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Office hours. 11 a. m. to 4 d. m. Bundava anri bolidayi excepted. At Hayneg House, Springfield, I vary Tuetday, from in. to 1 p. m, I iiOanrt 1 '''li'BV"" 1H tuiieim. JIILILII mm j. 1. 1 1 1 m Delivered by Carriers in the City, 15 cents a Week, 50 cents a Month, $0.00 a Year. The Sake Terms Bt Mail. Thursday, September SO, IS 86. FOl'NO IN THE SOUND. A Bridgeport Wauhman make a Ghastly Discovery In The Early nomine The Dead Man a Bran monlder In The Water For Fire Days. Bridgeport, Conn., Sept. 29. The watch man at the Bosedale pier discovered the body of a man floating in the harbor this morning at 6:30. The body was standing upright in the water and a short distance from the bow of the steamer Bosedale and not far from the foot of Wall street. Coroner Holt was sum moned and had the body removed to the morgne. Detective Arnold, of Bose Am bler fame, discovered blood drops on the sand leading from the vicinity of where the body was found to the hotel Brunswick, on Wall street. A character was fonnd in the hotel named "Bam Banks" and Detective Arnold took him into custody. Joseph But )er, a waiter in the hotel, was also taken into custody on suspicion of having been impli cated in a fracas in which the dead man was killed. Medical Examiner Downs took charge of the remains and found that the body was that of Charles Early. In the pockets were two or three dollars and a few tools of the brass finishing trade. There was also a let ter directed to Early from 351 Ad ams street, Brooklyn, offering him a position as brass finisher in that concern. There were a few marks upon the face and head. but no blood except a "bloody serum" issu ing from the ears, often found in drowning cases. The body had been in the water fonr or live days. Early had been paid off last Friday at the factory of Eaton, Cole & Bnrnham, receiving $ZS. He paid nis board bill and naa not been seen since. Mrs. Sliechner of Ida Main street, where Early boarded, Baid that he was a very qniet man and left there last Saturday to go to New York. He was abont forty years of age. The men arrested by Detective Arnold, it is now learned, were fighting together last night and one of them wandered to the spot where the dead man was found. How the dead man came to his death is a mystery. The two men arrested were released. The morgne was visited by hundreds of people to-aay. Strawberries. Mr, L. B. Hinman presented us yesterday with a box of fine strawberries picked from the garden of S. B. Smith, Allingtown, on the 29th. TUBCO PBT RECORD. City Court Criminal Demlne. Side Judge Non-support .of wife Charles Johnson, continued to October 5. Breach of peace Esther liourke, contin ued to September 30; Edward J. Howland, $1 One. Theft Louis Griffing, nolled Keeping house of ill-fame John Baravo- ets, continued to October 1. Lewd conduct Andrew Fisher, John Stack, Bridget McDonald, Maggie Dickenson, all continued to uctoDer 1 Court Notes. The case of Esther Bourke of Tyler street, arrested Tuesday night on complaint of Mary Lutz for an alleged assanlt on Mary's broth er, was continued yesterday until to-day. The case of John "Baravoets of Hill Btreet, for keeping a house of ill-fame, was contin ued in the City court yesterday morning un til October 1. United States Commissioner Piatt has found probable cause to bind Letter Carrier Frank McKinney over to the United States court for robbing the mails while serving as carrier in this city. McKinney is out on bonds of $400 for his appearance at the United States court the first Tuesday in De cember. THE FLORIDA LAUNCHED. IHr. Klnssland's Handsome New Yacht Slides offlhe Ways at West Haven Her Cost S13.SOO. The yacht Florida, built by Gessner & Mar of West Haven for Mr. Kingsland of the New York Yacht club, was launched yesterday morning shortly before noon. The handsome yacht slid off the ways without accident and the lannch was altogether suc cessful. About fonr hundred people wit nessed tne lauiicn. IN one but tne captain and crew were allowed on board. The new yacht costs $13,500. Her length on deck over all is 78 feet, 9 inches; length on water line, 72 feet; extreme breadth, 18 teet, 6 inches; depth of hold, 7 feet, 4 inches; distance from end of bowsprit to end of main boom, lo2 feet; heignt of mast above deck, G5 feet. There are ten tons of lead iu her keel, and when launched she had also ten tons of hanging ballast. Her rigging is of charcoal-made steel. The yacht now lies at the shipyard pier awaiting her sails. She will be taken to New York after her sails are put on and will then be laid up for the season. Captain J. V. Macauly of the Stranger will be her sailing-master. AT LINCOLN RINK. Harmony's Harvest Festival. The six days' festival next week under the auspices of Harmony division No. 5, Sons of Temperance, promises to equal the Grand Army fair of a few days ago. The Lincoln rink is to be transformed into a grand bazar, and it is expected the tempting array of goods and the fund of amusement will draw thousands. Many of the societies and other organizatio us are to attend in a body, special nights being set apart for the different bodies, Harmony division is perhaps the leading temperance organization in the city, if not in the State, and whatever it attempts is gene rally carried out upon an extensive scale, The special object in this enterprise is to es tablish a hall fnnd, with the view of some day having a headquarters for the various temperance organizations in tne city. Har mony division has grown so rapidly that the present accommodations are too small. List or Patents. List of patents issued from the U. S. Patent of fice for the week ending Sept. S3, 1886, for the Stale of Connecticut, furnished us from the office of John E. Earle, solicitor of patents. New Haven. Conn. P. F. Crofut.Brideeport, ticket holder. W. F. Dial, Bridgeport, assignor to Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Co., sewing machine, two patent. F. N . Gardner, assignor to Pratt A Whitney, Hartford, drafting compass. O. E. Haight, New Haven, and W.H.Wood, Hart ford, gas heating chamber for toi pedo boats. U. M . Hubbara, assignor to W. & E. T. Fitch, New Haven, snaphook. H. B. Plumb, Terrivilly, caster. J. B. Rathbun and E. A. Bi gess. New Haver., railway signal. B. A. Treat, Wallingrord. vehicle spring. W. H. Wood, Hartford, device for