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NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AN,b COURIER, WEDNESDAY, JULY
22, 1896. i IN ST. JOHN'S, NORTH HAVEN. Conference of the Brotherhood of St. , Andrew To-morrow. A conference of the Brotherhood of ISt. Andrew of the Episcopal churches of the state will be held In St. John's fchurch, North Haven, to-morrow eve ling, commencing at 8 p. m. The pro gram will be as follows: Hymn, devotional service, address of welcome by the rector, hymn, subjects, 1, Statements of work by the several chapters; 2, The devotional part of chapter and mission meetings; hymn; 3, Personal work, what is it? opening of question box, hymn, collation at Memorial hall. iGRANTED BURIAL CERTIFICATE. Dr. White Called to Coal Barge San derson Last Evening. Medical Examiner White was called about 7 o'clock last evening to the coal barge Snderson, lying at Long wharf, to render a certificate of burial for Lucius S. Thomas, the one and one half year old son of William Thomas, pwner and captain of the barge. The child had been ill several weeks With kidney and stomach affection and was attended by Dr. Robinson of Fair Haven, who was not in town at the time of the little one's death. In the absence of the attending physician Dr. IWhlte was called and rendered a cer tificate. ARMY WORM RAVAGES. Disheartening Experiences of Farmers ! In This State. O. B. Bromley, living two miles below UTewett City, had from six to eight acres of the best oats in, town. One piece of live acres was specially good, because treated last spring to perhaps 100 loads Of good stable manure. On July 13 he "discovered the army worm had begun Its destructive work. He immediately cut them. Saturday, the 8th, he put Into his barn fourteen loads of little out-stalks of straw, while on the ground, at a low estimate, 100 bushels of oats were scattered. The partially perfected seed, the worms could not eat. Everything green they had eaten." The strange thing is that R. R. Bar tier had a field on the opposite side of the country road which was untouch ed, and which, cut during the week, be put into his barn the same day, the Value of which was equal to the best tfed-top. Other farmers in the vicinity are los ing this crop as fast as the worms can devour it, while the fields of some oth ers auite near are untouched. The great fear now is that corn will he eaten, and the great loss already experienced be vasfly increased. . Visitations of this kind are exceed ingly disheartening, as the green oat crop is being depended upon for fodder and to supply the lack of hay which for years has grown slowly greater. When milk Is about the only thing which farmers can produce at a profit if they can that damage to the feed for cows 3 Is something serious. Pockctbooks and Card Cases. From Hamper's Bazar. , A pretty porte-monnale a pocketbook as It is now called and a cardcase are dearly loved by-all women who like to have dainty things, and this year the torlght-colored leather cardcases add a dash of color to the gowns that Is exceedingly smart. . Green in the different shades and 'bright red are the favorite colors, but there are some exquisite white and dove' colors .which, when worn with the calling costume, seem to add an addi tional touch of elegance. There are two shapes, one oblong and quite small, the other .the size and shape of a large en velope. The snake and lizard sVins are siot BO vnew as the grained leather fend pigskin, - which .can be color-treated so cleverly. -.Whemsilver corners are used, the plain,' unornamented are preferred, in reaction from all the gaudy effects ,wo have had inthe white mtal. Ivory and tortoise shell areamong the nov elties, some