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mm Friday, May 12 1893. - .a rbi raj If ll if "Our ft 'Husbands If WL,- , . Sor tell us that with Pug ij Cleveland's Bak- Kj pj Ing Powder we can pyfc jy surpass the bread fil ) made by M Their ' M m Mothers." 'SHil (Copyright.) JSr! TO THE LADIES OP .NEW HAVEN : I take I pleasure in annonnoing to ryou that mih. ts. a. wil LETT holds the Agency for my goods. She will be pleased to receive your orders at her residence, 568 CHAPEL STREET, or will call upon you in per- .son, on request to do so, We trust the ladies 'will take advantage of thB op portunity to purchase a genuine Mad ame unswoia uonet maae in va rious styles and lengths. Also Physical Cnltnre Waists. MADAMJ3 QB13WOLB. my6 eod2m I I 1 w WW 2 X ELY'S CATARRH Cream Balm Cleanses the Masai Passages, Allays Fain and Inflammation, Heals the Sores, Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. 'hayei Try the Cure. THE in n iryyxr 50 c A rjartlcla in amilied Into each nostril and la gree&Die. irice &u cents ai irugpists : 07 mail, regiBtereo, su cib. tuux tstuj LtLmaa, nUi HwFftw Mt Warrn St.. Nnw Vnrfc. California Excursions Via Southern Pacific Company. Apply to E. E. CUBBIES, N. E 'Agent, 192 Washington Street, - - - - Boston, Mass, jail fimofl eod IN WEST HAVEN. It's foolish to pay for mud when you buy salt. Just put a couple of tablespoonfuls of any salt but our's in a clear glass half full of water, and stir it up and see how much mud you're buying. Then try the same test with Worcester Salt and see the difference. Nash, Whlton & Co., New York. Furniture, Folding Beds, Wood Mantels. CHAMBERLIN & CO., Orange and Crown Sts. J.J Bob Cliff. & Son Are presenting some spe cial bargains in J Prices run from $2.00, $2.50, $3 00, $3 50, $4.00, $5.00. Sizes run from 4 to 15 y'rs Style of cut, Single and Double-breasted. At the above low prices this lot of bargains will be disposed of with more than ordinary selling dispatch. We are showing many new things in Men's Suits, Spring Over coats ana A'ants. An inspection incurs no obligation to purchase. Our prices in plain figures. Goods exchanged or mo ney paid back. 85 Church. St. Travel to tbe Share Inconvenienced. To the Editorof the Journal A d ootraisa: It is fact that the spring tides every year wash out a portion of Beach street and thus prevent travel on that thorough fare for some time, when it is most needed for people preparing to move to their sum mer residences. As it causes considerable confusion it is surprising that there are not more complaints from people living near there. Imagine a dozen or more tracks loaded with furniture, not speaking of the ordinary pleasure-seeker, having to stop at that well-known placard In front of Second avenne hotel. "This road closed." It Is then necessary for them to go back half a mile on Seoond avenne, a heavy, sandy road, and then down Brown atreet, which is another very poor road for heavy loads. This could be avoided by a little expend iture on a street which is already In part opened on Blohm place, a little south of Seoond avenne hotel, running west to the salt meadows. If It was extended across the meadow to Feck avenue it would rem edy the inoonvenienee now experienced and give ample opportunity of keeping Beaoh street In proper condition for travel when most needed. A tax jtayzr. Connecticut soma ot the Revolution, At the meeting of the Connecticut Sons of the Revolution in Hartford Tuesday, be side the other business mentioned Presi dent Trumbull In his annual address called attention to the fact that to day the society enters on the fifth year of its existence, Dnring the past year the movement for uniting the national society with the gen eral society of the Sons of the Bevolutlon has occupied the attention of the president, The failure to remove the visible differ ences between the two societies whose aims are identical has proved that every means has been exhausted for this purpose. The difficulties in the way of union were found greater than at first supposed. The Con necticut society, however, may congratn- late itself on the fact that it is in no way responsible for these difficulties. The re sult of these negotiations brings us to one important consideration which we must keep in view, that the vital elements of the success and staDiuty or toe general organ ization exists in the state societies them selves, in the spirit which actuates them. In the principles whloh underlie them and la the results to which they can point. The report went on to speak of the steps taken for the erection of memorial tablets at the Lebanon war office and at the Elm Tree in this city, where Washington alight ed upon nis nrst visit to this state. The president suggested that the dedication of this tablet be made the occasion of the re onion of the society. In closing he urged nearty co-oparation on the part or local so cietiea and individuals. The report of Secretary Lucius F. Robin son oovered the usual statistics. 'Treas urer John C. Hollister of New Haven re ported the amount received during the year, including the balance from the year before, to be fl.ozOMU. The expenditures during the year have amounted $1,398 84, leaving a balance or flzo 08. since the auditing of tbe accounts $394.50 have been received, leaving a balanoe at this date of $433.06. The Trumbull tomb fund now amounts to $140.95, and tbe life member Bhip land has been Increased by the ad ditlonof$60. Registrar J. G. Woodward of Hartford reported 132 new members received dur ing the year; of these 120 are active mem bers and twelve honorary. Nine have been lost by death. Several local histories have been added to the library. The year book for 1892 has been printed and is ready for distribution. ."Eclectic RIedlcal College Proposed. The committee appointed at the meeting this week of the state Ecleotio society, to consider the subjeot of founding an eclec tic college, reported favorably and pre sented the following resolution which was adopted: Resolved. In rmrsuance with the rjowers. nrlv- leges and duties conferred by the actor incorpo ration of the Connecticut Medical associalioo.we h.reby agree to establish the following Institu tion of instruction for both sexes in the art of medicine and collateral sciences,viz: "The Med ical and Surgical College of the State ot Connec- T tie aforesaid college shall be duly organized with the following chairs of instruction: Anato my, physiology, pathology, hygiene, theory and practice,surgery, obstetrics and midwifery, gyne cology, electro therapeutics, chemistry, medical botany, and other such chairs and auxiliary de- naruneuis as me umuu ui bswm mhw see fit to establish. The board of trus tees shall make such rules from time to timA as .hall ha found necessary to reeu Iafa the entxanna and graduation of students and maintenance of discipliae. It shall also have nnwrr to All vacancies in the faculty, appoint of- ncers.provide for expenses and such other duties tionai lnsututions. A HARTFORD FIRE. A Workman Badly Injured A Show Damaged $10,000. Habtfobd, May 11. This morning at 3:20 an alarm of fire called the department to the burning woodwork shop belonging to A.W. Scoville, on the oorner of Sheldon and Commerce streets. The workmen had barely time to get out, and many of them lost even the tools with whioh thty were working. One carpenter, Herman Beller, an old German, went back and dragged out his chest of tools and was severely burned His arms were burned to a erisp. Then be remembered that his vest, containing his watch and money, was hanging over his bench, and he attempted to go back after it, but the police prevented, and he was taken to tbe hospital in an nnconsoions condition. The fire department prevented the fire from SDreading to other Dnudings, due tne bnildintr was completely consumed. The loss is about $10,000 and is fully covered by insurance. Bnlldlns Permits Issued. The following building permits have been Issued of late by Fire Marshal Hub bard: Mu 1 To E. P. Qoodsell. 