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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1895.
WALLlHIiFOKD. Cecal Preparations for the Maionle Home Dedication To-morrow. There am busy times now over to the Dlasonlo homo getting ready for the dedication ceremonies on Wednesday. lA. big Bans of men1 -are et work on .various parts of the grounds getting everything in readiness. In the open inl across from the Tiome a big tent Bins been put up and tables and seats are being put up underneath for the feeding of the specially invited guests. Two other tents ara up and still an other will be spread to-day. On the Ijiwn in front of the south building are fcolng erected benches to accommodate several hundred who will listen to the r.ddresses from under the canorpr In front of the south building. In the grows farther south benches and1 ta bles to accommodate nearly 2,000 at c slttting, where will be served , the refreshments for the members of the order and their friends. A steam holler to cook, the tea and coffee is Sjn position and eight hogsheads are. lined up to hold the savory liquids and upon all sides can be seen activity. Superintendent Buckingham is full of business and only hopes for favorable Tveather for Wednesday- The New HaT ven Decorating company has begun Its work, and the outside decorations will !be simply grand. The probabilities are that' if the weather is only favorable 'Wallingford will have the biggest num ber of visitors on Wednesday ip. ever saw, except perhaps at the time of the tornado. The ofljeers of the grand lodge, the officers -of the grand cpm nianderies, with the past and present officers of the state commanderies and "he first three officers of the subordi nate lodges will meet a,t Masonic hall n Center street at 10:30 ia. m, and the parade headed by the" National band' will march down- Center street ito-Hall avenue and over to the Masonic home, where the dedication exercises will be conducted.. Owing to the large number of distinguished guests wlio rwill be in line it would be appropriate for ithe merchants and residents along the line to show decorations on the buildings out of respect to the visit ors. Special trains will be run on. the Consolidated road on that day, A large number of cooked hams from New Haven will be received by Super intendent Buckingham torday to be made in'to sandwiches., fully 5,000 in number. Professor Jepson of New Ha en will have charge of the choir; to furnish music, which will be located in the balcony of the cottage. The Na tional band' will' be stationed on the other end of the balcony. , John; William and Thomas Taylor and John Barry were arrested by Offi cer Mooney and1 early last evening were brought before Judge McLean, charged wjith breach of the. peace on Saturday night, or rather early Sunday morning. The Wallace Hose company will have a smoker in the hose house this even-" ing. . Captain William A. Andrews and the little craft be crossed the Atlantic ocean in will arrive in town to-day advertising Sapolio. Everybody is looking anxiously for tlje cold wave that is predicted, as all wish to change from the terrible heat of the last tew days. William Toothe's baby was 'brought here from Merlden yesterday afternoon for' burial In the Center street ceme tery. , " Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Smith have a new daughter, born yesterday morn ins:.1 Francis Bernatche has sold to Alex ander Porter a house and lot, 50x100' feet, on Hall avenue. Mrs. Julia, Gaherty, widow of the late Patrick Gaher.ty of North Farms, died Sunday morning, aged sixty-rln years., Services at the houp'e at 10 o'clock this morning. The body will be, taken to New Britain for burial( Mrs. John Ginty was thrown from a carriage Saturday evening andher arm was broken. Rev. W. ' A. 