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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER, SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1890.
' Mr. Charles Gerner, jr., son of ox-Alderman (Jimer, a prominent Eighth .ward citizen and property owner, and brother o Mr. George P. Uerner, the iwoll known grocer on State street, left yesterday lor St. Louis, Mo. lie will tsee the republican convention through und then go out to his ilugstone quarry on his farm about sixty miles from St. Louis. He lias an excellent offer for the. property which he has under con sideration. Nathan Rheimstrom of Landers, Fre mont county, Wyoming, is in town for a few days. He is stopping at the Westmoreland. He has resided in Lan ders and at the Shoshone Indian agen cy for tho last four years, and has been government storekeeper and teacher of the Indian public school at Shoshone agency. Mrs. Cowell of Homo place, widow of the late David Cowell, is spending the Bummer at Short Beach in the Allen cottage at Rocky Point. Two of her daughters arc with her for the sum mer, the eldest and Mrs. Paseual. Mr. H. A. Blunt of 470 Vinthrop ave nue, and family, have gone to Short Beach for a stay. Congressman N. D. Sparry and ';vife returned . from Washington on the Washington express yesterday. Charles and Tom Pratt, formerly of this city, were in town yesterday. Bishop Williams administered the sacrament of confirmation last evening In Christ church, Broadway, at tho 7:30 service. Francis G. Beach, jr., son of Post master Beach, while playing ball the other, day stumbled and was thrown violently to the ground, breaking his collar bone. He was taken to his home. Iocketbools Ooiio. Middletown, June 12. Two women had their pocketbooks stolen during the circus parade here this morning. One purse contained $3.15 and the other con tained $4. A peculiar incident was con nected with one of the thefts. The wo man who lost the purse containing the larger sum siezed hold of a man near her and began screaming for assist ance. The man tried to persuade her that he was not the guilty party, but the woman was stubborn. Finally he pulled out a roll of bills disgustedly and asked her how much money there was in the book. She snapped back that it contained $4, whereupon the man counted out the money and returned the roll to his pocket. He said it was iworth that amount to get rid of the ;ivoman, although he did not take the purse. This action leaves the people In doubt as to the man's guilt cr inno cence. At "Wesleyan. ' Middletown, June 12 President Ray mond of Wesleyan university returned to-night from Baltimore. He was im mediately asked about the reported ac quisition of Professor James Taft Hat Sield of the chair of German at the Northwestern university, for the same fchair at Wesleyan. He said that ne gotiations had been opened with Pro fessor Hatfield, but that they were not jyet concluded. Official Certificates. Quis custodiet ipsos custodes in oth er words, "Who shall inspect the in spectors?" In the loose system of tes timonializing and certifying, to which so many public announcements bear frequent testimony, the Apollinaris company are entitled to praise for hav ing solved this question for "Apenta," which they are now introducing as the best natural aperient water, by placing the springs of this natural Hungariaa water under the absolute control of the Eoyal Hungarian Chemical Institute Ministry of Agriculture), Buda Pest. !The Lancet, to which this water has teen submitted, especially recommends It as having "a constant composition, so that "definite quantities give defi nite results." The British Medical Journal describes it as "agreeable to the palate," and "exceptionally efflca eious." The Medical Press and Cireu Jar recognizes that it is "unique lamongst strong purgative waters," and considers it "specially marked out for the treatment of gouty patients." The (Hospital endorses it as "the finest femongst natural aperient waters known." Other leading medical papers are equally warm in their discrimina ting approval of tho constancy and effi ciency of this aperient water, which 'requires only to be known to be ex tensively prescribed." A new depar ture, which is already Wghly apprecia ted, is that of the new quarter-bottle jwhich the Apollinaris company is in