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NEW H A YEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER. TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1895.
6 WAil.Tj1.ii GFOItli. ' The condition 'of John Ward yester day was not as favorable as la the morning he had aiserlous hemorrhage, and it was found that his jaw bone twaa broken in two places. Word was received here yesterday Unorning of another serious fire at Simp eon. Hall, Miller & Co.'s New York etnro President Andrew Andrews started for New York on the first train after tha ropelnt Of the IieWS. The prospect of the $100 game of ball Ibetween the Walllngrords ana oouin. Meridens is not very bright, as tne iai-or- flnoa nnt sppm to come to the front fThe manager of the South Merldens claims that it is impossible to secure Hanover Park for tne game. The South Meriden oarsmen who ac cepted A. W. Partridge's challenge fnHori to ahow ud to make arrange ments when called upon. There are many who like to row on paper better than on the water. A. B. PIxley starts on Thursday morn ing for Great Harrington, Mass. There will be a whist party at A. L. ffudd's house Thursday evening. An invitation sociable will be given in Odd Fellows' hall Friday evening. Albert U Whittaker sails to-morrow 'from New York for Europe, when he .will visit Germany, Switzerland and ,other points of interest. Robert Morris is home from Chicago tor a month's vacation. Rev. J. J. Blair will officiate at the funeral of Mrs. Catherine Merriman this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the house of her daughter, Mrs. B. R. STownsend cm North. Farms, Yesterday iwould have been her eighty-second Iblrthday. Mrs. Fraray Hale and Mrs. J. T. Bar ker leave to-day for Wilbraham, Mass., Ito attend the graduating exercises. Principal James McCabe of the Col ony street school and William Sheehan will sail July 3 for a seven weeks' tour through Ireland. The annual school meeting of the Central district will be held Friday evening In town hall. A collector, clerk, treasurer, two auditors and a com mitteeman will be elected. The term of William Hassett will expire. rEHSOXAZ, JOTTINGS. Rev. Father Curtln, formerly of Sac red Heart parish, this city, and now of West Haven, was presented by his new parishioners last week with a fine horse and carriage. It was a hand some gift to a most worthy gentlemaa Wilson Waddingham and family have returned to West Haven and will re main during the summer. What Becomes of Dead Tin riesT From London Public Opinion. An eminent French scientist has re cently been making some interesting in vestigations to discover what becomes of the bodies, after death, of the num iberless fishes and other living creatures that fill the sea. 'Apparently they do not rise to the surface, or they would be observed more often. Nor can they elnk to the 'bottom, for in the profound er depths putrefaction cannot take place, and a fish tl)at once reached "those calm and chill abysses" would remain unchanged until the nd of time. It is quite certain, however, that the basins of the ocean are not covered with a vast accumulation of lifeless bodies, and the explanation of this mys terious disappearance is that those fish "which are not eaten when they are alive are devoured before they can com plete their long, slow journey down ward. . An exhibition of the woodwork and drawing which has been done at the Eoardman school will be held at that Institution In the afternoons from 2 to 6 on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 24,25 and 26. - Hair Gradually restored b Wells' Hair B alsaw , original color, black' r brown : elegant tonio dressing, 50c., $1. Druggists, or fi size prepaid by express for $1. E. S. WELLS, Jersey City. Don't Die in the House. "Rough on Rats" is equally effective with flies, cockroaches and bedbugs as with rats and mice. Never fails. Sold all around the world; weed by all civilized nations everywhere. Skin Humors, Pimples, Flesh Worms, Ring Worm, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Frosted Feet, Chilblains, Itch, Eeisma. Ivy P lison, Barber's Itch, Scald Head, cured by 'Ritgh on Itch" Ointment, 50c. Druggists or m tl. E. S.Wells, Jersey