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FAIR HAVEN.
Oyster Planting: Beenn Yesterday-
People Who Are 111 General Notes
and Jottings.
The first planting of seed oysters was com
menoed yesterday by Chapman & Co. The
stock was recently brought from Virginia in
a schooner. The beds on which the plants
are deposited are for the most part situated
in the harbor in the vicinity of the beach. It
has bsen found that young oysters brought
from Virginia improve wonderfully fast and
inorease in size very rapidly if left in north
ern waters for a few months.
Mrs. Hubbard, wife of Deacon Charles N,
nuooard, who has been ill with pneumonia
for over a month continues to improve, and
will probably be about azain in a few weeks.
Despite the bad weather Monday night Tan
Phou Lee's lecture os China at the Grand
avenue Baptist church was quite satisfac
tory.
Mrs. Lucius Rowe has been ill with neur
algia for several weeks past.
Uncle Willis Bunnell, Fair Haven's vfjgl
known pedestrian, is to enter the 27-hour
walking matoh which begins at the rink
next Friday night. Uncle Willis is over 60
years old but is still able to make excellent
time. He once walked in a six-dav eo-as-yon-
please contest at Central Hall and made over
350 miles. The day after the walk he ap
peared as fresh and lively as ever, and at
tended to his regular business. Uncle Willis
thinks he is in as good condition to walk
now as he was then, and he will be apt to
give some of his younger comdetitors a close
rub.
Henry Gessler has fitted up1 an apartment
for his fifteen canary birds. Mr. Gessler is
quite a bird fancier and has had a good deal
ot success in raising canaries.
Moses Jones, a well known colored resident
who was disabled in the war, has been laid
up a good deal along back, although he is able
to De aoout now. is inends think he is en
titled to a pension.
Fair Haven storekeepers are comnlainincr
as bitterly of the dull times at present as
are the city storekeepers. They say that
they have scarcely ever seen business so quiet
as it is at present.
At the meeting of the Christian Endeavor
unions at the Second church Monday night
tier. a. jr. miner delivered a nne address on
"Missionary work in Africa."
Hiss Bertha Ives is home from the semina
ry during the spring vacation. Miss Huntoon,
also a seminary lady, is visiting her.
THE COURT RECOKI).
Superior Conrt Civil
Side Jndee
Fenn.
The case of Cooper vs. Phillips, of Bir
mingham, for malpractice, was continued
before Judge Fenn yesterday. Dr. Carmalt,
Dr. Bacon, Dr. Shelton, Dr. Penney and Di-
Welch gave expert testimony. The testimo
ny is not all in yet.
Decision In tbe Kitchen Will Case.
Judge Fenn yesterday rendered his deci
sion in the Kitchen will case. The case was
arged on Friday last. Hugh Kitchen left
$1,200 in trust for the son of his eldest son.
Joseph Kitchen. Then he bequeathed $3,400
to three other children of Joseph Kitchen,
he supposing at that time that Mrs. Kitchen
was pregnant. Her oondition was wronalv
diagnosed and it left but three heirs. The
oldest one had already been provided for.
The question arose should the $3,400 be
equally divided between the oldest son and
the other two. or between onlv the two. An
nie and Frank. Judge Fenn has decided
that the tbree rejlduarv leeatees are entitled
to the $2,400, instead of three pro rata
shares. This eivea $800 aDiece to Annie
and Frank, while the third $800 will be divi
ded between them and their oldest brother.
Corfcam vs. Town of Ilanaden.
The case of Eueene Gorham vs. the Town
of Hamden will come up in the oivil id of
the Superior court to-day. This is a suit to
recover five thousand dollars damages. The
plaintiff claims that some time ago he was
driven from Hamden to Centerville with his
wife, and by reason of the defective oondi
tion of the highway his carriage was over
turned and his wife thrown out and serious
ly injured, he himself sustaining injuries of
a less serious nature. nW T,inlv .nrl
Hamilton appear for the plaintiff, and Ailing
ami Amne ior aerendant. .
Conrt of Common Ple&a Civil Side
Jndge Stndley.
The cose of the Strowbridge Lithograph
company vs. Manager Horace Wall, ef the
New Haven Opera House, came up before
Judge Studley yesterday. The suit is
brought to recover $750 for lithographing.
Mr. Wall was at one time an English aotor
and was a great friend of Ned Sothern, the
great actor. Afterward he became his mana
ger and the theatrical combination was run
under the name of Sothern and Wall. The
latter claims that Mr. Sothern assumed all
responsibility for the printing and agreed to
pay for it. He therefore refuses to pay the
bill. . Walter Pond appeared for the defend
ant and W. A. Wright for the plaintiff.
City Conrt criminal
side Jndie
Thompson,
Violation of Sunday Honor law John
Creegan, continued to April 1.
trespass onn Uoldea, $5 fine and $8.84.
Drunkenness John CahilL 5 fin. m.r,A
$5.24. Charles Creegan, continued to March
28.
Conrt Note.
The case against Thomas Creegan, who
was arrester! Monday night for a violation of
the Sunday liquor law, was continued in the
City conrt yesterday. He was represented
i ... .
" J- ox' hn Clanoy is
r -jrreepa,ina;.
John Golden, a young man, was in the
City court yesterday charged with trespass
ing. It seems that ha entered a caboose be
longing to the Consolidated road and built
fire in the stove. Officer Dennehy arrested
him. There were othur youths with Goldtn,
but all bnt ho esoar.d. He was fined $5
and $0.84 costs. He appealed to the Court
of Common Pleas. John Hardman of 32
Walnut street went 'eonds for him.
C1IQPVS NOTES.
A Comparison or Ensllsb and Ameri
can Intercolleclata Sparta Mora
News From the nine Brlernentlon
College closes at 0:30 this morning.
The class day committee held another
meeting last evening.
A large number of college men left the
city yesterday and there will be a large
exodus to-day.
The candidates for the Mott Haven team
will remain in town and training during the
recess.
In the game at Philadelphia en Saturday
with the Athletics, Yale will present Stagg
and Dann as her battery, and the Athletics
Mattimore and Gunning.
Several improvements have been made in
the cottage at the Field and by the close of
the recess a large dressing room will be ready
for use.
The second chess tournament; has been
postponed nntil after the recess, when en
tries will be received.
Eev. H. P. Nichols addressed the last of
the Berkeley assooiation'a Tjtntan sarvipas In
Dwight hall last evening.
The Record board has re-elected Mr. Ar
thur E. Jenka chairman and Mr. Joseph G.
Ewing financial manager.
Trainer M, J. Murphy has arrived and yes
terday afternoon had several men practice
starting on the Gym. lot. As soon as the
snow clears from tbe track at the Field prac
tise will begin there. The most promising
candidates will be sent to the training table,
which will open about ten days after the re'
cess. A professional sprinter has also been
engaged who runs all sorts of races. Several
men have been entered for the Twelfth regi
ment games on April 2 and ' the tug-of-war
team will pull against Columbia and Prince
ton at the Twenty-third regiment games on
the 7th.
' The nine will not leave on its trip to-night
as was expected, for the first game arranged,
the one with Hill school of Pottetown and
down for to-morrow, has been caneelled.
The game on Friday at Philadelphia with
the University of Pennsylvania it is hoped
may be played, and if it is Hevworth will
pitch to Dann or Oaborn, while in Satmidav'a
game with the Athletics Stagg will pitc'b to
Dann.
An article in yesterday's Yale News sa's:
In comparing the intercollegiate records of
tne country with those of England we find
the following facts: In the broad jump we
do not equal tbe Englishmen, bnt in the
high jump our : records are much better.
