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Tuesday, October T, 1884.
ABOUT Bl'TLER AND BALDWIN.
-Butler Men of time Seventh Ward At
; A meeting will be called for the purpose
of organizing an Anti-Free Trade Butler and
West olub of the Seventh ward. It is neces
sary ta take this course in order to. counter
act successfully the efforts of the knownoth
ing and free trade sentiments expressed in
H. C. Baldwin's late address to the voters of
the Second congressional .district, and also
to v protest against the - free- trade
doctrines enunciated at ' the Butler
headquarters in this ' city, viz., that
it is much better to have - the
manufactured goods come overhere free than
it is to have so many foreigners emigrate to
this country and fill our labor market; or, a
it must be interred trom Mr. Baldwin s ut
terances, take the dnty off from foreign im
ported goods and put it on the emigrant. "We
hope the voters in each ward in this city will
seriously consider the free trade and know
nothing utterances of Mr. H. C. 'Baldwin,
the so-called" People's party nominee for Con
gress, and remember him on election day.
Voters of the Seventh ward, recollect that
this political trickster claims to be a protec
tionist in private conversation, but like his
director, Mr. Mitchell, is only a protection
ist just before election and never afterwards.
We wish every voter to know the truth that
H. C. Baldwin is working for the Democratic
candidate. There will be a more
thorough explanation of this matter in a few
days. We say to the Butler men of the
Seventh ward there will be meeting of
our friends at No. 1 Bradley Place,
near the comer of Bradley and Grand streets,
next Friday evening at half -past seven. Al
bert J. Morton, Joseph Purcell, Allan Camp
bell, Peter Noonan, 229 Hamilton street;
David Curtin, 187 Wallace street; James
Kinsella, 9 Myrtle avenue; Patrick Collins,
187 Myrtle avenue; James Long, 187 AVal
lace street; Thomas Keedie, 489 East street;
Thomas Dorsey, 250 Hamilton street.
THK DERBY RAILROAD.
Its Financial Relationship To The
City An Exhaustive Report By The
Board of Finance Food For Thought
Facts And Figures.
At the meeting of the Board" of Aldermen
last evening the following report of the
Board of Finance was read and laid on the
table for consideration at a special meeting
to be held on Monday evening, October 20.
As will be seen the report is quite exhaus
tive in its character, as it gives in a clear
and readable manner the status of the city
and the railroad. It will be read with
interest by the taxpayers and others. The
report as submitted is as follows:
To the Honorable Court of Common Council
of the City of New Haven:
Your Board of Finance having examined
and considered-the matters covered by your
resolution concerning the relations existing
between the New Haven and Derby railroad
and the city of New Haven beg leave to re
port the following statement of facts and to
snbmitthe accompanying order in reference
to the same:
By order of the Board of Finance,
James P. Pigott, City Clerk.
In April, 1867, the city government voted
to apply to the legislature for authority to
aid the New Haven and Derby railroad by
subscribing to its capital stock. The author
ity was given in an act approved June 16,
1867. By virtue of this act and the vote of
the city the city subscribed for two thousand
shares of the stock of the par value of $200,
000. To raise this sum bonds of the city
were issued to the amount of $200,000. Said
bonds were dated October 1, 1867, bearing
interest at the rate of 6 per cent, per annum,
payable semi-annually, $20,000 of these
bonds maturing in' ten years from the date
thereof and $20,000 maturing every year
thereafter, so that the whole amount should
be paid by October 1, 1886.
Over three hundred citizens subscribed to
the capital stock of the road in sums varying
from $100 to $5,000. Stock was also issued
to contractors to pay indebtedness to them.
The total amount of stock now outstanding
is, according to the books or the treasurer,
The company also raised funds by the sum
of $300,000 first mortgage bonds, secured by
a llrst mortgage on about 1U miles of road.
These bonds bear date 1868. They mature
in 1888, and draw seven per cent, interest.
The construction of the road began in
1868. Early in 1869 the city voted to extend
further aid by guaranteeing another issue of
bonds. Authority to do so was given by the
legislature at its May session, 1869. $225,
000 of bonds were accordingly issued by the
company arid guaranteed by the city, princi
pal and interest. These bonds are dated
February 1st, 1870, and payable in 1900,
bearing interest at seven per cent, payable
The ;ity received an agreement of indem
nity against any and all loss by reason of its
guaranty of these bonds, and the agreement
is secured to the city by a second mortgage
on all the property covered by the first mort
gage of the road and by a first mortgage on
all the ether property of the road, more par-
ticuiaray a nrst mortgage uu on Lite 1 1 ni es
tate of the New Haven and Derby Railroad
company on Water street and extending to
the flats or harbor. In 1871 the city voted
to extend further aid. The authority to do
so was obtained from the legislature by an
act dated July 21, 1871. By the terms of
this act the city was authorized to loan the
company $75,000. The money was raised
by the city at the Townsend Savings bank
on the city's note at seven per cent, interest
dated July 31, 1871.
This $75,000 does not appear to have been
paid by the city directly to the road, but
to have been for the most part disbursed by
the city to the creditors of the road as fol
lows: July 81 and August 1, 1871, there
was disbursed by four city vouchers, num
bered 1,758, 1,759, 1,760 and 1,761, to pay
interest due on bonds and other indebted
ness of the road, $37,741.67:
August 4 (voucher 1,902) to Morris Tyler
for locomotive and cars, $14,553.40.
August 10 (voucher 2,013) JNew xlaven Car
August 14 (voucher 2,Ulb) smith ct Bperry
for work done, $630.90.
September 9 (voucher 2,2o2) Albert Spen
cer on contract for ballasting, $4,000.
October 12 (voucher 2,b21) Albert Spen
cer on contract for ballasting, $2,038.00.
October 1 (voucher S,d31) Spring ct Wil
cox for turn table, $180.90.
November 8 (voucher 2,868) for construc
tion account, $595.63.
December 11 (voucher 3,128) to balance to
company, $1,000.00. Total, $75,000.00.
The city's loans and investments may be
summarized as follows:
First, The city bought and owns two
thousand shares of the capital stock for
which it paid $200,000.
Second, The city has guaranteed the pay
ment, principal and interest, of $225,000 of
thirty year seven per cent, bonds.
Third, The city has paid out in cash its
loan of 1871, $75,000.
- In this connection it should be stated that
the city has paid the interest on the guaran
teed bonds, beginning February 1st, 1872,
amounting to $15,750 per annum. --The city
has also paid or forborne the interest on
$50,000 of the $75,000 cash loan above set
forth, the company paying the interest on
the remaining So,wu.
Further transactions have taken place be
tween the city and the road as follows:
As above stated the road gave the. city a
mortgage deed to secure the city for all loss
by reason of its guarantee of the $225,000 in
bonds. Ihis deed gave the city a sec
ond -mortgage on ts 10 1-3 miles of
road and a nrst mortgage on its property
from Water street to the water line or chan
nel, as claimed by the Derby road, except the
road bed itself. In 1871 the Consolidated
road desired to obtain the water front owned
by the Derby road, and the purchase price
was determined by the arbitrators. Messrs.
H. M. Welch, Luzon B. Morris and Pierport
Foster, in 1873 and fixed at $112,000. The
city holding a first mortgage on this land, no
title could b given without its constat. The
city released its mortgage on the property im
question ana on June lutn or litn, i73,
there was paid to the city$50,000 of the$112,
000, the road taking the remaining $63,000.
The citv annlied this f 50. 000 to cav in nart
the indebtedness of the city to the Townsend's
bank above alleged to.
