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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, SKPTEMBER 21, 1895.
WAU.IorottT. There wai another larga attendance at the fair yesterday atternon and ev erythlns passed oft successfully. The crowd was orderly and no disturbance of any kind was reported. The police force on the ground was strengthened by two officers from the Merlden police force. The National band furnished exoelient music, which was greatly ap preciated. The first of the races on the list was the hose running teams, which caused considerable interest. The first prize, $50, was won by the Hubbards of this town, and after the raca Judge Hubbard, after whom the company is named, gave $10. extra to the winners, and W. H. Newton, &. The positions and time of the teams Is as follows: 1. Hubbards, time, 441, seconds. 2. Winchesters, New Haven, sec onds. 3. Wallace, 48 seconds. 4. J. J. Daytons, Fair Haven, 51 sec onds, i 6. New City, 64 seconds. Purse, J50, $25, $16, $10. The 2:32 class was the next In order,, and resulted In J. J. Cutler's Bob Grant winning three straight heats. In the, second heat on the back stretch, N. F.' iVgraham, owner and driver of Star-i mbnt was thrown from his sulky by ai collision with the railing and quite ser iously injured. Besides receiving se vere bruises his collar bone was brok en, and he was taken home In a hack. "W. A. Penfield- of Meriden was called upon by the Judges to drive Starmont 'vthe other heat, which he did. One of the other drivers, J. H. Lewie of Bridge port, was thrown from his sulky In the same heat but was not seriously in jured. The race was quite exciting, although it was seen from the first that the Waterbury horse was likely to be an easy winner. The score of the race s as follows! - 2:32 Class Purse $200. ST. G. Cutler, Waterbury, c g, Bob Grant.' Ill II. E. Hart, Plantsville, b s, Ben Ethan 3 2 2 C. M. Jarvis, Berlin, g m, Flor ence B 4 3 3 N. F. Ingraham, Wallingford, b m, Sta.rmon.t 2 6 4 33. E. Ball, Wallingford 6 4 6 Time 2:26, 2:33, 2:31. ' The named horses for Wallingford horses, to be'driven by owners, was an easy victory for W. A. Booth's "Snow flake" after the first heat, which was won by A. L.., Hall's Nicholas J. Booth took the last' three heats without any effort and heJd up his horse on the home stretch,each time to save the oth er horses from getting too badly left. The score is ae follows': Named horses, owners to drive. W. A. Booth, Wallingford, g g, SnowflaSke..... 3 111 A. L. Hall, Wallingford, Nicholas J..., 12 2 2 Selden.' Munson, 'Wallingford, b g, PanSey.. 2 3 3 2 C. J. Bampton, ,c m, Dolly.. 4 4 4 4 Frank Anthony, b m, Little Pet ...1 5 5 5 5 Time 2:49, 2H51, 2:53, 2:53. Mrs Frank M. Tyler and children will start on ' Wednesday night of next week for their home in Fort Pierce, Florida. The journey will be made by railroad. Dennis Splan of'New Haven, was be fore Judge Hubfcard yesterday morn ing and his casei of assault upon C. L. Tillinghast was settled by the payment of the costs, $6.88. Tillinghast paid the same and gave Srflan a dollar to get out of town with and: keep away from him. . Several young ladies attended the watermelon partyat the house of Mun son Wooding in Yalesville last eve ning. D. W. Burke's boy, Bryant, fell from a pair of stilts yesterday and broke his arm. Dr. Russell attended. The fakirs were not as numerous at the fair yesterday as at the first day, as several were advised to get out of town and! others thought it wise to'go with out warning. The Hubbard hose running team and imany of its friends were out celebrat ing the victory last evening and with a drum corps, red .fire and plenty 'of en thusiasm paraded the streets. "Cod" iTaylor