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THE FARMER: AUGUST 14, 1912
FARMER BUSINESS DIRECTORY ave Time O l eiepnone Your Order Your Orders will receive the same careful attention from the merchant whose cards appear herewith, as though you called at their several places of business in person. Use this Directory FREELY you will find it a great convenience. Beaver Board Garages Ice Dealers DENNIS & SQUIRES, 914 Housatonlc Ave. Phone 2888 Iiano Jnining WISSNER PIANOS, Cor. Broad and State Sta. Phone 2526 THE A. W. BURRITT CO., Knowlton St Phone 50E- r 1 " l . , ; c Art Glass BRIDGEPORT ART CLASS CO., 153 .. John r St ; - Phone 10176 Automobile Dealers H. SL FORD Distributor MAXWELL Cars . Liberty and Standard Brush Cars 2 83t Main St. Phone 1273 STARBUCK . & MATTTCE, 'FORD CARS, 359;FaIrfleld Ave. - . V. ' -me 4075-3 Automobile Supplies N. E. AUTO SUPPLY, CO, Let' us prove her we cari'save you 25 to 40 . per cent, on your supplies. 61$ Slain St. - Phone 4260 MOHAMMEDAN WORLD . OBSERVES THE FAST OF RAMADAN. Throughout, that part of the world where Allan is God and Mohammed His- prophet the observance will, be i gin to-day of the great Moslem fast of Ramadan. The fast continues thir - ty days, to the twelfth of September, inclusive, which period according to , our calendar -'Covers the month of . Raniadan. ?thnmttt f-'the. Moslem . year.of - the Prophet 1330. Mohammed 1 the founder of a faith which is now growing more, rapidly than Christian ity and whose fanatical leaders are now threatening a-"holy; war" on the x "infidels," received his 'first inspira , Mom-and revelation from Allah in' the month of Ramadan, and every true --fcelisver' is therefore enjoined by the tnts of Ms. faith to keep a strict faat-throughout its entire course from ?:unriseto sunset When Old Sol i oes"!aown "the Borieffl Rscmadafl' "lid" Is lifted, as the Koran permits Its - followers to satisfy "the most neees j ary wants'? -during, the night . nouns. - In later years this permission has i been. Interpreted to include . profuse ; Indulgence tn all sorts of pleasures j except, of course, that the alleged I pleasures of the cup are always1 taboo to the disciple of the "true faith." The - Moslem - Ramadan corresponds, in its . main provisions, to. the Christian Len , ten '.season, and is observed about as , strictly, according- to the piety of the Individual. . .For the extremely relig lous follower of the Prophet Rama danvl3 a.;real fastiand the nightly in dulgence la" confined '' t6 partaking of -barely enough simple food to - sustain jBfe- ..The ..more wordly Moslems make a more liberal and looser inter pretation, of their. "Sacred - Word,", and eat what they please and asjmuch as they can hold after' the shadows of 'iight have fallen and-hidden their --orgies, from. ;the sight of Allah. v Until. recent. years the observance of Ramadan could not iegin until tb new moon appeared and its presence was officially attested by the Grand Cadi. JCow that the telegraph has penetrated even the wild interiors of Moslem lands, wire messages author ize the commencement of the fast, and It eHn nn Httia ven iniiir fha sky is overcast and the new mon hid den -behind clouds. Two years ago the Grand Cadi refused to announce the fast because the moon had not been seen, although the date of its rising had come and had been attest- . ed to by telegrams from places where the orb of night was visible. "These