43 Clinton street. irame osrn, iaioiw;u Mav 2 to Jona A. nail, in rooie street, two- story frame store and dwelling-, 20x22 feet. May 3 To II. D. Clark, Railroad avenue and 8t. John street, one-story rrame. 4UX1U0 reec Mm 4 To Eugene Sullivan. Wallace street and St. John street, three-story brick dwelling;, 36x50 feet. To O. B. Mason, Cedar and Minor street, two story frame dwelling, 29x48 feet. Mayo TO new naveu ijawn ciuu, wmroey avenue, one-story frame bowling alley, 22xj0 loet. May 8 Frank C. Porter, frame house on Brad lev street. 31x48 feet. O. K. Rose and Q. Benson, frame house on Rey. no'da street. 22 1-6x48 feet, wine 4 feet. Thomas C. Herrey, frame house on Ferry trmt 22y48 feet, wins 4 feet. E. B. Jones, frame shed, 313 Norton street, 9 xir rees. C. O. Kimberly, frame shed and move barn rear or 209 Whalley avenue. May 9 Widiam Stiets, raise frame addition nnA-Rtnrv. 287 Dlxwelt avenue. 12x18 feet. D. Sanderson, erect frame addition, 69 Division street, 4x12, 4x10 and 7x10 feet. May 10 A. B. Hall, raise roof to addition and Mansard too. 1225 Chapel street, 13x25 feet. J. D. Cunningham, erect frame House, Spring street, xzxoi , wing aia itu Professor H. 8. Williams, frame house, Pros-rwi-r near Edwarda street. 42x46 feet. May 11 P. R. Reynolds, frame addition, 71 Webster street, 15x21 feet. PfiOBATE LAW, Knotty Points Considered at Hart- ford. At the quarterly meeting of the Con necticut probate assembly In Hartford Tuesday, ex-Judge White of Hartford pre siding, the question was debated by Judge Holbrook of Norwich and Judge Wilbur F. Davis of Meriden whether the judge of probate can order a sale of real estate be fore the order of distribution. A question was also discussed as to whether the judge of probate in the case of a solvent estate can extend the time for the presentation of claims. ' The matter came up In s letter that was read by Judge White from the Thomaston probate judge, who Inquired if in the settlement of an estate of a de ceased person, who is solvent, the time for the presentation of creditors' claims be vond the limit of six months.- It was the opinion of the judges that the time under the statute cannot oe extenaeo. The Question whether a -person- residing in this state, but owning propertyfonly In Massachusetts, can have the will that may be left administered by the Connecticut executor was discussed It was stated In answer that the Oonnee- tiout admnistratlon will be effective. But the Itassechusetts trustee of the estate to be disposed of by the will can oompel aux iliary administration, in the case ot a will being disapproved by the supreme court on appeal, the executor under the will drops out and an administrator is appointed by the court. ' In the case of an adminis trator dying before the six months allowed by law for the presentation of claims, and a new administrator being appointed, it was the view of the judge that notices of the new appointment should be sent to the oreditora. AMONG TUB HORSES. JoUlnea of Interest to Bnrseman. It la estimated that something like $9,- 000,000 will be offered In purses and stakes for trotters and pacers this season. It is claimed that Flying Morgan when thirty years eld, at the state fair, Dayton, Ohio, fall of 1868, paced a mile in 1:18. All races at the Rhode Island state fair (the famous Narragansett park) will be mile heats, best two In three. Entrance fee will be only 3 per cent., and the stake list is unusually well classified. Entries olose May 15. O. H. Lewis, formerly with the Elm City farm trotters, Is now located at Jack son, Mich., where he has a very creditable stable. A new brand of chewing gum is labeled 'Nancy Hanks." Captain Bill's Nellie Jefferson.by Thomas Jefferson, has a filly foal at foot by the craok WiUimantlo pacer Alcyo. This little lassie win Dear watching. "till" rleublein ot Hartford, tbe Cour- ant says, turns out about the neatest family team that has been seen in that vicinity, and it attracts a deal of attention on tne streets. The weather haa been so unfavorable all through the spring that horses due in the early meetings will hardly be fitted to go tneir cup. The arrangement of olaaees for the early spring meetings is not very encouraging to tne hair dosan horses in Hartford's vicin ity that are eligible to tbe 2:33 and 2:34 class. At Rock villa, for 'instance, a ':33 trotter must square up against a ':28 mixed lot, and if the same classes follow the eastern circuit there will be no better op portunity in that direction, while in the western circuit they must take the class with its combination of trotters and pacers. W. E. Weeks, according to a Fails cor respondent of Clark's Review, is more than pleased witn nia new position across tne water. Mr. Terry is paying him a muoh larger salary than was agreed upon origi nally, and he has a stable that ought to bring out a trainer's best efforts. Among them are Mollis Wilkes. Bosque Bonlta, Milton Cash and other good ones. Bister Barefoot, '25i, Mr. Terry's recent purchase will soon ioin the party. It la reported that nudd uoDie's Dusmess has increased to sucn an extent tnat no now rea aires a bookkeeper and a steno grapher in addition to the small army of men that assist in taxing oare or nis string of thirty four horses. Thev say tfiat Belle Acton (yearling record, 2:20f) has already paced a quarter in 14 seconds, a 1:52 gait, this season. She is a likely candidate for the two minute mark. Ten six horse French coaches will be operated in Chicaero during the world's fair between Franklin park and; the principal hotels. About one hundred head ef hor.es suitable for use on these coaches have been secured bv the manager, J. M. Kirkendall of Denver, Col., at the sae sta bles at South Omaha. C. J. Hamlin has made an engagement with the state beard of agriculture at inaianapons, loa , to attemDt to beat the world's double-team rec ord during the state fair there. Thn team will be made up from Belle Hamlin, Slobe, Justina and Honest Qeorge. At a meeting of the directors of the Hartford Driving club this week arrangements for the three special events for the June meeting at half mile track were made. The events will be in the 2:50, 2:88 and 2:30 classes, open to members only, for $100 purses The track committeacommanced work on the track yesterday murnlag, and it is expected that it will be ready for use in a few days. It was also voted to build a sew feice from tne main entrance, west to tne oirng, a ins tance of about 400 feet. The board decided that the billiard tables should be renovated, and other general repairs be made in the rooms. At a meeting ot ine airectors, to oe neia next Wednesday evening, clanes for matinees for the finmlnff aeaaon will be arranged for. Trainer Ed Odell of Mobile, Ala., has arrived at the Parkway track, ParkvUle, L. I., with his atrlnc- of horses. He has in the lot Marendes, 8:17)4, by Walker Morril; WlterHerr, 2:19H, by Sir Walter; Norwood Hambletonian, 2:8114; Em ily, 2:5J4 (p.); and Q. B. 8., 8:18. He will also handle uiilette. 