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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUiSDAY, DECEMBER 4 1894
6 THE DUTIES0F CITIZENS WHICH AKK OF HFXCiAl. IMPOR TANCE TO-DAY. Jtsv. Mr. Mason on III Saloon Question In haw Havati-An Earnest Address The American Volar. An Interesting and sole address wu made by lie v. Mr. Mason of th Flint Hiiptlnt church at th union service of tlx First Baptist and Davenport churches Sunday evening, of which the following in a summary: llov. J. H. Maaon said In part: Every man who calls hlmsolf a Christian on Sunday oug-ht to be a. Christian seven day In the week. As a Christian man ): has a special duty on election day. The Christian citizen has not mado Jilmself felt in the affairs of the city us he mlRht have done. But there Is itttmm to hope that a better day Is coining. On Tuesday next you have a chance to say what kind of men shall lie our rulers during the coming year. Hut the most important question to be settled next Tuesday is the question vhioh multitudes of voters will entirely overlook. The question Is this: "Is Hie saloon stronger than New Haven or is New Haven stronger than the saloon?" For many years the question has been decided against New Haven. Shall to-morrow be as black as yester dny has been? It depends upon New Haven's Christian men. There are few cities on this continent which do not cringe and fawn to the saloon. In Puritan New England at least such things ought not to be. Let us see what the saloon Is and what it does. It Is essentially a de stroyer. War, pestilence and famine pre the scourges of humanity, but William E. Gladstone says that the liquor traffic is more destructive than all combined. It destroys health; it undermines character; It benumbs con science; it takes the lite. We ara hor rified at a disaster like that at South bridge, where two young men are in stantly killed and a dozen others are fatally Injured! or cruelly maimed for life; we are appalled at an event like the Johnstown flood, In which 2,280 lives were lost, but we take it very calmly when we are told that 80.000 men are slain every year by the liquor traffic. Again the liquor traffic is es sentially a law breaker. Our present excise laws give the liquor seller almost everything tq, begin with. The re strictions placed upon him are very Blight But he has no smallest Inten tion of respecting those restrictions. Last September Superintendent Byrnes reported that he had had men out for three months watching the saloons in New Tork city, and that they had ob served 63,460 violations of law. That is more than 700 a day. But the business is not only a law breaker of itself; it is the most stu pendous manufactory of law breakers which the world knows anything about Sir Matthew Hale, chief justice of England, said after twenty years of closest observation that 80 per cent, of all high crimes were due to liquor. Dr. Elisha Harris of New York after simi lar investigation reached' almost pre- eiselv the same figures. Carroll D. Wright found that out of 16,897 com Suffolk county. Mass., 14,- 3S6 or 84 per cent, of all were due to drink. Such facts as these must mean that the liquor traffic is a gigantic robber of the community. The machinery of justice Is expensive; and jails and peni tentiaries and prisons are expensive; and insane asylums and poorhouses and all other similar institutions which are needed because we are willing to tolerate the crime and poverty breed ers such as are found in our own city to the number of 400. The Chicago fire destroved DroDerty to the value of $97,000,000 and we have not yet forgot ten it. But that was more than twenty years ago andl during all these twentv-three years, the liquor tramc Konglt on Coughs. A Throat and Lung Balsam. Safe and re. liable for children or adults. A popular and effective remedy. 