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. t ) V J - ' t- V2"VI W - ... . ... rALA,! av- i W.i ItBii. ' vmFm Mara -shi ai in VOL. XLVDI. Jan. 23, 1S80. Journal mi (Bxmtftx. Friday Morning, Jan S3, 1880. ( State News. ( The Hoasatonlo river BtiU renins open to navigation. The Congregational church and society of East Canaan decline to accept the resignation of the Ber. L. H. Beed. The New York and New England Bail road Company has ordered 1,000 tons of rails with which to lay the track west from Water bury. The ioe houses of the Naugatuck Bailroad Company have been filled from Burrville. Very little has been out at the Litchfield sta tion. The Hon. O. D. Yale, recently elected treasurer of the Dime Savings Bank, de clined to accept the position, and Mr. C. N. Jones has been elected to fill the vacancy. Mr. Harry Soofield, of East Litchfield, has a yearling heifer, got by F. B. Starr's cele brated bull "Litchfield," which last Saturday turned the scales at the enormous weight of 1,043 lbs. The milk business on the Shepaug still con tinues to increase. During the year 1879, 05,000 cans and oases of milk were seat over this road, containing in all some 3,600,000 quarts of milk. Mr. Simon Meskill, of the firm of Middle mas & Meskill, tailors, New Britain, retired to bed early Tuesday night, and shortly af ter midnight bad a very severe hemorrhage and died about one o'clock Wednesday morn ing. The county indebtedness is : Hartford, $75,690 ; New Haven, $25,200 ; New London, $9,702 ; Fairfield, $40,000 ; Windham, no debt, but claims due the oounty of $193 ; Litchfield, $939 ; Middlesex, $2,500 ; Tol land, $20. Ueftd-lle&di.m la New York Tbeatrn. The Dramatic News says that "dead-headism to-day saps the very vitals of the theatrical business in New York," and that the evil is growing every year. It estimates that the 20 theatres of the city are attended every month by nearly 600,000 persons, of whom 90,000 do not pay for admission. This enormous army of dead-heads is largely due to the sys tem of paying for bill-board and lithograph privileges in tickets. Four tickets a month are usually given to each person who permits a bill-board to stand in front of his premises, and one or two tickets a week are given for the privilege of putting a lithograph in a win dow or a "hanger" in a store. If the reoipient of these tickets does not care to use them him self, he gives them to his friends or sells them. The various theatres have from 100 to 300 bill-boards each,makingan aggregate of about 3,000 in the city. In addition to these, there are abont 1,000 in adjoining cities. It takes about 10,000 tickets a month to support these 4,000 bill-boards. Besides these are the lith ograph and the "hanger" tickets. Then there is a large number of press tickets to critios, reporters, advertising agents, coleotors, cor respondents of out-of-town papers, feo. The actors must have tickets for their friends, and like demands are made by various employes. Bequests for free tickets come from police officers, politicians, employes of the fire de partment and postofSce. Hotel clerks and porters put in their olaims for directing guests to the theatres and passenger agents of rail roads consider themselves entitled to free passes. The bill-poster must have his quota, and doubtless the barber who shaves the lead ing man, or the black-boot who shines his boots, longs for a piece of the magic pasteboard in addition to what is paid for his services. Supposing that 90,000 free tickets are received a month at the theatres, and that each ticket is worth on an average $1, it will be seen that it costs managers $90,000 a month to support their extensive following of dead-heads. Many of the tickets are given away on the principle of "quid pro quo," and the theatres are supposed to reoeive some equivalent. But there is a large army of pure dead-heads who contribute nothing to the manager's coffers and have no claim on him for favors. According to the News, the sys tem of "papering the house," that is of giving away tickets by the hundred when necessary to fill the theatre and give the appearance of suocess,is not as prevalent as it was. How the EartbWill Pcri.h. New Tork Tribune's Beport of Prof. Proctor's Lec ture. The planet Venus has an atmosphere, and it is said to be at the very least as dense as that of our own earth. Then we learn also that ooeans are on her surface, because it has been shown by the spectrum. It appears also that it closely resembles our earth in condition, and mat it is tne one planet nt to be the abode of living creatures like those which exist on the earth. In Mars we begin to recognize the effects of planetary old age. These greenish patches we must regard as seas, and we find that they are much smaller in comparison to the rest of the area than in our earth. On our own planet 72.00 is covered with water, and on this only about 50.00. The older planet has the smallest water surface, and the idea is suggested that in old age of a planet the waters gradually diminish in extent. We pass to the moon to answer that ques tion, and here we certainly find no traces of water. Also, we trace no atmosphere of appre ciable density, and everything tends to show that she had water on her surface, but that it has disappeared. Does this seemingly dead and cold world appear to have passed through the same Btages as our own earth ? I think we cannot doubt this when we look at her voloan io craetrs. I think, too, there mnst have been there such life as exists on our own planet. There were ooeans on her surface, which for merly occupied these spots, which, the waters being withdrawn, present the finely granulat ed appearance from its action. This seems to be a natural explanation. As the planet be comes old the oceans become soaked into the planet's interior, the crust of the surface as the planet oools being formed into large cavi ties such as exist in porous substances, and in to these the water is withdrawn. Dr. Frank lin of England has shown that four times as much water as now finds place on the earth's surface could be found room for in the interi or of the earth, when the process of cooling has gone sufficiently far. Then, in regard to the atmosphere, there is oertainly no trace on the moon, but we have a picture here showing that the volcanic action of the moon was at one time no less than in our own earth. The moon probably represents the future of our earth at a distance of time of twenty- five mil lions of years. When the old age of the earth will come it will cease as the abode of life. Let us pause to consider some of the stars in this regard. Many of them are too old and many too young to sustain lives on their sur faces, but that they were formed for some pur pose beyond that of being useful to this par ticular planet there is no doubt. A study of the heavens seems to tell us that all life should occupy all space and all time, and not be crowded into one portion of time or one por tion of space. I think we may look at the heavens, with the thousands of stars to be Been with the naked eye, and hold this thought. There you have 6,000 suns, each a brother of our own sun, though many belong to higher orders, and we may believe that they have thousands of orbs circling around them which are the abodes of life. And if