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TOL. LVII.
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Friday, May 3, 1889
special otice5.
THERE IS
That we have not said much about in the papers, but have been
doing a large business just the
quality and finished FRENCH
up quite as pretty as a Foulard Silk, and are hard to distinguish
from tfeem. Our Blacks and Black and Whites are all in Fast
Black." Come in and see them. :
ANTJ 768
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NEW HAVEN STEAM HEATING CO ,
Steam and Hoi Water Heating Apparatus ot Every Description.
OUR SPECIALTIES:
Gold Rteira Heating Apparatus with wrought or cast iron boilers, for direct and indirect radiation.
"Gold" Sheet Iron Mediators. .
"Qold" Cast Iron Pin Radiators.
Wrought and Cast Iron Vertical Tube Radiators.
Automatic Water Feeders.
Pequot" Hot Water Heating Apparatus.
Mercer Cast Iron Boiler for Steam or Hot Water.
Plans, Specifications and Estimates furnished.
Manufacturers' Supplies at wholesale.
OFFICE AND FACTORY, 83 COURT STREET, NEW HAVEN, CONN.
Telephone 85-4. fll
ALL WHO APPRECIATE GOOD BREAD
SHOULD NOT
Root's Vienna Bread, Root's Cottage Bread,
Root's Famed Home-Made Bread.
Always gives satisfaction. Made from best materials. Pronounced by consumers
"the best." Ask your grocer for it.
' Don't be pat off with any other kind. Give it one trial and yon will always bny it.
W. F. GILBERT,
65 CHURCH STREET, opposite P. O
, 79 to 89 RAILROAD AVENUE.
LAWN MOWERS.
"THE PENNSYLVANIA."
This machine, we believe, has advantages over all oth
ers. Examine and compare points before buying.
N. T. BUSHNELL & CO.,
712 CHAPEL STREET, CORNER OF UNION,
AGENTS FOR THE BOSTON SAFETY BICYCLES.
GILBERT &
Have Just Received
AT LOW
S. I. GIUBEHT.
wail rs ai cm
Satterns of Lace and Drapery Curtains, Sash
urtains, Rings, Cornice Poles, etc., etc.
CRAMFTON Be HBATON,
694 OHAPEI STREET, Below the Bridge.
NEWSTORE, NEW GOODS, LOW PRICES.
Having Removed from 8-10 Chapel Street to
NO. 99 ORANGE STREET,
We are now ready to show the
FINEST LINE OF DINNER AND TEA SETS
IN" THE STATE, AND A COMPLETE LINE OF
House Furnishing Goods in General
99 Orange Street,
tn state.
Slew Houses for ale.
QAU mv houses in New Haven located on
nice resident street; al new, with all conve
nt' nces. As I built them and own them, can
Mil at a much lower price than you can duplicate
the same property. Sold a number; some of the
beet left. Look at photographs of some of them in
window of K. R. Smith's shoe store. 789 Chapel St.
GEORGE L. AUSTIN, Owner,
malfl 21 Admiral street.
FOR RENT,
.. The desirable residence, with barn, at 241
'y Sherman avenue. House contains Id rooms
HLand all modern conveniences; newly plumbed.
Inquire at (alO tQ THI3 OFFICE.
For Sale In West Haven,
0A good two family house on Wash
ington avenue for
A seen room house on Goorge St.,
House corner Center and Union streets,
larre lot, choice fruit tree.
Two small houses near Horse BR. depot.
$'3,000
3,900
3,000
1,000
Walter A. main,
a8 WE3T HAVKN.
FOR 'ALE,
a A number of good houses for one or two
families at a barirain.
Good lota on Whitney, Vhalley, Wlntbrop
mad Darby avenues and Nicoll street.
- mi of good farms at a bargain.
FOR RENT.
A good house, 12 rooms, bath, etc., with barn, on
a flu. avaniiA. A house and barn in Wefitville;
- eity water. - A number ef chrap one-family houses
and a few tenements; low price.
Mimmt to loan on real estate at 5 and 6 per cent
t Chare street, Koora 8, Benedict's
lluiiaiuK.
L. F. COMSTOCK & CO.
FOR SALE,
House and Barn, centrally located; price
I a low and terms easy. .
1-1 1 Also several low priced houses and lota on
Installments,
A few of the finest building sites In the city, on
Prospect street and Blfrhland Park and Winchester
avenne and the adjoining streets. Beautiful,
healthful and within easy walking distance of the
center of the city. A new horse railroad is pro
jected and certain to be built at an early day.
reaching to their immediate vicinity. Apply to
J. SHELDON, 17 Exchange Building, or
29 house cor. Mansfield and Division streets.
Cheap, Cheap, Cheap.
The undersigned is authorized to sell the
XV. H. H. MURRAY FARM,
In the town of Guilford, as a whole or sub
divide as follows :
r The homestead lot. containing
about 80 acres, with dwelling,
Lstable and barn, for $1,500
The middle lot, containing about 18
acres, with dwelling house and barn,' $1,000
Upper lot. containing about 140 acres,
with duelling, extensive stables, barns,
beds, blacksmith shop, etc , (1,000
Cam Be Bold on Accommodating Terms.
For particulars, apply or address
BEECHER'S EXCHANGE,
ma 769 Chapel street, New Haven.
FOR RENT.
G;
The fine block house 413 Oranre street, near
Trumbull; steam heat, best of plumbing; for
rent irons ai&y r.nquire at
mal4tf
oi v; m
lAPrLBTREET.
sarferook, Coon., on the Sound.
msl An attractive bouse and 12 acre?, with barn
J T and stable, good vegetable garden, fruit, etc.
I 1 Yin views. To rent, furnished, for the sea-
, ear at . moderaef HLUdEo W & CO..
ajjtodiw 11 Pine street, N. T, City.
.Special attcjes.
ONE ITEM
same. We refer to our superior
SATEENS. They will make
FAIL TO TEY
JEROME
a Large Line of
I
PRICE,
AT
Li. K. JEROME.
Decorations
Made in twelve colors,
and warranted not to
fade. The best material
made for house shades.
A large and select stock
of' new and desirable
New Haven, Conn.
FOR SALE,
At a bargain, two lota on Hallock street.
" ' two lots on Grand avenue.
THZBON A. TODD,
787 Chapel street.
Jal
A Few Hundred Dollar. Will o
enre a Good Rome.
a ON-FAMILY HOTj8K,lM0 Atwater nntt
Hons, and barn, 89 Auburn street. Two-fanv
iiw hraiH. Nil 1 1 roav street. Two-family
beuae,4eo Orchard street. All to be sold low If sold
within ten days. Alo for rant, first floor 78 Wook
aey street; first floor 10 Newhall street; lis Porteea
street: 121 Fortaeastreet; 810 Congress avion. .ana
second noor w Auouru sireev.
A. in. HOK.1HBS, HOUSE HOVZB, OFFICK
89 OHUHOH STREET. no!5
FOR RENT,
The second and third floors (26x78) In the
building of the late Joseph Parker, corner
FJm and Orange streets, having steam heat.
power, elevator and all modern Improvements, and
now occupied by The H. P. Hubbard company.
Possession can be had May 1st, 1889. Inquire of
JOSEPH PARKER A SON.
or James H. Townsend, Executor,
f el tf 87 Elm street, cor. Orange.
Binman'i Real Estate, Loan, Fire
and Life Insurance
Agency.
Rent of comrjanles onfv renresented. Real
estate bought and sold. Honey loaned at low
.rates of Interest. Rents and collection.
promptly attended to. Savin Bock and Morris
ii in in an & moBSB,
63 Cborch .treet, Itoopi 1. Opp. postomc
FOR SALE,
Several houses on Dlxwellave.; bargains
Frame house on View street.
Brick bouse, store and brick barn, corner
Martin and Day streets.
