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May 1(5. 1888.
VOL. 1V1 special iotics. Twcnly-fivo Cchtbinafisn Drctscs, b.Aaln no ana uanra. JNoveJtle, wUlJw Twenty pieces Bonrette Bednced to 89 cents a yard.. - Bargains in Cambric From 7S cents op. Bargains in Guipure and parasols: Choicest styles In the market and most varied each. Look at our assortment before von hnT banie, doiaamer and French " -Prices.. . , - f I ''I 7ei And 768 JOHNSON & CIGARS i -A case 5,600 Imported Havana Cigars just re ceived direct. Host popular brands, light colors, Mces. qualities considered, lower than other dealers. We are agents for sale of Rlrawberrr HIU Pork, Lard, Bacoa. These celebrated goods are appreciated in the section where they are produced, and the patron age there is large. -Their claim is: The perfectly healthy condition of Pork, the absolute purity of the Lard, the cleanliness of their entire system throughout. Raised on their farm near Northamp ton the entire work is under the supervision of Dr. Learned, the proprietor. Sparry A Barnes' and Merwin & Sen's well known goods also on hand. 411 and 413 State CARPETINGS. far pnng offerings of Carpets Excel all Previous Effort. Only standard makes are shown, and selected wllh a view to durability. vorth and excellence of colorings. PAPER HANGINGS. We show Hie largest and most he State. Our new Fresco, Panel and Iridescent effects In celling decora Hons, with side walls and Friezes finish, possible to be obtained. The newest designs In Metal, Silk Crepe, Cartridge, Ingrain and stressed papers. h. Sa fshh?. THE5 PARREN BROTHERS GO. MANUFACTURERS OF METALLIC SPRING BEDS. No. . f Artisan Street, W. P. o 65 CHURCH l 79 to 89 KAILBOAD AVENUE. 5XisccXlaticatxs. ABE Still Booilni Business WITH York Fine New Clothing At Tery Low Prices, FOR MEN, YOUNG MEN and BOYS. SALES INCREASING DAILY. Customers Say They Nerer Saw Such Elegant Ready-Made Clothing The whole assortment is supremely elegant ad so much ahead of Clothing of eastern msnnfactnre that comparison is ont of the question. THEREFORE, We Have no Competitors in New Haven except the First-Class merchant Tailors. Our prices for Frock and Sack Suits, $10, 412. 1U. 115. t!6. 17. $18. $20, $22, $25, $28. Bizae from 33 to 46 in Stoats, Longs and Regulars. Large Boys' Suits range from $5 to $20. Small Boys' Salts range from $1.75 to $15. Inspection Solicited. Prices marked in plain figures. Goods exchanged or money refunded. No trouble to show goods. : Hunt us up. TV0 NORTONS, One the Father. The Other the Son, 732 and 734 Chapel Street, Near the bridge." District of New Haven, ss. probate Court, I aiav 14, a. v. VSBQ. I of DANIEL B. OLENNEY. oZ N XT' STATE Alt . TT.vab In mid district, assigninar debtor. The Court of Probate for the district of New Haven hath limited and allowed , three months from the date hereof, for the creditors of said estate, rep resented insolvent, in which to exhibit their claims thereto: and has appointed William H. Law and james i . moran, Dotn or new uaven. commiBsiua era to receive and examine said claims: and has or dered that said commiisioners inert at the office of William H. Law, No. 828 Chapel street, Keom I in said New Haven on the twentv-nrnt day of Juni ud the fourteenth dar of August.1888. at 10 o'ctocl la the forenoon of each of said days for the purpose or sctenaing on sue ousiness 01 aaia appointment. Oertiued from record. TIMOTHY F. CALLAHAN. Clerk. All persons Indebted to said estate are .requested to maae urn Immediate oavment tav my!5 6tt EDWARD O. BEEOHEB. Trustee. Potatoes, Northern Vermont. - FOR SEED. CJDC carloads A No. 1 now at Canal dock. Tor sals is any quanuity. - ajw i. uimwi . ,:. . Term ont and Canadian Horses WHHW VSSU m savraa an naa nrlehr Stable on Wb alley Artaat, Of- ' as!4 THQ8. FITZPATRICK. n n. Ilnrnbr'a Steamed Oats. Tr-ipKirT.l! Mills enUre Wheat Flour and li w heatlets: agents for above. Two cars Pota mftn - oor. Btata and George street. NORTOK & SON gpzctecl Notices. offered this week at $10.50 each. A biff and Etamine Dress Goods, .- " and Nainsook Houncing. Chantilly Lace Flouncings, PARASOLS. PARASOLS. assortment, costing from $1.25 to $14 Balbrtggsm Underwear al Low BROTHErT, litebotacbaner Laser ! We are sole agents for its sale in New Haven. We regard it the best American Lager made. Guinness' Dublin Stout, McMullen's white label Bass. CLARETS I We are now bottling California Claret and-Bur-srundv. as) We receive this direct from California. It is very rich. There is none in the marKet that can com pare with it, either quality Or price. Case. . Chateau Roland, quarts, - $3.59 " " Dints. 4.50 A' large stock and assortment of Barton & Goes- tier s ceieoratea uiarets irom c to 35 per case. Street, corner Court. complete stock of these goods In to match, make the most artistic New Haven, Conn. GILBERT, STREET, opposite P. O Uteal Astute. FOR RENT. 8EVERAL well lighted lofts, with or with out steam power. B. l'KCK. J(J., laowastr Bl uay Btreet. TO LET, X will sell one of the best aDDointed small cased mere or worsted mills in New England. reus A. WALL, 2.1S0 LeooT avenue. New York City. FOR RENT. IN private famtlr. with bsard. large, fur nished airy front rooms. otitis. HOTEL DEVONSHIRE. 42D 8TREET, NEW YORK. Opposite Grand Central Depot . ADJOINING LINCOLN BANK. Booms from 60 cents npwards. Klegaat I 0 suits for tamiliea. Restaurant flratuvssat iiiinJ moderate prices. Baggage to and from de pot free. . . tf. L. HASBr. tr gflucattotxal. Ensllsh Studies. A PUPIL in grammar of Qoold Brown, the best XAgrammarian as teacher and author America ever produced, offers lessons without publicity to ladies and gentlemen wishing to review and enlarge their English studies; also the very beat helps to children. DR. SHEARsT mia t 1 Bylvan Avenue. R.M.SMITH, VOCAL TEACHER. Will take pleasure la calling upon anyone inter ested In voice development. Correct breathing, proper tone formation and all details fully explain ed. No failure possible where pupils are industrious and persevering. Inquire or address care of BX. 8XE1NERT Ac SON, myS lrr New Haven, Cobb. A WIDE AWAKE SCHOOL. Full of push, energy, and reliable, with a high standing among business men, is the one for young ladiea and young men to attend. Such Is Galley's Select School of Shorthand and Typewriting per manently established at 48 Church street, fnaea 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 beet Instruction and securing them good positions when they become competent. Pupils can enter at any time and new ones are entering every week, taking the places of those going out to positions. Call or send for interesting catalogue. Instrue IwijmaiMoJJioseivhigouof FOR SALE CHEAP. XWO seated top phaeton in good order. A.JA. myMtf 8. FRY, 48 Church Street, FOR SALE, CHEAP, a good 0-year old mare, kind, sound and gentle, weight about 890 lbs. Suitable for ladies to drive and well broken to the saddle. In quire at 19 Exchange building or my!4 6tt 160 CLINTON AVENUE. FOR SALE. CUT Flowers snd all kinds of bedding plants. Inquire of the gardener, (58 George street, in the rear of residence of B. Henry Barnes, 1,448 Chapel street. apl8 tf District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, I May 14. 