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NEW HAS EN MOKNLNU JOUKNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22 1894
rEMAONAL JOTTIXel. llama of IitoiNl la New Ha rapU. Mrs. C. E. Rothschild of Chlco.who tiai been vlsltlnf her parent, ex-Alder-man rVinnenbert; u wife, of thl City, left yeterdajr to return to her phloano homo, her brother, Louis Son. peitbery of Tale '97, accompanying her for a abort atay. Mr. Bonnenberr. wife of e-Alderman Bonnentoerg. nd her daughter, Mlaa Jlattle, left yesterday for few weeka atay at Atlantic City. Private George V. Barton of the Bluea ha been appointed a corporal. Dr. Gerald M. V. Shell of Fordham h.wpltal. New York, la the guest of Daniel Carroll of Carlisle street J. A. Costello and Mrs. C. J. Costello are also Air. Carroll's guests. Uls Welthy Thompson, who resides at the home of her sister, Mrs. Frederick BL Kelley, 47 At water street, waa atrlck en with paralysis Wednesday. She Is very III. Dr. A. Kirk Brennan of this city has freen appointed on the staff of the Hew Haven dispensary, fie has been on the house staff of several New Tork hoa ltals during the past year. yew jia r jt.v ca t. edoxia xh. fhelr Coming Twonty-flflh Celebration In Honor of Barns, On January 25 the New Haven Cale donia club will give Khelr twenty Hfth oelebratlon of "Bobby" Burn's birthday at the Hyperion, with an ex cellent program. Senator Joseph R. Hawley will preside, and the address on "Burns" will toe given by the Hon. Lynde Harrison. Theartlsta engaged to fill out the pro gram of entertainment are Miss Eliza beth Cornelia Gaffney of this city, so prano; Miss Zora Gladys Horlocker of New York, contralto; W. H. Relger of new York, tenor, and Gwalyn Miles of New York, baritone. All the singers Jiave been heard here, where they have won meritorious recognition as excell ent artist, except Mr. Miles, who will Make his first appearance here. He is eaid to have a very fine voice, and to be one of the coming celebrities on the concert galaxy. In addition to these Miss Bertha Behress, violinist, of New Tork, and Miss Mary Dudley Burke, elooutionist, have been engaged. EAST ROCK LODGE. Officers Elected For the Coming Tear. The following have been eleotetl offi cers of East Rock lodge, A. O. U. W., tor 1895: Past master workman, John G. Hurd; master workman, M. C. Buell; Iforeman, E. E. Cooper; overseer, E. S. IWade; recorder, F. "W. Prince; financier, Ezra Healyj receiver, F. H. Francis; guide, H. A. Keenan; inside watchman, George O. Munson; outside watchman, Charles T. Hotchkiss; representative to grand lodge, C. H. Mann; alternate, J. G. Hurd; trustees, R. B. Farren, E. S. IWade. If there are any people who haven't attended the basement "Toy Fair" they'll be well paid for coming. d22 2t MAULEY, NEELY & CO. Costs no more to put your "wash" into a pretty fancy sweet grass Indian hamper. We sell them. d22 2t MALLEY, NBELY & CO. Art room to the front Effective home decorations In our Japanese scarfs and piantel draperies ready for use, $2.75 up. d22 2t M'ATJUEY, NEELY & CO. Rongh on Coughs. A Throat and Long Balsam. Safe and re liable (or children or adults. A popular and effective remedy. 15c. and 35c at Druggists. Rongh on Voice and Throat Care Foronbllc speakers, singers. &c. For allaying rawnesa, soreness, irritation, tenderness, inflam mation; soothing and strengthening to the overstrained voice ana mroai. 35c at j gists, or mailed. E. 8. WELLS, Jersey City, They are a Power in the Land. For rousing and moving the public, nothing equals RouCH on Bile Pills. Most searching and thorough, best oathartic, anti-bilious liver pills. They are chocolate coated and very small. 