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August 2, 18S4.
VOL. LII. Notices. tryUbtnv Will during this week make very low prices on all - kind ,mt gammer Goods. Reductions in every part of the tore. Nothing will he reserved. i i A lot of French Jerseys that sold early in season easily at 8.5 ; will c lose them out for 5.50. The prices we have made on Parasols during last week have reduced the stock much, bnt we hare a large stock still. ' HAMMOCKS. HAMMOCKS. THE ACOSO? DTJHA.BL23 Also a Large Stock of Chinese Fans, Lanterns, Etc. AT a&fa&m-ttl G. J. MOFFATT'S Paper Warehouse, 407, 488 and BOX State Street. - i 1865 off.1884 PIANOSTOKENT! , ORGANS TO RENT ! A full set of SECOD IIABfD RAND IXSTRIJMEBITS lor sale very cheap. A Large Stock of Drums for the Campaign al ways on hand. goavI mid Moatas. BOARD AND ROOMS. MA FEW gentlemen can be accommodated with first-class board and pleasant rooms with modern improvements. Locality second to none in the city. Terms moderate. Apply at je8 1 m 85 WOOSTER PLACE. GREAT MIDSUMMER . Closing-Out Sale - OF CORSETS, HOOP SKIRTS -AND BUSTLES IN OUR CORSET DEPARTMENT, BoltOIl & Neelj SUCCESSORS E. MALXEY & CO. jyi4 Cheapest place in the city to buy wood by the cord, i half cord, quarter cord or barrel. Orders by mail j NEW HAVEN WOOD YARD. nol4tfis EAST ST.. OPP. MYRTLES DOES WONDERFUL CURES OF KIDNEY DISEASES and rv LIVER COMPLAINTS, o V Became it acts on the LITER, BOWELS in 3 KIPXETS at the same tlm. . Becaiue It oleaiuea the aystein of ttiepofaon oui bomon that develope in Kidney and XTri n&ry IHaeaaee, BUiooaneM, Jaundlee. OiiiBllpa tion, Piles, or in RAenmatiam, XTeazslcteB H tous Disorders and all Femal Oompiainta. . ty SOLID PROOF Of TILLS. .- . IT WTLIi tJU KKT.g CUiU ' CONSTIPATION, PILES. and RHEUMATISM, By oaualns F&EB ACl'XUJBT of all tost rrrftllf and functions, tbareoy CLEANSING the BLOOD rertoring the normal poww to throw off diMaas. THOU SAN D8 OP OASES of the worst forma of these terrible tUesaeas have been, quickly rellevad. and In a abort time PBRFCCTLY CURED. FKMCK, $1. tiqUID OB DBT. BOW BY DBUCGIBT8. Ttry can be sent by mail. WJfiU. BICHAJLDSOir St Co., Brxrlinetotl, Vt. 3 Scad lUmp for Dimrj Alman-vc lor MANUFACTURING STOCK. 20 PER CENT. INVESTMENT. Books are now open for subscriptions to -the fame of 5,000 shares of Preferred Stock of -the "Footk Patent Pin Company," of New York, drawing per cent, dividends quarterly, at par -value of $5 each. Subscribers to this preferred stock will receive a bonus of an equal amount of shares of t he Common 8tock of the company, drawing 8 per cent, yearly; The Patentees have taken- their entira interest In the Common Stock of the company. The pateats known as "Foote's Pin Patenm," which are oper ntAd hv this Company, are issued la - Kmtfand. bear ing date January. 1888, and are openatad there under royalty to tne company oy jntsmra. mrwy, Detun aa Co , Ravenhurst Works (the largest aiakars of Pins in the wnrlili. France by RattisneauFrerea. factories at Orleans and Paris. Belgium, tierauny and United States are all tributary and pay royalty The sale of our goods manufactured under royaky to this company have enormously increased eaca Beasonall over the world, and this company now propose to manufacture exclusively themselves, effecting a large additional profit thereby, and the proceeds derived from sake of this preferred stock will be used in the purchase of a factory already in operation to make "Foote Patent Hairpins," Invis ible Pins. Safetv pins. Toilet Pins. e ate. - Among the leading Wholesale Houses who handls our goods are, in KW YORK .Calhoun, Robinson & Co. Mills Oibb. Dunham. Buckley A Co., Sylvester; Hilton & Co., H. B. Claflin A Co., Wm. H Lyon & Co., Bates, Reed & Cooley, Sweetser, Pembrook & Co., Butler, Clapp & Co., Halsted, Haines Jt Co, Harbison & Loder, E. 8. Jaffrey A Co., T. J. Boo erts, and all retail houses. "- ' t BOSTON. Coleman, Meade '& Co., Browi Durrell & Co., Sheppard, NeweB-., R. H. Winte JSC Co., J oman, narsn s .-o. - - " - i CHICAOO. Marshall Field & Co., JL V. Fuf well it Co.. Mandall Bros. - 1 I BAITIJIOHK.-Hodges Bros. ' ST. LOUIS. Rosenheim. Levis A Co., Wni Hsrr n t. Co.. John Wannemaker. - i 1 PBOVIPENCE. CaHejxler, l Mrauslan.. A Troup. - - ' SAN PBANCISCO. HofhnaB Bros. A Blum, Schweitzer. Sachs A Co., and also 'houses in every other city in the United States. - 1 The dutv on these goods is 4S erceBt..ad. vatorenL besides being protected by Pateamv . Oeods of Itus class consumed in the United 8taesJoae last yeer were vaiuea ai over a,www. . ii v . - . T The omcers of the company refer to Messrs. Morris, Browne & Co., Bankers, New York, H. J. Hubbard, Cashier Columbia Bank, New York, Jtattfcew Deag, of Matthew Dean & Co., of New York, Johnson k. valentine. Treasurer N. Y. & N. E.&. &.. New York. Bradstreet's or Dunn, Barlow & Oo.'. tiouunereiai Agency, New York. . - I For further information or prospeotus, .parties wishing w vaumi iw owuv . 4 , B. W. WILLETT, ! Sec y Foote Patent Pia Company, Offlcese3. , Broadway7N.V. jf B We desire to negouata with respansfb urtlM to reoresent us. - - . - JySltf A Training Class for Kfntergwt nerf. cM'aSd WLBRVE Home Place, New Haven, 1.01m. iv Mnv tham3m ... FISTULA Cured, wimons uu use 01 Hie Knife. W. REED,t,-., Harvard, IMS) and ROBERT at. KKJDl,)M. t., par- I irtki. Evan Honse. 175 AKD Tnmont St.. MoHton, treat FISTITIA,PTLE8 and ALL n , r n. a k km mmm . jt r. nnv U 1 1 L V TCM, without detention from I 1 1 I i inei. Reference given, r . Bead Mmnhlets. Offlce hours 11 a. m. to 4 o'clock d. m. (except Sunday). aieooiy R. G. RUSSELL, No. 888 Chanel Street. New Haven. Conn Mpccml Notices. Ask for Remnants. Many de sirable lengths may he had at half price. White Made-up Dresses at low er prices than cost of simple mak ing. i White and Ecru Robes at great ly reduced prices. Lookalthem. Linen Lawns, Satlnes, Cham brays, Ginghams, Cambrics and Prints, closing out at a reduced prices. 'gnUvtnmmmts. SCOTTISH GAMES ! The Caledonian Club, of Ansonia, will hold their second annual picnic at mjELSXttlSr ROOK SATURDAY, AIGUST 2d. A full orchestra and a good prompter will be in attendance. jy31 St INSTRUCTION IN RIDING I - GIVEN BY MRS. R. M. HOOKER. Apply at the Rink, 381 Temple Street, From 10:30 to 11:30 a. m, 3 to 5 p. m. jel7 3m XtUK$iOVL$. RAYMOND'S VACATION EXCURSIONS. All Traveling: Expenses Included. t ; , ; A party will leave Hartford and Springfield THURSDAY, SEFTEJIBEB 4, fiAND AUTUMN TRIP OF 12 DAYS FOR A SARATOGA. Lake George, Lake Cbamplalu, Moa . treal, the Machine Rapids, Hue I 1ec, the Falls of ITIontirio- t rencl, the WonJerfnl Sapsnay River, The St Lawrence River, Newport, Vt., Lake nemphremasos;, etc. Send for full descriptive programme. G. W. HUNTINGTON, At Allyn House Drug Store, aul 8fr Hartford, Conn. STARIM'S GLEN ISLAND. America's Day Summer Resort ! TWO GRAND CONCERTS DAILY. DILLEB'8 MILITAllY IIAM. SUPERIOR DINNERS A LA CARTE. Klein Dcutsehland ! THE STEAMER JOHN H. STARIN, capt. McAllister, Will make the first trip TUESDAY. JULY 8th, and from tliis date till the close of the season will make TWO TRIPS WEEKLY To Olen Island and Return. Every Tuesday and Thursday, From StarnVs Pier, foot of Brewery street (five minutes' walk from Railroad Depot) at 8:30 a. m. sharp. Returning leave GLEN ISLAND at 3:30 p. m., arriving in rtew uaven in time to connect witn 8 o'clock train. Excursion tickets (New Haven to Glen Island and return) - - 75c. wew Haven to JNew one ana return via uien Island and Pier 18, North river - - - $1.50. Single tickets to (Jien island ... 