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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. MONDAY. AUfTUST 13 m .
6 I 4 nourn uatts. Aug. . Tb selectmen art butldtng a new bridge over the brook north of R. T. Linsley'a place, Tbt foundation walli are laree stones laid In cement tonned with heavy blocks of Portland ton raised foot hleber than the old brldae. Tb town of North Haven la at last to bave a medical examiner. Much time and perhaps soma expense will b aved and the feeling of friends may not be tried beyond endurance by auch distressing delay aa hav recently taken ulace In the drowning cases. Auguat 1 the month for the regular Quarterly meeting of tne iiiubo w nn .whiiicin at the center. The May meeting wa forgotten. The August one Miould we rememuercu. The rector of 8t. John" church, Rev. William Lusk. and Rev. William O. Lathrop, poator of the Congregational church, are member of the aame col lege fraternity, the Delta Kappa Epsl Jon. Mr. F. L. Mansfield and daughter and Mr. and Mr. Samuel Bunnell are attending the Advent camp meeting at Spring-field. Mr. and Mr. M. E. Palmer celebrated their twenty-fUth wedding anniversary Inst Thursday evening. A large num ber of friends were Invited to tuke part in the festivities of the occasion. Many happy returns. The selectmen are making a much needed improvement lowering the hill on Hamden road west of C. B. Smith's place. The danger signal is up at each end of the line, but teams can go south of the hill through the lota. Blasting Is distinctly heard at the center. The barber shop near the railroad sta tion is open every afternoon after 3 o'clock and every evening. A first-class barber Is In attendance. Mrs. H. M. Blakeslee was notified by telegram of the death of her brother, Dr. Judson Boardman Andrews, which occurred at his home In Buffalo, N. Y August 3. Mrs. Blakeslee left for Buf falo the next morning. Dr. Andrews was born in North Haven, gradual J from Yale college In the class of '65. went to the war, enlisted as a member of the Seventy-seventh New York Vol unteers, and was elected captain of Company F. His company went to the front and was In the Peninsular cam paign, taking part In the siege of York town and the battles of Wlillamsburgh, town and the battles of Williamsburg, Oak Swamp, and Malvern Hill. Re signing his commission in 1862 he went to New Haven and completed his med ical studies and received the degree of M. D. from the Yale medical school in February, 1863, and was then assigned as surgeon to the Nineteenth C. V., whose fortunes he fopwed until it ws, mustered out of service after the war at New Haven In September, 1865. In 1867 Dr. Andrews commenced his suc cessful career as a specialist on insan ity. In this position he continued until 1880, when he was appointed superin tendent of the Buffalo state fcdfejfital. In this work he wangafce' t the time of his death. Dr. Andrews leaves a wife and one daughter, Miss Mary Campbell Andrews, and one sister.Mrs. H. M. Blakeslee of North Haven. Many friends who knew Dr. Andrews when a young man sympathize with Mrs. Blakeslee in the loss of her only brother. Clarence Mansfield Is employed In a paper box factory, running one of the large presses on Congress avenue, New Haven. Farmer Grayneck Whoa, there, Prima Donna! Bystander That Is a very peculiar name for a mule, it seems to me. Farmer Greyneck Not at all! You see she's always kicking at no thin'! Puck. ' " CHOCOLATE COATED LITTLE LTVKR PUR-BAT1VES-A real pleasure to take them. Not much fuger than pin beads. Greatest success yet attained tor a torpid fiver and aa a (teneralcathartle. Choco late coated and Terr mall. One dally will operate JTa lai&tlve In constipation. In trial Jlalsof 2 or 8 cathartic doses 10c and In fall sise S5c. vials. At iniifists or sent by mall. , B.8. WSLL8, Jersey OHy, N. J., V. S. A. Believes Oongbs almost Immediately. Is healing nH sMfrMnn tn tna .iniul U11H liinira A Safe 1111(1 remedy (or children. Believes hacking and inMH nn raMlnt ot nrlce. E. 8. WMiia. Jersey City. N. J. riu expel worms to a tew hours. If worms do not txlstttwulactas a cathartic, and relieve thedls rderea, overloaded stomach and bowels, and do the child good In any event. Harmless and sweet ana Wee to tats. 26c E. B. Wells, Jersey