am afraid, how ever, the Consolidated is losing its grip in several quarters." The bills concerning the sale of the Derby railroad, presented yesterday by Justice John u. uauagner or new naven, will be trtven hearing before the judiciary committee Tues day next. LEGISLATIVE NOTES. The recommendation by the financial committee that the State tax be fixed at one and a quarter mills for the next two years is a return to tne rate wnicn prevailed for sev eral years until the legislature of last vear raised it two mills. The secret ballot bill has not yet been ported on by the judiciary committee. There is talk of changing the Storrs Asrri cultural school from its present location to the community property in Wallingford. The plan is said to be a feasible and cheaper one than fitting up the old buildings now in use. Governor Lounsbury has not signed the fermented cider bill and it may be recalled from the office of the Secretary of State so that the word "fermented" may be stricken ont. The Governor in said to think that ci-ii-tr is not really fermented in a strict sense BE SKIPPED RAPIDLY. Diamond Cotter and Pyro Probably Flying His Vocation in Pastures New Amonk the Photographers in Other Cities. Last Wednesday a young man of about twenty-five summers paid a flying visit to several of the photograph galleries of this oity, asking for work in the printing depart ments, he claiming to be an adept in that branch. After visiting several galleries on the south side of Chapel street with no apparent success the knight of the camera finally succeeded in climbing several pairs of stairs at 858 Chapel street and found himself in the sanctum sanctorum or sky parlor of Charles Homan, the photographer, where he unsuccessfully applied for a situation as printer, glass cutter or general assistant. Soon after his departure Mr. Homan discov ered that his much prized diamond for cut ting glass had disappeared from his table where it had been placed only a short time before. Mr. Homan rushed around from one gallery to another inquiring if a stran ger had been seen passing that way. At Hull's Gallery, 823 Chapel street, he learned that just such a young man as described had during the day called on him and after his departure a bottle of pyrogallic acid was missing, which is valued at some forty cents an ounce and is quite extensively need in dry photoeraphy. Uf course it was at once sur mised that pyro and diamond had become united in one common friendship. Mr. Homan next visited W. F. Donnelly's gallery at 851 Chapel street, and there his lost'diamond was found safely deposited in Mr. Donnelly's keeping. It was learned that the voune photo manipulator had visited Donnelly's gallery late in the afternoon in quest of employment, but being answered as in several of the other galleries he had vis ited, "all full," he then calmly drew from his pocket a diamond glass cutter and offered it for sale at low figures. Mr. Donnelly, hay ing a short time before been apprised that Mr. Homan had lost his diamond, at once slipped the article in his pocket and informed the photo lifter that the diamond belonged to Mr. Homan and he must have stolen it, and with a kind feeling for bis brother artist, advised him to skip soon as possible or he woald surely be arrested for theft, etc. The dealer in photos and diamonds, without bardly giving the proposition time for a sec ond thought, beat a hasty retreat for the Consolidated railroad and by this time is no doubt drumming in useful wares among the photo fraternity in other parts of the conn try. AT KALE. The Freshman Nine to Meet the Con. soildated at the Pield This Afternoon Vale Versns Athletics la Philadel phia Easter Praise Service To-TIor-row Evenlns Other Notes. Professor Loisette will form another class of Beventy-five members. Professor Dana will take the juniors oh their first geological excursion to-day. O'Ronrke. L. S., was summoned by Man ager Mutrie yesterday and will play with the New Torks to-day. Ground has been broken for the new Kent laboratory. The first game of base ball in this city will be played at the Field this afternoon at 3 o'clock between the freshman and consoli dated nines. Admission fee will be twenty five cents. The 'Varsity nine left this city last even ing by boat for New York and will proceed to Philadelphia to-day, where It will play its opening game of the season with the Ath letics. The nine which will play and the positions of the men will be as follows: Stagg, pitcher; Cross, third base; Noyes, short stop; Dann, catcher; Kellogg, left field; Hunt, center field; Osborn, right field; McConkey, second base; Spencer, first base; and McClintock, substitute. Yale will pull against the Columbia and Princeton tug-of-war teams at the Twenty third regiment athletic grounds this evening. Hanson will be anchor. The Columbia nine will play the Universi ty of Pennsylvania to-day. The Columbia nine was chosen Thursday and the following men in the places named will compose the team to-day: Bannister, catcher; Gates, pitcher; Cameron, first base; Stubeigh, second base; Sibourg, third base; Cooper, shortstop; Lamarche, right