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Vol. LI X. Saturday, November 14, 1891 Ladles' Gape Ulsters. Ladies' Imported Coats. Real Down Comforters. California Blankets. Individual Dress Patterns. Celebrated Black Hosiery. TEMPORARY STORE. 910 CHAPEL BUTTER. We have just received a lot of BO packages of Chautauqua and Delaware County, N. V., Butter, all made in the month of Octo ber fine Quality and contain about 58 pounds each. Also 25 packages containing ISO and 28 pounds each we will guarantee it to keep sound till Spring if kept in a cool place. Price a trifle higher than last year. Farmington Creamery and Bed Hook Butter, pound cakes and In 5 lb boxes. New Edam, new Boqnefort, Neufchatel, Pineapple, Old En glish Dairy. 50 boxes of full Cream Cheese just received from York State ; made purposely for us. JOHNSON & BROTHER, 411 and 413 State street, corner ot Court. Telephone No. 75. BYZANTINE RUGS, The name Byzantine was first applied to uyzantme jumplre about A. 1). BUU. Its leading forms are the Bound Aroh, the Dome, the Pillar, the Circle and the Cross. The Mosque of St. Sophia, Constantinople, and the church of St. Harks, Venioe, are prominent examples of Byzantine Architecture. One of the most progressive American manufacturers of carpet fabrics has happily combined many of the beautiful forms peculiar to the Byzantine era in the production of a new kind of Hags, which are properly called the "Byzantine." The purity of the designs, and absence of offensive colorings, will commend them to all persons of rood taste. Associated with straw mattings in the furnishing of a chamber, library or dining oom, the effect is charming beyond that of any combination heretofore presented. We now have in stock a fine variety of styles, in sizes from the small mat up the largest carpet squares, together with a large and elegant line of Turkish and Oriental jttugs. CARPET AKEKOOMS, H. B. PERRY, 914 CHAPEL STREET. DELIBERATE ITI GAUTION, But act with decision. Determine carefully to use Self - Raising Buckwheat, AND THEN USE NO OTHER. PURE SPICES. CHOICE CINNAMON, ALLSPICE, GINGER, MACE, NUTMEGS, WHITE PEPPER, BLACK PEPPER. The above spices vre have whole or ground., anteIlg,TCt'M,'4!CO'1'iI'orA1'm guarantee them, to he the best quality, strictly pure, whole mixed spices. HAVE JUST RECEIVED Mil Parses' Sue Deatl to . "It la the onlv thincr made that can be nfallible." Stafford Dining Booms. "The best thing I ever used." Half Dime Restaurant. "Tf la aiiYtnl-tr IrniYinnaA " TTnllv Tree TCefltanrant. "I would give five dollars a box for it, could I not get it for lees." Mr. O. S. Fair banks, 43 Wallace street. These sroods are sold "with and 50 cents, at the BOSTON GROCERY, N. A. FULLERTON, Prop. 926 Chapel Street, cor Temple Thanksgiving Will SoonBeHere. Don't make your Mince Meat and Pumpkin Pies until you have purchased a fresh supply of our Pure Spices. We buy the finest Spices imported and hare them ground specially for our trade and warrant them smelly pure. We make a specialty of the finest grades of Teas, ttnndwinTea and (toffee YALE NATIONAL W.F. K 65 CHURCH STREET, OP. P.O. , 19 to H. F. BL0GG & BR0 (Successor to George D. Lamb,) 699 Chapel Street. Parlor Furniture, Bedding, Bedroom Furniture, Refrigerators, . Carpets, Oilcloths, Stoves, and General Housekeeping Goods Character is Credit. Goods Sold on Weekly (6Payments. ,r Rtnre ooea 7 a. m. to p. m. Saturday and Monday eveainea to 0 o. n IV""" IRf0Rln.TI0N1fl.NnD. THE GREAT CRT IS : Where Is Benham's Shoe Store? YOU WILL FIND IT NO; 69 broadwayI We have a large assortment ot goods in our line of business, and we defy competition as re gards quality WBrice. : - v f-' Remember the number, Oome and tee us at TIB - JBdot aMJ SlioB Depot f 89lBROAtWAY. Boots il lis. STREET. OPPOSITE THE GREEN- Choice New Figs. New Raisins, Citron, Currants. Salted' Jordan Almonds. La Price Olive Oil in imperial qts, pts and half pts; 88c,,-50c ana sue ; we are agenjqs ior its sale here. - , i H Cooking Brandy and Cooking wines. TEA and COFFEE. We make a specialty of Tea and Coffee buy them direct from the importers pay the strictest at tention to the drawing qualities of both. Our motto is: Quality, quality, quality, and we have a large stock on hand with which to offer proof. Oolongs, Sou chongs, Black and Light Colored Japans, Gunpowder, etc a style of architecture developed in the A LARGE INVOICE OF Water Bis ai tacto. relied upon under all cironmstances. It is a guarantee. Price 25c , Coffees and Spices imported. Store. 344 Slate Street, BANK BUILDING. GILBERT, 89 MM imn. SIW BOCK LEDGE HOTEL, ROCK LEDGE, FLA. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT AND NEWLY IMPROVED. - " - Terms 2.60 to 3.00 ter dav. 4gBP Special rates for the month of Decem fiKIfcSl her. - la Northern help exclusively employed at mis popular notei. . Location and Siittoondings Delightful. FINE CUISTNSj,. For terms, etc., address W. H. RogersTffaiiager, n4tf- Bock Ledge, Fla. CATERING For "Weddings. Receptions and. private x-anies. Complete fomlahlngs for the table and flrBt-class service. OFFICE 798 CHAPEL STREET, four doors below urange. O. A. BR nlSw BRADLEY, Caterer. MOSELEY'S New Haven House. Fronting tbe City ttreen ana opposite tne TTnlverallv Cunma Has just added a during room convenient f narties of from ten to fifty persons. The Only Hotel tm the Ctty With a Pi engt - Uevmtor. ' a. 8. NOMaXT, Proortotov. BXtsceXlauetms. Rare Oil Pain tines.- STORICAL picinre ef ' the Revolution. Marion's Invitation to British Officers. jiwi! rfentura of M ft ior Andre. 25x30. Upwards one hundred years old. 1 winter scene by lata Ueorge n. jjurne. X iwo were pivparvy ui uus Furnished Booms - For rant. lArsra and oleasant: steam heat. gas, hot and cold water, with good table Booms and Board. - fsa Four fnrniBhed rooms, all conveniences, jjj with or- without table board ; attractive It suite, with private bath room. nl2 7t4 984 CHAPEL STREET. L,age Boom, ' With alcove, fronting Wooster Square also table boarders accommodated. sJ7 tf MRS. ROBERTS, 568 Chapel at. Barn for Bent. Inauire at 1888 CHAPEL STREET. o7tf FOB BENT, Two modern houses. Inquire 868 HOWARD AVENUE. nl814tt For Bent in Insurance Building. Large room suitaoie ior ciud or -omce purposes. Inquire at office of F. M. BROWN CO. - Elevator service from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. n8tf FOB BENT, A building three (Si stories and base ment, centrally located, well lighted, suit able for any manufacturing business. Apply to S. B. OVIATT, mhSOtf 87 Church street. FOB SALE, The elegant brown stone house 1143 Chapel street, containing all modern improvements- Enquire of - H. P. HOADLEY. slS tf 2 Hoadley Building. Suburban Fruit Farm. TTIOR SALE 1 On the beautiful Lake Whitney, Mi twenty minutes easy drive from Tale uni versity and city hall. Income-large with small outlay. J - Address, my4tf BOX 1406, New Haven, Conn. FOR SALE EOTS On Lawrence street. Cottage street, Livingston avenue, T? i Ti". Canner street, Terms easy Now is the time to buy these lots. CHARLES H. WEBB, n6 860 Chapel Street. HOUSES AND BUILDING LOTS For sale in all parts of the city. Money loaned. JOHN 0. PUNDERFORD, (Open evenings.) 