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THE tVJLJlCiXST DAH.Y HTEWSPAJPEJ2 IB THE. CITY. OFFICE 400 STATES 8TREK1 . voii. xlvhi. NEW HAVEN, CONN., FRIDAY MQRNINffi FEBRUARY g7, 1 SO- Price Four Cents. VEREHLYE & CO., Banters, Nos. 16 and 18 Nassau Street, KEW TORE, Buy ml Mil ON 0OMMT88T0H, for cash or on mar gin, ail eeourltle dealt in at the New York 8 took Ex Chang. All Issue of Government Boadi bought end sold st market rates, free of oonuniaalon, anil on hand for Im mediate delivery, SPECIAL ATTENTION OIVEN TO EXCHANGES OF BONDS IN WASH INUTON FOR ACCOUNT OF BANKS. 180 - 1TF. Burwell, DENTIST,' uieoe skiiuuw, oor. Ohnroh ana Chapel sta., lata of Fair Haven, formerly aiuiur, E. strong. apS Veterinary Notice. V-w- DR8. O'STJLLIVAN BOSE, Veterinary JirVgnri;Boin, graduates of the London and Amer loan Veterinary Colleges. (The only qualified veteri nary surgeons in ew naven.j Office and Hospital, 816 CHAPEL STREET. Telegrams and messages by poet promptly attended o. 3 WATCHES! The largest line of Watches In this city, which are of fered at prices that defy com- etition. LIOI7GOXT, JEWELER, HO. 274 CHAPEL 81BEET. dJS OIaINX COMPOUJSri, Commonly known as ALBANY GREASE ! For Lubricating Machinery Of All Kinds. Foskett & Bishop, No. 479 State Street, Sole Agents for New Haven, Conn. diat Boom and Power to Bent. AJ?Fi.X TO NEW HAVEN BPBIN3 CO., d tf TO Franklin Street, JOSEPH HONNENBEKG. neat Estate and Eickann Broktr, Vnga aTkariBrk Bpanlah Donbloona wanted. TJnl- w w w w w iea mate a ner cent. Bona ana a BeonrlUea bought and aold and dirldenda paid my!8 tf DOT. hanged at .the offloa of JOSEPH SONNENBERG, 8g Chape Street. FOB BENT. ' PAST at store lea State atreet. Inquire at oitr ft Fob bale. THE van daalrable Realdenoe on the south west onmar of Temple an4 Trumbull atreeta. For farther particular! lnqm'eof B. Y. FOOTS, v Kxonange gauging. For Sale Cbeap. . HOUSE No. M Dwlgbt atreet, all the modem t lnaprorementa. Hooae and Bam In the weatem ,ln 1 part of oity. Some Una Lota on State atreet, Oedar Hill; Lota on Chapel atreet, unpens. Point, from AA an BAD nap foot. To Bent, aaoond floor, M Anbnm atreet, (7 par month : al araenwood atreet. whole Hooae. mix rooms. tn per month ; whole hooae on Water atreet, near Meadow, tic per month ; two nioe ranta on Henry atreet, with furnace, range, gas and hot water, sat tnba ; in nloe order, A large lot between Meadow and Btate atreeta to rent for atone yard or storage; will Be rented onea. Apply io a. aa. uuLauia, ov unvrao eueea, nww b. Office hour, Ifrto a, and T to 8 evening. oM Hall's. Positive Cure. B. G. H. Hunter, Lake City, Fla., aaya : " I have nue nail's Positive Oure for Corna In my prao- .! with aminent anccesa in coring Corns an wart. " Thia rftiuwlv i worth ita weight in gold for Bore and inflamed joints, hard tumora at the bot ' torn of the feet, and aa it contains nothing Injurious to the akin or clothing, but ia a perfectly aafe and clean preparation, it fille a long felt want. Sold by druggists at aOo a bottle. BIOHABDSON CO., Wholesale Agents. JylO ThSaAeowwly ' Many Very Celebrated. XIHYSIOIANS claim that children are never troub tT led with worms and especially young children. These same physicians, while they aet up this claim are thevery ones to use vermifuges in their practice, for fear the child might be troubled with worms. Pa rent should give worm medicine to their children In the same way when they abow the least symptom of worms : and the best remedy to use is the justly cele brated 24)05 Vermifuge. BIOHABDSON & CO., Whole sale Agents. Sold by all druggists. Hall's celebrated Toothache Props never fail. JylO ThBafceowwly " FOB SALE ATA BABGAIN. 37 feet on No. 60 Garden atreet, J with a great rear lot, suitable for any large man ufacturing business ; likewise one of the best places in he city for a Floweret. It is very rich and early and will be sold very cheap. Apply.on , , n7tf " THE PBEMI8EB. B. H. JOHHSOH, Real Estate and Loan Agent, Office, 487 State Street. .. FOB BAX.E, JML 4 A NICE House and large Lot on Eld Itreet at jfaHiargain. . , . JaamL Ootid Cottage House on Dw:ght street at much less than it ft, worth. A fine place in Fair Haven and several other places for sale very low. Some good Shore Property in East Haven and Bran ford. For Sale or Bent Farms. A very desirable Farm of 70 sores in Southlngton will be sold low to close an estate. A list of good FarmB in other desirable locations. Good rents in St. John and Greene Btreets, Fair Ha ven, and other parts of the city. Wanted, $2,000 to W,000 on good first mortgage se curity. nia30 THE COJLlIAIIlJM. THE ONLY ORIGINAL Russian and Turkish Vapor Baths In the New England States will be opened on Wednesday, Jan. 7th. THE Bath open for Gentlemen from 12 m, to 9 p. m. Sundays from 9 a. m. to 13 m. For Ladies from 8 a. m. to 13 m., exoept Sundays. Reduced Prices) Single Tickets for Russian Bath, 60 cents ; 13 Tickets lor $'.00. Turkish Baths, single tiokets, $1.0016 for $10,001 Nicholas Weiler, PBOPBIETOB, NO. 27S 3 It AN I) STREET. jalSly BOSTON, MASS. BEDITCTIOS IN PltlCE ! $2.50 TO $3.00 PER DAT. MSA Notwithstanding the reduction In price, the I hitherto unrivaled excellence of the table will be liiai Btiir'T maintained. C1J.AS. B. FERRIN, o36 eodly Proprietor. I. . caienney Hon, No. 10O State Street, New Haven, Importers and Wholesale Dealers In avary deaorlp tton of HQLISH, FB3NOH AND AMBBIOAH OOAOH, WIN DOT AND PIOTUBB GLASS, VARNISH, OILS, PAIKB AND DSS STUFFS. Tontine JLivery Stables. m WB are prepared at short notice to furnish jigSthe best Carriages, either oloae or open, for Balls, Wedding and Christenings. It is our intention to have good Carriages at the de pot and on boat landinga when -needed. Grateful for the liberal patronage in the past we hope by strict attention to the wants of our patrons to men. a oonunoance oi toe vun w un uuunu. BARKBB ft RANSOM, Proprietors. W. S.Langdon, Foreman. n7 Wkrm. JLee, M. No. 498 Chapel Street, near York. Special treatment of y dU tf Diseases of Women.' WM. I. BRYAN, Custom Tailor, SO. 127 CJHlCU M TIiiSKT, IS BELLING Dress and Bnsiness Suits, At lower prices than ever before. esa Latest Styles Blow Ready at Mrs. S. I Stanley's Dress and Cloak Malting Emporl nm. 109 Court Street. BrldalTK Siean and Infanta' Wardrobes a specialty. iAdiea'aaa Children's Underwear on hand or mad. Aeeieot stock of Fall Millinery Gooda at very low m7ta a-AT-KT RnTTKR. NOTHER fresh lot in 8 lb. pails. The quality is ua very Dear, ana win .mi. . " "i" '- rt E. K. bAia. s flun A. E. DUDLEY & BOW, 6EKERAL INSURANCE A6ENTS, 298 Chapel Street, All kinds of nroperty insured at ' reasonable rates. Ixsses adjusted ; and paid promptly. d34 Builders' Hardware T THE lowest rates. . Also White Holly and Black Walnut for sawing.; Lumber