August 7, 1884.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength
and wholesonienesa More cconomiear thuii the ordl
narv kinds, and cannot lo sold In competition with the
mu'rllU'li1 of !nv t'st, short weight, alum or phosphate
Royal Baking Powder Co.. 1 Wall St., N. Y.
the BEST THING KNOWN
. IN HARD CR SOFT, HOT OR COLD WATER.
SAVES LABOK, TIME and SOAP AMAZ
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No family, rich or poor should be without it.
Sold by all Grocers! BEWABE of imitations
well designed to mislead. PE1RUNE is the
ONXY SAFE labor-saving compound, auo
always bears the above symbol, and name of
JAMES PXLS, KEW IORK.
Lirew uumrLnin is. gy
Bwimn it acts on the LIVER, BOWELS and
KIDNEYS at the same time.
Beoanse it oleanse. the system of th.Twrini.
ou. anmors that develooe In Kidnev and rri.
nary Disossos, Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipa
tion, files, or in Rnemnatism, Neuralgia, liar-
vviw vmuen bdo bii jrenuue uompiaWtS, -
IT WJLUI BUBZXi? CUIUS
Bjr oansinc FBEB ACTION of all the organs
and function, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off disease.
THOUSANDS OP CASES
of the vant fcrrmn if thiwa awsM
hava been quiokly relievod, and. in a short time
FBICS, SI. LIQUID OB DRY, SOLD BT DRUGGISTS.
Dry can be sent hv mail-
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V Send lUmp Tor Diary Almanac for 1884.
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Cold, clears the Head as by Magic, stops watery
discharges from the Nose and Eyes, prevents Ring-
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and subdues Chills and Fever. In Chronic Ca
tarrh it cleanses the nasal passages of foul mucus,
restores the sense of smell, taste and hearing when
affected, frees the head, throat and bronchial tubes
of offensive matter, sweetens and purifies the
breath, stops the Cough and arrests the progress of
Catarrh towards Consumption.
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Lt CTRI cvf1 in-iu uaiir.111 comomect
f. f ' fl I ' wlul ryjrvjvn .rjAir.K, ana
t,5-Yfc.lVla"gn at pain.
By relying on testimonials written in vivid glowing
language of some miraculous cures made by some
largely puffed up doctor or patent medicine has
hastened thousands to their graves; the readers hav
ing almost insane faith that the same miracle will
be performed on them that these testimonials men
tion, while the so-called medicine is all the time
hastening them to their graves. Although we have
Thousands Upon Thousands ! ! !
of testimonials of the wonderful cures, voluntarily
sent us, we do not publish them, as they do not make
the cures. It is our medicine. Hop Bitters, that
make the cures. It has never failed and never can.
"VTe will give reference to anyone for any disease
similar to their own if desired, or will refer to any
neighbor, as there is not a neighborhood in the
known world but can show its cures by Hop Bitters.
' A Losing Joke.
A prominent physician of Pittsburg to a lady
patient who was complaining of her continued illj
health and of his mabiliy to cure her, jokingly said:
"Try Hop Bitters ?" The lady took it in earnest and
Used the Bitters, from which she obtained perma
nent health. She now laughs' at the doctor for his
joke, but he is not so well pleased with it. as it cost
him a good patient.
Pees of Doctors.
. The fees of doctors at $3 a visit would tax a man
for a year and in need .of a daily visit over 1,000 a
year for medical attendance alone. And one singie
bottle of Hop Bitters taken in time would save tiM
$1,000 and all the year's sickness.
Wh. muu!iiu,ieuraigia,sciatica, coughs
MVMlWV coias, weak book, stomach and
NkA ' ?"5gf-Bowcs. Shooting pains, numbness,
ijlLc -T.-v-S1 Hysteria. Female Pains.Palpitation
Given up by the Doctor.
"Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up and at work
and cured by so simple a remedy !"
"1 assure you it is true that he is entirely- cured,
- and with nothing but Hop Bitters, and only ten
days ago his doctors gave him np and said he must
die from Kidney and Liver trouble."
. None genuine without a bunch of green Hops
on the white label. Shun all the vile, poisonous stuff
with "Hop" or "Hops" in their name, jyaeodifew
B u c k'wh'eat
Timothy, Red Top
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374 and 376 State Street,
CONNECTICUT RIVER SHAD.
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Hard Crabs, Live LiObsters,
Sea Bass, Black Fish, '
Trout and - Mackerel.
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cents a Week, 42 Cents a Month, $5.00 a
Year. Ths Save Terms Bt Mail.
Thursday, August 9, 1884.
THE LEE FIJIIliT 6ATHEBISO.
A Very Fraternal and Intei-e.ttns: As
sembly Historical, Genealogical and
Logical. . -
At the Lee family reunion in Hartford, W.
Wallace Lee, of Meriden, in his address re
ferred to the fact that within thirty miles of
Hartford lie buried the whole line of his own
ancestry back to John Lee of Farmington,
with the single exception of one who died on
the battlefield, and his grave alone of .all is
Mr. Frederick E. Lee, living near Birming
ham, England, gave a very interesting ac
count of the Lee family in England and of
its branch in Canada, springing from Br.
Ebenezer Lee, who, with his son, Hooker
Lee, left Farmington because of his Tory
sympathies during the Eevolutionary war.
The latter opened the way for a more ex
haustive tracing of the English ancestors of
John Lee and gave suggestions of valuable
data. The writer expressed the hope that
a revised edition of the Lee book might be
Following the reading of the letters, Mr
Trail; t r 1 1 -kir J AM i
v uiiam uee, or jnarysviiie, umu, nu in
teresting paper in which he followed out the
six generations of one branch of John Lee
from the Farmington John.closingwith John
6th, who died in Hartford county in 1864. The
speaker said he was the only one living in the
line he had followed and was of the third son
of John 6th. He left Connecticut for Ohio
fifty-four years ago. A paper prepared by
Mr. William H.Lee,of New York, was listened
to with much interest. It was upon"OurEng-
lish Origin" and gave a valuable compilation
of historical and personal memoranda. What
was for manv years a matter of tradition
documentary evidence now proves to be true
that John Lee came to this country from
Colchester, England. Colonel Chester of
London, an accomplished genealogist, has
made searchincr investigations or tne genealo
gical record of the family and many import
ant discoveries have been made. Mr. Lee's
paper covered very much matter of value and
interest, and showed an exhaustive and
painstaking effort. The paper was heartily
An interesting paper was also read by
Leonard Lee, of Kenosha, Wis. Mr. Thomas
W. Lee, of St. John's, N. B., here introduced
his nenhew. Mr. G. Herbert Lee. This gen
tleman returned thanks for the cordial recep
tion given to himself and his uncle as repre
senting a Canadian Lee family. He spoke
of his great grandfather, Captain Joseph
Lee, who was faithful to his king in-the
Eevolutionary war, and fled to New
Brunswick at its close. In closing he re
ferred to the close union now existing be
tween England and America. Professor
John S. Lee of Canton, N. Y., was then
called to the platform and spoke in an enter
taining manner for about twenty minutes,
making special reference to the qualifica
tions and character of the family as worthy
of commendation and personal pride. The
speaking closed with extended remarks by
the Eev.Burdett Hart of Fair Haven.
XO CONEY ISLAND.
Excursion of tbe St. Aloysiun fonng
Men's X. A. and B. Society 'J' lie "Elm
City "Loaded With "Excursionists.
An eager, joyous throng of people crowded
Belle dock yesterday morning for an hour or
more before the steamer Elm City pulled
away, bound for New York and Coney Island
for the annual excursion of the St. Aloysius
Young Men's T. A. and B. society. Exclu
sive of band and crew, 1,036 persons were on
board. Colt's military band of Hartford
played inspiring strains as the boat drew
away from the dock and Landrigan's orches
tra and Captain Flaherty guided the feet of
many dancers during the. sail down the
Sound. A better day or a jollier party
could not be imagined, and they had a splen
Some of the excursionists were Eev. Father
Lawler of St. Mary's church, Eev. Father
Mulcahy of the Sacred Heart, Eev. Father
Maloney of Stl John's, Attorney Bernard
Shanley, Druggist Eichard M. Sheridan,
Arthur Downes, John McPartlen, Thomas
Lane, Charles Leddy, Frank Collins,
James Flynn, Benjamin Lynch, John -F .
