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put ti.nulu. Brlu Sure Voiai More of Hrowi Durbam-A Word or Two ot Intorrit lo All Uoyor of Fnml tura. In these dayi of active competition, whrn every wide awake merchant Is jiccewarlly possessed of more or leis of the Yale-Harvard football dlsposl ilon to get there, no matter who auf rem, It l many tlmei extremely diffi cult to determine Just who ii leading In the race. At the present time, however, the unparalleled action of Messrs. llrown & Durham would seem to dis pel all mists of uncertainty, dissipate any elouda of doubt and land them de cidedly In the front rank of our most enterprising and progressive contest unt for public favor. Their reputation for low prices ana Honorable dealing Is unquestioned, so when they offer their entire Mock wlth m.t reserve at a discount of 20 per cent. for cash, a they do In our advertising columns to-day, It Is most convincing Mint ihp housekeeper and the rhrlstmuBt buyer as well mny now pro. viile for their own needs and cater for the pleasure and enjoyment of their friends at .he rate of tw cents on me dollar. , The stock offered by Messrs. Erown & Durham Includes every possible housekeeping desire In the way of fur niture, carpets, stoves, dinner sets, etc., And also the thousand and one things In their various departments especially appropriate for the holidays. Low prices have always ruled with this business house since its organiza tion. Instead of trying to see how Httla they could give a customer for his money, they have made It a con etant study to give every purchaser the greatest possible value. Every article in the store Is marked on a oash basis in plain figures, and from these already extremely low prices h cash discount of 20 per cent, is given. There is no such opportunity in the United States to-day for the saving of money In the purchase of your holi day gifts as is offered right here In our midst by our enterprising house. furnishers, Messrs. Brown & Durham, whose -well known mammoth estah lishment Is located on the corner of Orange and Center streets, with en trances on either street. An electric elevator connects the five floors, and every effort is made to please visitors. Give them, a call and you will! never regret It. Free For All Fight pn Oak Street. Edward Sweeney, Henry Painter, James McCafce and John McLellan were arrested yesterday afternoon by Of Hcers Cooney, Doherty, Nichols and 'Klalber and locked up charged with kreach of the peace. The men en gaged in a free-for-all fight at the cor ner of Oak and Factory streets during the course of which several blows were struck, but no serious injury done. Will Present View Later. Washington. Dec. 11. The house com mittee on labor met to-day to hear Commissioners Wright and Kernan, who, by direction of the president, in vestigated the late labor troubles. They were to submit their views in connec tion with the bill reported by the com mittee providing for the settlement of labor troubles by arbitration. They failed to appear, but sent word that they had not time to examine the meas ures and formulate their views, but would do so later. - . , .... rnncmjlTE COATED LITTLE MVBR PCB- 6AT1VB3 A real pleasure to take mem. oi mnca Wm.1. ih&n Din for a torpid fiver and as a. rprnlnftlhartlc. Choco- Kte coated and verysmaff. One dally will operate as a laxative in constipation. In trial vjalspr i or a StSarttc dSS iflo, m la toll size 25c. rials. At mm Believes Oonghs almost Immediately. levesOO nnmliur Is healing A HAfe and Bnaaootning w uw wiruair mm iuuk nttable rwnedy for children. Believes hacKing ana tfonblesome aeotlons ot thethroat and .looses th alrm. In IScL 850. and JSC bottles at