of averv deacrln. at pnees the lowest. OUB NUMBER IS 64 "Whalley Avenue. jag - ' F. H. BPBSELL. . " Public; liilurmattoiu E&I most exoeu.nl apecino lor nervous ana ocn- eral IMbiltty, I'ssiyais, aryspepsia, etc., m. Han jl wiHSf can w iuuuu, wbwib or ra- aon1! oer'l Kleutberlos Tcsiic, can be found, wholesale or tail, at O. B.l. WATTLESS Y'B Testimonials i aattad. J nt an.a o S3. aim jevnaauax. QHOTJS on Blake atreet, Westville. House oontaina m rootiM, la food ordw. rash, right tenant the rent will ba low. For canicular. eau ai attcttWiM B tteai satate um, -jsi unapei aa., or OT M. SHUMWAY, Westville. FOR BENT. jaA. ONE STORE and live Rooma 445 State atreet; I I five Booms, nve minutes from the Oity Market ; wMsLhaa modern improvements : five Boom comer Park ana Bontn atreeta. inquire or olB ' No. 1 Yale Bank Building. Houses and Jots For Sale. Mtti. HOUSES AND LOTS situated in different I partaof the city. Also aeveral large Lots, hav luaiM Inn railroad and water fronts : very desirable for manufacturing purpose. All for sale cheap and on easy terms. Apply to EE1M, W. BTUJNJG, a!9tf 898 Chapel Btreet, Boom 6. For Kent.-Bra88 and Iron Castings. jsepainna; Lawn mowers. wooa anafjoai. J I lifc. FOB BENT. One floor, with or without pow- I er, for manufacturing purpose. Repairlna; nisi ana suarpeninr uwa mowers). the same called tor and delivered. Bras and Iron Gaatttnar. at the lowest srioea. and made at short notice, wood and Coal at the lowest prioea. Or- aers receivea c u omoe, ua urana street. TO BENT, a A PLEASANT and Convenient House on Olive street, n rat-class in every respect, with all the modern improvements, arranged with anite of rooms, marble mantels, ffreaicoed walls, not and cold watered other modem conveniences, 13 rooms, water closets on cwo iioora, ace, c possession given may in, 1879. Also the House 373 Grand street. Possession given Immediately. CHARLES IVES, ma 30 tf US Ohnroh Street. For Sale at a Bargain, A vjT improvements, good lot with barn, aitoat- Jitf-Led on fine avenue, fronting on two streets, can l or parucniui fii at UoavdJejr BoilctinK-. be seen at any time, Koom rvoo a. CAnrch Street rlnafi tf 49 F. COlTfSXOCIt. nil. ii, f. mmm, 36 Elm .Street, Cor. of Oisjige, 0 New Haven, Conn. EXHIBITION! IT is perfectly grand to behold the elegant Scotch Trowserings and Suitings just received at L. H. FBEEDMAN's, 93 Church atreet, and New Haven can fairly boast of having the beat pants cutter in the State. Scotch Trowserings made to order, with pa tent rubber bottom protectors, for $7. 1880. L. H. Freedman, flStf AO. 03 CliurcU Street. TMTY ! Books New Supplies. The Exploration of the World Famous Travels and Traveller) By Jules Verne. Alonsr the Way Po?ms by Mary Mapes Dodge. A Pool's Errai d By one of the Fools. M lirouKU lue jjara sjontinent y nenry M. Stanley. FOR SALE BY Jaffltf P. T. JABWAN. li. G. KUS8KL.L, ARCHITECT, myao 84:Uhavel Street, New Haven. Ot vrEBVOVs EXHAVsTfOn, A medical es say. comprising a series of lectures delivered at Bahn's Museum of Anatomy, on the cause and cure of premature decline, showing Indisputably how lost health may be regained, affording a clear aynopsls of Impediments to marriage, and the treatment of nerv ous and physical debility, being the result of 30 years' experience. By mail, 25c, currency or postage stamps. Address Heoretary unan'a museum, ooe .jxroaaway, New York. dl 6m Toilet Sets, Cut Glass Ware Perfumes, &c. E. A. GESSNER, APOTHEOABY, 131 CHAPEL STREET, 19 Corner of Olive. CROFOT'S NEW Fill STORE, 97 Orange Street. Sealskin Cloaks. Fur Lined Circular and Dolmans. Purs Relined, Altered and Repaired. Work First-Class. Pri ces Low. We trust that none of our friends will f orsret that we have removed to 97 OR ANGE STREET, and are still in the FCTR TRADE. Remember the Number, NO. 97 0KANGE STREET, Palladium Building. lUUIIiliiii' Farnitiire Dealers AND UNDERTAKERS 57, 59 & 61 Orange St. nS9 NEW HAYEN, COm. At Wlnslow M. lianbvs Cask Grocery Store, 143 George, cor. College St. TWO tons Batter on hand and to arrive, quality good. Bailing for 30c lb. Oar load extra nice Ear ly Boee Potatoes selling 7So. Two very desirable Ten ements to rent, western part of city. Also at my Live ry Btaoiee lor sale, io to au vemojes ox vanoua nui, to make room lor new ana ugnter wor. jaz. Voice and Piano. Miss Fannie C. Howe, 102 Crown Street, . Next to and West of BInste Mall. Instruct in Singing and on the Piano. FlaUTE KtfSTBUCTIOHr. SIR. CliAliLES T. HOWE, lOa Crown Street, Instructs on the Flute. Bltf Balsam of Tolu Candy! For Coughs and Colds. Pn pared from the original fonnul-r-and for sale at " Whittlesey's Drugf Store, dkw kS28 Chapel and 136 Btate Street. NOW OR NEVER 1 THE LIST CHaJrCiE TO SECURE Carpets. Oil Cloths, Paper Hangings. Window Shades. Qc., AT OLD RATES. We will close out our entire stock, con slstiug of Body Brussels, Tapestry, Two and TUree Ply Ingrain, Vene tian, Bag-, Hemp, List and Stair Carpets, Paper Hangings, Oil Cloths, WlndQr.Sliads, Jjacesliace Curtains, Cornices, Fixtures, Mattings, Mats,' Rugs, etc., at such, low prices that will give all in want of the above an opportunity to secure them bexore the advance in prices. Remember, this is a Closing Out Sale and will only last a few days. All goods guaranteed as represented or money refunded. Compe tent workmen in each department. Ooods delivered to any part Of the city, Open evenings. ELD CITY CARPET WABEBOOIS, 133, 135, 137 and 139 Grand Street. Id. BOTHCHIIiB Ss BBO. faotf Special Notice ! Having Closed Our Auction Hales And Having Sold All Our MesiraMe M, Remits, OUs anil Enfls, Etc., We shall oiler Special Bargains for the next three weeks previous to moving away. COMMENCING MONDAY, FEB. 23, The Balance of our Stock, which are Hew and lesirable Ooods. at Cost and Less. This is the last chance yon will have to buy Sew and Desirable Ooods at Auction Prices at Private Sale. Call and be convinced that what we say is trne. - - . 