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THE ULU&EST 0 AHiTBXtWSFAPEIt . IS 11113 CITY. OFFICE OQ STATE STREET. wh. xLvra. , - , .let! i?rV1& NEW,-$ - in i m 0 W J iiLLJLUJ wuvmV Bail!! yyiraviy aj iwiyo HAIKOKN : MOND4SrlJI03PPN 1880. Price Four Cents. St Louis, Hannibal & Keokuk RR. Co. First Morlpze 7 Per Cent. Bonds, ', w .;. : - . - . IJTTK 1917. Iassed at $13,000 per mile of completed road,; 000 cash per mile already paid In on Stock subscrlp tons and expended In construction. Principal and Interest payable In New York, coupons April and October. , We offer a balance of SG00,000 of then bonds St 90 and interest, nisei iilns, the right to advance price without notioe and recommend them as a safe Invest ment. ' Amerman & Harwell, Bankers, d9 lm No. 16 Broad SC., New Yorfc. VEEMLYE ft CO., Banlicrs, Nos. 16 and 18 Nassau Street, NEW YOBK, ' Buy and sell OH OOMinSSIOH, for cash or on gin, all secnrltles dealt In at the New Tork 8 took x ohange. All tasnea of Qovemment Bonds bough and sold at market rates, free of commission, and on hand for im mediate delivery. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO EXCHANGES OF BONDS IN WASH INGTON FOR ACCOIJNT OF BANKS. Je30 lfi 4 Vinnn I Invested In Wall Bt.8tockamak )IU TO dlUUU I fortunes every month. Book sent free explaining everything. Address BAXTEB k CO., Bankers, 17 Wall St., N. T. apll dawlv K. F. Harwell, DENTIST, Glebe Bolldlng, cor. Charch and Ohapel sts, late of Fair Haven, formerly withDr. E. Strong. ap9 a week In your own town. Terms and $5 outfit Ifree. Address H. Hallett k Co., Portland, Me, THE COMMON SENSE EEMEDT. Rye & Rock. Pare White Rack Candy Dissolved, In Old Bye W hiskey. This article is now the leading remedy for coughs, colds, consumption and all diseases of the lungs, and has the hearty endorsement and approval of the medi cal fraternity. We guarantee it" to be made from the best materials only, and perfectly pure. Full directions on each bottle. priCo $ 1 .00. Prepared and sold Wholesale and Retail by eoro.e. ball & son, 250 Chapel St. Hew Haves, 0t, Circulating Library. A NICE Christmas or New Tear's Present will be a subscription to Bartholomew's Library for one year, or six, or three months. All the new books ad ded. K. B. The best hejp furnished as usual. d!9 No. 75 Orange Street. Veterinary Notice. DBS. O'STJIXrVAN & KOBE, Veterinary JfeSSSurgeons, graduates of the London. and Amer ican Veterinary Colleges. (The only qualified veteri nary surgeons In New Haven.) Office and Hospital, S16 OHAPEL STREET. Houra of attendance, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Telegrams and messages by post promptly attended to. d!7 ly MOTS! The largest line of Watches In tbis clly, which are of fered at prices that defy com petition. JEWELER, NO. 274 CMAlPEsL STREET. d2S . THE WELL Kl WN ! AND RELIABLE J J! Wi ; . Diamonds, Fine Gold and Silver Vtches,1 Necklaces, Vegt Chains, Rings of every description, Pins, Ear Kings, Bracelets, Lockets, Seals, Charms, Fine Plated and Solid Silver Ware, Plain and Ornamental Clocks, -. -. . Studs, Sleeve Buttons, Spectacles, Eye Glasses, Emblems, : . and everything found in a Reliable Jewelry Store, sold at -very low prices. .-.' BEMBMSEB IHZEJ KTrMHEB,;,;. ...... r . i .. Next door to the Hk jl FIRST NATIONAL BANK. CALL AND EXAMINE OUR GOODS BEFORE PURCHASING. m. 1M FEET of Land on Bhatton aventra will De ITsold for less thanone-third what it was sold for L-Jl KMinaua., Also a cheso Hons. on West street for 1,U; w mold for $2,600 six years o. ; nM . i . 237 Ohpel Street. TUB Best Place to Bi FOR THE HOLIDAYS, . IS AT L.. W. COOK'S. Black Bilks, 75, 85, $1, f 1.3C, tl.BO, $1.75, np. A handsome present for any lady. Oolorsd Bilks In all colors at at tb. lowest prices. Blegant Une of Dnss Ooods In all grades, whtcb would malte a nioe present for any lady. Shawls, Cloaks and Oloakinga. Of these goods we oan show as large an assortment as any store in this dry and at lower prices. dents', Ladies' and Children's Bilk Handkerchiefs from lavo np. We have an elegant line in all oolora. Lsoe fichus, Barbs, Silk and Laos Ties and Bows, Collars and Onffs, Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Initial Handkerchiefs, fee, any and air of which would make a nice present. Hosiery, 6 loves, Leggings, Knit Jackets, Scarfs, Nu bias, Cardigan Jackets. A one assortment of Misses' and Children's Wool Knit Jackets. What would make a nicer present for your wife than a nioe Embroidered Table or Piano Cover ? i Marseilles Quilts, Blankets, Comfortables, &c. Yours respectfully, Silk, Alpaca and Gingham UmbreUss. , Elegant line of 80k Umbrellas for the Holidays. Japanese Ware in Glove Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes, ynn Irrrrna - - a 1 ' Card Oases, Pen "Backs, Cabinets, Card Beoeivers, p'ncy Handkerchief Boxes, with half dozen Hand kerchiefs ; elegant goods for a present. : Jnmlrv. Kwk tfhainR. Braid Pint. -SleeVS BOttOnS, Collar Buttons, Studs, shawl Pins, Earrings, Scarfsl rua,ac. . . i , -. - Perfumery, Colognes, 4c. i - Pocketbooks, Note Paper, Toilet Artloles, fee. i Felt and Flannel Skirts ; a new and full line selected for the Holiday trade. . . Ladies', Gents' and Children's Merino and All Wool Underwear, in white, clouded and scarlet, at the low est prices in the city. Do not fail to visit our store before purchasing your Holiday Presents. ' Si; W. COOK, NOS. 239 AND 241 CHAPEL. STREET. Store open evenings. Dyeing and Cleaning. Iiadies Dresses, Shawls, Cloaks, Wa1iTroof8, SUks, Blbbons, Trlxo mings, Velvets, Kid Gloves, Feathers, .Lace Curtains, Shades and Blankets, &C ' L.AUNDRYING. Shirts, Collars; Cults, Underwear, &c. First-class"- Pressing. Gen tlemen's Garments Cleaned or Dyed. EtMCITY DYE WOBES ASD STEAM EArSDBY, 360 and 178 Cliapel Street. B26 SUPERIOR NUTRITION THE LIFE. THOMAS FOBSfTH. THE SALVATOR FOB INVALIDS AND THB AC ED. AN INCOMPARABLE CROWTH AND ALIMENT FOR THg PROTECTION OF ' INFANTS AND CHILDREN. A SUPERIOR NUTRITIVE IN CONTINUED FEVERS, AND A RELIABLE REMEDIAL ACE1HT IN ALL DISEASES OF THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES. TTTHIS Justly celebrated Dietetic Preparation Is, In composition, principally the gluten ill derived from the WHITE WINTER FLINT WHEAT CEREAL, a solid extract,; the A invention of an eminent