Vol. L XI.
Friday, May 12, 1893.
-We are miking matter exceedingly
Interesting to customers. There
isn't any question bnt we can save
- A munificent line of Illuminated
Diagonals, 54 inohea wide, at $1.25
a yard. This cloth will be found
especially suitable for traveling oos-tnmrs.
A line of French Whipcords, 38
inohes wide, in all the new spring
colorings. Yon will find them
worthy of your attention. They
are goods that would bring 75c read
ily anywhere and be considered
excellent value ; they go at 58o yard.
An excellent assortment of Hopsack
Inga, 54 inohes wide, offered else
where as a big drive at $1 25 ; but
we let them go at even $1.00 a yard,
both fancies and plain.
Going to the World's Fair? Buy a
shower-proof, dust proof, porous
and flexible Cravenetie Serge, in
navy or black. Host satisfactory
material shown all prices.
THE aXOBOZ H. FORD OO.
FOB BENT. -
Two lam rooms coaaecttna. famished
or unrarnisnsa; moaern conveniences.
mySTtt 9S OLIVE STREET.
aax& and QoBxak
Furnished Front Room.
n na onto, oercrauy locaieo, mree aot
lara per week to two gentlemen. Also
small room, one dollar.
apltf - . -
TH THE JOOELYN. 115 York street, an
elegant apartment, i rooms, nam an
store room, all modern Imnrovements
hard wood finish, decorated, verandas, sanitary
plumbing ; select family, rent (425.00 ; janitor
service, steam neat, elevators. Apply to
WnXIAM GAY, owner, at The Gajloeton,
lis xonc. mnai n
Sta Cottap for .Rent
.rse. At Guilford : T rooms, furnished.
I i Also 7-room cottage at Crib Rock, Tbim
BwaLble Islands: furnished.
Also lam house in country to rent for the sea
ueorge a. isoeu,
mb31 ' 787 Chapel street.
Wutvilli ta Ian nipld Tru-it
n Bonding lota on Kala, Fountain, WMI
Prospect, Wniard, Alden, Barnetiand
ij -tt. in wen-
ville, for sale at prices ranging from two toten
osnts per square root, now m m un.vw,.r.
or particulars, oalloa or address
H. C Pardee,
19 tf 1M Fountain street, westvule.
12 one family houses. $20 to $50.
on Ma Af Iimiom CQ tn S3K A
made daily to our list. Call for a printed
JOHN T. SLOAN,
838 Chapel Street.
A Few Hundred Dollars Will Se
cure a ooa iiome.
street. House and barn, 89 Anburn Street,
Two-family bouse. He. 11 Clay street.
Two-family bouse, 480 Orchard street. All to Be
MM low If sold wltntn ten days. Also tor rear,
rat Boor, TSWoolsey street; first floor, 10 Hew.
Ball street; lis ronaea street; ui rwnai
It Congress aveaoa, and seoond Boor 89 Aubura
A. n. HOLRBIIi HOUBK aOYW, or-
tOK t OHUBGfl BTB
Haw nae-familv house on Sherman ave,
New one-family house on Shelter street.
rwn-r.mi,v houhb oil Dueiufr Binmh
Twn-rmlv limine with barn on Ward street.
One-family house with barn on West Chapel St.
JOHN C. PUNDEBFORD,
11 CHURCH STREET.
(Open Evenings.) mh87tt
762 to 768 Chapel Street.
Q House 8 rooms, cellar and attic ; recent
ly painted and in fine condition ; city and
well water ; set tubs ; large stone cesspool
new. Lot 40xlS6; nice fruit, grapes,pears,apples,
etc. Bitusted near West Chapel street and Syl
van avenue cars. Price for one week, 12500.
House would rent for 10 per cent.
Only a few left.
CHAS. D. NICOLL & CO.
83 OHUBCH ST. (Benedict B'ldg.), Boom 15.
offloe open evenings from T to 8 o'clock.
Japanese Hall Rugs,
i '' n i!
Our assortment of the
above goods is very com
plete at the present time.
Bargains in Heal Estate.
House on Clinton avenue; lot 72x175.
House on Clark street.
Splendid house on East Grand avenue;
large lot. t
Houses on Atwater street bargains.
Two-family house on Quinnipiac street.
Large 11-room house, fine condition, for sale or
Two-story shop with small power; water front;
ISO feet ot wharf property; splendid place for
Choice property at morns uove tor saie or rent.
UAntji are in oreat demand. Owners of prop
erty will do well to put the same on my list.
J. C. BRADLEY,
798 CHAPEL STREET.
Situate on the
-AT THE -
H. B. PERRY,
914 Chapel Street.
Boulevard Road, at Highwood P. 0.
QWithia easy reach of Shelton avenue
horse cars (in all probability soon elec
tric). Centervule omnibus passes the premise 1 daily.
A genteel cottage in good condition, contain
ing 9 rooms.
Spacious barn with ample carriage room, four
Size of lot 330x250, with fruit and shade trees.
Can be rented for a term of years.
This will make a desirable residence for any
party having: children who need outdoor exer
cise, or a family desiring quiet, within easy
reacn 01 ine city.
Apply or address
769 Chapel street.
L0TS1 LOTS! LOTS I LOTS!
City, Shore and Town Lots.
EDWARD M. CLARK,
Evenings? to 8. 191 CHUBCH BTBKET, Boom 18.
Starin's H. H. Transportation Line.
OWING to the burning of ov buildings, until
further notice freight will be received and
rered at end of Long Wharf.
William B. Miller,
my8 U AGENT.
108 ORANGE STREET.
Ball and Ante-Koom,
77a Chapel street, FOB BENT.
ap87 tt MENDEL St FHEEDMAW.
For Rent or Sale.
The private dwelling 1241 Cnapel street
f near uowei.
my8 7tt Apply at 129.
nVery desirable rooms, tarnished or un
furnished, suitable for married aad single
mmtm. geni toman, at
my8 7tt 909 ORANGE 8TBEBT.
A cottage of eiznt rooms.
Lawrence and St. Bonan streets.
Block house. 157 Bradlev street, net
Orange. Inquire at
mnai tf 801 CHAPEL BTBKET.
k Biz rooms, second floor, 68 Edwsxtfs st ;
modern conveniences; sixteen dollars. Ac-
ipiy mytu rtT iuo wtiajLwa.
1 irt - floor, containing six rooms, on
uuwa H&raeK. Apply to
mylU 7tt 75 HOWE BTHKriT.
Two connectine rooma on State street.
above Chapel, suitable for club rooms or
o races : si earn heat: hot and cold water.
mj9 tf Inquire at S6t STATE STREET.
t. Two third floor fiats, 7 rooms, steam beat,
ail improvements, 678 and so mate street.
utnqmre aps.tr WQBiATis piKMa.
First floor aod barn in rear of house No.
