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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, JULY 21 1894.
noonvo.vr. 'A base ball ame w played recent )y between a scrub team from Milford and Merwln'e Point at the Merwln Point ball grounds. The Merwln Points beat by a score of t to 4. Arrival at the Pembroke! Mr. Jam Bwan and family of Seyroouri Mr. Charlo Woods Coulton, Pblludel phle, and Mr. W. B. Adamson. Phila delphia. Thin hotel I by far tht roost attraotlve pot on the bore, and the plazuis are Just the place to while iwar the glimmer hour. The plnce ore bulng filled at the Point. Mr. George Atwell's place I lookitiK quite lively. Among the guests re Mr. IVed Perry, Waterbury; Mr, g. J. Bush and grandnughter. Pru dence, and A. D. Peck and family, Wa lerbury. Mr. OHn Clnrk picked two thouiand ai Saturday, nnd to-dny he 1 to have a swpet pea exhibition in the afternoon for the purpose oi snow ing to his friend and neighbors what he can do In the raising of these fra grant flowers. Mr. B. D. Pierce, jr., and wife, ac companied by Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel W. Iilshop, enjoyed a day at the Point yesterday. Mr. Goodsell did honor to bis friend by entertaining them with firework before and during a all on the Sound. Mr. William Lowe, accompanied by two of her daughters, Mrs. Peck and Mr. Morgan, with their children, spent a pleasant day at tht place yester day. They were looking for a cottage where they might spend a few restful Week. The mike walk to be given by the Pem broke waiter promises to be a great success. Dancing, recitations and song will be added to the walk to make the evening enjoyable. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Banks were over yesterday looking for rooms for the Bummer. Mr. Taleott H. Russell of New Haven, Mrs. B. T. Rogers and Miss Rogers, and Mr. "W. S. Wallace are among the new arrival at the Pembroke. Mr. W. 8. Thompson of New Tork, and Mr. C. B. Thompson of Walling ford, sons of Mr. C. F. Thompson, stayed over night at the Pembroke. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. J. 61zer, of New Haven, arrived here the 17th. The Ice cream festival at the Union ehapel passed off very successfully. Mb and Mr. Sneller gave an Infor mal whist party last evening. Every one had a pleasant time. The young men who started on a yachting cruise last Saturday, among them being Stiles Goodsell, Harry Wheeler, Cecil Trowbridge and Clif ford Merwln, have been heard of from Saybrook, they having spent their first night there. Their next stop was Shelter Island. Mrs. Abbe will give another of her popular hops on Saturday evening. The young people, especially, are an ticipating a great deal of pleasure. A grand concert and cake walk Is to be given by the waiters of the Hotel Pembroke next Tuesday evening in Woodmont. The following Is the pro gram Singing by MesBrs. Brown, Riley, Walker and Martin; waltzing; nfntHTic Viv trip rnmrtnnv: a-rund march: Bong and dance; a declamation by J. T. Martin ; cake walk. At rawson l'ark. 'A grand concert will be given at Pawson park by the Second company, Governor's Foot Guard band, on Sun day, July 22. The following is the program: March, Bay State, Hall; overture.Mo salc, Rollinson; waltz, Irene, Bennett; romance, Op. 22, Wiegand; selection, Ye Dlden Times, Beyer. Part II. March, Second Regiment, by request. Reeves; selection, Annual, Claves; polka, Mountain Life, Braham; Flower Song, Lang; galop, Good Night, Bwlft. Gray Hair Gradually restored by Wells' Hair Balsam to original oolor, black or brown ; elegant tonio erasing, 500., $1. Druggists, or ft sine prepaid y express for $1. E. S. WELLS, Jersey City. Don't Die in the House. "Rough on Rats "is equally effective with ties, cockroaches and bedbugs as with rats tod mice. Never tails. Sola all around the rorld) used by all civilised nations- very where. Skin Harnors, Plmplea, Flesh Worms, Ring Worm, Tetter, Bait Rheum, Frosted Feet, Chilblains, Itch, accema, Ivy Poison, Barber's Itch, Scald Head, nued by "Rough cm Itch" Ointment, sac. Pruggirfsor mail E. 8-Welis, Jersey City.N.J, Rough oh Toothache. Instant relief. 