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NEW HAYEK M0BN1NG JOURNAL AND COURIER, JSATl'l'DAY, JULY 6 1895.
WALLXtiGrOKD. ' There are many who do not take much stock in the story of assault as told by Mrs. N. C.Blrge, better known Ete Ma Moon. The woman ini question (Come down from Hanover on the last car Thursday night and waa In such n intoxicated condition that she made a Bhow of herself, much to the disgust cf several of the other passengers on the car. She was carried by her home on the west side and finally sot oft at the corner of Hall avenue with two young fellows, who are well known, and if her story of the alleged assault Is true she can easily brins the cul prits to the borough court and have the case thoroughly aired up. The etory as is told is not a probable one. The plentiful supply of "low tariff firecrackers, smoke, cheap noises and bad smelling odorsi" peems to have raised a great disturbance in the at mosphere for the past two days and even muddled up the predictions of the weather bureau for this section, which has been fts wide of the mark as was the democratic predictions of the result of last fall's elections. Everybody is now desirous of more (sun) light. "Bklnnet"; Kussell Is another victim of the glorious Fourth and has two fingers mangled as the result of a cannon firecracker explosion. One An Eer waa nearly blown off. Masonic avenue Is the new name for the (turnpike on the west side run ning past the Masonic home. A sign to that effect has beeni placed on the fork of the roads above the home prop erty. Cliff Smith is entered for the bioycle races in Meriden to-day. .., William Schomberg and Miss Annie Peselka of Meriden will be married to day at the home of the bride by Rev. IWilliam Koepchen. Mrs. Charles Schember has sold to G. H. Reilly a lot 50x40 feet on South Cherry street. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hlrons are at Block Island. , District Deputy Cowing installed the officers of Friendship Encampment, I. O. CX F last evening. Superintendent D. R. Knight has gone to hls home In North Brookfleld, Mass. , The T. A. B.'s will have their an nual picnic at Paden'a grove on Mon day, ; ' ' Miss Jennie Campbell has gone to. Mederia, N. T. . . : , Thomas Bary was fined $5 and costs yesterday morning. The Housatonic Manufacturing com pany's works is closed until Monday next. Henry McKiernan Is in Boston. Mrs. R. A. Bolton and children are visiting in Jersey City. Miss Kittle Evans of Lawrence. Mass.. . Is the guest of Miss Lizzie Evans; of Christian street.' .' A Severe Fall. Mr. Oliver L. "Whiting of No. 10 Eld street, a well known member 'of Har mony lodge, I. O. O. F., while leaning over the banister of the stairs on the eecond floor of his residence Fourth of July morning lost his balance and fell to the bottom of the stairs. Dr. Wright was hastily summoned and sewed up a 'gash over Mr. Whiting's eye, and de- pii-soTne bruises and the shock the doctor thought Mr. Whiting would be all right in a few days. "Slight Fire on Dixwell Avenue. Shortly after 5 o'clock last evening an alarm of Are was turned In from box 624, located at the corner of Dixwell avenue and Bristol street. The fire was In the cellar of the house 59 Dixwell avenue, owned by Mrs. Clemm, and toe. lore It was extinguished had damaged the property to the amount of about $100. The house is occupied by two fam ilies, George H. Hall's and Mr. Reed's. The fire "broke out in a pile of rubbish in the cellar, but how it started is un. known. Jtxyf Hair radtially restored by Wells' Hmr Balsam , Original COlOr, DiaCK tr uruwu , t:lcgauL luuw dressing, 50c., $1. Druggists, or i size prepaid by express tor Ji. is. s. viaijuo, jersey wuy. Don't Die in the Honse. " Rough on Rats" is equally effective with flies, cockroaches and bedbugs as with rats and mice. Never fails. Sold all around the world; used Dyau Civilizea nations everywaere. ' Skin Ilnmors, Pimples, Plush Worms, Ring Worm, Tetter, Salt Rheum, T?rosted Feet, Chilblains, Itch, Eczema, Ivy Prison, Barber's Itch, Scald Head, cured by "Rceh on Itch" Ointment, too. bruggistsorm jl. E.S.WELLS, Jersey City.N.J. Rough ok Toothachs, Instant relief. 