130 Foster street, corner of Linden: mod
ern conveniences well arraaeed. oleasant
and convenient, or premises for sale, inquire of
HAWED & HAKMOUHT,
mB tf Water Street, corner of Chestnut.
For Sale or Bent.
Have just completed two one family
cottages, containing 8 rooms each, on Feck
street near Atwater. frontinc- Clintoi
Park; all modern improvements. Call and see
them. WILLIAM KONOLD,
ap4tf 160 Clinton Avenue.
House and lot on Edwards street, near
w niinev avenne. florae naa ail moaern
conveniences, and is one of the handsomest
houses in that part of the city, will be sold at a
remarxaoie price ic soia soon, ror particulars
MER WIN'S REAL ESTATE OFTIOX,
my3 759 Chapel street.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
No. 113 Davenport avenue; comparative
ly new brick bouse; all modern improve
ments. Apply to
OHARLX8 H. WEBB,
8S0 Chapel Street.
(Monday and Saturday evenings.)
To Let in the Normandie,"
fUt (To select families,) elegant apartment
I is house -just finished ; now open for inspeo-
-S "- Suites of seven rooms, private ball
and store-room. All light, spacious, sunny
rooms, finished In bard wood ; model open
plumbing, steam beated, elegant decorations
and gas fixtures ; elevators ; unique natural
cherry and oak mantels, large set ranges, elec
tric bells, speaking tubes, electric door openers,
hall and vestibule tiled, stairs carpeted .Venetian
inside blinds ; janitor service. JOHN GAT,
York, cor. George. Can be seen from 10 to 12
a. m. ana z to p. m. myiu
Bull Lots for Sale.
SITUATE on Howe, Oak and D wight, and
known as the Maltby property.
For terms, etc., apply to
I. 0. WAR1OT & CO.,
106 ORANGE STREET.
The residence of the late O. S. Maltbv.
situate on Howe street, with a lot 100 feet
front by about 800 feet deep.
a. C. WARREN & CO.,
For terms, etc , apply to
108 ORANGE STREET.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Very desirable central property for sale
tenement house in Fair Haven pay
big 10 per cent.
new two family house in West Haven
in all parts of the city and
Houses and lots
Horace P. Hoadley,
49 Church Street.
Hoadley Building. Open Evenings.
J. M. LEE.
QA long list of desirable rents in all parts
of the city. Those desiring good tenants
should place their property here.
he Care of Real tstate a
- If AT U. -
I Hisa Watbb
TO WJHSEND In Washington. D. C, May 11th,
General E. D Townsend TJ. S. A., mepnew of
Miaa Emily Gerrr of this city t
HoN ALLY In this city, May 11, Ann, widow of
tne taie 'i nomas Men any
Funeral from her lata residence. 8f WMtlnr st
Saturday, Kay ISth, at 8:a0 am. Bequiem mass
at m. Marys fa. Ki J cnurca at a m. - v
CARROLL In this city, Uy 11th, Patrick Car-
- roij, aged l years.
Funeral from his lata residence, tl Baldwin St.
Saturday morning at 9;80. Solemn requiem
mgn mass at jonn s caurcn at iu o ciocc
HE17S BT TELEGRAPH.
From All Quarters.
PORT OF NEW HAVEN.
Sch Heibert K. Howes. Norfolk, coal to ER.
Sch a C. Davidson, LeKltes, NorfolK, lumber.
Sch Jacob M. Haskell, Doane, Norfo'k.
Sch Pulaski, , N.T.
Sch Yale, Grilling, Phila.
TN this citv. Mav loth, a ladva Swiss watch.
JL open f aoe ; owner a workiog girl. The finder
will be rewarded oa returnlna to
mylii ltt liwanaii AVENUE.
For the summer, a furnished house well
leca'ea, at a moderate price.
myl28tt 8 TEMPLE STREET.
CJEVERAL thousand dollars on improved real
estate. Apply to John s fowlkk,
Connty Court House.
ze. ND general feouework girls, city and conn
: references reouired :
25 Center street.
Seoond floor. Sherman avenue, six rooms
and Datoroom : set tuns, moaern oonven-
also halt of stable oa premises If desired. Pos
session May 1. Address
ap7 tr desirable, tew emoe,
For Sale or Exchange.
A good paying house ; would exchange
A cheap lot : would exchange for a
none or wagon.
B. E. Baldwin.
datw 818 Chapel street.
ONE omnibus, 7 carriages, two and four seat
ed, Barnesses, robes, blanket, etc..
At 142 Bradley Street,
Monday Morning;, May 15, at lO
my!28t EDWARD 0. BEECH ER.
EHY RI01HB ROSSlaN SURRY.
HAS BEEN VEBY LITTLE USED.
Also, a Piano-Box Buswr in mod eandltfnn.
Both built by BROCKET r & TUPTLE.
Will be sold cheat), either toaether-r aisirle.
Oan be seen at stables,
245 Orchard Street,
myll tf Near Chapel street.
No, for pleasure and profit, that's
what yon boy Spring Carpets and
Furniture and other Household
Nature fits op anew every Spring
a good example.
Have joo been through oar ten
floors of handsome Housekeepings!
Not without baying, of coarse.
Let as give yoa an estimate on
what yon want.
GASH OR Oil EISY PAYMENTS.
P. J. KELLY & 00.,
Grand Avecce. Church Strict.
Promptness and regularity assured.
Two-familv house on Chsoel street, below Olive.
In fine condition, can be bouzbt verv low.
Many other bouses in different parts of the
city, uottagee at ine snore ana m ine country.
Fruit and poultry farm near this city.
Money to loan at S per cent. Call at
H. F. BL0GG & BR0.,
699 Chapel Street, Haw Haven.
FULL LINE OF
Stores, Beds and Bedding,
Baby Carriages, etc.
Character la Credit.
Goods on Weekly Payments.
Store open 7 a. m. to 8: SO p. m. Saturday and
Monday evenings until 10 o'clock.
lO ORANGB STREET.
HYGEIA ICE BOXES.
WE HAVE THE
HORTB STAR REFRIGERATOR, the Best and Moit Durable in the Market.
Aho the Old Reliable EDDY, and Other Makes.
OYER 80 STYLES TO SELECT FROM.
Call and get a copy of 15 reasons Why Yoa Should Bay the North Star Refrigerator.
T. W. CORBETT, 29 and 31 Broadway,
NEW HA YEN.
We offer this -week a few cases A. & R. Loggie
Canned Blueberries ; 10c per can, former price 15c
We also reduce our price on solid packed Sifted
Golden Pumpkin to 10c per can, for this week only.
In Evaporated G-oods we have a fine stock of
Peaches, Apricots, Raspberries, etc.
HAVE YOU TRIED K0RNLET ?
It is delicious for making Fritters, Griddlecakes,
Gems, Puddings, etce. At the
Boston Grocery, 926 Chapel Street, cor. Temple.
