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X CHROMIC DI8KASES A SPECIALTY, t3 Olive ftreer. umce hours 10 to u and a to . ul5m Cf a child Is properly aouruasa, qmet nignu nd a Joyous happy mUdhood are the re- isaita. Thonssads of in rants srs peeviah and fretful because they srs lowing to the Inability of Isaothers to supplv the .iKK novir sfarveo. Ysi -'3Aas&' Prodnees ErC '''bJtY00. healthy Oesh with ... . . - have been snooeaefolly reared oa Eldge's Food alons J Iur es. a aso sua upward. by,nf'. WQOLBXC Q 00., oa label. slNOtB COPIES TWO CKSTS. Dklitbbkd bt Oabbxkbs nt ths Cttt, -12 cuarrs a wbkk, 42 Otarra a Month, $5.00 a Txab. Thb Sam, Txhms Bt Haze. Taestlay. July 1. 1884. LroJ tbe Poor Indian. Ktfltata; ths Oraves ot the Red Hen In ' HIadlsatawa." Kobwioh, Conn., Jane 30. Member! of tbe tribe of Peqnot Indians ' in Indiantown, between Led yard and Stoniogton, are in tbe city seeking oonnsel, with a view to potting top to the vandalism which baa been prac ticed npon the cemetery for 'many years by whi1 cariosity banters. The Peqaotg were tbe original possessors of this country, pow. erf ol and warlike; now there are. leas than a 100 of them. They are wards of the State and live in a condition of Bemi-civiHzation on a plot of 1,000 acres, wild and onltivated land, set apart for them. On this land the royal sepulchres ot tbe tribe, containing the bones of kings of past ages, are situated. The cemetery is the repository of Indian re lies that are highly valued by studious and carious people, and frequently an old grave is torn open and rifled of bones, arrows, lances, bone jewelry and the like. . Saturday an unknown person succeeded in breaking into the royal tomb of Sassacns, a large mound of earth which occupies the most prominent position in this curious, sacred plateau. This grave is deeply revered by the Indians, who believe that Sassacns, the famous Fequot warrior, wag buried there, They fired at the fellow, but he escaped, mnoh to their disappointment. Now they are seeking some means of protection by law against such unprincipled persons. They are very angry. The cemetery is full of all sorts of Indian treasures. Until late years this tribe have buried their dead in a sitting posture, and this gave the figure the appear ance of a mammoth chrysalis when closely wrapped. Nothing but the bones are now left, however. Tbe Court Record. Superior Court Criminal Side Judge Granger. This court will come in this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The list of prisoners who will be put to plead are as follows : Charles Kunzleman, forgery at Branford, April 21st (two cases). James Dawson, assault at Branford, April William H. Soarritt, theft from tbe person . v r r . ... Mb i'OW WtVOU, April 4(11. Bufus Mills, same. Fred Doudlaw, burglary at Meriden, April oiu. Thomas M. Butler, tramp at Derby, April i i in. Charles Bice, tramp at Wallingford, April oucu. Clarence Clark, theft at Derby; April 30th juq oonasj. Bernard. Mooney, attempt to commit rape at new naven, to May 3lst. Morris O'Connell, burglary at Waterbury, juay itn. William Bohan, same at Waterbury. Ctwo cases) Thomas Callahan, same at Wat.jrbury, May ivtn. samuel Davidson, theft from person at New HaveD, May 24th. Muschke Futtant. burzlarv at Meriden. May 31st. openoer a Harris, attempt to commit race at new naven, rfone 3. bames Allen, burglary at North Haven, June 12. Arthur York and John Dunn, trying to es eapejail, Junel. (Both under sentence to State prison.) Jfatrick r'innigan, rape, at Branford. June 24th. APPEAL OASES. Morris Simonds. keeping hons3 of ill-fame ai JNew uaven, iiay 5th. William M Simpkins. breaking the ceace at new naven. May latn. Patrick Meanv. idleness at New Haven May 20th. John E Grant, breakrog the veace at New Haven, Jane 'Jth. John McKeever, cruelty to animals. New Haven, June 9th. John MoKeever, hiring horse by false statement. New Haven, June 9th. s city Court Civil Side .Svadce Stndley June 30. Antonio Tuereluo. violation Son day liquor law, discharged; Mary Ann Ly one, Dreaon of peace, judf ment suspended: Albert Onite, firing firecrackers, $5 fine, 5.39 costs; John Moran, violation Sunday liquor law, $50 fine, $1G.18 costs, 30 days in jail, appealed to tbe Superior court; Braggir u.TKrKuir, carrying oonceniea weapons, juag ment suspended; same, breanh of peace, fia.ia costs, three months in jail vviiiiam J. inompeon, carrying con- ceaiea weapons, jadement Ruspen ded; same, breach cf the peace, $50 fine and $8.55 costs; James Cox, embezzlement, appealed to Superior court; Daniel Fleming, breach of the peace, discharged; Charles Breen, Patrick CammineH. Thomas F. Cum- mings, breach of the peace, discharged; John Page, interfering with offioer. $50 fine and $G 18 costs, appealed; Lewis Pierpont, breach of the peace on Charles K. McGregor, con tinned to July 1; William Wallson, breach of the peace on Mary Wallsoa, judgment sus pended. Court Notes. Yesterday forenoon Constable Callahan made the service attachment upon Secretary Strong of the F. H. and W. horse railroad company in the suit of Thomas Co minings against tbe company for $10,000 damages for the injuries he claims to have received on the the corner of York and Elm streets, July 4, 1883. The accident resulted in the loss of his right foot and the big toe of his left foot. The attachment was for $12,000. William O. Thompson, the colored man who Saturday night stabbed John E. Cullen of 814 urants street, in the hand, was tried for the offense in the City oourt yesterday ana nnea $ oo and costs. State Bar Association. Slsetinsr ot the Lawyers In This city Tribute to the Memory of Bx-Gmraor Hubbard Dinner At Hills' Homestead. The semi-annual meeting of the State Bar association was held in the Superior court room in this city yesterday morning at 11:30 o'clock. Charles E. Perkins, first vioe presi dent, ooonpied the chair made vacant by the death of the late Governor Hubbard. Among those present were Charles E Gross, Charles E Perkins, Henry C Robinson and Colonel C M Joslyn of Hartford, John L Hunter of Willimantio, James H McMahon of New Milford, L M Hubbard of Wallingford, John S Beach, Professor Johnson T Piatt, Profes sor William K Townsend, H G Newton, E S Rogers, John W Ailing, E P Wheeler, Tal eott H Russell and Burton Mansfield of this city. Henry C. RobinsoD, of Hartford, who was chairman of the committee appointed to pre pare a memorial on the death of Governor Hubbard, said that as there had been so much said already in eulogy of Governor Hubbard, the committee would merely offer the follow ing memorial: In view of the df ath sf tha Ban. RleharA TV Unh eard, this association desires to enter npon its re oords its simple tribute of love and honor. His abilities and his acquirements, his leadership In ths profession and his achievements in public lire, his nobility of character, charms In companion ship and steadfasteesa In friendship have been in eulogy written to memorial literature. We need not repeat the atory. It Is fresh in our memory and warm In our love. Our suaeees rs will read it In the vol umes Of Our judicial renorta. whinr Tm.m in w. - -, graphlo portrait, commemorated him. He wasaa earnistfriendof tie association, sad he died In its highest honors. It was moved and recorded that this mem orial be entered upon the records of the as aeoiatioa. The next business should have been un address from one of the members, but aa the committee which . was appointed to secure an orator for this meeting could not induce any of the members to speak, this part of the programme had to be abandoned. When new business was -called for. Tal- oott H. Russell addressed the meeting on the abuse of the present system of mesne nro- Tbe following resolution was passed: Resolved. That mmmiuu - .1 ... by the president to renort to th- nt t.. association what change, if necessary, should he made in ths prsseat system of mesne process. Messrs, RusselL Piatt and Whitins- of this eity were appointed the committee. