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July 8, 1884, VOL. Lll - r I FOB-THIBTI DAYS 7 Will make unniual Inducements to close out remain der of stock of Summer goods; Fall trade. Everything to Come early, while assortment i'arosois. BDmouisun, Jerseys, Albatros Cloths, Summer Shawls, Grendadines, White Robes, Satlnes and Chambrays, Ecru Kobes, Ginghams and Cambrics, Pongee Not a dollar's worth ot these (roods PAN PRICES will sell them. T64 A1VI) f fowls FliAOS AND CHINESE UA1VTEBNS, In Great Quantities at G-. J, MOFFATTS Paper Warehouse. 495 497, 499 AND 501 STATE STREET, FOOT OF ELM STREET. Admiration which is richly de served is everywhere being b stowed t en the superb Matbushek Pianos, oil nimiofi an maiiT have been sold. Some! goods have to be pushed and talked up with great energy, but the Matbushek Piano sells itself. While business at large is suifering a great depression, there are no dull times at the Temple of Music The public has learned to onnrnKllltn wllilt IS UrSt-ClASS in MUSl- cal Instruments and Pianos of high! onoiitv rll ranidlv at fair prices. I vi.it.n r orriiallv welcomed at ourE stores, and a call and examination our stock does not incur any obliga-F i. tn mircliase. We are happy tol show goods even to those who do notta- Intend to buy, and we carefully avoids importunity, If the reader will examine our stock he or she will be courteously treated, and if pleased with the goods shown can purchase at satisfactory prices. C. M. LOOMIS. TEMPLE OF MUSIC. Cheapest place in the city to buy wood by the cord half cord, quarter cord or barrel. Orders by mat or telephone will receive prompt attention. NEW HAVEN WOOD YARD, I no!4 tf Is Kait Btreet. opp. Myrtle. J MRS. DANIELS, , THE MANICURE, I HiS recovered from ber late sickness and is again able to attend to buslners. Manicure treated as a acleuoe, nature astiated not destroyed. There Is nothing which mars the beauty of a lady's hand like broken mis-shaped finger nails. Oaroful attention to the defects of the nstls ahonld be lmpreaed on the mind, of those who aspire to appear neat. Omce hours 9 tj 12, 3 to 4. 695 Chapel street. " i JSEVV BUTTER. Price greatly reduced and quality very fine. Choicest Delaware county Creamery 30c la. Fine new Butter 28, 36 and 200 lb. Oood Cooking Butter 17340 in 10-pound tuba. STRAWBEKRIBS. STRAWBERRIES. We have commenced the sesson In good earnest snd will have a large supply of the flues t and freshest berries each day. snd will oiler them at the lowest prices. Be sure snd Examine our berries before pur chasing elsewhere. SUNDRY BARGAINS. Two bnnchts Asparagus 35c. Pleplsnt 3c lb. Lettuce 6c Best salt Codfish Sc lb. Fins Porto Blco Molasses Sue gal. Lard 12c. MEAT MARKET CONNECTED. None but prime Fresh and Smoked Meats sold. Particular attention given to selecting nne Teas, Coffees aod Spices. A splendid Family Flour, New Process, f6.7 per barrel, 90c per bag. J. II. KEARNEY, EL3I CITY CASH GROCERY Cow Kress Avenue and Hill Street, UI21 root of Temple Street. Hose. Hose. COTTON, LINED & RUBBER We do not claim to have more Hose than all the dealers combined, but we do keep a general assort ment of goods that we can warrant to do as repre sented, at very low figures. Give us a call before purcnaalog and we will convince you. J. F. GILBERT & CO., 479 Stale Streef. Je2K REMOVAL. F. A. & D. R. ALLINC, Coal Dealers. Have removed their oface temporarily to fllLLlOIlll It'S CIGAR STORK 7S0 Chapel Street, Opposite their Old Stand. m8t Window Screens BED CANOPIES PLATT & THOMPSON, 64 and 66 Orange and 5 Canter Sts J24 9 GOLD MED A!, FAfilB, 187B. BAKERS MiM Cocoa. Warranted absolutely pure Cecoa, froia which the excess ol Oil has been reiaoved. IthasAr times the strength ot Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is therefore far more economi cal. It is delicious, nourishing, strengthening, easily digested, and admirably adapted for invalids as well as for persons in health. Sold by flraeera CTarywhera. W. BAIER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. TRUNKS ! TRUNKS ! TRUNKS ! Bags ! Bags ! Bags ! A complete stock of Tourists' Artleles. The only exclusive trunk utore in tae city. Trnnks.Bags and Sample Case made to order. Re pairing a specialty. Old trunks taken to exchange. Good Goods m,t Isow Prices at . Crofut &-Co.'sy 210 CHAPEL STREET. B1LOW TBS BBTDOS. BOUND TO BLOW, IF I DON'T SELL A FISH. E S. STEVENS WiU Oro ah-p a. th. 0VH 'SBr.nd.th. cHyfor ,1 per to Oood 1. lbs Extra Of Prices. . and see me nT whAiiev Avenne. T ,a. tTT' lioseFoiSOtfiT w w w w aending In their ol?, thss-ourth. D. S. COOPER. p ft- in preparation for coming be sold without reserve. is good. iiiie urcanos, jrongeo owu Patterns, Summer Goods, &c, will be carried over if HARD- T68 CHAPEL STREET. - Ktfl -sear"' ''' vte? .!""" ' off bmmtr Resorts. BRMFORD POINT HOTEL, BRADFORD, CONN. SEASON 1884. Stage Mid Currlages connect with all trains at Bran, ford Depot. Elegant Dining Room and Sum mer Pavilion. Dinners and Suppers Served to Order to turtles. Telephone connects the house Parties deirng information in regard to rooms, rates, &o., address GEORGE H. BROWNE, Jy7 lm Proprietor. HOTEL SEA VIEW. PAVINB0CK. - - WEST HAVES. CONN., The addition of electric balls to this I honse and other extensive improvements make it second to none on the coast. The 1 table and service will be uuei.ee! led tibore 'dinners, fieh and caaue sappors served to or- I der. Telephone connection . etble under onr own supervision, apd in ch-s of a man unexcelled in nit aepar-men. Dunnniwi w., jyldawlm Proprietors. SOUTH END HOUSE. Row Open for the Season. XT has been refitted and transient and per manent traesta can be accommodated. The grounds ate spscions and giod facilities for ashing, innuers a specialty, etage leaves ' South End at 7.20 a- m., 1, 4 and 7 p. m. Sun days. 9 a. m. ana p. m weaves new iiavcn, y.au a. m i 2.30, 6.15 and 8 pm. Saturdays at 9 p.m. Danc ing Tuesday and Friday evenlrgs at 8 o'clock. JOHN SMITH, Proprietor. Jel2 3m Thimble Island House, ON POT ISLAND. Steamer PHILADELPHIA, twice daily to my dock Five trains each way to Stony Creek daily. Steam launches and sail boats connect with all trains. 1 he onlv island la the group that is 11 for tte public SEA FOOD DInNIlKS A HPECfALTY. Board rea sonable. Benr for circulars and terms. Address Will. II. BARNES, je25 lm Stony Creek. Conn, BERKSHIRE HILLS. At New Marlboro. Berkshire County. Mass., ten mites from Gt. Harrington, Accommodations for 126 guests. Pare Bpring witer. Terms Seven to Ten Dollar a ner week. References 8. U. Mseley, Mew Haven House ; P. 8. Bennett, ot .Bennett & Sloan. IKA W. TUTTLK A SON. jyl 12" Proprietors. BEACH HOUSE, Savin Rock, West Haven, Ct. The popular proprietor Sea View ,1. T18T9-1880. Austin House, New Ha- 1881-18-i, Buses House 188!, Will Open Beach House June 1st, 1881. 18S4. 