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voiu xLvni. s i ( 1 VEBULYE .& CO., ' " J - Banlicrs, Nos. 16 and 18 Nassau Street, NEW TORE, But and nU OH COMMISSION, for cadi or gin, all securities dealt In at ttie Heir York Stock Ex- ohanga. All issue of Government Bonds bought and sold t market rates, free of oommlnion, and on hand for lm- mediate delivery. SPECIAL ATTENTION OIvTETI TO EXCHANGES OF BONDS IN WASH. IHGTON FOB ACCOUNT OF BANKS. jeSO Bnrwell, DENTIST, oor. Ohnrch and Ohspei m we of Fair Haven, formerly withSr. E. Btrong. ap Veterinary Notice. DR8. CSTJLLIVAN ft BOSE. Veterinary ' .Jfert Surgeons, graduates of the London and Amer ican Veterinary Colleges. (The only qualified veteri nary surgeons In New Haven.) Offloe and Hospital, 815 CHAPEL STREET. Bonn of attendance, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Telegrama and messages by post promptly attended o. d!7 ly WATCHES The largest line of Watches In this city, which are of fered at prices that defy com- eUtlon. UOITSOIT, JEWELER, NO. 274 CHAPEL STREET. oiiiara compoujsii, Commonly known as ALBANY GREASE ! " For Lubricating Machinery Of All Kinds. Foskett & Bishop, No. 479 State Street, Solo A (rent for New Haven, Conn aim Hall's Positive Care. BE. 8. H. Bnnter, Lake City, Fla., aaya : " I have need Hall's Positive Ome for Oorns In my prao and always with eminent success in curing Oorns and, Warts." This remedy is worth its weight in cold for sore and inflamed joints, hard tumors st the bot tom of the feet, and as it contains nothing injurious to the akin or clothing, but is a perfectly safe and clean preparation, it nils a long felt want. Sold by druggists at 60c a bottle. lilOHABDSON at OO, Wholesale Agents. JylO ThBa&eowwly Many Very Celebrated EHYSIOIANS claim that children are never troub led with worms and especially young children. Be fame physicians, while they set up this claim are thevery ones to use 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 ebow the least symptom of worms ; and the beet remedy to nee is the Justly cele brated 290s Vermifuge. BIOHABDSON 4 CO., Whole Bale Agents. Bold by all druggists. Hall's celebrated Toothache Drops never fail. JylO ThBa&cowwly Revere House. BOSTON, MASS. BEDIJCTIOat IN PRICE X $2.50 TO $3.00 FEB DAY. mmdl atrlrtlT maintained. CMA9. B. FIBRIN, o25eodly Proprietor. B. II. JOHHSOH, Real Estate and Loan Agent. Office, 487 State Street. 'Me) V3 I TUB XaAlSCIEST DAILT ZTEWSPAJPES 13 TJUfi fUTTi OFFICE 400 STATE STREET, NEW HAVENS CONN.,' SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1880. Price Four Cents. 2 Room and Power to Rent. APPLY TO HEW HAVEN SPBIfJ CO., dtf 70 Franklin Street. Notwithstanding the reduction in price, the hitherto unrivaled excellence of the table will be FOR SALE, AaM. A NICE House and large Lot on Eld l tree t at "I 'til a bargain. aWrl Good Cottage House on Dwight street at much leas than it is worth. A fine place in Fair Haven and several other places for sale very low. Borne good Shore Property in East Haven and Bran ford. For Sale or Rent Farms. A very desirable Farm of TO acres in Bouthington will be sold low to cloae an estate. A liBt of good Farms in other desirable 1-cations. Good rente in St. John and Greene streets, Fair Ha ven, and other parts of the city. Wanted, $2,000 to (4,000 on good first mortgage se curity . ma30 THE VOliJLJdASIUAl:. THE ONLY OBIGINAL Russian and Turkish Yapor Baths In the New England States will be opened on Wednesday, Jan. 7th. fTIHE Bath open for Gentlemen from 12 m, to 9 p. 1 m . Sundays from 9 a. m. to 12 m. For Ladles from 9 a. in. to 12 m., except Sundays. Reduced Price. Single Tickets for Buaslan Bath, oO cents ; 13 Tickets for $".00. Turkish Baths, single tickets, $1.0016 for $10.00. Nicholas Weiler. PB0PBIETOB, SO. 278 GUASiD STREET. ja!8 ly . 5,000 Barrels Floor, Bought before any advance in price, which we oiler to the trade at prices below to day's value. E. G. STODDARD & CO., Nos. 306 to SIO State Street. MJ. . Olenney & mob, Ho, 130 Stato Street, New Haven, Importers and Wholesale Dsalors in every aessrlp nan os -KSLIBH, f S8N0H AND AHEBI0AN OOAOH, WIS CO'tt AMD PIOTTJBE GLASS, VAENI8H, iJlLB, PAINS ARD BSE STUFFS. Unckin's Souds. A FULL assortment of Huckln's Celebrated Soups, t also a lot of Old Cheese, extra nna, lor ssie oy il3 GILBEBT at THOMPSON. Tontine Livery Stables. , WE are prepared at short notice to furnish rthe best Oarruucea. either close or open, for . WMdinn ana unnsxemnirs. It is our Intention to have good Carriages at the de- Mt and on boat landlmra when needed. Grateful for the liberal patronage in the past ws hope by strict attention to the wanta of our patrons to merit a continuance of the favors or tne puouo. BABKEB BAN80M, Proprietors. W. 8. Langdon, Foreman. n7 Mrs. Let, ITI. No. 498 Chapel Street, near York. - Special treatment of diatf i JUsease. of Women. WM. I. BRYAN, Custom Tailor, WO. 127 CHURCH STREET, IS SELLER Dress and Bnsiness Suits, At lower prices than aver before. sa Guilford Clams, SCOLLOPS, .Lobsters, Lobsters, Smelt, Salmon, Oysters, Oysters, Oysters, The LergestjVarletylinjtheityet A E'oote Co. 333 State Street. JOSEPH 80NNENBUU, Estate - and Excbansre Broker. 338 CHAPEL BTBEETT Spanish Doubloons wanted, uni ted Btatsa per cent, nonae ana oreis SecurTties bonght and sold and dividends paid n United States currency. Also Gold and Silver ex- hanged at the office of JOSEPH BONNENBERG, my Is tf " 888 Chape Street. ForefgaBeluriHes( FOR RENT, PAST at Stare 1M BUte street. Inquire at THE STOBE. aitf VlHt KALE. mm Tn vnrvdMlrable Retfdenoe on the south' 1 west corner of Temple and TrumboU streets. Jin is For further psrttcuiars inquire or nOSSm E. Y. FOOTS, 9 Exchange Building. For Sale Cheap. n HOUSE No. 92 Dwight street, all the modern Improvements. House and Barn in the western jHsLpart of city. Borne fine Lots on mate screes, Cedar Hill : Lots on Chapel street. Grapevine Point, from tilS to K50 wtmr foot. To Bent, second floor, 29 Auburn street, $7 per month ; ai Greenwooa street, wnoie nouse, six rooms, tHDer month! whole house on water street, ni Meadow. SIC Der month: two nice rents on Henry street, with furnace, range, gas and hot water, set tubs ; in nice order, A largs lot between Meadow and State streets to rent for stone yard or storage : will be rented aheap. Apply to ' A. M. HOLMES, ov vjnurtai nreet, room o. Offloe hours, 11 to 4, and T to 9 evenings. o26 FOR RENT. smm. aOVB om Blake street, westvllie. House I f contains , rooms, in good order. To the right mnm t-nunt ths rent will be low. For particulars. ealfaWEBWIM'S Seal Estate Offloe, 237 Chapel st. o7 M. BHUMWAY, Westvllie. FOR RENT, ONE STOBE and five Booms 445 State street; five Booms, five minutes from the Oity Market ; has modern improvements : five Booms oorner Park and South streets. Inquire of JACOB HK.I.I.Kit, ol5 No. 1 Yale Bank Building. JHonses and JLiots For Sale. 4a . HOUSES AND LOTS situated In different T S parts of the city. Also several large Lots, hav JsSsLing railroad and water front : very desirable for manufacturing purposes. All for sale cheap and on easy terms. Apply to ,19 tf 296 Chapel Street, Boom (. For Eent.