telegrams" quoth the .Grand- Cadi "may be but the devices of the devil. and I do not trust them. What my eyes have seen, that will-1 believe, but as for telegrams a curse -upon them. The more enlightened officials f the government argued with the Grand Cadi, for it was important that Ramadan begin and end . according to schedule, and at last convinced the man of piety that the telegraph was a purely nuroaa agency ana naa no connection with the devil and his works. Last year the Grand Cadi had been advised in advance by as tronomers as to the hour and minute the fast would begin, and his faith in the Morse invention had become so profound that he signed a "hodje di renting- that the citadel guns be fixed at the time set, which corresponded exactly with the time the moon was first seen by- trustworthy witnesses. After Ramadan comes the month, of Echawall, beginning. Sept. 13. -and which turners in the feast of Bairam, Curing which festival the pious Mos lems "make up" for such abstinence they Have - imposed upon themselves In Ramadan a custom not unlike the Christian observance of Easter fol lowing the penance of Lent. ERNEST SETON, 52 TO-DAY KNOWS ALL ABOUT ANIMALS Born in England, but spending his routn in the oackwoods of wildest Canada and on the clains of the Wpat Ernest Thompson Seton early formed iur acquaintance -with the wild beasts fcnd birds of which he has written so rntertainingly and illustrated so ' per fectly. Mr. Seton's "zoo"' contains about every known birdie and ,mam- pial of North America, and they can Bo everything but talk. The remark febie intelligence displayed by the Se ton animals has caused some faunal haturalists to intimate that he is a feature fakir, but this is Indignantly Cenied by the author. His hunting is Bone with pen and camara, and this tact Mr. Seton insists, has enabled pirn to attain to a closer intimacy fcrlth the birds and beasts than is to be achieved by armed hunters animat ed by the spirit of slaughter. Mr. Seton was -born at South Shields England, fifty-two years ago to-day .ug. 14, 1860. He was only six when jie was taken to the Canadian wllder- t.ess and between that age and twelve he most Impressionable of life, he was Initiated into' the mysteries of the fwoods and coverts and the delights of A dose communion with nature. His formal education was gained at To rooto Collexiate Institute and the Roy b.1 Academy of London, England. Then followed five years on the plains and Automobiles to Hire WOOD AVENUE GARAGE. 103 Wood Ave. f Phone 248 Auto Tires and Repairing THE A. L. SCHAVOUt CO., 357 Fair- , field Aye. Phone 1662 CONN. AUTO TIRE CO. Recovering and Repairing a Specialty New and Second Hand Tires in. stock 241 Connecticut Ave. i Phone 963 T Bakers MRS. HILL'S BAKERY... Bread that makes a feast of every-meal. Once tasted, never wasted. 155 Wood Av. H ' Phone 2308 CROUCH & PLASSMAN. Try "Never Enough Bread.' 