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Tuesday, July 24, 1888.
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All tfitietto Shades, Plain or Beeomted. tins unsurpassed in Beauty Durability and Finish, i-Mounted on first class Spring Heller ready to hong. - V9K sal fry piiatrre iXMcmr Make N ft THE CBIPSaCKEBS' CABRIT1L. j TUm' Decennial Reunion or the Con- sctlesis Commercial s.TmTeiers elstlon. There is something quite inviting about the invitation issned bj the commercial travelers for their annual hoo-doo, which oc curs next Friday at Branford Point. A lunch will be served on arrival, and will be followed by the sports, which are as follows: One hundred yards dash, prize, elegant silk mmbrelia; standing jump, prize, a unique artiole in an antique box; running jump, prize), a handsome piece of bric-a-brac; sack race, prize, a flask of wine, vintage of 1841; three-legged race, prize, two Egyptian pots of perfume; tub race, prize, a lovely mer maid In modest attire; whist, prize, two decks of cards. . At 3 o'clock dinner will be served. May's banjo quartet of Bridgeport will furnish music. John H. Marsh is chairman of the execu tive committee and Harry S. Andrews the secretary. Other oommittees are as tollowa Amusements, James A. -Howarth, Charles T. Ward. E. S. Wade. John Johnston. Frank May, Harry Andrews; whist, Alexander Em ery, a. nenaee, ueorge uaiawin. President O. Burr Loynes will be the ref eree in all diputes and his decision will be final. THE ACCeUHX ACCEPTED. Mr. Wrlcbt Scores a Victory in Probate Court. the Judge A. Heaton Robertson rendered his decision yesterday morning in the Probate court upon ' the administration' account of Arthur Wright upon the estate of the late Colonel Dexter R. Wright. "It will be re numbered that Eethuel Phelps, an uncle of Mr. Wright, has objected to receiving the ac count) and his attorneys, Messrs. Webb and Bennett, have been pushing Mr. Arthur Wright pretty hard. By the deoision yester day morning Mr. Wright was vindicated. The court found that the note of $5,000 held by Yale college and taken up by Mrs. Wright belonged to the estate and also the notes given by Bethuel PhelpB and amounting to $30,000. The claim of $150 put in by Mrs. Wright, because Mr. Phelps took the piano, was disallowed. The claim of Broker Bowe for $1,700 was allowed. Mr. Wright had al ready paid this claim, and Mr. Phelps objeoted on the ground that the contraot was illegal, as it was stock gambling. Judge Kobertson said he could not take this view of the case. His honor also said the gift of the law library and the check for $1,000 given by the late Colonel Wright to his son were solid gifts and would have to stand. The court ordered Mr. Wright to inventory the Park street property and also make an accounting of the rents he has collected since he assumed theadministrator- IB- . .. . , upon the iamuy property on xors: street Mrs. Wright will be allowed an allowance of $800 to pay the taxes due on the property. Mr. Wright has not yet put in Bis Dill tor expenses, but it will probably be a good sized one, as he has spent considerable time fight ing the case in court. . His first move was to tie up his uncle's property in New York upon the $30,000 notes and the cases are now pending in the New York courts. Mr. Phelps has begun suit against Mr. Wright in this State as an offset. New Haven Orphan Asylam. The monthly meeting of the managers will be held at the asylum, 610 Elm street, on Thursday morning of this week at a quar ter after 10 o'clock. Comlsc Plcnte. at Savin Rock.l Savin Rock will be visited by the following oompanies during the summer. The several G. A. R. posts have not fixed upon dates: The Literary Society of Waterbury Tuesday, July 24, 890. . Labor picaio, BeptemDer a. Bakers' picnic September 28. Odd Fellows, September 30. The Cecelia Circle ot New HaveD, September 13. For Rev. Mr. Heveri Residence. The Park street Congregational church of Bridgeport have bought the dwelling house adjoining their house of worship, facing Washington Park, at a cost of $8,000, and are now fitting it up for the use of their pas tor, Rev. H. C. "Hovey, who will take pos session as soon as the necessary alterations are completed. The estimated cost of these changes is about $650. Dr. Hovey will spend his vacation at Bound Lake, N. Y., where he delivers the opening lecture, next Thursday, of the American Institute of Christian Philosophy, and also gives an il lustrated lecture next week. Coming- lTrena Westaeld. Massasoit conclave, Knights of Sherwood Forest, are planning an excursion next month over the Canal railroad and down New Haven bay to Pawson park, one of the most attrac tive resorts on the Connecticut ooaat. First Pre.lyterlan Chorth. A church prayer meeting will be held at the First Presbyterian church this evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. Mcintosh will address the meeting on "Faith in Christ and Justification by Faith." Everybody is invited to attend." XII K GRAND ARRIT. Commander-in-Chief Hea'i Orders Cob cernlna PoUtles. Orders have been received from the com-mander-in-ohief of the Grand Army, John P. Rea of Minneapolis, concerning the ' Grand Army organisation and politics and will be promulgated by Department Commander S. B. Horns af Wins ted. The orders are as follows: HBADO.CASTISS ov Grakd Army or 1 THI RBPUBUC. MnmAPeus, Uinn., July 16, 1888. ) General Orders. No. 0. In view of the period of great political excitement upon wmen tae country is now entering; me com-mander-in-cnief deems it his duty to call the atten tlon of all oomrades to the following extract from the rules and regulations: "No officer or comrade ot the Grand Army of the Republic shall, in any manner, use this organiza tion for partisan purposes, and no discussion of partisan questions shall be permitted at any of its meetings, nor shall any nomination for political office be made." Article XI, chapter 5. The continued prosperity and usefulness of our fraternity depends upon the avoidance f even a suspicion that it can he used by any person or in any locality fer any partisan purpose whatever.The members of the organization as citizens of their country have all the rights and are subject to all the duties of citizenship. They have, and should have their political