Flannagan, John Coogan, Thomas Flood,
Michael Cummins, Bernard Oook, Eobert Mc
Donald and wife, Thomas B. Cannon, the
Misses Rohan, Miss Rose Corcoran, Miss
Clerkin. Miss Katie Guncheon. Miss Crowley,
Miss Nellie Cannon, William Oarroll, William
Church, Miss Maggie Dolan, Miss Maggie
bpencer.David McNamara.Miss Julia Uoylan,
Miss Mary Head, Frank Waters, Miss Annie
tirennan, Miss Louise Urennan, Walter (jrer
ard, the Misses Bannon, Miss Ward, Isaac
Cook, John White, Miss Eourke, Mrs. John
Cooaan, Frank Covle, Charles Coyle, Miss
Annie Clune. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eeynolds,
Mr. and Mrs. David Connell, J. W. Gordon
and wife, ' "Philip Flood, Bo&ert Early,
John Hewitt. Miss Tracev and Miss Pur-
cell of Hartford. Miss Mamie Ledwith,
Georee Wohlmaker. Annie and
Mamie Wohlmaker, Hugh McManus,
William Paul, Michael F. Campbell, Thomas
Junningham, Anme Kearns, George aanaals,
Peter Mitchell, James Cavanagh, the Misses
McHugh, Miss Cannon, the Misses Dennen,
Miss Emily M. Ellrod. The society's committee
in charge of the excursion were Chairman
Peter Cook, Michael Cannon, Bernard Cook,
Thomas "B. Cannon, Eobert McDonald, John
Murray, Thomas Carey, John Gordon, Thom
as Flood and Andrew Murtha.
The Philadelphia Resumes.
The steamer Philadelphia returned yester
day from Jersey City, where she has been
undergoing a thorough overhauling. Her
wherl has been replaced by a new Delamater
speed wheel, and her hurricane deck has
been thoroughly strengthened by trusses at a
large expense. Special care was. taken to in
sure great strength, so that even in the
roughest weather she will ride safely. The
Philadelphia was built only a year ago, and
has been strengthened especially to stand the
rough weather in the Sound. The boat car
ried a large party of Whitneyville church
goers to Pawson Park.
Those Wicked West Haven men.
Several West Haven hotel and restaurant
keepers were summoned before Justice Met
calf yesterday, as Prosecuting Agent Tuttle
had made another descent upon them for
violating the no-license law. Messrs. Cox
Lucas, Perrin, Sohn and Hills were notified
to arfpear. All except Mr. Hills pleaded
guilty and settled by paying $2 and costs, in
all $18.72. Charles R. Whedon appeared for
Mr. Hills. He entered a demurrer which
was overruled and Mr. Hills was fined $30
and costs. An appeal was taken.
This is the second raid since the season
A Dog Worth Notice.
The Ansonia Evening Sentinel tells the
A transient guest sitting in the office of
the Bassett House, Birmingham, a few even
ings since, was interviewed by a bright little
terrier dog, well known hereabout for his
smartness. The dog looked up in the gentle
man's face so knowingly that the latter re
marked, "Well, you are a bright little fel
low, I guess you can do some tricks; what
can you do!" At this the little terrier sat
down on his haunches folded his arms in his
most approved style and looked np as if
to say, "How is that for a dog?" "Well
done," said the gentleman, "perhaps
you can do some other things: What
else can you do?" Afc that the little fellow
deliberately marched out to the middle of the
floor, stood upon his hind feet erect and
whirled twice around. "Pretty good, pretty
good," said the traveler; "somebody must
think a good deal of you. Can you walk!"
At that the little dog stood himself erect and
walked with great deliberation to his new
found friend and putting his fore paw upon
the latter's knee looked up for approval,
which he got most heartily, the gentleman
saying: "I know a man who has a dog that I
think is not bo smart as you that he values at
$1,000." At this the owner of the dog (Mr.
Charles Tracie) looked np from the paper that
he had been reading with the remark: "But I
would not swap with him." The gentleman
proved to have been a good deal of a dog
fancier, having been at one time and another
the owner of nearly a hundred specimens,
but had rarely seen one that seemed to un
derstand everything that was said to him, as
did this one. The peculiarity of the "per
formance was that it was not routine. The
dog seemed to have made his own selection
from quite a large number of Bimilar tricks,
without his master's familiar voice, or
.motions to direct. Some dog fanciers go bo
far as to think that by "breeding in and in"
dogs may be even taught to vocalize intelli
gibly. -One man claims to have made con
siderable progress in this direction.
IBS COl'HT RECORD. . .
Court Criminal Side Judge
August 6. George Hotchkiss, violating
order of Board of Health, continued to Au
gust 7; Henry Flynn, breach of the peace,
f 5 fine and $6.18 costs; same, drunk, $10 fine
and $6.18 costs; John Kinsella, breach of the
peace, $25 fine and $6.18 costs; same, drunk,
$10 fine and $6.18 costs; John McLaughlin,
breach of the peace against Kate Wrinn, con
tinued to August 7; Timothy Burns, breach
of the peace, judgment suspended; same,
drunk August 5, $10 fine, $5.89 costs;
same, drunk August 7, $1 fine, $4.79
costs; James Brady, theft, continued to
August 7; Charles Lynch, breach of the
peace against Theresa Lynch, judgment sus
pended; same, drunk, judgment suspended;
Theresa Lvnch. drunk and breach of the
peace, judgment suspended; William O Bnen,
Thmardi of the -oeace acrainst Daniel McCue,
1 fine. $6.18 costs; Daniel McCue, breach of
I Mi neace acrainst William O'Unen, iuag-
ment suspended; x nomas uhukto, urcacu
nf .h neace asrainst Henry Jf earsau,
$1 fine, $6.18 cost; same, drunk, $5
fine. 86.18 costs: Patrick Corcoran, breach
of the peace, discharged: Mary Ann Red-
mond.lascivious carriaee, $7 fine, $7.76 costs,
appealed; same, breach of the peace against
Mary Donahue, discharged; Kate Jenkmson,
same, discharged; Kate Jenkinson, keeping
disorderly house, $25, $15.92 costs; Patrick
J. Cox, lascivious carriage, $6 fine, $7.76
costs, appealed; Henry Cochrane and Henry
Peroenstock. building bonfires, nolled on pay
ment of $5 costs; Frank Wrinn, Sylvester
Compa, John Richardson, Jfinncco Kayo
nette, Enrico Buldo, breach of the peace, dis
charged; Kicnara i"etit, oreacn or tne peace,
10 fine. $16.18 costs; Feter Soldito, same,
same: Evoline Sinton, disobedience, sent to
Industrial school: Daniel McNeil-,1 non-sup
port of wife, discharged; J. F. Carey, theft
from James Clerkin, $6.93 costs, 30 days in
iail: James Healev. embezzlement, Farren
Bros., to August 8; John Carroll, Elmer C.
Daniels and Thomas Sarerey, vagrancy, judg
In the Probate court yesterday Edwin - W.
Cooper was appointed trustee upon the in
solvent estate of John E. Williams, the West
ville livery stable propirietor.
Yesterday morning Messrs. Hills, Cox, Lu
cas, Perrin, Leonard and Sohn were tried at
West Haven before Justice Metcalf , for sell-
ine liquor without a license. All settled ex
cept Mr. Hills, upon payment of $2 and costs,
$18.72 each. Hills demurred and was fined
30 and costs. Appealed.
The case of James Healey, the young man
who was arrested last night for embezzling
over $200 worth of goods and money from
his employers, the Farren Brothers, spring
bed manufacturers, was yesterday morning
continued until August 9. .
Two men, Henry Flynn and John Kinsella,
arrested yesterday for assaulting a gate tend
er at the Lafayette crossing of the Derby
railroad, were found guilty yesterday morn
ing in the City court and Flynn was fined $5
and costs, while Kinsella's fine was made $25
and the costs, in addition to which he was
fined $10 and costs for being drunk, to which
charge he pleaded guilty.
The case of George Hotchkiss, who was
before the City court charged with violating
an order of the Board of Health in not
cleaning out the cellars of his houses No's.
11. 13, 15 and 17 George street and in not
filling up a cesspool at No. 11 George street,
was continued bv Judge uemine until
Daniel McNeill, who was brought before
the court on a charge that he failed to sup
port his family, was discharged. It was
shown in evidence that the wife frequently
came home drunk, and has often been ar
rested bv the police.
John McLaughlin, aged forty, while slight
ly inebriated Tuesday afternoon, went into
Mrs. Kate w ruins saloon on iiatayette
street, and when told to go out by the pro
prietress he assaulted her, grabbing Her by
the ear and tearing the flesh about it. He
was arrested and arraigned in the City court
yesterday morning. He claimed that Mrs,
Wnnn's daughter threw a glass or Deer in
his face and that this started the fight. The
case was contmued until this morning to give
the defence a chance jo get in other wit
The cases of Mrs. Mary Redmond and
Patrick J. Cox, accused of lascivious car
riage, and or Mrs. Kate jenkinson tor Keep
ing a disorderly house on State street, were
disposed of in the City court yesterday morn
ing. Mrs. Redmond and Uox were both
found guilty and fined $7 and costs. Mrs.
Jenkinson was also found guilty. She was
fined $50 and costs. The appeal bond was
fixed at $250.
James F. Carey, who resides on East Btreet
and who was arrested Sunday for stealing
three boxes of cigars from James (Jlerkin, or
Locust street, yesterday received a sentence
of thirty days in jail.
