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June 24, 1881.
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Want of Rain.
The Apple Crop sa Failure -Bad for the
Potatoes New Haven County and
Elsewhere Bad for the Grass.
A veteran New Haven county farmer vis
iting in the city Bays: "The apple erop in
the upper towns of New Haven county ia
bad failure, especially in tbe low grounds.
Tbe agrienltnral reports which I read in va
rious papers show that apples will be scarce
and dear this year, which will cause mourn
ing and sorrow I am afraid among lovers of
this fruit. The same is true of the potato
erop in the upper part of this county and in
many other towns in the State. Now a word
as to grass. Excepting on the coast and
few other sections the grass cro? in Con'
nocticut is a bad failure. In the northern
part of. New Haven county and in adjoining
sections tbe crop is worse than has been
known in fifty or even seventy years. Whole
acres are devoid of grass, and in place there
of there comes up sorrel in endless abun
dance."
On the came subject the Hartford Courant
of yesterday says : " The want of rain is
severely felt in many of tbe farming dis
tricts of the State. There have been some
heavy local showers which have helped out
the crops in a few localities, but generally
the drouth is burning up crops, even the
grass crop, which is all-important to the
Connecticut agricultural industry. The
country roads, deep ' with dust which
makes traveling by highways very of
fensive, show tbe general charac
ter of the dry season. On the east side of
the Connecticut river, across from Hartford,
where the soil is naturally dry and sandy,
tbe traveler in the hot sun is caught between
two fires, and what with the heat from above
and below and the clouds of dust which sur
round him, he may well consider himself
lucky if he gets away alive. The tobacco
raisers are putting out their plants in the
sweltering heat and are compelled to draw
water with teams long distances, in many
cases, to moisten tbe dry earth, and this ex
perience is both uncomfortable and expen
sive. There have been few seasons when
the situation has been more disadvantageous
to tobacco culture, and so much depends in
Hartford county on the success of tbis crop
that the present outloos is anything but en
couraging. Only a rainy spell of reasonable
duration will put the earth in good shape to
give an average yield of crops of various
sorts.
"Tbe general look of the ootljicg country,
indeed of tha whole State, is even worse than
it usually is in the dry fall. Tbe apple trees
are turned as brown by the canker worms as
if fire had run over them. The trees in the
forests are browned by the late frosts, so as
to seem blighted. Walnuts, for instance,
will probably yield no better crop than ap
pies. Rye, in many cases, was blighted by
the frost. The hay crop is very thin Bt the
present outlook. Small fruits have been de
stroyed by tbe tens of thousand; of dollars'
worth. In some remoter parts of the State
hay is selling at $20 a ton in the barn. The
tobacco crop and the summer boarders are
tbe chief hope of the farmers this year."
"Satan Hever Xdlo."
A Plea fur Religions Meetings on East
lXork Park on Sundays.
Xo the Editor of the Journal and Courier:
.As jou have kindly allowed a portion of
you? columns to be used in discussing the
important theme as to whether ov not relig
ious itexvices shall be held on East Cock dur
ing the outdoor season, we avail ourselves of
the privilege of expressing our opinion on
the subject, and we think by so doing we
also express the nentimentB of our immedi
ate friends. Onr beautiful Park is to be the
breathing place, or the lungs, so to
speak, of our city, let us hope, for
all time. What better consecration
can we give to the grand height
and charming groves, than that each Sunday
as tbe over-worked and wearied citizen, hand
in hand with his little ones, saunters up the
driveway reading "sermons in Btones and
good in every thing," that he may be sur
prised and cheered by the voice of prayer
and the song of praise. Satan is never idle,
and as our Sunday liquor law is being en
forced some other net will be laid, into the
meshes of which many feet may ba entan
gled. Our Saviour "seeing the multitude,
be went up into a mountain," and from his
lips dropped those pearls of beatitudes as
"he opened his mouth and taught."
Our churches, luxuriant and inviting as
they are, come far Bhort of nature's
cathedral, where under frttted arch of leaf
and twig, cooling breezes woo the week day
toilers to forget for a time their struggle for
tbe "wherewithal" and simply to "consider
the lilies." We wish no milk and water goB
pel distilled in "honeyed words" for fear the
"women and children" may not be able to
comprehend, for the best talent of oar city is
none too good for us working people. Let
us bear occasionally part of the grand old
liturgy of tbe Episcopal church, let us listen
now and then to such eloquent divines as
grace our many city pulpits, and, regardless of
differing creeds, may the one text
be Christ crucified. We wish to
listen to no homilies on Sabbath breaking,
for true religion ministers to the bodies as
well as to the souls of men, and we have
ever noticed that those who are alwaja wish
ing to become premature angels are so dis
eased in body that they selfishly wish to
sbirk present duties. How would such
bursts of sacred musio as Old Hundred and
Coronation sound from the mountain top at
the sunset hour ? "Go to church," says one,
"if you wish to hear sermonizing-" But
what if the masses will not go ? Then why
not carry tbe glad tidings to them and let tbe
precions promises tbat pervade the pages of
Holy Writ be told in a conversational style,
and as the passing throng reveals new facs
let the old, old .story of tbe true cross be
again and again Tepeated. S. E. 14.
The Court Kecord.
City
Court Criminal Side Judge StnJ-
ley.
June 23 Charles Higgins, vagranoy, $6.18
costs and 60 days in jail; Libina Quinn,
drunk, 15 dais in jail and $5.39 costs; same,
breach of tbe peace, judgment suspended;
William Quinn, breach of the peace, judg
ment suspended; John Philbourne, same,
discharged; John J. Gallagher, neglect of
family, to July 23 nisi; John McCormack,
theft of pants from Morris O'Sullivan, $7
fine, $6.18 costs, 30 days in jail; Thomas
Faby, breach of peace, te July 14; Fred Bono
no, same, nolled on payment of $S.50 costs;
Timothy Decwin, theft, $7 fine, $6 18 costs,
30 days in jail, appealed; Charles Jones,
lascivious carriage, $5 fine, $6.18 costs; An
nie Brown, same, same; James Muldoon and
John Srefert, theft, continued to June 24;
Thomas Coffey, using firecrackers, $5 fine,
$5.39 costs, appealed; Philip MoGivney,
lascivious carriage, $7 fine. $6.18 costs;
Eliza Ryan, same, $7 fine, $6 18 oosts, 30
days in jail; Eliza Ryan, theft from Lena
Strodel, $7 fine, $6.18 oosts, 30 days in iaii;
Adam Scott, drunk, breach of the peace,
judgment suspended.
Conrt notes.
The civil Bide of the Superior oourt was
opened yesterday morning and immediately
adjourned without day. The June term for
criminal business comes in one week from to
day, Judge Granger presiding.
In the City court yesterday morning Tim
othy Derwin, who stole fourteen chickens, a
hen and a rooster from Charles Caffery, of
Cherry Ann street, last week, was fined $7
and costs and sent to jail for thirty days.
Prosecutor D ailey has extended to Friday
next the time in which the bondsmen of the
liquor dealers whose licenses have been re
voked will bave to pay np their sureties ef
$300 each. If they do not pay the county
treasurer will bring suit.
There were tbirty-eigth names on the crim
inal docket of the City oourt yesterday morn
ing. This is one of the largest batches of
prisoners that has been in court this year.
In the City court yesterday morning John
Ward was fined $25 and eosts for an assault
upon John Haokett last Saturday evening.
Ward appealed.
Will Take a Merlden Pulpit.
Rev. C. H. Everest, formerly of Plymouth
ohoroh, Chicago, who has been temporarily
living in Nor walk, was engaged yesterday a,
pastor of the Corner church in Meriden for
one year at a salary of $10,000. He i- said
to be one of the beet preachers in the denom
ination.
Edward J. Brennan, who for the past year
has been punning his studies at St. Charles'
college, Baltimore, will return t this city
this evening. A reception will be given at
his home on Perkins street, where many
friends will be in waiting to welcome his return.
State Correspondence.
Wallingford.
Anyone wishing to go on tha excursion of
the New Haven Yacht club to-morrow can
purohase tickets at the postofflce and persons
buying these ticKets can, ty showing them at
the depot, secure railroad tiokets for the
loond trio for forty-five cents.
Tbe effeots of Miss h. A Hastings were
sold at auction Friday evening. They com
prised a large pioture, sewing table, pair of
blankets, castor, two pillows, part 01 a cuest
of tea and some other articles. The amount
realized was $12 20.
Tbe card stand which Mr. E. A. Parker
presented as a prize for the third best draw
ing by the scholars of the High school goes
to the owner of design No. 11. Herbert
Atkinson was the judge.
On Saturday the thermometer was 105 in
the shade at C. Hills' on Churoh street.
Tbe ladies of tbe Episcopal society will
give a festival in the Town Hall on Wednes
day and Thursday evenings. Strawberries
and ice cream will be furnished at reasonable
prices and an entertainment will be given
consisting of tableaux, musio and a oomio
operetta entitled "Cups and Saucers."
The National band play for the excursion
of the New Haven Yacht club to-morrow.
