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October 14, 1884.
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Tuesday, October 14, 1SS4.
NEW
1IIETHODI8T CMUliCM.
The
Xhompsoitville Itlethodlsta The
Dedication. . .
Thompsonville Methodists are proud of
their new church, which is to be dedicated on
Tuesday evening, Oct. 21. . Bishop Mallalieu
is to preach in the afternoon. He is cele
brated for raising funds for building one of
the finest churches in Boston by small sums
divided into what he called ten cent bricks,
nearly everybody he met giving a dime for
the cause. The entire cost of the new edi
fice furnished complete is about $12,000, ex
elusive of the site, which was a gift of the
Hartford Carpet company, subject to certain
restrictions, such as that it should be used
for church purposes only, that the building
should be made of brick or stone with a
slate or metal roof, and that the division
fence on three sides should be made and
maintained, etc. There is now needed about
$2,500, which it is hoped will be raised at the
dedicatory exercises. The active member of
the bmldLntr committee is tne jsev.uoimxiow-
son. who tounaea tne cnurcu orijauizauuu
nvnr fortv vears aero, and beinsr one of trie
most wealthy members and having . no chil
dren or legal heirs in this country, has made
the church his heir to tne extent or contriDu
ting $1,000 besides his services. JLhe new
e.hnrch is located on the central portion of
High street about thirty rods west of the site
of tne former cnurcn.
THE BED CROSS,
The Recent Conference at Geneva,
Ex-Judge Sheldon and daughter are home
again from Europe, whither they went two
months ago. Judge Sheldon together with
Clara Barton and Mrs. Solomons, of Wash
inoWi renrosented the United States at the
e j i
Red Cross conference held at Geneva. Mrs.
Solomons returned home a few weeks ago on
the adjournment of the conference and Miss
Barton left for Carisruhe to meet by special
invitation the Empress of Germany and the
Orand Duchess of Baden. Miss Barton
everywhere met with a queenly reception.
She has received any number of decorations
from European uionarchs and rulers. At the
conference there were about 100 delegates
reiiresentine 25 of the 37 countries in the
Bed Cross league. Some of those countries
unrepresented were very far off lands like
Siam and Central America. The conference
was an imposing body containing many dis
tinguished men, nearly all of whom could
speak or understood French. Twenty ques
tions of much public importance were dis
cussed, somo of which were decided, others
laid over for another year. Judge Sheldon
was impiessed with the fine solid and
able appearance of the German delegates and
in comparison with the French thought the
Germans bore off the palm. One of the ques
tions of interest to America discussed was
whether the work of the Bed Cross society
which is, in time of war, to render assistance
to sick ana wounaea soldiers, snouia oe ex
tended to collateral work in times of peace.
That is. should the society also devote itself
to succorina those who suffered by flood and
famine and fire and disease as well as those
who suffered in time of war. Some of the
delegates were afraid of the result
of the societv croina into any other work than
that arisine from wars. On the other hand
the Grecian delegates, who had some expert
ence in the matter, strongly advocated the
proposed enlargement of the work so that
members of the society could undertake the
relief of the people in times of great national
calamities other than wars and told what had
been done in this respect in Greece and how
favorable had been tne results
tho work of the society there
peace times. The American delegates abh'
sustained those from Greece, arguing that
there was little likelihood that.this country
would have a war for years to come and that
the societ v could not be depended on to hold
together waiting for a war. The question
was carried in favor of the position taken
by the Americans and hereafter the members
of the Bed Cross society will be expected to
render aid in all cases where they may be of
assistance, whether in times of peace or war.
THE COIRT RECORD.
Superior Court Civil Side Jadgi
Hovey.
This court will come in this afternoon at
2:30 o'clock, and the business of the term
will proceed as usual.
Superior Court-Criminal Side Judge
Stoddard.
This court will resume its session this
morning at 10 o'clock. The grand jury will
also be in session and will deliberate
eases referred to them.
Court Of Common Picas Judge Stod
dard.
This court will come in again this morning
at 10 o'clock,-when assignments will be tried
if parties in interest are ready.
City Court Criminal Side Judge
Studley.
October 13. Daniel Wiplenberg, John
Casev. Charles H. Barrett, trespass on rail
road cars, nolled; John Wilton, same, 20
fine, $10.16 costs; John T. Allen, breach of
the peace against Robert Hollinger, dis
charsed.and theft from the person of John S.
Oviatt, bound over to January term of the
Superior court, and breach of the peace against
Joseph Bohan, discharged; George F.
Reif, violating liquor law, judgement sus
pended: William R. Finch, violating liquor
law, $7 fine, $10.76 costs, and drunk, judg
ment suspended; John Lampkins, breach of
the peace against Mrs. Lampkins, nolle; John
lielly, Dreaon or tne peace nguunsi w.ia. o.
Kelly, 7 days in jail, $6.97 costs, appealed;
Bernard Flynn, breach of the peace against
Michael Farrineton, S1U nne, so.io costs, ap
pealed; Thomas Taggart and Patrick Red
mond, mutual breaches of the peace, $1 fine,
$5.39 costs each, appealed; William E. Cop-
pertnwaite, to ucuiuer au ; iuuies owver,
breach of the peace against Edwin A. Gil
bert, $5 fine, $5.97 costs; William Bedford,
breach of the peace against Thomas Hay-
ward, nolle; Frame ifecR, Dreacn or mo
peace against Jessie M. Foster, nolle.
Court Notes.
Bernard Flynn, a Blaine man, and Michael
Farrington, a Cleveland man, got into a po
litical dispute Saturday night, which resulted
in the Blaine man whipping tho Cleveland
man. Mr. Flynn was arrested and found
guilty of assaulting Farrington by Judge
Studley yesterday morning, who inflicted a
fine of $10 and costs.- The case was ap
pealed. The case against James Eckert and John
F. Sullivan, tho young men bound over in
the City court for an assault and robbery
from the person of Benjamin F. Downing
last August, will not be triad at the present
term of the criminal side of the Superior
court. Eckert andSullivan are out on bonds, and
State Attorney Doolittle has decided to have
a postponement nntil January. The accused
are anxious to effect a settlement without go
ing to trial.
In the case against John T. Allen, who is
charged with theft from the person of John
S. Oviatt on October 4, Judge Studley in the
City court yesterday morning found probable
cause and bound the accused over to the Su
perior court in $300 bonds for trial. Allen
while drunk went into Oviatt's cobbling shop
on Congress avenue in the evening and stole,
as is alleged, $1.60, which to obtain he
had to hold Oviatt and rifle his pockets. Two
breach of the peace cases against him were
nolled.
The cases of William Finch and George F.
Reif, the members of the Comrade Eight as
sociation arrested for violating the liquor law,
came up before Judge Studley again yester
day. The court ordered a suspension of
judgment in Reif s case and a fine of $10 and
costs was inflicted in the Finch case. The
fine was afterwards reduced so as to bring
the total amount to $17.76, which was paid.
John Wilton, one of the four young men
who were arrested for stealing a ride from
Bridgeport to this city last Thursday, was
yesterday fined $20 and costs for the offense.
The cases of John Casey, Charles H. Barrett
and David Winpleberg, his companions, were
nolled.
The case of William E. Copperthwaite,
who rented a horse from E. A. Phillips in
Wooster street and sold it in Branford for $20,
was continued until .. to-morrow morning.
The penalty may, be ten years in State
prison.
After all the cases had been disposed of in
the City- court yesterday morning Annie
Nolan, the young girl who on complaint of
her father was taken out of a "coffee party"
in Washington Hall Saturday night, was
brought before Judge Studley on a charge of
disobedience. Polieeman Stormont testified
that a sister of the Nolan girl had been be
fore the City -court for- immoral conduot.
Judge Studley, turning to the girl, said
that he would find that she was fifteen
years old on October 15, 1883, and order
her committed to the Industrial school at
Middletown. ; After passing judgment his
honor told th police that thee cheap dances
ought to be broken up in some way. "If
you can't do it in any other way," he con
tinued, "orciig in vujl me girm you una at
tending them under sixteen years old, and
the court will try ana nna some other occu
pation for them." .
in tne ary court yesxeraay mornins tne
case of Rev. Andrew D. Chambers, charged
with embezzlement, was disposed of. The
colored minister was charged with breaking
his contract in not accepting a set of ency
clopedias. The defense was that the volumes
were not as represented. Mr. jjiyaenDursn,
counsel for the accused, informed his honor
that Mr. Chambers was willing to show that
he had acted in good faith in the matter by
renewing the former proposition made py
the defendant to return the volumes on tne
payment of twenty-six dollars, the amount
Chambers had paid on the installment plan.
