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Kitey i Liyer $1.25 PER BOTTLE ! A Positive Remedy for ALL Kid ney, Iiiver and Urinary Troubles of both Male and Female. READ THE RECORD: It saved mj life." E. B. Likely, Selma, Ala. i it is the remedy that will cure the many disease peculiar to. women. "Mother's Magazine. " It has passed severe tests and won endorsements from some of the highest medical talent in the coun try.'' ew York World. " No Remedy heretofore discovered can be held for one moment in comparison with it." O. A. Harvey, D. D., Washington, D. 0. This Great Natural Remedy is for sale by all Druggists in all parts of tne World. TRY IT AND TAKE NO OTHER. II. II. WARNER & CO., aulo eodJtwtf Rochester, TS Y. A SUBEJCUBE! For Diarrhoea, Dysen tery, Cramps, Cholera, Andall tlmit Numerous Troubles of tne Stomach asd Bowels . So Prevalent at this Season. Wo Remedy known to the Medical Profes sion has been in nse so long asd with inch uniformly satisfactory results aa PERRY DAVIS' VEGETABLE PAIN KILLER. It has been used with snch wonderful success in all parts of the world In the treatment of these difficulties that it has come to be considered AN UKFAIUlVCf CURE For all Summer Complaints, and such It really is when taken in time and according to the very plain directions inclosing each bottle. In such diseases the attack Is usually sudden and frequently very acute; but with a safe remedy at hand for immediate use, there is seldom danger of the fatal result which so often follows a few days neglect. The inclination to wait and see if the morrow does not bring a better feeling, not unfreqnently occasions a vast amount of needless suffering, and sometimes costs a life. A timely dose of Pain Killer will almost invariably save both, and with them the attendant doctor's fee. It has stood the test ot forty years con stant use in all countries and climates, and is perfectly safe in any person's hands. It is recommended by Physicians, Nur ses in Hospitals, and persons of all classes and professions who have had opportuni ty for observing the wonderful results which have always followed its use. ! have proscribed Perry Davis' Pain Killer exten sively in Bowel Complaint (particularly for children), "and it is, in my opinion, superior to any preparation I have ever need for the relief of that disease. A. HUNTING, M. D. No family can afford to be without It, and its price brings it within the reach of all. The use of one bottle will go further to convince you of its merits than columns of newspaper adver tising. Try it, and you will never do without it. Prioe, 8c, 50c and 91 per bottle. Vou can obtain it at any drug store, or from PERKY DAVIS & SOW, Proprietors, Providence, R. I. a5 d&wtol CURES WHEN AIX OTHER MEDICINES FAIL, ns it acts directly on the Kidneys, Liver, and Itowels, restoring them at once to healthy action. HUNT S KEJ1EDY fs a safe, sure and speedy cure, and hundreds hare testified to having been cured by it when physicians and friends had frfren them up to die. Io nut delay, try at once HUM'S REMEDY. Send for pamphlet to WM. E. CLARKE, Providence, R. X. Prices. 75 cents and S1.25. I-arsre size the cheapest. Ask your druggist for HUNT'S REM EDY, Take no other. KNOW THYSELF ! The untold miseries that result from Indiscretion in early life mv VtA allAviatAci and cured. tfl?F:;$"T Tbo0 wno doubt this assertion iV ' should purchase the new medical AI S Jf work published by. the PEABODY mm MEDICAL. INSTITUTE, Boston, entitled THE WIKMCE OF LIFE s SELF-PRES- "KIIVATION. Exhausted vi paired by the errors of youth or too close application to business, may be restored and manhood regained. Two hundredth edition, revised and enlarged, just published. It is a standard medical work, the beat in the English language, written by a physician of great experience, to whom was awarded a gold and Jeweled medal by the National Medical 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 the 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 Is a noble benefactor." The Tribune says : ' The author has had unprece dented success in dealing with nervousness of all