100, Does Yonr.Stomach Feci Mean, Mlsvrable, distressed? Wells' Stomach EuxiRWill give you instant relief. For dis turbed digestion, distress, pain, or flatulence after eating, and to an acrid, raw, irritable, feverish, inflamed, tender, feeble stomach it ing, soothing. In 50c. and $1.00 bottles at retail or wholesale druggists, or prepaid by express V . , How to Manage a Husband. fltirn htm BOTTOM OW HtLE PILLS: if he's crOSS. Irritable, uneasy, Ms liver is out of sorts. If the liver is dormant, sluggish, inactive, congested, 1.a ViiHnUU. Thn 1noW Out. HtS SleBD is disturbed; gets up more tired than he went to bed. The angels could not please him. ROUGH ON Bile Pills are your only hope. One dose will right him. He'll take them, they're Choco late ooated and very small '10c. and 25c. at 1 5 & 35C. BOTTLES. I THROAT and LUNO I BALSAM, now. JRough on Coughs relieves aacniu auu . w. Throat and loosens the phlegm. A very alnable 1 n -i.ii.i rAncntnnlliMi A aarn Klin reliable remedy tor children. 8old by proff".,. Koagh on Conghg, (Tablets), convenient to carry, lOo. Kew treatment, remarkably effective, prompt relief, v Convenient to take and carry. No bum' Ug ox neros. wc. uruggrisia or mauea. E. 8. WELLS, Jersey City, N. J. litfm'JJ Ftor public speakers, singers, &c. For allaying raw- soothing and strengt hening to the overstrained voice aoauroab zdc. at urazgisie or mauea. E. 8. WELLS. Jersey City, X. J. To be assured at all times that the breath Is not edenslve, rinse the month and gargle the throat dally with Rough on Catabbb. A van. clean, clear antiseptic ; cures catarrh and catarrhal throat affections ; clears the head, nose and throat from all offensive or diseased collections. A valuable gargle for diphtheritic to fact every Zorm OI lore inroafc 1U cuiiurea w miiuus . mt fraggistt or oy iuu. Lu a. ri n.i.i, ukt witj. 12 31 ant. cooper ok trial. One Case Heard Soma Technicalities and Many Objections and Demurrers Will lam 1'. Hunsen Testifies Mr. Cooper le nlos Case Goes Over Till Tuesday. The case of Rev. Rufus T. Cooper was heard in the city rjourt yesterday. At torney Kleiner stated that the defense would not ask for a continuance, as they had intended, as Elder Crandall North had changed his plans with regard to going abroad and would be present. Mr. Pickett then made a motion to have another Judge hear the case, in sinuating that Judge Cable had been in conference with the prosecuting attor ney about the case and that such ac tion disqualified him. Judge Cable re plied: If you are referring to what counsel for the defense attempted to say to the court you need not waste any , time, Mr. Pickett, because I don't care to hear you any further. If any officer of this court is here on trial I shall be pleased to listen to what you have to say, otherwise I deem myself fully qual ified to hear the case. The motion is denied." i . Mr. Pickett retired abashed and in confusion; ... At It o'clock the trial began after City Attorney Matthewmaii read the complaints. The first complaint was of an attempt to commit an inde cent assault on William P. .Hansen, , a watchmaker at 55 Church street, Sep tember 16 and September 30, 1892. At torney Kleiner interposed objections, claiming the complaint was brought under the statutes of 1893, alleging an offense committed in 1892. This he said was