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IDE XJLBCTEST DAILT 1EWHFAFEB US TEOB : CITY. -OFFICE 400 STATE STKEET. VOL. XLVDI NEW ; JgAFEN, ; OONNM : MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1880. -" i Price Four Cents. VEROILYE ft CO., Bankers, Nos. 16 and 18 Nassau Street, NEW YOBK, BnT and Mil OH COMMISSION, for cuh or on gin, all securities dealt In at the New York Stock Ex. change. All lssuea of Government Bonds bought and (Old t mt ratal, free of oommlsslon, and on hand for im mediate delivery. SPECIAL ATTENTION OITEM TO EXCHANGES OF BONDS IN WASH INGTON FOB ACCOUNT OF BANKS. JeSO It. F. Burwell, DENTIST, Glebe Building, oor. Ch.rch and Oh pel sta., lata of Fair Haven, formerly withDr. M, strong. ap9 Circulating Library. A NICE Christmas or New Year's Present will be a anbaorlpUon to Bartholomew's Library for one year, or aiz, or throe months. All the new books ad ded. N. B. The beat help furnished as usual. No. 75 Orange Street. Veterinary Notice. DRS. O'SULLIVAN KOBE, Veterinary -CTVBnrgeons. graduates of the London and Amer ican Veterinary Colleges. (The only qualified veteri nary aurgeona in New Haven.) Office and Hospital, 815 CHAPEL STREET. Hours of atlendancs, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Telegrams and messages by post promptly attended o. d" 1J n The largest line of Watches 1b this city, which are of fered at prices that defy com-etltloB. SOU, JEWELER, IVO.274 CHAPEL STBtEfeV. d25 FOB 8AL.E7 alSO FEET of Land on Sbelton avenue will be sold for less than one-third what It was sold for 6 yean ago. Alao a cheap Hooaa on West street I or si,iuu ; waa sola ror six years ago. H&nwiH a auuu aoi'Ai. oss-ius, nM 337 Chapel Street. For Sale or Exchange, ijfc ONE of the Snest Farms in New Haven Coun ty ; can be bought at a bargain for part cash, or will exonange lor proaucuve ciry property. GEO. A. ISBEIiIi. Boom and Power to Kent. APPLY TO NEW HAVEN SPRING OO., dOtf 70 Franklin Street. JOSEPH SONNENBEBO, Real Estate and Exchange Broker, 338 CHAPEL 8TREET. fj 'g sTasTi sTa Spaniah Doubloons wanted. TJnl lUaUUU ted States per cent. Bonds and rSnttn Romritiaa bonirht and sold and dividends paid n United Statea currency. Also Gold and Silver ex- hanged at the offloe or JOSEPH BOSHSHBaaa, niyia tf ' 888 Chap. Street. FOB BENT. PART f Store 14 State street. Inquire at THE STORK. dltf FOB SALE, OTM very dealrable Residence on the south west corner of Temple and Trumbull streets. for farther periicaUa lnqulce of B3 am K. Y. FOOTB, Exchange Building. For Sale Cheat). . HOUSE No. 92 Dwight street, all the modem I improvements. House and Bam in the western tnl nut nf city. Some fine lots on State street, OedarHill: Lots on Chapel street, Grapevine Point. from $36 to $60 per foot. To Rent, second floor, 30 Auburn street, $7 per month ; 41 Greenwood street, whole House, six rooms, $8 per month ; whole house on Water street, near Meadow, $16 per month; two nice renta on Henry street, with furnace, range, gas and hot water, aet tuba ; in nice order, A large lot between Meadow and State etreeta to rent for atone yard or storage ; will be rented cheap. Apply to . A. M. HOLMES, ov unurcn aura, cwui a. Offloe hours, 13 to 4, and 7 to 0 evenings. o28 .m. HOI7B containa m rooms, in gooa onur. in uie rjgu. lent tne rent win ds low. x or particulars, ER WIN'S Seal Estate Offloe, 387 Chapel St., H. BHTTMWAY, Weetville. I contai JfcdUenani taUawdER FOB KENT. on Blake street, Weetville. House o7 FOK KENT, ONE STORE and five Booms 446 8tate street; five Rooms, five minutes from the City Market ; has modem improvements ; five Rooms comer Park and South streets. Inquire of 016 No. 1 Yale Bank Building. Houses and Aiota For Sale. HOUSES AND LOTS situated in amerent parts of the city. Also several large Lots, bav in imilmsiA n.njl vioUtr front : verv desirable for manufacturing purposes. All for sale cheap and on easy terms. Apply to ,19 tf 398 Chapel Street, Boom 8. For Rentv-Brass and Iron Castings. Repairing Lawn Blowers. Wood ana uoai. u. FOR RENT. One floor, with or without pow j er, for manufacturing purposes. Repairinir ajLnna aharmaina l.m-wn in.wera: the same called for and delivered. Brass and Iron Castings at the lowest prices, and made at short notice. Wood and Coal st the lowest prices. Or ders received at the office, 303 Grand Street. ielo tr 1HJ1 u riiil r.n air u. w. Christmas. RARE TJFOARDIira EASONINO xXSHOES Pause until you catch these sound Ideas. Are You Xoi& New Shoes? If so, dont fallSO look at our splendid stock. Have "U Boys '3" Shoe ? If so, don't fail to examine the EST STOCK . EST QUALITY i- - -- EST VAUIK'III OF BOYS NEW HAVN. I. it a auction of Style? Is it a Question of Price 1 Whatever the question MAY BE regarding Boots and Shoes, BENHAM'S is the best place to buy. CIIIIISTMAS X Oh! What Beauties! Look at them at 293 Grand Street. dl ROBERT A. BENHAM. B. H. J0HII8OII, Real Estate and Loan Agent, Office, 487 State Street. TO RENT. 44a A PLEASANT and Convenient House on uiive I I street, flrst-olasa in every respect, with all the la iiinlrin improvements, arranged with suites off rooms, uaaarble mantels, frescoed walls, hot and cold water,and other modem conveniences, 13 rooms, water closets on two floors, Arc, dec. Possession given May 1st, 1870. Also the House 373 Grand street. Possession given Immediately. CHARLES IVES, maSOtf 163 Church Street. For Sale at a Bargain, ak First-Class House, with modern i s Improvements, good lot with barn, altuat- aaaa-ed on nne avenue, xronong on two anns, wi or particulars caaia aaa oadley BuUding, 49 be seen at any time. neon no. a. Church Street. da?6tf Xj. r. coin stock. OommoDly known m ALBANY GREASE ! For Lubricating Machinery Of AU Kinds. Foskett & Bishop, No. 479 State Street, Ken Haven, Conn. Sole Agents dl3tf for Public Inlormatlon. THAT moat excellent epedfio for Nervous and Gen eral Debility. Paralysis, Dyspepsia, etc., Dr. San gert Eleutherioa Tonic, can be found, wholeaale or re tail, at O. B. WHITTLESEY'S Testimoalala nn- aoaptea. stl B.& JsM. Bltiir FOB SALE, A NICE House and large Lot on Eld (tract at a bargain. . , Good Cottage House on Dwight street at much less than it is worth. A fine plaoe in Fair Haven and several other placsa for sale very low. Some good Shore Properly in East Haven and Bran ford. For Sale or Kent Farms, A very desirable Farm of 70 acres in Southlngton will be eold low to close an estate. A list of good Farms in other desirable lTOtiona. Good renta in St. John and Greene streets, Fair Ha ven, and other parts of the city. Wanted, $3,000 to $4,000 on good firat mortgage ee eurlty. m530 Tills UOJ7ilAIUM. THE ONLY ORIGINAL Russian and Turkish Vapor Baths . In the New England States will be opened on . Wednesday, Jan. 7th. THE Bath open for Gentlemen from 13 m, to 9 p. m . Sundays from 9 a. m. to 13 m. For Ladies from 9 a. m. to 13 m., exoept Sundays. Reduced Prices Single Tickets for Russian Bath, 60 cents ; 13 Ticket, for $'.00. Turkiah Baths, single tickets, $1.001$ for $10.00. Nicholas Weiler, PROPRIETOR, SO. 278 GBASD STREET. janiy 5,000 Barrels Flonr, Bought hefore any advance