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon the associa tion sat down to an elaborate dinner ai Hilla' Homestead, 8avin Rock, which ves followed by the usual speeches and toasts. - ' Balldiaa Burned in Stamford. At 1 o'olock yesterday morning fire broke ' J out in a building at Waterside, Stamford, owned by Taylor Smith, of New Canaan, which was totally destroyed. It had been re cently leased by a Mr. Weed, of Long Island, who intended tuing it aa a saloon and house. He had it painted and pnt in repair and was about to move in. The origin of the fire is nknown. Loss probably about $2,500. . Fcom Haiyard's Standpoint. How ths Great University Race Is Vlsw sd Due to the Superiority of Tale's Crew Captain .Flanders and Bob Cook Praised What Harvard's Next Tear's 1 Crew Will Have to Start With. I The Yale-Harvard race is thus viewed by a writer in the Boston Herald: The Harvard- Yale university race has been rowed and won. ' Harvard, starting at the beginning . of the ! university year with a crew that three months before had been brilliantly successful, finds her self defeated through causes which need not be j mentioned hers, but which are well understood by Harvard oarsmen, not, however, without a race that was grandly rowed, and in which, van after due allowance is made for fast water, both crews must be credited with making splendid time. Tbe rival eights rowed substantially the same stroke, and used boats made by the same builder, of al most the same dimensions. The only differ ence was in the oars and rowlocks, and this difference was slight-- bat little else than to enable one crew to row a faster, though shorter stroke than that of the ether. Yale's victory, therefore, was due almost solely to the superiority of the crew itself. Yale had men, who, if not stronger, still were men who had become more accustomed to their places than had Harvard's, who had longer been actuated by a united determination to win, and had prepared themselves for a hard struggle against what was expected to be a superior crew. Harvard missed her op portunity. Yale won, and it was a victory as. brilliant as a few months ago it was anex- peoted. Yale won because she deserved to win, and it would doubtless be bard to find a Harvard man who who would pluck a single star from the i DIADEM OF GL0BT with which she has crowned herself. All honor to Captain Flanders and his gallant crew! They have contributed not a little to the cause of good rowing by the adoption of a rational stroke and a rational method of training, and then faithfully learning tbe one and conscientiously observing the other. Through them, for the third time, in the face of great difficulties, "Bob" Cook, Yale s most famous oarsman, has been vin dicated, and his skill in college row ing acknowledged to be of the highest. As to the relative excellence of the present Yale crew when compared with former crews, it is difficult to form an aoourate idea, but it is admitted that no race has been rowed when the course was so favorable to fast time as it was on Thursday last at the hour of the race. It is known, too, that, under conditions doubtless about the same, the Yale crew on Monday last rowed over the oonrse from tbe starting line to the finish line in 20m. 25s., or in six seconds better time than was made in the race. On the other hand, it is olaimed that Harvard's '79 crew rowed over the course in 20m. 30s., un der conditions not so favorable as were those on Monday and Thursday last. Fast time in practice has also been claimed for other Yale crews, and perhaps the eight of the present year is not the fastest. Bat it has been their fortune to make a record which it is not likely will be soon broken. Harvard will lose four of her crew and the coxswain: Captain Perkins, Hudgeus and Bryant, who were members of the senior class; Sawyer, who was a member of the Law school, and Davis, the coxswain, who was a member of tbe senior class. There -re main Storrew.who was elected captain for next year, Yooum and Keith, all of next year' senior class, and Borland, who next year will be a junior. Captain Perkins and Coxswain Davis will engage in business pursuits; Bry ant sailed yesterday for a European trip: Sawyer will continue the study of law. and Hudgens is expeoted to follow some literary calling. Mr. J. J. Storrow, who has been elected to captain tbe crew for next year, is the son a prominent Boston lawyer who himself rowed when at Harvard. Young Storrow i ulled in his class crew in its races in his freshman year and also in 'S3, was taken into the varsity boat before the races at Ne London in '83, and pulled in both at No. 3 whieh position he occupied this year in the races of the .18th and 25th inst. His selec tion as eaptain is redfcrded as an excellent one, and, in spite of Yale's formidable orew. Harvard s prespects for next year are by no means gloomy. Liquor Dealers Raided. Prosecuting Agent Hugh Montgomery, ac companied by Deputy Sheriff Joab B. Rog ers, raided Yoluntown Friday afternoon. They first called at George Whipple's place with a search warrant and found all the para phernalia of a bar room, etc, bat the pro prietor was absent. When he returned later and found the officers were on hand, he quietly skipped out and evaded the arrest. They next visited the saloon of Albert Du Freme. He was also absent, but the officers got out Justice Barten Keg win and repaired to Union hall where they waited with a load ed court ready to bring down their victims when they arrived home. The news that the raiders were in town spread quickly and no time the hall was packed by the villagers. The wait was so long that Mr. Montgomery, seeing that he bad an audience ready at hand, took advantage of the circumstances and de livered a rousing temperance address. A lit tle before 10 o'olock Da Freme was brought in, pleaded guilty to reputation and was fined $20 and costs. Whipple escaped them alto gether. State Correspondence. North Haven. An ex-soldier has in his possession an auto graph letter from Senator Hawley, returning t oanks for Memorial day programmes re- ceived and promising to come and address the people here on some future occasion. The work on Pierpont Park is progressing finely, lne grass has been eut and removed and walks are being laid out. The work is under the supervision of Commissioner Line ley as dengned by Donald tt. Mitoheu. - Mrs. Reynolds, Annie and James started on Friday for Europe. Mr. Reynolds ac companied them as far as New York. They expeet to remain abroad some months. News reached here Saturday evening that Mr. Alfred Linsley, who is staying at his residence on Governor's Island, was ill with an attack of paralysis. His son, E. L. Lins ley, immediately left for the island. Rev. Mr. Jtiigcins, of Mount Carmel, preached at the Congregational church both parts of