1888. f T7I8TATE of DANIEL 8 GLENNY, JR , late of XLi New Haven, in said district, assigning debtor. The Court of Probate for the district of New Ha ven hath limited and allowed t ree months from the date hereof for the creditors of said estate, rep resented insolvent, in which to exhibit their claims thereto; and haa appointed William H. Law and James T. Moras, both of New Haven, commission ers to receive and examine said claims; aad haa or dered that said commissioners meet at the office of William H. Law, No. 848 Chapel street, Room 1. In said New Haven, oa the 81st day of June and the 14th day of August, 1888, at 10 o'clock In the fore noon of each of said days for the purpose of attend ing on the business of said appointment. Certified from record. TIMOTHY F. CALLAHAN, Clerk. AH persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment te myl5 6tt EDWARD O. BEECHER, Trustee. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court,- I May 14. A. D. 1888. ' ESTATE of D. 8. GLENNEY BON of New Ha ven, In said district, assigning debtor. The Court ef Probate for the district of New Ha ven hatb limited and allowed three months from the date hefeof for the creditors of said estate, repre sented insolvent, in which to exhibit their claims thereto, aad has appointed William H. Law and James T. Horan, both of New Haven, commis sioners to receive and examine said claims, and has ordered that said commissioners meet at the office of William H. Law, No. 828 Chapel street, Room 1, in said New Haven, on the 21st day of June and the fourteenth day of August, 1888, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of each of said days, for the purpose of attending on the business of said appointment. Certified from record, - - T1MU rrix r. CALLAHAN, Clerk. Airpersons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate ake immediate payment to my 15 Bit EDWARD O. BEECHER, Trustee. NOTE THE BARGAINS Decorated Tea Seta $4, $4.50, $4.75. Decorated Dinner Sets, $8, $10, 12. Decorated Chamber Sets, $2.50, $2.75, $3. 25 Vase Lamps, with colored globes, each $1.50. . 25 Vase Lamps, with colored globes, each $1.87. . These are Sne Lamps, worth from $3,85 te $: sold low to reduce a large stock. A few handsome. $460 Parlor Lamps marked down to $4.75. You will do well to come in before these goods are sold aa this chance ia not offered very often. .. FRANK M. HALL, 30 fcC HUB CH 8TREE T f- Crockery and Cutlery to loan. - my 15 - East Rock Line. "VN and after Tuesday, May 1st, team leaves Vr Klock's drug store, corner Church and Chapel streets, at 10 a. m. and 8 p. m. for East Bock sum mit. Returns to the city about 18:80 p. m. and 4 p. m. , . . . aptf Zlml Estate. FOR RENT, JOa FOUR rooms nicely furnished for house- keeping to adults. Use of bath, gas and fctJUaundry. J. c. C, This Office. roylS 5tt ' - - FORREJfT, . THE store 1,068 Chapel street ' mWTt H P. HOADLEY. FOR SALE. . DELIGHTFUL country home near Tariff- villft fit ftuhatAf.ti-l tfffMtAPV hrmir V,nnaa oerfect order: eleven rooms. nrip-inai iwat. $1000; pure water, convenient outhouses, barn if required; grounds about two acres, abundant fruit ana ansae trees, nne neaeee: location high, com- mandinr an extended view of the Farmine-ton river and vailev: twenty minutes from Hartford bv mil- property will be sold for less than half its cost on easy terms. Apply to H. BELDEN, mimr - . BimsDnry, Ct. GOOD investments: A very nleasant brick hoiiw. fW mi wslsst w-u- innu -ne uiwn, witn large lot. plenty --ii of fruit. All in n nrd -,-..- 1. 1.. r&iesconneccea wun Kate cjollepa Bimminntnf its proximity; ror sale at 5,000. A desirable place on Park street: home hni 11 rooms, water, gas and sewer connection; barn with three stalls; lot 50x150. If sold soon the price will pe uwy fwu, uirgv intra can remain on mort gage. - - A good place on Orchard street. 12.000: wilfnav IV krri wuu. wu iutcsuucuu . . . Something: new every wee. GEORGE F. NEWCOMB, No. 3 Bsardaun Building. COR. STATE AND CHAPEL STHEET. I3y Open Monday and Saturday evenings. my!8 m ' - FOR REST, k. Store 529 Grand avenne; also s'oreroom 22x40. AUSTIN MANSFIELD. L myll 6tt 633 Grand avenue. FOR SALE, Two lots on Daggett street. One lot on Grand avenue. - One lot at Morris Cove. Also. For rent, house No. 516 Howard avenue, THERON A. TODD, myll - . 787 Chapel street. Houses, Lots and Farms For Sale or Kxcnangc. t House, Barn and 12 Acres of Land about two miles from New Haven at a Barealn, or would exchange for the right kind of property on easy terms. A number of one famuy and two family houses, some central. FOR RENT, A New Honse on Whitney avenue and ten ements on waro. ana urcnara streets, lumoeriy av enue ana otners. Money to loan at 5-oex cent. 83 Church street, Room 8, Benedict's nnuwnK- Office open evenings from 7 to 8. L. F. COMSTOCK & CO. FOR RENT. Six rooms on the third floor of the Lefflhg- wnll huHHtnv OllitflhlA f Al" nffipM A1A thA uislL whole fourth floor, suitable for a light manu facturing business or ror a cmo. . inquire oc mi ir xinirutt x ja. rAjmsjij, itoom 1. Fine. Suburban Property FOR SALE. Mr. R. B. Mallory's Residence In West Haven. " a- House has 14 rooms, furnace, set range, hot ( and cold water, bath, water closets, set tubs Lin laundry. Barn -for six horses and carri ages, and other outbuildings; about seven (7) acres land, fruit, chestnut groves, summer houses, etc.. etc. . One short block from horse cars and within ten minutes' walk of Savin Rock shore. Will be sold low if sold soon, the owner having no further use lor it. Enquire of S. B. Oviatt, 87 Church street, apS3 lm Few Haven, Conn. FOR RENT. First floor No. 5 Gilbert avenue. 5 rooms and, one large attic room. The rooms are .large and airv: marble mantels and grates in parlor and sitting room. Rent $16.50. Also barn with 3 stalls, carriage house, etc.. ad joining the premises. !. B. H1NMAN, . Open evenings. 63 Church Street. FOR RENT. The very desirable house No. 1 ,441 Chapel I street. House has ail modern improvements and is in one of the best neighborhoods in the I city. Horse cars pass tne nouse every Vi minutes. Large barn on tne premises, r or further partlcu larscall at MERWIN '8 REAL ESTATE OFFICE, ap86 ' 759 Chapel Street. FOR SALE. A very desirable house and lot on Prospect street, inner real estate rmgnc oe taxen in part payments Enquire of jr. p. Phillips, GLEBE BUILDING, ap25 from 9 a, m.'to 12 m. FOR REST, TToum 1.157 Chanel street all imorovem'ta. hilil House 8 Clara street, all improvements. - iiouse do tseers street, an improvements. House 40 Fair street, all improvements. Second floor 89 Beers street, 6 rooms. 8eoond floor 441 Orchard street, 4 rooms. First floor 168 Frank street, 5 rooms. First floor 107 Bailey street, 5 rooms. riair nouse ss run street, a rooms; Darn. Half house 500 Whaliey avenue, 4 rooms; barn. WGUKUxi A. BSaSKaul. ,p21 787 Chapel Street. . FOR RENT, fire rooms corner of Park and South sts.: five rooms No. 553 State street; five rooms, Lewis street. Fair Haven, and several other tenements in different parts of the city. apie tr J AKJKja tiELiCtt, yo uiive street. FOR SALE, The large house snd barn No. 48 East Pearl street. Lot 107 by 187. Will be sold low as owner is leaving town. JOHN T. SLOAN, S88 Chapel Btreet. aplS Open evenings. FOR SALE, A new brick house suitable for two famt- ltaa a il Prima hrttiOA (in O r-hnriH itH.L 1L One two family house on Elm street. One two family house in Fair Haven. Two two-family houses on Gill street. Building lots on Dwight street and in Weatvllle. Also 11 acres meadow land in Orange. The above will be sold at low prices and on easy terms. A. V. DAliUnrifl, ap!6tf 87 GUI street. FOR SALE, A brick block house on Orange street; price $6,500. All In perfect order; possession given at once. CHARLES H. WEBB, ap!4 850 Chapel Street. WESTERN AND SOUTHERN farm Mortgages For Sale. LARGE SECURITY, . Prompt payment of principal and Interest. 