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Saturday, January 16, 1892. mm Reduced Prices the Order. CLOAKS, CAPES and TJXSTEBS at great reduction. Yon will be surprised at the Say ing in price from former prices. FANCY WRAPPER BLANKETS reduced to them. SILK COMFORTABLES reduoed from $6.75 sensation. COLORED EMBROIDERED SKIRTING FLANNELS at 98o a yard. The regular $1.25 quality. KNIT SKIRTS all reduced to Cost Prices to All Domestic Goods, Cottons Etc., at Very j Bottom Prices, t 908-910 CHAPEL STREET. la grippe Is to be dreaded, and we offer , preaoriped for it than anything else,: Very Of Crow Jhlikyf some more than-11 IB 1IIBUW. -C Old French Brand v. -ni-ivat stock, inst the Jamaica Bum, St. Croix Rum, Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Bock and Bye, made from choicest Bye Whisky. Verr old and choice Sherrv. Madeira and Fort Wine. Sauternes and Burgundy. An extra mud Snanish Sherrv for S4 ner rallon. llumm, Boderer, Perrier Jouet, Heidsieok, Western-, Pleasant -Valley Domestic, Chartreuse, Benedlotine, Vermouth, ADsintne, Harischino, Corraooa and de Menthe. Bass Ale bottled by Bead, Mc Mullen, and by Foster & Son. Hoff's Malt. Guinness' Dublin Stout, bottled by E. & J. Burke. MEBOTSCHANER LAGER ! ' ' The best Lager Beer made in this country; Canada malt. It is pure, and is suitable when Chase Celebrated Bottled Cider nearly equal 411 and 413 State street, corner of Court. Telephone No. 875. I Mi lo Cnt Mil trie tvarn "hnsiness is not King's." A woman Self -Raising Had better break TOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT That we are selling the finest Oolong, Japan, Gunpowder andEn glish Breakfast Teas ever sold In this city, at 35c lb, A lbs $1.00. We are headquarters for the finest grades of Teas and Coffees Imported. Goodwin's Tea and Coffee Store, 344 Slate Street, TlT.H NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. lj Not Emine Our Stoct OF HOLIDAY PRESENTS THIS WEEK Before the big rush, and make your selections from one of the largest stocks ever shown in any similar store before ? Many novelties in Furniture, all en tirely new and never before brought out. Our White and G-old and Platinum and Gold goods in Tables and Chairs will interest you. Music Cabinets, Standing Cabinets, Easels, Writing Desks, Wall Cabinets, Shaving Stands, Cheffoniers, Wood Baskets, Work Baskets, Hampers, etc. 120 different styles of Fan rtir T?ftlrers. all new. all varietv of coverings. For w . - , , something extra nice see what a beauty we can sell 1 you for $4.37; nara to matcn eisewnere ior jpo.ou. While you are sear cnmgiorunristmas presents aon i forget to call on us, we can oner you many suggeswous, H. B. ARMSTRONG & CO., FOFTJLAB OUTFITTKES, 8997 Orange Street. . W. F. K 65 CHURCH STREET, OP. P.O. A 79 to IlXiscelUuicoits. Personal. JJICYCLI8T8! Have you seen the Columbia J Pneumatic t Send for catalogue and note e remarkable guarantee. Cheaply made ma chines are generally expensive,while reliable and uaranteed Oolumbias are cheapest in the end. Think it over. NEW HAVEN CYCLE CO. ja7t 616 State street. H. F. BL0GG&BR0., (Successor to George 1. Lamb,) 699 Chapel Street. eartor Furniture, Badding, Bedroom Furniture, Refrigerators, Carpets, Oilcloths, Stoves, and General Housekeeping Goods Character is Credit. Goods Sold on Weekly Payments. Store opea 7 a. m. to p. m. Saturday nad.T ftveninn tolnm. lyu lyl48o This is a ' That's Sera to Go Through Eighteen Hundred and Ninety-Two. Give your feet a show they'll have to carry .,. vr. If vou give them beir deserts you'll put them into shoes that they VwUl takekindly to. You'll be doing a handsome thing by them it you encase them in a pair of our Genuine French CalC Hand-Welt Shoe ;at $5.00. WX HAVE THEM IN . Glaze Toe, French Toe, New York Toe, Broadway Toe. -When you are wearing them neither lou bot they ilTI r win nave 1 have anvthins: to complain about. The I mm mmmm vlmn . twtttjir ahoe tumn uus oan somi fee sold lor the mom 4ntnrnfnDtl as Mi . " i .1 ... hl.a wwul.rflll I r the monev. for time brings smnnvemeiita as well as new years, but it ' man yet and there's no sign of it. A. B. GREENWOOD, 778 COtapeTStreet. Cost Prices. We hare too many of to $4.60 each. This prioe will make a sell them quick. that which ismore often years old and we beieve the best there 1 article for the sick room. Also a fine Port at same price. Pommery French Champagnes, Great made from the best German hops and Porter and Ale are too heavy. champagne. to be trusted with the who does not use Buckwheat, up housekeeping. me GILBERT, 89 Railroii Aybm pXisccXlancoits. Great Cleariner Out Sale j"tp Fancv Rattan and Plush Chairs bvthe New II Haven Rattan Co. See advertisement. dlS FOR SALE. ik LARGE, first Quality French plate pier J. glass, suitable for a tailoring or dress making establishment or privat. house ; will be sola cneap. inquire .i CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS. An elegant line of I Embroidered Slippers at 50c, 75c, $I.OO, and up, and genuine Alligator at only $1.50 per pair. ; Step in and look them over, at BEN HAM'S GREAT BARGAIN STORE. 69 BROADWAY. B0BERT A. BMHAM. E.T. PIER PONT, SUCCESSOR TO PIER PONT i & R0UTH, 260 and 262 State St. Three doors below Merchants' Bank. ai. u,nt tor Mm nalebrated Masse Ranees. a. nmM. thA hMt in the world. Also in STOCK large aeaoraiMi ul,iu v nlsning uooas. .. t . v guard vluA 300ms. La-ee Boom. With alcove, frontior Wooeter Sauare : aiso tanie ooaraersaccomnioaawju. 817 tf MKS- KUBEKTB, ftSg OnapBI St. - fjeal Estate. Barn for Rent. Inquire at v ... ' 1328 CHAPEL STREET. ortf FOB RENT, BOOMS; power. NEW HAVEN RATTAN CO., jig 7t State street. Farm for Bent. TTlRTrrr. vegetable and crass farm. " larse income: t wnntv minniea' drive from the city markets; for rent to an industrious, reli able man. Address my4tf BOX 14US, sew Haven, uonn, FOR SALE. Village arrocerv store: annual sales over $20,000; located 100 miles from New Haven .in manufacturing town, uooa w-aae; tuw rent, will require capital $3,000. Address u.. jll 7t Journal and Courier omce. FOR RENT. A second story tenement of seven rooms, lncludin&r bath room: all modern con veniences. New anl in good order. Also half of stable on premises. Fine location. die tf Address "HOMiS," tmb omce. BUILDING LOTS. Best Locations In New Haven. TERMS OF SALE will be made to accommo date purchasers. BUT NOW before spring building increases ine values. . EDWARD M. CLARK, dS ; 121 CHURCH STREET. Room 18. FOR SAXE,,: . Souses and building lots in all parts of the city; also shore property, Honey to loan at 5 per cent. JOHN C. FUNDERFOBD, dl4 (Open evenings.) 