City, N.J. CURES HARD OR 80PT CORNS AT ONCE. ttOL'OH ON COKNi jiijlve and Plasters, 10c. Cj RED NOSE, A gross, rough, red face or hands, or a eoano. Us leasing: effect of tile most handsome face. JGA.URFXI.tt OTT. TIAT.W will aunr m. ,1mk iiieu, uneven or muaay bkiq aestroys tno smooth skin and complexion I tones down the veaun, pratcnes, iTOoues: mam tan j . f . ' 1- y v.y-- is, blotches, freckles: maintains a youthful, 1 tflOW 11 tiia BV1n and iwimnUvliin 1tvjna ndency to wrinkles, ageing, withering or Tjpg up of the flesh or skin. 60c andlLOO HUBS at DnurriRtjt ATiA Fo.nv Annrlii KtarM. np sent prepaid by express on receipt ot price. i. n. w mim, Jersey city. N. J. mWm tTATK JUTM-a JQTTWQt.' Oener! Pews of InterMi Happening la the Mutmag Slot. The Charter Oak raota In Hartford will begin August 27 and will continue Ave days. Two carloads of machinery have been shipped from the Colchester rubber mill to Bristol. All the machinery and the engines will soon be shipped away. The business men of Colchester will make strenuous efforts to Induce the rubber trust to resume operations there, but probably without avail. The corner atone of the Hartford Ma sonic Temple will be laid Monday, Sep tember 34. An Incendiary (Ire Saturday destroyed part ot the Ebony Lamp Black factory In Middletown, owned by Thomas Kelly. Loss (1,200: Insured. ' Small blueflsh are running well and several large catches have been report ed In this vicinity. John Harrison, twenty-two years old, a conductor on the Consolidated road, whose home Is In Manchester, and who fell off a moving train Friday night at the West Farms crossing, two of the cars passing over his body, died of his Injuries Saturday. Benjamin Burton, aged eighty-three, one of Trumbull's best known residents, died Friday night For many years he was a leading spirit In the Congrega tional church. In the choir he was es pecially valuable, and for a long time he played the bass viol. He waa an enthu siastic military man, having been cap tain of the famour Trumbull artillery company. A big crowd went to Glen Island Sat urday morning on the excursion of Bridgeport division, U. R. K. P. The steamer Myndert Starln carried them. The German Lutheran Bt. Paulus church of Harriet stroet.Brldgeport.was consecrated yesterday. Several of the Lutheran ministers of the state aided in the service. On Monday candidates for confirmation will be ordained In the presence of the congregation. The Fairfield rubber shop is still run ning Ave days a week, although this Is usually the dull season of tne year. This is a remarkably good record for this time of the year. The shop has been doing a large business during the past year, notwithstanding the hard times. Judee William B. Glover of Fairfield started for his summer residence In the Adlrondacks last Wednesday, where he will spend several weeks with his fam ily. HAZLINQFOBD. A Proposed Street Extension Baseball To Study for the Ministry General News. There Is considerable discussion re garding the petition circulated asking that Wall street be extended east to Simpson avenue. It seems to. be the opinion of many that at this time there is really no call for the extension which would necessarily be more of an expense than some who are in favor of the project represent. Evidently It would be an advantage to certain real estate on the proposed extension, the excuse offered that Center street is too narrow in places for safe driving is rather far fetched, and the fear that the electric cars will make it unsafe for ladies to drive is another reason ad vanced. The bugaboo about the elec tric cars frightening horses had been advanced for some time before the electric road begun to run cars and many, were worried to death almost about the runaways that would result from the electric cars; the cars have been running for over eight months in the borough and most of the horses have become accustomed to the cars and as yet there has not been any run aways or other accidents that can be traced to fright from the electrics. The bridge on Center street which has caused so much worriment on the part of some is the widest one in town. There are many other improvements more needed at present than the open ing of an extension to Wall street. . The Walllngfords went to Danbury