The Judd Manufacturing company have
shut down their works for two weeks.
Mrs. William Y. Beach, of New York, is
visitincr in town.
Miss al. -Li. tfurrill. a former teaoner in tne
High school, is visiting with Miss Jeunie E.
Doolittle on South Main street.
A band of gypsies are camped out on the
turnpike, near the Community's property.
There was no swimming maton on tne iase
Saturday as reported.
A horse belonging to a man named Ulinton,
who resides in North Haven, broke a leg by
stepping in a bad rut on the Pond Hill road
Saturday evening. The Selectmen were no
tified and the town will bave to pay dam-
The Arcanum club have deoided to hold
their annual dinner on Monday, June 30, at
George's Hotel, Black Rock. J une 23
State News.
Mr. Andrew Gilroy of Norwich, who grad
uates in medicine at the University of er
mont to-day, has taken two special diplomas.
The Rev. E. C. Porter will be installed on
Tuesday as pastor of the Second Congrega
tional churoh at Greenwich. The sermon
will be preached by the Rev. Dr. Barton, of
Hartford.
The Rev. Father Andrew Haggerty, of
Danielsonville, died at the house of his father
-a Norwich Friday night.
Fidel Bantel. a Waterbury saloon keeper,
who attempted suicide by cutting bis throat
last Thursday, is doing well and will prob
ablv recover. He would have succeeded bet
ter iat his attempt bnt for the interference of
members of his family wno ronna mm tissu
ing at his throat and took the razor away.
The railroad commissioners will meet
New Britain on Friday next to consider the
matter of tbe location and erection of a new
depot in that city. The city council has in
structed the city attorney to appear and urge
the desirnbihty of a Union depot and that
be of brick. It is expected that a hearing
will be given to all who have an interest in
the matter.
Rev. M. D. Buell of the South Park Meth
odist church of Hartford has resigned to ao
cent tbe professorship of New Testament
exeizesis at Boston university. He will study
in German for a year before assuming his
new du'.ies
THEY KOCKED THE BOAT.
Adam Heffener, who was drowned in Lake
Kenosia, Danbury, as already announced.lost
his life indirectly through the common prac
tice of rockine a boat to see how far it will
co'. iust the way in wbich the two Fair Haven
bovs came to lose their lives recently. He
was ont with two companions, and they car
ried on their amusement till the boat filled.
Then he and another tried to swim ashore.
He was drowned, and the other was resoued
unconscious and revived with difficulty. The
third man, who could not swim at all and
stuck to the boat, had no other damage than
a bad fright. Rocking a boat is only one re
move from firing an unloaded gun. A young
German at Round Hill tried the latter expert
ment and shot Johnny White, a boy 10 years
old, who lies in a critical oondition, though
hopes of his recovery are entertained.
PLLOKIMAOE TO THE CATSKILLS.
The preliminary arrangements for the ex
cureion of Washington commandery, Knighl
Templar, Hartfotd, for the pilgrimage to tbe
Catskills, are completely and about four bun
dred Sir Knights from that city and other
places will take part in the trip. The party
will leave there on Wednesday at 10 a. m. by
special train over the Hartford and Connecti
cut Western road. Washington commandery,
with the Weed band, will be accompanied by
Springfield commandery and delegations from
Holyoke, Greenfield, Fittsheld, Middletown
Meriden. Waterburv and New Hartford. The
Greenfield and Pittsfield Sir Knights will join
tbem at Canaan, where the Housatonic
road connects with the Hartford and Connec
tiout Western road. At Rhmebeck tbe ex
cursionists will be received by the Kingston
commandery aud escorted to Kingston,
where a parade and collation will be had in
the City hall. From there the visitors will
be esoorted to the Ulster and Delaware rail
road depot, whence tbey will prooeed to the
Grand Hotel in the mountains, kept by Cap
tain E. A. Gillette. The trip into the moun
tains will occupy a couple of hours. Thurs
day will be spent in tbe Catskills. The re
turn will be made on Friday.
Sweden's Brandy King.
Lars Olsen Smith, the brandy king of
Sweden, who is at present at London, is one
of the most remarkable men of bis age, per
haps tbe most remarkable Ssandinavian of
his time. Although his eldest daughter is
about to be married to the son of the presi
dent of the Swedish House of Lords, thereby
allying him with one of the first families in
Sweden, few men carry out the extreme dem
ocrats principle with such unsparing
thoroughness as Lars Olsen Smith. To hear
him talk, either in explaining bis plans of
the future or in describing what he has al
ready accomplished, reoalls reminisoenses of
he heroes of Disraeli s novels.
Mr. Smith is a man who has been the
largest manufacturer of spirits in Sweden,
and is now the most energetic apostle of
temperance in northern Europe; an idealist
capable of dreaming of the regeneration of
society, and yet a bard-headed man of busi
nesg; a prosaic-looking, sturdy plebeian, too
independent to alios anyone to assist bim on
with his overcoat, Mr. bmitn is, nevertheless,
at this moment, practically dictating to tbe
parliament of bis native country an entire
reversal of its legislation as to the sale of
strong drink, and is engaged in a gigantic ex
periment which, if successful, will render
Sweden the paradise of the social reformer,
This man, who once was the terror of the
brandy makers of Sweden, who rigged the
market, controlled prices, and oonducted his
financial operations with the nerve of a Van
derbilt and the liariDC of a Gould, is now
carrying on a campaign against tbe sooial
evils of bis time with the same energy, direct
ness of purpose and keen praotical Bagacity
that distinguished him in the days when he
was building up tbe gigantio fortune which
he is now dedicating to the amelioration of
the condition of his oountrymen. A Swede
of the Swodes, a typical Northman, he is a
cosmopolitan of the latest modern type. He
speaks seven languages, and is at home in al
most every country in Europe. His daughters
re at present in Paris; one son has just takena
bis
degree at the folytechmoura at Zurich
and
is now studying tbe social question in
the United States; the other, who is with Mr.
Smith in England at present, is a student of
"Stattswissenchaft," at the university of
Tubigen. At this moment Mr. Smith has
agents scattered over tbe continent, studying
in every land the latest experiments for
ameliorating the condition of the people and
gathering up wherever they can be found
hints and suggestions for the solution of the
great sooial problem. Mr. Smith himself is
indefatigable.
To-day he will have an interview with Mr.
Chamberlain; to-morrow he will prooeed to
Mancneeter to investigate in tbat city, in
Liverpool and in Roohdale what has been
done in Lancashire to improve the oondition
of the working population. Nor has Mr.
Smith, with all his researches, accumulated
so many facts as to be bewildered in the
midst of his stores of knowledge. He has
not put so many books on the top ef his
head as to crush out his brains. On the con
trary, we have never met any Utopist who
entertained a clearer idea as to how the world
mieht be resenerated, or how society might
be revolutionized, than tbis hard headed mil
lionaire philanthropist, who has worked ont
bis theories in practice and is able to sub
stantiate all his wildest assertions by an array
of facts and figures such as is usually con
fined to the pages of a Blue Book. He is no
longer a "Brandy King." He has abdicated.
and is now waging war to tbe death against
tbe consumption of alcohol.
How tbe threat Statue Was Made.
Charles Barnard has contributed to the
July St. Nicholas a ve-y graphio and popular
account of Bartholin's great Statue of Liber
ty, from which we make the following ex
tract: "In the first place, there had to be a
sketch or model. This was a figure of the
statue in clay, to give an idea of how it would
look. The public approved of this model,
and then the first real study of the work was
made, a piaster statue, just one-sixteenth
the size of the intended statue."
"Tbe next step was to make another model
just four times as large, or one-fourth the
size of the real statue. This quarter size
model being finished, then came the task of
making the full-size model in plaster. Bnt
this had to be made in sections. For instance,
the first seotion includes the base on whioh
the figure stood, the feet, and the hem
of the garment. The next seotion would
include a circle quite round the long flowing ;
dress, just above the hem. The third section
would stand above this and show more folds
of the dress, and reach part way up to the
knee. In like manner, the whole figure would
be divided into sections.
"The Quarter size model was first divided
in tbis way, and then to lay out tbe full size
plan it was only necessary to make a plan oc
each seotion four times as large as the section
actually was in tbe model. Every part of the
model was covered with marks or dots for
guides, and by measuring from dot to dot,
increasing the measurment four times, and
then transferring it to tne larger model, an
exaot copy just tour times was made. r or
cash of these large sections, however, there
had to be a support of some kind, before the
plaster could be laid on. Having marKea on
the floor an outline plan of the enlarged seo
tion, a wood frame-work was built np inside
the plan. Then upon tms name-wore: pias
ter was roughly spread. It soon resembled,
in a rude way, the corresponding section of
tbe quarter sized model, but was four times
as large. Then the workmen copied in inis
pile of plaster every feature of the model
section, measuring and measuring, again and
again, from dot to dot, correcting by means
of plumb lines, and patiently trying and re
trying till an exact copy only in proportions
four times as large was attained.
