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May 10, 1888.
"J -G Special fotices. GREATLY REDUCED PRICES TO-DAY I lng wantoM004 the goods must on lot Figured India Silka at 88 cents, reduced froro.41.10. One lot Figured India Silks at $1, reduced from $1.26. ' One lot Figured India Silk, at $1.25, reduced from $1.38. One lot Stripe Surahs at 75 cents, reduoed from $1. . One lot Stripe Sarahs at 87 cento, reduoed from $1.10. ' One lot Black Armure Silks at $1.25, reduced from $1.50." One lot Drapery Silks at 75 cents, redaeed from $1. ,c.rnm o rnf? -rmo iCrix . - " "i "TO Spun Silk Hosiery at $1 pair - -v --nvMrou jaunwtwouieis at zoo Continued sale of White Goods at 12Jo, 18o and 34o a yard. Look into our Show Windows at the best bargains in New Haven. 40 inch wool Dress Goods at 24-cents a yaroW ' ' rT 52 inch wool Checks and Plain at 50 cents a yarcE ; ! Stripe Camel's Hair, plain to match, 2J cents yard. ' Visit oar Cloak Department. . Visit ear Parasol Department. 777 ''I 76 a. q.xxc3L 7B8 O JOHNSON & CIGARS I J Iilebotscbaner Laser ! I"1P?rt6d Havana Clears Just re- We are Sole agents for its sale in New Haven, eeiveddirect. Mostpopular brands, lisht colors. We regard it the best American Lager made. Pf100- qualities considered. Guinness' Dublin 8tout, McMullen's white label lower than other dealers. Bass. We are agents for sale of CLARETS t IlTifJ11" f rk' 1"lrd' Bacon- We are now bottling California Claret and Bur- TTiese celebrated goods are appreciated in the gundy. T??.T?tl"y JSre,pro?ucf'd the patron- We receive this direct from California. It is very fSJ?e,5i"J"r8eJtt?i claim ia: The perfectly rich. There is none in the market that can com- .ih,C0.wdUi;B'of,.PD'' ' V. 'absolute- purity of pare with tt, either quality or prlos. the Lard, the oleanllnets of their entire syttem Cte ITVX ".f S11"1 " 0eir farm near Northamp- Chateau Roland, quarts, - sa.69 ' ton the entire work is under the supervision of Dr. " " pinteT 4 50 Learned, the proprietor. A large stock and assortment of Barton & Gues- . Pry Barnes' and Herwln & Sen's well tier's celebrated Clarets from $7 to $25 per case, known goods also on hand. 411 and 413 State CARPETINGS. wur spring onrerings or Carpets Excel all Previous Efforts. Only standard makes are ihown, and selected wllb a view to durability. "vortn and excellence or colorings. PAPER HANGINGS. We show the largest and most he State. Onr new Fresco, Panel and Iridescent effects In celling decora Hons, with side walls and Friezes to match, make the most artistic flnlsh possible to be obtained. Tj . - i The newest designs In Metal, SUk Crt e, Cartridge, Ingrain and tressed papers. H. B. PERRY, THE FARREN BROTHERS CO. MANUFACTURERS OF METALLIC SPRING BEDS. Mo. 4- Artisan Street. man ki W. P. o v vnu.nvn L V9 to jS9 PIANOS. ONE HUNDRED SECOND All the best makers, Steinway, Gabler, Haines. Hallet & Davis, Knabe, Chickering, Weber and others, from $25 up. - - AK.SO9 :-;-s-'r- .v-!;, iiy Jjj. v i'. TWENTY-FIVE UPRIGHT PIANOS, But little used, in first-class order, at m. STEINBRT c SONTS. . 777 Chapel Street, riw F.nIand Acnts for Steinway & Sons' and Gabler Psanos. PIANOS. lyxi&zzlltirizons. THE POPTJIAR CLOTHIERS, i- .... "; In Pull Swing in Their . New Location, Mas. 732 and 734 Chapel Street, Near the Bridge. Our Fine HewTork Clothing, Our Very Low Prlees, Mast work wonders for the two Nortons. Soring trade oommenoed to jump the mo ment we truck our new quart era. We And It a Hotbed for a Live Business. We are. selling . elegant Spring Orereoata from $3 to $7. under -orioe; Men's, Boys' and Children's sizes. We hare the largest and handsomest as sortment of Frock and Sack Suits' you erer saw. All tailor-made garments. Prices ran from $10 to $25. Boys' and Children's Clothing. Onr showinK is simply ereal at. Compare "the make, fit and price with the stocks of others and yon will certainly buy of as. . Snlts range from $1.75 to $12. Nerer have we been so thoroughly in ear nest to push onr way to the head and front of the Clothing trade Of New Haren. Nerer have we been so well prepared to aoBtplish the end desired. We Feel Elated orer onr Pro spcctlTe Success, And in this connection extend onr thanks to hundreds of friends -and patrons who- bare ao kindly stood by THE Tift) CLOTHIEBiJ r Cz SOU 732 and 3 ;Cliapel Street; ' Btwea Qeorge S.' Ford's sad City Market. HOBiMSOB gpzciaX Notices. be turn Into money at once. Bead the follow- Colored Silk Hosiery at 75o pal;. 50f 6sn eau. jersey iU)ie : Vests, high anas low Seats. BROTHER, Street, corner Court. complete stock of these goods In New Haven, Conn. - . GILBERT, o i net i , opposite r. u KAILROAD AVENUE. PIANOS. - HAND SQUARE PIANOS, PIANOS. gtiml Estate. XO LET, b OR wUI sail one of tba beat appointed small casatmere or worsted mills in New EngU XJ-Address A. WALL New England. tli tt 3,150 Lenox arenne. Hew York City, FOR RENT. A BARN with I stalls aadearrianahad. inquire on sue premises. saocr l.aj uHaraij btkbct. . FOB SALE, Bereral houses, well located for homes or tor inrestment. Terms accommodating. Call at R. E. BALDWIN'S Real Estate Acanoy. 118 Chapel Bt. ap28 daw goard autX glooms. FOR SALE OR TO LET, Furnished, a pleasant bouse for the sum mer or year; Farming-ton, Conn. Address ray a eoaotj ui iujljl inn. BOABD AND ROOMS. TWO gentlemen wishing a pleasant front room, central, modern imBroTementa, use of bath, with board, can address W. O , m8 5t This Office. FOR SENT, Furnished rooms. Inquire at my8tt 896 YORK STREET. HOTEL DEVONSHIRE. 42D STREET, NEW YORK. Opposite Grand Central Depot ADJOINING IJNOOLN BANK. Rooms from 60 cents onwards. Eleeant I 3 sulta for tamlllea. Restaurant flrst-cl&aa at t.mi moderate prices. Baggage to and from de pot iree.. Im HAIK X. tf 415.00 V boy a large sise seoond-hand Richardson ft T Boynton set furnace. Irauireat this office. CORSET HANDS WANTED. GIRLS to learn folding. Apply at 7: 30. MAYEB, 8TEOUSE & CO., mjStt CO Court street. LOST, 3a Pug Dog ; anowera to name of Uno ; rery ahT-- Reward if returned to myBilt 618 GEOROE STREET. II. O. Hornly's Steamed Oats, T71RANKLIN Mills entire Wheat Flour and X! WheatteU; agents for above. - Two oars Pota toes. N. W. MERWIN CO., my7t cor. Bute and George streets. May Ilonse Cleanlnar. OHAHDELIER8, Statuary and Bric-a-brac refln ished, rebronsed aad made good as new at 71 Ooffe street, THE NEW HAVEN my6t CAB TRIMMING COMPANY. FOR SAXE, P5fn Pries lew, second-hsnd square Piaao, in ur- dprime order; Balnea Brothers, makers. BOWDITOH BUIUHNS, my8st ldt Orange street, Boom 8,. Et Rock Listf, ' ON and after Tuesday, May 1st, team leaves Klock's drug store, corner Charch anu Chapel streets, at 10 a. m. and 1p.m. for Ease- Bock sum mit. Returns to the city about 12:3Q p, m. and 4 P- m. ap27 FOBV SALE. h CUT Flowers mad all lands of bedding plants.' Inquire of the gardener, toi George street, In the rear of residence, of B. - Heacy- Barnes. Chapel street. . - , - V aplgtf FOR SALE, ONEofthe besC"' f ' r- lat and Fish markets in tne city oi tvateroury. Conn. (Sood reason for selling. ice low. THERON A. TODD, 787 Chapel street. apaa ' FOR SALE. TV One pair black Coach Horses, six yean T3k oia, weigBCsvao; Kino ana gentle in au harcf abroad. (Property of E. Henry -Barnes.) Can be teen at . 