Newspaper Page Text
" ire : '
rh Is powd or never Yarteiv A marvel of purity, fttrenglh nrt wnQlsonicHesa. More economical thjvu the orui unry kinds, ami cannot be aoM la competition with the m;j!t !i:i'Hof low trst, short weight, alum op phosphate O-m-.U-rs. M)(i on.'iy in runs, KOYAt EKtNO POWDER Co.. 10 WalTwSt.. N. Y. - BWirrs spEcmo la entirely a vegetable preparation con taining no Mercury, Potash, Arsenic, or otsesi poisonous substances. SWIFT'S SPECIFIC Has cored hundreds of eases of ZelthoUo-. ma or Cancer of the Skin, thousands ofoase. of Eczema, Blood Humors and Skin Diseases, and hundreds of thousands of cases-of flcroC ula, Blood Poison and Blood Taint. " BWIFTS SPECIFIC Has relieved thousands of oases of Kerrrr rlol Poisoning;, Bheumatlsm and Stiffness eJE the Joints. - ,1 CnATTArTOOOA, TKHTf., June Z7, 1888 W1IX' early part of ho present year, a bad case of - blood poison appeared upon me, I began taking S. S. & under advice of another, and to-day I foal irreatly improved. I am etUfc-. taking the medicine and shall continue to do so until I am perfectly well. I believe it will affect a perfect cure. Tours truly, DOC. P. HoWMD, 111 Wee. Sixth St. CoLtTMBiA, a 0, Jtity T, 1868 Tho ffrtrt . Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. -Gentlemen : I vram a great sufferer from muscular rheumatism for two years. I could get no permanent re lief from any medicine prescribed by my nhysiclan. I took: over a dozen bottles or your 3. 8. 3., and bow I am as well as I ever was in my life. I am sure your medicine ' cured me. and I would recommend It to uny nr suffering from any blood disease. Yours ttruly. O. E. Huohxs. . Conductor C t O. H. B. , "Waco, Texas, Mav 9, 1993 Gentlemen ; The wife of one of my customers -was terribly afflicted with a loathsome skin disease, that covered her whole body. She was confined , to hessbed for several years by this afiilctlon, and could not help herself .at all. She could ftot sleep from a violent itch Trig and tftlnrtnjr of the skin. The disease baffled the skill of b physicians who treated it. Her husbmiwl began Anally giving his wife Swift's Bpeciltc, ana she commenced to improve almost fm- -mediately, and in a few weeks she was ap parently well. She 1 now a hearty One . looking lady, with no trace of the affliction left. Yours very truly, J. . Skaks, Wholesale Druggist. Austin Avenue. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed) free. Thk Swift Specific Co., Drawer Atlanta, Ga. ; New York. 7 Broad wa v. Dr. J W, Cnmnfss, T. V.rrrRO-ThftraTeutic chvnici an. Electricity 1 Hi when properly applied has all the elements necessary to cure acuta, nervous and chronic dis eases. ' ELECTRICITY Cures Rheumatism and Spinal Complaint. ELEOTBICITT Cures Bronchitis, Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Fi.KrTHiriTy Cures Brisht's Disease and Kidney Diseases gener ally. Also ail uterine uuwhuhss. FI.FnTHHIITV Cures Lung and Throat Complaints. Do not fall to visit Dr. Cummiogs and make use Of this potent remedy. No-. 4 Church Street, AN OLD FRIEND IN A NEW DftESS, a. jt i at i tift i tr in ita e-rternal artnearanoe: (being wmnnAri in f he Krjir RnaxiEled Banner for a trade mark,) as are the contents distinct from all other so-called rain jjesiroying (.rainuuuufl, w need fear deception who wants a bottle of Baker's Great American Specific TP vam mffAr from a Cold. Use Baker's Great American Specific If racked with a Cough, Ta& c&Ker- 8 unw aowncu opecmc. AddIv Baker's Great A31rican speeinc. If tormnnted with Neuralfria. Bathe with Baker's Great American Spectflc. v.. .11 H.in. WhMlintniikl ftr Krtflnul. UsiJsJaker's Great American Specific. It will cure at once. Price 60 cents. Bold by all A.iAH i. mnirinpfl. Prepared onlv dt Maurice. Baker Co.. Portland, Me. Doolittle & Bmith, 24 and 38 Tremont St., Boston. Mass. , Belling Agents. CLAIRVOYANT. DR. MARY J. WRIGHT. -CONSULTATIONS on business, lawsuits and V marrmee, i. ramlnatlons or healtn. Tontine Hotel, Honrs 9 to 19. to B, 7 to Room 46. anlS ELY'S CataphH CREAM BUM Cleanses Nasal Pass Allays HAYFEVERf; and Inflamma tion, Heals the tne senses tf. Taste and?. Smell. TRY THE CURE.HAY-EEVER A particle ia applied Into each nostril and is aereable. Price 50 cents at Druggists': by mail registered, CO. cents. ELY BBOS.,66 Warren St. new xors. hid egaov ILIrs. 23. R. Joncc DENTIST- ' 744$ Chapel, cor. State Street. ' . Over Brooks A Co.'s Eat and Fcr iTTAertS Store. OFFICII HOURS A. M. to S P. II NODYNE T L-3 ETEBOSrXj USE. Tie Host Wonderful Family Bemedy Erer Known. -C tniES Piphthwrift, Cronp, Astnina, Bron- emtery.Ilironio Diarrnaia. Kidney Troublea, Spinal Plciases, Sciatiott. IJftTne Back, I.atnenes and Sorenoss In Body XUta CircuUi; aw L S. JOHNSON & CO., BOSTON. MASS. Make tie'.?, Rich Blood! These pills were ft vrm&erttii mtcovory. K6 other Hke them In the world. Wlii positively core or mtleva all manner of disease. Tbe tnfonnatlon arenad each box it worth tea times the cot of a box of pills. Find out about them, ana you will always be thankful. On ; riLLAPoas. Illustrated pamphlet lrea. Sold erery where, or sent by maH for Si5 cts. In stamps. Ia. I. 8 .Tohnsos Co., i Custom 2ZLZi12!2!!L1!! In nil colon. Tho Art shade an vecomted and Transparent. All Minetto Shades, Main or Decorated, an unsurpassed in Beauty, Curability and Finish, Mounted on . first class Spring Roller read to hang. For y taciatfT. Ezcfur c L'alnE tt-SJ MA ' ' FOB r ABOTH8B lAWPtB CASK. A FaltJaiol ana Competent Clerk Tamed one Without Caose A gpnaky Meplr lospaaent Me anest. . In Jano, 1883, Mr. F.D. Manger, of Essex, was appointed a railway postal clerk between Hartford and Ssybrook. Ha has been twice promoted and has passed five examinations, never receiving less than 95 per cent. His last examination was July 21, 1888, when his percentage was 99 58-100,as shown by official statement famished him by E. L. Champlin chief clerk of the division. The next offioial commnnioation received by Mr.' Hunger was dated at Washington, Aognst 15, and is from the general superintendent of railway mail service, informing him that "an order has been issned disoontinnins your pay and ser vices as railway postal clerk of class 2 be tween Hartford and Saybrook." At the same time came a note from Chief Clerk Champlin dated Antrast 18, reading lis follows: 'F. D. Manger:. Paper appointing W. F. Cookery" to the position now held by yon were mailed to him to-day. I have suggested to him the practicability of running . with yon in order rr Woma familiar with the dnties before as .Burning charge of the route. If he so desires I trust von will give him all the assistance he may need. I shall be glad to hear from you at any time." Mr. Mnsser. who was naturally somewhat surprised at this method of promotion by the new civil service rules, replied to this note as follows: : ,v . I will break no new man in or show him in any way. Yours reepectiuiiy, F. D. Mdhqeh I am a Haralson and Morton man. This is a case precisely like that of Julius Weed, the old soldier wno was turned out a moment's notice after more than a dozen years of faithful service as a postal elerk on the Connecticut Western road. Mr. Manger married the vonneest daughter of the late Onrrlon Bobbins of this city. He is a capa ble young man, who waa appointed to the olerkshiD on recommendation of Senator Piatt. Hartford Courant. TBI COURT KKCOKU. cur conrt erlmliial Side J noise Thompson. Breach of tne peace Mary Ann Dixon against Susan Farley, judgment gospended; Susan Farley against Mary Ann Dixon,$5 fine and $4.74 costs; Dennis Lucy against Officer Bice, $10 fine and 57. UB coats, ornnKenness, 17: Lawrence O'Toole.SS fine and $5.42 costs, drnnkenneee. 