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XE W IIAVENi MOByiJjOyBKAL AHV COUB1EB. FBJDAY. AUGUST 27 1897.
PAST MASTER WORKMEN MIDSUMMER MEETIXit OF THESE PILLARS OF THE A. O. V. W. It Was at Savin Kock Nearly BOO la At tendance A Band With the Party Din ner at the Beach House List of Officer and Past Masters Present Meetliin of the Directors. Past Master Workmen of the state, order ot A. O. U. W., held their annual midsummer meeting at the Beach house at Savin Rock yesterday. Those who say the past masters did not have a good time didn't see the crowd at all. Nearly 200 were in at tendance, and as the name indicates, work was a thing of the past for the masters. No business of Importance was transacted. Past Master Eobert Henderson of Thomaston lodge No. 4 presided at the banquet, which was held at 2 o'clock at the Beach house. Grand Master Work man L. C. Merrill of Concord, N. H., and J. C. Blckford of Manchester, su preme overseer, arrived early in the morning and were taken for a carriage drive to East and West Rocks by Wal ter Leigh. The 'A. O. U. W. band accompanied the party, which left the depot on spec ial cars at 1 o'clock, and furnished mu sic throughout the day. In the evening at 8 o'clock a lodge of instruction was given at the town hall, West Haven, under the auspices of West Haven lodge, No. 59. The su preme work was given in amplified form. The menu at the dinner was: Steamed Clams. Broiled Blue Fish. French Pried Potatoes. , Boft Shell Crabs on Toast. Half Broiled Chicken on Toast. Sweet Potatoes. Corn on Cob. Cold Boiled Lobster. Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Pickles, etc. Watermelon. Peaches, Coffee. Clears. The following officers of the associa tion for 1897 were pTesent: Past presid ing master, Robert Henderson, Thom aston. i, Thomaston; presiding master, George S. Elmore, Linden, 51, Litch field; master recorder, L. B. Clark, Commonwealth, 69, New Haven; mas ter financier, George A. Sanford, Pyra mid, 45, New Haven; master receiver. Walter Leigh, Israel Putnam, 31, New Haven; master inside watchman, J. A, Knox, America, 44, Waterbury; master outside watchman, C. B. Brockett, Bris tol, 28, Bristol; executive committee, 'George' S. Elmore, L. B. Clark, John Currier Gallagher, R. B. Farren, H. C. Voorhees, W. C. Griswold, Arthur A. Wilson. Past masters present were: E. Avery Of New London, H. "W. Byers, W. B, Pond, and H. G. Finney of Waterbury, E. R. Banons of Hartford, A. F. Ed rnondson of Naugatuck, H. L. Bacon of Meriden, W. L. Clark of Bristol, W, St. Curtiss, M. D., of Cornwall Bridge, F. E. Crocker of Ansonia, Asa Fish of Mystic, E. W. French of Hartford, Q. B. Gooding of Shelton, W. C. Griswold of Centerville, Frank Gleason of Willi mantic, Robert Henderson, 2d, of Thomaston, C. Harrington of Essex, E. E. Holmes of West Haven, C. W. Jud eon of Terryville, M. R. Joseph of Ston ington, C. B. Smith of North Haven, James Morton of Thomson, H. W. Man vllle of Ansonia, Charles Metzel of Es sex, P. B. Orcutt of Clintonville, W. R. Palmer of Stonington, Archibald Saun ders of Ansonia, L. H. Seymour of East Hartford, W. S. Taylor and E. S. Thomas of Bristol, F. R. Upson of Southington. From New Haven were John Mae ville, G. Herbert Bishop, Walter Leigh, L. B. Lindsley, E. E. Mix, A. Ricketts adn many others. Doctors of the association present included President B. L. Lambert of New Haven, Secretary E. P. Douglass of Groton, William T. Brown of Nor wich, William Curtiss of Cornwall, D. Shepard of New Haven, Luther Good year of North Haven, Gould A. Shel ton of Shelton, F. C. Graves of Bridge port, F. W. Wright, Frederick Bellosa, Charles H. Gordon, William C. Welch, all of New Haven; William H. Temple of Boston, grand medical examiner of the order. A meeting of the doctors was held at which the following