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II SPECIAL For thirty days we will offer the balance of" our Sum mer Goods of every description at prices to in sure IMMEDIATE SALE. Tremendous prices. stock White Suites, White and Ecru Robes, Summer shawls, Etc., Etc., 7?7 764 and. 768 Onapel St, HAMMOCKS MOST Also a Large Stock of Chinese Fans, Lanterns, Etc. AT G. J. MOFFATT'S 493, 4G7, 499 &,xxL PIANOS TO RENT ! 1865 :1884 j A full set of SECOND-HAND BAND INSTRUMENTS tor sale very cheap. A Large Stock or Drums for the Campaign al ways on hand. O. JSL. "board and rooms. -jf A FEW gentlemen can be accommodated EfiiJtji with first-class board and pleasant rooms with WllIiU m -l urn i mnrnvomonlD TvalifTT CAr,rifl tfi none in the city. Terms moderate. Apply at Je8 lm 35 WOOSTEB PLACE. SPRUCE TIMBER ! i Having secured our new stock ol Spruce Logs we are now pre pared to cut frame timber to bill at lowest Market prices. Studding planed to uniform width with out charge. I NEW HAVEN STEAM SAWMILL GOMPANY. Foot of Chapel Street jyl2 lot BLOCK ISLAND CODFISH Just received the genuine article. Also salted Salmon, Canned Salmon, Spiced Salmon, Smoked Herring1. D. S. COOPER, Jyl5 378 STATE STREET. D. M. WELCH & SON Offer 35 boxes large juicy Lemons at 15c dozen 2 dozen for 25c. This is a bargain. Look at them. BUTTER IS HIGHES. "We have received 40 tubs of the choicest Cream ery Butter we have had this season. Although But ter is hieher we shall sell it at 25c lb. or Ah lbs for $1. Full cream Cheese only 12c lb. Good Cheese 6c pound. Long Island Potatoes at 35c peck, $1.35 per bushel. Fresh Champion Peas at 40c peck. We shall receive a fresh lot of Blackberries and Currants Friday and Saturday morning. Wait for them. If you want to can or make jelly it will pay you. Fresh native Beets every mornincr, 4c bunch 2 bunches for 7c. Native String ana Butter Beans fresh this evening. Butter Beans 40c peck. String Beans 40c peck. Ripe Tomatoes at 10c quart. Pure Lard 11 lbs for $1. Pure Mized Candy only 12c pound. Look at the Feather Weight Baking Powder. A cup and saucer or a hand-painted plate given away with every box. Everybody wants the Momaja Coffee because it is the best Coffee ever sold in New Haven for the money. If you have not tried it, do so. Remember we sell the Shredded Oats at 15 cents a package 2 for 25c. The best article ever sold. Try a sample package. Washburn & Pillsbury's Patent Flour at lower prices than can be bought elsewhere in this city. If you no not believe it, come and be convinced. a gooa tfiacK iuare ror saie cneap. D. M. WELCH & SON, Xos. 38 and 30 Congress Avenue. Tbe Largest Cash Grocers in the State. j!7 SPECIAL NOTICE. JAMES O. McAIPEVE Respectfully informs his friends and the public that after an association of eighteen years with the Arm of J. B. KIRBY & Son, has opened the store OOS CHAPEL. STREET, next to the Boston Grocery Store, and feels confi dent from thirty yearn experience in London, Eng land, and this city, in the actual making and repair ing of fine watches that he is qualified to give satis faction and he hopes by strict attention to business and moderate charges to merit a share of their pat ronage. mlTtf CHEAP WOOD ! WE are now selling our block wood, consisting of large pieces of Spruce, Maple and Southern pine, at S3 per half cord. 'Also furnish the best kind ing wood in market, consisting of DRY SPRUCE and SOTTHERN PINE mixed and of suitable size for Immediate use. Seven large barrels of this wood delivered in your yard or cellar for SI. Orders by telephone or postal card receive our prompt attention. NEW HA YEN STEAM SAWMILL COMPANY. Foot or Chapel Street. frl2 lOt GREAT MIDSUMMER Closing -Out Sale CORSETS, HOOP SKIRTS AND BUSTLES IN OUR CORSET DEPARTMENT, Bolton & Neely, SUCCESSORS JE. MALXEY &, CO. DO YOU WANT TO LIVE WELL AJVD NOT COST MUCH Then buy your Groceries of E. S. Stevens. Good goods, low prices and full weight. C Bblg Soft Wood, S of Hard, SI. I am selling for cash at way down prices, MEATS AND VEGETABLES. FLOUR! FLOUR! FLOUR 1 The very best Flour in the city for $7 per barrel, SSc per bag. Good Flour for $6.25 per barrel. 85c per bag. Tea, Coffee, Spices at low figures. Quality unsur passed. Ton cannot do better than give me a call, for I can and will sell goods as low as tbe lowest. . Telephone connectioa. Goods delivered. E. S. STEVENS, 97 WHALLET AVENUE. . )jit .... Mpccinl polices. NOTICE ! of Parasols at ' wholesale Etc. HAMMOCKS Paper Warehouse, SOI State Street ORGANS TO RENT ! MRS. DE. J. A. WEIGHT, Psvchometrist and Clairvoyant. Consultation on Business, Minerals, Health and al Personal Matters. Readings of Character by Handwriting, Photograph or Hair. Price Gentlemen, $2; Ladies, $1. Mrs. Wright can be consulted at her office, 98 Or ange street, daily, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. m28tf txtjerlitmmctits. LADIES' RIDING CLUB I For Particulars Apply to MRS. R. M. HOOKER, 21 STLVAN AVEKUE. jel7 3m IZxtxvcsxons. TO GREENPORT, L. I., Tuesday, July 22, BY STEAMER ELM CITY. Tickets 75c; children 40c. Will leave Steamboat Dock at 8:30 a. m. If stormy, next fair day. j!8 4t PICNICS, Excursions and Fishing Parties. The Stermer Ivernia HAVING recently been painted and improved will ; be let for picnics, excursions and fishing parties. 1 Sunday schools or family parties carried with com j fort and safety, and landed at different points along the shore. Can be chartered for moonlight excur sions un me oouna. a or lniormation aaaress J. E. BISHOP & CO., 293 North Front Street, Fair Haven, Conn. Also telephonic communication. Fish lines and bait furnished to parties wishing them. jyl2 12t STARIN'S GLEN ISLAND. America's Day Summer Resort ! TWO GRAND CONCERTS DAILY. DILLER'S MILITARY BAND. SUPERIOR DINNERS A LA CARTE. Klein Dcutschland ! THE STEAMER JOHN H. STARIN, CAPT. MCALLISTER, Will make the first trip TUESDAY, JULY 8th, and from this date till the close of the season will make TWO TRIPS WEEKLY To Glen Island and Return. Every Tuesday and Thursday, From Starin's Pier, foot of Brewery street (five minutes1 walk from Railroad Depot) at 8:30 a. m. sharp. Returning leave GLEN ISLAND at 3:30 p. m., arriving in New Haven in time to connect with 8 o'clock train. Excursion tickets (New Haven to Glen Island and return) - - 75c. New Haven to New York and return via Glen Island and Pier 18, North river - $1.50. Single tickets to Glen Island - 50c. Fare from Glen Island to New Haven - 50c. THOMAS WILL FURNISH THE MUSIC ON THE BOAT EVERY TRIP. No intoxicating drinks obtainable on this steamer. Glen Island is officered by efficient uniformed police. Ladies and Children unattended will find nothing to mar their pleasure. Positively no free list. C. M. CONKLIN, je30tf Agent, Starin's Pier. Acknowledged the finest excursion steamer eve run from New Haven. THE SUPERB STEAMER PHILADELPHIA, (Capacity 600 Passengers) FOR BRANFORD POINT AND THIMBLE ISLANDS. DAILY. Leave Belle Dock at 9:45 a. m. and 2:45 p. m. Leave Islands at 13:15 and 5:15 p. m. Leave Branford Point at 1:05 and 6:05 n. m FARE EACH WAY - - - - 35 CENTS. Special low rates for excursions. For moonlight sails this steamer is