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Wednesday, July 25, 1888.
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The 'Imperial Granum,' in my hands, seems to be all that is claimed for It, and experience has brought me to rely on its use where its special properties are Indicated. In infantile diseases ft has proved very effica cious, and I always direct its use when a child is being weaned." The livesof untold thousands of Infants have been saved by Imperial Granum, and careful mothers are loud in their praises of this well known food, and pharmaoists can safely recom mend it. Proceedings Illinois Pharmaceutical Association. Sold By DrugsistS" EAT TRADE MARK. TflLV - XOR BREAKFAST. BOU BI All OBOCEBS. Quaker Mill Co., Ravenna, Ohio. dS8wath9ra Do Issr Own Dyeing, at Borne Thov will dye everything. They am sold every- -Whan. Prio, lOo. a package. Thy hveneequI for Btreagth, Brightness, Amount In TmAee or for Fastness of Color, or noa-fadinc Qualities. ly do not orok ox smat ; 40 color,, forssleby , 8. Oobum, Hew Haven Bouse Pharmacy and by superior wromr THE UFEj? THB COURT RECORD Unite State. District Court Judge Shipman. Judge Shipman, of the United States court, has rendered a decision for the de fendants in the cases of Frederick A. Shroe der and Isadora II. Bon against W. E. Tru bee, Frederick Trnbee, David Trnbee, Samu el C. Trnbee, George Corns took, Charles D. Wales and Charles E. Willett, the seven de fendants being members of the-firm of David Trnbee & Co., wholesale grocers, of Bridge port. The action was brought to recover damages for alleged misrepresentations made by defendants concerning the valne of stock which they sold to plaintiffs. William B. Hill and Simeon E. Baldwin were counsel for the plaintiffs and Goodwin Stoddard and Henry Stoddard appeared for the defendants. In the ease of the Smith & Egge Manufac turing Co. of Bridgeport vs. The Bridgeport Chain Co., Judge Shipman has passed an or der permitting the company to. amend the bill of complaint. The court also allowed certain of the defendant's exceptions and disallowed others. In the ease of the Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing Co. against the Charles Parker Co. of Meriden, for an alleged infringement of a patent on extension chandeliers, Jndge Shipman has Granted an injunction, restrain ing the def endents from the further use of the invention ana orders an acoounuug. Mitchell &. Hnmrerford appeared for the complainants and 0. B. Ingersol for defend ents. Supreme Court of Errors. The Snprem Court yesterday handed down decisions in the following cases: In the case of Henry F. Hall vs. the Norwalk Fire In surance company the oourt finds no error. In the ease of Samuel B. Johnson vs. Wil liam E. Hlggins, the same decision was reaohed. In the case of James H. Webb ivs. Augustas E. Lines, the Snperior Conrt is ad vised to admit the fee of Augustus Lines. The decision of the Superior Court was sus tained in the case of Edward IT. Fierce vs. Jennie A. Roberts. In the case of the town of Guilford vs. the town of New Haven the Superior Oourt is advised te give judgment for plaintiff. In the case of G. T.Newhall vs. Stephen Usher the court finds no error. The same judgment is given in the case of Hugh Brannan vs. the Western Union Telegraph Co. In the case of the Derby road vs. the Bailroad Commissioners, the Superior Court is advised to give judgment for plaintiff. Oltr Court Criminal Side .fudge Pickett. Breach of the peace John McDermott.con tinned to Jnly 26; John Day against Buth Woodruff. S7 fine. SB. 24 costs. Theft JNellie uevine, none; Margaret Mur phy, $7 fine, $4.35 costs. Industrial complaint Annie Dowd, dis charged; Mary Dowd, continued to Aug. 15; Nellie Devme, continued to auk. lo. Yiolation of Sunday liquor law Bridget Londergen, Richard Barrett, continued to July 28; Mrs. Stephen Faughnan, $50 fine, 416 costs: Miobael Mc Allen, continued to Jnly 28; John Reynolds, $50 fine,$16 costs; James Martin, judgment reserved. court Notes. Bridget Londergen, Richard Barrett, Mrs. Stephen Faughnan, Michael Mc Allen, James Martin and John Reynolds were yesterday charged with keeping their saloons in the lower part of the city open on Sunday. Act ins: Prosecuting Agent Dwight Tuttle prose cuted them. There were two witnesses for ths State, Charles Galpin and Charles Burritt of East Haven, who the defense claimed are employed by the prosecutor in East Haven and on Sundays act as spotters of saloon tenners. Attorney, Charles Hamilton de- fended the Martin case and got the witnesses considerably confused. The defense tried to show the worthlessnecs of Galpin 's testimony by showing up his record. The case was continued. Martin keeps a saloon on East street. Attornev Mansfield defended Reynolds. The latter was fined $50, but he appealed. Mrs. Stephen Faughnan was fined $50. She appealed. The other cases ware continued Tbe Deputy SherlsT. Disappointed. Sheriff Gates and his deputies expected to go on a picnic to the Thimble Islands yester day morning. The sheriff came down from Derby attired in a becoming suit of velvet and a linen duster hanging on bis arm. Bat all were disappointed. Owing to the escape of Lizzie West from the jail the excursion was postponed and the dinner was delayed. At 1 o'clock, however, they left for the islands, and carried out the programme in a very pleasant manner. Down In Norfolk;. In a recent issue the Norfolk (Va.) Land mark has the following to say regarding one of our citizens and business men, who has a large interest in the floral business in Nor folk: Mr. George A. DIokerman,wbo has had the supervision of the Dram Diet on floral compa ny for the past year, arrived here on Tuesday morning on a business trip in regard to the company and to look after its affairs and to promote its general interests. He suggested several improvements and also suggested some in regard to publio grounds and their decoration. .trust be proposes to decorate the ground adjoining tbe poetoffioa and gained the consent of Capaain W. R. Mayo, who has charge of the giounds, to decorate tae space oetween the St. James Hotel and the postoffice. Yester day afternoon he commenced to carry out his plans, and in a very snort space ot time naa the grounds very tastefully and pleasingly laid oat in sixteen beds of various designs, showing what can be done in the way of lawn decorations, and also the use to which some kinds of plants can be put, that are not generally known. The beds consist of stars, diamonds, round beds and other unique de signs, to show the effect oi a few plants in border and to fill a large space and give effect. A