retail or Wele oriirW or tbe large site, prepaid by Believes hacking and Win ernel worms In few hours. If worms do not m iiShmi artis cathartic, and relieve thedis eTorced gtoS and bowels, and I do the child good ta any event. Harmless and sweet and fccetotake. So. E. & Wkllb, Jersey City. K.J. rUTRES HARD OR SOFT CORNS AT ONCE. OITOH ON CORNS Salve ana nasiera. inc. NOSE, A gross, noeh, red face or hands, or a coarse grained, uneven or muddy skin destroys the Blessing effect of the most handsome face. LEA.UftEL.LE OIL BALM will assure a clean, smooth skin and complexion tones down the red nose, face or hands ; banishes pimples, black f heads, blotches, freckles: maintains a youthful, fresh glow to the skin and complexion. Prevents tendency to wrinkles, ageing, withering or Brying up of the fiesli or skin. 60c and tLOO bottles at Draggists and Fancy Goods Stores, or sent lent prepaid by express on receipt ot price. K. B. WILLIS, Jersey City, N. J. mm NET COVHT KKCOKU, Common Fleas Court-Criminal Dido Judge Hntcbklsa. In thla court yesterday afternoon the case against John J. McCarthy.charged with Interfering with Officer Bellman, was nulled by Prosecuting Attorney Oumi. In the city court McCarthy was sentenced to three month! In jail, from which he appealed. In the com mon plea court when the case came up yesterday he waa represented by Attorney Kleiner. In the complaint he waa charged with Interfering with Ollleer Bellman on December 10, where as ae a matter of faut the Interference took place at Ave minutes past 12 on the morning of the 11th. When this fact was brought to the attention of Prosecuting Attorney Ounn there was no recourse left but for him to nolle the case. As soon as the case had been disposed of, Officer Bellman lodged a new com plaint with Assistant City Attorney Matthcwman, who Issued another war rant and McCarthy was re-xreted by the olllcera of the Howard avenue pre cinct He will be tried In the city court this Imornlfig end If 'convlated will probably Uike an appeal to Vhe January term of the court of common pleas. The following disposition was made against the policy players of the city and all paid the fines and costs. Frederick Walhofer, fined $50 and costs; fined $85 and costs in the city court Thomas Vincent, $30 and costs; fined $50 and costs In the city court. Robert Klernan, $30 and' costs; fined $50 and costs in the city court. Louis Piierpont, $30 and costs; fined $20 and costs In the city court. John G. Durkln, $30 and costs; fined $75 and costs in the city. The additional costs in the court of common pleas will amount to about $15 in each case, and this will increase the amount to be paid very largely. The gaming cases against Durkln and Walhofer were nolled, the state being unable to prove the charge. City Cort Criminal Side Judge Cable. William A. Church, drunk, $3 fine, breach of peace, $3 fine, $10.66 costs; Patrick D. Fogarty, breach of the peaoe, nolle; Edgar C. Leete, embezzle ment, continued until December 12; William O, Oowles, drunk, thirty days In jail, breach of the peace, three cases, sixty days in jail, $10.34 costs; Anna Hunlter, lascivious carriage, $7 fine, $5.42 costs; Edward H. Freeman, lascivious carriage, $7 fine, 5.42 costs; Edward McGuinness, drunk, $7 fine, $6.24 costs, abusing am officer, Judgment suspended; Edward Nevllla, seduction. nolle; Edward F. Burns, taking horse without leave, continued until Decem ber 12; Michael Murphy, breach of the peace, judgment suspended; Patrick Ora.v. drunk. $5 fine. $8.70 costs, breach of the peace, Judgment suspended; Jane O'Connell, violation of liquor law, dis charged; Simon Blumenthal, violation of city ordinance, continued until De cember 12. Court