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NEV HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 1834
Miirottn. Bfpt 14,-Mrs. Charles M. Smith Is Unking fast and but Just alive last evening. The service nt riymouth church next Punflny evening will bo very Impres sive. They will take the form of memorial crvlce. nt which some vl cur well known minister! a well as Juymen will n-nk of the life and char acter of the late Rev. George H. Grlllln. Indian Klver grange, together with licr sister prang"' of Stratford, Orange anil Wooillnidge, enjoyed their annual nhore dinner to-day at Sanford's hotel, Woodmont. Dinner wiis served at 1 "clock and preparations had been made for a large gathering and a pleas ant time. Pr. E. B. Heady now draws the rib bona over a pair of handsome horses Instead of one. The bicycle race, which has been the topic of conversation for some time past, took place Monday afternoon, and was won by Martin J. Walnh. Some :100 changed hands on the result. Mr. Walsh Is but seventeen years of age and promises to be a rider of note. The route taken by these riders was from the club rooms In this village to the ball grounds at Bavin Rock and thence return to Washington bridge. The time was 1 hour and 21 minutes for the run. A TRIP TO ME II 'EST May Result in Decided Advantage to New Haven. Colonel Frank T. Lee goes to Minne apolis next Monday on a business trip of considerable Importance. This Is one of several he has made, and should negotiations be completed, which, un der favorable circumstances, It Is prob able will be the case, it will mean the locating in New Haven of a plant for the manufacture of certain electrical specialties, and be a decidedly import ant addition to the manufacturing in dustries which have made this city justly celebrated at home and abroad. State Fair. The Connecticut Agricultural society Is making extensive preparations for Its twenty-fifth annual exhibition, which IWill be held In Merlden, September 18th to 21st, inclusive. An entirely new ar rangements of the grounds have been made, and the public are assured of better accommodations and a better chmv this vear. The new city hall Will be used this year, owing to the choice character of the exhibits, 'inis win take the olace of the rink, hereto fore used for this department of the fair. Excursions on all tne ranroaas also an arrangement with the Merlden cioetrie. Tnad. As usual the vv.ui.u, Women's Relief corps and Political Equality club will cater. Thursday will be temperance day, under the manage ment of the W.C.T.U. Bolton Grumley is a queer genius always trying to outdo somebody. Truesdell Yes; he is riding a bicycle now. Bolton He is?Well, I'll say this for Grumley he'll never be satisfied with one hump; if he can't be a drom edary he'll quit the game. Puck. The Lehigh Valley Railroad is the picturesque line from New York to the west via Niagara Palls. Solid vestibule trains run through in 28 hours without change of oars. Send to W. B. Smith, General Eastern Passenger Agent, No. 235 Broadway, New York, for time-tables and illus trated descriptive matter in regard to the road. Gray Hair Gradually restored by Wells' Hair Balsam to original color, black or brown ; elegant tonic dressing. 