converting motion. H. M. Doubleday and J. Lyman, Midd'efield, electric lamp post. TILE NOTES. Eighty-Eight's Promenade Commit teeActivity In Athletics at the Field Yesterday. The juniors elected the following members of the class promenade committee yesterday: Samuel J. Walker Chicago, His., chairman; Arthur White, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Edward Al len, St. Louis, Mo.; Bichard M. Hurd, New York city; Samuel S. B. Roby, Rochester, N. Y.; Henry H. Haight, Almeda, Cal.; David W. Morrison, Minneapolis,Minn. ; Har lan W. Cooley, Dubuqne, I. ; James O. Hey worth, Chicago, His.; James H. McMillan, Detroit, Mich. Captain-elect Dann of the nine and Cap tain Stewart spent yesterday afternoon at the Yale Field coaching the candidates for the freshman nine. About fifteen presented themselves and gave evidence that '90 pos seses good material for a nine if properly developed. At the same time the first rounds of the tennis tournament were being played, the eleven practicing and several men using the track all of which gave . the' grounds a more animated appearance than it has had for a long time. A practice game has been arranged with Wesleyan for Wednesday. ' Masonic Benefits. At the monthly meeting of the board of Masonic directors of the Protective society held on Monday evening the 27th inst., sev eral new members were accepted, and three hundred and twenty-eight dollars was order ed paid to the widow of the late Mr. Stiles L. Beach, of Fair Haven, also three hundred and twenty-seven dollars to the husband of the late Mrs. Esther Tubbs, of Norwich, members of the society lately deceased. The annual meeting of the society will be held at Beers' photo parlors, 762 Chapel street, on Tuesday evening October 5th, at 8 o'clock, when reports of the doings of the association far the past year will be given. i THE WOODBHIDCK FAIR. A Great Many People Present And A Most Successful Fair Their Twenty Elshth Annual. Yesterday was held the twenty-eighth an nnual Woodbridge and Bethany fair at the Woodbridge fair grounds, and to say the least it was the most successful fair held there in a number of years. By three o'clock in the afternoon the fair grounds, which are situated at the top of the Woodbridge hills, and from which can be obtained a fine view of the city and Long Island Sound, were alive with people on foot and in carriages who came to take in the fair. Every fence rail, telegraph pole and hitching post in the neighborhood of the fair grounds was nsed to hitch hordes to, and it was estimated that one' thousand teams were at the fair during the day. On the grounds everything was confusion; marshals were riding here and there on horseback, venders were calling off the virtues of the wares they had to sell, and "Black Joe," with his banjo, was trying to outrival the Seymour band which surrounded by a large crowd were playing tunes never before heard by many present. Near the center of the grounds was erected a large tent where the exhibits of fruits, vegeta bles, fancy work, fowls and other small arti cles were displayed. The tent was presided over by a strong and sunburned Bethany farmer, tand each one who entered ' was obliged to give up the sum of twenty-five cents for so doing. Aronnd the sides of the tent on tables were exhibited the vegetables, while hung on the sides of the tent were the fancy table covers and such like articles. On other tables in the center of the room was ex hibited the fruit, and in a small addition to the tent was a display of poultry. In the line of pears Mr. D. E. Todd, of Beth any, toek the first premium, he exhibiting eighteen different- varieties, in cluding Bartlett, seckle, buffum, Bose, apple pear, Sheldon, Flemish beauty, Jersey and others. May & Clark, of Bethany,also had a display of thirteen varieties. Jacob Besiegel, of Bethany, in the line of grapes outdid his competitors, making an excellent display of Isabellas, Concords, Hartford Prolines, Ca tawbas and others. In the line of peaches the latter gentleman exhibited a number of varieties, some being nearly as large as a small muskmelon. John Currie, of Wood bridge, also made an excellent display of grapes, peaches and pears of many varieties. D. C. Todd, of Woodbridge, had twelve different kinds of pears on exhibition, among them being some excellent Duchess de An gouleme pears, Flemish beauties and others. Other exhibitors of pears, peaches and grapes were Lucius Russell of Bethany, J. J. Beecher of Woodbury, J. W. Barker of Woodbridge, who also made an excellent display of champion quinces; William Tomlinson of Woodbridge, W. W. Peck of Woodbiidge, J. A. Dowrs of Woodbridge. The display of vegetables and apples was mnch larger and better than for a number of years and a person looking at the display could not see how anyone could be in want of vegetables to eat. Of apples W. W. Peck, of Woodbridge, had eighteen, varieties and took first prize. Leroy C. Beecjier, of Woodbridge, had a fine display of pumpkins, sqnashes, beets, potatoes and corn. Among others who had on exhibition vegetables were: Theron Todd of Bethany, John Curria, J. W. Barker, B. C. Newton, C. .C. Hitch cock, Irving Doolittie, J. P. Beecher, F. W Peck and Jacob Besiegel of Woodbridge, and C. M. Smith of Bethany, who took first prize for cabbages. S. D. Doolittie of Wood bridge, exhibited two pumpkins, one weigh ing 163 pounds and the other 118 pounds and it is safe to say that Mr. Doolittle's fam ily will have enough pumpkin pie this fall. During the year while the men had been planting their crops and harvesting them their wives had not been idle, as shown by the display of fancy work at the fair yester day, which was viewed with much interest by the many ladies present. Mrs. G.S.Leigh ton of 31 Broadway, this city,showeda very handsome silk bedquilt as well as a painted table cover, both of which articles were very pretty and tasteful and were mnch admired 1 by those who viewed them. Miss Gertie Peck, of Woodbridge, exhibited some knit tidies; Mrs. H. W. Lessey, of 'Woodbridge, some crazy patchwork and silk tidies; Mrs. J.A. O'Hara, of Yalosville, some tidies; Mrs. D. E. Currie, of Woodbridge, a hand some table cover; Mrs. Jerome A.. Downs, of Bethany, painted placques and other fancy paintiDgs; Mrs. D. Russell, of Orange, a table cover; Miss Minnie D.Clark, of Woodbridge, a fnncy table cover; Mrs. Jerome Twitchell, of