with a tiny watch, which, fcy thevay, Is a very important addi tion to a cardcase; but. fashion has not proclaimed deolslively iw favor of either iof the materials, which are shown as novelties merely. The chain-work purees of gold or silver meshes with jewelled tops are very elaborate and amazingly expensive, but the simpler, less showy leather pocKetooona vi uu-a long shape and small enough to carry .u.i,hr i the hand, are reallv. KMjr ... - , - - i mt' Tn manv lstances pocketbooks and cardcases are combined, and allt cardcases have a pocket where onange can be carried; but even though visit ing cards are smaller and thinner" than ever, the pocketbook large enough to carry them without crushing the edges is a little larger than Is strictly fash ionable. Good pocketbooks are invari ably expensive; five dollars is cheap for fene that will wear well. Only very sim ple gold or silver trimmings are now in tyle, and the beauty must be in the ehape and material and finish. . - ,r.n nt- JTT lTKDd noon tTfiTn nnfl "teaureixe oil balm I For the Complexion, Pimples, Flesh Worm. I Red Nose, Cbepo, Koairh Stan; prevent. -J tendency to Wrinkles, ageing, withering or drrwtnpoi thesVio. 60c-l.U0. Druggists. ITO ('LEAKS QIT PJJI r.i r yvaicr uu, Roaches, Bed bun. flies, ents, moths, rata, mice. Prrows, Jck rabbits, sonirrels. gophers. Ix. -A Omen, ettecur Mfe-"reUet Atdrng. gists atVy aiL E. 8. Wilis, Jersey City, . J BRYAN'S BRILLIANCE. A Man of No Intellectual Depth The i Gentlest of Demagogues He Is No Ordinary Hypocrite How He Ap peals to Human Cupidity. Lincoln, Neb., July 13. It has tak'm the people of Lincoln, Bryan's home, a full week to calm down. For two or three days after the nomination, the Free-Silveritea and Populists and half the republicans were in a state of trm zy. The novelty of having one of their neighbors chosen as a presidential can didate of a great party was most too much for them. The people are more rational now, but the feeling of local pride, always strong In a western com munity. Is aroused as it has never been aroused before, and it Is safe to soy that of the votes that will be cast for Bryan electors in the state outsida of What has been his legitimate following for six years, three-fourths will go to him, not because of a sudden conver sion to the cause of free silver, but be cause Bryan is a Nebraskan. It Is dif ficult to make eastern people under stand the depth of this feeling of !o3til pride. The people of the country have not yet ceased wondering at Bryan's hyp notic feat at Chicago. It is not at all surprising to the people here who know the man and are familiar with his remarkable dramatic gifts and ora torical graces. Bryan had already won all the distinction it was possible for him to win in this state before the, Chi cago convention, and he has hundreds of friends and admirers who for tne past year have looked forward to the time when he Would be given a place on the presidential ticket of the populist or democratic party. That Bryan has for years imagined himself a man cf destiny there Is no doubt, and there Is plenty of evidence In this city -that ever since the first of the year he expected to receive the nomination in Chlcags. Two or three months ago he commis sioned a local photographer to take a photograph of his modest house at once, and at the same time he sat for a new photograph of himself and had on taken of his family in a group. All of these pictures were on sale here the morning after the nomination. Two months ago he told a friend that he ex pected to be the next President of the United States and that he would be nominated at Chicago as a dark hor;. He disclosed his plans at that time, at d they were followed to the letter. He said: "I shall not go to Chicago as a candidate.