181. OSPREY BEACH, Coney Island of Connecticut Will Open July 1. The most spacious and best coodacted day n sort on the coast. The SHORE Which made this place famous In past years will be maintained tnrougnout tne season. OXFORD & je30 lm JEKOME. COJKt TIN ENXA Li HOIEL, SARATOGA SPRINGS. X.0BS than five minutes1 walk from the depot, the park and the various mineral springs. Accommoda tion, urst-clsss and terms low. Omoe st Beers' I ho tograph Parlors, 76i Ohapel street, where fcoard and rooms by the dsy, week or month, can be secured In ..advance, circulars ana ail information obtained. Je'21 li Bailroad CJrove Kesuurauu IN THK OROVB. W. H. PUTNAM, PROPKIETOB, Formerly PUTNAM & HALE. fv HE most delightful place on the Shore. Meals V served at all houis.: Boast Oysters, Btewed Clams, etc All Temperance Drinks. Billman's Cel ebrated Ice Cream. J202mo SK.EELES 1ESTAUKAMT. SAVIN ROCK HILL, "4TOW open for the season. Increased Attractions 11 The Finest Skating Bink on the Shore 100 fee long acd 40 feet wide. Flying Horses, Rifle Kaeget excellent Boating If acuities. lissen ssd Suppers Served at Short Notice. je292m CH4RLEI SKEKLES. OCEAN COTTAGE, BAVIN ROCK SH ORE B8. B. HOLWE3, Proprietress. Thn p'easantest lTl place on 8in Rock shore, elesanttv fitted throoghont, now ready for bummer Hoarders and transient gnt-sts. Views from Its zooms and veran das unsurpassed by any upon the coast. Bathing convenient and free from danger. Having had long experience in the business, cannot fail to nlease all who favor xn with their patronage. Terms moder ate. P. u- JUox 284, west uavea, uocn. Jel3 OltOVJE COTTAGE, AT SAVIN ROOK, FOUMEBLS OCKAJJ COTTAGE Banmer Street, West Haven, Conn. H. A. CONVERSE, proprietor of the Aus tin House, New Haven, has fitted tip and tLSaasomjy itiritisnea tae aopve eottasa It is now open for ehests. Beaotlfally sit- as ted. adjointo. the ffrove sad posseBsinff .11 the fseiities for CQmrort and enjoyment. Grove Oottags affords a rare opportunity for sojourners st we .ii ore, ja West Haven, OPENED for transient and permanent Ignesta. Partus supplied with meals at abort Lootice. oea rood fresh, from tne water I vegetables fresh from the garden. Con- oected by telephone. F. H. LDCA8. m34 2m Proprietor. Tie MM Waitiis Booms, ' Savin Bock. fiPACIOCB restaurant rooms. Large Pa vilion; A good shore dinner for 60 oente. Parties will be gnaranietd Just reception on kll occasions. u. nuwjEtn, myH4 Sm Proprietor. JsoriCE. A IT. neraon. having bills sgainst tha Centennial Fl. Celebration Committee Jare requested to be I tnonspt In praasntlng them, properly approved, to the I , II .1 u riv a. I'll JilUlllU II "IM-h- HU.JJJMa.l.MW ".. w 2vwJI - 4 i i "w . -." sir, ' -tt r j ii -ssi si A gad rfak FOR KEKT, FIRST FLOOR of hoQM, corner Sylvan and Em3 Howard tnflBN; bath, gas and all oonves JasLlence.; rent moderate. Address HOBABT B. SaOKETr, Jy3tf 170 Greenwich avenna FOR RENT. TO a good tenant, nrst floor of bones 7S8 Stat street, at a low price. Also two tene Boenta on Orchard atreet. Inquire at 146 Crown street. 6LGSON HALL. lyatf . Lots tor Bale.- SIX valuable Building Lot. on Nash street t-etreen Eagle and Willow streets. Lots each GOxl'id. xermaaasj. one-balf or more oan leuiain. Also a lot on Basle street, loo feet front, and a large triangular piece of land In the rear. For par ticular, call at MEB WIN'S Baal Estate Offloe, j2 log Ohapel Btraa. FOR SALE. A FINE residence tn West Haven oa First avenue, containing 11 rooms, also bam, hen . nary, bath honse and all necessary ontbulld- lne. In good repair ; well storked with fruit trees and grapevines. Lot, 840 feet front with a depth of 360 f est, the rear faolng the harbor. Also a bouse end lot on Water street. lot Be feet front, running back to the channel 330 feet deep ; a good location for a business enterprise desiring a wharf privilege. For price, sc., call on or address WALTER A. MAIW. 23 West Haven, Conn. K FOR SALE, SEVERAL lota at Sachem's Head. Onllfnrd. One of the nicest places on the 8ound to spend uii Duuionr, jc or map apply to T. G. Sloan & Son, Room 3, Remedies C mining;. Or CAPT. O. K. BBOOK8, Guilford. Conn. 15 FOR RENT, ONE front room, 7338, on fourth floor of Quinnlpiao Building. No. 698 Chapel street. Very desirable for a light manuf acturlng bus iness, premises being supplied with steady power, steam heat and elevator for freight. Lighted on three sides. May be leased for a term of years. HENBT F. ENGLISH. m28tf 93 Orange Btreet. FOKHALE OR RENT. THE House No. 383 Orchard street to a small Phii family. Bent $r8 per month. sotf 334 Chapel street. FOR RENT. FIVE rooms No. 653 State street, water clos et, gas and water; and Ave rooms corner South and Park streets. Inquire at No. 793 Chapel street, Boom 3. JACOB HFTJ.KB. my'j BUILDING LOTS FOK SALE. MONEY furnished to assist men in building s'i houses. R. E. BALDWIN'S Real Kstate Agency, 818 Chapel Street J27daw FOB SALE, A NUMBER of good lots in different parts of the o-ty ; price low. A fine bouse with sll the improvement., lo cated in the center of the city ; can be seen at any time. FOB KMT. A number of sood Houses snd Tenements. Money to loan in amoDjjts to accommodate. OaFl at No. 70 Church Street, Boom 'J. Office Open K veilings from T to 8. Ii. F. COMSTOCK. Jt23 Thomas O'Brien & Co., Ileal Estate and Loan Agents. BOO CHAPEL STREET, J 50,000 to loan at 6 and 6 per cent, in sums to suit. For sale, double house and lot, 60x1(0 on Chapel street, for $7,500. Hmsll house and large lot on Ver non street for sa.euu. Large two-rsmiiy nouse on or chard street, opposite Charles Btreet, for $2,260 a bargain. A smsll house and large lot on Congress avenue; will be sol', for much leas thsn its worth, as the owner Is leaving the city. Two houses on Wal lace street, near Grand, for sale very cheap. Office open every evening. y OU SALE. No. 250 James Street, just north of Grand Street, on a lot 36x100, a nearly new seven room house that can be occupied by two small fami lies. The entire premises have been well cared for and are in first-class order. Price $2,000. FOR KEJNT, The Grand Street Livery Stabka (old number, 182) formerly occupied by Allen Seaman. The premises are modern and deslrsble in sll respect, and lu per- I feet order. Ihere are accommodations for tnirty- six horses and ample storage for the carriage outlit. A low price for tne rental will De nude to a responsi- ble tenant. FOB BENT. Thirteen houses and thirty one tenements In vari ous parts ol the city. open itvenings. iiunaur. r. hiwulli, jlO Hoadley Building. FOB BENT. A first-class houte cn York Street, uesr Chanel. Has 12 rooms. All modern con. veniences, and is in fine oonditlon throughout. xoqqire at 17 York St. mo IN VIE W of the opening of the new railroad U West Haven there will be some call for BUILDING LOTS. I have a tract of land, finely situated, close by West Hsven Green on Church Street, 400 feet front and 200 feet deeD. which I will sell at $5 per front root, or will take less for the whole lot. There is nothing else so favorably located that oan be bought nearly as low. a '21 tf unuiu A. a&i. Realty Exchange. Houses, Lots, Rents, Loans. For rent, houses, tenement, and .tore, in good lo call tie.. For a.Ie or exensnee iroperty for Dusiness pur poses within four minutes walk of postofBce. Fiity choice lots on Kelsey and Ridge Avenues, West Haven. Call at once. F. HI. OKNISOIV. Room 4, Glebe Building, corner Church and Chapel BireeiiS. m!9 OFFICE OPES EVENINGS. OMAN'S REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENCY. Monev to loan at 5 per cent. froDerty in all parts ox tne city rnr aaie. easnore reildeacea and lota at Savin Reck shore and West Ha- The beautiful Savin Bock. lncincUng several acres of natural grove. This is the finest location for a hotel or residence in the State and will be sold at a bargain. uinolajn. my 2 uiiurcii as FOK8ALE. Two family house on Sylvan Avenue, $800 cash required. Two family house on Jackson street, $350 cash required. ma tf GEO. A. BOOT, 808 Chapel St. M- HOLMES, has. fn. Mnt the 'It. floor of house No. 83 llllim IT, IP Il Houston St., $10 per month. Half of house n a l ... Ht. luu ui ans Ave.. suur. $10 Ler month. Half of House 177 Meadow (it., mnnth. m floor No. 12 Newball St.. $8 ner month. and two rents an Ivy 8U for $8 per month each. Alas, for sale houses 78 woolsey nt.iw uunton Ave., 29 Auburn St. and Atwater St., on easy terms. wanted rnlrty more nouses to rent. ms4 OK KICK 6U i;ill'KUII SIltKKT. FOB BENT. Several nice HOUSES, TKN1SI1ISNTS. A lot of first-class Tenements, $10 to $30 per month. INSU K A N U t . Fire lnsnranoe policies given in the best companies and none others. 