50c, $1. Druggists, or $1 size prepaid by express for $1. E. 5. WELLS, Jersey City, Don't Die in the House. "Rough on Rats" is equally effective with flies, cockroaches and bedbugs as with rats end mice. Never fails. Sold all around the World; used by all civilized nations everywhere. Skin Humors, Pimples, Flesh Worms, Ring Worm, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Frosted Feet, Chilblains, Itch, Eczema, Ivy Poison, Barber's Itch, Scald Head, cured by "Rough on Itch" Ointment, 50c. Druggists or mail E. S.Wells, Jersey City.N. J. Hough oh Toothache. Instant reliet toe Does Tour Stomach Feel Mean, Miserable, distressed? Wells' Stomach Elixir will give you instant relief. For dis turbed digestion, distress, pain, or flatulence after eating, and to an acrid, raw, irritable, feverish, inflamed, tender, feeble stomach it gives most benign and happy relief. Comfort ing, soothing, m 50c. and $1.00 bottles at retail or wholesale druggists, or prepaid by express on receipt of price. E. S. wells, Jersey City. How to Manage a Husband. ' Give him Rocgh ow Bile Pills; if he's cross, Irritable, uneasy, his liver is out of sorts. If the liver is dormant, sluggish, inactive, congested, ho rte hilious. Then look out His sleep is disturbed; gets up more tired than he went to fced. The angels could not please him. Rough on Bile Pills are your only hope. One dose will right him. He'll take them, they're choco late coated and very small 10c. and 25c. at :ruegists or rnai ed. E.S. wells, jersey my, Long and favorably known as WELLS' THROAT and LUNG BALSAM, now. Rough on Coughs ItaMflvesCouffhsalmost Immediately; Is healln antt sootnnig to tne i,vdkk nAnnD h.-1.lni, cnrl tr niihlraome Alt ectlons of tne Throat and loosens the phlegm. A very valuable remedy in Broncnuss ana vhibuuiuiwu. a , auu Sough on Coughs, (Tablets), convenient to carry, 10c .New treatment, remarkably effective, prompt Kuei. 7 vouvtuueub 10 uute hiiu uarry. oh viuu I at herbs. 50c. Druggists or mailed. , E. S. WELLS, Jersey City. N.J. For public speakers, singers, &c. For allaying raw ness, soreness. Irritation, tenderness, Inflammation; eootiung and strengthening v the overstrained voice and throat. 25c. at Druggists or mailed. E. S. WELLS, Jersey City, N.J. To be assured at all times that the breath Is not offensive, rinse the mouth and gargle the throat dally with rough o Catarrh. . A pure, clean, clear antiseptic ; cures catarrh and catarrhal throat affections ; clears the head, nose and throat from all offensive or diseased collections. . vaiuaoie gargie lur aipauumoc, in i&ct every . ui lore kotow u cquureu or aauiu. ZDC u huvthisotox. Sept. U-There will be trotting at the park on Saturday. Compounce Is a fine place to so dur ing these line September days. The four o'clock train out from New Haven on afternoon" Is taken by South Ington people who prefer It to the night truln, ns they can get home In time for supper. The populist party has not yet called a caucus and it Is not known that they will, but they have had one speaker here. The close of Thursday afternoon and evening witnessed a fine sunset. The day was such as a person could de sire and one that outdoor people like. It is now time to go hunting and people who have guns will soon get out. The drinking fountain on the park Is being well patronized. As It Is run nlng all the time even little children who play on the walks occasionally go there and quench their thirst. Fanny Wilcox did not win at Phila delphia, but she Is not reported as being worsted by any of the favorites. To give a list of names of men' in Southington who would accept the of fice of governor and take the oath If elected would require some time, but it Is safe to say that we have some men here who could fill that office. We will give a few names, which Include men of nil parties: Honorable II. D. Smith, Honorable Stephen Walkley, Honorable M. H. Holcomb and at least six others. On the top of Waterbury mountain on the new road may be found a spring well which, as