3 Yours respectfully, Ii. W. COOK, NOS. 239 AND 241 CHAPEL STREET. LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT FINEST AND CHEAPEST MEAT-FLAVOURING " Is a success and boon for which Nations should feci S I Ulm 1 Un dUUrb. crateful." See Medical Press, Lancet, Brit. Mcd.Jour.,&c. aiarir HIQUrQ St, 5nl!PrQ "Consumption in England increased tenfold in ton years." MAUt UlOdtb CC OAUbLO. Tn hp hart of all StorekeeDcrs. Grocers and Chemists. CAUTION. Genuine ONLY with. Sole Agents for the United States (wholesale only), fae-sunile of Baron Liebig's Signa- C David v Co.. 4:;. Mars liano. i.oriaon. ingtana. ture in Bine Ink serosa Label. CAXiXi AID SEE OUR $60.00 Virginia- Marble Queen Anne WITH FBE5CH BUBEA1I8. Also a SILK; CASHMERE SUITE, 5 PIECES, $170. JUST DECEIVED. A. C CHAMBEBLIX & SONS, feb4 388, 890 and 892 State Street. Dyeing and Cleaning. Ladles' Dresses. Shawls, Cloaks, Waterproofs, Silks, Blbbons, Trim mings, Velvets, Kid Gloves, Feathers, .Lace Curtains, Shades and Blankets, &C. lAUJNiJltYlJN Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underwear, Sc First-class Pressing. Gen tlemen's Garments Cleaned or Dyed. KLM CITY DTE WORKS AMD STJBAM laJLUJfDBY, 860 and 178 Chapel Street.' s2S THOMAS FORSYTH. SUPERIOR NUTRITION THE LIFE. THE SALVATOB FOR INVALIDS AND THE .. AC ED. . - AN INCOMPARABLE ALIMENT FOR THE CRQVVTH AND PROTECTION OF INFANTS AND CHILDREN. A SUPERIOR NUTRITIVE IN CONTINUED FEVERS. AND A RELIABLE REMEDIAL . AC E NT IN ALL DISEASES OF THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES. TTTHIS Justly celebrated Dietetic Preparation Is, In composition, principally trie gluten jL derived from the WHITE WINTER FLINT WHEAT CEREAL, a solid extract, the A invention of an eminent Chemist. It has not only been highly recommended but certified to by a large number of Chemists and Physicians representing a very high degree of medical sclenoeas the Safest, Most Acceptable and Reliable Food for the Crowtti and Protection of INFANTS and CHILDREN, and for MOTHERS lacking Sufficient Nourish ment for their offspring. Unlike those preparations made from animal -or vinous matter, which are liable to stimulate the brain and Irritate the digestive organs. It embraces In Its elementary compo sitionThat which makes strong Bone and Muscle. That which makes good Flesh and Blood. That which is easy of Digestion never constipating. That which Is kind and friendly to the Brain, and that which acts as a preventive of those Intestinal Disorders Incidental to Childhood. And, while It would be difficult to con ceive of anything In Food or Dessert more Creamy and Delicious, or more Nourishing and Strengthening as an aliment In Fevers, Pulmonary Complaints, Dyspepsia and Cen eral Debility, Its Rare Medicinal Excellence In all Intestinal Diseases, especially In Dysentery, Chronic Diarrhea and Cholera Infantum has been'lncontestably proven. Valuable and Desirable Real Estate for Sale. eFIBST. The homestead of Charles A. Bray, Esq., situated on trie corner of Center and Bose streets, 111 the borough of Fair Haven - Bast. The lot baa a frontage of 116 feet on Center Btreet. The house Is a substantially built and com mod iocs building;, having fifteen rooms, and la fitted np with all the modern Improvements. Second. Two d alrable lota lying west ef the "Pow der House lot." Bo called, each lot having a frontage of sixty-five feet upon a proposed new street connecting with Prospect street in said Fair Haven Xaat. Also about two sores of land on Fair Haven Heights, with two highways already laid out through the same, making the whole tract very desirable for building etw. Third: One of the most capacious aud best ar ranged safes in the State of Connecticut, and "Just the thing" for a Town, Bank, or an Insurance Com pany. All the above must be sold to close up an assigned estate, and any information relative to price, terms, etc, etc., can be obtained by applying to either THOB. 0. SLOAN, Tale Beak Building, or WILLIAM P. NILEB, 370 Chapel street, Baal Batata Brokers of Hew Haven, or to the subscriber. . WILLBT HEMINGWAY, Trustee on said Bstate. Fair Haven East, Hot. 20th, 18TQ. n24eodtf Salooii tor Sale, CENTRALLY located 'and doing a good business ; only small amount of capital needed. For full particnlarafoaU on or address, GEO. A. IBBELL, Offlo Toddl Block, oor. State and Elnttftnat. fob SOLD BY "MACISTS A VI ' PTrTCWNCHW. CITIES - -i. rtC TMF i- ' " 'United stkce!3z2 John C&Ep: 8, SOHS.fiQY'BK. Royton House, 34, 3fi and 38 Court Street, Ifelr Haven, Conn. m HEW HOUSE, with an the modern Improve ments. New Furniture ; thoroughly ventilated : firat-ciaaa dining rooma attached. Open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Board by the day, week, or single meal. Commutation Tickets, So for $4.75. Single rooms or auites for single gentlemen, or gentlemen and their wives, furnished or unfurnished, aa requir ed. Fire t-c lass oooka, polite and attentive waiter, popular prices We are prepared to furnish an unlim ited number of table boarders with first-class board at very low prices. Dinner er rapper for private parties famished at abort notice. No liquors aold. algtf JOHN OOLKMAN, Proprietor. 1ATHEY CAY1US" - Diseases of the reRlrCTns,YentsOr chronic, are promptly cureU by Mathey Caylnft Capenles; used for over 25 ytars by the leading phyBiciaiu of JEorope and AniericA. by .UBwlCtB, . Paris. CAPSULES Sold. Piatt's Patent Buckwheat. C TONS fresh received this morning, for sale to the Z, trade at mill prioea, freight added. -t JaU B. X. SALL it SOS. TO COXSU5IEUS OF SASH, DOORS AND BUNDS. S-XTITH Improved machinery and farolfUo, w are T V osstaffi want that kind, they can have ONE DOOR, WINDOW OB BLIND, OH A auniiaau, ai now ready to oompeta for the above commodi ties against Imported work for CASH. If eonsnmer Aa low a price 'as dealersfray for the same by.the car load. Custom Slade Work at Very L0OW Prices.' Lewis & Beecher Company, IOO East Water Street, dfcwtf New Hayen, Conn. Seven Days More Remain Before We More. NotwltbHtsnidluic oar large sales, we still carry too 1 sir are and frsLtf-Ue a a lock to move wiib safety. Wxs Hre deter mined to give somebody tbe benefit. FRENCH CHDU, BAND CHINA, PA RISIAN POHCELAIN, STJIIVE CHINA, TEA,DINNEK AND BREAKFAST SETS AT SO PEII C ENT. DISCOUNT. YEI.IOAV WARE, COIFOION WARE, ROCKINGHAIH WARE,OI.ASS WARE, CHANDELIERS AND I. A TIP OOODS, AT 25 PER CENT. DISCOUNT. VASES, COLOGNE SETS, FANCY OOODS, PARIAN BUSTS, STATU ETTES, TOYS, AT COST. The best opportunity offered for years. , A. W. MINOR. 85 Church Street, iOd&w ClarfcBailding. (mticiira From tbe Hon. WIfl TATLOH. Utmtm Senator off MMMcnu-tetts. . Umbh. Weeks & Potter : Gentlemen, To ay tht I tvm gr&tefol la only poor expreseion of my feeling, but it i the beet word I oan iuw, for I feel It In every smus-s ui wit, wora, x nave oeen grcmc aaaorer wiui nktn Aimmnmrn for the laat twalva I3i TMra. Hv heel end face being oovared with eoi-ea, X could not rest wiw ma uuruwu neat ena waning ox xne paruaxiecjLa end wee confined to my honee for week tvt m time. My diaeaee hee been eeUd Sctreaia, of ft most mffgrmyeted type, by many phyalotana, bnt I doubt if ever fully nn- uoniuuu uj mug m nwb. xs waa more umm a wiumu tion of MTeral skin humora. I have enant much moo ey seeking a cure, and in 1867 1 went to Europe, and ctjubuiuhi some ox uie oest pnysiouns in xxmaon. x re ceived temporary relief only.for In the spring it would break out again as bad as ever. When I came back to Boston, I was td by many friends that Dr. S hose reputation for the oure of those diseases was of e highest order) oould oure me. I waited on the doctor; he prescribed for me. X followed his advice for six months, and X oan safely say, without any im- rovement. I tried other physicians, and among them r. . of last Boston, and Dr. of citw 8 roper, but all to no purpose. They did me no good : iair remedies were so ineffectual that at no time lid I feel that a cure would result from them. X have swallowed live hundred arsenic Bills. 