question was dis cussed, "Heredity and Contagiousness of Tuberculosis." The affirmative side was taken by Dr. Wright of this city and the negative by Dr. Douglass of Norwich. ANTS IN BATTLE. (Continued from Fourth Page.) and then the warriors were left to the joys of battle for several hours. When the sun had sunk below the shoulder of Tamalpais another visit was paid to the field. The battle seemed to be nearly over, and by rea son of the fact that many of the whitened ones were running in and out of the holes and pursuing peaceful vo cations, tt was apparent that Troy had won the day, though at what cost the heaps of dead and dying plainly attest ed. There was still desultory fighting on the outskirts of the town, and prop- hmr Tfl8!filAveoieitt Bfnnfl HATR COMINOJ OTTT. FrpflH head troin and EreventsdaodralT- it nTy, erradualty restores the hair original Datura! color ; eleeanttomcdrew!intr:60c., CLOU. At Retail or Wholesale DrureisU. Fancy liotxis Stores, Hair Prefers, or prepaid by expresson receirf Of price. E.8. WELLS. Jersey City, N. J. " EAURELIiE OIL BALM For the Complexion, Pimples, Flesh Worm, , Kea nose, i-napa, nuufcu niun : prevents tAr.deiiev to Wrinkles, aceins. wit herine or dmagnpof the stein. 50c.. $1.0U. Druggists. CLJGABS OCT Water Bugs, Roaches, Bed bo. Hies, ants, moths, rate. mice, sparrowa, jtk rabbits. Muirxels, gophers, lie. --' Quick. effertiTB, tsfr ' leliet, At SitU t V mail. & Wsu Jersey City, a. J. ALSffl ably five hundred ants were engaging as many more, but the main body of Trojans were no longer warriors, but hewers of wood and haulers of food. An eager party was carrying into town thousands of eggs captured from the vanquished Greeks. The eggs, accord ing to the traditions of the ant race, would be left in the nests to hatch out ants who would become the slaves ot their captors, so that part of the Tro jan loss would In time be made good. Oh! a wonderfully bright fellow is your ant. In Texas there is a race of him that sows seeds and garners great stores of grain. Down the cowpath, fifty feet away. marched a sorry army ot Greeks, with its bedraggled queen and its sorry princess of the royal blood. They had lost half their valiant band and were as completely routed as were the brave Frenchmen at Waterloo. But why do these five hundred re main and fight in as hopeless a strug gle as that of the Six Hundred of the famous charge? Is it for the sake of fame for glorious names in ant histo ry? It may be there are heroes even among ants. With sticks and straws the giant tries to separate the remaining combatants and save a few warriors to show their scars and tell tales of the awful car nage around their hearths in future years. But to think of stopping an ant battle is one thing and stopping it is another. So the giant drops his sticks and straws and goes his way, leaving the brave warriors to fight in peace. FROGS IN WINDHAM. Tall Tale Of Pipers Who Were Not Pied. Windham's curious frog story was told in this way by one of the first writers who related It (an Englishman, in 1781): "Strangers are very much terrified at the hideous noise made on summer eve nings in Windham by the vast number of frogs In the brooks and ponds. There are about thirty different voices among them, some of which resemble the bellowing of a bull. Owls and whip-poor-wills complete the rough concert. One night in July, 1758, the frogs of an artificial pond three miles square, find ing the water dried up, left In a body and hopped toward the Winnomantio river. They entered the town about midnight. The bullfrogs were the lead ers and the pipers followed. They filled the road for four miles In length and were hours in passing a given point. "Consternation was universal. Old and young, male and female, fled naked from their beds, with worse shriek lngs than