Two family frame house, cor. Whiting and Hill
streets. A large house. 13 rooms, barn for seven
horses and sheds, on Hallock street.
Auctioneering: and Collection of Beats
Ana care oi property particularly anenaeu w.
Enquire of LEW18 ASHER,
malS l&S Church street.
FOR RENT.
Mk Ive rooms corner of Park and Sonth sts.;
iu flT.poonuiNo.R.'iS Rtt utrent: flva rooms.
MI.1M T mrin street, Fair Haven, and several other
tenements in unre parts or roe city.
CIS tf JACOB HELLER, 08 Olive
FOR RESIT.
Desirable tenements, havingmodern 1m-
aai It 31 aicnaugg punning.
FOR BEST.
M Large 14 room house; modern conveniences
(large barn), pleasantly located, within fifteen
minutes' walk ot the postofflce. Bent B600 to
to one lamily, or .TOO to two ramilies. Address
aSl tf HOME, Drawer 87, Postofflce.
FOR SALE,
Farm SO acres id Prasuect. Conn., third
house from church on Cheshire road.
. Large two story frame house: hlzh. hsalthv
location ; four and one-half miles from Waterbury.
Land is a rich, heavy loam: well divided, some
wooa, exceuenc grass lano. f me summer resort.
Price and terms to suit purchaser.
GEORGE A. I8BELL,
a pi a 787 Chapel 8 treat
FOR RENT,
One small house, six rooms.
One first floor, four rooms.
One second floor, seven rooms.
Enquire at
47 ELM STREET.
J. P. PIHLLIPS.
FOR SALE,
Honses In different parts of the city.
A. D. BALDWIN,
al7 tf 87 GUI street.
nuwi a t m WHl am ua3ft omtoi , attt
front, doable windows, very desirable. Also
sisaWswvuivQ. kusoiantsa tmu
apltt QX0BQI H. TOV.
Fnrnltlied. Room,
For gentlemen, at
malSf " 163 YORK STREET.
FOR BENT,
Furnished front room, new bouse.
22 LYNWOOU STREET.
eal Estate
FOR RENT,
First floor, 69 Asylum street. Inquire
137 OLUMBUS AVENUE.
m2 6tt
FOR RE XT.
Rick narlor and hall room, aeoonri flonr on
rum romri st'eec, wnn moaern conveniences; iu
nianed or unrnrnisnea. ma atj
LOOK AT THESE BARGAINS.
tA very des:rable brick house, 14 rooms,
with fine billiard room, finished throughout
in a first-class manner, verv dnon Int with
rear entrance; win oe soia as a oargain.
New two family house, slatfl roof. 12 room, nil
modem conveniences, very pleasant street; will be
soia low ana on easy terms.
Two famllv house. 12 room?, near Broadwav: will
ne soia low, owner leaving me cicy.
One family house on Park strer. near Chanel, ft
rooms, moatsru cuuvouionces, on easy terms.
Farms in every direction
Cottages at hort Beach. Stonv Creek and Wwt
jiaven.
Desirable rents in all parts of the city.
HORACE P. H0ADLEY,
No. 3 Homdler Bntldlnc.
Office open evenings. mal
FOR StLEOK RENT,
House 42 East Pearl street: laree lot, good
location. Enquire at 76.
aauot is.
Famished Rooms,
tWith first clavs board, also table board;
connecting rooms, suitable for doctor's office;
hot and cold water.
a30 6t 221 CROWN STREET.
Farm for Sale,
Birmingham. Conn., consisting Of 110 acres
Min excellent condition; well fruited, wither
rallent markets in Ansonia. one mile, and
Birmingham two miles distant; seven miles from
New Haven. Acknowled&red the best farm in town.
delightfully situated as a summer residence for
city gentlemen, being situated on highly elevated
plateau, affording invigorating atmosphere and ex
tensive views: ha v sold each vear oavs Interest on
valuelof farm. Numerous trains daily to New
York and New Haven, depot lit miles. Might ex
change for city property improved. Price $11,000.
aw ti L. UEt UKfcttr.
FOR RENT,
The store No. 1.078 Chapel Istreet. Enquire
1 3 of S. W. HURLBUBT,
al6 tf 1,074 Chapel Street.
FOR RENT,
mSome ot the finest and most complete
apartment flats in the city. Inquire ot
D. n.nucujDUXi
al7tf
Chapel, corner High street.
FOR RENT,
Lower part of house 17 Brown street; also,
four or five rooms at 9 Wo'neter Place. Inquire
at (a29 tf ) 9 WOOSTES PLACE.
FOR RENT.
tThe first floor of No. 63 Pearl stieet, six
rooms, $30.
The first floor of No. 11 Pleasant street, six
rooms, $20.
The second floor of No. 15 Pearl street, seven
rooms, $16.
MEBWIN'8 REAL ESTATE OFFICE, -a29
759 Chapel street.
FACTORY FOR SALE,
At a Bargain.
tThe works of the New Haven Nail Co. on
River street. Including the engine, boilers
.nri h.rt.lne innlv fnp H(Muri nti vi niranlRr
to
C. S. MEESICK & CO.,
S98 STATE 8TREET.
a27tf
FOR SALE, $l,:tOO.
House and lot 33x60 feet No. 4 Lewis street:
i i..vi . uod - wtU fnp mrliM nut nf til. ' i 1 7 "
ilLrents for $133. Enquire of
CHARLES H. WEBB,
860 Chapel Street.
Open Monday and Saturday evenings.
FOR RENT,
Five rooms. No. 46 Washington street.
!!L House No. 128 edar street.
Building lots on Wallace rtreet.
Rnilriimr lots on Kt. John street.
Two family house and barn on Lombard street.
Two family house on Greene street.
J. H. KEEFE,
n98 tf Room 13. Exchange Building.
ROOttS WITH POWER.
Modm loft. No. 693 Chanel street. nxt
I!! Masonic Temple, arranged especially for
liilLllvht manufacturing. Front room. 73x35:
two rear rooms: each 62x-2; abundant Hghr, steady
steam power and heat, two steam freight elevators
ana omer superior laciiiues. xaru ouwauw) tiw
Union street. Terms moderate.
HiHY r . niNUijioti, 133 urange ree..
FOR RENT,
One room, third floor front. No. 424 State street.
corner of Court, desirable for light manuracturiDg;
good light, steam heat and power from forty horse
engine, steam freight elevator and other facilities;
also, connecting room in rear. 26x18.
a23 lm HENRY F. KNUL.13H, laaurangesi
VE HAVE FOR SALE
OS EXCHANGE
For New Haven Real Estate,
T3E SPLENDID PROPERTY.
No. 79 West 104th St.,
NEW YORK CITY,
Near Central Park and "L" station.
For full Information call or address
v. f. McNeil & co.,
102 ORANGE STREET.
splS Haw Haven, uoen.
WHY PAY KENT?
MWHEN tOV CAN BUY A HOUSE
CHEAP.
Below we quote a few of our list :
House of 10 rooms, with store, on Collis street;
pays 10 per cent, of price.
5bc of the finest residences on Davenport avenue
at a sacrifice.
80 Ktmberiy avenue; a good investment.
Center East Haven property to exchange for city
"oSTL. 50x187 U. Savin avenue, West Haven;
enP-. .
One lot, .uxie, Avon Bireec, vtkukv.
above lot is the only lot for sale on the street.
SALOON and fixture', for sale cheap; a good
stand, doing good business.
Invest witn us; we guarantee a per .
Hell At miner,
63 CHURCH STREET, Room 3,
Heal Estate and Loan Brokers,
apl9 Office Hours 8 a.m. to 8:80 p. m.
