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NEW HAVEN MOENING JOURNAL AND CO UIUER, SATURDAY, JUNE 29 1695.
WALLlHdVOIiD. Goodrich & Klmra's circus, which Btruck town Thursday has met with (misfortune. Yesterday morning ther (was a quarrel between the proprietors and Klmm caused Goodrich's arrest for assault, and the prisoner was fined $3 and costs. Later eome of the attaches of the show caused an attachment to be made on the management to get wages due them. The afternoon and evening shows were given under the charge of Sheriff Uooth and Olllcer Austin. Ar thur Williams was selling. tickets and Nicholas Brideett was general over seer. The managements seems to have had hard Hick, and came here nearly stranded. The bIiow is not as large an Barnum's greatest show on earth, and the artists are not considered stars in the professional circles. Matthew Whalen had quite an ugly gash cut In his head at Judd's factory vesterday afternoon by a wheel conv Ing off a runway and striking him on the head. Dr. Russell attendea. The many friends of Tale here were quite jubilant last evening over the re suit of the "boat race. Burt Hubbell caught 150 bullheads In the lake yesterday. The heavy rains of the last two days has raised the rlv "er and stirred m the water Just right lor bullhead fishing, and many will avail themselves of the opportunity for the eDort to-day. The heavy ehowers will help out th water supply In Paugh ond, and the canal has done good work the past two days.. Georcre A. Lane is still on the im prove at the Bridgeport hospital, and Is now able to be up and aressea every afternoon and takes a walk for exercise in the corridors. He expects to come home in about two weeks. The condition of Mrs. Caroline An drews Is considered extremely critical She Is ninety-five years of age and the oldest person In Wallingford. Robert Andrews leaves for Cape Ro zier, 'Me., on Monday ; George Molyneaux started laet even for New York for a week's vacation. The factories are now closing for the summer vacation. Hall & Elton company closed last night for two weeks. R. Wallace & Sons close to day for a week, Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co. and Maltby, Stevens & Curtis company closed to-day for one and two weeks respectively. . Richard Thornton of Washington, N. J., is the guest of William Hodgetts Mrs. W. A. Talbott and son of Spring field are the guests of Mrs. Richard Talbot. Mrs. Arthur G. Spokes and eon, Wil liam, sail to-day from New York for Birmingham, England, for a two months' visit. , CLIXTOyVILLE. Sunday evening at the chapel Major A. H. Hayes of New Haven read a very Interesting paper on the inception and progress of the Boys' Brigade movement. Mr, Horace P. Shares; also of New Haven, conducted the services and gave a very "entertaining address on church and Sunday school work in Florida, where, for several years, he has spent the winters, and among hla many good works has built and furn ished a church and supplied it with a pastor. The many friends of Mr. Shares were glad to see again his familiar face and grasp his hand. XTov- Hntirlav .vmlTifir thfrA will Tift a. praise service at the chapel led by the jjMontowese male quartet, who, under have become very proficient in vocal music. On the evening of July 4 the Y.P.S.C. E. will hold a social on the beautiful grounds of Mr. Lyman Baseett, which he has kindly tendered for the occasion Ice cream and fireworks will be pro vided. ! Many of our residents are at the Shore, among them Fred L. Clinton and Mrs. Emma Riker ana daughter Wil helmlna. rough