NEW HAVEN MORNING JOURNAL AND COURIER MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1897.
HAWAII AND IEPROSY.
More About Leprosy.
ITo the Editor of the Journal and Courier:
Aa you have answered your own
Question, "Shall we annex leprosy it we
annox Hawaii?" I have only to say on
.this head that I suppose If we maUa a
dioker with them they will be generous
enough to say "Well! never mind, let
the tail go with the hide," and we shall
hardly be able to refuse it. But what
sticks ma the worst, or did till I
searched It out, was what some doctor
said about it, that it was no doubt a
"communicable disease." That word of
five syllables was too much for me and
I attempted to analyze it, and began at
the wrong end of course, though it
seemed to afford a key to the solution
of any difficulty. On board ships of all
sorts I had seen various kinds of cables;
in some mystic books a "cable tow" had
been mentioned, and I had read of a
certain cable which parted in a nasty
squall up at the head of sloop naviga
tion on account or a piratical craii ina-i
anchored alongside, but I received no
light till I did what wiser and better
men have done before me. I slowly
epelled it out and asked my wife what
It meant. With a look of superior wis
dom that is so very becoming to the up-to-date
woman she said, "Why, don't
you know what that means? It means
that It is ketchin'l" Well, my dear, I
said, how do they "ketch it," or does it
"ketch" them? With great dignity she
'declined to answer any more "fool
questions." So I mused and queried
solus. Do they pursue it with a raw
hide lariat as the kanaka does the
bullock unaccustomed to the yoke, or
the wild asses' colt vulgarly called a
mule? Do they take it by guile as the
sly- trapper does with large or small
game, and do they use a "flgure-of-four"
or a fox trap, or a snare with
which Brer rabbit sometimes finds
himself yanked high in the air by the
Innocent looking sapling that seemed
towed to the earth in its humility? Do
they follow it as the wicked man does
the flea that has been backbiting him,
and when he comes within hailing dis
tance proceed to moisten the tip of his
forefinger and pounce on the victim of
his wrath and roll and tumble him till
the Jumping gear Is so out of gear that
he can no longer make those leaps that
In all ages have excited the envy of all
But why wrestle with this subject
any further, since learned M. D.'s from
the time of Moses even to this day
ihave locked horns in a vain struggle to
fore. We might perhaps be allowed to
ask as to the relative number of those
who die annually In Hawaii of leprosy,
and the victims of lung diseases in this
city with its great medicine laborato
ries, its four score drug stores, its hun
dred and four score doctors, not count
ing D. D.'s and I,X,.D.'s, its two hun
dred professional nurses, its hospitals
and all other aids for the sick? And
you know that of late we are told that
lung troubles are "ketchin' " for dead
sure, and that In the good time coming
all the consumptives will be set off by
themselves very much after the manner
of leper colonies in this and other lands.
Yes! we must annex the trifle of lep
rosy there is In Hawaii, and even worse
things of which that is only an outward
and visible sign. We must annex a
right smart sprinkling of sin of every
kind known to theologians, including
considerable original sin and some total
depravity besides. There is sin per
alium and sin per se mortal sin and
venial sin, sin of omission and sin of
commission. Not so much of deadly
sin ' of the blood curdling sort, but a
considerable amount of the amiable sins
. or sins of weakness rather than brutal
sins. Not much football nor other sorts
of prize fights called by courtesy ath
letic sports. And it follows that with
the sin there must be sinners, and as
they are quite numerous it is not prac
ticable (another cable here) to segre
gate them as they are able to do with
the comparatively small number of
lepers. We must take them in.
