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Saturday, July 12, 1884.
Yachts and Yachting.
The New York F-I.es to R.ndivoai sit
New lxswlo Rsieaa aaol arises.
Vice Commodore Chase, or the New York
Yecbt olnb, has inrafd orders appointing
Charles E. Minton fleet captain, and designa
ting New London as the rendezvous of the
squadron. The yachts will anohor off the
Feqaot on Satnrday, August 2, for the an
nnal ernlse.
The prizes offered by Commodore Bennett
for tbe steam yacht races comprise the fol
lowing: No. 1. A cop of tbe value of $1,000 to
tbe steam yacht winning with time allow
ance. No. 5 A cap of the value of $1,000 to
the steam yacht making the shortest time
over tbe coarse.
No. 3. A aap at tbe value of $500 to the
steam yacht arriving second without allow
ance of time.
The above races will be over a coarse of
not less than 60 statute miles, and five ves
sels most start to make a race. If it can be
arranged the commodore also desiies to offer
valuable cups for a steam launch race. All
launches not measuring more than CO feet on
the water line will be entitled to enter under
such rules and classifications as the regatta
committee may see fit to impose. The
launches will be divided into two classes
The races will be open to the competition of
vessels belonging to all duly organized yacht
clubs.
In addition to the steam yacht raoes there
will take place, while tbe squadron is at New
port, the race for the Ooelet oups and for
the oops offered by the oommodore for a race
from Brenton's reef lightship to and around
Sandy Hook lightship and back to the start
ing point; open to yachts of the New York
Yacht olnb. In the former the schooner cup
is valued at $1,000, the sloop cup at $500 and
the course will be triangular and about io
miles long. In tbe latter there will be cups
of the value of $500 each to two classes of
schooners, and oups of similar value to two
classes of sloops. The race for the Goelet
cups with be with time allowance and under
ine rales ana regulations or sue ciuu, wna
the exception that entries will be received np
to 8 o'clook on the morning of the race.
while the race from Brenton's reef lightship
to Sandy Hook lightship and back will be
without time allowance.
County Commtsslonera
The oounty commissioners were in session
yesterday forenoon and heard objections to a
license being granted to Averill & Hull, of
Indian Neck, in the town of Branford. The
objection came from William Linsley, A M
Baboock, David Beach, John Spencer, H G
Harrison, H G Meigs, Eckford Davis, Ed
ward E Isbcll, E D Sheldon, C W Gaylord
and L J Nichols, who as members of the
First Ecclesiastical society of Branford
signed a paper protesting against a license
being granted on the ground that a liquor
saloon would tend to injure the value of
property there, would prove a general nui
sance and would have a baneful effect. The
i eaance of a lioense was also opposed on
moral and religious grounds. For the church
people appeared Lawyer W L Bennett and
for Averill & Hull Lawyer Zacher. The com
missioners refused to grant the license.
The commissioners also refused to grant a
license to Ann Heavy, of Birmingham.
The Real Estate Market.
Kecently recorded transfers of real estate
at the town clerk's office in this city are as
follows :
William Franklin, 92 feet cn Goffe street
and 100 feet on Carmel avenue to John H
Whitine: El bee J Treat, 50 feet on Howard
avenue to Washington M Kowland : Benja
min H Merriam, 42 feet on Greene street to
Chelsea Savin ea bank : Horace P Hoadley, 26
feet on Dixwell avenue to Dime Savings bank
of Thompson; Horaoe P Hoadley, 67
feet on Dixwell avenue to Dime Sav
ings bank of Thompson; Alexander Crsig
and Esther E Craig, 37 feet on Houston
street to Bridget King; Joseph Sheldon, 61
feet on Henry street to George uoering:
Everett W Dudley, 50 feet on Warren place
to Frederick a Holmes; Massena Clark, l'Jb
feet on Oak street to E Fiank Snyder; Fred
erick B Mallory and Bukard B Mallory, one
and a half acres in Westville to John i
Moran; George T Livingstone, 22 feet
on Dixwell avenue to Yale oollege
corporation; Robert M Borwell, 30 feet on
Columbus street to Elizabeth K Burwell;
Theodo e N iHotchkiss. land in Westville to
Isaac P Dickinson; John J Kennedy and El
la J Kennedy, 74 feet on Cedar street to Ed
waid F Jones; Cornelius Pierpont, 38 feet on
Shelton avenue to Emma L Rich; William
Franklin, HO feet on East street to Ann
Condon; John W Trowbridge, 70 feet on
Cottage street to Adolph Schatz; Mary
O'Connell, 50 feet on Hazel street to Francis
S Graves; Daniel G and Mary E Phipps. 120
feet in Westville to Louis A. Sperry; Bern
ard Keilly, 133 feet on James street to Pat
rick Loughlan; James and Margaret lieilly,
55 feet on West Portsea street to Amos F
Barnes & Son; James B Mnnson,
6fty feet on South Water street to
Frank T Lane; William Franklin, twenty
four feet on Orange street to Michael
Sonnenberg and Adolph Asher; Charles
R Waterhouse, thirty-seven feet on
Winchester avenue to Mary Ann Elzinger;
Jeremiah Smith, 102 feet on South Water
street to William H Smith; Jeremiah Smitb,
102 feet on South Water street to Edward H
Smith; Michael A Cremin, 134 feet on Olive
street to Lucy H Boardman; Harriet Pratt,
100 feet on Saltonstall avenue to Alfrea a
Hill: Patrick McCarten, 30 feet on Fillmore
street to Cornelius F Brennan; Cbas Doherty,
53 feet on Portsea street to the New Mil
ford Savings bank; Thomas O'Brien, 21 feet
on George street to George A Sleicher; Wil
liam W Wheaton, 66 feet on (Jiinton avenue
to Frances R Wheaton; Harry Grant Thomp
son, 70 feet on State street to the Chelsea
Savings bank; William H Lowell, 25 feet on
Edgar street to John Browning; Henry A
Morse and Cornelia A Morse, 120 feet on fio
bart street to Henry W Main.
State Correeponaence,
Walilngfbrd.
Mrs. W. W. Thurston, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
is visiting in town at ber father's on North
Main street.
John A. Newton, of New Haven, is spend
ing his vaoation at E. R. Hall's on South
Main street.
Nellie D. Potter has returned home from
Boston, Mass., where she has been visiting
for a few weeks.
C. E. Blunt arrived home from his vaca
tion trip Wednesday evening. He went as
far south as Wilmington, Del., and reports a
fine time.
The Democrats of this town have bought a
$125 cannon for use during the fall cam
paign. xne unsida community nave aeeaea to u.
W. Bassett a lot on Community street 66
feet wide and extending back to the lake.
Mr. J. N. Keller, the manager of tbe Wil
son Sewing Machine company, arrived home
from tbe West on Wednesday evening.
Miss Graoe Harwood is visiting friends in
New Jersey.
Mrs. R. H. Cowles is visiting in Brooklyn,
N. Y.
Edward H. Baokas is visiting in town.
Frank B. Cook died last night about 12
o'clock.iifter a short and sudden illness. He
came home from Meriden Tuesday sick and
has been failing fast sinoe then. He died at
his mother's, on Elm street, and tha funeral
will probably take place on Tuesday.
xne estate of Augustus flail was distrib
uted among the heirs to-day.
Unclaimed letters are Annie Aokerson, John
W Allen, Jennie Austin, Albert Bradshaw,
Miohael Coyley, Mrs J D Dudley, Thomas
Fanning, Mr and Mrs Charles -Goodwill,
Theodore Koenig, Emilie Karlson, Hannah
Marohand, J M Menhave, Rev A F Ferry,
Edward Renney, Geo Sherman, Rev John O
St John.
Rev. 3. E. Wildman has been in town just
14 years last Monaay.
Edward Newhall and wife and child of
California, who have jast returned from a
European trip, were visiting at Henry Mar-:
tin's on Center street to-day. " ,
July 11.
Nortn f lveri.
G. W. Jones while attempting to get into a
wagon on Wednesday made a misstep and
fell to the ground, and both wheels of the
wagon passed over him, but he was not se
verely injured. Said individual seems to
bear a charmed life, having experienced sev
eral hairbreadth escapes and lived to tell the
tale.
Dr. and Mrs. Goodyear have returned
from their wedding trip and for a few djjs
are stopping at his home Sere. The doctor
will be fouud at his office at the usual hours
as heretofore.
Some of tbe young people who went from
here to New Haven on Tuesday evening to
see the fireworks, but were disappointed.
nothing daunted went again on Wednesday
evening, and were well paid. Many who did
not try it on Tuesday went on Wednesday
even ins.
Thomas Moran has put into the hands of
Grand Juror Todd his ease of disturbance
by the celebration of the boy on the night
pexort the x enttn, ana 11 u now Ming laves-
Heated. Public opinion seems to be on the
side of the yoong men and boys.
joiy li.
Grsnby,
r. A. Green would seem to import horses
enoush to supply all the commonwealth of
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Connecticut, vvnen no m m sown sua gruuuu.
are visited by horse seekers in plenty. He
aims to buy perfect horses, and sells only
such. A man who sells him a horse in Cana
da or northern New York that proves to be
unsound has to indemnify turn. ue is weu
known through a large region of country as
"square dealer" in horses.