2:11M: Billy A.. 2:1614. and Fair- port, 8:2914, who is said to be ten seconds better man nis marx. E. L. Coombs ot Houston, Texas, is going to build a bicycle and trotting track on his estate just out of that city, the former to be a half and tbe latter a full mile. The grand stand, which will be a novelty in its way, will have a seating capacity of 3.00J. and will be built on the inside of the track. It will be revolved by ht draulic power, thus enabling the spectators to see every nart of a race from besinnmz to end. Bt. Clair 16,675, standard by his produce, was one oz a rour-norae team naming a airt waguu In Sacramento in early times. Without a pedi gree to emblazan his blood lines on stallion nnatera. he was bred to mares of an uncertain quality and for small fees. Under this great disadvantage ha sirea Ken natter ipj, z:i4 Mfl,. 2:8U: lad. St. Clair r. 2:30: May flower, 2:304, and is sire of the dams of Bonlta, 2:18H; Wildflower (2;, 8:21; Fred Crocker (.2). 2?2R14: Manzanita f4V 2: is. and Pocahontas (P 2:22. Fred Crocker holds the worid's record for two year-eld gelding. Wildflower held the world's record two-year-olds for seven years, and Manzanlta held the same f-r four-year olds frm 1886 to 1890 a great snowing ror an un traced sire. Calif ornia Turf. Rnntt MnDnv'a success with bad actors is evi dently appreciated. He has at Mystic that prince of cranks, Ryland T. (2:11), with which he won such a sensational race at Springfield last fall. He is entered in $50,000 worth of stakes. In McCoy's string are Fanny Wilcox (2:114), ftratchan (i-AVAt. and the Daoors Frank Dortch (2:1554), Luziemont (2:16$. Sabatia (2:19),and probably will have the fast but hot-headed Belle Archer (:18. The set of shoes which Naney Hanks wore wneH she first broke Bunol's record by trotting in 2:07J4, and which she arterwara carriea in 2:05M, 2:08 and 2:07 at Independence, St. Joseph and Hamline, have been died, trimmed and gold plated, and will form a part of tne exhibit which Peter Neilson,the b'acksmith of the Doble stable, will send to the world's fair. The front shoes welched nine ounces and the hind ones S3 ounces when first put on, but they now weigh but 5 ana 2M- ounces, respectively. TALK ABOUT THE WEATHEH, Probate Court Judge Robertson. In this court yesterday the will of Mrs. Jane Louise Day was offered for probate by Attorney S. A. York, jr. By the terms the will all the property of the de ceased, amounting to between $75,000 and $100,000, Is divided equally among her three children, Henry K. Day of New York, Mary E. Day and Susan II. Day of this city. The hearing on the probating of the will be held next Thursday. At the hearing yesterday morning upon the acceptance of the report of J. L. Treat, administrator of the estate of the late Alice C. Beeoher, the sole legatee, Miss H. Farmelee of Blnguamton, N.Y., through her eonntel, Attorneys Fiunkett of this city and Moody of Blaghamton, opposed the paying of the administrator's bill in full out of the estate. The amount of tbe bill was not objected to, but it was held that a portion of it should oome out of the assets of tne nrm et xseeoaer ox nines, as air. Treat Dractioallv settled not only the es tate of Mrs. neeoher, tne senior partner of the firm, but also the business of the firm. The hearing was continued until this morning in order to have Mr. Wines testify in the matter, as he was ill and not able to be in court yesterday. The hearing on tbe application or Mla- dletown insane asylum for the removal of H. Sidney Hayden of Windsor as trustee of a trust fund amounting to sa.uuu, created by the will of Mary L. Townsend for a free bed at the insane asylum, came ud bv continuance, but was continued again until this morning at 11 o'clock, ow ing to the illness or Attorney xsenton or Mlddietown, counsel for the petitioners. The reason for the application is that Hay den has not carried ont the provisions of the trust in maintaining a tree bed at Alia dletown. City Court Civil Side Judce Cable. The auit of P. J. Lyons, contractor and builder, to reoover a note of $300 from Zacharlah Keys of Hamden was on trial in this court yesterday. A house and lot be longing to the defendant had been attached to satiBfy the claim and $150 deposited in the New Haven bank had been garnishee! for the same purpose. Attorney A. H. Monlton for the plaintiff and United States Uommlssioner Wright tor the defendant. The defense failed to present their case, and judgment was awarded the plaintiff by default. Attorney Monlton then ap plied for an order to take out execution This was opposed by Attorney Wright, who asked for a stay of judgment on the grounds that he had a judgment against the plaintiff In a snit bronght by if . S. An drew and that he bad not time to take ont execution by gerntsheeing the money de posited in the New Haven bank. Jndge Cable granted Attorney Wright's motion. City Lovely Spring Days at Last Perhaps Too Beautiful to Last. The lovely weather of the last two day excites general eomment about town being such a delightful change after the long continued sour, chilly, dull, gloomy days with which the present spring has been so prolific. The public yesterday re garded the change with suspicion almost, as if feeling Dame Nature was brooding with the intent of paying off for this sun ny mood by a relapse into severe gloomi ness. On this subject tbe Waterbury Amerioan remarks in a spirit akin to joy- oneness, mingled, however, with a strong undertone of appiehenBien: This is the third year in succession that beau tif ul weather has graced the spring festival of music in Waterbury, adding greatly to the com fort and inspiration of the day. Those who have recalled those charming days in '91 and 'S2, and waitea in appmnension oc wnac -3 naa in store, must realize that the exautaite brightness and pnrity of this May day has never been surpassed. Hut let it not be mentioned, after all, fer the weatherwise have many a time remarked that when the weather begins to be watched and com mented on, and certain annnal events have come to count on fair weather as the experience of the past and therefore ths guara.tee of the future, the fickle element, of the air conspire to destroy faith. So let us enjoy our good fortune and say nothing aoouc it to excite tne envy or tne goa.. The fine weather, so rare and so pleasant impels the Hartford Uonrant to remark up on it, but alas, tnere is a ny in tne oint ment, or rather a good deal of dnst. The Courant remarks: What a charmine day yesterday would have been in Hartford but for one thing I The stifiina- clouds of dust blowing about, all day long, in tbe principal streets were something more man a nut-ance to uartiora. iaihs ana rneir visitors. They wer. a disgrace to tbe town. They were an indictment of the municipal incapacity re sponsible for them and of the easy going