10c Does Your Stomach Feci Mean, Miserable, distressed? Wells' Stomach Blixib will give you instant reliei For dis turbed digestion, distress, pain, or flatulence after easing, and to an acrid, raw, irritable, feverish, inflamed, tender, feeble stomach it gives most benign and happy relief. Comfort Big, soothing. In 50c and $1.00 bottles at retail Br wholesale druggists, or prepaid by express SB receipt of price. E. S. wells, Jersey City. How to Manage a Husband. Give him Rough on Bile Pills; if he's cross, Irritable, Uneasy, his liver is out of sorts. If the liver is dormant, sluggish, inactive, congested, Be gets bilious. Then look out His sleep is disturbed gets up more tired than he went to feed. The angels could not please him. kouoH X Bile Pills are your only hope. One dose will right him. He'll take them, they're choco late coated and very small, jcc. and 25c. at Urugfrists or rostiea. is. B. wells, jersey city. 15ft A ac. BOTTLES. fjoin? and favorably E known as WELLS' ( TnHOAT ana lvllNW tfA.LHA.ai, DOW, iRough on Coughs RelipvpflOftucrhsflftirORt tpmxMllatelT; Is healing aiiA soothing to the Lunmsf Rllevos hacking au troublesome AffectloPB or the Throat and loosena Uio phlegm. A very valcable fumed v is tJroac hills awl Conamnptloii, A safe and fp.ta.ble remedy for children. Sold liy DmKgtsta. Bough on Coughs, (Tablets), convenient to carry.lQc, tFfrrriont WmanViililir offurfina twnlnnt of herb. Mo, DrueglsU or mailed. E. S. WELLS, Jersey City, y. J. .Public speakers, singers. c. For allaying raw l soreness. Irritation, tan rt,mM i,!,i,.,.i. toothing aadi strensfhenlni to the overstrained voice SUroat. Jfc.Mrufflrtsfaor mailed. u,uueo,wce t E. B-WELbS. Jersey ctty. y. J. . be asmred at all ttmee that the brawh la not btq, niiae zoo mouui ana sargie uie uroot pore, oiean, otear antuepac 1 cores catarrh and irrhal throat aflactlmsT dears the bead, nose Ban tnroa DM au nuann nom au ooenaiva or aiseasea couectlons, A valuable gi iom o fore gargle tor diphtheritic, rn tact even m throat to children or adntts. Vic. al bymaaT IV SftHxa, Jersey Clw,N.X iunwiiB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBISSBI Vfnr Be WOKK AT HI ANTIC. farad Has Keen Moved Rifle Wangs Building. Nlantlo, July 20. It la a seen of stirring activity at the Nlantlo camp ground Just now. Tb broad parade ground ha been mowed and workmen are repairing mess house and stable. Early next week they will go to work putting down the floor of tent. A lurge force uf man and hones I en gacO, nil J everything I hustling, one Ifii ue n.tind If nl work Inilli'lnr n ' rifle range. The rang Is In a hollow Ul Uil' lull Mm' Pi all ul'l I .u. ... . goes about tliu culiip. and it t-xiuims the whole length of the grounds from north to south. There are severul hillocks In the mid dle of it, and one la In to be levelled fur thl year' encampment In accord with a new order, "fakirs" will pos itively bo excluded from the encamp mimt. gambling gumes will not be tolerated, and every keeper of a ginger beer booth will have to show that he tukes no ale, lager or "hard stuff." Greeuwli'li't Cuming IturM. Greenwich, July 20. Entries arc prac tically completed for the special race of the Indian Harbor Yacht club t be held to-morrow. The race Is a spe cial one for 21-footers and a $100 cup has been offered by Commodore Osborn. Among the well known yacht entered are: C. A. Gould's "Cella." Bultnr Dun can's "Hour!," Herbert P. Srelcy'a 'Blonde" and "Brunette" and William Osborn's "Maysle." A FEATUKItLlt SOMSTKX Delights People In W est HaTeu Confer ami at the KhoriThe