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Saturday, July 28, 188.
VOL. LVI. . miff Absolutely Pure. tltto wvwder mnttp mint A mtfvd nf narltr..ntrni and who leoi . vo ueaa. More economic tban tb ordl narr kinds, and carrcot be sold In couipvtiUoa with tb muftlt'.ute of low tfii. short weight, alum or phosphate puwuura. oam otuy m cans. llOYAL KAKfNO POWDS QO.. IteTOall Bt.. V. Y. "I, mark r Oo Oercsiry r flo Pobsh; Or any other Mineral Poison. It Is Nature Remedy, mad exofaslTly from Boots and Herbs. It Is psrf ectly Hasmless. It Is th only remedy known to the world that has ever yet Cured oontagioua Blood Poison in all it stages. It enres Mercurial Rheumatism, Canesra Scrofula, and other blood diseases heretofore considered incurable. It cures any disease caused from impure blood. It is now pre scribed by thousand of the. best physicians In the United States, as a ton la We append the statement of a few : I bare used S. 8. s. on patients convalese fag from fever and from measles with tarn beat results. J. N. Cheney, M. d., tllarlUa Ga." BaxMBir, Ga. Willi White was afflicted with scrofula seven ypars, I prescribed 8. S. B.. and to-day he is a fat and robust boy. C. W. I'auksii, U. D. Richmond, Ya. Dec. IS, 1885. I have taken three bottles of Swift's Specific for secondary blood poison. It acts much better than pot ash or any other rctnrdv I have ever used. U. p. Wis field, M. D.p Formerly of Sussex Co., Va. Vil. E. J. Hale, the well-known druggist' and physician, of Nashville, Howard County, Ark., writes : ''Having some knowledge as to what S. & S. is composed Of, I can safely recommend It as the remedy for all skin dis eases, it matters not what the name zssff be." We have a book giving a history of tills wonderful remedy, and Its cures, from ail over the world, which win convince you that all we say is true, and which no will mall free on application. No family should be without It. We have another on Contagious Blood Poison, sent en samo terms. Write us a history of your case, and our physician will advise with you by letter, m Strictest confidence.. We will not docelva you knowingly. .' Xow sale by all druggists. Thb Swift Bpecxtto Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta. Gsw Kew York, 75 Broadway, london. in, 3& Snow Bill. TheHi$hestCommercial Integrity which will not permit the substitution of Inferior drugs in the preparation of a medicine for - the re lief of suffering humanity, should always be (he incentive of the manufacturer. That this is the principle which animates the proprietors of Baiter's Great American Specific Is proven by its effectiveness as a destroyer of all external and internal pains. The most powerful specifics of the best quality, combined In proper proportion, hove produced a sure remedy for Rher mat ism. Neuralgia, Sciatica, and Pleurisy. A safe and effectual cure for Coughs, Colds, Cramps, S Colics and Cholera Morbus, and a faithful healer of Burns, Bruissw, Sprains and Scalds. Skill and knowledge have combined a medicine, which, nev er failing, is supplied in large bottles at 50 cents, and its name is Batter's Great American Specific Can be had of all dealers In medicines. Prepared only bv Maurice. Baker & Co, Portland, Maine. DoolUtle & Smith, 24 and S6 Tremont street, Boston Mass., Selling Agents. CLAIRVOYANT. DR. MARY J. WRIGHT. "CONSULTATIONS on business, lawsuits mud - marriage, $1. Examinations of health free. Tontine Hotel, Room 46. Hours 9 to 18, ii to 5. 7 to 9. my5 Dr. J. W. Cummlng, ELECTRO-Therapeutic physician. Electricity when properly applied has all the elements necessary to cure acute, nervous and chronio dis- ELECTRICITT Cores Rheumatism and Spinal Complaints. ELECTRICITT Cures Bronchitis, Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. ELECTRICITY Cures B right's Disease and Kidney Diseases gener ally. Also all Uterine Diseases. ELECTRICITY . Cures Lung and Throat Complaints. ' Do not fall to visit Dr. Cummings and make use of this potent ' remedy. No. 4 Cnnren Street. Mrs. E. R. Jones, DENTIST, 746 Chapel, cor. State Street. Over Brooks t Co.'s Hat and Fcr Store. OFFICE .HOURS 1 A. St. to S P. A FRIGHTFUL SKIN DISEASE. Snfferlne Intense Head Nearly Haw- Body Covered with. Sores -Cared by The Cntlcora Kennedies. . Messrs. Stevens at Bruner. Monroe. N. C. : Dear Sirs About two months ago, on your.rt commendation, I bought a bottle of Cuticura Re solvent, one dox uuticura saive ana one case or Cuticura Soap for my son, aged thirteen years, who has been afflicted with eczema for a long time. and I am pleased to cay that I believe the remedies have cured him. His sufferings were intense, his head being nearly raw, his ears being gone except me grisne, ana ms way was covered wirn sores. His condition was frightful to behold. The sores have now all disappeared, his skin is healthy, eyes bright, ch?rf ul in disposition, and la working ev ery day. My neighbors are witnesses to tuts re markable cure and the doubting ones are requested to can or write uiv, or any ui my neignoor.. WM. S. STEPHENSON. Winchester P. O., Union Co., II. C. Mokkoi, N. C, Oct. 29. 1887. she Potter Drug and Chemical Co. : Gentlemen Mr. Wm. 8. Stephenson.' of this county, Drougnt ms son to town to-aay to let us see him and to show us what Cuticura Remedies had done for him. This is the case referred to in our letter to vou some time ago. To look at the bov now one would suppose that there had never been anything the matter with him seems to be in per fect health. We have written and herewith inclose what hij father has to say about the matter wrote it just as ne atctatea. we are selling Quite a auantitr of. Cuticura Rem edies and hear nothing but praises for them. We regard tne cuticura Kemeaiee tne best in trie mar- xet ana snail ao an we can to promote tneir sate. Tours truly. . STEVES S at BBUNER. Druggists and Pharmacists. Cuticura, the great skin cure, and Cntleura Soap prepared from ir, externally, and Cuticura Resol vent, the new blood purifier. Internally, area posi tive cure for every form of skin and blood disease from pimples to scrofula. PIM PLES. blackheads, red, rough, chapped and oiiy SKin preventea Dy uuueura rjoap. Sold everywhere. Price: Cuticura. 