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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, THURSDAY, JUNE It, 18.
IN T11K COURTS YESTERDAY Tw (Conn. Glothiug (Ccr C. E. LONGLEY & C Dlt. nillVTKX'S CASH .AGAiy.SV run noon tti.i; i:s ta ti; ros no v . Town of Wulliugroi'il Suoil for DainnROH Sl.TT.) Damages Awnrdod to V. J. Muel lerTo Contoiit Will of W. AV. Ward Jaqua'H Case Continued Asaln Other Court Notes. : The case of Dr. George. E. "Vhltton of lAubui-ndalo, Mass., formerly of this City, against the estate o the late Til ton E. Doollttle and John R. Leete, which was assigned for trial in the United States court yesterday, was postponed until next Friday at 2:30 p. m. at the request of W. II. Baker, counsel for the plaintiff. Superior Court Civil Side Juilgo l'ren tiee. The case of H. G. Arnold vs. the town Of Wallingford was heard yesterday in the superior court. The plaintiff was hurt by the fall of a telephone pole in Wallingford in 1S01 while driving along the highway, and brings suit to recover damcges for injuries thus re ceived. The plaintiff and TV. P. Harrison Were together and the pole struck them In the heads. Mr. Harrison was paid J2.400 damages by the town of AVal lingford for Injuries -which he received and Mr. Arnold brought suit. He lost lour teeth by the accident and claims that his spine was permanently in jured. Judge G. P. I'latt and Lawyer Hinman appear for him and ex-Judge Xi. M. Hubbard and O. H. D. Fowler of Wallingford and' Lawyer Warner of Norwalk appear for the town of Wal lingford. DAMAGES FOR MR. MUELLER. In the superior court yesterday morn ing Judge Prentice held a hearing in damages in the suit of F. J. Mueller of Meriden against S. J. Baumgarten, an agent of J. Ruppert & Co., the Brooklyn brewers. It is claimed that on July 12, 1888, the defendant, to satis fy a debt due the brewery came to Mueller's place at 41 Main street in Meriden and took out a quantity of goods valued at $1,200 which he sold at auction and went to Brooklyn with the proceeds. The suit was brought in 1S90 and de faulted In 1891. In court yesterday Judge G. P. Piatt of Meriden appeared for Baumgarten and William C. Muel ler for the plaintiff. At the conclusion-of the hearing Judge Prentice granted Mr. j Mueller damages amounting to $1,770, the full amount claimed. APPRAISERS' REPORT. The appraisers appointed by the su perior court to appraise the assets of the Barnes Manufacturing company filed their report in the superior court yesterday. The inventory shows the total valuation of the company's assets as $10,033.87. The book accounts amount to $1,700. Goods consigned, stock on hand, etc., $2,697.87, machinery, pat terns, tools, furniture, etc., $5,636. The appraisers are F. C. Cannon and E. E. Durant. Court of Common Pleas Criminal Side Jnde Hotclikiss. In the court of common pleas yester day morning th case of David Strouse vs. B. Fletcher & Co., was continued until Friday. Lawyer Strouse com plained to the defendants, who run the French beauty show, that they have annoyed him with the music of their hand organ, and he demanded that the style of music be changed or he should enjoin the show. The defendants re fused to modify the music and the law yer prayed out an injunction and stop ped the show. At the conclusion of the hearing yesterday morning Judge Hotchkiss said he would grant the in junction, but the managers of the "musee" promised to make less music, to get out of town to-night, and pay the costs of the Injunction proedinRS. This was satisfactory to Mr. Strouse and the injunction was not granted. Probate Court .Jndgo Cleavelanrl. '' In the probate court yesterday morn ing a hearing1 was held on the validity of the will of the