'Beardqley of Saranac Lake, N. Y., is tbevguest of Rev. J. B. iWildman. A' republican caucus to nominate a town ticket will be held in town hall Friday evening. ', J.'H. Alderige was out exercising his colt, ;w.hen .he was throVn from his sulky and bis .collar bone dislocated. XT WAS HOT. E. H. Emery, acting weather observer Jn this city, sr.id yesterday that Satur day, Sunday and yesterday, taken to gether as' three days, break the record in thjs vicinity and probably for -the etate as a whole fo thls-sason of the year. The local records of highest teni ji?rature were Saturday 96, Sunday 33 and yesterday SO. Bu,t we are promised copier, weather to-day, and to-morrow perchance overcoats may be .required. Fonndrranji School Closed. Ansonia, Sept. 23. This is another day of Intense heat The thermometer reached 94 at 1 o'clock. The moulders in the Farrell foundry did riot go. to work this morning, and the schools were closed at noon, the rooms being like oven. The Combined Skill And experience of the world has producer! nothing thotequalsthewonderfaliiEAUBELLBOiL Ialm. ft prevents tendency to wrinkle. r ageing of the t kin drvlng or withering of theskin or Qes clears the complexion, keeps sWn soft, smooth and pOahle In all .reath r nd under any exposure, tones down redness, Danishes tan. freckles, pimples, blackheads. Is clear and pore as water, dries in the instant used. For chafes, abrasions, chaps, fever sores, simply elegant, a lnxury after sharing : delights everybody. If vour skin is course and rough, try It. The wonder and pleasure of all who use it, and the more you uao It the better you like it. 60c and 11.00 at druggists or sent prepaid by express on receipt of price. Try Wellsr Invisible Velvet Cream Face Paw dcr, 23c E. S. wklls, Jersey City, N. J. ' WELLS HAIR BALSAM. If gray, gradually restores tha nairw ortnalna Bral color ; elegant tonic dressing. S0cr tMK Drag. Cists, or prepaid by express on receipt of price, . S. Wills, Jersey City. K.J. Dotft Die in the House. ROUGH ON RATS clears not rata, mica, coc loaches, bed-boe. files-anis. beetles, be . . II FALL MOUTHS. Neuralgia, Rheumatism Can Now Be Cured. 0!d Time Obstinate Diseases Are Easily Curable. Paine's Celery Compound is the Great Specific. It Restores the Neglected, Famished Nerve Parts. It Replaces Worn-out Tissues with New, Vigorous Ones. Ptalne's eelery compound Is the one assured remedy for rheumatism . and neuralgia that is every day accom plishing all that physicians claim for It. Both these old-time, obstinate dis eases are to-day speedily aiid perma nently cured by Professor Edward E. Phelps' great prescription. Neuralgia and rheumatism are merely, names for a certain reduced state of the nervous tissues. As far ascauses go, they do npt much differ from nerv ous debility, headaches, dyspepsia: and sleeplessness. The; mischief is the same 1n every case,' a, nervous system robbed of life and substance by over-exertion and scanty nutrition. The cure . for all these is likewise In the same direction. Strengthen "and restore the nerves to their normah condition with Palne's celery compound; "it is the advice of the ablest physi cians everywhere. As soon ag all 'the countless nerve centers and fibers have been made sound and strong, not only rheuma tism and ' neuralgia, but low spirits, kidney trouble, disordered liver and heart palpitation, vanish without a trace to remind one that their presence was not all a fearful dream. Paine's celery compound does its cu rative work in a simple, straigh'tforr ward way. It wastes little time, pn the minute and puzzling classification of diseases, but bends all its energies at once' to feeding the worn-out, shattered nervous track, filling the arteries with rich, new blood, and building up the body for its fight against disease. Low spirits lose their power when the system feels the buoyancy of returning "health, such as soon comes -from taking Paine's celery compound. The rapid gain in weight that follows its use is a reasonable Indication of-' the strength ening processes that are going on among the vital