The numerous objections of which
you only give a hint are no doubt too
desperate to mention In detail, and we
are left to Imagine something very
dreadful. But whatever they may be,
where is the statesman who will state
them in the eloquent words that poured
forth from the mouth of the Godlike
Daniel Webster fifty-one years ago,
when he so vigorously opposed any
thing that looked like an attempt to se
cure and hold the territory now known
as the states of Washington, Oregon
tond Idaho? With all due deference to
Mr. Palmer of Boston, who Is a natural
admirer of royalty, and ought to have
long since renounced his allegiance to
free American Institutions in favor of
the putrescence of monarchy which was
buried In Hawaii by the republic, it
looks as if the statesmen both here and
In Hawaii are very nearly unanimous
In favor of annexation of Hawaii now,
and that of Cuba when the conditions
are right for such a movement. We oc
cupied and held the northwestern terri
tories without consulting the Hudson
Bay company traders and their squaw
wives and the Chinooks. We annexed
Utah, California, New Mexico and Ari
zona without asking the "Greasers,"
the Digger Indians and the Piutes
iwhether they wanted to come in or not,
and were they not aboriginal squatters
and owners of the soil? And why shall
we trouble ourselves over much about
the kickers in Hawaii whom we propose
to benefit by hoisting the stars and
stripes over them in place of the em
blem of the monarchy which has served
Its day and generation and fallen asleep
and been gathered to its fathers?
M. M. GOWER.
NAVIGATION TO HOLYOKE.
Congressman Barrett gave some mod
ified aid and comfort, on Tuesday, to
those who advocate opening navigation
from Hartford to Holyoke. These gen
tlemen gave a dinner at Boston to five
of the Massachusetts delegation in con
gress, and there made a statement of
their case and urged the duty of the
representatives of the state to take up
the issue. The arguments included the
.general statement of the case, which is
already tolerably familiar. It turns on
the advantage of a competing water
route, and the figures included in it go
to show that in the portion of Massa
chusetts particularly affected there is
$500,000,000 of taxable property, an an
nual output of $50,000,000 in manufac
tured products, a freight tonnage of
nearly 1,900,000, an annual import of
450,000 tons of coal, and that coal sells
In Springfield for about a dollar a ton
more than in Hartford which has both
rail and water freight, while Springfield
has only rail, and wants the other also.
One speaker made statements which
are said to have annoyed the congress
men. After saying that other states
got what had been refused to Mass-.
chusetts, and that most of the objec
tions came from Connecticut, he added:
"If the state belongs to the corporation
which parallels the Connecticut river,
we know what opposition we are to ex
pect. It is publicly stated that this sec
tion of Massachusetts can't achieve any
results because the state is not a doubt
ful one." Mr. Barrett replied at once to
this suggestion. He declared he had
never seen any politics in procuring ap
propriations, and that there was no
more reason for the statement Just
made than there would be for his stat
ins that Mr. Webster (the last speaker)
had committed murder.
When Mr. Barrett came to make his
own speech later in the evening, he told
his hearers that they had been at work
for this river Improvement off and on
for thirty years, and that the reason
they had got nothing was that they
were not united. He attributed a good
deal to the influence of Connecticut,
which he assumed to be antagonistic
because it wants money spent on its
harbors, while if this river improvement
were ordered, part of it would be in
Connecticut, and thus reduce the sum
to be expended on its coa3t. He seemed
to have a wholesome respect for the in
fluence of Connecticut members, even
while he condemned them, for he said:
"Connecticut's representatives will
paint the situation in colors that would
put the rainbow to shame, until you
would think that steamers miles deep
were waiting to go up these harbors,
preceded by a steam dredge." But he
was willing to pull with the Massachu
setts men in the Connecticut valley, if
they would only get solidly together,
make clear what they wanted, and in
sist on having it. He closed with the
words: "Get hold of the delegations.
There Is a fighting chance, and when
there is a fighting chance, there is a
chance to win, and where there is a
chance to win there is a duty to win."
It was all a rather furious demon
stration of the entire absence of poli
tics in making river and harbor appro
priations. Mr. Barrett is probably
right in thinking that Connecticut cares
more at present for coast improvements
than for opening the river above Hart
ford to navigation, but we do not think
there is any such hostility to this latter
scheme in itself as he and the Spring
field people seem to imagine. Hartford
gains nothing particular by having riv
er navigation end here, and might gain
something by the proposed extension.
The rest of the state is not especially
interested in the question either way,
HUNTERS OF BIG GAME.
Long Islanders Arrive From Maine
With Proofs of Success.
A party of young men residing on
Long Island arrived here last evening
from Maine, where they had spent the
past two weeks hunting for big game,
The results of their prowess with the
rifle was shown by the wagon load of
game which was brought with them.