convictions and party affilia tion, and their right to advocate and proclaim thera and to differ in regard to them as they do is in no wise questioned; but fidelity to the principles of the organization and a due regard for its efficiency a.d welfare urgently demand that any and every viola tion of th. letter or spirit of the above cited rule should be studioasly avoided and promptly condemned. Comrades are reminded that the uniform of the order ehovld not be worn at any political gathering and they are admonished to dis countenance the use of all political badges or de vices In any way calculated te associate the Grand Army of the Bepurlio with any political party or candidate. To the end that the fraternal ties which now unite us may not be impaired by partisan con tention, this warning is promulgated and com manders of departments and posts are directed to supplement the same by all proper methods. By command of John P. Rka, Sahisx Fish, Commander-in-Chief. Adjutant General. ' Reanlon or the Old Tenth C. V. The reunion of the Tenth Connecticut Vol ttnteers is to be held in South Norwalk on the 6th of September in Germania hall. As the oomrades arrive at the depot they will be met by the committee on reuni6n and taken to the rooms of Douglas Fowler post, where at 12 o'clock a business meeting will be held, after whioh a collation will be served in Ger mania hall. The Tenth Connecticut served all through the war, and Fairfield county sent four oompanies out with it. The regi ment was mustered into service eleven hun dred strong, -suffered privations and hard ships that it Is impossible almost to believe, many dying of disease and southern in pris ons. When the regiment was mustered out of the original eleven hundred only seventy two remained. It is the first time the regi ment has held a reunion in Norwalk. State Catholic Temperance Societies. The State convention of the Catholia Total Abstinence union will be held at Rookville, Tuesday, August 28. The New Haven socie ties which will be represented are the St. Francis, St. Ignatius, St. Patriok's No. 1. St. John's, St. Mary's, St. Aloysius and St. Francis cadets. In Great Demand. The artiole by Hon. N. D. Sperry of New Haven on "The Advantages of Protection," whioh appeared recently in the Christian Secretary, has met with wonderful approval. A large wool dealer in western New York ordered thousand copies', and the demand has been so large that an extra edition has be come necessary. : Still aSeeret. The contract lor the new recitation hall at Yale has been swarded to Norcroas Brothers of Worcester, Mass., and . that the donor's nam might remain conoealed the . contract wm signed by ra agent for lbs donor. AT sAVIRBOCK. ' Tbe' Turners' Annual Jolly Tonne Folks at Savin Bock Yesterday Crowds of Older Friends Other Doing, at Savin Rock. The Turners' pionio at Savin Reck yester day was largely attended and six hundred people were at the grove early in the after noon. Many more west down last evening and the gay social gathering sustained its merrymaking until a late hour. About two hundred children went to the Rook on the oars in the forenoon. They made the grove ring with their happy laughter and the boys amused themselves with base ball and many pleasant games. Athletic exhibitions were given by the several classes. The children's exhibition was entered by nearly 150 and its chief feature was a march around the front of the grove. They were assembled by the beat of drums and marshaled about the grounds with flags and fancy manoeuvres. The older classes exhibited interesting ath letics and won much applause by their mus cular skill and training. The evening was passed in a most enjoyable way and the Turners demonstrated most conclusively that brawn and muscle is not always separated from civilization and sooiability. Masio was of excellent character. : Among the musicians were noticed the well known faces of Louis Weil, George Robinson and others. OEBKAN ODD FHXOWS TO PICNIC AT THE ROCK. The twenty-fifth anniversary of the found ing of the Germania Lodge of Odd Fellows wUl be celebrated by the members at Savin Rock next Monday. Grand officers and rep resentatives from lodges at New London, Bridgeport, Hartford, New Britain and Mer iden will attend. A special picnic is planned for Railroad Grove and the day's enjoyment will be ended by fireworks in the evening. COTJBT ST. STXAOOainE TO PICNIC TO-DAY. The picnic of the Mishkan Israel Sunday School, which was to have been held at High Rook Grove last Thursday, postponed on ac count of the weather, will be held at Savin Rook to-day, it having been impossible to se cure another date for High Rook Grove, every date for the remainder of the season being taken. Charley Miller of the Beach Pavillion and owner of the Beaoh House hotel, is indig nant over an article in the .Register which set forth a statement as follows: '.'The young people at the Sea Tiew determined to have a hop. Hops are not of frequent occur rence, and when anticipated interest runs high. Elaborate preparations are made and the evening is looked forward to with no little trepidation. Miller's orchestra is about the only musical party that is to be had at the shore. Accordingly Miller's or chestra, or a part of it, was engaged. But Mr. Miller boards at the Beaoh House, and so does the leader of the orchestra, hence when the rumor reached the ears of Savin Rookers that the Sea Yiew was to have a hop it was but in the nature of things that there should be music Tbe night came for the hop, the young people came for the hop, in fact quite everybody came for the hop ex cept the muaioians, and inasmuch as musi cians are regarded as indispensable there was no hop, although there was a great number of hopping mad people." To this Mr. Miller demurs emphatically, setting forth that the reason he sat down upon the hop was that nobody asked his permission to use his dance pavilion or his orchestra, and that as it was his pavilion and his orchestra he naturally had something to say as to who should have the benefit of them. In other words, he says, the party were led to occupy his premises without having asked his permission and In fact ignoring him. CAM I TEBRTi SOI etnlns About the Work and Cost of Getting; Ready for the Guard.. The camp equippage and