116 Church street. Farm Wanted, WITH stock and tools, in exchange for a nearly new two-family house with modern conveniences well located and near horse cars in this city. Would like a grass farm suit able for raising stock, colts, etc. For full particulars, permit to see house, etc., please call on or address George A. Isbell, for rent 787 Chapel street. k First-class rent of six rooms on Cottage street. JOHN. T. SLOAN, Boom 7, 828 Chapel street. Open evenings. o2C Bargain Hunters, Notice ! 11l?:8l,andBotli for $1,000, ON POETSEA STREET. A rare chance for GARDENERS. POULTRY RAISERS or LIVERYMEN. Call or address EDWARD M. CLARK, slly 121 CHURCH 8TREET. Room 18. For Sale or Exchange. Two 214-story gothic cottages; fine loca tion, good order; both rented to reliable .tenants; pay 15 per cent; on investment; price, $3,000 each, worth 83,750; mortgage to suit; a rare chance; owner preparing to go abroad. Address WARREN D. JUDSON, 708 Chapel St., Mew naven, uonn., Or ABRAAM LENT SMITH, 199 Uates avenue, ureoxiyn. oat vt; For Sale or Exchange. k A good house for a home or for investment. L Would sell on easy terms or exchange for a lot or small farm. R. E. BALDWIN, d&w 818 Chapel street. WEST HAVEN REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE House and lot, J4,000. t House ana lot, si.suu. Lot, 50x150, 500. Lot. 52x150, J200. TO RENT House, 5 rooms, $10. Halt or house, 4 rooms, 58. JOHN V. GILL, Real Estate West Haven, I and Conn, f Insurance. o21 Uinman'8 Real Estate and Eire In surance Agency. Money to loan at 5 per cent, interest. Houses and lots in all parts of the city. Ttaautifnl home in Madison Center. Building lots from $5 to $100 per foot. Rents and collections a specialty. Choice 6)4 per ct. securities, debenture nonas. Real Estate auctioneer. L. II. HINMAN, auS9 ss Church Street. Boom 1. A Few Hundred Dollars Will Se cure a Grooa uome. ONE-FAMILY HOUSE, 200 Atwatei t street. House and barn, 29 Auburn street. Two-family house. No. 11 Clay street. Two-family house, 460 Orchard street. All to be sold low if sold within ten days. Also for rent, arst Boor, 78 wooisey street: nrst noor, iv new- A. ITI. HOIiIBBSi HUUBJS HUVMS, W XTJCTK f OHTTJtCIH RTRfcET. lore M Inratnts, l Onfi fain v house in soutnern pan 01 foittr tt fiftiV nlon nnft fin Ai.rTtirA.1 RtrWfit for liULftl .'200: hath rent to nav eood interest. We have someeood builainelots near Oranee street ror tfo per root, omers on wnaney ave nue, wincnester avenue ana uoiumous avenue. Money to loan on goop reai estate security. Vrv dpsir.Vil rants on Cottace street. Geortre. 1 Frank, Darcett and Asylum, also on Alden and jjLxweu avenues. L. F. COMSTUCIL & JU. 82 Church Street, Boom 8. Office open evenings. JOHN C. BRADLEY, Real Estate and Insurance - Broker. For Sale Cheap TWO PIECES of WHARF PROPERTY, fifty feet front each. St DESIRABLE DWELLING HOUSE. 11 ij rooms, all conveniences, on EAST PEARL OL STREET, near Grand avenue; price $3,suu. VERY VALUABLE PROPERTY on TEMPLE STREET, between Chapel ana crown streers also on ELM STREET, between Orange and State. Money to loan at 5 per cent. Bents. Bargains in Real Estate. & cenirauy locarea onc& uuuno, moii. rooms, all modern improvements, steam , heat, nice neighborhood, horse cars I the door: on easy terms. Two family house near RR. shops, 8 rooms, easy terms, 3,50. x lamny nouse, iu rooms, Asyium wjw. 2 " " 12 " Sylvan av., $4,700. 9 " iK " Prince St.. 45.S00. 2 " " 11 " Howara av., o,uw. Nice lota on Linden, Cedar and Stevens streets, Sylvan ave., State sty $80 to J50 per foot. IJOlugY9 o iwma, ncsii iia ii, buui, uuwwa from shore, horse cars pass the door, $1,250. (Several snore cottages to renL. Money to loan. Rents collected promptly. Horace f. uoacuey, 49 Church St., Boom 2, Hoadley Building. bv1B Onn AVAninsm. New Dried Fruits. Malaga Raisins, Cleaned Currants. Prunelloes, HEW NUTS. English Walnuts, French Chestnuts. POTATOES, n.hntae Native Rose and N. Y. State. Genuine Boat Codfish, a few only XXXX New 3!" ' -- . COOPEB & NIOHOrfs, ' 014 . sii state street. R. ALLEN AND WIFE, FLORISTS, 34 Church St. CROCKERY. Tiecorated Dinner Sets. 118 pieces, for 7.S7. Decorated China Dinner Sets, 118 pieces, for Decorated Tea Seta, E6 pieces, for S3.25 and j $5.25. HavDand's French China Tea Sets, 66 pieces, for $10.00. , Toilet sets, iu pieces, yz.w, az-vs, s ana S4.ro. LAMPS. Vevr the libr&rr. $2.25: hall, ftl.75: narlor fdeoo I rated), $1.50 ; piano, $7 and up ; banquet, $2.50 and up ; fairy night lamps, 35c ; kitchen Cdeoo- rateaj, ouc ; bbuu laiupa. sue. . STATUARY. Group and Bingle pieces lust the thing for weauing presenis. II ALL & GUERNSEY, 6 CHURCH STREET. Fair Haven Branch. aSSptr . MSQBANDAVXNUZ. MINIATURE ALMANAC. NOVEMBER 14. Sim Risks, Huh Sets, 6:891 4:34 1 Hook Sara, 4:86 . I Hibh Witts I -j.-- teas MARRIAGES. COBURN ROCKWELL In Middletown, Conn., Thursday, Nov. 12, by the Rev. A. W. Hazen, - pastor ot the First Congregational Church, El mer B. Coburn of Pittsford, Vt., to Martie Coates Rockwell of New Haven, Conn. t HOTCHKISS KIMBERLY In this city, Thurs day, November 1, by the Rev. Edwin 8. Lines, Leonard F. Hotchktss of Bed land a, California, and Miss May C. Kimberly, daughter of Mr. E. S. Kimberly of this city. . DEATHS. SCOTT In this city, Nov. 18, James Scott, aged 64 years. - - Notice of funeral hereafter St , FOOTE In this c ty on the 13 inst, Fermelia A., widow of Beers Foote, aged 87 years. Funeral services will be held at the residence of John C. Hawley, No. SO Gill street, on Sunday afternoon at 8 o'clock. Friends of the family are invited to attend. The remains will be taken to Brookfleld, Conn., for interment. FLINT In this city, Wednesday, Nov. 11, Vera, only child of Adelbert W. and Jennie A. Flint, aged 1 year, 6 months, 16 day a Funeral Saturday, Nov. 14, at 2:30 p.m. Friends and relatives invited to attend without further notice. ... FITZGERALD In this city, Nov. 12, James Fiti- gerald, aged S2 years, 11 iuuuuis, ui no Laoerty street. Notice of funeral hereafter. t MARIJTE liIST. POET OF NEW HAVEN. ABMVSD. i Sch L. A. Plummer, Howes. Balto, coal to RR. Sch R. L. Tay, Hibhard, N. Y. for Calais. Sch Fred Walton, Rich, N. Y. for . ft. b Himri s Wallinefo'-d. Hiebv. Norfolk, lum ber to the J. Gibb Smith & Co. - , OXXAaED. 