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SEW 11AVEJI JOUBflAL AND COURIER. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 20 1897.
THE MOUNTAIN MYSTERY. (Continued from Fourth Page.) tragedy. Burgess was last seen in Sutler's company near a place called Blmberry on August B last; but there being nothing at or about that time to suggest the presumption of foul play, It was supposed by his intimates that he might have betaken himself for pur poses of legitimate mining adventures to West Australia or other distant gold-fields. The discoveries of the bod ies of Preston and Lee Weller, however, pointed to the probability of another and more tragical conclusion in Bur gess' case, and an Investigation of the ranges by searchers, moved by the hope of earning a substantial reward, which had in the meantime been an nounced, resulted In the discovery on January 20 of his body, done to de-ath by a bullet wound, fired from behind in the usual way. In thiB instance, and owing to the longer Interval, the flesh of the face, scalp and neck had become decomposed, and personal identifica tion was well-nigh Impossible, but oth er means of arriving at the truth were not wanting. "After the murders of Weller and Preston," observes a Syd ney newspaper, "some of the effects of the men were appropriated by the mur derer, while other articles, especially clothing, were flung about anywhere, as if the culprit had become too excited and anxious to know what he was do ing. There are evidences of the same trepidation or frenzy after the Black Eange murder. Burgess must have taken off his coat near the spot where he began digging the hole In which he was afterwards buried. The coat was found about twenty yards away, and seemed to have been thrown down as the murderer was hurrying out of the scrub back to the track leading down to the camp." Fortunately Butler had, In a moment of unusual exuberance of sentiment, left a photograph of himself with a re spectable waitress at Gilham's dining house In Sydney. As soon as the hue and cry set In, this was at once placed in the hands of the authorities. It is not overstating the case to observe that in the absence of this one link this blunder, so to term it Butler would to a moral certainty have been a free man to-day, with every opportunity of mak ing further distinction for himself in the art of exterminating his species. At every stage of the various inquests reduplicated copies of this sun-picture led to his immediate recognition as, in each Instance, the partner or compan ion of the murdered men. Even then his case had not been a hopeless one but for a second act of almost incredi ble folly. The effects stolen from Cap tain Lee Weller included the sea-going certificates and papers of that gentle man. Proceeding to Newcastle (N. 9. W.) about November 14, Butler had the au dacity to adopt the name along with the title-deeds; and after loafing about the place for rather over a week he shipped as "able seaman, Lee Weller," on board the sailing ship Swanhllda, which left Newcastle for San Francisco with a cargo of coal on the 23d of that month. At that date the disappear ance of Preston, Weller and Burgess were disappearances and nothing more. Suspicion had not reaphed the acute stage. But in early December the full murders stood revealed, and the crimi nal was Dadly "wanted." Detective Machattie, a highly efficient member of the constabulary stationed at Newcas tle, had a sufficiently acute recollection . of spotting the spurious "Lee weller while that person kept loitering about the port, and when It came to be known that the real owner of the name had to a practical certainty met with foul nlay. Machattie, who on November 8 first obtained a view of one of the cop ies of Butler's likeness, evinced no hesitation in at once pronouncing it as doubly representing the able