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Moniay aSaming, April 19, 1880. LOCAL SEWS. (For other Idol News see Seoon Paje, A Double Commemoration. The Twenty-fifth Anniversary ! (be Consecration of St. Thomas' Church St. Paul's Cbnrch HemiCntennlal Tlie Events Comntemoratsd Ser mon by Rev. Dr. Bsardsley. To-day ia the twenty-fifth anniversary of the conseoration of St. Thomas' ohnroh, and Thursday of this wssk is the fiftieth BnniTwr sary of the like svsnt at St. Paul's chnroh. The Bey. Dr. Beardaley preached a commem orative discourse yesterday morning at his ohnroh before a very large congregation. Last evening he repeated the discourse at St. Paul's ohnrch, together with an addition re lating specially to the coning semi-centennial of that chnroh and being introductory to the crank These speoial services likewise draw ont a large congregation, so that mumbers were standing, there feting no mors standing room. As announced by Dr. Beardaley, he had consented to preach at St. Paul's, with - the proviso that he should repeat what he had given his own congregation in the mora ing. Eev. Mr. Lines, rector of St. Paul's, read the services. He, in the afternoon, preached at Si. Thomas' church. The Bit. Mr. Towassnd, of this oity, read services at St. Thomas' in the morning. We give the main portion of the sermon as preached at St. Paul's entire as follows : The reverend gentleman's disooarse was based npsa' the following words, found in Psalms exxxiv., 2-3 : "Lift np your hands in the sanctuary and bless the Lord. The Lord that made heaven and earth bless thee out of Zion." After having spoken of the temple service, its character, solemnity, impor tance, the service of the priesthood in the sanctuary and impressively spoken in this branch of the discourse, the sermon took up the commemorative occasion. The raotor said: Standing as I do, my brethren, on the eve of the 25th anniversary of the consecration of St. Thomas' church, I feol that we have much rtason to be grateful and glad, and ts appro priate to ourselves a cordial reciprocation of the privilege which we conceived to have taken place between the priests and the Le vi, c 3 retired from the temple of old, and the priests who arrived about to skut the gates for the night. It is not my purpose to go back to the beginning of our history as a parochial organization. The earlier facts have been gathered and put into a form that will preserve them for the use and held of successive generations. But starting with the 19th day of April, 1855, what have teen jjur general movements as a parish end our experiences as a Christian peo ple ? What has been the . progress of our church in this city ? and bow do we stand as to relative strength among the religious bod ies by which we are surrounded ? It was af ter many months of weariness and watchful ness of alternate hope and anxiety that we en tered these walls for the consecration services. We bad done our beat to build as os a rock. Strength and durability with a good architect ural design were the first things to be secured. The interior finish and ornamentation were left to be taken up quite In an unknown fu ture. When, therefore, we came into posses sion many things were incomplete. Outside wo had no fence, no pavement, no flagging, to make our entrances pleasant. Instead we had an unadorned chancel, untinted walls, nnpaiuted ceilings, a small organ whose rich tones I had heard when a young man in St. Paul's church of this city. We had insufficient means for heating and lighting ; and to crown uil, if there be such a thing as a lux ury in owing money, ws had a comfortable debt of about $30,000. Well, it was a day of small thing, and it seemed hardly pertinent to apply to us with much emphasis the words, "Lift up your hands is the sanctuary sad bless the Lord ;" but we had among us wiss heads and liberal hearts, and first one step was taken and then another to reduce the mountain of our indebtedness and make it easier to see our way into the clear land of sunshine and peace. Nothing was ever dona to impose new obligations upon the parish until the old one bad been lessened ; no scheme was ever resorted to, or experiment, to attract crowds to the church, not for the purposo of worship, but simply with eager, insatiable curiosity which leads them on week days to concerts and theatres. You will bear me witness that nothing in the way of unprofitable religious sensation has svsr come within tbese walls. It has been patient, un ceasing work, and faith that Gcd would own and bless it, whioh has brsught us to this eve of the 25th anniversary of the consecration of the church, with interior adornment complete with a rich and beautiful chancel, an organ of noble tones aad great compass aad power, all an evidenoe of the pleasing faot that the cost of the church, the ground it covers, aad with all the other things, there is not a particle of indebtedness to be canceled. And I can but think and feel that beginning, as we did, the work under many disadvantages, a most com mendable example was presented for imita tion, when St. Thomas' church, in a quiet, unostentatious manner, balanoed its bocks and discharged the claims which had been resting upon it for years ; so that we who worship in its courts may henceforth say this house is the Lord's, and ours in trust for Him, from the turrets to the foundation stone. It is important, my brethren, for parishes to be good and united in love. Those which make for themselves a name for meannesses, for strifes and contentions among the mem bers, for the frequent changes of rectors or for looseness or inconstancy in their pecuni ary obligations will not be inviting fields for men to labor in who wish to be diligent in prayer and the reading of the Holy Scrip tures and in such studies