J. T. Thayer, wagon maker and blacksmith
of this dace, recently made a baggy to order
using two kinds of wood. The person for
horn it was maae reiuseu so
take it because it was not made
wholly of oak. Mr. Thayer sued him
for the nav for said waeon, and lost his ease.
Mr. Thayer paid the costs, and immediately
after tbe suit gave the wagon to the man
who had refused to pay for it. One would
think that one oould not make wagons in
this wav and set rich suddenly.
Miss F. Rutherford Hayes or Jsew xiaven
is now at the Congregational parsonage on a
visit where there was a sociable en Thursday,
She is an accomplished lady, and her winning
manners commend her to popular favor.
Mrs. Mosser of New Jersey, after a visit
of a week at the residence of her sister,
Mrs. Judge Cornwall, has returned home.
July 11.
State News.
Mr. Nathan White, the oldest citizen of
T.nni? Ridtre. Fairfield county, died last Tues
day morning in the 95th year of his age. He
had been confined to his room for several
years past, yet he retained his mental faculties
to tbe closing np Of nis are. ne was a muti.
worthy citizen and has always led an exem
plary life. He was a member of tbe Hun
tingridge M. E. church. His funeral services
were held Thursday at 2 p. m , conducted by
tbe Rev. E. H. Bennetts. The deceased was
the father of Elbert White, a well known
and reputable citizen of Stamford. An an
cestor, James White, settled in Longridge in
1717.
In Greenwioh on the Fourth. Geo. Peck,
a son of G. A. Peck, was quite seriously hurt
by the bursting of a twenty-eight ponna
weisht. There was a hole in the weight
which young Peck and other boys made do
duty as a cannon. Ths "gun" burst, and
one of the fragments struck Peck on the
side. The missile bad not force enougn to
do a serious amount of damage, but inflicted
a violent and dangerous blow nevertheless.
The injured youth fainted away and wai
. 1 " ; TT 1 n. ill va,oav
lasea nouie in a carriage ia, .
Georce W. Blake, who went to Ban x ran
cisco last winter in the interest of the new
Wilson Sewing Machine company, has sailed
for Australia in tbe interest of the same con
rn.
William Carroll, son of the widow Carroll,
who has been emplojed by Mr. William Els
worth in tbe fur trade at Milwaukee, Wis.,
died suddenly Tuesday ef hemorrhage of tbe
lungs. The body is expected to arrive in
Windsor t riday.
The comntroller of the currency Wednes
day extended the corporate existence of the
First National bank of Sumeia.
Miss Marv O. Wells, of Newington, Conn.,
has been engaged as assistant principal in the
Danielsonviiie High school tot tne coming
year.
Recently G. H. Nash, of Westport, was
leading his horse to water when the animal
kicked him, knooking him down, and
it then lay down and rolled on him, breaking
three ribs and otherwise injuring him.
Mr. Robert Peok, a prominent citizen of
Ansonia, died Thursday morning, aged 59.
The Sentinel says: He was the third son of
Ephraim B. Peck, whose family numbered 4
sous and 1 daughter, of which three yet sur
vive, viz : Henry W., George H., and the
daughter, Mrs. A. A. Root, of Woodbury.
From the year.1855 to 1870 the deceased was
as a member of the dry goods firm of Beards
ley & Peok engaged in business in Woodbury,
and was financially quite successful. In all
town and society matters be was first and
foremost, and in 18C6 was chosen to repre
sent the town of Woodbury in the Legislature.
In the Episcopal church be was always a
prominent leader, and among the members
of which, as well as by his neighbors gener
ally, he was much beloved.
In 1870 Mr. Peck bought out the dry
goods business of Eleazer Peck in Ansonia,
whither he removed bis residence, continu
ing in business until 1876, when he sold out,
and soon after engaged in job printing in
connection with the Star Pin company's
works in Shelton, in which he was engaged
at tbe time of his decease, still retaining his
residence in Ansonia. For a number of years
he wss one of the burgesses of the borough
of Ansonia, and in 1873 was elected warden.
He was for several years eleoted justice of
the peace, and was prominent as a
trial justice, in whioh capacity he
gave good general satisfaction. He was also
active as a vestryman of Christ churoh and
highly respected. Mr. Peck was twice mar
ried ; first to Catharine M. Farr, in Wood
bury, deceased, 1854. His second wife is
Sarah L. Lindley, of Danbnry, who with one
daughter, Miss Minnie C, survive.
For a year or two past tbe deceased has
had a hard battle with disease, but being,
like all of bis brothers, a man of Btrong
constitutional powers, he was, as it was
hoped, on the road to health, after a con
finement of over a year. On Saturday,
the 5th, he went to Hartford on business, and
on hi return was taken ill with a trouble of
the bowels which in five days terminated his
existence. For more than thirty hours Mr.
Peck lay in the death struggle, all the while
perfectly conscious of his approaching end,
and as he assured all his friends that gathered
about his bedside, happy at the prospect
before him and finally departing almost with
the song of triumph on his lips.
Tbe Fletcher prize of $500 offered by
Dartmouth college for tbe best essay on
"The perpetual obligation of the Lord's day"
has been awarded to the Rev. George Elliott,
of West Union, Iowa. The committee of
award were the Rev. Drs. Thompson and
Pratt, of tbe Hartford Theological seminary,
and Dr. Stone, of the Asylum Hill Baptist
church in tbat city. The essay will probably
be soon published by the American Tract so
ciety. At the State contest at clay pigeons in Mer
iden on Wednesday, the shooting beat tbe
best State records. Tbe scores were: Bridge
port team, 81; Spencer Gun club of Wind
sor, 78; Parker Gun club of Meriden, 74;
Wallingford team, 74; New Haven team. 71;
Meriden team No. 2, 62. For the individual
medal there were twenty entries Folsom of
Windsor and Goodrich of Wallingford tied
for first plaoe, and in shooting off Folsom
broke five pigeons and Goodrich only three.
In the sweepstakes A. Ives of Wallingford
and J. F. Ives of Meriden divided the first
money, E. A. Birdsey took second, Messrs.
Potter and Brown divided third money.
At tbe annual meeting of the directors of
the Reform school Wednesday officers were
chosen as follows: President, the Hon J L
Houston of Thompson ville; executive board,
Colonel O L Upham of Meriden, B Fitzger
ald of Middletown and J F Sumner of Bol
ton; secretary and treasurer, Colonel C L
Upham.
The Glastonbury Manufacturing company,
running 8,470 spindles on coarse cotton I
sheeting, and 180 looms, and employing about
400 hands, has shut down for tbe present.
Yale & Towne, of Stamford, have the con
tract for supplying postoffioe look-boxes
through the country.
Tbe excursions booked for Roton Point
for next week are the following: July
14tb, Amaranth council, N. Y., Bteamer
"Long Branch;" July 15th, Cranston council,
N. Y., steamer "Crystal Stream" and barge;
July 16, Baptist church from Yonkers, N.
Y., by Iron Steamboat company; July 17,
Independent Walhalla Boat club, steamer
"Crystal Stream;" July 18, Garfield club, N.
Y. , steamer "Long Branoh;" July 19, Lehigh
Valley Relief association, steamer "Long
Branch."
Concerning the fire in Stamford on Wed
nesday the Stamford Advocate says: "Word
was received at tbe central telepone office
about 9 o'clock Wednesday forenoon that
tbe barn on the premises occupied by the
Rev. Samuel Sco ville, South street, was on
fire. There was some necessary delay in
getting the fire bell rung and bringing tbe
fire apparatus to the spot. It was soon ap
parent that the building involved must be
destroyed or greatly damaged, but luckily
there was no special danger to adjacent edi
fices. The firemen got in their work skill
fully, and quickly had the flames under con
trol. Of the barn, however, nothing was
left but a mere shell. The movable contents
horse, carriage, harness, eto were saved.
About a ton of hay in the loft was of course
consumed. The building was owned by the
Ferguson estate. It was insured for 1,000
in one of Mr. D. H. Clark's companies. The
insurance will go far to cover the loss. It
appears tbat two attempts were maae to nre
Mrtooville's house within a few days. Both
were in the daytime, and were easily frus
trated. This is evidently a case for energetic
action by the fire marshal.
Important Correction.
To vbom It may Concern 1
Ths announcement having been made in the firjan
cisl columns of a Boston paper that orders for tbe
Preferred Stookof the ameriaan Eleotric and Illumi
nating Comptnr, feat between now and Thursday,
July 10, either direct or through the financial agents
of the Company, as announced in tbe atvertisem-nt
sewhere, wonld be sablect to allotment, anJ the
same having been published generally throughout
New England, we wonld hereby announce of&sially
tbat any or all orders for stock mailed to us in ao
oordance with the advertisement, or plsced with oar
agonts on or before the close of business, Thursday,
Jaly 10th, will be ailed in lull. Ihe allotment re
fern d to is designed ti apply to orders nnrth5r
wlse, or through ontstd banks, tbe amounts of
which we have no means of knowing, and is done to
protect our authorised nnanolal aganta and avoid
Disappointing Intending investors sending orders in
accordance with onr announcement.
Edwabd H. Qoff, 1 ' '
BlLAB QUBKET, lEXSOUtive
tomtit N. Bowks, JCosMnltUe.