was the biggest man in town and hiB famous "$1 hit" at last 'year's ball game was put In the shade'by his achievements yesterday. John Doyle of Wallace Hose company stands ready to run Tom Taylor of the Hubbards for $25 a side for any dis tanoe from 300 yards up at any time, en th Center street track. Money Is ready to put up at any time. Camp Fire. General S. E. Merwln has been re quested to preside and Hon. N. D. Bperry, Mayor Hendrick, General E. 8. Greeley and General E. E. Bradley have been invited to attend the camp Are to be held by General Alfred Terry Command, Union Veterans Union, at their headquarters in the Insurance building on September 21. asm Stops HAIR COMING OUT. Frees head from and prevents dandruff; if gray, gradually restores the hair to original natural color; elegant tonic dressing; 50c., $1.00. At Retail or Wholesale Druggists. Fancy Goods Stores, Hair Dressers, or prepaid" by express on receipt of price. E. S. WELLS, Jersey City, N. J. EAURELLE OIL BALM. For Freckles, Tan andSunburn; prevents tendency of the skin. 50c. and $1.00. Druggists. ROUiraTS CLEARS OUT fJS&SS BED BUGS. FLIES. Sparrows, jack rabbits, squirrels, gophers, 15 WEILS' fli Tf I f"4 V V K A M sA.M K IM I IH ITI WE TALE-CAM BRIDGE GAME. Arrangement Nearly Completed Officials Appointed-Volo Athletic Team to Coin to New Haven Soon. Managers Day and Wade of the Yale track team left this city for New York yesterday, where they will make final preparations for the coming, Yale-Cam bridge games and also witness the New York-London athletio games this after noon. The Cambridge team left here last evening and will, in company with the Yale team, witness the games from the club house of the New York Ath letic club. About one-fourth of the members of the Cambridge team will represent the London team at New York to-day, and one-third of the Yale team will be found In the ranks of the New York team. The Yale-Cambridge committee has appointed the following officials in charge of the Yale-Cambridge games on October B: Referee, William B. Curtis of the New York Athletlo club; C. C. Cuyler, Princeton; Evert Wendell, Harvard; Guy Richards, Columbia; Sherman Mont of London A. C, and W. G. Oak ley of Oxford university. The starter is not yet chosen. The management of the coming Yale Cambridge games has adopted an ar rangement, whereby no persons shall be allowed within the enclosure where the games are being held. Only the above named officers will be admitted. The Yale team, which has been at Travers Island for three weeks, will leave there after the games between the New York Athletic club and the LondonsAthletic club to-day and return to New Haven. At the Invitation of the Yale manage ment Messrs. Jordan, Oakley and Rob ertson of the London club will be the guests of the Yale track team, begin ning with next Monday, till after the Yale-Cambridge games, October 5. NEW ORDINANCES PROPOSED. Action Taken by the Committee on Ordi nances Last Night. : The three councilmanlc members of the committee on ordinances were the only members to put in an appearance at the meeting of that committee last evening, but they remained until near ly 11 o'clock and transacted considera ble important business. The officials of the several electric railroad companies, electric light companies and telephone company were present, however, in full force, as several of the proposed or dinances directly affected their Inter ests. The proposed ordinances In which they were interested provide that all electrical wires must be carried into buildings from the roof and down the face of the 'building instead of being carried directly Into the first or second stories, as the case may be, as la now the custom; also requiring