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March 12, 1888.
special Mottjcea. ANNOUNCEMENT , FROM MOISTSON & CARPENTER. WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF LACE CURTAINS AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS Which we wish to close oat at once, and in order to do bo, have made , Great Redaction In Price. We offer fall leocrth White Tambourd Lace Curtains at 16 a nair. which have sold read' ily at $9.50; also at $8.50, former price $10; at is; at f 13.0U, former price $17; at ?ltf, former former price $33. 1 Ecru Tambonrd Lace Curtains at $7.50 a price 914.SU; at J13, former price JIB; at $14, r. fiv.ou, former price $44.oU; at $l.oU, former price We offer a few pairs of Dachess Point Lace Curtains at $50 a pair, reduced from $65. - Etamine Cnrtains at $10, reduced from $12.50. Ecru Batiste Cnrtains at $9.50, reduced from $13.50. Antique Lace Cnrtains at $7 and $9 a pair. Guipure Lace Curtains at $5, $6.50 and $7 a pair. White and Ecru Nottingham Lace Curtains from $1.25 to $5 a pair. We offer all our Chenille Fortiers at $5.50 each, reduced from $10.50. We offer one Antlcme Lace Bed Set at 15. reduced from 419.50. Fancy China Silk for Draperies, etc., reduced in price 85c to 75c, $1 to 85o, $1.25 to 91 a yara. A good opportunity to buy Housefurnishings Soaps la Glass. Green Turtle. Mock Turtle, Ox Tail, Consomme, Chicken, Okra. All of the above named in tin, put up by Hucklna. Choice Teas. High Grades of Coffee. Pare Spices. JOHNSON & BRO., 411413 :ar Callfor: nla. Fruits In 3-lb. State Street, Cams. White Cherries, Yellow Peaches, Apricots, Green Gage Plums, 1 Ere Plums, . Barlett Pears. greater assortment of above named In g' ass. In Ol ass. French, very email Peas. French Btringless Beans, French Mushrooms, French Asparagus. All in tin. Paper Bag and Envelope Manufacturer, Printer and Bookbinder. 4945, 497, 499 AND SOI STATE STREET. As I am about 'to retire from the Fancy Notion Business, I offer during February and tf arch all my Fancy and Ornamental Goods at Cost. They consist in part of the following: Brass Goods. . Bronze Goods, Table Cutlery, Glassware, Plush Goods, Cigar Cases, W. F. GILBERT, 65 CHURCH STREET, opposite P. O . 79 to 89 RAILROAD AVENUE. Society nail to Rent. -WjlLxa' Hall, 852 Chapel street, Monday, Tuesday sJ and Sunday mgnis. Tnnuire of Ja26tf FRED QTJINTARD. Kaat Rock dine. PECIAL excursions made for parties to suit m any direction, farcies or six or uu iiuui alitv to East Rock Summit will be called tor atocali uuileftlnanv oart of the city at usual fare W cents round trip. Ask for cards of Information at Klock's drug store, corner of Church and Chapel "feb?" W. H. rXjraLE.'Proprietor. BATH BRUSHES, SUA VINO BRUSHES, Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, In great variety. OUR DRIVE THIS WEEK. 40-CBNT BATH BRUSH. "TCBI-YIJITI" TOOTH BRUSH. Chas. W. Whittlesey &.Co.f DRUGGISTS, 744 CHAPEL STREET, ELGIN BUTTER, In nice packages of five pounds each, put up for ur family trade. Also in pots of one pound each, from Avon Creamery. No better is made in the eountrj & B. F. BROCKET!", Soccessob to F. A. GILBERT. House Patating, Paper Hanging, Kalsomlning, Graining, Interior Decorating and Orna mnntAl Paintinfir. f?rrienCed Wrkme!'?-PORiKSTREF.T. $15.00 Will buy a large size second-hand Richardson & Boynton set furnace. Inquire at this office. jl8 tf Florida Guava Jelly IN class jam New season's packing. " J EDW. E. HALL & SON, 77U unapei Btreet. K ARE OLD HOOKS and Music. A run line o J. B. Alden's pul lieations. School Books, new and second hand. , look in, dar or. evening, at toe Center street Bookstore. o29satamotr INFANTILE SKIN DISEASES. Our oldest child, now six years of age, when an - nfant six montns oui kbm aiu.w .i malignant skin disease.. All ordinarv remedies falling, we called our family physician, who at tempted to cure it; but it spread with almost in credible rapidity, until the lower portion of the lit tle fellow's person, from the middle of his back down so his knees, was one solid rash, ugly, painful, blotched and malicious. We had no rest at night,no neace by day. Finally we were advised to try the Cubcura Remedies. The effect was simply marvel lous. In three or four weeks a complete cure was wrought, leaving the little fellow's person as white and healthy as though he had never been attacked. In mv eoinion your valuable remedies saved his Ufa. and" to-day he is a strong.healtby child.perfect ly well, no repetition of his disease having ever oc- cumd GEO. . HALL ill Att'y at Law and Ex-Pros. Att'y, Ashland, O Reterenoe: J. G. Weist, Druggist, Ashland, O THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN Are born into the world every day with soma ecze matioa affection, such ai milk crust, scald bead, curt or dandruff, sure to develop into an agonizing access, the itching, burning and disflauration of which makes life a prolonged torture unless proper lv trotewl A warm bath with Cuticura Soap, an exquisite akin beautifler,and a single application of Cuticura, cfct great skin cure, with a little Cuticura Resolv ent the new blood purifier, are often sufficient to arrest the progress of the disease and point to a ueedy and permanent cure. Hnce no mother who loves her children, who takes pride in their beauty, purity and health, and la bestowing upon them a child's greatest inheri tance a skin without a blemish and a body nour ished by pure blood should fail to make trial of thm Cuticura Remedies. Bold everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 50c; Soap 25c; Resolvent, SI. Prepared by the Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Boston, Mass. I-Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases," 64 pages, to Illustrations, and 100 testimonials. II I OV'C Skin and scalp preserved and beautified PHD I O by Cuticura meoieai soap. HflW MY SIDE ACHES! ii,hin. iMfwnnd back. hiD. kidney and uterine pains, rheumatic, sciatic, neuralgic, k.h.m anH ahnnt.iner iiaias relieved in IW...tiniitliT the CotlcnraAntl- M a wur. The first and only pain-Killing plaster. 25 c-nts. than any other made In EUROPE or AMERICA, BECAUSE IT J8 THE ONLY CORSET EVER MADE . will rmdua th tiz and Increase the 1st, I length of the waist of FtasHT Lauizs tttlOut injurious tight lacing. 2d, 3d, enlst. IT IS THE BEST SPINAL SUPPORTER "ever made, and it supports equally well tha I abdomen and all other parts of the 0007, 3 IT IS PROOF AGAINST PliKa-JltA J- iu. IHll and moisture. Will neUJur torroat or U la j toll th$ underwear, stretch or break at the ejalst. The bones never move or come out in wear. 4tli,; IT NEVER CHANGES ITS FORM, always retaining Its original shape ; it is I invalaable to voting ladies, because it re- mama and nrevents stooping uu umuura. sieves an 5tb,i THIS CORSET MUST nor an muKu than t inch mailer than tbe size of your t mailt when measured tightly over your it ma ordered Coriet Maker can make one to order (at anf price) that will fit as well, or with, aa much ease and comfort, or give such a Biagnincent form. tS'SSFSt OF WILES CO.. H. Yn SFBS. K est la stock ud reramraended by lai nn tllntA PhllMeiPl ' ianrit mm Ajrencr of til WHY HMilAJESTY'S S CORSET BETTER special Uoiices. $9, former prioe $11; at $10.50, former price price $23; at $22, former price fzs.ou; at ?zo, pair, which are cheap at $9; at $11.50, former former price $17.GU; at $15,former price isio.ou; at Greatly Reduced Prioes. Ti?:cua3g3'g Cheese. trair full Praam Factory. hard to eaual. Eneliah Dairy, 3 years old Factory. French Roquefort, Von Bos sem's Edam. Sapsaeo. uratea rarmesau. Neufchatel. Very old Brandy Cheese. Cor. Court. Choicest Olive Oil. Potted Yarmouth Bloaters. Anchovy Paste. Essence Anchovies. Harvey's Sauce. Walnut Catsup. Mushroom Catsup. Oueen Olives in 2 quart jars for $1. The price Is very low. Pitchers, umpreiia acanas, Silver Plated Ware, Hand Bags, Ink Stands, Mirrors, etc. loajjjft irotf Scorns. Board and Rooms. MA PRIVATE family offers delightfully large and pleasant rooms, with board, for a gentleman and wife, or for a family of adults. Address P. O. BOX 1,475. ftf . totals. HOTEL DEVONSHIRE. 