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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, JULY 26 1691.
3111 t o Hit. I -Mr. and Mrs. Huu-hliison nee Llllla 'Street, lire apendintr ti M1 'jford. with Dr. and Mrs. Allen and daughter. The ladles of the Aid society of the 'Methodist church met with Mn. W. 8. Chfcee yesterdoy afternoon. Sewing was done. At lx o'clock a ten cent upper wet served. Wise Mary E. C, Ford la upending a part of her vacation In New Haven. A little later MUi Ford calculate to at tend the rinlnvllle camp meeting. The melons sold at the lawn parly last Thursday evening were furnished by Ocorge Green. A. V. Merwln is entertaining Fred Grant, ex-pollce captain of the Hecond precinct of Troy, N. Y. On Thursday evening at 8 o'clock the Milford band will give a concert. The program will consist of popular light melodies. Wallace Hoyden nnd George Khoados started on their bicycles Monday fur Maine. Charl.s Graham and Lewis Page started with them, intending to act as escorts to Huston. The Baldwin place on Lafayette ave nue, lately purchased by George J. Bmith is undergoing considerable Im provement. It will be quite a desirable place when completed. Mrs. Amos Brown Is visiting at Hrnn ford. During her absence Miss Lottie Carpenter is the guest of her daughter, Miss Ora Brown. O. Llndley Nettleton has rented his cottage lately finished nt Walnut grove, to Bridgeport parties for two weeks. The rarty of young ladles who spent last week at Cornwall's cottuge at Woodmont, are aaln at home. They report having had a splendid time. Miss Libble Mix is visiting her par ents in Meriden. Mrs. George M. Woods, who spent last week In Springfield, Mass., has returned home. Mrs. Hurle is spending a few days In : Brooklyn. j Miss Cornelia Hlne has returned home after a two weeks' visit with friends and relatives in Now Milford. i Mrs. Lanno I. Allen of South Nor walk, and Mrs. W. B. Patchen and daughter Grace of Kast Norwalk, spent Friday in town, the guests of their brother. Miss Mamie Hurle, who has been vis iting In New York city, is again at home. The Milford boys were victorious as usual on Saturday evening in the ball game between the M. A. A., and a nine from Shelton. The score was 19 to 10. The game was very largely at tended. Mrs. Ellsa Wallace, who has been vis iting with relatives here, left on Satur day for her home in Union, Conn. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Almon Clark and family, who have spent the past year at Woodbury, are pleased at their return to Milford. Mr. Clark and family live in one of Miles Plumb's new houses on Dog street. The Plymouth Sunday school, accom panied by the members of the congre gation, are to hold their annual picnic at Parlor Rock on Thursday, August 2. They leave Milford on a special train at about 8:30 and return about 6 o'clock sa usual. The fare will be sixty cents for adults and thirty cents for children round trip. This being the only gener al picnic out of town this year a large company will probably attend. Advertised Letters, The following letters remain un called for at the New Haven postofflce Mrs. C. M. Guernsey, John B. Hair, Mrs. E. Language, Miss Nellie Pritch ard, Peter P. Tierney, Col. B. E. Valen tine, Mrs. K. C. Vincent, Nellie Willoox. Francis G. Beach, P. M. Rough on cougns. A Throat and Lung Balsam. Safe' and re liable for children or adults. A popular and effective remedy. 15c. and 35c at Druggists. Rough on Voice and Throat Cure For public speakers, singers, &c. For allaying rawness, soreness, irritation, tenderness, inflam mation ; soothing and strengthening to the overstrained voice and throat. 25c. at Drug gists, or mailed. E. S.WELLS, Jersey City, N. J. They are a Power in the Land. For rousing and moving the public, nothing equals Rouoh on Bile Pills. Most searching and thorough, best cathartic, anti-bilious liver pills. They are chocolate coated and very small, ioc. and ?ec. at Druggists. Is V t2cshI Right t II not, take : e o( ROUGH ON BILE PILLS, nromnt thn:v':r::. (.'Tective. cathartic, anti- nilious. Thev chocolate coated and very amau Never: an. 10c. ana 25c. Don't Experiment. Yon have a right to suspect interested motives in any ceaier wno mignt oner suDsti fcstes f0r " Rough on Rats " There if no substi. tete: "Roueh on Rats" has never been eaualled. aver can be. Hold fast to that which is Kood. Beware of imitations. It comes in 15c. and 2;c. wooden boxes, and always bears the name. PHRALM B. WELLS. Rough on Rum Intemperance. fin tablet form), modifies the propensity, the etaving, and the intemperate desire for strong 4rink ; allays nervousness, promotes sleep, pre Touts tendency to delirium tremens, etc Ask Druggists for Rough on Rum, $1, or sent by Mmu. o. wkl-ls, jersey my, w. J. 