The great irregularity of tbe drapery
made it necessary to put three hundred marks
on each section, besides twelve hundred small
er marks, in order to insure an exact corre
spondence in proportion between tbe enlarged
sections of the full-size model and tbe stc
tions of the quarter-size model. Each of
these merks, moreover, had to be measured
three times on both models, and after tbat
came all tbe remeasurements, to prove tbat
a single mistake bad been made.
When these sections in plaster had been
completed, then came the work of making
wooden molds that should bo exact copies
both in size and moulding of the plaster.
These were all carefully made by hand. It
was long, tedious, and dimculc. Each piece
was a mold of a part of the statue, exactly
fitting every projection, depression and curve
of that portion of the figure or drapery. In
to these wooden molds sneets of metal were
laid, and pressed or beaten down till they fit
ted the irregular surfaces of tbe molds. All
the repousse, or hammered work, was done
from the back, or inside, of the sheet. If
the mould is an exact oopy of a part of the
statue.it is easy to see tbat the sheet of metal,
when made to fi. it, will, when taken out and
turned over, be a oopy of that part of the
statue.
These sheets were of copper, and each
was from one to three yards square. Each
formed a part of the bronze statue, aud of
course no two were alike.
"In this complicated manner, by making
first a sketch, then a quarter-size model, then
a full size model in sections, then hundreds
of wooden copies, and lastly by beating into
ehape three hundred sheets of copper, tbe
enormous statue was finished. These three
hundred bent and hammered plates, weighing
in all eighty-eight tons, fotm the outside of
the statue. They are very tbin, and while
they fit each other perfectly, it is quite plain
tbat it they were put together in their proper
order they wonld not stand alone' These
hammered sheets make the out side of the
statue; but there must be also a skeleton, a
bony structure inside, to hold it together.
Tbis is of iron beams, firmly riveted together,
and making a support to which the copper
sheli can be fastened."
Content.
Hnch a tiny, fragile boat on the ocean wide.
If tbe wind and storm should rjBe whither would'et
thou hide ?
One tbere is who tempers well every wind that
blows.
And I need not fret nor can; he both less and
iwi s.
Bonnie little birdie, sweet singing in our tree.
W by should yon go jourLeying o'er the pathless sea ?
'Mong tbe southern myrtle trees I can see my neat;
After weary wandering cometh blissful rest.
Fairest little lily bell on tbe Bllent lea,
Vtby should you grow beautiful ? Nobody can see.
But the basy honey bee knowetb where I grow
And the atgls smile at me, passing to and fro.
O soul ! Most pure and patient In the heat of pain,
'Mid life's strife and conflict answering not again;
Sure the mystic wherefore thou hast learnt to spell ?
It aufficeth that I know he doeth a 1 things wel,
LiLLxii: IS. Barr.
When a Alan Whose Head was Bald,
bnt is now covered by a luxuriant growth of
glossy hair, gives tbe secret by which he re
gained bis hair, there are very many who
will want to try the same receipt. Mr.
George Mclndue, of Middletown, this State,
whose portrait is given in another column,
sajs "Kallocrine" did tbis work for him. If
you question it write to him. "Kallocrine" is
sold by druggists at 50 cents a bottle. There
is nothing that will do in its place.
jal9eod w 2w
American Cough Drops (liquid) ia the "old
reliable" family remedy for all affections of
the head, throat and lungs. Keep it in the
bouse. ja!9 eod&w2w
OlDAWi" TT ft mo
50c to $2.00.
MAGKIHAWS,
Fj5AN.IL AS.
AIL THE LATEST.
MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
Trunks ! Trunks
Kilbourn & Co.'s,
816 CHAPRL STREET.
t T
Ckcaiton.
ARC ILL'S
Business College,
817 Chapel Street.
Entries may be made for the Bummer months at
reduced rates. Special facilities for ladies.
Apply for circular. J 20
" Si I S FA iw7IKtiMi W 6-S,
CULTIVATION of the VOIOE;:(Itallan method) an
PIANO INSTB.UOTION.
CHAS. T. HOWE.
FLUTE and PIANO INSTRUCTION.
103 Crown Street, near Temple Street,
selRtf
paints;
oils
AND
GLASS.
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
396 AND 398 STATE STREET, Courier Building.
If a child iu properly
btrarlshsd, quiet n 'gaits
&nd a Joyous happy
childhood are the re-
leulte. Thonflande of in
ants are peevish and
fretful because they are
being slowly arved.
owing to the inability of
uiuiuern so supply .ne
proper nourishment.
Ridee'a Food nroducea
kood healthy flesh with
plenty or boce and mns-
lele. Indeed, thousands
have been auccessrally reared on i.idge's Food alone.
Put np in cans, fcur sizes, at 35c and upward. Sold
by Druggists'. WUOLtilCH & CO., on labels.
Je3d&wlm
EEMOVAL.
We hare removed to our new building
Nos. 821-823 Grand Street,
Which is very spacious, well lighted, and four entire
floors on which to display our new stylet of
FURNITURE OF ALL KIXDS.
We are now carrying a very large stock and will be
Die ro mwt cue oemauas oi our constantly increaa
ng trade.
The same Low Prices
and Liberal Termi ma hays theretofore
been the feat area of this eatavblt ah. ment.
P. J. KELLY & CO.
Nos. 821 and 823 Grand Street,
ass
aBATEFUL OOMlfOBTINa.
EPPS'S COCOA.
BREAKFAST.
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
whioh govern the operations of digestion and nutri
tion, and by a careful application of the fine proper
ties ef well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided
onr breakfast tables with a delicately flavored bev
erage which may save ua many neavy doo tors' bills.
It ia by the Judicious use of such articles of diet that
a constitution may be gradually built up until strong
enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
of subtle maladies are floating around ua ready to
attack wherever there ia a weak point. We may es
cape many a fatal ahaft by keeping ourselves well for
tified with pure blood and a properly nourished
frame." Civil Service Gazette.
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold In
tins only iX lb. and lb.) by Grocers, labeled thus :
TAMES EPFS & CO., Homoeopathic Chemists,
u7 tneaawed ly London. England.
Dentistry
(J. II. Gidnej
Dentist,
787 Chapel St
north side.
net. State anil
urasee ate.
Teeth Extracted, as Cents. .
use of Ether n- ' - "0 Cents.
Teeth nlled - - t'aeth made of the finest
materials a'- ices the IAiw.au J. con
mmr: ma
sistent t; L .rliJ-.k Ji
Jiitanrial.
The Market Opens Weak Prices Decline
Steadily at the Opening A Better Feel
ing Toward tne Close.
New York, June 33.
Tbe market to-fay under the influence of numer
ous unfavorable rumors in regard to tbe nnanclsj
standing of arms and Individuals was weak almost
from th opening up to 1. 15 p. m. During th period
mentioned prices declined stesdily, the downward
movement being accelerated by frequent raids oa the
part of -tbe bears. Th, bulls seemed powerless to
check tha downward movement and tbe bears had
everything much their own way. None of tbe rumors
in rgtrd to ptnding failures could be traced to any
authoritative source and for the most part seemed to
have originated from mere talk among the gossips,
Shortly before 3 o'clock about the lowest prices of
the day wire made, the decline ranging from H to
6JC percent., led by Northwestern Common. The
preferred showed a decline cf 3. Missouri Pacific
3i-f, Illinois Central ajtf, Chicago and Alton tC, Iake
Shore V, Milwaukee and Saint Paul for the cara
mon and 2Ji for the preferred. Western Union 3J.',
Louisville and Nashville 3X and Omaha preferredSy,
Tbe decline in the rest of the list ranged from H to
2V. In the last hour the market was firmer, bnt
prices were very unsettled. As the time of closing
drew near, however, without any failures being
announced there ws a d 3C:ded rush to cover which
caused a sharp upward turn. Taking all together the
day wis a regular blue Monaay on tbe Exchange.
Prices fell with such rapidity at times that there wi s
every indication of another panic. The rumors tf
impendiig disasters were extensively eirculatea.
Several wealthly men were reported in trouble
Rumors regard .ng the inability of certain companies
with which Mr, Huntington, the great railroad taag
. nate, ia connected were freely circulated and prompt,
ly denied. The Vanderbilt boys were reported as
Billing heavily. These and reports of reduced div
idends by certain of the dividend paying properties
and a scare of other rumors were used against th
market. The Gould .brokers tried hard to sustain
Missouri Pacific, but the offerings were too heavy
and at one time the prices showed a decline of 3 per
cent, from the highest point. Mcst of this was re
covered, however, before the close. Mr. 8. V
WUlte stubbornly contested all attempts to break tb
price of Lackawanna and not ozly succeeded in sua.
talning it, but caused a fractional advance in the
stock. The closing prices to-night show a decline
for almost the entire list of frem X to 5 par cent.,
the latter in Manitoba. The specialties also closed
lower.
Money at one time to-day advanced to 15 per cent.
per annum. The ruling rates were 33 and the clos
ing 3 per cent.
Exchange closed lower. Posted rates 81a6,
actual rates 4S3.alS3$ for sixty dtys, and 185X
435.