Naugatuck, some small tidies and other fancy work. There were also other exhibitions of fancy work too numerous to mention. Two small plain black cotton dresses hanging side by side with cards at tached caused nearly everyone to stop and examine them. There was nothing veiy strange abont the dresses, but the cards bore a statement to the effect that one of the dressea was worn by George Lewis Hotchkias, one and a naif years old, sixty one vears ago at the funeral ef his father. Miner Hotchkiss of this city, and that the child died two months after his father. The other one read: This dress was worn for the first time seventy-five years ago bv Rob ert E. Hotchkiss, of New Haven. He was afterwards captain of the whaling ship Ben iamin Rush, sailing from New Bedford. He died in New Bedford in 1850. On a table alone by itself stood a large and very delic ious lookiDg cueese made by Mrs. Leonard Todd of Bethany, who is eighty-six years of age and still retains perfect health and reads tne papers daily. Iu the side tent where the poultry was ex hibited George W.Neal of the almshouse ex hibited as fine a litter of English setter pups prize stock as a dog fancier would care to see. Here also . u. snumway, or west ville, took the first prize for the best exhi bition in the poultry line, of white leghorns, partridge cochins, brown leghorns and black leghorns, w . M. tseecn ot wooam-iage ais plaved some Plymouth Rocks and Louise M. Perkins of Woodbridge a handsome Angora rabbit. The display of cattle, which was a good one, took place at one side or tne grounds, premiums being awarded as follows: Fat sheep, first premium, Frank H. Todd, Wood- bridge; cosset lamb, nrst premium, htephen Perkins, Woodbridge; JJairy nerd, nrst,J. tr. Doolittie, Woodbridge; second, John Currie, Woodbridge; Guernsey heifer, first, F. H. Todd. Woodbridge; Alderney stock, first. John Currie, Woodbridge; heifer calf, firtt Emmerson AtwoOd, Bethany; second, Wilson IS.. Rnssell; working oxen, first, V. N. Clark, Bethany; fat oxen, D. N. Clark. Bethany; Holstein bulls, first, C. C. Hitchcock, Woodbridge; Holstein bull grade, hrst, Lauren Doolittie ot Bethany; call, nrst, John Currie, Woodbridge. The town carts also came in for their share of.admiration, each being drawn by fifteen yoke of oxen, and the Bethany waeon taking the first prize and the Woodbridge cart second. Many New Haven people were present during the day, having driven out from the city. The offi cers, marshals and directors who had the fair in charge deserve great credit for the able manner in which things were managed dur ing the pay. They were: President, Jerome A. Downs, Bethany. Vice presidents, John Currie, Woodbridge; E. O. Pardee, Bethany. Secretary and treasurer, fc. G. Davidson, Bethany. Directors, v. U. Hitchcock, K. u. JNewton, S. W. Barker. L. C. Beecher, R. H. Baldwin, Woodbridge; Jasper B. Todd, Burton &. Hall, William H. Lounsbnry, 2d, Robert MeUlure, btreet- B. Todd, Bethany, unlet marshal, Ernest Z. Hotchkiss, Bethany. ' Funeral of ITIadame De Ble. The funeral of Mac'aine De Bie of Chapel street took place yesterday afternoon from her late residence. A large concourse of friends and relatives were in attendance. Madame De Bie was a native of Paris, but had been in this city for many years. The deceased was the first dealer in hair goods and the first hairdresser in this city. The in terment was in Evergreen cemetery. The Rev. Mr. Rodger officiated at the funeral ser vices. Death of 11 ra. Julia Cooean. Mrs. Julia Coogan, grandmother of Alms house Superintendent Coogan, died Tuesday at her late residence, 14 Bradley street, from old age. She was ninety years old. The de ceased was one of New Haven's oldest resi. dents. She will be buried from her late home this afternoon at three o'clock. Accepted the Nomination. A committee from the Prohibitionists of this city waited on Hiram Camp yesterday and he accepted their nomination for sena tor. A Handsome Chair. Fonr of the men employed in Cruttenden & Co.'s carriage factory called on Andrew J. Davis, foreman of the blacksmith depart ment of the factory, at his residence 123 Wooster street Tuesday evening and pre sented him with a handsome study chair, it being the fiftieth anniversary of his mar riage. Clinton. Mr. Leander Buell, formerly of the firm of L. B. Jndson & Co. of New Haven, lies se riously ill at his residence in Clinton with intermittent fever. His many friends hope for his speedy recovery. The Misses Hnrd, daughters of the Hon. A. J. Hurd, have returned from- their sum mer's trip to the White Mountains and Litchfield mnch improved in health. BY SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION. Last Evening's Blase At The New Ha ven Baking Company's Damage $36. Residents of the brick block opposite the New Haven Baking company's establish ment on State street, near Whiting, noticed that the third floor of the building's front was all ablaze last evening abont 8 o'clock. An alarm of fire was at once sent ont from box twenty-three, corner State and Whiting streets, and Engine companies 1, 2, 3 and 4, and Hook and Ladder 1, and hose car riage 7 were soon on the ground, but their services were not needed. The employes of the company had quenched the fire with several hand grenades. The fire was caus ed by spontaneous combustion. Several barrels of crackers had just been taken from the oven and dumped on the receiving bench and left to cool. They caught fire and are a total loss. The damage will not exceed $25. THE JEWISH NEW TEAR Observed Yesterday In the Synagogues. The beginning of the Jewish new year was celebrated yesterday in the city synagogues. The day is one of the most important in the sacred cycle of the church. The Rev. Dr. Kleeberg officiated at the Court street syna gogue and spoke upon the sacredness of the day and the duties which it demanded. At the William street synagegue the Rev. S. H. Wilner'officiated and delivered an excellent sermon appropriate to the day in English. A large congregation was in attendance. Pro fessor Wilner spoke in German last evening, The ten days of repentance follow the ob ser ranee of the day and will close with Yom Kupper, or day of atonement. STATE CORRESPONDENCE. North Haven. North Haven, Sept. 29. The quarterly election of officers took place at Mineral Spring division, Sons of Temperance, on Monday evening, resulting as follows: For