as help to the knowl edge of the same, leaving asids the study of the world and the flesh. It is trus there are imprudent, wrong-headed olergymen, as well as perverse, wrong-headed laymen, but a body whioh divides responsibility for their actions would not place a high value on indiscreet zsal and aids to the holding fast to the best traditions. Thus they will be most likely to escape evils and mistakes into which they might otherwise have fallen. A quartu of a century brings great changes to a rector who has continued at the same post for more than this period of time. He will feel, as he comes nearer to the ending of his days that he is somewhat alone among his peo ple. Of those who signed the request to Bish op Brownell to consecrate this church, three besides myself are now members of the vestry, and of the men, women and children who have been a component part of our suooessive congregations, I have not counted the great number whose names have had the final entry on the parochial register under the head of deaths. Such changes would be altogether disheartening if other persons and families were not constantly coming ia to supply the vacancies whioh they occasioned. Ths speak er here referred to the great increase of wealth and population of the city in the quarter of a century past, and ths great benefit accruing to the causa of religion where the power of wealth booked by starling piety was placed in the service. He also spoke of the power of example, and cited a case notioed by himself when a young clergyman, of the goodly pow er of the example set by pious manufacturers in attendance upon worship, it being produc tive of a large attendance of the workmen. He then alluded to the attitude of certain scientific teaching toward religion, speaking powerfully of religion as fonnded upon eter nal truth, and quoting in application from a discourse delivered by him at the openiag of Trinity churob, Newtown, in 1870. He urged upon the clergy a renewal of their vows to the " holy relision that the power of the ii mn mignc prevail, j It is a pleasant coincidence in the history of our parishes in this city that the same week which brings us around to the 25th anniver sary of the consecration of St. Thomas' church fulfills ths semi-centennial day of the consecration of St. Paul's church. Half a century ago the population of New Haven, with little or no foreign element, was 10,678. and necessity calling for it the project of erecting a chapel of ease to Trinity church, then the one Episopalian parish here formed before the revolution took place and result ed in the erection of what was called at that time a fine Gethio struoture of substantial tone work 101 feet in length, including the towers, with an audisnoe room 80x60 and a lecture and a vestry room in ths basement occupying the same space. If we go back and stand for a brief spacs among the men and customs of that day we shall fiad some thing which will ap pear r trance to our unaccustomed eyes. Of the 40 clergymen then in ths dioeese actively engaged in parochial work, few of them had any proclivity to strict rubrical observances. They and their people thoroughly understood all questions nertainins to the ministry and the doctrines of ths church, bnt in matters of iiiuKi mey were not so cental or so tenacious of uniformity; indeed it was almost an impos sibility for them to be strictly rubrical. The order of the architecture followed by the parishes in the construction of their churches had been for the most part that of a New England meeting boo.se, and arched windows were the principal mark to distinguish the edifices of Episcopalians from those ereoted by ths sects. Chancel arrangements were crude and made without regard to the oon . venicnoe of the officiating ministry as to the proper manner of conducting divine service, and frequently in the smaller churches in the rural districts a spacious pulpit built very nearly . midway between the apex of the roof and - the level of the main floor, was used both for the prayers and the sermon. Sometimes lower down in front of the - pulpit a high breastwork was raised for a reading desk, and outside of this stood the Lord's table, whioh the priest never approached exoept on com munion Sundays. A recessed chancel was rarely to be seen, and.whera a surplice was worn the clergyman generally passed the whole length of the chnroh or sank away into a basement to reach the vestry room and change it for the black gown to deliver his sermon. I believe that those of yon whose personal recollections cover the major part of half a century will recognize in this picture some of the principal interior features of St. Paul's church as it was originally built. The plain, plastered ceiling, the pulpit against the wall, the desk of high breastwork and the vsstry room below were all here; and so perfect were the arrange ments thought to be, that back in the country where land was cheap and sold by the acre, parishes in erecting new houses of worship patterned after this church even to the gloomy and inconvenient vestry room in the base ment. Then when pulpits of considerable depth and an immovable sermon board were cosstruoted with reference to tall clergymen, the short ones suffered and had to be propped np by temporary expedients to bring them into a commanding view of the congregation. I remember a somewhat ludicrous incident which occurred in this very sanctuary at one of the annual conventions of the diooese. A rector from Eastern Connecticut, slender and of moderate height, had been appointed, and had promised to preaoh the sermon in the evening in behalf of ths Sooiety for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge. It was before the day of railroads and rapid travel, and owing to some accident the stage-coaoh