83 fine: ' Charles J. Wrinn aualnat Matthew Wrinn. discharged: John W. Carroll against wimam Mcuonaia, to fine and $5.43 costs; James Connelly against Mary Connelly, continued to Angnst 21; James E. Costello against Margaret Costello, six months xn nail; Henry JU Arery, jndg ment sosDended: Alex oicuoncai ana ueorce Anderson, $3 fine and $3.78 costs; Alfonso Scan toni. Isaiah Scan torn, Angelo Uampanelto, Angelo Janeimi. nolle; Timothy Hayes, $5 fine and S6.24 costs. Violation - of Sunday liquor law Henry Leimbacher.caDtinned. ' Theft Alfonso KucEieTO. luovanm r em- no. Anneilo txaiiom, uarioe awoiii, auu Catharine Megtiaro, $1 fine and $2.60 costs anh. Lasoiviona carnage James Denny and Annie Chinning, $5 fine and$2.96 costs each; Margaret Shangnrowe and JUdwara uarae, $ i fine and S3.8S oosts each. Vsgrancy Mary jfotter, tnirty aays in jail. conrt Notes. Judge Thompson yesterday inflicted a fine of $1 and $3.60 costs in each case against the fire Italians arrested Sunday for stealing ap pies from Edwaid Tattle's orchard on South Qoistnipiao street. Docs Set Reform . Annie Gnnning, the girl Detectire Beilly tried to recover from the bad some time ago. was arrested .Saturday evening at a hotel where she had registered with James Denny as husband and wife. They were fined $5 and $2.86 costs' each in the City court yester day for lascivious carriage. Beat Their Wives. James Costello, who broke his wife's arm and cruelly beat her Saturday, was sent to jail for six months by Judge Thompson yes terdav. James Connelly, the other man who whipped his wife, was fined $10 and costs for the assault and $7 for drunkenness, bat his case waB continued until to day to give him a chance to pay up. .- GENERAL SHBUIDAN'S INSUKABCE flenoral Alerer'a Kind Generosity. y a Washineton dispatch to the New York Star Bays: "There was recently published atatament that it was discovered among the papers of General Sheridan that a life insur ance nolicv of S15.000 had been placed for him by his friend General W. B. Franklin, of Hartford.' A friend of the family cor rects this, and the correction shows what generous friend General Sheridan had lot his old war comrade General Alger. It appears that a few years ago General Alger, at that time governor of Michigan, gave General Sheridan $10,000 la money, upon condition that it should be Invested In a life insurance policy, and that the policy should be kept np for the benefit of his widow. The money was Invested in a policy for $35,000, and in uiry since the death of General Sheridan, at the office of the company, was answered by a statement that there had been no default in the payments upon the policy. FAIK BATEIf . General Notes or ItoesU Interest Work For Boys In Fair Haven Subscribers to tho Panel. The members of the Young Women Christian Temperance anion are to hold peach festival at their ' neaaquarters in uen tral hall block, Grand avsnue, Wednesday. August 82, both afternoon and evening. Matinee commencing at 2:3U is more es pecially designed for children. The enter tainment will consist ot music, a jrunca ana Judy, grab bag. Ice cream and confec tionary table will oe among tne otner attrac tions, Aamisaion ten cents. Doors open in the evening at 0:30. An at tractive musical programme by the best local talent baa been arrangea. ana itey. ui. vio bert will render his aid with his always pop ular readings. . Programme w.U commence promptly at 8. The publio are Invited to aid the vounar ladies in the work they are trying to do bv riving them a liberal share of their of their patronage. ' The following persons nave suDscnrrea to the Fair Haven olnbs within the past few weeks: Connecticut committee, $50; Herbert Barnes, f ; H. H. Strong, $23; L. W. Moody. $10: Samuel Hem- ingrway. $10; xaomas Ferayth, $10; Lucius $10; Oachar J. Hull, $5; Ernest E. Ball. $5; AHnrr. l V. I ArlamiL Si: E. C. M. Hall. tlU: .UG1UH I C. B. K. W. Hemingway, $5; Willis Hemingway $5; H. W. Crawford. $6: a lriend,46; John C. Rowland, $6. Total $178. Subscriptions should be sent to Mr. John S. Sloan. 828 Chapel street. A. H. Ford, whose shop on East Grand street waa torn down to make room f ur im provements there, is now finely located on East Chapel street in Oscar J. null's build' ing, willing as ever to accommodate his old friends and to make the acquaintance of new ones. - . - The' oyster steamer Gordon Jttowe was decked ont in her gayest oolors yesterday afternoon. The occasion was to entertain the oyster openers by a pleasant sail on the sound. Nearly fifty were on board and had most enjoyable time. The grading of Center street to pass under the new bridge beneatn tne snore una rail road was oompletea last Saturday. it is fins piece of worknd people who thought while it was in progress that it would not be success speak of it now in terms of highest praise. Mr. Fred Hemingway has returned from visit to his sister In Holvoke. Mass, - Mr. Henry F. Smith, cutter for Luofns Bowe. who has been spending a few - weeks with his wife near Bellows Falls, Vt., return. ui Hatnrdav last. The work of painting the inside of the Second Congregational church was begun yesterday morning. Mr. Dyer, who Painted tne omsiae a iew years since, una due juu. LITCHFIELD CODBT HOUSE. A flew BnUsUnc of Stono or Brlcat Do elded On. At the town meeting in Litchfield Saturday to vote on rebuilding the court house it was decided to have a new building of stone or brick. A second meeting will . be held to consider details. It was also determined that tbe work Should begin as soon as practicable. The question had aroused great interest and a committee had been appointed to report at this meeting on the advisability of rebuilding and in case rebuilding were advised, on the material to be used. The action to be taken was regarded as specially Important in view of the double county seat quef'on, concern ing which the Litchfield. Enquirer says: The ceuBtv renreseatatlves. backed.' as we be lieve, by a majority of their constituents, have pro nounced aninst the scheme for buildina- two Jails. This really Implies the maintenance of a single jail at this place and would seem to settle this question at least (or the present. With two criminal .terms in Litchfield and cWil terms In Winsted and New Milf ord all parties would rjrobablv be fairly satis- fled. Fears' Soap secures a beautiful complexion. SCREBEBR OCTINOS. Leu of People Enjoy too Vine Weather Where Are Dor