field; McCusher, center field; Deppler, left field. Stubeigh will captain the team. The annnal Easter praise service will be given in Battell chapel to-morrow evening. The concert will begin at 7 :30. No tickets will be issued. The following is the pro gramme: Prfeludium Sooate Ruhmsted Dr. Stoeckel. Hymn Tune Mendlas Prayer and Reading of Scriptures Hymn Tune Rathbun Solo Palm Branches Holden C. B. F. Pease. Hymn Pleyel'sHymn Organ Solo Meditation Schumann Dr. Stoeckel. Hymn Tune Missionary Address Ray Palmer's Hymns Dr. Barbour. Hymn Tune Olivet Solo Christ Has Risen Mrs. J. H. wnitner. Hvmn Tune Hamburg Solo Resurrection .' Shelley Mr. J. c Rises. Hymn Tune Hendon Doxology. Benediction. Postludium Fantasia Volckman Good Samaritans' Temperance meet- Ines. To-morrow night S. C. Johnson and C. H. Fowler will speak at the meeting of the Good Samaritans in Samaritans' Hall, 817 Chapel street. Miss Mamie Wrinn will sing. Mr. Fitzgerald will fnrnish instrumental mu-To-niht the regular Saturday evening temperance meeting will be held. Beginning next week and continuing thereafter the weekly meetings of the Samaritans will be held on Sunday and Wednesday nights. The room of the society is open each day and evening, and persons frequently come in and sign the pledge which is on a table and pass ont. In this way large numbers take the pledge and become total abstainers. The Samaritans' society is in a flourishing condi tion and the good work of temperance re form is being carried forward with increased success. POOR LAW KKLIKF, An Address This Afternoon by Henry C. White. The public are cordially invited by the United Workers to listen this Saturday after noon at 3:30 o'clock to Mr. Henry C. White in the United church chapel on Temple street to an address on "Poor Law Relief, Private Aid Societies and Charity Organiza tions." Mr. White has spent a large amonnt of time in giving these matters a great deal of personal attention, and probably no one in the oity and indeed few in the country are so competent to speak upon these topics as he is. California Tours. The usual series of California tours are announced by Messrs. Raymond & Whitcomb to leave Boston April 21 and 28 and May 6. The outward route will be through Colorado and Arizona, with quite an extended vitit at the new and magnificent hotel, The Ray mond, at South Pasadena, Cal., among the orange groves and vineyards of the beautiful San Gabriel Valley. Continuing from there, the party will visit the Yosemite Valley on its way to San Francisco. The return trip can be made either via Salt Lake City and Denver or through Oregon and Washington territory, taking the Northern Pacific line from Tacoma over the Cascade mountains with a visit to the Yellowstone National Park. Special cars will be used throughout the entire trip and special trains will be available through the interesting mountain scenery, which regular trains pass through at nieht in many oases. The trips are very complete in every way, and the arrangements for the comfort ana enjoyment or tne passen erers are very perfect. Discriptive circulars. giving full particulars, can be obtained of W. Raymond, 296 Washington street, oppo site School street, Boston. Sale and Supper. The lady "workers" of the Second Univer- salist church (Church of the Holy Spirit Rev. Mrs. Hanaford pastor,) will hold rapper and sale of fancy and useful articles Wednesday evening next, April 6, at the church, corner of Davenport avenue and Ward street. Admission free. An enjoyable season is anticipated. Miss Miles is chairman of the committees. Mrs. Waterhonse has charge of the social department, Mrs. Holmes of the refreshment table and Miss Root of the articles for sale, some of which are ex ceedingly artistic and beautiful. Clairvoyance. Mrs. J. J. Clark, the medical test and bus iness medium, continues to demonstrate her superiority as a genuine medinm. She has onvinced hundreds by her marvellous pow ers. To-morrow evening at her residence 228 Crown street, Mrs. Clark will deliver an address in commemoration of the anniversary of Bkoaara spiritualism. See adr. Changes made or Officials by the con solidated uoaa. President Clark of the Consolidated road received the resignation of Mr. Richard N. Dowd of this city, who for the last twenty years has been the commissary of the rail road and is one of onr most esteemed resi dents. Mr. Dowd's service for the road oov ers forty-five years, during which time he has neither asked for nor taken a vacation. On account of advancing age Mr. Dowd re quested to be relieved. President Clark re plied in a letter highly complimenting Mr. Dowd upon his efficiency in the road's ser vice and expressing the hope that an ar rangement can be made to retain him in toe service of the road in some less taxing ca pacity. Tne omce oi commissary nas oeen cnangea in name to purchasing agent and Henry S. Bishop, superintendent of the Housatonio railroad, appointed to this position, vice Mr7 Dowd resigned. W. H. Elliott, who has been assistant commissary, will now be storekeeper. Stacey B. Opdyke,' jr., former superin tendent