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NEW HAVENMOIiNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, t8!)5.
anss mpxsoxs ahsailaxt. tlamcs Cashen, One of the Fair, Arretted In This City. Ansonla, Jan. 31. The assailants of Etta Munson, the eeventeen-year-old daughter of Henry Munson of Derby, Were arrested in New Haven this morn' ijig. City Attorney Smith and Chief of Police, Arnold went to New Haven .Wednesday, armed with warrants for tho arrest of the men, who' committed tha crime Monday evening. They re turned last night after learning the names of the two men, who are in the employ of Peck & Bishop, tha New Ha ven truckmen. The Derby officials were assured by the New Haven police that the two men would be placed under ar rest before long and that the Derby po, Jice would be notified of the arres Chief Arnold received a message from New Haven this morning telling him of he capture of the culprits. The chief left on the next train to bring the pris oners to Derby for trial. James Cashen was brought out on the 12:30 -train by Chief Arnold and lodged in the lockup. He la said to be the man who took hold of Miss Mun eon. Edward Lavine, who was with Cashen Monday night, has not been ar- afested yet, though it was rumored that he had been. Cashen will be given Jhearing to-morrow morning in the city court. TO SFEAK IX HARTFORD. Two Ladies of World Wide Fame and Use fulness W. C. T. V. , r Miss Frances E. "Willard, president of ibe World's and National Woman .Christian Temperance unions, and Lady Sjlenry Somerset of England, president df the British Woman's Temperance as BocSation, are to speak in Hartford Feb ruary 12 at the twentieth anniversary 0t the W. C. T. U. of Connecticut. Elab orate' arrangements are beilng made for the meetings, both afternoon and even Ing, in Foot Guard armory, 159 High Btreet. These ladies will address both meetings, and this will probably be th Only opportunity that Connecticut peo ple will have to hear such renowned leaders, as Lady Somerset sails for Jiome March 6 and both will, ere long, Btart on their Journey around the world Ito present the polyglot petition to all the governments of the civilized world, beginning at Washington February 15, The Connecticut W. C. T. U. will be represented at this meeting by Its offl icers, vice presidents and state super intendents. Good music will be provid ed. . The Equa'l Eights club of Hartford rwlIJ hold a reception and supper in the armory dining room. All railroads centering in Haitford of fer reduced rates, good to return the 12th ana 13th. . For all details concerning tickets ad Bresis Mra. E. B. Kendrick, 370 Asylum Btreet, Hartford. Surprise Party. Miss Jennie Myers of State street, cor her of Olive, was most agreeably sur prised at her residence Wednesday eve hing by a large number of her young friends, who had made elaborate prep arations to get up a fine surprise party and proceed to her house and have an evening's enjoyment. The affair was a brilliant success, greatly enjoyed. Vo cal and Instrumental music contributed to the pleasure of the occasion. During the evening refreshments were served, !A11 present expressed the Wish that the fair recipient might have her full share of prosperity and happiness throughout her life. New Britain Saloon Burned. 1 New Britain, Jan. 81. A fire broke but in the saloon of Bab Pupkar on La fayette street about i o'clock this morn Ing and completely gutted the' place. ILoss $700. a Soft Con.'. One applieation of Rough on Corks, liquid, gives instant relief; two effocts a permanent Hard torns, 150. itougn on orns, oaive ana jpiastirs, 10c. a. a. wiii,u, jersey uity, . j. Rough on Toothache gives instant relief. 