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Saturday, September 61890.
Vol. L VI 1 1. gang NOW FOR BUSINESS ! NEW GOODS DAILY! New assortment of OUTING FLANNELS at 10c a yard. This.-will te the last. ? M Direct from mill, one case of BROWN COTTON SHEETING- REMNANTS, at 7c a yard, -worth 9c. Pall colorssin the new, finish CENTURY PRINTS, at 10c a yard. " ' We never lose a sale on our SAXONY WOOL BLAN KETS at $4.89 a pair ; they knock everything out. Our HANDKERCHIEF department is full of Fall selections. Our specialties at 12 1-2 cents and 25c are wonders at the money. FYJbnV ISTOJS. 764-788 ..... The Hew Haven Steam Heating Company. The "Gold" Boilers for Low Pressure Steam Heating by Direct and Indirect Radiation. THE "MERCER" BOILER FOR HOT WATER HEATING. Jast and Wrought Iron Tube Radiators. Sheet Iron Radiators. Driven Wells. - SW'iSCe. The Best Work t Reasonable .Prices. PUuXsrlncatlons and Estimates for all kinds of Steam and Water Heating. FACTORY 83 COURT STREET. Telephone 570-4. AS BREAD IS CALLED How Necessary it is to Health, to Get the Best Bread ! f H. O O O? S B H 3E3 Sk. 33 pronounced by all who have used it "The Best." It is made from pure materials by nrat-class bakers. Root's Vienna Bread, Root's Cottage Bread, Root's Famed Home-Made Bread. Ask Your Grocer for it. K W. F. GILBERT, O 65 CHURCH STREET, OP. P.O. l 79 to 89 Railroad Ayepe. OXYGENATED -: WATER. The Bert Remedy for Kidney, Stomach, Liver and Blood Diseases and Pleasant to the Taste, E. HEWITT & C0.S, (Apothecaries, 744 Chapel Street. I HOTEL PEMBROKE, WOODMONT, CONN. . The rates at the Hotel Pembroke for Withe next month will be reduced. For I s- those wishing to spend the month or part I 1 the shore, this fa a rare chance. Par tie wishing a pleasant drive and a good shore dinner, call at the Pembroke. G. W. SANFORD, s4 gt Proprietor. THE- ELM TREE INN Farmington, Conn.. SPECIAL RATES For July and August. lylOtf Address JIBS. -- . THE BONSILENE. . . A select family hotel, beautifully lo "Mleated. Everything first-class. 1 I a delightful place to spend the day or a i r 1 T ----- Boating, bathing, lawn tennis. New dining hall, new rooms ; one very large room, suitable for parties. Board from 9.to $16 per week. Only minutes from New Haven to toe shore, 94 dailv trains. OIJN H. CLATJK, au7 tf Woodmont, Conn. THE LAKE VIEW HOUSE, LITCHFIELD, CONN. A strictly first-class Family and Tran sient HoteL For rates and information jya A. S. a' IV, Manager. BLOCK ISLAND, R. Hotel Manisses. ... 1, rialiirhtful Cli- mate, superb bathing, fine b"teh'n1f' daily boats, cable, gas, electric bells. One .ST ' t.oii an.l orchestra : Drices reason- ''""""'""'""'aE.-BBOWN. The Clarendon Hotel, Springs, N. Y. This elegant and leading hotel on Broadway, opposite Lnmmr8 Kirk, is now open for the season. DOW O deMn Engagements can be made' In advance for rooms BEER'S PHOTO PARLORS, 762 Chapel Street. Terms reasonable. Jy8ms&w2m MOSELEY'S New Haven House, Fronting the City Green and Opposite thi University Campus, is ' FIRST-CLASS IN ALL RESPECTS, And 1 the Only Hotel in the City. With a Passen- m17iy S. H. MOSELEY, Proprietor. TO CLOSE At Less Than Cost. - Ladies' Fine Russet G-oat Lace Sh.oe ; former price &3 : to close. $2. Ladies' flue Russet (xpat Ties former price $3; to close. $2. Ladies' Russet Goat Tie, hand sewed : former -price $1.50: to close, $1.25. Choice styles of Russet . Ties, hand sewed, for $1 and $1.25. Ladies' Tan-Ties; former price 75c; to close, 65c. Ladies' fine Canvas Vaca tion Shoes ; former, price $2; to close, $1.50. Misses' fine Canvas Vaca tion Shoe ; former price $1.50; to close, $1.15. A few odds and ends left in Gent's Shoes at $1 and $1.50. A. B? GREENWOOD, anlO 8p 7 73 Chapel Street. A large: stock OF BABY CARRIAGES, ou own mjiirA- for sale at factory prices. Repairing promptly attended to. Also a large line of REED and S1TT1H mtllRH. Call ana examine oeioro muuig purchase. RATTAN CO., aul0 tf 662 STATE STREET. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, I fteDt. 3d. 1890. f TH8TATI of JESSE B. DAVIS, late of Hamden, ' rj in said district, deceased. -rr ,hA nnitaAtlnn of Herman K. Smith. administrator, praying for power and authority fanse!! and convey certain real estate belonging to laid estate, as per application on file more "J!7,?,Cff?rLl.Tht wild aDDlicatlon be heard ad drmined.M . a ont b. at New Haven, In said district, on the 10th day of SoMuand that notice be given of the . jjendency atSfal application and the time and place of Y vr nhlJaliinir the name three tames In some newspaper By the court, gew objwic. nAVUHAN. Clerk. 1 -- A. Ilrht top buggy, in first-class- oondi Jn lnuvery little. Just as good -?iT,?YZ,.rnn Co. make, and cost MOO; win sell for (ISO cash, that is not offered every day, TZj'h ii ir ino -anh. This is a bargain v, ... - . sr pirArv.B Kea evsrj " - " , Boom Jit o. UN vwp nnwt, Saner Sloes THT'STAf f Of Lift, MB. and MBS. E. A. PARSONS Will resume lessons with their pupils on Monday, Sept. 8. S4 8t Miss Orton and Miss Nichols (Successors to the Misses Edwards) WlllReopeii their English and French Day Schools, FOR YOUNG LADIES AND LITTLE GIRLS, On WEDNESDAY) SEPT. 34th. Circulars can be obtained on application at si lm 57 ELM STREET. ... ihogab: BUSINESS UNIVERSITY, Cor Chapel and Church Streets, OPENS SEPTEMBER 1. SOCRATIC METHOD No classes, each pupil taught separately. This is one of the largest, most thoroughly equipped and suocesfull institu tions in this State. Penmanship, Bookkeeping, Arithmetic Grammar, Spelling, Correspondence, Elocution, Drawing, Banking, SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHING depart meats in charge of efficient and experienced instructors. Rapid progress ; small cost ; di plomas awarded ; graduates assisted. NIGHT SCHOOL Three evenings a week. For further particulars call or address Prof. J. M. LEE, President, auSl tf " New Haven, Conn. MISS HALL'S SCHOOL "tTTILL reopen Wednesday-Sept. 10th at W s5 3tt 679 CHAPEL STREET. k M gf Media (Pa.) Military Academy I S4LvlUboys. Brooke Hall; girls. Circular free. , jy12m MISS HVERMOKE'S KINDERGARTEN and Preparatory School reopens September 8th. Carriage sent for children. 91 OLIVE, sx 7tt cor. nome nace. MRS. THOMPSON T7"ILL reopen her school for children Monday, v V sepc. b, at att uiw w bi tg.c x ojt MRS. E. I. DUTTON, 2TM PROWN STREET. 1TTILL receive pupils in Vocal Music after TV Sept. 15th. For terms and other informa tion apply as above or to s314tt BOX 819, Post Office. GOLDEN HILL SEMINARY, FOR YOUNG LADIES, BRIDGEPORT, Conk. Circulars on applica tion. Miss EMILY NELSON, Principal. AtlSS ANNIE . U3BSON, Assoc. mncipai. ! 