15c. and 35c at Druggists. Rough on Voice and Throat Cure For public speakers, singers, &c. For allaying rawness, soreness, irritation, tenderness, inflam mation; soothing and strengthening to the overstrainea voice ana inroau 25c. at Lmig. gists, or mailed. B. S. WELLS, Jersey City, N.J. They are a Power in the Land. For rousing and moving the public, nothing Mnak TirmoH dTi Rile Pills. Most searching and thorough, best cathartic, anti-bilious liver pills. They are chocolate coated and very small, xoc. and 350. at Druggists. Is Yonr Head Right ? If not take a dose of Rough on Bile Pills. nrnmnL thnromrh. effective, cathartic, anti- bilious. They are chocolate coated , and very small. never tau. 10c. ana 25c. Don't Experiment. You have a right to suspect interested motives in any dealer who might offer substi tutes for " Roueh on Rats. " There is no substi tute; "Rough on Rats" has never been equalled, never can be. Hold fast to that which is good. Beware of imitations. It comes in nc. ana 20, wooden boxes, and always bears the name, EPHRAIM s. WEI.IA Rough on Rnm Intemperance. (In tablet form), modifies the propensity, the craving, and the intemperate desire for strong crinic : allays nervousness, promotes sieep, pre vents tendency to delirium tremens, etc. Ask Druggists for Rough on Rum, i, or sent by maiV. E. S. WELLS, Jersey City, N. J. THE WONDER OF THE WORUO For Ladies Who sew or do housework, LEAT7RELLE OIL BALM ts a delightful article for instantly softening the akin and allaying roughness; acta at once, and only one application necessary, when applied dries in cjinckly, need not be washed off nor covered up. Its use uoes hot intenero with the Immediate handling of the finest ribbons, Bilks or satins. Will not grease nor soil anything. Will smooth and clear the most an noying skin or complex ion, gives a healthful glow and freshness. Those who us FACE POWDERS To neutralize the lnjuri- (ma effect of Anv TMwder or liquid, aae LEATJRELLE OIL BALM. If the pow der ui used at night apply LEAUHELLE In day time, It during the day apply at night or first hatha the nets or face witiiLlAURELLE OIL BALK, then appl) the powder. The effect is most elegant. Keeps skin oft, amocthjand pliable. Try WELLS' INVISIBLE VELVET CREAM FACE POWDER. It's very fine. Kc at drufffUU, Fancy Goods Stores or by mall. YOUR GLOVES can be put on immediately after using LE ACRELLE (Hit halh lor unapa Hkln. sicca it dries tnlnatantlyand needs no wi e off. It is not sticky Bar mossy; will not soli gloves, silks, satins nor rib. OOflK pore, swsili oourriew. aarmtesa. A aeuanuui toilet luxury. Mo, aadjflin bottles at Dnssisu or fancy meres or or i Btonear by Eipreasprepald oa reoali at has been destroying mora than ten time as much every year. If th saloon la a robber and a mur derer, why do we tolerate Itt It surely la a strange question to sale nut tne saloon is here and there are certain considerations which lead men to think that It must stay. Let us see how much there in in these considerations. 1, Men say you can't get rid of It any way. mat is a numiiiaung con. tension. If It la true, a republican form of government Is a failure. The re public I doomed If It Is already too late for the citizens to rise In their might and throttle their most deter- mined foe. But one thing Is overlooked by those who are always walllifg that you cant' do anything. The first Is that the people of this country have aome In telligence, and are therefore suscepti ble to argument; the second, and more Important, Is that a mighty public con science which has long lain sleeping may at last be aroused. 