each one has but a single word in its system as the abode of life, we have them thousands of inhabited worlds, similar, perhaps, to our own. In the one single polar map here shown there are 324,000 stars, all to be seen with a small telescope, and by one of Hersohel's tel escopes 20,000,000 stars would have been brought into view in the same section of the firmament. But, after all, there still remains the thought that each planet is tending to ward death, and, though the periods of time are so vast that they seem like eternity, the dying out of the larger of these suns appears to us like the death of the universe itself. But take such an orb as Sirius, which is a thou sand times larger than the sun, and after his death all the smaller orbs will have died ; but can we escape the thought that there will still remain others to take their places ? It seems to me we cannot, if we remember how thor oughly we have been deceived in the past. We thought the earth the centre of the uni verse ; then the solar system was everything; then that systen became but one in a galaxy of stars, and in turn the galaxy of stars is lost ' in the infinitude of stars. Club X.ife in the Eau Indies. From the Philadelphia Times. London is the great home of clubs, as all the world knows, and it probably contains more of them in proportion to its population than any other large city on the globe. In the United States the growth of clubs has been chiefly in the past 25 years, and we have in all our leading oities a number and variety and excellence of clubs holding no mean rank when compared with the famous institutions of London. In the far East the club has flour ished to an extent rather surprising to many newcomers, especially if they are Americans, and some of the clnbs possess f eatnrea which no European or American club can boast. Take, for example, the Byoulla club of Bom bay, and where will you find , its equal ? It has all the usual paraphernalia of. the olub, . such as dining, billiard, bowling and card zooms in perfection. It has an extensive li brary and reading room, a spacious kitchen and a perfect cuisine, together with a bar and wine-cellar where the lover of exquisite drinks of whatever sort will find his tastes gratified. Then it has a long array of rooms 1 was told there were nearly a hundred, ..but did not count them where members may live and keep their servants, and it has stables for a hundred or more horses. - The long and broad veranda on the front of the olub house is the grand-stand of the Byculla race track, whiah is a mile in length and belongs to the olub, as does the ground it inoloses. On race days the horses are started in front of the veranda and the whole performance ia in point of fact under the club's control ; the public may witness the race from the road side near by, but only the members and their invited friends have the privileges of the olub house. Oeoaatonally there are balls and par ties at the Byoulla to which all the fashion of Bombay is invited, and the vast extent of the premises enables the affair to be conduoted in princely style. - The membership is large, the dues are high and the prices of living by no means low, but I do not know of any club in Europe or America that offer so muoh to its members as does the Byoulla. In the East one needs a great deal of comfort, and evi dently the managing committee of the insti tution I have described have sought to give a ' liberal Bllowanoe of the article in question. Another club at Bombay, where I found comforts and luxuries liberally bestowed, bears the name of the city. The Byoulla club is in the suburban portion of the oity of the Farsees, fully two miles from the region where most of the business is conducted. In its general shape and division Bombay is a f oroible reminder of New York, as it is on a long strip of land whose extremity holds the business quarter, while most of the residences are a couple of miles farther north. The Bombay club is therefore "down-town," and is a convenient resort for those of its members whose affairs keep them in the vioinity of the fort When I was in India, the club had a fine house on the principal avenue, but sinoe that time it has received from the government a grant of land near the Apollo Bunder, whioh is much the same as though a olub in New York should receive a gift of the site of Castle Garden. Castle Garden would be a delightful location for a New York olub in summer, and as it is summer all the year round in Bombay the advantages of the new site will be readily understood. The buildings are now going up and when they are oompleted the Bombay olub will be as well situated and as comforta ble in the usual club respects as any similar institution in the East. True it has not the race-track of the Byoulla olub, but on the other hand the Byculla clubbists cannot sit on their veranda to look on the shipping in the spacious harbor and sniff the breezes as they sweep in from the sea. The island of Ele phants, with its rock-out temples, will be a feature in the picture one sees from the ver anda of the Bombay olub, and is not this is land one of the famous sights of mystical and mythical India ? The Bengal club of Calcutta and the Ma dras olub of the city of that name vie with their Bombay rivals in the luxury of their at tractions and the general splendor of their premises. The Madras club covers an area large enough for a small town, and the gar den of tropical trees that surrounds it is one of the most flourishing in all India. The stranger within the gates who is fortunate enough to reoeive the club's hospitalities is not likely to be in a hurry to leave them, and unless he is made of sterner stuff than the most of mortals he will sometimes look back and sigh that fortune does not oftener lead him in the direction of the oity whose front is so mercilessly swept by the surf of the bay of Bengal. Where else can he find dry curry in perfection, and where can he more easily dream that he has discovered the Garden of Eden without the preliminary passage of the Styx ? He sips his brandy and soda under the delusion that it is the nectar of the gods, and as he feels the cool breath of the sea bree ze he may fanoy that he has been transported to Elysian fields. The clubs of the East are generally hospita ble to strangers, and one must be quite with out friends or acquaintances to be unable to gain admission to one of these favorite abodes during his sojourn in a city. On nearly every occasion when I arrived in one of the oities of Asia, whether small or large, and de livered my letters of introduction or called upon acquaintances, I was at once presented with an introduction to the leading club. Swallowing Spurts of disgusting mucous from the nostrils or upon the tonsils.Watery Eyes, Snuf flea, Bailing in the Ears, Deafness, Crackling sensations iu the Head, Intermittent Pains over the Eyes, Foetid Breath, Nasal Twang, Scabs in the Nostrils, and Tickling in the Throat are SIGNS of CATARRH. No other raoh loathsome, treacherous and undermining malady curses mankind. One fifth of our Children die of diseases generated by its Infections Poison, and one-fourth of living men and women drag out miserable exist ences from the same cause. "Wbile asleep, the impurities in the nostrils are necessarily1 wallowed into