6.300 grains, and taken bottle after bottle of internal reme aiee, oesiaes an the external applications I have need, but the effect was the same. I became satisfied that I oould not be cured, but might be kept front getting Now. about three months atro. Mr. Meefaan. a srentle- man well known to Boston neoole. called mv attention to your Gnticura, and promised wonderf xd results if 1 would only make a trial. He told ms of his own expe rienoe with it, and so persevered on me that I went with him to a drug store and bought two large boxes of OuUeura, and some Outicura Boep, and commenced to use it according to the directions. There was so much humor lodged within the skin, that as soon as I commenced the use of Outicura it came to the surface and festered, until vast quantities had come out and greauy inTensinea my aunerrags xor aoout two weeks. Hut I did not mind this, as I felt that X was going to get rid of the humor when I saw it coming to the sur face in such large quantities. After the first two or three weeks use of this remedy, I was greatly encour aged by a gradual lessening of the inflammation of a number of painful sores. I carefully, faithfully, and cheerfully followed the directions to the letter, f eeliog each week nearer a cure, until at the present moment. after three months nse of Outicura, and twelve years of as constant suffering as was ever endured, lean say that I am cured, aud pronounce my case the most re markable on record. X have been so elated with my success uiac x nave ssoppeu men on we street wno were afflicted, and told them to get the Outicura and it would cure them. This is why I am so grateful to you, for I believe it to be the best and greatest discov ery of the age, and that it will cure all who are suffer ing with these diseases. I may add that I took no in ternal medicine out uie tmticura Ke solvent. WTliTiTA M TAYLOR. Boston, August 23, 1878. POSITIVELY Last M of GOSGROVE'S hopWornSale Tie Best Bargains Yet. Having taken inventory we find on hand the Cleanest and fresh est stock of goods in the State. Our Shop Worn Stock Consists of the following odd lots, which we mark at'a price that will be sure to sell them. l lot ox Ltadies' fancy Slippers at Jl, former price from $2 to $3.60. 1 lot of Indies' Slippers, slightly Boiled, at 75c, J f ( t at at if ( fife 1 " " Kid Button Boots $1.25. 1 " " Foxed " " " 1.25. 1 " Serge " " " 1,25. 1 " Laced " " .75. Every pair of which formerly sold from $2 to $3.50 a pair. Men's Shoes at a Bargain ! Only $2,50 a Pair. To close out the ends we will offer one lot of fine Oalf Alexis Congress Gaiters and Button Shoes of eve ry imaginable style at the remarkable low price of $2.50 a pair. Our Handsome Presents Bemember that our elegant Presents are given away on the first of next month, and every person who buys $L worth of goods or upwards receives a ticket in the grand distribution. COSGROVES Great Boot and Shoe Store, Cor. Church and Crown St f 13 d&w NEW HAVEN. CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE. TRADE MARK X lie Great TRADEMARK jun glial. JCem edr, An unfailing cure for Seminal Weakness, Sperma torrhoea, I a, poten cy, and all diseases that follow, as a se quence ox bell- Abuse; as Itoss of i Memory. Universal BEFORE TAIUKO." ain AFTER TAKING. the Back, Tlimnwui of Vision. Premature Old Age, and manyother Diseas es that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and a Prema turf Grave. W Foil particulars In our pamphlet, which we de sire to sen 1 free by mail to every one. tar The Spe eino Medicine la aold by all druggists at $1 per pack age, or six packages for $5, or will be sent free by mall on receipt of the money bv addressing THE GHAT MEDICINE CO., No. 10 Mechanics Block, Detroit, Mich. rsv Bold In Mew Haven by all Druggists. Ja7 lydftw BIOHABDBQN CO.. Wholesale Ag't. SUCCESS! DR. S. W. FISKE, Of Norwich, Conn., Tbe Celebrated Clairvoyant Physician, And Magnetic Healer of 29 years practice, also Busi ness and Test Medium, WILL vlelt New Haven, Conn., four days In every month at the Tontine Hotel, where he can be consulted Monday evening, February 16th, Tues day, Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 17th, 18th and 19th, and Friday, the 20th, until 3 p.m. Omoe hours from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. The doctor examines the aick at sight, without be ing told of their complaint, 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 the patient in a healthy condi tion. The doctor la also possessed with strong mag netic healing powers for the quick removal of all dis ease. He has been in active practice for over a quarter of a century, treating thousands of cases with remark able snooMa. Medicines prepared expressly for each and every case and furnished very reasonable, and nothing poisonous given. The doctor does not charge exorbi tant prioea. Medicines will be furnished from two dollars upwards. Also Bent to all parts of the oountry by express when desired. The doctor can also read your past, present and fu ture destiny, and is one of the most astonishing seer of the present age for his truthfulness in reading the most important events in one's life. He also has great suooesB in selecting lucky numbers. Sittings for bus iness affairs or examination of the sick, $1. Coram u nioationa by letter upon business or health mutt con tain $2, age, aex, a lock of hair, and a tamp. Address Lock Box lies, Norwich, Conn. tVThe doctor oan be consulted at the Sterling House, Bridgeport, Oonn February 31st and aad, and the 23d, until 8 p.m. Ja39 d&w i-orto Rico Molasses. fVT EW crap Ksyaguez, P. B. Molasses, heavy body and light color. A better article ia seldom found. For sale by . , HESBT fcTOUKIl, 172 Chapel St f IS Neaur Coe's Opera Basse. Gailford Clam Three Thousand Cuilford Clams, Just Received. ALSO Shad, Bass, Salmon, &., &c, AT - JPoote Ss Co.'s, fl2 353 State Ktveet. $72 A WEEK. (12 a day at home aaaOy made. Oostly outnt nee. Adores xnis wo Augusta, as Cuticura Remedies. Outicura BeBOlvent Is the most powerful Blood Puri fier and Liver Stimulant ever compounded. Cuticura is the great external remedy for all Humor of the Soalp and bkin, Ulcers and Old Sores. Cuticura Soap is an elegant toilet and medicinal as sistant to Outicura for all external affections. Prepared by Weeka & Potter, Chemists and Drug glata, 360 Washington Street, Boston, Mass., and