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NEW HAVENI MOBKttG JUtliJNAL AJiD C0UR1KB. 31QHDAY. SEPTEMBER It 1897.
BAXK OF HAULAXD'S SILVER. A Storm or Protest Created by the Bank's Announced Intention. London, Sept. 12. The announcement that the Bank of England has agreed to hold one-fifth of Its reserve in silver has greatly astonished financial circles and aroused a storm of protest. Heretofore little attention has been given in England to the reports of Sen ator Wolcott's work and the present ru mor would not be believed unless the Times had given it currency. As a mat ter of fact th low tide of silver makes the opposition stronger. The weakness of the New York ex change Is interpreted as foreshadowing gold movements. Silver, however, is somewhat firmer on account of the small India demand, and has advanced to 25d per ounce. Stocks are fairly firm, with American rallwaysagalntheleading feature and a considerable increase of business on the London account. It is thought signifi cant that selling from the continent has practically ceased. The Milwaukee di vidend and the publication of reports of heavy traffic are potent factors in the situation. AT EPWORTH M. E. CHURCH. A highly Interesting discourse was delivered yesterday morning at the Ep worth M. E. church by Mr. Everett Burnes, from the text, First Timothy, 1, 15. Mr. Burnes is at present finishing his course preparatory to the ministry at the Methodist School of Theology of Boston. He also preached In the even ing. An especial interest attached to his officiating yesterday, as his father, the Rev. H. E. Burnes, was a former member of this congregation, who had worshipped at the old St. John street church and who is now one of the most prominent preachers in the New Tork East conference. The young man is a most promising and fluent speaker and was listened to with profit by all. He Is the guest in this city of his" unt, Mrs. J. E. Northrop, of No. 86 Edwards street The brother of Mr. Burnes Is a grad uate of three or four years ago at the lYale law school, and Is now a very suc cessful practicing attorney at Norwalk, Conn. A NEW TROLLEY LINE .Will Probably Run from East Haven to Cosy Beach. A public meeting is to convene In the town hall at East Haven, September 17, at 7:30 p. m., to consider the petition of the New Haven and East Haven River Railway company to build an electric road from Main street, East Haven, to Cosy Beach, his railway company was Incorporated by the last legisla ture. The proposed line would be about three miles long, for a larger part of the distance over private property. The street from Main street down to Short Beach road would be followed, al most to the causeway, thence in a straight line to Cosy Beach. This would give, by a foot bridge, an easy connection with Mansfield's Grove. If this road Is built there is likely to be another running from Lighthouse Point over to meet It at Cosy Beach. SPAIN iy A. HAD BOX. With Revolutions In Her Colonies She Is Menaced at Home. r Madrid, Sept. 12. The persistance of the belief that the Carlists are watch ing for an opportunity to take advant age of the present embarrassment of the government over Cuba, as soon as this could be done without display of unpatriotic motives, is continually find ing expression In the most Independent and outspoken section of the Spanish press. El Imparcial, in an article dealing with conflicting rumors now in circula tion, declares that it has reliable au thority for the statement that the Car lists are secretly establishing an elabo rate military organization. JENTElt'lAllllUlSNa'S. Hyperion Theater. ' "THE PARIS DOLL." 