Chemist. It has not only been highly recommended i but certified to by a large number of Chemists and Physiciansrepresenting a very high degree of medical science as the Safest, Most Acceptable and Reliable Food for the Crowth and Protection of INFANTS and CHILDREN, and for MOTHERS- lacking Sufficient Nourish ment for their offspring. . - Unlike those preparations made from animal or vinous matter, which are liable to stimulate the brain and Irritate the digestive organs, It embraces In Its elementary compo sitionThat which makes strong Bone and Muscle. That which makes good Flesh and Blood. That which Is easy of Digestion never constipating.. That which Is kind and friendly to the Brain, and that which acts as a preventive of those Intestinal Disorders Incidental to Childhood. And, while It would be difficult to con ceive of anything In Food or Dessert more Creamy and Delicious, or more Nourishing and Strengthening as an aliment In Fevers, Pulmonary Complaints, Dyspepsia and Cen eral Debility, Its Rare Medicinal Excellence In all Intestinal Diseases, especially In Dysentery, Chronic Diarrhea and Cholera Infantum has been Ineontestably proven. SOLD BY .CISTS ' V THE PRINCIfiM. CITIES John Cmje l goKS.Sov"2J 17 Christmas. TIABK DICAROINC XAlKASOTVINO xvsiiohs - Pause until 5 on catch these sound ideas. Are You 5Ey New Shoes? If so, don't fall to look at our splendid stock. Have "U" Boys 2" Shoe ? If so, don't fail to examine the BEST STOCK ) EST aUAEITlT y EST VAKlETVl OF BOYS SHOES IX NEW HAVEN. 8. ARTHUR MARSDEN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 18 LAW CHAMBERS, HEW HAVEN, CORN., COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, for New York, Mas sachusetts. Michigan. Pennsylvania. Illinois. Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Oal- lxornia, Kansas, tuioae isiana, lows, new Jersey, Min nesota., Ohio, Lousiana, fee fee Collections made in all parts of the United States, at Lowest Bates, through reliable correspondents. f25 tf 1. n. AnMtld. nt Btvl. 1 Is it sv Question of Price 1 Whatever the question MAT BE regarding Boots and Shoes, BKtiUABk'H is the Dest place to ouy. CHRISTMAS 8LIPPEBS X Oh! What Beauties I Look at them St 893 Grand Street. - dlS ROBERT A. BENHAM. Re G. RUSSELL, ARCHITECT myV) 814 Ohapel Street. New Haven. Ot. Holiday Goods. At Nepers, The Jeweler, AGENT tot the oetebrated Saltzman Watohea. IHa monds and Fine Jewelry a specialty. Also fine Olid Gold Chains lor taoie. ana gemiemes, at NEPEL'B PARLOR STORE, ' 69 Church Street, a - : Opposite Post Office, For ' The Most Artistic Photos ' In tbe City-, V PAGH'S STUDIO, Cor. Chapel and College Streets, dll 3m New H Si veil. MALAGAGRAPES, Very Nice, 12i5 Per lib. -avr ICE Table Oranges, SOo per dozen. XM U lbs. Raisins, $1. 13 lbs. Turkish Prunas, n. . 6 lbs. Soda Crackers, asc. " (Secure this bargain early.) Cranberries, Tc per qt. Celery, loo per bunch. Good Codfish, 8c per lb. tt Eggs, warranted fresh, 35c dc z. 1 gal. cans Maple Syrup, 75o. 13 (S-lb.) cans Tomatoes,. . New Process Flour, t per bbL S lbs. fine Table Butter, $1. Headquarters for all kinds Groceries. J. H. KJEAKNEY, Cor. Hill Street and Con Kress Avenue. COMPOfTHD, Commonly known aa ALBANY GBEASE . For Lubricating Machinery H. Of All Kinds. Foskett & Bishop STo. 479 State Street, Sole Agents ' lor New Haven, Conn. j dlltf ... ' - : ' - : Jftiblio inl'ormatloii. THAT most raosUsat speeino for Nemu and Gen eral Debility, Paralysis, Iryspepaia, etc, Dr. San ger's Eleratherloa Tonic, oan be found, whoksaale or ze- iail, at O. B. wHIXTL&nA X IS Isstlmoniala su stoohttd. . . ' Croat Clearing-Out sOale OF Rubber Goods. In order that we may give the Bicycle Business our undivided attention, we have resolved to close out our Rubber Business. We shall therefore sell at less than the wholesale price everything in the Rubber une until our present stock is exhausted. Our store, 93 Orange street, is filled with a srst-clasj stock of fresh goods consisting of ; Robber Coats of every grade, Boots and Overs, Tubing, Springs, Belt ing, Packing, Sc. ossamer Garments In great variety, at THOMPSON'S -RUBBER STORK, SO. 93 OBAKGE STREET, 9eod NEW HAVEN, CONN. Jrttoinsp. E. P. All VINE, ATTOBSET AX LAW, Booms 9 and 11, 69 Church St. aula Chas. S. Hamilton, Attorney and Counselor at Law, I IAU NATIONAL BANK BUILD INQ, Corner of Ohapsl and State sts. Sotary Public apotf Haw Haven, Conn For Hale, One second-hand coal Btove in good order, cheap. Sleighs and Carriages For sale at Wholesale Manufacturers' Prices. . nS D. W. MORRILL. HOLIDAY GOODS. - Decorated English Dinner and Toilet Sets, ; French and English i -' iiltt Cups, - After Dinner Coffees, German and French Vases and Cologne Sets..,' ..... St. Cenuin Lamps, And other Coods suitable for the Holi days. A. W. MINOR, d23daw 85 Church Street. Heaflfinarters or Oysters ! Comprising All Kinds. Stony Creeks, Nortwalks. HrBDlsros, liirsinoaas nauTes, Coves, Head ot Beach, Totvnsend Natives, Spindles, fflilfords, Gulf Ponds, Strawberry Island, narlen, stantioras, nine i-oinis, Asriageporis, ac Also all kinds of Fish at prices to suit lae unaes. A. Foote & Co., SS3 State ntreet. Medical Department of Tale College rrni CLINI0S It the College win be held every week on to. oays mennonea aa . o-koo. p. an. TUESDAYS Surgical Oases. THURSDAYS Di.es sea of the Eye and Ear. VRTTliVS MiMl rinnn. - A OUnio also for Diseases of Women win soon be es tablished. The alck poor ot new uaven ana vmuuiy are invited to attend without cnarge. 0. A. LINDSLEY, M. D olO tt Dean of the Faculty. CROFUT'S NEW FIJ11-STORE; 97 Orange Street. Sealskin Cloaks Fur Lined Circular. and Dolnasuas. Fan Kelined, Altered sand Repaired. Work Flrst-Classi. Prl - Wo trnst that none of our friends will f oisTet that we hare removed to 97 OB ANCtE STREET, and are still in the I'UB TBDE. Bemember the Number, . NO. 97 ORANGE STREET, Palladium . Building, Tlio Hlgbland and Winthrop , Portable Ranges. THE largest, most perfect and simplest on Uu market, they are tb moat even bakers evai WMaoy ----- - r t - W. T. Cannon & Co., ' 880 State Street, near OhapeL . Rheumatism ! Catarrh ! Clergy and Doctors nsa and tiTaiu Hum MMiinfn. l.COO bottles Of " Snnerlative Cnn" mala hw .1-ot.fW in Biz months, curing Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Sore nj euj., a sexton's stuooorn Meuralgia permanently in ten minutes, and a lawyer's sciatica. Sfe circulars. Ghean. numnt AffnrtHvA T.ia.i Gents' Bonf nme Cigarettes (no tobacco) by an able yajiiwa... x ur oawrrjl, stnma OOIOS, DSOl breath, nose and throat diseases. 