1IM Practical Business Training. Individual Instruction in each department. Endorsed by nearly all the leading business houses, manufacturers and banks where our graduates are employed. Thorough common sense and economical. No subterfuges. Few failures. Merit tells. We aim to give quality, not QUAjrriTY. The oldest and best school In New England. All are invited to inspect our spacious apartments and model methods. A most efficient SHORTHAND DEPARTMENT. Students can enter at any time, Apply to F. A. CARGILL, aul6 3m President ami Proprietor. Mrs. Cady's School for Young Ladies W&n2feW: atory and Academic departments. Thorough instruction, xeacners are college grauuaiew. . Native teachers in French and German. Free hand drawing and penmanship included In regu lar tuition. Private lessons in drawing, oil and water colors and china painting given to pupils outside the school. During October Miss If . a. ualloway win of TMlSSl ive a course lectures upon the "Art of 1 Leti etter 'riOng.' talomes of tne scnool mav I be obtained at H. H. Feck's bookstore or the art store of Evarts of Evart AU18U Cutler. INSTRUCTION ON THE- PIANO And Cliurch Organ. Wheeler fRGANIST at the First Baptist church, New V Haven, late pupu at the uoNBimvi T.lF.PZTfl. GERMANY, and of Dr. Bridee, IONSEBV ATORY, organ ive in 1st at Westminster Abbey, London, will give in. struction on the Piano and Church Organ from Sept. 1st. iy 11B nUHS TfcC,l BRUSHES ! To Boom Trade we are Offering' 15c Wire Hair Brushes for 5c. 2So Wire Hair Brushes for 13c. 16c Bristle Hair Brushes for Be. 15c Bristle Hair Brushes for 16c. 60c Barbers' (screwed back) Hair Brushes for 25c.' 26c Velvet Brushes for lOo. 25c Cloth Brushes for 10c. hoc Cloth Brushes for 26c. For ten days only. Avail yourselves of this opportunity of .unheard of low prices. Ner Haven 5 ana 10c Store, 383-385 State Street. The A. L. Schneider Co. MARTIN COOPER Repairer and Adjuster of Fine Watches At Moderate Prices. 693 Chapel Street, Sew Haven. ! District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, 1 Kent. ad. ihwi. i STATE of HARRY GRIFFIN, late of New i II.. .,..1.1 . 1 1.,.!.., .1 ......... ...,.1 The Court of Probate tor the district of New Haven hath limited and allowed six months from the date, hereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present tneir accounts. properly attestea, witnin suu umo wiu De de barred a recovery. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate pay ment to MARTHA M. GRIFFIN. , s5 gdlwt . F.xecutrix. District of New Haven, ss., Probate Court, 1 sepi. 9, low. ) Tjl STATE of HORACE ARTLETT, late of Fi New Haven, In said district, deceased. Upon the application of Augustus B. Smith, praying ton- power and authority to sell and convey ' certain real estate be longing to said estate as pe application on file more fully appears, lt is " ORDERED That said application be heard and determined at a Probate court to be held at New Haven, in said district, on the 11th day of September, A. D. 1890, at 10 o'clock in the fore noon, and that notice be given of the pendency of said application and the time and place of hearing thereon, by publishing the same three times in some newspaper having a circulation in said district. . A. HEATON ROBEBTSQfjl, atttt Jog. I II L m ral Instate TO LET, Pleasant furnished room, with board. 83 HOWE STREET. s5 5tt .'- : s .. . FOR RENT, 49 County, 6 rooms, second floor : rent inquire ow urcnara or 1Q4 HOWE STREET. FOR RENT, A " TWO stall brick barn. X- s418t 1241 CHAPEL STREET. FOR RENT, Second floor, modern Improvements. 27 SYLVAN AVENUE. 4 tf FOR RENT, tA very desirable house, Q rooms, on Portsea street. Enquire at 84 14t 862 HOWARD AVENUE. FOR RENT. Furnished lower floor of house centrally nilLern conveniences. For particiuars address 83 tf X., P. O. Box 805, City. AUCTION SVXiE '. . OF "- "' ' CENTRAL REAL ESTATE. The two family house, No. 178 OLIVE STREET, Nearly opposite William street, ' WILL BE SOLD ON THE PREMISES Monday, September 8th, at 12 o'clock, Noon. Terms made known at time of sale EDWARD C. BEECHER, s8 Bt Auctioneer. FOR RENT fimfr The modern built house, 22 Vernon lijji street. iaUlk Ten rooms, in perfect order. JOHN. T. SLOAN, Room 7, 828 Chapel street. Open evenings. ; s2 FOR RENT, k Second floor, corner Kensington and Chapel streets. Inquire L au29 7t 246 ORANGE. FOR RENT, E3k The desirable residence. No. 29 College ;! street, modern conveniences ; will be rent ULed furnished or unfurnished. Houses for sale in different parts of the city. John C. Punderford, Room 8, Glebe Building, au29 116 Church street. Call or Send For printed list of Rents. .T. T. SLOAN. 828 Chapel. FOR RENT. Furnished house, modern improvements, centrally situated. if. L. LAMISKKT, b, auKS 141 82 Church street. FOR RENT, k Five rooms, upper floor: American fam ilyno children. Apply at L au26tf 24 PRINCE STREET. FOR SALE, JlfSt. Two brick houses, central, with the im Hjjj) provements, in fine order; price and terms niilLat a bargain. A two family house, 8 rooms, connects with swer ; a GOOD INVESTMENT; price $1,800. A number of good lota, PRICE LOW. FOR RENT, A few houses, tenements and flats. Store for rent. Money loaned on real estate. Call at 82 Church Street, Boom 8, Benedict's Building. Office open evenings from 7 to 8. L. F. COMSTOCK & CO. FACTORY FOR SALE, At a Bargain. The works of the New Haven Nail Co. in niM. utrtutf Innluiiinir the enflrinA. ISIL boilers and shafting. Apply for descrip tive circular to C.S. MERSICK &C0., a27tf " aaa rtit ptkKET. -CEABlSrWrPALUER. Real Estate Bought, Sold and .Exchanged. Fire Insurance. Business and Manufacturing bought and sold; also joint stock companies formed. Loans nego I tigated. Rents and Bills collected. Special care given to charge or property. Notary Public. Parties having houses or parts of houses to rent will And it to their advantage to place them in my care. List of rents furnished on applica- Hon With Wtth improved facilities in every depart- ment, I am prepared to care for your wants care- IUliy ana promptly. Room 11 Bowdltch Building, Open evenings. Wo. 10 Orange St. FOR KENT. The modern house, in first-class order, No. 70 Grove street. The modern house, in nrsKiaas oroer, No. 119 Grove street. The moaern nouse, in nrsiciass oraer, no. io Church street. The modern house in first-class order, No. 88 Trumbull street. The modern house, in first-class order, No. 81 Trumbull street. Apply to CHARLES : EBB, 850 Chapel Street. FOR RENT, , The brick factory building, No. 169 East street. Apply to W. & E. T. FITCH, aul6tf No. 1M East street. FOR SALE. ?Pv A very desirable and central property on I3l.ll Rt. John street. The lot is 52x135: house JaiilL has 14 rooms and all modern improvements. I and is in first-rate order. The property can oe bought at a bargain if sold witmn a lew aays; terms will be made easy If desired. For further particulars call at MERWIN'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE, jy22 759 Chapel Street. FOR RENT, liww flnnr. six rooms, with two UP- stars bedrooms, and half of stable on the premises 841 SHERMAN AVENUE. All modern conveniences, first-class condition; location unsurpassea. inquire ai. ap!7tf THIS OFFICE. Hinnian's Real Estate and Loan Agency. $16,000 to loan at 5 per cent. Km 1 ! f u an.l A noiHMtlfr. mmtWlllM. - RnnniAJ At.tontlnn Driven to rentintr. Collections, making repairs and car of prop- eiJ&rni and property for sale In all parts of the city and country. H per cent, investments. 1 RntatA auctioneers. ap29 ' 68 Church Street, Room 1. Buy a House-$lO a Month m MKKSSU accom- kaUlkmodatlng terms. Call at R. E, BALDWIN'S, tsaSt dAw Real Estate Agency. 