116 Church street. Westville to Have Rapid Transit. asa. Building lots on Main, Fountain, West I Prospect, Willard, Alden, Barnett and LiULother desirable residence streets in West ville. for sale at prices ranging from two to ten cents per square foot. Now is the time to buy. For particulars, can on or aa arena IT. C. Pardee. n!9 tf 1'2 Fountain street, Westville. Farm Wanted. WITH stock and tools, in exchange for a ..... .1 tM.f.nill. iurnm ivlth mlrtnen liiiLconveniences 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 calf oiTor address George A. Isbell, " 787 CJhape) atreet. FOR SALE, Central property, now rented for 14 per cent. JOHN. T. SLOAN, Boom 7, 828 Chapel street. Open evenings. FOR SALE. To Close an Estate. i. THE brick dwelling house No. 613 Chapel street, opposite St. Paul's church; lot 65 L feet front: all modern improvements; in first-class order; can be bought low if purchased at once. CHARLES H. WEBB. n6 350 Chapel Street. WEST HAVEN RE&L ESTATE. FOR 8 ALE House and lot, $4,000, $3,300, $3,000, l a,H), $,5UU, $,3uu, z,zuu, si.euu, $1,700. L FOR SALE Lots in all locations. $3,000, $1,000, $750, $500. $425, 300, $300. $100. jiun ICS r-stt, 919, iu, O, S3. LOANS $1,700. $1,000. Fire, Life and Accidental Insurance. JOHN T. CI LI., Broker, d!4 West Haven, Conn. II in man' 8 Real Estate and Fire Insurance Agency. Established In 1870. MnnT to loan at 5 ner cent, interest. I (j j a Bargains in real estate. Rent and collecting a SDecialtv. A solendid location for a large factory. Debenture bonds. 6H per cent, interest, good as gold. ileal jsstate auctioneer. a,. II. HINHM, n!9 -M fainrch Street. Room 1. A Few Hundred Dollar Will Se cure a Good Home. ONE-FAMILY HOUSE, 200 Atwatel street. House and barn. 28 Auburn street. -Two-familv bouse. No. 11 Clay street. Two-family house, 460 Orchard street. All to be sold lew if sold within ten days. Also for rent, nrst noor, . wooisey street: nrst noor, iu new bail street: 115 Portsea street: 121 Portsea street: 110 Congress avenue, and second floor 29 Auburn street. ' A. IT!. HOLMES, HOUSE MOVER, OF- NOTICE! The Real Estate, Loaning 1 Insurance Business of L. F. Comstock v Co. will hereaf ter be carried on under the firm name of Charles D. Nicoll & Co. in the same office, 82 Church St., Boom 8. ja7 $20,000 TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT, 0n First-ciass security, at Five rer cent, xnteresc. HOUSES AND LOTS For Sale and Exchange AND FOR RENT. Horace P. Hoadley, 49 Church St., Booms 2 and 4. Hoadley Building. upen evenings. JOHNC. BRADLEY, Real Estate and Insurance Broker. For Sale Cheap TWO PIECES of WHARF PROPERTY, fifty feet front each. DESIRABLE DWELLING HOUSE. 11 rooms, all conveniences, on EAST PEARL I STREET, near urana avenue; price j,ow. VERY VALUABLE PROPERTY on TEMPLE STREET, between Chapel and Crown streers; also on ELM STREET, between Orange and State. Money to loan at 5 per cent. Rents. The Sturtevant House, NEW YORK. : AMERICAN : : european : : plan ; : $i per day ; : UPWARD. : PLAN ; $2.50 to $3.50 : PER DAY. ; The Sturtevant House Is the most central in the city; near all elevated roads, street car lines, principal places of amuse ment and large retail stores. All the Comforts of Home with the additional conveniences of the Metropolis are ottered our guests. THE STURTET1NT HOUSE, Brodway, 28th and 29th Sts., 114 6m NEW YORK, N. Y. NEW ROCI LEDGE HOTEL, ROCK LEDGE, FLA. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT AND NEWLY IMPROVED. Terms 2 .50 to IS 00 loer dar. (Special rates for the month of Decem ber. Northern help exclusively employed at uus popular notei. Location and Sorroondiots MijMM FINS CUISINE. For terms, etc, address W. H. Sogers, Manager, n4tf Bock Ledge, Fla. MOSE LEY'S . New Haven House, Fronting the City Green and Opposite uw TJniventitv Camxraa. Has iust added a dining room convenient f nartkw of from ten to flf fv nersons. xoe umy jaow in tne vnj vviub mH Elevator. S.H HOntLIV.Pra M . r A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT prepared from the recipe or Dr. Btephei of Connecticut, the great natural Bone Has been used for more than fifty years, ai . Stephen Sweet tf Bone Setter. Has been used for more thanflf ty years, and lathe Mat. kum remeav ior raimtimimiu. nnnua. i Sprain, Bruleas, Burns, Oats, Wounds sm 1 I asternal imjurua. . OOHVtT, rraprieter Agent, MINIATUKK ALMANAC. JANUAET 16. 8tm Risks, Sim Snra. 7:16 I - Mooh Rises. 4:48 1 7:86 I High Watu 1 11:54 DEATHS. PITMAN In Albwy, k. Y., January- 44, Bobert a. hitman, agea 74 years, Drawer 01 or. x. u. r" Pitman f -f wis city. IVES In this city, on the 14th inst , Kiss Caro line Ives, aged 71 years. Funeral services will be held at her late resi dence. No. 25 Wall street, on Saturday after noon, at 1:45 o'clock. Friends are invited to attend. The remains will be taken to Center- ville for interment. . 2t MARINE LIST. POST OF NEW HAVEN. Sch L. S. Lerening;, Boyd, Norfolk, lumber. Sch Sarah Eaton, Hobbs, N Y, Iron. Sch Charlotte, Emmons, NY. Sch Sardinian, Lord, Amboy for . Back Parlor. Alcove to rent with board. Everything nrstcass. 16 lt) 30 HOME PLACE. FOR SALE. Having more milk than I want, I will sell two new milch cows. One of them is an extra butter maker. Apply to C. E. WOODWARD, j!6 8t 73 Townsond avenue. Factory For Sale. Containing twelve thousand sauare feet. Light and airy. Three minutes from Post- omce. Terms to suit purchaser. HINMAN S AGENCY, Jt6 7t 63 Church street. City. THE BIGGEST BARGAINS Ever offered to the public In Poultrv. Beef. Veal, Lamb, Venison, Grouse and the latest novelties 01 the season wiu be sola sere to-day regaraiess of Cost. Com one,come all; patrons will receive grompt attention. Com early to avoid the rush, very body welcome. Kenember the place. 2E. SCHOENBERGER'S, ' 1 and S Central Market, Congress Avenue. 