Dayaf-Tlte jet's TropeGlen Island To oar Sail on the Son ad. Monday is usually a dull dy with exonrs- ists and people don't seem to get the week Btarted in good enough shape to leave it and take a day's outing until Tuesday comes aronnd. " Snoh weather as yesterday's, how- r, ' is enough to make anyope forget a wonted enstom, and yesterday saw bavin Eock, Pawson Park, Pot Island and many of our beautiful . pleasure places thronged with people who were taking a day off for enjoyment. . r uasqabet's trips - The Thimble Islands were visited by this pretty steamer yesterday as usual. Three of four hundred were taken to Pot Island,' and Pawson Park got its share also. Tne sail to these Islands is delightful and a fine time of pleasnre is an re to everyone who takes the trip Last evening the Crystal Wave divis ion. Sons of Temperance, enjoyed a moon light sail on this steamer, leaving Belie dock at 7:45 o'clock. The waters were delightful under tbe pale rays of the night's silvery lu minary and the party was exceptionally gay. Next Friday the Margaret win go to ruan- tic. giving tbe people a grand opportuuity, and one that undoubtedly, will be accepted by many, to enjoy the sail on the sound ana witness the evolutions of the militia at Camp Terry. ' ' GLBX ISLAND. "V A lares excursion will .undoubtedly be that of the Israel Pntnam lodge No. 31, A. O. U. W., to Qlen Island to-aay. tsy the large number of tickets already sold one would think that it was going to be one of the most successful trips ot the season and a large and lively party of both young and old is expect ed to enjoy the day's sail and pleasure. No one who goes to this beautiful place ever re grets it and a taste of the shore dinner that you get there is sura to make you want more. The committee of arrangements for the socie ty are George A. Butler, E. B. Lee, D. W. Barlow, James Swift, O. T. Trecartin, K. B. D wight, L. B. Clark, T. J. Sliney. BAIL ON THI SOUND. " Henry C. Rows, the. Fair Haven oyster dealer, has made arrangements to treat his employes to an excursion, on one or nis steam ers some day this week. The party will sail about' the harbor and Sound, visiting the va rious oyster grounds owned in this neighbor hood by Mr. Kowe. . A gay day's outing Is anticipated by the men. REPUBLICAN KNXHTJSI J SH. . Kastern Connecticut Republicans Ac tive A Day or Fine Ralalns: Six Re publican Banners Finns to tne Breexe. The Republicans of Klllingly had an en thusiastic campaign opening en Saturday afternoon. Two drum corps furnished the music, and Colonel Charles A. Bnssell of Dayville, E. S. Hinckley of Norwich and others made addresses. Banners were thrown to the breeze at Day ville.Williamsville, Atta waugan, Ballouville and Putnam Heights. At Ballouville a handsome Wightman banner was unfurled; at Williamsville two flags, and flags at Attawaugan, Dayville and Pntnam Heights. The exeroises began in Dayville at 2:30 o'clock p. m. The entire village turned out to honor their townsman, Colonel Ens' sell, who talked ably and knowingly on the benefits of the protective tariff to them si manufacturers, workmen and farmers. Carriages were then furnished and 200 persons were conveyed to williamsvuie, wnere Hi. a. mnoKiey maae a stirring speeon in whioh he presented the .Republican idea of protection as a law of nature. About a quarter of a mile from this village a flag was tnrown ont ana cneerea as tne orowa passea. At Attawaugan Colonel Kussell addressed the people upon the bearing of the protective tariff upon tbe manufacturing interests ot the valley. At Ballouville E. S. Hinckley presented clearly "the work to be done and the duty of the American citizen in the premises." At Putnam Heights a great crowd assembled . and fine ' speeches were made by Uol. Bussell, closing with new poirla of value upon the tariff and a eraphio review of the administration's po sition with reference to pensions, etc The last meeting was closed at about 7 o'clock in tne evening. A large crowd ot people roi- lowed the speakers from village to village, and the frequent applause showed that the KUUngly tepnouoana are wiaa awaice. it is many a day since Kiliingly has seen such a political demonstration. The speeches were vigorous and to ths point. Col. Bussell made a series of addresses msrked by origi- nalitr. scholarship and force, and won tne golden opinion of his hearers. The day was one that will be long remembered by all. WANT A $10,000 CHCKCH. 8nelton metnocIlsM Alive. The Bev. Mr. Blakeman, pastor of the Shelton Methodist church, Informed the con gregation Sunday that a new church was.a necessity. A meeting was held and it was decided to begin collecting Immediately. They propose to build a $10,000 church. SCIGIKA1. ATTEMPT. Despair Teannts Andrew Bonnlncsoa To Shoot Himself, But (no Bnllet Wonnel Was Not FataJ Better Last lUxht. Shortly aftsr six o'oioclc yesterday morn ing Officer Selleck, stationed at Crown and Church streets, was told that a man had shot himself in the head over the store of An drew Goodman oh Crown street. He hast ened to the spot, and on tho way met his wife of A. P. Henniugson, a saloon keeper. at the corner of Crown and Gregson streets. She wss weeping bitterly and handed the officer a pistol. She briefly told the story of the affair. About six o'clock her husband oalled her and requested her to go to the sa loon across ths street and bring him a drink. He then kissed her affectionately and she hurried to comply with his request. Upon her return she was startled by a groan as she reached the head of tho stairs. When she entered the kitchen she was horrified by ths sight that met her eyes. Her husband lay on his bask, his hands to his bleeding tem ple and the pistol by his aids. Friday and Saturday be was out of town. Xesterday be complained that ho had lost .money during bis trip and be was given to aesponaency This despondency was probably the cause that led him to attempt self -dee traction. The officer went upstairs and found him lying on the lounge moaning. The blood flowed freely 'from a bullet wound In the right of his head. He wore his pants, shirt and snoes, but no-vest or coat. Word was quickly given to police head quarters and the medical examiner, accom panied by Dr. Carmalt, arrived at Henning son's about 6:50. The man was found to be suffering from loss of blood, but the doctors thought tne bullet baa not entered tne brain. He was taken to the hospital, where he re covered consciousness, and in explanation of his deed said that he was disgusted with nimseu. He wis generally thought to be of an in dustrious disposition. He formerly kept a place in weat vine. wora wss received oy telephone from the hospital last evening tnat tne injured man was better and likely to re cover it innammauon does not set in. OUT FOR. PROTKUTlOlf. nan ford's If aw Two-Cent IQTornlnc Favor. The first number of Hartford's new paper "The Morning Record," appeared yesterday, It Is a bright, newsy little four-paged paper, and promises to win success in its field. It states its case in its salutatory as follows: The belief that a field exists in Hartford for a two-cent morning newspaper is the reason for the appearance of the first num ber of the Hartford Morning Record to-day. The mission of this payer is to supply the aemanu tor a newsy, clean, independent journal, xcs independence is realnot Dent ooratio. The Record will stand upon bnt one piatiorm: rroiecuon to American working men and Amerioan industries. The Beoord will oppose to its utmost the dissemination of subtle arguments designed to eonfuse the minds of intelligent workmen on the tariff question. Monopoly shall not in any of its phases find endorsement in its olumns. The taxpayers of Hartford shall find inrthe Morning Beoord an advocate of honest man agement in all municipal departments, po litical lines counting tor notning, and the successful or attempted crookedness of any members of the city government system must expeot publio exposure in its columns. Hownrd Lodge Sociable nnd Festival. Howard lodge, I. O. G. T., hold a festival and eooiable to-night at their rooms in their rooms in ths Cotkixb building. ' A fine pro gramme of vocal and Instrumental musio and recitations has been arranged. Miss Nora Bussell of Pt. Paul's church choir will also de light the ears of those present with several solos. A happy evening is anticipated. - Prof. Lsdd, of the Divinity school, is super intending the erection of his new residence on Prospeot street. The new house Is of brick, with caps and bands of East Haven aandstons. J In the homes where PYLE'S PEARLINE is used the wash tub is no longer the fountain of drudgery, back aches, pains, sickness, bad temper and upset households. The rubbing and straining process of freeing the "dirt wrecks the woman and the clothes, and, at the end of the wash day, life seems hardly worth living. Not so where PEARLINE does the work that's just it, PEARLINE does the work for you does it better and quicker, and without rubbing; hence, without the wear and tear to yourself or your clothes. ' Warranted harmless. Millions use it. Sold everywhere. Beware of imitations. - - ' James Pyle, New York. lUKTVOKU'S POPULATION. Tito SolldltV nndSueeessof tne capital - city. Hartford is getting a little nneasy over Bridgeport's assuming to be ths second oity in the State in . population, and the appear ance of the new Hartford direotory has been looked for with ' uneasiness. HartforSers. however, takes courage as the following from yesterday's Courant (editorially) indicates: 'Geer's Hartfor direotory for 1888 is now completed and will be ready to-morrow or next day. It is, as for years it has been, full of information. The most important general fact that it furnishes is that the population of the city is now 57,488. This is reached by assuming tnat tne total numoer pi people bears the same . ratio to the names in the directory that was borne in 1880, when an offioial census was taken and when the ratio waa 2.5543. The record shows that houses are in great demand and - that the 'city is growing and flourishing. No one can look through the book without being impressed, not only with its merits, bnt with the prog ress, the solidity and the success of Hart ford." The number of names in the Hartford di rectory this year is 22,504, an increase of 990 over last year, which, taking the basis of 2.5543 to each name, a proportion whioh is believed to be very nearly accurate, gives an increase in population during the year of 2,528, and would show a total population. July, 1888, of 57,483. There were erased from last year's directory 4,175 names, 5,165 names were added and 8,753 corrections, were made. To the general directory a pages were added, to the business direotory 6 and to the historical matter, etc, 11. The gain in the number of names, 990, is greater than in any year smoe 1071, witn tne exception ot 1883 and 1883, tbe ngures being as follows: 1871, 1,231; 1872, 775: 1873, 321; 1874, 737; 1875. 462; 1876. 441; 1877, 132; 1878, 82; 1879. 28; 1880, 74; 1881, 271; 1882, 1,385; 1883, 1,027; 1884. 674; 1885, 238; 1886, 412; 1887, 849; 1888, 990. - THE BICYCLE. Arrlvnl of tne American Team. The American bicycle team Morgan, Woodslde and Temple who have been so successful in Europe, together with Jules Dubois, or Paris, the French champion, and F. W. Allard and Jack Lees, tbe English cycle champions, arrived in New York on Sunday on the steamer Aurania. . They will go to Buffalo to take part in the tournament whioh opens September 4, and from that place will go direct to Hartford for the Wheel Club raoes. The American portion of the cyclists have been abroad for one year and a half and have won over 200 prizes in competitions. They had eevera light racing bicycles ana tricycles witn tnem, ana look in the pink of condition, having just won the championship in England before' Bailing. Tbe lovers of bicyole racing may expeot fine sport at Charter Oak Park, September 11 and 12. 1HEN NAIHEED For the Conxreaalonal Baco In This District. State Senator Graham is being urged for the Bepublican congressional nomination in the Second district. The Cromwell delegates to the Democratic congressional convention for the Second dis trict favor Lawyer Washington F. Wiloox of Chester. Clinton B. Davis, of Hamden, State At torney Doolittle, of ' New Haven, and Wash ington F. Wiloox, of Chester, are named with Mr. Pigott for the Democratic congressional nomination in this district. The New Ha ven Union and Hartford Times favor Mr. Wiloox and says: If Mr. Wilcox will accept the nomination, the convention can do no better than to nominate him.' Tho Bev. Dr, Munger will soon commence the erection of a new residence on the lot just south of Prof. Ladd'a new house on Prospect street. STATE CORRESPONDENCE. -" , SontnMKton. KKB SKBX2. FRACTURED A WOMAN TAKES POISOH DIATH IN PLAIN VnjJt. August 20. Mrs. Charles Farnum of Bris tol met with an accident by being thrown out of a wagon in the southwestern part of the town, in whioh her skull was fractured. She is at a farmer's house and is improving. Miss Galpin, twenty-four years of age, daughter of Charles Galpin, took poison Thursday with the intention of suicide. She is improving and will get better. She lives three miles southwest of the town center. Mr. Charles Waloott of Griffin, Ga, is visiting his old home here. Mrs. Yiotor Atkins died in ' Plantsvllle Tuesday at the age of thirty-six years. Ths funeral occurred Thursday. The remains were taken to Mlddlebury for burial. About thirty Odd Fellows will so from Jfiantsvuie to Jlenden Monday night when dedi- tne new nail ox uenter lodge Is to be oateo. The way in which real estate ated here in the last fsw rears has depreei- is strikingly shown in the instance of a West street farm Three years ago Mr. Foote.the owner, offered the property at $3,500. He has since died and the administrator offers it for $1,800 and cannot find a purchaser. . Farm property is evidently at a disoount here. An infant child of Louis Tanduski was buried Sunday. . , Mr. Orrin B. Bael for several years past has been traveling in the West as a represen tative of a Peterson, N. J., crockery firm. Soma weeks ago he was taken ill with rheu matism, and is now with his sister in Flan dis district, where he is slowly recovering. During the last two years thirty Democrat ic voters have died and only sixteen Bepub lican voters. Mr. J. S. Cauldwell, of the P. S. & W. Co., is spending his vacation in Dakota and the Northwest. One hundred and forty people attended the excursion of the Y. P. S. C. E. society sod the sum of thirteen dollars was cleared. ' Prospect. Aug. 20. Bev. William H. Moore,secretary of the Connecticut Home Mission society, preached at the Congregational church last Sabbath Several of our townspeople went on the grange excursion last week Tuesday. -. Mrs. N. A.