818 Chapel st. FOR SAIJE., 1 1 1 Vice cotta? e with barn on Beach street. Wm. n.vMi' liwludAA shore front raorAiiinir hmifiA and barn with half acre ot land in center Oxford; price very low, only (500, Dwelling house and barn and eight acres of land in center of Madison, fronting the Green; .Urant nlnmi fnv nmniMr TOflktence. Dwelling houses In all parte of the city at tow prices: some of them will pi will nay 10 to 1 per cent, in rentals. Bull Building lots in all sections of the city; 1n nriAHL amv terms. DoubleBeach House with forty-six acres of land, at low price. ... , nhnlca nronertv cor. of Asylum and Oak atAAii nui hA iwiiiirht at a bargain on easy terms. Shore lots at Woodmont and Savin Rock; call and get my prices before Buying. IjOts for sale in i&vergreen cemetery. Motley to loan. W.D.JTTDSON, 7Q8 Chapel Street. HOUSES, STORES, COTTAGES I ' Real Estate for Sale or Bent. A good 8-room house with barn, connect- l',!U ea witn sewer, piaasanuy tocaieu in urcn- -LilA-nrri atniAt- xil.nun. New building, store and flats, with barn, well situated for grocery business; room for another building on Dixwell avenue. Six family house, centrally located, always rented and in eood order, paying 12 per cent., Anew one family house, 6 rooms, water and egtDerbraUrosd.wmbesoldoneas, Horace P. Hoadley, 49 Church Street, Boom 2, Open evenings. Hoadley Building. FOR RENT. BanM-ear of 1333 Chapel street. Inquire on the premises. my m n FOB BENT. House of 9 rooms, with all modern con' till r'rn o.b.a h.i, . J 1. 1 JSHkOntB flu. UUO IJ imii oil ...I. j iit.ll UI UUUUH9 house No. 10 Lewis street, Fair Haven. . Apply to ap33tf JACOB HELLER, 98 Olive f 9 Btreei. A Few Hundred Dollars "Will Se cure a uooa Home. -ACS ONE-FAMILY HOUSE, 200 Atwater m street. House ana Darn, s Auburn street. Two-family .house. No. 11 Clay street. Two-family house, 460 Orchard street. All to be sold low u sola witnin ten aays. Also for rent, first floor, 78 Woolsey street; first floor, 10 New hall street: 115 Portsea street: 121 Portsea street: Slbnbongress avenue, and seoond floor 29 Auburn street. A. m. HOLMES, HOUSE MOVER, OF FICE 89 CHURCH STREET. nol6 i i FOB SALE. Three-story house with store on East street. Large lot, room ror another building. cheap. 1 . Houses and lots in all parts of the city FOB BENT. - mnfr.nf ilvA momn with all I trmrnvAm an to. 4A J. H. Keefe. Exchange Bujlding. Local Weather Report. roa Sept. 3, 1890. 8 ; A. K. Barometer.,,,... Temperature.... Humidity Wind, direction. Wind, velocity. . . Weather 80.17 70 90 SW 8 t Cloudy 80.10 - 70 - 96 ' E S Cloudy Mean temperature.70. Max. temp., 78; min. temp., 63. Precipitation, .00 inches. Max. velocity of wind 16N. Total excess or deficiency of temperature since January 1, xH4 degrees. Total excess or deficiency of precipitation since Jan. 1, 2.16 in. H. J. COX, Observer. Note. A minus sign prefixed to thermom eter readings indicates temperature below zero. A "X" in connection with rainfall indicates a trace of precipitation too small to measure. iSnow is melted and resulting depth of water not known. . MINIATURE ALMANAC. SEPT. 6. Stnt Rises, 8uh Sets, 5:231 6:18 Moon Rises, 10:55 . I Hiaa Water 4:41 MARRIAGES, WOOD COLLINS On Thursday, Sept. 4, at 5 o'clock at the residence of the bride's parents in West Haven, by the Rev. Dr. Beardsley, Mr A. Felton Wood and Miss Annie T. Collins, both of West Haven. t DEATHS. GOODNOW Entered into life, Friday, Sept. 5, William Goodnow, aged eighty-two years and three months. Funeral at the residence of his son-in-law, F. R. Bliss, 1138 Chapel street, Monday, Sept. 8, at 2 o'clock. Friends are invited to attend with out further notice. GRENNAN In this city, Sept. 5th, Mrs. Rosanna Grennan, wife of Thomas Grennan, aged 54 Notice of funeral hereafter. HEMINGWAY In this city, sudden!; Fred. K. Hemingway, son of Mrs. E lAtA .Tnhn T TTemincrwav. a?ed 27. , Sept. 4th, C. and the Funeral from his late residence, 7 Dixwell ave nue, Sunday at 8 p. m. Stt MARINE LIST. PORT OF NEW HAVEN. ARRIVED. Sch Hero, Plummer, Clark Cove for Perth Amboy. Sch Sallie A. Charter, Keefe, Taunton for N.Y. Sch Kate Scranton, Kelley, Vineyard Haven for N. Y. . Sch May Miller, Dayton, Newport for N. Y. Sch Woodbury M. Snow, Snow, Prov. for N. Y. Sch Harold B. Cousens, Davis, Bangor, ice and lumber. Sch Rightaway, Nickerson, Augusta, lumber. Sch Richard Vaux, Richardson, Kennebec, ice. Sch Perine, Brown, Portland, scales. Barge Tender No. 2, Ellis, New York .for West Harwich, Mass. Barge N. E. T. No. 38, Chase, South Amboy for Providence, R. L CXKAKED. Bark Balkan, (Aust.) Perich, N. Y. Sch Boston, Adams, N. Y. Sch Eva L. Ferris, St. John, Norfolk. Sch Bessie G, (Br.) Morrison, Shelton, Conn., for Port Greville, N. S. . Small Miscellaneous Advertise ments One Cent a Word each Inser tion; five cents a word for a fall week, (seven times.) Houses, Lots, AU parts 01 city. - rants, 10 Rents, loans. A. ALUNQ, 708 Chapel. s61t The City Market IS the place for hotels, restaurants, boarding houses and families to buy meats, vegetables, poultry and provisions ; we nave ine nest quai lty, a large assortment, mjirlmt will nermit. TT. 1 . and prices as low as H. L. ANDREW & CO., s6 3t Center City Market. Board of Councilmeii. TO the Sheriff of the City of New Haven, greeting : You are hereby required to warn the Board of Councilmen of said city to meet at the chamber of the board in said city on Monday, the 8th day of September, 1890, at 8 o'clock p. m. - Given under my hand this ad day or septemoer, 1890. HENRY F. PECK, Mayor. Theforegoingisatrue copy of the, o"lw.ar rant. A.t t. - .iottn fttniS", Cfty Sheriff. "THE BEST SILVER BILL" Is the one we own ourselves ; ' And the best ci gar is Sleeper's Eye, The sale of which is unequalled by any ten cent ci- far on the mar. et. All dealers. Trade Mark. sper ec Co., Factory, & Co., Agents, New Hi Boston. Yale Bryan aven, Conn. C. . HART & CO., 350 and 352 State St. We offer to-day a very carefully selected stock of Beef, Lamb and Veal. i Prairie Chickens, Roasting Chickens, Duckklings, Sweetbreeds, Cauliflower, Celery, Native eaciieH, Bartlett Pears, AND ALL THE Earliest and Latest Products The market affords. CALL AT EITHER OF OUR STORES. 49 Elm Street, cor. Church. Delaware Sweet Now Is Your Time. Finest in the land, at ouly 90c peck. Rioe Tomatoes for canuing. 25o basket. Buy before they are higher. Watermelons, Watermelons. 8Sc each ; sweet as sugar. Worlds of Citron Melons. Finest Concord and Catawba Grapes. iui hiinhM VaIIow Had.iim. 15c and fiOc dozen. More Sugar for a dollar than you can get else where. Buy Your Flour Now. We are selling for less than we can buy. It wUl be higher. Lima Beans JSC peck. Nice Evergreen Corn 10c dozen. Our fancy Elain Creamery at H8c pound Is guaranteed to suit the most particular. . . . r" 1 ..-.. . ... . 