'Ihose who are changing tneir residence mis sprmg would do well to call, we win insure your rurni ture or Dwelling at the LOEdT POSSIBLE BATE. Property placed tn our nana, wiu lie properly late en care of. Repairs made at lowest figures By competent wore- men. Bents collected. H. C. IiONG'S Agency, 63 Church Street. OPEN EVENINGS. Opposite Postoffloe- a25tf FOB HAL, 15. 4.000 will bnv a brick house In the center of the city; 11 rooms, well calculated fori boarders, $2 000 can remain on mortgage at I t per cent. Interest Gall st a26tf 63 Church Btreet. R. M. HOOKER. 19 Exchange Building, HAS FOB RENT First floor on Cedar street. Hecond floor on Saltonstall avenue. First floor on Sylvan avenne. First floor on Poplar street. First floor on GoJXe street. First floor on Stanley street. Second floor on Whalley avenue. Farm in Fair Haven. Also large noose on High street. 14 rooms, finely i furnished, all improvements, for rent for season, at price 01 nniaFn 1400, W. C. W A BEEN. Manaser of rentina and oolloetloa ueparimeDi. tnn BOARD AND BOOMS A "E w eentlemen can be aocemmodated With first-class board and pleasant rooms with modern lmprovementa. Locality second to none in tne city, .terms moderate. Apply at lea lm' ss WUOSTEK PLACE. 8. 8. ADAMS, 45 Grand Street, Will sell PiUsbary's best Floor for X7 00 ner barreL OHIIVWBa M may ymn m ma eicy. 1 ne very oest matter veo pone a i pound, f 1 00. This is no Oleomargarine. Goshen Creamery la 1 pound loinn rente. XIT. gaiiuuri ! ' v ii iu Dun, Nlos Lemons 96c a dosen. 15 lbs GrannUted 'Sugar l. 16 lbs Best Extra O Sugar tl. Old Oovarnmeut Java Coffee 28o pound. Bt TEA in the city for 60 oenta. 8. S. A D A. M 8 145 GRAM) STREET. Old Number 181. lys COVE HOUSE, MORRIS COVE, SOUTH HAVEN, IS now open for the season for the reception of guests. The house is located on the finest spot on ha Kast shore. - For terms, etc., addrza. rJavirx.iJMXiJa., A. liii ItOcal Weather Record. FOB JULT 7, 1BC4. T.1B 11:18 :1S T:li A. M. S . IsT. a. Ill P. V- Bsramstsr 29 9 1 29.89 S9!eS 29.88 Thermemetsr..... 65 . 74 7 4 68 Humidity 70 61 60 70 11:U t. M. 299. 8S 73 Wind. In direction and veloelty In miles per hour..N 6 N.w g B e N 9 N. w g Weather Fair Fair Fair Fair Cl'dy. Hesn bar. Ity. 67.7. , 29.884; mean temp., 67.5; mean hamid- Max. temp., 77; min. temp., 60; Balnfall Inches. Max. velocity of wind. 10 miles. res JTTI.T 7, 18S8 BCea bar.. 29.79; mean temp., 8t.S; mean tiamld Uy, 65. Max. temp., 91.; mln. temp., 71. J. H. SHEBMAS, Bergt S. C. V. B. A. A minus sign f prefixed to ther 1 meter read ings Indicates temperature below aero. t A dash t prefixed to rainfall ngujo Indteates precipitation too small to measure. MINIATURE ALMANAC. Sow BlSBS, Sua Bets, 4:31 I 7:31 1 Moon 8ms, 3:59 High Watkb. 10.19 BIRTHS. BOLDUC In thfs city, July 7, a sra to Wilbur H. ard Minnie f Homue. HU8TED In this city, July 7, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. 8. O. Hosted. DEATHS. JONES In tnla city, Jnly 7, at No. 3 Bradley Place, Miss Harriet M. Jones, aged 67 years. Funeral this (Tuesday) afternoon jrom her late resi dence at S o'clock. THOMAS Tn Detroit, Mich , July 4, Lucius A-, son of the late Dr. 1 A. '1 nomas. 01 tnls city, aged 41 years. WALLACE In th's city, July 6. Robert Lee, only cnlld or tteorge &l. ana Anna ie wauace, aged a months snd 25 d.vs. Praye s at 1179 Ohapel atreet on Tuesdty. July 8th, at 9. 3(1 a. m. Interment at Walllngford. K.KNNEY In this city, July 7, Jessie E. Kenney, only daughter of John W. and Catharine Eennev. Funeral services at the residence of her parents, 19 rara street, xnesaay, Juiy o, at a p. m. rjunal at convenience of family. BUTLEK In this city, July 5. Els'e O. Butler, aged 1 year, daughter of Henry C and Kata O ftatler. Funeral services at the houte, 346 Howard avenue. wis (ruesaay) auernoon at a o clock. ISUMel at the convenience of the family. SEARLES -In this city, July 7, Mary, wifeof Sta- phen T. Hearles. Kotice of f aneral hereafter. Notice. y WILL the person who exchanged by mistake, on the evening of June 19. at 37 Mm Street, a white crpe ehawl pleas return the one taken to 87 fcim treet7 Jya at Potatoes! Potatoes! FOR BALE. Rose & Bur bulk's Store Honse, Long Wharf, third door north of railrcad cross- lag, Armstroog's Old Building. Jyd It AT Cf TRUMBULL fKEET A lot of Brns- VF eels Carpeting at 50c per yd. worth 75c, 1$12 Exteosion Dlul g Table for fti.00. l SJU cook Htove Tor SlU. IgBedstead, Spring Bed, Mattreaa, etc.,S:. 8 Window Hhedea at 2Sc each. LOST. ON the evening of July 3d, In the office at R. T. Merwin or near thare. One Hundred Dollars. Suitable reward will be paid by returning it to R. X. Merwin. or to WM. FRANKLIN, jyb v center atreet. Auction Sales. B. BOOT", Auctioneer, will sell on Wednesday, July 9th, commencing at 10 a. m., at the house No. 1,298 Chapel street, near Gill street, all the Car pets and Fomitu e, viz , Brusse's and Ingrain Oar peis in good condition, Blaok Walnut Parlor Suit and other Parlor Farniiu re, 'd Walnut Bookcases, Pier Glass, Extra Fine Walnut Extension JTabte, (modern style). Walnut Dining Chairs, 4 Walnut Chamber Serts, Side Butfet and many other household goods. Sale to conclude without adjournment. Terms cash. Jy8 2t i.uiA x a BLAINE WANTKD. The Best Pictures pnb-j lished. Size 22x28. Heavy paper, beau tit u I tints 4end s!S cents for satnpl j copy, or 50 cents for tb two pictures, and terms! SHERMAN LOG Ah SHERIDAN to aRsnts. Warren J. Robinson, 91 Oliver tit , Boston. )y8ei dim OIL, PAINTINGS 14 x 22 in Fine Gilt Frame, at $1.87. 22 x SO in 4 inch am Frame, $2.87. 22 x aG Kleganlly framed $5.UJ. AT NORTHROP'S Just below the bridge. Jy8 FKEE Business TO IF you wish to try our new plan of Co operative Stenogra phy, Feud us a postal card or telephone, and we will sise yon a trial free. Endorsed by our leading busi ness men. . Send or circular. Call and look at the Caligraph. The per fect writiDg machine. Trial Free. COGSWELL & GAFFEY, 8TEOGaPHF.BS, Pit J Impel Street, New Haven, Conn. Jy8 6m Married No Card, ETC., Is a simple device to keep the people at a distance on some c eras iocs. Now we have had no weddirg at our storj, snd we want everybody to come and see the finest CREAM BUPTK that was ever brongbt to this city from Litchfield. Our price for this Butler is 25c par pouna. 