- I shall go as a deligate. It is my intention to remain In the back ground until there Is a suitable opporr tunity for me to appear before the im vention in the manner in which I am best fitted to make an impression. I will have the advantage of Bland an-1 Boies in that I will be on the groun.V It. is conceded now that Bryan is some thing of a prophet. The sober, intelligent, conservative people of Nebraska have long ,irire taken an adequate measure of therhar aetef and mental capacity of Br.in, and while they give him the grea set credit for the possession of admirable personal qualities, they have him irm ly fixed In the category of demagogue1?, Socialists and cranks. , , Brvan has taken'the crude demajjy of Altgeld and Tillman and worked It over in the crucible of sophistry, and refined it and poliBhed it until the pro duct as he turns it out is so softened and disguised that many people are fooled by it. The most radical utter ance of the pitchfork senator or the anarchist governor find in Bryan ready and emphatic Indorsement, but his in dorsement is in the seductive guise if sentimental sympathy. Altgeld and Tillman assail the cause of sound gov ernment with hammer and tongs, .vlth bome and battering-ram. Bryan's en deavors are in precisely the same direc tion, but he avoids the tactics of bull dog belligerency and seeks to win his way by beguiling first the outposts and then the garrison itself. He is diplo matic, facile, agile, oily tongued. He is a finished actor a brilliant low en median. He represents everything that Altgeld and Tillman represent -many things that are distasteful to most thinking, reasqning people but he represents his views in such a man ner as to delude and deceive. Radical to the last degree, he somehow suc ceeds In passing himself off on the av erage audience as reasonable. Danger ous as the demagogue is always lan gerous, he yet convinces people that he is as Innocent as a lamb. Acting in the role of an ingenue he is full of guile. He appears to be pouring oil on the troubled waters while he is in reality adding to the turbulence. Bryan !s singularly fortunate in his physical presence. He is a handsome man. His features are classic, clear cut, fine lined. When he appears before an au dience he awakens Interest and sympa thy. When he begins to speak he tak.-s on an air of the most perfect sincerity, the greatest candor. His manner Is so simple, so plain, so earnest, so frxnk, that his hearers are Irresistably drawn to him. Then good humor Is depicted in his countenance. As he speaks he smiles, and his smile grows and ex pands. It Is infectious. It catches t'.ie audience. He Is so pathetically hon est! It is doubtful if there is another man in the country so gifted in the su perficial, showy qualities of oratory. He has wonderful surface brilliance. To 'what extent is he a hypocrite? Bryan is not a hypocrite in the sense In which the term is ordinarily us.?d. There is no affectation- in the slmpli ;t ty of his manner of living. He is hon est in his comparative poverty. He does not seek to hoodwink the public for the benefit of some financial inter est He cannot be accused of lack of Integrity. But he does use questiona ble means to accomplish the end he is seeking. Bryan has talked so long about the "common people" and the bondage In which they are held, nnd has so persistently advanced certain theories for their relief, that he has worked up a certain amount of ecstatic fervor that makes him passionate and emotional, and he has convinced Him self that salvation can be found In no other waythan that which he advo cates. The end must be