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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4. 1894.
Happenings in the state gSTMLHTna ixuin:xr mx tahi ova fAitn or voxxkcticvt. Old ol.ll.r uf taut Uvgimtnt .Tlwlr Trip to Anllrtwn-Tun .nlih aiutrrow ml lh t'mikor Wru-A ValnahieTrut. tltii Hor h..l-U4ilod una to Hurt fur China (ionoral Mw. A uiwtiim of tli gein'rul I'ommltum t UirKitihth. Klfvtuilh, KourltHiulU outl Blxteviiiu tVmmnlUsit ifclmcnts will lie Jifltl Frliluy tit i. in., I" - A parlor. ClifJii-y ImlUltiij,'. 1 ''"iHI'liI" erriititienimitii for tlio t'xitimloii to An tli'tum. Hopiuwntutivin of mHroml will be pn-wui to oflVr I'luiu uu4 iiit' lor tlu fxi'urliu. Tlio KntsliiiU f)itrron, lltlli nulwimi- rUIioukIi tl'y ni'. livt boon quit -ccHiifn) lu kwpin tin- linker worm trom the uliiultf Irons. Thin i Jnit liy they wi'W) luipoiii-il. There I u mn-rtou of Farmlnlou iiveuim. jiil unl ot W. Jowph' ctitlieili nl. however, Hint Kn lisli sparrow have omiUrd In their hunt for pulutul'le nmnols. Hevenil of the Jmiiilome elm tree on tlmt section of the uveuue ure Just now suviiKi'ly iit tacked by canker worms, find their foli uge Is belug very much iimrred. A mure that wus in pasture on Svaao Sanderson's stock farm, about a mile and a half from WMlmnnttc. was found July 2 dwad In the pasture with a. bullet hole In her breast. The bullet wan of a large calibre, and must have passed through the animal's body. Tho sure was owued by George W. GroBK of Hartford and was twelve years old. She was by a son of George Knox, with a record of 2:28. and wan a valuable horse. The time of the shooting, and the enseal who did the deed, Is unknown. Mr. Sanderson has ottered a reward of ISO for the discovery and conviction of the perpetrator. Carrie Prudence, daughter of the Rev. lAIpheus Winter of Mlddlefleld. was married in Mlddlefleld Saturday to Charles Kofold of Normal. III. The fcrlde Is a graduate of the Hartford pub lic high school and Oberlln college, and la well known in this city. For three years she was a teacher in the Sand wich Islands, and during the interest consequent upon the dethronement of , tjuoec Liliuokalanl and the establish ment of the Dole provisional govern ment wrote several graphic, descriptive letters about the change for the Hart ford Courant. The bridegroom, Mr. Ko fold, has Just completed a course at Harvard college, where he received the degree of Ph.D. and commendation for rin-lnal work In the deDartment of zo- ology. In the fall he will begin his work Instructor In the University of Mich igan. E. F. Durand and "Waterbury divl elons, U.R.K.P., of Waterbury. says the Waterbury American.cah wear pat ent leathers, plyg hats and have their trousers creased every night, if they wish, on their trip to Washington next August. They cleared 1,S00 clear money at their eight nights' fair, which closed at city hall Saturday evening. The iwhole thing was a brilliant success. In Manchester Edward Griswold's "house on North School street was Struck by lightning during the thunder etorm Saturday night. The damage to the building was slight. A valuable cow belonging to Thomas P. Aitkin was ' etruok by a flash of llghtnlg while (Standing In a lot near Main street, and iwas killed Saturday night. Mr. Gris wold's misfortune did not come singly, for the same day a draught horse of his weighing 1,700 pounds and valued at 4250. died of lockjaw. William L. Webster, aged fifty-eight, proprietor of the Valley street meat market In WllUmantlc, died suddenly of apoplexy Monday. He lived at 36 Pleasant street, and had risen as usual and started to go out to the milk wagon for tha daily milk supply. While pass ing: tbi stove in the kitchen he fell to the floor and died in a few minutes. Tbe-Plalnrllle baseball team will play two games in Wlnsted with the Wln- Vted tears July 4, Seymour, July 8. Atwood of Middle , bury bat been arrested as an lhcendla. ry. Atwood married a daughter of David Bert of Seymour and for twenty years was In the clothing bust guess here wtth his father-in-law, but fatted, hli partner being ruined. Mr. feettt died and Atwood's wife refused to allow htm to stay at the homestead iAlwood went to Mlddlebury on Wed- nee day night, when Mrs. Atwood'B two bftrtis were set on fire, and one was de stroyed. Atwood was seen on the