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Feb. 3, 1S80. Journal and fomtier. Tuesday Morning;, Feb. 8, 1880. - 0CA1V NEWS. rwor other lAoal News see tJeoondlPate, Tbe Smith Murder Trial. 'Testimony for tne Defenae Closed Coanncnaeat f iha Rtlmtuk Yesterday atorn ooa at two o'clock the trial of Jacob Smith, - for the murder of Charles Fierce, wm rtsumed in the Superior Court room. . There waa the usual crowd of Rpeota - tors, they being about equally divided between white and colored people. The first witness called was Abraham Nepel, of 421 State street, this city, who testified that he dealt in cigars and tobaooo, and knew Smith, who was a patron of his. The witness knew it was a habit of Smith's to say: "I may never ask you to do me a favor again." Mr. Hodge was then called to testify as to the marks on the oeiling in the kitchen of the honse where the tragedy was committed. He said there was one mark which looked as if made by Smith's cane while it was beiDg raised.' There was also another; and the witness managed to get in his opinion, de spite Mr. DoolitUe's objeotion, to the effeot that the marks looked as if made by some one standing opposite to where Smith stood in the room. This to bear out the claim that Fierce took Smith's cane away and struck him with it Mr. Blydenburgh here announced that the defense had closed. Joseph Gillon was the first witness called by the prosecution in rebuttal. The witness testified that last August he worked at the Bubber shop with Charles Fierce. The two men had to daily change clothing while at work, and the witness saw that the deceased never carried a knife as alleged by witnesses for defense. He also testified that Fieroe was always jolly and happy, and of most peaceable cbitracter. James N. Moore, chief engineer at the Itub- Der stop, testified that Fierce had the charac ter at the shop of being a peaceable man. City Court Judge Henry E. Pardee testified that he presided at the preliminary investiga tion in the preset case, and visited the house where the homicide took place in Goffe street, particularly to look at the marks in the ceiling. The witness decribed the indenta tions as he saw them, in detail, and judged that they could be made by a person hold id g up a cane and swinging it backwards with some violence. In substance, in bis opinioD, Smith had just entered the door of the kitch en, when he raised his cane, and, the State will claim, attempted to commit the first as sault on Fierce. On the cross-examination, the counsel for the accused endeavored to show that Smith, on entering the kitchen, was first assailed and then raised his cine to defend himself, as shown by the nature of the marks on the ceiling- liossicg Alexander was called and said he knew Jacob Smith and also knew Pierce dur ing his life time. Had never seen anything wrong in Fierce or heard anything against bis character. I boarded with Fieroe at 143 Goffe street with Mrs. Lowe. To a qnestion as to whether the witness had ever heard any threats made by Smith against Fierce, the defense objeoted on the ground that it was not in rebuttal of anything that the defense had introduced on the subject. The court admitted the question, and wit ness said that on one occasion he came home . from the country and met Pierce on the front stoop. I went into the house and saw Smith there. Smith was walking back and forth with a knife in his hand, and said he was go ing to have his revenge. In a few minutes Pierce came and Smith said we will have this thing settled right here. Fieroe said the only way to settle it was to go down to the court house. I went into the bedroom and said, if I paid rent you fellows would not be in here. I met Smith next morning going toward the house. He said I don't want to disgrace yoo, and I said you can't disgraoe me. He tben said I don't want to disgiaoe the old lady, but if Laura don't send away Fierce I will kill the villain and out his heart out and be hung on the gallows for it. I did not see him any more for two. or three days. . On the night of the homicide he called me out of Mr. Hobanzenbach's. On the cross-examination witness said he had lived with Mrs. Lowe ten or twelve years. Was not acquainted with Fieroe but 'about three weeks. Detective Keilly was called and testified that he had a conversation with the accused about a month before this homicide occurred. It was at West Haven. I asked him how things were, and he sold, "Bad, very bad." He said something about a man destroying his happi ness and ruining his family. He said I would wake np some morning and find that some thing terrible bad happened. I said to him, "Don't do anything rash, Jacob ; if you do you will be soiry afterward." He replied, "Mr. Reilly, I can't help it." The morning after the homicide I saw him in the lockup, when bo said, "You know what I told you some time ago." I said yes, and I am sorry you did not take my advioe. He replied that it was too late now the thing was done. On the cross-examination witness said that Smith told him in the lockup that he was not to blame for what had happened. Mrs. Elmira Lowe was .called and testified that she lived at 143 Goffe street last year. Her daughter lived with her, and also a boarder. At this point the defense objeoted, and Mr. Hotchkiss addressed the court. He said that it was evident that the State was trying to throw the burden of proof in this case on the defendant. He presumed that the State now intended to show what occurred at this house on the night of the homicide. They had bad abundant opportunity to present their case on the direct ; but instead of doing so, they had offered a few witnesses on the direct, and now; after he accused has made his statement, they bring on a host of witnesses to contradict him. He said it was nnjust to the accused, as it placed the burden of proof upon him instead of upon the State, where it rightfully be longed. Mr. Doolittle replied. He said the defend ant had set up the theory of self-defense, and the burden of proof rested upon him. The method he had pursued was plainly within the law. The court eaid that they supposed that what