197 Congress Street, Boston, Jul , 1884, J10
Ho Knows It.
Hiram D. Mazfield, formerly of Sliver Springs, B.
I., has no doubt about the wonderful curative powers
of Kidney-Wort." Ha wss so afflicted with Kidney
Complaint that he could not sta- d on his feet from
pain and weakness, is soon as he commenced using
Kidney-Wort be experienced Immediate relief and at
once began to grow strong and was relieved of all
pain and unpleasantness. Be says: "I know I have
been cured by Kidney-Wort "
nTAII bsdlM Shnald Knnw That Hoods,
Scarfs, Ribbons and all fancy articles can ba msde
any color wanted with Diamond Dyes. All the pop
nlar colors. lOe, at druggists'. None equal them.
Wells, Richardson s 00., Kurnngton, vs. jjiasv
To make a good salad dressing in the ordinary way
good condiments, plenty of time and no little skill
are essential. Durkee's Sslsd Dressing supplies all
these requisites. Bold everywhere. jy7 steed
Tne Merits of "Faarl'a White
Glycerine" need not be discussed; they are
too well known; all that is wanted is to call
your attention to it. If you want a beautiful
complexion, a clear, pure and healthy skin,
use P. W. G. and nothing elea. ju8 eod3t
Tne Great Injury Sustained
by those using the poisonous mixtures adver
tised to restore gray hair to its original color.
to renew the growth of bair on bald heads
and so on. is not naif known. Mr. (J. A.
Pelton. of Middletown, this State, has'been
a druggist all his life and appreciated the
need of a true tonic for the hair. His "Kal
locrine" has received the endorsement of
praotioing physicians in bis own town, also
certificates of parties whose hair has been
restored by its use.
"Kalloerine" is sold by druggists at 50
cents. There is nothing tbat will do in its
place.
American Cough Drops (liquid) is the "old
reliable" family remedy for all affections of
the bead, throat and lungs. Keep it in the
bouse. ie3 eoddtwzw
Every neat housekeeper in America should
use fciapolio ; in fact, most of tbem do.
ml9 eod2mos
Henry. Car nolle Salve
Is the best salve for cuts, brn ises, sores, ul
cers, salt rheum, tetter, chapped hands, chil
blains, corns and all kinds of skin eruptions
freckles and pimples. Get Henry's Carbolio
Salve, as all others are counterfeits. Price
25 cents.
Dr. Green's Oxygenated Bitters
Is the best remedy for dyspepsia, bilious
ness, malaria, indigestion and diseases of the
blood, kidneys, liver, skin, eto.
Durno's Catarrh Snuff cures all affections
of the mucous membrane, of the head and
broat.
Dr. Mott's liver Pills are the best catarrh
regulators. iy6 w&wtf
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for chil
dren teething is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians in the
United States, ana has been used for forty
years with never failing success by millions of
mothers for their children. During the pro
cess of teething its value is incalculable, it
relieves the child from pain, cures dysentery
and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels and wind
colic. By giving health to the child it rests
the mother. Price 2to a bottle.
a9mwe&wly
Hay Fever and Rose Cold.
I can recommend Ely's Cream Balm to
relieve all persons suffering from Rose Cold
and Kay ever. I have been a great suffer-
er from these complaints and have used it.
I have recommended it to many of my friends
for Catarrh, and in all cases where they
have used the Balm freely they have been
cured. T. Kennedy, Dry Goods Merchant,
Ithaca, N. Y. Je30 mwf&2w.
A few drops only necessary to eradicate the
worst cases of earache, toothache, headache
or neuralgia. Crosby's 5 minute cure. All
druggists. ju43teodltw
Vegetine is the great heilth restorer, com
posed exclusively, of barks, roots ana neros.
Pleasant to take ; children like it.
je23 eodeow&wtf
PBATTS
ASTRAL OIL!
lVai i be first safe and reli
able Illuminating: 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 p-oprty has
ever resulted from its use.
In addition to its essential
quality of absolute safely it
ranks as the best Illuminat
ing: Oil In tbe world.
Be sure to insist that deal
ers furnish you with the
genuine article.
PRATT MANUFACTURING CO.,
SEW YORK CITY.
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers.
FOB SAXE BY
KIMBERLY, STODDARD & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS,
NE (? HAVE ST, CONN.
Tbe Astral is p.rticnlarly adapted for use in Oil
Stoves, on account of its absolute eafety and freedom
from odor. jeaiwasaeowwip
BLAltiE
AND
LOG A
WANTED,
Tbe Best Pictures pub
Uahed. Size 23x28. Heavy
paper, beautiful tints
Seod 26 cento for sample
SHERMAN
andj
copy, or 60 cents for tbe
two picture?, and terms
SHERIDAN
to aftenta.
Warren J. Robinson, 91 Oliver St.,
jySec dim
ery to
Picnics, Clam Bakes,
REUNIONS AND ENCAMPMENTS.
3,000 Plates,
1,500 Cups and Saucers,
l.oflO Pair Knives Si Forks,
3,000 Teaspoon",
.OO Disbes,
1,200 Tumblers.
Also Carvers, Lemonade Tubs, Boilers, Stoves and
other conveniences, whioh I furnish In any quantity
at low rates. Also to those who desire I will ba hap
py to furnish information as to places, means of con
veyance, caterers, &c
ALFRED W. MINOR,
Crockery, China & Glass Dealer,
51 Church Street,
jyldaw
' Opposite the Postofflcei.
THE REASON WHY
Tale "SEAL. OF KORTH CAROLINA"
PLUG CT
lath favorite isuklsg Tobacco of connois
seurs. Because It la til Beat. It la selected with
the greatest care from the best Tobaooo grown in
Granville County, North Carolina, and stored awat
two Tssans before it is manufactured. For sale by
all dealers. HHROPBtt BRiig., Manufacturers.
A CITWPS TJ sell posrrTVEi.T the
CXVJT .Ej lM X Obest selling book in the mar
TTT A ATT'TT TVet" OATELY'd tTNlVEBS
W XXlN i JllLAL KDUCATOR, 1,200 pages.
600 illustrations. Has outsold everything else. 35,000
copies sold last year. Fxoiualve territory and the
moat liberal terms ever offered. Apply at once,
JB. GATKL 4fc CO.,
as Asylum Stroet,
Hartford. Conn.
S'f8 Investments for Money.
T Per Cent. F)RS1' MQB.TG1 A3 SB X.OANS
on Improved farms in Ono and Indiana, worth three
or more times the amount loaned: in a rich, agricul
tural region; in the midst of railroads, school houses,
turnpikes, psrmat ant improvements all calculated
to nrake land good security. No losses in tvelve
years' exueiianoa. Mo expense to the lender. Inter
est eemi-annusUy. Over forty years' residence. For
fell information write to ns.
J. DICKINSON & CO., Richmond. lad.
TO ADVERTISERS Lowest Kates for Advertising
in W70 stood newspapers sent free. Address
Geo. p. Bowell a Co, 10 Spruce at, N, X.
)1 eodawlme
Crock
Loan
tTi i: M Wx'l
JfmanriaL
A Dull Day On Chanare o Kxelt.naeat
Raised By Cleveland's Sonlastlss,
Siv Ton. July 11.
Ths scarcity ef the flsatlng stock In the rnsraat and
fears of a squeeze acted as a damper to the ardor of
the bear cliques to-day and they exerolsed great pre
cautions In their ventures. 1 he day passed without
any demonstration of note on the part of this class of
operators and ths bulls kept the market easily and
w 11 In hand. There was almost an antira absence of
unfavorable news or reports with which the bears
could check the upwatd movement, t he dealings,
however, dragged on In a very uninteresting way and
were absolutely devoid of restore. The changes
were confined within narrow limits in a majority of
cues and reflected nothing as regards the real sitaa
tion. Much of ths time to-day was given to the dis
cussion of the probable choice of the Democratic
r ational convention and considerable betting wss In
dulged in. The annouaosment of the nomination ce
Cleveland reached the street about 1:40. but caused
no perceptiule change in the market, wblch contir.
ned almost until the last hoar of business. In the
final half hour ihsre was quite an active buying to
cover, v hlch csuBed a further sharp advance. The
specialties were dull and featarelees
Money loaned ltfaa per cent, throughout the day,
Exchange clraed strong snd bigh'r Posted rates
8xa4S6f actual ratts 83-ai833 for sixty diys,
485a85a' for demand.
Gove rnments wire strong and higher,
roloslug prices reported over the private wires of
BUNNELL it SORANTON. Rankers and Krokera.1
s.fced aid
americanls .. Bell 150
i-.toi a,il T.rr. Ua-ta 3'i 25
Slton and Tsrre Ilaate pfd '5 77
American District Telegraph -
bostorhN.Y. AlrLlnepId S2X
Burlington and Qutncy lit 114
0. O. O. and 1 35 88
Canada Honttiern . SO 30
Canada Paclno 44 44
Csatral Paolno S7 SI
Chicago and Alton 1'iS 127
ol.. Calo. and Iud. Cell I IX
( has. and Ohio 6 7X
do. let prsf la 1SX
do 2d pref.., 7 9
Del., Laos, and West :..107J- 107
Del. and Hudson Osnal , 92 93X
Denver and Klo Grands. ..: .. 8 V
Erl- 13 13X
Erie pfd
Brl Uaocnds Gils' 51K
Erie and Western. 7 X
East Tenn., Va. A Qa. 3'i 4
" " " Pfd 6,' 7
Vsprus-Adams 120 128
American SO 95
Cnlted States 60 55
Wells Fargo 100 l
dan. and St. Jos
Ban. and St. Jos. pfd -
Bosston and Texas..... 21 25
Ind. Bloom A West 12X 13
lllnals rjantnl 117X 118e,'
Kansas and Tsxss 143s ' X
Lake chore 74 ?,
Louisville and Kashvllle 28?i 28
Manhattan Elevated 53 53
Mil., i aao Shore and W
do. pfd................