Professor Townsend, wno represented tne
Appletons, made no objection to a discontin
uance of the case under the proposed ar
rangement and Judge Studley ordered Mr.
Chambers aiscnargea.
Connecticut Baptists in Council.
The sixty-first in mini session of the State
Baptist association began yesterday in Nor
wich. The sessions are held at the First
Baptist church and continue Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week. Prof. Francis
Wayland presides, and it is expected that
six hundred delegates will be in attendance.
The procrramme for yesterday was as fol
lows:
2 p. in. Opening exercises.
Address, by the president, the Rev. A. G. Palmer,
D. D., Stonington.
kJlvtmn nr ntnnpi.
Paper. "Superstitions," the Rev. J. E. Busfield,
New Haven.
Paper, "The law of the mind, ana ns narmon
with the claims of religion," the Rev. G. W. HoJ
mnn Willimantic
aper, "The oistinguismng attriuute muiw-
tian church," the Rev. P. A. Nordell, JNew ijonaon.
7:15 p. m. Address, "The question or revivals,
the Rev. S. A. Gumbart, Norwalk.
Sermon, by the ltev. v. 11. Kowe, mystic.
Quarters have been provided for all the
deleeates. The meetings promise to be of
an unusually interesting character.
Waterbury Excitement Cbatneld
Believed To Be Insane.
Edward Chatfield. the Waterbury man
who frightened two Waterbury ladies by in
decent exposure, was captured by the police
on'an island in the Naugatuck river, about
three miles below that city. He has fre
quently of late on meeting ladies stopped
them and begun divesting himself of hi:
clothing. In no instance did he resort to
actual violence. It is believed he is out of
his mind. He has hitherto borne a good
name. Much indignation prevails against
him in Waterbury. In the Police court yes
terday he was defended by Attorney Low.
Two counts of exposure were brought against
him, on July 11 and October 11, respect
ively. Demurrers were entered and over
ruled, and the prisoner was fined $7 and
costs and given thirty days in jail on each
count. Appealed and bonds of $400 fur
nished. The mania is said to run in Chat-
field's family. He earns $8 a day as a con
tractor and has a very pretty family.
A Norwich Confectioner Set Upon by
Villains. .
A Mr. Israel Raphael, a confectioner of
Norwich, while" on his way home after mid
night Saturday, was pursued and assaulted
by two colored men at the corner of Spring
street. Before captured he cried 'Murder,"
but the burly negro who seized him by the
throat told him if he raised another outcry ho
would murder him on the spof. He then
ordered his pal to go through his pockets
While Mr. Raphael was held down he raised
a feeble cry of "Help!" which was heard by
Mrs. Hull close by. She opened the door of
her residence and the highwaymen ran, leav-
lne their victim upon the ground. Mr.
Raphael is an invalid and there is little doubt
that he would have been murdered by the
black villains had they not been frightened
off. Mr. Raphael had about S70 with him
and the parties apparently were familiar
with his habits and were lying in wait for
him. The-condition of Mr. Raphael's neck
on his arrival home showed that the man
who did the choking was a coal-heaver. The
offenders are unknown. The police are work
ing up the case.
STATE CORRESPONDENCE.
Woodbridge.
Miso Rosa Warner, Hamden, and Miss
Stella Tuttle of North Haven were in town
visiting friends last week.
The Young People's debating club will meet
at the basement of the Congregational church
on Friday evening, Oct. 17, at 7:30 p. m.
full attendance is earnestly requested:
Bav. S. P. Marvin exchanged pulpits with
Rev. J. Li. Willard, of Westville, on (Sunday.
The Blaine and Logan Glee club will meet
on Tuesday evening. A full attendance of
the members is requested. Oct. 13.
Walllngford.
Robbie Allen, who has been attending
school at Cheshire, has been home for a few
days' vacation.
Emory Storrs, of Chicago, will address the
Republicans of this town in Town Hall on
Thursday evening, the 16th.
Miss Jessie Hall, aged fourteen years, died
Friday night and was buried this afternoon.
She was the youngest daughter of William
M. Hall, jr., and had suffered, for a long time
with consumption.
Ex-Lieutenant Governor Sill, of Hartford,
will speak in Town Hall Tuesday evening of
this week.
Harvey Andrews, who moved . to Meriden
last spring, moved back to this town this
week.
Sereno Bartholomew has raised a "Vicar
of Wakefield" pear this summer which weighs
thirteen ounces.
Wallace Hose company have been present
ed by Robert Wallace with a handsome cray
on portrait of Mr. Wallace,- framed in a
heavy oak frame. The company is named
after Mr. Wallace.
The National band have added red and
white plumes to their already handsome uni
forms. The Knights of Labor held a meeting
yesterday afternoon at Germania Hall.
Harry Runuells' little boy fell into a tub
of hot water on Fiiday and was so badly
scalded that he died yesterday. The funeral
takes place on Wednesday. He is the same
boy who had his fingers mashed by a post
falling on him last summer.
Dr. J. D. McGaughey has been appointed
post surgeon.
S. O'Connell's infant was buried Sunday
afternoon.
Frederick, the nine months' old son of F.
Chipperfield, died yesterday and will be
buried to-morrow. Oct. 13.
North Haven.
Tho young people of St. John's church are
busy making preparations for an entertain
ment which is to take place on Wednesday
evening, October 29. Tableaux, panto
mimes and an oyster supper will com
plete the programme.
Gager, of Derby, and Porter, of New
Haven, are to speak to the Republicans at
Linsley's Hall on Tuesday evening. The
Blaine and Logan club of Montowese will
join the club at the center in a street parade.
A collection has been promised by a promi
nent citizen. A good time is anticipated.
The first to draw the one dollar bounty
voted on foxes were Dr. B. M. Page and
Rufus Thorpe, they having captured and
killed a sly reynard early on Saturday morn
ing. H. P. Smith went to Branford on a black
fishing trip on Friday last and caught forty
seven fish. He expects to try again on
Thursday of this week.
The house and farm of the late G. P. Tut
tle are to be sold at auction on Tuesday, the
14th inst. , at 10 o'clock a. m. Some house
hold furniture and farming utensils are also
included in the sale.
Mr. McKenzie, of New Haven, has bought
a tract of land of Mrs. L. C. Dayton in the
southwest district, situated just north of the
house of Francis Beaumont, and has com
menced work, grading, etc., preparatory to
building a house. Oct. 13
Cranbr.
The TJniversalist parish of this place held
an interesting memorial meeting yesterday at
2 o'clock in memory of their late pastor, Mr.
Loveland. Appreciative papers were read
by Miss Charlotte Lee of this place, Miss
Hart of Barkhamsted and George Denny of
the Cotton Exchange, N. Y., a young man
brought up in this place. It was related at
the meeting in question that : Mr. Loveland
was born in Glastonbury, this State; that
while learning his stone mason trade in Hart
ford he attended the TJniversalist church
there for the first time and soon embraced
the faith of that church. Upon his propos
ing to study medicine the Rev. Mr. Soule,
then pastor, advised him to study
for the ministry. In due time he
came to Granby, devoting himself entirely
to the care of the church for three years.
Then he was called to a Norwich church,
where he preached about three years. His
health failing, he returned to Granby and
settled down on a farm. Meanwhile he
preached more or less in weak parishes, con
siderably in Barkhamsted. At length, about
two years ago, he was invited to resume his
pastorate of the church here.
Lucian Reed, superintendent of the Sunday
school, conducted the services of the recent
meeting and pronounced Jan appropriate ad
dress. Yesterday's meeting was the third
had in honor of Mr. Loveland. First, the
funeral services in church; second, a meeting
in memory of him as a citizen, in the Con
gregational church; third, a meeting in mem
ory of him as a pastor, Oct, 13,
STATE NEWS.
Perry Smith. ' a well known . resident of
Hartford, is still seriously ill at his residence
on Arch street, and but little hope is enter
tained for his recovery. His stomach is too
weak to retain food.
Mansfield post, G. A. R., of Middletown,
has voted to accept the invitation to partici
pate in the unveiling of the soldiers' monu
ment in Waterbury, October 23.