transpired at the house might have been r.ven in obief. The State bad shown the killing, that threats were made, and had then rested. They could not see that there was any hardship thrown on the accused. The defense might think that the State might havo been more liberal and put in all their evi dence at first ; but as they had not done so, and the defense had introduced their entire evidence in chief, it would appear that the State now had the right to introduce evidence to meet the speoiflo defense that the aot waa done in self-defense, notwithstanding the fact that the burden of proof rests upon the State. The witness (Mrs. Lowe) then continued her testimony. She said that on the night of the homicide Fierce was sitting at the table in the kitchen. ' His hand was "leaning on his head." He was in his shirt sleeves and complained os the headache. I was coming np the back steps and saw Smith coming in. He said good evening. When he oame in he rushed up the back stairs in great baste. Ho had the little girl by the hand. As he came in he said, good evening one and all. I was standing by the stove. After saying good evening he struck Fierce in the head with a stiok he had in his hand. He was about in the middle of the room when he struck him. He hit him somewhere about the head. Fierce then jumped to his feet and attempted to put Smith out. They tussled somo minutes in the entry. "He had Smith somewhere about the shoulders and was shoving him backward. Smith shoved his hand through one of the glasses in the door. I said, Oh, my! they are breaking all the windows to pieces. Then they got out on the stoop. I heard Fierce say to Smith, let go of me. Fierce said it again and Smith said, let go of me. Fierce said this has been going on long enough, I will go down and have him arrested.- I heard Smith say outside, I will go and finish him. Fierce went ont the front way and Smith went around through the bock yard. After they had gone I washed up the blood in the hall " way. I could not tell how much blood there was. I had to get four or five basins of water before I could wash it up. I heard Smith outside "blowing" at this time. 1 saw blood on the platform of the stoop and cleaned up the thickest of it. I don't know anything about a knife being in Pierce's possession os that night. Ho had a sailor's knife around the house then. We used to whittle kindlings with it and open cans of milk for the child. Think I saw the knife after the homicide. On the cross-examination by Mr. Blyden burgh, witness said she was on as friendly terms with Smith as she ever was. I don't know whether I have ever been on friendly erms with him. I don't know anything about Pierce calling on my danghter when she lived ia Mr. Wrinn's honse. I cannot tell in which hand Smith, held the club when he struck Pierce, or whether he had hold of the big end or little end or the middle. I know he struck him and that is all I kno w about it. I was standing in the door that goes into the hall when I heard Fierce say, "Let go of me." ' I cannot tell how I could see Smith break the window in the door when I was in front of the store. I can't tell which pane of glass was broken. I don't know whether the bodies of two men in the hall would cover that door or not. At this point (5:G5) the court was ad journed until 10 o'clock this morning. of this city. This lady is well known to many . of our citizens, and admired for her amiabili ty and intelligence. Her friends wDl be grati fied to learn that Mr. Henry is a prominent business man and politician of Brooklyn. He is vioe "president of Ihe New York; Board of Trade, and president of Lee College in Brook lyn, and a former member of the Republican State Committer, f Mr. Henry is a wholesale druggist, doing business in" New York city. ' The newly married pair -will take up their residence in Brooklyn."'" ' ' ' - ,r Robbery on a Sound Steamer. Orange Blossoms. The Syracuse (N. Y.) Standard of January 81 says of a gentleman prominent in New York and Brooklyn, and known personally to some of the leading people of this section, as fol lows : '-Under the head of marriagei we re oord tbis morning tha marriage of Mr. John F. Henry, of Brooklyn, with Miss L. D. Hart, ; Two Paeaeng-en Arrested What "Was ! Found in Their Stateroom. The New York Evening Post of yesterday 1 says :" George H. Bandell, ' of No. 403 West ..Twenty-second street, dealer in mica at No. 1 ; Park Place, had occasion to go to New Lon don to pay off some hands on Lis father's ' property. On his return he had to travel over . night on the Vermont Central railroad, and was considerably fatigued from loss of sleep when he got on board the steamboat City of New York, of the Norwich line, at New Lon don. He slept soundly in his stateroom until awakened between four and five o'clock this morning by James Murphy, the steward, who told him that he had seen a man coming out of his cabin, and that he .had been robbed. Mr. Bandell ascertained that his gold watch and chain were safe, but that $27 in notes, $1.20 in silver currency and a certificate of shares in the "Valley Gold Mining Company of Idaho, of the value of $500, had been stolen from his clothing. . Two passen gers, who afterward gave the names of George "Willard, aged 23 years, of De troit. Mich., and Sidney Dver. acred 36 rears. of London, Ontario, Canada, bad been observed moving about at an early hour long before aayiignt. The entrance to Mr. Kan dell's room had been effected by means of skeleton keys. Although it was quite dark Murphy, the steward, was able to recognize Willard, and Mr. Bendall suggested that the Dertn jointly occupied by him and Dyer should be searched. When the steward pulled up a piece of the carpet on the floor he found three skeleton keys, "pincers, a gim let, a screw and other articles, with a passen ger ticket on the Lake Shore and Michigan aoutnern railroad. When the City of New York touched at pier 40 North River this morning the men were piacea in custody of Umoer Urogan, of Uapt. Gastlem's steamboat squad. Seventy-three aonars in notes were round in their possession, including a $5 note of the Maverick