W. P., W. E. Goodsell; Miss Fannie Tuttle, W. A.; John Todd, R. G.; Miss Flora Stiles, A. S.; R. E. Dickerman, F. S.: and Miss Kittie Hinman, treasurer. An invitation was received from Harmony division of New Haven to attend their meet ing on next Monday evening, October 4, and a committee was appointed to make ar rangements for stopping the midnight train for their accommodation on the return trip. Dr. B. M. Page was chosen delegate to the Dwight Place church, New Haven, installa tion exercises on Thursday of this week. Mr. William Hovey is visiting his daugh ter, Mrs. Marihugh, while on leave of ab sence from the Soldiers' home at Greenwich. Mr. N. W. Brown, who has spent the sum mer with relatives in Vermont, returned home for the winter yesterday. A meeting of the grange was held last even ing to make some arrangements abont a be coming exhibition at the centennial. Mr. R. N. Augur brought another fine looking drove of cows and other cattle from the north on Monday. The centennial committee met at Lins Iey's hall on Tuesday evening to further ad vance the order of exercises at the celebra tion. A list of those to be invited was arranged and the invitations are to be for warded at once. The town meeting next Monday will be held in Linsley's hall. The ballot boxes will be open at 7 o'clock a. m. and close at 1 o'clock p.m. The boxes will also be open during the same time for voting on the con stitutional amendment. The business part of the meeting will be held after the close of the ballot boxes. List of Letters Remaining in the New Haven postofflce, New Ha ven county. State of Connecticut, Wednesday, Sept. 39, 1886: LADIES' LIST. B Mrs. A. M. Blinn, Miss Mary C. Buckland, Miss Sarah E. Buckley, (3.) E Mrs. Emma Karnes. ( Miss Nellie Gunn. H Mrs. Mary E. Harris. M Mrs. Sarah Meacham, Miss Mary Morgan, Miss Lizzie Morgansfleld. P Mrs. A. Phillips. S Miss Sherrill, Miss H. G. Sherrill, Mrs. Mortimer Smith, Miss Amy Stoe, Miss M. W. Stone, Mrs. L. N. Sullivan. T Mrs. Marie G. Tilley. GENTLEMEN'S LIST. C Clark Caster Co. E Harry Edwards. H Frank Hanaher, Dr. R. F. Harper, Dr. W. D. Hooper. George N. Hurst, Olof Hustman. L Charles E. LePaige. M E. J. Mabee, D. C. Magee, James Many, R. J. McKee, H. J. Morrison, Francis Motley. P A. B. Price. R Jno. B. Rathburn, S. A. Rash, Richard Reagon, Willie Richards. S W. L. Scott, F. H. Smith. W C. B. Ware, S. J. Wendall. Ask for "advertised letters" and mention date of list. BENJAMIN R. ENGLISH. Postmaster. Warranted the Best. - If vou have charjned hands, rouzh or chafed skin you can be instantly cured by using Pearl's v nrce uiycenne. jo not caKe anyinmg said to De just as good, sola oy ail druggists. se2Heod3t HALE'S HONEY is the best Cough Cure, 25, SOc., 1. GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP heals and lieauufies, 23c. GERMAN CORN REMOVER kills Corns & Bunions, 2. HILL'S HAIS & WHISKER EYE Black & Brown, 50c PIKE'S TOOTHACHE DROPS cure in 1 Minute, 25c. DEAN'S RHEUMATIC PILLS arc a s.irr cjre. rwv- " The Greatest Cure on Earth Sor Pain." Will B relieve more quickly tbm any other known rem-1 sweiUties, DO-LL Keen, oniiscH, e Bams, "Scalds, Cuts, Lumbrv I fro, Pleurisv, Sores, Frost-bites, backache, Quinsy, Sore Throat, 6 Qsinrvo. wnimds. He&rlache. I Toothache, Sprains, etc Price g 35 eta, a bottle. Sold by all (drueffista. Caution. The (ren-1 i-56'3 uine Salvation I'u Dears oar c fae-simile sigmtare. A. C. Meyer & CkK. Soiel .Proprietors, Baiwmore, otu. nr. Buirs Cou eh by run will cure yonr Cooh at once, i"4 onlv 25 tu. m bottle. Electors' Iff eetln&r. THE electors-of Tie tojru of New Haven are hereby u- ti fled and warned to meet in their respective voting districts on MONDAY, the 4th day of October, A. D. 1886. at 6 o'clock a. in., to signify their approval or disapproval by ballot of the following constitutional amendment: "Sheiiffs shall be elected in tne several counties on ine i ues riftv affr thft first Monilav of November. A. D. 1886. and quadrienally thereafter, for the term of js - a J rt T..A our years, uuuiuieuciu uu iiie nrai ua uunr following their election." Those who approve of said proposed amendment shall give in a ballot with the word "Yes'" written or printed thereon. Those who disapprove of said propoca amendment shall give in a ballot with the word. "No11 written or printed thereon. The ballot boxes will be open from 6 o'clock a. m. until 5 o'clock p. m. in the several voting dis tricts as follows: In the First ward a: 67 Center street, Benedict Building. In the Second ward at Oatman's shop. No. 18 .rarit street.. In the Third ward at No. 170 Congress avenue. Starr's store. In the Fourth ward at Northeast corner Columbus avenue and est Water street. In the Fifth ward at No. 71 Chestnut street. In the Sixth warn at No. 48 St. John street. In the Seventh ward at No. 197 Hamilton street. In the Fighth ward at No. 740 State street. In the Ninth ward at No. W'l Dixwell avenue. In the Tenth ward at N- 375 Itlm corner Howe street. In the Eleventh ward at No. 100 Ferry street. In the Twelfth ward at No. 184 Ponlar str et. In the Thirteenth ward at Franklin Hall, Weat- viiie. In the Fourteenth ward at the Engine House, Annex. In the Fifteenth ward at the building ot John N. Rowe, near the Four Corners." J. W. POND, 1 WILLIAM E. HIGGINS, ANDREW J. CALLAHAN, Constables. WILLIAM B. CAT LIN, J MICHAEL B. ENSCOE, J A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and in discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, loss of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe tha will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self -addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Inkas, Station D, New York City, seleodawly. . H. G. WARREN & GO., INVESTMENTS -AND- INSURANCE, 87 ORANGE STREET. tals aiiil SMs Tor Sale. f 10.000 Minneapolis and St. Louis RR. 1st 7s. a (ion Cincinnati. Van Wert At Michigan RR. 1st mort. 6s of denomination of $100. 100 shares Detroit. Hdisdale & Southwestern BR, guaranteed by Lake Shore. &u snares recK, oww ex. . nw uw, 20 shares Norwalk Gas Light Co. 20 shares Southern New England Telephone Co. 3,0O0 Northampton RR. 6 per cent, of 1909. 