In Hay, 1874, the Court of Common Coun
cil passed an order to loan the road a sum
not to extend $50,000 upon satisfactory se
curity and appointed a committee to attend
to the matteT. The loan was made on a note
of the road, dated July 81st, 1874, bearing
uiwiobi, m neve? per cent., and tho money
was disbursed as follows:
isii, juiy oa, (.voucher 8,74-JV . . S36 000 00
1874, Sept. 1st, (voucher 7,1T). . " ''gnom
1874, Sept, iWth, (voucher 7,570)...'.'.:'.".".".:". lioOOO
The city has loaned the road in cash $75
000 and $50,000, in all $125,000. . '
It has received in return cash $50,000.
This cash payment to the city has gener
ally been treated as a repayment of cash
loaned. For the remaining $75,000 the
city holds the note of the . company for $50,-
The other $25,000 is represented by a note
which the city gave to William - Fitch, trus
tee, dated February 1st, 1874, the interest on
which has always been paid by the railroad
Amount paid - by the oity as interest
11. nlu1 llinJ Q f-WTlf T T1RV-
Vll LUC K nl i' viv' , J i .
ments of $7,875 each, is $204,750.
The city nas paia out wr uw iwi-uy u-
Cash loans ....... -
$ 75,000 00
Interesvon me ?i o,uw lutui
Interest on me guarauteou uuuua.
Total, ' $880,88125
The citv has received back an assessment
in favor of the road amounting to $16,141.00,
which being deducted from the above leaves
the amount of cash paid out by the city for
the road $304,140.25. The city Has guaran
teed bonds of the road amounting to $225,
000.00 and these bonds mature A. D. 1900.
The city bought and now owns 2,000
shares of 'the common stock for which - there
was paid $200,000.00.
The directors of the road have made a
proposition to the city through this board as
The road proposes to pay the city $75,000
in full settlement of all its indebtedness to
the city, and after October 1st, 1884, to as
sume the payment of the interest on the
guaranteed bonds and to take ' care
of the -bonds themselves when due.
They do not offer any additional
security to relieve the city from
its present liability as to either the interest
or bonds. They also propose to raise this
$75,000 by an issue of preferred stock, which
would constitute an additional lien on the
road, standing before the common stock,
thereby making less secure the city's present
control. The common stock stands as fol
Owned by the city (shares)
Owned by individuals " . .
Total number of shares 4,477
The road is now in first-class condition. It
has convenient passenger- and freight sta
tions. It owns rolling stock including four
locomotives, seventy-one cars of various
Vinil. and is provided with convenient shops
and machinery. It has earned on an average
in each of the past two years $166,000. Its
operating expenses for the year ending Sep
tember 30, 1882, were $87,929.36 and for the
year ending September 30, 1888, $90,091.92.
The following estimates of the earnings
and expenditures of the road is based on a
statement of its officers:
Annual income $160,000
Operating expenses, 60 per cent $96,000
Taxes ... .................................. 5 500
Interest on first mortgage bonds $300,000 at 7
per cent r 21,000
Interest on $75,000 cash loan 4,500
Renewals and contingencies 5,000
That is, after paying all the ordinary ex
penses which have hitherto been paid by the
road, add thereto the interest on the guaran
teed bonds and the interest on the $50,000
(both of which items have hitherto been paid
by the city), and also add $5,000 for contin
gencies and renewals and there still remains
a. surplus of $12,500 per annum to apply to
the liquidation of the $75,000 indebtedness
and to provide for a sinking fund for the
payment of the guaranteed bonds.
The first mortgage bonds, $300,000 at seven per
cent., become due in 18S8. These bonds can doubt
less be renewed at a much lower rate of interest as
they are now a good security, thus diminishing the
fixed charges and increasing the net surplus.
In view of the above statement and the desirabil
ity of insuring the citv's future control of the road.
your board deems it unwise to accept the proposition
maae oy tne omcers or tne road, out in lieu tnereor
recommends the adoption of the following proposi
tion as looking to a more acceptable and equitable
Court op Common Council, )
City of New Haven. J
Ordered That a settlement of the indebt
edness of the Derby Railroad company to the
city of New Haven be made upon substan
tially the following basis:
First That the city accept from said rojjd
fifteen hundred shares of the stock of said
railroad company of the par value of $100
per share in liquidation of the indebtedness
which has arisen from part payment by
the city of the interest on the guaranteed
bonds of the road.
Second That the Railroad company shall
hereafter pay the coupons on said guaranteed
bonds as they fall due and also the interest
on the $75,000 loan.
Third That the road shall pay to the city
not less than five thousand dollars per annum
toward the liquidation of the $75,000 loan
consisting of the following notes:
First The tnote given by the road to the
city tor SoO.UOU dated July 1, 1874.
Second The note of $25,000 given by the
city to William itch, trustee, dated b ebru
ary 1, 1874.
Fourth That anv surplus of the net earn
ings of the road after the above payments be
placed in a sinking fund for the payment of
Fifth That the road shall not apply to
the legislature for the right to create or is
sue additional stock or other securities with
out consent of the Court of Common Council
of the city of New Haven, nor shall it sell or
lease the property and franchises of said
road without the consent of said Common
Sixth That, if necessary, the mayor and
corporation counsel be a committee on be
half of the city to obtain the necessary au
thority from the legislature to carry out with
all proper and necessary details the above
Appended to the report is an
exhibit showing in detail the disbursement of
the cash loan of $75,000 made by the city to
the road authorized by the act of the legisla
ture July 21, 1871, which is embodied in sub
stance in the general report.
The Republican Battalion Parades
- To-Nlght Society Matters.
Lee '88 lectured in Providence one evening
Vinton '87 has arrived in New Haven and
will rejoin his class.
Bigelow, who was for two years a member
of '85, is at the Michigan university at Ann
The Republican battalion will be in the
procession to-morrow, evening for the first
The freshmen everywhere seem to be strong
this year. They got the cane away from the
sophomores at Cornell on Saturday.
Wesleyan has decidejl to change her col
lege color from lavender to cardinal and
The college this, year are expecting much
from '88, the base ball game resulted so well
If only the football team, which has been
laid up with a sprained ankle, could be as
successful we could count on sure success for
the freshmen this year as regards the usual
games with Harvard.
Astronomy this year seems to have been
started on the right principle, as the juniors
have already commenced observations
through the telescope, though thus far the
sun with his spots has been the only object
of observation. Much practical knowledge
can be gained in this way, and we congratu
late '86 on the prospect of the use of the tele
scope which '85 so much missed. .
Mr. Nichols, who formerly was a member
of '84 and well known to the college on ac
count of his literary attainments, has re
turned to college in the class of '86.
Gamma Nu seems to have a very brilliant
year in store for its members. The initia
tion sports were unutually lively and the in
terest of the newly made members from '88
is bound to make the society more of a success
than '87 did last year if this is possible.
It has been decided by the lacrosse man
agement that there will be no tournament
this fall as in previous years. However,
there will be class games announced as soon
as the class championship in base ball is
THE COURT RECORD.