National Bank, Boston, on Willard, and a $5 note on the First National Bank of Ionia, Mich., on Dyer, which was identified by Randtll as part or toe money stolen irom mm. The aocused were committed temporarily, each in default of SI, BOO bail, bv Justice Bix- by to day in the Tombs. The magistrate was in doubt whether bis jurisdiction extended to tne snip at the time the offense was committed. Tlie IVewr Haven Orphan Asylum. Subscriptions and donations to the New Haven orphan asylum from January 1st to January 29, 1880 : Friend, $25 ; Mrs. Jsmrs DlcVeimao, $;0 ; a Chris tian Friend, $10 ; Mrs. Smith Herein, $2 ; Juoah Fria- 8. K. Merwln & Ban. receirjted b'H. S8.SS: Anotheca- rles Hal', receipted .bill, $1.60 ; -William Kaehrle, re. WillllmM. Bursell, discount on till, $10: Robeit Morgan, discount on bill, 19.80 ; E. A. Cbatneld, din count on bill, $8 ; John Bright, discount on bill. $3.75. Apothecaries' Mall, medicineB for the month; Mr. Lewis HotcbkUa, 76 candy baga and mittens ; Mrs. I. Lyman, 9 BlIes, 3 Testaments, and illustrated papers; Mrs. T. H. Bishop, illustrated papers one year; Mrs. I. Inge soil, second-hand clothing ; Mrs. G. H. Far num, second-band clothing and velocipede ; Mr. O. H. I'eck, new underclothing ; Mrs. Edwin Mf-rslck, one dczen silver thimbles and Toatha' Companion ; Mrs. H. B. Harrison, one framed picture, cookery, medicine and carpet rags ; Gertrude Hawks, carpet rags ; Mrs. O. P. Warts, second hand clothing ; Friend, three pairs stockings and illustrated papers. Committee for February Mrs. Lewis K. Packard. 83 Wall street ; Miss O. Winchester, tt Wall street. jurs. u. v. iiotchkisb, it: cording Heoretary. State Correspondence. II ran ford. Tbis morning as a young man by the name of Furey was descending the dummy at the Lock Works, by some accident he was thrown down and his arm cut nearly off above the elbow. February 1. Wallingford. The Masonic complimentary sociable and supper given by Compass Lodge last Friday evening was a very pleasant affair and adds another instanoo to the many proofs of the hospitality of the brotherhood. Too revival meetings still continue. Last night at the Congregational ohuroh and tben at the Methodist and Baptist churches in reg ular succession. Sunday night was the coldest of the season. the mercury being at zero. State News. E. G. Morehouse, formerlyproprictor of the Clark house, Wlnsted, has leased the Thomas ton bott-1, and will manage it hereafter. The barn at Kensington, of one Brooks, a milk peddler, was burned Saturday, with 11 cows.two horses, a large quantity of hay, wag ons, farming utensils, etc. ; no insurance. The nrolite found in Norwalk a few days ago has been broken, and inside was found a fossil animal resembling a lizard. It bos been taken to New York for further examination. A building for the manufacture of corsets is going up in South Norwalk. A number of citizens have formed a company to erect the building, which is to cost $7,000, and Roth & Goldsmith are to rent it for six years, and to employ 200 hands, mostly girls. From Hell to Heaven Sometimes the pains of disease ere so great that it seems as if they could not be borne,and sometimes the minor pains worry men and women into the grave by preventing rest and sleep. 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"Brown's Household Panacea" should be in every family. A teaspoonful of the Panacea in a tnmbler of hot water (sweetened, if pre ferred,) taken at bedtime, will break up a cold. - 25 oents a bottle. . - ' Illuch . Sickness undoubtedly with children, attributed to other causes,- is occasioned by worms. Brown's Vermifuge Comfits, or Worm Lozenges, al though effeotuai n destroying worms, can do no possible injury to the most delicate child. This valuable combination has been success fully used by physicians, and found to be ab solutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful to chl irn. Twenty-fire oents box. 1123 TlaF ltw - Catarrhal "Woi Do Meyer's Treatiso on Catarrh, explains the following important facts : L That Catarrhal Colds bocomo a poi sonous nfeotiony at first local, and finally constitutional. 2. That, being Constitutional, the infection is beyond the reach of mere local remedies. - S. 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A Reed Instrument which enables anv one. whether understanding mnaio or not, to play any desired mel ody or harmony, taored or ttculsr, from the most plaintive dirge to the Hvelievt dancs mtuie, with fault less expression, surpassing the execution of the most hiffblv educated and finish -d performers. It ia excels. lent in tone, potrsestting a mechanism of marvelous simplicity, requiring but the intelligence of a child to manipulate, yet capable of rep oductng the moaioal compoeiticiis oz tne past, presxi ana tutor. Call ttiul tee for yonrselfa " ; J. HATNES & CO., S0L13 AGENTS, Office and Salerooms. - 400J CliatM-.l Street, Cur. Temple, Ops' day and evening. . XUroaa 6. dl8 8m - .5. c'. v.ni. tn Affunts. Outfit ami a si.nt Hun jrre. For terms ad dress,, thus Op, a-tmrit.sf.. A WenderM Core A Ladr Bescnesl from a UtIb; (.rava. Saved as pr firs. Graphic Descrip tion. Elixir f Snlpbnr. Issl Oood Qaalitios must esq Worsts. v'. ' ' Correspondence of Xev Haven Sunday Union. , ; , sfniDSOB Locks, Cosh., Jan. 2M, ie89. To tbe Bditor of Thk Hsw Havxn Vsiont. - It is not very often that we witness tbe raising of s person from the grave, 1rat we have had in. Uiia quiet town, what seems almost s nsdraole. Borne two or three jeexs ago Kiss Martha Chandler, a mnch respected and well oonneoted lady living here, attended a camp meeting held at Korihamptoa. She contracted a hard eold and was taken with a severe at tack of bleeding at the longs, which as yoo well know ia very dangerous. Several weeks ensued before she could bs moved to her home, and from that time she gradually failed, and in lew than twelve months she was hopelessly sick with that dread monster eonramp Uon. Dnring the few months that followed aha had frequent bleeding spells, until they were thirty tinea in number, increasing In pain and severity in each case. last Spring she took to