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mm i 1 1 lillg laming 06tml;-;sM 0ra- Feb. 4, 1S80. JmtritHl and Kotttier, Wednesday Xontlitfr, Feb. 4, 1880. IiOClL KEWS. Tor other ImI News set SeoondfPats, The Smith Murder Trial. Testimony of the Reputed Wife of the Accused She Denies that she was ever Married to Smith She Is Contradicted In the Afternoon Both Sides Beat Arguments To-Day. The Superior Court, criminal side, for the trial of Jacob Smith for the murder of Charles Fieroe, opened yesterday morning at 10 O'clock. There were bat few spectators present at the opening, but an hour later the seats In the auditorium wore comfortably filled and a number were within the space al lotted to attorneys. Mrs. Lowe was recalled to the witness stand and he cross-examination resumed by Mr. Blydenburgh. When asked whether she had not told some minor details of the homicide differently in the lower conrt she could not re member. She could not recollect that she did not testify in the lower oourt that the glass in the hall door was broken by Smith running his hand through it. Most of her answers to Mr. Blydenburgh 's questions were, "I don't know, I don't recollect." Finally he gave her up, discouraged. On her re direct the witness testified she did sot hear Pierce say, while the two were strug ' gling, "Life for life 1" She heard nothing at allZaboutlife. Mary Van Schoiok, colored,, testified that she lived in the house where the homicide took place last August, on another floor from the Lowes. That night she saw the accused and the deoeased, Pierce, clinched in the hall. Pierce backed Smith against the hall door, breaking; two panes of glass. At this time Smith's little girl ran up stairs and told the witness that her father was fighting with Mr. Pierce. Cross-examined, the witness said that when the two men were straggling she did sot see Smith's cane. Subsequently she found it behind the hall door. There was more blood on the stoop than in the hall, the wit ness said. John Gay, colored, testified that he knew Pierce, the two being in the employ of the same concern, and knew him to be a quiet and peaceable man. The witness lived under the Lowes in the Ooffe street house, and was abed when the trouble between Smith and Pieroe began that night. He first heard a rumbling over his head, and it alarmed him so he ran out, intending to go up the basement steps. He heard a drip on the steps from the platform overhead. He crouched down, .waiting a ohanoe to ascend the steps, and felt something run down on him that led him to think the struggling men above had upset a bucket of blood. At this stage, the witness testified . that he discovered he had forgotton to put on his trowsers, and returning to his bed room, he saw that he was covered with blood. When Gay came out again he heard Pierce first and Smith afteiwards eay, "You let go of me." Fierce added : "Let go of me and I'll go and get an officer, and whoever is in the wrong will suf fer." The contestants then "broke holds" and that was all of the fight the witness saw. The court ruled out testimony offered through the witness, as to what threats or declarations Smith made after he came back to the Gcffe street struggle, as not being proper evidence in rebuttal. The witness did not hear either of the men, while struggling'on the platform, ssy, "Your life or mine." He did not think that Pierce carried a knife, because while at work a short time before the homicide Pierce borrowed a knife from witness. Mr. Guy knew that while Fierce was a sailer he carried a sheath knife ; but not after he went to work at the Rubber shop. Afternoon Session. At 2 o'clock the trial was resumed, when the witness, Laura Lowe, continued her tes timony on the cross-examination. In reply to Judge Blydenburgh, witness said: I do not remember when Smith and I went to New York. We talked of being married. I passed as his wife and represented myself as his wife. Do not remember that we ever went to look for a minister. I don't know that I have ever told any one that I was mar ried while I lived in Brooklyn. When we left here and went to New York I expected to be married. I don't remember when I first met Pierce. It was in the winter previous to May 1, when Smith left me. I saw him at Mrs. Banks' on Webster street. Mr. Wrinn never said anything to me about leaving his house on Rose street on acoount of the num ber of men that I had visiting me at the house. Fierce came to the house twice while I lived there. I lived in the house one month. When he came he sat down and talked as any gentleman would, and left the house. Pierce was never present at my house when I proposed to move away and leave Smith, and Pierce did not point out the fur niture and things to be moved in the pres ence of a man named Scott. Smith told me he did not want Pierce to come near the houFe I lived in. This was when I lived in Mr. Wrinn's house with Mrs. Banks. On the morning of the day I moved from Webster street I told Smith I was going to move. While I lived in Liberty street, after moviog from Wrinn's house, Pierce never called on me. He was away on a vessel at sea. I re member seeing Offloer Clanoey at my mother's house after the affray. I don't think I told the officer that I did not see the first of the fight. Laura Lowe, who lived with Smith many years as his wife, and who left him for Pierce, thus laying the foundation for the trouble that led to the homicide, was next called to the Btand, in rebuttal, by Mr. Doolittle. She is a slight woman, of dark brown complexion, and not over attractive features. She smiled as she met the gsze of some friend in the room, but wUen her eyea rested on the bulky form of the accused she scowled. ' She testified that she lived last August in the house where the homicide took place. She had come home to live with her mother after her child was taken sick. In the family were Pierce, Alexander, her three brothers, her mother and herself. The oldest brother was twenty-five years of age. BThe witness denied that she was ever married to Jaoob Smith, as he testified. She heard his testimony that while in New York, years ago, he took her to a minister and mar ried her, and she denied that this was so. She