(Closing price, reported over tbe private wires of
BUNNELL k SCRASTON. Bankers and Brokers.
tllrl A.a.d
American Bell Tel ......156
u.l Xorr. tiaQt.-. ........... iU
Alton an J Tarre Haute pfd ......
Anerlcau District Telegrapn.. ........
uoston it 1, Y. Air Line pra e3
hnrhngtfin and galuoy 1U8V
O. 0. o. sad I 33
Gauads Southern.....
Canada Pacific. .... . ................ 42X
Central Pacific. ........ ....... ... 343
80
84
1U8X
30
niua:u ana aiioh.. ................. .lis
OjL, Okie, and Ind. Gen i
1
U Moa. and Ohio ...... ... 6
do. Iat pref. .. 8
do. 2d pref...
D5l., Lack, and Wt ...101j 101
Del. and XaOscn Oau&I 89 tJ$
teiiver sbu ziio urauus.. ........... 654 1
Erie 13 13
otic pia. ........
fcritSeocnds 63 62
b,xw ana weotern..... 7 7
.-.a. xeuu., va. ua... 4
' Pf'd fi 7
exiiiiis Adams . l'JS 1; 0
American.. .. ..... 8fi 89
Cnlted 8:atea.... ....... 47 49
Wells Fargo S8 lu3
asn. snd St. Jos ..
Uau. sud 8t. Jls. pld
fiouslon and Texas 20 28
lud. Dlostu As Wett g lit
llineis Central m 111
sanras ana xexas 11 11
Eiturs
Louisville and Kashvllle 24 24
asil., i.otto riheroand W ....
do. pj'd .. 34 35
Mtatnal Union lei ..12 1
Kemfhls Charleston ... 22 26
Kluhlgan Central 62 66
ol. aua. Bl. IjOUIB 7g 8
0.0. pl'd 17 18
Mobile urn Ohio, 6 8
iiiesonrl Pacific 92 92
ikwrn. ana liseex. .............. ......llo lie
aisuville and Chattanooga. 33 87
New Jersey Central..... 51Jtf 65
New iora ;Oentrai 96
new zqte im r,ew Dg lu
Na tort icie-tated .110
N. ., Cue. and St. Lonis 6 6
do. pa 10 11
Sew Central Coal 9
Soittrrn Pacific 17 19
NsrtXieiii Paolfio Ufa ... 41 42
Northwest. 83 83
Morthweet pfd 117
Korfolt and West pt'd I. ""111! 25 28
Jhlo Central 1 2
Ohio and Mississippi v IS 17
U-jaam 24 24 n
-icaaaapM .. 83 8J
Ontario and Western 7 8
Oregon Transcontinental 10
Pacific Mall S7 S7
Peoria, D. and Bvansvllle 7 S
Beading. 22 22
Blohmond At Danville . . .....
Blobmond and West Point......! 13 14
Book Island 101 101
Bcohecter & Pitts ... 3V 4
St. Paal 69 CO
St. Paul pfd 97 98
St. Paul and Dclcth
do. pfd
. Paal M. and M 81 S3
Teias Pacific 7 7
Onion Paolflo 34 34
ttabaab v 6
Wabash pfd 11 11
Western : Union Tel 61 51
united ripe Line otfs 693.
West Shore Firsts 0 80
Bay State Tel
Boston and North Tel..
Pullman Car Co 94 94
Government bonds closed asfollowa:
6s 81, continued
6a coutlnnod ....... ... ..
(,s, '91, rug U0all0
KB, '31. COUP..... ....llU9.aill
is, 1907, reg Ilall9
ts, ivui, coup... ....lLSualw
Onrrency 6a, '96
Currency 6, '26
Carrenvy 6a, '97
Ourreney 6s, '98......
Currency 6s, '90......
...123
...125
...127
...129
...131
bid
Pacific railroad bonds olosed as followa :
rirsts 1133114)4
sanca liewaii7
Grants 107al08
Oantrala 112 a!12
Chicago drain and Provision lUarneti
Closing quotations Reported over Privste Wires
to Kiiwin Itowe & Co., Commission Mer
chants, 103 New York Prod ace Exchange, New
York.
The following shows the notations at 2:30 p. in .
(Chicago tlmsl for the paat three days :
June 20. June 21.
June 23.
iju'y
Wheat 1 Angnst
iSsptember..
85
87
88
85
t6
56
86?i
8
8
55 H
56
66
31
27
26
19.20
19 20
19.20
7.57
7 72
7.85
85
87
87;
(July
Corn -(August
(Septe tuber...
65
66
65
31
27
(July 31
Oata -August 28
(September. . 27
(July 19.37
Pork 1 August 19.37
(September 19.37
(July 7.40
Lard - August 7.65
ISeptcmbsr 7 70
2u
19.10
19.10
19.10
7 37
7.50
7.61
KKOKIFTS.
Wheat, 60 cars; corn, 259 cars; oats, 169
20,000 head.
cars; hogr
$.6,000,000
OF WESTERN F lKM BONDS
jlEOM .he agencies supplying me with bonds have
' been sold within the past ten sears without a
loss to any investor. Average Interest received has
been over 7 per cent. I have bonds of all sizes, with
interest at aix to ten per cent, according to locality
payaDie at my omce or seni oy can cneca
Calls and letters of inquiry invited.
Up Stairs,
ALFRED WALKER.
85 Orange Street.
J12dawlm
POOR, WHITE & GREEN0UGH,
BANKERS,
45 Wall Street, New York,
Brokers and dealers in railway and all other securities
RAILWAY MVHiSTMKNTS
a specialty, in the selection and estimate of which
their long connection with 'Poor's Manual of
Railroads" gives them special advantages. Cor
respondence invited and inquiries answered. Deposit
aoeounte received and Interest alloweo. neau eodBl
STOCKS AND BONDS FOR SHE
.io.nnfl New York. New Haven and Hartford 4's.
$2,000 New Haves and Northampton First Mort-
8f00O New Haven and Northampton Flrt Mort
gage 6's.
$1,000 New Hsven snd Northampton eon's 6s.
100 shares New Hsven County National Bank.
60 shares Branford Lock Wor.a.
Rm.n int. of v.l. and Merchants' National banks.
N. H. and Northampton B. B., N. Y. and N. J. Tele
phone.
W. T. Hatch h Sons
BANKERS.
Michigan Central K. 11. Co.,
First Mortgage Main line s per
cent, lionus.
Due May 1. 1902. Interest payable May 1st sod
November 1st.
Tkm hnnd. am a nart of the 7 per cent, first con
solidated mortgage, reserved to retire prior liens, and
are now Issued with tbe rate ef interest reduced.
W offer a limited amount for sale and recommend
them as a nrat-oiaas investment.
VERMTXYE & CO.,
Nos. 16 and 18 Nassau Street,
NEW TOBS CITY.
IF YOU WISH TO BUY OS SELL
STOCK PRIVILEGES
Write to SEYMOUR & CO.,
51 New Street, New York City.
aT313m
KING'S EVIL
Was the name formerly given to Scrofula
because of a superstition tbat it could be
cured by a king's touch. The world Is
wiser now, and knows that
SCROFULA
can only be cured by a thorough purifica
tion of the blood. If this is neglected,
the disease perpetuates its taint through
generation after generation. Among its
earlier symptomatic developments are
Eczema, Cutaneous Eruptions, Tu
mors, Bolls, Carbuncles, Erysipelas,
Purulent Ulcers, Nervous and Phy
sical Collapse, etc. If allowed to con
tinue, Rheumatism, Scrofulous Ca
tarrh, Kidney and liver Diseases,
Tubercular Consumption, and. vari
ous other dangerous or fatal maladies, are
produced by iu
Ayers Sarsaparilla
Is the only powerful and always reliable
blood-purifying medicine. It is so effect
ual an alterative that it eradicates from
the system Hereditary Scrofula, and
the kindred poisons of contagious diseases
and mercury. At the same time it en
riches and vitalizes the blood, restoring
healthful action to the vital organs and
rejuvenating the entire system. This great
Regenerative Medicine
Is composed of the jrenuine Honduras
Sarsaparilla, with Yellow Dock, Stil
lingia, the Iodides of Potassium and
Iron, and other ingredients of great po
tency, carefully and scientifically com
pounded. Its formula is generally known
to the medical profession, and the best
physicians constantly prescribe Ayee's
Sarsaparilla as an
Absolute Cure
For all diseases caused by the vitiation of
the blood. It is concentrated to the high
est practicable degree, far beyond any
other preparation for which like effects
are claimed, and is therefore the cheapest,
as well as the best blood purifying medi
cine, in the world.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
PREPARED by
Or. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Analytical Chemists.
Sold by all Druggists : price $1 ; six
bottles for $?5.
AYER'S
Ague Cure
IS WARRANTED to cure all cases of ma
larial disease, such as Fever and Ague, Inter
mittent or Chill Fever, Kemittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, and Liver Com-
plaint. In case of failure, after due trial,
dealers are authorized, by onr circular of
July 1st, 1882, to refund the money.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
CLAIRVOYANT. "
THE celebrated Business, Test and Healing Medi
um. MRS. J. J. OLAK5. 228 Crown at., old No.