her bed, never expect ing to leave it alive, as her month and throat were very sore, and it was with difficulty that she could swallow even liquid, much less solid food ; It was simply tor ture and abe grew to be a mere shadow, with a distres" sing cough and no appetite. at this time there appeared en the scene a visitor Who told wonderful stories in regard to a medicine that would surely cure her, saying that the gentleman that mads it wss a modest druggist in Holyoke, Massa chusetts, by the name of Arthur. She had been given up by phvs'.cians, and also trlel. so many so-called " Sure Cnres" that she was almcst Incredulous, but consented to try It, hoping for the best. The first bot tle she used helped her so mnch that she procured more, and finally, to make a long story short, after us ing twelve bottles she is to-day a well woman, and as tonishes her neighbors by vUiUng them as of old. They look upon her as one almost risen from the dead and the whole town are talking about it with wonder. Now these are simple facts that occurred so publicly that I deem it a matter of public Justice to make a note of it. The medicine, I almost forgot to say, is called " Arthur's Elixir of Sulphnr," and from a careful in vestigation In this case, and incidentally many others, I am led ta acknowledge tt is a wonderful remedy in all cases of chronic coUs, bronchitis, catarrh, con sumption, whooping cough and diphtheria. The ma king of an Elixir la a difficult matter with sulphur, which Is hard to dissolve. Tet it is such a valuable remedial agent that the chemists of cauteries have cn deavored to produce one, but it was left for this man Arthur, a druggist in Holyoke of twenty years stand' ing to bring it about. To relieve your mind of the suspicion that I am in U pay of this firm I would simply ssy I am not, and would say that acy one desiring to investigate this case further, can write to Miss Chandler herself, or to our worthy druggist, Mr. J. W. Browning, who will gladly answer any questions in regard to the case. More anon, 'Bock. Richardson & Co. and B. A. Whittlesey at wholesale and at retail by Druggists generally, oaaeoqawiy HmEN SUCCESS! DR. S. W. FISKE, Of Norwich. Conn. Tbe Celebrated Clairvoyant Physician, And Magnetic Healer of 29 years practice, also Bast neu and Test Medium. WILL visit New Haven, Conn., four days in every month at the Tontine Hotel, where he can be consulted Monday evening, February 16th, Toes- day, Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 17th. 18th and atn, ana r noay, tne wia, udui a p. zu. OfflM hrmra f mm 0 a. m. tofin. m. The doctor examines the siok at sight, without be ing told of their complaints, and prepares his medi cines himself from the best of selected roots, herbs and barks, for the speedy cure of all chronio diseases of whatever name or nature. His medicines cleanse the system and leave the patient in a healthy condi tion, xne aoctor is aiso posseeseu wiui Biruug mag netic healing powers for the quick removal of all dis eases. He has been in active practice for over a quarter of a century, treating thousands of cases with remark- aoie success lueaicmespreparoa expressly iur eauxi ana averv case and furnished very reasonable, and nothiuff poisonous givf n. The doctor oi s cot charge exorbi tant prices. Medicines wM be furnished from two dollars upwards. Also sent to all parts of the country bv exnress when desired. The doctor can also read your past, present and fu ture destiny, and is one or tne most sstonisning seers of the present aga for his trutof ulness in reading the most important events in one's life. He also has great success in selecting lucky numbers. Sittings for bui ines affairs or examination of the tick, $1. Commu nications by letter upon baslness or health mutt con tain $3, age, sex, a lock of hair, and stamp. Address Lock Box 1258, Norwich, Conn. t9The doctor can be consulted at the Sterling House, Bridgeport, Oonn., February 21st and 92d, and ue 23a, untu a p. m. jav aw FIRE KINOLER- WHAT NEXT? Use the Salamander once and you will never do without it. warranted to give satisfaction, or money refunded. Will last for yeara in daily tjb. Perfectly &a,e. Thousands already lnue. Write for Circular, Testimonials, &o. Sam ple Kindler, postpaid, 76 cents. Address J. O. SDDY, tjten'i Agent, vji congress turcet, xroy, m. x, WANTED. $7? a Month and expenses guaranteed to Agents, Outdt free. Shaw tt Co., Augusta, Maine. &yryiy A YE&B and expenses to agents. Outfit free, P I t Address P. O. VlOKEay, Augusts, Maine. Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce St.. I. V. Jal dawlm A Rare ! Beautiful ! ! Valuable ! ! ! Continuous ! I II and Welcome II!!! Holiday Prea ent will be a Tear's snbscrlntir-n to the model Maes- sine. DEMOKEST'S MON'l'HLY. whkh Includes (he spleniltd Art Picture, " Coneolatlon," by B. F. Belc- hart, Ihs best $10 oil picture ever published. Do not fail to take the splendid Deoember and January nnm bers,arc,poet(ree; yearly $3. Address W. JENNINGS demuuich'j., no. 17 isast utn St., new xora. At dawlffi D. I. C. Is an absolute and irresi stable cure for enness. Intemperance and the use of Opium, To uacco, narcouca, ana Btiinmaats, rcmuviii u taste, desire and habit of using any of them, ren dering the taste or desire for any of them perfectly odious and disgusting. Giving every one perfect and irr eat stable control of the sobriety ox them selves or their friends. It prevents that kbsolute physical and moral prostration that follows the sudden brea&ng on; from using stimulants or narcotics. Package, prepaid, to cure 1 to 5 persons, $2, or at your druggists, 91.75 per bottle. I Temperance societies snouiu recommena it. It is perfectly harmless and never-falling. j Hop Bitters Mfg. Co., Rochester, N. Y. Sole Agents, Hop Cough Care destroys nil pain, loosen f the congh, quiets the nerves, produces rest, and never foils to cure. j The Hop Fadf or Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, Is superior to all others. Cures by absorption. It is perfect ask druggists. The Hnp Bitters 9fs?. Co., or llochestrr. N. T. mly, pivw these rein edies, also the Hop Bitter, which kj-ttti do acoso n iMTOige or l ninucwii, nni tun r nm no u i ammcim mwwi made, making mor cure Uuui al 1 oihstr remedies. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 100 Bushels .WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Frank S. Piatt, SftO and 398 Slate' Street. asdfcwtf TO COSSCSIEK8 OF SASH, BOORS MB TODS. t " TITH improved machinery and f Acilitiee, we ara V now ready to comuete tor the above eommodi- tiee egainet imported work for OA8B. It consumers want that kind, they can have OS B CCDS, WINDOW OB BLIND, OB a HDNPKBD, AT As low a prices as dealerefpay for the same by.the car load. Ctistoiu Made Work at Very Low fPrices. Lewis & Beecher Company, LOO East Water Street dfcwtf Kerr Haven, Conn. FINE COFFEES ..---:...- A SPECIAITY. I woold call particular attention to my Ctioice Se Genuine Old Mocha, Old Government Java, Maracaibo, . ; And Bio Coffees. 1 1 V trade in these soods is eonstantTv icrelna. XT I owing to their uniform superiority. All tboee who want a vood and aensia. article will find on trial that tbe plaice ee get tne best isxat . 0. II. GAYJLOEDS Caitton Tea Store, 417 Sttate Sirer, Cor. Court St. a?4 . ' ' ' - ' - WHJUTH JUST ORDERED A. .Large Iine of Me km And to make room for the new stock, we will make up to order for the next 30 days any of our desirable Foreign and Domestic Goods at greatly reduced pri- H1LDEBRAND & CO., Merchant Tailors, SO. 22 CESTBK STREET. Jas . BUYERS OF Boots ana Sjjobs fL ARTHUR MABSDEN. , Attorney and Counsellor at Tmw 18 LAW CHAMBERS, HIW HAVEN, CO an., COatsnSSIONIB OF DEEDS, for Wew York, Mas sachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania, nunoie. Geonria. Florida- North Carolina. South Carolina, Cal ifornia, Kansas, Bhode bland, Iowa, Hew Jersey (Min nesota, Ohio, IiOUHlana, so. c , wouecnona irrn- m an para n uic uium lowest Bates, through reliable correspondents, fas t Florida. Orauires. YTJB THI8 morning (Saturday) as uses nne Hosts J 9 dsa. Prices T.r, low to the trade. jasi at. c xlAUb cUH, cosgrove OPJBXS THIS DAY BIS GREAT Clni Ont Si And Will Offer Some WoierfDl Great Bargains -IM- ODD, AND BROKEN LOTS Good, Serviceable, Heavy Winter 6eod& Don't Fail To Oo And See Him. Notwithstanding the fact that goods have adTanced at least 26 per cent, since the purchase of his present stock, be intends to close ont his entire Winter Stock at the old prices. Remember These Advantages. Ton have the largest stock and greatest variety of styles In New England to seleot from. Ton boy them cheaper than at any other store, and In addition to all that, if yon 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 yon from five to fifty times the amount of your purchase, at 'S Great Boot and Slioe Store,' Cor. Church ami Crown St. jal7d&w NW II AVE IV. GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE. i'RAOS MARK TheCircat TRADEMARK ftjngiisu iccisi ed An ui faillug cure for Bern in a! Weakness, Sperma torrhoea, Id poten cy, and all diseases that follow, as a bs- anence of f.elf. Abose: as Ioss of Memory. Universal BEFORE TAIIHfl.if8itnde Paiin RAFTER TAKINEL the Back. Dimness : of Vision. Premmtnre old Ace. and manv other Diseas es that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and a Prema- yur Ltrave. tJT Full particulars in our pamphlet, wpich we de sire to sen t free by mail to every one. tF" The Spe cific Modioine is sold by all druggists at $1 per pack age, or six packages for $5, or iil be sent free by mall on receipt 01 toe money oj aaa'PSBing THE GHAY MEDICINE CO., Ho. 10 Mechanics Block, Je troit, Mich. tar o.d in New Haven by all Druggists. J7 lydfcw BIOHAHP3QN h CO., Wholesale AgHf. SLEDS. Robf. B, Bradley & Go. Are offering this Mason A Earner and Iletter Assortment of Framed Sleds, Sleighs and Clippers, Than Ever Before. Oor stock comprises Boys' and GirJs' Framed Sleds, In great variety of styles and size Clippers or Coasters, Of several different Patterns and Sizes, AND Children's Sleighs, All of whioh are well-made and Elegantly and Attractively Finished. We also sell the Best Snow Shovels Zn market. Adams' Patent and Wentworlh's Pa- Lowest Cash Prices. R0BT.B.BMIMY&C0., 406 and 40S State Street, dlS dfcw NRW HAVEN, CT. LVS1 -MKJm ' we Jllttstratal 1 fA LDRAL' mm Abeantlfaiworkof 100 Paires 1 Colored Flown rinte,iiuu aw iimsiraiions, witn inscriptions or. the best Flowers and Vegetables, and howtofrrowthein. AU for a Frra Cent Stamp. In English or German. TICK'S SEEDS are the best in the world. Five Cents for postage will buy tbe Florax. Guide, tolling how to get them. The Flower and Vet etable Garden, 115 Pases, Six Colored Plates, and many hundred Engravings. For 50c in paper covers ; $1 in glegan teloth. In German or English, Tlck'sIHastrated Monthly Maa-ozine 32Page Colored Plate In every number and many nne Engrav ings. Price $1.25 ay er; Five Copies for 5.00. Specimes UU1UC4B HUlk IUI AAJ ITCjULO , O JUJIt3t I UT CO CHU14. Address, JAMES VTCK, Rochester. N. Y M7 rr;c. , nst. c nita a 9 4 c.wn.i9l ard BEST CAKINO POWDEII In tssvrartrt. With ANY other kind. CUARAHTSEO FKEB FnOSH ALUM OR ANYTKINC Fi)L, and warranted to &i' perfsct Bfitis faotfon. fief, your Grocer forCZAH 12AKINQ TriS USST LS THE CHEAPEST. . " Manufactured by telESIJE EMERY, rTew Ha Tei, Oonn. .3 eodacvflm BTJSIKESS OPENING. AH OPPORTUNITY for a man that can control a small amount of money, or for two young mea to engage In, Tho are not afraid of work If they east reallzs good security for their time and money in vested. For fall Information call en or address, GEO. A. 1BBEM Office oor. State k rim street, (Todd's Block.) Ja23 a week in your own town. Terms and $5 onifl !fe. AAvm W. ITit.i.w Aj ro- w.rMenfl, W. $66: E. P. iABVINE, Booms 9 and 11, 69 Church St. aul Chas. S. Hamilton, Attorney and Ooansdlor at Iritwt I AIJi HATIOKAI. PAHS ETTILDISa, Oornsr of Chapel ana fits sr. Notuy raaos. apatf - BUSINESS. NEARLY ONE THOUSAND PAIRS OF 'Cxi Oil - Xi O'."' r SLIGHTLY SOILED ANX Slinnesota Yenison. Prime Stock Just Received Direct From St. Paul. Also a Fresh JLot of - Grouse, Western Quail, Ohio Dnclxs, Turkeys and Cfalckens. Frisbie & Bart, 350 and 353 