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NEW IJAVKNi MOBlvttG JUUJSL AJS'D CUU1UKB. bATUPDAY. SEPTEMBER 4 1897.
NEWS OF THE CHURCHES FEATURES OE THE RELIGIOUS SER VICES TO-MORROW, St. Paul's Church Services for Autumn Begin To-morrow Davonport Church Alo Resumes "What Doth It Profit," liev. W. r. Uickerman'a Text Turk ' Methodist Chapel. The order of services for the autumn will begin at St. Paul's to-morrow, with sermons morning and evening. The church choir will be in its place again after its holiday. The Sunday school meets again at 12:15 p. m. The masons have completed their work In the church and the work of the carpen ters has begun. CHURCH OF THE MESSIAH. The Church of the Messiah will be open for services to-morrow. The pas tor. Rev. W. F. Dickerman, will preac h In the morning at 10:30 o'clock. Sub ject, "What Doth it Profit?" Sunday school at noon. Young people's devo tional meeting at 6:30 o'clock. No eve ning service until further notice. A cordial invitation to all. AT DAVENPORT CHURCH. Rev. E. M. Vittum, now of Grinnell, Ia formerly pastor of the First church, Guilford, fills the pulpit at Davenport church to-morrow, the congregation re suming service in their own house after union with the First Baptist during last month. THE CITY MISSION. Corner Court and State streets. Open every afternoon and evening. Sunday services as follows: 9 a. m., Sunday school; 3 p. m., children's Sunshine band; 4 p. m., evangelistic services; 7:30 p. m., praise and evangelistic service conducted by the young people of the Dwight Place church. The acting pas tor, Mr. Burdette B. Brown, may be found at the mission hall from 2 to 3 and from 8 to 9 p. m. each day. PARK METHODIST CHAPEL. Rev. Elmer A. Dent will preach In Park Methodist chaped on Ocean "View street, Morris Cove, Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Everyone w ho attends ser vice there are enthusiastic in their praise of the light, airy, artistically decorated chapel. All are welcome. TRINITY PARISH. Services and Meetings Next Week. At the Parish Church. TWELFTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY September 5th, 1897. 8:00 a. ni. Holy Communion. 10:30 a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon by Kev. c. w. uispnam. 12 m. Holy Communion. 7:00 p. m. Evening Prayer. Week Day Services. WEDNESDAY September 8th. 10:30 a. m. Morning Prayer and Litany. THURSDAY September 9tli. 11:00 a. in. Holy Communion. FRIDAY-Septeraber 10th. 5:00 p. m. Evening Prayer. Office Hours of the Clergy, 4-B p. in. (at the Parish House, 180 Temple street.) The Rev. Mr. Bispham Daily during the week. Plymouth Church, corner of Chapel street and Sherman avenue; the Rev. William AV. McLane, D. D., pastor. Divine worship and a sermon 10:30 a. m, Sunday school 12 m. Young people'B meeting 6:30. Vesper song service ana sermon t :av p. in. St. Paul's Church. Twelfth Sunday after Trinity. Holy Communion and Litany 9:30 "a. m. Morning Prayer, Sermon and Holy Communion 10:30 a. m. Sunday school ses sions resumed 2:15 p. m. Evening Prayer and sermon Y.:3u p. m. First Methodist Episcopal Church, Rev. Mellvtlle B. Chanman. D. D.. pastor. 10:30. Holy Communion and Reception of Mem bers. 12 tn., isunaay scnooi. z:au, mnese school. 6:45, Ep worth League. 7:80, the Pastor win preacn. ion are coraiany in vited. Oraee Methodist Episcopal Church. How ard avenue and Portsea street, Rev. J. 8. Chadwick, D. D., pastor. At 10:30 a. m., baptism or emmren, reception or memoers nd the Lord's Supper. At 7:30 1). m ser mon by the pastor. All other services as usual. Church of The Messiah. Oranee street. near Elm; Rev. W. F. Dickerman, pastor. Sermon at 10:30 ociock; suoject: "vvnat Doth It Profit?" The public Invited. Daveunort Church. Wooster Sanare. Rev. T C Meserve. D. D.. pastor. Sermon at 10:30 a. m. by Rev. E. M. Vittum of Grlu