7 and per cent. Interest. Money to Loan at 5 per cent Houses for sale in all oarta of the city Houses and tenements everywhere. Horacfe P. Hoadlcy, OOADLEV BUILDING. ,Open Evenings. BUILDING LOTS AND HOUSES OWNED AND FOR BALE BY MASSENA CLARK Room No. 1,87 Church St., CT.ARK BUILDING. Terms Kasy.on the Installment Pisa If Required. BUILDING LOTS fronting Lamberton St., Cedar St., J ohn st., Grant at., etkBonan t.. Arch St., Red field St., Daggett St., Weetst., Washington St., Mor ris St., Wilson st.. Oak St., Evergreen court, Rosette St., Starr st , Harriett St., Bassett st., Newhall st.. State St., Cold Spring St., Everett St., Cassius St., Howard av., Greenwich av., Hallock av., Kimberly av., Whitney av Dixwell av., Columbus av.. Win tbrop av., Winchester av. Lots in Allingtown and Orange Center, Derby av.. East Haven. Lots in Hsmden near the church. Lots In Branf ord and Augerville. Lots and house on east shore (Light house point). Houses and lots in Montoweee. One large house and lot corner Olive and Wooster sts. One large store on State street. Lamar block, grown st. Block house No. 5 Sylvan av. Block ouse No. 19 Home place (Court st). Also some splendid factory sites, etc., etc. Farm 60 acres, Montoweee, North Haven. Farm 806 acres, North Branford. m5 tf For 9ale In West Haven. DWELLING HOUSE?, cottages and desir- ,able building lots, shore cottages and cottage lots. Also small farms near West Haven and the shore. Apply to - WALTER A. MAIN, flStf West Haven. Society Hall to Rent. TALKS' Hall, 858 Chapel street, Monday, Tuesday - BUU OUUUDJ IU,llUk Inauire of jaSStt FRED QUINTARD. A Few Hundred Dollars Will Se cure a Good Home. O ONE-FAMILY HOUSE, 800 Atwater street. Honse and barn, 89 Auburn street. Two-family house. No, II CJay street. Two-family . 460 Orchard street. All to be sold low If ania within ten days. Also fot rent, first floor 78 Wool sey street; first floor 10 Newhall street; 115 Portsea street: 181 Portseastreet; 810 Congress avenue, and second floor 89 Auburn street. A. !IT. HO L !TI K S. HOUSE MOVER, OFFICE 'FOR SALE, V Several houses, well located for homes or for Investment. . Terras accommodating. . Call at . ' .' . R.E.BALDWIN'S " ' Seal Estate Agency, 818 Chapel 8t. ap88 daw FOR RENT. BARN with I stalls and oanrlac-eahad. inquire on ane premise. , sov h -, vnaraii d i tuuax. ' Loral WoaUBStr voa ataw .15, 1888. v - T. " 8. a. u. r. u. Barometer-. 29.89 29,88 - Thermometer 44 -47 Humidity. 88 98 Wind,. direction and velocity in milee IS r. at. as 94 48 80 per hour Ni8 8W4 " w Weather... Cloudy .Hvy Rain Clear Mean bar, 29.90; mean temp.. 46; moan humid rey, w. Max temp., 51: min. temp. 43; rainfall, .44 iwiiia. Max. hourly velocity of wind, li miles. Total excess or deficiency of temperature since January 1, 4.83 degress. Total excess or deficiency of precipitation since fan. l, mA sa in. - . - FOB MAT 1&. 1887. -. Mean bar. 30.21; mean temp.. 56 -Max. temp.. 66: mla. temp. 43. H. J. COX figt Big. Corp.. Note: A minus sign I luredxed ta thananmai - readings indicates temperature below aero.. I A "T" in connection with rainfall indicate a J mceoi inetapiuiuun uxi wdwi w meamre. I Snow is melted and resulting denth nt Ht tea unaer rainxau. BtliVlATIiRE ALDIASAC. MAT 18. 8mr Rise. 4:31 1 7:05! Moos Skts, 11:53 . I Hie a Watbb, Sun Sara, i - :w BABCOCK la this city, My 15, A. Auutvt Bab- cuusc. uuuKiiLvi ui iiuo ww Diuuov caoconr. Funeral from her laie residence. 87 College street, aty .tM y- ui. vu luuiBuoj, uio a i lax. OUTlcU U18 convenience of the family. - at. ROBINSON In San Jose, Cal., Hay 1st, Mrs. Lydia r cll uci nuuiuauui iu aaoat at ui jTStXl. MARINE LIST. PORT F NEWHAViSN. xnarvcD. Uric Thomas Turull. Brown. PnnnA T t f-a-.V-n-.l- . 1 - . V 1 T e. ' 8ch Normandy, Rivers, Darien, Ga., lumber. oca a- l.. Aiiicnell. uuuner. l rank-ii,, ma .ni . . . , Sen Phebe Ann, Pearsall, Rockaway. Seh Spartan, Griffin, Norfolk, coal. Sch MarV.Bllcl.fnv. . Tlnvarur.. ... 6ch Ellea Maria Clav. Rancor v-j.i.v- r-.;- . O--., ..o.g. Sch J. L. Richards, . Sip Jennie Holmes, RockaWay. - CXJEABSD AND SATX-SD. Sch J. B. Jordan, Martin, Brunswick. Sch Phebe Ann, Tearsall, Rockaway. Sip Jennie Holmes, do. NOTICE. In order to bring the superior qualities of the JOURNAL AND COURIER as an advertising medium within reach of all, ONE CENT A WORD for each insertion will hereafter be charged for WANTS, RENTS and other sma'l mis cellaneous advertisements. The Carrington Publishing Co. FOB RENT, Four rooms on second floor of house 187 BRADLEY STREET my 16 8tt ;. FOR RENT, Three pleasant rooms at 17 GILL STREET. my!6 8t - FOR SALE, A second hand Phaeton Carriage: for rs B low. lnauireat mylligtt - 75 HOWE STREET FOR RENT. y To reliable party, six rooms, rdSdern im provement, central location. Address L my!61t P. O. BOX 1,836. LOST, A Pug Slut. A liberal reward will be given pv returning ner to - ; 48 PARK STREET. my6 It FOR SALE. r-j-fl A remarkably high bred registered Jersey - - now -.tide aooux six ouim aaii v. w ill uv bviu vexjr vuep lor want or. room. GEORGE 1 a. RENTON, 713 George street. mylB st near winmrop avenue, Ulty. FOR RENT. A furnished house of twalvA mnmi. .hnrl. I a i stance rrom aepot ana postomce, lor season uriuuinr., r or paruouiara auaress M. C. GIBBS, Kent, Litchfield county, my!6 4tj Conn. FOR RENT, Two tenements, 6S Ferry street. Inquire of H. R TOWNE. my!6 18 19 81 83 5$ 66 Ferry street. FOR SALE. per cent, on the purchase price of $4,500. JASON P. THOMSON. my!6 St 18 Exchange Building. (B. BOOTH, Auctioneer.) T Y77LL seU Thursday. Mav 17. at 10 the T V Ranges, Crockery and Furniture of the taurant No. 118 State street. Also one Horse, Wag- oa and Harness. myis n .NOTICE. rplHE canvass for the City Directory has been JL made since May 1st. If persons that have moved since that date are not sure that thair resi dence has been correctly taken will call at our office it win oe corrocreo. PRICE, LEE & CO. myl6 it MIDDLESEX BANKING CO., niaalatsws, Cobb. PAID UP CAPITAL $600,000. I OFFER for sale the $500 aad $1,00 6 per cant, debenture bands of this company for the follow ing reasons: Thev have had twelve years succaaafiil exnar. ience. 2. The company is Ilmitaa by law to a small Is sue relative to its capital. 3. They are incorporated by special charter from the State of Connecticut, and aubject to semi annual examination. at the hands of the State. And also 4. 1 he loan to a class of farmers, thrifty and en terprising, whom I bel'eve ia point of character will bear favorable comparison with the farmers of a naore southern latitude. 5. The loan ner acre of the Middlaaex I bsiieva to be smaller an the average than that of any other company with whose operations I am familiar, a safeguard of primary and fundamental Impor tance. 6. The Middlesex Banking Comnanv bases Its de bentures strictly on niurr mortgages; most com panies issuing debentures have a larva nronertion of second mortgages aa security for their loans. - ."; on L.JC-.1, iu iiic7 hum supervisioa aa our own State Banks they are equally safe. 8. The original mortgages being held by tha Se curity Trust Comoanv of Hartford thera la no naa- aible chance of defalcation, making the bonds a&so- LCTS1.T BAITK. 6BOBSR F. NEWCOMB. Boons, Boardmaji Bciuoino, Cor.CHAPKi. and Stats. mym tt . District of New Haven, ss , Probate Court, I Uaw , K A 1 , 1 i ESTATE of BABETTK MANDELBATJM, late Of New Haven, in said district, deceased. UDOn the aDDlicatlon of Juliette H. Mandelbaum. Of New Haven, praying that an Instrument in writing purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased may be proved, approved, allowed and admitted to probate as per application on nie more ruuy appears, it is OUDERiClJ That said anollcation ha beard and determined at a Probate court to be held at New iiaven, wltbtn and for the district of New Haven, on the .9th day of Mav. A. D. lbbo, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notice be given of the pendency of said application and the time and place of hearing thereon. ny puoiisning roe same tnree times in some news paper having a circulation in said district. myio at a. b.aio KOBHiti-Uiii judge. Stocks For Sale. 100 shares New Haven Gas Light Co. stock. 