N. A FTJLIiERTON, Proprietor.
We have iust received a choice line of Hardwood
Refrigerators, well finished, good solid .Brass and
Bronze Trimmings, with good locks; good 'enough
in appearance to put anywhere. These we are selling
very low ; look them over before buying elsewhere.
How about Bedding- ? We offer for a few days on
ly, or while they last. 100 best Crocked Cotton Mat-1
tresses, $5.50, reduced from $8.00 and $10. Husk
and Cotton Top Mattresses $3.00. reduced from $4.
We have left about 25 pieces of those Velvet CarH
vets at 87 1-2 cents, good value at $1.10. Come now.
they cannot last but one or two days longer; cannot
Parlor. Chamber and DininsrRoom' Furniture
A lartre and choice line of Brocatelle Parlor Suites,
made in our own factory ; no intermediate profit ;
you save folly one-tnira.
. ..He B, ARMSTRONG & CO.,
- Promoters of jow Prices.
8007 Orajago Otreot. ; "
16. B18. 821. (Imo barn, it desired).
first or second floorg,elegant rents,0 rooms;
new. stylish houses Ferrv and English
streets: choice homesfor select families: hot and
I cold water, range, aink, boiler, bathroom, wash
bowl, tank supply closets, soapetone washtubs,
gas pipes; elite roors, orownstone unaerpinmng,
I cemented cellars: refrigerator aocommodatioDs;
cmna closets duui in; nara wooa nnian, eiegaob.
lv oaoered. rtint lire mouldines in each room : sep
I arate entrances, verandas, balconies, cellars
I and all conveniences; concrete waucs; nneiawns;
eiecrant neiennornooa: scnoois. cnurcnes ew .
State street cars (soon to be electric) to Ferry
street. Call at premises any day ; two minutes
from cars. CHART. TO GAY, (Owner)
mhls tf 201 English, near Ferry street.
TIEPOBT of the condition of THE NEW
I HAVEN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, at
New Haven, in the State of Connecticut, at the
close of business. May 4th, 1893 :
Loans and discounts $ 805,959 29
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 51 24
TJ. 8. bonds to secure circulation 50,000 00
Stocks, securities, etc 114,925 00
Due from approved reserve agents 105,59 49
Lrne rrom omer iNation&t raiiKS ii.io m
Banking house, furniture and fixtures. 6,000 00
Current expenses and taxes paid
Checks and other cash items
Exchanges for clearing house
buisoi otner Dames
Fractional paper currency, nickels and
Legal tender notes
Redemption fund with TJ. S. Treasurer
(.5 per cent, oi circulation;
urerwM referral to the exeoatr? com
mute. - The following npplementarj
IMoloUona war rsDorted ana adopted.
. Slnoe the last national assemblage of ro
pablloana the patriotto oitiaana throughout
rna tan a nave mat an irreDarauie tows ui
the deaths of R. B. Hayes and J. O. Blaine.
Baaolved, That- a oommlttea be ap
pointed to Invest! irate and report the eon
dttlon of the nartr in the south era states.
Tbs republican party is the party of the
people aad the purposes of it creation
was the deatrnoUon of slavery ana the
(rreateet possible expansion of human lib-
Asked to JKake Good Their ZSHSU,3
person from any republican club or or
ganisation on account of religious belief
merits the condemnation of the league.
The league adjourned to meet la Den-
Tar in Hay next.
. LATBSI HITCHET STOUT.
GALL TO TAB DEMOCfiATS
tSBBOtBEB ALMY IS WEAKC11K6.
It is Feared He Will Collapse
on the Scaffold.
SECRETARY GARLISLl'S NEW ACT.
Decisions of His Predeces-
sors Set Aside.
. $1,236,610 27
JUST HALF PRICE I
Fverv On WARRANTED !
awav w w m J waw mm war wwwwwwvwvw mmm mmr m
10 inch, SJ2.75.
12 inch, S3.00.
14 inch, ,3.40.
16 inch, $3.80.
E 00 to be sold before June 1st.
COX & LYON,
776 Chapel Street.
Capital stock paid in 350,000 00
Surplus fund 175,000 00
Undivided profits 67,001 4V
National bank notes outstanding 45,ouu uu
Dividends unpaid 951 30
Individual deposits subject to check. .. 548.3C0 71
Demand certificates of deposit 38,625 08
this to other National banks 673 31
Due to state banks and bankers 1,0:3 38
State of Connecticut. Countv of New Haven, ss:
I, H. Q. Bedfleld, Casbior of the abov
named bank, do solemnlv swear that the above
statement is true to the best of my knowledge
and oeuer. jti. . ittur ir,i.u, jasmer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this lltn
dayol Slav, is.
V PinwimThrTERIr,. HntjunrPiirilin.
n-.y.ir.K I k.i . tSIUUUlKU, I
F. 8. PORTER. 5- Directors.
EDWARD E. BRADLEY, )
Smith's Best Moquettes,
With and Without Borders;
One Dollar and Ten Cents
Also Brussels, ' '
BROWN & DURHAM,
Oomylote Hania Farniabera.
vrange ana venurr otrevta.
Open Krenlnga. -
Our Shoes Are Qd Top.
The particular Shoe referred to is our
All for $3.25,
Yoa will be rarprited ai the 3TYO;
ITT aad COMFOKT we get Into this Shot
for the prloe. " Look at them before yoa
pat your foot into any other shoe.
A. B. GREENWOOD,
773 Chapel Street
We give away BHEPPU PHOTOGRAPHB ot ths
WOBU, that retail at 15.00. .
-tore aia d Wednamaay a4 Thnrsdar fcn m m
Tbe Repn kllean Clubs iBCenveatloai
la One of Tbeau Call Vpoo (he Dena
oerata to Fulfill Their Proaalaei
Maele Daring; (lie Caaapalgno Steers
Are Sleeted New Haven Delegates
Honored with Important Po
Loxrrsvrxxn, May 11. The convention
as called to order at 10:80 o'olook by
President Clarkaon. The delegate wero
all present. The committee on credentials
made its report. The rolea adopted to
govern the convention were those of the
fifty-first congress, over whloh Thomas B,
The committee on resolutions made its
report, which was received and read. It
touched upon almost every queetlon of
publlo lntereat now before the country, In
cluding resolutions of respect to the
memory of the late James Gh Blaine,
Jamea Blount, a colored delegate from
Alabama, offered a few criticisms on the
republican party for its seeming negleot of
the negro In the swath. He said the re
publican party waa the only party to
which the colored men oonld look for pro
tection and he hoped the party would not
retrograde from the position It held under
the administrations of Lincoln and Grant.
A lively discussion arose over a resolu
tion regarding the restriction of Immigra
tion. It recited that all immigrants be de
nied admission to this oountry who oonld
not read In the English language.
uaptaln Allen moved to indefinitely
postpone the resolution. He said it waa
on-republican and on-American, and
should be killed. His motion prevailed.