nell, Iowa. Sunday school at noon. Christ ian rjuueuvur o.ou p. ui. iu eveuiug serv ice. United Church, Rev. T. T. Munger, pas tor; Frederick Lynch, assistant pastor. "Moraine service at 10:30. followed by Com reunion; Mr. Lynch will preach. Sunday school in the chapel at noon. Y. P. S. C. E. In the cnnpei at o:i. First BaDtist Church (Wooster PlaeeV Rev. Addison Moore, paBtor. Services on Sunday, September 5th, 1897, as follows: 10:30 a. m., public worship; sermon by the pastor. v& ociock, cinie scnooi. u p. ni. twilight hour service in the lecture room All seats free. Trinity M. E. Church, corner Dwleht and George streets. Services at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Preaching morning and evening by the Rev. Thomas B. Miller of Wyoming conference, N. Y. Sunday school at 12 m. Epworth league at 6:30 p. m. Strangers .welcome. The Church of the Redeemer, Orange street, corner Wall, Watson Lyman Phil lips, D. D., pastor; Hairy E. peahody, as sistant pastor. Preaching at 10:80 a. m. Evening service omitted until first Sunday In October. Sunday school at 12 m. Yonns people's society of Christian Endeavor 6:.",0 p. m. At "Welcome Hall." Oak street. Sun day school at 3 p. m. Gospel meeting at 7:30, conauctea Dy ir. reuDoay. tr Mr. and Mrs. Edmund F. Mlllett of Waterbury, Selectman James Cunning, ham and wife and Contractor Charles H. Smith and wife of this city, com posing a very pleasant party, will leave to-day for Bar Harbor. r A n.mMn.j cum AnS experience of the world has produced nothing that eqnalsthe wonderful LeaurellkOil Balm. ft prevents tendency to wrinkles ir ageing cf the iiria drying or withertm? of tli skin or flesh, clears the complexion, keeps skin soft, smooth and piiahle In all veath r nd under any exposure, tones down redness, banishes tan, freckles, pimples, blackheadi. Is clear and pore as water, dries in the instant used. Vrw ohAfAfl. abrasions. Chans, fever sores. simute oiwon. tL hmirv after shavinff: deliirhts evervbodv. If your skin is course and rough, try iu The wonder and pleasure of all who use it, and the more you use it the better you like it. 5ttc. and 91.00 at druggi ?ts or sent prepaid by express on receipt of price. Try Wells Invisible Velvet C ream Face P ow ner dc o fiwot"-00 WT7T S'HAIRRALSAM. tf my. eradoally restores th; uatr to orteinal nat. Ural color : elegant tonic dressing, tne- qlau, jjrnR. OTPiSSSd by express on receipt of pre. "niV rie in the House. "ROUGH ON RATS" clears out rats. mice,9S8 fmamoa. iwi-bQtfS.niai.fUiu. beetle 1. . ,- 21 1 LEO Mi. INSIDE A The many friends of Mrs. Nathan Clark of North street will be glad to learn that she is recovering slowly from her recent illness. The Hisses Emma Brown and Jane Kelly and Mr. T. E. Mowen, who have been summering at Walnut Beach, have returned to their homes in South Nor- walk. Miss Ella M. Judd of Pomfret Center, Conn., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. F, - P. Buckingham on Gulf street. Mr, Harold Smith, who has been run ning the baker wagon for Laneo Peters during the summer, serves his connec tion with this firm to-morrow to attend business college in Bridgeport. Mrs. Tlllie Morgan of Philadelphia, Pa., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hanford Wilcox on Gulf street. Miss Albenla L. Fowler, who has been visiting friends in Brooklyn, N. Y., has returned home. Milton W. Hyatt of Brooklyn, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Hatfield, has returned to his home. Harvey Mallory has accepted a po- ition with the Wilcox Brothers, hat manufacturers, of Brooklyn. John Wiard of New Britain, who has been visiting his cousin, Champion Mathewson, on West Kiver street, has returned to his home. Charles Wilhelmy, who broke his wrist several weeks ago, is now able to give his attention to the public again in his barber shop in the postofflce