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NE W ilA VEN MORNING J O UKJN AL AN D, UOUK1ER, SA I UKDAY, NOVEMBER 10 1894
WALLIXGt'OKD.
A fang of about twenty-five linemen
arrived here yesterday from western
OMo, where they with many othert
have been putting through a telephone
line, but were summoned east to assist
In the repairs to the telephone system
In and about Connecticut damaged by
the storm. They are stopping at Burr's
hotel and other places on the plains.
Mr. Henry Scranton, formerly a resl
dont of Bristol avenue, died November 1
at Clear Spring Harbor, Fla., aged bov-cnty-nve
years.
Burt Myers on Saturday last severed
his connection with the Bristol Brass
company and is here at home this
week.
M. B. Cook reports that over near
Heed's flap for fully a mile every tele
phone pole Is down owing to the late
glorr.1.
Company K has voted to give an en
tertainment and dance in the armory
early in December. The committee ap
pointed comprises Captain Barber, Leon
L. Hall and R. J. Lane.
With Texas and Walllngford lost
there can be but little hope for the
democratic party.
Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co.'s works
are running evenings since election
day.
The will of the late Charles Preston
loaves all of his property to his widow
during her lifetime, with no instruc
tions as to its disposition aftr her
death.
It Is probable that a special town
meeting yill be called to make provi
sions for the deficiency created in the
town's Income by the reduction of the
license fee by the county commission
ers. The borough election will be hejd
next week Saturday, and as yet there
Is but little interest manifested as to
who the candidates are to be.
Roland F. Andrews and Miss Ger
trude Darrow will be married at 6:30
o'clock Wednesday evening, November
14, at the home of the bride in New
Haven.
J. A. Martin will begin his duties as
judge of probate on January 9.
The changing of the license from I40O
to $300 will take just $2,200 out of the
town receipts. The action of the coun
ty commissioners is condemned by
nearly everybody except the saloon
keepers.
A. H. Dutton post, G. A. R., had Its
annual Inspection last evening, and
Commander Rogers and a large delega
tion from Merriam post of Meriden
were down here and were royally en
tertained by the local veteran
BIG GAME KEXT WEDNESDAY
At Tale Field The Chicago Athletic Club.
The Chicago Athletic club football
team will play at the Tale field on
Wednesday afternoon. This year's
eastern trip of the club is causing much
Interest in the football world, for it
has been predicted that the Chicago
team would lower the colors of some of
the large colleges before the season fin
ished. It is probably the strongest
football organization, outside of a few
college teams, In the country, having
on it such men as Heffleflnger, Yale s
greatest guard; Bull, her most famous
full-back, and many other of the heroes
of the gridiron. This week they de
feated the strong Boston Athletic asso
ciation team by a score of 24 to 0, which
is about as well as Yale and Harvard
have done. Harvard has a game sched
uled for this afternoon and will cer
tainly be given a hard fight, and some
think she may be defeated. The game
next Wednesday will be the most im
portant played in New Haven this
year.
Gray Hair
Gradually restored by Wells' Hair Balsam to
eriginal color, black or brown ; elegant tonic
dressing, 50c., $1. Druggists, or $1 size prepaid
by express for Sr. E. S. WELLS, Jersey City.
Don't Die in the House.
"Rough on Rats'" is equally effective witt
flies, cockroaches and bedbugs as with rats
and mice. Never fails. Sold all around the
world; used by all civilized nations everywhere.
Skin Humors,
Pimples, Flesh Worms, Ring Worm, Tetter,
Salt Rneum, 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.
Rough on Toothache. Instant relief. 10c
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. In 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 Hnsband.
Give him Rough on Bile Pills: if he's cross,
irritable, uneasy, his liver is out of sorts. If the
liver is dormant, sluggish, inactive, congested,
be gets bilious. Then look out His sleep is
disturbed ; gets up more tired than he went to
bed. 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
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known as WELLS'
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Relieves CouKhs almost
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relievos hacking and troublesome Affections of the
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BS. a WELLS, Jersey City, N.J.
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ness, soreness, irritation, tenderness. Inflammation;
soothing and strengthening to the overstrained roles
and throat. 26c at Druggists or mailed.
g. B.wnaiijB. jersey Ulty, . J.
To be assured at all times that the breath 1 not
offensive, rinse the month and gargle the throat
dally with Bough oa Catakhh. ' -
A pure, clean, olear antiseptic ; cures catarrh and
catarrhal throat affections dears the head, noes
and t hroat from all offensive or diseased collections.
A valuable gmrgie tor diphtheritic. In fact even
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lXUEXMi
ACCESS TO EAST ROCK PARK
jf.iroJt a August's rsorosAZ ros
AJfJSLEOTMXO BOAD TO TUB TOP.
