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April 11 1888 VOL. LVI. fc, ,.miL.i in. ' !- (otogne pout HEAiniEULUQUIOSUBSiraiTE TOOTH POVfoER? KCUS THC TgCTH WHITtTMC BREATH SWEET t. -AHOTHCCUM HEALTH (.CONTAINS NO GRIT, NO ACID J.y "X " nni i iiino inwiuw wis hi n a tuvruiun luwiDinne , DIRECTIONS' onTME brush iiuintMHMtll aware e.w. Hovrta xcdr TOYT3;6CRMANj!13PLOGNE.V - tOWtLL.MXl C. - J- A Concentrated liquid Extract of MALT and HOPS. MANUFACTURED BY SPECIALTY DCT PHIL. BEST ITOEWING CO. Aids Digestion. Cures Dyspepsia. Strengthens the System, Restores Sound, Refreshing Sleep. Priceless to Nursing Mothers. Recommended by Eminent Physicians. POB SALE BY Alt- DRUCCISTa SAVED HIS LEG I SCROFULA ' ' ' or xhs BONE CURED ! UraoiTU, Qa, An; Tm swift Sraonno Co., Atlanta IU.1SR. la. i Lieatlemeo-T-l nave uwn oted with ulceration of tba less .ver since i was a child, tne aiseaae nnaoiiowai uvihc uciv . dltjiTT. as my mother suffered from scrorulr : oui symptoms. As I advanced tf manhood ; my affliction Increased until the malady power of words to describe. My right leg DartlculnrlT became fearfully Involved, th aiclcu1(Uly r fcr. Itg being leas painfully affected. Finally, . itg Derag lew paiuiiuiy auwbu. m iiwiif, out fourteen years acq, Uw alcerson m? rtiS lea bad eaten through the flesa into the done. In order to save my lira tne doe tors determined to amputate my leg below the knee. The operation was successfully performed by Dr.H. V. M. BlUer. of Atlanta, and Br. W, F. Bond, of Llthonla. But the joss of my lea save me only temporary re lief. Thepoison was 1U in my system and soon beican to show Itself agalh. In a short time after Urge ulcers appeared on my left leg, eovertnff (t from the Knee to the tnnep. if g, ulcer quenuy woue a a wuiu mhuu the blood which ooaed from the bug libera, ana the sores anu rottening noies were so offensive that my fellow-wdrkmea could npt stand the stench and. would sun away from me. . fjLt lit I ii for f was nersuaded to trr B. B. 8. As a lui effort I consented to do so, and bout seven months o I begat Bilf.c. I noon bowan to feel the began takinff th 'eel the rooa efcecti F the niedlcthe, the offcniive ruanlng began Do Brow lens ovaa less ana naauy oeaMtx, in ess ana naauy oeaneo, ids vloera healed, my neah became firm and olid, and today, after nalng twenty one otvies, i am aa naie anu iwui mu ui 017 a there Is In Georgia. I am seventy-ona rear oia, dui ieei ow jounci aUa rvuicr k.n f rfist whn I tfsui iwentT-flve. I WeisTll I weigh aeen off bout 170 pounds. Nothing U to be aeen of tbe terrible d d iioaae. or to remind me of the torture 1 euffered for so maoy years, except I the acara of the pert octly r I vranl the world to k: ucaivu un.cio. now or tne almost nairacutous cure effected on me by S; 8. 8., ,end I call upon those who wish to know the Particulars aircciiy irom nie vo wniu, auu ill consider It a pleasure as well as adut; larticulars directly from nie to write, and I a DleaMure as well as a duty to answer their letters. I refer to ur. w. EO rut TO Bond, or sUtnonu ila. as to tba truth ox my atatamant. Very cratef ully B. DjtAKB. vuiSi Treatise on Blood and Skin DlseAees mallea tree. 1M Drawer a, auww. uev Mrs. 23. R. Jones, DENTIST, T4S Cbapel, cor. State Street. Over Brooks st Oo.'a Hat and Fur Store. OFFICB HOUKS 8 A. M. to S. ANODYNE iUii 3J FOB ; I-; x ' i '-tSBJSTAXs TJSB- The Most Wonderful Family Bemedy Ever Known. ohltle. If eiiralgla, lUieamaUsm, Bleoalng a Iiunge, Hoarseness, Influeflaa. Hackins; C Whooping: Cough, fJatarrh, Cholora Morbus, entery, unromo 8plnal Dlcases,! DlATThrea. KlrLnev Troubles fiDlnal Dlcaaes, Bolattca. lama ae. umi Back. Ijameness and soreness lorenoss in Body or Xlmba. rculars eo. I. S. JOHNSOU CO., auaiuss. fiaoa. ake New. Rich Blood! These piUa were ft wonfierful discorery. No others Hfce them In the world. Will .positively cure or relieve all manner of disease. The information around each box Is worth ten times the cost of a box of pills. Find ont about them, and you will always be thankful. Own FIXLAPOSB. JUUStraiea pampmet mtww. ouiu where, or sent by mail for To cts. m sumps. OT cu. til Biauifis. s. a. e . om House St., BosToy, Mas Jonxsox Co., 23 l Cusjo eaeroi -esBrafO'- 155 EDrONALlOOD, 1HE WORLD RENOWNED 5ALVAT0II FOR INVALIDS AND THE AGED. AN INCOMPARABLE ALIMENT FOR THE GROWTH AND PROTECTION OF IN FANTS AND CHILDREN. A 5UPERI0B NUTRITIVE IN CONTINUED FEVERS AND A RELIABLE REMEDIAL, AGENT IN ALL, DISEASES OF" THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES $OLD by V SHIPPING DEPOT frim sHewYork flJlDlESEM: 2o Tonr Own Isjrelna;, at Home. Thsy will dye everything. They are sold every Where. Price lOo. a package. They have noequU for Strength, Brightness, Amount In Packages - or for Fastness of Color, or non-fading Qualities. Thev do not crock or smut; 40 color a. For sale by 3. S. Cobnm, New Haven House Phannacyjand by 1: fl Si HEAHHEULUBUIDSUBSmUTg II HI X - ill IB8 Em BILiLtf M m Site pmmvCl ixu& anvisx. Dhuvkbed bt Casrters iv thx Cry, 15 OBKTS A WKXK, Ml CKB7T8 A MONTH, JU.UU A Tiab. Tm Sax Txbks Bt Mail. Wednesday, . April 11,1S88. FAIU HAVEN. General Rote That Will Prove of In terest to Local Beaders-To-mTorrow Night's Concert. The keel for the new schooner that H. H. Hanscom is to build at his yard is all ready. A nana of workmen are already at work shaping frames for the big; four-master. Mr. Baribault is improving bis residence at the corner of Lloyd and Chapel streets by adding a bay window. Many tickets hare already been sold for the concert that will be siren at the First chnrch to-morrow, Thursday, night, the programme for which is as follows: FART I. 1. Quartet. Yale Glee Club. 2. Soprano Solo "To Sevilia," Dessauer. Miss Fachter. 8. "Andante und Variationen," Fur swal Viaaoforte. Schuman, Opus 45. UIks Seelev and Mr. Btaata. 4. Recitation 'Flying Jim'g Last Leap." MusTilden. 5. Violin Solo "Gypsy Memories, .. Baracate. Mr. W. K. Haesche. Accompanist, Mr. S. R. Ford. , 8oprane Bolo Spinning Song,1 .Co wen. miss raruoe. . Baritane Solo. Mr. O. J. Busbnell. PAST II. 1. "Ventre a Terre,".... Kowalskl. (.For eight bands.) Mrs. Fowler, Misses Bradley and Seeley, and Mr. Staata. 8. Quartette. Tale Glee Club. la. "April," Lassen. a. Tenor Solo I b. "Spring Bong," Mosenthal. Mr. IT. H. Osaorn. 