unexcelled. Address Jyl F. W. HINMAN, City. REMOVAL SALE On the 1st or August I will occu the store in Got. English's New Building, No. 152 & 154 Crown St. In the meantime I will sell off my large stock of goods, consist ing of ISO different brands of WINES AND LIQUORS rather than incur the expense and trouble of removing goods from one location to anoth er. I deal only in pure goods. Fine Cigars a Specialty. H. J. REYNOLDS, 147 CROWN STREET, New Haven, Conn. Jyu Cheapest place in the city to buy wood by the cord, half cord, quarter cord or barrel. Orders by mall or telephone will receive prompt attention, NEW HAVEN WOOD YARD. noUtfis - EAST ST.. OPP. MYRTLE. A PRIZE Send six cents by postage and re ceive free a costly box of goods which will help all, of either sex, to uMiuvy riiu tiw.y uian any else in the world. Fortiinea nw.it b-AMI absoiutely'sure. At once Address TRUE & Co., Augusta, Maine. fe7wlt VARICOCELE LOTS FOR SALE. MSIX valuable Building lots on Nash street, between Eagle and Willow streets. Lots each 50x125. Terms easy. One-half or more can remain. Also a lot on Eagle street, 100 feet front, and a large triangular piece of land hi the rear. For par- jy2 759 Chapel Street. FOR BENT. TO a sood tenant, first floor of house 755 miU otate street, at a low price. Also two tene- Ji&igL ments on Orchard street. Inquire at 146 urown street. ItIjUsLiT it jyatf THOMAS O'BRIEN & CO Seal Estate and Loan Agents, 800 CHAPEEL STREET. $50,000 to loan at 5 and 6 per cent, to sums to suit. r or stue, aouoie nouse ana lot, cuxiou on (jimp street, ror ,avu. ctmau nouse ana large lot on ver- non street for $3,500. Large two family house on i Orchard street, opposite Charles street, for $2,250 a bargain. A small honse and large lot on Congress avcinnr, wj whu ior mucn less in an ic is worm, i as the owner is leaving the city. Two houses on w aiiace street, near (jrand, ror sale very cheap. KSjr-Qfflce open every evening. j2 FOR SALE, A FINE residence in West Haven on First avenue, containing 11 rooms, also barn, hen nery. Datn nouse and all neeessarv onthiiild- ings, in good repair; well stocked with fruit trees and grapevines. Lot, 340 feet front with a depth of 50 feet, the rear facing the harbor. Also a house and lot on Water street. Lot 95 feet front, running ueuciL lo i.i ciuuuiei twu ieec aeep; a gooa location ior a ousiness enterprise aesinng a wnarf privilege. iw li ivl., uui uu vn ouuress WALTER A. MAIN, j23 West Haven Conn. FOR RENT. .jpTi ONE front room, 73x38, on fourth floor of tSKUl tminnimac Building-. No. 698 Chanel street. jmiL Very desirable for a light manufacturing bus iness, premises being supplied with steady power, steam neat and elevator for freight. Lighted on tnree sides, may De leasea ror a term or years. HENRY F. ENGLISH. m29tf 98 Orange Street. BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE! fir MONEY furnished to assist men in buiiding JeiSLhouses. R. E. BALDWIN'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY, 818 CHAPEL STREET. j37daw FOR RENT, tFIVE rooms Fo. 553 State street, water clos et, gas and water; and five rooms corner South and Park streets. Inquire at No. 792 Chapel street, Room 2. JACOB HELLER. myg . FOR SALE, rpHREE HUNDRED AND FIFTY FEET of land 1 in the Haeventn ward, mce very low. T. O. Sloan &. Son, Room 3, Benedict Building. .iy9 FOR SALE. No. 250 James street, just north of Grand street, on a lot 35x100, a nearly new seven rooin nouse that can be occupied bv two small families. The entire premises have been well cared ior ana are in nrst-ciass oraer. rice sa,ooo. FOR RENT. The Grand Street IJverv Stablon fold niimhpr luruieny occupiea oy Alien oeaman. i ne premises are modern and desirable in all respects and in per- icut uruer. luere tiro accommoaauons ior inirrv- six horses and ample storage for the carriage outfit. 2x iuv yi iw iiiu tvuuu w lit do inaut) w a respon- FORREST. Thirteen houses and thirtv-one tenements in vari ous pans oi me ciry. d upen evenings. HORACE P. HOADLEY, jio HOADLEY BUILDING. FOR REST, . A first-class house on York street, near ! Chapel. Has 12 rooms. All modern conven iences, ana in tine condition throughout. In quire at 174 York street. m5 rN VIEW of the opening of the new railroad to est iiaven mere win De some can ior Building Eots. I hare a tract of land, flnelv situated, close bv West Haven Green, on Church street, 400 feet front and 200 feet deep, which I will sell at $5 per front foot, or will take less for the whole of it. There is nothing else so favorably located that can be bought nearly as low. t.u w AKll A. KA . ailtf REALTY EXCHANGE ! Houses, Lots, Rents, Loans. For rent, houses, tenements and stores in erood lo- For sale or exchange Property for business rm poses within four minutes'1 walk of postofflce. Fiftv ehoice lots on Kelsey and Ridge avenues, West Haven. CaU at once. F. M. UlvMSO Y. Room 4, Glebe Building, corner Church and Chapel streets. ml9 OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS. FOR SALE, A NUMBER of Rood iota in different parts -SLiJlL, A fine house with all the improvements, lo cated in the center of the city; can be seen at any unit;. FOR RENT, A number of good Houses and Tenements. Money to loan in amounts to accommodate. Call NO. 70 CHURCH STREET, ROOM 2. tOffice open evenings from 7 to 8. i.. F. COMSTOCK. je28 FOR SALE. j. TWO family house on Sylvan avenue, $800 cash required. Two family house on Jackson 2ahstreet, casn required. m8tf GEO. A. ROOT, 808 Chapel St. A. M. HOLMES, HOUSE MOOVER. HAS for rent the 2d floor of house No. 83 Houston fot.. S10 per month. Half of house JNo. 4. Lewis bt. vjo Clinton Ave.. 1st floor. 10 per month. Half of House 177 Meadow St.. Sl5 per monrn. xa noor sxo. lafNewnaust.. ssoermontn. and two rents on Ivy St., for $8 per month each. aiso ior saie nouses a wooisey bt., lwuiinton Ave., i auuura oi,., ami Atwater t., on easy terms. 53?" Wanted Thirty more houses to rent. ma4 OFFICE 59 CHURCH STREET. HINMAN'S REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENCY. Monev to loan at 5 per cent. Property In all parts of the citv for sale. Seashore residences and lots at Savin Rock Shore and West Haven. The beautiful Savin Rock, including sev eral acres of natural grove. This is the finest loca tion for a hotel or residence in the State and will be sold at a bargain. L. B. HINMAN mya b-i Church St. FOR RENT. Several nice Houses. Tenements For Rent. A lot of first-class Tenements, $10 to $30 per montb. U Ht A I J Fire insurance policies iriven in the best com Danips aim none otnera. Those who are changing their residences this spring would do well to call. We will insure your Furniture or Dwelling at the LOWEST POSSIBLE KATES. Property placed in our hands will be Drooerlv Lenten care 01. Repairs made at lowest rates by competent work men. Rents Collected. II. C. LOXG'S AGENCY, 63 CHURCH STREET. Open Evanings. Opposite Postofflce. a25tf B.M. HOOKER. 