-Foote of New Haven and Miss Agnes Hotohkiss of Ansonia are in town. Miss Lottie Sloper of Cheshire was In town last week. A party of twenty-six went to Quasapaug last Saturday. Edgar Wallace went as delegate to the State convention last Tuesday. Other delegates were as follows: Senatorial, fifth district Edgar Jerralds, Levergne G. Clark. Congressional, second district Stephen A Talmadge, Edward Leigh. Probate Edgar Wallace, Georee B. Morse, E.Leigh. North Haven. August 20. Bev. Mr., Page of North Bran ford preaohed to a large audience at the Con gregational church yesterday morning. Sev eral visitors present from New Haven and Hamden. . ; ' - - There were three ' hundred and twenty three in the Sunday school, whioh is a decid ed argument against the popular idea that Sunday schools mast take a vacation through thr warm weather. - There is to be a prayer meeting at North Hill on Tuesday evening at the house of Mr. ' Merritt Barnes at 7:30. . All are invited. The old leather man was found lying on the sidewalk near Mr. Herrey Leete's resi dence on Sunday morning, and evidence con- Revolution IN TBS WASH TUB elusive that he had oasaed the night there. He was furnished food by Mr. Leete's family and proceeded on his way. Mr. S. F. Linsley was -so unfortunate as to seep on a wire nail last saturaay wmon en tered his foot until stopped by the bone. He will donbtless be laid np a short time. A meeting of the Democrats was called for Saturday night in the court room. ' The hall was opened bnt no one appeared, and no rea son has yet been given. North Haven grange is to picnic at Mans field's, East Haven river, on Wednesday of this week. General State News. NEW LONDON FAIR. The premium list of the thirty-fourth an nual fair of the New London county Agri cultural society has been issued. The fair is to be held on September 18, 19 and 20. BOY FINDS DYNAMITE. A Danbury boy found a dynamite cait" ridge on Friday and proceeded to craok it be tween two atones. He is now in the Bridge port hospital badly injured about the face and eyes. BABN BURNED. The barn of William Barns at Thompson ville was burned early Saturday morning with thiity-five tons of hay, three buggies, a farm wagon and farm tools. The loss was $3,000, insurance $1,800. . . , JEALOUSY THS CAUSK. During a quarrel at Willimantio on Satur day Mrs. J. H. Gray was badly cut on the i head by Ella Warden and considerably bruised about the face. The cause of the trouble was jealousy on the part of Mrs. Gray. Both were locked up. - A SENTENCED WELL KABNKP. Patrick MoNulty, of Danbury, went home Friday evening and began beating his wife. She escaped and started for the 'police sta tion. He followed her and knocked her down on the street. Saturday he was sen tenced to three months in jail. PIED 1ST MEKIDEN.. Miss Kittle Malley died at her home on Franklin street, Meriden, Monday, of in flammation of the bowels. . Miss Malley was only twenty years old. She was a bright and beautiful girl and was one of the most popular of the young lady clerks at A. S. Thomas' dry goods store. BOY SUN OVER. Shortly after 10 o'olook last night Cole man O'Donnell, a thirteen-pear-old boy, had two of his toes cut off by a freight train just outside the depot. O'Donnell, with a young companion, was stealing a ride from East Hartford to his home in South Boston. He was taken to the hospital, where his' toes . were amputated. The boy lies in a critical condition. RETURNED FROM BRITISH AMERICA. General William G. Ely has returned to Norwich from a six weeks' trip through Brit ish America. He visited all the mines of im portance and made a fine collection of ores: hunted in the wilds with Indian amides and had good fishing. On his last fishing excurs ion on Lake Superior he caught one hundred and fifty pounds of lake trout, not one of wmcn weignea less tnan five pounds. WILLIAM H. MOSES OF HARTFORD. William H. Moses, for the lsst twenty years in the employment of the Calhoun Printing company, Hartford, died at his home there Sunday of consumption. He worked until two weeks ago. He was a good workman and a .pleasant associate. He leaves a wife, the sister of the late Adjutant lawyer, ana one young aaugnter. A sister is the wife of Edward W. Bliss, the evangel THE WATERBURY REPUBLICAN. The Waterbury Republican has been made into a joint stock corporation with a capital of $254)00, J. H. Morrow being the largest holder. Outside of Mr. Morrow, late sole proprietor, tne largest stockholders are D. S. Plume, E. T. Turner and J. F. Kingsbury; Directors: D. S. Plume, George E. Terry, E. L. Branson, D. F. Wheeler, J. Henry Morrow, u. t. nome la president and J. Henry Morrow secretary and treasurer. STATE CONTENTION FrFKRB AND DRUMMERS, The aunnal convention of the Connecticut Fifers' and Drummers' association will be held in Middletown September 5. Thirty- one arum corps are expected to be present. After forming near the Union depot the col umn will march through the principal streets and halting at Union park, where there will be contests for thiity-five prizes. The three local drum corps will entertain the visitors, and citizens are invited to assist. There will be a collation in MoDonongh hall and a ball in tne evening. LIGHTNING'S WORK IN THE STATS. At Hampton on Friday a' little girl aged seven years named Ennis, waa struck by lightning and killed. She was standing by an open wiuaow caccaing rainwater in bottle as it dripped from the eaves, when bolt entered the chimney and passed through tne winaow wnere tne girl was standing, killing her instantly. Her mother waa also prostrated by the shock, but soon recovered. Her fstber lying on the lounge also felt the snoox in a sugnt aegree. The Norwich Bulletin says: During the heavy thunderstorm of Fridsy evening the house of Captain Jerome Williams of Maxsa peag was strnok by lightning and consider ably damaged. A lady and a little bow who were in the house were prostrated by the shock. The damage to the house is about $300. . A boy's fatal fall. Little Biohard J. - O'Connor, aged five years, only son of Andrew O'Connor, fell over the banisters Sunday at his home in ' Hartford, while playing in the hall of the 3d floor and received injuries which resulted fatally in a few hours. Hs struok upon his need, wnenpicxea np oy a waiter tie w found to be unconscious. Mrs. O'Connor heard the fall and rushed down stairs to what had befallen her boy. She took him from the waiter, and, though she only par tially realized the extent of his Injuries, she fainted with him in her arms. As soon noaaible the little fallow was plsoed on lounge and Drs. Hooker, Mayer and Morrison summoned.