Important Meeting of I'ark Commissioners
Last Night Legislature WH1 be Asksd to
Authorise the Work During the Coming
Winter titer Business.
At the meeting of the park commis
sion last evening- Mayor Bargent pre
sented the following communlcatlon.and
the members decided fto adopt the
recommendation! contained therein.The
subject was discussed at length, as was
also the communications between the
mayor and the officials of the New Ha
ven Street Railway company. The com
munications In full follow:
To the New Haven Commission of Pub
lic Parks:
I respectfully call your attention to
a means of getting to the top of East
Rock, to which I have given considera
ble thought, and Which, If adopted, I be
lieve will prove to be economical, safe
and in every way satisfactory, and a
great benefaction to all the people, and
especially to those who do not own car
riages.
Comparatively few of the whole peo
ple of the city visit East Rock park, be
cause of the expense of riding and the
weariness of walking to the top of the
rock, and In consequence the park Is
not doing so much good as It is capable
of doing, nor so much as we ought to
get from It, and the outlay upon it
The means I propose for your approv
al Is that of an electric railroad.
After several careful Inspections of
several possible routes,! am of the opin
ion that the best route, all things con
sidered, is to enter the park from the
east and west cross-road that connects
the Whitney avenue road to Centerville
with the State street road to North
Haven.
THE APPROACH AND ROUTE.
Leave the Whitney avenue road at the
corner near the new ice house, cross the
new bridge at the north of the first lake,
and proceed to a point near the sum
mit, and there bear off to the right
into the park, and to the highest point
in the open field near themorth of Far
num drive. From that point cross over
that drive and proceed up the rising
ground in a southerly and then south
westerly direction, swing around south
easterly on the front of "South View
ridge," then proceed southeasterly along
the south front side of Whitney peak to
the Farnum drive, cross it on a trestle
bridge near the summer house and pro
ceed southeasterly and easterly, follow
ing near the water pipe to and around
the corner; then proceed along near the
base of the high bluff, with a moderate
grade to the English drive; cross the
drive by a bridge near the water pipe
stand, some few hundred feet easterly of
its junction with the Farnam drive.
Then continue up the rising ground In
a southeasterly direction about half
way between the Farnam and English
drives, and come out on the level about
one or two hundred feet easterly of the
stables; continue in a southeasterly
direction to near the upper drive, keep
ing at the east, southeast and south
of it, and some ten feet below it.ending
at the east end of the new walled plaza
at the south side of the summit
This route, its construction and
operation, will involve no Changes what
ever In either of the carriage drives. It
would be an Improvement, as to room
for the tracks, to remove the carriage
way of the upper drive at the east and
southeast ' of the Soldiers' monument
about ten feet nearer the monument,
but that is not at all necessary.
It affords as great a variety of pic
turesque and generally beautiful views
as the carriage roads afford, and all
the distant views. It will cross the
English drive but once and then by a
bridge. It will cross the Farnam drive
but twice, one of the crossings being
necessarily by a bridge. All the
crossings, whether by bridge or at
grade, will be on nearly straight and
level portions of the carriage roads
and railroad, and in plain sight from
a considerable distance each way.
The expense of constructing the road
by either of two routes east of Whit
ney peak would be somewhat less, but
the view from "South View Ridge"
would be left out
With this is a copy of a letter to the
New Haven Street Railway company
and the reply of that company, which
I place before you for your very early
consideration, so that, if favorable,
that- corporation may apply to the
legislature for such action as may be
necessary to authorize the company -to
proceed with, the work during the com
ing winter.
I may add that it is expected that
the fare from any point on the line of
the New Haven Street Railway com'
pany this side of Woodward's corners
to the new ice house, north of Whitney'
ville, will be five cents, and another
fare of five cents from that ice house
to the top of East Rock. Respectfully,
JOSEPH B. SARGENT, Mayor.
New Haven, Nov. 2, 1894.
To the New Haven Street. Railway
Company:
Gentlemen Referring to our recent
preliminary topographical examina
tion of, East Rock Park with, the view
of ascertaining the feasibility of the
construction and operation of an elee-
trie railroad to the top of East Rook
through a connection with either your
State street or your Whitney avenue
line, or with both lines, arid referring
especially to the decidedly expressed
opinions of your Mr. Krutz, represent
Ing the majority interests in your cor
poration, that the proposition is eri'
tirely practicable m all respects
proper permission be granted; , and
learning that Mr. Krutz Is again in
the city, I write for the purpose of
asking for- a written expression of
your opinions upon the question, and
vour views concerning ine construc
tion and operation of such a road.
that I may place them before the New
Haven commission ' of public parks at
Its November regular meeting.
