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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1895. 3 THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. OXB OF THE COHSTlTU'J'IOlfAZ AMJSNDMliZf TS IEli'EA TlSIi. TIio Lobby Hill Again The Bridffcport Grude Ci-OHgiiiga Ouce alore County Horaeg The Stuto Fair The SO.OOO Wanted New Haven Stroet Itullway. Hartford, June 5. In the house this afternoon, on motion of Representative Judson of Stratford, -the chairmen of committees were requested to report to-mocrow the condition of business be fore the various todies, -with a view to ascertain when-the day of adjournment can be fixed. tunny in the session several owners- of property affected by the closing of Feurv cath In, Nw Waven. netltloned , ., . . mv,i,I for compensation for damages. Thls matter nas been m ,tne courts severani years and finally the people, brought;?) the matter before th etate. Hearings! were bold, and to-day 'the committee onSJinstitutiona at the expense of the state. claims reported adversely and the petl-f'l tloners were clven leave to withdraw Jil The petiUanersan4.the amounts asked. for ace as follows: Osmar Talmade-e. and Annie Tfll - madge, $1,083.75; Jeremiah Cullen,.$l,7S4;? Josephine.-Werle, $939.25; William H. Il Hewitt. Sl.020.87: Michael MoCabd. - $881.45. THE BRIDGEPORT GRADE! CROSS ING8. The bill .which provides for the elimi-l nation of the grade crossings along..! the Consolidated road in the city of Bridgeport, went through the house this afternoon without opposition, after a counie of amendments were tacked on. It will be remembered the bill passed the senate last week. Th amendments to-dav were offered by Representative Marsh of Bridge port. They provide, first, that tn addi tion to the mayor who shall have juris diction In starting the- improvements, the names of William E. Seeley and Fred S. Sbevens shall be added; and, secondly, the grade crossing along the Berkshire division shall not be disturb ed. Mr. Marsh explained that the Con solidated road was willing to accept, these amendments, which were then- adopted, and the amended bill, passed. It now goes to the Senate, which will probably concur. The bill has been fully explained 5n , away with the thirty-two grade cross ings in Bridgeport, underothe direction of the-commission flamedv an on any dispute asito the share Bridgeport shall pay, op any other question, an. appeal may be taken to the superior court. The Improvements will probably begin the coming fall. The amount of the expense Is not definitely known, but promises to be in excess of $1,500,000. This was one of the biggest measures before the present legislature, and' the prospect of a favorable settlement is- very gratifying to all. FEES FOR. INStTR'ANCE AGENTS. In the house this afternoon a bill hvaa passed relating td the fees of In Isurance agents. It provides that the 'fee for a license to procure policies lot fire Insurance on property in this tate in companies or associations ap roved by the insurance commissioner, vhich have not Complied with the laws if thte state relative to such companies r associations, and the fee for a Certlfl arte of authority to act as an insur ince broker, now fixed by law and $20 nd $10 respectively, may be pro-rated y the insurance commissioner in pro liortlon to the time Such license and entiflcate have to runitirovided, that no icense to procure policies of fire insur- mce as aforesaid he issued for less than 5, and no broker's certificate for less turn $3. THE AMENDMENT DEFEATED. The amendment providing fof th lection of State Officers, by plurality ote was the special Order. In the ouse at 12 o'clock, the vote having een postponed from: last week. Repre entatlve Clark of Haddam spoke gainst the amendment, and Bepresen Ulve Allen of Sprague in favor. The mendment was lost, .104 to 111. The ew Haven county members voting to lbmit to the people are