October 6 David Bowen, fornication with Carrie
Searles, $7 fine, $5.07 costs; Carrie Searles, fornica
tion with David Bowen, $7 line, $5.07 costs; Michael
Cretona, lascivious carriage with Bessie McCann, $7
fine, $8.18 costs; Bessie McCann, lascivious carriage
withMichael Cretona, $7 fine, $8.18; Jeremiah Sul
livan, breach of the peace against Stephen Sullivan,
nolled; Charles Ostrander, drunk, judgment sus
pended; same, resisting Officer Ahern, nolled on
navment of costs: Augusta Haus. theft from
Leopold Serge, bound over to the Superior
court: A nine iiansom, arunjc ana lascivi
ous carriage, continued to October 7; Thomas Sut
ter, lascivious carriage, to October 7, and drunk, to
October 7; William Wagner, breach of the peace
against Moses Prince, $5 fine, $7.67 costs; Eliza Ca
sey, drunk, judgment suspended, and abusing Offi
cer Cowles, $10 fine, $6.18 costs; Dennis Casey,
breach of the peace, judoment suspended, and
abusing Officer Cowles, $10 fine, $6.18 costs: Joseph
Boess, breach of the peace against Michael Lanigan,
discharged; Charles T. Hall, indecent exposure, to
October 11 ; Edward Mooney, breach of the peace
against Amos McDonald, $7 one and $5.89 costs, and
drunk, judgment suspended; Richard 'Pow
ers, begging, $5.89 costs and 80 days in
jail; James Kiley, breach of the paace
against Ludwig Somers, to Oct. 7; Ludwig Som
ers, breach of the peace against James Kiley, bond
$75 called and forfeited; Catherine Sweeney, breach
. i ii ... 7i ... s-tiu. on. -ua-
OI me peace ag?UUl' I'l J cxuoou, w vi. i w, mm J
PearsaU, breach of the peace against Catherine
Sweeney, to Oct. 20; James Quigley, breach of the
peace, $7 fine, $6.18 costs; Thomas Flynn, breach
of the peace, $7 fine, $6.18 costs; Amos McDonald,
breach of the peace against Edward Mooney, $7
fine, $5.39 costs ana drunk judgment suspended.
" The case of Richard Connor against Peter Madden
was on trial in the civil side of the City court yes
terday afternoon. It is an actien to recover about
$100 for building materials.
The participants in the "Hell Kitchen" tight Sat
urday, Dennis Casey, Mrs. Casey and William Wag.
ner, were fined in the City court.
Death of Horace P. Dibble Fu neral
In this City.
: Mr. Horace P. Dibble, mention of whose
critical illness at his home in New York city
was made yesterday, died at an early hour
yesterday morniag of cancer in the stomach.
Deceased was a well known and highly
esteemed former resident of this city, a
brother of Dr. Frederick L. Dibble and the
late Charles Dibble of this city. For many
years he was employed by C. Cowles & Co.,
and was afterwards with W. H. Bradley, the
carriage maker.- He left New Haven about
ten years ago io resume a . responsible posi
tion with the Florence . Machine company at
their headquarters in Massachusetts.
From there he went to New York, where
for eight years he has occupied the position
of financial manager for the Remington Fire
arms company. He was, while
here, a prominent member of
the First M. E. church in this city,
active in the Sunday school and the church.
He was an amateur elocutionist of considera
ble merit and gave readings on many occa
sions here in aid of cnurcn or benevolent
purposes in this city and vicinity. He was
also a -prominent Freemason. His death
will be muchregretted by a very large circle
of old friends in this city and other places
where he has made his home. Deceased
leaves a widow, a cousin of Wilbur F. Day,
and three sons.- The funeral services will be
held at Dr. Dibble's residence, No. 121 Elm
street, this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Service
by Rev. Dr. Goodsell of the First Methodist
church. The interment will be in the Grove
A friend writes of deceased: He was a
warm-hearted, high-minded, truthful, just
and generous man. He never quite knew
how to drop his friends when they fell into
adversity, but stuck to them with singular
fidelity through evil and through good re
port, even if it cost money. He died poor,
but always kept his honor bright.
"Large was his bounty and his soul sincere."
He possessed a quick intellect, loved
books history and poetry and music and
the drama had many charms for him. He
bore a protracted and excessively painful
sickness with rare fortitude and received the
announcement that he was soon to die like a
man of sense and a Christian.- Inded, this
religion from his earliest youth had beenr a
source of comfort, and peace to his mind, and
though perhaps his theological views had
changed somewhat, he passed away in the
triumphant belief that through (jurist
"There is no death! What seems so is transition.
Sons of Veterans.
At the meeting of Nathan Hale camp No.
1 this evening the work of the order will be
exemplified for the benefit of visiting broth
ers of Camp No. 8, of Waterbury, which
was organized a short time since. - It is ex
pected that there will be a large and interest
The Autotype Exhibition.
The art rooms at Cutler's were crowded
yesterday with ladies and gentlemen admir
ing the famous picture of the Sixtine Ma
donna by Raphael. According to the best
authorities, it is considered-one of the finest
copies ever made of this" greatest work of
art. Let no one interested in art miss the
opportunity to call at once to see this superb
copy, as the same with the entire collection
will be removed to-morrow, Wednesday.
Sir mioses Monteflore.
October 26 has been decided upon by the
Hebrew organizations of this oity as the date
of the celebration of the 100th anniversary
of the birthdav of Sir Moses Montefiore, and
Carll's Opera House as the place. The follow
ing committee has been selected from various
Hebrew organizations as the committee of ar
rangements: Simon Conn and G.. Gabriel of
New Haven-lodge, Brith Abraham; S. Bonoff
and I. Velogshiner of New Haven lodge, Sons
of Benjamin; Meyer SchwedandLTJllrpan, jr.,
of K. O. J.; Louis Weil and M. Lesserman of
the Adelphi Literary society; Isaac Ull
man, sr., and Simon Simons of the Con
gregation Benai Scholum; Philip Winter and
L. H. Freedman, of Free Sons - of Israel; S.
Calm and August Weil, of the Moses Men
delsohn lodge, K. S. B. ; Isaac Eoch and- A.
Aal, of Horeb lodge, I. O. B. B.; M. J.
Fisher and E. Newmark, of Adolph Cremieux
Sons of Benjamin lodge, and E. Wittstein
and J. Steinberg, of Brith Jacob lodge.
Death of a Ton ng Priest.
The death of the Eev. Hugh E. Dinnen oc
curred yesterday morning about 5 o'clock at
the residence of his parents, Hugh and Wini
fred Dinnen, 310 Congress avenue. ' Con
sumption was the cause of his death. De.
ceased was well known in New Haven, where
his boyhood was spent. He studied in St.
Charles' college, Baltimore, St. Bonaven
ture's college, Alleghany, N. Y., and was or-
'dained priest in Buffalo, June 11th last. Last
July he was appointed assistant pastor ot bt.
Mary's church. Birmingham. His health be
gan to fail after he had been there about six
weeks and he returned home for rest. He
was 24 years old. He was a young man of
great promise, a close student and remarka
bly zealous in his work. Funeral services
will be held Wednesday morning from the
Church of the Saored Heart. Nearly all the
priests of the diocese will attend.
At the Democratic caucus held at Linsley's Hall
on Saturday evening N. W. Brown was nominated
for town clerk and L. W; Mansfield and F. Jacobs
A life-size portrait of S. L. Bradley suitably fram
ed has been presented to the Bradley Library asso
I, L. Stiles lost a valuable horse last evening. The
animal had been driven from here to Wallingf ord
and New Haven yesterday and at night was taken
sick and died in a shortime.
Franklin Brockett, of the seventh district, was
taken ill while at work a few days since and was
obliged to call three doctors before relief could be
ODtainea. ne is now in quite a critical condition.
An auction of fanning utensils, household furni
ture, etc., will take place at the late residence of
Henry r. bowler on inursday, uctoDery. v. is.
Sanf ord. of New Haven, is to be the auctioneer.
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, who have been spending
a few days in town, expect to leave for their home
at Ellenville, New York, on Wednesday.
The ladies' guild of St. John's parish will meet on
Thursday afternoon of this week at the house of
Kuius Thorpe. Oct. 0.
C. Morgan is home for a few days, but soon starts
West on another trip.
Peter Christenson was attacked on Friday evening
by a large dog belonging to Charles Hall and was
tnrown aown. n is arm was oroKen oy tne tun.
A Cleveland and Hendricks club has been organ
ized in this town.
Quite a number of bicyclists Went to New Haven
for a ride on Sunday and rode about 40 miles before
Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co. are now running a"
part of their works evenings so as to keep up with
The Ladies' Library association hold their annual
meeting Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at their
rooms in Wallace block.
