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Tuesday Worulus, Feb. 10, 1880.
LOCAL NEWS. Tor otfcar Local Hews mm Seoond;Pa( , The Court Record. Supreme Court Decisions.. The following Buprem. Court decisions were re ceived br Arthur D. Osborne, clerk of the Supreme Court, yf Btcrdlj : Bartholomew Hesly vs. City of Hsw Haven ; bill insufficient ; ressans r-y Judge Carpenter. This was s bin in equity to reeorer H5,000 for damage to property by the regredlnf of Congress avenue. All other methods failed the petitioner. Edward S. Rowland vs. Apothecaries' Han Camps ny; new trial denied; reasons by Judge Loomis. This was an action to reoorer for notes issued by Dr. 17111101 W. White as treasurer of the defendant com pany. The defense was that he was not authorized to make them. Judgment in the civil side of the City Oourt by Judge Pardee was for the plaintiff to reoorer $37170. Superior Conrt Civil Side Jndffe Col ver. Tola oourt came in yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mary Frink of East Haven from Calvin Frink of Norwich, on the ground of desertion. Married Au gust 31, 187. The nsms of the petitioner was changed to Mary Bush. Ellen r. Mallory, from Willis B. Hallory of East Haven, on the grounds of Intemperance and cruelty. Married September 1860. Three minor children were awarded the plaintiff. Catherine A. Barrett, from Edward Barrett, both of this city, on the grounds of intemperance and adul tery. They were married February a, 1817. A di vorce was granted last year, but the decree was opened and there was a hearing by A. D. Osborne as a commit tee. The care of three minor children was awarded to the petitioner. ' Court adjourned until this morning at 10 o'clock. Coanoflman Town send thought the Board of Health had supreme power in all in attars oonneoted with the health of the city, and read from the charter in proof of his state ment. Ooanoilman O'Connor thought that as the Board of Health had no power to make contract, they had no right to amend one af ter it was made. Councilman Ooocan reduced his motion to writing, and it was read. Ooanoilman Pickett moved an amendment that the Corporation Counsel be requested to give his opinion as to the powers of the Conrt of Common Oonnoil in the matter. - - Councilman Xownaend moved that the Cor poration Counsel be requested to give his reasons for his opinion. moth or tnese amendments were aoeeptea by the mover of the original motion. Ad journed. After adjournment there was considerable disoussion as to whether the president placed the motion as amended before toe bouse tor nnai adoption. The prevailingopinion appeared to be that he did not. Kaon being the case the resolution as amended fails and the work will have to be performed over again. Court ol Common Pleas-Judge II iurl- This court was in session yesterday and heard argu ments in the case of Edward's. Bowland vs. Banifj Healy. The plaintiff garnishsed Asa A. .Hubbard for money due him by the defendant. The court found that the garnishee was indebted to the amount of $144.10. In the case of New Haven Chemical Company vs. Patrick Onllom, Judgment was rendered for the plain tiff to recover SIS damages and costs. ' Court adjourned to Thursday at 10 a. m. Court of Common Pleas Jndfre Pardee. In the case of John Flaherty vs. Samuel P. Crafts, Judge Pardee yisterday rendered judgment for the defendant. The suit was for a pig valued at $30. It was first tried before Justice Horaoe Tuttle, of Ham den, who gave Judgment for the plaintiff. City court Criminal Side Judge fajr dee. Thomas H. Bmlth, breach of the Sunday law, con tinned to February 10; Peter Caahlon, breach of the license law, continued to February 13 ; James Barnes, injury to building, nolle ; John Mullen, jr., theft, con tinued to March 8 ; Daniel 0. Lines, breach of the peace, continued to February 23 ; James Donohue, same ; Sarah J. Hig gins, breach of the peace, contin ued to February 10. Suits Withdrawn. Bartholomew Healy having been unfortunate in his legal attempts to recover money from the city and oth er parties, yesterday afternoon withdrew his two re maining suits before the Superior Court. One was Welch vs, Healy, (In which he was the real plaintiff), petition to set aside a mortgage on his Congress sv. enue property, and the other a "scire facias" against the Derby Ballroad 'Company, based on a judgment obtained by him egalnstthe Ohapmans, who were con tractors for building a part of the railroad. In Good Lack. Mr. Charles B. Mellein, formerly a clerk in the store of C. S. Wetherby, Hartford, but now of Pinkerton & Co.'s detective agency of New York, has fallen heir to $40,000 by the death of an unole in Europe. He has been in Pinkerton's office sinoe last August, and in tends to remain there and learn the business. The Catholic Diocese of Hartford. The Catholic population of the Hartford diocese, which oom prises the State of Connec ticut, is 175,000. There are 100 churches, 105 priests and 49 chapels and stations. Eight new churches have been dedicated during the past year and twelve priests ordained for the diocese. The number of paroohial free schools for males is 22, and for females the same. There are 10,555 pupils in the aggre gate. In the theological institutions there are 50 clerical students. There are 3 male re ligious institutions, 79 female, and 10 female academies, and there are also 8 orphan asy lums, and 187 orphans under the care of the church. There are 15 literary institutions for young men, 22 convents, 185 professed sis ters, 38 novices, 14 postulants, and 13 lay sisters. State Correspondence. Wallingford. D. O. Porter, who has been for some time past boss burnisher at Wallace Bros', factory, left on Saturday for Virginia to pursue his old vocation, that of a pilot. E. F. Steele, engi neer at Hall Jk Elton's factory and chief en gineer of the fire department, also leaves soon to take the position of engineer on the same steamer, whioh is to ply in Chesapeake bay and adjoining waters. Mr. William I). Hall, who is engaged in the oyster business on an extensive scale in Virginia, is also largely in terested in the new enterprise. The fire engine company, at their meeting last week, re-elected the old officers and adopt ed several changes in the constitution. The oompany now numbers about fifty members, The fifth week of ' union revival services opened Tuesday evening with a largely at tended gospel meeting in the Congregational church. The services will be held this week as heretofore. Feb. 9. KlUinsjwortli. The Farmers' Club, at Killingworth, met Friday evening and were entertained by an original poem read by Mr. Bartlett, one of the new residents here, followed, by a lecture from Dr. Lee on "Dietetics," whioh was very instructive. Mr. Hubbard of Middletown is to be here and give a lecture before the olub during the month. Bev. Mr. Armstrong, who has been hired by the Congregational Society for the ensuing year, has commenced his labors and the people are glad to have a pastor after such a long season of supplies. The