The Rev. Dr. C. B. Crane, formerly pastor
of the South . Baptist church, Hartford, has
resigned the pastorate of the First Baptist
church in Boston.
Mr. J. M. Allen, president of the Steam
Boiler Insurance company, Hartford, left
recently for California on a business trip and
will be absent a couple of months.
Mr. Henry T. Terry, of Hartford, who has
been professor of law in the university at
Tokio. Japan, for the past eignt years, has
returned to this country and is at present in
Hartford. -
According to different papers ex-Governor
St. John, of Kansas,' is to speak next Wed
nesday in Winsted, Bridgeport, Danbury
and other places. The fact is he will speak
in McDonouch Opera' House, Middletown,
both afternoon and evening, and he will not
speak m any other town in Connecticut dur
ing the campaign.
P. H. Smith, ex-chairman of the Demo
cratic town committee of Hartford, has
been chosen major of the Irish-American
Democratic battalion by unanimous vote of
the officers. He will shortly announce his
staff.
Penelope Cummins, an aged woman living
at 76 Jefferson street, Hartford, would be
pleased to hear of any tidings from her son,
John Cummins, formerly of Waterford, Ire
land, who left Quebec in 1861 to enlist for
the war.
The further particulars of the homicide at
Eastford of Joseph Squire are that the father
and the three sons were at the house of an
other son, George Squires, who lives alone,
his wife having left him. All were under
the influence of liquor. At about 6 o'clock
Andrew and Joseph began the quarrel,
both using knives. Andrew had some
slight cuts on his hands and Joseph was
wounded slightly on his chest, on tho
shoulder, on the arm, and severely bn the
neck, the wound beginning near the ear and
running backward and upward to the length
of tour incnes, cutting to tne Done, xne large
blood vessels were not injured, but he died
from loss of Wood at midnight. The medi
cal examiner, Dr. Simmons, was called and
on examination immediately notified Coroner
Seward, of Putnam. Constable Knowlton
was sent to arrest Andrew.
POLITICAI3.
Registrars' Notice.
The registrars of the several voting dis
tricts of tne town of JNew .Haven will be m
session on Thursday ,the 16th day of October,
1004, from y a. m. until a p. m. , tor the pur
pose of receiving applications from those "to
be made" electors this fall, Also to correct
the registry lists. Places of meeting as fol
lows, viz.:
-J ST Ward Piatt's cigar store. No. 74 Church St.
JL John W. Lane,
Georges J. Hiller.
Registrars.
2D
Ward At No. 18 Park St.
John J. Brekxan,
James Bishop,
Registrars.
Q D Ward Office of William F. French, corner of
e Congi
reas avenue and George street.
LiEORGE t. .BILL,
Jasiks HcDermott,
Kegistrars.
jTH Ward
-Barber shop, No. 278 Water Street.
William F. Shannon,
ueorgs L. IVES.
Registrars.
5TE Ward John Turtle's store, 131 Wooster St.
A. G. Snell,
Michael McGovern,
Registrars.
6TH Ward Ernest Klenke's, 48 St. John Street.
Thomas F. Carroll,
John Bromham,
- Registrars.
fTTH Ward Carriage shop, No. 781 Grand Street.
I WILLIAM U ItEEPB,
Robert E. Baldwin,
Registrars.
QTII Ward Grocery store, No. R58
State street.
Kjj corner ciarK street.
E. F. Merrill,
William Geary,
Registrars.
9
TH Ward Feed store. No. 9."5 Broadway. .
VlLUAa II. Bouton,
.Michael knigc,
Registrars.
rTH Ward Engine house, corner Park an:
V -klni streets. Rollin J. Bunce,
Henry S. Cooper
Registrars.
nTH Ward At lio. 01 Ferry street.
Russell T. Ellis,
Richard Schapfa
Registrars.
12
TH Ward At 87 Clay street.
Luzerne F. Barnes,
Francis Foley,
Registrars.
T Q TH Ward Office of the Diamond Match Co.
L.J IAYID C. MONSON,
Eugene O. Beardslky,
Registrars.
MTH Ward Store
Grand street.
or C- V. Hemingway, Ea
Frederick R. Ti'ttle,
George A. Lindsley.
Registrars.
T PtTII Ward Store
of Jonathan N. Rowe. at
tJ Waterside.
WILLIAM A. WOODWARD,
Jonathan N. Rowe,
Registrars.
General G. H. Ford Cadets.
All members are requested to meet at headquar-
ixiia yiixanxay j evemug mi uiiii iuui Uistl i iJU-
iion oi unuorms. ier oroer, w . x. mix, uaptain.
1founs? Men' Republican Cliib.
The "Young Men's Republican club will hold their
regular meeting at Guyer's, 110 Church street, this
evening at 8 o'clock. Every member is requested
to attend said meeting to complete all arrangements
ior our grand rany at earn s opera Mouse ucz, 7a
Per order, B. F. Guyer, President
Attention!
N. D. Sperry Mounted guard. Every membep
snouia oe present vveanesaay evening, jctoner iotn
at o o'clock: in room ino. & ioaaiev buiiainsr.
receive their uniforms and be ready' to turn out in
the Kepuoucan paraae inursaay evening,
Per order, F. C. Dickerman, Secretary.
Converse Plumed Knights
Will meet at the wigwam, Tuesday evening at 8
o'clock, in full uniform. It is necessary for every
member to be present. 'er order,
H. E. Marsh, Captain.
Wilklns Old Guard. Attention
You are hereby ordered to meet at Masonic
on Wednesday evening, October 15th, for drill.
Per order, George R. Ladieu. Captain,
HaU
Perry T. Walker, First Sergeant.
Young Itlen's Republican Club,
Every member of this club is earnestly requested
to ascertain the names of all young men qualified to
be made voters in the different wards and reoort
the same at the headquarters of the club at No. 110
Church street. Per order,
B. L, Guyer, President, W. L. Augur, Secretary.
New Voters.
All Blaine and Logan supporters who expect to
vote in New Haven this fall for the first time should
see that 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
ers during any day or evening except Sunday.
Prince Nicolas Xaberbatov,
Flag Lieutenant Imperial Kussian Navy,
speaking of the efficiency of the Liebig Co.'s
Beef Tonic, says: "It is a. most excellent
tonic." Edwin Booth says: "Did me good."
General Franz Sigel says: "Benefited me
very much." Invaluable in debility, dyspep
sia, biliousness, sick headache, nervousness."
ol4 eodawlw
Scott's Emulsion of Pare
Cod Liver Oil, with Hypophosphltes,
Has the Advantage of being Palatable
and easily digested, and these two well
known remedies being, combined, are more
potent in their remedial effects than if taken
separately, and increase flesh, and strength
with remarkable rapidity, octli eod &wlt.
"For some must wateh virile others sleep.
Thus runs the world away.- Slcakespeare.
Policemen and others who are exposed to a
malarial atmosphere will find Lewis' Bed
Jacket Bitters just the thing. Ask your
druggist for a pamphlet and see what the
doctors say in it.
The Best Thine In the World
for sunburn, prickly heat, tan, moth patch
es, andrough or chafed skin is Pearl's White
Glycerine, a sovereign remedy for all - skin
diseases. Druggists keep it. ol4 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.
jy318m
Onrw Ooosrhs, Colds, Hoarsen
Bronchitis, Whooping Cough,
nTTtrTTTt tion, and re
CnJUU. AflfJlttna !
. Incipient Consu mo
tion, and relieves consumptive
persons in advanced stages of
the diseasa. Price 25 eta. Oau-
tion. Xne uenuine irr. itiui's
a fimink. StrrwD is sold onlv in
!toatto wptywerg, and boars oux
retdstered Trade-Harks to wit t j
A BuiVaHead in a CircU,aRni-
u aiTTJ? IWHHiWAwun, auu lug
. rcis f tvAH milfl rdflrnatrares of John W.
1?lAnZk$s A- & Mtvert Co., Sole
- - t-Top's, uaramore, aa u. a. a.
Chew trance's Plnss The ereat Tobaceo I
Udote '-Price 10 Cta.-Sold Ey all Prugglsta.
HOT-HOUSE GRAPES.
irBST of the season received to-day.
au2S
EDW, E. FA T.I, ft SON.
1939
W.inuncinl.
The Market Opens Dull and Weak,
But the Bulla Rally and Bid Priees
Up Towards the Close.
; Nbw York. Oct. 18.