troducing, price ten cents, which brings the water within reach of the most eco nomical, and in a convenient form for the bachelor, the tourist and the trav eler. We don't beg for trade; we compel It. No one can turn a deaf ear to the music of the prices at Oak Hall's Col ossal Clothing sale. Boys' sailor suits 83c, worth $1.75. ' Little to pay, lots to save, if you buy &t Oak Hall's Colossal Clothing sale. CLEARS Ol'T Bed Bugs, Flies, Cockroaches, Ants, Beetles, Waterbugs, Insects, Rats, Mice, &c, 15 c. Druggists. Also Rough on Corn Salve and Plasters. on WORMS -will exrel worms in a tew hours, iiice to take. In tablet and liquid form. 25c. E. S. Wells, Jersey City, X. J. ROUGH on HETE quick, effective, safe relief. At Druggists or by mail. E. S. Wkils. Jersey City. N. .1. peps 'A'.hc (fouu. (Slotliintj (o 8I3-8I5-817 CrtAPEL STREETS IF SILVER WAS WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD. AND WOULD ALWAYS REMAIN SO, HOW EASILY THE NATION'S FINANCIAL QUES TION COULD BE SOLVED. THE PRICE OF ALL COMMODI TIES EXCEPTING GOLD IS DE TERMINED BY THE RULE OF SUPPLY' AND DEMAND. IT FOLLOWS, THEN, THAT IF THE DEMAND IS NOT EQUAL TO THE SUPPLY, PRICES MUST DROP. THE CLOTHING BUSINESS HAS HAD AN EMPHATIC ILLUS TRATION OF THIS INDISPUT ABLE FACT THIS S MASON, AND WITH US THE DROP HAS BEEN SO HEAVY THAT THE SOUND OF THE FALL HAS . BEEN HEARD ALL OVER SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT. WE NEVER HAVE SOLD CLOTH ING SO CHEAP BEFORE, AND WE SINCERELY TRUST WE NEVER WILL BE COMPELLED TO AGAIN. EVERY GARMENT IN OUR STORE IS A BARGAIN FROM THE SPLENDID ALL-WOOL MEN'S SUITS WE ARE SELLING FOR FOUR DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS TO THE FT " TAILOR MADE BUSINESS AND DRESS SUITS WE ARE GIVING AWAY FOR NINE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS. Children's Department. ABOUT 200 CHILDREN'S WASH ABLE SUITS, WORTH 75 CENTS, REDUCED TO 38 CENTS. CnDcit Cliii Co, New Haven's Leading Clothiers, 813-815-817 Chape! Strut New Haven, Conn. SOL. MYERS, Marnier. Coastwise News of I.oral and State Inter est, Philadelphia, June 12. Arrived Schooners Timothy Field, Franklin; Cornelia Soule, Vineyard Haven; Lottie Beard, New Bedford; Twilight, Bridge port; Governor Ames, Providence; Za cheus Sherman, New Haven; Wm. D. Marvel, Oroton; George E. Prescott, Vlnal Haven; Oliver Ames, New Lon don. Cleared Schooners Colin C. Bak er, Lynn; Henry L. Whiton, Boston; Edwin R. Hunt, Bath; Charles A. Briggs, Salem; John B. Carrington, Nor wich; David P. Davis, Portsmouth. r.KASFonn's mtKi: i rriKAicr. Dedication of Titackstnno Library Next "Wednesday Tho Vroprram. Branford, June 12. The program of exercises to be observed at the dedi cation of the handsome new Blackstone Memorial library here next Wednesday has been arranged. The exercises will be in the open air on the grounds of the Library asoseiation. The program opens with a song by the school chil dren at 9:30, which will he followed by an address by Rev. M. K. Bailey, as sistant roeor of Grace church, New York, but formerlyfLIrlity church of Branford. K. F. Jones, president of the Library association, will also address the meeting. Timothy Dwight, presi dent of Yale university, will offer prayer. The Carol club will then sing a selection, after which Judge Lynde Harrison of Guilford will rend a mono graph on Captain James Blackstone The principal oration of the day will be by Professor Arthur Hartley of Yale university on "The Value of a Library as an Educator." The benediction will be pronounced by President Dwight After the exercises the library will be opened for inspection. A banquet will be served to the invited guests in the basement, C. A. Bradley of New Ha ven catering, and in the evening there will be a grand illumination. J. JiETTKl! VEEL1XG In New York Financial Circles. New York, June 12. There was more hopeful feeling in financial circles down town to-day, based, it was gen erally said, on the belief that a better money platform would be adopted at St. Louis than had generally been ex pected. The tact, too, that congress had adjourned also helped to make people more cheerful. With regard to the expectations about the St. Louis platform it was said that some of the leaders in the republican party had at last realized that if they wished the party to succeed they must adopt