2. Others say you can't reform men by law. We are simply saying that the community must protect Itself. Self preservation is the law of life. 3. Another says you have no right to Interfere with another's personal liber ty. That sounds reasonable, but it is a suspicious plea. If you find a burglar In your house to-night, will you have no right to Interfere with his personal liberty? Go Into the city court to-morrow morning and you will find a score of your fellow citizens whose personal liberty has been Interfered with by the police. Every city ordinance Is an In terference with your personal liberty. When the snow comes leave it piled on your sidewalk and see whether your personal liberty Is so sacred. The fact is, every man has to surrender some privileges when he becomes the member of a community. If a man attempted to establish a powder mill at the corner of Chapel and State streets, the community would close up his mill and put him out of business. It has the same right to close up a saloon, which is more dan gerous than a powder mill. 4. Another says that the money for license fees helps to pay taxes, or keeps our taxes down. But It does not take much of a head for mathematics to figure out an overwhelming balance on the other side. Cities which have tried the experiment of banishing the sa loon tell us that when that is done the rate of taxation comes down of itself. 5. Another says that the liquor traffic provides employment for many men. That is true. More than a half a mil lion men are thus employed. The United States census of 1890 shows us that for every man employed In the brewing business, the amount of capi tal first invested is $6,222. But if ex actly that sum were invested In bread and bakery products, 7 men would find employment; if in making boots and shoes, nearly 10 men; If in manu facturing cotton more than 4 men; if in silks, more than 6; if in woolen goods nearly 5; if in lumber and milling more than 3; if in iron and steel more than 3. Yet again if $100 be spent for beer, the amount which goes to the laborer in wages is just $4.90; If the same $100 bet spent in bread and bakery products, the laborer will get $22.27 of it; if in boots and shoes, the laborer will get $23.13; if in cotton goods the laborer will get $19.48; if in lumber and milling the laborer will get $25.43. Hence if the brewing business could be wiped out to-day, and the money Invested in these other industries, no man would r"eap a larger benefit than the laboring man. 6. Another man says the business will not hurt me if I let it alone. That Is not at all certain. How about the drunkard's wife and child? How about the citizen who is run down by a drunken driver and maimed for life? How about the man who is killed in a railroad wreck because an engineer, ex cited by liquor, had taken a fatal risk? To-night I am speaking to you as thinking men, the men to whom is en trusted the welfare of this city. After all we have been skirting only the lower ranges of this subject, the ranges of expediency. It would be unwise to overlook these, but after all it would be downright madness to forget that high above all towers the great ques tion of right and wrong. Can it be right to protect by law a man whose business it is to break law and to make law breakers? Can it be right for a Christian man to help to per petuate a business wihich robs his fel low men of the very image of God; which blasts a man's happiness in the world; and which gives him despair in place of hope as he plunges into the next? When you go to the polls next Tues day, vote whatever city