1 1 . UOOU lauie Duller om in. Fnv full Cream Cheese 10 and"12c lb. Finest Medium Baking Beans 7c qt., s qta. SOo. We are headquarters for Pork, Lard and Hams. You can save money and get the finest goods oy Duying your urocenes oi us. A job lot of good canned Salmon, cans 26c. New Evaporated Apricots Ma lb. D. M.WELCH & SON. 28 and 30 Congress Avenue. Branch 8 Grand Avenue. Is Your Watch or Clock Out of Repair? If so. you cannot do better than go to Durant' and get it repaired. AlTrepairs done on the premises aud guaran teed. , A full line or waicnes, ieweiry anu Buverwvre always on hand. - J. H. G. DURANT, 40 cnurch street. Eyeglasses and Spectacles a specialty. I TITTT1 T1 TTTT TlrTlfl JJJg EELP0TS For People Living at the scasnorc. We claim to manufacture the BEST in the marxet. uau anu examine tnem. All Kinds of Fishing Tackle at Lowest .Prices. W. J. ATWATER k CO., 956-960 Grand Ave., ' New Haven, Conn, DEFY BURGLARY. FIRE FORGERIES, BT HIRING A 8AFE IN THE VAULT OF it Co. Annual rental of safe from FIVE to SIXTY DOLLARS. Absolute Security for Bonds, Stocks, Wills, Bullion, Pla(e, Jewelry, precious Stones, and all evidences of value. Access to vault through the banking room or the MECHANICS BANK. 72 ennren. cor. venter street. Coupon rooms for convenience of patrons. All DergooB mterestea are cordially invitea to inspect the company's premises. Open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. ........ . Thomas R. Trowbridge, President. Olivib 8. Whits, Vice-President, Cha. H. 1'sowmupos, tea, and Treai, VP n BY TELEGRAPH. From All Quarters. SAW SALVADOR'S WAR. Correct Detai Is ot all the Recent Trouble. EIGHT MEN BURIED IN A MINE. Train-Wreckers oh the New York Central. BIRTH OF A NEW POLITICAL PARTY. HaVOC CaUSed "by PlOOdS in Germany. THE CENTRAL AMERICAN WAR. Corrected Reports of tbe Intelligence Which Has Been Disseminated Throughout ' the United States- Why the Troops Flocked to the Standard of General Eaeta Strength or the Respective Armies. - New York, Sept. 5. A' correspondent of the Associated Press writes from the City of Gautemala under date of August 20 to correct the intelligence Which has been disseminated in the American press relating to the trouble between San Salva dor and Gautemala. He says as soon as Ezeta's usurpation became known both Honduras and Guatemala began to mass troops on the Salvador frontier. They ap pealed to Ezeta to let Dr. Ayala, the legal president of Salvador (as he was first vice- president of the republic under Menedez) take charge of the govern ment and have an election. Ezeta had meanwhile placed some 5,000 troops upon the Guatemalan frontier and issued a cir cular to them saying they could sack and burn Guatemala City if they reached it. To his standard had nocked all the lawless and criminal classes of Salvador. Ezeta's brother was placed in command, with orders first to follow up and kill General Horacio Villavicenceo and take his 700 men prisoners, and then to break over the line and advance on Guatemala. He denies the statement that President Barrillas ordered an advance on Salvador on hearing of Ezeta's sitnation and says the orders issued were simply to stop the Salvadoriang if they attempted to invade Guatemala, liizeta alter having defeated Villavicencio sacked the town of Atesca- tempa and killed the residents and then at tacked the Guatemalan forces at Contepeque and Chingo but were defeated and driven out of Guatemala. Soon after they tried to break over the line at Tempesque but were diapered by General Barillas with great slaughter. These were the only engagements between the forces of uuate- mala and -v"dor. The Salvadorians rrore never more than a few' miles -inside the Guatemalan line. The letter 'denies that a revolution had occurred in Guatemala City and-says Pres ident rtarrillag issued no proclamation de claring tne country in a state ot siege. Salvador now has on ner whole frontier some eight thousand men. She has also one thousand in Santa Anna and 1,000 in the capital. It is probable no more could be raised, the country at present being so divided against iLzeta. Guatemala has upon her whole frontier about 35,000 men at different points, and can raise 1U,UUU more if necessary. Hon duras has 12,000 upon her frontier. it Is believed here tnat Mexico naa sent money, men and arms to Salvador to a sist her, while Costa Rica and Nicaragua have swung over to the side of Guatemala. A TRIUMPHAL ENTRY. The Salvadorlam Army's Return to Lt Llbertad The City dally Deco rated. . La LiBKRTAD.Sept. 5. Amid the clangor of church bellB,salvos of artillery and strains of bands the seven thousand men of the Salvadorian army made their triumphal entry into the capital this morning, under the command of General-in-Chief Antonio Ezeta! The whole city was profusely dec orated, and the streets were packed with enthusiastic multitudes, a general holiday Having been proclaimed. The president. General Ezeta and his wife and a number of ladies and gentlemen witnessed the evo lutions of the troops from the balconies of tne municipal palace. The crowds below cheered the presidential party with the greatest enthusiasm. The officers and soldiers of the army will be remunerated and thanked for their service. TUB MAINE CAMPAIGN. Speaker Reed Speaks at Old Orchard, Maine. Old Orchard, Me., Sept. 5. Speaker Reed addressed a large audience at the camp ground this afternoon. He dwelt upon the importance of government by people and the right of the majority to rule. The democracy of the south is the majority who control the democratic party. If that were not so; if the northern democrats control led the party he believed the republicans would occasionally get some help from them in the onward march of progress. He was glad to see any indication of business development in the south for business is a great civilizer. He urged the im portance of the coming election which would nave a great effect upon the repub lican party all over the country, and called noon all to ao to their homes and show that steady devotion to their work that had characterized them in years past. ueneral v. u. Henderson of Iowa, Henry Cabot Lodge and Congressman McKinley also made oner speeones. A Serious Blaze. Phlapkuhia, Sept. 5. Shortly after six o'clock this evening fire broke out in the building extending from Nos. 4 to 18 South 18th street, occupied by the Pyle- Knodler Baking company and H. R. Mul- ford, manufacturing chemist, and before it was extinguished property to the amount ot $165,000 was des troyed. The loss is about half cov ered by insurance. The building in which the fire started was a two-story brick and extended back along a small street to Market street, forming a huge "ell." Mulford's laboratory was on' the second floor of a portion of the building and the flames were first discovered there. An alarm was promptly sent in, but be fore the engines arrived on the scene the whole building was one mass of flames. BURNING OP 8AE.ONICA. Half of One of the Largest Turkish Cities Destroyed. Salonica, Sept. 5. The great fire which broke out here Wednesday night still con tinueB to burn and nearly half the town is already destroyed. Salonica is, after Con stantinople, the most important city in European Turkey, and was rebuilt 815 Tears Detore the Christian era. Tbe fires, which broke out almost simul taneously in four different parts of the town and which destroyed 13,000 houses and most of the public buildings, have been extinguished. - .' une-iourth of the city is in ruins, in the burned districts were the British and Greek consulates, the Greek hospital ana scnoois and the Turjcisn mosque, au of which were destroyed. Twenty thou sand persons are made homeless by the nre. THE FLOODS IN EUROPE. Great Damage In Southern Germany Railroad Traffic Blocked. BEBJJN.Sept. 5. Havoc has been caused by