60c.: Soap. 5c. ; Resolvent, 91. Prepared by the Porna Daua and Chemical Co. Boston, Mass. - - - . t9Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases" 64 pages, SO illustrations, and 100 testimonials. - Woalr Dainful Rarlre iX iioar4t i umiui uiuiu. I Kidney and uterine Pains and Weaknesses 1 relieved in one minute by the CUTICURA ANTI-PAIN PLASTER, the first and only pain aiuiBg piaster, new, instantaneous. lnraiiioie. xo cente. jmo wgaawwr ELY;s CataphH CRM Dkim 1 .1 Cleanses the Nasal Passages, Allays -Pain and Inflamma tion, Heals the Sores. Restores the Senses off X a s t e and TRY THE CURE.IiAYEVR A particle Is applied into each nostril and is agmauie. rrice dm cents at uruggistsj: Dy man renwnmi, ou cenLs. cli Jtmuu., 00 warren til. Hew York. nl6eodw WELLS & GUNDE,t Watchmakers and Jewelers, 788 Chapel Street. SOLID SILTEB ; . AND SILTEB PLATED WJLBE. Store Closed XSrenlnffs at 6:30, Monday and rttuay sxoepted. , v. raw 7 . s f( A RELIC OF THE1AST CBNTCKT, An. Old Aacouat Boo kPrlecai Before the Hevolutien An Interestlnc vet eran. tii. George E. Hay den , of 24 Shelton street, is the possessor of an old account book in which some Guilford Bartletts kept their accounts from 1721 to 1780. The older ao- connta are those of one John Bartlett, the latter of Hooker Bartlett. For so old a book it is remarkably well preserved, although the fingers of time have left no uncertain trace upen It. Its paper is yellow with age the Ink upon its leaves faded. It was a well built book, bound with a heavy leather thong need as a thread, and sometime ia its career it boasted of clasps, bat they are no longer. Its contents comprise the ordinary accounts of a fanner and laborer in pre-rero-lationary times. The early years, those in which the hook was kept, with a more me thodical arrangement, show the accounts ot a blacksmith, the latter years those evidently of a farmer. " An examination of its pages proves most interesting, but it may be doubted if any detailed statement oi its con tents would ' be of interest to the ceneral reader. - A "few examples has tily . gleaned at random will suffice to show the interest and historical value per taining to this relic of colonial and revolu tionary days. In 176U a barrel of cider cost five shillings and a bushel of wheat six. In 1721, among the blacksmith charges, are sev eral "for shewing horse" one shilling, for making a link of chain eight pence. The ao- oounia for 1733 snow that butter was tnen worth one shilling a pound, and those for 1720 mat a day's work Drought tour snu lings, while - a yard and a quarter of blaok silk cost eleven shillings, three pence or al most four days' work. A charge of eight pence for cutting a load of wood is noticeable as a charge In 1743 against one id til "for my mare to David swardsweden" B shillings. In 1768 Andrew Farmelee was charged "for Parsturinsr Cows" 1 pound 10 shillings. - pound "of tobaoo" in 1743 cost the account ant 2 shillings and a "peeck of turnops" 1 shilling. Four bushels of potatoes brought in 1786 6 shillings, and in Jane, 1760, a debtor was charged 5 shillings for the use of a horse to go to "Seabrook." The law came aoross the peaceful path of the old Guilford oitizen as evidenced by two heavy charges for law expenses, one incurred at Durham and the other at New Haven. The price of labor four years before the event of Lexington and Concord thrilled the conn try Is evidenced by these two charges, dsted 1771: "To one day's work at thatohlng. 2a, 6d. "To a day's work of raking hay by Nat (evidently a son), Is. Sid." Traveling was somewhat expensive in those days, as Witnessed by the items: "Expended agoing to Stratford in cash, 19a., as well as consid erable time which was valuable, and "cash spent agoing to New Haven, Jan. 10, 1750, 4s. 8d. There are several notes, bonds and tne like in tne old book, while memoranda are scattered through it, two of the latter, the one immediately following the other, are as follows: February ye 23. 1752 Then I drove my creatures to the farm. April ye 3 Then I brought them awaye. Bat examples enough have been cited. A most pleasing hour may be spent with these old aoconnta, and as indications of prices in the colonial-period they are invaluable. The nook may justly be prized by Its owner. Hew Haven orphan Asylam. Donations to the New Haven orphan asy lum from June 28 to July 26, 1888: Annual subscriptions Mrs.Theron Ives SI CoUeoted by Miss Dotha Bushnell 220. Mrs. C. P. Wurts $5, Mrs. Wm. B. Bristol, Miss Hi. xoicoll, Mrs. t. U. tsishop. Miss u. Win chester, Miss Elizabeth Bradley, each $2; Mrs. Aitred Biackman, Mrs. U. White, Mrs. W. D. Whitney, Mrs. C. A. Lindsley, Miss unapiain, each $1. collected by lira. Champion S4 Mrs. Levi Gilbert $2, Miss E. B. Gilbert, Mrs. E. Ar nold. Si each. Donations le wis Fitch f 10. cash 1 10: dis count on oius, tne xreat x snepard uo.,fU: William M. Bussell $5; Robert Yeitch & Son X4.Z1, William It Ford, medicines for the month; Mrs. Avery, a croquet set; Friend E. Brooks, four new straw hats; Charles S. Leete & Co., one roll of Mead's Plasters; Mrs. S. L. Wells, three pairs stockings; S. S Thempson & Co., a large quantity of dough nuts; Mrs. Scranton, Mrs. C. T. Candee, each a quantity of frosted cake for nursery chil dren; friends, carpet rags. Visiting committee for August Mrs. Ar- tnur w. wright, 73 Xork Square; Hiss H. W. Chaplain, 259 Church street. Eliza K. Twirtho, Recording Secretary. Be Chary. "Be chary in giving advice; if it proves good it will be forgotten; if it proves bad it will never be forgotten." An old banker (says a New Havener) made the remark that in the latter years he was banking he had the above motto above his desk, to which he pointed when his advice was asked. It would be well for youug bankers and others to pin np the above motto in their counting Bameeanathle IKesUeal Society. The New Haven Homoaopathlo' Medical society held its monthly meeting at Dr. O. B. Adams' omoe and residence Thursday evening, July 26, 1883. A good number of physicians were present and a very interest ing and well written paper was presented by Dr. F. B. Kellogg upon the subject of sur gery in connection with eocain as a local an esthetic. A profitable debate followed, in which all moie or less participated, after which the meeting adjourned to meet the last Thursday evening of August at the ( office of Dr. Talmage, 8 Park street. Missionary Bone Service Haven Memorial church, Spring street, July 29, 1888, at 8 p. m. Bev. Jacob Stroyes, formerly of South Carolina, will preach. Programme 7:45 p. m. Opening cherus Stand Up for Jesus Watchman Tell Vs ot the Night. ResDonsive readine. Psalm 2. Singing Tell It Again nntiuiuuvv rottuuic, a ugnnuuus, id caap. Chorus In the Sacred of His Presence Missionary address ,...Bev. J. 8 trover Anthem , I Was U lad Singing ..Seekiag for Me Offerings. Solo and chorus The World Is Growing Better Meet lie There. ' Keabllean Registrars Appolntea. Republican Town Begistrar E. F. Merrill has Just appointed the following to serve as "assistant registrars" of the several - voting distriota of the town of New Haven: First voting district, John W. Lane; second, James Bishop; third, George K. Bill; fourth, George L. Ives; fifth, Augustus G. Snell; sixttt.John Biomham; seventh, Robert E. Baldwin; eighth, E. F. Merrill; ninth, William H. Bonton; tenth, Kollln J. Bunce; eleventh, Edgar A. Johnson; twelfth, Luzerne