late W. Wallace Ward of West Haven. Ex-Judge Samuel A. Tork and C. K. Bush, appeared in do tense of the will and ex-Judge Henry Btoddard and LouistH. Bristol for the contestants. Two witnesses, Henry ISutton and Mary A. Young, wore ex amined, and the case was then con tinued until Lottie E. Lamont. who iiursed the deceased during his last ill ness, can be secured as a witness. No material testimony was brought out at yesterday's hearing. It appeared from the examination of Mrs. Young and Henry Sutton that Mr. Ward made two wills on Hie same day. The one offered for probate was made on February 14, 1805. It was executed at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. "Three hours previously, at 1 o'clock, jlj. Ward made another will. It was testified yesterday morning that the first will did not differ from the second except that C. K. Bush was not named p.s executor. The estate amounts to $50,000. No mention was made in the will of his brother, George W. Ward of Staten Isl and; of his nephew, Adrian C. Heitman, FGRAY H AIR V COLOtK Props HAIR tXMINO OCT. Frccw bead irom and r.reWntntlandruif ; ii CTy. gradually rastoro tl.e liair ioon-'inal natural color; elegant. tmicilre9Sine:Mc., $1 00 At. Retail or Wholesale tlruesmts. Fancy Goods Ptoro HairDre.5erp.orpreiAi(t by exprosson receipt ol price, E. S. WELLS. Jersey City. X. J. EAURELLE OIL BALM I i-i.r th roiDDlexion. Pimples. Flesh Warms, E , Re1 Nose, Cbaps, Roush Skin ; presents Em tendency to Wrinkles, ageing, willtering or crying up of the skin. CLEARS OiJT Water Bugs, Roaches, Bed bug?, flies, ants, rootle, rats, mice, sparrows, jack rablms. siuhtpR ciphers, l.v. XK)TJGH-HJ -"- Omrt. Attentive, safe m m r EADACHE Tablets, 15--. nnvk aitjunivM Kat---M-rftliol. Ar Gruc- fi&g OtlJ uiL E. S. Wilis, Jersey City, 5. J. -CftAPEL STREETS Our Bargains in Men's and Youth's Suits HAVE TAKEN THE TOWN BY STORM, NOT A GENUINE CY CLONE , NOT EXACTLY AS "WINDY AS THAT, BUT A GALE THAT HAS ACCELERATED BU SINESS IN OUR STORE TO SUCH AN EXTENT THAT WE HAVE AT TIMES BEEN REMINDED OF THE BUSY DAYS OF '92 AND '93. THESE INCOMPARABLE BAR GAINS CANNOT LAST LONG. They're Too Good for That THOSE MEN'S SUITS WE ARE SELLING FOR .50 ARE THE MOST WONDERFUL BAR GAINS EVER SHOWN. THEY COMPRISE SUCH A WIDE RANGE OF COLORS AND FAB RICS, EViERY SUIT WARRANT ED ALL WOOL, AND WORTH TWELVE DOLLARS THAT EV ERYONE IN NEED OF A SUB STANTIAL WEAR RESISTING BUSINESS SUIT CAN FIND JUST WHAT HE WANTS IN THE AS SORTMENT. GREAT REDUCTION IN OUR Children's Department. ALL THOSE BEAUTIFUL 75c WASH ABLE SlTITS THAT WE HAVE BEEN SELLING FOR FIFTY CENTS HAVE BEEN REDUCED TO 38 cents. ABOUT TWO HUNDRED SUITS LEFT, SIZES 3 to 10. ificticut G! New Haven's Leading Clothiers, 813-815-817 Chaps! Street. New Haven, Conn. SOL. MYERS. Maimer. the clerk of the West Haven borough, or of Josephine Whitman and M. Fred ericka Coe, a niece. Counsel for the litigants refused to state who they appeared for. When asked that question Judge Stoddard in formed Judge Cleaveland that he repre sented several relatives. Nor are the grounds stated upon which such contest is based, though it is claimed the litigants will attempt to show that the testator was of unsound mind at the time of making the will. Court 'otc. In the city court yesterday morning the case of Fred G. Jaqua, aged sixteen years, who was arrested some time ago for assault on Mrs. Irving Fisher, was continued until July 31. The boy ap peared with his parents, as he has been released from jail on $u00 bonds. The father has promised to get the boy em ployment and keep him off the street. The case xvas continued under bonds, and Judge Cable said that if the boy appeared to be behaving himself when the time for