I well understand that you cannot
safely make a proposition Until after a
careful survey of the several possible
routes by competent engineers, after
the leaves have fallen from the trees
and underbrush. Tours truly,
- . J. B. Bargent, Mayor.
New Haven, Conn., Nov. S, 1894.
Hon. J. B. Sargent, Mayor,
New Haven, Conn.:
Dear sir; In reply V your favor of the
2d lnst we beg to saf that the commit
tee composed of Messrs. Corey, Dodge
and Krut representing the New Ea-
ven Street Railway company, Who at
your request accompanied you In a re
cent examination of the topography of
East Rock park, have since that data
conferred with the directors of the com
pany on the subject of the extension of
Its street railway system to the top of
said park. There would seem to he no
doubt as to the entire practicability of
the enterprise, not that cars can be
safely operated over the grades of the
proposed route, and Is sufficiently evi
denced by experience elsewhere on
heavier grades.
While some of our directors are not
free from doubt as to the profit to the
company from this extension as pro
posed, yet we are Inclined to build It if
the park commissioners so elect, we
sharing In your wish to Individualise
the city In the possession of a unique
ttractlon accessible to the masses In
stead of to the few as now, believe that
Indirectly, if not directly, some benefit
may In time accrue to this company.
If the New Haven commission of pub
lic parks will at its November meeting
take official action favoring the con
struction and operation of said road by
this compary, It will apply to the legis
lature for the necessary authority; and
if obtained, proceed promptly and ener
getically In the construction of said
road.
As soon as accurate surveys can be
made, plans will be submitted for ap
proval, accompanied by a formal propo
sition of this company for the Immediate
construction of the road In time for use
In the season of 1895.
Very respectfully,
New Haven Street Railway Company.
By David Corey, Pres.
By George A. W.Dodge, Sec.
Commissioners Farnam.Engllsh.Brad-
ley and Blaka were present and express
ed themselves as strongly favoring the
project, which they declared would be
the means of opening up the beauties of
the park to the public. Owing to the im
portance of the subject further discus
sion was deemed advisable, and con
sequently it was decided to hold anoth
er meeting next week, when definite ac
tion will be taken on the matter.
List of Patents
Issued from the patent of&ce.Tuesday,
Nov. 6th, 1894, for the state of Connec
ticut furnished us from the office of
Earle & Seymour, solicitors of patents,
868 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn.:
G. E. Adams, assignor to Traut &
Hlne Mfg. Co., New Britain, cast off
for suspenders.
Same, Manufacture of sheet metal
suspender buckles.
C. H. Barrows, Wllllmantlc, railway
car.
E. L. Carrlngton, Bristol, apparatus
for automatically polishing articles of
manufacture.
C. O. Case, assignor to P. & F. Corbln,
New Britain, door check or closer.
H. Casey, assignor one-half to F. H.
Strong, West Hartford, halter.
J. S. Copeland, Hartford, assignor to
Pope Mfg. Co., brake mechanism.
W. Hadley, assignor one-third to F.
C. Wilkinson, Shelton, automatic feed
for wood barking machines.
A. B. Hendryx, New Haven, duplex
bird cage spring.
L. L. Hepburn, assignor to Marlln
Fire Arms Co., New Haven, magazine
gun. , .
W. H. Nelson, Waterbury, cutting
tool.
T. J. Lumis, Hartford, protractor and
bevel.
G. C. Pettie, New Haven, assignor
to United States Rubber Co., metal
last.
H. W. Porter, assignor one-half to F.
N. Manross, Forestville, musical clock,
J. C. Stevens, assignor by mesne as
signments to F. C. Rockwell, Hart
ford, clasp.
J. A. Traut New Britain, plane.
' T. E. Wardwell, Stamford, sash fas
tener.
DESIGNS.
F. Tokel, assignor to Meriden Bronze
Co., Meriden, base for lamps.
Same, Lamp founf holder.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES.
Center Church Rev. Newman Smyth
nastor. Services at 10:30 a. m. ine at-
ternoon devotlonai service ib not yet
resumed. tr
Church of the Messiah (Orange street,
near Elm street). Morning service at
10:30 a. m., led by Mr. R. M. snerman,
Sunday school at 12 m. No evening serv
ice!
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
Humphrey Street- Church near Or
ange. Frank R. Luckey, pastor. Public
worship at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m,
Sunday school at 12 m. T.P.S.C.E. at
6:15. Seats free; everybody welcome.
Davenport Church Wooster Square.