8ch Maggie S. Hart. Keine, Havana. Sch John L Treat, McClure, Phils. A iMt f'VF good second-hand stoves for sale. 1 Fr eman's Auction Room, nl4 2t 416 STATE STREET. Auction To-Night AT Freeman's auction rooms, 446 State street, J "of oil paintings, pastel pictures and arto- types; also goods of alt descriptions. o!4 It Shavings. PLANING mill shavings given away by the cord at STOW'S PLANING MILL, 014 lw ail v;napei atreec liOST. THURSDAY evening at Hyperion theater or on way home, opera glasses. Reward for return to nU It 60 GREENE STREET. FOB SALE, Two small upright pianos slightly used. Three elegant square pianos as good as new at a bargain. SOCIH & GEARY, ni47t 10a urange street. Mr. Georere Eucene Easrer, GRADUATE of the Royal Conservatory of " Music. Leinsic now located in New York, will devote Saturday in each week to & class at New Haven. For references see circulars at M. Steinert & Sons. Address all communications to Steinway Hall, East 14th St., New York. o!4 Bt GAS AND OIL STOVES FOR HEATING. Can show you the best made, in a variety of sizes Call ana see them In operation at 360 State Street. Stilus Gralpiri, ANEW LOT OF Oil Paintings and Pastel Pictures Of elegant design and finish, at FREEMAN'S AUCTION ROOM, n!4 8p 446 State street. REGISTRARS' NOTICE. THE Assistant Regis' rars of the several voting districts of th town of New Haven, will be in session on Wednesday, tbe 18th day, and Fri day, the 2'3th day of November, l9l from 11 a. m i until O p. in. lur t,uts uuriiuso ki aiccvi auu correcting the registry list of voters. Places of meeting are as follows: First District E. L. Jones1 cigar store. 98 Church street. Second District riuxnb s joiner snon, vt uajc street. Third District rrencn s coa oince. v ueorge street. Fourth District Plumb's cigar store, 279 West Water street. Fifth District Kesidecce A. . tsneii, iu water street. Sixth Ward Klenke's barber shop, 4H St. jonn street. n Seventh ward Store oi u n.uieves, sao urand avenue. Eighth Ward Bchreck's barber shop, 854 State street. Ninth Ward J. T. Benhanvs leed store, 7 Broadway. Tenth ward u. v. ftODerc a snoe store, i iLim Eleventh Ward E. A. Johnson's grocery store 86 Ferry sreet. Tweiita wara core o. xo-? uraiiu vodij. Thirteenth Ward Office of Diamond Match company, westi'ie. Fourteenth Ward C. W. Hemingay's shoe store, 31 E. Grand avenue. Fifteenth Ward J. N. Bowe s store, our uor- E. F. MERRILL. JOHN P. CARNEY, Town Registrars. THE SEASON FOR OPERAS Is now well in and to thoroughly enjoy a play you should have a good Pair of Opera Glasses. DURANT THE JEWELER, Has a full line of these goods In Black Pearl Aluminum, at lowet of low prices. Agent of LeMarie and other celebrated makers J.H. G. DUKANT, 40 Church Street. The Newest Singing-School Book. THE VICTORY OF SONG. BY L. 0. EMERSON. Just Issued ! Entirely New ! BUU LlDDv UlOiBO WVO. . UUO"4 singing schools. Mr. Emerson's long experience and rare judgment have enabled him to insert many valuable suggestions as to the proper use of the voice, especially as regards articulation An ri nrnnnii Nation of worrlit. For bee-inn era. ru dimentary exercises and lessons in note reading are xurnisnea. a surjero ana vanea collection GLEES, PART SONGS, CHORUSES, rTVMWTTNir.fl. A KTRTT.MS P.H ANTfl. SOLOS, ROUNDS, MALE QUARTETS, Invaluable for Singing Schools and Musical Con ventions. Price 60c postpaid. $6 per dozen not prepaid. LYON & HEALY, CHlt60 Oliver Ditson Company, Boston. n!4 SaWe&w TOO GOOD TO LOSE. Professor W. A. Granville's dally exercise In RAPID CALCULATIONS AT THE HOGARTH BUSINESS UNIVERSITY. Just what every boy and sru-1 must have to achieve ordinary business success. Other spe- tA riAllv ToAlurAtt nr. ; isusine88 uorresponaenceDy rroiewur luuuim Rapid BusineFs Writing by Professor Bostwick Hieh 8 need Dictation in the Shorthand De partment. Rational Methods and Talented Specialists make the HOliiKl tt a strong scnooi. A. P. THOHIES, A. M., President, Turkey Talk. We have been selling for the past year and a half the best RANGE in New Haven and we propose this week to prove its su perior baking qualities by giving every purchaser of a RANGE a nio fat TURKEY FREE OF CHARGE. ' - Our prices are tha lowest and our Ranges the best. Do you want onel Weekly payments aeeepted when desired. A full line of HEATING STOVES, as well as the best assortment of FURNITURE and CARPETS in the oity. BROWN & DURHAM, " OOMFLETK HOUSE TUBNIBHKB8 - Orange and Center Streets- GA8H OB GBJSDTT. .-' OPIS KVEMINOF HEVS BY TELEGRAPH. From -All Quarters. FOREIGN NEWS BUDGET. The Governor of Rio Grande do Sul Deposed. ; FREIGHT BLOCKADE IN THE WEST. M r. Harrison'sThanlcsgiving Proclamation. ANOTHER CONSPIRACY IN RUSSIA. Collision of Steam Vessels at Sea. - FOBEIGK MEWSi Enslbili Textile Operatives In m Oon . edition of Semi-Starvation Enrella J..bl Xi unt on Brltlen V'eel Plat- foriei Drafted by tlie Conservative AesoriatioDH. Copyrighted by tbe Associated Press) London, Not. 18. Startling evidence baa been laid before the labor commission in regard to the condition of the operatives in the textile trades itf Lancashire and Yorkshire. The' workers' wages range from 16 shillings weekly npward. The mannf aclurora hold the workers responsi ble for spoiled material. A single fine sometimes absorbs hole a wweek's pay and any excess e over wages is carried forward until the whole fine is worked off. Many workmen live in semi-starvation, bound hand and foot by the accruing of il legal fines. Truck abuses, supposed to have been suppressed, are still in active existence, and the factory acts are openly defied. Factory inspectors deposed that spies were sent to watch for their coming in order to prevent them from getting compromising information. The British admiralty is much excited over the growing record of defects in great guns on English warships. Five vessels have already been officially declared to be carrying unreliable guns. Generally the heaviest weapons are becoming distrusted, and the admiralty has ordered that a num ber of them be taken to the ordnanoe works to be strengthened. Meanwhile the 75-ton guns of the French fleet are acting perfectly. The executive committee of conservative associations have drafted a platform to be adopted at the great party caucus, which opens in Birmingham November 23, as the final program of the party for the coming elections. The platform endorses the in tention of the ministers to extend local government and promote technical educa tion in Ireland, and declares that the inequalities arising from according Ireland a