-Bras8 and Iron Castings. Repairing Iiawn Mowers. Wood ana tuu. 4M . FOB BENT. One floor, with or without pow T T er, for manufacturing purposes. ItVepeilriny 1 SbatrDenlnar Lawn mower: the same called for and delivered. Brass and Iron C statin gw at the lowest prices, and made at short notice. Wood and Coal at the lowest prices. Or ders received at the emoe, 208 Grand Street. jeiO u inn u unirjn mr TO RENT, a A PLEASANT and Convenient House on onve street, first-class in every respect, with all ths modern Improvements, arranged with suite. of rooms, aiaiHs mantel., frescoed walla, not and cold water.and other modern conveniences, 13 rooms, water closet, on two noon, ecc, & c fosseasion given saay xst, 1879. Also the House 272 Grand street. Possession given immediately. OHABLES IVES, ma 20 tf 163 Church Street, For Sale at a Bargain, QFirwsClano House, wltn modern improve men tjs, good lot with barn, situat ed on fins avenue, fronting on two streets, can be seen at any time. For particulars call at Boom Ho, S, Boadley Bnildins;, 49 Cnturcn Street. - ds2tf I. 1?. COlrTSTOClt. II!. (i. K. FiSiiKSUAl, 36 Elm .Street, Cor. of Oxang-e, n30 New Haven, Conn. CRAVE? PATENT rtVllNGC MV Jt Lt f LOUNGE- . lis. i I I lis, -HBa- TA?J ,".A 'w-SnSnBss V, WS-'MISIISIlMlitsasailMI mtt.' V 3g5j.!XMig!ll WwSir) 1 It.- . m U t , '-ll'SI "I rll'lll ; saixYsL' A. C. Chamberlln & Sons, Ja2 2tawl2w New Haven. FOR SAXiE AT A BABGAIN. 27 feet on No. 60 Garden street, with a great rear lot, suitable for any large man ufacturing business ; likewise one of the best places in he oity for a Floweret. It is very rich and early and will be sold very cheap. Apply .on au7tf THE PBEMIBEB. Pateut Spring Rocker, b, Wilton Ladies' Rockers, Gentlemen's Easy Folding Chairs, Cretonne Rockers, Wheel Chairs lor Invalids, Ladies' Sewing Chairs. A full line of Fancy Chairs, all our own make. ja!6 IVew Haven Folding; Chair Co. For Bale. One second-hand ooal stove in good order, cheap. Sleighs and Carriages For sale at Wholesale Manufacturers' Prices. n D. W. MORRILL. Lull, llliiir Furniture Dealers AND IDEfflKEIIS. 57, 59 & 61 Orange St., NEW HAVEN, CONN. NERVOUS EXHAUSTION A medical es say. comprlsini7 a aeries of lectures delivered at K&Ild's Masenm of Anatomy, on the cause and cure of prernatare decline, ahowiDg indisputably how lost health may be regained, affording a clear aynopsiB of impediments to maniage, and the treatment of ne ir ons and phjsical debility being the result of 90 Tears' experience. By mall, 25c., currency or postage stamps. Address secretary Jknans Museum, tU3 roadway. hw norm. ai em FURI7ITTJRE ! DE GRAAF & TAYLOR, 47 and 49 West 14th Street, Bet. 5th and 6th Avenues, NEW TOBK. Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of FTJBNI- TUBE. The most complete Stock and. lowest Prices In New York. Sele manufacturers of the CENTENNIAL PABLOB BED. Catalogues mailed free. DE GRAAF & TAYLOR, - 47 anda493West14th Street, NEW YORK. oBoodly Toilet Nets, Cat Glass Ware Perfumes, Ac E. A. GESSNER, APOTHEOAB7, Ul CHAPEL STREET, . dta Corner of Olive. Vaults and Cesspools. If won stave a Vanlt or Cesspool that bmsi BHenuou, SEND FOB Farnham's Odorless Apparatus. Orders may be left with B. B. BBADLET CO., 408 State street, BOBT. VEITOH BON, 428 Chapel St., P. O. BOX 275. JaSly CROFUT'S NEW FUB STORE, 97 Orange Street. Sealskin Cloalu. Fnr liined Circular, and Dolmans. Fan Helined, Altered and Repaired. Work First-class. Prl. ces Low. We tnut UuUBone of oor friend, will fora;et that we nawe removed to 97 O ANeE sTKEET, and are still la X FOB TRADE. - . Remember the Number, NO. 97 ORANGE STREET, PaUadlixm Bnildins. nlC " DIRIGO DINING ROOMS, No. S3 Crown Street, near Church. For Ladies and Gentlemen. HH cheapest place in the city to obtain board by toa wees or meat. Aeas, pmwu uo vunuii I Tickets to f or S44041BeserrM ssats ror use . a. W 4 fc --aSfjt- iX, A " H.e FOB TDJE WJSJKIk, JPROGUAMSim Gommenci&Q TJondziy, "Foh. 2d. Sales Commence at lO A. OT? ; MONDAY Blankets, QuUts, Cloaks, a TCTESOAY Fine Dress Goods, comprising Black and Colored Silks, Summer Silks, Cashmeres, Silk and Wool Novelties, Al pacas, Serges, c, c. Do nofjall to attend tnijfreat sale of Dress Goods. - " w WBDNK8DAY Cloakings, Cassimeres, Tweeds, Etc THURSDAY' Towels. Napkins, Table CoTers.and Housekeeping Iiinens. Our entire stock of Worsted Goods to be sold, comprising; Jackets, Nubias, laggings, Scarfs, Hoods, etc - stTTTRnAT T.n.riiA' and Gents' underwear.i! ttosiery, uiaTa ana. Furnishing Goods. f J i; If if ; : Goods solds at private sale between the auction isales. Yours respectfully, FRIDAY- T- T7ST NOS. 239 AND 241 CHAPEL. STREET. ! i" f. ( S Auction Sales daily at 10 A. M. and 3 and 7 P. M. S2 Teeth. Teeth. Teeth. Teeth. 253 Chapel St., Worth Side, between State and Orange. Fnll Set of Teeth for Five Dollars and Upwards. Teeth filled for Fifty Cents and upwards. ' Tectn Extracted for Twenty-Five Cents. -Teetn extracted without pain by ttae use of Nitron. Oxide or Laughing; Can. Perfect satisfaction or no charge made. jS C IT. GIDNEY. Dyeing and Cleaning. Ladies Dresses, Shawls, Cloaks, Waterproofs. Silks, Ribbons, Trim mings, Velvets, Kid Gloves, Feathers, JLace Curtains, Shades ana Blankets, &c t r, Shirts, Collars, Cults, Underwear, &c. First-class Pressing. Gen tlemen's Garments Cleaned or Dyed. ELM CITY DIE WORKS AHD STJEAM IVWOBIT, 360 and 178 Chapel Street. s25 THOMAS FORSYTH. Slneer Sewing Machine will Make the Best Possible Holiday Gift I 7Q con mora SINGER SEWING MACHINES sold in 1878 than in any pre- lUiULU vlnufi voar I W M W MI In 1870 we .old 1-27,833 Sewing; machine.. In 1878 we sold 356,43a Sewing- machines. We now oell Three-Quarters of all the Sewing machine. old in the World. Our sale, have increased enor. moutfy every year through the whole period of "hard times." These Facts Speak IiouderItb.au any Words ! Send for Our Handsomely Illustrated Price-List. Prices Greatly Reduced ! Waste no money on Cheap Counterfeits ! THE SINGER M AN UFA CTURING U J irl r Aa X dsotf - ' ' Of flee 5a Orange Street, Tf ew Haven, Conn. ' THE 8ALVATOR FOR INVALIDS AND THE SUPERIOR NUTRITION THE LIFE. ACED. AN INCOMPARABLE ALIMENT FOR THE CROWTH AND "PROTECTION OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN. A SUPERIOR NUTRITIVE IN CONTINUED FEVERS. AND A RELIABLE REMEDIAL ACENT IN ALL DISEASES OF THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES. HIS Justly celebrated Dietetic Preparation Is, In composition, principally the CLUTEN derived from tne wni 1 1 win I tK i-lihi wnaai bcnck, a sunn A invention of an eminent Chemist. It has not only been nigmy recommenaea dux certified to by a large number of Chemists and Physiciansrepresenting a very high degree of medical scienceas the Safest, Most Acceptable and Reliable Food for the Crowth and Protection of INFANTS and CHILDREN, and for MOTHERS la.