Of the six or eight young Irishmen and
Italians who engaged in a row at Cedar Hill
on Saturday night, Judge Deming fined Rich
ard Petit on one side and Peter Soldito on the
other each $10 and costs and discharged the
Michael Angelo O'Brien was fined $1 and
costs for striking Daniel McCue on Tuesday
A young girl named Eveline Sinton was
sent to the Industrial school yesterday morn
ing on complaint of her father that she was
The City court was in session from 9 to 3
yesterday continuously, which, considering
the weather and the fact that there was no
stop made for lunch, made it pretty hard on j
Judge Deming and the others who had to
stay through, and even then all the cases on
the docket were not tried, some being con
A call has been posted for the Republican
pioneers of 1880 and others friendly to the
election of the Republican candidates to
meet on Wednesday evening at the drill
room over Boardman's store.
A number of Derby people were at High
Rock grove to-day, being the union picnic
from iairneld, Huntington and !lack Rock
John A. Martin is the owner of a new
Star bicycle, the handsomest in town.
Harvey .Beaumont's residence was entered
last week and a lot of newspapers, canned
fruit, some clams and a variety of articles
stolen. Children's footsteps were found in
the cellar and the theft was traced to Tony
Smith's children, Eugene and Ella. Some of
the goods were found in Smith's house. The
children were arrested and the girl was sen
tenced to the Industrial school until she is
eighteen. Smith gave notice that he should
appeal the case and was given until this
morning to furnish bondB. The boy, owing
to nis age, he being quite young, was ac
quitted, his father promising to look out for
Mrs. B. T. Jones and her daughter are at
m r i I- f -i "
otony jreeK ior a lew days.
C. H. Mclntire is suffering from a sprained
The stockholders of the Wilson Sewing
Machine company hold a ' special meeting in
tne court room on oaturday evemng to con
sider the matter of increasing the capital
stock of the company SZUU,UUU.
; D. P. Griawold has returned from the
shore with his family.
Rev. W. C. Richmond will preach at the
Baptist church on Sunday.
The following members of Company K
have been discharged for non-residence or
expiration of time of service: A. D. Barlow,
Fred. Barlow, Paul Billhart, Charles S. Web
ber, John Clulee, John H. Delehanty, Grove
Mrs. S. J. Hall is confined to the house
M. J. Kenney and Ted Gardner row a four
oared race in Derby the 16th of August with
two men of that towa.
A. H. Champion, of New London, who
formerly resided here, sends one dollar
toward the Waples relief fund.
Rev. H. M. Tenney starts for Vermont on
Monday to spend his annual vacation.
It has been decided that the schools will
open for the fall term on Sept. 1st.
C. I. Parmalee starts on Thursday for the
Adirondacks, where Mrs. Parmalee has been
spending the summer. He will remain until
September 1st and tnen orzng nis lamuy
home with him.
The directors of the- Dime Savings bank
held a meeting this afternoon.
The colored people are to nave a picnic at
Dan Mitchell's next week.
At the borough meeting last night it was
voted to call a meeting next Friday evening,
August 15, to consider the advisability ox
selling the steam fire-engine house and of
purchasing property to be used for borough
purposes. Also to consider the advisability
of extending Whittelsey avenue north from
The honorary members of the National
band meet to-morrow evening.
Uoi. Leavenworth walked out to-aay ior
the first time since his severe illness.
Chris Morgan, while in Philadelphia, had
his gripsack stolen from him in the depot.
J. He police were on the lookout and the thiet
was caught and lodged in the police station
within three minutes. He was afterwards
bound oyer for- trial until Chris returns
from his western trip. v . Aug. 6.
Lieutenant Hovey, of the Twenty-fourth
United States infantry, will spend a part of
the encampment week at Niantic.
The Seventeenth Reunion.
' Extensive preparations are being made by
the citizens of Ridge field for the reunion of
the Seventeenth regiment, C. V., which will
be held at that place on Thursday, 28th inst.
The veterans will be met at the railway sta
tion by members of Post 64, G. A. R., of
that place, who will act as an-escort. The
meeting for regimental business will be held
in Bidgefield Hall; also the address of the
day will be delivered in the same place. The
collation will be served in the beautiful
grove on the grounds of Hon. P. C. Louns
bury. A meeting of the .citizens -of Ridge
field will be held on Saturday evening to
perfect plans to insure a hearty co-operation
in this grand work of -recalling the acts of
those who risked their lives in perpetuating
this glorious unity and brotherhood of States.
Needs of the Y. M. C. A.
: One of the young men connected with the
Y. M. C. A. sends the following for publica
- Some of the needs of the' Y. M. C. A.:
gymnasium; a carpet for the hall; a carpet
for the platform; a large number
of interesting games; more active com
mittees; 1,500 young men thoroughly
consecrated to the Lord and ready to do what
.he wants of them.
Please don't read the above wants. It may
be a good thing for the young men of New
Haven who desire to better their fellow men
to be in need of these things. They cannot
reach as many as they desire until they are
Come to the noon meeting. ' This meeting
is free to everybody and yon may come in
and go when you please. The meeting lasts
from 12 to 12:45 only.
Company E (New Britain) have ordered
drills twice a week until encampment.
Captain Smith, of Company K, First regi
ment, whose leave from command did not ex
pire until August 20th, has reported through
regimental headquarters for duty. Lieuten
ant S. O. Prentice, who has been in com
mand, is now summering at Bar Harbor,
Maine. ; -
Nothing has been found of the missing
LleweHyn Davis of Bridgeport, and a feeling
is growing up there that he is not dead, but
for some reason has -disappeared. The search
has been thorough and. nothing has been
left undone towards finding his body.
The bids for building the new chapel of
the Industrial school were opened . Monday,
but none accepted.
The Billings & Spencer company of Hart
ford have just closed a satisfactory contract
with the Walter A. Woods Mower and Reaper
Manufacturing company of Hoosick rails.
N.-Y.. for 60.000 pitman eyedrop forgines.
which, in connection with its other large
orders for different branches of work, will
continue to make business good at this estab
lishment for some time to come. It will take
thirty tons of Norway iron to fill this order
from the Woods company.
The contractors for laying the main pipes
of the Southington water company have
nearly completed their work, a few thousand
feet only remaining to be laid. The work has
been pushed forward with energy, and the
water will soon be let into the large pipes
from the lower reservoir, which is now full.
The dam for the upper or storage reservoir is
not yet completed, as the work has necessa
rily to proceed slowly. It is expected that
lt will be completed Deiore tne Betting in oi
Mrs. Dennis Warren, of Kensington,
widow about 60 years old, has made two un
successful attempts to commit suicide within
a few days. Her mind is supposed to be ef
Edward M. Lees, of Westport, S. V. C. of
Harry MeDonough post, G. A. R., on the oc
casion of his late visit to the old battlefield
of Gettysburg obtained a piece of locust
from a rail on the top of the wall behind
which the 17th Connecticut Volunteers were
stationed during a part of that memorial en
gagement, and has a gavel turned from it
which he will present to the post.
Thirteen Southport men have formed an
organization to be known as the Southport
Cornet band. Two of the members will so
licit subscriptions to the amount of $300 in
order to procure a teacher, music and several
Mr. Harry Chapin, of Norwalk, sailed for
Europe recently on the Steamer Arizona. He
will r"f" fTho ttrmt. "nt. VtAfrirA l-flfnrnincr
Middletown had a Cleveland and Hendricks
flag raising on Main street Tuesday evening.
There was a liberal display of fireworks
rockets, Roman candles and bombs. Music
was furnished by the Henry G. Hubbard
drum corps and speeches were made by at
torneys A. W. Bacon and D. J. Donahue and
ex-Mayor U. U. .Hubbard.
Every neat housekeeper in America should
use sapolio; in fact, most or them do.
Lioeal Stock" Quotations.
Furnished by Bunney Ac Scranton,
BANKERS AND BROKERS, "Brewster Building.
New Haven Countv National Bank
(par $10) 13J-S
Second National Bank 150
New Haven National Bank 160
Tradesmans National Bank 150
Yale National Bank 113
Merchants National Bank (par $50) 59
City Bank (State) 130
Mechanics Bank (State, par $60)... 70
STATS AND MUNICIPAL BONDS.
Connecticut 6s, due 1884 100
Conn. 6s, exempt from taxation.. . 101
Connecticut 5s, due 1887-1897 108
New Haven City 5s, due 1887-1897. . 103
New Haven City 6s, due $20,000 a
New Haven City 7s, due 1901 125
New Haven Town 6s, Air Line issue,
N.Haven Town 6s, War Line issue,
N.Haven Town 6s,B'nty Loan,1890. 106
RAILROAD BONDS AND STOCKS.