1 nave ano uhjiuc YORK STATE BOTlEtt AT 20c PER POUND, acd sme good Cooking Bntt r at 18c a p-und. Best Fam ily Flour 6 60 per barr:-i ana cy me Dag toe. Pne Old Government Java CoiTee 25c per pound. and Choice Teas at 20, 30, 40 and 60c per pound. LEHIGH COAL. Nov is the time to lav in the winter supply from a choice cargo I now have c n hand. My price is al ways 26c ier ton cheaper than any other dealer. GEO. W. 13. &3UC1IRS, Independent ( oil Dealer, 3 Church St. Jy? ; Ready Mixed Paints. VARNISH ALL GRADE. Bronzes All Shades Islack Walnut Stain. Mahogany Stain. Cherry Stain. Maple Stain. Oak Statu. islasury's Railroad Colors. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396 AND 398 STATE STREET, Courier Building. Telephone Caiinection DOES WONDERFUL CURES OF KIDNEY DISEASES (j AND O LIVER COMPLAINTS, o Beesase it acts on the LIVER, BOWELS and KIDNEYS at the same time. Because it cleanses the Bystem of the poison. Ous bnmors that develops in Kidney and Uri nary Dfeeaees, Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipa tion, Piles, or in lincumatism, Keuraleia, JNer vous disorders and all Female Complaints. UT SOLID PROOF OF IBIS. TV WLLXi BUTLEIST CCJBJ, CONSTIPATION, PILE8. and RHEUMATISM, By- FEEE ACTION of all the ozsana and Amotions, thereby CLEANSING the BLOOD restoring th normal power to tshrow off disease. THOUSANDS OF CASES of th worst forms of these terrible diseases bvq been qfoielcly relieved, and in a abort time PERFECTLY CURED FRIO, 91. Liqrm oa dry, sold by dbfggtsts, Dry can be sent by znaU. WAlLIeS, RICHARDSON 3E Co., Burlinerton, Vt. 3 &u4 iiunp for Diry Alintvnac for l&bi. BOLTON & NEELY, SUCCESSORS TO E. MALLEY & CO. COHSET DEPARTMENT, OUR FLEXIBLE BUSTLE The Lightest and most Durable Bustle in use. Gives the garment sn elesrnt and moat graceful ap- nearance and will not lose its snape. Especially adapted for Jer sey wear. 1 MUSLIN - - - SOc I V TAMPICO - - - 65c hnoCCT nPPARTMFNT I .13 Nervous Debility 8SliT5X&-3Z2!t flews by Telegraph FBQg ALL QUARTERS . LOOKING LIKE CLEVELAND. His Chances Even Against Field. the NEW YORK SOLID FOR HIM. The Vote Must Go as a Unit. BUTLER MAKES A PROMISE That He Will Support the Nominee. POL.IT I OAtu Th. Crowd, svt Chlcaso New Arrival Pouring 1 n by Wrtolea.le The Cost. vsMtioa Halt rtearly For Business Cleveland Osttstlatc StrenKth Kvery Hoar Ills Chances eesd A gainst the field The Cbsvnces at ttt Various Candidates. Chioaoo, Jnly 7. tlelegates, dabs, par-. ties and individuals poured into Chioago thia morning like rain ont of a water spoot. Every incoming train was loaded with men who had weighty business here, and men whose only object was pleasure. The hotel counters were inaccessible to everybody ex cept stalwart pushers who made their way to the register and held it courageously gainst all comers. Among the delegations arriving at the Palmer House to-day were a number of Maryland men and the rest of the delegates from Minnesota, West Virginia, Virginia, Louisiana, Tennessee, Iowa and Mississippi. The convention building is now completed and in readiness for the open ing to morrow. The north and south ends, whioh are reserved for invited guests, are cut off from all communication with the square space in the center devoted to delegates alternates. Solid partitions five feet high effect this result and are too high to climb over and contain no opening. There is only one entrance for the delegates. This door is nearly In the center of the build ing and through it the delegates and altern ates reach their seats and cannot possibly get anywhere else than in the space allotted to them. The members of the press enter at the same point. The press tables are on an incline plane running from a level with the speaker's stage downward. ,The dele gates' seats are plash-covered opera ohairs, while those of the - alternates, which are separated from the delegates by three-foot fence, are plain. The decora tions are completed. They are quite hand some. Above the stage a mammoth flag is draped in large folds with smaller flags for borders. Pictures of Washington, Jefferson, Andrew Jackson and Horatio Seymour are placed upon them. The full length of the galleries are deoorated with h trips of red, white and blue, with the shields of the vari ous States taking np the loops and very large national flags unfurled at Intervals of 20 feet from each rafter the entire circumference of the building. Abont two-thirds of the dele gations and visiting clubs made a street pa rade tbia afternoon on the invitation of the Oook County Democratic club. Over six thousand men were in line and fifteen bands famished music. The visitors made a fine appearance and received an entnusiastio greeting along the route. Mr. .Randall will arrive here to-morrow morning, ins irenn- lylvania delegation is solid for him. The general situation to-night is practical ly unchanged except that Cleveland probably has added considerably to his strength dur ing the day. It is now certainly Cleveland against the field; with the chances more in favor of tne former than ever Before, rne Indiana delegations are urgii-g McDonald for first place and claim that in the event of a break they will be sure to succeed. On the other band the Hand v 11 and Bayard men are confident that if a break should come their respective candidates will ba looked to in preference to a western man. The specnlation respecting the Bayard McDonald ticBet heretofore referred to continues ana this is conceded on all hands to be the most favora ble combination that could be made, except that perhaps of itandall and McDonald. Either Randall or Bayard appears to be well thought of by all the delegates and it is safe to say the delegation or Mew xorK, it it is found that Cleveland cannot rally strength noneh to secure the nomination, will support cheerfully either one of these gentlemen who can muster strength to warrant it. Dark horses are not spoken of to-night. The Hew York Delegation A Caucus To Determine Its Vote Cleveland Gets a malorlcy or in. Delegates The Delegation to Vote Aa a Unit. Chicago, July 7. The cancus of the New York delegation has. of course, been the event of the day. As a prelude the anti Cleveland men met in John Kelly's room. There were twenty-five of them and they issued a protest against Grover Cleveland's candidacy. In it they brought out with very strong emphasis the statement that be could not oarry New York, that he would lose the State to the Republicans by a clear majority of one hundred thousand votes and that any man the convention might name, whether he should be Flower, Bayard, Randall or some western man, would be more aeoeptable to the rank and file of the New York Democrt- cy than Cleveland. Under the head "Make no mistake" some weighty arguments set forth in an anti-Blaine publication received the meeting's endorsement. Then Kelly sub mitted a resolution whioh will' cause a revo lution in the convention. It states that: Whereas, In a contest such as the New York State Democracy is no engaged in the unit rule in the convention makes it impossible for delegates in the minority to represent the wishes ot their constituents, the unit rule is an unjust measure, sinoe it denies the exercise of indi vidual and personal preference, and therefore they are resolved to oppose the unit rnle in the meeting of .the New York delegation.and that if it is ineffective to prevent the chaiee of a man for the Democratic candidacy for President who cannot oarry his own State the fight will be then taken into the national convention. In a speech John Kelly said that this measure was the only way to defeat Cleveland. 