the day on Sunday in the absence of Mr. iteynoida. Owing to the earnest, persistent efforts of one member of the choir the music at the Congregational church on Sunday was ren dered in a superior manner and to the gener al satisfaction of tbe audience. This is in no way disparaging to the few who remained in the choir after tbe change in the leader Bhip. John Shepherd, who was recently married. was in town with his wife on Sunday spend ing the day at tbe house of his father. John has left Den Mansfield s and is at work in the car shop in New Haven. Wallingford. The annual meeting of the Wallingford Gun olub will be held Tuesday evening, July 1, at 8:30 o'clock. The meeting takes place at A. ti. Jfixley s store. That new road on the East Farms is at last completed and is the best mile of road. way in the town. It begins at a short dis tance above R. Friabie's and comes out on the old road near Sereno Bartholomew's. The new road is about one mile in length. and is tnrnpiked up and graded in a thorough manner. There are two substantial bridges on the road which are strongly built and look as if they would do good service. The steep hills which were on the old road are nearly all avoided and tbe road is a very pleasant one. Mr. George A. Hopson, who was a Representative in the last Legislature, had the contract for building this road and it has been done in a thorough manner. Only a siuall portion of tbe Aroanum club went on the excursion to JMaoK Hack to-day. It was expected that about 25 would attend, but only about halt tnat numoer went. The Ideal drum corps were practising tnis afternoon in Armory kail on Main street. Mrs. Blakeslee, who was arrested in ntts- burg with T. W. Brooks, arrived home Satrrrdav evening by the Air Line road. Mrs. Is. W. ueik-nas oaosen r. moja.enna as administrator on her husband's estate. Henry L. Davis will attend the Sheffield Scientific school next term. Rev. J. E. Wildman preached in Cheshire yesterday, and Rev. Mr. Raftery of that place preached here. A dealer in musical instruments was try ing to trade a piano for sewing machine stock to-day. It is reported that sewing ma chine stock can be bought at oil cents. The funeral of S. W. ttelk was largely at tended on Saturday afternoon by his many friends. Compass lodge No. 9, F. and A. M., of which he was a member, attended in a body and took charge of tbe funeral cere-' monies. The bearers were: O I Martin, J W Smith, E M Johnson, H J N earing, May and E J Bullock. There were many handsome floral offerings from his friends and the services were very impressive, lie v. Wildman ofhciated. June 30. . QtateNews. XISDLKTOWll'S CENTENNIAL. The programme for Middletown's centen nial ce&bration, July 14, is as follows: ; Iflddletown Bteyole Olub. Platoon of Police. , G H Routhmayd, Grand Marshal. ' - Aids.Oolonel F W Whittlesey. LO DavlsJames Inglls, r a-viMVH rr aa faiiaw. F1KST DIVISION. Colsrel Charles P Graham, Marshal. : Assistants, Joseph T Elliott, B P Putnam. Middletown City Band. Mansfield Guard, Co H, O N G. - Mansfield P. at, No 53. GA K. Chapman Post, No 73, of Westbrook. Sons of Veterans' Brum Corps. Cyrese Commsndery, No 8, K T, lienry Woed- ' ward, E C. Uniformed . Odd , Fellows, David Sickersoa, Com mander. Uniformed Lodge, K of P, No 29. Eareke Temple of Honor. ; i -f bbcowd-' tm8ioir. : - - " " - J H GrifBs, Marshal. AraistSBts, M W Lawtoa, John T Walsh, Thomas Srennan, W J Spain, Thomas Ktnaells, Andrew Drennan. Kensii gton Band. : Bt Johns Benevolent Soclatja at John TAB Society. Ancient Order of Hibernians, of Portland. - Henry G Hubbard Brum Corps, at Mary's TAB Society. . . , ; Toung Men's T A B Society. yather Matthew Cadets. "THTI DIVISION. William Williams, Marshal. Assistants, George Wood, Beth s Clark, Daniel Mo- Donalti. - . t 'Firs Department, "' " ' Kssex Cornet Band. Chid Engineer Willey sod Assistants. O VCtfSo Hook and Ladder Company. Donglas H se Company. Hubbard Hose Company. Dooglae Drum Corps. Forest cltrHose Company, So 3. Maltabjsstt Engine, No 1. Pacific Engine. Fire Engine 100 Veers Old. Bucket Company. Portland Steam Firs Engine. FOUSTH DIVISION. General F E Camp, Marshal. Assistants, William Van Densan and Walter B Hub bard. Governor Waller and Staff. Lieutenant-Governor Sumner and Other State Offisls's. Msyor of Middletown acd Mayors of Other Cities. Aldermen and Councilmen of Middletr wn. Ex-aldermen and Ex-Oouecilmen of Midiletown. Orator of the Day, Samuel L Warner, and other speakers, in carriages. FIFTH DIVISION. George T Meech, Marshal. Assistants, D N Davis ana Arthur Cos. Wilcox and Cr.ttenden Drum Corps. Bepresentation of Business, 1784. Ladles and Gents on Horse sack. Decorated Wagons of the Industries of Middletown, Decorated Wagons of Butchers and Tradesmen. George W. Cable, the novelist, and his family left New Orleans Saturday morning for the North, where, in the little town of Simsbury. Conn.. Mr. Cable will employ the summer in his literary work, of which he has a great deal on band. He will prepare a series of papers on facts in Louisiana history and a series of sketches on the Acadians in Louisiana, in harmony with his "Creole Days" At .the Spiritualists' camp grounds, at Niantic, a tower is being erected one hun dred and twenty-five feet high by L. tt. Burnham, of New Britain. Several new cot tages have been erected. A new dining ball. now being erected, will be under the manage ment of Li. r. Fenn, of Willimantio. H.X- carsion tickets over the New London North era road and by steamer Sunshine from Hartford and river points will go on sale July 15th. The speakers for the meetings will be as follows: August 3d, Warren Chace; August 10th, J. Frank Baxter; August 17th, Mrs. Sarah Byrnes: August 24th and 26th, J. Clegg Wright; AnguBt 31st and September 3d and 7th, Mrs. Amelia Uolby. The Baptist tabernacle at Niantio on the grounds back of Crescent Beach, is nearly completed. Cottage building there has not progressed much. Two amateur journals have just made their appearance in Stamford. One is the wasp, edited by Will C. Manis, son of the Metho dist presiding elder, and the other the Spider, published in Noroton. A by-law passed recently by the warden and burgesses of Stamford amends the by-law which vested fh the board of fire control power to expel members of the fire department. Under the new rule all expul sions must be by the warden and burgesses; but the chief engineer has power, for proper cause, to suspend any member or members for forty-eight hours, and the fire control may then order a farther suspension until the next meeting of the board of warden and burgesses. The suspended members of Re lief Hook and Ladder company will not come under the operation of the new law. Tbe one hundred and fortieth anniversary of the foundation of the Episcopal church in Hebron was commemorated Sunday, Bishop Williams offi oiating. Several were confirm ed. Among the late Rev. D. N. Bentley's con verts was John Newland Mamtt, an Irish boy who was serving as a tailor's apprentice in Norwich. He became one of the bright and shining lights in Methodism. Mr. Maffitt won national fame as a preacher, and was chaplain of the national House of Represen tatives. He reached the zenith of his fame about 1840. Norwich Bulletin. THE STATE TTJBNF8T. The State Turnerfest this year, which is h eld at New Haven, takes place the Kith, 17th, 18th and 19th of August. The New Haven societies are making