those of the frogs. The event was fatal to several women. The men, after running half a mile in which they met with many broken skins, finding no enemies in pursuit of them, ventured back to their wives and children when they heard the words "Hilderkin, DIer," etc. This they thought meant that the supposed French and Indians wanted to enter into a treaty. After some skirmishing about still barelegged, the shivering men discovered nothing but an army of thirsty frogs hunting for water. Such an incursion was never known before nor since, and yet the people of Windham have been ridiculed for their timidity on this occasion." LAID AT JtEST. Funeral of George w. Stoddard Grand Army and Veteran Vol nnteer Firemen Relegations Honor His Memory. The funeral services of the late George W. Stoddard, who was for many years Janitor of Sheffield Scienti fic school, took place yesterday after noon at the residence of his son, Pearl Stoddard, No. 5 Admiral street, attend ed by many sorrowing friends. Rev. Allyn K. Foster, pastor of Olivet Bap tist mission, conducted the services, which were simple yet very impressive. The deceased was a prominent and popular of Admiral Foote post, G.A.R., and of the Veteran "Volunteer Firemen's association, and both organizations were well represented at the services. Admiral Foote post by its leading present and past officials, included among whom were Junior Vice Com mander John A. Hutchinson, who was assisted in the services conducted by the G. A. R. by Past Commander Wil liam E. Morgan, Past Commander A. D. Sanborn, Past Commander Charles B. Foster and the post's chaplain, Mr. Weston Ferris. The G. A. R. services were conducted at the grave. The place of interment was in Evergreen cemetery. In closing the very impress ive services at the grave the bugle call sounded for "at rest." The pall bear ers were: Representing the G. A. R H. H. Raymond, P. F. Schornhaus, G. H. Burckett, W. S. Evarts; and from the Veteran Firemen's association, W. J. Miller and George H. Coe. Mll.VORIi. Aug. 26. There was quite a large at tendance at the clambake held at Uncle William Merwin's at Woodmont this afternoon. The M. A. A. and the Winchester Avenue Railroad company's team will play at the M. A. A. grounds Saturday afternoon at 3:30. Miss Hattie Stillwell, who has been visiting relatives in town for a few weeks, returned to her home in Tonk- ers, N. Y., to-day. The regular weekly meeting of the Mllford Wheel club occurs this eve ning. Miss Susie Camp of Port Jefferson, N. T., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Orlando N. Clark on Green street. Albert C. Bailey, who has conducted the Milford hotel for a number of years, has decided to locate in Danen ufter September 1. There will be an entertainment In the chapel at Walnut Beach next Wed nesday evening. The programme will oonsist of literary and musical num bers. Miss Addie Bailey will favor the audience with a few of her literary se lections, many of which are spoken of very highly. The Ladies Benevolent union of the First Congregational church will hold a jubilee picnic at the home of Mrs. Emma F. Beard in Bridgeport on Thursday of next week. THE LATE JAMES REYNOLDS' MEMORY. To the Editor of the Journal and Courier: Sir: Permit me in behalf of Mrs. Reynolds, and the family of the late James Reynolds, to return their heart felt thanks to the friends of tne de ceased, and to the public in general for their kind svmnathy so feelingly ex pressed since his death. To the Journal and Courier, Register, Leader, Palladium, Morning News, of this city, and the journals outside of New Haven, the thanks of the family are due for their kind editorials on the life and character of the deceased. Respectfully. 