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THB COURT HECOBU.
Court of Common Fleas Criminal Side
Judge Demise.
Michael Thumpane, who was bronght be
fore the court on Thursday, was yesterday
morning fonnd guilty of theft and he was
fined $9 and coals.
Violation or Liquor Law.
The next case to be taken np was that
against Hichsel Creegan, who keeps a saloon
on the corner of Carlisle and Liberty streets.
He was charged with selling liquor on San
day. Officers Sullivan, Nichols. Hyde and
Byxbee testified for the State. The defense,
represented by Attorneys T. J. Fox and Ed
mund Zacher, pnt in a general denial. - The
officers testified that they looked throngh the
window and saw two men passing throngh
the rear door of the saloon.
Court or Common- Pleas Civil Side
Judge studley.
Before Judge Stndley yesterday was begun
the casa of James Eager of Jersey City vs.
Dennis T. Walsh of Birmingham. It is a
suit to replevy about JiSUU wortn or whiskey
sold the defendant, who is now insolvent.
On account of the absence of witnesses from
New Tork the case was postponed.
City Court Criminal Side Jndeje
Tnompson.
Keeping house of ill fame Mary Knowl
ton, discharged.
Breach of the peace Ellen Mnrray,30 davs
in jail; drunk, 15 days in jail, $8.69 costs;
John P. Welch, $1 fine and $6.84 costs.
sednction Unarles is. iieckwitn, bound
over to the July term of Superior eonrt nnder
$1,W0 bonds.
Indnstrial school complaint Dora Bercer,
committed until she is 21 years old.
Vaffrancv Michael Avincrfcon. 30 riavn in
jail; drunk, 30 days in jail, $5.43 costs.
City court Civil side Judge Thomp
son.
Before Judee Thompson and a jury yester
day was begun the case of Edward Stanford
vs. Yale and .Bryan, who are tharged witn
selling a horse to the plaintiff under misrep
resentations. The suit is to secure $50, the
price paid for the horse. Figott and Pardee
appeared for the plaintiff and H. L. Hotch
kiss for the defendants.
Court Notes.
Jndge Chamberlin of Stafford Springs has
given his decision allowing the Stafford Agri
cultural society, of which ex-Uasmer Micks
was president, to go into the hands of a re
ceiver. Many of the creditors of the society
have already been paid in full, while a num
ber or large creditors will be obliged to ac
cept a very small percentage of their claims.
At tne close or tne fair last October the
society was worth abont $4,000, with ent-
stanoing debts amounting to Sti.UUU. ilad
the society then none into the hands of a re
ceiver matters would have been settled to the
satisfaction of all.
Stoned a Peddler.
In the City court yesterday was John P.
Welch, an office boy in the employ of Judge
iteming, charged witn stoning a peddler,
Judge Doming defended the boy, who was
fined SI and Sb.b4 costs. Judee Deming ap
pealed the case and gave $100 bonds for the
boy.
Wanted to Compromise.
A majority of the creditors on the insol
vent estate of Thomas Sharp of Seymonamet
in the bar library to talk over the situation.
Mr. Sharp's liabilities are about $13,000 and
his assets Sa.WO. Mr. Uager represented Mr,
Sharp and explained that Mi. Sharp could
pay twenty-five per cent, and that Tracy
Brothers of Waterbury, who were the largest
creditors, had agreed to accept this. The
creditors represented at the hearing yesterday
were in favor of aeoepting the twenty-five
per cent., because if the matter was brought
into court and a trustee appointed it is not
probable that more than five per cent could
be realized.
Settled Out or Court.
The suit of Hemingway vs. Hendrickson to
recover $25 on a suit of clothes which the
latter failed to pay for has been settled ont
of court. It was to have been tried before
Justice Walter Pond.
IHary Knowllon Discharged.
The charges against Mary Knowlton for
keeping a house of disrepute on Wooster
street were not proven in the uity court yes
terday and she was discharged.
Ejected.
Urs. Eva Warner, of Hamden. recently
bronght a summary process suit against Sam
uel Lloyd, who occupied her house at 848
Munson street. Wednesday Constable Pond
notified Lloyd that he would have two days
to move in. Yesterday morning Lloyd had
not taken any steps to vacate and his ef
fects, inoluding a square piano, were pnt in
he street.
OVKK. TWO HIINDKKD THOUSAND.
Receipts from ft.la.uor Licenses Tnls
Year Compared with Last.
Eight new applications for liquor licenses
were granted by the connty commissioners
yesterday. Though the great majority of
business has been done for the year whioh
began in November, still the opening of sea
shore hotels and other summer resorts will
boom the license business for several weeks.
Up to date this year the commissioners have
granted 448 licenses outside of New Haven,
about the same number as last year, and
368 in this city, which is just 50 lees than
were taken last year. For this they have
received $217,163. For the entire period
last year but $175,072 was received. The
receipts this year, with six months business
yet to be done, amount to $43,091 mors than
last. The commissioners take in about $4,000
more this year for licenses. As was expected,
raising the prioe of licenses in this city has
decreased the number of saloons about
50, and increased the revenues nearly $50,
000. The commissioners are now consider
ing -whether to raise the license next
year $100 or $300. It is quite probable
that licenses will cost half a thousand In
1890, and sure they will be as much as
WD.
THE RSW SCHOOL, SCILD1NG.
Work On the New Webster School
Bnlldlae To Becln About July 1st
At the end of the spring term the work of
tearing down the present Webster school
building to give place to the new one that
is to be erected will begin. The term will
end one week earlier than usual, and the
work will begin the last of June.
The plan is for a three story building of
twelve rooms. This new building will prob
ably be ready for the spring term of 1839.
Koms in the district will be rented for school
purposes until the new building is complet
ed. The contracts will be given to New Ha
ven builders. Superintendent Dutton and
Messrs. Strong and Zunder of the board of
education called en Mayor York and City
And! tor Lake yesterday to receive if possio
ble the State House for the temporary use of
the children of the district. This depends
on whether the committee decide that suita
ble repairs can be made for the $30,000 ap
propriated, and, if so, the work will begin
very soon.
There has been some talk of the board of
education renting the shop formerly used by
Newman A. Co.. in Park street, just north of
west unapei. tor tee children ct tne weD-
ster school.