stores for the encampment at Niantio will be shipped from the State arsenal on Saturday of this week. Lieutenant-Colonel Morgan, Captain Cornell and Hobart Doming will leave on Monday with the men who have been se lected to put the camp in order, and have everything in readiness by the time the Na tional Guard arrive on the grounds August 20. Fifteen men will go from Hartford and an additional ganst of fifteen will be provided at Niantio. The thirty men will have all they can attend to during the three weeks. They will live on the grounds, tents being pro vided for them. Mr. Burnham of the Mor ton hous9 will cater for them. Each man will receive $3 a day and board, the daily expense not being under $75. The cost for getting the eamp ready after the stores and tents have been received on the grounds will aggregate si,ouu at least. The two ambu lances will be taken down this year, going with the oamp equipage on Saturday. TH ft COURT RECORD. City Court criminal Pickett. Side Judge Judge Pickett yesterday disposed of these cases: Breach of the peace Matthew McDermott against John McDermott, continued to July 26: Michael Kerrigan, judgment suspended: Michael Hogan, $5 fine and $6.24 costs; Ben jamin Quintl against Lena Caplon, $8 fine and $7,08 oosts; Rachel Ruintl against Lena Uaplon, discharged. - Lascivious carriage Angelo Melio, $7 fine and $8.24 costs; Sarah Fiokett and Hary E, Bennett, discharged. Vagrancy James Donohue, 80 days in jaU; Richard O'Brien, 15 days in jail; John Howler, judgment suspended. Fast driving John F. Shea, $7 fine and $7.78 oosts. Theft Luke Rodsers from Joseph Nelson. $7 fine and $7.78 costs; Teresina Pepe, dis charged; Madelina Pepe, nolled on payment 01 JJ.U.zu. Committing nnisanoe Martin Colman $20 fine and $6.24 costs. Violation of liquor law Matthew Shea, continued to July 25. Derby Races Fall Meeting, The fall meeting of the Derby Agricultural and Driving company will be held in Derby on August 28, 29, 30, 31. The aggregation of premiums is $2,200. The programme is: FIRST DAY. TCISDAT, AUGUST 28. l. a. Purse, $3G0. 8.00 class. Purse. $300. 8.37 class. BZCO.HD DAT. WXDKKSDAT, AUGUST 39. Purse, $350. t. 40 class. Purse, $350. 2.30 class. THIRD DAY. -THURSDAY, AUGUST 30. Purse, faso. 2.50 class. Purse, $250. 2.80 pacing class. FOURTH SAY. FRIDAY, AUGUST SI. Purse, $250. . 85 class. Purse, $400. Free for all class. 7. 8. Races will follow at Southington, Meriden, Watertown and Danbnry. GOLDCN R VLB'S EXCURSION A Fine -Time Assured -The Invited Gae.ta. The annual excursion given by Grand can ton Golden Rule No. S, P. M., I. O. O. F., has always been a success and that the one to-morrow will not fall behind its predeces sors goes without saying. The members of the canton and their friends will board the Elm City to-morrow bound for Brooklyn. The chief objective point is Prospect Park and the tickets carry to the park, but abun dant time will be given to visit the navy yard and other points of interest in Brooklyn or the great metropolis aaross the river. The canton has forwarded special invitations to the following prominent members of the or der and officers of the P. M., to accompany them on their fourteenth annual excursion on Wednesday, the 25th, to New York, Brook lyn, Prospect Park and the navy yard: Major General C. A. Cushman, commander of Firs Army Carps; Colonel G. W. Roberts of Waterbury, Major B. J. Sturges of Nor walk, Major Bailey, M. D., of Norwich; Major L. S. Burr, New Britian; Majors F. J. Munson, G. Lehr and J. Saunders of New Haven; Captain W. W.' Tucker, Hartford; Captain Buokley of- Sonthport, all on the staff of Brigadier C. B. Foster, commanding department of Connecticut. Of the First regiment there are expected Colonel P. Terhune and Captains Lane, Fer guson,' Merrow, Bristol and Blondel, and Major Book of his staff. Major C. C. Smith of the first battalion and Captain W. H. An drews, and Lieutenants Parlow, Manville and Hillman of his staff, also Major H. H. Wright of Bridgeport and Major T. W. Capen of Stamford. Of the Seoond regiment the following have been invited: Colonel C. B. Ware, "New Lon don; Lieutenant Colonel H. Longdon, Meri den;"Major G.M. Ridway of Hartford; Major William Ridley, Meriden; Major F. J. King, Norwich, and Captain Tracy,adjutant,of same place. Lieutenant Colonel J. S. Hinman, com manding Sassaous No. 1, with his officers and the officers of Aurora No. 12; William H. Cox, grand patriarch; F. Botsford, grand sec retary; James Bishop, deputy grand master; Judge Deming, Chief A. O. Hendrick, City Sheriff HoUis, Colonel H. ' B. Perry and oth ers. - - ... v . General state News. IN MYSTIC. There was a Republican flag-raising at Mys tio on Saturday evening with a speech by Col. W. W. Parker. : . , DIED IH ktBBXDIir. . - George Jeffrey, the son- of George S. Jef frey of Meriden, died at 11 o'olook Saturday night at his home in the' Reeera buildins af- At long iUaesi with oomramptiva. SUM APPLB CROP. . From all accounts, the apple crop of the State this year will be a slim one. There was a fair bloom, but comparatively few ap ples set and these have largely fallen. DIED IN PAEIS. The death is announced of Miss Addie Staf ford, a daughter of the late Robert Stafford of Groton, Conn. Miss Stafford married a titled Russian and war residine in Paris at the time of her death. BRAKKMAIt INJURED. Edward Carroll, a young man employed as brakeman on the New London Northern rail road, was badly injured Saturday by being thrown from a train on which he was at work. His leg was broken. A SINGULAR COINCIDENCE. In Essex the past week two persons died. Both of the deceased were of the same age, years, died within an hour of each other. and both had followed during their life the same occupation, a shoemaker. A OOW CREATES A SENSATION. A cow broke through the front window of a house on East Main street the other night after the electric lights were out and created quite a sensation before she was beaten off with a rake. Waterbury American. FOR MILES ABOUND. In Meriden Sunday evening Colonel Da- rand delivered an eloquent sermon at the Zion Mission church. He preached for thir ty-one minutes on "Falling From " Grace," and colored people for miles around oame to hear him. BITTEN BY A SAVAGE DOG. In New Britain Saturday evening a large black dog belonging