100, Stomach Distress and Misery. There is immediate and most grateful reliel In the use of Wells' Stomach Euxik. It is gently invigorant to an irritable, feeble, dys peptic stomach, 50c. and $1.00 bottles, at retail IS. B. wells, jersey v,ny, a. j. Pule. Punv Children ve worm destroyer if "Rough on Worms." Roiish on Itch " Ointment cures Skin Humors, Pimples, Flesh Worms, Ring Worm, Tetter, Salt Rheum Frosted Feet, Chilblains, Itch, Ivy Poison, Bar- gists or mail. E. S. Wells, Jersey City, N. It iffav Jic Be Known mrt .. . St. I 1. 11. . UDnh a. Dafa" '-Q YOU, DUt LL IB a IHVlp Mini iv'URu is equally as effective, never failing and re- Bugs, Flies, Ants, Beetles, Water Bugs, etc., as It is for Rats and Mice. " Rough on Rats is the recognized standard throughout the world. It Don't Go Home Without 'Em ROUGH OK Bile Pills. They are the greatest little pills for starting up a sluggish Liver, and relieving the thick, aching head extant. Nothing equals them. They ore chocolate coated ana very smiuit iou. uu " OLBAES OTTX Bed Bugs, Flies, Cockroaches, SKTS. BEKTLES, WATERBUQS, iU.18, MIOS, &c. CittiifilcU- 1KSECTS, QVEEX OF THE RIVER. Splendid Naphtha Launch Building For Charles H. Northain. Hartford, Jan. 31. One of the finest naphtha yachts ever built in this coun try will float on the waters of the Connecticut river next June. It will be the property of Charles H. Northam of the firm of Smith, Northam & Co., and is now being built at tha yards of the Gas Engine and Power company at Morris Heights, N. J. The yacht will be fifty-three feet leng, and her naphtha engines will de velops ten horse power. They will be capable of making fifteen horse power, however, if necessary. She will be one of the finest naphtha yachts afloat and the queen of tha river. Her interior will he finished in mahog any oanellners and wainscotlngs. The galley, large enough to contain a stove, and plenty of cooking utensils, etc., will be aft. There will be a saloon with mahogany panellngs and fine uphol eterings. Leading off the saloon will be six bedrooms. The beds will close up, and are arranged in the same way as those in a sleeping car. The yacht will be completed and launched about the first of June. Mr. Northam says he has not yet decided on the name for the craft. The yacht will be kept In Hartford, and Mr. Northam and his friends will make pleasure trips on her. WILL CALL FOB BOXDS. The Kesult of a Conference With the For eign Bankers. New York, Jan. 31. It is understood that the result of the conference of Assistant Secretary Curtis with the for eign bankers to-day is as follows: A call for subscriptions for $100,000,000 4 per cent, bonds will tie Issued. The syndicate of. foreign, houses will take whatever bonds the public do not sub scribe for on a hasls of 3 per cent. The foreign bankers were willing to take the bonds at once, but Mr. Curtis said the government wished to give the public an opportunity of securing what ever honds are desired here. Gold will be brought from abroad to pay for the bonds taken (by the foreign syndicate. Mr. Curtis left for Washington this evening and will confer with Secretary Carlisle to-morrow. Wealthy Brldgeporter Dies. Bridgeport, Jan. 31.-Clauo.ius R. Hay- ward, who for nearly forty years had been a resident of this city, died to-day. Mr. Hayward was a well known figure on the east side. He came to this city with the Wheeler & Wilson Manufactur ing company when that concern re moved from Watertown. He was one of the first contractors in its employ, and he continued with It for more than twenty years. Mr. Hayward's employ ment by the Wheeler & Wilson com pany was during the days when men made money in the shops. He accumu lated a large fortune and invested a great deal of it in real estate, which constantly increased in value. SHAROX VISITED. . Burglars' Work Yesterday Morning. Sharon, Jan. 31. Burglars 'blew open the safe at Card & Merwin's store here this morning, and secured $150 in cash They next blew open the safe at E. B. Reed's store, but were frightened oft. Next they blew open the safe at the post office and secured $100 worth of stamps and $5 in cash. No clue.