4. Soprano Sola "Ave Maria," Gounod. (With Violin Obligate.) Miss Fecbter. Accompanist, Miss "Williams. 6.- Recitation "Too Late for the Train." MiasTilden. 6. Quartette. Yale Qlee Club. 7. Baritone Solo. Mr. C. J. Busbnell. 8. "March. Trlomphale," A Garia, Opus 01. Miss Seeley and Mr. Btaata. L The concert is given under the auspices of the Young Ladies' Missionary society to aid a young lady missionary in Mexico, with whom they bays been in correspondence rear or more and are greatly interested in. The funeral services over tne remains oi Miss Mamie Soott took place yesterday from St. Francis' church. Frank Tompkins, who recently went to Florida, will not return to his home in Cedar Hill as ha had expected to do, having secured a lucrative loo there, r red xompsini, bis brother, will return ia a few days. Several new nouses are Bnortiy to do oniic on Center street. William Cnmmings has reoently become a conductor on the Fair Haven and Westville road. Charles F. Putney and Miss Louise P. OBurnham are to be married to-morrow at the bride's home, 135 Lloyd street. John Tracy of tne tteigats nas neen sick with pneumonia for three weeks past, bnt is able to be out again. Henry A. Hull will move into tne lyier place oh Center street after May 1. Charles Hughes and tamuy nave moved to Orient, L.I. me trout nsnermen were out yesterday, but no large catches were reported. THI COURT RBOonu, , Superior Court civil Side Judge FostB. The case of Barton Oorham, as trustee for his wife, vs. the town of North Haven was resumed before Judge Fenn yesterday. Mrs. Oorham wants damages for injuries re ceived by being thrown out of a carriage in North Haven, owing to a defective highway. The testimony for the plaintiff was all in yesterday, and in the afternoon ' the defecoe brought in ita witnesses. The defenoe is trying to show that Mrs. Gorham was unwell before she was thrown out of the wagon, and furthermore that the road in North Ha ven ia not defective. Attorneys Arvine and Ailing appear for the plaintiff, and Hamil ton and Linaley for the defence. The case will be con tinned to-day. Cooper ts. Phillips 9500 and Costa. Yesterday Judge Fenn rendered a decision in the case of Mary Cooper vs. Dr. Albert Phillips, giving a verdict for the plaintiff to receive $500 and eosts. Both parties reside in Derby. The plaintiff claimed that she broke her leg and that the defendant treated her for aciatio rheumatism. Mrs. Cooper was represented by Attorney John W. Ai- ltne. His honor did not think that the de fendant had been guilty of gross negligence, but thought he did. not use due cars. Superior court Daetalon A 5,000 JudaOaent. A decision in the ease of Lucius B. Hin man et al. administrators vs. Alfred Good year was handed down yesterday from the Supreme oonrt. The plaintiff was repre sented by ex-Judge Stoddard and Seymour C. Loo sals, and the defendant by ex -Judge Mnnson. Judgment his been rendered for the plaintiffs, who will recover about $5,000. The plainuaTs claimed that in the year lssl the defendant gave bis two notes scour ed hv mortcraee to John Finney. These notes amounted to $1,863.10. Afterwards Finney assigned these notea to A. D. Good year, deceased. On February 14, 1881, the defendant gave A. D. Goodyear bis note for ;,UUU, secured by mortgage. One thousand dollars was paid on this not Jnly 3, 1861. On August 11, 1871. the defendant eave A. D. Goodyear his note for $1,000, and secured the same by a mortgage, and in this suit brought ia the October term of the superior court Luems a Hinman and his co-administrator, the plain tiffs, sought to foreclose these notes. The defendants claimed that, the notes called for 13 per cent, interest, that this interest was paid and that the exoesairc interest should be deducted from the principle. The plain tiffs refused to make any sncb alio wanee, and the case was reserved for the bnpreme court, Court of Common Plea. Civil Side JudsreaStudley ud Demlsi, sa The case of Wierweiss of Derby vs. the Derby railroad company was resumed before Jndge Studley yesterday. It was not finished Before Judge Demlng and a jury was the case of Miss Eva Myers ts. Mrs. Caroline Buchanan and Mrs. Osterman for slander. The parties reside on Grand avenue. The plaintiff claims that her character was dam aged by the talk of the defendants. Attor neys Asher and I. Wolf e appeared for the plaintiff, and Attorney Strouse for the de fendants. Attorney Biegwart Spier acted as interpreter. The ease will be resumed this morning. CItF Court criminal Side Jadse Pickett. Breach of the peace John Higgins, con tinued to April 11: Mary Ann Kcdden, iudg ment suspended; Matthew Gallagher, $5 fine and $5.52 costs; Fatriok McAulifte, $5 fine and $5.52 costs; Thomas Carroll, $7 fine and $4.55 costs; Frank H. Eenney, $1 fine and $7.06 coats; Timothy J. O'Connor, $7 fine and $7.88 costs; Michael Bobinson, $5 fine and $5.62 costs; James F. Gleason, $7 fine and $4.55 costs. Embezzlement Edward Dwyer, $20 and costs. Vaerancy Michael Avington, nolle; Fat- rick Henley, nolle. Non-suppbrt of wife John Sherlock, con tinned to April 24. Violation of liquor law Anna C. Murray, oontinuea to April .11; James f. unrein, con tinned to April 24; Bernard Keating, contin ncd to April 11. court Notes. ' By order of the Probate oonrt Anctieneer William H. H. Hewitt sold the house and lot No. 03aton street to Henry G. Newton for $1,000 yesterday. Ike PlalntlsT Wins. Justice George Tyler has decided the case of .Miller vs. Gloson Hall for .the. plaintiff, Miller is a New York man and sned to recov er $35 for cheese. Mr. Simpson's Statements Denied. ' Ex-Governor Harrison as a committee of the Superior oonrt went to Wallingford Mon day and heard the testimony of ex-Senator Yale, tn the case of Yale vs. the Simpson, Hall, Miller company. Mr. . Yale is suffering from rheumatism. . He denied the statements made by Mr. Simpson. The l,l.t Completed. - Thomas Carroll and Jamea P. Gleason com plete the -'gang who assaulted Assistant Superintendent Wallace some time ago. They were fined $7 and costs. Said HI. Wife Left Him. John Sherlock's ease for not supporting his wife was continued until April 24, to civa hint tunc to provide for bis wife. Sner lock aays his wife left him. She said her husband turned her outdoors three months after they were married. Struck His notkor-ln-Lstw. Timothy