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Fancy uooas o tores or oy mail YOUR GLOVES ms be pat on Immediately after n sing LEAURELLE OIL BALM for Chaps or Rough Skin, since it dries In tnatAiitlrand needs no waahuur off. It is not stick mar mossy; will not soil glores, silks, satins nor rib bons; pore, clean, colorless, harm lees. A delightful toilet luxury. 60c and $1.00 bottles at Dniggut or w - THE SECOND OLDEST HOUSE. HOME IS TKUESTIXO Hhllt g J)f TUK t urns uui tm, itkht UArtx. llullt In lilUS-The duly nauM In the Hint That I Ulder Is in MmlUon Tliuiun I'alntnr's Autobiography The Old Well Many Article of InUreit. The borough of West Haven ha the honor of contklning within Its limits the second oldest dwelling house now standing In the state of Connecticut. It Is located at No. 110 Main street, on the north side of the street, and Is at present occupied by Mr. t)avld C. Col lins nnd family, who Is a descendant of the family that havt ocoupled the place ever slnae It was built. Tho house was built In 1695 by Cap tain Samuel Smith, who was the great grandfather of Thomas Painter, who was born January 24, 1760, In West Ha ven. The hoiiMe after Captain Smith's death descended to his granddaughter. Amy Smith. The house was then bought by Joseph Painter, son of Shu 1ml Painter, after which It descended to his oldest son, Thomas Painter, above alluded to. The next occupant was its present one, David C. Collins. Thus It Is readily seen that while the house will celebrate Its two hundredth birthday next year. It has been occu pied by only a few families, all of them connected by relationships of blood and marriage. It has an old-fashioned frame and or old-fashioned stone and brick chimney extending from the top to the bottom of the house. The greatest part of It Is stone and Is laid up In the typical old fashioned manner, the sides tapering toward the top. The part of the chim ney that protrudes above the roof is of brick, and on it Is painted the date, 1695, which signifies the time the house was built. An old-fashioned cupboard for smoking hams is built ir. the garret next to the chimney. With the excep tion of an L on the northwest corner, the house stands the same to-day as it was built two hundred years ago, and is still in good condition. The floors were all made of pine boards, and while they show the wear and tear of genera tions, are yet firm and solid. There was originally an iron picket fence in front of the house, which has now been taken down. The dining room In the rear part of the house is just the same as it was two hundred years ago. The ceilings in all the rooms are low, as was the custom to build them years ago. The walls in all the principal rooms are finished off in paneled work, which is in a fine state of preservation. An old-fashioned china cupboard is built across one corner of the parlor. This kind of a cupboard used to be one of the principal pieces of furniture in the best room in a house and was always kept in a state of immaculate neatness by the housewife. There are creases on the shelveB which were formerly used to stand plates up with against the back of the cupboard. Mr. Collins now has the cupboard filled with a fine collection of old china. The beams and rafters of the house are of fine old oak, and are as solid to-day as when they were raised in position two centuries ago. Various articles of interest are also exhibited, such as a pair of old-fash ioned high andirons, a warming pan such as were used to take the chill from a bed before getting into it on a cold winter's night, two old spinning wheels that have been in the family for up wards of one hundred years, an old- fashioned lignum vitae wood mortar and pestle which was formerly used fur grinding coffee and corn, and an old fashioned frying pan with a handle on it a yard long, which was formerly used to fry griddle-cakes or "flap-jacks" over the blaze in a fire-place. A mus ket which was carried by Thomas WOO&BRIDGE. July 25. Carrie Besser of New Haven is spending the summer at L. Thomas'. The Christian Endeavor society will hold its annual picnic sometime during the second week In August at Lake Saltonstall. The organist at the Congregational church, C. T. Walker, is taking a vaca tion during July and August. John M. Marvin of New Haven is presiding at the organ. The Woodbridge "if. P. S. C. B. sent Elmer E. Thomas as its delegate to the national Christian Endeavor conven tion in Cleveland. Mr. Thomas