The party is composed of Fred McCann,
Felix Doming, C. F. Earnest and Max
Williams of East Hampton, W. Dimon
Conklinand W. H. Edwards of Ama-
gansett. The men stopped at the
Crocker house, where their game was
cared for by the steward.
The party have been in the woods of
Penobscot county and followed the Pe
nobscot river and its tributaries. Dur
ing the first part of their stay the
weather was unfavorable for hunting,
but the heavy snow of the past week
gave them an opportunity for game
which was not lost. Each of the men
took as much game as the law allowed.
Mr. Conklin said that the trip was
very enjoyable, although the work en
tailed in bringing deer and moose to
camp was anything but light, in some
places It being almost necessary to cut
roadways in the woods. One of the
prizes which is a source of pride to the
party is a porcupine. The deer and
moose are fine specimens and there is a
stock of antlers which will alone repay
the man for their trouble. New London
ONE WOMAN'S WISDOM.
Widow Have you read the will?
Lawyer I have tried to, but it is in
your late husband's handwriting, and I
can't make anything out of it.
Widow Well, if you can't make any
thing out of it there can be but little
in it for any one else Chicago News.
Florida, Augusta, Aiken The Sontli.
The season is open for southern
travel. The Southern railway an
nounces the most perfect dining and
sleeping car service for all southern
cities and winter resorts for the seasons
of 1897-98. The two limited trains the
Washington and Southern Limited and
United States Fast Mail are operated
daily, every day in the year, giving the
most superb service. New York to New
Orleans, Aiken, Augusta, Ashville ("the
Land of the Sky)," Savannah, Jackson
ville, St. Augustine, Tampa, Atlanta,
Memphis, Chattanooga, and, in fact,
any point South or Southwest. Effec
tive January 17th, the "Florida Limit
ed" will be resumed a most magnifi
cently equipped train built especially
by the Pullman company for this ser
vice, and will be operated solid between
New Tork and St. Augustine, composed
exclusively of dining, library, observa
tion, drawing-room, and compartment
sleeping cars. Leaving New Tork
daily, except Sunday, at 12:10 noon,
reaching St. Augustine following after
noon for lunch; also attached to this
train will be most perfect service New
Tork to Aiken and Augusta; also
Brunswick, Ga., and Jekyl Island. For
full particulars, etc., call on or address
Alex. S. Thweatt, eastern passenger
agent, 271 Broadway, New Tork.
that cou jh
Hale's Honey of Horehouod and Tar
j isn't claimed to cure consumption, but it
. will often prevent it. A positive cure for
a cough. Sold by drugzist";.
Pike's Toothache Dropscurc in one minute. '
As Surely as Sparks Fly Upward,
So surely will sleeplessness, nervousness,
loss of appetite and Bluillar trouble shut
tar the cuuslltutlou, make It an easy prey
to nil llfe-demroylng diseases. Bluolu Tills,
tho new discovery, euro all nervous aim
blood troubles. Hlcolu Fills make tho
heart right, lungs right, nerves right,
bemuse they malo the blood right. AS
a Female Regulator BIcola rills are In
valuable, furnishing- pure blood to the
bruin and spinal eord. BIcola 1111. re
covered nnd Perfected l)v THM TURNERS
of Philadelphia. THE TURNERS also make
PO-MEIH-The Infant's Friend, the In
valid's Benefactor. A perfect food. A
new discovery for the little ones and for
TUBXEliS' LITTI.K LIVKB TUltNEKS
A very small pill. Turns your liver.
Duly appointed agents In New Haven: C.
S. Leete & Co., distributing agents; J. J.
AlliiiB. D. J. Breunan, Arthur II. Barnes,
G. D. Farovld, E. A. Gessner, E. Hewitt &
Co., Hotchklss Drug Co., E. Healy's l'har
macy, The Hutchinson Pharmacy, Hull's
Corner Drug Store, W. 1'. Kecgan, A. It.
Lclghton, Thos. J. Lynoh, Rowe's Pharma
cy, I. II. Levy, Chas. F. Messluger, Willis
It. JH1X, o. Li. SlUlsmiry, I-. l. oruurmuu,
E. N. Sperrv. S. H. Williams, E. Wadowita.
nl5 M W F
We have received for
len new Eall and Win
ter Shoes, which for
and Wear, are very at
tractive. The price is only
M. F. Bristol,
854 Chapel Street.
On and after Dec. 1st the
office of The Forsyth Co.,
878 Chapel Street, will be
removed to 123 Church St.