Death or Ex-Conersssman Mitchell's
mother.
Mrs. Elizabeth Mary Mitchell, mother of
ex-Congressman Charles L. Mitchell, died at
her residence on Wooster street early yester
day morning of heart disease. She had
been around the previous day as usual and
spent the day at the family shore house on
the East Haven heights. She retired early
in the evening and was awakened early yes
terday morning by violent pains in the re
gion of the heart. Physicians were sum
moned at once, but by the time they arrived
Mrs. Mitchell was beyond, medical aid. She
was a lady of an extremefy kind and charita
ble disposition, and her circle of friends was
a large one. Two children survive her, ex-
Congressman Mitchell and Mrs. Davies of
Hartford. Her age was seventy-five.
.Her husband was Edward A. Mitchell,.
who, previous to his death, held litrge inter
ests in the Mriden Britannia worku and other
mannfactnrinur concerns, and who Tears ago
waa TKMtmasbsr of New Haven for w number
of years. Ho was a very genial gentleman
and nnaAed a larse circle of frien ds, some
of whom still survive and warmly cherish his
memory.
Hot Decided The I. O. O. F. Csintons.
Representatives from the various cantODB
of the Stata met at the rooms of canton Sas-
saous la the Exchange "building yesterday af
ternoon at 3 o'nlnofc fn fulV avat the an nual
spring parade. It was not decided whether
'he eantoms WOWd hav a rnnrina narada tYuS
year ox t. Another meeting will be calliid
soon.
CARPUS NOTES.
To Salt oust all To-day Tale vs. Wil
liams Some Pacta Aaout Stuff
Seniors Dann tne Handsomest Jslan
Games at Cedarnurst Seneral
News.
Yale vs. Williams at Williamstown to
day.
Harvard vs. Princeton, championship
game, at Princeton to-day.
Spring regatta of the University Boat
clnb at Lake Saltonstall at three this after
noon. Special train leaves the Union depot
at 2:30, returning after the races.
There will be no meeting in Dwight hall
to-morrow evening .because of the Bev. Dr.
Walker's baccalaureate sermon to theDivinity
school at Center church.
Jesse Dann, catcher on the nine, has been
voted the handsomest man in his class, '88 S.
Yale will send twelve men to contest at the
Cedarnurst athletic games to-day. Harvard,
Princeton and Columbia will also send teams.
The races commence at 3:30 and special trains
will os run rrom Lone Island City.
Alter tnis year the recular course at tne
uoiumma Law school for the degree of ll.
U. will extend over three years Instead of two
as tormerly.
- The spring meeting of the Athletic
elation takes place at the field next Tuesday
at 4:ii. I he nsnal events are on the pro
gramme.
The nine goes to Williamstown this morning
where it plays with Williams to-day. It was
rumored last evening that Stagg would pitch
part of the game and Heyworth finish it. The
next game at the Field is announced for next
Wednesday when the nine from Holy Cross
college at Worcester will play tne University
team.
The programme of races at Saltonstall this
afternoon, as previously announced in the
Courier, includes the single scull race for
the Cleveland cup, tne Dunham single scull,
fat men vs. lean men. Delta Kappa Epsilon
vs. .f si v psilon ana the two mile straigbt-a-
way between eight-oared -crews from '98, '90
and '91. In this last race the University
crew will row, not as a contestant but as an
exhibition. The eight-oared crews with their
weights are as follows:
JUNIORS. WE1GST
Bow, J. G. Rogers. .
2, H. W. Vernon...
3, Q. H. Davidson..
4, A. H. Mosle
5, S. A. Crummey
..140
1S8
148
165
168
173
o, u. . A.ent. . .
7, T. E. Donnelly 151
Stroke, W. R. Mason '. 155
Coxswain, W. W. Ames 105
SOPHOMORES.
Bow, L. H. 8weitzer
2, H. 8. Burroughs
3, R. L.. Qlisen
4, T. R. Field
5, A. B. Nawall
6, M. James
7, G. S. Burroughs
Stroke. R. F. Harrison
Cox wain, R. F. Thompson.
FRE3HMEX.
Bow, B. F. Slmms
2. E. S. Isham
WSIOHT.
145
153
161
161
179
158
152
151
108
WEIGHT.
155
157
164
174
3, J. Rhodes
4, H. T. Ferris
5, L. Heyworth
...162
...165
e. if. Alien.
7, G. S. Brewster 172
Stroke, C. F. Rogers 152
Coxswain, N. Gray 112
A few f aots as culled by the Vale News
from the '88 S. class book may be fonnd of
general interest. The average age of the
class is twenty-one years, three months and
eleven days. The average height is five feet,
nine and one-seventh inches, and average
weight one hundred andfif ty and a half pounds
The number in each course is as follows: Se
lects 27, civil engineers 14, mechanical en
gineers 14, biologists 10, chemists 7 and
agriculturists 2. The average expense a
year has been $970. Twenty-one
men have never had conditions,
while twenty-six received senior appoint
ments. In religion the class is above the av
erage, having forty-two chnrch members,
nineteen of whom are Congregationalists, ten
Episcopalians, six Unitarians, four Catbo
lios, two Jews and one Methodist. Beside
the church members there are fourteen oth
ers who are regular attendants on Sunday
services. Thirty-eight men smoke, thirty
four drink and all but one vlav cards.
Charles W. Stewart was voted the most pop
ular and Jesse C. Dann the handsomest man.
F1IK HAVEN.
Roadway to be Repalred-Sundar Nlcht
Addresses Personal Notes To Go to
Sweden General Notes of Interest.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Clark have returned
from their wedding tour.
Mrs. E. A. Farren of Maltby street is qnite
ill.
The oration at the West Haven liemoiial
day exercises will be delivered by Bev. P. S.
Evans of the Baptist church.
Mrs. William Comatock and daughter of
Essex have been visiting Mrs. F. M. Wiser of
Exchange street.
Mr. James Johnson of North Front street,
who has been ill for some time past, Is get
ting Detter rapiaiy.
Miss H. A. Rowe, who has been, spending
the winter in Madison, ia now visitine her
-brother, Deacon Lucius Kawe of 1 Clinton
avenue.