the continuance is up he would let him go. DAMAGE SUIT AGAINST C. H. WEBB. Colonel Timothy F. Callahan, counsel for James Hart, brought a suit yester day to recover Jo.000 in damages in each of two cases' against Charles II. Webb of this city. Hart is the father of the late William Henry Hart, a child who was killed on April 25, as alleged, by the falling: upon him of a gate on the defendant's premises on Little Orange street. SUED FOR COUNSEL FEES. Judge Lyman E. Munson has brought suit against Henry B. Leete of Gulirord for $100 for fees as legal adviser. Depu ty Sheriff Kirck served papers on Mr. Leete in Guilford. SCOTT HELD FOR TRIAL. Frank B. Scott, an eccentric fellow, who raised a disturbance at FreseniU3" brewery Tuesday, was held until Fri day in the city court yesterday by Judge Studley. GRAY HELD UNDER BONDS. William Gray, jr., of West Haven, charged with the theft of a J25 gold watch and $4 in money from William Kelly was in the city court yesterday morning. He was held under $500 bonds for trial Saturday. AT satis nnc-K. The Coming Great Pyrotechnic Exhlbi tion. To those who cannot leave the city to spend their vacation at some seashore the great pyrotechnist Pain is a wel come visitor. During the week of June 22 New Ha ven will enjoy a week of pyrotechnic splendor in Pain's latest Manhattan Beach spectacle, "War Between China and Japan." The recent engagement in battle between the two nations is fresh in the memory of our readers, which no doubt will excite public in terest. China and Japan comes here stamped with approval by New York's amusement-going public who have seen it at Manhattan Beach, the home of Pain's original productions. It is here Mr. Pain first introduces his latei-t spectacles, and if met with favor by his critical ratrons the exhibition is sent on the road the season following WE'RE HAVING THE BEST JUNE BUSINESS ON RECORD. This Does Not Surprise Us, Clothing Men's Suits. 1 50 ALL WOOL INDIGO BLUE Cheviot Suits, color warranted, sizes 31 to 44, $10 quality, we shall sell at $5.00 a suit. MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS, BALANCE Of lines that have sold for $10, we have consolidated Into one lot and shall sell them for $5.00 a suit. WE SHALL SELL SEVERAL LOTS Of $10 and $12 Suits, including a large lot of the celebrated Broad brook Mills Dark Cheviot Suits, at $6.50 a suit. FOUR STYLES NOVELTY LIGHT Cheviot Seits; goods are the cele brated Georges River Fancy Che viots which are so well known for their good wearing qualities; a $15 Suit, we shall sell at $7.75 a suit. C. E. LONGLEY & CO, 101-103-105 Church Street, New Haven. voi.i's is hie vi.avi: For Kvpryone to Tnko In After the. Ills Circus. After the circus, where? is the ques tion that many amusement seekers will be asking themselves to-day. A simple and natural answer is, Poli's Wonder land theater. There is a show at this theater this week that every one can ilnd pleasure in witnessing. Every act has features of particular interest that make it attractive, and the whole makes an exceptionally entertaining bill. Pat Reiily, the eminent star who heads the bill, enjoys a reputation that is national, and he is admitted to be one of the cleverest specialty artists on the American stage. The college boys, Al burtus and Bartram, give a most phe nomenal exhibition of club swinging and Juggling, and their act is a decided ly pretty and picturesque one. Oth r clever ones are Mr. Ouyer and Miss Goodwin, the Metropolitan Three, Mr. Baker and Miss Randall, Mile. Flora, Miss Emma Carus, and t lie Misses Mel rose and Elmar. It Is a combination that is not often gotten together, and fully as good as any of the star travel ing companies. . ir. :. i, prt'lal Meeting