5c. Fare from Glen Island to New Haven - 50c. THOMAS WILL FURNISH THE MUSIC ON THE BOAT EVERY TRIP. No intoxicatincr drinks obtainable on this steamer. Glen Island is officered by efficient uniformed police. Ladies and Children unattended will find nothing to mar their pleasure. jfositiveiy no rree list. u. m. ctjjsjui, jeaotf Agent, Starin's Pier. Acknowledged the finest excursion steamer eve run from New Haven. THE SUPERB STEAMER P H ILADEI TUIA, " (Capacity 600 Passengers) FOR ItRAXFOKD POIOT AND THIMBLE ISLANDS. DAILY. Leave Belle Dock at 0:45 a. m. and 3:45 p. m. Leave Islands at 12:15 and 5:15 p. m. Leave Branford Point at 1:05 and 6:05 p. m. FARE EACH WAY - 25 CENTS, Special low rates for excursions. For moonlight sans i nis steamer is unexcelled. Aaaress jyl F. W. HINMAN, City. SHORTHAND ! "T71 VERY nerson should be able to write short- -P-i hand. It is becoming indispensable in business in our courts and in newspaper offices, besides being a valuable accomplishment in every day life. It is the best capital a young man can have. For young ltuiKi ii opens a aeitx uotu pietKftuib uuu jjn-mmuit;. W will teach vou bv mail at reduced rates. Send for our 4 "Compendium of Self-Iiistniction,,and learn inis art axv nome. Munareas nave done it. i ou can do it. $1.00 post paid. Circulars free. SCHOOL OF PHONOGRAPHY, SEW HAVEN, COaW. District of New Hayeu, ss. Probate Court, I - July 28. 188. f ITATE OF MERRITT B. SCOTT, of New .Haven, in said District.assieninK debtor, a Court of Probate for the District of New The Have hath limited and allowed three months from the date hereof for the creditors of said estate, rep resented insolvent, in which to exhibit their claims the rets; .and lots appointed William A. Wright of tfraniora, ia, ueymour i;. ijoomis, or new .naven, commissioners to receive and examine said claims: and has ordered that said commissioners meet at the office of Willaim A. Wright. No. 153 Church street, in said New Haven, on the 29th day of Sep tember and on the 28th day of October, 1884, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon of each of said days, for the purpose of attending on the business of said ap pointment. Certified from record, SAMUEL. A. YORK. Judee. All persons indebted to said estate are requested w jjuue muneauue payment to GEORGE R. COOLEY, jyg6t , Trustee. n L0WELR Patent Cuff- Holder and isutton. This admirable invention is fast raining popular ity. With It you can put cuffs off and on instantly, and without rising the coat-sleeves. Ask for LOWELL'S QTJICI ADJUSTING- CUFF-HOLDER, and take no other. For sale at all Genta' Furnishing Stores. Retail 25 cents per pair. Address THB iVHBliK manvrauitlHlNU JO., Of mo ADVERTISERS Lowest rates for Advei-tfeino i in 970 good pnewspaers sent free. Address Ueo. r. Koweu & co., lu spruce St. n. X. Jltoodawlm FOB RENT. f5. TWO Stores in Southington, centrally lo ItfjjJ cated, for business; rent cheap. Address jy31 8t West Haven Postofflee. FOR RENT. MIN West Haven, a convenient house of ten rooms; two-story bay window, healthy loca tion, city and well water; near church, school and horse cars; to a careful and prompt tenant at $18 per month. See H. H. RICHARDS, comer Main street and First avenue, or West Haven Lumber Yard. ' jy30 6t FOR RENT, THE Brick House 105 Martin street: has 8 'iiii rooms; large yard; very convenient; S22 per Lmonth. jyg3 2tawtf LOTS FOR SALE. ' -fV SIX valuable Building lots on Nash street, between. Eagle and Willow streets; Lota each Hi 111 w") .Tsrms easy- One-half or more can remain. : - - -' - - . . Also a lot on Eagle street, 100 feet front, and a large triangular piece of landin the rear. For par ticulars call at MERWETS Real Estatt Ontoo, Jya , . 780 Chapel 8treet. FOR SALE, m HOUSE, Bam, Hennery add two acres of land, well stocked with choice Fruit Trees, Grapes, Berries, etc., in a good location, on easy terms. A number of good lots m different parts of the city; price low. FOR RENT, Two first-class houses on Howe street. Tenement 7 rooms on Vernon street. Money to loan in amounts to accommodate. In quire at NO. 70 CHURCH STREET, ROOM 2. Cr?""Ofnee open evenings from 7 to 8. L. F. COMSTOCK. aul For Sale and To Rent. M FOR RENT Block House No. 239 Orange street. Perfect order. Possession at once. Rent low to a good tenant for a term of years. FOR SALE House No. 57 Pierpont street. Lots on Howard avenue, Hallock ave nue and in tkThe Annex.11 Money to loan in sums of $500 on first Mortgage4 at 6 per cent. Inquire of WILLIAM C. ROBINSON. I No. 14 White's Build'g, PHILIP ROBINSON, f opposite P. O. , Hours 10 to 12 a. m.. 8 to 5 p. m. oc3WfcStf FOR SALE, MA SMALL BUSINESS PROPERTY on Mead street. Will make terms easy. T. Ct. Sloan Jfc Son, Room 3, Benedict Building. ' lyOPEN EVENINGS. fc-24 ' BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE! M MONEY furnished to assist men In buiitling houses. R. E. BALDWIN'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY, 818 CHAPEL STREET. j27daw FOR RENT. MTO a good tenant, first floor of house 575 State street, at a low price. Also two tene ments on Orchard street. Inquire at 146 Crown street. GLOSLN HALL. iyatf J. MEL BASSETT, Real Estate, 818 Chapel Street. Gilt Edge Investments and Securities, Snaps, Bar gains, Opportunities and Moneys ready on application. Bargain near corner Chapel and Union; $85 foot, t Opportunity near corner State and Fair; $100 foot, - Snaps near corner State and George streets. Special Investments for Capitalists. Unimproved propertv west of High street wanted. Office 14 Phoenix Building. Open from 8 a. in. to Jpra. jySltf WILLIAM H. WHEELER, REAL ESTATE AND RENTS. ' The care and rental of real estate a specialty. Unrented properties supplied with good tenants. Money furnished on Real Estate and Collaterals at ahrn-t. nritin Pir nnrl T .iff TnaiirfLntn rinks nlftped with sound and reliable companies only. Rents wanted at once three whole houses for reliable ten ants. Undivided attention to delinquent tenants. Office 14 Phoamx Building, 818 Chapel street. Open evenings. jySltf THOMAS O'BRIEN & CO Real Estate and Loan Agents, 800 CHAPEEL STREET. $50,000 to loan at 5 and 6 per cent, in sums to suit. For sale, double house and lot, 60x150 on Chapel street, for $7,500. Small house and large lot on Ver non street for $3,500. Large two family house on Orchard street, opposite Charles street, for $2,260 a bargain. A small house and large lot on Congress avenue; will be sold for much less than it is worth, as the owner is leaving the city. Two houses on Wallace street, near Grand, for sale very cheap. fQfflce open every evening. j2 FOR SALE, l A FINE residence in West Haven on First W avenue, containing 11 rooms, also barn, hen HL iwrr. hath house and all necessarv outbuild ing, in ff-ood renair: well stocked with fruit trees and grapevines. Lot, 340 feet front with a depth of ou ieet, me rear lading wits wuwi. auw n iwuat; and lot on Water street. Lot 95 feet front, running back to the channel 320 feet deep; a good location for a business enterprise desiring a wharf privilege. J or price, c, call on or aaaress a West Haven Conn. " FOR RENT, tFIVE rooms Fo. 558 State street, water clos et, gas and water; and five rooms corner South and Park streets. Inquire at No. 792 Chapel street, Room 8. JACOB HELLER. myz FOR SALE. tNo. 850 James street, just north of Grand street, on a lot 85x100, a nearly new seven rnom house that can be occunied bv two small families. The entire premises have been well cared for and are in first-class order. Price $2,000. FOR RENT. The Grand Street Livery Stables (old number 1SS) formerly occupied by Allen Seaman. The premises are modern and desirable in all respects and in per fect order. There are accommodations for thirty six horses and ample storage for the carriage outfit. A low price for the rental will be made to a respon sible tenant. FOR KUVJ-. Thirteen houses and thirty -one tenements in vari ous parts of the city. Eaopen evenings. HORACE P. HOADLEY, jio HOADLEY BUILDING. N VIEW of the opening of the new railroad to west itaven were wm oe some cau iur Building Lots. T have a tract of land, flnelv situated, close by 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. EDWARD A. BAY. azitt REALTY EXCHANGE ! Houses Lots, Rents, Loans, For rent, houses, tenements and stores in good lo- CaForsae or exchange Property for business pur poses within four minutes' walk of postofflee. Fifty cnoice jom on A.tuy wwi iuug tduuo, tiv Haven. Call at once. Room 4, Glebe Building, corner Church and Chapel streets. ml9 OFFICE OPEN EVENINGS. FOR SALE. TWO family house on Sylvan avenue, $800 cash required. Two family house on Jackson -street. 1350 cash required. mstf GEO. A. ROOT, 808 Chapel St. A. M. HOLMES, HOUSE MOVER, ' TTAR for rent the 2d floor of houssNo. TTtfuiotsm at. &1A. Tier month. Half of house ULNo. 4, Lewis St. 190 Clinton Ave., 1st floor, 10 oer month. Half of House 177 Meadow St., S15 per month. 