great prepara tions for the coming festival, and will, if possible, try to surpass the Turnerfest held in Hartford last year. The Turner veterans in Hartford have decided to take part in the exercises on the last day August 19th, and they to doubt will join in again with their old spirit and zeal in the day's enjoyment. They will come with a full band. THE USE OF STEAM DREDGES IN THE HOUSA TONIO. Excitement prevails among the many oystermen in Stratford because of an appli cation made by Beardsley & Son to the State Shell Fishery commission, asking permission to pot their steam dredi ing boats at work in the Housatonio river under the pretense of improving the channel by widening and deep ening it. Tbe oystermen assert that the real object is to dig up the young oysters and this year's "spat" with which the river is lined and transport it to beds in Long Island Sound, where it will mature and in a few years it will net them hundreds of thousands of dollars. If the rivers were dredged it is said by those who grow oysters, that it would be years before the shell would accumulate sufficiently to catch another set of oysters, thus completely ruining an indus try in whioh thousands of persons make their living. A petition has been drawn by leading citizens of Stratford te be presented to tbe Shell Fish commissioners expressing disapproval of the plan proposed by Beards ley & Son. The matter will come up for a hearing next Wednesday. STBAff HATS 50c to $2.00. MACKINAWS, MANILLAS. ALL THE LATEST. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Trunks ! Trunks t ! Kilbourn & Co.'s, 8IG CHAPEL STREET. A Friend in Need ! DR. SWEET'S Infallible Liniment 3&EPARED from tbe recipe of Dr. Stephen B wee M oi utmneoxions, me great natanu Bone-Setter tiai been iwed for mor than 60 years and u the ben Known remedy for ieamatism. Neuralgia, Spralna. Br trite. Borne, Out., Won da, and all external Inlo- aTle ammmv Harrlit a.aict InTlsorator Standard and reliable, and kkyib waitm to mbl con we agea ana neip ssvxnxBODT woo tisee It. Soldi by evil Irmglata-a-rrjr tt. nlrieAdeVwtf - HENRY A. DANIELS, M. 1).. IttliKXISeTON AVENTJR, HEaU isyth St nsw sartta.. Hewn , 8 to 1 and 5 to 7, Diseases of the Nervous system. Genlto-Drinarv or gans, impotence and sterility. mcaawom. lira E. Jones Young. DENTIST. 2 30 Chapel, cor. State, Street B'd'g UTer AxawM) s w ua uiu x- ur fstorv. awl ess. All worn warranted. r !T i office heart from a. m. Cnas. S. Hamilton, Attorney and Counsellor at law. t TALK SATIOKAL BANK BUILDING, Corner Ohaysl and Btats Btrsata, ' Totsry Pauls. Havsa, Osas spew ; E.P.ARVTNE, ATTOIlrVEY AT LAW, fSoonu 9 and lit ov unurcn Bt. iiiiiiiit Athxophoros la a novel word to moec I people who speak the English langiiage. The uaea is oentaries agOa meaningr oy is a jxjc 1 Hi. ff f r,AKJlit." Athxophoros is the first and only medicine which has carried off the prize as the perfect remedy for Rheu matism and Neuralgia. likq two relentless tyrants they have for ages held their suffering victims in an Iron grip. These poor sufferers hT been as slaves in the power of their oppressors. athlofhoros Has entered the arena, en- I gaged in coziflict with the monsters, and woo the victory. As the v-rmTi trw-a ir. tha Grecian games of old could win only by ths most severe triais of ability snd endiinnoe, so Athlofhobod has won the prise, not alone by giving temporary relief, bat by bringing an endiirixtgr cure, as well, to those who have suffered the excruciating agonies of Kbeuina tismand Neuralgia, - , . Athlofhoros is a novelty, not only in name, but in its elements. It is un like any preparation yet introduced. Athlophoros acts on the Wood, muscles and joints, removing the poison and add from the blood, carries them out of the system. Athlofhoros Is put up with coiisunimate skill, and contains nothing that tcan possibly xiariii uie moss aeiicate constitution. Now, do you want to Buffer on and on? or do you want to be well? "Athlophoros" WILL Cure You If you cannot get Athlofhoros of your drug gist, we will send It express paid, on receipt of regular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer that you buy It from your druggist, but If he hasn't it, do not be persuaded to try something else, but order at once from us as directed. HTHLOP.HOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK. Blllliininmim s. ....rsssssiinns.il mm f DR. IDYESl t BV.r"ORl. i I A KTK.rt 1 E LECTRO-VOLTAIC BELT and other Electric appliances are sent un ao Davs" Trial to XJLBt urtjux, xuu.nu un ji,l, who are suner ins from Nervous Debility, Lost Vitality, Wasting Weaknesses, and all those diseases of a Personal Nature, resulting from Abuses and Otheh Causes. Speedy relief and complete restoration to Health, Vigor and Manhood Guaranteed. Send at once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address VOITATC BELT CO., Marahall, Mien. KHQW THYSELF.aJ A Great Medical Work on Manhood. Exhausted Vitality, Nervous and Ph; steal Debility. Premature Decline in Man, Errors of Youth and tbe untold miseries resulting from indiscretioo or excess es. A book for every man, young, middle-aged and old. It contains 125 prescriptions for all acute and chronic diseases, each one of which is invaluable. So found by the author, whose experience for 33 years is such as probably never before fell to the lot of any physi cian. 300 pages, bound In beautiful French muslin, embossed covers, full gilt, guaranteed to be a finer work In every sense mechanical, literary and profes sional than any other work sold in this country for $X60,or the money will be refunded in every instance Price only $1 by mail, post-paid. Illustrative sample 6 cents. Send now. Gold medal awarded the author by the National Medical Association, to the officers of which he refers. The Science of Life should be read by the young for instruction, and by the afflicted for relief. It will benefit all. London Lancet. There 1b no member of society to whom The Sci ence of Life will not be useful, whether youth, par ent, guardian, instructor or clergyman. Argonaut. Address the Peabody Medical Institute, or ir W.H. Parker, 4 Bull finch St., Boston, Mass., who may be consulted on all diseases requiring skill and experi ence. Chronic and obstinate diseases that hive baf fled the skill of all other physi XTTp A T cinB specialty. Such treated succors Cl-sUJ-aCXel-J fully without an Instance of fail IT,TTXrCST4,T Th1 ure. mSeodawly A. JLO. .SB. KJJLiJA. Notice to Contractors. SEWERS. City Engineer's Office, No. 17 City Hall, hew Haven, Conn., Jane 2', 1884. j CEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office until 7:50 o'clock Wednesday evening, July 2d, 1884, For constructing sewers and appurtenances in Der by avenue, from its present terminus to the new channel of West River ; in St. Ronan street, from Lawrence street 150 feet northerly, and in Evergreen Cemetery from its present terminus to the outlet of the lake. .Blank forms of proposal and any Information con cerning plans, specifications, amount of bonds, etc., will be furnished upon application. No proposal will be received after the time speci fied, and all proposals not on the blanks furnished, and that are not properly filled out, will be rejected The right to reject any or all bids will be reserved. By order of the Board of Public Works. ALBERT B. HILL, City Engineer. J21 23 24 SOjyl 2 WHITE AND COLORED SAtde to Order. I MERWfli'i 383 State Street. Established 1S57. Je21 Bis Keduction in Prices of Meat, Vegetables and Fruit. Peas ai 40c a peck. 900 quarts of Berries at 12c. Let tuce Ic. Radishes lc. Corned Beef at 60 per ponnd. Very large Bananas 2c each. Everything else very cheap. I. SUrlUNDtrXUtn a, Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Central Market. I 121 Hose. Hose. COTTON, LINEN k ROBBER We do not claim to have more Hose than all the dyealera combined, but we do eep a general assort ment of gooda that we can wan-ant to do aa repre- eented, at very low figures. Give na a call before pnrchaeiLig and we win convince yon J. F. GILBERT &C0.9 479 Stale Streer. JeS BUTTER. The best place in the city to bay Batter. Tbe very finest creamery 30o lb, 3 lb for $1.00. A very nice York State creamery 23c lb, 4 lb f 1. Good Batter 20c lb, 5 lb XI. New Ponce P B. Molasses 55c gallon. 