bed of Vines roses is very noticeable. The whole reflects great credit on Mr. Dickerman as a florist and show a patriotio feeling and desire to please the public. ills son. W. T. Dickerman, who has so ably filled the place of manager for the past six months and now is in the North, will continue to have the management for the next year. The Brambleton Floral company at their green houses have made great improvements in their grounds, and under the superinten dence of Mr. Bagman has a very fine stock of plants and roses there. Success to the B. F. Co. and Mr. Dickerman. New Hives Prohibition Club. The New Haven Prohibition club will meet at 746 Chapel street this evening at o'olook and hopes to see its members and friends there. Speeches and important bus iness will be on the docket. A Man Case Resulting from a Fall A peculiar development is lately manifest in the case of Charles E. T. Townsend, who had an apparently trivial fall on an icy walk last winter. He slipped and sat down on the ice very heavily. Mr. Townsend lives at 246 Dixwell avenne and' has a grain and feed store on Charles street. He is a son of Chas, T. Towniend, the carriage manufacturer on Charles street, and a nephew of" Assistant City Attorney Dow. He was robust and al ways enjoyed good health before his fall, Some time last March or April Mr. Town- send was taken ill with severe lameness in the side, bat still did not imagine that it was anything serious. A physician was consult ed and the usual course of treatment fol lowed, bnt with no result save that Mr. Townsend continued to grow worse, and now the doctors think that he is doomed to die. The swelling, whioh is nearly a foot long, is considered an abcess by some of tne doctors, while others have held to different opinions, Some think it will head if he can stand it for six months. He it forced to lie in so cramp ed a way that it is feared he will be crippled for life. Haven Memorial Chnreh. To-night ooours the lawn festival and watermelon feast at the Haven Memorial church, on Sperry street. New Lodge Organized. Judith lodge, No. 4, Order B'r'ith Abra ham, of this oity, has surrendered its charter to the Grand lodge and its members have or ganized a lodge of the Order of Benevolent Ladies, nnder the name of Lady Montefiore lodge. Its charter members areJWolf Levy, Isaiah Lambert, Annie Oolctstone, Bessie Onmpertz, Sarah G angel, Jeanette Adler, Gitel Greenspan, Selna Boeenthal, Jennie Lob. - . ' ' ' ' - . What a Unset t X suffered with fever, hot head and foul breath, With stomach disordered wss siok unto death. I bore it a week surely I was a dunce Then I took a few "Pellets" they cured me atonee. What a donee, indeed, to neglect such a remedy and suffer a week, when quick relief oould have been found in Dr. Pierce's Fleas. ant PorgatiT FallaU. NOTORIOUS LIZZIE FLIES. Howhere to bo around The Shoplifter Gets Tired of Living at the Jail and Walks Oat Through the Kitchen Anxiety Felt by the JTall OlBelals Breaks Up an Excursion of Sheriff They Hurry Back to Town. Lizzie West has flown. That was the in formation that grated on the ears of the jail officials yesterday morning. Mrs. West was a notorious shoplifter and was sentenced last spring to a year's imprisonment in the oonnty jail for stealing goods from some dry goods stores. Since being at the jail in April last Mrs. Wtat has been employed in the kitchen. She finally came to the conclusion that she had been in jail long enough, and so laid her laid her plans to escape. On Monday she complained of being ill and was allowed to remain away from her work. When she was called yesterday morning sbe came down stairs dressed in the silk dress which she had on when she was ar rested, but no one noticed this fact. Soon after she had gone. There was a harried search, bat she conld not be found. The officials were in a quandary as to how she had escaped. The kitchen door was open and it was evident that she had gone out this way. Tha offence for whioh she was sent to jail was stealing fifty-eight yards of black silk, valued at $67, from Wilcox & Co.'s store, Chapel street. The police were notified, but sbe wss not found. Captain Beardany immediately after Liz zie's flight was found out harnessed his horse and tried to find a clue. The polios were no tified. Some seem to think she had an ac complice who met her with money and a team and that she is safely away and nnder cover. Others say that she hss not left the city and is secreted here. This is the first escape from tne jail since Captain Beardsley has had charge. Lizzie West's rear name is uszie ii.ean. sne is wanted in several other cities and as she knew that when her sentence was up she would likely be arrested she undoubtedly thought to escape it all. THEE KXCfJRSION SEASON. An Exciting Time at the Dock Tester day Narrow Escapes From Drowning Clan-na-Gaels Of Various Other Exenrslons Yesterday. The annual ezoursion of the Michael Davitt Clan-na-Gael society went to New York and Coney Island yesterday. Crowds filled the dock where lay the steamer Elm City long before the time for the boat to start and sev eral aocidenta occurred whioh might have ended . seriously to some of the excursionists but for prompt aotion by offioials. Among the orowd which stood on the wharf to watch the boat were several boys who began to envy the happy excursionists and thought they might also take a sail free of charge. Officers Higgins, McGrath and McGoverii were on hand, but in suoh a throng the boys eluded search and hid in the boat .till it got away, Another of their crowd, John Cannon of East street, seeing their success leaped to board the boat, missed it and fell into the water. There was intense excitement on the boat and floats were obtained and throws to save the youth, but he swam boldly out and grab bed a spue ana clambered to the dock:, When the first alarm was given the laree crowd upon the hurricane deck rushed to the railing to see what was the matter. This rail immediately gave away with a snap and sev eral were thrown from the deck upon the Kane pianz oeiow. Their efforts to recover ther balance caused them to fall to the right of the plank and nothing stopped their fall to the water. One of the young men named McGushion, em ploye of Sperry & Barnes, in falling struck against a spile and it was feared at first that he was severely injured, but he rose to the surface of the water and, though unable to swim, did his best so paddle about, his head being beneath the water. Tha ludicrous po sition assumed in his efforts to swim turned what appeared to be a tragedy to a comedy ana tne crowd clustered about to watch his antics. A