of King's In lighters. The final rublic meeting of the Miz- pah circle of King's Daughters will he held Thursday evening, June 11, at 8 o'clock, at 508 Chapel street. The subject of the meeting will he "Consecration," and the addresses will be by Miss Howell, a volunteer for for eign missions, and Mr. Williams, pres ident of the College Student Volunteer band. All members of other circles, as well as all other young women, are earnest ly invited to be present and to bring their friends. Attempted Train-Wrorlthig. Eimira, N. Y., June 10. An attempt was made last right to wreck the fast ! Delaware, Lackawanna and Western railroad passenger train near Blood's, fifty miles west of this city. A num ber of ties were placed across the east bound track. The engineer of a fast west-bound freight discovered the tics and notified the engineer nf the passen ger train as the two tialns passed. Tho place is a lonely one. and a similar at tempt at train-wrecking was made there several years ago. Feel Clean as well as be clean, and you'll have the reward of your good efforts. After a bath use oWcier The sensation is delightful, and it promotes healthy action of the pores of the skin, preventing excessive perspiration in armpits. The Comfort Powder Co., J5C and 50c . Hartford, Ct. a box. All Druggists sell it. The Harcelona Itomb Thrower. Barcelona, June 10. The police have ascertained that the name of the man who threw the bomb into the religious procession last Sunday, causing the death of about a dozen persons, is Changer. He is an agent for an an archist club. A number of similar bombs have been discovered in the out skirts of. this city, and it is believed here that some of the persons arrested on the charge of complicity in the out rage are connected with the Cuban in surgents. The merchants on the lower end of State street were well pleased with the police service yesterday by the efficient work of Officer Gilligan, who gave the hoboes just five minutes to leave town. ipmiort f for Values Such as We Trade. Your Special Men's Suits. LARGE LINES OF MEN'S AND Young Men's Fancy Cheviot, Cassl niere, Worsted and Serge Suits. A large variety of new and desirable patterns. Regular $15 Suits. We shall close the entire lot at $8.50 a suit. INDIGO BLUE ENGLISH SERGE Suits, Sizes 34 to 4S, in Stouts, Longs and Regulars, $15 quality. We shall close at $8.50 a suit. SEVERAL NEW LOTS OF FINE Suits, Imported Fancy Cheviots and Covert Cloth patterns, as handsome Suits as anyone could wish to wear made to sell for $18 and $20. We shall sell them for $10.00 a suit. C. E. LOIGLEI k 101-103-105 Church Street, New Haven. tfttvnttttrs, Xt. ON FURNITURE and CARPETS, Where to liny nnl Why. t HAT von tmv denenils lai-Kclv on what V you see, upon the statements of the salesman, tout your own tnste. It is impor tant you buy whiM'o assortment Is larjre, where stock "is new, where prices are low, an x ffooita reliable. Kveryone knows thai for two inonttis wo held the trreateat dissolution sale in New Ha ven, did It to convert uooils into ensh, to settle up old llrm's affairs, to close out at any price every pieeo of old s!"Ck we had, n that tun now tlfin could start with new goods. (Jur stock to-day is the freshest and latest in New Haven, t fin larirest we ever carried, and offered at the lowest price- sold In tula cit v. We can do this and make a small profit. Then, therefore, the -place to buy, and buy to the best advantage, is at 8, 10, 12 Church Street We Were First to introduce the art of fit ting lenses to eyes in New Haven. Ought to know best how to do it, don't you think ? Let's see your eyes, and Glasses if they bother you. C.J. Moirssoe, alr.,(& Co,, 86 1 Chapel St. The Supply Center for