8MKDLEY A SHEETS' apaotf 'Stables. 178 Brewery street. VAti' ai a a w&' XiOUR second-haad Too Piano Vi JL' Three " . Pbaetona. X" , . , " Canopy Surrey. - One Extension Top Surrey. . AU in good order: for sale low. -Ixnl BaOCSBTT S TUTTLB CO., u iml Estate. FOR RENT. l Store No. 89 Crown street, with a rood eel- I Liar, ijau on - U- Lt. Aitlli H.KT, my93tt 88 Church street, Room 1. COR S1LBOR HJENT. Country home, famished, on Farmington riTer. Inquire 101 PROSPECT STREET f City. FOR RENT. Lower part of dwelling on Beers street; Ifjjjl cheap to a good' tenant: modern improve III ill menta. Miaiki j JAMES B.,SMITH, J ;my88tt " ',- WHWreet if OR SALE. ' " To be removeeVsssaU house-No 47 Whallev avenue. Ijmuireat .f - - . my 8 5tt 71 WHTALLEY AVENUE. Sat4rS"JRoclL Two eottaeres for- rent. fiio!nfn an;ttu I for one or EwoTamtlies. JAMES B. SMITH, 887 State street. - FOR RENT, Five rooms fnrnifthfid fmltKl- fnr hnnu. keeping on the lower floor of a house near the corner of Oinri-l RAllwrtTt bam iiuuior uiiunuauDa aaaress - - . . 2 - ". f B. &MI88Firjfif: House, Lots andFariBS-For Sale or uxcBange. ' - ? House, Bar aa 13 Acres of Land, about two miles from New Haven at a .Iiarraill. or would MOhanM far t.h ,-i.rlif kind of property on eaey terms. A number of one famllyandvo family houses, some central. FOR RENT, A New Honse on Whltnnv avAmia uul ton. ements on Ward and Orchard streets, Kimberly av enue and others. Money to loan at 5 per cent. 82 Church street, Room 8, Benedict's JHDllctlnn-. Office open evenings from 7,to 8. L. coMSTacitro; THE LARGE-SALES l Of the past few weeks show feat NOW is the Lume to ouy. - I offer for-lhls eeb 'r iiHftnrn i& A ' err DlCA hollflA OH Rhprmtn nmnnn 1ft AMI in parfMtorte witlj 1I modern conveniences. A. barsrain in tne he3t AAntion -of TTowatv. AVAniifl. ! $6,500; house nearly new. all improTements. . . i A house and store on Grand aveou SaQOOarge ifc ana gooa location. 7: a very eneap pioce on vrrenara sireec, .uuu. A new house on Foster street, 53,760. ' A eood Jot on-Nicoll street. 15 oer foot. A srood lot on Cottaem street, $25 per foot. A new house on Monson street.3.u0ff: rents for 3uv per annum. : . k fi - GEORGE F. NEWCOMB, No. Boirdman BnlidLinsr. COH. Ml'ATE AND CH1PBL SIKEET, 13f Open Monday and Saturday evenines. FOR RENT. Second floor, 5 rooms $f0, 1 ; - - 178 FRANK BtRgBT, FOB. SAX.E Hotel property on-CsurV 4treeK known as SsBoytos., f'vi .ilflpn. No 61 Court street, corner oF artisan street: feet front by 89 feet deep, j i - ' " r arm in Annex. 44acres. Appiy to BOWK S. JVH1TK, executor. my8iat 69 Church street. FOR RENT. Six rooms on the third floor of the Lefflne- ti'.ili weu ouuaing, suitaoie lor omces. Also tne UUIL whole fourth floor, suitable for a lurht manu facturing business or for a.club. Inquire oXV Fine Suburban- Property; FOR SALE. :p ' Mr. R. R. Mallory's Residence In West Haven. House has 14 rooms, furnace, set ranee, hot j and cold water, bath, water closets, set tubs LiULin laundry. Barn for six horses and carri ages, and other outbuildiDgs; about seven (7) acres land, fruit, chestnut groves, summer houses, etc., etc. One short block from horse cars and within ton mfnutefT walk of Savin Rock shore. Will be Isold low if sold soon, the owner having no furtha use for it. Enquire of B. Ovlatt, 87 Church street, ap23 lm New Haven, Conn. FOR RENT. First floor -No. 6 Gilbert avenue. 5 rooms I Anfi nna la i-cra n f t ii mnm Tli. rnnmn . LiSil lfifflir and airy: marble mantels and urates in parlor and sitting room. Rent $16.50. Also barn with 3 stalls, carriage house, etc., ad Joining the premises. X. B. HINMAN, Open evenings. 63 Church Street.' - FOR RENT. The very desirable house No. 1 ,441 Chapel I street. House has all modern improvements and is In one of the best neighborhoods in the city. Horse cars pass the house every 12 minutes. Liarge barn on cue premises, i or iurtner parucu I lars call at MERWIN'8 REAL ESTATE OFFICE, ap26 759 Chapel Street. FOR SALE. Jt A very desirable house and lot on Prospect I 'jy street. Other real estate might be taken in iijLpart payment. Enquire of J. P. Phillips, ,.,.. . GLEBE BUILDING, ap25 from 9 a. m. to 12 m- FOR RENT. House 1,167 Chapel street, all improvem'ts. Rouse 8 Clark street, all improvements. House bS Beers street, all improvements. House 40 Fair street, all improvements. Second floor 39 Beers street, 6 rooms. Second floor 441 Orchard street, 4 rooms. First floor 168 Frank street, B rooms. First floor 107 Bailey street, 6 rooms. Half house 33 Pine street, 5 rooms; barn. Half house 600 Whalley avenue, 4 rooms; barn. CSE.ORGE A. 1SBELL, apJl ' 787 Chapel Street. FOR RENT, . i ve rooms corner of Park and South sU. : ilLLewiB street. Fair Haven, and several other tenements in different parts of the city. apl tf JACOB HELLER, 98 Olive street. FOR SALE, The larse house and barn No. 48 East Pearl street. Lot 107 bv 187. Will be sold Knrma owner Is leaving; town. JOHN T. SLOAN, 838 Chapel Street. Open evenings. - ap It FOR SALE, A new brick house suitable for two fami ne and a frame house on Orchard street. Oae two family house on sum street. One two family bouse In r air Haven. . Two two-family houses on Gill street. ' Building lots on Pwight street and in Vfestville. Also 11 acres meadow land ta O ran re. The above will be sold at low prices and on easy terms. a. v. KAiiuwiit. aplgtf 87 Gill street. FOR SALE. . . k. brick block house on Orange street; .price $8,100. AU in perfect Order; possession given at once. CHARLES H. WEBB, ap!4 880 Chapel Street. WESTERN AND SOUTHERN . ; Farm Mortgages j Fof Sale. LARGE SECURITY. Prompt payment of princlpadlqterett.i 7 and I per cent, interest. Money to Loan at 5 per cent.- -" Bouses for sale in all parts of the city Houses and tenements everywhere. Ilorace P, Hoadley,: BOADLEV BUILDING. Open Evenings. - MING LOTS AND HOUSES EH3 OWNED AND FOR SALE BY MASSEXACLARK Room Nq. 1,$7 CJinrch St., . CItXBK BUILDING. . Terms Easy,on tbe Installment Plan If nefairsa, BUILDING LOTS fronting Lambertoo St., Cedar St.. John St., Grant St., Bt. Ronan St., Arch St., Red- neia Km Daggett sc., west si., wasnington sc., Mor ris St., Wilson st. Oak at., Evergreen court. Rosette St., Starr at , Harriett at., Bassett St., Newhall st.. State St., Cold Spring st., Everett sk, jpaaiius st., Howard av., Greenwich av.. Hallock av.. Kimberly ay.. Whitney av.. Dizwell av.. (Inrnlwa av Win. throp av., Winchester av. Lots in AUingtown and Orange Center, Derby av.. East Haveiw Lets In Hamden near the church. Lota in Branrord aad Augerville. Lota and hoose on sast shags -(Ugh, house point). Houses and lots in Hontoweee. One large house and lot corner Olive and Wooster 8ta. One lares store on State street. Lamar block. Crown st. Block house No. 6 Sylvan av. Bloc bouse No. 10 Home place (Court st). Also some splendid factory sites, etc., etc arm ou acres, nontowese, norm uaven. Farm 806 acres, North Branf ord. - m5 tf A. Few Ilnndrcd Dollar Will 8?-J S ONE-FAMILY HOUSfc, 800 Atwater streeti House and barn, 9 Aubum-etree- Two-f&ai, Uy house. No. 11 Clay street , Two-family . 