ticket means the best city government in the coming year, but in the name of humanity and in the name of Christ, do what you can toward making the saloon an out law. Will Meet To-morrow Night. The regular December meeting of the board of aldermen will be held to morrow evening. The meeting is usual ly held the first Monday in the month, but owing to the fact that to-d&y is election, it was thought that there would be considerable difficulty in se curing a quorum and consequently the meeting was postponed. Another Horse Killed. Shortly after 8 o'clock yesterday morning a gray horse drawing a de livery team of Sperry & Barnes slipped on the Ice at the corner of Chapel and Olive streets And broke his right hind leg. The animal lay for two hours suffering and subsequently Dr. Sulli van was found, who shot It and ended Its woe, . Police Commissioners To-night. The regular meeting of the police commissioners will be held this evening, but It is more than probable that little business will be transacted1, owing to the fact that it Is election night An immediate adjournment will probably be taken to to-morrow evening. A clerical critic of newspapers com plains that "it is business for a paper to publish a six column account of a $10,000 embezzlement, and only six lines to a gift of charity." But may It not be that the papers remember that "charity v'aunteth not itself," and so respect its scruples? Indianapolis Jour nal. ' -" .. . ; ,: '' " .' , TALK SEMI-ANN PALS. The Order of th I somber Eaamlnations In Yal Collet;. The following ta the tchedule for th December semi-annual examinations In Yale college; (Recitation close for all classea on Saturday, December 8, at 1 p. m.) Monday, December 10 tM a, m law, Professor Robinson, alumni hall; 1:45 p. m., sophomores, physics, Dr. Day, Mr. Blssell, Alumni hall; 4 p. m course 61, French speaking and writing, Pro fessor Xuquiens, Alumni hall. Tuesday, December 11-41:45 a. m., course 1, logic, and psychology, Profes sors Ladd, Duncan and Sneath, Alumni hall; 11 a. m course 45 and 241, Eng lish history, Professor Adam; biology, Professor S. I. Smith, both In Alumni hall; 1:45 p. m., freshmen (first sec tlon), Latin, Professor Morris, Dr. Rob inson, Dr. Thompson, Alumni hall and A3 Osborn hall; 4 p. m., freshmen (sec ond section), Latin, Professor Morris, Dr. Robinson, Dr. Thompson, Alumni hall and A3 Osborn hall; course ISO, biblical literature, Professor Sanders, rooms A and B Alumni hall. Wednesday, December 128:45 a. m., sophomores, French, Professor Lu- qulcns, Mr. Von Eltz, Mr. Taylor, Alum ni hall; course 236, physical geography, Professor Brewer, room A Alumni hall; 11 a. m., course 30, social science, Pro fessor Sumner, Alumni hall; 1:45 p. m., sophomores, German, Professor Grue- ner, Mr. Adams, Alumni hall; course 81, second year, German, Mr, Adams, room B Alumni hall; 4 p. m., course 210, Inorganic chemistry, Professor Gooch, Kent laboratory; course 211, chemical analysis, Professor Gooch, Kent laboratory. Thursday, December 138:45 a. m., course 40, medieval nistory, .rroiesaor Adams, Alumni hall; 11 a. m., course philosophical anthropology, Profes sor Ladd, Alumni hall; 1:45 p.m., course 240, physiology, Professor Chittenden, Alumni hall; course 105, English Ro manticism, Professor Beers, Alumni hall; 4 p. m., course 110, English dra ma, Dr. Phelps, Alumni hall. Friday, December 148:45 a.m., course 2, introduction to philosophy (seniors), Professor Ladd, Alumni hall; 11 a. r.i., sophomores, Greek, Professor Perrin, Professor Reynolds.AlumnI hall; course 120, Homer, Professor Seymour, 198 Old Chapel; 1:45 p. m., freshmen (first sec tion), mathematics, Professor Beebe, Professor