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NEW 1TAVEN MORNING J OURNAL AND COUKIER, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 1894
Si A I y , it.-,. v a on tii have. August 8.-Aogut la here, with the prospect ot anelhrr dry imni!i. A few rtps of rnln on Sunday wuithcd some ft the duet frem the ftlitiR. hut there MS not enough to freshen vegetables. Uesstowese en to Ic favored In thai respect, a perrer-UMo difference be tween thrre mid the center. They huve ad copious showers tho nkt two Hun ay The O. r. A. M pnve nn Ire cream nnd Ctke serial on Monday evening. Dane IB wn In order. Mrs. (Illmore, who occupies rooms eit Mr. Joel nausea's .reiunieil yt-M.-rday from u rlant out lug nt t'uwy H'"cli. ftfin, .llu VIIi-h uml her ditut'liUT fere visiting Tl. T. Mlinli y. Tho lleaiou family Is at Governor Jul nd. , Norlh Hnwn town odlrlnlH were In- vit d to Mi-rbl.- i M'nliwmlny, AuRust 1 An wIIiicsh the I .use Lull Kiimn between llif town officials it Mi-rldcn mid Wn terbnry. The town clerk accepted the Invitation tinl went alone. The vlHltors crrc ni en ft uupper at Clark's hotel. Pomona prunse will picnic at Lake tVltonstnll on Thursday, Auust 9. A new Mono lrldi;c Is being hullt irvt-r the tirofll; nciir the resilience ot It. T. Llntflcy. The work Is being done by Mr. llrnec. Joshua a. Bailey, aged ninety-two j ears and nine months, died at his home cm Wednesday, August 1. ISM- Mr. IJal ley was horn In Kngland. hut r.-iine to this renntry many years ago. lie was a member of fit. John's church. The fu newl will tfcc place on Friday, AiiBUst n. Mr. Bailey haves one ton, Samuel JJalley. V, O. Pllles and r. II. Stiles drove to the shore on 'Wednesday. Robert Ooodycar ha returned from a .feasant outing at Coscy Jlc.ich. He vt s the Bet of H. V. Smith's family. Grace Knox of Hartford is the finest ef Mrs. W. '. 1-,1-ti; and takes the op portunity to call on her young girl friends. She 1inds them all glad to ace ber. Fire from the enrs hurncd grass and fence for several land owners at the center on Wednesday and made much Trouble, Jetting the cows out on the rail road and creating considerable exclto bientfor a time. A party from the center drove to Cosey Beach this morning on a visit to JH. 1'. Smith's family. ' Mall Facilities at t'arap. Tho mail facilities nt Camp Bradley this year will bo the same ns last year, tho mail being delivered on the camp ground by lettw carriers aud collected in the sum wanner. I'OTTXU CCTMT OF Mil-TV RV. JJour Italians Sent to Jail by Judge HotcU klss. ' The trial of tho six Italians for per jury, which has been in progress for several days before Judge Hotchkiss, Bitting as judge of the city court, was toncluded yesterday afternoon. Carmine and Haffaele Cavallarlo and Francesco Laucello were found guilty a.nd sentenced to jail for thirty days. Joseph Dulullo was also found guilty una given a sentence of twenty days Jn jail. The case against Antonio Lau celilo was Jiolled and Viola Marra was discharged. The accused were charged With false swearing In a breach of the peace case in which Carmine Caval larlo was the defendant and Nicholas Acimlo the complainant. It was so ap parent that the witnesses for the de fendent were lying that perjury com plaints were issued aglnst them. a Oaxrm LITTLE LIVER PuTt- rlirUMU-otoWHtliein. Lot iniirh ibih Tftfatoa toctcsh yt ttttftiiM enernlciiniiutin. foc. Ono dallT oirifl In trlfil vials of 2 or 8 lu full she 2x. vtala. At eJSIrCItjiN. J.,tT.S.A. Keitom Ouwtt HBM rmr-4!liy. la ticullnff fco3Hts5Sj i2UsfnT&t)iroat4M(l!lrai9('imtho liSaHK VK MiT6t. bol'' ui rniall or "Tf I City. V. J- "Tl J-TlTTT-r -j fonwlt, anl 1., IU jjiMisThtrTT e. E. B. Wstus. Jrt Cltj. N. J. i:TK KTAISMKST (iiund Optra House. Manager Winnell has achieved a bril liant success In lils week of mid-summer entertainment. U was an experiment and something new, but the result hai fully demonstrated Mr. Bunnell's wis dom and tmgaeliy and his anticipations tliut New lluven would respond to an effort to provide attractive entertain ments even In mid-summer heat. More over, Hie big opera house is rendered delightfully rool by the apparatus pro vided for tho purpose. Another big audience wns present last evening mid highly enjoyed the presentation of "Nell (Jwynne" and tho ortlstlo living pie- ures. Of "Nell Cwynnc" pleasant