far as quality goes, cannot be bent. There Is no house near, but there are two or three barns. This well supplies water for drinking purposes and for cooking to the man who takes charge of Summit peach orchard. A thirsty traveler going that way will find this water sweet and refreshing. It is kept In by stone and there is a cup there for the use of anyone. A number of shade trees shade it from the sun. There is a grinding stone near by and you cannot miss it. The town election in October will will give us a chance to, see what has been done here the past year, and op portunity for the future. Farmers are sowing rye which will be ready for the reaper next July. AT THE CHURCHES. United Church Rev. T. T. Munger, D. D., pastor. Morning service at 10:30, preaching by the pastor. Sunday school at noon. T.P.S.C.E. prayer meeting at 6:15 p.m. First Methodist Episcopal church, corner College and Elm streets Rev. C.P.Masden.D.D., pastor.wlll preach at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath school 12. Young people's meeting 6:30. Church of Christ (Scientists), Room 13 Boardman building. Chapel corner State street. Services at 10:30 a. m. Sunday, 3 and 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. All are welcome, tf Church of the Redeemer, corner Or ange and Wall streets Watson Lyman Phillips, D. D., pastor. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. Evening service omitted un til the first Sunday in October. tf Church of the Messiah, Orange street, near Elm street. Preaching by Rev. J. H. P. Kenyon of Hope, Me. Morning service 10:30 a.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 12 m. Everybody invited. Davenport Church, Wooster Square I. C. Meserve, pastor. Rev. Howard W. Pope, speaking for the "Christian Workers," will preach at 10:30 a.m. Sun day school at noon. Christian endeavor at 6:30. No evening service. College Street Church, the Rev. Wil liam W. McLane, D. D., pastor. Divine services with a sermon by the pastor on "Faith's Answer to Unbelief" to-morrow at 10:30. Sunday school at 12. Young people's meeting at 6:30. Humphrey Street Congregational church (near Orange) Frank R. Luck- ey, pastor. Public worship at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., with sermons by the pas tor. Sunday school at 2. Y.P.S.C.E. at 6:15. No seats rented or reserved. All welcome. Grand Avenue Congregational Church The pastor, J. Lee Mitchell, will preach at 10:30 a.m. "The Theory of a Congregational Church." 7:30 p.m., Meekness and Manliness." 12 m Sun day school and Bible class. 6:15, Y.P.S. C.E. 10:50, baptism of infants. Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, corner George and Dwight streets. Rev. A. D. Vail, D. D., pastor. Prayer meeting at 9:30 a.m. Preaching at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m by the pastor. Sun day school at noon. Epwdrth league prayer meeting at 6:30 p. m. First Baptist Church, Wooster Place Rev. John H. Mason, pastor, will preach at 10:30 and 7:30. Sunday school and young men's Bible class at noon. Y. P.S.C.E. at 6:30. Subject of evening sermon, "Christ's Probe." All seats free. Strangers and young men specially in vited. Epworth M. E. Church, corner Or ange and Edwards streets Rev. Rufus T. Cooper, pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 a.m and 7:30 p.m. Sub ject of evening sermon, "The Burning Desire of Mankind for a Better Coun try." Seats free and a hearty welcome for all. Dwight Place Church Rev. Dr. Twit- chell, pastor. Preaching by the pastor at lu:su a.m. Sunday school at 12 m. and 2:30 p. m. Young people's meeting 6:30 p. m. iraise service 7:30 