September 27, 1884.
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til I used the Concuiu Resolvent internally and
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Srturday, September 87, 1884.
FIRE AT FOIIB CORNERS.
The Annex Hotel Burned to the
' Ground The Fire Incendiary A
RniMtM With a History.
. The old and well known hostelry near the
Four Corners, in East Haven, was burned at
an ejirir hour Friday morning. The place
haa been unoccupied for several weeks.
George KoKenzie, son of Captain McKenzie,
who lives near the place, heard a cry of fire,
saw a man running from the building and
saw flames bursting from the building. He
gave the alarm and ran out of the house and
carried ont some of the furniture. . There
was no water handy, and even if there was a
supply the fire had too much headway when
discovered to be subdued by any stream the
Fair Haven East fire department could throw
. The building was owned by Frank W,
Willman of 673 State street, this city, pro
prietor of a saloon there. He purchased it
from Robert Eowe, of East Haven, about
eight or nine years ago for $5,000 and gave it
out for rent. Beers & Munson long kept
saloon there, having hired the premises from
Mr. Willman. When Beers moved to the
city he sold out his interest to his partner.
Frank Munson was proprietor of the estab
lishment up to the time it was hired by
David Marshall. The latter ran the house
for some time, but when he wanted to renew
his license early last spring, he found a strong
sentiment ln the neighborhood against grant
ing it, and after a hearing before the county
commissioners his rotation was denied. Mar
shall immediately surrendered his lease and
The house has a long history, the origi
nal structure was erected shortly before the
Revolutionary war, and was an ordinary farm
house. After serving in this capacity for
i i . l r. .a .-. c it,.
several tubii xi uobwu iuw uw unuua ui luo
famous and wealthy Jeremiah. Woodward,
who turned the little farm house into what
was considered in those days a very elaborate
mansion. He and his family lived there for
many years. Jeremiah committed suicide by
hanging himself in the house.
Mr. Willman, the owner, says that the fire
must have been set by somebody, but he has
no clue to the criminal. He iays it to the
neighbors. The place was insured for $4,000.
Mr. Willman does not intend to rebuild.
Body of a Boy Identified Three
Tear After Burial.
A strange story comes from Bridgeport
about the identification of a body hitherto
unknown and after being buried for three
years. On the 28th of June, 1881, the body
of a young boy was found in the water off the
Naugatuck wharf. The corpse was taken to
the establishment of Undertaker J. T. Ford,
where it lay two days; then being unidenti.
fied the authorities ordered its funeral. It
was enclosed in a casket, marked "Some
body's Darling" and buried among the un
recognized people at the town farm, the grave
being marked "unknown." Not until two
days after the funeral, although an account
of the affair had been published in the pa
pers, did a lady call on Mr. Ford and exam
ine the clothing which the dead boy had
By garments she identified the boy as
that of her son, Eddie Fisher, seven years
eld; but she made no effort to have the re
mains removed to other grounds. The boy's
lather lived in Foxboro, Mass., and the
mother, who was separated from her hus
band, resided here. The father did not
learn of the boy's death for some time. He
did not believe it, but for various reasons
did not make personal inquiry in Bridgeport
until Wednesday. He called upon Under
taker ord, and after procuring the
necessary documents tney visited
th town farm and exhumed the body,
which had been buried a little over three
years. Embalming liquid had preserved the
body pretty well. The skin of the face was
intact, and the father positively recognized
the body as that of his. son by Borne pecu
liarities about the teeth. Mr. Fisher said
afterwards: "It's a pretty sad case. I had
no idea that the boy wus really dead. Ton
can say that the end of this case is not yet."
The application of Michael McCarthy for a
liquor license to sell at the corner of West
Water and Lafayette streets has been ob
jected to by George It. Bill, as agent for the
S. P. C. It was at Mc Carthy's saloon that
Jehn F. Crowley is alleged to have received
the injuries which caused his death. Dona
hue, his bartender, has been bound over for
manslaughter in connection with the case.
Hugh Dailey told the commissioners yesterday
afternoon that he was the real objector, and
should resist the granting of a license to the
full extent of his ability. The case will be
heard next week.
Knlr;hta ot Columbus.
Green Cross, Council, Knights of Colum
bus, of Harford, Thursday evening elected
these officers: Andrew Smith, G. K., M. F.
Scanlan, X. G. K.; Thomas F. Flannagan,
recording secretary; E. J. Ryan, financial
secretary; P. D. Ryan, treasurer;
Richard Norris, lecturer; William
Stack, warden; Thomas Goss, outside
guard'; Peter J. Dunn, inside guard; Thomas
F. Galvin. James Noonan, Michael Joyce,
tro'gtees: Geore B. Preston, John McCarthy
Jd John Creeden, investigating committee.
Jishop McMahon, chosen chaplain. The
date for the institution or tne council win De
There is talk of organizing a council in
The complete list of officers of the
Grand lodge of Good Templars recently
elected is as follows:
G. W. C. T., Otis J. Range, Guilford.
G. W. V. T., Mrs. William H. Fitch,
G. W. C. T., Rev. Otis J. Range, Guil
ford. G. W. Counselor, H. T. Hawley, Bridge
port. G. V. T., Mrs. William H. Fitch, Hart
ford. G. Secretary, J. W. Johnson, Bridge
port. G. Treasurer, Martha S. Wiard, New
G. Superintendent of J. T., Rev. A. C.
G. Chaplain, Rev. Joseph Smith, Middle
field. G. Marshal, Sobert Pearson, Norwalk.
G. Guard, Mrs. W. H. Pierce, New Brit
ain. G. Sentinel, John B. Slate, Torrington.
Assistant G. Secretary, Mrs. Nettie Bray,
D. G. Marshal, Eva J. Havens, Hartford.
G. Messenger, Thomas H. Munson, Ware
P. G. W. C. T.,Sylvanua Butler, New Ha
ven. Representatives to the R. W. G. lodge at
Frederick L. Bray, Bridgeport, Miss Net
tie Bray, Bridgeport. Alternates, George K.
Dickinson, Hartford, Mrs. A. Palmer, Meri
den. Walllagiord and the St. John Ticket
The Perlclns Shooting;.
Walungfobt, Conn., Sept. 26, 1884.
To the Editor of the Jouhhai. ajid Courier;
Notwithstanding the fact that this town, with
a population of less than six thousand, sup
ports over a score of saloons, there quite
comfortable number of our residents who
favor the St. John ticket. A regular prohi
bition club has been formed and would like
to occupy tha Town Hall by holding one or
two public meetings therein, but cannot ob
tain It without paying rent therefor. This
they havo no objection to provided other
political parties; are also required to pay rent.
Some time ago the selectmen met and voted
the use of the liaU free to the Democratic
and Republican organizations for holding
campaign meetings therein. This may be
considered right Iby some people, but if it is
wrong it may yet? be righted at no distant
The "true inw ardneaa" of the alleged shoot
ing0! young Pea-kins not yet having appeared
in print it may not be out of plaoe
if the facts are submitted to a can
did world. A. Tssponaible resident
asserted in the -presence of reliable witnesses
that he positivflly knows that Talcott did not
shoot Perkins; thai he knows who did the
xmng- that at was not done on the street
u. M.V . . . wua. UW VU. CUU1 U
said) knows jna t where it was dona all of
msiv in . , m g .1. 1 .;-i t
which, he says, . is true and that . he would
swear to it on tug dying bed." 1 Ae same cit
izen also states that he knows that one of the
town constable assisted Talcott in his flight
from the plaos , which was merely ft "blind"
to cover np th e real facts. Many of our citi
zens would BJ Ice to have this matter investi
gated by tha; ) ocal authorities. CrruKir.
a boise msTrrimoi".
