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NEW HAVEK MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, MONDAY, AUGUST 5, 1895.
WALIXHQFORV. Manager Downey's reorganized Wal Jlwgfords had a plcnlo with the Ama ranths of Merlden Saturday tarternoon ton the Colony street grounds and won the game with hands down. The local iteam got om to Spencer' curves early in the game and sent the ball safely In to all parts of the field. Downey pitched ths flrt flva innings for the W-alllng-(ords, and the visitors only made one run. Casey went into the box In the Blxth Inning and only two runs were scored during his administration. Ted Gardner, th veteran catcher, excelled In batting with four base hits and four runs. The Walllngfords made twenty base hits and the'vlsltors eight. The score of the game was 29 to 3. "Cod" Taylor, the $100 hitter, made one three base hit and would have done Wetter If lie had been given a chance, but the Merldeira pitcher gave him his base on balls nearly every time he came to the bat. Real estate changes are: W. L. Parr to Herbert E. Parker, a lot 60x150 feet on Whittlesey avenue; Michael Schwlnk to Jflimes Hall of Merlden, one acre of land in Talesville. Rev. J. E. Wlldman officiated at the (funeral of Mrs. Mary A. Hall Saturday afternoon. The bearers were Judge Hub. bard, P. G. Townsend, Wallace Hobson land S. N. Edmonds. Miss Ethel B. Cotton of Washington1, D. C., daugihter of Hon. John B. Cot ton, who was assistant attorney general under President Harrison, "will arrive here this afternooni as the guest of Miss .Mabel C. Hall of North Main street. Nelson Adams of Philadelphia i the guest of Mrs. E. L. Brockett of Hall avenue- George A. Liane Is home from the Bridgeport hospital to stay after a nine weeks' treatment in that first-olass In stitution, ana epeaks very highly of the excellent care and treatment while there. Misst Adelaide and MIbs Emetine Lane larrived home Saturday evening from a ten days' visit In New York city. Superintendent Hall will this morning isend hla regularly monthly two-gallon bottle of Faugh pond water to the Con necWcut stiate board of health for analy. els at the Yale Medical school dn New Haven. Miss Eva Craig will entertain several of her young friends on Paradise Island ffuesday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Tlbbitts arrived home Saturday from the White moun tains. , Samuel Clulee is at Block Island. Judge F. C. Bartholomew and wife efcart to-day for Block Island. ; Rev. Father Barry is home from a trip to Peminsylvania. Rev. F. E. Marble and wife leave to day for Rochester, N. Y. Rev.. W. W. Peck starts to-day for Cot Itage City. Rev. T. J. Cronan leaves to-day for Worcester, Mass. . - The selectmen will hold their regular monthly meeting to-day. Rev. Henry Stone is booked to speak at the Advent camp meeting in Spring field on Tuesday, August 13. Compass lodge Vnd Mizpah chapter have completed the fitting up of their room at the Masonic home. Mrs. Br6ckway of Clifton street, who Is eiighty-fonr years old 'and lives alone In a little house, complains thiat some onie has entered her house while she was asleep or absent and stolen all her mon ey, $8.00. The old, lady is only just able to crawl about and is quite deaf. The money was ttaken from her dress pock et. "Stout" Fahey has sold his share to the gypsy horse to McKlernan & Kirby for $6. . ', The Sleeping Giant. By Mrs. S. E. Dawes. How long has thy form been lying at rest In thy rocky couch on the mountain ' crest? - ' Dld'st thou roam the earth at creation's dawn. (When they sang together those stars of the morn? . i , When the Almighty's voice called forth the light, iDid thine eyes behold the wonderful sight? And before time was, with its days and years, Dld'st thou hear the music of the rolling .