attained. The people must be stirred. He has a'pr?t ty accurate Idea of human nature. He deliberately appeals to their emotions, their prejudices, their passions. He employs artifice in subtile pleas to hu man cupidity. He does all this in the full knowledge of what he is doing, but excuses himself on the ground that the end Justifies the means. No man possessing Bryan's superfi cial brilliance was ever Intellectually great. Even here at his own home, where Idol worship has been going or. for years, it Is not contended that he 's a man of intellectual depth- He toot up the cause of free silver after Bland had given it a good start and invested It with, a glamour of specious brll- liance, but he hps not added one njv idea to the philosophy of fiatlsm. He invented the phrase, "Without waiting for the aid or consent of any other r.x- tlon on earth." but he has never origi nated a great principle or propound id a new theory. "A Nebraskan" in the Chicago Times-Herald. NATURAL FAT. Getting Vat Is Only u Question of Eat ing rrupvr oou. Thin people who want to got fat should eat proper food and digest it. That is the only natural way. The trouble with most thin people Is that they suffer from indigestion. They don't digest their food. They don't get enough nourishment. They are slowly being starved. They are poisoned by the products of fermented and putrid food. Shaker Digestive Cordial, a gentle. natural, vegetable digestive, attacks the food in your stomach just like the digestive Juices, and turns It into healthful nourishment. It helps your stomach naturally. It makes thin dys peptics fat. It makes poisonous blood pure. It tones up and cures the sto mach. Nothing will cure Indigestion like Shaker Digestive Cordial, because no thing else goes so naturally about It. This Is why it has been so successful in relieving nausea, vomiting, dizzi ness, weakness, bad taste, fever, flatu lence, constipation, loss of appetite, headache, neuralgia, rheumatism, etc., by curing the disorder which causes the symptoms. A few doses will prove its value, but you won't get fat on one bottle. All druggists. Ten cents for a trial bottle. Write for book on Food and Fat to The Shakers; 30 Reade St., New York. INVENTORS. YOU need an attorney at headquarters Wnahlnirtoit to n-uard vour eases. Send sketch for FEEB opinion as to patentability. HUBERT E? PECK, Patent attorney, 629 F street, Washington, D. C. BARLE& SEYMOUR, solicitors off American and Foreign PATENTS, 868 Chapel Street, NEW HAVEN, CONN. Turnips. Soft, Fall Kinds : White Egg, Long Cowhorn, Yellow Aberdeen, Yellow Stone. Winter Varieties: White French, Yellow French, Laing's Swede, Am. Purple Top Ruta Baga. pEEDSMAN jj ?l New Haven m O: . conn. M What is Your Weakness ? Is it BrJslit's Disease, Diabetes, Cystitis,-Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, or any other diseases of the Kidney, Mad der or Stomach? If so, send for FREE PAMPHLET of the new and famous STAFFORD MINERAL SPRINGS WATER, From (near Vossburg, Miss.) ASTOUNDING CONVINCING PROOF OF CURES. Physicians are respectfully Invited to make a EREE TEST of the Water. Stafford Mineral Springs and Hotel Co., Limited, New Orleans, La. New York Drpot, No. 25G Broadway. CHAS. S. LEETE & CO., Sole Agents for Now Haven and vicnity, 303 State st. Good Hotel Accommodations at the Springs. HAT. h m m m m m 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 Stmt, crpcaite roslcflice. S9 to 91 Bailroad Ayenue Steam PltscjcXlaucotts. ARE YOU A 'I'OllACCO SLAVE? DO you want to quit this practice? You' ought to do It fur tliu suko of your heart, your Noivoa, your Lung, livery uliow, ovorjr smoko, hurts you,, If you want to atop there will Lea struggle find