City , N.J. Rough 08 Toothachm, Instant relief. ioc. Does Your Stomach Feel Mean, Miserable, distressed? Wells' "Stomach Elixir will give you instant relief. For dis turbed digestion, distress, pain, or flatulence after eating, and to an acrid, raw, irritable, feverish, inflamed, tender, fr.tb'e stomach it gives most benign and happy relief. Comfort ing, soothing. In 50c. and $1.00 bottles at retail or wholesale druggists, or prepaid by express on receipt of price. E. S. Wells, Jersey City. How to Manage a Husband. - ' Give him Rouoh on Bile Pills: if he's cross, Irritable, uneasy, Ms liver is out of sorts. If the liver is dormant, sluggish, inactive, congested, be gets biliouB. Then look out His sleep is disturbed; getBUp more tired than he went to bed. The angels could not please him. Rough on Bile Pills arevour only hope. One dose will right him. He'll take them, they're choco late coated and very smalt 'ioc. and 25c. at 'druggists or mailed. F. S- WELLS, Jersey City. ' ' IMMM 'I' I "-Tr-1 ' "7 15 Ot 03 BOTTLES. Long and favorably known as WELLS' THROAT and L.UNO BALSAM, now. ittnixrh nn Coucrhs fiifli JftiA ii-ir KeiiF.vesCoughsr.lmost Immediately; Is healing and soothing to the Luntrsi iSllevos hacking and troublesome Affections , 0f the Throat and loosens the phlegm. A very v"'nabiB Ttsuedy In Bronchitis and Consumption A Bate and reliable remedy for children. Sold by Druggists. Bough on Congas. (Tablets), convenient to carry, 100. Hew treatment, remarkably effective, prompt relief. Convenient to take and carry. No burn ing of herbs. 50c. Druggists or mailed. E. 8. WELLS, Jersey City, N. J. 51 EM l or public speakers, s'ugers, &c. For allaying1 raw Lass, soreueaa, irritation, tenderness. Inflammation i eootniug ami strong thonlnif to the overstrained voice CUid throat, 25c. at Druggists or mailed. To dp assurea as au umm uui iuc offensive, rinse the mouth and gargle the throat ally with liouou on Catabbh. -'iA pare, clean, clear antlsoptlo ; cores catarrh ana atarrhfll throat affections ; clears the head, nose ud throat from all otf eiislve or diseased collections. valuable gargle for diphtheritic, in fact every rm of lore throat to children or adults, 25c. at .flruLfcittorbyW E. B. Wells. Jersey City, N.f A ' - " III ! ii.mm .1 III,. II ciiNTOfiriniK. June 17. Mr. S. P. Thrasher, secre tary and general manager of the Con nectlcut Law and Order League, gave a thrilling account of his work to an unusually large audience at the chapel last evening. After his address many questions were asked and answered un til the allotted hour proved too short for the great interest aroused by the theme. Mr. Thrasher in response to many requests promised to speak here again In the near future. Next Sunday evening Major A. II Hayes of the Boys' brigade and Mr Horace P. Shares will conduct the chapel service. Mr. Shares was former ly a valued resident of North Haven. XO VJIYSIC WITU OUH FOOD, A Phospliatlc Baking 1'owder Theory That is Dangerous. That is a dangerous proposition, put forth by the manufacturers of some of the proprietary articles of food, that their products possess a superior whole someness because they conttain a drug of some particular medicinal property Phosphates, alum, lime, arsenic, cal omel, etc., have their places as specifics for different diseases, and are invalu able medical remedies, each in its place. The physician, however, who should prescribe either of them three times a day to man, woman and child, sick or well., because It was a remedy for some certain disease, would receive no favor in any community. No one will controvert this state ment; yet we find manufacturers of phosphatio baking powders claiming hygienic virtue for their goods because they carry the phosphate used in mak ing them (a cheap substitute for cream of tartar, procured from the bones of dead animals) into the food, although well aware, a3 they must be, of the fact that with the constant use of such article this drug must pass into our systems daily, irrespective of our phys ical conditions or requirements, or whether or not we may be suffering from some ailment wherein the use of such drug would be positively detri mental. Phosphates