organs.,, Many men and women who recom mend Paine's celery compound do so in what, to others, may sometimes seem extravagant words. But Paine's celery compound has made them well ! THE TAX.B VEAR BEG1XS. The Campus Assumirfg' Its Usual Appear anee Kntrance Ixamrnatlons Now On Recitations Begin Thursday An Unusual Number of Deaths Purine Vacation'. The Yale campus last evening began to take on the appearance which it wears during the college year, .that is, in the number 'of students seen there. Around the campus oouldi be seen groups continually increased in num bers by new arrivals, who were greet ed enthusiastically in a true student manner. On the fence were a few, especially the sophomore fence, where the members of the new Soph, class seemed to take delight in sitting, and irnaglnlngjhow muchsuperior they were to the Incoming freshmen. The rooms in the dormitories began to show lights, yesterday being the first day that the noo,ms were opened since vacation. Many of the Btudents remarked on the rapid progress made on the new Phelps building, and although some complain of 'the unsightly appearance which the plies of building material and derricks scattered about giye to .this part of the campus, but most of them appre ciate the great improvement which- the new building will make in -the cam pus. ' The regular .recitation and lecture work' of the college year begins next Thursday in all departments of the university except in the Medlcal school. Entrance examinations for the fresh men classes of the academic and scien tific departments began: yesterday af ternoon and will . continue two days. The-Law school examinations will begin Wednesday and last one day. Indications are that there will, be an increased attendance in the academic freshmen, a marked decrease in the scientific entering class, owing to the very rigid requirements introduced in to the entrance examinations, a slight increase in the freshman' class in tne Law school and about the same at tendance in. the medical, art, music and theological departments. The- freshman class in the scientific department will probably be about fifty men smaller than last year, the addi tion in the entrance requirements de manding nearly a year's added work. The standard- has also been raised in the Law school, and as a result about twenty-five members of the senior class have been conditioned or dropped, and have gone to the Columbia Law school. Five members of the academic de partment have died during the vaca tion, the largest number ever recorded in one vacation. The deceased mem bers are George J. Gray "$6, B. ft. Por ter '97, C". P. Kellogg '97 and Berkeley McKesson '98. The -three classe whose ranks have' been depleted will ' hold mass meeting -soon after the formal .opening of college and pass suitable res olutions. THE COXXOZIDATED HO AD And t Coming Acquisition of the New England-Some of the Year Important Advantage! to Kesult Therefrom Met ForthThe Expenses Kntatled. The advantages to the New Haven company of acquiring the New Eng land property have In many quarters not been fully realized, and are thus i set forth by last evening' New York Post: They niay be summarized as (1) the end of competitive rates at some twen ty Junction arnd terminal points in southern New England, Including such plac.es as Boston, Prpvldence, Worces ter, Springfield, Woonsocket, Willi mantic, Norwich, Hartford, New Brit ain, Waterbury, Mevlden and Banbury; (2 the end of competition at important points near junctions by which'the New England' has taken the long haul while forcing the short haulfon its competi tors; (3) the acquisition of the valuable New England terminal at Boston; (4) the amount to be saved In. fixed chains by refunding of bonds falling due with in ten years, the lowest possible, esti mate of th'i. single economy be'ing $500;000 a year;4'(5) economy of joint operation under the merger, especially at junction points;. (6) saving in