The road near Lewis' bridge, which has
been frequently impassable on account of the
tide, is to be raised two or three feet for the
distance of nearly a mile. This improvement
as oeiore stated will cost $ o.uvu.
Charles Brandt of D. M.Welch & Son's will
start for Sweden on May 20 to be gone three
montns.
The Ivy club will play its opening game of
lawn tennis on the new Blatchley avenue
court to-day.
The local fishermen are now looking for
bass as well as shad.
The horse railroad company has replanked
between the rails on the Grand avenue
bridge.
Charles Cameron, president of the Good
Samaritans, will address the temperance
meeting to oe neid Dy Anonor Temple of
Honor in Central hall to-morrow evening.
Bicyclists say that the roadway from here
to Uuiliord is now in nrst-class condition.
Lieutenant John U. Rhodes is at present
stopping with his brother, Tiedwell Rhodes
of West Madison.
There will be no more cargoes of oysters
trom v irguna tnis season.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton W. Scran ton, who
recently celebrated their fiftieth wedding
anniversary, were tormerly residents or Jf air
Haven.
Miss Ida C. Clothier, State superintendent
of temperance work in Massachusetts, will
address the gospel temperance meeting at
the East Pearl street Methodist church on
Sunday afternoon, May 13, and also speak
in tne same plaee in tne evening at 7:30,
nnder the auspices of the Y. W. C. T. U.
Miss Clothier is a very pleasing speaker, and
a large audience, especially of young people,
is desirable. Afternoon service at three
o'clock.
The new iron bridge over the Hartford
and Air Line railroad track is in position and
many people of that section have been out to
view it. The approaches are yet to be com
plated. It is a fine structure and gives the
people of the locality much satisfaction.
With the bridge completed Blatchley avenue
is extended from State street, (Jedar Hill, to
the harbor at Grapevine Point.
The St. Ignatius T. A. B. society is growing
so rapidly that larger and permanent quarters
are necessary. The majority of the members
favor the purchase or some centrally situated
land in Fair Haven and the ereotion of a suit
able building to be used exclusively by the
society. A committee consisting of Frank
Carroll, Thomas Maher, Joseph, rat ton.
Frank Maloney, James Connors, John Kane
and John Ley den has been appointed to de
cide upon a desirable location, but as yet
nave arrived at no dennite conclusion.
The proposed edifice will be fitted np with
a club room for meetings, etc., a reading
room and a suitable gymnasium. It will be
two stories in height, probably constructed
of brick, and cost about $l,6UUor $l,euu.
It costs less to keep the Mathushek piano
in tnne and renair than anv other riiano
made. They are made to wear. Each one
sold sells another. See them at the Treat &
Shepard Co.'s. my8 eodotw
When purchasing your household supplies
always ask for S perry & Barnes' celebrated
sugar cured hams and pure kettle lard. Don't
be deceived into buying any interior Dranas:
all goods made by this firm bear their trade
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UNDER FAVORABLE
And with the Most Powerful Inducements we
Commence the Fourth
Sale of Surplus Stock
House in Boston and the Most Important
Sale of High Grade Clothing Ever Organized
in New England.
First, we shall sell yon the Blues, the Indigo Blues, the Stay Blue, the Bines that never
fade; Blues that will stand sunshine or rain, acid or salt water. Every suit bears a guaran
tee warranting them to be all that we represent. We shall sell another lot of 800 Men's and
Toung Men's Suits, regular sizes and perfect goods, for $6.50. If you can match them
outside 01 our store ior less man ten ooiiars,
Second, we offer you the "Mechanicsville" Suits for men.- Do you know what the
Mechanicsville are ! Have you ever seen them Have yon ever worn onet They are strictly
all wool, stylish colors and mixtures, and usually sell for $15. We offer a new, big lot in
from the makers' hands since Mav 1st at 81. This price does not cover the cost of the
cloth alone, bnt we have a big quantity, the season is backward, and you can take your
choice now for ten dollars. Country dealers who are in the habit of paying $11 and $12 for
the Mechanicsville had better stock up at our retail price.
- Third, we offer you a new, stylish and elegant line of the famous Scotch finished Chev
iot Suits for Men and Yonng Men at $12. The goods were made by the Chase woolen
mills, well and favorably known by every clothing manufacturer, both East and West. It
is one of the most fashionable suits we have shown this season and they would be excellent
value at $18. Our price now for a new lot
We give dollars to every buyer of the famous Sawyer, the celebrated Edward Harris'
the renowned Riversides and the wonderful Aswegoes. They rank high with the choicest
rnnrla mAn in thin nnnntrv and reeularlv they retail for $16, $18 and $20. We have quan
tities, and like the medium and low priced we are going to sell them now while the people
want fine suits. Our price this week for any of these elegant suits only $12.
Is this nrice above your limit! Then
ftS.SO. Nothing less than the Websters, the
National Black fTorkscrew Snits. all at one
fit, the quality, and last, but not least, the price to be lower by $6.50 per suit than these
goods have ever been sold in New Haven, Boston or New York.
R'.v.n this ft not bottom for Men's All Wool
widely known and popular Slade Cassimere Suits, warranted strictly all wool and new pat
terns, for $6.50. It would be folly to dwell on the great merits and intrinsic value of
thesa snits. We offer them in all sizes, dark colors and exceptionally well made, at the
nominal price of $0.50 for men's suits, worth
Onr showineof the finest tailor-made snits
and American cloths is tne best we nave ever
is folly.
Tim trad in onr Bovs' denartment the nast
looked for a rush and we eot it. Extra salesmen have been engaged this week. Commenc
ing Saturday morning we shall sell two hundred
Y&Cw rue lot onered one wees: ago was ciuseu
New lota of larcra bovs' all wool suits, coat,
meres, (85 per Salt, that are worth $9 and
ever saw in boys' suits.
50 dozen of the celebrated "Star" Shirt
$12 and $15 goods.
We offer the most remarkable bargains in
have ever shown in New Haven. From the
$12 down to $2.50 we offer at every price astonishing values.
For S2.SO we shall sell 120 Boys' All
to 14, short pants, that are worth $4, $4.ou and
For $3.50 we shall sell about 200 Boys' all wool Suits, the same sizes and shapes as
the above lot, made from Cheviots in light and dark mixtures, worsteds, caseimeres and
flannels. This is an exceptionally fine line of Suits by far the best that we ever sold for
the price; at $5 or $0 they would be good values.