- His skull was fraotnred in five places and he has suffered concussion of the brain. Without emerging from the condi tion of unconsciousness in which he was first picked up, he died at 11 o'clock. He fell thirty feet. The Ansonia Sentinel says: "Eugene Lang, who resides at what is known as the Bassett farm on the Neck road. About two miles above Birmingham, reports that as he was engaged in milking at about ten minutes to 0 ns was startled by a Heavy oian 01 tnun- der. He looked towards the house on the opposite side of the road and saw the leaves falling rapidly from the tall maple in front. showing it had been struok by the bolt. He hurried to the house and found his wife and sister-in-law standing in the center of i room, their hands clasped together, - and al though both had felt the shook, thsy were not injured to anr extent. His brother-in- law, E. W. Keith, was sitting close by and for a full hour he was unable to move from his chair. He says it seemed as though the lightning jumped over and across nis lap, instantly numbing him so he lost all power of movement." The house was somewhat -damaged, pait of the ceiling being knocked down and the door casing injured. The market Opens Little Higher, hnt Soon Falls On Until n Steady Raving Movement Cheeks tho Do-clIne-The Best Figures or the Day - nre Reached nt tho Close. - : nsw Yost. Aug. 30. Stocks opened from H to per cent, higher tj day, while New England showed an advance of H percent. Reactions soon followed and quotations fell off H to H per eent., the latter in Missouri Pa cific. The decline was checked before the first hour and a buoyant tone succeeded, which lasted until 1;30 p. to. The grangers were prominent in the-rise A lwof and 800 Pairs of Hen's Extra . Quality All Wool Pantaloons at $2.45, Marked Down from $3, -$3.50, $4, $450 and $5.00. 350 Men's Fine All Wool and Worsted Suits at $9.75, Marked Down from $12, $13.50, $15, $16, $18, $20. These two prices, $2.45 for . Pants and $9.75 for Suits, are made to close all small lots of medium and light weight Suits and Pantaloons, There's about fifty styles of Suits, all small lots and all fine goods, at 9.75 pT Suit, and about sixty dif ferent patterns of Pantaloons at $J2.45 per Pair. We have not all sizes of every style, but there are many of every size in the consolidated lots. One of our show windows is dressed with these Suits and the other with the Pantaloons. Take a look at them. They are all right every way, and at the above, prices MOItE THAN CHEAP. C. E. L0MLEY & CO., 101, 103, and 105 Church Street, Burlington and Quincy leading with a gain of 8 per cent., a part of which was afterwards lost. The coalers and Gould stocks all came to the front. Western Union and Missouri Pacific being especi ally active. The buying slacked off towards 9 p. m. , though after a slight reaction the best figures were again apprexima-ed and thereafter were well main tained. No further feature marked the final trans actions, and the close was firm at or Dear the high est prices of the day. Railroad bonds were gener ally dull, the Beading Issues being the only excep tlon. The tone ot the dealings was firm. The total sales for the day reached $1,313,000. Closing price, reported over the private wires. of BUNNELL SCBANTOK. Bankers and Brokers: Bid Asked. Am. Cotton Seed OU .'. 37 H 37M Atlantic Facino B!4 H Bosioo-d N. T. Air IJne Fid IOoU lOi Bnrungion at yuincyv. . . .... O. C O. 1 Cameron Coal Canada Southern Canadian Vaciflc. -. Central Pacific Chicago A Alton Chic. ft. Louis A Pitta Chic 6t. Louis Pitta Pfd . Cln. W. B Cin. W. B. Pfd Colorado Coal Columbus A Hocking Valley Consolidated Gas Del. Lack. A Wmern'. Del. A Hudson Canal.... Denver Si Rio Grande Denver Kio Grande Pfd East Tenn.. Va Ga East Tens., Va. Oa. 1st. Pfd... East Tana., Va. A Ga 2d Pfd Brie... Erie Pfd Erin Seconds Erie at Western 17 Erie and Western preferred 49U Express Adama - 147 American. ... ...........109 United States - 77 Wells. Fargo 13S Hocking Coal at Iron 234 Houston and Texas 13 In. Bloom. W 14 Illinois Central 118 Kansas Texas 134 Lake Shore SM Louisville Nashville Whi Manhattan Elerated Maryland Coal 11 HieniKan central 8oX nil.. L. Shore Western.......... 50 nil.. L. Shore A W. ptd M Minn. 6 1. Louts 6 Mian. A Be. Louis pfd.... 13 Missouri l ac 71M NashTllle Chattanooga... 81 Hew Central Coal 11 Hew Jersey Central (8 New Tork Central. .........lOflH New tors Mew Ent 429 N. V. & Harlem ...SS8 N. Y. Bubo. A West 9H N. Y. Susq. St West, ptd 33 N. T..C. at St. Louis 16M K. T.,C 8C Louis Ptd 70 N. V.. N. H. A Hartford. S30 Norfolk A Western... 18 Norfolk A West pfd..; BOX Northern Paciflo ..- NortlMrD Paoiflo ptd 67 northwest 112H Northwest pfd.. 143U Oil Certificates.... 87H" Ohio A Miagisaippi 23 Onus S6 Oasaha pfd 10s Ontario A Western. .' IS Oregon Navigation. tSH Oregon Transcontinental S&3& Paciflo Mall 36 Peoria. D. and Eyansvilie SlH Pallmon Car Co , 167& Beading ............... 60i Biehmond A West Point.... S4& Richmond A W. P. pfd..... 72k Bock Island........ 107 Baa Francisco 3196 Ban Francisco pfd 71j San Franciaoo 1st pfd 113 St. Paul 714 8t Paul pfd 100 St. Paul and M 414, 8t Paul A Duluth 58 BtPaul ADututh,pfd., 100 Texas Pacific 4ft Union PaolSo....... 60 Wabash .........i 15 Wabash pfd 7 Western Union Tel '. 8196 Wheeling A Lake Erie 5794 Total sales, 17308. . . Government bonds closed as follows' 4Hs,'ffl rec 4,looap.. ...... is, 1S07, reg.. ....... is, 1807, eoap...... Currency S3, f95... . Currency 6s, '86..... Currency ts, '97. .. Currency 8s, '09 Currency 8s. '89. ... . ...... 1074.1079 ......lOrtiaiOI? ...... 1273187 :2754al27J 120 ,. ..180X - CMlesuxo Oral si amd Provision Market. The folloirinr shows th. closing quotations at I P. H. In Oniejum, as compared with' the same on the two preylins days: - " - .- -tfibs quotations regular Board, Reported over private wires to Bukxill A Scbaston, bankers and brokers, 108 Orange street. New Haven, Conn. Aug. 17. . Aug. 18. Aug. 80. Aug Sent Wheat -(Oct...... Dec... . I May Corn Oats Pork Lard 64 5S$f 34 130 lira 33ri S3 S5H SO 79 138X 118 im 3 (Aug 84 88 Oct 8594 .86 I Dec... ... 87Ja 88 Aug 45 44H I fieDt 44U 44i f Oct 44 44$i May 9.4 894 I Nov 4)i 48 fMay. 88 284 Aug.. 8SJi 25i ' Sept 244 3414 .Oct. SlS ' 2454 Aug 1S.57J4) 18.75 Sept... 13 57U 13.75 Oct 13.65 13.8!