are useful medica ments in certain diseases; but they should no more be taken indiscrimin ately day after day, and without the prescription of a physician, than ar senic, aconite or calomel; Indeed, there are conditions of the system, particular ly with women, when the prudent phy sician would not permit the use of lime phosphates even as a medicine. The object of baking powders Is not to provide the body with a medicine. but simply to vesticulate or make light the mixture of flour, so as to render It when baked easy of mastication and perfectly digestible. Experts In the business have worked to perfect an ar ticle that should do this mechanically without changing the properties or con stituents of the flour. When thtg has been done the perfect leavening agent has been discovered. The manufactur ers of the Royal Baking Powder have succeeded in this and make a leaven ing agent that vesiculates and ra'ses the loaf most perfectly and without changing the properties of the flour. The agent employed, however, to pro duce this result is not phosphate, but the highly refined cream of tartar,' which', the health authorities ag.-o?. renders that powder perfectly pur-' and more reliable and healthful than any other. The recent official tests show. on the other hand, that the best phos phatio baking powder makers can do is to produce an article that is one third or more residuum or Impurity We want our food pure; especially do we not wish to take alum, lime and phosphates with it at the dtctum of manufacturers who may find it cheaper to claim a virtue for the impurities than to remove them. SXOWItODXli HE AltS. They Furnish Unexpected Summer Sport in a Settled Riglon of Colorado. From the Denver Republican. The boss bear story of the season was brought to Denver yesterday by Arte mas 3. Smith, who resides at 315 South Twelfth street. Mr. Smith owns min ing properties near Central City, and has Just returned' from a visit to them. He says that bears of every known Col orado variety at present abound in the hills near Central City and Nevadavllle, one man claiming to have seen no less than twelve of the animals on Monday and Tues-day last. Bears have been scare around Central City of late years, and the number in that vicinity now Is believed to be due to the heavy snow on the hills. After their winter's sleep in the timber, the cinnamons, grizzlies, and sllvertips set out, it is thought, to cross the range into the Middle Park country, where wood and water is plentiful and forag ing good. After leaving the timber line above Nevadavllle the shaggy quadrupeds found their Journey barred by snow. It blocked- the bear passes and promised1 sure death to any ven turesome brute who tried to cross its uneven and treacherous waste. In this dire strait the members of the TJrs-us family turned in their tracks andl began prowling for food- around the outskirts of Central City and Neva davllle. They were first seen on Mon day, and as none of their kind had ap peared In that section of Colorado for some time previous the news rather dis quieted! the women and- children. One citzen of Central City asserted that he saw seven bears, on Monday and: five on the succeeding day. No encounters took place between the invaders and settlers until Wednesday, when the In cidents that make up Mr. Smith's story occurred. An Italian miner came out of his cabin near Nevadavllle to go to work about 7 o'clock in the morning, but the spectacle that met his gaze as he emergedi sient himi quickly back over the threshold! again. There were five large bears, of what species the Italian does not know, sitting in a semi-circle in front of the cabin. They looked as though they were waiting for break fast, and the Italian thanked all the saints in the calendar for saving him, after he foundi himself once more in safety, with a bolted! door between, him and the menagerie outside his shanty. He waited in fear and trembling- for awhile, but the bears did not go away. Then he remembered that a rifle be longing to hisi partner was in the cabin. The partner had! left it there when he went on a visit to Denver a few days before. Now the Italian was unac quainted with firearms, but