in price, which we ofler to the trade at prices below to day's value. E. G. STODDARD & CO., Sos. 806 to 310 State Street. Fnraitore Dealers AND UNDERTAKERS D. S. Olenney Son, No. 1 State Street, New Haven, Imponar aaf Wholeaale Dealers Is .vary d .scrip - - t nasi m -ffSaSCH AND AMERICAN COACH, W1B OO-fc AND PIOTDEE GLASS, VARNISH, OILH, PAIRS AND DYE 6TTFFFB. ST - Hiifikin'H SonDt. A yriX assortment of Hnckln's Celebrated Soups, - also a lot of Old cneese, extra una. lor sa w fia GILBERT THOMPSON. Tontine Livery Stables, WE are prepared at short notice 'to furnlan the best Carriages, either close or open, fox Wdrtintfa and Chriateninsa. It la our Intention to have good Carriages at the de pot and on boat landings when needed. Grateful for tha liberal patronage in the past ws Bitn bv strict attention to the wanta of our patrons to merit a continuance of the favors of the public. BARKER ft RANSOM, Proprietors. BIrs. JLee, M. D, No. 498 Chapel Street, near York. Special treatment of ol3 1 Diseases of Women. WM. D. BRYAN, Custom Tailor, - MO. 127 tllTUBCH STKEET, 18 BKIXISG Dreati and Business At lower prices than ever before. Salts, S3S Guilford Clain, triCOL.LOPS,- Tibbsters, Lobsters, Smelt, Salmon, Oysters, Oysters, Oysters, The Largest Variety in the city at A IToote Co.'s, S33 State Street. 57, 59 & 61 Orange St., NEW HATEN, CONN. DR. U. 1'. llil 36 Elm .Street. Cor. of Oranjfe, n80 - New HnTcn, Oonn. NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS. Grand Closing Out Sale. FANCY GOODS MD GiMES, Begardless or Cost. . Full Line of Diaries for 1880. NEW YEAR'S CARDS, Hew Desljrns, at FECK SPERRY'S, 163 Chapel (Street, Under Elliott House, Opposite Opera Honse. iluction! llMdii ! S45.000 WORTH OF New and Desirable Dry aid Fancy Goods To Be Sold To The Highest Bidder, Commencing Tuesday, Jan. 27th, AT IOA. M. SALES DAY AND EVENING. This will be tne greatest opportunity ever offered to the public to buy goods at your own prices, as the goods must be sold. Do not fail to attend the greatest Auction Sale ever held inthis city, consisting of Silks, Satins, Cashmeres, Velvets, Novelties, Alpacas, Brilliantines, Sboodah Cloths, Flannels, Blankets, Cottons, Cheviots, Ticks, Den ims, Prints, Ginghams, 1 omfortablec, .Linens, Towels, Notions, Hosi ery, Gloves, TJnderwearwWoolens, Cloaks, CloakJngs, Broche and Blanket Shawls, Wrappers, eSc.,aSc Terms cash. Tours respectfully, .... ; , . L. W. COOK, NOS. 39 AND 41 CHAPEL STREET. Store open evenings. J26 tictira REMEDIES Hive epcedUy and permanently eared HntnoTs of ibe Skin and Scalp of Children and Infanta afflicted since birth. The treatment prescribed in inch cases Is mild dotes of the Gnticnra Resolvent, a perfectly safe yet power ful blood purifier, and the external nse of Ontienra, the great nkii car a. The Ontienra Soap should be the only soap applied to the diseased skin for cleansing purposes. HUMOR ON A CHILD Since ISirth Cured after Faithful medi cal Treatment Itael failed. Teeth. Teth. Teeth. Teeth. 25 hitpel St., North Side, between State and Orange. Full Set of Teeth for Five Dollars and Upwards. Teeth filled for Fifty Cents and upwards. -Xeetn Extracted for Twenty-Five Cents. Teetn extracted without pain by tne use of Nitrons Oxide or Laughing Gas. Perfect satisfaction or no charge made. jaB O. II. CI DIVE V. w THE WELL JEW KNOWN ESI AND RELIABLE lhLit"aVl3 Diamonds, Pine Gold and Silver "Watches, Necklaces, Vest Chains, Kings or every description, jrins, xctr iimgo, uiavcicvo, uo.m, vuaumio, Fine Plated and Solid Silver Ware, Plain and Ornamental Clocks, Studs, Sleeve Buttons, Spectacles, Eye Glasses, Emblems, And ererything fcualb a Wk Jeweliy Stare, sold at tie LOWEST price in New Haven. Repairing Fine Watches, ClocRs, Jewelry, dec, a specially. Next door to the FIRST NATIONAL BANK. CALL AND EXAMINE OUR GOODS BEFORE PURCHASING. Dyeing and Gleaning. liadies' Dresses, Shawls, Cloaks, Waterproofe, Silks, Blbbons, Trim mings, Velvets, Kid Gloves, Feathers, ice fjurcains, anaaes aim Blanket!?, &c ' L.AUNDRYING. Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underwear, Sc. First-class Pressing. Gen tlemen's Garments Cleaned or Dyed. E1MCITY DIB WOliES AUTO ST15AM LAraDBY, 360 and 178 Chapel Street. B25 . THOMAS- FORSYTH. A Stager- Sewing Machine will Make tne Best Possible Holiday Oil I 70 COR msre SINGER SEWING MACHINES sold in 1878 than in tiny pre. IuiUlU virtue vear. week in your om town. Terms and ts outfit )00free. Addreas H. Hallstt A Co- Portland, Mei GKOKOE E. WU1TMO&E, THE ORIGINAL ISVEJITOR AND itiA jiijfa trrfK K ft OF TR1CVCI.ES, d as OBNTBB STKEKT, Sew HaTen, Conn. Toilet Sets, Cut Olass Ware Perfumes, c. fi. A. GESSNER, ATOTHEOAST, 131 CHAFEL STREET, dl Oomer of OHt, Yaults and Cesspools. If you have a Vault or Cesspool that neeas ataenuon, SERD FOB Farnham'g Odorless Apparatus, Orders nay be left with B. B. BBADLET & CO.. 408 State street. BOBT. VBITOH & BON, 438 Chapel ,t., P.O.BOX21S. .. ieSly CROFUT'S NEW EBB STORE, 97 Orange Street. ajeevlsaUn Cloaks. Fur Iilaeu Circulars and Dolmana. Furs Belumed, Altereu auaa Keiaalresl. Work Flrst-Clasa. Frl- eea IjOOT. Wo trust UaatBoao of sux trleuua will f ors;et to at we nave removed to r OB imhe ITREET. anal are still la uto FUR TRADE. Remember the Number, NO. 97 OSANGE STKEET, JPalladlirm JSnlldlng. In 1S70 we sold 127,833 Sewing DIacMnea. In 1878 we sold 356,432 Sewlna; machines. We now sell Three-Quarter, of all the Sewing machines sold in the World. 'Our sales have increased enor mously every year thronfrh the whole period of "hud times." These Facts Speak riouderthan any Words! Send for Our Handsomely Illustrated Price-List. Prices Oreatly Reduced I Waste no money on Cheap Counterfeits ! THE SINGER MANTJFACTUKING UUJlr-AJN X dS3tf Of flee 5a Orange Street, New Haven, Conn. THE SALVATOR FOR INVALIDS AND THE SUPERIOR NUTRITION THE LIFE. G!SHB1J11NE5.1877. ACEO. AW INCOMPARABLE ALIMENT FOR THE GROWTH AMD PROTECTION OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN. A SUPERIOR NUTRITIVE IN CONTINUED FEVERS, AND A RELIABLE REMEDIAL ACE NT IN ALL DISEASES OF THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES Wt HIS justly celebrated Dletetlo Preparation Is, In composition, principally the CLUTEN derived from tne wnirt w iRTtn I-i-i n i w n em i vkkkhk., a sona uai invention of an eminent Chemist. It has not only been highly recommended but certified to by a large number of Chemists and Physicians representing a very high degree of medical sclence--as the Safest, Most Acceptable and Reliable Food for the Crovrth and Protection of INFANTS and CHILDREN, and for hi uthb.ro lading oumcient nouno.i ment for their offspring. ...... Unlike those preparations made from animal or vinous matter, wnicn are iwura w 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 r i nr. rt. That which la easv of DlKestlon 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. SOLD BY And. while It would be difficult to con ceive of anything In Food or Dessert more Creamy and Delicious, or more Nounsmng and Strengthening as an aliment In Fevers, Pulmonary Complaints, Dyspepsia ana Gen eral