- spheres? SDld'st thou see them part the water and land iDr witness the birth of the mountains grand? . (How ' long haet thou slumbered, O, giant, so proud, (Yon- hill-side thy bed; thy pillow a cloud? . No answer is heard from the massive form . ffhat has slept through ages of calm and storm. JThough time marches on and the world grows old, SThy secret, O giant, will never be told. fON CRESSI pwirentt dandruff: u grmv, gradually restores the air to original Dftumi coiun e?yuv wuit ucum, fiic SUVk. RuTl or Wholesale Droatrlste, Fancy - TTn li Ikn nmm Id hr WTTIMM An tcceti oT prtc . S, WELI. JeiW Cltjr, X, J 3 AV HE CORNERSTONE LAYING OJP XUE $a,WM MORTUARY CHJPEt, FAIR XIAWX CEMETERY. mnreaalve Exercises, President Demlng l'realdlng List of Articles l'laced In the llu The Ihreuttmlng Cloud Cau.e the Omission of the Addreases. The corner stone of the mortuary chapel under prooess of erection In the Fair Haven TJnion cemetery was laid 1th appropriate exercises yesterday at 4 p. m. There was a goodly number of people assembled in the cemetery and the number would have been much greater but for the threatening weath er. Standing upon the platform were the gentlemen who were to take part in the exercises and also the following officers of the cemetery association: President Lucius P. Demlng, Secretary Henry W. Crawford .Treasurer D. M. Smith, Su perintendent C. D. Parmelee; board of directors, the above, and Willis Hem ingway, Henry A. Stevens, John O. Row land, Herbert Barnes, Jacob P. Merrow, Friend A. Francis, George Mallory, Roswell B. Farren, John S. Sanford, 2d. The services were In charge of Presi dent Demlng and were Introduced with singing by the male choir of the Eat reun street su. cimrcn, zoiiowea with prayer by Rev. N. G. Cheney, pas tor of that church. Secretary Crawford then read the list - of articles In the copper box to be placed in the stone. while H. A. Stevens, the chairman of the building committee, held the box, The stone was then laid by Henry A. Stevens, chairman of the building com mittee. The closing hymn, America, was sung by the choir and the bene diction! was pronounced by Mr. Cheney President Demlng was to have given an historical address, with remarks by Mr. Cheney, but as a thunder storm was rapidly approaching, this part was omit ted, , ' The articles placed In the copper box were: Copies of city newspapers, Ma sonic directory 1895, manuals of the local churches and of the Fair Haven fraternal societies, history, by-lawe and regulations of the cemetery association, historical documents, received from Al va H.' Grannlss, consisting of subscrip tlow papers for First, schoolhouse erect ed in 1814 om the site of thepresent Strong school building, petition of inhabitants of kast Haven of 1806 "to properly re pair the toll bridge to New Haven," presented by Horace R. Chidsey, who received it from Mrs. Hannah Gran nlss, mother of Colonel G. W. Grannlss of San Francisco, list of burials in Fair Haven cemetery from June 7, 1808, to April 19, 1814, kept by Mrs. Lois Brad ley, and placed here by Mrs. James H, Woodhouse, copy of contract of R. Red- field & Son for building cemetery chapel, copy of report of New Haven board of education 1894, memorial papers from Mrs. Sara Thomson Kinney of Charles Steele Thompson, M. D., Susan Belcher Thomson, his wife, and William H. Thomsow, M. D catalogue of Yale unl verslty, program of exercises at Beacon Hill and Fort Hale, July 5, 1895, his tory of woman's work toward renovat ing cemetery 1861-5, set of Columbian stamps 1892-3, $5 revenue stamps used in 1863, button badge worn by members of the G. A. R. roster and by-laws of Admiral Foote post, G. A. R. ' The ohapel is to cost nearly $6,000 and the walls are to be of East Haven, stone, the interior lined with buff brick and trimmings of copper. In addition there are to be six memorial windows to cost about $1,500. There will be a mortuary chapel, receiving vault, office and tool room. The building will be completed In October. The corner stone is of East Haven red stone finely polished and bearing the date 1895. The building is to be a memorial to the soldiers who fought for their country, as well as a mortuary chapel. The directors have been sav ing funds for the past fifteen years and have sufficient to bear the entire expense of the