to Thomas Corscaden savagely bit in the leg Harry Hart, son of Charles E. Hart, superintendent of the bolt department of tne blarney works, ss he was riding on his bicycle. A MIGHTY NIKROD. Robert Beebe, a famous old hunter of New London county, died at his home in Water- ford Saturday, lie was eighty-four years and six months old and was well Known by sportsmen who have hunted in the woods of New London oounty during the past fifty years. A QUEER BIRD TLEW INTO A CAB. A large bird of an unknown species flew into the cab of one of the early trains on the llolyoke and Westfield railroad Saturday morning and was killed. The bird's body was of a dark gray eolor, the wings measured about two feet, the beak was several inches long and the legs about the same length. ACROSS THE RIVER THAMES. The work on the new bridge across the Thames river at New London is just becom' ing interesting to spectators. The immense caisson to be sunk for the center pier is. being built on the shore, and a large amount of timber will be used, and it will require some time to do the work. This is a new depart ure on foundation building and will make the cost of the bridge much less than was at nrst estimated. rr.T.ir.n a WAR VETERAN. Saturday afternoon the 3 o'clock train on the Valley road killed a man between Crom well and Kocky Mill. The remains were taken to Cromwell. The man is supposed to be Hiram L. Markham, who lived on the Middlesex turnpike below here. He was badly mangled. The coroner has been sent for. Markham was about fifty years old and was walking on the track. He was a veteran of the First Heavy Artillery. THE DEFUNCT CHARTER OAK. The Charter Oak Life Insurance oompanv's receivers have netted $140,000 up to date by me sate oi assets and nave considerable more property to Bell. About $150,000 will be realized from the New York property.and mere is a lawsuit now in progress over the final settlement of this. But the polioy- noiders win not receive a cent for the hand some building which was paid for by their money, ana tne receivers' bills will reaoh $20,000. CAUSED THE DEATH OF A FLAGMAN. Charles Doane, who was arrested at Nor wich, will be tried for manslaughter. He was about to drive across the railroad track at Wickerford Junction July 6. when the flagman warned him back. He persisted and the nagman seized the horse by tbe head, Doane forced the horse on, dragging the flag man on the track. Then the horse broke from the flagman, throwing him across the railroad, and he was killed by the train from which he had been trying to save Doane. The latter escaped. ROMAN CATHOLIC RETREAT. The Institute of Mercy at Mount St. Jo seph on Farmington avenue, Hartford, now has some 250 members. Owing to the large number it has been found necessary thlayear to have three retreats. The first, which closed last week, was conducted by the Rev. Father Frisbie, a graduate of Yale and a convert to the Roman Catholic faith, and professor at Georgetown college, D. C. The exercises of the second retreat, now in progress, are con ducted by the Rev. Father Fiulay, who is one of the most eminent members of the Jesuit order. PRETTY WORDS AND A DARKENED CITY. Yesterday's Hartford Courant, speaking of the moon's eclipse Sunday night, says: "It was a wonderfully beautiful and indeed dra matio eight. No one with a particle of im agination could watch it without a flood of suggestions and fancies, idle no doubt, the stuff that dreams are made of, but all a part of the scene sad legitimately heightening the immediate impression. It was something of a shook, as all this passed away, to remember that the wise forethought of the city fathers had deoided that as this was a night of fall moon the street lights were not wanted While this spectacle was shown in the heav ens a worse than Cimmerian darkness reigned here below, and if there were any burglars more far-sighted than publio officials that was their opportunity. A MEXICAN PONT. The Danbnry News ssys : " On Friday nooen jnuuxsn entered a stall to teed a Vex 'can pony, and the unnatural brute made an attack upen him. It was so quick and so fierce that Mr. Milliken was taken by surprise and uaa to o.ieno nimseii as best ne could. The Infuriated beast had seized his right arm in nis teem and attempted to shake him as dog would a woodohuok. He did not succeed in tearing the flesh, as Mr. Milliken had on a heavy coat, whioh no doubt helped him, Not succeeding in the arm business, the little fury began to stamp upon his victim. By this time Mr. .Milliken had recovered his equilibrium and got on the defensive. By well aimed blow just back of the ear he suc ceeded in temporarily stunning the beast so that he got of the stall without further in jury. He had one arm and one leg very oadiy oruised." HARTFORD CAMERA CLUB OFF FOR AN OUT ING. The eating of the Hartford Camera club to-morrow, July 25, promieu to be a very pleasant affair. The party will leave Hart ford on the 8:05 train on the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad for Meriden, where an electrio oar of the Meriden Electric railroad will be waiting to convey the party to the station of the Meriden, Cromwell and Connecticut River railroad, where a special train will take the party to Waterbury. Re turning the train will go through to Crom well, and from there the party will return by the Valley road. The officers of the Meri den and Cromwell road have kindly invited the club to take this trip, and promises some very picturesque views among the mountains east of Waterbury, where there is a "horse Bhoe" curve. Between Meriden and Crom well there are some pretty spots, and the brown stone quarry at Cromwell will be of especial interest. The party will take their own lunch with them, and two or three mem bers will each, take a "kodak," whioh is the latest thing in the way of photography. ANOTHER "REFORM" POSTMASTER. A. gentleman named Martin Sohmidt has a farm - that is sitnated jointly in Trumbull and Bridgeport. He expected some time ago to receive money from his native place in Germany, and net receiving it, tel egraphed to the above country to ascertain if it had been sent. He received in reply that it was started some time previous to receiv ing his telegram. After inquiry at the Tram bull office several times, also at tho