Mutual rjnlon lei lltf 1:!
Mftnnnhfa fltiarlABtAn 24 26
Michigan Central 67 69Jtf
91. and St. Louis 13 la
do. nf'd 24 is- S5
Mobile and Ohio 65f 9X
Missouri pacific 96X
Morris and Essex 124 li
SaiihTllle and Chattanooga. ..... 37 ts
Sew Jersey Central 64M
Sew York Central "..101J, 102
New York and fiew fing 9 i1
Sew for Elevated 105 130
N. S., Chic, and St. Louis 5J 6
do. pd W
Kv riAntral ( Vi.l 6 9
Northern Paoific '7X 19Jf
Northern PaclBo pfd H
Northwest. 90J4 9Ui
Northwest pfd 126 128
HnrfAla- Mill W.ft ntM . 23 25
Jhto Central ljtf IX
Ohio and Mississippi 183C 19
Omaha . 26M 26X
Ontario sid Wsstern 10X
Orsgon Transcontinental.. 93s 9s
PaoiOe Mall 44 44
Psorla, D. and Evansvllls U . 1 ,X
Beading 233i i4,
Blohmond As Danville 33 6
Blohmond and West Point V'i 16
Book Island 107 10H
3ooheiter A Pitts 3J 354
8t. Psul 68 C8X
St. Paul pfd luSX !
St. Paul and Duluth
do. of'd ..... -
St. Panl M. and M 86 H 86J4
Texas Pacific. S
Cnlon Pacific S3Jf S3J
Wabash 5 5Ji
Wabash pfd 13 13J
Western Union Tel 55 Bb
Doited Pipe tine Otfs 61 X
West Shore Firsts Wii 40
Bay State Tel
BoBton and North Tel
Pullman Car Co 101 102
Qovernment bonds closed astollows :
6s 81, continued
A. finntlnnad ..... -
l.s,91, reg "0 alio
SUs. 1. conn 110 smu.-
ts. 1907, rsg 117J.'all77i
ts. 1907. ooup 118all8J(
as 995al00!
Onrrenoy Bs, "95 123 mo
Currency 6a, '96 125
Csrren.y 6s, '97 127
Currency 6s, '98 129
Currency Se, '99 131
Faeino railroad bonds closed ss follows :
firsts .
Fends
S rants
Centrals.... . ........... ......
113Vsll4l
..UMsll7
. .107Xal08X
..lis sua
Chlcaaro drain and Provision Market.
Closing quotations Reported over Private Wires
to Kdwla -jlowe gs Co., Commission Mer
chants, 403 New York Produce Exchange, New
York.
Tbe following shows ths quotations st 2:30 p. m
(Chicago time) for tbe past three days:
July 9. July 10. July 1
(Ju'y 787 80? f0J
Wheat August 1-0; 8174 j 82
ISsptember 82J 83 8X
(July 48 51 51J4
Corn - August 49tf 52if 62
(September 49if 6 1 J 62X
Jnlv 28if 59 29
Oats -iAugUBt 26 2fi 26Jf
( September -. 25,V 25i 2otf
iJnly 22 00 22.60 22.50
Pork J August 22 00 22 60 22 50
(September 20 60 21.25 2i.50
Uulv 7.00 7.10 7.20
Lard -August 7.05 7.15
(September 7.20 7 30
7 25
7.40
BGOEIPTS.
Wheat. S3 cars; corn, 160 cars; oata, 120 cars; hogs
14,000 head.
ni-wT wditci tr fT? I'l'V iT tr
1 VVT llj ft 11I1JU CV VUtiXiltUUUllj
BANKERS,
45 Wall Street. New York,
Brokers and dealers in railway and all other securities
RAILWAY INVESTMENTS
a specialty, in tbe selection and estimate of which
tbeir long connection with "Poor's Mannal of
Ra.ilroa.ojs" gives them special advantages. Cor
respondence Invited and inquiries answered Deposit
aoconnts received ana interest anowea. gbm eoavm
IF YOU WISH TO BUT 0B SELL
STOCK PRIVILEGES
Write to SEYMOUR & CO.,
51 New Street, New York City.
31 2m
$16,000,000
OF WESTERN F 4 KH BONDS
f 71 ROM ihe attene'es supplying me with bonds have
1 been sold within the past ten years without a
loss to any investor. Average interest received has
been over 7 per cent. I have bonds of all sizes, with
Interest at six to ten per cent., according tolocallty
payaoie at my omoe or Bent oy dim cnecjc.
Galls and letters of Inquiry Invited.
Dp Stairs,
ALFRED WALKER.
85 Orange Street.
JlMswlm
Michigan Central K. 11. Co.
First Mortgage Main Line 5 per
cent, xsonas.
Due Msy 1 , 1902. Interest payable May 1st and
November 1st,
These bonds are a Dart of the 7 per cent first eon-
soli da ted mortgage, reserved to retire prior liens, and
are now issued with the rate af interest reduced.
We offer a limited amount for aale and recommend
them as a nrst-oiass investment.
VERMILYE & CO.,
If 03. 1 and IS Nassau Street,
KITV7 YORK CITY.
Stocks For Sale.
29 shares W. H. County National bank stock.
20 shares Yale National bank stock.
28 shares B. & N. Y. Air Line, preferred.
10 shares N. Y., N. H. At H, B. B.
BUNNELL & SCRANTON,
BANKERS AND BBOKKBA
J2 732 and 734 CHAPEL STREET.
STOCKS AND BONDS FOR SALE
10,000 New York, New Haven and Hartford 4-a.
2,00New Haven and Northampton First Mort-
gjooo New Haven and Northampton Flrt Mort
gage 6's. ,
$1,000 New Haven snd Northampton oou s .
100 shares New Haven County National Bank.
60 shares Branford Lock Wors a
Small lots of Yale and Merchants' National banks,
N. H. and Northampton B, B , Y. and N. J. Tele
phone. W.T. Hatch & Sons
BANKERS.
be mailed
1 cbpr to all applicants and to
customers of last T yesr without ordering it.
it contains Illustrations, prices, descriptions and
directions for planting all Vegetable and Flower
sceoa, nants, etc. invaiuauic so as.
rt W i r-r-nnw TV st DETROIT.
y. in.' r r-rinx cc uu. ucn.
Twin Foes to Life
Are Indigestion and Constipation.
Their primary symptoms are among the
most distressing of minor human ailments,
and a host of diseases, speedily resultant
from them, mutually aggravate each other
and assail at once the whole machinery
of life. Nausea, foul Breath, Sour
. Stomach, Dizziness, Headaches,
Bilious Fever, Jaundice, Dyspepsia,
Kidney Diseases, Piles, Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Dropsy, and various Skin
Disorders, are among the symptoms
and maladies caused by derangement of
of the stomach and bowels. t '
A Thorough Purgative
medicine is the first necessity for cure.
Then the cathartic effect must be main
tained, in a mild degree, just sufficient
to prevent a recurrence of costiveness,
and at the same time the liver, kidneys
and stomach must be stimulated and
strengthened.
Ayer's
Accomplish this restorative work better
than any other medicine. They are
searching and thorough, yet mild, in their
purgative action. Thev do not gripe the
patient, and do not induce a costive re
action, as is the effect of other cathartics.
Withal, they possess special properties,
diuretic, hepatic and tonic, of the highest
medicinal value and &'a) -
Absolutely Cure
All diseases proceeding from disorder
of the digestive and assimilatorv organs.
The prompt use of Ayer's Pills to
correct the first indications of costive
ness, averts the serious illnesses which
neglect of that condition would inevitably
induce. All irregularities in the action ol
the bowels looseuess as well as consti
pation nre beneficially controlled by
Aykr's Pills, and for the stimulation
of digestive organs weakened by long
continued dyspepsia, one or two of
Ayer's Pills daily, after dinner, will do
more good than anything else.
Leading Physicians Concede
That Ayep.'s Pills are the best of all
cathartic medicines, and many practition
ers, of the highest standing, customarily
prescribe them.
AYER'S PILLS,
PREPARED BY
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Analytical Chemists -For
sale ly all Druggists.
AYER'S
Ague Cure
IS WARRANTED to cure all cases of ma
larial disease, such as Fever and Ague, Inter
mittent or Chill Fever, Remitteut 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 trie money,
Dr. J. C. Ayer &Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
CARCILL'S
Business College,
847 Chapel Street.
Entries may be made for tbe Summer months at
redaoed rates. Special facilities for Indite.
Apply for circular. J 20
Mass sFAjvaas c motvc;,
CULTIVATION of the VOICE.;(ltaIlan method) an
PIANO INSTRUCTION.