136, is winning golden opinions daily by her marvel
ous powers. Mrs. Olark may be consulted on all mat
ters pertaining to business, social life, marriage, dis
ease, etc , etc. Under her treatment many invalids
In this city hare been restored to health, oue com
pounds vegetable remedies from roots, herbs and
barks, which have a surprising effect on acute and
chronic complaints. Houra,; 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to
d. m. and KveninffR al8
SHOES
We have made a Rpecialty of this
excellent SHOE for BOYS'
WEAK for years. We make
lintliiiio'AlBp nrifi imrtiirA nse
Iff1) fVctlnn nt' 11 1. comfort, fiood
boot tnat is maae. uostnomore
than is generally charged for or
dinary shoes, and will save 50
Tur rv-nt in whv fin corns, no
Vm rill-in a ' nv pW nntpnt with fair nrofit will
coniirm what we Bay. Give them a trial, aud you will
be a permanent friend of THE SOLAR TIP.
Heware of Imitations called by names bo nearly
like Wolar Tip as to deceive. Trade-mark and John
MOrtB-SLi & Co.," in full, is on sole of each pair.
GIIAI'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE,
TRACE MARK The Gbzat EMnTRADE MARK
Rkmkdy. An unlniiing
cure for Sem'nnl WtKik
ness, Spenaatorrhrpa, Ira
potescy, ana an uidease.
wntiojiow
ol'Solf-Abusc; as loss of
Memory, Univewal Laa-Bitt-lVainintlte
Back.
Dlmnessof Vision .Prema
ture Old Aire, and many .
otber diseares Ihntleadto
BEFORE TAKIMQ."d f' '"'" AFTER TAf.lUB,
bKWARBofridvertisemerts W Teiuna money, wiieB arngpietiiroi
Whom the meilicme Is oougnt dob(.i eetosd, dui re:er yon w va
mnnnfartTirern. and the rnoulrement re such thnt tfaev are seldom,
ivir, complied with. See their wriiten truaraniee. A trfnlff one sir.
zle package of Gray's specinc wiJl coovince the most skeptical of It
Onaecoj.it of counterfeits, we have adopted the Ytllow Wrapper ; ,fc.
ODiVifename.
( "'JT'FtiI! partiftilars in onr pnmph let. whirr, wedts're to et?ni free
mail to every one- Ggr The Sjevilic Metiii-in i; sold hy a!l dn clei
fh r.-iJSdrt. of thamnnn'. liv ddre!:s;i :
t "J1 pack ape, or ;ixrir-ctca('esir.r$.', orwill oe sentiree iy mail o
The Gray Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y
SCJjJL S M. KltHAltll!rni OC 4t.
SEW EATEN, COMM.
600 BUSHELS
HUNGARIAN
AND
GERMAN OR G ) LEU
ILLET.
SILVER-HULL AND GRAY
BUCK WHE
TUENIP SEED,
ALL KINDS.
FRANK S. PLATT,
374 and S7C State Street.
JeI7dawtf
NEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO ,
Manufacturers of
WINDOWSHADES
And Wholesale and Retail Sealers in
Turcoman Curtains,
Madras Curtains,
Lace Curtains,
C0RN1GES, CORNICE POLES, ETC.
By leaking a specialty of these goods we are able
to show the largest assortment and offer all goods In
ouo line at VERY LOW PRIOES.
In order to make way for our new Fall Patterns wa
have laid out 600 pairs DADO SHADES, In odd lots
of one ts five pairs, which wo will clcse out without
regard to cost of manufacture.
MR. I. B. JUDD will have charge of our Drapery
and Shade work, and orders by postal or telephone
will receive prompt attention.
New Haven Window Shade Go,,
G94 Chapel Street.
BELOW THE BRIDGE.
N. B. Store closed evenings, exeept Monday and
Barnraav.
fi, FINE WIN ICS
Of all grades. Fine Teas Oolongs, Japans, Hyson
ao. Coffees Hooha, Java, Maracaibo, Java. Cigar
-quality the best.
. Gilbert & Thompson,
ntaM S9 Chanel strait.
i v. nn:v mx
JJ V 11' ill1!1 W
Prime Meats, Vegetaliles. Etc.,
7 and 91 Church Street.
IV. B.Bestanlng; June
1st, we shall make daily
trips to tbe West Haven
Shore for the accommoda
tion ol families residing
there.
m?3
stMtaiss, Bananas,
Oranges, Lemons, Asparagus, Pie
Plant, Bermuda Onions.
All kinds of irnits and vegetables; in their season.
Best Hew Batter 28c pound.
Early Boss Potatoes 45 cents per bnsheL
HARRY JLKIGII,
670 STREET.
"(hkw kumbkb.)
GOKKECTED BT TSLKPBONB. man .
l-.sBaii.--na
Chas. S. HamiiC2?
Attorney and Counsellor at latn,
T YALI NATIONAL BANX BUILDING,
Corner Chaeeland Stats Streats,
I Eotsry PBblle. HsW Havss, Ooa
spr
E. P. ARVINE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Booms 0 and 11, 68 Clrarcn St
.nis
G. S. BARKENTIN,
400 and 404 Ctaapel Street
and 54 Temple street. New Haven, Ct,
i STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE
AND
STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM !
First-class Table Board for
Students
lalTtf
TTtTM OV a I j
F. A. & D. R. ALLINO.
Coal Dealers.
Have removed their office temporarily to
I GALLAGI1 Il'S CIGAR STORE
750 Chapel Street,
Opposite their Old Stand.
Another Reduction.
THK Mew Haven Butter Store has again reduced
to a great extent the Butter to such a nrice that
I ever body muit be s&tlened with the price and quali
ty. Onr trade has increased largely. W e can save
everyone 5 cents on the poucd. Stores, hotels and
restaurants can be supplied by the tub or grea'er
quaiuny. rresn ggs es low as the loweBt in marke
at wholesale and retail.
116 Congress Avenue.
Flows from the Maximum Mineral Fountain of Sara
toga Spiincs, and is in the opinion of the most emi
nent medical men Nature's Sovereign Cure for
coDBtipation, ivspeptia, Torpid aLtver,
Inactive Conditions ol the Kidneys and
a most salutary alterative in scrofulous affect lor-p.
With laaies, gentlemen and bon vivante everywhere
it has become the standard ot dietary expedients, for-
LiiyiEK the digestive junctions and enabling free Jlv
era to indulge with impunity at table. The world oi
wealth, intelligence and rehaement testifies to its
I sparkling, nature Uy pure and delightful qualities as
the beverage Incomparable, and accredit it with being
the surest and speediest source of their clear com-
1 plexions. litca health and exuberant solrlta. Hath
! oru Spring Waiter is sold only in glass bottles;
! four dozen pints are packed in a case. It mav be ob
tained at ati noteis, ana or amen'St. wine merchants
ana grocers everywnere. Diy2
nurxiiii.
BU1TKB
The best place in the city to bay Butter.
Ibe very finest creamery 3'c lb, 3H lbs for $1 00.
A very nice York Stats creamery 25c lb, 4), lb $1.
Good Butter 20c lb, 5 lbs $1.
New Ponce P B. Molas.es 56c gallon.
14 lbs Granulated Sugar $1.
15 lbs beat Extra C Sugar $1.
16 lbs Light C Scgar $1.
Beet Oil 15c gal, 5 gils 65c.
Fresh Eggs 18c dozen.
Strawberries Every Day.
8 . S.
1 A M 8
545 SElAWa HTKEET.
? Old Number 181.
: ; m27
WE HAVE COMPLETED
our arrangements fir a
Superior Stock
FEKTILIZEKS !
I Including brands from the foil ow
ing well known manu
facturers. IQUiNNIPIAC FERTILIZER CO.,
H. J. BAKER & CO.,
Mapes Formula and Peruvian
Guano Co.,
E. Frank Coe,
J. B. King & Co..
Lester Bros.
Our aim this season will be to sell only goods that
we can guarantee, and to make our prices as low a;
consistent with the quality.
Farmers and market gardeners intending pur
chases in this line should secure our lowest prices,
as we have made a marked reduction in Pry Fish
Guanos. Complete Manures.
Call on or address
R. B. Bradley & Go,
No. 405 State Street.
m20 2aw&w
SHOW OASES.
C. F. FBA8CJH & CO., M'F'KS,
NO. 135 CHATHAM SlUKKT, K. V.
Cn band and made to order how Oasts of the most
m proved designs in White Metal, Silver, Rosewood,
Black Walnut, etc. Orders by mail tromptly attend
ed to. 6 oda carefully shipped to ali parts of the
united States and (Janada. oend for pries list.
je4eodawlm
Caution to Farmer!- and
Dealers
For safety in procuring your HAR
POON HORSE HAY FORKS, select on
ly those having thereon an imprint of
onr trade mark, ma thereby save in
infringement fees. Catalogues giving reliable in
formation furnished free by manufacturers asd Prop-
n LeJLsie tunif AN K . I'ltthnnrc, fa.
Also. Mrrfl Nellie' Mounted St Floatire Barrows,
R'Sv --l-.
