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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, JULY 19 1894.
i MET A mHillTFI'l. PViTH. lllluiu HUUey, an HM mid K.inpa I'm . ilurnrtut'uiiMilhliilnl Itwllroml, killed on lul , The Water tr't erosalng yesterday tnorntnB r.tw.L4 Mill nnother frlslttful icldii)t In whit n Wlllluiu HUkiy of 20 iprlntt rwt.ne ot lh oldest and most tsteemed tm.y of the Consollduted road. m t lil d.mu In horrible mnn iut. For f'liio tlma nt Hlckey had c)mri f the gate at thin rrotwlnK. l'csterday morning Ue cnme to work at 7 o'clock, ns UHunl. Home boys stole a piece of Ice out of the wntcr cooler In his fhnnty lit the dl.l,. of the track JiiHt Ix-fore the ncct-Ut-nt happened, and It wus whilo he wan chnsliiK them that he wan killed. He hiiw the Air Mnc train helng switched luti the yard and stepped out of the way of It.and In so doltiK got In front of the Shore Line train., arriving here at 7:40 a. m., which struck him. His body was run over and horribly mangled. The police ambulance was called, and the remain taken to Lewis & Mavcock's. The medical examiner gave the cause of his death as an ac cident. Mr. Hlckey. who was about sixty five years of age, went to work fur the road forty-two years ago, and wns one of the oldest employes In the yard here. He was much respected by all who knew him for his accommodating ways. When the war broke out Hlckey serv ed the four years, and afterwards re turned to railroad work. He leaves a wife and three children. lie was an es teemed member of the Sacred Heart church. His wife Is In a very feeble condi tion. Hlckey was Insured for J400 in the Metropolitan IJfe Insurance company. Mr.Hlekey Is said to have been one of the most careful men on the railroad. He never would go on the track unless he looked both ways. In this accident his death was considerable of a surprise to railroad men. It is to be explained, perhaps, by the fact that the Shore Line engine was obscured by steam, which had been caused by the Air Line engine. He was the oldest man. with the exception of three, on the road. He was a brakeman on the same train with ex-Pollce Captain Hyde nearly forty years ago. Mr. Hlckey was a private in Company lK, Twenty-seventh Connecticut regi Wient, and Captain D. S. Thomas, who was in command of that company, epoke of him last evening as one of the bravest men In battle he ever saw. Reef Discovered In the Harbor. The United States coast survey steam er Endeavor with a corps of government engineers on board has been engaged in locating obstructions at the entrance of the harbor for several days. Two years ago Captain C. H. Townshend of this city asked the government to examine the bottom near the breakwater, but the coast survey officials did not re spond until this week. The rocks in the harbor will be located by the en gineers and marked. Tuesday a reef was discovered near the eastern end of the new breakwater close by where the steamers pass, and this will be marked to guard against possible injury to the steamers, which might get too close to the dangerous obstruction. The work will be continued for several days and the engineers will be assisted in their work by Captain Townshend. Mrs. Thomas M. Roche and her two daughters, the Misses Edith May and Esther Margaret Roche, leave to-day for Nyack-on-the-Hudson, where they will spend the remainder of the present month and August. Rough on Asthma. New treatment; a remarkably effective Remedy; gives prompt relief; no necessity for the burning of herbs. 50c. at druggists, or mailed. E. S. WELLS, Jersey City, N. J. Rough on La Grippe Colds. Is the best possible and a decidedly effective remedy in Influenza, La Grippe, heavy colds, etc. When a heavy cold has been caught, these convenient Tablets, if promptly taken, will break it up. 50c. at druggists, or mailed. Change Gradual But Sure. Gray hair dyed looks unnatural; but it is grad ually changed to original, natural color by using Wells' Hair Balsam; elegant tonic dressing, 50c. and $1.00, at druggists. Hold Your Tongue I Hold it out ; see if it's coated. If so you're bilious. Start the bile at onoe with Rough ON Bile Pills. They move the bowels, unload the congested system, awaken the sluggish liver. They are chocolate coated and very small. 