85,000 Housatonic RR. 1st 4s of 1910. noo Unlrswanns &. Western RR. 5s. guaran teed by Delaware, Lackawanna and Western RR. S5.000 Columbus, Hocking Valley and Toledo R. R. 6s. . Western Farm Loans, principal and Interest guaranteed. W. T. HATCH & SONS, BANKERS. The market Buoyant and Aeti-re Con siderable Strength In the Dealings New York tc New England A sain One of the Features An Active movement in Western Union Dealings Wind Up With a Decidedly Bullish Feel ing. Nkw You, Sept. 29. The market was more buoyant during the fore noon than at any previous time this year. The fea tures were New York & New England, Lake Shore, Michigan Central, Canada Southern, Kansas & Tex as, Louisvilla & Nashville, St. Paul and Omaha, all of which were 1 to 34 higher. The largest ad vances during the forenoon were in Michigan Cen tral, 8 per cent , and Canada Southern, 3 per cent. Before 12 o'clock Michigan Central fell back to 88 and Canada Southern to 56, and both were un usually active. It is now understood that there is no doubt about a dividend on Michigan Central and Canada Southern this year. As the Michigan Cen tral and Canada Southern are really - partners, the latter having one-third interest in the profits, the dividend on Canada Southern would be half as much as that on Michigan Central. Lake Shore ill also get a dividend for the year, but whether S or 5 per cent is not certain. Kansas & Texas and St. Paul were unusually active and higher. Ap pearances justify the report that there is a pool in each of these three, with intentions of advancing their prices above present figures. The activity in Western Union is not due to any prospect of a set tlement of the telegraph war nor even to the pros pect of an advance in rates, but the speculation is founded on the fact that the volume of business has increased with the increase of general business and that by a proportionate reduction of expenses by the use of the more rapidly conducting copper wires the company is believed to be earning about 5 per cent on the stock. There is no p respect of a dividend. The surplus is being devoted to a renew al of the plant. At the close the general temper was bullish. In the last half hour money was bid up to 10 per cent, in order to depress the market, but it had no effect as the market closed strong at near the best prices of the day. The net advances for the day ranged from & to SH per cent. The sales for the day were 518,213 shares. Money closed at 7 per cent. - Exchange closed dull at 4.82a4.84. Governments closed strong. Closing prices reported over t he private wires of BUNNELL, SCRANTON. Bankers and Broker... Bid American Bell Telephone. 193 Alton and Terre Haute. 37 Alton and Terre Haute pfd 85 Boston & N. Y. Air Line pfd 101 Burlington and Quincy 137 Canada Southern bB$& Canadian Pacific 671 Central Pacific 49j C. C. C. i 1 634 Chesapeake and Ohio 10 Chesapeake and Ohio, 1st pfd 17 Chesapeake and Ohio, 2d pfd ... 1 Consolidated Gas 78 Del. and Hudson Canal 106s Del. Lack and Western 139H Denver & Rio Grande 331$ Erie 35 Erie seconds ...101 Erie and Western 12 Express Adams 140 Express American 108 Express Wells, Fargo 125 Illinois Central 135 Hocking Valley .. .. 33- Ind.. Bloom. & West l(ijS Kansas & Texas 3$ Lake Shore 92 Louisville A Nashville f-0 Manhattau Elevated 141)j Memphis & Charleston 40 Mibhigan Central M. and St. Louis 21 M. and St. Louis pfd 4614 Missouri Pae - New Jersey Central C2 New York Central 1136 New Central Coal 33 New York st New Eng &t4 N. Y. Chicaso & St. Louis 9 N. Y.. Chicago & St. Louts old 22g N. Y.. Suso. & West 7)4 N.Y.. Susa. & West pfd 2U$ Northern Pacific 286 Northern Pacific pfd 62jfc Northwest :l'-94 Northwest tfd Asked 199 38 90 138 56 t7 60 63 11 18 im 79Js 107 13a 338 36 102 143 110 128 135 33 9-i 50 141 42 89J$ 21 46 112S8 62Js 113, 33 225 716 224 29 62 118 142 17)4 45 199 28 51)S 113 Norfolk ai 'West .. 1094 Norfolk- VKr. nfri A!U- 45 Oil Certificates 198 Ohio & Mississippi 28)4 Omana 51 Omaha pfd 113)4 Ontario & Western 22)4 Oregon Navigation 105 Oregon Transcontinental 33 Pacific Mail 57)4 Peoria. D. and Evansville 30 Pullman Car Co 144 Reading 36)4 Richmond & Danville 140 Rock Island ex;div 125 San Francisco 32 " Preferred 65J4 " " First Preferred J12 St. Paul 95)4 St. Paul pfd 121 St. Paul, M. and M 116)4 Texas Pacific ITU Union Pacific 61)4 Wabash 20&Z Wabash pfd 37)4 Western Union Tel " 73 West Shore Bonds 101 Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows 106U 34 " 57 30)4 145 36) 4 150 125 33 66 113)4 9-5 121 117)4 17)4 61 20 37) 4 TiBs 1016 Firsts 115)4all5l4 Grants 105"4a .. Funds 117 all8 Centrals 115J4all6 Government bonds closed as follows: I). S. New 3's 100)4a .. 4)4s, 'Olreg lis all 2)4 4)4?, 1 coup 112 all2)2 4s, 1907, reg 127)4al279i 4s, 1907, coup...,. 128)4al28?4 Currency 6s, ""9ft 126 Currency 6s, '96 12S5 .. Currency 6s. '97 131)4 - Currency 6s, '93 13354 - Currency Us. '9S 136 Chicago drain and Provision Market. Closing quot&Lious Reported over Private Wires to Edwin Rowe lc Co., Commission Mer chants; 403 New York Produce Exchang, New York. The following shows the quotations at 1 P.M. (Chicago time) for the rast three days: Sept. 2". Sept. 28. Sept. 29. (Oct. 73)4 73 73U; Wheat -i Nov 7544 75 75)4 luec 'J "'6 (Oct 37 36 36 Corn -i Nov 38 38)4 38 I Dec. 39)4 39)4 898 (Oct 9.50 9.45 Pork Nov 9 55 9 62)4 I Dee 9.45 9.40 9.32)4 9.35 9.37)4 (Oct 6.15 6.12)4 6.05 Lard -Nov 6.10 6.05 6.0i)4 f uec o.uo o-u-cMi o.uo Local Stock Quotations. Furnished by IS u 11 n e 1 1 Sc Scranton, BANKERS AND BROKERS, Simpson Block. BAKK STOCKS. Par. Bid. Asked New Haven County National Bank 10 13 Second National Bank 100 138 New Haven National Bank 100 155 Tradesman's National Bank 100 153 Yale National Bank 100 118 Merchants' National Bank 50 61 Mechanics' Bank (State) 60 72 City Bank (State) 100 123 STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONOS. " Due. NewHavenCity6s,$20,000peryear 100 do. do. 5s 1887 1897 102 do. do. 7s (Sewerage) 1901 ISO New Haven City 7s,(Sewerage) 1891 112 do. Town 6s. (Air Line) 1889 105 do. do. do. (War Loan) 1885 100 New Haven Town Bonds,6s., Boun ty Loan 1890 105 RAILROAD BONDS AND STOCKS. New Haven and Northampton 6s, 1909 117 do. do. 7s. (old) 1899 122 do. do. do.(new) 1899 120 New Haven and Northampton 5s, 191 1 105 Holyoke and Westfield 7s; (g'r't'd) 1891 110 Boston and New York Air Line 5s 1905 110 Colchester bonds, 1st m'tg'e 7s. 1907 117 Housatonic 5s, Con. lst.Mortgage. 