p. m. Tuesday evening meeting 7:u. Grace M. E. church. Rev. Frank A, Scofield, pastor. Preaching at 10:3o! topic, "Bringing Good Tidings," also at 7:30, topic, "The Harvest Time." Sun day school at 12 m. Junior society at 3. Young people's meeting at 6:15. All seats free and a cordial welcome to all. TOXTYSIX MADE VOTERS. Progress of the Work of Registering Women for Monday' School Election. Town Clerk Brethauer was kept busy yesterday registering women so that they can vote at the coming school election next Monday. During the day forty-six women were made voters. The names and residences are as fol lows: ' Harriet L. Blakeslee of 64 Prince street, Annie E. Borden of 219 Hamilton street, Catherine Carroll of 293 Wailase street, Mary A. O'Keefe of 817 Orange street, Ella M. Orannlss and Henrietta Bhepard of 10 East Ferry street, Clara Kleiner of 169 Wooster street, Marga ret R. Austin of 9S Pearl strat, Harriet R Blaine of 31 Wall street, Julia N. M. Fowler of 1193 Chapel atreet. Carrie W. Smith of 173 Oak street, Elizabeth 8. White of H7 Humphrey street, Jessie A. Mix of 138 College street, Adella Lennox of 99 Newhall street, Grace L. Rice of 315 Winchester avenue, Susan M. Con verse of 1 Whalley avenue, Lucy L. Rlebert of 62 Bright street, Florence J. Hndley of 611 Whitney avenue, Hattle J.Baldwin of 190 Olntchley avenue.Edlth M. Duckbee of 72 Cottage street, Llssle J. ltnlrd of 42 Orchard street, Emily M. Dahcock of 66 Humphrey street, Imogens L. Carter of 67 Humphrey street. One feature of the day's registration was the swearing In of the first colored woman to be made a voter under the new law, her name being Gertrude W. Johnson, of 42 Elm street. The others who became voters were: Emma J. Rellly of 41 Judson avenue, Lizzie D. Rich of 108 Gregory street, Esther Weiss or 71 State street, Mary E. Stlllman of 273 Lombard street, Sarah J. Root of 857 Grand avenue, Agnes Trowbridge of 685 Orange street, Mary T. Hopson of 133 Lawrence street. xurvnucAS delegates To the Coming State Convention Other Delegates. Columbia, state Joseph Hutchlns, James P. Little. Congressional L. B. West, Fred A. Hemt. County-Abbott Little, Albertus A. Holmes, William P. Johnson, Wade A. Snow. Senatorial E. P. Lyman, C. E. Brown, Henry C. Isham, W. A. Lyman. Probate-William A. Collins, William H. Kneeland, O. B. Fuller, Joel Tucker. Wethersfleld, state Leslie E. Adams, the Honorable E. D. Robbins, R. R. Wolcott, Henry Buck. Congressional Stephen M. Wells, E. S. Goodrich, C. F. Robinson, F. N. Grls wold. County Dudley Wells, E. N. Love land, E. G. Woodhouse, W. T. Fenn. Senatorial J. G. Adams, R. T. Hew itt, F. J. Wells, T. N. Hammer. Probate F .A. Havens, E. Wolcott Wells, E. J. Bulkley, Arthur Grlswold. Town committee W. T. Fenn, E. G. Woodhouse, T. N. Hammer, Dudley Wells, R. T. Hewitt, Stephen Churchill. Hebron, state Henry A. Spaford, Jr., Alfred L. Bissell, Fred Prentice, John H. Buell. Congressional Charles G. Allyn, Al ert S. Blish, William T. Warner, John R. Gilbert. Senatorial P. W. Turner, Joslah M. Pain-Killer Always Has Cured Summer Complaints It Always Will. It's as certain to cure Cramps, Colic, Cholera Morbus, If Dysentery, Diarrhoea, and is to shine. Such ills go as this good old remedy is used. It is well to remember that serious sickness can often be prevented by taking a j teaspoonful of Pain-Killer in ways keep it by you. Sold j has been doubled, but the j Prepared PERRY DAVIS & SON, Providence, R. I. SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. IToiMetttM We are prepared to show NEW TARIFF PRICES. Our special line o! SCHOOL Are Worthy 81 3 -5 - 817 CiiecU Cloii