- RRAXFORD TOWX MEETIXO This Afternoon A Lively Session Expected Branford, Jan. 31. The citizens of the town are to hold a town meeting at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon and It Is expected that it will be a lively session The matter to be considered is the lay ing out of new roads from the center of the town to the freight depot of the Consolidated road. A number of the townspeople want the road to be laid out from the town center, while the majority of therm are desirous of having it run from Rogers street across the meadows. Those who are opposed to th tter route declare that they will make a big fight against the proposed layout. SVXKEX COAL BARGES. Scott Will Try to Raise Them. New London, Jan. 31. Wrecker Thom as Scott of this city will make an effort to-morrow to raise the coal barges that are sunk off Point Judith and which were in tow of the tug Storm King on the way to Providence last Saturday morning. The water where the barges were lost is very deep, but the effort will be made. Murder Trial Resumed. Norwich, Jan. 31. The trial of George A. Gardner, colored, charged with mur dering Augustus E. Watson by striking him on the head with a(stick and af terwards throwing his body into Lan tern Hill pond, was resumed in the su perior court before Judge Wheeler this afternoon. It is expected that the de fense will finish their side of the case to-morrow. A Pleasant Event. At the entertainment given by the Martha Washington council of K. and of the G. E., Miss Grace Holbrook played a mandolin solo In a most ex quisite manner. Little Beulah Barker, a sweet little miss of five years, sang "A Girl's Com plaint," and gave a recitation, each of which was encored. Miss Lillian Hol brook played a piano solo, which was heartily applauded, and Miss Irene Ev- arts recited "By Special Request" and in response to an encore "Grandma's Minuet." Miss Edith Roy sang the "Spanish Gypsy" in costume. Her voice is won derfully sweet and clear, and her ges turos very graceful. Miss Lottie Rey nolds, who is always a favorite, was heartily encored on her rendition of Kid Sixey's Christmas." Mr. John Heery sang "Non e Ver" and was oblig ed to respond to an encore. He pos sesses a voice of pleasing quality. Miss Mabel Warner recited "The Quaker and the Robber and "So Was I." Mr. Er Ickson played a mandolin solo, and the entertainment closed with a recitation by W. Manning Reynolds and a duet by Mr. and Miss Reynolds, : A XBWSVHHXITVXE FOR REEK. Mysterious Temperance Drink In Chicago's New "Uorne Saloons." From the Culentro Tribune A new drink, wonderful in its con coction and mysterious in its chemical analysis, is about to be sprung upon the public by Bishop Fallows of the Re formed Episcopal church. The bishop is one of the most enthusiastic and re sourceful of the workers who have founded and maintained the People's Institute. In connection with his pro posed enlargement of the scope of the institute work Bishop Fallows recently outlined in the Tribune his plans for es tablishing a series of "home saloons." The plans have been worked out in de tail, and the first two of the saloons are promised to be established within a fortnight. There has beem a slight de parture from the original plans, and instead of the "house saloons" being all of the same class, there will ibe as many degrees of variation as in the original alcoholic despensarles. The first ones to be established as an experiment will be located in the heart of the down town district. One will dispense five- cent drinks and the other ten-ceiu drinks. One will cater to the barrel house or grog-shop constituency, and the other will compete with the bars where the mirrors are of bevelled glass. the bars of mahogany, the drinks fif teen! cents each, and where the lunch eon and side dish of olives is presided over by a white-aproned attendant, Both will Ibe opened in large basements, the only difference