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'lW. D BRYAN. . '
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What the Players Are Bolng Here and
In spite of the great reputation of the De
troits for hitting the ball, not one of their
number has a batting average to-day of
.300. The team has fallen off greatly in
batting of late.
The Washingtons, after dickering with
Sutton, White of Louisville, and Shaw, con
cluded that the . latter was all of the old
blood needed in the Senatorial ranks. The
friends of the home elnb were willing to re
ceive Sutton into the fold, for many of them
believe that he is capable of doing good
work. However, he cannot be classed with
either Donnelly or Schooh in their present
form, and Walter Hewett changed his mind
just in time to prevent trouble. Donnelly's
work in Detroit is highly commended, and
almost any club in the country would be
glad to have him. He is playing a stronger
game all around than at' least four third
basemen, and there would be a public indig
nation meeting at the mere suggestion . of
laying him off. The Sun.
Sutton has signed with the Eochesters.
Weidman will join the Jersey Citys.
Svraouse wants to release Higgins.
The New York World very truthfully says
of Glasscock: "If the Giants fail to be any
where near the top of the lander at the end of
the season it will be no fault - of Jack Glass
cook. In accordance with his avowed belief
that maiming and slugging will win more
games than batting and fielding, he has put
the unites to two of the Giants thus far dur
ing the present season, and as the two clubs
have yet nine games to play, it is pretty
safe to say that others will be spiked by Mr.
UiaascocJc oeiore uccooer 10. u7 "
good ball playing, according to Mr. Glass-1
'a i rl a n a Vin f t 1 nnhlin Vflt hold tO tU6 I
conk's ideas, hnt the nublic vet hold to the
belief that there ought to be some distinction
hntwAAn n Antr nit nd a ball field. It is safe
to say that a man who is capable of wilf ally
maiming; a fellow-player in a ball game is
totally incapable of feeling ashamed of him
self, and i is not likely that Mr. Glasscock
will be troubled with any qualms of con
science. Yet above all this the fact remains
that self-dofense is the first law of nature,
and if by the end of the season Mr. Glasscock
does not meet with a broken jaw, which will
be quite as accidental in its way as some of
his spiking feats, it will be because other
players have too much heart and humanity
to resort to tactics which a Fiji Islander
would blush for."
Bhines. of the Binghamtons, has been sold
to the Jersey Citys. .. With him in the box
the Jerseyites expect to take the pennant.
Umpire Lynch has been compelled to take
a rest, owing to an iniury received at Pitts
burg by being hit in the chest by a foul ball.
Umpire Kelly was struck in the foot by a
ball on Saturday. He will be laid up for
several days.
Brown is playing great ball for Boston, and
President Stearns of Detroit says he is worth
half a dosen Gores.
Side -
Thompson. .
Breach of the Deace Robert Sutton against Otto
Pnnata.p. nulled : John Q. Eafiran and Edward Bro-
phr against Officer Gates. $5 fine and $2.68 costs
each; Thomas Halloran, $5 fine and $'2.68 costs.
court Notes.
When Offloer Gates of the precinct undertook to
arrest Thomas Halloran for drunkenness in Fair
Haven on Sunday afternoon Thomas made a pro
test in the shape of a vigorous resistance. A crowd
gathered, and Edward Brophy and John Q. Eagan
hampered the officer by interfering in behalf of
Halloran. In the City -court yesterday Judge
Thompson fined all three $5 and $3.63 costs for the
trouble with the officer and $5 for drunkenness in
The Claim Allowed.
Attorneys Kiles and Bush, commissioners on the
estate of F. D. Wiley, assigning debtor, yesterday
gave tbeir decision in reference to the claim of
George E. Hoadley against the estate. Mr. Hoad-
ley presented a claim of $3,180.90 against the es
tate for rent and money loaned to Wiley. Wiley's
other creditors objected and set up the claim that
Hoadley was Wiley's partner, and therefore was
not entitled to recover. The commissioners heard
the whole matter at length and took some time to
consider the knotty points of law involved. They
nnauy came to ine conclusion mat jur. Jionaif y
had not been a partner, and decided
to allow his
claim of $3,18.90. Hoadley had a preferred claim
against the estate, bat both sides compromised on
tnis claim ana maae n 9iii.se. mr, noaaiey naa
another claim aeainst Wiley's estate for damages
for'.breach of lease contract, but this he has with-
About New
Hires People
and other
Mrs. F. G. Bice, who has been enjoying
two weeks' vaoation, has returned to his
business with H. B. Ives & Co
Charles F. Martin, for the past seven years
brakeman on Conductor Davis' train be
tween Norwich and Worcester, has taken a
position as brakeman on the Shore Line rail
Daniel W. Rogers, who has been running
as express messenger on the New London
Northern railway, has been appointed to a
position on the Canal road, and will begin
his dunes immediately.
Henry Y. Chapel and family of New Lon
don are contemplating removing to Califor
nia to reside in the fall.
Charles Kil bourn, leader of the Plants
ville choir, is having a rest of two months,
as the choir take a vacation during July and
Miss Lillie Merwln, daughter of Mr. Wil
liam H. Merwin of Edwards street, this city,
is summering in Bridgeport and vicinity, the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hart, formerly
of this city.
Professor W. O. Atwater,of Mlddletown, is
away for three weeks at Quebec.
Benjamin Douglas, jr., of Mlddletown, and
a party are in camp at Weetbrook for a week's
Miss Sophy L. Northrop of West Haven,
the well known alto singer, formerly of the
College street choir of this city, is substitut-
ing'for Mrs. Adams in Christ church, Bridge
port, tor tne summer. Mrs. Adams is away
on an extended vaoation.
Major F. A. Pratt of the First Connecticut
Heavy Artillery, formerly of Hartford, sailed
from New York Saturday on the steamer Ser
via for a summer outing in Europe.
Mr. Frederick C. Penfield left Liverpool on
Saturday by the Aurania. His visit home is
supposed to be in the interest of the Gatling
gun syndicate.
Townsend Brandegee, of Berlin, ia at pres
ent ln California. He expects to spend next
winter ln China in floral research and in
botanizing in the interests of American col
Bavid Chapman of North Westchester,
town of Colchester, aged eighty-eight years,
recently mowed by hand two acres ef grass
in one day.
Judge W. D. Shlpman, of New York, is
now at his summer residence in Chester.
Captain D. R. Post of Deep River, whom
almost everyone supposed had forsaken sea
life, left on Tuesday for England to again
take command of the fine large iron ship of
which he is part owner.
. E. W. Pratt and Charles E. Chapman, of
Weetbrook, were chosen directors of the
Saybrook bank at Essex to fill vaoancies
caused by death.
Mr. Bradley, of the firm of Bradley &ee
of State street; who has lately been very ill
with typhoid fever, is daily improving
Alderman F. S. Hamilton, of this city, is
in a critical condition, caused by an abscess.
His physloisns, however, still hope for his
Edward O'Brien, of the firm of O'Brien
& Van Noatrand, stoneoutters, of this city,
left yesterday for Portland, Conn. He has
contract for the stonework on the mansion
that Mr. Brainard, the well known quarry
man, is erecting. It will cost several hun
dred thousands of dollars.
