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Friday, August 17, 1888.
VOL. LYL VC. VVS Ho Hercury, Ho Potash? Or any other Mineral Poison. It Is Nature's Remedy, mad xcluslvly from Boot and Herb. It la perfectly Harmless, It la tbi only remedy known to the world that baa are yet Cured oonlaffi&ug Blood jMsoit an ta stage. It cures Mercurial Rheumatism. Canoer. Scrofula, and other blood iHisssss bsntof ore oonsldered Incurable. It cures amy disease earned from Impure blood. It la now nre acrlbed by thousands of the beat physician an the United States, e a tonle. We append the statement of a few : " I hare used 8. 8. B. on patients eonvaleso. rug from forer and from measles with the best results. J. S. cunrr, M. D.. ; SUavtUavGe." Bansaa Oi. Willie White waa afflicted with scrofula seven years. I prescribed 8. B. h and to-day he Is a fat and robust boy. C. W. Fum, XL D. Bicmroiro. VA- Dec IS, 1885. I have taken i three botUes ofSwlft's Speclso for seoondary blood poison. It acta much better than pot ash or any other remedy! have ever pied. B. F. wikfisxd, J4. D formerly of Sussex Co., va. Da. E. J. Hals, the well-known druggist and physician, of Nashville, Howard County, Ark., writes . Having some knowledge as to what 8. 8. 8. Is composed of, I can safely recommend It aa tba remedy for all skin dis eases. It matters not what the name assy be." We bare a book giving a history of this wonderful remedy, and Its cures, from all over the world, which will oonvlnce you that all we say la true, and which we will mall free on application. No family should be without It. We have another on Contagious Blood Poison, sent on lama terms. Write us a history of your case, and our physician will advise with you by letter. In strictest confidence. We will not deoatve yon knowingly. , Foe sale by all druggists. Thb 8wnrr STOenrro Co., Drawer 8, Atlanta, Cv' New Tork, 75 Broadway. London. Kng. to Snow mil. i Dr. J. W. Camming', ELECTRO-Tberapeutio physician. 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MARY J. WEIGHT. -CONSULTATIONS on business, lawsuits and Vs marriage, $1. Examinations of health. Tontine Hotel, Room 46. Hours 8 to 18, to 5, 7 to . aulS The great strengthening remedy for weak mas ties. Quickly cures pain In the back, chest, side and limbs. Try them. At druggists' or bv mail, 8s cents; 5 for $1. Q.CININK PLASTER CO. Saratoga. Springs. W. V eia end "T71T O 'III IT A tresisd without the use of 13 J-O JL U J-iXthe knife or detention from business, abvail other diseases of the Rectum. Cure guaranteed. WM. READ (M. D. Harvard,1842) and HOBEttT M. READ (M. D., Harvard, 1876), -hvsths ilouee, no. 17 ' rernonl sjtreet, Boston. References given. Consultation free. Bend for pamphlet. Office hours.11 A. M. to 4 P. M Sunday and holidays excepted) TJ "J jg g PSUPERlQrV NLTmmOrJ THE LIFEH .iisrvw - - A Salrat&r for InoaliSo osaeT tfte Aged. An Incomparable A liment for the Growth and I'rotection of Infant mno Children. A Superior tfutritiro its Continued ITevorm, anal oj Jteliable Remedial Agent in all Diseases of tAe Stomach antl Intestine, vr. c. Wn,, M. D., Thi Nsrw Engtawtj MebicaIj Monthlt." "In the delicate condi tions of the stomach, when everything else has. been rejected- I have saved many lives by crivino Imperial (in akjitm. T consider It ono of the very best foods the physician can find to assist him in carrying through nis patient to recovery; and I have found It of lnestimablo value in toe later stages ox ratlins, uastntis. Gastrie Catarrh. DvsDerjsia- and Dvflenterv." We speak from experience when we say that the Imperial Gbakum is both safe and nutri tious. It has been on the market for many years, and the largely increasing sales show that many others have found like results attending ita no. " The niWrffnn TTn4rL AT V As a Medicinal Food Impkriai. GrANTTM. which is simply a solid extract from very supe rior growths of wheat, is unexcelled, and is to-day tnc standard dietetic preparation for invalids, for the aged, and for the very young. " N. A m. J owrruU of HomaopaChy,'" N. x. Ihpebiaz, Ohaktbi has been before the public for manv veers, and is now resrarded as a standard preparation. There can be no doubt mat tnis is due to its uniformly superior quality, and the successful results obtained with it la all cases where a prepared food is required. "Popular Science Ifewt" Boston, Mast. P. Varnum Mott, M.D Boston, Mass., "The Microcosm." New York. "There are nume rous Foods that are much vaunted, and all have tneir aanerents. ispibul urahch, in mv hands, fleema to be all that is fllsimml f nr It. and experience has brought me to rely on its use wnere its special properties are Indicated, In infantile diseases ft has nroved vprv Affina, cious, and I always direct its use when a child is beinir weaned." The lives of untold thousands of infants have been saved by Imperial Granum, and careful mothers are loud in their praises of this well known food, and pharmacists can safely recom mend it. Proceedings Illinois Pharmaceutical .ssociatton. Sold By Druggists Ss , NEVvVy fONS.gYoBl Seabury's Sulphur Candles, DON'T YOU NEED ONE OR MORE OF " THESE ARTICLES? For purifying and disinfecting Closets. Htorp.KnnmiL rielln.nL Sinks, Stables, Outhouses, Chicken ijooiw, j,iro iges, c. Seabury's Hydronaphthol Soap, For diseases of the Hkin and Scalp, such as Tetter, Kineworm, Eczema ocaotes, ocaiey .eruptions, timing. Sweating Feet, DandnuT, Failing siair, Dtuutsr s lien. AC. Hydronaphthol Pastilles, For purifyiDK the Sick-room, ex pelling Mosquitoes and Insects, and destrovunr disease arerms. Mead's Corn fit Bunion Piasters For all Kinds of Foot troubles. Benson's Plaster For Aches, Pains and Strains. Sold by all Drugsrists. ' SEABUKT & JOHNSON, Sole Manufacturers. New York BARGAINS! BARGAINS I At George L. Streeter's Popular Jewelry Store. NEVER A BETTER CHANCE TO BUY - Watches or Silver Plated ffarji Than Is Now Offered. Scores of people are buying at Btraeter.a Great Bale. Mow is the time to buy Gold r Silver watcnes or nne rjuver r la ted ware. Fancy Clocks, etc This sale is imperative, owing to oentemplated changes. The prices are so low that a like chance XS seiuum VIA OI CU, M GEORGE L. STREETER'S OLD BTSTJaBT.F, BTOBK, anil T4 Chapel Street. VAULTS AND CESSPOOLS Thoroughly-and Neatly Doufe OEDKESiltEFT AT B. B. Bradley A Co.s, 05 State Street, ' 3. T. Leightoa'g, 89 Broadway, B. Veitch Son's, V! Chapel street. ' term receive prompt attention. Satisfaouoa irna fB&A. XitS itOA COUBSCUOXi, faf IS BPLKE1EY SE BBWAPBli A Uwalr Time i HartTarst Tfce Bnllreley Kattallon and New Britain Tonne Republicans Addresses and Coneratnlationa. The Morgan G. Balksley battalion of Hart ford appeared for the first time in their new uniforms Wednesday evening, and were con gratulated on every hand, both on their neat appearance and soldierly bearing. They were formed in six companies. The uniform Is unique in political organizations, and is exceedingly taking. It is creamy white, with black facings, the men wearing spiked helmet, while those of the officers are sur monntad by white plumes, the major being distinguished by a red plume. The gun tor ches carried by the men are a threat improve ment on the old style. . About 160 uniforms were in line, the staff marching in plain clothes, their uniforms not being; ready. The battalion, together with the New Brit ain Yonng Men's Bepnblican dab, one hun dred strong, headed by Colt's band, marched to Mr. Bolkeley's residence. Colt's band played a selection, at the close of which Major Newton, commanding the battalion, approached the veranda, upon which Mr. Bnlkeley appeared, the band playing "Hail to the Chief." The battalion greeted Mr. Bnlkeley with hearty cheers, closing with the U-u-l-at-e-l-e-y." Major Newton then spoke follows: Mayor Bnlkeley la behalf of the Morgan Q. Bnlkeley battalion, whioh I have the honor to command. I heartily coneratnlate