block. There is soon to be a new concrete walk built in front of the postofflce block. It will be six feet in width and will be curbed with blue flag stone. Elbert N. Clark has the contract. Miss Lowe of New Haven Is visiting her cousin, Miss Annie Beach, on North avenue. The regular monthly business meet ing of the official board will be held on Monday evening at 7:45 o clock. The Misses Louise A. Martin and Jes sie Perkins, who have been spending the week with Miss Ruth Smith on River street, returned to their homes in Wallingford yesterday. Everett B. Clark purchased a fine new horse in Fairfield this week. William S. Ford, who has been run ning the baker wagon to Woodmont this summer for Lane & Peters, serves his connection with that firm to-day. The friends of Joseph E. Piatt will be sorry to learn that he was not so well yesterday. A party of five ladies from Ansonia spent Thursday with Mrs. William P. Thomas on Golden Hill. The Misses Hattie and Mabel Ford of Woodbury, who have been spending the last two weeks with their aunt, Mrs. Annie Ford, have returned to their home. An effort is being made to organize a lodge of the Order of Foresters in Milford. While the team of Mr. Frankenstine of Burns' Point was passing under the River street ralroad bridge, yesterday afternoon, an east bound train came rushing along and frightened the horse, which started to run. Just at this point theteam of D. P. Merwin was being driven out of David street and just as the driver got into the center of the road he stopped his horse. This blocked the way, so that hte driver of Mr. Frankenstine's team had to turn up Railroad avenue and the turn was so sharp that the carriage was turned bottom side up and dragged quite a distance before the horse 'could be tsopped. The wheels of the carriage were broken, so that they dropped apart when the carriage was righted. The driver, who was thrown several feet in the air, was not injured save several bruises. The horse was slightly cut about the legs. Miss Eva A. Castle of Ansonia is vis iting Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Beach on West River street. Miss Elizabeth Havlland of New York city is visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. A. White on Orange avenue. Mrs. Wilbur Ford of Chicago is mak ing a three weeks' visit with her mother, Mrs. H. B. Downs. FOOT GUARD OUTING. The Second company.Governor's Foot Guard, held their regular monthly meet ing last evening. Besides the regular business the committee appointed to ar range for an outing was requested to report upon a day at the next meeting. As the field day will some this month the day's outing will take the place of the long excursion usually had by the Foot Guard. GAELIC CLUB GAMES. Flanagan and his Brother to Throw the Hammer Other Events. John Flanagan the champion heavy hammer thrower of the world, and his brother Thomas, the twelve-pound hammer champion, are both in this city preparing themselves for the games of the Gaelic Athletic association, which will be held at Elm City park next Mon day. The events to be contested are the running races at 100, 220. 440 and SS0 yards, one mile, broad jump, throwing of twelve and sixteen-pound hammers, fourth century Irish horse race and mile and a half hurdle race, Competitors in the events will be present from Hartford, Waterbury Meriden. Ansonia, Derby, New York and New Britain, and will include, be sides the Flanagan brothers, Daniel Hoffman, the University of Pennsylva nia 220 yard runner. The officers selected to take charge of next Monday s games are as fol lows : Referee F. F. O'Brien, Catholic club of Jersey City. Judges of track events F. S. Caley, M. L. O'Maro and Thomas H. Flana gan. Judges of field events waiter J. Con nor and P. O'Keefe. Timers James Flanagan, John J Lane and E. P. McKenna. Starter W. J. O'Keefe. Scorers