Fisher, Mr. Bowden, Alumni hall and A3 Osborn hall; courses 260 and 262, astronomy, Professor Beebe, A3 Osborn hall; 4 p. m freshmen (sec ond section), mathematics, Professor Beebe, Professor Fisher, Mr. Bowden, Alumni hall and A3 Osborn hall; course 80, elementary German, Professor Grue- ner, room B Alumni hall; course 80. Goethe, Professor Palmer, rooms C and D Alumni hall; course 106, English po litical orators, Professor Cook, rooms D and E Alumni hall. Saturday, December 158:45 a. m., course 101, Georgian literature, Profes sor Beers, Alumni hall; 11 a. m., course 5, advanced ethics, . Professor Sneath, Alumni hall; 1:45 p. m., sophomores, mathematics, Professor Richards, Pro- feasnr PhilllDS Alumni hall: course 82. I ral votersor the town upon the question lessor r-nuiips, Aiumm uui, .uuc o-. ravin? Deen mttae to toe selectmen. In ao Schiller, Professor Palmer, rooms A, E cordanoe with the statute law passed by the and C Alumni hall; 4 p. m., course 22 jenerul assembly of 1882. ,, iw, swah Alnmnil . To vote an appropriation of $10,000 from cvo.., i.u. , j hall. Monday, December 178:45 a. m., course 4, history of philosophy, Profes sor Duncan, Alumni i hall; course 41, European history, Mr. Williams, rooms . and B Alumni hall; course 250, Cal culus, Professor Newton, Alumni hall; 11 a. m., sophomores, Latin, Professor H. P. Wright, Mr. Roberts, Mr. A. L. Wheeler; 1:45 a. m., freshmen French, Professor LuquienB, Mr. Von Eltz, Mr. Taylor, Alumni hall; 4 p. m., freshmen, German, Mr. Adams, Mr. Andreen, Mr. Day, Alumni hall; course 150, Latin satire and comedy, Professor H. P. Wright, A3 Oslborn hall. Tuesday, December 188:45 a. m., course 60, French grammar. Professor Lang, Alumni hall; course 62, modern French, Mr. Taylor, Alumni hall; 11 a. m., freshmen, English, Dr. Phelps, Alumni hall; 1:45 p. m., course 107, Ba con, Professor Cook; course 124, Euri pides, Professor Reynolds.both In Alum ni hall; 4 p. m., course 43, European history, Professor Wheeler, Alumni hall. t Wednesday December 198:45 p. m.. courses 20 end 21, economics, Professor Hadley, Alumni 11 all ; 11 a. m., snpno mores, English, Dr. Colton, Mr. H. A. Smith, Alumni hall; 1:45 p. m., fresh men (first sectlor.;, Greek, Mr. Kitchel, Mr. Brownson. Dr. IngersoJl, Alumni hall nnrt rnnm A1 Osborn hall: 1 n. m freshmen (second section), Green, Mt. Kitchel, Mr. Brownson, Dr. Ingersoil, Alumni hall and room A3 Osb : 1 hall. Sophomores beginning German will be examined with freshmen taking German. The examinations in courses not nam ed will be arranged by the several In structors. Condition examinations: Monday, January 7, 18958:30 a. m.. conditions in the Latin and Greek Of freshman and sophomore years, and required studies of iunlor year: 1:46 p. m., con ditions In modern languages of fresh man and sophomore years, mathemat ics of freshman year and all eleotlves. . The winter vacation extends from the closing of examinations on Wednes day, December 19, to Tuesday, January 8, 1895, Fry Fish and other food; ii Cottolene and triere w&l be no complaint of indigestion or dyspepsia. It is more healthful.' more economical, better in flavor than any other shortening. Genuine put tip in pail with trade mark steer's head Jo totton-plant meath. Mad only by : . THE'" : b . W.K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, : CBIOAOOtOBd :' PreteM , . J t& Stat UU Bostoa, A. O. r. A Maw Coart to ! i manlsad To-alght. There will be ft jneetlng at No, 123 Bt John street thl evening at I o'clock for the purpose of organising m court of the Anolent Order of Forester. All Interested are Invited. Age limit, eigh teen to forty-five. In Trinity Church Building. The regular monthly