a money plank about which there could be no doubt, no suggestion of the pos sibility of a straddle. Mr. Morgan's outspoken oninion on this subject yes terday had done much, it was said to quicken the thoughts of the gentle men who are supposed to be getting the political machine at St. Louis ready for work and laying down the lines for the platform. An indication of the better feeling prevailing in financial circles to day was the fact that bankers were able to put out some large amounts of money on call at 2 per cent., something they had not been able to do for some days. That was regarded by many as the most significant feature of the money market to-day. WE'RE HAVING THE BEST JUNE BUSINESS ON RECORD. This Does Not Surprise Us, for Values Such as We Are Offering at This Time Have Never Been Attempted in the History of tho Clothing Trade. Your Special Attention is Called to the Following Extraordinary Bargains. Men's Suits. I 50 ALL WOOL INDIGO BLUE Cheviot Suits, color warranted, sizes 34 to 44, $10 quality, we shall sell at $5.00 a suit. MEN'S ALL WOOL SUITS, BALANCE Of lilies 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 NoN'ELTY LIGHT Cheviot Suits; 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: & 101-103-105 Church Street, New Haven. Chlrbentrr' Enell.ti Diamond Itrand. ENNYRQYAL PILLS SAFE, always reiiftbln. laoiis a fl limits fur' CM-Urrcr Enyhth '-ffA mil tiraiut lit ('U nnn uwn ninaiim N'WtT Itoxi:i, sealed Willi hlue nlibuu. inke f i airt imtUttiom. At urutfuiar, or sran r. in slumps fur particulars, U'nimtminW auJ 'Utile! Tor l,am. in mif r, u; muni Muil. 10,000 Ti' iiiiionitli. Xamn riprr. hllit'iitt,hejiitculto.1attdiMnMiiai,ii NoM by all Local ITuhmijui. I'hllBdfc, I fc AN EVERY DAY NEED. No. 2, $6.79 No. 3, $7.49 No. 4. $8.89 j No. 5, $10.75 No. 6, $14.50 Hardwood Refrigerators. A large stock makes it necessary to sacrifice. 20 per cent. Discount from Regular Prices this week only. Gasoline Stoves at your own figure. Oil Stoves Must go. Prices are low enough. HENRI H, GUERNSEY, 6 Church Street Open Every Evening. TELEPHONE 1S9-3. German or Golden, True Southern Hungarian. 3V1 Mrwws. MB. j Seedsman mat 1W Ml W (1ST Japanese, Silver Hull, Common Gray. Don't Forget the Low Prices on Watering Pots. See exhibit on north of store. C. E. L0NGLEY Men's Suits. LARGE LINES OF MEN'S AND Young Men's Fancy Cheviot, Cassl mere, Worsted and Serge Suits. A large variety of new and desirable patterns. Regular $13 Suits. We shall close the entire lot at $8.50 a INDIGO BLUE ENGLISH PERCE 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. G. E, 101-103-105 Church Street, New Haven. Reduced Price. I have decided to sell at a reduced price all this season's Trimmed Hat. and Bonnets remaining in my store Some of those are beautiful in design and worth much more than the price asked. They will not remain long. MRS. K. Pv. MULLOY, 175) Orange Street, cor. Court street . SAFETY. ' Here's a 5 a shoe for railroad It is called " P.eale's Safety Railroad Con If a man's foot gets folks. Patent gl'CSS." caucrht in a frog, it matters little, because lie can withdraw it from his shoe in an instant. The shoe is gored all around the top, so that the foot slips out easily. No railroad man should wear anything else. lie is safe with these shoes on his feet. He is in danger without. $2.00 a pair. A pretty low price for safety. A. B. GREENWOOD, 773 Chapel St. E hiivn ior miln a tlrst-olasH livory bust- iH'f i hut In tln'fp hiini t.inifH is iniy- inn a liiro ri(l profit Tor property consists ot horses, imrks. currlaji'os timl nil' that, per tains tn lirsl -eias p-iyiny: livory business, inelinliiiy l he 1 ;ml and barns occupier) by tho same, ll ntusl beoUl toclosn an cslatc; also tho dwelling house nnd lot a I joiniitK; will bo sold separate or tojrether. MKKWIN'S KMAL KSTATK OFFICE, jeS tr 751) Chitpol street. .. . ' White and Yellow FALL Varieties. Also the hard WINTER kinds. nips, . I.z c:.A Prank P-iJjATt New Haven CONN. BICYCLE SUITS, $5.00, $8.50, $7.50, $8.50 and $10 BICYCLE PANTS, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00. GOLF SUITS, $7.50, $8.50 and $10. The Bicycle and Golf Suits that we carry in stock are made by The Boston Patent Pants Co., Boston, who make the best fitting and most comfortable suits that are made in this country. C. E, LOILEY k CO, 101-103-105 Church Street, New Haven. 