1910 103 New Haven & Derby 1st mort 7s, 1S88 103 -New Haven and Derby 2nd mort 1899 120 New York, New Haven and Hart ford R. R. Steck 100 207 Naugatuck Railroad Stock 100 205 N Y. and N. England, mortgage 6s 1905 117 119 New York and N. England 7s 1905 126 128 Shore Line Railway 100 168 New Haven and Derby 100 12 20 Fair Haven and Westville H. RR. 25 S3 West Haven Horse Railroad 25 12 Boston & New York Air Line pref 100 100 103 New Haven and Northampton 100 12 Housatonic R. R. preferred... 100 130 133 MISCELLANEOUS. New Haven Electric Light 100 120 Ches. and Potomac . 80 85 Southern New England Telephone Co 100 77 New York and New Jersey Tele phone Co 100 73 New Haven Water Co. Stock..... 50 98 Fair Haven Water Co. Bonds, 7s, 116 New Haven Gas Co. Stock.. .. 25 47 Mexican and Spanish Dollars 75 Chili Dollars 70 Canada Bills 98 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Bills 98 English Sovereigns. 480 487 Trade Dollars 70 70 INVESTMENT SECURITIES. We have received for sale a few choice real estate seven per cent, loans. Interest and principal payable at our office. BUNNELL &. SCRANTON, BANKERS AND BROKERS, 733 and 734 Chapel Street. iMMtix not si; or HENRY CLEWS & CO., 13 and 15 Broad Street, N. Y. Deposit accounts received, also certificates of deposit issued, payable on demand, 4 per cent. Interest allowed. MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. sel7 12t VERMILYE & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, Dealers in Investment Securities. JVos. 1G and 18 Nassau St., kw roRii riTV. THIS PAPER I ivn niera PfallttdelDhtm at the NewBp,ip3 Adver- tOUt author! id mmm l0tTtitI0. WE ARE NOW READY ! PALL We are showing tlis largest stock of Men's, Youths', Boys' and Children's Clothing ever of fered in this State. C. I LOILET & CO. 101, 103, 10.5 CHURCH STREET, New Haven, Conn POLITICAL. First Ward. The Republican electors of the First ward are hereby requested to meet at the offlce of Judge Deminp, 4 unurcn srreet. on amwaj "nnu. October 4th, 1886, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of electing delegates to tiie cougressionai, surie.onj. senatorial, probate and representatives conven Wjc. W. Hydk. Chairman. The chairman of the Republican committees in the several wards in the town ot new naveu a hereby notified to call meetings of the Republican p)ftnMinMi)iw&riloD or before the 6th day of October, 188!i. for the purpose of electing delegates to the congressional, shrievalty, senatorial, probate and representative con veiuious . Each ward is entitled to the following number of delegates: First ward 8 Eighth ward Second ward., 5 Ninth ward Third ward 3 I Tenth ward Hi Eleventh ward Fifth ward 4 I Twelfth ward 3 Sii-th war.! 41 Thirteenth ward 2 Seventh ward 4 I Fourteenth ward.. Fifteenth ward Secretaries of all ward meetings will please send credentials te the undersigned at once after meet ings. HUGH KAll.t-:Y, Chairman Republican Town Committee. New Haven. Sept. 27, 1886. Notice. Republican headquarters for the fall elections will be at rooms 17 and 18 Insurance building, where any question can be asked pertaining to the making of voters, and any other business relating to elections. The rooms will be open evenings after this week. rtuaH liailxy. Chairman Republican Town Committee. New Haven, Sept. 28, 18S6. Sixth Ward. The Republican voters of the Sixth ward are re quested to meet at the office of Hotel Yale on Mon day evening, October 4, at 8 o'elock,for the purpose ot electing delegates to tne congressional, surievai ty, senatorial, probate and representative conven- Fred A. Bbtts, Chairman. Tenth Ward. The Republican voter of the Tenth ward are re quested to meet at No. 37:1 Elm street Monday even ing, October 4, 1886, at 7:30 sharp for the purpose nf Rlectincr delegates to the congressional, shriev alty, senatorial, probate aod representative conven tions. J- iL- n"'"' Chairman. Eleventh Ward. The Republican voters of the Eleventh ward (11th) are requested to meet Bt 100 Ferry street. fnrthtmimn,nt ttlectiui? dttleentea to the con gressional, shrievalty, senatorial, probate and rep- reseuutLlve wureiiuwn. Per Order, F. S. Hamilton, Chairman Thirteenth Ward. The Republican voters of the Thirteenth ward are requested to meet at Franklin Hall, Westville, on Tuesday evening, October 5, 1886, at 7:30 o'clock to elect aeieirates 10 tire muEnnoiuiui, bui lovmuy, senatorial, probate and representative conventions. rer vraer mraru uommHiw, D. C. Momson, Chairman. North Haven. The Republicans of North Haven will meet in Linsley's Hall on Friday evening, October 1, 1886, at 7:30 o'clock, to make up a ticket for town of ficers and nominate delegates to tne various eon ventlons,and do any otner necessary ousiness. rer oruer, Chairman of Committee. East Haven. The Republicans of East Haven are reauested to meet at the Town hall on Thursdav evening. Sep tember 30th, 1886, at 7:30 o'clock for the purpese of nominating town omcers. er order. Town Committee. Woodbrldire. The Renublicans of Wnndhriri?e are reauested to meet at the basement of the Congregational church in said town, on Fridav twanin?. October 1st. at 7:30 o'clock, to nominate candidates for town officers and justices of the peace. I'er unier. Town Committee. Hamden. The ReDublicans of Hamden are reauested to meet at Warner's hall, Thursday evening, Septem ber 30. 1886. for the nuroose of nominating town uuicers ana justices oi tne peace. rer order Town Committee. Orange. The Republicans of Orange are reauested to meet at the Town hall on Thursday evening, Sep tember 30th, 1886. at eight o'clock, to nominate town omcers and justice oi peace. i'er oraer. Town Committee. 84 Hawlej St Boston, lass. UPHOLSTERY GOODS, Turcoman and Mlk Curtains. Window Shades, Curtain Fixtures, AND UPHOLSTERY HARDWARE. 1TB MAU TBS ONLY GENUINE SoAkS. and oar Stop Boiler Is Standard. sVAsk your Sealer fbr them, taks noothar. WHOLlWT,lj fflsilNjKOS. & COJ Clothing. TRADE ! THE "MOTHER HUBBARD" Rag Attachment for all Sewing Machines. The latest and best out. Easy to learn. Easily sold. Male and Female Canvassers WANTED. 