The market this morning was extremely dull and
the changes except in a few instances, notably the
coal shares and Vanderbilts. were slight. The shares
mentioned were sold on reports of the Vanderbilts
changing their position in regard to certain of the
properties, while some rumors had it that they were
quietly getting out. The decline at noon ranged
from H to VA per cent. In the afternoon dealings
there was a firmer tone and prices were almost
steadily advanced by the bull cliques, who sent
In a plentiful supply of supporting orders. At the
close the decline of the morning had been fully re
covered in a majority of cases. The advance as
compared with Saturday's closing ranged from
to 3J4 per cent., the latter in Union Pacific The
specialties were dull. The total sales to-day were
about two hundred thousand shares.
Money closed easy at 1H.
Exchange closed dull.
-Closing prices reported over the private wires of
o - -V r-i.jj & exjiaito4. Hankers ana uroxcrs.
Bid Asked
.157$ 178
. S3 21
. 75 83
! 88 88
..121H i&X
.. 39 41
.. 34?
.. 4( 41
..130 133
" 5K 6J4
.. 12te U
8 9
'.'.10516 105J4
.. 10 10j
.. 14 14M
25
55 55)4
.. 14
.. A 5
.. i m
..130 140
.. 9ij4 94
.. B'i 55
..106 110
. . 34
.. 16 17
..131)4 123
.. 18 184
.. 75 75
.. 20 2tr
American Bell Tel .liW
Aiiouaaa.ierre iliiULe
Alton and Terre Haute pfd
American District Telegraph. .
Boston & N. Y. Air Line pfd. . .
Burlington and.Quincy
C. C. Cnd I
Canada Southern
Canadian Pacific.
Central Pacific
Chicago and Alton
uoi., tjnic. ina. uentrai
Chesapeake and Ohio
Chesapeake and Ohio. 1st nfd..
Chesapeake and Ohio, 2d pfd 8
jax liouk, iuiu western......
Del. .and Hudson Canal
Denver ana uo uranae
Erie
ErieSpfd
Erie.Seconds.
Erie and; Western. .'
East Tenn., Va. & Ga
" " " Dfd ...
Express Adams
American
United States
Wells Fargo
Houston & Texas
Did., Bloom. & West
Blinois Central
Kansas & Texas
Louisville & Nashville
Manhattan Elevated
Mil., Lake Shore fe W
' Pfd
Mutual Union Tel 16
Memphis and Charleston 28)
Michigan Central 60
M. and St. Louis 13
18
30
13)
and St. Louis pfd 28
3U
Mobile and Ohio
Missouri Pacific 95-V
5
Morris and Essex 123
Nashville and Chattanooga 35 -
lo
38
New Jersey Central t 45)4
45)5
JNew xorK centra: i
New York & New Enar 10
New York. New Haven & HartfordlTS
New York Elevated 115
N. Y., Chicago & St. Louis 5-
N-' " '- ' " pfd 9)
10)
1H1
6
10
9
New Central Coal 5
Northern Pacific 19
19H
Northern Pacinc pfd 43-
Northwest 90M
Northwest Dfd 12o3
43
90
ia4
iiunoiK ana westpia
Od Certificates
Ohio Central
Ohio and Mississippi
Omaha
Omaha pfd
Ontario and Western
Oregon Transcontinental..
Pacific Mail
Peoria, D. and Eransville. .
Pullman
Reading
Richmond and Danville. . . .
Richmond and West Point.
Rock Island
Rochester and Pitts
St. Paul
St. Paid pfd
St. Paul and Duluth
St. Paid and Duluth pfd. . .
St. Paul, M. and M
Texas Pacific
Union Pacific
Wabash
Wabash pfd
Western Union 'el
United Pioe Line Ctfs
.. 20
.- 68J6
... m
... im
...
... 91
... 10
... 18)4
... 55-l
.'.'.'ll3H
... 22
... 34)6
. . . 16
...114
.... U
... 79-K
...105H
09
8)S
31
92'
11!
13)4
- 114)4
23H
17)6
11a
79
1UO
... 8H
... 1196
... 56
... 5
... 10
... 64)4
6.1U
Uj
57
554
IK
West Shore 42
Government bonds closed as follows:
0s 81, continued'
5 r.nnt.iniifid
43)4
4Ws. '91. reer llSUaltSfh
4Hs, '91, coup 112all2a
4s, 1907, coup 119M120
6s 100 a
Currency 6s, '95 125 bid
Currency 6s, '96 127
Currency 6s, '97 129
Currency fis, '88 131
Currency 6s,'S9 132
Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows:
Firsts
Funds
Grants. . . .
Centrals -.
...113Mall4)4
...116)Sall7
...lOTJansM
...1J-6 Ml
Chicago Grain and Provision mar
ket.
Closing quotations Reported over Private Wirs
to I'd v 1 n Kuivc ds Co., Commission Mur.
chants, 403 New York Produce Exchange, New
York.
The following shows the quotations at 2:30 p.
(Chicago time) for the past threedays:
Oct. 10. Oct. 11. Oct. 13
78W 78 . 7ff
.. 87J4 87 85)
.. 55 56?4 66
.. 52 5356 . 52
..41 41 40
.. 26 27M 27
.. ZT - 27 27
.. 30 30 29?4
.,16.50 16.50 16.25
I! 12.67)6 12.37 12.15
.. 7.60 7.50 7.47
.-. 7.37 7.27 7.22
.. 7.35 7.25 7.20
&ECBIPTS.
t October . . .
Wheat November
. (May
( October . . .
- November.
I May
Corn
Oats
-? November .
(May
( October . . .
November .
( Year
Pork
is
Lard
November .
Year
Wheat, 305 cars; corn.l91cars; oats, 102 cars; hogs,
2U,uw neaa.
SAMPLES OF
WESTERN FARM LOANS
On Hand at 7 1-2 per Cent. Interest.
Ciioice In all Respects.
$000, security $3,000. $1 ,000, security $5,600.
$1,400, security $4,200.
These loans are all from one agency, bear the
same date, with 7 per cent, interest, paid semi
nnnuallv.
Loans on hand of all sizes, with various rates of
interest.
A. WALKER,
85 Orange Street.
ocOdawlm
CHARLES A BROOKS,
New Haven, Com
I E. H. HOAG,
Commercial Bank,
Newton, Kansas.
the choicest and best
Investment Securities In Thk Market.
Kansas Farm Loam
On productive farms only. Good rates.' Ample se
curity We shall be pleased to furnish information,
either personally?or by mail. Best references.
CHARLES A. BROOKS & CO.,
ocl- 838 Chapel street.
BUNNELL & SCRANT0N,
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
Give tlieir personal attention to
loans bearing 7 and 8 per cent
on Western farms.
ec2
POOR, WHITE & GREENOUGH,
BANKERS,
45 Wall Street, New 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 FORSALE
$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 Branford Lock Works.
Small lots of Yale, Merchants', County Banks,
Home and First National Banks of Meriden, N. Y.,
N. H. &II. E.R.
W. T. HATCH & SONS,
BANKERS.
Michigan Central R. R. Co.,
First Siortgage Main Line 5 per
cent. Bonds.
Due May 1, 1902. Interest payable May 1st and No
vember 1st. - -
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 & first class investment.
VERMILYE & CO.,
Hfos. 13 and 18 Nassau St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
maSO
. DR. LiQUIST'S SPINAL CORSETS
MD MISSES' SPINAL WAISTS.
For Sale by -J.
N. Adam A: Co. Mrs. M. A. Tom 11 n
son, and Proctor, Ittagulre & Co.
RELIABLE LADY CANVASSERS WANTED
In every town in the State.
LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED
Call at 183 OLIVE STREET.
pes f 4 iPwk i
m0
WORTHY
Of Confidence.
A VETD'C Sarsaparilla is a medicine that,
A V LIS O during nearly 40 years, in all
parts of the world, has proved its effi
cacy as the best blood alterative known
to medical science.
SARSAPARILLA MSSS
genuine Honduras Sarsaparilla) is its
base, and its powers arc enhanced by
the extracts of Yellow Dock and Stil
lingia, the Iodkles of Potassium and
Iron, and other potent ingredients.
a your blood vitiated by derangements
O of the digestive and assimilatory func
tions? is it tainted by Scrofula? or
does it contain the poison of Mercury
or Contagious Disease?
mp leading physicians of the United
I till States, who know the composition
f Aybr's Saksapariixa, say that
nothing else so good for the purifica
tion of the blood is within the range of
pharmacy. ...
nail u by the use of this remedy Is It
UI1L.Y possible for a person who has
corrupted blood to attain sound health
and prevent transmission of the de
structive taint to posterity.