re turned home Saturday, having taken the side trip to Niagara Falls and the Thousand Islands, besides stopping at other places. Miss Kate Beecher attended the con vention in Cleveland. THE EXCURSION SEASOX. Off to Glen Island To-day The Margaret's Trips The Bed Men's Outing. The steamer John H. Starin makes another of its delightful trips to Glen Island to-day. A good-sized party will go. The attractions at the island, nu merous indeed in past years, are ' still further increased this year. Thousands visit the island every day from the great city and the rush from this city is now beginning in earnest. An A. O. H. society of this city and the Crescent club of Middletown will go to the island to-day. Canton Aurora, I. O. O. F., will give an excursion to New York and up the Hudson Tuesday, August 14. The Phil harmonic orohestra will furnish music. Hammonassett tribe, I. 0. R. M., will go on their annual excursion Tuesday, August 7, to Glen Island on the steamer John H. Starin. They expect a royal good time, as s large number of tickets have already been sold. The trips to Pico park are very popu lar this very hot weather on the steam er Margaret. Saseacus excursion Tuesday, August 7, to New York and up the Hudson river.- - . Painter in the Revolutionary war Is also shown. In the yard In the rear of the house Is the old barn and wood house, which are nearly the same as they were when the house was built. The wood house Is shingled on the outside with the old fashioned sawed shingles, which are about twice as large as the modern shingles. Mr. Collins said that he shin gled the house about tlfteen years ago, and that the shliigls which ho took off from the roof at that time hud lasted for seventy-five years. They were the old-fashioned shingles and were painted and oiled, as was customary In those days. Mr. Collins says that the house now needs shingling again, fifteen yeors having been sufficient to wear out the modern shingles. The old well Is about forty feet deep and was dug ut tho time the house was built. Water was formerly drawn with an old-fushloned sweep. It is pure, cold water, and a marked difference be tween It and the city Ice water Is In stantly noticed. The place Is much visited by antl iniiirinna nml those who are Interested in the pmsi of New Haven and vicinity. Mr. Collins Is always ready to snow me place with Its relics to any and all who mgy be Interested. Mr. r.illlnK ix also In possession of a very interesting old manuscript book eon tii In I ml' a conv of the life of Thomas Painter, Ks., as written by himself A. D. 1S:1C, being then seventy-six years of age, a history of the Painter family In the parish of West Haven, and nlso of the parish itself up to the year 1X30. by Thonms Painter; a copy of Thomas Painter s last letter to his children, and vhich was found with his will in the bank vaults in New Haven, dated and written in December, 1842, about six years before his decease, and a genea logical account of the Collins family from the year 1810. On the fly leaf of the book is the following inscription: "Copied by Walter Collins Clephane, aged 13, and presented to his Uncle Dave on his fifty-flfth birthday, Au gust 26, 1880." The old cherry wood secretary, on which Mr. Painter wrote his autobio graphy is still preserved by the family. There is a small wax figure of Mr. Thomas Painter at the age of seventy two, made by S. Moulthrop, moulder, of New Haven. It is rare that a wax fig ure of this kind is seen nowadays. It is hung In a small frame like a picture. There is also an old-fashioned high clock which is at least one hundred years old. There are two large elm trees in front of the house which are also about one hundred years old. There is' a beautiful weeping willow tree also in the yard. It is said to be the third willow which has grown on the site. FORTH HAVES, A Fine Field of Blackberries But, Ohl the Sweet Corn Where is it? July 25. The Congregational quartet choir, Miss Flora Stiles, Miss Edna Bassett, E. Stiles and G. E. Northope, was given a pleasant outing by the, leader, A. B. Clinton, a few evenings' since, by electric car to Woodmont, where they had a first class shore din ner at the Bonsilene hotel, and a very enjoyable evening, then a pleasant drive to North Haven. They all said it was the pleasantest time they ever had. G. E. Thorpe will start next week for a week's outing at Block Island. A New Haven man was tried before Justice F. H. Stiles on Tuesday for sell ing bottled beer without license. He plead guilty and was fined $7 and costs, which he paid and was released. P. B. Orcutt has a field of blackber ries that pays to look at when every thing is so dry. The corn that is so much talked about is all talk, for many fields of stalks have not an ear on, and where there is any it is of very in ferior quality. The man who prophesies no rain until October 15 better be put in an insane asylum. It would be like the seven years famine In the Bible. The Congregational . Sunday school will contribute to the fresh air fund next Sunday, July 29. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Thorpe and Ar thur Barnes Thorpe will take, an exten sive electric car ride on Thursday and dine at some popular shore resort. Three young men on bicycles arrived In town this morning and are guests of Franklin Thorpe. They wheeled from Bridgeport, starting yesterday morn ing. A few days since a lady's pocketbook was picked up by the side of the rail road track a short distance above North Haven station. The articled was a good one and had evidently been rifled of its contents and thrown away. It contained just a card with the name and address, Mrs. Jennie Dilts, dress maker, 132 Wakeman avenue, Newark N. J. ' W. E. Larmore and Grace B. Cossar were married at Montowese the 28th day of July, 1894, by Rev. Mr. Simons. Lois Smith, daughter of Emanuel and Alice V. Smith was buried in the Cen ter cemetery on Saturday. July 2r.- COURT RECORD. " City Court-Criminal Side judge Callahan Frederick Oliver. Frederick Gray and George Garnot, assault, nolle; " Burton H. Warner, theft, bound over to the superior court, October termunder J300 bonds; Patrick H. Murphy,1. breach of tne peace against Bart Wheeler, judg ment suspended; Alexander Napolita no, same against Dominica Paobella, nolle; Bartholomew Kelly,' theft, dls charged; Morris Kisskoff, peddling without, a license, nolled; William Goodman, capias, nolle judgment, $5.42 costs; Charles Smith, theft from' George B. Bates, 30 days; same embeizlement. three months in jail, $7.06 costs;'. James A. Garside, breach ol the peace against Lillian Garside, 30 days In jail. $7.88 costs. With uuaiacol Why is It we have added done and Guaiacol to our Cod Liver Oil, which hiui been used with favorable result for many ycare by consumptive ? It is be cause we want to do all we can to cure this disease. Ozonized to replace with ozone the oxygen lost by the body in digesting the oil. Guaiacol added to increase the appetite some, thing a consumptive must have. Pleasant to take. A perfect remedy for consumption. Send for Book on Ozone, mailed free. Prepared by T. A. Slocnm Co., Hew Tart X TER TA I XV EX TS. Grand Opera Home. The Wilbur Opera company Com mences a week's engagement at the Grand opera house on Monday next, July 30. Mr. Wilbur's company com pares very favorably with the very best comic opera organizations. The principal singers of the company are Susie Kirwin, Elolse Mortimer, Llllle Taylor, J. E. Conly, W. Kohnle, E. A. Clark, James A. Donnelly, Emmet Drew and J. Clarence Harvey. The repertoire is as follows: Monday, "Grand Duchess;" Tuesday, "Indiana;" Wednesday matinee, "Fra Diavolo;" Wednesday evening, "Merry War;" Thursday, "Nell Gwynne;" Friday, "Bo hemian Girl;" Saturday matinee, "Fal- ka;" Saturday evening, "Mascotte." The Wilbur Opera company perform ances are marvellous in regard to mu sic, costumes, handsome faces, pretty figures and general stage effect, and last but not least the great inducement is the remarkably cheap prices 10, 20, 30 and 50 cents. The advance sale for the different operas opens this morning at 9 a. m. at the Grand opera house. Not content with presenting first- class operas at popular prices, Mr. Wil bur presents at every performance the high art living pictures, when by the aid of breathing figures, painted canvas and electric lights an illusion artistic and wonderful Is presented to the audi ence, which awakens the most enthu siastic recognition. The cool atmos phere of the Grand opera house is pro verbial, and everything will be done to make the audience cool and comfortable to witness the first-class operas during the week. 1 ' - The usual treatment of catarrh is very unsatisfastory. as1 thousands can tes tify. Proper local treatment is neces sary to success, but many, if not most. of the remedies in general use afford but; temporary relief. : A cure certainly cannot be expected- from snuffs, pow ders, - douches and, washes. , Ely's Cream Balm, which, is so highly com mended, is a remedy which combines the important requisites of quick action, specific curative power, with perfect safety and pleasantness to the patient. The druggists sell it. , jy24 3teod2tW - The Lehigh Valley Railroad