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Feb. 7, 1880.
Journal and tiovafar. Sutnrlay WotOh?, Feb. 7, 1880. LOCAL KEWS. Tor other fcoeal Tswa sss SeoonajPif , Tne Connecticut legislature. Habttobd, Feb. A. hoots. Then m an avalanohe of bill for publlo aota, this being the last day for the Introduction of new business. Pmtitlnna were referred M follows : - For amendment of charter of city of Mcrldffn ; X- Tld Wilson for release from mortgage or the state ; ln oorMrsting the Elect tic Light Oompiny of Hartford ; of the First Company Governor's Horse Guards for new uniforms ; of Richard O. Hubbard and others of Hartford for regulation of the practice of medicine ; of tbe Cambridge Guard of Hartford to be annexed to the national Guard ; of Michael Gray for release from State prison ; of Charles B. Woodward, of Windsor, for preservation of game. Buis Eeferred Regulating the laying out of high ways an-1 public streets ; prohibiting towns from ia oarrlog debts above a oeitain percentage of the tax able property ; regulating the sale of commercial fer tilizers; concerning dogs; that railroad companies shall not be required to pay tax on ths bonds of towns raised for the canetruciion of the roads ; prohibiting dredging for shell fleh within the limits of the town of ' Milford ; concerning the bonis of treasurers of banks, swings banks and trust companies ; to establish a City Court in Middletown ; for the appointment of special constables at the request of agricultural societies and cemetery associations ; for the protection of natural lam grounds ; de intoxicated persons ; restricting the taking of trout from ponds in the town of Bedding ; relating to the duties or executors and administrators ; relating to replevin suits; de Intoxicating liquors ; re lating to the support of paupers; amending charter of the city of Merlden ; in relation to voting by proxy for directors of corporations; in relation to divorce ; con cerning savings banks; relating to flsheries; relating to schools; authorizing the town of Merlden to issue bonds; regulating the purity of streams, looking to the preservation of pnblio health ; relating to dogs ; ex tending the liability of married women on account of supplies furnished to tbe family ; for the survey of real estate for the purposes of assessment and taxa tion; for the preservation of game ; for the support of pauper children ; concerning school district bounda xies ; concerning exemption from taxation in certain cases ; relating to Insolvent debtors ; incorporating the Merlden Court of Foresters ; relating to the fore closures of mortgages ; in relation to the annual re turns of railroad companies ; amending the charter of the city of South Norwalk ; prohibiting dredging in Norwalk harbor; relating to tithingmen, giv ing them tbe power of grand jurors ; for the protection of town records against destruction by lire ; relating to surveyors ; - relating to intoxicating liquors; relating to corporations; rela ting to the probating of wills in certain oases ; rela ting to probate courts, giving them power and author ity to commit witnesses for contempt ; conferring upon women the right to vote In towns on all ques tions concerning intoxicating liquors ; relating to ap peals from probate ; concerning and Interpreting ex emption from taxation ; relating to frauds and false returns ; In relation to probate oourts ; amending the Joint stock laws ; in relation to paupers '; conferring additional powers on registrars of births, marriages and deaths in certain cases ; regulating the fees of reg istrars of births, marriages and deaths. Be relations Referred Instructing the Committee am Incorporations to incorporate the Holmes, Booth & Heyden Company of Waterbury. For the incorporation of the Improvement Society Of Had (Tim, and the 81msbury Agricultural Society. Validating the title of the Bosalind Park of Wood Stock. Inc3rporating Beading Bonn Associations. For the purchase of a portrait of William A. Buck ingham to hang in the bar library, the present one not being a correct likeness. Incorporating the Firemen's Benevolent Society of the use of Representatives' Hall to the State Board of Agriculture on the evening of February 17, for a lecture, passed . Appropristicg $100 each to Horace Heath and Rich ard I. Dwyer for extra work in the office of the Secre tary of State. Authorizing the town of Granby to pay Edward Fra ser certain money expended in the support of Stewart Fraser. Giving the preference to maimed soldiers in select ing messengers and doorkeepers of the House of Rep resentatives. Validating the votes of the town of Hamden at town meetings held October 6 and January 9. Amending the charter of the Windham County Fire Insurance Comnanv. Validating by-laws passsd by the town of Milford in re'ation to the taking of shell fish. Increasing the capital stock of the Merchants Loan and TruBt Company of WilHmantic. - Authorizing the House of Convocstion of Trinity uotlege to elect saaiuonai trustees. Incorporating the Hartford Bar Library Associa Hon. Authorizing the Connecticut Valley Railroad to lake land. Concerning map of boundary of the State, 'prepar ing outline map oi me buko ana ox ijong isiana Bound, to snow the Dounaanes proposed Dy the uom mtssloners. Instructing the Judiciary Committee to inquire and report a bill enabling married women to obtain pot- session of property in hands of their husbands, who have deeerteS them. Providing that if the Capitol Commission and con tractors on tne Duiiaing are unable to agree on uu amount due, or any dieputouisee in reference to set tlement they may snbmit their differences on the ap plication ox either to some lnamerent triDUnal. COMMITTEE REPORTS, The following committee reports were submitted : Bali roads Mr. Porter of Farmingion. chairman ; favorable on extending time for thrnaa, years for the Connecticut Central road to complete connections ; tabled for calendar. Cities and Boroughs Mr. Carpenter, chairman ; fa vorable on amending charter of State street horse reiiroad at new juaven : tabled lor calendar. Incorporations Mr. Mitchell, chairmau ; favorable on conBouaating missionary society or Connecticut Congregational churches, and also favorable on amending obarter ; favorable on amending charter of Hartford Theological Institute, and substitute bill re ported. Judiciary Mr. Stanton, chairman ; substitute lotion granting letters of administration on estate of Alice a. wooornn ; unxavoraoie on act validating voie of town of Griswold ; favorable on granting adminis tration on estate oi Darius Grant ; di:i concerning di vorces recommended. mvoRCB LAW. Mr. Preston of Tolland introduced a bill nrovidina that the Superior Court thall have exclusive jurisdic tion of all petitions for divorce and may grant di vorces to any man or woman for offenses committed by tne otner party for tne following causes : Aduiterv. fraudulent contract, willful desertion for three years witn total neglect oi auty, i even years ' absence, dor ing which period the absent party has not been heard from, naoitual intemperance, intolerable cruelty, sen tenoe to imprisonment for life, sny infamous crime involving a violation of conjugal duty, and punisha ble by imprisonment in the State prison, or any mis conduct wmcn permanently aestroys tne nappmess oi the petitioner and defeats the purpose of the marriage reiauon ; rfuaiciary. THE CAPITOL CONTRACT. Mr. Stanton introduced the following resolution in regard to the Capitol contract : Whdreas, 1 here is likely to be a difference between the state uapltol commissioners and the contractor to the legal construction and effect of eundry contracts relating to the building of the new Capitol and as to the compensation justly due said contractor for said wore. Resolved by this