Debility, Its Rare Medicinal Excellence In all I ntsstlnal Diseases, especially In Dysentery, Chronic Diarrhea and Cholera Infantum has been Incontestably proven. SSSaJS' 'i .31 ' ,:3I- lCISTS 'V THE rRIMOrl CITIES John Csbiie S; oss.'Sm gey 93 Orange Street. Rubber Goods of Every Description. Coats, Leggings, Blankets, Gossamer Garments, Overs, Arctics. Tne only place in tbls city where yon can bay a Rubber Boot that will not crack Is at the Orange Street Bnbber Store. Bicycle School, open from a. m. to 1 p. m., a to 6 and 7 to 10 p. m.. at 9S Crown Street, in the Crand Opera House Building. We still continue to meet the ever grow ing' Interest in Bicycle Riding, and we hope soon to be able to open one of the largest Bicycle Schools in America. We wish to state also that "The Bi cycle World, a beautiful little journal of sixteen pages. Issued twice a month, devoted to Bicycling, Arcnery, &c. can re ootainea oy caning lor 11 as THOMPSON'S BUBBKB STOKE. jaT 83 Orange Street, Palladium Building. Spring Valley Hydraulic Gold Co.'s Stock, And Other Desirable mining Stocks for sale by Bunnell & Scran ton, 'ja20 Hawker, and Brokers. Tbe Oarvclons Patent Spring Rockeis, Wilton Ladies Itockers. Gentlemen's Easy Folding Chairs, Cretonne Rockers, Wheel Chairs tor Invalids, Ladies Sewing Chairs. A foil line of Fanoy Cnaira, all our own make. Jal6 Jlew Haven Folding Chair Co. FIRE KINDlfcR. J WHAT NEXT? 31 Use the Salamander oaet mm x IL. . ,m . once and V avrr anted to give will last ror year. von will never do without it- satisfaction, or moner reftmded. m oaiiy nse. reneeuysaie. idwiruui hiukij in nae. Write for etrenlar. Testimonials, fee. Sam ple Klndler, postpaid, 75 eents. Address 1. 0. EDDY, Oenl Agent, Vtl Ccrjjrres, Htr. et, Troy, H. X. AGEHT8 WAJITEJO. a Montli and expenses guaranteed to Agents. Ontflt free. Shaw Co.. Angnsta, Maine. (a"r7 A TEAS and expanaaa to agenta. Outfit free. 5f 4 4 Address P. O. VIOKMHy-ngnsta, Maine. $7? Hewsiiaper Advertising Spruce SU, N. Y. II n rem it, XO . Jal9 dkwlm nni WEEK. 13 a day at home easily made. Costly qf fcVontntfrse. Address Tnns tt Oo., Augusta. Us R. G. RUSSELL, ABOHITKOT, myJD SH.Cbspel Btreot, Hew Bavsn, Oi Ji wu-ioir Oar Iiatest Departure X A Beed mstmment which ensbles any one, whether understanding music or not, to plsy any desired mel ody or harmony, saered or secular, from the most plaintive dirge to tha liveliest danee musio, with fault Ms. expression, surpassing the execution of the most highly educated and flnianad performers. It la excel lent in tone, rioesessinK a mechanism of marvelous : simplicity, requiring bat the intelligence of a child to , manipulate, yet capable of reproducing tbe musical com positions ot the past, present ana rntnre. CaUl sued see for yosuwelf. J. 1IAYNES & CX)., SOLE AGENTS, OfUce auad Salesrooms, 400i Chapel Street, Cor. Temple, . Ope a day and evening. - , Booms. 0183m . f ,!r :- -r:-;:-- "' FOR BALK a 7 ABABSAIX. r? feet on So. M Garden street, with a Kreat rear lot, suitable for any larKS man ufacturing business; likewise one ot the best place. in he city for a Floverai. It is very rich and early and will be sold very oheap. Appr.on Messrs. Weeks It Potter: Gentlemen, My little son, two years of age, has had a humor on one side of hia face since he was born, which during the last lour months baa spread over the entire side of the face, the chin, ear, and side of the head. It must have itched and Irritated him a great deal, aa he scratched the sur faoe all the time, no matter what was applied. 1 used many remedies by sdviee of friends and my physician without benefit until I found Outlcura, which imme diately allayed the -itching and inflammation, and en tirely cured him. Respectfully, JOBS L. BUEEY. With Walworth Manufacturing Co. B-ston, April 15, 1878. Note. Once cured, the skin may be rendered soft and fair by using the Outlcura Soap exclusively for toilet or nursery purposes. . f CHILDRENlND INFANTS. JTEore Cures of skin and SctUp Affections by tne Cuticura Remedies Fred. Bohrer, Esq., Cashier Stock Grower Nation al Bank, Pneblo, Goiorado, writes: "I un ao well p'eased with its effects on my baby that I cannot af ford to be without it in my house. It Is a wouderful cure, and is bound to become very popular aa soon aa its virtues are known to the masses.M J. 8. weeks. Esq.. Town Treasurer, Bt. Albans. V... sys in a letter dated May 38 : "It works to a charm on my baby's face and head. Oured tbe head entirely, and baa nearly cleaned tbe faca of sores. I have rec-orumF-nded it to ceveral, and Dr. Plant has ordered It for them." M. M. Chick, Esq., 41 Franklin Street, B9Sion,ays: Mr little dauehter. eighteen months old. baa what the doctors call Eczema. We have tried 'most every thing, and at last have used Outicura, and she is al most a new child, and we feel very happy," PRICKLY HEAT. incidental to tne Texan Climate Messrs. Weeks & Potter : Gentlemen, Enclosed plesce find one collar for a large box of Cuticora. The small one that I received some time sge has been very efficacious, especially In Prickly Heat or Bash, as some people call it. I am noising it about. xourstruiy, inujuaa w. jauuJLiuttx. Maeon, Texas, Kept 2), 1878. Ontienra is a most valuable external application. It heals all cuts, brulsee, and abiasions of the skin, re stores the hair when destroyed by scalp diseases, re moves danoruff and keeps tbe scalp clean and the hair soft and pliable. It is as agreeable as it is effective, and is ably assisted in every case by the Outicura Soap which is particularly recommended to mothers for cleansing the sain and scalp of infants and children. It is Toilet as well as Medicinal, and is the most fra grant and refreshing Soap for the nursery and bath of any yet prepared. Parents have our assurance that these remedies coa ti'n nothing injurious to tbe youngest Infant, evidence of which may be found in the certificates of Dr. Hayes and Prof. Merrick accompanying each remedy. . The Outicura Bemedies are prepared by Weeks & Potter, Chemists and Druggists, 860 Washington Street, Boston, MaBs., and for sale by all Druggists and Dealers, Price of Cutioura, small boxes 60 cents; large boxes, containing two and one half times the quantity of small, $1. Besolvent, $1 per bottle. Outi cura Soap, 25 cents per cake ; by mail, 30 cents ; 3 cakes, 75 cents. ffLLIlre They destroy all tendency to v L O inflammation by drawing from iftMTAir Vwe'a'i ri rrmif'uie system moroia or unwnoie BafttULIHibKrmip, mat ter, thus nreventint? J)j m -,a(i& or curing Rheumatism, Neural- Wl ST fc.-v f2ia. and Sciatica. Worn over the nit of tha Stomach, thev prevent Ague and Liver Fains, Inflammation of the Liver and Kidneys, Bilious Oolio, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Cramps, and Pains. j aye aioweifraw .- TiuutyiopicIipMPi A Pencil that writes" 20,- OOO words with common writinsr ink without refill ing. It will last a lifetime, is simple in construction, never closs. does away with Tinted fingers, blots and blot ters, anu is a pri.cvi reu xwsr the DESK or POCKET. As a KULIKO Pen it is une qualed. 