well-dressed young man who seemed to be immensely amused at the floundering creatures in the sea, forgot to guard himself and in an untimely man and jostle ot tbe crowd was poshed off the deck. Every thing available was thrown him and the poor man was soon taken rrom tne water. Hum bers of hats and canes were floating about when the excitement was over and they were collected by Thomas Wilson and taken to the steemer. While the offioials were engaged in the flurry young Cannon was seen to jump aboard the boat and was lost among the 900 or more excursionists. The steamer soon moved off amid the waving of hats and hand kerohiefs. McGushion is eager to be paid for his loss in clothing and jewelry and threatens to bring suit for damages. PAWSOlf PABX. People from the Baptist and Methodist Churches of New Britain, to the number ot 400, came to this-city on a special train of 8 cars yesterday. They sailed to Pawson Pars: on the barge Juno and passed the day in that pleasant way whioh JNew Britain people are suoh masters of. They returned home last evening. OUCK ISLAITD. Nathan Hale Camp, Sons of Veterans, and the Fair iiaven fire department went on the John H. Starin to Glen Island yesterday, Some 600 friends and members of the organ izations enjoyed the day's pleasure and every' thing was conducted in a manner to favor the safety and comfort of the excursionists. The young people entered with zest into the danoing on the boat, going and ooming, and the island dengnted everyone. Thomas' or chestra furnished the music pot iBLaifa. About 300 members of the German M. E. Church of this city went to Pot Island on the Margaret yesterday morning. A most de lightful day was spent among the many re sorts of the island and the sail home was fine as a July day could make it. married, Rebbed and Deserted. Mrs. Frank C. Hart, better known as the widow of the late E. Gilbert Austin of this city, who died from the effects of a fall on the ice in front of the City Hall, has met with misfortune recently. Detectives sre search ing for Frank C. Hart and Edward E. Kelly, who disappeared from Nen York July 11 with $4,400 in cash belonging to Mrs. Hart, It is stated that the two men schemed to get possession of Mrs. Hart's wealth, estimated at upward of $30,000. Up to the present time the husband has received about $8,000 in cash of her money. The fact that Mrs. Hart was left in good ciroum stances ' known to Frank C. Hart, formerly a school teacher in Methuen, and more reoently en. gaged in law practice in Dover, N. H. He was about 83 years old. He succeeded in winning the affections of the woman and married her. Early in the present month he told her that he had arranged with Kelly to open a store in Des Moines, Iowa, and on the 11th Inst., in New York city she gave him $4,400 in cash. Since then, she hss seen nothing of her husband or Kelly, and the last heard of them was that they had gone to Bar Harbor. Probably they are in Can ada by this time. A Des Moines dispatch recounts how Hart and Kelly came there representing thst they had $10,000 or $13,000 and wanted to open a gents' iurnisning goods store and secured lease of a place. They rented a house and furnished it with a oar load of nice furniture which Mrs. Hart brought withher. More furniture was bought in town, which Mrs. Hart paid for. Mrs. Hart was busy July 16 in Des Moines, packing up the furniture preparatory to moving it away. Before leaving for New Haven she deposited several thousand dollar in a Des Moines Bank, which is stui tnere, tne dispatch states. XKIXXT ARRESTED YESTERDAY IK NEW HAMP- Havxrhhx, Mass.. July 24. Edward E. Kelley, whose alleged crooked transactions at ues Moines, lowa, are above spoken of, was arrested at ms lather's bouse in Atkins, N. H., by City Marshal Vose, of Lawrence, to-day. Pleasant Reunion of Chaatauqnans JThe Woolsey oirole, C. L. S. C, organized in 1883 for the purpose of pursuing the courses of reading specified by the parent circles, held a reunion Monday evening at Diebel's pavilion at Savin Bock. Twenty five members, most of whom have faithfully read the four years' oourse and have received their diplomas, engaged Smedley's barge Columbia and after a pleasant ride partook of an excellent supper at the shore. Those present were: Messrs. William F. Dann, William E. Camp, William H. Preston, Arthur Mix, J. E. Northrop, C. A. Morse and Frederiok Bostwiok with their wives, Mr. D. O. Pierce and Mr. Henry Grumman, Mrs. Emmerich and Mrs. Hanna, Misses Sarah Gibson, Oora Dann, Minnie Mead, Lizzie Mason and Ella Smith. Bev. I. M. .Foster and wife accom panied the party. Several members of Woolsey cirole are pursuing graduate oourses of reading. - Piatt's Chlorides is an odorless liquid dis infectant, especially prepared fox household STATE CORRESPONDENCE. North Bares, Jnlv 24 Not very many in attendance at the different churches last Sunday, but at the center people on their way to and from church met blackberry pickers on the way to fields and on their return with well filled baskets. One man hastened home from church to order men and women from a lot near his house gathering berries, which he proposed having for his own use but not to gather them on the Sabbath. " . -1 XT 11 . t Tlii, 1 Mr. Andrew xiuu, oi new ontain, nas been in town some days during the week visiting his cousin, Mr. William Hull. Both seemed to enjoy the dsys spent together. Manv old and young in groups, in couples, and by the single one watched the eclipse of the moon on Sunday evening. All who went to - the aiaa Hock plonio with New Haven and Whitney ville report a very enjoyable day. Last Sunday was tne last aay ior concnou- tions from the Sunday school to the Tribune fresh air fund, bat if any wish to take one or more of the children into their families for a week or more they can do so. One lady hss offered to take a lady and little girl to her home for a time. Dr. Painter of West Haven is in town in attendance on his mother, who is ill at Rev. Mr. Reynolds'. Mr. Israel Cummings of East Berlin, with his family, spent Sunday with friends in town. Last week a party from here spent several days at Morris Cove and came home wishing they conld go right back again. Your cor respondent was not of the number but was remembered by the proprietors of the Mc- Cleve House with a basket of good food from the salt water. Mrs. Polly Linsley, Miss Mary Daniels and Miss Sallie Viles of Boston, left last week for Mrs. Linsley's summer home on Governor's Island. Sonthlngton. July 240. S. Haviland, of the Southing- ton Phoenix, will attend the Conneotiout Judd reunion at Bridgeport Wednesday. The stockholders of the