-klng Sufficient Nourish ment for their offspring. Unlike those preparations made from animal or vinous marter, wnicn are name w stimulate the brain and Irritate the digestive organs, It embraces In Its elementary compo sition That which make, strong Bone and Muscle. That which makes good Flesh and Blood. That which la easy of Digestion never constipating, mat wmcn is nmu una friendly to the Brain, and that which acts a. a preventive of those Intestinal Disorder. Incidental to cjiiidnooa. And, while It would ue oimoun xo con ceive of anything In Food or Dessert more Creamy and Delicious, or more Nounsning and Strengthening as an aliment In Fevers, Pulmonary Complaints, Dyspepsia and Cen- eral Debility, Its Rare Medicinal Excellence In all Intestinal Diseases, especially in uysentery, . Chronic Diarrhea and Cholera Infantum has been Incontestably proven. SOLD BY MAOISTS "sutler I ITHEPRIHCIBMCITIES . i nr tuc . UNITED STMEISZ. JOHN Cap 8 gOHS.SEWiaI 93 Orange Street. Rubber Goods of Every Description. Coals, aLegglngs, Blankets,' Gossamer Garments, Overs, Arctles. The only place In this city where yon can. bay a Rubber Boot that will not crack Is at the Orange Street Rubber Store. Bicycle School, open from 9 a. m. to 1 p. in., 2 to 6 and 7 to 10 p. m.. at 93 Cretan Street, in the Orand Opera House Building. We still continue to meet the ever grow ing interest in Bicycle Riding, and we hope soon to be able to open one of the largest Bicycle Schools in America. We wish to state also that " The Bi cycle World," a beautiful little journal of sixteen pages, issued twice a month, devoted to Bicycling', Archery. &c. can be obtained by calling for it at THOMPSON'S RUBBER STORE. ja7 93 Orange Street, Palladium Building. REMEDIES THE PALACE BillM Parlors! 48 Church Street, Cor. of Crown, Up stairs. THe Finest Billiard Booms TS THE STATJE. THE proprietor wishes to inform the public that he baa refurnished the Billiard Booms formerly ke ot by FOBTBB, (corner of Orovra and Chnroh streets,) and that the rooms are now open and ready for busi ness. Eight First-Class Tables, With new Farniture and plenty of toom, znake this the popular resort of the city. J10 tf Voice and Piano. Miss Fannie C. Howe, 102 Crown Street, Next to and West of music Hall, Instructs in Singing and on the Piano. . FLFffE INSTRUCTION. MR. CHARLES T. HOWEJ , iua urowu Direec, lastruota'on the Flute. sltf Reynolds' Anti-Fain S TllJj aiford Immediate relief to an sufferers from VV Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Sprains, Bruisss, ha. Trade supplied at , Whittlesey's Irug Store, - jaasd&w 838 Ohapsl and 8M Stats Street. PATENTS. 11. H. EDDY, No, 76 State St., opposite Kilby, Boston Secures Patents in the United States; also in Oreat Britain, France and other foreign countries. Copies of the claims of any Patent furnished by remitting one dollar. Assignments recorded at Washington. So Agency in the United State poeaeseee euperior faeili tie for obtaining Patent or ascertaining the patenta bility of invention. B. H. EDD X, Solicitor of Patents. TXSTXKOITXAU. ,rd Mr. Eddy sa one of the moef capable and I practitioners with whom 1 have had official intercourse. OHAS. MASON, Commissioner of Patents. ' Inventors cannot employ a person more trustwor thy or more capable of securing for theat an early and favorable consideration at the Patent Offloe. EDMUND BUBKS, late Commissioner of Patents." Bostoh, October 19, 1870. B. H. EDDY, Esq. Dear Sir : Ton procured for me, in 1840, my first patent. Since then you have acted for and advised me in hundreds of esses, and procured many patents, reissues and extensions. I have occa sionally employed the beat agencies in Kew York, Phil adelphia and Waahington, but I still give you almost the whole of my business, in your line, and advise oth ers to employ you. Xours truly, GEOBGE DBAPEB. Bostoh, Jan'y 1. 1880. Jal eodly FIRE II WmiP HE VP 9 KINMFR:!! Hum llliAl . Use the Salamander once and you will never do without It. warranted to give satisfaction, or money refunded. Will last for years in daily ubs. Perfectly- Sate Thousands already in ue. Write for Circular, Testimonials, see. Sam ple Klndler, postpaid, 76 cents. Address i. O. EDDY, GenQ Agent, laa Congress Street, Troy, H. Y. 16ENISWANTED. Ann a Month and expenses guaranteed to Agents. fp t Outfit free. Shaw a Co., Augusta, Maine. $777 A YEAR and expenses to sgents. Outfit free. Address P. O. V1CKEBY, engnsta, Maine. Newspaper Advertising Spruce St., Jf. Y. Bureau, 10 3aldwlm Builders' Hardware T THE lowest rates. Alto White Holly and Black Walnut for sawing. Lumber of sveiy deaorlB- at prices the lowest. OTJB NUMBEB IS 64 Whalley Avenue. )ag T. H. BTJB8EIX. Books New Supplies. The Exploration of the World Famous Travels and '.Travellers By Jules Verne. Along the Way Poems by Mary Mapes Dodge. A Fool's Errand By one of the Fools. Thrsagh the Darlt Continent By Henry M. Stanley. - ' roBSAUBI : Ja28tf , F.T". JTABMAPT. A Rare ! Beautiful ! ! Valuable ! 1 1 Continuous Hit said Welcome Mill Holiday Pres snt will be a year's subscription to the - model Maga zine, DEMOBESt'S MONTHLY, which Includes the splendid ArksPtoture, " Oousolatlou,n by B. F. Rein hart, ihe best $10 oil picture ever published. Do not fail to take the splendid December end January n um bers, Of c. post free ; yearly S3. Address W. JEMKIBOS DEMOE ST, No. 17 East lath st, Mew York, daudorwlm NOTICE. HSTW B&VSS US JfOKTHAMPTOBT Compakt,") Tkkasubkb's O rnca, L Hew Haven, January 38th, 1880. I riVLB holders of the OoaverUbls Bonds of this Oom X pany, due April 1st, 1880, and January 1st, 1882, are hereby notified that the option given them to ex change said Bonds (staat-fer the new Oonsolldatsd Sinking Fund Bonos hearing six per cent, interest, se cured by mortgage, will be withdrawn and terminated on the 11th day of February ntxt. -Ja29 16t EDWARD A. BAY, Treasurer. K. G. RUSSELL.; - ABOHITBOT, ; - - myM - v yaabapej street, Kew.Havan, Have speedily snd permanently eared Humors of the Skin and Scalp of Children and Infants afflicted since birth. The treatment prescribed In such cases is mild doses of ths Cuticura Resolvent, a perfectly safe yet power ful blood purifier, and the external use of Outicura, the great skin cure. The Outicura Soap should be the only soap applied to the diseased skin for cleansing purposes. ..:;. HUMOR ON A CHILD Since Birth Cured sifter Faithful Medi cal Treatment had failed. Mrmmrm. Weeks ft Potter: Gentlemen. My little son. two years of age, has had a humor oa ana side of his face since he wss born, which during the - last four months has sure ad over the entire aids of the face, ths chin, car, and aide of the head. It must have ltohed and irritated him a great deal, as he scratched he sur face all the time, no matter what waa applied. I used many remedies by advice of friends and my physician without benefit until I found Outicura, which imme diately allayed ths itching and inflammation, snd en tirely cured him. . - uespscuuuy, . ov . With Walworth Manufacturing Co. B:ston, April 15, 1878. Kers. Once cured, the skin may be rendered soft and fair by using the Outicura Soap exclusively for toilet or nursery purposes. . j . CHILDREN AND INFANTS. More Cures of Skin and Scalp Affections by the Cuticura Remedies, Fred. Bohrer. Esq.. Cashier Stock Growers' Nation al Bank, Pueblo, Colorado, writes : " I am so well pleased with its effects on my baby that I cannot af ford to be without it in my house. It is a wozerful cure, and is bound to become very populsr as soon as its virtues are known to the masses." J. S. Weeks. Esq.. Town Treasurer. Bt. Albans. Vt.. aays in a letter dated May 38 : "It works to a charm on my baby's face and head. Cured the head entirely, and has nearly cleaned the face of sores. I have rec ommended it to several, and Dr. Plant has ordered It for them." M. M. Chick. Esq.. 41 Franklin street. Boston.ssys : 14 My little daughter, eighteen months old, haa what the doctors call Eczema. We have triad 'most every thing, and at last have used Cuticura, and she la al most a new child, and we feel very happy." :x .7 ., : . 