was delayed and no little anxiety was felt lest he might not arrive in season for the service. Ths congregation had well nigh asssmbled, and a substitute had bean selected to take his place, when he hurriedly appeared, prepared to fulfill his appointment. No thought had been given to his comfort in preaohiug the sermon, and as he ascended the pulpit, peering scarcely above the breastwork, a smile went over the faces of the people when, in a fine tenor voioe, he named his text: "By whom shall Jacob arise ; for he is small." Unless I had been cognizant of all your subsequent history I should hardly believe that the church where I officiated as a deacon was now the beautiful one in whioh we are gathered, with a reeessed and spacious ohanoel, the Lord's table reverently exposed to view, ths pulpit and prayer desks conveniently and properly placed and all inner adornments and annexes variea ana complete, xi lua uunus of Zerubbabel laid the foundation of this bouse." it has been your privilege to finish it and to bring forth the headstone thereof with shoutings, crying, "Grace, grace unto it." Let me not be thought in anything l nave said to undervalue the work and faith of our forefathers. They did well, and merit the tribute of grateful remembrance. But each generation, both of clergymen and laymen, has its own duties to discharge, and the good women who are ever ready to enlist themselves in the charities of the churoh must fiad their best reward in the service of Him who hon ored one of their sex in the days of his humanity with the blessed commendation, "She hath done what she could." There is no law of entails never think there is by whioh we may leave to others ths fulfillment of religious obligations that properly belong to us. As things now appear, those who take our places hereafter will be sure to have enough to do not simply in supporting- And extending the chnroh and her institutions here in New Haven, but in spreading the true light of the gospel in the dark corners of this and other lands. We may hope for blessings when ws are faithful in worship and duty. " Prayer and praise." says Bishop Home, commenting on the text, "which by grace are caused to ascend from our hearts to God, ill certainly return in the benedic tions of heaven upon our souls and bodies, our persons and our families, our churoh and onr country ; like the vapors, whioh, exhaled by the warmth of the bowels of the earth, monnt upward into the air, but soon fall again in fruitful showers, causing the little hills to rejoice and ttse valleys to laugh and sing." If vou say to us, my brethren wno serve at the altar, "Lift up your hands in the sanctu ary and . bless the Lord," we may give back the respoase, as did tne priests oi oia, "The Lord that made heaven and earth bless thee out of Zion." Let us as Christian congregations rejoice in each other's prosper ity. Let us, one and all, see that we fall not behind in our duties to ourselves, to society and to the church. Let ns remember the day and the land in whioh we live, and do what we can to make our parishes and the city where we dwell better for our connection with them, better for all our charities and saorifioes and self-denials. By every sign the Lord hath given "the night cometh when no man can work" the night, but it is the true day, if we havs been wiss and done right eously. Now therefore and evermore lift up your hands in the sanctuary and praise the Lcrd ; the Lord that made heaven and earth give thee blessing out of Zion." State Correspondence), Seymour. A Are broke out Thursday welt of the Pin shop in waste saw duct end ran up under the carpenter shop, causing quite a lively time for the operatives. 1$ was put out without doinf much aerions damage. Edmund Day has juit purchased six fine building lota of T. F. Gilyar. U. J. Vf. Emery and wife leave for the West next month. Tha new firm of Weaatar & Dean have bought a span of fine bay horaos of A. B. Dunham. Nad Bach, sou of S. A. 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Address DANIEL ? mA S-s i, aliingKn, j. jfr JLC A Z Jfi SA AXLE GREASE. " Bert In the "World. I-asts longGr than any other, Al wswa in pool condition. Onres sores, exits. bruiseB and corns. Costs but little more than the imitations. Every package fcas the trade mark. Call for the gen uine, and take no other. JOHN F. ZEBLEY, JR. 3 Broad St.(Drexel liuildins),IVew York. letued by eitios, oonnties and townships of OHIO,INDIAHA,ILLIKOiS,MIS- SOURI, KANSAS, HESHASK, IOWA AND COLORADO. Special attention given to defaulted bo?ids of the above States, and information furnished. All classes ot Railroad Securities, interest paying or defaulted, booght and sold. Correspondence solicited. $77 A YEsVB and expanses to 3gonts. Outfit free. AaaregBJtJ. v. viUivtSKg, angueta, aiame. Advertisers by addressing eo fSowell & Co., 10 Sprace St., IKevr York, can learn the exact cost of any proposed line of ADVERTISING in Amer ican newspapers. gyiOOspage FamplileilOc. IE. F. KiirweU,. DENTIST, Glebe Building, cor. Ohnrch and Chapel sts., late of i'air Haven, f oniifiriT witliDr. E. strong. ap9 AX THE NEW HAVES BUTTER STORE CAN be had now splendid Geese and Back ESTJfs, New Mutter, quality very fine. Also the best tJof fee and Tea at the Lowest Prices. Call and Try Us at 116 COSfQHESIS AYS. ajT J FEgLBBBG BBQ8 u r E. the uarrnore s Artificial Ear Drums PEBFEOXTBESTORE THE TfEARIXfi and perform the work of the Natural Drain. Always in position, but Invisible to otners All Conversation and even whispers heard distinctly. We refer to those uiise tbem. Send fordescrintivecircular. (iAHMOHE EAK 1IKCM CO., CINCINNATI, O. ON THE TBACK !" "FOR EASTEIt!" Fresli Couatry Eggs, I5c, rtilrlrnn.. Tnpirflva n it ' Freatt Vesreta. bias, Fruits, etc., at New York Prices. Carnages and. Wagons for Sale. EUOH WAGON, also 4-teat Eookaway. three Sacond-hand Phaetons; Top Carriage, shifting top. patent wb.sai : also Beeond hand Wagons and Carriages Repairing of all Kinds promptly attended to and at he Lowest Prices. Carriages and Wagons Stored and Bold on Commission, j-29 D, TOBIH. 