100. and 35c at Druggists. Ia Tonr Head Right! If not, take a dose of Rough on Bile Pills, prompt, thorough, effective, cathartic, anti Dillons, They are chocolate coated tana very small Never fail. locandasc. Don't Experiment. Yon have a right to suspect interested 'motives in any dealer who might offer substi tutes for "Rough 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 15c. and ijc 'wooden boxes, and always bears the name, Ephraiu S. Wells. Rough on Rum Intemperance. (In tablet form), modifies the propensity, the craving, and the intemperate desire for strong llUUKiUWyBWrTUUSOWS) pTDmUin HCOl, ito vents tendency to delirium tremens, etc. Ask Druggists for Rouoh on Run, $1, or sent by tnaii. B. S. WELLS, Jersey City, N. J. OIL. TNC WONOCR Of IHC WOBU For Ladies M10 sew or do homework, LEATJRELLE OIL BALM Is a deUshtrol article for instantly soften Ins the skin and allaying roughness ; acta at once, ana only sue application necessary. When applied dries In fButekV, need not be washed oft nor covered up. Its uae uueB due munen with the Immediate handling of the finest riDoona, suits or sauna. Will not grease norsotl anything. WIU smooth ana clear the moot an noying skin or complex ion, gives a healthful glow and fnaUneas. 1 aoee woo use FACE POWDERS To neutralize the tnlnrl. ens effect of anv nowder ar UqsM, nse LEATJRELLE OIL BALM. Iftfio pow der is oand at night apply LEATJRELLE in day time, 1 f during the day apply at night or first bathe the neca or face wttfc LEAURELLE OIL BALM, then appb (be powder. The effect la most elegant. Keeps akin oft, moots and citable. Try WELLS' INVISIBLE BLVET CREAM FACE POWDER, It's very One. pcsjaragguta, Fancy uooaa tuoresor oy mau. VOUR HLOVFS feu be put on Immediately after using LEATJRELLE nor mi ESS! fancy gtoreil or br fiprwSrapald oa roceli 1 in toatantl and needs no waakuw off. It is not stick aty; will not toil glOTea. silks, satins nor rib, mre, clean, oolorleas. harmless. A delightful BOMB HOLIDAY BOOKt. "A Hilltop Bummer." By Alyn Yates Keith, author of "A Spinster's Leaf lets." The story of a summer sojourn In a country town, narrated with the same delicacy and simplicity of style that rendered "A Spinster's Leaflets' 0 enjoyable. The romance, the trage dy, the comedy, that enters into life, in even the most retired of New England villages, require a chronicler who has both insight and sympathy the ten derness of the poet, and the quick. Arm touch of the artist Such a chronicler had these quaint folk of Hilltop. The little volume Is beautifully printed and neatly bound, and many appropriate half-toned Illustrations are set into the text with decorative effect. Lee & Bhepard, Boston. For sale by the E. P. Judd company. "The Century Magazine" offers in its program for 1895 a new and magnifi cently Illustrated "Life of Napoleon," written by Professor William M. Bloane of Princeton. Never in its history has it projected a greater serial than this, which will be a concentration of all the lives and memoirs of "the man of des tiny," reliable, impartial and based up on the laws of historical criticism. New portraits will be printed, great histori cal paintings reproduced, and striking scenes have been drawn anew by fa mous modern artists. A powerful novel of Italian life, by Marlon F. Crawford, Is also promised; a novelette by Mrs. Burton Harrison, Illustrated articles on 'Washington In Lincoln's Time," by Noah Brooks; stories by Rudyard Kip ling, etc., etc., a literary