New Haven and Northampton 6s,
Consolidated Mortgage, 1909... Ill
New Haven and Northampton 7s,
due 1899 120
Holyoke and Westfield 7s. guaran
teed by N. H. and N. Co 106
New Haven and Northampton 7s,
new issue 117
New Haven and Northampton Gs
Boston and New York Air Line 5s
due 1905 106
Colchester Railroad 7s, guaranteed
by Air Line 113
Housatonic 5s, lst.Con. Mortgage.. 102 105
New Haven and Derby Railroad 7s,
1st Mortgage due 1888 105
New Haven and Derby Railroad 7s,
2nd Mortgage (guaranteed) 120
Connecticut Western Railroad 7s,
New York, New Haven and Hart
ford R. R. Stock (par $100) 175 178
Naugatuck Railroad Stock 175
Housatonic preferred- 133 ,
New Haven and Northampton Rail
road Stock (par $100) 20
N. Y. and N. England 1st mortgage
6s. due 1905 94 96
New York and N. England 7s 103 106
Shore Line Railway Stock 150
Boston and New York Air Line
Preferred Stock 83 85
New Haven and Derby Railroad
Stock (par S100)
Fair Haven and Westville Horse
Railroad Co. (par sao) 37
West Haven Horse Railroad Co.
(par $25) 5 10
out hern N.England Telephone Co. 105
aew xotk ana jew jersey i tele
phone Co 65
New Haven Water Co 82
Fair Haven Water Co. Bonds, 7s,
guaranteed by N. H. W. Co. ... 115
New Haven Gas Co.Stock (par $25). 40
Trade Dollars 83
Mexican and Spanish Dollars 80
Chili Dollars r-. - 75
Canada Bills 98
Nova Scotia Bills 93 -
English Sovereigns. $4.82 "
N. Y. and Pa. Telephone 65
Ches. and Potomac Telephone.'. ... 65
Erie and Southwestern Telephone.. 65
New Haven Orilley Co 17
Claret and Sauterne Wines.
"f 1TE have received this day 100 cases of Esche
YV nauer & Co.'s Wines: our own direct importa
tion from Bordeaux. Having handled these Wines
for the Dast twentv-two vears we can confidentlv
recommend them for purity and general excellence
to an or our customers aesinne rename ana
straight" Wines. EDW. E. HALL & SON,
jy21 - 770 Chapel Street.
1.000 bbls Washburn's and Pillsburv's Flour at $7
barrel delivered, or $6.75 at the store. Remember
we will not be undersold. Come and see us- before
you buy. Warranted to be the Best Flour in the
52 bbls received to-dav of the finest Lone Island
Potatoes we have had this season; only 30c pk, $1.20
native Deera largei, s uuikh ior c
Evervthinz in the vegetable line received froth
every day at Bottom Prices.
Anotner lot OK mw ripe r nicniKitnis at ooc eacn,
warranted good cutters.
Va received another lot this week of our Choice
Oeamerr Butter: warranted to be pure: 25c lb. or
4H lbs for $1. Do not be humbugged in thinking that
it is not good, as one trial will convince you that the
quality is A No. 1.
run ureaut - .u.
Good Cheese at 6c lb.
Another lot of Lemons, only 12c dozen.
The finest Sugar Cured Hams at 15c lb. They
are the famous "Orange Ham," superior to any in
the market. Try one.
Good Mucea (janay obit ibc id.
ttamAmtioi- that we shall handle laree auantJtieA
of Peaches daily and shall sell them low.
Our motto is not w oe QDuenwia oy anyone.
wo ih. oldest and largest Cash Grocers in
2Tew Haven and we intend to stay there.
Give us a call for anything In the Grocery or Pro
D. M. WELCH. & SON,
If os. 28 and 30 Congress Avenue.
OUR DOUBLE-TEAM ROUTES.
Westville M6nday and Tuesday, West Haven Mon
day and Thursday, Fair Haven weuneaaay ana
Saturday, Newhailville every Friday. jy31 ,
The market In the Hands or Cliques.
, New Yore, Aug. 6.
Speculation in stocks to-day was moderately ac
tive, but the dealings developed no feature of inter
est. The market continues almost entirely in the
hands of cliques who bid prices np and down at wilL
On any attempt to purchase a block of stock of any
considerable amount they bid the price rapidly up
and on any attempt to market a rimriar amount
they forced prices down, thereby checking business
to any great extent. Most of to-day's transactions
were in small lots and chiefly for the account of
room traders and other small speculators. Prices
fluctuated frequently within a narrow range up to
the last hour ef business, when there was a decided
pressure to sell the whole list. There was an out
pour of stock under which values gave way sharp
ly. The closing prices were the lowest of the day
for most of the list. The decline ranged from it Ja
x). ine specialties were quiet and featureless.
The sales amounted to 320,000 shares.
Money closed easy at 2 per cent., at which rate
most of the business of the day was done.
Exchange closed quiet. Posted rates 482H484H ;
actual rates 481$482 for sixty days, and 483j
484 for demand.
tClosing prices reported over the private wires of
rtuiHj.Lii CKArro.N. .Bankers ana
American Bell Tel 161 -
Alton and Terre Haute 88
Alton and Terre Haute pfd
American District Telegraph
Boston & N. Y. Air Line pfd 84
Burlington and Quincy 119V5
C. C. (Sand I 41
Canada Southern 37
Canadian Pacific. 42
Chicago and Alton 183
Col., Chic. & Ind. Central 1
Chesapeake and Ohio 7J
Chesapeake and Ohio, 1st pfd 14W
Chesapeake and Ohio, 2d pfd SH
Del. Lack, and Western 115?
Del. and Hudson Canal. . . ; 99JJ
Denver and;Rio Grande 12
Erie Seconds. 62
Erie and Western 12J&
East Tenn., Va. & Ga 4W
' " " pfd 8
Express Adams 129
. Wells Fargo 104
Houston &.Texas 33Vs
Ind., Bloom. & West 14lJ
Illinois Central 128
Kansas & Texas 18M
Lake Shore 84W
Oouisville & Nashville, re 35)4
Manhattan Elevated '. 63
Mil., Lake Shore & W
" " " Pfd
Mutual Union Tel
Memphis and Charleston 28
Michigan Central 70
M. and St. Louis 15
M. and St. Louis pfd 31
Mobile and Ohio 9
Norris and Essex 122
Nashville and Chattanooga
New Jersey Central 60J
New York Central 110
New York & New Eng 14
New York, New Haven & Hartfordl75
New York Elevated 115
N. Y., Chicago & St. Louis. ; 7
s " " pfd 11
New Central Coal 5
Northern Pacific 22L
Northern Pacific pfd 52fg
Northwest pfd 134
Norfolk and West nfd 27
Oil Certificates 76
Ohio and Mississippi
Ontario and Western
Peoria, D. and Evansville..
Richmond and Danville
Richmond and West Point.
Rochester and Pitts
St. Paul Dfd
St. Pauljand Duluth. . :
St. Paul and Duluth pfd. ..
St. Paul, M. andM
Western Union Tel
United Pine Line Ctfs
West Shore 43J4
Government bonds closed as follows:
6s 81, continued
48, '91, reg lllHalll?i
4)4s, '91, coup 112Uall2
4s, 1907, reg 120al209?
4s, 1907, coup 120al20
Currency 6s, '95 124 bid
Currency Gs, '96 126
Currency 6s, '97 128
Currency 6s, '98 130
Currency 6s,'99. 132
Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows:
Chicago and Provision Market.
Closing quotations Reported over Private Wire
to Edwin Howe t Co., Commission Mer
chants, 403 New York Produce Exchange, New
The following shows the quotations at 2:30 p. m.
(Chicago time) for the past three days:
1 Anetist 82
Wheat -j September . . 83U
( uctooer wg
( August 55
September . . 54)6
October . 53).
- September .
SeDtember . .
September . .
Wheat. 215 cars: corn. 354 cars: oats. 71 cars: hoes.
11, uuu neaa.
Bonds For Sale.
$1,000 New Haven Town Bonds.
$1,000 Hartford Town Bonds.
$1,000 Boston & N. Y. Air Line Bonds.
$1,000 New Haven & Northampton Bonds.
BUNNELL & SCRANTON,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
au2 732 and 734 CHAPEL STREET.
POOR, WHITE & GREENOUGH
45 Wall Street. New York,
Brokers and dealers in railway and all other securi
a specialty, in the selection and estimate of which
their long connection with "Poor's Manual of Rail
roads' eives them soecial advantages. Corre
spondence invited and inquiries answered. Deposit
accounts receivea ana interest auowea. azueoaum
STOCKS AND BONDS FOR SALE
$5,000 N. H. & Northampton R. R. 6's of 1909.
$5,000 N. H. & Northampton R. R. 5's of 1911.
$10,000 Danbury & Norwalk 5's of 1925.
$2,000 Morris & Essex 7's of 1915.
40 shares Housatonic R. R. preferred.
50 shares Yale National Bank.
100 shares New Haven Countv National Bank.
Small lots of Shore Line R. R.. Merchants' and
seconu nauonai oamts, b. n, water CO. new stock.
uouins CO., oi coiunsviue.
W. T. HATCH & SONS,
Michigan Central R. R. Co.
a-'irst .mortgage Tialn une 5 per
Due May 1, 1902. Interest payable May 1st and No
These bonds are part of the 7 oer cent, first con:
solidated mortgage, reserved to retire prior liens,
ami are uuw issueu wim uie rate oi interest reaucea.