civic sniftlessnees that tolerates them. A stranger wouia nava oeen warrantea in imaging eitner that Hartf orders like street dirt in their eyes and noses, or that they look upon these dust storms as unpreventible natural phenomena like the Mmquau ana tne cyclone. A citizen had occasion yesterday to make flying visit to a near-by city, not so large as naruora, nouung UK. so ricn in money, out ricn in the enlixhtened Dublic SDUit of its citiz.ns and in its established tradition of efficient and dili gent municipal service. The remark he maie when he came back was, that one had to go away nau bdv ouier pieces in oraer to get a realizing sense of haw v.rv filthy Hartford's streets are. Of course Hartford is rows- to turn over a new leaf in this matter sooner or later. The spring ot wiiat may oe a caoiera year wouia seem to be an uncommonly good time for turning it, and no very immoderate expenditure of care and money on our streets would be needed in order to work very pleating wonders. Intelli gence, good judgment, system, are great money- savers. Think of what really wall kept, well cared for. clean streets in Hartford would mean. Think of the difference they would make in the pub lic health. In the comfort of living, in the town's attractiveness in the eves of atraners ter investment! NOT eUILTlT. The Verdict In the Sparrow murder Case Sparrow xl.chmrs:d. Norwich, May 11. The jury In the Sparrow murder case came in shortly after 4 o'clock this afternoon and rendered a verdict of "not guilty." State Attorney Lucas finished his argument this forenoon and Judge Thayer completed his charge and gave the ease to the jury at 11 o'olook. At 1 o'clock, the .jury had arrived at no conclusion and a rseasa was declared until 2 o'olook. At 4 the jury returned its ver dict end Judge Thayer at onos discharged 8parxew. He was eharred with murder in tne seoond drgres in killing George Cas well, a middle aged man, at the Miantono- mkh hotel in this city on the night of No vember 19 last. . The men, with several others, became involved in a drunken right, in whloh Sparrow stabbed (Jasweli. He died from tbe wounds shortly after. Sparrow says that he will never drink again and will go to Ledyard, where he has secured employment on a farm.- Hals twenty-nine years ot age and hat no rela tives. COCBT RECORD. Court Criminal Side Judge Cable. Charles E. Cullom and John Sherlin bresch of piece against Ida and Isaac Kauf man, continued to May id; Henry D red erioks, gaming, continued to May 16; Max Kalsohmidt, reform sohool complaint, con tinued to June 13; Michael I.ennon, at tempt at burglary, bound over to superior court under $oUU bonds; Abram itosmer, reform sohool oomplaint, continued to June 12; Henry Samprell, defrauding boarding house keeper, bond called; Lucy Chapman and John P. Fellows, breach of peace, noiiea on payment or $iu nne, $12.73 costs each; Isaac ilartenstein, keep ing gaming house, continued to May 16 George Baker, gaming, continued to May 16; Kane Frank and Wolf Schwartz, ped dling without a license, nolled; Dante Ce slro, violation of liquor law, continued to May 18; Patrick Maronsy, breaoh of peaoe against Margaret Maroney, $3 fine, $6.24 costs; Ellen Egan, vagrancy, 20 days In iall. JO. 17 costs; Jsmes J. Ulattey, vagran cy, 10 days in jail, $8.17 costs; Frederlok L. Martin, theft, 30 days In jail, $7.80 costs; Isadore Pntzel, reform school com plaint, continued to Jnne 12; John Mc Goire and Mary Ann McGutre, vagrancy continued to May 12; Charles E. Cnlloni and John Sherlvin, theft, continued to May 18. Court Notea. Attorney A. H. Moulton, trustee ot the insolv ent estite of B W. Dorrnan, will pay a dividend of 6U per crnt. on the claims, which amount to $1,414.13. The suit brought by Mary E.Gregory to recover $70 for board from Frank Lee, a student in the scientific school, was argued before Attorney Wolfe yesterday by Attorney T. H. Russell for the plaintiff and Attorney Buckland for the de fendant. Lee, who is a minor, engaged a room last June of Mrs. Gregory for the college yeara On December vo he moved, and Mr. Uregory claims board from that time until February when she rented the room to someone else. At. tomey Buckland made the claim that Lee, being a minor, was not responsible for the contract, as he could not enter into such an agreement under the law. Justice Wolfe reserved his decision, Tbe case will be carried to the suoerior court whichever way it is decided, as there has never Deen a similar case passed upon oy tnat court this state. Zephaniah L. Ayres of Stamford was yester day arrested by Anthony Comstock of New York ana Lieputy marsnau ivenage or t&is city, aoa brought before United 8tates Commissioner Wright on a warrant charging him wita sending an obscene communication through the mails. Ayres was held under $500 bonds fora hearing on Saturday, and in default ot bonds was sent to nail. Attorney H. W. Asher represents him. Attorney L. W. Cleaveland is counsel for the plaintiff in the suit brought by Fisher, Brown Co. of Birmingham, England, against William T. Fielding ot New Britain, the manufacturer of wire door mats, to recover $1,450.04 on a judg ment secured in England. The plaintiffs caught r letawg in snaiana ana suea mm tnere, recov ering the amount now claimed. The suit is n hat is cal'ed debt on ju igment. The case will be tiled in the Hartford county superior court next month. Mitchell, HuDgerford & Bartlett appear for the defendant. W. A. Buck of 70 Olive street yesterday served notice on the city for a claim of $100 for injurias receivea by nis horse tailing into a note on Greene street last week. PAIR HATED HEWI, Marrlaae on Kan Pearl Street Fair Haven Sir Knights and Ladles Kntertalned at Seymour Church Entertainments Tennis Plays Ar ranged Boya' Brigade Field Say. A goodly delegation of Fair Haven mem bers and their ladies accompanied the New Haven oommandery of Knights Templar to Seymour Wednesday evening upon the invitation of the members of the oommand ery residing In the valley, who extended a very hearty reoeptlon to their guests. Among the party ware Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Farren, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Tuttl-i and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Eonold and daughter, Mrs. and Mrs. Harvey Barnes, William A. Warner and Miss Minnie Qrannis and Ar thur Barnes. The party returned in special train and were brought home from Union depot In a special horse car. In the rear of the brick barn of the horse railroad frame stables to accommodate about twenty more horses are nnder construction. On Memorial dav the Boys' brigade of the Grand avenue Congregational ohuroh win noid its field day at rawaon park. Rev. Dr. Hart will go to Bethlehem, N. H., Jnly 1 to remain through the summer. rne borough meeting to be held on the evening of the first Monday in Jnne will probably ba called on to make a further appropriation for electrio lights. Whether tne measure goes through, however, it a question. A. T. Maynard is building a two-story frame building on a lot purohaaed from the Maltby estate, on Grand avenue, near James street The store on the first floor will be a plumber's store. The beven Ages of woman" was the name of the entertainment given Wednes day evening by the Ladies' Aid