A BARGAIN.
aA A reasonable amount of cash down will buy
Jig a large detached brick house and barn in
LiLlarge yard, 60 feet frontage, very pleasantly
located at No. 60 Pearl street, three-quarters mile
from the Green. The house contains fourteen
rooms, large, high between joints, hot and cold
water, heated througheut by steam (low pressure);
Is in good repair. Barn hat accommodation for
thru. hnMi. Muwirat. floors and vard. and ample
carriage room; everything built in most thorough
and substantial manner. Could be easily arranged
for two families if desired; upstair rent would
bring $ to $30 per month. Price reasonable. Pho
tograph of this house can be seen in window of C.
M. Loomis & Son's music store, 831 Chapel street.
For further particulars address H. P. HUBBARD,
SEORGE F. NEWCOMB.
EEAIj estate.
New Elstof Homes for Sale:
101 York Square, very deep lot, $4,500
tmvn.iT Dnii.ni with barn. 6.000
Ul TTnnu on Winter street. SJ.600
.M,nhla hmua verv larere lot. on Garden St.. 4,600
Nice two family house, Hallock avenue, 8,200
Good double hou-e on Oak St., cor. Day, 8,700
One family brick house. Day street, 3,000
One family house, Ashmun street, 2,60
Two family house. Ashmun street, 2,500
v.rv nrAttv two familv house. Winchester
avenue, a.ow
Nice house on urarton street, z,uuu
Doub e house on Clark street, 6.600
Small house with larze lot on Liberty street.
SO feet front, 3,600
Good lot on Arcn street, near uoiumoua av
enue, per ioot
Fine aouoie nouse on wara street, o,wu
Double house on Columbus avenue, large
lot, 7,000
Houses and lots In every part of the city.
NEWCOMB,
3 Boardman Building,
Corner Chanel and State streets.
Open Monday and Saturday evenings.
alO Sp
an
Owned and for sale by
MASSENA OLARK,
Boom 1, ST Cborehi at., Clark Bnlld'c
TERMS EAST, '
On the Installment Flan It required.
Rnlldine Lots fronting Lamberton St.. Cedar it.,
John St., Grant St., St. Ronan St.. Arch St.. Daggett
St., Washington St., atoms St., uai sc., evergreen
St., State St., Cold Spring St., Everett st., Camus
St , nowaruHv., urewiwiui ... nwtuc. a.., uu1
Winthrop av., Winchester av. Lots in Aliingtown
and Orange Center, Derby av.. East Haven. Lots
In Hamden near the church. Lots in Branford and
nenv av.. n aimer t.i uuweu t.( uhuiouui.t,i
Augerville. Lots and house on East shore (Light
house Point). Houses and lots In Montowese. One
large nouse ana tot corner utive ana woostera'a.
One larva store on State street. Lamar block.
Crown st. Block house No. S Sylvan av. Block
house No. 19 Home Place (Court street). Also some
splendid factory sites, eta., etc.
garm hj aorw .ihwwbb.. pumu n.pn.
Gardening, Turfing, Grading.
NOW 18 TH15 TIME TO BEGIN.
, ANY years of experience enables me to per
i V I form all kinds of aardnlntt In the beat
ananner, and I hereby annonnee that I am rally
jBreparea to accena to iu swan ok sucn von, ur
Sers may be left at the store of O. IS. Hart ft Co.,
eornar or tnurcn aw auu streets.
alSlm
HXNBY HAMILTON, Qardcner.
Local Wsstksr Keport.
fob ur 2, 1889.
8. 8.
a. a. p. u.
Barometer
Temperature fS
Humidity J
Wind, direction., N 5W
Wind, velocity. ....... 7
Weather Cloudless Cloudy
Mean temperature, 48.
Atean nomiuib, .
Max temo. 58: inln. lemierature 38; rainfall, M
inenes. . . . T,
v.iMMMnr deficiency of temperature since
January 1, x 2.90 degrees.
lUHLBIwMVr ..fi... - ,
Jan. 1, a in.
H. J. COX, 8gt. Sig. Corps.
. miniix slza I Ipreflxed te thermometer
readings indicate temperai ore below sero.
. upg... in mnusction with rainfall IndirAtft. a
trace of precipitation too small to meanure.
8now is melted and resulting depth of water no
ted under rainfall.
JHlNlATUKfS ALHAHAC
MAY 8.
Sox Risss, 4'46 i
Sun Bkts. 6:61 1
Mooh Sets,
10:20
I Hiea Watkr,
I 1:06
JItRBIAOES.
USHER NORTHROP In Woodmont, April 84lh,
i t. n.k.rt IT. Whitnav. Austin K TTahAi .nri
Miss Idella C. Northrop, both ot Woodmont.
DEATHli.
THOMPSON In East Haven, May 1st, Ann Maria,
wife of Amos Thompson, aged 64 years.
Funeral services will be held on Friday, May 3d, at
2 p. m.
BARNUM On Tuesday, April 30, at Lime Rock, Ct.,
William H. Barnum. in the 71st vear of his ace.
KOON In this city. May 3. Walter, only son of L.
and Ida Koon.
MARINE LIST.
PORT OF NEW HAVEN.
ABJUVBJ).
Sch E. M Bead, , Philadelphia, coal.
Sch E. E. Birdsall, Chambers, Norfolk, coal.
Sch Mary Ann, Collins, N. Y., iron.
CLKAKID.
Sch N. Hand, Hawley, St Croix.
Sch H. H. Hanscom, Holmes, Norfolk.
NOTICE.
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for each Insertion will hereafter be charged
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The Carrington Publishing Co.
LOST,
A small 8kye terrier dog, head shaved.
Reward. m8 lt 188 YORK STREET.
FOR SALE,
A ton hnccv. in first class order, or
5. would exchange for a light read wagon.
I ltt H ENBY BARNES, Niagara Laundry.
FOR RENT,
Five rooms, second floor. 641 State street.
Inquire at coal office,
ma I IT owglAlfl oiKni.1.
FOR RENT.
A house and store in Newhallville.
Inquire at
m8 3it 31 DIXWELL AVENUE.
It. G RUSSELL,
Architect,
853 Chapel Street, Upstairs.
FOR RENT,
l To one or two business men, two connect
ing parlors, first noor; steam, gas, nam; sin
ugle neas ir aesirea; price s,.w per ween.
Al-
so front chambers.
Address
m8 ltt
J.. P. O. Box 843.
LOST.
A LADY'S small gold chatelaine watch, with
iwmwruii v.. T. M. on back in wreath of blue
enamel; short chain attached, with gold ball set
with colored stones. The finder will be liberally
rewarded by returning it to this office. my3 tf
FOR SALE.
An old house with large lot on Crown
treet; very central..
JOHN T. SLOAN,
Room 7, 823 Chapel street.
Open evenings. m3
FACTORY FOR REST.
At lnor nrice. the Dronertv formerly be-
Ltnalnff trt 1 h. PnrtAF fitair CO . bCtWCCn 8
nil mAA u-n. nn hank if Mill river and front
ing ;u i rt. nn amnd avenue.enclosed bv high fence
and but a short distance from Railroad avenue
switch, with factory building having oer 13,000
feet of noor space, an en iiijuioj, uu w
power engine and boiler; also large amount of shed
room, barn and drying kiln.
8.L BLATCHlETtBOSS,
myl tf 16 Exchsnge Building, or SUl Grand ave.
"MOT MUCH,"
only this, -
SL.EJfcPER'S
N. & S.
II us No Equal
In America.
Trade Mark. Raffistared Dec. 80. 1887.
S. . ILBKMiU Ac CO. Factory, Boston.
A
Valuable Building Lois
CENTRALLY LOCATED.
LOTS ALREADY SECURED
AND
BTIILLDr&S
To Go Up This Summer.
The Pitv of New Haven is growing and
central lots for residences are bard to get ;
bnt this new street from unwea avenne to
Aahmnn street, iast above York Sqnare,
onens np a new and very desirable section.
Lots on each side of the street win oe
50x100, and many of them are spoken for.