2d floor No. 12Newhaust., 8permontn. and two rents on Ivy St., for $8 per month each. Also for sale houses 78 Woolsey St., 190 Clinton Ave., 29 Auburn St., and Atwater St., on easy terms. f4Sr V anted Trarw more nouaw ro rem. ma4 OFFICE 59 CHURCH STREET. HINMAN'S REAL ESTATE AND LOAN AGENCY. Mnrifv to loan at 5 ner cent. -v.-.-"-- Property in all parts of the city for sale. Seashore residences and lots at Savin Rock Shore and West Hftvpn Thft hA&utifiii Kavin kock. inciudinar ev- r-ftl ares of natural crrove. This Is the finest ) oca Hun I or a noii ur rcsiucuw 111 titn uuicouu 1 11 iro sold at a bargain. 1 1. B. HINMAN my2 63 Church St. HOOKER, uiiAL estate: agent, 19 Exchange Building. HOUSES FOR RENT AND FOR SALE. THE CARE OF PROPERTY A SPECIALTY RENTS AND OTHER BILLS COLLECTED. Jy29 FOR RENT, Several nlee Houses. Tenements For Rent. A lot of first-class Tenements, $10 to $30 per month. ISURANCE. - Fire insurance policies given in to best companies and none others. . ? a Those who are changing their residences this spring would do well to call. We will insure your Fumftnre or Dwelling at the LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES. - Property placed In, pur hands wiB be properly taken care of. '' ' Repairs made at lowest rates by competent work men. Rent Collected. ' II. C. LONCi'S AGEKCY, 63 CHURCH STREET. OpnvanmgsPiP8ioatoffleea5tf Investment Securities Sound and reliable Ten Per Cent. County and other TCM DCS lrNT Sold at a discount to large I L.M I bll VLI1 I aad sniaUinveetoni. Par COLUKADU tfculars upon application. CiLBLET BROS.. ScCUnlllCS ei,yeV, Colorado. References: Mercantile Agencies and Denver Banks. Safe Investments for JHQney 7 PER CENT. FtRST MORTGA.0S LOATJS on improved farms in Ohio and Indiana," worth three or more times the amount loaned; in a rich, agri cultural region; in the midst of railroads, school houses, turnpikes, permanent improvements all calculated to make land good security. No losses in twelve years' experience. No expense to the render. Interest semi -annually, uver loriy years' lUsUueuce. TOT iuu luiuruwuuu wnw i mm J. DICKINSON & CO., Richmond, Ind. Local Weather Record. - FOR AUG.l, 1881. . ' -7:1 U:16 3:18' r 7:16 fl:16 A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. Barometer. . ... . .39.99 - 29.96 29.98 80.01 80 07 Thermometer... 66 76 79 73 87 Humidity 78 50 47 71 84 Wind, in direction and velocity in miles per hour. . N 5 NW 6 SW 5 NW 6 SW 8 Weather. ........ .Clear Clear Fair - Clear Fair Mean bar., 29.98; jnjean tnB.,7Qi7;iroean humid ity, 69 .7 M- temp., 81.; mia. temp., 62.; rainfall 0 inches, t Max. velocity of wind, 1 miles. : ' rpoa xva. 1, 1888. Mean har 90 9ft- imm tmn 71 r humkS- ity, 74. - .- r .Jiajt temp , 80 ;min. temp., 00. I j. a. EuujuuA, oergi n. c J- m- a.. A minus sitrn T 1 nreflxed to frigs indicates tTiDertur taelow aero. t A dash ii prefixed to rainfaU fiffurM indfceatta precipitAtlon too small to measure. , , - ! DEATHS. TITUS to. tills fcityj July st, Samuel Tkna r'' CAMPAIGN PICTURES. All the candidates. 22x38 for 15 cents, 10x14 for 10 cents, cabinets for Scents. . AT ; ' NORTHROP'S, 69 T CHAPEl STHEKT. au2 ' Just below the Bridge. Bonds For Sale., : $1,000 New Haven Town Bonds. -$1,000 Hartford Town Bonds. 11,000 Boston & N. Y. Air Line Bonds. $1,000 New Haven & Northampton Bonds. BUNNELL & SCRANT0N, BiNKERs AND BBOKBRi, au3 78g and T34 CHAPEL STREET. THE BEST EVER PRODUCED, j. jg THE "EIGHMIE PATENT SHIRT," And can only be had of T. P. flKRWW, SOLE AGENT FOR NEW HAVEN. Office at Residence. No. 18 Cohere street PnaUl orders promptly filled. jyge GREAT REDUCTION In prices of Meats, Fruits and Vegetables. ' Fine Steaks 13c a lb. Corned Beef 6c a lb. Boast Beef 12c a lb. Beets 8c a bunch. Lettuce lc ahead. Radishes lc a bunch. Native Cucumbers 2c. Fine Spring Chickens 25c a lb. Bananas 18 for 25c or 2c apiece. 25 Baskets of Peaches at 8c a quart. I in, 7 mill... j . c. tjuAi l. J 1111 I 111 lliM : a quaTT. Fine Lemons 10c a dozen. We sell on credit for the same prices as for cash, and will not allow anybody to undersell us. L. SCHONBERCfiR, au2 1, 2, 3 Central Market. NOTICE. rriHE copartnership heretofore existing under the 1 firm name and style of The SchoUhorn & Ties ing Manufacturing' Company, f New Haven. Conn., of which the two undersigned and Frank W. Tiesing, late of said New Haven, were the partners, having been dissolved by the death of said Frank W. Ties ing. notice is hereby given that the undersigned Julius Berbecker has purchased the entire interest which said Frank W. Tiesing had at the time of his death in and to all the rights, property, effects and ehoses in action of said copartnership, and that the business will be continued by the two undersigned at the same place under the firm name and style of Wm. Schollhorn & Co. WM. SCHOLLHORN of New Haven. JULIUS BERBECKER of New York. New Haven. Conn., July 81, 1884. au2 6t (Not onlv to the sufferer .wasted by disease does Kiage's r ooa suppie bnent the proper medi Icine and bring back itreneth and comfort. but the delioate mother 11 find its daily use liustwhat is needed to rCheck and supplement khe drain made upon na- Iture s forces. Try it. mothers, and be con- Ivinced. Recipes to suit Jdifferent tastes aecoin- eany each can. It does not tax the digestive organs, ut is strengthening to both invalids and children. Sold by Druggists. 35c. :up. WOOLRICH & CO. on label. auSeod&wlm District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, i Aueust 1. 1884. f UPON the application of Ella G. Hotchkiss, showiner to this Court that she Is the sole surviving parent of Mabel S. Hotchkiss, a minor, and that said minor is the owner of the following real estate. via.: One undivided one-fifth interest in a certain tract of real property, with the buildings thereon, situated in the city of New Haven, bounded westerly by Orchard street, forty-one feet, northerly by land of Edward and Elisabeth Smith, one hundred and ten feet,more or less, easterly by land of Ann S. Prout, thir ty-nine feet, southerly by land of William T. Can non, one hundred and ten feet, valued at about dollars; ana snowing just ana reasonaoie cause oriiuig uu xra " "J '"6 , " that she or some other meet person be empowered to sell the same, as per application on tile, dated the 21st dav of July, 1884, more fully appears. ORDERE1 That the foregoing application be heard at the Probate Office in New Haven, on the 25th day of August, 1884, at 9 o'clock forenoon; and mat notice tnereor oe puousnea in some puonc newspaper near the place where such real estate lies, three weeks successively before said time as signed. pAA J A, UKA, aua oaw-it juqge. THE MODEL SINGER, A New Book for Classes, Schools and Choirs. By W. O. PERKINS and . P. TOWNBH Price 60 cts., or $6 per doi. All teachers of Singing Cusses, of all descriD- tions, are invited to examine this new Class Book. 192 pages. The elements contain an ingenious mod ulator, good explanations, the Manual Signs, and 124 .exercises, mere are iriees unu ran, oongH, 25 Hymn Tunes, 4 (jtospei Bongo. 18 Anthems and 4 Chants. Surely a well filled and practically useful book tb the teacher at a moderate price. SINGING ON THE WAY. A Xruly Worthy and. rood book for SUNDAY SCHOOLS and SOCIAL WORSHIP By TIUS. BELLE IK. JEWETT, assisted by Dr. J. P. HOLBBOOK. Price 3 5 Cents. srwoiXO ON THE WAY has been before the tmb- lie a few months, just long enough to be tested, and has received unequivocal praise from the persons best able to judge. It is of the shape and size of the well-known t iospki. tiVMWB, ana aamiraoiy mxea for a Vestrv or Social Meeting singing Book as well as for the Sunday School. ' its or tne oest wongs ana imies. . Any book mailed for the retail price. " ' OLIVER BITSON & CO., Boston. auaw&Stf&w District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court, Julv 80. 1884. f ESTATE OF JOHN RICHARDSON, late of New Haven, in said District, deceased. i The Court of Probate for the District of New Haven hath limited and allowed stx months from the date hereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, properly attested. Within said lime, will oe ueourreu a recovery. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to Mns. j lassie; iuuhakusus, auld2twlt Executrix. ti. II. Gidney, Dentist 78 7 Chapel at. north aide, bet. State and Orange Sts. DENTISTRY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Plrccs as reasonable as nrst-class work will permit. Teeth Extracted, 25 Cents. " " Without Pain by the use oiKther or Ku. 5u Cents. 787 CHAPEL ST., NEW HAVEN, CT. aul FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Peaches that are good. Watermelons, Citron Melons. ; Ripe Tomatoes, Huckleberries, Red Raspberries. Bananas and Oranges. Lemons 12c dozen. Other goods at lowest price for same quality found elsewhere. HARRY LEIGH, 670 Chapel Street. Telephone. :. " : " - aul The International Express. . : DIRECT TO , . NEW YORK. BRIDGEPORT, BOSTON, n ;?,Tfm -Mrs WATERBURY, HARTFORD. SPRINGFIELD, AND ALL POINTS NORTH, , SOUTH, EAST AND WEST. Prompt Delivery and Low Rate. Office No, 31 Center -'Street R. L. l)UNNINOa Agent. Baggage checked at Hotel or Residence and deli' i ) i i. ered in New York City. .,u . febStf NOTICE. I.l. persons are hereby forbidden tnMtJnc irtw. i V ing credit to or harboring anr person on rar account from tins date, Juhr 11, 1884. jyai 8t wiLLUMH. BROMPTON. FINE SHIRTS - f TO ORDER E. MERYIN'S SON, 383 STATE StltEET, Established 184T. FOR SALE-STORE & FARM. THE STORE PROPERTY connsts of gooAtrmme buildings conTeniently arranged for the mercantile nuauieBsanascocKox iuercnanaiae aoout 9a.Uuu, with well established custom for nast fonrfawi vmtv books shown; annual pronts handsome and aatis factory, not less than &i,500 any year. THE FARM attached to this proportr contains about 135 acres, half under excellent railing and in fine condition, remainder woodland. THE DWELLING HOUSE, situated near the store, is large, new and conTeniently built of the best material; fish and oysters are near and abun dant, this property being only one and a half miles from Rappahannock River in Essex Oouiatr. V. and easily reached by Weem'fl line of steamers from Baltimore, Md. ' - . For the purposes of conducting the mercantile business, farming or planting oysters, or the. three combined, and having a pleasant and healthy home, there is no superior location; terms liberal. For xurtner particulars appiy w O.L, r AKXiNlULT, Montague P. O., Essex Co., Va. mm m WJ(VK33C3f J News by Telegraph FROM ALL, QUARTERS. HAIL TO THE HEROES, Greely;ajid His Comrades Home Again. KIND FRIENDS GREET THEM. A Loving Meeting of Husband and Wife. THE KING OF THE TURF. Jay Eye See Trots a Mile In 3:1. CREELT MEETS HIS WIFE After Years or Weary Waiting The Affecting . Meetlmc That Toole Place In tne Cabin of tne- Thetis A Hearty Welcome To the Brave He roes Frona the North. Portsmouth, N. H., August 1. The ar rival of the Qreely relief Bqnadron in the harbor to-day, a day earlier than was ex pected, disarranged all plans for their recep tion, which was to have occurred Monday. The programme, however, was carried out as arranged. The steamer Leyden and the flagship Tennessee went down the harbor to meet the relief fleet, both loaded wiih visi tors. The Tallapoosa with Secretary Chan dler, Mrs. Greely, General Hazen, Congress man Robinson, of New York, and many oth ers on board also joined the reception party. As the squadron reached Sea Point the flags on every ship in the harbor were run mast high. The Bear, the last one of the three, passed at two p. m., and at once three rousing cheers were given from the Tennessee and the band struck up "Home Again from a For eign Shore." From the decks of all the ships came cheer upon cheer, which were re turned from the decks of the Thetis, Bear and Alert. The fleet came to anchor at 2:10 and immediately Mrs. Greely, her brother, C. A. Neemith, and John Greely, brother of the lieutenant, were transferred to the Thetis amid more cheers. Mrs. Greely was received by Commander Schley at the gangway. Greely was in the cabin and not aware of her approach. Fear ing that the surprise might affect him too much Commander Schley told her to wait till he could break the news of her arrival to her husband. He then went aft while Mrs. Greely waited with evident feelings of deep emotion. It seemed a long time before the signal was given, but when it came the eager wife hurried with rapid steps and rushed into Greely 's cabin. "Oh 'Dolph!" was all that s heard as at last after weary years of waiting, doubt and despair the husband and wife were united. Then Com manders Schley, Coffin and Emory boarded the Tennessee and greeted their friends, fol lowed by the other officers and men of the relief ships. None of the Greely expedition were allowed to leave the Thetis nor was any one allowed to go on board to see them. Later in the afternoon Lieutenant Greely and his wife were taken on board the Tallapoosa and removed to the house of Admiral Wells at the navy yard. It was felt that Greelv would be enabled to rest better and be less disturbed here than on board the Thetis. He will be kept in strict seclusion .except to a privileged few for the present. Several of nis relatives arrived to-day. The bodies ot the dead will not be removed from the ves sels here and if any services are held as in tended they will be simply of a memorial cnaracter. AN AWFUL CALLOWS SCENE. Jefferson's Neck Not Broken by His Fall, He Clutches the Black Cap From Hla Face and Dies After Prolonged Agony. biogLTV, Aug. 1. Alexander Jefferson, the negro who, in a jealous m. killed Henry Hicks and Emma Jackson, also colored., an nearly killed Anna Jackson at Mrs. Jackson's residence in Brooklyn, paid the penalty of his crime upon the scaffold at 10 o'clock this morning, in the presence of 400 persons. He had become quite resigned to his terrible fate a week1 ago. : When asked if he was prepared to die he replied that he was, for he had placed his faith in the Lord, who he knew had forgiven him. He expressed a wish to have a good suit of clothes to be hanged in, and the sheriff had a suit made for him. He was not hurried this morning in his prepara tions for the exit into eternity, and every thing was done by those about him to divert his mind from his terrible taking off. Jeffer son retired at '12:26 6'clock last night and slept soundly until five minutes past five. He arose shortly after and told the under sheriff what he would have for breakfast. Just before it was brought in he prayed. The Eev. Mr. Bast and Rev. Mr. Dixon, the latter a colored paster of the African Methodist church, came in and prayed with him. He ate his breakfast with a good appetite and then dressed himself in the black cloth suit which the sheriff had purchased for him. He was kept in conversation by his spiritual ad mirers up to the time when he was led out to the scaffold Between ' the two clergymen and the noose was placed around, his neck. The drop fell at 10:07. The body shot np about five feet. Somehow the knot slipped round under his chin and his neck was not broken. For a moment he was motionless, them he began kicking and struggling as his body was twirled abont, and groaned.- By a desperate effort he got his hands up to the rope and then clutched his black cap and with his right hand tore it from his face, ex posing itecontortions and his staring eyes. The scene was so "horrible fhat "marry of the spectators turned their backs. After he had pulled the black cap from his face his arms came down to his sides again, though the contortions of hiB face and the" convulsions of his body continued probably five minutes. It was fully eight minutes after the rope was cut before the physicians pronounced life ex tinct. One physician said he could hear the heart beat until nearly 18 minutes after. The (eean steamships. y .Jfew ;Yoioc,."'Ang.'l I.-Arrived,1 fiepublic froth Uverpbolii Bailed (Dornwau, for '.Bris tol. ". - r '- ' FtoccUacataaBeanedr Cor Dynamite. London, Aug. 8. The Standard expresses regret that Egan and l)aly, the ' dynamiters, cannot be flogged at regular intervals daring the terms of imprisonment to " which they were sentenced to-day. It considers flogging the only effectual deterrent from such erimes as theirs and urges the govemmentfta, legal- j . . ?' The Lepers Not Bxhlblted. " l5iw Ydak," "Aug. 1. The exhibition of two lepers which was to have taken place thiaf iftrisxn in Union Square, was prohibit ed, Dr. O'Donnell says, on application of the Chinese consul to the mayor. ' ' A MOTHEB'S AWFUL DEED. ' ' he1Vl4 to Bake HetrMle! 