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August 26, 1885
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ttoffical.
Advert I ting Cheats !
It has become so common to begin an arti
cle in an elegrfnt, interesting style,
Then run it into some advertisement, that
Ve avoid all snoh,
And simply call attention to the merits of
Bop Bitters in as plain, honest terms as pos
sible, To induce people
To give them one trial, whloh so proves
their value that they will never use anything
else.
The remedy Is so favorably Noticed In all the pa
pers.
Relieions and Hecular. fa -
Having a large Bile, and is supplanting all other
medicines.
There is no use denying the virtues of the Hop
plant, and the proprietors of Hop Bittar hare
shown great khrewdcess and ability
In compounding a medicine whose virtues are so
. paipame 10 every one s ooserrauou.
Hardened Liver.
Five years ago I broke down with kidney
And liver complaint and rheumatism.
Since then I have been unable to be aboat
at air. My liver became hard like wood; my
limbs were puffed up and filled with water.
All the best physicians agreed that nothing
could cure me. I resolved to try Hop Bit
ters; I have used seven bottles; the hardness
has all gone from my liver, the swelling from
my limbs, and it has worked a miracle in my
case; otherwise I would have been now in
my grave. J. w. morey.
Buffalo, Oct. 1, 1881.
Poverty and Suffering;.
"I was dragged down with debt, poverty
and suffering for years, caused by a sick fam
ily and large bills for doctoring.
I was completely discouraged until one
' year ago, by the advioe of my pastor, I com
menced using Hop Hitters, ana in one montn
we were all well, and none of us have seen
sick day since, and I want to say to all
poor men, you can keep your families well a
year witn Hop fitters xor less man one aoo
tor's visit will cost. I know it."
A WORKINGMAN.
None genuine without a bunch of green Hops
on tne wmte laoei. smin ail tnevue, poisonous stun'
with "Hop1 or "Hops" in their name. alTeod&wlm
Frightful Case of a Colored Man !
I contracted a fearful case of blood noison In 1883.
I was treated by some of the best physicians ia At
lanta. They used the old remedies of Mercury and
Potash, which brought on rheumatism and impaired
my digestive organs. Every joint in me was swol
len and full of pain. When X was given up to die
my physicians thought it would be a good time to
test the virtues of Swift's Specific. When I com
menced taking S. S.. S. the physician said I could
not live two weeks under the ordinary treatment.
He commenced to give me the medicine strictly ac
cording to the directions, which I continued for
several months. I took nothing else, and com
menced to improve from the very first. Soon the
rheumatism le't me. my appetite became all right,
and the ulcers, which the doctor said were the most
frightful he had ever seen, began to heal, and by
the first of October, 1881, 1 was a well man again.
rifc I am stronger now than I ever was before, and
weigh more. S. S. S. has saved me from an early
Srrave. LEM McCLEN DON.
Lem McClendon has been in the employ of the
Chesa Carley company for some years, and I know
the above statements to be true. At the time he be
gan taking Swift's Specific he was in a horrible con
dition. I regard bis cure almost miraculous.
W. B. CROSBY, Manager
Chess Carley Co., Atlanta Division.
Atlanta, 6a , April IS, 18i
For sale by all druggists.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 8. Atlanta,
Oa., or 157 W. 23d St., N. Y. a21eodawnr
(OLD INDIAN CURE)
Is rapidly taking the lead of all other Blood Puri
fiers, being the original . 1 C Purely vegeta
ble, having no potash, mercury, or other drug in it
whatever. It is fast gaining the confidence of the
public all over the country.
Perut, Ga., Jane 16, 1884.
Old Indian Cure is a perfect blood purifier.
F. A. TOOMER, A. B., A. M-, M. D.
After twenty years' use of O. I. C. I can safely
recommend it as perfect a blood purifier as our ma
teria medica furnishes. JOSEPH PALMER, M. D.
Itake pleasure in saying that after using C bot
tles of O. I. C, for a case of Scrofula of 8 years'
standing, I am fully restored to health.
S. S. W. SMITH. Echeconner, Ga.
W. B. Jobson, Macou. Ga., writes: Two bottles
cured me sound and well of a long standing case ol
Rheu ' atism.
If you suffer from any disease due to impure
blood, a certain cure is within your reach. Order?
by mail promptly filled.
Tlio O. X. O. Oo.9
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Wednesday, Angngt 86, 1885.
AX SARATOGA.
One of Xle Orea Garden aarty Bwente
of Tne Seaion-Over S.OOO lllnmlna-tsn-ssmtf
of The Myrind of Lovely
ToiletsTike Little Cnerubs-lreml-nent
New xJavea People At The
SprlnKe-lHore- Hew H.ns Arrivals
-Garden Party Inter-State Protec
tion Against Pelo.
Saratoga, Sept. 25.--The tide of gayety
and mirth at Saratoga is siU it" height
and the floods of tourists to point con
tinue unabated. Semi-invalids, if such they
may be termed, are numerous, bttv lt sight
of in the throngs of pleasure seekers Jo whom
Saratoga is the acme of pleasure. Oio of
the most fashionable and noable events
of the season occurred Thursday afternoon
and 'evening, the 20th inst., at the Grand
Union, the largest hotel in America, and the
most popular in Saratoga. Extraordinary
efforts had been made to have this garden
party one of the most magnificent affairs,
and on a grander scale than any of previous
years, and its sucoess was most happily real j
ized by the vast numbers present. To even
attempt a full description of its gorgeous
ness would be as great a task as to convince
the minds of some of our New Haven citizens
of the elegant appearance of our State House
in its present condition.
The beautiful park of the hotel was deco
rated in a manner far superior to any of the
past seasons. Banning upon, wires in vari
ous directions suspended from the stately
elms were numberless Chinese, lanterns of va
rious shapes and sizes, while at various points
were suspended flags gracefully festooned.
The dancing pavilion was erected in the cen
ter of the park and surrounded and overtop
ped with colored tarletan artistically arranged,
while coats of arms, glittering stars
and brilliant reflectors were placed in a
manner to add to the attraction. Over two
thousand lights illuminated the four acres of
grounds embraced in the park. The many
electric lights displayed with grandeur the
whole scene and made the crystal-like
fountains shed forth sprays of rainbow varie
gations. In the afternoon over two hundred juve
nile beiles and beaux kept lively step to the
inspiring music of Napier Lothian's cele
brated orchestra. Many of the masters and
misseB were most gorgeously arrayed and
well represented some of the leading families
of the land. In the evening the climax of
the garden party was reached. Soon after 8
o'clock the spacious - piazza and park were
thronged with multitudes of ladies and gents,
many of them in full dress. The number
present was about six thousand and em
braced many of the most noted people in this
country, and not a few from foreign lands.
The occasion was a most pleasant one, and to
be long remembered by its participants.
Nothing but a fairyland description can
equal it. The charming ladies most elegant
ly attired, the gallant gentlemen doing the
escort, numberless tinted silks, satins and
velvets, trimmed with a profusion of "real
point," the sparkling diamonds, exquisite
gems set in rare designs, all bespoke an
abundance of wealth and made up a scene of
grandeur rarely to be witnessed
in one evening's entertainment. The occasion
spoke volumes of the good judgment and ar
tistic taste displayed by Judge Hilton and
Henry Clair of the Grand Union, under
whose direction the whole affair was
planned and so successfully carried out. I
will only mention a few of the rich costumel
worn, with a brief description.
Children's party Miss Estelle Campbell
looked beautiful in a delicate rose pink otto
man silk trimmed with swan's-down. Miss
Dorita Murray, Oriental lace dress, garnet
silk velvet overdress made with shepherd's
waist, laced with garnet cords.
Betta Murray, daughter of Judge Murray
of New York, looked lovely in pink surah
trimmed with creme silk, embroidered ruf
fles, pink satin slippers.
Miss Bruce Falconer, in royal purple silk
velvet kilt suit trimmed with seal duchess
lace.
Marie Kane, pink satin trimmed with wine
colored satin, Egyptian lace fedora, "Jack"
roses.
Miss Mildred, Plainfield, New Jersey,
creme nun's veiling trimmed with fedora
lace, wine silk bodice, diamond crescent.
Evening party Mrs. Dr. Eldridge, of
Elinira, steel satin covered with real Chaa
tilly lace, Queen Elizabeth collar, crimson
and gray ostrich tips for bouquet de cor
sage. Mrs. A. P. Newell, of New York, a stylish
blonde, white India silk trimmed with real
duchess lace, diamond ornaments.