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Thurs day, cattle Show and Balloon Ascension. Friday, Trotting and Running Races. Balloon Ascension. ADMISSION 25c. Geo. A. Gowdt, Sec'y. 25 5t ' 4 TA-Sf B Hal 1 s 'SH " Rich as GOLD LEAF." N. Y. Heiild. " Useful in everv TIOME M TmnrrSK. GILDS EVERYTHING, Fiiimii, Fornitche, Pa pkb. Metal, Plaster, Silx, &c. Any One can e it A Camels Hiir Brush in each box. Price BO cts. Aak for RUBY'S GILDING, Refute all mbttUule. old by Akt Dealers, Dbooowts A Stationers. iw Xork Chemicfii Mfg. Ot.,l.i( 6U,X-X Mr3' no 1 HvcmiBiims, Xc. Havana Cigars. Direct Importation. Just received ex. ss. Niagara, a fine line of Ha vana brands. Will be ready for delivery Satur day, the 31st inst. J.D.DEWELL&CO . IMPORTERS, 233 to 239 State Street. Do Kou Wish to Save Money? Then buy your goods for cash, and buy where you can buy the best goods for the least money. We think we are in a position to compete with anyone in our line. We claim to be the largest aod the oldest Cash Grocery House in the city, and we are trying to keep up onr reputation for selling the cheapest. We shall have a few baskets of fine Peaches. Pi ice will be low. 1,000 pounds splendid Concord Grapes at 5c lb. 25 boxes new Lemons, a bargain, at 12c dozen. 1,000 dozen fresh Eggs at 23e dozen. Delaware Sweet Potatoes only 22c Peck. Pickles. Cucumbers. Pickles. If you are in want of small Cucumbers for pick ling come and see us. We shall have two barrels os ne stock at a very low figure. Small Onions for pickling at 16c peck, 60c bushel. 200 boxes Smoked Herring at 10c box. Quinces SOc a basket, (peach basket.) We shall have fresh native Bleached Celery at 15c a bunch, Wednesday and Saturday. Remember we are the largest vegetable dealers in the city. We keep everything in that line. Don't forget that we are headquarters on Flour. We have just bought four carloads, 500 barrels, and can suit you on price. We shall continue to sell our Pure Creamery But ter at the old price for a few days. D M. WELCH & SON, 28 and 30 Congress Ave. Branch So. S Grand St. Register copy Choice Home Slaughtered BEEF ALWAYS ON HAND AT HURLBURT BROS., 1,071 Chapel Street. CORNER HIGH. Wtisczllmizous. W. H. Hale, E. C. Beskktt. BICYCLE SUPPLY CO., AGENTS FOR Royal Mail, American Star and Kangaroo Bicycles. Bicycle Repairing: a Sneclaltr. Parts aud sundries,. Rubber Tires, Cement, etc.. always on nana. jy33 Urn 3-j Front St., Sew Haven, Ct II VECTORS! J0H3 E. EAKLJK, !Vo. 868 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn. raves n irftersonai attention to procuring Patents for Inventors. 1 iV THE UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES" A practice of more than thirty years, and fre- ?uent visits to the Patent Office has given him a amiliarity with every department of , and mode of proceeding at, the Patent Office, which, together with the fact that he now visits Washington semi monthly to give his personal attention to the inter ests of his clients, warrants him in the assertion that no office in this country is able to offer the same facilities to Inventors in securing their inventions by Letter Patent and particularly to those whose applications have been rejected an examination of which he will make free of charge. Preliminary examination, prior to application for paten? made at Patent Office, at a sm&U charge. His facilities for procuring Patents in Foreign Countries are mi equaled. Refers to more than one thousand clients for whom ne nag procured letters Patent jylSd&w i i to 1 j If r i ALL GF1EMJ BUTTER. Approved methods with the best appli ances have brought butter making to almost perfection at the Creamery, where it is made EVERY DAY. L. G. HEMINGWAY & SON, 1,098 CHAPEL STREET. X3&c:iJL Sale To close out remainder of this season'sfetock. We I offer a limited number of Lawn Tennis Rackets at greatly reduced prices. Please call and examine. Old Rackets restrtmer. W. ii. $HKPARn, 80 Water Street. (" '":if- Children's Carriages at cost rather than carry them over the winter, i ricvc.es nna veiocipeaes. 47 Oranse Street- J. H. G. U R N T, ANTIQUE CLOCKS. Those intending to purchase should call and see the largest and best assortment ever shown in this city, 3S and 4Q Clmrcli Street, CLASSIGCOLLECTIONS OF FIANOFORTE MUSIC. The following eleeant and correct editions of cel ebrated musical works are In constant demand by good players. Beethoven's Sonatas. Lebert and Von Bulow edi tion. In paper. S vols. each. $3.00 The same in cloth, embossed. 2 vols. each. no iuuliiii h iuaui KIM. in D iDrr. I.IHI Chopin's Nocturnes. Cloth SI. B0, paper 60cts Chopin's Waltzes. Cloth $1.25. paver 50 cts Schumann's Album. Op. 68 and 15. paper $1.00 Sonatinen Album, fingered by Cohler. Cloth $1.50, paper 75 cts dementi's Sooatinas, Op. 3fi, 37 and 3S, paper 50 cts Kohler's Kinder (Children's) Album, paper 75 cts Mendelssohn's Songs without words. Cloth Vi.au, paper . 51.00 The above books, with the exeention of TWtho- ven's Sonatas, are reprints of Peters' pkhriitp.l editions of the same worfes, and are extra good and correct editions, and faithful mniwi nf tli als. ' Piano Classics, recentlv mintichol la filler! with unusually good piano nieces of medium difhculty, by modern composers, frlce. Cloth 81.50, Boards SI. book mailed, for the retail Any 1 price. I OLIVER DITSON & CO.,Boston Oil wtvutw R. G. RUSSELL, iHnf ITtTT HAWS Chaps Btreet, Mew Haves Oooa jJji T -.111 rt- t its mi biplfc 04r ?Jte J New York, Sew Haven A. Hart ford R. Jl., Jane 28, 1886. TRNS LEAVE NEW HAVEN AS FOLLOWS : FOR NEW YORK 3:58, 4:28, 4:40,5:15.-25 -W-SOu 7:30.8:10, 8:30, 9:30;i0:40,tll:50 a.a-Wa S way train to Stamford), uao, a-40 S-10S-KO 4:00,.5J00 5:40, 6:15 milktirain with Sa. sS commodation way to New York. TO0, 7:10. (7:30 way to Bridgeport) '8:38, tS.OO p m Sun S;;? WsSfSS. Milford, Bridgeport. Soutf Norwalk aStorS ' FOB BOSTON VIA SPRINGFIELD 102 nlrit. 