beautiful building. FUNERAZ OF BENRY X,EY. A Large Attendance of SorrowlnK Friend The funeral services of Henry Ley, who was one of the oldest German rest dents of the annex,' and who died last Thursday at his home in Morris Cove, took place yesterday afternoon from the residence of the family. There was a very large attendance of sorrowing friends-. Rev. Mr. Timm of the Luth eran church on George street officiated and in. his remarks spoke very highly of the character of the deceased, who had been a member of the church of which Dr. Timm is pastor for the las twenty-five years. There were a num ber of beautiful floral tributes. Th pallbearers were B. Knoeppel, John Els gruber, Antone Pfelffer, Louis Krahl Stahl & Hegel were the funeral direc tors. The Interment was i'rt East Ha ven cemetery. The deceased leaves wife and six children to mourn his death. HELD AT MORRIS COVE. The summer outing and conference of the Sunday school superintendents of New Haven county and their as sistants was held at the old Morris homestead at Morris Cove Saturday af ternoon. There were about fifty pres ent, including the wives and friends of the superintendents of the Sabbath schools from this city, Merlden, North Haven, Wallingford, Branford anid East Haven. There was no business done, the day being given up to a general dls cusslon uponi the subject of Sunday school work. The conference was open ed at 10 o'clock with a praise service led by E. S. Swift of this city. A discussion was opened by Mrs. J. H. Morris, state superintendent of the Sunday school de partment of the W. C. T. IT., cm the pro motion of the temperance cause in and through the Sunday school. There were several speakers. "How to Improve the Organization of Our Sunday Schools" was the topic in troduced for a discussion by H. H. Tay lor of this city. A general discussion on Sunday school work and management was conducted by W. R. Downs of this city, and brought the exercises of the conference to a close. The visitors were entertained by Mrs. Merris after the close of the exercises and all returned home Saturday evening. The conference passed a vote of thanks to Mrs. J. H. Morris for her kindness In offering them the use of the grounds for the meeting amd for her hospitality. Known IS By Its Cures It Is not what we say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that tells the story of Its merit. The thonsandi of oeorjle whom It his rlied from disease and deapair io hsppl- neis nd health, are the strongest ana beat advertisements Hood's Baraaparllla has. No other preparation in existence has such a record ot wonderful cures. Thia is why Hood's Sarsaparilla has the Urnut male, and reauirea for lta produc tion the largest laboratory tn the world. Now II you need a good medlome, wny not try that whtoh has dono othera so much good. Remember Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the Only True Blood Purifier Prominently in the public eye. 1 ;slx(ort5 ji n,jti act harmoniously wun HOOd S FillS pwd'8 Sarsaparilla. e. WITHOUT AH COST TO YOU. We are giving a Free Shine this -week (in con nection with our gigan tic unloading sale) to in troduce the best Polish yet invented for Russia, Tan, and Black Shoes. If your shoes are a bit rusty come in and get a good shine for a " thank you." 854 Chapel Street. STRUCK II LIST CALL SUE Of last week made the FREDERICK L. AVER1LL STOCK look as if It had been struck by a cyclone. But there are odds and ends left in every department that are great bar gains. . , PRICES NO OBJECT AND The Goods Must Go. A glance at our windows will givi you a little idea of the low prices at this Last Call Sale. All goods marked in plain RED FIGURES. THE Home Furnishing Co., 755 to 763 Chapel Street In your shoes is necessary, Wearing Qualities a chief consideration, Comfort is indispensible, You have them in W. L. Douglas Sloes, You pay tfinO vou vc front I to Patent Leather, Russet Call, and Best Calf, $3 per pr, . Oyer 100 styles and widths. !WlJ)ouglasSnoes 81 CHURCH STREET. Hi a CTClone ! Style L 1 m ORTH UAVKH. Aug. 