H. G. Newton, W. Tj. Hall, Webster, Terrlll, Wood, ranniss.Dudley, Page, Morrow.Smith, unn, Tibballs, McCarthy, Twitehell, ussell, SanfOrfl, Mitchell, .W H. NeW- n and Bailey. Those voting not to submit to the peo. e are Cowell, Tucker, Peck, Walter, rrold, Chaffee, Range, Downer, Mun r, Linsley, Eaton, Beach, Hough, Itchcock. ' fThe proposed amendment to the con Mutton providing for redistrlcting a senate. Increasing it from 24 to 37 d not more than 45, was made the ecial order for to-morrow at 11 a. m, THE LOBBY BILLS. tn the house the judiciary committee sorted unfavorably on the bill re- rding the employment of legislative tinsel (the Judson lobby bill). Mr. dson. said the committee proposed to bmltf a, substitute bill n the senate Senator Warner intro- ced such a bill which in substance Is follows: JVny executor or legislative officers members who aocept or agree to ac- ,t money or any valuable thing forlPaisse.d Jhrou thJl hing on Jluencing his vote or action as such slative duties shall be fined not less n $1,000, and shall also be lmpris- d in the state's prison, and shall be arred from holding office of any d In the gift of the state. LsiahR.Tfic xzflflffffl mfwyppuwdwd lie 'bill further provides a heavy alty and imprisonment for any per- who shall threaten any . corpora tor the purpose of securing pay- t for services in connection with ilation, or who shall In any way mpt to coerce those who seek to re the passage or defeat of pro- d laws. .e mil does not contain any pro- ln requiring those who are proper- nployed as counsel by those inter- 1 in legislation to "register," as was osed in the Judson bill. The bill iB from the committee as a unani- Is report, it being understood that ;rs. Gunn and Judson reserve the to introduce and advocate an ldment providing for registration. ided they think pfOper to do'eo. , . SENATE. e senate passed a stringent meas against policy playing, drafted by Law and!. Order league. Senator son Introduced an amendment re- ug the reputation clause, which he withdrew after an explanation by Mr. Warner. The bill provides penalties for selling or keeping policy eltps, or for keeping a place where they ar&. sold. The Judiciary committee reported? unfavorably a number of bills regard ing foreign attachment and suits in a substitute bill which provides that wages to the amount of $50 shall be ex empt from attachment. An appropriation of $28,000 for the Soldiers' Home at Norotori' was adopted. Adjourned until Thursday at 11:30 a. m. TUB HOUSE. The bill providing for burying in the streets of Hartford the electric wires in the center of the city, was passed. rTrhA Mil QtviAnil!Mn ant mnpprn. j th commitment of children was explained by Mr. Newton of New Ha- I ven. He said that the bill provided that parents could not recall their1 chil- ren the homea aftw he first yeaP It also prevented parents from taking their children from these .homes and committing them to private xne Bin was passea. The resolution authorizing a payment to the Connecticut State Agricultural I society or u,uu ror payment or a aeoi, l was explained. Mr. Cowell of Waterburyl said that the thieves, thugs and thimble-riggers l'wno irequenxeo. uie iair snouiu ue ruieu out, or else the society should never get any more money out of the state. He eald it was a disgrace to the state to allow such frauds at this fair. Mr. Page of Meriden urged the pass- age of the bill. The officers of the so- I ciety had pledged themselves to the 1 payment of this debt. The legislature J, was under an obligation to pay these debts. 