banquet, In fact, which will be amply satisfying to all tastes. Bound volumes of the Cen tury for 1894 are now ready, and are among the choicest books to be found at this holiday season. The beautiful bindings, the wealth of Illustration and the varied, well-balanced reading mat ter by the best of the writers of to-day make the Century most acceptable as a holiday gift. The Century company, New York. For sale by all booksellers. Christmas and New Year's cards are perhaps not so much in vogue as they were a few years ago, but there is still a demand for them, and those publish ed by Raphael Tuck & Sons are attrac tive to create an increased demand. Many of the folded cards are unique in shape, and all are artistic In design and dainty and harmonious In coloring. They are designed at the studios In England and printed at the Fine Art works In Saxony for the publishers, Raphael Tuck & Sons, London, Paris and New York. "When All the Woods Are Green." By S. Weir Mitchell, M. D., author of "Characteristics," "Doctor and Pa tient," etc. A tale of the primeval Canadian forests, In which the leading characters (persons of more than or dinary culture) are thrown In contact with the sturdy but uncouth back woodsmen. The story Is brisk In ac tion, and strong In its delineation of character. There are vivid descriptions of adventures with rod and gun, and the beauty and mystery of the deep woods is painted with masterly touches. A fine portrait of the author forms an appropriate frontispiece. The Century Co., New York. For sale by the B. P. Judd Co. "The Man Who Married the Moon, and other Pueblo Indian Folk-Stories." By Charles F. Lummis, author of "Some Strange Corners of Our Coun try," etc. The author of this book has lived for five years among the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico, learning their language and customs, and in the long winter evenings listening to the tales the, old men tell to the boys gathered about them wonderful stories of "The Antelope Boy," "The Ants That Push ed on the Sky," "The Man Who Wouldn't Keep Sunday," "The Town of the Snake Girls," etc. These stories Mr. Lummis has written out for the boys and girls of America just as the old Indians told them. There are thirty stories altogether, not including the one which gives title to the book, and there are many pictures of the strange people and animals a bout which these stories are told. Illustrated from drawings by George Wharton Edwards, after photographs by the author. The Century Co., New York. For sale by the E. P. Judd Co. "Mather Goose In the Kindergarten." By Fannie Sheldon Bolton. A revision of some of the old rhymes by a mother who believes, with many other thought' ful people, that the time-honored1 jin gles in their original shape are hardly suited to the children of this age of enlightenment. Little minds should not be shocked, or tender hearts har dened, by the needless recital of crimes and: cruel ties. In this revision all that is objectionable has been left out with manifest benefit both to the rhymes and to those who read or hear them read. The illustrations, many of which are very graceful, were drawn by Mrs. Bolton, editor of the "Mother's Jour nal," which is published in this city. Kindergarten Literature Co., Chicago, For sale by all booksellers. "Sirs, Only Seventeen!" By Vir ginia F. Townsendl author of "A Bos ton Girl's Ambitions," etc. Miss Town- send's stories are always pure, bright and cheery. She has brilliant descrip tive and imaginative powers, which are displayed at their best in this new story. In