Bridge port office, he began to think that he was the loser to the amount of 1,000 marks, Ger man money. What was his surprise a couple of days ago, says the Standard, to have the Trumbull postmaster hail him while at woik in a field and tell him that he had in his possession a letter that h Vis1 nuWi several weeks ago and his wife, thinking it was valuable, put it in a bureau drawer and had forgotten it, although Mr. Schmidt had called for it several times. It had lain in the above drawer for two months. Mr. Sohmidt of course is pleased to recover his $250 but thinks postmaster's wives had better let the business of their husbands alone. THE ANNUAL RACES OF THE PEQUOT CANOE CLUB AT CHIKON ISLAND. The Pequot Canoe club has been camping at Chlmon Island off Norwalk. Friday was ladies and race day. The first event was a sailing race for canoes in whioh the entries were: Sassaqua, Commo dore B. P. Wakeman of Southport; Atala, Captain J. H. Rowland of Bridgeport; Espe ranza, G. Skiff Ford of New Haven; Chief, E. C. Bogert of Bridgeport. The race was finished in the above order, the Commodore winning a close race from Rowland. . Thernext event was the yawl raoe and this was handily won by the Lestris, owned by Dr. Ledyardof New Rochelle, with the Hya cinth of South Norwalk, Thornton H. Smith owner, seoond. The Metaoomet, W. A. Bor den and W. H. Hale of New Haven, was third, losing second place on time allowanoe given the Hyacinth. The Caukeen of West port, F. P. Lewis, was last. The upset nes for padding canoes wa , contested by W. A. Borden of this city and T. H. SmithV South Norwalk. The former won easily. Saturday morning two magnificent races were run, the tandem paddling race and the sail and paddle. The former was won by F. P. Lewis and G. S. Ford of this city in the Esperanze, with W. A. Borden of this city and H. Jr. Wakeman ot soumpon seooua la the Sasssqua. The latter race was won by Ja H. Rowland of Bridgeport in the Alala. A Commercial Treaty Between a Dos; and a Hen. From a Letter to the London Spectator. Your dog-loving readers may be interested in the following instance of animal sagacity. Bob" is a fine two-year-old mastiff, with head and face of massive strength, height ened by great mildness of expression. One day he was seen carrying a hen very gently in his mouth to the kennel. Placing her in one corner he stood sentry while she laid an egg, which he at once devoured. From that dav the two have been fast friends, the hen refusing to lav anywhere but in "Bob's" ken nel, and cettini? her reward in tne dainty morsels from his platter. There must have been a bit of canine reasoning here. - "Bob" must have found eggs to his liking, that they were laid by bens, and that ne couio nest cure a supply by having a hen to himself. more Animation In the Stock. Market A General Advance-A Fairly Active and Steady Clese. Nzw Tobk. July 25. There was a little more animation in the stock market after 12 o'clock, the increase in the amount ef business beine noticeable in St. Paul, which was at the same time very weak, losing per cent. though a portion of the loss was afterward re cained. The rest of the list, however, was Arm to strong. The market quieted down after 1 p. nu but toward 2 p. m. Union Pacific and Reading came to the front and the former scored a net advance ef 96 per cent. The market was not more active after 2:15 than at any time during the day, and at the same time was decidedly strong, with Reading, Lackawanna, Union Pacific and New England the features, the last named advancing H per cent The market presented no further features and closed fairly active and strong at the best prices reached. Closing prices reported over tbe private wires of BUNNELL A 8CRANTON. Bankers and Brokers Bid Asked. Am. Cotton Seed Oil . Alton & Terre. Haute Alton & Terre Haute Pfd Boston & N. Y. Air Line Pfd Burlington & Quincy 39 iW 80 100 114H 60 .V.V.". 50 57 33Va 133 12JS- 31 2 4Js ... . 86 ... . 24 9H 44H 03 101 116 51 30 51 34 137 O. C. O. & I Cameron Coal Canada Soutnern Canadian racifio central Pacific Chicago & Alton Chic, St. Louis & Pitts Chic. SMLouis Sc. Pitts Pfd .. 13K Cin. W. B Oin. W.B.Pfd Colorado Coal S son 24 V. Columbus s. Hocklnz Valley UhesapeaKeA Ohio uneeapea.e z onto, 1st fia OhesaDeakel Ohio 2d Pfd 4 10 5: 114 Consolidated Gas 7416 70 Del. Lack. & Western 134MS Del. & Hudson Canal Uiii Denver & Rio Grande 17 EastlTenn- Va & Ga 1014 1348 114 18 11 72 East T.nn., Va. 3c Ga. 1st, Pfd 71 least xenn., va. sua sfa fid zeu Erie 20 Erie Pfd. 61H Erie Seconds 88 Erie & Western 156 Erie and Western preferred 4ti4 Express Adams 145 American 108 United States 75 Wells. Fargo 138 Houston and Texas Vi In. Bloom. W 12i Illinois ; Central 118 Kansas & Texas 18 Lake Shore 93 Louisville A Nashville 59 Hanhattan:Elevated 88 Maryland Coal 12 atiemgan central 8-M Mil.. L. Shore & Western 6 Mil.. L. Shore AW. pfd 91 Ulan. A St. Louis 4H Minn, ft St. Louis pfd...; 10 MissouniFac Nashville A Chattanooga 80 New Central Coal II R.w Jersey Central. ft??' New York Central. 106?i New tor. A New En. 44 26! 26J 62 46Js 1DU 110 77 141 13 iiu 13 93: 69 SIS' 14 (HI 95 5 80 106 1 Hocking Coal A Iron 2214 X3 n. x. ousq. a. west N. Y. Susq. A West pfd N. Y..U. A Bt. Louis . Y..C. X St. Louis pfd S. Y.. N. H. & HartforJ Norfolk ft Western 32 15J6 19 Norfolk ft West cfd Northern PaciUc Northern Pacific pfd W8 ciorsawess III 141 Northwest Dfd Oil Certificates 84 Ohio ft Mississippi XI 38! 108 unui Omaha pfd Ontario ft Western Oregon Navigation. Oregon Transcontinental Pacific Mai) Peoria. D. and Eransvilie Pullman Car Co Beadinr 93 ate 15? ieiS 62?S Riehmons ft West Point S5J. ISO tuenmona w. p. pid 74 74! Bock Island 106 San Francisco so San Francisco pfd e8H San Francisco 1st pfd 112 Bt. Paul 7oji Bt Paul pfd 108V4 St. Paul and M lOTJf Bt. Paul ft Duluth 68 St Paul ft Dulutn,pfd 98U Texas Paciflr jsfHj Onion PaclSe 5?u Wabaah J3j2 Wabash pfd M2 Western Union Tel ni Wheeling ft Lake Erie. 6SU Tenn. Coal ft Iron J8H eovarnment boo., alowd a. follow.- 106 30 63 113J45 70? 10 10 4Ha,'Treg 4Va, '91 eoup ... 