10c. nd sc. at Druggists or mailed. " Rough on Rats " Is sold all around the world, is usnd by'all nations VI IOC eaiLIl, IS mc uiui caicunivciy autnuU is the best known, and has the largest sale of nv article of its kind on the face of the orlobe. It gives satisfaction every time, everywhere ; tney -uon i uie in me nou&c. roi iv,a, Jaice, ocsroacne5, Ants, dcu ug: f iica, u i"WS superb dressing and tonic in Ijll vigoralor, while it slightly darkens the hair. Is not designed torestore trior to gray hair. Hair Eke individuals iotersgreatly. Mo one preparation suits teryooay, utis,erea8es.pomaaesnave le oat 01 use. inis preparation isae ned as an elegant dressing, without iblng and over-greasing the hair, yet h vegetable oil sufficient to keep dry , harsh or brittle hair in aelossv. smooth. ifott, bright, life-like condition. Itis are- yivingjvire&ning tonic ana gentle stimu teat to the hair and scalp, gives tone, Irronees and strength tothesame. Stops droODint or failing of the hair, nromotes rigorous growth. Br use of WELLS' TOILET HAIK LUXTJBY toe most Impoverished hair is restored to vitality and rigor, and preserved Erompremaiureaecayi euitea 10 young or 01a, maie or remaie. Harmless. PRICE $1.00. SIX FOR f 5.00. Bold by Druggists or sent prepaid by Express, on receipt of price. E. S. WELLS, Chemist, Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, JERSEY CITY, N. J., U. S. A. JW. IHVHTHX MOHKM, CHAV1.AIX, Mate rrlum Mlrwtur Ifolwt Him from l inen Apillraut. Hartford. July 18. Th board of dl rector of the elate prison have elected the Ilev. Iighton Moses of Uranby chaplain of the prison, hi term of ser vice to begin August 1. The chaplaincy whs made vacant June 1 by the resig nation of III Hew E. F. Atwood, and there has been a number of applicants for the position, fifteen altogether. The pusltiim curries with it a salary of J'.hio and bonne rent, the chaplain occupying one-half of the house of the deputy wurdun In the prison u rounds. Mr. Moses Is about fifty years old, and wns ordained as a Congregational minister In 175. He bus preached continually since for parishes in Con necticut, having been Installed pastor of the South church In Uranby May 1, lSiia, and employed as pastor of the North church In the same town, that being the arrangement of the two par ishes, which are both small. Mr. Moses Is a well known Gospel temperance worker ami spoke several times on the platform with Temperance Evangelist Murphy In his campaign In this city In 1S!X He has conducted services at the prison twice recently and madu a favorable Impression. in itn i Ai.tr e. All Italian lias o lie lug tint Baiily In jured. Watcrbury, July IS. Nlco Fusco. an Italian laborer employed by Charles Thatcher & Co. on their pipe laying contract in Watervllle, was badly in jured by the caving In of a bank yes terday afternoon about 4 o'clock. He was at work In the trench when a large bank of dirt fell on him, hiding him entirely from view. He was standing up at the time, so that It re iiulred a large amount ot dirt to cover him. The men at once dug him out and brought him to this city on the 5:53 N'augatuck train and took him to his quarters back of the Monitor Hose company's house on Hank street, and Dr. Axtelle was sent for. Upon exam ination It was found that his right collar bone was broken, besides being bruised all over. On his back, over the shoulder blades, the skin was torn off und he was badly bruised all across his shoulders. He Is also Injured in ternally. XILFOBD. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith of Phila delphia are guests of Mrs. William B Clark, Miles B. Plumb's barn was burglar ized on Thursday night, and a harness, feed and other articles were carried off. No trace of the guilty party has been discovered. Fred Miller, a Swiss, forty-five years of age, was found dead In bed at his home at Welch's Point Thursday. He had been in the employ of the George W. Miles & Co. guano works for the past fourteen years. He had been sick with consumption for several months. Among his papers was found a bank book on the Milford Savings bank with $100 to his credit. His fun eral was held Saturday. An exciting game of baseball was layed Saturday afternoon on the home grounds between the Edgewoods of Westvllle and the M. A. A.'s It re sulted in a victory for the M. A. A. nine by a score of 12 to 10. Mrs. Eliza Wallace of Union, Conn., is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. WTillis S. Putney of Broad street. The Milford band will give a concert on the Broad street park Thursday evening. The condition of Ernest Nettleton, who has been afflicted with malarial fever for several weeks past, has im proved greatly within the past few days. Nearly all of our farmers are at pres ent engaged in gathering the hay crop, and the click of the mowing machine is heard on every hand. Fred