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. onsomi, Jr., & Co., 86 1 Chapel St. The Supply Center for magnificent Wedding Gifts in Diamonds, Watches, Cut Glass, Sterling Silver and Gold. Clock and Watch Repairers. This is a Small List OF THE Many Nics Things We Have For Wedding Presents At reasonable prices in Storting Silver : Butter Knives, I'V'uit Forks, C ild Meat Forks, Napkin Kings, Cups. T..!i strnlnrpa Sugar Spoons, Oransre Spoons, Tea Spoons, Berry Spoons, Dessert Spoons, Table Spoons, Palls ami Peppers 1'orlcs, Ladlesaiid Cheese Scoops. Gall at DUBANT'S, 55 Church street, and gee them. fire You Looking FOR A File Reeiier ii a Watch ? KIRBY Is the agent for the Vacheron and Con stantlne. The best watches in the world. " Also a fine line of American Watches in gold and silver cases. 822 Chapel Street. HXisceUatierws. with the other man first then when you stock of clean, p-oods, vou will see our perfect be sure and know the right place to buy advantageously. China mattings $4.00 per roll of 40 yards. A high grade 80-lb. joint less at 1 6c per yard by the roll. We'll quote the prices on the others when you come in. Buy of the direct im porter and save profit. 68, 70, 7 Orange Street. OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. TM MATTING & CO. 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 . 95c 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 everjshown in Connecticut, and we have made prices to sell them rapidly. C, E, LOILET & 101-103-105 Church Street, New Haven. ANCHOR LINE. United States Mail Steamships Sail from Now York every Saturday for GLASGOW VIA LONDONDERRY. Hates for Siiloon Passage By S. S. C1TV OF HOME, SOO and upward. Second Cabin, S40, Steerage, 83.50. Other Steamers, Cabin. 9850 and upwird. Second Cabin, 8:ft and SS35. Steerage, S J4.50. Drafts at Lowest Current Hates. For further Information, apply to HENDEKSON HltOTMEltS. 7 Bowling Green, New York; or M. 15. Newton, 88 Orange St., or Wm. Fitzpatrick, 867 Grand avo or Pock & Bishop, 703 Chapel st., Now Haven. apiS3m CALIFORNIA VIA The Illinois Central Ml. FIRST-CLASS SERVICE. It will pay you to call on or address the undersigned, beforo puronaainj; your tickets. C. A. FLORENCE, General A?eat, ail WASHINGTON STREET, jal7dwtf , BOSTON, MASS. DR. GILL, 548 Chapel si, Kcw Haven, OFFICE HOUUS, 10 to 12 a.m.; 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m; week d:iys only. The doctor mukog OFFICE FKACTlOUan EXCLU-IVE SPEC IALTY. Hohiishiul ;K) yenrs success fill ex perience, and thousands tr both sexes can t03t ifv to hB remarkable skill and Treat abil ty. lie has made the Elm City his permanent, home, therefore purchased a residence and other property, so that his extensive client ele all over the state can depend on finding the doctor always at homo. He will continue to jtive particular attention to that class of allmnnts requiring tho services of the best surgical ski. I and experience. Female Complaints. N T)r. Gill cm) be consulted on the most deli cate medical subject in tho strictest conti dfnee, and ladies, married or sinifie, can bo assured ol iionoramo ireiunieor. nun speeuy ro.iel'. llarren women desiring offspring should consult tho doctor. Painful or re tarded menstruation promptly relieved. Hoard and nurse when required. Terms moderate. Part cs writing for terms or advica mu st give full name and cncloso stamp. Oltiee fee SI. Cut this out for tuturo rererenee. ON FURNITURE and CARPETS. AVhcrc to Guy and Why. WHAT you buy depends largely on what you see, upon the statements of tho salesman, and your own taste. It is impor tant you buy whero assortment is largo, whero stock is new, whero prices arc low, an . goods reliable. F.veryono knows that for two months we held t he greatest dissolution sale in New Ha ven did it to convert woods into cash, to settle up old (Inn's affairs, to close out at any price every piece of old stock we had, so that the new firm could start with new goods. Our stock to-day is the freshest and latest in Nw Haven, the largest weevcr carried, and f ffered at the lowest prices sold in this eit v We o,n ',0 l,ls aml make a small prolit. Then, therefore, the place to buy, and buy to the best advantage, is at Ttfi Hiel Fflnitra Co., 8, 10, 12 Church Street. patents. WILLIAM H. CHAPMAN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Solicitor of and Counselor in P4TEHTS Eisht Tear Examiner in U. s. Patent Uffieu. Ui-mCiii New Haven, 70 CHURCH ST. S17MA1X ST 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 dou- , ble-breasted Jackets. Trousers with double seat and knees and elastic waistband. These suits wera 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 $1.00 a pair. G. E, LOffiLEI k CO, 101-103-105 Church Street, New Haven. New York, New Haven and Hartford R. R. , June 14, 1896. 