'With the Kings county delega tion for him he would have forty-five dele gates. They were a majority and sufficient without a two-thirds rnle to vote for the del egation, the vote being oast as a nnit. Mr. Kelly said that the national convention or 1868 ordained that the nnit rule oonld be dispensed with at any time at the option of any subsequent national convention. The resolution was promptly carried to oppose the unit rule and endeavor to defeat it in the delegation. A resolution was alao adopted that if the Cleveland men were too many in the State meeting and voted down resolution for a two thirds vote on the unit question to do onerea Dy Kelly, the Flower and Tammany delegates should withdraw and hold meeting to de cide what next to 40. The meetjqg then ad? journed end agents immediately went around IO see wnetner sue must sum wuuia wura. to overthrow the unit rule in the convention. To their surprise they found that several of the States were rip for & Massachusetts, Iowa, Kansas, Delaware and dozen others manifested their willingness to go into the scheme and all to-day the matter has been discussed by the different delegations. This scheme was the last resort to beat Cleveland. It had been thought over carefully and at a meeting of the anti-Cleveland leaders this proposition was made: "Cleveland has now forty-five delegates. They are a majority and can go into session and without us " vote to have the vote of the entire delegation cast for Cleveland. We as the minority will have no voice. We must resolve on some plan to go into the convention and show that the State is not unanimous for Cleveland. The only way open is to break the itnit rule. The effect of this in the convention is manifest." Equipped with this plan the Tammany and Flower delegates went into the meeting of the State delegation. A crowd six deep lined the corridors leading to the large parlor where the New Yorkers met. Two policemen guarded the door and admitted delegates only. The caucus was long and exoitlng. After organization an informal vote was taken as to the ohoice of candidates as fol lows: For Cleveland 47, Flower 22, scatter ing 3. The first formal vote was exactly like this. On the second ballot there was an abandonment of Flow er, nobody but Jacobs of Kings county voting for him. For Bayard, Bel mont, Grady, Bowers, Kelly, O'Donahne, McQuade, Mnller and Townsend voted. For Slocum, Faulkner. Dowling, Stolhnecker, Sanford, Murphy, Hamilton, Stevens, Moore, Danforth, Sears, Browster, Galop, Pnroell, Grayling and Leary voted. It stood 47 for Cleveland, 25 against. After this vote a few opponents of Cleveland . began to leave the room. Tammany fought against th rnle, but Jacobs, an anti-Cleveland delegate, spoke in favor of it, saying that the Tammany men who were now oppos ing it were its staunchest ' friends in the Saratoga convention. It was not honest he claimed for Kelly to nrge the nnit rule at Saratoga when he thought Kings county was with him, but to oppose it at Chioago, when he found Kings county against him. The second ballot stood 47 for Cleve land, 15 for Slooum, 9 for Bayard and 1 for Tilden. The delegation adjourned at 3 o'clock to meet again at 5 o'clock and decide the unit measure. The attempt to overthrow the nnit rule in the convention will be seconded by Butler, McDonald andiother candidates. Kansas voted against the unit rule at its meeting, but oast 13 for Cleveland and 4 for Bayard. Iowa met and decided to vote for Cleveland, twenty-one being given for tbe New York Gov ernor and one blank. New Hampshire in structed its delegates for Cleveland also. The drift was towards Cleveland after the New York State meeting, but Kelly's threat to defeat the nnit rnle is regarded as likely to injure him seriously. Roe well P. Flower's chances are not injured, so it is olaimed, by the turning of his votes to Slooum. If the nnit rnle is abolished he will be brought for ward again. Every indication points to a long And bitter convention. The Thunnan members of the Ohio delegation met this af ternoon and finally decided to put Allan O. Thurman in the field. This complicates the situation still more. John R. MoLean is to be given the chairmanship of the delega tion. Immediately after the adjournment of the caucus Mr. Kelly and his followers held a secret conference at whioh a general inter change of views occurred respecting the situ ation. Following this at 4 p. m. the oauous reassembled and the discussion on the unit rule was renewed with great vigor. After a long debate a resolution was adopted, 61 to 11, that tbe seventy-two votes of Mew York shall be cast in the convention for Cleveland. An amendment to the resolution was offered by Mr. Powers and adppted that when the vote is given as a unit, a statement shall accompany it to the effect that the delegation is not nnani mous in its preferences and that the vote on supporting Cleveland stood as follows: Cleveland 49, Slooum 13, Bayard 9, Flower 1. It was only on condition of this state ment being made that Mr. Kelly gave his consent to the seventy-two votes being oast together. John H. Mooney, one of Kelly's most intimate confidants, said to-night that Mr. Kelly pronounces the anti-Cleveland strength by no means broken and he hopes to go into the convention and defeat the Governor. The New York delegation, Mr. Kelly still believes, will go for Bayard. The Tammany leader hoped much from a conference to be held to-night of the supporters of Bayard, Butler and other prominent candidates with a view to uniting the opposition to Cleve land. Mr. Mooney believed that the North Carolina delegation which came instructed for Cleveland had determined to come out solid against him. It is said to-night by persons who should be well informed that Mr. Kelly has prepared a protest against Cleveland's nomination and will read it to the convention at the proper time. Governor Hubbard Selected Cor Tem porary Cbaitmsa-Ex-Ssastsr Xhnr 11 nn Kor Permanent Chairman. . Chicago, July 7. The National Democrat io Executive committee met to-day and se lected Governor Hubbard of Texas as tem porary ohairman of the convention. It was thought Colonel Vilas, of Wisconsin, would be the choice of the committee for the office. but there was no contest over the matter and Governor Hubbard was the-unanimous se lection. He is a man of fine physique, pow erful voice and is said to be a skillful par liamentarian, in addition to whioh he has the power of keeping a large assemblage in order. Governor Hubbard will probably be replaced when the time comes for the election of a permanent chairman by Allan G. Thur man, of Ohio. It is generally con ceded that the convention will need master hand to control the Dem ocratic exuberance. There will be little figuring for candidates for the position. There are no great contests to be settled. There will bo no moment when one candi date or another can gain a decisive point by holding the sympathy of tbe presiding om cer. Consequently the only consideration in the selection will be to get the best man. There is a very loud call for the selection of Allan