he knew that the rifle was always kept loaded, so he decided to open a fusillade on his unwelcome silent serenadera. With a palpitating heart and trem bling hand he opened the front window of his dwelling. Then he thrust out the barrel of the rifle with a faint hope that the bears might take fright at sight of it and! run away. They moved a little closer Instead, (and licked their chops as though they regarded tho gun as an article of diet the Italian-rieant to give them. On seeing this the Ital ian concluded to fire the gun. He steadied it on the window sill and felt for the trigger, Instead grasped tha lever used for loading ar.d unloading the weapon. He evidently took this for a trigger, for he gav it a ylcicus yank and then closed his eyes. NO explos ion followed this manoeuvre, but in stead a cartridge dropped out of the breech while another from the maga zine replaced! It, The Italian looked out.'saw the bear still, and then concluded that there was something wrong with the rifle. Be fore he had time to locate the trouble two young miners, Will Stevens and George Nankervis, both of Nevadavllle, approached the cabin. The bears elth er saw or scented them and took to their heels, making- for some timber close by. Made brave by this unac countable retreat, the Italian grasped his rifle and rushed out of the cabin Taking his stand near the door, he pointed the barrel In the direction tak en by his late besiegers and bc,?an pumping away at the lever. When Stevens and Nankervis got to him the Italian was rapidly working the lever and exclaiming; '"Whatsa a marra you sonagun, no shoot!" He was still surprised that the gun did not shoot, He told the two minors about the bears and! whither they had gone. Nankervis and' Stevens at once got rifles and set out on the trail, hoping for a big day's sport. In the timber they found that their game had sepa rated, so each picked! out a set of claw prints for himself, and they Imitated the example of the bears. For several hours Nankervis trtilled his bear through the snow, the route being somewhat tortuous. At last he came within sight of the game about five miles above Nevadavllle. Just as he was preparing to shoot he heard hallo behind him, and looking around he saw another bear trotting toward him over the snow with Will Stevens some distance in its rear. Chance had led the double chase into the same spot. Steavens" hear paused at the sirht of Nankervis, and man andf brute stared at each other. Not caring to have a hunted "bear hanging t his heels, Nan kervis concluded, after a moment's thought, to let his original game go and have It out with the newcomer. So he took careful aim and' fired' at the bear his fellow hunter had taken a lien on. The bullet lodged Inhruln'g right shoul der, but only made him angry. With a growl the maddened brute started for Nankervis. The latter tried to shoot a second time, it is said, but the cartridge wouldn't explode, and he made for shelter He would probably have found It in- the stomach of the wounded bear only for the intervention of Steavens. That Nimrod hadi drawn quite close to the bear while the forgoing lncl dnts were taking place. When he saw his frlendfs life in danger, at the risk of endangering It some more, he blazed away at the bear in front of him running through the snow as he shot The strangely involved chase had last ed only a few minute? when the hunt ing and hunted bear dropped. Steav ens had shot four bullets Into him, the last being irstantlj- fatal. Five wounds in all were found1 upon the body. Proud of their trophy, Steavens and Nankervis dragged the dead bear into Nevadavllle. The animal Is an unusu ally fine cinnamon, weighing 443 pounds. The coat 1 thick and glossy, but the bones show sharply through it, indicating that his boarshlp had not yet recuperated from his winter's fast. Tho Cajlerm of Louisiana. (From tho Atlanta Constitution. The term "cajien" Is a corruption of Acadian, and is applied to an Illiterate class of people living on the low prai ries of southern Doulslana. Theje peo ple are descendants of the old Acadlans who formerly dwelt In Acadia, a county of the Province of Quebec. Hut after the conquest of Canada