words should be salil. No thanks to the cup- tlously critical. It has now grown to be but nn operatic memory. There be ing nothing In 1'lnwiuctte'a vivacious scoring to commend It to street whistlers or hand organ it went down down as many nnolher charming musi cal conception, unwept, unhonored and unsung among tho masses. Those, however, who are blessed with a musical soul and who, a half dozen ears ngo. heard Planquotte's ulry opera given by a company uniformly excellent will Insist on the essential ruth of the saying, "the good die omiik." Last night's peformanco, cred itably given by the Wilburs and per- Hps the most mutuality perfect of the light operas they have given here. served as a happpy reminder of a very sweet bit of operatic nonsense. The music In "Nell Gwynne" Is pretty, ven If It but pleasing during the hear- ng. 'J no cnoruKcH, every one oc mem, re snappy, tuneful; the solos are In arlably pretty; in short the entire musical arrangement by Hanquette is raisewortliy. Of the solos the pretti- st is "Only an Orange Girl," admirab ly sung last night. A quartet by Jes samine, Jluckingham, Itochester and Weasel before the "Horn's Inn" In the first act and the sextet, "Work a' Day," in the second were also capltallly given. Every chorus was well given, a fashion of the Wilburs whatever else may be Bald of them. Last night "Nell Gwynne" was given with a good bit of action and It was often quaintly humorous. It was al ways a pretty stage picture and both line and tune seemed to please the thronged house. The costuming was extravagantly pretty throughout. To-night the ever popular "Bohemian Girl" and the living pictures are the attraction. WALLING FORD. At its outdoor concert on the plains this evening the National band, will pre sent tho following program. March "American Oulct" ...B, U. Hall Overture "Nehucbiulneraar" Verdi The Hull of the Hen Coop Knights" luindon Medley "Ye Olden Times" ,...E. Hever hth Adanto and Waltz ..E. Hever S'hottiBeho " Alalmma Cook". Jarhot Oalop "CorouKiU" ..Collins Mrs. A. I. Martin was quite seriously burned about the hands nd face by kerosene oil from a stove yesterday. The fire was low and she used oil to kindle Jt, and the flash burned her, but luckily her clothes did not catch fire. The band's outdoor concert will be on the down town band stand near the depot. The change from, on the hill was on account of lllnesa In Judge Hubbard's family. The rainfall here during July was 1.10 Inches. V.. F. Cook Is at Narragansett Pier. Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Whittlesey are at Newport.. James Norton was before Judge Hub bard yesterday morning charged with The fire was low and she used il to charged as there was little or no evi dence against him. Work on placing the electric poles and wires on Kast Center street was re sumed yesterday. Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co. will shut down to-night until Monday. Miss Lllla Alexander of Omaha Is the guest of Miss Bessie Leavenworth ot Academy street. J. R. Cottrill and Clifford Smith of the Kamblers are entered for the road race In Meriden on Saturday, Marsden Hubbard was not quite as well last evening as In the morning. Two new cases of typhoid fever are reported on Orchard street. H. L. Judd & Co. works will close to night until Monday. Miss H. C. Lane has gone to. New York to remain several weeks, COMMISSXOXEK JOHXSOK'S ISILI. City Financiers Again Refuse to Approve it. The board of finance held its regular monthly meeting yesterday afternoon, Mayor Sargent presided and the follow ing members were present: Aldermen Foley, Keyes and ghanley and Council man Durant. Weekly bills were approved as fol lows: Police $3,271, fire $1,672, health $114, public works $1,926.15. The bills of Officers Hoffman arid McKeon, $12 and $8.15 respectively, for damapes done to i'ftbelr clothes in the melee with Maurice j. iiemy, aiso came up, out were re ferred to the mayor. A bill of $150 for the construction of e. watering trough at the corner of Clinton and Grand ave nues was approved. The bill of Lyman H. Johnson, which has been before the board before, again came up, and the board took the same action in. the matter as it did at Its last meeting refused to approve it. Commissioner Johnson's bill was the means of starting some Interesting talk as