8 Cheap House For Sale. y Buy it almost on your L Better than paying rent. own terms. R. E. BALDWIN, 81S Chapel street. d&w District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, I January 15, 1892. ( ESTATE of WILLIAM LEFFINGWELL, late of New Haven, in said district, deceased. The administrator having exhibited his admin iatration account with, said estate to this court for allowance, it is ORDERED, That the 16th day of February, A.D. 1892, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at a Probate Court to be held at New Haven, within and for the district of New Haven, be and the same is assigned for a hearing on the allowance of said administration account with said estate, and this court directs the administrator to cite all persons interested therein to appear at said time and place by publishing this order three times in some newspaper having a circulation in said dis trict. A . H EATON ROBERTSON, ja!6 3t Judge of said rebate Court. For Sale Cheap, THE good will, stock of shoes, fixtures; all com plete; doing an annual business of $15,000; expenses about $75 per month. Address BOX 1573, j!3 75 New Haven. Conn. Cold Enough ! TO WANT A STOVE OR RANGE. We hare a floe lino of PARLOR STOVES and KITCHEN RANGES, which we shall sell for the next few weeks on very liberal terms to close out surplus stock. The "GARLAND" is the best. Don't fail to ex amine it before purchasing any other. NEW DEPARTURE. Stoves and Ranees for CASH or CREDIT in stallment plan accommodation. Don't hesitate when you can buy the BEST goods at a REGU LAR stove store at the most reasonable prices and liberal terms. Open Evenings. HALL & GUERNSEY, No. 6 Church Street, WOODS' BUILDING. B. HL WEIGH & SOI? OFFER: 100 doz. Good Canned Marrow Peas at only 6c per can. luuaoz. fancy xaoie i-eacnes ifec per can. A fine lot of strictly fancy Country Dressed Poultry Turkeys 18c lb. Chickens 16c lb. I-Fancy Kiln Dried Sweet Potatoes 30c peck. uape wa. uranoernes sc per quart. ORANGES Aim LEMONS. Large Fine Lemons only 15c doz. Fancy Florida Oranges 30 and 35c doz. Oranges for cutting up 12c doz. BUTTER, CHEESE Alio EGGS. Fine Table Butter 32c lb. A splendid Table Butter 88 and 30c lb. Finest full Cream Cheese 16c lb Good full Cream Cheese 12c lb. TABLE JELLY. TABLE JELLY. 100 Boxes of "Our Own Brand." Imnerial Table Jelly, all flavors. 9c package. 8 packages 25c. 1 Pint of hot water with the contents of one package make a quart of delicious Jelly. Try one or three packages. We have Knox's Sparkling Galatine, 3 pekgs. for 35c. Warranted equal to any Gelatine on the market. The Wonderful KEM EOM To save your Coal. Sells like wildfire. Samples free. Guilford Tomatoes $1 per doz. 35 Gross Toilet Roan 30c doz.. 2 cakes 5c. Those Layer Figs only 10c lb. Just think of it. D. M. WELCH & SON 28 and SO Congress A venae. Branch 8 Grand Avanne. DO YOU KNOW THAT THE TEMPLE OF FOMITURE Is the best place in New Haven to buy Furni ture, Carpets, Stoves, Ranges and House Fur nishings generally 1 From 10 to 25 per cent. CUT during January. BROWN & DURHAM. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS . Orange and Center Sts. Open Monday and Saturday Evenings. ,F.A. CARLTON, '!'S'!'iv!lA'i'tiS?!5? Jobbing; Promptly Attended to. OrFIOK 190 GEO ROE, OOR. TEMPLE PTBXXT Steam Hem tins; Building;. KSTT1WAT15S OIVKX.JB GASAND0ILST0VES FOR HEATING-. Can show you the best made, in a variety of sizes Uau ana see them in operation at 360 State Street. Silas Ca-Alxlzx. DON'T FORGET IT ! THAT YOU CANT BUT A MORE USEFUL Cliristmas Present THAN A PARLOR OIL HEATER AT THE Oil, Vapor and Gas Stovn Store. The ANTIQUE CHICAGO PERFECT and GRAND are finely nickeled and easily rolled about. No Pipe, no Odor, no Ashes. Cost one cent an hour. ; . Try Luzor perfumed Kerosene. Oil and Gasoline supplied . , O. P. MERRIMAN, - .. 1M Elm street, opposite New Gym. HEWS BY TELEGRAPH. From All Quarters. FOREIGN NEWS NOTES. Gossip From Across Atlantic Ocean. the THE TROUBLE WITH M CHILIANS. Fatal Railroad Accident in Minnesota. DEATH OF AN AMERICAN SCULPTOR. Friends Still at Work in Graves' Behalf. FOREIGN NEWS. The miners' Federation Refuse to : Pass a Vote of Sympathy With the Royal Family The Princess, of Wait! lo Co to the So nth of Eu rope minister Lincoln's Health .' Improving; Other Notes. , : ' - Copyrighted, j s London, Jan. 15. The delegates to the Miners' federation now holding their an nual meeting on Stoke-on-Trent were ap prised before assembling that their repre sentatives In parliament, desired that the federation should adopt a resolution of condolence with the royal family on ac count of the death of the Duke of Clarence. A telegram from their parliamentary lead er, Mr. Fickard, himself ill with influenza, asked for a rote of sympathy with the royal family, adding: "The queen has al ways expressed sympathy with us." Cries of "BnBiness!" greeted the message. The member who moved the vote of oondolence reminded the delegates that the queen in oases of accidents in mines always helped the distressed. In snllen silence the con ference listened and by a vote of 19 to 3 passed without debate an amendment to proceed to business. The Miners' feder ation has 200,000 members and it is the most powerful single union in the country. It has several representatives in the house of commons and con trols the votes of others. No workmen's combination has so freely given aid to the distressed. Interference with the family affairs of the royal family was felt by the delegates to be beyond them, and they honestly said so. If all the trades unions of Great Britain were similarly tested the result would be similar. The delegates immediately proceeded to vote sympathy and substantial help for the starving nail makers of the midland districts, who have long been on a strike. The npper and middle classes are most keenly touched by the incidents of the duke of Clarence's death. Thousands clad in mourning have flocked to Marlborough House to record their names, and through out the capital well dressed folks general ly are doning some badge of grief. The frmcess of Wales after the funeral is going to some secluded spot in the south of Europe with her daughters. Both are in delicate health and their con dition is now the source of inoreased anxiety to the family. The death of the Duke of Clarence has recalled the fact that he was born prematurely. The latest from Sandringham is that Dr. Laking is watching the rrincess of Wales and Prin cess May.fearing that influenza may attack them. Prince Ueorge, who is still weak from his attack of typhoid fever, is also the cause of anxiety. A tierce war will be waged with the Vatican on the appointment of a successor to Cardinal Manning. English Catholics desire the appointment of Bishop Vaughan, who is a unionist, but the Irish party pre fer the bishop of Portsmouth. Minister .Lincoln has nearly recovered from his cold. Lisbon, Jan. 15. The Marquis Foz, formerly director of the royal railway in Portugal, who was arrested for fraud in connection with the employes' pension fund, has been released on $290,000 bail. .London, Jan. 15. A dispatch from Rome sayB the coincidence of the deaths of Cardinals Simepni and Manning so affected the pope that he exclaimed: "I feel that my hour is also approaching." Paris, Jan. 10. The Duo Aivares, form erly Spanish ambassador, had both legs out oil in a