Mrs. Carrie Pieser, of New York, black
satin, black Spanish lace overdress, tea roses
for bouquet de corsage, Old Mine diamonds
of great brilliancy.
Miss Mamie A. Taylor, of Cincinnati, ele
gant costume of heavy white gros grain silk
trimmed with real lace, amber and pearl
beaded lace sleeves, pearl ornaments.
Miss Lillie Coate, of St. Louis, pink cos
tume trimmed with real point lace, collar of
rare emeralds and superb diamonds.
Miss Hawks, of New York, a rich dress of
white India Bilk, full drapery and trimmings
of crystal, Marie Antoinette collar, diamond
ornaments.
Miss Annie Ottman, New York, an elegant
imported costnme of green colored satin
trimmed with natural birds, diamond orna
ments. Mrs. Judge Schley. New York, Fifth ave
nue, white brocaded satin, Medicis lace over
dress, diamonds.
Mrs. John Dnrand, one of Worth's cos
tumes, a velvet brocaded satin en traine,
canary satin front, rare point lace flower
ings, 'duplicates of Princess Stephanies, rare
diamonds.
Mrs. ex-Senator Stockton, of New Jersey,
white brocaded satin en traine,tiimmed with
point lace, lavender ostrich tips and dia
monds. Mrs. Russell Sage, New York, an elegant
black satin, silver panels on sides, brocaded
front, rare diamonds.
Mrs. C. A. Bandonine was noted for her
elegant costume of mauve satin en traine, cut
decollete, diamond necklace and ornaments of
rare quality, point lace shawl and fan to
match.
The hops given several times each week at
the various hotels are elegant affairs.Beantirul
ladies and rich costumes abound and the
rarest diamonds are continually flashing from
the neck, throat, bosom and arms of the
above said. At the hop at the United States
Hotel last Saturday evening Mrs. Mitchell,
wife of Hon. Charles L. Mitchell of New
Haven, was noted for her elegant appear
ance. She wore a beautiful black satin with
overdress of black thread lace, magnificent
diamonds.
Among the New Haven ladies and gents
conspicuous as promenaders at the garden
party were: Ex-Governor English, Hon.
Charles L. Mitchell and wife, C. Berry Peets
and wife, Henry Parmelee and wife, A. C.
Wilcox and daughter, E. Henry Barnes and
wife, Charles H. Webb and wife, F. L.
Cowles and wife, ex-Mayor Robertson, Hen
ry A. Warner and wife, Wyllis Smith and
wife, Miss Dawson, Colonel Healey, Deacon
Lewis Fitch, wife and daughter, Jedediah
Wilcox, Dr. R. S. Ives, J. T. Piatt and Prof.
Simeon E. Baldwin.
The American Bar association meetings
here during the past few days have been
largely attended by prominent lawyers from
various parts of the country. Professor
Baldwin and Piatt were among that number.
At the Thursday's meeting Professor Baldwin
read a paper on the difference between the
professional and occasional criminal, tne
means of protection against them and of their
punishment. The report closed with a set of
resolutions asking that provision should be
made by law in every State for keeping the
record of the name, age,personal appearance,
residence, occupation and general antecedents
of every person who may be convicted in its
courts of felony, and subjecting all persons
who have been twice sentenoed to imprison
ment for any crime or misdemeanor to police
supervision and surveillance, and that the
committee on jurisprudence and law reform
be directed to prepare and draft laws for car
rying outjthe intent, of the above.
Saratoga races are, aa usual, noted and
well worth seeing, even by the veterans of
the turf, and the interest in the pool buying
is immense and extends into circles which at
home are accounted exceedingly staid and
not given to worldly vanities. The races are
patronized by all classes, and even the ladies
venture to try their luck in the pools.
The weather is cool and bracing, with a
little cloudy weather and occasionally a
shower. Thermometer this morning 60 de
grees. Occasionally the thermometer indi
cates 70 to 72. The atmosphere is devoid
of that sticky dampness often experienced in
cities near the seashore.
Arrivals the past week from New Haven
are as follows: Wyllis Smith and wife and
Miss Dawson, L. B. Farnam, E. W. Farnam,
F. E. Morgan of the Clock company and
wife, Miss Flagg, Miss E. Morgan, William
Neely, - S. J. "Metzger, W. H. Clark,
G. A. Connor, E. S. Wheeler and
wife, E. H. Dana and wife,
Henry A. Warner and wife, F. L. Cowles and
wife, E. M. Johnston, Lieutenant Wrinn and
family, C. Berry Peets and wife, Prof. Thom
as G. Shepard and wife, Prof. G. Bonney,
Lawyer Ullman. Judge York and wife and C.
M. Matthews and wife have gone from here
to the Adirondacks. Rev. E. E. Atwater is
at the Continental and claims much benefit
received from the daily use of the Hathora
nrinff water. Fx-Mavor Robertson is also
benefitted by the use of the mineral waters I
hex. Mr. Dibble, the Grand street plumber 1
and stove dealer", with his brother will be at
the Continental .Hotel this week to enjoy a
week's vacation. A concert and fine display
of fireworks will De given at (Jongress .Murk
Tit Thnrsdav ef veninir.
Deacon Lewis. Fitch and family leave, for
home to-day.
Jedediah Wiloiox's wife is quite sick.- and
under the physic ian's care at the Am erican
Hotel. She has a severe neuralgic , and. rheu
matic attack. W . A., a,
STATE COBBK8PONBKNCK.
milford.
Joha. W. Buckingham is the recipient of a
letter i rom Colonel Jt red u. Grant written
from M t. McGreeor acknowledging the reso
lutions- of sympathy sent by the George Van
Horn post, G. A. R., to Mrs. U. S. Grant on
tne dea-tn or ner nnsDana.
Rev. G. W. Bothwell, professor of the
theologi cal department of Strait college, (col
ored) Niw Orleans, La., was in town, last
Sunday presenting the needs of that college
and tryin g to interest tne entireties in. tins
narticnlai- work.
Rev. N- M- Calhoun is expected to "return
from his trip to Lake George tms werik.
Miss Mat-guerette Clark of Flatbus'n, L. I.,
is spending; a lew weeks among ner mends
in this nlaoo.
The Chaut auqua circle will meet at the
residence of lira. Mary Carrington oft Thurs
day evening. '
Mrs. August'. Pell has presented Arctic fire
engine company No. 1 with $25 as an ac
knowledgment for the service they rendered
at the time ner tatners Darn was purnea.
The Beehive society expect to hold a re
union at the Washington Bridge House next
Wednesday.
Nelson Tibbals has returned from a trip to
Mexico and is visiting friends m tnis place.
.Mr. Charles W. Merwin is undergoing
treatment of one of his hands at the hospital
in New Haven.
Mr. E. B. Heady lias purchased a building
lot on Cherry street adjoining Mr. Gorham'a
and is uiaking preparations to erect a nouse
in the nuar future.
RaT, Mr. Axtelle has accepted the call to
Plymouth church and will begin his duties
September 1st. He ooonpid the pulpit last
Sundav and preached twW excellent ser
mons.
Mr. Baldwin, the organist of the First
church, is taking his vacation, and Mr. John
Marvin, of New Haven, presided at the organ
last Sunday,
Miss Kate Tibbals haa returned from a trip
to Northfield, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. George Merwin have re
turned from their wedding trip and are mak
ing preparations to occupy their new house
on Broad street.
Mr. George W. Carrington and family, of
Jersey City, N. J., are the guests of Mrs.
Mary Carrington.
Mr. Harvey. Clark and Mrs. Maria Clark
are sojourning among the bills of Cornwall,
Conn.
The object of attraction b.ioh drew quite
a number of our townspeople to Pond Point
last Friday morning was a contest of draught
oxen among the farmers in that vicinity.
Four pairs of oxen were tested as to their
powers of drawing a large load of stones on
a drag. After several trials in which all the
cattle displayed their strength well, the
judges, Mr. N. P. Merwin and Charles Gil
lette, awarded the money to Major L A.
Merwin and Miles B. Merwin, as the oxen
owned by each seemad to do equally well.
Cards are out for the wedding of Miss
Corinne M. Munson to Eugene B. Wilson .which
is to take place in the First church Monday,
August 31, at 5 o'clock p. m. Aug. 25.
Granbv.
District No. 4 is now moving to pay a dis
trict debt contracted some six years ago and
on interest ever since. One meeting has been
had to talk over the matter. Another meet
ing is to be had thiaweek to vote, if need be,
to liquidate the indebtedness by taxation.