Notes. In the superior court yesterday Mrs. Julia M. Daly of Waterbury brought an application for the custody of her four minor children. Several months ago since she was granted a divorce from her husband, Michael, on the grounds of intolerable cruelty and was also awarded $3,600 alimony. Judge Wheeler in the superior eourt vesterday rendered a decision award ing $50 damages to Frank J. Haynes, Who fell on a sidewalk on Court street December 24, 1892, and broke his right wrist and brbught suit for $2,500 danv ages against tlie city. WANTS DAMAGES FROM THE CITY. Notice was served on the city yes terday by Johanna. Euberg of Howard avenue thalt she would bring a suit for damages against the city. She claims that on December 3 she fell on the sidewalk In front of 409 Howard avenue and) broke Jier right arm. PROBATE APPOINTMENT. John A. Doolittle and James O'Con- nor were yesterday morning, in the probate court, appointed commissioners on the insolvent estate of the Connect! cut Clothing company on Chapel street. Called From Oh'o to Bridgeport. Bridgeport, Dec. 11. Christ Episcopal church of this city to-day extended call to Rev. Herbert D. Cone of Warren O.. to become its pastor ana It was accepted. Mr. Cone has been in War ren for five years, Is about thirty-five years of age, and a graduate of Prince ton. Christ church Is one of the larg est in the city, and the rectorship has been vacant since the Rev. B. E. War ner went to iNew oneans over a year ago. A BIG SALE. At the Barnum & Bailey Winter Quarters. Bridgeport, Dec 11, The sale of sur plus property at the Barnum & Bailey wdnlter quarters began to-day and is at tended by many circus men, curiosity hunters, old clothes dealers and cos turners. The property being sold that used in the following named spec tacles; Columbus, Nero Ninevah, Montezuma, Moses and 1776. It comprises everything from a tent pin to a "cover for Joseph's bone" and Mr. Bailey eas originally cost $240, 000. He expects that he will realize less than $20,000 on the lot. Band suits complete, nearly new, sold for $1 apiece to-day. No animals were sold to-day, but there are about one hundred to be dis posed of at private sale, and the fol lowing at auction: Four elephants, one yak, four zebus and one spotted hyena. Among the principal purchasers to day are: W. A. Brady, Corbett's man ager; Leon Washburn and Gilbert W, Robinson. Other- circus men present are: Frank A. Rotobfne, William Hen sliww, Colonel W. D. Hager, Bob Hunt ing. IiOula E. Cook, W. H. Gardner, H. Seamon, George. Aiken and George Furznuan. Tina sate will continue four days. ' ' ' ' ' ' : If the Baby I Catting Teetta, rtnauM ftnA uu that old and well-tried remod v. Mrs. Window's Soothing Syrtip for children teethfng.lt soothes the chlld.softeM the gums, allays all pain, cures wind oolio and is the best remedy for. dlarrbXB. B cents ooiue, Mmwf and : ilA VENMORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, NVKDNESDAY, DECEMBER V.l 8222S3SeSg Brighten UP & m hi Library Bon Ami THE MODERN CLEANER. Cleans Windows, Mirrors, Andirons, Fenders, Glass, Woodwork, without a scratch. Look for subscription order to the Qolden W yen) ktivwmty wm, ..lit ..v im Kfinrl.-ir(i wnrka. unabridffed. UrKe type. on good paper, 4 xo'i. acm lur prciu Chllds Child, 8 IlirrUon St., n. I. Clearing Sale AT 841 and 843 Chapel St. We shall commence to-day and continue during the next two weeks a olosing- out sale of Millinery Goods. Everything in our stock marked down to oost or below cost. Sweeping reductions in the prices of Trimmed Goods, Untrimmed Hats, Ostrich Feathers, Fancy Feathers, Flowers, Laces, v - Ornaments, Velvets, Jet Goods, etc., tc. RIBBONS For fanoy work at-manuf rs' prices. 