legal costs from long and bitter "con troversies in legislation, especially in' Connecti cut; (7) the acquisition of the reorgani zation! fund, an advantage, however, more apparent than real; as it has had to be paid-in for .the rise of the pur chased stock; (8) the elimination of the Norwich boat line as a possible dis turbing "factor in through traffic, and (9) most important of all, the removal of the sharp menace from the New Eng land under the .possible ..control of a powerful outside company. To this long list of gains there are serious offsets. The New England road is etill in bad condition, a4d public sen timent will exact . from it under New Haven control a far different state of affairs from that tolerated so Ions- as the managers of the system could plead poverty. This is practically the case in the matter of grade crossings, the New England being far la arrears under the Connecticut law. Undoubtedly also the New Haven company must assume sev eral New England branch line leases, whioh could be dropped to Its profit. The New England Is a crooked cross country line eat and west, cutting tbe prevailing conrse of the valleys, with steep 'grades and sharp curves, ajid very badly, situated f or . eaonomlca'l operation. It is negatively .rather than positively valuable to ,the New Haven company, and the latter can afford to ake it only on competitive ' grounds. Last spring, as is known, the New Ha ven managers made a very careful ex amination of the property, and the decision to take it'was arrived at after figures had been reached which show ed a gain, jlargely by non-competition, stated at the time on high authority, as $900,000 a year, to be made by the transaction.' ' . With the control of the.-New England the New Haven company becomes .all but absolute railroad master of south ern New England, and of the whole through system of boat lines on' the sound in which important changes are foreshadowed, including the probable abolition: of the Stonington line of steamers. In Connecticut there are now left outside of its control only the New London Northern, the' Philadelphia, Reading and- New England, and one short line of a semi-private -character. Its single track mileage is. raised from 2,754 to 3,624 miles, and the market val ue of the properties owned or controlled by It from $170,000,000 to .about $200,000," 800. On a basis of mileage not 9tngl.e track, the new absorptloni In effect di vides New England .railroads among five corporations as follows: Boston and, Maine 2,762 miles, New York, New Haven and .Hartford 11991 mites,' Fitch bung 450 miles, Boston and Albany 389 miles, and the Vermont Central 772 tniles, the five, systems thus including all but about 600 miles in the six New England states. The future treatment of the newly acquired property, and especially .the minority stockholders, present some grave 'problems, the Housatonic precedent pointing to opera tion for a while as a .quasi "indepen dent" line, . development of local and juon-competitive business, then final consolidation on about the basis, of the average price of shares In the purchase of control. t IMPROVEMENTS ON THE AIR LINE Superintendent Ostrande.r of the Air Line division of the Consolidated road this morning put on a work train as a preliminary 'to beginning the improve ments on that line, and, having in view the.new ballasting -of the road beyond Middletown. At present the work will go on- -in the vicinity of Turnerville, where a gravel pit has been secured. It is a twenty acre gravel knoll.bought of P. W. Turnen of Turnerville. The' tract of land lies between the Colches ter"branch and the Air Line. A large force of workmen began grading Satr up-day morning ifor one of the spur tracks that is to be laid there. This will be the largest gravel pit'ever open ed on the Air Line. It is" estimated that the depth of gravel is about four feet. THh MASOSTC HOME. Its Dedication To-morrow Committee's