The greater part of the debt was contracted
by the district voting to emoloy a teacher
several weeks longer than the school year
and paying her more than the school appro
priation. It is a kind of zeal bordering on
robbery in every instance. Let each district
pay the teachers asjtheir salary becomes due.
The longer a district (we speak of the coun
try) employs a teacher, and the more it pays
him, the more creditable to said district.
A district voting to increase its expenses
should at the same time vote to pay them in
stantly. August 25.
STATE NEWS.
Mr. George W. Judson occupied the pulpit
at the Concn-ecrational church in Stratford on.
Sunday. He has been at the Yale Theologi
cal school for one vear. His two sermons
vesterdav were vigorous and thoughtful pres
entations of some of the noble and inspiring:
troths of the New Testament. Mr. Judson
possesses unusual powers of thought and
gives promise or Decommg a preacnei ui uiucu
more than ordinary power. Bridgeport
Standard.
The Horalord Almanac and Coolc
Beolc
mailed free on application to the Rumford
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We differ in creed and politics, bnt we are
a unit all the same on the desirableness of a
fine head of hair. If you mourn the loss of
this blessing and ornament, a Dottle or two
of Parker's Hair Balsam will make you look
as von did in the dear old days. It is worth
trying. The only standard 50c. article for
the hair. myau awxocwim
Advice to mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for chiK
dren teething is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians in the
United States, and has been used for forty
years with never failing success by millions
of mothers for their children. During the
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tery and diarrhoea, gnping in tne bowels ana
wind colic. Bv giving health to the child it
rests e mother. Price 25c a bottle.
a9mws&wly
Reduced prices of mineral waters. We de
liver to consumers in any part of the city at
attractive rates.
ml4 eodtf WHrrnjssBT's Drug Store.
Bay Fever.
T t,BWA Kaon a tnvuit anffnmr from Kav fever
for fifteen years. I read of the many won
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I would try once more. In fifteen -minutes
after one application I was wonderfully help
oA Tin vrneks aco I commenced using it
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auai eodSWff
knaw THTjiRLF. bv reading the "Sci
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been eared. Adopted in Hospitals and by Phyat.
dans In Europe a America. 49-Varicoeele enred
without Surgery. Sealed Treatise free. Address
JUBETOlf REMEDY 00., cr Da. H. TBX8K0T.
g West 14th St.. Hew York.
ELECTRICITY IS LIFE.
Electricity will reach disease where medicine
has failed, as fifteen years1 experience has proved.
If you are troubled with Catarrh or Neuralgia or
Rheumatism, Throat or Lung troubles. General
Debility, Headache, Kidney Disease,
TRY ELECTRICITY,
Go and see Dr. Cummlngs. His method" differs
from all others. His success is wonderful. A spe
cially of Kidney Complaints, including -Bright's
Disease. Colsultation free. . :
DR. J. W. CUMM1NGS.
No 4 Church Street.
aul8 - ' WOOD'S BLOCK.
A Heavy Selling movement Prices
Drop Under the Pressure and Close
at Nearly the Lowest of the Day.
New York, Aug. 25, 1885.
The stock market this morning was extremely
Weak throughout. There was a decided pressure
to sell all the leading stocks, principally the
Oman as. Northwest, Ohio& Mississippi and Central
Pacific These stocks were the Weakest on the list
and recorded some sharp declines. The selling was
attended with much excitement at times and there
was little or no support given the list. At noon the
bottom figures of the morning were touched, prices
at that hour showing a decline from the closing
figures of last night ranging from 24 to 3 per cent.,
the latter in Omaha common. The sales for the
morning amounted to 157,000 shares. The selling
continued with but little interruption throughout
the afternoon. The bulls at one time held the
market up fractionally for some of the leaders, but
every improvement was taken as a signal to sell
and in this way values were kept down, the market
closing with prices within a fraction of the lowest
of the day. The specialties were neglected. The
sales aggregated 303,800 shares.
Honey closed easy at 1 per cent.
Exchange closed quiet. Fasted rates 4&1H485.
for sixty days and 48648T for demand.
Governments closed firm.
Closing prices reported over the private wires of
BUNNELL SCBANTON. Bankers and Brokere.1
1114 Aak.el
American Bell Tel 205. SOS
Alton and Terre Haute 26.
Alton and Terre Haute pfd 78 0
American District Telegraph
Boston & N. Y. Air Line pfd 95
Burlington and Quincy 130J
C. C. C. and 1 39)
Canada Southern S7
Canadian Pacific 43J(j
Central Pacific 8
Chicago and Alton 13&
Ool., Chic. & Ind. Central
Chesapeake and Ohio 7
Chesapeake and Ohio. 1st pfd. 12,
Chesapeake and Ohio. 2d pfd TJk,
Consolidated Gas
Del. Lack, and Western 101:
Del. and Hudson Canal 85
Denver and Rio Grande WVi
Erie 16-4
Erie pfd 3M
Erie Seconds....
Erie and Western 894
East Tenn.. Va. Jt Ga 6J4
pfd 86
Express Adams 11
American 97
United States 63
Wells Fargo U
Houston & Texas 9
Ind., Bloom. & West 13)4
Illinois : Central 131J6
97
131
40
48
45M
3Si
1W
ill!
8
S4!
aoijs
00
6
u
350
99
55
120
.32
Kansas & Texas 23
338
Lake Shore 71
Louisville & Nashville 45?s
Manhattan Elevatea ' 09
40
Mutual Union Tel
Michigan Central 00
M. and St. Louis
12
27
M. and St. Louis pfd
jnissouri racmc .-. "74
Morris and Essex 125
Nashville and Chattanooga 4i
New Jersev Central 48
127
41H
48
99Js
New York Central 90
New York &, New Ene 22J4.
New York. New Haven HartfordlSJ '
New York Elevated !4-t
N. Y., Chicago & St. Louis SJ4
187
pfd 514
New Central Coal 0
Northern Pacific - " 20Ja
Nortnern Pacific pfd 474
Northwest 100
Northwest pfa -.134
9
s9i
48
100H
13t
25
22
AorroiK ana west pia
Oil Certificates
Ohio and Mississippi
Omaha -
Omaha pfd
Ontario and Western
....10155
21 94
. 34
....
.... njg
79
1996
... 49?
13s
127
..... 2i
73
.... 31
-...119U
4?
.... 78j2
....iisjI
34
93?4
Oregon Navigation
Oregon Transcontinental..
SO
19W
racinc man
Peoria. D. and Evansville..
14
128
Pullman
Beading
Richmond and Danville
21
Richmond and west Point.
31S4
12014
5
Rock Island
Roches. ter and Pitts
St. Paul
St. Paul pfd
St. Paul and Duluth
St. Paul and Duluth pfd . . .
7856
114
St. P&ui, M. and M
Texas Pacific
-.105
16
50W
m
15
105
1J
50t4
Union Pacific
Wabash
6J6
Wabash pfd
Western Union Tel. ex div
15
68
em
42
West Shore
43
Pacific railroad bonds close d as follows:
Firsts 115Jall5J4
urants .luaiuy
Funds 121 Ua
Centrals 113 all3U
Government bonds closed as follows:
4s, '91
reg
....lllall2
4Vs, '91, coup
4s, 1907, reg
4s, 1907, coup
Currency 6s, 95
....113 a.Wi
lSHftan's
... .122Jal23
126 .
....127
....129
....131
133
currency os, ;o ..... .
Currency 6s. 97
Currency 6s, '98 ,
currency Be. 'w.
Chicago Ora'm and Provision mar
ket.
Closing quotations Reported over Private Wires
to Edwin. Rowe 4c Co.. Commission Mer
chants, 403. Mew York Produce Exchange, New
York.
The following shows the quotations at
(Chicago time) for the past three days:
Aug. 22. Aug. 24.
1 p. m,
Aug. 25
Sept.. .
Wltsat-i October
I May
Sept
Corn - October. . . .
May
(Sept
Oat October
I May
81
44g
43
24
245
8.82
8.90
8.87H
ISept
October...
f Nov
( Sept
- October . . .
Nov
Port
6.221
6.271
6.15
SURETYSHIP
AMERICAN SURETY COMPANY,
SEW YORK.
RICHARD A. ELMER, J-ws v w. BRIGGS
President. ?lje Prest.
Cash Capital, $Cui,000.