between the five and ten cent saloon being in the masnlll cence of the furnishings and the elab Grateness of the free lunch. Bishop Fallows said yesterday: "What puzzled us most was to pro vide some drink that would! take the place of beer. We shall offset whiskey, brandy, and rum with soda water, chocolate, coffee, mineral waters, malt ed milk, cocoa, lemonade, etc., but at first there appeared to be no substitute for beer. We resolved to make one. Expert chemists have been at work on the problem for some time and the solu. tion is at hand. We have a new drink the color of beer and scarcely to be dis tinguished from it, -but, of course, it is non-alcoholio and nan-fermentive. Hops enter into its composition something that cannot be said of some of the beer sold over Chicago bars. The only diftl culty we have yet to overcome Is to do away with some of the bitterness Im parted to the beer 'by the hops. After much discussion of details we have de termined to open the saloons in the dls trlct where rents are highest and most people congregate. We feel sure we can demonstrate that the scheme will be a success from a business stand point. We shall be much disappointed if they do not pay a net profit of 10 per cent. If we demonstrate that, the Peo pies institute will be relieved from a further prosecution of the scheme. Pri vate enterprise and capital will then step In and push the good Work. Where the five-cent drinks are sold there will be reading rooms, plenty of light and heat, toil?t rooms, absolute cleanliness, and a good substantial free lunch on the side. Where the ten-cent drinks are sold the accommodations will be the same, but there will be more mahogany and plate glass albout the bar, and the free lunch will be so elaborate that it will serve for a good substantial meal, A BROKER'S BUTTERFLIES. Only Two More Vnlunhle Collections In tho World. From the Now Vork Times. Berthold Neumoegen, who died yes terday, at his home, 309 West Forty sixth street, from consumption, after a long illnessi had been a member of 1 e Stock Exchange since May 29th, 1979, and was the head of the firm of M. Neu moegen & Co., at 40 Exchange place. Mr. Neumoegen was an amiteur en tomologist of great renown, and had spent over twenty years in forming a remarkable collection of over one hun dred thousand rare and beautiful but terflies. This was his hobby, and al his leisure was devoted to improving tne collection. There are but two known collections in tho world that ex eel In number and variety the one gath ered by Mr. Neumo-jfen. One is in pos session of the British Museum )n Lon don and the other is In Paris. This work was a labor of love with Mr. Neu moegen, and he would spend hours In a room on the top floor of his residence, which contains the collection, arrang ing and rearranging the beautiful spec imens of the insect world in which he took so much pride. He generally kept In stock an Immense number of butter flies for the purpose of exchange, and these he kept apart from his collection, not one of which would he dispose of unless he felt certain of being able to replace it. Butterfly collectors are con tinually exchanging specimens, and Mr. Neumoegen kept two men em ployed in receiving and shipping speci mens. The largest shipment made by him was eight years ago, when he shipped twenty thousand butterflies to Europe. Livingstone, the great African ex plorer, furnished Mr. Neumoegen with some of his rarest specimens. Others were furnished by Henry M. Stanley, Lieutenant Schwatka and members of the Greely relief expedition. Among them were butterflies from Franklin Bay, from the shores of Greenland, from Lakes Tanganyika and Victoria Nyanza, from the headwaters of the Amazon and from Labrador, Thibet, Alaska, China, Siberia, Turkestan and Kamchatka, and from the Himalayas, the Rocky Mountains and the Alps. The rfiom in which the collection is kept is filled with black