Captain T. K. Dunn, J. H, Dore and William P. Nugent. Announcer F. J. Taylor. Clerk of course Thomas Fitzsim mons. Assistant clerk of course C. H. Boy- Ian. Official handicapper John J. Dixon National A. C. The club had a trolley ride last even ing, and will have a tally-ho parade to night. The games on Monday will start at 1:30 p. m. sharp. TO CONFER ABOUT BRIDGE. Kiniberly Avenue Bridge Hearing the First Tuesday in October. The first Tuesday in October is the day set by Colonel Leach of the United States Corps of Engineers for a hear Ing of the Kimberly avenue bridge Yott Are Using Ammonia, $ probably the "skin kiting" v destructive-to -clothes kind. $ Your white linens have a yel- $ M low look, caused by the alkali f $ in this ordinary ammonia. $ G.C. PAR SONS' DUBEH0LD trade! MARK. Introduced ONIA 1878. has this alkali removed. Bleaches beautifully. Harm- w less to colors. Many times p stronger thanordinary ammo- $ nia, therefore much cheaper, j t matter. The city hall is the place des ignated for the conference. It will be remembered that in the legislature Orange beat New Haven in the matter, but a committee of New Haven citizens went to Washington and secured an order that the bridge be a drawbridge, and the matter was re ferred to Colonel Leach to decide upon a hearing whether a draw or raised bridge was required. Orange desired a raised bridge, which would cost only $10,000, while New Ha ven insisted that a draw was needed to accommodate commerce up West iver. The bridge bonds for the city included the city's share of the Klm berly avenue bridge. While the city does not want to do anything about it yet, both Corporation Counsel Ely and Town Counsel Goodhaxt will urge that draw- be erected. The cost will be about $50,000. Condition of Treasury. Washington, Sept. 3. To-day's state ment of the condition of the treasury shows: Available cash balance, $215, 889,874; gold reserve, $144,178,134; net silver, $22,376,406; United States notes in the treasury, $29,704,163; treasury notes of 1S90, $29,246,079; total receipts this day, $780,394; total receipts this month, $2,451, 9S6; total receipts this year, $60,506,704; total expendltures this day, $1,192,000; total expenditures this month, $5,100,000; total expenditures this year, $S8,7S8,956; deposits in national banks, $17,063,825. PASSED AWAY. George Wood, an aged shoemaker, whose place of business was for years on George street, between Church and Temple streets, died yesterday morning at the almshouse of old age. He had been at Springslde for two months. He was seventy-nine years of age and left no children or relatives so far as is known. Clergyman "My boy, do you know it's wicked to fish on the Sabbath?" Youngster "I isn't fishing; I'm teach ing this 'ere wurm to swim." Tit-Bits. TSL FLOUR to make your bread LIGHT If your grocer doesn't keep it and you wish to know who does address R. G. DAVIS, - New Haven, Conn. PChfcbeater' EnUh IHuaonr! Brand. Efl MYROYAL PILLS unffinal and Only Cennlne. Drngrlst for ChtcUKtttr't Bnglitk Dia-, mond Brand In ftd and Gold mptallle1 boiM, sotted with blue ribbon. Take no other. RtAiie danaerou tubttitu- lioni and imitaton$. At Droggtuu, or nod 4a. Relief for iLndlrft." in letter, bv Min r .71 an. i ii.uvw i cFurnnDi&i. mnr facer. Sold by sit Loral Drtigftfitti. I'll 1LAUA., E Sold by Geo. & Goodwin fc Co., General AgenU. Boston, Mas 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-Sewed hoe. SAMPLE IN OUR WINDOW. We still have a lot of our $3.00 & $4.00 Shoes that we are cleaning out st $1.98 A. B. GREENWOOD, 773 CHAPEL STRF.FT. I so you may depend on PI PI SATURDAY, September 4, 1S07. E. Houseworth, our specialist on the eye, whom we recommend as one of the best, will be with us, and will make no charge to examine the eves. All glasses guaran teed, with prices to suit the times. WELLS & GUNDIO. 