that all wires except trolley wires used for the trans mission of electric currents shall not ta less than forty feet above the crown of certain streets and not less than twen ty-five feet above the crown' of all other streets. Both these proposed ordinances were opposed by the officials of the sev eral companies represented; After hear ing the arguments the members of tho committee decided to table both mat ters until the next meeting of the com mittee, when some decided action will be taken. The committee also voted to table the proposed amendment to the charter and ordinances of the city relating to the laying or relaying, of brick sidewalks until next Wednesday evening, when a special hearing will be given on the sub ject. It was voted to formulate an ordi nance in reference to founding wooden structures' within the fire limits and to order the transmission of copies of all new ordinances made by the court of common council to the superintendent of police and the city attorney. No Police Site Selected. The members of the board of finance late yesterday afternoon visited several sites in the southwestern part of t,he city with a view to selecting a new lo cation for a precinct for station 3. No decision was arrived at yesterday in reference to the matter, but it was de cided to hold a special meeting next Thursday evening, at which time the site will be definitely selected. religious services. United Church Rev. T. T. Munger, D. D., pastor. Morning service at 10:30, preaching by the pastor. Sunday school at noon In the chapel. Christian Endeavor service at 6:15 p. m. tf Calvary Baptist Church Cornet) Chapel and York Streets Rev. Edwin M. Potest, pastor. Public worship to morrow with sermon by the pastor at 10:30 and 7:30. Bible school at noon. Y.P.S.C.E. at 6:15. Everybody wel come. No seats rented or reserved, 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 Welcome hall. Sunday school at 3 p. m. Gospel meet ing at 7:30 p. m., In. charge of Fosdlck B. Harrison, assistant pastor. tf Grace M. E. Church, corner Howard Avenue and Portsea Street Rev. Frank A. Scofield, pastor. Preaching 10:30. toJic: "The Minister and the People"; also at 7:30, topic: "Life Transfigured." Sunday school at 12. Young peoples' meeting at 6:15. Seats free and a cor dial welcome to all. Dwight Place Church Rev. J. B. Twltchell, D. D., pastor. Morning ser vice with sermon by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. Bible school at 12 m. and 2:30 p. m. Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m. Evening service at 7:30. Professor E. H Webster with his jubilet singis from Atlanta University. College Street Church. The Rev. Wil liam W. McLane, D. D., pastor Divine services with a sermon by the pastor on "The Conditions of Eternal Life" to morrow at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at 12 rn. Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m. First Baptist Church Wooster Place Rev. J. H. Mason, pastor, will preach at 10:30 and 7:30. Bible school and young men's class at noon. Y.P.S.C.E. at 6:20. Subject of evening sermon, "Can a Man Defeat God?" All seats free. Strangers and young men spe cially invited. Cucumbers Green Apples Watermelons ..ave no terrors for the stomach pro tected by SANFORD'S GINGER. It is so essential to the preservation of health in the summer season, so pure in its composition, so delicious to the taste, and so potent in saving doctors' bills, that it is folly to be without it. Avoid substitutes. Ask for SANFORD'S GINGER and look for owl trade mark on the wrapper. Sold everywhere. Potter Drug ind Cbkh. Corp., Sole Proprietors, Boston. Second Congregational Church, Fair Haven Rev. D. M. James, pastor Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school 12 m. Junior Endeavor 3:30 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E. 6:15 p. m. Evening service by the Congregational Brotherhood will be resumed September 29th at 7:30. Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church Corner Dwight and George Streets Rev. M. W. Prince, D. D., pastor Pray er meeting at 9:30 a. m. Preaching at 10:30 a. m. by the pastor. Sunday school at noon. At 7:30 p. m. Mrs. D. M. Welch will speak upon the growth of the Woman's Home Missionary So city of the Methodist Episcopal church In the United States. Epworth league prayer meeting at 6:30 p. m. You are invited to attend these services. Church of the Messiah (First Univer salis!) Orange street, between Elm and Wall streets, Rev. W. F. Dicker man, pastor. Sermon Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Subject: "Agnosti cism." Sunday school at 12 m. Young People's Christian Union devotional meeting at 6:15 p. m. The public cor dially invited. Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church, corner Orange and Edwards Streets Rev. Duane N. Griffin, pastor Preach ing at 10:30. Subject: "The Dead Prayer Office." Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Subject: "That Unruly Member The Tongue." Sunday school at 12 m. Junior Endeavor at 5 p. m. Sen ior Endeavor at 6:15 p. m. Sermonette to children In the morning. Subject: "Habit." Seats free. All welcome. Davenport Church Wooster Square I. C. Merserve, pastor. Morning service at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school at noon. Y. P. S. C. E. 6:30 p. m. First Methodist Episcopal Church- College and Elm Streets Rev. C. p. Masden, D. D. The pastor will preach 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Young peo ple's meeting 6:3Q. Sabbath school 12. Grand Avenue Congregational Church The pastor, J. Lee Mitchell, will preach at 10:30 a. m.: "The Sag of Public Opinion." 7:30 p.m.: "Fountain or Sponge." 6:15: Y. P. S. C. E. 12 m.: Sunday school and Bible classes. What Causes Pimples? Clogging of the pores or mouths of the sebaceous glands with sebum or oily matter. The plug of sebum in the centre of the pim ple is called a blackhead, grub, or comedone. Nature will not allow the clogging of the pores to continue long, hence, Inflammation, pain, swelling and redness; later pus or matter forms, breaks or is opened, the plug comes out, and the pore is once more free. There are thousands of these pores in the . face alone, any one of which is liable to be come clogged by neglect or disease. What Cures Pimples? The only reli able preventive and oure, when not due to a constitutional humor, it Cuticura Soap It contains a mild proportion of CUTI CURA, the great skin cure, which enables it to dissolve the sebaceous or oily matter as it forms at the mouths of the pores. This is the secret of its wonderful success. It stimulates the sluggish glands and tubes to healthy activity, reduces Inflammation, soothes and heals Irritated and roughened surfaces, and restores the skin to its original purity. For bad complexions, redness, roughness, yellow, oily, mothy skin, red, rough hands and shapeless nails, dry, thin, and falling hair, scaly and irritated scalps, and simple baby blemishes it is wonderful. Sale greater than the combined sales of all other skin and com plexion soaps. Bold throughout the world. Price, 96a. Perm Dlica AMD Chim. Coif.. Sole Props., Bolton, MiM. ' All about B.by'i Skin, Scalp, ssd Usir," trw Women Full of Pains Aches, and weaknesses And comfort, strength, and vitality in Cuticura Plaster, the first and Anly pain-killing, nerve-strengthening plaster VIGOR 1 Easily, Qulokly.