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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MUMMY, 3 PLY 30 1894
"v COVHTKTCOHD. Iaprtar Ctoarfr-trtrtl lde-Jud r- Woe. 'X special Ion ft till court was told In this city Saturday at which 7udg Prentice granted on absolute di Vorea to George A. Prlggi of Water bury from hi wife Annie, on the ground vt habitual Intemperance. After the Judge had entered the decree Colonel Jiurpec. a counsel for Mr. DrlgB. made a motion to have the court change the defendant' name to Annie Morton. The motion wi denied. Mr. Trigg I awarded the custody of hi two minor mni, aged eight and ten year renectlvel Mr. Drlgg will be allowed alimony, but the amount could not bo Bcer tallied Judge I'rentlee ntso handed down a declnlon In one of the Ferry rath cae. which I of conlderable Importance to the property owner who ued the Con olldated road for damuge In conse quence of the Injury done their property liy the cloning of Kerry I'ath. The rail road company, through It counsel, de nurred to the complaint on the ground mat the railroad commlsMlonor In clon ing Ferry l'ath and abollHhlng the Kxada crossing there were acting in the capacity of legislative agent UBlng ollc power and therefore any damage resulting to abutting property owner were not damage that could be re tovcred In a suit at law. The property owner, who were rep resented by Newton and Well and lames P. Bree, argued against the do Tiurrer and their opinion has been sus tained by Judge Prentice, who overrule Ihe demurrer. The matter will be taken to the su preme oourt by the railroad company. Colonel Purpoe, counsel for the Good rJch Cattle company of Southliury, filed an Inventory of the property of the cor poration. The assets of the company are about 319.000 and the liabilities be tween 16,000 and $3,000. William Mitchell was appointed receiver of the company last June In order to protect the stock holders, a number of suits being threat ened against It In Texas, where consid erable of the property of the company Is located. OHf Court Criminal Side Judge Callahan. Joseph Pasquaile, breach of the peace, thirty days In jail, $16.40 costs; Osals Zuckerman and Hans Raphael.breach of the peace, continued until July 31; Thomaa F. Coleman, drunk, nolle, breach of the peace, $3 fine, 17.06 costs; Edward H. Smith, drunk, nolle, breach of the peace, $3 fine, $7.06 costs; Giovan ni Maurello.interferlng with Special Of ficer Moakley, nolled on payment of 37.06 costs. ' What It Costs to Bun the Jail. Sheriff Tomllnson's returns have been audited and found correct by the county commissioners. The orders drawn by the sheriff Include the entire expense of running the Jail for the fiscal year. The amounts by months are as follows: July, 1893, $285.45; August, $2,096.71; September, $1,992.17; October, $2,326.13; November, $1,928.59; December, $2,490.70; January, 1894, $2,020.54; February,$2,011.--92; March, $1,933.58; April, $2,054.40; May, $2,130.06; June, $3,748.67, These amounts aggregate $25,318.91 as the expenses of the year. The jail made returns to the county treasurer for money obtained by sales, which include refuse, bones, etc. These gales were: August, $100.99; September, $79.50; October, $107.40; November, !$72; December, $138.30; January, $54.88; Feb ruary, $105.20; March, $44.89; April,$33.28; May, $21.15; June, $135.13; July 30; Octo ber,$26. The last Item Is money refunded by August Brahan, a prison who escaped, and It represents the expense of recap turing him. The total Is $948.72. Taking this from $25,318.91, it leaves the actual expenses of running the jail for the fis cal year at $24,370.19. A Soft Corn. One application of Rough oh Corns, liquid, (rives instant relief; two effects a permanent cure; two or three applications eradicate hard corns, 15c. Rough on Corns, Salve and Plasters, 100. B. S. WELLS, Jersey Citv, N. J. Rough on Toothache gives instant relief. 10c, Stomach Distress and Misery. There is immediate and most grateful relief in the use of Wells' Stomach Euxir. It is gently invigorant to an irritable, feeble, dys peptio stomach, 50c. and $1.00 bottles, at retail or wholesale druggists, or prepaid by express. E. & Wblls, Jersey City, Nj. Pale, Puny Children May have worms. A safe, harmless, but effect. Ive worm destroyer is ''Rough on Worms." It's sweet and nice, and never does harm; al ways does the child good. 25c. " Rough on Itch " Ointment oures 6kin Humors, Pimples, Flesh Wotms. Ring Worm, Tetter. Salt Rheum Frosted Feet, Chilblains, Itch, Ivy Poison, Bar ber's Itch, Scald Head, Eczema. 