yon on your mnanimons nomination by the Republican State convention as governor. In honoring you the convention has done honor to itself, and we feel that it has doubly non ored this organization, which bears your name. This is a working organization, Dd will do eveaything in its power to forward the election of Harrison and Morton, and of Morgan G. Bnlkeley for governor of Connec ticut. Great applause and cheers. J Major Newton closed by introducing the Hon. George P. McLean, who said that they came to greet the next governor of Connec ticut. In November, when the ballots were counted, they wonld come again, and they were as certain to come again as that they were here to-night. They knew that where Morgan G. Bnlkeley led, victory was sure to follow. Applause. J They knew that he wonld make a prudent, conscientious gov ernor. . Mr. McLean then dwelt briefly upon the issues of the campaign, and closed by saying that the demonstration of last even ing means victory it means young blood and willing blood, and he wonld like to ' march with them every time they turn ont, until he could take Mr. Bulkeley's hand es governor. Applause. Mr. McLean then introduced Mr. Burr, the president of the New Britain club, who warmly congratulated Mr. Bnlkeley upon his nomination. He said the Republicans of New Britain hoped to join in placing the grand old state of Connections In that galaxy of .Repub lican stars where she belongs. He closed by taking Mr. Uulkeley by the Hand and renew ing his oonaratnlations. Mr. Buikeley then stepped forward and was grested with enthosif itio cheering. He said: - Major Newton, gentlemen of the battalion and friends of the Young Bepnblican club of New Britain I thauk you, sir, for the com pliment yon paid me early by selecting my name. I thank you for your presence here to-day, as an endorsement of the aotion of to day's convention. Above all things I desire the confidencs, respect end gesd w;U of my mends and neiguuotj. These have been shown me for many years in the varior pub lic positions wt'.ch l nave cxroplcd, and to these I am indabted for the position which I have the honor to-hold to-night. We are about to enter upon a great nation al campaign for tte control of the goveia ment for the next four years. One treat liv ing question at i"3ue is of specie! iiterest to this State of Connecticut. I era persuaded that yon are deeply interest 3d in a question which is of such vital imp irtance to the State and nation. You have enlisted nnder the same flag which the boys in blue carried twenty-five years ago. Applausa. - You are battling in a noble warfare for the pro tection ox your nome ana ox tne great Ameri can idea of caring for her industries. The eyes of the country are upon Connecticut, and they will be fxed upon her until the votes are counted next November. A voioe, "You'll get yours."! . I am exceedingly pleased that a battalion bearing my name, accompanied by an organ' ization from a neighboring city, should be the first to congratulate me on what is, in meesure, a gratification of a personal ambi tion. I can only say that if eleoted I shall use my ear jest endeavor to serve the State faithfully rnd coricientiously. Great ap plause. I Mr. buikeley then introduced the Hon. E. S. Day, chairman of the Republican State committee, wno made a rousing speech. Mr. Bnlkeley read a telegram received by mm from rank Jf . JJiair, of unieago, warm ly congratulating him upon his nomination and predicting the success of the Bepnblican party. The members of the New Britain club then passed in front of the veranda, and Mr. Bnlk eley took the hand of each man. Then the band played another selection, and with re newed cheers for the nominee the assemblage dispersed, the Buikeley battalion escorting the New Britain club to the depot. The New Britain club made a very neat appearance. - The members carried canes, and the stars arid stripes were wrapped around their hats. They claim the honor of being the first "in the field" to serenade Mr. Buikeley, as they were on the park before 8 o'cloCk. This elnb was the second Republi can organization in the State for this cam- pain, and numbers ouu members. THI COUBT HECOKU. City Court Criminal side - Jades Pickett. Violation of liquor law John F. Shea, uatnenne, reter uunuiy, continued to Au gust 18. Theft Charles Shepard from John E. Bas- sett, Paul Boessler, jr., J. M. Kehoe, George W. Bruce, continued nnder $350 bonds for 30 days; Carlos Monney from John E. Bas- sett, Paul Roeesler, J. M. Kehoe, George W. Bruse, nolled on payment of costs. Hiram H. Harris, 10 days in jail. Breach of the peace Patrick MoDarmott against Edward C'urran, discharged; Thomas uealey against u-szie uealey, discharged: William Lutz continued to August 17; James Lyons against Owen Kenney, continued to Auirnst 17: Stenhen Maher asrainst John Oaa. sin, $3 fins and $6.24 costs; John Crvin against Stephen Maher, judgement suspend ed; John Ryan, $1 fine, $6.69 oosts; Max Burkele against Isabella Burkle, $10 fine, SD.Z4 oosts. Vagrancy Richard Nugent. Defrauding boarding horue George W. Yale, continued to August 22. Non-support of wife Patrick O'Rourke, tuBonargeo. Evading paying railroad fares John Dil lon, James Carroll, $5 fine and $1.43 costs in each Conrt Notes. Prosecuting Agent Tuttle caused the arrest of Peter Gilhuly, who was formerly in the liquor business, on a charge of violation of the liquor' law. Gilhuly was defended by Attorney Fox in the City court yesterday, but the case was continued for Mr. Tuttle to procure testimony. It looks as though the latter had made mistake. . Mr. Gilhuly will sue Mr. Tattle for false imprisonment. Kelly moment. Charles Sheppard and Carlos Monney, the two youthful thieves, were before the City court yesterday. They ware defended by Attorney Frank H. Kelly, who pleaded elo quently for the accused. The court said he appreciated the situation and would allow Monnev to aa noon the navment of costs. The Sheppard boy's case is continued for a tew montns. if na benaves himself he wiu be discharged, and if he don't he will be tak en Into court and sentenced. HOME SCLE. Bri, s?nrnell at nyetto-says ho Party. la Falsely Aecnsed. Mtsttc, Conn., Aug. 18. Mrs. Delia Stew art Parnell, addressing the national conven tion of the Universal Peace anion to-day, avowed full sympathy with the peace move ment and said that the home rule party had always acted on peace principles, Beplying to questions sae stated that she had known the secrets of the horns rule party from the start, and the charges of the London Times that Mr. Parnell and his colleagues have eon nived at assassination or violence are, to,her personal knowledge.routrageously false. Mem bars are present from Europe, Asia and Afri ca, and one of the speakers styles the con vention as a parliament of mankind.. The members from Asia and Africa have been in. alructed to organize branches of the peace Union wherever practicable here. . " Xlonnd Over. " George Bradley, who shot and killed Lillie Potter at Flain villa Saturday, was yesterday bound over to the Superior cxrart. He was lodged In the Hartford jail. ' " For Mental Depression Use Boraforsl'a Acta Phosphate Dr. L. C. S. Turner. Colfox. Ia.. says: "I am very much released with it in mental de P1".1?", 4101,1 gMWo trouMei.' . . emamewuutw 1 AT WEST HATER'S SHORE. Proprietors In Kallroa Crowe Hot eo Bath at Variance Xne Xwentletn Connecticut Tolnntaers to Hold a Be anion Hartroraera to Visit Savin Reek Entertainments at tba Hotels Cosalp Arrivsxla, etc From all appearances the warfare which has been constantly engaged in by several Grove business men, is coming to an end muoh to the satisfaction of all at the shore. The unpleasantness which has existed among those doing business in Railroad grove has been distasteful to visitors and has undoubt edly deterred a few from going to the Grove With a large and commodious grove, a