7S8 Chapel Street. G-ET THE Engraved Properly. Apply for prices that will interest you. C. J. Moasoa, Jr., & Co. 861 Chapel Street. ttt ISN'T IT CUTE f ! PURCHASED THIS LWcLY L9RGNETTE CHAIN PROM l"HE JEWELER 55 CHURCH STREET OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. L. W. ROBINSON, ARCHITECT Removed to No. 760 Chapel Street. STORAGE. Furniture, Pianos, Pictures, Merchandise, Carriages, etc. Lowest rates and safety guaranteed. Goods packed and shipped to all parts of the world ; by experienced handlers. SMEDLET BROS, & CO, Still e street. 171 Brewery Street. to can PEACHES. We Have Fruit Jars. MASON'S, LIGHTNING, GLOBES, Preserving Kettles. CAN RUBBERS. Also Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Gasoline Stoves, Oil Stoves of every description. You will find our line complete. H. GUERNSEY. 6 Church Street. OPEN MONDAY AND SATURDAY EVEN INGS. Telephone S52-3. VAULTS and CESSPOOLS Ivh.ATI.Y CI.KANKi) BY D1 , FARNHAM. Frices low and atistactiou guaranteed. BRADLEY & DAN.VS 408 State 8t hlS ,V, 5 LluHTBOURN'S. 33 Br"waj. v . -" v ' r.'.iupL attention, i . v. Address Box 855. Telephone 425-12. m mm TIME gtcyclcs. 1897 Model BICYCLES Seamless Tubing, Maroon Enamel, Decorated Frames, altogether a fine wheel ; just ask the many people who ride them. Ladies or Men s mod els. Stock on these wheels is running low. Call early if you want one. KEICHERT'S, 632 BTATH STREET. 1897 Remington, good as new, $60 1897 Warwick, good as new, $60 1896 Remington, $35 New Union, $35 Keating, $25 Columbia, $10 Remingtons and others, $15 to $25 The VERU Bicycle Rub ber Co., 156-158 Orange Street, Just North of Chapel street, Nv.v Haven, on a. Call and See our Alert Special, Made by Packer Mfg. Co., $45.00. Also agents for E. Howard, $100. Phoenix. $100. Packer, $60 to $100. Stormer, $00 to $75. All kinds ot repairing on bicycle. R. J.KIRBY& CO., 180 Orange Street. Handing them down to you at right prices. My guaran tee is liberal. Fresh stock only. ARTHUR GRIGGS. 7 CENTER STREET. Three doors from Orange Street. ' Tne Trikui is a WinDsr. If yoo want to be In the race, rldo a "BLUE STREAK" and you won't be long. Tribunes, Charter Oaks and Eurekas. PRICES RIGHT. 1 JOHN BROWN, 153-157 GEORGE STREJCT. Open Monday and Saturday Evenings. THE RACYCLE. WHY NOT RIDE THE BEST? The Kacycle with Its narrow tread. The only Wheel on earth with chain and sprocket poll Inside the ball races. Do yon know what this means ? Como In and ex amine It at 360 STATE STREET. SILAS GALPIK ptisccUanetfws. HEATING HOUSES. The best work in HotWaterand SteamHeating assured. ALSO CAREFUL AXTEA'TION PAID TO ALL KINDS OP STEAM FITTING. Repairing Promptly Attend To. Bstimatea given. ISAAC TEASDALE, i06 Crewn Street. P. O. Box 1611. 821.00 SECOND-HAND BicrclB Bargains CaS. " 411 tt September on the Sound. GI.OBIOUS MONTH OF THE YEAH, New Haven Steamboat Comp'y. 1. m n 1 rOrULAIt HOLIDAY EXCLUSIONS. M OX DAY, September i. Excursion to New York and Keturu. Steamer "C. H. NOIiTHAM" leovos Bella Dock, Now Haven, at 3 p. m., arrivliiK Nuw York 8 p. m. ltelurnliiB, loaves Pier &, East River, New York, at 12 niitltilKlit, at' rlvius in New Haven 5 a.m. Tuesday morn ing. Lipeu Air alio LTiHiiu oiuuon oneeria by Eben's 71st Koglmeut Band. Staterooms imil Rpsliminnts at recuiar prices. Excursion Tickets $1.00; Children Halt Price. Graiicl Afternoon Outing on lion;; Island Sound. Around the Middle Ground Light. A De lightful Pleasure Trip. Steamer "KKUI AUD PECK" leaves Belle Dock, New Ha ven, at 3 p. ni., returning to New Haven at 7 D. in., giving four hours' eujoyment of cooling breezes. Fine Open Air and Saloon Concerts bv Old Guard Baud. Refresh ments at Popular Prices. Tickets, 50 cents. s3 3t NEW STEAMER MARGARE T will observe following schedule: a.m. p.m. Leave New Haven (Belle Dock).. 