9 - aroour s Irish Flax Thread PRICKLY HEAT. Incidental to the Texan Climate Messrs. "Weeks & Potter: Gentlemen, Enclosed nleue find one dollar for a Iartre box of Outlcur. The small one that I received some time age has been very emcacioua, especially in Prickly Heat or Baah, ass some people call it. I am noising it abont. lours uujy, iiiujiiao n. auuau&i. Mason, Texas, Hept. 21, 1878. Outicura la a most valuable external atDUoatlon. It heals all cuts, bruises, and abrasions of the akin, re stores the hair when destroyed by scalp diseases, re moves dandruff and keeps the scalp clean and the hair soft and pliable. It is as agreeable as it is effective, and is ably assisted in every case by the Outicura Soap which is particularly recommended to mothers for cleansing the skin and scalp of infants ana children. It is Toilet as well as Medicinal, and is the most fra (zrant and refreshing Soap for the nursery and bath of any yet prepared. .parents nave onr assurance mmi tnese remedies con tain notbinit injurious to the youngest infant, evidence of which may be found In the certificates of Dr. Hayes and Prof. Merrick accompanying each remedy. The Outicura Bemedies are prepared by Weeks fc Potter, Chemists and Druggists, 960 Washington Street, Boston, Mass., and for sale by all Druggists and Dealers. Price of Cuticura, email boxes 60 cents; large boxes, containing two and one balf times the quantity of small, $1. Resolvent, $1 per bottle. Outi cura Soap, 2ft cents per cake ; by mail, 30 cents ; . 8 cakes, 76 cents .ft I If-Ci They destroy all tendency to W 1 O Inflammation by drawing from Mai Tim y-JT ci rivniiithe system morbid or unwnoie- VULIAIU 3HtUljLlmm. rn.tter. thna rtrAVAntinff J m AsprQ or curing Bheumatiam, Nenral- lS T !.- Ria. and Sciatica. Worn over the pit of the Btomacb, they prevent Ague and Liver Fains, Inflammation of the liver and Kidneys, Bilious Colic, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Cramps, and Pains. jaag mo we raw Andrew Goodman, K S3 Crown Sireet- HRW arrival of Fine Brands of Flour, direct from tne mius. a. new process xiour, kriffin'a Procow, Pond Lily, Quincy Belle. Chesterfield. St. Louis. AH warranted A No? 1 Brands and at the lowest prices. Hecker's Prepared Buckwheat, Mecser's uridaie uue flour, Robinson's Scotch Oat Meal, Ackron Oat Meal, Graham Flour, Fine Drip Syrup, K. O. Molasses, Bye Flour. rono fuco AioiaHses, vaie cioney, Piatt's Buckwheat. White Oats. White Wheat, Chyloong's Prepared Ginger, in pots. Gray's Goose berry, naspoerry and .rium jams, .nonpareil uapere. ueuuuin xiupui wu oaniuin ui ui hub, Sardines in Tomato fiance in Glass Jars. Bandy Cherries, French Prunes, Peaches and Apricots put up wim syrup m x aiicv xmjuicb. XJbc fittest Assortment of Wines, qaors and Bottled Good of every Description Fine Brands of Imported and Do mestic Cigar. Andrew Goodman, Near Music Hall, 4 doors from Church at., Ja28 Coodman. Bnildins;. BEING TIRED Of vMrlBff -fll.fltt.nff Pants, havlntr tried ths best and highest priced establishments without success, I tried L, H. Freedman, 92 Church Street, And got the best-fitting Trowsere, made in the best workmanship, with Patent Rubber Protectors. The latest noveltits and the largest stock to Eelect from for toe least money. of We have received this momiag a largs stock SPRING GOODS, which we bought fer cash. L. H. Freedman, Ja29 tf No. 92 Church Street. it Royton Housep 34, 3ft and 38 Court Street, Hetr Haven, Conn MKKW HOUSE, with all the modern improTe ments. New Furniture; thoroughly ventilated ; nrst-clsss dining rooms attached. Open from 6 a. m. to 9 p. m. Board by the' day, week, or sing's meal. Commutation Tickets, $6 for $4.75. Single rooms or suites for single gentlemen, or gentlemen snd their wives, furnished or nnfornlshed, as requir ed. First-class cooks, polite and attentive waiters, popular prices. We are prepared to furnish an unlim ited number of table boarders with first-class board at very low prices. Dinner or supper for private parties furnished at short notice. No liquors sold. BIS tf JOHN COLEMAN, Proprietor. FINE STATIONERY. FINEST NOTE PAPEB AND ENVELOPES, BEST QUALITY OALLIKO CABDS and CABS ENVELOPES. CABS CABINETS or COBBESPONDENCE 0ABD3 and ENVELOPES. ' CABD PLATE MONOOBAM and ADDRESS DIES Engraved in best manner. DESIGNING. ILLUMINATING, And all things pertaining to Art in the Stationery trade Executed in the best manner and Satiaf action Guaranteed. PJayins Cards, Good and Cheap, New Xot ' 1 BEST QUALITY BLOT PADS, BEST QUALITY GOLD and STEEL PENS, mFEIIIOB INKS, PEH01XS, E BASING BTJBBEB, ETC., ETC. PECK SPEBRTTS, 163 Chapel Street, Under Elliott House, ' fsba Opposite Opera House. tateat Style Wow Ifceady at Mrs. S. I. Stanley's ' Dress and Cloak Making Kmporl nm, lot Court; Street. BrldalTil sisan and Infants' Wasdrebes a specialty, Ladles' aid ChUdraa's Uu4'Wbaii ea band or mads t order. Aselsotstookof FaJJMUUry goods a vary low prioss. og A. E. 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Ladies in ths vicinity of or visiting New York can receive Instruction and find all materials at the Do mestic Building, corner 14th Street and Broadway. , Barbour irotbers, 134 Church St., New York. a24Sa4t ' (iltEATREDUCTlON IB PBICE. . . j- Signature la on every bottle of the SNTJINE Worcestershire Sauce. It imparts the most delicious taste and test to SOUPS, f"V EXTBAOTI .1 1 of a LETTER from a f 1 MEDICAL GENTLE CKAVIES, f 1 MAN at Madras to B A his brother at jf- . WOEOEBTEB, May, fish, sSLiraJ 1851- WaU6f Tell LEA a PBB S'C3JRIN8 that their Bauct HOT & COLD, -tLSJJ's highly esteemed in : India, and is, in my kSfnophit011 ths most pal JOINTS, ' sjfegiatableas wen aa the KgsssSnioet wholesome Bauos . . .thatiamade.'' Sold and nsed throughout the world. TRAVELERS AND TOUBISTS FIND GBEAT BENEFIT N;HAVISG A BOTTLE WITH THEM. JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS, AGENTS FOB LEA & IJKRBIrS, 36'CoIlosro Plsvce and X Union Son are. NewVork, Useful and Ornamental. JBeauttfy your lards and make your UardcnvProdiiciive and Attractive WM. O, ROBERTS St CO., of (mevs, IN. X( dealers in Fruit and Ornamental Trees,Plants, Vines. Shrubs. Roses, ic, offer to the people of New Haven and vicinity inducements in new. rare and standard varieties of Nursery Stock for the Spring of 1880, which cannot be surpassed in qual ity sxd price. Every tree, plant, shrub, vine, or any article delivered by us, shall bs of the finest and best quality, guaranteed true to name, good roots and vig orous Btock. Our local agent, Mr. 0. G. WATK.IW8.of your place, is ready to receive your orders and explain onr mode of doing butinees, and a card addressed to him will be cheerfully responded to, and he will call and show specimens from which you can make selec tions if desired. Very respectfully yonrs, WM. O. HUBERTS ft OO. Address all orders to 914 State street. jal3 6m Catarrhal Wei Do Meyer's Treatiso on Catarrh, explains the following important facts : 1. That Catarrhal Colds becomo a poi sonous infection, at first local, and finally constitutional. 