42D STREET, NEW YORK. Opposite Grand Central Depot ADJOINING LINCOLN BANK. fta Rooms from SO cents upwards. Elegant "suits for lamilies. Restaurant first-class at iiLmoderate prices. Baggage to and from de pot free. 8. I H A8 ST. tf meal Estate. 7 FOR RENT. FARM 850 acres, with stock and tools; .would lease for term of years on shares to the right man. GEORGE A. I SB E till. fl8 787 Chapel Street. FOR RENT. M&k A HOUSE of five rooms, Hughes avenue, lliiil Annex. CilJL MEJtWIN'B REAL ESTATE OFFICE, dleodtf 759 Chapel street. FOR BEST, . TENEMENT of 4 rooms, April 1st; lower floor; rear Dart of house 194 Orange street; .side entrance; set range, set tubs, bathroom, Price 812.50 per month. Inquire at m"eod3t 58 WHALLEY AVENUE. For Sale In East Haven. HOUSE of eight rooms, barn and three acres pf land. About ton minutes' walk from the churches and a shortwalk from railroad station. Will be soli at a low figure. Call at R. E. BALDWIN'S Real Estate Agency, 818 Chapel Bt. f24 daw A Few Hundred Dollars Will Se cure a Good Home. 4Ma ONE-FAMILY HOUSE, 200 Atwater street. gWIsi House and barn, 29 Auburn street. Two-fam. Egr.nl "r house. No. 11 Clay street. Two-family house, 460 Orchard street. All to be sold low if sold within ten days. Also for rent, first floor 78 Wool Bey street; first floor 10 Newhall street; 115 Portsea street; 121 Portsea street; 310 Congress avenue.aad . second floor 29 Auburn street. I A... ITI. HOLMEs, HOUSE MOVER, OFFICE 69 CHURCH STREET. ol5 FOR RENT. A BARN with 3 stallB and caniaire shed. Inquire on the premises I v.. -t ana nmt)WT onmwwn FOR SALE. tA valuable property on Orange street. Lot 181x260. Houses large. Lot well stocked with fruit. Can be boueht at a bargain. $5,000 wanted on good real estate. Security 6 per cent. MERWIN'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE, 759 Chapel Street. WESTERN AND SOUTHERN Farm Mortgages For Sale. LARGE SECURITY. Prompt payment of principal and interest. 7 and 8 per cent, interest. Money to Loan at 5 per cent. Houses for sale in all parts of the city Houses and tenements everywhere. Horace P. Hoadley, nOADLEI BUILDING. Open Evenings. FOR RENT. J&h. TWO central flats with all modern im AULprovementa. Also a small house at Oyster Point. JOHN T. SLOAN.. 838 Chapel Street. nS Ojwn evenings. A WIDE AWAKE SCHOOL Full of Dusb. enenrv. and reliable, with a hieh standing among business men, id the one for young laaies anu young men to atxena. sucn is uaney n Select School of Shorthand and Typewritine per manently established at 49 Church street. In ses sion daily and Mondar. Wednesday and Friday ere- mnes tor tne benettc of tnose wno are employed days We are alive to the interests of our pupils and spare no pains or expense in giving them the best instruction and securing thffh good positions when they become competent. Pupils can enter at any time and new enes are entering every wees', taking; the places of those going out to positions. Call or send for interesting catalogue. Inatruc tion by mail to those living out of the city. NOTICE. Special Town Meeting:. A SPECIAL TOWN MEETING of the Town of New Bavin will be held on Thursday, the 15th day of March, A. D. 1888, at R"oms 10 and 11 City Hall at 3 o'clock p.m.. for the following purpose. to wit: To consider the petition of many ciiizeuv orthe Town of New fiaven for the appropriation of the sum of Two Thousand ($8,000) Dollars in addi tion to the sum of One Theusand (81.000) Dollars al- reaay voceu to uerray tne expenses or ceieoraung the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary ef the set tlement of the town. JAMES REYNOLDS, ERNEST KLENKE, Board of EDWIN W. COOPER. GKOROE M. WHITE, Selectmen ALFRED HUGHES, J Dated New Haven. March 9. 1868. mlO 5t CORNELIA M. La PARS BAHTON vs. VALENTIN K H. BARTON. I Superior Court, New Haven County, March' 8, 1888. Order That this case be continued until the first I llfl I'l.llHT 1 UH uiv unuA. Tuesday in May, 18S8, and that further notice of the nencencv mereoi u- irivru uy uuuiiauiuK iwe in New Haven Journal and Courier, a newspaper published in New Haven, once a week, three weeks Successively, lliniinnvma w w w.w, b or Marcn, lsew. By order ef the court. , , m9 8t JNO. INGERSOLL, Clerk. ;U h u OOLD LEAF." N. Y. Hibild. Useful i-i eTorr HOME." Tbibdkk. ..-..i.r v.irsftVTTTTNa. FDiiin. FnnHiTUKX. Pa he. iliiil, PLiKTn,8iI.v,4o. Any One cmute . A Csroels H lir Urusn la saob boa. Price BO ct. ic for RUBY'S GILDING. Bfu all tvbttitvta. Sold br An Iluuu, Dauoeiars STiTioirana. Vi York ChmitMMrt. .. MUM.T. House For Sale. - ftPtL I WILL se'l my house 297 Orange Btreet to - rood Dartv at a very low figure. It has Iff finished rooms and all the modern improvements; or will exchange for a cottage home in the upper part of the city. A large part of the purchase money can remain on bond and mortgage. rnlOtf C. M. LOOMIS. FOR RENT. AND board the owner's man and wife for Ejlill the rent a brick house in the First ward of JUulLthe city; about 10 rooms, hot water, bath, &c, to a small, responsible American family with good reference. Possession May 1st. Also number of firstclass houses and tenements for rent. Can be seen at any time. FOR SALE, A good frame house near Chapel street, lower part of the city; 10 rooms; lot 41(6x200 feet; only $4,500. A number of houses lor sale, somecen trAK At a bareain. Wanted 95,000 on good security ; will pay 6 per cent, interest. NO. 70 CHURCH STREET. ROOM S. L. F. COMSTOCK & CO. Office open evenings. FOR SALE, A HOUSE on Chapel street with lot on .Chestnut. The property is offered for what the land is worth. JOHN T.SLOAN, Room 0, 328 Chapel Street. Open evenings. I Want lo Buy A HOUSE and Lot or a Lot situated on or. ; : I near State street, between urove ana Hum iilLDhrev. near Stats street horse cars. . Address, with particulars. nr tt am cjv, Vyuur'c mnvj. FOR RENT. ffci. TO private family, brick dwelling house No tai!i 7 Library street; id rwrns; an couveureuuen, UUlLin best order throughout. GARDNER MORSE, m8 6tt f Bl Chapel street. FOR SALE. A TUDl'l.' atnrv Vii-ifV dwnllin? house sitU' a ted on xork streec norm oi ovvi.. .Modern improvements. Also house and lot No. 113 Monroe street. Inquire of mS et 87 Orange Btreet. FARM FOR SALE In The Town OF Hamden At a Great Bargain and on AC conunodating Terms. The nlace is situated on hieh ground, good house and commodious barns and sheds. There are alkrat 75 acres of land all under eood state of cultivation. A good milk route can also oe securea wita tuis nmo. A crood opportunity for an enterprising man to make money. The parties owning the place mean business. Anvone looking for a farm should investi gate this place Detore purchasing. Apply at BEECHERS EXCHANGE, Room No, m8Bt Lyon. R nil ding, 769 Chapel Street. Three Offices For Rent, BOWDITCH'S BUILDING, m7tf ORANGE STREET. FOR RENT. t THE fine residence No. 28 Academy street. Inquire or r. u. uurtnam. L m7tf 445 Chapel street. 2,300. I OFFER a small new house of six rooms at a low price. JT. P. PHIL.I.IPS, GLEBE BUILDING. m6 6t FOR SALE. ON easy terms, house No. 234 Whalley ave- lilt Yiiim flnichml mATTIO. With all IlltXiem nn. Int Wt17 TAAt! tlflCK nOUSC COUUU1UUK conveniences; also barn, carriage house and stables for four horses; also south house of block 248 York street, now being finished, will be compietea may i: i nn,n;nncy thirtAon finished rooms, with all mnHam conveniences, heated by steam. For fur ther particulars inquire of : E . H ; SPERRY. BIO DL Mi 83 U..a-iXJAL. a. a v mi m BUILDING LOTS AND HOUSES OWNED AND FOR SALE BY MASSENA CLARK Room No. 1, 87 Church St., CLARK BUILDING. Term Eay,on the Installment Plan If BUILDING LOTS fronting Lamberton St., Cedar St., John St., Grant St., St. Ronan St., Arcn St., Kea fleld St., Daggett St., West St., Washington at., Mor ris St., Wilson St., uaK sr., iLvergrccu st , Starr st , Harriett St., Bassett St., Newhall St., State St., Cold Spring St., Everett St., Cassius St., Howard av., Greenwich av.. Hallock av., Kimberly av , Whitney av., uixweu av., uoiuioum v., ,u thropav., Winchester av, Lots in Allingtown and Orange Center, Derby av., East Haven. Lots in Hamden near the church. Lots in Branford and Augerville. Lots and house on east shore (Light house point). Houses and lots in Montowese. One large nouse anu lot comer vn? Wov. -One large store on State street. Lamar block , Crown st. Block house No. 5 Sylvan av. Block hniiso No. 19 Home Dlace (Court Bt). Also some splendid factory sites, etc., etc. Iina W BMW, Diuuw.rao, ...... - . Farm 806 acres, North Branford. 