160 Orchard street. All to be sold low if mid within ten days. Also for rent, first floor 78 w,l sey street; first floor 10 Newhall street; 115 Portaea street; 121 Portseastreet;S10Oongress avenue. and second floor 29 Auburn street. mtgs??1 For Sale In Wetrflavei. s' D WILLING H0U8E3, cottages and desfr- ,able building lots, shore, cottages and cottage lots. . Also small farms near West Haven and -.the shore. Apply to WALTER A. MAIN, flStf - . WestHaren. Society llall to Rent. - - ELKS1 Hall, 862 Chapel streeti Monday, ToeedaT and Bunday nights. Inquire ot jaatf rntll WUIHTAKU. Rooms With Power. ' m SPACIOUS, well lighted lofts In building No. 698 Chapel street;. Also at No. 434 State Kreet, cornerCotrrO hArailabie floor mi rfaci ovr 12,000 square feet. Entire premises especially de- steam power, steam heat, freight elevators and I B,gu u iv 1 ijpcubUjuuiiu;iUrifiK. teauj steam sower, steam heat, frelerht elevators uid other superior facilities. Will be leased for a term oi years, eitner as a wiioie or in part. Apply to ilLNY F. KNULISH. ENG 98 Orange street. r. roa mat 9.1888. 7. A. M. I Barometer...., Thermometer.. .... 80.01 51 29 82 7 '7 29 93 54 91 Humlditr... 97 Wind, direction and velocity in miles per hour. swo Cloudy uwr Clear Mean bar, 9.(6; mean temp. , 87; bans id ity, es. Ifax terns. 70: min. temp. 49; rainfall, .to incnes. Max. hourly velocity or wind, s miles. Total excess or deficiency of temrjerature since January 1, -4.84 degrees. - Total excess or deficiency of Dreci Dilation afnea , Jan. l, lib in. - FOR MAT 9, 1887. Mean bar. 80 21: mean temp.. (1 Max. temp., 75: nun. temp. 6S. . , ... H.J.COX- Sgt, Hi. Corps.. Note: A mi-uS "sign L-Hpreflxed to thermometer A.-V'ln connection with rainfall indicates i arace of nreciDitation too small to measnre. 8now is melted and resulting; depth of water no- sea uaaer nuiuui. 3 MINIATURE ALII AN AC. ? '. '. MAT 10. : Ira Bisks, Bra Sets, 4:371 6:59 ! . Moon 8kts, 9:!6 1 Hioh Waj-kh, 1 MARRIAGES. TESPER ADAMS At the residence of- the bride's - mother on wnitney avenue, xursaay afternoon at A o'clock; by Rev. L. H. Squires, Harry J. Ves ; per of SpriDgfkdd, Mass., and Addie L. Adams of -.Hew Maven. DEATHS, DOW rn Jhis orty. May :h. estered into rest. Notice of funeral hereafter. - - - C BUTLER In New York city. Hay 7th, Miss Louise Funeral from the residence of Sylvester 8mith. No. 9 College street, Thursday, May-10, at 2:80 p. m. - Stt HacQILVBAT In this city, Hay 7th, 8tuart Rob inson, only son of Oharles a. and Elizabeth Mac- un vray, aged 4 years, a months, 7 days. Funeral private 2t$ NOTICE. In order to bring the superior qualities of the JOURNAL AD COURIER as an advertising medium 'within reach of all, j ONE CEtfT A WORD for each insertion will hereafter be charged for WANTS, RENTS and other sma'l mis- r oellaneons advertisements. . I ; . . . . ,. , . M The earrington Publishing Co. LOST. TTUVE dollar bill between Thompson's bakery and A 852 Crown street; receive reward. mylO ltt LOST. . er rJ Strayed from 777 State street black and ,SEzn.tan dog (female). Liberal reward for her return. tmy!0 2tt) F.J. SCHOLLHORN. f. J. ATffATER & GO. ; Paper and Twine Warehouse, 956-962 GRAND. AVENUE. . . ALSO : Manufacturers of Eel Pots, and Wholesale and Retail dealers in all kinds of Scln-8, Nets. Hooks. Poles and Fishing Tackle OF EVERY DESCRIPTION . ml ' Stationery and School Swto'Ztt2tt myio tf SPECIAL EXHIBITION ; OF '. Fine Etchings, -AT - I i TTl ttti in a -rm T nnirri I A U IT U It O AiXl XlUU JlLb, I 99 Orange Street, (New number.) All are Invited to Rooms. visit these PICTURES FRAMED la the best manner and at the lowott prices. ARTIST MATERIALS. China Fired Every Thursday IMPROVE YOUR SIGHT. I have all the improved glasses now made, together with the genuine Brazilian pebble that can be set in your own frames at short notice. Prices never were lower. " Also a well se lected stock of all kinds of spectacles and eye glasses already set in gold, silver, nickel and steal frames, rubber, celluloid, etc., at prices from 25 cents up to the best pebble in steel at $3.50 each. Bepairing watches and jewelry a specialty. Give us a call. - GEORGE L. STBEETER, T4S Chapel Street. NEW HAVKN, CONN. E. D. HENDEE, -80OOEB8OB TO W. D. BRYAN, CUSTOM TAlLOtt NO. 1ST CntlBCD IT LEVI C. GILBERT, COAL. -COAL. 89 Church St. 28 East Water St. NEW NOVELS! .:: Mr. Barnes of New York, Mr. Potter of Texas. FOR BALE BY THE DOWNES- NEWS COMPANY, Florida Gnava Jelly IN glass jars. New season's pecking. KDW. E.HALL A SON, . - 770 Chapel 8treet. IF Yflll WANT THE BEST That is What We Sell. The Strongest Oil Colors, Tbe Finest Japan Colors, The Best Distemper Colors. Our Railroad Faints and Liquid House Paints are he Best m tbe Harket. - . H0iSpN & BELDEN, 396 AND 398 STATE STREET Courier Buildins. nil r 1 1 f I I I T" r I r lk PI I R F.WH IF LF Afl -. . -AND- ' ': . LINSEED OIL. Jewett's, Atlantic and Bradley wnuetieM. French Zinc in 1SH and 25 lb. Cans. We have 1S4 desirable sbades ef palm dMl tai craaadln oll.- JnrrrrV Pttai Eaw awd Boiled Linseed Oil. Bold' agents' fur' MASUHY'S BAILKOAD dOL OBS and AVKl&fiL CHEMICAL -PAINTS, all of which we warrant strictly pure aad for sale at the ewest market sates. JJ. Q. U Xi UJ-t U U X CX' WlSi I Sloa. 97 and 7 State St. oris COAL News by Telegraph FBOM ALL QUARTERS. SAFETY FOE COPTBIBBT. nt . -p. rm . , Tne Tnih Passes TJiroiiffii ' ' . - O ,u: the Senate. ,. A BOOM STARTED FOR PHELPS, Governor Hill Vetoes High license. WOMEN IN THE CONFERENCE. Rev. Lyman Abbott to Succeed Bcecher. INTERN J XIONAlL COPYRIGHT. The Bill Paaaea the senate by an Over- wnelmlns majority. Washington, May 9. The copyright bill passed by the Senate to-day strikes ont of the existing law the words "citizens of the United States or residents therein," and also the words "and authors may reserve the right to dramatize or translate their own works," and inserts in lien of the ltter sentence "an thers or their assigns shall hare the exclusive right to dramatize and translate any of their works for which copyright shall hare been obtained nnder the laws of the United States." It amends section 4,956 of the re vised statutes so as to make it read: "No person shall be entitled to a copyright unless he shall, before publication in this or any other foreign country, deliver at the of fice of th librarian of Congress or deposit in the mail within the United States addressed to the librarian of Congress a printed copy of the title of the book or other article or a de scription of the painting, drawing, chromo. statae.statnary or a model or design for a work of the fine arts for which he desires a copyright, nor unless he shall also, not later than tne day or tne publication thereof in this or any foreign country, deliver at the office of the librarian of Congress or deposit- in tae man witnin tne united states address ed to the librarian of Congress at Washing ton, D.C., two conies of snch copyright book or dramatic composition printed from type set within the limits of the United States: or in case of engraved works, photographs or other