Toothache. Instatv relief, ioc Rough on Fits and Hysteria. For nervous irritability, wakefulness. th severer forms of nervous headache, hysterical and epileptic tendency, convulsions, fits, de lirium tremens, "jim-jams, -norrors, nana, cinations, etc.. jic, at druggists or mailed. The People of Africa and India, Of Arabia, Egypt, Japan, all South and Central America, Cuba,jWest and East Indies , Hawaiian islands, Australia, new eaiana, Canada, Mexico, the Bahamas, England, Scotland, Ire land, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Germany, Austria, France, Russia the whole world, knows and usee -Kough on Rats " for Bed Bugs, Cockroaches, Files, Ants, Insects, Rats and mice. The Poor Man's Hope . and eomfort the rich man's pride and safety. kouoh UN j3iiE riLLg, cnocoiate coaur.. anc vervsmalL Thev insure health to all bvun. loading the gorged, congested system, giving the stomach ana bowels an opportunity to per form their natural functions. They start the blie into proper channels, regulate the Liver and Bowels, they relieve sick vomiting spells ana indigestion, cure uyspepsia, neaaacne, Heartburn, Malaria, Fevers, ioc. and 25c. at Uruggists. ' A Wife's Advertisement. Wives whose husbands are irritable, esneclallv in the morning, shonld induce them to try kouoh on eiLK riL,ux "ineir livers evidently ain't right. They are bilious, maybe they don't rest good sleep is heavy and disturbed. Peace and happinees, at ioc. or 350. per bottle of Rough on Bile Pills, is cheap; at Druggists or mailed. They are chocolate coated, tiny little tr-'ngs. C. w E'lsuo, jerrey iity, in. j. Coming Out. Frees head' from and lrufl; If gruv, gradually restore the 1 natural color; elegant tonic dressing; tall or Wholesale urninrlsts. Fancy air Dressers, or prepaid by express on . E. & lUiS. Jersey City, N. J ThnUorse Markets of Paris, Mr, F. T. Iselin writes from Paris to the Rider and Driver under date of March 1, '95: Now that the queetlon of finding an output for the large number of horses of all kinds raised In America is becom ing rather serious one, I think a few words on the sale marts of Paris may prove Interesting to the readers of The Rider and Driver, many of whom both In the east and in the west are breed ers themselves. Having been myself for many years Interested more or less In the raising of animals In the far west, I can feelingly speak of the diffi culties which surround producers when searching for a market for their wares. This difficulty has increased in the last few years two-fold, owing to the Intro duction of electricity and cabels as pro pelling powers and the consequent fall ing off of the demand for ordinary horses. It is with this condition of affairs in my mind that I shal try to give a correct version of the state of the market here, and perhaps what I say may prove an incentive to those having horses ready for market to try their luck in France. As in our city of New York there are Innumerable private dealers In horses, also a great many public sales stables and auction marts. The ' two best known and patronized of the latter are the "Tattersall Francals" and "Che- rl's." Sales are held two or three times a week In each, and at either place one can generally meet everybody that Is anybody in the horse world. A few days ago I spent a few hours at each place, and as sales were going on I was able to get a very clear insight into the method of conducting such events over here. As far as I could see there was not much difference in the pro ceedings to those of our own country. The horses, however, were brought into the ring