people met him at the parsonage one evening last week to take him by the band and ezohange greetings. The fox hunters are faithful in following their vocation this season. Mr. D. K. Stev ens shot two one morning before nine o'clock. Mrs. Jeremiah Hull died quite suddenly at the house of Mr. tteorge Uarr in Wmthrop. She was brought to her home and the funeral attended on Monday. Feb. 5th. M. M. State News. Cheseboro, the accomplice of Tift in the Mystio burglaries, has been sentenced to ten months in jail. The sleighing is excellent in the towns around Hartford, and parties are now Improv ing the opportunity. An illicit still has been found in White Hills near Derby, with 2,000 gallons of whiskey. The crooked stuff has been sold in Bridgeport and other places. Another similar discovery nag been made in Windham county. Mothers are delighted with Pitcher's Castoria because it makes the children cheer ful and well, and children almost cry for Cas toria, because it is sweet. Wind Colic, Sour Curd, Haah, J evensnness and Worms soon disappear when Castoria is used. 08 d&wlt Bridgeport ;Faith Mission Booms Im merstna; Eleven Converts. Several hundred people gathered at Sea side Park, Bridgeport, Sunday morning to witness the baptism by immersion of a num ber of converts from the Faith Mission rooms on Water street in that city. The ceremony sommenced about 11 o'olock and oooupied some twenty or twenty-five minutes. The candidates, eleven in number, were assembled at the edge of the water in front of the bath ing houses dressed in long blaok robes. There were six men and five women. The greater number were young people, only one or two having passed the prime of life. ' Elder Enoch Morrell, of Putnam, Connecticut, officiated. Wading into the water leading the first con vert, he repeated the baptismal service of the Second Advent church, after whioh he plunged him under the water. When the baptized man regained his feet the 'elder wiped the water from his face and led him ashore, where he - was met by B. W. Leonard leading the second candidate. The oeremony was repeated until all had been baptized, the men going in first. Singing was kept up at intervals all through the oeremony. As fast as the candidates were immersed they were covered with wrappings and left standing together on the shore. When all was over they were placed in an omnibus and driven to the Seaside Park Hotel, where warm rooms had been prepared for them, in which they changed their clothing. The first man baptized was the first convert made at the Mission meetings. Three of the converts were girls. Board of Couneilmen. Reports and Petitions Read and Re ferred The -Garbage Contract Again (It tier matters. The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Councilman was held last evening, Presi dent Cooley in the chair. Petitions were read and referred as follows- Of Alvin Jj. Willoughby to be appointed spec ial constable ; of MoUormick: Shields to be ap pointed batn house keeper; of Urlando Lu f isher to be appointed special constable. Annual report of Committee on Building ijines was read, and reterred to committee on Aattual Beports. Petition of James Baggott for relief from lien on property for the opening of Veto street was referred. Keport of the Committee on Nominations naming 3. Murray Fairchild and others for special constables was read, and tbey were appointed in concurrence. Annual report of the Committee on Streets was read and referred to we committee on Annual Beports. Recommendation of the Board of Boad Commissioners de paving Howard avenue and Union street, was referred. Petitions were referred as follows: For a sidewalk on south side of Winthrop avenue ; of Robert Stevens, for a pavement on Stevens street ; for grading Congress avenue; of E.B. Bowditoh to open street on his own land ; for sewer in College street, between Grove and Wall streets ;" of George Gabriel et al. for re lief from sewer assessment. Resolution instructing the Committee on City Charter to consider salaries of city ofa cials was read and referred in concurrence. Petition of Robert A. Bradley to bS ap pointed inspeotor of lumber passed in con currence. Petition of Peter Stanford to bo appointed Sunday watchman at St. Bernard cemetery was referred in concurrence. Petition of George W. Thomas to be ap pointed inspeotor of lumber passed in con- nrrence. - - ' Report of Committee on Nominations rec ommending the appointment of joint stand ing committees was passed. t Recommendation of Board of Boad Com missioners for the purchase of land near Neok Bridge for a dumping ground was read and referred in ooncurrsnoe to a committee of two Aldermen and three' Council. Coun cilmen Burns, Shoninger sad Crane were ap pointed on the part of this Board. ' : Councilman Stevens presented the follow ing : Resolved, that the Mayor, and in his ab sence the acting Mayor, one Alderman and one Councilman, be appointed to confer with the town authorities in reference to the joint own ership and occupation of the City Hall and the lot on whioh it stands. ' . - The resolution was adopted and the presi dent appointed Ooanoilman Stevens on the part of this Board. - Petitions of David M- Atwater to be ap pointed special constable, and of Daniel Love joy to be appointed bath house keeper, were referred in concurrence. .,. Councilman Ooogan brought up the matter of garbage contract. He thought that the Board of Health had exoeeded their authority in annulling the present ' contrast, and he moved that the opinion of the Corporation Counsel be obtained in this regard. Don't Spoil Your Matter. Farmers, do not run the risk of spoiling your butter by using carrots, annatto or other colors, when Wells, Richardson & Co.'s Per fected Butter Color is so much better. It is harmless as salt, and never gives a dull red dish color, or any taste or smell. It is made in a strictly scientific manner by a skillful chemist, and can always be relied on. When exhausted by mental labor take Kid ney-wort to maintain healthy aotion of all or gans. feb4 3teodltw Catarrh is a poisonous infection of the mucous membranes juBt as Small pox is a virus of the blood. Catarrhal virus can be only reached and exterminated by antidotal, inocu lative elements, that are absorbed by the purulent mucous. Or. Wei e Meyer's Catarrh Cure is unquestionably the most important medical discovery since vaccination. It never fails. Supplied by Druggists or aeiiverea by . is. vewey ac K)o., iu uey street, jn. x.. at m 1.6O a pack age. Pamphlets, with full explanations, inaiieu iree. o7dwit Dsnser Migrnala. Five eminent men have died within the past few weeks of B right's Disease and many more will soon die of the same fearful destroyer be cause they do not take Warner's Safe Kidney and Diver Cure, the only sure remedy for this and other Sidney and liver diseases, dl eod2w 2tw. From Hell to Heaves, Sometimes the pains of disease are so great that it seems as if they could not be borne, and sometimes the minor pains worry men and women into the grave by preventing rest and