50c. Drug gists or mail. E. S. Wells, Jersey City, N.J. It Mar Not Be Known To you, but it is a fact, that "Rough on Rats " I equally as effective, never failing and re- tiabls, as an exterminator of Cockroaches, Bed Jugs, Flies, Ants, Beetles, Water Bugs, etc., as t isfor Ratsand Mice. "Rounh on Rats" isthe recognised, standard throughout the world. It ever disappoints. Always gets there. Don't Go Home Without 'Em Rough on Bile Pills. They are the greatest ttle pills for starting up a sluggish Liver, and relieving the thick, aching head extant Nothing quail mem. 1 ney are cnocoiate col frery small. 10c. and asc. at Druggists. mmws OLBABS OUT Bed Bugs, Flies, Cockroaches, Un, ' BEETLES, WATKRBUGS, INSECTS, RARE OLD MANUSCRIPTS. HOME VI UAH LB ADDITIONS TO Tlir. XALB IIBHAHX, Generous ilft of Mr. William taring Andrews of Sew York, Prof. Hoopla of Yale and Kdward lleraant of New York Other Valuable and Interesting Books and I'li'turra at Ihe Library. A department in which the Yale li brary ha been hitherto very poor, that of early printed book, ha been ereat ly enriched by recent gift. The chief of these, from Mr. William Lorlng Andrew, of New York, comprl c (In addition to two fifteenth century manuscript) thirty-two volume which well Illustrate the first century of the art of printing, containing specimens of the early German, Italian, French and Eniilish printers. Of the manuscripts one contain the first ten books of Llvy, ihe oltn-r a 111 of Carlo Zeno, admiral of Venice, written by hi grandson In 1458. and dedicated to Fope Tlus II., having his family arm (thcPlccolomt nl), with other decorations, on the first page, and his name In gold letters at the head of each chapter. Both manu scripts are on the purest vellum, beau tifully written and in a perfct state of preservation. Of printed books, the Bible printed oy Fust & Schoeffer in H62 (the third In order of date) Is represented by a sin gle leaf only; but from 1470 on there Is a goodly scries, e. g. one volume (con taining three separate works) of 1470; two of 1471; three of 1472; two or Hi.. etc. Among them and the most valuable of all is Hlgden's Polycronlon, printed by Caxton in 1482; Lorenzo Valla "De llnguao latlnae elegantla," Venice 1472, and Pliny, Naturalis hlstoria, enice, 1472, both printed by Nicholas Jenson, and the latter considered his master piece; Justinian Novellae Constltu- tlones, printed by Sehoerrer at Mainz in 1477; the first edition of Aesop's fables, 1480; the Ordinary of Crysten men, printed by Wynkyn de W'orde, at Lon don In 1506. and a fine series of Aldlne editions, nine In number. The books are without exception In fine condition, some of them in fine bindings, and some of them have fine Initials in gold and colors. Except the Caxton, which has been In Mr. Andrews' possession for twenty- five years, they are mostly bought at the sales of the Thorold library, of Sys- ton Park, in 1884, and the Woodhull li brary In 1886. The cost of the books to Mr. Andrews, as appears from prices noted In the books, was not far from three thousand dolllars, and the present value, It may be safely assumed, would be considerably more than that sum. The following are other books given by Mr. Andrews in the collection: IntrationumLIber, printed in London in 1510 by Richard Pynson; Das Vater Boeck, a Dutch version of S. Jerome's Vitae Patrum, printed by Zwolle in 1490, with xylographlc illustration, by Peter Van Os; a manuscript fac-Blmile of the first work printed by Aldus Manutius (at Venice in 1494), being a copy in Lat in and Greek of Musaeus De Herone et Leandro, with illustrations; the earliest printed edition of the Greek text of Plu tarch's Morals, printed at Venice in 1509 by Aldus Manutius and his father- in-law, Andrea d' Asola;Llbri de re rustica by Cato, Varro, Columella, etc., printed in Venice in 1614 by Aldus Ma nutius and his fatherrln-law, Andrea d' Asola, and bound in the Grolier style; a Llvy edited by Carlo Sigonio, printed at Venice in 1572 at the1 Aldine Press; Isidore of Seville, Liber Etymol- ogiarum, the earliest printed edition, printed at Strasburg by Johann Men- telin about 1470-73. A valuable supplement to the above mentioned gift has been received from Prof. James M. Hoppin, of the Yale School of Fine Arts, consisting of thir teen folio volumes, selected by him from a large collection of duplicates be longing to the old Carmelite library at Bambarg, Bavaria, In 1846. They were printed between 1474 and 1506, and in clude among others, Calderlnus, Reper- torium juris, 1474, a Vulgate translation of the Bible, printed at Nuremberg in 1477 by Anton Koburzer, Dionystus Cato, Ethlca, Augsburg, 1475; Chrysos tom, Homolles on St. Matthew, printed at Strasburg about 1466 by Johann Men tellon. The books are well preserved