In the long distance events our time is some
what slower, bnt in the short distance the
records are abont the sama. Tn nnttinor tha
shot we have done better, while the records
in throwing the hammer show abont an eanal
amount of ability. In the hurdle race we
are still inferior.
Everything which belongs to pure, healthy
blood is imparted by Hood's Sarsapaiglla. A
trial will oonvinct yon of ita merit.
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What Xou Friends and Neighbors Say
n a natter of Vital Imparlance.
Below will be found a sample of the mul
titude of letters of encouragement Messrs,
H. H. Warner & Co., of Kdehester, N. T.,
daily receive. The subjoined unsolicited
testimonials are from yonr friends and
neighbors, ladies and gentlemen you know
and esteem for their honor and straight,
forwardness, and who would seorn to be a
party to any deception. What has been
done for others oan be done for yon, and it is
folly, nay suieidal, to lonxer suffer when
the means of recovery lie at your very door
Hakttobd, Conn., Jan. 4, 1888. Having
myself tested them, 1 can nnreservedly tes
tify to the emoaey of " Warner's Safe Care"
and "Warner's Safe Pills," in eases of kid
ney and liver complaints. For some time I
had been troubled with weak kidneys and a
torpid liver, it being indiaated by pains
across my back in the region of my kidneys
at times sharp and pieromg ana a stiff
ness in my limbs and body, partlealarly de
monstrated in the meraing while arising
frem the bed. 1 was advised to try "War
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Pills." I did so, and after taking the same
fer same time, I found that I had obtained
complete relief and Cure from the pains 'i:
my kidneys, and the stiffness in my limbs
and body, they all havine disappeared.
than t s to yonr- remedy, "Warner's Safe
Pills," acting in connection with "Warner's
Safe Cure," entirely dispelling the torpid
conditions of my liver.
Ex Sheriff Hampden Co., Haas. Frop'r City Hetel.
New Haten, Conn., (19 Trumbull St.)
Dec. 19, 1887. I was induced to try "War
ner's Safe Cure" for congestion of the liver
and inflammation of the bladder. I had
suffered considerably therefrom, without ob
taining any particular benefit from the med
icines that were prescribed. I began the
use of "Warner's Safe Cure" and "Warner's
Safe Pills."- This was over a year ago. At
that time I had severe pains in my back and
nnder the ribs in my right side, in the region
of my liver. Also pains in the lower part of
my abdomen, dizziness, sour stomach, and
no appetite. There have been times that I
was almost prostrated with pain. "Warner's
Safe Cur" and "Warner's Safe Pills" en
tirely cured me of all those difficulties. I
might say they made me feel like a new persofl.
I took altogether 25 or SO bottles. In faot, I
keep it on. hand and take whenever I am feel
ing a little nnder the weather. I have also
taken considerable of "Warner's Safe Ner
vine," and been greatly relieved from sleep
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Hartford, Ct., Jan. 7, 1818. Having had
an occasion to take "Warner's Safe Cure"
for kidney difficulties, pains in my back and
retention of the urine, etc, I am gratified to
be able to state that I was afforded perma
nent benefit and complete relief by the use
of the same. I do not exaggerate when X
say that it is a wonderful remedial agent
for kidney and liver diseases, and I most
earnestly -recommend it to these who are
suffering.
Manager of the Taft Manufacturing Co.
Nxw Havzn, Conn., (146 Bradley Street),
Dec. 17, 1887. More than a year and a half
ago I was quite low with sugar diabetes.
It had been coming on me for some time.
First indicated by a languid and depressed
feeling, followed at times by excessive thirst
and an unusual flow of water. My physician
pronounced it sugar diabetes, and an analysis
of my urine that was made showed a large
percentage of sugar. I was treated for the
same, put on diet, etc., but steadily grew
worse. I had a severe pain and a bearing
down pressure on the top of my head. I
also bloated considerably. I grew no better,
and was finally advised by a friend who had
been greatly benefited by the nse of "War
ner's Safe Cure," and who in consequence
had great faith in the remedies to try "War
ner's Safe Diabetes Cure." The first few
bottles certainly gave me great relief. The
pains in my head subsided, my bloating be
gan to disappear, also the excessive thirst,
and tbe now or water was considerably lees,
My improved condition at that time was suf
ficient to fully establish my faith in the re
medies, and I continued taking the "Safe
Diabetes Cure" until completely cured. A
second analysis of my urine showed not the
slightest presence of sugar. I must have
taken altogether a dozen bottles or more, al
so some of "Warner's Bate Fills."
STATE COHHESPONDENCE.
North Haven.
March 27. The Congregational church
and bt. John's church are to hold Fast day
et vices ou r riuay at tne usual nourof morn
ing service.
frotessor Hibbard is to give readings in
Memorial hall on Wednesday evening, April
iu,iuuigiawri 01 tne veteran soldiers'
association.
A special school meeting was held In dis
trict JNo. 4 on Saturday afternoon. Rev.Wm.
Lusk chairman. The report of the building
committee was presented and accepted. It
was voted to rescind the vote of a previous
meeting that the old school house and site
be sold. Voted, That a tax of seven mills
on the dollar on the list of 1887 be laid, to
become due October 1, 1888. . Also voted,
that a further sum of $300 be appropriated
to furnish the new building and site, thus
making the whole expense of buildinor and
Bite $3,600. H. H. Sobinson was elected tax
collector, to receive as compensation one per
ueni. on amount collected.
ne rain storm of last W ednesday was so
serere that the water ran in the streets and
prevented walking. Mr. M. A. Bassett was
obliged to saddle one of his horses and take
to the school house for his daughter Edna to
ride home on, the water in the road being
over tne top or ner ruooer beots a good share
of the way. The snow on both sides of the
road, like the banks of a river, kept the wa
ter in the path.
The annual meeting of the First Ecclesias
tical society was held in the basement of the
Congregational church on Monday afternoon
at 1:30 o'clock. E. D. S. Goodyear was
chosen chairman. S. B. Thorpe was elected
clerk for one year and C. B. Smith treasurer.
The report of the treasurer and collector was
accepted. The finances were reported in
good condition. C. B. Foote declined a re
election as a member of the society's com
mittee, and B. W. Smith was elected for
three years. Whitney Elliott was elected
collector. G. J. Merz and William Vandor
en were appointed tythingmen for the ensu
ing year. The meeting was harmonious and
well attended. The sale of seats in the
church took place immediately after the
meeting. Whitney Elliott and S. B. Thorpe
were tne sellers.
H. O. Divine left yesterday morning for a
trip through the Naugatack valley, visiting
xrienas in Seymour and Water bury.
Klirard.
March 27. Ex-Postmaster J. E. Clark,
Samuel A. Nettleton and Deacon Bristol
have been in New Haven the past week serv
ing on tne jury.
U. Li. .Nettleton has sold his hotel at Mead
ow s Eend to parties from Bridgeport.
air. and Mrs. William tsotsford, 01 Chica
go, are in town fer a visit among friends.
special Kaster musio will be given in the
First ehurch next Snnday at the morning
and evening services.
rhe Miuord postoffiee will be closed on
Friday from 1 to 6:30 o'clock. .
A fine programme of Easter music will be
a prominent f eatnre -of the services at St.
Peter's chnrch Sunday morning and evening.
rne Minora Liyceum UDrary nope soon, to
open their new room with such books as the
funds on hand will purchase. A list of stan
dard work on history, biography and other
subjects has been made and anyone wishing
to aaa to tne nit is privileged to do so. Oth
ers whe may desire-to aid this good work can
give any amonnt their generosity may prompt
w. x is oumeiB arm Attorney ueo. m
Gtann, Acting PrsS- Geo. J. Smith. Sao-
David L. Clarke, Treas., and Wallace Chase,
upranan.