is the pioturesque linfe' from New York to the west via Niagara Falls. Solid vestibule trains run through in 28 hours without change of cars. Send to W. B. Smith, General Eastern Passenger Agent, No. 235 Broadway, New York, for time-tables and illus trated descriptive matter in regard to the road. When Exposed To Halarial Contagious Or Epidemic Influences A Few. Drops of Sanford's Ginger In Every Glass of Water Drunk' Will Insure Healthy Stomach And Bowels Containing amonf Its ingredients the pur est of meufeinal French brandy and the best of imported ginper, it is vastly superior to the cheap, worthless, and often dangeroul cincers urged as substitutes. . Ask for SANFORD'S GINGER and look for owl trado-mark on the wrapper. Sola everywhere. ; . Potter Drco & Cbkh. Corp., Boston. WARM WEATHER TO TALK to you FURNITURE Hut that s our Dusmess We close the season's businesswitk ;tHe? largest amount of sales ever recorded' by; us.; Oul policy of good value at low prices is wnat nas aone me ousmess. juiy isi we inventory. Previous to that time we offer our entire' stock of Housefur nishing ' Goods vat: such low tempt you. .. Come .and ' get prices. As an illustration Silk Brocatelle. for $i 7,36 - Suites manufactured right on the premises in our own factory. You save all intermediate DriofitsU Parlor - Furniture ' reuDhol- stered and re-covered in the workmen. 'I''B.'H H. B. JLHIISTOOWa & COaif J A 68-97 OrgJSlTwt NEW HAYEK POSTOFFICE. orrtCB HOOTIS-April l to Novemrx 1, nun. til. to ft -) p. m, November I to April t, 5:ju. tu. to S;00 p. uj. Buuday, from UM m. tol tWp. m. Vratluitle open for the accommodation Of the buldurt of lock boiea day and nly lit. Arrival and Departure of Malls, Vew York-Opoo T:00, :,D a. m m., 1:00, (:Ju, T:m, () p. m. Close t:U0, 0 00, 10:110, 11:00 a. :30,8;O0 8i.8;fl0, 8:U, 6:00, (7:00 daily, lu- eludiiitf Bunuaya), 11:00 p, in. New York Kallroad Way-Open , 13:00 a. III., 430, :00 p. m. Closa t:30, 9;X) a. Ul :U0 p. in, Ilultimore, Washington, Philadelphia and .'outlwrn Sullen Open 7:00, H:;IU. U: a. m. nose 6:,T0, :00 a. m.. 1230, t.flO, 3:30,(7.-U0 dally, Imiludliiir Sundays), 11:00 p. m, Chlewronnil Western State Opon 7KM, 0:10 a. m.,8:0u.::)0p. in. Clou S:30, VOOa. m.,SM, VOO, (7.00 dully, Including Buuduys), 11KW p. m. Albany and Northwn Now York Open 1M, I0:.10. m.. 11:00. 7:00, 1000 o. m. Close 7:00. (.00 a. UI.,12:J0, 2:00, 6C0, 7:00, 11:00 p.m. Springfield ltnllroad Way Open 10:!Wa. m., 1:00 p. in. Close 6:30, 10:10 a. m., U.U, i.M, 5:00, 11.-00 p. m. Boston Open TOO a. m.. 1:00. 000,4:30,7:00, IO00 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:14, 1100 a.m.. 12:15, SOU, 3:16, 6.00, 11:00 p. m. New Hampshire and Vermont Open T:0t, 10:30a. m.. 3:00. 4:00. 10:00 p. in. Close 7:00, 10:1 a.m., 5:00, 11:00 p. m. Springfield Open 7:00 10:30 a. m., 8:00, 4:30, 10:110 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m 12:15, 20, 5:00, U:00p. m. , Hartford-Open t:00. 8:30, 10:30a. m., 1:00. 3:00, TOO, MOO. 10:00 ii. in. Close 7:00, 10:15 a.m., 12:15, 2:30, 5:00, 0:15, 11:00 p. ., (12:00 m. Sundays). Mortden-Oprn T:00. 10:30 a. m.. 1:00, 3:00, TOO, !)j30p. rn. 0080 7:00,10:15 a. m 12:15, 2:30,500, Jj:00 p. in., (12:00 p. in. Sundays). New Britain Open MO, 10:30 a. in., 3:00, 5:30. 10:00, 11:00 p. in. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. ra., 8:30, 11 OO l. m. Wulllngford Open 10:30 a. m., BOO, TOO p. m. Closo 5:3(5, 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 2:30, 5:00 p. m. WlUimantle-Opeo 7:00, 10:30 a. m., 3:00, 10:00 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 12:15.3:55, 11:00 p.m. Kensington Open 10:30 a. m 8:00 p.m. Close 7:00a. m 2:30 p.m. North Haven Open 10:30 a. m 3:00 p. m. Close 7O0, 1045 a. m 2:30, 5:00, 11:00 p. m, Bridgeport Open 7:00, 9:30. 12O0 a. nt., 2:30, 1:30, 700, 0 00 p. m. Close 6:30 8:00, 11:00 a. m. 12:30, 2:00, 6:00, TOO, 11:00 p. m. New London Open 70S. 10:30 a. m., 8:30, T:00. 10:00 p. in. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m 2:00, 4:30, 11:00 ). m. New London Railroad Way Open 10:80 a. m 3:30, 1000 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 4:30 p. m. Branford, Guilford Open 10:30 a. m., 8:30, 10:00 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 4:30, 11:00 p.m. Norwich' and Eastern Conneotlout Open 7:00, 10:00 a. m., 3:30, 7:00, 930 p. m. Close 1:00, 11:00 a. m 2:00, 4:30; 11:00 p. m. Providence and "Rhode Island Open -TOO. 10:30 a, in., S:30, 7:00, 10:00. m. Close 7:09, 11:00 a. m 12:15, 2:00, 11:00 p. m. Newport, R. l.