of the New Haven and Northampton road, has been appointed assistant engineer. Mr. Opdyke is a civil engineer by profession. He will have charge nnder Chief Engineer Curtis of the building and repairing of roads, bridges, etc. The new president also annonnces an inno vation and creates a new office, that of comptroller, and H. M. Koehersperger, formerly of the New England road, has been appointed to the position, to oegin may 1st. The comptroller will have all the books under his supervision, instead of that work being collectively done as hitherto. Warranted the Best. If you have chapped bands, rough or chafed skin, you can be instantly cured by using Pearl's White Glycerine. Do not take anything said to be just as good.; Sold by all druggists. ma9eod3t Seven Per Cent. Loam. Messrs. Sperry & Kimberly, at No. 89 Orange street, are selling seven per cent, mortgages, principal and interest guaranteed aud payable at the Chase National bank of New York. Purchasers are given the use of their safe deposit vaults free of charge. ma9eodtf When you want Pearline be sure you get what you ask for. The market is full of im itations. The genuine is maunfactured only by James Pyle, N6W York. al d&wlt Advice to mothers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for chil dren teething is the prescription of one of tht. best female nurses and physicians in the United States, and has been used for forty years with never failing success by millions of mothers for their children. During the process of teething its value is incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen tery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels and wind colic. By giving health to the child it rests the mother. Price 25c a bottle. a9mws&wly When Baby was sick, we gave ber C ASTORIA, When she was a Child, she cried for C ASTORIA, When she became Miss, she clung to C ASTORIA, When she had Children, she gave them C ASTORIA. medical. CURE L& v scales Cancer of the Tongue. My wife, some three or four years ago, was trou. bled with an nicer on the side of her tongue near the throat. The pain was Incessant, causing loss of sleep and producing great nervous prostration. JlCCOinpaU;iUg HUB UUUUIO Wao lireiuumimut .. had passed from toe shoulders and centered In the wrist of one hand, she almost losing the use of It. Between the suffering of the two, life had grown h....lni.nma Hi thn HHP Of A half (i()ZeH Small- sized bottles of Swift's Specific, she was entirely Miiavori Mmtnrpd to health. This was three years ago, and there has been no return of the dis ease. H. I M1DDLXBRO0K3. Sparta, oa., dnne o, woo. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tun swift Specific Co., Drawer 8, Atlanta, Ga. HI w. 23d St., N. V. DO HOT READ IT. Name, - - CM. Parker. Address, - 85 Chapel Street. Business, Practical Optician. In handing you my card I respectfully request you not to read it, as it is intended for a few people only. If however you are satisfied that those Spec tacles or Eyeglasses f-at you are using are not cor rect, permit me to suggest, "A word to the wise," etc. C. M. PARRER, the Optician. financial KUHN, IiOEB & CO., BANKERS, 30 Nassau Street, New York. Have Constantly on Hand A Selection of Choice Investment Securities. CORRESPONDENCE OF BANKERS, BROKERS, AND INVESTORS SOLICITED. f22eod3m HOW TO MAKE MONEY BY DEALING IN Stocks, Grain, Provisions, Oil, Etc. EXPLANATORY PAMPHLET MAILED FREE. LAURIE & CO., BACKERS AKD BROKERS, 856 Broadway (and branches), SEW YORK. ja28 eod&w3mos Kansas mortgage Bonds. In sums of 9300 and upwards, on hand for imme diate delivery. These are negotiated through the Kansas Loan and Investment Co., OF WICHITA, KANSAS. This house is universally acknowledged as the most careful and conservative in this line of bust ness. In their twelve years' experience and the loaning of millions there has not been a loss of a aonar, or aeiault oi principal or interest. For sale oy JOHN KERLET, Office, S14 (Jeorg Street, New Haven, Conn VERMILYE & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS. Dealers in Investment Securities. Nos. 16 and 18 Nassau St. VEW YORK CITY. Stocks For Sale. 20 shares New Haven Water Co.'s stock. 4'shares Shore Line RR. Co.'s stock. 26 shares New York & New Jersey Telephone stock. 60 New Haven Gas stock. 40 shares Bridgeport Electric Light Co.'s stock. 19 ahares Naugatuct RR. stock. Western Farm Loans and Debentures. FOR SALE BY H. C. WAKltEN & CO., 87 Orange Street, gitxancial. A Listless and Drooping Market The Balls Send Values Down by Selling Lone Stock Closing Prices Lower All Around In Consequence. 