-Tonne women'! vimnu aiwcu-
tlon Interesting statement. -
The work of this association has often
come before our readers during the , now al
most four years of its existence. In that
time it has steadily grown in the confidence
of the community, proving itself not only a
help but a necessity. The pleasant house on
Wooster Square, where about twenty can
find a true home, under its wise and efficient
matron, represents but a small though most
important part of its work. The last report
of the association shows that oeveral hundred
are under instruction in various brances,
such as bookkeeping, stenography, the use of
the typewriter, as well as in more rudimen
tary studies. There are also several classes
in needle-work, graded as to age and acquire
ments. These last are held in the afternoon,
the others in the evening as the pupils are
employed through the day. The reading
room and library afford enjoyment and profit
to manv others. The instruction is in gen
eral voluntary, only two classes having paid
teachers. One young lady, who was so train
ed m bookkeeping that she can support ner
self, is glad to give her time in the evening
to extend to others the good she has herself
This combination of the Home with
classes of course increases expense, calling
for more eas. more heat, more service than
would be needed for the house alone. Tet
the present rent, $400, is less by $100 than
was paid for the three rooms in which the
work began. It is evident that the Home
can hardly be self-supporting' while it can
accommodate so few. and while it is often
necessary to remit for a time even the mod
erate price asked for board. In this very
direction lies, however, an important part of
this Christian work, to uphold those who
might otherwise be discouraged while seek
ing employment. r"
To meet these various outlays the mana
gers depend entirely upon annual collections,
gathered slowly and wearily by individual
eltort. it only pledges or $z eacn couia De
obtained from one hundred persons, and of
$50 from ten more, the ladies might venture
to follow out the avenues of usefulness con
stantly opening before them. Their fair in
the spring, through the labor and liberality of
many, enabled them, with some other money
in hand, to pay $3,000 on the debt of the
house, leaving $8,000 still due. The interest
upon this at 5 per cent, is the rent alluded to
There has never been so much to encourage
the managers in the condition of the work as
now. Many are seeking to enter classes and
the girls are learning to prize the friends and
comfort they nnd m the Home, cut tne
Question of support is growing to be a seri
ous one. Valuable gifts in furniture and
other material aid show that the association
is remembered. Will not friends come for
ward with the subscriptions indispensable
to its existence? Mrs. H. B. Bigelow, the
president, or Mrs. E. M. Reed, the treasurer,
will gladly receive all donations.
meetings In All Parts of the State
Enthusiasm for Blaine and Logan.
Senator Piatt, in excellent health and spir
its, is making a series of able and admirable
speeches and has large and enthusiastic audi
ences at his meetings.
Norwich Republicans had a rousing cam
paign meeting Wednesday evening, with ad
dresses by John L. Swift, of Boston, and
General George W. Carter, of Washington.
Three companies of the Blaine and Logan es
cort turned out with full ranks for escort
The Second district Republican congres
sional convention has not yet been called.
Those mentioned in connection with the
nomination are General S. E. Merwin of this
city, the Hon. S. W. Kellogg of Waterbury
and ex-Speaker C. H. Pine of Derby.
At a meeting of the Suffield Plumed
Knights on Wednesday evening Edson D.
Bemis was elected first lieutenant in place of
E. A. Fuller, resigned. Another meeting is
called for this evening for drill and for the
arrangement of other matters.
The Willimantic Blaine and Logan club
numbers one hundred and forty members
and has ex-Speaker John M. Hall for presi
dent, and a long list of prominent men of the
place as vice presidents and. secretaries and
on the various committees.
Cos Cob Republicans had a grand rally
Thursday evening. At 7:15 p. m. the Green
wich brass band, playing a lively air, march
ed to the residence of Police Captain Alex.
S. Williams, near the depot, where a pole 72
feet high had been erected, from which a
white flag, with the words "Blaine and Lo
gan" on its face and back, floated to the
breeze. The speakers were escorted to the
stand and there introduced to the audience
by Chairman W. S. Mead. Major R. B.
Corwin, of Brooklyn, delivered the opening
address. Mr. Corwin's eloquence held his
hearers spell-bound, and when, at the end of
an hour, he finished speaking, cheers and ap
plause told better than words could have
done the impression made upon the minds
of his hearers. Major Kemble, of West Vir
ginia, followed, dwelling at some length
upon the history of the Democratic party.
Judge James R. Angell, of New York,
made the next address, touching upon the
The Stamford Advocate- says: It is likely
in fact we have good authority for the
statement: that on Mr. Blaine's return from
the West he will spend an afternoon and
evening in this town. The suggestion follows
almost as a matter of course that the day
should be made the occasion of the grandest
political demonstration of the campaign in
these parts. We think it may be taken for
granted thatthere will be a unanimous dis
position among the Republicans of Stamford
and surrounding towns to adopt this sugges
tion, and it is more than likely that Repub
lican organizations from interior villages and
from all the shore towns from Bridgeport to
Harlem would be largely represented at such
meeting, and that we should see among
many other interesting things a torchlight
procession and illuminations surpassing any
similar demonstration which has been wit
nessed for years.
TBE COURT RECORD.
Court of Common Pleas Jndgre Tor
At the bar meeting in this court yesterday
the following assignments were made:
Tuesday, September 30. Hotchkiss vs.
Meeks, Montgomery vs. Mead: Tilton vs.
Lyons; Warner vs. Wilson.
Wednesday, October 1. Hall vs. Burdick:
Thorn vs. Porter; Kilian vs. Dauth.
mursaay, October Harrison vs. Scran-
ton; August Manson vs. Joseph McLean;
Gaffney vs. Brocken.
Friday, October 2. Charles Butler et ux.
vs. Kelsev; Grenville vs. Goodrich: Miller
vs. Cytron; Hughes vs. Schaffer.
During the bar meeting Judge Torrance
gave notice that all cases not ready for trial
or assignment at the bar meeting would be
stricken from the list. Yesterday a large
number of cases were called to which no re
sponse was made. A number of other cases
were mentioned where counsel on either one
side or the other asked for delay on som e
Judgment, was given by default in the
of Andrew vs. Palmer, Pond vs.
Palmer, and Kimberly vs. Langdon, In the
first two cases the plaintiffs sued C. P.
Palmer, the theatrical manager, for salaries.
September 26. Nellie Merrick alias Carrie
Post, drunk, $10 fine, $3.39 costs; Joseph
Eisele, indecent assault on Lizzie Eohlhoff,
to September 26: William J. Gwinnell,
breach of the peace against Officer George
Waas, to October 3; Hubert Deehan,' breach
of the peace against Officer George Waas,
nolled; James Kane, breach of the peace
against Maurice O Uonnor, nouea on payment
of $7 costs; Maurice O'Connor, breach of the
peace against James Kane, judgment sus
- Court Notes.
Murty Savage of 7 Factory street, this city,
who committed theft on July 31 at the house
of James S. Thompson in ' East Haven, by
stealing a lot of lead pipe and plumbers'
tools, was arrested Thursday night by Super
numerary George S. Hyde and Policeman
BisaelK Yesterday Savage pleaded guilty to
the charge rather than go to Fair Haven for
trial. He went before Justice Dwight Tuttle
and confessed judgment. He was fined $7
and costs in two cases, which he paid. , The
oosts amounted to $32. f ..
Officer George Waas. who has been laid nn
owing to the assault made upon him soma
days since by a gang of Ashmrrn street
roughs, appeared yesterday in the City court
to testify against Edward J. GwiimelL lone
of his assailants, but the case went over until
October 3d. Herbert Deehan. who was ar
rested for the same offense, proves to be an
entirely innocent party and the ease against
him was nolled.