it she pictures the lives of some very Interesting people, promt' nent among whom are Dorothy Dray. cott and her brother Tom, a Harvard student, two very strong and attrac tive characters. Boston and vicinity furnish the groundwork for most of the scenes, the movements and inci dents of which are sufficiently allur ing to keep the reader's interest and attention to the end. Lee & Shephard Boston. For sale .by the E. P. Judd Co. - We'll treat you twice as good before 12 o'clock, So much more room morn lns. d22 2t MALLEY. NEELY & CO. No surety about this fine weather continuing another day. Quicker you buy the better. d22 2t M ALLEY, NBELY & CO. Large arm, high back reed rockers, $1.50. Strong, ornamental and- com fortable. . :;i ''"! ' ' ." d22 2t MALLEY, NEELY ft CO, Brighten up Library Bon Amil a V .N ft THE MODERN CLEANER, Cleans ' ' 9, Andirons, Fenders, $ Glass, Woodwork, iiuiiiuna. 111 il 1 111 .1. v I without a scratch. Look for subscription order to the Oolden Oem Library with each cake. The books re Standard works, unabridged, large type, on good pap"; cnt Plc,u on package and 5 cents, j'biu. a kiM. a n.wt,M Sf. w v. WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Solicitor of PATENTS Eight Years Examiner In V. 8. Patent Office. and Counselor in OFFICES 1 New Haven, Springfield, 317 MAIN ST. 70 CHURCH ST. RADIATORS A! STOVES FOR HEATING WITH GAS! The best sgent known for SAFE, CLEAN and Mfitimr neat. Anolled instantly, controlled eaallv. All the heat you need no more than you need ALSO. Cooking Stoves, Water Heaters, Hot Plates, Ovens, etc. All the above sold, set up and warranto! by The New Haven Gas Light Co., NO. 80 CKU WN STKEET. Salesroom under the Office. Notice Get the Heat. The only agente for Huyler's con fectionery In the city are E. Hewitt & Co. Buy of them and get it fresh. dll eod tf "Trust Those Who Have Tried." Catarrh caused hoarseness and diffi culty in speaking. I also to a great extent lost hearing. By the use of Ely's Cream Balm dropping of mucus has ceased, voice and hearing have greatly improved. J. W. Davidson, Attorney at Law. Monmouth, 111. I used Ely's Cream Balm for catarrh and have received great benefit. I be lieve it a safe and certain cure. Very pleasant to take. William Frazer, Rochester, N. Y. Price of Cream Balm Is fifty cents. d!8 St eod ltw Book cases, ladies' desks and every style of furniture for this month only at a discount of 20 per cent, for cash. d!2 tf Brown & Durham. Fine stock of Bradbury and Sterling pianos at E. L. Catlin's, 643 Chapel St Holiday Presents. The best and cheapest place to buy your holiday presents is at the Centen nial American Tea company's atore,363 State street. They have a fine assort meht of useful and ornamental artioles which they sell at bottom prices inde pendent of the tea and coffee business. Their business in this line is much in advance of all competitors Our special present to every purchaser of one pound of tea or baking powder for the next few weeks will surprise you. Do not fail to see them. Centennial Amer ican Tea company, 363 State street, dll tf When Baby was sick, we gaye net Castorla, -When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla. When she became Miss, she clung to Castorla. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria B IN INFANCY. 