Prices are reasonable.
Proximity to two lines of street ears add
to their desirability.
Don't Miss Your Chance.
H. C. PARDEE,
No. 838 Chapel Street.
mj3
SHOES, SHOES,
AT
A. B. GREENWOOD'S,
773 Chapel Street,
Ladles, as a LEADER
I am oing to offer you
a Bargain, just to start
the Spring trade. It is a
Tan Colored Goat Tio
Oxford, hand-sewed, in
A.B. C.D, for $1.25. A
regular $1.50 Shoe. We
have many other Spring
styles in and coming in
every aay.
A. B. GREENWOOD,
773 Chapel Street.
SUCCESSOR TO IIEXItX hebz
all ftp " .- .
NEW
STREET
News by Telegraph
FROM ALL QUARTERS.
REVOLTING CRUELTY.
Inhuman Treatment In An
Insane Asylum.
FUNERAL OF DR. BARNARD.
Neglect And Cruelty At The
Grand Trunk Horror.
A MERIDEN FIRM EMBARRASSED.
The Koutine Of The White
House Is Resumed.
CRUELTY IN AN INSANE ASlftUJU.
An Iwvestleatlom Into the Cause or
Death of an Inmate or me J eoerson
Asylnm A Reporter Playa tbe Insane
Dodge Heartless asd KeTOltlnsr Bra-
talltv A patient Thrown on the
Floor and Kicked Into Insensibility
and Then Beaten on the Head With a
Shoe.
CaUCAOO. May 2. Coroner Hertz and a
jury to-day beean an investigation into the
cause of death of Robert Barns, a patient
in the insane asylnm at Jefferson. Attend
ants Eiohardson, Crogan and Fecha, who are
charged with beatiDg him to death, were
present. The dead man's widow and her
brother testified that Barns was in good
health when he was sent to the asylnm, and
that the only abrasion on his body was one
of his legs, which had been injured. The
most of the testimony was that of Charles
Beck, a reporter, who successfully played the
insanity dodge and was admitted to the asy
lnm, where he was an eye witness to much
of the brutal treatment which reduced Barns
from a strong man to a complete physical
wreck, resnlting in his death. The story
was one of tbe most revolting and heart
less ornelty. The witness detailed at great
length the repeated acts of brutality which
the three accused attendants inflicted upon
the unfortunate man. He declared that the
patient was not nnrnly, bnt seemed to be
dazed and incapable of understanding what
was wanted ot him. Beck said that upon
their arrival at the asylnm they were given
cold baths. Then he and Barns were left
shivering in a cold room for fifteen minutes,
when after examination by the doctors the
attendants took eharare of them. Barns was
ordered to sit on a bench. He seemed not to
understand and did not do so, whereupon he
was violently thrown down upon it. Ris
ing in a aazea ana neipiess way, ms
attendant kicked him violently in the
abdomen. Burns again arose and tried
to walk away, when Eiohardson caught
him by the collar and threw him to the
floor. And so the brutalitv continued, tbe
three attendants, Richardson, Qrogan and
Pacha, each taking part in it, kiokmg the
helpless lunatic in the side and stomach,
striking and catting and braising his face
with their fists. They undertook to dress
his wounded leg, jerking him about roughly
and causing him excruciating agony, mean
time continning their blows. When this was
done Crogan picked np one of Barn's shoes,
and taking it by the toe beat the unoffending
patient over the head with the heel of it, oat
ting great gashes and covering the unfortu
nate victim with his own blood. By this
time he was in a semi comatos condition
and was fast losing consciousness. He
was then jerked ont of his seat
which was covered with blood that had rnn
down from his head. That night witness
and Burns were pat in tbe same cell. Barns
was ordered to remove his clothes, bnt not
complying was kicked and cuffed. Finally
the attendants stripped mm ana men xucu
ardson kicked him in the abdomen, knock
ing him across the cell.
At another time Beck heard the sound of
blows in Burns' cell and load cries from
Barns lssting several minutes. Attendants
Schubert, Crogan and Richardson were there.
Then a nail of water was broasnt ana tne
door was closed and locked. The attendants
videntlv came to the conclusion that the
witness was too inquisitive and was removed
to another part of the bnildiDg. The re
porter came ont of the asylum at the end of
ten da j s.
Burns was then reduced to a skeleton ana
was a sallow, hollow-eyed idiot. The re
porter told how, when friends scoured his re
lease, Dr. Kiernan, the superintendent of
the asylnm, shook his head ominously and
ad vised g.lp. i. ' Bm J ..I... J tba v port
to be inenrably insane; that he knew this
because he bad watched the case very close
ly. Dr. Schubert, of the staff, concurred in
this eplnion. A recess was then taken by
the coroner.
FVNEHALOir DK. BARNARD.
Tbe Ex-President or Colombia College
.aid at Heat.
New Yobx, May 2. The funeral of the
late Dr. F. H. P. Barnard, ex-president of
Colombia college, took place at St.
Thomas' ehnrch this morning. The church
was crowded. Bishop Potter officiated, as
sisted by Rev. Dr. Brown, Eev. Morgan Dlx,
Rev. Dr. Storrs, Bev. Dr. Satterlee and Rev.
Cornelias Duffle, chaplain of Columbia col
lege. The pall bearers were Rev. Dr. John
Hall, chancellor of the University of the City
of New York; President Alexander S. Webb
of the College of the City of New York; Rev.
Dr. . A. Ho&man. dean of the Ueneral
Theological seminary ; President D wight of
Yale college; President fatten of Princeton;
President Potter ot rJobart college; Kev. ur.
Howard Crosby, Stephen T. Nash, W. U,
Sebermerhorn and Hamilton Fish.
Among those present in the ehnrch were a
delegation of twenty-five from the Union
lasagne ciuo, and committees trom tne wen
tury club, the Academy of Sciences, tbe Me
teoroloeical society and the American Insti
tute of Civics. The students of Columbia
attended in a body to the number of about
000. There were also present forty-five mem'
bers of the faculty, twenty-three trustees of
the college and a large number of tbe alumni.
Others present were Justice Strong of the
United States Supreme court, ueneral Hber
man. Rev. Dr. Stons, John Jay, Rev. Dr,
Theodore Cnyler, Seth Low, ex-Judge Noah
Davis and Rev. T. UeWitt Talmadge.
oceaai steamers.
New York,. May 2. Arrived, steamers
Edith Qodden, Montego Bay.
London, May 2. Steamer Saale from New
York passed the Lizard to-day.
A Doable Traced y.
Albajit, May 2. -John Collins, an unem
ployed engineer, shot and fatally wonnded
Sarah Gardiner, his former mistress, to-day
at the home of her parents on Spring street
and then fatally shot himself in the breast
and head. Jealousy was tne cause ot tne
doable tragedy.
FARNBLt. .TILL TEgTlFUlKG.
He Has Always Repudiated tbe Ameri
cas Dynamite Party.
Londow, May 2. Mr. Parnell's cross ex
amination was continued to-day before the
Parnell commission. The witness admitted
that Mr. Condon had been connected with
the Manchester marders. He Btated that he
had always reDndiated the American dyna
mite and physical force parties, and had de
nounced tnem m tne nouse or uommons. ue
a not aware that the Cincinnati Commer
cial reported his speeches verbatim as the
Irish World did.
NO THBIH in the story.
A Bltmderlne DUpaicn itetponsibie
For the Report That Yellow Fever
Had Broken Oat on tbe Steamer
Weaer.
LoNoN,May 2. The report that the North
German Lloyd steamer Weser, which left
Baltimore April 17 for Bremen, had yellow
fever on board proves to have been entirely
without foundation. A blundering telegraph
dispatch is responsible for the false report.
The steamer on which the yellow fever occur
red was the German steamer .Berlin, which
arrived In the Weser river yesterday. The
Berlin sailed from Babia March ku and was
last reported at Lisbon about April 17.