the stomach and in haled into the lungs to poison every part of the system. Dr. Wei De Meyer's Catarrh, Core absorbs the purulent virus and kills the seeds of poison in the farthest parts of the system. It will not only relieve, hut oertainly cure Catarrh at any stage. It is the only remedy which in our judgment, has ever yet really cured a oase of Chronio Catarrh. Cured ! Cured ! Cured ! Cured ! Q. 6. Presbitbt, Prop. West End Hotel, Long Branch, Cured of 20 years Chronic Catarrh. S Bksedict, Jb., Jeweler, 697 Broadway N. T., imemb. of fam'y) Cured of Chronic Catarrh. B. H. Brown, 839 Canal St., N.Y., Cured of 11 years Chronic Catarrh. J. D. McDonald, 710 Broadway, N. Y. (Sister-in- Law) Cured of 40 years Chronic Catarrh. Mrs. John Doughty, Flshklll, N. Y., Cured of 8 years Chronic Catarrh. Mrs Jacob Swabtz, Jb., 200 Warren St., Jersey City, Cured of 18 years Chronic Catarrh. A. B. Thorn, 183 Montague St., Brooklyn, (self and son) Cured of Catarrh. Bev. Wi. Anderson, Fordham, N. Y., Cured of 20 years Chronic Catarrh. Mim. ArsrsK, Opera Prima Donna, " 1 have received very great benefit from it." A, McKinnkt, K. K. Pres., S3 Broad St., N. Y.: " My family experienced immediate relief." &c., &c, &c, &c, &c, &c. Wei De Meyer's Catarrh, Cure is the moat important medical discovery sinoe vaccination. It is sold by all Druggists, or delivered by D. B. Dewey k Co., 46 Dey St., N Y., at 81.50 a package. To clubs, six pack ages for $7.50. Dr. Wei De Meyer's Treatise is sent free to anybody. Children Cry 'or Pitcher's Castoria. Centaur LinliDenU, the world's grea Paln-rellevlusj agents for Itlan and Beast. o7 ttawly Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco West's liver Pills Cure Dyspepsia West's Liver Pills Cure Liver Complaint. West's Liver Pills Cure Indigestion. West's Liver Fills Cure Sick Headache. West's Liver Pills Purify the Blood. s8 e4tbdly A Card. To all who are suffering from the errors and Indis cretions of yonth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c., I will send a reoeipt that will cure you FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was dis covered by a missionary .in South America. Sends self addressed envelope to the Bev. JOSEPH. T.'IN MAN, Station;), New York Oity. fS-eodwly When the Breath Is Vitiated from sour stomach Milk of Magnesia sweetens it by overcoming the acidity which causes its contamination. Dyspepsia, and all its harass ing symptoms, are speedily relieved by this admirable corrective. All druggists sell it. jal9 eod3t Baby Saved! We are so thankful to say that our baby was permanently cured of a dangerous and protracted irregularity of the bowels by the use of Hop Bitters by its mother, which at the same time restored her to perfect health and Btrength. The Parents, Rochester, N. Y. See another column. Brown's Household Panacea is the most effective pain destroyer in the world. Will most surely quicken the blood whether taken internally or applied externally, and thereby more certainly relieve pain, whether chronio or acute, than any other pain alleviator, and it is warranted double the strength of any similar preparation. It cures pain in the side, back or bowels, sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all aches, and is the great reliever of pain. "Brown's Household Panacea" should be in every family. Ateaspoonfnl of the Panacea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened, if pre ferred,) taken at bedtime, will break up a cold. 25 cents a bottle. much Sickness undoubtedly with children, attributed to other causes, is occasioned by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits, or Worm Lozenges, al though effectual ,n destroying worms, can do no possible injury to the most delicate child. This valuable combination has been success fully nsed by physicians, and found to be ab solutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful to children. Twenty-five cents a box. d23 TThP ltw What Hughes Says! IF YOU want a Barrel of Flour from my im mense stock, lost come and buy 91 a barrel cheap I er than elsewhere. , If yon want any Batter, select it from my Btock ' at almost any price. Beet Golden Syrup, per gallon. POo. Water White Kerosene Oil, per gallon 11c. A box of Soap, 120 bars, for $3. Pure Baking Powder, per lb. 309. Buy the Best Lehigh Coal from me, ana save hoc to 7oc a con. George Hughes, OrDEPJSNOEJSTT DEALER, ja20 34 Church Street. Please Read Price List for this Week. FEES EBggB,warranted 25c. ft dozen; Limed Egg,20c do. ; best Orange Co. Bntter, 30c. lb.; good cook lng Batter, 15c. lb.; best Porterhouse Steak, 16c.; Loin 14c. : Bound. 10c. and 12c. : Boasts, 8c.. 10c., 12c; Sparerib, 8a, and 9c.; Corned Beef, 4c., 6c. 8c. and 10c. : beat Early Bose Potatoes. 65c. bush. ; best Yellow Turnips, 35c. bush. ; 160 dubu. uarrots at ouc a Duen. ; oesi marrow j as ceaus, 8c. a qfc. ; frenh Herrings! Bait do. by the barrel or Bold at retail ; fresh Haddock, 5c. a lb. less by the quan tityreceived fresh every day from Boston. Peddlers supplied at Cos ton prices. II. llealy & Co., Cor. Oak St, and Congress Ave., Established 1817. jalV) UAL.X'S 13-L.UUjV. PATENTS. Catarrh is a poisonous infection of the mucous membranes just as Small pox is a virus of the blood. Catarrhal virus can be only reached and exterminated by antidotal, inocu lative elements, that are absorbed by the purulent mucous. Or. Wei De Meyer's Catarrh Cure is unquestionably the most important medical discovery since vaccination. It never fails. Supplied by Druggists or delivered, by 1. B. Dewey 5fc Co., 4t JJey street, N. at $1.50 a pack, age. Pamphlets, with full explanations, mailed free. oTd&wit. "West's Vegetable Lives Pills quickly relieve and cure Biliousness, Sick Headache, Liver Complaint, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Con stipation, Creneral Debility, and all diseases of the stomach, liver and blood. Entirely Veg etable. Sugar Coated. 30 Pills in each box. Price 25 cts. sept6 elthdly 8500 Reward X We will pay the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Head ache, Indigestion, Constipation or Costiveness we cannot oure with West's Vegetable Liver Fills, when directions are strictly complied with. Thejjara purely vegetable, and never fail to give'JBtisfaotion. Sugar Coated. Large boxes, containiti SO pills, 25 cents. For sale by all drggtetpL 'Also sent by mail on re ceipt of prioei .'New England Pill Co., sole manufaeturers for.the New England States, iNewDnryport, mass- sio e4tna ly l IiRrli Priced Bntter. 