New Haven’s Great Park.

Chapter of Accidents -- Yesterday was quite a day of casualties among the carriages. "A horse and wagon, driven by Mr. Henry Austin, architect, in descending the hill leading to the Mountain House, East Rock, was upset, and the wagon broken to pieces. The unfortunate animal also broke one of his fore legs, and was… Continue reading New Haven’s Great Park.

The Town Crier, by George Wickstrom

At 88, Charles Carll Recalls Varied Career; Goes to Colleges via Radio "Tomorrow will be the 88th birthday anniversary of Charles T. Carll, 1604 Twenty-second street, Rock Island. Like all men who have had a long and active life, Mr. Carll looks backward a great deal. His roots go deep in America's political and economic… Continue reading The Town Crier, by George Wickstrom

Back from California.

To Which He Returns Shortly With His Family -- Mr. Peter R. Carll Important New Enterprises in His New Field of Activity "New Haven's old and esteemed citizen, Peter R. Carll, has returned from his stay in California to his Temple street residence and presents a picture of almost perfect robust health. In business there… Continue reading Back from California.

Prof. Bristol’s Equescurriculum.

"Prof. D. M. Bristol's equescurriculum will begin at the Hyperion to-night. The Boston Herald says: 'Boston has seen some wonderful performances of educated horses, but never any which surpasses the one under direction of Prof. Bristol, now at the Globe Theater. The tricks and antics of these horses are simply amazing.'"-Excerpt courtesy of the Library… Continue reading Prof. Bristol’s Equescurriculum.

The Improvements Completed

A Vast Change in the Appearance of the Hyperion -- An Opera House Second to None -- One of the Best and Largest in the Country. "A grand change has taken place in the appearance of the Hyperion theater since the last season came to a close, and as the old theater people have been… Continue reading The Improvements Completed

Bunnell Takes It.

Leases Carll's Opera House For A Term of Years -- Will Run Bunnell's Museum The Same As Before Also. "Manager Bunnell is enthusiastic over his lease of the Carll Opera House, which he perfected yesterday. The lease runs a term of several years. He intends to put in a large amount of new scenery at… Continue reading Bunnell Takes It.

The Republican League Purchases the Club House on Chapel Street

A Meeting of the Members to Ratify the Committee's Action -- Extensive Repairs to be Made. "Yesterday a very important purchase of property was made, being the purchase of the club house of the Republican league by its members, the consideration being $25,000. Dr. Winchell, who held the property on a mortgage, and Thomas R.… Continue reading The Republican League Purchases the Club House on Chapel Street