60dozeu faucy TAM O'SHANTERS in wool and zephyr, for girls and chil dren, from 25 to 45c each.'worth double. BARGAINS in every department. R. B&tLERSTEIN & CO: Miami 813 llil street. TO VISIT BRIDGEPORT. To Join Friends In a Parade. The Second regiment band will go to Bridgeport Friday evening next to join Wheeler & Wilson's band in a parade. It will be a return compliment of their visit to this city last Friday. Salvation Army. There will be a special meeting at Day's hall this evening held by the Sal vation army, and Ensign Espott will speak of the army and its work. The meeting will be called at 8 p. m. Public cordially invited to attend. Ayres Prizes Awarded. . . . Mlddletown.Dec. 11. The Ayres prizes for the best examinations at Wesleyan university were this morning awarded to E. W. Burr of Montclair, N. J., and A. P. Beardsley or ueroy, tjonn. TOE PEERLESS ORLOPS'. History of the Great Diamond. . . ; the pride ol ot the world, for its In the len from India o Catherine, the great C: i, a pension of 94,000 of nobility, She at once gave it antio Jover, Colonel Orloff, hence its ,9 IKU lllnafratlnn rATtrMnhtS aV attractive pocket pin cushion, which w WUl waa aee . any onqi. wnw CHASE & SANBORN, U4- i i I i rv and fifed n Q Sitting 3jyii rT ftl TSfSSIPS with mm UlBMO The huf o OrlofnUjinond TSdin And the admimtion Taffee size, wast lastVentury and JpjW farina. foASlSTOOC tohegta V' GERMAN CANARIES. THE first Installment of our holiday ttoo. I hnr A II vnnnir lilrtla anil Warrautod singer. We buy no aooouda. Now line of 01(6 nd new auale of price. New supply of frulu In great vartuty at our new uptown locution. ' u J.B. JUDSON, 867 Chapel 8t. i 073 8Ut Street, near Edward. COMB and nt a nloe Chrtitmo Present with a pound of Tin or with half a pound. bkuu, etieua, xoya, uiiiii nu uihwwi The verr ry uest or xoa au vuuee auuuu iu tun city. Come and give us a trial, A. nnvnBN. Poultry IsCheap THE QUALITY IS FINE. Fine fresh Chickens, 12o lb, full dressed. Fine fresh Turkeys, Ho ana 15o lb, full dressed. Fine fresh Duoks, 15o lb. Fancy kiln-dried Sweet Potatoes, 25o Pe(- . ' . Jfure Vermont mapie oyrup, Quart bottles only 22c; gallon cans only 7So a can. 100 oases fine Clover Iloney, only 18o lb, comb. Carload of fanoy Marrow i'eas, at only lOo can, 91.10 per doz. Our Fanoy Maine Sweet Corn, at 12c can, is the finest ooru you ever had on your table. We sell a one can of Corn at uo. . Fancy Malaga Grapes nt 13o lb. Fanoy Tokay Grapes at 12c lb. Florida Oranges 20c and 25o doz. Fancy Lemons at 12c doz. Flour has advanced. Better buy now D. M. WELCH & SON, 28 and 80 Congress Avenue, Branobes 176 Campbell Avenue, West Haven. 8 Grand. Avenue, Fair Haven. It Wffl Ticlle Mi Palate And impart a relish to your food. WHAT? Shaker Apple Sauce. Packed in 1 and j gallon pails. Genuine Imported Scotch Short Bread and Battalion Biscuit. Don't forget our del'olous Sweet Cider, only 20 cents gallon. Over 500 gals, sold already this season. AT THE OLD STAND. E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State St. Litchfield County Pork AND OLD FASHIONED Bag Sausage, TO BE FbtfND AT " T'. HURLBURT BROS.' EROI THE CHOICEST. Table Baisins, ; Oranges, Malaga G-rapes Nuts, Crystallized Frtiits and Salted Almonds, Carefully prepar e! ?.nd always fresh. GILBERT & THOMPSON. Turkeys, Quail, Partridge, Grouse, Ganvasliack Ducks, Venison. HEADQUARTERS FOB . ERESH YE&ETABIES. Mushrooms, Brussels Sprouts, Artiohokes, Celery, Lettuce, Radish, Cucumbers, String Beans, Green Peas, iSgg Plant and Cauliflower. FRUITS AND FANCY GROCERIES. THE E. B. BIT CO., Cor. Church and ; -Elm Streets. v Telephone call S6D. ! , "SUPERUTIVE." The Leading Bread floor of the World. , . v J.D. DEWELL i CO, Wholesale Agents, ' 1 239 State Street. New Haven. IJWsccllaucotiB. MM Winter Hilluery. 