5tt Rariralni In Buildlne L,Ot. . . aw HMHrnnq of building a new house i..i..iA,(ttiinii.nvii fancv of what a house I should be. I offer for this week's list the following desirable lots: . A corner lot on wesi siae ot nuwra ycuw, tiful location, per foot $40. Three lots on Greenwich, very eligibly situated,$25 One on Hewitt street, &io. One on Orange street, extra deep, $30. A bargain on Newhall street, $12.50. nA n VA wardR street, corner let. $35. rn on Gaffe street, nice neighborhood, extra deep, $25. nff.t jbo Ou corner oiieriim cuuc uu u vav - very cheap. One on Ivy street, west of Dixwell avenue, almost iSw.A n wiliAur otrvxat. ft One on Foster 8treet.S25. rvnA nn nrVinrii at r tt 0 A larffeloton Hamilton tiAAr nrand. ft60. A larce desirable lot on Ashmun street, $35. A beautiful corner lot on W Inthrop ave nue at a bargain, uneon jounvy uireev Open Monday and Saturday evenings. (GEORGE F. NEWCOMB, Hn 9 Hn.rH m n wi Bnlldlnff COB. STATE AMD l Il tl'El. M MEET. FOR SAL.E, dk. A modern brick house, centrally located, lilLwlth all modern improvements and Bteam heat. Price $10,0C0. Terms to suit. CHARLES H. WEBB, 850 Chapel Street. Investment and Residence Prop prtv Vm Sale Chean. Being the entire property in New Haven owned by Wharf ororjertv. 160 feet front on Mill riv Three-story brick dwelling houses Nos. 43 and 45 Cqllisstreet. . . . . t , tt..i. .... .1 .,... l, a. u-n t it vraiitfnrv nncK awemui; oojwj w. v .... No. 109 Bailey street, first class two-family dwell ing house. . , . No. 310 Dixwell avenue, lunning through to rm-iirH street: house has all conveniences. Kn eoR nrown stieet. brick house with all con- No. 972 State street, two-family frame dwelling No. 1.575 Chapel street, large stucco house, 130 feet on Chapel s-reet, 230 feet on Norton street. No. 122 Asylum street, two family frame dwelling UUI0O. ., , , , . . . Nrt a7d Oak street, wun rani anu suua, iwi No. 87. Trumbull, large and commodiom frame flwAllin? house. An amount lu muiv uuituwwa v mortgage. Apply to . f j7 im New Loudon, ConiK FOR KENT. t&SSk. THE tliree-storv brick house 16 Vernon (SiSTairMt. containine 13 rooms, all modern im- iJilLprovenaents and conveniences. Fossessic immediately. Inquire of , . Crl-VM. w . aunanivrt, fig tf 732 Chapel Street. FOR SALE. mo close an estate, the three story brick uwei- 1 ling house No. 257 Church street, near Grove; lot is about 85x1(0. Apply to r LtlAO. Jt. , 1111 .... f24 lm 69 Church street. FOit BEST. !sav A CONVESIEST brick dwelling, centrally ilSi ltH oAven minutes wa'k from Vale cdI- &iILle?e: modern improvements; will be rented low to a good tenant. Inquire of .11 .1 v 1 L.IjT. li. JKJ., 23 tf 44 State street. FOR SALE, HOUSE No. 71 Whalley avenue, 1!) rooms. modern conveniences. For particulars apply Lon the premises. is 1 For Sale In We4 Haven. DWELLING HOUSE-', cottages and desir able building lotf , shore cottag' s and cottage lots. Also small farms near West Haven and the shore App'yto WALTEB. A. MAIN, fl8tf West Haven. TO LET. OR will sell one of the best appointed small it.adm.rA nr wnrstni millii in New Knals iiiB IrlHrx. A. WALL. f 16 tf 2,150 Lenox avenue. New York City. Ilinman's Real Estate and Fire Insurance Agency. Honey to lota at 5 Per Cent. lutereat. Houses and lots bought and soM. Farms for sale or exchange for city prop- irtv. Rents and collections a specialty. Fire. e and Accident policies; Dest in tne woriu. I.. B. MIKiMAN, - nil : 68 Church Street. Open evenings. ; ? ; FOR RENT. HOUSES and tenements in all parts of the ,dty. - WH BALIS, On easy terms, bouses and building lots. J. I,. EIEBNAN, Boom S, 818 Oiapel street. Open evenings from 7 to 9, Je4 Ijoeal Wnlhw Ksear. FOB MARCH 11. 1885. 7. . A. H. r. U. p. If. Marometer 30 33 30.16 89.97 Thermometer 8 35 14 Hamiditv 90 7 95 Wind, direction and . - velocity in miiu- per hour El SE14 NE10 Weather Cray Cl'dy Rain BCean bar. 30.15; .mean temp.. 34: uiuau bumfd- Ity, 80. Max temp., 37: mm. temp. 32; rainfall, 07 Inches. Max. hourly velocity 01 wine, x muss. Total excess or deficiency of temperature since January 1, 234 degrees. Total excess or deficiency of precipitation slnee Jan. 1, 1.46 in. FOR HABCH 11, 188T. Mean bar. 30 00: mean temp.. 26 Max', temp., 34.2; min. temp. 23 6. J. H (SHERMAN. it Sig. Corps. Note: A minus alu I lplvtlxed to theruiomtiter readiucrs indicates Ui.'jporHmi, below aaro. A "X"in eonnectioa with rainfall indicti?. a trace of precipitaiion too small to sneasuc. Snow is melted aod resulting depth of water no ted under rainfall. m i HINIATliRB ALOANK . MARCH 12. . . Bus Rises, 6:07 i Hooj Skts, i H10 Watbr, Sun BT8, 5:55 ! 5:01 . 10:09 HEATHS. FOOTE In Fair Haven East, March 11, Almira A. Foote, widow or tne late jonn a. jroote, aged 74 vaara. Funeral from the late residence. Center street. Tuesday at s p. m. Keiatives ana inends are re spectfully invited to attend without further no tice. 2t OTIS Ik this city, March 10, Albert L. Otis, young est son 01 ueorge 1 . una urace 1. uun, agea J vears. 11 months and 3 days. Funeral private. MA RINK CIST. PORT OK SKWHAVKN ARRIVED. Sch Jennie E. Riebter. Crosslev. Norfolk, coal. Sch Luzerne, Twaddle. New London for N. Y. CLEARED AND SAILED. Bark Antoinette Acceme (Ital.l. Marches. N. Y. Sch James Boyce, Crossley, Norfolk. Sch F. M. Baird: Jamieson, N. "V. Sch Mary Ann, Collins, N. Y. - B. BOJTH, Auctioneer. Will Rell Wednesdav. March 14. at 10 a.m.. at No. 63 High street, Brussells and ingrain carpets, extra iino piano, guou organ, panor sets, cnamoer sets, antique rosewood bedstead, mattresses, feather bed and pillows, etc., large serin range with boiler and pipe connections, rurnace, stoves, etc. Also at 1 o'clock p.m the two wood houses Nos. 63 and 69 High street, to be removed. m!2 8t Board of Councf linen. TO the Sheriff of the City of New Haven greet ing: You are hereby required to warn the Board of Councilmen or said city to meet at the Chamber of the Board in said city, on Monday, the 12th day of March, 18S9. at 8 o'clock p. m. Given under my hand this 8th dav of March, 188S. SAMUEL A. YORK. Mavor. The foregoing is a true copy of the original war- rant. 1 IIU-UAS U. Attest City Sheriff. It? YOU WANT A pair of spectacles or eyeglasses remember that Surant can fit yon properly by Dr. Bucklin's InTclliod, and gives vou fine spec tacles for little money. Oculists' prescriptions failed at short notice. J. H. G. DURAHT, THE JEWELER, 3 and 40 Church strict. S Remember everv purchaser of Spectacles or Eyeglasses is entitled to a r apei ratiern tree. NEW BRAIDING PATTERNS, FOR DRESSES. A fine assortment Just received. DEMOREST'S New Spring Patterns, ALSO PORTFOLIO OF FASHIONS And What to Wear. C. F. BECK LEY, 634 Chapel Street. EASTER GOODS. and Cheap. Individual Egg Sets Handsome Egg Sets, 13 piece 1 pieces. B?ir Dishes, lare-e assortment. 'Riiu.iiit or nrackar .Tars. Something new and unique in the war of Hang ing matcn sarf g. w e are selling riarea Knives at ractory pnew.. TTnives. lTnrkn and Rmniu and Crockerv to loan. uecoratea limner anu lea sets, iw pieces, aiu ov. We have had arrive lately sev eral crates ol those Handsome Toilet Sts that sold o cheap last spring. Call and sec. ' ROBINSON, OO ;!iurcf Street, near Clinpcl. Qoods deli.ered. marisfeeo. LADIES! I)o fair Own Dyelncr at Home with PEERLESS DYES. Thev will dve evervthinz. Thev are sold every where. Price 1 Oc a package 40 colors. They have no equal for strength, brightness, amount in pack- ages or for fastness or color, or non-taaing quail ties. They do not crock or smut. For .