prem ise, and evidence showed that he had ourchased an oil can which was found '-tHe was item in si.uuu Donas ior trial. IN WEST HAVES. Continued Uvtdences of the Increased Prosperity of the Borough. H. B. Burgess, of the Burgess Fur and Hat Co., this city, has erected five bouses on Albert street. West Haven, iln the last few months, all of a sub stantial and attractive description, with all the modern improvements. They are quite a handsome addition to that section. Two of these have been 'Wold, one to a former New Haven man who formerly conducted a grocery ,tore on Wooeter street, and now has a 'rrocetr next door to his new home ' and is doing a good business. It 1b the -only grocery in that section. Mr. Jus tin Burgess la to erect at mo distant day several houses on Albert street on land adjoining his brother's. Mr. B, C. Katsch, the Church street jeweler, has erected three or four houses on the game street in the same vicinity. In all about a dozen new houses have been erected Inside the lost two years. , (The houses rent very readily. Mr. H. IB. Burgess has also begun the erec tion of a comfortable double house twltn modern Improvements, hard wood finish, on Wood street, just around the corner from Albert street I 1 Encasement Annonneed. , The announcement is made of Mies JCInnlo Belle Kay's engagement to Mr. Clark Goodrich, younger son of ex jSeleetman and Mrs. John I. Goodrich, tf Crown street. Mr. .Goodrich is the brother of Mum JTuUe Goodrich of Crown street: He it ' grandson of the late Massens Clark, JJe hM been employed in tne fselgbt de partment of the union depot for sev eral year) a modest, popular joting ' faanaud highly esteemed by all his e- aAiiiitAs. Tim vouuir oatifjla are nuwiva tag BAB wtiffatvlatiaat, 1 it-. fi fiue n tm hi tio.mi). 8wr t imlmcU Awanlod Yesterday. A special meeting of the board of public works was held yesterday af ternoon, at which the contracts for the following sewers were awarded: In Ellsworth avenue, from Elm to Rey nolds mrepis, to C, W, Blukcslee A Hon for lG2; In Dlekrrmun street, from Orchard street to Hperry street, to An thony Carroll for II. 428; at Evergreen cemetery, to connect Davenport avenue with the old sewer, to Patrick Maher & Son for ttZ't; In Cedar street, from Cnsslus to the Consolidated railroad. to Lawrence O'firlen at $158 and In Or chard street, from Ooffe street to Whal- ley avenue, to C. W. Illakeslee & Son at 11,55130. The F.Uwuril F. Jlmiillelil. No attempt bus yet been made to raise the three-mnnted schoonerEdward I". Mansfield, which wns run Into and sunk in Huston hurlmr Saturday night. The vessel wus owned largely by Frunk W. benedict of this city, and was built less than ten years ago In the yard of the lute Captain Croscley, the father of Cuptnln Crossley In Madison. Almost Immediately after the collision the foreman! of tho Mansfield fell over with n crash, taking everything In the fore part of tho vessel overboard. The Frank W. Howe, which collided with the MniiBlleld, was bound for Bruns wick, Ga. At the time of the collision the watch and engineer, George A. Ham mond of Hrltlgeport, were both below in .their bunks In the forecastle. The mast fell over on the roof of the Mrnisflelcl's deck house and crushed In the timbers and Injured the boiler so badly that the pumps could not be used. This, made matters worse, for the vessel was leaking and wns rapidly settling In the water. In the collision the Howe lost her port anchor from her bow and the heavy piece of iron fell over on the main deck of the Mans Held with a crash, splitting the decks open. The head gear of the Howe laid on the ManBfleld foredeck In a heap. All the wreckage fell over the forward deckhouse and the engineer and those who were sleeping in the house had a narrow escape from being seriously in jured. The Howe was on the star board tack when- the collision occurred, and the Mansfield was On the port. A boat was lowered from the Mans field, as the vessel was settling. First the captain's wife was taken into the small boat, then the crew. , Mate Lundt and Captain Crossley were the last to leave the vessel. The line from the small boat was made fast to the Howe and the crew from the Mansfield sat In their boat watching the vessel settle lower in the water. Finally the small boat was drawn alongside of