TUnDniirui V effective renovation
TnUnUUhrlLY of the system must
include not only the removal of cor
ruption from the blood, but its enrich
ment and the strengthening of the
vital organs,
nri iad I c witnesses, nil over the
RELIABLE world, testify that this
workis better accomplished by Ater's
Sarsaparilla than by any other
remedy. .
Dl nnn that is corrupted through dis
DL.UUU ease 'is made pure, and blood
weakened through diminution of the
red corpuscles is made strong, by
Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
nnniruiup the blood mid building
PURIr YINb up the system require
time in serious cases, but benefit will
be derived from the use of Ayer's
Sarsaparilla more speedily than
from anything else,
urnirneir for which like effects are
ti.Ukllif C. falsely claimed, is abun
dant in the market, under many names,
but the only preparation that has stood
the test of tunc, and proved worthy of
the world's confidence, is
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
PREPARED by
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all druggists: Trice?-,
sis bottles for $5.
AYER'S
Ague Cure
IS WABKAKTDD to cure all casc3 of ma
larial disease, such as Fever and Ague, Inter
mittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fever,
Dumb Agne, Billons Fever, and Liver Com
plaint. In case of failure, after due trial,
dealers are authorized, by our circular of
July lot, 1882, to refund the money.
Dr. J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
MANY IMITATIONS ARE RIAD
New names are springing up every day,
snch as Sole Leather Tip, etc, and many
who think they are getting- the genuine
"SOtAR TIP," get only an IMITATION
8fcv.aovvvfa.die'&a.YVv
.tVV 0.A OVVV XVtXWvC
loW "yvvaAcYV &: Co.
AP1ITI Pliril desirinsra
UEFI I LCmCn FINE CALK SHOE.
With Glove Calf Top (in Congress, Button or Lace),
snouia asK tneir dealer tor tne
DOtGLAS $3 SHOE,
which for excellence, ease and economy
equals any $5 shoe iu the market. 3.970 pairs sold
last month. All goods warranted. Make no mis
take; see that his name and the price is stamped, on
ine doltoiti ui eacn snoe. w t w. tutus.,
oc2eodlm "Wholesale Agents, Boston, Mass.
FLOUR.
Just a word on this subject. I keep the
best. And no other will make more bread
to the barrel.
I extend an invitation to those - who
dissatisfied to come and trade with me.
Best of goods and a good assortment at the
very lowest rates. Orders called for in any
part of the city, and goods delivered prompt-
HARRY LEIGH,
cRocr.u,
670 Chapel Street.
Telephone.
CALL ON US
-FOB-
GAME.
FRESH SUPPLIES DAILY.
Prime Beef a Snecialty.
L. C. PFAFF & SON
V and 9 Church Street.
ocl
THE AMERICAN
Automatic Low-pressure
Steam Heater.
' The most perfect Heater ever built.
Scir-Kegnlatlns, Scientific Construe
lion.
Can be applied to all building's, larro or cmnii ti..
opents 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
uwaie-iTs in jijgiiieers , oiesni, was and .Plumbers
SappUes. Wrought and Cast Iron Pipe and fittings.
'"V -"'" . " "use iu i wiiiug a specially.
Send for Circular.
J. F. GILBERT & CO.,
-aO 5tit Street:
Heaaprtersjor Gaie.
A Complete Assortment always
on hand.
WE OFFER TO-DAY
Partridge,(Juail, Woodcock,
Domestic Ducks,
CHICKENS, .FOWLS,
And a complete stock or Meat,
Vegetables and Fruit.
FRISBIE & HART,
350 and 352 State St.
ocl
Wis & Grande, ,
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
Sole Agents In New Haven for the
Rockford Quick Train Watches
266 CHAPEL
STREET.
PROMPTLY DONE
REPAIRING OF-ALL KINDS
iyio
VAULTS ANI CESSPOOLS.
Be sure your Vaults and Cess
pools are in good condition be
fore hot weather gets here. Send
your address to "
A. N. FABSHAM,
P. o. boi 275 rrrrv. oh may be left at r
B. BRADDEY & CO,'S, 408 State street, ROBT
VEITCH & SON'S. 974 Chapel street. mis
New Seedless Raisins.
"XT"EW Syrup, New White Beans, New Smoked
Halibut, Graham Wafers Graham Bullets,
Preserved Ginger in syrup. Green Ginger, Mixed
Spices for pickling, Green Peppers, for sale by
I. S. COOPER,
878 STATE STREET,
s27
llortuetja.
CHARLES S. HAMILTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
ALE BANK BUILDING, "
CORNER CHAPEL AND STATE ST8,
Notary Public.
New Haven, Conn.
apfltf
E. P. ARVINE,
ATTORNEY AT IAW,
Rooms 9 and 11, 69 Church St.
ELECTRICITY IS LIFE.
Whv Will People ClinC tO the abSUrb idea thttt thfV I
must take medicine? Electricity will reach where I
una aokctu, txa i J rvi .- . CAfwrieilCU ILLS
provea. it you Rretrouuieu witn uatarrn,or JNeural-
La, or rtneuinwusiii, iiirvm or i-iiing .LTOuDies, Uen
:al Debility, Headache, Kidney Disease, try
ELECTRICITY.
Go and see Dr. Cummines, His method differs
from all others. .His success is wonderful.
Ladies treated successfully. Ladies can consult
with tne doctor s wiie aitemoons. Consultation
free.
DR. J. V. CUMMSNGS,
So Church Street.
:13 ' WOOD'S BLOCK.
AKDEEW GOODMAN,
NOS. 160, 162 CKOWtf ST.
Flue Assortment of Fancy and Staple
C'-rocerles.
FLOUR ! FLOUR !
At reduced prices.
Old Government Java Coffee 25c per lb.
Fine Butter 25c per lb, 41-2 lbs $1.
Splendid Cream Cheese loo 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
DIES.
Call and see us. Goods delivered to any part of the
city. .
ANDREW GOODMAN,
Nob. 160 and 162 Crown Street
GOODMAN'S BUILDING, FOUR DOORS FROM
CHURCH STREET, NEAR GRAND OP
ERA HOUSE.
aul2 Union Copy.
TRUNKS. TRUNKS, TRUNKS,
BAGS ! BAGS ! BAGS !
A complete stock of Tourists'
Articles. The only exclusive trunk
store in the city. Trunks, ISaars
and Sample Cases made to order.
Repairing a specialty. Old trunks
taken in exchange. Good Goods
at Low prices at
CROFUT & CO.'S,
SIO Cliapel Street
BELOW THE BRIDGE.
Go toS. S. Adams for Bar
gains in Groceries.
My 28c Coffee is of excellent quality and jmarau
teed strictly pure Old Government Java. The
same article that you pay 35c for elsewhere.
I still assert that I am selling the best Tea for 50c
lo to be tound iu tne city.
Butter and Epjs a specialty.
Mason's Improved Fruit Jars $115 per dozen
3 lbs best Carolina Rice 25c.
3 quarts White Beans 25c.
I sell strictly for cash.
Telephonc.
S. S. ADAMS,
THE SQUARE THING
is to sell only the
with good weight and at a low price. That's how
we get trade. Read for vourself.
CHOICEST CREAM BUTTER, warranted equal to
any sold in the city, for 25 cents a pound or 4V.
pounds tor i-l.oo.
lOOD SWEET BUTTER, 20 cents per pound.
BUTTER in 6 pound pails.
$1.37.
" 10 " tubs.
2.20.
50
10.00.
Family Flour, $4.50 per barrel.
Best
Family Flour, SB.OO per barrel
By the bag,
Goc. 80c. S1.00.
Pure Old Gov. Java Coffee, 23c per pound.
I ine Teas. 20c. 30c. 40c. 50c oer nouml.
Choice White Syrup and Molasses, 45c per gallon.
Water White Oil. 150 test. 15c oer gallon.
LEHIGH COAL always 25c a ton cheaper than
tue OLuer ueaiers.
nm w i-i uimurrc
34 ( HIHCII STREET. oc7
TREES AND TURFING
rpHE undersigned having had fortv vears' exreri-
JL ence in grading and turfing are prepared to do
jvuo au mivi u uulujc tuiu
At Seasonable Prices.