Bouthington uut- lery company hold their annua meeting to day (Tuesday.) "Their sins and iniquities ne will remem ber no more," were the words from which the Bev. Mr. Thompkins of Claremont, N, H., preached an excellent sermon at the Con gregational chnreh here Sunday evening. Tne mrtiora. Dynamo company win oegiu the work at onoe of putting in the plant for the Sonthlngton and Plantsville Tramway company for its electric road and electric lights. The officers and a large number ot tne Eureka lodge No. 75, I. O. O. F., went to Cheshire Monday night to witness the Insti tution of the L. A. .Thomas lodge No. 9. The initiatory degree was worked by Eureka, CSeneral State News. -A BROKEN JAW. W. H. Sauire. of Meriden, took a header from his bioycle on Saturday and is laid np with a broken jaw. CALLED TO NEW YORK STATE. The Bev. Andrew J. Sullivan has received a unanimous call to the Presbyterian chnreh at Pleasantville, JN. x. A MERIDEN ASSIGNMENT. The assignment of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Vocke has been withdrawn from the Probate oourt in Meriden owing to the inability of the assigners to find a trustee. over $2,100. The net profits of the spring meeting of the Charter Oak Park association were a lit tle over $2,100. This is about double the amount of profits a year ago. NOT COMING. The New London firemen have about given np the idea of having a visit from 300 New York firemen at their annual parade which occurs soon, as the New Yorkers cannot come. AN EDITOR'S BRICK BLOCK. Plans for a four-story brick block, whioh Editor C. S. Haviland, of the Southington Phoenix, is to build, are being drawn by Architect Jones, of this city. Mr. H., is.said to be worth $30,000. MANY INJUNCTIONS. Another injunction was served on the Meriden & Waterbury railroad Monday by Waterbury parties. Thus far an injunction has been served on the company for about every mile of road owned by it. MORS YOUNG REPUBLICANS. The Young Republican club of Meriden held a meeting Monday night and was sere naded by the Meriden life and drum corps, Twelve members were received into the club, The drum corps will go with the delegation which tne club will send to tne Host side rat ifioation meeting Friday night. FOR BIGAMY. Amos Howe Carrie was arrested at Dan- bury Monday at the request of Inspector Byrnes for bigamy. He has been living at 58 Beaver street, New York, with Brooklyn Bridge Inspector Crager's wife, with whom he eloped about a month ago. tie will return to New York without requisition. A BLUE LOBSTER. In a fish market at .Norwich, there was shown on Saturday a blue lobster, one of the very few ever seen in that region. One was exhibited at New London several years ago, In this specimen the blue is dark on the back and "light below, and the color in all the shades is said to be very pure and fine, ITVK BOYS PROSTRATED BY LIGHTNING IN PUT NAM. During the severe thnnder shower Sunday afternoon a house belonging to Dr. Miller on Farrows street was struck by a bolt about 5 o'clock. It entered a bedroom in C. D, Sharp's tenement, tearing the olapboardi upon the outside and heating the plaster within. On the east side it entered Miner Miller s tenement between the two windows, and struck a ten foot mirror, blackening the top and breaking a large piece out of the bot tom. It then went through the floor into the cellar, shattering the windows. The rooms and cellar were filled with smoke, and five boys playing in the oellar were all pros trated by the shock, but not hurt. TRUE GRIT COMMEMORATED. In Grace Episcopal church at Redding is a brass tablet displaying a Maltese cross with a musket ball in its center, the significance of which is shown by the following inscrip tion: This bullet wss fired at the Rev. John W. Beach, A. M., while officiating in the anti revolutionary church of this parish, and was found lodged in ths sounding board when that building was taken down and the pres ent edifice was erected. Pausing for a mo ment after the musket report and crash of the projectile, tbe venerable preacher repeat ed these words to tbe alarmed congregation: "Fear not them which kill the body but are not able to kill the soul, but rather fear Him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell." This bullet is preserved here as a relic of his loyalty to the church. THE OATLINO GUN ABROAD PROSPECTS OP THE NEW ENTERPRISE. Mr. Frederic C. Penfield, ex-city editor of the Hartford Courant, arrived in Hartford from Eurbpe Monday evening, having reached New York by the Aarania on Sunday. The following facta are learned by the Courant from Mr. Penfield in relation to the new company, called "The Gatling Gnu, Limit ed." which has purchased the rights and pa tents of the Gatling Gun company of this country: The names of the directors of ths new company have heretofore been pub lished, comprising some of the foremost public men and capitalists in EDgland, with Earl De Gray as chairman of the board. The new company has purchased what is probably the finest small arms plant in En rope,the famous Holdford works at Birming ham, oovering 36 acres of land, freehold. Tbe property belonged to the National Small Arms company, and cost originally $450,000, It has both gun and ammunition works, with a perpetual license for the manufacture of cartridges. The company took a very large contract from Russia, giving bonds for its fulfillment. They failed to fill the contract and were forced into bankruptcy, and the liquidator sold the establishment to the Gatling Gun for -150,000 cash. Work was begun there yesterday on aotoal orders for both Gatling's and amunition. The es tablishment is fitted out with all requisite smallarms machinery, and the essentials for making cartridges, and has a rifle range of Its own. it is capaoie oi wonting s.uou men. J. G. Assise is the constructing engineer in chief, and the superintendent of the ammu nition department is Isaac Bradley, late of Bridgeport, who has a world-wide reputation as an ammunition maker. It is the intention to make Gatling guns, small arms and ammu nition. At the present time official trials of the Gatlings are in progress before govern ment boards in ootn Italy ana ranee. Advice to mothers. Mr j. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for chil dren teething is the prescription of one of tht, best female nurses and physicians in tue United States, and has been used for forty years with never failing success by millions f mothers for their children. During the process of teething its value is incalculable, ft relieves the child from pain, cures dyseni tery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels and wind colic. By giving health to the ebild It rests the mother, race zoo a Dome. a9mwf &wly When I began using Ely's Cream Balm mv catarrh was so bad I had headache the whole time and discharged a large amount of filthy matter. That has almost entirely dis appeared and I have not had headache since. J. H. Sommers, Stephney, Conn. I thank God that you ever invented such a medicine for catarrh. I have suffered for five years so I could not lie down for weeks at a time. Since I have been using Ely's Cream Balm I oan rest. Frank P. Burleigh, Faxmington, N. H. SWIPiTHT HOT WASTED! Even When Thrown Away on a tattle Dog That la Not Much Hurt. LFrom tbe Lewlston Journal. 1 The sum of human kindness is not a total of ciphers. Folks are naturally sympathetic, even when the street is busy and' everybody is on the run. A pet dog with a ribbon about its neck a shaggy, gray little terrier lay yelping piteously upon the pavements of Lisbon street, just after a hack had driven by, and with its cries proclaiming what seem ed to be a mortal injury. The air was fall of its yells. A dozen men flew to its assis tance at the first call, and to this dozen a score were added. Soon the circle about the little creature numbered at least 75. At first nobody seemed to care to touch the dog. Then a boy pioked it np and held it in his arms. Everybody said. "Too bad." A hun dred suggestions were offered. One msn sug gested that the dog be taken to the doctor. A second man felt of the dog's legs and head but announced no decision. All the time the dog looked up and whined so piteously that some of the more sympathetic were almost in tears. A lady on the outskirts said it was a shame. Two or three men wanted to find and get pugilistically acquainted with the hack driver who would run over a dog. By suggestion of a member of the crowd, the dog was placed on the ground. His cries broke out afresh, and he fell limp, and in a banoh apparently powerless to move. He must be taken to a doctor." was the general ver dict. The boy who had been holding the dog was, however, quietly experimenting, strik ing the dog easily. Suddenly the little fel low lifted his head, seeming to gain courage. 'men ne stood op en his hind legs and then quicker than you can say Jack Robinson, he had darted nt throough a space behind a wagon; had whisked around the corner and was away. Some of the crowd laughed and some of them were provoked, but the philos opher said; "Yon are all so much the richer for the sympathy yon have shown in the sorrows ot a pet poodle"' The Homeliest Idan In New Iiaven As well as the handsomest and others are in vitea to call on any druggist and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the throat and lungs, a remedy that is selling entirely upon its merits and is guaranteed to care and relieve an enronio ana acute coughs, asthma, oroncnuis ana consumption. .Price oU cents and $1. f21 d&wlwk When Baby was sick, we gave her f3 ASTORIA, When she was a Child, she cried for C ASTORIA, When she became Miss, she clung to C ASTORIA, When Phe had Children, she gave them C ASTORIA. Money on Call Easy Sterling E: hange Qalet and Steady A Fin Tone In the Stock Market at the Close. New Tors, July 24. Stocks opened active and steady to firm, most of the list being unchanged, with the rest snail frac tions higher. The market was strong from the first and the market moved up rapidly during the first forty-five minutes under a very good demand. and in'.that time Lackawanna and Consolidated2Gas rose one per cent, and others fractional amounts. Reading, New England and Richmond and West Point, however, were barely steady. The market then became quiet, and while the tone remained strong, vry slow progress was made except for a spurt on St. Paul early in the afternoon. Toward delivery hour prices sagged off under free sales. but they recovered In the last hour and the market closed quiet but strong, at or near the best prices. Money on call has been easy, ranging from 1 to last loan at IK, and closing offered at 1H Prime mercantile paper 4&8. Bar silver 91 Sterling exohange is quiet and steady, actual busi ness at for sixty day bills and 4.88 for de mand; posted rates 4-87J4.89X. Government bonds have been dull and steady. Railroad bonds have been quiet, but generally strong. The stock market was quiet in the last hour, but the firm tone reappeared and small fractions were gained over all the list. Mew England and St. Paul were the leading active stocks, but no feature of Impor tance marked tbe dealings and the market finally closed quiet and strong, at close to tbe best prices Closing prices reported over the private wires of BUNNELL & 8CRAKTON. Bankers and Brokers: Bid Asked, Am. Cotton Seed Oil 39K Alcos & TerreiHaute 43 Alton ft Terre Haute Pfd 80 Atlantic & Pacific SU Boston & N. Y. Air Line Pfd 100 Burlington A Qulncy 115U U.C.C.ti 60 Cameron Coal OaaadaBoutnern SI Canadian Iraciflo 57 Oeatral Pacific S0f Chicago A Alton 134 1 Ohio., 8t. Louis A Pitts lz? Ohio.. St. Louis A Pitta Pfd 31 Cin. W. B 2 Ota. W. B. Pfd Colorado Coal 80 i Columbus A Hocking Valley 23 Consolidated Qas 75?j Del. Lack. A Western 1359s Del. A Hudson Canal ...115 Denver A Bio Grande 18 Denver A Bio Grande Pfd 47 EastTenn., Va&Qe 10U East Tenn., Va. A Qa. 1st, Pfd 70 East Tenn., Va. A Ga 2d Pfd as Erie 7 Erie Pfd 8154 Erie Seconds B8 Erie A Western isU Erie and Western preferred 4644 Express Adams 14& i American ios 1 Dnitea States ;s Wells, Fargo 139 1 Houston and Texas . 18H In. Bloom. A W 13 Illinois Central .119 1 Kansas A Texas 14 Lake Shore 9SU Louisville A Nashville eo Manhattan Elevated 88$ Maryland Coal 1U Uictuaan central 8 14 Mil.. L. Shore A Wesiern te Mil.. L. Shore W. Dfd 80 Minn. A at.Louia 4!4 Vino. A St. Louis pfd ,.. 13 Missouri Pas 7BM Mobile A Ohio j? Nashville A Chattanooga 80 Sow Central Coal 11 few Jersev Central 63 New York Central if Hi Nsw Jori A New Enc Hocking Coal A Iron 22W N. T. Susq. A West 9S N. . Susq. A West, pfd 31i N. Y..V. x 6u Louis loM M. T..C X t. Louis Dfd 69U N. Y.. N. H. A HartforJ. an, Norfolk A Western ISU Norfolk West pfd to Northern Pacific 26 Northern Pacific pfd 67U Northwest lll$t 1 NorinwescDrd 14H4 Oil Certificate .'. ....... . 8s Ohio A Mississippi reu Omasa Omaha tfd imlt 1 Oatarlo A Western is 18) Oregon Navigation. .-. S3 94 Orecon Transcontinental 26U 26 Paciflo Mall. . .. gog Mj Peoria. D. and Evaosvilie s 22J Pullman Car Co jes 16H Beading ajw 633 Richmond A West Point . JiwJ 20 Richmond A W. P. pfd 73i 74 Bock Island 107 ion San Francisco sH 815 San Francisco pfd S9& 6M San Francisco 1st pfd 118 llsi Bt. Paul 7254 t St. Paul pfd 1093 10U St. Paul and M iom2 107 Bt. Paul Duluth t7 69 St Paul A Duluth.pfd 99 Texas Pacific $41$ Union Pacific 58 MV Waba,h ,4' Wabash pfd.. 25). Western Union Tel r. 79 Wheeling A Lake Erie. 66 57V Tenn. Coal A Iron ss)J 281 Serenunent bontUoloeed as follow- s, '91 coup :O7tSai07S 4s, 1907, reg. . . 