'Dairymen often, aronder how their more favored competitora.get such high prices for their butter tho"ygr around. It is by always having a uniform gilt-edged article. To put the "gilt edge" on, when the pastures do not do it, they use Wells, Richardson & Col's Perfected Butter Color. Every butter maker can do the same. Sold everywhere and war ranted as harmless as salt, and perfect in op erating. ja22 3teod ltw Wken Von Feel Mean take Kidney-Wort, advertised in another column. It acts energetically on the bowels and moneys at the same time, and so cares a host of diseases caused -by the inaotlon.of these organs; If yon are ont of fix, bny it at your arnggist s ana save a doctor's bill. ja22 3teod ltw Emerson's Antim Boot By L. O. Emerson. Price $1.25, or $12.00 per dozen. It is a pleasure to leok through this fine book, anil Choir Leaders will all be pleased with the general beauty of the muslo, and the great variety. There are more than 00 Anthems, Motets, Sentenoes, etc., inclu ding an Anthem Soxology and some fine new Hymn Anthems. Also 18 Besponses and Chtnts. Muslo for Christmas, Easter, and all other special ocesawas, ia Xlie Sleeping- Queen. (80c). Fine Operetta By uaufli HAVE VOU SEEN 'WHITE ROBES,' the new Sabbath Softool Book 7 It is a grand good Book and is meeting with unexampled sueoeas. Only published two months ago. It "takes" so well that the publishers are forced to issue edition after edition to keep paoe with the demand. To state, it tersely, "WHITE ROBES has gone straight into the hearts of all lovers of Bab bath School Muslo, and the faetiadne to its purity, freshness and originality. Send 80 eents in stamps for tare pie oopy. $8 per . j i j , , Temperance Jewels, (35c) by J. H. Tenney,shonld be used by all Temperance and Reform clubs. Any book mailed post-free tor the retail prios. OLIVER DITSON & CO., Ja WeBasrw Boston. R. H. EDDY, No. 76 State St., opposite Kilby, Boston Beonres Patents in the United States ; also in Great Britain, France and other foreign countries. Copies of the claims of any Patent furnished by remitting one dollar. Assignments recorded at Washington. Ao Agency in the United States possesses superior facili ties for obtaining Patents or ascertaining the patenta bility of inventions. B. H. EDDY, Solicitor of Patents. TX8TIMONXAI8. ' I regard Mr. Eddy as one of the most capable and successful practitioners with whom I have had official intercourse. OHAS. MASON, Commissioner of Patents. " Inventors cannot employ a person more trustwor thy or more capable of securing for $h ah early and favorable consideration at th Pattfht Office. EDMUND BURKE, late potnniiflsioner of Patents." - ' uostok t uctooer ivt iriv. K. H. EDDY. Esq. Dear Sir : You procured for me. in 1840, my first patent. Since then you have acted for and advised me in, hundreds of cases, and procured many patents, reissues and extensions. I have occa sionally employed the best agencies in New York, Phil adelphia and Washington, but I Btill give you almost the whole of my business, in your line, and advise oth ers to employ you. i ours iruiy, uaujtu- .ritt. Boston, Jan'y 1. 1880. jal eodly S. E. DIBBLE, nro. 101 itAnr strekt, AGENT FOB THE NEW HECkA, Witb tbe Combination Duplex Grate. nit Carria ires and. WaROiis for Sale. "QPUl, BEAOH WAGON, also 4-eeat Boekaway, 3Qx thrpe Heoond-haml Phaetons; Top Oarriage, shift IT! top, patent wheel ; also Second hand Wagons and Carriages Repairix of all kinds promptly attended to and at he koweBt PriceH. CarrUgasand vagons 3 tared and Sold on OoramiRSion. ja39 i IN, 10 HOWS STRKBT. ISMESNE SUCCESS I DR. S. W. FISKE, Of Norwich- Conn, Tne Celebrated latrvoyivnt JPiiysician, i And Magnetic Healer of 29 years practice, also Busi ness and Test Medium. WXIX visit New Haven, Conn., four days in every month at the Tontine Hotel, where he can be consulted Monday evening, January 19th, Tues day, weonesoay ana xnursaay, tian. vtn. vubx ana -a, ana maay, tne until 9 p. m. ' Office hours from 9 a. m. to 9 d. m. The doctor examinee the sick at slcht. without be ing told of their complaints, and prepares hie medi cines himself from the beet of selected roots, herbs and barks, for the speedy cure of all chronic diseases of whatever name or nature. His medicines cleanse the lystem and leave the patient in a healthy condi tion. The doctor is also possessed with strong mag netic healing powers for the quick removal of all dis eases. He has been in active practice for over a quarter of s century, treatint thousands of oases with remark able success. Medicines prepared expressly for each and every case and furnished very reasonable, and nothing poisonous given. The doctor does not charge exorbi tant prices. Medicines will be furnished from two dollars upwards. Also sent to all parts of the country by express when desired. The doctor can also read your past, present and fu ture destiny, and is one of tbe most ae ton-thing seers of the present age for his truthfulness in reading the most important events in one's life. Sittings for bui inets affairs or examination of the fiok, $1. Commu nications by letter upon business or health must con tain t age, sex, a lock of hair, and stamp. Address Lock Box 1358, Norwich, Conn. WIhe doctor can be consulted at the Sterling Bouse, Bridgeport, Oonxu, January 2ith and 36th, and the 26th, until 3 p.m. Ja8 d&w To All Whom It May Concern. HE. FOWLER is the only authorized Licensee of the United Nickel Go., who is privileged to do job plating in the city of New Haven. UNITED NICKEL 00. By A. J. Fobsks, Agent, jail FINE COFFEES A SPECIALTY. I would call particular attention to my Choice Se lections of Genuine Old Mocha, Old Government Java, . Maracaibo, - J And Bio Coffees.) MI trade in these goods is constantly increasing, owing to their uniform saperiorlty. . I All those who want a cood and genuine article will and on trial that Ute place to et Use best $72; 1 A WEEK. $13 a day st home easily made. Oostly , ontnt free. Address Tails ft Oo Angnsta, Me R. G. RUSSELL., ABOHITICT, myao 8S4.Uhapel Street, Hew Baren, Ot. C. H. OAYLORD'S Canton Tea Store, j 417 State Street, Cor. Court St. JalS BUYERS OK COSGROYE OFEIfS THIS DAT 118 GREAT Closing Ont Sale And Will Offer Some Woaflerlii! Great fiarpus A Few More Left OF THOSE Reliable Fine Watches For Ladles and Gents. THOUSANDS of Besntif nl Bings, large eaass of ' besntlf nl Silverware, a very large collection of Gold Bets, Pins, Oharms, Seals, etc A host of new, , and choice goods, very desirable. If yon want an Ornamental Clock, or an article In ! solid SUver Ware, or anything ia tbe line of Watch or I Jewelry Bepairing, or anything in tbe line of Specs and Eyeglasses, yon will And just what yon want at : GEO. L. STREETER'S, ! MO. 233 CIEA1EjL STBS5ET, SLEDS. SLEDS. Robt. B. Bradley & Go. J. N. ADAM & CO. JaSd&w "New Haven, Conn. Andrew Goodman, Impoi -I Pi- ODD AND BROKEN LOTS -OF- Gocd, Serviceable, Heavy Winter Goods. Don't Fail To do And See Him. Notwithstanding the fact that goods have advanced t least 25 per cent, sinoe the purchase of his present stock, he intends to close ont his entire Winter Stock at the old prices. Remember These Advantages. You have the largest stock and greatest variety of styles in New England to select from. Yon buy them cheaper than at any other store, and in addition to ail that, if you purchase $1 worth of goods or upwards, you receive a ticket in his grand distribution of pres ents on March 1st, which may secure for you from five to fifty times the amount of your purchase, at COSGROVES Great Boot and Shoe Store, SS Crown Street. FINE assortment of Fancy and Staple Groce ries, comnriaina a stock of .ported Sardines. isoneiess sardines. - Tunney Fish, French Mushrooms, French Peas, Edam Cheese, Russian Caviar, Ncmfohatel Cheese. Capres, Huntter Cheese. Spanish Olives. Sapsago, Queen Olives, Italian Parmassaen, Fro mage De Brie, Imported and Domestic Swiss Cheese. CANNED GOODS. Peaches, String Beans. Pineapple, Lima Beans. I Bartlett Pears, Sugar Corn, Apricots, Tomatoes, I Plums, Asparagus. Dried Peaches, Dried Raspberries, r Dried Apples, Dried