Co., Buell, Hart E. Buell, John C Randall. County-James H. Jagger, Marshall Porter, Frank Rj Post. Charles F. Burt Town committee Marshal Porter. Avon, state Harrison Woodford, Robert J. Holmes. Congressional Frank M. Hadsell, Willis C. Chldsey. County-Robert J. Holmes, Frank 8. Hart. Benatorlal-Samucl Gibson, Fred Bernhardt Stafford Springs, state Judge J. W. Chandler, J. G. Wlghtman. Congressional W. B. Flsk. Probate Wlliam Peel. Senatorlal-S. F. Maine, John M. Lar ned. County-J. C. Converse, William P. Aniidon. Saybrook, stated-George F. Spencer, James B, Lord, Elliot Bid well, W. W. Jennings. County Mllon Pratt. H. O. Jones, M. W. Potter, F, A. Hcfflon. Senatorial H. M. Snell, T. 1 Park er, W. A. Hull, W. G. LaPlace. Congressional J. J. Bushnell, S. 8. Parker, W. H. Chapman, Charles 8. Bailey. Probate-C. A. Curlland, C. M. Pratt, E. A. Jennings, Frank H. Spencer. ' Town committee George F. Spencer, Charles R. Marvin. Ashrord, state John Mathewson, John A. Brown, John A. Murphy, John S. Gray. CountyJohn A. Brown, John A. Murphy, Maro E. Lewi,' E. Lincoln White. Scotland, state William Palmer, C. M. Smith. County A. M. Clark, G. S. Carey. Windsor Locks, state A. W. Glover, John Q. Adams. Congressional O. Cleveland, J. R. Montgomery. Senatorial Samuel Sowter, A. F. Saxton, E. W. Cohoon, A. D. Coffin. County A. F. Saxton, D. O. Abbe. Probate F H. Phelp.s G. W. Gates. Town committee S. M. McAuley, E. B. Bailey, Orange Cleaveland. Manchester, state M. S. Chapman, Olln RT Wood, Charles E. House, Dr. F. H. Whltpn,; f Congressional N. T. Pulslver, J. N. Shewry, T. P. Aitkin, Richard O. Che ney. ,y'.' Senatorial James Farmer, Robert N. Strong, James D. Pickles, F. E. Wat kins. . ;! County James W. Cheney, William C. Cheney, Aaron Johnson, James Trot ter, second. Clinton, state Ty. H. Kelsey, Horatio Kelsey. ' Congressional James L. Davis, John A. Stanton. (: ' County Ellas W. Wellman, H. C. Hull. Senatorial George A. Olcott, Thomas Anderson, W. H. Stafford, F. S. Wil I all such troubles, as the sun quickly as they torhe when warm water or milk. Al- everywhere. T",:: quantity price remains the same. only by an excellent assortment at AT $3 aid $4 oi Attention. : ChapelStreei COURT XEVORD. City Court Criminal BUleJndga Callahan. George Anderson, theft, discharged; Jacob L. Lowensteln, breach of the peace, 15 One, drunk, 15 fine, 15.42 costs; Patrick Duffy, drunk, 30 days, 16.24 costs, resisting Officer Jackson, 110 line. Court Kotos. In the probate court yesterday At torney Jason P. Thompson was ap pointed trustee of the Insolvent estato of Arthur L. Mallory, grocer, of 40 Grand avenue. Aaron 3. Lyon of 13 Court street has sued the Winchester Repeating Arms company to recover 110,000 damages for Injuries received while In the employ of the company. Lyon was employed In the box department up to the time he was Injured three years ago. While at work, it is alleged by him, that owing to a defective steam saw his right arm was cut so seriously that he has never re gained the use of it He has been under medical treatment for a long time, but he has small hopes of ever being able to use his arm again. The accident, he claims, was due to the company's negli gence. THE PEERLESS ORLOFF. History of the Oroftt Diamond. imond.'the pride of 01 the world, n from' India lor in the lastVsntury and 1 Catherine. the great . a pension of $4,000 aye of nobility. She at ence gave it I :antio lover, Colonel Orloff, hence its n St This illustration represents a very attractive pocket pin cushion, which we will send free to any one. Address CHASE & SANBORN, BOSTON. District of New Haven, ss. Probftte