lived with Smith until the first of May, 1879, and then left him on aocount of a Rice woman, with whom he had become intimate. The witness complained to him of his conduot in connection with this w Oman. The witness detailed one occasion when she had trouble with Smith, which resulted in her coming down to complain to the Chief of Po -lice of him. The witness denied most posi tively that Fierce 6ver oohabited with her or asked her to marry him. On the night of the homicide she sat beside the stove in her house, when Smith came in and said "Good even ing." She saw him raise his heavy cane, but did not see him strike Pierce, who was in the room sitting in a chair. The witness got up from beside the stove and went towards the bedroom door. She saw the two men were both tussling out in the hall, and when they got outside the door she went out. Smith, when he raised the cane, stood just inside the door. She heard the blow and it did not sound as if the cane struck a piece of wood, but rather came down on some person. Pierce had at that time been living with the witness' mother two weeks. He had a sheath knife, which he kept stuck in the back of the sink. It was used to open oans of condensed milk. That night the knife lay by the side of the stove, having been used to cut kindlings to make the fire. She know that before she went out neither of the two men picked op that knife. When next she saw the knife it was back of the sink in its usual place. After the affray and when the witness returned that evening to the house she noticed that the glass in the hall door was broken. The wit ness denied telling "Jake," the Monday be fore the homicide, that she would marry him if he would go and get a license. When the witness was living with Smith in relation of wife, he told her one woman was not enough and he would go with the Rice woman if he wanted to. After the witness left him he sent his clothes onoe to her to be washed. She washed them and sent them by her little girl the morning of the day of the homicide, tell ing her to tell him to send back some money to get medicine for the baby. To Mr. Blydenburgh on the cross examina tion, the witness said she did not get the money till after Smith's arrest. She con tinned that she had lived with Smith in New York as his wife and bore him three children. She had lived with him about eight years in all. Last Sunday evening she had a conver sation with a Mr. Manning, meeting him by appointment at the corner of Eaton street and Dixwell avenue. She denied that she told Mr. Manning that she was "Jake" Smith's wife, but that one of the "head men" in the trial had told her not to admit it. She re membered that she told Manning as she told others, that she had passed as Smith's wife. She did not remember telling Manning that what "Jake" testified about their going to get married was true. A recess was ordered at this point ' until 2 o'clock. I had a conversation with Jake on the Mon day previous to the homicide. We talked about living together again. He asked me if I would come back and live with him. I told him I was afraid he would not do as he ought to.- (He asked me on that Monday if I was living with Pierce. I told him that I was not ; that he (Pierce; was boarding with my mother. Nathaniol Bland, colored, was . next called. Be was eighty-six years .of age, and the perfect picture of the aged stage negro in clothes, speeoh and manner. - He was load ed down with several watch chains. He tes ' tilled that he knew Jake Smith for sdtne years, , and that Jake was not a peaceable character. L. J. Waters, colored, testified that he was . janitor at the armory it the WUkios Guard. Ha often saw Smith there at gatherings of the colored people. The witness had .never heard that Jake was aught bat a peaceable man, bat he heard onoe that at a party Jake kicked np a row, and had to be taken out by an officer. The State here rested with their testimony in rebuttal. The defense called James Wrinn in rebuttal for the defense. He testified that Mrs. Laura Smith, or Lowe, formerly lived in his house. She remained about a week, I think.- Terranoe Clancey was called and testified that he was a police officer. On the 19th of August, 1879, his beat took in that part of the city where the murder was committed. I had a conversation with Mrs. Smith about an hour and twenty minutes after the murder. She said that she did not know which of the two struck the first blow. She said she was going into the room at the time. I don't remem ber that she said anything about Smith rais ing his stick to strike. Mrs. Lowe told me that she was splitting wood in the yard at the time, and when she came in Smith and Pieroe were on the front stoop soufiling, and she did not say anything about seeing the commence ment of the row. On the cross-examination witness said he did not learn of the homicide until he arrived at the office, about 9:30 o'clock in the even ing. Mr. Doolittle went into an exhaustive cross-examination in an attempt to shake the testimony of the witness as to bis recollection of what was said in the interview at the house on the night of the murder. While forgetting minor details the witness did not forget what was said to him by the wife of the accused. Treadwell Smith was called. Said he was a roundsman on the police force. On the night of the homicide I was on duty in the police office. A question by Mr. Blydenburgh as .to what witness recollected of his conversation with Smith on the night of the murder as to his (Smith's) cause for the act, was objected to by Mr. Doolitte. Judge Pardee sustained the objection, and the witness was excused. William O. Manning was recalled, and said he had a conversation with Smith's wife last Sunday evening. I asked her if Jake's story was correct about their visit to Brooklyn, and she said it was. She said she went to Brook lyn with him, and to a minister to be married. She said they were married, but did not get a certificate, as Smith had not money enough to pay for it. I asked her if she had or was going to testify to that fact, and she said she had not. I asked her why not. She first stated that was she afraid that Jake would go back on her. I asked her if she went on the stand