'X new production by Reginald De Koven and Harry B. Smith has come to awaken as widespread interest In the United States and Canada as would a new opera from the atelier of Gilbert and Sullivan in Great Britain. "The Paris Doll" is a three act affair which has to do with the fortunes of a stroll ing actress, Columbine by name, who has a double In the person of a young woman of title who is about to marry a duke. The complications resulting from the confusions of identity form the thread of the plot, which is said to be very adroitly worked out Miss Vernona Jarbeau will assume the triple pole of Columbine the actress, Cerise, the lady of title and Gaston, a brother of Cerise. Miss Jarbeau will be assisted by a company of clever operatic people, and the production as promised will be given extraordinary richness of investiture as regards ecenery and costumes. "The Paris Doll" will be presented at the Hyperion Wednesday and Thurs day evenings and at the matinee on Wednesday. Sale of seats now open. Evening prices $1, 75c, 50c and 25c. Matinee prices 75c, 50c and 25c. "TWIN SAINTS." It is- seldom that such an array of clever people are seen together as Man agers Wagenhals and Kemper have en gaged for their new comedy, "Twin Saints," which will be the attraction at the Hyperion Saturday matinee and evening. The following well known tal ent will assist, namely: Theodore Bab cock, Sol Aiken, Thomas Ross, Jennie Weathersby, Una Abell, Julie Klngsley, Ysobel Hasklns, Louise McElroy, and others. This is the self same cast that will be seen during the run of the comedy in New York, where it begins an indefinite engagement, after its preliminary tour on the road. Sale of seats opens Wednesday evening. Prices $1, 75c, 50c, 25c Matinee prices 75c, 50c and 25c. Grand Opera House. A bright, sparkling play is "McGinty The Sport," which commences a three days' engagement at the Grand opera (house to-night, with the usual matinees Tuesday and Wednesday. The dialogue Is bright, and many odd sayings, unique ideas, and funny situations introduced. No player of the present time is any more successful in this sort of comedy than Joe Flynn, who is the star and feature of "McGinty the Sport" Co. He has a well established reputation as a comedian of inimitable talent, and jvhose humorous propensities are acute- ly active. The supporting company Is one of excellence and Immeasurably su perior to any that has heretofore pre sented this sort of farce comedy. The cast numbers twenty-two people. Among them will be found the names of Charles F. Jerome, James Wesley Mack, Burt Ross, Harry Watson, John Fields, the American Macs, Mattle Nichols, Lillian Dayton,, Florrle Evans, Gladys Van, Bonita Loving, Blanche Creafo, Alice Mack, Amy Martell, Blanche Nichols, Schumann sisters. "SHANTY TOWN." "Shanty Town," the strikingly signif icant title of the comedy written by that well known dramatic author, Opie Read, for the sterling Irish character comedian, "Tom Nawn," who will im personate the part of "Michael Ma- lone," a natural Irishman seen in every day life. A car load of special scenery is carried by the company for this pro duction, which will be seen at the Grand opera house Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with regular Friday and Saturday matinee. Poll's Wonderland Tlientnr. The second week of the season at Poll's Wonderland theater begins to day, with the great Mclntyre and Heath