1.1st of Patents.
list of patents issued from the United State Pat
ent office for the week ending Sept. 23, 1884, for
the State of Connecticut, furnished us from the of
fice of John E. Earta, solicitor of patents, New Ha
W. L Alvord, Bridgeport, door knobs, four pat
w. H. Bottsfora, Bridgeport, penman's assist
ant. - - .
A. E. Brocket, assignor one-nan to u. K. Brad
ley, Branford, milk can.
H. F. Case, South Manchester, process of and ma
chine for sizing and coloring paper.
T. Courtwngnt, Bnugeport, ornamentation 01
metals and other surfaces.
E. Deming, aliacuetown, suspenaer end.
Q. H. Dimond and W. F. Dial, assignor to Wheeler
ft Wilson Co., Bridgeport, automatic tension for
J. R. Brown, Bridgeport, automatic lire extin
guisher. F. Eggs, assignor to Smith ft Egge, Bridgeport,
R. H. Mather, Windsor, electric arc lamp.
: B. HcGovern, assignor to F. Armstrong, Bridge
port, garment clasp and supporter, two patents.
J. i. Meeker, Danbury, hat sizing machine.
G. Norwood, Bnugepuix, macnino xor ionning
n S Pickett assignor one-naif to W. J. Root ft
J onhain. New Haven, sole or heel orotector.
T. S. Reed, assignor to Bridgeport Brass Co., elec
tric conductor. -
J. Spruce, assignor to Scovllle Manufacturing Co.
Waterbury, cock for gas and water fixtures.
v. r. Tomlinson. West Stratford, valve.
L L. Twiss, Meriden, assignor one-half to J. Rob
erta, New Haven, cigar support
F. E. Vandercook, assignor one-naif to H. C.Cook,
Ansonia, roller gsate.
N. B. Allen. Hartford, claw-hammer or hatchet.
W. E. Stevens, assignor to Sargent ft Co., New
Haven, coffin screw.
John B. Kehdrick, who has been quite sick
with peritonitis, is again able to get out.
There will be a four-oared race at Comma-
nitv lake to-morrow afternoon tor a prize
badge. M. Kenny and T. Gardner will row
azainst T. Downey and A. Partridge.
The borough meeting in 'reference to the
killing of the trees 'by gas was held
in Town Hall on Wednesday even
ing, and the report of the com
mittee. F. C. Bartholomew, Dr. B. F. Harri
son and Dr. J. D. Mcgaughey, was read and
accepted. The report describes the quality
of the pipe and the manner in wmcn iney
were laid. The question of the gas killing
the trees they were not able to decide ab
solutely. They believed that tne gas com
pany had done all in their power to prevent
the escape of gas and they did not think that
anv further iniurv to the trees would occur
from the effects of the gas. Prof. Edger
ton, the inventor of this kind of gas,
and the man who had charge of the manu
facture of the pipes, were present, as were
also Mr. McClellan and A. H. uowiana, who
had charge of the laying. After accepting
the report or tne commibwe uw wwuiig au
iourned. Colonel Albert D. Shaw, U. S. consul at
Manchester, England, will address the Re
publicans in t own nail ims evening.
The Republican caucus to nominate town
officers will be held in Town Hall on Wed
Georee M. Wallace, of New Haven, and E.
M. Judd, of this town, will discuss the tariff
question in tne Town nan Saturday evening,
J. W. Lane's bay horse ran away yesterday
from near Community bridge ana aemonsnea
the watron and harness. The horse was
Walter H. Perkins, who was the victim of
the recent snooting affray, was up-town to
day. Sept. 26.
The Hartford Cunninghams are buzzing
with the hope that they may prove the heirs
of Kate Cunningham, who originally came
from Waterford, Ire., and who has recently
died in Australia leaving $250,000, which
she made raising sheep. The Hartford Cun
ninghams also came from Waterford, but
one of the family from Windsor who went
to Ireland to look tne matter up tailed to
find evidence enough to make a case. They
will try once more, however.
John Carev. of Windsor, won the shooting
match for the individual State championship
badge at Windsor Wednesday, by a score of
41 out of 50. A. E. Folsom and C. M. Spen
cer, of Windsor, and I. L. Baker, of Meri
den, each made 40.
Chauncy Ward and wife, pf Bridgeport,
celebrated the 60th anniversary of their
inariage in the parlors of the South church
The new Masonic hall at Naubuc was dedi
cated Wednesday, about 250 Masons from
Hartford county attending. Past Grand
Chaplain E. W. Maxey, of Bridgeport, de
livered the address on " ine meat mason. -A
master's chair was given to the lodge,
Grand Secretary J. K. Wheeler, of Hartford,
making the speech. A collation was served
after the literary exercises.
Mrs. Milbank, widow of the late Jeremiah
Milbank of Greenwich, and her son Joseph
sailed on Saturday for Europe, where they
will stay about six weeks.
The State Board of Health meets in Hart
ford to-day to elect a successor to the late
secretary, Dr. C. W. Chamberlain.
Insurance Commissioner Williams, of th-,8
State, is attending the national association
of State commissioners at Chicago.
Nelson Trampton, of Southington, died
from an overdose of laudanum Thursday on
the farm of R. B. Allen, by whom he was
employed. He was 38, and an opium eater
Patrick Gill, of Bridgeport, knocked down
Mrs. A. Shatz in her husband's saloon with
a beer glass, and now he has escaped because
the bail bond was fixed so ridiculously low.
Mrs. Asa Bushnell, wife of the furniture
dealer and undertaker in Clinton, died yes
terday morning from sickness brought on by
dysentery. She was a most popular lady
and leaves a young family. The funeral will
take place Sunday.
Llebls Co.'s Coca Beef Tonic.
"My patients derive marked and decided
benefit from it," says Professor J. M. CAR
NOCHAN, M. D., Professor Surgery, New
York Medical College. For baa taste m the
mouth, bad breath, heartburn, pain in
stomach and bowels, flatulency, constipation
(symptoms of dyspepsia and broken-down di
gestion), it is invaluable. Also in bilious
ness, malaria, debility, liver complaints, sick
Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver
Oil With Hypophoaphltes For Pul
T. J. McFall, M. D., Anderson, S. C,
says: "I consider Scott's Emulsion one of
the best preparations in the market for Pul
monary Troubles. I have used it in my
practice since 1876, and am well satisfied
with it." s25ThS&w
Advice to mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for chil
dren teething is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians in the
United States, and has been used for forty
years with never failing success by millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething its value is incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen
tery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels and
wind colic. By giving health to the child it
rests the mother. Price 25c a bottle.
Loved by I,adles.
Ladies love delicate and delicious per
fumes. In Parker's Hair Balsam they not
only satisfy this taste, but have an article
which arrests falling hair, removes dandruff,
restores the original color and imparts a
beautiful gloss, softness and life. Does not
soil the linen, is not a dye, cleanly and eco
nomical. si 7 WS&w
Pino Toilet Requisites.
A fine line of Toilet Articles, Bath and Hair
Brushes, Soap, &c. Whittlesey's Drug Store,
sep 17 eodtf
Pearl's White Glycerine
Is not a cosmetic, nor will it injure the most
delicate skin; it renders the complexion pure,
clear, brilliant and healthful; it removes all
spots, discoloratdons, etc., either within or
upon the skin. Druggists sell it; try it and
be convinced of its merits. s23 3teod
Parties having large or small amounts of
money which they wish to invest safely and
profitably should read in to-day's issue ad
vertisement of manufacturing stock offered
by the Foote Patent Pin company of New
York, paying 20 per cent, yearly.
In white and all other desirable
The Best and Cheapest in the
- A Large Assortment of
Varying In price from 50c up
wards. MASTJRY'S CELEBRATED
' AND '
AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT.