Saturday and defeated the local ball team by a score of 16 to 12. Manager Relllys "colts" were not as successful in Ansonla but were badly defeated by a score of 24 to 1. Both teams returned on the 8:29 train Saturday evening. David R. .Bristol will give up his position as night watchman at Simp son, Hall, Miller & Co.'s works on Sept. 1 and will enter Exeter college in New Hampshire to study for the min istry. Frank Ives, of North Elm street, will take his position as watchman. There were two scraps on Colony street early Saturday evening and the sequels may appear in the news of the borough court later. William Ranford Is repairing the leaky catch basins about the borough. Miss Mary Hotchkiss, aunt of C. Storrs Hall, was 92 years of age Satur day. . . Miss Jennie Carroll leaves today for Boston to attend the summer school of music. Prof. F. E. Marble and wife are at Block Island. Drug Clerk Johnnie Horan is back from a two weeks' vacation. " Miss Lizzie Jones, , of New Haven, spent Sunday as the guest of Miss Alice Lane. ;u, t ; Strauss Brothers have completed the sewer on Bartholomew, row. ; : Mr. and Mrs. w: Ls Parr snent Sun. day in New York. ; .; James Stewart and family, snent Rim day at Plalnvllle. OOSPSL WAOON MBMTIKG ,' Held at Savin Rock and the Ooffe' Street Bell Tower Yesterday. A large crowd gathered around the gospel wagon at Savin Book yesterday afternoon; It was stationed in front of Skeele's pavilion and Rev. H. W. Pope and Rev. Jobn.C. Collins oonducted the meeting and made addresses. There were about fori? lingers from the West Haven M. K. ohureh present, and Rev. Mr. Edwards, .pastor of the churoh was also present. A.-slight shower oame up and drore the. people into the pavilion. But the meeting went on just the same. , v At 6:30 the Taylor churoh people oon- duoted a meeting at the Ooffe street bell tower.' . Rev, H. L, THutchin made, the address and tkecej was some excellent singing. , " ' The AerUl TruiV To the Editor of the Jodrjiai adDCooarsai I understand from good authority that the hook and ladder wagon kept on Artisan street (No. 1 station) Is laid oft because one horae was Injured while going to a Are. If our city Is deprived of the protec tion It Is entitled to for such a simple reason aa this, it la outrageous. I will furnish a substitute horse pro vided a satisfactory veterinary says the Injured horse will probably recover within one month. Yours truly. .. LUCIEN1 HENDERSON. On enquiry It Is found that for several days the aerial truck has been off duty and the old No. 1 truck has been substi tuted. Now,' however, the aerial has been so adjusted that the horses, Tom and Dick, can take it out on short runs. Harry, the third horse, Is not yet able to return to duty. State Camp, 1 O. S. of A. The adjourned session of the State camp, P. O. S. of A., will meet this evening at the upper hall in the Courier building. The ofhcere-elect will be in stalled and other business will be transacted. The Sanrtnary at St. Mary's Church. -The sanctuary at St Mary's church has been Improved In many little ways. Among the pretty things which have been added Is a new Wilton carpet; the gift of Healy & Blgelow.the well known medicine manufacturers.' PLEASAXT XtSCEPTIOX In Honor of Old Friends From Philadel phia. A reception was given at the resi dence of J. B. Hood on William street Saturday evening in hojior of Mr., S. Mansfield and wife and 'Mrs. Rowe of l Philadelphia, who are on -a visit to New Ha' tn. An excellent program ol music arranged fop the 'occasion wa; finely given and everything was don to make the evening-pleasant for thosi who were present. Sir. and Mrs. Ames of New Haven assisted In the enter tainment of the visitors, and Mrs. Ames, who formerly sang in the West Haven Congregational church choir, rendered some very fine vocal selections. Ev erything was done to make the. visit of Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield and- Mrs. Rowe one long to be remembered and cherished. Grateful Comforting And Invigorating For Weak Stomachs Weak Bowels , Weak Nerves Is : :: . Sanford's Ginger Purest and Best Of Warming Stomachics Containing among its ingredients the pur, est of medicinal Frenoh brandy and the best of imported ginger, it ls vastly superior to the cheap, worthless, and often dangerous gingers urged as substitutes. Ask for SANFORD'S GINGER and look for owl trade-mark on the wrapper. Sold VA TV wh O Tfl potoeb p'aco Cubm. Com., Boston. A pUIET WIP 1 isi xx o i o; IRON-TONE (NON-ALCOHOLIC), The ideal Tonic Beveraa ipr Nerve. rain ana Diooa, on qreugnt -ai Tne principal soda fountains' at -jc.'" per glass. Bottles Extract jillagiijlron", , Tone for home use, 256 Ons bottle makes a 'quart of tho best Iron Tonic SyTupt ln, the world. , Deliclpus '" In Ice water. -Will keep indefinitely r - v -Does not affect) 'fftKc' ; theteethr'.'