for the star feature. These comedians rank among the very best of the black face entertainers, and there are few who ever put on the burnt cork that have made the success" that has attend ed them. For a number of years they have been at the head of their own vau deville combination, and this season again they will take a company on the road. As they do not start out, how ever, until next month, Manager Poll took advantage of the fact to book them for a week. It is many years since they have been seen in New Ha ven, though many of our older show- goers will remember them. They have prospered much since their last appear ance in this ilty, and many who know them only by their great reputation In the vaudeville world will be anxious to see them and be entertained by their merry comedy. To strengthen their comedy efforts Manager Poll has book ed a supporting company which has a great number of comedians of recog nized ability. Among others are Mr. Stlnson and Miss Weston, the Krone man brothers, Johnny and Bertha Glea son, the Greater New York Trio, Dry den and Leslie, Miss Mabel Macklln, and Lewis and Elliott. Popular prices, 10 and 20 cents; ladies admitted after noons, all parts of the house, for 10 cents. Bicycles checked free on appli cation to the doortender. ANNUAL TRIP TO OYSTER BEDS. The Invitations for the annual excur sion to the oyster beds of the Smith Brothers of New Haven, have been sent out. The outing will be held Wednes day, September 22, the boat leaving the dock of the firm at Oyster Point at 9:30 a. m. The company will proceed to the oyster beds', inspect the different growths, partake of them served in dif ferent ways and during the afternoon stop for a while at Branford. New Ha ven will be reached on the home trip at 6 p. m. Dinner will be served on board by an experienced caterer. Quite a number of Ansonia friends will be in the party. COMING HOME. Mrs. George Wallace of 87 Wolcott street, who has been spending the sum mer in Scotland.sailed from Glasgow on the Anchor line steamship Furnessia on Saturday and is expected home next Sunday. MRS. WILCOX'S GUESTS. Rev. J. J. Woolley of Pawtucket, R. I., with Mrs. Woolley and their son, Frank, are in town for a few days, the guests of Mrs. J. Wilcox at 70 Howe street. CABINET AND HARD WOOD WORK. ALSO SAWING, TURNING, And Jobblna; in Wood of all ktudi EDWARD P. BRETT, Builder, 16 Artisan Street. Telephone 253-12. ; for the Treatment and Cure oft LIQUOR, MORPHINE ana narcotic urug naoizs. ' Trained male and female nurses. Send for illustrated Catalrwrne. Telephone. A'ldr. DR. ROSE'S SANITARIUM, Jy2 eod n r m Simply because we have certain Hues that we do not care to carry over the season. There is abso lutely nothing the matter 'with these low-priced shoes except we have too many of them. It will pay you to take advantage of this sale if you want to get good value for little money. These shoes are our 53.00 and $4.00 lines, and we are closing them out for fl.l Style and quality in every pair. JL B. Greenwood 773 ClWpd $t. 1 lTJ?T.Ur.Ll!L... fine footwear at CowerPrices Fife Reasons FOU USING A GAS COOKING STOVE IN 1. It Is clean and safe no coal aslies uo oil Btove which Is offensive no gasoline stove which is dangerous. 2. Economical add Hie hauling of ashes to the cost of coal and see. 8. It saves a hot and fiery kitchen and keeps your cook In a pleaBant temper. 4. It furnishes hot water night or (lay. If required for the sick room or toilet. 