walnut cabi nets, that reach from the ceiling to the floor. These cabinets are filled with drawers, with cork bottoms, Into which are stuck the pins upon which the but terflies are impaled. Each drawer con tains from three to two hundred butter flies. Every insect is labeled, and upon each label is marked the name of the specimen, the family to which it be longs, its sex and the name of Its dis coverer. In tne drawing room or his house hangs a frame about four feet square, which contains five thousand beautiful butterflies and other insects, and which was presented to him by his workmen. In it are a couple of enor mous beetles from Borneo which are very rare and beautiful. The value of the collection cannot even be conjectured. Mr. Neumoegen is known to have paid as high as one hundred and sixty dollars for a single specimen, and it Is believed that he must have expended between thirty and forty thousand dollars in gathering and preserving the collection. In April, 1888, the collection was exhibited in the Eden Musee, in this city,1 and atti acted a great deal of attention from ento mologists all over the world. It was at that time insured against lossi by fire to the amount of thirty thousand dollars. It is not known what disposition will be made of the collection. Burke Was a Well Known Crook. Plalnvllle, Jan. 31. The burglar who was arrested In Hartford last night un der the name of James Burke for hav ing broken into the residence of Burr Carter in this place and stealing a gold watch was brought here this morning and placed on trial before Justice Cor bin. It was discovered that the pris oner was not James Burke, but Daniel McCarthy, a well known crook, who. has served a five years' sentence at Weth ersfield for burglary. He was bound over to the superior court under bonds of $1,000. The watch stolen by McCar thy was recovered in Hartford, where the thief had sold it.' Antl-Toxlne Saved Him. Hartford, Jan. 31. James Geary, the four-year-old child of James T. Geary of this city, who has been ill with! diph theria and who was treated with anti toxlne a few days ago, Is recovering. The child had been 111 several days when the remedy was injected. The treasury department has decided that ballet dancers can bring In their costumes free of duty as tulles of trades, as it were. Boston Herald. IarentS often look on in consternation and helpless- I ness when they see children in convulsions, as if there 1 alva-cea (trade will relieve at once and the Take the lubricant and rub gently the whole length of the spine. Can anything be more simple ? Nothing is more effective. The same remedy will cure the most obstinate case of eczema, itching, earache, and greatly relieve colic. Price, 25 and 60 cents per box. M Druggists, or by moil. The Bbandbbte Co., 274 Canal St., New York. NO WONDER THEY KICKED ! They hnd been hnppy for many days before, having eaten Root's Quaker Bread, which always makes people happy. But now the scene is changed, by nooldont or design on the part of the grocer "the wrong article was sent. Hence the disturbance. It will not occur again, however, as strict orders have been given to send ROOT'S (4uakh;k BKJiAJJ, Which Is made by the original process and which has a label on each loaf. Bakery 859 Grand Avenue. Ask your grocer for it and see that you get ROOT'S QUAKER BREAD. Ifo lei 1? en FINE FLOOR New lines for 1895 that cannot every grade 01 CARPETS, MATTINGS, OIL CLOTHS, LINOLEUMS, Etc. CHOICE DRAPERIES. Fabrics in Silks, Velours, Cotton Tapestries, Fine Laces, etc., by the yard or pair, at the lowest prices 111 the city. NEW LINE OMENTAL RUGS. Hassocks, Ottomans, Poles Crash rented or for sale. 68, 70 and 72 Orange street. Open Saturday evenings. MONARCH Your choice of Rims and Tires Call and See Them. Buckingham Clark & Jackson State K0AL. I am now delivering Koal in bags and carried into the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all