2? cw York. April 1. The market this morning was fairly active, but the tone of speculation was not as strong as during the same hours yesterday. The majority of the list opened higher than they clesed, but be fore 11 o'clock the advance was wholly lost In most cases and prices at 11:30 were fractionally lower than the final figures of yesterday. At midday the tone was firmer and some recovery from the lowest figures was noted. One-half of the whole morn ing's business was made up of transactions in Union Pacific, St. Paul, Lake Shore and Western Union. There was no news of any kind to affect the mar ket. The sales to midday amounted to 180,000 shares. The market was weak again after 1 o'clock- There was considerable selling of long stock by the bills, which resulted in weakening the whole list. Lake Shore, New England, Western Union, Pacific Mail and Texas Pacific were especially depressed and closed at the lowest prices. The decline for the day ranged i to 1JS per cent, and extended to nearly every stock on the list. The sales for the day aggregated 340,000 shares. Money closed at 6 per cent. The highest rate was 8 and the lowest 6 per cent. Exchange closed steady. Posted rates 4.854 4.88; actual rates 4.84Ji4.85 for sixty days. Governments closed firm. Closing nricea reuorteri over tns private wires of BUNNELL. & 8CRANTON. Bankers and Brokers. Bid Assted Alton and Terre Haute Alton and Terre Haute pf d . . 33 84 80 101 140 Boston & N. Y. Air Line pfd 99 Burhueton and Quincv 1393& C. C. O. & 1 644 Canada Southern 61 Canadian Pacific ' 61 Cameron Coal 44 Central racific 39$jj Chicago and Alton 144 Chesapeake and Ohio 7?i Chesapeake and Ohio. 1st pfd 15 62 45 4U 84 1594 Chesapeakeand Ohio, id pfd 10 lUtt cnic, tit, Louis & .Pitts i!4 Chic, St. Louis & Pitts. P'f 'd 454 19) 45 5?4 9 Cin. W.&B S$ Cm. W. & B. P'f'd 894 Columbus & Hocking Valley 31 j Del., Lack. Western 134 Del. and Hudson Canal 10lj Denver & Rio Grande 80i East Tenn.. Va. & Ua 13H East Tenn.. Ta. Si Ua. 1st pfd 75 re 134( 102 so; 13 76 3d " pfd 25M 25 34H 78)4 101) Erie S4VJ Erie Dfd 72 Erie seconds 101 Express American 109!4 Express United States 63 Wells, Fargo 187 111) 63 131 39 130 Houston Texas Illinois Central 128 Ind.. Blom. & W 27 27)4 Kanaas Texas 334 Lake Shore 953g Louisville & NashVill. 669 Manhattan Elevated 155V4 324 95)6 66)4 155)4 Maryland Coal 13 Memphis & Charleston 57 1!) 68 Oil 68; :n Michigan Central MM Mil.. L. Shore & Western 88 Mil., L. Shore & W. pfd 110M Minn. & St.Louis 20 20)4 dinn. & St. Louis Dfd 44X6 Missouri Fee 10K1 108 17 Mobile & Ohio 16 Morris & Essex 137 Nashville & Chattanooga 85)6 138 ee 15 .ew uvu. ................. 13 Sew jersey Central 73J New York Central 112 New York S. New Eng 64i S. Y.. Sjuso. s. West 12J$ S.Y Susa. & West pfd 38W 73)4 112 64)4 13 37 N. Y., C. & St Louis 19 19 n Y.. C. s. at. Louis of d 3114 31 22 Norfolk: Western 214 .orioii west pro. bo Northern Pacific 289i 50)4 60H Northern Pacific pfd 60 Northwest 120& Northwest pfd 147 Oil Certificates 63 121 148 63 Mi Ohio & Mississippi 81)3 31 18 Ontario X Western 18)$ Omana 51 Omaha pfd 112)2 113 Orecon Navigation 103 io-j)4 Oregon Transcontinental 33) Pacific Mail 55)5 Peoria. D. and Evansvilie 35 3JM 55)4 35) 152 39)4 Pullman Car Co 152 Reading 39 Kicnmond & West Point 41)4 Rock Island 125 41)4 17 San Francisco 33 Kan Francisco pfd 69)4 33M Ban i- ranciseo 1st pru 1'4)6 St. Paul 92)4 St. Paul pfd 121)4 St. Paul and M 117 115 928 JS2 117)4 62 8t. Paul & Duluth 63 St. Paul & Duluth pfd 108 11W Texas Pacific 23W 29 Union Pacific 61 Wabash I99g 01 ia?4 33)4 waoasn I'm o3)s Western Union Tel 76)4 7tH Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows: Firsts ...us all9 Grants 10)49l03 r uuua 11544all7 Centrals 117 allTM Government bonds closed as follows: O. S. New 8's 9954 4)48, '91 reg 20932al:0U 4)4s, '91 coup :09all0) to, . 1 , reg ... JvnaiMtf 4s, 1907, coup :28isal28 Currency 6s, '95 126)4 .. Currency 6s, '96 :29)4 . . Currency 6s. '97 1 32 Currency 6s, '98. 13434 . . Currency 6s. '99. 137 Chicago Grain and Prevision Market. Oleeiug quotations Reported over Private Wires to Edwin Rowo dc Co., Commission Mc-r- ahanta, 403 New York Produce Exchange, Nev York. The following shows the quotations at 1 P. M (OhioBgo time) for the past three days: Mar. 30. Mar. 31. April. 1 f Apr 77)4 78 May 82 83)4 I June 80)1 81 77J4 83 S9J4 Wheat fApr. .... 34 84 .... 3!)Vi 40 Corn May.. Uune 43)4 44 (Apr (May 21.00 21.00 I June 21.00 21.00 (Apr 7.37)4 7.35 Slay 7.45 7.44)4 I June 7.50 7.40 Pork 31.00 21.00 7.25 7.25 Lard 7.42)4 mxitSbie MORTGAGE DDMEANY. CAPITAL, - - $600,000 DEBENTURES Aim Guaranteed Farm Mortgages OFFinHA RBPEREIVCKH. If KW YORK, S0e Brottdwmr. Ffnt N.t. Bulk, NEW TORX. Boaloa Nat. B.nk. BOSTON. PHILADELPHIA, 11, S. U Sft. ANSAS CITY, 1th A rl. SU. Till 2T.I. Bk., PHILADELPHIA. Am. U, KANSAS OOT for rates of interests sad full information 6END FOR PAMPHLET. J. A. PRESTON, 787 Chapel Street, NEW HAVEN. INVESTORS Can be Supplied with Mortgages From 200 to $3,000 each. DEBENTURE BONDS From $100 to $1,000 each. Btjrltnqton, Vt., Sept. 7, 1886. 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 arge business with the Equitable Mortgage Com pany of Kansas 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, JalOdaw Vice President Burlington Trust Co. Bonis anfl stocks for Sale $3,000 Western Union Telegraph 7s. 16 shares Fairfield County National Bank, walk. $15,000 N. Y.. N. H. & H. 1st mortgage 4s. 25,000 Mahoning Coal RR. 6s, guaranteed. $4,000 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy RR. 5s. 50 shares Danbury & Norwalk KR. to shares Naugatuck Railroad. 