19 Exchange Building. HAS FOR RENT First floor on Cedar street. Second floor on Saltonstall avenue. First floor on Sylvan avenue. First floor on Poplar street. First floor on Goffe street. First floor on Stanley street. Second floor on Whalley avenue. Farm in Farir Haven. Also a lar&re house on TTip-h Rfmt, 14 rnnm flnflv mimausu-ou iiupiuvcuicuu), lw reui lur Liie season at pnee 01 uuiurnisnea. W. C. WARREN. Mftnawr of rontino- H ,tLw- BLAINE!agentwanted CLEVELAND The best pictures! puoiished. Size32x . Heaw Tinner beautiful tints.Send I 25 cents for sanrole copy, or 50 cents for Ithe two Tlint.ure LOGAN 25 HENDRICKS. WRE,N 8. ROBINSON, 91 OliveT Street, Boston THE SURE CURE TOS KIDNEY DISEASES, .LIVER COMPLAINTS, COllSTiPATIQN, PILES, AND BLOOD DISEASES. PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY. Kidney-Wort la tba most mniwrnl remedy - . , nw inc. jioniann.vL 'Kidney-Wort im always zettabla. Xr. S. Xf. Clark, Bo. Hevo, Vt. -Kld-WiotixmywlftaftOTtwtjysara raStaiat." Sr. o. IC BoBunarUn, 8m H1U, GaT IN THOUSANDS OF CASKS Hhaa eared where all elaa bad fhuad. It i mild, but efficient, CEKXASl IS ITS ACTIOlfTliat hnrmlnnaln all oanmi O-It eleaaae tae Bleed aa Stmctaeaa aad dree JVew lib to all tbe Importaiit orsaiu the body. Tbe natazal action of tbe Kidney la restored. Tbe Uver Is oleanesd of -! rllinaau. and tbe Bowels move freely and heaUbfoUv In this way tbe worst liisnssna are nUiaSi from tbe system. PBICaV (Leo UOUtD OB DKT, SOLS BT PRCQGMTa. "Dry ean be sent bv mx.il. WILM, RICIIAIU803T Aee.BariltesiTt. LACTART. , THE ACID OF MILK. A Pure, Healthful, Refreshing Drink, aiding Diges tion. Sold by Druggists everywhere. AVERY LACTATE, OO., Boston, Mass. jy9eoduo8 Eta ;3Xew 'gxibliaxtious. THE MIDSUMMER HOLIDAY CENTURY. This magazine for August, is, as usual, the Midsummer Holiday Number. It is espe cially notable for the beauty of its illustra tions, for short stories, anecdotal papers, out-of-door sketches, etc., adapted to the vacation season. It contains the OPENING CHAPTERS OF TWO NOT. EliKTTES, by , Henry James and H. II. BayeMn. HUMOROUS SHORT STORIES, by Frank R. Stockton and "Ivory Black," BEACTIFCLLT ILLUSTBATEB AR TICLES, on British Wild Flowers, by John Burroughs ; with over a dozen illustra tions of the fox-glove, primrose, daisy, daf fodil, etc.. etc.. bv Alfred Parsons. Recent Architecture In Amer ica, III. Commercial buildings, by Mrs. Schuyler Van Rensselaer. On the Track, of Ulysses, by J, W. Stlllman. Illustrated by Harry Fenn, The first of a series of papers of rare archae ological interest, . aescriDing -a cruise the Mediterranean, undertaken at the tense of The Century Magazine. SKETCHES OF PERSONAL INTER' EST, concerning Chinese Gordon. General Sam Hounon, ronraits.) Queen of Ronmanla, (Portraits.) IK. hkviuk. dy tieoree w. uaDie. This part contains stirring descriptions of the Confederate troops leaving New Orleans, and of the march of the Seventh regiment down Broadway, June, lebl. OTHER CONTRIBUTORS are : WaafiinirEon Gladden. Edward Ecrerleaton AV. I. Howells, JTIaurice Thompson. Edith M. Thomas, George rartona Lainrop and others. Topics of the Time. Open Letters Brlc-a-Rrac. Price, 35 cents; $4. 00 a year. Sold everywhere. The Century Co., New York, N. Y. jyi9 it Local Weather Record FOB JULY 18, 1884. 7:16 A. H. 11:18 3:16 7:16 11:16 A. M. P. If. P.M. P.M. 29.94 ' 29.90 29.90 29.91. 75 75 71 66 50 53 69 84 Barometer 29.94 Thermometer ... 65 Humidity 73 Wind, in direction ana velocity m 'miles per hour. .N 4 S 4 S 8 8 4 SW S Weather Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear. Mean bar., 29.91G; mean temp., b8.7; mean humid- itv. 70. Max. temp., 77.6; min. temp., 58.; rainfall mcnes. Max. velocity of wind, 10 miles. FOR JULY 18, 1883. Mean bar. , 30.018; mean temp., 71. ; mean humid- ity. S8. .s temp., 80.; min. temp., 64. J. H. SHERMAN, Sergt S. C. U. S. A. ' A minus sicti T 1 prefixed to thermometer read ings indicates temperance below zero. J A dash prefixed to rainfall figures indicates precipitation too small to measure. MINIATURE ALMANAC, JULYal9. Suiff Rises, Sun Sets, 4:39 I 7:24 Moon Sets, 1:45 Hioh Watbb, 8:39 BIRTHS. NORTH In this city, July 18ih, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. A. H. North. MARRIAGES. DURHAM PARKER In Brooklyn. N. Y.. July 8th. by the Rev. Mr. Zimmerman, Edward Durham of Brooklyn and Emma Parker off Hartford. DEATHS. KINGSLEY Friday evening.July 18, Mrs. H.Louise limgsiey. daughter or the late colonel Timothy Upham (U. S. A..) of Portsmouth, New Hamp shire, and wife of William L. Kingsley, of this citv. : once or runerai nerearter. ROBERT! In this city, July 17, Luigi Robert!, in the hist vear of his ase. Funeral service at his late residence, G97 State street, this (Saturday) afternoon at 3 oclock. Buna! private. MARINE EI ST. PORT OF NEW HAVEN. BELOW. A Bark with lumber, name not known. sailed. Sch Luiu Amerman, Rulon, for Baltimore. FOR RENT, A SUITE of unfurnished rooms on first floor suitable for a doctor's office; also pleasant y.roonis on second noor; ooara n aesirea. 139 ELM STREET. jyl92t City. FOR RENT. FOUR upper rooms brick house No. 72 Mar tin street (between Howe and Dwight streets). UaLPrice Sll a month. R. P. COWLES. jy!9 3t 47 Orange Street. FOR SALE. LIGHT carriage; has been used only four II. months; the owner has no use for it. Innuire at NO. 16 PEASI. STREET. Jyl9 2t SEASONABLE ARTICLES, FOR Excursions, Picnics, and Yachting Parties. Every kind of Canned and Potted Meats, Fruits, Preserves. Fancy Groceries and Table Delicacies, in- hcludinpr Mineral Waters. Wine and Bottled Goods generally. kliw. Hi. halla sujn, jyi'j 1 1 u una pei atreec. riftUAJIC D A TCMT CUIDT " Is the most perfect fitting, the finest quality, the oebx maae, ana cneapest smrc in rne woria. Only to be had in this city of T. F. MERWI, SOLE AGENT FOR NEW HAVEN. Office at Residence. No. 28 Oolleee street. Postal orders receive prompt attention. jyl9 FLOWER HOLDERS. A fine Assortment for about half price 35c to $1 AT NORTHROP'S, 697 CHAPEIj STREET, jyl9 , Just below the Bridge. SPRING CHICKENS. Snriner Lamb. Roast Beef. Veal. Fine Corned Beef. All kinds of Vegetables and Fruit at very low prices. bananas at oc a dozen at L. SCHONBERGER'S, 1, 2, 3 Central Market. jyi9 READY-MIXED PAINTS, ALL SHADES! Artist Materials, Chamois Skins, sponges, Carriage Top Dressing, Cotton Waste. THOMPSON & BELDEN. 