601 Howard Ave Phone 1657-5 mountains of -the West, where grizzlies and deer and buffalo and other beasts were his friends and confidants. He became ofitalal naturalist to the pro vincial government of Manitoba, and his researches in this connection led to many original discoveries as to the habits of beasts and birds which he embodied In his first books, "Mam mals of Manitoba," and! "Birds of Manitoba." . These works, - written In a more scholarly and serious tome than most of his later literary productions, aroused', "muchy; -attention f rom scien- 1ofa' nil war- fh wrtrlil. and numer- ou3 spirited controversies were waged over has statements ana v conclusions. For six years he studied art in Paris, whioh enabled him to become his own innrntrkr find hft also was One Of the chief illustrators of the Cemtury Dic tionary and many otner worxs.t - ie married,. in 1896, Miss Grace Gallatin, a native of Sacramento, Cal., but then n.' rifwta ner woman in Paris. ' A few Tears later Mrs. Seton traveld 10 000 nmes ,wi txu. tier ouffDanovtnrpugn tne wildest parts of the Rockies in the TTnitMl Kits tea n.mf Canada.' ' and this journey was described' in ' her booki "A Woman Tenderfoot." k It was two years after his marriage that Mr. Seton pufblished the first of a avrii rvf tn.1f? a.bmrt animals and birds that won for him wide fame and a teorieiderabie fortune. "Wild Anw mals I Have Known" was the title rf this initial Rttemnt to DOouianze the knowledge he had gained, and.lt was an immediate success. j.i was rniJrwarL. hw i 'i rai i tr True cwna bill Staar ' "The Blosxaohv of a Griz phy'of a Sifver Fox," and similar works, which have . oeen numoerea books have servea to arouse an in- tAr-est: in nntiiT Ktiidv throuchout the w0rld, and to transform hundreds of thousands of adult ana cnMaren into amateur naturalists , and students of wUrt UfAN irat.tiAi thftn -metro- hllrtters with a lust for indiscriminate siaugn Mr Retvn' home. "Wvndvsrul." ' Is at Cos Cob, Conn., only about forty miles fircari New fork City. Despite its proximity to the metropolis, the locality naa retain ea most 01 its orig inal wildness. and from his doorstep Mr. Seton can hold converse with the foxes and squirrels, ducks and loons and! other animals and birds that in habit; .the neighborhood, ..." ! . Robert W. Herter, Lawrenceville. Mo., who had ; 'been bothered with Kidney trouble for two years, says "I tried three different kinds of kid ney pills but with rto relief. My neighbor told me to use Foley Kid ney Pills, I took . three bottles of them, and got a permanent cure. I recommend them to everybody." F. L. Curtis. , 1 3 5; MOTOR TRUCKS FRANK PAINE, Packard trucks, , general moter trucing. long dis tance moving,, eftc. Phone Blue Ribbon Garage. B27 tf MAIL ORDER I MADE $50,000 In five years in the mail order business; began with $5. Bend 'for free booklet. Tells how. Heacock, 765. Lockport, n. Y. . '. ' R28 2 3 4 56 tf LADIES' ATTENTION Ladies will avoid worry by using our remedy xor.aeiayea perioq ana wnich Is the orily;.,reliab"le monthly remedy, for sale ? Thousands of- -.estimonials - we have i from our patrons to prove - it Positively-refuse "all others, no . matter what they claim ; trial sent free. Paris Chemical Co., Milwau kee Wis. , s - . r - T22 tf We : Must Turn Horses Info -Money a! Once 24-twenty Fonr-24 CO I $60 to $250 Apply 3907 Main Street Also Business Wagons, Trucics and Carts V 13 tf , Bottlers JACOB RUPERT'S BREWERY, 215 Housatonlc' Ave. Phone 577 WALTER STAPLETON. Budweiser, ' Beadleston & Woerz. Lumber St. and Housatonlc Ave. Phone 1048 Clothing THE SURPRISE STORE, ' Security Bldg. Phone 1603 Coat THE WHEELER & HOWES CO., Inc. 1221 Main St. Phone 344-2 PEOPLE'S COAL AND WOOD YARD, Admiral and Carbon Sts. Phone 63-4 Confectionery CD. LANE, 1040 Main St. Phone 242 Druggists JENNNIE HAMILTON PHARMACY, Cor Main and State Sts. Phone 832 GETTING SCARCE t SECURE A GOOD LOCATION. Now is