Assembly, That in the event said commiBBioners and said contractor shall fail to agree in regard to the matters aforesaid, the same may be submitted on application of either party to the final determination oi some lnamerent triDunai hereafter to be appointed by this Assembly for that purpose. The resolution was referred to the Committee on tho Capitol Grounds. BATTLE FLAG) DAT. Mr. Porter, of Farmlngton, introduced a resolution appointing tne Adjutant tteneralol tne Htate and gen eral Joseph li. Hawley a committee to secure the com pilation and publication or a complete record of the proceedings ox name r lag nay. togetner with Ilia ton cal sketches of all the State military organizations which were engaged in service during the war, the ex pense not to exceed $500 ; also that a copy of the re cord be appended to the Adjutant General's report for CALENDAR. Regular calendar buaines swas taken up, and the bill authorizing the Shore Ijine Bailroad Company to issue bonds, the amount not to exceed $200,000, six per cent interest, was psssed. The bonds are for thirty years, and tne interest payable anouallv or semi-annually, at the discretion of the Board of Di rectors. Mr. Belden, of Wilton, called from the table the act regolating flshinr, and after amendment it was passed. The House joint resolution extending the time of the Rldgefleld and New Tork Bailroad Company for the construction of their roadway until July 4, 1835, was reported favorably by theTGommittee on Railroads, Air. jrorter cuamnao, ana was perBBO. The act authorizing a snecial charter for the Peck. Stow 4t Wilcox Co. was 're ported favorably by the Incor porations Commute, Mr. Mitchell chairman, and was pasaea. The act relating to the Jurisdiction of ths Court of Common Pleas tor Fairfield county was temporarily tabled. The bill concerning insolvent debtors was reoorted unfavorably by the Judiciary Committee, explained by mr. BtantoH as oeing cumorous ana impracticable. ana rei-ciea. WINDHAM COTHTT COURTS. The bill in regard to the holding of courts in Wind. bam county was reported unfavorably by the Judiciary Committee. Mr. Stanton explained that the parties intereeted had appeared before the committee and had expressed a willingness to adjust the matter between luemseivee, ana so save tne Htate tne necessity ox in terfering. They wished the bills, which had oome over from the session of 1879, being House bille Nob. 101 and 255, continued till the next General Assembly. This u.uuuuu waa uiaue OI worn. SPECIFIC APPROPRIATIONS. House bill No. 323, from the session of 1879, was reported unfavorably by the Committee on Judiciary. Mr. Stanton stated that the committee had carefully considered the measure and did not think it for the pnblio interests to have it passed. Its aim was to re strict the expenditures of tne State in the same man ner that Congressional expenditures are restricted. On vote t lie dux was rejected. TEXT BOOKS FOB SCHOOLS. House bill No. 16, conoeminff text books for schools. was reported unfavorably by the Committee on Educa tion. Mr. uojyer, chairman of the committee, said the bill was considered undesirable. On vote it was rejected. THE OROTOW CENTENNIAL. Mr. Crump, of New London, called from the table the House joint resolution appropriating $3,000 for the centennial celebration of Groton Heights. Mr.Stanton stated that several members of the House were absent who desired to sneaK on the resolntion. and he hoped the gentleman from New London would not prees its consideration to-day. Mr. Crump said he had no wish to press the meas ure unless all members of the House were present who cirta io aiscoss i', ana wouta witnaraw the motion The bill was then continued on the table. Adjourned to Tuesday at 13 m. Tbe Court Record. Court of Common Plests Juttce Harrt- Thta court came in yesterday morning atO o'clock, The first ease heard was that of Raw Haven Chemi cal Company vs. Cullom. The action is one of trover to recover a carriage. The next esse waa that of Kdward B. Rowland vs. Daniel Healey. It is a disclosure of garnishee. Court of Common JPleaa JTndsTe Stod dtsrd. This court waa engaged yesterday in hearing the concluding arguments in the case of Goodsell vs. Hol-comb. City Court Criminal Side Jodre jPsw- dee. : John Reynolds, breach of li cense law, $7 fine and $8.08 costs. Peter Oa anion, selling without a licence, to February; 9. John T. Campion, selling without a license, to February 11. John McGarry, breach of pesos against Margaret MoGany, to February 9. City Court Note. In the City Court, yesterday morning, a Merlden nun, who acknowledged to the court that ha had been on a spree aiaaw Christmas, waa sent to jail fox a week. ,. t. , , -John Reynolds, charged with keeping Ida star and saloon open after midnight, settled by paying seven dollars and coats. Peter Cash-ion and John T. Campion, charged with breach of the lissnse law, had their eases continued. John McGarry was before the court on a charge of drrmrennees and assanltlng bis wife. He asked that his case be continued until to-day, which waa granted with the aasnrange by the court that if found guilty of assaulting his wife he would be sent to jail. . Baclabolx'a Hew Trial. The counsel for Buchholx General William B'i'tiH SmKk and Charles F. Bollmaa have 7 been aotlflid that Judge Loomia has secured a Superior Court judge to sit with him on the first day of the February criml nti term for Fairfield term, and try the case.' Court wDl be opened Tuesday, February 17, at 3 p. m. . , , ' Committee Caue. . The ease of Bliss at al. vs. Wolf waa partly argued before the committee yesterday. The case involves the real and personal property of the Horn Woolen Company at Beacon Fans, which cost about $500,000. There wen two mortgages upon the property, one of about $75,000 and a second of $106,000. This latter was foreclosed and General John Wolfe waa placed in possession. The holder of the first mortgage afterward foreclosed and hired General Wolfe to take charge of the "in for $2,400 a year. Something like $80 a month was spent for watchmen to look out for the property while the machinery was idle. The first mortgsgee ob tained a decree and deeded one-quarter of the proper ty to Wolfe, and Wolfe deeded him three-quarters of the whole. Soon after this had been consummated, Bliss & Allen, merchant of New York, turned up with a Judgment against the concern for $34,000 and over, about which the defendants knew nothing, aa they claim. General Wolfe waa in possession and refused to acknowledge the validity of the judgment. Bliss & Allen then sued him snd bis partner each to recover $50,000 damages, alleging that they had coniplred to defraud them. - This is the case now on trial before Judge Hall, of Bridgeport, and Louis H. Bristol, of this city, aa committee of tbe Superior court. - Tbe farmers' Club. A JPaper By Dr. Kote on Glanders and Farcy In Banes, The New Haven County Farmers' Club held a meeting in Sheffield Hall yesterday after noon, the president, J. J. Webb, in the chair. The president, at the opening, stated that it had been expeoted that Dr. O'SulIivan would read a paper on "Glanders and Faroy in Horses." He received word at a late hour that Dr. O'Snllivan had gone to Springfield, Mass., to attend to the practice of a veterin ary surgeon who had engagements with the State Board of Agrioultare and that he would be absent for a month or two. He saw Dr. Kose, the partner of Dr. O'Snllivan, at 11 o'clock, and he very kindly consented to read a brief paper on the same subject. President Webb then annonnoed that at the next meet ing a paper wonld be read by J. M. Hubbard, of Middletown, on "Farm Improvements." Dr. Rose was then introduced. He said that glanders and faroy in horses dates back to Aristotle. It is a malignant, fatal disease, the