Whortleberries, Dried Blackberries, Dried Cherries. ! A complete assortment of the finest brands of Gbam . pagnes, Port, fihsrry, Catawb, Madeira and Blackber I ry Wines, also a fine stock ot. Bottled Goods of every J description. j Finest brands of Imported and Domestic Cigars. ! Call and be convinced that wo handle nothing but first quality goodB. Andrew Goodman, ISO. 88 CISOWHT STftEiT, 1 Near Music Hall, 4 doors from Church St., i i ja!3 Goodman Building. Cor. Church and Crown St. Many Very Celebrated "I3HY8IOIAN8 claim that children are never troub 1 jT led with worms and especially young children. . These same physicians, while they set up this claim t are the very ones to nse vermifuges in their practice, for fear the child might be troubled with worms. Pa ( rents should give worm medicine to their children in the same way when they show the least symptom of worms ; and the best remedy to use is the justly cele brated 2905 Vermifuge. BIOHARDSON & CO., Whole sale Agents. Sold by all druggists. Hall's celebrated Toothache Drops never fail. JylO ThSaAeowwly GRAY'S SPECIFIC iUEIICIIVE. TRADEMARK The Great TRADEMARK juneriisu item ed y, An unfailing cure for Seminal Weakness, Sperma torrhoea, In. poten cy, and all diseases that follow, as a se quence of 6 elf- Abo se ; as Loss of Memory. Universal BEFORE TARIKGasitude, Pain AFTER TAKING. the Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature Old Age, and man? other Diseas es that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and a Prema ture Grave. IV- Full particulars in our pamphlet, which we de sire to sen! free by mail to every one. The Spe cific Medicine is sold by all druggists at $1 per pack age, or six packages for $5, or will be sent free by mall on receipt of the money by addressing THE GRA MEOIC! CO., No. 10 Mechanics Block, Detroit, Mich. IV SoM in New Haven by all Druggists. ja7 BIOHABDSON & CO.. Wholesale Agents. 0 ja!7 d&w NEW HAVEN. t Board of Belief Notice. THE Board of Belief for the Town of New Haven hereby give notice that they will meet at their office, No. B Oity Hall, MONDAY, the 5th day of Janu ary, 1880, and by adjournment on every week day until Jan. 24th inclusive, at 9 o'clock a. m.( on each of said days, and at 7 o'clock p. m. on the 20th and 23d of said month, for the purpose of hearing any appeals that may be made to them from the doings of the Board of Assessors and for hearing appeals on account of indebtedness ; and on the 24th day of said January for the purpose of hearing appeals for the abatement of the polls of indigent sick and infirm persons. WILLIAM W. HOTOH88,i TnUMiB u'xsttiisis, I isoara FRANK CHANDLER, S- jOHARLES S. SCOTT. j of Belief. JalS lOt JOHN BUFF, J CRAVESr PATENT MFHOVED rtT 1"-'" vs I0ffpf" r'"i7Tiii '"'ji iJm ra,ilr. -". ... , The Only Remedy I THAT ACTS AT THE SAME T13IE 05 I THE LIVEE?, THE BOWELS, and the KIDNEYS. Tlis combined actum aivea it wtm iderfut'oWri cure aU diseases. Why Are We Sick ? Because tee allow these great organs I to become dogged, or torpid, and poisonous humors are therefore forced into the blood that should be expelled naturauy. I BILIOUSNESS, PILES, CONSTIPATION, I DISEASES, FEMALE WKAK SESSES, AND NEIt VOL'S SISOBDEBS, I by causing free action of these organs I and restoring their power to throw off i disease. I WhT Suffer Billons nalns and aches 1 I Why tormented with Piles, Constipation 1 1 Why frightened orer disordered Kidneys 1 1 it uj riiiiuni uerruus r kic. neanacnesl Why hare sleepless nights f Use KXDNEY WORT and rejoice in Tuallh. It is a (fry, vegetable compound and I One package will make six qtsof Medicine. L Oet.it of your Druggist,' he will order u ...TO.LS, EI3HASS30iI It CO.,' Proprietors, "SHf A. C Chamberlin & Sons, aa 2tawiaw New Haven. know thyseef: THE untold miseries that resnlt f rym indiscretion in early life may be alleviated and cured. Those who doubt this assertion should purchase the new medical work published by the PEABODY MEDICAL INSTITUTE, BostOD, entitled THE SCIENCE OF LIl'Ki or, SKLF-FKES- EltVAXaOIV. Exhausted vi tality, nervous and physical debility.or vitality impair ed by the errors of youth or too close application to business, may be restored and manhood regained. Two hundredth edition, revised and enlarged, just published. It is a standard medical work, the best iu the English language, written by a physician of great experience, to whom was awarded a gold and jeweled medal by the National Medical Association. It con tains beautiful and very expensive engravings. Three hundred pages, more than 50 valuable prescriptions for all forms of prevailing disease, the result of many years of extensive and successful practice, either one of which is worth ten times the price of the book. Bound in French cloth ; price only $1, sent by mail post-piid. The London Lancet says: "No person should be without this valuable book. The author is a noble benefactor." An illustrated cample sent to all on receipt of 6 cents foe postage. The author refers, by permission, to JOS. S. FISH EB, president; W. I. F. INGRAHAM, vice-nresidexit ; W. PAINE, M. D.; O. H. ADNTT, M.D.; H. J. DOU OET, M. D.; IUH. KLINE, M. D.; J. B. HOLCOMB, M. D.; N. R. LYNCH, M, D.,and M. R. O'OONNRLL, M. B., faculty of lbs Philadelphia University of Medi cine and Surgery ; also the faculty of the American University of Philadelphia; alo Hon. P.A. BIS SELL, M. D., president of the National Medical Association. Address Dr. W. H. s Sf W 71 A T PARKER, No. 4 Bulflnch I g jij J I J Street, Boston, Mass. rri Wjt T 1 1 F The author may be i JLX J toliJjt1 consulted on all diseases requiring skill and expert ence. nltt. MoTh&wly , . D. I. C. Is an absolute and irresi stable cure for ftnniiuL TntpmnerAnce and the use of Onlum. To baccoiNarcotlcs, and Stimulants, removing all lsbeo, aesire aim nauit oi using n.uy vi iucm, rcu derlngtne taste or desire for any of them perfectly odious and disgusting. Giving every one perfect and irresi stable control of the sobriety of them selves or their friends. It prevents that absolute physical and moral Prostration that follows the sudden breaking off mm iiatno Rt.tTnntn.ntR or nnrcotiCB. Package, prepaid, to cure 1 to & persons, $2, or at your druggists, $1.75 per bottle. Temperance societies snouta recommena it. It is perfectly harmless and never-failing. Hop Bitters Mfg. Co., Rochester, N. Y.Sole Agents TTnn C.mnrh fTnre destroys all naln. loosens cne cougn, quiets wo ucrvco, prouuc teat, miu never fails to cure. The Hop Pad for Stomach, Liver and Kidneys. Is superior to all others. Cures by absorption It is perfect ask druggists. The Hon Bitter WTm. Co.. of Roche-tor. N. T. tmh. vrenmrv these remedies, also the Hop Bitten, which are in no sense & bererafort&toxicant, bntthePamtssd Be4 JMtcttM rer maoa), ma ring man caret uuui Ui oust rcmjaiet. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUCCISTS. in, iMOAT&.UKGDIS.ASE.I Axe offering this A Larger and. Better Assortment of Framed Sleds, Sleighs and Clippers, Than Xver Before. Oar stock comprises Boys' and Girl8 Framed Sleds, In great variety of styles and size Clippers or Coasters, Of several different Patterns and Sizes, Airo Children's Sleighs, All of which are well-made and Elegrantly and Attractively Finished. We also sell the Best Snow Shovels In market. Adams'PMent and Wentwsrth's Pa tent. .Lowest Cash Prices. ROBT.B.BRADLBY& CO., 406 and 408 State Street, dlB d few NEW HATER, OT. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS Hatltioads. WANTED. 8391 CLOTHES WR1NGEIM to repair. BY GEOKGK D. LAMB, THE WBIMGKB MAN, 190 Cfeapel Street, , Where yon can find the beat Clothes Wringers, Carpet Sweepers, Washing Machines, Flnting Machines. Tea I and Coffee Pots, aranlte, Iron ana .Britannia ware, Tin, Crockery, Glass and Wooden Ware, American and Imported Baskets, Oil and Gas Stoves, and a large va riety of first-class House Furnishing Goods at low pri ces. I" Try jRicnardsen's) Original Lit tle Waiter, the beat in use. d6 diwly GKEATREDUCT10N IN PBIOE. ' Wo desire to give our customers timely warning that it will soon be necessary to raise our prices on Iiiei M Cottoi Coo!$ of all kinds. We bought early and bought largely, in anticipation of higher rates, and our calculations have proved correct. STo-day we are able to sell the goods at least fifteen per cent, below market value. We believe it is more to our advantage in the end to distribute as widely as possible the benefit of our early purchases than it would be to advance prices now (as we might do), and take the additional i profit. ' Our aim is to be popular and efficient We therc- HoHsatonic Bailroad NEW IXBTE." Through C!ar Between Bridgeport and Albany. Shortest, Quickest and Cheapes Route for Albany, Troy, Sari atoga, and the West. PARHBWOER TBAIS8 ""e.?RE?EPOBT ,OT ALBANT, SARATOGA anfl the WEST, 10:10 a. m. fnpon arrival of -.S a.m. train tronwHtn)WITH THBOVOH CAR FOR ALBsNT, arriving at 50 p. m. Arrives Saratoga 6:46 p. m.; connecting at Albany with 8:10 p. m. Popular Chicago and 8t. Iionis Express, arriving in Chicago 7:40 the nez t p. m. Leave BRIDGEPORT at 4:M p. m. (connecting with 8:4S p. m. Train from New Haven) arriving in Albany 10:05 p. m., Saratoga 12:30 night. RETVTRN I NO THROUGH CAR leaves Al. bany at 6:40 a. m., arriving in Bridgeport 12:8 noon, New Haven 1:10 p. m. Throngh Tickets sold and Baggage Checked at New Raven Passenger Depot for JPittafield and al Honsstonio Stations, North Adams, Albany, Troy and Saratoga. H. D. AVERTLI4 General Ticket Agent, L. B. 8TILL8ON, Acting Bnperintenden Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 10, 1879. Now York, New Haven and Hart ford Railroad. ON and after Mondav. May 13th. 1879 Trmln. Ia&vm Nm TTavayi . t nllnv. 9:83 a. m.. (this train stops at Milford.S 1:60 p. m.. 8:35, 5:28, 8:10 p. m. Washington Night Express via Harlem River Branch, "11:40 p. m., (daily ex oept Rnndays) stops at Bridgeport, Soath Norwalk, Stamford. Accommodation, 6:30, 7:35 a. m., 12:08 noon, 8:45 and 5:40 p. m. Train for Bridgeport a 7:80 p. m. SUNDAY EVENING TRAIN for New fork will ioave at 8:15 p. m., arriving at Grand Central Depot a 11:50 p. m. FOB HARTFORD, MIDDLETOWN, NEW BRITAIN SPRINGFIELD, BOS TON and the North Express 2:S0 s. m., (dally except Mondays) for Hartford, stopping atMeriden. This train goes from Hsrtford to Boston via Wllllmantio and Putnam. Aa oommodation 8:15 a. m. for Springfield. Express 10:88 a. m. for Merlden. Berlin, New Britain, Mid dletown, Hartford and Springfield. Accomm., 10:48 a. m.,f or Merlden only. Express, 1:21 p. m., tor Springfield, stops at Hartford and Merlden on ly. Accommodation, 8:12 p. m. for Springfield, jtxpres 6:28 p. m. for Merlden, Berlin, New Brit ain, Mlddletown, Hartford and Springfield. Ac oommodation 6:16 p. m. to Hartford, connects for New Britain and Mlddletown. Accommodation 8:10 p. m. for Springfield. Express "12:00 mid night for Merlden. Hartford and Springfield Sundays, express 12:07 midnight for Merlden, Hsrtford and Springfield. FOB NEW LONDON, PROVIDENCE, NORWICH. ROflTnTCanrt tlin Hut ItammMm lQ'S midnight, and 8:27 p. m. Aooommodation train at 8:08, 10:40 a. m., 6:85 p. m. Special to Gnllford at 8:20 p. m., stopping st all stations. Dally. k. M. REED, Vice President. my26 Signature is on every bottle of the GENUINE ! distributors, rather than speculators. It imparts the most delicious taste and zest to I fnYe rCS'tectfullv SU P PCSt tO all interested that theV SOUPS. f EXTRACTj 01 s jjjli inn irom m . MEDICAL GENTLE- GRAVIES, FISH, HOT &. COLD S'SeSsSTil0? MAN at Madras to his brother at WORCESTER, May, ISO A. " Ten LEA At PEB- BINS that their Sauce is highly esteemed in India, ana is, in my mlon, tne most pai Lble as well as the out wholesome Sanos it is made.' CAME, &c. Sold and nsed throughout the world.f TRAVELERS AND TOURISTS FIND GREAT BENEFITINHAVING A BOTTLE WITH THEM. " JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, AGENTS FOR; XJEA & PJSKBIirS, 26 College Place jnd 1 U nion Square, New York. CARPETS. WE HAVE NOW OPEN A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NOVELTIES MANUFACTURED BY OURSELVES Expressly for Oar Betail Trade, CONSISTING OF AXM1SSTEUS, MOtll'ETTES, WILTONS, VELVETS, BRUSSELS, TAPE8TBI8, THREE-PL YS and INGRAINS of a SUPERIOR QUALITY, INCLUDING MANY EXCLUSIVE DESIGNS, which we are offering at should buy now. St is certain that when we take inventory next month, we shall have to mark everything in the domestic departments ! with higher figures, and many things may possibly have to go up sooner, as our stocks become exhausted and we have to replace them at cur rent rates. We mention as important items in housekeeping Boods, Sfable Clovers and Jlfapkins, Jlinen and Cotton Sheetings and billow -Casings, Quilts, Sfowels and Sfoweling, Shirting Cottons, and Cotton Cloth of all grades, bleached and unbleached. J. N. ADAM & CO., 366 and 368 Chapel St. vert: low prioes. i WE ARE WILXiIHG- TO HAKE WE ALSO OFFER A LARGE SELECTION OF I TUBK1SH, SXYBIVA AND EAST INDIA I RUGS AND MATS, j IN NEW AND CHOICE DESIGNS OF OUR OWN 1 IMPORTATION. ALSO, j OIL-CLOTHS, LINOLEUM, LIGNUM, 1 4c, AT LOW BATES. VERY LOW PRICES ON FURNITURE, In order to keep our jstoeli moving through the dull season, A. . HAMBEBLIHf & SO!?&, 388, 890 and 892 State Street. J. Dobson, CARPET MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS, An J& 19 WpqI lAfh St . Hfiw Ynrlf. ! FINE CARRIAGES FOR FAMILY USE. I j ji i b ii uwi i in w u i ii w ii iuin ja7 Near Sixth Avenue Elevated Railroad Station. John Van Gaasbeelc, Manager. ol eo'ISm P1 tice, a Hall's Positive Cure. B. G. H. Hnnter, Lake City, Fla., says : " I hays used Hall's Positive Cure for Corns in my prao and always with eminent success in curing Corns and Warts." This remedy is worth its weight in gold for sore and inflamed joints, hard tumors at the bot- 1 torn of the feet, and as it oontains nothing injurious to r the skin or clothing, but is a perfectly safe and clean 1 preparation, it nils a long felt want. Sold by druggists : at &0O a bottle. RICHARDSON ft CO., Wholesale Agents. jylO ThSa&eowwly FURIf ITUREI DE GBAAF & TAYLOR, 47 and 49 West 14th Street, Bet. SO and 6th Avenues, LATEST STYLE 8 IN .Landaus, Hiandanlets, Ber 1 1 n Coaches, Coupes, Broughams, Victor las.and Six-Passenger Kockaways, All strictly first-class. Warranted to give perfect satisfaction. H. KILLAM & CO., ois tf New Haven. Conn. iiijj.y uuuuej. iiihm uuuuu. i NEW YORK. I i Wre, Safe JfHIlm are an immediate stimulus for a Torpid Liver, and cure C'os tiveneM, Dyspepsia, BiliomncH. .Bil ious Diarrhoea, Malaria. Fever and Affne, and are useful at times in nearly all