-Open 7:00 a. ni 8:30, 7:00 p.m. Close 7:00, 11.00 a. m 2:00, 11:00 p. ni. New Haven and Northampton Way Open 3:00, 10:00 p. m. Close 6(00 a. m., 3:00 p. m. Collinsvllle, IPlantsvllle, Unionvlllc. South Ington and New Hartford Open 10:30 a. m.. 1:00, 6:00, 1000 p. m. Close BOO, 10:15 a. to., 3:00, 5:00 p. in. Naugatuci: Kallroad Way Open 10:30 a.m., 3:00 p. m. Close 0:00 a. m., 5:00 p. m. Waterbury Open TOO, 10:30 a. m., 1:00, 3:33. 8:00, 10:00 p.m. Close 6:00, 8:00, 10:15 a. m., 1:30, 5:00,11:00 p.m. Birmingham-Open 10:30 a. m., 3:00, 6:00, 8:00 p. m. Close 6:00, 9:00, J1O0 a. in., 1:30, 5:00 p. in. Seymour Open 10:30 a. m., 8:00 p. m. Cioe. 6:00, 9:00 a. m., 5:00 p. m. Orange Open 10:30 a. m., 8:00 p. m. Close 9:00 a. m., 5:00 p. m. Housatonic Railroad Way Open 8:00, 10:00 p. m. Close 9:00 a. m., 8:55 p.m. Connecticut Valley Road Way Open 10:30 n m 2:80, 6:00 p. m. Close 6:00 a. m., 2:00, 11:' p. m. Air Line Railroad Way Open 3:00, 10:00 p. m. Close TOO a,- m., 12:15, 3:65 p. in. Durham, Cuntonville and Nortliford Open 10:30 a. m., 10:00 p. m. Close 7:00 a. m. 5:00 p. m. Middletown-Open 7;0Q, 10:30 a. m., 3:00, 703 8:00, 9:80 p.m. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 12:15, 2:00, 5:00,11:00 p.m. Danbury Open T:00, 12:00 a, m 3:80, 8:00 p.m. Close 6:80, 9:00, 10:15 a. m. 2,00, 8:30, 11:00 p.m. Milford Open 0:30, 12:00 a. m., 3:30, 1000 p. m. Close 540, 9i00, 11:00 a. m., 2O0, 5:00 p. m, Colohester Open 3:00, lOOOp. m. Close 7:00 a. m., 5:00 p.m. ' West Haven-Open 9:80 a. m., 1:00, 4:80, 7:30 p.m. Close 5:30 a.m., 12:30, 5i00 p.m. Branch Office Open 9:15. 1900 a. m., 5:00, 9:3d p. m. Close 7,00, 9:16, 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 Branford and North Guilford Open 12:00 a.m. Close 12:80 p. m. Foreign Open at 7:00 a. m., 3:00, 4:30, 7:00 p. m. CTole 5:30, 9:00, 11:00 a. m 12.30, 3:00, 3:56, 7:00,11:00 p.m. Carriers' letters can be obtained in the even ing between 7:00 and 8:0C o'clock at the carri er? window . Sundays 12:00 to 1:00 p. m. The letters in the boxes at the depot will be collected by the local agent five minutes Ije f ore the departure of all mail trains. Money Sent Without Danger of Loss. Money ordors and registered letter windows open from 8:00 a. in. until 7:00 p. m. Honey orders can be obtained at this office upon any money order postofflce in the United States, Germany, Great Britain, Switzerland, Canada, Italy, Portugal and India. The fees on orders in tbe United States are: Orders for $5 or less, five cents; over 85 and not exceeding S10, eight cents; over $10 and not exceeding $15. ten cents; over $15 and not exceeding S30, fifteen cents; over $80 and not exceeding $40, twenty cents; over $40 and not exceeding 50, twenty-five cents; over $50 and not exceeding $80, thirty cents; over $00 and not exceeding $70, thirty-five cents; over $70 and not exceeding $, forty cents; over $8C awwl nnt avfidMllnff CMU! fortV-fl Vf. CPntfl. "Request to return" will be printed across the end of stamped envelopes, furnished by the postofflce department, without additional oost, where such are ordered in lots of not less than 500. .... , No fractions of cents should be introduced in an ntviAV To facilitate the free delivery system letters should be plainly addressed to street and num- , : i- of SUMMER MILLINERY. Handsomely Trimmed Bonnets and Bound ,4': Hat AT GREATLY REDUCED PEI0E3. Hiss A. V. Byrnes, 1132 Cbapel 8treet, ' . Second door above York street. About 9 CARPETS and we have to do it, values; that, they cannot fail to acquainted with our goods and 5 - piec'e Parlor Suite, covered in from that up to $150. Parlor best possible manner by skilled x ' -t f- S-': 780 Ch New York, New Haven and Hartford 11. It. July . IHtU, TRAINS LEAVE NBW HAVEN AS FOLLOWS FOU NBW VOHK-'m M:50, t6:09, 730, H:tO, 8 JO, ftSS. tlO30 a. m, 'ISOO, UOJ, 1 M (parlor oar limited), 1:45, t-M, SO0,D:30, t4:15. 90, 6:30. 5.36, 6JB, 7:10, 1:10, (6:15 Bridgeport aooommodatlon), t:10, 915 p. m, HUMUATa-MJO, SM, 8:03 a. m 15.00, t:15. 7:10, H;10, 8:15, 9:10p. m. VOH WASHINGTON TIA HARLEM RIVER -12:10 a. m. (dally), 1:10 p. m. rOIt BOSTON VIA 81'H1N0FIELD-1: 10:10. H06 a. m., '1:06, 5:U p. m. SUNDAY 1: (night), 5:5 p.m. FOR BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PROVlDBNCE-J:18. fcao. '11:36 (parlor oar llmlted)a.m., 1205,1:56, '4:15, '4:55 and : p. m. Sundays 2:18, 2:30 a. ra., 6:55 p. m. FOR BOSTON VIA AIR LINK AND N. Y. N. E. K. R. 4:57 p. m. Sundays 4:67 p. m. FOR MEftlDEN. HAHTFOKD, SPRING FIELD, Etc.-'1:80 (night), 6:40, 8:00, tl0:10. 10:10 (White Mountain-first stop Hartford, 11.06 a. m.. 1206, '106, 8;10,6:00, '5:52, (6:16 to Hartford), 8.-05, 1005 p, m. Sundays '1:20 (night), 6:S2, 8:26 (accomodation) p.m. New London Division. FOR NEW LONDON, Etc.