as to text and are in the original bindings, rough, but none the less interesting on that account. Mr. Edward Bement, of New York, in past years a benefactor of the library, has given a rare and interesting series of editions of Richard de Bury's Philo biblon, comprising the first edition, Co logne, 1473; the second series, 1483; the fourth, Oxford, 1599, and five later edi tions. The first two editions are of great variety and are also in costly bindings. Among other interesting old books which have been at the library a longer time are: St. Augustine's "Liber de singularitate clericorum," printed at Mainz in 1467 by Ulrich Bell; a manu script copy of the laws of Yale college, 1727, the first page of which reads as follows: "Orders and appointments to be observed in the Collegiate School of Connecticut. Chap: I: Such as are admitted students in ye college shall in their examination in order thereunto be found expert In both Greek and Latin grammar, as also resolving both Greek and Latin authors and making good and true lattin. Chap: 2: Every student shall exercise himself in read ing Holy Scripture by himself every day yt ye Word of Christ may dwell in him truly and yt he may be filled with the knowledge of the will of God in all wisdom and spiritual understanding. ThlB is also a- note-book filled with notes made by AJbram Plerson, first reotor of Yale, while a student at Har vard In 1667; a diploma presented at the first commencement' of Yale college in 1702, and. which was given to Stephen Buckingham; manuscript sermons of Rev. John Davenport, the first pastor of New Haven, in 1638; the signature of Elder Brewster, the Plymouth Pilgrim, on a "Commentaria Practlcain totam historian Evangelican, ex quattuor Bvangellstea harmotilce clricinriatam;" a miniature likeness of Major Andre seated at a table, and drawn by him self with a pen on the day fixed for his execution; a picture of the original "Yale college,"- which was erected 1717-18 and stood on the site of Osborn Hall; a view of the college buildings June 26, ' 1786, which then comprised only South Middle and the Old Athe neum which wa torn down last year, and which at that time was used for a chapel; also a view of the college build ings in 1807; When South college, Lyce- Ju a&d tfrtcUi Middle bad been added. WAiuxoraxD. Had a Close Call-Assault Cae Baseball The Oarsmen General . Hew of the Town. . John Tlerney, switchman at the; de pot, hud a very close call at this itation Saturday afternoon. While throwing at witch he wa struck by a freight car that wa being "taked in" and waa thrown nearly under the wheel of one of the car. Three ft hi rib. were broken and he wa somewhat bruised. Dr. Wilson attended and hi patient will have to lay up for about four week. The case of W. B. Wallace for assault upon hi wife occupied the attention of Judge Porter a larger part of Satur day. The case wa a peculiar one and ome of the testimony wa rather racy and brought out the fact that Mr. Wallace ha Instituted proceeding for a divorce and that Judge Hubbard la her counsel. Judge Fowler acted as proee cutlng attorney and H. F. Hall appear ed as counsel for Wallace. There were ome lively tilt between the counsel and Mrs. Wallace proved an interesting witness and one that knew what she was testifying to. Judge Porter reserv ed his decision until Tuesday at 3 o'clock p. m. The game of ball betweeen the Wal llngfords and the N. Y., N. H. & H. rail road nine proved to be one of the most Interesting and closely contested games of the season and wa won by the New Haven ball tosser by a score of 4 to 3. The game proved a battle between the pitcher. Wlnchell, who has played on the New Haven pro fessionals, was In the box for the visit ors, and the old reliable Casey and Gardner were the home team' battery. The game was won In the last inning by a dropped fly ball by White when two men were out and the score was 3 to 2 In favor of the home team. The fly ball was an easy one to second base, and White was under it and waiting when the ball struck square In hi hands and dropped to the ground. Two runs were afterward scored on an error of Gardner's, who failed to catch the third strike and could not see where to throw to first base on account of the crowding of the spectators on to the base lines. Casey struck out thirteen and Wlnchell four. The Walllngfords excelled at the bat, George Gardner making a fine showing with two singles and a three-bagger. Frank Taylor um pired satisfactorily. Wallingford oarsmen made a good showing at the HarioVer races Satur day. Webb and Barnes took first prize and Glahn and Cook second. Lane and Brogden had bad luck and failed to win their heat. Hall