Warlilrr's Hiipposecl Home. The attention of traveler to the West shore that passed the Wiuldlngham mansion yesterday afternoon was pleas antly attracted by unusually sweet music that came from the top of a maple tree.where there was perched a little winged creature of grey plumage. If one Judged the identity of the bird from the first music that It exhaled he would conclude that It was a canary. A moment later he would'be willing to swear that the little songster was a blue-bird, and if he waited still another moment he would change his mind, for wafted to his ears on the warm breezes would come the pretty note of the bob olink, and suddenly the "meow" of the satbird, or the full, round, happy notes of the oriole. 'While several persons were listening to the mysterious ex- haler of music an electric car rushed by. The "bird was noticed to turn its head slightly, as If Intensely Interested In the roar made by the car. Then sud denly there Issued from his little throat an exact imitation of the roar made by the car; first loud, and. then softer and softer, until It could not be heard at all. "A mocking bird, surely," said a pretty young mlBS standing near by. Yes, it was a mocking bird, one, In deed, that was In the zenith of its mu sical power. The orowd that was at tracted by the imitation of the clever feathered creature here started a dog barking. Soon he was hushed, and then poured forth from the top of the tree a series of sounds like the barking of a clog. Some mischievous lads bent on cap turing the marvelous songster climbed the tree. Their efforts were futile, for away flew the bird toward Savin Rock. Here he perched himself upon the top of the conical roofed building in the grove and after gailng listlessly about for a short time again put in motion his won derful power of song. From the shore came the constant splash of the waves on the sands. Then the mocker of birds was heard to articulate something. Not very loudly at first, but more so each time until the splash of the waves on the sands was well produced. Another crowd collected and enjoyed the sweet effusions of the mocker, which still continued to pour forth some won derful Imitations. (After awhile the again took flight. It was seen going to ward the Waddingham mansion, and it is believed it has a nest somewhere in the vioinity. Aa effort will be made to capture it, as suoh birds warble just as sweetly, almost, when caged, as when enjoying the freedom of the air. wallixqfohd. The New Masonic Home Swedish Luth erans General News. The committee on Masonic home has deoided to purchase the Community property on the west side of the town. The Swedish Lutheran church society of Maridon will have an outing on Par adise Island' and the lake to-day. Mrs.W. H. Moore of Cambridge.Mass., is the guest of Mrs. James Doolittle of Center street. . The Misses flattie and Freda Loak ley of Jersey City are the guests of their sister, Mrs. Herman Greuner. E. C. Hastings and F. W. Phelps started yeBterday ot South Deerriold, Mass. Mrs. Charles Barker of Providence is the guest' of Mrs. N, F. Ingraham. A. B. Plxley is home from his trip to Colorado. ' D. P. Griswold is home from a -week's vacation at New liondon. FAIR HAVEN AJStTS. Repairs were made yesterday on the Quinnipiac railroad bridge on the Shore Line road. A spot which was found to be weak was strengthened with heavy timber. Contractor. Ryan is having a lot of material removed from the cut down to Westport, where he has a contract to make some improvements on the Con solidated road. Miss Susie Ives of the annex is at Block Island spending her vacation. Slow to Register. Apropos of the action of Postmaster Beaoh in ordering his letter carriers not to deliver letters at places where th'ey are in danger of being bitten by vicious dogs comes the .announcement from Town Clerk Brethauer that this. year owners of canines are unusually slow in registering, their .