THE POND LILY CO.,
123 CHURCH STREET.
Call and See
Made by Packer Mfg. Co.,
Also agents for
E. Howard, $100: Phosnix. $109.
Packsr, $80 to $100.
Stunner, 5BB to $75.
An kinds of repairing on bicycle
180 Orans: e Street.
WHY NOT RIDE THE BEST!
The Racycle with its narrow tread. Tb
only Wheel on earth with chain and
sprocket pnll Inside the ball races. Do yoo
know what this means ? Come in and ex
amine It at 800 STATE STREET.
In Our Rubber Departm't
Will be found a full line of all kinds of
T?nTiini rrwwtq Including
MACKINTOSHES, RUBBER COATS and
JLUX1.I1U in general.
AIB PILLOWS. ATOMIZERS, WATEE
HOSE, TUBING. PAiivlNO, MATS, AND
AND EVERYTHING IN RUBBER.
All goods of Guaranteed Quality at lowest
The VcRH nvcii ani r Co.,
10U-108 ORANGE! STREKX. '
- Juki North of Chapel Street.
How Are You Supplying
Your Table With
Wi assume that you are using something
besides the ordinary city or town water
supply, as It U now generally recognised
that water as it comes direct from the
mains Is too impure for drinking. Are yoo
using spring water? If so, would you not bo
glad to reduce your water bill to a small
fraction of what It now Is, and save the
annoyance of handling bottles or carboys,
obtaining at the same time equally good (In
fact frequently better) water?
If you are using some system of nitra
tion, are you satisfied with Its results?
Do you get an ample supply of water?
Is it always white and pure, and docs
your filter work well ALL THE TIME?
If not, will you permit us to show yon
how those results caa be reached, by talk
ing with you further, or by having our
agent call on you?.
Call and see the FILTER now in oper
ation. THE ARNOLD .CO.,
State and Crown Streets.
ROVISION JT LACES
Church and Elm Streets.
275 Edgewood Ave.
Thanksgiving served us a
double purpose. ' It brought a
splendid trade, and disclosed the
weak places in our holiday prep
aration. Know what the effect will be ?
Well, those weak 'places will be
made strong. And our prepara
tion for the crowning holidays
of 1897 will outdistance any pro
vision store in the Elm City.
In the meantime let's supply
you with choice regulation gro
ceries, meats, provision, etc. and
not a few delicacies out of the
The R. h. nesbit co.
pESUIT, we' satisfy our
customers. Carpets nicely
sewed and laid. Draperies
and Lace Curtains that hang
well; Shades that run true.
That's the way we do your
work. It costs us a little
more than cheap work, but
you get the benefit.
Large line of Choice An
tique and Modern Oriental
Rugs on which we can save
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS.
Yi Can Sa?e 25 Per Ceil
by buying your
for Street and Stable use of
us. Examine our stock
Brown's Harness Store,
....... , 158-157 GEOEGH BTBEEfc
Cfcteheateri Eurll.h Dtanimd RraiiA.
Eft NY&0YAL PILLS
urltfnnl and Only Genuine.
Safe, aJw,y reliable, ladies tk
Druggist for ChlcAtr'$ Englith Dia-,
mend Brand In Red and Cofo mettUto'
Iboxei. ieloct with blue ribbon. Take
no O titer. Ilcfuat danaerouM nibttihu
tioru and imitctAon. AtDntKginU,orMBd4
In stumps rat aarticulari, testimonials toj
"KUef for jLadtrm" ' ler, by ntim
Mail. 10,000 Tetrtimonlsti. KmuPapw.
Bold by til Local Druggists. pn ILADA-Tpa!
isoia ay uea j UOOuWlD dc Co.,
General Agents. Boston, Ua
781 CHAPEL STREET.
BEST SET OF TEETH
RUBBER BASE, $8.00
A Good Set at $5.00
Teeth extracted without pain by the us.
of our Vitalized Air made fresh at oar office
TEETH EXTRACTED, 25c
VITALIZED AIR. 60c. -
Office open at all boars. '
L. D. MONKS, D. D. S., Hanngev
COLONIAL TEA SETS.