macnificent Wedding Gifts in Diamonds. Watches, Cut Glass, Sterling Silver and Gold, Clock and Watch Repairers. This is a Small List OF THE Many Hies Things We Havs For Wedding Presents At reasonable prices in Storlinjr Silver : IIu! tor Knivos, Km it Korks, Cold Mini Forka, Nnpkm Kings, Oins, T- n su a: nr rsf Sutras Spoonn, Oninuc Spoons, Tea Spoons, l!"rry Spoona, T)t-asrrt Spoong, Table Spoons, salts an J lVpjrern. rorKs, ladlcsum! CliecPO Scoops. Call at DGBANrs, 55 Church street, and sec them. Fine Cat Glass. NEW DESIGNS IN CUTTING. NEW STYLES AND SHAPES. Proper for Wedding Gifts. Also a fine line in Sterling Silver. SAMUEL H. KIRB Y, 822 Chapel Street. Store will he closed all day Saturday, May 30th, Decoration Day. ONCE MORE in harmony with tho world, 20OO roraolefelY cured men aro vv Eicsiug happy praises for the greatest, grand est and most, s!C cessful cure for sex ual weakness and lo.-t. viiTor known to medical science Aa laceountof thist;ou drrful tiisroivry, in book form, with ref erences and proofs, will be sent to suf fering men (sealed) tree. Fall manly vistor permanently restored. Failure Impossible, ERIE MEDICAL C0.,BUFFAL0,N.Y. MANLY VIGOR Ill mm Are Offering at This Time Attention is Called to the Following Extraordinary Bargains. BICYCLE SUITS, $5.00, $3.50, $7.50, $8.59 and $10 BICYCLE PANTS, $2.50, S3.00, $3.50 and S4.00. GOLF SUITS, $7.50, $8.50 and $10. The Bicycle and Golf Suits that we carry in stock are made by The Boston Tatent Pants Co., Boston, who make the best fitting and most comfortable suits that are made in this country. G E. k 101-103-105 Church Street, New Haven. pitsceUancotts. LET THEM ROMP and play and have fun while they're young. Get them these crenuine welt shoes. Not a tack or a thread to torture the feet. Prices are no more than ordinary machine-made footwear. For children, sizes 8 to 10J3, $1.25. For children, sizes 5 to 8, $1.00. For misses, sizes n to 2, $1.65. Parents are invited to investi gate these comfortable shoes. A. B. GREENWOOD, 773 Chapel St. Store closed evenings except Monday and Saturday. Have You Seen !the jfw Pozzoni Puff Box? free with each box of Powder. It is given j Alr for it. PKROPTORY SAMS. WE luivo for snle a first-nltvw livery busi np.s t hiit tn tlu'SP hurd tirm-a is pay ing a lnrvo net. profit Tho property consists of hot-sea, hai'ks, oarrlaurs and nil that per tains to a ftrst-oluss pitying 1 ivory business, im lu'1in'-r tho Umi and barns i.ucupiod hy tho natiip, It Tnust bo soiii to olosn nn otatH: niso ho dwolliriir houso and lot alioininx will be sold soparato or tom-thcr. MKLIWIN'S REAL ESTATE OFFICE, jf8 tf Chapel street. We Are Not Trying to tell you in a newspaper "ad" a lot of stuff that you don't want to know. What you DO want to know is this : If you are thinking about Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloth or Curtains, our store is where you can get the best articles for the least money. ffswHaven WiaiowSliaaa Go 68, 70, 7a Orango Street. OPEN SATURDAY EVEXIXGS. Havo Never Been Attempted in the History of the Boys' Suits. BOYS' WASH SUITS, AGES 3 TO 10, Marked down to 47c a suit. They are made with large sailor col lars. A cord and whistle with every suit. 100 CHILDREN'S WASH SUITS, Same sizes as the above lot, marked down to 75c a suit. 75 WASH SUITS SAME SIZES, 3 to 10 years, at 35c a suit. 250 CHILDREN'S WASH SUITS AT $1.37, $1.65, $1.95 and $'2.25. "We undoubtedly have the greatest line of Children's Suits ever jOiown in Connecticut, and we have made prices to sell them rapidly. C. E. LONGLEY k 101-103-105 Church Street, New Haven. TvitucHcvs' Hide. STAKIN'S NliW IIAVISN XKANS POKTATIOX LINK. Dailv Exroot Saturday. str. v jvi. u. Miiinxun, uiprain MeAllster. leaves Sow Harim trom Sturm's Pier, foot, of Bl own streot, ut 10:15 p. 111. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thurs days. Str. KKASTUS CORNING, Captain 8poor, Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. The hgcrton leaves New York from Pior 18, North ltiver, at 9 p, m. Mondays, Weduesdaya and Fridays. Ttan Corning, Sudnys, Tues days and Thursdays. are, 7 "; excursion tickets, $1.25. Ptate roonis, $1,110. Tickets ii'irt staterooms for sale at J. M. Lines, Jr.'s, 851 Cnapcl street; Peck & Bishop, TOi Cliapel slroel; Toutino Hotel, and John Morse. (10 Center si reet. Freo stiigo loaves the depot on arrival of Hartford train, and from corner of Churolt and Cliapel stroels every halt hour, cornm 'nc inj at 8:30 p.m. Through freight rates (riven and bills .of lading issued io points west, south and southwest. C. 11.. FISIlEtt, Ajfcut. Order your freight via Slarin Lino. ANCHOR- LINE! United Slates Mall Steamsliips Sail from JJow York every Saturday for GLASGOW VIA LONDONDERRY. ltat cs tor Saloon Passage By S. S. ClTVOl'' HOiviK, SHOO and upward. Second Cabin, 40, Steerage, 8'!5.51. Other Steamers, Cabin, SO and upward. Second Cabin, 930 and SII5. Steerage, SJM.flO. Drafts at Lowest Current Rates. For further information, apply to HENDEUSON BHOTHHKS, 7 llowllmr Green, New York; or M. 11. Newton, Stl Orange St., or Win. Fltzpat rick, tifl7 Grand live,, or Peck & Bishop, 702 Chapel St.. New Haven. ap3 3m DR. GILL, 548 Chapel st., NTcw Haven, OFFICE HOU'tS, 10 to 13 am.;:! to 5 and 7 to 8 n.m: wcok dnvs only. The doctor makes Ol'l-lCli HtACTICKan UXC1.U-IVK SPEC IALTY. He has had 30 years gnccesnfut cx-(iei-inee, and thousands of both sexes can tostifv to hH remarkable skill and grout abil ty. Ho lias made the Kim City his permanent home, therefore purchased a residence and other property, so t.uit his extensive client ele all over the stite can depend on finding t ho doctor always at home. He will continue to jrtve particular attention to that class of ailmonts rc'iiilriiur tho services of the best surulc.il sum ana experience. Kciiki'.o Complaints. Dr. Olll can bo consulted on tho most deli cate ine(lle;il suli.lect tn tho strictest confi dence, nod ladies married or shi'tie, can lio assured of honorahlo treatment and speedy re. iof. llarrea women dcsirinjr offspring should eonsii.t the doctor. Painful or re tarded incest ruatlon promptly relieved. Hoard and uurso whoa required.- Torm3 moderate. Part es writing for terms or advice must u-lve lull name and enclose stamp. Oltioe lee SI. Cut this out for future reference. DIARIES Of All Kinds for 1896 AT JOHN R. REMBERT'S, 24 Crown Street. d31 eod tf "phentijr'fl EnffUfth ifiamun4 ISranrt. XRNVRGYAL ILL Original ami nly vcnuloe iy Genuine A e. ladies as re Eaqlitb Tia-$f (X VvA Druclst for Chichtster 'Z.-iaufi lirnnd in itpd and (rn 4 Relic? for A P Mall. !',' ; ObirLe-tcrCiiC tnuipt it psrncuiiir, tr-siimonisis ana ,'f0 Tc:imoniilK. ,Vw Fvvtr ,ciuiealCa.,jLinc:oii Nquai Gas Bios ill Stores FOR COOKING. UncquaLed for use in SUMMER. Gcaner and safer than Olb. Quicker and more efficient than COAI,. Sold, set up and warranted at Br The New Hayen Gaslight Co. No. SO CltOWM STHEEI. Boys' Suits. 200 BOYS' ALL WOOL SUITS, MADE With double-breasted Jacket, Trou-' sers with double seat and knees, and elastic waist band, sizes 6 to 16 years. Suits that sell everywhere at $5. We shall sell for $2.50 a suit. 150 BOYS' FINE QUALITY ALL Wool Blue Serge and Fancy Che viot Knee Trouser Suits, with double-breasted Jackets. Trousers with double seat and knees and elastic waistband. These sult3 were made to sell for $6.50. We shall sell them for $3.50 a suit. DUCK TROUSERS. Entire stock of one of the best mak ers at prices 25 per cent, less than the regular price. 