D. S. G-LEOT & SOU,
Kos. 3TO and 272 State St.
VIGOR avAcwtiu ran st, --,
The Balls Bid Prices Uo But the
Rears Come Forward and Raid
the market Rarely Steady At the
Close, - Though Prices 'Clos e a Lit
tle Higher. -j
Nzw Toax, Sept. 26.
The bull cliques forced crlces steadily upward on
the Stock Exchange this morning and caused many
of the more timid shorts to rush to cover. .They
centered their efforts on the vanderbilt shares and
bid them up sharply. There were two slight reac
tions, the result of realizing sales, but the offerings
were quiciciy bought in and shortly before noon fig
ures were at the best of the morning except in a few
instances. The advance ranged - from 1 to S per
percent. Aftermidday the market weakened some
what and prices reacted fractionally. During the
afternoon there were frequent intervals of weak
ness caused for the purpose of bagging the profits
of the morning. The bears also were more aggres
sive and raided the leading stocks sharply. The
bulls tried to offset the influence of these raids with
a plentiful supply of supporting orders, but the
bears had the upper hand and every advance
brought out renewed offerings. St. Paul was espe
cially pressed for sale, a block of ten thousand
shares of the stock being thrown on the market at
one time, quickly followed by another block of two
thousand. This selling was said to be for a Chicago
house, but it was generally eyed with -suspicion.
while some brokers did not hesitate to state that the
sales were matched or washed sales. New York
Central was depressed on a report that the company
would soon issue ten million bonds for the purpose
of a controlling interest ln West Shore. At the close
the market was barely steady, but prices in most
instances are fractionally above those of last even
ing. The specialties were dull. The sales today
aggregated 311,438 shares.
Money loaned at easy rates all day; and closed
at 1J4 per cent.
Exchange closed firm. Posted rates 4.83(2;4.85U;
actual rates 4.82J44.3 for sixty days and 4.84$
4.84?i for demand.
Exchange closed dull.
rciosing prices reported over the private wires of
suniiiuiij o. ounan auj. Bankers and Broaers.1
American BelliTel 158
Alton and Terre Haute 89
Alton and Terre Haute pfd
American District Telegraph 86
Boston ft N. Y. Air Line pfd
Burlington and Quincy 181
CCCand I.. 38
Canada Southern... 80V-
Canadian Pacific 632
Central Pacific r... 39"
Chicago and Alton 130t
Col., Chic & Ind. Central
Chesapeake and Ohio... 7
Chesapeake and Ohio, 1st pfd. .. 18X6
Chesapeake and Ohio, 2d pfd. . . . 8
Del. Lack, and Western 108W
Del. and Hudson Canal 87
Denver and Rio Grande " " 10ti
Erie pfd " ""
Erie Seconds. " 68
Erie and Western 1214
East Tenn., Va. & Ga 4M
" " ' pfd..... m
Express Adams 1.30
United States 52
Wells Fargo 106
Houston & Texas. 30
Ind, Bloom. & West 15
Illinois Central 123U1
Kansas & Texas i7j
Lake Shore 75a?
Louisville &'Nashville "." 27j2
Manhattan Elevated 73i
Mil., Lake Shore & W
" " Pfd
Mutual Union Tel
Memphis and Charleston 28
Michigan Central.. 62
M. and St. Louis 12W
M. and St. Louis pfd 29
Mobile and Ohio
Missouri Pacific ". 01 14
Morris and Essex .122
NashviUeJandlChattanooga '. 34
New Jersey Central soti
New York Central 94S
New York &New Ene 9sJ
New York. New Hatmi Jtr TTnfiw
New York Elevated 115
N. Y., Chicago & St Louis 5
N" " ' ' " pfd 10
New Central Coal 5
Northern Pacific " " igl
Northern Pacific Dfd 43t2
Northwest pfd 1252
Norfolk and West pfd. " 23
Oil Certificates -. 73SU
Ohio Central 2l
Ohio and Mississippi , 1852
Omaha pfd ,
Ontario and Western ,
Peoria, D..and Evansville
uicnmond and Danville
Richmond and West Point 17)4
Rochester and Pitts
St. Paul pfd
St. Paul and Duluth
St Paul and Duluth pfd.
St. Paul, M. and M ....... .
Western Union Tel
United Pipe Line Ctfs
Government bonds closed as follows:
6s 81, continued
5s continued "
4Us,'91, reg .'."."112 all2U
4)s, '91, coup 112 all2j
4s, 1907, reg 119)6all9
4s, 1907, coup 120)6al205i
Currency 6s, '95 127 bid
Currency 6a, '96 .129
Currency 6s, '97 131
Currency 6s, '98 133
Currency 6s,'99 135
Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows:
Grants . 107)lalOS)$
Centrals .......112 all2?
Chieago drain and Provision Mar
ket. Closing quotations Reported over Private Wires
to Edwin Rowe dc Co., Commission Mer
chants, 403 New York Produce Exchange, New
The following shows the quotations at 3:30 p. m
(Chicago time) for the past three days:.
Sept. 24. Sept. 85.
( Oetoher .... 71
Wheat - November .. 7S 79
I May 87 87;
( October 56)4 57
Corn 1 November. . . 46 4
(May 39) ... 39
( October SSK6 25
Oats -(November... 25tZ 25
i May 29 29 29
( October 16.75 16.00 16.00
Pork November..; , :
(Year. 11.85 12.00 11.85
(October...... 7.55 7.77)4 7.52)4
Lard November. ...7.27)4 7.32)4 7.20
( Year 7.22)4 7.27)4 7.17)4
Wheat, 247 cars; 'corn. 652 cars; oats, 154 cars; hogsJ
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" gives them special advantages. Corre
spondence invited and inquiries answered. Deposit
accounts received ana interest allowed. 827 tf
STOCKS AND BONOS FOR SALE
$5,000 N. H. & Northampton R. R. 6s of 1909.
$5,000 N. H. & Northampton R. R. 5s of 1911.
35 shares Wilson Sewing Machine Co.
$2,000 Morris & Essex 7s of 1915.
25 shares Merchants1 National Bank.
50 shares Yale National Bank.
100 shares New Haven County National Bank
75 shares Branford Lock Works.
25 shares Air Line R. R. preferred.
Small lots Adams Express, N. Y., N. H. & H. R.R.
W. T. HATCH & SONS,
Stocks for Sale.
10 shares N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R. Co.
5 shares N. H. & Northampton R. R. Co.
18 shares Merchants National Bank stock.
20 shares New Haven Gas Light Co.
6 shares Second National Bank.
Also City, Yale and County Bank stocks.
BUNNELL & SCRANT0N,
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
732 and 734 Chapel street. seS
Michigan Central R. R. Co.,
First mortgage Main line 5 per
Due May 1, 1902. Interest payable May 1st and No
These bonds are part of the 7 per cent first con
solidated mortgage, reserved to retire prior liens,
and are now issued with the rate of interest reduced.
We offer a limited amount for sale and recom
mend them as a first class investment.
VERMILYE & CO.,
Bfos. lO and 18 Nassau St.,
rRADE MARK T. a,
AT EmaaTKADI MARS
mat for Semlml Wfc VJ
Ana, flpMuOorrh, Im- M rVi
Stmt follow m A mimj Jlr
tut. Old Aj. "yJT
linn TAKm.."" mB takirq.