to whether or not any member of the city commissions were doing Work for the city. ' Councilman Durant made an asser tion to the effect that there were some commissioners doing -work for the city and that he knew of certain watering carts hired by the local government that were owned by city officials, but were rented to the city under other names or by men engaged by, the com missioners. ' - After the meeting Clerk Bassett, Aud itor Lake, City Clerk Martin, Mayor Bargent, Councilman Durant and sev eral others were standing In a group, when one of them remarked that one commissioner hd four carts at work for tho cits; . , v . YALVAULE XHTATKH i'KOBATHV. tame of TImmo Wlileb ! 'D Admits la l'rolmui. Tho illowlng estttti'S ever 5,000 hsvo been probated In the local court since January 1; James U Wlllnrd, Nw Haven, $25, 0H1.H; Urace K. Ilenhsm, llamden, 110, 9U0.S7; Monica McCarthy, New Haven, I0.3S7.28; Henrietta K. Hooker. New Haven. I6I.WSM5; Harriet K. Hall, New Haven, 17,703,17; Cohen Gallup, New Haven. I7.4SO.KI; Mary Abby lancraft, New Hutch, J6.025.W; Ilyadley C. Ives, New Haven, JS70.842.C7; Kllzabeth W. Davenport, New Haven, JS6.0S2.72; llllaabelh Hiker, New Haven. $7,405.73; John 1. Tuttle, New Haven. 2o3,722.3S; .Maliembl.t Uh-nney, New Haven, 127, twil.77; Kli Warner, llamden, 10.125; lllrum Camp, New lluven, $170,080; Jennctte I Howd, New Haven, $74. MS.bO; Julln Ann Oihlll, New Haven, rit.C4t.A2: Miles V, Munch, New Haven, JG.417.50; Horace II. Strong, New Haven, I.T7.4:'5; Henry H. Dawson, New Haven, $55,135; Kdwnrd I. Hanford, New Haven, !3,D42.62; Stephi n Mix, Orange, $6,821.27; Kllnubelli S. l'ick. New Haven, $30, 340.47; Dnulel Trowbridge, New Haven, 1803,003.33; Jtcbccca O. Heach, New Ha ven $47.43L'.1H; Caroline W. Putnam, llaimleo, $'J0.006.34; Oswln iJooIlttlc, Ilamilen, $.'i,2CC.C0; Charles It. Dowries, llamden, $r,3.189.62; Mary S. Dlck nrman, New Huven, $7,388.70; 101 1 ;. Dlekerman. llamden, $10,023.44; William li. Pardee, New Haven, $ii',- 877.50; Henry W.Ilendrlcks.New Haven, $0,100; Margaret H., New Haven, $17. 094.05; John Hawser, New Haven, $12,- 000; Horace P. Hoadley, New Haven, $30,081.91: Jane Trowbridge.Now Haven, $14,000; Oliver 13. North, $110,704.81; Mar tha C. Duell, New Haven, $0,890.30; Kl Dlekerman, North Haven, $25,077.97; Kzeklel H. Trowbridge, New Haven, $1,701,401.84; John L. Lyon, finw Haven, $9,871.15; lllaudlna M. Pitman. Hamden, $2,188; Adeline L. Andrews, Albany, N. Y., $10,000; Charles II. Heme. New Ha ven, $5,232.02; Francis It. Martin, New Havon, $6,080.23; Sarah E. Benedict, New Haven, $09,401; Leverett G. Hem ingway. Woodbridgc,$7,203.15; Sophronla II. Willis, New Haven, $7,826.04; David Belts, Seymour, $8,000.56; Alexander Foote, New Haven, $6,040.32; Sllah Clark, East Haven, $10,035.30; Thomas C. Hollls, New Haven, $6,221.40; Andrew L. KIdaton, New Haven, $222,451.01; Burt H. Nichols, North Haven, $6,692.28; Enoch H. Somers, Orange, $66,181.50; Susan C. Hopson, New Haven. $22,551. 53; Phil Hradley, Hamden, $12,044.33; Dolly H. Hull, New Haven, $14,162.30; Owen Kennedy, New Haven, $13,068; Caroline Hempstead, New Haven,' $5,623.40; Ade laide II. Hotchkiss, New Haven, $19,159; S. Hlne, Nw Haven, $13,436.08. JlOYCOTTiaa CASE CONTINUED. Kl-Judge W. B. Stoddard to Act u Coun sel for the Defense. The boycotting case against Charles Urunhoefer, who was arrested a week ago for distributing circulars warning people not to deal with Baker Galser of Dlxwell avenue because he was an ene my of organized labor, came, up In the city court yesterday morning and was continued until August 18, at the re quest of counsel for the accused. The Makers' union, which is arrayed against Uaker Galser, are backing Binenhoefer and have retained ex-Judge W. B. Stod dard to assist Attorney Clerkln in de fending the accused. The latter claim that there is no case against the ac cused and they Intend to make a fight in the city court. Ex-Judge Stoddard began his defense by fllirfg a demurrer to the complaint. He sets that the complaint is faulty inasmuch as it sets up two distinct and separate offenses. Further he claims that tho accused is charged with distributing certain cir culars in the public streets and placing them on private property without the owner's consent, and yet the complaint does not Hpecify what streets or the