Mr. Lucy Coan, wife of George Coan of
Bradley & Lee's wholesale tobacco store,
died at 2 o'clock yesterday morning after
long illness with typhoid pneumonia. She
was a daughter of the late Dr. Buckley and
had many friends in this city, she leaves
an infant child. .
One Hundred Acre, or Real Granite
0,narry Bonght at Stony Creole.
Hon. Samuel Baboook, ef Middletown, and
Springfield man have bought up a section
of one hundred acres of the red granite quar
ry at Stony Wireea. wurit is staruug up
gain. It is. a valuable stone, looking much
like the red sienite or Aberdeen granite when
polished. Some of the columns in the Con
necticut Capitol at the foot of the staircase
on the west side are of this Branford granite,
polished, and there are still larger ones near
by, the effect being very fine.
Mr. Battarson lias a contract from the new
owners of the quarry and has jusc got out
four magnificent columns for the extension of
the Capitol at Albany, which are being pol
ished at the Westerly works. . They weigh
fiitsen tons each, are nine feet long and four
fttt la datr, M large, ptgbabjy, as W
polished granite columns in America. These
were got oat of a single great block twenty
feet long. The feldspar in this granite im
parts a peculiar lustre in the polishing, which
produces a fine effect. The purchase made
by the new owners includes the beet part of
the formation. It is one mile north of the'
Shore Line railway and is all above ground so
far as worked, the rock rising sheer on the
east side two hundred feet above the woods.
It is proposed to have a branch railway built
by the Consolidated running direct into the
quarry. That would greatly facilitate busi
ness, and by little dredging of the harbor
the water would be made deep enough for
vessels to load at the wharf and thus secure
the advantage of cheap water carriage. The
stone offers the most favorable lines of cleav
aee, so that blocks still larger if desired can
readily be quarried.
At Savin Rock Yesterday The Tenth
The hundred or more of New York's Har
ugari Liederkracz,who are visiting the local
society, were entertained at Savin Bock yes
terday. About 1,300 altogether joined in
the picnic, and the grove was fancifully
adorned with flairs of the societies. 'Three of
the twelve men- who founded the order were
there. They are: Dr. Philip Merkle, Freder
ick Germann and Peter Schnatz, all of New
Yesterday was the thirteenth anniversary
of the organization of the TJew Haven Lied
ertafel, and the members of the New York
Harugari were present, at special guests.
Delegates were also present from Ansonia,
Meriden, Southington and New Britain. The
order was organized forty-one years ago,
twenty-three States, with a membership of
no nui m! .1 3 .
23,000. The day was passed in a very enjov
able way. When Messrs. Merkle, Germann
and Schnatz appeared at the grove they were
greeted with a volley of cheers from the
united societies.
Songs and choruses were given by the so
cieties and the guests treated in first-class
style. Many were taken around the city in
carriages by their friends yesterday after-
neon. They returned some last evening.
The Question of invitinct the New Haven
society to New York on a reciprocal visit is
thought favorably of.
Among the JNew xorJc visitors were: tresi-
dent Henry Simmen, ex-President Henry
Sefcaefer, Jacob Guterding, proprietor of
Cotmopolitan park, Louis Voces, Julius
Schaaf , the well known musical director,
Henry Zoeller, August Kiel, the artist,
George M. Renner, the dancing master,
Clemens Grenil, ex-President August Hemps
and Henry Vogel, who has been a member
of the singing society for forty years.
The new Inspector of Rifle Practice.
Lieutenant J. H. Jarman of Company K,
Fiist regiment, has been nominated by Brig
adier-General Graham for brigade inspector
of rifle practice. Lieutenant Jarman will ao
eept the honor, and the nomination will be
approved at headquarters. Major Jarman
possesses qualifications of marksmanship
which peculiarly fit him to oocupy such a
position. He is and has, been an untiring
Lieutenant Jarman entered the militia as
a private in Company F, Second regiment.
May 13, 1867, being honorably discharged
December 22, 1870. On the organization of
Company K, First, he was a private, enlist
ing February 10, 1879; became sergeant
April 7, 1879, and second lieutenant Februa
ry ia, lood. He was promoted to be lieuten
ant April 29, looo, when captain smith be
came major of the regiment.
Lieutenant Jarman formerly resided in
this oity and was a very popular member of
the New Haven Grays. He was for years
cuier clerk in tne insurance omce ot John li.
North here. He has resided in Hartford for
about twenty years.
many Vrlensla Her.
Henry A,Hurlbnt,the courteous train
ter of the western division of the Ninth av
enue L road, is a veteran railroad man
and represents the competent, body of men
employed on that road. Mr. Hurlbut began
railroading on the New Haven on April 1,
1854, and remained there fifteen years
brakeman, baggageman and conductor. He
then ran as conductor on the old Flushing
road and became a superintendent, remain
ing with that company six years, after whioh
he Identified himself with the Long Island as
conductor. He then joined the "L" forces
as conductor, then became dispatcher, and in
1880 train master of the western division
The boys speak in the highest terms of him,
Long may he wave. N. Y. Evening Sun.
To Glen Island To-Say.
One of the most de'ightful excursions of
the season will be the one to Glen Island an
the steamer John H. Starin to-day. The
steamer will leave the foot of Starin's dock
at 8:30 a. m. sharp. There will be no special
party or society on board. There will be
musio by a first-class- orohestra on the boat.
No intoxicating liquors are sold and every
thing la conducive to an enjoyable trip.
The five-year-old son of a Hartford physi
cian was considerably annoyed a few weeks
ago at the long prayer of the family pastor,
and in speaking of it soon afterwards said,
in his childish way, "Mr. prayed aw
ful long this morning, longer than papa does.
it made by stomaon ache." a great many
people, no doubt, could sympathise with the
little fellow in his affllotion
A mam and His Wife Drowned.
Nrw Loxdon, N. H., July 18. Mr. Went
worth and wife of Newton ville, Mass., board-
ing at Mr. Edmunds Davis' in this town
last Friday went for a sail on Su napes Lake
and have not been seen since. Their boat
was found on the shore and they are sup
posed to be drowned.
New Depot at Westbroelt Lyme
The Consolidated road expeota to break
ground for the new depot at Weetbrook
about the first of August, and will have the
depot completed by fall. The new structure
will be about half a mile above the present
The work at Lyme bridge Is being pushed
rapidly. The monster horses whioh are to
be sunk to build the new bridge on are near
completion and the work of removing the
east spanwill soon commence.
White Wines Win a Cnp.
The White Wings defeated the Anohorson
the Mulberry grounds yesterday by the score
of 25 to 11. The boys played good ball and
fairly won the $2 cup that was given to the
winning nine as a prize.
Brldaret Byrnes' License.
The county commissioners had a hearing yes
terday on the petition of Proiecuting Agent
Tuttle for the revocation of Mrs. Bridget
Byrnes' license'. Mrs. Byrnes keeps a saloon
on Lafayette street, and was recently con
victed in the City court.
For Theft.
Detective Brewer arrested Thomas H.
Francis, colored, yesterday for drawing an
other workman's pay while working for
Dickerman, the ice man, last winter. He
has been out of the city.
haven's outskirts.