Full line of Shade and Ornamental Trees at our
Nursery, call or address
LEVI DOH MAN fc SON, 710 Dlxwell Aie
oc718t
THOMAS PHILLIPS & SON,
DESIGNERS AND SCULPTORS
. IN
GRANITE.MARBLE &ST0NE
OFFICE AND STEAM WORKS,
143 IIIOII STREET,
Near the Grove Street Cemetery.
BRANCH Opposite the entrance of the Evergreen
Cemetery, New Haven, Conn.3
The largest and most varied assortment of M on u
ments. Tablets, Headstones, etc., to be found in the
State will be kept finished at both establishments.
Agents for the Westerly, Quincy, Red Beach and
coccn uramte yuames. oc4tf
- M. B. SCOTT
Has removed from his old stand in Center street to
FOSKETT & RISIIOP'S,
4C2 State Street,
Where he will keep the largest assortment of
Gas Fixtures, Fancy and Colored
Globes, Shades, Student Lamps
and Lamps ofall kinds, Oil,
ic, Act
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting and Steam Fitting.'
All goods and work warranted.
OLD FIXTURES REBRONZED.
THE IU U ROYAL
.a. urn? jebMto v jlj,
r ITU new improvements, realizes fully that
TV ideal of beauty and utility which the public
taste has long demanded in a heating stove. The
decorative features are of a high order. Its practi
cal features are PERFECT. The upper panels are
ornamented with LOW'S ART TILES. All the
edges and mouldings are steel finished. It has pat
ent dual grate, double flues in base, double side
flues, gas tight magazine cover, with many other
valuable features. Hundreds have been sold in this
city. S. E. Dili It ,!:, 539 (;rand St.
se27tjanl
THE PEOPLE LIKE IT i
What more refreshing and satisfying than a cup of
COFFEE OK TEA
when the goods come from
Dawson's Popular Store,
STATE ST.,
Yale - Bask Building.
They sell at low prices
AT DAWSON'S,
And Give A Cood Article.
COFFEES ROASTED DAILY.
iy28
KILBOURN'S
CO
CO
GO
CS3
FAIjL hats.
Now readv at the very lowest prices. Call and
examine before purchasing elsewhere. 81 (J Chapel
street. New Haven, Co , ocd
1
5?
New Haven & Northampton It. R,
ON AND AFTER SEPT. 89, 1884, TRAINS WILL
LEAVE NEW HAVEN at 7:15 a. m., 10:25 a. m. and
4:10 p.m. for New Hartford, Westfleld, Holyoke,
4-10 p. m. for Iew iartrora, vvestneia, uoiyoK
CiiiiAmshiire. Turner's Falls and North Adams.
At 6:25 p. m. Accommodation Train for New Hart
ford and WilUamsbureh.
Trains will arrive from Williamsburtrh and all in-
termediate points at :r a. m. ana irom iNonn i
Adams, Turner's r aiis, ana an paints oetween, ac
11:53 a. m., 5:wp. m. ana airas p. m.
For particulars see small time tables at all sta-
tions. S- B. OP DYKE, Jr., Supt.
New Haven and Derby Railroad
Train Arrangement commencing July 16, 1834.
LEAVE NEW HAVEN
At 7:00 and 9:50 a. m., 2:00, 5:45, 6:20 p. m. Satur
days at 11:00 p. m.
LEAVE ANSONIA
I At fi:35. 9:05 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 New Haven j
tVm nrinpimt lraina rf nthpp rruiiH wntrinf 1
fhom E. S. OUINTARD. Sup't.
ai i
there.
New tiaven, juiy ic, its.
Philadelphia and Reading It. It.,
(BOUND BROOK ROUTE.)
FOR TRENTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
North
Station in New York, foot of Liberty Street,
Kiver.
COMMENCING JUNE 22. 1884.
Leave New York for Trenton and Philadelphia
4:00.7:45,9:30,11:15 a.m., 1:30. 4:00, 4:30, 6:30,7:00
and 12:00 p. m. Sundays 8:45 a. m., 5:30, 12:00 p. m.
For Sunbury, Lewisuurg ana wimamsport, v:4o a
m. and 4 p. m. Drawing Room Cars on all day
trains and fcieepine cars on metre trains.
Leave Phiiaaeipnia, corner jNintn ana ureene
streets, 7:30, 8:30, 9:30, 11:00 a. m., 1:15, 3:45, 5:40,
6:45, 12:00 p. m. aunaays e:au a. m., 5:3U,ia:uu jn.
Leave 3a ana iserKS sis. o:iu. b:w. :uu. iu:su a. m
1, 3:30, 5:20, 6:30 p. m. Sundays 8:15a. m., 4:30 p. m.
6:20, 8:03, 0:00. 10:08, 11:35 a. m., 1:54. 4:22, 6:24, 7:28
t. m. Sundays l:Sio. s:l a. m., b:ia p. m.
C. G. HANCOCK, H. P. BALDWIN,
G. P. & T. A., Philadelphia, Gen. East. Pas. Agt,
J. E. WOOTTEN, Gen. Manager.
au!8tf
Housatonic Railroad.
COMMENCING SEPT., 29, 1881.
Trains Leave New Haven via N. Y.. N. H. & H.
R. It. at 9:30 a. m. and 4:07 p. m., connecting at
Bridgeport tor 1'iitetield and intermediate stations,
Albany via state lids ana Saratoga.
a. ij. avjkiijIj. uencrat -ncicei Agent.
W. H. YEOMANS, Superintendent
General Offices, Bridgeport, Conn.
IP YOU ARE GOING
WEST OR SOUTH
TRAVEL BY THE
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
The Rest Railroad in the World.
4 DAILY EYPRESS TRAINS TO THE WEST.
AppIv for tickets and full information to J. N.
States, ticket agent, N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., New-
Haven. ja7
Naugatuck Railroad.
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
tram lor w ateroury, i.itciineia ana v in
stead.
9:50 a. m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown,
Litchfield. Winsted.
:"00 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger
tram ior vvaterourv.
fr.45 p. m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown,
iatcnneiu. winstea.
6:20 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia for Waterburv.
FOR NEW HAVEN Trains leave Winsted: 7:10
a. m., 1:28 p. m., with through cor. and at 5:25 p. m.
XfiAUS a l.r.-'i. v s v-Aitituofti ab D:au a. m..
8:20 a. in., through car. 10:o0 a, m.,. 2:44 p. m.,
through car, 0:45 p. m.
uituitum v. MiA.t;ii Ejupc.
Bridgeport, July 17, 1881.
New York, New Haven Sc. Hart
ford B. R., Sept. !M, 1SS4.
TRAINS LEAVE NEW HAVEN AS FOLLOWS
FOR NEW YORK 3. 58, 4:18, 4:28, 5:15, 0:30, 7:30
8:10. 8:30 ::, 10:40. 12:ou noon, (I:U0P. n
way train to Stamford), 1:30, 2:30, 3:50 (4:07
wav to Stamford, thence Ex. to New York).
5:07. 5:4-2. . 7:15 milk tram with pass.
commodation stops at all stations except Cllen
brook, Sound Beach, Cos Cob, Harrison, Larch
mont and Pelhamville. (8:00 wav to Bridgeport).
8:38, p m., 9:05t Sundays, 3:58, 4:18, 8:00
a. in.. 5:00. 7:15. 8:38 n. m.
WASHINGTON NIGHT EXPRESS VIA HARLEM
RIVER Leaves at 11:50 p. m. daily, stops at
Diuiuiu, ii iu&eioi V, ouuu
ford.
FOR BOSTON VIA SPRINGFIELD 1 :02 night.
6:52,8:00, 11:05 a. m., 1:10, 3:13, :2(i p. m.
Sundavs. l:l night. 0: p. m.
FOR MONTREAL via Conn. River and C. V. R. R.
11:05. ft. m.. G:26 ix ni. dailv except Sunua v.
FOR BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PROVI
DENCE 12:45 night, 10:25 a. in., fast express
(3:15 Newport Express, goes no farther than
Providence), 4:10 p. m. Fast Express, Sundays
12:45 night.
FOR BOSTON VIA HARTFORD AND N. Y. & N
E. R. R. 2:30 a. in. dailv.
FOR HARTFORD. SPRINGFIELD AND MERIDEN.