1132 Chapel Street, ' Becond door above York street. , . A large, handsome and varied assort r ment of Millinery Trimmings. : Speolal styles In Felt Haw. 1 ArtiBtloally Trimmed Hats and Bonnets. . . Mourning Bonnets-and Hate .. a specialty. . . Hiss A. V. Byrnes, 1132 CHAPEL STREET, y" ? ! v Second door abote York ittreeW -" - Plumbing and Gasfitting. J. K. Buckley, 179 Chnrch t THE REGAL HUB. EleVated Closet, Cabinet Base. Over 1500 used In New Haven. The heaviest, finest made, and most convenient Range ever offered. SOLE AGENT, S. E. DIBBLE, 639 Grand Avenue. PARLOR STOVES. We are now prepared to show you the largest assortment of Parlor Stoves to be found in the city, comprising all tbe latest designs and the most eco nomical and powerful heaters in tne market to-day. Fire Place Goods IN GREAT VARIETIES. Brass Andirons, Black Iron Andirons, Brass Fire Sets. Black Iron Fire Sets, Hearth Brushes, Portable Grates, Fire Screens, eto. Gas Fixtures In e-rcat varieties. New designs arriv ing dally. Our stock is now complete and prices low. Sanitary Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating, A SPECIALTY. THE ARNOLD CO. STATE AND CROWN STREETS. Largest Stock of Heating Stoves IN THE CITY. Fur.naces, hot Water and Steam Heaters. Gas Fixtures, Oil Lamps, and Kitohen ,, Furniture. ALSO MAGEE RANGES. CURTISS & P1ERP0HT, 272 274 276 278 Elm street 5 nz xx iiniilinilnMiai i.iiii a. Ill ' YOUR CHRISTMAS AS WELL as your THANKSGIVING DINNER WiU not be complete unless you have ' ROOT'S QUAKER BREAD. Most nutritious and palatable, and endorsed and highly recommended j by the medical faculty. ' Thousands say it is the most delicious and healthful bread ever Introduced to -1 - .- ,' the New Haven public. Made by the original process at Root'sBakery, 859 Grand Avenue ' BE SUBE AND ' -. - Ask your grocer fo ROOT'S QUAKER BREAD. , . tW Label on each loaf . . o JhE L 'if Without v 1894 XvavslUx' (Sulfa. bXAlil.VB KKW UAVKN XUAJIl. . POKTATIOSI LINK. lal)y Kioit tnrdT. ,,ft Btr. JOHN H. 8TAM1M. Captalo JUSSSaCMoAllsUir.leavraNowlUvmirroui Buu-in 1'ior, foot of Brown Ciw-, J Wil P. m. Bunily, Tumday said ThumUT, m. Cupula Kpoor, Mondays, riuuya. Tbe tfutrln leave Wl'mly mid' rridy. Th Buirtn leave Vnrk fmm MnrlM. North KlVoT. at V P. Itt. Mondays, Wliuay aod Krlday. 'Ih.li. Fare, VuT, Mouraion UoaoU, f Ui. 6UtO- rootua, Sl.uu. iSd ..itterooms for sate at J. M. Unm, JrJai tuapel stre: Pook BUhop, VUBia fWW. mm-mn I Kreo ko leave, tue depot on arrival of iiFtrnn mi. and from earner Cuurol ana Ctmpet .troota ovary balr bour.ooinmenolnf al SuH) p. in. Throusii tn-Uht raua Itlveu and b IIS r llUllllg IMUOU IO pomia w c., and aoulbwaai. C. H. FISHER, Agent. Unier your treignt via pianii uma. New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHARD PECK, Leavra New Haven (Bell, pock) dally toxoepi Bunuay),tS)nigbH Wow KO trior a iuvor;, p. in. CONTINENTAL, Now naven. dally (utor.pt Sunday), 10: a. nw New York. li:JU p. m., Saturday ii p. m. Faro LW. Eioumlon ljw. tuumimi anil tinkllta (or aal at POOK Bishop's tm Cbupot .uoot, and at Mix's drug "iSrough mtca (rlvon and bills of lading; Is sued to points West, South and Soutbwest by ino now iiaven sum trajui uuo. Frue slave from Uopot to ulgbt boat on ar rival of trains. . BAKERY and CAFE, And Quick Lunch Parlors. Look at the Price of Bread : One 2 lb Loaf, 7c. Two 2 lb Loaves, 13c. Four 2 lb Loaves, 25c. By buying four loaves at the store you nave oir fare both ways aim nave o cenis leu from former prices. 