the time to Invest in water front property as supply and demand create increased values and the demand for property along the shore Is increasing all the time. The day is not distant when there will not be enough to supply the demand, because nature is creating no more shore front property and THAT limitation must mean big profits to owners of lots near the shore. Fortunes are constantly made in real estate located along the Connecticut coast. The record of any nd all of our beaches is well known. Property bought by the hundreds has ben resold by the thousands. . ' LORDSHIP MANOR is young, but growing faster than any other summer resort on the coast, and property there Is a good purchase for big profits In tbeTnear future.. .History is bound to repeat Itself, and why not? LORDSHIP MANOR is four miles from Bridgeport center. Las regular transportation, gas, tele phone and city water. Wo are offering very choice plots as low as ($500.00) upon convenient monthly pay . ments. . , ... - : ; ,- ,-. ..." . f Write or phono for an appointment. Our auto will call for you at your door.' , , W I ; L E:; N D Ay ;' ;N: ;D A ' C O . . : ; Suite 207, Newfield Bldg., Phone;4620 - ' V- Waterbury, 36 North Main Street,vPlione 1252-12 ' - New Haven,1 No. 6 Church Street; Phone T173-2 FARMER SPECIAL RATES for Furnished -Roomhtg Houses by month or year MISCELLANEOUS WANTS REMEMBER that. Hoffman's Coal & : Wood Yard guarantees the quality and weight of his coal. 269 Knowl ton t Tel. 2292. A16 GOVERNMENT EXAMINATIONS Most thorough preparation $5.60. Returned if not appointed. Partl- culars free. American Civil Service School, Washington, D. C. P 6 r p 6 6 6 6 6 MEN, WOMEN I have a wonderful money maker. If you can give all or part time to a clean, good-paying, permanent business, write Byrne, xWest Philada, Pa. D26 s J WANTED To buy all kinds of sec ond hand furniture. Geo. F. Totams, Redfleld's old stand. 286 Fairfield Ave. Telephone 1015-2. L5a9p WANTED Housekeepers to try "In- fusoria Cream," the finest and best silver polish known. Guaranteed i harmless. Ask your dealer for it. S26 8P" WANTED Cottage, furnished, at Walnnt Beach or Laurel Beach, from July 15th. Small family. Address, (stating terms and location. Vacation, care of Farmer. P9 tf LOST AND FOUND FOUND Milliner with correct sug gestions for both young and old, Eva Rowland, 226 Meigs Bldg. : ' R9 a$ p TO RENT FOR RENT Rooms for manufactur ing or storage. Gledhlll & Co., 421 Water St. - 4 R8 tf FOR RENT One store and rent,1786 Main St H2 tf We Can Furnish You With All Kinds of INSURANCE WE BUY AND SELL PROPERTY WE GIVE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO COLLECTION OP RENTS Anderson&Co. 53 JOHN STREET JSi. WANT ADS. CENT A WORD. BLUE RIBBON GARAGE, 295 Fair field Ave. Phone 3126 BOULEVARD GARAGE, Agents "Win ton Cars;" second hand cars also. 245 Conn. Ave. Phone 1054-2 ELM AUTO CO., 184 Elm St. ; Phone 1901 MILLER MOTOR CAR CO., 554 Fair field Ave. Phone 18 Gas arid Electric Figures H C. NORRISH, 309 Stratford Ave. Phona 2336 Gowns THE WOMEN'S SMART SHOP. A little Paris all our own For those who select gowns at'home 157 Golden HilL Phone 563-5 Hotels ADAMS HOUSE, 40-42 Fairfield Ave. ; ; . ' Phone 1483 CtMSi ONE CENT PER WORD 15 Words 3 Days 35c ASK FOR YEARLY CONTRACT RATES MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE ' - Edwin 'Smith & Co., dealers In shin? e ana sporting goods. You can also ffet