3 The bill was passed. i Ttl6 resolution, authorizing a pay- 1 meat to the Connecticut Agricultural society was taken up. It repeals the law providing that an appropriation shall be made to the society especially for premiums. It passed. The bill relating to1 contagious dis eases among domestic animals was taken from the table. An amendment was offered that the appropriation shall not exceed' $1,500 annually. The amend ment waa carried 126 to 52 and the bill as amended was adopted. Bill annexing the district of South Farms to the city of Middletown was rejected. " 0" I The amendment to the charter of the adopted in the senate lyiesterday, was taketi up. The amendment provides that, the railroad Shall present to the park commissioners of '.New Haveti a plan of the layout in East Rock Park 'and; the permission of the latter shall be obtained before the work shall be gin. The former action in. passing the bill was reconsidered, the amendment adopted and the bill as amended passed. Several petitions for the maintenance of town bridges by the state were re ported unfavorably and they were re jected. Among the petitions were sev eral for making the Housatonlc river bridges state bridges. A bill that created considerable dis cussion was the one providing that se lectmen shall send to the clerk of the superior court twice as many names as the town is expected to furnish, and cutting jurors' fees from $3.50 to $2.50 a day. The bill was adopted and re duction in fees, besides hitting the pro fessional Jurymen, will save the state about $20,000 annually. The temperance committee is still working on many bills and will make reports in a day or two. Mr. Warner f Putnam is very ill at his home ini Putnam. It is reported that he has typhoid fever and his life is in danger. Adjourned until Thursday at 10:30 a. m. Bonnd for Gray Gables. New York, June 5. Mrs. Cleveland, her two chlidren and Mrs. Olney ar rived at Jersey City on the Colonial express over the Pennsylvania railroad at 1:52 o'clock this afternoon on their way to Gray Gables, Buzzards Bay. The train was aue at r.m o clock, was delayed. It did not come up to the station, bub went to the Adams pier, where tt -was put on the transport Maiyaand, which started for Harlem, to be' transferred to the New Haven road. Cornell' Crew Arrives. Southampton, June 5. Owing to the lateness of the arrival of the steam ship Parls-JWithi the Cornell-Henley crew on board, Commodore Hastings of the Cornell navy decided not to take the crew to Henley to-night a he intended. The oarsmen will, therefore, remain at the Western hotel over night and .go to Henley in tne morning. The Trial Was Successful. Kiel, June o. tub trial passage through the Baltic-North Sea canal was- made byl the emperor's yacht Hohen- zollern, with Prince Henry of Prussia on boardj o-day. The trip was In every respect successful. The Hamburg- American line steamer Palatia also perial ministry; Herr "Von Koeller. Prussian! minister of the Interior; Baron Marschall Von Blerberstein, Imperial minister of foreign affairs; Count Kul- enburg and other prominent persons. No hitches occurred in any particular. Sunday School Picnics. The Howard avenue Congregational church of New Haven has been booked for Hanover park, Meridem, for July 2. and the First Baptist and Grand ave nue Baptist churches of New Haven will he there July 9. BASEBALL. Kdgewoods Win Easily Game Yesterday. The game between the Edgewoods and Atlantics yesterday resulted In an easy victory for the Westvllle hitters. The following la the result: ; EdgewOod ...3 6 3 0 0 2 3 0 112 Atlantic 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 01 Batteries Madden anid Brennan; Cor coran and Leary. Hits Edgewood 11, Atlantic 3. Errors Edgewood 1, Atlan tic 6. Two-base hits Lautenbach, Sul livan and Leary. Wild pitches Mad den 1. Corcoran 1. Umpire Anthony. Time of game 1 hour and 60 minutes. ' A ttendanc e-r-500. CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASES YESIEIIDA Y WAS UAVSU ALLY BUSY IK THE 8EVEJIAL COUMTS. Argumenta In the Supreme Court of Errors Civil Cusps In the Common Pleas Court Two Kuiall AtBi:iiuients Made in the Probate Court Other Court Not, In the supreme, court of errors' yester day w'as argued the motion of the de fendant in the suit of Joseph H. Murray against the Lehigh Valley railroad for a new trial. , A jury In the superior court awarded Murray $600 damages and the claim is made that the