2. O'CONNOR. AT MORRIS PARK CHAPEL. Rev. A. K. Foster of Olivet Baptist church, Dixwell avenue, will preach In Park Methodist chapel on Ocean View street, Morris Cove, Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mr. Foster is an able and interesting speaker and draws an audience when ever it is known he is to speak. Methodists and others from the city are cordially invited to visit Park chapel next Sunday afternoon, and see for themselves a neat, airy, comfortable place In which to spend an hour. BLUE PEOPLE BRIGHT. The business man's frieud, Blcola Pills, are a seientillc remedy iind the only perfect cure for the diseases of the nervous system. A remedy adapted for the banker, lawyer, doctor, preacher and merchant. While Blcola Pills are Intended for all who ure afflicted with nervous weakness, they are particularly adapted to women suffering from a weakened condition of the nervous system, with prostration, falnteness, etc. Ulcola Tills iive Immediate relief for rheumatism, all blood and nervous troubles. Discovered and Perfected by THE TWIN ERS, of Philadelphia. THE TURNERS al so make TARZINA The only ointment for skin troubles. Cures piles. TURNERS' LITTLE LIVER TURNERS A very small pill. Turns your liver. Duly appointed agents In New Havcu: C. S. Leete & Co., distributing agents; J. J. Alllug, D. J. Brennun. Arthur H. Barnes, G. D. Farovld, E. A. Oessner, E. Hewitt & Co., Hotfhkiss Drug Co., E. Henly's Phar macy, The Hutchinson Pharmacy, Hull's Corner Drug Store, V. P. Keegan, A. R. Lelghton, Thos. J. Lvuch, Lowe's Pharma cy, I. H. Levy, Ohas". P. Messlnger, Willis L. JIlx, S. L. Salisbury. P. B. Sohurman, K. N. Sperry, S. H. Williams, E. Wadewitz. Hon Wed Fr n r m the Treatment and Cure of LIQUOR, MORPHINE ana narcovc urug naons. mined mate ana lemur nurses, bend lor llluBtratca Cotalotue. Telephone. Atulr. DB. ROSE'S BANlTAKIUil, y2 eod n r m Two reminders this week in our Selling Out Sale of Summer Shoes: Men's Good Shoes for 99 cents. Men 's Good Shoes for 147 cents. AT M. F. Bristol's, 854 Chapel Street. BtY'8 CREAM BALM Is positive core. Apply into the nostrils. It is quickly absorbed. 60 cents at Druggists or by mail ; samples 10c by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 66 Warren Su, New York City. Is the low price we have marked all our Gent's $5.00 and $6.00 TAN SHOES, to clean them out It's a comfort to wear a Genuine Hand-Sewe SAMPLE I WINDOW. N OUR We still have a lot of our $3.C0&$4.00 Shoes that we "are cleaning out at $1.98 A. B. GREENWOOD, 773 CHAPEL STREET. Cats Is rats iyXtscjCllittieotfs. DON'T BE CONTENT Unless your Furnacs is the best The Eoy al Victor, and your Plumbing, Tinning and Jobbing are done by our skilled work men. You will need a fur nace this winter. , Examine ours. It has no equal, and at a price which all can afford. Eave yours put in ear ly and be ready for the first cold day. Sold only by HENRY H. GUERNSEY, 6 Church Street. OPEN MONDAY AND SATUBDAT EVEN INGS. S'elephone 852-3. Plaflslia MM Bom 781 CHAPEL STREET. BEST SET OF TEETH ON RUBBER BASE, $8.00 A Good Set at $5.00 Teeth extracted without pain by tho ass of our Vitalized Air made fresh at our offlct TEETH EXTRACTED, 20c. VITALIZED AIR, 50c. Office open at all hours. L. D. MONKS, D. . S., Manager VAULTS and CESSPOOLS NliATI.) CI.KaSEI) FARNHAM. Prices low ami .saimiaociuu guaranteed. Orders left ut BRADLEY & DANN'S, 406 State ut., ROB'T VEITCH SON'S, 974 Chapel at, L1NSLEY & LIGIITISOUIIN'S, 33 Br'wuj, will receive prompt attention. P. O. Address Box 8r5. Telephone 425-12. WQOSTER P. ENSIGN, iSncoossor to WOOSTER . ENSIGN & SON. Iron and Steel. Manufacturers' and Blacksmith Supplies. 