I. C. Meserve.pastor. Pastor preaches
at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school
at noon. T.P.S.C.E. at 6:30 p.m. Pastor's
series on "Paul at Athens" continued at
evening service,
Grand Avenue Congregational Church
The pastor, J. Lee Mitchell, will 'preach
at 10:30 a. m. A summons and a chat
lenge at 7:30 p. m. "How About Those
HabltB? Are They to Decide It?" 12 m.
Sunday school and Bible slasB. 6:15,
T.P.S.C.E. " . ' i--
Eb worth M. B. Church, corner Or
ange and Edwards streets RevRuf us
T.Cooper.pastor.Preuchlngby the pas
tor at 10:30 a. m. At 7:80 p.m. Rev.' N.
Edwards will preach In exchange with
the pastor. Free seats, and a hearty
welcome for an,
College Street Church The Rev. Wh
Ham W. McLane, D. D., pastor.-Dlyihe
services with address on work for young
men by Messrs. John M. Dick ftntrwil
liam S. Beard to-morrow at 10:30 a. m,
Sunday school at 12 m.' Young people'
meeting at 6:30. -'''-'ffRi
First Baptist Church, Wooster Place
Rev. John H. Mason, pastor, will preach
at 10:30. " Sunday school and.young
men's Bible class at noon, T.P.S.C.E. at
-3A. At 7:80 addresses by Mr. William
Sloane and Mr. A. P. Stokes, Jr., of the
T. M.C.A. All seats free.' Strangers, and
young men specially invited. . ;
nriM M. V.. Church Rev. F.1 A. SCO'
field, nastor. Preaching at fl:30. Topic'
"Place for Children in the Kingdom of
Heaven." also about 7:80, topic: "Brain,
Brawn and Heart for Christ" Sunday
school at 12. Junior society at 1 Toung
people's meeting at 6:18. All seats free
and a cordial welcome to aav
Calvary Baptist Churchy-Chapel, cor
ner York street Rev: Edwin M. Poteat,
"aatof.fiervioe for Bandar, (to - mor -
row): Publlo worship, with sermons by
the pastor, at 10:30 and 7:80. Bible
school, with classes for adults, at noon.
T. P. B. C. B. at t.li. Everybody wel
come. No seats rented or reserved.
United Church Rev. T. T. Munger,
D.D., pastor. Morning service at 10:80;
preaching by the pastor. Sunday school
at noon. T.P.S.C.E. prayer meeting at
:1S p.m. Evening services at 7:80 p.m.
Addresses will be made by Rev, Teu-
nls Hamlin, D. D., of Washington,
D. C, and W. L. Phelps of Yale univer
sity. All seats are tree at this service.
Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church,
corner George and Dwlght streets.
Rev. A. D. Vail, D. D. pastor. Prayer
meeting at 9:80 a, m. Preaching at 10:80
a. m. by the pastor. Sunday school at
noon. At 7:80 p. m. addresses by T, F.
Archibald and N. A. Smith of Tale and
Dr. Vail on T.M.C.A. work. Epworth
league prayer meeting at 6:80 p. m.
Church of the Redeemer, corner Or
ange and Wall streets Watson Lyman
Phillips, D. D., pastor. Thomas O.
Shepard, organist and musical director.
Preaching at 10:80 a. m. ahd 7:80 p. m.
Sunday school at 12 m. T. P. 8. C. B.
at 6:30 p. m. Services at Welcome hall.
Sunday school at 8 p. m. Gospel meet
ing at 7:30 p. m., In charge of Fosdlck
B. Harrison, assistant pastor.
Dwlght Place Church Rev. Dr. Twlt-
chell, pastor. Preaching by the pastor at
10:80 a.m. Evening service under the
auspices of the "Men's Association" at
30. Illustrated lectures on "Moham
medanism and Christianity" near a
hundred views, by Rev. George H. Fll-
lan of Antlo, Syria. The public cordial-
ly Invited.
Cooper's Hall," Centerville (Ham-
den) Meetings at 11 a. m. and 6 p. m.
Seats free. Everyone welcome.
Cradle Comment.
N. W. Allyn of Fair Haven is re
ceiving congratulations. It is a boy,
the second in a family of remarkably
bright and pretty children.
Dr. J. A. Hutchinson made Mr. and
Mrs. L. Hayne happy Thursday even
ing by leaving them a pretty little baby
girl.
John H. Lee, traveling salesman for
the C. G. Kimberly company, is the
happy father of a fine boy. Mother
and child doing finely.
Positively selling to the highest bid
der the entire lot of Malley, Neely &
Co.'s recently exhibited Oriental rugs.
Sale hours: 10:30 a. m., and 2:30 p. m.
Comfort, Cheer,
Contentment.