Mr. Arthur Le Baron and wife, of Waltharo,
Mass., spent Sunday at the Wooster House.
The selectmen have decided that all parties shall
have the use of the Town Hall for political meet
ings on the same terms.
There will be a Butler meeting-in Town Hall on
Fridayvening, the 10th. A. P. Tanner, of New
London, and Thomas F. Myers, of Collinsville , will
address the meeting.
The selectmen met on SAturrlnv n a hoard nf re
lief on the school assessment. The amount of $900
was taKen irom . (j. uartnoiomew's list and
Filaced to Woodley & Powden, and $1,000 was taken
rora the list of D. E. Morris and added to that of
F. A. Wallace.
Mr. F. X. SchoDnmaker. of New York, will ad
dress the Republicans in Town Hall on Thursday
evening, October 9th.
. Frank Evans is slowly improving.
Preston & Bearce open a writing school in the
High school building this week.
Rev. Qt T. Call is expected home on Thursday.
F. H. morse spent Monday in town. Oct. 6.
James Graham Plumed Knights.
Members of this command are hereby notified to
appear-at their headquarters this (Tuesday) evening
at quarter past seven o'clock sharp, in full uniform,
white eloves; for parade. Honorary members are
respectfully invited to parade- with us in citizen's
.vv.il. urown, captain,
'John Savage, First Sergeant.
The Republicans of Woodbridge will meet in the
basement of the Congregational church on Welnes
day evening at 7:30 o'clock to elect delegates to the
congressional and probate conventions.
Per order, R. C. Newton.
A special meeting of the Fourth ward Irish-American
Blaine and Logan club will be held on Thurs
day evening, October 9th, at 7:30 sharp.
Thomas J. Molloy, Secretary.
General George H. Ford Commandery.
All members of this commandery are ordered to
meet at Frisbie & Hart's store this fTiiesriav even
ing at 7 o'clock for drill. All young men wishing to
J iHnmu, as mil, vv in i m in,, last CBtmce.
W. K. Mix, Captain.
Regular drill of the Zoos at the wigwam this
(Tuesday) evening. Full attendance desired. A few
more uniforms on hand. Per order,
Tonne men's Republican Club.
The regular meeting of the Young Men's Republi
can club will be held this evening at 8 jo 'clock at
their headquarters, Brewster building, corner of
State and Chapel streets. Every member is re-
Suested to be present. Per order,
I. F. Guter, President, W. L. Augub, Secretary.
Town Congressional Convention.
The delegates elected to a Republican town con
vention to elect delegates to a congressional conven
tion are requested to meet at Republican headquar
ters. No. 48 Church street, on Tuesday evening, Oc
tober 7, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of electing
delegates to the Second district congressional con
vention to be held at Middletown, Conn.. October 9,
1884. . Lucres P. Dehtko,
Chairman Republican Town Committee.
Second District Congressional Conven
tion. The towns comprising the Second congressional
district are notified to send the usual number of
delegates to a Republican convention to be held at
McDonoueh Hall, Middletown, on Thursday, Octo
ber 9, at 12 o'clock noon for the purpose of nominat
ing a candidate for Congress from the Second con
gressional district. -
. Baktlett Bent,
D. B. Hamiltok,
C. A. Baldwin,
1 New Voters.
All Blaine and Logan supporters who expect to
vote in wewnavwi uun " " ..,..,1
see mat an application to be made an elector is at
once made out for them and signed by an elector
and given to the registrar of the ward. Such an ap
plication can be made at the Republican headquar
ters during any day or evening except Sunday.
Sir James Paget, President British Medical
association, says that 70,000 deaths are an
nually caused bv nervous diseases in Eng
land, and that there is no more powerful and
effectual nervous tonic than Liebig Cb.'s
Coca Beef Tonic, is evidenced by the em
hatio testimony' of the most eminent physi
cians. For malaria, debility, sick headache,
njoptrpeia , inonuuy Buttering and uuious
ness it is incomparable. o7eod3td<w
Ladles In America
long before they reach middle age frequently find
themselves suffering from some of the ctmiplainte
and weaknesses peculiar to their sex. For all such
Kidney-Wort is a great boon. It induces a healthy
action of the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses
the system, and strengthens an d gives new life to
all the important organs of the body. It is nature's
great assistant in establishing and sustaining health.
Sold by all druggists.
(T- Perf ection. The Scarlet, Cardinal Red,
Old Gold. Navy Blue, Seal Brown, Diamond Dyes
give perfect results. Any fashionable color, 10c.,
at druggists'. Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington.
Vt Oct. 6 eod 3t & wit
Durkee's Salad Dressing and Cold Meat Sauce for
all kinds of salads, fish, vegetables and cold meats.
uKaiK:r aw m.it-r tnan nome-maac nuw
equal to it was ever offered.
, Oct.6 eod 3t.
"It has more than realized my expecta
tions,'-' says Professor Duncan Campbell, M.
D., LL. D., President Royal College Physi
cians and Surgeons, Member General Coun
cil University of Edinburgh, etc., of the
Liebig Co.'s Coca Beef Tonic. Invaluable
for debility, weak lungs, billiousness, dys
pepsia, malaria, liver complaint, sick head
Scott's Emulsion of Pure
Cod Liver Oil, with Hypophosphltes,
For Wasting Children.
Dr. S. W. Cohen, of Waco, Texas, says:
"I have nsed your- Emulsion in Infantile
wasting, with good results. It not only re
stores wasted tissues, but gives strength, and
I heartily recommend it for diseases attended
by atrophy." oet7 eod &w 3t.
To Remove Freckles,
moth patches, black worms, pimples, and
eradicate all spots or discolorations either
within or upon the skin, use Pearl's White
Glycerine, the great complexion beautvfier;
for sale by all druggists.
Don't fail to attend the grand fall opening
at isoiton ot iNeeiy s on xnursaay, October a.
The friends thou hast and their adoption tried.
Grapple them to thy soul with hoops of steel."
The man who uses Lewis' Red Jacket Bit
ters once for malaria, or liver or kidney trou
ble, will not look tor other medicine should
he be again attacked. Ask your druggist for
a pamphlet and see what prominent doctors
Don't fail to attend the grand fall opening
at soiton JNeeiy s on Thursday, October 9.
oc6 2t . .
Don't fail to attend the grand fall opening
at Bolton ct JNeeiy s on Thursday, October 9,
Don't fail to attend the grand fall opening
at Bolton & JNeely's on Thursday, October 9,
oc6 2t -
Don't fail to attend the grand fall opening
at Uolton 3E JNeely's on Thursday, October 9.
oc6 2t .
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
x orsr, paying per cent, yearly.
Cores Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness, Ooap,AsthmB,
Bronchitis, Whooping Courch, Incipient Consramp-
liun, lum reucves uuiaisli-llijjvi vj
persons in advanced stages of
the disease. Price 25 eta. Cau
tion. The Genuine Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup is sold only In
white ttrrajypers, and boars our
mnsxeron i rane-siarKH to wie i
W A BuWs Head in a Circle, a Red-
RMn Caution- Yxibel. and the
Sfac-Bimilo siffnatures of John W. I
SaSralaS' Bull Sb A.C. Meyer & Co., Sole
" Prop's, Baltimore, Md,, U.S.A. I
Chew Lanee's Pln The creat Tobacco An
tldote! Price IO :ts. Sold by all Druggists.
CHARLES S. HAMILTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Liaw.
YALE BANK BUILDING,
CORNER CHAPEL AND STATE STS,
Notary Public. New Haven, Conn.
E. P. AltVINE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Rooms 9 and 11, 69 Cnurcn St.
ELECTRICITY IS LIFE.