similar article two copies; or in case of a painting, drawing, statue, statuary model or design for a work of art a photograph of the' same. Daring the existence of snch copyright the importation into the United states of any book or other -article so copy righted shall be and hereby is prohibited ex cept in cases specified in section 2,505 of the revised statutes, and except in the cases of persons nurchasing for nse and not for sale of the proprietor of the copyright signed in I presence of two witnesses shall be furnished with eacn importation. All officers of cus toms and postmasters are required to seize and destroy copies of such prohibited articles as shall be entered. In the case of books in foreign languages of which only translations la iunglisn are copyrighted tne prohibition of importation shall apply only to the transla- tionTjf the same and the importation of the boohb in u urigiuu language iaau oe per mttted. . The act is to go into effeot July 1, ' 1BBO. THE jriKXHODISX OOIIFBRGIICE. A Scheme Proposed to Settle the Ve- man slnestion. Nkw York, May 9. Bishop W. F..Malla- lien, of New Orleans, opened the general Methodist Episcopal conference this morn ing. A commission appointed four years ago offered a report. This commission was ap pointed to devise plans of regarding the ad mission of lay delegates and modify the rnles that then existed. By a vote the report of the commission will be made the order of the day for Wednesday. Committees were appointed to consider the temperance ques tion and liquor traffic. W. H. Wilder of the Illinois conference presented the follow ing resolutions : Whereas this general conference voted to submit to tne annual oonrerence tne DroDosition to amend the second restriction rule as to make wo men eligible as lay delegates in this body, and wnereas tne win oi our people snouia ee neani upon so important a matter, merer ore rtesoivea. mas auxins me mootns ol ueiooer ana November. 1890. on any day except the Sabbath. the time to be determined by the preacher in cnarge. wno snau give at lease xu aays' notice thereof, there Fhall be a freneral election in the several places or worsmp oi me meinoaist j;pisco- i enure lie, at wnicn an memoers in iuji oonnec- ionand not under 21 years of are shall be invited te vote by ballot for the amendment er against tha amendment. Said election shall be held under the direction of the Dreaoher in char are and two laymen cnoaen ny tne quarterly conference, wno snau su perintend the details of the election, and within 10 days thereafter shall renort tne result or me elec tion So the presiding elder of the district, who shall report the same to tbe presiding bishop of the en swing annual conference to be entered upon the conierance journal. This motion was laid over and acoording to the rnles will be printed ' and come up for debate again. The following resolution was offered by Iter. Jfi. J. CI ray of Central Penn sylvania: Whereas, There is a widespread and growing conviction amengour preachers and people that the efficiency of the Episcopacy would be greatly ln- creased by the assignment of asignment of each bishop to a pre scribed territory lor a penoa ot years; ana. Whereas. The leral supervision of the whole work by the bis ps severally is practically im- Mosibla: therefore I Resolved, That a committee of fifteen to be styled the committee on Episcopal districts shall be ap pointed, thirteen of whom shall be selected bv the delegates representing the general conference dis tricts severally ana two by the I Resolved. That the committee shall consider and renort on or before the 15th of May upon the advis ability ef dividing the territory occupied by the M. js. cnurcn into as many episcopal aigtncta as there are effective bishops at the close of the genen ference. said districts to be composed In so erai con- so far as practicaoie or contiguous conierences.- Resolved, That when such districts are formed the bishops be instructed to so arrange their work as to give to the same bishop the supervision of the same district and the same conferences during the penoa oi ieur years. Resolved. That if ia the judgment of the commit tee the third restrictive rule and the formation of Episcopal districts are in legal antagonism they shall report a plan for changing the third restrictive rale which if adopted by two-thirds of the general conf ererenoe shall be submitted by tbe bishops to the first ensuing annual conference, and three- fourths of the members of the annual conferences present and voting concurring in said plan, it shall take effect immediately and be a law of the Metho dist Kpisoopai cnurcn. The resolution was referred to tbe commit tee on episcopacy. The names of tbe signers ot Br. urays resolution are Dr. a. U. Moore, Key. Dr. L, C. Qnial, Q. W. Gne, J. C. W. Coze, O. N. Sims, W. H. Hunter, A.B. Leon ard, W. A. Stephens, John F. Spencer and William Swindells. Adjourned. THE SMALLPOX SCARE OVER. No Fear ef Farther Cues at Sprli Held. Springfield, May 9. The smallpox scare has wholly subsided. The MoNulty woman is fast recoverisg nnder the oity physician's care. This-was the day when symptoms of the disease should hare appeared in the five children if any had developed, but all are welt and no more cases are expected. In justice to the New England Vaccine company of Chelsea it should be stated that there is not now the slightest suspicion that the dis ease was contracted from the virus used in vaccinating the. MoNulty baby. This is proved conclusively by the failure of the other children to develop the smallpox from the same virus and the fact that physieians are agreed that smallpox ceald not have de veloped in the period between the baby's vaccination and the time it showed symp toms of the disease. It is settled that the child contracted the contagion from its fa ther some days before it was vacoinated and that the father gathered the germs of the disease from an emigrant car of the Boston and Albany road which he cleaned at the yard in this city. The car had been need to carry emigrants from isoston to umoago ana on the return was laid over tui wanted again for the same purpose. .. Mr. Mortal ty is a oar cleaner and was made sick by the vile odors in - this Particular car. Haying had the smallpox he did not come down with it, but carried home the germs to his family. The .Boston and Albany road's local management nave aereed to f umieate ail suspicious emi grant oars hereafter and have arranged with the agent of the Spnngaeia ooara or neaiin to do the job. iovhg mcaeiDE indicxbb frith Cowls for the Murder or Lllla Hovle. WoMESXEBTSay 9. Indiotmeniaior dec in the first degree were fonnd by the m-.,i jn.rf nin-nal BAafiion to-davaaainat "on rt. iowie nun mum- the murder of Lilla A. Hoy la at Weoster last September. An officer has started for New York fox McQuadewith te necessary papers. Fiftieth f Ion arft a-Pi rat Spasirin. u Washikotow, May 9. Sbsats. Mr. Eiddleberger's reeolation for the consideration of the fishery treaty in open Boasiun. was reportea adversely from tne com mittee on'foreien relations. i he rauroad land forfeiture bill was passed. The