Cards are received by the friends of Mies
Lnry Treat and Charles Smith for their wed
ding ceremony, which will take place on Wed
nesday evening, March 28th, in the Union
chapel, Woodmont.
An appeal is made by the buildine com
mittee of the new soldiers' monument for
more stone for tne foundation, which is con-
tracted to be laid in April. . They will appre
ciate uenRuons irom tnose wno can give them
help in this direction.
A birthday party was eiven Master TCd-
mund Tibbals last Saturday afternoon in
honor of his attaining his twelfth vear.
Thirty of his companions participated in the
I celebration and enjoyed the games and
1 amusements as well as other important fea
tures of the occasion which were provided
for their pleasure ot the residence of his
grandmother, Mrs. Samuel Gunn.
Mr. Joseph E. Piatt's residence nirrnwlv
escaped being consumed by fire recently, bnt
fortunately it waa-discovered in time to pre
vent serious damage. It is supposed a spark
must have fallen on the table cover while the
hanging lamp was being lighted, for when
Mrs. Piatt returned to the room a few mo
ments later it was ablaze. Mr. Piatt was ap
proaching home and seeing the condition of
things rushed into the honae and gathering
the burning articles threw them out of doors
and no further harm resulted.
General state News.
DIED IN CANTON.
" One of the oldest men of Canton Center,
PhiloB. Bristol, died March 18, aged 85
years. He had lived in town over 60 years.
A prVTDEND ON NEW ENGLAND STOCK.
New York, Maroh 27. The direetors of
the New England railroad to-day declared a
dividend ot o per cent, on preferred stock,
payable May 1.
FIRES.
A large barn belonging to P. F. Henebry.
at Danbury, was burned Monday night with
its contents. Loss $d,UUU; insurance, $1,000.
The fire was probably caused by a careless
smoker.
N. S. Gilbert's four story building on Nor
wich street was burned down at noon Mon
day. Loss, $5,000, and insured. Firemen
Sherry and Melnnis- were hurt and narrowly
escaped suffocation.
The Gelston house and livery stable con
nected at Goodspeed'a Landing was sold Fri
day to New York gentlemen, for $6,500.
When built and first furnished it was at a
cost of nearly $17,000.
TBS ICE PARTED.
The ice parted jnst below the Air Line
bridge at Middletown Monday and moved
down about 200 feet, closing the opening in
front of the steamboat dock. A rowboat
made trips across the riveMonday afternoon
below the bridge, carrying passengers.
HARTFORD PROHIBITION NOMINATIONS.
At caucus of the prohibitionists of Hartford
Monday evening the following nominations
were made: For Mayor, DeWitt C. Pond; for
city clerk, J. Allen Youngs; for city treas
urer, Francis A. Cnmmings; for city collec
tor, Frederick L. Porter; for citv auditor,
William H. Stockwell; for city marshal, L.
W. Bartlett.
y AFTER MANY YEARS.
Mrs. Jane O. Stedman, a Hartford seam
stress, has recently heard of the death at Oak
land, Cal., of her husband, from whom she
was separated ten years ago on account of his
intemperance. He leaves a family and a for
tune and Mrs. Stedman will take steps to get
possession of her share of his property as Bhe
never heard of any divorce proceedings.
FORMERLY OF ROCKY HILL.
Mr. Charles B. Goodrich, who died in New
York a few days since, was a Eocky Hill
man, and a brother of Mr. Ephraim Good
rich. For seventeen years from about 1850,
when the St. Nicholas hotel, on Broadway,
was in the full tide ofbusiness, Mr. Charles
Goodrioh was the chief purchaser for the
wine snpply of the house. He died at the
age of 72.
A NEW HAVEN ITALIAN KILLED IN WATERBURY.
Waterbttby, Conn., March 27. Nicholas
Bernadettie of New Haven, an Italian, who
came here to work on the last section of the
Meriden and Waterbnry railroad two weeks
ago, was killed at 10 a. m. to-day, by the
caving of a bank near the Scoville company's
canal. When the cave ooenrred the laborers
got out of the way except this man. . He
was caught in the frozen earth and stones,
and had to be dug out. The other Italians
grew furious at the horrible death of their
companion, and seemed to be under the im
pression that the foreman was responsible.
They would have made trouble but for the !
interference of the police.
Tne Camlns Comet.
It is fancied by a grateful patron that the
next comet will appear in the form of a huee
bottle having "Golden Medioal Discovery"
inscribed upon it in bold characters. Wheth
er this conceit and high compliment will be
verined remains to be seen, but Dr. Pierce
will continue to send forth that wonderful
vegetable compound and potent eradicator of
disease. It has no equal in medicinal and
health-giving properties for imparting vigor
and tone to the liver and kidhevs. in purify
ing the blood and through it cleansing and
renewing the whole system. For scrofulous
nnmors and consumption or lung scrofula in
its early stages it is a positive specific. At
druggists .
Advice to raatners.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Svrup for chil
dren teething is the prescription of one of
th. beet female nurses and physicians in tue
United States, and has been used for forty
years with never failing success by millions
or motuers ior tneir onuaren. 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 yie motner. fnee aoc a bottle.
aOmwfatwly
Tnrn tne Haacala Out
now means tnrn out the waste which the
hearty food and indoor life of winter has
left in the blood. Paine's Celery Compound
will do it. It cleanses the blood and at the
same time restores healthy aotion in the
bowels, kidneys and liver. mS6 Steod
Wnen Baby was sick, we gavo he; C. ASTORIA,
When she was a Child, she cried for C ASTORIA.
When she became Miss, she clung to C ASTORIA.
When Che had Children, she gave them C ASTORIA, j
OOUGHonCORNS
HARD OR
SOFT CORNS
I5c.
R0UGH"T00THACHE
INSTANT
RELIEF.
I5c.
Grandest
fclOOERH DA'
FDRtTaNUPTDN
GOES DIRECT TQ WEAK 5PDT5.
Don't allow yourself to break. Keep up
Y outh. Health. ViEor. As mnd at SO vnars as st
23, as Rood at 75 as at 40. At the first signs of
(roing back begin the use of Wells' Health Rx
NawER. Rejuvenates lagging vital forces, causes
the blood to course through the veins as in youth.
For woakmen.deJirtafce womAn Piiiyw nvcnn.
ia, Brain or Nervous Weakness, Exhausted
Vitality, Restores Vigor. $1.00. .Druggists or
Express. E. 8. Wells. Jersey City, N. J.
chu-Paiba.S'cS;
"""'j " xwmr-j , oiuduer ana urinary aiseases.
Catarrh c
Ider. &c. SI. IrnicTtstM
E. 8. Wells, Jersey City, N. J.
The Best in the World!
SPERRY & BARGES'
5i? vi-?
9V.
SHOULDERS.
BREAKFAST
BACON
and
SAUSAGE
Are Guaranteed
THE BEST IN THE
MARKET.
Onr KETTLE LaRD
Is strietlv Pare and
Free frem All Adul
teration. LOOK CAREFULLY FOR TH5 BRAHD.
We manufacture all Roods bearlniz -.-!
brand at our packing house, New Haven.
SPERRi" & BARNES, Kew Haven, Conn.
HEPJilAJESTY'S
than any other made In
EUROPE or AMERICA,
BECAUSE
I-aI it is the only corset ever made
1 Vl ' that will reduc tht tiza and Inorease the .
MM length of toe waist of Fusbt Lames
without injurious tight lacing.