seaman of the Swanhilda and the missing male factor. Conroy, who fortuitously lolned the police force in Sydney the very day the Swanhilda left Newcastle, and whom Butler had some little time before tried to victimize in the usual fashion, was also able to recognize his man in the copy of the photograph ex hlblted to him by Detective Roche, a superior officer of the force; but the connecting link, the recognition of But. ler as one and the same person with the able seaman of the Swanhilda, was Machattle's notable contribution to the location of the murderer. All further doubt was from this point at an end, and the maohinery was at once set in motion for the Interception of the mur derer before being made free of the shore at San Francisco. Roche. Ma 1 chattle and Conroy were the officers de tached for that purpose, a task which, with many vexatious delays in carry ing the case through the rather formid able complications of the American courts, they have successfully and most creditably accomplished, reaching Sydney with their prisoner on April 27. Chambers' Journal. WESTyiLLE SCHOOL ELECTION. Takes Place This Evening The Old Ticket Renominated. The annual meeting of the Westvllle school district takes place this evening, at which the district will elect a mem ber to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the late Edward L. Hotchkiss, tnd three members to succeed A. N. Farnham, M. E. Terrell and Amos Dick erman, and transact other business, in cluding the laying of the annual dis trict tax. The meeting will be held at Masonio hall. Polls open from 4 to 8; business meeting at 8. Thi3 year, departing from the usual custom, a ticket was nominated at a public meeting. The meeting was held at Masonic hall and about seventy vot ers attended. Charles H. Wardell pre sided and Charles A. Marvin wae clerk. The candidates for renomlnatlon were Messrs. Amos Dickerman, Arthur N. Farnham and M. E. Terrell, who com pose the special building committee In charge of the $5,000 addition to the school, which is to be completed Octo ber 1. Superintendent Hobart L. Hotchkiss urged their continuance in office, and L. Wheeler Beecher Indorsed judge Hotchkiss' ideas. The old ticket was renominated to eerve three years, and Mr. M. J. Pow ers was nominated to serve one year to fill out the term of the late Edward L. Hotchkiss. A. Z. Downes was renom inated for clerk, lieorge Crane for treasurer, - Filford Ford for sexton Francis S. Anthony for collector, and Robert Veitch, jr., and Charles A. Mar vin for auditors. There will probably not be another ticket. This one is satisfactory, and the administration of the school board Is not criticised so much as is the sys tern by which the members have con tinued themselves In office. Mr. Powers, the new member, has al ways lived In Westvllle and is a bright young man. He is an enthusiastic worker in organizations with which he is connected, and It is the general sen timent that he will prove a valuable member of the Westville board of edu cation. ESTATE OF C. H. PIERPONT. Creditors Paid Twenty-Six and Otie Half Per Cent. Ex-Judge York, counsel for Mrs. Pler pont, executrix, presented to the pro bate court Saturday morning her final report on the estate of her husband, the late Charles H. Pierpont, proprietor of the Elliot house. After Mr. Pierpont died his estate was found to be Insolv ent. The report shows that creditors were paid 26Vs per cent. The liabilities amounted to about $4,000. MR. HOOKER EXPLAINS. Reasons For Asking a Four Mill Tax For the Schools. Thomas Hooker, chairman of the finance committee of the board of edu cation, has made a statement explain ing why the board will ask the district meeting to be held to-morrow to lay a four-mill tax to meet school expenses for the six months ending next Decem ber. The fiscal year of the district for merly ended July 