whole system being affected by poison. It hardly ever affects horses in cold or hot climates, bat only in temperate cli mates. This disease is more p-enerally seen in ill-ventilated stables. Glanders mas be in duced by the introduction of foreign matter and bad ventilation. The most common form of this disease is diabetes. ' The disease will spread by inoculation of the virus. It has been produced by transfusion of blood. In notes of the London College we have two oases of young men being affected by the disease by dissecting a house affected thereby. Tfie doctor then described acute glanders, which he said almost always proved f ataL Tbe swelling under the jaw and the discharge from the nostrils were sure indications of the disease. -In the chronic form we have the discharge from one or both nostrils, and the discharge mixed with a little blood gives us the premonitory symptoms of the disease. The horse eats well, the skin is dry and harsh, and as the disease advanoes the symptoms previously spoken of become more apparent. In acute glanders the symp toms appear suddenly. The difference be tween glanders and faroy is as to the location of the disease. As to the prevention of glanders, beside the killing of the animal, the stable should be thoroughly disinfected and cleansed, and then food should be given well salted, and chloride of potash should be used freely. Dr. Kose described a case of faroy he had in this city a day or two since, followed by symptoms of glanders. He ordered the horse killed, and presumed that it had been done. In closing the doctor said he had only been informed at 11 o'clock this forenoon that Dr. O'SulIivan would not be present, and a request made that he should read a paper. He hoped, therefore, that the club would ex cuse its brevity. Mr. T. S. Gold, secretary of the State Board of Agriculture, asked what dis eases most resembled glanders. The doctor replied that chronic catarrh and ulceration of the teeth were some times taken for glanders. He said that chron io catarrh might run into glanders by the surroundings of the animal and coming into contact with noxious vapors. There was very little danger, however, of glanders fol lowing ohronio catarrh. He said it was now admitted that glanders could, arise spontane ously in animals. He thought, however, that horses frequently took glanders from drink ing from watering troughs where horses af fected with the disease had 'previously drank. The doctor said he had known of twenty or twenty-five cases of glanders in this city dur ing his residence here. He supposed that tney naa Deen KUiea.as tnose were nis orders, invariably. The virous of farcy is not charged with that degree of poison that glanders is. In reply to Mr. Gold, the doctor said that it was not necessary that healthy horses in the same stable with a slandered horse should take the disease unless they came in contact with the virus. In reply to Mr. C. B. Foote, the doctor said that no oases are known of a man taking glanders from the breath of the horse. In oases where men have had it it has been by being inoculated by the virus. The symp toms of the disease in man are the same as in the horse, only more lingering. To Mr. Gold There is no oase on record where glanders once seated has ever been cured. Therefore, if horses said to have the glanders get well, I should say it was not a case of glanders. President Webb stated that he had had some correspondence with Mr. Oloott.the ag ricultural euitor or tne xianxora uourant, wno had promised to read a paper at some future time. Mr. Webb thought he would read a paper sometime in March. He also said that he presumed Dr. Kose would read another paper at the first meeting in March. He sug gested that a subject be named so that the doctor could have time to prepare himself. A gentleman suggested "Tuberculosis" as the subject, and this was agreed upon. President Webb suggested that more atten tion should be paid to the question box. There were a great many questions that were arising every day among farmers that they oouiu not, answer tnemseives, ana If tney would put their questions on paper and drop them in the box they would be answered by some one. Mr. Crofut, of Derby, presented a model for a stable floor, whioh vafia oonceded. to be an improvement over- old methods. Ad journed. State News. Wei De Meyer's iiTniranin. ISl .- II h,l I'T IW IW1 ui ii ioi imifn in U aAlUUUtiajL rran II til Cure. , A speedy and Certain Antidote for Catarrh, snnf lies. Colds in the Bead, In fluenza and Hronctaitle. A Constitution al remedy and absolute cure. Bold by an Druggists, or delivered by D. B. Dxwzr ft CotB Bey Street, N. Y., at $1.60 a package. Pamphlet) mailed free. . . ... ; '. . . Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Centaur Unlments, the World's great Paln-rellewlna; agents for Nan and Beast. OSMoThSaly "Deacon Aaron Thompson, the oldest man in North Stoningtoh, died on Wednesday at me age oi u. Mrs. John Griggs, living in Chaplin, an old lady of 88, fell down the cellar stairs one day last week, dislocating her hip and cutting her head severely. Brown & Bros', saw mill at Stafford Springs naa Deen Durnea. Aioss $3,000. rfully in sured. Gilbert Chaffee's bouse in the north ern part of Stafford was burned Tuesday. .trariiy luoureu. a. .n. Durrui s nouse at west ford was burned Tuesday night. Loss $1,500. Insured for $750. The Milford correspondent of the Nauga tuck Valley Sentinel says : "As far as we have been able to learn there is no foundation to the stories that have been circulated in re. card to the confession of the murder of Na than Fenn by a man named Aokerman who is reported to have died reoently in Massachu setts. The railroad commissioners will have a hear ing on the Kingsley road crossing over the Air Line road at Willimantlo. Februarv 21. The adjourned hearing on the adjustment of cranio oinerences Deiween tne Uonnecucut Valley and Central roads will be had March 2, before Commissioner Woodruff and ex-Commissioner Arnold as a committee of arbitra tion. Wednesday morning John Byan, a lad about fifteen years of age, employed in the polishing room of the Yale manufactory at Stamford, while engaged in washing off em ery wheels, was accidentally caught by a belt which almost instantly carried him np to a pulley on a main shaft where for a few mo ments he was held, receiving frightful injuries before the engine could be stopped. Distance Lends Enchantment I Mand had a fine figure, good face and pretty name. One should see her at a distance. When she began to talk, you realized that she never used Sozodont, Her breath wasnnlike the breezes of Araby the blest, f eb5 3teod ltw Danger Mlmals. Five eminent men have died within the past few weeks of Bright's Disease and many more will soon die of the same fearful destroyer be cause they do not take Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, the only sure remedy for this and other kidney and liver diseases. dl eod2w 2tw. . ... - From Hell to Heaven, Sometimes the pains of disease are so great that it seems as if they oonld not be bome,and sometimes the minor pains worry men and women into the grave by preventing rest and sleep. " Then the soothing influence of War ner's Safe Nervine is like translation from hell to heaven. dleod2w2tW Wee Reward I i We will pay the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Head ache, Indigestion, Constipation or Costiveness we cannot core with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when directions are striotly complied with. They are purely vegetable, ana never fail to cive satisfaction. Snear Coated. Laxce boxes, containing SO plus, 25 cents. For sale ; by all druggists. Also sent try mail on re oeipt of price. New England Pill Co., sole . manufacturers for the New