sleep. Then the soothing influence of War ner s Safe Nervine is like a translation from hell to heaven. dl eod2w 2tw Disgusting Pimples on a lady s face or severe Pains in the back ; Wounds of the flesh or neuralgia of the nerves ; Strained Chords or a scalded hand ; a Sprained ankle or a uaened loot ; a crippled man or a lame horse can always be relieved an d cured . by the wonderful Centaur Liniments. o9 ldlw Rrown's Household Panacea is the most effeotive pain destroyer in the world, will most surely quicken the blood whether taken internally or applied externally, and thereby more certainly relieve pain, whether chronic or acute, than any other pain alleviator, and it is warranted double the strength of any similar preparation- It cures pain in the side, baok or bowels. sore throat, rheumatism, toothache, and all aohes, and is the great reliever of pain, "Brown's Household Panacea" should be in every family. Ateaspoonful of the Panacea in a tumbler of hot water (sweetened, if pre ferred J taken at bedtime, will break up a coid. zo cents a ootue. much Sickness undoubtedly with children, attributed to other causes, is occasioned by worms. Brown s Vermifuge Comfits, or Worm Lozenges, al though effectual in destroying worms, can do no possible injury to the moet delicate child. This valuable combination nas been success fully used by physicians, and found to be ab solutely sure in eradicating worms, so hurtful to children. Twenty-five cents a box. d23 TThF ltw West's Diver Pills Cure Dyspepsia, West's Diver Pills Cure Diver Complaint. West's Diver Pills Cure Indigestion. West's Diver Fills Cure Sick Headaohe. West's Diver Pills Purify the Blood. s8 e4thdly - West's Vegetable Dives Pills quickly relieve and cure .Biliousness, kick Headache, Diver Complaint, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Con stipation, General Debility, and all diseases of the stomach, liver and blood. Entirely Veg etable. Sugar Coated. 30 Pills in each box. Price 25 ots. sept6 e4thdly Pure blood, good digestion, sweet, refresh ing Bleep, a dear, blooming complexion, long life, health, happiness and contentment, is the sure result of using West's Vegetable Diver .rais. septs ehdiy A Great Enterprise. The Hop Bitters Manufacturing Company is one of Rochester's greatest business enter prises. Their Hop Bitters have reached a sale beyond all preoedent,having from their intrin sic value found their way into almost every household in the land. Graphic. No Hospital Needed. No palatial hospital needed for Hop Bitters patients, nor large-salaried talented puffers to tell what Hop Bitters win do or cure, as they tell their own story by their certain and abso ute cures at home. We meet almost daily persons who complain of Sick Headache, Biliousness, Dyspepsia, In digestion, etc For such we invariably recom mend West's Vegetable Diver Pills which are very effective, quickly removing the cause and supplying natural health and vigor to the -whole system. . 'They are entirely vegetable. therefore perfectly sate ana Harmless at all times. Di use over twenty years and the sale of them constantly increasing every day. Journal of Commerce. 1 s9 eithdly UMBewartl -w i' We will pay the above reward for any ease of Diver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Head ache, Indigestion, ejonsupauonoruoenveness we cannot cure with West's Vegetable Diver Pills, when directions are strictly complied with. They are purely vegetable, and never fan to give satisfaction. Sugar Coated.Darge boxes, containing 30 pills, 25 cents. For sale by all druggists. Also sent by mail on re ceipt of price. New England Pill Co., sole manuiaorarers ror tne JNw juogiana etiates, Newburyport, Mass. slO e4thd ly Wei De Meyer's 1 Mkliiiln! Cure. A speedy and Certain Antidote for Catarrh, Snuffles. Colds in the Head, In fluenza ana Bronchitis. A. Constitution al remedy and absolute cure. Sold by all Druggists, or delivered by D. B. Dewit ft Co., 48 Dey Street, N. Y., at $1.50 a package. Pamphlets mailed free. , Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Centaur liiniments, the World's great Pain-relieving; agents for man and Beast. 08 MoThBaly GLASS WARE. NOTWITHSTANDING the advance of 20 per cent, we continue to sell Glass Ware at the old prioes, ortntr to the fiw.t of h.vinu a larffe order in before the advance. Having received 60 cases within the past week, we propose te give our customers a chance to boy Cake Stands of all sizes, Bigh Bowls, Goblets, Tumblers, and every variety of Glass Ware at a bar gain. Also a few left of those large size stone china Ifiwers and Basins at hoc , ao., 00., common niae, uc Manhattan Study Lamp, nickel plated, $3.25. Also a full line of Wooden Ware, Tinware, Brooms, Brushes, Table Mats, Silverware, and the largest line of Granite xea ana uonee rots in uiwu. tto uh iv, jwu uou terns. Band T .interns. Stand Lamps. Hand Lamps, Bracket Lamps, Chandeliers, tte. And another invoice of those handsome American China Sinner and Tea Bets of 123 pieces, S16. C. H. CLABKE CO., 90 Church Street, near Chapel St. The beet of Kerosene Oil. Cans called for and de livered. " A. M. RICE, D. D. S,, (QBiBtJATK or Baltimore Dental College,) Formerly wiih Dr. Stevens, has removed his office to No. 75 Orange Street, Five Doors South of Chapel Street. All operations to Dentist y performed in the best manner ai moaeraie prices- - Jewelry I Jewelry ! New Goods ! New Goods ! AT STREETEB'S Old Established and Renowned Stand. Cases He-IiUed and Ite-stocked. All Good of Choice Selections. - " Prices Low. sra EATJTIFTJL Gold and Silver Watches of well- known and reliable makes. We can guarantee all our goods to be as represented, llave sola to ifiou undi in this and neiffhborinff towns. Plain Gold and Elegant stone Rings in great profusion. Look at our Silverware Department before purchasing elsewhere. They are standard goods. Special attention to Wauh and Jewelra Uepairinf, and also to Engraving in all branefflu. The boat work. All are welcome to call and examine goods. GEO. L. STREETER, SO. 233 CIIAPEJL STKEET. Ja31 dftw The Only Remedy a THAT ACTS AT THE SAME TOUB ON THE LIVER, THE BOWELS, and tho KIDNEYS. TJds comiined action give itwon- j derful pmoer to cure all diseases. Why Are We Sick? Because we allow tliese great organs I to become clogged or torpid, and I I poisonous humors are therefore forced i inio me mooa tnat snoiua oe expeuea t iuaurauy. I BILIOUSNESS, PILES, CONSTIPATION, I 1LJLUKX l.llJuli&lo IS, i KlAAttl DISEASES, FEU ALE WEAK NESSES, AND NERVOUS DISOBDEUS, u causing free action of these oraans I I and restoring their power to throw off) Whv Suffer Bilious pains and arhes? I Why tormented with Piles, Constipation 1 1 1 it ny ingnienea over uigaruereu moneys 1 1 j ,'Ti.iiirH nfriinifl ornicK neauacnesf Why have sleepless nights Use KIDNEY WORT and rejoice te I health. It is a dry, vegetable compoundand I I One package will make six qtsof Uedlebjej. I Get .itof your Drugtjist,' he will order it I All. Li, T n TJTTTATTAflW I m T, i.i ISO waiMPd pot paid.) ' Barllnetaa, Vt- LYMAN TREADWAY, Dealer In 'BOYNTON'S Portable and Brick Set Furnaces Cook, Parlor and Office Stoves BOTKTOK'8 New Elevated Oven Range, Our Favorite. . ''nin:. sFr-?