Court,! Sept. lath, ISM. f -17ISTATE of JOHN 8. HOWARD, late of XU New Haven, in said district, deceased. The Court of Probate for the district of New Haven bath Umltetl and allowed six monrns from the date hereof for the creditors of said estate to exhibit their claims for settlement. Thn whn nwrlpot to oresent their accounts. properly attested, within said time will be de barred a recovery. All nersons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to JAMES D. HOWARD, STORAGE. SIEDLEY BEOS. & CO., !7l to 175 Brewery Street. stnrno-p fnr Furniture. Pianos. Car riages and general merchandise. Access at all reasonable times, a man constantly w attendance. Paaaea vans anaexpenenoeu raovi. Pontine hnxinir and shipping promptly attended to at low rates. Telephone at all hours, day or night, EVERYTHING To Make Your Home. Beautiful and . Life Happy. WHITE ENAMEL, BATH ENAMEL, . VARNISH STAINS, GOLD PAINTS, READY FOR USB. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street, Courier Building, New Haven. Conn. MONARCH Your choice of Rims and Tires Call and See' Them. Buckingham Clart Jackson State THREE Emannj Busman AlieboOrlofni IgMsAid the sdmitloc iti lake size, was jtpli ftirln. forSlraX r-. ' CHAMBER SUITES Arrived last" week. Watch our Chapel Street Win dOW lor ppeciai .a: nf annate 1e far ahoflit of anvtMna1 uur rail uuo vj, vf ever before exhibited in 111 ...nt M n ' WiU Burpnoo , jr . Povinp Riiitos. Easv r ' , ja ' i manuiacture ; come anu i f Choice lines oi Rugs, mats, bnaaes, Lace mvlt PanAP Hansrinsfs. etc. ' " 1WU9) H1vivb .-r . -w " ' . Largest and Leading Low Priced Housed urnishing Store in the city.; s . - .. : : ; w n' ARiisTRONo & co.. 68-97 Orange Street Srcutlltvs' (Sttifa, New York, New Hayenand Hartford R.B. gtwtr S, 1894. TRAINS f-RAVENKW HAVEN AS FOLLOWS FOR NEW YOltK-MiOO, HM, t:M, TiJ), tg;10, 8:30, 0:!J, tUMO a. m, "UKM, lUKH, HiW (parlor car limited), '1:05. 1.-45, fcOT, 8:00, KIO, U:U, TWO, VfcM, ti, TilO, S.IO, (8:1 Bridgeport accommodation), 1:10, U p. m. eoHDAYS-a4:30, '4 50, 8.00 a. mH t6:00, t:14. 7:10, 8:10.8:13, WO p. m. FOR WASHINGTON VIA HARLEM B1VEB -li:10 a. m. (dally). '1:10 p. ra. KOU BOSTON VIA SPHINOFIELO-U: 10:10. U.-OSs. m., 'l.-OJ, 'MB p. m. SuSDATS l:20(nl(rht), 'li:Kp. m. FOlt BOSTON VIA NEW LONDOU AND PHOVIDENCE-S:13, 2J0. '11JJ (psrlor osr UmIted)a.m.,12,S:,,4:ia, 'iM mi M p.m. Sukdats 1:i3, tM a. m., "6;M p. m. FOR BOSTON VIA AItt LINE ANDN.Y.A N.E. R, R.-H-.S! p. ra. SownATS W7 p. m. FOR MERIDEN, HARTFORD, SPIHNQ. FIELD, ETO.-UJ0 (nlifbt). 6:40, 8:00, tUilO, 10:50 (White Mountain first stop Hartford, 11:05 a. ra., 12.08, 1K. 3;10, 8:00, '5:53, (8:U to Hartford), 8:05, 10:08 p. m. BcDAT-Ui (nlKht), 5S, 835 (accomodation) p.m. New London DIvLlon. FOR NEW LONDON, ETC 1:13 (night), 3:10 (night), 7:50, :30,U., '11:35 (parlor oar limit ed), a. mM '12-fit, tM, 3M. '4:15, '4:55, 5:15, 8:15, 8:55, (0:05 p. m. Guilford aooommodatlon), Sukda YS-":13 (night), tM (night), '85 p. m, Air Line Dlrlalon. FOR seiDDLETOWN, WTLLIMANTIO, Bra flKB a. m., 1:35, '4:57, 8:19 p. m. Sundats- 4:57 p. m. Connecting at Mlddletowo with Vallev Division and at Wllilmantlo with N. Y. Ic N. E. and N. L. N. B. K.; at Xurnervllle with Colohoster branoh. Northampton Dlrlnlon. FOB BHELBURNE FALLS, TURNER'S FALLS, WILLIAMSBURG, HOLTOKB AND NEW HARTFORD, and Intermediate stations -7:45, 11:04 . m. and 4:00 p. m. FOR NORTHAMPTON, WILL1AMSBUBO and points this side At 5:55 p. m. Berkahlre DlvUlon. FOB DERBY JUNCTION 4:28 p. m. FOR DERBY JUNCTION. BIRMINGHAM, ANSO NIA, Etc. 7:00, 9:40 a. m., 12:00, 237, 433, 5:1) 7:35, 11:15 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 