soolety of t he JCast f sari street M. IS church. There was a musical and literary program which made np a very pleasant evening. Cake and cream was served later. L. W. Moody of the annex, general agent of the n orth western insurance company, has paid to the eetate of the late Kev. Michael E. MoCarten $1,000, ths faee of the policy beld by him in that company Mlobael MoCarten of this city, father of the deceased, la tbe administrator. Mies Nellie Buckingham and Frank S. Calpman were married at the home of the bride, lUa East Pearl street, on Wednesday evening, Kev. sir. Iionpe, reotor of St. James' church, omolstlng. Tbe bride Is the daughter of Fiederlck L. Buckingham, the well known traveling talesman for English & Mertlck, and the groom, who is a olerk in the offices of tbe Consolidated road, is a son of Sherman Chipman, of the firm of S. Chipman & Co., oyster dealers. After the ceremony there was a reoeptlon for the gnests. Mr. and Mrs Chipman re ceived a number of very pretty gifts. They win reside at at uowclng street. One ot the prettiest entertainments ever given at Central hall was that of Wednes day evening presented by that members of the Grace church guild. All of the parts were well sustained, and the mnslcal exer cises, recitations and tableaux were pre sented in a manner that reflroted moon oredlt npon the participants. "Tbe Honey moon.' a drama in two aets, followed the miscellaneous program. The part were taken aa follows: "Lnoinda Lilly," tbe bride, Frederlca E Bishop; "Algernon Lilly," groom.Frank C. Edgar; "Bridget," fc,dUb Porter; friends and relatives, mem bers of tho guild. On tbe morning of Memorial day mem hereof the tennis olub of the Y. M. O. A, will play a9 follows: In the doubles. A. L. Chamberlin, jr., and Walter Clogston will play against Ed. Farren and E. B. Kowe; and John G. Hurd and Oaborn Thompson will play against Irving Hurlbut and Ernest Chipman. In the singles A. L. Chamberlin will play against Ed. Farren and Irving Hurlbut will be matched against C. B. Rowe. The ioe carts are out for the season and the two warm days has created quite a de mand ror ice. Magnolia trees are in full bloom and the cherry trees are adding their white blos soms to nature's annual show. The market Opened In n Depressed Condition and Durlnsr, the After noon It moved up and Dawn Fre quentlyThe Net Gains Were Larg est In the Induatrlala. New Yokx, May 11. The market opened greatly depressed on receipt of lower quotations from London consequent upon the advance la the Bank ot England rate of discount from S to tt per oent. The latter stiffened the rates ot ex change here and led to talk about gold ship ments The failure of banks in Chicago and In dianapolts and of a banking and brokerage con cern in Wilmington, DeL, assisted the bears. Prioas generally opened lower and the pressure to sell continued for about half an hour. Then a sharp rally ensued and the smaller shorts were frightened. During the afternoon tbe market moved up and down frequently, but the declines brought la liberal baying orders which left quotations higher after each attack. Final prioas were within a traction of the highest at- The net gains were largest in the industrials. Lackawanna and Manhattan, the improvement in which was ll)t points. General Electric led with an adva.ee ot iH points. The easier feeling in time money stimulated the later improvement. The market closed firm. Railway bonds were active aad firmer. The sales were $1,347,000. Following are the closing prices, reported by Fames A Warraxv. bankers and brokers, 40 Broadway, N. Y., and IS Center street. New Ha von. Conn. Bid. Aaked Ijinatxcia. fifitrancial. WE OFFER High Grade Investment Bonds, Kelting W to 6 Per Cent MTV UUK.iL.AKl, flKL, Utri F0U01US, WT HTHIWa A SATO. lit THK TACLT OF Mercail Mi Dsiosil Co. i-i-i" rental or ante rrora it, to blah DOLLARS. Absolute Security tor Bones. Btooka, Wills. Bullion. Plate. Jewelry. Prectoo. 8toa, I IT I" 1 IT TT and all evidence, of values. Aoeeas to vaaSt I lu HW X DTK. IXcWXlclVCll thromrh tbe room or IM snjauns' BAN a. 7 a Chnrch. cor. fjenter Bt. Oouoon rooms for eoavealeaoe of patroea At persons Interested are eordlatly Invited to la. spent tbe oompane's premises Opes from t a.a e p.m. Thomas R. TaowBBinoa. President. OuniB. WniTL Vl.-e Presides t- Chas. H- Taowaainos. tfec and Tree. a. Edward P. tain & Co., BANKERS, No. 36 Wall Street, new tork- INYESTMENT SECURITIES. and Hartford i Per Ceil Coavertibls stealers Certificates Taken in Exchange at Fullest Ularhet Price, COFFIN & STANTON, 72 Kroadway, New York City. aplt 3m grasjcltcrs' (guide. Xcw York. Acw liarpn and Ilarlford 1L It. January , TRAK8 LEATK KCW BAFXBT AS POIXOWS FOR KEW TOBJC :. M SO. MrSO. S:1C TT:00, i::SB, ts:10, G:SB, "MS, tl SO a au 1S.-00. l:i. 1:00, -t SO, -erflS Qwrlor ear harted), 4:03. :sa.S:srAS:S, : aarlee ear luntted). e:M. t B, -s io, rS 15 Brtdmwrt acrommonauoa), J:lo, p. sa. Scmtav gtisccllattcoiis. American Cotton Oil St American Sugar Refining bSHi Atchison, Topeka A Santa l e. , . , SMKt Canada ttouthern... bl'A Canadian Paciflo 7 Wa Central Paciflo 20 Central or liew Jersey nu Chesapeake & Ohio Voting Certs, Chicago A East Illinois ... o. Jt I. ptd Chicago & Northwestern unicego, Burlington z sjuincy.... Chicago Gas Ontcag-o, Hock Island & Pacino... Chicago, 8t. P., M. & Omaha..... Cleveland, C, G 4 8U L Columella, Hocking Valley & Tol. Delaware uuason uanai. ...... Ddtvare, Lack. Weatern Denver A Klo Grande D. A R. U. prd Distillery A Cattle Feeding Illinois Central Lake Shore A Michigan Southern. lg OS 84 iooh lig S195 lX 1:13 ltt a 19H sou Lake Erie A Western 18 L. E. A W. pfd 70H Louianlle Nashville Soys Louisville & New Albany l:i LAcieaeuaa..... la- Missouri. Kansas at Texas l'a iLST.Dra 2iv Manhattan Elevated... ........... 13IW Missouri Pacific 3. hi New York A New England 5r?4 New York Central A Hudson l-4 New York. Lake Erie A Western. l5 N. Y., U E. A W. pfd is new 1 or, uniano at western.... io?s Norfolk A Westers 6V1 N. AW. ptd 28 North American 8V4 Northern Pacific 13 N. P. pfd MS Paciflo Mall Steamship 19 Peoria. Decatur A Eeanaville 10 Philadelphia A BeadingVoungCf . 23?i wcDmoaa c weetroiol ler r Bt. Paul A Duluth 33 Hilver Bullion certificates Texas Paciflo 7Hi Union Pacific 30-4 Union Pacific, Denver A Gulf 10 Wabasn .KW Wabash pfd 17V Western Union Telegraph 83-i la A Lake Erie 11 W. A L. E. pfd 49 Wisconsin. CenL-al 8 Adams Express ISO Amerioan Kxpreas 114 United States Express 50 weiia-r argo r.xpress 14a United Slates Rubber 40 U. 8. Rubber pfd 78 Cordage common 11 Government Bonds. Following are the quotations for United Etates bonds at the call to-day: 18:45 p. m. SS 8J-H 6 7 99 107 86M 73 72H 42 3H Si 13S 15 4 19H w 19 71 16 1 15 132 37li 7 lO'H 39 B 29 14 SO 104 5s e 34 84 91 II 9 84 10V 50 lou lift 60 150 4S (-0 13 Ext. 2s, registered ts, V7, registered. 4s, V7, coupons..., Currency 0s, 1895.. Currency 6s, 1896. . Currency 6s, 1897.. Currency 6s, 1898. 