mate Street. jslfi Monthlies for February. HAEPEE'S Monthly. Atlsntio Monthly, Appleton's Jonrnal, North American Review,. opnlar Bel ence Monthly, Bunday Magszine, Yonnj? Ladie-i Jonr nal, Demsrests Monthly. Tho American Almanac, 188i. Seaside and Franklin Square Libraries, com plete. A few Diaries at a discount to make room for other goods. THE DOWNE8 HEWS CO., 6 Exchange Boil ding. GEO. M. DOWN SB, 1 p. JAMES J. OABB. f prietors. ja21 THE CQMM0 SENSE EEMEDY. Rye & Rock, Pnre White Rock Candy Dissolved la Old Bye WlilsHey. This article is nowthe leading remedy for coughs, colds, consumption and all diseases of the lungs, and has the hearty endorsement and approval of the medi cal fraternity. We guarantee it to be made from the best materials only, and perfectly pure. Full directions on each bottle. pp,ce SI.OO. Prepared and sold Wholesale and Retail by " gdoj. e. ball & son, 250 Chapel St. New Haveh, Ct. Shop - Worn Shoes TMSowjr out of oub stock. Tbis is tbe Largest Semi-Acniial Sale In Point of Numbers we have Made. We shall sell the Indies Button Boots at the upset or ' average price of One Dollar and Ninety-five Cents, $1.95, and the Gentleman's at $2.65. Retail price of most of ' these goods was double the figure now asked. This oppor- i ' ' . . - S a .5 . AnS inuiiy is a rare one iur lsamuies uu iuukiuimib . for Spring and Mummer. To repeat : our price for your choice of ladies' Kid and Ooat or Cloth Top Button Boots is $1.05, and for Gentle man's Shoes $2.65. For other particulars read local noti ces, and come to our place or business during the early morning hours. Qoisatoiiic Bailread Through Cara Between Bridepwt and Albany. Shortest, Quickest and Cheapus Bonte for Albany, Troy, Sar atoga, and tne West. r PAH8EHGER TB4JSB .?BiS?EPOKT 'or AZ.Bs.NT, SARATOGA aa t CAM FOB ALBtiHT ,arHvtn at 9:50 p. Albanywltli 8:10 p. m. Popular Ohloago ana Bt. Ionia Express, arriving In Ohloago73o the nex IaysiSr)QEPOBT at 4:M p. m. (eormaetliia; with : p. m. Train from New Haven) arrlrtnK in AIbanyl(h06p. m., Baratoga W:0nieht. KETIiKI I Vtl THHO(!;l C AH leans K. bany at 6:40 a. m., arriving In Bridgeport ia:S noon, New Haven 1:10 p. m. ThroBHb Tickets sold and Baggage Ohecxed at New Haven Passenger Depot for PIMafield and .1 Hoosatanio BUticns, North Adams, Albany, Troy and Saratoga. H. D. AVEBTL,T General Tloket Agent. L. B. HTILLSON, Aotlng Snperlntanden New York, New Haven and Hart ON and after Monday, May Mth, 1879 ; . iiim wara n.w urea H IOUOWS ETNKWTORK Express trains at ":80. 9:8s, 8:05, 8:8S, 5:3, 8:10 p. m. Wutalngtcn Niht Bxpres-l via Eariem Biver Branoh, '11:40 p. m., (dally ex cept Sunday.) stops ai Bridgeport, South Norwalk, Stamford. Accommodation, 8:30, 7:25 a. m 12-01 noon, :4B and t-.m p. m. Train for Bridgeport a 7:80 p. m. BtnrDAY EVENING TRAIN for New York win leave at 8:15 p. m., arriving at Grand Central Depot a 11:60 p. m. FOB HARTFORD, HIDDUiTOWN, NEW BRITAIN BPBINGriKW.BoSTONand the North Hipress 2:80 a. m., (dally eroept Mondays) for Hartford, stopping .tMertdKi. This train goes from Hartford . to Boston via Wiiiimantlo and Pntnam. Ao eonunodaUon 8:15 a. m. for Springileld. Bxpress 10:8- a. m. for Merlden. Berlin, New Britain; Mid dletown, Hartford and Springneld. Aooomm., 10:4S a. m.,fot Ueridenouly. Express, 1:21 p. m.. for Sprtngoeld stops at Hartford and Merlden on ly. Aooommodation, 8:12 p. m. for Sprlmrfleld. Bxpreu 5:28 p. m. for Msriden, Berlin, New Brit, ain, Mlddletown, Hartford and Springneld. Ao. oommodatlon 6:15 n. m. to Hartford. nnnnMb ... New Britain and Mlddletown. Accommodation 8:10 p. m. for Springneld. Bxpress '12:00 mid night for Meriden Hartford and Springfield Sundays, express 12:07 midnight for Meriden svuuiu aim (priuguej. FOB NEW LOND.IN, PBOVTDBHOE, NORWICH BOSTON snd the East. Express trains at "13:8 ' miamgnt, ana a.Ji p. m. Aooommodation train at 8:08, 10:40 a. m., 5:35 p. m. 8peoial to Gollford at 8:20 p. m., stopping at all stations. Dally. E. M. SEED, Vioe President. myaa O arriages and Wagons for Bale. jxtxrjsj. BEAOH WAGON, also 4-seat Bookaway, f& three Second-hand Phaetons; Top Oarriage, iaa shifting top, patent wheels ; also Second band Wagons and Oarriage. Repairing of all kinds promptly attended to and at he Lowest Prioes. Carriages and Wagons Stored and gold on Commission. Ja2S D. IN. 104 HOWE STREET. LYMAN TREADWAY, Dealer In BOYNTON'S Portable and Brick Set Furnaces, Cook, Parlor and Office Stoves. BOST05'S New Elevated Oveu Range, Our Favorite, H I -I k. - .V.-i Sit tr ' III, P. S.-.Gentleman's Canvass and leather Bicycle Iieggins About 75 pairs of Oents' Fine Hand Sewed Congress and Button Boots, costing us more than we like to say ; we shall run them off at $5.00. J26 WE ABES WILLING- TO YJEBT LOW PBICE8 ON FUEMTURE, In order to keep our,stock moving through the dull season. A. C. CEAMBEBLO & SOXg, jft7 388. 8Q and 83 State Street. FINE CARRIAGES FOR FAMILY USE. LATEST STYLE 8 IN Iiandaug, Landaulets, Ber lin Coaches, Coupes, Broughams, Victorias,and Six-Passenger Kockaways, Ail striotly llrat-class. Warranted to giro perfeot satisfaction. H. KILLAEI & CO., oi5 tf New Haven. Conn. i.cil v .i a 'F I "aai Yan-nn sii'" Ms 314 and 316, Old Ho. 186 State Street. Lyman Treadway. Jalttf IIS VECTORS. JOHN E. EARLE, No. S50 Cbapel Street, NEWHAVEN.CONN., Gives his personal attention to nroonrina Patents for Inventions IN THE United States & Foreign Countries. A PRACTICE of more than 'fourteen years, and f zreonent vj.it. 10 me ruent umoe naa siven nun a familiarity with every department of. and mode of proceeding at, the Patent 6oe, which, together with tne zaui cnai no now visits wssnington semi-montmy to give his personal attention to the interests of his cli ents, warrants him in the assertion that no office in the country is able to offer ths same facilities to Inventors lnseenrins tneir inventions by Letters Patent and particularly to those whose applications have been re jected an examination of which he will make free of oharee. - Preliminary examination, prior to application for pa tent, mue as salens umoe. at a small cnarge. His facilities for procuring Patents in Foreign Coun tries are nneoualed. Befers to more than one thonsanddients for whom u. naa pnjcuriMi ijeticrs patent. a f uotw IS PRICE. Signature ia on every bottle of the GENUINE Worcestershire Sauce. It Imparts the moet delicious tiste and zest to SOUPS, OUAVIKS, FISH, HOT tc. COLD, JOINTS, Est fli'l l i . 