() IT 13 THE BEST SPINAL SUPPORTER
II ever made, and it supports equally well tho
J anaomenandau ether parts of the bod;,
f3 IT IS PROOF AGAINST PERSPIRATION
jjfl and moisture. Will neither torrodt or
M toil the underwear, stretch or break at the
waist. v The bones never move or come out la wear.
4th,
IT NEVER CHANGES ITS F0R1L
always retaining Its original shape; It Is
invaluable to young ladies, because it re
moves and prevents stooping and round shoulders.
5t&,
THIS COESET MUST KOT EE MORE
than t Inchet matter than the size of your
vxAft when measured tiehtlv rive vonr
ureas, xi bo oruereu no vortet Maker can make
one to order lot any price) that willS.tas welJ.Or
with as much ease and comfort, or give' eucn a
magnificent form.
PBIMDESS OF WALES CO., N. t, KFfiS.
. Kept In stock and recommended by
Wilcox ic Co.
m (Shaven mm
WHY
A Sec-Saw market Tne 1.1st Sharply
Raided About Noon and Prices
Forced Down All Aronnd.
New York. March 27.
The market was alternately strong and weak to
day, with a moderate volume of business. The
opening was strong, at advances extending to i4 per
cent., and while the business done in the forenoon
was monopolized by five or six stocks, there was a
firm to strong tone with the coalers most conspicu
ous. The best prices of the day were reached
about noon, when a raid began and Reading and
Northwestern showed -the most weakness, though
the decline extended to the entire active list. In
the last hour slight fractions were regained and the
market closed about steady at a little better thin
the lowest figures. Railroad bonds were dull, sales
reaching $01,000.
Closing; prices reported over the private wires of
BUNNELL & 8CRANTON. Bankers and Brokers:
Bid Asked
American Cotton SeedOii . . .
Altonat Terre Haute
Alton & Terre Haute Pf d . . .
Atlantic & Pacific
Boston & N. Y. Air Line
.. 26S
.. 36
.. TO
-- 8?b
.. 96
..121)4
,.. 45
... 4
.. 804
.. 87!
.135
4
. IK
.. 12
.. 81
s2
.. &x
.. i6
. .127J
...105)4
.. 17)4
.. 45
2696
37
8
S3
122
47
Burlington Quincy
C. C.C.4 1
Canada Southern
Canadian iracinc
Central Pacific
Chicago & Alton..
Cnesapease& Ohio. . . . .. .
Chesapeake & Ohio, 1st Pf d . .
Chesapeake Sc. Ohio 2iL.Pfd .
Chic. St. Louis & Pitts
Chic., St. Louis & Pitts Pfd .
Cin. W. B
Cm, W. B. Pfd
Colorado Coal
Columbus & Hocking Valley
Del. Lack. & Western
Del. & Hudvon Canal
Denver & Rio Grande
Denver & Rio Grande Pfd ..
East Tenn.. Va A fla
4954
ei
28)4
140
m
4H
2
is
36
3
33
18
127
105H
IB
46
9
East Tenn., Va. & Ga. 1st. Pfd 55'
60
East Tenn., Va. &Ga 2d Pfd 18)4
19)4
r.i 10 S3ia
Erie Pfd 53
Erie & Western 12)4
Erie and Western preferred 42
Express Adams ... . 140
American 107
Unltea States., 70
Wells, Fargo 130
Houston and Texas -.. . 12
Illinois Central 115
Kansas & Texas 12
Lake Shore 88?
Louisville & Nashville 52
Manhattan Elevated 8B)4
Michigan central 77
33
13
109
72
140
18
117
13
89
88
78
50
Mil.. L. Shore & Western 40
Mil.. L. Shore & W. pfd 80
Zninn. & fct.Louis 3
7
14
xinn. St. Louis ptd 10
Missouri Fac 76)6
Mobile & Ohio g
Nashville & CtiatcanoOKa 75)4
New Central Coal 10
Newjerser Central.. 77
New York Centra! 104)4
New YOrx & Ixew Eng 31J
Hocking Coal & Iron 20)4
N. i.. tjiisa. sc "west fak
N. Y., Susq. & West, pfd 28
N. Y., C. x St. Louis 1354
N Y., C. a. Si. Louis pfd 64
N. Y.. N. H. & Hartford. 215
Norfolk & Western 15
Norfolk Sc. West pfd 43)4
Northern Pacific 20)4
Northern Pacinc pfd 43
Northwest 105J4
Northwest pfd 139
Oil Certificates 80
Ohio it Mississippi 1t
Omaha 34
Ontario & Western. 15)4
Oregon Navigation 87
Oregon Transcontinental 18
Pacific Mail 31
Peoria. D. and Evansviiie 16)d
Pullman Car Co 137
Beading 5594
Biehmond & West Point 20J4
Richmond & W. P. pfd 61
Rock Island 110
76
76
77)4
104
3
14
66
222
17
43)4
21
43)4
106
139
"O74
18)4
34)4 I
18)4
31)4
16
139'
5534
21)4
01)4
110)4
35
San Francisco 34)4
ban Francisco pfd 68
San Francisco 1st pfd 109
si. Paul 70
St. Paul pfd 110U
St. Paul and M or
64
no)4
70J4
113
87
6t. Paul Duluth 47
48)4
94
21)4
St Paul & Dnluth.pfd 91
Texas Pacific 21
Union Pacific 50
Wabayh jaw
Wabash pf.l alU
Western Union Tel ...... .. . 73)4
Wheelina- & Lake Erie 4X
73
DO
25
Tenn. Coal & Iron 25)4
government bon!s closed as follows:
Vts, "91 reg 106)4al07
s)Si "1 coup :06)ial07
s. 190,, res 124)4al24)
4, 1907, coup.. ...:..2C)4alf5)
luiiciiuj w, tfii ., ........... ....... 1U
Currency 6s, '90. .2-)6
Currency os. '97 .25)4
Currency 6s, '98 .27)4
uurrencv oa. lv . ,.:30
Chicago Urain and Provtsiuu Market,
Closing quotations Reported ovnr Prlvatr wit,
to JBdwln Rows Co., CommlsGir.: Mer-
enaata40S New Yorkproduca Exc-..-. . Nuw
York.
The following shows the quotation a: ! P. 1.
(Chicago time) f-,r the past three days:
March 21. March 26. March 27
fMar....
i May. . .
IJune...
( Mar. . .
May. .
(June .
(Mar...
I June..
(Mar....
May...
( June. ..
... TH
... 77
- 40
... 50
40J4
...1S.25
...18.87)4
...13.37)4
... 7.22U
... 7.47)3
.. 7.50
72)4
aa
47)4
50?
50)4
13.35
13 37)4
13.37)4
7.45
7.50
7.55
72)4
Wheat
77j
48)i
50?4
51)4
13.30
Pork
13.42)4
13.42)4
Lard
7.57)4
STOCKS AND BONOS FOR SALE.
10 shares N. Y., N. H. & Hartford RR. Co.
50 shares Danbury and Norwalk R. H.
20 shares Yale National Bank.
100 shares N. H. County National Bank.
50 shares Adams Express Co.
25 shares Consolidated Rolling Stock Co.
5 shares N. H. Electric Light Cc.
40 shares Grilley Company.
50 Bhares N. H. Northampton R. R.
$1,000 New Haven (Fair Haven) Water Co. 7's
$5,000 Housatonic R.R. 5s of 1937.
WESTERN FARM f.OAX3.
Principal and interest guaranteed by the
New England Trust Company.
W.T. HATCH & SONS,
BANKERS.