ih better condition than usual ly seen at sales in New York, and they were made as attractive as possible by means of fine halters or bridles, ehlnin coats and polished hoofs. The quar ters used for selling were large and at tractive and the whole affair was more like a horse show than an ordinary sale. As to the prices the animals brought, my readers will please bear in mind that It was the off-season, and that few buyers were present, and still, when ever a real good animal was brought in, the price realized was very satisfactory, For example,,! noticed a couple of hun ters selling for l,7C0f ($350) each; a pair of carriage horses for 4,000 f ($880), and four polo ponies, which brought respectively, BOOf ($100), 750f. ($150), 900f ($180), and 1,050. ($210). Probably these figures may not strike one as very brilliant, but one must re member the time of year, and that the sales are of constant occurrence. At private sale the same animals would probably have brought double the fig ures. From the above It can be seen that the horse market In Paris Is In better shape than that of New York, and it would be simply a question of the expense and risk of shipment, in my mind, If I had horses to market, to try them here. Naturally, as the expense would be considerable, I should advise nothing but the very best being sent. William Nesblt and Alexander Ttrin- were arrested while fighting. on Dlx well avenue yesterday and locked up, charged with breach of the peace. They were subsequently released on bond. . HELXOIOVS SERVICES. Center Church Rev. Dr. Newman Smyth, pastor. Morning service at 10:30; devotional service at p. m. tf Calvary Baptist Church. Chapel, cor ner York street Rev. Edwin M. Poteat, riastor. Public worship with sermons by the pastor, Rev. Edwin M. Poteat, at 10:30 and 7:30. Bible school with special classes for adults at noon. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:15. Everybody Invited to all the services. No seats rented or reserved. tf Church of Christ (Scientist) Room 13 Boardman building. Chapel, corner State street. Services at 10:30 a. m. Sunday, 3 and 7:30 p. tn. Wednesday. All are welcome. tf Church of the Redeemer Corner Or ange and Wall streets. Watson Lyman Phillips, D. D., pastor. Thomas G. Shepard, organist and musical director. Morning service at 10:30 a. m. Even ing service resumed October 1st. Sunday school at 12 m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m. Services at Welcomo hall. Sunday school at 3 p. m. Gospel meet ing at 7:30 p. m., In charge of Fostdick B. Harrison, assistant pastor. tf Grace M. E. Church Corner Howard avenue and Portsea street. Rev. Frank A. Scofield pastor. Preaching at 10:30 by Rev. D. N. Griffin; subject, "Our Supreme Need; also at 7:30 by the pastor; subject, "Not Yet Attained, but Following After." Sunday school at 12. Young People.'s society at 6:15. United Church. Rev. T. T. Hunger. D. L., pastor. Morning service at 10:30, preaching by the pastor. Sunday school at noon. Christian Endeavor ser vice at 6:15 p. m. College Street Church. The Rev. Wil liam W. McLane, D. D., pastor Divine services with a sermon by the pastor to-morrow at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 12 m. Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Second Congregational Church (Fair Haven) Rev. D. M. James pastor. Preaching by the Rev. Charles A. Jones at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school 12 rm Spe clal meeting of the Y. P. S. C. E. in the interest of the Boston convention at 6:15 p. m. Praise service, la which Mr. W. S. Moyle will take part, at 7:30 p. m. Grand Avenue Congregational Church The pastor, Rev. J. Lee Mitchell, will preach at 10:30 a. m., "Did the Declara tion of Independence Make a Mistake?" 