-animajs. This is due perhaps to.the fact, that heretofore spe cial efforts have been made by the au thorities to compel the registration of dogs, while thls-year nothing whatever has been done.' Last year there were registered at the town Clerk's office 1,900 dogs. So tar this year only 1,400 have gone through this proceeding. ; This is 600 short of last year, and perhaps most of ttils ndmber may be classed as the vicious which. Postmaster Beach has warned the oarrJers against; ' ' ' In Prlvatu I'raclUxi. Such strous proofs of the marvelous cure mad by Dr. Usvld Kenuely's favorite lteiif edj hava been brought Ui pulillo notion lately, through the various newspaper Investiga tion, that It has become now the standard Btedlolue for the dlsutse for which It Is pre pared. Dr. 0. II. Iugraham of Aaislorduiu, N. Y., Mate, where the resular proscriptions used In a ease of kidney dlsntso and gravel utiurly failed, he presurlbod Dr. Kennedy' Favorite Itinily and ll cured the patient. Dr. William Smith of Jewett HolifliW. N.V preaorlbid Favorite Hetuedy for Mrs. Casper llrniiks of Athens, N. Y who was sutrerliig from kidney disease, ulceration uf the stom 110I1. complicated with tlokuess peculiar to her ex 1 after the second day stoady Improve ment was uulud, aud Dual pcrumuunt re covery. Jr. Kenuely's Favorite Meiuody acts dl rectly upou the kidneys, liver and blood, In cam of uervousiiess, dyspopsla, rliriiuiutUm and Hi Ignt's dlseuse ; It tins rando must pro. iiouneed cures after nil other treat meutt have fulled. Driigvlstssi'lllt, A Itidli-f to rinliivllle. An order has been Issued by the rullroud comniltwloner directing the New York. New Haven and Hartford railroad to discontinue the sounding of whistles on engines of trains on the Northampton division of the Consoli dated road going north, after the whistle fur, the second crossing south of the station at Plalnvile. and by nil south-bnund trains after crossing the tracks of the New York and New Eng land railroad; and also on the New IOnglnnd railroad fur all crossings by all west-bound engines after the whis tle for the East street crossing at Plaliivllle, and by all east-bound en gines after crossing the tracks of the New York, New Haven and Hartford rood. An electric signal will be used at the crossing. This action has been taken after a hearing held upon com plaint of the selectmen of Platnvllle. CHESHIRE. Mr. Joel Peters, who fell from a load of hay two weeks ago and broke bis left arm, which was amputated on Wednesday of this week in the hopes of saving his life, died Thursday morn ing. Mr. Peters, at forty-nine year of age, was a hard working and thrifty farmer, and his loss will be felt by many. He leaves a wife and five chil dren. His funeral will take place at the M. E. church at 2;30 p. m. Satur day. Mr. E. B. Payne, who was thrown out of his wagon some ten days ago, died from his injuries Thursday, aged seventy-eight years. His funeral will take place Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mr. Payne was thrown from his wagon a few days ago and broke his collar bone and two ribs. He was a heavy man, weighing 250 pounds. His age was against him. Mr. Payne was a highly respected citizen and held many public offices of trust. He leaves a wife and twq. daugh ters, Mrs. Doolittle of Plantsyille and Mrs. Beecher of New Haven, also a son, Miles Payne, a prosperous farmer of Cheshire. Mr. E. C. Andrews who, with bis fam ily, have been a few weeks at his cot ttage at Pine Orchard, 'has returned, having rented his cottage at the Bhore for the season. 