your keys fitted,, locks repaired, saws filed, lawn mowers sharpened, and all kinds of light repairing, done at Smith's Gun Store, 95 Wall Street Telephone 33S2-3. BOOKKEEPERS Insist on having our rubber stamps, daters, ink pads, and stamp supplies. Our catalogue for the asking. The Schwerdtle Stamp Co., 41 Cannon St. . . ,L8 d I BUY OLD HORSES to kill. Re move dead ones free of charge any where within 25 miles of Bridge port. F. h. Daniels, 2867 Madison Road. Tel. 4337 Lll jr-rii iri, your rooms from 52.50 up, i mciuaing material. .Painting done reasonable. Fred Beck, 32 Third Street"" A19 tf SHOE REPAIRING, at moderate prices.'- The .only up-to-date shop , in town. We call and deliver. Tele phone. Goodyear Shoe Repairing Co., 76 .John St. . R2 tf DOOR AND WINDOW SCREENS made to order Odd screen repair ed in all kinds of wood and finish. Estimates furnished. Henry C. Hoff man & Co., 255 Water St R16 tf SHOW CASES Cigar combination and silent salesman, store and of fice fittings. Cabinet work of all kinds designed and made. . Hoffman Show Case Co., 255 Water St R14 tf WANTED New roofs to lay, and old ones to repair. ' Prompt work at . low figures Farmers' Supply and Roofing Co., 246 Middle St. Tele phone 1136-2. R13 aS STORAGE OF FURNITURE Sepa rate rooms, securely locked, furni ture and china packing. Furniture and pianos removed, large vans, careful handling. -. Bridgeport Stor age Warehouse Co., 12S7 Main St., i Cor. Congress St. Tel. 1034-2. BACHMAN'S EMMENAGOGUE MIXTURE A splendid Female Regulator in cases suyi emeu meuBU uaiiuu, 11110,30 due to colds, 111 health, or other un natural causes; $1.75. for the. whole outfit. Made only at the WOMAN'S DRUG STORE 870 Main' Street, Bridgeport, . Conn. ' lady Attendants AlwaysHere I .-fsd GJ gruns, f i k - .1 . t I II tacKI Laundries WOOD AVENUE LAUNDRY. We treat your clothes as our own. If you like the Idea telephone. Wood and Benham Aves. -'''' Phone 1339-4 Lumber FRANK MILLER LUMBER CO., 156 E. Wash Ave. Phone 103 Motor Cycles EXCELSIOR MOTOR CYCLES, S. T. Kellogg, 615 State St Phone 1368 , Nurses' Registry NURSES' CENTRAL REGISTRY AND HOME. Our telephone is for your accommodation, pltis , expedi- ' ency and judicious selection. 1088 Fairfield Ave. , " Phone 834 FDED; ADS; TELEPHONE 1208 Adyertising ' Department TO RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping. Running water. Bath. Address Reasonable care of Farmer. R17 tf Hawley, Wilmot & Reynolds Undertakers and Embalmers No. 168 State St., Bridgeport, Ct. All calls, day or night answer ed from office. George B. Haw ley, 61 Vine St, near Park Av. Edward H. Wilmot, 865 Clinton Av.; John B. Reynolds, 299 West Av. ' . Wm. Lieberum & Son Embalmers and Undertakers Office and Residence 5 3 1 M A I N STREET Telephone Connection , .' John F, Gallagher Undertakers and Embalmers Margaret L. Gallagher The Only Graduate and Licensed Woman lfi the City 571 FAIRFIELD AV. Tel. 1390 ROURKE & ROURKE Undertakers and Embalmers 1295 MAIN STREET. Tel. 1661 Calls Answered Day or Night AUGUST G. BAKER Funeral Director and Embalmer Mortuary Chapel in Connection Free of Charge 1297 STRATFORD AVE. Telephone Connections Calls Answered, Night or Day, from Office M. J. GANNON FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 1051 Broad St., near John 'Phone 3493 : Residence, 3650 Park Ave. r : : ; y 'Phone 1259 Pianos WM. A. TOMLINSON, 15 Fairfield Ave. Phone 2057-4 Shoe Stores S. B. THING & CO., 1153 Main St THE CARTWRIGHT SHOE CO., 983 Main St Phone 1865 Real Estate Agents BARTRAM & GREENE, 164 State St Phone 4591 Spring Water HIGHLAND MINERAL SPRING WATER CO. A pure water bill is better than a doctor's bill and less expensive. 