Why will people cling to the absurbidea that they
must take medicine? Electricity will reach where
mediciue has failed, as 15 years1 experience has
provea. ir you aretrouoiea wicn catarrn, or jNeurai
pia, or Rheumatism, Throat or Lnng Troubles, Gen
eral Debility, Headache, Kidney 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,
IV o 4 Clinrch Street.
ocl3 WOOD'S BLOCK.
NOS. 160, 162 CROWN ST.
Fine Assortment of Fancy and Staple
FLOUR! FLOUR !
At reduced prices.
Old Government Java Coffee 25c per lb.
Fine Butter 25c per lb, 4 1-2 lbs $1.
Splendid Cream Cheese 15c per lb--3
boxes sardines 25c.
' 3-lb cans broiled Mackerel 45c.
3-lb cans Brook Trout 45c.
Large assortment of Canned Meats.
Great variety of fruits received every day.
FINE WINES, CLARETS, SHERRIES AND BRAN
Call and see us. Goods delivered to any part of the
Nok. 160 and 162 Crown Street
GOODMAN'S BUILDING, FOUR DOORS FROM
CHURCH STREET, NEAR GRAND OP
" ERA HOUSE.'
au!3 Union Copy.
TRUNKS,; TRUNKS, TRUNKS,
BAGS ! BAGS ! BAGS !
A complete stock of Tourists'
Articles. The only exclusive trunk
store in tne city. 'Trunks, Bags
and Sample Cases made to order.
Repairing a specialty. Old trunks
taken in exchange. Good Goods
at Low prices at
CROFUT & CO.'S,
210 Olaapol Streot
BELOW THK BRIDGE.
A FRIEND IN NEED.
Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet
of Connecticut, the frreat natural Bone-Setter. Has
been used for more than fifty years and is the best
known remedy for Rheumatism, Neurahria, Sprains,
Bruises. Burns, Cuts, Wounds, and all external in
juries. DODD'S NERVINE AND INVIGORATOR.
Standard and reliable, and never fails to comfort
the aged and help everybody who uses it.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS TRY IT.
Go to S. S. Adams for Bar
gains in Groceries.
My 28c Coffee is of excellent quality and guaran
teed strictly pure Old Government Java. The
same article that you pay 85e for elsewhere.
I still assert that I am selling the best Tea for 50c
lb to be found in the city.
Butter and Eggs a specialty.
Mason's Improved Fruit Jars f 1.15 per dozen
S lbs best Carolina Rice 85c. .
3 quarts White Beans 25c.
I sell strictly for cash. .
S. S. ADAMS,
745 Grxrctxi.c3. Street.
A Steadily Advancing market Throogr
Nkw York, Oct. 6.
' The stock market this morning opened at the usu
al hour, 10 o'clock, instead of the summer Monday
morning hour of M o'clock, and from the opening
prices advanced almost steadily until noon, at which
hour nearly the whole list had recorded improve
ments ranging from J4 to 1 per cent. There was a
considerable increase in the volume of business, but
the buying was more for the account of supporting
orders placed in the market by specially interested
parties than for legitimate investment. During the
afternoon the market was less active, but the line
remained firm, the bulls retaining control until the
close of business, when, prices were at the best of
the day. The advance for the list as compared
with Saturday's closed from J4 to 2 per cent. The
specialties were dull. Sales 354,200 shares.
Money closed at 1J4 per cent.
Exchange closed firm and higher. Posted rates
4.834.85; actual rates 4.884.82Ji for sixty days,
and 4.824.84J4 for demand.
Closing prices reported over the private wires of
jUJNArLL & bUKABIUil. Bankers ana n rotters.
American Bell Tel 185
Alton and Terra Haute
Alton and Terre Haute ofd
American District Telegraph.. .
Boston iK n. . Air une piu
Burlington and Quincy
C. C. C. and I
Central Pacific. .
Chicago and Alton
Col., Chic & Ind. Central
Chesapeake and Ohio
Chesapeake and Ohio, 1st pf d. . .
Chesapeake and Ohio. 2d pfd. . .
Del.;Lack. and Western 10SJ
uei..ana iiuason uanai. . .
Denver and Rio Grande. .
Erie Seconds. -
Erie and Western
East Tenn., Va. & Ga
" " " pfd
Express Adams ,
United States. . .
Houston &;Texas. ......
Ind., Bloom. & West..'...
Illinois Central... i ,
Kansas & Texas
Louisville & Nashville
Mil., Lake Shore & W
"- " " " " Pfd..
Mutual Union Tel
Memphis and Charleston
M. and St. Louis
M. and St. Louis pfd
U1UUUC (llJll IllJ . ...... .......
Missouri Pacific 94
Morris and Essex 123
Nashville and Chattanooga 37i
New Jersey Central 505
New York Central
New York & New Enir i. 12
New York. New Haven & Hartfordl77
New York Elevated
N. Y., Chicago & St. Louis
N" ' " pfd
New CentralJCoal 5
Northern Pacific 20J
Northern Pacific pfd 45
Northwest pfd 128
Norfolk and West pfd 20
Oil Certificates 73J4
Ohio Central ;. 2J4
Ohio and Mississippi.... 1956
Omaha pfd V3
Ontario and; Western
Oregon' Transcontinental ".. 144
Pacific Mail 53U
Peoria, D. and Evansville .- 15
Richmond and Danville 35
Richmond."and West Point 17
Rock Island 116
Rochester and Pitts 4
St. Paul 81
St. Paul pfd 105M
St. Paul and Duluth
St. Paul and Duluth pfd.
St. Paul, M. and M
Western Union Tel
United Pipe Line Ctfs., . .
6s 81, contimied
5s continued -
4Us, '91, reg 112112
4Js, '91, coup 112Hall29
4s, 1907, reg 119al20H
4s, 1907, coup 109al20)
ws v iw a
Currency 6s, '95 126 bid
Currency 6s, '96 127
Currency 6s, '97 129
Currency 6s, "9S 131
Currency 6s,'99 133
Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows:
' Grants '. ilOTijalOS'
Centrals 12 al 12!
Closing quotations Reported over Private Wires
to Edwin Howe & Co., Commission Mer
chants, 403 New York Produce Exchange, New
The following shows the quotations at 2:80 p. m
(Chicago time) for the past three days:
I October .... 79W
Wheats November .. 80M
( May 88-
( October 58)4
Corn- November. . . 50
( October 20
Oats -November... 26)4
( May 292
. Oct. 4.
November . . .
Wheat, 256 cars; corn.230cars; oats, 164 cars; hogs.
BUNNELL & SCRANl'jON,
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Give tlieir personal attention to
loans bearing V and 8 per cent,
on Western farms.
POOR, WHITE & GREEN0UGH,
45 Wall Street, Kew York,
Brokers and dealers in railway and all other securi
ties. railway investments
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 and interest allowed. s27 tf
STOCKS AND BONDS FOR SALE
$10,000 N. Y-, N. H. and Hartford 1st mort. 4s.
' $10,000 N. H. & Northampton R. R. 5s and 6s.
. $5,000 Cincinnati, Ind., St. L. and Chicago 6s.
100 shares Diamond Match Co.
100 shares Goodyear Rubber Glove Co.
100 shares Wilson Manufacturing Co.
75 shares Branf ord Lock Works.
Small lots of Yale, Merchants', County Banks,
Home and First National Banks of MerideD, N. Y.,
N. H. & H. R. lv.
W. T. HATCH &S0NS,
Michigan Central It. K. Co.,
First Hiortgage Rfaiii Line 5 per
Due May 1, 1903. 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.
vv e oner a lumtea amount tor sale and recom
mend them as a first class investment.
VERMILYE & CO.,
Nos. 1G and 18 Nassau St.,
.v . v x r n. ji a m .
TO BE SOLD
For the Next Thirty Days,
EACH AT 95 CENTS.