- ' . "flWjaKw.f'-' Nos. 514 and 316, Old Ho. 186 State Street. , J'yman Treadway. Coarsa Salt Afloat,- Barque (Bnlsepplna B, 20,- 000 bushels, will be at Iong Wharf discharging until about Feb. lit. Low prices for delivery in bullx. J.D. DEWELL CO., Sos. 233 to 239 State Street. JSM tf - : -' . AWoHderfBl Care. A Lady Rescued from a Living; Cirmve. Saved as by Fire. Graphic Descrip tion. Elixir of Sulphur. Its 3ood Qualities and Good Works. Correspondence of Aew Haven Svmlap Union. WnrcsoB Locks, Conk., Jan. 33d, 1880. To the Editor of Ths Ssw Havsk Union. It is not very of ten that we witness the raising of person from tne grave, but we Lave bad in this quiet town, what seems almost a miracle. Some two or three years ago Hiss Martha Chandler, a much respected and well oonneoted lady living hen, attended a camp meeting held at Northampton. She contracted a hard cold and was taken with a severs at tack of bleeding at the lungs, which as you well know Is very dangerous. Several weeks ensued befoie shs could be moved to her home, and from that time she gradually failed, and in less than twelve months she was hopelessly sick with that dread monster consump tion. During the few months that followed she had frequent bleeding spells, until they were thirty times In number, Increasing in pain and severity In each case. Last Spring she took to her bed, never expect ing to leave it alive, as her mouth and throat were very ore, and it was with difficulty that she could swallow even liquid, much less solid food ; It was simply tor. tare and she grew to be a mere shadow, with a distres sing cough and no appetite. At tula time there appeared on the scene a 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 drujglat in Holyoke, Massa chusetts, by the 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 she procured more, and finally, to make a long story short, after us ing twelve bottles she is to-day a wen woman, and as tonishes her neighbors by visiting thsm ss of old They look upon her as one almost risen from the dead and the whole town are talking about it with wonder Now these are simple facts that occurred so publicly that I deem it a matter of publio Justice to mak? a 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 ma 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. v To relieve your mind of the suspicion that I am in the pay of this firm I would simply say I am not, and would say that any one desiring to investigate this case further, can write to Miss Chandler herself, or to our worthy druggist, Mr. 1. W. Browning, who will gladly answer any questions in regard to the case. More anon, Bucx, Bichardeon & Co. and E. A. Whittlesey at wholesale and at retail by Druggists generally, oaa eoaatwiy BOWDITGH & PRUDDEN, MANUFACTURERS OF CHALIBERSUITES 72, 74 and 76 Orange St. jaSl WH ;MVfl':..JnST ORDHBED A .Large Iilne of mm Goods ! And to make room for the new stock, we will make np to order for the next 80 days any of our desirable Foreign and Domestic Goods at greatly reduced pri- HILDEBRAND & CO., Merchant Tailors, NO. 22 CENTER STREET. Jef ' BUYERS OF BOOtS 111 SS ! COSGROVE OPENS THIS DAY HIS GREAT Closii 'Out Sale And Will Offer Some WoiHeiM Great Bargains -in- ODD AND BROKEN LOTS Warner's Saftn Pills are an immediate stimulus for a "Torpid llver, and cure Con tivenM, Dyspepsia ItiliouHneM, Bil ious Diarrhoea, malaria. Fever and Ayoe, and ate useful at times in nearly all diseases to cause a free and regular action of the Bowels. The best antidote for all Mnla rial Poison. Price, 23 cents a Box. Wttrnw'n Safm .Vertne auicklv elves RMt aud Sleep to the siidering, cures IIefi arheand Bfenralia, Prevfiit Kpileptie Fits, and is the btst rumedy for Nervous Pros ration brought on by excessive drinking, over-work, mental tibocks, and other causes. it roiieves tne pains or all diseases and is nev er injurious to the sys tem. The best of all Nervine. Hottles of two sizes; prices, SO eta, and 91. OTWAENER'S Safe Remedies are noId by lruffrlt Jk Dealer In Medicine everywaero. SH H Warner & Co. ProDrtetoi, ROCHESTER, N. 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Three hundred pageB, more than 50 valuable prescriptions for all forms of prevailing disease, the result of many years of extensive and suoceesf ul practice, either one of which is worth ten times the price of the book. Bound in French cloth; price only $1, sent by mail post-paid. The London tancet says: "No person should be without this valuable book. The author is a noble benefactor." An illustrated sample sent to all on receipt of S cents for postage. The author refers, by permission, to JOS. S. FISH. EB, president ; W. I. P. INGRAHAM. vloe-preBident ; W. PAINE, M. D.; O. 8. GADNTT, M.D.; H. . DOD OET, M. D.; B. H. KLINE, M. D.; J. B. HOLOOMB, M. D.; N. B. ISNOH, M, D., and M. B. O'OONNELL, M. O., faculty of the Philadelphia University of Medi cine and Surgery ; also the faculty of the American University of Philadelphia ; also Hon. P.A. BlSSELXi, at. u., presiueixli ui uia il oixunai mtjutcu Aiseuujauuii. Address Dr. W. H. 11 Ii f" PABKEB.No. 1 Bulflnch I 1 Hi J 1 1 Street, Boston, Msss. mTIVCl? "aCf The author mav be I II I ITi llF consulted on all diseases requiring skill and experi ence, niu Minawiy Good, Serviceable, Heavy Winter Goods. Don't Fail To Go And See Him. Notwithstanding the fact that goods have advanced at least 25 per cent, sinoe the purohasof his present stock, he intends to close out his entire Winter Stock at the old prices. Remember These Wages. You have the largest stock and greatest variety of styles in New England to select from. Ton buy them cheaper than at any other store, and in addition to all that, if yon purchase $1 worth of goods or upwards, yon receive a ticket in his grand distribution of pres- ents on March 1st, which may secure for you from five j to fifty times the amount of your purchase, at ' COSGROVES Great Boot and Shoe Store, Cor. Church and Crown St jalTd&w NEW HAVEN. GRAFS SPECIFIC IttEOIC.IVE. TRADE MARK TheGreat TRADEMARK jnfrittti item ed y An ncf ailing care for Seminal Weakness. Sperma torrhoea, I ai poten cy, and all diseases that follow, as a se quence 01 fcteu- Abuse : as Loss of Memory. Universal BEFORE TAMMjAB-ttmte .Pain ioAFTEB TAKINB. the Back, DimnftM of Vision, Premature old Age, and many other Diseas es that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and a Prema tmre Grave. tW" Full particulars In our pamphlet, - which we de sire to sen! free by mail to every one. I3r The Spe cific Medicine is sold by all druggists at $1 per pack age, or six packages for $5, or will be sent free by mail on receipt of the money by addressing THE GRAY MEDICINE CO., No. 10 Mechanics Block, Detroit, Mich. ESP Sold in New Haven by all Druggists. ja7 lydfcw BIOHABDBON & CO., Wholesale Ag'ts. SLEDS. SLEDS. 