the Howe, and after considerable demur ring the Mansfield's people were taken on board the Howe. Hardly five min utes had elapsed after the Mansfield's people left the ship before the vessel went down port first, keeling over as she sank. A few minutes after the vessel reappeared at the surface and then again disappeared, settling to? the bottom in water 180 feet deep. W AT. HNGFOJtD. The glorious Fourth was ushered in with the usual clamor of bells, tin horns, oannons, firecrackers, etc., and the en thusiasm seems as fresh and hearty as in years past. The Salvation army from Meriden will have an outing on Paradise island to-day. They will arrive here about 9 o'clock on the eleotrios and will spend the entire day on the island and about the lake. Reltgious servioBB will be in order on the island should enough visi tors call to warrant the same, Mrs. Lottie Harrison, who has been the guest of Mrs. George Carr of Hall avenue, will sail on the Umbria for Eng land on Saturday. Patrick Gannon hae sold, out his gro cery business on Colony street to his son Frank. Jacob Gibbons of New Haven who is stopping at his sister's; Mrs. A. J. Good rich of Washington street, is orltically ill uud for the past twerity-our hours has been unconscious and steadily fail ing. The Kangaroos defeated the Boome rangs three games yesterday by scores of 19 to 9, 18 to 12 and IT to 18. Will Home made a home run and played a great gfeme at first base. Big Brennan cnught two flies, '.rue oia-time imu player, James G. Wrinn played second base in flue style, notwithstanding hid 200 pounds of avordupois. The teams will piny again on Thursday. The Walliugfords play with the Bridgeports at Sew Mtlford to-day. F. M. Cowlos' Sunday school class will picnic at Spruce glen to-day. The Advents will have a picnio at Jones grove to-day. The rainfall for June was .05 of an inch. W. S. Maltby has gone to Chautau qua, T. Y., to open his bloycle school. William Olmstead has gone t& North- port, L. I., for his va-cation. Theodore F. Lane has accepted a po sition in the office of the Seymour Man ufacturing company, and begins his duties on Thursdav. The usual holiday hours at the post office 8 to 12, and 0:30 to T p. m. for box holders. Officer Rellly arresed D. J. Lynch of the Central hotel, Sunday, charged with keeping open his saloon after hours Saturday night. The case was settled without trial by the payment of $26 and costs. Andrew J. Smith started on the Sun day evening express from Meriden for Johnsonvllle, O.i on a visit to relatives. There is an eleven pound boy at the house of Thomas P. Blair that arrived Sunday. Dr. Wilson was on hand when the stranger arrived and all are doing well. Mltby, Stevens & Curtis company's factory shut down Monday evening for the usual summer vacation. George J. Talbot received a telegram Sunday from his father, Richard Tal bot, in Truckee, Cal., stating that the train fiad been held up three days ow- ffng to the. railroad strike. The will of the late George Hull has keen recorded. As previously stated, 4he property pn Fair street goes to the widow. The 12,000 insurance in the New Haven Masonic Mutual goes to his two eons, Charles Q, end A S Hull, .who. have paid the assessment for the past ten years. Phlllo Pinnean has arrived nome from Salt Lake City, Utah, where he has been located for the past yar or more. Mrs. A. J. Smith and Miss Edith V. Smith start Thursday for St. Stephens. New liruimwlck. The hulf-mlle rowing contwt between .the two llallH uud Olahn and Cook on the lake was close and lnteretliiK, tho latie winning by a small initrKln. The ruee wus not a regular one, being only a practleo pull and only over half the course. G. H. Hoynton has been elected col- lector of tlw Itoyal Arcanum In place of T. P. Lime, resigned. Compile Indite, No. 9, P. and A. M., at ll last meeting "colled off" until Auirust 2. . Court Windermere, A. O. F. has In stalled lis new oillcers. Mis. (. A. Hopnoii uud children are home from a visit to Taunton. Muss. Sheriff Knt Austin's pug dog was overcome by the heat and hud to be killed. Dr. Coudert shot the cunlne. The Nationul bund will play In Meri den next Monday. There were live baptized at tho ad vent church Sunday evening. Thomas E. Murphy writes to Judge Hubbard from Mt. Clemens, Mich., that he Is recovering from