46 to 50 Church street. B. M. MONPON ET AL, , VS. I THE FHISB1E ELEVATOR AND f M AN U FACi L rllNU CO. Superior Court, New Hiiveri, County, I Deoember 7th. I4. OHDEK of Notlceof Limitation of time for Presentation of Claims. By order of tlie Superior Court for New Haven County, notice Is hereby given to all persons holding claims ajralnst The Frisble Elovator and Manufacturing Company, a Corporation locuted In the Town of Now Ha veu. to present said claims, duiy verified, to the undersigned, who has been appointed Re ceiver of said Corporation by said Superior Court, within a period of four months from tbe th day of November 1SW, and that all claims not so presented will be barred, in ac cordance with the statute In such cases made an dl"'0jj5EHTCK Bi FARNSWORTH, d8 3t Receiver. H. W. BEECHEK. JAS. M. BENNET r. BEECHER and BENNETT, Funeral Directors and Kmbalmers, No. 280 Elm St., Broadway Square. Telephone No. 576-3. Mirht Bell. Lady Assistant. OifU II THEODORE KEILER, UNDERTAKER, 162 ORANGE STREET, Near Court streeU Telephone No. 87-X L. W. ROBINSON; ARCHITECT. Removed to No. 760 CHAPEL STREET. Philadelphia Dental Rooms, 781 Chapel Street. . - Teeth cleaned, 75o. Teeth tilled with Amalgam, 50o. Tooth filled with Stiver, 75o. Tooth ailed with Gold, . SLOOaadup. Teeth extracted, .'So. Vitalized Air, 50o. Teeth Extracted Without Pain by the use of our Vitalized Air, maaeiresn at our uuiue. Office Open at All Honrs. L. D. MONKS, D. D. S., Manager, wm llaliouey fillers, Steam 1 Hot Water, ' ! AfcEV 8elf Contained, requiring nb brick setting. , Gaskets or Packing, and are thus always tight. ' - Have Vertical Waier Ways,,givjng free circulation. Large Direct Fire Surface, using the radiant a heat of the Are. Thousands in use and all giving satisfaction. SHEAHAN & GROARK, Steam Fitters and Plumbers ---' Telephone 401-3 , 285 and 287 Stat Street, , xnvtlUvBf (Snl&t, New York, New Hayenand Hartford B.B. hovmubar 10, lfOa, TK Al NS I.RAVK NEW HA VEX AS FOLLOW FOK K8W rOHK-'t;, '4J0, to;0U, T:5). ;10, AJ0, 93J, tlOdO a. 1&0Q,U:0J,U:U (parlor ear limited), "IJB, 1:44, 1-30, Iffl, list, U.U, 'IM, tiO, M, 1:UK :W, (Mi unaport aeoonmoOaUon), -9-.10, t.li p. m, BtWDAra-'iJO, 'iM, H a. liM, MiU. Urtdjreport aeoommodation), "8; 10, t-.li p, nv. I 7.U, O.aO, WIUJ D. ffli FOR WASHINGTON vu HARLEM BIVEH -110 a. m. (dally), 1:10 p. in. FOR BOSTON VU BPRLSOFIELD-'lill UKB a. BU, 'Wl, ta p. m. tiUDAT 1J0(nlght, 5J3p.m. FOR BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PROVIDENCB-t:U, HuB (parlor oar limited) a. m, 'hMB, J4, -S.ia, HM and tM p.m. Bdrdats 1:13, tJO a. n, HM. t-.X' P. in. ' FOR BOSTON tu AIR LINE AND N.Y. N. B. It R.-'IM p. m, SrWDAvwnar p. m. FOR UKR1DKN, HARTFORD, SPRINO. FIELD, Bra-UJO (night), t:iO, M, n0iO, ll.-0o a. nu 13KM, 1M, 8:10, MO, 'b:it,(tM ta" Hartford), 8.B, 10:06 p. m. SOMDATS-'L) (night), 8JB, 8 JS (aooomodatlon) p.m. N.w London Ulvlalon. - FOR NRW LONDON, Bra-la (night), (night), 7:50, 11.05, 1L3J (parior oar Urn- Ited), a. m, 'tSfO, tiO, 8KB. '4:15, :, Mi, IM (Guilford aooommodatlon), ':65, 11:14 p. m. (Qullforl aooommodatlon.) Sosoam H:13 (night), 'JJJ (ulgbt), 'tM, HAi p. m. Air Uu Dlvlilon. FOR MIDDLETOWN, 'WILLlltANTIO.BTO. -8.-03 a. m, WO, 17, 8:08 p. m. Sundats-4-JS7 p. m. Connecting at Mlddlotown with Volley Division and at WUUmantlo with N. f. 4 N. E. and N. L. N. U. R.1 at XuraorvUlo with Colobestor branob. Northampton Dlvlalon. FOR BHELB0BNB FALLS, TURNER'S FALLS, V7ILLIAMSBURQ, H0L70KE AND NEW HARTFORD, and intermediate stations 7:46, UKM a. m. and 4:00 p. m. FOUNORTHAHPTON and points this slder At 5:58 p.m. Berk.hlro Division. FOR DERBY JUNCTION :M p. ra. FOR DERBY JUNCTION. BIRMINGHAM, AN90 NIA, ETa 7KJ0, t:iO a. nu, 12:00, 5:3). 106. 11:15 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 8:30 p. m. FOR WATERBURY 7.