1 There will be preaching at th,e Bap tist church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mr. . P. Egan is a happy father of a fine boy. Sealed proposals ,wlll be received at the postofflce for carrying the malls to and from the center postofflce to the station on the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad, Northampton division, up to the 31st day of July, 1894. The General's Coming-Home. "General" George A. Sweetland, com mander of Connecticut's contingent of Coxey's Commonweal army, has re turned home. As he marched into Bris tol a hand-organ grinder played "Hall to the Chief." The populace gazed up on the only survivor of the Connecticut army with reverent awe. His bruised and bunion-covered feet told of. many a weary march and his tattered cloth ing -were eloquent evidence of many a fierce battle with dogs that he encoun tered while on foraging expeditions in back yards and at kitchen doors. "Lieu tenant" Whalen, his loyal aide, suc cumbed to the theories of Carl Brown and has joined the forces of the theo sophlsts, and by this time has become a full-fledged Mahatma, and his spirit is floating in the etheral paradise of Pevl-kan. Of the four men and two dogs who left Bristol for Washington only "General" Sweetland has returned to tell the story of Connecticut com monwoe army. As soon as George gets twenty-eight square meals in him the wheels In his cranium will begin to re volve and they will grind out a history of the whole campaign. New Britain Record. . Alas I Time Has Destroyed Illusions. Unlike Ponce de Leon we do not search for the Fountain of Perpetual Youth. The explorer of to-day is the business man. He seeks success. The best aid to it is health. At all seasons does Johann Hoff's Malt Extract help to give it help to keep it At no time is it more useful than in these months of debili tating heat' Look for signature of " Joh'ann Hoff" on neck' label and do not be imposed upon with worthless imitations, Eisner & Mendelson Co., Sole Agents, JNew York, COMIXQ tT.ITK TAiHS. Wh.o and Whxr Africttltural Fair Will ba llald In tliu Ntsta. . Agricultural scientist are beginning to make active preparations for agri cultural fair and are showing com mendable enterprise. A schedule of the fair ha been aranged by T. S. Gold of West Cornwall, secretary of the Con necticut board of agriculture. ' The Tolland county, the New Milford and the Watertown aocletle set the ball rolling by holding fairs September U to 13 Inclusive, The Tolland county fair will be held at Rockvllle aa usual. Next comes the Farmlngton valley fair at Colllnsvllle, September 12 and 13. Woodstock comet next, September 17 to 19 Inclusive. It will be held at South Woodstock. The state fair will only continue four days this year and not a week a baa been customary. The Suf fleld fair will be going on at the same time. The New London county fair will be held at Norwich as usual and will last three days, beginning September 25. The Windham county fair will be going on at the same time In Brooklyn. The Windsor fair begins at the same time and lasts only two days. The East Grunby fair will be held September 25. 'lite Branford fair will continue for two days this year, September 25 and 26. The Bristol Park company will also hold Its fair for two days at Bristol. The Guilford fair will be bold Septem ber 28. The Danbury fair will undoubtedly eclipse all others. It will last an en tire week, beginning October 1. Next comes the Harwlnton fair, October 2. October 3 and 4 Is the Slmsbury fair. The union fair of Somers and there abouts will be held at Enfield October 4. The Clinton fair will also be held October 4. u. . ' Other fairs whose dates have not yet been decided upon are those by socle ties of Berlin, Cheater, Stafford Springs, Monroe union, Wllllmantlc, Wlneted, Wolcott and Hartford, The Lehigh Valley Railroad is tho ploturegque line from New York to the west via Niagara Falls. Solid vestibule trains run through in 28 hours without ohange of cars. Send to W. B. Smith, General Eastern Pansenjrer Agent, No. 235 Broadway, New York, for