G. Thurman. He can command the re spect and consideration of the delegates. But Thurman is on tne card to present tne name of Senator Bayard. It is not unlikely if Thurman finds it inexpedient to set that Vilas of Wisoonsin will be made the 1 presid ing officer. Ex-Mayor Prince, of Boston, will be temporary secretary and Richard J. Bright, of Indiana, sergeant, at arms. It was decided to adopt the rnles of the last Demo cratic convention with the following modifi cation: That in voting for candidates for President and Vice-President no State shall be allowed to change its vote until the roll of States has been called and every State has cest its vote. nntler To Sappert th. Sfomlnee. Chioago, July 7 "I will support the nom inee of this convention, no matter who it may be," said General Butler this morning in a speech to tbe Massachusetts delegation. "If the Democrats should see fit to nominate Blaine I am Democrat enough to support him." Governor Bntler was replying to some of the statements made to the effect that if he did not get the nomination himself he would probably head a separate ticket and by so doing draw . away enough votes to defeat the Democratic nominee. The meeting of the delegation lasted more than an hour. General But ler was there through it all the while. Dr. Hall of Lowell, William Carl, Patrick Maeuire and others burned incense before him and bathed him with only words . When he left the room the crowd in the corridors clapped their hands enthusiastically and the general smiled be nignly on them. The delegation organized by electing the following officers and mem bers of oommittee : Chairman, Hon. J. G. Abbott ; secretary, J. W. Caveny : organiza tion, John W. Cummings; credentials, John W. Corooran; resolutions, General B. . Butler; vice president for the State, James E. Katabroot. TUB OLI WORLD. franco. Yesterday. Harvest of the Cholsra, Pabis, July 7. The offioial reports state that seventeen deaths from choleta have oc curred at Toulon during the past twenty-four hours and at Marseilles thirteen. Despite the official report showing thirteen deaths from cholera at Marseilles to day i transpires that the actual number is twenty- seven. It is believed that the Toulon report does not indicate more than half the number of deaths that have occurred in that city dur ing tne past twenty-four Hours. SEW YORK. Rev. Mr. F niton Married, Brooklyn, Juy 7. B.ev. Justin D. Fulton was married to-night in his church to 1 Laura ft- Whipple. Tha ceremony was per formed by Rev. William MoArthur of th Calvary Baptist church. The coo pie went on a wedding trip to Bingbamton, N. X. The bride is said to be worth $00,000. PENNSYLVANIA. Poison 1st Canned Boat. PrrrsBUBO, Jnly 7. A Times special from Erie, Fa , to-night says: - Mrs. Curry pre pared a dinner of canned beef to-day, of 1 which she, her husband and .three' children ' partook. Shortly after the entire fgmily j were seized with frightful spasms. 1 cians pronounce them poisoned by . and believe that the children will die. ' The inter-ooljegtate boat race, rawed Saratoga yesterday morning,, was won by tbe . University of Pennsylvania by , two feet. Cprnell eecond, Princeton third. - The other contesting crews were the Columbia and , Bowdoin. The winners' time was 839 8-4. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. A Vary Pear Showing The Work of Con gress Daring It. First Session A Iarg. owing Bat a Very Small Crop of Legis lation. Washtnotos, July 7. The session of Con gress whioh closed to-day lasted seven months. During that period 9,877 buls and 381 joint resolutions weie introduced in the two houses, 7,509 bills and 284 joint resolu tions in tha House and 2,868 bills and 97 joint resolutions in the Senate. Of this im mense grist put in the legislative hoppers only 367 bills have become laws. Of these 268 originated in the House and 99 in the Senate. Outside of the fourteen annual ap propriation bills, 353 lass have been enact, ed during th session. Of these the number which are of national interest or importance oaa be counted on one's finger ends. The bill reducing th rate of postage on news papers or second class matter to individuals to on cent for four ounces, the bills estab lishing a bureau of labor Btatistios and a bureau of animal industry, the Dingley shipping bill and the enact-i Bient embraced in the consular bill looking to securing mere intimate commercial relations with the South Ameri can States are about the only measures affect ing or likely to affect general interests. The remainder relate to matters affecting locali ties and individuals such as local improve ments and individual relief or pensions. The aggregate amount of the regular appropriation bills passed at the session, taking tbe figures j furnished by Mr. Randall, chairman of the Appropriations committee, is $177,973,918. ; Last year the aggregate amount was $228, 274,369. Of $86,575,000 appropriated last year for pensions there is an estimated unex pended balance of $66,000,000 whioh is reap propriated and made available for this year. Thia yearthare is appropriated for current ex penses of the navy $6,709,717 for six months and $2,150,100 to complete naval vessels and six or eight millions will be required to defray expenses till the end of the cur rent year. The miscellaneous deficiency ap propriations amount in round numbers to about $9,000,000 against about $20,000,000 last year. $4,000,000 of this deficiency this year is to pay the rebate on tobaooo claims. The bill to provide for the counting of the electoral vote for President and Vice Presi dent goes over nntil December. Mr. Eaton thinks the committee oan take hold of the bill and push it through next winter, when neither party can look forward to a fixed po litical situation and when party bias cannot influence tbe action of Congress oa tbe bill. He feels hopeful of a settlement of the dan gerous question before tbe close of the Forty- eighth Congress. Forty-Eighth Congress First Session. Washington, July 7. Senate Five Senators were present at 10 o'clock this morning. The chair annonnced his signature to a number of bills. When the oonferenee report on the naval appropri ation bill was received, Mr. Hale moved to recede from the Senate amendments. Mr. Miller, of California, delivered a long written speech as to tbe urgent demand for a navy which was replied to by Mr. Morgan. After other speeches the motion to recede was agreed to and the conference report was adopted. Tbe resolution was adopted agreeing to ad journ sine die at 2 o'clock. On motion of Mr. Bayard tbe thanks of the Senate were accorded tbe Hon. George F. Edmunds for the ability, courtesy and im partiality with which he had presided over their deliberations this session. Mr. Allison, chairman of tbe Appropria tions committee, made a brief statement in regard to the appropriation bills, showing that there was a total increase of $22,00,000 Over those of last jear. This increase arose largely from the fact that last year there was no river and harbor bill, while this year over $14,000,000 was appro priated for internal improvements. Miscel laneous appropriations bad also been largely increased. In answer to Brown, Mr. Allison stated that the aggregate appropria tions were $193,201,087. Tbe Secretary of the Treasury had estimated the surplus this year at $45,000,000. The appropriations this year wonld probably reduce tbe surplus from $20,000, 000 to $25,000,000. At lB-.ta tne t).u went into executere session. During tne executive session tbe time for adjournment was extended to 3 clock. Nothing was done until 2, 45. when the signature of the President was announced to several enrolled bills. Mr. Allison then said that the business of th session was closed and moved the formal adjournment. This was agreed to and Mr. Edmunds made bis closing addrsss, which well worded and tonobmgly delivered. He referred to the pleasant relations which bad existed in both sides of tbe chamber. The session had seemed like a century ot tbe history of a people who bad excited the nd miratien and wonder of mankind. ' 'Let oa hope," he exclaimed, "that our labors may justify the placing of another white stone on the pathway 01 tne repuoiic.