meeting of the Woman' Church Missionary associa tion will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock In Trinity Parish building, Tem ple street ' Available. Many good remedies are unavailable because they need the direction of a physician. Allcock's Porous Plaster can be used by anybody, and it is always effective for sprains, strains, weak back and soreness in the chest or muscles. Do Net Be Dupea Into tsklnf sn Imlutloa, Insist pmlufo(tha(e'icw"Aucoca's.'' ' Allcock'a Corn Shields, Allcock'a Bunion Shields, Hare ae equal a relief sad cure for corns and bunions. Brandreth's Pills renovate the system by purifying the blood. They do not weaken. PROPOSALS FOR CITY LIGHTING. BIDS will be reocivod by the Committee on Lamps in Room 13, City Hull, on or be fore Wednesday, December o, IBM, at 8 p.m., for naphtha lighting of the city of New Ha ven for one, two or three years. "The committee reserves the right to reject any and aU bids. GEORGE 8. THOMAS, City Auditor. City papers copy. d!8t Annual Town Meeting Call. THE Annual Town Meeting of the Town of New Haven will be held on Tuesday, De comber 4th, IBM, at B o'clock a. m. and by ad jour nment to Banquet Hull, formerly Lin coln Polo Rink, Chapel street, at 3 o'clock p. m.. Thursday, December 6th, 1891, for the following purposes, to wit : To elect town officers as prescribed by law, and fill all vaoanoies occurring by expiration of terms of omoe of such officers as were elected as the last annual town meeting. To lay a tax on the polls and ratable estate of the town of New Haven, upon the grand list of 1894. To vote from the treasury of the town a certain sum for the salary of the town agent, town clerk and the town treasurer, for the year of UD4. - To vote an appropriation from the treasury of the town to the New Haven Dispensary for me ileal assistance to the poor of the town for the ensuing year. 10 vote an appropnauon rrom ine treasury nf the town to the New Haven Orphan Asy lum and Bt. Franols Orphan Asylum for aid in supporting the poor children of the town for the ensuing year. To vote upon the question shall any person be licensed to sell spirituous and intoxicating liquors in the town df New Haven for the term of one year, from the 1st day of Janu i v. IRflfi. a ni'titlon for such a vote of the le- the treasury 01 tne town, 10 tne new naven Park Commission for the maintenance and Improvement of publlo parks. To vote an appropriation from.the treasury of the town to the School District for the purpose of furnishing free textDOOKs ana sta tionery. Tn vntn n Rimrnrrint.lon of 10.000 for the filling- In of that part of the Baaver Ponds bounded west by Crescent street, south by Gotte street, east by County street, and north Dy nenry street. To vote an appropriation not exceeding 112,000 as the annual appropriation for the ear itflttrorme purcnuse ana uramugu .ui inds in the Beaver Ponds district. To naan a suitable vote for an application to the legislature of the State to transfer the poweroftheseleot.il n relative to the pur chase and drainage uniis in the Beaver ponds district to he New Haven Commission of Publlo Parks.-' To vote an appropriation for maps of the town of New Haven of the 13th, 14th and 15th wards, for the use of the board of assessors of said town. The legal voters of tne town or new nnven wiU vote by ballot in the respective wards where they arc registered on the revfssd reg istry list last completed, for such officers as are required, and for the decision of the above stated license question, those in favor of persons being licensed will vote a license ballot. thoBO opposed will vote a no license ballot. Boxes for the reception of ballots will be opened on Tuesday, the 4th day of December, 1894, at 6 o'clock a.m., and will remain open until 5 o'clock p. m, of the same day, at the following places, to. wit t -. 