for sale by all Druggists and Dealer. Price of Outicura, small boxes, 60 cents; large boxes, containing two and one half times the quantity of tmall, $1. Insolvent, fl per bottle. Outicura Soap. 25 oents per cake; by mall, 30 oents ; three cakes, 75 oents. aftlLIAes Hundreds of little Nerves and V' ' ST Mueclea respond to the Electri- KOLTUC EUOoHpBe'mout,tteyeIiS tJ a e-rtra applied. They Instantly Anni- IS I fes"" hilate Pain. Strengthen Weak and Painful Parts, Draw Poisons from the Blood, Pre vent Fever and Ague, Liver and Kidney Complaints. f23 MWF2W REII0VAL! B. E. SAHFORD RESPECTFULLY announces to his friends and the public generally that in consequence of In creasing; bnsiness be has removed his Grocery and Provision Store From No. 91 Whalley Avenue to the new and commo dious Store, UTo. '40 Elm Btreet, CORNER OP PARK. His stock of goods will, aa heretofore, embrace tbe choicest selection of Groceries, Provisions, Fresh Meats, Vegetables, etc. Flour Superlative, New Process and other kinds. Sugars All Grades. BUTTER, as good as the most fastidious could wish for. Teas and Coffees very choice and warranted to suit. Prime Beef, Veal, Pork, Mutton, Hams, and a thou sand and one other articles which want of space for bids enumerating. Price as low as tbe lowetvU Goods delivered promptly. fl2 f - KDITKD AND PUBLISHED BT - OABBDrGTON & CO., No. 400 State Street, Courier BnilUB8 font b. aamarffaTox. 2WAB X. aaBBXHSTOll. JOHN a. CABBIM OTOK, n. Friday Morning, Feb. 27, 1880. POLITICAL, CONVENTIONS. Bepublioaa National Oonvantion, Chicago, June a. Connecticut Bepublioan Convention, New Haven, April T. - New Hampshire Bepublioan Convention, Oonaord, Mays. ' Butter and Eggs ABE selling very fast at the New Haven Butter Store. Some new customers were astonished to see such prices where they had paid 10c more a pound. Xn fact, th-s is the headquarters to go for Batter and Eggs. Butter selling the same as last week. Eggs at 16o per dozen. Also can be hsd the finest Tea and Coffee for a little money without a check at the New Haven Butter and Coffee Store, 116 Congress avenue. 121 A. & H. FJSBXBEBGr. Fancy Oats. JUST received, the fourth car of those Fancy Oats, that make the horses laugh. None like them in the city is what we hear said by many of our custo mers. While we are having a rushing trade in these, we are not neglecting other things in the Flour, Grain and Feed line. No other evidence is needed that our store is the best place to purchase goods of this kind than the constantly increasing patronage from close cash bnyers. Come and be convinced as many others have. 150 and 152 State Street. ttld&w JOHN KEBLET. c. iftOKitirait & co., (FORMERLY OF NEW HAVEN,) Ltitaaographer, Enrrnvers, and Power Press Printers, 62 and 64b Duane Street, N. Y. WITH our increased facilities for doing business, we can turn out work at prices much below our competitors. Estimates cheerfully furnished on ap plication. Address aa above. f!6 3m HY CATALOGUE FOR 1880 Comprising a Full and Complete XilSt of CHOICE Field, Garden and Flower SEEDS, 'S ill 1 TRADE MARK. Will be ready for distribution March 1st, and oan be had FBEB oa application. FjBAJrK S. PK.A.TT. VERY TRUE I WE have lust received to-day : IS bags of Old Government Java. 10 baga Arabian Mocha Ooffee. 10 bags Maraoaibo Coffee. 10 bag best Bio Ooffee. Which we will guarantee to be of the beat quality. We grind them fresh to order. A full assortment of fresh Sploes oonstantly on FIXE TEAS, Of the best quality at the lowest price. The finest brands of Flour from the well-known mills of St. Louis, Illinois and Michigan. ' A line stock of Fruits received this day, consisting Of 10 cases of Florida Orange. 5 bbls. of Havana Orange. B beta, of Jamaica Orangee. Fine Valencia and Messina Fruit. New Layer Figa and Dates. 20 bbls. of Baldwin and Greening Apples, Neuf chatel and Frontage DeBri. Cheese. PASSOVER BREAD. The first of the season. Wines, Brandies,Piper Held sick and Mumm's Cham pagnes, London Porter and Cass' Ale. Imported and Domestic Cigars. Andrew Goodman, JTO. 8S CKOWN STBEET, Near Music Hall, 4 door from Church at., fax Gasdmas's Building;. GOOD NEWS FROM THE SOUTH. Material prosperity will do aa much to set things right in the South aa any "policy" that oan be devised, and the improvement in the business of that seotion is therefore exoeed lngly gratifying. A correspondent of the Ohioago Inter-Ooean who has been traveling through the Southern States, and has enjoyed unusual facilities for meeting bnsiness men, makes s most cheering report of the oondition of affairs in that section of the country. He finds that the people are just learning the trne way to manage free labor, and the blacks are also just beginning to have an idea of the accumulation of property. Where formerly they either rented land at a high price or hired out at sixty dollars a year, they are now buy ing land or, with accumulated earnings.remov ing to other sections of the oountry. In the oity of Maoon, the correspondent fonnd ten freemen who are worth $ 15,000, twelve who are tated at $10,000 each, and quite a large number whose possessions are reckoned as worth $5,000. All of this money and equiva lent has been accumulated by those negroes in the South since the signing of the emaoipation proclamation. In North Carolina the negroes may not have been quite as successful or fared quite as well as in the interior of Georgia, bnt now that the price of cotton has advanced, the planters express a willingness to do better by them. The great increase in the cotton orop since 18f 0 is shown by the following : In that year the States of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina, Ten nessee and Texas produced 1,355,028,300 pounds of cotton, and in 1878, when the last statistics were made np, the same States pro duced 2,316,221,250 pounds, or an increase of not far from 1,000,000,000 pounds. A marked change in the cotton trade is the continued in crease in rail shipments from the producing oountry to the consuming centres and ship ping points East, and this is being facilitated by the increasing activity in railroad matters which exists everywhere in the Southern States. One of the leading causes of this in crease is the growing disposition to do away with the service of middlemen. Agents of Eastern spinners are found in nearly all in terior towns, who buy on small commissions and ship by rail virtually to the mill doors. The cotton f aotories at Atlanta and Augusta, in Georgia, re doiner a flourishing business, and a company is about ready to erect several factories in Columbia, North Carolina. There are seventeen factories in operation in South Carolina, having a capi tal of over $2,000,000 and employing 2,296 operatives. These factories have 95,438 