clean sandy beach where bathing facilities are un surpassed, with pleasant drives and amuse ments, there is ao reason existing why the West Shore should not gain a popularity as a picnio ground and seashore resort muoh greater than it even now enjoys. - The twenty-third annual reunion of the Twentieth Conneotiont volunteers will be held at the Hills' Homestead, August 30. About seventy-five members with their fami lies are expected and there will be representa tives from all over the State. - A business meeting will first be held and a banquet ser ved at 1 p. m. The committee of arrange ments consists of S. E. Chaffee, H. C. Hig gins, William Ames and A. C. Austin. Mr. i.M. uooiey, tne wooster street dairy man, is spending a short vacation with his family at a shore cottage on Beach street. Conductor Royce of the West Haven horse cars will leave his duties in a short time to spend a vacation with a brother in Nebraska. Mr. Boyoe will return about October 1: Carlton, the magician, gave an interesting performance to a good audience at the Beach House Tuesday evening. Mr. George Ball of the company is making arrangements for an entertainment at the Grove Cottage. Later in the season the Sea View House will again be visited by tne uaricon company. Two car conductors of the West Haven horse railroad have been suspended by Supt, Ward for improper oonduot. A merry party of ten young people known as the "Elsie club" were dined at Twitchell's Massasoit the other evening. Landlord G. W. Van Horn of the Beach House is an expert in the game of quoits and has a set of playing weights which he prises quite highly. A place has been set apart near the hotel where the sport can be in dulged in. Mr. Van Horn now proposes to wager the price of shore dinners upon three men whom he will name against any other three men in the State. A match game is to be played snortiy tor a purse. To-morrow, Saturday, the employee of Colt's pistol factory .together with those from the UUeney bux factory of Soutu Manchester. are expected to enjoy the salt breeze. Another large Hartford party is also expected on the same day. Hartford boasts of some fine swimmers. and Mr. M. P. Donahue, the bathing house proprietor, nas orxered a silver cup to the winner in a swimming contest between a number of Hartforders Saturday. The dis tance is to be one-half a mile in length, and they will start from the Donahue bathing pavillion. A few New Haven swimmers are desirous of entering as contestants in the ar tels. The condition of Proprietor Converse of Grove Cottage remains unchanged, and he wiu snortiy be removed to a neighboring cot tage at the shore. Miss Gertrude Blake, a well known singer of Hartford, who has lately been sojourning at the Grove Cottage, has returned to her Capitol City home. Tuesday the directors and officers of the John Hancock - Life Insurance company of Boston were tended a complimentary dinner at mine nost xwitoneiis by tneir New Haven representative, Mr. J. R. Ford. The presi dent, Mr. Qiepnen xioaes, and Mr. n. x . (Jul ver, general superintendent, were present, During the refreshments brief speeches were made. . a Done ten gentlemen participated. An unusually large number of people spent Sunday at the shore and all the available rooms at the hotels were secured. The Sea View accommodated over one hundred and ten guests, and the Beach House, Grove Cot tage, Massasoit and Lucas Houses were as well patronized. The combination which was engaged to give performances in the Grove during this weex was obliged to cancel tne engagement. The cause is that the directors of the Grove have decided not to allow the theatricals, as complaints were made by a few Grove busi ness men who claim that their business waa seriously affected during the performances, One of the favorite seashore houses at the ahore is Skeeles' cottage, opposite Skeeles' pavilion. So popular is it that people of means come there from all parts of the conn- try and tne rooms are often booked ahead, Among the new arrivals this week are Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bennettrf Jacksonville, Fla. , who arrived yesterday. They left Jack sonville just before the epidemic of yellow fever set in and will stay .North till the cold weatner drives away tbat scourge. Mr. Ben nett is a well known business man of Jack' sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilkinson of Matteawan also arrived this week and among the guests at the cottage are ladles and gen tlemen from Springfield, Hartford and Nauga tuck. The Naugatuck party was increased by four more arrivals yesterday. Skeeles' bathing houses are greatly patronized and are thoroughly well kept and patronised by many families and a hoet of visitors. New floats have been added and other facilities. TJnoaa council, Knights of Columbus, from TJnionville, held high carnival at the shore yesterday. They with friends accompanying numbered tnree nnnored and lorty-eignt, Grand Knight Hogarty, Secretary Keena (Keno) and Prompter T. W. Hlggins were along, also Mr. Myers, a wealthy citizen of New Hartford and a strong friend of Unoas, with ths members of which he is moat popu lar. Prompter Higgins, who is a popular fireman in the bolt shop, TJnionville, showed that he was still an adept at prompting and conversant with Loomia' landers, the dances in the grove according to the tactics of Prof. Loorais of New Haven, being highly popular. The boys on the voyage home all carried canes, and a highly sociable time was enjoyed by the uncasttes, as is always tne case when they set ont for a holiday or social occasion Conductor Higgins of the horse railroad who has been ill for several days, returned to duty yesterday. Ha is one of the veteran conductors of the road and bas a host of friends. BXAVTXW HOTSB. L. S. Parsons and wife, Thomsston: E. G. Jndson, B. J. Waters, Badlands, California; William J. Schlegel and family, Waterbury F. E. Howard and wife, Ansonia; Mrs. Ar thur Hiroh, Hartford; Mrs. Edward Dooley and familv, Springfield; George H. Goodwin Waterbnrv: W. X. Baker and wife, Spring field: Mr. Benjamin W. Bright, Thompson- viile: Miss Edith Parsons, Thomsston: r. D, Ryan and family, Hartford; Mr. Andrew Ewing and faaally, Thompaonvilie; Mrs. nel son Davis afar family, Northampton; John J. Loomis and family, Bufusld: Mr. D. Paton and children, Yonkers, N. Y.; M.. rlobert bmltn, in aw nsruora; miss j. Paton. England: Mrs. W. D. Allen, Chicago: L. D. Barker and children, Hartford; Orange Howes, An astasia, Fla.; ir. H. Fagan, Derby; J. M. MulTille, Nausatucx; J. sn instead, Springfield: H. B. Lewis, Hartford; Harry J. Stengle, Hartford; Mrs. S. O.Hardy, Spring- Held; Miss t . Li. eatcneiuer, opringneia; Mrs. C. W. LAWis, rvew urieans. BEACH HOVSK. G. E. Fisher. Amherst, Mass.: Mrs. G. E, Fisher, Amherst, Mass.; Mrs. H. Smith, South Hadley; H. H. Peck, - Woodbury; R. Wood, Ansonia: W. H. Oullom, Hartford: G. S. Warner, Hartford; D. E. Sprayton and wife, l. ferry and wife.Kev. IS. U. John son, Waterbury; Fred Lum, -New Haven; George Phelps, New Haven; H. Croft, Philadelphia; W. J. Blakeslee, Hart ford, Ct.; J. F. Brown, Hartford, Ct.; i. a. weexs, savin kook; a. woods and wife, Ansonia; J. F. Guilford and family, new xorx; Jonn Howard, Thomsston; H, Patten, H. S. Patten, H. F. Patten, A. O, Patten of Yonkers, N. Y. ; Geo. Phelps, New York; Geo. Smith, Waterbury; Michael wood, Hertford. OBOVI COTTAGE. Mrs. S. W. Bailer. Mrs. E. J. Burleigh. Miss Gladys Burleigh, Miss C. Curtiss, Frank ju-eisey and wire, all ot JNew Haven: Jonn H. Cook, Ansonia; Mines Annie and - Jessie Winship, New York; J. F. Coleman, New xorx; jonn a. jcuuey and wife, Hartford; Misses Brazel, Gertrude Blake, Minnie T. Blake, Hartford; Miss Rose Duffy, Kensing ton, ut.: u. . rouocx. jNewbursr. N. J. ; Wm. Bancroft, Chesterfield, Mass. ; E. W. Longworth, Waterbury, Conn.; wm. r. iana, fiamoro; jr. uooney, Wind sor Looks; Patrick