July 16. Ralph San ford, son of K. D. Sanford.
whose face and hands were so badly burned by nre-
cracKerv u my- 4, naa puuea inrougn au ngnt. At
unv a. wna icww uiBk uv unu lUSb an eye.
The hay crop is quite satisfactory to the farmei
tnougn straw oemes, raspnernes ana othe
fruits are below the average of former years.
The ice men comDlain that the nreva.il in ivwtl
neuuiw nriuuaijr aiievts tueir DUBiness.
- About forty former parishioners of the Rev. N.
Hubbell, from Oyster Point visited him last week.
They brought an abundance of refreshments and
tne aay was pieasanuy spent.
Presiding Elder J. W. Beach, D.D., preached at
the Methodist church last Sunday afternoon, after
wnicn tne Bwonu quarterly conterence was held, jb
many Italian laoorers are employed by the far
mer at ?1 per day boarding themselves. They
come from New Haven.
The Methodist Sunday school makes an excur
sion to tne Tnimnie laianas ny tne steamer Mar
garet, Wednesday, July 85, at 9:30 a. m.
While we are patiently waiting for theDivwall
and Shelton avenue railroad to be extended or a
new norse car line to oe established, running from
Union depot via Meadow. George and Orchard
streets to Hamden why not have rapid transit
trains on the New Haven and Northampton rail-
nnui ana out-usnK tnoee projects. A rains running
to Mt. Carmel, stopping at Winchester's ( Munaon
straet). Division street, city line, Hamden Plains
and CenterviUe for a low fare, would pay alike the
company and the traveling community. What a
building boom would be inaugurated thereby all
along the line. How wonderfully rapid transit has
built up the suburbs of New York ana Brooklyn?
July 16. Mrs. Terrenes Wrinn on Friday night
sent word to her brother, James O'Rourke, better
known as "Jimmy the Kid," to come and whip her
husband. O'Rourke hastened to the house of Wrinn
and whipped him in good shape and to the satisfac
tion of tne latter's wife. Wnnn complained to the
authorities, but failed to push the matter and
O'SourlM was permitted to pleaj guilty, Bia ftae ,
ofS2 and $12-48 costs was paid by his sister, the
money coming out of Wrinn's pocket.
The Young Hen's Republican club of Flantsville
will raise a banner Wednesday evening, when there
will be a number of speakers.
The jaercnanw uu wj dbtu jvouk rf eases-
.Tlv 10-Rev. Mr. PhiDDS and familv left town
last Wednesday for a two weeks' stay on Hoaey Is-uid-
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jHrS. r anme numu is .leiung- in naugKOCK.
im Hut E. Coe ef Torrinrton has been in town
the past week.
Hot Mr. Blackman from Naueatnck nreached at
the Congregational church last Sabbath.
Tuiv is Dr. Beach. arJDOinted Dostmaster under
Cleveland at Litchfield, has been ill for some time
past and the office is in charge of his partner in
(ninMR who keens a bov to assist him. Tha imh.
lie owing to these circumstances, are wretchedly
served. Litchfield ia a Democratic stronghold, but
Democrats as wen as nepuoiicans complain ot tne
management of the postomce here.
General State News.
Tha Hinhtheria epidemic at Meriden ban been fnl.
lowed by one at Hartford and there have been sev
eral deaths.
TTnrtford people have contributed S207 for a freah
air fund for taking poor Hartford children into the
country, rne iuiiu is sail reoeiving, auditions.
The State School of Methods at Kiaatlc beeina Its
second week with the attendance increased to four
hundred teachara. Gen. S.C. Armstrong of Hamp
ton, va.. IS wne vi hue nutunus.
nTRUiwanitf. July 16. The leather mnn Ata riin.
ner yesterday soon at the house of Samuel Morse at
Oronoke. He looked sad and shook with palsy. Not
a wora wouiu no uwr.
NO ess.
Thara nrA to be two DtmOCr&tic flAff raiatnm rm
Thursday evening in Hartford, oaejby the Hubbard
isacorc across main street in xront or tne uas com.
nanv's office, the other by the Third ward Demo.
crats at the corner of Sheldon and;Governor streets.
The parade of the Ancient Order of Forest
wi 1 1 mka mace in rjnageport August J. I :anram
James Sheridan of that citvwiU be chief marshal.
with Captain oarnty oi Jew Jttaven as chief of
staff. It is expected that there will .be fully 3,000
men in una.
Mrs. Annie LanuflB. who is servin&r a Tear In
for adultery, is seriously sick with consumption
having had a numbr of hemorrhages. Her bus!
band is anxious to have her removed to the hospital
where she can. rnenive tha best of treatment; x. -
uuusiaerB ii uw toac nis wire is wiv.iujr punished.
The adlourned town mAAfinv .-. unnwin. c.h.
day afternoon voted to locate the new Silsby engine.
WhlCh Will ha dAlfVAlwH in n,n .... . .1 . '
of the Memorial hall lot, and appropriated $2,500 to
build a receiving vault at Grove Hill cemetery to
The New London Telefrranh B.TD- "Hn WM.w
afternoon an unusual, sight was witnessed from the
Shore Line wharf. Schools of menhaden were ob
served in the harbor and lha AnniaT. WUav ...
cured about 4,000 of the bony fish within a few
?ards of the wharf. The operation was a novel one
or those who witnessed it and drew quite a large
ww.ll W lllO OMU Ul Ule UUCK,
Norwich baptists.
The committee of fifteen nf Pant.-ai Cr.fi..
church, Norwalk, have reported favorably upon
the project to build a new meeting house to cost
5510.000. and recommend that no atam vh,trw h.
taken toward building until at least (30,000 is se-
vureu m uasu, accreaiteo. pledges or satisfactory
equivalent. The report was adopted by the bo-
The Rev. F. K. Rtratton. rontiarlv Af Knmlnh
" -. u auui o iw n li ip w, aiurope ana tne
Holy Land, with a half dozen profaaaional cantia.
men. The party will spend a week In each of the
irincipal countries on the continent, will visit
teypt. and thence go to the Hnlv Tjuui whara th,
will spend a month in visiting places of sacred his-
NOt all are felizhted With tha nntlnn nf a emva
cuuui. secretary Alines or tne Board or education
recently received the following note: "Do not send
any more notices or documents of summer school to
my auuress. A-ermit me to rejoice in all your ef
forts to elevate and civilize the barbarians and ,in.
terrorized teachers of Connecticut. Whila tha Inn
holds out to burn the worst of people may return. I
know how to teach well enough without going to
school." Norwich bulletin.
Miohael O'Connell. the Norwich.flnnn ahnamnVar
who was arrested last Saturday by Detective Ser
geant McGuinness Of the New York rwntral offlra
on the charge of betraying a Norwich girl under
uiviiun ul iuhiuwb, itHiiMM iiis iioeixy aunaav.
The complainant. Ellen Donohue. a servant rir
ionowea u uonneil to Kew xork last Saturday af
ternoon. The marriage ceremony was performed
by Father Donohue of St. Mary's Roman Catholic
church on Grand street in the prison. O'Connell
seems to be an honest, hard-working man, and he
did not take part ia the wedding ceremonies with
tne joy cnaracienstic or most Driaegroems.