owners of the premises mentioned. The demurrer will be argued when the case comes up on August 18. NO MYSTERY AT ALL In Fuct, tho Gold-fish Did Spill the water. Tf vmi mit. it frnlrl.flftli In a vauqa! flllrvl tn the brim with water, why won't, the water ovorliow ? This question wan omie discussed at length by a learned society. One day a plain, prac tical man made tho crpei.inent. lie found, of course, that the tish, like any othor budy, displaced its weight in water. Thus we sec tue unugcr (it jumping; at conclusions, it has been t uouicht thut a man who takes much onen-alr oxcralse must cat meat mid other solid foods, lint what if his stomach rebels luriiinst tbcm ' .lames C. Collin of Syracuse, N. Y., suf- lerea nu-onieg wuu indigestion ana lost nesn fast. Head what ho savs : " In justice to Pas- kola I will say that I average about five miles of walking dully (Sunday excepted) and eat no meat nor fish of any kind, because 1 do not cravo t horn. Paskola is indeed a food and a royal one, too. 1 Inkc pleasure in recom mending it to my friends." In less than a month, wlillo uslnir Paskola. Mr. Collin gained b pounds. Beside nourish ing the body Itself, Paskola assists lnthedi u-oKtlon of other foods. j. Calvin Barnard of Loudon, N. H., says : " I beiran takintr Paskola January 1. 1SUI. I had been sick seven or olaht weeks and was so row as to oo unanie to ue weignea ; coma nnt. turn mvself in bed alone. " My friends and tho doctor thought I must go down. The first dose of Paskola gave mca littlo appetite and I lictran to revive. My strength increased so that in a week from tho time I took Puskola 1 weighed 83 pounds and tho next week I weighed 88 pounds ; while in Ave weeks from the first I have gained 0 nminrlB " I feel encouraged. I am yet weak, but my strength is increasing every day. My general weight is from 140 to 150 pounds. I verily be lieve that, with the help or tno gooa liord, Paskola hits done a wonderful work for m, For vnrH I have suffered so much with indi gestion and constipation. I have doctored anil taknn this and that, but of nofavail." A pamphlet, telling just what Paskolo Is, will lie sent tree on application w The Pre-Dlgested Food Co., 30 Beade street, Diew lorn. , Charles 8. Leetc & Co. 2Jy31 Tu Fr&w Now Haven. COOKING BY HEAT FROM GAS t Invaluable! or comfort, convenience and soon . omy in Summer. . Food more perfeotly cooked than by direct heat from coal. Ranges, with or without water heaters, hot PlHveS, UVVUB, MHl-irVU UtnbVCV, CkVJ., VLVn VM1 . 1 V... U 801, Up MIU nwnutcu 13 loin New Haven Gas Light Co., ' yjo. 80 CROWK STREET. puinmiieiCiaiTTiiii: Tn6ilZ" The usual treatment of catarrh Is very unsatisfastory, as thousands can tes tify. Proper local treatment Is neees 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, pectflo curative power, with perfect safety and pleasantness to the patient The druggists sell It. Jy24 3teod 2tw Whaa Baby was ilek, w ber Cutorta, When she was a Child, the cried for CutorU, When she beeame Uaa, she clung to Cutoria, Wbes the had CaUdra,ihe garettiem Ckftotia Keep Well This Summer. . If Exposed to Epidemic Influences Eat only Cooked Pood And Drink only Boiled Water. Check Every Disturbance Of Stomach And Bowels with Sanford's Ginger. Containing among It ingredients the pnr- cut of mmlii einal French brandy una the best lutl French brundvund the I of iniorted ginear, it vox tly superior to the cheap, worthless, and often duugeroui frinircra urrad as substitutes. Auk for liAXKOIU8 filNfiKR and look for owl trade-mark on tho wrapper. Bohl everywhere. , 1'OTTEit Ubuo St Cbex. Corp.. lloston. Mierate. We have opened a full lino or Jowett'n cele brated hard wood Refrigerators, thoroughly charcoal filled, and the best refrigerators sold lu the city. AT COST. We have but fow of theni loft : when those are gone there will be no more of them offer ed, us we ore going out of, this branch of the business. We advise all who are in want to inspect them before purchasing elsewhere, That New Range Wo have sold so much about proves to be the favorite. AU who huve tried it say it la t he wonder of the age aud does all we saver use to ao. . GAS FIXTURES Xn great varieties and prices 'way down. The largest assortment to do touua in tue city. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. THE ARNOLD CO. SUMMER TIME TABLE. Commencing June 25th we Khali be open for busi ness from 8 a.m. to 6 p. m. every day but Saturday. ai 12 o'ttt, Stan, 1 No evening hours. Any person desiring to furnish up a room or a house in the near future will do well to cair and look over our stock and get our terms now. It w ill pay you to place your orders for future de livery at our summer prices. ' i : THE CHAMBERLAIN Furniture an. Mantel Co. Orange and Crown Streets WARM WEATHER TO TALK TO YOU But that's pur business FUMITURE1 We close the season's business with the largest ampunt of sales ever recorded by, us. Our policy of good value at low prices is what has done the business. . July ist we inventory. Previous to that time'. we. offer bur entire stock of Housefur- nishing Goods at such low tempt you. Come , and get prices. As an illustration ,i Silk Brocatelle, for $i7.30 - r suites manuiacturea rignt on xne premises in our own lactory. You save all intermediate profits. Parlor '. Furniture reuphol- stered and re-covered in the workmen. , . ' w ; v I68--9.7 Orants Strdat,sud:7,S0Chanel Street. DEW H4VEK POSTOFDCE. SSlSBSSSSSSSSMBSt) . OFFICB HOnrtA-An'rll 1 to November t T) s. m, to sl p. m. Nnvemlier I to April L T::tis.in.to;OUp.u, Bunduyt, from U.Uu tn. lo 10 p. m. ..Vf,l.'hul0 onBn tnr the seoommodatlon of the holder of look boxes day and night. Arrival and Departure or stall. New York-Open mo, B:flO . m.. 12K m iiTO. im, (i on p. m. Clwe :U0. :00, 10:00, 11:00 a. in.. U:U0,.00. 3:00,3:110, U.M, 6:00, (7:00 dally, la. eluding Sundays), ll.-UO p. in. New York Railroad Way Open 9:30, U:01l a. m 4:SU, V.00 p. in. Close 8:J0, (.00 a. m 1:00 P.m. Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia and Southern Hlalen-Opi-n 7:00. Sum. UM a. m. Clow III, :O0 a. m,. !2:30.CA),3J0,(7.'00dally, Including Suudaya), 11:00 p. m. Chicngn and Western Statm Open 7:00, 0:30 s.m.,fl,0::p.in. Clow 6:30, ftoo. in., 8:30, 5.00, (7:00 dally, including Sundays), 11:00 p. m. Albany and Northern New York Open 7:00, 10:80 . in., ifcOO. 7:00 1M p. m. Close TOO, :C0 S. Ul., iSM, K:U0, 0:00, 7:00,11:00 p. m. Springfield Itallrnad Way Open 10:10. m 30dji.ni. CIuhi 6 JO. 10:14 s. mU:U,tX, (MM, 11:00 p.m. Bomon-Open 7:00 s. tn.. 1:00, 8:00, 4:. 7:00, 10-00 p. in. ('lose 7:00, 10:10, 11:00 a. m., 12:14, 2:00. 3:&S. 6:00. 11:00 p.m. Now Hnmpshlrn nnd Vermont Open 10:30a. at., 9:00,4.-00. lOKWp. in. 0087:00, a.m., 0:00, 11:00 p.m. prinirflcM Open 7:00 10J0 a. m.,3:00, 4:i, 10.00 p. m. Clone 7.-00, 10:16 a. m., 12:18, 2JQ. 6:00, U.0Op.m. ' ' Hart ford -Open 7:00, 0 30. 1030a. m 1M, 3:00, 7:00, 8:00, 10 00 p. in. Close 7:00, 0:16 a. m., 12:16, ZiX), 6:00, 0:16, 11:00 p. ni (12:00 in. Sunday). Mcrfdcn-Oprn 7:00, 10:30s. m..l:00, 8:00, 7:00, 11:30 p. m. Clime 7:00, 10:16 a. m., 12:16, 2:30, 6:00, Ul p. m (U:w p. m. aunauy;. New Hrltaln-Opon7:00. 10:30 a. m.,3),6:80, 1010, 11:00 p. m. Clone 7:00, 10:16 a. m 2:30, 11:00 p. in, Walllnif ford Open 10:30 n. m.. 3:00. 7:00 p. m. Clow 5:30, 7:00, 10.14 a, m 2:30, 6:00 p. m. Wllllmantlo-Open 7KM, 10:30 a. m 3 00, 10.00 p. m. Clow 7:00. 10:16 a. m., 12:16, 3:65, 11:00 p.m. Kenalurton Open 10:30 a. m.. 3:00 p.m. Cloix 7K a.m., 2:30 p.m. North Itoveo Open 10:30 a. m., 8:00 p. m. Ooao 7:00, 10:16 a. m., 2:30, 6:00, U.00 p. m. Brlddfiport Opon 7K, 0:30, 12:00 a. m 2:80, :30, 7:00, 8:00 p. m. Clow 5:80 O.-OO, 11:00 s. m, 12.30, 8:00, 5KX), 7:00, 11:00 p.m. New London-Open 7:00. 10:00 a. m., 8:30, 7:00. 10.-00 p. m. Clone 7:00, 10:16 a. m., 2:00, 4:30, U:00 p. m. New Ixindon Railroad Way Open 10:30 a. m 3:30, 10:01) p. m. Clone 7:00, 10:16 u. m., 4:30 p. m. llranford, Oulirord Open 10:30 a., m., 8:i, 10:00 p. m. Gone 7:00, 10:16 a. m., 4:30, 11:03 p.m. Norwich and Eastern Connecticut-Open 7:00, 10:00 a. ni., 3:30, 7:00,9:30 p. in. Clow 7:00, 11:00 a. m., 2:00, 4:30, ll:t p. m. Providence and Rhode Island Open 7:00. tn.w ... 'i.-m n.nn in. mi ... r!inan.nn 1 H,i U.IW It. 1U., W.V", , ."V, f, w.wuv . " -, a. in., 12:16, 2:00, 11:00 p.m. Nowport, B. I. Open 7:00 a. m., 8:80, 7:00 p.m. Close 7:00, 11:00 a.m., 2:00, 11:00 p. tn. New Haven and Northampton Way Open 3:00,10:00 p.m. Clone 0:00 a. m., 3:00 p, m. Collinnville. yiantavfjle, Uhionvilie. South Inirton and Now Hartford Open 10:30 a. m 1:00, (1:00, 10:00 p. tn. Clow 0:00, 10:16 a. m., 3:00, VOD p. m. Naugatuck Hailroad Wny Open 10:80 a, m 8:00p.ro. Clone 9:00 a. m., 6.00 p.m. 1 Wnterbury Open 7. 