20 shares New Haven Water Co. stock. 10 shares N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. Co. stock. 26 shares Boston A N. Y. Air Line pref 'd stock. 80 shares Naugatuck RR. Co. stock. 7 shares Yale National bank stock. 32 shares New Haven Electric Co. stock. CO shares Boston Electric Light Co. stock. $-.('00 N. Y. N. Eng. RR. Co. 6 per cent, bonds. $2,000 Merchants' Electric Light Co bonds. II. C. WAKUEN & CO., 129 Oranie Street. IIVEITOHS! JOHN E. EAKL, No. 868 Chapel Street, . Hew llsven, Conn &lve b s-tf-ersonal attention to procuring - Patents for Inventors. 1ft THE UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES A practice of more than thirty years, aad f re- aoent visits to toe ra-mi vmoe nas familiarity with eve araoeeding at, the iiiarily with every department of, and mode of seeding at. the Patent Office, which. Uwatiuw with the fact that he now visits Washington semi- tonthlv to give his personal attention to tha intr nra nf hi. tdlecta. warrant him in theassAt-Hon that bo office in tws country is aoie to oner the same facilities to Inventers in securing their inventions by Letter Patent and particularly to those whose applications have been rejected an examination ef which he will make free of charge. rroiiminary examination, prior to application tor patent marie at Patent Office, at a small charge. His facilities for procuring Patents In Foreign Countries are nnequaled. Kerers to more man one -uousanaoiienoi ror whoai fcehastsroodred Letters Patent tvl8tw SOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1D7& BAKER'S Breakfast Cocoa. ' Warr-nted absolutely pure Cocoa, Irom which the excess of Oil boa been removed. It has thrtt timet the strength of Cocoa mixed with Btareb, Arrowroot or Sugar, and Is therefore far more eoonomi. cal, costing let Mass oiu cent a cap. It delicious, nourishing, strengthening, easily digested, and , admirably adapted for invalids as -ell at for persons In health. -Sold by Brocera everywhars. - CO.. Borciiostsr, Mass. : AIS.OO 'TTT'Ut buy a large size second-hand Richardson ft V V Doynum went luruan. Inquire at this office. I JlStt riltl hi i mum W. BAKER News by Telegraph FROM ALL QUARTERS. GOYEBNOB HILL SNUBBED. Given Only Five Votes Fori - Delegate. . NHFRIf All M FN IGf CuNTHm " -w.i rr -v-i n, , , . ,i UT I he otate uonvention in Alabama. BELVA LOCKWOOa UP AGAIN. Mrs. Scofleld And Held. Harris GOV. HILL, WILL STAY HOME, Nominated For Deiegate-itt--Ila.ra:e He (igjja Hut Five Votes From New York Democrats. Nsw York, May 15. The .Democratic State convention was called to order at 13:40 in the Academy of Music, Hon. F. H. Coudert being temporary chairman. Mr. Coudert made an address reviewing the present administration and every flattering allusion to President Cleveland was received with deafening cheers. After the appoint ment of the usual committees the convention took a recess till 7 o'clock this evening. The committee on delegates met in the npper ha'I in the Tammany building. Hon. Homer A. Nelson presided and Hon. Thomas F. Gilroy acted as secretary. There was considerable excitement durinsr the time the aeiegaies as-large were Deing balloted for. utovemor uavia .. mil's name was pro posed and he only received five votes. The delegates-at-large selected are: Alfred C. Chapin, Brooklyn; Edward Cooper, New York: K. C. Raines. Rochester: Roawell P. Flower, New York. The alternates-at-large are: j. u. juattnews (colored), Albany: J. Edward Simmons, New York; John B. Til ler, Cayuga; James Jackson, Niagara. Elec- tors-aMarge; Oswald Ottendorfer, "Wilson S. Bissell. The evening session was not opened till 8:56 o'olock, although the hall waff filled soon after 7:30. The delay was caused by the committees on resolutions and on 'contested seats. J. he delegates amused .themselves by caning on ex-mayor urace, Uolonel Jonn Jtt. r euowes. Mayor Hewitt. Governor Hill and others for speeches. Mayor Hewitt's name caused a storm of hisses which was drowned by applause. Governor Hill was loudly cheered. When Chairman Coudert opened tne convention- tne report on contested seats was read and adopted and the temporary of ficers were made permanent. A series of resolutions strongly endorsing the national administration and instructing the delegates to support President Cleveland for renomina- tion were reported and adopted with great entnusiasm. utuer resolutions adopted de nounce trusts and condemn the Saxton elec toral reform bill. A resolution that the ad ministration of-Governor David B.Hill merits and has the hearty respect of this convention caused long and continued applause, ending in tnree cneera tor mil. The reports on del egates to St. Louis were also accepted. ' xne delegates were instructed to present the name of Grover Cleveland as their candi date for President, and were further instruct ed to act aa a unit in all matters entrusted to their action, said action to be determined by the vote of a majority of the said delegates. - The names of the presiden tial electors, the delegates to the St: Louis convention and the new State committee were announced. After several speeches the convention adjourned. SHERMAN MEN IN CONTROL Of (be Repabliean Convention In Ala bama. -uontoomery, Ala., May 13. JNo sooner had the temporary chairman of the Republi can convention concluded his remarks than pandemonium broke loose. Dozens of dele gates shouted and at last one was recognized. The convention at last elected Alfred Boyd, ooloied, as temporary chairman and adjourn ed to 8 o'clock. This is regarded as a victory for the Sherman man. Tha committee on credentials reported and the temporary organization was made perma nent. Tha convention then adjourned until 9 o'olock to-morrow. The convention ia ia the full possession of Bnernaan men. Vt tne dlatriot delegates Dearly all are thought to be for him. Kelva Lock wood: For President. Dxs Moiites, April 15. The national con vention of the Equal Rights party met here to-day and nominated Belva A. Lockwood of Washington for president and Alfred H. Love of Philadelphia for vice president. SULLIVAN AND PHILLIPS QUITS. Wild. Seen at Mae Boston Slugger's Bestlt. Boston. May. IS.' Music Hall was scarcely large enough to accommodate the crowd that gathered to-night upon the occasion of the testimonial to John LawTence Sullivan, Bos ton's pe' slugger. II was a motley crowd, comprising all grades of humanity from the newsboy, who paid his fifty cents for admis sion, to the dignified looking merchant who occupied bis (3 seat and who seemed strangely out of place in such rough company. The majority of those present were sporting men, who were enthusiastic and to all appear ances thoroughly Imbued with Sulliranism. The preliminary set-tos of the evening intro duced many -well known sparrers and several of the contests were lively, working up con siderable enthusiasm among the spectators. Ihe crowd, However, came to see Sullivan and nothing smaller would satisfy them. It had been currently reported that Godfrey, the colored heavy weight, would stand np be fore him, notwithstanding the letter's denial of the fact, and many expected to see a rat tling exhibition