1st Distrlot 166 Crown street, corner Gre j- son street. 2d District-City Supply House, corner Oak and Spruce streets. : - 8d District-til Congress avenue. 4tU District Columbus avenue, Havey's stable. 5th District 245 Wboster street, corner O' ive street. flth District 48 St. John street. 7th District-217 Wallace street, St. Patrick's T. M. T. A. and B. Society building, 8th District 804 State street. 9th Dlstiict-811 Poote street. 10th Dtstilct-298 Elm street. ' Hth District 19 Chapel street. 12t.h District ffill r.rftnd avenue. 13th District Masonic hall. Fountain str eot. Jim jJistnct Engine House, Annex. ir,th District 2i SForhRB avenue. Anuex. Dated at New Haven, Conn,; November 28th, 1894. JOH1N UABK11I, J.BKJTJNNINGHAM, -KOBKKT E. BALDWIN, WM.F.STAHL, J. . GILBERT, ALFRED.W. FORBES, . JOHN T. POHLMAN, Selectmen of the Town of New Haven. Pursuing to the aforegoing the electors of the town of New Haven are hereby warned and notified to appear at tbeir respective voting districts at the time and place above statea. New Haven, Conn., November 28th, 1894. FRE DEKICK H. BBETH AU ER, n29 6t i t i . ; Town Clerk., 11 2i ( Jltoutfl, lumping, gtx. Plumbing and Gasfitting. J. H. Buctlej, 179 Church at Largest Stock of Heating Stoves IN THE CITY. Furnaces, Hot Water and Steam Heaters. Gas Fixtures, Oil Lamps, and Kitohen Furniture. 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So to it that top do rot pelat too ixo treatment, and will never be made again physicians betobx January 1st, 1895, BKnVIOslS ADD .BtJBGICAL TBBATMBNT -, 1 m. Sundays 10 intil 2 only. . , . New York, New Karen and Hartford R. R. Nov.mbw 19, ISM. TRAIIfSLSATSNBWHATKIf AS FOLLOW ran saw yohk-hjo, hjil taL T;u mo. aaa. "Ms, tiam a. nut nt,u.-oj,,i: (parlor ear limited), LflS,l:tt, tM,tm,1M, i:u, oust, tun, 0JQ, 1:10, t.tt, (fclj Bridgeport aooommodatlon), 1:10. f.U p. m. ScuDAra-'sJO, '4 M, fcOO .. m, tS., tfcll. W. fcM.ftU, :! p.m. FOU WASHINGTON TJA HARLB5J HI7E8 12:10 a. m. (dalljr), 1:10 p. in. FOB HUSTON TU BHKINOFTELO-'I W 11:05 a, nn 101 1M p. m. BoDAT- naocnlght), SJBp.m. FOU HO8T0N TU NEW LONDON An PROVIDKNCB-'fcla. -SUB. Ua (parlor oa unuted) a. an IMS, 1JO, 4:18, 'iM and -fciJ m. Bcs-DAW-liia, 1J0 a. m 't-M. : m. FOB BOSTON TU AIR LINB AND N. Y.ft . E. K. R.-' JiT p. m. Bon dats-'W n. m. FOR ME1UDEN, HARTFORD. SPRING. FIELD, Bm-UO (night), 6:40, fn, tllfclO, '11:06 a. m 13KM, 1KB, 3:10, 5:00, 43, (t:U to Hartford), 8.45, 10KB p. m.. BOMDATS-'Ui (night), 'iM, 8J5 (accomodation) p.m. w London Division. FOU NEW LONDON. EraMfnirtH. ivm (night), 7;50, 11KU, (parlor oar Urn. Ited), a. m 'U.-OJ, tM, 8.-00, '4:15, N.-H, 5:13, ii (uuuroru aooommoaatlon), 'tM, 11:11 m. (uuiirori aooommodatlon.) Bukdats 2:13 (nlgbt). 'tM (night), 48, t-M p. m. Air Mns Division. FOR MIDDLETOWN, WILLIMANTIO. ftra. 8.03 a, m 1:30, 4JT, 9:03 n. m. SONDAra 4:87 p. m. Connecting at Hlddlotoirn with V alloy Division and at Willi man tlo with N. Y, N. E. and N. L, N. n. n. at XurnorrUle with Colcbostcr branoh. Northampton Division. FOR BHELBURNB FALTA- TFRNER'H FALLS, WILLIAHSU0RO, HOLYOKE AND NEW HARTfOltD, and Intermediate stations T:4B. 11KM a. m. and 4KM p. m. FORNORTHAMPTON and polnU this aide- At 5:54 p.m. Berkshire Division. FOR DERBY JUNCTIOtf-4:a n. m. FOR DERHY JUNCTION. BIRMINGHAM, ANSO-NIA,ETO.-7K)0, 8:40 a, nu,12K,3:S7,433,5:J). 735. 