-I :13 (night), 2:30 (night), 7:50, 9:30, 1106, 11:35 (parlor ear limit ed), a. m., '12:06, t.K, 8:00, '4:15, '4:55, 6:15, 6:15. 8:55, (8.06 p. m. Guilford aooommodatlon). Sundays 2:13 (night), 2:30 (night), '6:55 p. m. Air Line Division. FOR K1DDLETOWN, WILL1MANTIC, Eto. -803 a. m., 1:25, '4:57. 6:10 p. m. Sundays 4:57 p. m. Connecting at Middletown with Valley Division and at Willlmantlo with N. Y. N. E. and N. L. N. R. R,; at Turnervllle with Colohester branoh. Northampton Division. FOR SHELBURNE FALLS, TURNER'S FALLS, WILLIAMSBURG, HOLYOKE AND NEW HARTFORD, and Intermediate stations 7:45, 11:04 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. FOR NORTHAMPTON, WILLIAMSBURG and points this side At 5:55 p. m. Berkshire Division. FOll DERBY JCNCTION-4:28 p. m. FOR DERBY JUNCTION, BIRMINGHAM, ANSO NIA, ETO.-7O0, 9:40 a. m 12:00, 2:27, 4:23, 5:33 . 7:85, 11:15 p. m. 8UNDAT8 8:10 a. m 8:30 p. m. FOR WATERBURY 7O0, 8:00 (via Nauga tuok Junction), 9:40 a. m 12:00, 2:27, 6:80, 7:35 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m. FOR WINSTED-7O0, 9:40 a. m., 8: 27, 5:30 p.m Sundays 8:10 a. m. FOR SHELTON, BOTSFORD, NEWTOWN, DANBURY, PITT3FIELD, STATE LINE 9:40 a. m., 4:28 p. m. FOR ALBANY, BUFFALO, DETROIT, CIN CINNATI. ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND THE WEST via State Line 9:40 a. m 4:28 p. m. FOR LITCHFIELD and points on S., L. & N. R. R. (via Hawleyville)-9:40 a. m., 4:28 p. m. Express Trains, t Local Express. v C. T. HEMPSTEAD, Gen. Passenger Agt. STARIN'S NEW HAVEN TRANS PORTATION LINE. Every Day Except Saturday. Leave New Haven from Starin s Dock, foot of Brown street, at :0:15 o'clock n. m. The JOHN H. STARIN. Captain MoAiister, every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The WM. C. EGERTON, Cap tain Spoor, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Returning, leave New York from Pier 18, N. K.. foot of Courtlandt street, at 9 p. m.; the Starin every Monday, Wednesday and Fri day; the Corning every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Fare, with berth in cabin, 7Sc; staterooms $1.00. Excursion Tickets J1.25. Tickets and staterooms can be purchased of John M. Lines, jr., 861 Chapel street; of Peck & Bishop, 703 Chapel street, John Morse, on Center street, and at the TontineHote. ; jsxcursion dates xor wen jsiunu arc uuw open. , Free stage leaves the depot on arrival of Hartford train, and from corner Church and Chapel streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 o'clock p. m. C. H. jioxiJiixt, Agent, flew Haven, vona. New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHARD PECK, Leaves New Haven (Belle Dock) daily, 1230 night. New York (Pier 25 East River) ii 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. in. . rare $i.w. juvuihivu bj.uu. KtutArnnniA and tickots for sale at Peck ft Bishop's 702 Chapel street, and at Mix's drug store. Through rates given and bills of lading Is-1 sued to points West. South and Southwest by tne JNew naven tasc ureigni uine. Excursion Steamer Continental Is offered for charter during Summer season at very low rates. ISU w . u. IiEBU u ikhsuib, .ageni. COMMITTEE ON STREETS. THE Committee on Streets will meet in Rooms 10 and 11, City Hall, on Friday, July2r, 1804, at 8 p.m., at which time the fol lowing matters will be considered : Petition or Ell wnitney tor a new street from Whitney avenue to Prospeot street. Pntition of J. H. Moore for the hardening of Summer street, between Hamilton and State streets. Petition or jr. s. Bishop et ai. ror tne nara ening of Lyon street, from Olive to Bradley Petition of Stephen L. Malone etal.fora concrete sidewalk on the easterly side of Kim berly avenue, between No. 118 Kimberly ave nue and the Boulevard. Communication of the Board or fuDiic WnrkR recommcndlnu: that a dimension block pavement be laid in Temple street, between Chapel street and Congress avenue. Communication of the Board of Public Works representing that new walks are need ed on Broadway, Dlxwell avenue, Goffe street, Whnlley avenue,- Webster' street, Columbus avenue, Howard avenue, Washington street, Oak street, Hamilton and Wallace streets. All persons lriterested In any of the forego ing are hereby notified to be present and be hoard thereon without further notice. . Per oraer: - uw iuht w. uliAH.jssl.bjs, Chairman. Attest: EDWARD A. STREET, jyaaat . " Assistant City Clerk. Blight's Disease, Diabetes, IL ! ' 1L lf!J ana uiner uiseases or ine Bladder and Stomach Cured. Information Free which will Astound and Convince the Most: Skeptical. No stamp necessary for information. Address REV. DR. h. E. HAIili, : Pastor First Baptist Church, ' ;. ' Hattiesburg, Miss. ': - OR ' ' P. O. BOX No. 709, , New Orleans, La. Name paper. jy53m STEAM CARPET CLEANING. V. A FACTORY, . ; t88, 130 and 19 Water Street. Conn. Steam Carpet Cleaning Co., P.O. Box 678. Orders by mall will receive prompt attention. ... ..