ETC 2:i5 mgiit, i:0!S nignt (."a: so a. m to
Hartford, 6:33. 8:00, 10:25, 11:05 n. m., 12:10
noon, 1:16, 3:12, 4:50 (5:55 to Hartford), 6:26,
S:l" p. m. Sundays i:u Burnt, 'n.xa p. m.
FOR NEW LONDON, ETC 12:45 night, 7:55
(this train connects with steaniooat at New Lou
don for Block Island), 10:35, 10:35 a. m., 3:15,
4:!0, 5:05, 0:13 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, Wdhmantic. Etc. Leave New Haven for
oil stations at 8:15 a. in., 1:3.", 6:20 p. m. Con
nect at Mi'.ldletown with Conn. Volley R. R.
ami at Wiiiimantic with N. Y. & N. E. and N. L.
A N. R. R., at T-jrnerville with Colchester
Branch. Trains am 7e m New Haven at 8:00 a.
in.. 1:22. 8:29 D. m
E. M. REED, Vice Presidont.
Express trams.
tLoeal Express.
IE ' ENTIRE WHEAT,"
rrIIE most nutritious and healthful Flour in the
ed by the leadine
u ithcoMiNl
j nvnu. useu tuiu. tuuuirru
Dlivsieians of this country. It
FLOUR. A boon to dyspeptics and all who work at
sedentary occupations, r or sale oy
N. V. MERWIN & CO,
Sole Agents, and dealers in Flour, Grain, Meal
Feed.leta.. a
178 and 180 State and 1, 3 and 5
Cieorsre Streets. sela 3m
DO YOU KNOW
That the Troy Steam Laundry's office and work
are at bO center street ? ana
THAT
Our object is to build up our trade by pleasing
our patrons ? and to do this we must Rive them bota
good work and careful attention, which we positive
ly do, ana tnat
WE ARE
Connected by telephone, so that you can give
your order and have your linen called for and re-
turueu. cXiiu. wo ntuiaui ciuvi. j uu niu iimi in
THE BEST !
TROY STEAM LADHDEY.
80 CENTER STREET.
A. J. CRAWFORD & CO.,
Another Reduction.
rriHE New Ilaven Butter Store has aerain reduced
JL to a great extent the Butter to such a price that
everybody must oe satisnea with the price aua qual
ity. Our trade has increased largely. We ean save
everybody 5 cents on the pound. Stores, hotels and
restaurants ean oe suppnea uy tne tun or greater
quantity. Fresh Eggs as low as the lowest in market
at wiioiesaie ana retail.
116 Congress Avenue.
A. EM3 II L IS ERG,
NEW HAVKIV
WINDOW SHADE CO.,
MANUFACTURER OF
WHTOOW SHADES,
And Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Tiireouiaii Curtains,
Madras Curtains,
Lace Curtains,
Cornices, Cornice Poles, Etc.
By making a specialty of these goods we are able
to snow the largest assortment, and offer all good3
i n 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.
SIR. 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.
-Open Monday and Saturday evenings.
N. B.
au27 (AFTE1L)
FRO-VOLTAIC PaLT and other Electrio
ppi.iamtk nrn (lmh -n IU Tiava Trial TO
mm vtiLtW vuiiacj a it old, utio are suirer
1ns from Kkrvous Deeii.it-. Lost Vitality-,
"Wasting Whkmssses, ami ail those dfaeases of a
PEitsoxAi. ICatubb, rcenltinj? from Abuses and
Orusn Cacs':v. Spceiy relief and complete
restoration lo IThalth, Vioob and Manhood
Guarantefd. Snl at ouc for Illustrated
Pamphlet free. Address
VOLTAIC nn.T CO., rUnrwhnlL Mlclt.
DUMNT
Has made a
great reduc
tion in Elgin
andlValthum
Watches.
Call and get
.. his prices be-
fore making
, purchases
elsewhere.
Jl H.G.Durant,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER
aii iLinus oi repairing aone at short notice, sea)
NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT CO-
T) A TT.Y TiTN'P. fAP -vunr vln tr
1 ""htUB fllSW I0BK.
Fare $1, Including Rend.
TICKETS FOE THE ROUND TRIP $1.50.
The steamer C. H
I" v i, HAM- Captain F. J.
stre" H J- - ?n-
reck, win leave
days excepted.
& Bishop, 702 Chapel street, w.7ffi i
Store, corner of Chanel nH n,i7 L'!CB s Dru
Steamer CONTINENTAL, Contain stiiSU i. -New
Haven at 10:15 Sundays Scented eavos
Slip at 3 p. m., CONTINENTAL at 11 oSw
Sundaysexcepted-Saturday night at la o'clock
Sunday Night Boat for New York
The steamer NEW HAVEN, Captain Walter r
Post, leaves New Haven at 10:30 p. m. State rS.
sow at uie ifciiiot Housa Free Stage from Insm-
Kh
Tickets sold
-i
JAMES H. WARDJ.
ANCHOR hie:
U. S. MA IT. RTBUlsnnw
T 'rj New York every Saturday for
GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY
v-m.u i uooko ro sou. second Class S35. Steer
I'assage (to or from) $15.
Newborn to Liverpool vlaquccnstoivn
From Pier No. 41 N R New York
AirJrBrAH ", ,lo',in via Plymouth.
AUSTRAL sails Saturday, Oct. IN, 4 p. m.
Superb accommodations for all classes nt r,oCC,
Ea
:arin,?fSa$60V,J100accordinK to accommo
dations. Second Oln.sa Alio ,
For passage, Cabin Plans, Book of Rates, etc. ai,
Sly to
iENDERSON BROTHERS. New VorV
BUNNELL & SCRANTON, 216 Chapel St.
Rational I Ine nl'ki..
BETWEEN NEW YORK, LIVERPOOL, QUEENS
imiviiabulusuon D1RECET.
Sailmi? Weelrltr fivxm il . .
r.S?? am2n ,the 'argest steamships crossing
S S"VC- Cabin rates, $50 to glOO; Excursions
at special rates; outward steerage 817. and pro-
borage tickets S19. ' Being $2 lower tW
I- h-ne- - lyew steamship America's llrs
trip to New ork, 6 days, 15 hours and 41 imputes
. .... nuKM', Manager.
AKfStej1' New Haven, BUNNELL SCRANTON
A. MCAL1STER, GEORGE
M. DOWNES & SON, K DOWNES.
till iOl
STARIN'S LINE.
Daily Except Saturday.
Leave New Haven from Starin's Dock at 10:15 p
' Tho JOHN H. STARIN, Captain McAlister
;ery Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The ERAS
-. vv.u-..,uL vupuiiu opuur, every luonuay.
Wednesday and Friday.
iveiurnuig leave JNew lore irom Pier 18, foot or
Cortlandt street, at 9 p. in. the STARIN every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday; the CORNING
every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The onlv
Sunday night boat from New York.
Fare, with berth in cabin, gl ; stateroom $1. Ex
cursion tickets $150.
r ree l.oacn leaves the depot on arrival of Hart
ford tram. Leaves corner of nhm-.-h nn.i r'b.n.
streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 p. m.
at L.
'ontine
and at the International Exchange, 31 Center street
J. M. (JUNliLlN, Agent,
nuX New Haven, Conn.
ir. Jolaii L Lyon's
Grand Medtcml and SorIcal Oflice.
THE old rollblo, most eelsbrstsd, attlltnl ai
nccessf nl physician In this country, poramnent
iy lecated In ew liaven einco r.iv, ic.-,. j.nw,.
Tire la announcing to tho citizens of the Unite.
Btates and elsewhere that ho Una removed hifl oLl
from l'J3 Chapel street, t.s I'J Church atree.
Koom 1 1, HoHilly I!al!'if!ft, opposite th
Poatoffice, w cnt HifjSt atalra ; en
trance eitber at 4'J Csmrcli street or 61
Urawn street, where the aiilictod cin consult hlBf
!n yrivate upon all dlisaees that Gcs i is heir to fron
Sa.m.to9p. m. Jr. Lyon will c:;nliiiuaa bemtolorf
to treat all dUenes of every nama ta i nituro wit!
that marvelous success which loiB : ara of exparl
anca has given him Thousands cf tetl iiuonla:s f tow
grateful patients SilKtohed Irom iu brink of tht
gray now rejoicing In tho t rfectli n of health attoa
the nnarrlng aiill of Dr. Lyon. He especi.dly invita
those whoae diseases nndcr other mtthoda of trsat.
ment hays raraalned intractua to cad upon hins
Vtalt him and he will at once d.;crlle yonr condition
Perhaps yon would ! iava baoc carel If yonr phyaiclaf
had understood your cats.