'Iri1 An LaWBZXex, Sjn., Aug. Mrs. ' Anna Bnlwer has been arrested in Jefferson county charged with attempting to bake her infant stepchild in an oven. She told the neighbors toe teamed the child the i ft nrast have crawled in. The woman's late husband left a farm for the child which would have reverted to Mrs. Bnlwer upon the little one's death. Base Ball. :. .', i at new voax. i.i...B e 0 0 0 8 o -o 0 7 . in a :' n n a n a PmitUmm KewTorksl Base hits Providence 10, New Tories 7;' errors. Providence 8, New York 0 ; pitchers, Begley, and RnHlir.inw - iimnirA. Van Court. . Brooklyn BaJti mores 6, BrookTyns 1. '' Washington Metropolitans 4, Wastdngtons 6. (ten innings played). Pittsburg Athletics 8, Alleghanys 4, (twelve 1b- 'ufuuvBt. Xcoil 2 LouieviUes, ttgurteehT In ntaftsplayetr). - "- - Indianapolis Columbus 7, IirfiianapoKa A. 1 Chicago Chicago 0, Detroita t. Baser hit,' Wd cagos 11, Detroita 4; errors, Chicago 6, Detroita 8; pitchers, Corcoran and Meinke; umpire. Decker. Baltimore Baltimore Union (, Boston Unions 1. Waahiogtoo--KeytoBe Unions 6, National Unions A GENUINE BUDGET. Weighing but Seventeen AlarM After Five Bay or Life. Gastletok, Ind., August 1. A midget was born to the wife of Charles Silory of this place on Monday. The- child, "boy, is living and its mother says is doing well, although after five days of life it weigh bat seventeen ounces. An ordinary goblet placed over the head of the child reaches to Its hips. The organs are perfectly formed and bear a good proportion to one another. . The Failures of the Week. Nkw York, August, L There were 241 failures in the United State reported to Bradstreet's daring the week pending August 1, against 225 for the preceding week and 153, 105, and 75 in the corresponding . week of '83, '82 and '81. A IBHILI DOCTOR'S JKI STAKE. By Labelling a Bottle mt Medicine Wrongly She Kllla a Patient and Is Herself Taken 111. Boston, Aug. 1. Mrs. "William Hill, of Rockland, Mass., visiting friends at South Boston, called Mrs. Dr. Helen Cummin gs yesterday to prescribe for a slight indisposi tion. The latter left two bottles of medicine. Mrs. Hill seemed apprehensive of the decoc tion and to reassure her Mrs. Dr. Cummings took a dose herself. This morning at 8 o'clock Mrs. Hill took her first dose of the medicine. She immediately became very ill and at 8:30 was a corpse. It appears that Mrs. Dr. Cummings was also taken ill from her dose after reaching home and has been under a physician's care since. It seems that Mrs. Cummings left a bottle of strychnine for head trouble and a tonic, bnt in labelling the bottles reversed the directions. LIVING Off BOOTS. The Terrible Experience of a Wrecked Crew. Boston, August 1. The Portuguese schooner Piers at Boston to-day from Rio Grande had heavy weather from June 1 to 4 and was blown a long distance oat of her way. Jane 19 she took on board a heavy sea from the eastward, which filled the cabin and spoiled nearly all the ship's provisions. Dur ing the last thirty days the crew had nothing of consequence to eat excepting a kind of root which they ground into meal. Pilot No. 4 took on board on Thursday off Cape Cod some salt meat and potatoes which the poor fellows devoured most ravenously. The ves sel was one hundred days on the passage. MARRIED IN BLOOD. An Experiment -That Resulted In a Tragedy. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 1. Near Brecken ridge a fatal shooting affray occurred a few days ago, the details just being learned. Charley Poole, who had eloped with and married Miss Alexander, was riding with his wife and brother John when they were pur sued by two of his wife's brothers, John and Elisha, who had previously threatened Poole's life on account of the clandestine marriage. Anticipating an attack the Poole boys opened fire, killing Elisha Alexander instantly and wounding John. Mrs. Poole was also se verely wounded by a stray bullet. No ar rests were made. A DRUNKEN POLICEMAN'S SHOT. In a Q,narrel with a Rough he Shoot the Latter Fatally. Cincinnati, O., Aug. 1. This afternoon the unsavory neighborhood of Sixth and Lock streets contributed another to the list of murders for this season. Policeman Tim Gleason was drunk in the saloon of Joseph Myers when a notorious rough named Mike, alias "Yap" Kelly with a party of friends entered. Gleason and Kelly were soon en gaged in a quarrel and finally clinched. In the scuffle Gleason's revolver dropped on the floor and Kelly made a grab for it, but the officer succeeded in getting the weapon and immediately fired, the ball taking effect in Kelly's abdomen. The wound is considered fatal. A Little Girl's Sad Fate. Cincinnati, Aug. 1. This afternoon a little girl started across .the street at Pearl and Martin streets, and becoming frightened by the appearance of a horse and buggy, in her haste to get out of the way she rushed headlong into a passing locomotive on the railroad. A moment later her little body was taken from beneath the train with her head mashed to a pulp. Not a piece of the skull larger than a silver dollar was left. Inquiry revealed her to be Rosa Spencer, six years of age, living with her parents at Fourth and Eggleston avenues. THE CHOLERA." A Large Number of Deaths at Mar seilles. Marseilles, Aug. 1. There were fifteen deaths from cholera to-day, showing an in crease which is due to the prevalence of fog. i""--have again been lighted in the streets to clear the .ir. A number of persons who fled during the height of the epidemic have returned to th city. A NEST OR CHOLERA. Tons or Fish Washed Ashore Dead at Madlaon. Madison, Wis., Aug. . The fish in Fourth lake, principally perch, are dying at the rate of scores of tons daily. Great quan tities are being washed to the shore and the city authorities have employed a large gang of men and carting the fish outside the city limits and burying.them in the, sand banks. Although tons are thus, removed" daily, the quantity does not seem to be" lessened. As yet no inconvenience has been suffered by the city on account of the stench. The city au thorities are acting promptly. Fish experts are unable to assign any cause for the whole sale mortality. - 1 - ;'--ri . A Quarter of a Million Mortgage. Newport, Aug. 1. "A mortgage for $250,- 000 was recorded here yesterday in favor of John H. Caswell and William H. Caswell of the tea house which failed in New York yes- terdav rmon the nrooertv recently conveyed to them by Benjamin Bryer, supposed to be a member of the firm of Caswell & Co. All members of the firm are natives of Newport. BROTHERS ON THE OA L LOWS. ' Three Meii -'Huns For OonmtitUna; Arson. Scottsboro, Ala., Aug. 1. George and Asbury Hughes, brothers.and George Smith, all white men, were hanged in the jail yard at 1 p. m. for burning Mr. Porter's house on Sand Mountain last March. Although only one hundred persons were i admitted to the hanging, crowds flocked to the town from all directions. All the condemned protested their innocence. Their crime was most das tardly. Mr. Porter and his family lived in seclusion in a beautiful mansion on Sand Mountain. He was very infirm and feeble and his wife was nearly eighty years ot age. On the night of March 25, 1888, a gang of outlaws fired the house in the hope of ex torting money from the inmates, bat only succeeded in burning the mansion. Since then the old man has died and his aged wife has grown blind through privations and ex posure. NOTES OF THE CAMPAIGN. ' Callers on Cleveland art Alhany. , Albant, N. Y., Aug. l.