-sale by all druggists. HELPS FOR PLAYERS AND SINGERS. In addition to a large Instruction Book such as the New Ermland Conservatory Method, Vior xne riaiio evtaj iiuyu uua a aeal 01 easy music lur yivuzinxt. iuj. .a 'uu.u very cheap ana convenient iorm in Clarke's Dollar Instructor for Piano - - - -$1.00 RAllAlr'fi A nalvtical Method for Piano - - .75 Winner's Ideal Method for Piano. ----- .50 Fairy Fingers. Becht. - -- -- -- - 1.00 Of collections of Studies and Exercises for Piano we publish no less than Two Hundred and Thirty I .rieae senu ror nsis ana cauuuguet. Handy Books for Music Learners ares Construction, Tuning and Care of the Piano. - .60 5,000 Musical Terms Adams. ------- .75 A compact Dictionary. Kinkel's Copy Book. -------- -"5 Stainer's Dictionary (or Cyclopedia ) - - 4.00 vprv liseiiil musical wriLiuK uwk. frol useiy uiustraLea. Flrat-Clsss and Very Successful CoIIec lions ox rianv iuusiv ares nl. Pianist. 49 FINE PIECES. ... 1.00 Piano Classics. 41 piecbs. 1.00 Youne People s uiassicn. fiamo fiecks. - i.uu HAILED FOB RETAIC PRICE.. Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston. ni tf . ASK FOR UEBIG GOHPANY'S EXTRACT MEAT. land insist upon no other being substitutedifor it. N. B. Genuli o only wun lac-slmlleof Baron Lleblc's signature In BLUE INK across label. Bold by Storekeepers. Grocers and Druggims. mw qu mm A full stock of Briflpw ooi's Porcjlain. No finer white porcelain made. Warranted not to craze. Y ou can buy it In assortments to suit yourself at exceedingly low prices. Call and ex amine if you don't buy. . rieased to show goods. FRANK M. HALL'S, 30 CHURCH STREET. Glassware Crocker and Tinware. . OF News by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS. RANDALL'S TARIFF BILL To Cut Off A Hundred ions. THE NEW EMPEROR IN BERLIN. Thousands Look Upon The Remains. THE ENGINEERS -STILL FIRM. Furious Flight Of A Runa way Horse. THE LATEST TARIFF BILL. Kandall Frames a measure Which Is Only Twice as Long as tne Mills BUI A Reduction of About a Hundred. millions Which Is Ittestly In Internal Revenue Taxes. Washington, March 11. Mr. Randall I as completed his tariff bill and will introdnee it in the Heuae to-morrow. In explanation of its terms and scope he makes the follow ing statement: The bill repeals the entire internal revenue on tobacco, and en fruit brandies. It also repeals the license tax on wholesale and retail liquor dealers, leaving; these, as recommended by Jefferson, so that the "State anthorities might adopt them." It makes alcohol used in the arts free and re duces the tax on whisky to fifty cents per gallon. On the tariff the bill is a careful and complete revision of the whole system. It carries- to the tree list a large number of articles now payiDg duties and which enter into consumption either as raw material or otherwise and in the production of which there is no injurious com petition between this and other countries. In the revision of the tariff the aim has been intelligently to apply consistent principles to all branches of industry, and so doing our industrial system has been considered as a whole and differing from other industrial systems in the fact .that the labor in this country receives a larg er share of the annual products of labsr and capital combined than in any other country. This important-ad vantage to the labor inter ests of the United States the bill aims to pre serve, while at the same time in fairness to all interests, as stated in the Chicago plat form, to reduoe and equalize the dntiea on imports. The principles applied to the re vision of the tantt in this Dill are m that the difference in the cost of producing commodi ties in this and other countries where there is no domestic or other natural causes why they eannot be produced abundantly in this coun try has been studied ana everywhere adher ed to as the cardinal principle to be enforced in any revision of the tariff. In snch a scheme all industries of course should stand on an equal footing and in no instance should the powers of government be used to elevate one above another. In other words our sys tem must be considered as a whole in which all who participate share its benefits,whether engaged in one industry or in another. One principle has been kept constantly in view and that is the line which marks the differ ence in cost of producing commodities here and abroad in other words the line of fair competition is always and necessaiily above the point of maximum revenue. Consequent ly to reduce the duties on a commodity below the line of difference in cost, which as stated in the line of even competition, until the line of maximum revenue is passed, necessarily increases the revenues. On the contrary,i to raise duties from the line of maximum revenue by lessening importations reduces the revenues. This principle has been kept in view throughout the bill in the adjustment of duties. To determine just where tbe line of ttiaerence in cost falls is. of course, in many instances difficult, but it may be safely assumed when importations in any line of commodities is largely increas ing no good reason appearing why the things cannot as well be pro duced here that such duties are below the cost line and that the advantage is with the foreign producer. If production in the same line is diminished or suspended altogether in this country it becomes proof positive that the advantage Is too great to be overcome with out a readjnstment of duties. In such cases embracing, however, but a few articles there has been no hesitancy in preparing this bill to raise duties so as to permit these industries to take their place abreast with others in tha country. Where importations are light and increasing it may consistently be assumed that the duties are quite high enough and in many cases may be Barely reduced, and in case the industry is of such a nature as to permit trusts and combinations of any kind to raise prices above the level of prices or profits in other industries, then it becomes important that the cost line should be closely adhered to and that has been the aim in the bill in industries where trusts or combinations are supposed to have snch power. It is less important, of course, to apply this rule rigidly wnere prices are regu lated through fres competition in such case under well known economic principles the tendency is always to a general level in profits, wages and prices in any industrial system. In worains out tne details or tne Dili under these principles the aim has been to compare closely and adjust carefully the different schedules, with the object always in view to lower dntiea wherever possible and reduce the revenues, being careful at the same time to hart no established industry. The esti mated reductions under this bill will be on internal taxation repealed seventy millions, estimated reduction on tariff schedules twen ty-five millions. . Tbe Dill is tne result ot great .laoor ana industry and is framed after the fullest in quiry and conference with thoBe directly in terested. The rates will not suit many of ) engaged in manufactures, but are deemed fair and a proper response to the de mand for reduced rates in our tariff laws. A summary of the bill (which is fully twice as long as tbe Mills pill and relates to many more subjects) follows: Seotion 1. That all laws now in force whereby farmers and producers of to bacco are restricted in the sale and disposl tion of the same, and all laws and parts of laws so far as the same relate to the internal revenue taxes herein specified be, and the same are hereby repealed, to take effect July 1, 1888, namely: The taxe oa manufac tured tobaeeos, snuff, sigars, cheroots, cigar ettes and the Bpecial taxes required by law to be paid by manufacturers of and dealers in leaf tobacco, retail dealers in leaf tobacco, dealers in manufactured tobacoos, peddlers of tobacco, snnff and eigars and manufac turers of snuff and of cigars. Provided, that on all original and unbroken factory pack ages of smoking and manufactured tobacco and snuff, cigars, cheroots and cigarettes held by manufacturers, factors, job bers or dealers at the time such repeal shall go into effect upon which the tax has been paid there aboil be a reoate in xavor ot earn manufacturer, factor, jobber, dealer or either owner of said tobacco, snutt, cigars, cheroots and ciearettes to the fall amount and extent of the tax so paid thereon: but the same shall not apply to any case where