We offer a limited amount for sale and reconv
mena tnem as a nrst class investment.
VERMILYE & CO.,
SToi. 1G and 18 JVassan St.
SEW YORK CITY.
IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR SELL
Write to SEYMOUR dc CO.,
51 New Street, New York City.
C li AY'S SPECIFIC aramciNE
f RADE MARK in a mat e7lwhTRADE MARX
Kk:-tk rr, ad aniaiiing
car for Seminal Weak
ness, Spermatorrhoea, I
poUacy, mud all Dteeuc
f 'n ilUUIOllOWHa Kqaium
' JV ofSsif-Abwei ma lota of
Dime ess of Vision ,Fren
fcura Old Ave. and many.
Other disease. thtled tor
Incanito or ConaumtioB
inOIE TARIRB.o ft- "'-AfTM TAIIM.
ArwAit M MvertlMBMDa w re inn a rrwny, wacn raipwiron
whom tfa medicine fa bought &0 hit xxnrivi, trat Tfr yon to tb.
niuaimetnrersf ind the reqnfremeat- re such that Ukt arc seldom, e
Btbk, corapiird with. See their written guarantee. A trial of on shi
pie package l Uzay Specmc wwi coaTmoe in bmr pucai oi
Onaecoturtof cotmterfeOs, we hsve adopted Uw TtOow Wrapper;
tST-Fnll particular In onr pamphlet, which w dfcstre to teed free
nil to everyone. 3T The Specific Medicine is sold by all dropebl
t$l er package, or itxprickafre for $6, or will be sent free be mail jr
the receipt of the money, bv addivmaise;
The Cray Medicine Co., Buffalo, N, Y
SOJLD BY BICHARDSOIV fc CO,
IffBW BATCH. COHH.
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY
32 To 3S EAST 42d STREET,
(Opposite Grand Central Depots "
A BUILDING FIREPROOF THROUGHOUT
Now ready for the transaction of business. Boxes
rented at from $10 to $300 per year. Silver, Trunks
and packages stored under guarantee.
private entrance. Reception and Toilet Rooms for
Vault. Coupon- Reoention and Toilet Rooms on
the ground floor and directly accessible to the
street. Rooms or space in the
for Furniture, Works of Art and Merchandise
rented by the month or year. Trunk stoarge a
THOS. L- JAMES, A. VAN SANTVOORD,
President. Vice President.
J. H' B. EDGAR, J. B. VAN WORMER,
Sedentary habits, mental worry, nervous
excitement, excess or imprudence in eat
ing or drinking, and various other causes,
induce Constipation followed by general
derangement of the liver, kidueys, and
stomach, in which the disorder of each
organ increases the infirmity of the others.
The immediate results are Loss of Appe
tite, Nausea, Foul Breath, Heartburn, Flat
ulence, Dizziness, Sick Headaches, failure
of physical and mental vigor, distressing
sense of weight and fullness in the stomach,
and increased Costiveness, all of which are
known under one head as Dyspepsia.
' In every Instance where this disease does
not originate from scrofulous taint in the
blood, Aykk's Fills may be confidently
relied upon to effect a cure. Those cases
not amenable to the curative influence of
Ayer's Pells alone will certainly yield if
the Pills are aided by the powerful blood
purifying properties of Ayer's Sarsapa-
Dyspeptics should know that thelonger
treatment of their malady is postponed,
the more difficult of cure it becomes.
Never fail to relieve the bowels and pro
mote their healthful and regular action,
and thus cure Dyspepsia. Temporary
Ealliatives all do permanent harm. The
tful activity into which the enfeebled
stomach is spurred by "bitters," and alco
holic stimulants, is Inevitably followed
by reaction that leaves the organ weaker
'Costiveness, induced by my sedentary
habits of life, became chronic; Ateb'b Pills
afforded me speedy relief. Their occasional use
has ainee kept me all right." Hebhahw Bbino
Horr, 2faeark, jr. J.
1 was induced to try Ayer's Pills as a
remedy for Indigestion, Constipation, and
Readache, from which I had long been a suf
ferer. I found their action easy, and obtained
prompt relief, they have benefited me more
than all the medicines ever before tried." M.V.
Watson, 152 State St., Chicago, III.
"They have entirely corrected the costive
habit, and vastly improved my general health."
Rev. Francis B. LUblowe, Atlanta, 6a.
"The most effective and the easiest physic I
have ever found. One dose will quickly move
my bowels and free my head from pain.- W. L
Page, Richmond, Va.
"A sufferer from Liver Complaint, Dys
pepsia, and Neuralgia for the last twenty
years, Ayer's Pills have benefited me more
than any medicine 1 have ever taken." P. R.
Rogers, Needmore, Brown. Co Ind.
"For Dyspepsia they are invaluable." J. T.
Hates, Mexta, Texas.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Haas.
Sold by all Druggists.
IS WARRANTED to cure all. cases of ma
larial disease, snch as Fever and Ague, Inter
mittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, and Liver Com
plaint. In case of failure, after due trial,
dealers are authorized, by our circular of
July let, 1882, to refnriu the money.
Dr.j.C. Ayer &Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
Wly mult flu Pilic Buy
Pratt's Astral Oil
Because it is a perfectly sale and
unlformlv good article, and can
always be depended on as sucli.
According to the lcst calculation
if inferior Oil is used, an ordinary
family could not save more than
seventv-ilve cents to one dollar
on the consumption of an entire
year. wnjr, tnen, snonm any
risk be taken in the choice of a
burning oil when Pratt's Astral
ean be obtained for so small a
PRATT MANUFACTURING CO.,
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers.
FOR SALE BY
KIMBERLY, STODDARD & CO.,
New Haven, Conn.
Tb Astral i nfirtimdarlfr adartted for use in Oil
Stoves, on account of its absolute safety and free
dom from odor. jy23wasaeoww4p
thorough knowledge of the natural laws
wmcn govern tne operations or digestion ana nutn-
:n erovern tne ooei
tion, and by a careful application of the fine proper
ties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided
our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored bev
erage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills.
It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that
a constitution may be grradually built up until strong
enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hun
dreds of subtile maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may
escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well
fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished
frame." Civil Service Gazettee.
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold in
tins only (1-2 lb and lb) bv Grocers, labled thus:
JAMES EPPS & Co., Homoeopathic Chemists,
auTtues&wediy London, England.
DECORATIVE PAPER HANGINGS
rAlivrs, UlliS, GLASS, ETC.
PLATT &. Tllflll INitv
?. a bB orange St. and. 5 center St
GREAT ItKIH f TlrtV
in prices ot Meats, Fruits and Vegetables. Fine
Steaks 12c a lb. Corned Beef 5c a lb. - Roast Beef
. . ieeis ac a ouncn. Lettuce 1c ahead.
fuunsnes ic a ounon namva ri,mK. o. c-.-
Spring Chickens 25c a lb. Bananas 13 for 25c
ji iito. Basaeis or i-eacnes at He a quart.
r ine Berries iac a quart, r'ine Plums 8c a quart.
Fine Lemons 10c a dozen. We sell on credit for the
oe prices as for cash, and will not. Aiimv nm ivt,.
to undersell us.
an2 1,2,3 Central Market.
THE PEOPLE LIKE IT
What more refreshing and satisfying than a cup of
COFFEE OR TEA
when the goods come from
Dawson's Popular Store,
Tale Bank: Building.
They sell at low prices
And Give A Good Article.
COFFEES ROASTED DAILY.
New Potatoes, fine stock, 30c pk.
New Sweet Corn, 25e doz. .
Best Lemons, 12c a doz.
Sperry & Barnes' Best Lard, 12c lb.
New York Lard at vour own vrir-
Still Bellinsr rct PrMitwm TJntt.-r- fnr 95 lb A lbn
&ur 91, in roils ISXC ID.
uooa cneese inc.
Best Kerosene Oil 15c, 5 gals for 65c.
Best Old Government Java Coffee 28c pound.
A nice Oolong, Japan or Black Tea for 50c lb.
Cider Vinegar 25c gal.
Mason's improved Fruit Jars $1.25 dozen.
I shall handle larore lotji nf PMphM Hnilv thmno-h
S. S. ADAMS,
745 3rxr.xxcX Street,
C H Hay Fever
having peculiar s y m p-
toms. It is attended
by an inflamed condi
tion of the lining mem
brane of the nostrils,
tear ducts and throat
affecting the lungs. Ah
acrid mucus is secret
ed, the disc barge is ac
companied with a pain
ful burning sensation.
There are severe
spasms of sneezing, fre
quent attacks of blind
ing headache, a watery
and inflamed state of
the eyes. IE 1 y m
Cream Balm is a
remedy , founded on a
correct diagnosis of this
disease, and can be depended upon. 50 cents at
aruggists, w cents Dy man. &ie dotuo oy mail,
10c ELY BROTHERS. Druggists. Oweeo. New
CHARLES S. HAMILTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at taw.