-fFew people, of note called on Governor Cleveland at the ex eentive chambers to-day. Judge Cochran of Chicago had a. interview with him in the morning and later on Warden Brush of Sing Sing was in conference with him. For the next few. nights the Governor will be busirr encaged on his letter tit - aoaeptance. He is anxious to get through with it so as to be able to seek a brief vacation. "Work for Collins In the Bay State. Posra"ATi$,-f. .g-At araeetingof nteiirbers this afternoon a definite acceptance was re ceived from General P. A. Collins of the po sit on of chairman of the State committee. It was voted to have a doable ratificatioh oti Friday evening next, meetings to be held in r aneuu hhij ana; Tremont Temple. rne( list of speakers is in abeyance! "No decision has .beenjeached as to the., attitude of General A Republican' Wlarwam Dedicated Bangor, Me'.' August I. The Republicans held a large opening rally to-njght, -s ded'f ing a wigwam with speeches by Congressman 'smnia, HatintBal Hamlin ana outers. The Democratic HeadqaarCtoraaVeleeted Niw Yobk, Aug. l.T The executive com mittee of the Democratic National committee held a meeting this morning and appointed a Campaign or advisory committee. It will be comprised of Messrs. Gorman of Mary land, Ransom of North Carolina, Jones of Louisiana, Barbour of Virginia, Thomas of New York, Ross of New Jersey, ana nrown of Indiana It was decided to -take the house No. 11 West Twenty-femrth street, ad joining, the Hoffman House for campaign headquarters.' l'h rooms will : be opened on Monday. THE PUBLIC DEBT. A Small Reduction Made Daring; I illy. Washtnqton, Aug. 1. Baring the month of July the public debt as shown by the statement issued from the Treasury depart ment to-day was reduced $8,693,388 agaisst $7,600,500 for July, 1883. The total debt now less cash in the treasury is $1,446,056, 000 and of this $1,225,407,950 is interest bearing debt. The total cash in the treasury to-day is $405,910,003 with current liabilities ; amounting to $266,981,100; leaving an available cash balance of $139,118,903. The treasurer's statement shows $118,017,320 in gold certificates out standing against $98,392,600 a month ago. The silver certificates outstanding amount to $180,494,341, an increase of little more than half a million since June 30. The gold as set have decreased abont $18,000,000 daring th month and the treasury now holds $116, 661.039 in gold coin and bullion not covered by outstanding certificates. Gold coin has increased a little more than two millions, the treasury now holding $162,000,000 against $160,000,000 on June 30. Of gold certificates there are $26,500,000 in the treasury, a decrease of but one-half million during July. The number of standard silver dollars in the treasury vaults is $137,692,119, two million more than were held a month ago. The customs receipts for July amounted to $17, 450,527, against $20,909,289 in July, 1883: the internal revenue receipts aggre gated $,657,959, against $8,884,286 in July, laoo. lhe total receipts for the month from all sources were $29,273,994, abont three- quarters of a million less than in July, 1883, wnne tne expenditures for the month were $33,669,000, about $4,000,000 less than dur ing July, 1883. A RELIGIOUS ECSTACY Experienced by a Criminal on the Gal lows. Lrrnjc Rock, Ark., Aug. 1. At Pine Bluff to-day Frank Williams, a stalwart mulatto, expiated the crime of wife murder by hanging. The scaffold was erected two miles from the jail. Early in the morning men, women and children flocked into the town to witness the execution. At ten o'clock the jail yard was jammed with an im sympathizing and morbidly curious crowd. At 11 :30 the doomed man mounted upon a coffin in a wagon which immediately moved off, an immense crowd following. Not less than live thousand people, mostly negroes, struggled to keep the victim in view. At 13 o clock Williams waited up tne steps ot the scaffold and after he had scrutinized the noose his spiritual adviser read a hymn and the multitude sang, while Williams' body swayed back and forth as though overcome by religious ecstaey. At 12:30 the trap was spung. His neck was broken and he died without a tremor. Mr. Hatch's Body Found. New York, August 1. The body of War ren D. Hatch, president of the Hatch Litho graphing company, who disappeared about two weeks ago, was found to-day floating in he ocean off the Long Island coast. The circumstances attending the disappearance of Jlr. Hatch were as follows: On July 16 Mr. Hatch's wife received a letter from him in Which he stated that he intended to commit Suicide by drowning and that he planned to jump overboard from a Long Branch steam er. The police were notified and Pinkerton's agency engaged to assist in the search for Mr. Hatch. Circulars containing his picture and a description of him together with an offer of a reward for finding him were sent out in large numbers. The cause of Mr. Hatch's suicide is a mystery. Hopes of Major North's Recovery. HARTFonn, Conn., Aug. 1. The condition of Majorth North, who was injured in yester day's performance of the Buffalo Bill coin bination, remains unchanged and if inflamma tion can be arrested he may pull through safely. This noon his condition was such as to give his friends strong hopes of his recov ery. Outside of the major's important rela tions with the Wild West show he is connected with Mr. Cody in ranche interests in Nebraska. ALL TROTTING RECORDS BROKEN. JTay-Eye-See's "Wonderful Performance He Trots a Mile In 2:10 The Little Animal Moves Like Lightning: Around the Track Wlnshlp Breaks the Record For Trotting With Run ning; Mate. Providence, R. I., Aug. 1. This was one of the grandest days ever seen on the trotting track and its equal will not be seen for years if ever. Narragansett Park has once more come to the front and now leads the world for speed. It seemed when the day broke that old Sol was not a friend of the owners of trotting horses, but a few hours later, possibly because Mr. Case wired the clerk of the weather, he sent some of his wannest beams upon the town of Cranston and the track fairly seemed to drink in speed from the rays. By 10 o'clock it was an assured fact. that the track would be in perfect con dition, but when at 2 o'clock the crowd be gan to pour through the gates Mr. Griffin threw up both hands and said he had done his best and the track was perfect. This was seconded by Bithers, Murphy, Golden, Craw ford and in tact an the .nJ it was a hundred dollars to a lead nickel that if the horses were in even fair condition they would show figures that, to use a mild expression, would be paralyzing." Soon after noon Providence began to wake np and -there was exodus as it were. Long lines of - carriages extended along . the streets leading to . Narragansett Park, and in a short time the city was almost de serted. " The crowd was the greatest that has been, seen at the park for any race since American Girl on June 26, 1869, in the palmy days of the Sprague dynasty showed the fastest mile then seen at the track, 2:19 against Lucy, Lady Thome and Goldsmith Maid. Long before the starting of the races every seat in the grand stand was filled and five hundred carriages lined the fence on either side of the ' track. The judges of the afternoon were John Sheppard of Boston, Frank Stearns of Swansea, and Edgar G. Winsor, of Providence. The events were as follows: ?a,ouu to jay jtye See to beat his record, 2:10, and $1,000 ad ditional to beat Maud S.'stime,2:10J; $1,500 to Phallas to beat his record, 2:133, and $500 additional to beat 8:13; $1,000 to H. B. Winship and running mate to break Frank and mate's record, 2:08, and $500 addi tional if 2:07 is beaten;, $1,000 to Maxey Cobb to beat Phallas' record. The betting was, on Jay Eye See, $25 that he would not beat 2:11 against $11 that he would make 2:10; on Winship, $20 that he would not beat 2:08 against $16 that he would show 2:07 or better; Phal las, $20 that he would go in 3:13 against $10 that 2:14 would be the figures. There were plenty of takers on both sides, but as will be seen the short enders won ont handsomely. Shortly after 3 o'clock Ed. Bithers drove Jay Eye See on the track and the applanse ran along the grand stand like salvos of artillery. He was closely followed by Johnny Murphy behind Maxey Cobb, Mr. Isi dor Oohnfold's fast and handsome bay stud, and again the applause broke out. After the warming heat, in which no very fast time was made, then came the wonder of the afternoon, the little flyer, the fastest piece of horse flesh