Wnolnnrl States. Newburyport, Mass. - V slO frUhd ly i GLASS WARE. NOTWITHSTANDING the advance of 20 per cent, we continue to sell Glass Ware at the old prices, owing to the fact of having a large order in before the advance. Eavinir received 50 cases within the past week, we propose te give our customers a chance to buy Cafie stands or an sues, uign jsawis, woiets. Tumblers, and every variety of Glass Ware at a bar gain. Also a few Wt of those large size st-ne china Ewers and Basins at 85c ; do., do., common Bizs, 45c. Manhattan Study Lamp, nickel plated, $3.25. Also a foil una of Wooden Ware, Tinware, Brooms, Brashes, Table Mats, Silverware, and the largest line of Granite Tea and Coffee Pots in town. We also have Bain Xan tern, Hand Lanterns, Stand Lamps, Hand Lamps, Bracket Limps, Chandeliers, &o. And another invoice of those handsome American China Dinner and Tea Bets of 128 pieces, f IS. C. II. CLARKE CO., 90 Cliurcll Street, near Chapel St. Tbe best of Kerosene Oil. Oans called for and de livered. raeoa A. M. RICE, D. D. S., (GBAmTATK OF BAX.TXXOBE DSNTAX, COLLXGK,) Formerly with Dr. Stevens, has removed his office to No. 75 Orange Street, Five Doors South of Chapel Street. All operations in Dentist y performed to. the best manner at moderate prices - a2 tf Jewelry I Jewelry I New Goods ! New Goods ! AT STBEEIEB'S Old Established and Rsnswnsd Stand, Cases Re-filled and Ke-sitoctced. All Cooda of Choice Selections. Prices Low. BEAUTIFUL Gold and Silver Watches of well known and reliable makes. We can guarantee all our goods to be as represented. Have sold to thou aanda in this and neishborine towns. Plain Gold and Elegant Stone Rings in great profusion. Look at our Silverware Department oeiore pnrcnasing eieewuere. Thev are standard floods. Special attention to Watch and Jewelry Uepairinaj, and also to Engraving in ail Drancnss. ace tte wore ui ar welcome to can ana examine gooas. GEO. L. STREETER, Ja31 diw THE ONLY SVfEDlCBNE That Acts at the Same Time on ; THE LIVER, THE BOWELS, and the KIDNEYS. These preat organs are the natural cleans ers of the evstem. If t hey -work well, health will be perfect: If they become clogged, dreadful die eases are sure to follow with, TERRIBLE SUFFERING. Biliousness, Headache, Dyspepsia, Jaun dice, Constipation and Piles, or Kid ney Complaints, Gravel, Diabetes, ' Sediment in the Urine, Hilkjr f or Eopv TJrlne ; or Rhca matic Fains and Aches, are developed because the blood la poisoned with the humors that should havebeen expelled naturally. KIDWEY-WORT wfll restore the healthy action and all these destroying evils will be banished ; neglect them and yon will live but to aufler. Thousands have been cured. Tryltandyou will add one more to the number. Take It and health will once more gladden your heart. Why suffer longer from the torment Of an aching back? , Why bear such distress from Con stipation and Piles? Why be so fearful because of dis ordered urine ? Kidney-Wort -will cure you. Try apacK age at once and be satisfied. Risa dry vegetable compound and nna TMravAinji1iM six auarts of Medicine. Your Druggist has it, or tern get it for ... " a. it lanVj 1 fl you, JTLSlSl upon nuui'i'j w. - v-t N sttt.t.b tnrnATffisos ft CO.. ProerietOTt. I (Will send post pjud.) Burllnffton, Vt. LYMAN TREADWAY, Dealer In BOYNTON'S Portable and Brick Set Furnaces 8il!LJiS-i Cook, Parlor and Office Stoves BOlSTOJi'S New Elevated Oyen Bange, Our Favorite. - -J. - 1 . . , . r. -e -r s$rz ill QtXUgpLj Nos. 314 and 316, Old 1ST. 186 State Street. - Lyman Treadway. jaWtf . Coarse Salt Afloat. Barque Qulseppina B,20,- OOO bushels, will be at Long Wharf ; Uicharglng . until about Feb. 1st. - Xiow prices for delivery In bulk. J. D. DEWELL & CO., HTos. 233 to 239 State Street. a year to A (rents. OutIf tmt a. draas, J. IMti C, StJxmUJIo. S2S A Woiacrliil Coral 1 . A LadyBeaciud from a. jLlVlmar Grmve. Sawed cms Djr l ire. Graphic Descrip tion. Ullwlr of Sulphur. Ita Good QulillesandGoodTrorks. Corregpondene of Wtw Haven Sunday Union. WiNCSom Locks, Oojck., Jan. 2M, 1880. To tbe Editor of Tax Kaw Havks Ukiok. It Is not very of tan that we witness the railing of person from the grave, but we have had in this quiet town, what seems almost a xnlraole. Borne two or three yean ago His Martha Chandler, a much respected and well connected lady living here, attended a camp meeting held at Northampton. She contracted a hard cold and was taken with a severe at tack of bleeding at the longs, which as yon well know iB very dangerous. Several weeks' ensued befoie she could ba moved to her home, and from that time aha gradually failed, and In less than twelve month she was hopelessly siek with that dread monster consump tion. During the few months that followed ahe had frequent bleeding spells, until they were thirty times in number, increasing in pain and severity in each oase. Xast Spring she took to her bed, never expect ing to leave it alive, as her month and throat were very sore, and it was with difficulty that she oonld swallow even liquid, much less solid food ; it was simply tor. tore and she grew to be a mere shadow, with a distres sing cough and no appetite. At this time there appeared on the scene s visitor who told wonderful stories In regard to a medicine that would surely cure her, saying that the gentleman that made it was a modest druggist in Holyoke, Massa chusetts, by tbe name of Arthur. She had been given up by physicians, and also tried so many so-called Sure Cures" that she was almost Incredulous, but consented to try it, hoping for the best. The first bot tle she used helped her so much that ahe procured more, and finally, to make a long story short, after us ing twelve bottles she la to-day s wen woman, and as tonishes her neighbors by vieiting them aa of old, They look npon her aa one almost risen from the dead and the whole town are talking about it with wonder Now these are simple facts that occurred so publicly that I deem it s matter of public Justice to make s note of it. The medicine, I almost forgot to say, is called Arthur's Elixir of Sulphur," and from a careful in vestigation in this case, and incidentally many others, I am led to acknowledge it is a wonderful remedy in all cases of chronic colds, bronchitis, catarrh, con sumption, whooping cough and diphtheria. The mi king of an Elixir Is a difficult matter with sulphur, which is hard to dissolve. Yet it is such a valuable remedial agent that the chemists of centuries have en deavored to produce one, but it was left for this man Arthur, a druggist in Holyoke of twenty years stand ing to bring it about. To relieve your mind of the suspicion that I am in ths pay of this firm I would simply say Z am not, and would say that asy one desiring to investigate this case further, can write to Miss Chandler herself, or to our worthy druggist, Mr. J. W. Browning; who will gladly answer any questions in regard to the case. More anon, 'Buck. Richardson & Oo. and E. A. 