A resolution waa adopted denouncing
the action of the Union League clab of
New York for refusing admission to mem
bership to a Hebrew. Several speeches
were made in support ot me resolution in
which the action of the club was oritiotzed
in the severest terms.
The resolutions recommended by the
committee on resolutions for adoption were
then taken op ana eonsiaerea one at a
time. When the resolution offered by Dr.
Blackwell yesterday was read a motion waa
made that it be adopted. This caused a
furore all over the house. A score of dele
gates were clamoring for the floor. Order
was at lengtu restored, ana a ai vision was
oalled for, and as a result the resolution
was adopted by vote of 375 Teas to 185
xne report or me commutes on resolu
tions was as follows:
We. the republican representatives of re-
Dnblioan clubs in convention astembled, re
affirm oar devotion to the principles of the
republican party as enunoiated by the na
tional convention of low.
We nolnt with nride to the casaeee of a
general law Tor the safety of life and limb
of railway employes upon the recommen
dation of President Harrison, by a repub
lican conirresa and In conformity with the
expressed pledge of the national republican
We declare that we are heartily In sym
pathy with every legislative enactment
whloh will promote the interests 01 tae
wage earners and tend to equalise con
ditions and harmonize the relations be
tween labor and capital, always regarding
the moral and material welfare of ths great
body of the people as the primary object
to be attained, and recommend, as one of
the most effective means to attain this end,
the establishment of system of arbitra
tion for ths adjustment of differences
arising between labor and capital. We
declare our faith in gennine seoret ballot
laws, fortified by efficient acts for the
suppression of corrupt practices in elec
We demand the enforcement of existing
laws by the duly constituted officers of the
law, and demand the abolition of the sys
tem of private armed foroes represented by
the nnxerton ana like agencies.
We demand the suppression of all publlo
gambling, whether in food produots or by
means 01 lottery tickets.
We heartily urge an amendment to the
constitution making the president ineligi
ble to a seoond term.
We recommend to the favorable consid
eration of the republican slnbs,as a m atter ot
education, the question of granting to the
women of the state and nation the right to
vote at all elections on the same terms and
conditions as male citizens.
The foreign policy of Beniamln Harrison
and James Gt. Blaine deserved and reoeived
the commendation of all Americans who
believe in preserving the righte and dig
nity of the United States and in extending
the scope of its innuence. in aoooraanoe
with that polloy we reaffirm our determina
tion to encourage the enforcement ox ine
Monroe doctrine, not only as it applies to
North and 8onth America, but also to
those Islands in ths Atlantio and Pacific
whloh are or may beoome necessary to the
protection of our ooast line and our iraae
Whereas, xne aemoorauo party ior tae
first time in thirty-two yeare has succeeded
to power in Doth the exeoutlve ana leaisia
tive departments we now aircot attention
to the fact that it should either give the
people a fair trial of the polloy advocated
In its national platform or admit that It
gained its supremacy by gross misrepre
sentation and hypocrisy.
The report waa adopted, section oy sec
The roll of states was then called for
names of vice presidents and members of
the executive eommittee. The names given
included the following:
Connecticut Vice president, John w
Lowe; executive, committeeman, Edmund
Maine Vloa president, J. u. urnm-
mond, jr ; executive committeeman, Jo-
serjh H. Manlev.
Massachusetts vice presiaent, J. v.
Gill; executive committeeman, J. Henry
New Hampshire vloe president, O. H,
Bartlett: exeoutlve committeeman, S. J,
Bhode Island Exeoutlve committeeman,
H. K Teoke.
President Clarkson then oalled for nom
nations for president of the league. Cali
fornia nominated m. a. u xoong 01 Ban
Franolaoo. Illinois nominated rv . w.
Traoey of Springfield, I1L Pennsylvania
named uenerai uan wiasn. aussaonu-
aetta aeoOnded Traoey. The ballot resulted
as follows: Traoey 903, DeYoung 404, Hast
ings 418. The election 01 Mr. xraoey was
made unanimous, a. storm 01 applause
followed. The new president waa escorted
to the chair and made a speech. He
thanked the convention for the honor con
ferred upon him, and among other things
Illinois baa faltered bnt onoe In her re
publicanism since the formation of the
nartr. and inspired as they are by the 00m-
nnment von nave naia una 10 a a v. 1 can
say that the young republicans of the state
of Lincoln, Grant and Logan will see to It
that she soon resumes ner zormer place in
the renublleaa column. . I believe that
very young man in this convention will
return to hia home with a determination
to use his bast energies and activities for
nartv work and to route the enemy from
publlo ofioe. f the republican party will
be sneeessf nl In the future It most obtain
and retain through these olabs the alla-
stanee of tnoosauos 01 Twang
who yearly enter upon the threeh
hold of manhood. Over 1,000,000
yoong man will oast their first
voted at the next national election. In the
hands of these yoong men rests the future
political destiny of the nation. . We most
stndy how to lntereat that in our organi
sation, and to be successful must all times
take advanced Tjoeition In the dally increas
ing problems of party and national lntsr-
awt " ' .." '
The convention took a recesa and reas
sembled with President Traoey In the
chair, the election of secretary and tree-
DlabeUef That It la the One Dee 1st
Borden Blarder PreparaUena for
Llzsle Borden's Trial A Lcaat One
Baadred Jarysaen Will be Called.
Nnw Bzdvord, .May 11. The Evening
Standard printed a rumor that another
hatchet, closely ooancoted with the Bor
den case had been found la Fall Biver, and
displayed the . story with so much so
head aad apparent importance, that for
minute the community was led to believe
that there was really something In it The
most surprising part of the story, how
over, was the f sat that the Standard should
be misled into attaching so mnoh Import
ance to it.
Sines the killing of Mr. and Mrs. Bor
den there have been hatchets and hatchets
found, some covered with ehleken blood
and eome with rust. In fact it la stated
that no less than ninety hatchets with
whloh the murdera might have been 00m
mltted, have been laid away on the shelf,
apparently labeled, bat that there la proof
mat any or tnem is the identical na tenet
with whloh the doable murder was done
remains to bs disclosed at the trial.
Meanwhile preparations for the trial are
. - . . . .
going forward rapidly. ' Already nearly
every available room at the Parker house
haa been engaged for the judges, the Jury
and those who will be obliged to attend
this Important session of court, and the
ether hotels have advanoed engagement.
Notice has been sent to this city to Sim
eon Borden, tr , assistant clerk of the
oourte, that lists would be sent him at
onoe, from whloh he oonld make up ven
ires for jurors to be need In the Borden
case. Because of the peculiar oironm-
stanoes attending this case, It la estimated
that over 100 jurors will be summoned
into court. As is probably well known.
each side in a ospltal case haa the
right to challenge twenty-two men.
This disposes of forty-four out of the
number which may be summoned. They
have then a right to challenge for oaose any
number they may see fit to, and when this
fact is taken into connection with the fact
that a large number of those summoned
may have decided opinions as to capital
punishment and may have formed Ideas of
their own in regard to ths lnnooenoe or
guilt ef the prisoner, it oan be readily eeen
that a large number of jurors will be needed.