These three C's are in
valuable in life. To make
sure of them all, use
AUcock's
Porous plaster
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wiiciicvci vui uavc a tame;
back, sciatica,' stiff joints or
nnv similar nain nr arhe.
r -
If yow Always IniWt upon having MAu
cock's," you will never be disappointed.
AUcock's Corn Shields, ,:
AUcock's Bunion Shields, '
Have no equal as a relief and cure for corns
and bunions, ,
Brandreth's Pills
are a safe, reliable' remedy for bilious
headache and similar troubles.
" Perfect
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Hon to Attain ti"
A Wonderful New
Medical Book.written
for Men Only. One
cops- may be bad iree
on appioatlon.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
fJ :' Hiatus Beuias,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
HOW THE PUBLIC I.
BEWARE OF FRAUDS.
For The Sake of Profit They Witt
Sacrifice Principle,
Health, Etc;
Unscrupulous dealers are trying to sen
ordinary Glauber Salt or a mixture of Seld.
11 tz Powder as "Artlnolal Carlsbad Bait,"
"Sprudel Salt," "German Salt" or -Improved
Carlsbad Salt," and under other
similar names. The Natural Bemodiea of
Carlsbad cannot be Imitated.
"What Nature makes, man can not im
prove upon," Artificial mode wines will
.never replace the natural "Juice of the
grapes. Neither can the natural waters of
Carlsbad nor the Carlsbad Sprudel Salt be
replaced by the cheap substitutes offered to
a guileless publlo for the sake of the larger
profit made thereon, by these unscrupulous
dealers. . i . s " - .
No one would buy artificial wines know
ingly. Why buy the Imitation of the Carls,
bad products, when your-health it at Stake?
The Carlsbad Sprudel .Waters are a speoifio
for all diseases of the stomaoh. Uver and kid
neys, and have been used with gnat benefit
by hundreds of thousands of people. : The
Carlsbad Sprudel Salt, Whioh is evaporated
from the Sprudel, Water af Carlsbad,, It an
exceUentArrient,LaMtiveWdDiaretto;ta
an alterative and eUminattve remedy, which
dissolves tenacious bile, allays irritation, and
removes obstruction braiding nature, ana
not by sudden and exoessre irritation, as
most cathartics do. Use the imported Carls,
bad watery or if it it not convenient to ws
the waters, or when a more decided laxative
effect it desired, use the Carlsbad Sprusel
Salt. ' "; . ' 'V '-'
Insist noon the resulne. which Islmported
direct from Oarlsba? and must hare the
signature of Eisner 11eneaton Co., Bolt
I Asmta far th IT. g.. 158 ft 184 gran Win tU
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PARLOR STOVES.
Wo are 'now prepared to show you
the largest assortment of Parlor Stoves
to be found In the olty, comprising all
the latest designs and the most eco
nomical and powerful heaters in the
market to-day. - T '
' Fire Place Goods
IK GREAT VARIETIES.
Brass Andirons, Black Iron Andirons,
Brats Fire Bett, Black Iron Fire Sett,
Hearth Brushes, Portable Grates, Fire
Screens, etc. . , ,
; Gas Fixtures
In great varieties. New designs arriv
ing dally. Our stock is now complete
and prloet low.
Sanitary Plumbing.
Steam and Hot Water Hsating,
A SPECIALTY.
THE ARNOLD GO.
STATE AND CROWN STREETS.
Plumbing and Gasf itting.
J. H. Bnckley, 179 Church st
THE REGAL HUB.
Elevated Closet, Cabinet Base.
Over 1500 used in New Haven.
The heaviest, finest made, and most
oonvement Kange ever offered.
SOLE AGENT,
S. E. DIBBLE,
6$,9 Grand Avenue.
Largest Stock of Heating Stoves
IN THE CITY.
Furnaces, Hot Water and Steam
Heaters, i
as Fixtures, Oil Lamps, and Kitchen
, Furniture. ..' .
ALSO MAG EE RANGES.
CURTISS & PURPORT,
272, 274, 276, 278 Elm street
Settled in Their New Offices.
THE DOCTORS OFRA TI0NAL MEDICINE
(Chartered and Incorporated by Speolal Aot of Legislature, June 10, 1894,)
HAVE BEMOVED TO .
NO. 928 CHAPEL STREET,
And for THIRTY DAYS WILL GIVE FREE TREATMENT to all who apply.