1C4 flTBEBT. Diseases of tlio sct; u ? I ortr.n roc en t or cbronic, are prompsly cun'st 1 xihQ'A lor over i5 '.--ivi tr of Europe unci Arucrica. f-STtfl HTM?' Paris. v Cay ins Capsules; tiiv; leading physicians Valuable and Desirable Real Estate for Sale, fSVM FIRST. The homestead of Charles A. Bray. Pp5 Esq. situated on the comer of Gnter and Rose Jfcika streets, in the borough of Fair Hayen East, The lot has a frontage of 116 feet on Center street. The house Is a substantially built and commodious bu tiding, having fifteen rooms, and is fitted up with all the modprn improTementy. Second. Two desirable lots lyin west of the "Pow der House lot," so called, each lot having a frontage of Bixty-five feet upon a proposed new street connecting with Prospect stret in said Fir Haven East. Also about two acres of land on Fair Kavan Heights, with two highways already laid out through the same, making the whole tract Tery desirable for building sits Third : One of the most capacious and best ar ranged safes in the Stats of Connecticut, end " Just the thing" for a Town, Banfe, cr an Insurance Com pany. All the above must be sold to close up an assigned state, and any information relative to price, terms, etc, etc., can be obtained by applying to either THOS, G. SLOAN, Yale Baii Buildinn, or WILLIAM P. NILE 8, 270 Chapel streot, Real Zitato Brokara of New Haven, or to the subscriber. 3 WILLET HEMINGWAY, Trute on said Estate. Fair Haven East, Nov. 20th, 187j n34eodtf Many Vry Celebrated. PHYSICIANS claim that children &vq never troub led with worms and especially young children. These rame physicians, while they set up this claim are thevery ones to use vermifuges in their practice, for fear tha child might be troubled with worms. Pa rents should give worm medicine to their children in the same way whsn they sfcow the least symptom of worms : and the best remedy to us3 is the justly cele brated 3905 Yermifuee. RICHARDSON A CO., Whole aale Agents. Bold by all druggists. Hall's celebrated Toothache Drops never fail. 3ylf ThSa&eowwly In eliminating the impurities of the biood, the natural and necessnrv result is the cure of Srrof uloniand otherSSiin 5-TrHifcions BIs?aM?a including CafiOi'rs, VIr, and other sores. It is the best BIwh. lsr5SS?r, and stimu lates every function to more heaithiul action, and thus a benefit in all diseases. Ijn2f jsa.a, 'SVesifcsaefis of tlie Stomnch, Constipation. 3.aGzin?ft. General Icbil ity. etc., are cured by the atofe ISitiers. It is unequaled as an Appet:sor and Iteguiar Tome. It is a mGdic;n v.-hi oh should be m every fam,lv, and which, wherever used, will save Bottles of two sizes; prices SO cei2ts and gl. jWARNER'S Ssfa Remedies are sold by Druggists & Dealers in Med icine, everywhere- B I eJtSJLLsJbJrSg BST Send for Pamphlet B fetSTaBS Testimonials. H. H.Warner & Co., Iroprielor, EOOHESTEE, H. T. For sale by Blcbardson & Co. and all other Drug. msts Veterinary Notice. DRS. O'STTLLIVAN & HOSE, Veierinary SsSSnrgeom, graduates of tha London and Amer ican Veterinary Colleges. (The only qualified veteri nary surgeons In Sew Hayen.) Offlee and Hospital, S15 CHAPEL STEEET. Koais of attendanca, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Telesrams and messages by post promptly attended St. di71y THE LATEST HOTELTIES IN Spring and Summer Millinery Can be found at the establishment of M'JLiLE JOHNS, lex CHAPEL STREET, Under tbe Elliott House. The lsdieB are invited to visit her parlor rooms and inspect as superb a selection of SIUXIITEUY GOODS as their eyea ever rested npoa or tho mot aTtistic taste could devise. Handsomely Trimmed Hats A SPECUL1T. All Orders Executed WitU Xig ' . patch. man a JUST Heavy Ftrgliig. E HAVE the best facilities for doing all kinds of Heavy steel and Iron Forgings, Drop wore, ie Jobbing. Planing. Lathe Work. tc. Prices and estimates given on application. Mansfield Elastic Frog S o,, Congress Ave. and Danett St., P O. Box 1,084. Hew Havsn. Conn, a&Utf Tontine Livery Stables. WE are prepared at short notice Jfco furnish Safi best Carriages, either close or open, for Balls, Weddings and Ohristentng It is onr intention to havs good Carriages at the de pot and on boat landings when needed. Grateful for the liberal patronage in the past we hope by strict attention to the waata f onr patrons to merit a continuance of the favors of the public. BARKER & BAH SOll, Proprietors. V. e.XjSligdon, foreman. n? KNOW THYSEL.F. fJHE nntold miseries that result R frym indiscretion in early Ufa may be alleviated and cured. Those who doubt this assertion should purchase the new medical work published by the PEABODY MIDIOAL 1NSTITFT, Boston, entitled THE SCIENCE OF LI Fit: or. SE,LJP-PES- EKVATION. Exhausted vl- tntv. nttrvoua and chyaioal debilitr.or vitality impair ed by the errors of youth or too close application to business, may be rsstored and manhood regained. Two hundredth edition, revised and enlarged, just published. It is t standard medical work, tbe beBt in the English language, written by a physician of great experience, to whom was awarded a gold and jeweled medal by the National Msdioal Association. It con tains beautiful and very expensive engravings. Three hundred pages, more than 50 valuable prescriptions for all forms of prevailing disease, the result of many years of extensive and successful practice, either one of which is worth ten times the price of tha book. Bound in French cloth ; price only $1, sent by mail post-paid. The London Lancet says : " No person should be