11:15 p. m. SuffDATS 8:10 a. m8:80p. m. FOR WATEKBUHY-7KX), 0:40 a. mli:JJ, ttft, 5:30, 7 Jj p. m. Bckdats 8:10 a. m. FOR WLNSTED-7KX), 0:40 a. m.,3:il, 5:3) p.m BuSDATS-8:10a.m. FOR SHBLTON. BOTSFORD, NEWTOWN. D ANBURY, FITTSFLSLD, STATE LINE 4:40 . m 48 p. m. FOR A LBANY, BUFFALO, DETROIT, CIN CINNATI, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO ANDTHB WEST via State Line 8:40 a. m., 4:28 p. m. FOR LITCHFIELD and points on S.. L. ft N. R.B. 8:00 a. m. (via Bridgeport and Hawley. vlUe.) 4Mii. m. (via HawleyvlUe.) Express Trains, t Local Express. C. T. HEMPSTEAD, Qen. Passenger Agt. L Z9 Years' Fxnerlence f n Chrnnta T)leases. Old, BaUable, i Xpert Hpaclallst T TkT , ,,. In...,.,,,..., UiAiul n . . ,4 wIi-Ih Iffu. tions, Kidney and Bladder troubles, and all .rrivaie uigeases 01 men ana women, YOUNG MEN Suffering from the effects of youthful follies or indisoretions, or troubled with weakness. Nervous Debility, Loss of Memory, Despond- ' enoy, Aversion to Society, Kidney Troubles, or any disease of the Gentto-Urinary Organs, can here find a safe and speedy cure. Charges reasonable, espeoiauy to poor, uuati GUARANTEED. MIDDLE-AGED MEN Troubled with too frequent evaouations of the bladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting or Durning sensation, ana weaiten ing of the system in a manner the patient cannot account for, the dootor will guarantee a pert eot oure in all suoh oases, and healthy restoration ot the genito-urlnary organs. PULES Positively cured without pain by a new method, entirely original with us. No out ting or cautery used. No detention from regular business neoesarv. aVOffloe at Room 9. Board man Butldlnf corner Chapel and State streeta. Omoe Hours: a. m. to m im ia.i evenings T to 9. Bundays, 1? to 18 a. m. . Patients treated by mall. Correspoudenos confidential. ' DR. GILL, Beeldenoe and Office, ; 548 Chapel Street, New Haven. Consultation Hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. . Sundays by Appointment Only. Dr. Gill Has Had Z8 Years txpertenca IN THE TREATMENT AND CURE OF FEMALE DIFFICULTIES, PKIVATK DISEASES; and CHROMIC COMPLAINTS. -Dt1nlii. affontlnn orlvftn to that olais of ailments requiring the servloesof the best surgioal skill and experlenoe, suoh as Rup tures, Fistulas, Piles, Gravel, Striotures, and aU diseases of the Genital Organs, Bladder and Keotum, in enner sei, if uui . cause. Nervous Debility and Seminal Weak ness speedily oured. All manner of Fits, Pa ralysis, Palsy, St. Vitus Danoe, Nervous Spasms, Diseases of the Heart and Nerves. Bheuraatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Blood and Skin Diseases cured. . . . . , FEMALE COMPLATNTS. t- aniMn hA nnnfmltod on the most deli cate medical subjeot in the. striotest confi dence, and ladies, married or single, can bo assured of honorable treatment and speedy relief. Good board and nursing when re- IVif6 oil riifflmiHles frnm XDBUUWH wu.w ' " . 7 ' whatever cause, without pain, and m tne quickest, safest way iJcnvt drug or amy. DUt SOW UilU UUHD, .uw saves nine." . y . nrN. B.-8pecial arrangement for confine ment oases. Pleasant homes as long as de slred before accouchment. Terms moderate. All letters containing stamp promptly an swered. Everything strictly confidential. - Advice by letter 1.00. Many cases success fully treated by maiL Address V, Dr-HENKY F. GILL, ' 548 Chapel Street, oHly J yew Haven, Conn. Security Insnrance Co. OF NEW HAVEN. k ' OFFICE 31 CENTER STREET. y Cash Assets fnly t, 1894, OSOM.M, ' snutorotts Chas, 8. Iete, - OorneUus Pierpout, . JaTb.DeirSlI, i : A.O.Wiloox, . H.Mason, . .4-. Joel A. Sperry, 1 KaStoddard, 8. K. Merwln, ' ; WnuR. Tyler, John W. AlUng, . . 1. 'w xasisc isnp. ,u'.' vCHAB.B.l'Ksrus, U.a MASOW. ' President. JiS.SBWELL, Vioe President, , )leod Beoniwr. H. C. FULLER, Aas'U Seor-tory,' mm mm mm 1 , .'