you will lull unions you have hoi p. "UOOD-UY" will do it easily, tho. roughly. No experiment, no take, no Injury, A sure, sale, speedy euro. Try It, it will not tail. M. Urlstul & Sons, 854 Chupol titroot, ap24tf Agents for Now Haven. Mrs. Dr. Lucy C. Peckham Auuouuot's that she will bo at Cedar Gables Cottage, Uiiinford Point, During July mid August, Exoopt Saturday afternoon of eaoh week and eaoh Monday all day at her city residence, t3 Jy 145 GRK.ENB STREET. OUR ROOM DEMANDS A SACRIFICE OF ALL SUMMER GOODS. WE MUST CLEAR OUT THE BAL ANCE OF OUR STOCK OF : ' THE FOLLOWING GOODS , AND TO DO SO EVERY ARTICLE IS MARKED AT A VERY LOW FIGURE. Refrigerators, (Hard and Soft Wood,) Gasoline Stoves, Oil Stoves, Ovens, Garden Hose, Reels and Nozzles, Lawn Mowers, Ice Cream Freezers, Watering Pots, Fruit Jars. HEHRY I " GUERNSEY, 6 Church Street. Open Monday and Saturday Evenings. Telephone 852-3. FOR CELERY. White Plume, Golden Heart, Giant Pascal. Late Cabbage. Caul flower. . Celery 50c per 100 Cabbage 35c psr 100 Cauliflower 15c per doz MafionBy Boilers, Sleam i Hot Water ARE: Self Contained, requiring no Drlck setting. Without Gaskets or Packing, and are thug always tight. Have Vertical Water Ways, giving free circula tion, large Direct Fire Surface, using the radiant heat of the fire. Thousands in use and giving satisfaction. fgn SHEAHAN & GROARK Fitters and Plumbers. Telephone 404-3 285 and 287 Stat Street. , ' , Ifurutttire, gtc 1m Important oralis ON h FURNITURE and CARPETS. Whore to Buy and Why. WHAT you buy depends largely on what you see, upuu lUo statements of th lm juur uwuuiHie. n luipur titnt you buy where assortment Is luro, .. u ....v. .a iiuw, wueru pnuua uro low, mi . booiIs rellnble. lieia tlic Ki-i!tet dissolution sale In Now Un veil, uid It to oonvei t kooiIb into onsli, to settle up old Arm's affiilrs, to olose out at any the new llrni could start with new if oods. Our stock to-day Is the freshost nd latest ... imvoii, ma mi-yoBi weever uurrieu, and otlered at the lowest, prices sold In this v..,y. . v cm ii uu mis ana lmiuea smuu prom, llion, therefore, the place to buy, and buy to the best advantage, Is at In Hfipl Foriitnre Co., 8, 10. 12 Church Street. 'cilntUvtaltcrs. THEODORE KEILER, CNDttttlAKKU. 162 ORANGE STREET, Br Court street.!" Telephone Mo. 1 1 tmttxs. KIRBY, Jeweler and Silversmith. You won't believe it until you see it, the number of pretty gifts that you can buy with little money, at this popular store. 822 Chapel Street. THE Bicycle Vatch Guard Is very convenient For the Bicycle Rider. J. H. G. DURANT OF OSOlmroli Street Has a nice line of thoin. Blouse Sets. We are now showing very ; pretty blouse sets in gold, silver and enamel. We will be most pleased to show them to you. C. J. MONSON, JR., & CO., 861 Chapel Street. WELLS & GTJNDE. Watchmakers and Jewelers, Full Jine Sterling Silver and Silver Plated Ware. KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS No. 788 Chapel Street . 'g&xxaxtlon. FOR INSTRUCTION T reasonable prices in studies prepar- .fV atory to the Iliirh school and Collene, apply tO JUHH WlilXMUKfii, jyU 7t 147 Bradley street. THE DESSAUER-TROOST WYK School of Music, 781 Cliapel at. VOCAL and Instr imonlal Instruction, sys-. tent of European conservatories. Apply between 13 and 1 and i and 5 gm. dally. WES LEY AN ACADEMY, WILBHAHAM, Muss. Both Sexes. Nine Qoursos! Hpe ciiilists in Classics, Arts and Muslo. Enlarged endowment insures superior advantages at moderate expense. 