again she was going to testify that she was not lawfully married. She said she could not now. She said that the "head man" had sent for her and told her not to acknowledge anything about that visit to the minister's to be married ; if she did she was liable to get into prison. On the cross-examination witness said that he made an arrangement with Smith's wife on Saturday night to meet him on the corner of Dixwell avenue and Eaton street on Sunday night, where he did meet her. He met her under the archway of the Insurance building when he mads this arrangement. Witness said his object was to get at the truth of this whole matter. When he saw people swearing falsely and trying to swear a man's life away, he felt it his duty to get at the truth. The cute replies of witness to the interrogatories. of Mr. uooiittie caused moon merriment in the court room, judge and jury indulging in broad smiles over his replies. He was ex cused after an unsuccessful effort on the part of the State to make him "cross his tracks." Andrew Scott was recalled and contra dicted the statement by Mrs. Smith that she did not see Scott at No. 90 Webster street when she and Mrs. Banks were talking about moving. Jacob Smith, the accused, was recalled and testified that his wife did not tell him that she was going to move. He said his wife was not up when he left home on the day that she moved. Said that he told his wife the latter port of April that he had heard that Mrs. Banks and Pierce were going to try and get her away from him. He then detailed the conversation had with his wife the day preceding the first of May, when wit ness said she appeared to be very pleasant. He told her then that he thought something was going to happen, as he had not seen her appear eo pleasant before in a year. She re plied, "You need not believe everything yon hear ; everything is all right, Jake." There was no cross-examination of the wit ness. Both the defense and State informed the court they had no further evidence to present, and at 5:53 the oourt was adjourned until this morning at 10 o'clock. At the opening of the court this morning Mr. Pickett will make the opening argument for the State and will be followed by Mr. Hotchkiss for the defense. Then will follow Mr. Doolittlo's closing argument for the State, who will be followed by Judge Blydenburgh in the closing argument for the accused. The charge of Judge Pardee will follow, and it is likely that the cose will be given to the jury this afternoon. State Correspondence. B5 ran ford. Tuesday night Mr. Alfred Hammer will lec ture at tbe Opera House for the benefit of the Village Improvement Society. He will be followed by two others all representatives of Bradford talent and education and it is j hoped that full houses will encourage them ana n:i toe treasury or tne v . i. society. A ball a mate to tho leap year party of last week is on the programme for this week, and a very pleasant time is anticipated. The sudden fill of the thermometer has brought out tho skatera in full force, and there is great inquiry for the best skating places. IS ir tiling ham. The Peter Lambert House, up town Derby, was destroyed by fire this morning about six o'clock. The fire commenced in the attio from the chimney. There wa? a surprise party in DerBy for Mr. Wm. Hallock Monday night. Prof.Thos. Reynolds was the band and prompter. L. D. Brown has completed a fancy box 10 inches long, inohes higb, 6 inches wide, that is made of 23 different kinds of wood. It is a very nice pieoe of work. It was all made by hand and with a jack-knife. It is composed of 1,875 pieces of wood. There is to be a masquerade party in Wocs ter Hall, Sbelton, Wednesday night. The prizes to be given at ExceMor Encamp ment's masquerade ball and concert Feb. 10th, are on exhibition at Moses jewelry store. The sale of tickets commenced Monday night, and from the number that was sold then, we pre dict a very large party. Since the conductors on the Derby railroad commenced to charge Co. faro from Derby to Birmingham, we notice that most of the popu lace" walk over. If the company would sell tickets at about 2a. eaoh it would accommo date the public and pay them in the end. Feb. 3. Viola. A. Pomeroy's Wooden I ' ir Viola A. Pomeroy was engaged as a prima donna for comio opera in San Francisco. She attended rehearsals of "Girofla-Girofla," and sang in a satisfactory manner ; but the mana ger disootared that she wore a wooden leg, and on that account he discharged her. In a letter to her he said : "The part requires a lady as nimble 'as a cat, and you could not possibly do it justice." Miss Pomeroy has brought a suit for salary. Her witnesses swear that, though not as nimble as a oat, she is as nearly so as most actresses. 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WILL visit New Haven, Conn,, four days in every month at the Tontine Hotel where he can be consulted Monday evening, February 16th, Tues day, Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 17th, 18th and iytn, ana riaay, tne zutu, udui a p. m. OfftoA hours from 9 a. m. to 9 n. m. The doctor examines the sick 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 chronic diseases of whatever name or nature. His medicines cleanse the system and leave tne patient in a healthy- condi tion, xne aoexor is aiso posseBHeu wim Baroufj mag netic healing powers for the quick removal of all dis eases. He has been in active nractice for over a quarter of a century, treating thousands of cases with remark- aoie success, meaicmes preparea eiprestuy ior eauii ana everv case and furnished very reasonable, and nothing noisonous given. The doctor does not charge exorM tant prices. Medicines will be furnished from two dollars upwards. Also sent to all parts of the country ny express wnen aesirea. The doctor can also read your past, present and fu tore destiny, and is one of the most astonishing seers of the present ags for his trutuf ulness in reading the most important events in one's life. He also has great success in selecting lucky numbers. Sittings for buc inecs affairs or examination of the tick, $1. Commu nication! by letter upon business or health must con tain $3, age, sex, a lock of hair, and stamp. Address Lock Box 1203, Norwich, Conn. I"lhe doctor can be consulted at the Sterling House, Bridgeport, Conn., February 21st and 32d, and tne aaa, until s p. m. jaa aw & WHAT NEXT? ' ' 1 1 Use the Salamander once and you will nbver do without It. Warranted to give satisfaction, or money refunded. Will last for years in daily use. Perfectly State. Thousands already in me. Write for Circular, Testimonials, &o. Sam ple Ktndier, postpaid, 75 cents. Address J. O. EDDY, uen'i Agent, vi tjongreBS BTrtes, 'roy. a, x, AGENTS WA1VTE2I. $77 a Month and expenses guaranteed to Agents, Outfit free. Shaw fc Co., Augusta, Maine. $777 A YEA.B and expenses to agents. Outfit free. Address o. YiJiiaix, Augusta, Maine. Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 spruce ix ;ja aswim A Rare ! Beautiful ! ! Valuable ! ! ! Continuous ! 1 1 ! and Welcome ! ! I ! I Holiday Pres ent will be a year's snbscripticn to the model Maga zine, DEMOREST'S MONTHLY, which includes the Bplendld Art Picture, " Consolation," by B. P. Rein hart, the beet $10 oil picture ever published. lo not rail to tase tne splendid uecomber and January num. berp,2Fc.poat free ; yearly $3. Address W. JENNISG8 UEiauiMBT, no. 11 jsast nth St., new Here. d39 d&wlm B Is an absolute and irresistable cure for B enness, Intemperance and the use of Opium, To bacco, Narcotics, and Stimulants, removing all taBte, desire and nabit of using any of them, ren derlntrthe taste or desire foranv of them serfectlv odlons and disgusting. Giving every one perfect and irresistable control of the sobriety of them selves or their friends. 1 it prevents mat taDsomte pnysicai ana morai prostration that follows the suiiden breaking oft from nslnor stimulants or narcotics. Package, prepaid, to cure 1 to 5 persons, $3, or at umiFrlnurfHotQ 1 iat tvnttlf Temperance societies should recommend It. It is perfectly harmless and never-failing. I Hop Bitters Mfg. Co., Rochester, N. Y. Sole Agents Tfnn 4T7nn?1i rnr destrovs all oaln. loosens me cougn, quiets uie uurves. uruuueca rest, ouu H never fails to cure. The TTot Pad for Stomach . Xiiverand KIdnevs.l his superior to an otners. uures dj ausorpuou- air. lspenecfr aais aruggisia. The Hob Ulttera MTm. Co.. of Rochester. N. T. tmlu.mrtarct 1 these remedies, also the Hip Bitten, which xein no sense s a oeverajr orinionaai, uui ioe 1 arm ana utti jaacaM ttc e mtvae, suuting more cares uu eu i ouwr remeaies. IFOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.! 160 Basbels .WANTED EDIATELT. Frank S. Piatt, 3SG and 39S State Street. TO OF SASH, DOORS AND - BLOTS. WI'FE improved machinery and facilities, we are now ready to compete for the above commodl tiee ajralnst imported work for GASH. Tf consnniers want that kind, they can have ONB I001i, WINDOW OB IJLISD, OR A KCNCKKD, AT As low a price as dealer&fpay for the same by the car load. i'uHt&tti ado Work &t "Very f-ow Prices. Lewis & Beecher Company, lOO East Water Street, d&wtf New Haven, Conn. FINE.' COFFEES A SPECIALTY. I wonld call paxticnlar attention to my Choice S lections of Genuine- Old Mocha, Old Government Java, Maracalbo, And Rio Coffees. m1 T trade in these goods Is constantly Increasing, owing; to their niitform snneriorinr. All those who want a wood and sensine article will find on trial that lite place to ares I lie best is at C. H. UAYLORD'3 Uantoir Tea Store. 17 State 8trect, Cor. Conrt St. JaM 2 ' ' ffE EYE JUuT ORDERED A .Large Iiine of km Go w ! Florida Oranges. PUB THIS morning (Saturday) 36 otsss fine Flori da. Prices very low to the trade. JaSl B. E, HALL k BOH, And to make room for the new stook, we will make np to order for the nert 30 days any of onr desirable Foreign and Domestic Goods at greatly rednoed pri- HILDEBRAND & CO,, Merchant Tailors, NO. 22 CEMTE1S 8TBEET. j ' BUYERS OF Boots and Sk C0K0R0VB PfiltfS THIS BAY HI8 GREAT Cteii Out Sale And WiU Offer Some WonierM Great Baiaiis -IS- ODD AND BROKEN LOTS Good, Serviceable, Heavy Winter 6oods. Don't Fail To 3o And See Kim. Notwithstanding the fact that goods have advanced at least 25 per cent, since the porch tee of his present stock, he intends to close ont his entire Winter Stock at the old prices. Benbgr These Wages. Ton have the largest stock and greatest variety of styles in New England to select 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, yon receive a ticket In his grand distribution of pres ents on March 1st, which may Becnre for yon from five to fifty limes the amount of yonr purchase, at Great Boot and Shoe Store, Cor, Church and Crown St. jal7d&w BIEVfiAVEN. OKAY'S SPECIFIC iTIEDICItVE. TRADE MARK The Circa t TRADEMARK JsngAifctU item ed y9 An ur failing cure for Seminai Weakness, Sperma torrhoea, I a poten cy, and all diseases that follow, as a se quence of e elf- Abuse : as Loss of Memory. "Universal BEFORE TAMMauiri ran bAFTER TAKINfi. the Back, PimneBB' of Vision, Premature Old Age, and many other Diseas es that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and a Prema tore Grave. " Full particulars in onr pamphlet, which we de sire to sen 1 free by mail to every one. tJHT The Spe cific Medicine ia sold by all druggists at $1 per pack age, or six packages for $5, or wiil be sent free by mail on receipt of the money by addressing THE G KAY IVXEDICINE CO, No. 10 Mechanics Block, Detroit. Mich, Bold in New Haven by all Druggists. Ja7 lydfew BI0HABD3ON & CO., Wholesale Ag'ts. SLEDS. . B, Bradley & Go. Are offoring this season A Larger and Better Assortment of Framed Sleds, Sleighs and Clippers, Than Ever Before. Onr stock comprises Boys' and Girls' Framed Sleds, In great variety of styles and size Clippers or Coasters, Of several different Patterns and Eizes, AND Children's gleighs All of which are well-made and Elejera.ntlf and Attractively Finislied. We also sell the Best Snow Shovels In market. Adams Patent and Wentwortli's Pa tent. Lowest Cash Prices. ROBO. ORAM'S. IE 406 and 408 State Street. 