'Whittlesey at wholesale and at retail by Druggists generally. o28 eod&wly BOWDITGH & PRUDDEN, MANUFACTURERS OF CHADBERSUITES 72, 74 and 76 Orange St. jasl ( Formertu Dr. Craia'8 Kidney Cure.) !A vegetable preparation and the only sni-e remedy in the world ibr BrlBbt's Disease, aiaoeaem una Auiinwuc;i . - Urinary Disease. s-Testimonials of the highest order in proof of these statements. tKFor the cure of Diabetes, call for War Tier's Safe Diabetes Cure. f"For the cure of Bric;rii's and thft other diseases, call for Warner's .Safe Kidney and Iiiver Cure. BWARNER'S Safe Remedies are sold by Druggists I and Dealers in Medicine every where. iH, H. Warner & Co. Proprietors. E0CHESTEB.N.Y. SSend for Pmplilt and TeBtim on ia.it. For saleHby Itichardaon & Co. and all other IDrug- gista. KNOW THYSELF. HE untold miseries that result frym indiscretion in early Uie may be alleviated and cured. Those who donbt this assertion shonld purchase the new medical work pubiisnea oy me mAuuui mivmuAij inoiiiriiv. oudiuii, entitled THE SCIENCE OF LIFE; or, ULf-FKKtr KRVAT105. Exhausted vi- tv. nervous andnhvsical debility ,or vitality impair ed by the errors of youth or too close application to Dusiness, may do resrorea ana iuaiuiuou regiuneu. Two hundredth edition, revised and enlarged, just published. It is a standard medical work, the beBt in the English language, written by a physioian of great experience, to wnom was awmruea a goia ana jnweieu medal by the National Medical Association. It con tains beautiful and Terr expensive engravings. Three hundred pages, more than 60 valuable prescriptions for all forms of prevailing disease, the result of many years ox extensive ana success! ui practice, eimer one nf which is worth ten times the nrice of the book. Bound in French cloth ; price only $1, sent by mail post-paid. The London Ianoet says : "No person should be without this valuable book. The author is a noble benefactor." An illustrated sample sent to all on receipt of 6 cents lor postage. The author refers, by permission, to JOS. S. FISH EXt. president : W. I. P. IN GRAHAM, vice-president : W. AINE, M. D.; O. 8. GATJNTT, M.D.; H. ). DOU- Uitl, Bo.. U- it. id. KLUNi;, JU. U. d. Xf. U TV . "XT T X VT-1IT -B.4- It It- -n Al1 'VKT 1 T M." . faculty of the Philadelphia University of Medi cine ana surgery ; aiso toe i acuity ox uie American University of Philadelphia ; also Hon. P.A. B!83ELL, M. u.. president ox tne national meaicai Association, Address Dr. W. H. OFl A X PABKEB.No. 4 Bulflnch 11 M2A A. Li Street. Boston, Mass. mTT VT I? F The author may be 1 1 IT Wit MJ MJ consulted on all diseases requiring skill and experi ence mu jm. iDfflwiy rffSMESTSE riCCCEBS! DR. S. W. FISKE, Off Norwich, Conn., Xbe Celebrated Clairvoyant inysician, And Magnetic Healer of 29 years practice, also Bust neas and Test Medium. WILL visit New Haven, Conn., four days in every month at the Tontine Hotel, where he can be consulted Monday evening, February 16th, Tues day, Wednesday and xnnrsaay, jreo. i tvx, ABtn ana lutn, ana nay, tne wtn, nnui a p. m. Office honrs from Qa, rn.to9v.rn. The doctor examines the sick at Bight, 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 tbe patient in a healthy condi tion. The doctor is also possessed with strong mag netic healing powers for the quick removal of all dis eases. He has been in active practice for over a quarter of a century, treating thousands of cases with remark able success. Medicines prepared expressly for each and every case and furnished very reasonable, and nothing poisonous given. The doctor docs not charge exorbi tant prices. Medicines will be furnished from two dollars upwards. AIbo sent to all parts of the country bj express wuen aesirea. The doctor can also read vour nast. nresent and fu ture destiny, and is one of the most astonishing seers oi ine present age xor nis tratnimness in reaaing tne most important events in one's life. He also has great success in selecting lucky numbers. Sittings for bue- inees an airs or examination ox tne bice, $i. uommu- nioaxions oy letter npon Dusiness or neaitn must con tain $ age, sex, a lock of hair, and stamp. Address Lock Box 1293, Norwich, Oonn. IVThe doctor can be consulted at the Sterling House, Bridgeport, Oonn., February 21st and 32d, and tne zjmi, until op.m, jaw asw to coartttrMKHs of SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. B riTH Improved machinery and facilities, we are y now ready to oompete-4or the above ooimnodt ttes against imported work for OASH. If consumers want that kind, they can have ONK DOOB, WINDOW Ajs low a price as dealersfpay for tbe same by.tlie car load. Catstom 55sde Work at "Very JLow Prices. Lewis & Beecher Company, lOO JEast Water Street, d&wtf New Haven, Oonn, FINE COFFEES A SPECIALTY. I would can particular attention to xor Cltoice Sc. . lections of Genuine Old Mocha, Old Government Java Maracalbo, , And Bio Coffees. "Mary trade in these goods Is constantly increasing, JjJL owing to then uniform superiority. All those who want a ood and genuine article will find en trial that Uae platce ao ares ths best C. H. GATLORD'S Canton Tea' Store, 417 State Street, Cor. Court St. ja2 WE HAVE JUST ORDERED A .Large Idne of mm mkl And to make room for the new stock, we will make tip to order for the next SO days any of our desirable Foreign and Domestlo Goods at greatly rednoed pri- HILDEBRAND & CO., Merchant Tailors, HTO. S3 CESTEI. STREET. Ja - - - :- ' BUYERS OF Boots ana Sloes C0SGR0VE OPENS THIS DAY MIS GREAT Closii Out Sale And Will Offer Some WoiirM Great Barw -IN- ODD AND BROKEN LOTS -OF- Good, Serviceable, Heavy Winter floods. Don't Pail To Oo And See film. Notwithstanding the fast that goods have advanoed at least 26 per cent, since the purchase of his present stock, be intends to close out his entire Winter Stock at the old prices. Remember These Advantages. Ton Jaave Uis largest stock and greatest variety of styles in New England to select from. Yon buy them cheaper than at any other store, and In addition to ail that, if yon purchase f 1 worth of goads or upwards, yon receive a ticket in his grand distribution of pres ents on March 1st. which may secore for yon from five to fifty times tho amount of your purchase, at COSGBOVE'S Great Boot and Shoe Store, Cor. Church and Crown St. ja!7 dfltw NEW HAVEN. GRAY'S SPECIFIC iUEDICINE,. TRADEMARK Tbe Great TRADEMARK EnglisU Kern ed ye, An ncfailing cure for Seminal Weakness, Sperma torrhoea, It poten cy, and all diseases that follow, aa a se quence of Self- Abuse : as Loss of i Memory. Universal BEFORE TAURfl.ntade f Pain AFTER TAKINB. the Back, Dimnaaa'" of Vision, Premature Old Age, and many other Diseas es that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and a Prema ture Grave. W Full particulars in our pamphlet, which we de sire to send free by mail to every one. VB Tbe Spe cific Medicine is sold by all druggists at $1 per pack age, or six packages for $5, or will be sent f ree.by mail on receipt of the money by addressing THE GKA MEDICINE CO,, No. 10 Mechanics Block, Detroit, Mich, W" Bold in New Haven by all Drnggists. Ja7 lydfcw BIOHABDSON & CO.. Wholesale Ag'ts. SLEDS. Rob!. B. Bradley & Go. Are offering this season A Larger and Better Assortment of Framed Sleds, Sleighs and Clippers, Than Ever Before. Our stock comprises Boys' and Girls' Framed Sleds, In great variety of Btylee and size Clippers or Coasters, Of several Ufferent Patterns and Bizoe, AND Children's Sleiglis. All of which are well-made and Elegantly and Attractively Finished. We also sell the Best Snow Shovels In market. AasnuPatent and Wentworth's Pa tent. Lowest Cash Prices. ROBT.B.BRADLBY& CO., 406 and 408 State Street, dlS diw NEW HAVEN, CT. IvCDRAL' GUIDE: A beautiful work of 10O Pases, 1 Colored Flowei Plate, and 500 Illnstrations, with Descriptions of the best Flowers and Vegetables, and how to grow tnem. All for a Five Cent Stajit. In English or German. VICK'H SEEDS are the best in the tnortd. Five Cents for postage will buy the Floral Guide, telling how to get them. The Flower and Veeetable Garden, 175 Pages, Sir Colored Plates, and many hundred Engravings. For 50c. In papercovers;$l in elegantcloth. In German or English. VIck'sIHustratedMonthlyMaeazlne 32Pages, a. Colored Plate in every number and many fine Engrav ings. PrieeS1.25ayear;FiveCopiesfor$5.00. Specimes slumbers sent for 10 cents ; S trial copies for 25 cents, address. JAMES VICE, Eocheater, N.Y. The PUREST, HEALTHtEST, BTRONOE8T and BEST BAKIHC POWBatft In the world. We solicit an unpreiu-iiced coyoarinon with ANY other kind. tSU.