396AND39S STATE STREET. COURIER BUILDING. Jyl9 MRS. J. J. CLARK, Clairvoyant, Is now at Lake Pleasant, Montague Co., Mass. She will return to this city in September. All letters addressed as above will receive nromnt i attention. ivlS MADE TO ORDER E. MERWIN'S SON, 3S3 STATE STREET. Established 1S57. BEST NEW PROCESS $6.75 PER BARREL. HARRY LEIGH, 670 Chapel Street. Connected by telephone. J18 BROADWAY GASH STORE. Nice Cucumbers 2c each. Cuba and Bermuda Onions 40c a peck. Tomatoes tic a quart. Round Steak 18c a lb. Ton Round Steak lRc a lh TmuW- loin Steak 22c a lb. Porterhouse Steak 22o a lb. Best Rib Roast 18c a lb. Chuck Roast Beef 1 4c a lb. Souri Meat 5c a lb. We are selluu? Knrino- Tnh and Prime Veal very low. Corned Beef from & to 12c a lb. Sugrar Cured Hams 15J4c, also Sugar Cured Shoulders only 11c a lb. Fresh Bologna 16c a lb. Cooked Corned Beef 16c a lb for Saturday. Nice Fowls for roastin&r 24c a lb. all full dreawvi Also Spring Chickens (large broiling) only 28c a lb. and many other bargains at PAUL JENTE& BROS'., IOI and 107 Broadway. jyi ; BLOODGOOD HOUSE, Catskill Mountains. A delightful report on the hifl-hest rum of tha Catskill. Postofflce, telegraph office, delightful scenery , no malaria, good board and pleasant rooms. Inquire of ISAAC F. GRAHAM, Manager, R. a. DUNN & CO., 747 Chanel street, New Haven, CL, or the proprietors, . BLOODGOOD BROS., - uuveouuiep uensonvuie, ureeoe tx x, x. I w r I flora FLOUR News by Telegraph mOM ALL QUARTERS. CRAZED BY THE COLD. The Terrible Fate of Ser geant ELlison WHILE SEEKING THE POLE. The Eemains of the Oth ers Coming Home. THE SPREAD OF THE CHOLERA. measures to Keep it From Our Shores. THE RKSCIKD EXPLORERS. Ellison' Terrible SnfTerlnga Frost bitten So Badly Tbat He Coes Inaane and Dies. St. Johk, N. F., July 18. The twelve dead bodies brought back from the Arctic are preserved in alcohol, but air tight metal coffins are now being made for each. The ships are to remain here a week and then proceed to New York. The officers of the relief expedition are naturally elated with their success and because of their courtesy and kindness are very popular here. The ships were ably handled, driven north at all hazards and great credit is due to the n cuers. me survivors were not expecting aid so early in the season. Ellison, who had his hands and feet frozen early in the winter. would nave jivea tne longest witliout aid as ne could not move and exnaust his vitality. His comrades placed a bag of water near him wnien ne could open with, nis teeth, fastened a wooden spoon to the stump of his arm and placed ail avaiiaoie rood within his reach. Had the relief ships been two days later' he would have been the only survivor. After reaching Disco amputation became necessary ana tnen ne Decame insane and died. Tbe News Broken to Jlrn. Pavey, MAKrsvnxE, Mo., July 18. Mrs. Lillia Pavey, wife of Dr. Octave Pavey, surgeon and naturalist of the Greely expedition, received news yesterday afternoon from General Hazen of Washington of the rescue of Lieutenant Greely and some of his comrades and the death of her husband. She took the intelli gence of the death of the doctor much t.o heart, but is more composed to-day and anx iously waiting further particulars. Mrs. Pavey has resided with her uncle, Rev. Dr. Richardson, for the past eisht months and has taught a select school for young ladies. She has the deepest sympathy of her many friends here. Tbe Caskets for tbe Dead. Washington, D. C, July 18. Admiral Nichols, acting Secretary of the Navy,this af ternoon received a telegram from Comman der Schley stating that the iron caskets for the dead will be delivered July 25 and as the remains are transferred to them he will sail for New York. The Loch Garry, Cap tain Schley says, sustained some slight injury to her hull. He has appointed a board of three officers to ascertain the extent. He states that a week of rest for the officers and men is most grateful to them. The flags of the ship he says will fly at half-mast during his stay at St. Johns ont of respect to the dead. Admiral Nichols says that none of the whalers accompanying the Bear and Thetis are entitled to any portion of the $25, 000 reward offered by the government for the rescue of the Greely party. X1II2 LADI JU NOV II1IIIII.I1. A Decision Affecting tbe Pension De partment. Washington, D. C, July 18. In response to a call from the. civil service commission for applicants for examination to fill the one hundred and fifty pension office examiners' positions created by the recent act quite a number of jladies filed their applications. As there seemed to be some question about the eligibility of ladies for the positions Commis sioner Eaton has consulted with the Secreta ry of the Interior, who has decided that the positions are obviously such as could not be filled by women. THE SCOTT LAW TAX. Delinquent Saloon Keepers to Be Pros- ecoiea. Cincinnati, O., July 18. There is great delay by the saloon keepers in paying the Scott law tax. To-day is the last day of grace and but three hundred out of thirty- five hundred have paid. To-morrow the penalty of twenty per cdnt. is attached and if the tax is not soon paid the county treas urer will bring suit against every delinquent. It is expected that these suits will be divided up between the various magis trates all over the city and county. It will be a bonanza for the squires, but severe on the saloon keepers. There is little doubt the law will be sustained and that the tax must be paid. The delay in the collection of the tax will seriously affect the infirmary and police lunas wmcn aepona on tne nquor tax. Irvine Hall To Ratify. New York, July 18. At a meeting of the Irving Hall general committee to-night reso lutions were adopted endorsing Cleveland and Hendricks for President and Vice Presi dent. A committee was appointed to make arrangements tor a grand ratification meet ing. THE CHOLERA, Precautions at tbe French Ports. Washington, D. C, July 18. Consul General Walker at Paris has telegraphed to Secretary Frelinghuysen that the precautions suggested by the department will be carried out at all the prominent French ports. No cholera he says has appeared in Paris and the city is in a very good sanitary condition. Itlea su res to Keep Out tbe Scourge. Washington, D. C, July 18. The Cabi- inet meeting this afternoon was attended by Secretaries Frelinghuysen, Folger, Teller and Postmaster General Gresham. . The subject of preventing the Introduction of cholera into the United States was discussed. The precautionary steps already taken were ap proved and others looking to an extension of precautionary measures were also considered. Although the action determined upon cannot be ascertained in detail, it is understood that it was decided to adopt additional safeguards Instructions-to consuls, quarantine ar rangements, fumigation of mails, &c. The Death Record In France. Paris, July 18. During the past twelve hours there have been thirty-four deaths from cholera at Marseilles and twenty at Toulon. MURDER AVENGED. Two Murderers Hung For Their Crimes. Vicksburg, Miss., July 18. Robert Hunt and Dan Parker, colored, were hanged at Greenville to-day; Hunt for the murder of Burrill Bess, and Parker for murdering his nephew. Three Thousand Lookers On. Baton Rotjge, La., July 18. Cn Turnings Nelson was hanged at Mouma, Terra Bonne parish, this afternoon, for the murder of John Martin last winter. The execution wes public and and three thousand spectators were present. The Event Celebrated. WATNK8BORO,Ga.,July 18. Sam Williams, colored, was hanged here to-day for the mur der of Elem Buch two Jyears ago. Fully twenty thousand were in town to celebrate the event. THE LETTER CARRIERS' VACA TION. Fifteen Days' Leave Each Year. - Washington, July 18. Postmaster General Gresham to-day addressed a circular letter to the postmrster at each free delivery post office instructing him to allow each letter carrier fifteen days' leave of absence with pay each year and to supply their places with substitutes to be paid at tne rate of $600 per annum BARSUJI AT AliBAPTV. Bat He Falls to See Govern) Cleve land. alb ant, July 18. snortiy