Fairbanks Moody.
Hanovxb, May 2. Arthur Fairbanks of
St. Johnsbury, Vt., son of Rev. Dr. Fair
banks, and Elizabeth L. Moody, grand
daughter of the late President Nathan Lord,
were married here to-day. Mr. Fairbanks
graduated at Dartmouth in '86. '' He was
tutor of Greek the following year and after
wards entered the Theological seminary at
New Haven, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Fairbanks
and Mrs. Palmer, annt of the bride, sail for
Europe in aboat two weeks. -
THK GH4KD TRUNK WBKOK.
Ad Old Railroad nan Says Xbat Ree
lect and Cruelty Anrmented tbe Hor
rorsHe Believes many more Persona
Tban Reported Were Killed Tbe
Care Heated by Old-Fashloned and
Unprotected stoves.
Chicago, May 2. George Mackenzie, a
railroad man of fifteen years' experience, in
the employ of the Fort Wayne company.
stated to-day that neglect and cruelty aug
mented the horror of the wreck on the
Grand Trnnk at Hamilton. He believes also
that many more persons than reported were
killed. Mackenzie is a nephew of Mrs.
Grunmett, a Chicago woman who met her
death in the disaster. He and Mr. Grun
mett took the first train for Hamilton, ar
riving Tuesday." "We were told," said Mr.
Mackenzie this afternoon, "that Mrs. Grun
mett was held fast by timbers across her
legs below the knees. Some persons talked
with her and she begged them to release her.
to kill her, but nothing was done and ehe
was burned to death before their eyes.
The accident occurred at and almost directly
above the edge of a canal. A line of men
with backets could have brought plenty ef
water to pnt out tne nre. Tne accident oc
curred within a few hundred feet of some of
the company's shops and just at the edge of
the company's yards where switching and
freight handling were done. It was 7 o'clock
and the yards mnst have had a number of
men at work within two or three blocks.
These men might hsve pulled the burning
cars to pieces and carried water, as I sug
gested the company might have run an en
gine or two with tanks to the scene. The
company did not even call out the fire de
partment. Some of the firemen eaw the ac
cident and concluded they wonld get out
their engines. They were too late
to do any good then. No attempt was made
bv the company's officials to secure means ior
identifying the bodies by being located in the
wreck. There was no knowledge or at least
no report of anything indicating Mrs. Grun
mett's death. The company figures the
deaths at nineteen, bnt I think this indi
cates a large number. It is certain one wo
man and two children perished who had no
watches."
Mr. Mackenzie save the company heated
the car in which he traveled with an old
fashioned iron coal stove which had no pro
tection, and the train, he thinks, was heated
by a similar appliance. In this way he
accounts for the speedy burning of the
train.
The bodv of John H. Kelley of Chicago, a
victim of the railway disaster, has been iden
tified and removed. Several articles which
belonged to B. L. Oviatt, a student in the
College of Physicians and Surgeons, New
York, have been identified by his brother
and it is certain he was among the killed.
Georee W. Stern, of Brooklyn, is here in
search of E. Randall Orr of Peekskill, N. Y.,
whose trnnk was fonnd in the wreck. John
A. Murray, a tailor of Oshaway, Ont., is be
ing inquired for. Adam Forepaugh of Phil
adelphia has asked for papers and business
cards ionnd in the wreck belonging to Harry
Evarta. Forepaugh had an agent of that
name.
RUSHING OKLAHOMA.
Two Banks Established Board and
Lodelac Reasonably Cbeap and tbe
Settlera contented.
Guthrie. I. T., May 2. The last two days
has wronght many changes .both in Guthrie
and Oklahoma City. At least 50 buildings
have been erected in each town. Two banks
are doing business in Gnthrie and a third
will be in operation this week. Supplies are
being hauled in by the railroads, and board
and lodging may be secured for a reasonable
sum. The buildings are erected so that they
may be easily moved, and upon the conclu
sion of the survey a general shifting of loca
tions may be looked for. In three or four
weeks both towns will have reached a point
when predictions as to their future can be
made with greater certainty than at present.
The work of proving np claims is proceeding
rapidly, bnt there are few indications that
settlers will do much toward improving land
this year. Between Guthrie and' King Fish
er there are not more than a dozen claims
upon which plowing has been begun. The
fact is, the season is too far advanced to
promise any decent reward tor lanor tms
spring, and many of the settlers have gone
to Guthtie, Oklahoma City or King Fisher,
where there is a demand for men and teams
for hanling freight. King Fisher had dwin
dled to abont 2;O0O inhabitants. There are
two town sites there, one caned ludou and
the other King Fisher, and to both there are
conflicting claims which makes the citizens
very uneasy, and win hart tne place as soon
the present excitement is over. uiciano-
ma City has settled its differences arising
from claim inmpinir. and the people there
profess to view the general situation with
great sat let act ion. -
A Tlerlden Firm's Bmbaraasment.
Msbidkn, May 2 The direct ora and prom
inent stockholders of the Meriden Malleable
Iron company, which was reported financial
ly embarassed, held a meeting this afternoon.
The management presented a aaetmras
showing liabilities of $180,000 and assets
$280,000. The only embarassment was from
the lack of ready cash to meet notes, of
which $12,000 have recently come baok un
paid owing to the failure of heavy oredltors.
The assets consist largely of fine buildings
built some years ago. It has lately been
difficult to pay the help promptly and meet
notes given to cover their losses.
No action was taken and another meeting
will be held to-morrow evening. It will
probably be decided then to reorganize the
company and pat it noon a solid nnaaolal
basis, lieorge W. i-.yon is president and X.
C. Merriman secretary and treasurer. The
capital is $125,000 and its business is the
manufacture of kerosene fixtures and cabi
net hardware.
WASHINGTON NOTES.
Tbe Routine or tbo White House la
Mesumad Changes In tbe Kail way
nail Service Bide for lb Envelope
Contract.
Washinoton, May 2. Tbe routine of the
White House was resumed to-day. The Presi
dent entered his offioe at 10 o'clock, and from
that hour np to 1 :30 wsb occupied in listen
ing to appeals of office eeekers and others
who, desire his intercession in their behalf.
The crowd was smaller than usual, bat was
large enough to keep the President engaged
all the morning. There appeared to be a
discussion on the part of some to allow the
President a little time to recuperate from
his trip to New York, but this
consideration was by no means general. The
President looks well and speaks In glowing
terms of his pleasant experience daring the
past three days.
ueneral superintendent joeit or tne railway
mail service, was questioned as to the num
ber of changes which were made in that ser
vioe between March 4 and May 1, when the
civil service was applied to it. He replied
he did not know the exact number, bnt a
good many changes had been made. In fact
he made a change wherever he could improve
the service by so doing. He added: "In the
making of appointments in the railway mail
service since I became its head the course has
been aa far as possible to weed out incompe
tents and probationers and of the first con
sideration to bring back those whose records
indicated proficiency and who were removed
because they were Republicans. I think 90
per cent of the appointments that have been
made comprise the class mentioned, and oi
the remainder the aim has been to select
from those who have been recommended
such as are the most likely to become capable
olerks after serving the usual probationary
term.
Brayton Round was to-day appointed a
fonrth-olass postmaster at East Killingly,
Conn.
A statement prepared at the Treasury de
partment shows that there has been a nut in
crease of $7,708,683 in the circulation since
April 1st, ana tnat mere nas oeen a net
increase of $4,993,034 in the money and bul
lion in the treaanry daring the month. The
principal increase in the circulation was in
gold and silver certificates and United States
notes, and the principal increase in the treas
ury holdings was in gold coin, standard sil
ver dollars and notes.
About fifty million envelopes of all kinds
will be required. The bid of the Morgan
Envelope company and the Plimpton Manu
facturing company, of Hartford, the present
contractors, was $95,933 and the lowest.