1 EXTRAOTi of a LETTEE from' a MEDICAL GENTLE MAN at Madras to his brother at WOKCES1EB, Hay, TeU LEA PEE- ) that their Sauos S'CiT!rT7tSSBIII8 thl EC-EL!--!1 hlhly esteemed in inaia, ana is, m my opinion, ihe most pal- atable as well as the 'ji$inoBt wholesome Sauos SSSmttM ia made." ' sold and used tnrougnout tu. wvnu TRAVELERS AND TODB1ST8 FIND GREAT BENEFIT? HEAVING A BOTTLE WITH THEM. jioHiv m;rvcA!'s sons, AGJtNTS FOBJ 36XCoIleire Place sand 1 Union Square, To All Whom It May Concern. HE. FOWLER is the only authorized Licensee of the United Nickel Co., who is privileged to do job pbtting in the oity of few Bsven. By A. J. ronaxs, Agent. ja!4 A WEBB. S12 a dav at home easily made. Ooetly outfit free. Address Tsui at Co.. Augusta. He $72, MATHEY CAY1US Biseaeos of th e sexnn? orceins, rocen t or chronic, are promiiTlv cttrefl Iy Matliey Cnyius Cap3Ules; used for over "J3 nr hy Uio'leatiing pliy&Xciaiie of Europe and America. Prepared by CLIHiCi, Paris. CAPSULE Sold FREE NRW m SclutlSo out. ror .rro Itobintr, vltaom Modtcine. from whwer mjm Mall OMjcMMfer.0.1raS3a.a, ' R 4n tin P,T c home. 8ampies worth IS free aj IU ssa,W I Alurtss Bmsos k Co., Portltn i, Ke. . A Positive Cure WITHOUT 5IEDICINES. Allan's Soluble Medicated Bongies. PATENTED OCTOBER lO, 1876. ONE BOX No. X will cm. star uuta 1m four daws, or less. No. 3 will cara tne Moat Obstinate Can, no mutter of botar long- atandinsr. No nameoui doses of Onbeba, Copaiba or OU of Sandal wood, tliat aro certain to produce dyspepsia by destroying- tne coatlnsre of tbe tomacb. Price C1.S0. Sold by all Drug-arlata or mailed on receipt of Price. For f urtbey partlculara send for Circular. P. O. Box 1,333. . J, Cm ALLAN CO., No. 83 John Street, New York. We offer 300 Reward for any caae tbey will not cure. QUICK, SAFE AND SURE CUBE. nUl ly BRONZE CHANDELIERS ! FOB LAMPS. NEW DESIGNS ! ELEGANT PATTERNS . A Full Assortment Just Received. iii Lamps ! Mm Lais ! Ornamental andiUseful. Welcome . Light Gil, the Best in ths Market, Standard Crockery and Fancy De signs Beceired Every Week. .jomr uniGssT, 408 CHAPEL STREET. n36 eod OFF. THE GHBLEN. Many Very Celebratea PHYSICIANS claim that children are never troub led with worms and especially young children. Xhese same physicians, while they set np this claim are thevery ones to use TrnnlfnRes in their practice, for fear ths child might OS troubled with worms. Pa rents should give worm medicine to, their children in the earns way when they show the least symptom of worms ; and the best remedy to nse is the justly cele brated 3906 Vermifuge. BICHABDSON i CO., Whole sale Agents. 8old by all druggists. Hall's oalebratod Toothache Drops never fall. ay 10 Thffaaieowwly Commonly known ss ALBANY GREASE ! For Lubricating Machinery Of AU Kinds. Foskett & Bishop, 9To. 479 State Street, Sole Affenta for New Haven, Conn. .Boston & New York Air Jbine RR. ' aig On and alter MONDAY, March Mth tfejgyigsiaTO trains will run aa follows : 6W6 aTm. TRAIN for WUlimantio. oonneots at Willi, mam tie with trains of the N. Y. N. K. and H Tm N. rallnads, arriving in Boston at 1:10 p. m. Provldenoe 11:25. Worcester 12:17 p. m.7 and Norwich at NfcSO a. m. ' 10: a. m. TKAIN for Willimantio, oonnecting at Wll. Umantlo with N. Y. at N. E. and NewLoudou Northern Ballroada. 6:80 p. m. THAI N for willimantio, oonnecting at Willi mantle with New London Northern B,. B., for Norwich and New London. Trains leave TurnervlUe for Colchester at 9:50 a. m . 1:06 and 7:H0 p. m. ' Leave Colchester for Turnerville at 9:25 and 10:50 a m., and 6:30 p. III. Tralna oonneot at Mlddletown with the Oonn. Valley Bailroad for Saybrook and Hartford. See Fosters. 1, H. VBANKLIN, rnaat Superintendent. New Haven and Nortnampton Railroad. On and after Hondav. Nov. Mth. in Trains will leave New Haven at 7110 a m., !0::iS a. in., and 3:H p. in. for PlainvlUs New Hartford, Westneld, Holyoke, Easthamptoa Northampton and Wllliamsbnrg. Tralna will arrive from the above points at R:1S m., 1:80 p. m. and K6 p. m. Cloae Cennectlonsi At Flsinville with trains east and west on New York and New England RB. At Pine Meadow with Oonn. Western R8. At Westneld with Boston and Albany Kit. At Northampton with Oonn. Biver B&. For particulars see small Time Table at ths omoc and depots. KDWABD A. BAY, Oenaral Ticket Agent. New Haven, Nov. gfith, 1878. na New Haven and U-o Hailroad UJWto'JiSAJ On and after WEDNESDAY, Hay lfth gyiiSl878, Trains will run as follows: LEAVB NEW HAVEN, At 7:10 and 10:00 a. m.; 2:00, 1:50 and o:lS p. m. XiEAVB ANSONIA, At 0:40 and S:0t a. m.; Ilh30, 8:10 and 7:25 p. m. fjonnectlons are mads at Ansonia with passengei trains of the Naorralnok railroad, and at New Haven with ths principal trains of other roads centering there. S. a. (JOINT ABD, Sapt. New Haven, May It, 1878. myia HACUATUCH JbtAtL.KOAO. uunasnuisa nil IB, 1978, train, will run as follows: UttHi NORTH Lk VI DlIDSKPdaT. 7:80 a. m. kills Train for WmsM. (7.-W 8ondavM.) 10:00 a. m. Passeogur Train for vriusted, cocneotrnfi at Derby from New Haven ; ai Walerbary for Bristol and H&rtford and Watertown. 19:80 a. m. Fmlffbt Train for Wlnsted, 9-JiO and 8:66 p. m. Ulxed Trains for Waterbnry, re oelvlng passeugors from Now Haven at Ansonia. 4:60 p. m. Passenger Train for Wlnsted, oouneotlni. at Derby from Now Haven, at Waterbnry Waturtywn, OOINO SODTH Lnava WArassuBZ. 5:00 a. m., 9:00 a. m. freight Trains. 8:17 and 11:50 a. m., 3:28 p.m. Passenger Tralna. ii.l p. m. Milk. On Sundays a milk train 6:29 p. m. Btagea for Litchfield loart LltchOold Button on arrival of all trains. (Freight trains have paiweugor aooosunodationa. ... OHO. W. BBA0H, Bnp't. Bridgeport, May lath, 1378. myia Steamboat Line for New York." fare $1, including Bertn. Tickets for alio Hound "Trip. L.SO. i"."Ca The Stoanier O. H. NORTH AM, Oapt lfTm'ssTlTilT, Bo wo., will leave New Haven at 12:00 p. tu., Snndays excepted. 