600 lbs. bought last month. . i-. "o Dy jsev. Air. nears,uen'l Agent, mjct ii, j uv uj uiau xo cents. SIO to SIOQOISSrSj Book wnt frft explalnliig everything. Addreu BAX- sa w.t jomMumru, t Will D. A. X CCPPCT .How to become Bich and Watch sent free VkVllls I U.S. A . Agency, Monnt Winang. Md. $77 s Month and expenses guaranteed to Agents. vumi ixee. Dtt a w m uo, Augusta, auune. 777 A YEAB and expenses to sgents. Outfit free. " Aaaress r. u. viuajsbx, Augusts, Mama. dWdfcwlm . ; ; - Christmas. Boxes, TjlLEOANT Celluloid Sets, Cut Glass Bottles, Fancy JCj Bottles for covering, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, Hand Mirrors, &ov &c, at low prices, at TVIttIesey'B' lrugSlbreV ' ; ; dI8dorw : . : f'- m Gbspel and 8 State BtnetW! 5,000 Gaitils iMour, Bought before, any advance In prlce,whichwe offer to the trade : at ' - prices below to- day's value. e. &riBij&&'& So: SOG to SIO State Street, rr. a R.TB!"s3rP7" A PLEA8ANT and Convenient House on ouve T T street, firat-olass in every respect, with all the fcufl mnrlnru lmnrorements. arranged with suites a. vMAmM. m.rhlA mantels, frescoed walls, hot and cold water ,and other modern conveniences, 15 rooms, water closets on ins uueae, -ocm, tw....u.. ' 1879. Also the Hons. 372 Grand street. Possession given immeniaieiy. CHARLES IYES, -guon tf 158 Church Street. $72; w ting, d a A WEEK. $12 s day at horns easily madf. Oostly outnt ires. Aaaress uu s w. Augusta, ae, Florida Moss. E reotived this morning s quantity of Green jriorroa moes, setecxi especially ror aeoora- E. E. HALL SON. S2500 yfjir to Agents. SM f . ..n flm frr. V(IT l.mil Id. dress. J. Wort 4 Co.. Sl.lnmiM. f For Sa1e;tif Exchange, d37 ,-ON ef the finest Farms In New Haven Coun ty ; oan baoosgnxass Bargain wr pin camo, u. .win exchange for productive city property. GEO. A. ISBEIilj. 2 Boom and Power to Bent. ArfXiX IV i HEW HAVEN SPRING CO., - ' Q9tf 70 Franklin Street. 211 TO RENT, O BOOMS for manuiaccurmg m inmi streoa. IVwercau be had If required. One centrally located Tenement. lnqnlieof ' - - J. Pi Phillips, d8tf Olebe Bnildinsr; Jraai oi omie. j mm. bww .uuuuv . . THE HTflRK. ditf s : FOlt SALE. OTM very dstfraue Kesiaanoe on tnesoatn west oorner of Temple and Trumbull streets. For further particulars inquire of n2R Sm E. Y. FOOTS, 8 Exchange unuamg. For Sale Chean. - O HOUSE No. 2 D wight street, all the modern improvements. House and Barn In the western nart of citv. Rome fine Lots on State street. Cedar Hill ; Lota on Ohapel street, Grapevine Point, from t-tf to $60 per foot. To Bent, second floor, 39 Auburn street, SI per month ; 41 Greenwood street, whole House, six rooms, $8 per month ; whole house on' Water street, near Meadow, CIS per month ; two nioe rents on Henry street, with furnaoe, range, gas and hot water, est tuDS ; in race oraer, a jwf$a .u. umwoou m""- State streets to rent for stone yard or storage ; wUl be rented cheap. Apply to A. M. HOLMES, ov USHICU mm, IUWU a. Office hoars. 13 to and 7 to 9 evenings. o25 FOR RENT, afo. .46 WHITE STREET. sWMa." A. Convenient Tenement for a f I small family. -Assai.. Inquire tr . i' K. M. I5UBWEX.1L, . 07 - :. ' 346 Cedar Street.' FOBBBN1, ML IOD8 on Blake street, weeivme. nomm i a wctaioB m rooms, In good order. To the right a S ,.n.nt ha rent will be low. For DarUculars. call at MBB WIN'S Seal Estate Office, 337 Chapel St., oT M. SHUMWAY, Westvffle. FOB BENT, aV ONE STORE and five Booms 445 State strert ; MB five Booms, five minutes from tbe City Market ; laLba. modern imnrovements : five Booms corner Park and South streets. Inquire of olB . No. 1 Yale Bank Building. " Houses and lots For Sale. HOUSES AND LOTH Bltuatea in ainerem parts of the city. Also several large Lots, hav ino Ta.iWnaiL and. vjatar. fronts : vary desirable for manufacturing purposes. AU for sale cheap and on easy terms. Apply to ,19 tf 398 Chapel Street, Boom . For Rent.Brass and iron Castings. Repairing Lawn Mowers.- Wood anatjoau.. -M FOB BENT. One noor, witn or witnom pow I Ter, for manufacturing purposes. Ken airing LdUnd Sharneninsr Cawn Hewers; the same called for and delivered. Brass and Iron Casting's t the lowest prices, and made at short notioe. Wood and Coal at the lowest prices, or ders received at the omoe, xus urana ocreet. iel6 M iruman JnrJ. w Pa. Kula at n. Rartraln. Flntllasik House, with modern improvements, good tot with barn, sltnat ri on una avanne. fronting on two streets, oan be seen at any time. For particulars call at Boom No. S, Uoadley Buildins;, 49 Church Street. - . . Tontine Livery Stables. . WE are prspared at short notioe to furnish w iuwml ithT oioseor onen. for Balls, Weddings and Christenings. It is our intention to have good Carriages at the de pot and on boat landings when needed. Grateful for the liberal patronage In the past we hope by strict attention to the wants of our patrons to merit a oontlnuanoe of the favors of the publio. W. S.Langdon, Foreman. n7 The Marvelous OiU! . a , 1 a. Jt, ...Visa aw swlaa mrrtdif fl4 A j&eea lixafcruiiiriiit wiuui ououios - nndentandiiig music or not, to play any dealred mel- . .1 n aAnMlam I.im ill. TMItf ooy or jutnnouy, mum w ... , plaintive dirge to the liveliest dance music with fault less expression, surpassing the execution of the most niguiy enuowu Ulu uuuuau .v.. ...... u. ; lent In tone, possessing a mechanism of marvelous simplicity, requiring ous-iim. uiiwjjgwwo i - manipulate, yet capable of repioducing the musical oompositlona of the past, present and future. A. Variety of Styles suitable for Holiday Presents I Call and see for yourself. J. HATNES & CO., SOLE AGENTS, Office and salesrooms, 44)0 Chapel Street, Cor. Temple, dl8 8m ssoom o. Toilet Sets, Cat Glass Ware, Perfumes, c. . E. A. GESSNER, APOTHECARY, . 1S1 CHAPEL STREET, , AID Corner of Olive. ' One of the Most Sensible. Christmas Presents;! : ,' To be found in New Haven is the J LEADER STUDENT LAMP Nickel Plated,only $2.50. DO YOU want an Extra Fine Decorated China Lamp, with fine decorated Shade or Globe to correspond 7 Tften please oau as am aura ohm. street and' find them at New York Bottom Prices. Try oil. save your eyes ana money inhiw. NEW HAVEN OIL AND LAMP STORE, 395 and 397 State Street. d20 . FOK SAX.E ATA BARGAIN. 