015 d&w NEW HAVEN, CT. ss si ssa ssnasa A beautiful work of 100 Pa?es 1 Colored Flowei M. (,; aUU cJtUVJ All IIB.rai,I unt v. i.u -M aajviuua vs. the best Flownm n.n d Veiratables. and bow to crow them. Ail for a Five Cent Stamp. In English or German. TICK'S SEEDS are the best in the tcorld. Five rnt for nontaire will buv the Flobaz. GuiDK. tellinfC how to get them. The Flower and Vegetable Garden, 175 Pages.Six Colored Plates, and many hundred EngTavlngs. For 50c. inpapercovers;iuineief$vciuiu. m vrei. niim ui xu&urju, VirIraT11nBf--Arl 'tTnnthlv Mnirazine 32Paees. Colored Plate in every number nnd many line Engrav uikk. mce l.&ayear; pive jpiurAw. specimen slumbers cent for 10 cents ; S trial copies for 25 cents. Address. JAMES VI CK, Rochester, N. Y The PUREST, HEALTHIEST, 8TROMCEST ard BEST DAK lfcG r'OWDSR In the world. with ANY othor klncU 6uAftATCuS FREE F,iOa ALUM OR AriYTKIfia UHKSALTH- f-oi., ana warrantna o 9"j'j,': faction. Aelryour Crocer tferC2AS AliG POWCER and take ,;j other kind, AS THS StST IS THE CHEAPEST. Manufactured bv ISTXE & EMERY, New Ha ven, Oonn. s3 eod&v6m BUSINESS OPENING. AN OPPORTUNITY for a msn lhat can control a small amount of money, or for two young mn to engage in, who are not afraid of work If they can realize good security for their time and money In vested. For full Information call on or address, GEO. A. 1SBELT Office cor. Btate Ilm street, (Todd's Block.)- j28 a week in your own town. Terms and $5 entfi 'free. Address H. Hazxstt ft Co., Portland, Me $66; : & ARTHUR JIaBSDEN, Attorney and Counsellor at tiaw, 18 LAW CHAMBERS, NEW HA YEN, OONN., COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, for New Tork, Mas sachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Cal ifornia, Kansas, hode Island, Iowa, New Jersey .Min nesota, Ohio, tonstana, &o. etc OoUesUon madeinall parte of the United States, at lowest Bates, throngh reliable correspondents. f25tf FREE HR7nd Scientific eure IbrlVervoni Debility, wiLhoot Medicine, from whtWYer cause. V tiled E. P. ABVINB, ATffOltNJEY AT UW, Booms 9 and 11. 69 Cnurch St. Chas. S. Hamilton, Attorney . and Counselor at iaw( YAI.B NATIONAL SAKE BUTLPINa, Ccraar of Ohspal and State as. Sctary Fubiie, ac6H Sew Haven, Cons, fiiiSSSIr sssa m OB sf!an IKaV MB sP J PI asfCtV SsssV asffHssV r I - n it ii ii mi , m . , rm Silks Iff 366 & 368 Chapel Street, New Haven, Ct, Minnesota Venison. Prime Stock Just Received Direct From St. Paul. Also a Fresh Lot of Gronse, Western Quail, Olato Dnclxs, Turkeys aud Cbfclzens. Frisbie & Hart, 350 and 352 State Street. jalS : Monthlies for February. HARPER'S Monthly, Atlantic Monthly, Appleton's Journal, North American Review, Popular Sci ence Monthly, Sunday Magazine, Young Iadie' Jour nal, Demarest's Monthly, The American Almanac, 1880. Seaside and Franklin Square Libraries, com plete. A few Diaries at a discount to make room for other goods. THE DOWNES NEWS OO., ! S Exchange Building. GEO. M. DOWNES, j,.., JAMES J. OABB, 'gP"t"- ja2t Carriages and Wagons lor Bale. -jgaaMs BEAOH WAGON, also 4-Bftat Bookaway, fSSSlSZ three Second-hand Phaetons; Top Carriage, y" m shifting top, patent wheels ; also Second hand Wagons and Carriages Benairina of all kinds promptly attended to and at he Lowest Prices. Oarriages and Wagons Stored and Shawls ! Hosiery Calicos Cottons Blankets Laces 1 Dress Goods Cloakings Cloaks Underwear Cambrics I White Goods 1 Quilts 1 Cloths 1 Flannels 1 Ginghams Linens Ticking Ribbons Sold on OommiBSlon. js39 D. IN, 104 HOWE STREET. Emerson's Aitlem Boot : By lu O. Emerson. Price $1.25, or $12.00 per dozen ( It is a pleasure to leok tnronga this fine book, and Ofaoir Leaders will all be pleased with the general beauty of the mnsic, and the great variety. There are more than 90 Anthems, Motets, Sentences, eto.t inclu ding an Anthem Doxology and some fine new Hymn Antbems. Also 1H Beeponses and Chants. Music for Christmas, Easter, and all other special occasiou is provided. Tne Sleeping- Queen. (80c). Fine Operetta byBalfe. j i HAVE YOU SJEEN ' WHITE BOBE8," the new Sabbath School Book ? It is a grand good Book and is meeting with unexampled success. Only published two months ago, it takes" so well that the publishers are forced to issue edition after edition to keep pace with the demand. To state It tersely, . WHITE ROBES has gone straight into the hesrte of all lovers of Sab- . bath School Music, aud the fact ia due to its purity, ' freshness and originality. Send 80 cents in itampB for a sample copy. $3 per dozen. Temperance Jewels, (35c) by J. H. Tenney,Bhould be 1 used by all Temperanct and Reform clubs. . Any book mailed post-free tor the retail price. 1 OLIVER DITS0N & CO., ja31 WeSa&w Ho ton Corsets Linings Strictly Gloves Skirts Trimmings One Price System. Ruffles I Notions IN EVERY DEPARTMENT STANDARD QUALITIES AND POPULAR BRANDS. HoisatoDic Eailrcad 'JWW UDTE." Through Cars Between Bridcrep rt and Albany. Shortest, Quickest and Cheapo Route for Albany, Troy, Sar atoga, ana tne west. PAS8EKGEB TRAINS ll"TB5KE5?EIOBT for ALBANY, SARATOGA an X the WEST, 10:10 a. m. (npon arrival of IfcSS a.m. 5S"inJrS2.NwH'"n) THROUGH CAM FOR A IBAW, arriving at J:M p. J,1?401 8:45 P- m-L connecting at Albany with 8:10 p. m. Popular Onloago and St. Lonia Bzpress, arriving In Chicago 7:40 the aex LeaveMDGEPOBT at 4:55 p. m. (eonneeting with : p. m. Train from New Eaven) arriving in Albany 10:06 p. m., Saratoga H:S0 night. BST(IKIN6 TUROCGH CARImm A!, ban? at 6:40 a. m., arriving In Bridgeport 13:3 noon, New Haven 1:10 p. m. Through Tickets sold and Baggage Checked at New Haven Passenger Depot for I'itUfiold and al Honsatonlo Stations, North Adams, Albany, Troy and Saratoga. H. B. A VERTTjTj, General Ticket Agent. L. B. mTILLSON, Acting Baperintenden Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 10, 1879. New fork. New Haven and Hart ford Kallroad. X ON and after Monday, Hay 13th; 1478 si?ki!Tra!nB leave New Haven as follows : u siW xukk. Express trains at "3:50, S:8J, 8:04. : a. m., (uua train stops at Milford,) 1:50 p. m 8:85, E:3H, 8:10 p. . m. Washington Night Sxpree via Harlem River Branch, U:40 p. m (daily ex cept Sundays) stops a. Bridgeport, South Norwilz Stamford. Accommodation, o:30. 