dirt and buy of W.F.GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opposite Postollice, 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. T3 IN A NAME?" arht Smell as Sweet,) would bo More 1 tha poet of could have enlighten that the enods sold an estab iished name lose are infinitely 1 altera Uxl than those naiuu, bulk. ught in This illustration represents a very attractive pocket pin cushion, which wt will send free to any one. Address CHASE & SANBORN, BOSTON. fcqa,eefc mask.) little sufferer will become quiet. Arlose MJi r out AaaaB4no wynjm- name? i al m ff i - 'an i a. x ewmim. iney wwjk av a aouiia. win iivuwiifu ad luas articles J ARE: Self Contained, requiring no brick setting. Without Gaskets or Packing, and are thus always . , tight. Have Vertical' Water Ways, giving free circulation. Largo Direct Fire Surface, using the radiant heat of the fire. Thousands in use and all giving satisfaction. SHEAHAN & GROARK, Steam Fitters and Plumbers. Telephone 4013 285 and 287 State Street. Wot State Co. COVERINGS. fail to please you, comprising and Trimmings, etc. Dancing BICYCLES. Highest Grade. Weighs 25 Pounds. Agents 294 296 298 State street. HO HEED TO GO ABROAD To Regain Your Health At Mineral Springs. Save the tremendous expense by taking at home : KUTNOW'S Effervescent Carlsbad Powder. Tho only pleasant tnstln? Carlsbad Powder In the market. A perfectly reliable and ef fective remedy for indigestion. Constipation, Dyspepsia, Gout, Diabetes, Kidney and Liver deraiiKcments. Nouo Kenuine without our trademark and fac-similo signature of 8. Kutnow & Co. lie ware of imitation. Kutnow's Anti-Asthmatic Powder and Cigarettes. A sure cure for GriD. Asthma. nhrfinlrtPntiii-fh Tlivinnli i 1.1 Hnv 1'over and severe Colds. KUTNOW BROS., 52 and 54 Lafayette Place, New York City, SOLE AGENTS FOU THE TT. S. A. To he had at all druggists'. Ja28tf CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on all Private and Business Matters. MEDICAL Woman's diseases. Consultation in person or hy letter. MAKY J. WK1GHT, M. D., ap38 ly Office, Tontine Hotel, 149 Church at. DE. NICHOLAS WILLIAMS, MAGNETIC HEALER, XITILL bo at Garde s Hotel, Meadow street, W on TUESDAY. Fa 5th, foroonsulta tlon and troatment. Diseases of tho nervous and musoula-r Bystoui a specialty. Hours from V a. m. to is, irom a to a ana t w v p. xu. jaa SMTu lm A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINDIENT. Prooared from tho reolDe of Dr. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut, the great Natural Bone Setter. Has been used for more than 60 years and is the beat known remedy for itheuma tlsm. Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Cuts. Wounds and all external injuries. C. H. CONWAY, Proprietor. Soia Agent. DR. GILL, Resldenoe and Office, 548 Chapel Street, New Haven, Consultation Hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays by Appointment Only. Dr. Gill Has Had 28 Years' Experience IN THE TREATMENT AND CUKE OF FEMALE DI1TICUI.TIE9, 1MU VATE DISEASES, and CHRONIC COMPLAINTS.. Particular attention given to that olass of ailments requiring the services of tho best surgical skill and txporieiice, such as Rup tures, Eistulas, l'ilos, Gravel, Strictures, and all diseases of tho Genital Organs, Bladder and Rectum, In eithor sex, from whatever cause. Nervous Debility and Seminal Weak ness speedily cured. All manner of Eits, Pa ralysis, Palsy. St. Vitus Danoe, Nervous Spasms, Diseases of the Heart and Nerves, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Blood and Skin Diseases cured. FEMALE COMPLAINTS. Dr. Gill can bo consulted on the most deli cate medical subject in the strictest eonll denoo, and ladies, married or single, can bo assured of honorable treatment and speedy rcliof. Good board and nursing when re quired. . Tho dootor cures all fomale difficulties from whatever oause, without, pain, and in the quickest, safest way. Don't drug or