time-tables and illu&i troted descriptive matter in regard to the road. MIDSUMMER CLEARANCE SALE The Manp$:,of the Men's rand Boys' Summer Suits will be sold at less than cost. MEN'S SUITS, $4-85, $6.50, $7.90. Akt one-half former selling prices. BOYS' SUITS, $1.25, $I.5O,$2.00,$2.50,$3.OO. They are great bargains, every one of them, 813 -815-817 Chapel Street. WARM WEATHER TO TALK TO YOTJ But that'ouf -business FUMIME I GMPETS. We close the season's business : with the largest amount of sales ever-recordeby: UsJ.: Qur'ffcfoicjr of: good value at low prices is what has done the business, July ist we inventory. Previous to that time we. offet our entire stock of Hoiisefur 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 r 5-piece Parlor Suite, covered in Silk Brocatelle, fof $I73 from that up to $150. Parlor Suites manufactured right ort the premises in. our own factory You save all intermediate brofits; 3 Parlor Furniture reimtirtV. stered and re-covered in : the workmen.- -' -? r 68-97 Oxeiag Weak Bowels ' Weak Stomachs Weak Lungs Weak Nerves Protected by Sanford's dinger A Never-failing Preventive And Curative Of flany Serious Illnesses Containing among Its Ingredient the par ent of medicinal French brandy aud tho bust of Imported ginger, It Is vastly superior to tbs clttsp, worthless, aud often dangerous gingers urgsd ss sulistitutrs. Ask for HANKOKII'S DINGER and look for owl trade-mark oa the wrapper. Bold vsrywhore. rorrxs 1buo St Chi. Coar., Boston. turn THINKS M CHOOSINd DRINKS AND HIRES' Rootbeer WILL LINK YOUR THINKS. Dcliciously Exhilarating, Spark ling, Effervescent. Wholesome as well. Purifies the blood, tick le the palate. Ask your store keeper for it. Get the Genuine. Sasd 1 mi stsapHkj boMfut ptcttrs esrds ' THE CHAS. E. HIRES CO.. fhlladslrtia. SCALDS qnd Purna are eootlied at once with Perry Qavis9 lM6iBm the inflam-1 nupnj;,an s postering. Al IS I 3iMatt4mol(t jSbqtjjai remedy for ,i..ioTfa, neep u py : you. ABOUT and we Have to do it bjfel.poBsible manner by skilled , - . ' .:' -.v..?e : SrautUm' Quite. Trains Arrire at New llaren. Tom New Tork. 1:10a. J :00a, T:40a, I:t5a, 1:65a. 10:06x, 10:6U.U:OOx. HJOx, 11 JSi a, m.j 11:60a noon; 1:00s, l:x. :00a. ;60x, :50x. J :36a. J:x. I:40", 6:60x, 7 :, :00x. 9:60a, 10:60a p. m.; 12. We ml-lnla-hL Sunday l.'Wx, S:06x, l:6a, lOJOa , m.j :60x, t:46x, -60x, 1:10" p. m. From Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, without change lata a. m. 4:10x p. m., Sunday l:16x a, ro. From Boston, Wllllmantle and Middle town. JiHa, 7;02x, :00a p. m. Bun day 7;02x p. m. From Botton, via Worcester and Springfield. :20x, 11:60a a. m.; l:CTx, 2:16a, I:24x, 6:06a. 8:04x, 1:66a p. m. Sunday, i :20x a. m.; 8:04x p. m. From Boston, Providence and New London. 4:46x, 11:66a a. m.; l:06x, l:26x. !:28x. 625x. 7:00x. 7:43a, :06x, U:67x p. m. 6uuday, 4:46x, 9:06x a. m.i 7:43a, 7;67x p. m. From Bridgeport. l:10x, 2:06x, 2:16x, 6:tEa, 7:40a. 8:45a, 9:66a. 10:06x, 10:46xi ll:00x, U:6&x a. m.; 1240a noon; l:00x, 2:60x, 8:00a, 8:60x, 4:10x, 4:60x, 6:26a, 6:10a, :40, 6:60x. 7:40", 8:00x, 9:60a, 10:60a p. m.; 12:25a midnight. Sun day, l:10x, 2:06x. 2:16x. 8:45a, 10:20a a. m.; 4:60x. 6:60x, 8:20" p. m. . From Stratford, Naugatuck Junction, Milford, Woodmont, West Haven and Way Stations from New Tork. 7:40, 8:46, 9:55 a. m.; 12:60 noon, 3:00, 6:36. 6:40", 7:40. 9:60. 10:60 p. m.; 12:28. (Don't atop at Nnugatuok Junction, Woodmont or West Haven) midnight. Sunday, 8:46, 10:20 a. m.; 8:20" p. m. From Merlden, Hartford and Spring- Meld. 4:20x, 7:56a, 9:20a. 9:30x, 11:60a a. ,m.; l:27x, 2:15a. 8:24x, 5:05a. 6:45a, 8:04x,. 8:55a, 11:20a p. m. Sunday, 4:20x, 9:60a, a. m.; 8:04x p. m. From New Britain, Berlin, Merldeo. Wallingford and Way Stations from Springfield. 