8:30 p. m. FOR WATERBURY 7:00, 9:40 a. m., 12:W, SM, 5:30, 7:35 p . m. SUNDAYS 8:10 a. m. TOR WINSTED 7KM, 9:40 a. m., 2: 27, 5:30 p.m 8UNDAYB-8:10a. m. FOR SHELTON, BOTSFORD, NEWTOWN, D ANBURY, PITTBFIELD, STATE LINE 9:40 a. m., 4:28 p. m. FOR ALBANY, BUFFALO, DETROIT, CIN CINNATI, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND THE WEST via State Line 9:40 a. m., 438 p. m. FOR LITCHFIELD and points on S., L. & N. R. B. (via Hawleyville) 9:40 a. m., 4:3i p. m. Express Trains, t Local Express. C. T. HEMPSTEAU, Gen. Passenger Agt STAKIN'S NEW HAVEN TRANS PORTATION WE. Daily Except Saturdays. . - -IT . Str. JOHN H. STARIN, Captain ifi3HHCMcAll6ter.leavt B NewHaven from Stan us her, foot of Brown street, at 10:15 p. m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Str. WM. O. EGERTON. Captain Spoor, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Tho Starin leaves Now York from Pier 18, North River, at 9 p. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 'Xhe Eg erton, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fare, 75c; excursion tickets, $135. fctate. rooms, $1.00. Tickets and staterooms for sale at J. M. Lines, Jr.s', 851 Chapel street; Peck & Bishop, 702 Chapel street; Tontine Hotel, and John Morse, M Center street. Free stage leaves the depot on arrival of Hartford train, and from corner Churckand Chapel streets every half hour, commencing at 8-30 v. m. 'through freight rates given and bills of lading issued to points west, south J 'southwest. C. H. FISHER, Agent. Order your freight via Starin Line. New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHAED PECK, River), 3 p.m. C. H. NORTHAM, New Haven, daily (except Sunday). 10:30 a. m.; New York. 11:30 p. m., Saturday fi p. m. Staterooms and tickets for sale at Peok & Bishop's -702 Chapel street, and at Mix's drug store. . J.. . j i,,,,- nt iariinta- Througn rates given mm v-."o is sued to points West, South and Southwest by ffioNew Haven Fast Freight Line ntitsra from deoot to night boat on ar rival of trains. rTnrrorlVnra ANCHOR LINE. United States Mall Steamships Sail from New York every Saturday FOR GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY. Rates for Saloon Passage, n.mv HAW BRA anH inwanJ Other Steamers, Cabin, 845 and upward, ac onrdinir to accommodation and location of Center Second Cabin, $30. Steerage, Out ward,x5; Prepaid, 15. Drafts at Lowest Current Rates. weir Hook or lours anu jlui- iuiwuuuuil Green N.Y.; or Jota Lin es, jr' ffiichapel otM. B. Newton & Co., 86 Orange street New Haven. BICYCLES. Highest Grade. Weighs 25 Pounds. Agents 294 296 298 State street OF cargains uauy. - , w T J 7, the city. Prices so low they ChairS. Couches our own MAM 4-Vl AM 1 " soo and 780 Chapel Street, Trains Arrlye at New Haren. rrom New Tork. lUOx. l OCn. T:0a, s:oa, ;ms, IQMm, 10;M.11;00x, 11:80s, U ttx a. m.) 11:60 noon; l.-oox, t:50x, 1:00a, :Mx, i.tOx, J:3Ba. l:4Ss. 6 :),. :80x, l.W, f.Wx, 9:Ma, 10:60a p. m.; 13:tta mMnlfht Sunday 1:10s. l:0Ks. 1:45a. 10:20 a. m.) :Wx. 1:44s, 1:60s. t-tO" P. m. Ftom Phlladslphla. Baltimore and Wasblnton. without change MSs a. m. 4:16s a m Sunday IU6s a. m. From Boston, Wllilmantlo ul Mlddl town, imm, T.-01S, 1.-00 p. m. Sua. day T.-Ors p. m. Ftom Boston, via Worcester and opnnneid. :0s, 110 a. m.j lTs. 1:16a, S:!4z, X)5a, l.-tMs, 1:66a p. m. Sunday, :J0s a. m.! I:04x n. m. From Boston, Provldencs and New. -onaoa 4:46s, 11:66a a. m.: Irt6s. litx. Ittx, 6:s, 7:00s. 7:41a. 1:06s. H:67s p. m. Sunday, 4:46s, 9:06s a. m.; 7:4Sa. 7:57s & m. From Bridgeport. 1:10s, l5s, 1:16s.' :soa, T:wa, 1:46a, 9M, 10:05s, 10:45s. llKWx. 