191 SIKHS 13 SUCCESS! DR. S. W. FISKE, Of Norwich, Conn., Xbe Celebrated - clairvoyant jrnysieian. And Magnetic Healer of 29 years practice, also Busi- uewnuu lot mwiiu mT WHX visit New Haven, Conn., four days in every month at the Ton Hue Hotel, where he can be consulted Monday evening, February 16th, Tues day, Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 17th, 18th and lytn, ana jmaay, tne xuui, unui o p. us. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 9 D. m. The doctor examines the sick at sight, without be ing told of their complaints, and prepares his medi cines himself from the best of selected roots, herbs and barks, for the speedy cure of all chronic diseases of whatever name or nature. His medicines cleanse the ftyBtAm and leave the patient in a healthy condi tion. The doctor ia also nossessed 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 does not oharge exorbi tant prioes. Medicines will be furnished from two dollars upwards. Also sent to all parts of the country oy express wnen aesirea. The doctor can also read your past, present and fu ture destiny, and is one of the most astonishing seers of the present age for his truthfulness In reading the most important events in one's life. He also has great success in selecting lucky numbers. Sittings for but- lness anairs or examination oi tne sick, commu nications by letter upon business or health must con tain 92, age, sex, a iocs: oi nair, ana stamp. Address Cock Box 1353. Norwich. Oonn. tVThe doctor oan be consulted at the Sterling House, Bridgeport, Oonn., February 21st and 22d, and tne 23a, nntu a p. m. jaa aarw TO COHSU3IMBS OF SISfl, D90BJS AND BLINDS. m"TTITH improved machinery and facilities, we sr. w w now raaav MJ compete A or ine a dot. oammooi- ties against imported work for CASH. If consumers want that kind, they can have ONE DQOB, WINDOW ua ULiinjj, us a nusiiasji, ax A.8 low a price as dealersjpay for the same by .the car load. Custom Made Work at Very Low Prices. Lewis & Beecher Company, lOO East Water Street, d&wtf New Haven, Oonn. FINE COFFEES ASPEC1U.TT. I would call particular attention to my Choice Se iwusai oa Genuine Old Mocha, Old Government Java, . Maraealbo, t And Bio Coffees. MY trade in these goods to constantly increasing, owing to their uniform superiority ah those who want a aood and Bonninn article will find on trial that (Jaw place tm g-s 4be best. - - -,. . C. II. GAYLORD'S ;'.Canioia.Tea Stored , 417 State' Street.' Cor Court St. Ja3 ' Robt. B. Bradley & Go. Are offering this season Jk. r.ar(jer and Better Assortment of Framed Sleds, Sleighs and Clippers, Than Ever Before. Oar stock comprises Boys' and Girls' Framed Sleds, In-great variety of styles and size Clippers or Coasters,' Of several different Patterns and Sizes, AND Children's (Sleighs. All of which are well-made and Elegantly and Attractively Finished. We also sell the Best Snow Shovels In market. Adams' Patent and WentwortU's Pa tent. Lowest Cash Prices. R0BT.B.BRADL1V&C0, 406 and 408 State Street, dlS d&w NEW HAVEN, OT. The PUREST, HEALTHIEST, STROHCEST and BEST BAKING POWDER In the world. Wo solicit an unprejudiced comparison with ANY other kind. GUARANTEED FREE FROM ALUM OR ANYTHING UNHEALTH FUL, and warranted to give perfect satis faction. Ask your Crocer for CZAR BAKING POWDER and take no other kind, AS THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Ten, Oonn. s3eod&w6m run nasri Abeaatifai work of lflO Pases. 1 Colored Flswet Plate. and SOO Illnstrnt ions, wiih Descriptions of the best Flowers and Vegetables, and howto grow them. All for a Five Ckst Ktamp. In English or German. TICK'S SEEDS are the best in the world. Five Cents for postage will boy the Floral Guide, telling how to get them. . The Flower and Vegetable Garden, 17S Pages, Six Colored Plates, and many hundred Engravings. For 50c. lnpapercovera;$lineiegantcloth. In German or English, VIck'sIllRstratedManthlyOlaaraatne 32Fage a Colored Plate in every number and many line Engrav ings. Price $L25ayear; Five Ooplesfor $5,00. Specimes Kumbers sent for 10 cents : 8 trial copies for 25 cents. Address - JAMF.S VICK, Rochester, N. Y -BUSINESS OPENING. AN OPPORTUNITY for a man that eaa control s small amount of money, or for two young men to engage in, who are not afraid of work if they can realise good security for their time and money in vested, ror fun information can on or address, GEO. A. I8BEI&, Office cor. State s Ihn street, (Todd's Blocs.) Ja38 a week in your own town. ' Terms and $5 ontfl free. Address H. Hallstt ft Co., Portland, He $66! .8. ARTHUR HARSDEN, . Attorney and Counsellor at Law. is law chambers, kkw hatih, oosh., COJTKI88IONKB OF DEKDS, for new York, Has aachnsetta, ri-ig", Pennsylvania, Illinois, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Cal ifornia, Kansas, Rhode Island, Iowa, New Jersey, Min neeota, Ohio, Lonsiana, &o. Ac. uouecnons maae in au parts oi tne uniwa dii Iiowest Rates, through reliable correspondents. f36tf E. P. ABVINE, ATTOBSET AT JLAW, Booms 0 and 11, 69 Cnnrcn St. anis Ghas. S. Hamilton, Attorney and Counselor at lw, I YALE XATTOHAI, BANK BCHiDING, Corner of Chapel and State stag. Notary FnbUs, apdtf Nsw Haven, Conn, INFORMATION FOR THE AFFLICTED f CLUB & (NSfOTllW NMSaw MAUD AND SOFT COBIS. THESE painful difficulties are myBtery to medi cal science. They come from wearing tight boots and shoes, also from loose ones ; they come whore they please and when they please, and stay as Ions; as they please, and nothing will remove them without eanslng pain so ezrecEaauy as tne ireauuen aemonscrawea oy DR. WEL.CH, SO. 270 CHAPEL STREET. BUNIONS. Where the skin has become hard, crusty, and so overcome the natural skin as to irlve rise to roots that branch out in all directions, pinhead corns often ap pear, indicating several pitns attacneci to tne none. These painful difficulties are easily remedied without causing pain Dy Dr. Welch, 270 Cliapel St. Ulcerated Joints Are a most trying disease of the feet, occasioned by long continuance of hardened excrescences growing over the bone, under which forms fungus virus and suppuration, oftan breaks and becomes a running sore from the bone, with great suffering. In most ca ses the patient requires constant attention, and such are remarKaoiy treatea oy Dr. Welch, No. 270 Chapel Street. Enlarged, Xnflamed, Diseased and Tenaer joints. , Hundreds of ladies and gentlemen suffer untold misery, and it is brought on invariably by a compress ion of tho joints, causing lnnammation in ana are una UIO sHXJJaBI, IMUoUlg tUU JUUlk W t?UlaaJ.0, HIUI uuupwms pain. These complaints require experience and some times long treatment in their cures, but are easily con- troueu ny DR. WELCH, 270 CHAPEL ST. Ingrowing STalls. This most painful disease, by long standing, be comes obstinate and requires study and practice in its success! ui cure. Ulcerated Nails. Where has formed fun a us and proud flesh, with great pain, walking increases Buffering until positive rest is entirely dispensed with. The patient should consult persons who by virtue of years of experience are