spindles, with 1,933 looms in operation. The profits range from 18 to 50 per cent., the lat ter figure being the return from the West minster factory. The improvement in ma chinery is another marked indication of pro gress in the cotton growing States and, gener- erally speaking, the agricultural implements are much better than they were under slave labor. There are other indications of reviv ing business in the South besides those ia the cotton trade. The gold mines in North Caro lina are being profitably worked ; coal has been found which promises to be quite a bo nanza to the owners of the land ; the lumber business was never better, every mill in Georgia being run at full blast, and the result a vast production of long, clear yellow pine. Live oak for ship building is in great demand, and at Doboy recently, sixty-five vessels were loading at onoe. At Beaufort thousands of negroes find steady employment in the quar rying of phosphate found in the bed of the river. At present this phosphate goes large ly to Baltimore and Boston, where it is manu factured into a fertilizer and reshipped to the South to enrich her worn out lands. In time the Southern people will manufacture it them- j selves, as they are now learning to manufac ture their own cotton goods. There is evidently more thrift and prosperi ty in the South now than there has been for twenty years, and the outlook is a pleasant one. If the people of that section pay strict attention to business and make some needed corrections in their political methods they seem likely to enjoy a long season of success. EDITORIAL NOTES. Bead what Professor Johnson has to say concerning the adulteration of foods, and re member that he is not given to exaggerating. The presentation by Vermont of Senator Edmunds as a candidate for the presidential nomination meets with much favor. No Re publican is more worthy of acceptance by the national convention than he. The Belfast (Me.) "Age," the leading Greenback newspaper in the State, counsels the Greenbackers to give up even the appear ance of maintaining a separate organization and to merge themselves in the Democratic party. In acoerdanoe with .this plan the Democrats and Greenbackers are holding anion caucuses in the State. The Fall Mali; Gazette gives some curious figures showing the relative earnings of the various classes of English railway carriages, gathered from the official returns of the com panies. During the half-year recently ended every first-class carriage on the Midland rail way earned on an average 716, and every third class 533. On the Northeastern rail way the first class carriages earned on an aver age 312 each, the second class 334 each, and the third class 524 each. On the Manohes ohester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire railway every first olass carriage earned 117 in the six months, every second olass carriage 130, and every third olass carriage 553. The re turns are exclusive of the receipts from season tiokets, which are not divided into the sep arate classes in the official reports, and in every instance the "composite" carriages are excluded from the return. Even the reckless and wretched "para graphers" do not offer to take the Czar's place, and it would be hard to find anybody who would, considering the kind of life he leads when he is not being shot at or blown up. It is said that his uniforms are now especially prepared and steeped in a particular wash which renders them bullet-proof. The car riages and sledges used by the monaroh are also plated .with iron, and such is the myste rious secrecy with which he is surrounded that even the most trusted policemen are ig norant half an hour beforehand in what direc tion he is going. The cook is watched at his work by two special employes, and the kitch en door is guarded by two sentinels. The viands are tasted by experts, and only offered to the Czar when they are convinced that no poison is lurking in them. Fond as he is of a good oigar, the Emperor is obliged, from similar motives of prudence, to forego the pleasures of smoking. Such is said to be the life of the greatest autocrat in the world, who must now and then envy the pt even of the meanest of his subjects. One of the most difficult problems with which school teachers have to deal ia that of securing the regular attendance of their sohol ars.. It ia claimed that the Quinoy method and the teachers who use it solve this problem, as they seem to have solved. several others. In Quinoy there is noticeably a growing love for school and all that pertains to it Means of stimulating attendance, behavior and study, outside of real teaching, are becoming less and less necessary. Tardiness has been great Iy reduced during the past year, and the tru anciee are confined to a few trivial oases, most of wbioh are dus to changes in teachers. There have been only two truants who seemed incorrigible, and. they have been cured by kind treatment. 'There have been few pun ishments of any kind, and they, like the tru ancies, are generally caused by changes in teachers. The results seem to prove that the attractive influence of real teaching will ren der punishment and compulsion in attend ance unnecessary. There is said to be also far higher result than this to be seen by those who follow the ohildren from step to step, and grade to grade. It is the steady growth in good oharaoter of the boys and girls in the Quinoy publio schools. The moral effect of filling children's heads full of good thoughts and their hands full of pleasant, ab sorbing work is the formation of good habits of thought and aotion. General B. F. Butler, tbe president of the National Home for Disabled Soldiers, in his report on the. , affairs of that establishment makes a suggestion that has a wide applica tion. After saying that the inmates of the home are required to assign their pensions to it, but that when the arrears bill became a law some of the inmates preferred to take their money, varying in amount from two hundred to fifteen hundred dollars, and their discharge from the home, he adds : "Now they are com ing back after one, two, three and four months' absence, with their money entirely gone, almost universally squandered, broken down in health, with added disabilities, many of them only fit subjects for the hospital, to be oared for out of our funds, making an ad ditional burden upon us. The board do not oritioise, as they have not the right to criti cise, the decision of the law officer of the Gov ernment (that the arrears must be paid to the inmates of the home and not to the home) ; but assuming it to be the law we bring it to the attention of Congress, so that if ever here after any gratuity is to be given to the sol diers so far as the National Home is con oerned, it may not be in