About twenty-eight years ago Samuel E. Ohan-
man, a prominent resident ot East Hartford, put
out at nis own expense forty-two young maple
trees, covering a distance of thirteen hundred feet
on tne nertn side ot Hartrord avenue, running from
East Hartford Main street to Meadow Hill. Tear
after year, as these trees were broken down and
mutilated bv drunken hoodlums, thev warn raaat
and protected as best he could, till to-day there isa
solid shade from forty-two beautiful maples cover
ing the entire walk Jmost of which are from twelve
to fifteen inches in diameter. During these ex
tremely hot days the weary traveler as he passes
along Is led to bless the memory of Samuel E.Chap-
The Wall Street News in a reratnt aan
"Tha rumor mantrap ia atrnin ri,m awA Ki.
while not being strictly original, is on a parity with
recent citations. This time, it is said, the New
York and New England Railroad company has suc
ceeded in raising all the money it wants to make it
a uiruugu line Deiween tnis city and Hoston. Bur
veyors are now at work and cotutmntion will aam.
mence at once. In quicker time than it takes to re
late a line will be built from Derby to Hartford; on
this side through connections will ha maria Hmm
J. A. Boetwick and Rockefeller are to provide the
means, it ia ot m ile consequence taat tne gentle
men in question deny the truth of the story. Wall
street is temporarily on tne lockout for sensations,
auu nuuu a luiug oh UUU1 IS IlUt SUIDCient tO CaUSC
romance to be spoiled."
SENTED. The family of the Rev. Francis Ooodwln nf TTart.
ford are located ln their cottage, and their son, who
was so dangerously 111 recently, sore the journey
there well on Saturday and much benefit from the
at air la hoped for. President Smith ef Trinity
college, Hartford, and Mrs. Smith were guests of
Dr. Wainwright over Sunday, the gentlemen driving
down from Hartford on Friday. The Hon. Morgan
G. Bulkeley and family of Hartford arrived at Fen
wick Hall Saturday, and the familv will remain
mere ror tne present. Mr. stokes arrived on Satur
day afternoon after a seven hours' sail from New
York in bis steam yacht. Accompanying him were
Judges Charles H. Van Brunt, George L. Ingrabam
auu ,viw vj. vji nj , mutx otners irom new z ork city.
Among other recent guests at the hotel were
Mayor Root and wife of Hartford, Mr. Q. Mon
tague, treasurer of the Union league ef New
z orK,wno nas a summer cottage at Saybrook. J.
- w .. - .-. -. . i-L. , i . o ouu Bisters; nr.
and Mrs. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Theiblein of New
iora; tnree aaugnters oi Joseph Howard, the well
knows Journalist ef New York; Mrs. Alexander
eempieana rv. a. sempie or Dread Brook; J. c
English of New Haven, and Mr. Bangs, a large con-
awi v. luinuuinn .utm m tmnnnn, . J.
an elderly gentleman who greatly enjoys the place,
and does what he can to make others do to. Mr,
and Mrs. JE. S. an Zile of New York, are guests at
the cottage of General William H. Bulkeley. They
with General Bulkeley's family were present at the
Inaugural german Friday night, as were the fami
lies of L. Brainard, W. L. Matson, U. Wells Root,
. v. auiuicr, vr, n.uiKu. wiu vuiers ot ntni Oril.
The report of Dr. Llndsley, secretary ef the State
board of health, for June was delayed by the de
lay In sending returns frem Ledyard and Essex and
is finally made up without a report from the latter
town. The total number of deaths was 813. It is
noticeable that the percentage of mortality was
greater In the rural districts and small towns than
in the cities. Concerning this Dr. Lindsley says:
"Can It be that the neglect ef attention to the
conditions about the homes of country residents
makes the air about them impure as compared with
the larger towns where better care ia given to drain
age and the prompt removal of sewage? How else
uoes tne oeuent ot out-aoor lire in tne urnan towns
seem greater than in the rural places, Do the cess
pools unaer tne window, ana tne nog yen and the.
Darn yaru explain it
Noting the fact that the month's statistics ahow
greatly improved condition of pusllo health, Dr
Liadsley continues:
Doubtless the improved public health ia In large
l part tne natural consequence ot a greater amount
L ot outdoor life. The weather has been templing.
'.he clear and fair days numbered 28 and there were
only two cloudy daysin the month and not one
rainy day. No doubt everybody who could spent a
large part of tbir time in the open air result, a
mucn reaucea aeetn rate comparea wun monins
wnen tne people Dreatne house air.
Small dox was reported from Canton and Nor.
walk, but with no fatal cases. There were 15 fatal
cases of scarlet fever. The mortality from diphthe
ria and croup has greatly lessened, there being on.
ly 20 fatal cases in June against 60 in May. There
were but few cases of typhoid fever. The largest
precentage ot mortality was in wauinglora ly.ti
the smallest in Killingly 1.5. The number ol
deaths In the principal cities was as follows: New
Haven W, Hartford 90, Bridgeport 56, Waterbury
80, Norwich 30, New Britain, Stamford, Meriden
eacn zi. Tnere were aeatna in puouc institutions,
including 18 in New Haven, 11 in Hartford, 10 in
Middletown and 4 in Stratford. The usual number
of 86 towns reported no deaths during the month
Barknamstea, eemienem, Burlington. Chaplin,
Hebron, Marlborough, Middlebury, Middlefleld,
New Fairfield, Dewing ton. Prospect, Roxbury, Sa
lem, Somers, Sprague, Torrington, Voluntown,
warren, rvuiingbvu, wuuuDriageana wooanury,
Eleventh Ward.
The Republican voters of the Eleventh ward are
requested to meet at 100 Ferry street on Friday
evening, 20th Inst., at 8 o'clock, to nominate a can
didate zor aieerman to nil vaeencv axlatina
torougn miKnausa m. xzwuert Jones.
Chairman Ward Committee.
If.in every house a little of Piatt's Chlo
rides were - used frequently much sickness
would De prevented;.
When Baby was sick, we gave bee C ASTORIA,
When she was a Child, she cried for C ASTORIA,
When she became Miss, she clung to C ASTORIA,
Wnen Che had Children, she gave them C ASTORIA.
Por, &Fnr-.il k Everything
pi t. m os- N,, I" toliber
i l? ly? a.xss stamp,
INKS, Pds, Seal Presses, Etc. W"fJ prlcel S
. ft, u.rcnMwa, xa otNltKol,
nr ' Lort Vlnor and Manhood Kartored. Pro
CSetCa?fcared without Btomaeh Medicinal. Sralod
al OlaFVs Troatfiia Bentfrea upon applloauoa.
UlAlJLsAiJal MACSTOH CO.. 1 rark riw, saw lark.
Prices Generally on the Decline Occa
sional Periods of Strength when
Southern Stocks Shew Up Well
Prices Generally lower at the Close.
New York, July 16.