Already the remarks "They will never
convict her." "They can't get a jury that
will agree," are heard on every aide.
Court officials of long experience predict
that the trial will last three weeks surely.
and perhaps four. The oonrt house will
furnish rather indifferent facilities for the
army of reporters and typewriters who will
attend the trial, and the county commis
sioners are racking their brains for ways
and means for accommodations.
HIS D1CUTEB KILLED.
While Trylaa- to Prevent Her Pa
rent's Snlclde, Enema Batterwarth
Receives n Ballet In Her Brain and
Dies 8bortIy After.
Spbingfixld, Maas., May 11. Warren
O. Batterworth, aged eeventy, of Warren,
committed sulolde this afternoon about 1
o'clock by shooting himself through the
head with a rifle. His daughter, Emma,
aged twenty-three, who was t'jlng to pre
vent her father from doing this rash act,
reoeived the bullet In ber brain after it had
passed through her father's head and she
died at 8:30. f
Mr. Butterworth had been in ill health
and despondent, and insanity is supposed
to have beea ths cause. He told a neigh
bor earlier In the day that he Intended to
kill himself, and Mr. Butterworth'a sous
were notified. A physician was sent to
the house and he waa there when the deed
was done. He was not near enough to
prevent it, as Mr. Butterworth suddenly
seized his rifle and rushed to the barn, fol
lowed by hia daughter and the doctor.
Mr. Butterworth has long been an es
teemed resident of the town and the whole
oommunity feels the shock of ths tragedy.
He leaves a widow ana three ouiiaren.
NATIONAL BANKS CLOSED,
Suspension of Another Chicago Insti
tution A Bank In Indianapolis Also
Chicago, May 11. The Columbia Na
tional bank of this city closed its doors
this morning and Mr. Sturgls, the bank ex
aminer, Is in oharge. Its capital is $1,000,
000. The statement of its oondition at the
oloee of business on May 4 showed deposits
of $1,458,000, loans and discounts $1,625,
000, United States and other bonds, $341,-
000; cash and Bight exohange, $618,000.
The concern held a lot of local securities,
whloh had been raided to the danger point.
It was also carrying a lot of grain for local
parties, and was said to be loaded with
The concern had been in business sbout
six years. It waa formerly the United
States National bank, but changed Its
name, as It claimed then, in order to put
it higher up In the alphabet in the bankers'
directories, and thus get considerable bus
iness whloh would not corns to it it fur
ther down ths list.
Zlmri D Wiggins is the president. L. Eve-
ringham was formerly at the head, but re
tired about the first of the year. A great
many board of trade Arms earned aooounta
there, and tne line or grain oarnea Dy it
will now eo to other concerns. L. Everlng
ham, the former presldent,had but a small
aocouut with the concern ana caasea an
announcement to be made from the gal
lery of the board to-day that its embarrass
ment would not eseot hia firm in any way,
lifatANArOLig, Hay 11. The Capital
National bank of this city, located on
South Meridian street, suspended this
morning. The statement is made that the
closing of the bank doors waa made neces
sary by the failure of the Chemical Na
tional bank of Chicago last week, which
institution owed the Capital bank $100,000.
ALHT IS WKAKWIUC.
A aasplelea That His Kaaaarkakle
Herve la MrlBc Way-Fears That
Thers Hay a Painted SeaM the
Cowoonn, N. H., May 11. There Is a
universal opinion expressed in Concord
that It la quite poaslbl that there will be a
collapse and a scene at the gallows next
Tuesday. It is anticipated that the mur
derer of Christie Wardea will bs carried to
the scaffold. Denntw Waidait PnU.i
of tie state prison dees not believe though
that Almy will make a eeene. He said to
a reporter who called at the lnstltutioa
"A aeileva that the man win preserve hia
present demeanor to the end? and will go
under much, as hs la behaving now, with
no apparent change In hia manner or ap-
pearanoe; and I don't believe that be will
make any statement.
Almy's sell Is reported as doable locked
and his guard on the outside. He might
yet by a qalsk movement cheat ths gallows
before those bolts could be thrown back
and the death watch get at him.
When the reporter asked toe privilege of
speaking to Almy hs waa vary positively
and decidedly refused.
The execution is to be private or as near
ly so as it is possible to make U and eon
form with the laws of New Hampshire.
There will be the necessary witnesses to
the requisite number, "all of whom a
not be reporters," aatd the sheriff. Ha
will also nave a proper number of depu
It Is not ths custom in New Hamnahlra.
aa in atssaannnastis, to read the death
rant to ths prisoner lust prior to his exe
cution as a part of the Impressive cere
monies incident to the ead ooeaslon, but
the prisoner has had copy of the docu
ment placed In his hand soma time slnoe.
ana nas naa ample tune to pernae it.
as a matter ot law he might be taken to
ths scaffold and hnntr without any lnadliw
or ine warrant at ail.
The prison ta so Isolated from the cllv
in matter or aistanos that there la hardly
Likely to be any very large gathering of the
morbidly curious about the entranoe to the
institution. "Though," as the deputy re
marked, "there is likely to be full as many
as ws care to have."
The sheriff baa received letters of appli
cation rrom many persons in Mew rork.
from Utioa and other places, aaVing the
privilege to be present.
ON THKB1U PIKLS.
Pitcher Haddachi Wu BeapasiBlhle
For the Brooklyn! Tessa's Defeat-
Brookltb. Msy 11. Pitcher Haddock
was mainly responsible for the defeat ox his
team to-day. He waa batted freely aad at
the right time. Sunning catoheo by Grif
fin, Sohoch and Carroll and the fielding of
Long, Daly and Corcoran wero the feat
area. The score:
illll o t
0 0 0 S 0 08
Hi ta Boston 8. Brooklyn a Errors. Rl ft.
Brooklyn 2. Baueri-s Nichols sad BeaaeO;
Haddock and Daly.
WASHIKOTOlf 6, BALTIMOBX 3.
Baltimore, May 11. Washington won
from Baltimore to-day because of timely
batting In the second and fourth Innings.
Baltimore 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 S 08
Washlngtoa 0804000.0 08
Bila Baltimore A Washinrtaa A Krrara
Baltimore 1. Wsshinrtoa 8. Battariee HcMa-
hon, Bcovey aad Boblaaoa; Meeela aad FarreU.
HEW YORK 15, PHrLADaXmiA 9.
Phila dklphia, May 11. The Giants got
a grip on to day'a gams In the second and
strengthened tt as ths oontest progressed.
Both teams batted hard. Ths soore:
New York lSSlSOtl 015
Hits-New York SO. PhUadelDhla 16. Errors-
New York 3, PbUsdelphla 4 Batteries King.
Busie and McMahon; Weyhiog, Taylor and
louis vnxa 6, pittbbubo 4.