6 p. m., eventide service, flftyv minutes of song. The "I ami" of Jesus. Sunday school at 12 m. Church of the Messiah Orange Street near Eltn Rev. W. F. Dickerman, pas torSubjects for June 80: 10:30 a. m., Ego Ye Absolwo;" 7:30 p. m., "Mathe matics in Religloni." Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church, corner Orange and Edwards streets Rev. Duane N. Griffin, pastor 10:30 a. m., preaching by Rev. Frank A. Sco feld; 7:30, missionary concert; 12 m., Sunday school; 5 p. m Junior Endeav or; 6:15 p. m., Senior Endeavor. Davenport Church (Wooster Square) C. Meserve, pastor. Morning ser mon 10:30. No evening service. Sunday school at noon. Social service at 6:30 p..m., conducted by Y. P, a. C, E. The best tobacco fop fcither chewing or smok ing. Its high quality and delicious flavor makes it irresistible. Hade by Lor illard. Sold everywhere. Trinity Methodist Episcopal. Church Corner George and Dwight streets- Rev. M. W. Prince, D. D., pastor. Prayer meeting at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pas tor. Sunday Bchool at noon. Epworth league prayer meeting at 6:30 p. m. You are 'invited to attend these services. First Baptist Church Wooster Place Rev. John H. Mason, pastor, will preach at 10:30. Bible school and young men's class at noon. Twilight service at 6:30, "God Among the Seas." Dwight Place Church Rev. Dr, Twitchell, pastor Preaching by the pas tor at 10:30 a. m. Bible school 12 m. and 2:30 p. m. Young people's meeting 6:30 p. m. Praise service 7:30 p. m. First Methodist Episcopal Church- College and Elm streets Rev. C. P. Masden D. D., pastor. Preaching 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor. " " Boss idea 1 fH-j. ,m Mended that old fy minute ! " fy fflHiWffl Good as new with i HUDSON'S HOSE MENDER One twist of the pliers and the work is done in a most satisfactory manner. 7Bc. box "F' of dealers. At your dealer tor ft box of Hm60N Hobs MENPES8, coiisisttnj of fl tnln'S,20 band, and 1 pair pliert, or jHiitpnM 75c. Kitra parti mid ieparatcly. Give inside diameter of hose. C. E. HUDSON & CO. Leominster,, Mass, CABINET AND HARD WOOD WORK. ALSOSAWING, TURNING, And Jobbing In Wood of all kinds. EDWARD P. BKETT, Builder, 18 AKTlSAN STREET. Telephone 'ib'J-li. WELLS & GUNDE, Watchmakers and Jewelors. Full Jine Sterling Silver and Silver Kated Ware. KIMBAL'S ANTI RHEUMATIC RINGS No. 788 Chapel Street WE HAVE THREE Very Fine Old English In first-class condition and at low prices at J. H. G. DURANTE, OPTICIAN AND JEWELER, 55 Church Street. Physicians' optical K accurately filled. v. t.7 . . -c., Hi CLOCKS m ml MI With Yonr Saving by Dealing at the THE MODEL! Our Offer. Your Opportunity. Truth is Divine and we Make it Supreme In our Ads. GREATEST MONEY SAVING SALE Of Fine Clothing ever attempted In New Haven. You have soon Fire Sales, Bankrupt Sales and all kinds of Fake Sales, at which you are shown an Inferior grade of goods. But we, S MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR MADE CLOTHING, ARE PREPARED TO SHOW YO0 A Wholesale Cntin a WbolesaleFrioe. For instance Men's Suits wo have WHOLESALED nt $5.00, $7.00, $9.00, $12.00 and $10.00, must go at this sale at $3.75, $5.00, $6.50, $8.50 and $12.00. Actual value of these Suits Is more than double the amount. Remember, we are reduoing wholesale prices. We have Plunged the Knife of Reduction Deep into the Heart of Every Garment for Men, Boy s and