French of Baltimore Is the guest of his grandfather, Jonah French of Wharf street. M. J. Walsh is spending his vacation with friends in Salem, Mass. Mrs. Howard Hawkins is entertain- ning her sister, Miss Lizzls Burroughs of Seymour. Miss Burroughs is a re cent graduate from the Seymour high school. Miss Mattie Olliger is visiting frienfls in Norwalk for a few days. Mrs. Fred Lewis and son of Hart ford are guests of Mrs. William Cox. Miss Susan Irving is sojourning in West Haven for a few days. Frederick Cornwall and family are at their cottage at Woodmont for a sea son. The Wepowage river is said to be lower now than any time this season. Sheriff Tomlinson and "Pop" .Jour dan are booked for a bicycle race some evening this week around the Broad street park. As neither gentleman has ever tackled a wheel we would sug gest a couple of old-fashioned high ones as best calculated to make the match interesting. Milford Point was favored with a de lightful shower Monday about noon. Stricken With Paralysis. Charles Hart, a carpet layer and up holsterer, who occupied a room at 2 Oak street, was takeu to the hospital yesterday afternoon, suffering from paralysis. Hart is sixty-two years of age rnd lias a family in this city, but he has not lived with them In some time. His oaudition was discovered early yes terday morning by Ambrose Hickey, the landlord, and the police was noti fied and had him removed to the hospi tal. He is doing well. Married Sixty-three Years. Eber I. Thompson and wife, former ly of Plymouth, Conn., celebrated the sixty-third anniversary of their wedding- Tuesdayj at the residence of their son-in-law, E. B. Bradley, of 51 Salem street, where they now reside. Four of their daughters Mrs. E. B. Bradley, Mrs. F. A. Goodwin and Miss Helen I. Thompson of this city and Mrs. E. H. Bosworth of . Hartford were present. There are six children, nineteen grand children and thirteen great-grandchildren living and-five descendants have been removed by death. FA I H f .o . v XKira. The rain early yesterday morning was the llrst shower of any Importance since the present drouth set In, In order to save the (lower borders, lawns and small garden patches, as well as to lay the dust In front of the resldenees.the hose has been used llberiilly.and more water has been used In this manner than for domestic purposes. The annual picnic of St. James' Epls copal church and Sunday school was held at Lake Snltonstall yestcrday.most of the party going down on the electric cars. The day was pleasantly passed with field games, and a picnic dinner was served. The committee consisted of H, W. Kenst and II. li.Nettleton. The family of II. W. Hussell has re ceived 12,000 from the Woolsey lodge. Knights of Honor, and a similar sum will be pnld the family of Mr. Ktdlogg, who recently died In Dnlllmore. James liurns, an expert draftsman of Cincinnati, Is with his family visiting the relatives of his wife on Lloyd street, lie was a prize winner at the world's fair. The new steam scow recently built for the Adamant company, is sixty feet long, fifteen and a half feet beain.and will carry sixty tons of sand. The scow will be used to bring sand down the Qulnniplac river from North Haven to the company s works on South rronl street. The hot weather has had the effect of securing good business for Ice deal ers. The stocks are rapidly diminishing, but there was a large crop last winter and an Ice famine Is not apprehended. The new station along the railroad cut at Hemingway street, in the annex, Is nearly completed. It Is of about the dimensions of the present station near Clinton avenue, and the site Is about a block from North Qulnniplac street. The salt meadows In this vicinity are so very dry that the harvesting of the hay crop will be attended with less trouble than usual. XE ' VA TllOUf C II A PEL. Work Comineneeil on the New Chapel of St. Mary' Church. Work has been begun on the new chapel of St. Mary's church, which will be located on Lawrence street. The chapel will be a wooden structure forty- nine feet in front and ninety-four feet deep. The Inside will be finished In natural pine, and at the end will be the altar and two confessionals. On either side of the altar will be vestry rooms twelve by twelve. In front of these will be the confessionals. . . . The building is to be well lighted several windows being ranged along the side. Cathedral glass is to be used in all the windows and in the head lights over the doors. There will be three entrance doors and a rear exit. There is to be a large cellar,:.in which will be fitted a steam furnace which will keep the temperature of the church up to 70 degrees in zero weather. The church will be under the: direc tion of Rev. Father Hartigan, pastor of St. Mary's church. At least one mass will be celebrated in the chapel each Sunday, and Sunday school will also be held there. It is expected that the build ing will be completed by October 1. - The work is to be done by Philip O'Brien, the contractor and builder, and the building will cost $5,000. ' 1'EliSOSAZ MESTIOX. People Who Are Visiting, With Us and Away From Us. Mrs. W. B. B. Hubbard of this city is the guest of the Misses Hubbard of Union avenue, South Norwalk. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Coon and Philip Goodhart will start to-day for an ex tended drive through Litchfield. George S. Barnum and family are at Wilmington, Vt. Dr. Walter Judson and wife left yes terday for a stay at St. Charles hotel, Berkeley Springs, W. Va. T. B. Ellis and Miss Kittle G. Haw ley, both of this city, were married on Monday evening at the residence of the bride, 995 Grand avenue. Mrs. J. P. Thomas, Mrs. F. W. Bald win and Mrs. E. D. Allen of Gill street are spending a week at Pumpkin Cliff, on the Woodbridge hills. Rev. George P. Fisher of the Yale divinity school, together with his daughter and her family, are at. Bar Harbor, Me., for the months ' of July and August. Ex-Councilman William Clarkson and his wife of 100 First street sail for Eu rope on the steamer Servia Saturday. They will visit England, Scotland and France.. . Miss Lucy McGrath of New London end Miss Sullivan 'of New . York are guests of Miss Nellie Condon of Grand avenue. They will all leave, for Watch Hill this week. . ' Mr. and Mrs. E. Dickenson of this city are at the George hotel. Black Rock, Bridgeport.and attended the hop given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gould last week - ' Miss Margaret Dooley of 15 ' Bishop street leaves Monday for a month's sojourn in the White molntains. Miss Amelia Siegle of 11 Hine place, who has been ill for the past week, is about again. Mr. Thomas Kean received a letter yesterday from his partner, Mr. Mark Ryder, announcing the- arrival- of the latter at Southampton on the TJmbrla. Mr. Ryder will visit Liverpool, London, the Essex and Devon downs, see the rural England that Thomas Hardy has so well pictured, and cross over into Ireland. Dublin, Cork, Killarney and just a wee bit of a glimpse toward Con naught will complete the itinerary of the Ryders in the "Isle of the Saints." Bretagne, Picardy, the Norman coast towns, the cities Dumas has made fam ous, will also be visited by these New Haveners. After an August glimpse at Paris they will return. . . The Lehigh Valley Railroad- ' is the picturesque line from New York to the west via Niagara Falls. " ' Solid vestibule trains run' through in 28 hours without change of oars. ' Send to W. B. Smith, General Eastern Passenger Agent, No. ' 236 Broadway, New York,, for time-tables .and . illus trated descriptive matter in regard to theroad. - '- Cilf ttlMlun Ksruroion. The annual excursion for the mother connected with the City mission was given yesterday, and was a gratifying occasion. Seventy-five mothers, some of them accompanied by children and friends, were carried by the steamer Sunshine to Paw son park. The steamer had not made half her trip before any looker-on could see a freshened look steal over the care worn faces of the mother. Wash tubs, hot cook stoves, broom and scrubbing brushe faded Into the distance, while thoughts of a whole free day brought courage and gladness. Miss Hume, the untiring friend of these mothers, wus In charge of the ex cursion, and wus aided by several ac tive member of the Woman's Hoard of City Mission. On reaching the park the parly scat tered beneath the trees and to the pa vilions. At 1 o'clock a great horn called all to the restaurant, where an abun dant shore dinner was served. After the dinner all gathered again on a shady slope for a brief service. The sea ut their feet, the blue sky above, and the glad day spoke all hearts or the loving heart of the All Father, and helped the leader to press homo a few practical lessons upon the blessedness of the obe dience to God. Several bore testimony to the help which had come to them from Miss Hume's wise counsel and from the cheer of these annual excursions. We believe these tired mothers will take up life's burdens with new hope. It will be easier to "look up and not down," and to realize that there Is love and sympathy In the world and a Ood of love above us all. Hearty thanks are due the kind friends who, year by year, furnish the means for this happy oc casion. Keep Well This Summer. If Exposed to Epidemic Influences Eat only Cooked Food Aid Drink only Boiled Water. Check Every Disturbance Of Stomach And Bowels with Sanford's Ginger Containing among its ingredients the pur est of medicinal French brandy and the best of imported ginger, it- is vastly superior to the cheap, worthless,, and often dangerous ginref6 urped as substitutes. Ask; for SAXFOUD'Jl GIXGER and look ror owt trade-mark onjthe wrapper. Sold everywhere. 