PnrBBuRQ, May 11. Louisville took ths
lead in the first inning to-day, and waa
never headed off. A doable play by Jen
nings and Pfeffer, Brown's baas running
and Smith's catch of a long fly were the
features. The soore:
.. 11800011 0-8
Hits-Flttsbunr 11. Louisville 18. Srrers Pit
tsburg 5, Louisville 8. Batteries KUlea aad
stack; tscranoa ana unm.
THE TBBATV WITH KTJSSIA.
It Is Expected in Washington. On the
Next European nail.
Washington, May 11. The extradition
treaty with Russia is expected here by the
next European mail. Report ss to its re
ceipt here are aaid by confidential officials
at the white house and at the state depart
ment to be destitute of truth. The pro
mulgation of the treaty, it is anticipated,
will immediately follow closely upon its
receipt la the ordinary routine of official
Its arrival is expeoted wilhin the next
three or four days. Ratifications were ex
changed in Russia April 20.
CHEERS AND LAUGHTER.
. . BOTH PlTEBBlitn
apaklieaas and Carllala Maniac a
StroBsT right Acalnst ths CMTarw
naastt Bill PwtpavlasT she Hnnlci-
y .rm, Hay 11. The repabUoana and
Oarllsta are making atrongght against
the government bin pselpuiitng the nt
nleipal slsottoa antil Nov saber. Both
groups have folio wed a oourss of snramlt
ting obstruction la the eortes. The depu
ties have eat for thirty hours without
Intfirffil and the opposition show no
signs of wavering. The reason given by
the frovsrnraent for deferring the election
is that at the last municipal election the
tae republloans won by widespread forga
rias, aad that to purge the electoral lists
sad to guarantee aa honest vote will re
quire eevsrel months' work.
The republicans prepared to lead an im
mense pro session of electors to the doors
of the oortee to-day and to present a peti
tion against the bill. The polios fotbade
the demonstration, bat, nevertheless, vast
erowda have gathered around the parlia
mentary building and all the a treats in ths
aeUhborbood are filled with people. The
corridors of the building are lined with
polios, several companies are drawn op on
the outside and oa the s venues the Bomber
of offioers haa beea quadrupled.
So far ths polios have been able to dis
perse the crowds without violanos. As
soon as a street Is closed the people begio
to reassemble. The government has In
creased the guards la all publlo offioea.
The cabinet it la reported is oonstdattog
ths expediency of withdrawins the bill al
lowing ths eleotion to take plaoa, aad then
cancelling Its results oa the ground of the
Each aids la the oontest ears thev are
determined to alt until their opponents
give In. There la every or aspect that the
aitting will be continued until midnight
on Saturday when it will be neosasary to
adjoarn over Sunday.
Tbs ministers aad deputies sat and sleep
la the house. All are haggard and worn.
The pnbllo prosecutor haa ordered that the
two principal republioaa newspapers ta
Madrid be seised.
wFanderinc in Boaro.
Jena D. Kelly ef Walerbarr Feaad
the Streets and beat t the Ho
Wltal He ta Very 111.
Bosroa, May 11. The polios found
man wandering about Old Cambridge last
evening suffering from eome Illness and
unable to give an account of himself. He
was taken to station 1, where be gave the
name of John D. Kelly, bat could not tell
In bis pockets be had $230 In bills and a
bank book of a Waterbnry bank showing
a deposit of $500. The man Is evidently
from Waterbnry, Conn. He waa taken ta
the hospital. He is evidently suffering
irom some nsaa trouou ana is vary lu.
A WVBDT WAR.
aa Cent a 1st
far a fall W
1 00 ESS08 rlrt r" fo- lawadry.
A TOTJwatwttwde chambtrvark eadtakw
ears oc saiatiwa. ASdr
a eiiuAiiun to se
XX. eae wao
X. Q-. this eam
Coafaslon la the
a the Irish
SECRETARY CARLISLE'S ACT.
He Seta Aalde the Deelalaaa of Six of
Washington, May 11. Secretary Car
lisle to-day set aside the deolalona of six of
his predecessor and decided that the stat
ute of 1874, known as the anti-moisty act,
except In oases of smuggling, debars all
offioera of the United States from reoelvlng
a moiety of informers' share of a fine on
account of information given in referenoe
to violation of the statutes.
This decision is based on an opinion by
Attorney General Olney. The significance
of It la understood to be a general lighten
ing of the treasury purse strings and a re
quirement that auditors, accounting offi
oera and others shall not aooept precedents
for their guidance, but speoino law.
More Scenea of
House of Con
Home Rale Bill.
London, May 11. In the house of com
mons to day on committee on the home
rule bill William Redmond, Parnellite,
moved as an amendment to the bill that
the two branobes of the Irish legislature
should be dttlgnated the earns as ths house
of oommons. Irish Secretary Morley op
posed ths motion. The amendment was
rejeoted 483 to 34.
George Bartlett, conservative, moved the
omission of the first clause of the horns
rule. Timothy Healey, antl-Parnellite, in
quired whether it was in order to discuss
the rejection of the whole bill on s motion
thus concerning but one olause. The chair
man ruled that the motion waa in order.
Joseph Chamberlain, leader of the liberal
unionists, commented upon the scarcity of
amendments proposed by supporters of the
government He said he supposed they
recognized the fact that the bill waa only a
sham one. lie believed Ulster should be
excluded from the operation of the bllL In
conclusion he asked why the Irish members
bsd so suddenly become dumb.
Lord .Randolph Uburcnlll then excitedly
oharged Timothy Heeley with remarking
that Mr. Chamberlain eeemed to be under
the weather. Mr. Healey protested that
he had said nothing at all. Several Irish
members explained simultaneously that
when Mr. Chamberlain said the nationalists
were dumb somebody bsd responded
"Xou are never dumb; It would be bet
ter If yon were." Thie explanation pro
voked a aoene or oonfualon whloh was end
ed by the ohalrman's call for order.
Mr. Gladstone denied the truth of Mr.
Chamberlain's insinuations that the sup
porters of ths government bad closed their
ears to srgument- Mr. Bslfonr, leader of
the unionists moved that the chairman re
port progress. Ulster members, hs said,
had no opportunity to speak. Mr. Morley,
chief secretary f r Ireland resisted thie
motion and moved cloture. The chairman
Ignored the motion and put Mr. Balfour's
motion, which waa rejeoted by a vote of
804 to 280. Cheers and laughter followed
the announcement of the vote.
Statements by sir t aarlea Baaeell
Nearly Jeopardised the t hole Ber
ing Sea Arbltrallea.
Pajub, May 11. A wordy war alter-
oatlon which followed a etatement by Sir I
Charles Bussell this afternoon waa eo hot
that It threatened to jeopardies the whole
Bering eea arbitration. Sir Charles, Mr.