KIMBERLY & BARKER,
Western Farm and City Loans.
Principal and interest guaranteed by
LU.T1UAK1) INVESTMENT CO.
Capital (paid in $1,150,000
Assets, January 81, 1888 3,256,013 I
Local Securities Bought and Sol.
lo. 69 Orange Street.
mhl
Bonds and Stocks for Sale.
$8,000 New Haven & Northampton 6 per ct. bond.
.1 it 1 v, .7 n. . ....
i,uw i.vw uaveu i own o per cent. ooau.
50 shares Shore Line Railway stock,
lu shares Albany A Susquehanna RR. stock.
100 shares L. Candee Co. 'a stock.
BUNNELL & SCR ANTON,
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
T3a Arn 734 oiiapbl itrrrt,
VERMILYE & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Bealeruln Investment Securities.
9io. 13 and la Nassau 81.,
Stoiis For Sale.
50 shares Boston & New York Air Line pfd stock.
50 shares Conn. & Passumps c River RR. Co.
stock. Guaranteed.
10 shares National Tradesmen's Bank stock.
20 shares So. New England Telephone Co. stock
25 shares National Pipe Bending Co. stock.
50 shares Bridgeport Electric Light Co. stock.
10 shares New Haven Electric Co. stock.
II. C. WAKREN & CO.,
87 Orange Street.
DEFY
BURGLARY, FIRE,
FORGERIES,
BY HIRING A SAFE IN THE VAULT
safe Deposit Co.
Annual rental of safe from FIVE to STXTV.-DOT-
lakh. Absoluts security for Bonds, Stocks, Willi
Bullion. Plate. Jewelrv. Precious Stones and a
evidences of value. Access to vault through the
Daoaing room ot tne MJSJiAniu' bajnjl.
72 Church, corner Center Street.
Coupon rooms for convenience of natrons. All
persons interested are cordially invited to inspect
the company's premises. Open from 9 a, m. to 8
Thomas R. Trowbmdgi. Prest.
f35 eod Chas. 11. Trowbrtdoe. Sec and Treas
8 Per Cent. Mortgages.
Security 3 to S Fold.
These are negotiated through the Kansas Loan
and Investment Co., one of the most careful and
conservative houses in this business, and have their
absolute guarantee in addition to the mortgage se
curity. Time one vear, (two coupons), making
them very dfsirable for those seeking temporary
investments. Also a rood sunolv of 5 vear T ner
cent, bonds in sums to suit.
JOSIS KGRLE1,
Office. S 1 4 Bnrr utreot
WESTERN FARM LOANS
For a High Rate of Interest,
With Absolute Security. .Inquire of
CLARENCE E. THOMPSON,
Successor to
SAMUEL Q. THORN,
flO Office TIM Orange Street. Room 13.
Perrler-Jouet Champacne
F. Magnums" (two quarts) for the holiday din
ner. All grades of clarets, Sherries and Ports
at very reasonable prices. .
aorf. Mm uaiuj a. uu;i,
dSO , 770 ObapelStreet.
The clearness of plate-glass windows is impaired by washing
them with soap containing resin, which always leaves a thin,
semi-transparent coating over the surface. Ivory Soap contains
no resin, and if used with .tepid water, a sponge to apply the soap
and water with, and a chamois to rub the window-pane dry, your
windows will prove the truth of the saying : " Clear glass is to a
house what beautiful eyes are to a woman."
A WORD OF WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the 'Ivory'
they ARE NOT, but like ail counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities
of the genuine Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it.
' - Copyright, 1886, by Procter & Gamble. '
STANLEY'S VAPOR
T71XTRACTINO TEETH WITHOUT PAIN
JJAS NO EQUAL FOR THAT PURPOSE.
JTO BAD RESULTS OR AFTER EFFECTS.
JNFINITELY BETTER THAN GAS OR ETHER.
jgEST METHOD YET DISCOVERED;
JELIABLE AND PLEASANT.
QNLY COMPOUND THAT IS ALWAYS
g AFE FOR VERY NERVOUS PEOPLE.
774 CHAPEL STREET. 774
Over Mendel & Freedman's Store.
PURE WHITE LEAD
AND
LINSEED OIL. .'
Jewell's, Atlantic and Bradley
. White Lead.
French Zinc in 12)4 and 25 lb. Cans.
We nave 1S4 desirable anadee of palnl
mixed and ground in oil.
Jewett's Pure Raw and Boiua)
Linseed Oil.
Bole scents for MASTTRY'S RAIT.RfiAn mr.
ORS and AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINTS, all of
which we warrant strictly pure and for sale at the
ewast market rates.
D. S. GLEOTEY & SOI,
Not. 370 and 373 State St.
aylO
NEAL'S
READY FOR USE.
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
396 AND 398
STATE STREET
Cornier Rni Mntr.
pXisjCJcHaucoui
$2.60.
This Week we are M ukln?
a
. Drive on a Large Lot of
Congress 'Kid Button
jslm? 92.00.
The Price is Much Under
Value.
M. Bristol & Sons,
854 Chapel Street.
f27eod
AGENTS WANTED,
-Permanent em
nlovment and irood
Pay. Outfit free. AridrAaa. irivincr .ea flnH rttfnr
once, witn stamp. c. L. YATES,
Nurseryman,
Rochester. K. V.
eodaw
K. y.i.te,
57, 59 & 61 ORATOEST.,
FURNITURE DEALERS
UNDERTAKERS,
Have the finest Painted Bedroom Suite In the oft
New Parlor Suits, Walnut Bedroom Suits.
The best Spring Bed for the money.
Splint, Rattan, Cane and Bush Seat Oba.rr -great
Tariety, as low as can be bought.
UNDEHTAKING
promptly attended to, night or day, with care.
. Bodies preserved without ice in the best manner.
Also Sole Aeents for Washburn 'b Deodoriue and
disinfecting Fluid.
A new lot of Folding Chairs a nil Ktoclsto rent fer
parties or funerals y8
VAULTS LU?. CESSPOOLS.
Have them attended to bciorc
yon make yonr. gardens and
be sure and send to
FA II fti II A S3.
who guarantees satisfaction.
Order book at R. n. rradi.ev fio.'S. is
State street. ROBT. VE1TCH a N'S. 974 Cbare-1
street J.T. LEIGHTON, 89 Broalway. P. O.
Box 8s. tli tv. Prompt attntion to orders.
J.W. Pond's Insurance Agency,
NO. 69 CHURCH STREET, ROOM KO. 10.
FIRB INSF7RANCK.
Oontinkktal Ins. Co. or N. Y. Assets $5,239,981 28
r IBKHAN 3 fPND Ins. Co. OF Cal. " 2,058,268 90
Union Iksurancs Co. of Cai " 1,161,383 00
ACCIDENT IMSTJRAISCK.
Tbavzueb's Ins. Co. of Hartford, " 9,111,589 68
Laree or small lines of insurance written on tha
most reasonable terms. Real estate sold and
money loaned. au26eod
THIf? PA PR." $2?StZ
M flM . ttatnsr Airancr of
Carria
Pals.
Report of the Board of Compen
sation for Assessment of Sewers .
and Pavements for Iay Street
Sewer.
rriO the Honorable Court of Common Council of
1 the Citv of New Haven:
The Board of Compensation for Assessments of
Sewers and Pavements, to whom was referred the
cost of a sewer in Day street, from Chapel to Mar
tin streets, for the assessment of benefits and the
apportionment of the cost of said sewer among the
parties interested therein, respectfully report that
mey nave aitenaea to we amy assignea to inem.