0 Shares Detroit, Hillsdale & Southwestern 7 000 Chinum Northwest. 1st 7s of 1911. Nor- RR, $1,000 Metropolitan Elevated RR. 1st 6 per cent. 94,uw Kortnern racinc xerumuu is. o ier wdu Western Farm Lotnt, principal and Interest guaranteed. W.T. HATCH & SONS, RANKERS. W. IS. 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 THE CITIZENS' GAS LIGHT CO. OF Westchester County, fi. Y. The territory covered by this company braces five of the most rapidli y growing suburbs of the city. Now The Time To Speculate, A CTIVE FLUCTUATIONS in the market offer V opportunities to speculators to make money in Grain. Stocks, Bonds and Petroleum. Prompt personal attention given to oraere receivea oy wire or mail. Correspondence solicited. Full informs tion about the markets in our book, which will be forwarded free on application. j n 38 Broad and &l New Streets, New York City deaodawly SALE EXTRAORDINARY ! -OF- SUITS and SPRING OVERCOATS Carried from our wholesale stock of last season. A BLUE BONANZA FOR THIS WEEK. Five Hundred. Yes'SOO, Men's Suits, full weight and all Bizes, from dd to 44. JLvery suit warranted pnre Indigo and fast color and considered by many to be as good as the "Middlesex." WE SHALL SELL FOB $6 SO PER SUIT. We want you to look at these Suits, gentlemen; We want you to examine these Suits; We want you to test these Suits, with muriatic acid or nitric acid if you wish. They will stand every test that can be applied to them. The buttons on the coats and vests are secured with rings, so that they can be readily changed, and the suits converted into uniforms for Firemen, Railroad Men, Band Men, or members of the G. A. E. Regular these Suits sell for $12.00, and at $10.00 they are always considered low. One of onr big show windows will be filled Monday and the balance of this week with nothing but member, is out $b.ou. we nave tnem in all sizes, and we warrant every suit full indi go and fast color. Thirty days hence yon would jump at a chance to buy one of these snits tor ten dollars. L.ot 3. lOO Men's strletly all wool Une of the best wearing suits in our stock, and a style that always looks well, a small darK cnecg, we snail e lose lor yo.au. a full lot and all sizes from 33 to 43. At $12 these suits would be a bargain. Lot 3. The Bedford and Sawyer Are among the best goods made up. Regular they sell in Men s and Young Men's Suits for $16 and $18. To close several big lots carried from last season, we shall sel llirm for $8.50. Read the price again : Eight dollars and fifty cents for Men's all wool and silk mixed Suits, made from the Bedford and Sawyer Cassi meres. The styles and patterns are good and we offer Lot 4. The Greatest Bargains of Youths' Suits we have marked fifty-eight styles and patterns at these prices, and among them are many of the finest and best suits we ever made up. With the exceptions of perhaps half a dozen lots, they have not before been shown or offered for sale, having been made late last season and held in our Boston house until the present time. There's a great variety of pat terns in these 58 lots at $10.00 and $12.00, Light, dark and medium shades; Some plaids, some checks, some black corkscrews, pome silk mixtures, some plain colors, and they are all suits that were made to sell for $20.00, $22.00 and $25.00. We warrant every suit and every garment perfect and tion that you or anyone can raise to any made last season. L.ot 5. Next we offer you the "Putnam" Sprlnsr Overcoats. Everybody knows the Putnams- They are the best medium priced all wool aDd silk mixed goods made. At $15 "Putnams" are considered cheap, and they unquestionably are cheap at this price, nevertheless we shall sell two lots, one a light color, the other dark, at $7.SO, JUST HALF PRICE. The patterns are identically the same as the new lots. They are as well made, as well trimmed and as perfect fitting as any line of Spring Overcoats wo ever sold. Look at them, gentlemen, and let ns know vorRopin ion. We think them wonderful. Lot 6 200 Children's all wool Sizes 4 to 12 years, medium weight, and very desirable style, cloth made by the "Star" Woolen Mills, we shall SELL FOR 2.50 PER SUIT. Every suit is worth $5.00, aud we guarantee that suits of this quality are not sold lower than $5.00 In New Haven, New York or Boston. Let 7. 160 Children's all wool Cheviot Suits, Sizes 4 to la; 4 to 1U plaited, 11 and 12 made plain, at $3,30 FEB SUIT. A fair valua tion to put these on suits would be $6.50. They are twilled goods, very strong and dur able, a dark mixture, and the price $3.50, represents but little more than one-half their value. Lot 8. 