4a, 1907, re in, 1907, coup... Currency 6s, 95 . Currency 6s, '96. . Oumncy 6s, '97 . Ourrancy ta, '98. . Currency 6a. '99. . l7Hi7 :e7gior i7tai: :7)127: 119 :2iWa - 124 127 . .19K - Caleaco drain and Provision n.rk.t The fotlowlni .now. th. closing quotation, at f. tt. in 'Thioaar, mi compared with tb. same o the two preri-Jus dar: Otastac quotation, regular Board, Reported over private wires to Bvmnoj. ft Scbantoh, bankers and brokers, 108 Orange street. New Haven, Conn. (July I Aug 4 Sept I Oct IDec July Aug .... j Sept Oct I May Wheal Cora July Aug Sept Oct. Oats July 13.67 13.70 13 TO Pork Aug 13.67 8ept. 13.77! 13.70H Oct 13.62; July ....... 8.40 Aug 8.47" Sept, 8.&21 Oct 8.52J 8.SS Lard 0.M DEFY B HI BURGLARY, FIRE, - FORGERIES, Bt hiring;a safe in the vault Mercantile Safe Deposit Go. Annual rental of safe from FIVE to SIXTY, DOL LARS. Absolute security for Bonds, Stocks, Wills, Bullion, Plate, Jewelry, Precious 6 tones and all evidences of value. Access to vault through the Dancing room ot tne nwtiAiiuiS' uaail T3 Chnrchi corner Center Streets Couiion rooms for convenience of patrons. Alt persons interested are cordially invited to Inspect tne company s premises, upon uuio v a. m. so s n, m. Thomas B. Trowbridge, Prest. f Oum 8. Whits, Vic Prest. 8S eod Chas. H. Trowbridoe. Sec, and Treas Duplex Corset. We are receiving, almost daily, letters testifying to the great and sustained popularity of the DXJ- Mrs. Elizabeth M. Rockhill writes from Lebanon. Ohio, April 14th, 1888 : "Allow me to pay my tribute to the genius which invented the Duplex. I bave worn many different makes of corsets, but until I bough my first Du pley in 1878 or 1877, 1 never knew what a thorough ry comfortable corset was. I have worn no other kind since, and could not be induced to unless they were not to be had They are very reasonable in price, better wearing than those which cost more and satisfactory in every respect," For sale everywhere. Sample corset sent post paid on receipt of SI. Bortree Mfg. Co:, Jackson, Mich. n!6 eod3t ' . This is the Top of the Genuine Pearl Top Lamp Chimney. All others, similar are imitation. ..This exact Label is on each Pearl Top Chimney. I Adealermaysay ' and think he has' others at good, BUT HE HAS NOT.. Insist upon the Exact Label and Top. FOI SALE EVERYWHERE. Slftnt SALT-IT : GEO. A. MACBETH & CO., PittM, Pa. !4 SIM 15& 18 0?8 - 26H 58? liO-H 140 84M 21 .. 8X ..105 .. .. 94 . 29 .. S5H .-.-lUtf R234 July 90. July 21. July S3 . 83 MU -Bl . ftOtt 80 79W . 7 T9?J 72 ! SSJa 82 81$j 4TJs 47 48 47. 4S? 46 47 464 45 46 4.'i5 44 3 S9 83 : SB Sg 23. . aia 4j & 24 24 24K 13.62 18.62 it.ro ii 13.62 8.40 2 8.47 i 8.47 AT "W TIT m ts3: & Sweejii ffliisimer Bargains. MEN'S Strictly all wool Homespuns, domestic Cheviots, mixed Cassimeres in very desirable colors, warranted all wool, marked down to 8.50. MEN'S SUITS. Genuine imported Scotch Suitings, strictly all wool Cassimeres, guaranteed colors in plain Cheviots, genteel Plaids, Checks and Stripes in pure all wool suitings, suitable for dress or business wear, marked down to SfefO.OO. MEN'S FINE SUITS Marked Down to $15. We wish to hold your closest attention now. These suits are tailor made, trimmed in the finest manner. The goods are some of the finest foreign and domestic makes, in both light and dark colors. Young 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. MEN'S TROUSERS. 1,500 pairs, all desirable patterns, tormer prices Children's Short Pant Suitsat $2.50, $3.50 and $5 Marked down: from $2 ta $5 each. The fine FLANNEL WAISTS at $1.50 and the imported PERCALE WAISTS at 93c are bargains that will never be C. E. L0NGLEY & CO., 101, 103, and 105 Church Street, flew Haven, Gonn. The Largest Clothing House in this State.' Guaranteed Mortgages PAYING 7 PER CENT. If KOOTIATKD BY TBE Hamilton Loan and Trust Company, (Incorporated.) Paid Up Capital S 100,000. 8eml-Annual Coupon Bonds running five yean. Interest and principal parable at the office ot BROWN BROTHERS & CO., N. Y. These bonds are secured by IT 1 rat mortgagee on ImproT.d Western Farms and other property worth three times asDount of loan, ana are in amounts Tarying from S300 to $2,000. This Company assigns the bond and mortgage over to the investor, and as aa additional security Cisrsatess interest and principal. For pamphlets and full information send to, or oallon . F. W. J. SIZE R, jet 811 Chapel street. New Hans. 8 Per Cent. Mortgages. Seenrity S 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 hare their absolute guarantee In addition to the mortgage se curity. Tims one year, (two coupons), making them very desirable for those seeking temporary investments. Also a good supply of 5 year T per cent, bonds in sums to suit. JOHN KERLET, OSSee, 1 1 4 Ceorars Street II. C. WARREN & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, 139 OBAIfr.E STREET Stocks and Bonds bought and sold in New York, Boston and local markets. Interest allowed on Deposits. First mortgage Loans and Debentures, bearing 6 to 8 per oent. interest, for sale. DIVESTMENT SECURITIES. 65 shares Air Line Preferred stock. 15.000 Housa tonic 5 per cent, bonds. Z3.000 New Haven & Northampton 7 n. at. bonds. 100 shares New Haven Oounty Rational bank stock ao snares xaie national cans: bwck. BUNNELL & SCRANT0N, Bankers. 108 Orange Street. VERMILYE & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, Dealer In Investment Securities. Not. 16 and 18 Nassau 81 - RW YORK CITY. WESTERN FARM LOANS. T71IK8T Horteage security on improved farms in ' Kansas, iwioraao ana wasmngHm iwrawj, giving a high rate of interest to investors. Clarence E. Thompson, : Successor to Samuel O. Thorn, Bowdltch Building, 103 Orange st.', ap2t Old number T04- JULY INVESTMENTS. FOB SALE, Boston A N.Y. Air Line KB. pTd, non-taxablb Detroit. Hillsdale and S. 1C Hillsdale and H. W. . KR., N. T.. N. H. and H. BR.. Y., N. H. and H. BR.. N. Y. and N. J. Telephone Co., . " Bonsatonio BR. 6's of 1037, Town of Hartford of 1879, N.Y., N.Y. A Hartford 4'a of 1903, " Chicago, Mil. A St. Paul B. B. 6's of 191. Western Farm and City Loans. Principal and interest guaranteed by the Lombard Investment Company. W.T. HATCH & SONS, -" ' BANKER. MASS. REAL ESTATE CO, Boston, Mass. SAFE HOME INVESTMENT. New Eneland'a best (ommercial Beal Estate for security. Hon than regular rates of interest for a dividend For stock and for ramnhletfl descriDtive of its Investments, send to or call on E. F MERRILL Room 2, 817 Chapel Street. OfBos Hours 2 to 6 p. snySKm SUITS. handsome mixed, pure all wool Coats and Vests to Match, marked down to 95I.OO. For $$2-50. Cannot be equaled ; $3.50 and $4. (fast colors) are rapid sellers, and offered again. Mams, fatxgss, &c. EVERYTHING COMPLETE FOB- HOUSEKEEPING AT P. J. KELLY & OO.'S. Kitchen Furniture, Parlor Furniture, Bedroom Furniture, Carpets, 11 Cloths, window Sbades, Bedding, dec, Ac STOVES AND RANGES. Larcrest varletT to select from at the lowest prioes. Goods can be paid for on weekly or monthly pay nis witaouE extra cnarge. 