disproportionate representation in parlia ment ought to be redressed. It favors the extension of the franchise to women who are land owners or house occupants or the creation of a labor department under a member of the cabinet, to be termed the labor minister, and legislation to enable local authorities to acquire land to facili tate of small rural holdings. Ttie plat form approves the principle of labor rep resentation ana urges conservatives to sup port labor candidates everywhere who seek to enter public life upon no party lines. This plank, contrasting with the liberal pronouncement against labor candidates, in purely labor interests, is contrived to encourage a split in tne radical workmen s vote. The platform requests the government to increase the number of appointments of workmen as factory inspectors and to appoint women inspectors. The "one-man-one-vote" principle is denounced, while it is- declared that the ballot act must be amended to exclude illiterate vot ers. A resolution proposed by Howard Vincent, M. P., an eager, advocate of im perial federation, who baa inst returned from America fall of wrath against the McKinley law, favors a preferential tariff throughout the British empire, the adop tion of which will not commit the party leaders. The conservative bribes to the labor vote will energize the Oladstonian move ment to establish a "labor candidate fund." It is reported that Andrew Carnegie offers to give a large sum as a nucleus for the proposed fund. Four Burned to Death. Coltjmbus, O., Nov. 13. Early this morning a row of cheap frame bnildings on North High street were burned. This evening the firemen fonnd fonr bodies in the ruins. An entire family perished in the flames. The bodies found are those of a boy of two, a girl of four, a girl of six and the father or mother. The head of the family is said to be Charles Bathers, a laborer. COE.I.1SION OF S I ISA MICKS. One of tne Vessels Sunk All tbe Pas sengrers Rescued. Charlottetown, P. E. I., Nov. 13. At about 7 o'clock last night, while the steamer Neatherbell was returning from Orwell, she collided with the steamer Fastnet, out ward bound, and the former sunk about half an hour after the collision. The Neatherbell had some twenty passengers, and all got aboard the Fastnet. The Fast net took the wreck in tow for abont fifteen minutes, bat had to let go as it was sink ing rapidly. While returning from (Jhar- lottetown to land the passengers of the Netherbell, the Fastnet ran aground near the month of the harbor. A tug was sent from tne oity to take os tne passengers, and arrived safely in port at 2 o'clock this morning. The fog was the thickest for years. The Neatherbell is a total wreck. She had considerable freight on board and nothing was saved. There was no Insur ance. The vessel was built in 1885 for the Island Steam Navigation company and was a wooden boat of 202 tons gross registration. She did packet service be tween this city and Orwell, Crapaad and Mount Stewart. The Fastnet got off thia morning with the assistance of a tng and a schooner, and is now on her way to Halifax, apparently uninjured. - CONSPIRACY IN RUSSIA. Discovery of a Scheme to Create Representative Assembly. - London, Nov. 13. A St. Petersburg dispatch states that a short time ago the police discovered that a jSonspiracy was under way there. They found the con spirators in St. Petersburg were only a part of a very numerous band, the head quarters of which was in Moscow. They learned also that the conspirators had been very aotive in securing adherents and that the conspiracy naa ramincauons which spread to all the principal cities of the emnire. The object of the conspiracy was the or ganization of a movement having for its end the; creation of a representative as sembly an obiect which has been the dream.of many Russians for years. Sixty members of the nobility and of the upper and middle classes who; are charged with complicity in the conspiracy have been ar rested. The discovery of the plot and the arrest of so many subjects has caused a sensation in Russia. FBEIGHT BLOCKADE, Western Shippers Suffering Por the , Want of more Cars. Chicago, Nov. 13. For the first time this season -a serious blockade of freight between Chicago and the Mississippi seems imminent. This is not so much due to surplus of business as to. delayed grain in spection. The Burlington is suffering from a blockade In its Chicago yards that has forced the freight department to atop ship ments from all points until further orders. Shippers out west are beginning to suffer for waSt of ears. - KakbasCrt. Mo.. November 13. The car shortage is increasing. ' The" Missouri Pacific was short six hundred ears to-day. Respite its withdrawal from the New Or leans business. The road has decided to refuse all shipments from connections un less the billing is recived before or at the time the ear is delivered so it can be sent i out immediately. The Memphis road is to in bad shape and has been unable to receive ; freight from other roads for the past week ox mora. PBOCItiniTION the President' of the United t i . State. ' WASBraaToir, Nov., 13. The following wai issued this afternoon i - It is a very glad incident of the marvellous prosperity which has crowned the year now drawing to a close that its helpful and reassuring touch has been felt by all our people. It baa been as wide as our country and so speeial that every home has felt its comforting influence. It is too great to be the work of man's power and too particular to be the device of his mind. To God, the beneficent and the all-wise, who makes the labors of men to be fruitful, redeems their losses by his grace, and the measure ot whose giving is as much beyond the thoughts of man as It is beyond his deserts the praise and gratitude of the people of this favored nation are Justly due. Now, therefore, I, Benjamin. Harrison, presi dent of the United States or America, do hereby appoint Thursday, the 26th day of November present, to be a day of Joyful thanksgiving to Qod for the preservation of those institutions of civil and religious liberty, which he gave our fathers the wisdom to devise and establish, and us the oourage to preserve. Among the appro priate observances of the day are rest from toll, worship in the public congregation, the renewal of family ties about our American firesides and thoughtful helpfulness towards those who suffer lack of the body of the spirit. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my . nana ana caused the seal of the United ) States to be affixed. Done at the citv L. s. Vof Washington this 13th day of Novem- j per, in tne year or our ijora, lBui, ana of the independence of the United States the 116th. Benjamin Harbison. By the President, rfunn mame, eecretary- ox state. THE BARHaBT KIVBDCU CASE. Witnesses n Their War to Denver The Trial to., Begin Week Prom TuesdayTestimony Taken In Prov idence. Providence, Not. 13. District Attor ney Stevens, of Denver, and Mr. J. H. Con rad, son-in-law of Mrs. Josephine A.- Bar naby, for the murder of whom Dr. T. Thatcher Graves will be tried in Denver on the 24th inst., left this oity to-night for New York, having occupied two days in the examination of witnesses from Connec ticut and this state to appear for the pros ecution. Superintendent Cornish of the Boston Pinkerton agency has been in con sultation with them, and as the resnlt of their investigation it Is said the govern ment will introduce forty witnesses. Con siderable additional testimony has been obtained from Danielsonville and neigh boring towns in Connecticut which, it is claimed, reflects seriously upon Dr. Graves' reputation while residing there, based upon allegations of malpractice. District Attorney Stevens says that the trial will probably occupy four weeks and that Judge A. J. Rising, one of the oldest and most prominent jurists in the west, will preside over the trial. The counsel for the government will inolnde District Attorney Stevens, Judge Belford and Thomas Ward, jr., chief assistant in the district attorney's department, while Dr. Graves has retained the law firm of Wells, Macon & Fnrman. Colonel Daniel R. Ballon of this city, who will be assisted by the defendant's counsel, has sharply criti cised the course of the district attorney, in giving his personal attention to the pro curement of evidence, in a newspaper in this city and has reflected severely upon the character and methods of the Colorado people. Messrs. Stevens and Conrad prononnce the statement as a breach of professional ethics and promise sen sational developments in the trial, pointing to collusion between Colonel Bal lon as attorney recommended by Dr. Graves and the other as agent and physician rec ommended by Colonel Ballon in obtaining possession of Mrs. Barnaby's property. They claim that Colonel Ballon may well feel m honor bonnd to go to Denver to de fend one with whom he was so intimately associated in transactions which can ill bear the light of a judicial investigation. Fires on the Coal Docks. DtTLUTH, Nov. 13. The fires on the coal docks, which have already done $100,000 damage, took a fresh start this morning. The docks of the Northwestern Fuel com pany caught fire and are blazing under neath the coal. l,aborers are saving what coal they can. Several piles of coal have Bunk, as tne dock beneatn was bnrdened, and other large piles are a mass of red fire. Two hundred men with engines are fight ing this hre. The loss cannot be less than $15,000. THE OHIO SBNATOBSHIP. The Re-election of John Sherman Apparently Assured. Cleveland, Nov. 13. Notwithstand ing rnmors to the contrary, there is good evidence here that Senator Sherman will have a large majority of the republican caucus in the Ohio legislature for senator and be re-elected without serious opposi- sion. The bluster of his enemies cannot conceal the fact that the drift since elec tion has been all his way. Many members of the legislature who were rated as Fora ker men are declaring unequivocally for snerman. The Leader has undertaken to set direct expressions of opinion from all the repub lican members elect, and prints the sec ond instalment of replies this morning, Thus far 46 of the 91 members have re plied, and the poll stands: Sherman 24, Foraker 2, McKinley 1, non-committal 19. Of the last, at least one-third are for Sherman, but will express no preference yet. A shrewd and conservative political ob server gives it as his opinion this morn ing that Foraker will not go before the caucus in opposition to Sherman, and that, if he should, he will not receive half as many votes as will be cast for Sherman. MEXICAN BORDER TROUBLES Resnlar Troops Reported to Have Met and Routed Garza's Band. New Orlbans, Nov. 13. The Timea- Demoorat's Laredo (Tex.) dispatch svb: "Great activity has been noticed in mili tary circles on both sides of the river for two days past. No definite news could then be gathered as to the cause, but now it is known that Catarino Garza, the revo lutionist, crossed into Mexico a few days ago and, entering a small hamlet near Guerrero with a few men, made a revolu tionary speech, gathered a few more fol lowers and left the town. Troops at once pursued him, the cavalry from Nuevo La redo leaving day berore yesterday for the scene, and yesterday afternoon the United States cavalry from Laredo nnder Captain Hardee went down the river. A telegram was received by Colonel Corron, oommauder of the Mexican troops in Nuevo Laredo, to the effect that at 5 o'clock Wednesday the Mexioan regulars met Garza and his followers at Laguna Negra, some fifteen miles from Guerrero, routed them and were still in pursuit of the remnants of the band. ' The capture of the agitator is looked for by the busi ness men here, and it he is caught he will be summarily dealt with." APPAIRS IN BRAZIL.. The Governor of Rio Grande do SnI Deposed. Rio Janeiro, Nov. 13. An official tele gram received to-day from Porto Alegre says that Senor Castilho, the governor of Bio Grande do Sul, has been deposed from office and that a provisional government is administering the affairs of that , province. Senor Castilho has alwajB remained loyal to Fbiffeeca and a few days ago the dictator despatched a number of boats and trans- orts filled with troops to his assistance, w a mraiinw. Knv 1 3 'TV,,, wtninn the Brazilian minister received dispatch from his government requesting him to notify the Brazilian minister to Mexico of his transfer to Uruguay. No mention was made of any trouble in the provinces and the minister is convinced that the condition of affairs cannot be serious. He is in constant communication with the minister of foreign affairs who, he says, would certainly inform him .at once of any important change in the republic. BIiBTEIf SILLEO IN A MINE. Fatal Explosion of Fi re-Damp In Germany. Berlin, Nov. 13. A despatch from Es sen, one of the towns in the great coal-pro ducing districts of Germany, reports a fa tal accident in one of .the . coal pits near that place. A number of miners were at work when there was a terrific explosion of fire-damp, wnen tne toul air in tne mine had been exhausted an-investigation was made, ana it was round that eleven of the miners had been killed and two others had been injured. "Couldn't Keen Hahm Wltholitlt-M is what a New York lady writes about Eucrao Biucon, me luDow suver pousn. "it is vastly superior to all other articles, snd should be used hTflmrhounttaMlMrtiithAluul " Tril nnon. tfty postpaid lot the asrlng. 