Annonjieementfl. The committee having the matter !n charge announce that arrangements have been made with the New York, Few Haven and Hartford Railroad com pany to accommodate the brethren and friends of the several lodges who may desire .to attend at one and one-third fare for the roujjd trip There will be ample time to attendythe ceremonies and return the same day. Tickets and information as to the departure of trains can be dbtalned from agents a, the several stations. Every Mason will appear in full regalia, by erder of H. O. Warner, grand master. FOR THE FAIR HAVEN MASONS. Special cars will leave the corner of Grand avenue and East Pearl street to morrow (Wednesday at 9:15 a-, m. to meet the 10 a. m. txain to accommodate the Masons of Fair Haven and their friends who wish to attend the dedica tion of the home. It is estimated there, will be from two to three hundred go from'this portion of the sity. OF .OC. If. ISThKEST. The Hon. John Hooker rested better last night than at any time sioco his in Juries by 'being runvdown by a bicycle Friday evening. To-day he is not so well and la sufterlqg more or less from the pain. Hartford Times, 23d. Th fall meeting of the Connecticut LibrAry association will be held Wed nesday, October 2, at the David T. Hunt library In Falls Village at 3:30 o'clock In the afternoon. Typhoid fever has a strong grip on trje population of Derby and Khelto'n. Dr. O'SuHlvan is attending ten cases., three of which are ip one family, Drs! taBouteand Loomis are attending nine and. six cases respectively. TJp to noon yesterday Health Ofllcer Fltz-Glbbon of Bridgeport had issued ninety-two licenses to milk-dealers. The hqme, of Attorney .Jonathan W. Chapin, 605.WhaIley avenue, was en tered early yesterday morning and 'sil verware, books and .clothing to the vl ue of $150 stolon. The burglars ejitered the house, through a side window. A pane of glass in the window was broken and by reachlng.through it and turn ing the catch the window was easily opened. Sergeant Cowles Is working on the case. ( The New Haven I. O. O. F. are mak ing jjceat preparations for' their trip to Waterbury on October 15, and It Is ex pected that -there wjll be fully 1,0,00 go from this city. There will be a big pa-, rade In the afternoon, when it Is ex peeted that over 3,000 I. O. . F. men will march: There will be .ftn'other meeting of the local committee on Fri day night. " Choirmaster. Miner IVcorated. ( The Waterbury American said yester day in Its Naugatuck column: Choir master W. H. Miner was presented with a' handsome fob by the members of the choir in New Ha.ven of which he was once a member. The fob is of Dlack silk, wilh a gold charm bewlng the emblems of the Red Mert .to which society Mr. Miner belongs. incdicat. THE DOCTOR'S COLUMN.' L. C. M., New York. Have suffered with throat trouble for some time. The least thing is sufficient to make it woi se.a'iid it has weak ened my whole system. Please advise. - Take Pulmoline" according to direc tions. Read circular carefully. Cere brine, extract of the brain, will strength en the nerves. Five drops on the tongue, twice a day. B. F.-C, West Troy, N. Y Have cramps in my less. Wliat is srood ?' Natrollthtc Salts, a, teaspoonful in half tumbler' of hot water each morn ing, and one Febricide Pill three times a day. , . 1 - H. G. 0 Minneapolis. My hair is falling out rapidl i . What can I do f Use Petroleinel Read circular care fully and follow directions. ; 4ulia T. G.. Syracuse. Am cons' ipated, and have spells of acute lndigestlonT What would you advise? -. Begin with Natrollthtc Salts, tea spoonful in a half tumbler of hot water, twice a week, before breakfast. After breakfast and dinner, take a teaspoon ful of Gastrine. Avoid highly seasoned and greasy food. 