'eatures of the Modern de of America. lomon, the world h beginning reject. The modern its noted goods, lias houses recognized ore care in the growing which the; delicious beverage is mad ft CAB OneM the Coffeetu .Since tUKdays oTllf iXrecoted that carexat the tlfesfflWtsential in dnAr. iwm traue, VVl ltlY- a J. : selltnir tradeVnarVTO fhisMnd tfUcesYn on 1 1 lyyroin 1 Tl TiTI x 1 This illustration represents , very attractive pocket pin cushion, which w will send free to any one. Address - CHASE & SANBORN, . - BOSTON. . r' Srouistoiis, &c. 1 vti) Biaie siren, near r.uwaraa, COMB and get nioe Christmas Present with pound ofTmor wilb half a pound, hkaim. Kick) a. Tore. htna ami Ulaaawara. TUo very boat Of I've mid Cottoe found in thla eltv. Cuiun and give us s trial A. IHIVDBN. Litchfield County Pork AND OLD FASHIONED Bag Sausage, TO BE FOUND AT HURLBTJRT BROS.' FROM THE CHOICEST. Table Raisins, Oranges, Malaga Grapes Nuts, Crystallized Fruits and Salted Almonds, Carefully prepared and always fresh. GILBERT & THOMPSON. D. I. WELCH & SON OFFER For Christmas Trade : Fancy full dressed Turkeys. " " Chickens. " " - " Ducks. " " " Geese. The above stock is extra fine and will be on sale Friday and Saturday. Best quality Cape Cod Cranberries 14o quart. 200 baskets floe Catawba Grapes 22o basket. Mixed Nuts. 5,000 lbs Mixed Nuts, only lOo pound. Best mixture in town ; all new nuts. Oranges for Christmas. Fine selected sweet Floridas 25c doz. Extra large " " only 20o doz. Good sized " " 15c doz. Ours is the place to buy Raisins, Cit ron and Currants. Take our advice and buy your Poul try this week and avoid the rush on Monday ; we guarantee stock will keep. D. M. WELCH & SON, 28 and 30 Congress Avenue, Branches 175 Campbell Avenue, West Haven. 8 Grand Avenue, Fair Haven. We Haye Them For Your Xmas anff lfew Year. Hundreds of delicious Florida Oranirna. large, sweet and juicy, $1.75 to $2.25 per box. This fruit is larre, sweet and juicy. Our leader at i&o doz. is a bargain. A ton of the bo-t pure Broken Candy at 10c lb. 2.000 lbs. best selected new Nuts. Our mixed Nuts are our own mixture and we guarantee them new and the beat selections, iHC IU. , . , , ' 1,000 lbs. best Mixed Candy, 12tfc lb. Select ed Apples for table and tree decorations. Xmas Candles for your tree, 10c per box. A.111H8 trees, an sizes, i,uuu 10s. Malaga urnpes, hard, pink and sweet. Genuine Imported Scotch Short Bread. MnKe a jLmas present or a Dunain or our genuine Plantation hand made Cigars. Noth ing like them on the market. Make peace and contentment in the house. Ansonia Doughnuts. Briggs' Homemade Cake. Fie and Bread, Loaf Cake a specialty for Xmas. For ex 'n loaves order in ad vance and don't be uij.t .pointed. AT THE OLD STAND. E. E. NICHOLS, 378 State St. Telephone 552-1. ' . Judson's Christmas Fruits. WE come to the front as usual with a large and carefully selected stook. For tweuty years wo have catered to the public and aur customers are our best ad vertisers. J. B. JTJDSON, 867 Chapel street, Exchange Building. Turkeys, Quail, Partridge, Grouse, Canvashack Ducks, Venison. HEADQUARTERS FOB - EEESH VEGETABLES. Mushrooms, Brussels Sprouts, , . .Artichokes, Celery, 1 Lettuce, Radish, Cucumbers, String Beans, Green Peas, LEgg Plant and Cauliflower. FRUITS AND FANCY GROCERIES. THER. H.NESBIT CO., Cor. Church and Elm Streets. . Telephone call 380. " SUPERLAT1YE." The Leading Bread Flour of the World. . , I D. DEWELL & CO, v' Wholesale Agents, T : ; ' 239 .State Street. New Haven. ROBINSON & FISHER, Patents and Patent Causes, Oflices, 157 Church Street, v lift Pitn. HEW HAYK2T. CONK. Plumbing and Gasfiiting. J. H. Buckley, 179 Chnrch at THE REGAL HUB. Elefatcd Closet, Cabinet Base. Over 1500 used lu New Haven. The heaviest, finest mode, and most convenient Range ever offered. SOLE AGENT, S. E. DIBBLE, 639 Grand Avenue. Tbe largest Assortment OF Brass' aM Wronibt M FIREPLACE GOODS To be found in the city, Including Fire Sets, Andirons, Fenders, Spark Guards, Coal Hods, eto. We have a few Franklin and Parlor Stoves Left, which we offer at a great discount from previous prices. We make this sacrifice rather than carry them over. i Plumbing and General Repairing A SPECIALTY. 