prepared to paes correct judgment and apply the right treatment in every case. The most critical case of this kind successfully treated by Or. Welcb, 270 Chapel St. CLUB NAILS. The glands often become ulcerated and the nerve swollen causing great sunermg. This is a branch of feet diseases which are suc cessfully treated by DR. WELCH, 270 CHAPEL BTBEET. DR. WEL.CH Removes Corns under the nails, Warts or Moles on the head, face or handa. Birth Marks, Blotches, Black Headed Rim? Worms. Proud flesh. Freckles, Tan. Moth Patches, Dry, Rough Skin, Old and Lingering Sores compelled to heal, Chilblains and Frosted Feet ana every case SUCCESSFULLY TREATED. CONSULTATION FEEE. Office Hours from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sundays from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. USE Dr. Welch's Chilblain Lotion, a sure cure for Chil blains, Excessive Perspiration, &o. Dr. Welch's Bunion Ointment. Dr. Welch's Corn and Bunion Plaster. Dr. Welch's Ingrowing Nail Remedy. Sure Cure if dlrectlonsare-BtricUy observed. Persons desiring treatment at a distance should en close $1 and stamp for remedies and full information. AGEXTS WASTED In every City in New England. 50 to 73 per monro; Gail or address with Btamp DR. WELCH, CHIROPODIST, jlS 270 CHAPEL STREET, New Haven, Conn. The Marvelous Orguinette ! Our r-at est Departure ! A Beed instrument which enables any one, whether understanding music or not, to plaj any desired mel ody or Harmony, caorea or secular, from tne most plaintive dirge to the livelieit dance music, with fault less expression, surpassing the execution of the most highly educated and finished performers. It is excel lent in tone, posseuing a mechanism of marvelous simplicity, requiring but the intelligence of a child to manipulate, yet capable of reproducing the musical compositions oi uie past, present ana insure. Call and see for yourself J. HAI NES & CO., SOLE AGENTS, Office and Salesrooms, 400i Chapel Street, Cor. Temple, Open day and evening. Room 6 dl8 3m -"n S P NKW and BeleHtifle evre ftr ttervoiw DeblHtf, pKp wiUwnt MediciM, from Wbnterer ao& Wauled Factory Property For Kent Cheap UAH te occupied immeoiateiy ana on long lease if wanted. Buildings were formerly used .for cleanins? and DreD&ilnt? cotton waste, are in good repair, and suitable for a variety of manufactur ing purposes. They contain one 40-horee power en gine, two large steam Doners, ana nave mam lines oi shafting with nullies and belting complete. Buildings arranged for steam heat, jror inrtner lmormation, or for permit to inspect the property, apply to E, L. MIX, d30 eodtf Weetville, Oonn. At Winslow At. Lamb's Cash Grocery Store, X43 George, cor. College SU TWO tons Butter on hand and to arrive, quality good, selling for 30c lb. Oar load extra nice Ear ly Rose Potatoes selling 76c. Two very desirable Ten ements to rent, western part of city. Also at my Live ry otaoies i or sale, 10 to au veiuc.es ox various nnai, to ma ice room ror new ana iignter worg. jag SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OF NEW HAVES! so. a lioh BvmDisa, ui chapix stbbei FIRE AITD 3IARINK. cash capital ... 000,000 Chas. Peterson, Thos. B. Trowbridge, J. A. Bishop, Dan'l Trowbridge, A. o. Wilcox, Obsa. 8. Leete, 3. M. Mason, Jas. D. Dewell, Cornelias Plerpont, OHAS. PKTEB80N, President. OHABLES 8. TJUETE, Vice President. H. MASON, Secretary. GEO. E. NgTTLETON, Ass't Bee. Jyl eodtf NOTICE. T EVIED upon Dy virtue of sundry warrants, and LJ will be sold at pnblio auction ts the highest bid der on the 23d day of March, A. D., 1880. at 10 o'clock a. m.,at my office, Boom No. 8 City Hall-Ohurch street. New Haves, Oonn., so much of an undivided one-half of a certain piece of land situated in Mew Haven, and bounded south by Pin. street seventy-live;- feet mora or less, east by Maltby street one hundred and forty feet more or less, north by land of Lucius Maltby or an alleyway, and west by land of IiUCius Maltby be ing the same real estate set in the name -of E8TATK OF SMITH TUTTLB, on the New Haven Grand lost for the year 1878, as will pay the following named tax es levied en satf Estate, with interest and flu costs of of collection, nsmely : a town tax of live mill, on the dollar on list of 1878 ; a city tax of nine mills on the dollar on list of 1878: a New Haven City School Dis trict tax of one snd one-half mills on the dollar on list Of 1878. WILLIAM HH,LIIOCBl, - Collector of the above-named taxes. , New Haven, Oonn., Feb. ad, 1880. f8 oawSt . Store Flxtares For Sale. FINK lot of movable shelving, two counters to match, fall cabinet worklalao show ases. - The whole suitable either for gents' f nrmhera, hitters or mulinersv Zo be seen at i40 Ohapt 1 street. ; puseouxm a. ih i i.ii. IT U0 DIP FERICB What the Shoos Cost to Manufacture. We have thrown them into the Winter Sale at One Dollar ana Ninety-live Cents -FOR- LADIES' AMERICAFKID, STRAIGHT GOAT AND FINE PEBBLED GOAT BUTTON BOOTS Regardless of everything:, but that they shall be sold ; trad One Dollar and Ninety-five Cents sells them. We have to day added to this pile ot goods, we can no better describe it, over live 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 fnll description of hinds andprl ces in the local notice column of this paper. Two Dollars and Thirty Cents should clear them oil" In six days. . ANOTHER BARGAIN. We found yesterday at a manufactory with whom we largely deal, 150 pairs of Misses' Fine Kid Button 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 Toadies' liow Button and Newport Ties at $1.00 odd sizes and widths. Bead the notices, and come to our plaee of business for verification. ML ml k III. FINE CARRIAGES FOR FAMILY USE , , T '1 " -i LATEST STYLES IN Landaus. Laiidatilets, Her lin Coaches, Coupes, Brongbams, Victoriaa.ancl Six-Passenger AsocKaways, All strictly ftrstslass. Warranted to give pence imumwuwu. H. KILLAM & CO., oiB tf New Haven. Conn A Positive Cure WITHOUT MUDICICTJSS. Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies. PATENTED OCTOBER 16, 1876. ONE BOX No. l will cms but case iu four days, or less. No. 3 will core tUe Most Obstinate Case, no matter of liow long standing;. Ho nanseons doses of Cubcbs, Copaiba or Oil of Sandalwood, tUat are certain to produce dyspepsia by destroying; tho coating's of tne toinacn. Price C1.50. Sold by all Druggists or mailed on receipt of Price. For furtney particulars send for Circular. P. O. Box 1,533. J C. ALLAN CO., No. S3 Jolin Street, New York. We offer 500 Benardi ir any case tbey will not cure. QUICK, SAFE AND SURF. CURE. n21 ly BRONZE CHANDELIERS ! FOR LAMPS. NEW DESIGNS ! ELEGANT PATTERNS ! A Fnll Assortment J nst Received. Haiiiiff Law ! I Ornamental andiTJseful. Welcome Light Oil, the Best in the Market. Standard Crockery and Fancy De signs Received Every Week. .Toior isxiiGJirr, 408 CHAPEL STREET. n3 sod OFP. THE GREEN. INVENTORS. JOHN E. EAKLJK, - No. 3AO Chapel Street, iraWjHAVEN.OONN., ' Gives his personal attention to procuring Patents for Inventions IH THE United States & Foreign Countries. A