his rheumatism. mspEusun nr havekkbavt. The Pm-uIiHr Cnu of All the Childred Oiiltllns the Old Home. (From llie Chicago Dully Tribune.) They were talking about the deser tion of farms by the younger genera tion for the alluring charms of the cit ies; how young men and women left the home nest In the country as soon ns they felt any confidence In them selves and flocked to the paved streets' and brick walls of urban life- in the hope that work would not be so hard and money would come easier. "Our family furnishes a case In point," said a young German who had latterly ap peared in minor roles In Twenty-fourth ward democratic politics, "We're all In the city now except the old folks, who stick to the farm, and are doing pretty well. Our reaons for abandon ing the farm, however, were not those usually given, and I doubt if a parallel case can be found." Then he told his story: With two brothers and three sisters he lived on a farm one hundred miles from Chicago and thsy all aided a phlegmatic old father in operating the place. It was a fine piece of land and the family was happy and prosperous. But dark disaster came one day in the shape of a cabbage crop. The Chicago market showed a strong demand for sauerkraut and the farmer decided to go in for a profitable crop. With the three boys he planted several acres in cabbage, with excellent results. The crop was cut up and packed and there Were three hundred and fifty barrels of the finest sauerkraut made. Communicating with a friend in the grocery business on the North Side, the farmer received an order for ten barrels. A few days later the grocer announced that the best he could offer was eighty-five cents a barrel, the top market price. The Old man couldn't stand such a drop as that, so he had the shipment returned, paying freight charges both ways. Purchasing forty fine ydung pigs, he began fattening them on his high-grade sauerkraut. All went well for a few days, but the porkers soon tired of the diet and be gan to run from it. The pile grew high, and a few of the stronger pigs Jumped the fence and ran away, while others sickened and grew weak from. starvation. It was a puzzler for the old man, but he was determined to derive some benefit, and the boys lugged the stuff up to the orchard near the house, Whefe It was spread about as a fertili zer. By this ; time the entire family grew turbulent at the mere mention of sauerkraut, and when the sun poured its hot rays on the ploltled cab bage the girls rebelled. The farmer Was obdurate, and the three girls packed their effects and came to the city. The kraut became so powerful that even the old man could not stand It, and the boys were Instructed to cart It down to a distant field and spread it. The boys had been on the verge of mutiny several times and this settled It. They all "lit out" for Chi cago and have been here ever since'. The girls are in service, and once in a great while they all meet with the lonely and disappointed old Teuton on the farm. When It was all over the Chicago sauerkraut market went booming again. WILL PLEASE YOU, As a Chew, Or a Smoke. NoorrErin, the AcrnvK rarwcrprjE, KTUW l"l'H.AT.T7nr.TV ANTI-NERVOUS: ANTI-DYSPEPTIC. Hotel Clerk The old gentleman in No. 201 says that his room is full of Bteam from tho laundry. Proprietor All right. Charge him $1.50 for a Turk ish bath. New York World. WE HAVE A FEW ft, ".V Standard Lighting Company's Hew Process Gasolene Stoves, Whkftw shad sell at ' lfljurtBitDiuCoM, C. P. MEBRlMAlf, hODeaersniBgL lMHtaaEtteeV J, r. XARXVM'B REAL ESTATE, rroMrty Valued at 7,OO0 MvldeJ Among Several Heirs. llrlrttfeport, July .1. Ileal entute be longing to tho estate of tha lute P, T. Ilnriium and valued ut $83T,OO0 ha just been distributed. ('. lUrtuin Beeley, Jeiidtt B. Beeley, Miindmll and Herbert B. Hoeley get an uudlvldod Interest In over MS, 000 worth. The property sat unlda to the est Ate ot Juda II. Clark Is worth over flOO.000. Mrs. Helen B. Ruum'll of New York gets about tho same amount, ind Mrs. Caroline C, Tlioinpmm of Now Ybrk If given real estate valued at e.112,000. Thin Is the tin ill ilUtrihiitton during tho life time of Mrs. Biirnuin, the re mainder of the cHtnle, nbt'itl n million and n half, being kept to pay her uniiu Ity of 40,000. The heirs aro atWled with the report of dlHtrlbtitow, and