ACTS'AS SURETY FOR OFF1CEBS & EMPLOYES
of Banks. Railways, Express, Telegraph and Tele
mone uompanies, outer corporations anu ousiness
Bonds and undertakings issued in cases of ad
ministrators, assignees, official, appeal, arrest,
jruardians, indemnity, committee, attachment, in
junction, guardians ad litem, trustees, receivers,
replevin, security for costs, non-resident plaintiff.
N. D. Sperry, R. F. Lyon, E. K. Boyd,
Agents, No. 17 HOADLEY BUILDING, New
Haven. Conn. je23 3m
INVESTMENTS.
920,000 Harlem River & Port-
Chester Railroad Co. 'a 2d mort
sage 4 per cent. Oold Bonds,
due 1911.
Principal and interest guaranteed and paid, by
the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad'
Company.
For sale by
McALISTER & WARREN,
87 ORANGE STREET,
au21
POOR, WHITE & GREEN0UGH,
BANKERS,
Orders executed forjeash or onmargin for all se
curities current in the New York market. Corre
spondence invited.
MEMBERS OF THE NEW YORK STOCK EX
CHANGE AND PROPRIETORS OF POOR'S MAN
UAL OF RAILWAYS.
45 WALL ST. NEW YORK. "
TELEPHONE STOCK.
Southern New England Telephone scrip for sale
in small lots to parties who wish to convert their
scrip into stock
BUNNELL & SCRANTON,
Bankers and Brokers,
au6 732 and 734 Chapel St.
TO INVESTORS.
We call attention to our choice 7 and 8 per cent.
KANSAS FARM LOANS.
SAFE AMPLE SECURITY.
Loans ranging from J 200 upwards, in sums to suit.
or particulars inquire 01
CHARLES A, BROOKS & CO.,
mil 838 Chapel street.
WESTERN FARM LOANS.
Bearing seven per cent, interest, guaranteed by the
Equitable Mortgage Co., of Kansas City.
Interest payable semi-annually at our offices in
New York or New Haven.
We recommend our friends to invest In the
above, considering them as safe as any farm loans
offering.
W.T. HATCH & SONS,
BANKERS.
SOS - CHAPEL STREET.
Lake Shore and Michigan
Southern Railway
First Mortgage Consolidated T
percent, bonds. Due July 1,
10OO. Coupon or Registered.
- i For sale by
VERMILYE & CO.,
Nos, lO and 18 Nassau St.,
NEW YORK CITY.
1M. Ml Part MarM
P. BASSERMAN & CO.,
State Street near Humphrey.
-A run line of Meats, Including choice Beef. Veal,
mmo, writ, Hams, sausages, etc,
Also Vegetables.
and Chicken Dressed to
Order.
Prices Low and Goods Delivered
Promptly.
PFAFF'S.
We have unequalled facilities for supplying
PRIME MEATS
AND
PROVISIONS.
Chickens for Broiling and Roast
Ing.
L. O. PPAFF & SON,
7 and 0 Church Street.
PEACHES. PEACHES.
Peaches for Preserving.
Pcacliesfor the Table,
. Fresh fruit and vegetables received every morn'
ing. me snail nave for a few days longer genuine
native Huckleberries, firm and fresh. Now Is the
uuit) io preserve tnem.
Egg Plums 10c per quart.
Finest native Tomatoes 3c auart. 2 for Sc.
Evergreen Corn 12c dozen. Lima Beans 30c peck
....Minimi ii jueionts lou tJUca.
Potatoes 80c per bushel.
Apples 15c per peck.
Cooking Pears 40c per basket.
Fresh Eggs 18c per dozen.
Fine Table Butter 25c.
Best salt Codfish 5c per pound.
Call on us for FHF.rfnH Vtt.t. a ho a v
With every pound of Windsor Baking Powder we
i.v wi.vi .nuo CM1U 1UJ., UlfUt MilWJ. AUepOW'
er is guaranteed equal to any in use.
Smoked Shoulders 8c, Hams 12Uc, Lard 10c.
...... , l.n .w. 1 M 1.1 1
Meat market connected.
J. H. KEARNEY,
Elm City Cash Grocery,
74 and 76 Congress are,, Corner
mih street.
POTATOES.
Fine Early Rose Potatoes 20c peck, 70c bushel.
Peaches every day through the
season. .
Best Flour in the market only $6 per barrel, 85c
Best Butter 25c pound.
Good Butter 20c pound.
Sperry & Barnes1 best Lard 10c pound. Good
Lard 9c pound.
We are selling lots of that Elm City Soap at 5c a
Telephone. Goods delivered.
S. S, ADAMS,
740 Q-raxici Street.
Register copy. a20
HOME SLAUGHTERED
SPRING CHICKS.
ICE GOLD WATERMELON
Ready for the Table,
AT
HURLBURT BROS'.,
1.074 Chapel Street.
yi7
SALMON. SALMON.
SPANISH MACKEREL,
HARD & SOFT CRABS,
BLUEFISH, EELS,
Lobsters, Oysters,
Little Xeck Clams,
Sec, stcc, at
A. POOTE & CO.'S,
858 SSTMTEI
au'5
SPANISH MACKEREL
FRESH SALMON.
Halibut, Sea Bass, Blueflsb, Codfish, Fresh Macker
el, ttutternsn, roreies, uouna ana
Long Clams.
Fowls and SDline- Chickena rimmed tn nntar.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal
ana tTcsn 1'orK,
Smoked Tongues, Hams, Shoulders, Dried Beef,
inKLH8 rsacon.
Oranges, Lemons, Bananas, Pineapples, Tomatoes,
iucuuiuenj, ouussii, rseeis, etring iseans,
Champion Peas, New Cabbages, New
Potatoes. All at low prices.
JUDS0X BROTHERS'
PACKING
AND PROVISION CO.
505 AND 507 STATE STREET.
Jyio
There is Something In It!
AS the fat woman said after a hard struggle to
fret on her atockinsr. and thft pndrmnn, -saIm
or nutter at low prices oy oeorge Hughes after a
hard struggle with high priced dealers shows there
.a auuictuuii; 111 u mat peupie appreciate.
s i - roDsai nest stutter 91.
Fine Vermont Butter 20c pound.
STork State Butter 18c pound.
Cooking Butter 16c pound.
Best New Process Flour $6.
Best Family Flour $5.50
Good Family Flour $4.50.
Best Old (idvfrnmpnt .lapft rvAAA IK JL IK.
91. inoice new crop j.eas witn china cup ana sau
cer free.
LEHIGH COAL cheaper than the combination.
Geo. W. H. Hughes,
dependent Coal Sealer,
auas 34 Church Street.
S TRADE MASK.
OAP
PAYS NO
FANCY PROFn
But is an original compound
made from the PURESTJ
STOCK, and ia sold by the
makers and dealers nearer the
cost of production than any
other Laundry Soap in the
market. See that you get this
Soap, and not accept any of
the numerous imitations that
pay the grocer more money
to recommend. The word
WELCOME and the Clasped
Hands are on every bar.
Silver PMii.
Now is a favorable time for having table ware, ia
fact any kind of silverware,
RE PLATED,
as silver is exceptionally low in. price andV tiires
- - are dull.
C. COWLES & CO.,
47 OBANCE STREET,
auSO
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SP
CP
HAS purchased the meat market formerly oc
cupied by G. F. Gerner in the same building
with his grocery store and fish market and connect
ed the three stores so that his customers need not
go outside for anything in the eating line.
WHY has his business grown from a small begin
ning to its present dimensions in a little over two
years?
BECAUSE he has tried his best to please his cus
tomers, kept only reliable goods, attended, to his
own business, given honest weight and measure,
sold goods as cheap as he could and be honest with
himself and those who gave him credit, had the
same price to everybody. ' In fact, tried to do to
others as he would have others do to him.
He has three stores in one building, keeps six
clerks, runs thi ee teams, and it will pay you to give
him a call. Telephone connection.
&60-S64 STATE STREET.
je!5
Advice Given
FREE OF CHARGE.
Anyone wishing to know where they can purchase
their Groceries, Meats and Vegetables,
- the best of quality at the lowest
market price and for cash, -can
get that informa
tion by calling
on
J. E. NORTHROP,
965 Grand Street.
P. S. I am also agent for the Health Food Co.,
of New York. - jy31
FRISBIE & HART,
350 and 352 State St.
We offer an especially fine as
sortment of
Choice Fruits.
INCLUDING
Apples, Peaches, Water
melons, Citrons, Pears
and Grapes.