Age. oteei, irm't'i f encing, Jsoaa uiaane, &c.
LIFE OF
BLAINE
& LOGAN
Authorized Standard Edition.
Tio Popl vast th, BEST. Strike with the Eiliag Tide.
Immense Profits for Agentr.
Terms Most Liberal. Oatst, SOo.
Order at one. and gather tb. Cream.
ZHTS5FBISE PUBLISHIMO CO., Spriagfltld, Van.
mj26 eodavlm
ow is the Time.
Will Sel Stoves at COST for next ?0 Day a
W 1RN EIl'S,
59 Cburcb Street, opp. Postofliee,
feba
Uuredwltltoattbe Use ox tne
Knife.
WM. BEAD (M. D.,Harvsrd,1842)
and ROBERT M. BEAD (M.D., Har
vard, 1876), Evss. House, 179
I'remost St, Boston, treat
AND
I fisti;l.a,pii,ks, and all
DISEASES OF THE REC.
UllQO TUM, without detention from
P llriS. Ibnsineas. References given. Send
I w w ror pamphlet. Office honrs 11 s.
to a o cloca: p. m. except tinndav). .28 eodly
WM. D. BRYA&.
5 11' ST SI F A 9LOB
No. 127 Church Street,
It aeiiing1
DRESS AtiD mJSINEES SUITS
Fresh Country Eggs,
New jfs Butter,
Sugar almost given away.
Flour cheaper than ever,
'Canned goods at about your own price
Read I Read .!
Cash does iu
S doz- Fresh Fgirs XI.
New Batter, 30c to 34c per lb.
Orannlated Sngar, standard, 13 lbsTtl.
Fine Granulated, It lbs. $l.
White Extra O, UX lbs. tU
Extra 0, 15 lbs. $1.
Corn. String Beans. Rnccotaih. Tomatoes and Lima
Beans 10c per can. Mea's of ail descriptions, very
low. I am giving the best bargains and selling goods
as low as possible. Come and see me and save your
money.
GEORGE FLETCHER.
Cor. Gravnd and Bradley, talao J455 Con-
riess Ave.
TRUNKS ! TRUNKS ! TRUNKS !
Bags! Bags! Bags!
A complete stock of Tourists'
Articles. Tbe only exclusive trunk
store in tbe city. Trunfas,Bag;s and
Sample Case made to order. Re
pairing a specialty. Old trunks
taken in exchange. Good Goods
at Iiow Prices at
Crofut & Co.'s,
210 CHAPEL STREET.
BELOW THE BBLDGB.
Gf4b
gzataah, tit.
New Haven and orl Hampton
Railroad.
Tlii OF PASSENGER TRAINS.
Eastern 2."'dard Tlmo-
f 1834
Commencing Jtjnb
GOING NORTH.
e.00 a. m.
Leave
New York,
New Haven,
S.ootr.m.4.!Wpj
1 15 a.m. 1U.Z-T
4 t0
6.25
7.13
Plainvme,
Arrive
J? Hartford,
WestfleM,
Holyoke,
rJorthampt n,
WilliameVrK,
Bo.Deerfleld,
Turner'B F'ls,
Shel. Falls,
No. Adams.
WllllamBtown
Saratoga,
Troy,
8.19
9.03
,.!9
10.1R
1.10 p.m.
12.23 "
12.40 "
12.f "
1.22 "
1.19 "
2.01 "
1.45 "
2.33 "
5.47
5.54
6.50
6.25
124
6.43
7.06
7.11
7.59
8.25
9.58
8 03
8J
955 "
10.16 "
10.16 "
10.45 "
10.42 "
11.30 "
11.45 "
3 30 p.m.
2.15 "
B.58
. .20
4.05 "
6.45
O01XG SOUTH.
Leave
Troy,
Baratoffft, x
WllllamBtown.
So. Adams,
7.4Sa.m. lJBpjn.
8.03 "
12.08 p.m. S.45 "
12.25 " 4.10 "
1.14 " S.00 "
12 53 " 4.40 "
lIST " S.2S -
10.40 a.m. 5.20 "
7.45 a.m.
8.35 "
Turner r i,
fin Deerfleld. 9-"0
Wllliomsli'riri J-"-.- 8.30
Northauipt'n, 6.34
Holyoke, 6.45
Westneld. Ilia
N. Hartford, 7.S0
PlalnviUe. 8.15
9.20
2.06 p.m. 5.4 -
g.5fi "
9 55 "
9.1.1 "
10-5(1 "
11.52 "
2.10
5.30
6.28
6.40
7.38
fi 94
a.sn
2.55
3.45
4.40
Jew Haven, w.ii
slew York. 11-45
2.-J0 p.m.
7.20
10.30
Commencing Monday, June 23, trains win leave
D...n iitK , . . .-w i mr Saratoga at
arriving In New Haven at 4,40 p m. . .
H. 15. urutae,, an., pnpennwnnBu.
ip you are eoisa
WEST OR SOUTH
TRAVEL BY THE
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
Tbe Best Railroad in tbe World.
4- Dally Ktpre.. Train, vo tne iv..r,
Aimlv fn. tirhft. and fall information to 7. K.
States, ticket agent, N. Y.. Tf. n. & H. B. B New Ha
ven. Je i
Sie-jv VorK, Sew jit. veil & iartfora?
R. IX., June 15, 1884.
Wraia. L.av N.w flavea a. Follows i
FOB NEW YORK 8 58. 18. 4 28, S 16, 6 80, 7 SO
'8 10. 8 80. 9 30. 10 40. -12.00 noon.. (1 00 n. re.
way train to Stamford, -1 80. 2 SU.S 60 (4 07 wa,
tn Hismford, thence Ex. to N. Yori, 5 07, 5 42,
.iu-, i ia nana tram wltu pass, accommodations
stops at all etatlons except GHerbroos. Sound
Beacb, Ooa Gob, Harrison, Larcbmollt and Pel
hamvllle. (8.00 way to Bridgeport!, 8S8,
p. nt. Sundays, S 58, ! 18 6.0C a. m., 6 00, 7 15,
t jv. p. m.
WsLshlnjrton Nl ylit fcxpress wlav Harlem
River Leaves at "11 60 p.m. daily.stons at Mil
ford. Bridgeport. South Norwalk and Stamford.
FOR BOSTON via SPRINGFIELD ! 02 nleht. f) S7.
8 00, 11 06 a. m., 1 16, 3 12, 26 p. m. 8nndays.l C'2
DIKUti o jo p. m.
FOB MONTREAL via Conn. River and O. V. B. B.
11 05 a. m.. fi 36 n. m. dailv excent Sundav.
FOB. BOSTON viaNEW LONDON AND PBOVIDENO
12 45, night, I0 25 a. m. fast express (816
newport Kxpreu, goes no farther than Frovl
dance), "4 10 p. ax. Fast Express Sundays 12 15
nignt.
Wot Boston vrla. Hartford and JW. . & M
tt it -2 so a. m. dailv.
Kor ll.illord, SprtntHelil and Meriden.
5tc -12 IS night, ! 0? nicht.C J 80 a. m. to Hart-
fcra.) 6 B2' ft an, 10 ;5, ll 05, a. m., 12 10 noon,
1 36. S J 9, 4 50 (5 f!5 to IlarlfnriJ), '6 26, 8 12 p.
m. Kaufiaya. i 02 Blent. 6 26 n. m.
FOS NF W LONDON, fco 12 45 night, 8 08, 10 25,
3 0 35 a. m 3 IS, 4 10. 5 0a. S II p. m. (9 CO p-
m. train to Guilford goes no farth er.) Sundays
n to nignt
VTA B.i N.V. AIR LINE DIVISION for Middletown,
WilHniantifi, &c Leave New Haven for all sta.
tioufi at 8 16 a. m.. I 85 6 20 ti.ro. Connect at
MldSletown with Oprm. Valley RR., and at Willl
manilc with N.Y. N. E. and N. L. A N.BR., a
Tcrnorvlllewith Coloxehtkb Branch. Trains
arrive in New Kavm at 8 oo a. m., 1 22, 8 29 p.m,
s. st. r.ijtii, vice rreside&t,
Expreej trains.
--TLocai Exnrese,
Pbiladelphi and Reading K. it
BOUND BROOK BOOTK.
F1
OR TltKN-O"! AND I'll I l-ALIC LPU IA
Utatlon in Kew Vora. foot Liberty st.. North Elves
JOJaa3.fc;ftUlNfcr MAY 11, ISS4.
Leav.t New York for Trenton and Philadelphia 7.45
0.30, 11.15 a. m.; 1.80, 4, 4.30, 5.30, 7.00 and 12.00 p. m
Sundays, 8.45 a. m.: 6.80. 12 p,rr.
For Sunbury, Lewisbnrg and Willlamsport, 7.45 a
m. ani l p. m. Drawing Room cars on all day train
and Sleeping Cars on nlvUt trains.
IeaV6 Philadelphia, oorner sfiti and Oreene street.
7.SU, H.SO, 9.3U, ll a. in.; 1.15, S.45, 6.40, 6.46, 12 p.