7b Joha streeC'sw TH ANKSGIVING AN IMPORTANT DECISION. A City Enjoined Fran Plxlnsr the Price of an Article of tlo'n. Coasumpa Cleveland, Nov. 13. An important decision affeoting the authority of cities to oontrol and regulate corporations enjoy ing street franchises was rendered by Judge Jackson in the United States court to-day. Some time ago the city council passed an ordinance reducing the price of gas from $1 to 60c a thousand. The Gas company went into the United States court and asked for relief in equity, claiming that the pro posed reduction meant virtual con fiscation of their proDertv. which was contrary to the clause of the federal consti tution preventing the taking uf property without due process of law. The oity de murred on the ground that the federal court had no jurisdiction. Judge Jackson to-day overruled the demurrer and granted an injunction against the city. He held that the city had no right to fix the price of an article of which it was a consumer, and that the action of the council would impair the validity of a contract made with the gas company in 1846. Fire In a Children's Hospital. St. Louis, Nov. 13. Fire started in the St. Louis Children's hospital at 6 o'clock this morning. There were forty-two chil dren in the building, who were rescued. A girl just recovering from an operation on the eyes will probably lose her sight on account or smoke, and a boy Buffering from consumption was so injured bv the cause that he will hardly recover. No one else was hurt. The damage to the build ing is slight. ' ' Returns all In. Boston, Not. 13. At 5 p. m. to-day the time expired in which returns were made of the votes cast in the recent election for all officers, except representatiea. Every town and city in the commonwealth had been heard from, which is considered a remarkable record. The representative vote must be in the secretary's office by the 18th. The governor's council will commence to connt the vote next Wednes day. TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. It is announced that the protocol of a treaty of commerce between Germany and Italy has been signed. William Somerset, colored. Has hanged at Marlon, S. C, yesterday for the murder of Ed. U. Foree. Alexander Crambers, colored, was hanged at Fayette, Miss., yesterday for the murder of Rob ert Henry on July IS last. New York city is threatened with a water fam ine. It is calculated that the visible supply in me uroLon reservoir win last oniy eleven aays. Tbe business failures in tbe United States this past week number 968, against 300 this week last year. The total January 1 to date is 10,388, against 8,702 last year. Two Indictments have been found against Gen eral Julio Campo. the South American, who, it is alleged, robbed the dead body of Mrs.Tratteur in New York a few days ago. The Chicago anarchists arrested on Thursday night were arraigned in the police court yester day, charged with being drunr, disorderly con duct ana carrying concealed weapons. The British ship Sarah, belonging to Yarmouth, N. S., bound from Manilla for Port Townsend, is ashore at Carmannh and is a total loss. Two of the crew were drowned. The others are safe at the lighthouse. Inspector General Dumont, of the steamboat inspection service, in his annual report says that fortv-four Dilots were reiected during the vear on account of color blindness, out of a total of l.vui exatmnea. The Columbian commission of Vermont, ap pointed under an act of the last legislature, met yesterday for organization. Tbe commission consist of tbe governor, two commissioners and two laay managers. The peace congress at Rome has adopted reso lutions in favor of partial military disarmament, the creation of an international tribunal of ar bitration and the establishment at Berne of a permanent international peace bureau. The receipts at the customs house at Iqulque, one of the largest of tbe nitrate ports of Chill, during October amounted to $2,027,000. The greater portion of this amount was paid as ex port duties on the nitrate shipped from that port. A fishing lugger was caught in tbe furious gales which have been prevailing in the English channel and was driven ashore at the village of uerca-sur-Mere, near Boulogne, ana was seen battered to pieces. Her crew of sixteen men were drowned. Board of Finance. At a meeting of this board last evening Commissioner Andrews and Superintend ent Tread well Smith were present in be half of the appropriation asked for by the police commissioners. When the estimates of tha board of pub lic works came up for consideration Com missioner States said that the estimates had not been acted upon by the full board but had been prepared by the clerk, and that he would recommend that the matter be deferred until later. On motion of Al derman Cunningham the matter went over for the present and the board went into executive session. ANOTHER ASPIRANT. Politics In the Sixth and Twelfth. John Cronan is announced as a candidate for aldermanio honors in the Sixth. Can didates are cropping out every day and lively time is expected. Harry Leigh, it is rumored, will also take a hand in the contest as a candidate. Politics are red hot in the Twelfth. The Heenau faction will have another arlly to morrow night. Friends of W. A. Beers, who has served two terms as councilman, are urging him to run tor the?epublican aldermanio nom ination in the First. The Flace to Buy Hardware. Weed & Clark's finely equipped hard ware store on Church street, opposite the postoffioe, is one of the best places in the city to purchase hardware of every de scription at the very lowest prices. The firm have fully secured the confidence of the pnblio and are in consequence enjoy ing the large trade which their careful at tention to the wants of their customers merits. A special feature at nresentlis large stock of first class bicyoles which they offer at very low prices. Reltgflona Servlsss. Advxkt Christian Cur-urn (Beers street.) G. M. Teeple, pastor. Preaching at 11:46 a. m. and 2:80 p. m. Social meeting- at 7:30 p. m. Seats free, and all welcome. Dwiomr Pucs Church. Preaching by the Rev. Georere P. Fisher. D. D.. of Yale university at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m Sunday school, U m. koung people s meeting s:au p.m. Tatwrrr Methodist Episcopal Chtt&ch rDwijrht Place, oorner Qeorsre street) Preach ing- at 10:90 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. by the pastor, iley. A. u. v au, u.u. eunoay scnooi at noon. Orubox or mi Rkdekmkh (Corner Wall and Orang-e street h) Preaching by the pastor. Rev. lir. rniuips. at iv:au a. m. ana v:au p. ro. sun- day school at 12 m. Y. P. S. C E. at 6:90 p. m. Ooixaoa Stbskt Omjaim Divine services with sermon by the pastor, the Rev. William W. McLane, D. D., to-morrow at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 12 m. Young people's meeting at 4:30 p. m. GaAxs Atxwux ConoRSOATioitAL Churoi. Tbe pastor. Rev. J. Lee Mitchell, will preach at iu:oo: "ueiormeo, rransiormea, Kerormea, in formed. Conformed." 