and Pag were also out of the race for the same reason. A number of the youths up town have utilized the Mike Toohy shanty on the Long hill for a club house and meet quite often and "cut a watermelon" and have what they call a glorious old time. T. H. Hieneman has gone back to his former position as clerk at Burr's hctel in Center street. Warden Treat is the authority for the statement that the electric car will be running on Center street befdfe Satur day. F. J. Hall, who was taken 111 In Port chester, is on the improve sfnd is now able to sit up and have his (clothes on for a while every day. Miss Ella Stearnes of Willlmantic is the guest of Miss Edith L. Turner of Hall avenue. The Ramblers' Cycle club has decided to have a meet September 1 and has ap pointed as committee of arrangements John Clulee, J. R. Cottrell, W. L, Ingra ham, J. F. Hines and H. L. Hirohs. W. A. Morse returned Saturday from a month's visit to Bayport, L. I. Rev. J. J. Blair begins his vacation this week and goes to Boston and Free- port, Me. " One of Kate Hennessy's twins died Saturday morning. William Gunnee of Athol, Mass.,. is the guest of his brother, Charles Gun nee. The Hall & Elton Co. and H. L. Judd Co. works start up this morning. Saturday was a scorcher and the mer cury registered 96. A refreshing shower passed up from the south in the after noon, but skipped this place as usual. The condition of Miss Mildred Barber on Saturday was considered extremely critical. L. M. Phelps starts this morning for his annual vacation in Vermont. 1 Champion Shark Catcher. Frank C. Parsons of this city while on his vacation at Sachem's Head caught two sharks, one measuring 5V4 feet and the other 6 feet. The latter weighed 150 pounds. Mr. Parsons made an attempt to save the jawbone of the larger shark for future reference as a trophy.but the effort failed to material ize. "Take Off Your Flesh and Sit In Your Bones" is a way to be comfortable in Summer, said a wit. Would re lieve you, too; of all Summer ail ments. Cannot do the impossible though. ',) v The mecury gives an. addi tional jump now and then. You acknowledge its power by your physical exhaustion- or, rather did for now ; " 'Johann Hoff's Malt Extract i is always with your bag en route- on your table, at home, sea Shore or in the mountains. , -f Why ? Because it counteracts ' all the effects of hot weather. . Aids di gestion. . Cures wakefulness, in digestion and nervousness also. Beware of imitations. . Look for signature of )' Johann Hoff on neck label. , 1 ) EjStfEP. & MENDELSOirCOf Sol Agents, New York , - , 0 adlNQ TO CARLSBAD 1 Isn't necessary now. Carlsbad coming to you At least,- the health-giving part of it is. Take the Carlsbad Sprndel Salt (the water evaporated and concentrate ed). Best results obtained when out-door exercise can be had. See that the signature of Eisner & Mekdelson Co., Sole Agents, New York," is on every bottle. That makes the genuine imported article the world's natural remedy for gout, dyspep si a, biliousness and stomach, liver and kidney complaints. CLiXTO AOTfH. Clinton.July 2.-Mr. Hubert W.Beach and son Cleveland, of Boston, Mass., are spending the month of August with Mr. Beach's parent, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Buell. Messrs. N. K. Steven, Thoma 'An derson, jr., and Mr. Bhaefer, of New York, who are passing their vacation In town, witnessed some of the naval manoeuvre at, Fisher' Island. Frank Bacon, of Hartford, who Is passing his vacation in town as the guest of hla brother, B. R. Bacon, ha made a handsome catch of a dosen or more large blacklist!, the largest weigh ing about four pounds. Mr. Carpenter, of Hartford, with hi family, ha taken possession of his new cottage at Grove Beach. Mr. Brainard, of Hlgganum, is erect ing a cottage at Hammock Point. Mr. Morgan, of New York, a son of George W. Morgan, and a brother of Miss Maud Morgan, the well-known harpist, sang at the Congregational church this morning. Mr. Morgan possesses a finely modulated baritone voice of great power and expression. Captain W.A. Strickland, whose Witch Hazel factory wa burned to the ground here last spring, will rebuild very shortly, the new plant to be of corrugated steel, fire" proof, and the largest works of the kind in the world. This will be welcome news to our towns-people. Professor Alfred T. Mason, of the Church of the Unity, of Springfield, Mass., who gave such a charming organ recital at the Congregational church last summer, will give another at the same place some time the coming month. He has passed the last few seasons at Grove Beach, where he will' be again in August, Recent comers at the Bacon House are: W. G. Kinlock, New