..;'.-.. ' FOB SALC svtfr.V-. " DRUGGISTS AND CONFECTIONERS MONARCH: Your Choice of Rims and Tires Call and See i ' -I I I f is i 1 ...1 1... ., : s -r "-t: ; local JfcJffotiirs. Infurmatloa aa to Tim and Place of Meat. Inn., Following is a directory of Informa- Hon concerning lodge and society-meet ings: ,p , MASONIC Connecticut Rock, Masonlo hall, Church street; second and fourth Mon day, at 7:S0'p. m. W. M.. Henry Frese- mus; secretary, C J. Wanner. Franklin chapter. Masonic hall, first and third Tuesday, at 7:30. M. E. H. P., Charles B. Hall; secretary, Atherton L. Barnes. Harmony council.' Masonlo ban. Church street, third Mondays at 7:30 p. m. . T. I. M., David R. Ailing. New Haven commandery, Masonlo hall, Church street, third Fridays at 7:30 p. m. . B. C, llsha L. Cobbj recorder, Francis O. Apthony. , . . , INDKPENDKST . ORDER 0 ODD rELLOWfl. Meetings' held In I. O. O. F. ball, Crown street Quinnlplac, No. t Mondays at S p. m. Recording secretary, R. H. Johnson.. ' Harmony, No. 6. Tuesdays at 8 p. tn. Recording secretary, George N. Moses, Montowese, No. 15. Masonic Temple, Mondays a. 8 p. m. Secretary, R. X Laldlaw.it u-u ., City, No. 38, Wednesdays at 8 p. m. Secretay, J. W. Hammond. Croewell, No. 89, Mondays at 8 pi m. Secretary, A. K Down. Qermanla, No.- 78 (German), Thurs days at 8 p. m. Recording secretary, O. A. Baehr. : Relief, No. 88, Mondays at 8 p. m. Sec retary, Rollln J. Bunce. Humboldt. No. SI (Jerman),Turn hall, ' Tuesday at 8 p. m. Secretary.Adolph Gosch, . ; 1 SUBORDINATE ENCAMPMENTS. ,'; Meeting In I. 0, 0. F. hall, Crown street. '. Bassacifs!, No. 1, second and fourth .Frldays'at;8 p. ni Serine, J, S. Hunger- ford. - . - . . . : Golden Rule, No,. 2.: first and third Tuesdays at 8 p. m. Scribe, G. N. Moses. t Aurora, ; No. ' (German), first and third Fridays at 8 p. ,m. Scribe, Wil liam Frieze. ; . '; PATRIARCHS HILTTAXT. Canton Golden' Rule, No. 9, Armory, Exchange building, second Thursday at 8 p. m. Clerk, Henry S; Cooper. Canton Aurora, No. 12, Harugari hall, second .Friday at 8 p. m. Clerk, Philo Failer. ' ',; KNIGHTS OF HONOR. Roger Sherman, No., 323, L O. O, F. hall, first and third Thursdays at 8 p. m. ' Reporter, W. S. Ball. , Mercantile, No. 1362, J.'6. O. F. hall, first and third Tuesday at 8 p. m. Re porter, Nathan H. Ttl'e. , Steuben, No. 3053, Turn hall, second', and fourth Thursdays at 8 p. m. Re porter, William F. Sternberg. knioetts or rYTWAS. Rathbone, No. 1,1c Pythian ban,'' Courier building, Wednesday ; iC oT it' and S., Erwin Barnes,0 .' l.yjf . Sheffield;' No. 2, blue' room, Masonic Temple, Tuesdkys, K'"of It.and S, ft,. L. Erwin. .t ' .?r ;,' ,,. . - Ezel, No. S, I. O. O. F; building, Tues days at 8 p. m. K. of jR. aft.a Fred W; Dawless. ti. ,'f. ' American, Na.. 12, bKreiTooni, Masonlo, Temple, 'Fridays at 8 p. m. K. of R. and S.. W. H. Larking; '. ,. Comstock, UniforranfiRank, Aurora hall, second Wednesda.yj.8 fa K; f R. and S., Gustave Relnwald, ,' i. o. r. Thursdays at 8 p. m. Iteowding secret tar". H. S. Crittendeiu. Washington, No. 7,,, Pythian Jiall, "Courier" building, Mondays at 8 p. m. Recordin,e. secretary Thonias ,C. Has tings. '" " ' ..Garfleld, No 14, 793 Chapel street,; Wednesdays at 8 p. m. Recording: sec retary, A. F. Zoller. " Unity commandry, Nft , 798 Chapel street, Tuesdays at 8 p. m. Clerk, E. p. Grlswold, A. O. U. W. ' - ' Momauguln, No. 1, "Courier" build ing, second and fourtluSWednesdays at 8 p. m. Recorder, Charles P. Curtlss.' Israel Putnam, No.