absurd. That the complaint also alleged offenses under common law made no difference. The city attorney argued the contrary. The court let the complaint stand and the defense filed a formal demurrer. The second complaint alleged the same offenses, under five counts, with Frederick P. States. Demurrers were filed to this com plaint Mr. Hansen s testimony was substan tially that he met Mr. Cooper In the fall of 1892, being introduced to him by Peter Pendleton. He talked with Mr. Cooper on religious matters and as he had some differences of opinion he accepted an invitation to call at his house. Mr. Cooper was to set him right. ; He called on him one evening after a prayer meeting. Mrs. Cooper was away and Mr. Cooper and the wit ness were alone. Mr. Cooper's actions during that visit , on which the com plaint was based were described with care by Mr. Hansen.. Mr. Hansen said that Immediately after his experience With Mr. Cooper he was inclined to ex pose him, but on second thought he came to the conclusion that he might be the only person having had such an experience and in that case it would be "difficult to prove anything against Mr. Cooper, and he could not afford to spend the money he thought it would take to prove what he thought After the noon recess Mr. Cooper took the stand. He gave his full name as Rufus Thatcher Cooper. He now resides at Norwalk, but said that previ ous to his removal to that place he had been pastor of the EpwortU M. E. church in, New Haven. Mr. Cooper told his side of the visit of Mr. Hansen to his home inj the fall of 1892. He placed the date a nrmth later than stated 'by Mr. Hansen. He denied that anything occurred that night that was in any way improper, He denied all of Hansen's serious alle gations. Mr. Cooper was arrested on three more complaints yesterday morning, making five in -all. , The state rested the case in rj uestion after Mr. Hansen had testified and the defense called Mr. Cooper, who denied every allegation of improper eon Suet. He said Hansen called to discuss Chris tianity and stayed quite late, notwith standing he (Cooper) gave him several hints to depart- There was no objec tionable language used and no improp er conduct . , ,. 1 To Mr. Goodhart Mr. Cooper said he had spent a short time in a retreat for the insane. Mr. Coorer was on the stand the en tire afternoon. Court adjourned about 5 o'clock and the case was continued until Tuesday, when the other cases against him will be tried and the argu ments made. ' cm EsnxRE. House Destroyed by Fire on the Fourth The Farmers Praying for Sunshine. July 6. The farmers, who two weeks ago were praying for raln, are now praying for sunshine fin order to secure the hay crop. Stephen Hazard while chopping wood a few days since had the misfortune to strike his foot instead of the block of wood, inflicting a bad wound. Mr. C. M. Hotchkiss has been making some improvement at his sawmill. The family of Mr. J. P. Beach have gone to Pine Orchard to occupy their pleasant cottage for the season. Miss Mary Baldwin is on a visit to Mt. Vernon, N. T., as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Judson Doollttle. The Fourth passed off very quietly here. Very little moise was made. A numiber went on the excursion to Savin Rock. At 10 p. m. the fireworks went off. It being a set piece and made a fine display, it being one of the oldest houses in our village, a few rods below the town hall on Main street. The house has been vacant for some three years or more. H. T. Holcomb formerly occupied the house for many years. On the evening of the Fourth the old Holoomb house, situated some forty rods below the town hall, was set on fire hy some oneiand totally destroyed. The fire was discovered a little after 10 o'clock. The house