2,000 pairs of Children's Sizes 4 to 11 years, price last season 50 cents. We shall close at 25 CENTS PER PAIR. Thelols herein advertised are but a small nart of the entire of feringrs, hut they will give you some idea of the prices at which we shall dipose of this stock, comprising as it doss the balance of our wholesale and retail stocks carried from last season, Men's, Boys' and Children's, and being sold, as it will be, at a reduction of about one-half, purchasers will find no difficult) in getting- fitted, and that, too. at much lower prices than have ever been named iu Hew Hbven or fjonnecticut. The quantity of goods offered is large, but at the price, buyers will not be wanting. An necessary if you would derive the full benefit of C. E. LONGLEY & CO. 101, 103, 105 CHURCH STREET, NEW HAVEN, CONN. Largest Clothing House in Connecticut. CROSBY'S COLD AND CATARRH CURE Is the prescription of a physician who for over 50 Catarrh. Cold in the Head, Hav Fever, Bronchitis, used with comfort on the most tender infant. F. not kevt bv dni?wt c n be sent bv mail 60c. ART WALL PAPER STORE, S60CHAPEL. (Spring 1SS7.) JBLIfl COR. YORK. To the public in ereneral as well as my former patrons At the above stores vou can see and invest in the finest hues of Wall Papers and Decorations. You can alo find the medium and the most inexpen sive grades of Wall Papers and Decorations in almost end lees variety, as the eye forms its own beauty (in decorations). I propose to suit all, and have you waited on skillfully and courteously. Among those who will wait on you will be Mr. I. M. Bliss, formerly with Mr. F. A. Gilbert, who sha'l be pleased to wait on those who he has waited on before. P. S Paiutiner. Decoratine. Kalsominmer. Grain enced help. AH orders executed promptly. Telephone connection. gAticatxoti. European School of Languages, OF NEW HAVEN. (Palladium Building.) French, German, Italian, Spanish, By Native: Teachers. Also Greek and Litin. For further particulars apply on Tuesdays, from 4 to 6, and Saturd ys from 1 to 5 to the principal. ja!7 6m 99 Orange street. Room 9. For Young Ladies aptd Young Men. In Session flay and Evening uoodPay Ins positions necured competent eradaatei. SPRINGTERM COIQiHENCES APRIt. Send or call for list of graduates and circulars. rohS i m Over 46, 45 and 50 Church Street. Thorough practical Commercial Training for Young Men and Ladies. One year, or unlimited scholarship $00, including all expenses. Bix months $40. Three months $35. Penmanship, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic, Business Forms, Correspondence, Commercial Law. Bank ing, Finance, &c, taught separately if desired. SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING Good po sitions to competent graduates. Practical merchandise and produce department govern ea oy aaiiy quotations. Day and evening sessions begin September 6th. tjan ror circmar. au1R ELASTIC HOSE Having Increased our facilities for the manu facture of ELASTIC GOODS We are able to fnrnish without delay, made to measure of the BEST IMPORTED STOCK, FRESH FROM OUR OWN LOOMS ELASTIC STOCKINGS, KNEE CAPS, ANKLETS, AND WRISTLETS, &c, FOR THE SUPPORT OF Varicose Veins, Swollen Linibft, Weak Knees or Sprained Joints. WE ALSO MAKE THE SILK ELASTIC BELT For the relief of Corpuleney, and which is an Abdominal Supporter, is the most comfort able article of the kind ever offered. Physicians and Druggists supplied with any grade of the above goods at i BOTTOM PRICES. E. X,. WASHBURN 84 CHURCH STREET, 61 CENTER STREET. New Ilavcn, Conn. lotlxtug. Indigo Blue Ponloosuc Flannel these Blua Suits; Our prices for these re Cheviot Snl's. Our price, remember, is but $6.50. all wool Casslmeres. them in all sizes from 33 to 42. all arc the Magnificent Men's and down to St and 812. No fewer than right in every wav. The only possible obiec of these suits is the simple fact that they were Plaited Blouse Suits, Pants, we have advertised this sale extensively and. early selection is advisable and absolutely this most extraordinary sale. years has been most successful in the treatment of etc. Thoueh active in its curative effects, it may be CROSBY CO., 56 West 25th St., New York. When jpfSeodtf BROADWAY PAPER STORE. ine. Gildin&r. Glazin&r. etc.. etc.. done bv exneri- HARDWOOD MANTELS MINTON TILES. We have taken the 3NTotw Store No. 16 Crown Street, Where we have on exhibition a large assort ment of Mantels and Tiles of new and ele gant designs at the lowest possible prices. Call and Examine. GEORGES. ARNOLD, 2236 to 24 STATE STREET, And 16 Crown Street. mhS9 The Crane and Franklin Store Company, S33 Chapel Street. NEXT DOOB TO M'lKTYRE, If AGU1RK CO.'S. OIL STOVES REFRIGERATORS. CHEAP LUMBER. Yellow Pine. Carolina Pine. Flooring, Ceiling, Timber and Scantling, 2x4, 3x4, 4x4, 4x6, 6x6, &c, Cheaper Than Spruce, aud the best for general use. Very superior lum' ber for buildiug seashore cottages. H. W. STOW, Foot of Chapel Street, mhl7tf SriBBBB 3T1. A iiig Drive. Just Received Fine Key West Cigars ! Right colors that we will sell at Per Soss: ! HO Clears in a Box. These are actually a 1 Oe Clear, and are very HENRY GOODMAN & SON, Wine Dealers, 160-162 Crown St., SEW IIAVE1W. COSS. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, 4o., I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary In South America. Send a self -ad 3 ressod envelope to the REV. JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station D, New York Cira segleodawly. - Square Cheese. rpHB first of the season. There is no better A Cheese made in America. ' K.K.HALL4 80N. New York, New Haven dfc Hart ford R. R.i Nov. 22, 1SSO. TRAINS LEAVE NEW HAVEN AS FOLLOW8 : FOR NEW YORK 3:5o Idailv except jnonaav). 