J. O'Connor was fined $7 for striking his mother-in-law. Plead Cullty. Edward Dwyer, formerly in the employ of Hamilton & Linahan, was charged with em bezalement. . He was discharged by the fur niture dealers soma time ago for some crook edness and yesterday it was discovered he 1 fit till trying to collect funds from parties owing Hamilton & Co. He visited the re- sidence of Edward Biser, ISO wooewrr street,, and - succeeded In oolloeting $3 from him. Dwyer plead guilty to the charge, said he had only been in the country fire months and came, from Dublin. He was fined $20 and costs, and failing to pay up was relegated to the reformatory institn Hon for the next sixty days. STATE COBMIPOHBENOE. milford. April 10. Mr. S. W. Bray has purchased Mr. Abram Peck's farm at Milford Point. Key. L. H. Lee. of New Haven, has been engaged to preaeh in the First church next Sunday. Deacon A. A. said win is making prepara tions to move into Mrs. William Bristol's house on Cherry street at an early date. A very pleasant social p-stbertns ot tno young people's society of the First church was held last Wednesday evening in the chnrch parlors. Ed. Wilcox and bis cousin, Uanton Wil cox, were returning in their boat from a trip on the Sound and were suddenly capsized into the water while opposite the Stratford lignwouse. xney made every ettorc to save themselves and were finally rescued by the lighthouse keeper, who- took them in where they were dried, warmed and otherwise cared for until they were able to secure their boat and return home. Miss S. N. L. Stowc's and Miss Emily Baird's select school opened this week for the summer term. The pnblio schools wil open next Monday. Mrs. J. A. Biddle is expected to be present at the Sunday evening service of the Y. P. S. C. E. ofi'the First church next Sunday and address our youatr people on the needs of missionary work in our own country at the present time. Eev. E. P. Sanford of Grace church, New Haven, preached at St. Peter's chnrch last Sunday in exchange with Eev. J. H. Fitz- srerald, the pastor. Echo drum corps intend giving a soiree In tbe Town ball on tbe evening of April l Mr. S. C. Durand, the popular dispenser of meats, is connned to bis borne by an attacs: of rheumatism and sore tbroat. The old Catholic church is being -fitted up for use by the Young Men's Temperance so ciety and other chnrch work. James S. Higby's drug store has been undergoing much improvement since the late fire; and now the decorations and repairs are nearly completed, it is indeed as fine a store as can rarelv be found. A cheek for ten dollars has been received bv A. 0. Tibbals from Eev. N. T. Merwin of Trumbull for the Milford soldiers' monument, Last Friday morning the forenoon trains were delayed by an extra switch engine jump iop; the track near the cemetery. After much trouble matters were righted and the delayed trains were able to go on their way. Miss Addie Treat of JNew Haven was in town at the residence of her uncle, Eogar S. Baldwin, over Snnday. North Haven. April 10. At the Congregational ohurch on Sunday James Beynolds occupied his fa ther's place in the pulpit and conducted tne service in a very interesting manner. His sermon was pronounced good. There were present those who were bis Sunday sobool teaoksrs at that time. All were very much interested aad rejoiced at the success of last Sabbath's effort and for the promising out look for the future. S. B. Thorpe, ohairman of the committee for publishing Bev. Mr. Reynolds' quarter century sermon, ia now ready to reoeiva or ders for copies from those in town or out of town. Those desirous, of obtaining the ser mon shonld confer with Mr. Thorpe at once. Mr. Clonglt, who has been quite snoceasfnl in hatching chiokans by an iaoubator, was so unfortunate as to have about forty smoth ered during the absenoe ot himself and wife in New Haven one night last weak. Mr. Henry Bradley's place at tbe bridge is for rent to a good tenant this spring. F. C. Bradley, who returned from a win ter in California last weakr was present at the Sunday evening meeting, where his friends were pleased to hear his voice again. All ware glad to welcome Air. Uradley and his family home. The friends of Mrs. Wilson A. Doolittle, who was for some time leading soprano of the Congregational church choir, had scarce ly time to rejoice ever the birth of her first child, a daughter, on April 5, before the lit tle one was dead April 8. The funeral ia to take place to day. Burial at North Haven. Mrs. S. F. Lineley was absent from her Sunday sobool class l ist Sunday, having gone to New Britain to visit her mother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. John Barnes recently return ed from a visit to Washington. D- O.. where they were highly pleased and much interested lb what tbey saw. Captain Marihurh.who has remained home ainoc the death of his son,started for another voyage last Friday, but in stepping from the ears was so unfortunate aa to sprain bis ankle and came back borne. He is now able to walk with a cane. Lorenzo Bassett is sick, attended by Dr. B. B. Goodyear. Mrs. Eliza Mansfield, who is ill. emnlovs a physician from Wallingford. Captain A. j. Kassett, of .New Haven, was in town calling on menus last evenlae. uon't tore-et .rroiessor HiODard at Memorial hall on Wedneaday evening, April 18. Southiasrton. April 10. There is bo donbt that there will be a flourishing Yonng Mea'a Republi can clnb hare within a short time. On Mon day a number signed a paper signifying their purpose to join sucn an organization and a meeting will be held on Wedneaday night. in i9T. r . L.. Stevens of the OODirresTa- tional church gave notice on Snnday ef his resignation, to take effect on July 1st. It is piooaoie tnat be will go to Uersnany In the summer. W. E. Duncan won $12. the first prize tn the crib handicap given by the Yonng Men's Independent clnb. Henry Bnll will move hia family and household goods to Beading, Pa. aullrord. April 10. Housekeepers are fashionable and it does not appear to make any differ ence if the wife is turned out to malts room for one. ' Workhae commenced on the new Saekem's Head road changing the grade at "Sachem's Head crossing" and on the new piece of high way oonnecting the Leet's Island road with the new Saohem'a Head road. Scarlet fever ia said to be In