F. Barnes; thirteenth, David O. Monsoo; four teenth, Frederick B. Tnttle; fifteenth, Wil liam A. Woodward. , BIBI.K STtTDBNTS INVITED. A RIdel of the Jewish Tabernacle. The adult Bible class which meets at soon in the lecture room of the Church of the Re deemer will set up a model of the Jewish tab ernacle. The ladies have spent much time in getting the material together and considerable expense taken to make it exact. Bible stu dents and strangers in the eity are invited. Mr. J. B. Underwood will have charge of the meeting as usual. TS1K CO OKI" BECOBD. Coart or Common Plena Civil Side Jaais Bradstreet. The trial of the suit of Fannie Beaton vs. Deacon John E. Starr of Guilford was re sumed yesterday morning. Many Guilford people were present. Evidenoe for the de fense was given. Captain R. L.. Fowler tes tified that he had seen . Miss Benton out rid ing with Alex. St. ( Marc, the French Cana dian who lived in the Benton house, and whom the defense says is the father of Fan nie's child. Miss Benton testified on Thurs day aae had only been to Jride a few times with Alex, and except on one occasion when she took a ride with him on drum corps day. Upon this point she was severely cross-examined by Jnge Stoddard, but he was nnable to shake any of ! her statements. She gave dates and events with remarkable rapidity and stuck to them afterwards with a degree of correctness that wan simply marvelous. The defense yesterday put in evidence to shake the, story of the young lady and at the same time to inferentiaUr shift the paternity of the child from old Deacon Starr to the young and frolicsome Frenchman. To the series of questions as to when and how often Alex, and Miss Benton were seen together the counsel for the plaintiff objected in the most strenuous" terms upon she ground that it was immaterial and did not tend to excul pate the old deacon. Judge Stoddard eon tended that it did. and tne questions were ruled in, Messrs. Zacher and Arvine taking exceptions. Ulohard u. Wilcox, the proooaopper, testi fied that Miss Benton used to come after Alex in carriage when he worked in- the forest. George W. Benton, Edward B-. May nard, Martin Cary, Miss Georgians Stark, Frederick Chapman and Deacon Edward H. Davis all testified that they had frequently seen Miss Benton and St. Mare out riding to gether. This evidence was introduced to lay the blame of the girl's condition on to St. Mare. Jast before court closed Deacon Starr was called to the stand.. He denied that he had ever said an improper word to the girl, al though he had been with her quite frequent ly. On November 3, 1887, he went to the gill's house as he had heard that' ahe was in trouble. "Mr. Benton said to me, 'Does that girl look as she did a year ago! 1 said no. 'Then somebody has got to settle for that,' Mr. Benton said. I replied that I did not see what the town had to do with that. 'Fannie said, 'Yon are responsible for this.' I was greatly sur prised and asked what she meant. Benton again said that I would have to settle. I said that I should not, as it would acknowl edge that I was guilty. I told them I would never pay anything if it cost me a thonsand dollars. " - i "I turned to Fannie and asked her how she could charge an innocent man with such a thing. You know, I know, and God knows that there is not a word ef truth in it, 1 said. Benton then replied that if I didn't settle he would have me sent to State prison. I asked them what they wanted- to try to blackmail one who had always been their f riead. I turned and inquired of Fannie when and. where it had happened.' . She re plied that I would find oat some day. I didn't know anything against her, and did not know but what she wss as virtuous a girl as any in Guilford. I told her that I thought she must.be crazy to make such a charge agalnatme. i "On November 18 1 met Mr. Benton. He again wanted to knewf I was going to set tle. I told him that I would not talk to him, as my friends had advised me not to." Ex-Judge Stoddard, counsel for the de fendantIt ia said that you gave Fannie presents. Will you explain about them! : "One day Fannie and her mother ware on the other side of the street when I crossed over and spoke to them. Fannie went ahead and I walked with Mrs. Benton. She told me that she was going to the doctors with Fannie, and she said that Charles (meaning Mr. Benton) would not give her any money. I then took a dollar out of .my pocket and gave it to Fannie, telling her to do what she pleased with it, but not to let her father know that I gavelit to her. As regards the fifty cents which I gave her, it was in pay ment for some huckleberries which my wife had told me to pay her for. The toilet box I gave to Fnnnie as a Christmas present." Mr. Starr-was not cross-examined yester day as the honr was too late. Court was ad journed nntil Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. Attorney Charles Kleiner represented the plaintiffs' counsel yesterday afternoon. City Conrt Criminal Side jradge Pickett. Breach of the peace John J. Scully against James E. McDermott, $10 fine and $7.06 costs; Sophie Enrtzenmacker against Mrs. Hattie and Miss Lizzie Bartholin, $7 fine and $7.06 costs. Conrt Notes. J. B. Foote, trustee of the estate of John Thompson of East Haven, deceased, returned his account to the Probate court yesterday and resigned his trusteeship. Mr. Morris, of Morris Cove, succeeds him. A Taller Shoe Attached. Constable Pond has attached P.H. Bohan's tailor shop for $75 at the instanoe of Carl Hildebrndt, his cutter, who claims that amount for services. A keeper is in charge. CAN'T ST Aft O FREE TH1BK. Aeont Prominent Democratic RIana. factnrera and Other Democrats ffhe Have Come Oat For Harrison and IHerten. To the Editor of the Jocaxu. and Courier: I notice in your daily paper aooounts of A, B and C, prominent Demooratio business men, in face manufacturers, that are to change their politics this fall and vote for Harrison and protection. Now the publioity of the names of such men has great -weight and influence and it all helps our side. Now I personally know of an old-time Democrat and a firm one too till now, and that is R. A. Neal of SouthiDgton, president of the Peck, Stow & Wiloox Company there. If you don't ohance to interview him on the subject please publish him witb'the others, as a man of 65 summers and an old-time Democrat who cannot go their ticket this fall, bat will go strong for Harrison and protection. I am a Republican and think it is the.