verdict' was against the evidence. J.i?e appeal vy mtr ueieuuum iu um.l i riii il.wirnin 10 nnvR I ho nrirrs suit of Sidney M. Wlntringham against7! Daniel J. Maloney was submitted to the court on briefs. It is expected that the base of Cavo line L. Bradley et al. against the South- era New England Telephone company which comes up on an appeal by the defendant, will be reached to-dqy, la the superior court before Judge Prentice yesterday the arguments in the case of Thomas H, Sullivan against'' the Morning News were made and the- Judge jeserved his decision. At the conclusion of the suit the suits brought- by Maggie Kreiss to recover $1,000 and: Matilda Rosenoff to recover $2,000 dam ages from the city for personal Injuries received by being struck by a limb of a. tree in front of 15S5 State street last July was begun. After the evidence had been introduced the parties at issue came to some agreement and both cases were withdrawn. It is said that a set tlement was effected on the basis oft $50 damages for each of the plaintiffs-! and the costs In the two cass.1, amount i:ig to $49.35 and $46.31 respectively, making a total sum for the city to pay of $1P5.66. In the superior court late yesterday afternoAn the Wallingford suit of Rob ert E. Hall against Charles G. Root, a demurrer which Set up that all the points at issue were within the juris diction of the probate court of Wal linetord, was' sustained. An injunction, was granted in the common pleas court in theisuitof H. P. Hall against Eugene Appell in reference to some contem plated land improvements. In the common PleaS court yesterday afternoon before Judge Hotchklss andj, a jury was commenced the trial ofi Agnes Cochrane's appeal from the de cision of Justice Of the Peace Fowler, awarding Thomas W. Corbett $53.08 anrb costs in a suit brought 'by him to recov er a claim for rent. The trial will be resumed this morning. In the probate court late yesterday afternoon two voluntary assignments were filed. One was by Moses Schoen bertfer, a meat dealer on Lafayette street. N. H. Hoyt was named as trus. tee, and a hearing on his appointment will be held next Wednesday. The other was by Jared Atwater, a Hamden farmer, who named Lucius B. Hlnmnn as trustee. A hearing on the latter's appointment will also take place next Wednesday. Atwater'e assets are placed at $1,600. and his liabilities at $i,zu. He owes the J. A. Granniss estate $300, $575 to Chauncey Allen and $400 to Bet sey A. Gould, all of Hamden. The Suit of L. B. Hinman. trustee of the estate of G. W. Robinson; against Betts te Ailing, has been submitted to the supreme court on briefs and will not be argued. The superior court ren dered judgment for the plaintiff to re cover $2,500, and the defendants ap pealed. Yesterday the last of the Fairfield county cases on the docket was argued It was the suit of Selleck Y. St. John, administrator, against G. L. Dann et al. City Court Criminal Side Judge Dow, Robert G. Devere, theft, discharged; Elsie Devere, theft, $7 fine, $17.65 Costs; John O'Loughlan, breach of the peace, $5 fine, $15.43 costs'; Michael Doohan, breach of the peace, continued until June 6; John W. King, breach of the peace, continued until June 8; William A. Wilson, breach of the peace, $o fine, 10 days in jail, $6.24 Costs; John Kea- gari, breach of the peace, 10 days in jallithey said that she ran ae she approach $6.24 e6tsl .Bernard Lynch, breach of Ld rlver- followed her when the peace, $2 fine, abusive language, judgment suspended, drunk, $3 fine, $5.42 costsl Thomaa Burke, breach of the peace, discharged; Felix Morris, James P. Daley, James McCarthy, tres pans on railroad ear, continued until June 6: John Bruce, noh support, con tinued until June 6; James M, Andrews, violation of city ordinance, $10 fine, $5.42 Costs! Lewis Fisher, defrauding boarding house, continued until June lB.wom4n eeized"him awd both sank. Cox WILL OF JAMES G. ENGLISH. The will of the late James G. English, who