town, two children being sick with it according to th doctors, and with something else aooording to other people. Mr. Atwood of tbe ana: mill is moving out of town and business people arc lamenting the death of that saill and the button shop. There has been and continues to be a large amount of moving this spring, and apparent ly no dearth of houses or tenements. Mrs. Samuel Dolph has purchased and will soon move Miss Lydia Chittenden's barn on to his premises. Mr. unaries huh nas purcnasea a oniiaigg SHE "a HE. , (Not by Ryder Bagged.) She brought him to the Doctor's to got him cured of Dyspepsia & chronia leanness. Bnt she prevailed upon him as a last resort to try Scotch . Oats Kssaneo and tbey are both happy. ; :; MORAL, Co thou and Do likewise? BOSLtlUE PILLS. Or Pellets made from Oatmeal Husk and rich in "Boskino," Natnre'a .laxative, anti bilious and corrective. Cures Ohronio Con stipation, Nausea, Sick ' Headache and Bil iousness. 25o per box; all drug stores. -8, OVB. Co., 180 Falton St., Row YssTk, rLw - KwVjjX He took the f SfTA". VSc TV 1 stuff pre- lTisi4-yNf A- IV scribed for fsST JJ nJxXa. yr months, WV I I" a oUml and A II, Ft ' then swore V wJ II he'd never j& Jt JiJ take another lot on Broad street, and will build a house thereon during the ooming summer. Mr. Daniel Mointyre contemplates build ing again on the site ocenpied by his house recently burned. Advice to mothers. Mrs. WInslow's Soothinsr Syrup for chil- drer teething is the prescription of one of the beat female nurses and physicians in tue United States, and baa been used for forty years with never failing success by millions ef mothers for their children. During the process of teething its value is incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen; tery and dlarrbcea, griping in tbe bowels and wind colic. By giving health to the child it testa the mother. Price 25c a bottle. a9mwfotwly -- - .- - A Time For Everything And this is the time to gain health. It is needed in the increased activities of spring work and trade. Paine s Celery Compound will give perfect health. It tones up the sys tem, works off the bad blood and drives away spring torpor. aQ eodSt When Baby was sick, we gave her OASTOSIA, Whm she was a Child, she cried far CASTOBIA, When she became Kiss, she dung to CASTOBIA, When she bad Children, ahegavetaem CAST&Bta. ROUGHqnCORHS soItwrns 15c. RQyGH"T00THACHEBi5c. GwrfeST op MnnFRHD' 'fflH.fjDNIJflBTinuN GOES DIRECT TQ WEAK 5PDT5. Don't allow yourself to break. Keep up Youth, Health.'Vigor. As good at 60 years as at 85, as good at 75 as at 40. At the first signs of going back begin the use of Wells' Health Ba NBWKB. Rejuvenates lagging vital forces, causes the blood to course through the veins as In youth. For weak men, delicate women. Cures Dyspep sia, Brain or Nervous Weakness, Exhausted Vitality, Restores Vigor. $1.00. Druggists or Express. E. S. Wills, Jersey City, N. J. B uch u- Pai ba. $8Sz& annoying Kidney, Bladder and Urinary diseases, Catarrh of Bladder, &c. $U Druggists. E. S. 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After giving up all hopes of recovery I happened to see an advertisement in the newspaper about your cuticura remedies, ana purcnasea uwm irom my drusreiet and obtained almost immediate relief. 1 began to notice that the scaly eruptions gradually dropped off and disappearedone by one and have been fully cured. I had the disease thirteen months before I bejran taking the Cuticura Remedies and in four or five weeks was entirely cured. My dis ease was eczema and psoriasis. I recommended tbe Cuticura Remedies to all in my vicinity, and I know of a great many who have taken them and thank me for the knowledge of them, especially mothers who have babes with scalv emotions on their heads and bodies. I cannot express in words the thanks to you for what the Cuticura Remedies have been to me. My body was covered with scales and 1 was an awiui spectacle to oeuoia. now my skin is as nice and clear aa a baby's. GEO. COTEY. Merrill. Wis. Sept 21, 1877. Feb. 6. 1888. 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Hacking Cough, Asthma, Pleurisy and 'in nam ma ti on reiievea in one min ute by the Cuticura Antlk?aln ariaater. nornmg use it zor weaa a.ungs. apt wAtsAtw 2w ASK FOR I LIEB1G COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT, and Insist upon, no other being substltutedif or it N. B. Genuine only with facsimile of Baron Iilebla'a signature in BLUB INK across label. Bold by '.Storekeepers. Grocers and' Druggists. ; Catarrhal Dangers. To be freed from the dangers of suffocation while lying down; to breathe freely, sleep soundly nd undisturbed; to rise refreshed, head clear. brain active and free from pain or ache; to know that no poisonous or putrid matter deflles the breath and rota away the delicate machinery ot smell, taste and. hearing; to feel that the system does not, through its veins and arteries, suck np the poison that is sure to undermine and destroy, is indeed a blessing beyoad all other human enjoy ments. To purchase immunity from such a fate should be the object of all afflicted. Bat those who have tried many remedies and physicians despair of relief or cure. Sanford's Radical Cure meets every phase of Catarrh, from a simple head cold to the most loathsome and destructive stages. It Is local and constitutional. Instant in relieving, permanent In curing, safe, economical and never-failing Sanford's Radical Cure consists of one bottle of the Radical Cure, one box of Catarrhal Solvent and one Improved Inhaler, all wrapped In one package, with treatise and directions, and sold by all drug' gists ior si. ... Porraa Drug & Chemical Co., Boston. Hnw Mv Side: Aches ! Achine Sides' and Back. Hip, Kidney and Uterine Pains, Rheumatic. Bciatic, Neuralgic Sharp and Shooting Pains ro- 'IfSllewed la one minute bv the Cuti cura Anti-Pain Plaster. The first and only pain-auung piaster. a periect, marantaneous never-failing antidote to pain, inflammation ant weakness. Especially adapted to relieve female pains and weaknesses. At all druggists', 25 cents. Or OI I OTTK H 11BUQ AHO VHBMIOAX. VU., lOBtOU. apmatthatw2w BLAf.GAOD'S FILLS, IODIDEOF IRON APPROVED BV TT1S ACADEMY OF MEDICINE of Paris, are specially recommended by the : Medioai ueieonnes oi tne worm zor ocroxiua, (tumors. King's eviLetc.) tile early stages ef Con- -sumption Constitutional Weakness Toe-mesa of -Blood.