-duty of all to do all we can and the publicity of such prominent men has great weight. A Sxcond Ward Republican. aoat an Bye sty the Accidental Dis charge or a Plslel. . Bridgeport, Conn., July 27. Wilbur H. Morgan, of Wilton, Conn., was brought to the Bridgeport hospital yesterday suffering with a painful wound in the right eye. He was engaged in loading a pistol yesterday when the weapon was accidentally discharg ed. The shell of the cartridge struck him lb the eye destroying the sight. The injured eye was removed to-day by Dr. Wilson. FAIH HAVER, Personal Rotes and Qeaalp The Annex ChnrehAee,aIrea Here Property Cen eral Items. - Mr. and Mrs. Horace Rogers of Norwich, who have been visiting J. A. Thorpe of Ex change street, have returned home. Rev. Dr. Hart of the First church will go to the White Mountains next week to spend some little time. His wife and daughter May will accompany him. Mr. Edwin Barnes of Clinton avenue has been ill for a long time. He is now rapidly failing, as his many friends will be sorry to learn. E. S. Wade, of Fair Haven, attended the commercial travelers' tenth annual summer meeting at Branford Point yesterday. The Adams express office is onoe more le- oatea on in art h. Tont street. Edmund Otis Hovey, assistant principal of the Waterbury High school, Is spending bis vacation here. Rev. Mr. Goodenough of the East Pesrl street Methodist ohuroh is to take a month's vacation this yesr. He will be absent two weeks in August and two weeks in Septem ber. Misses May Halliwell and Hattie Hoadley of Milford are guests et Miss Luln Mansfield of Ferry street. E. W. Potter will erect a two-story frame house on the corner of Ferry and Peck streets. Will BIgelow of Clinton avenue has gone to New York. Frank O. Jerome, formerly of this place, has been visiting friends here. The Rev. G. J. Ganun, of New Haven, will make the address at the Quinniplao rink temperance meeting to-morrow afternoon. Mrs.. William H. Lindaley of Cleveland, Ohio, is visitine friends on Exchange street. Rev. Mr. James will preach at the Second churoh to-morrow. He will then take a va cation nntil September, after which he will return and assume the pastorate of the Miss Bertha Ives has returned from her va cation tour. T. G. W. Jefferson and family will spend tne next ten davs in Long Jiranoh. Mrs. Edward Barnes, of Pennsylvania, is visiting her father-in-law, Herbert Barnes, on North Quinaioiao street. The Methodist church society at the Four corners nas purchased tne lot adjoining tne church, and will shortly move the edifice over to it, as the lot where it now stands is only rented. : Bnrled Yesterday; The funeral of the late James McQueeny took place at 9 o'clock yesterday morning from his late residence, 227. Commerce street, and was largely attended. Services were held at.St. John's church, the Rev. Father Sullivan celebrating a high mass of requiem, with an address of eulogy. The interment was in St. Bernard's oemetery. The bearers were Thomas Keegan, William Hackett, John Leddy, John Flynn, William Murphy and Michael Egan. v . ITATK COBBBgPOHPBH CB. Sonthlngton. July 27. The Democratic voters of Sonth lngton met in the court room Friday evening and formed a Democratic clnb. Mr. Charles Pease was thought to be in a dying condition Friday. . The Jeffersons of Hartford and the South ingtons play at the Sonthlngton Driving park to-day (Saturday). The Southington Agricultural society meet at the court room Tuesday evening. - General State News. '.- HEW UHITORK. Niagara engine company of New London has ordsred seventy-five new uniforms whioh the members will wear for the first time at the annual fire parade September 12. ' WILL HAVJB A GRANGE WCHIO. ' " Central Pomona grange, whioh comprises most of the subordinate granges in central Connecticut, will picnio at Pawson Park on Tuesday the 31st and most of the granges in the shore line towns will meet with them. AJTKB SBA BASS. - The fishing party, composed of many solid Hartford men which went to Mbntauk Point on Thursday under the leadership of the vet eran George Washburn, had a splendid time and fair luck, securing between 200 and 300 sea bass. A KronLXTOWH OBAHOB. Saturday evening, the 28th, Mattabesset grange of Middletown will talk about "Farm ers' Vacations,'' the subjeot being divided into half a dozen questions which will be discussed by different members who have been assigned by the lecturer. A WATEBBUBT GRAHQB. Mad River grange of Waterbury will pic nio with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fairolongh at Woloott on Tuesday, the 80th. A big time is expected as the Fairoloughs always have a good time and this grange is one of the most lively of the live grangers of the State. CATBOAT BACK $100. Some of the guests at the Pequot Houbo in New London and in the vicinity of that hotel who take pleasure in sailboat races are rais ing a purse of $100, to be given to the owner of the fastest catboat that is entered in a con test whioh is to take place at an early date. The race will be a free-for-all. A NATTY! tW MAN8FIKLD. George W. Aspinwall, who was instantly killed by a passing train, at Palmer Wednes day, was a native of Mansfield, Ct., and for fifteen years was a very successful farmer at Mount Hope in the eastern part of the town. From Mansfield he went to Springfield, Mass., and engaged in the livery business and later removed to Palmer. . AN OLD RBXIC. Mr. A. C. Hatch, of Norwich, has a fine Masonic relic in the handsomely illuminated white silk Masonic apron of Captain Elijah Bailey of Groton, the husband of Mother Bailey, who at Groton Heights furnished for wadding a red flannel petticoat with the ex pressed wish that it might find a lodging place in the bowels of the British soldiers. VALUE or TREES MAKE A NOTE Or IT. Properly situated shade and ornamental trees have a commercial value that is often lost sight of. ' Fourteen hundred dollars, the price reoently paid for a half acre building lot in Glastonbury, is thought by many to be a high price for country property, yet a friend suggeBta that "$400 for the lot and $1,000 for the beautiful elms in front is a very reason able price." and any lover of nature will say amen. A friend of mine in Massachusetts, not yet past seventy, has during his lifetime sold out at a good profit nine homes to peo ple who were attraoted to them Dy tne trees and plants he had planted on eaoh when first taking possession it being almost a passion with him to buv neeleoted places and attempt to stake perf eot homes out of them by the aid of the art of horticulture . Hartford - Cour- ant. The Bishop' False Teeth. From the Buffalo Courier. Many a good story has been told about the consternation and dismay produeed by the sound of the Scotch bagpipes on unini tiated ears. They are said to have put to flight foes for whom a bayonet charge would have had no terrors. But the story told by Bishop Taylor in Ashbnry churoh last even ing abont the effect which his movable teeth produced among the blacks in Africa; seems to cast all the other yarns of this kind into the shade. Somehow his black brethren" oame to know that the good bishop had false teeth; and