Silver Mounted Clarst Pitchers.
Silver Mounted Leather Goods.
Unique Bon-bon Dishes.
Gut Glass in Useful and
C. J. iBSi. Jr., & Go.
861 Chapel Street.
Our goods are new and correct in style.
We have a large variety of Silver Novel
ties, Solid Sliver Ware. The genuine Wil
liam Rogers 1'latod Ware, watches and
All goods marked In plain figures at
DURANT'S, 55 Church Street.
Neap. W waea
We give Trading Coupons
WELLS fe GUNDE,
Watchmakers and Jewelers,
Foil Mne Sterling SllTer and
SUrer flated Ware.
KIMBAL'S AHTI-RHEUMATI& RINGS
No. 788 Chapel Strut
Carpet Cleaning Works.
No. 106 Court Streat.
Carpets called for and uell vuiud.
Carpets cleaned aiU laid, also made oven
In fact, everything done In the Carpet line.
All work satisfactorily and promptly
Bone. Telephone call 1314-2. Give us a call.
CABINET AND HARD WOOD
ALSO SAWING. TURNING,
And JOBBING IN WOOD of all kinds.
EDWARD P. BRETT, Builder.
16 Artisan Street
, U. S.N.
A Paint for Floors,
Interior and Exterior.
Dries Hard in One Night.
High G-loss Finish.
Bend for Circular. --
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
3396-98 State Streat.
Trsger's Hots! and Restaurant,
' Reopened under the management of
GEO. T. SANDALLS.
Formerly with Park Ave. Hotel, N. Y.
Cuisine and service unexcelled.
Special attention to Theater Parties and
Banquets. o5 tf
WOOSTER P. ENSIGN.
Successor to WOOSTER A. ENSIGN & SON,
Iron and Steel.
Manufacturers' and Blacksmith
75 ORANGE STREET,
e4 tf NEW HAVEN, CONN.
The Best SKILL,
The Best SOAP,
The Best STARCH.
Three reasons why the TROY STEAM
LAUNDRY does the very best work with
practically no wear.
All work guaranteed.
A trial will generally moke a patron.
Will you try it J
TROY STEAM LAOIBY,
80 Center Street
S. A.m ZjETWIS'
35 Olive Street and Whalley
Largest and most complete facilities la
Private apartments securely locked. J
Packing and transferring. ggf
We Give Trading Stamps
For Credit or Cash.
FUBMIUfiE, CARPETS, Etc.
699 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn
Below tbe Bridge.
EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED.
See our 26.0O Fully Guarsnteed Bicycle
and enquire about instalments.
Character is Credit.
E ABLE &
American and Eoreign
868 Chapel Street,
HEW HAtMSK, CONK.
HIGHEST GRADE DAIRY PRODUCTS.
Onr Pasteurized Milk is a perfect food.
Oar Pasteurized Cream will whip la from
two to three minutes.
For Sale by Grocers.
DAILX DULlViOKY. TO FAMILIES.
M. B. andF. S. HUBBELL,
MAPLE HILL FARM,
Office 258 Wooster Street.
L. W. KOBINSON,
No. 760 Chapel Street.
for cooking purposes. Noth
ing like it in small kitchens.
Nothing like it for quick
heat. Nothing like it for
keeping the flavor and nutri
ment in the ( food that's
cooked. Nothing like it for
the regulation of fuel bills.
Better use gas heat for
warming small rooms. Noth
ing like the immediate pres
ence of it on cold days and
the immediate absence of it
on warm days. Nothing
like it for cleanliness and
health. The one satisfac
tory way to apply gas heat
is through ou'r Gas Stoves,
Ranges, Radiators, Grates,
Logs, etc. Full particulars
cheerfully given in our Base
THE NEW HAVEN
GAS LIGHT COMPANY
fclWIl ""I"' " "
80 CROW ST.
Come to us and have it
done. It doesn't matter
whether you are a cus
tomer or not, you are wel
come. We realize that
there is no place for ladies
to have their shoes cleaned
and Bhined; and for this
H reason we have had a stand
fitted up in our store, where
our customers and their
S friends are welcome. 1
H There is no charge,
jgg Our stand is a beautiful
Sgg marble top, with comforta
S ble chair.