37 feet on No. 60 Garden street, with a great rear lot, suitable for any large man ufacturing business; likewise one of the best places In he city for a Floweret. It Is very rich and early and will oe sola very snnp. vv'J , sn7 tf ' THE PREMISES A &e-ft an a tA fii.efti&leef , i!f ytetxt cat &lor n o4jf.nt ictfi Mi- m sry; . - vy CO fve yat., S.CG fie. 6otte. - JD.S. Glenney & Son, No. 10 State Street, New Haven, ?apoxts sad Wfaoissale Itaalsn In every daserlt ..... - . v . tlUH .--...;;;.--. f liatJBB.TBBNOH AND AMEBIC AS COACH, WIr DOW AMPPltrrojm tudaea, v Aim mo, . OUA PAIBS AJiB BIS STUMS. : a.- . . : : v.-. -. fflmml MANAGER OF THE HEW HAVER ONE PRICE Oi l 0. Has Reduced the Price On OVERCOATS FROM TO 17.00 These goods were conaid- ered cheap at $13.00, but, owing: o the lateness ear the season, we have deeided to make this GREAT HEDCC TIOS, In order to close out the whole lot this season. THE NEW HAVEN One Price Clothing Co ..T.i,: .iiJ .. 1 05 Church Street. REMEDIES . ' Infallibly Cure all Skin and Scalp Dis eases, Scaly Eruptions, Itchings, and Irritations. ' " The testimonials of permanent cures of Skin and Sealp Diseases which have been the torture of life time, by theCutlcura Bemediea, are: more wonderful than any ever before performed by any methods or remedies known to the medical profession. - Cuticura Resolvent, a powerful Blood Purifier, Is the only purifying agent which finds its way into the cir culating fluid and thence through the oil and sweat glands to tbe surface of the skin, thus destroying the poisonous elements with which these vessels have been daily charged. Cuticnra, The Great Skin Cure, applied externally, arrests sll unnatural or morbid growths which cover the surface of the diseased glands and tubes with Sca ly, Itching, and Irritating Humorspeedily It removes them, leaving the pores open, healthy, and free from diseased panicles of matter. Thus internally and externally do these great reme dies act In conjunction, pcformlng cures that have astonished; the most noted physicians of the day. SALT RHEUM FOR 30 YEARS 6m tbe Head, Face, and Gieater Part of U&e Body Cured ; , . ; Metnrrm. Weeks 8c Potter t Gentlemn, I have been a ffzeat Bnfferear witb Bait Bbenm for 80 yean, eomqaea flixLK in my hp ad and face and extending orer tbe greater part of my body. 1 nave taken gallons of med icines for the blood of different kinda and trleA. good phyaiolana, all of wbich did ma no good, and I came to the oonciriBion that Z oonld not be cured. Bat a friend called my attention to an article in the TJjritm on Skin Xtiaeaaeft, and I got a box ef Cuticura. The fli application was a great relief and the third took the tcales ail off, and 1 ielt like a new man. I have used three 60-oent boxes and my skin is smooth and I consider myself entirely cured. Hoping that this may be seen by some one afflicted as X hare been (if there is any) is my earnest wish. And I cheerfully reosmmend U to au persons wiui use cuaeases. xonrs irmy. . i-. niuiifl uuiw, Agawam, Maes., Sept. 9, 1878. The Ontlcnra Bosd should be used for cleansing all diseased surfaces, as most scape are injurious to the LEPROSY. A modern Bliracle Aston iwhiny Benlts from tbe use of Cuticura MMurrs. Weeks & Potter : Gentlemen. We have S case of Leproey in our poorhonse which is being ctued by your Ontlcnra remedies. The county had employed all of our doctors and had sent to New York for advice, bat to no avail. The patient commenced using the Cuticura and im mediately began getting better. He had been oonflned to his bed for two and one half years. Had not had his clothes on during this time. Last week he dressed for the first time. When he walked, there would at least one quart of scales come off of him. This happened every day. We think It is a wonderful curs. We do not say he is cured, but he is In a fair way to be cored to say the least. Yours truly, ilniLNU J3-t.Vi.ii Clio, Druggists and Booksellers. Allegan. Mich Feb. 11. 1879. Wnv-a. Aforra. Tnnninir Brothers are thoroucrhlv reliable gentlemen, and were unknown to ns prior to the receipt of this letter. We firmly believe this Cuti cura will permanently coze this very severe case of Ijeproey, as it has done many others. The Cuticura Bemedies are prepared by Weeks Potter, Chemists and Druggists, 360 Washington Street, Boston, Mass., and for sale by all Druggists and Dealers. Price of Cuticnra, small boxes 60 cents; large boxes, containing two and one half times the quantity of small, $1. Resolvent, $1 per bottle. Cuti cura Soap, 25 cents per cake ; by mail, 30 cents ; 8 cakes, 76 cents. - I lltJMa Rheumatigm, Neuralgia, Weak i snd 8oro 3jnnt?B Coughs and VH.IA1U aasfii t"- 1 aSand Bowels. Dyspepsia. Shoot- fM m ..n-- ing Pains through the Loins fA ST t. VVW ud Back. Spasms or Fits, and "NTw-fiTin Muscular, and Spinal Affections, relieved and cured when every other plaster, liniment, lotion, and electrical appliance xaua. ozv nwxiw MiopuMcIiPMPen a Panrtl rriat writes 20.- OOO words wltll common wrltinsr ink wltliont reSU lag. It will last a lifetime, is simple in construction, inever clogs, does away with, inked fingers, blots and blot ters, ana is a peneci 1 en ior the DESK ot POCKET. As a KUCiING Pen it is une qaaled. This Pen is gener ally and favorably known throughout the country.and hundreds can testify - to its merits. Critical inspection is solicited. Every Pen war ranted to give satisfaction or money refunded. The Styl ographic Pen Improved was awarded First Premium at the Connecticut Htate fair, October, 187Q. Beware of imitations, many attempts have been made to produce a fountain pen, but tbe Im proved Stylographic is the only Successful, Self-feeding Pen invented. JUDD, THE BOOKSELLER. AGENT, 240 Cliapel street. d20tf I Eh ctntrs bv ABSOBPnoiff. Khen ma.ti.ni. JWenralerla, IHalarla. Hanannie." the wonderful Clycerlne IiOtion, is a positive cure ; it has never failed. fcjapannie" nas no equal ior vuiuiij ';v ' rm. Ttuv T.nmhHL HriT-.iTiH. Piles. GhaDnedHands. Chilblains, Bun one, and all diseases of the Skin, Ery sipelas, Salt Bheum, Eczema, Humors of the Scalp, c: Diphtheria, Sore xnroas, pneumonia, i. flammatory diseases. Ladies who suffer from local difficulties find immediate relief, and s permanent cure by using " Sapanule." 