Sundays. S.30 a. m.: 6.30. 12 o. m. -
Leave Sd and Bsrlrs ts., 6.10, 8.20, 9.00, l'i:S0 a."m.
x, o.oi,?..u, n.a; rtanaays, e.io a. m.; t.su p. no
Leave Trenton. Warren and Tucker ets.. 1.25. b.1
8.03, 9.C0, 10.08, 11.85 a. m.: 1.54, 4.22, 6.21, 7.28 p. n
DiiBiuiya, a. 7.7, v.xo a. zn.; o.xo p. m.
0. a. H4NOOOK. H. P. BALDWIN,
a. Es. T. A.,Pijiladolphia, Qon. East. Paw. Agt..
Hew York,
1. s. WOOTTEN, Gen. Manager,
tf
110X7SATO5.1C RA.IL.HOAl.
Commencing January 28, 1884.
reRAINI leave New Haven via N. Y.. N. H. H. n.
9 R. at 9.30 a. m. and 4.07 p. m., connecting at
oriujjHiiwn ior niwneia ana intermediate stations.
oxuau vm .iwiio unit tuiu Saratoga.
H. D. AVERILL. General Ticket Agent.
W. JI. YE01WAN9, Superintendent.
Oeneral Offices, Bridgeport, Oona. alS
JS aair stnek ieavt iroan .
COMMBNOtNG November 19th, 1883, train, leave
S;-b jiavsn via N. ij, ft r. B. a., eocneotlna
ivitfs th!e road, el
7:00 c. m. Oonneoting at Antonla with passenger
train for Waierbory, LltohSeld and Win.
vied.
:50 a. !i!.'j'hrr.ti2h .r fr Waterbury, V.'atortown,
r.iici.isold, Winsted.
2:00 p. a. flonnsotlng at Ansonla with paaasngn
train for W.terbary.
:4C p. an, Thronsh oai for Waterbury, Watortowc.
Lltcbaeld. Wineted.
6:20 p. ns. Connentlng at Acsonia for Watarbnrv.
FOR NEW HAVEN Trams leave Winsted : 710 S
sn., 1:28 p. ro., with through car and at 6:20 p. m.
TBAIKS LEAVE WATKRBCRY-At5:39 a. m.. 8 2
a. m., throaea oar, 10:60 a. ao.. 2-4 p. m., through
ear, S-AS p. 3. GEORGE W. BEACH,
. . flnp9rlntenan.
Bridgeport, Nov. 17, 1883.
New ttaiTaiad Uerby Railroad.
Train Arrangement oommencing Nov. 19, '83.
Lear. New Ritmi
At 7:00 and 9:50 A. M. ; 2:00, 6:40, 6:20 P. M. : Satur
days at 11:00 P. M.
Iicr.ve AeaoBla
At 6:35, 9:05 and 11:40 A. M. : 8:26 and 7:31 P. H.
Connection, are made at Ansonla wit passenger
trains of the Nangatuok Railroad, and at New Haven
with the principal train, of other roads osntertna
i-. o. iJKl.l XilLlV. DUD I.
New Haven. Nov. 17th, 18SS.
NEW GOODS.
"ONE MISSING" The great Decortloa Day p'.e-
Large engraving, 30 different subjects, siza 19x21,
Price 5 cenia each
"The White Klophant," heavily embosfed in silver
grouoa, witn maguiticeot trappings o! gold and col-
. jrrii. 0 io cents ei;c;i.
ly school reward cards from 15 cents per 100 .up'
'A Trial of Patience." New Plaque. Price 5 cts.
lima decorated wall poet ets, imported, 16o each.
A few writing desfee still remain. Price from 45o
npwarap. Hill framed pictures locench. Gilt edge
flower panels 6e each. New imported chronios, llx
lox.iweacu. isew u8igns lu birthday, wedding,
vujjuujouuu iutu rewara car as.
W. G. MoINTOSH,
Nanufaclnrer and Importer,
IKS 6S.A?SSK ST61I5ET.
The Eddy Kei'rigerator
For family Use.
TEHE place to' find the best fecfrigera'or is to know
wnere tlie .ddy is sold, 'i hit is just perfect in
every respect. oi't uy
m5 :.( STiTK STKKKT,
AND SiiH PAiNTiMS.
tillAIMKU and PAPEIUNG.
492 STATE STREET,
TODD'S BL9CK.
Choice selections of
WALL PAPERS, Elegant End Attractive Gilt Papers
Borders to match. Contracts for Decorsting.
PAINTS, OILS, VABNI3II, WINDOW CLASS
BRUSHE3 and all 'materials pertaining to
the buBlnees.
a26 3m
Rockaway Oysters, Scollops,
Soft and Hard Shell Crabs, Sea Bass, Salmon, Blue-
nsn, AiHKB wuiie, nations, ovoiomo, rerca, aiaox
erel. Eels, Lobsters, &c, ac, at
CliAlXi3 ISKKfi'S,
4G Church Street, cor. of Crown.
AT B&WSOsM'S.
344 state Street,
Ton can always find choice
Teas, Coffees and Pure Spices.
CofTees Iioasted Daily.
YAl BAIVH BUIL,DliC..
Iy7
57 e59cS 61range St.
FURNS URE DEALERS
Ajm
UMBIETAKEIia,
HAVR the Sssit Fainted Bedroom Suites In th.
oily. Kew Parlor Salts.. Walnut Bedroom
Suites.
TThe best Spring Bed fortfce money.
fl Splint, Rattan. Cane and Rush Seat 0halra,;in:gr.al
variety. iow asosn bebongbk
TJNDEHTAKI3STG
promptly attended to, night or day, with care.
Bodies preserved without lee in the best manner.
Also sole aaente for Wahhnrii'i nAnriort.na .
ZMslufaoting Fluid.
A new lot of Folding Chairs and Stools ta rant fo
parties or funerals.
CARRIAGES FOR SALE
CHEAP.
1 light Rockaway, platform
spring; 1 ISoach wagon; 1 top
buggy, nearly r.. Call on or ad
dress 730 CHAPEL ST., Room 7.
n7U
I ; I in i
IsiJe Ifj aHlllF
Crafolers mbt.
Change of Time Starin's
Line.
Daily Except Saturday.
rr?'rc ..T New Haven from Starln Docs
? 10:15 pm- Th JOHN H. STABIN,
Oapt. M JAllrter, every Sunday, Tnoedav and Tours-
-(tarning, leave New York from Pier 18. foot of
rrila . ' Z. Pi 'be STARIH evry Mon-
d Wal ".?id"- " COIiNING7 every
Bunds, Thursday. The only Sunday
latiTwur , : -. n.00.
Free Ooaoh leave, the depo. . Jn llS rS"1',
frd train. 1 eavra earner of "P
streets every half hour, oomm- nclng a V. T" r
Tlokerd 8tmt"rooniscan be purinacw..
Byder's, So. ST Chapel street, a the Tontine fco
of tbe Downs. . w Oo., 861 Chapel street , and, V
Q toieinaiional " 1 mw street.
4J, M. COKKL1N, Agent,
m20 I'.w H.vn. orii.
DAILY LINE FOR NEW YORK.
FAKEftl. IrVCLrjDINft rkiitii
Tickets for the Round Trip $1.50.
r I Vil. Ht earner C. H. NORTHAM. Captain F.J,
I I'wlr. will k...K.ti .n
. . ...... Aja.nu ml 14 p. m. , Sun
days excepted, state rooms sold at cflice of Peok sj
' i . ... . uapii B.rtwu
cmraoruuniuEKiAi, Cspfain Stevens, leaves
flew Baven at IOsl3 a. m.. SHnii.-'". excepted.
,frofNewY,rlIthea H- SORTHAM leaves Peck
Slip at 3 p. m., CONTINENTAL at 11 tfclock p. m..
Sundays exceptedSaturday night at J o'clock
Sunday Night Boat for New York.
Th NtartiM Kirnr n.vw , ..
m dDK' V SprI ,treet- commencins at - p. m.
Tickets sold and baggage checked through to Phila
delphia (both routes), Baltimore and Weebington.
- i i otaire irora lFt.ni-.MnM
A 'I'lflM A f. I I V K.' ML. ..... .
BETWEEN! NEW 1U8K, LlVf.RPOOL.
OTTP RNfllYlwV IVli l 1 ' Tin xr i.i i, i . -.-
SAILING weekly from Pier 39, IVrth River, New
Y'ork. Are among the largest slea.'nsblpa crots
ng the Atlantic. Cabin rates, $60 to f 100-, Eicurelon
at special rate. ; ontxard steerage $17, ada prepaid
Bteempe tickets, tl9. "Being $2 lower than moat
other lines.' New steaitshtp Amerio'a nxst) trip
to New York, 6 days, 16 hours and 41 miuntes
. aurst, manager."
"is 11 1" "cw joaren, uut.rtr.ijU le KUKAMOW,
W. FITZPATRICK, A. MeALUbTEB, GEORGE M.
DOWNE8 & SON, E. DOWNES.V all 73t
AJSCHOKL.iJE.