-,5SABSTEEO FREE FROM ALUM OR AKYT!if2a UNH2ALTK FUL, and warranted to give perfMjt satis faction. Ask your Crooer for CZAR BAK.IMQ POWDER and tKe r:o ot?r kind, AS THE BSST 13 THS CHSAPSPT. Manufactured bv ISTKELK as EMERY, New Ha- ven, Oonn. . - a eodftwgm nS."lETHTJB KABSDEN, Attorney and Counsellor at Ijaw IS LAW OHA1CBKBS, VKW HATXK, OOHH., COMMI88IONBB OF DKEDS, for New York. Mas sachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Oeorgla, Florida, Horth Oarohna, South Carolina, Cal ifornia, g. Bhode Island, Iowa, Hew Jersey .Min nesota, Ohio, fjonslana, ate. fcc Collections made in all parts of the United States, at lowest Bates, through reliable oorrespondants. f2tf B. P, ABVINE, A1TOIBOBT AT LAW, Rooms 9 and. 11, t Church St. Chas. S. Hamilton, Attorney and Counselor at XAwt t XAX.9 HATIOHAI, BAKK BtHX,DIW(J, Corner of Chapel and State sts. notary PnbUt, apstf Raw Haven, Oonn, Minnesota Venison. Prime Stock Just Received Direct From St. Paul. Also a .Fresh lHt of Grouse, Western Qnail, Ohio Ducks, Turkeys and Chickens. Frisbie & Hart, S50 and 352 State Street. jalS Reduced Bates to California. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Cstbln, Steerage, From New York to San Francisco, Cal. Bunnell & Scranton, f5 AGENTS. 75. 33. HF0RMAT10K FORTHE AFFLICTED f CLUB St INfiRCWINGNAnSJfcajs JBLA-BD AND SOFT CORKS. f 1 1HJC8E painful difflonltiea sre a mystery to medi H cal science. They oome from wearing tight boots and shoes, also from loose ones ; they come where they please and when they please, and stsy as long as they please, and nothing will remove them without causing pain so effectually aa the treatment demonstrated by DR. WELCH, XO. 270 CHAPEL STBEET. BUNIONS. Where the skin has become hard, crusty, and so overcome the natural skin as to give rise to roots that branch oat in all directions, pinhead corns often ap pear, indicating several piths attached to the bone. These painful difficulties are easily remedied without causing pain by Dr. Welch, 270 Chapel St. Ulcerated Joints Are a most trying disease of the feet, occasioned by long continuance of nardened excrescences growing over tne bone, nnder which forms fnngna virus and suppuration, often breaks and becomes a running sore from the bone, with great suffering. In most ca ses the patient requires constant attention, and such are remarkably treated by Dr. Welch, No. 270 Chapel Street. Enlarged, Inflamed, Diseased and Tender Joints. Hand reds of ladies and gentlemen suffer untold misery, and it is brought on invariably by a compress ion of the joints, causing inflammation in and around the socket, causing the joint to enlarge, with constant pain. Ihese complaints require experience and some times long treatment in their cures, but are easily con trolled by DR. WELCH, 270 CHAPEL ST. Ingrowing Kails. This most painful disease, by long standing, be comes obstinate and requires Btudy and practice in its success! ui cure. Ulcerated Nails. Where has formed f nnaus and proud flesh, with great pain, walking Increases suffering until positive rest is entirely dispensed with. The patient ahould consult persona who by virtue of years of experience are prepared to pass oorrect judgment and apply the ngnt treatment m every case, xne moss critical case OI ims fciliti Buccesaiuiiy treated oy Dr. Welch, 270 Chapel St, CLUB NAILS. The glands often become ulcerated and the nerve swollen causing great suffering. This is a branch of feet diseases which are suc cessfully treated by DR. WELCH, 370 CHAPEL STREET. DR. WELCH Rnmnvea Corns nnder the nails. Warts or Moles on the head, face or hands, Birth Marks, Blotches, Black Headed Bing Worms, Proud Flesh,- Freckles, Tan, Math Patches, Dry, Bough Skin, Old and Lingering Soree compelled to heal, Chilblains and Frosted Feet and every case SUCCESSFULLY TREATED. CONSULTATION FEEE. Office Honrs from 8 a, m. to 8 p. m. . Sundays from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. tJ8B Dr. Welch's Chilblain Lotion, a sure cure for Ohil slains, Excessive Perspiration, &c Dr. Welch's bunion Ointment. Tip. Welcb'a Oorn and Bunion Plaster. Dr. Welch's Ingrowing Nail Remedy. Sure Core if directions are strictlv observed. Persons desiring treatment at a distanoe should en close $i ana stamp lor remedies ana inu inionnauon, ACJEJfTS WASTED In every city la New Enarland. . (ISO to T5 per n&oiitU' Gall or address with stamp DE. WELCH, CHIROPODIST, J13 270 CHAPEL STREET, New Haven, Conn- The Marvelous ORH! Our Itatest Departure ! A Beed inatrnment which enables any one. whether nnderatandinff nmain or not. to Plat sny desired mel ody or harmony, sacred or secular, from the mosr plaintive dirge to the liveliest danoe music, witn fault less expression, surpassing the execution of the 1 most hij?hlv educated and finished performers. It is excel. lent in tone, possessing a mechanism of marveloua simplicity, requiring but the intelligence of a child to manipulate, yet capable of reproducing the musical compositions of the past, present and future. Call atnd see for yourself. J. HAI NES & C04, SOLE AGENTS, Office snd Salesrooms, Chapel Street, Cor. Temple, 'Open day and evening. Room 6. dl8 3m : . At "WlnslOT. M. Lamu'i Cash Grocery Store, ; 143 George, cor. College BU TWO tons Butter on hand and ' to arrive, quality good, selling for 80o lb. Oar load extra nice Ear ly Hose Potatoes selling Wo. Two very desirable Ten Mimt, an rant, waetern nart of citv. Also at mv Live- I- ry Stables for sale, 15 to 20 vehicles of various kinds, to mase room ror new ana ugnter wura. jaaa ITFM What the Shoos Cost to Manufacture. ; .. ' , v ' ""-'!:- 'UJq;?'. We have thrown them into the Winter Sale at One Oonar ant Ninety-nvB Cents -FOB- ; ; BTJSrNEBS OPENING AST OPPOBTUK1TT for s man I hat can control a small amount of money, or for two young men to engage in, who are not' afraid of work if they can realixs good security for their time snd money in vested. For full Information can on or address, GEO. A. I8BELL, Offloe opr. Htate A Flm street, (Todd's Block.) tO $66 a week in your own town. Terms snd fS outil free. Address H. Hituri si Co., Portland, Ms FREE NBW and Sdentifio cure for lVTfM Debility, without Medicine, from whatever eaue. Mailed CiinlatiDg librae CALL and get the last new books by Krs. Wiatar, Holmes, Stevens, Karyatt, Wood, Braddon, Bur nett, HowelL Fleming, Aloott, Ouida, Soe, Prentiss, Whitney, Knot, Troliope, Robinson, and a host of oth ers. All the society novels, travels, adventuresses soon as published. Books called for and delivered when desired. N, B. The best help furnished aa usual. . L. B. BARTHOLOMEW, -g 76 Orange Street, Key Wen tJiKars TTTK HA Tat Just received 30,000 of onr celebrated W Margarita, Key West Cigars. Prios 4.00 per hundred. - ' "f JaSl . X. B. KALI. SON. LADIES' AMERICAN KID, STRAIGHT GOAT AND FINE PEBBLED GOAT BUTTON BOOTS, Regardless of every thing, but that they shall be sold ; and One Dollar and ftlnety-five Cents sells them. We have to day added to this pile oi goods, we can no better describe it, over five hundred pairs more, all desirable goods, worth in many cases double the money, at One Dollar and ninety five Cents. FRENCH KID. We have to-day concluded to put into this sale our French Kid Button, all that are soiled, or from any cause not as fresh as newly.made goods, together nearly four hundred pairs. We give full description of hinds and pri' ces in the local notice column of this paper. Two Dollars and Thirty Cents should clear them off in six days. ANOTHER BARGAIN. We found yesterday at a manufactory with whom we largely deal, 150 pairs of misses' Fine Kid Sutton Boots, fresh goods, all widths and sizes. We shall sell them from our window at $1.85. They are worth $3.00. Also lOO pairs of liadies' K.ow Button and Newport Tiesat$1.00; odd sizes and widths. Bead the notices, and come to our place of business for verification. 