'f C. FAMNG DROWN, A. M M. D., Med. Dept Col. Cliom. Co., Washington, D. C. Specialties sold by Columbia Chemical Company, Washing tort, D..C. THE ANIMAL EXTRACTS. CEHKKKIJiK, i'roiu the llmiii. iUEDUTi I1NF, From the Spinal Cord. CAKDINU, From the Heat. TKSTISJS, OVAKIXH, TH liOIDtNE. Dose, 5 props. Price, Two Drachms, Si. 25. ECZ'limt'UKK, For skin diseases. PKT ltOI.ElNK, For rostorinis: the hair. PUMVjo, LINE, For throat and lungrdispasos. l'EIUil. CIDK, For Malaria, Neura'gla, etc CA TAKKHINK, For Catarrh, , Hay Fever, e:c. Month's treatment, including Insufflator, $2.50. fSAsTKINE, For Dyspnpstn. NATKO LITHIC SAL I S, For Constipation. At all Druggists' Send for Literature. Sold by E. Hewitt & Co., 744 Ulmpcl street. THE SPRING OF ETERNAL YOUTH Carlsbad may be truly termed the Spring of Eternal v Youth. For' centuries the famous Sprudel has been used as the best natural remedy for constipation, catarrh of the stomach, dyspepsia and liver and kidney complaints, diabetes, etc. Best taken when out-door exercise can be ' had. Be sare to buy the genuine im ported article only, which must have the signature of "Eisner & Mendf.lson Co. , Sole Agents, New York," on every package. r Jrs B mm Y ALtz iii MEN WiH find it very -EASY- to furnish from our large and varied Stock. The little things that you pend a half a day looking for can be found here. WINDOW SEATS, ) ou ZW" SPECIAL eouCHES,. Specialty. THE HOME FURNISHING CO,, STUDENT OUTFITTERS A nd Dtahrt in all kinds of Fnrnitnrs ana HonseKseping Goofls. ' 755 to 763 CHAPEL ST. ' . Tainted Blood PqlaoneiJ my whole system, local troubles being t&e origin of my suffering. My limbs and arms swelled and so'res broke out.- My nervous system was shattered and I became helpless. Medical treatment availed nothing. I resorted to Hood's Sarsaparilla and it gave me vitality at once, . I gained rapidly and the sores disappeared. 1 gained strength and wbb finally restored to health.'1 Mrs. Elbripqb E. Smith, P. O. address, West Granville, Mass. ., Hrtnrl'c Dillc nretasteless.mild.effeo- ,,wu rlllS tiv. All rirucurista. 25 vieoRoFiErj Ia8lly, QuIckly.-.Permanently Restored. Weakness, Nervousness, venimy, ana ail tne train oi evils rrom early errors or later excesses, ths results oi overwork, sickness, worry. etc. i all strengtp, devel opment and tone given to tevery organ aad portion of the body. Simple, naU ural methods. Immedi ate imDrovetnent seen. Failure imnossible. .3.000 references. Book. explanation and proofs mailed (sealed) freew IRIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y. in Playing. Everyone can play the 'jDOLIAN but : no two alike. Some play witl more expression than others, even ren dering : Symphonies or Wagnerian Operas witli better effect than the average orchestra. Wlt,h an iEdLIAN in the home, the standard musical works are as1 availa ble as the books of your library. In either ease, it is simply a question of rending, or interpretation. Description is useless. One, roust see the A'blian to understand and ap preciate iC Tie t Steinert & Sons Co. SOLE AGENTS, 777 Chapel street. lit n m i w.i i K0AL. I am now delivering Koal in bags and carried into the cellar direct from wagon. Avoid all dirt and bjuy of W. F. GILBERT, !5 Church Street, opposite Postoffice. 89 to 91 Railroafl ATenne. MONARCH CALL AND SEE OUR '95 LINE. . Buckingham Clark 8 Jackson State The Place Where Patrons ARE ALWAYS SATISFIED WITH THEIR PURCHASES .. ., IS THE ' , ew Haven Window Shade Co's Establishment, 68, 70 and 72 Orange Street. FM Carpts, Mes, & Drapries. Mammoth Stock, Superb Selections, and Prices , that cannot fail to Please. . Special Attractions in the way of Summer Goods, Mattings, Chairs, Rugs, etc., etc. IClosed Saturdays at noon.J THE BEST By far the largest number of People in Nerw' Haven and neighboring towns have found out that ROOT'S BREAD Is Incomparably tlae 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 by him are TOO WELL KNOWN' to specify, but the thousands of consumers in this city and surrounding places can't get along without Root's Bread. Bakery at 859 Grand Avenue. Ask you Grocer for it and take no other. Label on every loaf.