Britain: A. M. Wright, Centerbrook; Mr. and Mr. W. T. Crosby, Topeka, Kan.; Mrs. J. E. Woodruff, Charles A. Blake, Mrs. Blake, J, H. Root, Mr. arid Mrs. M. M. Johnson and: children, and Mollle L. Banks, Hartford; L. C. Wilklns, Port land; F. C. Flske, 'Wow--York; E. C. Lemcke, St. Louis, Mp, . yjgiF bavxx rs't nAMToiin, j To-Day's Ball Game at Savin Book. The New Haven teap again defeated the strong Bridgeport team at the latter city on Saturday by a score of 8 to 6. To-day the local team will cross bats with the Hartford team at the Savin. Rock grounds in the first of a series of nine games for the championship of the state. The; game willj'b palled at 8:45 o'clock and a close contest is expected, as Sedgwick and Sullivan will 'be the. battery for the home jjjbarl, " ' ' Death of Officer Doody's Daughter. Mary J. Doody, the eighteen-year-old daughter of Patrolmao Michael Doody, died at her father's residence on Clay street Saturday morning after a short Illness from lung troubles. The funeral will take place from S. Francis" church this morning at 9 o'clock. Change Of Water Food and Ciimate The Cause Of flany Serious i illnesses .Which may b6 Prevented ,i By a Timely V Dose of Sanford's Ginger v, Containing among It ingredient tk : n f est of medicinal French brandy and tbi wrt of imported ginger, it is vastly superior to the cheap, worthiest, and often danger S gingers urged as substitutes. Ask for SANFORD'S GINGER and kkk for owl trade-mark on the wrapper. Bold "everywhere. . r Potter Dsoq & Che. Cost., Barton- " ;:" WARM WEATHER TO TALE TO YOIT -rt . .. . . it ' '' 1 "'' - - j -rut mat spur pusiness ana we havf to do it. ' , ; We close the eisGn'sbusmess with ' thef; largest amount of sales ever recorded by us. Our policy of good value at low prices is wnat has dcyie the business July ist we inventory. Previous to that time we offer t)ur entire stock of Housefur nishing Goods at such low values that they, cannot fail to tempt you. Come - and get acquainted with our goods and prices. As an illustration J 5-piece; . parlor uite, covered in Silk Brocatelle, for f $i 7.30frdrt that up to $150. - Parlor Suites manufactured right, on the premises in bur own factory. You save all intermediate profits. Parlor Furniture , reuphol" stered and re-covered 'in the best possible manner by skilled workmen. - .1 '"'' !,. J.', , (i ' , Jt , . , H. BAZmqTpOHG & CO., 68-97 OrsLQse Street &a4780.Clial Street y jnr hivek postoffice. . OM1CI! Bonw-April 1 to KovenMr L T Ol a. m. Ul D p, m. November 1 to April L , 'ft - u. ... . .A A J a . .. . " Vwiilbule open for the aoenmrnodattoo of me Buiowe or iocs Doxm any ana night. Arrival and Departure of Malta. Now York -Open tflO. :M a. ra.. If (D m 100, 4J0, 1. tHA p. fn. Clue :. eXJ, In u, l ;00 , m..l) . iKM,jn, jio, fcou, tVitW dally. ln cludliiK Hundaya), UM p, to. New York Railroad Way-Open ( 39, U:00 a. m.. 43, IM p. m. Quae J0, MQ a, mnMI p. m, . . Baltimore," Washington, 'Philadelphia and Southern fttates Open Tfl), tka). ll:U a. m. (lose M e.OO a. m.. If 30, tM,iM, (T;00 dally, Including BuudMyi), il:(Hl p, m. Oilcnvn end Weeiern Slate Open 1 00, V) a. m.,8 uo. 0:J p. in. Cluee au, v.uo a. in., i Jf 5fl0,(TK dully. Including Sundays), 1100 p. m, A limn y and Northern New York Open 1M. 10-JOa. m.. OHM. 7:00. 10(10 p. m. Clo Vol). t:00 . m U;M, 00, .O0. T.'OJ. 11:00 p. m. flprtngflcld llnllrnad Way Open 10:10 a. m., lAln. in. Close t JO, 10:14 a. in., U:14, ), 6:00, HrtWp.m. . fVietoo-Open t:00 a. m., 1:00, O0, 4-80, T OO, 1000 p. 111. Close 7:00, 10:15, 11:00 a, m.. 12:16, HJ0.i:U, 4.00, 11:00 p. m. New Hampshire and Vermont Open TOO. 10:30. m., 3:00 4:00, 10:00 p. m. Clote VoO, 10:11 ,m.,:00.ll;00p.m. RprlngAold-Open TH 10 30 'a. m., 8:00, 4:30, 10Kt) p. m. Close 1:00, 10:1 a. raM IMS, JO. 6:00, 1flOp.m. , Hartford-Open T:00, 9:30. 10:30a. m 1:00. 800, 7:00, , 1000 n. in. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m., U:UL 2:30, 6:00, 8:16, 11:00 p. m., (12:00 m. Sundays). Merlden-Opeo T:t, 10:30a.m.. 100, 300, T:00, S .30 p. m. Cln 7:00, 10:16 a. m 12:15. 11:80, 6.-00, 11:00 p. m (12:00 p. m. Sundays). New Britain Open TKO, 10:30 a. ra., 8:00, 8:80, 10:00, 11:00 p. m. Cloae 7:00, 10:16 a. m., 2:30, 11:00 p.m. 1 Walllnrford Open 10:80 a.m., 8:00, tM p. m, Hose 6-30,7:60. 10:16 a. m 2:30, 6:00 p. m. Wllllmantio-Onen 7:00, 10:30 a. m., 3 00. 1000 p. m. Close 7.-00. 10:16 a. m 12:16,8:96, 11:00 p.m. Kensington Open 10:00 a. m., 3.00 p.m. Close ".-00 a.m., 2:30 p.m. North Haven Open 10:30 a. m., ZM p. m. Close 7:00, 10O6 a. m., 2:30, ftjBP, llOO p. m. Bridgeport Open 7:00, tm. 12:00 a. m., 2:30. 4:30. 