without this valuable book. The author ia a noble benefactor," An illustrated sample sent to all on receipt of 6 cents for postage. The author refers, by permission, to JOS. 8. FISH ER, provident : W. I. V. INGRAHAM, vice-president ; W. PAINE, M. D,; C. 8. A0NTT, M.D.; H. 0. DOU OET, M. D.; IE. H. EXINE, M. D.; J. B. HOLCOMB, M. D.; N. B. LYNCH, M, P., and M. B. O'OONNBLL, M. r., faculty of the Philadelphia University of Medi cine and Surgery ; also the faculty of the American University of Philadelphia ; also Hon. P.A. BIS BELL, M. D., president of tho National Medical Association. Address Dr. W. H. A T PARKER, No. 4 Bulfinch ELXUJ-M Street, Boston, Mass. ITVUI? The author may be I XX i JJJ consulted on all diseases requiring skill and exper ence. nio Aixnswiy F ELM CITY SHIRT COMPANY, a Patented, Oct r Patented, 3!ch. MAJTOFAOTTTREBS OF ELM PIXY liTIPKOTGD Y"OIE SHIRT, 70 Ctvurl street. New Haven, Ct. WE beg leave to inform sur friends and the pub lic that we enter upon the New Yaar with a full stock of goods purchased bsf or. the late riae, and are prepared to sell our Shirts at ths lowast prices. Our Yt-Iiales8kie Department will be oondacted as usual. Onr Custom Department will receive special attention none but tho zaost skillful mechan ics are employed. Ths most ar,rved makes of Cot tons and superior Linens, oarsf ully seUoted for our fine trade, will be uaed. Fine Foreign Fancy SUirtinirs We have placed as order for- the meet extensive and attractive asssrtmsnt of Frensh and Esglieh Fanoy Shirtings of superior fabrics, embrac ing some three hundred different patterns of the most novel designs and choice selected styles. The style of our Shirts is represents in the abovs cut. The paUnt bosom and neck-band make it by far the moat desira ble as to fit and servioe. Goods are warranted to give satisfaction in every particular. We invit. JnspoU.a of the fabric, workmanship and style of cutting, at our omee, 70 Court street, corner of State, New Haven. We have on hand a few dozen Shirts, made of wam sutta and other good styles Cotton, whish we offer to close at 50 and 75 cents EI.M CITY SHIRT CO. f 28 tf GEO. P. MARVIN, Secretary. ASK YOUR GROCER FOB THB BEST WASHING COMPQUN YET INVESTED. Grocers Sell It. JOHH H. 0, DURANT, PRACTICAL WATCHSAKEB, And Dealer In WATCHES, CLOCKS, gIECTAC2.iaS a aid JEWELST, 3S Church Street, six doors south of PostofBce. A good assortment of Gold and Silver Watches, a fine aseortmant of American Clocks, nioael and black walnut. We shall make a specialty of genuine Scotch Pebbles, the beat imported, at the lowest prices in. the city. Watches, Clocks, Speotaclss and Jewelry care fully repaired. Diamond and Hair Jewelry to order. my prices will lie bottom and sstoaiah all. Come and be convinced. All my goods will be found to be as represented. Respectfully, apio tf J. II. e, PUR ANT, 38 Ohnrch. St. BEFORE BUYING Window Shades or Fiarlnree, CALL ON THE New Haven Window Shade Co., at their new store, 430 State Street, (4 Doors Nartu of Cnrt We have ths Irget Stock of Shades, Tassels, Pio tore Cord, fixtures. Table Oil Cloths, &o., In the city. Manufacturers' Agents for rite Rissell Carpet Sweeper, tbe Elm City Carpet Sweeper, Farrell liroi7 sprang apio Prices the Lowest. YALE DIJREAU OF PATENTS. A5DHEW (ySEOjLt, 4TJTHOR'of the new trade mark and label law for the State of Connecticut recntl passed by the stature. Application received and information given. Address . ANDREW OWEIXI3 Benedict Building, 82 Church Street, Box 602, New Haven, Oonn. "P3t READ! RIL.D! READ! POBTO Eico Molasses at 35o per gal. Sugar House Syrup 45c per gal. Old Cheese 4c and So per lb. Nice Cheese 16c per lb. Good Table Butter 21c per lb. " New Butter (Baker's Creamery) 3-5c per ID. New Turkish Prunes, 14 lb. for $1. 8 down Freah Eppe for $1. - . 4 I .Tf"?l t-;!K BARGAINS. 4 1 Standard Brand ToKatota, S lb cans, 12o can. Evans', Day & Co., Succotash 12c per oan. 3 Thomas Kersett'B Lima Beans 12c per oan. 4 Ihomaa Kersett'B Early Juno Paaa 16c per can. Fine Peeled Peaches 12c per on. Fresh Lemons 120 perd zee Fat Salt Mackeiel 2c each. 1. M. WEIXH & SO, Nob. 28 and SO Congress Avenue. ap9 ' " Maple Sugar and yrnp. W7JOB SALE, In large or small quantities, at lowest afs " B. B. HALL 4 80S. VED New Painted Chamber Suites I New Walnut Chamber Suites ! -AT- CMIMBEBLIN'S ma20 388, S90 and 892 State Street. Dyeing, Cleaning and Usaundrying OF KVEBY DESCRIPTION. Laoes and Laos Curtains, Window Shades and Damask Ourta ns, Muslin, Kep and Brocatelle Curtains, Car pets, Crumb Cloths and Bags, Bilks and Silk Dresses, Merino, Cashmere and Poplin Dresses, Fringes, Gimps, Braids, Feathers, Gibbons, Kid Gloves, &c Crapes and Crape Vails, Gents Coats, Pants and Vests. Laundrjlng of 8hirta, Collars, Cuffs, Underwear, Counterpanes, Pillow Shams, Sc., o. Everything guar, anteed nrst-class. Sole proprietor for the State of Connecticut of the celebrated Troy Patent Machine for lanndrying collars and cuffs. - MIjM CITY DTE WOKKS AH 9 STS1M LAUJfDBT, 360 and 178 Chapel Street. ma2 THOMAS FORSYTH. FINE CARRIAGES FOR FAMILY USE. j LATEST STTXE9 IH .Landaus, Iiandaulets, Ber lin Coaches, Coupes, Broagliams, Viotorias,and Six-Passenger Rockaway s, All strictly first-class. Warranted to give perfect satisfaction. II. KILLAM & CO., oi5 tf New Haven. Conn. A P .O. X ositive Cure Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies, lass PATENTED OCTOBER lO, 1S7C ONE BOX No. 1 will cuie any caai 1st four days, or less. No. will care tite Most Obstinate Case, no matter of now Ions; standing:. No nauseous doses of C'ubcbs, Copaiba or Oil of Sandalwood, that are certain to produce dyspepsia by destroying tbe coatings of tho tomacli. Price 81.50. Sold by all Irnsre;ists or mailed on receipt of Price, For f urtliey particulars send for