8taterooms sold at Berkele at Ourtise 109 Oharoh atreet, near OhapeU Steamer CONTINENTAL, Oapt. F. JT. Pock, leav e New Haven at 10.-15 a. m., Sundays excepted. FROM NEW YOBE ThcO. U. Ni.'UTHAM leaves Peok Slip at 8 p. m and the CONTINENTAL at 11 o'olook p. m., Sundav ' excepted. snndar NiayUt liuatt for few Yorb:. The Steamer NfcW HAVEN, Oapt. Snow, leaves New Haven at 11 p m. SUterooind sold at the Park Honse and KUiott Houso. Tickets are sold and baR;she cheaked through to Philadelphia, (both routes) Baltimore snd Waahliuitou 80 JA8. H. WABD, Agant. IMMAJf LIIIE ! Eoyus JSttil biviHXievu. New York to Gussnstown and Uwwl s Uvcry TnanKiav or Saturday. Ton.. OITY OF BEI.LIN, Mill OITY of BIOHMONI7 OITY OF CHESTER, tB68 OITY of MONTREAL ttdO The Highland and Winthrop Portable Baneres. THE largestmostperfect and almpleat on the market. They; ara the most even bakers ever 1 1 1 IB. bwu W. T. Cannon & Co., si 860 State Street, near Chapel. Stocks For Sale. ft sTk BHABK3 N. Y. N. H. k H. B. B. Stock. iy f 100 " N. H. Gas Light Oo.' Stock. AO shares Adams Express. Bunnell & Bcranton, Ja30 Bankers ansl Pro at era- JBloater Mackerel. EW Bloater af ess Mackerel, extra large and. fat best wejiave seen for several years. 12 aiLBBBT as THOVPBON. IV. Heavy Forging. WANTED. 829 1 CLOTHES WRINGERS to repair. BI UttOittiK I). L&aU, THIS WU1AU1U. JU-AA, 199 Cbasel Street. Where yon can find the best Clothes Wringers, Oarpet Sweepers, Washing Machines, Fluting Machines. Tea and Ooffee Pots, Granite, Iron and Britannia Ware, Tin, Crockery, Glass and Wooden Ware, American and Imported Baskets, Oil and Gaa Htovea, and a large va riety of first, class Honse Furnishing Goods at low pri ces. W Try RichardssB's Original Ltt tle Wather, the best in nse. 06 d&wly l&cvere Houscp BOSTON, MASS. BKOUCTIOM IN I $2.50 TO $3.00 PER D AT. Notwithstanding the reaoction in price, the TfcJ hitherto uurivaloa excellence of the table will bs sw striotly maintained. o2S eodly CMA9.B. fEHRIN, ... - - .Proprietor. and estimates given on application. Mansfield Elastic Frog Co., Congreas Ave. and Dasrsrett St., PO.Boxl.0M. j New Haven, Oonn. anlttf . . - Please Bead Price List for this Week. FBE8 HEggs.warranted 25c. a doaen; Limed E,g,20e do. ; best Orange Oo ratter, 80c. lb ; good oook ing Butter, lto. lb.; beet Porterhouse Steal, 16c.; Loin 14c ; Bound, 10c. snd 12c. ; Boasts, 8o.. 10o.t 12c ; Sparerib, 8x and Sc.; Corned Beef, 4c., 6o., fc. and loo. ; best Eany .Kose Potatoes, 65c bn.h. ; best Yellow Turnip., 35c bush. ; 150 bush. Oarrots at 50c a buah ; butt Harrow Fat Beans, 8c. Si qt. ; fresh Herrings, stdt do. by the barrel or sold at reUU ; fresh Haddock, So. a lc la. by the quan tity received fresh every day front Boston, f eddlers supplied at Boston prices. IS. Mealy & ., Cor. Oatr t. and CoojrreH Ave., KatahllahedlatT. (dU) HEAtX'S Tons OITY of BBTJ8SEL8, 8775 CITY of NEW VOEK S5C0 OITY OF PABIS, 8081 OITY of BROOKLYN 2911 These magnmoent steamers, built la watertight eon partments, are among the strongest, largest and fas est on the Atlantic. The saloons are Injuriously f ornLihsd, espeoiallj well lighted and ventilated, and take up the whol' width of the ship. The prlnoipal staterooms are amid ships, forward of the engines, where least noise and motion Is felt, and are replete with every oorarort,hav lng all latest Improvements, double berths, slsetrlc balls, fcc Tbe cuisine has always been a spsolalta of this Line, Ladles' cabins and bathrooms, Gentleman's smoklnt and bathrooms, Barbers' shops, pianos, libraries, Jkc. provided. ' Tbe Steerage aooommodation cannot be xosllsd Passengers of this class will find their oomfort and prl vaoy particularly studied, and ths provisioning unsar For rates of passage and other information, apply ... .jmtj, AS.U1, Or to 81 Broaiiway, New York. Edward Downea, 889 Chapel street. W. FHxpstrlok, 117 Urau-i rtreet. Bunnell at Horauton, '405 Cbapel street, John W. Bnrns, 409 Cbapel street. P. Morrlsscy, 84 Church .tr.et. Starin's New Haven Transportation LlnT Oommenolng Wednesday, Sept. 4th, 1878. I- ,'Slri The JOHN H.8TABIN, Oapt. McAU JMspWHllt'ter, will leave New Haven al0:15 p. m. on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Leave New York at 9 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The BBABTD8 CORKING, Oapt. Spoor, has reoenll ly had thirty new rooms added and Is In nrat-clsss shspe for carrying passengers, will leave New Harea at 10:18 p. m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday Leave Saw York at 9 p. m. every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Only Sunday night boat from Ne York. ,Fai rednoed to tl, lnoin jlng berth in cabin. " " J1.50, " " sUteroom. Tickets for the round trip, tl.GO. Fasa Ooaoh leaves the depot at 8:10 p. m. Leave comer Ohuroh and Ohapel streets every half horn eommenclng 8:80 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage checked to Philadelphia, Freight billed to tho West at New York rates. Special freight rates to Philadelphia, Baltimore aa! Washington. Boats land foot of Oortlandt street, dose to Penna. and New Jersey Central K, B, Ferry. Baggage trans f erred free. Tickets and Staterooms can be purchased at Touttns Hotel, at Ed. Downea'. 339 Chapel at., and at Downes News Agency, 851 Ohapel Street. Ststerooms for Sunday night boat oan be obtained W. A. Hpanldlng's drug store. 89 Ohuroh street. W. B. Mll.f.ga, Agent, Haw Haven. W. C. BaSBTOil, General Acut. pis? is North a:. sr. NewVwte COLLARS AND ML A full stock constantly on hand. Shirts made to order at two daya notice. TlfiE HW WAVES' SHIRT COMPANY. 235 Claapel Street. WILLIAM k. WRIGHT, ATTOBNET-AT-LAW, Office, No. 1 Benedict Boildlng, OOBNEB OHUBOH AND OENTEB'STS. Honrs 9 a. nt. to Km mvli For The Most Artistic Photos In tne City, jro to PAGE'S STUDIO, Oor. Cnaoel and College Streets. dl9Sm TVew Rsvea. Holiday - Coods, At Nepel's, Tne Jeweler, A SENT for the oelebratad Saltzmao Watchsa. DU mo ds and Flue Jeweliy a specialty. Also Gas ouu ao:a O laintpo- a.iieH en i gent em .n, at A r-rnu. a r diu,' j o l . n r., - " G3 Churjb Str.e ' Opposits Po.t o "