was one ot the old est in town and has not been occupied for the last three or four years. Mr. H. T. Holoomb lived in the house for many yeara. In the house was an old piano and some other old furniture, all of which was destroyed. No insur ance. Yellow Fever at Tampa. Washington, July 5. The report that yellow fever had broken out at Tampa reached the marine hospital service In an Indirect way and Surgeon General Wyman at once wired State Health Of ficer Dr. Joseph T. Porter, but up to noon had received no reply. Sometime ago a similar report was circulated, but was found upon Investigation by the marine hospital to be absolutely with out foundation. If you want the best cereal food, ask for WheAtlet Directions for Using Wheatlct. Use water or equal parts of milk and water. Salt to tasie. Have it Moiling-, Foaming. Scalding Hot. then stir slowly and sprinkle into it from the hund sufficient Whbatlbt to make a thin Eutiding. Care must be taken not to ave it lumpy or too thick, and to keep it boiling all tin time. . If krpt boiling it will be thoroughly cooked in ao miu- ' utes. Servo with milk, cream, or butter and sugar. Sold in 2-lb. packages by all leading Grocers. FRANKLIN MILLS CO., Lockport, N.Y. Neiv fork Announcement. "Our American Homes and How to Furnish Them" Can readily be ascertained by visiting HORNER'S Great Furniture Emporium where everything is of the best quality, artistic excellence, and moderate in price. No such assortment of reliable goods can be seen in America. . Over two hundred and fifty distinctly different Bedroom Sets in all the vari ous woods, Brass Bedsteads in over seventy patterns, as well as endless lines of Parlor, Drawjng.Room, Library and Dining-Room Furniture.. ' Hundreds of Imported Novelties particularly sulta tile for presents, or home use and decoration. All prices In plain figures. R. J. HORNER &CO., Furniture Makers and Importers, 61-65 W. 23d St.,New York, Adjoining Eden Muses. Horner k Co.'s establishment Is one of tne sights of New York. Newspaper Comment. 1100 zes vzeao ouizrr. He Will be Sentenced Next Wednesday on tbe Charge of Bigamy. Brooklyn, July 5. William H. Figgles, thirty-five' years old, of New Haven, Conn., was arraigned before Judge Moorelnthe court of sessions this morn ing on an indictment charging him with bigamy. He pleaded gitllty. Figgles married Jennie Walters In Ontario seven years ago. He, his wife and two children lived last tcether on Cal yer street, Greenpolnt. In April last he became acquainted with Kate Bar ton and on June 10 laBt he married her. They went then to New Haven to live. Figgles said on pleading guilty that he had never lived happily with his wife and that he married the Barton woman because he thought she would make for him a pleasant home. He will be sentenced on Wednesday next, Lorillard's Is tlie best tobacco for both chewing or smok ing. It touches the taste of smokers and chewers alike, because of its. rare flavor, high quality, ex cellent substance. Try it You'll find it delicious. i ft. OT TH M MIT With Your 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 Flue Clothing ever attempted In New Haven. You have seen Fire Sales, Bankrupt Sales you are snown au inferior graao 01 goods. But we, AS MANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR MADE CLOTHING, ARE PREPARED TO SHOW YOU liolKaMntianlesaleFie For instance Men's Suits we have WHOLESALED at $5.00, $7.00, $9.00, $12.00 and $10.00, must go at tiis sate 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 reducing wholesale prices, We have Plunged the Knife of Reduction Beep into the Heart of Every Garment for Men, Boy s and Children. It will be interesting for you to see what you have never seen before. Ev ery Spring and Summer Suit MUST