- 31, Golden Rule hall, second and fourth. Fridays, 8 p. m. Recorder, Ed-vfard E., Mix. . . , Phoenix, ip 43, room 13, Insurance building, firsthand third Mondays, 8 p. m. Recorder, gftry. .Ey, Marsh., .;. .. Pyramid, No. .45, Pyramid hall, Wed nesday at 8'p. m.' Reorde'ri'George A. Sanford. . " "'. V . .," Sterling, No 46, Bluenvroom, 'Masonic temple, .second: and fourth Wednesdays, 8 p. irf. Recorder, Robert, Shearer. NEW ENOLAN9 ORDER Of PROTECTION. ' Beacoii", Nb 69, "Courier" building, second and fourth Mondays, 8 p. m. Secretary, George Wallace. . a; Centennial, No. 92, "Courier" build ing, second and fourth Fridays, 8 p. m. Secretary, Alma Pagels; . A Charte Oak, No. 188, "Courier" build ing, first and third Wednesdays, 8 p. m. Seoretary, William R. Moore. Winchester, No. 208, I; 0. 0. F. hajl, first and third Mondays, 8,' p. m. Secre tatry, Herbert F. Beebevi ; B:G. RUSSELL, . iArchlteiBt, .852 Chapel Street. HAT YOUR HOI7S -WITH TH CELERBATBD , ' 'y:.- .v?'Mt6iiy Boiler. Steam or Hot Water, Direct or Indljseot tUkUatlou. p ALSO; HOT AIR FURrJrVCES. 4 Driven Wells a specialty. Engineers1 SnppUee. First-cjass work guaranied. Jfacitn7work eoli 'ttd,"'Personal attention given tet modernizing Selective plumbings. . . 1 :(-. j . , . - v SHEAHAN & GKOARKi 28S an' 287 S'tate Street.' '-V. bicycles: HEW HAYEN POSTOFFICE. , 9,mClt HOPHa-Aprll 1 to Nororatx I JUa.iu,K ()p.m. Novvmlier 1 to April L 'uJa m.lo,(Wp. ui. buoira, from U.ho m. .vy?'!?"1 on. for th aoooramodatloo Of ui BUHiciv ui ima ikum aay ana night. Arrival ana Dauartnr of Malta. 4 JO, 1M, t m p. m. au 6 M. 9.V0, 10:00, HjUUa, oludlng Hundays), 11.-01 p. in. New York Kallroad WsyOpoo 9 W, lftoo a. m, AM, WOO p. m, CIom iM, 9:00 a. m, f. 00 p. m, Bhltlrtorr. Washlnirton. Phlladnlphla and Souiborn hlntpsUpmi 100. ;jo, MO a. m. Cloae t M, 9.00 a. m..UJ0. ItOO, a JO, Cl. dally. Including Siiuditys), ll.OO u, m. " tjhlcairo anil Western Btti Open TK, M n,m;,SS0.U:U0p. in. Cloae AM, 9:00 a. m 8:U0, 00,(7.1M dally, Inoludlnv 8uniiuy),ll:0Up. m, Albany and NoMhern New York Open TflO. a.ra.,kai5,MSKl0,JiO0,1lLVp.mr 'fprlngflcM Hnllrna4 Way Open 10:Wa. m.. lAtmni. flomoai0,10;l a. Hb!;IS,li:i,4.W, 11:00 p. in. ' Boon-Ooen 7:00 a. m.. 8KJ0, 4:!, 7:00. 10:00 n. m. f'l.wo 7:00. 10:10. 11.00 a.m.. ia i.V 2;00,3:65,6), 11:00 p.m. Now Hamoshtre nnn Vermont flnm T-m 10:30 ft. m.. .1:00, 4:00, lOJO p.m. Uoo 7:00, 10:1 a. in., 6:0fl, 11:00 p.m. HDrlnirtleld Open 7:00 10:a0 a. m.. S no 10:00 p. m, Clo7:00,10il&a.ml2:Ui,8J0,., l',:00 p. ni. Hart ford Open 100, MO. 10:30 a. m 1KB, 8:00. 7:00. 8:00. 10 00 f. m. Close 7K. 10:13 a. m.. 2.ul :00, 5:00, 9:10, llKU p. m (12:00 ro. Sundays). Metldcn Opi-n 7:00, 10:30 a, m.. 1)0, 3:00, TOO, 80 p.m. Clo 7:00. 10:14 a. m.. 12:15.2 110. SJO, 11:00 p. m., (12:00 p. ui. Sundays). Now Britain-Open 7KM, 1030 a. m 8410, 5:90, 1O.00, 11KI0 p. m. Close 1:00, 10:16 a. m., M, 11.HJ8 p.m. TZ... I f ,A.n . M HMm .FBIIIMH 1 . ,V.W. 1,1., O.W. ,.UV U, HI, Close tM, 7:00, 10:16 a. m., 2 JO, 5:00 p. m. ' WllUrtnntlc-Opcn7K,10:nO a. m 8:00. lO-.Ot p. m. Oloso 7:00, 10:15 a. m., 12:15, 3:55, U:00 p.m. Kensinirton open 10:00 a. m., 3.-00 p.m. Close 1M) a. m.,2:U0 p.m. north HnvenMjnen 10:30 a. m.. 8410 n. m. Close 7:00, 10J5 a. m 2:30, 6:00, 11:00 p. m. BriilDorr Open 7K. :30.- 12:00 s. m.. t-M. 1:90. 7:00. 9:00 p. m. Cloae 6d0 9:00, 11:00 a, m, 12J0, 2:00, 6.J0, 7:00, 11K p.m. New London-Open 700, 10:30 a. m., 8:30, TOO, 10.-00 p. m. Close J.-00, 1005 a. m., 2.-00, 4:30, UKJO p. m, - - New London Railroad wav Ooen 10:30 a. m 1:80, 10:00 p. m. Close 7.-00, 10:15 a. m., 4:30 p. m. Bran ford, GitltfOnl Open 10:30 a. m., 8:30, 10:00p.m. Opse 7:00, 10:16a.m., 4:30, 1100p.m. Wnrwlch and Eastern Connecticut Onen TOO, lOOOa. W., 8:80, 7:00, 9:38 p. m. Close tOO, U:Wa.m.,Z:vU,4:W,li:wp. m. . Providonce. and Rhode Islar 1 Open TOO. 10:30 a. in., 3:30. 7:00. 10:00 p. m. tJose 7.-00, 11:00 a. m., 18:16,200,1100 p.m. Oose 7:00, 11:00 a. m., 2:00, 11:00 p. m. New Haven and Northampton Wav Ooen 300,1000 p.m. Close 6:00a.m., 3:00 p.m. Colllnavllle. Flantsvllle. Unlonvllle. South- Initton and New Hartford Open 10:30 a. m., 3:00, 6:00, 10:00 p.m. Close 6:00, 10:15 a. mM 800, , 1:00 p.m. Nauiratutft Kallroad way Open 10:30 a. m.. 8:00p.m. Close 0:00a.m., 6:00 p.m. Waterbury Open 7O0, 10:30 a. m 1:00, 8:30, 1:00. 10:00 n. m. Close 6O0. 9:00. 10:16 a. in.. 1:3a 5:00,llO0p.m., Birmins;ham-Open 10:30 a. m 3:00, 6:00, 800 p. m. ClosoeOO, 900. 