CHAS. T. HOWE,
FLUTE and PIANO INSTRUCTION.
10 Crown Street, near Temple Street.
eel8 tf
F. A. FOWLER,
TEACHES OF
Piano, Organ and Harmony,
AVastln Bui Klina, 337 Chapel St., Booms 8
A correct touon .specialty. ansu sr.
Horses and Carriages . For Safe
and To Let.
" waT"!?9 CARRIAGE making in all its branches.
G&tS Repairing and painting a specialty. Any
one wishing to buy or sail an outfit will find it to
their advantage to give us a call.
CCLL0M a CO.,
jelltf 108 Franklin Street.
NEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE CO,
Manufacturers of
WINDOW SHADES
And Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Turcoman Curtains,
Madras Curtains,
Lace Curtains,
CORKIGES, CORNICE POLES, ETC.
By making a specialty of these goods we art able
to Bhow the largest assortment and offer all goods in
ouo line at VERY LOW PRIDES.
In order ty make way for our new Fall Patterns we
have laid out SOOjpairs DADO SHADES, in odd lots
of one to five pairs, which wo will cl-.se oat without
regard to cost of manufacture.
MB. L. B. JDDD will have charge of our Drapery
and Shade work, a, d orders by postal or telephone
will receive prompt attention.
New Haven Window Shade Go,
094 Chape J Street.
BELOW TEE BRIDGE.
N. B. Store closed evenings, except Monday and
Saturday.
BEST MADE.
TO ORDER.
Reasonable Prices.
'u
383 State Street.
Established 1857.
Flows from the Maximum Mineral Fountain of Sara
toga Spring, and is In the opinion of the most en- i
nent medical men Natmre's Sovereign CJujt for
Constipation, Drspepeia. 'JToppId U7er
ii active conouions 01 ine maneys, ana
a moat aalatary alterative in scrofulous affeoHox s.
With ladiea, gentlemen and bon vlvants everywhere
w nas Decome tne stanaara 01 aienry expeaianis, ior
tlfvins the dineatlve functions and enabliofif free llv
era to indulge with impunity at table. The world of
weaitn, intelligence and rensement tesunes to ue
sparkling, naturally pure and delightful qualities as
the beverage incomparable, and accredit it with being
the surest and speediest source of their clear com
plexions, high health and exuberant spirits. Hath-
orn spring water lssoiaoniy in glass nomea;
four dozen Dints are tracked in a case. It may be ob
tained at all hotels, and of druggist, wine merchants
and grocers everywhere. mya
SMALLPOX
MARKS CAN BE REMOVED.
LKOJV & CO.,
London, Perfumers to Her Halesty the Queen, have
Invented and patented (he world-renowned
OBUTERATOR,
Which Bemoves Smallpox Marks of however long
standing. The application is simple and harmless,
causes no inconvenience and contains nothing Inju
rious. Bend for particulars.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR
T.s?nJ Jfe rn . 'nAnilafirr"
Bemoves Superfluous Hair In a few minutes without
pain or unpleaaant sensation never to grow again.
Simple and harmless. Fuji directions sent by mail.
Maatl
GEORGE W. SHAW, General Agent.,
319 A Tremont JStreet,TJlontoii, Ma...
sn28eodarw
BOUND TO BLOW,
I 1 DUiVT SaUJLAi A x 1311.
E. S. STEVENS
wt it Mil HtcmuHm aa Chean as the Chespest,
FLOUR, KLO UK. J-lAtVK.
in.. I t, ... .k. lta fn, tl DOT bSK. OOOd
Family Flour for 85o per bag.
is ids uranuiaiea sugar ...
15 lbs Extra C for $1.
JO to. ailgns Drown rot
Teas, Coffee and Spices. Best Quality at Lowest
Prices. Coins and see me s t
9T Wnalley Avenues
Telephone Connection. Order Delivered.
15. S. STJSYifllVS.
a
UlE
MM
Chas. S. Hamilton,
Attorney and CoTraeellor at Law,
t YALE NATIONAL BANK BCTLDINiJ.
Ooraer Chapel snd Btass Strssts,
Wotary Publio. New Hart a. Gin
epgt
E. P. ARVINE,
ATTIIHNBY AT .LAW,
Kooma o and 11. 6 Clmreb St.
njs
G.H. Gidnej
Dentist,
787 Chare 1 S
bet. State and
Orange Sts.
DESTISTBY IS ALL ITS BRANCHES.
PRICES AS REASONABLE AS FIRST-CLASS WORK
WILL PERMIT.
Teeth Extracted, as Cent..
" witnoat Pain by tne
n.eor r,nror uas u i f-niii.
787 CHAPEL ST., NSW HAVEN, CONN.
Je26
I am selling Uungarian
French and California Din
uer Clarets antl White
lYiuoK at cost, preparatory
to vacating my present
premises.
I am selling fine qualffy
clear Havana Cigars at the
price of Domestic Good.
H. J. REYNOLDS,
NO. 17 CROWS STIIKKT
New Haven, Conn.
jell
57 59&r&me t
FURNITURE DEALERS
UNDERTAKERS,
HAVJt the nnsst Painted Bedroom Suites In ths
olty. New Parlor Suites, Walnut Bedrson
unites.
rn. beet Burin? Bed forthe money.
F ipltnt. Rattan, Cane and Bush Seat Chalrs,;in;grasl
fanaty.as tow hois . wukui
UNDERTAKING
promptly attended to, night or day, with care.
Bodies preserved without ice in the best manner.
Also sole agents for Washburn's Deodorizing and
Disinfecting Fluid.
A new lot of Folding Chairs and Stools ts rent for
parties or funerals.
ANDREW GODDAMN,
OLDi'Q. 88 CROWSf ST.
iEWOS.160&162CROWl
FXGS : KGGSJ
21c per do, S doz. $1.
8 lb cans Tomatoes 7c, 4 for 95c.
Winslow Jones' Succotash 13c can, 2 for 25c
Golumbia River Salmon 15c per can.
Quart bottles new Maple Sjrnp, pure. 35c.
13 lbs Granulated Sugar, standard, $1.
15 lbs X C Sngar, btanderd, SI.
Fine Old Government Java Coffee, per lb, 25c. .
Fine Oolong and Japan Tea, per lb, 40c.
Extra large Queen Olives, 45c per bottle,
lbag best Flour fl.
1 bag nice family Flour 85c.
Early Rose Potatoes, per bushel, 45o.
New Bermuda Onions 8c per quart.
Sweet Oranges 25c per doz.
Fine Butter 25c per lb.. 4 lbs. $1.
New Orleans Molasses 60c per gullon.
2-lb. can Cherries 10c., 3 for 25c.
Good many more bargains. Call and see ns.
Goods delivered to any part of the city.
FINE WINES, SHERRIES AND BRANDIES.
Andrew Goodman,
New Numbers 1 60 & 102 Crown St,
Goodman's Baildints, Foar Ooors From
Cnsrcn street.
Union copy. 11
PfySUngaaKaaaadnSee
SOLAR!
SHOES
Are the CHEAPEST
and BEST for t 1111.-
n If Nniw cwiiiiue without
trade-mark and ''JohkMckdku.
PEKFKt'TI.V, Look Nice,
GivelJouifoit. Outwear others
Thn Itovu ill t.imrd
Collene, Philadelphia, all WEAR TIIE.M, si:d
their Guardians will have NO OTIIEll JIAK
MT-fJIVK SOLAR TIP SHOES A TU1A1,.
JS.' Sold by all reputable dealers. a
Catarrh
Hay Feyer
Ts a type of catarrh hav
ing peculiar symptoms.
It is attended by an in
flamed condition of the
lining membrane of the
nostrils, tear ducts and
Ski
HEAD,
throat, affect! r g the
lungs. An acrid mucus
HAYFEVIR
is secreted, tbe discharg
is accompanied with ;
painful burning sensa
tion. There are severe
spasms of sneezing, fre
quent attacks of blinding
headache, a watery and
inflamed state f the
eyes. Ely Cream
Balm is a remedv
fi-in Tiritari rtn n. rnprart
UAYVE-'CVEB diagnosis of this disease
II r - and can be depended
upon. 50 cents at druggists', 60 cents by mall. Sam
ple bottle by mail 100. -Li ttuuxiiEHs, Druggists,
Owego, flew joric. mHecdAwiy
GIIAY'S SPECIFIC IUJUIICINK.
TRADE MARK Tin Great Em.t.isrTRADE MARK
Kkmkdv. An QQlniimg
cure for Seminal Weak
ness, SperBiatotrhrea, lm
potfeDi'v, and all Disease
tbat follow as a sequence
offtelf-Abnse ; a los of
1M emery, Univenal Las
situtJe, Pain in the Ba. k.
Dimness of isiort, fre ma
ture Old Age, and many
Other diseases thn t lead to"
Insanitv or Coiisunition
nFORETAIIIIflul' Pmuatur. GntvSETCB TAriUO,
fiBWARK of advertfeenierta to refund inonry, when drupgisiifror
whom the medicine 1" bout;htio M-r Kkfd.vd, fcut re'er y-in io th
rnnnfeu-trmrs. and the requirement re inch that thev are seldom,
vie, complied with. See their written niRran.ee. A trial of one a(n
le prckage ol Gray' Specific will convince the most tttptical of it,
ft.il mv. ',
On acod..t of counterfeits, we have adopted the Yellow 'Wrapper ;ihi
Cnlv BTtimme.