the olaim has not been presented within ninety days following the date when snch repeal takes et feet and no claim shall be allowed for a less amount than So. and any special tax stamp oovering taxes repealed by this act may be redeemed for tbe portion ot tne special tax year unexpired at the time of the repeal when the amonnt claimed for suh stamp shall not be leas than $5; and all sums required to satisfy claims under this act shall be paid out of any money in the treasury not other wise appropriated ana it snail do tne amy oi the Secretary of the Treasury to adopt such rules and regulations, and to presciibe and furnish such blanks and forms, as may be necessary to carry this section into ettect. Section 2. That internal revenue laws limiting, restricting or regulating the manu facture, sale or exportation ot tooacco, nuua, cigars, cheroots and cigarettes are hereby re pealed to take ettect on jniy 1,1000, anu ini there shall be no drawback allowed upon any such articles which shall be entered for export on or after that date. Provided, that all laws now in force shall remain and have full force and effect iu respect to all offenses com mitted, liabilities incurred or rights accruing or accrued prior to the date when the repeal of the taxes specified in this act shall take ef fect. Seotion 3. That all laws and parts of laws imposing an internal revenue tax upon spirits distilled from apples, peaches and other fruits are hereby repealed to take effect on Jnlv 1. 1888: provided, that no person or per sons shall be allowed to manufacture or distill spirits partly from fruits and parly from grain or other suDstaaces witnont payment 01 the full tax required by law upon the making or manufacture of spirits aistmea irom grain. and any person violating the provisions of this seotion shall be fined not more than $590 or imprisoned not 1 more than one year or both at the discretion of the court, pro vided further, that upin all unbroken paok acas. kecs or barrelslof such fruit spirits there shall be drawbiik or rebate in favor f the distiller, dealer or other owner of such spirits to the full amount of tax paid thereon. Seotion 6 provides that the Secretary of the Treasury shall grant permission to any firm, individual or corporation to withdraw from bond alcohol or any spirits containing aiconoi auDjecc to internal revenue tax iu specified quantities of not less than three hundred gallons without payment of the in ternal revenue tax on the same or on the spirits from whioh it may have been distill ed for the purpose of use in such industrial pursuits as shall be specified in the permit issued by the Secretary of the Treasury un der such regulations and requirements as to stamps, bonds and other security and safe guards by methylation or otherwise as shall be prescribed by the commissioner of inter nal revenue with the approval of the Secre tary of the Treasury. Provided, that any per son who shall sell, use or wilfully permit the use of spirits withdrawn under this act for any other pnrpose than that specified herein shall for eaoh offense be fined not more than $5,000 or be imprisoned for not more than' two years or both at the discretion ef the court; and provided further, that any viola tion of the roles and regulatiens made by the commissioner of internal revenue with the approval of the Secretary of the Treas ury in conformity with this act shall be punished by a fine of not less than $50 or mors than $100 for each offense. Section 7 provides that from and after July 1, 1888, beer known as weiss beer containing less than 2 per centum alcoholic strength shall not be subject to any internal revenue tax. Section 8 provides that from and after July 1 in lieu of the tax of ninety cents a gallon on distilled spirits now imposed by law the tax shall be fifty cents a gallon; provided, that on the distilled spirits contained in all original unbroken casks or packages which are properly stamped and upon which an in ternal revenue tax of ninety cents a gallon has been paid a rebate of forty cents a gallon shall be paid out of money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated under such regu lations as the commissioner of the internal revenue with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe; provided that no claim for rebate under this section shall be paid-unless presented withi j ninety days from the date this act takes effect. The bill proceeds to fix the tariff duty on a large number of articles, some of which are as follows: Borax and boracicacid three cents per pound; alcoholic compounds, not specially enumerated, 35 par centum ad Vulorem; medicinal preparations of which alcohol is a component part 30 cents per ponnd; alum 69 cents 'per pound; blue vit riol cents per pound; camphor, refined, 4 cents per pound; copper ores, regains of oop per and coarse copper 1J cents per pound; of fine copper contained therein, old copper for manufacture 2 cents per pound; eopper in pigs, etc., Vyi per pound, copper plates, rods. sheets, etc., 55 per cent, ad valorem; iron ore 75 cents per ton; iron pigs, wrought and cast scrap iron, etc., three-tenths of a cent per pound; bar iron from eight-tenths of a sent to one and two-tenths cents per pound, ac cording to dimensions; iron ar steel railway bars over twenty-five pounds to the bar,, fourteen to .the ton; iron or steel T rails not over twenty-five pounds, eight-tenths of a cent per pound; iron or steel fish plates one cent per pound; boiler or other plate iron or steel valued at four cents per pound or less one and two tentha cents per pound; sheet iron or steel valued at 4 cents or less, thinner than Yt inch, not thinner than No. 20 wire gauge, one and one-tenth cents per pound, and so graded up to 1 7-10 cents per pound; steel or iron sheets and plates, all thickness, above fonr cents and not over seven cents per pound in value two cents per pound, valued above 7 and not over ten cents 2 3-4 cents per pound; valued above ten cents per pound, 6 cents per pound; cast iron pipe 9-10 of a cent per pound; iron or ' steel tubes, 2 cents per pound; iron or steel cut nails, 1 1-10 cents per pound; wood sorews, 5 to 11 cents per ponnd, according to size; iron or Bteel beams, columns and other shapes. 1 1-0 cents; steel ingots, blooms, slabs, piston rods, etc., valued. Richmond's Old Slave Pen to do. Richmond, March 11. Work was com menced here yesterday ia tearing down one of the most noted buildings in this city. The structure is entirely of wood, six stories high, and is known as Lumpkin's jail. It was built many years ago and UBsd as a slave pen or jail, and was more widely known throughout the South in slave days than any similar edi fice. Here choice Blaves were housed before the auction sales, and kept before they were either sent down to the cotton States or came therefrom, and intending purchasers would come from as far as Louisiana to inspect the slaves, always known to be the beat kind when in the Lumpkin iail. The city engineer deoided that its timbers were rotting and the pnblio safety demanded its demolition. A II UK D11KD THODSANB UltOWiS ED Terrible Losses ef 1.1 re by the Yellow Hirer Floods. San FitANCisco, March 11. Advices re ceived by the City of Sydney, ' which arrived to-night from Hong Kong and Yokahama, say that the imperial commissioner who was especially appointed to investigate the loss of life in the Yellow river inundation sends an official report to the Emperor of China that the total number of persons drowned is over 100,000, and the number destitute is 1,800,000. THE UOKANCi: OF A. X It AMP. Heir to a Fortune He Falls in Lore With a Farmer's Bauehter and Will Make Her His Wire. New Brunswick, March 11. A story which is alleged to be true as well as roman tic has just come to light in this city. Hugh Edward McKenaie, twenty-two years old, appeared last October at the farm of W. L. Johnson, about four miles from this city, on the Trenton turnpike, and hired ont as a farm hand. At first he was refnsed, bnt when he said, as it is alleged, "My Ood, if I cannot get shelter to-night 1 will kill myself," Emma, the eldest daughter of Mr. Johnson, persuaded her father