It was accepted to-dny. Large Interests In Bridgeport ore Involved. VSE OF THE QVKEX'S EKGI.ISII. A Voting Ludy Wrltm Few Wordi of CrlllrUm. To the Editor of the Joi'hnai, and Courikr Dear Sir In this morning's Issue of your paper then) I a portion of an ar ticle quoted In which theso words oocur nwapger, stunning, bluse, Jennesse doreo and savoir fulre. Take the ono word Mvagger. I know that pollfc- society (!) has found a place and h use for It. WclMer't definition boustfuluest or Insolence of manner seems to have been dropped entirely and a new ono substituted but In spite of tho fact that Society (with a big 8) has summoned its use--It still has a flavor of the race course and the "book-mnking" fraternity. Tho "Pauls mid Tolly Prys" keep us informed as to the "swell1' thing to do thut so and so "is by far and away the most fetching girl In town"; that "Miss So and So woro a swagger little gown at the Yale-Harvnrd boat race," and so on ad Infinitum. It would be in fur better taste for American journal istically inclined young ladies to eschew such vulgarisms as swagger, stunning, twoll, mob. etc., etc., and use the queen's KngUsh pure and simple. Their articles will not be one whit less inter esting and the reader will not be troubled with visions of swaggering and blustering young women journalistej. Probably the aforesaid journalists are womanly women, but they dread to ap pear unsophisticated, so they swagger and stun away to their ljeart's content. New Haven, July 8, 1894. F. L, Life at Cosy Beach. . .There is a pleasant little settlement of fifteen cottages called Cosey Beach, in East Haven, between Lighthouse Point and Mansfield's grove. This evening the cottagers will illuminate and have some elaborate fireworks and a supper. Among the cottagers are Herbert P. Smith of North Haven, J. D. Ballou, Mr. Hugo, Mr. Porter of this city, .ex-Postmasterp., Jj., Clinton of Clintonville and Judge Walsh of New Britain. 4 ?. ', ' ' 'J' " MONARCH four Choice of Rims and Tires Call and See Them. Inckiflgliant, Clark 4 Jackson, State a raawtaBB irBELJPm WAM" WEATHER TO TALK TO YOU ABOUT FURNITURE But that's our business We close the season's business with the largest amount of sales ever recorded byus. . Our policy of good value at low prices is what has done-the business. - July ist we. inventoty. Previous to that time we offer our entire stoCk of Housefur nishing Goods at such low values that they cannot fail to tempt you. Come and get acquainted With our goods and prices. . As an illustration : 5-piece Farlor Suite, covered in Silk Brocatelle, for $1 7.36--fr03in that up to $ 1 50. Parlor Suites manufactured right on the premises in our own factory. You save all intermediate profits. Parlor Furniture reuphoi stered and re-covered r in the best possible manner by skilled Workmen.,- i ' "4 V. v';--' ': - ..'.;-i-"; H. B. AKHSTEOirG & CO, ' 8997 Orange Street and 780 Chapel Street Keep Well This Summer, If Exposed to Epidemic Influences Eat only Cooked Pofx! ' And Drink only v Boiled Water. Check Every Disturbance Of Stomach And Bowels with Sanford's Ginger, Containing imonff Its Ingreillcint the tins. est of meillclmU r reurh lirandy and Uihot of Im-Kirtwi Kincor, it is vanity supurlor to the chcnii, wnrililraa, and often uikogeroue gincera tirped tut mihalHiite. Ask fur 8ANr-l (ilXOKIt tad look for owl traile-uiark ou the wrapper, gold evsrwhere. fOTTKH Dhuo & Chss. Cobp, Boitoa. Are any of the new-fafigled washing compounds as good as the old fashioned soap ? Dobbins' Electric Soap has been sold every day since 1869 and is to-day exactly the same in quality as then. It never varies, and is always the best. Do your clothes last as they used to ? If not, then you are not using Dobbins' Electric. That is sure. And if not, wouldn't if pay you to use it and save clothes? You are the judge. After it has been used and praised by a whole generation of women, it surely is not a new-fangled humbug that it would be risky to try. Nor is it an , I M I T A of nyttuag lM- 14 rtudi 1 ,IL, L?. on Its own merits, nnp T I U N prosohed and UDapproaoh- able aa to parity, quality and econsthy. Be snre and get the genn ins, Dobbias' Eleotrlo Soap. Our name on every wrapper. Your grocer nia it or will get it DOBBINS' SOAP MFG. CO., 8o"cessors to L I Orsgln & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 6XEADIEV Strews WtHB SS Of QRPS Str'0s ON jfeCKLiAREL. . ARE ' "I bar found the' GKKTJ INE JOHANN HOFF'8 ll- all others in tho market, in all - - an Tffiduo lose of strornjta and vlgor." Da. Barb Hetuuit, Gt. Levis. filsoGr A on idlfaoa Co, ksa ij4 rtanUla ark. BICYCLED. Highest Grade. Weighs 25 Pounds. Agents, 294, 298, 298 State street. PI and we have to do it ,-f0RS CARPETS. mi HAVEN POSTOFFICL OmCH HOI7HS April 1 to November 1, Tftl . in, W MO p. m. November I to April It tans. ro. to feu) p. m, Bundnrs, from 12:00 on toltfup. m. , Vwtibiiln open for the seeomnwvlsttOD Of the holcUmof o k tHixradny and n I if tit. Arrival snd Dcpitrtura of Malta. New York -Open TOO, 0: a. m 140 m TAB, 4:30. 7fl0, o.iO i. m. Cl. 5:iJ, 00. lft'0. 11:00 , (OmtmtOMan, S:U, 4:lW,l7;00 dally, lu. eluding Huiidsyii), 11:00 p, in. New Vork Railroad Way-Opm :!, lftflB s. n., iX, 11:00 p. m. Cloao b.M, IfcUO a. in 0tf p.m. nnltlmor, Washington. Phllsdrlphla end ftmithrrn Statr tlpnu IK), Soil. 11:00 a. m. Clone :00 . m.. 12:00, 3:00, H), (7:00 dolly, Includlug Buudays), 11:00 p. m. Clilcntrosnd Western Bttr Open 100, 0:M a. m., 3 00, 9-:n p. m. Close' fun, t oo a. in., S.:, SOU. (7.-0U dally, Including Bunds)). 11:00 p. m. Albany and Northern New York Open 1KM, HMD a. in.. :i:0U, 1:00, 10:10 p. m. Close 1:00, ttli S. ll)., VIM, 8:00, 5:00, 1:00, 11:00 p. in. Snrlngllrlil Hiillroml Wty Open 10:!. m., p. in. Close 6:30, 10:U a. Ul., li;15, 2:30, 0:00, 11:00 p. in. noton-Opnn T:Ofl n, nr., 1:00, 8:00,4:30,1:00, 10 (l) p. in. CI.o 7:00, 10:15, 11:00 a. m., 13:15, 8:00,3:58,5:00. HM p. m. New Hninpahlra and Vormont Open 100, 1010 . in., 3 (111, 4:00. 10:00 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:16 a.m.. 6:00. 11:00 p.m. BprlngOekl Opri 100 10:30 a. tn.. 3:00, 4:30, 10:11 p. in. Close 7;M, 10:13 n. in., 12:13, 2:30, 5.00, HKKip, m.i . i i, . Hnrtfort-Open 100, 9:30. KMW a. m., 1:00. 3:00, MM. 8KI), 10:00 p. m; Close T:00, 10:15 a. m.. 12:15. 2:30, 6:00, 0(13, 11:00 p. m (1:00 m. Hundays). Mnrlilen-Open 7:00. 10-.30 a. m.. 1 :00, 3:00, 7:00, :30p. m. Clone 7:00, 10il3 . m., 12:16, 2:30, 6:00, ii:w p, m iix:uu p, in, oiinanyn). U nll. I . .MV' M.M - A AA B.AA w itriimii vi?en ii. iv:w a. m., 9:w, :au, 10:(I0, 11:00 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 1:30, 11:00 p. m. Walllnufonl Onen 10:30 . m.. 3:00. 7:00 ll. m. Dose 5:30, 7:00, 10: 16 a.m., 2Ji0.6:00p. m. Wlllimantle Onon 7:00. 10:30 a. m.. 3:00. 10:00 p. hi. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m 12:15, 3:53, 11:00 p.m. Kenainrton Onen 10:30 a. m.. 8:00 D m. Close 7KWa. m., 2:30 p. m. North IlavenOnnrt in30 il. fn.. 9410 D. m. Close 7:00, 10:16 a. m., 2:30, 6.-00, 11:00 p. m. BrldtrenortOrien 7:00. 0:30. 12:00 a. m.. 2J10. 4:30, 7:00, 0:00 p. m. Close 5 M 0:00, 11:00 a. m 12:1)0, 2.-00, 6:00, 7:00, 11KX) p.m. . New Iindon Open 7:00, 10:30 a. m., 3:30, 7KW, 10:00 p. in. Close 7 .-00, 10:15 a. m., 2:00, 4:30, 11:00 p. m. NewTiondnn Rallronri Wav Onen 10:30 a.m.. 8:30, 10:00 p. m. Close 7:03, 10:15 ft. m., 4:30 p. m. Brnnford, Gullford-Open 10:80 a. ni., 3:30, 10KKI p. m. Clone 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 4:00, 11:00 p.m. Norwich and Esetern Connecticut Open 100. 1(h00 a.m., 3:80, 7K. 9:80 p. m. Close 7:00, il.-OO a. m 2:00, 4:30, 11:00 p. m. Providence and Rhode Island Open 1M, 10130 a. m., 3:90, 1:00. 10:00 p. m. Close 7:00, 11:03 a. m., 12:15, 2.00, 11:00 p. m. Newport: R. I. Open 7:00 a. ni 8:30, 7:0p p.m. Close 100, 11:00 a. m., 2:00, 11:00 p. m. New Tfnven And ' Knrthamntnn Wav Onen 3:00,10:00 p.m. Close 8:00 a. in., 8:00 p. m. CoUiDSvlllo, Plantsvllle, Unionvillc, South Inirton and Now Hartford Onen 10:30 a. 3:00, 0:00, 10:00 p. m. Close 6:00, 10:15 a. m., 3:00, 6:00 p.m. Nsuiratuck Railroad Wav Ooen 10-50 a. m.-. BKlOp.m. Close 9:00 a. m 6:00 p. m. Watfirhurv Onnn 7:00. 10:30 a. m. 1:00. 3:30. BKK), 10:00 p. m. Close 6:00, 9:00, 10:15 a. m., 1:30, 5:00, 11:00 p. m. Blrmlngliam Open 10:30 ft. m.. 3:00. 