4:38, 4:40,5:15,to:so,to:3u,v:3u b:iu, o:i, :, 10:40, tll:50 a.m., (1:40 p. m way train to Stam ford), 1:30, 2:40, 3:50, 4:00, 5:00, 5:40, 6:15 milk train with rtaRS. accommodation wav to Harlem River. 7.00, (7:30 way te Bridgeport) .:;, iu:l3pm., ounoays, -3:00, o:uu a. 111, , ...,u, u.w, u.m, - 1 .w, i.&v. u.uu in, WASHINGTON NIGHT EXPRESS VIA HART .EM HIVKH l.MVMiln:H rj. m. aauv. stone al Milford, Bridgeport. South Norwalk and Stam ford. FOR BOSTON VIA 8PRINOFTELD 1:02 night, 6:sa, s:uo, '11:05 a. m., "1:10, 3:12, -o:aj p. m. FOR BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PEOVI. DENCE 1:30 a. m., 10:30a. m., fast express 4:00 d. m. Fast Express. Sundays l:30a. m. tl2:35 noon. Newport Express trains 10:30 a. til. ,4:000. m. FOR BOSTON VIA HARTFORD AND N. T 6t N. E. R. R 2:30 a. m. daily. FOR BOSTON Via Air Line and N. Y. N. E. B, R. 8.05 a. m., 1.35 p. m., "5.05 p. m. fast express. Sundays 5:05 p. m. FOR HARTFORD. SPRINGFIELD AND MERIDKN ETC. 12:15 nigM, 1:02 night, ('3:30 a. m Jo artrora,) 0:52, s:w, tiu:2, ji:u3. 13:10 noon, 1:16, 3:12, 5:07 (5:55 to Hartfora,. era, a-.ix, :45 p. m. bun days 1:02 night. 4:35 a m. 6:26 p. m. FOR NEW LONDON, ETC 1:30 Bight, 8:08, 10:30. 11:05 a. m., 4:00, 4:20, 6:18, (9:85 p. m. way to Guilford goes no farther.) Sundays 12:25 noon. l:30nishr- V1A B. & N. Y. AIR LINE DIVISION for Middle- town, vvuiunantic. Etc. Leave New Haven for all stations at 6:05 a.m.,l:25,5:05, 6:15 p.m. Sun days, 5:05 p. m. Connect at Middletown with Conn. Valley R. K.. and at WiUimantic with N. Y. & N. E. aad N. L. & N. B. R., at Turnerville with Colchester Branch. Trains arrive In New Haven at 8:15 a m., - :22, 6:55, 8:55 p. m. O. M. 8IIEPARD, General Superintendent Express trains, t Local Express. New Haven dc Nortbamnion R. II Trains leave New Haven at 7:15 and 11 :04 a.m. and 4:00 p m. for North Adams. Turners Falls, Williamsburg, Holyoke and New Hartford, and in termediate points. At 6:25 p. m. for Williamsburg ana points tnis siae. Trains arrive trom Williamsburg at 9:!7 a. m.. and trom ortb Adams at 1:23, 4:50 and 8:S8 p. m. ESmall time tables at all stations- EDWAK1) A. KAY, G. T. A. New Haven, February 18, 1887. New Haven and Derby Railroad XTain Arrangement commencing June 14, looo, LEAVE NEW HAVEN At 7:00 and 9:52 a. m.. 1:30. 3:20, 5:45, 7:05 p. m. oacuraays ac ii:uu p. m. LEAVE ANSON1A At 6:35. 9:65 and 11:40 a. .n.. 1:00. 3:30 and 6:45 r. Connections are made at Ansouia with passenger trains of the Naueratuck railroad, and at New Haven with the principal trains of other roads centering snere. p.. a. yui.vi aui, sup'c Now Haven, June 14. 1886. NaugatucK Raiiroaa. COMMENCING DEO. 20th. 1886. trains Ifcav New Haven via N H. & D. B. B., connecting litb Linn nnu fil 7:00 a.m. Oocnectint? at Atiflnnia with rjasafinge- train for Waterbury, Litchfield and Win. sted. 9:52 a. m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown Litchfleid. Winsted. 8:15 p. in. Connecting at Atisonia with passenger train for Waterburv and Watertown. 5:45 p.m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown, ijiccnueia, wmstea. 7:05 p. m. Connecting at Anaemia for Waterbury. FOR NEW HAV EN Trains leave Winsted: 7:13 a. in., 1:20 p. m., with through car, aud at 4:38 p. m TKAlBSLEiVE W ATtKB S B ; At 5:30 a.m, 8:26 a. m., through car, 10:50 a. m. 2:42 p. m, buruuKii car, o.oa p. m. GEORGE W. BEACH Supt. Bridgeport. Pee. 18. 1H86. NEW HAVEN COMPANY, ORANGE STREET. hi OF FINE CARPETS -AND- SMYRNA RUGS. Call and Examine Them, DRAPERIES Of every description. Larger stock than ever before. New and Handsome Patterns FLORENTINE SILKS For Sasli Curtains Just Received Plushes, Linen Velours, Felts, &c. 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Leave New Haven, from Btartn's Dock, at 10:15 o'clock n m tv,. JOHN U. 8TA.BIN, Captain McAlister, every Sun day. Tuesday and Thursday. The EHA8TUS CORNING, Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Returning, leave New York from Pier 18, foot of Courtland street, at 9 p. m . the Starin every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, the Corning every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The only Sunday night boat from New York. Fare, with berth in cabin, $1 ; stateroom $1. Ex cursion tickets $1.50. rte stage leaves the depot on arrival of Hart ford train, and from corner Church and Chape streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 o'clock p. m. ncKets ana staterooms can he purchased of the Downes News Co., 869 Chapel street. Peck 4 Bishoo 702 Chapel street, and at the Tontine Retel . , u. M. CONKLIN, Agent, 3V' New Haven. Conn. ANCHOR LINE. Atlantic Sxpnm service. LIVKRPIHtL TlaQDEENtrOWN. Steamship "CITY OF ROME" from New York Wednesday, A pril 27. May 25, June 83, July SO Larges aDd finest passenger steamer afloat Saloon passage $f 0 to $100. Second-class S30 (ilAStOW SERVICE. Steamers every Saturday from New York to ;lasgow and Londonderry. Cabin passage to Glasgow, Londonderry, Liverpoo or Belfast $M and $60. Second class $30. Steerage, outward or prepaid, either service. $20. Saloon, excursion tickets at reduced rates. Travelers' circular letters of credit and drafts for any amount issued at lowest current rates. For books of tours, ticket or further information apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, New York, or William Fitzpatrick. 