Stocks opened steady, a majority showing a slight
advance, and some slight gains were made in the
early trading. The upward movement was soon
over, however, and weakness set ln accompanied by
considerable, feveri.hness and on a fairly active
trading prices continued to decline untU noen,when
the losses were from to IX per cent. There was
a marked decrease in the amount of business done
after that and the southern stocks showed great
strength, the general list following with slight reac
tions. The selling was resumed in the last hour,
however, and the Improvement of the previous two
hours was wiped out wth something in addition for
most of the list. The market finally closed weak, at
or near the lowest prices. Railroad bonds were
fairly active and fair to strong. The sales reached
Closing prices reported over tne private wires or.
BUNNELL & 8CBANTON, Bankers and Brokers:
Bin ASMsa,
Am. Cotton Seed Oil 80
Alton Terre Haute z
lllnn Jtr Tar-ra IT.,.,- T.1 75 65
Atlantic Pacific Jfa .3
Boston & N. Y. Air Line PId j
Burlington A Quincv H "i
Cameron Coal.. : ,
Canada soutnern BOM
Canadian i-acinc H .
central Pacific., ar ."P
Chicago Alton 184 ,
Chle.. Rt IVuila Pitta 18
Ohio.. St. Louis & FittsPfd -- 88
Cin. W. B J
Oln.W.B.Pfd 7A
Colorado Coal 2?
Columbus & Hocking Valley. Mi
aw. a iiuason vjanai AliZ
Del. Lack. A Waatern.. 18?1 183
Denver & Rio Grande ". 18 1
east Term., va A Ga i"S 22
East Tenn.. Va. A Ga. 1st. Pfd 67 67).
cast Tenn., Va. & Ga iid Pia
Bine ya
Erie Pfd B7M
Erie Seconds S6
Erie A Western 15
icrie and Western preferred 4fs
Express Adams.-. - . 14
United States
Wells. Fargo.....
. 7S
. iex
. 13U
Houston and Texas. .
In. Bloom. A W
Illinois Central
Kansas A Texas.
Lake Shore '.
Louisville A Nashville 58)4
Manhattan Elevated.... 87
Maryland Coal , 1"14
Michigan Central 80
Mil.. U. Shore A Western eo
Mil., L. Shore A W. pfd 94
Mlnn.A8t.Louu.... 4H
Minn. A St. Louis pfd 10
Missouri Pac 76s
Mobile A Ohio u
Nashville A Chattanooga 80J4
New Central Coal 10
New Jersey Central 83
New York Central 106
New for A New Ene 41fri
Hocking Coal A Iron ' 20
n. x.. in. a. a uaruord. ami
N. Y. Susq. & West 9
N. Y. Susq. A West, pfd 30
N. Y..C. A St. Louis , 15
H. Y C. dt St. Louis pfd 67
Norfolk A Western mi
Norfolk A West pfd 4!4
Northern Pacific 2&Hi
Northern Pacific pfd 65g
Nortnwest 109
Northwest pfd 141
Oil Certificstes 81
Ohio A Mississippi SO
Omaaa 37
Ontario A Western 15
Oregon Transcontinental 25
Oregon Navigation. 94
Pacific Mail 85U
Peoria. D. and Evansyilie 90
Pallman Car Co 159$
Beading 61H
wsnmonedt west point wta
Richmond A W. P. pfd 68g
Bock Island 106
Ban Francisco 31
San Francisco pfd 68
San Francisco 1st pfd 114
St. Paul 70
Bt. Paul pfd 1074
St. Paul and M 104
Texas Pacific 83
Union Paciflc KVi
Wabash 12
Wabash pfd M
Western Union Tel 78
Tenn. Coal A Iron 27
Qovernment bonds closed as follows-
4Mb. '91 coup
s, 1907, reg ihi' ?4
4s. 1907. coup.
Currency 6s. 96
Currency Sa, '96 :&l)a
Ourrency 6a. '97 184
Currency a, "98. 127
Onrrencyts. '. 19)
i !. mm rnnifrfki c7Rr. nAA
Capital, S7SO.OOO
Surplus. S355vOl6
Prineioal &nd interest both fully aruuiwteed by Caoi
Ul and Surplus of $1,106,016. to MTenteen jeer ol
tnisnneas we bare loaned SI 1 ,494,600. pariD from
bannaes we nave MNvaeu i ,
696? 12
interest. 9,ie,ewoi
intezeetand principal
bare been returned
to Investors with
out ffAlnv nr th lotse of a dollar. Beat Estate
Firiit MnrtMffn nnd Debenture Bond and
Savings Certificates always on band for sale
In Savings Department, in amounts of 5 and up.
ward ; in the Mortgage partutent, 130U ana up
ward. Fnu information regarding oar Tarioua sec on-
ties ninuahed by
Niw Yark slaai'r. SESRY BICKIRSOB.. lit tatSwas.
55 shares Air Line Preferred stock.
5.000 Housatonic 5 per cent, bonds.
M.OOO New Haven & Northampton 7 D. ct. bends.
100 shares New Haven County National bank stock
snares x aie Aauonai nam stock.
108 Orange Street,
TJ1IRRT Mortgage security on Improved farms ln
a &ansas, t;oioraao ana wasnington irntory.
sTivmjr a nign rate or interest to investors.
Clarence E. Thompson,
Successor to Samuel Q. Thorn,
Bowdltch Bulldlnc. 103 Oranae at..
ap21 Old number TSH.
To III eta Prices,
T.ambleg 32c.
Lamb hlndquarter 20c.
Lamb chops
Lamb forequartcr. 10c.
Veal cutlets 5c.
Veal chops 10c.
Veal roast 16e.
Beef roast 10 to IBe.
Bef, rack steak 10c
Beef, round steak 10c
Beef, loin steak
Beef, Porterhouse steak 25c
Watermelons 30 and 35o. Bananas 30 and 85c
BlacKberries. Raspberries, Currant, fresh to-day.
j. no ucbi quality ox jaaat ana vegetaxuee.
19 Cotis-reaa Avcnoe
1 ,000 Able Bodied Women Wanted
To carry off big- presents with every pound of Tea
and Baking Powder sold at onr store this week.
The leaders are Platters, Teapots, Coffee Pots, Wa
ter Pitchers and Moss Rose Dishes; also a new line
UL luiware.
Thursday Next Sample Day.
We will sell our 50c Teas for 80c and all others
20c lets man tne regular price (without present).
Friday we will give 1 hot our Mixed Coffee with
every 1 lb of Tea, and to make it pleasant we will
sell 100 dozen Kussian Glass Fruit Saucers st le
each, regular price 4c; only one dozen to each per-
aua wmie wiey iobu
40S State St., Near Court.
Second Tea Store from Chapel street.
HAVE been selling veiy freely the past few
weeks at the cor. of State and Court streets.
We sell the 'RaDid" and White Mountain Frees-
ers the TWO BEST KINDS IN USE; also the "Ku-
reka" Kerrigerator.
Prices for all are remarkably low.
412 and 414 State street, cor.of Court.
Patent Lever Lemon Squeezers
For Restaurant and saloon use
Lemon Snueezara In Wood. Porcelain and Qalvan-
-izea iron, lor ramuy use. or nin yy
JtlUlSl. S CrULlAlA z ac uu.,
41i and 414 State street.
Willow Traveling Trunks
And Baskets. Picnic Baskets, Lunch Baskets.