Also Very Clioiee White Celery,
the first of the season.
OTTO DIETTER'S
Is the Place if you Want First'
Class
ME ATS AM VEGETABLES.
CHICKENS TO ROAST OR BROIL.
Fowl home dressed. Evervtnin? that a first'
class market affords you will find there at orices
lower tnan tne lowest.
Groceries of all kinds you will find, and the
prices are rignc every ume.
tjome ana see ior yourseir.
Tell your neighbors of the bargains you can get
at
OTTO DIETTER.
Corner Woostor and Chestnut Streets,
Telephone.
SPRING CHICKENS,
20 Cents a Pound.
FOWLS,
18 Cents a Pound at
It. SCHON MERGER'S,
ni2i 1,2,3 Central Market.
BROADWAY CASH STORE
Spring Lamb Reduced.
Spring Lamb, hindquarter. 18c.
Spring Lamb, forequarter, 15c.
Spring Lamb, leg, 20c.
Spring Lamb, loin, 18c.
Spring Lamb, chops, 20 and 24c.
Spring Lamb, to stew, 10c.
Sugar Cured Hants, 11c.
Sugar Cured Shoulders, 8c.
Fresh and Salt Pork, Sc.
Lard, kettle rendered, 9c,
Kidnev Suet. 6c.
New York State Creamery Butter 23c lb, 4V6 lbs
for 81.
Knmne-1 TtucKens zfsc. resn tL,sces zuc aozen.
Save vonr monev and come to the Broadwav
Cash Store. Meat and Groceries we sell cheaper
than anv other house in tne city.
PAUL Jlvi I K ac HKU,,
au21 lOl AND 107 BBOADffAY
PEACHES. PEAGHES.
We' offer this morning a fine lot of Yellow
Peaches for canning purposes the best lot we have
had this season. Price low for the quality. Re
member we are headquarters for Peaches, and
everything in the fruit line.
Native Tomatoes, very line, 45c basket, 4c quart.
Native Whorttleberries, very ne, only 11c quart.
Large Sweet Potatoes at 40c peck.
200 large Watermelons at 15 to 18c each.
Large Sweet Corn at 12c dozen. -
Native Lima Beans 30c peck,
Fine Cooking and Fating Apples 15c peck.
Red Bananas SO and 25c dozen.
BUTTER.
BUTTER.
GO tubs of Fancy Creamery Butter, guaranteed
to suit everybody and warranted to be pure, at 24c
pound; 44 pounds for $1.
NOTICE. NOTICE.
On Wednesday, September ?, occurs our annu a
picnic at Pawson Park, therefore our stores on
Congress avenue and at Fair Haven will be closed
from 9 a.m. until 6 p. m. Please bear this in mind
and come and see us Tuesday or Thursday.
D. M. WELCH & SON,
Congress Avenue and Fair Haven.
French Villa Soap.
200 BOIES IN TRANSIT.
Will be ready for delivery Tnurs.
day, 37th Inst. V
J. D. DE WELL & CO.,
233 to 239 State Street.
ass
Connecticut River had.
TjUtESH SALMON, Fresh and Salt Mackerel
- - i lUAorra. otuif uu, .raauuwA, ouijnu nans.
Lake White, Snappers, Round and Long Clams,
Lobsters. Ovsters. &c. If you want a good ai tide
call or telephone your orders to
Reed's Slarket, 59 Church Street
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICB.
21 H. W. SUITH, Manager.
THEJVIAILS. .
NEW HAVEN P0ST0FFICE.
AUGUST 1, 1885.
Office Hours March 1 to November 1, 7:00 a. m.
to 8:00 p.m. November 1 to March 1, 7:30 a.m. to
8:00 p.m. Open on Sundays from 18:00 m. to 1:00
p. m. .
Vestibule open for the accommodation of the
holders of Lock Boxes from March 1 to November
1, from 5:00 a. m. to 12:00 midnight. From Novem
ber 1 to March 1, from 5:30 a. m. to 12:00 midnight.
Sunday nights from 8:00 to 11:00 p. m.
ARRIVAL ANT DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
New York Open 7:00, 8:80, 11:30 a. m., 2:00, 3:80,
4:30, 6:55, 7:50 p. m. Close 5:30, 9:00, 11:15 a. m '
12:45, 1:80, 4:30 (7:30 daily, including Sundays)!
11:00 p. m
New York Railroad Way Open 8:30, 11:30 a. m.,
7:45 p.m. Close 5:30, 9:00 a. m., 1:30 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and South
ern States Open 7:00, 8:30, 10:40 a. m. Close 5:30,
9:00 a. m., 4:20 (7:30 daily, includingSundays),ll:O0
Chicago and Western States Oien 7:00. 10:00 a.
m., 8:00, 9:30 p. m. Close 5:30, 9;00 a. m., 4:20 (7:30
daily, including Sundays), 11 p. m.
Albany and Northern New York Open 7:00, 10:00
a. m., 2:00, 6:55, 9:80 p. m. Close 7:00, 9:00, 11:15 a.
m.. 1:30, 5:00, 7:30, 11:00 p. m.
Boston Open 7:00 a. m., 12:30, 2:00, 4:30, 5:80, 9:30
p.m. Close 7:00, 10:30 a. m., 12:45,3:15,5:00, 11:00
p. m.
Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont Open 7:00,
10:00 a.m., 2:00, 4:30 9:30 p. m. Close 7:00,10:00 a. m.!
5:00, 11:00 p. m. '
Springfield Open 7:00. 10:00 a. m., 2:00, 4:30, 9:30
p. m. Close 7KK), 10:00 a. m., 12:45, 5:00, 11:00 p. m.
Springfield Railroad Way Open 10:00 a. m., 2:00
p. m. Close 7:00 a. m., 5:00, 11:00 p. m.
Boston and Albany R. P. O., West of Springfield
Open 7:00 a. m., 12:35, 2:00, 9:30 d. m. Close 7:00
10:80 a. m., 12:45. 5:00, 11:00 p. m. "
Hartford Open 7:00, 10:00 a. m., 2:00, 5:55, 9:30 p.
m. Close 7:00, 10:80 a. m., 13:45, 5:00, 7:30, 11:00
p. m.
Meriden Open 7:00. 10:00 a, m., 2:00, 5:55, 9:30,
11:00 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:30 a. m., 12:45, 5:00, 11:00
p. m.
New Britain Open 7:00. 10:00 a. m., 2:00,9:30 p.
m. Close 7:00, 10:30 a.m., 13:45, 5:00, 7:30, 11:00
p. m.
Wallingford Open 10:00 a. m., 2:00, 5:55 p. m.
Close 7:00 a. m.. lu:30, 5:00 p. m.
Kensington Open 10:00 a. m., 2:00 p. m. Close
7:00 a. m., 5:00 p. m.
North Haven 9pen 10:00 a. m., 2:00 p. m. Close
7:00, 10:30 a. m., 5:00, 11:00 p. m.
Bridgeport Open 7:00, 8:30, 11:80 a. m., 2:00, 3:30,
8:45 p. m. Close 5:30, 9:00, 11:15 a. m., 1:30,
4:20, 11:00 p. m.
New London Open 7:00, 10:00 a. m 3:00, 6:80,
9:80 p. m. Close 7:00, 9:45 a. m., 3:15, 5:00, 11:00
p. m.
New London Railroad Way Open 10:00 a. m.,
9:30 p. m. Close 7:00 a. m., 5:00 p. m.
Norwich and Eastern Connecticut Open 7:00 a.
m., 3:00,5:30,9:80 p. m.Close 7:00,9:45.10:30 a. m., 3:15.
5:00, 11:00 p.m.
Providence and all Rhode Island Open 7:00, 10:00
j. m.,.w,o.j, v-.ov p. m. uiose i :uo, iu:30 a. m.
3:15. 11:00 d. m.
New Haven and Northampton Wav Open 2:00,
0-30 n tvi nini in.Sft . r ..wi - 1
CoTlinsville, Plantsville, tfnionville,' Southington
fu j 1 11 lum h upen iu:uu a. m., 2:uu, y:au p.
m Pin.. R.an ii.-,.-, .. r .... 1 '
uivm iu.iw 1. III.. ,) . UV p. III.