-. - StXefltcat. S SPECIALIST S IN all diseases of n chronio nature. In bot.U iiion and woraon. Twenty-live yours' ex pcrloneo, Viiror and Manliness quickly and perma nently restored. Ni)i'ut Losses and discharges of all kinds stopped and permanently ourtvl. Wonk memory, nervousness and kindred af feotions resulting from youthful .errors, quickly cured. Norvoiis complaints, blood poison and skin nffuotiona, kidney and bladder troubles, and nil PRIVATE DISEASES OF MN AND WO MEN; diseases nl the scalp and falllnir out of Hie hair positively cured. Suportluous hair removed. IMi. OI.MSTKII, 730 CHAPEL STKKET, COltf-STATE. Honrs-0 to 12, 2 till 5 and I to 9. au8 tf DR. GILL. KESIDENCE AND OFFICE, 548 Chapel Street. Hours 9 a. to. to 8 p. m.. week days only. , THE Doctor is noted as ftae only .Regular Physician and Surjieou in the .-state mak mir an olHce practice an Exclusive Spe cialty. , DU. OHib has had 28 years' extensive expe rience lu the Treatment aud Cure ot Fernale Difficulties and Chronic Complaints. Partlouiar attention given to that olass uf ailments requiring the services of the best aud lloctum, in either sex, from whatever cause. Nervous Debility and Seminal Weak ness speedily cured. All manner of Fits, Pa ralysis, Palsy, St. Vitus Danoe, Nervous Spasms, Diseases sof the Heart and Nerves, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Soiatica,Iilood and Skin Diseases oured. FEMALE COMPLAINTS. Dr. Gill ean be oonsulted on the most deli cate medical subjeot in the strlotest confi dence, and ladies, married or single, oan ba assured of honorable treatment and speedy Veiicf. ilAUKEN wotnon desiring offspring should consult the Doctor. Painful menstru ation cured. Board aud NurBe whon requir d. ThedootOr oures all female difficulties from whatever cause,' without pain, and in the quickest, safest way. Don't drus or delay, but see him at onoe. "The stltoli in time saves nine." .His improved h.rd rubber up-to-date Syringe for married ladies is a won der; prevents all difficulty. Is thoroughly cleansing, and cures weaknesses, ulceration, whit s, etc. Price $5; good for lifetime. 1 All letters containing stamp promptly an swered ; everything strictly confidential. Advice by letter ft 1.00: many cases success fully treated by mall. Terms moderate. Address DR. HENRY F. GILL. au31 ' NEW HAVEN, CONN. faiirls, (Oils, tc. STEEL WOOL. Scrub your floors with Stoel Shavings and keep them smooth and clean. For cleanlug Brass and Metals, Stoel Wool is unsurpassed, shows and sells itself. IISI? 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 usin g RUB ONLY WITH THE GRAIN, and if a particularly smooth surface is re quired, nse a little raw linse.d oil. Forsalo by THOMPSON & BELDEN, 396-398 State Street. BICYCLES. LIGHT RUNNING, WEIGHT 22 LBS. Agents 294 296 298 State sires BREAD. New York, Jfow Haven and Hartford 11. 11. June 10, 181(5. Trains Leave New Haven as Follows ?R NEW.yOUK-4:25, H.35, x6:0u.: St.' S:10, 8:30' 9:35' :30 a.m., 12:00, ' 1.-1- n """"-Vl -L.OO, , 2:30. 2:00 . a-ao vmr e.i 6:20. 5:30, 6:30, 7:30, 8:10. (; 6;- ,o:2. '5:30, 6:30, 7:10. 'SUO, (8:15.! r,"w accom.j, ,:io, 9:15 p.m. Sun- 2? s- 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- i:io, .i1:Bo p.m. (dally). BW via SPrtagfleW-l:10. xlO.10 ni:0B a.m., iM, 5:B2 p.m. Sun. days-l:io (night), 5:52 p.m. FOR BOSTON, via New London and Providence-'2:03. '2:25, ni:35 (parlor ??rJ Ji9 a'm- 12:05 2-5C 3:00, n.16. 4:55, 6:55 p.m. Sundays-2:03. 2:2S a. m '4:55, 6:55 p.m. FOR BOSTON" i 'a i- t i -k. & N. E. RR.-.4:57 p.m. Sundays-4:67 n rv-i ir?TMBRIDEN' HARTFORD. SPRINGFIEI.n irtni.in , 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 in-nc (night), 5:52, 8:25 (accom.) p. m. xavif .uuiNjJUJ DIVISION. ' For New Lnndnn otn....Ai Htu4. 2:25 (wght), 7:50, 9:30, 11:05, 11:35 (par' mriueaj a.m., 12:05, 2:50, 3:00. 3:05. 4:15. 