The Doctors of this Sooiety enjoy a most enviable reputation, having been
pioneers in the investigation and. Study of the GERM THEORY OF DISEASE j
and have established the faot that nearly all diseases are of GERM ORIGIN, f -1
Thus we have Baolllus Amylobaot of Rheumatism, the Amoeba Protozoa of
Catarrh, the Sarolna Ventrionll 6t Dyspepsia, the Bacillus Tuberculosis of Con
sumption, and other Baoteria, Vibrionus and Bacilli. ,THE ONLY KNOWN
REMEDIES which wUl cure these diseases are the GERMICIDAL MEDICINES
used by these Doctors. They are the result of. more than a quarter of a century
of patient investigation, each having a distinct, definite chemical composition,
and speolflo action ; they cure disease by -Annihilating the Germ, Neutralizing
its toxines, and raising the standard of vital force. This fact can be absolutely
proved ai)d demonstrated' TO YOU, Just as it har been proved to thousands of
lok and suffering who tried tbe old methods for years, in vain, and then CAME
T0 THESE DOCTORS AND WERE CURED. The Doctors will be in dally at;
tendance, making a riareful examination In each 'Case pretented. They treat
every-form and type of CHRONIC DISEASE. If you are Incurable they will
honeatlv tell von so. but tf thev take -your case for treatment, promising a rare.
DEPEND UPON IT YO U WILL GET
work, experiments or mistakes. ) The
case are given, and with the first dote
W SPECIAL NOTICE. Aix who vrarr thxsk Mtarxm physicians mroiu
Dbc '2d wnx B0am 'cohbottawow,' advice, skbviobs ajstd btjkgicaj, tbkatxxnt
aBHUbUTsabx ran uirribuuKaun . -
- Yount or middle axed men sufferiirr from Speclfie or Special Nervous
lnteases nna liVl JIC UIAIX. svrj.Ajicc
RATIONAii eyatera discovered, roriBruatea and empioyea oj tnese uootor.
' l"'"- Hourti" 10'tv m. until 8 r. m. Sundays closed. . ,
notices; Rocmi 9 and 10, 928 Chasl Street -
.025eKl .-f'r . 'X '.-'' , fcSW HAVEN, CONN.
STAttlN'ti MKW HAVKtf TliAMB
POBTATION LINE. ,
- Daily XxMt Baturdavs.
--.IP a. Str. JOHN H.BTAK1N. Captain
JgKSSCHoAlltter,ltiavei New Haven from
Butnu's I'lor, foot ot Brown street, at 1004 p.
m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, rltr.
WM. a KOfiJaXON. Captain Bpoor, Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays. The Htarin leave
New York from Pier Is, North Ulver, at 9 p. m.
Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays. The Kg.
arum, Sundays Tuesdays and Tbursaaya.
Fan, Tfio-. exourtlon tickets, U6. Btate
rooms, 11,00.
TlokeU and staterooms for sale at J, H.
Lines, Jr jf, 861 Chapel street: Peok Bishop,
W Chapel street: Tontine Hotel, and John
Mono, W Center street. . .
Free (tag. leaves the depot on arrival of
Hartford train, and from oorner Cburoaanl
Chapel street, every bait hour, oommenolng at
60p. m. 'Jbrougb freight rate, given and
bills of lading Issued to points west, south
and southwest O. H. F1BHBB, Agent,
Order your freight via Btarln Line.
New Haven Steamboat Co.
RICHARD PECK,
Leave. New Haven (Belle Dock) dally (eioept
Sunday), 130 night; New York (Pier ib Bast
lUver),d p. m.
C. H. NORTHAM,
New Haven, dally (except Sunday',, lftJO a. nu
New York, lUKI p. m., Saturday Up. m.
Fare tUJO. Exourtlon $1.60.
Staterooms and tlokett for tale at Peok
Bishop's VM Chapel street, and at Mix's drug
store.
Through rates given and bills of lading Is
sued to points West, South and Southwest by
the New Haven Fast Freight Line.
Free stage from depot to night boat on ar
rival of trains.
EDW. 0. LnBOTTROBOIS, Agent
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.
R. G. RUSSELL,
Architect,
852 Chapel Street.
Westville to Have Rapid Transit
BUILDING lota on Main, Fountain, West
Prospect, Wlllard, Alden, Barnett, and
other desirable residence streets in Westville,
for sale at prioes ranging from two to tea
cento per square foot.
Now Is the time to buy.
For particulars oall on or address
H. C. PARDEE.
nlttf 138 Fountain street, Westville.
Philadelphia Dental Rooms,
781 Chapel Street.
Teeth Cleaned, 75o. :
Teeth filled with Amalgam, Mo.
Teeth filled with Silver, 750. ,
; Teeth filled with Gold,
L00 and un.
, Teeth extracted, 25o. .
Vitalised Air, 50o. t -
Teeth Extracted Without Pain by the vise of
our Vitalized Air, made fresh at our offloe.
Office Open at All Honrs.