7:00, 0:00 p. m. Chfte 6:30 8:00, 11:00 a. m, ax, 200, 6O0, 100, 11:00 p. m. New London Open 7O0, 10:30 . m 3:80, 7:00, 10O0 p. m. Close 7O0, 10:16 a. m., 2:00, 4:30, 11.00 p. m. New London Railroad Way Open 10 JO a. m., 3:30, 10:00 p. m. Close 7.00, 10:16 a. m., 4:80 p. m. Branmrd, Guilford Open 10:30 a. m., 3:30, 10O0 p. m. Dose 7:00, 10:16 a. m., 4:30, 11O0 p.m. 'Norwich and Eastern Connecticut Open 7:00, 10:00 a. ni;, 3:30, 7:00, 8:30 p. m. Close 7:00, 11O0 a.m., 2:00, 4:X, 11:00 p. m. Providence and Rhode Island Open 7:00. 10:30 a. in., 8:30. 7:00. 10:00 p. m. Close 7:00, 11:00 a. m., 12:16, 2:00, 11:00 p. m. Newport, R. 1. Open 7:00 a. m., 3:30, 700 p.m. Close 7:00, 11:00 a. ra., 2:00, 11:00 p. m. New Haven and Northampton Way Open 3:00, 10:00 p.m. Close 8:00 a. m., 3:00 p. m. Colllnsvlllo, Plantuvtlle, Unlonville, Bouth Ingion and Now Hartford Open 10M a. m.. I:, 600, 10O0 p. m. Cloae 6:00, 10:16 a. m., 3:00, 5:00 p. m. Naugatuck Bail road Way Open 10:30 a. m., 300p.m. Close 9:00 a.m., 5:00 p.m. Waterbury Open 7:00, 10:30 a. m., 1:00, 3:30, 4:00, 10O0 p. m. Close 6:00, 9O0, 10:16 a. m., 1:30, 5O0,ll:00p.m. 1 Birmingham Open 10:30 a. m.,3:00. 6:00, 3:00 p. m. Close 6O0, 9O0. 11:00 a. in., 1:30, 600 p. lit. Seymour Open 10:30 a. m., 8O0 p. m. Clot? 6:00, 9.00 a. m.,S:0O p. m. Orange Open 100 a. m 8:00 p. m. Clos? 9:00 a.m., 5:00 p.m. Housatonlc Railroad Way Open 3O0, 10O0 p. m. Close 9:00 a. m., 8:55 p. m. Connecticut Valley Road Way Open 10:30 a m USD, 6.00 p. m. Close 6O0 a. m., 2:00, 11:0.' P.m. Air Line Raflread Wky Open 3100, -lOOOp. m. Close 7:00 a, m., BM5, 3:65 p. m. Durham, Cllntonvllle and Northford Open 10:30a.m., 10O0 p.m. CloseTOOa. m. &O0p. pi. Mlddletown Open 7:00, 10:30 a. m.. 3:00, 7O0, 8:00, 9:30 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 12:16, 2:08, 6:00, 11O0 p.m. : , Danbury Open 7:00, 12:00 a.m., 3:30, 8:00 p.m. Cloee60, 000,10:15 a. m, 2,00, 8:30, 11:00 p. m. Milford-Qpen 9:30, 12:08 a. m., 3:30, 1000 p. njj. Close 5:30, 9i(0, 11:00 a. ., 2:00, 6O0f.in.v- - Colchester Open 8O0, 10:00 p. m. Close 7:00 a. m., 5O0 p.m. . West Haven Open 9:30 a. rn 1O0, 1:30, 7:80 p.m. Close 5:30 a.m., 12:30, 6:00 p.m. . Branch Office Open 9:15. 12:00 a. 'm 600,9:30 p.m. Close 7,00, 9:15, 11:08a.m., 4:50 p.m. . Westville Open 9:16 a. m 1O0, "9:30 p. m. Close 7:00, 11:00 a au, 4:50 v'. m. North Bran ford and North Guilford Open 12-.00a. rn. Close 12:30 p.-m. Foreign Open at 7:00 a. m., 300, 4:80,7:00 p. m. Cloae 6:36, 9:00, 11O0 a. m., 12:30, 3:00, 3:56, 7:00,llO(rp.m. Carriers' letters can be obtained In the even ing between 7:00 and 8:0C o'clock at the carri ers' window Sundays 12:00 to 1:00 p. m. The letters In the boxes at the depot will be collected bv the local event five minutes be fore the departure of all mail trains. Money Sent Without Danger of Loss. Honey orders and registered letter windows open from 8:00 a. m. until 7:00 p. m. Money orders can be obtained at this office upon any money order postorBce in the United States, Germany, Great Britain, Switzerland, Canada, Italy, Portugal and India. The fees on orders in the United States are: Orders for $5 or less, Ave cents; over $5 and not exceeding $10, eight cents; over $10 and not exoeedlnK $15, ten cents; over $15 and not exceeding $30, fifteen cents; over $30 and not exoeeding 40, twenty cents; over $40 and not exceeding 80O, twenty-five cents; over $60 and not exoeeding $60, thirty cents; over $110 and not exceeding $70, thirty-five cents; over $70 and not exceeding $80, forty cents; over $8C and not exceeding $100, forty-five cents. "Requeskto return" will be printed across the end of stamped envelopesfurnished by the postoffice department, without additional cost, where such are ordered in lots of not less than 500. ' No f motions of cents should be Introduced in an order. To facilitate the free delivery system letters should be plainly addressed to street and hum ber. FRANCIS Q. BEACH. Postmaster. ATTRACTIVE SELECTION 1 . OP SUMMER MILLINERY. BtncUomel? Trimmed Bonnet and Bound ,; Hto IT QBSATLY EEDrJOKD PBICE3. Hiss A. V Byrnes, 1138 Chapel Street, ' t Beeond door aboT Tork atrwt. 1 ABOUT -4 . VAVJ. XilLl . . I New York, Tew Haven and . Hartford H. It. TB AINU LEAVE NEW HAVEN AS FOLLOWS FOB NKW YOHK-4:30, .HM, ItM, TJO, ts.10, 8 JO, -VflJ, tUJ0 a. m., U:00,U,'1JO (parlor ear Umltodl. MJ, 1:4, :), 8.-do, 30, flli, IJO, '4:30, 6-JS, ,1:I0, tilO, tf.lt Bridgeport aftoommodatloa). - ,10. H4 p. m. BoDAY-NJ0, UM, 0.-U0 a. m ItM, 1t.lt. 1:10, tM, :U. 1:K)p.m. FOB WASHINGTON TM HARLEM RIVER -U:10 a. m. (dally). '1:10 p. m. rUH BOSTON VIA BPtUNQFIELD-'liU 10:10, '11:06 a. m.. 1M, 'tM p. m. BukdaT l:0(nlirbt). 