one of them gently and tremulous ly broke the subject to him in - conversation one day. Not wishing to be suspeoted of witchoraft, the bishop told the children of the sunny South that in big America where he came from, when a man lost a leg, he could go and get a new one made. When his hair fell off he could buy a fresh supply, and so with teeth, when they dropped out or were pulled they could be replaced. "Then," said the bishop, "I drew out my beautiful, white, dean porcelain set, and when they saw that you ought to have aeen those dark, iea run and scream and gesticulate. One woman declared she had seen the wonder of the world, and was now content to die in peace." Stocks Open Generally Higher bat Gradually Pall Off A Slight Advance Follows After Noon and the Close Becomes Firm. Nxw Tobk, July 87. There wss more animation in the stock market after IS o'clock, especially In St. Paul, Western Union, Beading and a few others, and the Increased business was accompanied by a better tone to the calling. Small tractions were gained all over the list, which, however, were gentialiy sufficient to bring prices up to the level of those of the opening. The movement culminated before 1 p. m. and the usual dull and listless condition of the market re appeared, after which there was no change until after 2:15. when the market became more active, though the Increased business was confined princi pally to St. Paul, Louisville and Nashville and a few other leading stocks. Some advance was made in the prices of those stocks, St. Paul leading with a gala of H per cent. There wss no further feature however, beyond a sudden spurt in Chattanooga and the market finally closed dull but flrja at slight fractions from flint prices. Closing pnoea reported over tne private wires of BUNNELL, A SCRANTON. Bankers and Brokers: Bid Asked. Am. .Cotton Seed Oil Alton & Terre;Baut Alton A Torre Haute Pfd Atlantic A PaclBo Boston A N. Y. Air Use Pfd. Burlington A Quincy O. C. O. 1 Canada Soutnern Canadian k-adfio Central Paoiflo Chicago A Alton Chesapeake A Ohio Chesapeake A Ohio. 1st Pfd. Chesapeake Ohio id Pfd.... Chic. St. Louts A Pitts Chic St.rLouis A Pitts Pfd . . t 80 m 100 116 51 6SH 67 87 134 in 10J4 IS 1ZM 3j Oin. W. B.. Cin.W.B.Pfd H Colorado Coal Consolidated Gas 7WS Del. Lack. A Western VM Del. A Hudson Canal 114 18 48 10 Pfd SUM ::::::: Denver A Rio Grande. . . . Denver A lilo:Qrande Pfd Bast Tenn.. VaAQa East Tenn., Va. Oa. 1st. Pfd East Tenn., Va. A Oa 3d Fid Erie Erie Pfd Erie Seconds Erie A Western Erie and Western preferred American 10HH United States 76 Wells. Fargo 1S7 Houston and Texas. IS In. Bloom. A W 13 Illinois .Central y ansae A Texas 15 Lake Shore VSh LouisviUe A-Nashvilles 61fc Manhattan Elevated M Maryland Coal 12 Memphis A A Charleston 48 Michigan central B8&, Mil.. L. Shore A Western e& Mil.. L. Shore AW. pfd ..69 Mlnn.ABt.Lotiia h Mian. A St. Louis pfd. 10 Missouri r-ac 78$ Nashville A Chattanooga 8S New Central :Coal if New JeraerUentrai 83 New York Central. 106), New o A New Eng 439 Hocking Coal A Iron 21 N. Y. Busq. A West 8 N. Y. Busq. A West, .pfd 81? H. Y..U. atiSt. Louis )15 II. Y..C. at St. Louis pfd 69 N. Y.. N. H. A.Hartford. 83 Norfolk A Western 18 Norfolk A West pfd 51 Northern Paoiflo 86V Northern Paolflc pld 6M Nortnwest 112, Northwest pfd ... 144 Oil Certificates.... .. 81 Ohio A Mississippi sa; Oaeana tA Omaha pfd 107$ Ontario A Western. 16 Oregon Navigation. S3 Oregon! Transcontinental . 6$ Pacific Mall S5 Peoria. D. and Evansvllie. 811 Failman Car Co 168 Beading. 64 Biehmond A West Point...- 85 Blchmond A W. P. pfd 73 Bock Island 108 BanFranoiseo 34X San Francisco pfd 1-PA Ban Franoisoo 1st pfd 113)4 Bt. Paul 73 Bt. Paul pfd 110 Bt. Paul and M 105 Bt. Paul A Duluth 5714 St Paul A Duluth.pfd 100H Texas: Paoiflo tsfe Union PaciSo 58S) Wabash .... 12 Wahaah of d VXa 61H 1 WesterniUnlonTel Wheeling A Lake Erie. Tenn. Coal A Iron..... ...... TH Qormmment bonds closed as follows IMs.'Slreg 4 Vis. HI coup 4a, 107, reg 4s, 1807, ooup Oarrency 6s, '&5 . . . ... OurrenoySe, '96.., Currency 6s. 7 ...... . Currency ss, '38. Cnrrency 6s. '2y. 127!4alS7a ;I27i4al27J 119 "::v.v.v.Sfr ...187 1S9J - Chicago drain and Provision market. The following shows the closing quotations at 1 p. U. in Oftlaaxn, as compared with the same on the two previous dare: dosing quotations regular Board, Reported over private wires to Bunnell A ScaiNTOs, bankers and brokers, 108 Orange street, New Haven, Conn. July 85. July 86. July 27. f July..... 88 81 ., 82K I Aug 80 - 79M 80M Wheat Sept...... 80- 80 80i Oct 80& 80J4 SOU I Deo SbM 8rf egg July...... 46 45J4 ' 459s . Aug 45 W 45Ji " 45. Corn -j Sept...... 46 44 ' 45 (Oct . - 44M ' 448 IMay.. mi SIX 89 fjuly. S9 8994 "Aug 85 8434- 84 Oats Sept........ 849(5 84U 2372 I Oct. 84X 24$ 2l fjuly 18.77H! 13.75 14.12U , Aug..... .-13.77 13 75 14.12JJ Fo .' Sept... 18.87), 18.85 14.85 lOct 13.&SH 18.85 14.17X July 8.60 8.62j4i 8.72J4 r -i Au 8-62H 8.65 8.73)J I 8ept 8.67U -8.70 -8.90 lOct 8.15& , 8.6SHI . 8.77M IroxrtsixTtts, Six. FBESH SiLOOIlr Bluefish, Halibut, Freeh Mackerel, Sword fish, Sea Bass, Blacknsh, Lobsters, Oysters, Bound and Long Clams. Prime Beef, Lamb, Mutton, Freeh Pork. Spring Chickens, Fowls, dressed to order. New Potatoes, String Beans; Tomatoes, Native Cucumbers, Beets, etc. W. D. JUDSON, 505 and 5Q7 STATE STREET. Havana Cigars DIRECT IMPORTATION. Just received - ex-Steamship Niagara a consignment of fresh made Havana Cigars favorite brands. Will be ready for delivery about Tuesday, the 24th inst. J. D- DEWELL & CO., 233 and 239 State Street. aiJKLBUKT BROTHERS, 1,T4 Chapel Street, CORNER HIGH. . Have the exclusive sale of the celebrated Windsor Greamery Bolter FOB THIS CITY. fiGive it "a trial. BOON AND A BIG ONE . To High Prices. Lamb leg 22c. ' Lamb hlndquarter 30e. Lamb chops 2?c. Lamb forequarter, 16c. Veal cutlets 25c. Veal chore 16c. Veal roast 16e. Beef roast 10 to ISo. Beef, rack steak 10c. Beef, round steak 10c. 1 Beef, loin steat 82c Beef, Porterhouse steak 85c. Watermelons 30 and 35c, Bananas 31 and 35c. Blackberrier, Raspberries, Currants, fresh to-day. The best quality of Meat and Vegetables. STEVENS' MARKET, 19 Congress Avenue. C. B. HART & CO. 350 anil 352 State street. WE OFFER TO-DAY THE First Game of the Season, Fresh, Tender CHICKEN GROUSE. A Choice, Delicate Article. Also, Spring Chiokens, Squabs, Sweet breads and all the delicacies. 