L. D. MONKS, D. D. S., Manager,
H. W. BEECHEB. JAS. M. BENNETT,
BEECHER and BENNETT,
Funeral Directors and " '
Embabners,
No. 280 Elm St, Broadway Square.
Telephone No. 876-a. .
Lady Assistant.
migm ceil.
OiXICI
THEODORE KEILER,
UNDERTAKES,
162 ORANGE STREET,
Near Court street.) -
Telephone No. 837-3.
MORSE & GAY,
' UNDERTAKERS.
O. W. Hills, Funeral Director.
Specialty of Embalming Bodies of Women
and Children, . '
91 Crown St., New Haven, Ct.
MR8.E.M0BSB, Mrs. M. Gat.
Night Ben. Telephone 68
WELL. In their practice there is no guess
proper medicines to meet aon individual
taken the cure begins. .
1-3.-. :.r-
ssa r&nnAfliuni vvna uuur its
New York, New Hayenmd
Hartford R. R. ,
i ' October 1, 1804. .
TRAINS LB ATE NEW HAVEN AS FOLLOWJ
FOB NEW YOBK-iaO, HO, tftOO, liO,
SilO, 8 JO, t-M, tlO-.H0 a. m, 100,11:05,1:11
(parlor oar limited), U0,M5, 1J,l.-00, 1, -t:li,
'5:30, feat, tJXL 1.UL MO. Okli
BrldlTODOrt aooommuWInnl Siin t-M
BcttDare 4:30. 4Jia. 1:00 a. m tfcOO. tfcJA
"7:10, '8:10, :18, fclOp.m.
JTUU WASHINGTON VIA HARLEM RIVER
-B:10 a. m. (dally), 1:10 p. m. j
FOB BOSTON vri nPBivnnnnLnj,
" - ". , 1BUV VOT
HMO, U.-OSa. mu, "LOS, tM p. m. BUMDAra-. ,
-uwinignt), -imp. m,
FOB BOSTON m m vnvn, .m
PROVIDENCE-taa, , 'UdJ (parlor oar
limited) a. m, 'UM, tM. :1J, and tM
p.m. BrjHD4TS-'j;i3l tuM a. m., . p, m.
FOR BOSTON TU AIR LINE AND N. Y.k
N.E.R.B. NiSTp.. m. Spitoats p. m.
FOR MERIDEN. HARTFORD. BP1MNA.
FIELD, ETO.-U0 (night), 0:40, I.-00, TlOiU,
nw a. nu. am, ira, a;io, mo, 'Ms, (Ssu to
Hartford). K. 10:06 n. m. Humday
(night), 'tM, ton (aooomodatlon) p.m.
Maw London Division.
FOR NEW LONDON. Kmii ii.u
, - BIW iaisa, W V', Bi'J I
(night), 7:50, :30 (Guilford aooommodatlon),
11M (parlor oar limited), a. nv, Ui0J,
"3M. 8.-00. 4:16. '4:45. H.-li i ll fOuilfont
oommodatlon), t-M, 11:14 p. m. (Gullforl
aooommodatlon.) ButnUYa (night), t'M
liugni), oaa p. m.
Air Line Division. ,
FOR HIDDLETOWN. WTr.T.TMSWKrn r.
8:03 a. m, 130, H-.SI, 8:0S p. m. SuwDATl-
W p. m. Connecting at Middletown with
VallAvDIvlafnn and mk WllllmanHA l,k Iff V
ft N. E. and N. L. N. R. R.: at XuraervUlt with
Northampton Dlvlalom.
FOR 8HELBURNB FALLS. TURNER'S
FALLS. WnXIAJlSBtrRS. HOI.TnKK AKn
NEW HARTFORD, and intermediate sUttooj
7:45, 11 KM a. m. and 4:00 p. m. - . '
FOR NORTHAMPTON and points this tide
At&55p, m.
Berkshire Division. "
FOR DERBY JUNCTTOTfjl n
DERBY JUNCTION. HIRMTN(iHAV knan.
NIA, Erp. 7KJ0, fcU a. 100, 347,433, 5:1).
Ts8S, 11:15 p. m. . Suitdats-OOO a. m., iM p. m,
' FOR WATERBURY 70, 40 a. m, UM,
8a7.o-JM.Tai p.m. BDTOATB-8:10a.m.
FOR WIN8TED 7K, 9:40 a. nu, S-.8T, SiSO p.nr
Sckdats 8:10a. m. '.-
FOR SHRI.TON BrvrairnnTt wmmvtwis
D ANBURY, PITTSFIELD, STATE LINE 0:40
a. m., 48 p. m. y"',
FOR ALB ANT- rrini'Tr"TttTtinr nra.
tUNNAlT, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND SHE
n aoi"n Btate une :u a. mq as p. m.