This is a alight reduotion in price from the
tbe present contract.
Snlelde In Bridgeport.
BniBOitPOBT, May 2. John G. Boeger.aged
seventy-five, residing in East Bridgeport,
committed snioide this morning by shooting
himself through the head with a pistol. He
lived alone and of late has shown a slight
derangement of mind.
Secretary Cook Has Pneumonia.
Nkw York, May 2. Dr. J. W. Whltbeck,
of Rochester, who is attending Secretary of
State Frederic Cook at the Gilsey, issued
the following bulletin to-night: "Mr.
Cook is Buffering from a moderate attack of
I pneumonia, whioh would not give rise to
great uneasiness but fox complication with
the real disorder weakness of the heart."
I Doctors Status hake and Jacob! also sign the
1 bulletin.
THI BODT RECOVRHKD.
Tbe man Who Fell Overboard From
tbe Elm City Tnesday NLcht IdentI
fled aa Bernard Sweeney ot Bridge
pert.
Bridgipobt, May 2. It has been settled
beyond donbt that the man who fell from
the deck of steamer Elm City Tuesday night
while she lay at the foot of Slat street, New
York, was Bernard Sweeney of this city.
The hat and umbrella found on board the
boat were identified this afternoon by his
wife as being his. Word was received from
New York to-night that the body has been
recovered.
A Hartford Physician Dead."
Hartford, May 2. Dr. Ebenezer K.Hunt,
78 years old, one of the leading physicians
and business men of Hartford, died to-day.
UENBBali FOREIGN NEWS.
-Tbe Klac or Holland.
The Hague, May 2. Owing to the im
provement In the health of the King ot Hol
land the Dutch parliament to-day by a un
animous vote passed a resolution restoring
bis power. The announcement was received
with cheers. Parliament sent a telegram to
the king congratulating him upon the favor
able turn in his disease. The Dake of Nas
sau, now regent of Lnxemberg, will retire to
Taunus.
GENERAL BODL1NCER.
A Council or HIa Supporters Sum
moned te meet In London.
London, May 2. General Boulanger has
summoned a council of his supporters to
meet m tms city on May 10.
TELEUKlpaiO JUl TINCM.
By collecting $10.23 from esch man he
hired for work on a Dakota railroad called
the Anchor Line, John Smith secured about
$1,800 at St. Paul, and disappeared.
A quantity of wreckage has been coming
ashore since Sunday at West Head, near
Lock port, N. S., leading to the belief that
a fishing vessel has been stranded or wrecked.
The store of Edwin Pitcher In North Ston-
ington, Conn., was burglarized on Wednes
day night and goods valued at $100 were
taken.
Sir Charles Russell will on Saturday next
announce his decision in regard to the rental
questions between the tenants and landlord
on the Yandeleur estates in Donegal which
were submitted to his arbitration.
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH.
"Comrades" by Dumas Dramatle Com
pany.
"Comrades," a drama in three acts by
George M. Baker, was presented by the
Dumas dramatic company , under the anspicea
of Bethel A. M. E. church, at the Athenenm
last evening. A fair sized audience enjoyed
the performance which was given in truly
fine form and a surprising amount of good
dramatic material was developed. The cast
was:
May Hamming, Royal Manning's wife
luisu A.U.11UU oauuuers.
Bessie Bradley Miss Minor Barreau
Nancy Nipper Miss May A. Creed
Royal Manning Mr. Tiiemas J. Oriffia
Marcus Orayes Mr. Robert H. Bonner
Simon Stone, a jack of all trades
Mr. Theo. A. Thompson.
Matt Windsor, a tramp
mr. j. v . is. ureeu.
After the piece had been done, ice cream
and refreshments were served and a most
happy evening was finished with social pleas
ures at a late honr. Tbe committee of ar
rangements was the ladies of the stewardess
board and others, assisted by the trustees
and stewards of the above ehnrch.
SH ABES HUN SON.
A Brilliant Wedding In Hamden Last
Evenlns many Beautiful Sifts A
Host or Guests.
Last evening the commodious residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Munson of Hamden
was thronged with relatives and friends to
witness the nuptial tie of their daughter
Codie to Mr. John O. Shares of. this city.
Mr. Frank A. Bunnell acttd as best man and
Miss Sylvia E. Shares, sister of the groom,
was maid of honor. The nehera were Mr.
Frank A. Bunnell and Mr. Ernest E. Smith.
Promptly at 8:15 tbe bridal party entered
the parlors to the mnsio of Lohengrin's wed
ding march on the piano by James J. Geary
of this city. They stood under an evergreen
arch from which was suspended a large bell
of evergreen. The knot was tied by Rev. C.
A. Dinsmore of the Wbitneyville Congrega
tional ehnrch. The handsome bride was ele
gantly attired in a white faille francaise
princess dress with beaded front and ostrich
plumes, tulle vail and ostrich feathers, and car
ried in her band a bonquet of white rosebuds.
Miss Shares wore a white serge and faille
francaise dress with a corsage bouquet of
La France rosea. Tbe wedded pair received
hearty congratulations from their many
friends. Following the marriage ceremony
was a banquet with an elaborate and tempt
ing mMa worthy of tbo ooeaaion. The hap
py couple left for an extended tour, visiting
New York city, Niagara and Cleveland, and
returning by way of Washington. Among
tbe ont of town guests were Mr. Charles W.
Gabriel of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mr. Charles
Morse of 'Bridgeport and J. Glover Smith of
East Walpole, Mass. Many elegant costnmes
added to the brilliancy of the scene. Among
them were notioed the following. Mrs. H.
P. Shares, mother of the groom, an elegaut
black pole de soire dress en traine, duchess
point trimming; Mrs. H. W. Maneon,
mother of the bride, black silk prin
cess dress, with front of old gold, lace
covered front, duchess point and diamonds;
Mrs. John Piatt, black poie de soire dress,
with black and white velvet brocade and
black ostrich feathers; Mrs. Robert Barnes,
black silk, brocade poie de soire, black laoe
front; Mrs. Sarah Bonus, elegant blaok silk,
with jet ornaments; Mrs. Grace A. Lines,
black faille francaise, with white front cover
ed with black lace; Miss Edna Lines,
a very handsome figured China silk,
with blue trimmings; Mrs. Mary E.
Merchant, black corded silk, white dotted
lace frontjet trimmings; Mrs. Gorham, black
silk, Dachess lace, lavender silk front. Many
beautiful and costly presents were received,
among which were groom's presents to the
bride, an elegant gold watch with polished
case; silver tea set, Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
Munson; cathedral clock, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter M. Wellman; money, Mr. Henry Munson,
grandfather of bride: oxydized silver berry
dish, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Morse;
double set oxydized handle after dinner
coffee spoons. Mr. E G. Dickerman;
set of solid silver teaspoons, Mrs. M. E. Mer
chant; carving set, Bilver trimmings, Mrs. E.
L. Smith and sons; marble bwus oiooe, air.
and Mrs. A. W. Stonestreet; picture, Dr. and
Mrs. Rollin McNeil; rng, B. B. Savage; pic
ture. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thomas; looking
glass, the Misses Lawrenee; frnit dish, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Ives; preserve spoon, miss
Sylvia Shares; toilet set, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Monlton; money, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Shares;
money, Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Shares;
money, Mrs. Sylvia Ives; double set
cat glass tumblers, Mr. and Mrs.
R. H. Barnes; fancy toilet lamp, Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. Shares; elegant crazy pinsnpuiow,
Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas; wicker table,
Rev. and Mrs. F. R. Lackey; picture, Miss
Blake: pholographio view framed, F. A.
Bunnell; piotnre, J. W. iiownes; umoreua,
Horace and Paul Shares: match safe, Veva
and Lottie Barnes; silver coffee pot, G. T.
and T. A. Barnes; silver tea pot, J. H.