1-4; under the new charter the district becomes the depart ment of education, and the fiscal year corresponds with the calendar year. The school tax for 1898 will be laid next December and will be made payable next summer. Provision must be made, meanwhile, for the six months ending December 31 of the present year. The town lays no tax this fall and the state money available for the schools will not be received until next spring. These two items have amount ed to about $100,000 a year, therefore for the current six months the schools are deprived of about $50,000 from these sources. That is why to-morrow's meeting will be asked to levy a four-mill tax. BLUE PEOPLE BRIGHT. The business nan's friend. Bieola nils. are a scientific remedy and tUe only perfect cure for the diseases of the nervous system. n. remedy adapted ror tue Danker, lawyer, uocior, preneuer and merchant, wane Bicola Pills are Intended fnv nil who are afflicted with nervous weakness, they are particularly adapted tn women sum-ring from a weakened condition of the nervous system, with prostration, fainteness, etc. isicoia rma give immediate rener ror rheumatism, all blood and nervous troubles. Discovered and Perfected bv THE TURN 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 Haven: C. S. Leete & Co., distributing agents; J. J. Ailing, D. J. Breuiinn, Arthur H. Barnes, G. D. Farovld, E. A. Gessner, E. Hewitt & Co., Hotchkiss Drug Co., E. Healy's Phar macy, The Hutchinson Pharmacy, Hull's Corner Drug Store, W. P. Keegan, A. R. Leighton, Thos. J. Lynch, Lowe's Pharma cy, I. H. Levy, Ctaas. F. Messinger, Willis L. Mix, S. L. Salisbury, P. B. Sfhurman, E. N. Sperry, S. H. Williams, E. Wadewltz. Mon Wed Fr n r m The Carpet Question solved here. We can sup ply you with reliable makes of Carpets and Rugs. We are quoting as low prices as anyone. We can give you as large an assortment and will supply competent workmen to do your work. Try us ; we are always pleased to show our goods. Don't forget that our Drap ery department is replete in new, choice up to date Lace Curtains and Porti eres, at Bottom prices. 68, 70, 72 Orange Street. Open Saturday Evenings. Cots fie f rice! 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. EARLE& SEYMOUR, SOLICITORS Off American and Foreign PATENTS, 868 Chapel Street, NEW UA9W, CONK. WHEN A MAN Tells you all Laundries are alike, let him try IHK I'UKIJ lilx. We are not like any other laundry on earth, for the reason that we do not rely on what some other fellow tells us as 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 in every detail. We would be pleased to have you call and in spect our Laundry on Wednesday or Thurs dav. Take the Edgewood Avenue Cars. They come to our door. COATS. PANTS, VESTS, DRESSES, RIBBONS, LACES, GLOVES, Dyed or Cleaned. CARPETS, RUGS, PORTIERES. , SPREADS, BLANKETS, LACE CURTAINS, Cleaned and Rcflnlshed. THE POND LILY CO., No. 123 Church Street, BUTTER ! Best Elcfin Creamery 22C lb, 4 lbs for $1.00. Peaches for Canning ; large luscious Yellow Crawfords, Stumps, Mountain Rose, La dies' Choice, etc. Also Bartlett Pears, Plums and Tomatoes. Green Ginger Root ioc lb. A nice Red Salmon 8c car., regular price 13c. Try a pound of Lyon brand Coffee in the bean ; ground to order. When you are in our store call for a cake of White Bo rax Soap, only JJc : greatest trade winner in the city. S. S. ADAMS, cor. State and Court Sts. Preserving Time. NATIVE PEACHES UECEIVED DAlLI FROM XKAK-BY ORCHARDS. ALL VARIETUR fV PLUMS. BARTLETT PEAKS. Leave orders here for Pickling Cucum bers. J. B. JUDSON, 867 CHAPEL STREET. HI 781 CHAPEL STREET. BEST SET OF TEETH ON RUBBER BASE, $8.00 A Good Set at $5.00 Teeth extractei without pain by the ns of our Vitalized Air made fresh at our oQlct TEETH EXTRACTED, 25c. VITALIZED AIR, 60e. Office open at nil boar. L. D. MONKS, D. D. S., Manager ft is a ifi'staken