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 tbe Connecticut State Fair. October, 1879. 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 Chapel Street. d20tf linnesota Venison. Prime Stock Just Received Direct From St. Paul. Also a Fresh Iiot of Oronse, Western Quail, Ohio Docks, Turkeys and Chickens. Frisble & Hart, 35G and 353 State Street. Jal5 A Happy and Prospers New Year TO 09ri AWD AJLI.! Is the sincere wish of your Tailor. L. H. Freedman, 92 Church Street. r v. Thanking you kindly for past favors, and hoping to njoy a noerai patronage m tns lu.ars, ma our aim is o serve our customers with tbe latest style of goods in ttne most approved manner anu a. ropniar Fn sCeaai N. B. For the next 80 days we will sell our goods at oss, as our stock is large. It. H. Freedman JaStf Ha, 92 Church Street. The Johnson RevoWing Book-Case. Made entirely of Iron. A moat appropriate Holi day Oiltlar Lawyers, Clergymen, Editors, irnysicians, jBiercnania, leacn ers, Students. FOBSAXBBT t'. T. JAIl.TIAIM, dOT - - Mannf aetnrer's Ayect. The Highland and Winthrop Portable Banges. . rffHX Iargest1niostperffect and simplest on tne A market. They are tha most even bakers ever made. Sold by . . W. T. Cannon & Co , - al gap State Street, near Chapel. letTetevt Styles Wow Ready at Mrs. S. I. Stanley's Dress and Cloak Making Empori um, 10 Court Street.: BrWal r-tv . lean and Infanta' Wardrobes a specialty. Indies' si. Oniidran's Dnderwear on band or made to order. , -- Aseteetstookaf Van Kminery Hoods Js awry low prlees. -i -. - - - . : . s . liloater Mackerel. - NKW Bloater Hees Biackerel, extra large acd (at best weSiave seen for sevtiraiyear.. U OILBSBT THOKPSaN Joxtrnal and omtti. EDITBD AMD PUBLIflHKD Si CAKBIXGTOJf & CO., No. 400 State Street, Ctmrler Bnlldins;. johj b. oaxBiaaToa. IDfflBD T. CABUHOTOH, JOHH B. CA2B1KOT01T, JB. to avoid collision or to enter the slip, should ( tbe engineer be unable to respond by reason of death or accident the result might be dread ful, Monday Morning', Jan. 26, 1880. BEBGU VERSUS VTVISECTIOSf. Mr. Henry Bergh has made a good fight for the animals of New York, and haa succeeded in ameliorating the condition of many of those which work for man and insuring an easy death to those whloh man eats. -In the course of his eamest.and humane labors he has made some mistakes, but nobody questions hia good intent. For some time he has been oon vinoed that the practioe of vivisection has no adequate excuse for its continuance, and he is now on the warpath to stop it so, far as New York is oonoerned. In his memorial in '.sup port of the bill which he has prepared and caused to be placed before the legislature he declares "that divers learned and scientific (but misguided) medical men, under the pre tence of demonstrating to certain medical students certain physical phenomena connect ed with the functions of life, are constantly and habitually in the practice of cutting up alive, torturing and tormenting divers of the unoffending brute creation to illustrate their theories and lectures, but without any practi cal or beneficial result either to themselves or to the students." The law of 1867 in regard to the prevention of "unnecessary pain upon the brute creation" provided that tha Btatutes of New York "should - not be cons trued to prohibit or interfere with any properly . con ducted scientific experiments or investiga tions, which experiments shall be performed only nnder authority of the faculty of some regularly incorporated medical college or uni versity of the State of New York." He says this law has been perverted, and that the "scientific and misguided" persons aforesaid continue these practices "without any benefi cial result" to themselves or to their students. Of oourse the whole question of vivisection hiDges upon whether there is a beneficial re sult from it or not. If there is the sufferings of the animel-9 which undergo it are necessary and justifiable. Mr. Bergh declares that no good comes from it, and backs op his asser tion by testimony, all of which does not strengthen his case. Thus, not long ago he called Magendie, tbe first of vivisectors, a "wretch" and "an abandoned criminal," and cited "Fleming's Prize Essay" in proof that shortly before his death Magendie said that vivisection was a failure. Among the numer ous defenders of the practice whom Mr. Bergh's action has called forth is Dr. John O. Dalton, of New York, a physician and surgeon of the highest prominence. Dr. Dalton warmly defends Magendie and gives reasons for thinking it unlikely that he ever gave any such opinion concerning vivisection as was ascribed to him by Fleming, whose "Prize Essay," it is said, was written at the instance of the London So ciety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani mals. Magendie, says his defender, turned the tide of physiologioal study from what he believed to be futile speculations to the rigid examination of experimental aotualities. It was his religion, so to speak, that the safety of sciense depended "on its complete reliance upon demonstrable facts, and that in the study of the functions of life it was the living body alone that could tell us the truth." Magendie was greatly honored by his contemporaries, and it is pointed out that even if he was a"wretoh" and a "criminal" he was man enoogu in the cholera season of 1832 to voluntarily go to the centre of contagion to study the malady, and to afterwards serve in the Hospital of Hotel Dieu throughout the epidemic in Paris. For this he reoeived the cross of the Legion of Honor. Dr. Dalton's defense of Magendie is inter esting, but his defense of vivisection Is still more So. In his opinion the passage of a law like that proposed by Mr. Bergh would be a most harmful thing, arresting as it would in the New York medical schools the progress of a very important branch of investigation. What viviseotion may do for medical science is of course unknown. The discoveries al ready made by it are thus summed up by Dr. Dalton : AU that we know to-day In regard to the circulation of the blood, the absorption and movement of the lymph and chyle, the trans f usionapf blood as a means of preserving life, tbe mechanism of reparation, the interchange of oxygen and carbonic acid between the blood and tbe atmosphere, the respiration of the tis sues, the endowments of the muscular ana nervous elements, the digestive action of the intestinal fluids, the growth and generation of bone, the distinction of motor and sensitive nerves, the direot and reflex functions of the spinal cord, the Hunterian operation for the cure of aneurism, the origin and prevention of many parasitic diseases, the nature and opera tion of venomous poisons, the movements of tbe glottis in respiration, the influence of the laryngeal nerves in the formation of the voice, the local action of the nervous system in regu lating the circulation, the physiologioal chem istry of the liver and other abdominal organs, the centres of motion in the hemisphere of the brain.the influence of the pneumo-gastrio nerve on the heart's movement, the production of epilepsy, the action of the semi-circular