2. That, being Constitutional, tho infection is beyond the reach of mere local remedies. 3. That impurities in tho nostrils, are necessarily swallowed into tho stomach and inhaled into the longs, thus poisoning the Digestive, Respiratory and Genito-urinary organs. 4. That Catarrhal vims follows the mu cous membrane and causes Deafness, Dyspepsia, Chronic Diarrhoea, Bronchitis, Lcucorrhoea, and Consumption. 5. That Smokes, Douches, Inhalations, and Insolublo Snuffs, cannot possibly remove infectious inflammation from tho organs namod. 6. That an antidote for Catarrh must pos sess an inocnlativo affinity for, and the quality of being absorbed Dy, tho purulent mucoui wherever located. Based npon 'these plain theories, Dr. Wei De Meyer's Catarrh Care has proved to bo infallible. It not only relievos, it cures Catarrh at any stage Home testimony : Cured ! Cured ! Cured ! Cured ! W. J. 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Y. for tlAO a package. To Clubs, six packages for $7.50. Dr. Wei Do Mey er.'. Treatiso, with full explanations and over whelming proofs, is Post-paid and sent freo to anybody Cnildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Centaur Liniment., the world's grea Paln-rellevins; agents for Man and Beast. o7 Jtawly 4 .tf w no CUBES BT ABSOBFTXOBT, Raeusmatl.Da, NettralsTta, malaria. Bapanuls," th. woodsrful Uiyeerlae lyOtsesx, Is a positive cure ; it has never failed. eapannle" has no equal for Chronic Lsmeness, Lams Back, Lumbago, Sprains, Piles, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Bun ons, and all diseases ot ths Skin, Ery atpslaa, Salt itheum, aVjssma, Humors f the Scalp, ho.; Diphtheria, Son Throat, Pneumonia, and all in tarumatory dlssasss. Ladle, who suffer from local dimoultles find lmmadiats relief, and permanent oor. by naiag sapaButa." Used in sponge or foot bath ramovss aU soraoeaa of body, limbs and fsss. Baa. 1st sotioo guaranteed or money ref undetL -Sold by all Dragglsts. Prlos, 50o anSwrpsr boltls, ateDd lor llumiusud otreulas and oarda. - HaMuat, aaaai m OoKaMT, Pioprlssors, ; gdW Mosaawlyni i1 Broadway, asw lork. FOlt SALE, W8HfftABLE nlldiug Lots, osntrslly located, tan If sutuatM walk from the post otto.. Also eaa Ixrt onPark streal. soiliio feat. A few nle. Lots twar ths propoMrt sw fara (Kast Boot), Inoulrao , N, a. Utiati'i jsMUeod &gom s, 7 Obutoh strMt, EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY I CAJiKINOTON & CO., 1 No. 400 Stats Street, Carter HullcUu s; JOHK B. CAXRraTBXON. EOVISD X. CittBTHOTON. SOBS! B. OABBTBTOTOH, SB. Saturday Morning', Feb. 7, 1880. A STATEJI EST OF FACTS. As ths Begistbx may have misled the pub lic in what -it has said concerning some bills .which Judge Pardee has prepared for the consideration of ' the Legislature a statement of facts seems to be called for. The Judge has prepared four bills. One of them, relating to houses of ill fame, simply aims to nuke the law what it was before the revision of 1875. The bill concerning the treatment of street walkers, with whioh the Register finds so much fault, and which it has misrepresented, provides that every female who shall habitual ly wander or loiter about the streets, parks or other places of public resort in any oity between ten o'clock at night and five, o'clock in the morning, either alone or with other fe males only., and without lawful or reasonable occasion therefor, shall pay a fine of not ex ceeding seven dollars or be imprisoned not ex ceeding thirty days or both. No reasonable fault can be found with this bill. Another bill prepared by Judge Pardee pro vides that every parent or guardian having the care and custody of any minor under the sge of seventeen years, or in whose family such minor resides, who shall suffer or permit such minor habitually to wander, or loiter in or about the streets, parks or publio resorts in any city after ten o'clock at night.and without lawful business therefor, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding twenty-fire dollars. Sec tion 2 makes it the duty of the police to arrest any child known to be habitually in the streets, parks or publio resorts after ten o'clock at night without any lawful bnsiness therefor, and take him or her before the proper court ; and if it be found that . suoh minor is uncontrollable by his or her guardian, commitment may be made to the State Re form School or the Industrial School for Girls.or the minor may be placed in jail for a short time. This bill also contains nothing that is not in the interest of the publio. The other bill prepared by Judge Pardee was reported in the Register as a bill provid ing for something like white slavery. It is an attempt to deal with a question which engages the attention of all those called to deal with criminals, and that is, how to treat those who are apparently incorrigible. Judge Pardee would have persons who may fairly be called incorrigible drunkards, thieves, prostitutes or wife-beaters committed to the care of the Sheriff of the county or one of his deputies, said Sheriff or deputy to have and exercise over the persons of incorrigibles all the powers which may by law be exercised by a oonservator. Ee'shall have power to commit the incorrigible from time to time to jail or the lockup of the town, whenever in his judg ment it shall be necessary to prevent repeti tions of the offense or whenever the incorri gible refuses to obey his directions. The ob ject of this bill is reformatory, and when an incorrigible gives good evidence of reforma tion he is to be released after due inquiry by the Superior Court. The bill is a bold one, but it has merit and should be fairly discussed. THE CIVIl, Bi.llAliH ACT. Towards the close of the last session of the Massachusetts Legislature an act which has since become best known as the Civil Damage act was passed. It provides that "Every husband, wife, child, parent, guardian, em ployer or other person who shall be injured :'n person or property or means of support by any intoxicated person, or in consequence of intoxication, habitual or otherwise, of any person, shall have a right of action in his or her own name, severally