$6 .Jan......12.B2r4 ' 12.974 ' Aug... 8.92H 8.95 Sept, 8.98)4 8.85 Oct :8.90 8.72U Jan....... 7.67U 7.724J .NOV Y67H 7.0&J4 rices. Haven, Conn; Wtxinnctnl. MASS. REAL ESTATE CO. Boston, Mats. SAFE HOME INVESTMENT. New England's best Commercial Real Estate for security. More than regular rates of Interest for a dividend For stock and for pamphlets descriptive of Its investments, send to or call on E. F. MERRILL, Boom 2, 817 Chapel Street. Office If oars to C . m, Hy81 3m . - STOCKS AND BONDS. $5,000 Northampton BR. Co. Cons. 6's. $5,000 " " " 5's. 20 shares Danbury and Norwalk R. B. Co. S7 shares Mechanics' Bank. S shares Tale National Bank. 25 shares National Tradesmen's Bank. IS shares Second Natinnal Bank. S shares Merchants' National Bank. 60 shares L. Can dee A Co. 100 shares New England Transportation Co, FOB SALE BT II. C. WARREN & CO., BANKERS AND BBOKEES, 199 OIlANfiC STREET. Guaranteed Mortgages PAYING 7 PER CENT. XCQOTUTXD BT TB Hamilton Loan and Trust Company. (Incorporated.) r , Paid Cp Capitol (100,000. Semi-Annuat Coupon Bonds running five years. Interest and principal payable at the office of BBOWN BKOTHERS A CO., N. T. These bonds are secured by arirst mortgagw on Improved Western Farms and other property worth three times aoount of loan, ana are in amounts varying from S30S to $2,000. This Company assigns the bond and mortgage over to the Investor, and as an additional security arnaromtee. Interest and principal. For pamphlets and full information send to, or sail on F. W. J. SIZES, . lei 811 Chapel street. Hew Haveau INVESTMENT SECURITIES, 50 shares N.Y., N. H A Hartford BR. Co. stock. 25 shares Adams Express Co. stock. 2i shares Boeten A N. V. Air Line Prefd stock. - 20 shares Danbury A Norwalk RR. Co. stock. 40 shares N. Y. A N. Jersey Telephone Co. stock. IS shares Bo. New England Telephone Co. stock. Second National bank stock. Merchants' National bank stock, Yale National bank stock. Hossatonlo RR. Co. 5 per cent, bonds. BUNNELL & SCRANTON, Bankers. ius orange Street. 8 Per Cent Mortgages. Seenrlty 3 to S Fold. These are negotiated through the Tenitns Loan and InvestmAit Co., one of the most careful and conservative houses In this business, and have their absolute guarantee In addition to tho mortgage se curity. Time one year, (two coupons), making them very desirable for those seeking temporary inYMmumM A tan a mij. a. - . cent, bonds in sums to suit. JOHN KERLET, oaico. 14 Poorer. trg STOCKS AND BOMBS . FOB BALE. T ' 95 shares Air Line BB. preferred. 100 shares Grilley Company. 10 shares N. Y.. and N. 3. Telephone Co. , - -10 shares Security Insurance Company. 90 shares Yale National Bank. 100 shares American Bank Note Company. $i,000 Housatonio BJB. 6's of 1987. t 10,090 Chicago A N.. West RR. 6's of 1933. 10,000 Chicago, Burlington A Q. Kit 5's of 1913. I'.e.OOO City of Bath, Maine, 4'sT i $10,000 San Antonia and Aransas Pass, 1st 6's. Lombard Investment Company. . uuitohnvi sx pev .oenc nonus. . W.T.HATOH & SONS, : BANKERS. VERMILYE & CO., BANKERS AND lioKERS, Dealer In Investment Securities. ftTos. 16 and 18 Nassau St., NEW Y03IL CITY. Tor FvWljoti for Shampoo, f?cta'ms its -odor. J I f .s -I 11 niDV CnrJD fsso!3bv all I MaeLy N.Oair&7iuk,C&. lOllYl ?Utli QTOCWSKllrUcytsfe. Chicago &ZiIrWeeEtnto9eHY&5 I 1-8 .125 32nd. l C I 1-A .250 "1 -031S I I S-S J75 ' 3 937 S I t-E 00 S J563 I I 6-8 .625 , ,7 .2187 I - - I 3-4 JSO 10 .2813 I " 1 7-8 .873 11 .3437 I IStKj. 13 4063 I ' ' Va-'Vsrs y "is"" Yi i ir 21 jesaa jf Vessels Brjw3 ''I' V. ri .6873 PranisnM.Ri 27 .843V J 13 .8125 29 .sasa 1S .9375 31 .9687 MACHINISTS' TOOLS. CATALOGUES EREE. D T. MALLETT, Hardware Store, 776 Chapel Street, Sew Haven, Conn. 'ggLlscellauzovLS. -. REMOVED. Everything is now in Working Order At our New Store, 8, 10, 12 Church, street. f7e respectfully invite every oody to call and In spect one of the most complete Furniture Ware houses in the State and at the same to examine one of the finest stocks of Parlor Salts, Chamber Salts, Buffets, Carpets, etc., IN THIS COUNTRY. Good work by practical workmen, at low prices. Is what w. 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. StaM & Hegel, ' From 6 to 14 Church Street, my!4tf NEW HAVEN, CONN. WEAK ADYICE FBEKI HOW TO ACT 1 ,fttZH Lost Vigor and Manhood Reltotea. Pre fpLsSTJa' mature Decline and Functional diiorderft fta.!.i cored vtitHovt Stonuch M.dieinw. Soled TDryu Treatine eent free upon application. HARSTON CO.. 1 rark riaM, Sew Tab NEW NOVELS I Mr. Barnes of New York, Mr. Potter of Texas. FOB SALE BY THE DQWNES NEWS COMPANY, 889 CH1FEL 8T., eor. CHURCH. WESTERN FARM LOANS. "f7IEST Mortgage security on improved farms la Jj Kansas, Colorado and Washington Territory, giving a high rate of Interest to Investors. Clarence E. Thompson, Successor to Samuel Q. Thorn, Bowditch Ball dine:, 102 Orange St., ap31 Old number Tiji. ajt:.ili.iriluli,i,.,;mH:i)u;;:Hill , K Everything p . u 1C V - i. "i nanaor I ? L...P. " - JU ..Vi SUmps aeu-jjiEersucDaiersii. x it iow- LINEN MARKERS,- V-Xft est INKS, Pads, Seal Presses, Etc. prices ! A. U. rtHMWai lij btN rtrl au TOILET REQUISITES. THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF Fine Sundries for the Bou doir or Bath, To be Found in the City, Is bow on oar shelves and is constantly re plenished to suit the times and season. Imported and Domestic Hand kerchief Extracts; all the popular odors from the beet makers. . Colognes and Ray Rum,. Toilet Waters, Lotions, Powders and Cosmetics for softening the skin and preserving the oom- piexion; rat .Boxes, rnas. Blanlcare Goods, Kail Brashes, Buf fers, Files and Scissors. - Hair Brashes, in Ivory, Wood and Celluloid. Bath Brashes, Flesh Gloves, Towels ana sponges. - In connection with oar Dental department we nave a most complete line ot Tooth Preparations As recommended by the leading dentists. Rrushes in great variety of shapes and material. Pencils for removing tartar. Tooth Powders and Washes for dressing the teeth, purifying the breath and hardening the gams. Lather Rrnshes. Razors. Strops, Shaving Soaps and Creams, as famished the leaning DarDers tor their own nse. Dressing Cases, empty or filled, com' plete and oompact for the table or valise. Pocket Flasks, Drinking Cops, Cork screws, Champagne Faucets, Focketbooks, Sislebooka and .Purses, together with our usual stock of Novelties in Leather, Ivory ana unt mass. Genuine Goods.at Bottom Prices. E. L, WASHBURN, 84 GMrcl ul61 Center st, NEW HAVEN. . Lightning Frnit Jars, ALL SIZES. . . Blason's Improved Frnit Jar. Blason's Improved Porelaln Lined Fruit Jar. In all sizes. Rubbers for all Jars, Glass and Tia A op jeuirn, wire uwn covers, J- ly Traps, Ice Crushers, Freezers, Water Coolers, etc., etc, etc Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets, All complete, reduced as below: One 175 set reduced to 860. One 75 set, French, reduced to $50. One SO set, French, reduced to $45. One 45 set, porcelain, reduced to $45, ' One 45 set, porcelain, reduced to $35. One $40 set, porcelain, reduced to $30. Our open stock patterns, from which yon can pick out a good set, for $10, $1 and $15. We keep a full line ef Silverware to loan, also Crockery and Glassware ef every description. ROBINSONS, 9 Church street, near Chapel. Close at 8 o. m. nntU September 1st. Monday and Saturday excepted. - aul8 satuth GRATEFUL COMFORTING. EPFS'S GOCOA. BREAKFAST. "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutri tion, s nd bv a careful aorjiication of the fine prooer- ttea ol