that lives, J. I. Case's world re nowned and now champion of the trotting turf, Jay Eye See. He came out to beat the record of Maud S. He shone like a piece of black satin, and as he moved easily down by the grand stand just getting ready to go, he looked like a black flash. Bithers handled him in beautiful style, jchile just behind him came Murphy behind Case's new sorrel run ner, hitched to a sulky. The word was given and the little horse went away like' a roeket, Murphy thundering some ten lengths in the rear. Around the turn the wind caught him, bnt he shot to the quarter pole in 33J, and then as he turned" into the Dack stretch went along like a little black demon while Murphy handled the runner with consummate skill and at the water tank had just begun to crawl onto the little black. At the half, which Bithers had made with his horse going easy in 1:06, Murphy let go of the runner and he "lapped the black's wheel. Bithers began to send Jay Eve See and he rounded the upper turn and made the three-qnarters in 1 :3U and then and not till then did he call on him to do his best. As he struck into the home stretch there was 'a breathless silence along the vast" crowd and Bithers' voice calling on his horse could be plainly heard.' It was a beautiful sight, one never to be forgotten. The black was coming like a whirlwind and yet. his action was as perfect as if he was only moving at a three minute- gait. Murphy was urging the runner, and the faster he flew along the faster ' the little piece of black lightning came. He was a length and a half from the wire when Bithers lifted him and ' as a thousand voices shouted, "He has done it." the tittle fellow broke and dashed by the line on the break in 2:10, the champion of the turf. A floral col lar was given him. J. I. Case kissed ' his wife and everybody cheered. j H. B. Winship and running mate then came out on the track, and ; trotter, runner and driver were in fine feather. They start ed off finely at the word and went to the quarter in a 2:01 clip; to the half in 1:01, the three-qnarters In 1:84 and home in rattling style in 2:06, the fastest mile ever trotted. W. B. wmnsnip, tne owner, felt happy enough? to stand on his head. Phal las went two heats to beat his Chicago time of 2:18", s but only succeeded in equalling it, not feeling in . the best condi tion. Maxey Cbb, who was billed to beat Phaliaa' time of 2:18?, failed to do ft, but trotted a handsome mile in beating his own record by four and a quarter seconds. LOCAL IETS. ' '" ' Daniel Gunn's Gang;. "I want to speak to yon about them fel ler under as," said a young lad to Lieuten ant Wrinn at police headquarters last even ing. ''Well, go ahead with your oration." f'Me and this man here," pointing to a swarthy Italian beside him, "went np to our room at 51 State street to-night about 8 o'clock and commenced to whistle a little, when a drunken man burst the door open, came into the room and began calling ns names. He struck me. Me'n my pard here can't stand it any longer. We want the other gang what boards with Daniel Gund arrested." The lieutenant told the pair where to find a policeman when they needed one, and they departed feeling better. Police Notes. Yesterday forenoon the ambulance of the police department was employed to convey from No. 27 Franklin street to the hospital Hans Hedoliu, who has meningitis. ' Yesterday afternoon the police patrol wagon was sent to Grapevine Point. Charles Plumb had been making a good deal of trouble at the pottery there and some men had overcome him and tied his legs and arms. In that tied-up and helpless condition he was delivered at the lockup. Thomas MeDonongh was arrested yester. day afternoon for a breach of the peace against Henry Rippenhausen at his boarding honse. Emory Whiting, of No. 4 Church street, Was arrested last evening on a charge of breach of the peace against Maria Dobson. He will have to answer before the City court this morning. Peter Fox, who lives on Adeline street, was arrested last evening for a breach of the peace toward a neighbor named Mrs. Frank Cook. It is a quarrel between families that will have to be settled in the City court. At Savin Rock. A large Waterbury party visits Savin Rock to-day. It will be the largest of the season at the shore. The excursionists come by the Derby road to this city and hence by the horse cars to the shore. The American says: "Superintendent George W. Beach has left nothing undone to provide for the comfort and pleasure of the Savin Rock excursionists to-morrow. Nothing but passenger cars will be used, as arrangements have been made for. the loan of an extra number from the Derby railroad. The party will leave the Nauga tuck station in this city at 6:45 a. m. Once at the Rock, the real festivities begin. Howes' large dancing pavilion has been se cured by the committee and Bergin's orches tra will play continually to Haloran's prompt ing until evening. There will be ample time for bathing, boating, etc. No ohe need fear a lack of real enjoyment. The young folks will pass a greater part of the time at the large skating rink extending over the surf, which is run in connection with the pavilion. Horse cars especially provided will be at the pavilion at 5:00 p. m. to convey the party back, arriving as is expected shortly after 8 o'clock. Tickets for the round trip $1.50. Half-tickets $1.20." Personal. Mr. John S. Beach and family left yester day for Moosehead Lake, Maine. Prof. Mark Bailey and wife left yesterday for Montpelier. Rev. Mr. Kelsey of this city leaves to-day for Thoniaston to officiate in the Congrega tional church there to-morrow. He will preach there also next Sunday. Mr. Ives F.. Lyon, with Thomson & Bel den, the paint and oil merchants, State street, is at Waramaug Lake for a couple of weeks. CM. Loomis started for Saratoga yesterday. Prof. A. M. Loomis will join him at the Grand Union Hotel next week. The American Register of Paris reports the following Connecticut ' people registered abroad on the 19th of July: At London, G. F. and C. A. Cowles of Ansonia. At Dres den, George M. Brown, Julius H. Cotton, and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hyde of Hartford; Edward Hawes and W. T. and Mrs. Isbell of New Haven. At Wiesbaden, Joseph Cone of Hartford. The Good Samaritans will give a moon light excursion on the Sound August 7, tak ing the Philadelphia. The tickets are limit ed. Captain Hinman generously donates ne use of the boat for the occasion. Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Morrell, of 138 York street, this city, have been the guests of Mrs. Irad Fuller at Westfield, Mass., and have gone to Montgomery, Mass., where they have been joined by Mlaa H. E. Lowe, of this ty, for a two weeks stay, Commotio. Scran ton, of the New Haven Yacht club, arrived ! the city yestay- "Messrs. James Gallagher, jr., vvilliam Price, Captain Munn and Colonel Hamilton, of Springfield, were with the yacht Minerva at Cottage City, Martha's Vineyard, on Thursday. They were expecting to leave soon to return to this city. Yesterday's Bridgeport Farmer says: Fire Marshal Morgan, of this city, and Fire Mar shal Kennedy, of New Haven, were experi menting with Little Neck clams at Savin Rock to-day. The result will be made known in due time. POLITICAL,. The chairmen of the Republican ward committees in the town of New Haven, are hereby notified to call meetings of the Republican electors in each ward on or before the 10th day of August, 1R84, for the purpose of electing delegates to a town conven tion which will elect delegates to the Republican State convention to be held in New Haven August autn. imt. The number of delegate to which each ward is en titled is a follows: First ward 5 Second " 4 Third " 2 Fourth " I' 4 Fifth " a Sixth " 3 Seventh " -2 Klghth 4 Ninth 5 Tenth " 4 Eleventh " , 4 Twelfth " 3 Thirteenth " a Fourteenth" 2 Fifteenth ." 