3. A lare number of North Ha ven grange members attended the Po mona grange " plcnlo near Merwln's Point, MUford, on Thursday, August 1. The day. was cool and not many at tractions In the grove aside from what the visitors carried, but a pleasant time was enjoyed until after dinner, when a large number went to Savin Rock, and found enough to see and hear. On Tuesday J. W. Tuttlo and Mrs. Tuttle, Mrs. Rudd, F. A. Warner and others went on the excursion to Gien Island. Mrs. Joseph Plerpont) started on Thursday for the Catskill mountains, where her children are. Mrs. Plerpont was accompanied part of the way by Miss Flora Stiles and Mrs. Hobart Bas- eett. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Stiles returned on Wednesday from a pleasant visit to Provlncetown and Boston, Mass. H. O. Divine Is expected home from Catskill, N. T., for a short visit dur ing August. F. L. Smith will taket an outing to Blue Mountain lake, Hamilton county, New York, soon on a visit to Mrs. Smith, who is there for her health. It is remarked that the Eaton Broth ers have the finest crop of potatoes In town this year. Miss Bertha Barnard has again been sick under the care of Dr. Goodyear. She went out for the first time to the Pomona grange picnic. Miss Essie Sherman, daughter of T. F. Sherman, a New Haven Jeweler, Is a guest at Mr. J. F. Barnard's. Miss Cora Eaton, daughter of Rep resentative R. O. Eaton, Is Just home from a pleasant outing of two weeks teltlng friends of her grandmother, Mrs. J. O. Eaton, in Brooklyn,-, N. Y. She visited Brighton Beach and other places of Interest and has seen and learned much that will be of use to her in the coming years. . Mr. H. W. Hurlburt of M;ii!celd took a pleasure trip to several shore resorts, and on the way home surprised his daughter, Mrs. L. P. Tuttle, with a short visit. Miss Elizabeth Blakeslee Is with Mrs, G. J. Merz this week. A young man Is canvassing the town In the Interest of the works of D. L, Moody. Considering the value of th books and the reasonable price he ought to find a good field In North Haven. Kaseball Saturday. The Mayer, Strouse & Co. nine defeat ed the well known Mt. Pleasants Sat urday afternoon on the Savin Rock grouinids In the most exciting game of the season by a score of 9 to 8. Sedge- wick of the Edgewoods pitched for the Mt Pleasants, but the Mayer, Strouse & Co. boys batted him In good style. . The Consolidated Giants defeated a scrub team from the passenger depart ment of the Consolidated road on the Howard avenue grounds oni Saturday afternoon. The South Hill baseball club defeated the O. K. baseball team on the South Hill grounds on Saturday. K0AL. I am now delivering Koal in cellar direct from wagon. Avoid ail dirt and buy of W. F. GILBERT, 65 Church Street, opposite rostoflice, 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. MONARCH CALL AND SEE OUR '95 LINE. Buckingham Clark 3 Jackson State IDEALFLOOR COVERING FOR SUMMER USE, Cheap, Effective, Durable. MATTING. We have all grades and quote prices that will please , yon. Porch Screens, Reed Portieres, Japanese Rugs, Summer Draperies, etc., at low figures. , New Haven WindowjShade Company, 68, 70 and 72 Orange Street. , Closed Saturdays at noon. Bread Has Been Aptly Termed "The Staff of Life," And It Is dally consumed by the Rich as well as the Poor. It Is found on the table of the occupants of a palaoe, as well as In the humble cottage of the "sturdy sons ot toll." When It is properly mad It confers strength and health to the user. But muoh of "the commercial artlole" whloh is used bv the masses is a "delusion and a snare," and, instead nourishing the human frame, it causes a "Dad taste in the mouth" and is condu cive to "that tired feeling" whioh we read about in medical almanacs. ROOT'S QUAKER BREAD However does not come in this eateeory. nutritious and strengthening. Made by the original process from pure materi als, it always agrees with all constitutions, and as a consequence it daily in creases in popularity. ROOT'S QUAKER BREAD is recommended by physioians