or jointly, against a person or persons who shall, by selling or giv ing intoxicating liquors, have caused the in toxication, in whole or in part, of any such person ; and aoy person or persons owning, renting, leasing or permitting the occupation of any building or premises" where suoh in toxicating liquors are disposed of with their knowledge shall be personally liable. This act has become very unpopular in Massachusetts. It is freely admitted that con siderable may be said in favor of regulating the sale of intoxicating liquors by making the liquor seller liable for damages whioh his sales produce, but to recognize a man's right to sell by exacting of him a lioense and then not only make him liable for effects that his liquors in the hands of intemperate men may pro duce, but even extend the liability to the own ers of the premises, who may be a thousand miles away, is considered by many highly ab surd and injurious. So widespread and deep is the feeling against the law that an earnest effort is now being made for its repeal. En gaged in the effort are many conservative, sta ble and practical men, and their testimony as to the working of the law is worth the atten tion of those in this' State who advocate a Civil Damage act. Hon. Francis F. Parker, representing a large number of trust estates, declares that the law proceeds from an intention to make liquor selling disreputable, but thus far has been inoperative! "It will not," says he. "prevent a single crime, but it will olose the doors of one or two hundred trust estates in Boston to the liquor traffic, and open the same number of those of other owners, but proba bly of a less respectable character, to the same business." The Hon. John O. Ropes asserts that the law has had a muoh greater effect than many may have supposed, in that it has touched the fundamental prin ciples of government by attempting to punish a man for what he has never done. Should the law be continued in force he is of the opinion that there will be a disturbance that will not be settled until this legislation is re versed, as no aot can make the lessee of premises the agent of the landlord unless it overturns the present order of things. If the sale of liquor is a crime, he, too, would have it forbidden by law, and thus free the statutes from enactments whioh should not be incorporated with them. He agrees with Mr. Parker that ' the tendency of the law has been to make the places in which liquor-is sold less respectable, as the only protection of the landlords is to refuse the use of their property for the sale of intoxicants. He is also of the opinion that the number of drinking places has not de creased. Mr. William S. Dexter expresses the opinion that the law tends to increase the number of unprincipled landlords and should therefore be repealed. Mr. Charles TJ. Cot ting favors the repeal of the law, basing his action upon his observation that the sale of liquor has not lessened under it, upon the fact that trustees are placed in suoh s position that they are obliged to let their tenants go into the premises owned by those who are willing to take the risk, and that the morals of the community are not bettered by it. And there is muoh other similar testimony against the obnoxious law. - Its friends, on the other hand, say that it has not depreciated the value of real estate ; that the lessor and lessee of premises in whioh liquor is sold are alike in terested in the profits of that traffic, and if one cannot pay for the damage dona by in toxicants sold there the other should be made to do so ; andhat the law has f ulfilled.lts pur pose In that it has frightened the landlords and made them cautious. We shall look with interest to see what ao tlon tho Massachusetts Legislature will take concerning the law. Both sides of ths ques tion have been and will be ably argued, and if the law is repealed it will probably be be cause It ought to be, or at least because It is not supported by a sufficiently strong publio sentiment. AU eiperlments In the regulation of the liquor traffic are profitable for instruc tion, and the Civil Damage act is a very Un portant one to learn from. . EDITORIAL NOTES. The important admission is officially made in the Frenoh Assembly that the French na tional industries are far from flourishing, and have been outstripped by foreign competition, In some respects this is consoling to the friends of American production, as the com petition referred to is chiefly ours. There is muoh difference of opinion con ocirning the aotion of the convention at Harris burg and its political effect, but this difference of opinion does not alter the fact that the Grant men were victorious, nor will it be likely to seriously Interfere with their efforts to carry other conventions for their candi date. 'When an alarm was struck last evening from the box located at the "Police entrance" of the City Hall some timorous persons were fearful that the confiiot between town and oity had proved irrepressible, and stoat the police of the city had been overpowered by the henchmen of the town and wanted help. Fortunately, the alarm was struck for noth ing but a small fire. "Nepotism" does not exoite the wrath of Democratic journals as it did once. Perhaps they are restrained by suoh facts as that among the olerks of senate committees, at salaries of $2,000 to $2,500 a year, are Senator Eaton's son. Senator Morean's son. Senator Vance's son, Senator Johnston's eon, Senator Withers' son, Senator Wallace's son, Senator McDonald s son-in-law, Senator Saulsbury's nephew, Senator Voorhee' son, (two commit tees,) and Senator Voorhee s' law partner's A canvass of Republican leaders in Colorado shows Blaine slightly in the lead, with Grant a good seoond, and Sherman a poor third. Bayard and Tilden are the prinoipal Demo cratic favorites in the State. Interviews with 133 of 'Wisconsin's State offioers and members of the Legislature show 42 for Blaine, 27 for Grant and 10 for Sherman, Seymour leading among Democrats, with-19 supporters, to 4 for Tildon and 3 for Bayard. A canvass of Nebraska papers by the Omaha News shows 17 for Blaine. 