127Val97 4s, 1907, coup. ,...J27HalS7j Currency B, '95 119 Currency 8s, '98 121 Ha Currency 8a. '97 - 54 Oorrency 6a, '88 127 Currency s. '99 . Chlcaco drain and Provision market. The following- shows the closing quotations at 1 P. H. in luioac", as compared with -the same on the two previ-ws days: Closing quotations regular Board, Reported over private wires to BiTnniu. A Scsantom, bankers and brokers, 108 Orange street. New Haven, Conn. July SI, fJuly. I Aug H Sept I Oct.. I Dec Wheal July Aug Sent Corn Oct hy July. Aug Sept Oct. Oats July 13.62 Aug 13.63M Sept. IS. 70 Oct 13.63K July 8.40 Pork Lard Aug 8.42 SeDt. 8.4' Oct a47J ASS I0B THE. No bones over hip to break. Quickly and perfectly adjust ed to the form. Double Bone I Double Steel! Double Seam! WARRANTED. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Sample Implex Corset by mail, post-paid, for ONE DOLLAR. Bortree filfe. Co., Jackson, Mich. July SS.; July 84. eai 8ii4 so 88 88 - JUL5 8014 Wi 79 S2s 81 81 - 47W 46 45 48j 4JH 45ti 45M 44 . :4l2 SH 89K 38$g 35 fj 13.70 13.75 13 70 13.75 13.70J4 13.85 13.65 13.75 8.55 8.62U 14 8.57M 8.824 U 8.622 8-70 8.00 8.63 B. A. Atkinson & Co. LIBERAL HOUSE 827 Washington Street, 827 BOSTON, Having pre-eminently secured New England first-class goods, low prices and square dealing, nothing in f utnnf; "as in the past," shall be left that esteemed patronage to which we are so wen accustomed ana extremely thankful tor. We propose at all times to keep our friends posted on prices, a few of whioh we append to show the progress we are making in arranging and pulling down the price of goods. CHAMBER FURNITURE. A beautiful Black Walnut Chamber Set, consisting of 10 pieces complete, with best Italian Marble Tops. This Set has been in good demand at the moderate price of $50.00; present mark down price," $39.00. A splendid Ash Chamber Set, consisting of 10 pieces complete, in brisk demand all through the spring at $25.00, we are now selling to close out at the unusually low price of 19.00. Also a large variety of Ash Chamber Sets from $15. OO to $50,00, together with over 200 Sample Sets of Chamber Furniture on one of our hall floors for inspection, con sisting of Walnut, Mahogany, Cherry. Oak, Ash, Pine, etc, ranging in price from $10.00 to 9i,uu,vv. PARLOR FURNITURE. A nuuml¢ Parlor Set in Hair Oloth, onr Spring trade and freely sold at $50.00; to close out we shall now sell at $39. OO. Also an immense stock of Parlor Furniture, Odd Chairs, Conches, Divans, etc. We ex hibit on one floor alone over 175 different styles of Parlor Suits, together with 100 different kinds la Easy Chairs, Divans and Conches, covered in Leather, Flush, Brocatelles, Cretons and all the popular coverings. CARPETS. Scotch Three-Ply, extra heavy, to outvie sels or Tapestry All Wool Supernne uarpets, . English Tapestry Brussels, .... Wt have a very laree assortment or tains. Poles and Fixtures, Ranges, Stoves, Crockery, China Ware and General Bouse Furnlsblns Goods, which we are less of cost price. Items of Interest Not to Tbe of Furniture. Enow well the character of the house before you buy. Look well to the quality of the goods in a sunlit room. Make sure the goods are as good as those of B. A. Atkinson & Co. Make sure the prices are the same as those of B. A. Atkinson & Co. Make sure the terms of contract are the same as those of B. A. Atkinson & Co. 1st. 2d. 3d. 4th. 5th. 6th. Never buv anywhere until you have called pay 'fares, deliver goods free and give you, in present, a lovely picture on Ancient Jerusalem. We give you, besides, beat bargains and best goods in the United States. Terms, Cash or Instalments. The name we hold we've won by worth, By worth intend we, too, To make that name e'eu greater still In cheaper goods for you. B. A. ATKINSON & CO. Igitraujctal. Guaranteed Mortgages PAYING 7 PER CENT. NEGOTIATED BT THB Hamilton Loan and Trust Company, (Incorporated.) Paid. Up Capital $100,O0O. Semi-Annual Coupon Bonds running five years. Interest and principal payable at the office of BROWN BROTHERS & CO., N. Y. These bonds are secured by First mortgages on Improved. Western Farms sand other property worth three times amount of loan, and are in amounts varying from $300 to $3,000. This Company assigns the bond and mortgage over to the investor, and as an additional security guarantees interest and principal. For pamphlets and full Information send to, or call on F. W. J. SIZER, let 811 Chapel street. New Haven. DEFY V HI BURGLARY, FIRE, FORGERIES, Bit hiring:a safe in the vault Mercantile SafHepsit Co. Annual rental of safe from FIVE to SIXTY JOL- ARS. Absolute security for Bonds, Stocks, WiJ Bullion. Plate. Jewelry, Precious Stones and evidences of value. Access to vault through the banking room of the BLBCHATUCB- Af& Til Church, corner Center street. Coupon rooms for convenience of patrons. Al Sirsons interested are cordially invited to inspect e company's premises. Open from 9 a. m. to 3 Thohas R. Trowbridos, Prest. 9 rw.rvYR fl Wsrrt. Vice Prest. S5 eod Chas. H. Trowbbidok. Sec and Treaa 8 Per Gent. Mortgages. Security 3 to 5 Fold. These are negotiated through the Kansas Loan and Investment Co., one of the most careful and conservative houses In this business, and have their absolute guarantee In addition to the mortgage se curity. Time one year, (two coupons'), making them very desirable for those seeking temporary investments. Also a good supply of 5 year 7 per cent, bonds in sums to suic JOHN KERLE1, Ofnee, S 1 4 Qori Street INVESTMENT SECURITIES. M shares Air Line Preferred stock. $5,000 Houga tonic S per cent, bonds. fa nno New Haven & Northampton 7 D. ct. bonds. 100 shares New Haven County National bank stock 25 shares Yale National Bank stock. BUNNELL & SCRANT0N, Bankers. 