Bkwasjc ofttdrfTtitattMnte to wfnBu taWwy fattyfatelrott
stqotb in mtMlrCia im Donga r hot mkwwkv. d tw.n 70a m .
fyannfrrvra, and tfra iritirrtasri- MCa tlW lit OUMII. 1
vsm, complied with. See thetr wWtten grtaraniee. A trial of one
BMMS ngsTrtMOU OI 14,
CTFil pwiars Tn tfW tmmpM-t, which W4wtt to RM free b
matt to wry one. &T The Specific Medicin- f tola by al 1 4nmrki
ftt $1 par package, at i Ix pnetcaces for , or will m sent fret by mmU
Ike receipt of UwrnoBey, by nddrearfiw
IHie Cray Medicine Co., Buffalo. N Y
SOLD BY RICHARDSON fc CO.,
S1W nUTO. C01W. .
"Wells & Guiide,
Watclimakers and Jewelers.
Sole Agents in New Haven for the
Rockford Quick Train Watches
266 CHAPEL STREET.
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS . PROMPTLY DONE
Was the name formerly given to Scrofula
because of a superstition that It could be
. cured by a king's touch. The world Is
wiser now, and knows that
can only be cured by a thorough purifica
tion of the blood. If this is neglected,
the disease perpetuates its taint through
generation after generation. Among its
- earlier symptomatic developments are
- Eczema, Cutaneous Eruptions, To- -
- mors, Bolls, Carbuncles, Erysipelas,
Purulent Ulcers, Nervous and Phy-
" steal Collapse, etc. If allowed to con-
i tinue, Rheumatism, Scrofulous Ca-
tarrta, Kidney and Liver Diseases,
' Tubercular Consumption, and vari-
' ous other dangerous or fatal maladies, are
' produced by it. .
Is the only powerful and always reliable
blood-puryying medicine. It is so effect
ual an alterative that it eradicates from
the system Hereditary Scrofula, and
the kindred poisons of contagious diseases
' and mercury. At the same time it en
' riches and vitalizes the blood, restoring
healthful action to the vital organs and
rejuvenating the entire system. This great
Is composed of the genuine Honduras
SarsapariUa, with Yellow Dock, Stil
lingia, the Iodides of Potassium and
Iron, and other ingredients of great po
tency, carefully and scientifically com
pounded. Its formula is generally known
to the medical profession, and the best
physicians constantly prescribe Ayeb's
Babsapahttxa as an -
For all diseases caused by the vitiation of
the blood. It is concentrated to the high
est practicable degree, far beyond any
other preparation for which like effects
are claimed, and is therefore the cheapest,
as well as the best blood purifying medi
cine, in the world.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mast.
.Sold by all Druggists : price $1 ; six
bottles for S3.
tS WARRANTED to cure all cases of ma
larial disease, such as Fever and Ague, Inter
mittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Billons Fever, and Liver Com
plaint. In case of failure, after due trial,
dealers are authorized, by our oircnlar of
July let, 1882, to refund the money,
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
for tne Cure ot Kidney and Iiiwer Com.
plaints, Constipation, and all disorders
arising from an impnre state of the BLOOD.
To women who suffer from any of the ills pecu
liar to their sex it is- an unfailing friend. AU
Droggists. One Dollar a bottle, or address Dr.
David Kennedy, Rondout, N. Y.
A YOUTHFUL EDITOR
History of tbe Hardest Struggle of His
Life Of Deep Interest to all Pro
fessions Worcester, Mass., March 23, 1884.
Dr. David Kennedv. Rondout. N. Y.:
Dear Sir My son, a lad of fifteen, editor of the
"Go-Ahead," amateur journal, of this city, has been
at different times most severely, and apparently
hopelessly, afflicted with Salt Rheum. When a very
small child his body was almost entirely covered
with this loathsome eruption. It mostly passed
away, however, after the teething period, and he
was not seriously troubled with it again until abou
one year ago, when the Salt Rheum first appeared
on his hands between his fingers, then on his limbs,
then on his face and head in one solid mass. His
condition was terrible, Trm rash TraTnriieri ivy
poisoning, and we at first fancied it might be some
thing not so bad as his old troubles, but the physi
cians pronounced it Salt Rheum, and made every
errorx, witnoux avail, to cure ix. we inea a prepar
ation widelv advertised as a specific for skin dis
eases, but it made about as much of an impression
as so much cold water might have done. You can
understand the situation when I say we were in
despair of obtaining real help from any source.
At this point, through the advice of Mr. J. W. Ba
con, whose daughter had been cured of Salt Rheum
by it, I tried KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY.
This was the right and only thing at last. The skin
began to heal at once, and to-day the evidence of
the disease has wholly disappeared. How thankful
we are. uear iroctor; 1 leave you to imagine.
Yours; J. W. BATCHELDER.
No. 17 Terrill street.
The experience of years, and the testimony of
thousands demonstrate DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S
FAVORITE REMEDY to the most successful medi
cine for organic and blood diseases ever discovered.
Prepared only by Dr. David Kennedy, Physician
ana surgeon, ttonaouc, jm. x. seioeoaawnr
PACKING AND PROVISION CO.,
SOS and 507 STATE STREET,
Pratt's Astral Oi
In a eireular issued June 30,
1882, by the New York State
Board of Health, there appears
the astounding statement: ''It is
estimated that upwards of thirty
thousand lives have been de
stroyed by the explosive qualities
When Pratt's Astral Oil, which
is acknowledged the world over
to be absolutely safe, ean be
easily obtained at an exceeding
ly low price, why should con
sumers take the risk of burning
PRATT MANUFACTURING CO.,
NEW YORK CITY.
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers.
' FOR SALE BY
STODDARD, KIMBERLY & CO..
New Haven, Conn.
.... ... , , . . i . tn Oil
rne Astral is particularly auapiAxi "
Stoves, on account of its absolute safety and free
dom from odor. se24sawaeoww4p
The most perfect Heater ever built.
Self-Resulatlng, Scientific Construc
tion. Can be applied to all buildings, larpe or small. The
agents for the above Heater for New Haven and vi
cinity give their careful attention to Steam Heating
in all its branches. Are also manufacture ami
dealers ln Engineers1, Steam, Gas and Plumbers
Supplies. Wrought and Cast Iron Pipe and fittings.
Rubber and Cotton Hose and Packing a specialty.
Send for Circular.
J. P. GILBERT & CO.,
An nth r Rfid liction .
fTTHE New Haven Butter Store has again rednced
I ... . i. sntfa, tn siicn a once that
everybody must be satisfied with the price and qua!
everybody 5 cents on the pound. Stores, hotelsaod
restaurants con be supplied by the tub or greater
quantity. Fresh Eggs as low as the lowest in marax
ax wnoiesaie ana retail.
116 Congress Avenue.
A. I'JUt' 1 . A J A-i ML .
mua6 EDW, E. HALL & SON.
it nr r.HA aeAarm reaavw .
CHARLES S. HAMILTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
YALE BANK BUILDING,
CORNER CHAPEL AND STATE STS,
Notary Public. New Haven, Conn.
E. P. ARVINE,
ATTORNEY AT IiAW,
Rooms 9 and 11, 69 Church St.
CAM EE REMOVED
ZiSAODa c3 co.,
London, Perfumers to Her Majesty the Queen, have
invented ana paienxea we w ona-reno wnea
Which removes Smallpox 'Marks of however lone
standing. The application is simple and harmless,
causes no inconvenience and contains nothing inju
rious, rjena ior particulars.
LEON & CO.'S "Depilotory"
Removes Superfluous Hair in a few minutes without
pain or unpieasani sensation: never to grow again.
Simple and harmless. Full directions sent by mail.
GEO. W. SHAW, Gen. Agt.,
219 A TREMONT STREET, BOSTON, MASS.
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,
210 Cbapel Street
BELOW THE BRIDGE.
A FRIEND IN NEED.