diseases to cause a free and regular action of the Bowels. The best antidote for all Blala rial Poison Price, 23 cents a Box. Warner' 8afe JITer-rine quickly gives Res and Sleep to the sufferingr, cures Head ache and Nettiralfria, Prevents Epiloptie f itm, and is tbe beat remedy for Nervous Pros tration brought on by excessive drinking, over-work, mental shocks, and other causes. it relieves toe pains or all diseases and is nev er injurious to the sys tem. Tbe best of all Nervines. Bottles of two sizes ; prices, SO eta. and 91. Remedies ere sold by TfnmcMM ,L Demlers In Medicine everywhere. H.H. Warner & Co. 9 Proprietors, K0CHESTEB, If. T, (7SeBd for pamphlet sad JHE MOST WONDERFUL DISCOVERY OF THE 19th CENTURY. Th curative, cleansing and purifying qualities of Sulphur have long been known by Physicians of every nation, who have thus used it freely de spite its disagreeableness, and also as a preventive of disease, which latter quality has long been recognized by old and young, learned and un learned. WMJ.T A. BLESSING to suffering humanity that an Elixir compounded from Sulphuragreeable to t he taste, yet all-powerful in Ms action upon the system, has at last been discovered. To achemisiofthe"Old Jay State" belongs the credit of discovering and perfecting THIS SPECIFIC MEMEDT, Elixir of Sulphur, for the treatment of alt Pulmonary Diseases, that have heretofore baffled the combined wisdom of the medical profession, far surpassing In efficacy Cod liver Oil, Sitters, Tonics and every species of stimulants. INVALIDS whose stomachs are already oversensitive and weak from disease, become nauseated at the men tion of bitters and disagreeable mixtures and naturally become skeptical, and are reluctant to try new remedies. The testimony of so many living witnesses that i: i,i xl n of swop hub has conquered thath ydra-hca&ed monster of diseases, Consumption, and its predecess ors Catarrh and Bronchitis proves beyond cavil a grand victory and finaltriumph of the Elixir. A. Pit OP SET I1T BIS OWN CO CX Tit Y can be trusted abroad. In the city of Uolyoke, over 2000 bottles of Arthur's Elixir of Sulvhur were sold the first six months, its won derful cures winning the endorsement of leading ntrrtur win Manufacturers and Dealers in all kincls of FUBNI- ; TUBE. . I i The most complete Stock and lowest Prices in New Tork. I Sele manufacturers of the CENTENNIAL PABLOB . . BHD. Catalogues mailed free. ''. ! DE GRAAF & TAYLOR, . 47 and'49 West 14tb Street, ' We Have in Stock a Fall Assortment of CARPETS, PAPER HANGINGS AND CURTAIN GOODS, AM. NEW DESIUNN FOS FALL. NEW YOKE., c6 eodly FOR RENT, A Desirable Store, No. lOO Con gross Avenue. Inquire ef aiK In Mill, 11. Ji. BEBWELL. 333 and 335 CHAPEL STREET. jslS For sale bj Bichardson & Co. and all other 'Druggists. 81 jest m mm Ths PUREST. HEALTHIEST. STRONGEST and BEST BAKING POWDERIn the world. We solioit an unprejudiced comparison with ANY other kind. GUARANTEED FREE FROM ALUM OR ANYTHING UNHEALTH- FUL, and warranted to glvo perfect satis faction. Ask your Grocer forCZAR BAKING POWDER and take no other kind, AS THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Manufactured by STEEUC& EMERY, Kew Ha. Ten, Conn. aafeodsnrom citizens who cheerfully ascribe praise to their leading JJruggtst ana Chemist of the past twenty years. Annul -s Elixir of auipnur is manujaczurea ac the labratory of theproprietors, 154 HIGH STREET, H0LT0KE, MASS. B. F. AETHUB A CO., Manufacturing Chemists, Send for circular of testimonials of wonder ful cures. Price $1.00 per bottle, and our agents are instructed to refund the money in every case where it does not give satisafction. It is Sold by Bichardson 4 Co. and E. A. Whittlesey at wholesale and at retail by Druggists generally. o28 eod&wly MATHEY CAYLUff Disenses-of the pexnnl nrjrann. recent or chronic, are promptly i-it rei Ity Mulhey Cay I us Capsiries; nsed for oVr 2r y-!-- by the" leading physicians 01 xsurope ana America. Prepared by CLIN ft CIS, Paris. . .ITS OOMMOH-SENSE EEMEDY. Rye & Rock, Pure WMte Koclt Candy Dissolved. Ill Old Bye Whiskey. This article is now the leading remedy for coughs, colds, consumption and all diseases of the lungs, and has the hearty end orsement 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. priCe SI.OO. Prepared and sold Wholesale and Retail by GD0J. G. BALL & $00, 250 Chapel St. New Haves, Ct. DIRIGO DINING ROOMS, No. 3 Crown Street, near Churcn. For Ladles and Gentlemen A Positive Cure WITHOUT MEDIIXS. Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies. PATENTED OCTOBER 16, 1876. ONE BOX Boston & Now Tork Air Line Kit. Mrwsssn On and after MONDAY, March Mth ii4j4i879. trains will ran as follows: 8:U6 s. m. TRAIN for Willlxnsntio, connects at Willi. manuo wiin trains or tns ri. Y. ft N. B. ana n, I.. N. railroads, arriving in Boston at 1:15 p. m. Providence 13:35, Worcester 13:37 p. m., aua Norwich at 10:60 a. in. 10:45 a. m. TBAIN for Willimantio, oonnectlng at Wll- umanuo wim . k. s n. m. ana rtew ijonaon Northern Railroads. 8:30 p. m. TBAIN for Willimantio, oonnectlng st Wllll- muiuc wiui sev Lonaou nonaera iv. a., xor Norwich and New London. Trains leave Toraerville for Colchester st 9:00 a. m.. 1:06 and 7:30 p. m. ijeave uoicuester ror rnrnorvilie at ff:2o ana io:wi a. m., and 6:39 p. m. Trains connect at MIddlotown with the Conn, valley Ballroa'i for Baybrook and Hsrtford. See Posters. i. H. FRANKLIN, ma3S Superintendent. New Haven and Kortliamptou Kailroad. On and after Monday, Not. 35th, 187 Trains will leave New Haven at 7:10 a m.. 10::tN su m..and 5:JS n. m. for Plainville New Hartford, Westneld, Holyoke, Easthampton Northampton and Williamsburg. Trains will arrlvo froip the above points at 9:15 m.f 1:36 p. m. and R:06 p. ra. Close Connections. At Plainville with trains east and west on Now Tors and New England RK. j At Pine Meadow with Oonn. Western ER. At Westneld with Boston and Albany RR. At Northampton with Oonn. River KB. - For particulars see small Time Tables at ths oPans and depots. KDWABD A. BAY, uenerai xicxot Agent. New Haven, Nov. 35th, 1878. n36 rewHsiaven 'iimt'sn ,8atirol On and after WEDNESDAY, slay 10(1. 1678, Trains will ran as follows : LEAVE HEW HAVEN, At 7:10 and 10:00 a. m.; 3:00, :S0 and :15 p. nl, LBAVX ANSONI, At 8:10 and 9:04 a. in.; 13:50, 8:10 and 7:36 p. m. Connections are made at Ansonla with passner trains of the Nangatnck railroad, and at New Hav$ii with the prinoipal trains of other roads oanterln there. K, 8. QUINTABO, Snpt. New Haven, May 14, 1878. myl NATOATUCK BAILROAD. COMMENCING MAY 15, 1878, train' 'will ran as follows: QOINO NORTH Lurl Bbimipobt, 7:80 a. m. Milk Train for Winsted. (7:00 Sundays.) 10:00 a. m. Passenger Train for Winsted, connecting at Derby from New Haven; at Waterbaryfor BriBtol and Hartford and Watertown, 10:80 a. to. Freight Train for Winsted. 2:60 and 6:56 p. m. Mixed Trains for Wsterbnry, re oeiving passengers from New Haven at Ansonla. 4:50 p. m. Passenger Train for Winsted, oonnectlng at Derby from New Haven, at Waterbury Watertown. GOING SOUTH Lain WATBBBtmT. f 6:00 a. m., 9:00 a. m. Freight Trains. 