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, x4:30, 5:30, 6:35, 6:30, 7:10, S:W, (8:15 Bridgeport ae com.), 9:10, 9:15 p. m. Sundays 4:05 4:50, 8:00 a. m., x4:30, x6:15, 7:10, 8:10, 8:15, 9:10 p. m. FOR WASHINGTON via Harlem River 1:05, 11:50 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. m. 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. Sundays 2:10, 2:20, a. m 4:55, 6:55 p. m. FOR MERIDEN, HARTFORD, SPRINGFIELD, Etc. "1:10 (night), 6:40, 8:00, xl0:10, 11:05 a. m., 12:06, 1:05. 1:44 (first storj Hartford), 3:15. 5:00, 5:52, (6:15 to Hartford), 8:05, 10:05 p. m. Sundays 1:10 (night), 5:52, 8:28 (ac commodation) p. m. NEW LONDON DIVISION For New London, etc. 2:10, (night), 2:20 (night), 7 :50, 9:30, 11:05, 11:35 (parlor car, limited), a. m., 12:05, 3:00, 3:05, 3:55 (to Saybrook Junction), 4:20, 4:55, 5:15 (to Saybrook Junction), 6:15, 6:55 p. m. 9:10 (Guilford ace). Sun days 2:10 (night), 2:20 (night), x8:50 a. m., 4:55, 6:55 p. m. AIR LINE DIVISION- For Middletown, Willlmantic, etc. 7:45 a. m., 2:10, 6:05 p. m. Sundays 7:15 r.. m. Connecting at Middletown with Valley Division and at Willlman tic 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. For Farmington and New Hartford 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, 9:35 a. m. 12:00, 2:39, 4:00, 5:35, 7:50, 11:20 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 8:30 p. m. For Waterbury 7:00, 8:00 (through train via Naugatuck Junction), 9:35 a. m., 12:00, 2:39, 5:35, 7:50 p. m. Sunday3 8:10 a. in., 6:15 p. m. (via Naugatuck Junction.) For Winsted 7:00, 9:35 a. m., 2:33, 5:35 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 6:15 (via Naugatuck Junction) p. m. For Shelton, Botsford, Newtown, Dan.' bury, Pittsfleld, State Line 9:35 a. m. 4:00 p. m. For Albany, Buffalo, Detroit, Cincin nati, St. Louis, Chicago and the West, via State Line 9:35 a. m., 4:00 p. m. For Litchfield and points on S., L. & N. R. R. (via Derby Junction) 9:35 a. m., 4:00 p. m. " Express Trains. xLocal Express. C. T. HEMPSTEAD, General Passenger Agent New Haven Steamboat Co. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Steamers from New Haven leavo week daya Belle Dock, Old Lino Pier. C. H. NORTH AM J0:;0 a. m. and RICHARD PECK ViiM mid- niirht: f-undnvs 3n. m. and 12 . mlrfnizht. Steamers from New York leavo week days! Piers 25 and 38 East ltiver, RICHARD PBCKl 3 p.m. and C. H. NORTH AM 13 midnight; Sunday 9:31 a. m. and VI midniifht. Faro $1.00. Excursion tickets, irooi for 15 days, $1.50. Special Sunday excursion! rate. Si.wu. Stntxrnnmi and tickets tor ml at Peolc Ttlnhnn'a 703 ChaDul street, and at Mix's! UniK store, corner Chapel and Church streets xnroufrn rates given suu uius ot ujiuv if sued to points West, souta ana souta wost. Chas.1. Fhencu, Agent. STARIX'S SEW HAVKX TRANS POKTATIOX LINK, llailv Except Saturdays. -rr-w Str. WM. 0. EGERTON, Captali zfcw .McAtistcr, leaves new Hare 1 ruin Stiii in s Pier, foot of Brown street, a ! 10:15 p. m. Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursf i days. Str. KKASTLS CORXING, Captai i Snonr. Mondavs. Wednesiiavs and Friday i The Egerton loaves New York from Pier lj Jorth Uiver. at n. m. sionuavs. "eanesaav and Fridays. The Corning, Sundays, luej H.i'B anil Th,sulava t j f are. Tic; excursion tickets, SL33. StatoV rooms, ti.w. I Tickets :nd staterooms for sale at J. Iiines, jr. s, S"1 C.iapel street; Peck A: Bishop! 7IC Chapel street; lontinj uoiei, ana jour: Morse. HO Center street. Free stage leaves the depot on arrival o Haiiford train, and from corner of Churci and I hanel st reets every half hour, commune intr at St p.m. T'broutrh Ireight rates giver! ami iitUs of ladiuir issued to rtoints westl south and southwest. C. 11. FISHER, Agenll ureter your ircigui via ctarin uue.