10:30 a. m., 1:00, 3:30, 1 00, 10:00 p.m. Close 6M0, 9:00, 10:16 a. m., 1:30, 5:00, 11:00 p. in. Blrmlnnharo-Open 10:30 a. m.,3ttUH,8:0n p. m. t.losc 0:uu, :uu, ii:uu a. in.. i:im, u:uu n. J ftiymoup-Open 10:30 a, m., 8:00.p. m. Cl ui. Ilose 6:00,9:00s. m.,5:00 p. ra. Orange Open 1030 a. m., 8:00 p. m. Clon? 9:00 a.m., 5:00 p.m. Hounatonic Patlroad Way Open 3:00,10:00 p. m. Close 9:00 a.m., 3:65 p.m. Connecticut Valley Road Way Open 10:30a. m., 2:80, 6:00 p. m. aose 6:00 a. m., 2:00, 11K),) p.m. AlrLtneBailroBd Way Open 3:00, 10:00 p.m. aose 7:00 a. m., 1206, 36 p. nr. Durham, Qlntonvlueand NorthtordT-Open 1030 a. m., 10:00 p. m. Close 7:00 u. m. 5.-00 p. m. Middletowo-Qpen 7K, 10S30 a. m., 3:00, W, 8:00, 0:30 p.m. Clone 7l00, 10:16 a. m., 12:16, 3:00, 5:00, U:00 p.m. Danbury Open 7:00, 12:00 a. m 3:30, RiOO p.m. Cldso 630, 9:00, 10:15 a.m. 2,00, 8:80, 11:00 p. m. Mllford-Open 9:30, 12i0a. m., 8:30, 10:00 p. m. Close 530, 0:06,11:00 a.m., 2:00, 6:00 p.m. Colchester-Open 8:00, 10:00 p. m. Qose7:00 a. in., 5:00 p.m. West Raveb-Open 9:30 a. in., 1:00,4:30,7:80 p. m. . Closo 0:30 a. Iia., 12:30, 5:00 p, m. Branch Oflico Open 0:15. 12:00"n. m 5:00, 9:30 p.m. Close 7,00, 0:15, 11:00 a. m 4:50 p.m. Westvllle Open 9:15 a. m 1HX), 9:30 p, m. Oose 7:00. 11:00 a m., 4:60 p. in. . North Uranrord nnd North Guilford Open 12:00 a.m. Closo 12:30 p. m. ' Foreign Opes at 7:00 a. m., 3:00,4:30, 7:00 p. m. Close 5:3$, 9:00, 11:00 a. m., 12.30, fcOO, 3:55, 7K, 11:00 p.m. Carriers' .letters can bo obtained in the even ing between 7:00 and 8:0t o'o'.ock nt the carri ers' window Sundays 12:00 to 1:00 p. m. The letters in the boxes at the depot will be collected by the local agent Ave minutes be fore the departura of all mail trains. Money Sent Without Danger of Loss. Money orders nnd registered letter windows open from 8:00 a. in. until 7:00 p. m. Money orders can be obtained at this offloe upon any money order pontoffloe In the United Suites, Germany, Great Britain, Switzerland, Canada, Italy, Portugal and India. The fees on orders in tho United States are: Ordors for 86 or less, five cents; over fA and not exceeding 10, eight ccntg; over (10 and not exoeeding $16, ten cents; over (16 and not exceeding $30, fifteen cents; over $30 and not exceeding $40, twenty cents; over (40 and not exceeding 860, twenty-five cents; over (60 and nut. nxpAraHnir B0. thirty cents: over sOO.and not exceeding (70. thirty-flve oents; over $70 and not exceeding $, forty ceuts; over ami not nlfftopdlnir ftlOO. f ortv-flve oents. "Keqtiest to return" will be printed across the end of stamped envelopes, furnishod by the postofnoe department, without additional cost, where such are ordered in lots of not less than 500.. No fractions of cents should be lntrodnoed In un nrriAr. I To facilitate the free ami very system letters shouli id be plainly aaaresaea to street ana num. her, FKANC1B G. HKACH. Postmaster. OF 'SUMMER MILLINERY. Handsomely Trimmed Bonnet and Bound Hats , K; AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Hiss A. V. Byrnes, 1 l&a Chapel Street," Seeond door boots York street.' ABOUT carpets; and we have to do it. Value's- that they cannot fail to acquainted with our goods and spiece :s Parlor Suite, covered in - from that up to $150. Parlor best possible manner by skilled "'' gvnvtlUvs' (SttiCt, New York, New Haven and Hartfordlt.lt. , July . 104. TRAINS LEAVE NEW HAVEN AS FOLLOWS FOU NBW YOK'-4:30, '4:60, ItM, 1:t0, mo, 8i, . tlO30 a. 12;00, UKtt, 'IM (parlor oar Umlted), 'ISO, 1:45, 230, 8.-00, "8:30, t4:16, 5J0. ,6J0. 636, CM. 1:10. 8:10, (8:16 Bridgeport sooonJinodatlon). 9:1U, 9:15 p. m. SusDArs 430, 'lM, 0:00 s. Di tO.00, t:16. 7:10. 8:10,8:15, 9J0p. m. . FOB WA8UINQTON VIA HABLEM HIVEB -12:10 s. m. (dally). '1:10 p. m. FOB BOSTON VIA HrUINOFIELD-ldll 10:10. '11:06 s. m.. 1K, '6M p. m. BUSDATi li (night), 5:5ilp.m. FOU BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PItOVIDE.NCE-1:13. 2:30, '1136 (parlor oar Umltod)s.m.12:a5,a2:53,Ill:U, 'M and p. m. SDHnATS-2:13, 130 s. ra., 1:65 p. m. FOB BOSTON VIA Allt LINE AND N. Y. N. B. ft, ll.-4:67 p. m. HlINDAVH -4:57 p. in. FOB HBKIDEN, HAKTFOKD, SPHINO- FIKLD, F.to.