7:30: ' Why We Preach Christ So Much." 8:15: Y. P. 8. C. E. Davskpobt Chttuch (Wooster Square). Rev. C. Mcserve. pastor. Moraiae sermon at 10:80. Sunday school at noon. Y. P. 8. C. E. 6:30 p. m. First of the "people's services" at 7:30. Subject: "Charles Wesley and His Hymns." Come. Gracs H. E. Chtoch (Old Geonre street!. comer of Howard avenue and Portsea street. Rev. James Ooote. patorJ0:30 and 7:30 preach ing by Rev. Joseph Baird 99 New York. Sunday school at noon. Y. P. S. C E. at 6:15. All are cordially invited. Htjaviaiax Srascr Cohobxoatiokaz. Chttsom (Humphrey street hear Orange street) Frank R. Luckey, pastor. Public worship at 10:80 snd 7:80, preaching by the pastor st- both services. Sunday school at 2. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:15. Seats free. Everybody welcome. United Church. Dr. T. T. Hunsrer. naator. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. At 7:30 p. m. Dr Mun- r will lecture on ilia ljonaon council in its lations to Theoloirv." Public cordiallv invited. Sunday school at 12:16 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. holds ' its meeting in chapel at 6:15 p. m. Oalvabt Baptist Church (Comer York and Chapel streets) Services for Sunday (to-morrow) The pastor. Rev. Edwin M. Poteat, will preach morning and evening, 10:80 and 7:30. Sunday school at noon. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:15 p. m. Every body invited to all services. Come and bring your friends. tf First Methodist Epssoopax. Oborow Rav. Melville B. Chapman, D. IX, pastor. 10:30 a. m.. preaching by Kev. R. J. Judd of Wisconsin. IS m., Sunday schooL 6:30 p. m.. Christian En deavor. 7:30 p. m., the pastor will preach. Sub ject: "The Eclipse of tbe SouL" You are cor dially invited. Fibst Baptist Church (Wooster Place Y Rav. John H. Mason, pastor, will preach st 10:80 and 7:80. Sunday school and young men's Bible class at nooR. Y. P.8.C.E. at 6:30. Subject of evening sermon, "The Building of a World;" No. S, "The Firmament." AU seats free. Strangers snd yoang men specially invited. Cjsusus op rax Mssstav (First TJnlversal Ist), Orange street, sbovs Elm. Rev. L. H. Squires pastor. Sunday school at IS o'clock. Preaching at 10:30 a.m- snd 7:30 p.m. Subjects: Morning: "The Valley of Dry Bones in New Haven." Evening: "Why I Believe is the Prot estant Beligtoa." Everybody cordially invited. Ietlt of Jmaaes Scott- James Scott of 61 Garden street died Very suddenly yesterday afternoon of heart trouble. He leaves a wife, son and daugh ter to mourn tbe loss of a devoted and lov ing husband and father. His bob had been for several years with him; the firm being James Scott ct bkm. Toe deoea had been in falling health tat soma rears, bnt his death was sudden and unexpected. It will be remembered that the denes sod at one time spent a year in jail on the cham of embezzlement from Wilson Wadding- ham. Many of his friends, however, re mained steadfast in their faith and confi dence in him. He was seized with a hemorrhage yesterday and his physician, Dr. Barnett of West Haven, attended him. Later in the day he had another hemor rhage, of whioh he died. He was born in England and came to Canada when a young man, where he carried on for years tbe business of a builder, and In later years he was in business in r-"Mis He came here in 1880. IS YOUR WIFE WELL? The women of America Are the largest Consumers of S. S. S. It never fails to restore Broken down health, When caused "by impoverished blood Or the cares of The household. Over ten thousand Of the best -women Of the country Testify to this. Don't fail to send for our book on blood Mailed free. Swot Sracmo Co., Atlanta., Oa, It's A Remarkable Thing To see a mm who on every little pleasure trip uc ustj wtc nroKs w w3 me nna WILD BUD, iwi iau- it. in uv s-uiru id nis anseaoe. Bat Some People Are Built That War. -We're not ; all we want is to benefit the people w iius wu uy KtuaK mem Household Furnishings At as small a profit as we can consistently with business rules. We are making a special run on Couches and bounces at the present time, and have some very desirable styles st very low pri- in, uiu variety paouira 10 pieue every uoay. On our first noor can now be round a verv large line of Fancy Center Tables of all sizes and prices. A very pretty display and worthy your ucmion u in searcn ot one. Crockery Dep't, Special Prices, Fine Decorated Vase Lamps, duplex burners, 91.00. Laree Decorated Toilet Pets J 21. Handsome Hall Lamias, colored elobes. 1 .98L Manning, Bowman Co. "8 Celebrated Perfec tion Granite and Pearl Agate Ware, and a line line of Japanese ware aDd t-ancy Decorated wracKergara ana i;aocotaie rots. PECK & PARKER'S, 7G5 to 763 Chapel Street. S16 and 818 Grand avenue. Open EvenlnKS. 1 ne nignest nonors nave 'Medals SS Bay State Guitar;. XAtnOaLXK-SudBAWJOS: UM Wm. B. Tllton St HAvnea Kxtv l.lor Guitarm. send ror ctlopue ror all Haunl itistrujDen J.C. II AT am A CUk, atavism. Mi D. M. WELCH & SON Offer: SO Boxes New Valencia Raisins. 8c lb. .000 lbs New Muscatel Raisins, flc lb. a pounils. 1,000 lbs New Znnte Curiam. 4 lbs for SSc. 100 boxes New Imported Macaroni. 10c pkg. 100 baskets Catawtwtirapes ISc Market. 60 boxes line Lemons, only lie dox. POULTRY. POULTRY. 1.000 pounds Full Dressed Chickens, 16c lb. 1 ne iineai native tueacnea celery, SO boxes Pure Comb Honey. 13c lb. The finest Native Rleaobed Celery, lie bunch. POTATOES. POTATOES?. 1,000 bushels in stock, S5c bu in 5 bu lots. ORANGES. ORANGES. 100 boxes Florid as, ISc. 30c, 9oc dox. nest sweet rotatoes, ISc pk. 70c bu Small Sweet Potatoes. 1.1c pk. 50c bu. S00 bu finest Yellow onions. bu, Sc pk. 10J bu finest White French Turnioa. SOc bu. 600 bu finest Yellow Globe Turnips, Site bu. SUGAR. SUGAR. SS lbs Standard Granulated for $ 1. 25 lbs White Ex C for $1. 4-lb pkg Qolddust Washing Towder, SOc BUTTER. CHEESE. A fine Table Butter SOc lb. A splendid Table Butter. 