75 ORANC-E STREET, je4 tt AliiV. HAVJiiN, CONN. Hvotizvs. GLASSES that do not fit properly can do a world of damage to your priceless eyes. If the glasses set as they should, the eyes receive the full benefit of the lenses. To have glasses properly adjusted, go to C. J. Iran, Jr., k Co. 861 Cliapel Street. WELLS & GUNDE, Watchmakers and Jswalan, ),!ne Sterling Sliver bilyer riated Ware, Full and KIBUL'S Ml-RHEUMATIS RINS3 No. 788 Chapal Straat ft ISNXJTVCUTE ? PURCHASED THlSiUVELY" L9RGNETTE, i CHAIN PROM 4t 'HE JEWELER 55 CHURCH STREET 1 ' OPPOJJTEP0STtCFr;lCt: I glcjjcUs. KEATIKGS, $40.00. HIGHEST GRADE and GUARANTEED. Special for one day only, SATURDAY, August 14th, 1S0T. A special lot that we got hold of, only a limited number, and all Men's Wheels. Expect another lot of the $21.00 (bejow cost to manufacture) 1S07 Excelsior Bicy cles. REICHERT'S, 632 STATE STREET. 1897 Remington, good $60 as new, 1897 Warwick, good as new, 1896 Remington, New Union, Keating, Columbia, $60 $35 $35 $25 $10 Remingtons and others, $15 to $25 The VERU Bicycle S Rub ber Co., 156-158 Orange Street, Just North of Chapel street, New Haven, uonn. Call and See our Alert Special, Made by Packer Mfg. Co., $45.00. Also agents for E. Howard, $100.' Phoenix. SI 03. Packsr, $60 to SI 00. Stormer, $60 to $75. All kinds of repairing on bicycles. R. J. KIRBY& CO., 180 Orange Street. Handing them down to you at right prices! My guaran tee is liberal. Fresh stock only. ARTHUR &RI&&S. , 7 CENTER STREET. Three doors from Orange Street. m Minis a-Winner. It yon want to bo In the race, ride a "BLUE STREAK" and yon won't b long. Tribunes, Ghartsr Oaks and Eurekas. PRICES RIGHT. JOHN BROWN, 153-167 GEORGE STREET. Open Monday and Saturday Evenings. THERACYCLE. WHY NOT RIDE THE BEST? The Racycle with its narrow tread. The only Wheel on earth with chain and sprocket pull inside the ball races. Do you Know wnat tnis nreans r i ome in ana ex amine it at 360 STATE STREET. SILAS G-ALPIK fiscellaweiros. HEATING HOUSES. The best work in HotWaterand SteamHeating assured. ALSO CAREFUL ATTENTION PAID TO ALL KINDS OF STEAM FITTINO. Repairing Promptly Aitsiidsj Ti Estimates given. ISAAC TEASDALE, 106 Crpwn Street. . M P. O. Box 1614. 4U tt SECOI-ll tale Mails. 'gxmv staus, W2V l,r M JLil m licsort saw on THE STEAMER JOHN H. STARIN, CAPTAIN MCALLISTER, will commence ber regular trips to this beautiful Island TUESDAY, JULY 6th, continuing Every Tuesday and Thursday during the season. Leaving New Haven from foot of Brown street at 8:30 a. m. sharp, and Olen Islilid at 4 p. m. Giving one-ualf hour longer on the Island than pre vious seasons. The attractions ut the Island are well known, but we will mention thoso Superior Dinners, Glen Island Clambakes, Little Germany, Boating, Bathing. Dally Concerts at the grand pavilion, and other attractions that go to make up a nrst-clasa summer resort. Pare, round trip, 75c; children between ages of S and 12, 40c; one way, 50c. Spe cial rates to parties of 100 or over. Music for dancing on boat. No liquors allowed on boat, which is a sufficient guarantee that ladles and children need not fear molesta tion. C. H. FISHER, Agent. Take Water St. cars to Brewery St. jyl NEW STEAMER MARGARET will observe following schedule: a.m. p.m. Leave New Haven (Belle Dock).. 9:30 2:00 Arrive Pico Pnrk 10:25 2:ii0 Arrive Brnnford Point 10:ii3 3:00 Arrive Pawson Park 10:40 3:10 RETURNING: a.m. p.m. Leave Pico Park 11:40 5:35 Leave Branfonl Point 11:50 5:45 Leave Pawson Park 12:00 0:00 Arrive at New Haven 1 p. m. 7:00 A sail will he extended around the Island on afternoon trip down. Sunday time from New Haven: 10:30 a.m. and 2 p. m. E. H. MARTIN, Sup't. 1 Benedict Building, Evenings. Your Shirts ai Collars Will wear well and fit, too, if laundered by us. TRY IT. . Telephone or postal brings the wagon. TEOY STEAM LAMM, 80 Center Street. A. CRAWFORD, Proprietor. THE APOLLO LAMP the most econnm. leal Lamp ever manufactured consumes only 24 cubic feet of gas per hour; less than any other Lamp in the market. The Apollo Lamp can be adjusted to any