by the English in 1759, the Acadlans were, by the stern decree of George III., rudely forced to leave their quiet homes forever. Many of them found their way to the grassy prairies of our fair state and engaged n the rearing of long-horned cattle and bucking ponies. The language originally spoken by these people was European French. But during one hundred and thirty-six years of isolation and illiteracy their speech has degenerated Into a mere pa tois, bearing about the same relation to the French language as the negro dia lect does to English. AX OttATOK'H MEMOier. It Sometimes Troubles Him, as Mr, I)e- ' pew Can Testify, From the Philadelphia Press. Few of our greater orators have had good verbal memory. Mr. Depew com plains that it is the most embarrassing of his intellectual weaknesses, with a memory which is marvelous for events, and which carries in great detail things which have happened years ago; never theless Depew finds it a very severe, sometimes an almost impossible intel lectual task, to commit even brief pas sages to memory. Conklings verbal "Shut off that water ! Thunder ! bust again just where I ! tied it up." Try : HUDSON'S HOSE LENDER Your hose will never leak or break again where mended with Hudson's. 7Be. a box at dealers. W03 ;rf Tune-, Aikyour dealer for ft box of Hudson's Hoar Mxnjikkb, cimaistlriK of 6 tubes, 20 bands, mid 1 pair plien. or postpaid 7,v. Extra parts iolj a ciMtnuviy. uivu lusiuo diameter or. nose. I C. E. HUDSON & CO,. Leominster. Mass. Makes water is so use soft than your labor, though. We'll tell you of these savings from time to time. Keep your eye on Pearline "ads. Qa J Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you " this ;s as good as" OCUU or "the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE Pearline is never peddled, , t-v a BIU1 if your trrocer sends you something in place of Pearline, ba " BaCk honest-W.7 back. iU PYLE, New York. memory was not, at least at all times, to be depended upon, although some of his speeches he committed upon three or four readings of them. William H. Seward had a marvelous verbal memo ry; having written a speech it was firm ly fixed in his mind after one reading, and that cupaclty President Cleveland also possesses. The perfect preparation of a speech was, in Wendell Phillips' view, that one in which the mental operations were as sisted in no way by outside aid. Only two or three times in his life did he pre pare with pen and paper an address, and he always felt that these two or three speeches were the poorest of his efforts. He was constantly studying the art of ora tory. In his dally walk or In his reading, metaphores and simllies were suggested, which he tucked away in his memory, and he even studied ac tion as he watched the muscular move ment of men- whom he saw In public places. He believed that a perfect speech could be prepared only after intense mental concentration. Of course the mind must first be fortified by such reading as provided facts. Having thus saturated his mind with Information, he would frequently lie extended for hours upon his sofa with his eyes closed mak ing mental arrangement of the address. In fact, he used to write his speeches mentally, as Victor Hugo Is said to have written some of his poems. A speech thus prepared Phillips thought was al ways at the command of the speaker. It might vary upon every delivery in When You on your vacation, on a business trip t anywhere, take a cood suoolv of 44 LORILLARD'S ensationfi w in your grip. It is the best to bacco for both chewing and smoking, is not affected by the atmosphere, and never looses its deli' cious fragrance, flavor and substance. KOAL. am now delivering Koal in cellar direct from dirt and buy of W. F. GILBERT, C5 Clmrch Street, opposite rostoflice. 