1 Vxt2h Dnuo & Chem, Corp.. Boston. : : : -TTh : -r- DELICIOUS! Sparkling and healthful. Enjoyed by the whole family. No other root beer ex tract equals Williams' in strength, and purity. One bottle of extract makes 5 gallons. Tl gfMt temperance drink. This Is notonly ' 1 1e ssfnnd" as others, but fm titer. One SoL0 (ri:il will support pit- chiim. EVERYWHERE Nervous Are you, can't sleep, can't eat, tired, thirsty? Blood poor? It's a tonic you want Hires' Rootbeer. This sparkling, exhilarating, and re freshing drink, while being far more agreeable in bouquet and flavor, thou the finest wine or . champagne, is at the same time unlike them, being free fom alcohol. A temperance drink for temperance peoplc.del icious and wholesome as well. Purifies the blood, tickles the palate. ,- Package makes five gallons. Ask your storekeeper for it. Take no substitutes. Send a-cent stamp to Chas. E. Hires Co., Philadelph-'a, for beautiful pic ture cards. WU41AMS f&mP WARM WEATHER TO TALK TO YOU FURNITURE But that's our business We close the season's business with the largest amount of sales ever recorded by uS. . Our policy of good value at low prices is what has done the business. July ist we inventory. Previous to that time we offer hishing Goods at such low tempt you. Come and get prices. As an illustration: Silk Brocatelle. -for $ 1 7. 30 Suites manufactured right on You save all intermediate prohts. Parlor furniture reuphol stered and re-coyered in the workmen. - , H. R ARMSTRONG & CO, 68-97 Orange Street HEW HIVED POSTOfTICE. OFriCR IIOUltS-Anrll I tn Novemner t " (it ii, m. to t p, in. .Nov, iiihiir 1 luAi.rlJl, 7 ..ii , m, io s.uo u, hi. fHinilsyn, from U'.tu m, lol ulp. in. ' Vratlhule open for the noeonimmltitluo of the boldert or luck Uixt iloy mid mtrht, Arrlvnl and Jtmrtur ot Stall.. New York-Open O.no n. in., lS:t m WO, 4:UU, 7 IO, OKI p, m, Ciu. g u0, ImU, lt:U0 . hi.. 1SUU, 2;U) aW,3;:. SJU, 6;UU, (7;UU tUlly, III I'liidlnif humlny.), It!) p, m. New York lUllroad Way-Onen . 12:00 . in.. tiU, MM p. in, Cloo 5;i, V.UU . Ml., p. in. Ilnlilmorp, Wnahlnirton. Philadelphia and Rmiilii'iii Hiiiiih-Oihii V:. .;W, H;iU a. in. Il.mti fcdO, tM . in.. lS:M,lt;00,aJO,:) dully. Im ItiJInu SiiihIii) ), II U) p, m. Chlniirniinit WMtprn Plates Open 7:00, 9:11 ii. iii..a i.U.:lp. in. Cliwo A.:n. ftUlft. in.,ifcn. ,.00, (T.dU dHlty. Iiieluiltiiif 8iiii.lnj), ll.UUp. in. AlhuiivRnil Northern New York Oni n 71. Ill;:lii. in,. :l mi. 7:09, lniU p. in. Mum 7:00, g.UU II. 111.. :' . ft 1W, 7:03, 1I:U0 p. m. PjirlnirlU'kl llnllronrt Wuy Open 10:30 it. m t int li. in. Cli'.i'J;, U:11 a. in., U:l5,l!;,JtlO, 1 1. (Kip. 111. D'Mton-Open 7:01 a. m.. 1:00, 3:00, 4-JO. 7:00, KViiO p. in. CI, wo 7:U, 10:15, 11:00 a. Iiu, 12;l.-!, ;'.U),a;;.Vi.!W, ll;Mp. in. New llniiuwhlro mid Vermont Open 7:00, IXWu. m.,:i.l.4:UI. l(MK)p. in. Clous; 7:00, 10:16 ii. inD:0U,H:ODp. ni. Pprlnirllelil-Opcn 7 10:30 a. m 3:00,4:30, 10:iiu p. in. Cliwv i.-UO, 10:15 a. m 12:15, HiW, SMI, !.;) p. 111. Hurl ford-Open 7:00, 0:30, 10:30s. m 1:00. 3K, 7:00, 8:00, III DO p. in. dune 7:00, 10:1.1 u. in., 12:15, MO, 6:00, 9:16, 11:03 p. in.. (12:00 r.i. Sunday). Mtiden-Vn 70. 10.30 a. in.. 1:00, 3;, IfiO, 1:30 p. m. ('I' f 7:0.1. 10:15 n. m., 12:15, 2:1)0, 5:00, ! 1:00 p. in., (12.G0 p. in. Sundays). New Ilrllaln-Onen 7:00. 10 30 a. ra 3KM, 5:30. 10:00, 11:00 p. in. Clono 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 2:J0, ll.f' p. in. Witlllnirfnril-Open 10:30 s. m.. 3:00,7:00 p. in. Chine 6:30, 7:00, 10.15 a. in., 2:30, 5:00 p. ui. Wllllniniille-0. n 7:00. 10:30 a. m., 3:00, 10:0f p. m. Cluo7:00. 10:15 a. in., l.'!:15,3:55, 11:00 p.m. Ken.itiiirtnn-Opcii 10:30 u. m., 3:00 p.m. Closi 7:00 a.m., 2:30 p.m. North Htiven Open 10:30 n. m., 3:00 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:16 a. m., 2:30, 6:00, 11:00 p. m. Bri'lffeport-Open 7:00, 0:30, 12 00 . m., 2:3". WO, 7:011, 0:00 p. in. Clone 6 JO 9:00, 11:09 0. m. 12:30, 2:00, 6:00, 7:00, 11:00 p. m. New Loudon Open 7:00, 10:30 a. tn 3:30, 7:00 10.00 p. in. Close 1.00, 10:16 u. in., 2:00, 4:30, 11:0. p. in. New T.indnn Bullroad Wav Open 10:30 a. m 3:30, 10:00 p. in. Close 7:C0, 10:15 H. m., 4:30 p. in. nrnnford, Ou 1 1 ford Open 10:30 n. m., 3:30, 10.00 p. in. CUric 7:00, 10:15 a. n., 4:23, 11:00 p.m. Norwich and Eastern Connecticut Open 7l, 10:00 a.m., 3:30, 7:00. 