11:00 a. m., 1.30, 6:00 p. in. -Seymour Open 10:30 a.m., 8:00 p. m. Close 600,0:00 a.m., 6:00 p.m. Oranre-Onen 10:30 a. m.. 8:00 v. m. dose: 9O0a.m., 5:00 p.m. Rousatonlo Bailroad Way Open 8O0, 10O0 p. m. Close 9:00 a.m., 3:56 p.m. Connecticut Valley Road Way Open 10:30 a. m., 20, eOO' p. m. Close 8O0 a. m 2:00, 1100 p..m, , , .. i Air Line Ralhroad Way Open 8:00, 10:00 p. m. Close 7:00 a. m., 1246, 3:56 p.m. Durham, CltatonTille'and' Nortbtord Open 10:30 a. 10:00 p. m.' Close 7:00a, m. 6:00 p. m. Middletown Open TOO, 10:80 a. m., 3 00, TOO, 8O0, 9:30 p. m. Close 7:00, 10:16 a. m 12:15, 2:00, 5:qQ,41:00p.m, , - Danbury Open 7:00, 12:00 a. m., 8:30, 8:00 p.m. Close 5:80, 9:00, 10:16 a. m, 2,00, 8:30, liOO p. m. Mlirord Open 9:3d, 12O0 a.m., 8:30, 10O0 p. m. Clqse 6:30, 9:00,1100 a.m., 2:00, 6:00 p.m. Colchester Open 8:00, 10:00 p. m. O09e7O0 a. m., 6:00 p.m. West Haven Open 9:30 a. to., 100,4:30,750 p. m. Close 6:30 a. m., 12:30,5:00 p. m; Branch Office Open 9:16. 12:00 a. m 5O0, 9:30 p. m. Close 7,00, 9:15, 11 00 a. m., 4:60 p. m. Westvilie Open!9:15 a. m., 1:00, 9-J0 p. m. Close 7O0; 11O0 a, m 4:59 p.m. North Branfdrd and North Guilford Open 12:00 a.m. Close 12-.30 p. m. . .. ... Foreign Open nt 7:00 a. m., 3:00, 4:80. 7:00 p. m. Close 6:30,. 9:00, U:W a. m., 12.30, S;U0, 0:55, 7:00, U:00 p.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 leUers ln the boxes at the depot will be oolleoted by, the local atrent five minutes be fore the departure of all mail trains. Money Sent Without Danger of Loss. Money orders and registered letter windows Open from 8:00 a. m, until 7:00 p: m. Money orders can be obtained at this office upon any money order postolHoeln the United States, Germany, Oreat Britain, Switzerland, Canada, Italy, Portugal and India. . - The fees on orders in the United States are: Orders for $6 or less, five cents; over 86 and not exceeding $10, eight cents; over $10 and not exceeding $15, ten cents; over $15 and not exceeding, $30, -fifteen Cents; over $30 and not exceeding S40, twenty cents; over $40 and not exceeding $50jwenty-f(ve cents;, over! 50a(id not exceeding $80, thirty cents; over $60 and not exceeding $70, tblrty-flve cents; over 70 and not exceeding $80, forty cents; over px Trt not exceeding $100, fort v-flvc cents. "Bequest to return" will be printed across the end of stamped envelopes, furnished by the postoffioe department, withontaddlUonal cost, where Such are ordered in lots of riot less than 500. - . No fractions of oenta should be introduced in an order. ' .'.' ' ' To facilitate the free delivery system letters snouia pe plainly aaareBaoa to street anu nu m- FRANCIS 6. BEACH. Postmaster. ' i op SUMMER MILLINERY. Handsomely Trimmed" Bonnets and , ... Bouidj Hats " ' .i I 1 At geeatlt eedtjced prices. Hiss A. V. Byrnes, ' fl82 CHAPEL STREET, ' ' . Second door above York street. WARM WEATHER TO TALK TO YOU PTTMTT1IRR fJRPETK ;i ' ' VBut that's our business and we have to, dq.it. . ... ' . :h Weelose the seasoriV&usiness With the largest amount of sales eyeVecorded. bjr us. Our policy of good value at low frices; is'.wfhat has done the business.. July ,i ist we inventory. !reyiou5"to.that;timc.we offer our entire stock t of Housefur nshirig jGoods . at such low values that., they cannot fail to tempt you) " Come, and get acquainted 'with our goods and pneesr HAs an illustration : 5-piece ' Parlor'Suite, covered in Silk Brocatelle,". for', $17.30 from that up to $150. Parlor 'itesimariufactured right on the premises in our' own factory." Ypiji --jgaye all Jteediate.prpfitSi -Parlor. Furniture reuphol 'iasr6w&m the best possible manner by skilled e'Bteet New York, New Hayen and Hartford It. It. . July 9, I A. TRAINS LF.ATE NKW HA V E.V AS FObLOWl -0 NEW Y0I1K-'4:M, MM, t:0S, TiJO. tftlO, 8J0. tlOJO a. m, UOO.tfOl, 1J0 (parlor oar Umlted). 'liB, 1:44. 8:30,3:00, "iM. t4:16, SS). &30, tM, iJB. "t:l0, K:I0, (1:18 Drldirepart aooominadiitloii), V:UI, 9:16 p. m. 8inDAV-'4dU, 4:50, OJ a. Ht, t60J, tftU, 7:10, 11:10, 8:16. WOp.m. I VO& WASHINGTON VIA IIARLEM BIVEB 12:10 a. m. (dally), '1:10 p. m. FOU BOSTON vu SWtlNOFIEI-D-n:t) 10:10, ni06a.ro., l.-05,,6JU p. m. BUHDArs lao (night). 5Jtf p. m. FOH IMISTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PUOVIDENCBIU, S30, UJU (parlor oar limited) a. roM05,'!:5).,t:U, 4:55 and t:M p. m. BUNOArs-tiU, SM a. m., :M p. m. FOR U08TON VIA AIU LINK AND N. V. sj N. E. It. B.