Hammocks In various qualities. For sale by
41 and 414 State street,
Tinisv Fly Killer.
Ti t. InVAntlnn Haas I.AV with the OffensIVeneSS
occasioned bv the use of plates and fly paper. For
sale by
Robert, B. Bradley & Co.,
JUM QK W 412 ana 4H otatq BtrCTU cw. vuurii m,,
Blaefish. Halibut. Freeh Mackerel, Sword-
fish,- Sea Bass, Black fiabr Lobsters, Oysters,
Round and Long Clams.
Prime Beef, Lamb, Mutton, Fresh Pork.
SprSg Chickens, Fowls, dressed to order.
New Potatoes, String Beans, Tomatoes,
Native Cucnmbers, Beets, etc.
EW and second hand foreign stamps and rare
minerals. Books exchanged.
my4 eod 27 Center street.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Notary Public
Sew Haven, Osna.
J. II. Buckley, 179 Church St.
I lisiier Barps.
Strictly all wool Homespuns,
domestic Cheviots, mixed Cassimeres in very desirable colors, I
warranted all wool, marked down
Genuine imported Scotch Suitings, strictly all wool Cassimeres.
guaranteed colors in plain Cheviots, genteel Plaids, Checks and
Stripes in pure all wool suitings,
wear, marked down to $10.00.
Marked. Down to $ 1 5.
We wish to hold your closest
tailor made, trimmed in the finest
the finest foreign and domestic makes, in both light and dark colors.
To ung Men's lawn Tennis
Marked down to $.OOj former prices $1.50 and $2.
Seersucker Coats and Vests to Match,
A large variety and good style,
mer prices $1.50 and $2.
1,500 pairs, all desirable patterns,
tormer prices
Cliildren's Short Pant Suits at $2.50, $3.50 and $5,
Marked down from $2 to $5 each.
The fine FLANNEL WAISTS at $1.50 and the imported
are bargains that will never be
101, 103, and 105 Church Street,!
flew Haven, Conn.
The Largest Clotliiiig House in this State.
8 per ct. Guaranteed 8 per ct.
First Mortgages Only.
Each mortgage has a special deposit of 85 per
cent, wish tne American iioan ana Trust company
of Boston, additional security.
Capital, Surplus and Profits, $1,008,773.14.
The Winner Investment Company.
DIRECTORS: Willard E. Winner. President.
Walter A. Bunker, vim president; A C. Brundage
secretary ; Albert M. Winner; J. S. Chick, president
National Bank of Kansas City; L. R. Moore, Bui-
ene, sioore, mnery a? kjo.. wnoiesaie dry gooos;
Fred W. Perkins, ex -clerk rj. g. court, U. S. com
missioner, attorney -at-law; V. W. Bagley, capital
ist; J. W. Byera, capitalist, all of Kansas City, Mo.
Land and Mortgage Go.
Shares, non assessable, SSOO each, lo
clndlns" Marliate Bond on Kansas
City land bearing 8 per cent,
guaranteed interest.
Bend for "Notes on Kenans city" and references.
Wm. H. Parmenter,
SO State street. Boston, Idas.
Guaranteed Mortgages
Hamilton Loan and Trust Company,
Paid TJp Capital 9 1 00,000.
Bemi-Annual Coupon Bonds running five years.
Interest snd principal payable at the office
These bonds are secured by First mortgages on
Improved Western Farms and other property
worth three times amount of loan, and are in
amounts varying from (300 to $2,000.
This Company assigns the bond and mortgage
over to the investor, and as aa additional security
guarantees interest and principal.
For pamphlets and full information send to, or
call on
le4 811 Chapel street, New Haven.
8 Per Cent. Mortgages.
Secnrlty 3 to 5 Fold. '
These are negotiated through the Kansas Loan
and Investment Co., one of the most careful and
conservative houses ln this business, and have their
absolute guarantee In addition to the mortgage se
curity. Time one rear, (two coupons), making
them very desirable for those seeking temporary
Investments. Also a good supply of 6 year T per
cent, bonds in sums to suit.
Oflee, 514 Odors; Street
II. C. WARREN & C0.,
Stocks and Bonds bought and sold in New ,
York, Boston and local markets. i
Interest allowed on Deposits.
First mortgage Loans and Debentures,
bearing 6 to 8 per cent, interest, for sale.
Naugatuck RR. Company, non-taxable.
Boston and N. Y. Air Line RR., non-taxable
Detroit, Hillsdale and 8. W. RR., "
Housatonic RR. 5 per cent, bonds, "
N. Y., N. H. and H. RR. 4 p.o. " "
Bridgeport Water Co. 6 per cent, bonds, "
Borough of Norwalk 's of 1908.
L. Candee & Company.
Western Farm and City Loans,
Principal and interest guaranteed by the
Lombard Investment Company.
Dealers In Investment Securities.
Y.. id and 18 Xftiian St.,
handsome mixed, pure all wool
to Qjo.oO.
suitable for dress or business
attention now. These suits are
manner. The goods are some of
Coatsand Vests to latcli,
marked down to (l.OO. For
5$250. Cannot be equaled ; !
$3.50 and $4.
(fast colors) are rapid sellers, and
onered again.
"gxavisttms, tc.
Packers and Curers of the Celebrated Elm City
xrana oi
ill VMte Sigar-C&rei Meats, epei Kettle Lard.
354 dc 856 State St., New Haven, Ct.
Packing: Hons It. It. Av.
Crowds stop daily and nightly to see the
wonderful application of eleotrioity which
runs the big coffee grinder at Dawson's re
nowned Coffee and Tea store. It excites as
tonishment a machine so light, so small,
with such power. It is a great labor saver.
We ground 38,000 pounds of Coffee last year.
The electric motive power comas on the same
wire that tarnishes onr store with light.
Coffees. Teas. etc. to dealers and consumers at
lowest market prices. Favorable terms and your
wee mviieu.
Novel Way ofMiillow
Some people think- they must strike a gold mine.
or make and receive a large amount of money in
order to become rich. But it is not so. The sure
way is to save a little eacn day or what you do get
and in the end you will be well off. Begin at once
ny saving on your
Batter, Coal, Tea and Coffee
bills. We can sell you fine Table goods that will
make even stale bread taste good for 20c a pound
ana presemg mrown in.
Best Lehigh Coal S5.23 per ton, guaranteed
Pure Coffee S3 cents, fine Teas 30 to 40 cents lb
and Spices at half cost. Dea't throw money away
on mgn-pricea guoas. ATaae wiui
C. W. Clark Jk Son,
my30 SI Chnrch Street.
Report ot the .Board of Compen
sation for Assessment or Sewers
and Pavumenli on Sewer In
Lawrence Street.
TO the Honorable Court of Common Council of
the City of New Haven:
The Board of Compensation for Assessment of
Sewers and Pavements, to whom was referred the
apportionment of the cost of a sewer in Lawrence
street, rrom orange street to Whitney avenue,
among the parties interested therein, respectfully
report that they have attended to the duty assigned
to them, and recommend the adoption of the ac-
wuiuaByuii( onier. -
A. H. KELLAM, 1 Board
SYLVANUS BUTLER, ) Compensation
For Assessment of Sewers and Pavements.