ITJTulI iarticalar in oorpamptlel, whirl, we d.r're to fend free fe
mail W every one. j ue njimiui; nieuu mf if foia ny mi onicri
at $1 rier package, or y pi-a-kapes fnr J5, or will be sent free by mail ;
her"?. it nf themoncv, bv addre$s;n
"Wie Gray Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. V
SOKJD BIT RICHARDSON & CO.,
W HAVE1I, COHS.
E (BEFORE.) (AUTEB.)
jiLECTRO-VOLTAIC BELT and other Electmo
J Appijasces are sent on 30 Days' Trial TO
HEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD, who are suffer
ing from Nervous Debility, Lost Vitality,
Wasting Weaknesses, and all those diseases of a
Personal Natubk, resulting from Abuser and
Other Catjsrs. Speedy relief and complete
sestoratlou to Health, Viooe and Manhood
Guaranteed. Send at once for Illustrated
Pamphlet free. Address
VOLTAIC BFIT CO., Marwrmll, Mich.
A FrieiicL in Need !
DR. SWEET'S
Infallible Liniment
PREPARED from tbe recipe of Dr. Stephen 8 wee
of Connecticut, the ore at natural Bone-Better
Has been usea xor more tnn bi) years ana is sue Ben
known remedy for Kheamatism, Neuralgia, Sprains,
Braise, aurns, fjats, wonnas, ana ail externa, mju
IVuM). Vawwla. .a V
S is W7a w IUB iWaaU M. Mm W ICW1 W1 a
Standard and reliable, and nkvib fails to com.
fort the agea ana neip bvzbxbodt, who uses u.
Sold by all Druggists Xrjr It,
alSsodfcvtf
I, I). PiMIW k M.
Bin Meats, Vegetate. Etc.,
7 and 9J Church Street.
IV. B. Betrfsnlusr June
1st, we shall make daily
trips to tbe West Haven
Sliore for the accommoda
tion of families residing
tbere.
maa
CLARET WINES
k W 1. Y - minaval .UlaW
11
P- S W Hall aw-
V
mm?
Hew Men aid Korthamptoii Railroad.
Eastern Standard Time.
Commexcino June 30th, 1884.-
V .MV.
8.00 a. m. '"2.00p.m. 4.90 p.m.
Ticw York,
New Haven,
Plalnvllle,
7.15 a.m. 10.2!)
4.10
4.53
8.15
11.20
7.18 "
Arrive
N. Hartford,'
Wpntfleld.
9.0S
9.19
10.18
9.55
10.10
10.16
10.45
10.42
1.10 p.m. 5.47
808
8.25
Holyoke, t
12.19
12.53
1.22
1.19
2.01
1.45
2 S3
2.59
4.55
6.45
6.50
S.25
12
6.45
7.06
7.11
7.59
8.25
10.SO
9.53
"Willlamsb'rK.
So.Deerfleld,
Turner'B F'ls,
8hel. Fslls,
-Kin IrinmL
11.E0
,,-111..111.11 11.45
Saratoga, 3 20 p.m
Troy, 3-15
leave
Troy,
7.4;
.45 a.m. 1.28 p.m.
.45 '
araioK.
Willi amstown
ii jn a.iit
7.45 a.m. 12J5 p.m. 4.10
8hel. Falls. 8-S5
Turner'sFTs, 8.S5
Po. Deerfleld. 9.00
l.i. a.w
12.55 " 4.40
1.41 ' 5.25
10.40 a.m. 5.20
North ampt'ii, 6.S4
ft 20 M
2.06 p.m. 5.49
lloiyoKe,
Weetneld,
N. Hartford,
Pl.invllle.
6.45
8.56 "
9.55 "
9.15 "
10.59 "
11.52 "
2.20 p.m.
2.10
2 ss
5 30
S 96
7.09
7.30
8.15
2.55
S 45
4.10
7.20
6.40
8.2S
10JSO
New Haven, 9.17
New York, 11.45
S. B. OPDVKK, Jr., npt,
If VOU ARE GOIN
WEST OR SOUTH
TR WFT. BY THE
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
Tbe Best Kailroad in the World.
4 Onlly KiprfslTraisH io in. wssi,
Annlv for tickets and fnll lnformstion to 3f. 15,
Plates, ticket agent, N. Y., . H. &;H. R. B., New Ha-
1. JB'
Na tori, Sow Haven & Hartford
It. 15., June 15, 1884.
Tralm Lusts Hat.i. a. Follows l
rOB NEW YORK 8 BS, -4 18. 4-18, 6 15, 6 SO, 7 SO
"8 io. 1 3D. - ao. iu 40. i2.uu noon., (l oo p. m.
way train to Stamford), "1 80. '2 so. "3 50 (4 07 wa,
to Stamford, tnenoa Ex. to N. Xorlr), -5 07, 5 fl,
7.10. 1 is milk train wltb pass, accommodations
stops at all stations except Glenbrook, tferand
Beach, Cos Cob, Harrison, Lsrchmont and Pel
bamvllle. (8.00 wav to Bridgeport). 8 88,
p. n. 9 20 p. m. way train for Stamford stops at
all stations except west Haven, tranaava, a oo,
4 18 8.00 s. m 5 00, 7 15, ' S3 p. m.
W as ti in sr ton flight Kxpreas via Karlera
River Leaves at "11 60 p.m. dally.stops at MU
ford, Brldeeport, Sonth Norwalk and StsmforC
FOB BOSTON via SPRINGFIELD "1 02 Blaht. C 69,
8 00, 11 06 a. m., '1 16, 8 12, 26 p. m. Snndays,'! (13
niaav. - -j p. m
WHITE MOUNTAIN EXPRESS 10 05 a m. ihrongh
cars for Whits Mountains on this train.
FOB MONTREAL vis Conn. River and O. V. R. B
all 05 a. m.. 6 26 n. m. dailv excent Snndav.
rOB BOSTON vlaNEW LONDON AND PROVIDENOI
1S 46, night, 10 25 a. m. f ast express 1B16
Newport Express, goes no farther than Provi
dence), '4 10 p. m. Fast Express Snndays 13 46
nignt.
for Boston via Hartford and H . IT. H
E. K K '2 30 a rn. dallv.
For Hartford. Springfield and Bferlden,
ke. 12 16 nlKht, 1 02 nlght,(3 80 a m. to Hart
ford.) 6 52' 8 oo, 10 26, "11 05, a. ro., 12 10 noon,
1 16, 8 12, 4 60 (6 65 to Hartford), "6 26, 8 12 p.
m. tmnaays, wi 02 nlgnt, o m p. m.
fOR NEW LONDON, to. "12 45 night, 8 08, 10 26,
10 35 a. m... "3 IS. 4 10. 5 00. 18 D. m. (9 00 O'
m. train to Guilford goes no farther.) Bnndays
- i-z 40 nignt
VIA B.& N.Y. A13 LINE DIVISION for Middletown.
Willlmsntlc. sc. Leave New Haven for all sta
tions at 8 15 a. m., 1 85. 6 20 p. m. Connect at
Middletown with Conn. Valley RR., and at Willl
mantlo with N.Y. 4 N. E. and N. L. b N.RB., a
Tnrncrvllie with Oolobbsteb Brakoh. Trains
arrive In New Haven at 8 00 a. m., 1 22, 8 29 p.m.
X. M. REED, Vlos President.
"Express trains.
1 Local Express.
PfcllHdelphla and Reading K. K.
BOUND BROOK ROUTE.
ICR TREMTOMARO FHIl.A01iil.PHIa.
station In New York, foot Libert, St., North River
SXMMKNU1NU JUNE 22, 1384.
Leave N. York for Trenton and Fhiladel'a 4.00, 7.46
9.30. 11.15 a. m.; 1.3C, 4, 4.80, 6.30, 7.00 and 19,00 p. m
8'..:idaye, 8.45 a. m.: 6.30, 12 p.m.
For Snnbnry, LewlBbnrg and Wllllamsport, 7.46 a
ra. and 4 p. m. Drawing Room Cars on all day train
and Sleeping Cars on nlKht trains.
Leave Philadelphia, corner 9tb and Greene streets
7. SO, 8.30, 9.80, 11 a. m.; 1.15, 8.45, 6.40, 5.45, 12 p. m
Snndays, 8.30 a m.; 6.30, 12 p. m. f
Leave 3d and Bsrks rts.. 6.10, 8.20, 9.00, 10:80 a. m.;
1, 3.3! , 6.20, 6.80; Sn lid ays, 8.16 a. m.; 4.80 p. m.
Leave Trenton, Warren and Tucker sta, 1.26, 6.S0
8.03, 9.10. 10.08, 11. SS a. m.: 1.64, 4.22, 6.24, 7.28 p. n.
Snndays, 1.25, 9.18a. m.; 6.16 p.m. . - -
O. G. HANCOCK, H. P. BALDWIN,
G. P. a T. A.,Phtladelphla, Gen. East. Pass. Agt.,
New York.
1. E. WOOTTEN, Gen. Manager,
an8tf
HOTJSATON1C BAILBOAD.