6:00, 8:00 p. in. Close 6:00, 9i00, 11:00 a. m.. 1:30, 6:00 P. m, Seymour Open 10:30 a. m., 8:00 p. m. Closfi 6:00, 9:00 a. m., 6:00 p. nt. Orang-e Open 10:30 a. m., 8:00 p. m. Close 9:00 a. m., 6:00 p.m. Housatonlc Railroad Wav Open 3:00, 10:00 p. m. Close 6:00 a. m., 3:55 p. m. Connecticut Valley Road Way Open 10:30 , m., 2:30, 6:00 p. m. Close 6:00 a. m 2:00, 11:00 p. m. Air Line Railroad Way Open 3:00, 10:00 p', m. Close 7:00 a. m ,, 12:15, 3:55 p.m. Durham, CllntonvlUe and Northford Open lOHO a. m 10:00 p. m. Close 7:00 a. m. 6:00 p. m. Mlddletown Open 7:00, 10:30 a. m.. 8:00, 1:00i 8:00, 9:80 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 12:15, 2:00, 6:00, 11:00 p. m. IJanbury Open 7:00, 12:00 a. tn 8:30, 8:00 pirn. Close 6:80, 9:00, 10:15 a. m., 2,00, 8:30, 11:00 p. id. Mllford-Open 9:80, 12:00 a. m., 8:80, 10:00 p. m. Close 5:30, 9:00, 11:00 a. m., 2:00, 50 p. m. Colchester Open 3:00, 10:00 p. m. Close ICO a. m., 5:00 p. m. , ; West Haven Open 9:30 a. m 1KM, t-30, I'M p.m. Close 5:30 a.m., 12:30, 5:00 p.m. Branch Office Open 0:15, 12:00 n. m 5:00, 9:30 p. m. Close 7,00, 0:15, 11:00 a. m., 4:50 p. m. WcstvlUe Open 0:15 a. m 1:00, 9:30 p. m. Close 7:00, 11:00 a. m., 4:50 p. m. North Branford and North Guilford OpeB 12:00a.m. Close 12:30 p. m1. Foreign Open at. 7:00 a. m., 8:00, 4:30. 7:00 p, m. Close 5:80, 9:06, 11:00 a. in., 12.30, 3:00, 3:55, 1:00,11:00 p.m. Carriers' letters can Be obtained In the even ing between 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock at the carri ers' window. Sundays 12:00 to 1:00 p. m. The letters in the boxes at the depot will be anlleeted bv the local aarent Ave minutes be fore the departure of all mall trains. Money Sent Without Danger of Loss. Money orders and registered letter windows open from 8:00 a. m. until 7:00 p. m. Money orders can be obtained at this office upon any money order postofflce In the United Suites, Germany, Great Britain, Switzerland, Canada, Italy, Portugal and India. The fees on orders in the United States are: Orders for $6 or less, five oents; over $5 and not exceeding 110, eight cents; over $10 and not exceeding 16, tenxsents; over $15 and not exceeding $30, fifteen oents; over $30 and not exceeding 40, twenty cents; over $40 and not exceeding 150, twenty-five cents; over $50 and not exceeding $60, thirty cents; over $60 and not exceeding 870, thirty-five cents; over $70 and not exceeding $80, forty cents; over f80 and not exceeding $100, forty-five oents. Pos tal notes will be issued in amounts less than five dollars. Pee for samo will be only three Cents, and they must be presented for pay ment within 90 days after the same is issued. "Request to return" will be printed across the end of stamped envelopes, furnished by the postofflce department, without additional cost, where Such are ordered in lota of not less than 500. No fractions of cents should be Introduced in an order. To facilitate tho free delivery system letters Should be plain! v addressed to street and num. bar. , FRANCIS Q. BEACH, Postmaster. Sliscellaueutts. 8HI FOR THE RAGES ! Bn4 pronds yonrf elf with a Fii Glass or Sty disss, A PAIR or London Smoke Spectacles, OB LORGNETTE. Dont forgst Pookel Flask, Boitls of Cologii or toQi Wttwr, tm4 .' pokagt ot 2edoaxy Powdejp ForTmdet, TlrrfFeet -TrXSTTfimp IN THK LINK OS Optical Goods and Toilet 'Sundries IB TO BE FOUTO) At I L ffASHBDBK & CO,, Xew Yorlt, Xow iraven and llartford It. It July l94 ' , THAI59T.EATB NKW HAVEl) AS FOLIiOWJ POK NEW TORK-':30, ttHO, t:00, tfclO. 6:30, 'S35, t U1.U0 a. m U), It OJ, 'W (parlor oar limited). !:&, 1:46. t JO. 8:00, "3:30. t4:ia, SO, m, tm, TilO, t:10. Bridgeport aoooinmodatton), W:10, 9:15 p. nw Busdats-'I DO, :), K a. m- tSKH, tf-.U, 1:10, t:i 1:15. V:W p.m. FOI1 WAeillMOTON vu HARLEM RIVHH -12:10 a. m. (dally), M:10 p. m. rOK BOSTON VIA BIWIIfGFIKIjD-nJt. 'lO-.'O, niKH a. m '1KB, 5:U p. m. 8UKDATS-, 'l(nlifht), :K p. m. FOK BOSTON VIA NEW tOSDON AND PttOVIDBNCB-t:13. , MIS (parlor car limited) a. in.. K05. tea, M:5 ami "Mi P.m. Sunoats 2:t3,S:00 a. mn '0:55p.m. . FOR BOSTON VIA A IK LINK AND N. Y. N. E. R, R.-'4:S7 p. m. ftrsnAYs-' p. m. ton MEKIDEN, IIAHTFOKD, nrnlHQ FIELD, Kru.-'1:30 (nlijlit), :0, S:O0. tlOslO. U:!0 (Wiilts Muiiptaln-flmt stop FTartford). 11:06 a. m KM, 8; 10, 5:00, '5:52, (9:1 to Hurtford), 8.05, 10:01 p. m. flnnDATS-'lJO (nlrbt), '5:58, 8:28 (accomodation) p.m. . Nrw London Illvlalon, FOR NEW LON DON. ETO.-TW (nliiht), :. (night), 7:50, 9J, ll.i. '11:35 (parlor car llralU ed), a. m., '131. t:M. 3KX), NiW, '4:55, 8:, !: '8:55, (v p. m. Oulirord aooommodatlon). BUHbATS 'ftl8 (IllKbt), ,2:801nlfht), tM p m. Air Line UlvUlon. FOR MIDDLKTOWN.WTLUMANTI0.ETCH -03 a. n, IM, 4:67, 8:10 p. m. SCSDATS-. 