Gas Fixture, is adapted for natural, coal or eaa- oline gas, and is provided with $n Auto matic Keguiator, wnicn prevents tne break ing or emmneys Dy a suuaen increase of gas pressure. The APOLLO MANTLES are the mt- durable ever manufactured ; they are made in any aesireu unt. xue orange JLlght be ing the best adapted for private dwellings as it is free from that ghastly hue so ob jectionable to the ladles. The Blue-White Liignt is rue uesi uir sures ana wnere the freatest possible candle-power is wanted hese Mantles are suspended from the top iiKe a utiti, ij a. iuui ui uiiiiuriui, same as that from which the Mantles are made. There is nothing to burn off and destroy the Mantles, and their being suspended from the top prevents any sudden jar from breaking tnem, as is emmon with other Mantles. THE ARNOLD GO.. Sole Agents. STATE AND CROWN STREETS. Fifi FOR USING A GAS COOKING STOVE IN SUMMER. 1. It is clean and safe no coal ashes no oil stove which is offensive no gasoline stove which Is dangerous. 2. Economical add the limiting of ashes to the cost of coal and see. 3. It saves a hot and fiery kitchen and keeps your cook In a pleasant temper. 4. It furnishes hot water night or day, If required for the sick room or toilet. 5. It broils and bakes quicker and better than a coal Are and preserves more of the nutritive and tasteful qualities of meats, fowls and fish. We cordially Invite vou to Inspect our laree line of GAS COOKTNG STOVES and RANGER nt our Salesroom, under oflce of The New Haven Gas Light Co. 80 CROWN STREET. Wa Give Trading - Stamps For Credit or Cash. FURNITURE, CARPETS, Etc. 639 Ghapel strest, Haw Havsn, Gonn. Beiow the Bridge, very Article Guaranteed. Pin this up where you can see it. thara cter is Cruuit. Store open Monday and Saturday Evening FURNITURE 014 WEEKLY PAYMENTS Pliiiiiig mi Gasfitting J. H. Buckley, 179 Church St 3 MM New York, Jfew Ilayon and Hartford 11. li. June 13, 1897. FOR NEW YORK-4:05, x6:10. 7:00,. -8:00, '8:10, 8:30, '9:35, xl0:30 a m., "12: 00. 12:05. ed), 1:35, 2:00, 2:30, 3:00. "4:00. 4:17. 4:30, B:10, -5:20, 5:35, 6:30, 7:10, 8:10, 8:15 (Bridgeport accommodation), 9:10, 3:15 p. m. Sundays 4:05, 4:60, 8:00 a, m.. x4:30, x6:15, 7:10. '8:10, 8:15. :10 p. m. FOR WASHINGTON via Harlem River '1:05, 11:50 p. m. (dally). FOR BOSTON via Springfleld-"l:lo, X10:10. ni:05 a. m.'. "1:45. "5:52 p. m! Sundays "1:10 a. m., 5:52 p. m. FOR BOSTON via New London and Providence-2:10, '2:20, K1-.3& (parlor car limited) a. m '12:05, 2:47. '4:20, 4:5d, G:55 p. m. Sundays 2:l0. '2:20 a. m '4:55, 6:B5 p. m. . SPmxrv?iiikIDBK HARTFORD. vffiMn Sf1-0, etc'-l:10. 6:40. 8:00. firs't 2 k ifOT White Mountains 1 41 " in t?d- 11:05 m IVM Hrord). NEW LONDON DIVISION- ' - .. . "cvv ionaon, etc. 2-lo ?( 7:55 9:30, 11:05, ni:35 (parlor L u lted) a. m.. 1!-of: o.j7 0. r J. A 2 10 .1 n iC) p- m- Sundays- AIR LINE DIVISION ' P m- ror JMiadletown, Willlmantio, etc 7:45 a. m., 12:55, 2:33, 6:05 p. m. Sun days 7:15 n. m. noni.'in. um. dletown with Valley Division and at Wlllimantlo with the N. E. R. R. and N. L. N. R. R a t Tn ' . . '.ic vvilu Win chester brnriph NORTHAMPTON DIVISION ' r or oneiDurne Falls. Turner's Falls, Williamsburg, Holyoke, New Hartford, and lntermediata station 7-Kn m and 4:00 p. m. For Westfleld and Inter mediate stations, 5:55 p. m. For Farmlna-ton- New Warffvr and points thia side 7:50 a. m., 12:04, 4:0( 6:00 p. m. BERKSHIRE DIVISION or Derby Junction. Derhv. Ansnni. etc. 7:00. 8:00. 9:3K a m la.nn E-a 4:00, 5:35. 7:50. 11:20 d. m. Sundnv'a 8:10 a. m., 8:30 p. m. - For Waterburvr-7:00. x;M. b-sr a m 12:00, 2:39, 5:35, 7:50 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m., 6:15 p. m. (via Naugatuck Junction.) For Winsted 7:00, . m '!