99 Q im49 1UO (A lortfS in a ii;.4 Ourrency 6s. 1899 lltHa A SAD ACCIDENT. STATE NEWS. News of Intereat From All Farta of the State. The body of A. F. Atkins will be brought to Bristol to-day and tbe funeral ill ba held from Bright wood at 4 o'clock. The Bristol Brass and Clock coaipany, of which tbe deceased was the loved and esteemed president, will not be run ning that day, and there will be a large dele gation of workingmen in attendance at the funeral. THE CONNECTICUT TKOTTING CIRCUIT. On Tuesday, May 23, the Connecticut trotting circuit will op:n Us series of five meeting with a four days' nee at Derby. On the same day the Rockville Driving club will open a two days' meet. At both placet the purses will be $300 in each class. INSTALLED PASTOR. The Bev. F. B. Cans, formerly of Birmingham, Ansonia and Thomaston, was duly installed pas tor of ths Norwich German Lutheran charge in Norwich yesterday. Ascension day. THE SCARCITY OF TROUT THIS SEASON. Fishermen report very few trout in our streams. "Last fall," says an angler, "we bad a severe drouth which dried out many of our best trout streams and millions of the fish perished. In the late fall and early part of the winter, be fore ths frost set in, we old not have any rains to revive the streams and the small quantity of water lert was frozen UD. leavine tho streams dry, and in consequence many trout died. Be fore we can expect our usual good trout fishing we must restock all our streams and wait about two years at best belore we can expect to make biz catches. Yon will find these causes specially affect streams that do not have many deep pools. which are a great protection 10 tne nan, Keeping them from beine- frozen to death when tbe water freezes ana tne streams Become ary. CHASED BY BALLS Or FIRE KAD STAMPEDE IN AN ELECTRIO CAB. The electrio car which left Exchange corner in East Hartford Wednesday evening had a startling adventure near the covered bridge. A guard wire broke and became tangled up with the trolley wire, as was learned afterwards. The first the people in the car knew of the matter was a ter rific sputtering and the Invasion ot the car by numerous Balls or nre, which aroppra not irom the wire, one after another. - With one unanimous shriek the dozen people in the car made a wild rush for safety. Some got off the car and some couldn't, owing to the jam. A man named Roberts from the south end of the town was thrown down and trampled sp an, rmr. was not baolT hurL One vouuk man de clared that he was hit In the knee by a ballot fire and swore he would never ride on an electric car again. Everybody waa scared, but the dam age seemed to stop there. Cenductor Bell did not lose his head and ten minutes' work sufficed to repair aad replace the tanffiMf wire. Then the ear went on and most of the original passengers rode out their nickel's worth. , BEVKRAL CARS SMASHED. Yesterday morning two freight trains crashed together halt a mile west ef the Manchester sta tion. A eabooss was tetesooped, a grain car was wrecked and all tbe bin ten ot oa tram ware smashed. Conductor McGerret had his band broken and a brakemaa waa badly scratched by being thrown thraogh a barbed wire fence. Moat of the men Jumped rrom the trams. . . " A UABTVOBD StOTBX'w VUllSSlTUUBA. Harttoed, Key 11. WOUaaa M. Bemls, pro prietor of the City botel,haa made an assignment to George W. Toller. Mr. Benoistook charge ot the hotel In February of last year, sncoaeding Frederick Bush. Ha Is aa old hotel managar.but the patronage of the hotel has been felling off, It is understood, and Mr. Bemls has run beaind In his business. His statement shows assets of $300 and indebtedness ot $3,000. Mr. Bemls' property in the hotel consists of some carpets, silverware and kitchen furniture. A trustee will be appointed next Monday, ana tne Botei will be dosed, the lodgers bavins: ts get meals else where. Mr. Bnmia will remain in the city. It Is understood that he has not yet made any plans. Dnan's RbeumatJe Pills absolutely cure rhen- indaeareAKU. SBUraiy vegetaoir. bate. Foreman Doodr, Father or Alder man Doody, Killed In SonthLpcton Several men Injured. SooTfiiNOTort, May 11. At an early hour this morning a gang of five men. in charge of Section Foreman John Doody of uneahire, tried to remove the handcar, upon which they were riding, from tbe track to avoid freight train No. 600 whloh was coming down the tracks at Baldwin's crossing, about one mile below MUldale. The freight was moving at a high rate of speed and was upon them before they knew it. The handcar was struck and hurled some distance from the track, striking Foreman Doody as it fell. En gineer Baker of the freight stopped the train and the section hands, all of whom were bruised and cut, were taken to Plantaville and physiolans summoned. Before medical assistance oonld be ob tained, however. Foreman Doody died from the effect of internal in-iurlea. The wounds of the others are slight. Mr. Doody was about alzty-five years of age and the father of seven daughters and three sons, all of whom are living. One of the eons is Alderman Doody of New uaven. En Route Back to Prison. New London, May 11. J. C. Lynch. one of the convicts who escaped from the Charlestown state prison some months sgo, passed through here to day on the Oilt Edge in oharge of officers on his way oack to tne prison. a made his way to England where he was found but a short lime au.o. Ascension Day Norwich masons. Norwich, May 11 The Masons of the olty to-night observed Ascent-Ion day by marching in a body to the Broad wsy Congregational church where they attend ntting devotional exercises. They were addressed by Bev. J. D. Herr of the First Baptist churoh, and Bev. Lewellan Pratt of tbe Broadway Congregational churoh. STATK CORRESPONDENCE. VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED BY EARN HAITI. Prices Low and Satisfaction Guaranteed. Orders Left at BRADLEY A DANN'8, 406 State Street, BOB'T VEITCH SON'S, 974 Chapel Street, LIN8LEY. ROOT A CO.'S. S3 Broad war. Will receive prompt attention. P. O. Address, box opo. -leiepnone vo-is. Investment Securities. New York, New Ilavea A Hartford R.B. stock. Russell M'fg Co. Stock, Ntddletowa. Bridgeport Electric Light Co. stock. C Oowles A Co.'s stock, liew Haven Derby RR. 5 p. c bonds ot 1918. New Haven Town Bonds, non-taxable. For sale by M. B. NEWTON & CO.. BANKER AND BROKERS. S6 ORANGE RT I btrtct of New Bavtn sa. Probate Court, I Mav S. lssrv f ESTATE ot SARAH E. BOW AN. late of New Haven, in said dletrict deceased. The executors aaving exhibited tneir adm'nls tratioo account with said eetate to ibiscourtfor auowaace. It 1. ordkred Tnat toe imji oaror aar. a. u. P 93, at ten o'clock la the fareaooa. at a P'obaie Court to be held at New Haven, within aad for tbe District of New Haven, be and the seme ts Maimed for a bearing oa the allowance of sd adminuvtraltoa account wit said em a:e, aal this court directs the executors (o cite all tereoas In terested there's to appear at said time and place, by publ ahlng this order three time in some newtpsper aaving a cirruiattoa m aii ois triCt. AUtAlUH KUDUllBU, myiost Judge of aaiq rrooat. court. Bonds and Stocks. in nm w. V N H je- M TA A tim- cent- Don. Rec 2.C00 Swift A Co. S per cent bond.. 6,000 New York and tiewKngl.iMl BR per cent. wou. SO aSs Swift A Oo.w stock. 85 aha Detroit. Hillsdale A Southwestera, 50 aba Baybrook Bank. 20 shs Ronton A New York Air Use ptd. 50 abs Beech Creek RR. Co ' stock. i& shs U. . Rubber Co.'s pf A Block. 10 abs N. Y., N. H. A H. BR. stock. FOR BALK BY The CHAS. W. 8CRANTON CO. H4 Ontsr fttrewt. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE mcWp. Do yos wear then? Whea aext la sees try s pair, they vlll gin yo awre ceorlert aad servica far tfc. eaoaey tra. aaj other asaka, tsest In trie) worm. 43.08 t50 2.09 fm taenia 2.00 41.75 FOR SOYS .-, 4:S0. M M. t:90 am., 5.O0, :IS,-7.-05, -8: IS :1S, :! pea. FOR WASHINGTON via HARLEM aUTKn 11:10 a. m. uily .i:io p. m. FOB BOSTON via P I'KIN (J FI El J ! :3a, -11 a an, IM, I:4 Cpartor car tiraUed), :. p.m. ScjrDAra -10 Caljtht), -5:51 p. m. FOR BOSTON via NEW LONDON aire PBOV- IDEXCK eSU, X:S5 a am, lla, I , -l s (pertor cu limited), 4:1S aad 6:55 p. sa. Srw Dars .-0s, S8 a nL, t:Sa p en. FOB BOSTON via HARTfXtRD an NEW TORE an KEW ENGLAND R- E.-i p. sa. FOR BOSTON via AIR LINE ana X.T. A X. E. R. R- 1:4T p. an. SnrDara-l:S5a. sa. FOR MERIDEN, HARTFORD. SI kU.VUFlELil, Etc. .1:39 aigbt, S:S Bight (to Hartford). C:0, 8 00, tl0:10, .11:05 a, m., lx.-Os, lSV 1:44 cpartor ear limited, arat atop Ha-txord), CSB to Hart ford only), 1:10, 5 00, (S:15 to Hartford). 1:S. S 30, 10-O5 p. m Snroara n:9S aught, C elahl to Hartford), "i sr. S tS (acc ) pan. New London Dlvtaeon. FOR NEW LONDON. Etc-.I alga. S:tt algLl.T:2 11:08 a. m, 'li OV, :, 1:00. "I t (pari.ir car UmKexS). i:lS, a:l (G:U to Say brook). :, O:: P-m. On l.'o.- d aocommoca OoB). FcjroAT-t-0J rdrW, : rlfbt, p. m. Air Line Division. FOR S1IDDLETOWN. WiUJS ANTIC, Erc-S.-OJ a. m, 1;2X, M:T. 6:10 p. m. 8rxDAT-:4 P-m. Oocoectlng at IbddlettowB with Valley 1 -Ttsion aad at WUHmamtte wttb X. Y. A N. E an N. L. A N. B R.; a Teratr IHe. wlUt Oolckoe - 5nn 'ssshw 4.00yfl A 350 jsUBfawfeB 2.50 w w rl 2.25 JRJ 2.00. dt-rs. 0R .rWi Ntari . f.Tl V-' V SO abs New Ilavea Water Co. n sbt Bo. to A If. Y. Air Line Pfd. 50 shs Bridgeport Electric Light Co. 30 shs New Haven " " so shs Swift A Co. DO abs C nsoltdataa Rolling Slock. 10 sbs Detroit, BiUedale A S. W. RR. Co. St abs Sharon RR. Oo. sbs N. Y . N. H. A Hartford RR. Co. 29 ahs KoutberB New Koglaed Tel. Co. W shs Conned kail Telegraph Co. FOR BALE BY II. C. WAK11EN & CO. W. L Dooglzs SaOts tit Eiie li til tie Litest Styles. If ro wt t is DRESS SHOE oea't err 16 t S5, try; 13.50, Mart Shoe. 1 win ttegssl tom tom Bad and leek aad wear at well. If ye wish to eceaosiU I year feetarear, yes ea so te sBnrhuitvg W. L. Dwrlas Stoes. My bum aad ark it stampec ea the bottom, look for it one ye buy. Tak a we- fbtste. I seed tbset by arall ea receipt cf prire. settsge free, etira fine Dealer cot supply yns. W. L. DOl CLJUi, Brwcatan. mass. w agent. TIM Oraad Amw Securities for Sale. SO sh New Havea Water Company. 40 aha N. Y.. N. H. A H. RR. no. 10 b Detroit, Hillsdale A A W. RR. Co. M aha Hharoo Railway Co.. guaranteed. 100 ah Piuaburg, Mckoeapon A Yoagh, guar anteed. 60 ah Swift A Company. h. IT R Kiibraw OoBDUT. prtferred. 1&.000 N H. A Derby BR. 6 of 1318, guaienVd. 15,000 Old Colony 41 of iwn, oo. tl.000 Housatonic RR. let 4 or 1910. do. $4,000 Peoria Water Oo gold 6 ot 1019. 1 iouO Indianapolis ugni goia or iwx, 1000 United Electric Sec Co. gold SB of lH. S6.O0O Bwlti & uo. 1ST more oa ot iwie. om N.Y- N. H. A HJUL Coovt 4 ot 1908. Kimberly, Root & Day. ' irru MTT VT Jt-r fr V jLVXV'AlJ lllaid ajay ww Bankers and Brokers. Deahrs io Investment Securities.! 16 and 18 Nassau Street, N"oT7i7- Torlt Oity. I TENDER FEET AEEYERY SENSITIVE it This Seuea cf lbs Tear. Kaetatark kHwtalwn. FOR WLKSTEO aad amy rfaUnai vm 3tau-a ok Jnactaaa 1 : p. aa. rtc-nava-.a a. Nartnaaapian EM.I.Ien. FOB SHLLBCRXE FALLS. TURN UK V F ALLfe. W IUOAKSIiUKil. BOLTOEE aad NEW HARTFORD aad ulerandieto KU.U3n.T.xi a-M a sa. aad t.-0s r as. FOR KOSTBAXPTON. B I LAJ A BUKU an. potsts tlx atoe. at : p. sn. serkKailr KM vl atom. rOU t'EHJ. JL-rnenuN. a.. m POK DERBY JVNCItON. UlKRlKU'-i . . ANrONIA, ett-I: ,:?, a. ' 12:9B. tJ, e- 4,11-Bp. ea. Srxaai- ttJCa. la, t;a.B. -ORWATiaiBUBY-raa, W . rx ; i. K-A I .:: p.m. atirnan t: a sa. FOB WLVSII)-T.-aa, t r a a.' !:!, i esp-B. 8tTin-1i a an. FOB SHFLTOM, BOTf rORD. KETi Da. BURY, rTTTSFIELD. Is TATE LINE -r . and ALBANY. BUFFALO. DETROIT, CTKtaJS natl rr.Lotjia, chicsoo and the wtwv - r a av " 4:a p. ta. FOB LITCItFLSU) aal poiatr m RU. T 00 a,BL, (via llrUgenon aad Hawi vUa.) 4:36 p. a , i vla Halerva..) NtKpress TrsAn. tLcal ExprnaL r.T.HEHFtTKAH,aaL IH JvWSEfiiS m "On or off the line, Ton can -be sure the greatest amount comfort in of of New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHARD PECK, Ta taaUst auaaae- thrpmch Long talaad raa-ad, aad the paiaual sutaawr C. H. NORTHAM Leave New Hams dally (erorfl aaaday at IS OCtOCk B.EB. at.d IO 14 a m BM,.rl. New V or at, aad 11:30 pat. aiauroom for al perk A Hmbobb, :ji CBaoel atreet. aea aJock a drug etore. iKeee mmm are nrbteid Cbapet elrwel, are heated tv Meara. Tey siaw eiiectrlo riaU bnlte and are furctahnd tnarnlfineaiiy tlirouirboat Far. Tif. JOH.S W. CARTER. Agent. Juii ii. t7 li -3 i VASHINS COKPCUNO THtCnCATtWVtKlUM . Ktw rorlK we're with the majority 'stuck' on Pcarline!" And they're rirht you will observe that their heads are level. Millions ol women sinjj the same song as the clothes-pins. Ihey maj express it differently, but they mean the same thing. They mean that their work is easy and sooner done and better done. No clothes worn out with the endless rub, rub, rub on the washboard. No backs tired out with it. either. These millions of women mean that they're using Pearline, saving labor, time, and money with it, and have proved it to be perfectly harmless Now. what do vou mean Surelv you don't mean to try to do without it Bristol's CuM Sta. ; M.EllStOl&SODS 81,4 Chapel St m l Rheumatism. Lumbago, Sciatica, Kidney Complaints, Lame Back, &c' Beware you an imitation, bs honest imct u tads. cddlers and some i:rscrrtulous rrocrrs trill tell von. this is as cood a' tu 'the same a rcarlme. IT'S FALSE Pcarline is never peddled ll vom grocer sends xjn ijuiu rtLc, r.cw tcra. rrn i Dr. Toft's ASTHMAliKE contains no oplnm orotbaaf anodyne, but destroys the specific asthma poison in Mood, Rives a night's sweet slorp and I liHEM thel o that you need not neglect your bussines or sit np au nignt gasping tor oreaui tor i oar or snrrocaaon OTooeTufnaTuoanTI Post-office address we mail I trial bottle fn " ( I toyoSuPllEEl ASTHMALENEl will and doea car i Pi or tli Haven. May 11. Farmers and eardenors are busy and happy over the good weather and the prospects for laree crops of Brass and crain. Tiie worr au are equally busy with housec!ean;ng and looktnor after the dower garden. toe w.u.t.u. neia ine regular rceetlDfc at Ciin t on villa chapel on Wednesdar. a lrt?A attAnrl. anco, an iDterestlDg session and the addition of four new members were all very gratifying. At the close of the exercises seyeral of the ladies went to tne woods ana garnered evergreens and wua nowers ana decorate a ine cnaptl for even ing, when Mr. Lyman Basset, gare his "enter taining talk" on his trip to Europe. The address was substantially the same as given by Mr Bis sott some two years since, and was listened to wica .Qtereet or a arooa nzea &utiatiM. Thn ClintonTille Glee club was present and furnished Rood muB'C. A board of directors Rev. Mr. Reynold, Dea con O. B. Foote, S B. Thorpe and G. J. Morz will have the riunday evening service at Clinton ville in cbartre and each suddIv the dtwk nnn evening every moth. James Reynolds is at the world's