108 Orange Street. VERMILYE & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, Dealers In Investment Securities. o. 16 and 18 Nassau St., KW VOKU (IITV. WESTERN FARM LOANS, FIRST Mortgage security on Improved farms in Kansas, Colorado and Washington Territory, giving a high rate of interest to investors. Clarence E. Thompson, Successor to Samuel O. Thorn, Bowdllch Building, 102 Orange St., p2l Old number 73. JULY INVESTMENTS. FOR SALE, Boston N.Y. Air Lin. RR-pTd, non-taxable Detroit, Hillsdale and S. W. RR., " N. Y., N. H. and H. RR.. N. Y. and N. J. Telephone Co., Housatoaic RR. S's of 1937, " Town of Hartford 4J's of 1879, " N.Y., N.Y. Hartford 4's of 1903, " Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul R. R. S's of 1919. Western Farm and City Loans. Principal and Interest guaranteed by the Lombard Investment Company. W.T. HATCH & SONS, ' BANKERS. MASS. REAL ESTATE CO., Boston, Mass. SAFE HOME INVESTMENT. New England's best Commercial Real Estate for security. More than regular rates of Interest for a dividend For stock and for pamphlets descriptive of its Investments, send to or call on E. F. MERRILL, Boom 2, 817 Chapel Street. Offlee Honrs 2 to 5 p. m. my31 8m Principal and interest both folly guaranteed by Capi tal and Surplus ot al,106.01S. In seventeen years ol basines. w. have loausd all ,494,800, P"" J 6 f XML. interest and principal l 3 nave dmo rexurnea to Investors with out delay or tho loss of a dollar. EealE Flrat Mortgage and Debenture fond, and Savings Certificates always on band "le In Savin. Departments, in unoonU "P; ward ; to tneTtortsagTbepartment. 30O and Ho ward. Full information regarding our Tarious securi ties forniahed by J. B. WA TKIMS LAND M0R TGAGE CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS " ..w Varfc Wam'r. .EERY OICKimaH, 319 Braiswit. Ginger Ale THE celebrated S'Delatour." equal In quality to any of the imported brands, 1 per dozen. KDW. K. HALL & SON, Jul a 770 Cbapsl street. fwAFF INVESTMENTS lifiiA Capital, S7BO.OOO vfoasnan surplus. $355,016 FURNISHERS, MASS. patronage through the worthy medium of we beg to assure the general public that undone on our part to meet a continuance of consisting of "8 pieces, mind." made id for or at least compete favorably with best Bros 8C, regular price $1.25. . 50c, regular price $1.00. 48c, regular price $1.00. Window Shades, Lace and Drapery Cur determined to reduce in stock, regard Overlooked in the Purchase to 827 Washington street. We Mtoxf&s, vmQts, Sec. EVERYTHING COMPLETE FOR HOUSEKEEPING AT P. J. KELLY & CO.'S. Kitchen Furniture, Parlor Furniture, Bedroom Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloth., Window Shade., Bedding, dec., Ace. STOVES AND RANGES. 1 AivMt varietv to select from at tbe lowest prices, Ooods can be paid for on weekly or monthly pay nts without extra cnarge. 818, 830, 831, 833, 833 and 834 GRAND AVENUE. FIRST CLASS PLUMBING & GAS FITTING J. H. Buckley, 179 Church St F. A. CARLTON, Plumbing, Steam and Gasfitting Jobbers Promptly Attended To. OFFICE ISO George, cor. Temple St. STEAM HEATINQ BUILDING. tW ESTIMATES GIVEN. d THATCHER'S Burning Furnace. Incomparably the Best. These furnaces never fall to give entire satlsfac- lon. They are self cleaning, gas tight and antl clinker, moat durable, economical and safe. Plumbing, Gas and Steam Fitting Tin Roofing, &c. Estlmatestfurnished to Builders. Stoves, Bange.land all kinds of Kitch en Furnishing. . JOHNR. GARLOCK, 217 State Street, near Crown. seaatf ALASKA Kefrigerators. ALSO A LARGE VARIETY OF Oilier Makes at Low Prices. G. W. HAZEL & CO., my25tf 1 1 akp 1 3 CHURCH STREET. WELLS & GUNDE, Watchmakers and Jewelers, 788 Chapel Street. SOLID SILTEB AND SILVER PLATED WAKE. Store Closed Evenings at 6:30, Monday and Saturday excepted. BARGAINS AT STREETER S .748 Chapel st Havincr an immense stock on hand that must be reduced to mage room ror contemplated coanges this fall. I offer my entire stock ot Diamonds, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. AT NEARLY COST. Silver Plated Ware. Must all be sold and will be offered AT COST to cloee them out. 1 SPECTACLES and EYEGLASSES to suit all eyes. Repairing; Watches, Clock, and Jew elry a specialty. Please give me a call. GEORGE L. STREETER. jel6 T48 Chapel Street. . HOUSE KBBPINIx j c i Superior to any Lmponeci sC3! ' '. IIdeonlybY 4?T RK-FairbankStCo. - vAs . t"-; CHICflGP& 2-18 Produce Exchanj NoiT 776 Oliapel Street, 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 tbe Po.tofflce.) Office so arranged that patients see no one bu the doctor. Who has practiced medicine in this city since 1RR4 can be consulted at his office. Dr. Lyon's success in the treatment of all dip eases has been marvelous and hln 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 remedial from the vegetable kingdom only, and withval liable roots, barks and herbs is prepared to CUBS the most stubborn and wtracthre disease. Con sumption, that bane of our eastern climate, which causes so many to succumb to its ruthless power, 1 CUBED by Dr. Lyon, as many testimonials from unimpeachable witnesses attest. Dyspepsia, the national scourge, which dooms thousands to tor 3 cure and misery, is routed and annihilated by a rem edy discovered by the doctor. 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 rare, are radically and permanently cured in a surprisingly short time ty 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 ladles suffering from any diseases incidental to their sex will find in Dr. Lyon a true friend an skilled physician and one who Is competent to treat all those diseases and effect 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 veneres diseases: Dr. Lyon will prove to yon that he CAN and WILL CUBE YOU. Hundreds of advertise ments appear In papers with statements of marvel ous cures which tkkpt many to send fob son worthless HKDicOTs which not only ran. or at. FORDING THS RKTJKV DESIRED, but also BUIN THE 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 rr gret it. He hassuccessfully treated more cases of Speruia torhcea. Seminal Weakness and all Diseases of the Generative Organs than any other physician living and his experience and Bkill avail in every lnstanc In restoring the sufferer to sound health andsplrH 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. AHIIetters sent to the Doctor will be confldentia ly attended to, and In NO CASE shall conflden be abused. Write, If you do not call In person describing your symptoms and duration of the 'd is ease, 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. ra. tc 9 p. m. Open Sundav evenings. DR. J. L. LYON, NEW HAVEN, CONN We are Advertising This Week are Very Fine in Quality, Curacoa Kid Button Boots, I ongola nmsli, $3.50. Fine Kid Patent Tip Wau- kenphast Button Boots, $5.00. Hand-Sewed Welt Button Boots, $3.85. Curacoa Kid Button Boots, $3.00. We have still left about six dozen of those French Kid Boots, at the low price ot $3.95. 