- and for stimulating and ref ilatinir its periodie Bourse. None irenulne unless signed "Bukifoaass 40 rue llonaparte, Paris." B.Jottgera k Co., N. V ., Agents for V. S. Bold by Druggists geuaraUy, financial. The Same Old Story Pries. TTeak All Through the Ltst-Clbsf bk Values the Lowest of the Day. Haw Toes. April 10. Stocks opened generally weak to-day, with de clines ranging up to H per cent, and -further losses were sustained in tbe early trading, which was very moderate and connned principally to half a dozes stock. The market than became vary dull for most of the list and some improvement was made in quotations, which were generally brought up to tho level of these of the opening. The hoavl ness reappeared in the afternoon, however, but the losses were entirely insignificant - until the last hour, when Missouri Pacific took a header, bringing the rest of the list down with it. The close was quiet but heavy at about the lowest prices of the day. Closing prices reported over tbo private wires of BUNNELL SCBANTON. Bankers and Brokers: - Bid Asked. Alton At Terre Haute 35 Alton 4 Terre Haute Pfd 50 Atlantic & Pacinc J?B Boston Sl N. Y. Air Line 97 Burlington Quincy "J? U. C. C. Sc. 1 Cameron Coal r.. ....... Canada Sout&ern Canadian racific fa Central Pacific - - 29 Chicago & Alton 130 UbesapeaseA Ohio... .- 1 Chesapeake & Ohio. 1st Pfd. 4 Chesapeake & Ohio 2d Pfd Ohio., Bt Louis A Pitts i Chic. Bt. Louis A Pitts Pfd .'. 81 H Cin. W. B Cin.W. B.Pfd 494 Columbus & Hocking Valley 17W Del. Lack. & Western 1258 Del. Sc. Hudson Canal 105 Denver Sc Rio! Grande If Denver Kio Grande Pfd ...... .. 48 EastTenn.. Va&Ua 8)4 East Tenn., Va. At Ga. 1st, Pfd..... 59 EastTenn.,Va. & Ga 2d Pfd.... .... 19 Erie '. f4 Erie Pfd 56)6 Erie Seconds 7 , Erie At Western 1H Erie and Western preferred 44 Express Adams 183 American 107K In. Bloom, ot W 10)6 Illinois Central 1. 118)4 Kansas At Texas 1396 Lake Shore .' 89 Louisville; Nashville 63)6 Manhattan Elevated. 85 MicniKan Central 76)a 37 77 96 118 48 S4 89)6 140 a 3 IS S4 4 so 12SM 1UD 18! 61 20 58 9796 136 44)6 . 14U 110 12 1S9? '53)4 85&4 77 Mil.. L. Shore At western ot Mil.,L. BhoreAt W.pfd 86 Minn. At Bt.Louis 53i Minn. At St. Louis pfd 13)6 68)6 88 7 15 71! JJ Missouri rsc 71i Mobile At Ohio 8 New Jersey Central.. 77)6 NewYork Centra: ..104)6 10494 New Jon 4 Sew Bag........ Hocking Coal At Iron .. S3)8 ... 20 . . 28 .- 13 ... 65 ..218 -... 17 ... 45 .... 21 ... 44)6 1. susq. At west pid Y..C. 8t Louis . Y.. C. ec. St. Louia pfd Y. N. H. At Hartford 29 14)4 66 221 Norfolk At Western . .... 17)6 45)6 21)6 Norfolk west Did., Northern Pacific-. Northern Pacific pfd 4?! 105J, 142 7!M 1991 16): 87V 19V Northwest Northwest pfd Oil Certificates Ohio At Mississippi...-. Ontario At Western. . 141 77&S - 1?8 . 15)d . 87)4 . 19 81 . 18 Oregon Navigation. Orecqn Transcontinental.... Pacific Mail Peoria. D. and Evansvilie 81)6 19 Beading 66)6 569a Richmond At West Point 21 2194 Kicnmona s w.r. pia oi Rock Island 109 San Francisco 26 10994 SSY 67 108 69! 110! . 99! 47 98 Ban Francisco pfd o5)6 San Francisco 1st ufd 106 o'.- Paul - 6994 Paul Dfd ' 109W Bt Paul and M 99 St. Paul 4 Duhrth 45 St Paul At Duluth,pfd 95 Wabash ia . 13)6 Wabash pfd 23)6 WesternlUulonTel 7294 Wheeling At Lake Erie. 49 Tenn. Coal At Iron 26)4 X4 72 Ml 27 government bonds closed as follows 6s, -91 reg 10C)6al0(S?6 4-48, '91 coup :06)6al06j Is, 1307, reg : a ts, 1907, coup , ..124 al4)4 Currency bs, 'sss laojs - Currency 6s, '88 :2i)6 curr-sccy oa, w . :-o6 Currency Sa, '9S 52794 Curreaov 6s, ... '.80 Chlcaeo (irstn ami Provision lirket Closing quotations Reported over Private Wln-a to Edwin sto-sro St Co., Ooiu:n;wil Mt-r- hante,40J New York Produce 5--cti-.--.Rt , t York. The following showe the ouotatlons at ! I", a (Obicatro time) fir the pasif thro dar-- Aprtl April 9. 73) -48)4 52VS 619. 13.87)6 13.97)6 13.97)6 7.50 7.52)6 7.57)2 AprU 16. fApr i May . IJune..... 78)6 Wheat 77)6 si! Apr May June ... Cora Apr 13.82)6 May 13.42)6 June 13.47)6 Apr 7.41)6 May 7.-H) June 7.55 Pork Lard Stflds For Sale. 50 shares New Haven Gas stock. . 80 shares Northampton R. R. Co. stock. ' 10 shares Boston At New York Air Line pfd stock. 25 shares N. Y., N. H. At H. R. R. Co. stock. 13 shares Yale National Bank stock. 6 shares Second National Bank stock. (1,000 Northampton RR. Co. 6 per cent bond. H. C. WARREN & CO., 87 Orange Street. DEFY BY HI BURGLARY, -FIRE, FORGERIES, BY HIRING A SAFE IN THE VAULT Mercantile Safe Depsit Co. Annual rental of safe from FIVE to SIXTY;DOL LARS. Absolute security for Bonds, Btouks,Wills, Bullion, Plate, Jewelry, Precious Stones and all evidences of value. Access to vault through the banking room of the MECHANICS' BANK. 72 Church, corner Center Street, Coupon rooms for convenience of patrons. All persons interested are cordially Invited to Inspect the company's premises. Open from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Thomas R. Trowbridge-, Profit. Olivxk 8. White. Vice Prest. f2S sod Oh as. H. TwowBRipoa. Sec and Trees Shorts ltald the market A Downward movement With Reading In tho LeadThe General list Higher as m Hesult of the Week's Trading. KIMBEKLY & BARKER, Western Farm and City Loam, Principal and interest guaranteed by - L09IBARD INVESTMErVX CO. Capital (paid In)... $1,150,009 Assets, January 81, 1888 3,256,01 Local Securities Bought and Sold. No. 89 Orange Street. mhl " INVESTMENT SECURITIES. t 2,000 New Haven At Northampton 6 per ct bonds. 2,000 " " " 6 " " 81 shares Shore Line Railway stock. 45 shares D anbury and Norwalk stock. $5,CO0 Nebraska City 6 per cent Water bonds. BUNNELL .&? SCR ANTON, BANKERS AND BROKERS. taa tun t4 chipei htbbkt, STOCKS AND BONDS FOR SALE. 10 shares N. Y., N. H. At Hartford RR. Co. 50 shares Danbury and Norwalk R. R. 20 shares Yale National Bank. 50 snares Adams Express Co. 25 shares Consolidated Rolling Stock' Co. 6 shares N. H. Electric Light Cc 40 shares Grilley Company. 50 shares N. H. Gas Light Company. 50 shares Security Insurance Company. 