carriage accident to-day. London, Jan. lo. Mrs. Qiddala, who jumped from a moving train at Tam worth and was terribly hurt, has recovered con sciousness. She charges that Ooodall,the preacher who was with her in the car, at tempted to outrage her. When she re sisted he pushed her out on the footboard. TBE CHILIAN TROUBLE, Cablegrams From Commander Evans Blaine and montt In Consultation Special messace to Congress. Washington, Jan. 15. A cable message was received at the navy department to-day from Commander Evans of the United States Steamship Torktown at Valparaiso and Secretary Tracy said it contained no information of importance. It is said at the navy department that it is not true that the Miantonomah and Newark have been ordered to the West Indies. Senoir Montt, Chilian minister, had a short in terview with Secretary Blaine to-day, but it is understood had nothing to communi cate indicating a change of policy on part of Chili. In his annual message the president made two promises, one conditional and the other absolnte. The latter was that he would at an early date transmit the correspondence; the former that in case Chili took needless time in answering he would send a special message. It is understood to-day that he has determined to combine these two and to send his message simultaneously with the documents. The expectation is that he will have the message ready so that it can be submitted to the cabinet at its meeting on Tuesday next, and it is therefore thought tnat tne earliest time that it can De sent to congress will be Tuesday afternoon, or more probable Wednesday, as it is usual for such communications to be made to congress as soon as possible after the opening of the day's session. A Street Railway Tied Up, Pittsburg, Jan. 16. The employes of the Pittsburg, Alleghany and Manchester Electric Traction company struck this morning against an increase in hours of labor. Tne various lines operated by this company are completely tied up. In Behalf of the Sufferer. Washington, D. C, Jan. 15. The call made by Mr. Furnesa of England to-day for subscriptions from British shipowners to defray the cost of transporting Ameri can flour contributions to the Russian famine sufferers may result In the senate resolution authorizing the lease of a ves sel in which to tend American food con tributions again being called up in the house. . STRUCK A STREET CAR. Two Passengers Killed and Thirteen Wounded In a Creasing Accident. Cbioaqo, Jan .15. An incoming Chicago, Pittsburg and Fort Wayne express train struck a Btreet car.brossing the tracks at Forty-teventh street at 10:30 p. m. last night, and killed two passengers and wounded thirteen others. There were twenty-five psssengers on the car, which was smashed to splinters and turned completely over. The tilled have not been identified. They are both women. Among the injured are: Reinhart Lenhardt. Lizzie Peterson, Lizzie Savage, Joseph Winterhalle, Peter Anders, Pat Kreigel, Mabel Hilton, MaryFrazer. All are dangerously hurt. Newspaper Bnlldlns; Burned. PrrrsBUBGB, Pa., Jan. 15. The Leader building here was burned to-night. Loss 160.0000: with $45,000 insurance. Ad joining buildings were damaged $10,000, Fully insured. To Test Its Constitutionality. Madison, Wis., Jan. -15. A petition was filed in . the supreme court to-day through ex-Attorney General Estabrooke to test the constitutionality of the gerry mander of congressional and senate and assembly districts in the last democratic legislature. The petition alleges that large number of republican voters have beon disAanotusaa, TWO BURNED TO DEATH. Frightful Accident on the Northern Pacific Railroad-How the mishap Occurred List of . the Dead and Injared. Bbahtebd, Minn., Jan. 15. A frightful railroad accident ocourred on the North ern Pact do road, seven miles east of Brain- erd, at 4 o'clock this morning. The sec don of No. 9, with the Andrews Opera company on board, left West Superior at midnight for Grand Forks. Near Jones- ville the train struck a broken rail, the en gine and baggage car passing over in safe ty, but the sleeping car was derailed and ran 800 feet on the ties when it toppled over, breaking loose from the train and went down an embankment five feet high, lying on its side. In a minute all was confusion and the sleeping inmates realized their peril. As soon as windows were broken to liberate tnose inside names snot out and in a very short time the oar was enveloped. The trainmen soon liberated those who were unable to extricate themselves, but none were able to save their clothes and the night being one of the coldest of the sea son the thermometer registering 45 de grees below zero the suffering was ter rible. At this time it was discovered that Mrs. Ed. Andrews and Lillie Wans were missing, but no human effort could ren der them assistance, as the oar was a mass of flames. The injured were placed in the baggage car and brought to Brainerd and quartered at the Earlington hotel. A list of the dead and injured as far as obtainable is as follows: Mrs. Ed An drews (known as Miss Nannie Wilkinson) burned to death: Miss Lillie Wallace of Min neapolis, burned to death; Florence Joy, severely burned on back and head, will probably die. May Donglas, burned on head and arms; Miss Letitia Fritch, burned and hands and arms; Mrs. L. F. Barker, shoulder dislocated; Miss Marie Roe, slightly burned and bruised; Miss Ella Harris, burned on neck and arms; Miss Jo Shearer, slightly burned on hands and face; George Andrews, burned on arms. W. A. Wierth, slightly injured; Bert Lincoln, arm fractured; G. F. Moody, lead er of oroheatra, slightly burned; Mrs. AL Wakefield, wife of advance agent, feet frozen; C. W. Andrews, business mana ger, badly- burned and cut; Miss Grace Hale, slightly burned; Etna Hurning, feet frozen; Mrs. Enhaer, badly burned; C. A. Parker, comedian, back injured; J. L. Watson, feet frozen. J. C. Taylor, cut and bruised; H. Allen. burned on neck; Fred Allen, bruised; L. F. Barker, burned on hands and face. The bodies of the two women burned to death were charred beyond all recognition, the heads, legs and arms being entirely gone. The members of the company lost all they possessed. It is thought none of the iniured will die. Springfield. O.r Jan. 15. Last nieht while a coal train of twenty-seven loaded cars on the Ohio Southern road near Storm Station was coming down a steep curving grade, the brake failed to work and the train ran away down the incline. At last the engine, at incalculable velocity, jump ed the track into a ravine and twenty-one cars jumped, one after another, on top of