( B:35, 7:50 p. m. Sundays 8:1B a. m.. 6:15 p. m. (via Naugatuck Junction.) For Shelton. Ttnrsfnril Monrtnurn Danbury, Pittsfleld, State line 9:35 a. m.. 4:00 p. m. For Albany. Buffalo. Detroit. CinrAh. nati, St. Louis. Chicago and the West via State line 9:35 a. m., 4:00 p. m. i"or Litchfield and points on S., L. J N. R. R. (via Derby Junction) 9:35 a, m., 4:00 p. m. Express Trains. xLocal Expreaa. C. , T. HEMPSTEAD, General Passenger Agent. New Haven Steamboat Co. Summer Arrangement ioable Wally Service. Steamers Iroiu New Haveu leave Belle Dock, Old Line Pier: C. H. NORTHAM 10:30 a. m., and RICHARD PECK at l!i-80 midnight Sundays 8 p. m. and 12:30 mld uiglit. Steamers from New York leave Piers 21 and 26, East River: RICHARD PECK S p. m. and C. H. NORTHAM 12 midnight. Sundays 9:30 a. m. and 12 midnight. Fare $1.00. Excursion tickets, good for 15 days, $1.50. Sunday Excursion, S1.00. Staterooms and tickets for sale at Peck & Bishop's, 702 Chapel street, and at Mix's drug store, cor. Chapel and Church sts. FAST FREIGHT. Through rates quoted over Express Freight Lines to points West, South, and Southwest, and through Bills of Lading Is sued in connection therewith. CHAS. I. FRENCH, Agent.1 STAKIN'S NJSW HAVJEN TRANS , POKTATIOJ hlSiS. , DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAYS. ' Steamer JOHN H. STARIN, Captalu Mc Alister, leaves New Haven from Starln's Pier, foot of Brown street, at 10:15 p. m. suiiuavs, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Steam er "ERASTUS CORNING," Captain Spoor, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The STARIN leaves New York from Pier 13. North River, at 9 p. m. Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays. The "ERASTUS CORN IN'G" Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fare 75c; excursion tickets $1.25. State rooms, $1.00. Tickets and staterooms for sale at J. B. Judson's, 807 Chapel St.; Peck & Bishop's, 702 Chapel street; Tontine Hotel, and A.' Goodman & Co.'s. Free stage leaves the depot on arrtvnl of Hartford train, and from corner of Church and Chapel streets every half hour, com menclng at 8:30 p.m. Through freight rates given ana ouis ur mum ibbuuu cu yuiuis West, South and Southwest. Order your freight via Starin Line. AHCHOR LINE. United States IVIail Steamships r -KT Vn1r Avav.r floriirrlniv'ie GLASGOW VIA LOiVDO.VOiSKBY. Bates tor aaioon rassaze CITY OF HOME, 60. Other dteiinera, S. Second Cabin Rome. $43.50. Kurnessta, J37.50. Other Dirs., sao, Steeraie Passage Home. 835.50. Furnessla, S4.50. Other Strs., S83.50. For now Illustrated Book of 'fyurs a-i I further information, apply to HENDERSON BKOTHKKS. General Agents. 1 Bovrtlu Grn, New York: or M. B. Newton Co., it Orange sc.. or Wro. Fitepatrlok, 661 Gran, ave.. or Pook & Bishop. 703 Chapel st .-eat. New Haven. JyTSin GLASGOW and NEW YORK ALLAN' STATE LM ' The Bieauiers of tins favorite Line sail from New York to (ilasgow, calling ut ilo viiie (Londonderry), every alternate Friday, Nebraska, Sept. 3Nebraska, Oct 1 Moiiguiiiiu, feiit. 17iJ)ongolian, Oct. lo CABIN PASSAGE: $15 to ?85, single; $0 to $123.50 Return. SEOOND CABIN: $S5, single; $64.12 Return. Steerage to Glasgow, Belfast, Londonder rv Liverpool, London or Queenstown, f&3 50. Any Scandinavian port, $28.50. For tickets, apply to M. B. Newton & Co., 86 Orange street ; A. Goodman & Co., 87 Orange St.; Peek ft Bishop, 702 Chapel St.; John I). Cunningham. 739 Chapel St., New, Haven; or AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO., au8 tf 53 Broadway, New York. AMERICAN LINE. NEW YORK SOUTHAMPTON (London Paris.) Sailing every Wednesday at 10 a. m. ST. LOUIS, Sept. liST. LOLIS, Sept. 23 RED STAR LINE. NOORDLAND, Wednesday, Sept. 1. nooa FRIESLAND. Wednesday, Sept. S, noon KENSINGTON. Wednesday, Sept. Jn, noon WESTTJVT.AXD Wert'rtnv. Sent. 22. noon International Navigation Oompn 7, Pier 14 Nortii River; onice 6 Bowling Grn New York.