A. B. GREENWOOD,
h m Chapel St.
New Yorfc, New Haven and
Hartford It. 11.
November 28, 1S97.
FOR NEW YORK 4: 05, 4:50, x6:V),
7:00, 8:00, 8:10, 8:30, 9:35, xl0:30 a.
m.. 12:00, 12:05. 1:S0. parlor car limit
ed), l:35, 2:00, 2:30, 3:00, 4:00, 4:17.
4:30, 5:10, 6:35, 6:30, 7:10, lO,
8:15 (Bridgeport accommodation), 9:10,
9:15 p. m. Sundays 4:05, 4:50, 8:00 a.
m-. X4:30. x6:15. '7:10, 'SUO, 8:15, 9:10
FOR WASHINGTON via Harlem
Tr1:05' "H:50 P- m- (daily)-
FOR BOSTON via Springfield 1:10,
X10:lo, ni:05 a. m.. 1:45, 5:62 p. m.
?.ys1:1 m- 6:52 P. m.
id 5 BOSTON via New London and
.Providence 2: 10, 2: 20, 11:35 (parlor
2 ted a- m- 12:5, 2:47, '4:20.
4:55. Q:55 p. m. Sundays 2:10. 2:20
a. m., 4:55, 6:B5 p.. m.
vfn ,nN(:IELD eto.-l:10, 6:40. 8:00.
K-nn .'K ro1:05 a- ":06, '1:45, 3:10.
?:?L ?:52- 6:15 to Hartford), 8:05, 9:55.
11.15 (to Meriden) p. m. Sunday
1:10 a. m., 5:52, 8:28 p. m.
NEW LONDON DIVISION
For New London, etc. 2:10, ' 2:20.
7:55 10:08 (Guilford ace), 11:05. U:3S
o ..eap Halted) a. m., 12:05, 2:47.
v.?0' x 4i2& I:65. 6:16 o Saybrook
t J 6:65 ":20 (Guilfora aoc.)
P. m. Sundays-.2:10. .2:20 a. m., 4:55,
6:55 p. m.
AIR LINE DIVISION
For Middletown, Willlmantlo, etc.
7:45 a. tn., 12:55, 2:33, 6:05 p. m. Sun
days 7:15 p. m. Connecting at Mid
dletown with Valley Division and at
Willmantio with the N. E. R. R. and
N. L. N. R. R.; at TurnervlUa with
For Shelburne Falls, Turner's Falls,
Williamsburg, Holyoke, New Hartford,
and intermediate stations 7:60 a. m.
ana 4:00 p. m. For Westfleld and inter
mediate stations, 6:57 p. m.
For Farmingto'n, New Hartford and"
points thle side 7:50 a. m., 12:04, 4:00,
6:57 p. m.
For Derby Junction, Derby, Ansonla
etc. 7:00, 8:00, 9:35 a. m., 12:00. 2:39.
4:00. 5:35. 7:fift. 11 :2ft n m Siinriova
18:10 a. m., 8:30 p. m.
Jj'or waterbury 7:00, 8:00, 9:35 a. m.
12:00. 2:39, 6:35, 7:50, 11:20 p. m. Sun-days-8:io
a. m., 6:15 P. m. (via Nauga
For Winsted 7:00, 9:35 a. m., 2:39,
5:35 p.m. Sundays 8:10 a. m.
For Shelton, Boteford, Newtown,
Danbury, Pittsfield, State line 9:35 a
m 4:00 p. m.
For Albany, Buffalo, Detroit, Cincin.
natl, St. Louis, Chicago and the West
via State line 9:35 a. m 4:00 p. m. ,
For Litchfield and points on S., L. St
N. R. R.. 6:40 a. m. (via Bridgeport);
4:00 p. m. (via Derby Junction).
Express Trains. xLoeal Express.
C. T. HEMPSTEAD,
General Passenger Agent
New Haven Steamboat Co.