4:R5 CIR .c.ci: n.nr r. u.iu, v.uo, ff.UU p.m. (trullford accom.) Sundays 2:03(night' ""S"w, i:ou a.m., 4:55, 6:55 p.m. AIR LINE DIVISION. . For Middletown,, Wllllmantlo, etc 8:03 a. m. 1:S0 il K7 e-nc c,. j -. , .vw if. in, ouiiuajrs 4:57 p. m. Connecting at Middletown with Valley Division and at Wllllman- uu wnu in. x, k im. e. and N. L. N. RRj at Turnerville with Colchester branch NORTHAMPTON DIVISION. For- Shelhurno TTall,, rr ' Williamsburg, Holyoke and New Hart. '' "u iiiLermeaiate stations 7:45, 11:04 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. For Northampton and polnta this side 5:55 p. m. BERKSHIRE DIVISION. , For Derby Junction 4:20 p.m. Fob Derby Junction, Birmingham, Ansonia, etc. 7:00. 9:40 a. m T..n 9 .97 j.on e.ok 7:50, .11:20 p.m. Sundays 8':10 a. in.. 8:30 p. m. ' , For Waterburv 7-nna-in a m i9-nn o.ot 5:35, 7:50 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m.. 6:15 T m ..In XT.. i . w .. . " 11. .u. intueaiucK junction.) For Winsted 7:00, 9:40 a. m., 2:27 5:35 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m. 'i'or Shelton, Botsford, Newtow'n.Dan bury, Plttsfleld, State Llne-9:40 a. m., 4:20 p. m. ' For Albany, Buffalo, Detroit, Clncln. natl, St. Louis, Chicago, and the West, via State Line 9:40 a. m., 4:20 p. m. For Litchfield and points oh S L. & N. RR. (via Hawleyville) 9:40 a. m.. 4:20 p. m. 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., OQ-DEN" ROUTE, Via OGDEN, UTAH SHASTA ROUTE, Via. PORTLAND, ORE. Tourist One-Way Excursions leave Bos ton every Wednesday for California, Tickets ROUND THE WOKL&. SUNSET LIMITED. The service of this train between New Or. leans and San Krantisco, via Sunset Itoute. will be resumed early in the Fall. Persons dci.iriii(r the boat that ean be ob ttiined will not fall to travel ou the "SUNSKr Limited.' Unequalled Service, Luxurious Equipment. For circular 'and ticket or freiarht rates ap ply to E.E. CUHRIE H, Ntw Eng. Agt, 9 State street, Boston. E. HAWLEY, A. G. T. M., ) 343 Broadwav op ' L. H. NUTTING, E. P. At. 1 1 BaSy PlaooT au!J " New York. New Haven Steamboat Co. RICHARD PECK nlghtVeS NeW Hvea (BeI'8 Dock) dally 13;1J Leaves New York (Pier 33 East river) 3-J1 p. in. daily. C. H. NORTHAM Leaves Ne Haven dalls, at 10:30 a. ra. Leaves New York daily, lltfj p. m. (Sunday excepred.) Saturdays nt 12 m'dniirht. FarcSl.OO; Exourslon tlokets. eood for ti days, S1.5Q. . . . Staterooms and tlokets for 'sale at Peok Bishop's 703 Chapel street, and at Mix's drug store, corner Chapel and Church streets. Through rates Riven and bills of ladlnU : sued to points West, South and Southwest. CHAKLE3 I. FRENCH, Ag-enC STARIN'S NKW HAVEN TRANS-. POKTATION LINE. Dailv Kxcet Saturday.. Str. JOHN H. STAB1N, Captata BffgiBiffTi iMcAUster.leavea NewHavenfrom ftiarin 8 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 leave New York from Pier 18, North River, at 9 p. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The E erton, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fare, loo; excursion tlokets, $1.35. stt rooms. 31.00. Tickets and staterooms for sals at J. M. Lines, jr.s' 851 Chapel street: Peok & Bishop, TU2 Chapel street: Tontine Hotel, and John MorBe, t& Center street. Free stage leaves the depot on arrival y. Hartford train, and front corner Churohati Chapelstreets every half hour.commencln 1. 8:3Up. m. ThrouKh freight rates given .11 1 bills of lading issued to points west3 lii and southwest. C. H. FISHER, Agent. Order your freight via Starin Line. ANCHOR LINE. United States Mail Steamships Sail t'rjia Tiew York Kvery Saturday lor GLASGOW via LOXUONIKKKf. Kates for Saloon Passage By S. 8. CITY OF KOME, SM and upward. Other Steamers. Cabin, 45and upward. Excursion Tickets at reduced rates. Second Cabin. t& and 30. Steerage. IS 1.5. Draft at Lowest Current Bates. For further information, apply to HENDERSON BROIHEKS, 7 Bowling Green, New York: or M. B. Nnwton. 86 Orange su, or Win. Fltzpatriek. fitii Grand ave., or Pec; it Bi.bop, ; Chapel street. New Haven.