floods in the southern part of Germany. The crops are spoiled, and railway com munication is stopped. The Lake of Con stance 1b higher than it has been since 1770. Navigation is completely stopped. A landslide has blocked the Tamina de file and stopped traffic on the Bagatz Springs railway.' Many persons-bave been held captive for days in Austrtan villages. -The Orient express was stopped in Bavaria. An inundation committee is sitting in Vienna. . Prisdbn. Sept. 5. The rise of the Elbe I river has flooded the .royal palace at Pill nitz and the court has been transferred to I Btniuea, SVCCESSFVE, TRAIN-WRECKERS. Disaster to a New York Central and Hadaon RItcc Ezsireaw-Orer Sixty .Ires Endangered A Reward of $5,000 Offered for the Capture of the Fiend. Albany, Sept. S. Train-wreckers were successful about midnight - last night ill their attempt to derail a passenger train on the Hudson River railroad at a point on VA V -V A. M 21 i i tw a tia ot eight deer, mied with men, women and children unconsci ous of their danger, was hurled from the track while running at full speed by col liding with a pile of iron fish-plates, which had been placed there to accomplish the destruction of the train and the slaughter of the passengers. It was miraculous that the deed was not attended with loss of life. The second coach fared worse than any of the others, turning a complete somer sault and landing in the ditch bottom side up. In this car were the conductor and a porter and Mrs. Atkinson of Tremont, N. x., and her three children. Mrs. Atkin son was at first thought to be seriously in jured, bat it was found that she was more frightened than hurt. ' The third car was thrown dinwtlvanrniui the ditch, at right angles with the track, ning the abyss. There were eight passen gers in the coach, making in all about thirty-one passengers who were so fortu nately saved from instant death. To ac count for the fact that not one life was lost was beyond the power of those who viewed the work of the wreckers. The other five sleepers did not leave the road bed, but were lying obliquely across the north-bound track, while tne fourth car was suspended in the air over the ditch, held in place by its coupling, and the re sistance offered by the weight of the other three cars. Conductor Maurice McAuliffe was .the first to appear out of the first three cars. He thrust his arm through a window and jumping out called to one of the trainmen to take red lantern back and signal an express train which was soon due, and then started for this city. Arrangements were then made to signal the other trains which were due, and the attention of the passengers in the other five cars was then given to the rescue of the passengers in the ditched cars. As soon as heads appeared at the car windows willing hands were at work bestowing help were it was needed. When all the passengers had been taken out it was found that Mrs. Jenkins of Brooklyn was the only one who appeared to be at all in need of medical attendance. She received a severe blow on the head. Mrs. Atkinson was prostrated by the shock, and is in the hospital here suffering from nervous prostration. A number of the passengers were cut and bruised by the shattered car windows in their endeavor to extricate themselves from the wreck. Superintendent Bissell next made an in vestigation as to the cause of the wreck, and he was horrified at the results. He found a rail jammed into the cattle guard. It was wedged with timbers and securely held by fish-plates, the whole arrangement being placed in a slanting position, so as to lift the train clear off the track. Third Vice President "Webb has tele graphed Superintendent Bissell that he has offered a reward of $5,000 for the de tection and conviction of the person or persons who placed the obstructions on the track. WHrrKHAL.1,. N. Y., Sept. 5. Sleeping train No. 27, from New York for Rouse's Point, ran into a freight train at How ard's, near Westport, at 5:30 o'clock this morning. The engineer, Thomas Murray, and the fireman, James Starr, and A. J". Klffen, were killed. No passengers were injured. Uqden. Utah, sept. o. The east bound overland flyer on the Union Pacific rail way which left here this morning was partially derailed thirty miles east. Two coaches and a chair car went Over on their side and down a bank about five feet high. One passenger, a lady,, was seriously but not fatally hurt. The others were badly shaken up. The accidental falling of a brake rod caused the accident. Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 5. It is re ported here that a bad wreck of a freight train occurred last night on tne Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad at Caney.JKan., by the disconnecting of a switch by some unknown person. The engineer and four tramps are reported to have been killed and the fireman scalded fatally Six oars of hogs were killed and eighteen cars of grain burned. Ten Persona Killed. La Rochellb, France, Sept. 5. A dis astrous explosion occurred to-day at the dynamite magazine at the Palliee dock. Ten persons were instantly killed and many others were injured. RECIPROCITY. Canadian Comment on Sherman's Resolution. Toronto, Sept. 5. The Mail, comment ing on Senator Sherman's reciprocity reso lution, aays: "Eleven years ago a national policy was adopted as a means to an end. It was to bring us reciprocity. While it has not yet fulfilled this portion of its mis sion, it has succeeded in doing something. It has produced a clique with a conserva tive organizationopposed to any measure of free trade. Sir John Mac Donald has been a free trader and advocate of reci procity, a moderate protectionist and a re atriotionist. Entertaining no original opinions with regard to tariffs, he is rather a compendium of the views of his followers. Should the absolute restric tionists possess him, then a mission to to Washington under auspices would be a failure, for it stands to reason that no at tempt to come to terms would be made. A sharp turn should be effected without delay if popular confidence in reciprocal negotiations under conservative auspices is desired." Ottawa, Sept. 5. AU the cabinet min isters in town to-day were asked to express an opinion on Senator Sherman's reci procity bill. They were of course reti cent, but displayed no antagonism to the senator s proposal, uu tne contrary tney seemed inclined to regard it with some favor and were of the opinion that if the posal passed the United States senate it would be taken up by the parliament of Canada. A POWERFUL ALLIANCE. Formation ot an Organization for Protection Against Strikes Some of Its members. Pittsburo, . Sept. 5. The Chronicle- Telegraph publishes an article to-day to the effect that a powerful alliance now ex ists among some of the richest corporations in the country, the object of which is pro tection against strikes. The institutions in the alliance employ about sixty thou sand vorkingmen and therefore directly support at least a quarter of a million of people. Among the corporations which are members of the alliance are: The West inghouse interests in this city and else where; the Tale Lock company,Colt Arms company and four of five like extensive factories in New England. The contract