to hire him. She and McKenzie afterward fell in love. The father opposed the match, and to overcome his ob jections the young fellow told his story. His father, he said, was Colin McKenzie, a civil engineer in Edinburgh, Scotland. On May 9, 1887, young Edward with Archie Gordon, a friend, went deer shooting in the Elgin forest, Scotland, and finally drifted to this country, so the story is told, landing in New York on J une 9. They enjoyed life for awhile, but finally ran out of money. Mo- Kenzie visited various cities in this State, but could get no work, and finally he turned np, as related above, at the Johnson home stead thoroughly disheartened. In Novem ber he wrote to his father and received a re ply from the solicitors of the latter that his father was dead. Last January another let ter came informing him that his father's estate was valned at $200,000, and he, his two brothers and three sisters were heirs to more than $30,000 apiece. He sent on proof sef his identity and informed Ford, Kankin & Co., lawyers, of Edinburgh, that he wanted $13,000 with which to buy a farm. This amonnt they have agreed to send him. - The money is expected next week and he has agreed with a Mrs. Cooper to take her farm, alter which he and Miss Johnson will wed. A. It UN A WAY HORSE'S MAD RI7N. He Crashes Intet a House. Upsets the Breakfast Table and Lands In a Slclt CUrl's Bed. Ithaca, March 11. The horse of Highway Commissioner L. F. Colerove became fright ened to-day at the approach of one of the cars on the electric street railway on State street, and threw the commissioner upon the pavement, breaking bis collar bone and brais ing his head in five places. Mr. Colegrove is still unconscious and his recovery is doubt ful. Boahing madly, a block away the horse dashed through the front door of a house on Meadow street, leaving the carnage at tbe portal. The house is occupied by a family named Wright, was were at break last. The horse oleared the table in fine shape, turned the cook stove bottom side up, and plunged through a chamber door upon the sick bed of a thirteen-year-old girl very ill with scar let fever. Crawling between the legs of the animal the girl managed to reach the street in her night dress unharmed. She was quiokly blanketed and removed to the house ot neighbor. The interior of the house looks as though it had been visited by a tornado. A Duel On the Sidewalk. New York, March 11. A game of draw poker in which seven queens were shown up on the table at one time led to what may prove a double murder to-night. Angelo De Flora and JoselMalvano were the players and when the exceptional show of queens came they mutually challenged one another to a duel with knives. They retired to tne sidewalk and hacked at one another in the presence of a large crowd until both fell ex hausted from loss of blood. They were tak en to the hospital in a critical condition. : Editor IHeaney'a Body Interred. Dublin, March 11. The remains of Stephen J. Msanoy were interred at Ennis to day. The funeral was attended by large contingents from Limerick and Cork with several bands, An American flag draped was carried after the body, also harps of flowers from the New Yerk Press club and branches of tha National league. - The funeral was largely attended, all wearing green and orape resettes. THE REMAINS LYING IN STATE. Emperor William's Body Carried at Midnight to the Cathedral The New Emperor Arrives and views His Father's Carpse. Berlin, March 11. All ths members of the ministry left by a special train at 3:15 o'clock this afternoon to meet Emperor Frederick as he returned from San Remo. The special train containing Emperor Frederiok and Empress Victoria arrived at Munich at 8:30 this morning. Their majesties met a sympa thetic reception. The ds wager Empress Augusta last night received Prince Bismarck, who had previously passed some time by the side of the body of ths dead monarch. After the' interview Prince Bismarck visited Prince William. Prince Henry with the Princess SaxeMeiningen arrived in Berlin at nine o'clock last .night. They immediately pro ceed to the chamber in which the body of the Emperor lay. Another requiem service was held to-day and was attended by an immense number of distinguished mourners. It has been decided to remove tha remains of the Emperor to the cathedral to-night where they will lie in state from noon to-morrow. The pnblic will be admitted to tha cathedral to view the remains. At the autopsy held yesterday tha physicians discovered distiaot traces of calculus. The remains of the late Emperor have been transferred to the cathedral. Ths whole route along TJnter den Linden was lined with silent crowds. The throng was so dense that the police aad military who bore torohes had difficulty in effecting a passage. The cathe dral bells began to toll at midnight when tmperor Frederick arrived to visit the re mains. The removal of the body was de layed on account of the Emperor's arrival until a quarter of one. The funeral proces sion was headed by a squad of cuirassiurs. These were followed by a detachment of the foot guards and a train of servants of ths impeiial household. Then cams tha coffin. It was covered with a black pall and was borne by soldiers of the body guard. The Crown Prince and the other princes followed on foot. The cortege closed with a detach ment of cavalry. Upon the arrival of ths procession at the cathedral the telling of tha bells ceased and the crowd silently dispersed. A jrrand requiem service will - be held m the cathedral on Fiiday. The remains will be conveyed during the night following to the Charlottenburg mausoleum. The services in4 the cathedral will consist of the full state ceremonies. All members of the Reichstag and Landtag will be in attendance. Accounts received by members of the court concerning the meeting between Emperor Frederick and King Humbert at San Pere d' Arena yesterday represent King Humbert as being stricken by the ghastly aspect of the Emperor.. After the departure of the imperial train King Humbert covered his face with his handker chief and said several times: "He is ill; ah, very ill." Charlottekbubg, March 11. midnight. The imperial train on its arrival here was three-quarters of an hour late, having been delayed by a snow storm. It arrived at this place at a quarter-past 11. The Crown Prince William and his wife and rnnce Henry of Saxe-Meiningen entered the Baloon and each kissed the hand of tbe Umperor and embraced Empress Victoria. The Emperor and Em press immediately alighted from the train and proceeded through a pavilion which was profusely decorated with flowers to their car riage. They were diiven direct to the castle and were followed by detachments from the guards. Despite a snow storm whioh pre vailed the entire route was crowded. The Emperor was heartily cheered and much en thusiasm was manifested. The royal prince with Prince Bismarck and their suite con tinued their journey. The late Emperor's will has been opened. It directs that his body shall be interred dressed in field uniform with a grey military cloas: ever the shoulders and a field cap on the head. Upon the body are to be placed the decorations of the orders of the black eagle and iron oroas, second class, the cross of the Russian order of St. George, the war medals of 1814, 1864, 18S6 and 1870 and the Hohenzollern medal of 1849. Full directions for his funeral are given. Professor Hartmann assisted by Drs. Von Lorsn, Leothold and Thiemann conducted the autopsy on the body of the dead Emperor. They found, a calculus the sire of a pigeon's egg which must have caused intense pain. The features of the dead monaroh still retain the expression of genial kindliness which characterized them in life. It Is Now Kaiser Frederick. Berlin, March 12. Deputations from all the regiments gathered in the wide space around Frederick the Great's monuments with their banners and swore fidelity to the "Koenig nnd Kaiser Friedrich dem dritten.' The Crown Prince took the oath with the Second regiment of the guards. Hs looked remarkably pale and worn, due to the excit ing events of the past three weeks. The question has arisen whether the