-4:57 p. m. Sunda vs 4:57 p. m. FOH MEIUDEN, HAHTFOHD, Bl'HINO 'I ELD, Etc-'I:!) (iiIkIU). 6:40, 8:00, tlftlft. (White Mountain-tint atop Hartford, 1106 a. m., 1208, M.-05, 8;10, 6.-00, '5:33, (6:15 to Hartford), SOS, 10:05 p. m. HVKDAXt-'lM (night), t-.tSS, 88 (aeoomodatlon) p.m. New London Division. ' FOH NEW LONDON, Eto.-z:U (night), "SnO (night), VM, M, 1105, '11:33 (parlor car limit ed), a. m 'lSOo, tint, 0:00. '4:15. MiSS, 5:16, 0:15, 6:56, (916 p. m. Guilford accommodation). 8UNDATS-18:13 (night), K.JO (night), tM p. m Atr Line Division. FOH X1DDLETOWN, WILLI MANTIC, Era O0 a. m., 13, '4:57, 6:10 p. m. Suxoats 4:67 p. m. Connecting at Middletown with Valley Division and at Wllllinaiitlo with N. V. N. E. and N. L. N. It. U.; at TurncrvIUo with Colchester branch. Northampton Dlvtslnn. FOR SHELB0HNB FALLS, TURNER'S FALLS, WILLIAMSBURG, HOLTOKE AND NEW HAHTFtVKD, and Intermediate staUons '7:45, 11:04 s. ra. and 400 p. tn. FOR NORTHAMPTON, WILLIAMSBURO and points this side At 6:55 p. m. Berkshire Division. FOH DERBY JUNCTION 439 p. m. FOR DERnt JUNCTION, BIRMINGHAM, ANSO-NIA.ETO.-7O0, 9:40 a. m 12:00, 3:37, 4 J8, 5:30 1-J36, 11:15 p. in. Sundays 8:10 a. m., tuTD p. m. I6r WATERBURV 7O0, 8O0 (via Nauga tuck Junction), 9:40 a. mM 12:00, 27, 5:30, 7:35 p. m. 8UNDAT8 8:10 a. in. FOR WINSTHDTOO, 9:40 a. m., 2: 27, 6:30 p.m Scndatb 8:10 a. m. FOR SHELTON, BOTSFORD. NEWTOWN, DANBURY, FITTSFIELD, STATE LINE 9:49 a.m., 438 p. m.r FOR A LBANY, BUFFALO. DETROIT, CIN CINNATI, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND THE WEST-via State Lino-9:40 a. m., 438 p. m. FOR LITCHFIELD and points on S., L. & N. B. R. (via HawleyviUe)-e:40 a. m., 4:28 p. m. Express Trains, tLocal Express. C..T. HEMF8TEAD, Gen. Passenger Agt, STAKIN'S MEW HAVEN TRANS PORTATION BINE. Every Day Except Saturday. n a. Leave New Haven from Starln's ABaBBCDock, foot of Brown street, at 10:15 o'clock p. m. The JOHN H. ST AKIN, Captain MoAilster, every Bundny, Tuesday and Thursday. - The WM. C. EGEHTON, Cap tain Spoor, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Returning, leave New York from Pier 18, N. B.. foot of Courtlandt street, at 9 p. tn.; the Starln every Monday, Wednesday ana Fri day; the Corning every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Fare, with berth In cabin, 75o; staterooms $1.00. Excursion Tickets $135. Tickets and staterooms can be purchased of John M. Lines, jr., 861 Chapol street; of Peck & Bishop, 703 Chapol street, John Morse, 09 Center street, and at the TontineHotel. Excursion dates for Glen Island are now open. Free stage leaves the depot on arrival of Hartford train, and from corner Church and Chnpel streets every half hour.coinmeholngat 8:30 o'clockn. nr. C. H. FISHER, Agent, New Haven, Conn. New Haven Steamboat Co. RICJIARD PECK, Leaves New Haven (Belle Dock) dally, 12:33 night. New York (Pier 25 East Hiver) J p. m., (except Sunday,) 10:30 a. m. C. H. N0RTHAM, New Haven, daily, 10:30 a. m.. New York 11:31 p. m., Saturday and Sunday 12 p. m. Fare $1.00. Excursion $1.50. Staterooms and tickets for sale at Peek & Bishop's 702 Chapel street, and at Mix's drug store. Through rates gtven and bills of lading Is sued to points West, South and Southwest by the Now Haven Fast Freight Line. Excursion Steamer Continental ls offered for charter during Summer season at very low rates. EDW. C. LsBOUKGEOIS, Agent. ...ANCHOR LINE. ,, .United States Mail Steamships Sail from New York every- Saturday FOB lOLASOOW via LONDONDERRY. Hates for Saloon Passage, By S. S. CITY OF ROME, SSO and upward. Other Steamers; Cabin, 845 and upward, ac cording to accommodation and location of room. Excursion Tickets at reduced rates : , Center Second Cabin, $30. Steerage, Out- - ward, s)6; Prepaid, 8)15. ' - Drafts at Lowest Current Rates. For Bok of Tours and other information, apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, 7 Bowling Green, N. Y.; or JohftH. Lines, jr., P51 Chapel street, or Wm. Fitzpatriok, 807 Grand avenue, or M. B. Newton & Co.. 86 Orange street, New Haven. , . y28 8m NEW HAVEN TAXES. rpHE subscriber gives notice to all persons JL liable to pay taxes in Now Haven on list of 1893, and payable September 1, 1894, for the Town. City, New. Haven City School Dlstrlot and Westvilie School District, that he will commence to receive taxes on said list on September 1st, 1894, at his office, No. 8 City Hall, Church street. Regular office hours 9 a. m. to 13m. and 2 to 6 p. m. THEODORE A. TUTTLE, " Collector of the above named taxes. New Haven, Conn., Aug. 9, 1894. aul021t Evening papers please copy. ABOUT q VXJLJLIVJL. JJXUI J . aiid 780 Oluipel Street: Tralwi Arrlre t New llaren. rrom New Tork. 1:10a. I.DOx, T;0a, 1:45a, :Wa, 10:06x. 10:64x.UOx. U:S0, UM a. m.i I3:fi0a noon; l.DOs. t:60s. 1:00a. $:. 