Senate then resumed consideration of the international coDrrisht bill, the Question being on the amendment of Mr. Jones, of juuLm, w anu ggi ug second, section, I whioh' mons ther v - I portation of copyrieht books. Nc'anornin votea ana tne amendment was withdrawa. Mr. Vanoe offered an amendment to the fourth section by inserting the proviso that newspapers, magazines and periodicals snau not ue enmiea re copvriRnt: reiectea. Aiier runner aeoate the bill was cassea: yeas oor nays xu. . lne senate at 5 o clock adjourned. Housk. The House went into committee of the wnole ou the tariff bill. Mr. Morrow. oi California, concluded his speech in oppo sition to the bill, addressinc himself -more especially to the free lumber clause of the measure. Mr. Hooker, of Mississippi, re viewed at length the tariff history of the eonntry and denied that the Democratic party had ever favored -protection for the sake of protection. The eentleman fromPenn- sylvania (Mr. BandalJ), who probably went further than any other man on the Demo cratic side in support of a high protective tariff, stood committed as ODDOsed to the doctrine of protection for protection's sake. That was the doctrine of the Republican siae. Mr. Kerr, of lows. Ihanired whether the Republicans did net all say that they were in xavor or so apportioning the duties as to protect labor. Mr. Hooker replied " that that was their argument,- but denied that they had a right to protect iaDor. Mr. wise, or Vermont, commented noon the evils whioh would be the necessary re sult of a farther continuation of a high tariff which filled the treasury and drained the channels of trade. He discussed at length andocondemned the protection system and argued that tne duties now imposed were not required to compensate for the difference in the cost of production on account of the Higher rate or wages in vogue in the United states. Mr. Kennedy, of Ohio, denounced the Democratic party as a free trade party, but qualified that by declaring that there was soarcely a Democrat, avowed rree trader thongh he might be, who was not a selfish protectionist. The gentleman from Ken tucky demanded that hemp, ce ment and whiskey , should be pro tected. . Louisiana asked free wool but for protection on sugar. The gentleman from Mississippi wanted free trade, but demanded protection for cotton and rice. They were not only free traders, due selnsn protectionists. While tne repub lican party was for monopoly it was for that monopoly which protected tne labor and in dustry of every branch. He earnestly op posed the free wool feature of the bill. By making wool free the Democratic party could bnild up the empire of Australia, bat would destroy the empire of America., lie took up and controverted statistics presented and state ments made by Mr. Mills in his opening speech in reference to the labor cost of cer tain products, and said he could not recon cile such statements with the gentleman's well known honesty save by a presumption of ie- norance.The statements of the so-called leaders of the Democracy and the chairman of the committee on ways and means were reckless. Wonld the people follow the leadership of- a man whose assurance was only equalled by his presumption and ignorance? Free trade was a relic of slavery and he saw the Demo crats bowing at the beck and nod of slave drivers to-day as of a quarter of a cen tury ago. Mr. ifouteue quoted authorities in support of the declaration by him- on Saturday that Qarteld had repudiated membership in the Cobden club. In reference to the statement that Murat Halsted was a member of the Oobden club Mr. Bontelle read the following tetter from that gentleman: The story that I am a member of the Cobden club is correct, une merit in i,onaon witn cvrus leia. a personal friend of Cobden, I boarded a small steamboat at Westminster and was carried to Green wich: -There webad a whitebait dinner and as good coiu cnaaipagneas was ever arana in maine. IE was a lovely dinner. There wag a distinguished man in the chair and a toastmaster who whooped things up and made them lively. I made a speech about the white wings of commerce on the ocean and the large rivers in America and the distance1 Cincinnati was from salt water and the indifference of her people on the tariff question, and the London Times said tha humereus party from Ohio ought to have told something about the reciprocity treaty but did not seem to know much about it, aad that was tj-iie. It was for my services in makteg tXQreanwich speech that I was made an honorary member of the Cobden clnb and I have since received marked conies of the pub lications ef that energetic organization and many marked copies and pamphlets indeed, loads of the most serious ana ami information ever misapplied to human affairs. This literature shook my faith in the application of free trade to our country, that is. selecting our country to begin with. Then the price of news print is less than one-half of what it was before the war and I told Frank Hurd and Henry Watterson about that aad that I was afraid protection had caused more paper mills and knocked down the price of the one article that I did know something about, and when Hurd and Wat terson could not explain Cobden club fashion I could not. In London after the whitebait dinner I was troubled for hours trying to get a trifling arti cle through the custom house, for there is such a place even in London. It was a small case of col ogne and when 1 was exhausted I told them I was an honorary member of the Cobden club and the experience was likely to make- me a high protec tionist, i ne inspector was greatly aisgustea ana slammed down my case. This was the instance of the greatest utility to me of the Cobden club mem bership. The policy of M. Thiers in France and Prince Bismarck in Germanv after their war, both of these great statesmen relying on the protective system, has been to me a more striking chapter or history than any 1 have found in my Cobden club volumes. I do not think the Democratic narty has had a tariff policy that it can apply to business or that its methods would be trustworthy if it had a policy. If President Cleve land had been a member or tbe cobden club as I have lie would have known better than to have wntten his messageof .December last. Mr. Bynum cited authorities to ahow that Garfield had been sleeted a member of the Cobden club and had accepted. The committee then rose and the House adjourned at 8 o'oloek. A ilemoc ratio caucus was announced to be held at 8 o'clock this -evening. A Gift to the Hartford Seminary. Habttobd, May 9. At a meeting of the alumni of the Hartford Theological seminary to-day the announcement was made that the Rev. John Wood and wife of Fitchburg, Mass., had given $10,000 to found a pro fessorship of practical theology. The vener able donor was present at the meeting. HIOII LICENSE IN NEW YORK. Governor Hill Vetoes the Crosby Rill. Albas v, May 9. Governor Sill this af ternoon vetoed tbe Crosby high license bill. He objects to it as a measure which does not amend the general excise law of the State, bnt is distinct by itself. He thinks the bill is nnjust to snail dealers. WILLIAM WALTER PHELrt, . The Choice of New Jersey Republicans For Prestdeat. Trcnton, N. J., Hay 9. The Republican convention to-day made J. G. Gardner per manent chairman and adopted a reeolation presenting William Walter Phelps as the presidential candidate and pledging the elec toral Tote ot tne state .or mm. Rev. Lyman Abbett Xo Saeceed Beeeber. Bbookxtn, May 9. Rev. Lyman Abbott, temporary pastor of Plymouth chnroh, has been formajly called to the pastorate and will accept. ' Ilerty Conalng to tbe Front. New Yore, May 10. Hughes stuck to the traok yesterday although he limped painfully and his progress was slow. Littlewood is also in a bad way and complains of his hip. Herty is looming up as the winner. The 1 a. m. score was: Littlewood 3.7. 