-1:S0 (night), 6:40, 8K, 710:10, 10:60 (White Mountain first stop Jiartford, niK s, in., 12:06, 1K, 3;10, 5:00. '6:53, (8:16 to Hartford), 8:06, 10K p. m. SuwOATs '130 (night), 6:52, 8:26 (accomodation) p.m. Mew Londori Dlrlslon. FOB NEW LONDON, Eto.-2:13 (night), "2:30 (night), 7:50, 9:30. 11:06, '11:35 (parlor car limit ed), a. ra., '12;06, 2:56, 3:00, '4:16, 4:65, 5:15, 8:16 8:55, (OKA p. m. Guilford accommodation)' Sdnoays 2:13 (night), "230 (night), '6:56 p. m. Air Line Division. " FOR K1DDLETOWN, WIXL1MANTIC, EM. -8:03 s. m., 1:25. '4:57, 6:10 p. m. ' SDKDArs- 4:57 p. m. Connecting at Mlddletown with Valley Division and nt WUUinantlo with N. Y. It N. Jt. and N. L. N. H. U.; at Turnervllle with Colchester Urunoh. Northampton Division. FOB SHELBURNE FALLS. TUBNER'S FALLS, WILLI AMSUCRO, IIOLYOKE AND NEW HARTFORD, and Intermediate stations 7:46, 11:04 a. m. and 4O0 p. m. FOU NORTHAMPTON, WILLIAMSB U HQ and points this side At 5:65 p. m. Berkshire Division, FOR DERBY jnNCTION-438 p. m. FOR DERBY JUNCTION, BIRMINGHAM, ANSO NIA, Etc. 7:00, 9:40 a. m.,12K, 27, 4-J, 6:33 7:36, 11:15 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 8:30 p. in- FOR WATERBUBY-JJ.-OO, 8:00 (via Nauga- tuck Junction), 9:40 a. nu, 12:00, 27, 030, 7:33 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. ra. FOR WINSTED-7:00, 9:40 a. m 2: 27, 5:30 p.m Sundays 8:10 o. m. FOR SHELTON, BOTSFORD, NEWTOWN, DANBURY, P1TTSFIELD, STATE LINE 9:40 a. m 48 p. m. FOR ALBANY, BUFFALO, DETROIT, C1N CINNATI, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND THE WEST via State Llne-9:40 a. m 4J p. m. FOR LITCHFIELD and points on 8., L. & N. R. R. (via Hswley vllleHI:40 a. id,, 4:38 p. m. Express Trains, tliocal Express. C. T. HEMPSTEAD, Gen. Passenger Agt STAKLN'S NEW. HAVEX TRANS- POBTATION LINE. Every Day Except Saturday. Leave New Haven fromStarln's Dock, foot of Brown streot. at 0:16 o'clock n. m. The JOHN H. STAHIN. Captain McAllstcr, every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The WM. C, EGERTON, Cap tain opoor, every monaay, weunenuuy miu Friday. Hcturnlng, leave bo Friday. ew York from Ptor lO M 1) ,.- . fVii.-ln..flr ofaat at Q n oi uoi urtlandt street, at 9 p. m t he Stiirin every Monday, Wednesday and Fri day; the Corning every Sunday, Tuesday and xnursaay. Fare, with berth in cabin, 76o; staterooms $1.00. Excursion Tickets (1.25. Tickets and staterooms cap, be purchased of John M. Linos, jr., 861 Chapol street: of Pook & Bishop, 702 Chapol street, John Morse, til) uenter street, ana at me x-unuiiwnuuH. Excursion dates for Glen Island are now P- ..... ... . rree stage leaven ine uuput un nrnv ui Hartford train, and from corner Churohand Chnpcl streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 o'clock p.m. C. H, FloHEK, Agent, new Haven, ixmn. New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHARD PECK, Leaves New Haven (BoHe Dock) daily, 121 night. New York (Pier 25 East Klver) p. m., (exoept Bunauy,) w:w a, m. C. H. NORTHAM, New Haven, daily. 10:80 a.m., New York 1131 p. m., buturaay nna eunaay i p. m. FnrAll flO. Kireurslon ftl.110. Htaterooms ana ncaeia ior saie m i-eoa s Bishop's 703 Chapel street, and at Mix's drug store. r Through rates given ana Diusorinaingis sued to points West. South and Southwest by the Now Haven Fast Freight Line. Rvnurslon fttnnincr Continental is offered for oharter dnrlng Summer season at very low rates. lsuw.c. iiKuouiturvuiD, Agent. ANCHOR LINE. United States MaU Steamships SaU from New York every Saturday FOR GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY. ' Hates for Saloon Passage, T)v R s MTV OF home, siio wl UDWIird Other Steamers, Cabin, 48 and upward, ac cording to accommodation and location of room. excursion xiaaew at rtnutuj nu.us ; Center Second Cabin, 30. steerage, out ward, SiS ; Prepaid, SIS. Drafts nt Lowest Current Rates. Vnr Bnik of Tnnra and other information apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, 7 Bowlins Orimn. n: Y or John M. Lines. Jr.. f51 Chape street, or Win. Fltspatrick, Su7 Grand avenue, or M. B. Newton & Co., 86 Orange street, New Haven. jygoom STEAM CARPET CLEANING. ' , FACTORY. 