854 Chapel Street. WEAK AUYICS FBES I HOW TO ACT ' .pM Mir A Lost Yigor and Manhood Restored. Pr . cr aj Lost vigor and Mannood Restore.. Pro mjUib matar. Decline and Functional disordem ltaJTl.ApiiMd lethntit fttnmnch MeritoiuM. U..W StroI.8 I Treatise sent free upon application. Anaiun GUi, i rara riaee, flew sera. oaampagne Baskets. LOT cheap. We want the room. , P9 HALT. BON, 77Q Chapel gtree THE IE MM yogs Mexican Hammock, 1.50 Screen Doors, all sizes, - l.SO Window Screens, adjustable, .SO Lawn Mowers, 7.50 50 fl. Rubber Hose, Pipe, etc., 3.69 Children's Carriages Reduced. D. T. MALLETT, Hardware Store, ITew JSCaven, Starln's New Haven Transport tion I.ine. Every Day Except Saturday. jS, Leave New Haven, from Btarin'r sK-JSZCDock. at 10:15 o'clock D. m. Thf JOHN H. 8TABIN, Captain McAligter, every Bui day, Tuesday and Thursday. Tbe ERAS Ct CORNING, Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Keturnlng, leave New York. rrom tfer 10, loot or uouruana street, at v p. m. the Starin every Monday, Wednesday and Friday tha flnrnin everv Sundav. Tuesdav and Thuradav The only Sunday night boat from New York. ITare, with 1a Jiia cabin, 75c; stateroom $1. Kx cursion tickets tl.25. Free Stage leaves me depot on arrival or nan ford train, and from corner Church and Chane 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, Feck A Bishop 702 Chapel street, and at the Tontine H.tel. j. m. i.xmn-Liii, Agent, mySl New Haven. Conn. NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT CO Bally for New York Fare T5e, Incln ins bertM Excursion Ticket, (goodt days) $1. as. Steamer C.H.NOBTHAM, Capt. F.J. Peck, leaves NewHaven 12 o'clock p.m., Sunday excepted. State rooms sold at Feck A Bishop's, and at Klock'sDrng Store. Steamer CONTINENTAL Capt. Stevens, leaves New Haven at 16:15 a. m. Sundays excepted. From New York The C. H. NOBTHAM leaver Feck 81ip at 3 p. m., and the CONTINENTAL at 11 p. m., Sundays excepteo. Saturday IS o'clock mid night. Sunday, ELM CITY at 11 p. m. Sundav Boat ror N. York Steamer ELM CITY Capt. Bishop, at 10:15 a. m. and NEW HAVEN Capt. Brown, at 10:30 p. m. Staterooms sold at the Elliott House. Free stage from Ins. Building at 9 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage checked thro' to Philadelphia (via both routes), Baltimore and Washington. JAMES H. WABD, Agent. ANCHOR LINE. Atlantic Express Service. LIVERPOOL via QUEENSTOWN Steamship "CITY OF BOME" from New York Wednesday, Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 3, Oct. 31. Largest and finest passenger steamer afloat. Cabin $60, $80 and $100; Second-class, $30. GLASGOW SERVICE. Steamera every Saturday from New York to GLASGOW tmd LONDONDERRY Cabin passage to Glasgow, Londonderry. Liver pool or Belfast, $50 and 860; second-class. $30. Steerage, outward or prepaid, either service, $20. Saloon Excursion Tickets at reduced rates. Travelers' 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 Brother., New York, or BUNNELL & SCRAN TON, 78 Orange street, WM FITZPA TRICK. 763 Grand avenue. New Haven. ap7 6m NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN AND HARTFORD R. R. JTnly 22, 188S. Trains Liavs New Haven as Follows: For New York 3:50, 4:30 (dally excer Monday), 4:50, 6:15, 7:00, 7:30, 8:10, 8:30, 9:35, 10:40, ll:50a.m.. 1:S0. 1:35. 2:S0. .3:50, 4:00, 5:00. 5:30 (S6uth Norwalk accommodation), 6:50, '6:00, '7:05, (6:30 and 8:15 way to Bridgeport) 8:08, 9:05, 9:10 p.m. Sundays S:5C 4:20, 4:50, 8:00 a. m., 5:00, 6:90, 7:05, 7:30, 8:(0 p. m. Waihlnzton Nlsrnt Express via Harlem River Leaves at '11:50 p. m. daily; steps at Mll ford, Bridgeport, South Norwalk, Stamford. ' For Boston via Springfield 1:16. 6:53, 8:00, 11:05, 11:20 a. m., 1:16, 3:10, 5:55 p. ra. Sundays 1:16 night, '5:56 p. m. For Boston via New London and Providence 1:55 a. m. Fast expresses (12:05, 3:05 and 6:55 p. m.) Sundays 1:55 a. m. For Boston via Hartford and New York an New England R. R. 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 5:00 p.m. For meriden, Hartford, Spi-lna-neld, 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. (White Mountain express), 12:05 (stopping at Ber lin and Hartford), 12:10, 1:16,3:10,5:02 (6:05 to Hartford). 5:55, 8:15, 10:C5 p.m Sundays 1:16 night, 5:55 p. m. Shobs Jjira Division. For New London, Etc. .1:55 night, 7. CO, 7:10, 10:45 a. m. , 12:05, 1 :30 ,'Saybrook acc.), 3:05, 6:15. 6:20 (Lyme acc.), 6:55, 9:00 p.m. (Guilford accommodation). Sundays I:55 night. Am Ljrx DrvTsioK. For iniddletown. Wllllmantlc, Etc. Leave New Haven for all stations at 8:05 a. m, 1:26 5:00, 6:16 p. m. Sundays 5:00 p. m. Connect at Middletown with Connecticut Valley B. R., and at Willimantic with N. Y. and N. E. and N. L. and N. R. R. at Turnersville with Colchester Branch. Trains arrive in New Haven at 8:00 a. m, 1:22. 6:58,8:53 p.m. Nauoatttck Division. Train. leave New Haven, via the New Haven and Derby B. B., connecting with this division: For Wlnstedand way stations at 7:20 and 9:55 a: m., 2:35, and 5:35 p. m. For Waterbury and way stations at 7:55 p. m. 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. n. All the above trains connect with trains on Wa tertown Branch. Northampton Division. For North Adams, Turner's Falls William. bure, Holyoke and )New Hartford and intermediate stations, trains leave New Haven at 7:45 a. m. and l:0i p. m. For ' WlIllamsbnrsn, Northampton. and points thlp side, at 11:04 and 6:15 p. m. From IVllIlamabarsr 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 1:23 and 8:5Fp. m. For Saratoga, at 7:45 a. m., arriving at 8:15 p. m. Train leaving New Haven at 11:04 a. m. has THROUGH PARLOR CAR aDd arrives at Saratoga at 5:35 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. M. 8HXPARD, C. T. HEMP8TEAD, General Sup't. Gen. Pass. Agent. Express Trains. tLoeal Express. New Haven and Derby Railroad. Train Arrangement commencing Sunday,- July 8, 1688. LEAVE NEW HAVEN At 1:20 and 9:65 a.m..l:00,2:S5,5:35,7:S5 and ll:15p.n LEA YE ANBONIA At 8:49, 9:16 and 11:42 a. jl. 12:50,3:25. 6:10,6:51, 8:i0 and 12:15 o. . Sunday trains leave Hew 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 Ansonia with passenger trains of the Naugatnck railroad, and at New Haves with the trains of N.Y.. N.H. A H. R. K. j J. P. HOPSON, Sup't. New Haven. July 8, 18S8 REMOVED. Everything is now in Working Order S At our New Store, 8, 10, 12 Church street. We respectfully invite everybody to call and in spect one of the most complete Furniture Ware houses in the State and at the same to examine one of the finest stocks of Parlor Salts, Chamber Salts, Ballet., Carpets, etc., IN THIS COUNTRY. Good work by practical workmen, at low prices, is what we guarantee to our customers. Having increased facilities we can assure tbe pub lic that our reputation for prompt delivery ot goods will be kept at high water mark. Stahl & Hegel, .From 6 to 14 Church Street, mylitf NEW HAVEN. CONN. R. G. RUSSELL., Architect, 833 Chapel street, np stairs.