YALE BANK BUILDING,
CORNER CHAPEL AND STATE STS,
Notary Public New Haven, Conn.
E. P. All VINE,
ATTORNEY AT IiAW,
Rooms 9 and 11, 69 Church St.
In white and all other desirable
The Best and Cheapest in the
A Large Assortment of
AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT.
D. S. &LEOTY &S0JT,
Nos. 270 and 272 State St,
L. C. PFAFF & SOI,
Prime Meats, Vegetables, Etc.,
7 and 9 Church Street.
X. B. Regimimg .Tunc 1
we shall make daily trips
to the West Raven Shore
for the accommodation of
families residing: there.
Rubber Hose !
IN THE CITY. ' .
EOSKETT & BISHOP,
462 STATE STREET,
Opposite our Old Stand
CAN BE REMOVED
London, Perfumers to Her Majesty the Queen, have
invented ana patented tne wona-renownea
Which removes Smallpox Marks of however long
stanamg. ine application is simple ana narmiess,
causes no inconvenience and contains nothing inju
rious, oeuu ior particulars.
LEON & CO.'S "Depilotory!
Removes Superfluous Hair in a few minutes without
pain or unpleasant sensation never to grow again.
Simple and harmless. Full directions sent by mail.
GEO. W. SHAW, Gen. Agt.,
219 A TREMONT STREET, BOSTON, MASS.
A CARD, To all who are suiTering from errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early
decay, loss of manhood, &a, I will send a recipe
that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This
great remedy was discovered by a missionary, in
South America. Send self-ad"dressed envelope to
Rev. Joseph T. Ixuan, Station D, New York.
Jyl4 eod&w ly.
GEORGE W. BUTTON,
Fruit, Foreign and Domestic,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
1.075 Chapel Street.
TRUNKS, TRUNKS, TRUNKS
BAGS ! BAGS ! BAGS !
A complete stock of Tourists'
Articles. The only exclusive trunk
store in the city. Trunks, Bags
and Sample Cases made to order.
Repairing a specialty. Old trunks
taken in exchange. Good Goods
at Low prices at
CROFTJT & CO.'S,
QIO Oliapel Street
BELOW THE BRIDGE.
I k J. II.
57, 59 & 61 ORAMfiEST.,
Have the finest Painted Bedroom Suits in the city.
JNew ranor suits, wainui jeuroom suits.
The best Spring Bed for the money.
Splint, Rattan, Cane and Rush Seat Chairs
great variety, as low as can be bought.
promptly attended to, night or day, with care.
Bodies preserved without ice in the best manne
Also Sole Agents for Washburn's Deodoring and ,
A new lot of Folding Chairs and Stools to rent for
parries or lunerai. jy
For Sale and To Rent.
f$& FOR RENT Block House No. 239 Oraoga
m street, rercecc oruer. possession at once.
Rent low to a good tenant for a term of years.
j? yjis. oallHj iiouse 20. ti nerponc street.
Lots on Howard avenue, Hallock ave
nue and in "The Annex.11
Money to loan in sums of $500 on first Morten sre
ac d per cent, inquire or
WILX1AM C. ROBINSON. ( No. 14 Whitens Build'g,
rniLiir tjjivi, opposite if. u.
Hours 10 to 13 a, m. 3 to 5 p. m. ocSW&Stf
COTTON, LINEN & RUBBER,
We do not claim to have more Hose than all the
dealers combined, but we do keep a general assort
ment of goods that we can warrant to do as repre
sented, at very low figures. Give us a call before
purchasing and we will convince you. '
J. F. GILBERT & CO.!
EEELER & CO., Eastern Agents.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
83 TO 91 WASHINGTON STREET, CORNER ELM,
MRS. J. J. CLARK,
Is now at Lake Pleasant, Montague Co., Mass.
She will return to this city in September.
All letters addressed as above will receive prompt
6 Hoadley Bnlldlng
T OFFICE HOURS 7z30 a. m. to 8 p.m. Sun-
aays, io x i a. m.
rnHE New Haven Butter Store has again rednced
I . n . . .......... , u t o,,ch A nncfl that
everybody must be satisfied with the price and qual
ity. Our trade has increased largely. w JansaT?
everybody 5 cents on the pound. Stores, hotels ana
restaurants can be supplied by the tub or greater
quantity. Fresh Eggs as low as the lowest in moncei
at wnoiesaie ana retail.
116 Congress Avenue.
tfinnn r ..... ? srjy-
V I VA . k UfUl. Y''
New Haven and Derby Railroad.
Train Arrangement commencing July 16, 1884.
LEAVE NEW HAVEN
At 7-00 and 9:50 a. m., 2:00, 5:45, 6:20 p. m. Satur
days at 11:00 p. m.
At 6-35, 9:05 and 11:40 a. m., 3:25 and 7:31 p. m.
Connections are made at Ansonia with passenger
trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Haven
with the principal trains of other roads centering
there. E. S. QUINT AKD, Sup't.
New Haven, July 16. 1884.
Philadelphia and Reading R. R.,
(BOUND BROOK ROUTE.)
FOR TRENTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
Station in New York, foot of Liberty Street, North
COMMENCING JUNE 22, 1884.
Leave New York for Trenton and Philadelphia
4:00,7:45,9:30,11:15 a.m., 1:30, 4:00, 4:30, 5:30,7:00
and 12:00 p. m. Sundays 8:45 a. m., 5:30, 12:00 p. m.
For Sunbury, Lewisburg and Williamsport, 7:45 a
m. and 4 p. m. Drawing Room Cars on all day
trains and Sleeping Cars on night trains.
Leave Philadelphia, corner Ninth and Greene
streets, 7:30, 8:30, 9:30, 11:00 a. m., 1:15, 3:45, 5:40,
6:45, 12:00 p. m. Sundays 8:30 a. m., 5:30, 12:00 Jn.
Leave 3d and Berks sis. 5:10, 8:20, 9:00, 10:30 a. m.,
1, 3:30, 5:20, 6:30 p. m. Sundays 8:15a. m., 4:30 p. m.
Leave Trenton, Warren and Tucker streets, 1:25,
6:20, 8:03, 9:00. 10:08, 11:35 a. m.. 1:54, 4:22, 6:24, 7:28
p. m. Sundays 1:25, 9:18 a. m., 6:15 p. m.
C. G. HANCOCK. -H. P. BALDWIN,
G. P. & T. A., Philadelphia, Gen. East. Pas. Apt,
J. E. WOTTEN, Gen. Manager.
COMMENCING JUNE, 16, 1884.
Trains Leave New Haven via N. Y., N. H. & H.
R, R. at 9:30 a. m. and 4:07 p. m., connecting at
Bridgeport for Pittsfield and intermediate stations,
Albany via State Line and Saratoga. New York
Limited Express leaves Bridgeport at 5:25 p. m.,
arrives at Pittsfield at 8:30 p. m., connecting for
North Adams, arriving at 9:20 p. m.
H. D. AVERILL. General Ticket Agent.
W. H. YEOMAN S, Superintendent.
General Offices, Bridgeport, Conn.
IF YOU ARE GOING
WEST OR SOUTn
TRAVEL BY THE
The Best Railroad in the World.
4 DAILY EYPRESS TRAINS TO THE WEST.
ST Apply for tickets and full information to J. N.
State ticket agent, N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., New
COMMENCING JULY 17th, 1884, trains leave
New Haven via N H. It V. K. K., connecting witn
this road at
7:00 a. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger
train for Waterbury, Litchfield and W in
stead. 9:50 a. m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown,
2:00 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger
train for Waterbury.
5:45 p. m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown,
6:20 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia for Waterbury.
FOR NEW HAVEN Trains leave Winsted: 7:10
a. m., 1:28 p. m., with through car. and at 5:25 p. m.
TRAINS LEAVE WATERBURY At 5:30 a. m.,
8:26 a. in., through car, 10:50 a. m., 2:44 p. m.,
through car, 6:45 p. m.
GEORGE W. BEACH, Supt.
Bridgeport, July 17. 1884.
Eastern Standard Time.
Commencixg June 3Qj, 188i.
New York, 3
8.00 a.m. 2.00p.m. 4.30p.m.
7.15am. 10l25 " 4.10 " 6.25
8.15 " UJW " 4.58 " 7.18 "
9.08 "i 1.10 p.m. 5.47 " 8.08
9.19 " 12.23 " 5.54 " 8.25 "
10.18 " 12.49 " 6.50 "
9.55 " 12.5S " 6.25 " 8.58 1
10.16 " 1.22 ' 7.24 " 9.20 "
10.16 " 1.19 " 6.45 "
10.45 " 2.01 " 7.06
10.42 " 1.45 " 7.11 "
11.30 " 2.33 " 7.59 "
,11.45 " 2.59 " 8.25 "
3 20 p.m. 4.55 " 10.30 "
2.15 " 6.45.. ' 9.58 "
7.45 a.m. 1.28p.m.