188, 130 and 139 Water Street. Conn. Steam Carpet Cleaning. Co., P. O. Box 6T3. Orders by mail will reoelve prompt attention; j v. w. lowden; H. F. BL0GG& BR0., , Cash or Credit HOME FURNISHERS. Chapol Street, Ktw Kavea. Cosi FULL LINK OF ' Folding Beds, Psrlor Fnmitnrs, Carpets), Ulloioths, Beds, Ksdt usmsges, lIsttressH, FstloxsMid Cook Stows. ' v Charaoter is Credit Store open Ts. n. to 6:30 p. to., Saturday and Mosday eTealngs to t, . , PECK& BISHOP Obosb ' " .' vs. "'. ' . ANTHONY FLETCHEH. ) NotlOS. State of Connecticut, New Haven County,), New Haven, July 24, A. D. 1804. UPON the complaint of the aald teek Bishop, praying for reasons therein set forth for a foreclosure of a Judgment Hen now pending before the Court of Common Pleas in and for New Haven county, to be held on the first Monday of August, A. D. 1894. It appearing to, and being found by, the subscribing authority, that the said defend ant la absent from oils state gone to parts unknown: . . . TUnnnmiia nntin ap toe penaenoy or ssM complaint D given oy publisMng this order In the Journal and Jou or. s newspaper printed in New Haven, ono eoon wee iw uree weeKS anocessiTviy, own mwdng oor before ttedof..ly A. IH Clerk of the Court MXtaamon Pless for Jrjw BaTCOCouithih : jySIsulMj Trains Arrlre at liew Ilarea. from New Tork. 1:10 loOx. 7:40a. 1:45a, 0:66a, 10 :06x, 10:Mx,ll:OOs, Jl:10s, -HASx a. m.; 12:60a noon; 1:00s. 1:60s, 1:00a, l:80x, i:60x, t:S6a, I:i5x. 6:40, t-Mx. 7:40, 8:00x, 9;Wv 10:Ma p. m.i 12:25a mldnleht Sunday 1:10s, :06. 1:45a, 10:20a a. BL 4.50X, 8:4.x, IXOx, l:X0 c. m. From Philadelphia. Bsltlmors an Washington, without change S:lti a. m. aox p. idm, Sunday 1 JCx a. m. From Boston, Wllllrosntlo and Middle. town. 1:21a, 7:02x, t:00a p. m. Sua day 7:02x p. m. From Boston, via Worcester and Springfield. 4:20x, 11:60 a. ro.; 1 Six, 1:15s, 3:24x, 6:05a, l:04x. 1:56a p. m. Sunday, 4:20x a. m.; 8:04x p. m. From Boston. Provldtncs and New London. 4:45x, 11:66a a. m.; l:05x. 1:25 x, 2:26x. C:26x, T:00x, 7:43a, :06x, ll:67x p. m. . Sunday, 4:16x. tx a, m.; 7:43a, 77x p. m. From Bridgeport. l:10x. I:06x. t:16x. 6:85a, 7:40s, 8:45a, X6a, 10:06x, 10:45x, ll:00x, U:66x a. m.j 12:60a noon; l:00x, 2:G0x, 3:00s, JOx. 4:10r. 4:60x, 1:25a, 6:10a. 6:40", 6:60x, 7:40", B:00x, :60a, 10:50a p. m.; 12:26a midnight Bun day, l:10x, 2:06x, 2:16x, 8:46a, lOJOa a. m.; 4:60x, 6:50x, t:20M p. m. From Stratford, Naugatuck Junction, Mlirora. woodmont, West Haven and Way Stations from New Tork. 7:40, 8:45, 9:65 a, m.; 12:50 noon, 8:00, 6:35, 6:40", 7:40". :60, 10:60 p. m.; 12:28. (Don't stop at Naugatuck Junction, Woodmont or West Haven) midnight, Sunday, 8:45. 10:20 a. m.; 8:20 p. m. From Meriden, Hartford and Spring- neia. 4:Z0x, 7:56a, 9:20a, :30x, 11:60 a. m.; 127x, 206a, 3:24x, 6:06a, 6:45a, 8:04x, 8:65a, 11:20a p. m. Sunday, 4:20x, 9:60a a. m.; 8.-04X p. m. From New Britain, Berlin, Merldea Wallingford and Way Stations from Springfield. 7:66, 9:20, 11:60 a. m.; 3:15, 6:06, 6:46, 8:56, 11:20 p. m. Sunday, 9:60 a. m. From Niantlc, Saybrook Junction, Clin ton, Madison, Guilford, Stony Creek, Branford, East Haven and Way Sta tion from New London. 7:40, 9:28, 11:56 a. m.; 2:17, 5:02, 7:43 p. m. Sun day, 7:43 p. m. From Way Stations from Providence. 11:55 a, in.; 7:43 p. m. Sunday, 7:41 p. m. From Turnervllle, Portland, Northford, Montowese and all Way Station! 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, Hawleyvllte, New Mllford, Danbury, Pittafleld, Al bany, N. T., the West and aU Way, Stations from Ptttsfleld. 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, 7:46' 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, 9:26, 11:59 a. m, 2:42, 4:43, 6:10. 7:10 p. m. Sunday, 6:32,p. m. . From Wlnsted. 9:26, 11:69 a. m., 4:48, 7:10 p. m. Sunday, 5:32. Express, a Accommodation. Ixx cal Express. Accommodation flrsf part of the way. THE ELM CITY PRIVATE DlSmm in nervous uiasaan,, jjjutj"- tlons. Kidney and Madder Troubles, and all fnYare 'i SSii iW&.Tam, Permonentty located In this city. in advance, and lead In the successful treat DYpniUB, nuu nuuiBiwDw ui iuc aoi unnfiry urKtt,it w n i n i iJ . - ." nklUUIT I li A'l'II 1IU ! li w tc. corner Chapel and State streeta. umoe nouns: v n. ui, w i iu., wu. "h evenings 7 to . Sundays, W to 12 a, m. patients treated by mail. Oorrwpondetipt contidentlftl. 1 , t . . , n8 IfiiscellatLeaus. EARLE & SEYMOUR, Boltelton ( Americai aid Toxeiga Patents. 868 Chapel Strcsti Haw Haven. Oeim. L. .W. RO3BIN0ON, . v JJElCHITEOT ; ' fi V; v' : 'i ; ; ',' KemoyeJ to .. : - Q j L No. 760HAPEL 3TREET. eozzorjrs "J OOMPLEXlOn ...... .1 .