Landtacr may accept Emperor Frederick's written oath in stead of his personal oath spoken in audible voice as prescribed by the constitution. Knsslau Journals Want Peace. St. Petersburg, March 11. The St.PeterB burg newspapers to-day 'agree in expressing a wish that Emperor Frederick continue the friendly policy of ths deceased monarch to ward Russia. The Journal de St. Peters-bourg-says: "We learn from a good source that in ths telegrams passing between San Bemo and St. Petersburg strong confidence is expressed on Both sides in the continuance of the traditional friendship between the two countries and the durability of the old friend ly tie. We hope ths memory of the venera ble monarch will ever be present with the two imperial families and that the two na tions for their own welfare continue to recog nize the fact that peace means the mainten ance ot social order and peace throughout the world."" The Official Messenger and the Invalids Basse publish articles with mourning borders paying warm tributes to the memory of the deceased monarch. The whole army, by special orders of the Czar, will V ear mourn ing for fonr weeks and the regiments of which the dead emperor was honorary colonel for five weeks. On the day of the funeral the army will wear full mourning. The Kalaqua regiment will continue to bear that name. Its vacant honorary colonency has conferred upon Emperor Frederick, who has also been appointed titular commander of the St. Petersburg regimedt of grenadiers. Russian Troops to Move Southward. Odessa, March 11. The authorities of the railways centering at Kieff havs received or ders from St. Petersburg to hold all availa ble trucks for the disposal of the govern ment. Large bodies of troops will move to the southwest frontier upon the breaking up of the severe winter. No Weather Reports From Washlna; ton. New York, March 11. A sleet, buow aad wind storm has carried down all the Western Union wires to Washington and it will be impossible to make the oircuits good to night. No weather reports are expected to night. SULLIVAN AND MITCHELL.. Both In Custody and to be Tried To Day. Paris, March 11. Mitchell and Sullivan, who foaght thirty-nine rounds yesterday at Creil, lasting three hours and eleven minutes, resulting in a draw, are still in oustody at Senlis. Charges will be preferred against them to-morrow. The Flshters Released. London, March 11. Sullivan and Mitch ell have been released from custody by ths French authorities and will arrive in Lon don Monday. The Sportman's Opinion of Sullivan. London, March 12. The Sportsman thinks Sullivan excels most with the gloves oa a boarded surface as after the eighth round tf the fight be displayed none of the agility and quickness he undoubtedly possesses. The injury to his right hand, the weather and the attack of shivers, the paper says, had un doubtedly much to do with this and would have brought many a man to grief. When the battle was ended Jack was about as good as his mastei. Jack Cenapsey After Mitchell. New York, March 11. Jere Duna will back Jack Dempaey against Mitchell for $10,000 a Bide. Ber. Mr. Sim It U Held for Trial. Habtpord, March 11. At Windsor yester day the hearing in the cases of Bsv. H. G. Smith and W. C. Gompf, charged with libel, was oontinned. Smith was held in $200 for the Superior court, (jompf was discharged. Train No. 5 on the Erie road jumped tha tracd at Scio, N. Y., at 3 o'clock yesterday morning and resulted in the death of one passenger and the injury of twelve others, four ot whom may me. Something From Notnlne Can't be done. Next thing to it is to make a new drees of fashionable color from a faded dress and a package of Diamond Dyes. These dyes ara true to name, do not fade, and are ; UBed by all economical women. nu oteod THE ENGINEERS STILL FIRM. Chief Arthur Says There Will be No Backdown. Chicago, March 11. Chief Arthur to night speaking of the Burlington strike said: Aa to the situation having narrowed down to a freeze out, it remains to be seen how long ths ditectors and stockholders will sustain the present bankrupt policy of the management of the road a bankrupt policy with not sufficient cause. For our part, we ara confident that the Brotherhood can stand it longer than ths road will be willing to sanation. Our advices are that but thirty per cent, of the usual local business is being done and no through business. The Bur lington members of the Brotherhood will be sustained and supported by the entire organ ization as long as the men wish to require help. Not a single man of the Brotherhood has deserted and I predict that none will. A olause in our rules demands the dismissal of any engineer found intoxicated, whether on or off duty, and that he be reported to the officers of the road as an unsafe man. An other olause provides that when a man ap plies for membership he must be examined by a committee of three, and unless he is an engineer of one or more years' practical ex perience, not addicted to the use of liquors and a man of otherwise good character, hs will not bs accepted. Daring the past four teen years not a Bingle Brotherhood engineer has ever deserted his engine without using every possible precaution to save the lives of his passengers and the public well know how many have died at the post of duty. In all this the great public has been benefitted dur ing the past twenty-five years. I have only to say that the nerve of these men has and will be demonstrated in this "Q" strike. A Mnster Meet 1ns; in New York. New York, March 11. A meeting of eighteen hundred delegates representing twenty thousand Brotherhood engineers and firemen from all over the country was held here to-day. It . was resolved that if the railwaysho have abetted the C, B. and Q. do not cease doing so "we as individuals will nse our own discretion about remaining in their employ after a certain date." The leso- lutions are careful to say that no threats are made to tie up, but the men will act as they think best for their individual interests. TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. William Peabody Endicott, father ef the Secretary of War, died yesterday at Salem, Mass., aged eighty-three years. The fiftieth anniversary of St. Patrick's parish, Roxbury , Mass. , was celebrated yes terday, the presence of his eminence Car dinal Gibbons adding interest to the event. Hugh McGarrity, master workman, and John Meighan, secretary of the D. A. No. 87, K. of L,, have declared the miners' strike ia the Lehigh region off, and in a few days every colliery will be at work. Mr. Charles E. Galacar, for seven years Bpecial agent at Boston of the Phcenix Fire Insnrance company of Hartford in charge of the East New England field, has been elect ed additional assistant secretary of the com pany and will remove his residence from Newton, Mass., to Hartford. it Tale Law School. Professor S. E. Baldwin lectured at Yale Law school Saturday morning on ".Outline of Roman Law." The members of the Law school and a number of the university stu dents were present. Returned From Europe. Mr. H. P. Hubbard returned from London on Saturday, where he has been on business. He came back on the steamer Brittanio. He had a very pledsant trip and journey. In the American exchange at London he saw on file a copy of the Journal and Courier, the only New Haven paper on file at the Ex change, and immediately felt more at home in the great metropolis of Britain. Tons: Hermann. A New Haven lady says: An American writes us from Berlin as follows: "I hops you all heard little Hof mann play in New Ha ven. He is a dear little fellow and his praise is not exaggerated. We saw him often in Berlin. At a rehearsal with the great Phil harmonie orchestra he turned to the orches tra after they had played a certain passage together and said, 'That did not go just right: we mast play it so.' " Entertainments. MAX PONAROFF. Max F011 are-f, the ce'.ebrated Russian vio linist, will give a concert at the Atheneum this evening, assisted by well known local talent. Among thdS e who will assist are such accomplished musicians as Miss Justine lngersol!, the Misses Schnselock, Miss Lillie Kleeberg, Eveiyn