died suddenly two weeks- 'ago, was admitted to proDate yesteraay morning. The widow of the deceased and Nathan H. Tuttle were confirmed aa the executors of the estate, whlct was left. entirely to the, widow.. .. THE XNSUKOEyl LEASES. Alleged Body of Marti, Santiago de Cuba, May. 27. The al leged body of the patriot leader, Jose Marti, arrived 'here last Slight and -was at once takeni to the cemetery under a strong guard of Spanish troops, where it remained until this morning. From the tiime that .the body was taken from Remangauaguas, where It had been burled two days, until it reached the railroad station here, the funeral train was attacked by the in surgents nine times with the intention of recovering the body. Ten, of the Spanish were killed and many wounded, among the latter being a lieutenant, Jorge Lattore, A Cuban by birth. The lid Of the coffin was removed this morning in order that the populace might see the body and identify it. The latter, however-, was impossible, as the head was so decomposed. A few Spanish offljBers were then called and they signed a deed stating they identified the body In the coffin as that, of Jose Marti. The body was. then placed lni tt vault supplied by the board of aldermen. Colonel. Sandoval, who commanded the Spanish troops in. the engagement in which Marti is said to have been killed, then delivered the following ad dress: Gentlemen In the presentee of him who was in life Jose Marti, and; in the absence of any one nearer of kin, I pronounce the usual phrases of these occasions. I requesto-your- not? -to- look.- Great Factory FIE Hi! All Records Broken ! From our New York factory we have received the bal- - - . . nf f VipiV wrinlflp crnr-L- J J i Will fit you out in $5.00 to $6.00. $5.75 Select a $10.00 dressy Black Cheviot. $7.75 r c i. c..:j. Black Serges or Pin $10.00 Serves to show our Suits in lhibets, Silk everywhere at $15.00. If M Have line? to M jMiss this sale. This is your Jn justice to yourselves you cannot pass this sale. Boys' Suits 95c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.75. Washable Suits 49c, 65c, 75c, $i.co. Jersey Suits $1.98, $2.25, $2.50. Sailor Suits 90c, $1.25, $2.00. Kilt Washable Suits 25c up. Knee Pants 8c, 1 9c, 2 fc, 39c. Long Pant Suits $2.75, $3.00, $4.00 up. YOU don't have to reckon factory bale One-Price Clothiers, 49-51 Church Street, Near Crown strret. upon the corpse as that of an enemy, but as tire body of a man whose politi cal ideas placed him before the. Spanish soldiers. From the moment the spirit abandons the early body the Almighty receives the soul with generous- pardon; and We, in taking charge of the body, all rancor as toward an enemy ceasing, must give it the Christian burial it deserves. The assemblage then dispersed. A IKTERMTNIC1 StTlCZDE, Struggle of a 1'nllfieman With a Woman In the North Klver. New York, June S. An unknown poor ly dressed woman about sixty years old jumped into the North river off the pier known aa "Suicide Slip," at the foot of Canal Street, about 1 o'clock this morn tog, Policeman Laire and James Bow- en, wno were walking together, saw the woman pass down the street, and It was evident that she meant to jump. but she was In the water by the time they reached the pier. Bowen and Lair called for help, apd ran around seeking a rope. Another policeman, Patrick Cox, hurried to the place, saw the situation, and, pulling 0fpwH cftt)i. sr,ranir Into tb wtftr Th I shook her from him and held her off by the hair. As ehe warn back she grap pled with him again, and again Cox had to force her off. At the piles Cox sup- ported himself while the two men on the pier found a rope. With it the wo man was hoisted up on the dock. While I an ambulance surgeon was coming from the Hudson street hospital the rescuers moved the uncomisclous woman's arms and chest to revive her, but she died despite their efforts. On her head was a small bruise caus ed by striking against a pile. In her pocket were three