11:66s a. m.j 12:60a noon) 1:00s, 1:60s, 1:00a, 1:60s. 4:10s. 4:60s, 6:16a, :10a, 6:40". IOs. T:40, 1:00s, :60a, 10:60a p. m.; U:Z5a midnight Sun day. 1:10s. 1:06s. 1:16s. 1:46a, 10:20a a. m.: 4:50s. 6:60s. M p. m. From Stratford, Naugatuck Junction, Minora, woodmont, West Haven and Way Stations from New Tork. 7:40, 8:46, 1:66 a. m.; 12:60 noon, 1:00, 5:18, 6:0 7:40, 9:60. 10 p. m.; U:26. (Don't atop at Naugatuck Junction, Woodmont or West Haven) midnight, Sunday, 8:45, 10:20 a. m.; t:20 p. m. From Merlden, Hartford and Spring. Held. 4:20s, 76a, IdOa, 8:30s. U:60a a. m.; 1:27s. 1:16a, IMx, 6:06a. 6:45a, 844s, 8:55a, 11:20a p. m. Sunday, 4:20s, t:60a a. m.: iMx p. ra. From New Britain, Berlin, Merlden, Walllngfofd and Way Stations frons Springfield. 7:56, 9:20, 11:60 a. m.; 1:16. 6:05, 6:46. 8:66, 1130 p, m, Sunday, 9:60 a. m. From Nlantlo, Saybrook Junction, Clin ton, Madison, Guilford, Stony Creek. Branford, East Haven and Way Sta tions from New London. 7:40, 8:28, 11:66 a. m.; 1:17, 5:01, 7:43 p. m. Butt, day, 7:48 p. m. From Way Stations from Providence. 11:55 a. m.; 7:43 p. m, Sunday, 7:41 p. m. From Turnervllle, Portland, Northford. Montowese and all Way Station from Mlddletown and Wllilmantlo. 8:00 a. m.; 11, 9:00 p. m. Sunday, 7:02z p. m. Stops at Mlddletown and Wllilmantlo only. From Northampton, Westfleld, Chesh ire, Mt Carmel and Way Station from Northampton. 9:22 a. m,; 1J8, 4:00. 8:00 p. m. - From Bhelton, Bottsford, Hawleyville, New Milford, Danbury. PltUneld, Al bany, N. T., the West and all Way) Stations from Plttsfleld. 11:00 a. m. 8:00 p. m. Sunday. i-M p. m. From Derby, Birmingham and Anso nia. 7:16, 926, U:00. U:69 a. m., 1:44, 4:43, 7:10 p. m. Sunday. 7:46 a. nx, 5:32 p. m. - From Lttohfield 'via Bridgeport. 11:04 a. m., 6:10 p. m. Sunday, 8:20 p. m. From Seymour, Naugatuck and Water bury. 7:16. 926. U:69 a. m.. 2:43. 4:43, 6:10, 7:10 p. m. Sunday, 6:31 p. m. From Winsted. 9:25, 11:69 a. Ml, 4:43, 7:10 p. m. Sunday. 6:32. z fexpress. a Accommodation. Lo cal Express. Accommodation first part of the way. DB. KELLT, Graduate of three unlverslrlee. years' experience in all chronlo diseases. Old. Kellabln. Exnert Soeoiallst Tn Nprvnun DineAHeM. Blood aud tikln Affec tions, Kidney and Bladder troubles, and all Private Diseases of men and women. YOUNG MEN Suffering from the effects of youthful follies n.inHiuirfHnnR. nr troubled with weakness. Nervous Debility, Loss of Memory, Despond- ency. Aversion to oociewr, amuoj injuuiuo, or any disease of the Gentto-Urioary Orprans, can here find a safe and speedy cure. Chanrrs reasonable, especially to poor. CUBES GUAKANaiSBlJ. . . MIDDLE-AGED MEN Troubled with too frequent evacuations of the bladder,, often acoompanied by a slight smarting or burning sensation, and weaken ing of the system In a manner the patient cannot account for, the dootor will guarantee a perfect cure In all such oases, and healthy restoration of the genito-urlnary organs. vmrfHtrelv cured without pain by a new method, entirely original with us. No cut ting or cautery used. No detention from reirular buins n roarv. WOfflne at Boom 9. Boardman Bulldtnx corner Chapel and State streets. , Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 12 mn S to IS p. nv. evenings 7 to 9. Sundays, 10 to 12 a. m. Patients treated by mall. Correspondence confidential. n3 EABLE& SEYMOUR, SOLICITORS OF. AmeriGan and Foreign 868 Chapel Street, ' KEW HAVEN,' CONN. L. W. ROBINSC ARCHITECT, Uemoved to No. 760 CHAPEL STREET. 1 1 1 1 MEDICATED UJ COMPLEXION Ulmparta a SrUHaat tranapanm ts.the ikia, aemoTM .11 p(mpl, fraoklM ud (Uaooiorttloaa, UOVJDER. .Tar Ml frrthfsi.j PA TINTS f ? '