100 Broadway, cor. Howe Street, Ii THE CHEAPEST AND BEST PLACE TO BUY GROCERIES AND MEATS OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Rutter Still Lower, The Beit Creamery Butter, in prints, only 29o each. The finestrConnecticnt Creamery Butter, In tubs, only 25c per lb. Very fine Prunes, only 7c per lb; 4 lbs. for 250. Canned Goods of all kinds very low. Temperance Drinks. Residents of the western part of the city will be pleased to know that for the next four months we will keep on ice a full assortment of temperance Irinks. Please don't forget that you can buy in our mar ket any kind of meat. Beef, Lamb or Veal, for as little money as any place in the State. W. S. Rickey, lOO Broadway, Jul4 corner Hewe street. TEA AND COFFEE. TTTE are still sellinff a snlendid Jan. and Oolonft- W Tea at 60c. Our Uncolored Jap. at OOo Is giving; gooa sawaiaction w Bit wiiu nave iricu ib, and our Royal Java Coffee also. Batter. Batter. Mountain Sorinc. Glastonbury and Durham In rolls. Next Tuesday we shall receive a fine lot of Roxbnry Butter in tubs which we will sell at 4Ve lbs SI. Perfection Boiled White Oats 10c. Richards' and Bobbins' Boned Turkey and Chicken. Armour's cooked whole Tongue. Raxzo and Snaniah Olives. We keep all kinds of Fruit. Berries, Heat and vegetables. T. 3H. Nortlirop, 965 Grand Avenue. P. 8. Agent for N. Y. Health Food Co. goods. Telephone. SHAD. SHAD. Striped Bass, Lobsters, Haddock, Cod, Open Clams, Little Necks, Oysters, Salmon, etc,, A. FOOTE & GO 'S, 8B8 STATE ST. OLD CHEESE, Fine, Two Years Old, AND NEW CHEESE, . FOB BALE BY COOPER & NICHOLS, 378 State Street. IV1ATHUSHEK PIANOS. "Tried and Triumphant." Unequalled in Richness and Depia of Tons. GREAT CAPACITY OP VIBRATION AMD DURABILITY. Each Instrument over IS months In process of construction. Beat material and finest workmanship. FULLY WARRANTED. BTThsy will last a life-time, and keop In tun at one- quarter in Mpmiwuioiij i.,,w OVER I7,OOQ IN USE Send for full descriptive pamphlet una prices to THE TREAT & SHEPARD CO., (OT ORANOC STREET NEW HAVEN, COBS. BRinOEPOHT. MEH10EB. DHBUBV. 8TAU- TORO. MIDDLETOWN OR WEST WINTEB. i Sou oiv. roa TM tt or CoMNeerieirr. Choking Catarrh. Have you awakened from a disturbed sleep with all the horrid sensations of an assassin clutching your throat anl pressing the life-breath from your tightened chest I Have you noticed the languor and debility that succeed the effort to clear your hroat and head of this catarrhal matter I What a depressing influence it exerts upon the mind, clouding the memory and filling the head with pains and strange noises T How difficult It is to rid the nasal passages, throat and lungs of this poison ous mucus, all can testify who are afflicted with catarrh. How difficult to protect the system against its further progress towards the lungs, liver and kidneys, all physicians will admit. It Is a terrible disease and cries out for relief and cure. The remarkable curative powers, when all other remedies utterly fail, of Sanford's Radical Cure are attested by thousands who gratefully recommend it . to fpilnw uifTArAift- No statement is made re garding it that cannot be substantiated by the most respectable and reliable references. Kach packet contains one bottle of the Radical Cure, one bsx of Catarrhal Solvent and an Im proved Inhaler, with treatise and directions, and is sold by all druggists for $1. Potter Drug and Chemicai. Co., Boston. - ' Wntlr DQinfiil Rsitfo X ' IIGun, I Hllllul UttUIW, Kidney and- Uterine Fains and weak mesmetL relieved in one minute bv the Cuti cura Anti-Fain Plaster, the first and only ain-kinini. ninetar - New. Instantaneous, infal- ibln. The moat norfer-t antidote to Pain.Jnham- mation and Weakness ever compounded. Vastly superior to all other plasters. At all druggists1, 2C cents; five for Sl.OO; or, postage free, of Potter Drnc tnd Chemical Co., . Jel9mth&w - . Boston, Mass. TJTCjl I T I A treated without the use ot tiini I I in the knife or detention from business, also all other diseases of the Rectum. Core guaranteed. WM. BEAD (M. D. Harvard.1842) and ROBERT M. BEAD M. D Harvard, 1876), scrams House, wo. na mrem.oi oireei, Boston. References given. Consultation free. Send for pamphlet. Omoe hours,! 1 A. M. to 4 P. (Sunday and holidays excepted) Jp JJjJjJg MEN'S Strictly all wool Homespuns, handsome mixed, pure all wool domestic Cheviots, mixed Cassimeres in very . desirable colors, warranted all wool, marked down to SJ58.50. MEN'S SUITS. Crenuine imnnrl-prl .cntrrh Suitintrs. stTintlv nil wool HaccJmprAc guaranteed colors in plain Cheviots, genteel Plaids," Checks and W.A a-J AAA LUl V O.M.X WtA iJUlblilg .J 11 lUt Ul VJJ Jl UUdlilfOd wear, marked down to (JjlO.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 Coats and Yests to Match, Marked down to Sfel.OO; former prices $1.50 and $2. Seersucker Coats and Vests to Match, A large variety and good style, marked down to Sl.OO. For mer prices $1.50 and $2. MEN'S TROUSERS. 1,500 pairs, all desirable patterns, J$52-50. Cannot be equaled ; former prices $3.50 and $4. Children's Short Pant Suits at $2.50, $3.50 and $5 Marked down from $2 to $5 each. The fine FLANNEL WAISTS at $1.50" and the imported PERCALE WAISTS at 93c are bargains that will never be C. E. LONGLEY & CO., 101, 103, and 105 Church Street, flew Haven, Conn. The largest Clothing House in this State. WESTERN FARM LOANS. FIRST Mortgage security on Improved farms in Kansas, Colorado and Washington Territory, giving a high rate of intereet-lo investors. Clarence E. Thompson, Successor to Samuel G. Thorn, BoweUtch Balldlnx. 102 Orange st., ap2t Old number 7S4. White Mountain Triple Motion Ice Cream Freezer, 2, 3, 4, 0, 8, 10 quarts, which we guaran tee to sell lower than any house in the city. A few more of those good OH Stoves, to close ont at cost, All sixes of Water Coolers, which I know yon will say are cheap when yon see them. Mason's Lightning Fruit Jar, all sizes. Rubber for all jars. Fly Traps, Wire Dish Covers, Jelly Tum blers, etc. Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets, Library Lamps, Toilet Ware, on second floor, at ROBINSON'S, 90 Church street. We close at 6 p. m., except Mondays and Saturdays. , Jn7 tn th sa nr vectors r JOHN E. EAKLE, !V. S6S Chapel Street, Sew Slaven, Cona ! hlaeersonal attention to procuring Patents for Inventors. IS THE UNITED 8TATK8 AND FOREIGN OOUNTRTF.W A practice of more than thirty years, and fre- qoenc tuih bo we racenc wm.ee nas given mm a familiarity with every department of, and mode of irMeedlng at, the Patent Offioe-which, together with the tact that he now visits Washiiurton semi monthly to give his personal attention to the Inter eats of his clients, warrants him In the assertion that no office In this conn try ia able to offer the same facilities to Inventors In securing their Inventions by Letter Patent and particularly to those whose applications have been rejected an examination ot which he will make free of charge. Preliminary examination, prior to application for paten! maae at patent umce, at a small cnarge. HI facilities for procuring Patents In Foreign Countries are uneau&iMf. Bef ers to more than one thoosandelients for whom enmroonreg uettev ratent IvlrklAw In all colors. The Mrf Shades are Decorated and Transparent.