7:55, 9:20, 11160 a. m.; 2:15, 6:05, 6:48, 8:55, 11:20 p. ra. Sunday, 9:60 a. m. From Nlantlc, Saybrook Junction, Clin ton, Madison, Guilford, Stony Creek, Brnnford, East Haven and Way Sta tions from Nw London. 7:40, 9:28, 11:55 a. ra.; 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 Turnervllle, Portland, Northford, Montowese and all Way Stations from Mlddletown and Wllllmantlc. 8:00 a. m.; 1:21, 9:00 p. m. Sunday, 7:02x p. m. Stops at Mlddletown and Wllllmantlc only. From Northampton, Westfleld, Chesh ire, Mt Carmel and Way Stations from Northampton. 9:22 a. m.; 1:28, 4:00, 8:00 p. m. From Shelton, Bottsford, Hawleyvllle, New Milford, Danbury, Plttsfield, Al bany, N. T.. the West and a,U Way Stations from Plttsfield. 11:00 a. m.; 8:00 p. m. Sunday, 8:20 p. m. From Derby, Birmingham and Anso- nla. 7:16, 9:26, 11:00, 11:69 a. m., 2:44, 4:43, 7:10 p. m. Sunday, 7:45 a, m., 6:32 p. m. From Litchfield via Bridgeport. 11:00 a. m., 6:10 p. m. Sunday, 8:20 p. m. From Seymour, Naugatuck and Water- bury. 7:16, 9:25, 11:69 a. m., 2:42, 4:43, 6:10, 7:10 p. m. Sunday, 6:32 p. m;- From Winted. 9:25, 11:59 a. m., 4:43, 7:10 p. m. Sunday, 5:32. x Express, a Accommodation, - IjO- cal Express ' Accommodation first part of the way. BARLE & SEYMOUR, Solicitors of Imerican and Foreign Patents. 368 Chapel Street, Sew HawtMi, Conn. A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. PrnnArRd from thA peciDO of Dr. SteDhen Sweet of Connecticut, the great Natural Bone Setter. Has been used for more than 50 years and is the best known remedy for Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, Sprains', Bruises, Barns, Cuts, Wounds and all external injuries. C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor, Sole AKent. District of New Haven, as. Probate Court, I T! ISth IBM f TJI STATE of PATRIok FLOOD, lale of New Pj Haven, in said distriot, dBosased, p-anoi? tor power and authority to sail aid conTfy oertaln real estate belonging to said es taw, ss per application oa file more fully ap psam.lt la UtWfiiivAl 1 ll L Hiia appucauua in no. .nd dAtArmlned at a Prnhate court to be beld at Nsw Haven, in said district, on tbefOth day of July, A. D. 1894, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, ana tost nonoe De given OI tne penaenor or saw spplleation and the time and place of hearing ihrfpiwkB h nuhliahinv t.h ojime three times in tome newspaper having a olrcnlatlon In said dis trict . A. HEATON ROBERTSON, Jyl8t juage, ATTRACTIVE SELECTION SUMMER MILLINERY. Hsndaomel; Trimmed Bonnets end Sound Bets AT GREATLY BBDUOED FBICB3. : Miss A. V. Byrnes, 113S Cbapel Street, Seeond door sbove Tork street. COMPRESSED AIR Carpet QeaiUng Works. , v iriuaiui n VJIAFF OO . ... t PiiyDrletors. lOo Court Ster New Haven, Cti New York, New Ilaven and Hartford It. It. July a, 14. TB Aim LB A VB SB W UA YKHAt FOLLOW FOH NEW YOUK-'iJO, 'HO, ttKH, n 18:10, 8J0, tM, tl04 a. , 'UXD. U, lit (parlor ear limited), M J, liii, '1:30, a.oa, 1) H.U. "8 JO, VM, 6J6, tX, ti n, lo, (W Brldfvport aoaoinmodation), 9il0, 9iU p. ra 8ujDirs-4JO, -am, 800 a. rx, t8.-00, till IllO, '8:10, 1:14, :!() p. 01, FOB WA8HINOTOM VU BABLBSC RIVER -B:10a.iD,(dally),l:10p,m. FOB UOtrrUN ru BPBlNOflELD UJ 10:10, nirt)6a. ro., 1M, iM p. ra. Kunaara-. nj0(nlit). "61 p.m. FOH UOHTON TU NEW LONDON AVTl PMOVIDENCB-f:lB, 8:110, '1U5 (parlor oar UoUta4)a.m..'U:0S,1Jg,'4il4, UM and tM p.m. 8uDAV-t:13,'i90a.m 6JS6p.m. FOB UOHTON VIA AIB LINK AND N. T.SJ N. B. K. B. 4:6T p. m. flDHDAT 4JV7 p. ra. FOIt MB1UDHN, HAHTFOHO, SPHINa. FIBLD, Eto.-1J0 (uight), 8:40, 8x10, tUfclO, 10:t0 (Waits Mountain-Brat stop Hartford) U.-06 a. m.. U.OS, 1M, 8:10, BrOO, 'iJS, (6:1S to Martford), 85. 10.-06 p. m. BlTNDATS-'l (nig at), '5JB, 8J5 (aooomodaUon) p.m. New London Ulrislon. FOR NBW LONDON, Bro.-:tmlw. -StJ 0 (night), 7:60, 9 JO, 11:06, 'UM (parlor ear Umlt od), a. 1.56. 8.