City of New Haven. Aoril 30. 188.
Ordered That the sum of thirty-six hundred and
fourteen dollars and ninety-eight cents be and is
hereby assessed upon the owners of property front
ing on said Lawrence street, being a proportional
and reasonable part of the expense of constructing
a sewer in saia sireeu
The names of- each party and the amount of
seasment being herein particularly stated, viz :
, Jane M. Downes and William E. Downes, I
Samuel A. York, two pieces,
Stephen Whitney,
Charles H. R Nott,
Maria W. Livingstone and Robert C. Liv
ingstone. Caroline S. Fellowes and Cornelius Fel-
Rose Porter,
John H. Niemeyer,
James H Thacher,
Patrick McKenna,
818 75
278 60
771 93
87 50
883 48
8S8 47
87 50
87 50
87 60
Sli 75
$.1,614 98
In Court of Common Council Read, accepted, or
der passed and assessments ordered laid as re
Approved July II, 1888.
Payable July 21, 1888.
A true copy of record.
Jul4 3t City Clerk.
In all colors. The Art Shades ara Decorated
and Transparent. All Minetto Shades, Plain
or Decorated, are unsurpassed in Beauty,
Durability and Finish. Mounted on first
class Spring Roller ready to tang.
Vox sale frr Rtlii.ri SXaculre Co.
for Wasfu
allifme fabric
ci . - .
-rjas no equal.
-for im
twill is fcerfecfcfQr
m .rrbileT and Eaffl
776 Oliapol S1;xoo1;, jae--oJ7-
The well known and reliable
Botanic and Eclectic Physician
Room 11, Hoadley Building
Side Entrance 123 Crown Street.
(Opposite the PostofHce.)
Office so arranged that patients see no one bu
the doctor.
Who has practiced medicine In this city since IBM
can be consulted at his office.
Dr. Lyon's success in the treatment of all dip
eases has been marvelous and his fame has spread
throughout the length and breadth of the United
Btates: Being opposed to all mineral and poisonous
drugs, he has selected choice and potent remedlals
from the vegetable kingdom only, and withval
cable roots, barks and herbs is prepared to CURE
the most stubborn and In tractive disease. Con
sumption, that bane of our eastern climate, which
causes so many to succumb to its ruthless power, i
CURED by Dr. Lyon, as many testimonials from
unimpeachable witnesses attest. Dyspepsia, the
national scourge, which dooms thousands to tor
ture and misery. Is routed and annihilated by a rem
edy discovered by theBoctor. In no case yet has
this Inestimable specific failed of banishing that
painful disease. All diseases of the Lungs, Liver
and Kidneys, as well as Skin Diseases, and all Im
purities of the Blood of whatever name and nc-
turs, are radically and permanently cured in a
surprisingly short time Dy the doctor's lm roved
method of treatment.
The special diseases to which females are subjeo
are treated with perfect success by Dr. Lyon. The
doctor has made those diseases a special study for
over a third of a century, and his success has been
as gratifying as It has been complete. Therefore
all ladles suffering from any diseases incidental to
their sex will find in Dr. Lyon a true friend an
skilled physlclah and one who is competent to treat
all those diseases and effect permanent cures in
the shortest possible time.
I Who are suffering from the errors of youth, los
manhood, etc., and find themselves weakened and
debilitated, and also those suffering from venerea
diseases: Dr. Lyon will prove to you that he CAN
and WILL CURE YOU. Hundreds of advertise
ments appear in papers with statements of marvel
ous cures which TKMPT aUMT TO 8KND FOR BOMS
woaTBxass KsnxcrKss which not only rail, or af
PATIENT'S CONSTITUTION. Do not trust your,
self to those leeches who prey upon the unfortunate
but call at once on the doctor and you will never re
He has successfully treated more cases of Sparc. a
torhcea, Seminal Weakness and all Diseases of the
Generative Organs than any other physician living
and his experience and skill avail in every instacc
In restoring the sufferer to sound health and spir't
Hundreds of letters from grateful patients can b
seen at the doctor's office.
Dr. Lyon has discovered a remedy which is a cer
tain cure for Dumb Ague, Chills and Fever and al
Malarial Complaints.
AUletters sent to the Doctor will be confldentla
ly attended to, and In NO CASE shall conflden
be abcsed. Write, If you do not call ln person
describing your symptoms and duration of the dis
esse, and medicines appropriate to your case w
be sent to your address, or any address you desire
by express in packages secure from observation.
Consultation, advice and mediciue given for on
dollar or more, according to the severity and n
ture of the case.
Office hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Open Sunday
Re port of tne Beard ofCompen
atlon for Assessment of Sewers
and 'Pavements for Sewer In
Prince Street.
fTlO the Honorable Court of Common Council of
A. tne City ot New-Haven :
The Board of Compensation for Assessment of
Sewers and Pavements, to whom was referred the
apportionment or toe cost or a sewer in ranee
street, from Hill to Lafayette streets, among the
parties lntereeiea xnerein, respectruuy report mat
they have attended to the duty assigned to them
and recommend, the adoption of the accompanying
Board of Compensation for Assessment of Sewers
ana r-avements.
Citv of New Haven. April 30. 1888.
Ordered That the sum of eiht hundred and
forty-one dollars and forty -two cents be and is
neraov assesHeu uwu me uwuora ui urvuci u iniui-
ing on Prince street, being a .proportional and
reasonable part of the expense of constructing a
newer m aaiu bwtoi.
The names of each party and the amount ot as
sessment being herein particularly stated, viz:
Charles Bradley, (251 83
Joseph E. Taylor, 59 50
David H. Hine. 60 03
Mary M. Kennedy and James J. Kennedy, 43 75
Stephen Sears, 111 30
Estate of Joseph Palmer, Francis M. Wad
haw, administrator. 70 00
Anna P. Wooster and H. S. Wooster, 7i 63
William Kearney, 73 63
Andrew Moorehead. 77 00
John Conboy, 23 75
$811 42
in nron-i-. of Common Council Read, accented.
ordered passed and assessments ordered laid as re-
I"- , ,
Appro vea uuiy ji. i.
tfevuhle July 21. 1888.
A true copy of record.
ju!4 3t City Clerk."
Merchants' National Bank.
FTtHE Directors of this Bank have declared a divi
I Hani rt Thnu tH mm fun, . . . i.
Stockholders on and after Monday, July 2d, 1888
ju8 8dlw J. O. BRADLEY. Cashier.
' champagne Baskets.
LOT cheap. We want the room.
, apa HAIA A WN.TTO Chapel itree
Mexican Hammock,
Screen Doors, all sizes, 1.5
Window Screens, adjustable, .SO
Lawn Mowers, 7.50
50ft. Rubber Hose, Pipe, etc., 3.69
Children's Carriages Reduced.
Hardware Store,
aven, Ot
Starin's New Haven Transport
tlon Line.
Every Day Except Saturday.
jpa Leave New Haven, from Starin' r
iinmSry'w'v at 10:15 o'clock p. m. The
JOHN H. STARIN, Captain McAlister, every So&
day, Tuesday and Thursday. The ERASTCS
CORNING, Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednes
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
cne uorning every eunoay, -xneeaay ana xnursasy
The only Sunday night boat from New York.