Circular. P. O. Box 1,333. J. C. ALLAN CO., No. 83 John Street, New York. We offer 500 Reward! any case tbey will not care. QUICK, SAFE AND Nt.'IEK CURE. n21 ly 188 SF Gk LL880 JAMES SON, 333 AND 335 CHAPEL STREET, Respectfully announce that tbey have received their selections of Spring tioods, embracing PAPER HANGINGS, of which they will make a specialty, and of which they have a Largo and Elegant Assortment, including DADOES, Gilt, Embossed, Solid Gold Ground. CURTAIN GOODS, FRIEZES, LAOE GUIPURE, RAW SILK, JUTES, OIL CLOTHS, Etc., Etc. mal8tf SUPERIOR NUTRITION THE LIFE. IlBE MftCLNAIFOOJ) THE SALVATOR FOR INVALIDS AND THS AO ED. AW INCOMPARABLE ALIMENT FOR THS CROWTH AND PROTECTION OF INFAMTS AND CHILDREN. A SUPERIOR NUTRITIVE IN CONTINUED FEVERS, AND A RELIABLE REMEDIAL AGENT IN ALL PISE A.S E S OF THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES. fr-o-c THIS Justly celebrated Dietetic Preparation Is, In composition, principally the CLUTEM derived from tlie WHITE WINTER FLINT WHEAT CEREAL, a solid extract, the 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 scienceas the Safest, Most Acceptable and Reliable Food for the Crowth and Protection of INFANTS and CHILDREN, and for MOTHERS lacking Sufficient Nourish ment for their offspring. Unlike those preparations made from animal or rinous matter, which are liable to stimulate the brain and irritate the digestive organs, it embraces in Its elementary compo sitionThat which makes etronsr. 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 preventlvo of those Intestinal Disorders Incidental to Childhood. And, while It would bo difficult to con ceive of anything In Food or Dessert more Creamy and Delicious, or more Nourishlng and Strengthening as an aliment In Fevers, Pulmonary Complaints, Dyspepsia and Cen ral Dsblllty, Its Rare MedEcInal Excellence In all Intsctlnal Diseases, especially In Dysentery, Chronic Diarrhea and Cholera Infantum has bsen Ir.contestably proven. llllllil 3 SOLD BY GAS FIXIUJ RE-BR02J2ED AS iOH AS SEW, AT Foskett & Bishop's, . 479 State Street, Estimates on application. Gower & Mansfield OFFER for sals or rent a very desirable piece of wbarf property, wiHi 15D feet water front and extending to the Hartford Bailroad. It Is a good loca tion for a maaufaetory, with well built ooal sheds and abondanse of room for wharfage. i'tse mmaun cmE5 "fiSJrED STATES PATEHTS. 100,000 Hard Brick Now on the presalses, can be used to advantage for building purposes, and will be sold cheap. Also three old buildings to be removed. ap9 daw Public information. rsrHAI most excellent specific for Nervous and Gcn J. ral Debility, Paralysis, Dyspepsia, etc., Dr. San ger's Eleutherios Tonic, can be found, wholesale or re tail, at O. B. WHITTLESEY'S Testimonial cu-4oiil-tfd. " M GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE. 1RADC IV? ARK Therea TRADEMARK Ji; tigr life ii item ed y9 An unfailing cure for Seminal Weakness. Sperma torrhoea, I a. poten cy, and all diseases that follow, as a se quence of Self bnee : as Loss of Memory. Universal BEFOBE TAaiafi-iiie. AFTER TAXINQ. the Back. DimneBS of Vision, Premature Old Age, and many other Diseas es that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and a Prema tare Grave. tT Full particulars in our pamphlet, which we de sire to senl free by mail to every one. t3T The Spe cific Medicine 1b 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 lEDIClNE CO., No. 10 Mechanics Block. Detroit, Mich, fc eold In New Haven by all Druggists, Ja7 lyd&w BIOHARPSOS & CO., -Wholesale Ag'tB. A WEEK. $12 a day at home easily mads. Costly outfit free. Address Xkue fc.Co.. Augusta, Me R. Ha EDDY, TV. 76 State St., opposite HHby, Boston Secures Patents in the United States; also in Great Britain, Franco and other foreign countries. Copies of the claims of any Patent f nrniehsd by remitting one dollar. Assignments recorded at Washington. No Agency in the United States poasatsett superior facili ties for obtaining Patents or ascertaining the patenta bility of inventions. B. H. EDDY, Solicitor of Patents, TESTIMONIALS. " I regard Mr. Eddy as one of the most capable and successful practitioners with whom I have had official intercourse. OHAS. MASON, Commissioner of Patents. Inventors cannot employ a person more trustwor thy or more oapable of securing for them an early and favorable consideration at the Patent Office, t EDMUND BURKE, lateCommissionsr of Patents." Boston, October 19, 1870. R. H. EDDY, Esq. Dear Sir : You procured for me, in 1840, my first patent. Since then you have acted for and advised me In hundreds of cases, and procured many patents, reissues and extensions. I have occa sionally employed the best agencies Id New York, Phil adelphia and Washington, but I still give you almost the whole y business, in your line, and advise oth ers to employ you. Yours truly, GE0HG2 D3APEB, Boston, Jany 1. 3880. jal eodly DoGsatonic laiiroad Through Cars Between Bridgeport and Albany. Shortest, Quickest and Ctaeapes Route for Albany, Troy, Sar atoga, and tlie West. PASSKHGE3 TBAINB IdSTB BHIDGFPOBT for ALBANY, BAHATOGA au toe WEST, 10:10 a. m. (npon arrival of 9:33 a.m. train fromNe-wHavenJWSTH 'I' II KOI Kill CAR 1FOU AI.HANV, arriving at 3:ga p. tu. Arrives Saratoga 6:s p. m.; oonnectins a Albany with 8:10 p. m. Popnlar Ohlcago ana St Louis Express, arriving In Chicago 7:40 the cox p. BL. Zteave BBZDGBPOBT at 4:56 p. xn. (connecting with E:4C p. m. Train from New Haven) arriving in Albany 10:06 p. m., Saratoga 12:S0 night. IHROII6H CAIUTH Al. bany at 6:40 a. m., arriving in Bridgeport 13:S noon, New Haven 1:10 p. m. Through Tickets sold and Baggage Checked at Now Haven Passenger Depot for JPittsfteld and al Honsatcnlo Stations, Horth Adams, Albany, Troy and Saratoga. E. D. AVERTLtj, General Ticket Agent. Ii. B. sTILMON, Superintendent. Bridgeport, Oonn., Soy. 10, 1879. New York. Kow slaven and Hart ford Kailroad. OS and after Monday. May 13th. 1S7. Trains leave New Haven as follows : vioo m. in., itniB tram sxopB at minora,; x:ou p. m., S:85, S:38, 8:10 p. m. Washington Kiht Bxprafel via Harlem River Branch, 11:40 p. m., (daily ex cept Sundays) stops at Bridgeport, South Norwslk. Stamford. Accommodation. 