Morgan, Lord Hannen, Baron da Cooroel,
Mr Phelps and JosUoe Harlan spoke with
high spirit and occasionally with bitter
Senator Monran aod Mr. Phelps declined
to guarantee that the United States would
acoord daoiaaws for selaarsa. svasi if ths
tribunal decided against them. Lord Han
Then oar arbitration la useless and the
whole question will be reopened."
Finally the dlmoulty was etnatied tem
porarily by the decision that the discussion
of the question oi iiaoimy oe postponed.
Canada's New Governor.
London, Msy 11. It Is officially stated
that ths Earl of Aberdeen has been sppolnt-
cd governor general of Canada In place ef
the Karl of Derby, formerly riaron Blarney
of Preston, who la about to retire from the I
Receptloa of the Cnehoo Whist Clab.
very enjoysbls reception was given by
ths Cuckoo Whist club last evening at Tern
halL Among those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Abel Dookendorf, Misses M. R. Bus-
sell, B. B. McDowell, A. Lochmanof Phil
adelphia, Mies Dunpsoo, Miss Grace Nlch-
olr, Miss Agnes Townsend, Miss Morton,
the Misses Larrom, alls uarns wngnt,
MUa Gertrude Frlnk, Mice Grace Pike,
Miss Price. Messrs. Fred Strong. F. G.
Crab. Fred Ford "93 8 . Potter 83 8., Paul
Kllmpke, Liouia Baldwin, Kooert weiimen,
S. W. Poet. Edward Bussell, Walter Mee-
oham Spencer, H. F. Hosley, J. U. Crab,
Stars Crab and A. S. Thompson.
BAD ECZEMA ON BABY
Head one Solid Sore. Itching Awful.
Had to Tie His Hands to Cradle.
Cured by Cuticur&
Onr mil bov broke oat en his heftd ith bad
form of eeztiia, when be wm four moatha old.
q inra fcuiswo UW.-HIIS. uts urcy saw - k
V then nsed vonr three Cuticura RsaSDiBs,
and ivfLtr tuinff Ubem eleTeii weeks, exactly ecoord.
log vo a i rtcuoasi , oe Deru
to eteedlljr improve, od
iter the dm of Ommq for
eerto mODth bin hred vm
cntirelr welL wben we
begn Osdogltbl b?d wm
eeoiKi eore iromloe crown
to ilia erebrow. It
eio ell over bie eere, moet
of file face, RAd tRn&ll pLftore
on cUflerent parte of bis
bod y. There were etxteea
week that we bed tc keep
ble bands tied to the crad se
aod bosd then wbea be
wee taken no : end bed to
ketp mlttene tied on hie hands to keep hia fLoeer.
Balls oat of the eoree, ee he would scratch If be
oould la any way get bie hands loose. W e know
roar Con cm RiniDm eared bun. We feel
safe In recommend ine them to others.
GEO. B. a fA2kTTA HARRIfl, Webster. lad.
mrlt H tot Pa fcK STREET.
vtMmv rirt a auaanoa to eo
i ws or aipai work as a private
lv. Can (or tweoa's at
yltl.t 181 AETXrM BTBEET.
A WOMAN to oooa. rua aod Irrm. Calet
HKS. MIX, WflstviUe.
CT mm isata. I s itlas SMirttf batp ahsaaf
call a a. Tba a S another way yams
waiL Wa bava taswa in In Mini hcr mix
kaow aad supply ail tbe bast. Rets foreev klai
w wwrc oaa always
(be work i
laagiaewt. cararqUy satirmn paly taose tasa will
oe ue wore rwttlreA. FIbmA oAaa. bast I
I ta New Eariaed.
77 Chapel etrwet.
A OOO. for waiuns a4 ajinwat; Swedish
or Gsnnea peetenvd. rul at
89 Els SVRJtrJT.
beat oUy rater-
IS STErKJtS STREET.
A com rirt la amwd
a -a. OTvae uaur
A SnTATlOX by a ooapeteat
Ko. fEA HI STRKET. Chy.
BARBS smklBC eaployamit If they will
tfaeilr iirofi ax ta aca kr
Offlo Haass A. 4 Oaapet suwst. wuptii; t
will be footx) for Uhb. nyt ?rt
ABRJQHT. hMrtUcrat hoy. Iw orroav
teea swan oM, to So ofBoe work. Alan,
waaksd, a good btU derk sot ovnrlwvty five
rears oi as. Addrea P. O. TRAWEB No u
Vt tt KewBsvea, Conn.
GIRLS for good femilirs: I bavs buttor jilsiii s
tbaa oaa be nhliiafil Is aay iar war.
myi rat mkh. BABB. 41 Slav
rrtO bay ror oaah, awewad baad book, tnra.
A. stara, paper aorvia. ta lrv or eotall aact
laa. OLD BOOK SI ORE.
"Tf ICYCLE Vk-tor preum.tAc. VI mak:
X 9 ctaas oatMUtKMl ; wot worm aay:
A atrtrtJy fala-a-frrsda f-ttia
tar orooa ior
lxi.i nine at bour
"Tl VCR bloom l.r raoouiiy ri: afa
All cheap at A&SOU-&, Ibi Winchester aws-
aue, new riavsa fare 7t
T7TTKSKION top emiviar'. la rood
'J vuitaote tor on. or two nnrws
myt 7t W CRI RCR KTREET. Roam
IfTAKTEO. fl eralolaaa ma: aooaol
V V ad apply: oowte tsrwarwd to work.
lyin at petee CT. L.UK. w aiitarford.
Hn. R- Colin
HAS rMWDod rraes Ke York, her health ta
pioswd. aad la bow ready to dal la cast-off
dothiec. oarpeta. eta. A postal diiw-tod ta Sift
Grand stooim wtil receive prona pk. a. trouoa.
THE sood will, stock. Akuuvm, born, watroeis.
etc . of tb maraet Not u aad OX Stale
For partrulara squire r artdr.as
FREDRR1CK C LI M. Knxlnr,
65 Orafe Strmt. Room No. 4.
Office boors II to II aod 4 toS. mrlt
supplied with a view to possible
emergencies. Say your dinner does
not arrive and the unexpected guest
does? A can of Soup, a tin of some
of the many excellent Meats, some
palatable and dainty Relish, on hand.
would be worth twice its cost at such
a time. Would it not be safe to
keep a stock in the house? We
have them, the latest and best var
ieties and all of such a quality as we
One Night, Friday. Hay 12.
In the Great C Jasic Opera,
PAULINE BALL la her orieiBal creatioa of
the title role as piarofl by ber a thousand timss
at tbe Oasiao. New York.