-.Permanently Restored. ' Wmknes, IferTonenexs, voDiiiiy, ana an the train 1 01 aviia irom early errors or ) later excesses, the results of yerwork, Bicknets, worry. etc. ( uii strength, devel opment ana tone given to jevery organ ana portion of the body. Simple, nai oral methods. lininedi. ate imDrovement rcat lallnre lmDossible. 2.000 reference. Rnn. explanation sod proofs mailed (sealed) free, ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y. WM TO OUR We Have taimtei a Special Sals of Fall Overcoats, AT REGULAR Wholesale Prices Ranging from $5.00 to $15.00. Our line cannot be duplicated elsewhere in prices, fit or workmanship. Come and see our EMLISH BOX COAT,equal to the finest custom work. WAIT F08 OUR OPENING. Our Winter Goods are coming in. We will en lighten you on the subject of Winter Clothing. We will save you money as we THE MODEL, - Church Street, I- . . (.' 73 5 Corner loney Refunded if Goods Are lot Satisfactory. KOAL I am now delivering Koal in bags and carried into the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all dirt and buy of W.F.GILBERT' 65 Church Street, opposite Fostofflce. 89 to 91 Railroad Avenue. MONARCH CALL AND SEE OUR r '95 LINE. Buckingham Clark I Jackson State The Place Where Patrons ARE ALWAYS SATISFIED -IS Hew Haven Window Shade Ce's EstallisBieit, 68, 70 and 72 Fine Cants, Ms, k Draien. I J Mi.lU.VlU tJ j Mammoth Stock, Superb , that cannot iaii to Please. Special Attractions in the -way of Summer Goods Mattings, Chairs, Rugs, etc., etc. jgpuiosea Saturdays at noon..jg THE BEST BREAD. By far the largest number of People in New Haven and neighboring towns have found out that ROOT'S BREAD Is incomparatoly tlxo Best. For Quality of Materials, for Palatableness, for Nu tritious Properties; it excels all others, and the peo ple know it and buy it. The several kinds made bv him are TOO WELL KNOWN to specify but the thousands of consumers m this city and surrounding places can't get along without Boot's Bread. Bakery at 859 Grand Avenue. Ask you Grocer for it and take no other. Label on .everv loaf ' - - . FALL Fill; did heretofore. 73 Center. BICYCLES. LIGHT RUNNING, WEIGHT 22 LBS. ments 204 206 298 State stree WITH: THEIR PURCHASES" THE - Orange Street Selections, and Prices Dtetltcal. rSPEClALlSfl INhII disoasosot a chronic iintiiro, in bolu men ami women. Twenty-live yeurs' ex perltmue. Vluur ami Manliness quickly and perma nently restored. Xii?'t L.isscm and discharges of all kinds stopped nod p i iimnpiil ly oure I. Wetik memory, niu voiiNness and klndrod af fections resulting from youthful errors, quickly cured. Nervous complaints, blood poison and skin affections, kidney and bladder troubles, and all PU1VATK DISEASES OF M UN AND WO. MI5N ; diseases ot the scalp and falling out of the hair positively cured. Buportiuoug hair removed. UK. OI.MSTKU, 730 tJHAPKL STKEET, COK. STATE. Hours-9 tola. 3 till 5 and I to 9. au8tf DR. GILL. RESIDENCE AND OFFICE, 548 Chapel Street- Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. in., week days only. THE Doctor is noted as the only Kegular Fhyslolan and Surgoou in the titate mak ing an office practice an Exclusive Spe- CIALTY. DK. G ILL has had 38 yoars' extensive expe rience in the Treatment and Cure of Female Difficulties and Chronic Complaints. Particular attention given to that class t ailmonU requiring the servioes of the best surgical skill and experience, such as Itup tures. Fistulas, Plies, Gravel, Strlotures, and all diseases of he Genital Organs, Bladder and Rectum, In either sex, from whatever cause. Nervous Debility and Seminal Weak ness speedily oured. All manner of Fits, Pa ralysis, Palsy, St. Vitua Dance, Nervous Spasms, Diseases of the Heart and Nerves, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Suiatioa, Blood