it. Brakeman Harry Buss was killed. W. W. Cochrane, the engineer, it is supposed, lies dead under the mass of cars and coal. Fireman Harry Long had a leg broken. The loss is $20,000. Intense Cold In the Northwest. St. Paul, Jan. 15. The mercury in this city hovered about zero nearly all day yes terday, and after dark fell rapidly, and at 10 o'clock was 12 degrees below. The coldest weather, however, seems to be across the line, in Manitoba It was yes terday 40 degrees below zero at Winnipeg, 35 degrees below at Q'Appelle and Prince Albert and 34 degrees below at Edmonton and Swift Current. On this side of the border, Grand Forks and Jamestown, N. D., reported 35 degrees below and St. Vin cent 84 degrees below. NOTED AMERICAN ARTIST. The Death of Randolph Rocera la Rome Sketch or Hie Career. Eomk, Jan. 15. Randolph Rogers, the celebrated American sculptor, whose seri ous illness from pulmonitis was announced few days ago, died to-day at his resi dence, Rogers villa, in this city. In his death art has lost one of its best expon ents. Randolph Rogers, who won many years ago a foremost pi ce in the list of Ameri can sculptors, and has achieved sinoe then European reputation as well, was born In Waterloo, near Auburn, N.Y., on July 0, 1825. Until the age of twenty-three years he was engaged in merchantile pursuits in Ann Arbor, Mich., and in New York oity. He than went to Italy and studied art wltn JLorenzo Bartoilnl at Home, from 1848 until 1850. On his return he opened studio in New York, where he remained until 1855. In that year he returned to Italy, where he has lived ever since. Among his earlier works are "Roth," an ideal bust (1851); the famons "Nydia" (1856;; "Boy Skating," "Isaac," and the statue of John Adams in Mount Auburn cemetery (1857). One of his best-known works, the bas- reliefs on the doors of the Capitol at Washington, representing scenes in the life of Columbus, was designed in 1853, and cast in bronze at Munich. In 1861 he completed the Washington monument at Richmond, whion bad been left unnnished by Thomas Crawford, adding the statues Marshall, Mason and Nelson for whioh Crawford had made no design, as well as some allegorical figures. His other works include "Angel of the Insur rection," on the monument of Colonel Samuel Colt, Hartford, Conn., (1861-'62); memorial monuments for Cincinnati (lBOd- 04), Providence (1871), Detroit (1872). and Worcester, Mass., (1874); "Lost Pleiad" (1875); "Genius of Connecticut," on the Capitol of Hartford (1877); and an equestrian group of Indians in bronze (lool). lie has also executed portrait statues of Abraham Lincoln for Philadel phia (1871) and William H. Seward for New York (1876). WOBEINO FOR GRATES. Detective Woods Trying to Establish the Condemned man's Innocence What He Says. San FfeANOisco, Jan. 18. Detective Woods of Denver is here, claiming that he has been employed by the. friends of Dr. Graves. He says that he has thirty affi davits from people in this city showing that Mrs. Barnaby was not poisoned by Dr. Graves. These affidavits, while not mak ing direct charges, insinuate that Mrs. Worrell, Mrs. Barnaby's nurse, did the poisoning; that Mrs. Worrell is known to nave puronaaea poisons nere. tniwuro Woods further says that he has discovered that strvohnine was purchased here osten sibly for Mrs. Barnaby, the purchaser stat ing tnat it was to poison rata. as airs. UarnaDv boarded at hotels an tne time sne was here it is not probable she would use stry ohnine for snob a purpose. The detective claims that he knows the party who pur chased this poison. Another affidavit is from a servant at Arrow Head Springs hotel, San Bernardino connty, where Mra. Barnaby stopped. It U claimed that this servant heard Mrs. Worrell say she wished Mrs. Barnaby would die; tbat sue was a great trouble to her, and tbat the only reason she staid with her was the hope that Mrs. Barnaby would leave ner some money in her will. NEGRO MURDERER LYNCHED. He Kills a Woman With a Clab of Firewood She Was a Classmate of Mrs. Harrison. Oxford, O., Jan. 15. Henry Corbin (colored) was lynched here last night for the murder of Mrs. Georgiana Horner last Tuesday. Corbin was for two years the servant of Mrs. Horner, who was a widow of means living with her daaghter. On Tuesday night the negro locked the door of the dining room and picking up a club of firewood killed airs, ilornsr wltn one blow. The daughter then resisted is as sault on her and escaped to the street, giv ing the alarm. Uorbln escaped, but was captured on the outskirts of the oity last evening by a mob of 600 with the above result. Mrs. Horner's maiden oame was Market She was fifty-three years old, a graduate of Dr. Scott's female college, and a class mate of Mrs. Harrison. Alumni Dinner. Nrw York, Jan. 15. The annual din ner of the Yale University Alumni asso ciation here took place to-night. One hundred and fifty gentlemen were present. President Chaunoey M. Depew presided, With him at the guests,' table were Presi dent Timothy D wight, of Yale, Professor James D. Alexander, of Princeton, and President Seth Low, of Columbia college. The speakers were Dr. Depew. Rev. Dr. Twitohell, of Hartford,-Austin G. Fox and Professor Alexander of Prlnoeton univer- .. SENATOR PLUME'S WILL. Hla Estate Amount to About $OOv ooo mra, riusnn and Her Son Hade Sole Ex era to ra. EXPOB14, Kan., Jan. 1 5. The will of th late Senator Plumb was entered for probata yesterday and shows some queer features. It does not show definitely the value of the estate, but while it has been placed as high $3,000,000 by some and $1,000,000 by others it will probably amount to about $500,000. The senator had property In New York, Florida, Alabama, Virginia.Ohlo, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado and Montana. Mrs. Plumb and her son, both invalids, were made sole executors of the will, and while Mrs. Plumb is in very bad health aba will attend to all tne business ox tne estate. PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS. Mr. Holnaan Withdraws Hla motion to Reconsider, and the House Passes One of Hla Reaolutlona. Washington, Jan. 15. Mr.. Holman has withdrawn his motion to reconsider the vote by which the previous question was ordered on bis anti-subsidy resolution. The house has passed the seeoad of Mr. Holman's resolutions referring to the eco nomical expenditure by a vote of yeas 164, nays 03. ' HOCSX. The following bills were introduced and referred in the house to-day: By Mr. Newberry of Illinois To test the method of spelling in schools and ap propriating $100,000 to establish spelling school at the world's fair. . By