11:6s p. m. rOR BOHTON TIA MEW LONDON AND PUOVIDENCB-U, tM, '11:84 (parlor oar Umltad.mnM0o,g:a,4:15, 4:U and tM p. m. StlNOAM-1:13, S:30 a. m., 85 p. m. rOH BOSTON VIA AIK LINE AND N, I. N. B. R. R.-4:ST p. m. Sundays 4:ff7 p. m. roit HEIUDEN, HARTFORD, 8PRINO. FIELD, Eto.-"1J0 (nlht), 6.-40. 8:00, 110:10, 10:40 (While Mountaln-tlrst (top Hartford. UKH a. m UM, '15, 3;10,5:00, '6:62, (9:14 to Hartford), 8K. 10K p. m. 8UNOAr-'ld0 (nivbt), 'tM, 8:25 (aooomodatlon) p.m. New London Division. FOR NEW LONDON. Era-"2:13 (nliiht). nt-ht),7:50,:;J0, 11:04, '115 (parlor oar limit, ed), a. m 'lifii, "ZM, 3M, '4:14, '4:44, 5:15, 8:15. 4:55, ((KM p. m. Guilford aooommodation). Bumdat-S:13 (night), SJ0 (nlvht), 6:44 p. m. Air Line Dlvtaton. FOR KIDDLETOWN. WILLIMANTIO, Bto. 809 a. mM 1J4, '4:57, 0:10 p. m. Bundat 4:57 p. m. Connecting- at Mlddletown with Valley Division and at Willlmaatlo with N. Y. N. B. and N. L. N. B. K.; at TurnirvlUe with Oolchoeter branch. Northampton Division. FOR 8HELBURNE FALLS, TURNER'S FALLS, WILLIAMSBURG, HOLYOKB AND NEW HARTFORD, and Intermediate station 7:45, 11:04 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. FOB NORTHAMPTON, WILLIAMSBURG and point this side At 5:55 jp. m. Berkshire Division. FOR DERBY JUNCTION 438 p. m. FOR DERBY JUNCTION, BIRMINGHAM, ANSO- NIA.ETO.-7d0, 9:40 a. m., 15:00, 2:37, 4:28, 5:30 , 7J5, 11:15 p.-m. 6D!CDAY8-8:10 o, m 8:30 p. m FOR WATERBURY 7:00, 8:00 (via Nauga- tuck Junction), 0:40 a. m., 12:00, 2:27, 6:30, 7:35 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m. FOR WINSTED 7:00, 0:40 a. m., : 27, 5d0 p.m Sundays 8:10 a. m. FOR 8HELTON, BOT8FORD, NEWTOWN, DANBURY, PITTSFIELD, STATE LINE 0:40 a. m., 4:28 p. m. FOR ALBANY. BUFFALO, DETROIT, CIN CINNATI, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND THE WEST-vta State Line 9:40 a. m., 4:28 p. m. FOR LITCHFIELD and point on 8., L. & N. R. R. (via HawleyvlUe) 0:40 a. m 4:28 p. m. Express Train, t Local Express. C. T. HEMPSTEAD, Gen. Passenger Agt. STARIN'S NEW HAVEN TRANS PORTATION XINE. Every Day Except Saturday, Leave New Haven fromStarln'a Tlniir fnnt nf Dwn atenat at .0:15 o'clock d. m. The JOHN IT. STAH1N. Captain McAlister, every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The WM. C. EGERTON, Cap tain epoor, . every monaay, weaoesaay ana Friday. ReturnlnK, leave NawYork from Pier 18, N. H-, foot of Courtlandt street, at 0 p. m.; the Stann every Monday, Wednesday and Fri day; the COrniag- every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Fare, with berth in cabin, 75c; staterooms 1.00. Excursion Tickets $i.3o. Tickets and staterooms can be purchased of John M. Lines, Jr., 851 Chapel street: of Peak & Bishop, 702 Chapel street, John Morse, 09 Center street, and at the TontineHoteL Excursion aar.es tor uien isiana are now open. rree etage leaves toe aepox on arnvai oi Hartford train, and from oorner Church and Chapel streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 o'clock p. m. ' u. M. jfiBHiSK, Agent, wew Haven, uonn. New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHARD PECK, Leaves New Haven (Belle Dock) daily,-12:89 night. New York (Pier 25 East River) 3 p. m., (except Sunday,) 10:30 a. m. C. H. NORTHAM, New Haven, dally. 10:30 a. in., New York 11:30 p. m., Saturday and Sunday IS p. m. Fare (1.00. Excursion fl.60. Staterooms and tickets for sale at Peck & Bishop's 702 Chapel street, and at Mix's drug store. Through rates given and bills of lading Is 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. EDW. C. LeBOUHGEOIS, Agent. ANCHOR LINE. United State Mall Steamships Sail from New York every Saturday FOB GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY. Rates for Saloon Passage, . By S. S. CITY OF KOMK, 450 and upward. Other Steamers, Cabin, 4M5 and upward, ac cording to accommodation and location of room. Excursion Tickets at reduced rates : Center Second Cabin, $80. Steerage, Out ward, SiS ; Prepaid 4)15. Drafts at Lowest Current Rates. For Book of Tours and other Information. apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, 7 Bowling Green, N. Y.;or John M. Line, Jr., P51 Chapel street, or Wm. Fltzpatrlck, 007 Grand avenue, or M. B. Newton ft Co., -80 Orange street. New Haven. .... jy28 8m and Other Diseases ; of tht Kidneys, Bladder and Stomaon Cured. . Information Free which will Astound and Convince tbe Most sKepncat. No stamp necessary for Information. Address ... REV. DR. Ii. E. HALL, Pastor Firta Baptist Church, - , , . Hattlesburg, Albs. P. O. BOX No. 709, New Orleans, La. name paper. .: . jysom STEAM CARPET CLEANING. . FACTORY, ' . ' lea. ISO and 1SS Water Street. Conn. Steam Carpet Cleaning Co., P. O. Box 87$. Grter by mail will reoeive prompt attention.. -. . ':' . "SsfrRfSeenLTSuateToTrTr July 2Bth. 1894. f ESTATE of EUGENE Bv SMITH, of New Haven, In said district, assignfhg debtor. The trustee represents the estate Insolvent, and prays the appointment of commissioners thereon-' ' ' .. ORDERED That eommlsslonera to reeefve and nTamtne the otalma -Of the crertltnra nt said estate be appointed at a Court of Probate to be held at New Haven, within and for the district of New Haven, on the d day of An- m.