between the two men. Con sequently when William Daly, jr., came to the front of the stage, accompanied bv Sol- livaa, between the- set-tos the audience was at once on its feet and fairly made the statue of Beethoven shake with the applause that filled the hall. Mr. Daly asked if George Godfrey was in the hall and upon the latter showing .himself he was incited to the platform. Daly asked if Godfrey would spar Sullivan, saying, how ever, that aa this was a testimonial they did not propose to give him the whole house. Godfrey replied that he did not come pre pared to spar and that he had not been re quested to do so aa had been stated in the papers. If Sullivan had come to him and asked him to spar he would have done so. As this was a testimonial to Sullivan, God frey said he would prefer to wait till some other time when he wonld spar Sullivan ten rounds for $500 to $1,000 a side. Sullivan then spoke up and.Bsid he never authorized the announcement that he would spar God frey, Phillips, his former manager, might have done so, but he was not responsi ble for anything Phillips might say. From this time forth he and Phillips were quits. Be said Phillips and Holske had oome back to this country with a story about tha Mitchell fight which was false and which, judging from . the audience before him, the publio did not believe. He said he got nothing out of this testimonial, Phillips got it all. He (Sullivan) was willing to spar Godfrey or any man in the world. At this point the crowd appeared to be wild and everybody seemeoVto be looking for fight. Above the hubbub tne voice ot jack Asnton could be heard from the stage announcing that he was ready to accommodate Godfrey whenever the latter wanted, tie tnougat Godfrey was looking for too large game when he went hunting for Sullivan and Ash ton announced that he was ready to make a match for $500 to $1,000 a side. This ended the Bpeech-making and was as near as the Sullivan-Godfrey Bcrap came to a reality. The evening entertainment wound nr with a fonr round exhibition be tween John L. and Jack Ashton, the contest ants wearing the colors and costumes worn . by them abroad. : The cash receipts of the night are said to have been about $2,000. H.x-Manaeer Phillips denies aaliivaa's in sinuations, but says that as long aa a separa tion ia desired bf Sullivan he is perfectly satisfied. He considers himself better fitted for other work than tramping around with sports and will settle in Boston. He declares that he haa never said anything to Sullivan's detriment. , . Terrible Charge Against a Paater. Lek, Mass., May 15. The village of Great Barrington la 'considerably exoited over the arrest of Rev. George Simmons, pastor of Zion church, who is charged with adultery with hia adopted danghter. Ada Simmons. Tha case was continued to Friday. Simmons waa Dauea, Fiftieth Congress-First Session. WASHnraTOir, May 15. Sikat. On motion of Mr. Blair the House bill to limit the hours of letter carriers was taken up and passed without discussion or division. It provides that hereafter eight hours shall constitute a day's work for letter carriers in cities or postal districts connected therewith; for which they shall receive the same pay as is now paid for a dsy's work of a greater number of hours.- If any letter carrier is employed a greater number of hours per day than eight hours he shall be paid extra for the same in proportion to the salary now fixed by law. Mr. Piatt introduced a bill to authorize the appointment of a commission to inquire into the Use Of rl 1 ff T-Anf miama a n mothivl, ftt dynamite and other hitrh explosives in mill . (,-. T J ,U. Wl J .nx-wvuD. -K.WIW LU 111. najUAWWVW on coast defenses. vu iuvuvu ui ur. suit iae nous, oiu 10 stebiteh'departmeutofiaor,waatakennp; r i MA . r , Tl, . 1 -r , , , A. was laia aside informaUv and the nan. sion appropriation bill was taken an for con sideration. The amendment reported by the cuiumiHM on appropriations increasing tne amount from $79,000,000 to $80,473,000 was agreed to. The next amendment was to strike out of the House bill the words "that in all pensions to widows payment snail be made from tha date of the death of the husband," ana to insert in lieu of it the following: mat ail pensions which have been or which may hereafter be eranted under the general laws regulating pensions to widows in consequence of death oconrrinz from a cause which operated in the service since the xourtn or March, 1H01, shall commence from tne date or death of the husband." Mr. Harrison made the noint of order that tha amendment was general legislation in an appropriation Dill. The same obieotion he said applied to the House clause, but the on ly remedy in the Senate was to strike it out as a point of order did not lie against it. The discussion, which was participated in by Senators Harris, Allison, Edmunds, Hawley, Cockrell and Saulsburr. turned on the question of the right of the Senate to originate appropriation bills, Mr. Hoar asserting that it was the settled policy of both houses to regard appropriation bills as revenue bills and consequently within the exclusive power of tne House to originate them, and Senators Cockrell, Edmunds and Allison contending that the Senate had a right to .originate appropriation bills. The presiding officer submitted the point or oraer to tne senate, ana tne senate decid ed (yeas X-i, nays IS) that the proposed ameruij ment was in order. The Democrats generally voted in tne negative ana were joined in their vote by Senators idmnnds and lngalls. Mr. (Joe kr ell asked Mr. Allison to state the estimated cost of the provisions as to widows. Mr. Allison replied that tne clause as it came from the House was so vague and -uncertain that he would not like to venture on an estimate. He thought it would apply to all cases of widows' pensions, including service pensions," widows or tne war of 1812 and of the Mexican war, also the widows' pensions granted by special act of Congress. The amendment reported by the committee on appropriations would apply only to 1.702 cases. Mr. Edmunds inquired what was the pres ent law in regard to widows' Densions. Mr. Allison reported that widows received pensions from the date of application. The amendment of the committee did not apply to very many widows because up to 1880 they received pensions from the date of death of husbands. The total amount that would oe required was estimated by the commis sioner at about $800,000. Mr. Cockrell proposed that the bill should lie over till to-morrow and that the commit tee's report be published in the Eecord. He believed that the estimate as to the cost of the proposed change was just as far from the mark as the estimates of the cost of the arrears of pensions were. There were now on the rolls, he said, 53,096 widows: of these 895 were widows of soldiers of the Mexican war. In these cases many pensions would go back from thirty-fcve to forty years. Of the widows of the war of 1812 there were 11,831 on the pension roll. The farther back they went the more numerous they . became. The proposition was agreed to and the bill went over till tomorrow, leaving the amend ment still undecided. The House bill to establish a department ef labor was taken up, advocated by Mr. Blair and opposed bylMr.Cockrell and Mr. Reagan It went over without action. The Senate pro ceeded to exeoutire business and at 5:25 ad journed. House. The Honse went into committee on the tariff bill, and Mr, Butterworth. of Ohio, spoke against the bill. He argued that a tariff was not strictly speaking a tax. It was a trade regulation relating to that part of the nation's business