Mr. Lane of Illinois Placing nails. salt, lumber, cotton, ties, binding twine and agricultural implements on the free list. By Mr.Snodgrass of Tennessee To place salt on the free list. By Mr. Smith of Arizona For the ad mission of Arizona as a state. The house then resumed the considera tion Of the motion to reconsider the vote by which the previous question was order ed on the subsidy and economy resolution offered by Mr. Holman. Mr. Holman withdrew the motion. He had, he said, come to the conclusion that the second resolution was broad enough to cover and all proper and legal appropria tions. It would include all such legisla tion as private pension bills and the like. air. Henderson of Iowa inquired whether a separate vote oould be had on each resolution, and on receiving an af firmative reply demanded a division of the question. This demand, after consulta tion with Mr. Dingley of Maine, he with drew, but it was immediately repeated by Mr. Tracy of new York. so tne queatloa was taken on tne nrst resolution, which reads as follows: Resolved, That m the Judgment of this boose e granting of subsidies and bounties by coa reas, la money, public lands, booda or by in Hvement. or by Dledze of the oubuc credit, to promote special private industries or enterprise of corpora lions. Independent of tbeconstitutioaal power of congress to make such craots. Is unjust ana impouuc sna in manuest with the spirit of our republican con diet Insula- lions, ss it uirecuy icons to ci safe and foster the wealth of favored rlaaew at the expense of the whole people who bear toe burdens of government, and manifestly furnishes undue facilities for the enlargement of creat private estates a policy which a government of the people cannot justly or safely eacourage by any form of favoritism in legislation. It was adopted, yeas Z?7, nays 41. The question was then taken on the sec ond resolution, which is as follows: Resolved. That in view of the present condi tion of the treasury, and because flic lent and honest government can osly be assured by the frugal expenditure of the public money, while unnecessary, and lavish expenditures, under any and all conditions, leads Inevitably to venal and corrupt methods in put lie affairs, so money ought to be appropriated by congress from the public treasury except such as is manifestly necessary to carry on the several departments frugally, efficiently and honestly administered. The resolution was agreed to, yeas, 164 nays, 93. RIOTOUS ANARCHISTS. They Attack a Small Town of Aada- lusla Armed With Stones. Madrid, Jan. 15. The punishment re cently inflicted on a band of anarchists who made an attack on the city of Xeres does not seem to have awed the lawless characters in the vicinity of that city. Last night another band of anarchists at tacked Born oa, a town of Andalusia about twelve miles northeast of Xerea. They were armed only with stones, but the gen darmes were unable to disperse them. The cavalry was summoned and soon put the band to flight. Several of the anarchists were captured by the cavalry. Ill With the Grip. Philadelphia, Jan. 15. Sir Edward Arnold is confined to his bed at his hotel here with an attack of grip. He declines to call in a physician and is treating him self. TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. Ex-Congressman Walter A. Wood Of Hoosic Falls died yesterday afternoon. The Sultan of Morocco bas summoned to his presence the governor of Tangier with a view of conceding the demands of the insurgents for the deposition of that official. Red Cross Lease. Red Cross lodge No. 163, Order Sons of St. George, give their eighth annual soiree at Arion hall Thursday evening, February 18. The preparations indicate that It will be an unusually successful event. Arrested for Theft. Martin Wlnterfeld and George W. Rich ards were arrested last evening by Officer Tighe and Stonnont, charging them with the theft of a muff from a Sylvan avenue car, the property of C. H. Immlch of 803 Uongrees avenue, ittobards was released on bonds furnished by his father. Boarding House Rarglartsed. Lrst evening, between 6 and 6 o'clock, the resience of John Conklin, who keeps a students' boarding house at 27 High street, was entered by a man, and a email diamond scarfpin, valued at $20, a breast pin In shape of bow, a silver waton cuarm and about $135 in money was taken. One of the students, who rooms at the house, came in and asked the man what be was about. He said tbat he had come to re pair the gss fixtures. So he made good his escape. In going down the stairs he dropped a gold watch which was foand to be the property of Miss Emma Conklin. The thief was a man about five feet, ten inches in height, noticeably round should ered. He wore dark clothes and dark derby bat. The police have been notified, bat up to a latehour last night no arrest had been made. Hymeneal. Flora M. Adler, daughter of Has Adler, will be married to Iasao M. TJllman, on the evening of February 2. The ceremony will be performed at the uoun street syna gogue by Rev. Dr. K Iceberg, and will be followed by a wedidog supper and recep tion st Harmon ie hall. Mr. F. B. frmmoaa. The report of the death of Mr. E. B. Emmons of Hartford, published in various state papers, proves to be Incorrect, as ws learn from friends of Mr. Emmons. Yes terday's Wlnsted Herald says: "It was reported Wednesday all about town that Mr. F. B. Emmons of Hartford, well known here, was dead. This morn ing Postmaster Cook states that he hss, after an-earnest effort, failed to verify the report. We sincerely hope the report of Mr. Emmons' death will not be substan tiated. The world at large can ill afford to loss men ss kindly hearted, genial and gentlemanly as was, or is, Franklin B. Emmons." Return of JIaha . Stoddard. The steadfast admirers of John L. Stod dard will weloome the renewal of the satis faction whioh this sterling entertainment affords. . Next week the thirteenth annual season in this city will open at the Hype rion . The initial lecture of the series, "Travels in Sunny Spain," will be given Monday evening next, and will be repeated on Wednesday evening. No lac tam in Mr. Stoddard's extensive repertoire hss a more fruitful subject than this which treats of the land once so glorified by the Moor and later the home of the Spaniard. The remaining lectures are of no less interest and value. Far too little U known as yet of the republio on our south, wltn wbom our relations are des tined in the not distant future to be of colossal importance. To hear of this coun try through Mr. Stoddard's late travels and by the aid of his original