canals, the communicability of certain contagious and infectious diseases. Mr. Bergh's proposed law will provoke very general disoussion, and the subject of vivisection will be thoroughly argued. It is, however, hardly probable that, on a fair show ing of the case, his bill will pass. EDITORIAL NOTES. Tbe damage done to speculators in wheat by the fall in prices Saturday will not cause any general sorrow. A resolution is before the Finance Commit tee of the .Legislature which appropriates $3,000 in aid of the Groton centennial cele bration. It should by no means be passed. - Those who know how hard the lot of tha workingman is will be glad to learn that Kear ney has made $70,000 out of his efforts to better it. Ha may yet be a "shark-snouted cormorant" himself. Some of the f usionists at Augusta are repre sented as very merry over the "joke" that caused Governor Davis to call out troops. If they are wise they will take measures to pre vent the joke being carried too far. General J. Z. George, who has been elected United States Senator from Mississippi, is the man who conducted the rifle club and shot gun campaign in Mississippi in 1875, and by whioh that State was by force wrested from the hands of the Republicans. Soon after' that campaign was closed he was rewarded by being made a judge, and now he is elevated to the Senate. It is suggested that if the Barks-; dale who ran against George had been the man who shot Henry M. Dixon, instead of the uncle of Dixon's murderer, he 'might have been elected. George's election is a blow at Senator Lamar and his influence, for Senator Lamar did all he could to have his partner, General 'Walthall, elected. Paris is afflicted with other things besides a cold winter for which it was not prepared. Violent epidemics of smallpox and diphtheria aire now raging there, and during one recent week tbe number of deaths exoeeded thenum ber of births by sixty-three. In Delaware the whipping post is success fully used, and in one or two other' States a certain olass of offences are punished by whipping. The General Assembly of - Ken tucky has just passed a bill reviving the whip pine post in that State. It is a relic of ' bar barism, but there are many who think it relic worth preserving. The tetirement of Mr. Edward Butler from the editorship of the Palladium is an import. ant event in Connecticut journalism. Hia work upon that paper has been done faithfully and with much ability. - His writing is char acterized by force, pungency and polish,- and has been a Dower in the State. Mr. Herbert .CJBenton, whosueoeeds him, has had a long and varied experience aa a journalist and comes to his new position well equipped. The protest against the doctrine of eternal punishment has found inuoh acceptance in this country since Murray landed upon the shores of New Jersey a little over one hundred years ago and established the chapel of "Good Luck." To day there are in the United Statea 23 State conventions of Uaiversalists, 959 par ishes, 42,500 families, 733 churches, 37,825 members, 699 Sunday schools with 59,633 scholars, 721 preachers and 784 churches, the property being valued at $6,417,755. There are also 14 periodicals, 12 oolleges and 91 professors, with 900 Etudents. It may, there fore, be considered as certain that in 42,500 families of this country the doctrine of eter nal punishment is rejected and of oourse it is in a great many more who are not identi fied with any ohurch of Universalism. . The testimony given by Mr. William M. Leeds, late chief clerk of the Indian offioe, concerning the circumstances connected with the removal of the Northern Cheyennes from the Sioux reservation to tbe Indian Territory, is important. He asserted that the Indian' office was informed by their agent of the lack of food, and that Commissioner Hayt failed to furnish the agent with the supplies which the treaty called for, and that the actual quantity of food dsalt out to each or the! Northern Cheyennes for eaoh of the five weeks preceding the outbreak in September, 1878, was as follows : For the first week, 20 ounoes daily ; the second week, 17 ounces ; the third week, 12 ounoes ; the fourth week, 14 ounces, and the fifth week, 18 ounoes daily ; whereas their treaty as well as their necessi ties demanded 28 ounoes daily. He also at tacked Commissioner Hay t's annual report for 1878, asserting that the statement in it refer ring to the food supply for these Indians is deceptive in several particulars, including the following, viz. that it states the quantities whioh were shipped and delivered to the agent as the amounts which were issued to the Indi ans and makes no allowance for loss and shrinkage, and that he admits an' alleged fact that for some weeks immediately preceding the outbreak of the Northern Cheyennes the starvation ration upon which they had previ ously existed was further decreased by the non-delivery to them of the half pound per diem of flour, to which they were entitled. HIILDLY DRAWN. That mother's heart went quickly up That motner'e hand went down ; For he was placed exactly right To feel a parent's frown ; And she did smite him hip and thigh, She did the job tip brown. Hia inclination then she changed To forty-five deirrees He saw the stare from heaven fall ; Fleroe lightnings smote the trees ; And traveled np and down bis spine Along with swarm, of beeB. The thonght of that wrecked rocking chair. Nerved np her hand once mere, And such a''laylpg on of bands" That boy ne'er had before, Whilst he yelled, "Mother ! I'll be good, ' And won't do so no more." It is said that a Die lives only twenty years. And yet the world is filled with much older hogs. Maine has had several acting Governors lately, and they acted very badly too. Lowell Courier. Woman has many advantages over man ; one of them is that his will has no operation until he Is dead, whereas hers generally takes effect in her lifetime. They say "A man is known by his associ ates." Of course he is ; a man can t associate with people for any length of time without their knowing him. Troy Whig. When yon see a man on a moonlight night trying to convince his shadow that it is im proper to follow a gentleman you may be sure that it is high time for him to join a tem perance society. To remove spots of grease, oil or fat from woolens Satnrate the cloth with kerosene or naptha, and press it with a hot iron on the wrong side. Then treat it with a lighted match. This is the only sure way to remove grease from woolens. Boston Transcript. When the burglar was up before the justice of the peace that offioial remarked: "Before yon were arrested, in one week you committed four burglaries wun impunity. "Yes. answered the scoundrel, it aia al most seem as if I was protected by an unseen power." A San Francisco man went into the country to avoid a predicted earthquake, and on the iournev was run away with in a stage coach, ana. Deins tnrowu out, leii mtu urtxa nuu barely escaped drowning. On getting ashore he was tackled by a bear, and when he finally escaped the animal and got to a ranche, the proprietor came out with his dog and gun and aimos, auxiea mm, tuuisuiig u. waa b iwm, He avoided the earthquake. .Boston "ost. Relatives of a wife have not been generally supposed to be bound to the husband by the endearing ties of consanguinity. But an "honest miner" in Colorado has established a precedent bearing in quite an opposite direc tion. "Prisoner at the bar," solemnly asked the counsel for the prosecution, in a mountain court room, as he removed the cigar from his mouth with one hand and hammered the table with the other "why did you. 