2 Chairmen and secretaries of ward meetings will furnish credentials to delegates, and will also send duplicate copies' of credentials to the chairman of the town committee. Lccirs P. Dkmino, Chairman of Republican Town Committee. New Haven, August 1st, 18ft4. - WE DO NOT CLAiM that noon's Sarsapauilla will cure every thing, but the fact that on the purity and vitality of the blood depend the vigor and health of the whole system, and that disease of various kinds Is of ten only tbo sign that nature Is trying to remove the disturbing cause, we are naturally led to the conclusion that a remedy that gives Hfe and vigor to the blood, eradicates scrofula and ether im parities front It, as Hood's Sabbat abuja ' nndonbtedry does, must be the means of pre :' venting many diseases that , would occur without Its use ; hence the field of Its osef ln nessl oelt an extended, one, and we are ,, warranted in recommending it for Jl 1 de " rangements of the ytem which are caused ' y an unnatural stateot the blood. -; Why Suffer with Salt-Rheum t yay.ua. c. I. Hood & Co., lowell, Mass. ' Gentlemen I was a great sufferer from Bait-Rheum on my limbs, for a dozen years Previous to the summer of 1678, at which tme I was eured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. , The akin would become .dry, chap, crack open. Weed aua Itch Intensely, so that 1 ' could not help scratching, which of course ' made them worse. At the time I com menced taking Hood' Sarsaparilla (In the suinmerof 1870) they were so oad that they ' discharged, and 1 was obliged to keep them bandaged with linen cloths. The akin was draws so tight by the heat of the disease : that ii 1 stooped over they would crack open and actually bring tears Into mjr eyes. The first bottle benefited nic so much that I eon tiimed taking It till I was cured 1 used oue , box of Hood's Olive Ointment, to relieve the . Itching. Hoping many others may leara the '' value of Hood's SanaparUla and receive as much benefit as I have, I am, Verytrulu DT No. 78 Broadway. Lowell, Mass., Jan. 18, 17. ; Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by drugghus. Price $1, or lx for $4. - Preparedbyai.HOODACOMLoweU.MaM. ' WAMTED, A HOUSE centrally located, for a small private family, wtthaKrfer improvements. Address, stating rent, etOk, , , P. O. BOX 11,,. Jy3l3t - . . ? WANTED. TABLE Boarders. Abo one room for rent. JiLjJlltf ' - f09 CHAPEL STREET. WASTED, To BUY lot of Seoond-hand Furniture and Car pets. Highest cash price paid. Orders by mail promptly attended to at 28 CHURCH STREET. Intelligence Office. EMPLOYMENT office for males and females. Help of different nationalities can be supplied to private families, boarding houses, notels and res taurants. The proprietor of this establishment pays great attention in the choice of girls and women be fore sending them te fill situations. Calls from the country at any distanoe are promptly attended to. Invalid and wet nurses at short notice. Male help for families and farmhands always ready. .-, MRS. T. MULLIGAN, aaetf ''f.;; 197 QOorre. corner Temple street. To Whom it mat Concern ! MONEY liberally advanced in sums to suit on all kinds of merchan dise ami personal property of ev ery description at EDWARD ENGEL'S Old and Reliable Money Loan Office, 41 and MS STATE STREET, New Haven, Conn. Ail legal transactions strictly Confidential. ja5 MRS. DR. J. A. Wai&HT, Psychometrist and Clairvoyant. Consultation on Business, Minerals, Health and al Personal Matters. Readings of Character by Handwriting-, Photograph or Hair. Price Gentlemen, $3; Ladies, $1. Mrs. Wright can be consulted at her office, 98 Or ange street, daily, 9a.rn.to8p.rn. in38tf jsairaraer Resorts. : BLOCK ISLAXD, R. I. Only Four and a half Honrs From New Haven. OCEAJV VIEW HOTEL, The palace hotel of the seashore. Magnificent fishing and bathing and driv . ing. Send for illustrated circular. ; ' ' N. BALL, Proprietor. O. 8. MABDEN, Manager. jyjnjm . Good Country Board fv IN a pleasant village six miles from Litch lL field, Conn. Term moderate. Good Fishing Special inducements to boys, clerks or students. Address BOX 871, Northfield, Conn. jyfci 6t COVE HOUSE MORRIS COVE. HEW HAVEN, Hotl Bum Runs an 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, ta.m .2 and 7:45 p. U1, 920 t'apel su wt to Cove House, 7:15 p. m Sundays. Cove House to (ISC Chapel street, 9 a. m. and 8 p. m. 920 Chapel stree to Cove House. 10:110 a. in., 9 p. m. G. S. BARKENTIN, PROPRIETOR, BLOODGOOD HOUSE, Catskill Mountains. A delightful resort on the highest range of the Catskill. Postonlce, telegraph office, delightful scenery, no malaria, good board and pleasant rooms. Inquire of ISAAC F. GRAHAM. Manager, R. G. DUNN & CO.. 747 Chapel Ktreet, New Haven. Ct., or the proprietors, BtOOBUOOU BROS., mlUeodtsep Hensonville, Greene Co., N. V. (.KOVt COTTAGE. AT SAVIN ROCK, FORMERLY OCEAN COTTAGE, Summer Street, W:st Haven, Conn. H. A. CONVERSE, proprietor of the Austin House, New Haven, has fitted up and Lnndsomely furnished the above cottage. It is now ope for guests. Beau tifully situated adjoining the grow and possessing all the facilities for comfort and enjo Ment, Grove cottage affords a rare opporuity for sojourners at the seashore. jel am The Railroad Waiting Room., SAVIN ROCK. Spacious restaurant rooms. Iarge Pavilion. A good dinner for 50 cents. Parties will lw guaranteed just reception on all occasions. O. HOWES, m24 3rn Proprietor. SAVIN ROCK SHORE. Mrs. S. Holmes, Proprietress. The pleasantest place on Savin Rock Shore, eleganlly 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 e.ierience in the business, cannot fail to please al) who favor me with their patronage. Terms moderate. P. O. Bog K4, West Haven. Conn. Jel3 Beach House. Savin Rock, West Haven, Ct. The popular proprietor Sea View 1879-130, Austin House. New Haven, 1HS1-1SS2, Beach House 18K2. WILL OPEN BEACH HOUSE JUNE 1st., 1884 Railroad drove Restaurant I THE OROVK, W. H. PUTNAM, PROPRIETOR, FO-1lRL'i PUTNAN &. HALE The most delightful place the shore. Meals served at all hours. J?""1 Oysters, Stewed Clams, etc. All TemDerw DrinkB. Hilluian's Celebrated lee Creur. jeUOSin BRANFORD .POINT , HOTEL BRANFORD, JO .V. SEASON 1884. tage and Carriages connect with all trains at Branford Depot . . Elegant Dining Room and Sum mer Pavilioia. , - DINNERS AND SUPPERS SERVED TO ORDER TO PARTIES.. ; Telephone connects wtih the house. Parties desiring information in regard to rooms, rates, etc., addrew GEORliE H. BROWNE, jy7 lm ' Propntur SOUTH El"HOlJ8E. i Now Open for the Schnoii ' It has ben refHted and permanent and transient guests can be accommodated. The" grounds are spacious and good facilities for Ashing. Dinners a specialty. Stage leaves South- End at 7:20 a. m., 1, 4 anil 7 p. m. Sundays, a. m. and 7 p. ni. Leaves New Haven 9:30 a. ., :, 6:15 and H p. in. Satur days at 8 p. m. J)ancing Tuesday and Friday even ings at 8 o'clock". . - 7 JOHN SMITH, Proprietor. jelH3m LIJ SREELPH RESTAI KAT. SAVIN ROCK HILL. "S TTaw open for the seasons - rhernased attractions. The ouest gkatiug Rui on the staorw 100 feat long and 40 feet V ide. Flying Horses, Rillo Range, Ex cellent Boating facilities. - DINNFRS AND SUPPERS SERVED AT SHORT NOTICE. - ' ' CHARLES SKEELES. je-jOgm Elastic Hose. KNEE CAPS. ANKLETS AND ABM ifMECES. L Silk Abdominal Supporters. ' J. . . ! i .-iv; For the relief of corpulency, enlarged veins and weak Joints. Since we ' commenced the manufac ture f tne above, using only fresh Imported stock, we are able te furnish the best .fitting and most dur able goods that can be mode. A fact that pur regu lar customers do not fan to appreciate. OUR STOCK OF TRUSSES, j Manufaetored especially -for our retail trade, in cludes almost every form of Ttusb of any value in pinarket, which with our facilities for making to or- .oer special appliances and long experience in the reatment of .Hernia, snablesus to guarantee relief Sml comfort to every one needing support. " Personal attention given to the selection and proper adjustment of all appliances. 'E, L. Washturn, K D., :. ,84. . ontmcoa (Bl OBNTEEl ST., BENEDICT BUILDING. J i - . ... DEPOT CARS PASS THE DOOR. jyl0 THE REASON WHY THE "SEAL OF NORTH CAROLINA." v V 11 V o C 17 X s la the favorite Smoking TbaccO of connoisseurs: Because it is the best. It is selected with the great est can from the best Tobacco grown in Granville County, North Carolina, and stored away two years before it is manufactured. For sale by all dealers. MARBURG, BROS., Manufacturers, QKj 4