photographa will be to know it in a way little short of the knowledge to be gained by a visit there. Jerusalem and Egypt may each be depended upon to furnish its quota of at traction. It is gratifying to know that the extra provision of seats made this year is appreciated, and that fine audienoes for both courses may be depended upon. The lecture of next week will be given both on Monday and Wednesday evenings. A few good seat for each course yet remain. Did Not Meet. The joint committee from the board of public works and selectmen did not meet last night and hear the report of City En gineer Hill as to the feasability of working the Qulnntpiao drawbridge with electric ity. By some oversight Mr. Hill was not nouned. The meeting win oe neid at a p. m. to-day. Pound murdered la the Street. John Carson, who was found murdered in Christy street, New York, early yester day morning, with hla throat cnt from to ear, was from July to Thanksgiving day a collector for the local agency of A. P. Collier & Son at 102 Orange street, this oity, and then resided hero. In hla pock- eta when found title deads to property in Baltimore were discovered. Be came of good family and had been employed for the. past few weeks as a book agent. He was a successful canvasser and had been offend a position by Charles Scribnera Sons, which he bad not yet decided whether or not to accept. It is known that there waa a certain man in New York who wished to posssss these deeds, but the fact that they were found upon the body will hardly bear ont that supposi tion. STATE CORRESPONDENCE. Hamdea Plains. Jan. 16. Our representative, D wight Mix, nas been sick witn the grip." Two of Burton Wooding children are sick with diphtheria. Miss Cornelia Baasett is very low and grave tears are entertained of her recov ery. A large campany of people attended the funeral of Whitney BUkealee last week. the man who was murdered by Albert Hlns. Rsv. G. Saunders officiated. Almerou Sanford, one of the oldest resi dents of the West Woods district, was buried last Thursday. Deceased wai sigh ty -six years old. At ths quarterly conference held by Dr. Beach last week, the pastor of the M. E. churob, th Rev. U. baunders, was unani mously invited to remain a third year. G. J. Cohin has gone to a New York hospital to get relief, if possible, from continuous neaoacne. A nartv of friends from ihm IT. 1C church surprised Miss Carrie E. Ford of Irtxwell avenue Wednesday, the 13th inst. Miss Ford hss been the efficient organist at the church for soma time. After the supper the pastor, in the name of many of tne church, and congregation presented Miss Ford with a parse of money, a testi monial of Miss rord s long and excellent service for the church. Hamdea. Jan. 15. Mr. Andrew Lyman has been suffering from a severe attack of the grip. Airs. Kobert baulord Is teaching at the Augerville school during the absence of Miss Sareb Dickerman. who is ill with tne grip- Miss Lillie Uhattertoa is teaching: in Centerville this winter. William Morse is recovering from pneu monia. William Scofield's residence is n earing completion. He expects to occupy it soon. George L. Andrews and several others attended the state grange meeting held at itocxviue on n edneedav. Miss Lillian Terrell has been visiting friends in Middletown. All report a fine time at the Installation of the grange officers last Wednesday. A bountiful collation, which the grangers know how to furnish, was served. Dano- ing finished the evening s program. ueorge reruns, sr.. is recovering slowly from grip and pneumonia. ueorge Leavenworth nas returned from Aneonia. Dr. Swift's chickens were all stolen but one a few nights ago, making a loss of about thirty-two fowls. air. Uodge is still on the sick list. Warren Terrell's horss broke through the stable floor Tuesday night, narrowly escaping a broken leg. Southlngtoa. Jan. 15. Mra. Burdette Smith is laid up with a sprained ankle. Rev. r . Lw btevens of this place has been elected a member of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Professor Jones, witn his family of alli gators, bas left town. alias Ifc-rtha ib-perd of Planlsville has been elected treasurer of the New Haven Stenographers' society. The carriage of William B. Yeomana and Miss Florence Allen takes place to day (Saturday) at 2 o'clock, at the resi dence of the groom, the Rev. Mr. Perry performing the ceremony. Religious Services. East Putt Sraurr X. E. Ctr-a H. It. Westoo. D. D., psslor. Preaching by pastor st 10:80 and 7:30. EpsorUl league S: IV Quits Avxxrc OoKoaeosTioxaL Carara. The paxtor, J. Lee Mitchell will presch. lO M a. m: "Wbst is Truth V T: p. m: "The Bram ble Bush King.- :IS: Y. P. S. C. K. Uitmo Caraca. Kev. T. T. Hunger. D. P.. psstor. Morning srrvi e st lr.30 a. m. Prescb ing by tbe psstor. Sunday s.-hool at Boon. V. P. 8. C. E. prayer meeting at 6: IS p.m. CoLLsns SrasBT Carara IHrln services with a sermon by lbs putt or, the Kev. William M. Mc- Lpase. u. l . to-morrow at H':3U a m. Kuodav school at li m. Young people meeting at 1 : 30 p. m. Dwiobt Pun Cncsca. Preaching by tbe pas tor. Rev. Dr. TwitcbelL st 10 i a. iu. Sundar school at lx m. Young people' meeting :S0 p. m. snort service at : p. m. Ail are coroiauy invited. FtssT Pussvtebijui Osrusr-H (XI m street, be tween Orange sad State) Rev.F.A M.Brown. D D.. psstor. Preaching service 10: ) a. m, and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school st U m. Y. P. 8- C. E. services st 6:90 p. is. tf Gates M. E. CsracB fOld Georre street). corner of Howard aveuue and Ponaea ctrert. Rev. James Coote. iiartor. I0:3J and :: Preaching by tbs psstor. Huodsy school at aooa. Y. P. S. C. K. at 4:13 All are cordially Invited. Fiasr Mktbooist Efiscopal Carara Rev. Melville B. Chapman, D. D., psstor. 10:30 a a.: Tbe pastor will preach morning and evening. iv:w m.. miniay acnooi: d i p. ra , nrtsii&a Endeavor: 7:& d. m. subject: Dm Derate Cass.' You are cordially invited. Davxxpobt Caraca f Wooster Square). Rev. L C 14 .-serve, psMor. M-rning sermoa st 10:S9 am. Sunday school at noon. 1. P. 8. K. at 6:30 p. ra. At 7:30 p. m last of the "People's Service:" "Isaac Watts sad His Hymns" Evangelistic onion meeting begia Jsa. Si. Calvabv Baptist Cenn-a fOoroer York sod Chapel streets) Sent io-a for flundsyio-ootTo ) Tne psstor. Kev. tiwis m. rotest, wiu preaca morning and evening. 