7:33 a. m 13:08 noon, 8r4S and S-4U p. m. Train for Bridgeport a 7:30 p. m. SUNDAY EVENING TBAIN for New York will leave at 8:1B p. m arriving at Grand Central Depot a 11:60 p. m. FOB HAKTFOBD, MIDDLETOWN, NSW BB1TATH SPRINaFIELD.BOSTONand the North Express 3:30a. m., (daily except Mondays) for Hartford, stopping atMeriden This train goes from Hartford to Boston via Willimantio and Putnam. Ao oominodatlon 8:15 a. m. for Springfield. Express 10:Sf a. m. for Meriden. Berlin, New Britain, Mia dletown. Hartford and Springfield. Aooomm , 10:48 a. m.,fo Meriden only. Express, 1:31 p. m., for Spring field, stops at Hartford and Meriden on ly. AocommodaUcn, 8:13 p. m. for SprlngBeld. Kxprese 6:28 p. oi. for Meriden. Berlin, New Brit ain, Mlddletown, Hartford and Springfield. Ac commodation 6:15 p. m. to Hartford, oonnects for New Britain and Mlddletown. Accommodation 8:10 p. m. for Springfield. Express 13rt mid. night for Meriden Hartford and Springfield Sundays, express 13:07 midnight for Meriden Hartford and Springfield. ' FOB NEW LONDON, PBOVIDBNOB, NORWICH BOSTON and the East. Express trains at 13:3 ' midnight, and 8:37 p. m. Accommodation train at 8:08, 10:40 a. m., 5:S5 p. m. Special to Goilfor l at 8:30 p. m., stopping at all stations. 'Dally. B. M. SEED, Vioe President. my28 Boston & Sew York Air Line BK. agsgwjMSgl On and after MONDAY, March 34th Bsa3?S&il8'r9' trains will run as follows : 8:06 a. m. TBAIN for WilUmantlc. connects at Willi, roantio with trains of the N. Y. ft N. B. and N L. N. railroads, arriving in Boston at 1:16 p. m.' Providence 13:35, Worcester 13:27 p. m.. and Norwich at 10:50 a. m. 10:45 a. m. TBAIN for WilUmantlc, connecting at Wil limantio with N. Y. & N. E. and NewXondon Northern Ballroads. 8:80 p. m. TBAIN for WilUmantlc, connecting at Willi, mantle with New London Northern a.: B., for Norwich and New London. Trains leave Turnery! lie for Colchester at 9:50 a. m 1:05 and 7:30 p. m. Leave Colchester for TnrnerviUe at 9:35 and 10:60 a m., and 6:20 p. m. Trains connect at Mlddlotown with the Ooan. Valley Ballroad for Saybrook and Hartford. Bee Posters. J, H. FBANELIN. naa Superintendent. New H iven and Northampton Kallroad. 3 On and after Monday. Nov. 25th, 187 Trains WiU leave New iTaven at T!la m m.- 10::;S SU tH,.S.lltl 3:2S n. m. for Plalnvlll. New Hartford, WeBtfield, Hoiyoke, Easthatnptoa Northampton and Williamsburg. Trains will arrive from the above points at 915 m., 1:86 p. m. and 8-06 p. m. Close Conaectians, At Fiainville with trains east and west on New York and New England BR. At Pine Meadow with Oonn. Western BS. At Westfield with Boston and Albany BB. At Northampton with Oonu. Biver BS. For particulars see small Time Tables at the office ana depots. Bilj w &UU A. CUV, New Haven, Nov. 2!Hli, 1S7S. General Ticket Agent. nra J. N. ADAM & CO. GOOD KEW8 ! i FINE CARRIAGES FOR FAMILY USE. Fresh Arrivals of flour, Grain and Feed. A LARGE supply oi the above gooda,aon.e of Ihem at reduced prices, owing to tha depression of the markets during the last few days. I am daily adding new customers to the lox?g list of old ones, making bu sineee lively while ethers complain of ' dull times' In trade. This thows that 1h3 public appreciate my way of doing business, viz : Xb best of uroods and uniformly small profits Try the New Pro cess Linseed Meal, the cheapest and beat feed for cows and all other kinds of stock. ISO and 153 State Street. XV VJ1 - its 39 U jail d&w JO 15 RE11I.EY, Block island Codfish, A FEW of the genuine Block Island Fish just re ceived. They are very nice. Also Boneless God. Mackerel in 5 lb. tins and 20 lb. kits, also by the single one. HENRY STOKER, 172 Chapel Street, ja31 Near Ooe's Oppra House. Ilaira Positive Cure. DR. G. H. Hunter, Lake City, Fla., says: " I have used Hall's Positive Cure for Coras In my prac tice, ana always witn eminent success lu curing tjorns and Warta." - This remedy is worth its weight in gold for sore and Inflamed joints, hard tumors at the bot tom ox tne xeec, ana as it contains nouxing injurious to the akfn ox clothing, but is a perfectly safe and clean preparation, it nils a long felt want. Sold by drop gists at 50o a bottle. BICHABDSOK ft CO., Wholesale Agents. JylO ThSafteowwly LATEST STYLES IN JLandaus, tiandaulets, Ber lin Coaches, Coupes, Brongbams, Victorias.and Six-Passenger XCockaways, : All strictly first-class. Warranted to give periect sausiacuon. H. KILLAM & CO., oi5 tf New Haven. Conn. AX Win slow HI. Lamb's Casli Grocery Store, 143 Geor:e, cor College Stu TWO tons Butter on hand and to arrive, quality good, selling for 30c lb. Car load extra nice Ear ly Bose Potatoes sellinir ?5c. Two very desirable Ten ements to rent, western part of city. Also at my Live ry stables for sale, 15 to 20 venlcles or various finds, to make room for new and lighter work. ja24 SIRS. E. PIJKHH AM OF IiYNN, MASS. DISGOVEBEB OF Lydia E. Pinkham's The positive Onre fur all FEMALE COMPLAINTS. FEMALE weaknesses, so com re on to onr best fe male population, are generally manifested by the uneasy restless sensttion of the patient. The stomach and nervous system are all sympathetically disordered in moat diseases of the uterus. There Is also a dull heavy pain constantly felt in the lower por tions of the back, or a severe burning and sharp pain that is almost unendurable ; a soreness through the loins, pubis or lower portions of the abdomen, and through tbe upper portion of the thighs; nausea in the stomach is of frequent occurrence ; pain aud gid diness in the head, a sense of confusion or weakness, and constant running from one or both eves, some times follow as a sympathetic symptom of diseased uterus, aod with the weakness of the muscles there is a constant bearing down pain, a pulling from the bowels that- renders it very painful to.walk or stand for any length of time.. IiTIIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND. It restores the blood to its natural condition, directs the vital power aright, strengthens the muscles of the uterus, ana lifts it into place, aud gives it tone and strength, so toat tbe cure is radical and entire. It ttreurthens the back and pelvic region; it gives tone to the whole nervous system ; it restores displaced organs to their natural position. That feel ing of bearing down, causing pain, weight, and back ache, is always permanently cured by its use. The patient who could before walk but few stsps, and with great pain, can, after the use of this remedy, walk several miles without discomfort. It permeates every portion of tho system, and gives new life and vigor, it removes Dyspepsia, Faintness, Flatulency, destroys all cravings for ttimolants, and relieves weakness of the fctomtcb. It wiil cure entirely the worst forms of falling of the Uterus, Lenoorrhoaa, Painful Menstruation. Inflammation or Ulceration. Irregularities, Floodmgs, etc. For the care cf Kid ney uompuinta of euncr sex tais uompoana is unsur passed. It is imtosBiblft for a woman, after a faithful course of treatment with this medicine, to continue to have weakness of the uterus, and thousands of women to day cherish grateful remembrances of the help de rived from the use of this remedy. Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound is prepared at the propri etor's laboratory, NO. 233 WESTERN AVESU15, JLXWIf , MASS. Price, 1. Six bottles to one address, $5 Mrs. Pinkham freely answers all letters of inquiry. Bend for pamphlets. Address as above. No f imliT should be without Lvdia B. Pinkham's Liver Pills. They cure constipation, biliousness and torpidity of the liver. SOLD BT DRUGGISTS. A Positive Cure wrmoiJT MEDICINES. Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies. PATENTED OCTOBER lO, 1876. ONE BOX No. 1 will cure any ca.0 iu four day., or lesa. No. 2 will core tbe NosC Obstinate Case, no matter of now lone; standingr. No nauseous doses of Cubebs, Copaiba or Oil of Sandalwood, that are certain to produce dyspepsia by destroying the coatings of the tomach. Price tl.SO. Sold by all Druggists or mailed on receipt of Price. For f urtbey particulars send for Circular. ' P. O. Box 1,533. jr. C. ALLAN CO., No. S3 JTohn Street, New York. We offer S50O Seward fur any case they will not cure. QUICK, SAFE AND SSIJltK CUKE. n21 1J Hew Ha van and tteriiy Kallroad U4f .'.'"J! ""M n nd "r WEDNESDAY, May IStU feSsSailBTB. Trains will ma as f nilnt LEAVE NEW HAVEN, At 7:10 as.! 10:00 a. m.; J.-00, 1:50 and 8:15 p. m, LEAVB ANSOHI&, At 6:40 and 0:04 a. in.; 13:50, 8:10 and 7:25 p. m. Oonneottozis'are made at AnBonla with passongai trains of the Naugataok railroad, and at New Haven with the principal trains of other roads centering there. K. S. QDINXABD, Snp't. Hew Haven, May 14, 1878. mylS NACUATUOK KA.IL.ROAI. IJOMMiCHOING MAY 15. 1873. train. :atwill ran as follows: CKING NOBTH Lsavs DuiDaiPOBT. 7:30 a. m. Mils Train for Winsted. (7:00 Sundays.) 10:00 a. m. Passenger Train for 7instad, oonneoting at Derby irom Saw Haven; at Waterbnxyfor .Srlstci and Hartford and Watertown. 10:0 a. VI. FreUtht Train for Winsted. 2:50 and fl:.i5 p. in. Mixed Trains for Wsterbnry, re delving paseongcrs f rom New Hav6n at Ansonla. 4:50 p. m. Passenger Train for Winsted, oonneoting at Derby froio New Haven, at Waterbury Watertown. GOINO SOUTH tBAva Waxkbbubx. 50 a. in., 0:00 a. m. Freight Trains. 8:17 and 11:60 a. m.f 2:26 p. m. Passenger Trains, 5:21 p. m. Milk. On Bondays a miOt train 5:25 p. m. Stages for IitohflpId leave Idtchfleld Station on arrival of all trains. t. Freight trains have passenger accommodations. G;:u. W. BEAOH, Bnpt. Bridgeport, May 18th, 1S78. mjl Steamboat Line for Now York! fare $1, including Berth. Tickets for the Itoitnd Trip, 1.30. jsir"s. The Steamer O. H. NOBTH AM, Oapt. frynrsn"-vtf7 G. Downs, will leave New Haven at 12:uo p. in., Sundays excepted. Staterooms sold at Berkele & Onrttae', 109 Church street, near 0 ha pel. Steamer CONTINENTAL, Capt. F. J. Pock, leavrs New Haven at 10.16 a. xn., 8nndays excepted. FROM NEW YORK The O. H. NORTH AM leaves Peck Blip at 3 p. m., and the CONTINENTAL at 11 o'clock p. m., Bandar- excepted. Sunday Nisrbt Rosat for New York. The Steamer NEW. HAVEN, Oapt. Snow, leaves New Haven at 11 p m. Staterooms sold at the Park Honse and Elliott Honse. Tickets are sold and baggage ohecked through to Philadelphia, (both routes) Baltimore and Waahlmitou S20 JAS. H. WARD, Agent. I York fo CiissnsfuWii and Umml Every TbnrsAay or Saturday. BRONZE CHANDELIERS ! FOR LAMPS. NEW DESIGNS ! ELEGANT PATTERNS! A. Full Assortment J nst KeceivedL ii Lais ! Hani IHis ! Ornamental andlTTseliil. Welcome Light Oil, tha Best in the Market. Standard Crockery and Fancy De signs Beceived Every Week, JOHirBBIGHT, 408 CHAPEL, STREET. n26 eod OPP. THE GREEN. WASTED, 8301 CLOTHES WRINGERS to repair. BY GEORGE D. LAMB, THE WRINGER MAN, 199 Compel Street, Where yon can find the best Olothes Wringers, flarpet Sweepers, Washing Machines, flntintr Machines. Tea and Coffee Pots, Granite, Iron and Britannia Ware, Tin, Crockery, Glass and Wooden Ware, American and Imported Baskets. Oil and Gas tttovea. and a larce va riety offlrst. class Honse Furnishing Goods at low pri on.. tv Try Ricbardsou's Oriirinal I.ll- tle Washer, the best In nse. d6d&wly CircalatiBg Library. CAL.I. und gtt tha l&st new booka by Mrs. Wiatar, Holmes. Stevenp. Marystt, Wood, Br id en, Bur nett, Howell, Fleming, Alcott, Onlds, Hoe. Prentis?v wmiDey. jtuiot, rronop, jxoomoa, ana sVhoh oi out ers. All tbe society novels, travels, & ventures, Boaa m published. Books called for and delivered whan desired, N. B. The best help fuminhed as usual. fa ' 75 Orange 8tret. JJN VECTORS. JOHN E. EAIiLK, So. 35U Cbapel Street, NEWHAVEN.OONN., Gives his personal attention to procuring Patents for Inventions IN THE United States & Foreign Countries. A PRACTICE of more than ? fourteen years, and frequent visits to the Patent Office has given him a familiarity with every department of, and mode of Srooeeding at, the Patent Office, which, together with le fact that he now visits Washington riemi -monthly to give his personal attention to the interests of his cli ents, warrants him in the sssertion that no office in the country is able to offer the aame facilities to Inventors lnseouring their inventions by Letters Patent and particularly to those whose applications have been re. Jected an examination of which he will make free of charge. Preliminary examination, prior to application for pa tent, made at Patent Office, at a small charge. - His facilities for procuring Patents in foreign Coun tries are unequeled. Refers to more than one Chousandcllents for whom he has procured Letters Patent, ? M dstw , ToAll Whom It May Concern. HE. FOWLER is the only authorized Licensee a of the United Nickel o., who is privileged lo do job plating