pennies andi a hand kerchief. The body was taken to the '; morgue. Recovering. Mr. C. P. Jordan of the Leigh cloth ing storeAas been confined to his home lni West Haven for the last two weeks with chills and malaria, but is now con valescent. OAK HALL Lardeps would be a -more appropriate name for that common , cause of suffering dyspepsia because most cases of dyspepsia can be traced to food cooked with lard. Let COTTOLENE take the place of lard in your kitchen and good health will take the place of Dyspepsia. OF- All Prices Smashed ! mhirh mnct hp turned Into rash -n i, i , i will mnvo thnm hkp. hnt ralrrs- a splendid Working Suit worth Sack Suit of all wool Blue or r ti i. rM.. rv 1 m... Check Cassimere, worth $12.00. best lines of artistically tailored Mixtures and Worsteds. Sold Dollar Gaining- Opportunity how to save money. Our does it tor yop. OAK Manufacturing Clothiers, 49-51 Church Street, Near OrowO Streot. Wallingford Karen. Wallingford, June 5. The Wallingford Driving and Cycling association held a meeting last evening and voted to open the season Saturday afternoon, June 15. The following races and purses were decided upon: 1 2:40 class, purse $75; free-to-all, $100; named 3:00 class, purse $55. TO MEN. The loss-is-ours, and notwithstanding tht sharp advance In prices. We will sell you DURING THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 1st, Dur Russia Calf Four Dollar Shoe for $3.19. Our Russia Calf Three Dollar and Fifty Cent Shoe for $2.75. Not a pair has been sold this season for less than $1.00 and $3.50. A. B. (xILEEFWOOD, 773 CHAPEL STREET. Closed evenings except Monday and Saturday. M ILL 1 Jlfflii Try it. Every pail of the genuine COTTOLENE bears this trade mark steer'sheadin cotton-plant wreath. Made only by Tho.N. K. Fair bank Company, CHICAGO, and Produce Exchange, K. V., S State St., Boston, jprs Gsrafls. bale ft. M & Co. 783 Chapel St. THREE DAYS' SALE! SIX HOOK CORSETS 6O0. Think of Ladies' perfect fitting Corsets, six hooks and four side steels, made to sell (for 01.35, special at 50o. r. Sb C CORSET WAISTS 80c A new lot of these oe5ebratd Ladies' P & c. Corset wautsofune satineaud tape I tnai Akf Viiif rrrfd drtlil JiirafYTufll 1A fit. fastened buttons, sold everywhere at $1.00, atouly50o. SPECIAL SALE NIGHT GOW.NS. Our regular 76o at special 50o. INFANTS' SMB'D UASILYUSKK CLOAKS 98o. Shc-rt white Cashmere Cloaks, skirt and cape handsomely silk embroidered, speolul at 98o. GIRLS' CAMBRIC DRESSES 50c Another great sale of these Girls' Drosses, aged 6 to 14, very latest stylos. very wide ruffles and braid, trimmed, at 50o. DRESS LINING SALE. Soft finish lining Cambric, all colors but black. special 8a yard Fast black "Midnight" Cambno, 5 l-2o yutd. Silesia, .fancy figured one side, wito '.jifLt. i4--il2a 1 Bilesia..l LAUlJSa' BlliK. MXL'XB 100. uoior- ed Taffeta'Stlk Mitts, excellent special 15o. FRENCH BALBRIGGAN UNDER WEAR 85c Genuine French Balbrig- gan Underwear Shirts with ribbed bot tom and pearl buttons, Drawers with pearl buttons and extension straps, the so are worth C5o. butsubjeot to be- in id slightly soiled, are special at 350 each, or 8 for $1. LADIES' BLACK LISLE THREAD HOSE 23o. Real Lisle Thread fast black Hose, worth350, special at 230. MOTHER'S FRIEND LAUNDERED WAISTS. These genuine ' Slother'e' Friend Boys' Waists are our regular 750 laundered styles at speoial for three days 59o. LADIES SERGE SUITS $5.98 This will be the last sale of urre strictly all wooVSerge Blazer Suits (navy only) coat half silk lined. Some skirts all, and some half lined with stiff organ pleat baoks, a $3.00 quality at $5.98. BLACK MOHAIR SUITS 8G.98. Think of a floe luster Mohair Brilliant-' ine Blazer ult, very newest shape, at onlytfl.ga NOTIONS New and handsome white metalBolt Buckles, link design, worth- 25c, at special Bo. CAPE SEAL 2.98. 