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EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY 7 cAisjaiwGTOjr & ci, ; No. 400 State Street, Conrier BnlltUBg'. - ' -total n. QtBstwgTOn, , jons a. eABBosecon, a :, Monday Morning, Jan. 5, 1880. Sold on Oospmission. Ja3 O. IB. 1M HOWB STBXXT. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY., , The regular session of the General Assembly will open Wednesday next, and as there is no necessity for a long session it is to be hoped that the members will do what there is to be done quickly. The "great corporations' can be looked after, the liberties of the people preserved, and an effective lesson in govern ment given as well in two months as in four. No opposition to Dwight Maroy.of Vernon, haB shown itself, and it is generally conceded that he will be elected Speaker of the House. Mr. Edgar M. Warner, the Tory competent and efficient Clerk of the House at the last session, will be advanced to the clerkship of the Senate, which he will perhaps wish to "hold for two terms, as his skilled predecessor did. . Mr. Spencer, who performed his duties as Assist ant Clerk bf the House last year to the entire satisfaction of the members, will be Clerk of the House. For the Assistant Clerkship tiaere are many candidates, most of whom are well qualified for the place. One will ba made happy and the others may laarn something from the animated contest in whioh they have engaged. Senator Hoyt of the Twelfth district sad Senator Blaokstone of the Eighth are mentioned for President pro tern, of the Senate. Either of them would fill the place acceptably. The Legislature thrown out of office by the result of tha vote upon the Biennial Sessions amendment will come together according to adjournment to-morrow the Senate at 10 a. m. and the House at 12:50 p. m. and go through the formality of an adjournment tine die. . NOT EJlCOritACIAG XO FRAUD. Saturday night, at Waterville, Governor Garcelon made a speech in explanation and defense of the action of - the Maine conspira tors. In that speech he remarked : "So great has been the excitement I have called upon the Supreme Court to decide questions whioh have been deoided for fifteen years, and when that deoision is rendered I hope the people will be satisfied." The answers of the Su preme Court to the twelve questions pro pounded will be much more satisfactory to the honest people of Maine and those outside the State than they will to Governor Garce lon, who helped to frame the questions so as to secure answers that would not satisfy hon est people. If anything were needed to show the wick edness of the plot to defeat the will of the voters of Maine it would be found in the de cision of the Supreme Court just rendered. This decision leaves the conspirators no ground to stand upon. The Judges lay down the prin ciple that tbe will of the people must be re spected, and say that though the Constitution calls for a return that is regular in essential forms, and which truly represents the facts to be described by it, much of the constitutional requirement is directory merely, and not man datory. The Constitution does not aim at de priving the people of their right of suffrage, of their right of representation, for formal errors, but aims at avoiding Buch a result. Where the constitutional requirement has not been fully or has been, defectively executed by the town officers, it is in aid of the constitu tional provision to supply the omission or de ficiency as nearly and as correctly as may be. If by accident or willful neglect there is an error or omission in the return, what can be safer, it is asked, than to refer to the dupli cate statement by the record to oorrect it ? This, it is pointed out, the statute of 1877 al lows to be done, and though the language is merely permissive it falls within the well- known legal rule that when publio rights are oonoerned it shall be construed as mandatory. And the Judges give the conspirators a sharp thrust when they say : "A command clothed in the language of courtesy is so clothed be cause it could not be doubted that high and honorable officials would unhesitatingly avail themselves of all legal means to declare the re sult of an election according to the actual fact in obedience to the fundamental princi ples of popular government." Instead of availing themselves of, all legal means to carry out the will of the people the con spirators have done their utmost to so use the law as to support themselves in obstructing that will. The Judges also say that a representative is not to be deprived of his rights because muni cipal officers have neglected their doty. - On this point it is declared that "If it appears to the House of Representatives that there was an election of representatives in fact they should admit them to their seats, though no return thereof was made to the Secretary of State." They decide, too, that a return is valid even if signed by less than a majority of the' aldermen of a city. And "It is immateri al whether the aldermen returned to the Gov ernor and Council the detailed vote of each ward separately or whether they returned the result of all votes of all the wards for each candidate. Either mode is a satisfactory way of reaching the same result. Substance only is sought for in suoh matters; nor is it a ma terial matter that, instead of returning all the names of the persons voted for, there is a re turn of votes as 'scattering;' provided that, however, such votes may be added or sub tracted when some candidate or set of candi dates appears to be chosen by a plurality of the votes thrown." The signature of a town or city clerk pro tempore or a deputy clerk is valid. A statement of a vote by municipal officers must be regarded as conclusive, and must constitute the basis of action of the Canvassing Board. The, Governor and Coun cil cannot officially know that there were but twoSeleotmenin any town "at the time of the meeting at whioh tha election was had." They are to be governed by the returns. A person not a oitizen may be elected or constituted a Selectman, so that his official acts bind the town and are valid, so far as