For $5 we offer a line of Boys and Children's suits that cannot be matched in any
market without yon pay $6.50 to $8.50. Not
terns. It is a popular price and one of our
dren's five dollar suits if you want much for
If pleasant we predict that Saturday will be one of tne biggest
da s we ever nad, ana we most
come in tne forenoon.
C. E. LONGrLEY & CO.,
101, 103, and 105 Church Street,
A Weak Opening: Market New Eng
land PrssilMSt In tna Decline Tne
Lares Bona Pnrehasea Send Prices
Up After tne livery Hear ana Top
Rates Rale at tne Close.
New Tosx. May 11.
Stocks opened rather weak with declines ranging
from U per cent. After a shott upward turn
prices were forced off on a very moderate business
to small fractions below first pricas. New England
losing 1 per cent. The market then became aull
with a gradual improvement and toward neoa Jar.
sey Central moved up from 68H to SIM- The dull
ness became intense after 12 o'clock, and while
there was a firm tone to dealings there was no fea
ture whatever In the trading until after the delivery
hour, when It was announced that the Secretary of
the Treasury had accepted all the bends offered,
the largest number accepted since the Treasury has
been purchasing. This started a smart covering
among the shorts and business shewed a marked
increase. The advance was stopped only with the
close of business, which was active and strong at
top figures for the day.
Clewing prices reported over the private wires of
BDKNEU. A 8C BAN TON. Bankers and Brokers:
Bid Alktd.
Am. Cotton Seed Oil " 31
Alios a Tsrre Haute 38
Alton & Terre Haute Ffd 73
Atlantic & Pacific 4
31
39
TS
8i
98
116
50
SO
50)
59)s
33
140
S
Boston A N. Y. Air Line 97
Burlington A Quincy 11
C. C. C. & I 7
Cameron Coal
Canada Soutnern k M)
Canadian r-aciflc 69
CentralPaciac 31K
Chicago Alton 137
UhesapeaaeA Ohio 1H
Chesapeaaa & Ohio. 1st Pf d 3H
Chesapeake & Ohio 1 Pfd
Chic. St. Louts & Pitta 12
Chic, 8b Louis ft Pitts Ffd 83
Cin.W. B 8
an.W.B.Pfd
Colorado Coal ". Ve
Commons & Hocking Valley '. . 19
Del. Lack. & Western 129
Del. & Hudson Canal 10t9fc
Denver & Rio Grande IS
Denver & Rio Grande Pfd 4H
KastTenn., Va&Ua U4
East Tenn., Va. Us. 1st. Ffd 60
East Tenn., Va. A Ga 2d Pfd Wi
Erie W
Erie Pfd
Erie Seconds MHs
Erie Western
Erie and Western preferred 44)4
Express Adams W
. United States 72
Wells, Fargo 135
In. Bloom. W Mi
Illinois ; Central
13
27
4
iaM
50H
10
62
i
245
56..
97
M
m
73
140
12H
l-'lHl
13)
91)d
56)2
93.
15
79H
65
8
82
16
7794
Kansas A Texas.
12
Lake Shore
Louisville &iKaahvil)e . .
Manhattan Elevated
Mary land.Coal
Mlcnigan central
Mil.. L. Shore A Western
Mil., L. Shore A W. of d
Minn. A St.Louis
Minn. A St. Louislpfd
Missouri fee
New Central Coal
N aw Jaraev Central... ....
, 91K
&es
. 10
. 55
. 89
'. 15$
77J6
. 10
f?3s
New York Central 105
106
New fori New Ens 09i
Hocking Coal & Iron.... 20
N. Y. Susq. West '. . H
N. Y. Susq. A West, pfd 30
N. Y..C. St. Louis ISH
H. Y C s St. Louis pfd 65
Norfolk Western
Norfolk West pfd 47M
Northern Paciflo
Northern Paoiflopfd 52)4
Northwest 109
Northwest nfd 143 .
Oil Certificates . . 867s
41
21
30i
Do
47j
24:
52
1091
143
87
21
Ohio A Mississippi 20
umana -
Omaha pfd
Ontario A Western.
Oregon Navigation.
Oregon Transcontinental
Peoria.. D. and Evansvilie
Pullman Car Co
Beading
88),
iu
17
94&J
24
14!
61
Biehmons A West Point,
S3H
65
110J
SO
6SH
Richmond S W. P. pfd.
Bock Island H
Ban Francisco 29
San Francisco pfd
Ban Francisco 1st pfd 113
St. Paul 78
St. Paul pfd 115
St. Paul A Duluth 50
St Paul & Duluth.pfd 101
Bt. Paul and M 101U
Union Pacific 53
Wabash..... 13 W
Wabash pfd K5)i
Western Union Tel 76
Tenn. Coal A Iron 2o
government bonds closed as follows
Use. 'tree...
114
7SJa
no
58
103K
1U
54
36
87
..:06$fclO6
..:oTJai08
..1264aia7
..:SiialS7
ftts, '91 eoup
Is, 1907, reg
4s, 1907, coup...
1Z1
Currency 6a, Hie. .
Currency 6e '97 . .
Currency Ss, '98. .
Currency Os. '99. .
:ai
125
128
. ..130
CkLlcaso Grain and Provision market.
dosing quotations lie ported ever Private Wires
to Bdwli Rows 4c Co.. Oommisaiou Mer
chant. 401 Mew York Produce ExohanKv N
York.
The following shows the quotations at 1 p. U.
(tinloajro time) far the past three days:
V
May 9. May 10.
Hay 11
85
86
87Js
58W
. 56ji
66f2
14.80
14.20
14.27
8.20
8.20
8,26
May...
June...
July...
8S
Wheal
I May...
-June..
tan
55
57
at-
14.07U
14.07 W
14.17K
8.15
Cors
July ..