Commencing June 36, 1884.
rg-RAINS leave New Haven via N. Y., N. H. H. R.
i R. at 9.30 a. m. and 4.07 p. m., connecting at
Bridgeport for Pittsfleld and intermediate stations,
Albany via State Line and Saratoga, New York Lim
ited Express leaves Bridgeport at 5 25 p. m., arrives
at Piltsneld at 8 30 p. m., connecting for North
Adams, arriving at 9 20 p. m.
H. 11. AVERILL, General Ticket Agent.
W. H. YEOMANS, Superintendent.
General Offices, Bridgeport, Conn. J 25
JNaagratuck JtCailroad.
COMJIENOINO November 19th, 18S3, trsins leave
New Hsven via N. H. D. B U., aonneotina
with this read, as
7:00 a. ra. Oonxcectinp at Anso.- 1th pa" pr-gei
train for Water bnrj. ..aeldat. ivln
ated. 9:60 a. m. Ti-rocgh car fcr Watsrbnry, Watertown,
Lltoboeld, Wlnsted.
IrOOn. m. Connecting at Ansonia with paassngsi
train for Wsterbnry.
1:40 p. m, Through car f or Waterbnry Tatertowo,
Lttchoeld. Wlnsted.
6:20 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia for Waterbnry.
FOR NEW HA VEN Trains lsave Wlnsted : 7:10
an., 1:28 p. m., with throngh csr and at 6:20 p. m.
TRAINS LEAVE WATERBDRY-At 6:80 a. m., 8:2
a. m., thongn oar, 10:60 a. m., 244 p. m., throngb
Sar, 6:46 p, ra. GSORQE W. BEAOH,
Bopsrintendnt.
Bridgeport, Sov. 17. 1883.
Mew Ili4vi aiid Derby Railroad.
Train Arrangement oommencing Nov. 19, '83.
Leave New Haven
At 7:00 and 9:50 A. M. ; 2:00, 6:40, 6:20 P. M. ; Satur
days at 11:0-3 P. M.
Leave Ansonia
At 6:35, 9:05 and 11:40 A. M. ; 3:26 and 7:51 P. M.
Connections are made at Ansonia wit passenger
trains of the Nangatnck Railroad, and at New Haven
with the principal trains of other roads centering
there. E. S. QDINTABD, Sup's,
New Haven. Nov. ITth, 1883
U KM OVAL.
F. A. & D. R. ALLINQ.
Coal Dealers.
Have removed their office temporarily to
G 1 L L A G II K It'S CIGAR S.T ORE
750 Chapel Street.
Opposite their Old Stand.
mst
The Eddy Refrigerator
For family Use.
THE place to find the best Refrigerator is to know
where the Eddy is sold. That is just perfect In
every respect. Sold by
SILAS GALPIiV,
m5 : STATE BTK.KKT.
HOUSE AND SION PAINTING,
URAIMNG and PAPERING.
HANSOM IIIaLLS,
492 STATE STREET,
TODD'S BLOCK.
"H C.hnic AAlectione of
WALL PAPERS, Elegant end Attractive Gilt Papers!
Borders to match. Contracts for Decorating.
PAINTS, OiLi, VABNISH, WINDOW GLASS
BRUSHES and all materials pertaining to
the business.
a26 3m
Rockaway Oysters, Scollops,
Soft and Hard Shell Crabs, Sea Bsss, Salmon, Bine
Bah, Lake White, Halibut, Swordnsh, Perch, Mack
erel, Eels, Lobsters, &c, fcc, at
46 Church Street, cor. of Crown.
S.2H
344 State Street,
Yon can always find choice
Teas, Coffees and Pure Spices.
Coffees Rosxsted Daily.
YALR BAXEi. BUIL.D1XG.
Jy7
CLAIIIVOYANT.
rTTvrTE celebrated Bnslness, Test and Heal ine Medi
P un, MRS. J. J. CLARK, 228 Croivn at., old No.
136, is winning golden opinions daily by her marvel
ous powers. Mrs. Clark may be consulted on all mat
ters pertaining to bnslness, social life, marriage, dis
ease, etc., eto. Under her treatment many in Tali da
In this city have been restored to health. She com
ponnds vegetable remedies from roots, herbs and
DarKS. WHICH nave a siu'fjr.aBaUK fsuaust uu kuw asiits
chronic complaints. Hours. 10 to 12 a. m.( 3 to
4 p. to. and nvwnlngn. a!8
Another Reduction.
THS New Haven Butter Store Has again reduced
to a great extent the Batter to sach a price that
ever j body must be satisfied with the price and quali
ty. Onr trada has increased largely. We can laye
everyone 5 cents on the pound. Stores, hotels and
restaurants can be suDdied by thn tub or greater
quantity. Fresh Eggs as low as the lowest in m arke
at wholesale and retail.
116 Congress Avenue.
A FEHLBERG.
Big: Redaction in Prices of Af eat
Veeretames ana r run.
Peas at 40c a peck. 9GQ quarts of Berries at 13c Let
tuce lo. .aai8nes ia. uornea xw t oo pr
poand. Very large Bananas 2c each.
Everything else very cheap.
L. SCHONBERGER'S.
Na. 1, 2 and 3 Central Market,
Jat , ,
CARRIAGES FOR SALE
CHEAP.
1 light Rockaway, platform
springs; 1 Beach wagon; 1 top
buggy, nearly Dew. Call on or ad
dress 736 CHAPEL ST., Room 7.
LS.MiLL.EK,M. D.
oi j:iapei Mtreeet, between
Orange and Church Streets.
Besidence. - Tontino Hotel.
NEW HAVP.V flONTV
OFFICE HOURS 8 to 12 a.m., 2 to 6 p. m., 7 to 8 p.m
SUNDAY 9 to 10 a. m , 6 to 6 p. m. m7 Sin
M I ak n vvn- Uea. Qntoh. ht. wla. Boott 1TM..
V I Vt Vf 1 Striate Asucf, 1G0 falusi at, N.w Tort.
toilers' mk
Starin's Line.
Daily Except Saturday.
.57 New Haven from 8tarin1 Dock
n.it uTii-" m- rns JOHN H. STA BIN,
a.Z riTioJ, f1 n"aT- Tnmday and Thorn-
cEllD2i!??S,' Trt 'WT 18. foot o f
WIUOI Ul alaUnUI SlJU IJIaZaTMll
trwts every half hour, commanelng at 8:Su p. to
Tlerstaand Staterooms esn b. pu. ana.ua at L." F.
Ryder's, No. 276 Ohspol strset, a th. Tontine Hri.
of, the Dowries N.w.Oo.. 861 obapel street, snd a't
tfmsatatai national Eichaiuia ai -i .
v. vuii.uiii, agent,
m20 N.-w Rsven. Onrn.
,l as nnairiTv . .
m;i ii h i:nti: mini i i i n
DAILY LINE FOR NEW YORK. '
FARE ftl. lri,i mi; Rsrn-s'si
Tickets for the Round Trip $1.50.
THE Steamer O. H. NORTHAM, Captain Y 1 .
Peck, will leave New Haven at 19 n m a.
days exoep'ed. Stale rooms sold at office of Perk'jk
Bishop, 702 Chspel street, and at Klock's Drag Store
corner of Chatwii .ni nhk . . 1
Steamer CONTINENTAL, Captain Stevens, leaves
New Baven at 10.15 a. nC Sandays excepted.
nnVm-'ew Yok,Ine C- H- NORTHAM leaves Peok
HMD It .1 n m rVXJTTXrEx?'v" a T wJ .
r. , v..iiiirii i o'clock p. m..
Sunday Night Boat for New York.
The Rteamsr NEW H WEN, CapUln Wilter n vrmk
leaves New Haven at 10.30 p. m. state rooms' rnlA
J Hon.,. tFresP8temrTnmnr.ce
Bnlldlng, Chspel sreet, commencing at 9 p m
, et! LSL" "1 D8Rs checked thron gh'to Phlla
delphla (both routes), Baltimore and Washloirton
To and Vrom New' York"
SUNDAY BOAT.
Commencing; Sunday, July 1 3.
rfJfTJmo Stesmer EIm 0lty wl , New
i frT7. Haven at O o-clock a, m., returnicg
leave New iork from Peck SUp, E. R.. at 11 p m
arriving at New Haven at an early hour fticm?a
morning. Jy7w '
ANCHOR LINE.
TJ. 8. MAIL STEAMSHIPS
Sail from New York every Satnrday, for
Glasgow via Londonderry.
Cabin Passage, SHO to $80. Second Class $35
Steerage, Passsge (to or from) $15.
Liverpool and Queensfown Service.
F Pler N- B., New York.
IS;,APBTRAL sails July 26, Atig. 23, 8ept. 20.
CITY OF ROME .alls Aug. 9, S?pt. 6, Oct.
Snperb accommodations for all classes of passen.
gers.
Cabin passage (60 to J100, according to accommoda-
tlons. Second Class $40, steerage as above.
For passage. Cabin Plans, Book of Rates, etc. apply
HENDER80N BROTHERS, New York,
Or EDWARD DOWNES, 809 Chapel Street.
BUNNELL a SCRANTON. 216 Chapel Street.