That thev caused reasonable notice to be eiven to
all persons interested in the said public improve- j
menc, in au respects pursuant 10 tne provisions ox
the charter of said city, to appear before them and
be heard in reference thereto, and they fully heard
at the time and place specified in said notice all
persons who appeared before them.
They therefore respectfully recommend the
adoption of the accompanying order.
Allof which is respectfully submitted.
A. H. KEIiLAM,
MICHAEL FITZ PATRICK,
SYLVANUS BUTLER.
Board of Compecsation for Assessment of Sewers
ana jravemenis.
Citv of New Haven. Januarv 27. 1R88.
Ordered That the sum of fifteen hundred and
fifty-six dollars and sixty-six cents be and is here
I by assessed upon the owners of property fronting
I vu awu vav on cct, uoiug uiujiuiuuutuauui
sonable part of the expense of constructing a se
iu naiu ashy bucci.
The names of each party and the amount of ben
efit assessed against each being herein particularly
staiea. viz.:
Mark M. Selleck $
Catharine Fitzgerald, wife of James Fitz
gerald Elizabeth M. K. Murphy, wife of Patrick J.
10(0
M 28
MurDhv. . .
52 50
Timothy W. Kehelpy, Margaret A. Sullivan
trustee
Michael Donavan
Patrick Tiernan
timothy M. Crowley...;
Henry M. Ailing
Alfred Howarth, 8d
Harriet A. Dickerman
William Piatt
Daniel Brennan
Philander C. Lessey.
Catharine R. Root, wife of James I. Root.
110 25
70 00
TO 00
52 68
52 SO
52 60
70 53
70 00
44 10
59 IS
87 50
47 25
44 19
44 19 I
John W. Whiting
uenry u. rorter
Howard A. Porter
Timothy J. Coe.
87 68
Estate or William Crow.Charlofte M. Crow
executrix, with life immi
70 70
Estate of Adah V. Franklin. William A.
Franklin executor
70 70
70 00
70 70
73 85
OS 50
55 IS
John Donovan
Jeremiah Donovan
Margaret J. Kehelev.
Estate of Patrick S.ullivan, Mary Sullivan
executrix, with life use
Charles Keuntxe
. Total $1,556 66
In Court Of Common naitnnil norantod
order passed and assessment ordered laid as re
ported. Approved March 21, 1888.
I'araoie March 28, 1888.
A true copy of record.
Attest: BERNARD J. SHANLEY,
marts 3t Citv Clerk.
Report of the Board of Compen
sation for Sewer in Munson
Street.
TO the Honorable Court of Common Council of
the City of New Haven :
lhe Board of Compensation for Assessment of
Sewers and Pavements, to whom was referred the
cost of a sewer in Munson street, from Canal street
to Dixwell avenue, for the assessment of benefits
ana uie apportionment or the cost of said sewer
among the parties interested therein, respectfully
report that they have attended to the duty assigned
to them.
That thev caused reasonable notion to be el vn tn
Oil persons interested in the said public improve
ment, in all respects pursuant to the provisions of
the charter of said city, to appear before them and
be heard in reference thereto, and they fully heard
at the time and plaee specified in said notice all
persons who appeared before them.
Thev therefore resnectfullv recommend the
adoption of the accompanying order.
All or wntcn is respectiuitv submitted.
A. H. KELLAM.
MICHAEL, FITZPA TRICK.
SYLVANUS BUTLER.
Board of Compensation for Assessment of Sewers
ana iravements.
City of New Haven, January 27, 1888. .
Ordered That the sum of forty-one hundred and
seventv-five dollars and sixtv -three cents be and is
hereby assessed upon the owners of property front
ing on said Munson street, being a proportional and
reasonable part of the expense of constructing a
sewer in said street.
Tbe names of each party and the amount of ben
efit assessed against each being herein particularly
stated, viz:
Emory Morse (Wallingford). $
SO 31
Elizabeth Wagner, wife of Joieph Wagner,
181 48
nxury u. msnup, wue ox jaaa w. cisnop,
John Schanzenbach, -
John W. Bishop,
Betsey Bradley (Forbes avenue. Annex),
Marie Louise Schlachter, wife of Frederick
D. Schlachter,
John H. Brodrick,
Sherwood S. Thompson,
Hiram H. Taintor.
658 00
61 43
61 43
61 43
61 35
61 43
61 85
61 25
61 25
344 75
70 CO
52 25
1,340 50
67 20
283 50
278 85
58 85
5 50
59 50
James B. Smith,
Joseph Sheldon, . ,
Ferdinand Pf leghar,
Johanna Dwver. wife of John Dwver.
Winchester Repeating Arms Company,
Norris W. Thompson.
Estate Richard T. Merwin, Robert T. Mer-
win executor,
Josephine Bates, wife of Beniamin F.
Bates.
Thomas O. Sloan,
Peter Mahlen,
Cornelia E. Twitchell, nee Beers, now wife
of James M. Beers,
Henry Strack,
210 00
Total, J.4,175 63
In Court Of Common nnnnnil Raai? nraantari
ordered casaed and ansessments ordered laid ah re
ported.
Approved March 81, 188.
Payable March 28, 1888.
A true copy of record.
Attest: BERNARD J. SHANLEY.
mar86 3t City Clerk.
WEAR AWICE FSEE I HOW TO ACT 1
-rtV Lost Vigor and Manhood Restored. Pre
01" mm mmt a - mature Aociins ana t unotional disorder,
VVKAil cured oithout Stomach Medicines. Sealed
j MliraM Trente sent free upon application.
riWIW MARSTQM CO.. 1 tflaee, H.w York.
in ii bw 1UPKOVKD
jrinrinuBU.Ul, M ado ftfr
tflifl HlM!itirriiirTknsn rni.a
Jen erativh Weakness, eiv-
Peon.
tlectric-.
tinnous, mild stoothing carrentj ol
lJJy through allwe.kVrtCre.tor-
to health and Vii
r-, .'i CTCt instantly
Ureatert ImprovementB over all
oronsotrenBtri. lectria
tuauouuj turtu in wiree month i
SAN DEW ELECTRIC C082
1-4 Broadway. New tom
0wPEHj
Uiood t etc. I. will Benda valt
I fects of yonthful er
manhood , etc I, will BerTda vahi&bia trtiti
.tnit,nninir full particulars for home cure, free of
rjQ?. F. C- FOWLER. Mooduii. Conn.
Mathey-Caylus
CAPSULES.
Thls wonderfnl discovery has been nsed for SO
3ars by the Pnysieians of Paris, London and New
York.wit&irreatBucoosa. TheBe Capsules are rape.
. recent or of Ions? standing. Thev are th rh,.
..... twuiaiunucBitu biioynmilliniIBOIUlC
in the market, coatins but TS oentsper bottle tit M
i tip con- r
s7
i 'There
were three crows
"ML
And they were black as crows could be."
.Alas, said one, "would I wero white
Instead of being black as night."
Such foolish wishing said his friends,
In. disappointment often ends.
But now, forsooth to make you white;
1 Will be an easy matter, auite.
! We'll wash vou well with
3 And. when vou're white,
That while you wonder at the feat,
j. our Happiness will be complete.
Behold Mm now as white as snow I
Wonder of wonders I saith the crow,
IT Fairy Soap will make black white
'Twill surely all the world delight.
And mistress, mother, nurse and maid
Will find themselves I know, well paid
The household needs both great and
For dishes, babies. Dots and pans.
For dirty clothes and milkmen's cans
Foirwoolen, cotton, dainty lace
For cleansing every dirty place. -Soap
that can make a black bird white
Wiu make whate'er is dingy bright.