14 lb Granulated Sugar SI. 15 lb Best Extra C Sugar $1. 16 lbs Light C Sugar $1. Best Oil 15o gal, 5 gala 66c. Fresh Egg 18c dozen. Strawberries Every Day. g. 8. A IK, V ill S T45 GRAND STREET. Old Number 181. mar NEW BUTTER. Price greatly reduced and quality very fine. Choicest Delaware county Creamery 30c lb. Fine new Butter 28, 35 and 20c lb. Good Cooking Butter 17c In 10-pound tab. STRAWBERRIES. STRAWBERRIES We have commenced the season In good earnest and will have a large supply of the finest and freshest berries each day. and will offer them at the lowest prices. Be sure and examine our berries before pur chasing ewewnere. SUNDRY BARGAINS. Two bunches Asparagus 25o. Pieplant So lb. Lettuce 5o. Beat salt Codfish 5c lb. Fine Porto Bioo Molasses 50c gal. Lard 12c MEAT MARKET CONNECTED, None but prime Fresh snd Smoked Meats sold. Particular attention given to selecting line Teas. Coffees snd Spices. a pienaia f amily r lour, aew rrocess, per Darret, yuc per nag. J. H. KEARNEY, ELM CITY CASH GROCERY Congress Avenue and Hill Street, my21 Foot of Temple Street. "REMOVAL r. A. & D. R. ALLING, Goal Dealers. Have removed their offtoe temporarily to OALLAOHK R'S CIOAH 8TOHK 750 Cbapel Street. Opposite their Old Stand. Another Reduction. rTHE New Hsven Butter 8tor has again reduced X to a great extent the Butter to such s price that everybody muit be satisAed with the price and quali ty. Our trade has lncreaeed largely. W can ssvs everyone 6 cent on the poooa. Stores, Hotels sad restaurant can be supplied by the tab or greater quantity. Fresh Eggs as low as tus lowest in m arks at wholesale and retail. llo Congress Avenue, Am f lS nLBKUU. TRUNKS! TRUNKS ! TRUNKS ! Bags! Dags! Bags! A complete stock of Tourists' Articles. The only exclusive trunk store in the city. Trunk s,Bag8 and Sample Case made to order. Re pairing a specialty. Old trunks taken in exchange. Clood Goods at Xow Prices at Crofut & Co.'s, 210 CHAPEL STREET. BKLOW Tint BBTDSB. WM D. BRYAN CUSTOM TAILOR, - So. 187 Church Streets ttSSlllBtl - DRESS AND BUSINESS BUTTS WlSSS SiS T SSfCTS. .: j. . : . -- iiiiiirillllllllll "jfmaitrial. Wealtasss la Tbe Market 8narp Drive At Central Pacific Mrs. Coltsa'i Salt Helps The Bears Prices Decline Throughout Ths Day And Close Weak. Hew Tobk. Jane 30. Vith ths exofptfon of .slight show of s'rength at the opening to-day the market vraa weak and on the dscllfi. taroughent. The feature of the day was s vigorous attack on Central Pacific, which was heavily prtssed for sale on the renort that Mrs. Ocltoa cf Santa Bxsa, California, a holder of Central Pacific bonds, will apply In the California courts on Tuesday aext fcr a receiver for slock and bends held by the Central Pacific company. She allege, as s reason for ths application that $3,500,000 In ths Southern Pacific bonds were last week withdrawn from ths sinking fund of the road and sent to aid C. P. Huntingdon iu thla'clfy. Kr. Huntin.don promptly denied these allegations and stated that ths only Southern Psctfio bonds tetonglng to the sinking fnnd 'snd sent to New York were those accumulated to pay off Iks State aid loan or tl.SS ),000 which maturt s July 1. Th.aa bonds," said sir. Huntingdon, wers seLt here to pay off the indebiedi.es and Mrs. Cotton's charge are simply a matter of blackmail snd there is no reason tj (oppose her application will have anv weight in oourt. " Notwithstanding the denial of Huntingdon, the stotk declined rapidly on large offerings. Ths weakness of tills stock was taken advantage of by the bears to raid other of the leading stocks, circulating reports of intende 1 defaults on the July interest by certain roars. This had the effect of weakening the whole lUt The prices deolined almost uninterrupt edly from the opening np to within fifteen aainnte, of the close, when nnder cavering by tbe shorts and bidding up by lnsidtrs, there waa a fractional recov ery from the Ion est point. The closing prices, how S7er, as compared with Saturday's closing show a de" clins with bat few exceptions ef to 3 per cent ' led by Central and Un'on Pacific, Michigan Central, Manitoba, Wabash preferred and Union Pacific. The specialties were weak, bat the changes were only few. Money closed at 2 per cent. Exchange closed firmer. Posted rate wre ad vanced to 4834-5; actual rates 182 for sixty da), and 48 for demand.- Governments closed firm. rcloslug price, reported over the private wires of su a ouaad iup, jian.ers snd Urosere. s.Sied 154 If ll 155 American Te. .. Hell 41IOL aa Xerr. it.ule. ......... .. aiton and Terra Haste pfd American District Telegraph Boston K. I. Air lilsepfd...... Barlington sid Qalnoy.. ....... J.O. Cand I Uanada Soothers. ....... ...... Canada Paoifio O.stral Paoifio ... Ootcavoend Alton 0ol., Ohio, snd Ind. Oen.. ........ Ones, snd Ohio. . ......... do. 1st prsf do. ad pref... Del., Lac, and West . ... Del. and Hudson Canal........... Denver and Bio Grand... ...... Uric; .... Erie pfd ." firl Seconds . ... .. Sue and Wisteru. 20 .... S3 ....109 26J .... 40? .... 30 119 1 Sii 84 109 34 27 41 121 s 12 9 10 e ......llo 91 IX .. 12 23 46X lit 110 2 754 12 ii 25 so 8 east Tenn., va. ft cia " Pfd..... xprass Adami American.. ........ United States.... Well Fargo , Hsn. snd St. Jo Han. snd St. Jos. pfd Houston and Texas Ind. filer, i... a, West Ulnels Central..... Canvas and Texas Lake Hcsre , Loalsvllie end Kashvllle Manhattan Elevated Mil., Laao shore and W... do. pia , Mntnal Onion lei Memphis A Charleston Mlohlgan Central... M. and Bt, Louis do. pfd Mobil, snd Ohio. Xlssonrl Pselfie :( 4 7 130 90 50 106 e1 ...12 ... 87 ... 7X .. 100 21 12 . 10 .113 . 11 . '1 . 24 . 62 114 71 M 04 64 19 95 114 55 11 21 H 95 117 37 57 98 12 l-.i 6 - 8 15 40 844. 119 26 1 15 ?3 81 9 4" 8 Morris and Ksaex Nashville and Obattanoog.II.II".lI. 34 S ""fwenirai Sew Sort ;oentrai New York and Kev Sing.... Sow tora ttlevated S. I., cute, and St. Loot lo. p'd Sew Central Coal Northern PaoiUc ...".111.111111 Northern Paoifio pfd. .... Sorthw&st Northwest pfd 11111111 Norfolk. and West pt'tf..... 1111111"" -fclo Centra Ohio and Mississippi 1111111111 Omaha. ....... ................ Jjsahi pfd .111111111111" Ontario and Western.. 11111111111111 Oregon Transcontinental... Pacific Mall Peoria, D. snd avansvlllelll 11111 111 Beading. Blohmon.l A Danville. l.llllllll'l" Richmond sad West Point 1 11 6( .. 97 . 9 .105 . 5 . 9 .. 4 - 15 . 4J . F4 .119 .. 24 - 1 . 15 . 24 . 81 . 8 - .. 40 - - 2 boob asiana .. ........ .. Booheuer Pitts.. St. Paul 3t. Psnl pfd St. Paul snd DaluUi... ".".1.7.1 do. pfd It. Paul M. and ;K Texas Paoifio.... Union Pacifle.... . ffsbash Wabash pfd 1.11111""" Western (Union Tel. .111111111 United Pine tine' Otf West Shore First Bay State Tel 39 Boston and North Tel.. ..1111111111111 Pullman Car Co !."!!!."." 05 Government bonds siossd as follows : 6s 81, continued. . . . ....... .. Seoontlnned. .......... . " " i,s,'91, reg lllllllllllll 0 96 110 alio ts, -St, coup no as, amjf, rsg. ...... ......... is, W07, coup .' .J18Jall8 . 99al00 Oarrenoy 6, '95 ml Currency 6s, '96 ...... ."" Currency 6s, 7 1111""!""" OarTency 6a, '98...... Oorrenoy 6, '99 1.1" 1111 11111 Pacific railroad bond closed as follow .123 oia .125 .127 .129 .131 rirsts 113114 fund Iie2all7 I 9rant..... ..107al08 112 alia Chlcaco Grata anal Provision Hark.t, uoeing quotations Reported over Private Wires to hdwla Howe gi Co., Commission Mer chants, 403 New York Produce Exchange, New xcrs. The following shows the quotations at 2:30 p. (Chicago time) for the past three days : June 27. Jans 28. Jane 30. 86 i (Ju'y 85Jf 85 Wheat -August 87X 87s I September 88.5? r83f Jiuly v S2 B2 Corn -August 54 6314 (September. 54 63J 3 63?, I1--- 1 SOJi Sin uate -(August 27?i 26 J 2034 inviiwiiiiimr...... 11 , v 20 (July.... 19.50 19.50 19.50 Pork August 18 75 19.00 19 00 (September. 17. T5 17.75 17.76 (JUly- 7.12 7.27-Jtf T.22Jf Lard -t August 7.27tf 7.45 T.S7X loujiLCULim- l.UU -02 BEOKIPTS. Wheat, 67 car; corn, 412 cars; oats, 149 cars: b 18,000 head. wuv.m ..v. jaaB vyv.. First Mortgage Main Line s ner wjui. rouua, Due May 1, 1902. Interest payable May lt and November lit. t neae bond srs a Dart of the 7 n ont w .... soUdated mortgage, reserved to retire prior liens, and mrv uuw isauea w ii.ii en. raw or interest reduced. We offer a limited amount for sale and recommend " . un-eiOT investment. VERMILYE & CO.. Son. 16 and 18 Nassau Street NEW YORK CITY. $16,000,000 OF WESTERN FARM BONDS FROM the scenctes supplying me with bond have been sold within the naat ten veara witbnnt . loss to any investor. Average interest received has been over 7 per cent. I have bonds of all aiaea, with interest at six to ten ner cent., according to incut. amjBu.a in j umm vr was uy nana caeca. v-.iiM ana letters 01 inquiry invited. Cp Stair, ALFRED WALKER. 85 Orange Street. jlSdawlm Stocks For Sale. 29 share N. H. County National bank stock. 20 share Yale National bank stock. 28 shares B. A N. Y. Air Line, preferred. 10 shares N. Y., N. H. A H, B. It. BUNNELL & SCRANTON. If A.H t.H.llg AND BKUKKKI. e3t 733 and 734 CHAPEL 8TBEET. STOCKS AND BONDS FOR SALE 10.000 New Fork. Naw Haven and Hartford 41. $2,000 New Haven snd Northampton First Mors. gagoT'a. (2,000 New Haven and Northampton Flrt Mort gage O-B. u.ouo Hew Haven snd Northampton eons 6s. 100 share New Haven County National Bank. 60 shares Branford Lock Won a Small lota of Tala and Merchants' National banks. N. H. and Nonhampton B. B., A". Y. snd N. i. Tsle- pnos. W. T, Hatch & Sons B&NEEK9. IF T0U WISH TO BUY OK SELL STOCK PRIVILiEaES Write to SEYMOUR & CO., 51 New Street, New York City. my3i 2m NOTICE. THE next monthly meeting of the Managers of the Home for the Friendless will be held at ths Home in Fair Hsven on Wednesday afternoon. July District of Sew Hoven, t. Prpbate Court,) Jans Hi. 1884. f STATE of MARY E. ALLING, late of New Haven, I In said dlatrlct, deceased. The Conrt of Frahat. for tbe Dlatplnt nf V Haven, hath limited and allowed six month. the data hereof for the ereditors of said Estate to ex hibit their claims for settlement. Tho e who neg Isot to present their soooonts, properly ttsstd,wlth in said time, will be dspsrred s iscoyery. All per- Mkna l..t.J , ....... ... . . ' . I.IIIIWSlSliS lasjinsss so uisu. a. iiaonij, 'eseadlw Administrator. .. 11 13 ....103 103 3 3 61 61 99 9 Tl i i H 4 5 10 11 . 54 54 60 39 A Safeguard. The fatal rapidity with which slight Colds and Conglis frequently develop Into the gravest maladies of the throat and lungs, is a consideration which should impel every prudent person to keep at hand, as a household remedv, a bottle of AYEE'S CHEERY PECTORAL. - Nothing else gives such immediate relief ' and works so sure a cure in all affections of this class. That eminent physician. Prof. F. Sweetzer, of the Maine Medical School, Brunswick, Me., says : "Medical science has produced no other ano dyne expectorant so good as AYER'8 Chirst Pectoral. It ia invaluable for disease of the throat snd lungs." - The some opinion Is expressed by the well-known Dr. L. J. Addison, of Chicago, 111., who says: 1 have never found. In thirty-five years of ' continuous study and practice of medicine, any preparation of so great value aa Avail's Cbibbt PscTOBax,, for treatment of diseases of the throat snd lungs. It not only breaks up colds and cures severe coughs, but is more effective than anvthing else in relieving even the most serious bronchial and pulmonary affections." AYER'S Cherry Pectoral Is not a new claimant for popular confi dence, but a medicine which is to-day saving the lives of the third generation who nave come into being since it was first offered to the public. There is not a household in which this Invaluable remedy has once been in troduced where its use has ever been abandoned, and there Is not a person who has ever given it a proper trial for any throat or lung disease suscep tible of cure, who has not been wade well bv it. AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL has, in numberless instances, cured obstinate cases of chronic Bronchitis, Larny gitis, and even acute Pneumonia, and has saved many patients in the earlier stages of Pulmonary Consumption. It is a medicine that only requires to be taken in small doses, is pleasant to the taste, and is needed in every house where there are children, as there is nothing so good as AYTVR'S CTTF.RRY PECTORAL for treat ment of Croup and Whooping v ougu. These are all plain facts, which can be verified by anybodv, and should be re membered by everybody. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold bv all drnjrgists. AYER'S Ague Cure IS WARRANTED to cure all cases of ma larial disease, such as Fever and Ague, Inter mittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague. Bilious Fever, and Liver Com plaint. In case of failure, after due trial, dealers are authorized, by our circular of July 1st, 1882, to refund the money. Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. GONNEGTIGUT EIVER SHAD Oregon Salmon Hon crabs, Hard Crabs, liive Lobsters, Sea Bass, Black Fish, Trout aod Mackerel. A.FOOTE & (JO'S., ...... ainttKi oaaaKiiciBi m! 600 BUSHELS HUNGARIAN AND GERMAN OR CCIEN LLET. SILVER-HULL AND GRAY BUCKWHEAT. TUENIP SEED. ALL. KINDS FRANK S.PLATT, 374 and 376 State Street. Jel7dawtf: NEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO, Manufacturers of WINDOWSHAOES And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Turcoman Curtains, Madras Curtains, Lace Curtain?, CORNICES, CORNICE POLES, ETC. By making s specialty of these goods we are able to show the largest assortment and offer all goods in ouo line at VERY LOW PRICES. In order ta make way for our new Fall Patterns we have laid ont 500 pairs DADO SHADES, in odd lots of one to five pairs, which wo will clcse out without regard to cost of manufacture. MR. L. B. JUDD will have charge of our Drapery snd Shade work, st.d orders by postal or telephone will receive prompt attention. New Haven Window Shade Co., Gt4 Chapel Street. BELOW THE BP.IDGE. N. B. Store closed evenings, except Monday and Bsturaav. I a MM & SOI Prii8.Meats,Veptaliles. BlC, 7 and 9 Church Street. IV. B. Beginning: June 1st, -we shall make daily trips to the West Haven Shore Tor the accommotla tion of families residing there. m23 THE REASON WHY The "SEAL OF WORTH CAROLINA PLUG C W T Is the favorite moklnf Tobacco of connois- senrs. Became it is the Best. It is selected with the greatest care from the best Tobacco frown in Granville Oonnty, North Carolina, and stored away two TBsiBS before it ia manufactured. For sale by ail aeaiers. a a jw. an tt, uhib.. Manoiaccnrers. A LT7,"Vri"nC! TO SELL POSITIVELY the .CXVIX -A. lObest selling book in the mar r A "NT I I 1 U' T"ket. GATELT'S UNIVEItS W -sCXXN -L J-jXaAL EDUCATOB. 