Naugatuck Railroad Way Open 10:80 a. m., 9:30
p. m. Close 6:10 a. m 5:00 t, m
Waterbury Open 7:00, 10:30 a. m., 1:30, 5:30, 6:55,
9:30 p. m. Close 9:30,10:30 a. m.. 1:80,5:00,11:00 p. m.
uuuuuiuuu, juisuiU. K11U IflJTDy Kit Mill !U:dU a.
m, 1:30, 4:30, 9:30 p. m. Close 5:30, 9:30 a. m., 1:30,
Seymour, Oxford and Southford Open 10:39 a.
m., 9:30 n. m. Close 9:30 a. m . 5:m n m
Orange Open 10:00 a. m., 9:30 p. in. Close 5:00
i. in.
Housatonic Railroad Way Open 2:00, 7:00 p. m
Close 8:00 a. m.. 8:15 n. m.
Shepaug Railroad Way Open 7:00 a. m., 9:30
D. m. Close 5:3ft 9-HO n m
Connecticut Valley Road Way Open 2:00, 9:30 p.
www i :w, :o, iu:.w a. m.. ia:4a, ii:w p. m.
Air Line Railroad Way Open 2:00, 9:30 p. m
Close 7:00 a. m..lffin m
Durham, Clintonville and Northford Open 9:00
a. w.o-j t. 111. ;iose y:uu a. m., o:uj p. m.
Miadletow-n Open 10:00 a. m., 2:00, 5:80, 9:80 p.
m. Close 7:00, 10:30,a, m., 12:45, 5:00, 11:00 p. in.
Danbury Open 7:00, 11:30 a. in., 2:00, 7:50 p. m.
Close 5:30, 9:00 a. m., 1:30, 3:15, 7:30. 11:00 d. in.
MUford Open 8:30, 11:30 a. m., 3:30, 7:50 p. m.
Close 5:30. 9:00. 11 :15 a. m 1 -30 d-90 n m
Colchester Open 2:00, 9:50 p. m. Close 7:00 a. m.,
MI.W 111.
West Haven Open 9:15 a. m., 1:00, 9:30 p. m.
Close 8:00 a. m., 2:00, 6:00 p. m.
Branch Office Open 9:15, 11:30 a. m.. 3:30, 9:30 p.
m. Close 7:00. 9:30, 11:00 a. m 5:00 o. m.
Foreign Open 7:00 a. m.. 4:30, 7:45 p. m. Close
5:S0, 9:00,11:15 a. m., 12:45, 4:20, 7:30, 9:00,11:00 p. m.
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THE AMERICAN. MALE CHOIR,
A collection of Sacred and Secular Muaic for Male
unorus anu (Quartet Choirs, Clubs, Colleges and
Singing Societies; consisting of Quartets, Gospel
Songs, Anthems, Chants, Glees, Songs and Patri
otic Pieces.
By J. H. TENNEY. a comooser who has had
great success in this style, his music forming an
attractive feature in many very popular books,
160 laree Octavn nam. 10ft nlennsL niinirx rnn.
taming Sale Quartets will find the book a treasure,
and all social singing circles will find in it Sacred
uu oeuiutu- music to uieir lasie.
Price in Boards $1, or $ per dona Paper 80 cts.
A AD G f Kl " C The extraordinary
VT Mn OVSINVja. revival of military
and patriotic feeling typified by the increase and
energy of Gran. Army organizations, has brought
this collection into very great favor. It contains
Songs for the Camp Fire and the March, Memorial
Songs, and In fact the chotoeai. of all that tnrithAut
bitterness) awaken memories of the great war.
vei-y rainny anouia nave a copy, vjnoruses are
tor male voiced, and there ia an accomnanimant
for Piano or Organ. Price 60 cents.
COLLEGE SONGS
The greatest suc-
w of the kind A
large number of merry students' songs, with the
true college vim to them, and including the favor
ite popular songs of the day, as "Rosalie." "My
Bonny," "Solomon Levi," -rClementine," etc
ariee oo cents.
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daw
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LIMITED KXPREBSff EXPRESS J LOCAL EX
PRESS f ALL OTHERS ARE ACCOMODATION
TRAINS.
MORNING.
From &ew York 12:05 12:50$ 1:25$ (2:25$
Washington) ?45 8:49 milk 10:00
10:25$ 11:00ft 11:16$.
" Boston via Springfield 8:53$ 11:45
(4:11$ 8;05 9:24f from Springfield)
(6:10 from Hartford.)
Boston via New London ' 4:32$ (7:55
9:20 from New London) (6:40 from
Guilford.)
" Willimantio (Air Line) 8:02.
" Northampton 9:17.
AFTERNOON.
" New York 12:05 1:11$ 2:55 3:05$
3:57ft 5 00t 5:40 5:5lt 6:12 6:22
(6:49 from Stamford) 7:28t 8:00
10:50. J
" Boston via Springfield 14$ (2:20
4:54 6:50 8:20 from Springfield)
3:44$ (6:55$ 8:29 via Willimantio)
8:34 11:42$ 8:55.
" Boston via New London 2:35$ 4:55$
8:55 (1:11 5:35 from New Lon
don) 7:05$ from Newport and N.
L.) Boston via Willimantio 6:55$
8:29 (8:55 from Willimantio).
" Northampton 1:22 4:50 8:28.
SUNDAY TRAINS.
" New York 12:05 12:50$ 1:25$ (9;18
milk) a. m. 5:00$ 6:22 8:05 p. m.
" Bostom via Springfield 8:344 p. m.
Boston and Hartford via New England
road 11:42 p. m.
" Boston via New London 4.32$ a. m.
AT DERBY DEPOT.
" Waterbury and Ansonia 7:23 a. m.
12:32 p. m.
" Winsted and Ansonia 9:43 a. m. 3:55
7:59 p. m.
For departures see regular advertisements.
Housatonic Railroad.
JUNE 15, 1885.
Trains Leave New Haven via N. T., N. H. & H.
R. R. at 9:30 a. m. and 4:00 p. m.. connecting at
Bridgeport for Pittefield and intermediate stations,
H. D. AVERILL, General Ticket Agent
C. W. WOOD, ABst. Superintendent.
utenerai unices, enqgeporc, uonn.
AiaugatucK 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
train for Waterbury, Litchfield and Win
stead. 9:50 a. m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown
Litchfield, Winsted.
2:00 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger
train for Waterbury.
5:45 p.m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown,
Litchfield, Winsted.
0:20 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 6:25 p. m.
TRAINSXEAVE 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.
SPECIAL SARATOGA TRAIN
Leaves New Haven at 1 1 :04 a. m. via Tunnel
Route,
New Haven and Northampton R. It.
With through cars and Parlor Car f r SARATOGA
WITHOUT ANY CHANGE, Arriving at Saratoga
at 5:15 p. m.
There is no shorter line no more pleaaant or
quicker one. EDWARD A. RAY, G. T. A.
is
New Haven dfc Northampton R. R.
Commencing Monday, June 82, 1885.
Leave a. m. a.m. p. m. p.m.
New York 9:00 2:00 4:30
New Haven 7:15 11:01 4;0d 6:25
Plainville 8:15 11:55 4:50 7:18
Arrive p. -ni.
New Hartford 9:03 1:50 5:38 8:08
Westfield 9:19 12:54 5:48 8:25
Holyoke
Northampton
Williamsburg
South Deerfield
Turners Falls
Shelburne Falls
North Adams
Leave
North Adams
Shelburne Falls
Turners Falls
South Deerfield
Williamsburg
Northampton
Holyoke
Westfield
New Hartford
9:48
9:52
10:16
10:12
10:59
10:38
11:2S
:3J I
6:55 f
1:31 6:17 8;58
1:58 7:24 9:20
1:51 6:36
2:15 6:53
2:16 7:01
3:09 7;47
a. m.
9:15 12:50 4:15
10:07 1;25 5:06
9:45 1:25 4:40
10:30 1:52 6:30
10:25 5:25
10:51 2:16 5:57
11:00 2:20 6:00
11:29 2:48 6:32
10:00 3:05 6:35
p. m.
12:32 3:52 7:&5
6:15
6:34
6:45
7:09
7:30
8:15
Plainvillo
New Haven 9:17 1:22 4:50 8:28
New York 11:15 3:30 7:00 lOO
The Saratoga Express with through cars and Par
lor Car will commence running on July 6, leaving
New Haven at 11:04 a. m., arriving at Saratoga at
5:15 p.m. Leaving Saratoga at 9:45 a. m , arriving
at New Haven at 4:50 p. m. Ask for small Time
Table at any station. S. B. OPDYKE, Ja., Supt.