PRACTICE of more than fourteen years, and frequent Tiaits to the Patent Office has given him a familiarity with every department of, and mode of proceeding at, the Patent Office, which, together with the fact that he now visit Washington Bemi -monthly to give hie personal attention to the interests of hie cli ents, warrants him in the assertion that no office in the country Is able to offer the same facilities to Inventors in securing their inventions by Letters Patent and particularly to those whose applications have been re jected an examination of which he will make free of oharge. Preliminary examination, prior to application for pa tent, made at Patent Office, at a small charge. His faculties for procuring Patents in Foreign Coun tries are onequaled. Bef era to more than one thousand'etients for whom he has procured Letters Patent. J 34 diw . . FOR BALE, - DESIRABLE Building Lota, centrally located, ten minutes walk from the post office. Also one Lot UU JT Ml sMiATOOSatrWAJlVV la. A ICW 11AKV 1AIM AACBBX fcUJ proposed new Park (East Bock). Inquire of - . O. Urn UViAi i, Ja?4 tfeod - Boom 4, 87 Church street. The Highland and Winthrop Portable Ranges. THE largeaVnasfperfect and simplest on the market. They' are tiie most even bakers ever made, Sold by W. T. Cannon & Co., si 860 State Street, near Chapel. N Bloater Mackerel. EW Bloater Mess Mackerel, extra large and. fat best we. have seen tor several rears. W aiBEBT Jk THOMPSON. Heavy Forging. WE HAVE the best facilities for doing all kinds of ' Heavy Steel and Iron Forgings, Drop Work, Machine Jobbing, Planing, Lathe Work, etc Prices ana estimates given on appucauon. SEansfield Elastic Frog to,, Congress Ave. suidl Daurirett St., r O. Box 1,09. New Haven, Oonn, snlatf Please Bead Price List for this Week. FBES HSggs, warranted 25o.a dozen; Limd Epg,20c do.; best Orange Co. Butter, 30c. b.; good cook ing Butter, 19c. Jb.: best Porterhouse Steak- 16c; Loin 14c. ; Bound. 10c. and 12c. ; Boasts, 8c.. 10o., 12c ; sparerio, S3. ana vc.; uornea jseei , o.t 6o.. 8c. and 10c.: best Early Rose Potatoes. 65c. buih. ; best Yellow Turnips, 35c. bush. ; 100 dusu. uarrots ai ouc. a ousn. ; nest marrow at ueans, 8o. a qt. : fresh Herrings, salt do. by the barrel or sold at retail : fresh Haddock. 5c. a lb. less by the quan tity received fresh every day from Boston. Peddlers supplied as joston prices. IS. Healy & Co., Cor. Oalc St. and Congress Ave., Estabiisnea 1847. jam? tusAiii'g suiua. GOOD NEWS ! FresU Arrivals of Flour, Grain and feed. A LARGE supply of the above goods, some of them at reduced prices, owing to the depression of the markets during the last few days. I 'am daily adding new customers to the long list of old ones, making bu siness lively while others complain of 41 dull times" in trade. This shows that the pnblio appreciate my way of doing business, viz : Xbe best of goods and uniformly small profits Try the New Pro cess Linseed Meal, the cheapest and beet feed for cows and all other kinds of stock. ISO and 152 (State Street. jan d&w JOHN KERLET. 51a in per day at home. Samples worth' $5free 10 $LU Address STrxsoH aj Co., Portland, Me. OPIUM :OrBSUiie flaJrfa swed la 2o3.ts. v. njtv Sill eared. . DB. J. 6TJBSXebauoii. OUo. To All Whom It May Concern. H: E. 70WIJEB is the only authorised Uosnsee of the United Nickel Co.. who is privileged to do job plating in the city of New Haven. By A. J. Fokbks, Agent. jal $7 9 A WEEK. (12 a day at home easily made. Costly womiH xree. &aaraas xms s uoh Augusta, Me Cublie lnl'ormatioii. . PTXHA r most excellent specific for Nervous snd Gen- M srai ueointy, i-araiysis, uyspepsia, eto., Dr. Ban ger's fcleotherlos Tonic, can be found, wholesale or re tail, at Bo. WHITZLSfllY'B . Testimonials nn doafetsa. ni tf 1ATHEY CAY1US1 Bieeaaes of the sexual orjrans, rrcen t or chronic, are promptly cured by Malhoy ChtIub' Capsules used for over 25 years by the leading physicians of Europe and America. CAPSULES w Carnages and Wagons for Bale. rJOis. BEACH WAGON, also 4-seat Bockaway, gQpr three Second-hand Phaetons; Top Carriage, ""hif ttn(? top, patent wheels J also Second hand Wagons and Carriage. Repairing of all kinds promptly attended to and at he Lowest Prices. Carriages and Wagons Stored and Sold on Commission. )s2S p. IN. 104 HOW KTBKET. lriatt' Patent Buckwheat. . C TONS fresh received this morning, for sale to the Sav trade at mill prioes, freight added. ls31 B. E. HAUL SON. Dcnsatonic Eailroad iew Mine." Throngh Cars Between Bridgeport ana Albany. Shortest, Quickest and Cheapest tiouie tor Aioany, Xroy, Har atoffa, and the West. Lev BKrDGEPOBT for ALBANY, SARATOGA anJ m. ,iu;iu.. m. upon arrival or r.oo a.m . Wllioml!wBmn)WITH THRODOH CAR FOK ALBANY, arriving at 6o p. m. Arrives Saratoga 0:45 p. m.; connecting at Albany with 8:10 p. m. Popular Ohloago and Bt Louis Xzpress, arriving in Chicago T:0 the nex n. m. Leave BRIDGEPORT at 4:M p. m, (connecting with : p. ill. itub inna new avenj arriving la Albany 10:0S n. m.. Baratoea 12:30 nuht. RETUHIVI !SG 1HROIIOH CAR. leaves Al bany at C:40 a. m arriving in Bridgeport 13:3 noon, New Haven 1:10 p. m. Through Tickets sold and Basaratrs Checked at New Haven Passenger Depot for CilCaflelol and al Housatonie Stations, North Adams, Albany, Troy and Saratoga. n. i7. a v tniLL, uenwai xicsot Agmc L. B. 8TILLSON, Acting Superlntenden Bridgeport, Oonn., Nov. 10, 1879. New York, New Haven and Bart lord Kailroad. ON and after Mondav. Mav tfth. 1879 Tnina In... N.w fT.vnn - fnllmn . JOBSS W?OBK Express toalns at "3:50. 8:S6, SHIS, B:SS a. m., (this train stops at Hilf ord,) 1:50 p. m., 8:85, B.-W, 8:10 p. m. Washington Night Expren via Harlem Biver Branch, 11:0 p. m., (daily ex cept Sundays) stops at Bridgeport, South Norwalk, Stamford. Accommodation, 5:80, 7:35 a. m., 12:1)8 noon, 8:46 and 5:40 p. m. Train for Bridgeport 7:30 o. m. SUNDAY EVENING TBAIN for New York will leav. ai h:is p. m., arriving at Grand Central Depot s 11:50 p. m. FOB HABTFOBD, MIDDLETOWN, NEW BRITAIN BPBINGFIBLD.BOSTONand the North Express 3:80 a. m (dally exonpt Mondays) for Hartford, stopping at Merlden. This train goes from Hartford to Boston via WillimanUc and Putnam. Ao oommodation 8:15 a. m. for Springfield. Express 10:88 a. m. for Merlden. Berlin, New Britain, Mid dletown, Hartford and Springfield. Aooomm., 10:48 a. m.,f or Merlden only. Express, 1:31 p. m. for Sprisgneld.stope at Hartford and Merlden on ly. Aooomiaodation, 8:13 p. m. for Springfield. Express 5:38 p. m. for Merlden, Berlin, New Brit, a In, Middletown, Hartford and Springfield. Ac commodation 5:15 p. m. to Hartford, oonnects for New Britain and Middletown. Aooommodation 8:10 p. m. for Springfield. Express 12:(W mid. night for Merlden. Hartford and Springfield Sundays, express 13:07 midnight for Merlden, Hartford and Springfield. OB NEW LONDON, PROVIDENCE, N0BWI0H, BOSTON and the East. Express trslns at 13:8 midnight, and 87 p. m. Aooommodation train at 8:08, 10:40 a. m., 6:85 p. m. Special to Guilford at 8:20 p. m., stopping at all stations. Daily. E. M. BEBD, Vice President. my3 Boston & New York Air Iilne KB. rms.uiMuj3 On and after MONDAY, March 34th "i1879. trains will run as follow. : 8:06 a. m. TBAIN for Willimantlc, oonnecta at Willi, mantio with train, of the N. Y. St N. E. and N, L. N. railrwuis, arriving in Boston at 1:15 p. m. Providence 13:36, Worcester 13:37 p. m.f and Norwich at 10:50 a. m. 10:45 a. m. TBAIN for Willimantlo, connecting at Wll limantlo with N. Y. ft N. K. and New London Northern Baliroads. 