Ortell and Hugo Bruch. NEW HAVEN OPERA HOUSE. The famous Rentz-Santley Novelty and Burlesque Troupe will appear at the Vew Haven Opera House this evening. "The company is one of the finest organizations of the kind," says an exchange. It comprises some of the finest burlesque stars and lumi naries of tbe vaudeville stage. A fe.iture of the entertainment will be a wiestling match between Matsada Sarakichi and a local ath lete. Seats notv on sale. HYPERION THEATER. The Bostonians will pay a return visit ts this city on next Monday and Tuesday even ings, when they will appear at the Hyperion Theater. "Mignon" will be sang on Monday evening, and "Fra Diavolo" on Tuesday evenins. Sale of seats begins Wednesday morning. Bunnell's orand opera house. Railly and Wood's big show, fifty strong, will be the attraction at the Grand Opera House this week. The acts are all new, and performed only by this organization, which numbers among its members some of the best vaudeville stars obtainable. It was the bauner" show at the Grand last season, and it is now even stronger than ever. Among the stars oi the company are Bobby Gaylor, who is said to be the best delineator of Irish character on the stage, Pat Reilly, known from Maine to 'Frisco, the Nelson family, the acrobatic wonders of the lain century, ana a host of other stars. BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. A ohange has been made in the programme of the concert to be given by the Boston Symphony orchestra next Thursday evening and one that will be gratifying to the pa trons. Instead of the symphony "In the Woods" a new and brilliant scherzo capricci- oso bv Dvorak will be given, follswed by what will undoubtedly prove the piece de re sistance of the ooncert the "Vorspiel und Liebestod." from Waguer's Tristan nnd Isolde. In this selection Fraulein Kalisch Lehmann has ample opportunity to display the noble qualities of ber dramatic soprano voice, and at the last regular concert by the orohestra iu Boston her magnificent singing aronsed such enthusiasm that over four hun dred ladies in the audience waited outside the entrance to Mnsic Hall to give her an ovation as she cams out to her carriage. ROBSON AND CRANE. Bronsou Howard's new comedy, "The Hen rietta," will be produced at tha New Haven Opera House Thursday. Friday and Saturday evening and Saturday matinee. The New York Daily News savs: "Life in Wall street and ioVe on Murrav Hill forms the basis up on which the drama is built. . The author is the first who has successfully held up to tne world the vies of stock gambling and its ter rible results. He has deftly treated the uni versal passiou lore and mingled them with unnsnal skill." Sale of seats begins this morning. ?or The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged. .ical and scientific skill hat at last solved ti m of the long- needed medicine for the ne. . debilitated, and the aged, by combining- tl: mrre tonics. Celery and Coca, with other efte. emedles. which, acting- gently but emdenti. -.: kidneys, liver and bowels, remove disessi rc strength nd renew vitality. This medicine i 'aines elerv loun fills a place heretofore unoccupied, and mart jcw era in the treatment of nervous trouble-,-rwOTk, anxiety, disease, lay the foundation r vous prostration and weakness, and expenem.-.- shown that the usual remedies do not mend tl : .:in and paralysis of the nervous Bystem. U-nmmended by professional and business me .1 for circulars. Price SI.OO. 8old by druggists. UiElXS, RICHARDSON 4VCO., Proprietors BURLINGTON, VT, , r ((omt WANTED. SITUATION by a y ounB girl to do secon. Lor light housework in a private family. . ml2 ltp 827 CEDAR STREET. WANTED. A SITUATION by a first-class Cake baker, con fectioner and ornamental baker. Address - GKSSEEK,' mil 3t - ega George St. WASTE D, A MAN acquainted with the folding paper box business.used to oneratine Colt's araorv Dress es, etc.; good chance for right party; state experi ence. P. O. BOX 91, ail 1 3t9 Leominster, Haas. WANTED. tA ROOM for storing household goods; must be easy of access and in central location . Wanted for several months, nnanlbly a taaf or two. Wanted at once. BOX 367. mi" "tt New Haven, Conn. WANTF.D. SITUATION by a competent woman to do objection to the country. Inquire at -vi m M.l V UJ HI KJ6JET. WANTED. A T the New Haven Hospital, a comoetent and t- experienced apothecary. Apply to the m9 3t SUPERINTENDENT. WANTED. AN intelligent, earnest man to represent a large, responsible house in his own locality and out. side of large cities, -A remunerative salary to right party. References exchanged. American M'r'o" Housb, 30 Reade St.. N Y. m5 oawlm WANTED. Q ,UART Claret Bottles in any quantity. C. UAUi ec BUN. Monday Night, march 12. . THE FAMOUS RENTZ-SANTLEY NOVELTY AND BURLESQUE CO. A stupendous bill of sensational surprises from the rise to tne tail 01 tne curtain. A Grand Olio of European and Aaaerl ean Specialties. The Fatuous Japanese Wrestler, KIATSADA SOKAKICIII. The new and latest Parisian Sensational Burlesque, "i)A!H ArD EVE." Reserve! chairs 75c and 50c. Gallery 25c. m9 3t Thursday Night, Friday Night, Saturday Night. ftlAKCH 15,16,17. Saturday Matinee At 2:30. The Comedians ROBSOX and CRANE. The Henrietta, by Branson Howard. 'a lie Henrietta, by Branson Howard. In the Greatest Comedy of the rresem vaeneraiion. This olav will be seen with thA Original Cast, Scenery, Properties, Music, etc., as presented ai uie union square Tnearer, New York, for 1 62 Consecutive Performances. Reserved chairs, ffil.95. SI. 15c. Gallery 25cr rattia price3 on Saturday matinee. marl2 St NEW HAVEN POLO RIHL CHAMPIONSHIP "GAME. Meridensvs. New Havens. Monday Evening, Blarcli 12. Admission 25 cents. Reserved seats 35 cents. Reserved seats now on sale at Jones' Cierar Store. 98 Church street. GAME CALLED AT 9 P. M. mlO at Wctk Commencing Monday, SSarcli 12th. matinees : Monday, Wednesday, Fri day and Saturday. REILLY & WOOD'S BIG SHOW ! The Largest and Best Vaudeville Company in the World. Museum Hall, Prof. Giovanni and his Trained Birds. M GllAJil) CONCERT Given by M. M PONASOFP In the fa. ja. ;jn t - i-l-m jlz i jla.v MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1S. Reserved seats SU "5c. General admission fOc. Tickets for sale at Steinerfs and Lcomis'. m6 tu,f,s,m Thursday Evcnin.March 15at S. Only appearance this season of the BOSTON SYMPIIOX ORCHESTRA. 66 Performers. 66 IHr. William GerlcKe, Conducter. SOLOISTS: Fr. Li II i Kalisch-Lehmann, Dramatic Prima Donna of the Metropolitan Opera Company. II err Paul Kalisch, Lyric Tenor from the Imperial Opera, Berlin. . PROGRAMME. Overture, Buy Bias Mendelssohn Aria, Armlde Qluck Fr. Kalisch-Lehmann. Symphonic Overture to Shakespeare's Othel lo Krug Aria, Fridelio , Beethoven Herr Kalich. Scherzo Capriccicso Dvorak Vorspiel und Liebestod from 'Tristan und Isolde" Wagner Soprano, Fr. Kalisch-Lehmann. Tickets novr on sale at Hyperion Theater, ml 4t mtstenanecras. VIATHUSHE "Tried and Triumphant." i Unequalled in Richness and Depth of Tone. CREAT CAPACITY OF VIBRATION S AND DURABILITY. c u. iHB4..,,MAni nvnr 12 months In i process of construction. Best materials J and finest worKmansnip. FULLY WARRANTED. SThey will last j Sa life-time and keep In tune at one-. If quarter the expense or any oiner piano, I OVER 1 7,OOQ IN USE I )6end for full descriptive pamphlet and a prices to r THE TREAT & SHEPARD CO., I SST ORANGE STREET NEW HAVEN, CONN. S ALSO n i BRIDGEPORT," MERIDCN. DANBURY. STAM-S t FORD. MIDDLETOWN OR WEST WlNSTEO. SSOLI AOINTa FOR THE STATC OF CONNECTICUT j This is the Top of the Genuine Pearl Top Lamp Chimney. All others, similar are imitation. .This exact Label is on each Pear". Top Chimney ' A dealer may say and think he has others as good, BUT HE HAS NOT. Insist upon tbe Exact Label and Top. FOR SALE EVEIfYWHEREj MADE ONLY BY DEO. A. MACBETH & CO., Pittsburgh, Pa. Duplex Corset Integrity of material and mate. Gives suppleness, ease and elegance to the form. Can be depended upon for satisfactory service. Warranted. Sold everywhere for One Dollar. Sample sent post-paid on receipt of price. BORTREE H'F'G. CO., JACKSON, MICH. TRADE- MvW To.AmE MARK. M"K