May
..14.20
Pork
June 14.25 -
July 14.35
May....... 8.20
June 8.20
July. 8.SS
Lard
107
16
94H
24X
19?fi
145W
6014
28
mi
CIRCUMSTANCES
Week of the Great
from our Wholesale
taae ouis-iui numiug.
or 7 9 suits,
we offer you a Perfect Bonanza lor
Kussells and the Pomeroy Cheviots, and the
nrice. SS.50. We guarantee the cut, the
Suits. We shall sell another lot of the
at a fair valuation $11.
and light weight Overcoats cut from foreign
maoe. io compare present wim pass prices
week has been something enormous. We
and fifty more Boys' Blue Flannel Suits at
iu iwu uays.
nants and vest, both Cheviots and Caasi-
$10. These are the biggest bargains that we
Waists, ail sizes, laundered, at 50c; regular
Boys' and Children's all wool snits that we
very finest grade suits that sell for $10 and
Wool Suits, plaited and Norfolk styles, sizes 4
?o.
fewer than twenty different styles and pat
strongest cards. Ask to see our boys' and chu
little.
respeciiuiiy ass an wno can 10
WAtimxc'ml. -
VERMILYE & CO.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
Dealers In Investment Securities.
Not. 16 and 18 Nassau St.
NEW YORK CITY.
EIGHT PER CENT.
8 per ct. Guaranteed 8 per ct
PURCHASE PRICE MORTGAGES.
First Mortgages Only
Each mortgage has a special deposit of 25 per
cent, wittt tux American ixan and Trust uompany
of Boston, additional security.
Capita), Surplus and ProBta, 1,008,773.14.
The Winner Investment Company.
DIRECTORS: Willard E. Winner, President,
Walter A. Bunker, vice president: A. C. Bmndasre
secretary ; Albert M. Winner; J. 8. Chick, president
iNaiionai ttans or &.ansas cay; l.. k. moore. aui
lene, Moore, Emery Co., wholes ile dry goods;
r rea w . 1'erkuns, ex-cieric u . a. court, u . o. com
missioner, attornev-at-law : V. W. Barley, capital-
iat; J. W. Byera, capitalist, all of Kansas City, Ho.
BOSTON
Land and Mortgage Go.
Shares, non assessable, $SOO eacn,in-
cmainsraoricace Hona on aksinsas
City lane bearing 8 percent,
guaranteed Interest.
Bend for "Notes on Kansas City" and references.
Wm. H. Parmenter,
GENERAL AGENT,
SO State street, Boston, HI ass.
aplStf
STOCKS AND BONDS FOR SALE.
60 shares Danbury and Norwalk R. R.
5 shares New Haven Electric Company.
4u shares Adams Express Company.
14 shares N. Y., N. H. and H. KB. Company.
20 shares Naugatuck RR. Co.
20 shares 8o. N. E. Telephone Company.
100 shares Boston and N. Y. Air Line preferred.
5,000 Housatonic R.R. 5s of 1937.
$1,000 Northampton RR. 7s of 1899.
WESTERN FARM LOANS.
Principal and interest guaranteed by the
Lombard Investment Company
W.T. HATCH & SONS,
BANKERS.
8 Per Gent. Mortgages.
Security 3 to 5 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 i
curity. Time one year, (two coupons), making
them very desirable for those seeking temporary
investments. Also a good supply of 5 year 7 per
cent, oonaa in sums to suit.
JOHN KERLET,
OfHce, 514 Ceorge Street
Stocks For Sale.
25 shares New Haven Water Co. stock.
25 shares New Haven Gas Light Co. stock.
10 shares N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. Co. stock.
50 shares The L. Candee A Co. stock.
20 shares New Haven Electric Co. stock.
25 shares National Pipe Bending Co. stock.
Western Farm Loans and Debentures made and
guaranteed by the Missouri Trust Go. and the Ne
braska Loan Trust Co.-
H. C. WARREN & CO.;
129 Orange street.
In Every Respect For
Trust Funds.
Lean. Int. Seenrltr. Ins.
$3,300 7 $12,000 f800
1,100 7 3,300
1,300 7 4,000 400
1,000 6 8,600 800
1,000 7 8,000 800
Loans of all sizes and guaranteed if desired. In
terest 6 to 7 per cent.
ALFRED WALKER & GO.
ml d&wlm
A Prompt Denial.
WHEREAS, lor some time
been in circnlation, and whereas said reports, which
we did not deem worthy ol
day in an anonymous libel
the assurance of onr customers and the benefit of the
public, say :
FIRST : That the Scotch
tured by us for the general
single particle of any opiate,
hemp, or any narcotic or
any kind.
SECOND: That from the
these reports we began to
Scotch Oats Essence a $lQ,uOv forfeit guarantee that
there was not a particle of
in it, sworn to under oath.
THIRD : That owing to
dented sale of S. O. E , and
less and helpless invalids it
the envy, hatred, malice and
who are taking every means
the REPUTATION ot the remedy.
FOURTH: We would invite any person or persons,
chemists, physicians or the
and witness the manufacture of the great remedy from
the crude grain to the bottles and labeled essence.
FIFTH : We shall take
punish malicious and libellous parties who, nnder the
guise ot anonymity, attack
ly manner.
SIXTH : We regret that
best chemists iu the city to
ysis of Scotch Oats Essence,
it takes, will not as yet permit us to publish their sworn
statement as to the entire
any narcotic.
SCOTCH OATS ESSENCE is Nature's tonic and ner
vine. It is purely vegetable,
effects.
1. It is Nature's own remedy, and being
it will aot injure the most exhausted invalid
trary, strengthen, build up, fortify and rejuvenate not only the weakened and unstrung
nerves, palsied limbs and. exhausted vitality, but will increase the appetite and digestive
powers, enrich and purify the blood and regulate the bowels.
2. While, like opium, it will quiet pain and produce sleep, it does so not by steeping
the brain in lethargy and deadening the nerves, but by giving strength, equilibrium and
vigor to them. Not only will it not enslave those who use it as do opium, morphine, al
cohol and chloral but it will promptly destroy the craving for these, strengthen and ins
vigorate the shattered nerves and free the victim from his terrible bondage.
3. Dr. BCGKLAMD's ESSENCE is in no sense a patent medicine. It is
simply Nature's own Tonic and Vitalizer,
The infant and the octogenarian may alike
4. It does away with loading the stomach with nauseous and powerful drugs and de
coctions, and simply feeds life and vigor to the weakened and hungry nerves and tissues.