alter noon Governor Cleveland went to the State camp at Peekskill. He was accompanied by Adju tant Farnsworth. William H. Barnum was in town to-day in connection with Daniel Manning. He did not see the Governor, and left early for New York. Mr. Barnum thinks the political situation serene for Cleveland. The prominent Democrats who are said to have purchased a handsome villa for the Governor at Long Branch are known here: They have thus far failed to connect their names with the enterprise. Governor Cleve land, according to present advioes, will spend tu greater part ol tne summer m Albany. In a letter enclosing $35 for the Buffalo Wo men s ixiucntional and industrial union tha uuvonior saia: "l am glad to aid in any practical scheme looking to the opening of moro avenues ior women to support them selves ana tne improvement of their condi- m. There is alwavs dancer. I think, in at tempting too much or rather including in the young efforts too many branches or fields of operation." WRECKED ON THE SKERRIES. Nine Persons Go Down With a Steam er. London, July 18. The steamer Vicksburg bound for Quebec, has been wrecked on the Skerries in the Pentland firth, off the north east coast of Scotland. Nine persons Der- ished. MATTHEW ARNOLD'S DAUGHTER To many a New York Lawyer. London, July 18. The eldest daughter of Matthew Arnold is engaged to be married to Frederick W. Whitridge, the New York law yer. UPSET WHILE BOATING. A Young American Drowned al Quee nsto wn. Cork, July 18. Two sons of Mr. Pratt, the United States consul here, while boating at yueenstowu were upset. One of the boys was orownea ana tne otfier s recovery is doubtful. The Failures of the Week. New York, July 18. There were 11 fail ures m the United States reported to Brad streets' during the past week, against 194 in the preceding week and 162, 132 and 82 in the corresponding weeks of '83, '82 and '81 respectively. GENERAL BUTLER'S SCHEME. He Will Probably be a Candidate In the Interest ot Anti-Monopoly, New York, July 18. General Butler was in conference to-day at the Fifth Avenue Hotel with F. B. Thurber, John F. Henry and other anti-monopolist leaders. Mr. Henry afterward told a reporter that much of what passed between the gentlemen mention ed must remain confidential for the present, but he believed from what had been said that in the interest of anti-monopoly and the la boring men, and in order to keep the prog ressive element together, General Butler would run for President and make as hard a fight as he could. A Permit Needed by Russians. Berlin, July 18. An anti-anarchist treaty has been concluded between Russia and Ger many, by the terms of which no Russian will henceforth be allowed to reside in Germany except by special permit. Base Ball. AT PROVIDENCE. NewYorks .- 2 000000 .0 0 8 Providence 0 1 0 0 S 2 0 0 05 Base hits, New Yorks 4, Providence 7; pitchers, Welch, Miller and Sweeney; umpire. Decker. AT BUFFALO. Buffalos 3 1 0 5 0 1 0 1 218 Chicagos 0 1 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 7 Base hits, Buffalos 20, Chicagos 9; errors, Buffalos 6, Chicagos 10; pitchers, Serad and Goldsmith; um pire, Bums. AT CLEVELAND. Clevelands 2 0 0 0 0 6 3 0 011 Detroits 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 02 Base hits, Cleveland 16, Detroits 8; errors, Cleve land 3, Detroits 7; pitchers, Harkins and Brill; umpire, McLean. AT NEW YORK. Athletics 0 000000000 Metropolitans 204881 10 012 OTHER OAVES. Pittsburg Washing-tons 2, Allei Indianapolis Indianapolis 0, Toledo 1. Louisviller-Cincinnatis 6, Louisvilles 5. Boston Bostons 3. Philadelnhi&a 10: fame called the end of the first inning on account of rain. Tr.. i Cm. BALL PLAYERS UNDER ARREST. When Brought to Trial They Forget Their Fictitious Names. Baltimore, M. D., July 18. William H. Robinson and John J. Sweeney, members of the Baltimore Union base ball club, were ar rested this morning for disorderly conduct on the street. They were released on pay ment of a fine and costs. When brought to the station each'bf the players gave a fictions name and when brought before the magistrate they did not remember tne names they had given. iney were placed upon oath and obliged to give tneir ngnt names. A SUNKEN SCHOONER. The Crew Probably Lost at Sea. Washington, July lo. Tne signal corps station at Atlantic City, N. J. , reports as follows: A diver. has examined the sunken schooner off Carson's Inlet, N. J., and finds it to be the Deborah H. Diverty, to Albany from Richmond with coal. Found no bodies and as boats and compass are gone it is sup posed that crew of six men with two women and one child, all of Dennisville, N. J., took to the small boat and that it sank with them, The diver found a album,an trunk andjplenty or cabin furniture, but could not get into tne staterooms. It is proposed to blow the ves sel up Tuesday or Wednesday to see if any bodies are still on board. NO MONEY TO PAY THEM. Over Four Hundred Men Discharged at the Albany Capitol. Albany, N. Y., July 18. There will be 442 men, including 250 stone cutters, dis charged from work at the new Capitol to morrow on account of the appropriation for the work being insufficient for the number of men employed. J. his leaves about seven hundred men at work besides 150 employed by the contractors. NO LAW AGAINST BANNERS. The Decision of a Police Court. Washington, July 18 The judge of the police court decided to-day that there was no law in the city to prevent the stringing of a flag across the streets. This was a test case brought by the sDistrict commissioner to re move a political banner from across Pennsyl vania avenue. The decision gives dissatis- frction. Changes In The Departments. Washington, D. C, July 18. The several departments are busy making promotions and appointments in accordance with the provisions of the legislative bill. To-day one hundred promotions were made in the patent office and as many more in the land office. Next week a number of appointments will be made in the patent office which will give, Commissioner Butterworth says, suffic ient force to keep up the work of the office which is several months behind. To accom modate this additional force the rooms occu pied by the Indian bureau will be placed at the disposal of the patent office and the In dian bureau removed to the building recently occupied by the census office. Examinations for the Civil Service. Washington, D. C, July 18. On July 24 a civil service examination will be held for first assistant examiners in the patent office. All appointments provided for by Congress are made after examination by civil service boards. Out For Cleveland and Hendricks. MroDLEBURT, Vt., July 18. Hon. Joseph Battel, brother-in-law of Congressman John W. Stewart, who has been elected to the Leg islature as Representative or Senator every year since 1874 on the Republican ticks aas declared for Cleveland and Hendricks. A Life Sentence For Murder. Newport, K. I., July 18. William H. Shea was convicted to-day ot murder In the first degree in killing Officer Baker last win ter and was sentenced to the State prison for life, that being the extent of the law in this State. BLAINE'S LETTER Severely