'Hot Air, Steam and Hot Water GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES ... in great variety. THE ARNOLD CO. STATE AND CROWN STREETS. Largest Stock of Heating Stoves IN THE CITY. Furnaces, Hot Water and Steam i Heaters. Gas Fixtures, Oil Lamps, and Kitohen Furniture.' ALSO MAGEE RANGES. CURTISS & PIERPOHT, 272 274 276 278 Elm street Hundreds Going to See Them. ' 'T;, "fii j THE DOCTORS OF RATIONALMEDICIHE Permanently Located, Rooms 8 and 9, 928 Chapel Street. THE GREAT CONSUMPTION SPECIALISTS. - Owine to the great number of people who have called and have been un able to consult the Doctors, the time for rendering, free medical service has been extended, . All who visit these eminent physioians before January 1 will receive services free of charge for three months. Their object tat pursuing this course is to become rapidly acquainted with the sick and afflloted. They treat ail diseases and deformities. If your case is incurable they will honestly tell you so and oaution yoi against spending mor money for-useless treatment. During the past two months 1,218 oases were rejected as incurable. - Theses specialists will positively cure Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma, all Throat and Lung Diseases, and will absolutely guarantee every case of Consumption they agree to treat. This mode of treatment is safe, sure and certain in its resists. Epilepsy, Hysteria, Nervous Exhaustion, and all forma of nervous disease permanently cured by the 'London Speoiflo Treatment. They English Specialists for Blood, Skin ana surgical aiseases 01 Men. .rnose suireriag from Rheumatism, Sores, Ulcers, Tumors, Cancers, or any form of Skin' or Scalp Disease, should visit them at once. : 4 ' Toung or middle aged men snfferlng from Specific or Special Nervous Diseases nna manuuiArjn Kmuiw BEMXMBKB, Abt WHO VISIT TBT5&B BMINKNT PHTSlOTAIiS BBIOKR JaKTJABT lBT, 1895, WILL BKCKIVal . CONBUlTAtlOIT, . ADVICB, ABSOLUTELY TRU UNTIL CUMTD. , , . ... ; Hours t .10 a. m. until 8 p. m. ; 8undays"l0 until 12.- -i N, B. this stait of Doctors is incorporated by an act of Legislature.,: BTAUUI'8 KKW liAVKM XUANS- POBTATION LINE, Dally KxMt Battnrdara. -.all a. Bw.JOHN&BTABiN.Cptoln JmSSXiiisAiiiUi.lmYta New llaven from BWiu l'ior, foot of llrowo etreot, at 10-.U p. m. ouuuhvh. rumuera anv mmwar . WS. 0. KUKHTON. UtpUtln Buoor, Monday, Woltlnauava mud Friday.. The blurt a leave Mew fork from Pier 18, North Biver, at t p. m. Hondav a, Wednesday, and frldnya. The E non.Buudaya, Tuaadaira and Thursday. Vara, 75o: excursion tlokeU, Ui. bwt routna. 11.00, .. Tlakau and staterooms for sals at J. n. linaa. lu'. Ml Channl aLreafc Peek A Bishop. tut Chapel street: TonUue Bbtoi, and Jolia Monte, W Center street. Vree leaves the depot on arrival of Hartford train, and from Oorner Churoa and Cliapei streets every half hour, coin uieootns at fcao p. m. Through freight rau-s riven and bill of lading- laaued to points west, south and aouthwea". C. H. P1BHEK, Agent. order your freight via warm i.ine. New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHARD PECK, Leave New Haven datlr exoeot Sunday (Belle Itook) ISM night. CONTOENTAL, New Haven, dolly (except Sunday), 10: JO a. m.t Now York, 11:10 p. m Saturday W p. m. Diacerooms ana -ueaow tor aie as reoa ca Blibop's VO Chapel street, and at Mix drug store. larotl.uu: Kjccurelon tlJSO. Through rate given and bills of lading is sued to point Wet, South and South wet by the New Haven Fail Freight line. EDW. O. LsBOPHGEOia. Agent Jfl BAKERY and CAFE, And Quick Lunch Parlors. Look at tbe Price of Bread t One 2 lb Loaf. 7c. Two 2 lb Loaves. 