5. It is not a temporary expedient for stimulating a tired brain or exhausted nervous
system for a time, to leave as badly off ot worse than before, but an actual nerve food as
well as tonic that enters directly into the compesition of the nerves, giving a strength that
is lasting and a power that will not fail when called upon.
6. Its claims are based not upou the myths or fables bf ignorant and imaginative peo
ple, but upon the unassailable evidence of
its action upon their patients, but also upon themselves.
7. It is not a popular nostrum for which every curative virtue under the sun is claim
ed, but a natural vegetable specific for nervous
painful or paralytic.
SCOTCH OATS ESSENCE
Will Positively Cure
Dyspepsia,
Headache,
Constipation,
Epilepsy,
Diabetes,
Paralysis,
Neuralgia of the Heart.
Wm Produce Easy and Painless Labor; Fine,
Strong and Healthy Children; Prevent Con
vulsions and Teething Troubles ; Give
Strength and Health to the Weak ;
Make the Childless Happy.
ROOK On Brain and Nerves, Mothers' rDCC I
D "Handbook and Nursing Receipts, r n C d .
SCOTCH OATS ESSENCE CO.,
1 60 Fulton street, New York.
Every bottle of Scotch Ost9 Essence manufac
tured by the company will now have on its p aste
board wrapper a $10,000 forfeit guarantee that it
does not contain a partiole of opium, morphine,
chloral, or any other narcotic.
EHNI BR(5S., Dentists.
STANLEY'S VAPOR,
For the painless extraction of teeth, is by no means an experiment, bnt has been in con
stant use for the last seven years. During
themselves of its use and proved its superiority to all other anaesthetics.
We also thoroughly fill natural teeth and insert artificial ones in a most artistic manner
at reasonable prices.
EHNI BROTHERS, Dentists,
774 CHAPEL STREET. 774
Over Mendel & Freedman's Store.
No.
financial.
WESTERN FARM LOANS.
THIRST Mortgage security on improved farms in
X Kansas. Colorado and Washington Territory.
giving a high rate of interest lo investors.
Clarence E. Thompson,
Successor to Samuel G. Thorn, .
BowdUtcb BolIdlDK, 102 Oranie St.,
ap21 Old number 7214.
- Florida Guava Jelly
fN glass jars. New season's packing.
L ED W. E. HALL A SON,
770 Chapel Street.
past certain reports have
notice, cnlminaled yester-
in several papers, we, for
Oats Essence as mannfac-
public does not contain a
morphine, chloral, Indian
poisonous ingredient of
first moment we heard
place upon each bottle of 1
any opiate or other narcotic
the marvelous and unprece
the many thousands of hope-
has cured, we have aroused
ill-will of certain persons
in their power to injure
public, to call at our lactory
every legal step necessary to
us trom behind in a coward-
the failure ot three ot the
complete an elaborate anal-
owing to the length of time
freedom ot our remedy from
prompt and lasting in its
of vegetable origin is absolutely harmless;
or the weakest stomaeh, bnt will, on the con
presented in its most active and palatablo form.
use it without any harm and with much benefit.
some of our. best physicians, not only as regards
and mental diseases, irritative, exhaustive,
Sciatica,
Malaria,
Angina Pectoris,
Heuralgia,
Spasmodic Asthma,
Trembling Palsy,
BOSKINE PILLS.
Or Pellets made from Oatmeal Husk and
rich in "Boskine," Nature's laxative, anti-
buious and corrective. Unres unromo con
stipation, Nausea, Sick Headache and Bil
iousness. 25o per box; all drug stores.
S. O. E. Co., 160 Fulton St., New York.
that time enthnsiastio thousands have availed
WRIGHT & DITSON'S
Tennis Supplies.
Feather Dusters.
Garden Tools,
Kublicr Hose,
Pocket Knives.
Catalogues of Carriages
Mailed to any Address.
D. T. MALLETT,
776 Chapel St reet.
WiVLVLVLtml.
Investment Securities.
- 10 Shares Shore Line Railroad Stock.
50 Shares Air Line Preferred Stock.
4 Merchants' National Bank.
25 Second National Bank. -
40 Danbury A Norwalk Railroad Stock. .
3,009 Housatonic Railroad Bonds. - -
- $2,000 New Haven A Northampton Bonds.
BUNNELL & SCRANT0N, Bankers.
108 Orange Street.
sJhampagne Baskets.
A LOT cheap. We want the room.
apS HALL & BON, 770 Chapel Street, ,
Co VO As
YOU'D BUTTER READ THIS!
Go buy your Butter, young man.
At Clark's whenever you ean;
5)4 pounds for One Dollar
Will make vour wife holler
That's the Butter for me, young man.
Fresh laid Eggs, guaranteed, lit
SOc per doz, i;neBpesi nn;
in the city to tony your
EGGS.
t.t ii ..n raA, rp Ttntf-Ar from the manufac
tured article to the choice Durham Creamery, and
all at wnoiesaie prices, wo K" i"11
I customers; Tops, Marbles. Balls, etc., for the chil
dren and something else to suit older people. Call
in and see for yourseir.
CO A I. 50 cents per ton cheaper than the regular
P100- WMT Mil- Mr KT(
mar29 21 Church Street.
inn Rmariwav. cnr. Howe Street.
Is the Cheapest and Best House
to ouy urruwrics, "
sions and Meats.
NATIVE VEAL.
6-lOcalb. Stew Veal 6-lUca iD.
15e. vaLtoIoaSt
10c. veai ior siuuuig
ifi tn 1S Veal Chops lb-loc.
16-t01SC. 1JTJT1WW RF1P.F.
5c lb. for nice Corned Beet oc 10.
10c Roast Beef 10c lb.
56c Fresh Plate Beef 5-6c.
25c doz. Splendid Fine Oranges 23c doz.
riuuKouui'. - - ,.
I Bananas, Domyeuuw numcu, o "-"
low. Best Creamery Butter only 33c per lb. The
IT-Z' nCT.i.i.v. D...o A lha fnr 2Sr- Our Stock Of
UCL 1 in . i ..... ... - ,
Canned Goods is large and very cheap. In tact,
. i. ; i Iiu.. nr. thA verv lowest cash
price. Remember the place,
W. S. RicKey, loo Mowe street.
Live Lobsters 10c lb.