agreed to is that in case a strike - occurs to enforce unreasonable demands, whether the strike be against one or all of the asso ciated factories, all work is to cease. The strkers are to be allowed to remain idle until they return to work voluntarily and no factory is to employ any worker w may have left any faotory on a strice Neither is any associated (factory to seek workers during a strace rrom any ot sue associated works. BOIsN AT MIDNIGHT. A New Political Party Ushered Into Existence at tbe Hour When Grave- yards Ttwa. St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 5. A new politic al party was born after midnight last nigat in Central Turner Halle. The na tional reform party for each it has been christened is the outcome of the conven tion assembled during the past thirty-six hoars. After much vehement discussion the platform as a whole was adopted at very late hour. This platform embraces about twenty-four planks. The abolition of national banks, prohibition, govern mental control of railroads, uniform marri age and divorce laws, a protest against the alien ownersmp or lanas, tana reform,ttie regulation of corporations, restriction of pauper luuuigrauou wese were among the' sentiments voiced and agreed to. A national executive committee was ap pointed consisting of W. W. Jones, Chi cago; Mrs. F. E. Willard, president of the W..U. i. u.; Mrs. b. m. v. Emory, Lan sing, Mich. ; Edward Evans, Tonawanda, N. Y.; Hiram Main, Marion, Incl. The convention then adjourned sine die. Reports of very destructive fires still continue - to come from Hungary. The latest dispatches say that Szalnok and sev eral other Hungarian villages have just Dseu uurueu, - , THE PIFTTf -FIRST CONGRESS. Another Iay of TarisT In the Senate A Number of Articles Inserted la the Free List The Seat In the Clay-Breekenrldco Case Declared Vacant. i .. Washington, D. C, Sept. 5. After the reading of the journal of yesterday the tariff bill was taken up and the consid eration of the free list was proceeded with. Mr. Quay moved to insert in the free list wild animals intended for zoological collection for scientific and educational purposes and not for sale or profit. Agreed to. On motion Of Mr. Manderson "art edu cational stops, composed of glass and metal" and invention used in kindergar tens was inserted in the free list. Mr. Hoar moved to insert in paragraph 489 allowing the free importation of books for colleges, educational and religious societies, etc., the words "or by any col lege, academy, school or seminary of learn ing in the United States in its own behalf or in behalf of any of its professors or teachers." Agreed to. Paragraph 509 was amended so as to read: Common blue clay in casks suita ble for the manufacture of crucibles. ' Paragraph 545 putting fish on the free list was laid aside without action in the ab sence of Mr. Sherman who had an in terest in the subject. Mr. Davis moved to Insert Dinding twine in the free list and Mr. Vance moved to amend the amendment by adding cotton bagging. .... Mr. Ouay moved to strike out ot tne free list paragraph 655 "sulphate of quinine and all alkaloids or salts of cin chona bark." The vote was taken on the motion to strike quinine out of the free list and the motion was defeated, yeas 15 nays 88. The committee amendments placing sponges on the free list (paragraph ou) went over without action mi to-morrow. Paragraph 703. putting sugars not above No. 13 on the free list, also went over without action. Paragraph 713, placing tin ore and tin on the free list, was amended on motion of Mr. Aldrich by using the Words "until January 1, 1892, but not thereafter." On motion of air. iiawiey paragrapn lao was amended so as to admit antiquities produced prior to the year 1700 instead of the'seventeenth century. Mr. Aldrich gave notice of a committee amendment in lieu of section 5. It provided that articles of foreign manufac ture such as are usually or ordinarily marked stamped, branded or labelled and all packages containing such or other im ported articles shall be plainly stamped, marked, branded or labelled so as to indi cate the country of their origin and shall not otherwise be admitted to entry. He also gave notice of an amendment impos ing a dntv rafter January 1. 1892.) of 4 cents a pound on black oxide of tin and on bar, block and pig tin. The senate at 6 p. m. adjourned. HOUSE. The Clay ton-Breckenridge case was again taken up, and. Mr. Brekenndge was ac corded the floor to argue in his own be half. After debate on the case had closed Mr. Crisp moved to recommit the case with in- BGrUCUOUB to Hie coiuiuibtev UJI ciwuinu ia report which of the gentlemen received a majority of votes. Lost yeas 8, nays 101. The vote was then taken on the minor ity resolution confirming Breckenridge's right to the seat Lost yeas 8, nays 103. The resolution declaring the seat vacant was agreed to yeas 105, nays 62. BURIED ALIVE. Fate' of Eight Men In the Lake Angelina Mine. Ishpehinq, Mich., Sept. 5. Eight miners were buried in the Lake Angelina mine by a caven-ln on the sixth level this morning. Every effort is being made to rescue them. The men are alive and are communicated with by means of a pipe used to convey compressed air for power drills. TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. The races at Springfield were postponed yesterdoy until to-day on account of a heavy rain. By a vote of 88 to 18 the senate has placed binding twine on the free list. Business failures: United States 167, Canada 36. Gradually Falling;. Mr. John W. Lane was reported last evening to be failing gradually and there appeared to be no hope of his recovery. $100,000 BONDS. The-Will of the LateH.C. Wilcox of MerldenIsaac C. Lewis Elected President of the Britannia Com pany. Meriden, Sept. 5. By the will of the lato Horace C. Wilcox his widow is given the use of the homestead, statuary and paintings during her life, and ,the use of one-third the remainder of the whole es tate. Outside of this, the estate is divided equally between the four children. Mrs. Wilcox also receives absolutely the furni ture. The bonds of the executors of the estate amount to $100,000. The execu tors are Mrs. Ellen M. Wilcox, George H. Wilcox and E. B. Event. At a meeting of the directors of - the Meriden Britannia company held this aft ernoon Isaac C. Lewis was elected presi dent in place of the lato Horace C. Wil cox. COJI.HITTED SUICIDE. The Dead Body of Thomas II an ion Found In Community Lake, Walllngford. W ALX.INQPORD, Sept. a. This morning the clothes found yesterday on the west shore of Community lake, here, were identified as Thomas Hanlon's, who lived at the corner of Ward and Colony streets. Hanlon went home Monday from work ill, and yesterday he left the house about 10 o'clock for the shop. He was last seen about 11 o'clock yesterday morning going across the bridee. Relatives have noticed for tne past two years that he acted strangely at times. He leaves a wife and six children. His body was found this morning about 9 o'clock in the lake near what is known as the point on the west shore. Sheriff Austin pulled it out with the aid of a rake. It is said this morning that Hanlon attempted to take his life before. - For Forgeries. E. R. Hubbard, a