EDWARD A. RAY, G. T. A. je20
New Haven and Ierby Railroad.
Train Arrangement commencing.June 17, 1885.
LEAVE NEW HAVEN
At 7:00 and 9:52 a. m.. 2:00 5:45,6:15 p. m. Satur
days at 11:00 p. m.
LEAVE ANSONIA
At 6:35. 9:05 and 11:40 a. .n., 3:20 and 7:11 p. m.
Connections are made at Ansonia with passenger
trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Haven
with the principal trains of other roads centering
there. E. 8. QUINT ARD, Sup't.
Few naven, June id, laeo.
New York, New Haven & Hart-
ord R. R.. June 29. 1SS5
NS LEAVE NEW HAVEN AS FOLLOWS :
, FOR NEW YORK 3,58, 4:28, 4:4,0, 8:15,6:30, 7:30
:io, s:du, :ao, iu:w, n:so a. m., (i:uup. m.,
way train to Stamford). 1:30, 2:40. 3:50.4:00.
5:00, 5:40, 7.00, 7:10,7:15 milk train with pass.
accommodation to aoucn aorwaiK, xnence ex
press to New York. (8:00 way to Bridgeport).
8:38, 9.00 p m., Sundays, 3:58, 4:40, 8:00
a. m., 5:00, 7:P0, 7:15, 8:38 p. m.
WASHINGTON NIGHT EXPRESS VIA HARLEM
lit VEK Leave8atll:50 p. m. daily, stops at
.-iijrora, jsnugeporc outu norwaiaana mam
ford. FOR BOSTON VIA SPRINGFIELD 1 :02 night
d:o2, e:ou, ii:ua a. m., i:io, a:i, o:ao p. m
Sundays. 1:02 night. 6:26 t. m.
WHITE MOUNTAIN EXPRESS 11:20 a. m. daily
except Sunday, with through car to Fabyan's.
rvnaiufl liuUi via uonn. ui ver ana u. v. K. K.'
FOR BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PROVI
DENCE 1 :30. niirht. 10:30 a. m . fast exnmsa
4:00 p. m. Fast Express, Sundays i:30 night
jNewport express trains iu:au a. m., a:io p.
m., !Munigni. bunaays -J :-iu mgnt.
FOR BOSTON VIA HARTFORD AND N. Y & N,
E. R. R. 2.30 a. m. dailv.
FOR BOSTON Via Air Line and N. Y. & N. E. R. R.
8.05 a. m., 1.25 p. m., 5.05 p. m. fast express.
ounaays o:ud p. m.
FOR HARTFORD. SPRINGFIELD AND MERIDEN.
ETC. 12:15 night, -1:02 night (2:30 a. m to
Hartford,:52, 8:00, 10:25,11 :05 11 :20 a. m., 12:10
noon, i:i6, 8:12, 5:07 (5:50 to liartiora),
8:12 p. m. Sundays 1:02 Bight, 6:26 p. m.
FOR NEW LONDON, ETC 1:30 night. 7:00,
7:50, 10:30, 10:35 a. m., 3:10, 4:00, 5:07, 6:18
p. m. (9:00 p. m, way to Guilford.) Sundays
1:30 night
VIA B. & IS. Y. ATR LINE DIVISION for Middle
town, Willimantic, Etc. Leave New Haven for
aU stations at 8:05 a. m., 1:25,5:056:15 p. m. 5:05
p. m. Sundays, uonnecc at jiuauietown witn
Conn. Valley R. R., and at Willimantic with N.
Y & N. E. and N. L. & N. R. R., at Turnerville
with Colchester Branch. Trains arrive in
new Haven at H:U2 a.m., 1:22, 8:55 p. m.
E. M. REED, Vice President.
'Express trains.
Local Express.
JtST RECEIVED!
Tne Jnly and August
monmuei
OF THE
ITNIVERSAI. CO.'S
PERFECT FITTING PAT
TERNS.
Please call and get one at
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38 and 40 Church St.
Repairing of Watches, Clocks and Jewehy done
in the best manner at the lowest prices. je20
ELM CITY MANUFACTURING CO.
Nickel and Silver Plating.
Superior Work Promptly Exe
cuted .
74 GROWN STREET, NEW HAVEN.
EDWARDS. SWIFT, Manager.
Telephonic communication. je28
PATENT
Potato Digging Plow.
By changing one bolt this tool
Is a perfect cultivator, with ad
justable, reversible side wings ;
or a complete Potato Digger,
with adjustable steel Angers,
adapting it to the various hinds
of soli. May be used with one
horse.
Also for the Fall trade.
Cider and Wine Mill, Grape
and Berry Presses. C'der Mill
Screws and Nails, Flails, Fanning
Mills, Corn Cutters, etc.
Call and examine them at
K. B. BRADLEY & CO.'S,
406 AND 408 STATE,
AND
77, 79 and 81 Court Streets.
au20 2tawaw
Salad Oil.
RECEIVED this day an invoice of t'ie- finsst
clarified, genuine Grase Olive Oil. our nvn
direct importation. We feel confident that we can
si. it those of our customers who are particular
about quality. - HALIj.
iu ViU UUapei btreet
NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT CO.
Dally for New York -Fare $1, Includ
ing berth Excursion Tickets $1.50.
Steamer C. H. NORTHA Jl,Capt. F. J. Peck, leaves
NewHaven 12 o'clock p.m., Sunday excepted. State
rooms sold at Peck & Bishop's, and at Klock's Drug
Store. Steamer CONTINENTAL. Capt. Stevens,
leaves New Haven at 10:16 a. m. Sundays excepted.
From New York The C. H. NORTHAM leaves
Peck Slip at 3 p.m., aud the CONTINENTAL at 11
p. m., Sundays excepte . Saturday 12 o'clock mid
night. Sundays, ELM CITY leaves N. Y. at 11 p. m.
Sunday Boat for New York ELM CITY leaves
New Haven at 9 a. m. Steamer NEW, HAVEN
Capt. Post, leaves at 10:30 p m. Staterooms sold at
the Elliott House. Fret stage from Ins. Building at
9 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage cheoked thro
to Philadelphia (via both routes), Baltimore and
Washington. JAMES H. WARD, Agent.
ALLAN LINE MAIL STEAMERS
BEGULAR services between Quebec and Liv-
erpool and Baltimore and Liverpool vi
Queenstown, Glasgow and Boston via Galway and
Derry. Cabin, $60 to 8100; intermediate, $30; steer
age, $13. The only line calling at. Galway. For
further information apply to H. & A. ALLAN,
Agents, Montreal, and 80 State street, Boston; or
W. FITZPATRICK, 667 Grand street; BUNNELL
SCRANTON, 732 and 734 Chapel street, a6
ANCHOR LIMB.
United States mall Steamanlps
Sail from New York evert Saturday for
GLASGOW and LONDONDERRY
Cabin, $60 to $80. Second Class, $30.
LIVERPOOL & QUEENSTOWN.
"CITV OK KOHIE," sails from New York
August 26. September 23, October 21, November 18
Saloon Passage $60 to $100, according to loca
tion. Second Class $35. Steerage Outward
$20. Prepaid $15.
For passage or further information apply to
HENDERSON BROTHERS, New York.
Or EDWARD DOWNES, 829 Chapel Street.
BUNNELL & SCRANTON, 732 Chapel St.
New Haven. fe2
National Line of Steamships,
BETWEEN NEW YORK, LIVERPOOL, QUEENS
TOWN AND LONDON D1RECET.
Sailing weekly from Pier 39, North River, New
York, are among the largest steamships crossing
the Atlantic Cabin rates, $50 to $100; Excursion
at special rates; outward steerage $17, aud pre
paid steerage tickets $19. "Being $2 lower than
most other lines." New steamship America's firs
trip to New York, 6 days, 15 hours and 41 minutes
F. W. J. HURST, Manager.
Agents at New Haven, BUNNELL & eCRANTON
W. FITZPATRICK, A. MCALISTER, GEORGE
M. DOWNES & BON. E. DOWNES. ajlTSt
STARIN'S LINE.
Daily Except Saturday.
Leave New Haven from Starin's Dock at 1C:15 p
m. The JOHN H. STARIN, Captain McAliste .
every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The ERAS
TU8 CORNING, Captain Spoor, every Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
Returning leave New York from Pier 18, foot of
Cortlandt street, at 9 p. m, the STARIN evei
Monday, Wednesday and- Friday; the CORNINU
every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The only
Sunday night boat from New York.