- . " G.B.8WA1N. i - V.W.LOWDEN, apaotf - . --ff:'- . -.- .... District of New Haven, as. Probate Court,! juiy a, tow, i STATE of JANE B. LEAVENWORTH, E' late or Piew tutven, in saia aiBcnor, ae- Thn Court of Probate for the District of New Haven bath limited and allowed Six months from the date hereof for tbe creditors of said estate. to exhibit their claims for set tlement. Those who neglect to present their aooounts, properly attested, within said time will be debarred a recovery. All persona in debted to eatd estate are requested to snake immediate payment 3 TW1SS, SxeoUBor. wivtlUva' t&txi&t. Trains Arrive at New Haven. rrom New York. l:10z. t:00. 7:40. 8:45a, 9:Ma. 10:06s. 10:Mx.ll:O0x. 11:30a. UUt a. m.; 13:50a noon; 1:00s, 1:60s, :00a, 3 :60s, 4:60s, 1:35a, 6:45s, l:40, 6:60s, 7:40", 8:00x, 9:60a, 10:60a p. m.J 12:25a midnight Sunday 1:10s, 1:05s, 1:45a, 10:20a a. m.; 4:60 J, 6:45s. 6:50s, 8:20 p. m. From Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, without change 2:15s a. m. 4:10s p. m Sunday 3:16s a. m. From Boaton, Willlmantlo and Middle, town. l:2ia, 7:02s, 9:00a p. m. Bun day 7,D2s p. m. From Boston, via Worcester and Springfield. 4 '20s, 11:60a a. ra.j 1 Xtx. 2:15a, 3:24s, 5:05a, (:04s, 8:56a p. m. Sunday, 4:20s a. m.; 8:04s p. m. From Boston, Providence and New London. 4:45s, 11:65a a. m.; 1:06s, 1:25s, 36s, S:25s, 7:00s, 7:43a, 9:06s, 11:67s p. m. Sunday, 4:45s. 9:06s a. m.; 7:43a, 7:67s p. m. From Bridgeport 1:10s, 2:05s, 2:15s, 6:35a, 7:40a. 8:45a, 9:66s, 10:05s, 10:45s. 11:00s, 11:65s a. m.j 12:50a noon; 1:00s, 2:60s, 3:00a, 3:50s, 4:10s, 4:60s, 6:25a, 6:10a, 6:40", 6:60x, 7:40", 8:00s, 9:50a, 10:50a p. m.; 12:26a midnight Sun day, 1:10s. 2:06s, 2:15s. 8:46a, 10:20a a. m.; 4:60s, 6:60s, 8:20" p. m. From Stratford, Naugatuek Junction, Milford, Woodmont, West Haven and Way Stations from New York. 7:40, 8:45, 9:55 a. m.; 12:60 noon, 8:00, 6:35, 6:40". 7:40", 9:50. 10:60 p. m.; 12:25. (Don't stop at Naugatuek Junction, Woodmont or West Haven) midnight Sunday, 8:45, 10:20 a. m.; 8:20 p. m. From Meriden, Hartford and Spring field. 4:20s, 7:66a, 9:20a, 9:30s, 11:50a a. m.; 1:27s, 2:15a, 8:24s, 6:05a, 6:45a, v 8:04s, 8:55a, 11:20a p. 'in. Sunday, 4:20s, 9:50a a, m.; 8:04x p. m. From New Britain, Berlin, Meriden, Walllngford and Way Stations from Springfield. 7:55, 9:20, 11:60 a. ra,; 2:16; 6:05, 6:46, 8:55, 11:20 p. m. Sunday, 9:60 a, m. From Nlantlc, Baybrook Junction, Clin ton, Madison, GulHord, Stony Creek 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. 11:65 a. m.; 7:43 p. m. Sunday, 7:43 p. m. From Turnervllle, Portland, Northford, Montowese and all Way Stations from Middletown and Willlmantlo. 8:00 a. m.; 1:21, 9:00 p. m. Sunday, 7:02x p. m. 8tops at Middletown and Wlllimantlc 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, Hawleyville, New Milford, Danbury, Pittsfleld, Al bany, N. Y., the West and all Way Stations from Pittsfleld. 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, 11:69 a. m., 2:44, 4:43, 7:10 p. m. Sunday, 7:45 a. m., 5:32 p. m. From Litchfield via Bridgeport. 11:04 a. m., 6:10 p. m Sunday, 8:20 p. m. From Seymour, Naugatuek 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 Winsted. 9:26, 11:69 a. m., 4:43, 7:10 p. m. Sunday, 6:32. x Express. , a Accommodation. Lo cal Express. Accommodation firs! part of the way. T8EEmP!n.?lyiT- tlons. Kidney and Bladder Troubles, and at. Private piseases i ol ! Men and 1 J5nen. . Permanently located in this olty. li y special siuuj r : " in advance, and lead in the suooessful treat, ment of Sexual Debility, Weakness, Despond, encv Lost Power, all effects of Excesses and Anuses SvphiUs, and all diseases of the ffonltd urinafy' Sr?ans. ' CONSULTATION Frb profflce at Room 8, Boardman Building, corner Cbapel and State streets. , Office noun: w a. m. w u u v. u, evenings 7 to 9. Sundays, 10 to 12 a. m: ctimii fronted bv mall. CorresDOndenoi confldentlal. n8 EARLE & , SEYMOUR, , Solicitor! ol imeiipan and Foreign 868 Chapel -Street, irew Have, Conn. ' L. W. ROBINSON, ARCHITECT, Removed to No. 760 CHAPEL STREET. 1 OZZONIfS MEDICATED COMPLEXION Innarta a tafnilant tnnmaftner tn tfas skM. Patents I B6wmsaliplmples,frscklesaBa IIOVJDER. BMBovwaii pimples, fraeklat ana mssoloiatlons. vsrywlwstkj A r ,. ..- yzm .'j'-.-fiv-t.-..'..-:.'