Milriok, Barkhamsted; Miss S. Gill, Bridgeport; Miss Bessie Col gan, Bridgeport; Chas. C. Beardon, Hart ford: James H. Daley, Parkville; I. McGre vy, Spring Grove; S. A. Moran, Windsor jLioexs; aioeepn wnippie, James tx. jrahey, Windsor Looks; L W. Keller, Hartford: M. tji rwiM. ljrauA.. -Dvm r , i. f buuivu, ww&uQU, auiup ASUM sua WU9, Bpnugaeia, mass. HASBABOrT HOTSB. C. W. Mnnson and wife, Beacon Falls: D. F. Osborn and wife, Ansonia; O. B. Bailey, Hartford; W. B. Cortin, J. B. Porter. E. O'Hara. Dr. O'Hara, P. O'Hara, J. P. Elliott, Miss Kate McDonald, all of Waterbury; Miss J. Gaffney, Ansonia; L. D. Moss, West Cheshire; J. Harrington, Miss Walker, Wm. Walker. Miss Clark, Mrs. O. Allen, all of Waterbury; W. A. Barker, Clinton, Edward Wright, Meridan. Mr. Hiram Miner, one of the oldest inhab itants of Terryville, died on Sunday after an illness of several weeks. The funeral was attended from his late residedoe, a few miles north of the Tillage, Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock. ... . . : i PlalBvlUo Camp meeting. Wednesday morning many recent comers gathered at the social meetings, and at 10 o'clock a large company gathered in front of the stand to hear the sermon by the Bev. C. S. Williams, of Seymour, from Isaiah liv. 11 and 12. At 1 o'clock the annual meeting of the association was held, and the treasurer, N. Smith, having died during the year, J. M. Parker had been appointed and reported that the present indebtedness was $765, with the prospect of reducing it this week at least one-third. : The following board of trustees was eleoted for the year: J. W. Beach, D. D., E. S. Clapp, J. M. Parker, J. H. Sessions, B. G. Hibbard, O. A. Baldwin, M. W. Terrill, W. H. Stafford, W. A. Gregory, W.J.Smith, W. F. Dann, T. Leavitt. At a subsequent meeting of the trustees B. G. Hibbard was eleoted president, J. M. Parker secretary and W. F. Dann treasurer. At 2 o'clock the Rev. G. E.'Reed of New Haven preached from Acts xxvi, 19, "I was not disobedient unto the heavenly vision." - In ' the evening Dr. Pullman of New Britain preaohed. Yester day morning the Bev. C. B. Pitblado of Hart ford preached and on Friday Dr. T. Hanlon of New Jersey and Bishop D. A. Goodsell, formerly pastors in New Haven and Meriden, are expected to preach. - A Snxeestlen from las Ansonia "Sen Unela," It has been discovered that the use of wa ter from artesian wells in North Wales has had curious physiologioal effect, and anthro pologists are studying it. It is said that in that country artesian wells were sunk to get a better supply of water. It was secured.and now follows the fact that six sets of twins have been born into the families of those who use the water; This may be a hint for Hart ford people who look with jealous eyes at the rapid strides Bridgeport is making to wards the first city in the State. Ansonia Sentinel. An Unknown man Killed Near aln - nlplae Station. . Francis--Beaumont, a milkman living in North Haven, was walking down the track of the Consolidated road about 4:30 o'clock yes terday morning. Near the brick yard of Horace P. Shares, known as yard No. 2, just this side of Qainnipiao station, he found the body of a man who was about thirty years old lying beside the track. . He gave the in formation to the railroad officials and they in turn notified Deputy Coroner Pond. Medical Examiner Elliott was sent to view the body and report. Deoeased had sandy hair. His jaw was fractured and scalp badly torn and several of the toes of one foot were gone. He was probably killed while walking the track. He had in his pockets a oopy of a Meriden paper of Argust 13. Fnneral or am Estimable Cnrlstlai Xiadr. The funeral of Mrs. Jane Smith took place yesterday afternoon at the residence of her husband. Mr. Charles Smith; at No. 68 Congress avenue in this city. Mrs. Smith was a very excellent woman, being a consis tent member of the United (Congregational) church in this city. She attended church last Sabbath as usual, but later in the day became suddenly ill and died in great pain Tuesday evening at 8 o'olock. Bev. James B. Cleveland, of this city, officiated at the funeral in the absence of Bev. Dr. T. T. Man ger, pastor of the United church. The bur ial was in the Evergreen cemetery. A Blc Capital. The Continental Construction provement company, organized in and this Iuv city several years ago for building the Boston, Hoosac and Western railroad, has jUBt filed its annual statement at the town clerk's of fice. The principal capitalists are New Yorkers. It has capital stock of $5,729,000 and personal estate of $2,380,000. The debts amount to about $30,000 and the credits $1,- 000. There are about 57,000 shares of stock, which are held by A. Kountz, of New York, for the trustees. An attempt was made some time ago by a New York banker to get the United States court in Connecticut to close up the affairs of the company on the ground that it had built the road and accom plished that for whioh it was organized. The petition was denied. The company has leased the road to the Fitohburg road and the desire was to get the latter preferred stock distributed. STATE COKRESPONDKNCE. SomUalnston. Aug. 16. The house where Abraham Napel lired in the northeastern part of the town waa destroyed by fire Monday erening. It was insured for Souu. He lost some lurnl tnre and tobacco and cizar tools. Total loss about $800. The Rev. Father Hunt's pionio was well patronized Wednesday. Editor C. S. Hariland of the Fhosnix at tended the Thomas Jndd family pionio in Cheshire on Wednesday. The Rev. George E. Niohols will preach at the Baptist ohurch Sunday. Patrick Grady and John Doyle of Bristo while drunk on Center street beat the horse which they were driving and were arrested and each paid a fine. Three Sonthington sports saw the game Tuesday between the New York and Chicago nines. The Rev. Samuel Dunham of Binghamp- ton, N. Y ., is visiting here. POLITICAL.. North. Haven. There will be a meeting of the Young Republican club of North Haven in Linsley's Hall on Friday evening, Aug. 17. at which time important business will oe transacreo. All mem Derm are earnestly re quested to De present. rer uraer. Secretary. Attention Swedes I The Swedish Republicans are requested to meet to-morrow, Friday, night, at 8 p. m. in the old Rus sell school hall, where the Swedish Baptists meet. te elect committees and do other business of impor tance, rer order, u. s.. j-lmstkdt, J. A. WesUund, Secretary. President. To Prevent attal Care Cholera Infantum By the nee of Lactated Food this terrible disease can be prevented and eared. It is the safest food for hot weather. Babies who use it during the summer months are good-natur ed, fat and healthy. ala eodotw - Aside o mothers. Uxs. "Wlnsiow's Soothing Syrup for ehU drer teething is the prescription of one of tht, best female nurses and physicians in tue United States, and has been nsed for forty years with never failing success by millions at mothers for their children. Uurlng the process of teething its Taiuels incalculable. It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen tery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels and I 1 11 t 1f 1 1J.1. X 41 -1-J1 J IA rears tne mother, race ac a ooiue. aSmwfiwly When Baby was sick, we gave her QASTOBXA, Whssj she Was a Child, she cried for CABTORIA, When she became Kiss, she elrmg to CA8TOBIA, Wbenahe had QdUna, she gave tnem O ASTOBXA, High -Pressure Living characterizes these modern days. The result is a fearful increase of Brain svnd Heart Diseases General De ; billty, Insomnia, Paralysis, and In- sanity. Chloral and Morphia augment the evil. The medicine best adapted to do permanent gpod is Ayer's Sar saparilla. It purifies, enriches, and T vitalizes the blood, and thus strengthens every function and faculty of the body. "I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla, in my family, for years. I have found it invaluable as A Cure for Nervous Debility caused by an in active liver and a low state of the blood." -Henry Bacon, Xenia, Ohio. "For seme time I have been troubled with heart disease. I never found any thing to help me until I began using Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I have only used this medicine six months, but it has re lieved me from my trouble, and enabled : me to resume work.!' J. P. Carzanett, Perry, 111. "I have been a practicing physician for over half a century, and during, that time t .have never found so powerful and reliable an alterative and blood purifier as Ayer's Sarsaparilla." Dr. M. Maxatart, Louisville, Ky. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, PBXPABBD BT Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Mass. 'Jffg W. W"i Worth S bvttte. A Happy The colored brother laughs in anticipation at the 'ca,t Wore him. The melon Is tickled beyond exprea-ion as It thinks of the kinks it will tie to that darky's stomach. The owl, wise bird, hovers near, knowing that Bahtord's GrsosR, will soon be needed. . - Sji-iFoitD'8 Ginger, compounded of Imported Ginger, Choice Aromatlcs, and French Brandy, convenient, speedy, and safe. Is the quintessence of all that is preventive and curative in medicine. It Is sure to check summer Ills, prevent Indi grsllon, destroy disease germs In alltho water drG&k, restore the circulation when suspended by a chill', and ward off malarial, contagious, and epi demic influences. Beware of worthless " gingers " offensively urged by mercenary druggists on those who call for SANFORD'S GINGER, The Delicious Summer Medicine. An KsTectlve Bear Kaial . Carrie, the Prices Down ojr lTraetlonal Points A Slight Rally Jnst Before the Close Is Not Sufficient to Resist the Decline. Nsw Tork. Aug. 16. The stock market to day was entirely at the mer cy of the bear operators. All the stocks on the active list sustained losses during the day, but tney were limited to fractions, and the volume of trading was so light that the decline was nst considered sig nificant. The bear attack was directed chiefly against St. Paal. The advance was lost in the after noon, however, when the bear raids were resumed, and in the last hour the lowest prices of the day .were reached. Dispatches from Washington re porting heavy bond purchases by the secretary of the treasury.and the action of the Burlington direc -tors in declaring a dividend cf 1 per cent., then caused a decided improvement ia wnich Burlington led and a partial recovery was made all through the list, but the favorable news came too late to have its full effect and the list olosed steady, at a decline. Railroad bonds were firm. The total sales were SI, 561 ,000. Closing prices reported over the private wires o' BUNNELL A SCRANTON, Bankers and Brokers: Bid Asked. Am. Cotton Seed Oil 37 Alton & Terre Haute 42 Alton & Terre Haute Pfd 80 Atlantic & Pacific Boston & N. T. Air Line Pfd 10OJ4 Burlington & Quincy Ill O. C. C. A 1 65 Cameron Coal Canada Southern ; 53J Canadian 'racific 57 Central Pacific 35J4 Chicago & Alton.. 1 131 Coesapeace & Ohio 13J Chesaoeake & Ohio, 1st Pfd 11J4 Chesapeake Ohio 2d Pfd .. ... 11M Chic, St. Louis & Pitts 12 Chic. St. Louis Pitts Pfd 33 Oin. W. B 2 Oin.W. B.Pfd 4 Colorado Coal 36H Consolidated Gas 79J4 Columbus & Hocking Valley 27J Del. Lack. & Western Del. & Hudson Canal 117 Denver & Bio Grande 14H Denver & Bio Grande Pfd .. 50 East Tenn.. Va ft Ga 10 37tf 47J . 9K 101 1HX 56 35 53 135 18 HM 12-ti 134 35J &a 5i4 87 79H 23 137 118 21 51 10H 69 25 274 64 98H 17H 49J6 151 111 17 145 15V4 16 120 14 East Tenn., Va. Ga. 1st, Pfd..... 68 East Tenn., Va. & Ga 2d Pfd 24V$ Erie 97H rrie na o4& Erie Seconds ' B8 Erie & Western 17 Erie and Western preferred........ 499$ Express Adams 148 American . 109 United States 764 Weils, Fargo 136 . Houston andTexas . 13 In. Bloom, ft W 15 Illinois Central 118)4 Kansas ft Texas Vlii Lake Shore 65 Louisville ft Nashville 68 Manhattan Elevated 91 Maryland Coal 11 HictuganhJentrai BB9i Mii.. L. Shore ft Western 58 Mil.. L. Shore ft W. pfd 90 Minn, ft St-Louis 6M Mian. ft. St. Louis pfd. 14 Missouri Pac BOH Mobile ft Ohio 10)4 Nashville ft Chattanooga 82 New Central Coal 10i4 Hew Jersey Central . . 87 New Tork Central 107M New Sors ft New Kng 4294 Hocking.Coal ft Iron 23J-6 N. Y. Susq. ft West 9 N. . Susq. ft West, pfd 33 N. T..U. ft St. Louis 17 S.T..US St. Louis pfd 71 . Y.. N. H. ft Hartford. 328 Norfolk ft Western 18H Norfolk ft West pfd 49) Northern Pacific s&tu Northern Pacific pfd 57 Northwest... 11294 Northwest Pfd 143U Oil Certificates 83 Ohio ft Mississippi 2394 Omana 40 Omaha pfd 307 Ontario ft Western. 16)4 Oregon Navigation 93 Oregon Transcontinental fKM Oregon Short Line to Pacific Mail S6W Peoria. D. and Kvansviiie Sl'u Pullman Car Co )S7 Beading ag Biehmond ft West Point . i4H Richmond ft W. P. pfd 7SU Bock Island 107 San Francisco SIM Ban Francisco pfd 7i San Francisco 1st pfd US St. Paul 7ij 8. Paul pfd iio? St. Paul and M jooW Bt Paul ft Duluth eo St Paul ft Duluth,pfd 100 Texas IPacifle... ?4&g Onion Paeife Wabash 1414 Wabash pfd sfiU Westera Union Tel g-j Wheeling Lake Erie S8 Total sales, 114.589. Qoyramect bonds eloss i as follows- Ms, 9I res ttts, ouup is, 1807. reg la, 190T, coup... Currency (Sa, "95 : Ourrancy6a, '98. , Currency s. '97 .... Currency fa, '98. Correncv So. '99 . ealeas-o Ml Prowlaloa Haf ktk The folios) ws tka closing qnotatlona at 1 P. 84. in i compared with the same on the tw,o prev, An: Okashur quotations regular Board, UeporMd over private wires to Btnnnrjj. & Scaurros, bankers and brokers, 108 Orange street. New Haven, Conn. Aug. Is. 83 HtDI MV Wheal Cora Oata Pork Lard niUAL NowinProgress. s 854 Oliapel Street ...I07Kal07M ...107ai07H ...lCTelsT. ...l7!al27M .. 120 ...:23M - ..iso2 Aug. 14. Aug. 15. (Aug B1H H I Dept...... OX BY? 03 ' yet. rrj 8 geo 84 85 86 Nov 88J 892 91 Aug 45Jd 44M 44H Sept 45 44U 442 ' Oct. 44M 43jJ 44U May S9U S9U 89U Nov aft 4ij 41 Aug 87T 27J, 38 gePt 24H 25 25 get 24 84 S4t Nov 2 34M Aug '13.43U li.W 13.35 Sept. 13.42& . 18.20 IS 85 Oct 18.42 13.20 18.40 Nov..... .18.70 18.60 12.721 Aug. 8.75 8.75 8.85 Sept, 8.75 8.75 8.85 Oct....,,... S.72K 8.70 8.130 .Nov 7.00 7.S7H . T.75 SALE M.Bristol & Sod Combination As a summer drink, with water, milk, iced water, lemonade, effervescent draughts, and mineral waters, it is the best. Mothers worn out with the carea of maternity or the household, orwhen weak, nervous, and hyster ical, should take a dose of that delicious invlgor ant,ANPOEl'9 Ginger. No other remedy 13 eo desirable for delicate women, young children, and the aged. For the nervous, sleepless, -and mentally ana physically overworked or worn out, Bakfokd's Ginger Is a pure and safe invigorator. It eradi cates a craving for intoxicants in thceo addicted to their excessive use, strengthens the nervea, assists digestion and promotes sleep, and builds up thoso reduced by disease, debility, and dissipation. . Never travel without Bahtobd'b Ginoek. SANFORD'S GINGER Is sold by all Broggista end Grocers. financial. STOCKS AND BONDS FOB SALE. 25 shares Air Line SB. preferred. 100 shares Grillev Company. 10 shares N. T. and N. J. Telephone Co. $1,000 N. Y , N. H. Hartford KB. 4's, 1908. $b,000 Housatonic KB. 5's of 1937. $10,0 0 Chicago & No. West RK. 5's of 1933. $10,000 Chicago, Burlington & Q. BR. 5's of 1913. $5,000 Delaware & Hudson Canal Co. 7's. tS.OCO Cin. Int. St. Louis & Chicago BB. 6'8. 