in. the city of New Haven. UNITES NICKEL OO. By A. JT. FoBBES, Agent. Jala A WEEK. S12 a day at home easily made. Costly 'outfit free. Address Tnuz Oo.. Angnsta, Ma Commonly known as ALBANY GREASE ! For Lubricating Machinery Of All Kinds. Foskett & Bishop, tfo. 479 State Street, Sole Agents for Nctv Haven, Conn. d!2tf The Highland and Wiatlirop Portable ESanges. THE largestjmosterfect and sisaaplest on the market. They; are the most even bakers ever made. Sold by W. T. Cannon & Co., si 360 State Street, near Chapel. Stocks For Sale. g 8HAEE3 N. T. N. H. H. B. B. Stock. OU 1M " N. H. Gib Light Oo.'s Stock. aO shares Adams Express. Bunnell & Scranton, J30 Bsinkers and Brokrers. Tons. CITS OF BSEMS, M91 OITT of BlCEKOND4(i7 CITY OP CHESTER, BG CITY ol MOSTBKAL 4490 Tons CITY of BRUSSELS, 8778 CITY of NEW YORK 8600 CITY OF PARIS, 8081 CITY of BROOKLYN 11 Bloater Mackerel. NEW Bloater Mess Mackerel, extra large and. fat beet we. have seen for several years. 13 GILBERT ft TKOSIPSOW. Heavy Forging. XJ E HAVE the best facilities for doing all kinds of v v uaavy oteei ana iron .vorgings, xrop worm-, Hacdilne Jobbing, Planing. Lathe Work, etc Pricee and ostimates given on application. H&i3sleld Elastic STrog to(, CoiiirreM Ave aiad DajTR'ctt St.,' P O. Box 1.004. lSew Haven, Conn. anl4 tf Many Very Celebrated PHYSICIANS claim that children are never troub led with worms and especially young children. These came physicians, while they set up this claim ftre the very ones to nse vermifuges in their practice, for fear the child might be troubled with worms. Pa rents should give worm medicine to their children in the same way when they show the least svmntom of worms ; and the best remedy to use is the justly cele brated 3905 Vermifuge. RICHARDSON CO.. Whole sale Agents. Sold by aU druggists. Hall's oelebrated Toothache Drops never fail. 'JylO ThSa&eowwly $72, MTHEY CAY1US Diseases of the soxnal orjrar.a, recent or chronic, are promptly cured by Maihey Co v I us' Capsules; used for over 25 years by tlte leading physicians of Europe and America. CAPSULES -jst C fn (9(1 ?9r 317 ' home. Samples worth $5 free v iw v.w aj aldreH Btixssh k Co., Portland, Me. Revere House, BOSTON. MASS. BEDUCTIOIi IN 1KICE ! $2.50 TO $3.00 PER DAY. Notwithstanding the reduction In price, the Mile will be ; hitherto unrivaled excellence of the ta cassi strictly maintained. CHAS.B.FERRIN, oMSeodly Proprietor. Please Read Price List for this Week. FRES Hffsrgs, warranted 3se.a dozen; Limed B'g,2(lo do. ; best Orange Oo. Batter, 30c. lb.; good cook ing Bntter, 15o. lb.; best Porterhonee Steak, 18c.; Loin 14c. ; Ronnd, 10c. and 13c. ; Boasts. So., 10c., 12o ; Sparerib, 8i. and ye.; Corned Beer, 4o So., 8c. and 10c. ; best Early Bose Potatoes, 66c. buth. ; best Yellow Turnip., 83c bash. ; ISO bnsh. Oarrots at 50c a bneh. ; best M.rrow Fat Beans, 8c a qC ; fresh Herrlnas, salt do. by the barrel or sold at retj.il ; fresh Haddoos, 5c a lb. less by the quan tity received fresh every day from Boston. Peddlers suppl edat Boston prices. IS. If ealy fe t o., Cor. Oatc St. and Conreeg Ave.. .Established 1817. (dl9) HEALT'S BL00E, These niaeni¢ steamers, built in watertight mm. partments, are among the strongest, largest and fas .9t on the Atlantic The saloons are lainrloas?y famished, especially well lighted and ventilated end Use np the whole width ol the enip. The priacipal eiaiorooms are amid ships, forward of the engines, where leaet noise and motioii is felt, and are r&plcto with everv ooufort,hav. lnc all latest improv9tae;its, double births, electric bells, tto. i he cntsine uan always been a spectslte of this Line, ladles1 oabins and bathrooms, Gentlemen's smoking arfl bathr Minis, Barbers' shops, pianos, libraries, ate.. prwidd. The Bteerszd accommodation cannot be exoelled Passengers of this chaw will and their comfort and pri vaoy partteslsriy stadied, and the provisioning ansa passed. Xe rts of paansfe and otbor Information, apply JOHS fi. 1141,6, Atetxt. Or to 81 Broadway, New fork, KJwra Down. S'JO CfcVKl street. W. Vit7.p:.jrlcl, 1.7 Sraul s:nvt. Bconell .Is llorsatoo, -Jl)e Oai3i ittt fc, John W. Sunn, 403 0hap& hstca. P. Morriasey, 84 Ohnrch utrl. f? Stirfn's Ngw Havsn TsMnspartarson Line Commencing; Wednesday, Sept. 4th, 1ST8, &&3'-er, will leave New Hi von at 10:15 p. in. on Sunday, Tuesday and Thnrsday. Leave New Tork at 9 p.m. every afonlay,-Y7edziegday and Friday. The EBASTTJS OOBNIffO, Capt. Spoor, has reoent. ly had thirty new rooms added and is in flrst-olasa shape for carrying passengers, will leave Sew Haven at 10:15 p. m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Leave New Tori at 9 p. m. every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Only Sunday night boat from New York. Fare reduces to 81, inslnding berth in cabin. " " " C1.SU. " " " stateroom. Tickets for the ronnd trip, SI ,S0. Fbrb Ooaoh leaves the depot at 8:10 p. m. Leave corner Church and Ohapel streets every half boor commencing 8:80 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage checked to Philadelphia. Freight billed to the West at Now York rates. Special freight rates to Philadelphia, Baltimore aad Washington. Boata land foot of Ocrilandt street, close to Penna, and New Jersey Cectrsi B. B. Ferry. Baggage trans ferred free. Tickets and Staterooiu? can bs purchased at Tontine Hotel, at Ed. Dowccd'. 339 Ohapel st., and at Downea News Agency, 851 Ohapei Street. Staterooms for Sunday night boat can be obtained W. A. Spaulding's drag store, 83 Church street. W. B. SSILLB3, Agent, New Haven. W. 0. KRBHiVH, aensra! Aaici, Pier 13 North Bl Tar, Sew Vor'j!. OOLLARSMfl Wlk A tll stock constantly on band. SMrts made to order at two days notice. THE iBW SHIRT COMPANY. 233 Cla&pei Street. WILLIAM I WRIGHT, ATTOSNSY-AT-LAW, Office, No. 1 Benedict liuildiEgJ OOBNB3 OHTJB0H AND OENTBTSTS. Monri sw in. ta.a;p. aplr For The , Most Artistic Photos In lite City, fgo to STUDIO, Cor. Chapel and College Streets, dH8m New via veil. Holiday Coods. At Nepcl's, The Jeweler. A CENT for the oelebrated Saltzman Watches. Dia monds and Fine Jewelry a specialty. Also Una olid Gold O&ainsgfor ladies an'l Rentlemen, at NBt-EL'3 I'AKLOK S l'OliE, 63 Church Sir e Opposit J Pout U t ir . . i,.