- AI Minetto Shades. Plain or Decorated, are unsurpassed in Beauty, Durability and Finish. Mounted on .first class Spring Roller ready to heag. For rsaleby IWcIntyre, JIagnIro fc Co. Regular & Perfect DIGESTION PROMOTED BT USE OF Fnrmnt'll Seltzer Aperient. Sold by Tarrant ft Co., N.Y.. and Druggists everywhere. CHAS. R. VINCENT & CO., IS Cortlandt street, New York. Automatic Highspeed Engines, Horizonialand Vertical Engines, CORLISS ENGINES, ' Boat Engines and Boilers. FEED WATER HEATERS AND PURIFIERS. PENSIONS, And GOVERNMENT CLAIMS my sole business. Rejected, Increase and Re-rating Claims a special ty. Don't delay. . Address or visit - GEN. W. H. NOBLE, 01 Stratford Ave., lSrlds$port,Ct. jy. weoaswim. 4 SUITS. (fast colors) are rapid -sellers, and ottered again. Guaranteed Mortgages PAYING 7 PER CENT. mtoOTIATCD BT THB Hamilton Loan and Trust Company, Paid Up Capital $100,000. Semi-Annual Coupon Bonds running five years. interest ana principal payanieat tneomce of BROWN BROTHERS & CO., N. Y. These bonds are secured by IMrat mortgages on iHsroves Western Farms and other nronertv worth three times amount of loan, and are in amounts varying from $300 to $2,000. This Company assigns the bond and mortgage over to tne investor, ana as an aaaiuonat security guarantees interest and principal. For pamphlets and full Information send to, or can on F. W. J. 8IZER, jet $11 Chapel street. New Hiwi 8 Per Cent. Mortgages. Security 3 to $ 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 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, oon us in sums to suit. JOHN KERLEl, Ofllr.e, s 1 4 Cleora-e Street Non-Taxable Stocks. 20 shares Danbury and Norwalk B. B. Co. SO shares New Haven Eleetric Light Co. 25 shares So. New Enrland Telephone Co. 10 shares New York A New Jersey Telephone Co, 44 snares pew uaven aianuractunag jo . 3S shares National Pipe Bending Co. 100 shares L. Candee ft Co. FOR SALE BY H. C. WARREN & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, 199 ORANGE STREET. VERMILYE & CO., BANKERS AMD BROKERS, . . .. - 4 . - J,; . Dealer tn Investment Securities, lVos. 16 and 18 Naiian St., SEW YORK CITY. JULY INVESTMENTS. FOB SALE, Boston &N.Y. Air Line RR. pTd, non-taxable -Detroit, Hillsdale and S. W. BR.. " N, Y..N.H. andH. RR.. " N. Y. and N. J. Telephone Co., " Housatonic RR. 6'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. 6's of 1019. Western Farm and City Loans. Principal and interest guaranteed by the Lombard Investment Company. W.T. HATCH & SONS, RANKERS. INVESTMENT SECURITIES. 55 shares Air Line Preferred stock. t 5,000 Housatonic 5 per cent, bonds. 3.000 New Haven & Northampton 7 o. ct. bonds. lOtTBhares New Haven County National bank stock 25 shares Yale National Bank stock. BUNNELL & SCRANTON, Bankers. 108 Orange Street. 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 namDhleta deacrlntlve of Ira investments, send to or call oa . E. F. MERRILL, Boom 2, 817 Chapel Street. Office Honrs SloSm m. my818jn Because IheTe was a .cafce of the iTt-OATI N Q ja made. suberior to arvr Tbilet,Jath,orhamjboo. If is perfect for wasfu'ncj all' fine Tat rics. Will retain its snowy whiteness, and keeja sweet. TskyoMr grocer or drug3fct for-'tfr&Sft Sow. Made onlby N.lCfairJbonCa GHICflGOCIll and 2g rVodJce Exchange, New YoffK. WiBB Yoi Want AnytliiE In His RMware Lin, NAlliS, HOOKS, SCREWS, WIRE, ete,, etc., Yon will find we have the largest assortment and lowest prices In the city. Onr stock, has been Largely Increased this Season and Prices on all . - Lines Reduced. We keep many patented novelties in Cutlery and Tools not ordinarily found in Hardware stores. , Children's. Carriages at Reduced Prices, Clotnes wringers, sjarpec sweepers, nuuntr uvse, Garden Tools, Wheelbarrows; Mexican Hsmmocka, , . . Croq.net and Lawn Tennis Supplies, Window and Door Screens. Tools for all Trades and Builders' Hardware and Manufacturers' Sup plies, Iron Safes, Nails and Belting. D. T. MALLETT, 776 CHAPEL STREET. DR. J0III1L. LYON, NO. 49 CHURCH STREET, The well known and reliable Botanic and Eclectic Physician Boom 11, Hoadley Building Side Entrance 123 Crown Street. (Opposite the Postofllce.) Office go arranged that patients see no oue tv the doctor. Who has practiced medicine In this city since 1SR4 can be consulted at his office. Dr. Lyon's success in the treatment of all dip eases has been marvelous and his fame has spread throughout the length and breadth of the United States: Being opposed to all mineral and poisonous drugs, he has selected choice and potent remedial from the vegetable kingdom only, and with val nable roots, barks and herbs Is prepared to CUBE the most stubborn and In tractive disease. Con sumption, that bane of our eastern climate, which onuses so many to succumb to its ruthless power, 1 CUBED by Dr. Lyon, as many testimonials from nninroeachable witnesses attest. Dyspepsia, the national scourge, which dooms thousands to tor tore and misery, is routod 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 ot. ture, are radically and permanently cured In a surprisingly short time Dy the doctor's Ira roved method of treatment. TO FEMALES: The special diseases to which females are sub jec are treated with perfect success by Dr. Lyon. The doctor has made those diseases a special study for overla 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 And In Dr. Lyon a true friend an skilled physician and one who Is competent to treat all those diseases and effect permanent curer in the shortest possible time. TO MALES Who are suffering from the errors of yeutb, lot. manhood, etc, and find themselves weakened and debilitated, and also those suffering from venerea 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 tchft kaxt to skkd voh bows wobtbxxss mssioirrcs which not only rut of at- romniNO the rklikt derikkd, but also-BTJIN 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 grot it. He has successfully treated morecases of Sperma torhesa. Seminal Weakness and all Diseases of the Gexhtrative Organs than any other physician living and his experience and skill avail In every Instanc In restoring the sufferer to sound health and spirit Hundreds of letters from grateful patients can b len at the doctor's office. Dr. Lyon has discovered a remedy which Is a cer tain cure for Dumb Ague, Chills and Fever and at Malarial Complaints. Abetters sent to the Doctor will be confident! ly attended to, and in NO CASE shall conflden be abuskd. Write, If yon do not call In person describing your symptoms and duration of the dip 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 medlciue given for on dollar or more, according to the severity and a ture of the case. Office hours, it. m. to is. m. Open Sunday evenings. DR. J. L. LYON, NEW HAVEN, CONN WEAR' ADYICS FREE r HOW TO IGT 1 '.TtarSV I Tiror and Tnlood Restore. Pre . fP"ijiy & mature Decline nd Functional disorder PL,"! A -ir-- without Stomach Medicines. Sealed I QnKJU Treatise sent free upon application. Wl KUIti7 MARSTON CO.. 1 Far riaee. Hew York. E, L. WASHBURN, OPTICIAN, AND DEALER IN SURGICAL. DENTAL, OPTICAL and MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS OF EVEEY DESCRIPTION. Field Glasses, Spy Glasses, Opera Glasses, In great variety of styles and prices. Microscopes, Thermometers, . Barometers and ' Compasses. Spectacles and Eyeglasses Of Gold, Steel, ylonite and Rubber, On Hand and Made to Order. Oculists' Prescriptions, And glasses requiring special frames - and setting, carefully mounted. Repairing Neatly and Promptly Executed. 