GOODYEAR RUBBER STORE,
73 Church Street,
s . Opposite the Postofflce.
P. O. TUTTIiE, .
CAN BE REMOVED
London, Perfumere to Her Majesty the Queen, have
invented ana paten tea tne woria-renqwnea
Which removes Smallnox Marks of however lone
standing. The application is simple and harmless,
causes no Inconvenience and contains nothing inju
rious Send for 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.,
819 A TBEMONT STREET. BOSTON, MASS.
Hair restorative In tho world is Haix.'s
Hair Eenkwer. It cures all diseases of
the scalp, and stimulates the hair glands
to healthful action. It stops the falling "of
the hair; prevents its turninsrgray: cures
baldness, and restores youthful color and
freshness of appearance to heads already
white with age. The following are a few
Illustrations of what is done by
jgrg- Mas. HtmsBEBBT, 844 Franklin Avt.,
Brooklyn, IT. Y., after a severe attack of Ery
sipelas in the head, found her hair already
gray falling off so rapidly that she soon became
quite bald. One bottle of Hall's Hub Re.
- kewer brought it back aa soft, brown -and
thick as when she was a girl.
grg- Mb. Kr.si.rNO, an old farmer, near War
saw, Ind., had scarcely any hair left, and what
littlo there was of it had become nearly white.
One bottle of Hall's Hair Ekkeweb stopped
its falling onti and gave him a thick, luxuriant .
head of hair, as brown and frefeh aa he ever had.
03- Mbs. A. T. Wall, Greenflttd, Cheshire,
Eng., writes : "I have found the greatest ben
efit from tho use of Hall's Hair Kenewer, it
having restored my hair, which was rapily fall
ing off, and returned its original color."
JT3- Db. Emil Setp, Detroit, ilich., certifies
that "Hall's Hair Re newer is excellent for
hair growing, and gives back the natural color
to faded and gray hair."
JO- Mbs. 8. B. Elltott, Gtenvtlle, W. Fa,
says : "One bottle of Hall's Hair Rgnewer
rcBtored my Hair to its natural, youthful color."
No Injurious substances enter into the
composition of Hall's Hair Eeneweb,
and it is not a dye. Its vegetable ingre
dients render it in the highest degree bene
ficial to the scalp as a preventive of dis
ease. Its effects are natural and lusting,
and it does not make the hair dry uml .
brashy, like the so-called restoratives com
pounded with alcohol.
Is, in four respects, superior to all others.
1st It will produce a rich, natural
color, brown or black, as desired.
2d The color so produced is permanent,
cannot be washed off, and will not soil any
thing with which it comes in contact.
3d It is a single preparation, and more
convenient of application than any other
' hair or whisker dye.
4th It contains no deleterious ingre
dients, as do many preparations offered
for like use.
B. P. HAIXi & CO., Nashua, N. H.
Sold by all dealers in medicines.
IS WARRANTED to cure all cases of ma
larial disease, such 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 ar authorized,- by our circular of
July let, 1882, to refund the money.
Dr. J. C. Ay er& Co. .Lowell, Mass.
Sold by All Druggists.
1L IBTES M I
ELECTRO-VOLTAIC BtXT and other Electric
Appliances jira sent on 30 Days' Trial TO
KEN ONLY, YOUNG OK OLD, who are suffer
ing from Nervous Debility, Lost Vitautv,
WASTisa Weaknesses, and all those diseases oC a
Pehso-nal JSATUii-E, resulting irom Abusf.s and
Other Causes. Speedy relief and complete
restoration to Health, Viooe ond Manhood
Guaranteed. Send at once . for Illustrated
Pamphlet free. Address
VOLTAIC BFTr CO., BTprshnll, Mich.
GOLD MEDAL, PAEIS, 187b.
Warranted absolutely pure
Cocoa, from which tho excess of
Oil has been removed. It has three
times the strength of Cocoa mixed
with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugtlr,
and is therefore far more economi
cal. It is delicious, nourishing
strengthening, easily digested, and
admirably adapted for invalids as
well as for persons in health.
Sold by Grocers ererywhere
tf. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, lass.
TO CASH BUYERS.
50 bushels fine large King Apples at 25opeeb, 90c
50 baskets native Tomatoes (ripe) only 40c basket.
If you nave not made your Catsup now is your time
50 baskets Sweet Potatoes only 20c basket peach
Splendid Seckel Pears at Sl-25 per basket. Louise
Bonne Pears", fine eating, at 8c quart, $1.25 basket.
Splendid Concord Grapes at 7c lb. Large Delaware
Sweets at 30c peck. White Egg Turnips at 50c per
bushel. Native Limas 30c peck. Fine Sweet Corn
15c dozen. Green Peppers 30c peck. Yellow Onions
New Self-Raising Buckwheat, 3 and 6 lb packages.
A fine Golden Drip Syrup at 45c gallon.
The best Ponce Molasses only 50c gallon.
A car of fine Rose and Burbank Potatoes we are
unloading to-day. Price low.
Don't fail to try a package of Cereal Flakes. Just
the thing for an early breakfast, 13c package. Also
our Shredded Oats, cook in ten minutes, 15c package
. New dried Peache3, very nice quality, at 13c lb -3
lbs for 25c.
New Smoked Halibut and Salt Sword fish. Price
Hubbard Squash, for table use, 3c lb.
Try our Canned Table Peaches at lc can. They
will please you.
Remember, we sell more Flour than any retail
store in the State ! and why ? Because we Sell at
the smallest profit (.for cash) and keep the best
grades. Every barrel warranted.
NOTICE. Commencing October 1 we shall
close our store at 8 p. mM Mondays and Saturdays
D. M. WELCH & SON.
Nos. 28 and 30 Congress Avenue.
CALL ON US
FRESH SUPPLIES DAILY.
Prime Besf a Specialty.
L. C. PFAFF & SON
7 and 9 Clinrch Street.
New Seedless Raisins.
"VTEW Syrup, New White Beans, New Smoked
J3I Halibut, Graham Wafers, Graham Bullets,
Preserved Ginger in syrup, Green Ginger, Mixed
mi- picKiiiig, vrt-een peppers, lor sale Dy
I. S. COOPER,
S27 38 STATE STBKET.
- Steam ' Heater.
The most perfect Heater ever built.
Seir-RegnlatlnK, Scientific Construc
tion. Can be applied to all buildings, large 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 manufacturers and
dealers in Engineers', Steam, Gas and Plumbers'
&.inrliM3 WivMitrhl-. nn.l n. lWn r: 1
Rubber and Cotton Hose and Packing a specialty
Send for Circular. or j
J. F. GILBERT & CO.,
-atVO State Street:
A Complete Assortment always
WE OFFER TO-DAY
And a complete stock of Meat,
Vegetables and Fruit.
FRISBIE & HART,
350 and 352 State St.
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,
844 ST-A.TE ST.,
Yale Bank Building.
They sell at low prices
AT DAWSON'S, .
And Give A Good Article.
COFFEES ROASTED DAILY.
Kew Haven & Northampton It. It,
ON AND AFTER SEPT. 29, 1884, TRAINS WILL
LEAVE NEW HAVEN at 7:15 a. m., 10:25 a. m.nd
4:10p. m. for New Hartford, Westneld, Holyoke,
Williamsbure. Turner's Falls and North Adams.
At 6:25 p. m. Accommodation Train for New Hart
ford and Williamsburgh.
Trains will arrive from williamsburgh and all in
termediate points at 9:17 a. m., and from North
Adams, Turner's Falls, and all points between, at
11:52 a. m., 5:00 p. m. and 8:28 p. m.
For particulars see small time tables at all sta
tions; S. B. OPDYKE, Jr.. Supt.
New Haven and Derby Railroad.
Train Arrangement commencing July 16, 1S84.