'jump' your pard's mine to get money to pay your brother-in-law's debts?" The prisoner left the dock, walked up to the bench, drank iced water from the judge's pitcher, returned and coollv replied. "For a good reason : 'Be cause blood is thioker than water!"' Hour. A Startling Story. Now that' bills are before the New York Legislature requiring ferry boats to have two pilots on board; the question is. asked .why there is not the same need for' two engineers that there is for two " pilots. Engineers of ferry boats are as liable to sudden death as pilots, and more liable to accident. . In 'case of a signal from the pilot to 'atop tha -engine How a Wealthy Gentleman was Lured to a Lunatic Asylum Xte Victim of a "Pacbieil" Commission in Mexico I.ckb.1 Efforts for a Release. From the N. Y. Herald. Philadelphia, Jan. 24. A case of an un usually startling oharacter is now pending in the Court of Common Fleas involving the lib erty of Dr. Augustine Schultz, a native of Prussia, but until August last a citizen of Mexico, and who, while visiting this country en route to Paris, was, six months ago, in. veigled into the Pennsylvania Asylum for the Insane. As shown in the sworn deposition of Dr. Jones, of the asylum, neither a cer tificate from a physician of the United States nor a warrant oi commitment aooom- nanied the delivery at that institution of this stranger by another stranger, known as Senor del Uampo. , An enquiry ae iunat:co nas Deen obtained by some oi the most prominent citi zens of Philadelphia, whom he has succeeded in interesting in his cause, and the argument was to have come up to-day. A lengthy rail road case prevented it being reached, although the court was all day filled with lawyers and spectators anxious to participate in and hear the case. 1 goes over to next wees. THBSTOBT OF HIS LEFTS. Dr. Schultz was educated in Paris, where he graduated in medicine and practiced in the hospitals of that city. When he was twenty four years of age be went to the city of Mexi co", and entered there upon the duties of his pro fession. - After residing there for some years, and after a European tour, he returned and married the daughter of the Marquise - of Gaudaloupe. He was then very well off, and his wife had a fortune also. A twelve month after the marriage he took charge of a hacienda or plantation, and en tered into its cultivation, - putting some $40,000 into improvements and realizing a good profit on his investment. When his fortunes were riding on the tide of prosperity difficulties arose between him and his wife, mainly, it is alleged, as the result of the Intermeddling of his brothers-in-law. Early in July, 1879, at the instance of these broth-ers-in-law,' h was seized on the plea of his being insane and incompetent to handle hia own affairs, and tried, as he claimed, before a "packed" commission, and although five phy sicians, and one the physician in charge of the insane asylum there, testified to the soundness of his mind, and but four against him, he was declared a lunatic. His liberty was not re strained, but the control of his affairs was passed over into other hands. He lived, while apparently free, nnder surveillance for some time, and then endeavored to escape, intend ing to go to his sister, who resided in France. Some money stilt remained in his possession, and he had arranged with his friends and the use of some of his own means to have a credit of $20,000 placed in one of the French bank ing houses. He started for France and got as far as Vera Cruz, when he was arrested and brought back to the city of Mexico, where he was placed under strict surveillance of the police.. One afternoon he went to his mother-in-law's house, expecting to see his wife, and there reoeived a letter said to have been writ ten by her, giving to him her permission to travel, and stating that she had placed tbe sum of $3,000 in a Paris bank for his use. It stated further that the management of his departure had been placed in the hands of a gentleman who would accompany him and who deserved his full confidence. LURED TO AN ASYLUM. He started for New York with his friend and arrived there in due time. He called upon the Mexican Consul there to learn some thing about a letter of credit for his use while in the State, and was informed that the money was in a Philadelphia bank. He came on here to get $500, needed by him to make his trip to Paris, and on the plea that they were taking him to the bank, certain parties who were waiting for him drove him to tbe Penn sylvania Asylum for the Insane (Kirkbrido'e) in West Philadelphia. He was unaware of the character of the institution, aad innocent ly handed his letter of credit to Dr. Jones, and was informed that he must wait a short time. He waited a day, a week, a fortnight, and at length learned that he was in an insane asylum. After he had been there several weeks, Mr. B. 8, Menamin reoeived a letter from a Mr. Perry, an American lawyer resi dent in Mexico, asking whether ' a Dr. August Schultz " was not con fined in an asylum in this city. Mr. Menamin learned that such was the case. Mr. Menamin then visited Dr. Schultz and delivered a letter to him from Mr. Perry, being accompanied on this visit by Leonard B. Fletcher, and in conversation the doctor's side of the story came out. Communication was at once had with tbe doctor's friends in Mexico to seoure moans for his defence, as it was intended to try him ty a commission de luoatico inquirjnao. This commission was the result of a threat to proceed against the institution by a writ of habeas corpus. Harold Mann was ap pointed commissioner and the commission sat. By accidentally dropping into it one day, Mr. Menamin found that they were try ing Schultz, who had no legal representative present. He ascertained that the prosecution was ready with witnesses and counsel, and the dootor, ignorant of our language and ignorwt of the character of the proceedings, had no one to speak a word for him. He arose iu the commission and declared that this condi tion of things must not go on. That if the expenses of the prosecution of the doctor were to come out of his (the doctor's) estate, cer tainly his defence should bo provided for. From the commission he went to Judge Fell, and Judge Fell appointed S. Edwin Megargee to represent the doctor, and than testimony was taken. This evidence was incorporated in a report, and the report forms the basis of the case which is pending in court, and the is sue of which will be the freedom or confine ment of the doctor. Xne Governor's Appointment.. Hartford Correspondenca of th) Sunday B-gistsr. Both