80tn year. Opens Sent. 10, 18MH. For catalogue, address Hev. Wm. K. Newhall, Prin. jy8 eod'fit MECHANICAL DRAWING. P1UWJPECTIVE, MATHEMATICS, MECHANISM, ETO. F. B. HONEY, 179 Churoh street. Hartford office, Ballersteia Build's;. Address etters to New Haven office. au!5 tf pltsccllaueoits. FOR TEETH THAT FIT, GO TO G. H. GIDNEY, A reliable dentist who has practiced Dentistry in New Haven for more than twenty-Aye years, and Is an expert aud specialist in making and fitting artificial teeth. Office 797 Chapel Street, North side, six doors below Orange - street. Teeth extracted without pain by -the use ot&tg, vapor or air. Mill xettrstaus. Finest World. TIIF, KTW.ATIPT JOHN H. STARIN. : will commence tior reyrulur trips to this Tuesday, July 7th, continuing; Every Tuesday and Thursday During tuo season j lcavlnff Now Haven IYi.mi fi.t rF n......... aRA... ... u.n i 1 , At ..,JTH OULWUb ttl f.o tl. mull p, and Qleu Island at 4 p.m. Oivliur ouo-hiilt' hour loniter on the island than previous sea sons. Tne attractions ut the Island are well known, but wo will mention those Superior u.x.v.MM. .jutuAiig, wny vuuwona hi. the itrand pavilion, and othor attractions that to to make up a tlrsuoluss summer resort. " Fare, round trip, 75o ; caildren between aes of 5 and 12, 40o : one way, 0O0. Special Innnv ll....tln.- T....I.I.... 1 .. 1 1 f - .. dtttioingr on boat. No liquors allowed on boat. m..u id . Buiiiuiuui. Kuaruuiee mat lames and children n eed not fear molestation. , , , u. n, riau&it, Ajront. Take Water st. ears to Urmvn t. v:t tf The Favorite Outing Trip, New York, New Haven Hfd. RR. GRAND EXCURSION TO NEWPORT i ' ON THURSDAY, JTJLT 23. RATE ONLY $1.50. LIMITED EXCURSION - The number of tickets will be Strictly Limited to avoid over orowdinn of train or boats. Purchase In ad vance and avoid disappointment on the day of the Excursion. Special Excursion Tickets Good, groins; and returning, only on Speetul Train aud Steamers on above date. Special Express Train With First-class Standard Equipment will leave BltlDGKVOKT 8:20 a.m., M 1SV HAVEN 8:55 a. ui., connecting- at Wickford Landlnjr with steamer for the delighful Summer He sort named above. Due at Newport 1.0'J p. m. Returning Boat leaves Newport 4:20 p. m.. connecting nt" Wickford Landing with spe cial exprtss train, thoreby enabling excur sionists to return home at a seasonable hour in the evening. C. H. PLATT, . GEO. L. CONNOR; General Sup't. Passenger Trafflc Mgr. C. T. HEMPSTEAD, jy20 3t General Passenger Agent. RAYMOND & WHITOOMB'S TOURS. ALL TRAVELING EXPENSES INCLUDED. A party will leave Boston September 1 for a Grand Tour of Sixty-four Buys to THE YELLOWSTONE AND CALIFORNIA. The trip will inolude a week in the Nation al jrai-K, ample stops at Seattle, Victoria,.3Wi! onttt and Poriland, the pieturosqitfTSliasta Route, and extended visits to San Kranciaeo. Monterey, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, San Diego, etc., returning via Colorado. A Series of Summer Trips of Five to Nine teen Days to the Principal Resorts of New Englaud, New York, and Canada. Tour to the Yellowstone Park September 1. Annual Wlntor Trips to California oneo a month or oftencr. First party leaves Oct. 18. Independent Railroad Tickets via the Bos ton & Albany, Boston & Maine, and Other Principal Lines ; also, Steamship Tickets to All Points. Send for descriptive Book. RAYMOND & WIirrCOlttB, 29(1 Washington street, opp. School street, Boston. . y20 3t Free! Free I Free I AT SAVIN HOCK, ALL THIS WEEK, THE ORIGINAL Men s. The Famous Blackfaced Comedians In a Big Opoit Air Show. 4 SOME OF THli STAKS. Chas. R. Dockstad er, ' The Orign al Star Al Pierce, The Magician L. C. Mettler, The Prince of Mimics Burt Hart, The Vocalist and Actor Tony Bnkor, The Big Shoo Dancer Leonard and Lester, The Dude and Tramp Tony Murphy, The Dancer Harry Hughos and 1 Will Mackle Each performance to conclude with the Comlo One-act Farce, entitled "THE LUNATIC ASYLUM." Introducing the Company. Two performances daily, 8 aud 8 p. in. ELECTRIC FOUNTAIN from 8 until 10. The Grandest of Ballet Spoctacles. Now being produced nightly at Savin Hook. 3,000 good seats, 25o. 3,000 good seats, 50c. The Sports, Customs and Patlmes of Ancient Rome Revived, amid Gorgeous Scenic Sur-. roundlii(3!. 