FALL ARRANGEMENT. '
Double Daily Service,
Steamers from New Haven leave Bells
Dock, Old Line Pier: CONTINENTAL 10:30
i a. m., ana luuiiAiiu 'i.uii at 12:3U mm
uiiiht. Steamers from New York leave Piers 23
: and 2, East River : RICHARD PECK 3 p.
i m. and CONTINENTAL 12 midnight.
! Fare $1.00. Excursion tickets, good fo
j 15 days, $1.50.-
! Staterooms and tickets for sale nt Peck
i & Bishop's, 702 Chapel street, and at Mix's
; drug store, cor. Chaool and Church sts.
Through rates quoted over Express
' Freight Lines to pofnts West, South, and
Southwest, and through Bills of Lading 1
sued io connection therewith. .
CHAS. 1. FRENCH. Agent. .
New Haven Transportation Line
DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAYS.
Steamer JOHN H. STAKIN, Captain Mv
Alister, leaves New Haven from Starln'f
Pier, foot of Brown street, at 10:15 p. m.
Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Steam
North River, at 9 p. m. Mondays, Wednes
flys aud Fridays. The "ERASTUS CORN
1KO" Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Fare 75c; excursion tickets $1.25. State.
I -ij.. fifiT Chnnal at: Peck A Rlnhnn'..
WJ Cliapei street; areiiionc uouse.
Free staire leaves the depot on arrival ot
Hartford train, and from corner of Church
and Chapel streets every half hour, com
mencing at 8:30 p.m. Through freight rates
given and bills of lading issued to point
.West, buuin auu eautnweBt.
C. H. FISHER. Airent '
Order your freight via Starln Lin. !
American Line. . ,
NEW YORK SOUTHAMPTON (London
Balling every Wednesday at 10 a. nt.
PARIS Dec. 1INEW YORK, Dec. 22
ST PAUL. ' Dec 81 ST. PAUL. Dec. 29
ST LOUIS. Dec. WIST. LOUIS, Jan. 5
RED STAR LINE.
WKSTERXLAND. Wed'sday. Dec. 1, noon
SOUTHWARK, Wednesday, Dec. 8. 9 a. m.
NOORDLAND, Wednesday, Dec- IS, noon
FRTFST.AND. wvfliip-v. rw. 22. noon
Pier 14 jSorth River, omce 0 Bowling Green,
New York; Peck & Bishop, 702 Chapel St..
II. Zunder & Sons, 253 State St., M. B. New
ton 86 Orange St., Thos. H. Pease & Son,
102 Church st. New Haven. ,
GLASGOW and NEW YORK
ALLAN STATE LINE.
The steamers of this favorite Line sail
from New York to Glasgow, calling at Wo-
ville (Londonderry) as tollows:
State of K&ri? 8
S35, single; $64.12 Return.
Steeraze to Glasgow, Belfast, Londondet"-
ry, Liverpool, London or uueeuBiowu.
S&50. Any Scandinavian port, $28.50.
For tickets, apply to M. E. Newton & Co..
86 Orange street ; A. Goodman & Co 87
Orange St.: Peck & Bishop, 702 Chapel St.;
John D. Cunningham, 739 Chapel St., New.
Haven; or AHSflN tsALDWlN & CO..
I A University graduate of twenty-flve
1 years' experience in all private diseases of
I n Lost Vigor and Manliness quickly re
stored. Night losses and other discharges
A guarantee to cure every case of privats
Lack of blood supply causes the different
orcaiis of the body to grow small. This
can be cured. . ,
Don't doctor with somebody miles away;
see your physician personally.
73t UiiAl'KLi STREET, cor. State,
Boardnian Building, Room 9.
Hours U to 12 a. m., 2 till 5 and 7 to 8:30
p. in. ; Sunday morning, 10 to 12. nl8
YAULTS and CESSPOOLS
MSATL CLEANKD BX
i iicea tow ana eau&iuciiuu guaranteed.
Orders left at
BRADLEY & DAXN'S, 406 State St.
: KOB'T VEITCH SON'S, 74 Chapel it..
L1NSLEY & LIGHTBOURN'S, 83 Brwajb
i .will receive prompt attention. P. O.
i 4. Adilres Box JTolenluiaa 423-12.
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