go before the season is over, and the ridio ulously low prices at whioh the goods are marked now will do it. We consider it useless to quote a host of prices so long as you don't see the coods. BUT WE INVITE YOU most oordially 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 Carry oui in the store. ' TO THE MOTHERS: have been spending for Children's clothes will go a great way towards nousenoia expenses. YOU CAN SAVE THIS AT THE MODEL, Church Street, Corner Center; V: 73 KOAL. I am now delivering Koal in cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all dirt and buy of W. F. GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opposite Postofflce. 89 to 91 Railroad Arenne. MONARCH CALL AND SEE OUR '95 LINE. Buckingham dark I Jackson State THE IDEAL FLOOR COVERING ' FOR SUMMER USE, Cheap, Effective, Durable MATTING. We have all grades and quote prices that will please you. Porch Screens, Reed Portieres, Japanese Rugs, Summer Draperies, etc., at low figures. New Haven Window Shade Company, 68, 70 and 72 Orange Street Closed Saturdays at noon. BREAD ! WHOLESOME BREAD. The Best Bread in the City ROOT'S QUAKER BREAD. INTRODUCED BY HIM TO 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 Grand Avenue. and all kinds of Fake Sales, at which 50 per cent, of what vou 73 bags and carried into the BICYCLES. LIGHT RUNNING, WEIGHT 22 LBS. ments 294 29B 238 State stres BREAD! 13 ! THE NEW HAVEN PUBLIC. DXeflteaT. HAY FEVElt. BEAU I11 mind thitt the season for Buy fi'vor is faxt npprouolilutf. To prevent this rixotkill'iil ami .tiiai.irutlttir n.ttluilv Inlinlrt occasionally thu l'umcn of "Kutnow's Anti-Asthmatic Powder or Cigarettes." Manufactured abroad oT most carefully Re acted forelim herbs, lu use fur a number of years throughout Eiuoptmn oountrlea, and hlxlily endorsed by most eminent physloUiia and personages of htirli repute, See tuut eaoh package bears our trademark and fao-slmile signature of KUTNOW BROS., 52 and 54- Lafayette Place, New York city. Bole Agents for the tT.S. A, ' To be had of all drusrsrlsts. - - CLAIRVOYANT. READINGS on all Private and Business Matters. MEDICAL Woman's diseases. Consultation in person or by letter. MARY J. WKIGHT, M. D., ap281y. Office. Tontine Hotel, 149 Churohst. .m . - ..... .1 . i m Pennyroyal pills 9 s afc, alttft?ft reliable, ladies ask , progfftit for 'Chltht9f Enalitk Jia boxM. aealed wuti biuo ribboii. i an tiint and imitation. At Druggists, or send 4o Id stamp for jrticular, testimonial! and "Itellef for tadiea" in Utttr, by return r MnlL lO.'lOO TenlraonUls. Nam Paper, Ghlobeater Chemical Co.,Mn41on Square Sold oj all Local DR. GILL, Residence and Offloe. 548 Chapel Street, New Haven. Consultation Hours, 8 a. m. to S p. m. Sundays by Appointment Only. Dr. Gill Has Had 28 Years' Experience IN THE TREATMENT AND CTJJiiS Olf MEMALE DIFFICULTIES, y "UVAIE DISEASES, and Jliilt'lO JO.lil'I,AlVTS. Partloular attention irlvon to that' alans nf ailments requiring the services Of tho best eurirical skill and experience, such as Rup tures, Fistulas, Piles, Gravel, Strioture3, and all diseases of the Genital Organs, Bladd3r and Rectum, In either eex, from whatever cause. Nervous Debility and Seminal Weak ness speedily cured. All manner of Fits, Pa- ruiyaio, .raisy, oc. Vitus uanoe, wervous Spasms, Diseases of the Heart and Nerves, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Soiatloa, Blood and Skin Diseases cured. lEMALlS COMPLAINTS, t Dr. GUI can be consulted on the mnat.rl.iM- oate medical subject In the atriet..r nnnll. dence, and ladles, marriod or single, oaa ba oHMurea or nonoraoie treatment ana speedy relief. Good board and nursing when re quired. The doctor oures all female difficulties from whatever cause, without pain, and In the quickest, safest way. Don't drug or delay, but see him at onoe. "The stltoh in time saves nine." ' l"N. 11. Speolal arrangement for confine ment oases. Pleasant homes as long as de sired before accouchment. Terms moderate. All letters containing al aniD nromntlv an swered. Everything strictly confldential. auvioo oy letter ti.uu. Many oases suooess fully treated by mail. Address Dr. HENRY F.GILL, 548 Chapel Street, olSly Mow Haven, Conn. ' pUsceUitneous. 