generally, and thousands of loaves are bought and eaten eaoh d ay in this city and neighboring towns, a single trial win attest its superiority. Be sure and get the genuine article. Ask your grocer lor KUUl' S Label on each loaf. Bakery at 859 OVR ACTIXQ MAYOR. Mr. J, II. Mncdonulcl la Mayor 1'roTem of "This City. Mayor Hendrlck has gone off om an eight days' fishing tour and in his ab sence Alderman James H. Macdonald, president of the board of aldermen, is acting mayor. He will also preside at the August meeting of the board of al dermen this evening. A NEW IMnCOVKKV BY TJHU 81IAKKK9. For more than a hundred years the Mount Lebanon Shakers nave studied the cultivation of medicinal plants and, sought to extraot from them their heal ing essences. Their labor has not been spent in vain. They have made a dis covery that will prove a blessing to mankind. It consists of a cordial that oauses Immediate relief In cases of In digestion. The Importance of this dis covery will be apparent when we real ize that nearly nine-tenths of our suf fering are caused by dyspepsia or indi gestion. Nearly every person you meet has this digestive trouble In some of Its varied forms, sick headaohe, distress after eating, pain and fullness In the chest after eating, palpitation of the heart, etc., are but symptoms of Indi gestion. To relieve these sufferings has been the study of the Shakers and they have succeeded. The reason the Shaker Digestive Cordial has such an Immedi ate and salutary effect is that it causes the food eaten to be digested, for it is undigested food that causes the distress. The Cordial causes the food to be di gested before there is time for it to fer ment and sour on the stomach. When the food Is so digested It gives strength and vigor to the feeble body, makes one feel bright and cheerful, and makes one gain In flesh. , The Digestive Cordial Is so prompt In Its action that the very first dose will have a perceptibly favorable result. It gives Immediate, relief. Every druggist has been sent a supply of our handsome Donkey Puzzle Books, and a copy may be had for the asking. It tells all about the Cordial as well as Laxol, the new castor oil. Try a 25 cent bottle of Digestive Cor dial and see what it will do for you. The Celebrated Whitney Baby Carriage we have the oomplete large line or opnnfr styles in stock j Det values ever snown. Prloes ranirln from $5.00 to $35.00. STAHL & HEGEL, 8, 10, 12 Church Street bags and, carried Into the BICYCLES. LIGHT RUNNING, WEIGHT 22 LBS. Agents 294 298 298 State stree of produoing a pleasurable feeling and It is delicious to the taste and highly yUAKM utW.A.1) and take no other. Grand Avenue. Kutnow's Improved Effervescent Carlsbad Powder PRESCRIBED TO His R6yal Highness, the Prinoe of Wales, and other members of the Royal family. An nlwnva rnfrnghinor and never falling remedy in oases of Indigestion, Constl- pation, .Dyspepsia, uout, jjmoeies, jviu ney and Liver trobles. Insist upon the uenulne article bearing the f ao-simile signature of . on the label ot each bottle. KUTNOW BROS,, 52 and 54 Lafayette Place, New York City, Sole Agents for the tJ. S. A., To be had of all druggists ft . CTiUhMttr'. Ensll.h Diamond Brand. Pennyroyal pills B i-C-V Original and Only Genuine. A . .momf Brmi In Hod nj fc'ofd nwwilioWy boiaa. Bdod with blue nuiiou. 1 on) v 'lim onrl (miMtiimt. Ai Di uggiat., or Mod 4e. lo eumpi for parttaulart, testimonial and "Relief for l.adlea," J return r MalL 10,000 Te.ilmonlala. JVoww ripr, .1 . L I.,.. W n ,M .iilUnn ul. Boio n; all Local Drngjiiu. 