which extended to the productions of other countries. By it the United States said te other nations: 'Owing to the condition of your industries and labor you shall not come into our mar ket, except in pursuance to this privilege." When a man paid a dollar in tans he invest ed it, and tne Kepublican party contended that for every dollar so invested it came back into the pocket of the man who made the in vestment. UUlo paid in wages to those en gaged in her industries $600,000 more than all the States of Delaware, West Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Aiaoamu, AUBBu-sippi, xxraisiana, xennea- see, Texas, Kentucky and Virginia. Yet thess States had a population of fifteen millions, while Ohio had only a ntue over tnree millions, xne gentlemen from these States say that this comparison was not fair, that they did not represent manufacturing but agricultural States. Whose fault was it that they were not manu facturing States' Whose fault was it that the iron of the South had slumbered in her mountains for the past, century: that her coal remained nndug in her hills; that the waters of Her rivers were turning no wheels of industry and bearing on their bosom but little commerce! It was the fault of the South, or rather the fault of the faith whose works so abundantly and conclusively con demned it. Ohio did not require the sym pathy of geutlemen on the other side. There was a kind or philanthropy that ran away from home toind an object for its care (laughter). Be summed up the difference between the two parties on the wool ques tion by the declaration that the f res trade philosophy created an active concern for the sheep while the Republican, philosophy created an active concern for the shepherd. He could ' not un derstand how any Irish-American oould stand here as the closest and moat earnest ally of England, which was attempting to do to this country what she had done to the Irish homes across the sea. . He created a good deal of laughter by reading an extract from the London Times declaring that the only time England has any nse for an Irishman 'is when he emigrates to America and votes for free ' trade, which he almost invariably does." In conclusion he said that the issue had been fairly made -np between the two parties. Let there be no juggling. Let the resolutions in the na tional platforms so fairly present the issue that they wonld attest that they were drawn by patriotic statesmen and not by tempor izing, huckstering politicians. Mr. Simmons, of JNorth (Jarolina, gave his hearty support to the bill, although he re gretted that it did not oontain a repeal ot the tax on cigars, cigarettes and cheroots, and on fruit brandy. Mr. Stone, of JLentuo kv. spoke In favor of the bill. Mr. Grout, of Vermont, wonld reduce the snrplns by making an annual appropriation of $10,000,000 for the defense of the great seaboard cities and no longer leave them at the mercy of any nation which might send gunboats into their harbors. He would make an annual appropriation of $10,000,000 for the education of the embryo American citizen who could not read or write. He would in crease the pension rolls $10,090,000 by pass ing tha dependent pension bill and by other pension legislation. He would reduce the to bacco tax and ralBe the tariff and the danger of a surplus would have vanished. In con clusion he compared the farming interests of Vermont and Kentucky, ouotine statistics to show that when the - population of the two States waa compared the .eastern State was far in advance of her western rival. The only things that Kentucky had more than Vermont were illiterates, saloons, mules and wes iiauguter;: . - Mr. Seymour, of Michigan, sooke in Support of the system . of protection, behind the aegis of which the small industries of the country had been built and strengthened. The House at 5:30 took a recess until 8 o'clock. HATCH DIED BY ACCIDENT But Mrs. Seoaeld and Ferrla Held For the Grand Jury. Are New YoBK, May 15. The jury in the Hatch case to-day returned a verdict of acci dental death. They find that Hatch's fall waa caused by fright at fear of exposure and of violence and that he was enticed to the house by Ferris and. Mrs. Soofield. The accused were held in $5,000 bail each for the grand jury. . Crashed To Death In a Gear. Babton Landino, Vt., May 15. Solon a Emerson, aged fifty-two,', a workman ia Bartlett, Joslyn & Co. 'a mill, was caught in a gear to-day and terribly mangled. - tie died this evening. NO lady should live in narnntnal fear and suffer from the more serious troubles that so often appear, when Dr. mimra rinmnlete Remedy is certain to prevent and cure Tumor turn vuuuer mere. Sold and recommended hv . Walla fr. Hal- houa, wholesale druggists, New Haven, Ct. BOSTON JUMPS OW CHICAGO. Auaa'a na Given the Worst Drab . bine of the SeaUMtn. Chicago, May 15. The Bos tons gave the Chicagoa a fearful drubbing to-day in the presence of about fire thousand people. The grounds were wet, muddy and unfit for ball playing. Van Hallren could do nothing with the wet ball and fell an easy prey to the bean eaters and was poorly supported. Oarkson was hit hard enough to win, but this was not an ordinary game. It was called at the end of the sixth. Lynch's um piring was wretched but impartial. Chicago .. 0 0 0 t 0 5 Boston... :.; 5 8 5 14 8 20 Earned runs. Chicam 5. Boston 15. Two t hits, Anson, Van Haltren, Kelly, Oarkson. Three base nits, Johnston, Brown. Home runs, Sullivan, Morrill. Double plays. Pfeffer and Anson: William son and Pfeffer. First on balls. Sullivan, William son, Sutton, Nash. Hit by pitched ball. Wise. First on errors, Chicago 1, Boston 2. Struck out, by Van -.uaitren s, uiarison4. Wild pitches. Van Haltren, Time, X-.Q6. Lynch, umpire. Eleven laaisci aoi at Tie at FlUbnnt. Pittsburg, May 15. The New Yorks put Ktefe in to do up the Pittsburgs to-day, but it took eleven innings to satisfy the umpire that it waff too dark to play further. The game was well played and hotly contested throughout. The work of the pitchers was good and had the Pittsburgs supported Gal- vin properly the score would have been 3 to 2. The tieing run was scored by Ward in the fifth after getting his base on balls. Aided by a hit to third he came in on a wild throw of Fields. Sunday's field play was brilliant. Pittsburg 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 03 New York. 020 010000003 Earned runs, Pittsburg 3, New York 2. Two bsse hit. Balrvmnle. Slatterv. Richardson. Thraa tiara mt, K.uehne. Double play, Richardson. Connor and Ward. First an balls, Ewing, Ward. First on errors, ncisDurg new sort. l. struck out, by Keete -11, by Galvin 6. Passed balls, Swing 1. Time, 2:15. mpire, Valentine. - Detroit Catclaes New York. Detroit, May 15. The weather was disa greeable to-day and few spectators sat the game out. Aside from the heavy hitting of the home team there were no special features worthy of mention. Baldwin, who has been troubled with a lame arm, was in the box and did fairly well. Score: Detroit.. , I 2 3 0 3 2 0 0 111 Washington . 0300011005 Earned runs. Detroit 6. WaRhfncrton 4 Two hfu-. nits, hsrouthers, Murray, O'Brien. Three base hits, Hanlon. Home runs, Thompson. Richardson. First on balls. Detroit 2. Washinirton 2. First on errors, Detroit 2, Washington 2. Struck out, by jouwiu v, uy yniiy o, araseea oaus, uanzei, Mur- ivjr . uu.iu.ueB, xaiiy x. xune, x:io. um pire, Daniels. A Close Call For Yale. Amherst, May 15. Amherst... 