and Skin Diseases oured. FEMALE! COlit "PLAINTS. Dr. Gill can be consulted on the most deli cate medical subject in the strictest confi dence and ladies, married or single, oan be assured of honorable treatment and speedy rciief. liAHHEN women dosirlmr offspring should consult, the Doctor. Painful menstru ation oured. Board and Nurse when requir d. The dootor euros all female difficulties from whatever oauso, without pain, and in the quickest, safest way. Don't drug or delay, but see him at once. "The stltou in time savesnlne." His improved hard rubber up-to-date Syringe for married ladies is a won der; prevents nil difficulty, is thoroughly cleansing, and cures weaknesses, ulceration, whites, etc Prioo $5 ; good for a lifetime. All letters containing stump promptly an swered; everything strletly confidential. Advice by lettor SI. 00 ; manv cases success fully treated by mall. Terms moderate. . : ' ' . Address ' DR. HENRY F. GILL, au31 NEW HAVEN, CONN. STEEL WOOL. Scrub your floors with Steel Shavings and keep them smooth and clean. For cleaning Brass and Metals, Steel Wool is unsurpassed. It shows and sells itself. USE IT, BUY IT, TRY IT Steel Wool has proven itself to be the best article in the mavket for rubbing down a first coat of varnish, and when using . BUB ONLY WITH THE GRAIN, and if a particularly smooth Biirface is re quired, use a little raw linseed oil. Forsale by THOMPSON' & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street. WAX POLISH OIL For floors in Stores, Banking Houses and Public Buildings wherever a clean oil waxed surface is desired. No dust will arise from sweeping. "WAXINE" for Kitchen Floors. CALL FOR CIRCULAR. Tie I oleott & Prat Co., 93 CROWN" STREET. WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Solicitor of PATENTS Eight Tear Examiner in U. S. Patent Office, . and Counselor in OFFICE New Haven, 70 CHURCH ST. Springfield. 317 MAIN ST New Haven Cremation Society. FOR PARilCOLAHS ADDRESS ERNEST FASCH, Sec'y, 134 Chestnut Street, OR FRANK A. HERMANCE, au!5 th&satf 3$S Howard Avenue. 'EXIXUlXVLXZ, tz. CARPETS. A FINE LINE OP Fall Patterns, In all grades, styles and latest color ings, on our floors ready for inspection. ' ALSO Linoleum, Oilcloths, Rugs, Shades and Draperies. Just received one more shipment of Whitnev's Baby Carriages. STAHL & HEGEL, 8, 10, 12 Church Street. Pin This Up Where You Can See H. F. BLOGG & BB0., Cash or Credit H03IE FURNISHERS, 633 Chapsi street, New Haven, Conn. FULL LINE JF Folding Beds, Parlor Furniture, Carpets, Oilcloths, Beds, Baby Carriages, Mattresses, Parlor aud Cook Stoves. Character U Credit. , Store open 7 a. m. to ft-JQ p. m. dattirday and Monday evenings to ' gntucUcvs' (SuicU, New York, Aew Mayen am June 10, 18US. Trains Ltave New Haven at Follows r 7.o0. &M, g:30. 9:35, xl0:30 a.m.. 12:09 i .P Parlt"' car limited). i;3G 'SO, 3.00, SO, X4:15, .6:lo 5:20. .6:30. 6:30, .7:30, .8:10. (8 1 6:10. .5:20, .5:30, 6.30. '7:10. .8:10. 8a Bridgeport accom.). 9:10. 9:15 p.m. Sun' .7 w.v;2n5,;tf' 8:00 -m- k 7.10, 8:10, 8:15. 9:10 p.m. R?rR .WASHINGTON, via Harierri xio-io . W' Via sPringfleld-..l:10, xlO.10 .11:06 ajn., i:05, 5:52 p.m. Sun' days-.l:io (night), 5:52 p m PrFovideS??; V'a New Lond a4mV4:5pSmndayS-,2:03' lB2lT0?.-y r Line and N.Y.! p m P,m- Sunaays :5T FOR MERIDEN. HART-POT? n SPRINGFIELD .R,??' 6:40. 8:00. xl0:10, -10:60 T?for WMteToun- i' ofl T. , nV ,BYP HartforJ. ":05 a. m.. 12.06, 1:05. 8:15. B:0n .k-k .m tt.. ford). 8:05, 10:05 t. m" Sindav.i .ia SJFw0; !? :52, 8:25 Cccom.) p. m. NEW LONDON DIVISION. For New London c o.ni ,... 2:25 (night). 7:50. nw l lLC&.T. lmlteV a-m., 12:05, 2:50. 