7 Bargains f ROM Arel's Closing; Oil Sale -' '. Baby Carriages ' In great variety, $4.87 and up. Bedsteads, Light or dark, $3.98. , Just the thing for shore cottages. Colored Water Sets, 78o ; jug, 6 tumblers and Tray. Oak Stands, 6o. , Crystal Water Bottles, 19o. Crystal Water Jugs, Half gallon, 15c, , Oil Stoves, Single burner, only 43o. THERE ARE OTHERS, but we have no room to mention them hore. Get our prices on House Furnishings before you purohase. . Freierick L AvsiiH Complete Housefurnisher, 755 to 763 Chapel Street COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. W11.T.IAM P. KNAVP VQH Proprietors, 106 Court St., New Haven, Ct. Work done at abort notice. mhSStf Ml It iei gviwellcrs' C5uiac, Now York, Kew llaven and Hartford K. 11. June 10, 181)3. Trains Leave New Haven as Follows : FOR NEW YORK 4:25. 4:35. x6:0u. 7;S0, 8:10, 8:30, 9:35, xlO:SO a.m., 12:00, 12:05, 1:J0 (parlor car limited), 1:35, 1:45, 2:30, 3:00, 3:30. x4:15. 5:10. 5:20, 5:30, 6:30, 'TiSO, 8:10, (8:15 . 5:10, 5:20, 5:30, 6:30, 7:10. 8:10, (8:15 Bridgeport accom.), 9:10, 9:15 p.m. Sun days 4:25, 4:35, 8:00 a.m., x5:00, x6:15, 7:10. 8:10, 8:15, 9:10 p.m. FOR WASHINGTON, via Harlerd River 1:10, U:50 p.m. (dally). - FOR BOSTON, via Springfield 1:10. xl0:10, 11:05 a.m., 1:05, 5:52 p.m. Sun days 1:10 (night), 5:52 p.m. FOR BOSTON, via New London and Providence 2:03, 2:25, 11:35 (parlor car limited) a.m., 12:05, 2:50, 3:00, 4.15, '4:55, b:55 p.m. Sundays '2:03, 2:25 a. m., 4:55, C:B5 p. m. FOR BOSTON, via Air Line and N.Y. & N. E. RR. 4:57 p.m. Sundays 4:5' p. m. FOR MERIDEN, HARTFORD. SPRINGFIELD, Eto.-1:10 (night). 6:40, 8:00, xl0:10, '10:50 (for White Moun tains, first stop Hartford,) 11:05 a. m.. 12:06, '1:05, 3:15, 5:00, 5:52, (6:15 to Hart ford), 8:05, 10:05 p. m. Sundays (night), 5:52, 8:25 (accom.) p. m. NEW LONDON DIVISION. " For New London, etc. 2:03 (night). 2:25 (night), 7:50, 9:30, 11:05, 11:35 (par- lor oar limited) a.m., 12:05, 2:50, 3:00, 3:05, 4:15, 4:55, 6:15, 6:15, 6:65, 9:05 p.m. (Guilford accom.) Sundays 2:03(nlght)i 2:25 (night), 4:55. 6:55 p.m. AIR LINE DIVISION. For Middletown, Willlmantlo, etc. 8:03 a. m., 1:30, 4:57, 6:05 p. m. Sundays 4:57 p. m. Connecting at Middletown with Valley Division, and at Wllliman- tlc with N. Y. & N. E. and N. L. N. RR; at Turnerville with Colchester branch. NORTHAMPTON DIVISION. s . For Shelburne' Falls, Turner's Falls, Williamsburg, Holyoke and New Hart ford and. intermediate stations 7 :45ri 11:04 a. m. and 4;00 p. m. . ; For Northampton and points this) side 5:55 p.m. ' . : . "; :. BERKSHIRE DIVISION. For Derby Junction 4:20 jh ra, Fo Derby Junction, Birmingham, Ansonla, etc. 7:00, 9:40 a. m., 12:00, 2:27, 4:20, 5:35. 7:50, 11:20 p.m. Sunday s8;10 a.-m. s:au p. m. ;For Waterbury 7:00, 8:00 (via Nauga. tuck Junction), 9:40 a. m., 12:00. 2:27. 