LEAVE NEW HAVEN
At 7:00 and 9:50 a. m., 8:00, 5:45, 6:20 p. m. Satur
days at 11:00 p. m.
At 6:S5, 9:05 and 11:40 a. m., 3:25 and 7:81 p. m.
Connections are made at Ansonia with passenger
trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Haven
with the principal trains of ther roads centering
there. E. S. QUINT ARD, Sup't.
New Haven, July 16. 1884.
Philadelphia and Reading R. It.,
(BOUND BROOK ROUTE.)
FOR TRENTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
Station in New York, foot of Liberty Street, North
COMMENCING JUNE 23, 18M.
Leave New York for Trenton and Philadelphia
4:00,7:45,9:30,11:15 a.m., 1:80, 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 n. m. Sundavs 8:30 a m s-an twin m
Leave 3d and Berks sts. 5:10, 8:20, 9:00,'l0:30 a. m..
l, u.uv. ui. uuiiuuj 3 o;iiJ. ILL, 4:ou p. III.
Leave Trenton, Warren and Tucker streets, 1:25,
6:80, 8:03, 9:00. 10:08, 11:35 a. m., 1:54. 4:22, 6:24, 7:26
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. Agt,
J. E. WOOTTEN, en. Manager.
COMMENCING SEPT., 29, 1884.
Trains Leave New Haven via X V N". TT Av TT
R. R. at 9:30 a. m. and 4:07 p. m., connecting at
UllUfiCJUim-I 1 UU1I1CLU tuiu lUlCllIlCUlBW BU1UUU11,
Aioany via state Line ana Saratoga.
H. D. AYERILL. General Ticket Agent.
W. H. YEOMANS, Superintendent.
' General Offices, Bridgeport, Conn.
IF YOU ARE GOING
WEST -Oil SOUTH
TRAVEL BY THE
The Best Railroad in the World.
. 4 DAILY EYPRESS TRAINS TO THE WEST.
Apply for tickets and 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 N H. & D. R. R., connecting with
this road at
7:00 a. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger
train for Waterbury, Litchfield and Win
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. m., through car, 10:50 a. m., 2:44 p. m.,
through car, 6:45 p. m.
GEORGE W. BEACH Supt.
Bridgeport, July 17, 1884.
New York, New Haven & Hart
ford R. R., Sept. 29, I SS I.
TRAINS LEAVE NEW HAVEN AS FOLLOWS :
FOR NBV YORK 3.58, 4:18, 4:28, 5:15, 6;30, 7:30
8:10, 8:30, :30, 10:40, 12:00 noon, (1 :00 p. m.,
way train to Stamford), 1:80, 2:30. 3:50(4:07
way to Stamford, thence Ex. to New York),
5:07, 5:42, , 7:15 milk train with pass, ac
commodation stops at all stations except Glen
brook, Sound Beach, Cos Cob, Harrison, Larch
mont and Pelhamville. (8:00 way to Bridgeport),
8:38,. p m., 9:05t Sundays, 3:58, 4:18, 8:00
a. m 5:00, 7:15. 8:88 p. m.
WASHINGTON NIGHT EXPRESS VIA HARLEM
RIVER Leaves at 11:50 p. m. daily, stops at
Milford, Bridgeport, South Noi-walk and Stam
ford. FOR BOSTON VIA SPRINGFIELD 1:02 night,
6:52,8-00, 11:05 a. fh., 1:16, 3:12, 6:26 p. m.
Sundavs, 1:02 night, 6:26 p. m.
FOR MONTREAL via Conn. River and C. V. R. R.
11:05, a. m., 6:2fi p. m. daily except Sundav.
FOR BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PROVI
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.
E. R. R. 2:30 a. m. daily.
FOR HARTFORD, SPRINGFIELD AND MERIDEN,
ETC. 12:15 night, 1:02 night (2:30 a. m to
Hartford, 6:52, 8:00, 10:25, 11:05 a. m., 12:10
noon, 1:1G, 3:12, 4:50 (5:55 to Hartford), 6:26,
8:12 p. m. Sundays 1:02 Bight, 6:26 p. m.
FOR NEW LONDON, ETC 12:45 night, 7:55
(this train connects with steamboat at New Lon
don for Block Island), 10:25, 10:35 a. m., 3:15,
4:10, 5:05, 6:18 p.m. (9:00p.m. trainto 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. m. Con
nect at Middletown with Conn. Valley R. R-,
and at Willimantic with N. Y. & N. E. and N. L.
& N. R. R., at Turnerville with Colchester
Branch. -Trains arri ve in New Haven at 8:00 a.
m., 1:22, 8:29 p. m.
E. M. REED, Vice President.
THE "ENTIRE WHEAT,"
THE most nutritious and healthful Flour in the
world. Used and endorsed by the leading
physicians of this country- It is the COMING
FLOUR. A boon to dyspeptics and all who work at
sedentary occupations- For sale by
N. YV. XTIERWIIV A: CO.,
Sole Agents, and dealers in Flour, Grain, Meal
17S and 180 State and 1, 3 and 5
George Streets. se!5 3m
DO YOU KNOW
That the Troy Steam Laundry's office and work
are at 80 Center street ? and
Our object is to build up our trade by pleasing
our patrons ? and to do this we must give them bota
good work and careful attention, which we positive
ly do, and that
Connected by telephone, so that you can give
your order and "have your linen called for and re
turned, and we warrant that you will find it
TROY STEAI LADNDEY.
80 CENTER STREET.
A.J. CRAWFORD & CO.,
HALL'S ROSAS, our new 5 CENT CIGAR, espe
cially manufactured for our retail trade.
Guaranteed all Havana filler, and warranted the
best cigar for the money ever sold.
82 EDW. E. HALL & SON.
WINDOW SHADE CO.,
And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Cornices, Cornice Poles, Etc.
By 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.
Hew Haven Window Shade Co.
694 CHAPEL STREET,
BELOW THE BRIDGE.
N. B- Open Monday and Saturday evenings.
;:.AVS SPECIFIC PIEDICINK.
r. s MAHiJ Gbuat En..i.m7!tADE MARK
UKMfcfV. An nnftUliig
?$ -llJTi nts,S7erwi3tJin-hrca, Ira.
pfl dmti'ollow as
of Self-Abuse; as losa of
Menxrv, UniTersal Lov
iitude.i'aln in the Back.
Di nines of Vision ,Pin ma
ture Old Age, and many
other diseases that lead to'
" ' InM. or Coiuonrtioil -lail-
tltW.' TAK!Sa.d" i-"" " AFTER TAR1HB.
hicini nf arlrprtisemerU to refund money, when drorzUU frcor
whom the medicine la bought do hct sxfdnd, bat refer yaa to tht
manufacturer, and the requirement:- jh gach tnat they ire si-l&om, n
sb, complied with. See their written guarantee. A trial of on rln
lie package c '. Gnj'i Specific will convince the most akeptkal of lb
On'cv .T-rt c f count jrfefta, we hava adopted the Yellow Wrapper rtJii
rjgiFnllprtlTulars 'n tmrpampnlet, wlrtrh weJeTeto (end free
mail to everyone. ST The Specific Medicine ie sold by all drnprfit
at jl peT packmie, or Jixprkae for $6, or will beieotfree by mail or-
'- be receipt of the mont-v, y adnreisnie
The Gray Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. T
SOJUD KV RICHARDSON & CO..
tT . tv,r,rv1,!o-h knowledge of the natural laws
which govern the operations of digestion and nutri
tion and by a careful application of the fine proper
ties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided
hroiffncr. tables with a delicately flavored bev
erage which may save us many heavy doctors'1 bills.
It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that
a constitution may be gradually 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 Gazette.
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold in
onlyl-2 lb tins by Grocers, labled thus:
se22tues&wedlv London, England.