5:80 p. m. TBAIN for Willimantle, connecting at Willi mantlo with New London Northern B.( it., for Norwich and New London. Trains leave Tumerviile for Colchester at 9:60 a. m., 15 and 7:30 p. m. Leave Colchester for Turnervllle at 9:36 and 10:50 a. m., and 6:30 p. m. Trains oonnect at Middletown with the Oonn. Valley Bailroad for Saybrook and Hartford. See Posters. J. H. FRANKLIN, ma 36 Superintendent. New Haven and Northampton ICallroad. On and after Mondav. Nov. 5th. 187 Trains will leave New Haven at T: 10 a m., 10:38 aw ni.,aanl 5 :--iN p. m. for PlainvlUa New Hartford, Westfield, Holyoke, Easthampton AoruumptoD ana wituamsourg. Trains will arrive from the above points at 8:15 m., 1:36 p. m. and 8:06 p. m. Close Connections. At Plain ville with trains east and west on Sew York and New England BB. At Pine Meadow with Oonn. Western BB. At Westfield with Boston and Albany BB. At Northampton with Oonn. Biver BB. For particulars see small Tims Tables at the offlos nd depots. EDWABD A. BAY, General Ticket Agent. New Haven, Nov. 35th, 1878. nag New Haven and Derby Railroad On and after WEDNESDAY. May 16th 1878, Trains will run as follows : LEAVE NEW HAVEN, At 7:10 and 10:00 a. m.; 3:00, 4:50 and 6:16 p. m, LEAVE ANSONIA, At 6:46 and 9:04 a. m.: 13:50. 8:10 and 7:15 p. m. Oonneotions are made at Ansonia with pasaeni trains ox ins staugaraoa rauroaa, ana at stew m with the principal trains of other roads oentei there. H. B. QUINTABD, Supt. New Haven, May 14, 1878. . mylg natjctATUch: kaiiiKOAd. COMMENCING MAY 15. 1878. -trauu Swill run as follows: JINO NOBTH Lnavs BnlDaxroBT. 7:80 a. m. Milk Train for Wins ted. (7:00 Sundays.) 10:00 s. m. Passenger Train for Winsted, oonneoting at Derby from New Haven; at Waterburyfos Bristol and Hartford and Watertown. 10:80 a. m. Freight Train for Winsted, 3:50 and 6:56 p. m. Mixed Trains for Waterbury, re eel ving passengers from New Haven at Ansonia. 4:60 p. m. Passenger Train for Winsted, oonneoting at Derby from Now Haven, at Waterbury Watertown. GOING SOUTH Lhavs WAZBBBVSI. l:00 a. m., 9:00 a. m. Freight Trains. :8:17 and 11:60 a. m., 3:26 p. m. Passeoger Trains, 8:21 p. m. Milk. On Sundays a milk train 6:35 p. m, Btagos for Litchfield leave Litchfield Station on arrival of all trains. Freight trains have passengor accommodations. GEO, W. BSAOU, Supt. Bridgeport, May 18th, 1878. myla Steamboat Line for New York. Faro $1, Including Berth. Tickets for the Round Trip. 41.30. The SteamerO. H. NOBTHAM. Cant. i. G, Bowna, will leave New Haven st 13:00 p. m., Sundays excepted. Staterooms sold at Berkele & Ourtiss', 109 Church street, near Chapel. Steamer CONTINENTAL, Oapt. F. J. Peck, leaves New Haven at 10.1R a. m., Sundays exoepted. FROM NEW YORK ThsO. H. NOBTHAM leaves Peck Slip at 3 p. m., and the CONTINENTAL at 11 o'clock p. m., Sunday, exoepted. Sundaf Nig-Ut lloavt for NewYork. The Steamer NEW HAVEN, Oapt. Snow, leaves New Haven at 11 p m. Staterooms sold at the Park House and Elliott House. Tickets are sold and baggage checked through to Philadelphia, (both routes) Baltimoreand Washington, B30 JAS. H. WARD, Agent. Royal Mall Steamers. Haw York to Qusenstown and Liverpool1, Ercrr Tburfeday or Saturday Tons. Tons CITY OF BERLIN, 0491 OTTY Of BRUSSELS. 776 OITY of RICHMOND 4507 CITY of NEW YOKE 8600 OITY OF CHESTER, 4506 OITY OF PARIS, 081 OITY Of MONTREAL 4490 OITY of BROOKLYN 3911 These uiAgnlfloflnt Bt earners, built In watertight oom partments, are among the strongest, largest and fas est on the Atlantic The saloons are luxuriously famished, eapeolally well lighted and ventilated, and take up the whole width of the ship. The prinolpal staterooms are amid ships, forward of the engines, where least noise and motion is felt, and are replete with every comfort, hay ing all latest improvements, double berths, electric bells, &o. The enislne has always been a speolalte of this Line, Ladles' oablns and bathrooms, Gentlemen's smoking snd bathrooms. Barbers' shops, pianos, Uboarles, ko,, provided. The Bteor&ge aooommodation cannot be excelled Passengers of this class will fled their comfort and pri vacy partlonJarly studied, and the provisioning unsur passed. For rat- of passage and other Information, apply IOIS O DALE, Avout, Or to SI Broadway, New York, Edward Downes, 339 Olispel streot. W. Fltsparrioh. 117 Or aud street. Bnnnell Jt Sorantou, VMS Ohapel street. John W. Bums, 4Vi Ohapel street. P. MorTltwey, 84 Ohnroh street. ft Siarln's Now Haven Transportation Lino Oommenoing Wednesday, Sept. 4th, 1878. - -svlTfcs. The JOHN H. 8TARIN, Oapt. MoAJ. .Till MsST-Hwier. will leave New Haven at 10:16 p. m. on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Leave New York at 9 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The EUA9T17S 0ORNIH3-, Oapt. Hpoor, has reoant ly had thirty new rooms added and Is in Urst-class shape for carrying passengsrs, will leave New Haven at 10:15 p. m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Leave New York at 9 p. m. every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, Only Sunday night boat from New York. a Fare reduced to f L, including berth In oibln. " " " fl.50, " " stateroom. Tickets for the round trip, $1.50. F&kb Ooaoh leaves the depot at 8:10 p. m. Leave oorner Obnrch and Ohapel streets every half hour commencing 8:80 p. m. Tiokets sold and baggage checked to Philadelphia, Freight billed to the West at New York rates. Special freight rates to Philadelphia. Baltlmor and Washington. Boats land foot of Oortlandt street, close to Penna. snd New Jersey Central R. R. Ferry. Baggage trans xerrea iree. Tickets and Staterooms can be purchased at Tontine Hotel, at Ed. Downes. 339 Ohapel at., and at Downes News Agency, 351 Ohapel Street. Staterooms for Sunday night boat can be obtained W, A Bpaulding's drug store, 89 Ohnroh street. nr. n. xLiiALsi, Agent, new uaven. W. O. EGKRTON. General Agent, Pier 18 North Ri ver, New York. s8 COLLARS AND CUFFS. A. tall stock constantly on hand. Shirts made to order at two days notice. THE MEW HATEIV SHIRT COMPANY, 235 Osapel street. WILLIAM A. WRIGHT ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW, Office, No. 1 Benedict Building; OOBXXB OHCBOH AND CERTEB'STS. Hours 9 st. n. to;3;p. aplt For The Most Artistic Photos In tne City, goto ' PACK'S STUDIO, Cor. Chapel and College Streets, dUSm Neiv HTsven. Holiday Goods. At Nepers, The Jeweler, GENT for the oelebrated Saltaman Watohss. Dia I monds and Fine Jswelrr a specialty. Also Una olid Gold Coainslfor ladles and gentlemen, st . SH7.p1T.T.'n PAKT.OK HTtlRR. . . . i. . 63 Ohnroh Stroe ' " .V " Opposite Post o