645 Warren St Phone 987 POWHATAN SPRINGS. Nature's crystal beverage Is man's drink. 1794 North Ave. V" Phone 1042-3 EDUCATIONAL THE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL, SS6 . Fairfield avenue: Class, group, and private Instruction in elementary and advanced subjects; Morning, afternoon, and evening sessions; Special advantages in arranging now fOTnext year's work." Summer school, July 15 to September 20. Telephone, 642. R5 bl DRAFTSMEN, mechanical architect- ual 'or structural, are always In demand at good salaries; ten young ' ' men wanted to join club to learn drawing, at home evenings; lnstru rnents furnished. 'Address C. S. K., Box 223. City. , U25 tf FINANCIAL THE CITY NATIONAL BANK, United States Depository Capital, $250, 000; , surplus and profits, $450,000. Frank Miller, President;-David F. Read, Vice President; Charles E. Hough, Cashier: Henry ,B. Terrill,;. Asst. 'tsblerTRobeTt-A, Beers,' Asst. THE CONNECTICUT NATIONAL BANK, of Bridgeport corner Main and wall streets, s. w. Baldwin, President; H. S. Sheltqn, Vice Pres ident: L. B. Powe, Cashier T. C. ' Cumming, Assistant Cashier. Cap ital, $332,100; Surplus and Profits, $350,000. v STEAMBOATS . ' BRIDGEPORT LINE TO HEW YORK FARE 60 CENTS STEAMER BRIDGEPORT leave Bridgeport, Fairfield Avenue Wharf, week days, at 8 A. M. Returning, leave New York, week days. Pier 27. E. R.,3 P. M., foot of East 2 2d Street, 3:30 P. M. Saturday schedule one hour earlier.. r STEAMER NAUGATUCK leave Bridgeport Pequonnock Wharf, foot of Union Street daily, except .Satur day, at 12 night Returning, leave New York, Pier 27, E. R., daily, except Sundays, 11 A. M. Due Bridgeport, 3:20 P. M. Excursions to New York AND UP THE HUDSON STEAMER BRIDGEPORT will make excursions to New York and up the Hudson Sundays until Sept. 8th In clusive, also Labor Day, leaving Fair field Ave. Wharf at, 9 A. M. Return ing, leave New YorK, foot of East 22d Street, at 5:80 P. M. 1 FARES FOR THE ROUND TRIPS To New York. 75c: Children. 40c To New York and up the Hudson, $1; cnuoren, 500 Tickets good only for date sold. Music by the Wheeler & Wilson Or chestra. - L. B. NICKERSON, Act. The New England teamsh?p Company MERCHANT'S LINE . , Dally Except Sunday Tmtas Tv'mv York. Pier 10. VMttt River, 3 p. m. Due at Bridgeport, 7:S0 p. m. Jjeave nnageport, jot Line Dock, 2 a. m. Arrive New York 7 a. v TYt fnrt it information and rates apply to J. B. Shepard, Agent. Matinee and Sunday Excursions Steamer PARK CITY to Port Jeffer son, N.Y., every week day and Snnday Matinee Excursions from Bridge port daily, 1:30 p.m. Returnlng.leave Port Jefferson 4:30 p.m. Round Trip Tickets, good day or issue only, 5IJc lUDlU M VWuaauD vuvoua 4 Capt' C. E. Tooker 6UM31ER TIME TABLE run dally, leave Port Jefferson Will 0:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Leave Bridge port 1:30 and 6:30 p. m. Single Fare, Round Trip Ticket, 91.00. Good time during season. Sunday. leave Port Jefferson 10 a.m., 4:30 n.m. Leave Bridgeport 1:30 and 6:30 p. m. Automobile transportation (riven. For further Information address GEO. M. TOOKER. Agent, Bridgeport or Port Teffersoa Time table subject to change without notice TfTXOTXtlTESSL Smimm Itw 1 1 r M ni.r Imii Tmuim. TyMwdten EWen paint. 