young man formerly employed ' in the Consolidated railroad freight office in Meriden, was arrested yes terday for having been detected in small amounts. His wife and child live in mis city. wnab,1. Professor and Mrs. Bonney returned to this city last evening trout their tnp to uanaaa, magara r ails, etc. The report that cards are out for the marriage of Luke Madden and Miss Wini fred Hannisan of Carlisle street is contra dicted by auss Uanmgan. Professor A. M. Loomis returned from Cape May yesterday. . He reports that the season nas been one ot tbe largest and most successful for many years. Mr. Loomis had a nattering call to take classes D. C. but he thinks the Elm Catr is about as good as can be made. No doubt his announcement for classes will be received with pleasure by young and old. The City missions. The City Mission haTL corner of Court and State streets, is open for religious " 1 meetings every evening of the week. This evening, ana also every Saturday evening, a gospel temperance meeting Is conducted by members of the W. C. T. TJ. . Wednes- I day evenings are assigned to meetings led by members of young people's societies in tae ainerem cnurcnes. un Sunday even ings a peupie s service is neia witn song service ana aiter-meenng. To-morrow evening at this meeting, Rev. Mr. Moss man,the missionary pastor, will speak from tne text, - ioru, wnat will tnou nave me to dot" (Acts, :B.) The Sunday school meets every Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. A mother's meeting is held every Wednes day afternoon, and Saturday is Children's day, witn sewing scnool and meeting of the Loyal Temperance Legion in the after noon, and the savings hank open to receive -i . r c, i , ii . aeposiw irum a ta vciocx. Plyinagtli Hock Temperance Sleet. Ing. William lat fJonklin addressed the Ply mouth Bock Temperance meeting last eve ning. Remarks were also made by Mr. Farnham. Notwithstanding the threaten ing wwnuer wowa prsyauaa uen wu good audience present and the meeting was an interesting one. Mr. bypher pre sided. Meetings will be held hereafter by this society on Wednesday nights instead of Jftiday. ' By Fir. The Weed sewing machine factonry i Hartford was damaged $10,000 by fire yes terday. A boy upset a can of benzine, which exploded. '-' Snepaoc. - The superior court at Bridgeport yes terday forbade the proposed issue of $300, 000 worth of Shepaug railroad bonds until further notice from the court. Sunday Semeea. The Union Heetinr of Kin its Daughters will be held this Saturday afternoon in the United Church chapel, p. m. All are urged to DAvsmrom-r Church TWooater Souarel I. C. Meaerve, pastor. Communion. 10:30 a. m. Sun day school at 1 o'clock. General prayer meet ing 7 p. m-, conducted by Y. P. S. C. E. A. H. E. Zioh Church Rev. E. George Biddle, pastor. Preaching at 10:30 am. and 7:30 p. m. by Presiding Elder Rev. K. P. Green. S p. m., communion and receptlpn of members. Comoa Street Chi'Rc-u Dirine services with a sermon by tbe pastor the Rev. William W. Mc Lane, D. D.,to-morrow at 10:90 a. m. Sunday school at 12 m- Young people's meeting at 0:90 p. m. First Cohokxojltioxal CHracH Tair Haven) The pastor, Rav. J. Lee Mitchell, will preach at 10:80 a. m. on "The Political Execution of Jesus." Communion service at 4 p..m. Y. P. 8. C E. at 6:15 p. m. Eaht Pcari. Street Church The nastor. K. n. Nesterand family return from their vacation Friday p. m. m time for the general class in even ins. Sunday: Holy communion at 10:90. Prearch- tog at 7:45. Humph rit Street Church (Near Orangey Rev. Frank R. Luc key, pastor. Communion at 10:30 a. m. Preaching at 7:90 p. m. by Rev. Charles Mcintosh. Sunday school at 2. Y. P. B.C E. at 0 p. m. Dwioht Puce Chcrch. Rev. Dr, Twitchell, Dastor. Short sermon. Recentkm of members and the sacraments at 10:90 a. m. Sunday school 12 m. Young people's meetingG:SO p. m. Service of song 7:90 p. m. St. Johx Street M. E- Church. Rev. W. F. Markwick, paster. 10:90 brief sermon and sacra ment. 12:15 Sabbath school. S:I5 Y. P. S. C E. prayer meeting. 7:80 ninth lecture in Pilgrim's Progress series, subject Tbe Valley of Humilia tion. First Presbyterian Chcrcb fElm street. between Orange and Statf) Sunday services 10:80 a m. and 7:89 p. m. Sunday school and pastor's Bible class 12 o'clock. Prayer meeting Tuesday evening 7:80. Rev. F.AM. Brown, D.Ti., pastor. TJkited Phtbcb fOn the Green, corner Elm and Temple streets) Rev. T. T. MunRer.'D. D., pastor. Morning service at 10:80. Preaching by the pastor. Sacrament of Lord's supper. Sunday school at IS: 10. Y. P. S.- C E. at 6:15. All are welcome. Trikut Methodist Episcopal Church (Dwiglit Place corner George street) Rev. S: Mc Cbesney, D. D., pai,tor. Morning Sacrament of the Lord's supper and reception ot new members. Sunday school meets at 12 noon. Evening sub ject: "Youth or the Morning of Life." dun M. E. Chtrch fold Georcv street: cor ner of Portsea street and Howard avenue) Rev. James Ooote, pastor. Communion, baptism and reception oi mem ners atiu:wa.m. At :oup. m. preaching by the pastor. Sunday school at qooh. Meeting of Y. P.S.C.E. at 6:15. AU are welcome. First Baptist Chcrch fWooster Place) Rev. John H. Mason, pastor, will preach at 10:90. Sunday school and oung Men's Bible class at noon. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:90. At 7:90 Professor Burton and Professor Brown of Newton Theolog ical seminary will speak. All seats free. Stran gers cordially invited. First Methodist Episcopal Chtrch RevJIel- villeB. Chapman, D. D., pastor. 10:80 a.m., Rev. Dr. L. T. Armstrong of Nashua. N. H. , will preach morning and evening. 12 m., Sunday school. 6:90 d. m.. Christian Endeavor. Dr. Chapman is expected before another Sunday. l ou are conuauy innrau. Calvary Baptist Church (Corner York and Chapel street) Services for Sunday (to-morrow) Rev. Ernest D. Burton and Rev. Professor Brown of Newton Centre. Mass.. will Jointly nave oharge of the a. m. service at 10:30. Sunday 1 . X' , i? t . e.ir D. I... I Hart of Colorado City, Colo., will preach in tbe evening. Political. Woodbrtdge. The renuhlicans of Woodbricure are reouested to meet at the basement of tbe Congregational church in said town on Monday evening, Septem ber 8, 1890, at 7:80 o'clock, to choose a town com- mmee ana aetegnies to we several couvenuooa. By order of Town Committee. XisccXUtnc0US. aZ IS SCROFULA It is that impurity in the blood, which, ac cumulating In the glands ot the neck, pro duces unsightly lumps or swellings; which causes painful running sores on the arms, legs, or feet; which developes ulcers In the eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness; which Is the origin of pimples, can cerous growths, or the many other manifest -tions uauilly ascribed to "humors;" which, fastening upon the lungs, causes consumption and death. Being the most ancient, lt la the most general of all diseases or affections, for very few persona are entirely free from 1L How Can CURED It Be By taking Hood's SarsaparUla, which, by the remarkable cures It has accomplished. often when other medicines have failed, has proven Itself to be a potent and peculiar medicine for this disease. Some of these cures are really wonderful. If you suffer from scrofula, be sure to try Hood's