I Connecticut Eiver Shad
Eeceived Daily.
Hudson River Shad,
At 8 and 10 Cents per Pound.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Fresh
Pork, Pork Tenderloins.
Canons. Turkeii. Chickens,
I Bermuda Tomatoes, Onions, Spinach, Let
tuce, Kadisnes, string ueaus, wrocu
Peas, etc., etce.
W. D. JUDSON,
505 and 507 STATE STREET.
FINE FRESH EGGS.
Not ordinary barreled Eggs, but fine Fresh Coun
try Eggs.
17ct8. per dozen, o uozen ior 91.
TCverv Kffir warranted fresh.
Finest Creamery Batter Price Again
aeauveui
wn will now sell the very finest Creamery Butter
at only SOc lb, 3 lbs. $1.
spienaia iaoie duiwi a v
Be sure and give us your trade on Butter and we
will please you. . a i
ancy new crop ronu jin.u j.lu.uwv .1 j
48c per gallon ; a real bargain.
Pure new Maple Sugar at 12cW lb.
A lab lot ofpure Maple Syrup and only 1 oc per
gallon can. Warranted to suit all.
A Job lot of nice Boneless Codilsh at 5c lb.
A. Biff Drive
In fine Evaporated Apples at 10c lb.
Petstoea, Potatoes, Potatoes.
We have a carload of Fine Cooking Potatoes, and
Dly 85 cents per bushel.
Warranted to suit all.
Our Coffee trade beats the world. V e sell tne
Finest Java Coffee,
Frest roasted and ground to order, at
Only 30c per lb.
It is the' finest drinking Coffee in the land.
Don't take our word for it, but try a pound.
Many other grand bargains.
D.M. WELCH & SON.
38 and SO Congress Avenne,
Branch IWo. 8 Or and Ave.
REDUCED PRICES !
GREAT B AIMS AIMS
AT J. H. KEARNEY'S.
8 dozen strictly fresh Eggs $1.
Choice new Creamery Butter 80c lb
Good Table Butter 25c cer pound.
Don't fail toltry our Butter.
Java Coffee 28c per pound.
Fine Teas 35 to 50c; 3 lbs. $1.
Don't fail to try our Teas.
A straight New Orleans Molasses 40c gallon.
Potatoes 75c per bushel.
Yellow Turnips 40c per bushel.
25 lbs. Fresh or Corned Beef SI.
Lemons 10c per dozen. Oranges 15c per dozen.
4 pounds Jelly 25c.
5 lbs. new Turkish Prunes 25c.
Codfish 5c lb. Rice 5 to 9c per pound.
Very choice Evaporated apples 12c lb.
' Prunelles 12c per pound. Pickles 8c per dozen.
Hams 12c lb.. Shoulders 9c per pound.
Green Vegetables received fresh every morning.
Buy Flour of us. Buy Meats of us.
We keep none but the best heavy Beef, Veal,
Million, etc.
OiTT prices are right. Prompt delivery.
Terms Cash.
JT. H. KEARNEY,
ELM CITY CASH GROCERY,
T4 and 76 aJontresa Ave,, eor. Hill St.
apS5 .
Wild Pigeons,
English Snipe.
SPUING LAMB,
Mint, Green Peas, String
Beans, Bermuda Onions,
Florida Tomatoes, Hot
house Cucumbers,
And all the Delicacies of the Season
FOUND AT
C. E. HART'S,
350 and 352 State St.
HUKLBUKT BROTHERS,
1,074 Chapel Street,
CORNER HIGH,
Have the exclusive sale of the celebrated
Windsor Creamery Batter
FOR THIS CITY.
tyGive i a trial.
BftOADWAT CASH STORE !
The Best and Cheapest House to
Buy Provisions.
Prime Veal Reduced.
VEaL, Loin to roast 14c lb.
Leg for baking 14c lb.
Breast for stuffing 10c lb.
Veal to stew 5-8c lb.
Veal Chops 16-18C lb.
Veal Cuttlets 25c lb.
BEEF." Top Kound Steak 15c lb.
Bottom Round 12c lb.
Chnck Steak 13c lb.
Tenderloin Steak S0-2ie lb.
Prime Rib Roast Beef 16c lb.
s Chuck Roast Beef 10c lb.
Shoulder Clod 18c lb.
Pla-e Beef (fresh or corned) 5c lb.
Beef Tongue 14c lb.
And many More Barsalns.
Paul Jonlc & Bro.,
: my5 101-107 Broadway.
New Tamarinds,
Key West Pineapples.
Native Asparagus and Pie Plant,
FRESH DAILY.
Choice State, Pea and medium
Beans.
EXTRA
Vermont Maple Sugar,
in 10 lb. tins for melting.
COOPER & NICHOLS,
378 State Street.
might .have rem&med.
black if they had Hot
oeen wasneawiin
Harln'i New Haven Tran)nrlu
lion Line.
Every Day Except Saturday.
" ft. Leave New Haven, from Mtarin'f
iSSsiBSfflEDock. at 10:15 o'clock p. m. Tht
IMl VT 1 I t' T A TJTVT n-..inMnAllda hi...
day. Tuesday and Thursday. The ERA?" lit
CORNING, Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednes
day and Friday. Returning, leave Wow York.,
from Pier 18, foot of Court and street, at 9 p. m.
the Starin every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
the Corning every 8unday, Tuesday and Thursday.
The only Sunday night boat from New York,
Fare, with U h in cabin, 75c; stateroom 1. K?
curslon tickets 91-25.
Free Stage leaves the depot on arrival of Hart
ford train, and from corner Church and Chap
streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 o'clock
p. m.
Tickets-and Staterooms can be purchased of the
Down e8 News Co., 869 Chapel street. Peck & Bishop
7G2 Chapel street, and at the Tontine Hotel.
C. M. CON KLIN, Agent,
my31 New Haven. Conn.
NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT 0.
Dally for New York-Fare Ttc, Inclos
ing berth Excursion Ticket, (good 8
days) 1 1.35.
Steamer C.H.NORTHAM, Capt. F.J. Peck, leav. s
NewHaven 13 o'clock p.m., Sunday excepted. Stale
rooms sold at Peck A Bishop's, and at Klock'sDrt g
Store. Steamer ELM CITY, Capt. Bteveno.
leaves New Haven at 16:15 a. m. Sundays ezcepteo.