38c lb. The finest Full Cream Cheese, 14c. A good fun cream cheese, 10c lb. D. M. WELCH & SON, 28 and SO Congress Avenue. Branch 8 Grand Avenue. Here's 777? Pomr GENTLEMEN, This is positively a saving of $1.05 per pair on The Myers & Uerz Shoe Co.'scelebrated $i.00 French Calf Shoes. We have 20 cases of these celebrated $5.00 Shoes for $39 Oa All fresh and nice. Somebody has made a big: sacrifice to get oat of the Shoe business and into a more lucrative occupation. Come at once before the sizes are broken. A. B. GREENWOOD, 773 Chapel Street. XttXVSXOVLS. RAYMOND'S VACATION EXCURSIONS. All Traveling Expenses Included. A WINTER CALIFORNIA. -p.rtia will iMn Boston, via Chicago and San ta Fe, December 10 and January 14. for Paaeade na, Los Angeles. San Diego, Santa Barbara, Riv erside, and other Southern California points. Each trip K ill oe maoe in s opeciai i ram ut ar nincent Vestibuled Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars, with Dining Cars. A similar party, with tbs asms accommoda tions, iesves for t he same points January 12, via New Orleans snd El Paso. The tickets cover every expense of travel both ways, and give the passengers entire freedom while on tbs PacifiSc coaat. They entitle the holders to visit Los Angeles, The Raymond, at East Paasadena, Redlanda, Riverside, San Diego, Redondo Beach, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Santa Cruz, Monterey, Ssa Jose, Mount Hamil ton. San Rafael, and other places of interest la California. Tbs return tickets msy be osed on sny Regnlsr Train until July, lew, or with anyone ef Nine Returning Parties nsder Special Escort, with a Choice of Four Different Routss. Hotel Coupons supplied for long or short so ioums at tb principal Pacific Coast Resorts. Dates of other California Exeunsoas : Feb. t, 11. and 23, and March 10. Three Excursions to Mexico : Jan. It, Feb. S snd a. ' Send for descriptive book, nosirnatlng; whether one relatinc to California or Mazico tours ts desired. B1VJI05D at WHTTCARB. BUM xv Weaiuii Btisst, Boa Aawl One Coat a Tsral sweat lnssrtlsn csnta a warn for a fall . week. ssvsn UaH,) WANTEfl. OJSTETENT Ctrl for s.cod work. ArTv nl4 tj) SSTHVXBULL STREET. WASTED. O rrTJATTOW by s competent airl for n housework or second work. 'BEET?'! preseni day or t situation, no. rua bi Monday. nUfc; WASTED, ArTCRSEtotakscharreofa crtlld S years Md. Call at No. a&z CHAPEX STBEET bs- waiiMllam. ni 11; WASTED. T Y a thoroughly maumfai woman. JL tb day or week. ODOkiag. deaamc. etc Inquire st B14 M BE CH STREET. WANTED. A GXRXAlt or Swedish nrl for c work; small family. Oil after t oVInck mast 30 1.1 STKUKT. WANTED. GOOD asrraata ; familfe be find best help obtainable. MR&BABR nii 41 Elm street. WANTED. SERVANTS; best arc all supplied bm. EMPLOY M 1- VT AGENCY. ail 7tx 775 Chapel WANTED. TJOSmOS bv comprteat lady book krrpnr. J. tt Address S. U. Went Hawi.iV i 10. WASTED. GDtLS to work on foot pnwn ; steady war! sS tf MAYEB, STEOUSK k CO. JJXtsccllatLcous DR. W. H. MINOR, DENTIST, 818 Chapel Street, Graduate of the uniwuy of KewYocc All operattaas earefolly sad skilfully ver. Hours s s m. to 9 p. m- ay tyr FOR SALE. FRANCO MA Ranee; secord-haad No. water back and coupunir. Good coodi Uon; cheap. Inquire at THIS OFFICE. Pet Cat Lost. T LACK bob-tail cat, with collar. A reward of $2.00 sill be paid for Its return to nlO tf Qiiipnlfiiac strwt. FOR SALE, A I.AROR, nrst quality French plats pier X 1 glass, suitable for a tailoring or dress making establish meat or private bouse ; will be sold cheap. Inquire at apl 4 tt THTB OFFICE. EliCitfSMCo.; State and Court Streets, New Haven, Conn., V. S. A., Make to SPECIAL MEASURE, and carry in stock for immediate ue, SHIRTS For Business Wear, for Outing:, Xegligee, for TraTeling, for Dress Occasions, MOST THOROUGHLY HADE. We shall have CXLACNDERED SHIRTS at $1.50 each. Good BUSINESS SHIRTS 1J0. JI.7S, ja.00 each. For PRESS OCCASIONS st $2 SO, $3.00, 3.30, $1 00, and up to 1 7 JO each. FUNNEL SKIRTS UNO PAJAMAS FOR STEAMER or RAILWAY TRAVELING. Long Flannel Night Shirts and Englii-h Cheviots Made to Special Order. SELF MEASUREMENTS sent on application and all orders will receive MOST CAREFUL ATTENTION. ELM CITY SHIRT CO., State and Court Streets, NEW HAVEN, CONS., U.S.A osettawsm NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. First or tub Srasor raoa Aio. Nxv Gram. EDW. E. HALL SOX. 'gutcrlaimncnts. Monday Evening, Nov. 1G. Engagement of MISS GALE, 6upportd by Mr. CRESTON CLARKE And an excellent company. Including the prin prii LET cipal members of tbe lato H'.tOTH and BARRETT organization, of which MiaM.aJc as k4iDr Udjr ror a nnmtrrr or tuon9 under tne manaffMneQt of Mr. THEODORE BUOMLaEY, in Oscar Wilde's dramatic trag-edj, THE DUCHESS OF PADUA. MISS GALE AS THE DUCHESS. Pricen- $1 00. n, SO, C5c Sale of seats opens Friday, Nov. 18. all St HYPERION THEATER. SATURDAY EVENING, SOV. 14, tl. Major J. B. POND has the honor to announce tbe appearance in New Haven of tbe eminent English Poet and editor of tbe London Daily Tel egraph. - - SIR EDTVIN ARNOLD, K. C I. B., C. 8. I., Author or "The Light of Asia." Tbe Light of tbs World." "Indian Song of Songs,"' "Indian Idyls," etc. Sir Ed w, la's Eatrrtalament Will consist of readings from his po- ma, Inrlod !" "The Light of Asia," "The Lirht nt the World." "Sa di la tbs Garden." "Indian Stories snd Ballads," "Jananess Poema." etc Reserved seats 75c and si. uenerai aomtsnoa SOc Seats on sale Thursday morning at tbe box office. nlO St Hyperion, Tuesday xvven ao. l?. THE WONDERFUL Austrian Juvenile Bard, Mavkltifr an American tour by permtasion ot Kmperor Francis Joseph. 40 Kusical Prodigies, Conducted by Herr LAMBERT 8TE1NER. late of Sudt Thea ter, Hamburg. Soloist : Miss MARIE GLOVER. Soprano. Prices, 25c to Si. 00. balecom mences Saturday. nig St One Week Gommene'g Monday, wot. tun. The Favorite - - - - The Famous NIGHT OWLS. Beauty Show and Imperial Jap anese xronpe fjonuoinea. Grand Double Show. Hondav. Toeedav. Wednwdsy. Nov. is. 17. IS. Howard Atheneum Specialty Co. . Proctor's New Haven Opera House. Friday and Saturday, November is and 14, BaturdaT Matinee. LOUIS A LI) RICH, first time in nine Tears. Tbe rep reeerj tali to A merican actor tn a grand ra- iTau ol um9 reprewumTB AJnartean piar, MY PARTNER. The play that made tbs author's reputation aad nis lonum in a nignt. Louis Aldrich aa JOE SAUNDERS, his original part. all 4t BELL'S CHURCH ST. DIME MUSEUM. For tha Week BeclataiBar If av. 9, World's Great Object Spmaera. -.- -.. TbsFowlera. Tile Assise, tha Great Lady Magician. Tha Besattrul Illusion the Galatea Mystery. Prof- Adams, Boos Soloist and Musics! Artist, Miss Lara Msy. tbe Great Mind Reader. Prof. Lee's Old Time London Punch snd Judy. Large CoUsctisa of Birds and Animate. Largest Dea of Snares la the United States. n9 Bt NEW HAYEN POLO BIE ' CHAMPIONSHIP GAME. Monday EreniDg, Hoy. 16, Hartford ys. JStw IlaTen. assMfot sais at Joasa'sacac suits, to btuirch sc. I6133MI i.V"