Davis; pioture, "Love's MuBic," Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Peck; picture, a neavy tana,
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Ives; pioture.
Madonna, Miss M. Alice Shares.
THROWN FBOHX HEB HORSE.
Accident to a Tonne I.ady In Fair
Haven.
Yesterday forenoon about 0 o'clpck much
excitement was created on Grand avenue,
Fair Haven, at the sight of a startling run
away. Miss Seaman, a Fair Haven young
lady residing on Ferry street, aged about
fifteen, was out horseback riding, m recrea
tion which she has frequently enjoyed in
company with Miss Post of Grand avenne.
Her horse for some reason became unman
ageable, and she losing control the animal
dashed away at a frantic speed and at Mr.
Post's residence turned into the driveway,
throwing Miss Seaman to the sidewalk and
rushing into Mr. Post's stable. The young
lady was picked up unoonsoions by the ladies
at Mr. Post's who had witnessed the acci
dent, and was removed into the house and
tenderly cared for. Dr. Thompson was tele
phoned for but was not at home, and another
physician was obtained. Last evening Miss
Seaman s condition was reported improved.
HAPPY HODKS WITH TONTI.
A Pleasant Social Entertainment En
Joyed by Elm City Lodge's Fair
Friends.
An exceedingly pleasant social entertain
ment was that whioh was given by Elm City
lodge No. 65, Order of Tonti, at their little
hall in the Insurance building last evening.
A room' fall of friends, noticeable for the
large proportion of fair ones, langhed at the
jesters, admired the musio and joined gener-
ally in merriment throughout the evening,
The programme as given in yesterday's
(Jotjrxkr was rendered.
Mr. David Mitchell also gave a clever burnt
cork characterization which pleased the au
dience. The committee in charge of the en'
tertainment was: W. E. Davis, B. L. Lam
bert, F. L. Averill, A. S. Teal, J. J. Mo
Cormick.
BOARD OF FINANCE.
A Transfer or Appropriations Voted
A Beaueat or tbe Public Library
Commissioners Tabled.
Commissioners Reilly, Whitney and States
of the board of public works appeared before
the board of finance last evening and request
ed that the appropriation of $11,000 for the
Chapel street bridge be transferred, $5,000 to
the appropriation for hardening streets and
$6,000 to be added to the already appropri
ated $3,000 for tbe new Rock Lane bridge.
After disenssing the matter It was voted to
grant the order, bnt to reverse the sums, so
that $5,000 should go to the Rock Lane bridge
and $6,000 to the street appropriation.
The following monthly bills were approv
ed: Board of public works $13,877.44, police
department $9,320.93, fire department $8,
863.78, health department $969.67, sewer
department $15,220.59, sundry accounts $3,
268.80. In behalf of the public library commission
Commissioners Kleiner, Mereiok and Moran
appeared before the board and asked that the
authority to iasne $100,000 worth of bonds
wnen it snould be necessary to build a new
library building or when an advantageous
opportunity to purchase one should present
itself. The matter was tabled until a future
meeting of the board. At 10 o'clock the
board adjourned.
Entertainments.
THE JTJCH PKROTTI CONCERT.
The festival concert attracted quite a large
audience at the Hyperion Theater last eve
ning. The artists were all well known . and
they gave a very enjoyable entertainment.
The orchestra played two selections the
overture D "Tannhauser" and Haendel's,
"Largo" admirably and at the conclusion
of each Mr. Carl Zerrahn, the
veteran musical director, had to make re
peated acknowledgements to the well de
served applause. Miss Juch's rendition of
"From Thy Love as a Father"
from Gounod's "Redemption" won her
an encore, to which she graciously respond
ed. Nothing more of praise need be added
to what has already been acoorded to this
very princess of sopranos. From her first
appearance here she has been the favorite of
all favorites, and both she and Miss Aus der
Ohe mnst feel assured that their frequent
visits here have by no means worn ont their
welcome. Miss Ans der Ohe's selection was
the E minor concerto of Chopin, whioh
she played with the same "fearless cer
tainty" that characterized all her per
formances. Signor Perotti has a wonderful
tenor voice, bnt failed to give a satisfactory
exhibition of it last evening. His duet with
Miss Jach.the love dno from "Die Walkare,"
was marred by poor orchestral accompani
ment, and moreover the piece itself is un
suited to the ooncert stage. The oonoert
concluded with the fourth act of "II Trova
tore," the principal feature of which was the
excellent manner in whioh Mr. Victor Her
bert oonducted.
xkbbt eow.
To see the throngs of people that witnessed
Kerry Gow as played by Mr. Joseph Murphy
at the New Haven Opera House last evening
one would not suppose that the dramatic
season was nearing its close. The pretty lit
tle theater was crowded, literally packed, and
many who could not get standing room were
obliged t3 forego the pleasure of seeing this
excellent presentation of a fine Irish play.
Mr. Murphy and his leading lady gave a
finished delineation of admirable Irish char
acters and f ally deserved the bountiful ap
plause given them. The piece as Interpreted
by Mr. Mnrphy's excellent company looses
none of its attractiveness with age,and bright
ens nnder their matchless rendition.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Another large house witnessed "Ranch 10"
at the Grand last night. The play 1b pictur
esque in plot and scenic effects and the com
pany handled their parts in an entertaining
manner. It will be repeated to-night and
to morrow with a matinee to-morrow after
noon. DIXE Y'G ADONIS.
Henry E. Dixey and the world famous
"Adonis" will appear at the Hyperion to
night. Mr. Dixey will appear with a brand
new etock of jokes and several new dances
will be introduced. The cast has as many
pretty girls as ever and several new features
have b.3en added.
Two men entered W. B. Morse's jewelry
store in Boston Wednesday night, and one of
them grabbed a pin worth $250 and fled.
The proprietor ran after him and the other
man secured $500 worth of jewelry. Both
escaped.
Tne Choicest Tea Ever OSereL
PERFECTLY PURE.
A MOST DELICIOUS BEVERAGE. TRY IT.
Too will m ma tny other; Quality smr varies.
It is the Highest Grade Lkap, picked from
the best plantations and guaranteed absolutely
pure and free from all adulterations or coloring
matter. The cans bear the trade mark of the Co.,
and are hermetically sealed and warranted full
wcleht. It is more economical In use than tha
lower grades.
Oriental & Occidental Tea Co., L't'cl,
Head Office, 31, 33aml35 Stirling Slip,
JS'rta York.
For sale by the beat Grocers,
Judson Terrill. 47 Oranrest. : C. E. Clinton. 114
B owe st.; t'ormick Creeiran. 70 DeWitt at.; James
Clark, -Hi Wooster st ; J. W. & T. M. Kitteli, 803
State St.: Elm City Cash Grocery, 74 Congress ave.;
E A. & F. H. Clark, 107 Ferry st; J. D Hurray &
Co., 67 Putnam st. ; Philip Hugo, agt. , 15 Edwards
St.; Hotchkisx & Turtle, 534 Elm St.; Mrs. J. L.
Foley & Co . 763 Grand ave. and 6 Bradley st.
M. E. Terrill, Westville; M. T. Gregory & Son,
Milford.
HEALTHY CHILDREN
ARE
HAPPY CHILDREN,
FEED THEM ON
WHEATINE AND
PERFECTION
ROLLED WHEAT.
the:y are: the:
NE PLUS ULTRA
OF MUSCLE ANP PRAIN
FORMING FOODS,
& H, STREET & CO,
VAULTS km CESSPOOLS
Thoroughly and Neatly Done by
FAKSHA5S.
ORDERS LEFT AT
R. B. Bradley & Co.'s, 405 State street,
J. T. Lelghton's, 29 Broadway,
R. Veitch A Son's, 974 Chapel street,
Will receive prompt attention. Satisfaction !rua
aaased Talannona Osnaasiloa. JaSU
Harnett's Extracts.