the appointment of railroad and insur ance commissioners Mr. Hayward of Col chester, and Mr. Brooks of Wolocttville are not in accord with the spirit of the statutes relating to these offices. The Legislature never designed that either offlse should be held by representatives of tha interest to be looked after. Mr. Hayward is just as much disqualified by the fact that he must resign the management of a railroad or sell his stock in railroads in order to be legally qualified, as if he had found it impossible to resign or sell. Technically, he escapes the disqualifications or the law, but morally the law reaches him. If he had not been a member of tbe Senate, which passed upon his nomination, he would not have been confirmed. As it was, when the vote was taken viva voce, but one Senator voted at all. That single affirmative response was a techni cal affirmation of an appointment resting wholly upon a technical evasion of the law. There was a ntness of things in it so pro nounced that there is no esoapieg the conclu sion that the Senate, exoept for social and per sonal restraint, would have expressed its miutl freely. If Mr. Hayward had been in Colches ter, not a senator, he would not have received a quasi Senatorial endorsement as commis sioner. And now that he is confirmed, there is a manifest inconsistency in his holding on to two places as Senator and commissioner. Mr. Brooks, the insurance commissioner, is spoken well of as a driving, enterprising man of busi ness, but his insurance connections, though perhaps they are not very strong, are not what are held to be tho legal qualifications. The report of the joint stock commission opens the way to the erection of a new State offioe with a handsome stipend accompanying. It is donbtful if tho Legislature accepts tho bait, so long as under proper enactments reg ulating the formation of joint stock oomp t nies the business can be properly and nafely done in tbe office of the ' Secretary of State, where there is clerical-assistance enough to do the work without interfering with other mat ters. The object of making a new office is not, of course, because the State demands it, but because some man wants it ; and it is said tbe chief applicant is H. S. Barbour of this city, who was a member of the commission on the subject. Mr. Barbour is a Republican law yer, and has tbe additional recommendation of having lived the greater part of his life in Litchfield county. This reminds me that there are six substantial well paying efflcos within the gift of the Governor one insur -ance commissioner, two bank commissioners and three railroad commissioners and that the present distribution gives nothing to four counties New Haven, Middlesex, Windham and Tolland while tbe salary aooount gives $6,500 to Litchfield, $6,000 to Fairfield, and $3,000 each to Hartford and New London. Litchfield has a railroad commissioner and the insurance commissioner, and Fairfield a bank and a railroad commissioner four out six appointments. Street Noises In London. Protests Asainst the Racket Tbe Va riety of Cries, .Howls, and JTlnfrlinsr witla which the Citizen is Afflicted Efforts at Abatement of the Nuisance. From the London Standard. The numerous letters which havj been ad dressed to us on the subject of street noises prove how widespread and intensified this nuisance of unnecessary din has become. Day after day we are inundated with appeals, all couched in the same strain, from nearly every district of the metropolis and from almost all conditions of men and women. To publish a tithe of the correspondence would be impos sible ; but from the selections which we have inserted as specimens of much more it will be seen to what a pass the helplessnees of the po lioe and the powerlessness of householder have brought the "quiet" streets of the me tropolis. - One correspondent writes from Marlborough-road, in Hollo way. This locali ty is far from the vicinity of the mighty cur rent of life that rolls from Hyde Park to Mile end, but it is not quiet. Every morning be fore 7 o'clock 10 milkmen yell frantioally, though they know all their customers! Then come two milk-carts, who drive as if milk were the proper fluid with whioh to extin guish the distant fire to which they seem has tening. Three strange milk-men follow,- who shout on alternate sides of the street as if the residents of Marlborough-road did noth ing bnt drink mils- At intervals the milk men return, as if afraid that they bad not suf ficiently made the "Molokani" of Holloway conscious of their presenoe. The cat s meat man follows with his savory barrow. Dur ing the day brass bands bray out their dis cordant clamors ; as evening closes in, from 6 to 10 organs, sometimes two at one time. make night horrible, and if by any chance there is an interval or quiet, a fresh install ment of from six to a dozen 'bull-throated Germans" assert their right to bring the musio of Hermann's Land upon the tired tympana of the long-susenng "ISDglander." A pro fessional man writes us that by medioal ad vioe he has been forced to leave London, to avoid the organ men who haunted his neigh borhood. They planted themselves in front of his window, and laughed contemptuously at tbe suggestion that they should go away. To tell them that there is a sick person in tbe house is only a hint for them torase their de mands, for before the polioe can be found and the "charge" taken, the sleepless patient may be bellowed to death. Henoe the dis tressed relatives prefer to bribe the perse cutors to -move on to another neighborhood, there again to blackmail the unhappy people who pay high rents in order to have the privi lege ot living in a "quiet street" a term whioh these foreign pests have gone far to make a jest of and' a- mockery. Sunday brings no relief, for a Kensington correspon dent assures us that the first day of the week is in that neighborhood the worst of tha sev en. From 6 to 8 there are a soore of milkmen shouting through the streets ; gangs of men and girls, with voioes altogether dispropor tionate to their size and sex, shriek out the fact of their having herrings, bloaters, had docks, and water-cresses to dispose of. From 9 till 1 other gangs of boys and girls elect to noisily dispose of tha Sunday newspapers, while the rear-guard of milkmen form a ready chorus to the juvenile venders of Sun day literature. And the afternoon is devoted to "Oranges," "Nuts," "Winkles," "Water cresses," "Bloaters," "Haddocks," and the "Milkmen" again. Some faint approach to sympathy may be felt for these bawlers in the street, on the ground that they are of English birth and are trying to earn their living. But none what ever can be extended by any reasonable per sonage to the lounging, lazy Italian scoun drels who have now overspread the. . whole land with their wretched barrel-organs and pianos, drowning peacend quiet in every street, preventing the brain-worker from earning his bread, and sending the sick, on whom their demoniac din acts like poison, to their long homes before their hour has come. These hulking rascals are the offscourings, most frequently, of the Roman