If yon have tried lor health and fulled it If no ra
son why yoa should not try a.-aln. Health Is pr
oious to all and If he oaunot relievo your caa ha wll
tell yon so. Ha can refer you to msn.-, perhaps worst
than yo. .re, that wera given up by tlieir paoician
wi,a Tinw a iiov cood health, lie will da
il your ease aorly that you will know lie per
r.5SK
pIiBhd by him, though no more wondarf ul than tu
ItlBonlythatrtlnB point to health for the physl
cl&n to understand your d'aeaae, and then admiolate'
the simpla remedy to remova that diaonsa. Come, ht
will do you cood. You may bo faithless. Ba wll
give you faith by his perfect knowledge of your die
eH. Come : he will remove that cough, pain In th(
bead, aide and back; remove lhat cold, ainklnf o:
burniDR at the atomacb, atiff jolste, rbeuniatiam
goat, fever, eoiea, cancers, flil lhanm, eryslpelae
ecild head and all bad humors, with hl vgatab
medioines.
Persons at a distance may consult Br. Lyon oy ii
ter (post-paid), desctibinft their caae, and havo mad:
cinea securely put np and forwarded by express
any part of the United States with full and expliot
direction for u a. Office arranged with separate
apartments so that patients see none but th doctoi
The following ar som-a of the diseBes which Jr
Lyon snccefsfully treats: Coughs, colds, conaump
tion, bronchi tic, asthma, aro throats, liver com
plaint, kidney complaint, scrofula, erysipelas. Ball
r bourn, cancer, tumors, rheumatis chronic and la
flammatory dropsy and plk-s-bbnd and bloedin
and all humors and eruptions of the blood and skin
He challenged the world to surpass Mm lu cleanslDi
tbe blood and entire system of ell impurities, i
class of diseases from the effects of which thousand
and tens of thousands go to a premature grave, I?
radically and permanently oured by Dr. Lyon, Hfc
success in thU clans of ailments ia net only gratify
ing bat simpiv wonderful. The p-tteot after putttnj
hlmce!f or herself under the doctor's treatment com
ratncs to improve at once, smU the sallow complex
ton and cadaverous appearauco iu nuwepdcu i-j
rosy cheeked hue of health. Therefore if yon auff
from any of the following ccnip3ui:its hasten ut one
to the offlcs of Pr. Lyon. Spermatorrhea or involua
tary s&minsl emissions, Beminai weakness, andeverj
species of genital irritaHity. gonorrhea, ayphillh?
gleet, prolapsus uteri or ial ing of the womb, lasoor
rhoa or whites, anl oV er aUrmlcg and painful oezB
plaint U cidental to both sex a.
T F.mai.ks The dikieaaca peenliar to females
caused by weahr.esa. deformity, . disoasa and fron
taking cold, euppreesion, Irre-mUriti-'a, palnfnl en
mxr-fact mi'Btniation, prnlapg is ntcri cr falllns
trie womD speedily; and effectually enreu conaarca
tion free. Advice and medicine given in all diseases
for $1 or more, according to tho severity of the case.
If you wish to oommunicate by letter, state fully your
disease, yonr age, symptoms, duration of illness, sup
posed cause and whether married or single, and in all
oases the most Inviolable secresy may be relied npev.
Enclose a stamp for return postage, and address all
sommnnlcatlons to or call upon Dr. J. L. Lyon, 49
Church street. New Haven, Conn.
Appended are a few testimonials. Want of space
forbida the publishing of more. Their names will be
cheerfully given to those desiring them by calling at
the doctor's office. Case en a is that cf a lady wh
was pronounced by throe of tho mont prominent phy
sicianaof her native city to bo in tho last stage ?
oonsumptlon, and told that her co-tie vae helpless and
hopeless. After being restored to sound heilth by
Dr. Lyon she sent the following letter, earnestly re-
Suesting that It should be published in the hope thaw
i might reach others similarly afflicted:
To all who may be afflicted with that common dis
ease, consumption, or any weakness of the lungs, 1'
would appeal to them to immediately consult Ir
John L. Lyon, of New llavrn, 'i:n., fee'dng en
that by so doing they may bo restore to health. F
several yoara I waa troubled with a cocb, hemo
rhage of tho lungs and the usual symptoms of col.
sumption. I consulted and was treated by some &
the most eminent physicians the connt y afford
without deriving any permanent benefit whateTcr.
In the spring of 1803 the d sease made such rapid
progress that my attending phyBic'an and friend
gave up all hopes of my recovery. On the lth o?
May, 1863, X consulted the above raa ed doctor.
was at that time reduced to a perfect wreck of my
former self, coughicg Incessantly, and it wo ild norn
Just on the verge of the grave. After the usual ex
amination he Jtindly but plainly lnfcrmod me as oth
ers had done, that my disease was iucurr-ble ; that I
had but a few montha to lire. Having great oonfl
dence in his skill, I Insisted upon his treating ruj
oaae. lie did ao ana with astomsuing aJccess. at
twenty days from the time I commenced the us ati
his medicines my cough was lees frequent, I uffrd
mo more from aemorrnage ci m rungs, ana tfty dj
day found the terrifying symptoms of ooc8!Jmpt;o
disappearing, and waa gradually regaining health ,
waa treated by him one year at the end of that tim
I can truly say I was restored te perfect health. Ii
Is now March, 1865, and no symptoms of the disease
are felt. X have reason to feel sure that I shall sufl'ea
no return rf tho disease, and It is not only a plea
nre to me. but a duty X feel that I owe to hundreds ei
sufferers who are being daily carried to the grave by
eonsumptloB, to rge upon them the necessity oi
ssaklnir relief where it may be found,
very respeoiiuiiy, u. m. o.
The lady who wrote the foregoing ooatmues In ir
feet health.
The following la an extract from r letter reeel?f
from a patient treated and cured of seminal wa&k
BBS!
Da. Ltok Dear Sir It Is impossible for ree to i al
ly expreao my gratitnde to you concerning the efTeoJ
which yonr medicine has produced upon my system.
I have lust finished the medicine you nut ui form
and oan truthfully ay that X feel m different being
Myappetiie is very regular ana x a in not trouDieti
with that dull headache that I once had. a&d aieev
never was so refreshing, aa X am not disturbed with
dreams. Before I came to you it was difficult for me
to confine tny thouchta for any length of time to any
subject, undoubtedly owing to that complaint, tjii
the contrast la quite noticeable, If I ever know oni
troubled with that complaint I shall immediately dl
rect them to you as an effectual means cf bttkx cub
for it seems te me that X almost owe my life to yon,
for If it had been allowed to grow upon me the tims
could not have been far distant when that incurablt
disease (consumption) would have baen deeply seate
in my system. Pleas accept my sincere thanka f
yonr treatment tnna far. I remain yonrs truly, -
ir.2AY'8 SPECIFIC MEDICI1VE,
rtAOS MARK Tna Oit EatnTSA9E MAt?K
Kkmkpv. An tDfAiluig cTU-l
cure ior &emimu wtu.
ness, Spematorrfaces, lm
potency, and all Distjwet
tnat follow aaa teqitenoa
ofSeir-Abase; as loss of
ft 1 emery, Universal Las
situde, Pain in the Balc.
Ihmm'M of Vision, Prema
tura Old Age. ninl ui-my -other
diaeatcs thallwdto
JEJQRS TAKIKB.""1 " Gvo-AFTR TAK!R8
bVTBBoralvertlseinePWi u reiam? diott, wu B1u?,i....v.
horn the medlcIiwUtxrticlitiwiftT bkfuhd, out e
tca-iafaetimrs, and the requirement re inch that tLev are i bom, r
n in, complied with. See their written Roaran.. A trial .-f one
OcicotjjtcfcouJiterfeiU, we haw adopt! U Ytllow WraPp ; r.
q v ffennlne. . , , . . , .
i.i;toevmoi. far The Swcifc-Mcrtii-inai ts sold by all drm,tJ
jt?lpeT packni;etOT.tiprxkaRt.-ic.r$6,crw;J ttuntfrce hr u.il
Tho Gray Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. V.
SOL.I BY KICHA1S03V Oc COk
rV ifAVSK. CCHU,
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