9:30 p. in. Close 7KX), 11:00 a.m., 2:00, 4:30,11:00 p. in. Providence and Rhode Island Open 7:00, I0:30n. m.,3:30. 7:00. 10:00 p. m. CloBC 7:00, 11:01. .1. in., 12:15, 2:00, 11:00 p. m. Newport, R. I. Open 7:00 a. m., 3:30, 7:00 p.ui. Cluso 7:00, 11:00 a. m.,2:00. ll:0t) p. ni. New Haven and Northampton Way Open 1:00, 10:00 p. ni. Close 6.00 a. m., 3:03 p. m. Colllnsvllle, Plantsvllle. Uulonvllle. Soutli Inprton nnd New Hartford Opi-n 10:30 a. in.. 1:00, 0:00, 10:09 p. m. Close 0:00, 10:15 a. tn., 3:0s. 5:00 p. in. Naugatuc Railroad Wny Open 10:10 a. in.. 3:00 p. in. Close 9:00 a.m., 5:00 p.m. Wnterliury Open 7:00, 10:30 a. m., 1:00, 3:5 H:00, 10.00 p. m. Close 0:00, 9.00, 10:15 a. in., 1:3J, 5:00,11:00 p. in. Blrminnham-Open 10-30 a, m.. 310,6:00, 8:0 p.m. Close 6:00, 9:00. 11:00 a. m.. 1:30, 5:00 p. It . Seymour Open 10:30 a. m., 8:00 p. m. Clos 8:00, 9:00 a.m., 5:00 p. in. Orange Open 10:30 a. m., 8:00 p. m. Clos, 9:00 a.m., 5:00 p. m. Housatonic Railroad Way Open 3:00, 10:00 p. m. Clone 9:00 a. m 3:55 p. in. Connecticut Valley Road Way Open 10:30 1. m., 2:30, 8:00 p. m. Close 6:00 a. m., 2:00, 11:0 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, Cllntonville and North ford Oper 10:30 a. m., 10:00 p. m. Close 7:00 a. m. 5:00 p. m. Middletown-Open 7:03, 10:30 a. in., 3:00, 7:00 8:00, 9:30 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 12:15, 2:00, 5:00,11:00 p.m. Danburj'-Open 7:00, 12:00 a. m., 3:30, 8:00 p.m. Close 5:30, 9:00, 10:15 a. m. 2,00, 8:30, 11:00 p.m. Milford-Opcn 9:30, 12:00 a. m 3:30, 10:00 p. m. Close 6:30, 9:00, 11:00 a. m., 2:00, 6:00 p. m, . Colch ester-Open 3:00, 10:00 p. m. Close 7:00 a. m., 5:00 p. m. West Haven -Open 9:30 a. tn., 1:00,4:30,7:30 p.m. C1O60 5:30 a. in., 12:30, 5:00 p.m. Branch Office Open 9:16. 12:00 a.m., 5:00, 9:30 p. m. Close 7,00, 9:15, 11:00 a. m., 4:50 p. m. Westvllle-Open 9:15 a. m., 1:00, 9:30 p. m. Close 7:00. 11:00 a m., 4:50 p. m.- North Bran ford and North Guilford-MJpen 12:00 a.m. Close 12:30 p. m. Foreign Open at 7:00 a. m 3:00, 4:30, 7:00 p. m. Close 6:30, 9:00, 11:00 a. m., 12.30, 3:00, 3:55, 7:00, 11:00 p.m. Carriers' letters can be obtained in the even ing between 7:00 and 8:0t o'clock at the carri ers' window Sundays 12:00 to 1:00 p. in. Thftlpttflrs in thebnxpH at the deDOt will be collected by the local airent Ave minutes he- lore me aepanure ot an rami trams, i ' 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 offioe . upon any money uruur puctuiuue iu iut, u imuu otates, uermany, vreai. nriiHin, affiwuimim, Canada, Italy, Portugal and India. Thofooai)nnri1irfl In the United States are: Orders for $5 or less, five cents; over $5 and not exceeding f 10, eight cents; over $10 and nnt cY,npriinur 15. ten cents: over SM5 and not exceeding 30, flrteen cents; over $30 and not exceeding $40, twenty cents; over $40 and not exceeding $50, twenty-five cents; over $50 and nnt Y,pHtnirf!n t.hirt.v cents: over fitiO and not. exceeding $70. thirty-live cents; over $70 and not, exceeding $80, forty cents; over' o,i nnt oYf.npHintf I00. fortv-five cents. "Request to return" will be printed across the end of stamped envelopes, furnished by the postoflice department, without additional cost, where such are ordered In lots of not less No fractions of cents should be introduced In on nntpr. To facilitate the free delivery system letters should be plainly afiuressea to street ana num ber, r KAjNUlo l. rmAun. roBi.masi.er. Dole nt.W) Ws DUMP CARTS, Milk Wagons, Butcher Carts, Buggies, Surreys, Concords, etc., etc. HARNESS, In Stock and Made" to Order. SIEDLEY BROS. & CO., 171. Brewery Street. , ABOUT and we have to do it - our entire stock of Housefur- values that they cannot fail to acquainted with our goods and 5 - piece Parlor buite, covered in from that up to $ 1 so. Parlor the premises in our own factory, best possible manner by skilled and 780 Chapel Street I CARPETS Trains Arrive ut New Haven. ttom New York. 1:10s. 2:00. 7:40, :5a. 9Mn, 10 Mx. 10:Mx.U;0Oi, IV.m. 11:66k . m.; H:60 noon; J:Wk. :&, :00, 8:x. 4 60, :35. 6:46. ti, :80x. 7:40", 8:00x, ;60a. 10:60a p. nt.i 12.86 mClnlKht. Sunday 1:10. 