fact given to the gambling sharks and rumsellers who prey upon the soldier, and be in f aot a gratuity to them, and not to the soldier himself, exoept to be a curse and not a blessing. " Not long ago we gave some aocount of tho trouble "one dead woodoock" has made the Massachusetts courts, and the case is not yet ended. At the trial in the Superior Court it appeared that the proprietors of Young's ho tel, Boston, had and served at their dining room to a guest a woodcock, for which they reoeived payment. It also appeared that the woodcock was not killed, taken or caught within the limits of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, but was taken, caught or killed in the State of Pennsylvania, at a season and time when it was lawful, by the laws of that State, to take, catch or kill woodoock, and was dead when brought into Massachusetts. Upon these facts the defendants asked the court to direct a verdict of not guilty, and further asked the court to rule that the defendants had not committed any offense under the laws of Massachusetts. The court declined to so rule, and instructed the jury, as a matter of law, that the defendants were liable under the statute, aud directed a verdict of guilty. The defendants alleged exceptions. The case was argued before the full bench in January last. On tho part of the defendants it was argued that the evident purpose and intent of the act were to proteot live game within the limits of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. On the part of the Commonwealth it was argued that the ruling of the Superior Court was oorrect, and that the statute prohibited the having in possession and selling in Massachusetts in tbe month of July a woodcock lawfully killed in another State. The court has now sustained the exceptions taken by the defendants, set aside the verdict and ordered a new trial, for tbe reason that "the defendants are not punish able under the statute for having in their pos session, offering for sale and selling a wood cook, whioh is admitted to have been lawfully taken or killed in another State." ALL WOOL. It is easy to breakfast in bed if you will be satisfied with a few rolls and a turnover. A oood rule for the rink If a young lady can't skate, let her slide. Boston Courier. It has been disoovered that the Dutch baby cries for its mudder and fodder at the same time. New Orleans Pioayune. People who insist on wearing their old rags are only working against a reduction of the price of paper. New Orleans Picayune. Talk about acting Juliet ! When you see Mary Anderson come out on the Capulet bal cony, lay her piece of chewing gum on the railing, and reach for Romeo, you see aoting real enough to craze a Harvard student. N. O. Pioayune. The Boston Globe notioes that King Alfonso wears a necklace of black beans as a charm. Boston papers always did speak well of Al fonso, and they have stood by him faithfully in two marriages and other troubles. It was the bean. New Orleans Picayune. Visitor "Lor', 'ow did it 'appen ?" Mrs. O'Blamey, the nurse, whose patient has had a relapse "Will, now, she wor a-gittin' on f oinely, she wor, whin all av a suddint she tuk a woilent cold. No one cudn't tell 'ow it appened,but it's my belafe they gevher gruel out of a dhamp basin;" At a crowded French country theatre a wo man fell from the gallery to the pit, and was picked up by one of the spectators, who, hearing her groaning, asked her if she was much injured. "Much injured J" exclaimed the woman, "I should think I am. I have lost the best seat in the very middle of the front row." The bes and most conclusive reason for an effect that we ever remember to have heard was given by a Dutchman, in reply to a friend who remarked, "Why, Hans, you have the most feminine cast of countenance I have ever seen." "Oh, yaw," was the reply, "I know the reason for that my mother was a woman." A young lady writes to an exchange : "For my part, I prefer an evening passed at home with a pleasant book to attending balls, par ties and theatres." O, certainly. When a young lady hasn't a beau, nor a new bonnet, nor a new walking costume, she generally prefers to remain, at .home with a book which she is too mad to read. Norristown Herald. A Frenchman can even look at his afflictions in a bright and cheerful way and smooth the roughest path by a bit of pleasantry. A gen tleman was recently walking in the Tuileries with his dear children eight beautiful daugh ters. "What!" said an acquaintance who met him, "have you so many children and all girls?" "Yes," returned the paternal guardian, "these beautiful girls are all mine. What one wishes for in his youth and finds it hard to get one has in abundance in his old age." Tennyson's contribution to St. Nicholas narrowly escaped destruction. Mrs. Dodge read the first two or three lines and inquired, "Why, what idiotio bosh is this ?" She read two or three more, and then thrust the con tribution in the waste basket with an exola mation of disgust. Fortunately, the name of the author was conspicuous as the poem lay in the basket, so she repernsed the dainty lines, exclaimed, "How delicious I" and sent them ont to the composing room by a special messenger. Elmira Free Press. Tne DJapnote and the Dlapnotic Liftrlat. From the Bethlehem (Pa.) Times. In conversation with Dr. H. E. Licks, the inventor of the diaphote, our reporter learned this morning that there is a strong probabil ity that this instrument may be successfully employed for tbe economical transmission of sunlight. The diaphote, as fully explained by Dr. Licks in a lecture last week before the Monooacy Scientific Club, of whioh we pub lished a full abstract, is an instrument by which objects far distant can be with the aid of eleotrioity rendered plainly visible. The rays of light from an object fall upon a pecu liarly constructed mirror of selenium and iodide of silver, which is placed in an eleotrio oirouit passing to the remote observer, who, by looking into a speculum made of chromi um and selenium, sees the reproduced image almost as distinctly as if it were near at hand. The theory of the instrument is similar to that of the telephone. In the latter the vi brating diaphragm induces electric currents, and these cause a second diaphragm to vibrate correspondingly ; in the diaphote the light effects ohemioal changes in the mirror whioh modify the eleotrio currents and cause' the image to be reproduced on the far distant speoulum. Our reporter found Dr. Lioks in his labora tory engaged with his assistant, Mr. K. M. Puter, in experimenting upon some new speculum amalgams. On the work benches stood queer looking cameras and queerer looking diaphotes, while a multitude of wires ran along the walls and across the ceiling. Dr. Licks courteously explained the peouliar disk on whioh the speoulums were polished and the f urnaoe retorts in which the amalgam was prepared. "The amalgam on whioh we are now working," said he, "is to be used to determine the oost of applying the diaphote to tho transmission of light. With instru ments already made, I am able to reproduce the image of a burning lamp or gas jet with fair success for a short period, but to do it economically and continuously a somewhat dif ferent ohemioal composition must be adopted for the mirror and speoulum. I can show you what we have done thus far, if you wish." Thus speaking he motioned the reporter into a dark closet, and pressing a key a bright light at onoe appeared in the speculum on the wall. "That is the image of the sun," said the doctor, "as due to the rays falling on a mirror of only 16 square inches out on the roof, and it would be just as bright were the mirror five Or si miles away.