4:57 p. ra. Conneotlnn at Mlddletown witl Vallcj- Division and at Wllllmantto with N. T, ft N. E. and N. L. N. K. K. at Turnerville witH Colchcetar branch. Northampton btvlaton. ' FOR BHELBURNE FALLS. TtTRNEWa FALLS,'WILLIAM8BURQ, HOLTOKB 'AND NEW HARTFORD, and intermediate Stations 7:45, 11:01 a. m. and 4KX p. m. FOR NORTHAMPTON, WILUAMSBUBO knd points this BldeAt 5)65 p. m. Bcrrklhlre Division. FOR DERBY JCNCTlON-4s p. m.' FOR Derby junction, Birmingham, anbo. NT A, Etc. 7:00, 0:40 a. m 12:00, t-Zl, 48, fc8, 7:38, IMS p. m. BinroATS-8:10 a. m., 8:30 p. m FOR WATERB0RY 7KX), 8:00 (via Nsugra tuck Junction), 0:40 a. m VtO), ttt, 6:30, 7:85 pv tn. SOKDATS 8:10 m. FOR WIN8TED 7KB, Mb a. m SUt, 8:30 p.m. Sundats 6:10 a. m. FOR BHELTON, BOT3FORD, NEWTOW, DANBtTKY, PITTSFIEIiD, BTATE LINE (MB a, m., 438 p. m. FOR ALBANY. BUFFALO, DETROIT, CIN CINNATI, ST. LOUIB, CHICAGO ANDTHB WEST-vla State Line-DO a. m.,'438 p. m. FOR LITCHFIELD and points on 6., L.ieNi I. R. (via Hawleyvllle)-9:4b a, m., 4:38 p. m. 'Exprera Trains, ttocal Express. ' C. T. HEMPSTEAD, Sen. Passenger Agt. STARIN'S NEW HAVEJ4 TKAN8- PORTATIOK LINBv Every Day Except Batordsy. afl- Leave New Haven from 8tarln'9' JaaQSMrDock, foot of Brown street. a l!!lP7ofock p. m. The JOHN H. 8TARIN, Captain MoAUster, every Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday. The WM. C. EGERTON, Cap tain Bpoor, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Rdtnralng, leave New York from Pier 18, N.R., foot Of Conrtlandt street, at 9 p. m.; the Starln every Monday, Wednesday and Fri day; the Corning every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Fare, with berth In cabin, 75o; staterooms 41.00. Excursion Tlokets JUS. ' Ticket and staterooms can be purchased of John M. Lines, Jr., 851 ChapsJ street; of Peels & UlshoD, 702 Chapel street, and at the Toutina Hotel. Excursion dates for Glen Island are now staffe loaves "the depot on arrival of Hartford train, and from cumey Church and Chapel streets every half hour, commencing 6 8:80 o'clock p. m. C. H. FISHER, Agent, New Haven, Conn. ANCHOR LINE. . - United States Mail Steamships . Ball fl-om New York every Saturday fo GLASGOW via LONUOKDEKKI. Rates for Balbon Passage, Bv B. 8. CITY OF ROME, M and upward 'Other Steamers, Cabin, 4S and upward, soj eordinB to aooommodatlon and location ot Room. Excvrston Tickets at reduoed rates. Center Second Cahin, so. Stoerage, Out ward, 80; Prepaid, 24. , Drafts nt Lowest Cnrrent Bates. For Book. of Tours and other Information, apply-to H ENDERSON BROTHERS, 7 Bowling Green, N. Yj or. John M. Llnesjr., 851 Chapel Street; or, Wm. Fltepatrlck, 967 Grand avenue; or, M. B. Newton & Co., 86 Orange street, New Haven. , i" ".. New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHARD PECK, Leaves New Haven (Belle Dock) daily, 18:80 night. New York (Pier 25 East Klver) 3 p. bl. (except Sunday,) 10:80 a. m. . . C. II. NORTHAM, New Haven, dally. 10:30 a. m New York 11:37 p. m., Saturday and Sunday 12 p. m. Fare 11.00. Excursion $1.50. . i 1 Staterooms and tickets for sale at Peek a Bishop's 702 Chapel street, aDd at Mix's drug Through rates given and bills of lading tow sued to points West, South and Southwest by the New Haven Fast Freight Line. . - Excursion Steamer .Continental is offarsd for charter during Summer season at very low rates. ED W. C, LbBOPRQBQIS, Agent THE ELM CITY PRIVATE DI8PEKSART. Old BelUble Eipert 8peolJlt, ' . , 28 Years' Experience. . ' In Nervous Diseases, Blood and Bkln Affeo. tlons, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, and all Private Diseases of MenMdWpmen. ... WE ARE SUCCESSFUL BPEClsJJSTB, Permanently looated In this city. . By special study and medal work -we keep In advanoe, and lead in snooasfnl treat, ment ef Sexual DebUlw, Weaknesi, Dsspontb ency, Lost Power, all effects of Eloeesea and Abuses.. SyDhilis, and aUdlscasss: at the jrsnito urinary organs. OONiULTATlON TSiST W Office at Boom 9, Boardmsn Bnlldlng, Sorner Chapel and State street. , ' Offloe Hpurst m. to in., 2 to p. nu, svenlngsftow. Sundays, 10 to, li.. Patients treated by nail. (Jorrespondenos eonfldenrial. n3 ii)ozzqrjrs III MEDIOATfD cor.iPLEXion Itasaats a tWHant jrauualagrto ,bs Ma, r !