2:06, :46a. 10:20a a. m.; 4:60x, (:46x, e0x, ;20 p. m. From Philadelphia, Baltimore and Wanhlnitton. without change 2:16x a. m. 4:10 p. m,. Sunday 2:16x a. m. From Boston, Wlllimantlo and Middle- town. 1:21a, 7;(Cx, :wa p. rn. pun day 7:02x p. m. From Boston, vl Worcester and Springfield. 4 20x, 11:60 tt. m.i l:!7x, 2:16a. S:24x, 8;05a, 8:0x, 8:66a p. m. Sunday. 4:20x a. m.; 8:04x p. m. From Boston, Providence and New London. 4:46x, 11:66a a. tn.; lwx. l:25x, 2:26x, 8:26x. 7:00x, 7:43a, :06x, ll:67x p. m. Sunday, 4:46x, :06x a. m.; 7 :43a, 7:67x p. m. From Bridgeport l:10x, 2:05x, 2:15x, 6:35a.-7:40a. 8:46a, 9:65a. 10:05x, 10:45x, ll:00x. ll:65x a. m.; 12:60a noon; l:00x, 2:50x. 8:00a, 8:60x, 4:10x. 4:50x, 5:26a, 6:10a, 6:40", 6:60x, 7:40", 8:00x, 9:60a, 10:50 p. m.; 12:25a midnight. Sun day. l:10x. 2:05x. 2:15x. 8:45a, 10:20a a. m.; 4:50x. 8:60x. 8:20" p. m. From Stratford. Naugatuck Junction, Milford. Woodmont, west Haven ana Way Stations from New York. 7:40, 8:45, 9:65 a. m.; 12:50 noon, 3:00, 6:35, 6:40", 7:40", 9:50, 10:60 p. m.; 12:25. (Don't stop at Nnusntuck Junction, Woodmont or West Haven) midnight. Sunday, 8:46. 10:20 a. m.; 8:20" p. ra. From Merlden, Hartford and Spring field. 4:20x, 7:65a, 9:20a, 9;30x, U:60a a. m,! l:27x, 2:15a, 3:24x, 5:05a, 6:45a, 8:04x, 8.55a, 11:20a p. m. Sunday, 4:20x, 9:50a a. m.; 8:04x p. m. From- New Britain, Berlin, Merlden. Walllngford and Way Stations fim Springfield. 7:55, 9:20, 11:60 a. m.; 2:15, 6:05, 6:46, 8:55, 11:20 p. m. Sunday, 9:50 a. m. From Nlantle, Saybrook Junction, Clin ton, Madison, Guiirora, atony jreeK, Branford, East Haven and Way Sta tions from New London. 7:40, 9:28, 11:55 a. m.; 2:17, 6:02, 7:43 p. m. Sun day, 7:43 p. m. From Way Stations from Providence. 11:55 a. m.; 7:43 p. m. Sunday, 7:43 p. m. From Turnerville, Portland, Northford, Montowese ana all way etauons from Mlddletown and Willimantlc. 8:00 a. m.; 1:21, 9:00 p. m. Sunday, 7:02x p. m. Stops at Mlddletown and Willimantlc only. From Northampton, Westfleld, Chesh ire, Mt. Carmel end way stations from Northampton. 9:22 a. m.; 1:28, 4:00, 8:00 p. m. From Shelton, Bottsford, Hawleyville, New Milford, Danbury, rittsneia, Al bany, N. Y., the West and all Way Stations from PlttsHeld. 11:00 a. m.: 8:00 p. m. Sunday, 8:20 p. m. From Derby, Birmingham and Anso- nia. 7:16, 9:26, 11:00, 11:59 a. m., Z:, 4:43, 7;10 p. mt Sunday, 7:45 a. m., 5:32 p. m. From Litchfield via Bridgeport. 11:00 a. m., 6:10 p. m Sunday, 8:zo p. m. From Seymour, Naugatuck and Water- bury. 7:16, 9:25, 11:59 a. m., Z:t 4:43, 6:10, 7:10 p. m. 3unday, t:32 p. m. From Winsted. 9:25, 11:59 a. m., 4:43, 7:10 p. m. Sunday, 5:32. Express, a Accommodation. Lo cal Express. Accommodation first part of the way. ftiscjcUiwctfitsi. EARLE& SEYMOUR, Solicitors of American and foreign Patents. 868 Chapel Street, Hew Haven Oonn. A FRIEND IN NEED, DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Prepared from the recipe ot Dr. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut, the great Natural Bone Setter. Has been used for more than CO years ar.a i tho hnut knftwn remedy f or Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Cuts, wounas ana au external iujurit?. C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor, Sole Agent. .. District ot New Haven, ss. Probate Court, I .Tnlv lSib. 1894. I ESTATE of PATRICK FLOOD, late of Nsw Haven, in said district, deoaaaed. , Upon the application ot Patrick J. Reil'y, nmvini? far nowar and authority to Mil aid convey certain real estate belonglag to said 'es tate, as per application on file more folly ap M.N it. IB ORDERED That said application he heard ud determined at a Probate court to be held at New Haven, In said district, on the tOth day of July, A. D. 184, at tea o cioca wuitui and that notice be given of the pendency of said ,r,ia.nn .nri thm Mm and dace of bearlns thereon by publishing the same three times in some newspaper having a circulation lo saM dls- Jyl88t J"g- ATTRAGTITE SELECTION SUMMER MILUHERt Handsomely Trimmed Bonueta and Bound . Hsts ' AT GRKATLT EHDUCED PRICES. Hiss A. V. Byrnes, 1138 Cbapel Btreet, Second door sbove York street COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. WIIXIAJC F. KSAPr CO., ' Proprietors, 106 Cqurt St., Mew Haven, Ci. ; Work done at shert aetlce. mli38tf Snivellers' (SuMe, New York, New Haven and Hartford It. It. July . IHIH. THAWS IRAVENKW HAVE! AS FOLLOW Full NEW YOKK-'tJO, M,W, tfcftl, TJ1 MMO, M, , 110 JO s. m, 'UM, 13,U:1 (iwrtor ear limited), '135, 1:45, :!;, 3.-00. 3;JJ 14:16. 6SJ0, tM, tM, M, 1:10, UHdiceport scoommodstlon), 9:10, 9:11 P, IS UBAY-'4:itt, '4:50, 0.