10:30 and 7:30. Sunday school st noon. Y. P. S. C E. a! S:I5 p. m. Erary- bodv invited to all aerrice. Com sod bring your friends tf Fiasr BiPrurr Caraca fWoossrr Place). Rev. John H. Mason, pastor, will preach at 10:30 aad :su. ounusy scnnoi sua young meo- utoisctsai at not n. Y P. 8 P, E. a' S 30. Suojert of eveu ig sermon: "ferlf-0.oep'W sod t-elf-dtrue- tion." sit sesia tree, stranger ana young mmm specially invited. Tanrrrv U rmonmr PlpisroPAt. Caraca CDwight Pises, comer Georg street) Rev A O. Vail. D. TV. psstor. Public services st 10:39 a m. sad st 7:30 p. m. Sunday scnool st aooa. Kev. Ir. J. O. Per, formerlv pastor at this church. Bow missionary secretary. UI preack at l:a) a m. a miastonary sermon. Carara or tbk Mnsua (Tint Unlrerssl- Ist), Orange street, above Elm. Rev. 1. H. Squires psstor. r-uudav school at 1 o'clock. 1 1 eacsmg at 1 1 . ' sua :ou. ouojects; storaiug: "Religion and Busin." Evening, course of lectures oa "The Wonders of Crea ion," Seals fro sod every body welcome. gnraitmrc, gtc BILL NYE SAYS, or rather would say If HE HAD THE 1IAPP EXPE KIEXCK of furnishing ha home from our Immense stock of Household Goods, that our store was oae of toe few stores of in at kiwi IX THE COUNTRY where he could go In and get out sgsin without GITINO A CHATTEL HOBT GAGE ON HIS LIFE. We treat yon with tbe utmost courtesy, whether you ar "just looking round" or oa a purchasing ,1 . iin iii. doe more week of our special cash dtocouat of 10 pgr cent, before w take inventory. A few mora of those bandsom Eturuah Dinner Beta- US piece t style, decoration. (9 g7 net. Wsareageaistortbe celebrated "Oub" Osrd Tables, and can show them in old English oak. antique osk and bUuaru ciotn top. To fit folding table made. Yoa ought to have one. PECK & PARKER, COMPLETE HOUSE VTRXISHIR8, T6S to 763 Chapl Street. Ctossa evwanurs at 6:30, Mondays and Baturdays H:FURN1SID- U l - aarasyssu. "Baa Tits. svs Cant a Wore lew oat a ward for a fuA we WaKTPTI A R experteoosd nook in a small nttrsi -fa- Uy. Apply j' ) 7S PEARf. STREET. WASTED, xrotrso ss, waata poslUoa: willing to gtva ratersoeea. Jisrts Address Q. H- C. tha omce. WANTED. ERL for geaeraj housework, living la sortb east section of in city, that caa ro boms nights. QIS lr) tilg LAWRENCE STREET - WANTED. BY a young lady, twenty year of age, a aua atioa as oomnantoa Address C H , lis M ThlsOfftoe. WANTED. A first -class resadeaca, furnished or aa furnished, for the term of oas year. Lo calise brtweea Oraars aa. Prospers street a. north of Trumbull preerred, prapris tor of such property esa bear of a first rlass tensnt by stsling locslioa. aumbsr of rooms. lm ptostsmssiu Addrass to aooss contains, aaa P. O. BOX au. jisat Kew Haver. Conn. WANTED. B OY weats a cfiaace lo leara a good trade. Addrass -8," Thla office. WANTED. YOTJXQ lady tor assistant booUmepar at A vmfM. Address JSaVU sPV "B This CXBos WANTED. IBLS always And best places aera. T EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, J157r TO Cbapel street. WANTED. TTT7XDREDS of rtrts In every brsaeh of bross I 1 work for wood tua aad rood nlsrs ia good families. JJKK BABB. jas ist i ram i WANTED. TAMTLTfC snusatss Bod. best I always I ' secured here: finest ofnee. 1st awl I to HewFagiaad, EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. lia M . uiapsl street. WANTED. A COMPETENT wosaaa a cook and laaa-A- dress, apply at Js tf 4M PROSPECT "TRKFT. Uttsccllaucous DR. W. H. MINOR, DENTIST, 818 Chapel Street, Orsdosts of th nalvsrarry of KewYors. All ooersiioc eroeultv aad skflrnll raw. formed. Honrs a a m. to i p. ss. apt lyr FOR SALE. A VICTOR bicycle, spring fork, medca tire, most sts. 4 ELM STREET. Ben Hur. by Lew Wallace. regular price one dollar and fifty cents, is sold for eirrhtv- one cents by The Boston Book vo., 783 Chapel street WHES THE DOCTOR PRESCRIBES Braurs, Bociixo oa Wnsx, Bear RaartTS Win. Cose pbos Best Goods. EDW. E. HALL WW. gutertatnracttts. bsvturUav Lteuiiur. .Jan. w. Tbe man thai made as Uadmakvrs' ruewaliou ScsodsWwjy Huanous The Funniest Man oa Earth Tne Onlv BILL NYE And hla Equally Talented Companion rralnsr A. P. BUR BANK. The Kings of Humor ! In one of their lurompmnMf HomoKKn avatd B-- asrw lainiat rrarjUDl. TVar-waas ftl Aft T ft. Vt- 1 uuiuuatj. mmmmm Thursday, Friday. Saturday, ltth. IMA aad lata. vaturaay Msuae x p. m. The Acme of Knsusaa rkunaa RFTTrS! BERNARD CM ARK sod a nerlert. oomnsss of ptsyer. la a grsad anralc produrMna and pic- turesqoe meloaramatK- comedy. I NCLEo DAuV LINO, Tb Heroins of tbe Lighthouse. aa aisssss romsaca, w ua sceaes aad caar aetrr ealireiy asw 10 tbe stags. Moa.. Tuea.. Wed., nest WAek VutM Rfataea YsudevillessBd AuatlaOitbaa'(caaiiaoa bght wetgnt ) Sparring Eikibttiooa. HYPERION THEATER. THE STODDARD LECTURES. I BRILLIANT HOFSES ALREADY ASSURED. LAST DAY OE COURSE SALE. Series of 8 Illustrated Lectures Two Courses Exactly Alike. Course A Evening of Jan. 18, Sd. ret. a, , lo. Course B Evenings of Jan. 20, si. reo. a. n, 17. L TRAVELS IX STJXKT SPAIN. IL MEXICO I ML WEI IOO II IV. JEKl'SU-EM. V. EuYPT aad lb KTLE. COURSE TICKETS, ear wna I tanned seats tor rise $1.50. $2.00, 2 SO. ' Secure Promptly and Avoid DisappolnttueBC. Jan st BCRrtrrT worth. Ms THE PEILE1RM0KI8 ORCHESTRA, FaVAJtE FTCBTT. IJAPrR Mnaac ruraisbra for Balls, Ooorerts, Sociables, etc. Oar Repertnlre oooaiBs of aO tbe Istast sad ssost popular pabaoaUtsm. Orders rsotcved at the Treat Mierard Co. a Mosie a. ore: p. PleML SXI FtmnkUs ft 411 Sea Excursions. PERSONALLY CONDUCTED. Second Brilliant Two Weeks Tour Through Florida. Tbs Ejgeii ud F ecrt&tlsB Co. T. E PETE. Maaagsr. Tbs trto. alegsat ut aS aa faatmsa. br aa rafl. from Savaassa Oa. u JscsssaviUs. St. Aurus ttaa. Winter Par Ksafora. Tsraps Bay aad port Tuma Enien miasm si las Poao lanLeaa aad all tbs best Sots a Tstsi cost tor sU srpsases fr-iV, Call or arad b C. R BOUTON, Agent, Derby iwpot, tor areolar or rail laformsuoa. sta tit RAYMOND'S VACATION EXCURSIONS. All Traveling Expenses Included. SPECIAL TRAIN THROUGH EUROPE. The party wfD Ira Kew York br Freoe Una steamer La Boorgogaa.' Saturday. February a aad beabsrat lI4dsatedsyuKaraps.wnk vasta to Marseilles, Nira, Moats Carlo. Mratnae.Geaaa, Pisa, Naples Ross. Fsyubo. tbs Italia sake. LoorrBS, (be Right. Milan. Venice. Trwwta, ttttos toes of Adeuburg Rods-Hsath. Con .taslisopte (id daral. Sofia. Belgrade. Vienna. Mtunca, .Vursm berg. lrd aa, Bsriuv Frsakfort, la Ban, Coiogu.Anisterdaai. lb HagoaRottartlsm, a sl wvrp, BrBssr I. Laadoa aad Pana. The special trsia (to be st ta Bunko of tb party taratigbetrt ths railway uut ssj I will ia olud Aaaneu rUseptrg oars, a bmlagjoar, ata other luxuries previously oakuowa o Eairopeaa travaa. 1H neat aoms ana Bumsrsws rmr rMes every where. Everything laomagbly Bna- rarry tuanea mauaiosra,- l sertprtva circulars ' Bl tnea ar trnrrrnaa fjTT-ititBfUTB tt .Tr Burma1 tH.vvTvV", KaUB, " ml"