From Mew York Tne u. a. nuktiam leavet
Peck Blip at 3 p. m., and the ELM CITY 1 1 11
p. in., Sundays excepted, Saturday 12 o'elockmtc
night. .
Sunday Boat forN. York Steamer NEW HAVEF.
Caot. Brown, at 10:30 D. c Staterooms sold at
the Ellioti House
Free stage from Ina. Building at 9 p. m. Ticket
sold and baggage cheeked thro' to Philadelphia
(via both routes), Baltimore ana nasmngtun.
ANCHOR LINE.
Atlantic Express Service.
LIVERPOOL via QUEENSTOWN
Steamship "CITY OF ROME" from New York
Wednesday, May 10, June 13, July 11, Aug. 8.
Largest and finest passenger steamer afloat.
Saloon passage, $60 to $100; Second-class, $30.
GLASGOW SERVICE.
Steamers every Saturday from New York to
GLASGOW and LONDONDERRY
( 'a Kin naauuTM tn P.'W)w Tindonderrv. Liver.
pool or Belfast, $50 and $60: second-class. $30.
Steerage, outwaia or prepaiu, viuier stsrvAun, w.
Saloon Excursion Tickets at reduced rates.
Travelers' Circular Letters of Credit and Drafts for
any amount issued at lowest current rates.
For books of tours, tickets or further information
apply to Henderson Brothers, New York, or
BUNNELL & SCRANTON, 78 Orange street, WM
FITZPATRICK, 703 Grand avenue, New Haven.
NEW TORK, NEW HAVEN
AND HARTFORD R. R.
April 22, 1888.
Trains lkavb New Havex as Follows:
For New Torn 3:58, 4:20 (dally excep
Monday), 4:40, 5:10, t6:25. t6:30, 7:30, 8:10, 8:30,
9:35, 10:40, 110 a.m., l:30,l:35,a:3s, 2:40, 3:b0,
4:00, 5:05, 5:40, 6:S0,7:05, (7:30 way to Bridgeport
8:38, 9:00, 9:10 p. m. Sundays 3:58, 4:30, 4:40,
8:00 a. m., 5:00, fl:S0, 7:05, 7:20, 8:38 p. m.
Washington Night Express via Harlem
River Leaves at 11:50 p. m. daily; stops at MU
ford, Bridgeport , South Norwalk , Stamford.
For Boston via Springfield '1:02, 6:52, 8:00,
11:05 a. m.,l:16, 8:10, a:26 p. m. Sdndavs l:0x
night, 6:26 p. m.
For Boston via New London and Providence
1:30, 8:0&, 10:30 a. m. Fast expresses (3:00 p. m.
and 6:15 p. xn.) . Sundays 1:30 a. m.
For Boston via Hartford and New York and
New England R. R. 2:20 a. m. daily. 12:05 p.m.
For Boston via Air Line and N. Y. and N. B .
R. B. 8:03 a. m., 1:25, 5:00 p. m. fast express,
BoNDAT8-5:00p.m.
For Merlden, Hartford, Springfield,
Ktc.-12:25 night, 1:02 night 2:20 a. m to
Hartford), 6:52. 8:00, tl0:28. 11:05 a. m 12:0S
(stopping at Berlin and Hartford), 12:10, 1:16,
8:10, 5:02 (5:55 to Hartford), 6:26, 8:13, 9:40 p. m.
Bunoavs 1:02 night, 6:28 p. m.
Shorh Link Division.
For New London, Etc. 1:38 night, 8:05
10:30,11:05 a.m., 3:00, 5:15, 6:15, (3:15 and 6:8
p. m. way to Guilford, go no further) (11:15 p.
m. Guilford accommodation Wednesdays and Sat
urdays only.) Sundays 1 :30 night.
Atb Line Dtvisioh.
For middletown, Wllllmantlc, Etc.
Leave New Haven for all stations at 8:02 a. m, 1:25,
5:00, 6:15 p. m. Sundays 5:00 p. m. Connect at
Middletown with Connecticut Valley R. R., and at
Willimaatic with N. Y. and N. E. and N. L. and N.
R. R. at Tnrnersville with Colchester Branch.
Trains arrive in New Haven at 9:15, a. m, 1:22,
6:58, 8:53 p. m.
Naugattjck Division.
Trains leave New Haven, via the New Haven and
Derby R. R., connecting with this division:
For Wlnstedand way stations at 7:15 and
9:52 a: m. ; 2:30 and 5:45 p. m.
For water Dnry and way stations at 7:30 p.
m.
For New Haven: Trains leave Winsted at
7:13 and 9:40 a.m., 1:30 and 6:10 p. m. Leave Water,
bury at 5:33, 8:26;and 10;54 a. m. ; 3:42 and 7:31 p. m
All the above trains connect with trains on Wa
tertown Branch.
Northampton Division.
For North Adams, Turner's Falls
Williamsburg, Holyoke and Men
Hartford and intermediate stations, trains
leave New Haven at 7:45 a. m. and 4:00 p. m.
For WilliamsDureb, Northampton,
and points this side, at 11:04 and 6:25 p. m.
From Wllllamshnrs train arrives at 9:17
a. m. From Northampton at 4:55 p. m., and
from North Adams, etc., at 11:36 a. m. and 8:55
P m.
For Saratoga, at 7:45 a. m., arriving at 8:30
. M. SHEPARD,
General Sup't.
C. T. HEMP8TEAD,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
Express Trains.
Local Express.
New Haven and Derby Railroad.
Train Arrangement commencing Monday, Jan
uary 16, 18f8.
LEAVE NEW HAVEN
At 7:15 and 9:52 a.m..l:CO,2:SO,5:46,7:30 and ll:15p.m
LEAVE ANBONIA
At 6:35, 9:05 and 11:40 a. Ji.. 3:20. 6;53, 6:40 and 8:2
p. re.
Connections are made at Ansonla with passenger
trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Haven
with trains of all divisions of N.Y., N.H. A H. R. R.
E. 8. QUINT ARD, 8up't.
New Haven, Jan. 16, 18E8.
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