Sarsaparllla. My daughter Mary was afflicted with scrof ulous sore neck (rum tlie Umo she was 22 monthi old till she became six years of age. Lumps formed In ber neck, and one ot them after growing to the size ot a pigeon's egg, became a running soro for over Uiree years, we gave her Hood's Sarsaparllla, when the lump and all Indications ot scrofula entirely dis appeared, and now she seems to be a healthy child." J. S.CABULB,h'aurlht,N. J- K.B. Be sure to get only food's Sarsaparllla BoHbraUdrnigrbta. (l;slxforS5. Fraparadonrr T CL liOOO a CO.. Apothecaries. Lowell. Vmn, iOO Doses One Dollar A BAD BREAK. There is Bound to be Trouble after this break. Mrs. Jones win now apply tor a aivorce. She Insisted that her husband should go to PECK & PARKER'S for their furniture. Jones insisted on going to a cheap John up the street, and the accompanying picture shows the result. We do not handle this quality or furniture. Our goods are made by the best manufactur- in tbe country and our prices are the lowest. We make our friends bv square business deal ings and keep them te same way. ONCE A PATRON, ALWAYS A PATRON I " AT PECK & PARKER'S. Our line of eleeant FoWinir Beds is reeeivuur a great deal of attention and praise of late on ac count of the beaut if ul designs, marvelous finishes and moderate prices on the same. Tney are worthy of your attention in case yon are in need of anything in this line. CASH OR CREDIT. I n 1 t T K UlV Oil I dl A.C1 . Complete House Furnishers, 755 to 763 Chapel Street An Economical. Deli rtlAiieanrl Onlb-ltf D ra. pared Dessert can be made from' STREET'S Perfection Pudding .Preparation.- P Only 10c per Package. At Grocers. Obc Cemt a Ward earn laartlB five , war for fall. :We -(even tiRa.) "--v--"-"' - -WASTED, mru -a m uwl tv in the State. I ir,te ascot to represent the i Mutual Reserve Fund Life TAssociatlon of New Vort- Addreaa wv . or w oi .. . -."-. Box MOO, New Haven. Iltt WASTED, -REST 'P iES - rrrK r4,aiw4 niwv. soltt var a XTED. AN active lady agent to worttta New Haven and surrounding towns; good wages to tbe rightperaon. Addrnrn w flUmoac WANTED, AYOOTOmaaaboutlOor 18 years of age to work in a grocery store and run on a wag on Addren, in ow. bandwrtUng. WANTED. , O mjATTONS ; we nave the finest girls for aU wru-k thai, it is Doasible to secureaod guarantee ..traction. mIS' " WANTED, fiMtiMiMui. rkienoe to care for during th winutr bv AroencM widow lady and dy and Office. sSltt Address 1 P.. Oonrier WANTED, m AN active, booest man-Salary 10 BMOtbly if suitable, with OPPOrtuDilirs for advance. gtj SttMO tl LAMZ. gfUM. IJCM, i'tw vjn sa. WANTED, A BOYto learn toe drug oiisuiess ; a 80 11 WANTED, ASTTCATTON by an American I watchman; has had xpertence; Is tho rouKhlv reiiaUe. Inquire ot se 8 10 St tAYI8. 8 Cottage street. WANTED, EXPERIENCED straight stltchnn. MAYER, STROrsE CO- 0 Court .WANTED. FIRST-CLASS coon. r bent releroocr rron sS tf H. P. HOADLEY, uired. Boom x. Cnurca at. WANTED, "I ERMAN. Swede or cote-red girl for genvral I -w- housework, family of four, at VJ nousewora. "muv (itioKtj STREET. WASTED, . TTCKBSEM competent rirla f or hest fajni- 1 i lies Ibis month. HR&. BABB, 4 S Elm street. WANTED, "VA f"B8. BABB baa good families for air wormy JXA. girts. MM ELM STREET. WANTED, . 900 cood renin, from $10 to 3S a nmnth. for good paving tenants : tnem is no nrea of vourrenustnnduwkllewbea yon can sS ist Ko. lot Orange street. WANTED, FLVK Croquet and fine Self -Acting Rubber Shoe makers. Demi hesutAle to gi your notvw and mim to CVilobester. We pay f-i o St. cento, as advertised elsewhere. Plenty of work; good boarding places. JiL n AI.K8MES RUrv and eipensra i3 place : special inducements bow. auS8ats4H Rot-hewer. K. Y. Uisccllaiico!ts Misses and Children's DRESSMAKING. ra . au98 mt 113 GREENWICH AVENUE. A Lady Would Like T)L.AIN oewing at home or would ro oat br -a. the day. M rtt 55 QROWS STRE3T. fOR SALE, Traught horse, strong, sound, kind. ssrtt Aoaress BOX 1406, City. FlrstClass Accountant AND correspoodtut desires situation ; ben reference; would leave town. Address S3 , l DVJA J,., vcm. I , m - NOTICE. I BEG to inform the public in general tnat from this dav on I will have tbe renting of Oermania Hall for balls, receptions, etc. S5 Stt THEO. KNIPP1NO. T8 WoanternU J. W. STEWART, - SUCCESSOR to RedcUfte, will reopen Thnrs day, September 4th, at 1 Temple aareet. Catering n specialty. Sole manulacturcr oc Philadelphia ice cream. vct Wall PaiGTMMPaw. E. R. Jeffcott, Broadway Paper Store, "If TILL be pleased to wait on and attend to his customers, and will endeavor to make it an object to any and all who may wish to patron ise him, both in price and in quality of work. E. R. JEFFCOTT. N. B. Having bought tbe stock of ALLEN DREW At CO., I will sell those now at very low prices to make room far New Fall Goods. E. K. Telephone aST-o. JEFFCOTT. auM Freckles, Tan, i EFFECTUALLY REMOVED. V1VIK. t.BlPPKRPHWOBLDRE- I KOWXEDRtrKBLElrHKOTOSLV HKnOV KS TH K AHOV lu BI T HKXa DKHSiTIIK SKIX PHOOP AG.IIKNT UN AND i A TH lH,KtKN WHILE 'ME. HXTPERTaara: There would be no tanned or freckled laces at Ine nnasnora if every one would use my vrortd -renowned FACE BLEACH." FACE BLEACH not onlv leiMwe tan. nan- tmrn. freckkn, and. in fact, all dacotoraiionsor biemisnea of tne complexion, but actually pre vents any of time even at toe namhoie in Inn nottesi raya or ine sun. inquire among your friends whose faces are free from UwnFaggrn valing bremianea, and ask tnem what tnev are using. In every case the reply will be XMKa RL'l'PERTo world-renowned FACE BLEACH, which is the only artirle manufactured that will dothia. FACE BLEACtl. as well as the process of clearing the skin by this method, is entirely original with MME. KUPrERT. Beware of all imitations. 8ee that vou re the evauiae in Ua orhrinal bottle. Tbe impfncedenied success of MME. RUPFEBT has caused nnscrupulous inu- Wfors 10 qinn up nil over. HME. RUPl'ERTn FACE BLEACH hi not a cosmetic, as K does not snow on tne face, but is a uiorougn tonic ror tne Mtln, nmoving blem isbea enureiy from the akin. Call or send stamp for reply and full partiro lara. One bottle of FACE BLEACH $2, or three bMUesCusuauy required to dear Um-eomplex- Sent to anv nddresa in TJnlterf fiutea as mtwiul affibAME A.ntUPPERT, csstpiciMB speriniiBt. TK Chapel suwet, lel9eod Xew Haven. Conn. HUNDREDS SEASHORE, OOUKTRT An MOCXTAIXB TO OTT HOKE3 as EXPTT I.ARDKRS. Tbe QUALITY, ASSORTMENT A PRICES OrOCB OOODS AEE SCCW AS TO TOFT PRUDENT axd EXaCSIXa HOUSEKEEPERS. EDW. E. HALL SON, (ESTAnUSBXD 1842.) gntcrtalumcwts. Proctor's New Harea Onen Ronsr - x hsF?.? Saturday I Farewell Appearance of CHARLES L DAVIS. who will appear for i will appear for the Last Time on anr ry Stage In the funniest of all plays. -QlX. VJJT JOSLOX. Thepiay that has made miihons laugh. Dont fail to see tbe old favorite for tne last time, iss laughs in IMP minutes. St CERCLE ST. LOUIS." President sTlle A. T. de Mela. Prof. (Balti more. Vice President M'lle A- Roland Pnrler. Prat Kew Haven.) Musical and Dramatic Entertainment At the ATUESKUM. K KID AT KVn. bept. la. at 8 o'clock. Admisaion zc. itaerrea warn auc . Tickem Tor sale loomis- lempieoi nuau, Henry H. Peck, Charles PaUman, namnel Kirby, a, n. rarryi oa voaim mtvmm