6. It broils and bakes quicker and better than a coal fire and preserves more of the nutritive and tasteful qualities of tneatR. fowls and fish. We cordially Invite yon to tnsneet onr large line of GAS COOKING STOVES and RANGES fit onr Rnlenrnnm. under office of The New Haven Gas Light Go. 80 CKOWN STREET. HIGHEST CRUDE DAIRY PRODUCTS. Pasteurized Milk AND ' Pasteurized Cream. Onr Pasteurized Milk Is a perfect food. Oar Pasteurized Cream wilt whip In from two to three minutes. FOB SALii BY GROCERS. Dally Delivery to Families. M. B. andF. S. HUBBELL, MAPLE BILL FARM. Northford, Conn. OOce 2S8 .Wooetar street. . telephone 153-i. Cits ft Puce! 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. EABLE& SEYMOUR, SOLICITORS O? American and Foreign PATENTS, 868 Chapel Street, NEW HAfEN, CONN. Milling anil G asfitting J. H. lluckby, 179 Church THE AFOLLO LA.ui-the most econom ical Lamp ever uiauufactured consumes only 2V4 cubic feet of gas per hour; less than any other Lamp lu the market. The Apollo Lamp can be adjusted to any (ins Fixture, Is adapted tor natural, coal or gas oline gas, and is provided with an Auto matic Regulator, which prevents the break ing of chimneys by a sudden increase of gas pressure. The AFOLLO MANTLES are the most durable ever manufactured: they are niale In any desired tint. The Orange Light be ing the best adapted for private dwellings, as It is free from that ghastly hue so ob- ieetionable to the ladies. The Blue-White jlght 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 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 tbnin, as is emmou with other Mantles. THE A RNOLT CO.. Sole Agents. STATE AND CROWN STREETS. BRISTOL WHEN A MAN Tells you all Laundries ire alike, let him try THE l'OND LILY. We aro not like any other laundry on earth, for the reason that we do not rely on what some other fellow tells us us to how to do our work, in other words we think for ourselves. Another reason Is that WE have a laun dry that Is complete lu every detail. We would he pleased to have you call and In spect our Laundry on Wednesday or Thurs dav. Take the Edgewood Avenue Cars. Thoy come to our door. COATS. PANTS, VESTS, DRESSES, RIBBONS, LACES, GLOVES, Dyed or Cleaned. CARrETS, RUGS, PORTIERES, SPREADS. BLANKETS, LACE CURTAINS, Cleaned and Reflnlshed. THE POND LILY CO., No. 123 Church Street, Your Shirts and Collars Will wear well and fit, too, if laundered by us. TRY IT. Telephone or postal brings the wagon. TEOY STEA1 LAUBDSY, 80 Center Street. A. CRAWFORD, Proprietor. Carpets AND lis. The largest stock, the new est designs, the choicest col orings, ever shown by any New Haven carpet house. We can please you ; the qualities and the prices of our goods are right, and we em ploy none but competent workmen. At present we are showing an especially large line of car pet sizes in Rugs, at prices that speak for themselves. Try us. 68, 70, 73 Orange Street. Open Saturday Evenings. 781 CHAPEL STREET. BEST SET OF TEETH ; ON RUBBER BASE, $8.00 A Good Set at $5.00 rt u vmilflil nrlfhnnt nnln K r h A nm of our Vitalized Air made fresh at our ottlct VITALIZED AIR, 30c. Oftlcp open nt nil hopra. I. D. MONKS, I). D. S., Manager ChleliMter'a EbcTUIi Diamond Bros 4, ERNYR0YAL PILLS -5Tv Original and Onlj (tannine. Safc, alwava reliable, laoic aak f VfdjgjL PnigcUt for CfHche$ter$ EngHth Dia-A niona orana in XLPO MS trout meinuirji hoxM, loaled with blue rihbon. Take no other. Refute danatroti mbstitw tiotu and imitcuton. A i Dractfitl, ftr lent 4 la (tamps fm lartlenlart, teetlmonUli an4 Relief tor Lad to." in letter, br Mtan V 31 