9i9 per taoata ttatt 1M rmkAIliTitm T Farmer Want Ads lc a word Ii. E. NUNNOLD, 193 Fairfield Are. Theatres LYRIO THEATRE, 1424 Main St Phone 1681 POLI'S THEATRE, 29 Fairfield Ave. Phone 27 Typewritlng-Muitigraphing GEO. N. SEARS, Notary Public, 108 Meigs' Building. Phone 922-4 Typewriters "?T , - r, til MULLINSTYPEWRJCTER Excfeaaaew 157 State St-' : : Phone 941 PLUMBER ' TYPEWRITER EX , CHANGE,- 1S6 Fairfield Ave. Phone 3339 PIANOS AND, JITFICAIi PIANO TUNING by factorr men, at regular pricts. Ask about our year ly contract plan. Wisener, Broad and State Sts. R1S tf USED PIANOS FOR SALE, standard make, will sell at great sacrifice tot cash or part payment down. Address . Piano, cars of Farmer. HIT ti PERSONAL CARD READER Advice on all af fairs, 25c. Mrs. Levy, 674 Madfeoa Ave., fourth house above North Av, FOR SALS FOR SALE. 1 6 ft motorboat equip- ped with 6 h; p. DuBrJe motor, cover, anchor and rope. Speed 10 . miles per hour. Pries $100. . Ad- drees Bo 759, City. . LI0fip 'ANOTHER PARTY JJPLIT up soma property and wants to sell out either all or part of 15 acres, Barnum Are., Stratford, on the trolley line. Has house and barn, chicken house, fruit trees, etc. ALSO double house on Bar-, num Terrace (big bargain). WlH pay you to Investigate. Owner lives out of town and wants to dispose of same.' Let us be, of service to you., Bertram & Greene; Franklin Block. Insurance of all kinds. Telephone 4521. . Large .feuSdlns to. be takes down and removed, - T. B. WARREN, 29 Sanford BuilfilSS U16 tf HAILROAC3 I fait York jxnm le, lorn TrairG&eave Bridgeport As follows: FOR NEW YORK 1 2:2! Q, 4:41, 5:16,,.6:43, t6:28. t7:17, 7;44. t:25. 8:60, 9:06, 10:0fl, fll:C7 a! li. 12:28, 12:45. UUQ, 1:SJ: 2:, 2f 30. 2:55, 3:54, 5:07. 5:30. :12. 6:80, 6:46, 7:32, -gl, t:8fl, l:li P.M. SUNDAYS 13:25Q,4:4f. 5:16, 8:27, 10:00 A. M. U2:28. 2:1I. 2:27. 4:18, 5:07, 5:21, 5:10, f6:45, 7:32. 7:58, 8:13. 9:2t. 2:86, 10:02. FOR WASHINGTON, Via Harleea River 13:25 (daily) A. M.; l:ll p. M. FOR NEW HAVEN 12:42, 1:41. C18. KS. SSrTat!lX. 1 1 fit A. M. rfflf7, 12V80tl-l, 2:28, 8.34, 3:41, 4:Z3. :ti, "s:30, o:s, :. 7:16. 7:32. -9:49' A10:28. 11:S P. M. SUNDAYS 12:43 1:41, fc:13. 10:13, 10:26, 11:16, ll:tt A. J.L -tl2:47,2:28. 4:23, 6:80. 6:54. f:lf. T7:82, f9:02, mio:z9, "11:27 P. m. TPOTl RnSTOJT. via "Ktve Ixindon and Providence !: 41, 6:48, 10:43, "11:38 a.m. siz-.z to sayDrooK jcx. 4:22. 5:80 to Savbrook Jet- S-.R4 P. M. SUNDAYS !: 41. 1:12. to New London, 11:S3 A. M. tl2:47 to New London, 2:28. 4:23, 8:l P. M. vnrt BOSTON. Via Hartford and Willlmantlc 9:21, A. M. 3:21, P. M. FOR WINSTED and Intermediate Stations 5:00, S7:00. 9:40, Tli:iO A. M. 2:35, to:51, 7:45 Jr. M. SUS DAYS 8:30 A. M. 7:00- P. M. FOR WATERBURY. ANSONIA. DERBY and Intermediate Stations 5:00, 7:00, 8:00, 9:21 (express), 9:40, tll:10 A. M. 2:85, 3:21 (express), 5:51. 7:45, 9 9 P. M. SUNDAYS 8:30, 11:20 A. M. 7:00, 9:07 P M. FOR GT. BARRINGTON, LENOX PITTSFIELD, ETC. 7:00, 9:45 A. M. 4:23 P. M. SUNDAYS 8:30 A. M. FOR D ANBURY, NEW MTLFORD, ETC., via Brookfield Junction 7:00, 9:45 A. M. 4:28, 6:44 P. M. SUN DAYS C8: 30 AM. ' ' FOR LITCHFIELD. ETC-9:4S A. M. 4:28 P. M. SUNDAYS 8:30 A. M. ... ' Express trains, t Local Express. Q to Harlem River Station. C via Hawleyville. S Saturdays only June 22 to An. IFOR 8ALE 31 Inc., and also on July 3 and Sept..