Crltlelaed by the Cincinnati Enquirer. Cincinnati, O., July 18. The Enquirer will to-morrow say that Mr. Blaine's letter of acceptance will be a disappointment, inas. much as it lacks the . rhetorical warmth and brilliancy which everybody expected from the magnetic candidate; that Mr. Blaine no dottbt, regards this as an occasion for statesmanlike solemnity rather than for gorgeous display; that the application of sta t sties to the defence of the policy of protec- won is overwrought, and that the theory that a high tariff is the secret all our prosperity will not be agreeabli to free-trade Republicans; that the treatment of the southern question is too mild to suit the many radical Republicans who want to fight the war over again; that the ameible remarks under the head of "our foreicm thiI. icy" fall very far short of the expectations of fighting young America; that the failure to castigate England for the benefit of Ireland is especially noticeable; that the radical civil service reformers will not be satisfied with theorizing and that the opponents of Mormon ism will not be impressed by the mere sug gestion to refuse admission to Utah as a State. LOCAL NEWS. THE GRAND UNION. Mr. Tuttle and Mr. Post Not Yet Heard From - Expected To-day A Meeting of the Creditors This After noon. Deputy Sheriff Keef e had an eye on the Grand Union Hotel property yesterday (eith er in person or by his deputy)in behalf of the attaching creditors. The $4,000 attachment of Olena & Craig, the New York liquor deal ers, and the subsequent $300 attachment of Stephen Kane, the plumber of this city, re main. Nothing has been heard from Mr. Tuttle, the active manager of the hotel, who went to Suffield, Mass., last week for the ostensible purpose of buying a coach and a pair of horses to run between the hotal and the depot. It is the prevailing impression that Mr. Tut tle will not return until the nresent financial troubles are in some way adiusted. The ad justment process will probably be conducted Dy jnr. i-ost, Mr. Tuttle's partner, who is expected to arrive from the West this morning. News of the hotel's difficulties was telegraphed to Mr. Post, but it is not known at the hotel whether the news has reached him yet or no w supposeu rooem Illinois. Dep uty bnentt Jteete was on duty at the hotel till a late nour last evening. Last evening it was announced that a meet ing or the creditors would be held at the hotel at 2 p. m. to-day, at which it was ex pected either Mr. Tuttle or Mr. Post or both would be present. The majority of the cred itors are quite triendly to the proprietors. Recent Accidents. Jiamuna nicKey ten yesterday morning from the eaves of a two-story house in Wal lace street, fracturing the bones of the left arm above the wrist. Dr. Park was called and set the limb. Johnny Clark, who was injured last Satur day by the fall of a wall at 32 High street, was injured internally, but is in a fair way to recovery. Michael Welch, who fell from a scaffold in Kimberly's coal yard Thursday afternoon, fractured both arms above the elbow. Sunday Excursions. The steamer Elm City will make her sec ond Sunday trip of the season to New York to-morrow, leaving Belle dock at 9 a. m., and returning will leave New York at 11 p. m. A more delightful trip cannot be imag ined. The Bteamer arrives in New York about 1:30 p. m., giving excursionists over nine hours in New York, being ample time to visit Coney Island, Central Park and other places of interest. The fare for the round trip is only $1.50, good for return any time within two days on any of the steamers of this line. It is a splendid opportunity for amilies and others desiring an enjoyable sail on the Sound as they can reach New Haven early on Monday morning after a refreshing sleep and be ready for business. Police Notes. Gilbert Gannon, a rough living in the lower part of the city, has for a long time been a terror to his parents and people living in the neighborhood. Yesterday his father summoned the police and Officers Reilly and Clancey were sent to arrest the disturber of the peace. He observed their approach up Wallace street and ran out through the rear of his yard on to the railroad track and darted up toward the center of the city. The officers gave chase and overtook him at the Franklin street bridge. He showed fight and attempted to bite and punch the officers. Not mmrrrrg sannxactury progress on txrab line, ne dropped on his knees, grabbed Officer Reilly by the legs and attempted to throw him. He himself was thrown. With the assistance of Gannon's father he was pulled fivo steps up the em bankment toward the street. He threw himself free, however, and fell, striking his head against the rail and receiving a severe cut. Then he waxed stubborn and refused to leave the track. A train was due at that moment, but he continued to oppose with his great brute strength all efforts to get him from between tne rails. Just before the train dashed into the cut the officers succeed ed in getting the nippers on him, and pulled him to one side and thence took him to the precinct. Michael Kelley was arrested last evening for drunkenness, later it was ascertained that he had stolen a watch from HenrySmith on Congress avenue. Mis honor will attempt to reach the facts m tne City court this morn ing- Personal. John E. Wayland and E. B. Sargent, Yale '83, were in town yesterday. W. I. Badger, captain of the Yale nine in 1882, is visiting friends in this city. Chief Leshure, of the Springfield fire de partment, was in this city yesterday. Robert W. O'Connell and sister, of No. 16 Orchard street, sailed Thursday on the steamer City of Richmond for Ireland. They will be absent about two months. Henry L. Hotchkiss and family leave here to-day to spend the summer at Boars Head bay near Northhampton, New Hampshire. Daniel Trowbridge and wife have gone to Saratoga. Michael Herritty left yesterday afternoon for a ten days' vacation to Boston. Delegate Andrew, who had an attack of insanity at the Democratic convention in Chi cago, passed through here last evening on the limited express for Middletown. Town Clerk Hugo is one of eight brothers, five in this city and three in New York, and all enterprising and meeting with good suc- ss. Miss Justine Ingersoll is at Morris, Con necticut. Miss Jessie E. Peck, of Brooklyn, L. I., granddaughter of ex-Sheriff Scott, formerly of this city, is visiting friends in this city. Rev. Walter H. Larom, of this city, has accepted a call to the rectorship of Grace church, Stafford Springs, and will enter up on his duties next Sunday. Bert, Fred and Winfield Dann, sons of John and William F. Dann, of Dann Broth ers ,the carriage makers, are camping out for two weeks at West Haven shore, in the vicinity of the Rock. Messrs. George T. Bradley of Benedict & Co., Theodore F. Booth, lumber dealer, H. W. Stowe of the Steam Saw mill and Edward Ailing of T. Ailing & Co., with their fami lies, are contemplating a visit to Saratoga this month. Deacon Lewis Fitch and wife and Attorney Julius Twiss expect to be at the Continental Hotel, Saratoga, in August. Li. H. f reedman starts soon for a trip out West. Mrs. Martha