7 for Grant and 1 for Sherman. and of110 Omaha business men 58 were for Blaine, 34 for Grant and 9 for Sherman. Another story of ill-assorted love and its sad results: Eighteen years ago James fiuohanan Evans was one of the head clerks in theTreas ury department, and a great favorite in Wash. ington society. He was a noted wit, a grace ful dancer and a free drinker. A Miss Harvey was a Washington belle. She belonged to a wealthy Norfolk family, and had been care fully reared. This couple caused a social flut ter by eloping and getting married. They did not return, and were soon forgotten in the circles in which they had moved. Even their relatives lost sight of them. A few days ego, while a woman was singing and dancing on the stage of a conoert saloon at Milwaukee, she was told that her husband was lying un conscious in a barroom. It was common for him to get drunk, and she attached little im portance to the message ; but her daughter, also a performor, went to see her father, and found him dying from a fraotured skull. He was the once courted James Buchanan Evans, and had beoome a sot. The woman was the former belle, 'Miss Harvey, and had turned her accomplishments to account in a low form of the show business. The letter of "H. H." aocusing the Secret arj of the Interior of purposely withholding the supplies of the White River Utes, on account of which they are now said to be in a starving condition, has drawn an explanation from the Secretary. He says the simple facts are that the annual supplies were sent to the White River Utes, which they destroyed, some at the agency, and others in the wagons that were burned when Thornburgh's oommand was at tacked. Seventeen hundred oattle that were at the agency were killed, driven off or suf fered to stray away. The White River Utes having thus destroyed their supplies, for whioh the appropriations are exhausted, have gone down to the neighborhood of the Los Pinos agency. The supplies at the Los Pinos agency are barely sufficient for the sustenance of the friendly Indians dependent upon them. If divided between them and the White River Utes, both wiU suffer at best. O wing to the snow in the mountains it is impossible to transport to the Los Pinos agency any addi tional supplies. The question, then, is simply whether the Government will deprive the friendly Indians of fpod to feed hostiles that are suffering by their own fault. The Secre tary does not see the justice of such a policy. Ouray, who is in Washington, is reported as saying that the White River Utes need not starve, but can live on game which the deep snows on the mountains have driven into the valleys, where it oan be killed in sufficient quantities to prevent starvation. Our esteemed and persistent contemporary the Hartford Courant continuos to call for a Tax Commission as vigorously as if it had not called so long in vain. The Couraut's cause is just and it only tells the plain truth when it says : The taxes are not fairly laid. Nobody rests easy under an injustice, and it is a poor defense for one to explain that it is an old one. Old injustices bring with them the aggravation of years and are worse than the new. Rioh men, holders of various properties, can smile at the easy way they get off from real estate assessment, but the pleas ure fades when their personal property is con sidered. People of small means, needing every possible dollar of. income, see their stock investments fade away, and explain that they could not buy bonds because the law taxes those, or else they did buy those bonds that the law especially exempted (the Connecticut Western and Connecticut Valley) and having bought those have ceased to have any incomes at all. Men who have nothing in the way of property but their small home steads find these taxed for 100 per cent, or more of their market value, while large houses are assessed for only a fraction of their market-value. A man living in one town, stock holder in a bank or insurance company, sees a fellow stockholder, who lives in another town, paying only half the tax that he pays on just the same interest in a common busi- is. Corporations doing a competitive bus iness all over the country find Connecticut loading taxes upon them beyond all limits of equity while their rivals in other States are entirely exempt. And so it goes. DOUBTCtL. "Say, Where's that milk 1" the old man cried, To his sable servant Fatinitzs ; She, with a grimace, soft replied : "I link I saw de oat in it, sah !" Why oould not the habits of the mosquito have been given to the trout ? Think of the "bites" a man oould get then. Syracuse Times. One of the inexplicable phenomena of na ture is the effect the emptying of a pan of ashes has in suddenly revealing the direction of the wind. - A little girl being asked on the first day of school how she liked her new teacher, replied : "I do not like her ; she is just as saucy to me as my mother." When a newspaper offers a ohromo for rhyme it's hard to tell where the rbymists will stop. . Tho Buffalo Times offered a ohromo for ft rhyme on "Fatinitsa," and here is the best out of sixty-three competitors : A small boy, boasting of his father's ac complishments, said : "My father oan do al most anything ; he's notary publio and he's an apothecary, snd oan men a teeth, and he is a dootor, and can mend wagons and things, and play the fiddle ; be sa jackass at all trades." Exohsnge. . They were sitting silently by the parlor Are, intently watching the hands of the clock as they slowly erawled around to the biggest all i striking place. Suddenly tfie said: "Mr. Lonrdand, can you tell me why vou are like .a century plant ?" Mr. L. nervously adjusted his eye-glass, wriggled about in his ohair, and sUmmered: "Be be caw cause I sh shall I I live for for foreVer." "No, you dunoe ; it's because it takes you so long to This was written years ago when We girls 1 raved over Manrt Knl i-A'n. t i lusions are as good as ever : Quran pink of the feminine ploks is there, Come out in the garden to me In the velvet basque silk lined you wear, Queen pink and tulip you be ; Bob out little face running over with hair And let the hollyhocks see. Yes; the Pope's new organ is called Aurora, -but it is not a morning paper. The Pope, by the way, doesn't find the editor's chair a bed of roses, as .t were. When a gentleman from the north of Limerink aa1Ia? t ft,A -. wuw wuiw vUO other mornint? with b ennv nf h. i .- one hand and a savage club in the other, and uoujouugu wo uaiuu vi sae person " who writ that 'ere." the Pnnn MAirl h. nnMn i-n - i: K ...v.u . .tii a un it was "the work of the intelligent oompos- ltnr " VTAm'alA. T T 1 J . ,www wu uetaiu, "De odder night, in de club library, I heard member of de club grievin' 'cause he wasn't QTSftt fnftn ' M trie nM.;j.-i n. u t - o , mw .loiudui ui tus .Lams Kiln Club, as the hall grew quiet. "It am natural 'nuff dat wa ahnnM n . ahead. It am not unreasonable in ftn v man wvnnfc tn ha fnn -.! Aa. l tj. i DOOtS. editors an UWn r Are alf .n.ftT..BM n t dig long an strive to carve our names on de nnaln nf ...... 1 . . . . . a holler mockery fame am ? Dar was Shaken. peare. He had de toofaohe same as a com mon man. He had his blue days, same as de poor white. De rain pored down on him same on Samuel Shin he fell in de mud, same Elder Toots his grooer wanted cash, same mine. Dar waa Pnrn ita ti :. . ,jwu, juuii uia name am a. hioh Aa ornnvtlna .3 i i : . -O WW DIDDUKO, BUU JOt oorns ached, same as Waydown Bebee's uuvuuer curia run mm aown, same as Trustee Pnllhnnk Blm.1 t 3 J i.u j . "ps ueu uu him, same as on Squar Williams. Dar was ;u uiaunui. one uaa a Dig paiaoe, heaps ' waitAra and lot. nf nlnv. Kut uK. V... t. ; - w.wnw , VUV U UU Ufv vj feet, got baldheaded, and couldn't see any more of Niagary Falls for five dollars dan my old woman did .for two shillins. Greatness maV brine ntora nlnzA. hnr. ir. bring happiness. Fame may bring a house pervided wid a burglar alarm, but de higher de fama rlfl hiohav ria nu hilla TS- o a-. 