NATIONAL, LINE OF STKAMSHIPS.
BETWKEN NEW YORK, LIVERPOOL.
QUEEN8TOWN AND LONDON DIRECT
SAILING weekly from Pier 39, North River, New
York. Are among the largest steamships cross,
ng the Atlantic. Cabin rates, $60 to $100: Excursion
at special rates ; out.ard steerage $17, and prepaid
steerage tickets, $19. "Being $2 lower than most
otner ,'n, New steamship America's first trip
to New York, 6 dsys, 15 honrs and 41 mlnntes
. . ' w- J- Hurst, Manager.
Agents at New Haven, BUNNELL & SCRANTON
W FITZPATRICK. A. MCALLISTER, GEORGE m!
... . ....... .... a 1 1 i.yi
Dr. John L. Lyon's
Orsnd Meilcil avnd Surgical Oftice.
THE old reliable, most celebrated, skillful an!
successful physician in this country, permanent
iy located in New Haven tince May, 1K51, takes pleas
ure in announcing to the citizens of the Unite
States end elsewhere that he has removed his offios
from 1U. C li a. pel street to Clio rein street,
Room 11, Hoadley HnHditifi, opposite th
PostolUce, up one flic tat of stairs; cn
trance either at 49 Ciiart'H street or 6f
Crown street, where tbe a filleted cm consult him
in private upon all diseases that Dteb is heir to from
i a, m. to 9 p. m. Jr. Lyon will continue as horotofors
to treat all diseases of every name and nature witfe
that marvelous success which loi g yars of ezperl
enoa has given htm Thousanus of tecttimonlas from
grateful patients soatched from the brink of thf
grave now rejoicing In the perfectlc n of health attest
the unsrring Bklll of Dr. Lyon. He especially iuvltei
those whose diseases under other rut t hods of treat
ment have remained intractive to call upon him,
Visit him and he will at once describe your conJltiori.
Perhaps you would liave been cured if your phjslclaa
had understood your cace.
If you have tried 'or health and failed it is no
son why you shonlc. not try axaln. U'Ith is ire
clous to aR and if he cannot relieve your case he wit
tell you so. He can refer you to many, perhaps worst
than yea are, that were given up by their puyBicianf
and friends, who now e Jloy good health. He wili.de
bo rib your case so ''.early that you will know he per
fectly understands your disease. It is something oi
great importance to you, although very easily accom
plished by him, though no more wonderful than true.
It is only the starl 1 tin point to health for the physi
cian to understand your d'aeaee, ii5 then admiulstel
the simple remedy to remove that disease. Come, hi
will do you good You may be faithless. He wii
give yon faith by his perfeet knowledge of your die
ease. Come ; he will remove tbat coughs pain In th
head, side and back; remove that cold, sinking ol
burning at the stomach, stiff Joints, rheumatism,
gout, fever, sores, cancers, salt iheum, erysipelas)
scald head and all bad humors, with his vegutahM
mediolnes.
Persons at a distance may consult Dr. Lyon oy iet
ter (post-paid), describing their case, and have wedl
clnes securely put up and forwarded by express ts
any part of the United Htates with full and explicit
directions for u ex Offl -e arranged with aeparatf
apartmei-taoo that patients see none but ths doctor.
Tha following art some of the diseases whioh Dr
Lyon snocersfully treats : Coughs, colds, consump
tion, bronchitis, aithma, sjre throats, liver com
plaint, kidney complaint, scrofula, erysipelas, saif
rheum, cancer, tumors, rheumatis u chronic and in
flammatory dropsy and piles blind and bleeding,
aud all hoinors and eruptions of the blood and skin.
Ha challenges the world to surpass him In cleansing
the blood and entire system of all impurities, a
class of diseases from the effects of which thousands
and tens of thousands go to a premature grave. It
radically and permauently cured by Dr. Lyon. Hii
suceetB in this clarsof ailments is not only gratify
ing bitt simp'y wonderful. The patient after putting
himse f or herself under the doctor treatment ooor
munops to improve at once, aad the sallow complex
Ion and cadaverous appearance is succeeded by
rosy cheeked hue of health. Therefore If you BuftbJ
fr.tm any of tha following complaints hasten at onoc
to the o flic 3 of Dr. Lyon. Spermatorrhea or In vol u a
tar y seminal em'sslous, aeminai weakness, and ever)
species i f genital irritability, gonorrhea, syphlUi
gleet, proUjwus uteri or taj ing of the womb, leacor
rhea or whites, an 1 Of- ar sUrming and painful com
plaint It cldental to both sexes.
T Fh.ual.kh Ihe disaaecs peculiar to females
caused by weakness, deformity, disease and frors
taking cold, suppression, lr regular it ies, painful an
hnxterfect menntrnation. prnlspsns ntri or falling ol
the womb ipeedpj, an effectually cured, ConsniTa
tlon free. Advice and medicine given In all diseases1
for $1 or more, according to the severity of ths case.,
If you wlBh to oommunlcate by letter, state fully your
disease, your age, symptoms, duration of illuews, supJ
posed cause and whether married or single, and In all
pases the xoost Inviolable aecresy may be relied up-ij
nclose a Btamp for return postage, and address all
oommunicatlons to or call upon Dr. J..L.jLyon, 4
Church street. New Haven, Conn.
Appended are a few testimonials. Want of space
forbids the publishing of more. Their names will be
cheerfully given to those desiring them by calling at
thA rirTtor'a offina. f'Aiis, tana In that af m. ltui- vhW
was pronounced by three of the moet prominent phy-1
ioians of her native city to be in the last stage af
consumption, and told that her case was helpless ana
hppelaBs. after being restored to sound heilth by,
Dr. Lyon she set tbe following letter, earnestly rer
nuestanfi that it should be published in the heps the
ft might reach others similarly afflicted :
$o all who may be atnlcted with that common dis
ease, consumption,, or any weakness of the lungs. I
would appeal to them to Immediately consult Dr.'
John L. Lyon, of New Haven, Conn., feeling su -
that by so doing they may be restored to health.
several years I was troubled with ft cough, hsmo.
rhage of the tings and the usual symptoms of coa
sumption. Z consulted and wss treated by some ol
the most eminent physicians the count -y afferdeel
without deriving any permanent benefit whatever.
In tb living of 18C3 the disease made such rapid
progress that my attending physlclaa and friends
gave up all hopes of my recovery. On the IGth of
Mar, 1BG3, I consulted th above named doc tar. I
was at that time reduced to a perfect wrack of my
former self, coughing incessantly, and U would seem
just on the verge of the grave. After the usual ex
amination he lndly but plainly informed me as oth
ers had done, that; my disease was incurab'a; that I
had but a. few months to live. Having great confi
dence in his skill, I insisted upon his treating my
esse. He did so and with astonishing success, la
twenty days from tha time I commenced the use af
his medicines my oough was less frequent, I suffered
no more from hemorrhage of the lungs, and slay by
day found the terrifying symptoms of consumption
disappearing, and was gradually regaining health. 1
waa treated by him one year at the end of that time
I can trnly say I was restored ta perfect health. It
Is now March, and no symptoms of the disease
are felt, I have reason to feel sure that I shall aniTer
no return r t tha disease, and it is not only a pleas,
ure V me, but a duty I feel that I owe to handroda at
sufferers who N being dally carried to the grave by
oonsumptlon, to rge upon them tha necessity oif
staking relief where It may bs found.
Very respectf ally. D. V. S.
The Udy wha wrote tbt raregoing continues la pea
foot health.
The following ta an extract from a letter reesfTafl
from patient treated and eared af ssmiaal weak
I) it. Ltoh Dear Blr It Is hnposslbio for zae to fab
lv eroress ruv aratltude to you concernlni! the effect
which your medicine has produced upon my system.
I have. Job finished the medicine you put up for ma
and can truthfully ayy that I feel a different being.
My appetite 1 very regular and I am not troubled
with dull headache that I once had. and elsea
never was ao refreshing, aa I am not disturbed wlta
dreams. Before I oatoe to you it was difficult for me
to confine my tb oughts for anv lene-th of time to an
subject, undoubtedly owing to that complaint, and
tha contrast la quite noticeable. If I aver know oe
troubled with that complaint I shall immediate1 y dV
rec .asia w you aa anenectuai means of scan cua
fr It seams io ma that I almost owe my rife to you.
for If It had been allowed to grow upon me the time
could not have been far distant when that incurable
disease (consumption) wen Id have been deeply seated
in my system. Please accept my sincere thanks fra
your treatment; thns far. I remain yonrs truly,
Special Notice,
JAMES G, McALPISE
RESPECTFULLY Informs his friends and ths pnb
lie that after an association of eighteen year,
with the firm of i. B. Klrby a Son, hs has opened th.
store
008 C HA PEL STREET,
next to the Boston Grocery Store, and feels eonfld.nl
from tatrty years experience in London, England,
and this city. In the actnsl niakini; and repairing of
an. watches that he la qqaltaed to give satisfaction,
and ho hopes by strlot attention to bnslness sna
moderate charges to merit a share of their patronage.
rolTVf
WM. D. BRYAN,
CUSTOM! TA I LOB.
No. 127 Chnroh Street,
lssslllngl
DRESS AND BUSINESS SUITS
tu i lss las tit' Mrcrt, "
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