818, 830, 831, 833, 833 and 834 GRAND AVENUE. FIRST CLASS FLUMfilNEr & GAS FITTING J. H. Buckley, 179 Church St. F. A.. CARLTON, Plumbing, Steam and Gasfitting Jobbing Promptly Attended To. OFFICE 180 Georsre, eor. Tanapl Bt, 8TKAM HEATINO BUILDING. M ESTIItlATES OIVKN. g THATCHER'S Burning Furnace. Incomparably the Best. These furnace, never fail to give entire satlsfao. ion. They are self cleaning, gas tight and and- j clinker, most durable, economical and safe. Plumbing, Gai and Steam Fitting- Tin Roofing, Ac. Estimatesfurnished to Builders. Stoves, Ranaeand ail It led. ofKltcn- enlFarnlahlnKS. JOHNR. GARLOCK, 217 State Street, near Crown. !' I ALASKA Kefrigerators. ALSO A LARGE VARIETY. OF Other Makes at Low Prices. G. W. HAZEL & CO., iv25tf 1 1 ANC 1 8 CHURCH STREET. fen&Jrencii Everything Stamp & Name 25c in Rufaaer I Stamps l Self-Inker 50e.Dater tl at low -LINEN INKS, t A. 0. PI MARKERS,- est C-.I o..... rt yiMri i s PERKINS, 13 CENTER ST.J BOUSE KEEPING ' ' 1 f -f . 'J V. -SB,, '.-.-T r.A.STcsOAPW' 'tf:'ix(J -tlflDEONDTBY vfpf y- CHlCBCPllBPKMceExehaiytHe,fet,' 776 Ol3.etxel gtt:xroet:, Uew ECaven, Ot DR. JOHN L. LYON, NO. 49 CHURCH STREET, The well known and reliable Botanic and Eclectic Physician Room 11, Hoadley Building Side Entrance 123 Crown Street. (Opposite tne PostolBce.) Office so arranged that patients see no oue bu the doctor. Who has practiced medicine In this city slncelRSl can be consulted at his office. Dr. Lyon's success in the treatment of all di? eases has been marvelous and his fame has spread throughout the length and breadth of the United States: Being opposed to all mineral and poisonous drugs, he has selected choice and potent remedials from the vegetable kingdom only, and withval nable roots, barks and herbs is prepared to CUBE the most stubborn and intractive disease. Con sumption, that bane of our eastern climate, which causes so many to succumb to its ruthless power, i CUBED by Dr. Lyon, as many testimonials from unimpeachable witnesses attest, Dyspepsia, the national scourge, which dooms thousands to tor tare and misery, is routed and annihilated by a rem edy discovered by the doctor. In no case yet nee this inestimable specific failed of banishing that painful disease. All diseases of the Lungs, Liver and Kidneys, SB well as Skin Diseases, and all Im purities of the Blood of whatever name and ne. turo, are radically and permanently cured in a surprisingly short time Oy the doctor's im roved method of treatment. TO FEMALES: The special diseases to which females are subjec 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 ladies suffering from any diseases incidental to their sex will find in Dr. Lyon a true friend an skilled physician and ons who is competent to treat all those diseases and affect permanent cures in the shortest possible time. " TO MALES Who are suffering from the errors of youth, los manhood, etc, and find themselves weakened and debilitated, and also those suffering from venerea geases: Dr. Lyon will prove to you that he CAN and WILL CUBE YOU. Hundreds of advertise ments appear in papers with statements of marvel ous cores which TEMPT KANT TO BIND TOR SOUS woBTBLxss kkdictnis which not only fail or af. FOKMNS THK BJCUBF DESIRED, but also RUIN TBE 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 grot it. He has successfully treated more cases of Spernm torhesa. Seminal Weakness and all Diseases of th. Generative Organs than any other physician livinc and his experience and skill avail in every install c in restoring the sufferer to sound health and spirit 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 ai Malarial Complaints. Abetters sent to the Doctor will be confldentia ly attended to, and in NO CASS shall conflden be abused. Write, if you do not, call in person describing your symptoms and duration of the dip le, 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 tore of the case. Office hours. 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Open Sunday evenings. DR. J. L LYON, NEW HAVEN, CONN SMEDLEY BROS. & CO. STORAGE FOR Furniture, Pianos and Gen eral Merchandise. Also for sale. 50 sets Harness, double and single. $6 and upwards. iusioes wagons. One recond-hand Landau. One lot Shelving, Counters, Showcases. One Circus Tent, seating capacity 500, for rale or "Business and Gentlemen's Driving Horses con stantly on hand. Smcdley Bros. & Co., 173 BREWERY STREET. ju!7 .nrVEFTOHS! JOHN E. EAKLi;, No. ti6S Chapel Street, Sew Ilaven, 9tvshispersonal attention to procuring Patents for Inventors. ItfTHE UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES A practice of more than thirty years, and fre quent visits to the racent uara nas gives nun a familiarity with every department of, and mode of uent visits to the Patent Office mtne at. th sreoeeding at, tne iraeenc umi mirh the fact that he now visits monthly to give his personal attention to the inter esa of his clients, warrants him in the assertion that no office in this country is able to offer the same facilities to Inventors in securing their inventions by Letter Patent and particularly to those whose SppucaQonH nave oeen rejeu.! wii im which he will make free of charge. Preliminary examination, prior to application tot patent made at Patent Office, at a small charge. His facilities for procuring Patents in Foreign Countries are unequal ed. . .. , u. RAf atn to more than one tbousandclients For whom ha has proenred Letters Patent - tvl8dw VAULTS AND CESSPOOLS Thoroughly and Neatly Done by STAWLZsmmaLnM.. ORDERS LEFT AT R. B. Bradley S Co.'s, 405 State street, J. T. Leighton s, 29 Broadway, R. Veitch A Son's, 974 Chapel street, Will receive prompt attention. Satisfaction giu je2 an teed. Telephones Connection. WEUr ADT1CS FEES I EO V TO ACT 1 '.trN Lost Vimr and Msabood Rttrtorarf. 