Sdea Of some people that a boy's shoe can not be both light in weight and dura ble. We can upset this idea, and sell you a good school shoe, that will be comfortable and light, yet lasting. . . This is headquarters for Children's Shoes. We make a specialty of Hisses' and Children's Shoes genuine welt. Sizes 5 to S fl.OO; 8J- to 10J, $1.2.5; 11 to 2, $1.50. Boys' shoes at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00. You cannot get better value anywhere than we are giv ing in these shoes Greenwood 773 Ciapet $trei.y Adam and Eve would have used a Bay State Range had ranges then been a necessity. Bay States have been made on honor for many years and sold on merit. They are perfect, bakers, perfect heaters, give absolute satisfaction, and use little fuel. Money savers every time. Our prices will interest you. Every one we sell has our personal guarantee in addition to the manufacturer's. HENRY H. GUERNSEY, 6 Church Street. Open Every Evening. FOR USING A GAS COOKING STOVB IN SUMMER. 1. It Is clean and safe no coal ashes no oil stove which Is offensive no gasoline tore which is dangerous. 2. Economical add the hauling of ashes to the cost of coal and see. 8. It saves a hot and fiery kitchen and keens your cook in a pleasant temper. 4. It furnishes hot water night or day, 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 meats, fowls and fish. We cordially Invite yon to Inspect ouf larsre line of GAS COOKING STOVES and RANOTC r nnr SolmTvnv urtfW office of The New Haven Gas Light Co, 80 CROWN STREET. Plumbing and Gasfitting J. H. Buckley, 179 Church S THB AI'OLLO LAMr the most econom ical Lamp ever manufactured consumes only 2yt cubic feet of gas pec 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 gas, 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 are made In anv desired tint. The Orange Lleht be. ing the best adapted for private dwellings, as It is free from that ghastly hue so ob jectionable to the ladles. The Blne-WhltA Ll ,ltrht Is the best for stores and where the frentest poRsinie cnnnie-puwer is wanreti. 'hese 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 lar from breaking tlicm. as Is emmon with other Mantles. THE ARNOLD CO.. Sole Agents, STATE AND CROWN STREETS. 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 to will please you. Address MONARCH REMEDIES CO., P. O. Box 1108, New Ha ven, Conn. Bold by all druggists. Price 50 cents. g3& ChMieteis Fncll.h Diamond RruA. Pennyroyal pills P V'HTK MFlflnal and Only Sen nine. Druffjrtrt frr CMchetter't Enqlith IHai mond Brand in Bed ud Gold meUlllo hif, (remlM with bine rihhoo. Tfe In ft other. Retiitr dana&rnttt tmbttitit. tionn and imitation. At Drnftft"'" or mm! 4. In frumps foi vtrtlculftri, tMtimonUl and r man. i v.vivir lemmonmii, nmnir raper. Sold bj .11 Loel IirugglHt. PJIILAVA., JPA. . sold by Geo. G 43oodw!n & C o.. ueneral Agent. Boston, We. Give Trading Stamps For Credit or Cash. FUJISITUKE, CARPETS, Etc. 659 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. Below the Bridge. KVEHY ARTICLE GUARANTEED. See our .$i".00 Fully Guaranteed Bicycle and euqulre about instalments. Character U Credit. ml Mm mm, Telephone 852-3. Your Shirts and Collars Will wear well and fit, too, if laundered by us. TRY IT. Telephone or postal brings the wagon. TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, 80 Center Street. A. CRAWFORD, Proprietor. HIGHEST GRADE DAIRY PRODUCTS. Pasteurized Milk AND Pasteurized Cream. Onr Pasteurised Milk la a perfect food. Oar Pasteurised Cream will whip Id from tvo io curee mmntea. FOB SALii B GROCBHS. Dally Delivery to Families. M. B. andF. S. HUBBELL, MAPLE BILL FARM. . , Northford, Conn. Offlet 868 .WoMter aUeat. fr. ffalafboM 153-i, PEBFECTION GLASSES DURANT, the Jeweler, 55 Church Street, is the place for you to go for Glasses of all kinds at moder ate prices. Consultation free. Ire You Interested in the Early Colonial Times ? We have a remarkably strik ing "Colonial pattern" in all the different pieces in Sterling silver. C. J. Jr., & Co. '861 Chapel Street. WELLS & GUNDE, Watohmakara and Jawalara. Fall Mne Sterling SUrer and bilrer Hated Ware. KIMBAL'S ANTI-RHEUMATIC RINGS No. 788 Chapel Street CABINET AND HARD WOOD WORK. ALSO SAWING, TURNING, And Jobbing in Wood ot ail kirtdi EDWARD P. BRETT, Builder, 16 Artisan Street. XelephOM 263-12. 