5, llerty 320.5, Guerrero 318.2, Golden 304.8, Hughes oUU, ttoremao 2.U.S, Dillon U, Vint -01.4, Uampana zO. . KELLT FLATS IN POOR FOBS) But be Detroit Play tbe Bleat Stupid Kind of Ball. Detroit, May 9.-Kelly tried hard to beat the Bostons to-day, bnt the efforts of the en tire team in that direction would have . been ineffectual. Tha Detroit were determined to lose and the way in which they did it demonstrated their ability to play the worst gams of ball ever witnessed. The features of the game were the stupid base running of the home team and telly's muff of an easy fly when the bases were full. ' Detroit ...... !) 0 8 0 0 0 1 0 Boston 5 0 0 2 0 0 4 x 13 Earned runs. Detroit 2. Boston 7. Two bam hits. Eowe, Brouthers, White, Wise, Nash. Three base hits, Johnston, Kelly. Home run, Suttoa First on bails, Ganzel, Brouthers, Biehardson, Morrill. Hit by pitohed ball, Brouthers, Hanlon. First on errors. Detroit 8, Boston s. struck: out, by Conway I, ny Sowders i. Passed ball, O'Rourke Wild pitches, Bowders. Time, 3:10. Umpire, Decker. Connor Knocks Ont Three Home Runs Indianapolis, May 9. Healey's arm was eors to-day and the visitors batted the ball over the ball ground and adjacent lots. Con nor, particularly distinguished himself. In the fourth inning afe complained of sickness and Ewing relieved him and McGeachy also took the boiJa HealeV's stead. Bassett's work was he fielijing feature. Indianapolis....".-..'....! 0 9 6 0 1 0 0 - 4 NewYork ,...6-3 6 0 0 1 3 8 ..18 Earned runs, Indianapolis 1, New YorkJS. Two bass hits, Healey 3, Keere, Ewing, Brown. Home Jcuor S. First on balls, hums V-Kwisc, Qore, runs, enBy,--Jbticn-rason, Tleraan. Keefe, Sore: 9. Kaw xoraxu. ssruca i i orx aw. Btruca out, Beery a, jacueachy, Beany, Daily. Hlnes. Fat isaed bailsBrown 5, Daily 1. Wild pitches. Ewing 1. McQeachy 1. xune, i:ou. Um- pire, Lynch. A Close Game at JPlttssmra;. PrrrsBVBa, May 9. The rain of yesterday left the Pittsburg grounds in fair condition, hat showers during the day kept the attend ance down to three hundred. The game was called in the eighth inning with one man ont when the Phillies had taken Hen derson's meaanre . and .were hitting freely. Gleason, the Philadelphias' "kid" pitcher, made a good impression by steadying down in the sixth inning when with two men on bases he struck oat Danlap. .But three hits were made off him. "... Pittsburg. 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-1 Philadelphia. 1 0 0 0 0 1 02 i Earned runs. Pittsburg 1. Phi laiialnhia 1. Two base hits. Foeartv 2. Farrar. Double nlava. Fields ana oriiitu, nasuan ana farrar. jrcrst on nans, Carroll, Fogarty, Bastiaa, First base on errors, iwnmpis. ouick uuk dv auaermn I. nv uiea- vu a. xuuo i uwur no minutes, umpire, Afameis. Chicago Ponstda tbe Sematera Pitcher. Chicago, May 9. The Washingtons tried their new pitcher, Greening, to-day, bat he ! did not prove a success. The Chicages hit his delivery hard in the first two innings, making a home ran, two triples, a doable and four singles. That in connection with three bases on balls and two wild pitches resulted in nine runs, Bix of which were earned. Having the game in hand the Chi- cagoes did not exert themselves farther. Krock pitohed a fine game and none, of the Senators could do anything with his delivery except Hoy, who scored both of the Wash ingtons' runs, one a home ran. Both nines played splendidly in the field. Attendance six hundred. Chicago 4 5 0 0 1 0 0 3 013 Washington 1 01 00000 0 S Earned runs. Chicago 8. Washington 1. Two base nits, iretrer s, uurns. Three base hits, BuUivan; Daly. Homo runs,. My an, sum van. Hoy. First base on balls. Anson 2. Pfefrer. Williamson. Struck out, by Krock , (Jreening 4. Time, 1:50. Umpire, valentine. Other Games Yesterday. Philadelphia Brooklyns 5,AthletiesS(aix innings) Cincinnati St. Louis 8, Cincinnatis 7. Cleveland The game with Cleveland went over on account oi wet grounds. 1,01118V! lie Aiouisvuies to, nansas uitys o. Manchester Manchesters 10, 8alems 5. Portland Lowells 8, Portlands 2. Worcester Lynns 4, Woreesters 2. Hanover Dartmouths 19, Trinitys 3. Amherst Amherst 4, Williams 8. A Child's Peculiar Death. Cincinnati. May 9. One of the most re markable accidental deaths on record occur red last evening on Wade street, in this city. Willie Boll wein, aged three years, stood on tiptoe nnder a hydrant in the yard and attempted to sack: water from the spont, patting his month close against it. In some unaccountable way he was held there by suction, and an hour later was found hanging deM, with his face black aad blue. Alton Miner Nearly Iises Ills Life. Miss Elizabeth Smith of Milford, who has been the organist In the Congregational chnroh here for the past seven years, has re signed her position in order to take the place in the First Congregational church in Mil- ford. Miss Smith has many friends here who wish her success in her new position. Mr. Fowler of Guilford officiated as organist last Sabbath. Alton T. Miner, while oat palling his lob ster pots, was overtaken by a squall of wind which turned his boat bottom upward. He managed to crawl on to the bottom of the boat, where he sat for an hour waving his hat and trying to attract the attention of some one on shore. . Failing to do this he floated near a bnoy which he clang to, righted his boat and reached the shore in safety. THE IACHI CLUB. Th Hew Claswlacation or Boat Adapted A Large Appropriation for tne Sprlnx Beeatta. The Yacht club held its regnlar monthly meeting last night. A great deal more in terest than usual seems to be taken in the spring regatta, and a large appropriation was voted for that occasion. It was voted to restrict club topsails to working topsails, only following the prece dent of a great many clubs. There was con siderable discussion in regard to the classifi cation of boats at the races of the club. The new classification as arranged was adopted. Allen Seaman was elected a new member of the board of trustees and the following gentlemen were elected members of the clnb: Noble B. Bishop, Jesse S. Welch, T. Sher man Foote, John E. Healy of this city and James Cookcraf t of Northport, L. I. TBS LOVELIi FUND. A BXeetlne . ot Lancasterlan School Graduates To-Night The Amoiit for Mr. Lovell. The committee of the grsduates of Mr. John E. Lovell's Lancasterian school met last evening and listened to the report