Campagna, of Sardinia, Sicily, and of every Italian town. Many of them are criminals of the worst de scription, murderers and escaped brigands, who carry to this country their vices and their passions, their filth and their diseases, and their presenoe ought almost to be prevented in the interest of public morality and decen cy. The lairs in which they huddle together are dens of vice such as can be seen in few continen tal cities, save, perhaps, in the worst parts of Naples or Rome. Not content with living themselves like the lower animals only less cleanly and with more danger to society they have for some time past been in the habit of decoying away English girls and dressing them in the finery of dead Italian women. Henceforward the dailv work of thnsn frjrla in to drag about the barrel-organ for the profit ii mo cur-niigsa --paarone, wno treats them In much the same manner as he does the boys whom he has bought from their parents to beg for him. Finding that there are Eng lish people of soft heart, and sober brains, who give money more readily if the beggar is deformed, they have lately started a brisk trade in importing the halt and the maimed and the deformed, until the thoroughfares of London are infested by the purchased chat tel, grinding out their din, tearing in mean ingless "danoes," screeching ' ditties which luckily are not understood by most of those compelled to hear them, and, in short, making themselves an intolerable nuisance for the profit of the padrone ruffians who are permit ted to own them. The patience which would bear much longer with this pest and scandal would cease to be a virtue. No Italian city would suffer from its own countrymen what we tolerate from them. Only last year the bagpipe players, who for ages had been in the habit of crowding into the capital during the Christmas week, were prohibited from droning out the contents of goat-stacks on tho refined ears of the Romans. Paris would not tolerate for one hour the stolidly insolent Germans who, after braying out the "Wacht am Rhein" in opposition to three other bands stationed a few hundred yards of, will commence a pro longed demonstration on the front door bell in demanding payment for their discord. Daring the Franco-German war a rumor got abroad that the vagabond musicians had been recalled to the army. For a moment Eaglsad was absolutely grateful to Count Von Bis marck, and hope was kindled in the heart of many a weary Londoner. But ths jay was of short duration, for the heavy-f aoad and flaxen haired persecutors'Jreturned, reinforced with numerous recruits attraoted by Fritz and Hans' tales of British imbecility, but whose sturdy limbs bore the impress of no other "kreig" or "Sohlacht" save the perpetuil one the Euglish householder is compelled to wage single-handed with them. Now, the Londoner is, as the tolerance pest demonstrates, one of the most patient of mor tals. As a railway passenger, he meekly sub mits to have his nerves shaken by the bang ing of carriage doors and the intermittent shriek of the engine motionless in the station, for he feels that this noisy nuisanoe is essen tial to the dignity of guards and the glory of . drivers ; but he can scarcely extend the same indulgence to jangling bells whioh pushing coal-dealers have attached to their wagons, and he feels a comfort in knowing that the law has at least pronounced them illegal. He is even loath, unless driven to it, to put down with a strong arm the inharmonious shouts of street-hawkers, lest by so doing he might crush oat of existeuse a ujaful c'asi of smiii traders, always hanging on the brink of pov erty, and whose families are never very far removed from the work-house door. But self preservation, a regard for his own health and means of livelihood, compels ths professional man to insist that they shall pursue their call ings in a mannes which will allow him also to pursue his. It is a maxim of the law of Eng land that there is no wrong without a remedy. Here is a wrong long enough continued, and grievous enough to thousands surely it can not afford the sole exception to this comfort ing axiom? We almost fear it does, unless, in doed, the sufferers do what in ordinary cir cumstances is never advisable become the avengers of their own grievance. Several cor respondents propose ths formation of an Anti Street Musio Association, the members of which will bind themselves to carry Mr. Bass' act into effect. Many of them offer to sub oribe handsomely to it, and one gentleman expresses his willingness to act gratuitously as sacretary. Remembering tha indignation which this nuisance has evoked from the days of Leech and Babbage until now, when, as is evident from the letters of our correspondents it has grown to gigantic proportions, there should be no difficulty in putting it down through tbe aid of some such association as that proposed. In the districts haunted by these organ-grinders there are abundance of men of influence who would be will ing to spare a little of their time to hunt out of the streets tb.9 rascality who now so sadly break in upon it, and threaten in time to render life in London and its sub urbs unendurable. There have been many less laudable societies, and few whioh can do less harm and more good. It is demagogism, pure and Bimple, to talk of this interfering with the "Rights of the Subject." A man alien or foreigner has no more right to drive another from the street in which he pursues his calling than he has to erect a soap facto ry in the rear of his country house. It is monstrous that all psace for hale or sick should be lost, at the pleasure of a hoiking Italian or German who chooses to put his thews and sinews to no better purpose than grinding an organ or beating a drum for his own profit, and the denotation of the resthetio house-maids of Kensington, Kennington, or Chelsea. S. ARTHUR MARSDEN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 13 LAW CHAMBERS, NEW HAVEN, OONN., COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, for New York, Maa eeohnaetta, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Georgia, Florida. North Carolina, South Carolina, Cal ifornia, Kansas, Rhode Island, Iowa, New Jersey.Min nesota, Ohio, Looslana, &o. c. 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Onlv DuhUehed two months ago, it "takes" so well that the pahUahera are foroed to issue edition alter edition to keep pace with the demand. To state it tee WHITE ROBES has gone straight Into the hearts of all lovers of Bab bath School Musio, and the fact la due to Its purity, freshness and originality. Bend B0 oente In stamps for a sample copy. $3 per - Temperanoe Jewels, (85c) by I. H. Tenney,should bs used by all Tejnperano. and Reform olubs. Any book mailed poet-free tor the retail prloe. OLIVER DITS0N & CO., Jal WeSaaw ' ' Boston. TTtiaes and "W aeons tor Bale. three Seeond-hand Phaetons; Top Carriage, shlftlnc tee, patent wheels : also Second hand Wagons and Carriages - , A Repairing of all kind, promptly attended to and at be Lowest Prices. Carriage, and Wagons Stored and Sold on Commission. lk . . lH,P0WBgXaBJCX,