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. SIEDLET BROS. & CO.. 313 State Street,. 171 Brewery Street. VAULTS and CESSPOOLS N12AT1A i l.iiAXKO UX FARNHAM. Prices low uuu uu&iactiou guurauteed. Orders left at - BRADLEY. & DANN'b, 406 State st . ROB'T VEITCH SON'S. 74 Chapel it. LINSLEY & LIGHTBOCRN'S, 33 Br'waj. will receive prompt attention. P. O. Allure Soi. Telephoue BicTcle Earn w hnvo no lob lots or bnnkrunt stock of Irresponsible manufacture or of a qnes- tionauie guaranty io uua- juu. Remember , that a cheaply mane macnine ot auy Kind is dear at any price. Our Goods are all made by manufacturers having a worldwide reputation; who are financially sound, and whose guaranty is as good as juouaiKe uom. 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., Also agents for E. Howard, $100. Phosnix. $103. Packer, $6U to S109. Stormer, SSO to $75. All klnda of repairing on bicycles. R. J. KIRBY& CO., 180 Orange Street. C.PVft.QMT-l.97 . 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. is 1 winner. If yoo wnnt to be in the race, ride a . "BLUE STREAK" and you won't be long. Tribunes, Charter Oaks and Eurekas. PRICES RIGHT. JOHN BROWN, 153-157 GEOHGli STKEKT. Open Monday and Saturday Evenings. THE RACYCLE. 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 yoa know what this menng ? Come In and ex amine It (it 360 STATE STREET. SILAS G-ALPIN. pXisceUaneows. S. LEWIS' Storage Ware!ii)dsss, 80 Olive Street and , aiW Whalley Avenue. Largest and most complete facilities In the State. Private apartments securely locked. ; Packing and transferring. an7 v Pure Provision Places Church and Elm Streets. ' 275 Edgewood Ave. Woodmont-at-the-shore. If we should commence talking about our low prices, we might possibly make too much of them. On the other hand we are not a particle afraid of exaggerating the good qualities of our provisions. Health first, wealth after wards. Are you getting the gro cery service you deserve ? Telephone (267. The R. H. NESBIT CO. New York, New Haven and HartfordR.lt. June 13, 187. FOR NEW YORK 4:05, 4:60. x6:W 7:00,. '8:00, g;10, 8:30, '9:35. xl0:30 a. m.. 'iOO, 12:05, 1:30 (parlor car limit ed), 1:35, 2:00, 2:30, 3:00, 4:00, i:l7. 4:30, H-.IO, '0;2Q, 6:35, 6:30. '7:10, 8:10, 8:15 (Bridgeport accommodation), 9:10, 9:15 p. m. Sundays 4:05, i:50, 8:00 a, m., x4:30. x6:15, 1:10, 8:10, 8:15. S:ia P. la. FOR WASHINGTON via Harlem Jr1:05' 11:B0 P- m- (daily). R BOSTON via Sprlnjrfleld-1:10, xl0:10, mm a. m., .n:45, '5:52 p. m! t?ys1:1 m- 5:62 P. m. FOR BOSTON via New London and Providence-: 10, 2:20, '11:35 (parlor car limited a. m io.ok ..at .oa I .od, b;o5 p. m. Sundays 2:10. 2:20 SkW3' 6:B5 P- m. : SPRTNr"?SIDBN' HARTFORD. flrat tnn H.. vnue Mounta ns. 8:05, 9:65 U-iTfrn m lVia 10 -Hartford). davB-Si'in - it0 erde.n P- m. Sun. , aw London, eto.-2 10 2-'( 7 5 . 9:30, n:05, ni:3 ( rl 2 -A k bV2:0 2:47' 3:0- ":20 "10 ?2 20 d p- m- Sundaya-AIRaDIl6:55- ' For Middletown. Willimantlc, etc.- HL 12:55 2:33' 6:05 Sun. days-'7:15 p. m. Connecting at Mid die own with Valley Divisioi and at Willimantlc with the N. E. R. r. and , L; N-R- at Turnervllie with Col. Chester branch , NORTHAMPTON DIVISION nm?r Shflburne Falls Turner's Falls. Williamsburg, Holyoke, New Hartford, and intermediate station 7:60 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. For Westfleld and inter, mediate stations, 6:55 p. m. For Farmington, New Hartford and Points thiB side 7:50 a. m., 12:04, 4:09. 