Ivovistons, Xc.
Great Reduction in Beef,
Teal, Lamb, Mutton and
Poultry, at
E. SCnOXBEBGER's,
1, 2, 3, CENTRAL MARKET, CONGRESS AVE.
Everyone will save 20 per cent. mar24
I FRESH SHAD,
STRIPED BASS,
Guilford Clams,
Halibut Steak, Cod.
CAPONS,
Turkeys, Chickens.
W. D. JUDS0N,
S05 AND S07 STATE STREET.
DOWN TO 20 CENTS.
Strictly Fresh Eees onlv TWENTY CENTS per
aozen ana warrantea.
14 pounds standard Granulated Sugar, SI.
Other Sucrars in nronortion.
Fine grade Oolone and Japan Teas. 35c per
pound, s pounds ior l.
o pounos gooa grouna uonee, 91;
Best Salt Codfish 5c a pound.
Extra Yellow Turnips 40c a bushel.
6 pounds Best Oleo Butter, $1.
Table Butter 28c; 3 pounds for SI.
New Fies 8c nound: 3 nounds25c.
3 Dounds Raisins 25c. 3 sounds laree Table
prunes 23c. 0 pounds extra cooking prunes Z3C
We have a large stock of Canned Goods at low
prices. Golden Pumpkin 10c can. Our best Toma
toes 10c can.
Roasts of best quality beef 12c to 16c per pound.
aouna sieaa lzc to 10c per pouna.
Mutton and lambs1 legs 14c to 16c per pound.
Poultry received fresh Friday and Saturday.
J. H. KEARNEY,
ELM CITY CASH GROCERY,
T4 and 76 Coneress Ave,,
mar22
. mn st
TEE BEN TRUST BROKEN.
How Is Your Time.
1.000 dozen fine fresh Country Eggs at 20c per doz.
Every egg warranted fresh. The above lot of eggs
are not ordinary western eggs, but are tresn coun
try eggs, nc tor tne xaDie ana oniy zuc per aozen.
Good Western Eggs at 18c dozen.
New Maple Sugar only 14c pound.
1,000 dozen cans Guilford Tomatoes 10c can.
A good can Salmon at 15c can.
The finest Lobster at 16c can.
Sweet Corn at 10c can.
The best Marrow Peas at 10c can.
Snowflake Succotash at 15c ean; is delicious.
Bargains In Fruit.
Fine large sweet Porto Rico Oranges 25c dozen.
" " " Valencia Oranges 16c dozen.
" " Lemons at 10c dozen.
Butter Department.
A full line of fine Butter at low prices.
Gilt edge Elgin Creamery Butter 35c pound.
Snlendid Table Butter 28 and 30c nound.
Providence Dalrv and table goods at 18c nonnd.
A big bargain in fancy full Cream Cheese at only
idc pouna.
A few full Cream Cheese, a little sharp, 12c lb.
Fine Sage Cheese.
A splendid New Orleans Molasses 40c gallon.
Onr Pure Java Coffee
beats the world. Fresh roasted and ground to or
der for 30c pound. Don't be satisfied until you
have tried it.
The Best Valne In Tea to be had in the
city. l Duys 3 pounds ot the finest Oolong or
Japan or mixed Tea you ever saw for the money.
oniric iwuuu roc vva i, rest unut you nave riea it.
Many other grand bargains.
D. M. WELCH & SON.
38 and SO Congress Ave.
Branch No. 8 Grand St.
Telephone. mar22
Havana Cigars
DIRECT IMPORTATION!
A fresh consignment of favorite brands
Havana cigars ex steamship San Karoos jost
arrived. Will be ready for delivery abont
March 12th.
J.D. DEWT3LL & GO
233 to 339 State Street.
BE CAREFUL
That you do not pay more for COAL. BUTTER.
TEA or COFFEE than they are worth. Look out
ior oacKwooas aeaiers and country storekeepers
that ask you 85 cents a pound for Butter that is only
worth 80 cents, and then pacify you with a check or
present worth about a cent a bushel. Remember
mere is ohi reliable nrm where there is no ira
siuon practiced, ana where all goods are sold at
wuuiesaie prices.
Fresh Country Eggs 81c dozen.
Providence Dairy 18c pound.
Best Table Goods 80c pound.
Pure Tea 40c pound.
Java Coffee 85c pound.
Best Coal 7 a ton.
Clark owns his coal yard and store and can afford
iu Ben uuoap.
C. IV. Clark & Son,
31 Church Street.
100 Broadway, cor. Howe Street,
Remember this for the rest of
mis month. will sell Eggs at
retail lor wholesale prices.
native veal.
10c a pound Stew Veal.
18a80c pound Veal Chops.
25c pound Veal Cutlets.
16al8c pound Veal to Roast.
10c per qt.Genuine Cape Cod Cranberries.l0c per at
Prime Beer.
5 toH4c per lb. Fine Corned Beef from 5 to lie per lb
8 I 10 12c per lb. Choice pieces for roast from 8
10 12c per lb. The best steaks correspondingly
low. Pickled Pigs' Feet 7c a lb. Tripe 7c a
lb. Sheens' plucks 5c each.
Besides hundreds of more bargains in my line.
Orders called for and goods delivered to any part
of the city. Also telephone connection.
urnememmr tne place.
W. S. RICKEY'S,
lOO H road way, corner Howe Street.
CHOICE MAPLE SUGAR
- AND
MAPLE SYRUP.
Arlington White Wheat Meal,
Extra Sugar Cured Smoked
Tongues.
White Clover Comb Honey in 1 and 8 lb boxes.
New Bermuda Onions.
Colgate's Laundry Soap in 75 pound boxes.
Seasoned Laundry Soaps in 40 and 80 lb boxes.
A specialty.
Fresh Durham Creamery Butter
.very m. ucsoay.
COOPER & NICHOLS,
378 State Street.
Grand Avenue Cash Store.
Henkers Baking Powder 20c pound.
Kenton Baking Powder 30c pound.
No presents, but the value is in the powder itself,
Golden Gate Fruit, 3 cans $1.
Splendid Hickory Nuts 65c pectr; S quarts 35c.
A Tarietr of French Prunes. Evanoratprl Annloa
Peaches, Apricots and Raspberries. A nice assort
meat of Orarures from 13c to 35c dr-7 t WKiia
Batter. Butter.
We have a fine Dairy Butter from 25c to S2c.
Durham, in tub. Soc. We have in rolls Durham
i ... 1. if.,..;.!. O : n '
Uiasuiuuuijr auu luuiiutaiu oinilg creamery.
10 pound pail Lard $1 ; 3 pound pail 33c.
We are keeping up the aualitv of onr T uta
Ccffee, and our Royal Java is becoming quite a fa
vorite. Best quality of Meats always on hand
Goods delivered to anv part of the city. Telephone
T. 33. Uorttiop,
w ajrranfi Avenue.
P. S. Agent for N. Y. Health Food Co.'s Goods.
Another B lizz ard Has Struck Vg.
"pTOW come and get your Provisions before it is
too late.
rame Chicken 18c.
Porterhouse and Loin Steak, 20c
Round Steak, 14 and 16c.
Rack Steak, 10 and 18c .
Rib Roast, 16c.
Sugar Cured Hams, 13c.
Sugar Cured Shoulders, Be.
Plate Beef for Corning 5c.
Five dozen Eggs, fresh, f 1.
Sardines, per box, 8c.
Fresh Shoulders, lOe.
Canned Gondii of all Kind's.