1,0:0 Western Union Telegraph 7's. $10,000 City of Bath, Maine, 4's. Lombard Investment Company uuaranteea biz per cent. Donas. W.T. HATCH & SONS, MASS. REAL ESTATE CO Boston, mass. SAFE HOME INVESTMENT, New England's best Commercial Beal 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 Office Honrs 2 to 5 p. my31 3m Street. SECURITY INSURANCE CO OF NEW HAVEN. OFFICE 37 CENTER STREET, CASH ASSETS Jan. 1, '88, $638,873.37, dibsctobs: Cornelius Pierpont, A. C. Wilcox, Joel A. 8 perry, S. E. Merwin, H. Mason. Chas. S. Leete, Jan. D. Dewell, Daniel Trowbridge, J as. M. Mason, J. A. Bishop, Wsn. CHAS. S. LEETE, President. J. D. DEWELL, Vice President. R. Tyler. H. MASON, Secretary. H. C. FULLER, Assist. Secretary. WESTERN FARM LOANS, FIRST Mortgage security on improved farms in Kansas, Colorado and Washington Territory, giving a sign rate or interest to investors. Clarence E. Thompson, Successor to Samuel Q. Thorn, BowoUteli Ilulldine;, 102 Orange St., ap21 Old number 72 V4- STOCKS AND BONDS. $5,000 Northampton RB. Co. Cons. 6's. $5,000 " . " " ' 5's. 20 shares Danbury and Norwalk B. B. Co. 27 shares Mechanics' Bank. 9 shares Yale National Bank. 25 shares National Tradesmen's Bank. 13 shares Second National Bank. 2 shares Merchants' National Bank. 50 shares L. Candee ft Co. 100 shares New England Transportation Co. FOR SALE BY II. C. WARREN & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, 129 STREET Guaranteed Mortgages PAYING 7 PER CENT. XMOTIATSD BT THS Hamilton Loan and Trust Company Falsi Up Capital 9100,000. Semi-Annual Coupon Bonds running- Ave yean. mwiwt inu principal payaoie at tne Oraco Of BROWN BROTHERS & CO., N. Y. These bonds are secured by First mortgages ou Improved Western Farms and other property wunu Hire, iiina amount ul loan, ana arc amounts varying from S3O0 to 32.000. This Company assifrns the bond and mortgage over to tne uiveswr, ana as an aaaitionai security KB araniees interest and principal. For pamphlets and full Information send to, or INI F. W. J. SIZER, je4 811 Chapel street, New Haven INVESTMENT SECURITIES. !0 shares N.Y., N. H & Hartford RK. Ce. stock. 25 shares Adams Express Co. stock. 23 shares Host en A N. Y. Air Line Prefd stock. 20 shares Danbury A Norwalk RR. Co. stock. 40 shares N. Y. & N. Jersey Telephone Co. stock. 16 shares So. New Eneland Telenhnne rr t.nnk-. Second National bank stock. Merchants' National nans: stocs, xaie national Dank stock. Housatonic BR. Co. 5 per cent, bonds. BUNNELL & SCRANTON, Bankers ius urange Street. 8 Per Cent. Mortgages. Security 8 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 curity. Time one year, (two coupons), rnaking them very desirable for those seeking temporary investments. Also a good supply of 5 year T per miii uvuua iu suiiia w miib. JOHN KERLE1, MBce. 614 Oeorge Street VERMILYE & CO., BANKEBS AND BROKERS, 1 ".' " - Dealers In InTestment Securities. Not. 16 and IS Nanan St., NEW YORK CITY. JARSDEN G. PERRY, Successor to HENRY PLUMB, 83(5 Chapel Street, Invites inspection of the, large and select stock: of goods now on sale, including some exclusive styles in- Dress Trimmings, Embroideries, Laces. . Lace FIonnclnKs, Jet Ornaments, Passementeries, Hastdkercblels, RaemlBKS, . Klbbons, - . Hosiery, . Underwear, cilowes, . Poeketbooks, j Fans, etc Also a complete line of ' FANCT GOODS ; and a full assortment ot TOILET ARTICLES. JLnbln'8. Legrand's, Armant'f, and other choice extracts.- Epecial attention is called to the choice selection of INFANTS' AND CHILDREN'S All the stock is marked at POPULAR PRICES. Columbia Tarns In all shades. MARSDEH C. PERRY. NEW HAVEN POSTOFFICE. Office Hours March I to November 1. 7:00 a. m. to 8:00 p. m. November 1 to March 1, 7:30 a. m. to 8:00 p.m. Sundays from 12:00 m. to 1:03 p. m. Vestibule mw. tevr th uymnmndatiaB of the holders of lock boxes day and night. ARRIVAL AOT DBPARTURK Of MAILS. New York Open 7:00, 8: V a. m.. 13:00 m.. 2:45, :S0. 4 30. 7:80. S-OD o. m. Close 5-J, S:0. 10:00. 11:15a. m.. 12:30. 2:00.4:15. (7:lf. daiiv. including; Sundays,) 11:00 p. m. New York Railroad Way Open 8:i, li:00 a. m., 8:00 p. m. Close 5:80, 9:30 a. m., -J:0 p. m. itaitunore. wasainirton. 1'ntlaelDnia ana sown- era States Opn 7:00, 8:30, 11:00 a m. i'lose5:30, 9:00 a m., 4:13 (7:15, daily, including Sundays.) ii:ujp.m. cnicago ana western states onen t:vu. ii:w a, m., 2.30, 9 30 p. m. Close 5:30, 9:00 a. m., 4:15, (7:15, dally, includintr Sundays,) 11:00 p. m. n i nan y ana norinern new x ore upen i :uu. lw.av a.m., 2:30, 5:30, 9: JO p. m. Close 7:00, 9:C0, 11:15 m.. s:tu. a:45. 7:15. 11:00 r. m Bprinefield Railroad Way- Open 10:30 a. m., 3:30 p.m. uiose v:ia, iu:du a. m., ii:w p. m. ttoeton ana Aioanv tL. p. o.. west or tstmnneia Open 10:30 n . .uua. m., iz:ju, k:uu, :u p. m. uiose i.io, 0 a. mi. 12:30. 5:00. 11:00 n. m. Boston Onen 7:00 au m.. 12:30. 9 SO. 4:30. 7:08. 9:30 p, m. Close 7:15, 10:30 a. m., 12:30, 2:30, 6:00, p. in. maine. new HamDsnlre and Vermont ones 7:00. 10:30a.m., 2:30, 4:50, 9:30 D. m. Close 7:15. 10:80 . m., 5:00, 11:00 p. m. SpnnK&eld . Open 7:00. 10:00 a. m . 3:00. 4:30 and 9:30 p.m. Close 7:15, 10:30 a. m., 12:45,5:00,11:00 p. iu. uartrora upen 7:vu. iu:uu a. m.. 2:80. f:45. s:uv, 9:30 p. m. Close 7:15, 10:30 a. m., 1:30, 8:80, 5:00, :ia. ii:wn. m. Meriden Open 7:00, 10:30 a. m.. 8:80, 5:55, 9:30 D. m. Close 7:15. 10:30 a. m.. 12:30. 5:00. 11:00 "D. pevsnoiui vpeu i -w, iu:w sum., :, tszov p. m. Close 7:15, 10:30 a. m., 02:80, 5: GO, 7:30, 11:00 p. m. Wallingford Open 10:00 a. m., 2:30, 5:55 p. Close 6:00. 7:15. 10:30 a, m.. 5:60 n. m. wuumuHH upen ?:w, iu:au a. m., x:sv, v:su n. m. Close 7:15. 10:80 a. m.. 4:15. 11:00 o. m. Kensington Open 10:30 a. m,, 2:30 p. m. Close 7:15 a. m.. 4:15 n. m. North Haven Onen 10:80 a. m.. 2:30 d. m. Close 7:15. 10:30 a. m.. 5:00. 11:00 n. m. Briaeeoorc open v:uu. a:au. iz:uu a. m.. 2:30. a:au. 8:55,6:60 p.m. Close 5:30, 9:00,11:15a.m., 2:00, 4:15. 1 .10. ii:uu v. m. New ljonaon onen 7:uu. iv.au a. m.. s:uu. v:w. 9:30 p.m. Close 7:15, 10:00 a.m., 2:30,4:15,11:00 p. m. New London Railroad Way Open 10:30 a. m. 9:30 p.m. Close 7:15 a. m., 4:15 p. m. Branford, Guilford, Clinton Open 10:00 A m, 2:30 and 9:80 p. m. Close 7:15, 10:80 a m., 4:15 ani 11:00 o. m. Norwich and Eastern Connecticut Open 7:00 a. m., 3:00. 7:00, 9:30 p. m. Close 7:15, 10:30 a. m. 2:30. 4:15. 11:00 n.m. Providence and all Rhode Island Open 7:00, 10:30 a. ra., 3:iw, 7:uu. :ju p. m. (jloee 7:13, iu:30 a. m. 2:30. 11:00 D. m. Newport, B. L Open 7:00 A m., 3:30 p. m. Close 7:15. 10.30 a. m.. 3:15. 11:00 D. m. New Haven and Northampton Way Open 2:30, U:3Up. m. uioseo:au a. m., a:uu p. m. Oollinsville. Plantsville. TJnionville. Southim and New Hartford Open 10:30 a. m 2:30, 6:00, 9:30 r. m. Close 6:80. 10:30 a. m.. 8:00. 5:15 D. m. NaugatucK Railroad Way Open 10:30 a. m., 9:80 p.m. jiose v.ov a. m., n:w p. m. Watarburv Open 7:00. 10:30 A va.. 8:30. 5:30. 7:15, 9:30 p.m. Close 9:30, 10:30 A m., 2:00, 5:00, 11:00 b. m. Birmingham, Ansonia and Derby Open 10:30 a. m., 2:30, 4:30, 9:30p.m. -Close 5:30, 9:30 A m., 12:80. 5:00 n. m. Seymour, Oxford and Southford Open 10:80 a m and 9:30 n. m. Close 5:80 a. m.. 5:00 p. m. Orange -and Tyler City Open 10:30 a. m., 9:30 p. ill. v.ov a. ill., o.w p. 111. Housatonic Railroad Way Open 2:30, 7:30 p. m. Close 5:30 a. m.. 3:15 r. m. Connecticut Valley Road Way Open 2:80, 9:30 p. To. uiose 7:13, iu:uu a. m.. 12:43, n:uu p. m. Air Line Railroad Way Open 3:30, 9:30 p.m. Close 7:15 a. m.. 4:15 D. m. Durham, ClintonviUe and Northf ord 0 pen 10:80 a. m.. :30 d. m. Close 7:15 a. m.. 5:15 d. m. Middletown Open 10:30 a. m., 2:30, 5:30, 9:30 p. m. Close 7:13, iu:j a. m., ia:au, 3:13, jiruu p. m. uanDury upen y:uu, ix:w a. m., x:au, e:uu p. m. dose 5:30. a:iio. iu:30 a. m.. a: is. 7:15. u:uu d. b Milf ord Open 8:30, 11:00,12:00 a.m., 3:80,8:00 p. m. Close 3:au, :w, 11:13 a. m., x:w, 3:13 p. Colchester Open 2:30, 9:30 p. m., close 7:15 A m. 5:15 p. m. west Haven Open 9:15 A m., 1:00, 9:30 p. m. Close 8:00 a. m.. 2:00.5:00 n. m. Branch-Office Open 9:15, 12:00 a. m., 4:30, 9:30 D. m. Close 7:15. 9:30. 11:30 a. m.. 5:00 D. m. Westville Open 9:15 a. m., 1:30, 7:30 p. m. Close 7:15. 11:00 a. m.. 5:00 d. ra. North Branford and North Guilford Open 11:00 A m. uiose i:uu p. m. Foreign Open at 7:00 a. m., 4:30, 7:45 p. m. .Close o.m, v:uu, u:i3 a m., 12:43, 4:u, 7:30, 11 :w p. m. BENJAMIN R. ENGLISH. P. M. Duplex Corset. We are receiving, almost dairy, letters testifying to tne great ana sustained popularity ox tne uv PLEX CORSET. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Rock hill writes from Lebanon. Ohio, April 14th, 1888 : "Allow me to pay my tribute to the genius which Invented the Duplex. I have worn many different makes of corsets, but until I bought my first Du- pley in 187S or 1877, 1 never knew what a thorough ly comfortable corset was. I have worn no other kind since, and could not be Induced to unless they were not to be had. They are very reasonable In price, better wearing than those which cost more and satisfactory In every respect." For sale everywhere. Sample corset sent poet- paia on receipt ot u. Bortree Mfg. Co., Jackson, Mich Good Things Musical That Are Coming In the Fall. WHATEVER they are, the music to perform them, to understand them, to eniov them. will be found in the immense establishment of OLIVER DITSON &. CO., who have on hand : Concert Songs, Gospel Sonera, Sacred Sonca, school Songs, Sanatay School Sonse, Comic Souks, College Sonars, la bllee sons;, Popular Songs, Choir and Consreeatioail Music, Vonlc-Sol-Ea fflnsle, Catboltc lutnalc, Anthems and Choruses, Part Songs and Glees, Opera, Oratorio and Can tat at fdnsle, Collec tions of Music for Piano, Oraran and nil Other Instruments, And In fact livery Kind of Music that Is made. All this in the shape of Sheet Music, 3,000,000 Ieces; Octavo Music. 3,000 kinds, or of music col' ected in well bound books, 4,0C0 kinds. Bend for Lists. Catalogues, descriptions and advice. Any dqos maueu tor reiaui price. SOME OF THE NEWEST BOOKS ARK: "Piano Classics," 'Classical Pianist," "Young People's Classics," "Song Classics," Soprano; "Song Classics," Alto and Bass: "Classic Tenor Songs." Each $1. Very select and good music ' Bend the price of any book and receive it by re turn mail. The convenience of this arrangement is appreciated by thousands of customers. Oliver Ditson & Co., Boston. auS wftsAw EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws ich srovern the operations of digestion and nutri whic tion, s ad by a careful application of the fine proper ties ot well-selected Cocoa. Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored bev- eraare which but save us manv heaw doctors' bills. It is by the Judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually builtupuntilstrong enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hun dreds of subtlemaladiesarefloatingaroundus ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished frame." Civil Service Oazette. Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold only in half bound tins by Grocers, labeled thus: jAMbu Kf ra s co uomcsepatnio Chemists, snil tuAwtf London. Kn eland. nCCV BURGLARY, FIRE, Utr I FORGERIES. B HIR1NG:A SAFE IN THE VAULT Mercantile Safe Deiosit Co Annual rental of safe from FIVE to SIATViDOL LARS. Absolute security for Bonds, Stocks, Wills, Bullion. Plate. Jewelry. Precious Stones and' all evidences of value. Access to vault through the twanging room ot tne atjbjxajxiuo' nAJMJL. Y3 Church, corner Center Street. Coupon rooms for convenience of natrons. All persons interested are cordially invited to inspect sue company . premises. lpen from 9 a. xn. to . m. hoxas R. Trowbridoc, Prest. Oliver 8. White, Vice Prest. f5 eod Chas. H. Thowbridos, Sec. and Tress FOR BREAKFAST. SOLD BT ALL GROCERS. Quaker Mill Co., Ravenna, Ohio. dJfSwathflm A INVESTS EflTS Capital, 750,000 Surplus, S35S.OI6 Principal snd interest both fullv guaranteed brOapi. tsl and Sorplns of 81,106,01A In seventeen rears oi iweluv loued SI 1.494,600, pTitur frfnn 6? 12 mceroac. ejS7,uw.uo of interest and principal hT been raturnaci to Investors with out delay or the loss ot a dollar. Beal Estate First Mortgage and Debenture Bonds and Savings Certificates always on band for sale In Savings Dep&rtmentBfin amounts of S5 and op. ward ; in ths Mortgage Department, S3 00 and up ward. Fall information ragardins our various securi ties furnished by J. B.W ATKINS LAND MORTGAGE CO. LAWRENCfe, KANSAS sr Saw Yart slm'r. lESWt BICMStSW. rssswif. COLUMBIA And all Other Kinds of BICYles and Tricycles. - . . SPORTING GOODS. ALL KINDS. . W. M. FRI3BIE COMPANY. A TRADE jljMARK. Lawn Tennis CHILDREN'S Razors, Knives, Sclisors, Xools. GENERAL HARDWARE STORE. D. T. MALLETT, 776 CHAPEL STREET. REMOVED. Everything is now in Working Order At oar New Store, 8,10, 12 OhUrCh Street. We reSDectfnllv invite evervbodv to call and in- spect one of the most complete Furniture Ware- nooses m ine son ana at me same to examine one of the finest stocks of Parlar Snlta. Chambtr Knits. Bmfleta. 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 the pub lic that our reputation for prompt delivery of goods will be kept at high water mark. Stahl & Hegel, From 6 to 14 Church Street, KSff HAVEW, CONN. mylstf Columbia Biver Salmon Now ready for delivery, TWO CARS MEW PACK. Coleman, "Flag" and "Otter" Brands. ETEST ARRIVALS OF THE SEASON. STODDARD, Klf.tBERLY CO. 213 and 215 Water Street, New Haven, Conn. For want of room we will close 'out afew CAR RIAGES for Infants VERT CHEAPLY. Girls' "Eclipse" Tricycles and Velocipedes cheap as ever. O. COW1.ES V CO., jeS8 67 Orange street. DR. JOHN L. LYON, NO. 49 CHURCH STREET, The well known and reliable Botanic and Eclectic Physician Boom 11, Hoadley Building Side Entrance 133 Crown Street. (Opposite the FostoJBee.) Office so arranged that patients see no one bu the doctor. Who has practiced medicine In this city since 1854 can be consulted at his office. Dr. Lyon's success in the treatment of all dtr esses 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 withval Cable roots, barks and herbs Is prepared to CUES the most stubborn and in tractive disease. Con sumption, 4$at b&ae of our eastern climate, which onuses so many to succumb to Its ruthless power, i CUBED by Dr. Lyon, aa many testimonials from unimpeachable witnesses attest. Dyspepsia, the national scourge, which dooms thousands to tor tore and misery, is routod and annihilated by a rem sdy discovered by the doctor. In no easeyethes this inestimable specific failed of banishing that painful nlnnano All diseases of the Longs, Liver and Kidneys, as well as Skin Diseases, and all Im parities of the Blood of whatever name and na. tors, are radically and permanently cured In a surprisingly short time ny the doctor's Im roved method of treatment. TO FEMALES: The special diseases to which females are subjee are treated with perfect success by Dr. Lyon. The doctor has made those diseases a special study for ever a third of a century, and his suocess has bees as gratifying as It has been complete. Therefore all ladies suffering from any diseases incidental to their sex will find In Dr. Lyon a true friend an skilled physlciah and one who is competent to treat all those diseases and effect permanent curer n the shortest possible lima. TO MALES Who are suffering from the errors of youth, los manhood, eta, and find themselves weakened and debilitated, and also those suffering from venerea diseases: Dr. Lyon will prove to you that he CAN and WILL CUBE YOU. Hundreds of advertise ments appear In papers with statements of marvel' ens cures which mm many to sens fob some wORTHijtas kkdictnis which not only fait, or at- roKDixra the rbliev desired, but also RUIN THE PATIENT'S CONSTITUTION. Do not trust your. self to those leeches who prey npen the unfortunate bateau at once on the doctor and yon will never re gratis. He has successfully treated more cases of Sperma torhoea. Seminal Weakness and all Diseases of the Generative Organs than any other physlclanliving and his experience and skill avail in every lnstanc In restoring the sufferer to sound health and spirit Hundreds of letters from grateful patients can b seen at the doctor's office. Dr. Lyon has discovered a remedy