8:52,8:00, 'll a. m., l:lt,3 86p it 8undays, 1:02 night, 6:26 p. m P' FOR BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PROVT DENCE-1:30 a. m., 10:30 a. nCfait express 4:00 p.m. Fast Express, Sundays i PJ tl2:25 noon. Newport Express trains io-- ' m., 4:30 p.m. . i.w a. FOR BOSTON VIA HARTFORD AND N Y Mil. ... ...ova. ... uiuiy. FOR BOSTON Via Air Line and N. Y. & N. E. R. R. o.w a. y. in "O.UO p. HI. fast 611 r'a 8nndays 5:05 pf m. exp..s. WHITE MOUNTAIN EXPRESS-11:20 a. m. with through care to Fabyan's House, daily except Sundays Saturday nights the 1 :03 night train will run through car to Fajbyan's. Tuesdays Harord.)6:5CB:00, 10:28, 5? U05. -nio W 32?'j12'J:Vk 5:07:55, lian.rora?. 2.',:pBi. Sundays l:oal.ightl 4:35 FOR "NEW LONDON. ETC 1 -30 nlriit (7:50 Block Island Express) loiao 105 a m 4:20, 8:07, 6:18, (9:8o p. in. way to Guilford goes no farther.) Sundays 12:25 noon, t-3(5 night. VLr? .Am. LINK DIVISION for Middle- town, Wilumantic. Etc. Leave New Haven for aU stations at 8:05 a.m.,l:25,5:05, 6:15 p.m Sun days, o:05 p. m. Connect at Middletown with OIm-.7?Jley B- R- ""a " Williraantic with fl Y. N. E. aad N. L. & N R TL ar i, with Colchester Brfnch Trai" rivS New Haven at 8:02 a.m., :22. s-5?i m JZitSSt? " Surenffit: t Local Express. New Haven ANonhampton St. it. Commencing Monday, June 28 1886 Tnronen Saratoga Train win eom T:.vmenCe rann"K on Jnlysth. New York " ob New Haven 7:ls n-' Plainville h.js ii-sk p. m. p.m. 2:00 4:30 4;00 6:25 4:50 7:13 5:38 8:03 5:48 8:25 6:32 6:17 9:00 6:40 9:22 6:36 6:53 7:00 7:45 8:09 10:50 9:30 ARRIVE New Hartford Westfield Holyoke Northampton Williamsburg South Deerfield Turners Falls Shelburne Falls North Adams Williainstown Saratoga Troy Leave Saratoga Troy WHIiamstown North Adams Shelburne Falls Turners Falls South Deerfield Williamsourg Northampton Holyoke Westfield New Hartford P- m. 9:00 1:28 :19 12:54 9:48 1:30 9:55 10:18 10:15 11:05 10:41 1:31 1:53 2:15 2:14 n:30 2:58 11:509 3:24 9:45 a.m. 11:00 l:20p.m 9:20 12:50 4:0B 10:11 1-32 A- 9:45 10:35 1:25 1:52 4:3 5:20 5:12 6:34 10:55 6:45 11:00 2:20 5 40 7:09- 11 -a 2:48 6:27 7:30 10:45 3:05 6:38 Plainville Arrive T"l m 8:15 12:: 3:53 7:38 New Haven 9:17 1:23 4:50 8-28 New York 11-45 3:30 7:00 10-m JZXIZJ1 at 11:04 S. B. OPDYKE, jB.EgultRD ARAY- - T- A K.W naTe" Derby Railroad. Train Arrangement commencing June 14. 18S6. LEAVE NEW HAVEN At 7:00 and 9:52 a. m.. 1:20. 3:20, 5:45, 7:05 p m Saturdays at 11:00 p. m. LEAVE ANSONIA At 6:35. 9:05 and 11:40 a. .n., 1:00, 3:20 and 6-45 n m. Connections are madt at Ansonia with passenger trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Haven with the principal trains of other roads centering re- , E- 8- QUINTARD, Sup't. New Haven, June 14. 1886. Sauifaluck Rallroaa. COMMENCING JUNE 14th, 1886, trains Lave New Haven via N H. & D. R. B., connecting " ltli this road at 7:00 a. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger train for Waterbury, Litchfield and Win sted. 9:52 a. m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown Litchfield, Winsted. 3:15 p.m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger train for Waterbury and Watertown. 5:45 p. in. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown. Litchfield, Winsted. 7:2?,Pa n. Connecting at Ansonia for Waterbury. FOR NEW HAV EN-Trains leave Winsted: flO s-?.-.V,?9.?-51vS?thJ tnrough car, and at 4:35 p. m trains Leave waterbury At 5:3o aTm. 8:26 a. -m., through car, 10:50 a. m. 2-42 p m through car, 5:50 p. m. ,, , . GEORGE W. BEACH Supt. Bridgeport. June 1 4. 1884 'gxvLV&lzxs' nine. NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT CO. Dally for New York-Fare ?1, inelnd lng berth-Excursion Tickets $1.50. Steamer C. H. NORTH AM. Capt. F.J. Peck, leave NewHaven 12 o'clock p.m., Sunday excepted. State rooms sold at Peck A Bif-hop's, and at KlockNDru Store. Steamer CONTINENTAL, Captain Steveni leaves New Haven at 19:15 a. m. Sundavs excepted. From New York The C. H. NORTHAM leaves Peck Slip at 3 p.m., and the CONTINENTAL at 11 p. m., Sundays exc&pte-, Saturday 12 o'clock mid night. Sunday Boat for N.York Steamer NEW HAVEN at 10:30 p. m. Staterooms sold at the Elliott House, tree stage from Ins. Building a' 9 p. m Tickets sold and baggage checked thro to Philadelphia (via both routes), Baltimore an" Washington , JAMES H. WARD, Agent. Starln's JVew Haven Transporta tion I,inc. Every Day Except Saturday. ir-fc Leave New Haven, from Starin's JikW'M 'BfaDock. at 10:15 o'clock p. m Tha JOHN H. STARIN, Captain McAlister, eve? Sun rfrWr?.7 and Thursday. The ERASTUS CORNING. Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Returning, leave New York from Pier 18, foot of Courtland street, at 9pm the Starm every Monday, Wednesday and Friday the Corning every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The only Sunday night boat from New York Fare, with berth in cabin, $1 ; stateroom $i. Ex cursion tickets $1.50. Free Stage leaves the depot on arrival of Hart ford train, and from corner Church and Chape streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 o'clock Tickets and Staterooms can he purchased of the rtownes News Co.,' 809 Chapel street, Peck & Bishop .02 Chapel street, and at the Tontine Hstel. . C. M. CONKLIN, Agent, jyi" New Havfin- rvmn PASSAGE RATES REDUCE!. ANCHOR LINE. Rleamers every Saturday from Nnw York to GLASGOW AND I. ON ONDEKBV Rates of Pnssage to or from New York, Olassrow, Liverpool, Lon. donderrrorBelftiii: CABINS, $45 and $55. SECOND-CLASS 830. Atlantic Exprrsi Service LIVERPOOL via Q I'EENSTu WW S. S. "CITY OF KWIE" fronf New York Wednesday, October 13. Saloon passage $SO upwards. Second-class $30. Steerage outward or prepaid, either service 20. apply to HENDERSON BROTH E US, New York or BUNNELL & SCRANTON, 732 Chapel street, or v. . wi.iM . ovyix, .i tuapei street. New Haven- my20 6m AIIAN PRYAI MSI! STFAM?U!P? T -r , " "'""I'o rxt ifCKUitiriV- uBfini between Quebec and Liverpool, calling Hi. I .r.iitiiiiij!wrix.- ami 1 .. j. V1 Londonderry and Gatway. Cabin, Intermediate onor, inwTi. --icuuiiunociauons ua surpassed. Prepaids issued from all parts of Grea Britain and Ireland, t or further information a iy w jt. ol. a. aijUais. Agents. .Portland, and , , v, t . a1 1 1 a 1 Al J.ll n.. n n Grand at.: RTIKKKI.T. x sppikthm r-w - Chapel street. my lSeodSm Wntlnnal E.lmA mT fe. r . . BETWEEN NEW YORK, LIVERPOOL, OTJEENB Sailing weekly from er 38, North River Jew York, are among the largest steamships crossing the Atlantic. Cabin rates, 50 to $100; Excursion at SDeCial KtM milEiflni ir i -7- - wii3mp America's nrs trip to New iorjt, 6 days. 15 hours and 41 minutaa F. W. J. HURST, Manager. Agents at New Haven, BUNNELL SCRANTON W. FITZPATRICK, A. MCALISTEa , 50HQK M. DOWNES WON. E. DOWNES. a" LIGHTNING FRUIT JARS Pints, Quarts and 1-2 Gallon. At Lowest Itf arket Price's. A Large Lot of MASON'S JARS AT COST. Rubbers for nil the Jars now in use. PEACHBLOW VASES From the same .factory that ; made the celebrated . v xiao rem article. DINNER AND TP A ec-rc In Decorated and Whit. ri :n , , . ' uo unuersoia. House Furnishins Goodo ol ev- rj uesenption. ROBINSON, 90 Church Street, near Chapel. yjprn evenings. In convenient packages for COPPERAS use. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. WHITTLESEY'S DRUG STORE,. ' 744 CHAPEL STREET. 326 State Street,