1.200 naeec. 600 illustrations. Has outsold everytktin? else. 35,000 copies sold last year. Exclusive territory and the most iioeru Terms ever on ere a. Apply at once. JK. dATEIiY & CO., 89 A.ylum Stroet, Hartford, Conn. Safe Investments for' Money. wm. wwaa,a m .ana - murii urnuBi slsv rtna on iupreved arms in Ohio and Indiana worth three or more times the amount loaned; in a rich, agricul tural region; in the midst of railroads, school honses, turnpikes permanent improvements all calculated to make land rood security. No losses In twelve years experience. Mo expense to the lender. Inter est semi-annually. Over forty years' residence. For ; roil information write to ns. J. Ail-pffclMSQW .ft CO., Richmond. lOfi, TO ADVERTISERS Lowest Bates for Advertising In 070 STOOd nawinnriaM Marti 'f rea. Address vmr. r. xmiwuu UO. kii HprOCe St, . X. JI.4T "JI-WJSSW f IIHJ IV! OTHERS IMUK. INTO THE MERIT'S OF THE LA SHOES ! FOR YOUR BOYS. They will be A ORE AT MA VINO in MONEY, and your boys will be pleased- bov gnauin without trade-mark and- John lwftTMnKT.TL.Jb Po" on each Dalr. Beware of iinita-iions with hi Alar Tin. THFRRTANll sounamg similar tq THKSK fHOESsfor tbey are mm tfood mm we K. G. HIISSEJLLi O.S3 CVaI SttwsW, Paw BTV, Cs) 'r' , esa,ai .: , T.a un , lot Hew JaYen and Horthampton Railroai 1 Eastern Standard Time. Commencixq June 30th, 188-4.-' Leave New York, 8.00 a.m. 2.00p.m. 4.30p.m. NewHaven, TlBa.m. 10.2.-, ' 4.10 ' 6.25 " riatnvule, 8.15 11.20 " 4.58 - 7.18 " Arrive N.Hartford, 9.0S " 1.10 p.m. 5.47 "8 0S Westneld, S.19 " 12.23 " 5.54 8.25 " Holyoke, 10.18 " 12.49 6 50 Northampton, 9.55 12.59 ' 6.25 " 8.58 " WIlllamsb'rK, 10.16 " 1.22 7.24 9.30 So.Deerflelil, 10.16 ' 1.19 " 6.45 " Turner's F'ls, 10.45 " 2.01 " 7.06 Shel. Falls. 10.42 1.45 ' 7.11 No. AdaniB, 11.30 " 2 33 7.59 Wllliamatown, 11.45 " 2.59 8.25 Saratoga, 3 20 p.m. 4.55 " 10.30 Troy, 2.15 " 6.45 9.5B " Leave Troy, 7.45 a.m. 1 -28p.m. Saratoga, 9.45 ' Wllliamatown, 11.40 ' 8.45 " No. Adams, 7.45a.m. 12.25 p.m. 4.10 Shcl. Falls, 8.35 " 1.14 5.00 " Turner's FIs, 8.S5 " 12.55 " 4.40 So. Decrneld. 9.U0 " 1.41 " 5.25 " Willi amsb'rir, 6.15 a.m. 8.30 M 10.40 a.m. 5J North ampt'n, 6. 84 " 9.20 " 2.U6p.m. 5.49 " Holyoke, 6.45 " 8.56 " 2.10 " 5 90 " Westneld. 7.09 9.55 " 2.S3 " 6.26 " N. Hartford, 7.30 " 9.15 " 2.55 " 6.40 " Plalnvllle, 8.15 " 10.59 " 3 45 7.33 - New Haven, 9.17 " 11.52 " 4.40 " 8.28 " New York, 11.45 " 2.20 p.m. 7.20 " 10 JO " S. B. OPDYKE. Jr., 8a pt. IF OD ARE GOING WEST OR SOUTH TRAVEL BT THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. The Best Railroad in the World- 4 Dally Kxpresa Trains to the West. Apply for tickets and full information to J. H Rtatea, ticket agent, N. v., N. H. i;H. B. B., New Ha ven. J.7 New York, New Haven & Hartford R. R., June 15, 1884. Trsfm Lsav. New Havwa, as Follows t FOB NEW YOHK 8 68, 4 18. t 28, S 15, 80, '7 80 8 10, 8 80, -9 80. 10 40. 'i2.00 noon.. (1 00 n. m. way train to Stamford), 1 SO. "2 30.-8 50 (4 07 way w esamrora, raenoe r.x. to in . Jtors), a ir, 42, 7.10, 7 15 milk rain with pass, accommodations stops at all stations except Glenbrook, Sound Beach, Cos Cob, Harrison, Larchmont and Pel. bamvllle. (8.00 way to Bridgeport), '8 88, p. ra. Sundays, "3 58, "4 18 8.0C a. m., 6 00, 7 16, owp. m. Washington Might Express via Harlem River Leaves at 11 60 p.m. daly,top at Mil ford, Bridgeport. South Norwalk and Stamford. FOB BOSTON vis SPRINGFIELD! 03 nhrht, 52. 8 00, '11 06 a. m., 1 16, 3 12, 26 p. m. Sundays,! C2 FOB MONTREAL via Conn. River snd 0. V. B. B. "11 05 a. m.. 6 26 T. m. dallv excent Snndav. F OK BOSTON viaNEW LONDON AND PBOVIDBNOI 12 45, night, 10 25 a. m. fast express "(3 16 Newport Express, goes no farther than Provi denoe), "4 10 p. m. Fast Express Sundays 12 44 nignc For Boston via Hartrorti and ft. V. tt PI KK. 'i so a. m. daily, ft'or Hartford. Sni-inartlelfl and STarlflan . 12 15 night, 1 02 night,(2 80 a. m. to Hart ford,) 6 52- 8 iHl, 10 55, 11 05, a. m., 12 10 noon, a to, aii,4su oa to ttartrora), -e 20, 8 12 p. m. Sund&vs, 1 02 night, 6 26 p. m. FOR NEW LONDON, &c 12 46 night, 8 08, 10 28, 10 35 a. m.. 3 15. 4 10, 5 00. 18 n. m. (9 00 p- m. train to Guilford goes no farther.) Sundays id so mgac TIA B.i N.T. AIR LINE DIVISION for Middletown, Willimantio, &o. Leave New Haven for all sta. tions at 8 15 a. m., 1 35 6 20 p. m. Oonneot at atiaoietown with Oonn. Valley RR., and at Willi, mantle with N. Y. & N. E. and N. L. at N.RR., s Turnerville with Coloukstkb Bbasoh. Trains arrive in New Haven at 8 00 a. m 1 22, 8 29 p.m. a., m. ir 1 1, vice rresiaent, 'Erprff.H trains. 1 Local Express. Philadelphia and Reading It. R BOD ND BROOK ROOTS. CjlOIl TRENTON AND PHH.ADKL.PniA, Btatlon in New York, foot Liberty St., North Bits UOMMUMUINO JUNE 22, 1884. Leave N. Fork for Trenton and Phlladel'a 4.0n. T.4 ..so, 11.10 a. m.; l.su, 4, 4.8U, 5.30, 7.00 and 12.00 p. Sundays, 8.45 a. m.: 5. so, 12 p.m. f or sunnnry, Lewlsbnrg and Wllllamsport, 7.48 s m. ana 4 p. in. xirawing 1 too in cars on all dav train snd Sleeping Oars on nlnht trains. Leave Philadelphia, corner 9th snd Greens street i.ou, b.su, v.w, it a. m.; 1.15, 3.40, 5.40, 5.46, 12 p. Bunday. 8.30 a. m.; 5.80, 12 p. m. TZ MJamm Ml .1" lOI a. .b.., O.JU, o.4U, V.W, 1 'IIUJ . 111. 1, 8.80, 8.20, 6.80; Sundays, 8.16 a. m.; 4.30 p. m Ieave Trenton, Warren and Tucker sts., 1.25, 6.S0 O.U3, s.uu, 1H.U3. ii.so a. m.; 1.54. 4.22, 6.24, 7.28 p. m Bundays, 1.26, 9.18 a. m.; 6.16 p. m. 0. G. HANCOCK, H. P. BALDWIN. . P. T. A.,Phlladelpbla, Gen. East. Pass. Agt., new xors. i. c. ttUUXTEN, uen. Manager, SB18 tf HOUSATONIO RAILROAD. Commencing June 16. 1884. TRAIN8 leave New Haven via N. Y., N. H. & H. R. B. at 9.30 a. m. and 4.07 n. m., connecting at Bridgeport for Pittsfleld and intermediate station, Albany via State Line and Saratoga. New Fork Lim ited Express leave Bridgeport at 5 25 p, m., arrive at Piitsfield at 8 30 p. m., connecting for North Adam, arriving at 9 20 p. m. xt. D. avkkili,, General Ticket Agent. W. H. YEOHANS, Superintendent. General Office, Bridgeport, Oonn. 125 K angatnek Rallrotso. COMMENOING November 19th, 1883, train lsavt New Haven via N. H. D. B. B., eonneotlni with this road, st 7:00 a. m. Connecting at Anaonls with panemrs, tram for Waterbury, Litchfield and Wln ted. :50 s. m. Throutjh ear for Wf ry, Wsit n. Lltcbaeld, Wlnited. :00 p. m. Connecting at Anaoi.li with pasasngai train for Waterbury. 