1 CI III, f7 FINE CARRIAGES FOR FAMILY USE. LATEST STILES IN Jjandaus, LandauletB, Ber lin. Coaches, Coupes, Broughams, Victorias, and Six-Passenger Kockaways, All strictly first-class. Warranted to give perfect satisfaction. H. KILLAM & CO., ,oi5 tf New Haven. Conn. A Positive Cure WITHOUT MEMCIHTES. Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies. PATENTED OCTOBER 16, 1876. ONE BOX No. 1 will cms any case in four days, or less. No. 3 will cure tbe Most Obstinate Case, no matter of bow long: standing;. NO nauseous doses of Cubeba, Copaiba or Oil of Sandalwood, tbat are certain to produce dyspepsia by destroying- tbe coatings of tbe tomacb. Price f.1.50. Sold by all Druggists or mailed on receipt of Price. For f urtbey particulars send for C ire ill ar. P. O. Box 1,533. 3. C. ALL.A-" CO., No. 83 John Street, New York. We offer 500 Reward far any case tbey will not cure. 4IIICK, 8AFE AND 8VRE CURE. n21 ly BRONZE CHANDELIERS! FOR LAMPS. NEW DESIGNS ! ELEGANT PATTERNS ! A Fall Assortment Just Received. Mm Lamps ! Mm Lamps ! Ornamental andjTJsefuL. Welcome Light Oil, the Best In the Market. Standard Crockery and Fancy De signs Received Every Week. sJOHX BRIGHT, 40S CHAPEL STREET. n26eod OPP. THE GEEK N. WANTED, 8391 CLOTHES WRITODRS to repair. BY GBOBQB D. LAatB, THE WEIKGKB MAN, 199 Cbapel Street, Where yon ean find the best Clothes Wringers, Carpet Sweepers, Washing Machines, Flntlnf? Machines, lea and Coffee Pots, Sranlte, Iron and Britannia Ware, Tin, Crockery, Glass and Wooden Ware, American and Imported Baskets. Oil and Gas Stoves, and a large va riety of nrst-dass Honse Furnishing Goods at low pri ces, tv Xry Richardson's Original I -.it-tie wasber, the bestlnnse. dCd&wly INVENTORS. JOHN E. EARLE, No. 3SO CJlapel Street, ITEW.HAVEN.OONN Gives his seraonal attention to nroonrlnc Patents for Inventions IS THE United States & Foreign Countries. APSAOTIOK of more than fourteen years, and f reanent visits to the Patent Offloe haa Riven him a familiarity with every department of, and mode of proceeding at, the Patent Ottos, which, together with the fact that he now visits Washington semi-monthly to give his personal attention to the interests of his cli ents, warrants him in the assertion that no offloe in the armntrv la able to offer the same facilities to Inventors in semiring their inventions by Letters Patent and particularly to those whose applications have been re jected an examination of which he will make free of onarge. Preliminary examination, prior to application for pa tent, made at Patent Offloe, at a small charge. His faculties for procuring Patents in Foreign Coun tries are nneaneled. Refer to more than one thonaandjclients for whom he has urocuraa Letters Patent. H aiw I The Highland and Winthrop .Portable Ranges. THE largegt,most;perfect and simplest on the market. They; are the most even bakers ever maae. bom oy W. T. Cannon & Co., al 380 State Street, near Chapel. N Bloater Mackerel. EW Bloater Mess Mackerel, extra large and.' fat best we have seen for several years. 12 GILBERT THOMPSON. Heavy Forging. WE HAVE the beet facilities for doing all kinds of Heavy Steel and Iron Forgings, Drop Work, Machine Jobbing, Planing, Lathe Work, etc. Prloea sua estimates given on application. Mansfield Elastic Frog Co., Consrress Ave. and Daarirett St., P O. Box 1,014. . Mew Haven, Oonn, anlltf GOOD NEWS! Fresh Arrivals of Clour. Grain and Feed ALA.R0E supply or the above goods,some of them at reduced prices, owing to the depression of the markets during the last few days. I am dally adding new enstomere to the long Hit of old ones, making bu einess lively while others complain of 41 dull times" In trade. This chows that the pnblio appreciate my way of doing business, via : Xbe bene of foods and uniformly araa.ll profits Try the New Pro cess Lin Beed Meal, the cheapest and best feed for cows and all other kinds of stock 150 and 153 State Street. Housatonlc Bailroad "HEW lalOTB." Through Can Between Bridgeport and Albany. Shortest, Quickest and Oheapes' x&ouie lor Aio&ny, Troy, Sar atoga, and tbe West. V1BDVV1VD ITOITWO ieave Bridgeport for albas y, Saratoga and " J" . w:iu m. (npon arrival or vtss a.m. 5?itali,rS5l3rHT)WI',"I THKOIIMH CAS POR AL.DA1VT, arriving at J: 50 p. ?,V-ArriTfTlVt8,8:5P- m.; eonnsoting at Albany with 8:10 9. m. Popular Onieaoo and St. Lonis xpreaa, arriving In Chicago 7:0 the nex n. m. Leave BBIDGKPOBT at 4:58 p. m. (oonneotlns with t- . .uu. rw u.tbu) arriving in Albany 10:05 n. m.. Saratom 13:so niffha. BETVKH I m THROUGH C A K leaves Al. oany .1 o:u a. m., arriving in asnagepori 12:3 noon, New Haven 1:10 p. m. Thronsth Tickets sold and Banrage Oheeked at Raw Haven Passenger Depot for Pittafield snd si Honsatonio Stations, North Adams, Albany, Troy and Saratoga. a. o. A VEKIL.IJ. oeneral Ticket Agent. L. B. STILLSON, Aoting Bnperlntenden Bridgeport, Oonn., Nov. 10, 1879. Kew York, New Haven and Hart ford Railroad. ON and after Mondav. Hav 13th. lfrTD Traina leave New Haven aa f nllowa :88 a. m.. (this train stons at Milford.( l;sn n. m.! S:SS, S:3fl, 8:10 p. m. Washington Night Bxprea. via Harlem Blver Branch, ll:40 p. m., (daily ex cept Hnndays) stops at Bridgeport, Sonth Norwalk, Btamford. Aooommodation, C:H0, 7:25 s. m., 12:03 noon, : and 6:4U p. m. Train for Bridgeport a 7:80 p. m. SUNDAY EVENING TRAIN for New York win leave at 8:16 p. m., arriving at Grand Central Depot a 11:90 p. m. FOB HABTFORD, MIDDLETOWN, NBW BBITAIN - SPRINGFIELD, BOSTON and the North Express 3:80 a. m., (daily except Mondays) for Hartford, stopping atMerlden. This train goes from Hartford to Boston via WUlimantio and Pntnam. Ao oommodntion 8:16 a. m. for Springaeld. Express 10:88 a. m. for Merlden. Berlin, New Britalnr Mm dletown, Hartford and Springfleld. Aooomm., 10:48 a. m.,for Merlden only. Express 1:21 p. m., for 8prlngneld.Btops at Hartford and Merlden on ly. Aooommodation, 8:12 p. m. for Springne'd. Express 6:28 p. m. for Merlden, Berlin, New Brit ain, Middletown, Hartford and Sprlngneld. Ao. eommodation :16 p. m. to Hartford, oonneota for New Britain and Middletown. Aooommodation 8:10 p. m. for Sprlngneld. Express 12:00 mid night for Merlden. Hartford and Springaeld Sunday, express 12:07 midnight for Merlden, Hartford and 8pringfle!d. FOB NEW LONDON, PBOVTDENOE, NOBWIOH BOSTON and the East. Express trains at 12:s' midnight, and 8:27 p. m. Aooommodation train at 8:08, 10:40 a. m., 6:86 p. m. Special to Guilford at 8:20 p, m., stopping at all stations. Daily. . x. M. BEED, Vioe President. my26 Boston & New York Air liiae KB. BtkS3WU On and after MONDAY, Maroh 24th Sife5?idai879. trains will ran as follows : 8:04 a. m. TBAIN for Wilhmantlo, oonneots at Willi mantlo with trains of the N. Y. ft N. E. and N. L. N. railroads, arriving in Boston at 1:16 p. m. Providence 13:26, Worcester 12:27 p. m.. and Norwich at 10:80 a. m. 10.-45 a. m. TBAIN for Willimantlo, connecting at WU limantio with N. Y. ft N. K. and New London Northern Ballroads. 6:30 p. m. TBAIN for WUlimantio, connecting at Willi, mantle with New London Northern U., B., for Norwioh and New London. . Trains leave TomervlUe for Colchester at 9:60 a. m.. 1:06 and 7:80 p. m. Leave Ooloheeter for Toraerviile at 9:26 and 10:60 a, m., and 6:20 p. m. Trains oonnect at Middletown with the Oonn. Valley Bailroad for Saybrook and Hartford. See Posters. t. H. FBANKLIN, ma36 Bnparlntendent. New Haven and Northampton Kallroad. WHMffiiaiJ On and after Monday, Nov. 26th, 187 Trains will leave New Haven at T: 10 at m 10::tS sv. in., and SKs8 p. m. for Plainvllle New Hartford, Westneld, Holyoke, Easthampton Northampton and Williamsbnrg. Trains will arrive from the above points at 9:16 m., 1:86 p. m. and 8:06 p. m. Close Connections. At Plainvllle with trains east and west on New York snd New England BB. At Pine Meadow with Oonn. Western BB. At Westneld with Boston and Albany BB. At Northampton with Conn. Biver B3. For particulars see small Time TaKoa at the ofnoe snd depots, EDWABD A. BAY, Oeneral Ticket Agent. New Haven, Nov. 25th, 1878. n26 New Haven and Derby Bailroad 1 On and after WEDNESDAY, May 16th 1878, Trains will run as follows : LEAVE NEW HAVEN, At 7:10 and 10:00 a. m.; 2:00, 4:60 snd 6:16 p, m, LEAVE ANSONIA, At 8:40 and 9:04 a. m.; 12:50, 8:10 and 7:26 p. m. Connections are made at Ansonia with passenger trains of the Nangatnok railroad, and at New Haven with the prlnolpal trains of other roads centering there. E. B. QUINTABD, Bnp't. New Haven, May 14, 1878. myI6 NA0GATUCK KAIIiKOAO. COMMENCING MAY 16, 1878, trains ill rnn as follows: ING NORTH Lkavs BnmosrOBT. 