9:30 2:00 Arrive Pico Park 10:25 2:50 Arrive Brauford Point 10:35 3:00 Arrive Tawson Tark 10:40 3:10 BETUUNING: a.m. p.m. Leave Pico Park ...11:40 5:35 Leave Brauford Tolnt 11:00 5:45 Leave Pawson Park 12:00 (1:00 Arrive at New Haven .1 p. m. 7:00 A sail will be 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. The above trips will be discontinued af ter September tith. EARLE& SEYMOUR, SOLICITORS 0?" American and Foreign PATENTS, 868 Chapel Street,, NEW HA7JEN, CONlt COMPRESSED AIR Carpet Cleaning Works. imo. IG6 Courc dtreac. Caryeu culled tor aud delivered. Carpets cleaned and laid, also made over ill taut, everything done In the Carpet line. All work satisfactorily and promptly Jone. Telephone call. 1314-2. Give us a call.. yl9 ,WM. V. KNAPP & CO. We Give Trading Stamps For Credit or Cash. FURNITURE, CARPETS, Etc. 699 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. below the Bridge, very Article Guaranteed. Pin this up where you can aee 16 Chara cter is Oreuit. Store open Monday and Saturday Evti FURKIT13RE OH WEEKLY PAYMENTS f n f0UT THH APOLLO LAMP-tbe most econom leal Lamp ever manufactured consumes only 3V4 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 gas oline gns, and Is provided with an Auto matic Regulator, which prevents the break ing of chimneys by a sudden increase of gas pressure. The APOLLO MANTLES are the most durable ever manufactured; they s-rc made In any desired tint. The Orange Light be ing the best adapted for private dwellip-'s as it is free from that ghastlv hue so ob jectionable to the ladies. The Bine-White Light is the best for stores and where the greatest possible candle-power is wanted. These Mantles are suspended from the top like a bell, by a loop of material, same as that from which the Mantles ore made There is nothing to burn on and destroy the Mantles, and their being suspended from the top prevents any sudden jar from breaking them, as is emmon with other Mantles. THR ARNOLD CO.. Solo Agents STATE AND CROWN STREETS! lit D 781 CHAPEL STREET. BEST SET CF TEETH ON RUBBER BASE, $3.00 A Good Set at $5.00 Teeth extracted without pain by the us.' of our Vitalized Air made f-esu at our oiHca TEETH EXTRACTED, 2ic VITALIZED A IK. we. OfHc nratt at flli hoar. 1 1. D. 31QHKS, D. i. S. Manager Nov lork, Jfow Haven and Hartford 11. It. June 13, li'J'i. FOtt NEW YOKK 4:05, H:W, x6:10. 7:00,. '8:00, S:10, 8:20. 9;S5, xl0:50 iv. m., 12:Q0, 12:05, 1:30 (parlor car limit, ed), l:35, 2:00, 2:30, 3:00, 4:00, 4:17, 4:30, 5:10, '5:20, 5:3ii. 0:30, 7:10, &:10, 8:15 (Bridgeport accommodation), :10. 8:15 p. m. Sundays 4:05, 4;60, 8:00 a. m., x4:30, xB:15, 7:10, S:10, 8:15,' a:19 P. m. FOR WASHINGTON via Harlem River-1:05, 1VM p. m. (daily). FOR BOSTON via Sprlngfleld-n:10. xl0:10, 11:05 a. m., 1:45, 5:52 p. in. fcundays n:10 a. m., 5:B2 p. m. FOR BOSTON via- New London and Providence 2:10, 2:20, 11:35 (parlor Jfrlimltl) a. m., "12:05, 2:47. 4:20. 4.55, 6:o5 p. m. Sundays 2:10, 2:29 a. m., 4:55. 6:55 n m. SPRWrTrfnIMN' HARTFORD, vuSn ?ifI-fLD' eto--l:10. 6:40. 8:00. nn tn0U (For White Mountains! (it 3rJA,6 3 5:5A (6:15 to Hartford). T'f "0 P. Sun. NEW LONDON DIVISION n ew' Lnion, etc.-2:10 2-"6 7:55 9:30, 11:05j ,.u (j?mJ-f&r "i lz t-Z'l T05' 2:47' 3:00- 4:00' :20. 910 '(Qui fn faybrok Juno-- 6:15. 6:55 i it .aT'm aco') p- m- "i.a, 8:50 a, m 4:55 b-5K n m AIR LINE DIVISION For Middletown, Willlmantic, etc- tt"k 12:55- 2:33, 6:05 m- Sun aays 7.15 p. m. Connecting at Mid- ll,t?w" wlth ValIey Division and at Willlmantic with the N. E. p.. R. and N. L. N. R. R.; at Turnervilie with Col. Chester branch NORTHAMPTON DIVISION For Shelburne Falls, Turner's Falls, Williamsburg. Holyoke, New Hartford. and intermediate station 7:50 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. For Westfield and Inter. mediate stations, 5:55 p. m. For Farmington, New Hartford, and points this side 7:E0 a. m.. 1?..nd iiMi. 6:55 p. m. BERKSHIRE DIVISION For Derby Junction, Derby, Ansonia, etc. 7:00, 8:00. 