84 CM aiH 61 Center St., NEW HAVEN. ine Dam two zna issv couYdm drown. imborfed Castie Soabfor Purposes, Masons' ixags, T Starin's New Haven Transport tlon Line. Every Bay Except Saturday. m - Leave New Haven, from Stanc': EaEaaaaEnnclr. at 10:1S o'clock p. m. Th ffSwLrlDTM nant.ln VflAIIot. truer O.-t- J U. CV." ' " day, Tuesday and Thursday. The EKASIGt CORNING, Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Returning, leave New York, from Pier 18, foot of Courtland street, at 9 p. m. the Btarin every Monday, Wednesday and Friday the Corning every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday The only Sunday night boat from New York. Fare, with U.. hrs cabin, 75c; stateroom $1. Et curston tickets $1.25. Free Stage leaves the depot on arrival of Hari ford train, and from corner Church and Chape streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 o'clocl p. m. Tickets and Staterooms can be purchased of th Downes News Co., 869 Chapel street. Peck A Bishor 702 Chapel street, and at the Tontine HeteL C. M. CONKLIN, Agent, :. my31 New Haven, Conn. NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT CO. Dally for New York Fare T 5c, titeift. lng-berth Excursion- Ticket (goods days) $1.26. Hteamer C.H.NOBTHAM, Capt. F.J. Peck, leave S RewHaven 12 o'clock p.m., Sunday excepted. State rooms sold at Peck A Bishop's, and at Elock'sDrug Store. Steamer CONTINENT AI Capt. Steven, leaves New Haven at 18:16 a. m. Sundays except o. From New York The C. H. NORTHAM leaver Feck Slip at 3 p.m., and the CONTINENTAL at 11 p. m., Sundays excepted. Saturday 12 o'clock mitf- nlght. Sunday, ELM CITY at 11 p. m. 8unday Boat for N. York Steamer ELM CITY Capt. Bishop, at 10:15 a. m. and NEW HAVEN Capt. Brown, at 10:30 p. ia. Staterooms sold at the Elliot: House. Free stage from Ins. Building at Bp. m. Tickets sold and baggage checked thro' to phlladelj blt (via both routes), Baltimore and Washington. JAMES H. WARD, Agent. ANCHOR LINE. Atlantic Express Service. LIVERPOOL via QUEENSTOWN Steamship "CITY OF ROME" from New York Wednesday, Aug. 8, Bept. 5, Oct. 3, Oct. 31. Largest and finest passenger steamer afloat. Cabin $00, (80 and? $100; Second-class, $30. GLASGOW SERVICE. Steamers every Saturday from New York to GLASGOW and LONDONDERRY Cabin paesage to Glasgow, Londonderry, Liver, pool or Belfast, $50 and $60; 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 Brothers, New York, or BUNNELL & 8CBANTON, 78 Orange street, WM FITZPATBICK. 763 Grand avenue, New Haven. ap7 6m Sew york, msw siatev AXD HARTFORD ft. It, July 22, 1888. Trains Leavs Nkw Haven as Follows: For New York 3:50, 4:30 (daily excep Monday), 4:50, -W:15, 7:00. t7:30. 8:10 , 8:30, 9:85, 10:40, ll:B0a.m.. 1:S0. 1:35, 2:S0, 3:50, 4:00, 5:00. 5:30 (South Norwalk accommodation), 5:50, 6:00, 7:05, (6:30 and 8:15 way to Bridgeport) 8:03, 9:05, 9:10 p.m. Sundays S:5C 4:80, 4:50, 8:00 a. m., 5:00, 6:30, 7:05, 7:80, 8:(0 p. m. Washington NIebt Express via Harlem Blver Leaves at '11:50 p. m. daily; stops at Mil ford, Bridgeport, South Norwalk, Stamford. For Boston via Springfield 1:16. 6:5a, 8:00, 11:05, 11:20 a. m., 1:16, 8:10, 5:55 p. m. Sundays 1:16 night, 5:55 p. m. For Boston via New London and Providenre 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 anc' New England R. B 2:26 a. m. dally. 1S:05 p.m. For Boston via Air Line and N. Y. and N. V R. B. 5:00 p. m. fast express Sundays '6:00 p. m. For rTerlden. Hartford. SDrlnarfielsi. Etc 1S:25 night, 1:16 night (2:S 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. 5:03 (6:05 to Hartford). 5:55, 8:15, 10:C5 p. m Sundays 1:16 night, 5:55 p. m. Shobb Lira Division. ' For New London. Etc 1:55 nleht. 7:CO. 7:50, 10:45 a. m., 12:05, 1:30 (Saybrook acc.), 8:05, 6:15. 6:20 (Lyme acc), 6:55, "9:00 p.m. (Guilford accommodation). Sundays 1:55 night. Aib Link Division. For middletown. Wllllmantle. Ete Leave New Haven for all stations at 8:C5 a. m, 1:26 -o:w, o:m p. m. cundays ?o:uu p. m. connect at Middletown with Connecticut Valley R. R., and at WUlimantic with N. Y. and N. E. and N. L. and N. R. R. at Turnersville with ColchearAr Branch. Trains arrive in New Haven at 8:00 a. m, 1:88, 6:58,8:53 p.m. Natsqatuck Division. Trains leave New Haven, via the Nevr TTaven and Derby B. B., connecting with this division: For Wlnstedand wav stations at 7:20 and 9:55 a: m 2:35, and 5:35 p. m. For "Waterbnry and way stations at 7:85 p. i. For New Haven: Trains leave Winittnd 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.; 3:12 and 6:08 p. m. All the above trains connect with train, on Wa. tertown Branch. Northampton Division-. For Slielbnrne Falls. Tnrner'a Falls. "Williamsburg, Holyoke and Neva Hartford and Intermediate stations, trains leave New Haven at 7:45, 11 .04 a. m. and 4:00 p. m For' tVflllamsbnrzh. North amnion. and points this side, at 6:15 p. m. From Williamsburg train arrives at 9:25 - a. Tn 1 9Q and 8:Afi n. m nri ftvlm fih.!l,iimn TTall. and intermediate stations at 1:23, 4:55 and 8:5" p.m. For Saratoga, at .7:45 a. m., arriving at 3:15 m.. .and 11:04 a. m.. arriving at fi:Sfi . m. Train leavlne New Haven at 11:04 a. m. has THROUGH PARLOR CAR and arrives at Saratoga at 5:35 p. m. Train arriving In New Haven at 4:55 p. m. has THROUGH PARLOR CAB from Sara toga at 10:3i a. m. O. M. SHEPARD, C. T. HEMPSTEAD, General Sup't. Gen. Pass. Agent. Express Trains. tLocal Express. New Haven and Derby Railroad. Train Arrangement commencing Sunday, July 8, 1888. LEAVE NEW HAVEN At 7:20 and 0:t5 a.m..l:08,2:J5,J:35,7:35 and U:15p.r LEAVE ANSONIA At 6:49, 0:( and 11:42 a. -n., 12:50, 1:25. 6:10, 6:51, 8:30 and 12:15 p. a. Sunday trains leave New Haven at 8:10 a. m. 8:10 p. m. Sunday trains leave Ansonia 7:20 a. m., 6:00 p. m. Connections are made at Ansonia with passenger trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Havon with the trains ofN.Y., N.H. A H. R. R. J. P. HOPSON, Supt. New Haven. July 8, 1888 REMOVED. Everything is now in Working Order At our Mew Store, 8, 10, 12 Ohurch street. 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