nil. lO.OW) Tritimonfali. Hmu Paper. Bold by 11 Local DrtiKgUU. PHIL ADA., FA. 8o!rt by Oea & doodwin & Co., General Agems. Boston, Mm Read Our Offer to All! Who return to us a bottle wrapper, we will mall a handsome photograph. The medicine will do you good. The pho- ... win uif8B yvu. Auuress uuAmn KEMEDfES CO., P. O. Box 11!W, New Ha ven, Conn. Sold by all druggists. Price 50 cents. ( We Give Trading Stamps For Credit or Cash. FURNITURE, CARPETS, Etc. 699 Chapel street, Hew Haven, Gcnn. Below th Bridge, very Articl Guaranteed. Fin this up when you can see U. Chara cter is Cruuit. Store open Monday and Saturday Evpni"- FURNITURE ON WEEKLY PAYMENTS rS DtctjcU 5. BICYCLE SURPRISES. . We have a few new standard bicycles that are slightly shopworn. These wheels arc fully guarauteed and are offered at the lowest prices ever known for such high-grade quality. New Bicycles. Prices for this Sale. One '07 Crescent Racer $47.50 One '00 Crescent Racer $37.50 One '07 Crescent, No. 1, Hlfc'U Frame, rrlce ?7o One '97 Crescent, No. 1, 24 inch Frame, Price $75 So5.00 Three '07 Crescent, No. 4, Ladles', Price $7S One '96 Crescent, No. 4, Lady's $35.00 Ono 'OR Crescent, No. 5, Lady's, 20 Inch wheels.. ...... $!J.0O One '90 Crescent, No. C, Girl's, 24 ini'h wheels $18.00 One '87 Crescent, No. 5, Girl's, 26 Inch wheels $3o.00 One '07 Crescent, No. 6, Girl's, 24 Inch wheels $30.00 One '07 Crescent, No. 8, Little Girl's, 20 inch wheels $20.00 One '07 Crescent, No. 3, Boys', 24 inch wheels $3 50 One '07 United States, Lady's wheel, regular $100; this sale $o9.00 One '07 Sterling, Lady's wheel, regu lar $100; tills sale $75.00 One '07 rrlnceton, Lady's wheel, reg ular $50.00; this sale $39.50 One '97 Sterling, Men's, slightly used, this sale , ; 65-00 One '06 Sterling, Men's slightly used ?45.00 One '96 Sterling Racer, regular $12o; slightly used $o0.00 About a dozen Second-hand Wheels of different makes, at from $5.00 to $30. Bargains, every one. REMEMBER These blcvclea are of standard makes that always command their full price. H. 6 Church Street. OPEN EVERY EVENING. Telephone 852-3. WELLS fe GUNDE, Watchmakers and Javelen. Full ) !ne Sterling Sllrer and biiyer flated Ware. KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATiC RINGS No. 788 Chapel Streak GET THE Wedding limitations Engraved Properly. Apply for prices that will interest you. C. J. han, Jr., & Co. 861 Chapel Street. n ISN'T IT CUTE ? 'i PURCHASED T1S UVELY L9RGNETTB i CHAIN PROM l"HE JEWELER 55 eftURCft STREET OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. W. ROBINSON, ARCHITECT. Heiuoved to No. 760 Chapel Street. STORAGE. Furniture. P'tanns Pirf-nrc Merchandise, Carriages, etc. Lowest rates and saferv guaranteed. Goods packed and shipped to all parts of the world ; by experienced handlers. SIEDIEY BROS. & CO., R13 State - trcet. 171 Brewery Street VAULTS and CESSPOOLS AtiATl.i -CLEASJSD BY FARNHAM. Prices low uuu ausi.uctiou guaranteed. Orders left at BRADLEY & DANN'S. 406 State st ROU T VE1TCH SON'S, 74 Chapel at L1NSLEY & LIGHTBOURN'S, 33 Br'wav will receive prompt attention. P. O Addreus Box 855. Telephone 425-12.' I III Oi.) 7T:- St f H Bicycle Bar pi. We have no job lots or bankrupt stock of irresponsible manufacture or of a ques tionable guaranty to offer you. Remember that a cheaply made machine of any kind Is dear at any price. Our Goods are all made by manufacturers having a worldwide reputation; who are financially sound, and whoso guaranty is as good as "Klondike Gold." Our Prices are just as attractive as