5:35, 7:50 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 6:15 p.m.' (via Naugatuck Junction.) For Wlnsted 7:00, 9:40 a. m.; 2:27- 5:35 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m. For Shelton, Botsford, Newtdwn.Dan-. bury, Pittsfleld, State Line 9:40 a, mi, ' 4:20 p. m. y . . " w i i. For Albany; Buffalo, Detroit, Cincin nati, St. Louis, Chicago, and the West, via State Line 9:40 a, m., 4:20 p. m. For Litchfield and points on S.,f L. Si N. RR. (via Hawleyville) 9:40 a.m., 4:20 p. m. . : :.;;!.. Express Trains. xLocal Express. C. T. HEMPSTEAD, General Passenger Agent. New Haven i Steam boat Co. RICHARD PECK Leaves New Haven (Belle Dock) dally ex oept Sunday B:'W night. Leaves New Xorkd'IerSS Eaat rlvor) exoept Sunday 3:00 p. ra. C: II. NORTIIAM weaves New Haven dally, Sunday exoepte-L 10:30 a. m. , Leaves New York dally, Sunday excepted, 11:30 p. m. , Fare $1.00; , Excursion tlokets, good for 1 days, gl.51). . Staterooms and tlokets for sale at Peak Bishop's TOJ Chapel street, and at Mix's druj store, corner Ohapol and Church streets. Through rates given and bills of ladlnsrll sued to points West, South and Southwest Delightful Sunday Excursions. - On and after Sunday, July 7, Steamer C H. Northam will leave Belle Dock at 9 a. m., connecting In New York with Steauii r Rlo:i- ard Peck, arriving back In New Haven at 7:15 p. m. CHARLES?!. FRENCH. Airent SXAKLN'SS KEW HAVEN iKAxSa , PORTATION LINE. Dallv Excext Saturdavi. (jjjtKT Str. JOHN H. STARIN, Captain JttSaaa3McAlister,leaves NewHaven from Btariu s Pier, foot of Brown street, at 10:15 p. S,SW?S?g,uI'uesday8 and Thursdays. Str. WM. O. EGBRTON, Captain Spoor, Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. The Starln leaves New York from Plerl8, North River, at 9 p. m, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The Ejr erton, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fare. 75a; excursion tickets, 3tat. rooms, $1.00. Tickets and staterooms, for sale at J. h. Lines, jr.s',851 Chapel street: Peok & Bishop, 703 Chapel street; Tontine Hotel, and John, Morse, 09 Center street. r r . , Free stage loaves the depot on arrival of Hartford train, and from corner Churohand Chapel streets every half hour.commenoingaU 8:30 p. m. Through freight rates given and bills of lading issued to points west.soutU and southwest. . C. H. FISHER, Agent.) Order your freight via Starin Line. ! 1 ANCHOR LIKE. United States Mail Steamships Sail from Now Ifork Every Saturday lor GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY. ' Rates for Saloon Passage By S. S. CITY OF KOME, S60 and upward. Othbb Stramers, Cabin, 94,6 and upward. Excursion Tickets at reduced rates. , . Second Cabin, $25 and 30. Steora?e Outward or Prepaid, 9 15. Drafts at Lowest Current Rates. For further information, apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, f Bowling Green, TsJwVnflr. nrM. H. Nmrton. 86 Oranire St.. or Wm. Fitzpatrick. 667 Grand ave., or John M T.inps 1r W18 O.inDol street. Peck & Bish op, 702 Chapel street. New Haven, my 8 3m AUCTIOI ! AUCTIOI ! On account of retiring from business, the S10K OF EDWARD ENGEL, The well-known Jeweler and Pawnbroker at 1 STATE STREET, will be offered at Publlo Auction. The stock consists of a Valuable Assort ment of Diamonds, Gold, Silver, and Gold Filled Case Watches, Clocks and thousands of other articles such as carried in stocks ot first-class jewelers. This sale la positive and without any reserve whatever. This will be a rare chance for the people of New Haven to buy good reliable goods at their own prices, as every article sold will be guaranteed to be just as reoresented. Sale will Commence SATURDAY, EVEN ING, JULY THE 6th, at 7 p.m. at EDWARD ENGEL'S jul lw Old Stand, 441 StnteStro- STEEL WOOL. Scrub your floorsVith Steel Shavings an 1 keep them smooth and clean. For cieanln Brass and Metals, Steel Wool is unsurpassed. It shows and sells itself. USE IT, BUY IT,. TRY IT Steel Wool has proven Itself to be the best article in the market for rubbing down a first coat of varnish, and when using RUB 0'LY WITH THE GRAIN, and if a particularly smooth surface is re quired, use a little raw llnsetd oiL For sale by THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street.