8:17 and 11:50 a. m., 3:26 p.m. Passenger Trains, .3l p. m. Milk. On Sundays a milk train 6:25 p. m. Stages for Litchfield leavs Litohilflld station d arrival of ail trains. Freight trains have passenger ftocommodations. GEO. W. BEAOH, Snpt. Bridgeport, May 13th, 1378. my!8 Steamboat Line for New York. Fare $1, including BertU. Tickets (or tlie Round Trip. 1.3CI. .j-fEjs, The Steamer O. H. NOBTUAM, Oapt. riaKTasgggj. o. Bowns, will lesve New Haven at 12:00 p. m., Sundays excepted. Staterooms sold st Berkele ft Ourtiss', 109 Ohuroh street, near Ohapel. Steamer CONTINENTAL, Oapt. F. J. Peck, leavil New Haven at 10:15 a. m., Sundays exoepted. FROM NEW YORK The 0. H. NORTHAM leaves Peck Slip at 8 p. ni., and the CONTINENTAL at 11 o'olock p. m., Saaday excepted. Sunday Nisrlix iloat for New York. The Steamer NEW HAVEN, Oapt. Snow, leaves New Hsven at 11 p m. Staterooms sold at the Park House and Elliott Houve. Tickets are sold and baggage checked through to Philadelphia, (both routes) Baltimore and WashlzutHHi. a 30 JA8. H. WARD, Agent. Etoyal Slail Steamers. New York to Qusenstown and LIverDQa' Every 1'Uursday or wmurday. Ton OITY of BRUSSELS, 8716 OITY of NEW YORE B' 0 No. 1 will com any casta In lour days, or less. No. will curs tbe Most Obstinate Cs.se, mo matter of bow Ions; landing;. No natfieoui dosea ol Cnbeba, Copaiba or Oil ot Sandalwood, tbat are certain to Tons. OITY OF BERLIN, 641 OITY of RICHMOND 4fl(7 OITY OF CHESTER, 4666 I OITY OF FABIH. l I OITY of MONTBEAL4490 OITY of BROOKLYN 3H These magnificent steamers, built in watertight oirc partments, are among the strongest, Isrgost and (as est on the Atlantic The saloons ars luxuriously furnished, especially well lighted and ventilated, and take np thewhoie width ot the ship. The principal staterooms ars amid ships, forward of the engines, where least noise ao motion is felt, and are replete with every oomfort,hav ing all latest Improvements, donble berths, eleotri bslls, so. The cnislne has always been a speol<e of this L'.; Ladies' cabins and bathrooms, Gentleman's smok and bathrooms, Barbers' shops, pianos, libraries, A-,, provided. The Steerage accommodation cannot be exosii' .t Passsngors of this olaes will find their comfort and,'. vacy particularly studied, and the provisioning nn. passed. For ratss of passage and other information, apply JOHN tl. IAI.R, Aroma, Or to 31 Broadway, w iarr E iward Downes, 889 Chapel street. W. Fitspatrick, 117 Grand street, Bunnell ft Scran ton, 306 Ohapel stroet. John W. Burns, 402 Ohapel street. P. Morrlsaey, 84 Church street. t"t Starin'sfiswHavan Transportation Line Commencing Wednesday, Sept. 4th, 1878, -jsJTTs. The JOHN H. STARIN, Oapt. McAI j5rKl,T1l will lesve New Haven at 10:15 p. m. on Sunday, Tuesdsy and Thursday. Leave .New York at 9 p.m. every Monday, Wodnesuay and Friday. The ERASTU8 CORNING, Oapt. Spoor, has reoont ly had thirty new rooms added and is in nrstlaa shape for csrrying passengers, will leave New Have:, at 10:15 p. m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday Leave New York at 9 p. in. every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Only Sunday night boat from Nc York. ( (Fare reduced to $ 1, lnolnding berth in onbln. ' (1.60, " " " rtateroom. Tickets for the round trip, $1,60. Fan Coach leaves the depot at 8:10 p. m. Leave oorner Churoh and Ohapel streets every half hour oommencine 8:30 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage checked tu Philadelphia. Freight billed to the West at New York rates. Special freight rateB to Philadelphia, Baltimore an-l Washington. Boats land foot of Oortlandt street, close to Penns. and New Jersey Central B. B. Ferry. Baggage trans ferred free. Tickets and Staterooms can be purobasod at Tontiui Hotel, at Ed. Downes', 339 Ohapol St., and at Downes News Airenov. 851 Ohapel Street. Staterooms for Sunday night boat can be obtained W. A. Bpaoiding's drug store, 89 Churoh street. W. B. MILLER, Agent, New Haven. W. 0. EGKBTON, General Agent, Pier 14 North Bi. er. New York. sK DOLLARS AND CM. A fall stock constantly on hand. Shirts made to order at two days notice. TPM.K HW HATKK SHIRT COMPANY, 235 &iupel Street. CAPSULES Bold , ' .rf'.,Sen and accessible, MID WOW UI IIITHSJI. w-w m , - - Commutation Tickets $6 for tt.50. Reserved seats ifor ladies. 038 TO CONSUMERS OF to obtain board by produce dy-pepela by d,ettroyln tne coating of tne. tomacb. A. E. DUDLEY & SON, : GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, ! 1 nnan ,m mlvno t 288 Cltapel Street, ; SASH, DOOM AND BLIPN. Ail kinds of property insured at reasonable rates. .bosses adjusted and paid promptly. -.- d24 w--.Mn. , ,;. uhinpv and facilities, we W 1 nvrt for tne abov. commodi ties ageing uiported worV t or OASH K n? wantthat kind, they ean have OKB DOOB, WINDOW OB BLIND, OB A HUJUim, i A low a price as dealerslpay for the same by the ear load. Ciutem Hade Work at Very -..'u -JLow'iPrlces. r-.... Lewis? Beecher Company, - lOO East Water Street, dfcwtf ' ' New Haven, Oonn, One second-hand coal Stove in good ordfer, cheap, SleiglLS and Carriages C . ; , yTor sale at wholesale Manufacturers' Prises. " nS D. W. MORRILL. A Rare ! Beautiful ! I Valuable 1 ! I Continuous 1 1 ! and Welcome I ! I ! I Holiday Pre ent will be a year's subscription to the model Maga zine, DBMOREST'8 MONTHLY, which includes the splendid Art Picture, " Consolation," by B. F. Rein hart, the best $10 oil picture ever published. Do not rail to take the splendid December and January sum bers,aec,post free; yearly S3. Address W. JENNINGS DEMORrtbT, No. IT East 14th St., New York. i3 dftwlm Price 1.50. Sold by all DrnHlsls or mauea on receipt si sr. For I nrthey particulars tend for Circular. P. O. BOX 1,533. J. C. ALLAN CO., No. 83 John Street, New Tork. We oiler 300 Reward for any case tbey will not cure. QUICK, SAFE AND SURE CUKE. naily 1880 is close st hand, And 19 ia joat aboat done. But S. S. Sanford is at bis old stand. On Whalley avenue, No. ninety-one. There a large stock of Qroocries can always be found, And is prices, he's not very dear; Just give him a can when yon come into town, ror he wishes you all a Happy New Year. 91 31 E. E. SANFORD, WIIAJLLHY t ATESTE. t A treots. OutJU and k jree. For terms aa- ec 4 tOflpardftir !-- Bnpleiwortl$Sfre 3 10 5ZUAdarSiiBSOi(OotorUfla4M9, HvTERVOUS EXHAUSTION. A mdicl il anv. tamnrlniiiff a. aariea ot teotiiMni delivered at Kahn's Museum of Anatomy, on the cans and cur of prematura decline, anowing indisputably now lost health may be regained, affording a clear synopsis of impediments to marriage, and the treatment of nerv ous and physical debility, being the result of 90 years' experience. By mall, 25o., currency or postage stamps. Address Secretary Khan's Museum, 688 .Broadway, Kew York. Alton fleavF Forging.. VTTg HAVI the best facilities for doing aU kinds of YY Heavy Bteet and Iron rorgings. Drop Work, Machine Jobbing, Planing, Lathe Work, etc Prioes and estimates given on application. Mansfield Elastic Frog J., Congress Ave. and DatrgeU St., F O. Box 1,094. . . New Haven, Oonn, aulstf i,i ei tf ilium I ATIOKNEY-AT-LAW, Office, No. 1 Benedict Building, OOBUEB OHTJBCH AND 0ENTEBTBT&, flour. 9 su m. to S'p. apli : ( For The Most Artistic Photos f n tne City, fro to PACE S STUDIO, Cor. Chapel and College Streets, dllSm Neir Haven. Holiday GS-oods, At Neoel's. Tne Jeweler, GENT for the celebrated Baltxman Wstohes. Dia monds and Fine Jewelry a specify. ' Sold Chains for ladles and gentlemen, at uaams FABLOB 8TUUE. 63 Ohuroh Street, Opposite Post Offios.