those of goods of inferior quality. Give us a call and decide for yourself. The VERU Bicycle & Rub ber Co., 156-158 Orange Street, NEW HAVEN, CONN. Just North of Chapel Street. Call and See our Alert Special, Made by Packer Mfg. Co., $45.00. Also agents for " E. Howard, $109. Phoenix. $109. Packer, $60 to $100. ' Stormer, $80 to $75. An kinds of repairing; on bicycles. B. J. KIRBY& CO., 180 Orange Street. Handing them down to you at right prices. My guaran tee is liberal. Fresh stock only. ARTHUR &EI&&S. 7 CENTER STREET. ; Three doors from Orange Street. Tie Ties is a Winner. If yon want to be In the race, ride a "BLUE STREAK" and you won't be long. Tribunes, Charter Oaks and Eurekas. PRICES EIGHT. ' JOHN BROWN, 153-157 GHOEGB STREET. Open Monday and Saturday Evenings. THERACYCLE. WHY NOT RIDE THE BEST? The Rncycle with its narrow tread. The only Wheel on earth with chain and sprocket pull Inside the ball races. Do yon know what this means 1 Come in and ex amine It at 300 STATE STREET. SILAS GALPIK S. LEWIS' Storage Wareiisasss, 85 Olive Street and 203 Whalley Avenue. Largest and most complete facilities In the State. Private apartments securely locked. Packing and transferring. auT Pure Pi ROVISION A LACES Church and Elm Streets. , 275 Edgewood Ave. Woodmont-at-the-shpre. Fast as fall goods show themselves, we get them. Fast as we get them, you get them if you order. We are bound to buy and sell whatever pure groceries, pure meats, pure vegetables and pure fruits are most seasonable. Any other course would bank rupt us. Telephone 1267. The R. H. NESBIT.CO. k "-trasg--... Kew Yorfe, New Haven and Hartford It. II. June 13, 1SS7. FOR NEW YORK 4:05, 4:60. x6:10. 7:00,. 8:00, '8:10, 8:30, '9:35, xl0:30 a. m., 12:00, 12:05, 1:30 (parlor car limit. ecu, '1:35, 2:00, 2:30, 3:00, 4:00, 4:17, 1 4:30, 0:10, 5:20, 6:35, 6:30, 7;10, lO, 8:15 (Bridgeport accommodation), 9:10, j 9:16 p. m. Sundays '4:05, 4:60, 8:00 a. im., x4:30, x6:15, 7:10. 'SilO, 8:15, 9:10 V. ait FOR WASHINGTON via Harlem River 1:05, 11:60 p. m. (daily). FOR BOSTON via Sprlngfleld-miO. X10:10, '11:05 a. m.. l:4o. 5:52 p, m! faundays 1:10 a, m., 6:52 p. m. FOR BOSTON via New London and Providence-2:10, 2:20. 11:35 (parlor . J6d) a m- la:05. "2:47. 4:20. o.oo p. m. Sundays 2: 10. '2:20 a- m., 4:55, 6:55 p. m. ' SPbtkK1' HARTFORD, iinio SFIr?LD- et--l:10, 6:40, 8:00l X10:10, 10:60 (For Whlto 'tw 8?sLV5:SJ2?? Hartford). days-n-10 . Tffi lPh NEW LONDON DIVISION ,S,ew ndon, eto.-'2-10 2-2S. 7:55 9:30, 11:05, ni:35 (parlor car 11m- 6ai5ma nR2:05H 2:4T' S:0' 9-10 r ,? ! bwo Juno.), 6:15, 6:55 2-10 2 f i a-) p- m- Sundays- For Mlddlptnmr, Tiniii ,.,c : ;"" """inanuc, etc. 7:45 a. .m.. 12:ES !.5f e.n Z days-7:15 p. m. Connecting at Mid- Zlt Valley Division and at .. -........ ,lu lue 1Ni JBJ. R- an4 il. u. SS. K. R at TiTrn.rull.. cheater branch , NORTHAMPTON DIVISION For Shelburne Falls, Turner's Falls. Williamsburg, Holyojke, New Hartlor-i, and intermedin .t.tinn T.cn and 4:00 p. m. For Westfleld and Inter, mediate stations, 5:55 p. m. For Farmington, New Hartford and points this side 7:50 a. m., 12:04, 4:00. 6:55 p. m. BERKSHIRE DIVISION ' For Derbv etc.-7:00. 8:0ft fl-as a m 10. An 0.00 4:00, 6:35, 7:60, 11:20 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. m.. 8:30 d. m. For Waterbiirv 7-nn .nn .e 12:00. 2:39. 5:35. 7:K0 n m Kflo- 8:10 a. m.. 6:15 D. m. (via. MniiE-atiict Junction.) For Winstert 7-nn a-ss . 