Fare, with m,. h in cabin, 75c; stateroom $1. Ex
cursion tickets $1.25.
Free Stage leaves the depot on arrival of Hart
ford train, and from corner Church and Chape
streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 o'clock
p. m.
Tickets and Staterooms can be purchased of the
Downes News Co., 869 Chapel street, Peck A Bishop
702 Chapel street, and at the Tontine Hetel.
C. M. CON KLIN, Agent,
mySl - New Haven, Conn.
Bally for New York-Pare 7 5c, lnclst.'.
Ins; berth Excursion Tickets (good
days) 1. S.
Steamer C.H.NORTHAM, TJapt. F.J. Peck, leaves
NewHaven 12 o'clock p.m., Sunday excepted. State
rooms sold at Peck A Bishop's, and at Klock'sDrng
Store. Steamer CONTINENTAL Capt. Stevens,
leaves New Haven at 18:15 a. m. Sundays excepted.
From New York The C. H. NORTHAM leaver
Peck Slip at 3 p. m., and the CONTINENTAL at 11
p. m., Sundays exceDteu, Saturday 12 o'clockmld-
nlght. Sunday, ELM CITY at 11 p. m.
Sunday Boat for N. York Steamer ELM CITY
Capt. Bishop, at 10:15 a. m. and NEW HAVEN
Capt. Brown, at 10:30 p. cu Staterooms sold at
the Elliot! House.
Free stage from Ins. Building at 9 p. m. Tickets
sold and baggage cheeked thro' to Philadelphia
(via both routes), Baltimore and Washington.
Atlantic Express Service.
Steamship "CTTY OF ROME" from New York
Wednesday, Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 3, Oct. 31.
Largest and finest passenger steamer afloat
Cabin 60, 80 and 8100: Second-class, 30.
Steamers every Saturday from New York to
Cabin passage to Glasgow, Londonderry. Liver
pool or Belfast, 50 and $60; second-class, $30.
Steerage, outward or prepaid, either service, $30.
Saloon Excursion Tickets at reduced rates.
Travelers1 Circular Letters of Credit and Drafts or
any amount issued at lowest current rates.
For books of tours, tickets or further information
apply to Henderson Bretberi, New York, or
BUNNELL & BCRANTON, 78 Orange street, WH
FITZPATKICIC 763 Grand avenue, New Haven.
ap7 6m
Jane 25, 1888.
Trains Leave New Havkn as Follows:
For "New Tork 3:50, 4:30 (daily excep
Monday), 4:50, -r8:15, 7:00, 7:30, 8:10, 8:30,
9:85, 10:40, 11:50 a,m., 1:S0. 1:35. M), 3:50,
4:00, t5:0O, 6:50, 6:00,7:05, (6:30 and 8:15 way to
Bridgeport) 8:08, 9:05, 9:10 p.m. Suitoavs S:5C
4:30, "4:50, 8:00 a. m., 5:00, 6:30, 7:06,7:80, 8:C.
p. m.
Washington Nlgnt Express via Harlem
River Leaves at 11:50 p. m. daily; steps at Mil
ford, Bridgeport, South Norwalk, Stamford.
For Boston via Springfield 1:16, 8:52,
8:00, 11:05 a. m., 1:16, 3:10, 5:65p. m. Sundays
1:16 night, 5:55 p. m.
For Boston via New London and Providence
1:55 a. m. Fast expresses (12:05, 3:05 and 7:00
p. m.) Sundays 1:55 a. m.
For Boston via Hartford and New York and
New England R. B 2:20 a. m. daily. '12:05 p.m.
For Boston via Air Line and N. Y. and N. E.
R. R. 5:00 p. m. fast express Sundays B:00
For ITIerlden, Hartford. Springfield,
Etc. 12:25 night, 1:16 night (2:20 a. m. to
Hartford). 6:52. 8:00 . 10:25. 11:05. 11:20 a. m.
CWhite Mountain express), 12:05 (stopping at Ber
lin and Hartford), 12:10, 1:16, 3:10, 6:02 (6:05 to
Hartford), 5:55,8:15, 10:C5 p.m Sundays 1:18
night, 5:55 p. m.
Shorb Xanb Division.
For New London. Etc. l:55nleht. 7.-M.
10:45, A m. 12:05, OS, 6:15. 7:00, (1:30 and 6:S0
p. m. way to sayDrooK. go no turtner). 9:00 p.m.
( Guilford accommodation). Sundays 1:55 night.
Ala Lrira Division.
For ITI Id diet own. nrilllnantla. Eta
Leave New Haven for all stations at 8:05 a. m, 1:25
5:00, 6:30 p. m. Sundays '5:00 p. zn. Connect at
Middletown with Connecticut Valley H. R., and at
Willimantic with N. Y. and N. E. and N. L. snd N.
R. R. at Turnersviile with Colchester Branch.
Trains arrive in New Haven at 8:00 a m, 1:22,
8:58, 8:53 p.m.
Nauoatucx Division. ' N . '
Trains leave New Haven, via the New Haven and
Derby B. R., connecting with this division:
For Wlnstedand wav stations at 7:20 and
9:65 a: m., 2:35, and 5:35 p. m.
For Waterbury and was stations at 7:55 p.
For New Ilavenx Trains leave WInsted st
7:10 and 9:40 a.m. , 1:20 and 4:50 p.m. Leave Water.
oury at s:as and iu;54 a. m.; u:vs and s:ue p. m.
All the above trains connect with trains on Wa-
tertown Branch.
For North Adams, Turner's Falls
Wllllamsbnra;, Uolyoke and New
Hartford and Intermediate stations, trains
leave New Haven at 7:45 a. m. and 4:00 p. m.
For' Willlamsbnrgn, Northampton,
and points this side, at 11:04 and 6:26 p. m. ;
From Wllllamahars: train arrives at 9:25
a. m., 1:33 and 8;55 p. m. From Northamp
ton at 4:65 p. m., and from N ortn Adams, etc.
at 1:23 and 8:5!p. m.
For Saratoara, at 7:46 a m arrivinc at 3:15
p. m. Train leaving New Haven at 11:04 a. m. has
THROUGH PARLOR CAR and arrives at Saratoga
at 5:35 p.m. Train arriving in,New Haven at 4:6
p. m. nas xnKuutm rAiL.Uit cak irom sara-
iga at 10:3u a. m.
General Sup't
Gen. Pass. Agent.
Express Trains.
tLoeal Express.
New Haven and Derby Railroad.
Train Arrangement commencing Sunday, July
8, 1888.
At T:20 and 9:55 a.m..l:00,2:35,5:35,7:S5 and ll:15p.m
Sundays, 8:10 a. m., 8:!0 p. m.
At 6:49, 9:i 8 and 11:42 a. jj., 12:50, 8:25. 6:10, 6:51,
8:20 and 12:15 p. iu. Sundays, 7:20a. m., 5:00 p. m.
Connections are made at Ansonia with passenger
trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Ha vea
with the trains of N.Y.. N.H. A H. R. K.
J. P. HOPSON, Sup's.
New Haven. July 8, 1888
Oilier Makes at Low Prices.
G. W. HAZEL & CO..
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