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, 9:35 a. m., 12:00, 2:39, 5:35. 7:50 p. m. Sundavs 8:10 a. m.. 6:15 p. m. (via Na.ncatiir.fc Junction.) For Winsted 7:00. 9:35 a. m.. 2:39. 5:35, 7:50 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m.. 6:1S p. m. (via Naugatuck Junction.) ror oneuon, Botsford, Newtown, Danbury, Pittsfield, Stata 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. (H N. R. R. (via Derby Junction) 9:35 a. s m., 4:00 p. m. Express Trains. xLocal Express. C. T. HEMPSTEAD; General Passenger Agent." New Haven Steamboat Go. Summer Arrangement louble Dally Service. Steamers Horn New Haven leave Belle Dock, Old Line I'ier: C. H. NORTH AM ' 10:30 a. in., aud RICHARD PECK at 12:30 midnight. Sundays 3 p. m. and 12:30 mid. night. Steamers from New York leave Piers 24 and 20, East River: RICHARD PECK 8 p. in. and C. H. NORTHAM 12 midnight. Sundays 9:30 a. m. and 12 midnight. Fare $1.00. Excursion tickets, good tat 15 days, $1.50. Sunday Excursion, $1.00. 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 tfates quoted over Expresd Freight Lines to points West, South, and Southwest, and through Bills of Lading is sued in connection therewith. CHAS. I. FRENCH. Agent. STARIN'S NEW HAVEN TRAN3 POICTATIOXLINU. DAILY EXCEt'T SATURDAYS. Steamer JOHN H. STAKIN, Captain Me Allster, leaves New Haven from Starin'a Pier, foot of Brown street, at 10:15 p. m. Suuuavs, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Steam er "EttASTUS CORNING," Captain Spoor, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The STAKIN leaves New York from Pier -13, North River, at 9 p. m. Mondays. Wednes days and Fridays. The "ERASTUS CORN ING" Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fare 75e; excursion tickets $1.25. State rooms, $1.00. ' ' Tickets and staterooms for sale at J. B. Judsou's, 867 Chapel St.; Peck & Bishop's, 702 Chapel street; Tontine Hotel, and A. Goodman & Co.'s. . Free stage leaves the depot on arrival ot Hartford train, and from corner of Church and Chanel streets every half -hour, com mencing at 8:30 p.m. Through freight rates given and bills of lading Issued to points West. South and Southwest. ' C. H. FISHER, Agent. Order your freight via Starln Line. ANCHOR LINE. United State. Mail Steamship. Sail from New York erer y Saturday 't GLASGOW VIA LONDOiVDJSKRY. Rates tor Saloon Passage CITY OF ROME, WOO. Other Steamers, S3. Second Cabin Rome. $43.50, Furnessia, $37.50. Othar Strs., S33. , ' Steerage Puaaaje Rome. S25.50. Furnessia, 884.50- Other Strs., S33.50. For now Illustrated Book of rour ivit furtnec Information, apply to HENDERSON BHOTHKRS. General Ascents. 1 Bowiiur Grenn, Now York; or M. B. Newton s Co., ii Orange St.. or Wm, Fitepatvlck, 681 Granil avo or Paak Si Bishop, 703 Chapel stvoot, New Haven. jy?ui GLASGOW and NEW YORK ALLAN STATE LIE. ; The Steamers of lias favorite Line sail from New Yolk to Glasgow, calling at Mo viile (Londonderry), every alternate Friday. iiungoiiuu nneiiiiwr IV, S u. in. State of Nebraska October 1, 8 a. m. Mongolian October 15, 2 p. m. State of Nebraska October 1, 8 a. in. CABIN PASSAGE: $45 to $G5, single: ?U0 to $123.50 Return. SECOND CABIN: $35, single; $64.12 Return. ' Steerage to Glasgow, Belfast, Londondef rv. Liverpool, London or Queenstown, $ii3. 50. Any Scandinavian port, $28.30. For tickets, apply to M. B. Newton & COj, 86 Orange street : A. Goodman & Co., 87 Orange St.; Peck & Bishop, 702 Chapel St.; John D. Cuninnirham, 739 Chapel St., Ne Haven; or AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO., au8 tf 53 Broadway, New York. ELY'S CEEAM BAXM is apogiHvectire. Apply into the nostrils. It is qmckiy absorbed, M cents at Dnurgirta or by mail ; sample. 10c. by irail. LY BROiaaSS, W Warrea St, New York City. Top 0&Gb&