5:35, 7:50 p. m. Sundays 8:10 a. in., 6:15 p. m. (via Naugatuck Junction.) i'or oneuon, Botsford, Newtown, Danbury, Pittsfield, State line 9:35 a. m., 4:00 p. m. , For Albany. Buffalo. TWrnU rinpfn- nati, St. Louis, Chicago and the West, via State line 9:35 a. m.. 4:00 p. m. or juucnneid and points on S., L. Si 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 Go. Summer Arrangement Ouuble Daily Service. ' Steaiueis ti'oiii Mew Haven leave Belle Dock, Old Line Pier: C. H. NOKTHAM 10:30 a. m., and RICHARD PECK at 12:30 midnight. Sundays 3 p. in. and 12:30 mid night. Steamers from New Tork leave Piers 24 and 26; East River: RICHARD PECK 3 p. m. and C. H. NORTH AM 12 midnight. Sundays 9:30 a. m. and 12 midnight Fare $1.00. Excursion tickets, good for IS 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 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. STARIN'S NEW HAVEN TRA!f8 POKTATION JuINU. DAILY EXCKPT SATURDAYS. Steamer JOHN H. STARIN, Captain Mo Allster, leaves New Haven from Starin's Pier( foot of Brown street, at 10:15 p. m. bununys, 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 ING" Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Fare 75c; excursion tickets $1.25. State rooms, $1.00. Tickets and staterooms for sale at J. B. Jndson's, 867 Chapel St.; Peck & Bishop's, 702 Chapel street; Tontine Hotel, and A. Goodman & Co.'s. .... , , . Free stage leaves the depot on arrival at Hartford train, and from corner of Church and Chapel streets every half hour, com mencing at 8:30 p.m. Through freight rates Eiven and bills of lading Issited to point! West South and Southwest. " ' O. H. FISHER. Agent Order your freight via Starln Line. ANCHOR LINE. United States Mail Stearaihlps oil from New York ererr Satnrdav'-. GLASGOW VIA liONDOXOiiiBBY. Kates tor saioon r-assaso CITY OF KOMHS, 60. Ocner Steimera, S. Second Cabin Home. $4.50. Furnessls, J37.50. Other Strs., S38. - , .' Steerage Passaite Rome, $25.50. Furnessia, $4.59. Other Strs., $33.50. For now Illustrated Book of Jlours an.1 furtner intormatlon, apply to HENDhKSlHH BKOTHUKS, General Agents. ! BowllUT Green, New York; or M. B. Newton Co., SI Orange sc.. or Wa Fitzpatriok, 691 Grand nve or Peok & Bishop; 703 Chapel st 'eet. New Haven. jy73m GLASGOW and NEW YORK ALLAH STATE LIE ' The bleuiners of this luvorite Liue sail from New Yolk to Glasgow, calling at Mo ville (Londonderry), every alternate Friday. Moiiuunau BeptemOer it, 8 a. ffl. State of Nebraska October 1, 8 a. m. Mongolian October 15, 2 p. m. State of Nebraska October 1, 8 a. ffl, CABIN PASSAGE: 45 to $65, single: $00 to, $123.50 Return. SECOND CABIN: $35, single; $64.12 Return. Steerage to Glasgow, Belfast, Londonder ry, Liverpool, London or Queenstown, $23.50. Any Scandinavian port, $28.50. V or ucheiB, umjiy it m. d. hbhiwu og ui. I 86 Orange street ; A. Goodman & Co., 81 ; Orange St.; Peck & Bishop, 702 Chapel st-j John D. Cunningham, 739 Chapel st., Neil! Haven; or AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO., , ana tx on croauway, new xori. AMERICAN LINE. NEW' 1UUK. SOUTHAilPTON iLoudon Paris.) Sailing every Wednesday at 10 a. m. ST. PAUL, Sept. 15 1 ST. PAUL, Oct. 6 ST. LOUIS, Sent 22ST. LOUIS, Oct. 13 PARIS Sent. aijPARIS. Oct 20 RED STAR LINE. KENSINGTON, Wednesday, Sept. 15, nooij WESTEHNLAND. Wed'day. Sept. 22. nooa SOUTHWARIv, Wed'sdny. Sept. 29. 11 a.m. (01TT, A 'T Wpflrf.ii1flr. Oft. t. noon International XavigationOompany, Pie,- i-t .sin-t.i ii:ver, euice tj Bowling Green, New York; Peck & Bishop, 702 Chapel St., M. Zunder & Sons, 253 State St.. XI. B. New ton, xk Orance st., Tbos. H. Pease & Son. 102 Church st, New Haven.