Chapman, widow of the late Captain Chapman, residing at 109 York street, has gone to Branford Point to spend the summer with Mrs. D. M. King at her shore hotel. The many friends of Mrs. Louise Daven port, on Orchard street, will be pained to hear that she has suffered a relapse and small hopes are entertained of her recovery. THE COURT RECORD. Clty Court Civil Side Judge Studley. This court held a brief session yesterday. The cases set down for trial were those of Joseph F. Donnegan vb. E. H. Crosby and the Morning News company vs. John Hem man. It was understood that the cases had been settled out of court. At a bar meeting in the afternoon the fol lowing cases were assigned: July SS. Lt. j. Kyder vs. IN. Ackerman, at 10 a. m.. Judge Deming. O. H. Burn- ham vs. James Cook, 10 a. m., Judge Stud- ley. July 24. rnorman vs. William B. Trewhellan (argument on demurrer). August l. uourt Andrew Jackson. A. O. P., vs. Connecticut District, A. O. F., nisi. 10 a. m. August 5. R. W. Forbes vs. A. D. Good year, iJ p. m., studley. City Court Criminal Side JTndge stud- icy. July 18. James Howard, drunk and breach of the peace, to July 19: Thomas Pickett, vagrancy, to July 19; Michael Bee gan, violation of Sunday, liquor law, nolle; same, interfering with ' officer, nolle; Michael J. Beegan, resisting officer, nolle same, violating Sunday liquor law, nolle John Beegan, interfering with officers, nolle Alexander M. Sands, breach of the peace, judg ment suspended; Nellie Van Nostrand, diso bedience, sent to Industrial school; Michael J. Beegan, violating Sunday liquor law and resisting officer, continued to July 22; Mich ael Beegan, giving information of the ap proach of officer, to July 22; John Beegan, same, same; Thomas McCahary, breach of the peace against Bridget Marinan, . to July Court Notes. The case against Michael Beegan and Michael J. Beegan for violating the Sunday liquor law July 13, and John Beegan for in terfering with the officers when they were entering the saloon at 398 East street, came up yesterday morning for decision. Mr.Dailey said, as he held up the batch of warrants up on which the accused had been arrested, that he would nolle these charges, and His Honor agreed to that disposition. When the Bee gans went into the hall of the City court building the new warrants were served upon them and they were rearrested. In explanation of this move Mr. Dailey said that he desired to present evidence of what had happened before 8 p. m. on the evening the arrests were made. By the old warrants wherein a later hour was specified he could not do so. Therefore he issued the new warrants. He wanted to go to trial at once. Mr. Pigott, who defends the accused, said he was not prepared for a hearing in all the cases then and he asked that it be continued until next Tuesday, which was granted. The Garlleld Monument. From the Springfield Republican. some of tne best specimens of ancient art are unquestionably to be found among the monuments and marbles over the graves of distinguished men. In modern times the memorial artists have signally failed. Cer tainly this is true of England and America. We are continually hearing of a demolished monument in England; and while we have not arrived in this country at the heroic pitch of deliberately razing an artistic blunder or indiscretion, the public are well aware that many a bronze and granite structure is toler ated behind an iron railing on account of the sacredness of the name it is designed to com memorate. Except the tapered shaft, like that of Bunker hill, we have borrowed no de sign that we have not misused. Canova created what be called an epoch in the de signing of marble tombs, the main idea being one or two figures carefully worked out be side the entrance of a simple touch of classic architecture. We do not seem to be able to understand the meaning of such a design, and our tombs are of a very primitive nature. An Englishman writing home some years ago de scribed Mount Vernon as a cross between a carnage house and a doe-kennel. He mav nave Deen severe, out it is well to admit frank ly that it is not a cross between any ideas of a high order. While a marble tomb to a distinguished man may be properly placed in a cemeterv. a suan. over iuu reet m nonor ot a public man and drawing a continual stream of neonlo should not be doomed to the surroundings of a puoiic ounai place, such a monument national and does not require the comnanion- ship of terraced white tombstones and flower beds. Yet this is the mistake now being mace at Cleveland with the proposed Garfield monument, xne site is a cemeterv. It will therefore be impossible to secure the grandeur of effect desired and expected in a structure of that importance and expense. The design seinea upon, moreover, is not a tomb but shaft rivaling the Bunker hill monument in its proportions. A Cleveland writer likens it m appearance to a light-house or a shot -tow er, "the side rooms below being for the keep er and records instead of the family." It will thus become the favorite resort of people who desire to take a bird's eye view of the city or uieveiand. It is a debatable question wnetner any monument should nave such fa cilities for sight-seeing, but there can be no doubt about the impropriety of placing national monument to a great citizen in a cemetery, with all these vulgar erowd-gather- lii g xeatures. Learn to Swim at the Russian bath establishment. Lessons given. E. Khatjss, 188 York street. jyl9 w&stf "Therein the patient must minister to himself." Shakespeare. And a great many do. They use Lewis' Red Jack et Bitters for Malaria, Liver troubles, Constipation. and Female Difficulties, and get well. Just ask gjur druggist for a Dflmiihlet and. see, what the , octors say about XewisTRed Jacket Bitters. I WHAT WILL convince you of the wonderful curative properties combined in Hood's Saesatariixa, if the remarkable cures that have been effected by its use fail to impress upon your mind this repeatedly proven fact? Thousands are using it, and all declare that ISfll H it Is a tnedi ciuo possess- fe'J IB I ing all and even more than we claim for it. My friend, if you arc sick or in that con dition that you cannot call yourself either sick or well, go and get a bottle of Hood's Saksaparilla, and realize yourself how CONVINCE all the machinery of your body into working order. From the Registrar of Deeds for Middlesex County, Northern District. Loweli,, Mass. Messrs. C. I. Hood & Co.: Gentlemen It affords me much pleasure to recommend Hood's Sarsapabilla. My health has been such that for some years past I have been obliged to take a tonic of somo kind in the spring, and have never found anything that hit my wants as your Sarsaparilla. It tones up my system, purifies my blood, sharpens my appetite, and seems to make me over. Respectfully yours, J. P. THOMPSON. One of our prominent business men said to us the other day: "In the spring my wife, got all run down and could not eat anything; passing your store I saw a pile of Hood's Saesapaiulla In tho window, and I got a bottle. After she had been taking it a week she had a rousing appetite, and it did her everything. She took three bottles, and it was the best three dollars I ever invested." Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sold by all druggists. Price f l a bottle, or six bottles for s. C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. ESTABLISHED 1860. OR. FLINPS CELEBRATED QUAKER BITTERS. "What are Quaker Bitters?" An old Quaker remedy that lias done more to relieve Buffering humanity than all other medicines combined. These celebrated Bitters are composed oi cm o ice uoow, nerws ana uarxi. among which are Gentian, Sarsaparilla. Wild Cherry, Dandelion, Juniper and other berries, audare so prepared as to retain all their medicinal qualities, and rill care tne fallowing complaints : Dyspepsia, Jaundice, JLlver Com lalDts. Loss of Aooetfte. HadiirhA.. Bilious Attacks, summer Compl Piles, Kidney Diseases, Female Dil ties, Xassitude, Low Spirits, Gc Bilious Attacks, Summer Comi laints. lmcHi- Debility, and. In fact, evprvlhinir caused by an impure state or tne blood or de ranged condition of tne Stomach, Liver or Kidneys. The aeed And ln Quaker Bitters a gentle, soothing stimulant, so desirable ln their decllnlnir years. Xhey are recommended and used bv eminent unysieians ana eiersrvmen. no one neea suner loner irom any us- ease if they will use Quaker Bitters, as tney enect a eure wnere otner remedies fall. Sufferer, try them; they will cure youi they have cured thousands. For sale by all druggists and dealers ln medicines -everywhere. 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Help of different nationalities can be supplied to private families, boarding houses, hotels and res taurants. The proprietor of this establishmsnt pays great attention in the choice of girls and women be fore sending them to fill situations. Calls from tha country at any distance are promptly attended to. Invalid and wet nurses at short notice. Male help for families and farm hands always ready. M MRS. T. MULLIGAN, a-Jtf 197 George, corner Temple street. To Whom it may Concern ! MONEY liberally advanced in sums to suit on all kinds of merchan dise and personal property of ev ery description at EDWARD ENGEL'S Old and Reliable Money Loan Office, Sll and 348 STATE STRRF.T Now TTavon Pmn All legal transactions strictly Confidential. Ja5 Miwwjtc Resorts. COVE HOUSE MORRIS COVE, NEW HAVEN. Hotel Bum Rims as Follows: Cove House to Belle Dock, 8:30 a. m., 1 p. m. Cove House to 926 Chapel street 6 p. m. Belle Dock to Cove House. 9 a. m.. 2 and 7:45 n. m. 96 Chapel street to Cove House, 7:15 p. m. Sundays. Cove House to 926 Chapel street, 9 a. m. and 8 p. m. 926 Chapel street to Cove House. 10:30 a. m., 9 p. m. G. S. BARKENTIiV, PROPRIETOR, GROVE COTTAGE. AT SAVIN ROCK, FORMERLY OCEAN COTTAGE Summer Street, West Haven, Conn. H. A. CONVERSE, proprietor of the Austin House- New Haven, has fitted uo andhandsomelv funiisheii the above cottape. It is now open for guests. Beau tifully situated adioinlner the crove and Dossesaine- all the facilities for comfort and enjoyment. Grove cottag-e affords a rare oppornity for sojourners at the seashore. jell 2m WEST HA YEW Opened for transient and permanent truest a. Par ties supplied with meals at short notice. Sea food fresh from the water. Vegetables fresh from the gar den. Connected by telephone. F. H. LUCAS, m24 2m Proprietory HOTEL SEA VIEW. SAVIN ROCK - - "WEST HAVEN, CONN. The addition of electric bells to this housa and other extensive improvements make it second to none on me coast, ine taoie ana service will oe unexcelled. Shore dinners, fish and game suppers served to order. Telephone connections. Stable under our supervision and in charge of a man unex celled in his department. SOUTHWTCK & CO. jyldawl m Proprietors. The Railroad Waiting Rooms, SAVIIV ROCK. Spacious restaurant rooms. Largre Pavilion. A (rood dinner for 50 cents. Parties will be Guaranteed just reception on all occasions. O. HOWES, nia4 am n-opnetor. OCEA3V COTTAGE. SAVIN eockshore. Mrs. S. Holmes. Proprietress. The t)!cnwnlpst. ! place on Savin Rock Shore, eleeantlv fitted through out, now ready for summer boarders and transient guests. Views from its rooms and verandas unsur passed by any upon the coast. Bathing convenient and free from danger. Having had long experience 1 in the business, cannot fail to please all who favor I me with their patronage. Terms moderate. P. O. Box ay. West Haven. Conn. je!3 Beach House. Savin Rock, West Haven, Ct. The popular proprietor Sea View 1879-1880, Austin House, New Haven, 1881-1882, Beach House 1S82. WILL OPEN BEACH HOUSE JUNE 1st, 1884 1884. 18S4. Osprey Beach. Coney Island of Connecticut. WILL OPEN JULY 1st. The most spacious and best conducted day resort on the Coast. The Shore IDinners ; Which made this place famous in past years will b maintained throughout the season. OCKFOKD & JEROME. je30Jm CONTINENTAL HOTEL. SARATOGA SPRIXGS. Less than five minutes'' walk from the depot, the park and the various mineral spriners. Accommoda- j tions first-class and terms low. Offloe at Beers1 Pho tograph Parlors, 763 Chapel street, where board and rooms by the day, week or month can be secured in i advance. Circulars and all information obtained. jeai lm Railroad Grove Restaurant, I THE GROVE, W. H. PUTNAM, PROPRIETOR. FORMERLY PUTNAN & HALE. The most delightful place on the shore. Meals ! served at all hours. Koast Oysters, Stewed Clams, I etc. All Temperance Drinks. ,y".TJi.o, uwttdia viauui, Hillman's Celebrated ice tjream, 3e20 2m BRADFORD POINT HOTEL SEASON 1881. tage and Carriages connect with all trains at Branford Depot Elegant Dining Room and Sum mer Pavilion. DINNERS AND SUPPERS SERVED TO ORDER TO PARTIES. Telephone connects wtih the house. Parties desiring information in regard to rooms. rates, etc., address GEORGE H. BROWNE, jyi lm Proprietor. SOUTH E0 HOUSE. Sow Open for the Season. It has been refitted and permanent and tranKient sruests can be accommodated. spacious and good facilities for fishing. Pinners a specialty. Stage leaves South End at r:S0 a. m., 1, 4 and 7 p. m. Sundays, 9 a. m. and ft. m. Leaves New Haven 0:30 a. in., 2:30, 6:15 and 8 p. m. Satur days at 9 p. m. Dancing Tuesday and Friday oven- ings at n o ciock. Jllil s.Ts 1 1 II. Prcnrictor. jeia 3m SKEFXE'S RESTAUSSAT. SAVIN ROCK HILL. Now onen for the neason. Increased at'ractions. The finest Skating Rink on tlie Shore 100 feet long and 40 feet wide. Firing Horses, Rifle Range, Ex cellent Boating facilities. DINNFRS AND SUPPERS SERVED AT SHORT CIIARL.ES fcKEELES. lATARR Hay fever Tar a t nn t f ratsrrr. 3 having: "peculiar symp- ! Ir:? tmnK It. in jtt tnHwH by hu iiiilfu;u-'.l condi tion of tho lining mem brane of the nostrils, tear ducts and throat, nfl'cctirijsr tlteisinfrs. An acrid liiuevb w "secret ed, the discharge is rc oftmranled with a pain ful ournhiff sensation. There are severe sittisins of sncesine, fre quent attacks of blind ing headache, a watery and inflamed state of the eyes. IS 1 y m Cream Ralm in a, UAYLirEVE remedy founded on a IT.' r mm w correct diagnosis of this disease, and can be depended upon. 50 cents at druggists, ou cents oy mau. eauipw ooxue uy man, 10c. ELY BROTHERS, Druggists, Owego, New York. Q OtO mhSeod&wiy