Produced with aereat cast, chorus of 40 voices;
special scenery, oasuunes aal aocewsortes from
the oriirlBal daslroM'.
mces i jo, ft to, 75c, K5c Sals of seats bow
Tbe new blood sad 8Mb Purifier, eod erteet of
Humor Reniediee, cieeaeee tbe brood of ell impart
Uee and poieoooae ettrmeDte, end thne retnovee tbe
e&ueo. whlie Cunci'aU. tbe arrets, ekio cure, and
Ctmcou 6oaj, ea exquisite mkia bsaauiidr.Carer
th9 ekio and ecelp. end restore Ibe heir. Teuatne
CrmcoRA Re x ed re: core every epecsee of itcbloc,
baralnjr.eoelT.piinpljr.and btotcby akin, ecalp, aoS
blood dleeaeee. from ptmpee to ecrorala, iror
miMOCj to age, woea um dom pojaiciani awaits
Saturday AfteracoB a:d Erea'cg,
I SpeciAvl Beturn Engagement
ana rare wen Appearance
RICE'S SURPRISE PARTY
$1.50, $1.00, TSe. Sale ot srata mow
Pries. Cmrni. toe : Boar.
tSe. ; Essolvemv, $1.00. Pnparad by th Porraa
They Do Hat Wist Them as.
Chicago, Kay 11. The oemmittee which
Investigated the misunderstandings la the
bureau of mosle to-night mads a report.
Ths report stated that Ur. Thomas' otef ol-
pess aa nnaioal director of the fair had
ended, and that harmony la that depart
ment re q aired that hia eervioee be dis
Jssatsa Wlas Acalav.
Savahhah, Oa , Msy 11. The wheel
men's meet closed to-dsy. H. O. Wheeler
of New York and J. 8. Johnson of Milwau
kee carried oil the racing honors. John
son beat Wheeler a quarter ef a mile In
86 S i seconds and a half mils la 1.17.
NEW TTPHCI CASES.
Four Victims Takea to Rerta
B rotters IalaaA With tae Disease.
Niw Yohk. Kay 11. William NeUd,
aged thirty, and George Phillips, sged
twenty-foar, of No. 408 Ninth avenne,
were sent to Elversids hospital last night,
suffering with typhus fever. Nslld waa a
patient at Belle vue hospital some time ago,
when there was typhus fever among the
in ma tea of the aloohslie ward. It la be
lieved he eaaght it there and that Phillips
caught it from him.
Ixraiaa Zitter. ten years old, and her
eight-year-old sister, Bosa, were found last
night at thsir noma, no. ooe west xniny-
alnta ' street, atos: wtta typnos. a, i
namad Dssnark. who lived in thee
aonsa. had tvnhas last month, and 18 is
snmwssd tasr eaasht the dlsnssw from
him. Both were sent np to North Brothers
Island. . - -
: WssUaaatoasa Profita.
Naw York, Kay 11. The report of the
Weettnghonee Eleetrie and Manufacturing
log company for the year ending March 81,
1893, says there haa been profit from man-
araetnnncoi u,M,ui sua mm hr i y,'rrm
of eoi4 7M wiaklnir a total ftw Aha I Sl.8Ul.tU3: Increase. I17U.100: Bet
r - r T T ' . . I dhfs Aid . alAI 10A. a a i
year of $1,004, &83. This is alter e&argtng u8i aow; .010; u.twBw, iw ,iav; cotat
to operating expenses $84,747 for altera- I net, $8,18; tnereaea , $310,80; snrplas.
ttmta a SdoluOnS 10 MUltungB, I fAsuijUoe, iiintwawa, fiwm.
Daoo and CasJiicAi, GoapoaAvtoa, Boston.
So-seiKl for " Uow to Car ekia Dicae
page, M lUasirstions, aad 100 tesri moots Is.
DIDVC SUa aDd BenlP PoriAed and beaatiBad
DAD I 0 Sy Cvncoaa Boat. Abxlalely pars.
PAINS AND WEAKNESSES
J. a Of loasslss tnatanUv rellmd by Uu
vi A Bw,elrant, and tnbliibls Antldotr ta
mT -W pain, Innammarion. aad Weakness, th
Vsuosn Aau-rsu a-iastcr.
A Free Trip
A number of onr own townspeople
hsve been favored with a free pass
to ths Windy City. To those who
have been eo fortunate we aay God
speed; ws wish yoa pleasure and a
sate return to your oomea.
NEW GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
One Week. ComnienclDs:
Monday, May 8th,
MsHaete Wednesday aad Satarday at 8 pat.
GEORGE A. BAKER'S
Comic Opera Company.
Bepsrtoira: Thoraday evtniac "Black Hoe
ear Friday evooinc, - Babnastaa Gin Saun
day tnatiaee, " Boccaccio ;" Saturday avcainc,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, sextweek.
THE UPPER HAND.
(By special srranrweneert vrlth Ollw Byroa
tna wuta Diowiag ia its present I
It looks aa if the whole town I ODrillp?"
AaEatlra Tawa A are.
Gbahd Havxh, Mich., Kay 11. The
town of Spring Lake, situated two miles
from here, la afire. So far the school house
and twenty nooses have beea destrorsd.
and with the wind blowing la its present I
' Will Lay a Oearae Tswaar.
GioccTX, Mass., May 1L The United
States war ship Bennington arrived front
Boston to-day, and to-morrow will lay eat I
a eourse from Cape Ann to Cape Porpoise
lor tne trial trip ot tne cruiser xsw York.
Tae 1 Colaya ateport.
BosToa, Kay 11. The Old Colony road's I
report for the qoarter ending March 81, 1
188, Is aa follows: Gross earnings.
Ws would aay that whils we cannot
afford yon all a free paaa to the
World'a Fair, yoa are ell acoord ed
a free pass through onr store, whloh
la now crowded to overflowing with
everything yon want for housekeep
1 Ml DEPARTURE.
Moxie Nerve Food I
D. M. WELCH I SON
Have just received 200 oases of tbe
Genuine Moxie Nerve rotxi.
It is a gennine nerve food. It helps the
terrible nerve-weary, tired footing ana
li ui musniaa. sn nnmn " ""
people, without stimulation or reaction ;
not losing Its affect from long nee.
We oan furnish yon 87 oa. bottles at
$3.60 per dozen, and allow yoa SO cents
for returned empty bottles ; thne giving tt
to yoa at east oast of lass than
16c a liouie.
Thousands of testimomlsls.
lag apoa as, aad our goods are
springing Into popularity at even a I
faster neoe. Don1! fall to examine I
onr display of Loongeaaad Oooehes
la oar big window this weak. Onr
special bargain: Bed Lotmgee, up
holstered la plosb, tor f i.WJ.
ig. Big Bargains in our Grooary and Fruit
D. He WELCH & SON,
SSatndSO CongTaa Arenae,
, 8 Oraad A'lusss.
PECK & AVERILL,
(BUOCE88OB8 TO FECK At FAAXERO
755 to 763 Cliapel Street
OPE2T EYEBT TTSStSd.
W. I.h. . .ml II ,fc mjkJt 1 III - ' -
B tor tae past twenty years, aad null eoa tiau
u you vmssmoaaiinKw,iOT
yoa anouia sas tae sooy
360 BUte Street.
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