delay, but soo him at onoo. "The stitoh in time saves nine." JJPN. It. Special arrangement for confine ment cases. Pleasant, homes as long as de sired bel'oro accouehment. Terms moderate. All letters containing stamp promptly an swered. Everything strictly confidential. Advlco by letter $1.00. Many oases suooess fully treated by mail. Address Dr. HENRY f. GILL, 548 Ctiapel Street, 015 ly New Haven, Conn. ZZONI'S MEDICATED COMPLEXION Imnarr a hrltHnnt, tmniniirflTifiT to the flkltl. IOWDER. , For Sals Hverywner District of Now Havon, ss. Probate Court, January 28, A. D. 1895. ( INSTATE of OWEN H. MORUIS, late of Li New Haven, in said dlstriot, deceased. Upon application of Henry C. Goodwin, praying that, an instrument in writing pur porting to be the Inst will and testament of said deceased may be proved, approved, nl owed and admitted to probate, and that let ters testamentary may be granted upon the estate of said deceased, ns per application on tile more fully appears, it is ORDERED That, said application bo heard and determined at a Probate- oourt to be held at New Haven, in said district, on the 5th day of February, A. D. 1HD5, at, 10 o'clock in the forenoon, and that notieo be given of tho pendency of said application audtlietlmeand place of hearing thereon by publishing the same three times in some newspaper having a circulation In said district.. LIVINGSTON W. Cl.EA VELAND, ja31 3t, Judge of said Court. . R. JEFFCOTT ANNOUNCES to' the publio that all of his Painting and Decorating business will bo carried on hereaftor at aiitl from No. 123 Church street, whore he will be pleased (with his decorative salesman) to show the llnost Decorations and Wall Papers as yet shown to the nubile, also neat desiirns and effects in cheapest Wall Papers. net ween uuapei street and Public .Library. Telephone 734-6. jalOtf District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court,) i,.,,..n,..r -in. I. larix t ESTATE of JULIA K. LE1SMANN, l'atoof New Haven, in said district, deceased. The Court of Probate for the district of New Haven hath limited and allowed six months from tho date hereof for the creditors of said est at o to exhibit their olaims for set tlement. Those who negleot to present their accounts, properly attested, within said time will be debarred a reeovory. All persons in debted to said estato are reauested to make immediate payment to Jc ur.il ii. iiataMA.ua, Ja31 2dlw Administrator. District of New Haven, ss. Probate Court,! .Tnmiarv 2!lth. A. D.. 1835. f ESTATE OP JOHN AUT, late of New Ha ven, in said district, deceased. Tho Court of Probate for the district of New Haven hath limited and allowed six months from the date hereof for the creditors of said estato to exhibit their claims for settlement. Those who neglect to present their accounts, Eropcrly at tested, within said time will be de arred a recovery. All Dersons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment ro iiLi.i4AUisi.Jti JiU-L, jtwi saiw" iupoutnx. 0 gvaucllcrs' (Guide, ' New York, New Haven and Hartford 11. It. January 87, 1BUS. A TRAINS LEAVE NEW HAVEN AS FOLLO i FOU NEW VOKK-M.-2S, "4:30, '4:50, t:00, "Ti'Ja, 8:10, 8:30, 0:3,, tl0:30 a. m., "13:00, bi.0, "MM (parior car limited), 1:85, 1:45, 2:30, 8:00, 3:30, t4:15, 5:30, 5:35, 6:30, 7:10, 8.-I0, (8:13 Brldirenort nnnnmtnndut.lmiV n-M ft-IK n m Sundays 4:25, "4:80, "4:50, 8:00 a, m!, t5:00, i:te, TKiU, 8:i5, -uuo p. m. FOU WASHINGTON VIA HARLEM RIVER 12:10 a. tn. (dally), l:10p. m. FOR BOSTON vrA SPRINGFIELD 1:11 11:05 a, m., 1:03, '5:53 p. m. SUNDAYS "l:20(night, '6:52 p.m. FOR BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PROVIDENCE "2 0J, &!. "11:35 (parlor oar limitod) . m.. "12:05. -2:5rL u-m U:Rr. .nd n-M p.m. Sundays "S 03, "2:30 a. ra., "4:53. "8:5J F. iu. FOR BOSTON VIA AIR LINE AND N. Y.A N. E. R. R. "4:57 p. m. Sundays "4:67 p. m. FOR MKRIDEN, HARTFORD, 8PRIN0 FIELD, Ei'O.