-00 a. m tS.U), t:U -J:,H:10,:14, few p.m. FOK WASHINGTON VIA RARLEM BIVEtt -12:10a. m. (dally), 1M p. m. FOK UUbTUN TU. HI'ltlNGFIELD lJl 10:10, 11K. m M.-05, '51 p. m. BOMDATt IJO(nlslit). (WS4 p. in. rOK BOSTON TIA NEW LONDON AND PUOVIDENCB-tia. tM. UdS (twrlor our limited) . m 'laos, tJB, 'Lli, ";J6 and tii p.m. St;muY-,S:l3, t:M. m S:M p. m. run UO8T0N VIA A I It LINK AND N.Y.4 N. B. It. It, :57 p. m. HUSBAVS-UJB p. m. HOU MEUIDEN, HABTKOHD, 81'UINQ. EI,D, KTC.-MJJ0 (nlltlit), :40, 1:00, tlftlO, 10;!0 (White Mountutn-nrat stop Hurtford) 11K a. m., 12:08, 'IM, MO, 5:00, 'SJU, t:U to Hartford). 8:05, 10KH p. m. SUHDATS-'L) (nlicbt), 'iJH, 8: (sooomodstlon) p.m. New Lonilon UlvUlon. FOK NEW LONDON, Erc.-:13 (night). t: (nlifht), VM. 9:30. llfld, HJ5(prlor ear IlinlU 1), a. m -ISfii, :M, 8KB. '4:15, HM, 5:15, 4:15 '8M, &M p. m. Guilford aooommodatlon) 8UNOAYS-S:18 (nlifht), tM (night), 6:65 p. m Air Line Dlvl.lon. FOB MIDDLETOWN, WTLLIMANTIO, ErO -8:03 a. m., liSS, 4i7, 0:10 p. m. Sundays 4:57 p. m. Conneotlnv at Mlddletown with Valley Division and at Wlllimantlo with N. Y. It N. E. and N. L. N. R. R.; at TuraervlUe with Colchester branch. Northampton IlvUlon. FOR 8HELBURNE FALLS, TURNER'S FALLS, WILLIAMSBURG, HOLTOKE AND NEW HAKTFOHD, and Intermediate station 7:45, 11:04 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. FUR NORTHAMPTON, WILLIAMSBURG) and points this side At 5:55 p. m. Berkuhlre IMvlalon. FOR DERBY JUNCTION-t:!8 p. m. ' FQB DERBY JUNCTION, BIRMINGHAM, ANSO NIA, Etc. 7K, 9:40 a. m 12.00, 9J7; 438, M 7:35, 11:15 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 9M p. iu FOR WATEUBURY 7KW, 8:00 (via Naujra. tuck Junction), 9:40 a. 12:00, 8:27, 5 JO, 7:35 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m. FOR WINSTED 7:00, 9:40 a. m., 97, 5:30 p.nx Sundays 8:10 a. m. FOR SHELTON, BOT8FORD, NEWTOWH DANBURY, PITTSFIELD, STATE LIN E 8:10 a. m 428 p. m. FOR ALBANY, BUFFALO, DETROIT, CIN CINNATI, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO ANDTHH WEST via State Line 9:40 a. m 48 p. m. FOR LITCHFIELD and points on 3., L.itN. R. H. (via Hawleyville) 9:40 a. 4:28 p. m. Express Trains. tLocal Express. C. T. HEMPSTEAD, Gen. Passenger Ag, STARIN'S NEW HAVEN TRANS PORTATION LINE. Every Day Except Saturday. m - Leave New Haven from Starln'S jBHHiSSCDock, foot of Brown street, at 10:15 o'clock p. m. The JOHN H. 8TAR1N, Captain McAlister, every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The WM. C. EGERTON, Cap tain Spoor, every Monday, Wednesday and r naay. xieturoing, leave new i or irom ner the Starin every Monday, Wednesday and FrU day; the Corning every Sunday, Tuesday and miirsaay. Fare, with berth in cabin, 75o; staterooms $1.00. Excursion Tickets $15. Tickets and staterooms can be purchased of John M. Lines, Jr., 851 Chapel street: of PecK & Bishop, 702 Chapel street, John Morse, ts9 center Btroet, anu at vne lunnQenuwi. Excursion dates lor men isiana are now; open. . .. . ,, - rree stage leaves me aepot on am oc Hnrtfnrd train, and from corner Church and Chapel streets every half hour, commencing 8:30 o'clock p. m. C. H. j'lSHMK, Agent, new juaven, uonn. New Haven Steamboat Co, RICHARD PECK, Loaves New Haven (Belle Dock) dally, 12:3J night. New York (Pier 25 East River) 3 p. m (except Sunday,) 10:30 a.m. C. H. NORTHAM, New Haven, daily, 10:30 a. m.. New York 11:39 p. m., Saturday and Sunday 12 p. m. Staterooms and tickets for sale at Feck St Bishop's 702 Chapel street, and at Mix's dru store. . . Through rates given and Mils or lading i. sued to points West. South and Southwest by the New Haven Fast Freight Line. Excursion Steamer Continental ' Is offered for charter during Summer season at very low rates. JEiUW. v. i,Eauijmi.uip, Agent. THE ELM CITY PRIVATE DISPENSARY 28 Years' Experience, Tn TfarvmiH nlaeaaes. Blood and Skin AffeM tions, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, and all Private Diseases of Men and Women. WIS AKK SUUUKSSJ! UliBfJliUiAiaDXD, Permanently located In this city. Hv ennnlRl atudv and anecial work we keen in advance, and lead in the sncoessf ul treat mentof Sexual 'Debility, Weakness, Despondi ency, Lost Power, all effects of. Excesses an Abuses, Syphilis, and all diseases of the genlto urinary organs. CONSULTATION FREE. tarOfflce at Boom 9, Boardman Building, corner Chapel and State streets, - Office Hours; 9 a. m. to 12 m., to 5 p. flu, evenings 7 to 9. Sundays, 10 to 12 a. m. Patients treated by mall. Correspondcnoa confidential. . " ' misCtlUntons. L. W. ROBINSON, ARCHITECT, Removed to No. 760 CHAPEL STREET. WU a ttrtlllant trsnyrspj; .Jgt raa all dIOdIu. freckles ssp flswolfltmtloasl