3:00. i o.vo, ;io. -4 hh R.IK .1K u.ce n.nc i (.?UoLIf,0r,d aP,C0.m;) SundayS-.2:03(night)i I ""S""' ' a. m 4:55, '6:55 p.m. I "11V J-it-JLU xjs. VIOIUJN. For Mlddletown, WiMmantlc, etc 8:03 a. m.. 1:30. 4:57 ns a' '4.57 p. m. Connectinar af Miflriitn with Valley Division and at WUltman tie with N. T. & N in a,i ivt t t at Turnerville with Colchester branch.' A-uxvxxiAJ.Vlt-llJJN DIVISION. jjor cneiDurne Falls, Turner's Falls, Williamsburg- Holvokn anrt m tt... ford and intermediate stations 7 :45, 11:04 a. ni. and 4:00 r. m. . For Northamrjton side 5:55 p. m. BERKSHIRE DIVISION. iut junction 4:20 p.m. Wot Derb Junction, Birmingham, Ansonia, etc. 7:00, 9:40 a. m.. 32-nn v-vr tin cut 7:50, 11:20 p.m. Sundavs a':ln" L m 8:S0 p. m. " ' For Waterburv 7 5:d5, 7:50 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 6:15 p. m. (via Naugatuck Jiinotihn For Winsted 7:00 SWn . n.vt o:6 P. m. Sundavs ! a m -or Shelton, Botsford, Newto'wn.Dan. bury. Pittsfleld. Sto.t T.inoo.jn L 4 nn ' . - w.w Oh .1.., :20 p. m. . For Albany.; Buffalo, rioftt nii-. Oat!. St. LOUiS. C!hloncrn anA V, TIT via State Line 9:40 a. m., 4:20 p. rn. For Litchfield and nnln. a t ttl N. KR. (via. TTnTirlavtiinn n.tn 4:20 p. m. , : " Express Trains. xLocal Express. ' C. T. HEMPSTEAD, 1 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- every vyeauesaay ror Ualifornia. Tickets ROUND THE WORLD. SUNSET LIMITED. Thnenv.rtr.nnP .1.1. ...1- ,.' . i eans and ban Irnnoisco. via tiuuaet Uoute. will be resumed early In t he Fall. fin1'0"s.ndusl?'i!ftho be9t that oan be ob tained will not tail to travel on the "Sunset Unequalled Service, Luxurious Equipment.' For.cirnnlflr and tiniro n f.Aiui ply to E. E7CUKHIEH, Nuw Eng. Atft 9 State street, Boston'. . E. HAWLEY, A. G. T. M., 343 Broadwav or L. H. NUTTING, E. P. Ait. 1 Battery &l au3 . ; New York. New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHARD PECK night xuwo jyuusi aany isi-jj I .APVAO Naw Vrtilr Pl "L . , . p. m. daily. C. H. NORTHAM Leaves New Haven daflv, at lo.-TO a, nx Leaves Npw Vnrlr rlatlu- 11.11 ,o.,j!: except.) baturdaya ,t 12 mtdoiffht. 1.'nHn 1 ftn. TH - I ... - . - days, S1.50. Rt.tM.nnm. anrl .'.L.I. .... . T, i Bishop's ftki Chapel street, and at Mix's dru store, corner Chapel and Church streets. Through rates srlven and bills of ladlntfu sued to points West, South and Southwest. jti.a.tuno x. . r a en uo, Agent, STARIN'S NEW HAVEN T&AXi- Dally Exoeirt Satnrrtav.. str. JUHiM a. BTABIN, Captain smriu s fier, foot of Brown street, at 10:15 n. . ,.'r j-ubsuuvs hiiu xaursaays. btc. WM.UJKdEBTON, Captain 8poor, Monday WMlHMUlavj X-Jrln fill . ? New York from Pier 18, North River, at p. m. Mnnn.va W.ul n. I .1 .... erton, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. 1" fir A V V. OTmiHlnn rl.b. A. .1 - . . . - rooms, $1.00. ncKeta ana staterooms ror sale at J. to. Lines, jr.s', 831 Chapel street; Peak & Bishop, ;(B Chapel street: Tontine Hotel, and John Morse. Hi Center street. Free stage leaves the depot on arrival o" Hartford train, and from corner Church an 1 Chapel streets every half hour, commencing i ,rv' i. ". ...... .. l. ucigu. 1 1. 1., o n.vcu ... bills of ".adlng issued to points west,s.iiJ i ....... v. ... 1 1 i.'u i n-ri . . Order your freight via Starin Line. ANCHOR LINE. United States Mail Steamships .Sail tram Kw York livery Saturday lor UtASQUW Tl LONDON UKtHtr. Kates for Saloon Passage By S. 8. CITY OF ROME, 0 and upward, UthekStkahers, Cabin, 845 and upward. Ivxcui-sion Tickets at reduced r itts. Second Cabin, $'i3 and SteerHife. 15. Drafts at Lowest Current Kate-. For further information, apply to HENDEKtHIN BROTHERS, 7 BowU nf Grewi. New Y ork ; or M. B. Newton, 86 Orange st, . or Wm. FiUpatrick. mi Grand ave., or PecK it Bishop, 7Ui Chapei street. New Haven. my8 0m