V. 8. MAIL STEAMSHIPS
Sail from New York every rialurday, for
Glasqow via Londonderry.
Cabin IPaaBage, $tiO to SNO. Second Cabin 935
Bteerage, Passage (to or from) $1-".
Liverpool and Queenstown Service.
From Pier No. 41 N. B., New York.
AUSTRAL sails June 28, July 26, Aug. 13.
CITY OF ROME .ails July 12, Aug. 9, Sept. 6.
Superb accommodation, for all claesoa of Daaaen.
gers.
Cabin passage ?00 to 10O, according to accommoda-
ivm. mcona uauin h'. Bteerage as aDove.
For passage, Cabin Plans, Book of Bates, etc., apply
HENDERSON BROTHERS, New York,
Or EDWARD DOWNES, 309 Chapel Street.
BUNNELL & SCltANTON, 216 Chapel Street.
je!8
Dr. John h. Ljeii
Grand Medical and Surgical Cflfrs.
THE old reliable, most celebrated, stiliful an!
successful physician in this country, iicrniHUont.
ly located in New Haven rince May, 1854. Uke plea
ure In snnounclng to the citizens of the Lnlte
Btatee and elsewhere that he has removod his ofljo.
from 193 Chapel str-el t 4'J Chan h f treet,
lioam 11, Hoadl.y BtslldlnjT. opposite th.
Po.tofBce, np one flight " i'"5!
trance either at 49 Cl.nrch Bvreet w M
Cms street, where the afflicted ci!i ewsult Mrs
in private upon all dieoaaes that lits-i U heir to froa
ia. ro. to 9 p. m. 1 r. Lyon will ocutmue as heretofore
to treat all diseases of every name an 1 nature wit,
that marvelous success which lot g years of expert
nos has given him. Thousands of te.diuioma. front
grateful patients snatched from the brin. . of th
grave now rejoicing in the perfection of health i attest
the un.rrlng still of Dr. I.yon. I!e especially i"
those whose diseases under other mcthoos of treat
ment have remained intractlve to csil upon him.
V'sit him and he will at enre d mho your condhioo.
Perhaps yon would have been cure! if your phjslcUa
had Understood your caee. .,.
If you have fled for health and failed !t Is no rea
son why you .hould cot try auin. lioaltu ia rr
clous to all and If he cannot rli-.-te your case he wil
tell you so. He can refer you to ms., perhaps worn
than yea TO, that were given up l y tii.Sr phys ciarj
and friends, who now e . loy goud health. 11 wi 1. d
scHhe your caee so clearly that you UI know he pe
fectly unaereunds your dl.eaae. It is aouiethinsrt
great Importance to you, although very ensily accotr
pushed by him, though no more .wonderful than true.
It is only the starting p.itt to health fur the physl
clan to understand your disease, l td then "duilulstel
the simple remedy to remove that ?.m'-V,
will do yon good. Yoa n ay be faithloM. Me w&
give yon faith by bis perfect knowledge of your d
iase. Come: he will remove that couuh. pain In tb
had, aide and buck ; remave that cold, smkln
burning at the stomach, stiff Joint., rheumatlam
out. fov.r. sore., eancors, salt rheum, erysipelas
ic.ld head and all bad humors, with hi. vegatabit
niedlolnes. , . . -4.
Persons at a distance may consult Er. Lyon oy ie
ter (post-paid), describing their case, aad have me
clnes ssourely put up and forwarded by express 61
any part of the United ftates with full and eiplloM
directions for n a Offl e arranged with
apartment, so that patients see nono but thi. doctor.
The following arn some of the diseases whlcb Dr.
Lyon successfully treats : Coughs, colds, consump
tion, bronchitis, asthma. Sire throati, liver cosj.
plaint, kidney complaint, scrofula, erysipelas, sail
rheum, cancer, tumors, rheumatla u chronic and ia
flammatory dropsy and plica -bl nd auclbloedlns
and .11 humors and eruptions of the blood and skin.
He challenge the world to surpass lilm in cleanslms
the blood and entire system of all impurities. A
class of diseases from the effects) of wbirh thousand!
and tens of thousands go to a premature grave. U
radically and permanently curd by Dr. Lyon. HI,
success In this clans of eilineute Is pot only gratify
ing bst simp y wonderful. The patient after putting
himself or herself under tha doctor's treatment cor
mfnoiis to imi rove at once, an I the sallow compl.v
ion and cadaverous appearance 13 Bitccwa.e l by t,
rosy cheeked bus cf health. Sheref.iro if you .nfTal
from any of the following cotnrlai'ile histcu at ones
to the offlcs of Dr. Lyon, fipel instorrhea or iuvolua
tary sem:nal em'esioiis, semlnai wesktieas, andeverj
species cf genital irritability, gomrrhoa. syphtllls,
aleei. Dmlsbsus uteri i r la! iuu of thn womb, luooT-
rhea or whites, an ot er 1 irmli-g and painful oea
plaint-icidentil to both sor-s.
! Fumalus 1 h. dis.e peculiar to females
caused by weaki e. deformity. iliBse and front
taking cold, supprrrticn, Irreularl'ies. rai"f"lan
irnxierfec- ni' fi'riiiiti". nrol-r nlrf or fHir-s ol
trie womb speedily, and effectually cured, rjonsuua
tion free. Advice and medicine given lu nil disea.es
for $1 or more, according to the severity of th. caea.
If yon wish to communicate by letter, state fully yoRV
disease, your age, symptoms, duration of lllneis, aup,
posed cause and whether married or nlngle, and in all
eases the most Inviolable secresy may be relied up...
Enclose a stamp for return poetacte, and address all
communications to or call uiwn Dr. J. L. Lyon, 4J
Church street. New Haven, Conn.
Appended are a few tc.tinioulals. Want of apses
forbids th. publishing of more. Their names will h
cheerfully given to those desiring them by calling aa
the doctor's office. Case one 1b that of a lady whs
was pronounced by three of the miwt prominent phy
siolans of her native city to lie In the last etage t
consumption, and told that her caee v.ae helplens an
hopeless. After being restored to sound ho ilth by
Dr. Lyon she sent the folloKiurf letter, earnestly re
questing that It should bo published In the hope tha,
It might reach oth rs similarly aH!i ted :
To all who may be aullcted with thut oonrnrrn dis
ease, consumption, or sny wealru.ee of th. lung., 1
wonld appeal to them to immediately consult Pr.
John L. Lyon, of New Haven, l!onu., feeling sit'
that by so doing they may be rcotored to health. F
several years I was troubled with a cough, hemo
rhage of the lunge and the usual symptoms of cot.
sumption. 1 consulted and was treated by some oi
the most eminent physicians the count y sffordes
without deriving any pormanent benefit whatever.
In the spring of 1863 the d eea&e mad. ouch r&pid
progress that my attending physician and friend,
gave np all hopes of my recovery. On tbe ICth of
May, 18&3, I consulted the above nan. ed doctor. IT
waa at that time reduced to a perfect wreck of my
former self, coughing lnoessantly, and it vo'-l'l seem
Just on the verge cf the grave. After tha usual ex
amination he kindly but plainly informed me as oth
ers had done, that my disease was incurable ; that I
had but a fow month, to live. Having great confi
dence In hi. .kill, I insisted npon his treating my
oaae. He did so and with astonishing access. Is
twsnty days from the time I commenced the use sx
his medicines my oough was less freqnont, I suffered
no more from hemorrhage of the lunga, and day by
day found the terrifying symptoms of oorisnmptlon
disappearing, and waa gradually regaining health. Z
waa treated by him one year at the end of that time
I 0an truly say I was restored to perfect health. It
Is now March. 1865, and no symptoms of the dlaesss
are felt, I have reason to feel sure that I shall auff.,
no return cf the disease, and it Is not only a pleaa.
ure to me, but s duty I feel that 1 owe to hundreds ot
sufferers who are being daily carried to the grave by
consumption, to mrge npon them th. necessity of
.asking relief where It may bs found.
Very respectfully, S. M. 8.
The lady whs wrote the foregoing continues In per
fect health.
The following 1. an extract from a letter received
from s patient treated and cured of seminal wak-
nD. I.TOir Dear Sir It Is Impossible for me to ful
ly express my gratitude to you concerning the effect
which your medicine has produced upon my system.
I bave just finished the medicine you put up forms
and can truthfully s-y that I feel a different being.
My appetite is very regular and I am not troubled
with that dull headache that I once had, and Bleep
never was so ref reehii g, ss I am not disturbed wits
dreams. Before I came to you it was difficult for me
to confine my thoughts for any length of time to any
subject, undoubtedly owing to that complaint, and
the contrast Is quite noticeable, If I evc.r Vuow on.
troubled with that oomplaint I shall Immediately di
red them to you as an effectual means cf suck cubs,
frr ft Mem. to me that I almost owe my life to yon.
for if It had been allowed to grow rip '11 me the time
could not have been far distant when tbat Incurable
disease (consumption) wonld hsve been deeply eeate
In my systera. Please aeoent my sincere thanks fof
your treatment thus far. I remain yonra trr.ly.
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