100 shares Boston and N. Y. Air Line preferred. $5,000 Housatonlo B.R. 5S of 1937. WESTERN FARM LOANS. Principal and Interest guaranteed by the New England Traat Company. W.T.HATOH & SONS, 1.A1VKERS. VERMILYE & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, Dealers in Investment Securities. Not, 16 and 18 Nassau St., r NEW YORK CITY. 8 Per Gent Mortgages. Security 3 to 5 Fold. These are negotiated through the Kansas Loan and Investment Co., one of the most careful and conservative houses in this business, and have their absolute guarantee in addition to the mortgage se curity. Time one year, (two coupons), making them very drab-able for those seeking temporary' Investments. Also a good supply of 6 year 7 per cent, bonds in sums to suit - , JOHN KERLE1, Office. S14 fjeorare street SOLD HEBAIh PARIS, I87& TJAlXEIsVS BMM Cocoa. Warraited abtolutelu pure Coosa, from which the excess of Oil bos been removed. It has three timet OK ttrength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot er Sugar, and Is therefore far more, economi cal, costing let than ont tent a atp. It la delicious, nourishing. atreogtBening, easily aigeswi. aau admirably adapted lor mvanaa a. well as for persons In neattn. -- Bold by fireeers everrwherav W. BAKES & CO., Mestsr. Ka& I 1 i 111 1 fill FOUNDRYMEN, Miners and Mechanics, find the Ivory Soap the best.to wash up with after work is "done. It removes dirt and grease quickly, and is easily rinsed off, leaving the skin soft ancr smooth. Ivory Soap floats, so if dropped into the water is not lost, for it rises quickly to the top and floats like a chip. Ivory Soap lasts long and costs but little. A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the ' Ivory ' f " they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of the genuine. Ask for " Ivory " Soap and insist upon getting it Copyrigut, 1886, by Procter &. Gamble. - STANLEY'S VAPOR TglXTRACTINa TEETH WITHOUT PAIN . J-JAS NO EQUAL FOR THAT PURPOSE. . - , BAD RESULTS OR AFTER EFFECTS. JNFINITELY BETTER THAN GAS OR ETHER. jgEST METHOD YET DISCOVERED; JELIABLE AND PLEASANT. 4 aNLY COMPOUND THAT IS ALWAYS gAFE FOR VERY NERVOUS PEOPLE. 774 CHAPEL STREET. 774 Over Mendel & Preedman's Store. Larp Manofactnrer's Sale. Prices Below all Competition. A manufacturer came to ns with a large lot of shoes made for a party to be done at a certain time. Being enable to finish them on time were 14ft on his hands. He needed the money, the quantity was so large but few retailers could handle them. We did not need them, but the. price at which the lot was offered was so low we could not refuse. Ws have the goods, the manufacturer has the money, yon will have the benefit. This large purchase, more than the entire stock of some stores, added to the already immense quantity of goods in onr store, makes an over-stock, even for us; so we shall cut pri ces right and left. We shall inaugurate a bargain sale long to be remembered. ' Prices are not always a sure test, as valnes are governed by quality. . What we want ia to have you realize that we are giving in this sale positive values the biggest bargains ever offered in desirable shoes. The goods are fresh and in good style. The prices in many cases are so low that they cannot be duplicated. Ladies' hand sewed welt button, $3.83. Ladies' very fine kid button, $2.90. Ladies' straight goat button, $2.65. Ladles' kid button, $1.85. Gentlemen's calf walking fast, $2.00. Gentlemen's Campbell hand sewed bals, $3.60. Gentlemen's fine calf bals, $2.90. Gentlemen's seamless shoes, $1.40. Boys' shoes. $1.90. Children's spring heel kid bnt ton, Blzes 6 to 11, 5 cents. Infanta' kid button, 55 cents. M. BRISTOL & SONS. ap9 cod t I PtbiTttrtfMtfegvj- Indtscmtionsi ov aFn.Oet V SO-StAl Kn-i-urs. WR O t'A HA TK riJKEbjrthi I4KW 1MPROVIU in is apeei c ecu rpo me . u o r UfEKATIVSWEAKllZBa. bTtV. Hy diraoUy throngl) all mi paitLrettor heaith ndajxoroua Brrangth. ElectrKj inwisuiuy or ;onens,uw in etuilst a om alt othfntMlta. worn esses petv ImDroveraerj ts t trursxl in three monl beaied punpb.let4c. ftsuixa QiH tUGTRIC CO UtlOAOWAY.NEW I OB SPECIAL SALE DAYS. Monday, April 9 Ribbons. Tuesday, April 10 Hamburg Edgings, Checked Cambrics, Laces. Wednesday, April 11 Plash Felt, Fancy Silks, Plush Ornaments. Thursday, April 12 Pocketbooks, Perfu meries snd Toilet Articles. Friday, April 13 Neck Rncblng, Collars and Cuffs. . . Saturday, April 14 Colls, Baskets. Other special bargains every day C. F. BEGKLEY, 634 Chapel Street. For Billauaneas. Constipation. It cools the flood ; It give. delight. It sharpens up the appe tlte. It aids the liver do Its part And stimulates the feeble heart. For Blck Headache, Dyspepsia. FRAZERccl ilEST IK THE WORLD NT" Gat tlie GrenninA. Sold Kr3TTWtiar9c Music Bocks Always in Season. One who can-play or sing need never be lonely with such books as (hese In the house : . Classical Pianist""1 Piano Classics each $1, are choice and fine collections of the best new pieces by eminent composers. Young People's Classics, contains much good Best editions of the Piano works of Beethoven, Mozart, Chopin, Schumann and Mendelssohn, for sale. Bend for lists. For players on Violin, Guitar, mandolin. Banjo and all "Meed and Orchestral In struments, I. road 1 music and reliable Instructors are provided; also a large and good assortment of the instruments themselves for sale at our Branch Store, under the title of J.C. Haynos Sc Co., 33 Court street, Boston. Please send for grand pictorial oatalegue. Qood vocal music for Home Entertainment Is in Song Classics, $1 SO high class Bongs. Good Old Bongs we Used to Sing, SI the favorite songs of a half century. College Songs, 60 cents popular and easy. Bongs and Games for Little Ones, ti. -- Any book nulled for retail price. OLIVER DITS0N & CO., Boston, mass. C. H. DItson & Co., V 837 Broadway, New York. mar28 w&s&w A Splendid Assortment of Gold Spectacles . '. . ' ... . AND Eye Glasses At the Lowest Prices at J. II. G. DUnANT'S, 38 and 49 Church Street. Repairing a specialty. " ; E. P. ARVINE, AMOBNEYAT 1A W, Rooms 9 and 11, 61) Church Si. aull . .'..-: Current aJx-fe OroaiMt ffaitxts, mis, tc. IF YOU WANT THE BEST That is What We Sell. The Strongest Oil Colors, Tbe Finest Japan Colors, The Best Distemper Colors. Our Railroad Paints and Liquid Hoc ae Paints are the Best in the Market. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396 AND 398 STATE STREET Courier Building- PURE WHITE LEAD AND LINSEED OIL. Jewett's, Atlantic and Bradley wmteLead. French Zlno In 12 and 25 lb. Cans. We nave 1S4 desirable .hades of patfnl mixed and around in oil. Jewett's Pure Raw and BoIled Linseed Oil. Sole agents for MA STIR Y '8 RAILROAD COL ORS and AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINTS, all of which ws warrant strictly pure and for sale at the owest maraec rates. D. S. GLEOTEY ft SOU Not. 370 and 3T9 State St. avIO - S. E. MERWIN & SON, isataDii.nea issi. Packers and Curers of the Celebrated Elm City crana oi HAMS," SHOULDERS, ANO BONELESS BACON. 'w HAMS ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM. ill TOW Susar-Cnred Meats. . Open Kettle Lard. 854 Sc 356 State St., New Haven, Ctv Packing; Home on It. It . Av. CLOSING OUT SALE. Hard Wood Blantcls Below Cost. Slate Mantels Below Cost. French and American Clocks Below Cost. Table and Piano Lamps Below Cost. Silverware for what It will bring-. The above goods must be Sold at Any Price, To Close Up the Business. CALL AT ONCE. THE HOUSEHOLD BRASS CO. 1 ap9 - 38 Center Street. SOMETHING NEW Carriage, Sleigh, Crib, Rocker, etc, all In one. Ulna xnoycies ana veiocipeaes. COWLES dc CO., 47 Orange street. apfl IMPROVE YOUR SIGHT. , I have all the improved glasses now made together with the genuine Brazilian pebble that can be eetjin your own frames at short notico. ' Prices never were lower. Also a well se lected stock of all kinds of spectacles and eye glasses already set in gold, silver, nickel and steel frames, rubber, eelluloid, etc, at prices from 25 cents np to tho best pebble in steel at $2.60 each. Repairing watohes and jewelry a specialty. Give ns s call. GEORGE L. STREETER, . . T48 Chapel Street. HEW HATKR, CONK. m8daw Florida Guava Jelly - fS glass jars. New season's packing. 1 F.DW. R. TTAlVT. i! ROW 770 Chape! Street, 4 rr p r,t "CV A - tli5DE0NLYBY 19th CENTURY AHEAD Crowds stoD daily and nightly to nee the wonderful application of electricity which rnns the big coffee grinder at Dawson's re nowned Coffee ana lea store, xt excites as tonishment a machine .so light, so small, with such power. It is a great labor saver. We ground 38,000 pounds ot Coffee last year. The electric motive power comes on mo numo wire that furnishea our store with light. Coffees. Teas. etc.. to dealers and consumers at lowest market prices. Favorable terms and your traae inviiea. DAWSON, STATE STSP. Large and Fine, 12c per pound. Halibut. Codfish, Haddock. Flatfish, White Fish, Ciscoes. GUILFORD CLAMS. Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Tur keys, fjnicKens ana uapons. Lettuce, Radishes, Spinach, Sweet Potatoes, Parsnips, etc. W. D. JUDSON, 60S AND 5Qj STATE STREET- BROADWAY CASH STORE ! The Best and Cheapest House TO RTTY PROVISIONS. BEEF. Top Round Steak 15c a lb. Bottom Kouna &teas: ixc iu Chuck Steak 12c lb. Tenderloin Steak 20-22c lb. Porterhouse Steak 20-22c lb. Prime Rib Roast Beef 12-16C lb. Chuck Roast Beef 10c lb. Shoulder Clod (boneless) 16c lb. Plate Beef, fresh or corned, 6c lb. Corned Beef 5-15c lb. Beef's Tongue 14c lb. Beef's Liver 8c lb. VEAIi. ' Veal Loin to roast 16c lb. veal Liegior oaimg iec 10. Veal Chops 16 20c lb. Veal Breast for stuffing 14c lb. Veal to Stew 8-lOc lb. PAUL JENTE & BRO., lOl and 1QT B BO A P W AY. Great Bargains in Poultry, Prime Beef, Spring Lamb, Teal, E. SCHONBEBGER'i, 1, 3, 3, CENTRAL MARKET, CONGRESS AVE. ap7 JUST ARRIVED I NEW CROP FANCY. Porto Rico Molasses FOB SALE BY STODDARD. KIMBERLY & GO. 213 and 215 Water Street, New Haven. Conn. - 100 Broadway, ccr. Howe 'Street, We Have t A.arge siocs oi Canned Goods which we. aro Selling very low. Native Veal. 10c a pound Stew Veal. 18a20c pound Veal Chops. 25c pound Veal Cutlets. 16al8e pound Veal to itoast. 10c per qt.Uenulne Cape Cod Cranberrles.lOc per qt Prime Beer. 6 to514c per lb. Fine Corned Beef from 5 to lie per lb 8 1 10 lie per lb. Choice pieces for roast from 8 10 lxc per lb. Tne best steass correspondingly low. Besides hundreds of more bargains in mv line. Orders called for and goods delivered to any part or tne city. Also ceiepnone connection. ISjrltcmember tne place. W. S. RICKEY'S, lOO Broadway, corner Howe Street SPRING ! SPRING! Beautiful Spring, and with it comes every goo a ana perfect thing. Spinach, Lettuce and everything green. Porterhouse and Loin 8teak, the best, 20c Round Steak, top, Kc. ' bottom, 12c. Rack Roast 10 and 12c. The finest Branford Potatoes $1.10. White French Turnips 75c. Guilford Tomatoes, per can, 10c Green Peas, per can, 10c. Sugar Cured Hams, 12jc Veal Cutlets 22c. -Roast Veal 16c, Stew Veal 10c. Chickens, full home dressed, 20c. Come one, come all, to STEVENS' MARKET, - 13 Congress Avenue. YOU'D BUTTER READ THIS ! Go buy your Butter, young man. At Clark's whenever you can; 514 pounds for One Dollar Will make your wife holler That's the Butter for me, young man. Fresh laid Eggs, guaranteed, at oc per aoz, sjneapest riaco In the city to buy your r EGGS. We sell all grades of Butter from the manufac tured article to the choice Durham Creamery, and an at wnoiesaie prices, we give presents to an customers; Tops, Marbles. Balls, etc., for the chil dren and something else to suit older people. Call in and see for vourself . COAL CO cents per ton cheaper than the regular price. C. W. Clark. & Son, mar29 - 21 Church Street. Wild Pigeons, English Snipe, SPRING LAMB, Mint, Green . Peas, String Beans, Bermuda Onions, Florida Tomatoes, Hot house Cucumbers, And all the Delicacies of the Season FOUND AT C. E. HART'S, 35 O and 352 State St. RUSH ! RUSH ! Extraordinary - Bargains Not Guaranteed to Stand Long: 8 dozen fine Messina Lemons 25o. 8 quarts Cranberries 25c . Having a surolus of our best Peas and Lima Beans we offer 2 cans for 25c. Sweet Corn, choice goods, 10c per can. A 1 Golden Pumpkin 10c per can. Best Tomatoes 10c per can. Lobsters and Salmon 16c each ner can. Thia Dries 1 away under for best quality goods. Fine taoie Butter 2o to 32c lb. Those table goods, you know, 6 lbs. $1. Genuine Salt Codfish Sc lb. S lbs. Cooking Prunes 25e. Rice 6c lb. Best New Process Flour $5.50 per bbL Fancy Layer Figs 16c lb Pickles 8o dozen. Prime Beef Roasts 13 to 16c lb. Round Steak 12 to 16c lb. . Loin and Porterhouse Steak 18 to S2c lb. We receive none but the best anslitv heaw Vast which is now coming in prime. J. H.KEAKNEY, ELM CITY CASH GROCERY, T4 and 19 Congress Ave,, cor. Bill St In nice packages of five pounds each, 'put up for our family