-. laU a hm aMm.1, hMMrin all persons la interest will take notice and ap pear, if they see eav4and oenehrd -thereon ity ine VDUtu givxjaa si VAUMj&n&n, 22 alns , Trains ArrlTe tt Kew Haven. Ifonj New Tort 1:10s, '1:00s. T:40a, :45a, 1:65a, 10:06x, 10:64x,ll:00x, 11:10X4 ll:6Sx a. m.; 13:50a noon; l:00x, 1:60s, 1:00a, l:60x, 4:60s. E:35a, t:45s, ;40 . :(0s, 7:40", :00x, 9:60a, 10:60a p. m.J 12:26a ml4nlht Sunday 1:10s, 1:05s, :45a. 10.20 4W m.; 4:60s, 6:46s, tOs, :2op.jn. from Philadelphia, Baltimore anJ Washington, without change 2:15 a. m. 4:10s p. m- Sunday 1:16s a. m. From Boston. Wlllimantlo and Middle town. 1:21a, TtiZx, ;00 p. m. Bun day 7.-02S p. m. From Boston, vl Worcester and Springfield. 4:20s, 11:60a a. m.; 17s, 3:16a, l:24s, 6S)6a. 8:04s. 8:65a p. m, Sunday, 4:20s a. m.; I:04z p, m. From Boaton. Providence and Net London. 4:46s, U:66a a. m.; 1:06s, l:26x, 1:26s, 6:26s, 7:00a. 7 :43a, 0:06s, 11:67s p. m. Sunday, 4:16s, t:06x a, m.j 7:43a, 7:67s p. m. , From Bridgeport. 1:10s, 2:06s, 1:16s, :36a, 7:40a. 8:16a, 0:65a, 10:06s. 10:45s, 11:00s, ll:66x a. m.; 12:50a noon; 1:00s, 2:60x, 3:00a. 8:60s, 4:10s, 4:60s, 6:26a, :10a, :40, 6:60x. 7:40. 8:00s, :60a, 10:60a p. ra.; 12:26a, midnight Sun day, 1:10s, 2:06s. l:15x, 8:46a, 10:20 a, m.S 4JWs, 6:60s. 8:20 p. m. From Stratford, Naugatuck Junction, Milford, Woodmont, West Haven and Way Statlona from New York. 7:40, 8:45, 9:55 a. m.; 12:60 noon, 3:00, 6:35, :40, 7:40, 9:50, 10:50 p. m.; 12:26. (Don't atop at Naugatuclc Junction, Woodmont or West Haven) midnight. Sunday, 8:45, 10:20 a. m.; 8:20" p. m. From Mertden, Hartford and Spring, field. 4:20s, 7:65a, 8:20a, 9:30s, 11:601 a. m.; 1:27s, 2:15a, 3:24s. 6:05a, 6:45a, 8:04x, 8:55a, 11:20a p. m. Sunday, 4:20s, 9:60a a. m.; 8:04x p. m. From New Britain, Berlin, Merlden, Wallingford and Way Station from Springfield. 7:65. 9:20, 11:60 a. m.J 2:16, 6:06, 6:46, 8:66, 11:20 p. m. Sunday, 9:60 a. m. , From Nlantlc, Saybrook Junction, Clin, ton, Madison, Guilford, Stony Creek, Brniiford, East Haven and Way Sta tions from New London. 7:40, 9:28, 11:65 a. m. 2:17, 6:02, 7:43-p. nt, Sun day, 7:43 p. m: ; From Way Stations from Providence. 11:55 a. m.;. 7:43 p. m. Sunday, 7:4 p..m. , From Turnervllle, Portland, Northford, Montowese and all Way Station) from Mlddletown and Willlmantic, 8:00 a. m.; 1:21, 9:00 p. m. Sunday, 7:02x p. m. "Stop at Mlddletown and Willlmantic only. ' From Northampton, Westfleld, Chesh ire, Mt Carmel and Way Station from Northampton. 9:22. a. ni; 1:28, 4:00, 8:00 p. m. ' ' ' From Shelton, Bottsford, Hawleyvllle, New Milford, Danbury, PlttSfleld, Al4 bany, N. Y., the West and all Way, Stations from Plttafleld. 11:00 a, m. 8:00 p. m. Sunday, 8:20 p. m. . x From Derby, Birmingham and Anso nia. 7:16, 9:26, 11:00, 11:59 a. m., 2:44, 4:43, 7:10 p. m. Sunday; 7:45 a. m4 6:32, p. m. r. From Litchfield yla Bridgeport 11:04 a. m.i 6:10 p. m .Sunday, 8:20 p. m. From Seymour, Naugatuck and Water, bury. 76, 9:25, 11:59 a. m., 2:42. 4:43. . ' 6:10, 7:10 p. m. Sunday, 5:32 p. ta.r Frdm Winited. 9:25, vll:59'a.: m. 4:43, 7:10 p. m. Sunday, 8:82. x Express,, a Aocomrhodatlon. Lo. cal Express. Accommodation first part of -the way. - THE ELM CITY PRIVATE DISPENSARY. Old Reliable Expert Bpeciallsta,, . 28 Years' Experience, In Nervous Diseases, Blood and Skin Affoe. tions, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, and all Private Diseases of Men and Women . WE ABB SDCCB8SFUL SPECIALISTS, Permanently looated In this city. By special study and special work we keep In advance, and lead in the successful treat, ment of Sexual Debility, Weakness, Despond, ency. Lost Power, all effects of Excesses and. Abuses, Syphilis, and aU diseases of the irenita urinary organs. JUJNuijTATiuni mum. lir'Offloe at Boom 9, Boardman Building, corner Chapel and State streets. , Office Hours: 9 a. m. to U m., I to 5 p. n. evenings 7 to 9. Sundays, 10 to U a. m. Patients treated by mail. Correspondence confidential. n3 . jltaccllaueong. BARLE & SETQ0UR, lidton 4r imerioan and loieign 868 Chapel Street, , Mm Haven, Oouu .. L. W. ROBINSON, ARCHITECT, , . - Kemored to -1 ... No. 790 CHAPEL STREET. ' TflOZZONI'S !) COMPLEXION flmpana a brtHant traatpanooT to tM sua, 1 nimiill iiiiil fislin il)nilisllMia . Patents liQVJQER. r A'