X nave sold no other for more than a' third of
m rouuvv lamu X. i tlAiU. V,. BON.
O.SXTELBa
meatus.
Qua Cent a Word for Eaeb Insertloi
A WANTED,
famiivTIPiLbyJa comPetnt cook in private
mended yi'Sd ai8POition and well recom
- a - 3 u 16 CHAPEL ST., Room 8.
A deSds."'" j"86,. 'ho nn-
m3stt Y.iV . va.ii at
w a 'rw
StS?.Nln" 'i' 'mbermaid and
IB Itir.sAxr 0,
J"- s, inr.r.1.
w a vs-e.
OFFICE and house cleaning'by the d.v bv .
capable woman. Address J' Dy 1
m'3 st f. this
IV A VTI' I.
A SJ,llM5?a.i',m'tnt8lrl to do een-
&tttTZS cm. aT worR in a priT"8
') I . . r
A SITUATION by a young man as coachman or
groom in private family; gocd reference if
required. Address W. B H
mj ltt 14 Ashmun street, City.
BY a young man of 19, a chance to learn a
trade. Address
. ml lt N. J., this office.
WASTED,
A SITUATION by a respectable girl to do sec
ond work or general housework in a private
family; reference if required. Inquire at
m3 ltt ?65 GRAND AVENUE.
11MTRI
A SITUATION by a respectable girl to do gen
eral housework or second work in a private
lamily; good reference. Inquire at
ms ltt 191 Hamilton s treet.
wiiKTrn
TTJIAJIIMES, hotels guaranteed best carefully se
1J lected help; any work.
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,
a26tf 775 Chapel street.
WASTED,
POSITION as bookkeeper; experienced and ref.
erence given. Address B L
1118 3t This office.
WANTED,
SITUATION by a respectable woman to do cook
ing in a large family, or to do cooking and
washing in a small family. Call at
m2 2ti 178 WHITNEY AVENUE.
WASTED,
A SITUATION as maid and seamstress. Call at
maatt 2 HILLHOUSE AVENTJK.
wanted!
A COMPETENT girl for general housework. Ap
plyat (mggt) 70 HOWE STRMT.
WASTED,
SITUATIONS for first class Swedish cook and
German second girl; prefer situation together,
in city or country. MRS. BABB,
m8 2t 102 Orange street.
WASTED,
A tenement of five rooms, suitable for gen
tleman and wife; must be centrally located.
Addrts (m8 6t) W., tbii office.
WASTED,
SECOND-HAND Safety Bicycle. Address,
F. Neebe, 40 Orchard street.
WASTED,
$1,000, 2,OO0. $3,000.
Money wa&ted on first mortgage.
Several houses for sale on the most accom
modating terms.
EE.. E. BALDWIN'S
a6 daw Real Katate Agency. 81? Chapel 8
Select Hoaschold Help,
ALL kinds, for city and elsewhere supplied by
Mrs. Uabb, Mew Haven Employment Office,
aplO lm 103 OKANGfe STREET.
fSLxsczXlmizom
FOR REST.
D
,ESK room in my office. M. H. ENSCOE,
bziiz iii Exchange Building.
FOR. SIM!.
"f" OW, a nice infant's carriage.
aJ mBUQH III UHE.HUK1 KTKlLEiT. City,
FOR SALE.
B
UILDINGlot, 316 Orange street, 30 by 175;
price (i,uwi. ma oit jn. u. srEKni:.
Furniture Removed
CTT"ITH care; fifteen years' experience; orders
TV promptly attended to. Call or address
a 0 5t W. J. BRADLEY, t Walnut street.
SOTICE.
M
B. FRANK W. BENEDICT retired from the
nrm or .Benedict Co. April 1. 1889.
ml St
LAWS MOWERS
AND mowing machines knives and finger bars
erouad with nrorjer clearance bv Rroial rtnt-
ented machinery at F. C. CANNON MFG. CO.,
aw tr Oransre street.
FOR SALE,
A handsome second-hand Victoria in
excellent condition. "Wilt ba sold at a
reasouuUe price. Address VICTORIA,
a9tf .or inquire at This Office.
Refrigerator For Sale.
A FIRST-CLASS Box Refrigerator, filled with
charcoal and aum; s'ze, 24 deep, 24 wide, 36
lone, inside. Will be said low if sold immediately.
a 19 DOW STREET.
FISE CATERISO
FOR Weddings. C. A. BRADLEY, C,9 Chapel
g'rect, New Haven. Eva-ythin for table fur
nished; good help: line silverware; decorations,
music, street canopies, etc., all of the latest style,
at reasonable prices. al7 lm
NOTICE.
THE undersigned have this day formed a copart
neretiip under the nrm name of
KlfflBEilLY & ROOT,
For the purpose of doic a Banking business and
for the transaction of a general Bro aerate business
in Stocks, Bonds and other securities.
CHARLF.S KIMBERLY,
geobgf: A. ROOT.
138 Orange street.
May 1, 1889.
We are the New Haven corresoondents of W. T.
Hatch Son?, of New York, and are connected di
rectly with their efflce by special telephone wire.
Thir customers can have the r orders executed as
promptly an heretofore aim have the same facil
ities. Farm and City Mortgages guaranteed by the
Lombard Investment Co , who have loaned over
S 15,000,000 without log to any investor. ma St
LIEBIG GOOPAIIY'S
EXTRACT OF MEAT.
Finest and Cheapest Meat Flavoring Stock for
Roups, Made Dishes and Sauces. As Beef Tea, "an
Invaluable tonic and an agr: eable stimulant." An
nual sale 8,000,000 jars.
ennlnOnlvwlth rac-almlleof Jastna
von Lleblsa ilsnatnre in BLLB
across label, as above.
Sold by Storekeepers, Grocers and Druggists
LIKBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT CO.. I.'trt. London
THE EVERLASTING
ROOFING COMPANY,
BTo. 461 Crown street, New Ha
ven. Conn.,
I And 35 Broaiwar, New York,
S prepared to furnish its Patent Cement to roof
ers arenerallv. or annlv th. Mma .i,. . i
roofs or any new or old roofs ar short notice.
Mb is ciaimea roriais nooaDR
Absolute Freedom from Leakage,
A non conductor of heat or cold, tire proof, and
seventeen years'1 test .gj gives assurance of
permanent durability.
m The first cost is not more than tin and the roof
never needn paint or any rpa,'"r. d!9 tf
Entertainments.
"teojSSEaY:
FRIDAY, I SATURDAY,
8. 4.
X.
Matinee Saturday.
The Popular American Actor,
JOHN CL1MOX HALL,
Supported by a Company of Unusual Merit in the
American Melodrama,
RANCH 10.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, next week Bar
low Bros.' Minstrels.
Friday Evening, may 3d.
Engagement of America's Favorite Comedian, Mr.
HENRY E. DIXEY,
Supported by Rice & DIxey's Big Burlesque Co.,
Comprising
60
Artists
60
is
ADONIS.
Prices: $1.00, 75a, 50c, 25c. Sale ot seats opens
Wednesday. a30 4t
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 4.
ANNUAL BENEFIT
Tendered by Manager Q. B. Bunnell to the
GRAND ARMY POSTS
For the Memorial Day Fund.
America's Great Tragedian,
ROBERT DOVtllHG,
Under the management of Mr. JOS. H. MACK, in
the grandest production ever given of Forrest
and McCuUough's Greatest Success,
SPARTACTJS,
THE GLADIATOR,
Which will be presented here in all its magnitude
as seen during the memorable engagement at the
Star Theater. New York city. A carload of
Magnificent Scenery, J Gorgeous Costumes, His
torical Armor, Properties and Implement of war,
and most powerful supporting company in America
Bale of seats opens Thursday at ; a. in.
, Prices; l,oo, 750, 60c.
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