Prenared from the reciDe of Dr. Stenhen Sweet
of Connecticut, the great natural Bone-Setter. Has
been used for more than fifty years and is the best
KU4J WIl reUWUJ lUi WC UiUIlUiUU, 1'CUl tllia, DjiioiUB,
uruises. liurns, l;uls, wounas, ana au exwimtu in
DODD'S NERVINE AND INVIGORATOR.
Standard and reliable, and never fails to comfort
the aged and help everybody who uses it.
SOLD BY ATT. DRUGGISTS TRY IT.
GROCERIES AND MEAT
A large assortment of vegetables and fruits re
ceived tresn every morning at very low prices.
Best New Process Down to $7 Per Bl,
Finest Creamery Butter, 4 lbs for $1.
Finest Cream Cheese, 14c per lb.
Bananas 25c per dozen.
2 packages steam prepared Oatmeal, 25c.
Creamery Buttered Flour for sale here.
A choice Mixed Candy 14c per lb, 8 lbs $1.
Finest quality Lard 12c, 91bs $1.
Granulated and other Sugars at botton prices.
The finest Tea for 60c per lb.
The finest Java Coffee, 28c lb.
MEAT MARKET COaWECTEI),
None but prime meat kept.
J. H. KEAMEY,
Kim City Clash Crooory-j
4 AND 76 CONGRESS AVE., CORNER HILL ST.
ELECTRICITY IS LIFE.
Whv will rjeorjle cliner to the absurh idea that thev
must take medicine? Electricity will reach where
mediciue has failed, as 15 years experience has
proved, it you are irouoiea wun uaxarrn, or xseurai
gia, or Rheumatism, Throat or Lnng Troubles, Gen
eral ueouiiy, iieaaacne, iuaney disease, try
Go and see Dr. Cummings. His method differs
from all others. His success is wonderful.
Ladies treated successfully. Ladies can consult
with the Doctor s wife afternoons. Consultation
DR. J. W. CUMMINGS,
ISTo 4 Church Street.
oelS WOOD'S BLOCK.
ELASTIC AND EASY
1ST ANV POSITION.
This Corset expands and
contracts withthe breathinj
and yields to every move
ment of the wearer, making
an EASY and ELEGANT
FIT. For sale everywhere.
For sale by
M. A. T0MLINS0N,
New Haven, Conn.
NEW YORK BRANCH
NOW PERMAFENTLY LOCATED AT
42 Church Street.
Liberal advances made on all kinds of personal
For sale at low prices.
Square Dealing With All.
Flows from the Maximum Mineral Fountain of Sara
toga Springs, and is in the opinion of the most emi
nent medical men Nature's Sovereign Cure for Con
stipation, Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver, Inactive Condi
tions of the Kidneys, and a most salutary alterative
in scrofulous affections. With ladies, gentlemen
and bon vivanta everywhere it has become the
standard of dietary expedients, fortifying the diges
tive functions and enabling free livers to indulge
with impunity at the table. The world of wealth,
intelligence and refinement testifies to its sparkling,
naturally pure and delightful qualities as the bev
erage incomparable, and accredit it with being the
Burest and spediest source of their clear complex
ions, high and exuberant spirits. HATHORN
SPRING WATEK is sold only in glass bottles: four
dozen pints are packed in a case. It may be ob
tained at all hotels, and of druggists, wine mer
chants and grocers everywhere. my2
L. c. prirp & SON,
CHICKENS 1 1
For Broiling and Roasting-.
Prime Beef a Spcialty.
L. C. PFAFF & SON
T and O Chnrch Street.
W. B. TREWHETJi A .
Manufacturer of Mattresses.
Hair, Cotton, Husk, Excelsior; also Feather Beds,
Pillows, Bolsters, etc. Renovating Mattresses-a
Specialty. Will call and deliver at residence in city .
Prices the Lowest.
01 JUAB i WATtJt M KC.P.l,
apl7d6m New Haven, Conn.
New Haven and Derby Railroad.
Train Arrangement oommencinfr July It, 1884.
LEAVE NEW HAVEN
At V:0Oand:SOa. m.,8:00, 6:45,8:20 p. m. Satur
days at ll : w p. m.
At 6:85, 9:06 and 11:40 a. m., 8:25 and 7:31 p. m. '
Connections are made at Ansonia with passenger
trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at Hew jsaven
with the principal trains of other roads centering
there. E. 8. QUINT ARD, Sup't
New Haven, jury in. isen.
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. -vmivj.
Kaw VnrV for Trenton and PbiladelDhia
:00.7:45,8:30,11:15 a.m., 1:30, 4:00, 4:80, 5:30,7:00
and 12:00 p. m. Sundays 8:45 a. m., 6:30, 12:00 p. m.
For Suhbury, Lewisburg and Williamsport, 7:45 a
m. and 4 p. m. Drawing Room Cars on all day
hi.jna anil S.Ailnff riant rtn nipht trains.
Leave pnuaueipnia, corner rtinui u
streets, 7:80, 8-.su, K:au, 11 :uu a. m., i:io. o:, .,
icf-nn n m Rnndava 8:80 a. m.. 5:30.12:00 jn.
Leave 3d and tterKS sis. o:iu, o:w, w:w, iu;au j. m.,
8-30, 6:20, 6:30 p. m. Sundays 8:15a. m., 4:30 p. m.
Ixave Trenton. Warren and Tucker streets, 1:25,
:20, 8:03, 8:00. 10:08, 11:35 a. m., 1:54. 4:22, 6:24, 7::
S. in. Bunaays i:s, v-.io a. y ' ' p.
. Q. HANCOCK. H. P. BALDWIN,
J. E. WOOTTEN, Gen. Manager.
aulHtf '" - ;
COMMENCING JUNE, 16, 1884.
Tmlna Tava "New Haven via N. V. . N. IT. & 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
l imilMl Fvnresa leaves Bridcrerjort at 5:25 P. m..
arrives at Pittsfield at 8:80 p. m., connecting for
North Adams, arriving at :au p. m.
11. 17. A V r.i .1 l.lj. wenerai I iuki-l ajeeut.
W. H. YEOMANS, Superintendent.
General Offices, Bridgeport, Conn.
IF YOU ARE GOING
WEST OR SOUTH
TRAVEL BY THE
The Best Railroad in the World
- . nilTV EVPRtf THA S' 1, 1 H Ml W f..- 1 .
a mi. f.,- 1 if.v.'tu uiH full information to J. N.
States, ticket agent, N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., New
COMMENCING JULY 17th, 1884, trains leave
New Haven via it. s. u. a. ts, conneciAug
r.hi. rnfii at
7:00 a. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger
tram tor waieroury, uwuueiu tww iu
9:50 a. m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown,
T I'lvVifi 1 1 WinKtarl.
8:00 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger
tram for Waterbury.
5:45 p. m. Through car for waterbury, Watertown,
x.oon m nrtn neohiic At A nnonia t nr Waterburv.
FOKNEW Uivnifl Trains leave winstea: tuv
a. m., 1:28 p. m.. witn tnrougn car,aua at o:so p. in.
TRAINS LEAVE WATERBURY At o:3U a. m..
8:26 a. m., through car, 10:50 a. m., 2:44 p. m.
through car, 6:45 p. m
Bridgeport, July 17, 1884. .
Eastern Standard Time.
Commencing "Jcnb 30th, 1884.-
6.00 a.m. s.00p.m. .sop m,
7.15 a.m. 10.25
4.10 " 6.25
4.38 ' 1.19
Saratoga, S 20 p.m,
fin. neerneld. -00
7.45 a.m. 158 pjn.