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. MONARCH CALL AND SEE OUR nr; t TWP1 Buckingham Clark & Jackson State INVENTORY SALE. Closing Prices on Carpets for 30 Days. Best Body Brussels nt DOo yard. Best Tapestries at 7Bo yard. . Best All Wool Ingrains at 50o yard. C. V. Ingrains 25o per yard., Those are no remnants', but straight goods and plenty of them. Get Our Prices on Mattings Before You Purchase. JAPANESE DRAPERIES AND PORCH SHADES. A 60 inch Couoh Cover for $5.50. New Haven Window Shade Company, 68, 70 and 72 Orange Street. Open Monday and Saturday evenings. BREAD! WHOLESOME BREAD. The Best Bread in the City IS BOOT'S QUAKER BREAD. INTRODUCED BY HIM TO THE NEW HAVEN PUBLIC. So great was its success that numerous imitators tried inerTectually to equal it. But it is THE BEST and the people know it. Try it and you will "buy it. Made by the original process. ' Bakery at 859 Grand Avenue. hard water soft Pearlinei Lvery woman knows just what that means to her. Washing in hard difficult, and the results so poor Pearline reduces the labor, whether you water or hard. But use Pearl ine, and it's just as easy to wash with hard water as with soft water and the results are just as good Pearline saves more things I phraseology. It might be longer at on time than at another, but it would al ways be practically the same speech. This method of preparation explains what has been a mystery to many per sons. The several reportB of his famous lecture on "The Lost Arts" differ in phraseology and even in arrangement, His oration upon Daniel O'Connell' has been printed by different publishers, no two of them agreeing either in form or diction, and yet the speech is practical ly the same. Only one of his orations is left exactly as he delivered it, for he only delivered it once. That was the Phi Beta Kappa oration at Harvard few years before his death. Mr. Phil lips never read one of his speeches in print, and therefore never revised one He was firmly of the belief that the printed thought and the spoken thought should be expressed in different form and that the master of one form could not be the master of the other, They Do. "Papa," said Sammy Snaggs, "we have been learning about trade winds In school." "Indeed!" "Yes. Say, papa!" !' "Well, Sammy?" "Trade winds don't blow across the land, do they?" 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TT A T NS tiKA VE NEW HAVEN AS POLLO FOR NEW YORK 4:35, '4:fo, tftOO, T:33 8:10, 6:30, 0:35, tlO:J0 a. m., "13:00, 13:05, !: 11 (parlor car llmltod), '1:45, 1:15, ":IAI,3:0I), "3:10, t4:15, 5:10, "5:30, 6:35, 11:30. "7;10, "8:10, (8:li Bridgeport aoooramodation), "B.10, 8:15 p. m. Sundays 4:25, "4:' 6, 8:00 a. m t&OO, tU:l, 7;lo, 8:10, 8:15, '9.1J p. m. FOR WASHINGTON via HARLEM HIVER -1:10, "11:50 p. ra. (dally), FOR BOSTON VIA SPR1NGFIELT-"1:10. tl0:10, "ll:0ia. m., "1:05, 'H'M p.m. Sujdam l lll(nlght), "5:53 p. m, FOR BOSTON VIA NKW LONDON AND PROVIDENCE-r2;03, 25 "11:35 (parlor oar limited) a. in., "12:05, "3:50, "3:00, "4:15, "4:55 M:5i p.m. Sundays "2.03, 25 a. m., "4:55. M:5J P. m. FOR BOSTON VIA AIR LINE AND N.Y. N. E. H. H. M:5T n. ra. StTNnAvs "4:ST t m FOR MERIDEN, HARTFORD, SPRING FIELD, Etc. 1:10 (night). 8:40, 8:00, HO: 10. "11:05 a. ra.. 12:00. 'kilo, 3:; 5, 5:00, "3:53,(0:15 tj Hartford), 8:05, 10:05 p. m. Suhday l:li) (night), '5:52, 8:25 (accomodation) p.m. New London Division. FOR NEW LONDON, FjTo.-"2:0iaight), 2 (aight), 7:50, 0:30, 11:05, '11:35 (parlor car lim ited), a.m.. V;t, "3:;0, ):U0, 3:05, "4:15, 'j 5:15, 8:15, "0:55, 0:05 p. m. (Guilford aocommo datlon.) Sundays "2:03 (night), "2: 25 (night) "4:55, "0:55 p. in. All-Line Division. FOR M1DDLETOWN, WILL1MANTIO, Btfl. 8:03 a. m 1:30, '4:57, 8:05 p. m. Sundays "4:67 p. m. Connecting at Mlddletown wits Valley Division and at WilUmantio with N. Y. &N. E. and N. L. N. It. Ik; at TuruervlUa wita Colchester branoh. Northampton Division. ' 1 FOR SHELnrjRNE FALT.V tTTHNEWS FALLS, WILLIAMSBURG, HOLYOKE ANO NEW HARTFORD, and Intermediate atatlous -7:45.11:04 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. FOR NORTHAMPTON and points this aide-; At5:55 p. m. Berkshire Division. FOR DERBY ,TUNCTION-4:20 . m. mn DERBY JUNCTION. BIRMINGHAM, AN30 NIA, Etc. 7:00. 9:40 a. ia., 12:00, 3:3T. 4:2 0, 5:35, 7:10, 11 20 p. m. Sundays 8:1o a, m., 8:30 p. m FOR WATERBURY 7:00, 8:00 (via Nauga- tuck Junction), 9:4!) a. m., 12;00, .,:,!, J: 0 ). m. Sundays 8:10a. m., 6;. 