7:80 a. m. Milk Train for Winsted. (7:00 Snndsya.) 10:00 a. m. Passenger Train for Winsted, oonneoting at Derby from New Haven; at Waterbury for Bristol and Hartford and Watertown, 10:30 a. m. Freight Train for Winsted. 2:60 and 6:65 p. m. Mixed Traina for Waterbury, re oelving passengers from New Haven at Ansonia. 4:60 p. m. Passenger Train for Winsted, connecting at Derby from New Haven, at waterbury Watertown. GOING SOUTH Leavs WATauuron. gt.-OO a. m., 9:00 a. m. Freight Trains. 8:17 and 11:50 a. m., 2:26 p. zn. Passenger Trains, B "I p. m. Milk. On Sundays a mUk train 6:25 p. m. Stages for Litchneld leave Litchfield station on arrival of all trains. Freight traina have passenger accommodations. GEO. W. BEAOH, Snpt. Bridgeport, May 18th, 1378. myM a21 dftw JOHN KERLEY. Please Read Price , List for this Week. FBES HEggs, warranted 25c. a dozen; Limed Egg,20c do. ; best Orange Co. Butter, 30o. lb.; good cook ing Butter, 15c. lb.; best Porterhouse Steak, 16c.; Loin 14c. ; Bound, 10c. and 12s. ; Boasts, 80., 10o., 12c.; Sparerib, 83. and 9o.; Corned- Beef, 4c., 6c., 80. and lOe. ; best Early Bose Potatoes, 66c. bmb, ; best Yellow Tnrnlps, 35c bnBh. ; ISO bush. Oarrots at 60c. s bnah. ; best Marrow Fat Beans, 80. sqt. ; fresh Herringe, salt do. by the barrel or sola at retail ; fresh Haddock, 6c a lb. less by the quan tity received fresh every day from Boston. Peddlers supplied at Boston prion. S. Mealy & Co., Cor. Oak St. and Congress Ave., Established 1847. (d!9) HBALY'B BLOCK. To All Whom It May Concern. TJ E. FOWLXB is the only authorised Licensee M . of the TTnftad Nickel Co.. who is privileged to do Job plating In ths city of New Haven. "TV -VTY Ti TJ T"a VT. ATI By A. J. Fokbss, Agent, ja!4 $72 a WRRt. S12 a dav at home easily made. Oostly outfit free. Addrsaa Tans ft Co.. Augusta, Me Pnblio Information. rwXBAT most exoellent speeUlo for Nervous and Gen. 1 eral DebiUty, Paralyais, Dyspepsia, etc, Dr. San. ear's Eleatherios Tonic, can be found, wholesale or re- r.. n . wii iiirfH.fJIBTa TMtln,nnlala m. mu, vi. -l"-, 1 f onkied, . f 1ATHEY GAYLUl? Diseases of the sexn al orpans, recen t or ohronio, are promptly cure I by JVlathey Car lus' dtpenlea; used for ever 25 rears by the leading physicians Of Europe and America. I A TlflTTT nCi Bold 6LIH CIZ, , U KXl I.KXlTery. Paris. where. E I tOfl Par dsy at home. Samples worth tsjfree S 18 w'iU Address BrrssoM fc Co., Portland, Me. ICarriaKes and "Wagons Tor Sale. , BEACH WAGON, also a-seat Boekaway, three Beoond hand Phaetons; Top Carriage, ahifting top, patent hand Waffona and Oarrlaffes Bepairin g of all klnda promptly attended to and at he Lowest Prices. Carriages and Wagons Stored and Bold on Commission. Ja2 P. IN, 104 HOWE STBEKT. Piatt's Patent Buckwheat. c TONS fresh reoslved this morning, for sale to the Ss trade at mill prloea, freight added. , lSl E. E. HALL SON. Steamboat Line for New York. Pare $1, Including Berth. Tickets for alio K.ouni Trip, SL.50. p -aS. Th SteamerO. H. NOBTHAM, Oapt. JVmtv J O. Bowns, will leave New Haven at 12:00 p. m., Sundays excepted. Staterooms sold at Berkele & Curtiss', 109 Church street, near OhapoL Steamer CONTINENTAL, Oapt. F. J. Peek, leaves New Haven at 10.15 a. m., Sundays exoepted. FROM KEW YOBK The C. H. NOBTHAM leaves Peck Slip at 8 p. m., and the CONTINENTAL at 11 o'clock p. m., Sundav1 exoepted. Sunday Nitrbt Boat for If aw York. The Steamer NW HAVEN, Oapt. Snow, leaves New Haven at 11 p m. Btaterooma sold at the Park House and Elliott House. Tickets are sold and baggage checked through to Philadelphia, (both routes) Baltimore and Washington S20 JAS. H. WABD, Agent. Royal Bf ail Steamers, tisw Yorkto Queenstown snd Llvsniaol livery XJbursdsvr or Satnrdatv. Tons. OITY OF BSBLIN, 6491 CITY of BIOHMOND4007 OITY OF CHE3TEB, 4S66 OITY Of MONTBE AL 4490 Tons OITY Of BBT788SLS, 8776 OITY of NEW YOBK 8600 OITY OF FABIS. 8081 OITY of BROOKLYN 2811 Theee magnlfloent steamers, built in watertight com partments, are among the strongest, largest and fas est on the Atlantic The saloons are luxuriously furnished, especially well lighted and ventilated, and take np the whole width of the ship. The principal staterooms are amid ships, forward of the engines, where least noise and motion Is felt, and are replete with every oomfort, hav ing all latest improvements, doable berths, eleotrlr bells, Ao. The cuisine has always been a specislts of this Line. Ladies' cabins and bathrooms, Gentlemen's erooklafl snd bathrooms, Barbers' shops, pianos, libraries, ate., provided. The Steerage accommodation cannot be exoelled Passengers of this class will find their oomfort and pri vacy particularly studied, and the prorlalonlng nnsar passed. For rates of passage and other information, apply JO!i . DALE, Ajrent. Or 81 Broadway, New York. Edward Downea, 839 Chapel street. W. Fitapatrlok, 117 Grand street. Bunnell & Goran ton, 206 Chapel street. John W. Bums, 402 Ohapel street. P. gforrlaaey, 84 Church rtreet. f? Statin's Naw Haven Transportation Llns Oommenoins Wednesday, Sept. 4th. 1878. - m? The JOHN H. STARIN, Ospt. McAl sAStsffiKilster. will leave New Haven si 10:lfi d. xru on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Ieava New xorz at p.m. every oionaay, weaneeaay ana jmasy. The ERASTXia CORNING, Oapt. Spoor. hs reoent ly had thirty new rooms added and is in flrst-clasa shape for carrying passengers, will leave New Haven at 10:15 p. m. every Monday, Wednesday .and Friday. Iieave New Yorfit at 9 p. m. every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Only Sunday night boat from New York. JFare rednoed to $1, including berth in cabin. vx.aru, ssatsroom, Tickets for the round trip. $1.60. Fn&a Ooaob leaves the depot at 8:10 p. m. Irsavo corner Church and Ohapel streets every half hoar commencing 8;80 p. m. xioReXM soia ana oaggmge cneocea to irnuaaeipnu. Freight billed to the West at Now York rates. Special freight rates to Philadelphia. Baltimore and Washington. Boats land foot of Oortlandt street, dose to Penna. and New Jersey Central 3, R. Ferry. Baggage trans (erred free. Tickets and Staterooms can be purchased at Tontine Hotel, at Bd. Do woes', 339 Onanel at., and at Downea News Agency, SSI Ohapel Street. Staterooms for Sunday night boat can be obtained W. A. Syaulding's drug store, 89 Church street. w. jb. an i.iiffig, agent, new uaven. W.0.Ka2B08, Oeneral Agent, Pier 18 North Bl ver, New York. s8 COLLARS AND CUFFS. A fall stock constantly on band. Snirts made to order at two days notice. THI3 SEW lilVSI SHIRT COMPANY. 235 Spel mtreeU WILLIAM A. WRIGHT ATTOltNEY-AT-LAW, Office, No. 1 Benedict Building; 0OBNEB OH0BOH AND CBNTKBTBT6J Honrs 9 aw an. coJS'p. spl For The Most Artistic Photos In tbe City, go to FACH'S STUDIO, Cor. Cnapel and College Streets. dUSm Kew Haven. Holiday Coods. At Nepel's, The J eweier, GENT for tbe celebrated Saltsman Watohea, DIa monda and Fin. Jewelrv a speolalty. Also fla olid Oold Obaini lor ladles and gentlemen, st v ra, 'a iAHLiUtt d ivaa, 63 Gaanb Stree " Opposite Post O "