Children. It will be Interesting for you to see wluit you have nover seen before. Ev ery Spring and Summer Suit MUST go before the season is over, und the ridio ulously low prices at which the goods are marked now will do it. Wo oonsider it useless to quote a host of prioes so long as you don't see the goods. BUT WE INVITE YOU most oordiully to our store, compare the prioes, examine the garments and their workmanship, satisfy yourself In every way, that what we say In the papers we oarry out in the Btore. TO THE MOTHERS: 50 per cent, of what you have been spending for Children's clothes will go a great way towards household expenses. YOU CAN SAVE THIS AT THE MODEL, 73 Church btreet, 73 x Corner Center. This Sale Commences To-day, Saturday, June 29th. 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 Chnrch Street, opposite Fostollice. 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. MONARCH CALL AND SEE OUR '95 LINE. Buckingham Clark I Jackson Stale LAST WL INVENTORY SALES BIG BARGAINS. Carpets, Draperies Rugs, etc. New Haven Window Shade Company, 68, 70 and 72 Orange Street. Closed Saturdays at noon and every evening until September 14th next. ; BREAD! BREAD! WHOLESOME BREAD. The Best Bread in the City IS ROOT'S QUAKER BREAD. INTRODUCED BY HIM TO THE NEW HAVEN PUBLIC. So great was its success that numerous imitators tried ineffectually 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 ACCOUNT BICYCLES. 'light RUNNING, WEIGHT 22 LBS. Agents 294 296 298 State stree Grand Avenue. HAYFEVEIl. BEAR in mind tliut the season for Hay fever is fast approaching. To prevent tliis dreauul and onervatluK mnlaily, inhuio occasionally the fumes of Kutnow's Anti-Asthmatic Powder or Cigarettes.' Manufactured abroad oT most carefully se .eeted foreign horba. In use for a number of years throughout Euiopeiin oountries, and Liiflily endorsed by jnost eminent physicians and personages of liljjli repute, Soe that each package beurs our trademark . and f ao-siinile signature of ",: KCXXOW BUOS., 52 and 54 Lafayette Place, New York City. Solo Anon ts for the IT. S. A. To be had of all dnrffists. CLAIRVOYANT. It EAMNUS on all Private and Business Y Matters. M EWCA L Woman's diseases. uonsuitution in person or Dy lerror. MAitY J. WHIUHT, M. IX, apiSBly Olllce. Tontine Hotel. 1411 Church St. Ohlchentert EnaMeb M.monil Br $5 Sapc, alwavn ruimiite. cadieb bk , UranM for Chtchrtter A'n.viuft ' Cs mondUrand in Uod Mid Md metallic WW rjhoiet, wuu Ditto rmunu. j hmu vw (;.. imttntiiHtn. Af. Dl UK 11 SO. Or lODd 4ft. ' iu stump! for ptrtlotilars, iwUmanUh tud "lUUer Tor l.amriv Mi! 1 O.OOA T"M meal Is. Nam Paper. ltah Htcr Okcmtcul Co., Mud Uon tQU&f o, DR. GILL, Residence and Office, 548 Chapel Street, New Haven. Consultation Hours, 9 a. m. to 1 p. ra. Sundays by Appointment Only. Dr. Gill Has Had 23 Years' Exparlenca IN THE TREATMENT AND CUilli Oi FEMALE MFFiCtJInES, -UVAXJE DISEASES, and CuKOMiJ COillt-EAINTS. Particular attention given to that class of ailments roquirluf the services of the best surgical skill and experience, such as Kup turea, Fistulas, Plies, Gravel, Strictures, ani all diseases of the ueuitul Organs, liladdur and Bectum, In either sex, from whatever cause. Norvous Debility and Seuilnul Weak ness speedily cured. All manner of Fits, Pa ralysis, Palsy, St. Vitus Dauoo, Nervous Spasms, Diseusus of the H art and Nerves, Bhoomatisra. Neuralgia, Sciatica, Blood and Skin Diseases cured. l li.MAI.E COMPLAINTS. Dr. GUI can bo consulted on tho mostdoll cate medical subject in tho strictest confl uence, and ladies, inarrlod ur single, oau