100 PAIR FINE DUCK TROUSERS Made in first-class manner; regular price $1.00. We shall sell at 75c a pair. 200 PAIR FINE WHITE DUCK Trousers. The regular $1.50 grade we shall sell at C. E. LONGLEY k CO., 101-103-105 Church Street, New Haven. Kow York, New Haven and Hartford R. E. April 18, 1S06. FOR NEW YORK 4:05, 4:50, x6:00, 7:30, 8:10, 8:30, 9:35. xl0:30 a.m., 12:00, 12:05, 1:30 (parlor car limited), 1:35, 1:45, 2:30, 3:00, 3:30, 3:52, x4:20, 5:30, 6:35, 6:30, "7:10, 8:10, (8:15 Bridgeport ac com.), 9:10, 9:15 p. rn. Sundays 4:05 4:50, 8:00 a. m., x5:00, x6:15, 7:10, 8:10, 8:15, 9:10 p. m. FOR WASHINGTON via Harlem River 1:05, 11:60 p. m. (daily.) FOR BOSTON via Springfield 1:10, xl0:10, 11:05 a.m., 1:05, 1:44, 5:52 p.m. Sundays 1:10 (night), 5:52 p. in. FOR BOSTON via New London and Providence 2.10, 2:20, 11:35 (parlor car limited) a. m., 12:05, 3:00, 4:20, 4:55, 6:55 p. m. Sunday s 2 :10. 2:20. a. m., 4:55, 6:55 p. m. FOR MERIDEN, HARTFORD, SPRINGFIKLD, Etc. 1:10 (night), 6:40, 8:00, xl0:10, 11:05 a. m., 12:06, l;05r 1:44 (first stoo Hartford), 3:15. 5:00, 5:52, (6:15 to Hartford), 8:05, 10:05 p. m. Sundays 1:10 (night), 5:52, 8:25 (ac commodation) p. m. NEW LONDON DIVISION For New London, etc. 2:10, (night), 2:20 (night), 7.50, 11:05, U:35, (parlor car, limited), a. m., 12:05, 3.00, 3:05,' 4:20. 4:55, 5:15, 6:15 (Guilford ace), 0:55 p. m., 11:15 (Guilford ace). Sun Sundays 2:10 (night), 2:20 (night)," 4:55, 6:55 p. m. AIR LINE DIVISION For Middletown, Willimantio, etc.- 7:45 a. m., 2:10, 6:05 p. m. Sundays 7:15 t. m. Connecting at Middletown with Valley Division arid at Williman tio with the N. E. R. R. and N. L. N. R. R.; at Turnerville at Colchester branch. NORTHAMPTON DIVISION For Shelburne Falls, Turner's Falls, Williamsburg, Holyoke and New Hart ford and intermediate stations 7:45 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. lt For Farmington and New HartforiJ and points this side 7:45 a. m., 12:04, 4:00, 5:55 "p. m. BERKSHIRE DIVISION. For Derby Junction, Birmingham, Ansonia, etc. 7:00, 9:40 a. m., 12:00, 2:27, 4:20, 5:35, 7:50, 11:20 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 8:30 p. m. For Waterbury 7:00, 9:40 a. m., 12:00, 2:27, 5:35, 7:50 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 6:15 p. in. (via Naugatuck Junction.) For Winsted 7:00, 9:40 a. m., 2:27. 5:35 p.m. Sundays 8:10 a. m. For Shelton, Botsford, Newtown, Dan bury, Pittsfield, State Line 9:40 a. m., 4:20 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 S., L. & N. R. R. 9:40 a. m. (via Derby Junc tion), 4:20 p. m. (via Derby Junction). Express Trains. xLocal Express. C. T. HEMPSTEAD, General Passenger Agent. New Haven Steamboat Co. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Steamers from New Haven leave week days Belle Dock. Old Line Pier, C. !!. KOKTHAM 10: 10 a. m. and RICHAltD PUCK 13:30 mld niirlit ; Sundays 3 p. tn. and 12:3!) inidniirht. Steamers from .New York leave week days Piers 35 and 36 East Hiver. HfCHARD PECK 3 -(. in. and C. rl. NORTH AM ti nddaigttt ; Bunuay :. a. m. anu i- miuuiKiii. Fare 81.00. Excursion tickets, (tool far 15 days, 1.50. Special Sunday excursion rate. ol-iJKt- 1 Statsroom and tickets tor sals at Paotc & Tiirnnrva 7ui ChaDel street, and at Mlz'i drrn: store, corner Chapel ami Uhuroa streets., Tlirousrh rates gtTeo and bills ot ladlnji ifEucd to points West, South and Souta-. vraac. Chas. I. French, Agent. - CALIFORNIA VIA n i I nn Ihn Hi! liiBOis leoirai nn urn FIRST-CLASS SERVICE. It will pr.7 you to call on or address! the undersigned, before purchasing your tickets. ! C. A. KJbOKEXCE, General A?eat, 211 WASHINGTON STREET, JalVd&wlf BOSTON, MASS.