Fare, with berth in cabin, $1 ; stateroom $1. Ex i
cursion tickets $1'50.
Free Coach leaves the depot on arrival of Hart
ford train. Leaves corner of Church and Chape
streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 p. m.
Tickets and State Rooms can be purchased at the
Tontine riotel, or of the Dow ties Seres Co., S51
Chapel street 1 n iat the International Express
31 Center street
C. M. CON KLIN, Agent,
m20 New Haven. Conn.
Br. John L. Lj en's
Grand Medical aud 8mrica.l Offlc.
THE old reliable, most celebrated, ablllful mmi
nocessfnl physician in thia country, permanent
iy lecaUd In New liaven eince May, 1854, taiw plea
Tire ia announcing to the citizens of the UxR4
Statas and elee where th&t he has removed his o&vf
from 195 Chapel street, to 49 thnrch street
Koom 11, Iloadley BaUdlng opposite th
Postoffice, vp one flight or stairs ; en
trance either at 49 Chareh street or 69
Crown street where the afflicted can consult hiia
in private upon all diseases that nesb is heir to frow
8 a. m. to 9 p. m. J r. Lyon will continue as heretofore
to treat all diseases of every name and nature wit
that marvelous success which long years of experi
ence has given htm Thousands of testimonials froa
grateful patients snatched from the brink of thl
grave now rejoicing in the perfection of health attest
the unerring skill of Dr. Lyon. He especially Jnvitef
those whose diseases under other methods of treat
ment have remained In tractive to call upon him.
Visit him and he will at once describe your Condition.
Perhaps yon would ltave bean oared If jour p&isicUsJ
had understood your caa. '
If you have tried lor health and failed It Is no ret
son why you shouWl not try again. Health is pre
cious to all antf if he cannot relieve your case he will
tell you so. He can refer you to man 3 , perhr.)s worst
than yctt re, that were given up by their phyeiciaaf
and friends, who now eujoy good health. He will de
scribe your case so Nearly that you will know he per
fectly understands your disease. It Is something- at
great importance to you, although very easily accoxw
piished by him, though no more wonderful than tru
It is only the starling point to health for the physi
cian to understand your d'sease, and then admiaistel
the simple remedy to remove that disease. Come, hi
will do yougoofi. "Sou may be faithless. He wfl
give you faith by his perfect knowledge of your di
ase. Come ; he irUl remove that cough, pain ta tfc
bead, side and bac ; remove that cold, sinklnf of
burning at the etetnach. stiff Joints, rheumatisxs
gout, fever, sores, cancers, salt iheum, erysipelas,
wild head and aU bad humors, with his vegetal
medicines. .
Persons at a distance may consult Dr. Lyon oj iff
ter (post-paid), describing their case, and have mee
cines securely put vp and forwarded by express s
lay part of the United r-tates with full and expliofi
directions for u'A Offl:e arranged with separata
apartmetts co that patients see none but the doctor,
The following are some of tie diseases which Dr.
Lyon successfully treats : Coughs, colds, ooEump
tion, bronchitis, asthma, aire throats, liver ww
plaint, kidney complaint, scrofula erysipelas, sf
rheum, cancer, tumors, rheumatis 1 chronic and I
fiammatory tfropsy and piles blind and bleeding
and aU ha mors and eruptions of the blood aai-iXln.
He challenges the world to surpass him in cleansing
the blood and entire system of all impurities, a
class of diseases from the eiTects cf which thousanda
and tons of thousards go to a p;amature crave tfJ
radically and permanently our- d by Dr. Lyon. E3
success in this nlaes of ailments Is not only eratlf
ing byt simp "y wodarf aL The patient after poMiny
himse'f or herseit uner the doctor's treatment ctts
ounces to improve at once, ad the ealkw complex'
ion aud cadaveroas appearance is susceec!ed by
rosy cheeked hue of health- 3harfora if you suffer
from any of the foJloing cenrplainta hasten at ones
to the offica of Dr. Lyon. Spermatorrhea or invoium
tay seminal eir!ssioue, eeminai weakness, and ever)
species f genital irritability, gonorrhea, syphllli
gleet, prolaosus uteri cr fal lug of the wvmb, leacor
rhea or whites, an-1 oter alarming and painful eeas
plaint iLcidentaito both sexes.
T FtxALSg The dieeases peculiar to femaleT
eaused by weakness, deformity, disease and iron
taking cold, suppression, irregularities, painful an4
mrrrfe.i'' mr' riiation. prlrmna ntwri or falilnc ol
tne womb apeemly, and effectually cured, constma
tion free. Advice and medicine given in all diseas)
for f 1 or more, according to the severity of the case.
If you wish to oommunicats by letter, state fully jotek
disease, your age, symptoms, duration of illness, np4
posed cause and whether married or single, ad in alt
ftases the moet Inviolable secresy may be relied upevJ
Enclose a stamp for return postage, and address all
DommuTilcatlons to or call upon Dr. J. L. Lyon, ,49
Church street, New Haven, Conn.
Appended are a few testimonials. Want of saaee'
forbids the publishing of more. Their names will be
mserfully given to those deBirlng tbem by calliag alf
the doctor's office. Case ena is that ef a lady wM
eras pronounced by three of the moat prominent ahy
siciansof her native city to te in the last stags e?
aoneuoirntion. and told that her case -was helplesanat
hopeless. After being restored to sound heiltk by
Dr. Lyon rbe sent the following letter, earnestly re-
Suestlng that it should be published in the tope thaV
1 might reach others similaUy aGllcted:
10 au wno may be am 10 tea vritn t aa? common ais
tse. eonsumntlon. or anv weakness of the lumo. X
would appeal to them to immediately consult Dr
John L. Lyon, of Kaw Haven, Coun., fee'ing sir
that by so doing they may bo restored to health. F
everal yoars I was troubled with a cough, hemo
rhage of the lungs and the usual symptoms of oa
sumption. I consulted and was tx&ted by som ot
the most eminent physicians tbe count y affordeel
without deriving any permanent benefit whatTer.
In the spring cf 18T3 the d seaee made such npid
progress that my attending physician and frinds
gave up all hopes of my recovery. On the lGtfc of
Uay, 1863, I consulted tbs above natced doctor. I
was at that time redaced to a perfect wreck of my
f-ormsr slf , coughing incessantly, and it wo "Id isen
just on the verge of the grave. After tha usual ex
amination he aindly but plainly informed me as (th
ere had done, that my disease was incurable ; that X
had but a few months to live. Having great MBfr
dence in his skill, I insisted upon bis treating mf
oaee. He did so and with actonisbir-g success, la
twenty days from the time I oommenced the nn e
his medicines my ooutth was lees freqae&t. I suTerod
so more from hemorrhage cf th lungs, and Aij by
day found the terrifying symptoms of oorsimptioB
disappearing, and was gradually regaining health, 8
was treated by him one year- at the end of tbstttmj
I can troly say I was restored t perfect heaith. I)
now March, ueo, ana no symptoms or tne aiseaea
are felt, X have reason to feel sur that I shall suffer
no return rf tbe disease, and It is not on'y a pleas
ure to me. bat a auty I feel that X owe to handreds ef
sufferers who are being daily carried to the grare by
consumption, to Vrfce upon them the necessity ox
seeking relief where it stay be founds
very respectfully, AJ. M. b.
The lady whe wrote the foreroimr oeatinuea in 9a
feet heaHhc
The following is an extract from s letter zbotiwpM
from a patient treated and cured of semiaal Teak
bss:
Db. Lyon Dear Sir It is iraposeioir fo? me tc raw
ly express my gratitude to you concerning the affeet
which your meaioine has produced upon my system
I have Just finished the medicine you put up for me
andean truthfully sy that I feel a different fating.
My appetite is very regular and I am not trovblefi
with that dull headache that I once had. and ilees
never was so raf reshlr g, as I am nGt distui bed with
dreams. Before I came to you it was difficult fr me
to confine my thoughts for atv length of t'me t an
subject, undoubtedly owing to that complaint., tnd
tne contrast is quite noticeable, if 1 evar anov one
troubled with that complaint I shaH immediate di
rect them to you as an effectual means cf sur.B 02
frr it seems to me that I almost oive rr.y life toyosu
for if it had been allowed to grow cp-n r.ia theUntt
conld not have been far distant when that Incurabia
disease oonsumptloa) would have been deeply stated
In my system. Please accept my sincere thank few
ronr treatment thrs far. I remain yoors tW--
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BOWMAN, j.
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