fair where be Is busy in tne i querents cf the Youug Hon 'a vunauaa aesociauon. For sale by all drusrissa. OR. TAFT NOt, BLDICIsE C0 leCHESTEa, . T. Lawn and Cemetery Ornainents. SEEDS, OR. SANDEN'S ELECTRIC BELT With tlectro-Magrtetlo SUSPENSORY. Win rare wltaont medlrln. : I itui,,. nw, ;nn, f m-r-cxmlon of brain nerro torr. : evonecorlrMtu ereltoa. a. Derrwa oebllnj. iiliwiaia.. lang-nor. auniuuHn. .rnnry, ana OMOaer cantuuim, Uiae hack. Iumb.ro. acialica. an fmij. ronKueto. general 111 bUli. c. Tliai elertne Beet contain. VI rml Im ,f..i ml eeer all olbera. l-orrfol li lMADtir fell oj wearer or e rorfelt at, . aad wiu cure au ot the mhort diuim or no par thou, sand, hare been cored by tlu. marvakm. invcntAoa after all oum rrnMM (aUe. and we rm buaaraos or tcMlraoauU. In Uil. and ei-ery otber MAt. Our hncM lapm aurruc snarmoav. the grmteit bona evrr orfered week men. rxtl wtik .11 B.llfc adllurfltaMH.MllfillRiriUIII.MI Oev beod for liiiurd rmphlet. mailml.eualmi, Ire SANOEN ELKCTRIO CO., S. MS 11UOABWAY. htW TURK CITT. SLarln'a New Uaven TransporLa tlon Une. Bverr sar Kcb atnrAar. low Ke Bavea rrani Coaiia v rwirk ml ia-l!k aVi vm. goedajrTueiadav aad VbarmSMf. Tbe VS. t vubaiv.-. , sfMuir, w eanestda aS Fr-t-7 RetnrBtBg. leave New Vara tram Iter la, N. foot uT Oounlaadt wlrewu al t p. m.; U farm eeerr Mondar. .)) and Friaajr; Ue Onrnuig vmv Huedar. Tueadar 4 Tbur. . dav- Tae oaty cMiaoar aictit boat rrora Sew Vork. Fare. hh bertb la cable, nc ; Mauraeat, fl. EExwratoa ucaene, ti.sk. Free age leavn. b eot a arrival ef Haruord traia, aad re-ma ocuaew tmurota and Obaprt etrveu everf AiaU bewr, rxmnaratcwg at :. o'clock p. m. Tfce and waievootas caa be i Inaiiil at the TonUne bwea, al Jofc. M Limb. Jr, t Ctartre4,aadal leck A Biahoj,' 702 Onapel a ntj.w , i t. t ea. HimliDrg-iinsricLa Pktt Conipurj. PAST II1STO LM ItniHI KIHIIPIiUIIIMINMr. Th four maimirloent TWI'c:rfw Meant. ahlp of ls l,uxo H l. maintain a Weeklv Ee preaa Servloe, New York, rjoutiaaznpioa, tlaaa 9 .M.".T 1,1:30 P I F Bama kJunel. Tara. AagaV..MayIK.-:S0aml Orri'mtHa. Jua 12Dnoa "r? P I A.VV-loria Jua ts la an. rtret cabin, fM upward: enooDd oabia. 0. HaJdliLKU AREKICAN paCKKTcvj, K Hrmdmie, Ne-w York: L B. KRWTOK A OO, tritrwe: Lal " earilt Diatrlot of New Haven, sa. Frr4ii Court, I ESTATE of CH4RLKS HROWN.a'te of New .eo. ia .aid dMhrl deoeeeed. L'poa Uie af.(JcaiKMiof Chat-trek- Buab, ads c. I. a . nrain for rmm rut -... .2 erll 1 and cjobvpj oeriala real canal trHoaging to aid Bauua a per apf 4icaUoa oa hi. more Tullr pear, if t ORI1K.KED. That said appUraUoa be beard aad oTramrd at a ITobate court lo he bead at New oa.ra. is eun a:r oa toe 101 h dav of Mav. A D. m at 10 oclm-k 1. ih. t.S .li thai Boiler. legivea of the &endf4irvnf mmut aii. catioa and the time and plaorof bearing tAwrsoa, , , . mm iimej in aome aewsparter bavinr a rirralatloa In said district By Hi-Court TIMOTHY F. CALLAHAN T'" fJerk MOSELEY'S New Haven House With the new addition nearly ooa,pleted wll be more comfortahV- than ever, aad is aa eapeo- , ahfl altracllr nopptBg place for trailing i set Hum High I George Angnsta s Sala, tbe well known EDglleh writer, on bis last Am-tr.lian trip, wrote aa follows to The London Dsily Tile- graph: "l especially have a pleasant remem brance of the ship's doctor a very ex perienced maritime medioo Indeed, who tended me most kindly daring horrible spell of bronohitis and spasmodlo asthma, provoked by the sea fog whloh had swooped down on ns jost after we left San Francis- oo. Bat the doctor's prescriptions and the inoreaalng warmth of the temperature as we neared the tropics, and, In particular, a couple of Allcock's Poron Plasters olapped on one on the chest and another between the shoulder blades soon set me right" Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. ISiiIdren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. STONE and IRON VASES, Chairs, Settees, Boquet Holders, Rustic Work, Lawn (L SP1UNKLEKS. FRANK S. 1 J- I BT-e- J 178 EAGLE ALTAIR. PIaATT. 174 tid Plants and Bulbs. All the Desirable Varieties for Spring PLANTING. Xtati Stmt. HUNDREDS GOING TO SEE THEM I 5 Weeks More of Free Treatment I Only HIGHEST POSSIBUISlUDEORREwTLT DESIGNED ELLtPIICiL 8PB0.1LIS. IU proportion are aoch as to ntUlra the Brnateat toelhla nmmrHo. .r i.I foror. and allow the rider a position at one rear and eravfnl a., kin .ui a all around road wheel it haa no equal. Weight 2-4 to a5 ponnd. Price HIHO Call and try It. We carry a fall line of medium priced Bicycles for Ladies and GDt Z men. Boys and Olrla. Caah buyers of Seoond Hand Bicycle are not aeked to rT crofila THE S. T. BCSHXELL CO., 710 Chapel Siref t. tor. Tnlon. POSITIVELY THE LAST EXTEMOU! There are diifcrent ways of making living easier making it more pleasant. One of the best is relief of indigestion. A man who has that caniot en joy nis tood. It is hard to find life pleasant ; it makes at tentioa to business difficult. The state of the stomach and x SeVW DR. DICKINSON AND HI8 CELEBRATED STAFF ov English, ajid American Specialists. I - Ia ef erases to pubUo denaad. Indicated by hondreda of Utter, from people who bare brew unable to consult them, the doctor have decided to oace more extecd their time of free tmarimait ana neginiuog wun oaiurusy, Apru wiri, ana Jontlnalnir until Saturday, Jane 3d. inclusive. They wffl give to an who apply, ooaa -ltatlon, examlaattoa, advice and medical aervicea. FBXK OF CHARGE UNTIL CURED. Ro one Bhooid fail ta avail tbemerlvss of I his opportunity to theae phrsician, who during more than IS jearV practice a thai Blata Bare imluiel tc t . . tnouaanaa oi invauna many oc wnom naa oeen aeiareJ Incurable and etni n.bidi.k.u Drain are SO ClnSPlV connected I tor. Thev treat aU dlseaees and deformities. If vour diaAaae t lac.ir.hl. tK.. iu kTi V-Ti natural thino tO Say relief Of I rejected aa I .curable. TheM Specialin will positively , . . Y ... I Throat and Lung Disease, aa will abaiiutei. guar.nue every c luuigchiiun inaices living easier. That is got by use of the genu ine JohannHoffs MaltExtract. Our tooklet i sent tree. Beware of imitations. more money for useira treatment, S ao January 1st. era our- oatarra. Broacbttla. amk,. I rltar.nt iei inni . i ... iiT i , 11 n . . I treat. This mode of treatment utaafe, sure and certala ia It result IHilenv. EmenV Kwen. ffsBeUAB Ol aH0.- TIWM sHainOTBAaT I TO 1T1 rawimafiam hsAlnV. m osua or ocmip u ipuaum, wLrLuu tisi. LusaLai M oace. ariMolutelT fro. rnitrir kni I i.n n . mjtmJ Aao r. vr a TmT am nniim -m . I Thegenulne has the signature of "JOBANN I Vl I! AL-X.9, iSO JaaAATXiU OXiAAVaVr, JraTlOrS 11 tLRQ IS. Eisner A HendabKm C, sole ageata, US aad j Speetatiet for Blood, Hkln aad Burgieal Uloora, Tnmota Ceacera, or aay form ber, aoaauHattoa, advlos aad line 1M FraoxUB street. Hew York. Honrs: 10 to 4 aad S to 8. garni ftodaya. CASHCREDIT Our iaBtallment prices vary from 50 down and 3 weekly to 5 down and 1 weekly on new and second Land Bicycles cheaper than car fare or shoe leather. Send for catalogue. COLUMBIA Pneumatics (guaranteed) fit ted to old wheels for 25. Ladies' and gents' pneumatics to rent. Bicycles repaired. Bicycle stockings (warranted) 50 cents. Sweaters (all wool) $3 and 4, ColnasbU aad Hartfor PnennaUrt $105 1 $150. HEW HAVEN CYCLE CO., St 6 8TATE STREET.