25 Ladles Capes, some black brocadeil silk, lrtce trimmed and silk lint J, others or fine Kersey, pleated ribbon neolt and- circu lar voke ruffle of fine black lace, and also extra length double Cunes. taiiorQ made, with velvet oollurs. all at 82.08. SILK EMBROIDERED SUSPEND-? ERS loo. Only in sales like ours oftfl you find elegantly silk embroidered Suspenders, with drawer oatoh, t 10c, are very cheap at even 25c. MEN'S CELLULOID COLLARS 10o.. The genuine Celluloid Collars 100, and Celluloid Cuffs 21o. WM. FRANK & CO., 781-783 Chapel street. A FRIEND EST NEED. DR. SWEET'S MFALLIBLE LINIMENT. ProDared from the rooine of Dr. Btenhaa Sweet of Connootlout, the great Natural Bone getter. Baa been used for more than SO years and is the best known remedy for Hheuma tJem, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, liurna. Cats, Wounds anil all external Injuries. C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor, Sole Agent. THE MAIT JEW STYLES Ladies Low Walking Shoes and from e Oxfords Are -well represented on our shelves. They were all made before the recent advance in oost of leather, and we offer to-day your selection from, our enormous ! stock, all marked at the lowest prices ever quoted for Fine Shoes. The lots SPECIAL BARGAINS. . Ladies' Paris Kid Oxfords, medium stout soles-for walking, ' $2.00 Ladies' Glaze Dongola Oxfords, light flex ible soles, patent leather foxings, $2.00 Ladies' Russet Goat and Cloth Top Ox fords, pointed and medium toes, $2.00 The New Haven 842-846 Chapel Street, 1xz (mm. IstMwg 0, Tatts a Bull liy tie Horns May be: a case of misdirected energy at the wrong time. Now's the very hick of time for prompt aotion. : The following? letter, if not sufficient ly explanatory, will at least have the effect of making you conjeoture ; it will ,give Jfett'aa idea that. the Connec ticut Clothing CO. is going to dd some- ijth(ng, and) -you won'the wrong. ThefC6flheotloufc.Clothing Co. ia-,goinar - b, 'onustWtar, nd that eaniethlna Pwlll be a rAUSIafcloni not onW. to iha ;!Veadym'ade ribttinff friyar tfcoB competition. ' Boston, Mass, June 'A, 1855, BConneotTcutClothing Co., . ( Mr. Sol. MyersJManageR, Dear '61r: We haye decidedFito ao 'c'jpt' your tfffer Ohthe 15401 Suits' -you) looked at yesterday : terms on, same to Cbe cash. io days. Goods WllPheishlppedl ' N. H. & Hi' BR. ' We rehirfhryoiiKS truly, ' RHODES, RIPLKT & CO. , ' . 99 'Summer St,, Boston, Masa. '. This1 .letter etmply means,, onl.thet.facei of 'it, that we have bought 'af ourscrwnl nrloe. for cash, over' l'.BOfli seasonable: handsome Suits' ! but the lealiijaota.lw the ittktte"r are, that the goods swrp sold) 'to tia atfeuch a ridiculously lw fleJufft that We 'Are enatilbA ttt: lnfl-uer- L orate & Suit Salis- thar'for genuine ac- traorainary vajpea ofcerpoj .wast. never eiTuained jinXJCnneotlcut, and wei oubt inline' ooumrsi. Jinaaequane space auea hot qllow us to mentiOh.in detail the hargalna WOj Wllloffer ' we' will- take a ruture ocoasionj ror tnat. isut we wui in'a general way say-! Unless jhu owe your'selfi. ai grtidge ond!;are deterniinedi to settleithe debt, don't tos& iai ihOment Lsbagging first choices In the game ow Irt eight. Gaze Into our Wests "windosv.or.Jhs Ihft.rffAlna In.-Ttten'f. iRliits. .nd' Inforwn ast-windowiorthevmi!ren?'Sult&, . uOBieclicatUffiui Co., New Haven's LeaSlng clothiers, ,j 813415-817 Cha Street. New rtaven, Conn. SOL. MYERS, Manager. 'XININGS. MACHINE JOBBING. TTT ANTED, all sorts of reoairinff. s Vy Machine Jdbbinfff models made. Tailors' Jbears, Biirberg, Sclggors and Skatel Bijiirpenc Kine Lamps, Silverware repaired. ftear 67 Orange Street. fiaiy fOMJBKOY BKOS ARE YOU A TOBACCO SAVB ? ' DO you want to quit this practice? You outtbt to do it for the sake of vour heart your Nerves, your Lungs. Every chew, every smoke, hurts you. If you want to stop there will be a struggle and you will fall unless you. J. OWU-DI roughly. No experiment, no fake, no injury. A sure. safe, speedy cure. Try-it. it. will .1 i fail. Write to The Antinlcotine Co.. Serb erov. Conn, ap2 marked, two dollars are Shoe Company, New Haven, Cenn.