well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epos has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored bev erage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. It Is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually builtup untllstrong mraia-h to reslflt every tendency to disease. . Hub. dredaof suMlemaladieaarefioatingaroundus ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pur. blood and a properly nourished frame." Civil Service Gazette. ' - Mad. simply with boiling water or rattle Sold only In half pound tins by Grocers, labeled thus: jurjro s uu,CUHno9epatiuo unemMts, sai2 to&wtf London, Kngland. pp'enoiPenc'u Jar perfect firvmj fins ACS, liriEfs, Stays wftrg., K0PS WX. Starln's New Haven Transport tlon Line. Every Dor Except Saturday. m ".l!je. Leavs New Haven, from Start nV JSSElock. at 10:15 o'clock p. ra. Tht JOHN H. STARIN, Captain McAlister, every But, day, Tuesday and Thursday. The ERASTCE CORNING, Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Returning, leave New York, from Pier 18, foot of Courtland street, at ftp. rn. trie Starin every Monday, Wednesday and Friday the Corning every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday' The only Sunday night boat from New York. Fare, with u.Ji is cabin, 7Gc; stateroom $1. Xv cursion tickets $1.25. - Free Stage leavee the depot on arrival of Hart ford train, and from corner Church and Chape streets every half hour, commencing at 8:S0 o'clock p. m. Tickets and Staterooms can be purchased of tht Downes News Co., 869 Chapel street. Feck At Bishor 703 Chapel street, and at the Tontine Hotel. C. M. CONKIJN, "Agent, my81 New Haven. Conn. NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT CO. Sadly for Now Tork Fare TSe. lnctu- -lnarbertjh Excursion Tickets (good days) $1.35. Steamer C.H.NORTHAM, Capt. F.J. Feck, leaves NewHaven 12 o'clock p.m., Bnnday excepted. State rooms sold at Peck A Bishop's, and at Klock'sDro g Store. Steamer CONTINENTAL Capt. Stevens, leaves New Haven at 16:15 a. m. Sundays excepted. From New York The O. H. NORTHAM leaves Peck SUp at 8 p. m., and the CONTINENTAL at 11 p. m., Sundays exceirteu. Saturday 12 o'olockmic- nlght. Sunday, ELM CITY at 11 p. m. Sunday Boat for N. York Steamer ELM CITY Capt. Bishop, at 10:15 a. m. and NEW HAYEN Capt. Brown, at 10:30 p. ra. Staterooms sold at the Elliot) House. Free stage from Ins. Building st (p. m. Tickets sold and eaggage 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 Wxdnksd iv, Aug. 8, Sept. 5, Oct. 8, Oct. 81. Largest and finest passenger steamer afloat. Cabin $50, 860 and $80; Second-class, $30. GLASGOW SERVICE. Steamers every Saturday from New York to GLASGOW and LONDONDERRY Cabin passage to Glasgow, Londonderry. Liver pool or Belfast, S45 and $55: 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 Brotners, New York, or BUNNELL SCRANTON, 78 Orange street, WM FITZPATBICK. 763 Grand avenue, New Hayenu ap7 6m NEW TORK, NEW HATEtV AND HARTFORD R. R. July 22, 1888. . Tbaiks Ijuv New Havjch as Follows: jFor New Tork S:B0. 4-20 Mallv nmi Monday), 4:50, tS:15, t7:00. t7:S0, 8:10, 8:80, 9:35, tl0:40, ll:50a.ra., 1:30. 1:35, 2:30, 8:50. 4:00, 5:00f 5:30 (South Norwalk accommodation), 5:50, 6:00, .7:06, (6:80 and M5 way to Bridttortl 8:08. 9:05. 9:10 o.m. Rmillim-3:!SC 4:20, M:60, 8:00 a. m., 6:00, 0:80, 7:06,7:30, 8:C0 p. m. - WSUtnlnsrton Hlarkt Bxurus via Rirlaia River Leaves at .11:50 p. m. daily; stops at Mil ford, Bridgeport, South Norwalk, Stamford. JFor Boston via BorimrOeld 1:18. 6:52. 8:00, .ll.-OS, 11:20 a. m., 1:16, 8:10, 5:55 p. m. 8rNDJLYS 1:16 night, 5:55 p. m. For Boston via New London and Providence n :55 a.m. Fast expresses (12:05, 3.-05 and '6:65 p. m.) Buxdats 1:55 a. m. For Boston via Hartford and New York and New England B. B. 2:20 a. m. dally. 1S:05 pan. Vox Boston via Air Line and N. Y. and N. B. B. R. 5:00 p. m. fast express Sundats 6:00 p. m. For lriertelen, Hartford, SprlBsrflelcl, .Etc. 12:25 night. 1:18 night (2:20 a. m. td Hartford), 6:52, 8:00 10:25, 11:05, 11:20 a. m. (White Mountain express), 12:05 (stopping at Ber lin and Hartford), 1210, 1:16, 8:10, 5:02 (6:05 to Hartford). 5:55, 8:15, 10:C6 p. m Susdats 1:18 night, 5:55 p. m. 8hobb Lias DrvTBioar. . For New jLondon, Etc. 1:55 night," 7:00, 7:60, 10:45 a. m., 12:05, 1:80 (Saybrook aoc.), 8:05. 5:16. 6280 (Lyme acc.), 6:55, 9:00 p.m. (Guilford accommodation). Bdndats 1:55 night. Ara Lnrjji Divisiobt. For RlldcUetown, Wllllmantlc, Etc. Leave New Haven for all stations at 8:05 a. m, 1:25 5:00, 6:16 p. m. Sundays 5:00 p. m. Connect at Middletown with Connecticut Valley H. R., and at Willimantic with N. Y. and N. E. and N. L. and N. R. R. at Turnersville with Colchester Branch. Trains arrive In New Haven at 8:00. a. m, 1;23 . 6:58,8:CSp. m. . . Naugatpox Division. Trains leave New Haven, via the New Haven and Derby R. R., connecting with this division: For Win steel and way stations at 7:20 and 9:65 a.- m., 2:85, and 6:85 p. m. For VPat.rbary and way stations at 7:35 p. m. For New Havens Trains leave Winsted at 7:10 and 9:40 a.m., 1:20 and 4:50 p.m. Leave Water bury at 8:36 and 10:54 a. m. ; 3:42 and 6:08 p. ro. All the above trains connect with trains on Wa tertown Branch. ' NOBTHAHPTOHT DlYIBIOB. For Sluelbnrne Falls, Turner's Fall, wuiu noiivn. now r..va II art f ord and intermediate stations, trains leave New Haven at 7:45, 11:04 a. m. and 4:00 p. m For' "WIHIasnsborek, Nortkaunpton, and points this side, at 6:15 p. m. From Williamsburg train arrives at 9:25 a. m., 1:23 and 8;C5 p. m. and from Shelburne Falls and intermediate stations at 1:23, 4:65 and8:6Ep.m. For Saratora, at 7:45 a. m., arriving at 8:15 p. m., and 11:04 a. rrj., arriving at 6:36 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 4:56 p. m. has THROUGH PARLOR CAR from Sara toga at 10:30 a. m. O. M. 8HEPARD, C. T. HEMPSTEAD, General Supt. Gen. Pass. Agent. Express Trains. tLoeal Express. New Haven and Derby Railroad. Train Arrangement commencing Sunday, July - 8, 1888. UBAVB NEW HAVEN At 7:20 and 9:55 a.m..l:09,8:S5,5:35,7:35 and ll:15p m LEAVE ANSONIA - ' - At 6:49, 9:68 and 11:43 a. ji., 12:50, I.-S5. 8:10, 6:61 8:20 and 12:15 D. m. Sunday trains leave New Haven at 8:10 a. m. 8:10 p.m..- Sunday trains leave Ansonia 7:20 a. xn., 6:00 p.fn. Connections are made at Ansonia with passenger trains of the Naugatnck railroad, and at New Hares with the trains of N.Y., N.H. H. R. K J. P. HOPSON, Snp't. New Haven, July 8, 18S8 W. J. ATW ATEB & CO, Paper and Twins Warehouse, 956-962 GRAND AVENUE. ALSO - Manufacturers of Eel Pots, and Wholesale and RetaU dealers In all kinds or Seines, Nets, Hooks. Poles aud Fishing; Tackle , OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Stationery and School Supplies ma uvrrjEIST e ICES. mylOtf .. VAULTS AND CESSPOOLS Thoroughly and Neatly Done fev a? a vrna Ajka.j.maa.iza. ORDERS LEFT AT B. B. Bradley A CCs, 405 State street, x . rieigDcon ft, x Broadwav. Wlllreoeive prompt attention. RarJfi1n. anteed. Tslsphens Conneotlofi. TrJr:nuamp,?,le Baskets. LOT cheap. We want the room. P HALX, gt SON, 779 Chapel ftjree