13c. Four 2 lb Loaves, 25c. Br buvlnar four loaves at the store you save enr fare both ways and have 5 cents left irom lormer prices. 46 to 50 Church street. SLEIGHS FOB Pleasure, Speeding, Comfort and Business. LIGHT AND HEAVY BOBS. SIEDLET BROS. & CO, 171 to 175 Brewery Street. H. W. BEECHER. JAS. M. BENNET r. BEECHER and BENNETT, Funeral Directors and Kmbalmers, No. 280 Elm St., Broadway Square. Telephone No. 576-3. Lady Assistant. Night Bell. o30tf THEODORE EEILER, UNDERTAKE B, Ag-t, 162 ORANGE STREET, Near Court street.) Telephone No. S3 M L. W. ROBINSON. ARCHITECT. Removed to No. 760 CHAPEL STREET. Philadelphia Dental Rooms, 781 Chapel Street. Teeth cleaned, 75c. Teeth filled with Amalgam, 50o. Teeth filled with Silver, 750. Teeth filled with Gold, $1.00 and up. Teeth extracted, 85a. Vitalized Air, SOo. Teeth Extracted Without Fain by the use of our Vitalized Air, made fresh at our office. Office Open at All Hows. L. D. MONKS, D. D. S., Manager, New Haven, Conn, have secured th services of the Greatest . .; . ' ana ruMaiAJUBni: v;uitn,. . SERVICES AKD BUROICAL TBBATMVRZ mm a gmmXXtxs' CSuixU, New Tork, New Haven and Hartford E. R. Vovembar 19, ISM. CTAWSLEAVENEW HAVEN AS FOLLOW! u w i una. -tan, -;aa, tfcOO, 8:10, 0:30, "VJ5, tUh it. m, l!.-fl0, UKW, 'IJO (parlor ear limited), la,l;i5,:M,8.-00,'3:30, 14:15, 6M, IM, 6:90, TOO. t-.U, fcU Brldg-eport aooommodatlon), t-M, fcU p. m. Buwoavs-MJO, S:60, &00 ,. m, tiMM, t(:U, -B:to, 8:li5, "WO p.m. FOB WA8HINQT0N Via RARMTM EIVBn ' -'11:10 ,m.(dallr), 1:10 p.m. iron ilUBTUN VIA BPRINaFIBt,0-l l 11.05 . m, 'UO, i-M p. m. boDAr 1 (night), 'SM p. m. FOB BOSTON TU NEW LONDON AND PBOVIDENCB-1:ia, la), UdJ (parlor car Umltod) a. m 1:06, "2:55, 'iili, HM and ttii p.m. Bva-DATS-IOS, tM a. m 'iJA. tvi p.m. FOR BOSTON vu AIH LINE AND N. Y. ft N. E. B. B. HiSl p. m. StTKDAVS 'iJH p. ra. FOB UEBIDEN. HABTFOBD. 8PRTNO. FIELD, Eto.-'U (nlfc-ht), 6:t0. 8.-00, MlkU, ' -aa.T a. m., jz.-uo, -ixb, icio, 0:00, 4da, (1;U to Hartford), I0KH p. m. ttosoAn-'lM (night). '6:52. 838 foooomodatlon) n.m. w London Dlvlalon. . FOKNEWLOND0N.Bra-1:18fnlght.-S.H (nlht). TJS0. U.-05, 1U1 (parlor car Um" tted). a, m 12:01 ml '.iiit m k.iv 8:15 (Guilford aooommodatlon), 8:55, 11:15 p. m. luumori aooommodatlon.) BUMDArs :13(nlBht), "i) (night), '4:54, p. m. Air Line Division. FOB MIDDLETOWN, WILL1MANTIC, Bra -8KB a. a, 130, '47, 8:05 p. m. Sunoats-i-JH p. m. Oonneotlng at Hlddletown with VallevDlvlalnn and at WllllmanHn t,h V v 4 N. E. and N. L. N. B. B.f at '1'urnervule with Colchester branoh. Northampton Dlrltlnn. FOB SHELBTJBNB FAT.T.O Tinvri... FALLS, WILLIAMSBURG, HOLFOKE AND a an HABTFOBD, and Intermediate station. 7:15, 11KH a. m. and 4KX) p. m. FOBNOBTILAHFTON and points tills slde At6:55 p. m. Berkshlro DlvUlon. FOB DERBY JUNCTION-4 p. m. FOR DERBY JUNCTION. BIRMINHHAM Alusn. NIA,Eia-7K, :40 a. in, 12:00, 831, 13.5:1). im, p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m, 80 p. m. FOB WATERBUBY-TO, 9:40 a. m,U:JJ, tat. 5:30.7:33 p. m. BtJNDATS-8:10a. m. FOB WINSTED-7K :40 a. 3: It, 5:M p.m Son DATS 8:10a. m. 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