- Now tuts light will remain of this steady brightness for a great many hours and days, but I find that . chemical changes gradually set in which after a time oause the speculum to become disor ganized. We feel confident that our present experiments will overcome this difficulty soon," Our reporter suggested that by the use of several diaphotes a large eleotrio light might be subdivided. ."Certainly, sir," said Dr. Licks, "but as long as we can use it to subdi vide sunlight it will not be profitable to run steam engines to generate eleotrio lights. At first it will be mainly employed in oities for the dark stores and offices where now gas is burned all day. Jiaoh of these offices will have a speculum connected by a wire with a cen tral office where a large mirror collects the sunlight. For dark days artificial light may have to be used to some extent to illuminate the mirror, but the cost of this will be little compared with the profit on the free sunlight, and it may perhaps be possible by reflectors to use the diffused light of day even when the sky ia wholly olouded. Ultimately I expect that New York will be illuminated by sunlight transmitted from Eastern Asia or the Pacific islands. In some of these regions the sun is never obscured by olouds, and it ' is day there when night is here. Large diaphotio mirrors will be erected there, and connected by telegraphic wires with our principal cities, with thousands of little diaphotio speoulums, will give out the reproduced sun-rays, the most cheerful and most healthy of lights." It is pleasant to live in an age of progress like this. Men not yet old can remember when the pine knot and tallow dip were exten sively employed for illuminating rooms. Then came whale oil for many years, and later coal oil with its pleasant light and dangerous prosiveness. Gas soon followed, liked for its conveniences and hated for its high monthly bills. Latterly the eleotrio light was coming into successful use, but so rapid is the progress of scienoe that u is scarce ly perfected before the idea of the marvelous diaphotio light appears, which depends only upon that inexhaustible reservoir the sun for its source of Bupply. We congratulate Dr. -Licks on his invention and wish him the greatest measure of success. SECURITY INSURANCE GO. OF NEW HAVEN. NO. 3 LYON BUILDING, 317 OHAPEL STBEET FIRE AND MARINE. CASH CAPITAL 300,000 Ghas. Peterson, Thos. B. Trowbridge, J. A. Bishop, Dan'l Trowbridge, A. O. Wilcox, Ghas. S. Leete, J. M. Mason, Jas. D. Dewell, Oorneline Pierpont, CHARLES s. LEETE, Vice President. H. MASON, Secretary. GEO. E. NBTTLBTON, Ass't Sec'y. jyl eodtf St Gentle Who want glossy, luxuriant and wavy tresses of abundant, beautiful Hair must use LYON'S KATHAHtON. Thia elegant, cheap article always makes the Hair prow freely and fast, keeps it from falling out, arrests and cures gray ness, removes dandruff and itching, makes the Hair strong, giving it a curling tendency and keeping it in any desired position. Beau tiful, healthy Hair is the sure result of using gataairon. ALESMEN WANTE good mbnTO ScLL CIGARS TO DEALERS- i.' G4 mTE Amonthandexpenses J1 UO Samples! Free. 1 And send itwithyour application.also 99;naa aa Ja. ...... if: voaTKH Ac r.n. ' V, O, Box 1379. - Cincinnati, Ohio. The Highland and Winthrop Portable Ranges. rjHE largesMnostJperfeet snd simplest on the JL market. They' are the most even bakers ever made. Sold by W. T. Cannon & Co., Bj 360 State Street, near Ohapel. CA1 A Wonderful Cure. A Lady Rescued from a Living- Grave, Saved as by Fire, lirnphlc nescrip tion. Elixir of Sulpnnr. Its Oood Qualities and Good Works. Correspondence of New Haven Sunday Union. WrNrrscm Locks, Conn., Jan. 32d, 1880. To the Editor of The New Haven Union. It is not very often that we witness the raising of a person from the grave, but we have had in this quie town, what seems almost a miracle. Some two or three years ago Miss Hartha 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 lungs, which ss you well know Is very dangerous. Several weeks ensued befo.e she could be moved to her home, and from that time Bhe gradually failed, and In less than twelve month she was hopelessly sick with that dread monater 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 sore, and it was with difficulty that she could swallow even liquid, much less solid food ; it was simply tor ture and she grew to be a mere shadow, with a distres sing cough and no appetite. At this time there appeared on ;the soene a visit who told wonderful stories in regard to a medicine hat would surely cure her, saying that the gentleman that made it was a modest druggist in Holyoke, Massa chusetts, by the name of Arthur. Bhe had been given up by physicians, and also tried so many so-called " Sure Oure" 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 well woman, and as tonishes her neighbors by viaiting them a of old They look upon her as one almost risen from the dead and the whole town are talfcing about it with wonder Now these are simple facts that occurred so publlol y that I deem it a matter of publio Justice to make a note of it. The medicine, I almost forgot to say, is calls d Arthur's Elixir of Sulphur," and from a careful In vestigation in this case, and incidentally many other, 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 ia hard to dissolve. Yet it is such a valuable remedial agent that the chemists ot centuries have en eavored to produce one, but it was left for this man Arthur, a druggist in Holyoke of twenty year stand . Ing to bring it about. 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 oaae further, can write to Misa Chandler herself, or to our worthy druggist, Mr' W. Browning, who w il gladly answer any questions in regard to the case. More anon, Buok. BichardBOn ft Oo. and E. A. Whittlesey at wholes. 1 and at retail by Druggists generally. o!W eoilfcwljr