-00, 0:40 a. m UJJ, tOl, SOB, 7:3j p. m. Sundats 8:10 a. m. FOR WINSTED-71. 0:40 a. m., 3: 37, :M p.a Sundays 8:10 a, m. FOR SHELTON, BOTSFORD, NEWTOWN. D ANBURY, FIXTSF1ELD, STATE LINE 8:49 a. m 428 p. m. FOR ALBANY, BUFFALO. DETROIT, C1N CINNAU, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND THH WEST via State Line 9:40 a, m., 4S8 p. m, FOR LITCHFIELD and points on S., L.&N. R.R 6:00 a. m. (via Bridgeport and Hawloy. vUlo.) 4:&lp. in. (via Hawleyvllle.) 'Express Trains, t Local Express. G. T. B EMPSTE AD, Gen. Passenger Art. 88 Tenn' FTPPrlencn In Chr"tilo Peases. Old, BeUabla, Jixpart specialist Tn Nnrvnnn l)iaHHflrH. lilood anil Kktn Afleo. tions, Kidney and Bladder troubles, and all rrivaie .uiscaoeB or men unu wtjmuu. VOUNG MEN Sufterlni? from the effects of youthful follies or indlsoretlons, or troubled with woakness. Nervous Debility, Loss of Memory, Despond, ency, Aversion to Society, Kidney Troubles, or any disease of tho Genfto-Urinary Organs, can here find a safe and speedy oure. Cbarires reasonable, especially to poor. CURE3 QUAUANTEBD. ' lllDBWAGED MEN I Troubled with too frequent evacuations of tlie bladder, often aooompanied by a sliffht smarting or uurniuir neuai.uii. nu nt ihn HvRtrmi in a manner tho patient cannot account for, the doctor will guarantee a perfeot oure in all such cases, and healthy Blood Poison and Syphilis perma nently cured. Plies, ' Rheumatism, Shin Diseases and Sores of all kinds cured so the v stny cured. taromoe at Room 9. Boardmaa Bulldlai I corner Cbapel and State Btreets. ! Umoeuours: s a. m. to ia m., evenings 7 to . Sundays, 10 to 12 a, m. Patients treated by mail. Correspondsoos oonlldentlal. . - . . nfc DR. GILL, Residence and Office, 548 Chapel Street, New Haven. . Consultation Hours, 9 a.ni. to 8 p. m. . . . Sundays by Appointment Only. ', ' Dr. Gill Has Had 28 Years' Experience Hj THE TREATMENT AND CURE OF FEMALE DIFFICULTIES, MEDICAL DISPENSARY riSIVATE DISEASES, and ' i (, . CHRONIC COMPtAliJt?. riven 'to that 0la33 of - ailments requiring the servioesof the best surgical .UU and, Bxperience, asuch as BuP- tures, riHHuas, rum, V V w r.i 1.1 aU diseases 0 the Genital Organs, Blaldor and Rectum, in either sex, from whatever I CHUBB. Aio VM 2 - v Via rj npaq annpdllV C lire (A. All UiWiuci v- - KsT VitusDanoe. Nervous Spasms, Diseases. of the Heart and Nervei Kheumatism, Neuralgia, Solatloa. Blood and Skin Diseases oured. , - , , .- FEMALE OOMPtAINTS." ' Dr Gill can be consulted on the most deTt oate' medical subject in the Jtrictst conft- , dence,and todies, married or single, ran ba asslired of honorable treatment and Speely relief. Good board and nursing when re- q Thootor cures all female'diffloultles from Whatever -nabever cause, without paw,; ana in tue nickest. safest way. " "Don't drug or -delay. nnlnkesb. safest way. but see him at once. The stitch in time eaves nine. T. B.-Speolal arrangement f or Canflne- nnufl P RUttDt OnillfM BA . lOQV UO sired before aooouebment. Terms moderate. All letters containing .stamp Womptly an swered. Everything strictly confidential. Advice by letter $1.00. Many oases success fully treated by mail. Address . Dr. HENRY r. valLLj . . 648 Chapel Street, olSlV CWbtt Haven, Con". A FRIEND IN NEED. , - DE. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LDHMIT. : Prepared from tbe recipe, bt JW. Btephen. Sweet of Connecticut, the great Natural Bone om Haa hAMiuiuid tar mnrA than 5J roan and la the best- known remedy for Hbeuma tlsm. Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Uurns, Cata, H UllllUI UN Wl MM3f IM. ,UJU,.M - C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor. 'Sole Agent, if-.'- txCt''"t) -,f ' .;-i;. . . .;.