which Is a cer tain cure for Dumb Ague, Chills and Fever and al Malarial Complaints. . All letters sent to the Doctor will be confldentla ly attended to, and la NO CASE shall conflden be abused. Write, If yon do not call In person describing your symptoms and duration of the dis ease, and medicines appropriate to your ease w be sent to your address, or any address yon 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 hoars, S a. na. to 9 p. m. Open Sunday evenings. DR. J. L LYON, NEW HAVEN, CONN PulDlio Auction. RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR 7 PAPER MAKERS. Delaney and inunson New rBpvr ua.ui, LOCATED AT UNIONvTLLE, CONN., -Will be sold at Public Auction on Thursday, . Aug. 1 6, 8 8 8, Al IsSO P. M. ' This Mill Is well eouiDDed with modern iruir-Mna- ry and ready for business. For further particulars write to J &m CI Id. GttWles, Trustee, wVmnm :... r--. v. FAEJHSGTOH, Cons. Headquarters. CARRIAGES. Blcjclrs, Trlcjclct, Vcluclp' del. Starln's Xew Elaven Transports' tloii Line. BTsrrDsrExcspt Satnrdav. Teavs Kew Haven, from BcanC. Dock, at 10:15 o'clock t. Tba UM a.. rjTAUlM. carjtala ncAllstvr. everv H11-- day, Tuosday and Thursday. The EKAflUt CORNING, Captain Bpoor, every Monday, Wednes dav and Fridav. Katurnins. leave New VA.k tlrtnenaayOTSda and'frffiT tne iormns; every Ktunaay, 'mesaay ana Tbarsday The only Sunday night bosa from New Tork. hieabin. 75c; stateroom $1. Ev Free Stage leaves the depot on arrival of Hart ' streets every half hour, commencing at 8:SG o'cloc) r"r:J,'...'"" .1" hu?. ; p. m. i icsen ana staterooms can oe purchased or ths Downes News Co., 869 Chapel street, Feck & Bishop Itti Chapel street, and at the Tontine Hotel. CM. CONKLIN. Ajwnt. myM New Haven. Conn. ; NEW Hi rm STEAMBOAT Cm ally for fw 1'ork-FareTte, laciu- I tnc berth ExenrsiOsi Xlcsteta (goode I days) i. 35. ! Bteamer C.H.NORTHAM, Capt. F.J. Peck, leaves NewHaveo 12 o'clock p.m., Sunday excepted. Htate ! rocmssold at Peck & Bishop's, and at Klock'sDrog Storo. StHamer CONTINEiNTAr. Capt. Stevens, i ienvtw Now Haven at 16:15 a. m. Sundays excepted. ! rm New York The C. H. NORTH AM leaves Fes aiipat. 8 p. rr.., andtheCONTINEr.TAI.atll p. m., Sundays excenteo. Saturday 12 o'clockmld- night. Sunday, ELM CITY at 11 p. m. Sunday Boat for N. Tork Steamer ELM CITS Capt. Bishop, at 10:15 a. m. and NEW HAVEN Capt. Brown, at 10:30 p. ra. Staterooms sold at the Elliott House. Free stage from Ins. Bnildine at 9 p. m. Ticket sold and baggage cheeked thro' to Philadelphia (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, Sept. 5, Oct. 8, Oct. 31. Largest and finest passenger steamer afloat. Cabin (50, 60 and $80; Second-class, (30. GLASGOW SERVICE. Steamers everv Saturday from New York to GLASGOW and LONDONDERRY Cabin nassaee to Giasi Lonuonderry, Liver- pool or Belfast, (45 and ; second-class. (30, Steerage, outward or prepaid, either service, $20. Saloon Excursion Tickets at reouceu 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 Henaerson ifrotners, new xork, or iSUNrvjiL.L, fjUKiiN ium, vo u range street, rvia FITZFATRICK. 703 Grand avenue, New Haven. apv em NEW TORK, NEW HAVE AND HARTFORD R. R. July S3, 1888. Trains Leave New ITavin as Follows: For New TTorlc S:50, 4:30 (dally excep Monday), 4:50, 6:15, t7:00, 7:30, 8:10, 8:30,. 9:35, 10:40, 11:50 a.m.. 1:S0. 1:35, 8:30, 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) 8:08, 9:05, 9:10 p.m. Sundays 3:5C 4:80, 4:59, 8:00 A m., 5:00, 6:30, 7:06, 7:30, 3:C0 p. m. Dajslilngton Night Express via Harlem River Leaves at 11:50 p. xn. daily; steps at Mil ford, Bridgeport, South Norwalk, Stamford, For Boston via Springfield 1:16, 8:58, 8:00, 11:05, 110 a. m., 1:16, 3:10, 5:55 p. m. Sundays 1:16 night, 5:55 p. m. For Boston via New London and Providence 1:55 a. m. Fast expresses ('13:05, 3:05 and 6:55 p. m.) Sundays 1:55 a. m. For Boston via Hartford and New York and New England B. B. 2:80 a. m. daily. 12:05 p.m. For Boston via Air Line and N. Y. and N. E. R. B '5:00 p. m. fast express Sundays 6:00 p. m. For HIerlden. Hartford, Springfield. Kte. 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 ana jciartrora), i:iu, i:io, s:iu, d:ik io:uo to Hartford). 5:55,8:15, 10:05 p.: Sundays '1:16 night, 5:55 p. m. Shorb LmB Division. "For New Loniosi Etc. 1:55 night, 7:00, 7:50, 10:45 a. m., 12:05, 1:30 (Ssybrook acc.), 3:05, 5:15. 6:20 (Lyme acc.), '6:55, 9:00 p.m. (Guilford accommodation). Sundays 1:55 night. Aib Iiim Division. For iniddletowna WlUlmantle( Kte. Leave New Haven for all stations at 8:06 a. m, 1:$5 5:00, 6:16 p. m. Sundays '5:00 p. m. Connect at Middletown with Connecticut Valley B. B., and at Willimantlc with N. Y. and N. E. and N. L. and N. B. R. at Turnersville with Colchester Branch. Trains arrive In New Haven at 8:00 a. m, 1:8a, 6:58, 8-.i1p. m. Natoattjoi Diyision. Trains leave New Haven, via the New Haven and Derby B. R., connecting with this division: For Wlnstedand way stations at 1x90 and 9:55 a: m., 2:35, and 6:35 p. m. For Waterhnry and way stations at 7:85 p. m. For New Haven: Trains leave WInsted at 7:10 and 9:40 a.m., 1:30 and 4:50 p.m. Leave Water bury at 8:26 and 10:54 a. m.; 3:42 and 6:08 p. m. All the above trains connect with trains on W tertown Branch. Northampton Division. For Snelourne Falls, Turner's Falls Wllllamsbarg, Holyoke and Net Hartford and Intermediate stations, trains leave New Haven at 7:45, 11:04 a. m. and 4:00 p. m For ' Wllllamsbnren, Northampton, and points this side, at 6:15 p. m. From WIHIanubnrg train arrives at 9:25 a. m., 1:23 and 8;E5 p. m. and from Shelburne Falls and intermediate stations at 1:23, 4:55 and8:5fp.m. For SaratoKA at 7:45 a m., arrivtne at 3:15 p. m., and 11:04 a. m., arriving at 6:85 p. m. Train leaving New Haven at 11:04 A m. has THROUGH-PARLOR CAR and arrives at Saratoga at 5:85 p. m. Train arriving in New Haven at 4:55 p. m. has THROUGH PARLOR CAR from Sara toga at 10:30 a. m. O. M. SHEPARD, General Supt. C. T. HEMPSTEAD, Gen. Pass. Agent. Express Trains. tLoeal Express. Hew Haven and Derby Railroad. Train Arrangement commencing Sunday, July 8, 1888. LEAVE NEW HAVEN At T..-20 and 8:55 a.m.,1 .-00,8:35,5:35,7:35 and ll:15p.m LEAVE ANSONIA At 6:49, 9:68 and 11:42 a. jj.. 12:50, !:25. 6:10,6:51, 8:20 and 12:15 p. m. Sunday trains leave New Haven at 8:10 a. m. 8:10 p. m. Sunday trains leave Ansonia 7:20 a m., 5:00 p. m. Connections are mads at Ansonia with passenger trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Haven with the trains of N.Y., N.H. & H. R. R. J. P. HOPSON, 8upt. New Haven. July 8. 1888 W. J. ATfATEE k CO., Paper and Twine Warehouse, 956-962 GRAND AVENUE. ALSO Mannfactnrers ef Eel Pots, and Wholesale and Retail dealers In all kinds of Seines, Nets, Hooka, Poles and Fishing Tackle - OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Stationery and School Supplies AT THE LOWEST P ICES. mylOtf IITVMTOES! JOHN E. EAltLE, No. 86S Chapel Street, Kew Haven, Cenn Gives h iepersonal attention toproourrmr Patents for Inventors. UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES' A practice oi more tnan tmrty years, aaa rre inent visits to the Patent Offlce has given him a ty with every department or, and mode of proceeding at, the P with the fact that he rasens umce. wmcn, sogetner now visits WaahinRton semi monthly to give his personal attention to the Inter sets of his clients, warrants him in the assertion that no office in this eonntrv is 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 STamlnatioa ot whioh he will make free of charge. Preliminary examination, prior to application tor patent made at Patent Offlce, at a small charge. - His facilities for procuring Patents la Foreign Conn tries are unequal ed. Refers to more than one thousandol tents for wham fcs has ereesired Letters Patent 1vl8dw VYEAKAMIESFaiKl HOW TO ACT 1 slEMWr Ij09i ViTW mad Manhood BtstorW. 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