- ne returned thanks for the complimentary resolution passed early in the day, and csncluded by extending his heartfelt personal friendship to his colleagues and the employes of the Senate. This ended tbe business of the Senate for this sesbion. House. The House, in the absence of Speaker Carlisle, who left for Chicago ac 3 o'clock this morning, was called to order- by the clerk. Mr. Randall offered a resolution that the Hon. J. S. C. Blackburn, of Ken tucky, be elected speaker during the tempo rary absence of Speaker Carlisle. It was unanimously adopted. Mr. B ackburn on taking tne chair tnanKea the House for the compliment and said he would endeavor to observe it. Tbe clerk was direoted to inform the Sen ate and President of this action and recess was then taken until 11:30 a. m On reassembling at 11:30 the House, while waiting for the action of the Senate on tbe naval appropriation bill, took np and passed a number ot pension bills that had been passed by the Senate and reported by tbe House Committee on Pensions. An error having occurred in the enroll ment of the consular and diplomatic appro priation bill, a joint resolution was adopted requesting the President to retnrn tbe same At 12 o clock the session of Saturday ter minated, and the Honse at once went into Monday's session. The secretary of the Sen ate communicated the resolution for final ad journment at 2 p. m., and it was at once adopted. Tbe consular and diplomatic appropriation bill having been returned by the President tbe clerk was Instructed to insert in the Dill the paragraph providing for the South Amer ican commercial commission, which had been accidentally omitted in the enrollment. Proceedings under the call continued until 3 o'clock, the hour fixed for final adjourn ment, when the Speaker, Blackburn, declared the House adjourned without day. NEW ENGLAND. Massachusetts. A Change In Press Serviee. Fall Eivee, Jnly 7. Both daily papers of this city, tbe News (Republican) and tbe Herald (Democratic), bave stopped the Asso ciated Press report and to-day began taking the report of tbe United Press over tbe lines of the Bankers snd Merchant.' company. Tbe News has taken tbe Associated Press re port for over twenty years and wai the local correspondent of the Associated Press. The change was made after a comparison or tne two reports, it being decided that the United Press furnished the best service. JTmnansc flak's Husband Fossd Dead. Boston, July 7. F. J. Pillot, sixty year, old, tbe husband of Mademoiselle Janansehek the celebrated tragedienne, was found dead in bed at 2 Van Rensselaer Place this after noon. Cause, heart disease. Maine. Teeraer Win. After Hanlan's Styl.. Pobtland, July 7. The five mile single cull race between Teemer and Conley- was rowed at Xiake Selago at 4 p. m. Teemer easily won in 34 minutes 10 seoonds; Con !y's time 34, 12J. Teemer adopted Banian's trick of pulling away from his antagonist and then resting on his oars. Teemer will meet Hosmer in Boston to-morrow, whioh is Teener's twentieth birthday, to arrange a ass. He savs be is ready to meet Haitian naw. About $7,000 changed hands on the contest. Before the rase Teemer sold 100 to go and after tbe start 10 to SO. TELEGRAPHIC JOTTINGS. Base ball yesterday: At Buffalo, Providence 14, Bnffalos 9; at Cleveland, Bostons 11. Olevelands 3; at Chicago, Chioagos 7, New Torks 0: at Detroit, Philadelphias 11, De- troits 6: at Toledo. Metropolitans 11, Tole- dos 2: at Columbus, Athletics 5, Columbus 2; at Boston, Chicago Unions 6, Boston Unions 0; at Baltimore, St. Louis Unions 5, Baltimore Unions 1; at Washington, Nation als Cinoiflnatl Unions 1. liOAIi NEWS. Personal, . Ex-Road Commissioner William J. Atwater will leava for a visit to Chicago and other points Wast to-morrow. Onr types had tha name WDliam Atwater, whioh was an error. Ashbel H. Loveland, of Watertown, died Saturday in his 80th year. He was a highly respected and useful citizen. Lucius Steele, formerly of Watertown, died on May 81st In Lebanon, New York. Mr. James T. Moran, LL. B., Yale Law school '84, will have charge of the Law school library daring tbe abseno of Dr. Robinson, the librarian, on bis summer va cation. Mr. Daniel Jones, son of Mrs. E. Jonas Young, the dentist of this city, is on a trip to Montreal and other places. Mr. Jones is the famous ex-pitcher of tha Yale nine. He contracted a severe cold in January which settled in his lungs, but is now convalescent. Mrs. Young returns to her business on the 16th. Rev. O. L. Ayer, who has filled th pulpit of the Congregational church at Rocky Hill the past ten months, has gone to a charge at Three Rivers, Mass. Rev. Mr. Monroe, late of Holyoke, takes his place at Rocky Hill. Rev. H. D. 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Then I reduoed the dose one-half and took the remainder of the bottle. I was able to be steady at work till Sat urday, when I took a severe cold and was un able to use my left hand. I purchased another bottle and by bed-time I found relief. The medicine is all you claim for it." Investigate Athlophoros all you please I Find all the fault you choose with it 1 and yet the fact remains, that it is doing what no other medicine ever could do for Rheu matism and Neuralgia. If you cannot get Athlophoros 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 nasnt It, do not be persuaded to try something else, but order at once from us as directed. ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK. """"""mill Mm mi"""""""" PRATT'S ASTRAL OIL! Was the first safe and reli able Illuminatlms: Oil for family use ever made. Af ter fifteen years' trial, and annual sales of many mil lions of gallons, no Injury to person or pi-oprrty has ever resulted from its use. In addition to its essential quality of absolute safety it ranks as the best Illuminat ing Oil In the world. Be sure to Insist that deal ers furnish you with the genuine article. PRATT MANUFACTURING CO., NEW YORK CITV. Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers. FOB SALE BY KIMBERLV, STODDARD &C0. WHOLESALE DEALERS, NE W HAVEN, CONN. Tbe Astral is particularly adapted for use in Oil Stoves, on account of ita absolute safety and freedom Bm odor. Je21wssaeowwsp THE DINGEE & COWARD GO'S BKAUTirUX, F. VT.R-J I.OO M 1M Q The only esUbUahment rnaklng a special BUSIN E5B Ol RVOB9, .1."