-00, '4:16, !, 8:18, 6:15 6:66, (9K16 p. m. Oullford aoootnmodatlon) 8cKDAr-1:13 (ulght), ) (night), t.bi p. ra Air Line Division. FOR M1DDLBTOWN. WILLIMANTIQ. Era -8:03 a. m 1:25, M-.ST, 6:10 p. m. 8CHDAT 41 p. m. Oonneoting at Mlddlotown with Valley Division and at WUllnuuitlo with N. V. N. E. and N. L. N. B. &.( at Turnervllle with Colohester branoh. Northampton Division. FOB 8UELBUBNB FALLS, TURNER'S FALLS, WILLIAMSBURG, HOLTOKB AND NEW HARTFORD, and Intermediate stations 7:45, 11:04 a. m. and 4 KM p. m. FOR NORTHAMPTON, WILLIAMSBURG and points this side At 6:56 p. m. Berkshire Division. FOH DERBY JUNCTION-laS p. m. FOR DERBY JUNCTION, BIRMINGHAM, ANSO NIA, ETC. 7.00, 9:40 a. m., 12:00, 87, 438, 5:11 7:3S, 11:16 p, m. . Sun DATS 6a0 a. m., 8:80 p. in FOR WATERBURY 7:00, 8.-00 (via Nauga tuck Junction), 9:40 a. mM 12:00, S&I, 6:80, 7J5 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a.m. , FOR WINSTED 7KW, 9:40 a. m., 937, 5:30 p.m Sundays 8:10 a. m. FOR SHELTON, BOTSFORD, NEWTOWN DANBURY, PITTS FIELD, STATE LINE 0:40 a. m., 48 p. m. FOR ALBANY, BUFFALO, DETROIT. CIN CINNATI, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO ANDTHB WEST via State Line-:40 a. m., 4:E8 p. m. FOR LITCHFIELD and points on S., L. A N. R. R. (via HawleyvUle)-:40 a. m., 4:28 p. m. Express Trains, t Local Express, . O, T. HEMPSTEAD, Gen. Passenger Agt, STABIN'S NEW HAVEN TRAMS- POKTATION LINE. Every Day Kxc.pt Saturday. Leave New Haven from Starln'4 Dock, foot of Brown street, at 10:15 o'clock p. m. The JOHN H. 8TAR1N, Cantaln McAJIstr. nvprv flnndRV TiiAAdftir and Thursday. The WM. C. EGERTON, Oap- huu opoor, every jnunoay, weanesaay anq Frrday". Roturnluu:, leave New York from Pier 18, N. R.. foot of Oonrtlandt street, at 0 p. ra.; day; the Corning every Sunday, Tuesday and xaursuay. Fare, with berth lu cabin. 75o; staterooms $1.00. Excursion Tickets 81.25. Tickets and staterooms can be purchased of John M. Lines, jr., 861 Chapel street; of Peck & Bishop, 702 Chapel street, John Morse, 69 Center street, and at the TontlneHotel. Exouretoh dates for Glen-Island are now open. i- jflree stage leaves tne depot . on arrival or Hartford train, and from corner Church and Chapel streets every half hour,oommenolngat 8:30 o'clock p.m.. u. n. jfiaHEK, Agent, flew Haven, uonn. New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHARD PECK, Leaves New Haven (Belle Dock) dally, 12:33 night. New York (Pier 25 East River) ip.in, (except Sunday.) 10:80 a. m. C. H. NORTHAM, New Haven, dally, 10:80 a. m., New York 11:39 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 12 p. m. Fare $1.00. Excursion $1.60. Staterooms and tickets for sale at Peck It Bishop's 703 Chapel street, and at Mix's drug store. Through rates given and bills of lading It sued to points West. South and Southwest liy the New Haven Fast Freight Line. Excursion Steamer Continental is offered for charter during Summer season at very low rates. EDW. C. LeBQURGEQIS, Agent. THE ELM CITY PRIVATE DISPENSARY. Old Reliable Expert Specialists, 28 Years' Experience, In Nervous Diseases, Blood and Skin Affeo tlofls, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, and all Private Diseases of Men and Women. WE ARE SUCCESSFUL SPECIALISTS, Permanently located in this otty. By special study and special work we keep in advance, and lead in the successful treat-' ment of Sexual Debility, Weakness, Despond, enoy. Lost Power, all effects of Excesses and Ahiisefl. ftvnhiliA. and all diseases Vif thn a-milta urinary organs. CONSULTATMNiFREB.. . W Office at Room 9, Boardman Building, corner Chapel and State streets. -Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 12 m 2 to 5 p. m, evenings 7 to 9. Sundays, 10 to 12 a. m. - Patients treated by mall. Correapondenea confidential.. - u3 jyuscellatteotts, L. W. ROBINSON. ARCHITECT, " ," ,'. Removed to No. 760 CHAPEL STREET, Ms a btflllant tranpsfeA rwkll ptixplM, fraotles sol OWDER. work iooesheTknotioe, ' - mhtt