0 r 1 0 1 0 i Yale , 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0-4 05 Bass hits. Amherst 12. Yale 5. v.rmra a Lf, X -Ut9 A. 131 Batteries, Hare and Stearns, Stagg and Dann. Other Games Yesterday. Cleveland Clevelands 7. Brooklyns 3. Baltimore Athletics 12, Baltimores 3. Cincinnati Cincinnatis , Louisvilles 4. St. Louis The frame with ITnnoiu r -i t r .a potted on account of rain. Indianapolis The Philadelphia - Indiananolis game went over on account of rain. iianover Williams 0, Dartmouth 6. A PARTING STENT. Junior Class Sapper and Social at the Theoloslcal Seminary. Nearly every member of the junior class was present at its closing social last night. The occasion was one of joy, yet of sadness. It is not as if they were not to . come back again, but it is the parting for so long a time after eight months of close friendly contact. At this time they not only separate from their their own fellowship, but they leave ties of- friendship formed, outside of the seminary. Sunday school classes are given up and the course of pleafant mission work is interrupt ed. After the collation last night which was spread in the faculty room Mr. L. O. Baird presided as toastmaster and the following toasts were very pleasantly responded to: TOASTS. President Dwight "A little exegesis for the stom- acn'ssatte" uonnttuang applied. Restionded to bv Mr. Georre C Weiss. Our "Sweep" "Who pays us but with age and dust" Sir Walter Raleigh. Bv Edward I V. Bigelow. Prof. Harris "In years that bring the philosophic z-iina. Dv William Daviea. Prof. Mark Bailey "That old man eloquent." me pulpit arum ecclesiastics Was beat with flat instead of stick." Samuel Butler. Bv Demafl Cochlin. Song The Theologue'a Lament Solo boy L. O. uaira. Prof. Day "Day unto Dwight utteefth speech. uu. is .gut, uuw iraj snowetn anowieerge. By Eugene C. Webster. r- mil '-TV. n-.t .,..kl. u- V. :. .... ..... u... j Nuaoi-, u, j , -i,b nr. Hill Is that he doesn't speak Hebrew." By neroert ana nutchlns. The Year, (in verse). By VL E Rmilov Prof. Stevens, "Hide, O hide those hills of snow. or excuse tne;cias8. " anaitespeare according to j-rvuuai.y tripuer. A Br J. S. Brlrht. Dr. Trumbull. "Interlocutory methods andcatche- tical" are the only one to keep the children out of miscnier. Bv Mr. W. A. Trow. The Ladies. 0 woman: lovely woman!" By Charles D. Crawford. Solo with chorus. "Who did? who didn't swallow JonahT"- By E. S. Caldwell. Brought to This City. Detectives yesterday arrested David McCar thy in Bridgeport for being implicated in the assault on Assistant Superintendent Wallace of the Consolidated road last month. Yale Divinity School To-Day. The anniversary of the Yale Divinity school will be held this afternoon. The exercises are as follows: Addresses by the members of the graduating class at the Battel! chapel at 10 a. m. ; a meeting of the Alumni and other ministers at the Marquand ' chapel at 2 p. m. The subject for -discussion is " The Importance of an Educated and Learne& Ministry." The discussion will be opened by Rev. William B. Wright of New Britain, and will be continued bv others. Sixth Annual plcnle of the Rosedal Club. , The Rosed ale social club will hold its sixth annual picnic on Memorial day at Hamilton Park. Musio will be furnished by Landri gan'a orchestra. There will be running and bicycle races and a tug of war. , A base ball match between the St. Angustines of Bridge port and the ' Echoes of this city will be played. Full arrangements have .not yet been made. THE CORNER STONE LAID. Interesting Exercises and Ceremonies at Dwight Place Church Yesterday Afternoon The Articles Placed In the Corner Stone. About three o'clock yesterday afternoon the dark clouds whioh covered the sky floated away, the sun came out, and the hearts of the members of the Dwight Place church were glad, as the corner stone on the church extension was to be. laid . at five o'clock. Daring the early part of the day it looked as if the service would have to be postponed, as the weather was very bad. x By half-past four the church members be. gan to arrive, and they gathered on the plat form of the pew addition. The Sunday school has been growing rapidly of late and for that reason it was necessary to increase the room. The addition will cost $10,000. It will be divided off into class rooms, which can all be emerged into one large room. At nve o'clock tne cornet sounded and tha congregation of one hundred - members and Sunday school was called to order by "Rev. Dr. TwitohelL He made a few remarks In which he thanked those present for the inter est they had shown in coming out to the services. He said the new addition would hold about 600 persons. He referred to E. A. Chatfield, who had taken such a great interest in the improvement and had been bo liberal a giver, and he therefore asked him to say a few words. Mr. Chatbeld said that this wort l,nw not only a financial success,but a spiritual success as well. The demand of the people called for it. He hoped that it wonld be not only a benefit to that church but to others in stimulating them in putting forth renewed efforts for success. John C. North, chairman of tha hniMino- eommittee, made a few happv remarks. He hoped no fault, would be found with tha committee after the addition is completed. as the committee had done the best it could. WinslOW M. Lamb, chairman nf tha an. ciety'a committee, was called upon for a few remarks but declined, aa. bo was suffering from a cold. Felix ChillinewoTth wanted to rrat one thing in the box which had not been arranged for. " The dootor is not guilty of wis.-- ui tnen neia up picture of Vt. Twitchell, and all- present clapped their hands. Mr. Chillingworth deposited the picture in the receptacle. " Now I'm in a box," said Dr. Twitchell, whioh caused laugh tar. "Hold tin tha Vuvr !, .n v. tham here how nicely it is gilded. Mrs. Chillingworth did that. She says she is giu)ll(t)dy." laughter. ur. Twitchell then deposited the following things in the box: Sermon, preached by him two weeks ago at the semi-centennial cele bration of the Dwight church, a statement of Christian belief made by Dr. Twitohell when he waa installed pastor of this church, church manual containintr the names of tha members and officers of the church, names of the officers and members of the ecclesiasti cal society, officers and members of the Ladies' Aid society, officers snd members of the Fairbanks mission circle, o -Boers and members of the Golden Lynx sooiety, fEcers and members of the Sooiety of Christian Endeavor, officers and members of the Sun day school, programme of the eighteenth an niversary of the Christian anion, names of the eommittee appointed to secure funds for the improvement, the building committee, fund subscribers, copy of the Cocbxkr con taining the account of the 2o0th anniversary of the town of New Haven, copy of last eve ning s juegister, news of tbe city of Mew Ha ven, msp of New Haven and vicinity, copy of the year book, name of the architect. After a prayer by Dr. Twitchell the box waa locked, sealed and placed in the corner stone, Allen Baldwin doing the work. . The building committee is as follows: J. C. North, chairman: Felix Chillingworth. Tv : -. Til . t , i-,, , acu-us i. siaaesiee, unaries uray and It . S. Andrew. Committee on laying the corner atone, E. A. Chatfield, William H. Strong . nrmt T7. m . , -1 m, ..... - auu nuuimi, iina. xne arcnitect is i W. Robinson: mason contrantora A TV Baldwin & Son; joiners, Lowe Brothers, and under the immediate superintendence of Charles O. Dennison. C. B. Dyer is to do tuo paiuung, ana a. ox u. JdmondBon the steam, gas btting and plumbing. . FAIR HAVEN. . Thomas MoNamara of 171 Saltonstall avenue, Fair Haven, a driver employed by the New Haven Ice company, was brought lo vxmiu avenue precinct .yesterday morning while suffering from a mild attunV of insanity. McNamara is an industrious, hard-working young man, about twenty-five years or age. rie naa a similar attack not long ago, and, alter a stay in the almshouse. got better. He was taken there again last evening. DIED IN CALIFORNIA. Bin. Robinson, mother or Mr, E. A Robinson or Xbls City. Mrs. Lydia Warner Robinson died at San Jose, California, May 1, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. H.E. Nelson,in the eighty seventh year of her age. She had been living in California for the last nineteen years. Her home for many years was in Glens Falls, N. i where her children were born. Her hus band died in California. She was the mother of Mr. E. A. Robinson of Hoggson & Robin son, this city, and leaves one son in Wiscon sin and another daughter, Mrs. Dwyer, wife of Judge Dwyer of Vallejo, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson of this city visited tha old lady in 1883 in California. Deceased waa an excellent Christian lady, a member of tha Presbyterian church. YOU'D BUTTER REAR THIS ! Go buy your Butter, young man, At Clark's whenever you can; 5H pounds for One Dollar Will make your wife holler That's the Butter for me, young man. I' resli laid Eggs Guaranteed, at iioc per doz. jiieape.t Place in the city to buy your EGGS. We sell all grades of Butter from the manufac tured article to the choice Durham Creamerv. and all at wholesale prices. We give presents to all customers; Tops, Marbles. Balls, etc., for the chil dren and something else to suit older people. Call in and see for yourself. CO A L 50 cents per ton cheaper than the regular price. - . . fJ. W. Ctaris. & Son, mar29 31 Church Street. 100 Broadway, ccr. Howe Street. la the Cheapest and Best House to Buy Groceries, Provi sions and meat. - NATIVE VEAL. 6-10c a lb". Stew Veal G-lOe a lb. 15c. Veal to roast 15c. 10c. Veal for stuffing 10c. IStolSc. Veal Chops 16-18C. PRIME BEEF. - PRIME BEEF. 5c lb. for nice Corned Beef 5c lb. 10a Roast Beef 10c lb. 5-6c. Fresh Plate Beef 6-fic. 25c doz. Splendid Fine Oranges - 25c doz. Bananas, both yellow and red. we are sellins; verv low. Best Creamery Butter only 33c per lb. The best Turkish Prunes, 4 lbs. for 25c. Our stock of Canned Goods is large and verv cheap. In fact. everything in our line at the very lowest cash price, iwrnemoer tne place, W. S. Rickey, lOO Howe Street Live Lobsters . I Oc lb Connecticut Elver Shad Received Daily. Hudson River Shad, At 8 and 10 Cents per Found - Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Yeal, Fresh Pork, Pork Tenderloins. Capons, Turkeys, Chickens, Bermuda Tomatoes, Onions, Spinach, Let tuce, Radishes, String Beans, Green Peas, etc., etce. W. D. JUDS0N, 505 and 507 STATE STREET. FINE FRESH EGGS. Not ordinary barreled Eggs, but fine Fresh Coun try aggs. 17 ets. per dozen, 6 dozen for $1. Every Egg warranted fresh. Finest Creamery Batter Price Again ueancea. We will now sell the very finest Creamery Butter at only ouc iu, ids. 91. Splendid Table Butter at 2lc lb. Be sure and give us your trade oa Butter and we will please vou. Fancy new crop Porto Rico -kilasaps and- onlv lvr gmiuu, a rc-u Dargain. x ura new mauie rugar at life. ID. A jab lot of Pure MaDle Svrun and nnlv 7. ner Kii"-i ,;.ii. -1 rnrnimu to vuit all. 1 1 . . . ... '. . A oo lot or nice Boneless Codfish at 5c lb. A Biff Drive In fine Evaporated Apples at 10c lb. Potatoes, Potatoes, Potatoes. We have a carload of Fine Ccokin? Potatoes, and ouiy cents per Dnanei. Warranted to suit all. Our Coffee trade beats the world. We sell the 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 worl for it, but try a pound. Many other grand bargains. P. M. WELCH & SON. its and ;tO Congress Avenue, tir.-anelt Nq. S Grand Ave. 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. HUKLBUHT BROTHERS, . 1,074 Chapel Street, CORNEK HIGH, Have the exolusive sale of the celebrated ffiflisor Creaiery Better FOR THIS CITY. 4gf"Give it a trial. ' - EitOADWAY CASH STORE ! The Best and Cheapest House to Buy Provisions. Prime Veal Reduced. VEAL, Loin to roast 14c lb. leg ror DaKioR 14c 10. Breast for stuffing 10c lb. Veal to stew B-8c lb. . Veal Chops 16-18C lb. Veal Cuttlets 85c lb. BEEF.Top Bound Steak -5c lb. .Bottom ttouna life id. . Chuck Steak 13c lb. Tenderloin Steak 20-2& lb. Prime Rib Boast Beef 16c lb. " Chuck Roast Beef 10c lb. Shoulder Clod 15clb. - - , - Pla e Beef (fresh or corned) 5o lb. Beef Tongue 14c lb. . And many more Bargains. PaulJTente afc Bro., my5 101-107 Broadway VAULTS AND CESSPOOLS. nVwAtiaetxt attended to betore yon make your gardens in anre and send to and FARNHAST, who Kuarantees satisfaction. Order book at B. B. BRADLEY CO.'S, 408 State street, ROBT. VEITCH S N'8, 974 Chapel street. JT.T. LEIQHTON, 89 Broadway. P. O, Boa 86S. Ci tv. Prompt attntion to orders. oasceatawardf.,,,., ,, COMPETENT wo?TsEtS. , a Sfnd a'! otU?er"d"' - Apply to preferred. myltfgt 42 WHITNEY AVFKtTg WlWPn aiy aStuS- Pre'erred- AppVe myl6 ll 121 WraWTrn C-r.Dn.-, W.t TC11 -nism Present place for two days, myl6 ltj 231 WOOSTER STREET W A 1. T - SIT.UATION by the coachman ot the late Mrs Edward A. Mitchell, and refiri , fui-J.- ADD IV at . 1 ia.ii r . my!6 St 221 WOOSTER STREET. W A VTrr. A woi&htus. can come recommended, 9itia -.. , ' nrimn UUTHIT Inquire at 129 ASHMUN STRSnw - rJ 23 ASYLUM STREET. WArVTPin rjlHREE young men, from 80 to S3 years of aee -4APlTto MUNS6Nn!se- myl6 tf cor. Bradley and William stret- WlMTlil. DRIVER; must be a careful man, sober anrl est and able to furnish securitvV Appfy hon" myl61t -iiauaaa UUSTOJtt LAUNDRY State and Court streets. WASTED, A TENNIS Court. Give location and terms Svlfi u drs8s TENNIS. mr16 this office. WAHTRn AGIRLfor sreneral housewark in a small pri rn.Iatefamily; must well recommenced. Call at mylflat 881 WHALLEY AVENUE. A WANTED. strrwiither .as chambermaid, seam or wa,tress. Apply at ' myl6 M 8 ARTISAN STREET. WASTED, TTM MEDIATELY, a competent man to cut and JL hang window shades. Apply tST and ,,., ,t WM. NEELY & CO.. my15 3t successor to Bolton & Neely. WANTED, YOUNG man with city references, experienced in care of horses and small chi-h.. ,. to be trenerallv iiHAfnl A .I.i.-...-.. ,, S Courier Office. WANTED, RICH and poor to save money by buying meats, vegetables and nrnvi-inn. .l.tl,. v.. u '' Market, 113 and 116 Congress avenue. mJ" A. FEBXBERG. WANTED. A g0,MP2TENT woman as co6k and laundress. - avoloj cuiroa rtrtiuin Apply between 2 and 8 m, at (myl2 tfl a. J-l-Irl STKEET. WANTED. CORSB.T hands, experienced strip stitchers' and closers. Apply at MAYER, STROU3E & CO.'S, c uourt street. MONDAY, I TUESDAY, I WEDNESDAY, May 14, I May 15, May 16. Matinee Monday. Wednesday. Grand Lyric and Spectacular Production of NEWTON BEERS' LOST IN LONDON. A Great Play, a urcat uompany, New Scenery by Lafayette Seavey. Newton Beers' LOST IN LONDON, Wednesday Night, May 10. Beginning at 8 o'clock. First and only appearance of ITALO CAMPANINI. EVA TETRAZZINI, SIGNORA ROSA COSTANZE, A DE COMIS, SIGNOR MAINA. ALFREDO GORE, OF THE C A M P A N INI Company Operatic Concert Reserved seats $1 and $1.50, according to location. General admission $1 ; gallery 59c. my 14 3t 1 THURSDAY 1 I NIGHT, I FRIDAY NIGHT, May I, 18.1 JAMES O'-NEILL, PRESESTISG M O NTE CRISTO, WITH A BRILLIANT CAST. Elaborate New Scenery, Realistic Stage Pictures Painted Expressly ror tbls Play. Grand Effects, Correct Appointments and Appro priate Costumes. THE ENTIRE PRODUCTION Perfect in Every Detail. Reserved seats 50c, 75c and $1. Gallery 85c. my 15 4t J ' fPXSJClIatX0lS. 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