500 Participants, Magnlfloeut Costumes, LSzzllnsr Effects and GIGANTIC BALLETS, unprecedented in size and skill, under the direction of Arnold Kiralfy. Famous Spe cialty Performers. Inspiring Dramatic Ac tion. Concluding with a Stupendous Dis play of FIREWORKS. Pyrotehnlo programme changed nightly. Jyl DR. GILL, 548 Chapel St., NewHayen, OFFICE HOUH8, 10 to 12 a.m.; 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m; week d:iys only. The doctor makes OFFICE PRACTICE an EXCLUSIVE SPEC IALTY. He has had 30 years successful ex perience, and thousands of both sexes can testify to his remarkable skill and great abil ty. He has made t he Elm City bis permanent home, therefore purchased a residence and other property, so that his extensive client ele all over the state cau depend on finding the doctor always at home. Ho will continue to give particular attention to that class of aliments requiring the services of the best surgical skid and experience. Female Complaints. Dr. Gill can be consulted nil the most deli cate medical subject in the strictest confi dence, and ladies, married os singie, can be assured of honorable treatment and speedy relief. Barren women desiring offspring should oousuit the doctor. Painful or re tarded menstruation promptly relieved. Board and nurse when required. Terms moderate. j Part es wTitlng for terms or advice mast give full name and enclose stamp. Oilice fee $1. " Cut this out tor future reference. New York, New Haven and Hartford R. K. Juno 2i, 1S9C. FOR NEW YOHK 4:05, i:50, x6:00. '7:30, 8:10. 8:30. 9:35. x!0:30 . m. lS-Oft 12:05, "1:30 (purlor car limited). 'IG. i:a, -j:du, 3:00, 3:30, '3:52, i:15. x4:30, "5:20, 5:30. 5:35. ft-an 7-m 0.1s bunaays 4:05, M:50, 8:00 a. m., x4:30 uu, -o;iu, : xu, -aao p. m. FOR WASHINOTON vi River I:05, 11:50 p. m. (dally.) run uuBTON via SpringflqMf l -10. Xl0:10. I1:05 a.m.. i -ok r..e . Sundays 1:10 (night), 5:52 4 m. X3-,Diu V1 wew London and Providences 2.10. 2:20. tif-ta i 1 car limited) a. m.. 12fi5. 3-nn .a .on 4:55, 6:55 p. m. Sundays 2:lo'. 2:2o' a. m., 4:55, 6:55 p. in. FOR MERIJrtBN, HARTFORO, SPRINGFIEL.O. Etc. l:in tn- 6:40, 8:0(.V'xl0:10, 10:50 (White Moun- iu.in express, lirst stop- Hartford), lllOSa. m.. 12:08. 1:05. 1:44 fflrat atnn Hartford), 3:15, 5:00, 5:52, (6:15 to Hartford), 8:05, 10:05 p. m. Sundaya 1:10 (night), 5:52, 8:28 p., m. t . NEW LONDON DIVISION , or New London, etc. 2:10, (night), 2:20 (night), 7 : 50, 9:30, 11:05, U:8S (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, 9:10 (Guilford acc.) p. m. . Sun days 2:10 (nle-hfV. '2:20 Cnlp-ht S-KA tt ---o " a. m 4:55.,6:55 p. m. , AIR LINE DIVISION For Mlddletown. WilllmBtitin. on 7:45 a. m.. 2:10. 2:88. 6:05 n m H,in. days 7:15 p. m. Connecting at Mid- mciuwii wun vaney J-WiBion and at Willlmantlc with tho 1 m t? t N. L. N. R. R. ; at Turnerville with Col- cnester Drancn. NORTHAMPTON DIVISION For Shelhmtie TTolia Time's ... ..... a x auo, Williamsburg, Holyoke, New Hart ford and Intermediate stations 7:45 a. m. ana 4:00 p. m. For Westfleia and intermediate stations, 5:55 p. m. J? or armmgton, New Hartford and points this side 7:45 a, m., 12:04, 4:00, 5:55 n. m . . BERKSHIRE DIVISION. For Derby Junction, Derby, Ansonia, etc. 7:00, 9:35 a. m., 12:00, 2:39, "4:00, 5:35, 7:50. 