' 11.40 " 8.45 "
7.45 a.m. 12.25 p.m. 4.10 "
8.35 ' 1.14 " 6.00 "
8.S5 " 12.55 " 4.40 "
' 9.00 " 1.41 " 5.25 "
6.15 a.m. 8.30 ! 10.40 a.m. 5 M0 '
6.S4 " 9.20 " 2.06 p.m. 5.49 "
6.45 " 8.56 " 2.10 ' 5.30 "
7.09 9.55 " 2.38 6.26 "
7.30 9.15 2.55 " 6.40
8.15 10.59 " SrfS " 7.33 "
9 17 " 11.52 " 4.40 " 8.2S "
11.45 " 2.20 p.m. 7.20 " 10.30 "
S. B. OPDVKK, Jr., Snpt.
New York, New Haven & Hart
ford R. It.. June 15, 18S4.
TRAINS LEAVE NEW HAVEN AS FOLIrfJWS :
FOR NEW YORK 3.58, 4:18, 4:28, 5:15, 6:30, 7:30
-m 8:30, 9:30. 10:40. 12:00 noon. (l:oo p.m.
way train to Stamford), 1:30, 2:30, 3:50 (4:07
way to -Stamford, tnence rjx. to new lorei,
5:07, 5:42, 7:10, 7:15 milk train with pass, ac
commodation stops at all stations except Glen
brook, Sound Beach, Cos Cob, Harrison, Larch
mont and Felhamville. (8:00 way to Bridgeport),
8:38, p m., 9:20 p. m., way train for Stam
ford, stops at all stations except West Haven,
Sundays, 3:58, 4:18, 8:00 a. m., 5:00, 7:15,
WASHINGTON NIGHT EXPRESS VIA HARLEM
RIVER Leaves at 11:50 p. m. daily, stops at
Milford, Bridgeport, South Norwalk and Stam
ford. FOR BOSTON VTA SPRINGFIELD 1:02 night,
6:52.8:00, 11:05 a. m., 1:16, 3:12, 6:2U p. m.
Sundays. 1:02 night, 6:20 p. m.
WHITE MOUNTAIN EXPRESS 11:05 a. m. through
cars for the White Mountains on this train.
FOR MONTREAL via Conn. River and C. V. R. R.
11:05. a. m.. 6:26 p. m. daily except Sunday.
FOR BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PROVI
DENCE 12:45 mgnt, iu:as a. m., last express
(3:15 Newport Express, goes no farther than
Providence, 4:10p. m. Fast Express, Sundays
FOR BOSTON VIA HARTFORD AND N. Y. & N.
E. R. R. 2:30 a. m. daily.
FOR HARTFORD, SPRINGFIELD AND MERIDEN,
KTU. 12:15 nlgnt, l:ua mgnr. vz:ou a. m to
Hartford, 6:52, 8:00, 10:25, 11:05 a. m., 12:10
noon, 1:16, 3:12, 4:50 (5:55 to Hartford), 6:20,
8:12 p. m. Sundavs 1:02 Bight, 6:26 p. m.
FOR NEW LONDON. ETC1 12:45 night, 7:55
(this train connects with steamboat at JNew Lon
don for Block Island), 10:25, 10:35 a. m., 3:15.
4:10, 5:05, 6:18 p.m. (9:00 p.m. train to Guil
ford eoes no farther.) Sundays 12:45 night.
VIA B. & N. Y. AIR LINE DIVISION for Middle-
town, Willimantic, Etc. Leave New Haven ior
all stations at H:15 a. m., 1:3.), o:au p. m. uon-
nert at Middletown with Conn. Vallev R. R.
nnd at. Willimantic with N. Y. & N. E. and N. L.
& N. R. R., at Tumerville with Colchester
Branch. Trains arrive in New Haven at 8:00 a.
m., 1:22, 8:29 p. m.
E. M. REED, Vice President.
847 Chapel Street.
Entries may be made for the Summer months at
Apply for circular. 3Q20
Miss Fannie C Howe.
CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE (Italian method)
and PIA5JO INSTRUCTION.
Charles T. Howe,
FLUTE AND PIANO INSTRUCTION,
102 CROWN STREET, NEAR TEMPLE STREET.
Usual Literary Courses, with Musical Institute and
Commercial College. Founded 1 80&. Both
sexes. Innuences decidedly religious. Home care
andcomforts. Charmingly locatedon Narragan 1
I Boston. Grand opportunities for salt water bathing
ana ooatmg. Terms mouerate. upens squ.
1 r3.talotnTfi frt
I ICev. O. M. FERIVALD, A. IW., Princi
pal, East Greenwich, it. J.
XT S I O
F. A. FOWLER,
PIANO, ORGAN and HARMONY.
AUSTIN BUILDING, 337 CHAPEL STREET,
Rooms 8 and 9.
A correct touch a specialty.
C. II. Ciidney,
787 Chapel st.
bet. State and
DENTISTRY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. .
Plrces as reasonable as first-class work
Teeth Extracted. 25 Cents.
" Without Pain by the
nse of Ether or Gas, SO Cents.
787 CHAPEL ST., NEW HAVEN, CT.
Flows from the Maximum Mineral Fountain of Sara- j
toga Springs, and is in the opinion or tne most emi
nent medical men Nature's Sovereign Cure for Con-
stinMtinn DvRnensia. 'lorpia uver. inactive ijonai-
tions of the Kidneys, and a most salutary alterative
in scrofulous affections. wnn laaies, genuemen
and bon vivamjs everywhere it has become the
standard of dietary expedients, fortifying the diges
Hv functions and enabling free livers to indulere
with impunity at the table. The world of wealth,
intelligence and refinement testifies to its sparkling,
naturally nure and delightful qualities as the bev
erage incomparable, and accredit it with being the
surest and spediest source of their clear complex
ions, high and exuberant spirits. HATHORN
SPRING WATER is sold only in class hottlne: fn.ir
dozen pints are packed in a case. It may be ob
tained at all hotels, and of di-mre-ista.
chants and grocers everywhere. my2
HENRY A- DANIELS, M. D.,
144 LEXINGTON AVENUE. NEAR 29th STREET
NEW YORK. '
Hours, 8 to 1 and 5 to 7.
Diseases of the Nervous system, Genlto-Urinary
organs, impotence and sterility.
Oxford Chalybeate Water. '
Orders for Oxford Spring Water may be left at
Apothecaries' Hall, 801 Chaffel street. It will f)e
found efficacious in diseases of the skin, kidneys and
liver and a tonic in cases of general debility. .
m3 4mo 1
NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT CO.
DAILY LINE FOR NEW YORK.
Fare $1, Including Berth.
TICKETS FOR THE ROUND TRIP $1.50.
The steamer C. H. NORTHAM, Captain F. J.
reca, win leave wew Haven at 12 p. m Sun-
i ttp4S.i,otafeZooms so'd at office of Peck
& Bishop, 702 Chapel street, and at Kloek's Drug
Store, corner of Chapel and Church streets
Steamer CONTINENTAL, Captain Stevens, leaves
New Haven at 10:15, Sundays excepted
From New York the C. H. NORTHAM leaves Peek
Slip at 8 p. m., CONTINENTAL at 11 o'clock p m
Sundays excepted Saturday night at 12 o clock
Sunday Night Roat for 3Vcw York
The Steamer NEW HAVEN, Captain Walter C
sold at the Elliot House.
. ' . - . wiw.w i,. in. ?,tate room
b fciuot House. Tee stage from Insnr
uyK, vi'itiKi Btreet, commencing at 9 p m
sold and Baggage checked through to Phill
adelphia (both routes), Baltimore and Washinirton
a25 JAMES H. WARD, Agent
TO AND FROM NEW YORK
Commencing Sunday, July 13.
THE Steamer Elm City will leave New Haven a
9 o'clock a. m., returning leave New York fron:
Peck slip, E. R., at 11 p. m., arriving at New Haven
at an early hour Monday morning. jyTtf
U. S. MAIL STEAMSHIPS
Sail from New York every Saturday for
GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY
Cabin Passage $00 to $80. Second Class $35. Steer
age, Passge (to or from) $15.
From Pier No. 41. N. R., New York
CITY OF ROME sails Aug. 9, Sep. , Oct 4
AUSTRAL sails Aug. 23, Sept. 20
Superb accommodations for all classes of passen
gers. Cabin passage $60 to $100, according to accommo
dations. Second Class $40, Steerage as above
For passage, Cabin Plans, Book of Rates, etc ap
HENDERSON BROTHERS, New York
Or EDWARD DOWNES, 309 Chapel Street
BUNNELL & SCRANTON 216 Chapel' St.
National Line nrsi
BETWEEN NEW YORK, LIVERPOOL, QUEENS
TOWN AND LONDON DIRECET.