4:50a, 1:15a, :4ti, l:4r, :M, T:o. l.Wx. t:tOa. X00a p. m.; U.2E wldnlfht Sunday 1:10s, 1:05s, '45a, 10:10a a. m.; iMx. i;4ox. tMt. p. m. From Philadelphia, Baltlraora and Washington, without change 1:15s a. oi. 4:10x p. Sunday l:lts a, m. From Boston. Wllllmantlo and Middle, town. Mia, 7;02x. 1:00 p. m. Bun day 7:02x p. m. From Boston, via Worcester and Bprlngfleld. 4:10s. 11:60a a. m.; 1J7X. 1:16s, 1:141. 5,-ooa, I.-04S. :66a p. tn. Sunday. 4 30x a. m.; 8:04s p. m. From Boston. Providence and New London. 4:4fis. 11:66a a. m.; 1:05s, l:2Sx, liix. 6:26x. 7:00s, 7:43a, :06s, ll:67x p. m. Sunday, 4:46s. :06x a. m.j 7:43a, 7:67s p. m. From Brldgeporu 1:10s, l.-Ots, l:lEs, :J6a, 7:40a. 8:46a, 6a, 10:05s, 10:46s. ll:00x, 11:66s a. m.; 12:60a noon; 1:00s, t:60x, 1:00a. 1:60s, 4:10s, 4:60s. 1:16a, 6:10a, l:40, :60x. 7:40", 8:00i. 1:60a, 10:60a p. ra.: 12:Ma midnight. Bun day, 1:10s. 1:06s. 3:16s. 8:46a, lOJOa a. m.; 4:60s, 6:60s, 8:20 p. m. From Stratford. Naugatuclc Junction, Mllford, Woodmont, Weat Haven and Way Stations from New York. 7:40, 8:45, 9:65 a. m.; 12:60 noon, 1:00, 6:36, 6:40 7:40, :, 10:60 p. m.; 18:25. (Don't atop at Nauflratuck Junction, W oodmont or West Haven) midnight Sunday, 8:45, 10:30 a. m.; 80 p. m. From Mertden, Hartford and Spring field. 4:20s, 76a, lOa, 8:30s, 11:60a a. m.j 1:27s, 2:16a, 1:24s, 6:06a, 6:46a, 8:04x, 8:55a, 11:20a p. m. Sunday, 4:20x, t:60a a. m.; 8.-04X p. m. From New Britain, Berlin, Mertden, Walllngford and Way Stations from Bprlngfleld. 7:66, 9:20, 11:60 a. m.; 3:15. 6:06, 6:46, 8:65, 11 'JO p. m. Sunday, 9:50 a. m. From Nlantle, Saybrook Junction, Clin- ton, Madison, Guilford, Stony Creek, Bninford, East Haven and Way Sta tions from New London. 7:40, 9:28, 11:65 a. m.; 3:17, 6:03, 7:43 p. m. Sun day, 7:43 p. m. From Way Stations from Providence. 11:65 a. m.; 7:43 p. m. Sunday, 7:41 p. m. From Turnerville, Portland, Northford, Montowese and all Way Stations from Middletown and WHlimantlo, 8:00 a. m.; 1:21, 9:00 p. m. Sunday, 7:02x p. m. 8tops at Middletown and Wllllmantlo only. From Northamptorf, Westfleld,' Chesh ire; Mt Carmel and Way Stations from Northampton. 9:28 a. m.; 1:2. 4:00, 8:00 p. m. From Shelton, Bottsford, Hawleyvllle, New Mllford, Danbury, PittsOeld, Al bany, N. T., the West and all Way Stations from Plttsfleld. 11:00 a. m.J 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 :'4S,'"7:10' p.' in.' Sunday, 7:45 a. m., 6:S2 p: m; ,': From Litchfield via Bridgeport 11:00 a. m., 6:10 p. m Sunday, 8:20 p. m. From Seymour, Naugatuck and Water bury. 7:16, 9:25, 11:59 a. m.,' 2:42, 4:43, 6:10, 7:10 ps m,;,8unday, B:32 p. m. - From Wlnsted. 9:25, 11:69 a, m., 4:43, 7:10 p. m. Sunday, 5:32. x Express, a Accommodation. Lo cal Express. Accommodation first part of the way. BUdxeal. THE ELM CITY PRIVATE DISPENSARY. U1U ABiwuia JUApvi ufrvusMMHi in nervous iiseumi, muw. u w -Hons, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, and all Private Diseasesj of Men and Women. WBAKlfioUUi;iliJJUUDirJ,J-a.nDo,. . Permanently located in this city. ti i.i n....aM aj4 anu.1.1 wnrlr vakflM i ' i T 1 .... in irlna B,,mmaafl tl-ca,- mentof Sexual Debility, Weakness, Despond- t n all j.flata nf Ktamum anA Abilses. Syphilis, and all diseases of thejrenito tcOfflce at Boom 9, Boardman Building, oornor Chapel and State streets. ' Offloe Hours: 9 a. m. to 13 m., 2 to 6 p.m. evenings 7 to 9. Sundays, 10 to 12 a. m. Patients treated by mail. Correspondenoa confidential. n EARLE & SEYMOUR, Solicitor! mt Ameiioan and Poreigi Patents. 868 Chapel Streot. L. W. BOBINSON. ARCHITECT,:, , ...v: Memoved to ' No. 760 CHAPEL STREET. I ozzoiMrs cordPLizxion iMrtfl MiHui t-unuMUWiev to the skfam. aemoTcsall pimples, fretiiMwaaisaekirattgaai lOVJDER. .Vorssle v v ..:..jt i. ' '