11:20 d. m. -Rntutavo s-ta m 8:30 p. m. For Waterburv 7:00. s-nn ttyrh train via Naugatuck Junction), 9:35 a m 12:00, 2:39, 5:35, 7:50 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a, m.. :15 p. m. (via Naugatuck o unction.) . For Winsted 7:00, 9:35 a. m.. 2:89. 5:3S p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m.. 6:15 fvta XTn..A T- ' i-vaugtiLucji 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 Expresi C. T. HEMPSTEAD. General Passenger' Agent New Haven Steamboat Co. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. iu:ju a. m. ami KiOHARD PECK W:W mid night; Sundays 1) p. m. and 13:30 midnight. Steamers from New York leave week days riMoaanuai isost Kiver, KiUHAKI) PKCK 3 p. m. and C. H. NORTH AM Vi midnight: u...iu..,y . 111. ituu in iiiiunignr. rare jt.oa. Exoursion tickets, gooa f at 15 daVS. S1.50. Smv-lnl Hnnd.iv n.clnn. rate. $l.uu. , .- ., . Staterooms and Mokets tor sale at Peak & - w- ..i U'JL, hiw ma ai&i drug store, corner Chapel and Church streets. Through rates given and bills of lading issued to DolntS West. South nnd ftnnt.n. VMt nu.a T 1 ' , . ........ A - Chas. I. French, Agent. SXARIN'S NEW IIAVEJT TBAN8 POKTAlUON LINE. Ually Mxcept Saturday. -mSZS Str. JOHN H. 8TAH1N, Captain -JMSlBSa McAllster, leaves Mew Haven liom Stariu's Pier, foot of Brown street, at 10:15 p. m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thurs days. Str. EHASTCJ3 CORNfING, Captain Spoor, Mondays, Wpdnesdaj-s and Fridays. The STARIN leaves New York from Pier 18. -i North River, at 9 p. m, Mondays, Wednesdays ' and Fridays. The CoVning, Sundays, Tues days and Thursdays. -i iare, 75c; excursion tickets, $1.21 State-: rooms,$1.00. Tickets and staterooms for sale at B, F. Norton's, 851 Ctiapel street; Peok Sc Bishop, 702 Chapel street; Tontine Hotel, and Av G"odmun & Oo. Free stage leaves the depot on arrival of Hartford train, and Irom corner of Churoh and Chapel streets every half hour, commencing- at 8:30 p.m. Through freight rotes given and bills of lading issued to points west, south and southwest. C. H. FISHER, Agent. Order your freight via Starln Line. CALIFORNIA The ibis Central BR; FIRST-CLASS SERVICE. . It will pay you to call on or address . the undersigned, before ' purchasing your tickets. i C. A. FLORENCE, General A?ont," 211 WASHINGTON STREET, jal7d&wtf BOSTON, MASS. AMERICAN LINE. NEW YORK SOUTHAMPTON (London Paris). TWIN SCREW U. S. MAIL STEAMSHIP3. SA1MNO AT 10 A, M. NEW YORK, July 29 ST, PAUL, Aug. 1(K PARIS, Aug. 5 PARIS Aug.2 ST, LOITT. Auir. 12 1 N h!ff YORK. Aug. SS9 RED STAR LINE. - NEW YORK TO ANTWERP. NOORDLAfD, Wednesday, Juiy 29, Noon FRIHLAND, Wcdnesiay, Aug. 5, Noou KENSINGTON, Wodnesdav, Aug. 13, Noon WEST K UN LAND. Weiinesday. Aug. 19, Noon International NavigatlonOompany, PiorH, No.ltlver;olliee6 UowllngGroen N.Y. J. M. Iilntis, jr., 8tl9 Ch:ipel street; Peek Ilishop, JOS Cnapet St.: M. Zunder & Sons, Statestroot, M. B. Newton, 88 Oranie street. New Haven. JjrUFMWtr i ANCHOR LINE. United States Mall Steamshlp Sail from New York every Saturday fir GLASGOW VIA LONDONDERRY. ' Rates for Saloon Passage By S.S. CITY OK ROME, Soo nnd np ward. Seoond Cabin, S40, Steerage, UtiH.HO. Other Steamers, Cabin, 45 and up"trd. Second Cabin, 30. Steerage, t.BO. irafts at Lowest Current Hates. For further Information, apply to HENDKKiON BROTHERS. 7 Bowling Green, New York; or M. B. Newton, 86 Orange St., or Wm. FitzDatrick. 667 Grand ave.. or Peck & i Bishop, 7J2 Chapel St.. New Haven. ap3 Urn VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NEATLY CLEANED BY FARNHAM. Prices Low and Satisfaction (iuaraateed. orders left at BRADLEY & D ANN'S, 40 State Street. KOiJ'T. VlilTCH SON'S, 974 OoapelStraet, LLNbLfiY, KOOT UVS,i Broad wayT Will receive prompt attention. P.O. Ad dress Box 855. Telephone 425-'