ON Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at her
office 101 Orange street, between the hours of
10 and 12 a. m., Dr. Adelaide Lambert will treat the
Door eratuitously. giving special attention to wo
men and children " se25 1m
Nervous Debility SSSSSSSStSSSR
NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT CO-
DAILY LINE FOR NEW YORK.
are 81, Including Berth.
TICKETS FOR THE ROUND TRIP 1.50.
Peck7 wiUIeave- New .tAJ?i iVMn F. J.
days excepted. State rooms m -P- m;' SUI
& Bishop, 702 Chapel street, and a? K lockVs Drue
Store, corner of Chapel and Church street
Steamer CONTINENTAL. Cantain L - .
New Haven at 10:15, Sundays excepted
From New York the C. H. NORTH AM lcv. iwu
Slip at 3 p. m., CONTINENTAL at if o'cko m
nudnfght.3106 SatUrday Ught at o&ock
Sunday Night Boat for New York
The Steamer NEW HAVEN, Captain Walter n
Post, leaves New Haven at 10:30 p. nT State r?om
sold at the Elliot House. Free fiae from nr
ance Building, Chapel street, commencing at 9nm
Tickets sold and Baggage checked through to Vhil
adelphia (both routes), Baltimore and Washington
825 JAMES II. WARD, Ageot.
IT. R. MATT. eTVlucmno
Cabin Passage $B0 to $80. Second Class $35. Steer
. "K. passage (to or from) $15.
From Pier No. 41. N R New Ynrfc
CITY OF ROME sails Oct.' 4fNov l
AUSTRAL sails Sept. 20.
Superb accommodations for all classes of passen
Cabin passage $00 to $100, according to acconnno
dations. Second Class $40, Steerage as above.
For passage, Cabin Plans, Book of Rates, etc., ap
HENDERSON BROTHERS, New York
Or EDWARD DOWNES, 309 Chanei Street
BUNNELL & SCRANTON, iJo Chapllst,
fit ifati u I I 4a t
Rnillno. I l i . i'"-'- Ulltr.L'll.T.
York ak ZZrAi. I, f'0T r- JNortn ver. New
the Atwi2fk the steamships crossing
uje Atlantic. Cabin rates. Sso to Sinn- Kir,..,.
So.-jPf011" rates; outward steerage S17 and ore.
steerage tickets $10. ' Being S3 lower
most other lines." New stearnSfinSrio,-
io JNew York, 6 days, 15 hours and 41 minutes
NEtTS, f do'S' ' -
laily Except Saturday.
Leave New Haven from Starin's Dock at 10:15 p
TOTKheJ,OHS.H-JSTARINl Captain McAlister
TUS CORNfito118?? nd Tnursd'ay. The ERAS
Wednesday Ind FrioT1" SPr' Very Monday
r-lmJSSJ8 TT York ,rom PirlR, footof
Cortlandt street, at 0 p. m. the STAR1N everv
SSSS' Wednesday and Friday; the C'ORNInZ
every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The oilr
Sunday night boat from New York. '
cursioA Skeu ' M E
fjrr?oach,!eave8 the "kPO on arrival of Hart
i? n- fX? 8 corncr of Church and Chape
streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 p. m
E RCvdei?'f1vStaiSImscan be PU''"hase5 at L
HnSJfiu,P Chapel street, at the Tontine
?l i 'i"5 Do" News Co., 351 Chapel street
and at tho International Exchange. 31 Center street
In wliitc and all other desirable
The Best and Cheapest in the
A I.nrge Assortment of
Varying in price from SOc up
wards. MA-SUHY'S CELEBRATED
AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT
D. S. G-LEMY & SON,
1VOS..270 and 272 State St.
Claret and Sautcrnc Wines.
"Vt7"E have received this day 100 cuses of Esche
T V nauer & Co.'s Wines, our own direct importa
tion from Bordeaux. Having handled these Wines
for the past twenty-two years we can confidently
recommend them for purity and general excellence
to all of our customers desiring reliable and
"straight" Wines. EDW. E. HALL & SON,
jy21 770 Chapel Street.
For the best quality of goods at the lowest cash
"CORNER STONE" NEW PROCESS is made
from the best Minnesota wheat. We have the ex
clusive sale of this brand: try it and you will say i
is the best. Price lower than ever.
New Marrow and new Pea Beans just received.
New Medium rteans 8c per qt.
Good Medium Beans 4 qts for 25e.
Large Southern Sweet Potatoes 30c per pk.
Splendid Early Rose Potatoes 75c perbu.
Large Yellow Onions 20c pk.
Standard Sugar sold at cost.
We offer a lot of Mountain Sweet Watermelons to
day only 10c each.
Choice P. R. Molasses 48c per gal.
Fresh roasted Java Coffee, ground to order 25o
Old Gov. Java 28c per lb.
Choice selection of Teas.
Concord Grapes 6c per lb by basket.
Ripe Tomatoes 35c ier basket.
PRICES OF FRESH MEATS REDUCED
Fresh Poultry received Friday and Saturday.
STORE CLOSES at 8 o'clock p. m., commencing
Oct. 1st. excepting Monday aud Saturday.
J. H. KEAHMT,
Elm City Casli Grocery,
74 AND 76 CONGRESS AVE., CORNER HILL ST
R. G. RUSSELL,
No. 853 Chapel Street. New Haven, Conn
iiioii wi j KLon o ii i:bi
Where the expenses are -high the prices must be
A bootblack being asked what were regular rates
for a "shine." said it was 10 cents on Oluiupil Ktror-t
and 5 cents on Grand street. There is food for re
flection in this little incident to the economically in
clined. There may not be so much style, but you can get
more real value for your money on Grand street
Especially will this be found to be so if you are in
need of Bedsteads, Bedding, Parlor Suits, Bedroom
Suits, Carpets, Oil Cloths, etc.. etc.
1. F. Kelly & Co.,IVo 821 and 23
Will furnish you out complete for housekeeping at
the lowest prices and on the most accommodating
terms. The reason they can do so is quite plain.
Their expenses are from 25 to 50 per cent, less than
other houses and they sell more Furniture,Beds,etc.
than any single establishment from New York to
Boston with but one exception, and that is not in
New Haven. Therefore ye that are sick and weary
of high prices come to Grand street and Ixs made
happy, Grand street, the most cosmopolitan stree
in Connecticut, where representatives of nearly al
the nations of the earth five in peace and unison
under the broad Egis of Liberty, Equality, Fra
ternity. Come one, come all.
P. J. KELLY & CO.,
33"oss. 821 and 020
C O. R S E T
ELASTIC AND EASY
IN ANY POSITION.
This Corset expands and
contracts with the breathing
and yields to every move
ment of the wearer, making
an EASY and ELEGANT
FIT. For sale everywhere
' For sale by T
M. A. TOMLINSOJV,
New Haven, Conn.
Horses and ; Carriages For Sale
and To Let.
Carriage Making in all Its branches. Repairing
painting a specialty. Anyone wishing to buy
311 an outfit will find it to their advantage o
give us a call.
CULLOSI & CO.
108 FRANKLIN STREET
Is the BEST In the World.
Only to be had in this city of
T. P. MERW1,
SOLE AGENT FOR NEW HAVEN.
Office ( at Residence), No. 28 College street. Postal
orders promptly filled. s27
Cured without the use of
- the Knife.
Wm. REEIMM. D.LHarvard,lla)
and ROBERT M. REED,)M. D., Har
vard 1876), Evan. House, ITS
Tremont St., Ho.ton, treat
DISEASES OJP THE REC
TUM, without detention from'
business. Reference given. Send
for pamphlets. Office hours 11 a
m. to 4 o'clock
p. m. (except Smidayi. aaSeodl y
FIRST of the sjason received to-dny.
au20 EDW, E. HALL & SON.
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