affects the pub lio. Suoh an one would be an officer de facto and be clothed with apparent right. If a bal lot has a distinguishing mark or figure such as would make it illegal under the statutes the officers of the town should reject it. The statute prohibits rejection of the ballot after it is received into the ballot box. It is then to be counted, and the Governor and Council have nothing to do with the question of the legality of ballots, even if it is improperly re ferred to them for decision. The word "dit to" and its abbreviation to "do" and the dots or marks that stand for the word "ditto" are of common use and have a perfectly well de fined meaning known to persons generally. That meaning should not be disregarded. The Governor and Council have no right to reject returns on the ground that the sig natures are not genuine or that the returns have been altered, unless an objection in writ ing is presented to them, and the testimony of sworn witnesses at a fair 'hearing supports the objection. Where two lists of votes are returned to the office of Secretary of State by the clerk of any city, town or plantation, and both ate duly certified, tha returns first re ceived at the office of the Secretary of State must be the basis of the action of the Govern or and Council. ' If defective, or not a true copy of the record, it can be corrected or the defects supplied only in accordance with the provisions of the statute relating thereto. , This is the substance of tbe answers by the Supreme . Court to Governor's . Garoelon's twelve questions. The judges make it plain that the conspirators are aotingjjcontrary to common honesty, common ; sense and good law It remains to be seen , whether . an at tempt will be made to complete the fraud. The Legislature meets Wednesday, and it may right tha wrong that has been .done. . :- It, is reported that four of the fusion members have already declared that . they will not accept their certificates. After the deoision of . the Supreme Court it is difficult to see how any of those counted in who hope to retain their own self -respect and the respect of their neighbors can take the seats fraudulently and illegally given them. .-v. ,, -j EDITORIAL NOTES. The report that Biohard Wagner is not likely to recover frOm the illness under which he is now suffering will cause much sorrow. The great musician is sixty -six years old. t Fern has now a dictator General Nicolas de Fierola who promises that he will be the salvation-of his ooun try. He has undertaken great work for a man only thirty-nine years old. He is said to be a patriot though he : is an inveterate revolutionist. The body snatohers are at it again. ' More than forty corpses have been stolen from Oak- wood cemetery, Richmond, Va., since the cool weather set in, and the people in that vi cinity are naturally somewhat excited about it, especially as the Council Committee on Cem eteries had their attention called some time ago to what was going on, but took no action to prevent it. The last Pennsylvania Legislature passed a law taxing corporations on the market value of their stock, and the Attorney-General has decided that the market value of the stock is to be fixed not by the average through the year, but by the price between Novem ber land 15. The difference on tha assest! ment of the Pennsylvania railroad is $250,- 000. As the tax is levied on all corporations alike, whether they pay dividends or not, and a number of stocks whioh have divided nothing for years ran np nearly to par in November, the increased tax from all the companies in the State will be large. The Attorney-General also decides that the tax levied on all bonds issued by corporations, whether secured by a mortgage or not, must be deducted from the interest paid to resident holders. Non-resident holders are exempted by a decision of the Supreme Court, and if the present praotioe continues their number is likely to inorease astonishingly in, or rather out of Pennsylvania. The peogle of Colorado do considerable boasting about their State, and they have much reason for it,for its prosperity has hardly been surpassed by that of any other community. The increase in the product of the mines is wonderful, the net yield of 1879 being nearly double that of 1878. The figures of the an nual review of this department of industry show that the average product of the Lead ville district is greater than that recorded in the world's history of silver mining. The value of the cattle export for the year is set down at $2,500,000; the wool shipment at 7,000,000 pounds, and wheat at 2,250, 000 bushels. During the year more than 800 miles of telegraph lines have been built and some railroads. Beal estate transac tions in Denver alone have amounted to nearly $3,000,000, and in that city more than 400 brick and stone buildings, costing over $2,- 200,000, have been erected. The State of Colorado is only three years old, but it is a healthy and vigorous youngster. An invention whioh promises to be of great importance is attracting considerable attention in the South. It is called the "Clement at tachment," and is a machine adapted to spin ning cotton as it is gathered from tha field, without the preliminary processes of ginning. baling and pressing. The advantages claimed for it are that it saves a considerable portion of the lint wasted in tbe ordinary process of ginning ; that the cotton, never having been matted together by pressing, is in better con dition for spinning than that treated in the ordinary way, and the produot is therefore of better quality, and oommands a higher price ; that it is an advantage to the South to keep the spinning industry at home ; and that the saving in the cost of transportation and of the ginning and pressing will be worth millions of dollars to the South. The machinery is not expensive ; it has had a praotical trial for several years, the yarns produoed by it are said to be superior in quality to those made in the mills, and the amount of yarn pro duoed from the same weight of seed cotton is said to be twenty per cent, greater. Some of tbe Southern papers are urging the general introduction of the new machines, and there is no doubt that a great many of them will be in use next year in all the cotton States- looted with great- care from . the