1'r disorder ciirwd witKoul Stomach Medicine. Sealed Treatlie sent frea upon application. l leinii,.,! AMIS -ar.riass, aw asva. ffetv Mexican Hammock, $1.5 Screen Doors, all sizes, l.SO Window Screens, adjustable, .SO Kawn Mowers, T.50 50 ft. Robber Hose, Pipe, etc., 3.69 Children's Carriages Reduced. D. T. MALLETT, Hardware Store, Starln's New Haven Transport tlon ' Line. Every Day Except Saturday. Leave New Haven, from Stann'" Dock, at 10:15 o'clock d. m. The JOHN H. STARIN. Captain McAlister, every Svz. day, Tuesday and Thursday. The ERAPICf CORNING, Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Beturning, leave New York, from Pier IS, foot of Courtland street, at 8 p. m. the Starin every Monday, Wednesday and Friday the Corning every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday The only Bun day night boat from New York. Fare, with b.. .h is cabin, 75c; stateroom $1. Er 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 th. Downes News Co., 869 Chapel street. Peck A Biehor 702 Chapel street, and at tne Tontine Hotel. C. M. CONKLIN, Agent, my31 New Haven. Conn. NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT 1. Sally for New York FareTSc, lnc!c lnit berth Excursion Tickets (good t days) $1.26. Steamer C.H.NORTHAM, Capt. F.J. Peck, leaves NewHaven 12 o'clock p.m., Sunday excepted. Stale rooms sold at Peck A Bishop's, and at Elock'sDrn g Store. Steamer CONTINENTAL Capt. Stevens, leaves New Haven at 10:16 a. m. Sundays excepted. From New York The C. H. NOHTHAM leaver Feck Slip at 3 p. m., and the CONTINENTAL at 11 p. m., Sundays excepteo. Saturday 12 o'clockmid- night. Sunday, ELM CITY at II p. m. Sunday Boat for N. York Steamer ELM CITY Capt. Bishop, at 10:15 a. m. and NEW HAYEK Capt. Brown, at 10:30 p. m. Staterooms sold at the Elliott House. Free stage from Ins. Building at 9 p. m. Ticket, sold and oaggage checked thro' to Philadelphia (via both routes), Baltimore and Washington. JAMES H. WABD, Agent. ANCHOR LINE. Atlantic Express Service. LIVERPOOL via QUEENSTOWN Steamship "CITY OF ROME" from New York Wednesday, Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 8, Oct. 31. Largest and finest passenger steamer afloat. Cabin 800, $80 and $100; Second-class, $30. GLASGOW SERVICE. Steamers every Saturday from New York to GLASGOW and LONDONDERRY Cabin passage to uiasgow, ijonaonaerry. Ltiver- nool or Belfast. $50 and 60: second-class. steerage, ouxwara or prepaid, eitner service, iw. Saloon Excursion Tickets at reduced rates. Travelers1 Circular Letters of Credit and Drafts or anv amount issued at lowest current rates. For books of tours, tickets or further information ppiy to HenaerioD tsroioerii new xorK, or x u w jn ciiLtLt & oUK ajn TUri , Yo urange screen, w FITZPATEICK. 763 Grand avenue, New Haven. apv urn Railroads. NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN AND HARTFORD R. R. July 22, 1888. Trains Lsavs Nkw Haver as Follows: For New York-3:50, 4:90 (dally excep Monday), 4:50, t6:15, 7:00, 7:80, 8:10, 8:30, 9:35, 10:40, 11:60 a.m.. 1:80. 1:S5, 2:S0, 3:50. 4:00, 5:00, 6:30 (South Norwalk accommodation), 5:50, 6:00, 7:05, (6:30 and 8:15 way to Bridgeport) 8:08, 9:05, 9:10 p.m. Sundays 3:5C 4:20, 4:5P, 8:00 a. m., 6:00, 8:20, 7:06, 7:30, 8:C0 p. m. Washington Night 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. 6:52, 8:00, 1U0S, 11:20 a. m., 1:16, 1:10, 5:55 p. m. Stjndatb 1:16 night, 5:55 p. m. For Boston via New London and Providence 1:55 a. m. Fast expresses (13:05, 3:05 and 6:55 p. m.) Sundays 1:55 a. m. For Boston via Hartford and New York anc1 -New England B. B 2:20 a. m. daily, 12:05 p.m. For Boston via Air Line and N. Y. and N. E . B. B. 6:00 p. m. fast express Sundays 5:00 p. m. For Meriden, Hartford, Springfield, Etc Vi:25 night, 1:16 night (8:20 a. m. to Hartford), 6:52, 8:00 10:85, 11:05, 11:20 a. m. (White Mountain express), 12:05 (stopping at Ber lin and Hartford), 12:10, 1:1!, 3:10, 6:02 (6:05 to Hartford), 5:55, 8:15, 10:C5 p.m Sundays 1:16 night, 5:55 p. m. Shorb Link Division. For New London, Etc. 1:55 night, 7:C0, 7:50, 10:45 a. m., 12:06, 1 :30 (Saybrook acc.), :0i, 6:15. 6:20 (Lyme acc), 6:56, 9:00 p.m. (Guilford accommodation). Sundays 1:55 night. Am Link Division. For middletown, Wllllmantlc, Etc. Leave New Haven for all stations at 8:05 a. m, 1:25 5:00, 6:16 p. m. Sundays 5:00 p. m. Connect at Middletown with Connecticut Valley R. R., and at Wlllimantic with N. Y. and N. E. and N. L. and N. R. B. at Turnersville with Colchester Branch. Trains arrive in New Haven at 8:00 a. m, 1:22, 6:58, 8:53 p. m. Naugatuck Division. Trains leave New Haven, via the New Haven and Derby B. B., connecting with this division: For Wlnstedand way stations at 1:20 and 9:55 a: m., 2:35, and 5:35 p. m. For Waterbury and way stations at 7:85 p. For New Haven: Trains leave Winsted at 7:10 and 9:40 a.m., 1:20 and 4:50 p.m. Leave Water bury at 8:26 and 10:54 a. m.; 2:42 and 6:08 p. m. All the above trains connect with trains on Wa tertown Branch. Northampton Division. For Nortn Adams, Turner's Falls Willlamaburs, Hoi yoke and Mew Hartford and intermediate stations, trains leave New Haven at 7:45 a. m. and 1:00 p. m. For ' WiIIlamsbnrKn, Northampton, and points this side, at 11:04 and 6:15 p. m. From WllJIamsbure train arrives at 9:25 a. m., 1:23 and 8;5 p. m. From Northamp ton at 4:55 p. m., and from N or th Adams, etc. at 1:33 and S:5rp. m. For Saratosra, at 7:45 a. m., arriving at 3:15 ?. m. Train leaving New Haven at 11:04 a. m. has HROCGH PARLOR CAR and arrives at Saratoga at 5:85 p. m. Train arriving in New Haven at 4:55 p. m. has THROUGH PARLOR CAR from Sara toga at 10:3u a. m. O. Jtr BHEPABD, C. T. HEMPSTEAD, General Bup't Gen. Pass. Agent. Express Trains. Logal Express. New Haven and Derby RatlroHl. Train Arrangement commencing Sunday, July 8, 1888. LEAVE NEW HAVEN AI T:20 and 9:66 e.m..l:00,2:35,5:3 ,7:S5 and ll:15i - . LEAVE ANBONIA At 6:49, 8:16 and 11:42 a, ji.. 12:50, 8:. 6:1 ' .51. 8:.'0and 12:15 i. Sunday trains leave New Haven at 8:10 a. m. 8:10 p. m. Sunday trains leave Ansonia 7:20 a. m., 5:00 p. m. Connections are made at Ansenia with paetienge trains of the Naagatuck railroad, and at N-w Haver with the trains of N.Y.. N. B. A H. T , J. P. HOPSON, ir't New Haven. July 8, 1888 I REMOVED. 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