6:55 p. rn. BERKSHIRE DIVISION- For Derby Junction, Derby. Ansonla, etc.-7:00, 8:00, 9:35 a. m., 12:00, 2:39. 4:00, 6:35. 7:50. 11:20 n. m Hunrtava 8:10 a. m., 8:30 p. m'. ,F,r Waterbury 7:00. 8:00, 9:85 a. m.,, 12:00, 2:39, 6:35, 7:50 p. m. . Sundays 8:10 a. m., 6:15 p. rn. (via Naugatuck Junction.) .... For Winsted 7-nn a-.is .. 6:35, 7:50 p. m. Sundavs a-in a m k-is p. m. (via Naugatuck Junction.) For Shelton, Botsford, Newtown, Danbury, PittsHeld, State line 9:35 a. m-, 4:00 p. m. For Albany, Buffalo, Detroit, Clncin. 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. 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 Double Dally Service. Steamers lloiu .New liaveu leave Bella Dock, Old Line Pier: C. H. NORTHAM 10:30 a. m., and RICHARD PECK at l'i-m midnight. Sundays 3 p. m. and 12:30 mid' night. Steamers from New York leave Piers 21 and 20, East River: RICHARD PECK i p. m. and C. H. NORTHAM 12 midnight. Sundays 9:30 a. m. and 12 midnight. Fare lfl.00. Excursion tickets,' good fof 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. STARIN'S KKW, HAVEN I'RANS POHTATION wna. DAILY EACJii'J. SATliUDAXS. Steamer JOHN H. ST AKIN, Captain Me Alister, leaves New Haven from Starln'a Pier, foot of Brown street, at 10:15 p.- m. buutlius, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Steam er "EltASTUS CORNING," Captain Spoor, Slondays, Wednesdays and B'rtdays. The STARIN leaves New York from Pier IS, 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. Stats rooms, $1.00. Tickets and staterooms for sale at J. 8. Judson's, 807 Chnpel st.i Peck & Bishop's. 702 Chapel street; Tontine Hotel, and A. Goodman & Co.'s. . Free stage leaves the depot on arrival o( Hartford train, and from corner of Church and Chapel streets every half hour, com mencing at 8:30 p.m. Through freight rates IVen ana UUIb ul muiug laaum u (Jlfllll. Pest. South and Southwest. V ' O. H. FISHER. Agent. Order your freight via Starin Line. ANCHOR LINE. United States Mall Steamships Ball from Now Vnrk every Saturday. GJjABUOW VIA ljOIVDOiVDifiRKY. Rates for Saloon Passage CITY OP HO MB, o. Other Steamers, WO, Second Cabin Rome. $48.80. Furnessia, Sat-SO. Other ' Btrs., 35. Steeraio Passage 1 ' Rome. 895.50. Furnessla, $94.59. Other Strs.. S83.50.V , m , For now Illustrated Book of Toiiri Hal further information, apply to HENDEKSOSI imOTHERS, Beneral Agents. 7 Bowllnx G : een. New York; or M. B. Newton Co., si Ornnire St.. of Win. Fibspatrlok. 861 Grand uve or Pook & Bishop, T03 Chapel street. Now Haven. Jy73n GLASGOW and NEW YORK ALLAN STATE LINE.- The tileutuers of this favorite Hue sail . .T Vn1. L.annn. ..Iltn.. a. M I. XrOul new ivi. w vuojsY, wamug a. vlllo (Londonderry), every alternate Friday. Slate 01 AeliusKu October 1, 8 a. m. MniiKuhau uetouer 10, u.'ou p- Suite of Xelirnskn October 29, noon CABIN PASSAGE: $45 to $05, single; $90 to $123.50 Return. SECOND CABIN: .OK ciiifrlo i ! '..1 IO natfim Steerage to Glasgow, Belfast, Londonder ry, Liverpool, London or Queenstown, $23.50. Any Scandinavian port, $28.50. For tickets, apply to M. B. Newton & Co. 86 Orange street ; A. Goodman & Co., 87 Orange St.; Peck & Bishop, 702 Chapel st. John 1. Cunningham, 739 Chapel St., New; Haven; or AUSTIN BALDWIN & CO., au8 tf 53 Broadway, New York. AMERICAN LINE. NL.VV XOUK SOUTHAMPTON (London rails.) . Sailing every Wednesday at 10 . m. ST. LOUIS, Sept. 22ST. LOUIS, Oct 13 ST-L. WIUL. Oct!? RED STAR LINE. WESTERXLAND, Wed'day Sept. 22, noon SOUTHWAUK, Wed'sday. Sept. 29, 11 a--XOORDLAXD. Wednesday, Oct. 6, noon FnTRi.AXr. Wdlnesilnv. Oct. l.i. noon International NavisatlonOompany, Pier it .utut Kiver, i.uice O JUortiiug Green, Vnrk: l'eck & ISisliop. 712 thapel st. M. Znntler & Sons, State St XI. B New ton, 86 Orauw st, Thos. H. Pease & ison. 102 Church st. New Haven.