Louisville Courier-Journal t At Stephensville. Texas. last week, Miss Nannie Williams was married to Mr. Goat. N. X. Com. Advertiser, i The revengeful hen-keeper who ' finds a skunk residing under his barn has been suck ing eggs, now puts a lot of porcelain ones in the criminal's way, and then goes and rolls on the hay and laughs to think what a mean time the eritter'll have with 'em. Boston Post. "If you marry Grace," exclaimed an irate father to his son, "I will ont yon off without a cent, and you won't have as muoh as a piece of pork to boil In the pot." "Well, replied the young man, "Grace before meat," and he immediately went in search, or a minister. Cincinnati Saturday Night. A little Oil City eirl observed her mother measuring cloth by holding it np to her nose with one hand and reaohinst ont to arm's length with the other. ' She assumed a thoughtful aspeot, and, after cogitating a mo ment, asked : . "How can you measure cloth that way ? Can you smell a yard ?" Oil City Derrick. "Olivia" writes that Senator Booth is such a hardened bachelor that "a sigh drawn fresh and pure from the deepest and most oapri cious female bosom and applied to the right plaoe will have no more effect than a liver pad administered for lock-jaw, while -a glance from the most brilliant eye falls like a sun beam on an alligators back." A correspondent of a London paper hap pened to be on Peckham Bye, the other day, when one of the disciples of temperance was holding forth. - After a full-flavored attack on the "government pets," as he styled the pub licans, he said : "A short time ago I was coming from Aldridge's, where I had been to buy a horse for my . oab ; I saw a woman lying dead drunk on the cell flap of one of the neighbor ing public houses; so I walked into the bar and said to the landlord: 'One of your signboards has tumbled down.' The old gonty publioan and his pot boy, who was rather older than his master, oame outside ex claiming, 'Where?' 'There!' I said, pointing to the heap of rags on the flap. 'Why don't you take it inside and put it into your win dow, as all other respectable tradesmen do with their goods, and label it, 'Our own manu facture made to order,' instead of leaving it out here, as if you were ashamed to own it." There was a young man at La Crescent Sent his sweetheart a valuable present, The housemaid, it came Ont too late, 'd the same name, And scooped the ring in, whioh was pleasant. By the death of Bishop Gilbert Haven, which occurred at his mother's residence in Maiden, Mass., Saturday evening, the Metho dist Church has lost one of its best known and most efficient representatives. He was bora in Maiden September 19, 1821, and graduated at the Wesleyan University, at Middletown in this State, in 1816. He taught school for awhile after graduation, and in 1849 asked admission as a preacher to the Philadelphia Conference, whioh was denied him because he was a radical abolitionist, but in 1851 he was admitted to the New England Conference. He preached in various places in Massachusetts until the outbreak of the civil war, when he became chaplain of the Eighth Massachusetts regiment, his commis sion as chaplain being the first issued during the war. In 1862 he made a tour in Europe, and on his return occupied for two years the pulpit of an important Boston church. In 1865 he was appointed supervisor of destitute freedmen and whites in the State of Mississippi, and in 1867 was made editor of Zion's Horald, the . leading organ of his Church in New England. He achieved a great success with Zion's Herald, and his radical ideas and vigorous writing gave him muoh prominence and influence. In 1872 he was elected Bishop and assigned to the Gulf States. He spent the winter of 1872-3 in Mexico, su perintending the Methodist missions in that country. In 1875, at a meeting of the Meth odist clergy In Boston, he made a great sen sation by a pronnnciamento in favor of elect ing General Grant to a third term. In 1877. Bishop Haven went to Liberia, accompanied by a body of freedmen, whose interests he looked after with great efficiency. He trav eled extensively in Liberia, and there con tracted the malarial disease which has now resulted in his death. On his return last year he preached, lectured and wrote muoh upon Liberia. He presided at the meeting of the New York East Conference held in this city last spring, as many of our readers will re member. He was a hearty, honest and earnest man, and did good work for humanity and his Church. , ! HARD PRESSED. St. Louis poem : "Where are you going, my pretty maid ?" ' "I'm bound for the matinee," ah said. j - And soon was heard on the lonesome street : The ponderous tread of her mammoth fMt. 1 Chicago Tribune. When a cat gives an entertainment from the top ot a wall, it isn't the eat we objeot to ; it's the wauL j An ounce of keep-your-mouth-shnt is bet ter than a pound of explanation after Iron have said it. Detroit Free Press. . . j ; The ladies think Eve was severely punished for her transgression, from the fact that she never appeared in a nnde dress afterward. : A man never realizes how frail he is until he bursts a suspender button among a group of ladies and finds himself slowly falling apart. - The very, very latest is : " "Oh 1 go freeee your teeth and give your tongue a sleigh-ride.''. This is supposed to have special reference to people witn rea-not tongues. Albany Journal. , A schoolboy being asked by his teacher how he should floe him, replied : "If von Dlease. sir, I should like to have it on the Italian sys tem of penmanship the heavy strokes upward ana we aownwara giroK.es light." . . , Nannie Goat The following item is se- COMMUNICATIOJJS. Tbe modern Lottery Alleged Iinpossii bility of tbe Dtawlor. as Published. To the Sditor of the Journal and Cot) bibb : I read some days ago the address signed by Gens. Early and Beauregard, averring that the lottery with which they are connected was honestly drawn, and that everything was fair ly conducted as regards the ticket-holders. These gentlemen may believe what they say, but the published numbers of the drawings lead conclusively to the belief that the "drawing" is a fraud upon the dupes who ' put their money into tbe sup posititious "wheel of fortune." I have run over the last published drawing of the lottery