1'hUada., Fa, DR. GILL, , : Bealdenoe and Offlso, 548 Chapel Street, New Haven. . Consultation Hours, 9 a. m. to ! r. in. Sundays by Appointment Only. Dr. Gill Has Had 28 Years' Experience IN THE TREATMENT AND CU1.1E OJf F1EMAL DIFFICULTIES, : TvATiS DISEASES, and iyiikU.ij.o aJO.iifLAtNTI. Partlaular attention irlven to that elans oC ailments requiring the services of the Desk surgical skill and experience, such as Rup tures, fistulas. Piles. Gravel, Strictures, and all diseases or the Genital Organs, Uladdor and Rectum, in either sex, from wuiitever cause. Nervous Debility aud Seminal Weak ness speedily cured, AU manner or its, ra ralysls. Palsy, St. Vitus Daooev Nervous Spasms, Diseases ot the Heart and Nerves, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Soiatioa, Blood and Skin Diseases oured. . iKMAUSCOMPLHNTS. Dr. Gill can be consulted on the most deli cate medical subject in the strictest confi dence, and ladies, married or single, can be assured of honorable treatment and speedy relief. Good board and nursing when re quired. Thedootor cures all fomale difficulties from whatever cause, without pain, and in the quickest, safest way. Don't drug or delay, DUt see una as uuue. xue huwu iu time savesnine.'? , rN. B. Special arrangement for confine ment cases. Pleasant homes as long as de sired before aocoiichmbnt. , Terms modorate. All letters containing stamp promptly an' swored, Everything striotly confidential. Advioe by letter $1.00. Many oases success fully treated by mail. Address Dr. HENRY F. GILL, 548 Chapel Street, ol5 ly New Haven, Conn. Outing Shoes. W are throwing out of our stook all SUMMER GOODS At most any price to turn them into CASH. A few good trades : NOW $1.49 Ladies' Tau Prince' Albert WAS $2.00 NOW $1.87 Ladies' Eussia Calf Welt Oxford WAS $2.50 NOW $1.15 Ladles' Tan Juliette ,'. f WAS $1.50 NOW $1.79 Ladies' Tart Oxfords WAS $2.50 and $3.00 NOW 98o Ladies' Tan Oxfords WAS $1.25 to $2.00 NOW $3. 87 -Gent's Russia Calf Bals WAS $5.00 NOW $3.19 Gent's Russia Calf Bals WAS $4.00 NOW $2.30 Gent's Tan and Black Ox- fords--WAS $3.00 A. B. GREENWOOD, 773 CHAPEL STREET. Closed evenings except .Monday and Saturday TxxvcUv$r CSttide- AMERICAN LINE. NEW YOHK SOUTHAMPTON (London- rails). TWIN SCREW U. 9. MAIL STEAMSHIPS, SAIL.INO EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 11 A.M. ST. LOUIS, Aug. 7 NEW YORK, Sept.ll NEW YORK, Aug, 21 PARIS. Aug. 28 ST. LOUIS, Sept. 35 HOT XUJ.11V, VICC. PARIS, Oct, ST. LOUT. Sent. 4 RED STAR LINE. NE W YO KK TO ANTWERP. Sailing evert Wednesday at noon. FR1ESLAND. Aim. 7 1 KENSINGTON. SeD. WESTLAND. Auil I SOUTHWARK.SeD.lS NOORDL'ND, Aug. 38 I WES P LAND, Sept. 25 international Navigation Company, Pier 14. No.Rivar! offices Hnwlltitr (ir.teu N.Y. J. M. Lines, jr., 869 Chapel street ; Peck Bishop, 702 Chapel St.: M. Zunder 3t Sons, ail state street, jL. a. .Newton, so onurre street,. ti iAfIv Ne w York, New Haven and Hartford it. it. June 10, 18D5. Trains Leave -New Haven aa Follows ! FOIl NEW YORK '4:25, 4;35. x6:00. 7:S0, 8:10, 8:30, 9:35, xl0:30 a.m., 12:00, 12:05, 1:30 (parlor car limited), n:35, ! 1:45, 2:30, 3:00, 3:30, x4:15. SO, 5:20, 5:30, 6:30, 7:30, 8:10, (8:15 5:10, 5:20, 5:30, 6:30, 7:10, S:10, (8:15 Bridgeport accom.), S:10. 9:15 p.m. Sun-aays-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 Harlem River nao, '11:50 p.m. (dally). FOR BOSTON, via Springfield 1:10, xl0:10, 11:05 a.m., 1:05, 5:62 p.m. Sun days 1:10 (night), 5:52 p.m. FOR BOSTON, via New London and Pr'ovldence 2:03, 2:25, 11:35 (parlor oar limited) a.m., 12:05, 2:50, 3:00. 4.15, 4:55, 6:55 p. m. Sundays 2:03, 2:25 a. m., "4:65, 6:55 p. m. FOR BOSTON, via Air Line and N.T. & N. E. RR. 4:57 p.m. Sundays 4:57 p. m. FOR MBRIDEN, HARTFORD, SPRINGFIELD, Etc. 1:10 (night), 6:40, 8:00, xl0:10, 10:50 (for White Moun tains, first stop Hartford.) 11:05 a. m.i xi.uQ, -i.kio, o:io, o;uu, -0:02, (,e:io to iart rora), 8:U5, 10:05 p. m. Sundays 1 n (night), 5i52, 8:25 (accom.) p. m. : NEW LONDON DIVISION. For New London, etc. 2:03 (night), 2:25 (night), 7:50, 9:30, 11:05, 11:36 (par lor car limited) a.m., 12:05, 2:50, 3:00. 8:05, 4:15, 4:55, 6:15, 6:15, 6:55, 9:05 p.m. (Guilford accom.) Sundays 2:03(nlghy 2:25 (night), 7:60 a.m., 4:55, 6:55 p.m. AIR LINE DIVISION. For Mlddletown, Wlllimantlc, etc. :03 a. to., 1:30, 4:67, 6:05 p. m. Sundays 4:57 p. m. Connecting at Mlddletown with Valley Division and at Willlman Uo with N. Y. & N1. E. and NL. N. RR; at Turnervllle with Colchester branch, NORTHAMPTON DIVISION. , For Shelburne Falls, . Turner's Falls, Williamsburg, Holyoke, and New Hart ford and intermediate stations 7:45 11:04 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. 