6:30, 7:25 a. m., 12:0s noon, 8:45 and 5:4u p. m. Train for Bridgeport a 7:30 p. m. SUNDAY EVENING TRAIN for New York will leav. at 8:iS p. in., arriving at Grand Central Depot a 11:5P p. m. FOB HARTFOBD, MIEIiLSTOWN, NE'- BEITAII. 6PBIHHriELD,B'.mT0Nsna the North Expres 2:80 a. m., (daily except Mondays) fur Hartford stopping atMeridsa This train goSB from Hartford to Coston via Willtaiantio and Patuam. Ac oommodatios 8:15 a. m. for Bpringfleid. Express 10:3 a. m. for Meriden, Berlin, New Britain, Mid dletown, Hartford and Springfield. Aeoomm. 10:48 a. ffi.jfor Meriden only. Express, 1:21 p. m. for Spricgaold.stcrs at Hartford and Koriden on. ly. Accommodation, 8:1 .a p. m. for Springfield. Expres. a:Qt? p. m. for Meriden, Berlin, New Brit ain, Mlddletown, Hartford and Springfield. Ac commodation 8:15 p. m. to Hartford, connects for New Britain and aiindl-j'cown. Accommodation 8:10 p. ra. for Sjsringaeld. Express ia:00 mid night fcr Mariden. Hartford and Springfield Sundays, express 12;C0 midnight for Meriden Eartford and Springfield. FOR NRW LONDON, PROVIDE WOE, NOBWIOH BOSTON and tbe East. Express trains at 13:8 midnight, and 3:27 p. m. Accommodation train at 8:08, 10:40 a. m., 5:86 p. m. Special to Gotlfor at 8:30 p. m., sieppug at all stations. Daily. E. M. BEBD, Viae President, my26 Hoston & Sew KgtIz Air .lae Bit. r!KStl vn ana alter MONDAY, March J4th !iSa&S7il. trains will run fnlfn-om- 8:0 a. m. TRAIN for WilUmantio, connects at Willi uiaunu wuu irams OT US iM. 1. SE 71. J. and S I N. railroads, arriving in Boston at 1:15 p. m.' Providenoe 12:26, Worcester 12:2" p. m.. ani Norwich at 10:50 a. m. 10:45 a. m. TRAIN for Willuaantio, oonnectlng at Wll. limantlo with N. Y. at N. E. and New London Northern Railroads. 5:30 p. m. TRAIN for Willlmactio, connecting at Willi, mantle with New London Northern Ej, B., f os Norwich and New London. Trains leave TnrucrTilie for Colchester at 8:50 a. m 1:05 and 7:S0 p. m. ' Leave Colchester for Turufrvilie at 8:25 and 10:50 a m., and 5:20 p. in. Trains connect at Middlelown with the Oonn. Valley Bailroad for Saybrooit and Hartford. See Posters. j. H, FRANKLIN. raaS Superintendent. New iitivexx and Hortiiamptoii Kailroad. tSfSg3S3 1Jn aid ftr Mondiy, Nov. 26th, 187 Trains will leave New Haven at 7:10 a lu.VlO:SF it.,and 5:'JS p. ta. forPlainvUle New Hartford, Westaeld, Holyoke, Easthampton NorthaiiiX-o2i and Williamsburg. Trains will arrive from the above points at 9:15 m., 1:36 p. m. and K:C5 p. m. Ciosa Constacrious. At Plalnville with trains eatt and west on New Von and New England KB. At Pine Meadow with Oonn. Western RR. At WestSeld with Boston and Albany RU. At Northampton with Oonn. River RR. For particulars see small Time Tables at tha olo -and depots. EDWARD A. BAY, General Ticket Agent. New Haven, Nov. 2Kb, 1878. n26 Hew a&.vsn. fessd ifd ?Hylsi 1 road un ana after WBDK aODAY, May UU 1$78, Trains will run as follows : LZAV3 NEW HAVEN, At 7:10 and 10:00 a. m.; 2:09, 4:50 and 8:15 p. ra. LEAVE ANSONIA, At t.:46 and :04 a. c:.; 13:50, S:in and 7:25 p. m. Connections ars made at Ansonia with paaaeugsi trains of the t?aT3atnox rftiiroad, and at Sew Haven with tha principal trains of otier roads centering there. W. a. QUINXARD, Sup't. " Sow Heve, Kay li, 1873. rayis CiSaia OOMlfENOlNa MAY 15, 1878, tralnj 32&?aTZiWwiU run as follows: GOING NORTH taavs BmnssroBT. 7:80 a. us. Miis Train for Winsted. (7:iX) Sundays.) 10:00 a. m. Passenger Tnin for Winslad, conneotma at Derby from New Haven ; at Wsterbury for Bristol and Hartford and Watertowa. 10:80 a. m. Freight Train fcr Winsted, 2:50 and 6:R6 p, m. Mixed Trains for Waterbary, re ceivlag passengers froQ Nsw Haven at Ansonia, fr.BO p. m. Passenger Train for Vi'insted, oonneoting at Derby from New Hiven, at Wsterbury Watertcwn. GOING SOUTH LjtiVB WixEUDOBI. 65:00 a. m., 8:00 a. m. yreight Trains. 8:17 and 11:50 a. m., 229 p. m. Passenger Trains. S.il p. m. Milk. On Sundays a milk train 5.25 p. ra. Stages for LHohileld leavi utohSeld Station oa arrival of all trains. Freight trains have paEuecgcr accommodations. GEO. W. BSAOH, Snp't. Bridgepcrt, May Ktsi, I37B. myl8 Steamboat Liaa for New York, .Fare 851, inclaling Bertn. Ticltels for tlio Ilcnait 'M'rlp, Sl.SO. "sSA The StesmarO. H. NORTHAM, Oapt. jisSiSS-?- . Bowns, will leave New Haven at 12:0u p. in., Ousdava exospted. Stateroom? sold at Berkele St Curtigs', 103 Church street, near Ghapsl. Steamer CONTINENTAL; Oapt. P. J. Peck, Ioayts New Haven at 10:15 a. m.. Sundays excepted. FROM NEW YORK The O. U. NORTHAM leaves Peck Slip at S p. m., and tha CONTINENTAL at 11.3 J Saturdays at 12 o'clock. Sunday MisrRat ISoat for Mow Yorlr. The Steamer NEW HAVBH, Capt. Snow, leave. New Haven at 11 p m. Staterooms sold at the Park House and Elliott Houg3. Tickets are sold and baggage checked through to Philadelpliia, (both reuses) Balttmoreand Washington S20 JAS. H. WARD, Agent. ' NATIONAL LIKE OF STEAMSHTPS!"" BETWEEN NEW YOCCK, LIVGKPOOI,, QUliENSTOWN AND LONDON DrHEdT sauin weeaiy irm Pier 39 North SWRiver, New York. Are among the lar- eteamsiiips crowing the Atlantic. Oabin rate". 