VERY LOW. '
' The Place and Number,
STETEMS' MARKET, '
13 Coneress Avenue.
sat
Fairy Soap.
we fnndlv hnnn
small ;rAIRY
IS SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
MADE BY
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.
CHICAGO.
NEW HAVES STEAMMMT CO
Dally for New York-Pare Ue, Incln
lns berth Excursion Tickets (irood 6
caye)1.35.
Steamer C.H.NORTHAM,Capt.Wo!gemuth leave;
NewHaven 12 o'clock p.m., Sunday excepted. Stati
rooms sold at Peck & Bishop's, and at Klock'sDrus
Store. Steamer CONTINENTAL' Capt. 8tevena,
leaves New Haven at 18:15 a. m. Sundays excepted.
From New York The C. H. NORTHAM leaves
Peck 81ip at 3 p. m., and the CONTINENTAL at 11
p. m., Sundays excepteu, Saturday 12 o'clockmid
night.
Sunday Boat forN. York Steamer NEW HAVEN
at 10:30 p. in. Staterooms sold at the Elliott
House.
Free stage from Ins. Building at 9 p. m. Tickets
sold and baggage checked thro to Philadelphia
(via both routes), Baltimore and Washington
JAMES H. WARD, Agent.
Starln'a 8cw Haven Transport a
tton Line.
Even Day Except Saturday.
P- rlaR'a. Leave New Haven, from Starln'e
i---'-"- nif 1 " " ill iu:id o'clock
Th
day and UTIday. . Returning, leave New York.
rrom ner i, root 01 uourtiand 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, 75c; stateroom SI. Ex
curslon tickets $1.25.
Free 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.
Tickets and Staterooms can be purchased of the
Downes News Co., 809 Chapel street. Peck & Bishop
iva unapei street, anu ac me u omine rietei.
C. M. CONKLIN, Agent,
New Haven. Conn.
my31
NEW YORK, SEW HAYEK
AND HARTFORD R. R.
January 15, 1888.
Trains Leave New Haven as FOLlows:
For New York-8:58. 4:90 fdailv Tmn
Monday), 4:40, 5:10, t6:85, t6:30, 7:30, 8:10, 8:30
9:35, 10:40, tll:50 a. m., 1:80. 1:35, 2:40, 3:50
:w, "o:uo.
:, !
8:00 a.
Washington TV 1 p-Ii t V.vnrcum via na.iam
River Leaves at 11:50 p. m. daily; stops at Mil
ford, Bridgeport, South Norwalk, Stamford.
For Boston via RnrinfrftaM 1-0? R-K R-nn
11:05 arm.,l:16, 3:10, 6:38 p. m. Sundays 1:02
night, 6:26 p. m.
For Boston via New London and Prnvidenne
M:30, 8:05, 10:30a. m. fast express, 3:00 p. m.
fast express 6:15 p. m. Sundays 1:30 a. m.
For Boston via Hartford and New Vork and
New England R. R. 8:30 a. m. daily.
For Boston vift Air T inw jitk) V onH w n
R. R. 8:08 a. m.. 1:25. 5:00 d. m. fast, atom
Sundays 5:00 p. m.
For Hartford. Snrlnerfleld. marKf.n.
Etc. 13:25 nieht. 1:02 niirht 2:3u a m tn
Hartford), 6:58, 8:00, tl0:28, 11:05 a. m., 12:10, 1:16
3:10, 5:02 (5:55 to Hartford). 6:20, 8:12, 9:45 p. m.
Sundays 1:08 night, 6:86 p. m.
Shore Link Division.
For New LnndAii. Y?t l-qnni.i,f o.ak
10:30,11:05 a.m., 3:00, 5:15, 6:15, "(3:15 and 6:80
p. m. way to Guilford, go no further.) (11:15 p.
m. Guilford accommodation Wednesdays and Sat
urdays only.) Sundays 1:30 night. .
Air Link Division,
For lfllddletown. VIlltmantlK. S7.
Leave New Haven for all stations at 8:08 a. m, 1:85
5:00, 6:15 p. m. Sundays 5:00 p. m. Connect at
Middletown with f!onnvirait VaIIav T? 17 n H
WlllimaHtic with N. Y. and N. E. and N. L. and N.
R. R. at Turnersville with Colchester Branch.
Trains arrive in New Haven at 9:15, a. m. 1:28.
6:58, 8:53 p.m. '
Natjoattck Division.
Trains leave New Haven, via tha New Haven anH
Derby R. R connecting with this division:
For Wlnstedand wnv Rtntinna nt-. 71 mrtA
9:58 a: m.; 2:30 and 5:45 p. ni.
For Waterbnry and wav stations at 7:Sa n.
m. "
For New Haven: Trains leave Winsted at
:13and 9:40 a.m.. 1:80 and 6:10 n tn Tmva Wat.,
bury at 5:33, 8:26;and 10;54 a. m. ; 2:12 and 7:31 p. m
All the above trains connect with trains on Wa.
tertown Branch.
Northampton Division.
For North .lntn.. Tnmrria Tall
Wllllamebnrsr. Holiok. d it.n
Hartford and intermediate Kf-Atinn. train.
leave New Haven at 7:45 a. m. and 4:00 p. m.
For l Willlamabnrsrh. Nnrlhnmnrnn.
and points this, side, at 11:04 and 6:25 p. m.
From WIIllamsDnrsr train arrives at 9.-17
a. m. From Northampton at 4:55 p. m., and
from North Adams, etc., at 11:36a.m. and 8:5 5
p. m.
For Saratoga, at 7:45 a. m.. arriving at 3:30
&, m.
. M. SHEPARD. C. T. HEMPSTEAD.
General Sup't Gen. Pass. Agent
Express Trains.
tLoeal Express.
New Haven and Derbv I.a!ironf-
Train Arrangement commencing Monday, Jan
uary 10, lc8.
LEAVE NEW HAVEN
At 7:15 and 9:52 a.m..l:C0,2:30,5:45,7:80 and ll:15p.m
LEAVE ANSONIA
At G:S5, 9:65 and 11:40 a. ji., 3:80. 5:55, 6:40 and 8:2
p. ui.
Connections are mads at AnsraiA with
trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Haven
with trains of all divisions of N.Y., N.H. & H. R. R.
E. 8. QUINT ABU, Sup't.
New Haven, Jan. 16, 1868.
S. E. MERWIN & SON.
&stablls..cl 1851.
Packers antl Ourers of the Celebrated Elm City
IJrand of
KiMS,
SHOULDERS, m
BONELESS
BACON.
5
ASK YOUR GtfOCER FOR THEM.
All TCt8 Sssar-CiirEl feats, osen Kettle un.
.354 & 356 State St., New Haven, Ct.
Far king House on It. It. V v.
ii
ECLIPSE" TRICYCLES
Manufactured by ourselves. And in this city wo
will retail, them at
WHOLESALE PRICES.
Children' Carrlascs and Velocipedes.
C. C0WLES & CO.,
47 Orange Street.
BATH BRUSHES, SHATIJVCt
BRUSHES,
Tcotfi Brushes, Hair Brushes,
In great variety,
OUR DRIVE THIS
40-CENT BATH BRUSH.
WEEK.
"HJM-TTC7iri TOOTH BRUSH.
Chas. VV. Whittlesey & Co.,
ORUfiGISTS,
74 CHAPEIt STRF.F.T.
STORAGHB
FOR
Furniture, Carriages and
Merchandise
AT
SMEOLEt BROS.' STOREHOUSE
73 BREWERY STREET.
Carload of Extra Good
SMEDLEY & SHEETS,
169-171 BREWERY STPPFT
SOAP
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TRADE MARK
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