'l; ' ' . " v For Northampton and points thia side 5:55 p. m. ' ...... BERKSHIRE DIVISION. . t For Derby Junction 4:20 p. m. For Derby Junction, Birmingham, Afieonia,' etc. 7:00, 9:40 a. m., 12:00, 2:27, 4:20, 5:35. :50, 11:20 p.m. Sundays-8:lu a.m.. :30 p. m. , ' . , . For Waterbury 7:00, 8:00 (via Nauga- tuck Junction), 9:40 a. m., 12:00, 2:27, 1 :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. , V For Shelton, Botsford, Newtown.Dan- bury, Plttsfield,' State Line 9:40 a." m.,' :20 p. m. 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 8'., L; Ss N. RR. (via Hawleyville) 9:40 a. m :20 p. m. j.. ., , Express Trains. xLocal Express; C. T. HEMPSTEAD, , General Passenger Agent. SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY. Three 3 Routes ; TO CALIFORNIA, JAPAN, CHINA, and the HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. SUNSET ROUTE, Via NEW ORLEANS, LA., OG-DEN" ROUTE, - , Via OGDEN, UTAH, SHASTA ROUTE, Via PORTLAND, ORE. Tourist One-Way Excursions leave Bos ton1 every Wednesday for California. , Tickets ROUND THE WOKLD. SUNSET LIMITED. The service of this train botween Now Or- eans and San Francisco, vm Sunset Soute. will be resumed early in the Vail. Persons desiring the best that can be ob tained will not i'ail to travel on the "Sunset Limited." Unequalled Service, Luxurious Equipment. For circular and ticket or freight rates ap ply to E. E. CURRIER, N -w Eng. Agt, 9 State street, Boston. '. E. HAWLEY, A. G. T. M., V M3 Broadway, or L. hi. it u xi'iN u, e. if. Ajf t. ) i Battery p laoe, au3 New York. New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHARD PECK Leaves New Haven Belle Dookl dallv 13:30 night. Leaves new torn u ier aj taaat riverj a:wi p. in. , . . V. U. MJKTIIAM Leaves New Haven dailv. at 10:30 a. m. Sundays, 9 a. in, Leaves New York dally, 11:30 p. m. Satur days :nd Sundays, 12 midnight. lareSl.00; Exourslon tickets, good for li days, $1.50. Bishop's 703 Chapel street, and at Mix's drug store, comer Chapel and Church streets. Through rates given and bills of ladlngU sued to points West, South and Southwest. lul ghtful Smiduy K.vcuisions. On and after Sunday. July 7. Steamer C. H. Nnriham will leave Belle Dock at 9 a. m..- connecting in New York with Steamer Hich am l"ecK, arriving Daca in iiew naven at 7:15 p.m. Tickets this round trip. $1.00. utlALiutto x. jncinva, gut- STAKtN'S NEW HAVEN i TKANS POKTATION LINE. Dailv Except Satnrdav.. f .. ir Str. JOHN H. 8TAR1N, Captain gMiiigjil 1 lint-T '-1 n New Haven from Bwrin's Pier, foot of Brown street, at 10:15 p. m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Str. WM. C. EGERTON. Captain Spoor, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The Start n leaves New York from PierlS, North River, at 9 p. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The Eg erton, Sundays, Tuesdays and" Thursdays. Fare, 75o; exourslon tloketa, U5. Stat' rooms, $1.03. Tickets and staterooms for sale at J. M. Lines, jrj',851 Cnanel street: Pook ft Bishop, 1W Chapel street: Tontine Hotel, and John Morse, B8 Center street. Free stage leaves the depot on arrival i Hartford train, and from corner Churoii.il Chapel streets every half hour.oommeuoinjf it 8:30 p. m. Through freight races given an i bills of lading issued to points west,souta and southwest C. H. FISHER, Agent. Order your rreignt via Biann unn ANCHOR LINE. United States Mail Steamships Sail front New Vark Every Saturday for GLASGOW via LONDONUEBftr. ' Rates for Saloon Passage : By S. S. CITY OF ROME, S30 and upwardV Other Steamers. Cabin, 845 and upward. Excursion Tickets at reduced rates. Second Cabin, $33 and 830. Steerage Outwiird or Prepaid. 815. Drafts at Lowest Current Kates ' For further information, apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS. 7 Bowling Greon, New York ; or M. B. Newton, 86 Orange sC, or Win. Fitzpatrick. 66T Grand ave., or Peck & Bishop, 7IB Chapel street. New Haven. navS am