be assured of honorable treatment and speedy relief. Good board and nursing when re quired. Thedootor ouros all femalo difficulties from whatever cause, without pain, and iu .the quickest, safest way. Don t drug- or dolay, but seo him at onoe. '"lite stltoh In time saves nine." IJ7N. U. Special arraneremont for oonQne ment oasos. Fleaaaut homes as long as de sired boforo aocouehment. Torms moderate. All letters containing stamp promptly an swered. Everything strlotly confidential. Advice by letter $1.00. Many cases success fully troutod by mail. Address Dr. HENRY F.GILL, 548 Chapel Street, olSly New Haven, Conn. 7 Bargains FROM AFerill's Closing Out Sale Baby Carriages In great variety, $4.87 and up. Bedsteads, Light or dark, 1(2.08. Just tho thing for shore cottages. Colored Water Sets, 73o ; jug, 6 tumblers and Tray. Oak Stands, 67o. Crystal Water Bottles, 19o. : Crystal Water Jugs, Half gallon, 15o. Oil Stoves, Single burner, only 43o. THERE ARE OTHERS, but we have no room to mention thom here. Get our prioes on House Furnishings before you purohaae. Frederick L. Averill, Complete Housefurnisher, 755 to 763 ChapeLStreet , COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. MiMLlAM V. KlfArt W ' Proprietors, 106 Court St.,. New Haven, Ct Work done at short aotioe. mhiJ8tt P vimUxs, (Snide, New York, New Haven and Hartford It. 11. Juno 10, 18U5. TR A 1 N8 IjK A VE NE W H A VEN AS FOLLOW') FOB KEW YOHit 4:35, 4:5, rfcOO, "7:311 8:10, 8:30, '9:35, tl0:30 a. m., 12:00, 13:05, l:W (parlor car Umltod), '1:35, l:io, "i'wO, B:1 "3:3, t4:15, 5:10, S:30, 6:03, 0:30, "MO, 8:10, (8:11 Bridgeport accommodation), "9:10, 9:15 p. m. Sundays 4:25, 4U-5, 8:00 . m t5:(W, tu:15, 7:10, 8:10, 8:15, '9:10 p. m. FOB WASHINGTON via HARLEM RIVER 1:10, 11:50 p.m. (dally), ., FOR BOSTON via SPRINOFIELTJ '1:10 tl0:10, '11:0.1 a. m., '1:03, 5:M p.m. StWDAYa-; 3:10 (night), '6:&3p. m, FOR BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PUOVIDHNCE-8;03, ":! 25 "11:85 (parlor oar limited) a. in.. "13:05, 1!:&0, "3:00, "i-15, "4:55 "8:3i p.m.' Sundays "&03, 3 25 a. m, 4:55. '8:55 p. m. FOR BOSTON VIA AIR LINE AND N.Y.Js N.E.H. H. 4:57p. m. Sundays "4:57 p. m FOR MERIDEN, HARTFORD, SPRINa. FIELD, ETC. "1:10 (night). 0:40, 8:00, tll):U). 11:05 a. ra.. 13:08. 1:05, a:l5. 6:00, 5:53, (8:15 tj Hartford), 8:05, 10:05 p. m. Sundays "1:10 (night), 5:53, 8:25 (aocomodatlon) p.m. New London Ii vision. FOR NEW LONDON. Era-"2:0j night), "23 (night), 7:50, 9:30, 11:03, 1JUD5 (parlor oar lim ited), a. m., i. 2:f.O, J:00, 3:05, '4:15, '1:35 5:15, 6:1.1, "6;5o, 9:05 p. m. (Guilford accommo dation.) SUNUAYd "2:03 (night), ' 25 (ulght) 4:53, "8:55 p. m. Air Line Division. . FOR MIDDLETOWN.WILI.IMANTIO.ETfl; 8:08 a. m., 1:80, :5(. 6:05 p. m. Sundays MoT p. m. Connecting at Mlddletown with Valley Division and at WUlimantlo with N. i". & N. E. and N. L. N. K, K.; at 1'urnor villa wUa w Northampton Division. FOR SHELBURNE FALLS. TTJHNER'S FALLS, WILLIAMSBURG, HOLVOKB ANO Ni,W HARTFORD, and Intermediate stations -1:43, 11:04 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. -' FORNORTHAMPTON and polnU this side-. : At5:53p. tn. , Kerkshlrs Division,' i FOR DERBY JUNCTION 4:20 p m. FOH -DERBY JUNCTION. BIRMINGHAM, ANSO NIA, ElO. 7:00, 0:40 a. m 12:00, 2JJT, 4:3 0, 5:35, 7:i0. 