trade. Also In pots ot one pound each. irom &von creamery. . , no Deuer is maae in tne country. E. E. HALL & SON. I Subenion totMiv 0V imported J NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT CO Dally for New York-Pare T6e, lueSurf Ins berta Excursion Xlcktets (good 0 days) $1.35. Steamer C.H.NORTHAM,Capt.Wolgemuth leaver NewH&ven 13 o'clock p.m., Sunday excepted. Btatt rooms sold at Peck A Iiisbop's, and at Klock'sDrus Store. Steamer CONTINENTAL' Capt. Stevens, leaves New Haven at 10:15 a. m. Sundays excepted. From New York The O. H. NORTH AM leaves Peck Slip at 3 p.m., and the CONTINENTAL at 11 p. m., Sundays except., Saturday 12 o'clock mid night. Sunday Boat forN. York Steamer NEW HAVEN at 10:30 p. in. Staterooms sold at the Elliott House. Free stage from Ins. Building at 9 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage checked thro to Philadelphia (via both routes), Baltimore and Washington JAMES H. WARP, Agent. Starin's New Haven Transporta tlon Line. Every Bar Except Saturday. -js4Cs Leave New Haven, from Starin's 6rTwliBJ!n'k " 10:15 o'clock p.' m. The JOHN H. BTAR1N. Captain McAlister, every Sun day, Tuesday and Thursday. The ERASTDS CORNING, Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednea day and Friday. Returning, leave New York, from Pier 18, foot of Courtland street, at 9 p. m. the Starin 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, 75c; stateroom $1. E flnndon tickets S1.25. Free Stage leaves the depot on arrival of Hart ford train, and from corner Church and Chape streets every half hour, commencing at 8:80 o'clock P- m. l lClt)L9 anu staterooms can ne pumiaaeu ul luo DnvnM News do.. 869 Chanel street. Peck A Blshon 792 Chapel street, and at the Tontine HeteL (j. m. cjiX4in, Agent, my81 New Haven. Conn. ANCHOR LINE. Atlantic Express Service. LIVERPOOL via QUEENSTOWN Steamship "CITY OF ROME" from New York Wbdnksdav, April 18, May 16, June 13, July 11. Largest and finest nassenger steamer afloat. Saloon passage, $60 to $100; Second-class, $30. GLASGOW SERVICE. Steamers every. Saturday from New York to GLASGOW snd LONDONDERRY Pflliin nAHAf tn filawiTOW. Londonderry. Liver pool or Belfast, $50 and $C0; eecond-claas. 930. b tee rage, ouvwaru or prepaiu, tnuier nervicc, . Saloon TCraiirRiori Tinketsat reduced rates. Travelers' Circular Letters of Credit and Drafts for any amount issued at lowest current rates. For books of tours, tickets or further information pplv to Henderson Brothers New York, or BUNNELL & SCRANTON. 78 Orange street, WM. FITZ PATRICK, 763 Grand avenue. New Haven. ap7 6m NEW TORS, NEW HAVEN AND HARTFORD R. R. January 16, 1888. Trains Leavs New Haveh as Follows: For New Vorlt 3:58, 4:90 (dally excep Monday), 4:40, 5:10, t6:25, 6:30, 7:30, 8:10, 8:30 9:35, 10:40, 11:50 a. m., 1:30. 1:35, 2:40, S:50 4:00, 5:05. 6:40, 6:SO,7:05,(7:30 way to Bridgeport 8:38, 9:00, 9:10 p. m. Sundays 3:58, 4:80, 4:40 8:00 a. m., 6:00, 6:20, 7:05, 7:20, 8:38 p. m. Waanlngrton Nlscnt Express via Harlem River Leaves at '11:50 p. m. daily; stops at Mil ford, Bridgeport, South Norwalk, Stamford. For Boston via Springfield 1:02, 6:52, 8:00 ll:05a. m.,I:16,3:l0, 6:26 p. m. Sundays 1:09 night, 6:26 p.m. For Boston via New London arid Providence 1:30, 8:05, '10:30 a. m. fast express, 3:00 p. m. fast express 6:15 p. m. Sondats 1:30 a. m. For Boston via Hartford and New York and New England B R. 2:30 a. m. daily. For Boston via Air Line and N. Y. and N. X R. R. 8:02 a. m., 1:25, 5:00 p. m. fast express Sundays 5:00 p. m, ' For Hartford, Springfield, inert den, Etc. 12:25 night, 1:02 night (2:30 a. m. to Hartford), 6:52, 8:00, 10:28, 11:05 a. m., 12:10, J:1 3:10, 5:02 (5:55 to Hartford), 6:26, 8:18, 8:45 p. m. Sundays 1 :02 night, 6:26 p. m. Shobb Like Division. For New London, Etc. 1 -.30 night, 8:05 10:30, 11:05 a. m.. 3:00, 5:15, 6:15, (3:15 and 6:20 p. m. way to Guilford, go no further.) (11:15 p. m. Guilford accommodation Wednesdays and Sat urdays only.) Sundays 1:30 night. Air Link Division.' For irtlddletown, Wllllntantlc, Etc. Leave New Haven for all stations at 8:02 a. m, 1:25 5:00,6:15 p.m. Sundays 5:00 p.m. Connect at Middletown with Connecticut Valley R. R., and at WUlimantic with N. Y. and N. E. and N. L. and N. R. R. at Turnersville with Colchester Branch. Trains arrive in New Haven at 9:15, a. m, 1:22, 6:68,8:53 p.m. Naugattjck Division. Trains leave New Haven, via the New Haven and Derby R. R., connecting with this division: For Wl listed and way stations at 7:15 and JT52 a: m.; 2:30 and 5:45 p. m. For Waterbnry and way stations at 7:30 p. m. For New Havens Trains leave Wlnsted at 7:13 and 9:40 a.m., 1:20 and 6:10 p. m. Leave Water bury at 5:38, 8:26;and 10;54 a. m.; 2:42 and 7:31 p. m All the above trains connect with trains on Wa tertown Branch. Northampton Division. For North Adams, Turner's Falls Wllllamsbnrs, Holyoke and New Hartford and Intermediate stations, trains leave New Haven at 7:45 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. Fort Wllllamsbureb, Northampton, and points this side, at 11:04 and 6:25 p. m. From Wllilam.bnraj: train arrives at 9:17 a. m. From Northampton at 4:55 p. m., and from North Adams, etc., at 11:36am. and 8:5 5 p. m. . For Saratoea, at 7:45 a. m., arriving at 3:30 S. m. . M. SHEPARD, O. T. HEMPSTEAD, General Sup't. Gen. Pass. Agent Express Trains. tLoeal Express. New Haven and Derby Railroad. Train .Arrangement commencing Monday, Jan- uorv iu, loro. . LEAVE NEW HAVEN At 7:15 and 9:52 a.m.,l:00,3:S0,6:5,7:S0 and U:15p.a, LEAVE ANBONIA I At 6:35, 9:05 and 11:40 a. Ju. 3:20. 5;53, 6:40 and 8:2 I I p. m. II Connections are made at Ansonia with passenger ( InilTiflAf th.N.nnthN'.kriillrruulanfl .t Km Ramn ! 1 with trains of all divisions of N.Y., N.H. & H. R. R. E. 8. QCINTARD, Sup't. New Haven, Jan. 16, 1SE8. NEW HAVEN WINDOW SHADE COMPAHY B'i ORANGE STREET. FINE CARPETS, RUGS AND DRAPERIES. THE NEW "Standard" Carpet Sweeper Having the Best Automatic Dump in Use. WINDOW SHADES or Every Description. Large, Store and Skylight Shades a Specialty. Open Saturday Evenings. 52 ORANGE STREET. E D. HENDEE, SUCCESSOR TO-' W. D; BRYAN, CCS TOM I AILO sf NO. 1ST CniJRCIl T WEAR I HOW TO ACT 1 4Vl AP tnatura Hecllne and Functional dlMtnlcrS STEQIIO curwt leilhot Stomanh Mtl.c.ns. Sewefl TroRtiso ernntfrea npon applloation. . HAhSTON Nt VHkTJt w Tarts.