of the treasurer, it snowed a balanoe of S-JS7 in the treasury, which will go to the Lovell fund, to be presented to Mr. Lovell. The $50 already presented, added to this amount, makes a total of $337 forwarded to Mr. Lovell, and more contributions are ex pected. The committee hare called a meeting of all interested in the formation of a Lancasterian school association for to-nisht at 8 o'clock at rooms 10 and 11 City Hall. The object of the proposed association is the holding of annual reunions similar to the one held on Founders' day. A large attendance at this meeting is desired. A. SAD ACCIDENT. Young: Lady Throws Prom a Horse. A sad accident occurred in the eastern part of the town near the Ansonia reservoir Tuesday evening that cast a gloom over the yoang people of the borough. Taes- dajy afternoon a party of fonr yonng ladies mounted their horses for a eonntry ride. Among them was Miss Flora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Billiam. who reside at 21 Williams street, Ansonia. At the reservoir Miss Billiam's horse gave a sadden start and she fell to the ground, striking her head on a stone. She waa carried home, but np to yesterday she had not regained conscious ness. Her condition is extremely critioal. THEIR 43RP AHMIVERSART. Entertain meni and Banquet By city Lodee No. 38, I. O. O. W. A most successful entertainment and ban quet was given last night at Sassacns ar mory by City lodge No, 36, I. O. O. F., it being the forty-third anniversary of tha lodge. " ' ...... Abont 500 sat down to the banquet. Dar ing the festivities a portion of the ceiling fell, smashing some of the dishes. One lady fainted away and three or fonr were very slightly biuised. Speeches were made by R. S. Keefe of Nor- walk, Ralph Burnham of Hartford, James Bishop of this city, P. S. Hunt and Mr. Blake of Bridgeport. Fred Botsford acted as toastmaster. By permission of the Grand lodee the reen ter regalia was worn by the officers of the City lodge. The music waa by Gates' orchestra. The following musical programme was suc cessfully carried ont: Overture... Gates' orchestra Quartette formerly 91 D wight Plaoe church, now cauea tne adc quartette, consisting of Br Frank Kellogg, F. B. Langdale, E. Smith and ju. -tennew, gave various selections. Song. , "Swinging' Mr. W. H. Brown, of Center Ohurr-i nhMr Selection. , Orchestra toHfc &S&SaC -MWtt Song "Stars of the Summer Night" Abt Quartette. Solo..........,.......... ... "White Daisies" Miss May Mansfield. Solo........ "Good Bye" Mr. W. H. Brown. Selection .- .Gates' Orchestra Song "The Song That Reached My Heart" miss Aiue Johnson. Mr. H. E. Beeeher acted aa aecomnaniflt nn tne pwnu tonmgaoni tne entertainment. Some of the prominent neanla nraa-at war Colonel Terhnne, First regiment Patriarchs Militant; Philip Fond, past grand representa tive; Ellery Camp, Chief Hendriok of the New Haven fire department. Joe Hnmrerford. Emmannel Buzbaum, M. Thalheimer, Robert Sizer, E. I Sperry, Peter Terhnne, Jacob Heller, Oswald Baer, Mr. Swegelman of Oer- mauia wage, ana ueorge a. uggeson. CTFber on n Tombstone. , Jl recent examination of ' Shakesnaare's tombstone with a powerful magnifying glass has enabled Professor Donnelly to find let ters heretofore undiscovered, which indis tinctly appear to be S. O. E. They may re late to important diseoveries as to the am- thorehiD of Bhakssneare'a nlava. bat whafhav ot HO,- they certainly do represent the initials of Sootch Oats Essence, which is the greatest JNerve ana -train I'ooa and enrative for Nea- ralgia, Nervosa Exhaustion and Hysteria I TJ"8-.F,r indUnapeits THI GRAN at IBill BENEFIT, A Remarkable AuaMence For Xo-Mor-rew Nlcht. To-morrow evening Bunnell's Grand Opera House will be packed to overflowing mainly with veterans of the war and .eir families. The audience itself will be a grand spectacle, and will give eur citizens a very correct idea . , . . J vu"ra' ot the class of people who twenty-five, years ago left New Haven for the front. Mr. Bun nell's friendship for the Grand Army has often been proved by his frequent" benefits, and he is now familiarly termed "Comrade Bunnell." The funds derived from the ben efit to-morrow evening are to, be used in erecting permanent markers for the graves of old soldiers, an object which the Memorial day oommittea has had in view for7 several years. There are about six hundred veterans of the war buried in the several cemeteries of New Haven, all of whose graves should be designated by one' of these substantial metal tablets. As these tablets cost bat fifty cents each purchaser of two tickets has the satis faction of knowing that he has permanently marked the zesting place of one old soldier. Valley Perce. Last evening arrangements were completed for the lecture on Valley Forge to be given at the Athenenm Jane 7 by Mr. James M. Gnthrie of Fottsville, Fa. It is to be nnder the auspices of the Patriotic Order Sons of America, of which there are five camps al ready established in New Haven. Mere Delesates. The Republicans of North Haven at a cau cus held last night elected E. L-. Liusley and CO. Eaton delegates to the State convention. The Republicans of Orange last night'elect- j ed dames uranam and t red U. .Perkins as delegates to the State convention. The town committee is James Graham. In the Second ward the Republicans elected the following delegates to the town conven tion: Edward Bryan, James A. Howarth, George E. Maltby, James Bishop and Charles A. Sheldon. Ward committee: 'Dennis A. Blakeslee chairman, John W. Lowe, Sidney B. Oviatt. John H. Clark and S. M. Smith. FROB1BLV THE COOK. Considerable Excitement Over tne Be- port Tnat a Body Has Been Fennd In the Cabin ot the Schooner Helen Angasta, Much excitement has been ereated at Mor ris Cove, where the wrecked sohooner Helen Angnsta has been towed, that the dead body of a man had been found in the cabin. . It will be remembered that the schooner was sunk off Faulkner'a Island and all the crew except the cook were rescued. Those who helped tow the schooner to Morris Cove smelled a disagreeable ordor from the cabin. 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OrrxcK Hours m. to 12 m. and from2Jto 5 B m. On S&turdav evenin-ra from ft7i to v O' ClOCK Ornnm iaaion er of Deeds. SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OP NEW HAVEN. OFFICE 3T CESTER STREET. CASH ASSETS Jan. 1, '88, $63S,S73.27. directors: Chas. S. Leete, Cornelius Pierpont, Jas. D. Dewell, A. C. Wilcox, Daniel Trowbridm. .froi a Ry-j-- Jas. M. Mason, s. K. Merwin, J. A. Bishop, H. Mason. Wsa. R. Tyler. CHAS. S. LEETE, H. MASON, PreRideiit. RmwlArv. J. D. DEWELL, H, C. FULLER, Vice President. Assist. Secretary. jgtoxrjeg granges, &z. FIRST CLASS PLUMB!NG GAS FITTING J. H. Buckley, 179 Church St. F. A. CARLiTOIV. Plumbing, Steam and Gasfitting JUBBIHQ rROMPTIiY ATTENDED AO. OFFICE ISO Ceorie, cor. Tempi St. I 8 TEAM HEATING- BUILDING. EV-ESTinATES GIVEN. HOUSEKEEPING. EVERYTHING COMPLETE FOES HOUSEKEEPING - AT - - " P. J., KELLY & CO.'S. Kltebem Furniture, Parlor Farnlinre, uearoom ifnrniiare. Carpets, Oil Cloths. Window Shade,, Beddlnc, dec, Jkc. STOVES AND RANGES. Largest variety to seleoWrom at tne lowest prices. Goods can be paid for on weekly or monthly pay ments without extra charge. 