763 Grand avenue, or G. M. Downes & Son, 851 Chapel street, New Haven. mh-24 3m vavisians, z. "Sxjt-rrcb Pure Salt It is a well known fact That Impure Salt is very injurious to health. Or dinary Salt contains more or leas lime, magnesia and other impurities which occasion stone in the bladder and other painful diseases. Now as Salt enters into the makeup of almost everything weeat it becomes essential that a perfectly pure article should be used. J). M. Welch & Son have experi mented on a great many kinds of Salt, and have at last found one on which they can place their name and guarantee as a perfectly pure Salt. This Bait is put up by them under the Star Brand, (Trade Mark patented), in linen bags, at 5c, 10c and 15c per bag, and in paper boxes at 5c each. The 15c bags contai n nearly a peck. It will be seen that this Salt costs no more than ordinary Salt, and after once using you will have no other. Be sure and call for and see that you get the Star Brand. Put up only by D. M. WELCH & SON, New Haven, Fair Haven and Birmingham, Conn, febl" 3mos A Small Lot of NICE SMALL TUKKEYS, Full Dressed, at 16c a pound, I.. SCHONB EKGKR'S, Nos. 1. a. 3 Central Market. Congress ave. SHEIFFKLE'S. Spring Lamb. Spring Chicken. PHILADELPHIA CAPONS. Singed Wiltshire Ham and Bacon. Breakfast Radishes. Telephone, JACOB F. SHEIFFELE, 409 State Street, near Court. NOTE! Onr ReHoi ii Prices V?l pounds best Granulated Sugar $1. 17 pounds Granulated Sugar $1. 3 pounds extra fine Prunes -5c. 6 pounds Laundry Starch 25c. 5 pounds box dry Cod 35c. 1$ pound box Epps' C ,coa 20c. J$ pound box Baker's Cocoa 24c. J pound box Baker's Chocolate 190, English Jams, 1 pound jars, 20c. 1 quart Canary Seed 10c. 1 bushel Potatoes 70c. 1 8 barrel Win Favor Flour 75c. A. M. FOOTE, 458 STATE STREET, Between Court and Elm Streets. Ouilford Clams. Salmon, Halibut, Red Snappers. JS4SS, Weft port Smell. Perch, &.C., at A. FOOTE & CO.'S, 883 STATU ST. Litchfield County Poultry 1 Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks. Prime Beef, Mutton. Lamb, Veal, Freeh Pork Pork Tendt-rloins. JTull Dressed Chickens 15c per pound. Nice Full Dressed rurkeys 18c per pound. Fine White Celery 13c per bunch, two bunches for 25c. Spinnach. Lettuce, Cauliflower. Bananas, Oranges, Lemons, Cranberries, Malaga Grapes, Catawba Grapes. Stony Creek, Rockoway and Lighthouse oysters Opened to order. W. D. JUDSOff, 505 AND 507 STATE STREET. Choice Poultry, Meats and Veg etables. A Full Line of Best Groceries. Floor, Teas, Coffees, Apices. The best store in the city to trade. THOMAS KELLY'S, SIS Slate Street, Corner of Pearl. All orders promptly attended to and goods deliv ered in any part of the city. mh7 Fine Fresh Eggs. We receive to day 1 ,000 dozen line, fresh country Eggs, which we shall sell at 17c dozen, and guaran tee every egg perfectly fresh. Fresh barreled Eggs at 16c dozen. 25 tubs of fine Elgin Creamery at only SZC per pound. This is the finest Butter we have had this year. Very nice table Butter 25 and 28c pound. Fine Fresh Spinach and Kale received this mora ing. Finest White Clover Honey 10c pound. Fine new dark kidney Beans 5c quart. Florida Oranges. We receive direct from Florida 50 boxes extra fine Oranges, which we shall sell at only 25c per dozen. The above is a bargain in oranges. Fine Oranges for cutting up 12c dozen good size. Fine sweet Havanas at 18c dozen. Fancv Pineapple Cheese 16c pound. Now don't forget our fine Old Government Java Coffee at only 25c pound; pleases everybody. New Maple Sugar 13c pound. New Maple Syrup 96c gallon can. We sell you everything way down in price. D M. WELCH & SON. 38 and 30 Congress Ave. Branch No. S Grand St. TELEPHONE. THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS. Fresh Eggs, warranted, 17c, 8 doz for $1. 4 lbs fine table but er f 1. 20 lbs Carolina rice $1. 35 bars goo.i laundry soap $1. 20 lbs C sugar $1. 15 lbs French prunes $1. Pillsbury's best flour $5.75 per bbl. 12 lbs lard Si. Cookin. raisins 8c per lb. Boiled white oats 10c per pkg. Canned salmon 13c, 2 for 25c. Sweet corn !0c per can. String beans 10c per can. Maple sugar 12c per lb. Lemons 15c per doz Oranges 12c per doz. Excellent cider 25c a gal. God Java coffee 25c per lb. A fine Japan tea 50c per lb. Extra nice lot of potatoes, smooth and large, 65c per bu. Yellow turnips 40c per bu. Full line of fresh and salt rm-ata. Fresh poultry latter part of the week. JT. II. KEARVEY, ELM CITY CASH grocery, 74 and 76 Congress Avenue, Cor ner Hill Street. Union and Register copy. JUST RECEIVED 1 bbl. only extra fine small white Block Island codfish. Fresh Bahy Pretzels. Extra choice new crop Porto Rico molasses, oranges. Fresh fruit Fio- i.ius, uavanas, Valencia and Hessinas. Fresh Neufchatel cliee-e. Etra An old cheese. Cooper & Aicli, 378 State Street. oaUl it bii PMomo Tuagai.