1:40 p.m. Ihrough car for Waterbury, Watattowa, Litchfield, Wlnited, 8:20 p. m. OocBsetlng at Anaonls for Waterbury. - , , imai leave wmctea: 7:ios I aa., 1:28 p. us., with through oar and at r:20 p, TBAISS LEAVE WATEBBUBF At 5:30 a. m S.4 a. m. through oar, 10:50 a. m., 2-44 p. m., throngb sar, 6:45 p. m. GEOBGE W. BEACH. Superintendent. Bridgsport, Nov. 17, 1888, New Haven and Derbv RaiirnAsi. Train Arrangement commencing Nov. 19, '83. wtn New Haven At 7:00 and 9:50 A. M. ; 2KW. 5:40. 6:20 P. M. : Satur days at 11:00 P. M. lvs AdssbIb At 6:35, 9:05 and 11:40 A. M. ; 8:25 and 7:81 P. M. Connection are made at Aninnia wit nM.n train of the Nauaatnek Rallrmd. .nil .t Nm rr... with the principal train of other roads centerl aa New Haven. Nov. 17th. 1883. u, D, Will 1AJU1. DD111. NEW GOODS. "ONE MI8SING"- -The great Decor tloa Day plo- ture. Large encravinia. :) rUffnrant mi-,uantm .iM io.ni Price S cents each. ' ine njiita JJaieDbant." hMvi Amhnuan in .4.VA. Bwuuu, wau uiagninfjeni mppingi or goid and col ors. Price 15 cents eanh. Day school reward nurds fmm in rant. - lin m A Trial of Patience." New Plaque. Price 6 cts. Hand decorated wall pockets. Imported, lftc each. A few writ! uk desks still remain. Prion from 4Krt npwardr. 8x11 framed picture 15c each. Gilt edge a v. o jbajcio uu ouu. iiow lmporiea coromM. lix 15)tf, 10c each. New designs in birthday, wedding, condolence and reward cards. W. O. Mcintosh, nrer sintl Importer, Itlsnnractnrr sintl Importer, 1IC OK.4NUE STREET. The Eddy liefrigerator For Karallv Una. THE place to and the beat Refrigerator 1 to know where the Eddy 1 sold. That is lust nerfect In very respect. Sold by Ml LAS C.AE.PIN, m5 3BO STATE 8TKKKT. HOUSE AMD SIGN PAINTING, GRAINING and PAPERING. KAIVSOM IIIiiLS, 492 STATE STREET, TODD'S BLOCK. Choice selections of WALL PAPERS, Elegant and Attractive Gilt Papers! uoraer to match, contracts for rhmnHn. PAINTS, OILS, VABN1SH, WINDOW GA8S BBUSHE3 snd all materials pertaining to tbe business. a26 3m Rockaway Oysters, Scollops Soft and Hard Shell Crabs. Sea nm Sminn. Ttin.. uu, iau wuire, nan out, awordnsh. Perch, Mack- 4C Church Street, cor. of Crown. M2D AT DAWSON'S. nJt wxa.ze atreet, Yon can alwavs find ehaice Teas, Coffees and Pure Spices. uonees ltoastea nailv. YALE MiK BUIL,DlVe. 57 J9ft 610ranffe St. FURFil URE DEALERS AUID HAVE the nneit Painted Bedroom Suites In tht city. New Parlor Suites, Walnut Bedrooa on 1MB. The best Spring Bed for the money. f ipilnt. Rattan, Cane and Bosh Seal Ohalr,'ln!grtl s.ri.aj..w IU W . . U . MP BCIIgM UNDERTAKING promptly attended to, night or day, with care. iKXxies preservoa wuaom ice in tne best na.nnk Also sole agents for Wash barn's Diodnri-tina Disinfecting Fluid. M A new lot of Folding Chairs and Htnn.a tm , CARRIAGES FOR SALE OHEAP. 1 light Rockaway. niatform spriDg-s; 1 TJeach wagon; 1 top uuki uwariy new. call on or ad dress 73 CHAPEL ST Boom T. mi tf k&'KK, M. D. SIS Chapel Strceet, between Orange and Church Streets, Residence, Tontine Hotel. NEW HAVEN, CONN. OFFICE HOURS 8 to 12 s.m.. 2 to t a, m. TtoBm BUNDAX-8 to 10 a. ui., ii to p . T mT Cra&tlers xa&t. Change of Tiiiift Ktarin'K Line. Daily Except Saturday. st if?is " Haven from , Dock in johv a i m day. Tb. KRA8TD OOSnTko i?,MdT and Thnra ery M.oay, tewi,1 ISda1' tln SDOOr' Betnrning, leave ew Yirk Siif a Cortlandt etreaS, p. f 'T0,, 18, foot , night boat from New York. " T1 only Sunday "Fare, with berth IB osqi. . . ... Excursion tickets, $1.5). ' ' ""oom, Ji.oo. the Intastlonal BxcbgTsi ntir ,n4 . vjaxjM, Agent, sa rTr. Cpra DAILY LINE FOR NEW YORK PARK $1, IJIcirDINU BERTH. Tickets for the Round Trip $1.50 TkS.tiTlY..vCe N?w Si,'- ' N.8wv.T,T8 ' leaves From New York the "o h S?i ?JPted. Slip at 3 p. m, cSntinena ?l v'rr" Peck Sunday exoepted-Saturdav SJii 'cl?ck P- ., midnight. Saturday night at lis o'ci. ck Sunday Night Boat for New v-tr The Steamer NEW H4VEN cJ., , IeavM New Haveu ,t fo.35Ptasin. W,lter C- rrt st the Elliott House. Free sS-. .at8 room d Sail from Ne-v'fSHIPS GJpow via Londonderry. Cabin $33 rum; fi&. Liverpool and Queenstown Service. citt of Some jJv w' Zu?Z"-t BnS8TRAI- sils Jul, 26, Ant'iio 6" Superb accommodation. for alfclaksof Cabln.,. to . For passage. Cabin PUBooi oSS abOT8- HENDERSON BROMERSS' Sj'PP'y WV'.iiwTEKB.'ra- ng the Atlantic. CablrTlifitiSs,t.Bt;,m'1'1P" cree. at.pecuir.te. out.iriteeri0.001 xcureion steerage tickets, tl. ielmf "." "? Prepaid other lines.' NeW stefaarf.r. a OWf r Jhmn mo,t to New York, . d.js, lrsdm'.cmos1"' "1P wA'if.0' Jsven, BOBNfTaSK-- D6wToTE.MWNAitISTEB- GEORGE M.- 'F- Horses and Carriages For safe and To Let. v"E3JV CARRIAGE making In all It bran,h.. their advantage to give us a call. to CDLLOM A CO., 108 Franklin Street. Jelltf KUBfiER HOSE! LARGEST STOCK, LOWEST PRICES IN TUB CITV. FOSKETT & BISHOP, BRANCH STORE. 463 STATE STKEET, mylOSm OPPOSITE Ottw. or.n nrivn Flows from the Maximum Mineral Fountain of Sara. rf.nt 'i1""1 " iBJhe P'nlon " tbe moSt e"l! r-J..?.1 ..' n,e N'ure' Sovereign (tire lor Constipation, Dyspepsia, Torpid lvVr I inactive 4 oi,,ll tl.,,l ol tllo KSevs and witn ladles, gentlemen and bon vlvanta evervwlicra oEjT.Vt?dard of d'e'?exu7u.hfor! ?i5,algB!tlT fttno"ous sad enabling free Ilv- w,ThTunce.Td rmtnTtesn J0,!? , sparkling, naturally pure and dSfghtfm quSlt e. 11 be':-'o"'Dprable, and accredit it.wlt" beln r,"? ?P8"''fUro8 of 'b9ir clear m! plexions. high health and exuberant soirits. Ilatli ? SpHllff Water is sold only ta gits, be Sties four doaen ulnf. are i 1. A "y"'es, dD'' iS21KL- bTCwine'Tercn'.n?. my 2 I am selling: Hungarian French and California Din ner Clarets and White Wines at cost, preparatory to vacating niv nresont premises. I am selling; fine quality clear Havana Cigars at the price of Domestic Goods. H. J. REYNOLDS, nO. 147 .CR.OWW STRRRT. 14T .CROWN STREET. New Hsves, Conn. jell GliAY'S SPsECIFIC MEDICIIVE. TRAOC MARK Ths Guat Eng-is-TRADE MARK cur for Seminal Weak neaa, Spematorrhtsa, Im pottmrv, aud mXl Dueus that follow as a aequtfiictt ofSelf-Abnse; as Ion of Memory, Universal Las situde, Pain in the Back. JJmiBrofVUKiD,rrn. tureOld Ae, and many Other diaasa tbatlead to' iEF0RETAKIII0,,,WRtur- AFTER TAKIRB.1 Bkvark of advrtiimeiits to rcfnnd money, when drari'ti frnr Whom the medicine Is boiiphtiKJ nc iituiid, but re'trr oo to tht m.AnafsK-inrpr, arid tke rtKjulrrment' re such that they are bkldum II fpr, complied with. See theli written -fuaranWe. A trial of ooe rtn. ?le p-viagt; ot Gray's Sptwitic will convit.es thj most skvptaical of it real m. axwwhve 0t ommivrttU hmr dopF4l the fallow WrappvT the rVr'nIl partlpnlars In onrpamplit, whtrfa w dest-ss f- menA ff. w-. m i to every one. 3T The Specific Wl, 1, by H drflf Pho Gray Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y. SOlaD BY RICHARDSON 4: CO.. 1 HfiW HAVIN. cOMlf. Caution to Farmers and Sealers. For BafetV In Tiv-itisHw. rr - N?; fok"k5:ii oS: Agt.8tl, 0'n,iW0H ' ''f "srrow., jl dawim ' -""" Special Notice. JAMES ii. Mc ALPINE RTcEtnIffiIi.!''- "!?! the P" Wih th. arm of iTRiirh, StTk. EE opnodlh. 08 CHAPEL STREET. next to th Rnatnn (1- at m . - , . . Xm . . 4uufj Dttu-a, uiu lueia ooonaens IrSfwi;r X yemr" lwience in London, England, and thi. lt in ii.. . , . , . . . ... 7 . ' J. .;iu.i uuizjg ana repeirins off fAna watches that he is onaiinad tn eive utiTr.., snd he hopes bv strict attention to hn.lnu. "mmf cjuue mtrit " ,bm "'- 'belr patronage. Tne International Express, iirr.LVr wn BOSTOS, MKRIDEII, HARTFORD, SPBIIuiriHrTi AKDALLPOIXTI JfOKTH, ' SOUTH, K AST ASD WK8T, PBOTbTPT nrT.TVRBV isn rn n . ... Office No. 31 Center Street. a vsanwana. CLARET WES. Mvn. l. UUNNING. Agent. " Mi i. '