11.40 " S.45
12.25 p.m. 4.10 "
1.14 " 5.00 "
12.55 " 4.40 "
1.41 " 5.25 "
10.40 a.m. 5.20
2.06 p.m. B.49 "
8.10 " 5.80
2.38 " 6.26 "
2i5 " 6.40
8.45 7.38 "
4.40 " 8.28 "
7JW " 10J0 "
"Williamsb'rg, 6.15 a.m. 8.90
Wnrth nmDt'n. 6.34
N. Hartford, . 7.80
New Haven, 9.17
New York, 11.45
K. B. OPDYBLE, Jr., Snpt,
Dew Vorlc, Mew Haven & Hart-
fnrd 12.. It.. June 13. 1SS4.
ITO4TWO TPAR "NTITW TTAVF.'V AS FOLLOWS
FOR NEW YORK 3,58, 4:18, 4:28, 5:15, 6:30, 7:30
8:10, 8:30, 9:30, 10:40, 12:00 noon, (l:00p. m,
way train to Stamford), 1:30, 2:30, 3:5fi(4:07
way to Stamford, thence Ex. to New York),
5:OT, 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 ana-reinamviiie. o.w nay w ,1.17.
8:38, p m., 9:20 p. m., way train for Stam
ford, stops at all stations except wesi naven,
Sundays, 3:58, 4:18, 8:00 a. m., 5:00, 7:15,
xkt a STrrvYiToVr rJTOHT EXPRESS VIA HARLEM
RIVER Leaves at 11:50 p. m. daily, stops at
Milford. Bridgeport, South Norwalk and Stam-
FORBOSTON VIA SPRINGFIELD 1 :02 night,
6:52,8:00, 11:05 a, m., 1:10, 8:12, 6:26p. m.
Cn.m, 1-(V1 ntvht fi-9fi r. 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. jpe:ae p.
trim m im'i-i in VI A IS El
DENCE 12:45 night, 10:25 a. m., fast express
(3:15 Newport Express, goes no farther than
Providence), 4:10 p. m. Fast Express, Sundays
FOR BOSTON VIA HARTFORD AND N. Y. & N.
I- R R 9-30 A m. dailv.
rmill TtTFORD. SPRINGFIELD AND MERIDEN,
ETC. 12:15 night, 1:02 night (2:30 a. m to
Hartford, 6:52, 8:00, 10:25, ii:ub a. m., ia:iu
noon, 1:18, 3:12 4:50 (5:55 to Hartford), 6:26,
S:12 p. m. rjunaays "i:us: Bigoi, 'u:so p. hi.
rnp KfF.w T.r7nov. F.TC 12:45 ni?ht. 7;
(this train connects with steamboat at New Lon
don for Block Island), 10:25, 10:35 a. m., 8:15,
4:10, 5:05, 6:18 p.m. (9:00 p.m. train to Guil
ford goes no farther.) Sundays 12:45 night.
VIA B. & N. Y. AIR LINE DIVISION for Middle
town. Willimantic, Etc. Leave New Haven for
all stations at 8:15 a. m., 1:35, 6:20 p. in. Uon
iuu4 at. MiHdletown with Conn. Vallev R. R..
anti at. Willimantic with N. Y. & N. E. and N. L.
& N. R. R., at Turnerville with Colchester
Branch. Trains arrive in New Haven at 8:1)0
m., 1:22, 8:29 p. m
E. M. REED, Vice President.
" A well-known bank president haa
written for a Chicago weekly an article
entitled"Where Has the Money GoneP"
If heisamarried man, with large family
of active children, we advise him to look
over the bills for shoes Evening Call, Phtia
A. parent in, Philadelphia an
swers tlie above thus: "I found,
tuzt a GOOD Shoe was cheapest
and that the SOLAIi TIP was
Best, and have SA. VED FIFTY
FEU CENT. . on Children's
shoe bills by buying them only."
CAUTION Be not deceived as there
are hundreds of imitations of the
SOIiAE TIP, such, as "Sole Leather
Tip," etc. Every genuinepair has trade
marK on sole on which is maker's name
' JOHN MUNDELL & CO."
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,
3-dLi iST-A-TIIi: ST.,
Yale Bank Building.
They sell at low prices
And Give A Good Article.
COFFEES ROASTED DAILY.
E. D. HENDEE,
W. D. BRYAN,
S T O tl TAILOR,
SO. 12T CQVRCn ST.
Canned goods. Fresh Fruit, aU kinds, daily.
Choice Creamery Butter. A full line of Sea Food
all kinds in their season. Prices as low as the low
Orders taken and goods delivered.
EDWARD F. DtKASD,
au22 860 State Street, cor. Clarlc.
WINDOW SHADE CO.,
And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Cornices, Cornice Poles, Etc.
Bv making a specialty of these goods we are able
to show the largest assortment, and offer all goods
in our line at VERY LOW PRICES.
Our styles in Drapery Curtains for the Fall will
Include the finest line of Imported Turcomans ever
shown in New England.
MR. L. B. JUDD will have charge of our Drapery
and Shade work, and orders by postal or telephone
will have prompt attention.
New Haven Window Shade Co.
694 CHAPEL STREET,
BELOW THE BRIDGE.
N; B. Open Monday and Saturday evenings.
New Salt Mackerel. Spanish Mackerel. Hard and
Soft Shell Crabs, Halibut, Eels, Mackerel, Round
and Long Clams, Lobsters, Oysters, etc., etc. the
best in the market.
Reed's Market, 59 Church Street
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE.
ae H. W. SMITH, Manager.
NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT CO.
DAILY LINE FOR NEW YORK.
Fare 1, Including Berth.
TICKETS FOB THE ROUND TRTP 1 50
The steamer C. R HrtPTmu , t
? '.LJSaVec,. !ew Haven 1J- m., sW
days excepted. State rooms sold at office of Peck
& Bishop, 702 Chapel stree and at Klo?k?s DrS
Store, corner of Chapel and taurch streSS
eteamer uujm tin km tal, Captain Stevens.
New Haven at 10:15, Sundays eicTpted
From New York theC. H. NORTHAM leave, tw
Slip at 8 p. m., COCTINENTAL at U o fpPm
Sundays excepted Saturday night at 12 o'clock
Sunday Night Boat for New fork
Tha Steamer NEW HAVEN, Captain Walter c
Post, leaves Nw Haven at 10:30 p. m. State room
old at th Elliot House. Free &bu4 f
anca Buildlmr, Chapel street, commencing at 9 p. n.
x muu uKW"JCVU90UirOUeiltO Phil
adelphia (both routes), Baltimore and Washington
XT. S. MAIL STEAMSHIPS
Sail from New York wrv Hntunlnw
GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY
Cabin Passage $60 to $80. Second Class $35. Steer
age. Passage (to or from) $15.
TVom Pier No. 41. N. R., New York.
CITY OF ROME sails Oct 4, Nov. 1.
AUSTRAL sails Sept. 20.
Superb accommodations for all classes of nasEen
Cabin passage $60 to $100, according to accommo
dations, becond 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, 816 Chapel St.
naiiuiiai une m i.enmiiiiiH
-. . h . ... : - - -
BETWEEN NEW YORK, LTVERPOOL. QUEENS
IVIVII APiU LUNIHJN D1KECET.
Sailine weeklv from Pier 39 ICnrl.h Plm. -K7M
York, are among the largest steamships crossing
the Atlantic. Cabin rates, $50 to $100; Excursions
at special rates; outward Bteerage $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 TTavmv Til'WVT i s. rnj a '-n. w
ly-SS95 A. MCALISTER, GEORGH
Daily Except Saturday
Leave New Haven from Starin's Dock at 10:15 r
m. The JOHN H. STARIN, Captain MeAlister
every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The ERAS
TUS CORNING, Captain Spoor, every Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
R Returning leave New York from Pier 18, foot of
iHiruanut sireei, at v p. m. tne STARIN every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday; the CORNING
every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The only
Sunday night boat from New York.