FOB LITCHFIELD and points on 8., L. ft N.
R. R. (via HawleyviUe-:40 a, m 44s p.m.
Express Trains, t Local Express.
O. T. HEMPSTEAD, Gen. Passenger Agb '
DR. KELLY, v w-;
. Graduate of three universities,
years' exnerience in all obronlo diseases.
Old. Bcllabla. Iniri HtwnlalUt
Mi,a'vuBimam mum, ami duu ojiw,
tlone, Kidney and Bladder troubles, and all
Tn Wwnmi. I ti a . 1. 1 .... n . . . I.J 10u
rnvate isisoaaea or mm ana women.
YOUNG MEN . v
Suffering from the effects of youthful tollies
nr indlsaretlona. or tronblnd with wnalrnnaA
Nervous Debility, Loss of Memory, Despond
ency, aversion to oocieiy, juaney xrouDies,
or any disease of the Genlto-Urinary Organs,
can here find a safe and speedy oure. Charges
reasonablespeolally to poor. CUHB3
GUABAJMIDDLE-AGED MEN
Troubled with too frequent evaouattons of
the bladder, often' accompanied by a slight .
smarting or burning sensation, and weaken
ing of the system in a manner the patient
cannot account for, the doctor will guarantee
a perfect cure in all suoh cases, and healthy
restoration of the genlto-urlnary organs.
niAUB
Positively cured without naln bv a new
method, entirely original with us. Mo cut
ting or cautery used. No detention from
regular business neoessarv.
vunnuuiaiWB rniu,
IWOffloe at Boom 9. Boardman Bulldlaa
corner Chapel and State streets.
umoe nours: w a. m. hi a mvuvp. in.
evenings T to 9. Sundays, 10 to 12 a.m.
Patlenta treated bv maiL CorresDOOaenot
oonndentiaL , . nj
DR. GILL,
Besidenoe and Office,
548 Chapel Street, New Haven,
Opposite southeast corner of Wooster .
. , Square. .. .
RECEIVES dally, except Sundays, 9 a. m.
to 8 p. m. Sinoe the Dooror's. return
rrom Europe he has purchased a large house
In convenient locality, as above, to meet the
requirements of patients from all over tbe
state. Bis practice at Waterbury for the last
six years; and at Meriden the past year.em
braoed patients from all parts of new Eng
land and Middle States, and he felt obliged to
permanently establish himself at a large rail
road center. His new offloe is not more than
ten minutes' walk from the Union Depot, op
posite Wooster Square, east side. -
DR. GILL has ha i Tears' Extensive Ex
perience in the Treatment and Cure Of - vt
FEMALE DIFFICULTIES,
PRIVATE DISEASES, and ''- "
CHBONIO COMPLAINTS.
Particular attention given to that olaas of -a.lments
requiring the tervioesof the best
surgical skill and experience, suoh as Hup
tures, Fistulas. Piles, Gravel,-Btrictures, and
all diseases of the Genital Organs, Bladder -and
Rectum, in either sex. from whatever
cause. Nervous DebUlty and Seminal Weak
ness speedily cured. All manner of Fits, Pa
ralysla. Palsy, St. Vitus Dane and Nervous
Spurns cured. Diseases of the Heart and
Nerves, BheumaUsm, - Neuralgia, Sclatrosi
etc . --is ' i if K(r-'S!:1 Ir't rf:
FKMAT.E COBtPLAINTS Every form of
disease Incident to Females treated upon the
best and most sclentiflo principle known to
medlotne. The Doctor can be consulted con
cerning any kind of Female. Derangement
with oonfldeno of certain relief.
Tinard and Nnnut whan reniilna.- Hoeolal
arrangements for Confinements. Good home
as long as desired before aocouohmenfc Ev
erything strictly confidential. Advice br
letter 11.00. Many cases tuocessf ully treat
by mail. Write address with stamp,
Dr. HENRY F.GILL.V .
olilly ' ' New Haven, Conn. .
Security Insurance Co.
" " . OF NEW HAVEN. ; " -OlTflCE
VI CBNTEE STBEET. '
Cat Assets July 1, ISM, 8SOr0M.M,
DDUSOTOSS: '
'rr
If natnddaru. B.K.Mwln.
Wm.B. Tyler. John W. AjmntV , ,
.r T. Attwater Barnes.
: CHAS. S. LKBTB, , , H.M1SOH.
, President. twiutt.
J.D. DEWELL. H.C. FTJLJUiiA .--.':.
ioePntUeat, - Aatt, tMccetaqr,
erBynajh atbnsuinnnwuv!,

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