11,20 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 8:30 p. m. Viift WATK.tmi'TUV 7.nn ft.nn at.. tuck Junction), 9:40 a. m., 12;00, s!:i7, .j:33, i:-0 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 8:!5 p. m. (via Naugatuck Junction). FORWINSTED-7:00 8:40 a, m l:)r, 5:35 p.m Sundays 8:10 a. m. FOR SHELTON, BOT8FORD. NEWTOWN. DANBURY,PIXX3FI1LD, STATE LINE 9:40 a.m.,4:0p. m. jtviiALiiA.in r, BUFJf ALO. DETROIT. CIN CINNATI, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO AND XHla WEST via State Line 9:40 a. m 4:S0 p. m. FOR LITCHFIELD and points on S., L. & N. B. it. (via HawloyvilloJ 9.43 a. m 4:20 P. a Express Trains. tLooal Express. C. X. mi li itrslliAU. Gen. Passenger Agt. New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHARD PECK r.AamAB Maw Uauan Tlalla rtlr. oept Buuday 12:30 night. Leaves New York (Pier 23 East river) exosps Sunday 3:00 p.m. C. II. NORTIIAM Leaves Now Haven daily. Sunday excepted, it 10:30 a. in. Lea ves New York dally, Sunday excepted, 11:30 p. m. - . Faro SI. 00; Excursion tickets, good for IS days, $1.53, Staterooms and tickets for sale at Peek Bishop's 71 Chapel street, and at Mix's dru store, corner Chapel aud Church streets. Through rates given and bills of lodluirU sued to points West, South and Southwest CHARLES 1. FRmNOH. Agent. STAKIN'S ' NEW HAVEN TKAXS POKTATION LINE. Dallv Exoe t Saturday. Str. JOHN H. 8TABIN. ftiritaln MeAllster.leavcsNewliaveii rroin . Suuiii s Pier, loot of Brown Btreet. at lOrl.l n. m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Str, WM. C. liGEBTON. Captain Spoor, Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. The Starln leaves New York from Pier 18, North River, at 9 p. nu Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The IS erton, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fare, T5u: exourslon tlokets, $15. Stat rooms, $1.00. ? Tickets and staterooms for sale at J. fa. Lines, Jr.a', 851 Chapel street: Peek & Bishop, Vti Chapel street; Tontine Hotel, and John Morso, UJ Center street. Free stage leavos tho depot on arrival ot Hartford train, and from corner Church and Chapel streets every half hour, commencing is 8:30 p. m. Through freight rates given and bills of lading Issued to points west, south, and southwest C. H. FISHER, Agent. Order your freight via Starln Lino. ANCHOR LINE. United States Mail Steamships Sail from 1 New York JBvery Saturday for GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY. Kotos for Saloon Passage By S. S. CITY OF KOMK, UO and upward. OTHEit Steamers, Cabin, S45 and upward. ; Excursion Tickets at reducod rates. Second Cabin, $28 and 830. Steerage, 10), Drafts at lowest Current Rates. . For further Information, apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, 7 Bowling Gresti, New York i or M. B. Newton, 80 Orange st or Wm. Fltzpatrlck. 607 Grand ave or Joha M. Lines, Jr., 809 Cuapel street. Peck Sc Bish op, 702 Chapol street. New Haven. my8 3m THE DESSAUEK-TROOSTWYK School of MubIo, 781 Chapel street. VOCAL and Instrumental instruction af ter tho methods ot iiuropeau conserva tories. Applicants received daily lrom it to 1 and 4 to 5 p. m. Jeatf nRf.HESTR AT. SCHOOL. CONNECTED with the Dessauer-Troos-wyk School of Music, will be opened on the 1st of May. Applioants received dally from 12 to 1, and 4-5 p. tn. at MRS. A. A. TANYANE.I CONCERT SOPRANO, '" I TEACHER OF VOICE CULTURE. I dl tf Wm Street. MECHANICAL DBA WING, PERSPECTIVE, MATHEMATICS, MECHANISM HTO. Rnrtford office. Ballerstoln Bulld'g. Address letters to New Haven oflloo. auloly Kew Haven Conservatory of Musio, 83 CHUKCM STREET. E. A. PARSONS. J. JEROME H ATM. si" ly Private Instruction Only. WILLAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTOENEY-AT-LAW. Solicitor of PATENTS Eight Yearsl and Counselor in Examiner los U. 8. Pateul Ollioe. OFFICES; Wm Raven, 70 CHURCH ST. Springfield. 317 MAIN ST