11 gionmom oomes foolin' around you catch him by de 1 1 T . T. 1 . 1 . .- . urn. uuia. u ue neoer comes be content wid out him. A home wife an' children plenty to eat pew rent paid and a pig in do pen am good 'nuff for any man, and he who seeks to climb hio-har am -innfi sua anl In kn.i -,, pender buttons as to get dar. Wid dese few renexsnuns on ae lqoontestancy of earthly greatness, we will now disband ourselves to business." Detroit Free Press. On the New Jersey Coast. Souse Kesults of the Recent Storms Coed Worst by the Life Saving- Ser vice. From the New York Herald. About two o'clock yesterday moraine the patrolman from No. 2 life savins' station found the body of Jacques Hue, the Frenoh sailor of the foundered schooner Annie New man. It had made its way up the ooast some ten miles from where the schooner struck, and was thrown ashore fully four miles above the landing plaoes of the other bodies. It was dragged clear of the break of the surf and left there. About daylight, and at the changes of the tide, the body of Warren Stanley, the mate, came ashore under the Highlands. It was secured, and later Coroner Britton arriv ed to tako charge of all the bodies, but not to hold an inquest. He was accompanied bv young Ray, the fortunate sailor who had sprung from his sinking ship to the deck of the schooner Harding. He identified the bod ies as those of his shipmates and helped to wrap mem up in pianaets ana Dear them to the undertakers. The bodies of captain, mate and steward will probably be taken to their homes at Tremont, Me., but the two sailors, Richardson and Hue, will be given sepulture in the sands of the coast where they met their fate. The bodies reported yesterday as hav ing come up on the lower end of the Squan Beach, tend suprHsSjed to hcfcj-ar. the schooner George Tonlane, Ttave been identified by the captain of that vessel as of his crew. Their names are Frank Borden and Nicholas Lot tery, of Camden, N. J., both colored. So far only seven lives are ascertained to be lost; out li tne rears so generally entertained by the mpinasiers wno went through tne terrible gale of Tuesday have foundation in fact the list must be much swollen before the fatal chapt er in the history of the storm is com - plete. WrecKers were yesterday stripping the schooner George Toulane, whioh went ashore ten miles south of equan Inlet. The hull and material are to be sold at auction. The body of the second seaman lost was recovered last night, a short distance from the spot where the body was picked up. The remains were temporarily placed in the Point Pleasant Meth odist church until an inquest was held in the afternoon. They were then encased in neat coffins. After an impressive funeral service by the Rev. Mr. Sleeper tho remains were taken to White Lawn Cemetery and there in terred beside the graves of the five seamen who were drowned two years ago on the schooner Margaret and Lucy. Fears are en tertained for the safety of the schooner Char ley Woolney, Captain Abraham Longstreet, of Squan Village. The vessel was seen off Ocean Beach on Sunday afternoon, sinoe then nothing has been heard of her. Her yawl . was picked up yesterday. The Woolsey, left Hampton Roads on January 80, with 245 tons f coal and 00 tons of staves for New York. It is feared she foundered in the storm of Monday night. Quantities of wood and de bris continue to come ashore south of Squan Inlet. THE LITE BAVINa SEBVICE. All along the coast the sentiment is that the life saving service covered itself with glo- iivery rescued person is or the belief that but for the prompt and well direoted efforts of the brave men who perform this perilous duty along the coast there would have been thirty-five lives lost instead of seven. Of the doomed seven five were lost from the Newman beyond reach of the life saving stations' aid. Yesterday all the stations were visited, from No. 2, near Sandy Hook, to No. 6, eighteen miles below. The captain of each crew com plained that his foroes were inadequate in numbers and that the equipment of the houses was not such as it should be. The view's of Captain West, of No. 3, near Sea- bricbt, present the facts of the oase : "You see, we have seven men," said he. "That is supposed to be a boat's crew six oarsmen and one steerman. When we go out in a boat we need somebody ashore to help us to make good our landing when we come in. We want man to take tne people we save to a iplaoe of comfort. The other night we had to let the people taken from the wreck stay on the Deacn tin tney were all oa. Then we took: them to our house. The rain and snow came through the roof and ran through the floor of our sleeping room and down into the only room we oould put them in. We gave them such dry clothing as we could ; but neither medicines, blankets nor anything of that kind is furnished." At this station Mrs. Elma, wife of the cap tain of the Caatalia, is staying. She is the first woman that ever came ashore from a wreck in a breeohes buoy. Her experience. she says, while exciting, did not impress her with fears, one went up tne neeine and cot into the buoy, and before she knew it was swinging between heaven and earth, the swirling surf beneath interesting rather than frightening her. The wind blew so hard that her hair got into her face and distracted her attention until she was landed. Several seas broke over the buoy, but she was at such height that they were- expended before she was reached. All hands of the Castalia agree that she was the coolest of all on board the vessel at the moment of greatest peril and stood near the wheel as calm as if only a zephyr were fanning her cheek instead of the vessel upon which she stood being driven by mia-winter storm upon a pitiless ooast. Who Took the Bins? Fashionable ciroles in New York oity, ac cording to the Tribune, have a rather unusual topic of conversation and the police of that oity a delicate "job." At a reoent dinner party given at the house of a family well known in the best society the conversation turned upon diamonds and precious stones, and the hostess, who wore a ring whioh had a beautiful emerald set in a duster of diamonds, took it from her finger and handed it to her neighbor to admire. It was passed partly around the table and then lost sight of, the conversation turning . npon other topics. When it was looked for nobody knew where it was or who had it last. When the guests were separating one of the gentlemen found the ring, minus the gems, in his over coat pocket. Ha rushed at onoe into the drawing room again, exhibited the ring, told how he had found it, and demanded that who ever had pnt it there should now produce the jewels that had been forced out of the setting. Everybody seemed amazed, but no one helped the poor gentleman, whose embarrassing situ ation may be imagined. The ring cost $8,000, and the question is whether one of the guests or one of the servants stole it, and why its re mains were placed in the gentleman's pocket. ' The Irish famine subscriptions u the Hart ford diocese amount to f 10,000.