Sailing weekly from Pier 39, North River, New
ork, are among the largest steamships crossing
the Atlantic. Cabin rates, $50 to JglOO; Excursions
at special rates; outward steerage $17, and pre
paid steerage tickets $19. ' Being $2 lower than
most other lines." New steamship America's firs
trip to New York, 6 days, 15 hours and 41 minutes
F. W. J. HURST, Manager.
Agents at New Haven, BUNNELL & SCRANTON
iY'KZPATRIC'KJ A- MCAL1STER, GEORGE
M. DOWNES & SON, E. DOWNES. all 73t
Daily Except Saturday.
Leave New Haven from Starin's Dock at 10:15 p
m. The JOHN
H. STAKIN, Captain McAlister
V. Tuesday n,l Thnra
slay. The ERAS
i uo uuniMiMi, l.-aptain sooor. everv
Returning leave New York from Pier 18. foot of
Cortlandt street, at 9 p. m. the STARIN every
Monday, Weduesday and Friday; the CORNING
every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The only
Sunday night boat from New York.
Fare, with berth in cabin, $1 ; stateroom $1. Ex;
cursion tickets $150.
Free Coach leaves the depot on arrival of Hart
ford train. Leaves corner of Church and Cliupe
streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 p in
Tickets and State Rooms can be purchased at L.
E. Ryder s. No. 276 Chapel street, at the Tontine
Hotel, or of the Downes News Co., 351 Chapel street
and at the International Exchange. 31 Center street
C. M. CONKLIN, Agent,
mj New Haven, Conn.
Dr. John L. L)en's
Grand Medical and Surgical Office
THE old reliable, most celebrated, klllful aa
uooeuftrl physician In this country, permanent
lj located In New Haven since May. 1854, takes pleas
ore In announcing to the citizens of the Unite.
Btatee and elsewhere that he has removed his oiticx
from 195 Chapel street to 4(J Church street,
Hoom 11, Hoadlejr Building, opposite the
Poetofllce, np one flight of stairs; n
trance either at 49 Church street or 61
Crevwn street, where the afflicted can consult hln
In yrlvate upon all diseases that Oesh is heir to fron
8 a m. to 9 p. m. I'r. Lyon will continue as heretofore
to treat all diseases of every came and nature wits
that marvelous success which long years of expert'
enoe has given him. Thousands of testimonials from
grateful patients snatched from the brink of the
grave new rejoicing in the perfection of health attest
the unerring skill of Dr. Lyon. He especially Invlta
those whose diseases under other methods of treat
ment have remained attractive to call upon him.
Visit him and he will at once describe your condition.
Perhaps yon would Jiave been cured if your phjslolax
had understood vour case.
If you have tried lor health and failed It is no raa
on why yon should not try again. Health is pre
oious to ell and If he cannot relieve your case he wll
tell yon so. Be can refer you to many, perhaps worm
than yon are, that were given up by their physician!
and friends, who now enjoy good health. He will de
scribe your ease so clearly that you will know he per
fectly understands your disease. It Is something oi
great importance to you, although very easily accom
plished by him, though no more wonderful than true.
It Is only the starting point to health for the physi
cian to understand your d'zease, and then adminlstei
the simple remedy to remove thatdlsease. Come, hi
will do yon good. You may be faithless. He wli'
give you faith by his perfect knowledge of your die
ease. Come ; he will remove that cough, pain In th
head, side and baok ; remove that cold, sinking oc
burning at the stomach, stiff Joints, rheumatism
gout, fever, sores, cancers, salt iheum, erysipelas:
scald head and all bad humors, with his vegetabja
Persons at a distance may consult Dr. Lyon 07 xe
ter (post-paid), describing their case, and have medl
clues securely put np and forwarded by express to
any part of the United States with full and explicit
directions for me. Office arranged with separate
apartmeats so that patients see nono but the dootor
The following are some of the diseases which Dr.
Lyon successfully treats: Coughs, colds, consump
tion, bronohltis, asthma, sxre throats, liver com
plaint, kidney complaint, scrofula, erysipelas, salt
rhann. nancer. tumors, rheomatls ji chronic and la
flammatory dropsy and piles bliud and bleedlng
and all hnmnrs and eruptions of the blood and skin
He challenges the world to surpass him In cleansing
the blood and entire system of all impurities, i
ol&ss of diseases from tne effects ox wnicn thousand!
and tens of thousands go to a premature grave. Id
radically and permanently cured by Dr. Lyon. HU
success in this olaaa of ailments is not only gratify.
ing bat simply wonderful. The patient after putilnf
himself er herself under the doctor's treatment com
oes to improve at once, aad tne sallow complex
ion and cadaverous appearance Is succeeded by t
rosy cheeked hue of health. Therefore if you suffel
from any of the following complaints hasten at ono4
to the office of Dr. Lyon. Spermatorrhea or lnvolam
tarv seminal omissions, seminal weakness, and evert
species of genital irritability, gonorrhea, syphllli
gleet, prolapsus uteri or falling of the womb, lesoor
rhea or whites, and other alarming and painful 00m
plaints incidental to both sexes.
To Fkmalxh. The dissases peculiar to females
caused by weakness, deformity, disease and from"
taking cold, suppression, irregularities, pamrm ens
Imserfect menstruation, prolapsus uteri or falling oj
trie womb speedily, and effectually cured, oonsuns
tion free. Advice and medicine given In all diseases
for $1 or more, according to the severity of the easel
If you wish to cemmunloate by letter, state fully yous
disease, yomr age, symptoms, duration of Illness, sum
pose cause and whether married or sinsleand in elf
oases the most inviolable secresy may be relied npenj
unciose a stamp ior return postage, ana eaaress an
communications to or call upon Dr. J. L.Lyon,.4
Church street, New Haven, Conn.
Aanendedarea few testimonials, want of seaoe
forbids the publishing of more. Their names Will be
cheerfully given to those desiring them by calling
the doctor's office. Case one is that ef a lady whs
was Dronounced by three of the most prominent Phy-
lclaneof her native city to be in the last stage ef
consumption, and told that her case was helpless sad
hopeless. After being restored to sound health by
Dr. Lyon she sent the following letter, earnestly re-
ftuestlng that it should be published in the hepe tha
t might reach others similarly afflicted :
To au who may be afflicted with that common dis
ease, consumption, or any weakness of the lungs. 1
would appeal to them to immediately consult Dr.
John I.. Dvon. of New Haven. Conn., feelintr sn
that by so doing they may bo restored to health. 1
several years I was troubled with a cough, hemo
vhage of the tangs and the usual symptoms of con
sumption, I consulted and wss treated by some ot
the most eminent physicians the country afforded
without deriving any permanent benefit whatever.
In the spring of 1863 the disease made such rapid
Droarees that my attending physician and friends
gave np all hopes of my recovery. On the K.tk qf
Hay, ltt&s, 1 consul tea tne soots n&mea aoctor., 1
was at that time reduced to a perfect wreck of mi
former self, coughing incessantly, and it would see si
Just on the verge of the grave. After the usual ex
amination he kindly but plainly informed me as oth
ers had done, that my disease was Incurable ; that I
had but a few months to live. Having great oeMfl.
dence in hie skill, I Insisted upon his treating my
case. He did so and with astonishing success. 1m
twenty days from the time I commenced the use ox
bis medicines my cough was less frequent, I suffered
a more from hemorrhage of the lungs, and slay bv
day found the terrifying symptoms of eonsnmptlos
susappearing, end was gradually regaining health. I
was treated bv him one year at the end of that time
I can truly say I was restored to perfect health. It
is now March, 1866, and no symptoms of the disease
are felt, I have reason to feel sure that Z shall suffer
no return of the disease, and it is not only a pleas,
nre to me. but a duty I feel that I owe to hundreds ot
sufferers who are being dally carried to the grave by
consumption, to urge npon them the necessity of
seating relief where it may be found
very respecxruiiy. v. M. b.
The lady who wrote the toreeolng continues la ner.
The following IS sn extract from r letter reoelved
from a patient Treated and cored of seminal weak
Da Lvow Dear Blr It Is fmTcea1bl fn im tn rnL
ly express my gratitude to you concerning the effect
which your medicine has produced npon my system.
I have Inst finished the medicine you put up for me
and can truthfully say that I feel a different being.
My appetite is very regular and I am not troubled
with that dull headache that I once had, and sleep
never was so refreshing, as I am not disturbed with
dreams. Before I came ta von it was difficult for me
to confine my thoughts for anv lencrth of time to any
subject, undoubtedly owing to that complaint, and
the contrast Is quite noticeable, If I ever know one
troubled with that complaint I shall Immediately di
rect them to you as an effectual means of suks cuam,
for It seems to me that I almost owe my life to yon,
for if lt had been allowed to grow upon me the time
could not have been far distant when that incurable
disease (consumption) would have been aeepiy seatec
in my system. Please accept my sincere thanks fee
yonr treatment thus far. I remain yours truly.
I. S. MILLER, M. D.
318 Chapel Street, between Or
ange and Church Streets.
Residence, - Tohtine Hotel
HfEW HAVEN, CON3V,
OFFICE HOURS 8 to 12 a. m., a to 6 p.m. 7 to
SUNDAY fl to 10 a. m., 5 to 6 p. m.
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