referred to, that of Deo. 16th, and some of yonr readers versed in the "science of num bers" may be interested in the result. I have taken the pains to count the number of prizes drawn in each thousand tickets, and it is remarkable how evenly they are dis tributed through the whole 100,000. The highest number of prizes in any one thousand was 20 and the lowest 3, while the average was 9.65. Now it seems to me to the last degree improbable that numbers actually drawn by chance would oome out in this way more than onoe in a million times. If a pair of clerks, however, were given 100,000 tick ets, in packages of 1,000, and required to make np the list of prizes, it would be natural .for them to select a few from each and every package. The lottery drawing here analyzed is not tbe only one to whioh these re marks apply. Every published lottery draw ing is arranged in the same way. Are the prizes so evenly distributed to the end that every ticket-holder shall come so near one of them as to be encouraged to try his luck again ? Anti-Humbuq. Hatuden's Highways-A Letter From James Ives. To the Editor of the Joubnai. and CotrnrjEB : A writer in one of the New Haven papers Friday says: "By what process of reason ing Mr. Ives enables himself to say that he is not the actual originator of the injunction we don't know." It is enough to say in reply that some people are so in the habit of speak ing the truth that they don't stop to go through a "process of reasoning." It is said "Mr. L complains that the voters and taxpay ers were deceived and misled as to the pre cise action contemplated at the meeting." Is this not strictly true ? Does the petition or the call for the meeting, which the writer is kind enough to quote, say a word about the appropriation of money at that meeting ? It is said, "Mr. I. was oalled upon, and told ex actly what was to be done." Did the writer know himself, or does he know now, exactly what is to be done with our railroad accom modations ? If he will tell, many would like to know. And he says "Mr. L expressed him self in favor of the project." What project ? The writer knows that it was to get the rail road out of the highways, with the mar velous expectation that the company would have some regard to its pa trons in re-location and not forget their charter obligations to aid the towns through whioh they pass. It is said, "Mr. I. com plains that tbe amount of tax was not repre sented properly." Is not this true to the letter and figure ? Did not the speaker rep resent that $15,000 "paid at the rate of $1,000 a year would not be felt," and not a word about the interest, which makes the first pay ment $1,900, the second $1,810, and so on, till it amounts to the important sum of nearly $23,000 ? And the writer says Mr. I appears as the champion of Centerville a locality in which "he does not reside!" Well there are some "peculiar people" in the town of Hamden who do favor the interests of portions of their native town where they "do not reside" and who, when they find their neighbors robbed and wounded, will not "pass by on the other side," and a great many who when they find their neighbors "half dead" in the hands of robbers will not try to aid the robbers. Well, yonr writer has found by the books of the railroad company that only two passengers a day travel from Centerville on the cars but they prefer to go through the slush and mud in a slow and dwindling stage. He has also shown that Centerville has got passengers to support "two stage lines three and four trips a day" which some neighboring railroads would stop for to help swell their dividend. This fact ought of itself to describe the rail road accommodation a. But let ns have the foots as they are. The good people of Cen terville were once led astray to sign a petition which chafed the sensibilities of their neigh bors at Mt. Carmel, but they "came back shorn." They were told at the meeting of Bailroad Commissioners of the "beautiful rooms and seats in a new depot." The railroad compa ny accomplished their job. ' The people, while waiting for their accommodations, saw one Sunday a hut, say 12x12, approaching on a hand-car. It didn't stop where they expected a depot, but to the credit of the taste of the railroad company it went to a point out of sight of their ohuroh and village, and there it stands a target for boyB who show their smart ness in hitting so small an objeot. Now, if the writer has not very badly ex posed our "many misstatements," his ink is not lost, nor the large bundle of papers whioh he scattered. He has advertised his stage line, whioh we hear he wants to sell, and expects a "booming" with the removal of our railroad facilities. And no doubt but for his modesty be would like to say what we will volunteer to say, that he is our town's representative at the ooming Legislature, to whom by the town vote jointly with our. disinterested selectmen and the liberal railroad oompany, our people and their successors are expeoted to look for their railroad accommodations for all coming time. Now, begging pardon for this muoh, allow ns to say that at our town meeting next Mon day we wish to rescind the former vote, for the purpose of appointing a oompetent com mittee to negotiate with the railroad oompa ny, if possible, for a safe, economical and convenient removal of their road out of our highways- We notioe that questions of muoh less importance are deliberated upon by your city officers for many weeks at numerous meetings. Oan our town afford to do other wise ? And dare any man attempt to push through another vote without giving our peo ple time to deliberate ? Jakes Ives. , The pseudo brokers who have been making money out of two confiding countrymen at New York, now that the postoffice has blocked that little game, have made a shrewd move. They are sending out oireulars to all their victims purporting to be signed by .one of their ex-clerks, in which he is made to say that he knows all the secrets of the fraudulent operations, and ' oan recover the money lost by the receiver of the circular, provided that person will send him $10 in advance, the papers in his possession, and agree to let him have 10 per cent, of all money recovered. In this way they hope to recover the proofs against them and maka a clever bit of money beside.