818, 830, 831, 833, 833 and 834 GRAND AVENUE. THATCHER'S Burning Furnace. Incomparably the Best. These furnaces never fail- to give entire sat isf sc ion. They are self cleaning, gas tight and anu- cllnker, most durable, economical and safe. "Plumbing, Ons and Steam Fitting Tin Roofing, &c. EatimatesJ'umished to Builders. Btbwea, Ranees and all kinds of Kltch- en'Pnrnlahlnca. 1 JOHN R. GABLOCK, . 217 State Street, near Grown. One Cent a Word for Each Insertion. WAKTE0 ASrrtJATION by a young Swedish woman to do washing and Ironing. Inquire at royl021jr - . - . 61 .WALNUT STREET WANTED. -I A COMPETENT woman ei cook and laundress. I References renatrtd. Apply between 2 and 8 Apply between 2 and 8 p. m. at (my 19 2tl aw ajii p ikkist. WANTED. A SITUATION by a young lady as housekeepe r to an eldyly .couple U ,Wiia care of an in valid. Call for one weeTr-St' -r ;;. . - mylOltt ..... a WHITNEY AVENUE. ..WANTED : SITUATION by a Swedish girl to do general .XV housework ar fwmnri nrr . MfbKtnn. ir re quired. Inquire at .- ,x myioit? t 37JPAY STREET. A SITUATION by a respectable German girl to tt.Xy ?r cnamoerworg ana Ma wins? . private familv Inquireat S33 GEORGE STREET. v- mylO ltt WASTKn. SITUATION by a girl to do general house-lloftwwaT.-"0?' ood Ar.ee- Call myiu.- 903 STATE STREET. r wArrjEi. OOK, who can wash and iron,'and a second girl atwiIv 'liner it 5iSh2JS.r. mylOS Whitney avenue. WANTED. A THOROUGHLY competent woman for gen eral housework in a family of four. First-class wages to the right one. Inquire between 1 and 3 and 6 and 8 at mylO tf Ml HOWARD AVENUE. WASTED, tJoaincTKNT woman cook. Call at mylO ltt 63BROABWAY. WANTED, A SITUATION by a thoroughly competent aad respectable girl to do second work in a private family. Call at myl0 2tt HI GRAND AVENUE. - WANTED, SITUATION by a competent, girl as cook: A A city reference. Please call at mylO 2tt 77 CONGRESS AVENUg. WANTED. A SITUATION by a thoroughly competent and respectable girt to do general housework in a private family. Best of city references. Call at myl02tt No. 204 MEADOW STREET. WANTED, IMMEDIATELY, a girl to do general housework; none but those competent need apply at my9 315 CROWN STREET. WANTED, A SITUATION by a respectable girl to do sec ond work or general housework in a small private family. References if required. Call at my9 2tt 272 WEST CARLISLE STREET. WANTED. rpO buy from 15 to SO tons of straw. Address -a. my9 2t H. E. BA8SETT, Box 825, City. WANTED, COMPETENT girl for general housework; must be good cook, washer and lroner. References required. my9 2tt 61 WOOSTER STREET. WANTED. ijtirtij to ao general Housework, inm Inquire at OUSE. -fl. tne LUCAS HOUSE, 111JV T Savin Rock. WANTED, One or two gentlemen to occupy pleasant front room (without board). ny93t 87 WILLIAM STREET. WANTED, TO go a short distance in the country, a house keeper to do the work in a small family. Ad dress with references, BOX 3S3, my9 2tj Westville. Conn. WANTED. A COMPETENT girl for general housework. Apply at my" 2tt ST1 CROWN STREET. WANTED, WAIST and skirt hands; none but experienced hands need apply. Apply at myo jii tfB UIjIVJ!; STREET. WANTED. A SITUATION to learn the hardware 1 usiness by a young man; has had some experience. Address HARDWARE, my8 3tt Journal and Courier Office. WANTED, AU experienced Plater; one who thoroughly un . derstands plating on iron goods. Address my4 6t W., Box 1.835, City. WANTED, BY Howe & Stetson a competent saleswoman or salesman to take charge of their Ladies1 Ho siery department. One with citv exneriennA n re ferred. my5 tt WANTED, AVERY neat capable girl to do general house work in a family of three adults; central lo cation with modern conveniences. Address, giving reference. HOUSEKEEPER, mya tf Care of the Journal and Courier. WANTED. EXPERIENCED job press feeders and boys to learn to feed printing presses. Apply to MUNSON & CO., apSO tf " ' Bradley and William streets. THURSDAY, I FRIDAY, I SATURDAY. mayiu, May 11. . May 12. Matinees Friday and .Saturday. Gray and Stephens and the Wonderful DRAMATIC DOOS, IN - The Old Oaken Bucket. Friday Ev'g. Way 1 1 Benefit . A. II. Friday Nlehl, Saturday night, Saturday matinee, May 11 and 12. Second engagement this season of the distinguished JARBEAU, Accompanied by Will S. Rising, George Boniface, jr.. Harry Ftandish, Ki chard Gorman, Thomas D. Daly, Bessie Cleveland, Efoise Mortimer, Hattie Harvey and Jessie Vincent, Comprising the strongest ensemble ever organized for the production of .a musical comedy, presenting STARLIGHT, An epitome of mirth and melodv. Prices, $1, 75c, 50c and 25c; matinee. 50c,(reserved); general au ussiun, sou. m9 4t "THE DI.KIES." Davenport Council, No. 700, Royal Arcanum, Anneunce as one of their series of popular enter tainments an evening or. Minn ana meioay oy Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Dixie, when they will produce pocket editions of charm ing comic operas and a laughable selection of mu- I sica 1 specialties pronounced by press and public "HEFINEDi ELEGANT AND AMUSING." One Night Only, I Atheneum, Thursday, May 10. Seats, all reserved, only 25c. Now on sale at Wells & Gunde's, 788 Ohapel street. my 5 8 10 R. M. SMITH, VOCAL TEACHER. Will take pleasure in calling upon anyone inter ested in voice development. Correct breathing, proper tone formation and all details full v explain ed. No failure possible where pupils are industrious and persevering. Inquire or address care of M. sTEINERT tt SON, my5 lrnj New Haren, Conn. A WIDE AWAKE SCHOOL. Full of push, energy, and reliable, with a high standing among business men, is the one for young ladies and young men to attend. Such is Gaffey's Select School of Shorthand and Typewriting per manently established at 49 Church street. In ses sion daily and Monday, Wednesday and Friday eve nings for the benefit of those who 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 them good positions when ihm, hvnmA fnmmtMit. Punus can enter at tor - I time and new ones are entering every week, taking the places or those going out to positions. nu or send for interesting catalogue. Instruc- lon by mail to those living out of the city. ; ffristzllVLXiztms. Bletapliylc, Or Heallne Without medicine. Tf"RS. HANKS, of Meriden, will be at the Ton JJXtine Hotel every Tuesday. Thursday and Sat urday frOin"3 to1 5 O'clock. 8ns" will instruct a class I beginning Jane 1. Price to, pupils for a thorough ions. &5. This sum entitles all course oftwelve lessons, tis. pupils to confer with Mrs. Hanks'after the lecture course on matters relative to metaphysical healing for the spgue of one year. - ' - - m9 AUCTION SALE . .. Of - WALL BAPER. An Immense stock of Wall Papers (some are -slightly damaged from the fire), to be sold ' Xhnrsdaj-, May XOf mt T:30j,.m. E. Jeffcott'a Breadwty Paper Store. ma t is. in. Auctioneer. - STORaEB :y ; FOR ' - Furniture, Carriages and Merchandise ..: .. . -. AT SMEOKY BROS.' STOREHOUSE 173 BREWERY STREET. Carload of Extra Good Horses. SMEDLEY & SHEETS, 169-171 BREWERY STREET V X. : i