-"l:20 (night), 8:40, 8:00, tI0:l, 11:05 a. ra.. 12:08, '1:03, 3:10, 5:00. "5:53, (8:13 Is Hartford), 8:05, 10:05 p. m. ScnroATtt -lOi (night), "5:52, 8:25 (accomodation) p.m. New London Division. FOR NEW LONDON,Ero.-"2:0i(night),"3:T (night), 7:50, 11:03, "11:33 (parlor oar lim ited), a. m.. "12:03. "2:55. SKX). "4:15 k.h 6:15 (Guilford accommodation), 6:55, 11:13 p. m. (Guilford accommodation.) Sundays :uiuigub, imgnt;, -o:i p. m. Air Una IM vision. FOR M1DDLETOWN. WILLIMANTIO. V.r: 8:03 a. m., 1:30, "4:57, 6:05 n. m. Sundays "4:57 p. m. Conneotlng at Mlddletown wlta VallnvDIvlalnn flnrl flf. WilllmunHn wrlfK Ttf V & N. E. and N. L. N. K. U.; at TuruerviUo wlti Cojchoster branoh. Northampton ITlvIslon. FOR SHELBURNE FALLS, TURNER'S FALLS, WILLIAMSBURG, HOLYOKE AND NEW HARTFORD, and Intermediate stations 7:45, 11:04 a. ra. and 4:00 p. m. IfOK NORTHAMPTON and noints this sida At 5:55 p. m. Berkshire Division. ' FOR DERBY JUNCTION-t8 p. ra. FOR DERBY JUNCTION. BIRMINGHAM, ANSO NIA, Etc. 7:00, 9:40 a. in., 12:00, 2:27. 4:33. 3: , 7:35, 11:15 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 8:30 p. ra. FOR WATERBURY-7:00. 9:40 a. m.. HiJJ. 2:37,5:30,7:33 p.m. Sundays 8:10 a. m. FOR WINSTED 7:00 9:40 a. m.,2:if. 4:33 p.m Sundays 8:10 a. m. FOR RH'RT.TnN HOTOl?m?T unnrmwH D ANBURY, PITTSF1ELD, STATE LINE 9:49 a. m 4:28 p. m. FOR ALBANY, BUFFALO, DETROIT, CIN CINNATI, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO ANDTHfl " Jus j. via state June :4U a. m., 4:28 p. m. vnt) T TTY'H v r V r rt ,.t ...).,. .... t r. w R.R. 8:00 a. ra. (via Bridgooort and Hawloy ville,) mW p. ra. (via HawleyvlUe.) Express Trains. tLooal Express. C. X. IIJBittlSTEAX, Gen. Passenger Agt, New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHARD PECK, Leaves New Haven daily exoeDt Sundav (Belle Dock) 12:30 night. . , . jsew x orK (i-ier xo cast river) 4:00 p. m. E.F.PECK, FOR FREIGHT ONLY. New Haven, daily fexceDt Mondavi at, S:(Y1 n m Now York daily (except Sunday) at 9:00p.m. Btaierooma ana ucKets ror salo at Peck B Bishop's 702 Chapel street, and at Mix's drug store. are $1.00; j Kxcui'sion $1.50. :, Through rates given and bills of lading is sued to points West, South and Southwest by the New Haven Fast Freight Line. EDW. O. LeBOURGEQIS, Agent. STAKIN'S NEW" HAVEN TRANS PORTATION LINE. . Daily Except Saturdays. Str. JOHN H. 8TAHIN, Captatu Storm's Pier, foot of firown street, at 10:15 p. m. Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Str. WM. C. EGERTON, Captain Spoor, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The Starin leaves New York from Pier 18. North HI ver. at n in. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The Eg erton, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. - Fare, 76o; exoursion tiokets, $1.25. Stat rooms, $1.00. Tickets and staterooms for sale at .T. M. T.lnn- ll. C UK1 nt.ar.nl arfttai-, tn.,V 4r m.kAn 7U2 Chapel 'street; Tontine kotel, and John! jyiorse, u uonte street. Free stage leaves the depot on arrival of Hartford train, and from corner Church and Chapel streets every half hour.eommenoingaS 8:30 p. in. Through freight, rates given and bills of lading issued to points west, south and southwest. C. H. FISHER, Agent. Order your trelgnt via starin lane. BAKEUT and CAFE, And Quick Lunch Parlors. look at the Prioe of Bread : Ohe 2 lb Loaf, 7c. Two 2 lb Loaves, 13c. Four 2 lb Loaves, 25c. By buying four loaves at -the store yott save car faro both ways and have 5 cents ief from former prices. 46 to 50 Church street. SCIOPTICON TO LET. Photographic Department. Chas. W. Whittlesey & Co., 281 STATE STREET. Philadelphia Dental Room:., 781 Chapel Street. Teeth cleaned, 7oo. Teeth filled with Amalgam, 513. Teeth lillod with Silver, i5j. Teeth filled with Gold, 31.00 and up. Teeth extraoted, 253. Vitalized Air, 50o. Teeth Extracted Without Pain by the use of uui. y juuiAeu Air, maue liosn ac our oinoe. Office Open at All Hours. L. MONKS, D. D.S., Manager,