!.."TW,' WeCIVE AWAV.inPreml- rs Hosts inan mos( estao. Pot Plants suitable for Imms. diste bloom deh vered ed safely, postpeid.tp any postbmce your onoloa.aU labeled, for SI : S3! 2f'irS4) 3forSJ 75 Ira postKncs. E OT 2forS2) j8fpr 'J o II (77. Established 1358. BUY THE BEST : U1AIVIPDEN U U PAINT & COLOR GO'S READY MADE PAINTS tllYX SPRINGFIELD, MASS Sample llajda famished upon application FOR SALE. tw Branford. a taro-storr house, barn and f ; fa other outbuildings, all nearly new ; beautiful ;i:3 loeatlon : ab ,nt so rods from th. shore, with one or six sores of land. Will be sold oheap. Terms easy. Jfor particular, inquire of WIS. takjXjO ussnnios, rair naven. Or J. A JGCSTUS BXiAO&STONE, D(0) fisga EB alSldwtf Branford. WANTED. A SITUATION by a Uss girl housework la a private laauly. do gsnaraj. Good refer- ...to . a 18 1' 80 BT. JOHN 8TRKBT. ' WAN TID A SITUATION aa a waitress by respectable girl. JJ8U"" 132 Hualto& Street, citj. WANTED, OOJj smart boy to drive a light delivery wf r MnhaTegooa refarsassa J8at F. 8. ANDRXW A CO. WANTED. A COMPETENT girl to do ajsswral bona. work ,5 f ewnewi 11UML Apply in tnornlng s JV8 . W ASYLUM fcTBKgT. WANTED. A SITUATION as cook ad laondrns, or to do general awMsworlt In a small prlvaU family. , Oity referMoe. Inquire at He. m Ooagrass aTsnua, -first floor. jjs it WANTED. ' LADIES io make oar fanoy work at their homes ; light, assy work, and ladles aaak. good pay ; steady work. Call or send for fall particulars, WAT SON A CO., 70s Chapel street. Masoeio Temple. j7 at' WANTED. TWO good bntf. turners. Only first-class work men need apply at the JyT2t riaw HAVSN CAB TRIMMING 00. WANTED, A CHILD'S nurse; city referanoes; Protestant pre ferred. Aonlv at raoiasiAHi (ST INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION, No. 84 Whitney Avenne. Wat- WANTED. rrVABLE Boarders at JL lea 809 OHAPEL STREET. WANTKiil SECOND HAND Clothing bought and sold, cleaned and repaired. Order, by mall promptly a. tenoea so. NO. 4 GtOiMln BT. JeStf WANTED, r I IO BUT lot of Second-hand Fnrnitnre and Car X peta. Highest cash price paid. Order, by Imal promptly attended to at 1.17 M ORTTftOH STREET. Intelligence Office. EMPLOYMENT offloe for males and females Help of different nationalities oan be supplied to privet, families, boarding booses, hotels and res taurants. The proprietor of thia establishment pay. great attention In th. ohoio. of girls aad women be fore sending them to fill situations. Calls from tha country at any distaao are promptly attended to. Invalid and wet nans, at abort notice. Hale help for families and farm hands always ready. MBS. T. MULLIGAN, sXltf 197 Ooorge corner Temnle street. TO WHOM it May CONCERN MONET liberally advanced in mm to on all kinds of merchan dise and personal property of very description at EDWARD ERGEL1! Old and Pliable Money Loan Office. 841 snd 343 STATE STREET, New Haven, Conn All legal transactions strlotly confidential. jaS mrs. dr. j. l wmmv Psychometrist & C7atroy ant Consultation on Bnalnes Minerals, Health and al Pawonal matters. Readings of Oharssr by Handwriting, Photograph or Hair. Prloe--Gentlemen, 2 ; Ladies, It. Mr Wright can be consulted at her office, 98 Or ang? street, dsily. 9 a. m. to 8 p. m, rrgfttf LADIES' RIDING CLUB! For Particulars apply to MRS. R. M. HOOKER, 21 je!7 3m SYLVAN AVENUE. &xtwc&umz. UNION EXCURSION. First Methodist and Davenport Churches to SHEL TER ISLAND. KTEtHKREbH CITY. Wednesday, July 9. Tickets IW cent., to be bid at the boat. Boat will leave B He Djck at 8:30. Jy8 it" OKA NO 8KAT1NU CAKNlVALi AT Sfeeeles 8k at i ner Rink. SAVIN ROOK HILL, WEDNESDAY EVEMNO. Ju.y tn. Music by the popular West Haven Brass Band. l8 2t Acknowledged the nnest excursion steamer ever run from New Hsven. Time ttupetb Steamer PHILADKLPHIA (Capacity 60J PaueDsera) FOR BRAKFORD point AND THIMBLE ISLANDS. DAILY. Leave Belle Dock at 9.45 a. m. and 3. iff p. m. Leave IaWnds at 13.15 end 8. 1ft p. m. I eave Bran ford Point at 1.05 and 6.05 p. m. PARE EACH WAY 36 CENTS Special low rat- fcr exctira on. For moonlight ail thia steamer Is unexcelled. Address jyl F. W. HINMAfy, City. STARIN'S GLEN ISLAND. America's Day Summer Resort! TWO GRAND COSCKHTS DAILY. DILLER9' MILITARY BAND. Superior Dinner, st la Carte. Old fashioned Rhode Island Olam Base, Fishing, Boating, BathinK. Billiards, Bowling, Rifle KsDge, ZoolfiTical Garden. Klein Deutschland ! THE STEAMER JOHN H. STARIN,! oapt. McAllister. Will mitt the first trip Tnesday, July 8tti, and from tlis date ti'l the cloee of the season will make TW TRIP. W( EKLY To Glen Island and Return Every Tuesday and Thursday, From STARIN'S PIER, foot of Brewery street. (Fiva minutes walk from Railroad Depot,) at 8i30 a. m. sharp. Returning, leave GLEN ISL1ND at 3i30 p. n. arriving in New Haven In time to connect wlthi 8 o'clock train Excursion Tickets (New Haven to Olsn Island and return New Haven to New Tor. and return via. Glen Island snd Pier 18 North River $l.SO. Single tickets to Olen Island SOc. Fare Irjm Glen Island to New Haven SOc. THOMAS WILL FURNISH THE MUSIC ON THE BOAT EV8BY TRIP. No intoxlcatlnst driaki obtainable oat this steamer. Glen Island is officered by efficient uniform. d police. Ladies and c hlldren unattended! will find nothing to mar their pleasure. Positively no free list. C. M. CONKLIN, Je30tf. Agent, Starln'a ri THS Admiration OF THS WORLD. Mrs.S.A.A7!en's WORLD't HairRestorer IS PERFECTION i tA' Publio Bene&otrauu Mn. S. A. Allem has justly earneri tikis titi jtnd thouauuls are this day itoiciiig over a fine bead of hair produced by lier unequaled preparation for restor ing, invigorating, and beautifying the Hair. Her World's Hair Restorer quickly cleanses the scalp, removing Dandrufi; and arrests the fall ; the Itair, if gray, is changed to hs natural color, giving it the same vitality and luxiirious quantity as in youth, COMPLntEin'AEY. "My hair is now restored to its youthful color ; I have not a gray hair left. I am sat isfied that the preparation is not a dye, but acts on the secretions. My hair jeases to fall, which is cer tainly an advantage to me, who was in danger of be coming bald.". This is the testimony of all who use Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's Hair Restorer. On Bottle did if That a the expression of many who have had their gray hair restored to its natural color, ana their bald spot covered with hair, after using one bottle of Mas. S. A. Alum's Wouo'l Haik Ksstoskb. It is net a dye. POOR, WHlTJfi & KISEN0UU, BANKERS, 45 "Wall Street, New Tork, Brokers and dealer. In railway and all other seenritls. RAILWAY ISVltSTMEUTS a specialty, in tbe selection aod estimate of which their ions connection with "Poor's Msasal of Railroads" gives them special advantage.. Cor respondence invited and inquiries snswerad Deposit aooounta received and Interest allowed. deW eodOsn BL00DG00D HOUSE, Catskill Mountains. ADEt-IOHTFTJL resort on the highest nogs of the Catskill. Postoffice, telsgraps. omce, de lightful scenery, no ma'aria, good board and pleasant rooms. Inquire of 1SAAO F. CkKAHAlf, Manager, B. a. DUNN A 00., 747 Chapel Street, New Haven, Ot.. ar th. proprietors, ' BLOC DQOOD BROS, ml9 aodtaep Henaoa-fllto. Green. Oa, N. T. A Training Class for Kludersart- ners X7"rLT open la New Haven, Oonn., ftVpteaabar is. TV For circulars addrsaa MISS AKOSUSB BBOOKB, IS Horn. Place, Hew Haven, Osma, Jy3 2taw thamSnV 0T