CFare, with berth in cabin, $1; stateroom $1. Ex
I Free Coach leaves the depot on arrival of Hart
ford train. Leaves corner of Church and Chape
streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 p. m.
nuieui auu oiaw nooms can oe purchased at L.
E. Ryder's. No. 276 Chanel street, at tho Tnnfi,,.
Hotel, or of the Downes News Co., 351 Chapel street
and at the International Exchange, 31 Center street
c. in. conk-Lin, Agent,
m20 New Haveft, Coag.
Dr. John L. Lyon s
Qrand Medical and Snrnica.1 Offlc.
THE old reliable, moat celebrated, akillfnl an
accesafol pbyaiclan In this country, permanent
ly located in New Haven since May, 185. takes pleas
axe In announcing to tbe citizens of tbe Unite
fttataa and elsewbere tbat he Las removed his oQ.
from 195 Chapel atreei to 40 Church treet.
Itovm 11, Iloadlejr Building, opposite the
PostoOlce, Dp one night of stairs; en
trance either at 49 Chnrch street or 61
Crown street, where tbe afflicted can consult bin
in mrlvate upon all diseases tbat flesh is heir to front
9 a. m. to 9 P. m. r r. Lyon will oontinue as heretofore
to treat all diseases of every name and nature wit
that marvelous success which long years of expert
enoe has given htm Thousands of testimonials fron
rrateful patients snatched from tbe brink of tht
crave now rejoicing ln tbe perf octlcn of health attest
the unerring skill of Dr. Lyon. He especially invites
those whose diseases Tinder other methods of treat
ment have remained in tractive to call upon him.
Visit him and he will at once describe your condition,
perhaps yon would liave been cured If your phjeiciaa
had understood your oae.
x mi bmw triad ur health and railed it is no no
son why yott shoulel not try again. Hoalth is pre
oious to all and if he cannot reliere your case he wit
tell you so. He can refer you to many, perhaps worst
than yo. are, that were given up by their physician!
and friends, who now enjoy good health. He will de
scribe your case so rlearly that you will know he per
fectly understands your disease. It is something ot
great Importance to you, although very easily acoonv
pushed by him, though no more wonderful than true
It is only the starting peint to health for tbe physi
cian to understand your eVaease, and then administei
the simple remedy to remove that disease. Come, hi
will do you good. You may be faithless. He wit
sire you faith, by his perfect knowledge of your di
ease. Come ; he will remove tbat cough, pain in tht
head, side and back ; remove tbat cold, sinking
burning at the stomach, stiff Joints, rheumatism
gout, fever, sores, cancers, salt thenm, erysipelas
scald head and aU bad humors, with his vegetabM
Persons at a distance may consult Dr. Lyon oy is.
ter (post-paid), describing their case, and have medi
cines securely put up and forwarded by express 4
any part of the United States with full and explioi.
direct tens for u?e. Office arranged with separan
apartmeats so that patients see none but the doctor
The following are some of the diseases which Dr.
Lyon suDceesf ully treats : Coughs, colds, oonsump
tion, bronchitis, asthma, eore throats, liver com
plaint, kidney complaint, scrofula, erysipelas, sail
rheum, cancer, tumors, rheumatia .n chronic and lav
fiammatory dropsy and piles blind and bleeding
and all humors and eruptions of the blood and skin,
He challenged the world to surpass him in cleansini
the blood and entire system of all impurities. A
elass of diseases from the effects of which thousands
and tens of thousands go to a prematura grave, la
radically and permanently cured by Dr. Lyon. aTia
success in this class of ailments is not only gratify
ing bat simply wonderful. The patient after putting
himself er herself under the doctor s treatment cons
menoM tn lracrove at once, and the 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 once
to the office of Dr. Lyon. Spermatorrhea or involun
tary seminal emissions, seminal weakness, and everf,
species of genital irritability, gonorrhea, syphilids,
gleet, prolapsus uteri or fal lng of the womb, lemeor
rhea or whites, and other alarming and painful com
plaint Incidental to both sexes. i
To Fmalb The diseases peculiar to fstnaleS,
caused by weakness, deformity, disease and front
taking cold, suppression. Irregularities, painful and
Imperfect menstruation, prolapsus uteri or falling oi
cue womb speedily, and effectually cured, rAnsurca
tion free. Advice and medicine given ln all t11.srto
for fsl or more, according to ths severity of tbe .emsel
If yon wish to communicate by letter, state fully youq
disease, your age, symptoms, duration of illness, sup4
posed cause and whether married or single, mad m all
esses the most inviolable eecresy may. be relied upes
Jfinclose a stamp for return postage, and addrepais
communications to or call upon Dr. J-LLyosLial
Church street. New Haven. Conn.
npended are a few testimonials. Want of
forbids the publishing of more. Their names will t
cheerfully given to those desiring them by calling
the doctor's office. Case one is that of a lady wh
was pronounced by threo of tha most prominent pfcy-J
Biciansoz her native city to be in tne last stage of
consumption, and told that her case was helpless and
hopeless. After being restored to sound health fax
Dr. Lyon she sent the following letter, earnestly re-t
questing that It should be published in the hope tbajj
U niignt reacn otners similarly amioiea :
To all who may be a filleted with that eommei die
ease, ocnasumptloo, or any weakness of the lungs,
would appeal to them to immediately consult DrJ
John L. Lyon, of New Haven, Conn., feeling nr)
that by so doing they may be restored to health. I
several years I was troubled with a cough, hema
rhage of the lungs and the usual symptoms of eem
sumption. X consulted and was treated by some oi
the most eminent physicians the country afferdeet
without deriving any permanent benefit whatever.'
In the spring of 1663 the disease made such rapid
progress that my attending physician and friends)
gave up all hopes of my recovery,- On the 16th ef
May, 163, I consulted the above named doctor. J
was at that time reduced to a perfect wreck of my
former self , coughing incessantly, and it would see Be
lust on the verse of the errave. After the usual ex
amination he kindly but plainly Informed me as eth
ers had done, that my disease was inourable ; that X
had but a lew mourns co live, uavmg grea. ecu
denoe in his skill, X insisted open his treating my
case. He did so and with astonish! roooess. Is
twenty days from the time I commenced the use of
his medicines my cough was leas frequent, I suffered
no more from hemorrhage of the lungs, and day by
day found the terrifying symptoms of consumption
disappearing, end was gradually regaining health. 1
was treated by him one year at the end of that time
I can truly say I was restored to perfect health. K
is now March, 1865, and no symptoms of the disease
are felt. I have reason to feel sure that I 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 et
sufferers who are being dally earried to the grave by
eonsomptlOB. to rge upon them the necessity of
seek In it relief where it may be found,
very respeotruiiy, v. h. b.
The lady who wrote the foregoing continues In es
The following is an extract from r letter received
from a patient treated and cured of seminal weak.
Dal Ltok Dear Bli- It is imTOSsibl? for me to ruL
rv express my vratitude to you oonoernlns: the effect
which your medicine has produced upon my system.
I have Just finished the medicine you put up forme
and ean truthfully say that I feel a different being
lfy appetite is very regular and X am not troubled
with that dull headache that X once had, and sleep
never was so refreshing, as I am not disturbed with
dreams. Before I came to you it was difficult for me
to confine my theughts for any length of time to any
subject, undoubtedly owing to that complaint, end
the contrast is quite noticeable, if I ever know one
troubled with that complaint I shall Immediately dl
reet them to you as an effectual means of scan cuxa,
for it seems to me that I almost owe my life to yon,
for if it had been allowed to grow upon me the time
could not have been far distant when that Incurable
disease (consumption) would have been deeply seated
in my system. Please accept my sincere thanks fee
your treatment thrs far. 1 remain yours truly,
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