6 p. m. (via Nausatuck Junction). FUU tVINSTED-7:U0 3:10a. ra., I:!!, 6:35 p.ra Sundays 8:10 a. m. FOR SHELTON, BOTSFORD. NEWTOWN DANB URY, P1TTSFIELD, STATE UNE-9:4U a. in.. 4:J0 p. m. FOR ALBANY, BUFFALO. DETROIT. CIN CINNATI, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND TUB w bbT via State Line 8:40 a. ra.. 4:S0 d. m. FOR LITCHFIELD and points on S.. L. & N. K. K. (via HawloyvilloJ 9 45 a. ra., 4:20 V. m. Express Trains. tLooal Express. c.x. :f.sTKAi.Ueii.PaasoiigorAgt. New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHARD PECK Lenvee New Haven (Belle Dock) daily ex cept Suuday 12:3U night. Leaves New York(Flor23 Eastrlvor) except Sunday 3:00 p. in. C. II. NORTIIAM Leaves Now Haven dally, Sunday exoeptel, at 10:30 a. m Loaves Now York daily, Sunday executed. 11:30 n. m. Faro 81.00; Excursion ticket, srbod for 11 j? ouys. ?i.;j. Staterooms and tickets tor sale at Peok Bishop's "iM Chapel street, and at Mix's drug store, corner Chapel and Church streets. Through rates given and bills ot ladlnsrU. sued to points West, South and Southwest OHAHLit.j 1. FRENCH, Aent. SXAiilN'S NKW HAVEN XUANjJ rOHTATION LINE. Jallv Kxce't Saturday. p .f!ZlA Str. JOHN H. 6TAHIN, Caotala SaSSEiajMc Alistor.loaves NewHuven "from btui in'8 Pier, foot of Brown street, at 10:15 D. m.,..V,n.1,ai'fli Tuesdays and Thursdays. Str. WM. 0. EQERTON. Captain Sooor. Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. Tho Starin leaves riew i ore rrom neris. North River, at 9 p. m. Mondays, Wednesdays aud Fridays. Che E erton, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fare, T5o; excursion tlokets, $1,35. Stat. rofims fil 00- Tickota and staterooms for sale at J. to. f UIUIU, Jl .15 , W OV.Ol,, 1 U. unsung. W,i Chapel street; Tontine Hotel, and John Morse, Center street. Free stage leaves the depot on arrival ot Hart ford train, and from oornor Church sad Chapel streets every half hour.oommenolnjj t ; 8:30 p. m. Through freight rates given andf bills of iadtnir issued to points west, souta ? and southwest, C. H. FISHER, Agent, if Order your lreight via Starin Line. ; AN CITOK LINE. United States Mall Steamships Sail from' New Vorlf livery Saturday lor i GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY. - I Rates for Saloon Passage Bv 9. S. CITY OF ROME, o and upwardj Othkr Stkamers. Cabin, S4S and upward. Excursion Tickets at reduced rates. 1 Second Cabin, $5 and 30. Steerage, 101 Drafts at Lowest Current Kate. I For further information, apply to ? HENDERSON BROTHERS, 7 Bowling Greonf JNew lorK; or-w. u. wewton, ttb unuige St. or win. . itzpntncK, W7 urana ave., or joint jvi. i;ines, jr., sou unapei street, rccic at uistif op, 7ic tjtmpei street, JNew Haven, myg dm I gdiiatttcrw. ORCHESTRAL SCHOOL. CONNECTED with . the Dessau er-Trooef the 1st of May. Applicants received dall from la to 1, and 4-5 p. m. at h18 tt 7S1 CHAPEL STREET. MRS. A. A. TANYANE CONCERT SOPRANO, f TEACHER OF VOICK CULTURE dtr 36.1 Elm Street.l MECHANICAL DRAWING, PERSPECTIVE, MATHEMATICS, : F. It. HONEY, 179 Churoh street Hartford office, Ballerstein Build'tr. Addroi letters to New Haven ollloo. au 15 lyj New Haven Conservatory of Musi 8 CUUiiCil STitlTET. E. A. PARSONS. J. JEROME HAYE slOly Private Instruction Only. GRATEFUL COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOi BREAKFAST SUPPER. "By a thorough knowledge of tho natir laws which irovern theonerationsof digest! llntl nutrition, and bv a careful uonlicationi the flue properties or well-selected Cocoa, lipps has provided for our breakfast and s per a delicately navorea Doverae wnion n savo us many heavy doctors" bills. It Is the Judicious use of such articles of diet 1 a constitution mav bo irradually built until strong enough to resist every teodel to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies I floating aro-und us ready to attack whore! i there is a weak point. W e may escape mail fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortij i with pure blood nud a properly uourisi frnme.' Civil Service Gazette. j i Made simply with boiling water or n( J Sold only in half-pound tins, by grocers,! helled thus: JAMES EVPS & CO., Ltd j rlomceop&thie Chemists, t 2(im tu&we London, Engian CABINET AND HARD W0 f WORK. f ALSOSAWING, TURNING' And Jobbing in Wood of all kii- liDWARU P. BRETT, Builder,. 18 ARTISAN STREET. Telephone -Di-ii. 'B '