50 to $70 : Eiccnrfitnn. Km to $120 ; Steerage, $25 ; Prepaid Steerage Tickets, t2 " Being $2 lower than most other Lines." Oflloes, 69 h 73 Broadway. New York. V. Vf. J. HURST, Manager. Aenls at Xew liavn, BUNNELLv-SORANTON W FIIZl'ATRIOK, A. McAi.ISTER- GEO.M.DOWNES -Vr ...TP T- ZL M' c . w. 15 t?. c EioTKl Mail $6iea!2e.,rs, Kiw YorR fo Ouegnstswni mi Uwrnsl At Wi n slow M. liamb'B Casli rocery Ctore, 143 Ceorg-e, cor. CoIIcro St. BEST and Choicest Groceries oan always be found. Livery, both in Business and Pleasure Teams, at moderate rates at ISO Crcorgro Street mal5 Mi ll. Pimm 3 36 i:im Street, Cor, o9 Ot&nse, cSO Kdw Haven, Oonn. $72 FA8HIOK8. A Fall tusBortment of Hme. Demorest'o Beliabl Patterns, Paris, Itondozi, Vienna, and New York styles. A lady in attndanoe npon customers. Alio, a full atock of Papeteriee, Letter and V ota Papers. Envelopes, Inks, &c. Full sets Franklin Square and Seaside Librarirs. Ptrge passage tickets to and from Europe. Drafts, payable at sight, issue'l for 1 and upward at lowest rates for sale-by Tne Bownea News Company, 5 Exchange Building. ap7 ARTHUR M. DOWNES.I EXHIBITION IT is perfectly grand to behold tha elsant Scotch Trowoerings an Suitings just roosived at X. It. F SEE OMAN'S, 92 Church street, and New Haren can fairly boast of having the best pants cutter in the Btate. Scotch Trowserings made to order, with pa ent rubber bottom protectors, for $7. Holiday Qtoodn, At Nepal's, llie Jeweler, A GENT for the celebrated Saltzman Watches. Dia i monds and Fine Jeweb-y a specialty. Also fin olfdjUcld Chainsfor ladles and gentlemen, at NEPEL'S PARLOR STORE, 63 Ohnrch Stree Opposite PosS O Children's Carriages, VELOCIPEDES, Made AND liopaircd. E. WHITMOKB CO., 35 Center St., near mnrcn. 1880. L. H. Freednian. t IS tf No. 92 Church Stree t. Jewelry I Jewelry New Goods ! New Goods ! Old EsfabUshsd and Rsnswnsd Stand. Cases tie-filled and lc-ttocbcf5 All Cioods ot Choice Selections Prices Low. BEAUTIFUL Gold and Silver WatchM of well known and reliable makes. We can fmarantee all j our goods to ba as represf-ntsd. H&ve sold to thon ; eands in this and neighboring towns. Plain Gold anil j Elegant Stone Kings in gr.-at profusion. Look at onr j Silverware Department before purchasing elsewhere. ! They are standard goods. Special attention to i Uaicb aud Jew?elry UlcpzLiEine', uid also to Fngraving in all branches. The bett work. AU are welcome to call and examine goods. j GEO. L. STREETER, I . S3 11 APE aTBSJBT. ia31 d&w School -Books, AS need in tha City and County of New Havn, for Eale at lo urates at BABCOCK'S, aplO lot Palladium Budding, 97 Orange Btr et. a week in your own town. Terms $5 and ontfl free. Addreaa H. Hallkix fe Co., Jfortlaud, Me $66?, UITY CB1 BERIiIH. S4S1 OITY of SIOHMOSD4S07 CITY OF OKBSTES, 56fl OITY of HO. XaSAI. H90 Tons OV oi BKDS3BLS, Slit OITT of NEW YOBK SS0 QlxV OS1 PARIS, 808 OITY of BKOOKX.YN J9U These magnifioent steamers, bailtin watertight oon:. partmeni'S, arc among the stronost, largest and fas est on tha Atlantic. The saloons are Insurionsiy furnished, especially well lighted and ventilated, and talra np the whole width of the ship. The principal staterooms are amid, ships, forward of the engines, where lst noise and motion is felt, and are rploio will every oouifort,hav. ins all late! improve Tnsuts, desbie berths, aleotrie bells, &o. Xha e72tajne !i&s always been a specialte of this Lin. lAdies' mMm and bathrooms, Qentienion'a smolcin j and bathrooms, Barbers' shops, pUnos, libraries, 4so. proviaed. The Bteerago accomtiictlat:cn cannot ba ssotlla ? Fasssngers of this clasa will find tboir ooraf ort and pri vaoy partioolarly stmlisd, ani ti:e proTlatcnina nam passed. For rates of jsskso ana ocber luforsjotioii, apply JfOitlX HAl,e, Agent, Or to 8, Broadway, Nsw Yarit. Edward Dowses, 309 Ohapel street. W. Fltsraatrlck, 117 Qraad street. Bunnell & Kcrantori, SCf; Oiael s?.1. Patent Hoekers, PATESIT MOCMKIES. From $6 tj $30. Kcvi iSavjJi Folding Cliair Co., apio 55' State Street. Strain's mikm Traaspcriation Lins Ccmjnsncing Wednesday, Sept. th, 1878. m.JsSZ Tie JOHH H. 8TABIN, Oapt. MoAl. ,pflister, will leave New Haven at 10:18 p. tn. onSnnday, Tuesday and Thursday. Ieave New York at 9 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The EKASTUH OOBUIHa, Gapt. Spoor, has recent ly had thirty new rooms added and is in first-class shape for carrying passengers, will leave New Havea at 10:15 p. m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Jteave Ktw York at 9 p. m. every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Duly Brassy nlgut boat from Ne-- Tork. , Fare reduced to Jl, isclndlnc berth In cabin. " " " .S0, " " stateroom. Tickets for tbe rorrod trip, $i,50. Kail OOAon 'oaves the depot at 8:10 p. m. Laave corner Ohurcb and Oliasel streets every half hour commencing s:30 y. m. Tickets sold and" baggage ohockedto Philadelphia. Freight billed to the West at New York rates. Bpecisl f rsighi rates to Philidslphia, Baltimors sad Washington. Boats land foot of aorilsnfit siroet. close to Pecna. and New Jersey Central s. It. ycrry'. i-a(aae trans lerred fres. Tickets and Staterotans can be vmrdiased at Tontiua Hotel, at Bd. Eowa 23'. ;S9 OiaptX ai., and at Sownea News Agency, 351 Chapel Streot. Staterooms for SnnSay niht boat can be obtained A. Bpanlding's dreg store, 89 Ohuroh street. yt. B. KIIJCKB, Aitent, New Haven. W. C. EG3BT0H, General AgEBt, Pier 18 North Bl er. New Ycr. S3 CM I DP I IPC nPFICIPNO. 1 'ON E IIOK. JOSEPH II. Sl'THnrR PT-Mnvrtr nf lrt-. ford. Savs: " WaS affer.tod with Inenmnin fnr hibont three years, canned by over-work; cured in isix weeics oy using " wyomqe." litter may De Mb. A. C. Soper. vrith. D. AnDieton & Co, says: ,The almost immediate aud bcneilcial eitcct or Wjromoko in -Dyspepsia and JNervouSj .jjtjuiniy was in my canerao-i astoxiifumK." cercanborcad. Eold'bTrniirffista. Send for Tamuhlat. SHAIHON & mwiGK, Cfteiaists m ApotnecariesJ c-ii-iOi riwritu; l VIU Ani mAn k, b a 0, 1 143 Trumbull St., Hartford, Conn. FREE 'NEirnTScientlli'rci:r.'"Trir IVei-rous Debility, ttt.f!i9ctr9- Vkcnicoifad Co. P.O.bo