kinds and its affections, whether due to pernicious habits or inherited. He is a Nervo-specialiat, and therefore knows whereof he writes with such power and ability." An illustrated sample sent to all on receipt of 6 cents for postage. The author refers, by permission, to Hon. P. A. BISSELL, M. P., president of the National Medioal Association. Address Br. W. nchHEAXi PARKER, No. 4 Bullfinch Street, Boston, Mass. rflTTATCJTjT The author may be A XX X OxL-X-iX1 consulted on ail diseases requiring skill, ana experi ence. JelO MThaw 7559&;61jl)rangc St. FURNITURE DEALERS UNDERTAKERS, HAVE the flnost Painted Bedroom! SulteeCn the city. New Parlor Suites, Walnut Bedroom Suites. The best Spring Bed for the money. Splint, Battan, Cane and Bush Seat Chsirs.Jn great variety, as low as can be bought. UNDERTAKING Promptly attended to, night or day, with care. Jhxues preserved without Ice In the best Also sole sgents for Washburn's Deodorizing and Disinfecting Fluid. A new lot of Folding Chairs and Stools to rent for parties or funerals. ' Jol5 . DON'T FORGET IT! THE ' Florence Oil Stove ! Cannot be - exploded, and is the most convenient. "Welcome Light and Devoe's Oil. NO. 154 ELM STREET. C. P. Merriman. Also Kerosene, Lamps, Fixtures, fcq. : -. an - GOVVER & MANSFIELD OFFER for rent (to be ready for occupancy , jj in July) one or two floors of a substantial brick 'sill building on Grand street, 8xS0 feet Can ba used for stores or factory or neavy storage. A desirable house on Middletown avenue, for sale or rent. ( , A large and well Assorted stack of Dry Lumber for sale. Also ipraes poles suita ble for boat masts, flag poles, stag poles, tles;rapU poles. . Bangor Iath, Southt m Pine, ' Ash and Walnut, .All at low prices. 15 GRAND STREET. Jel daw IU ,11 l!liiir Journal i& Cramer. Thursday Morning, August 19, 1880. Local News. Tor other Local News see Second Page. Close of the State Turn Pest. At the closing exercises of the State Turn Fest in Meriden Friday evening, prizes were announced as follows : Men, First Class 1st prise. New Haven ; Sd prise, Bridgeport. Individual prizes 1st, Louis Brack, of Bridgeport; 3d, Rudolph Born, of Meriden; 8d, Wil liam J. Hugendubel, of New Haven. Men. Second Class 1st prize, Meriden; M prize, Hartford. Individual prizes 1st, Frederick PukaU, of Hartford; 2d, Paul Kueller, of New Haven; 3d, Theodore Hax. of Meriden. Throwing Thirty Pounds Weight 1st prise, Joseph Nett of New Haven, 18 feet, 3 inches ; 2d prise, Louis Brack of Bridgeport. 17 feet, 7 inches. Hand Over Hand Climbing let prize, Louis Brack Of Bridgeport, 39 feet, 6 Inches; d prize, George Eckle of New Haven, 32 feet. Running High Jump for Boys of the First Class 1st prize, Frederick Munz of New Haven, 4 feet, 7 inches ; 2d prize, William Miller, 4 feet, 6 inches. Declamation By men : 1st prize, George Schulze of Hartford; 2d prize, Martin Loesser of Bridgeport. By boys: 1st prize, Arthur Leible of Hartford ; 2d prize. Edward .Holland of Hartford. By married ladles : 1st prize, Mrs. Katherina Schenck of New Ha ven ; 2d prize, Mrs. Katherina Freysinger of New Haven. By young ladles: 1st prize, Miss Louisa Hirshfleld of Meriden. - nainvilleCamp Meeting. The second day of the camp meeting at Plainville was marked by a large number of arrivals on the early trains and by private conveyance. The early prayer meetings were well attended, and at 10 a. m. Eev. W. H. Wardell, of the South Park church, Hart ford, preached an excellent discourse, which was closely listened to by the congregation. In the afternoon Eev. D. O. Ferris, of Hiddlefield, preached on the fullness of God's love and mercy, and produced a deep im pression. Among the preachers present at the meet ing are Kev. George A. Hubbell, presiding elder in charge, and Eevs. Charles H. Buck, New Britain; William H. Wardell, Hartford; George Ij. Thompson, Hartford; Calyin B. Ford, Waterbury; Joseph Vinton, Windsor Locks ; Albert Booth, Cheshire; James W. House, Clinton ; Eichard S. Eldridge, Mid dlefield ; Daniel O. Ferris, Bristol ; Charles w th Rnvmnnr : A. H. Mead. Yalesville: n t "Wrtfb Ttnrlmm , Nfilson T, Porter. Middlebury; C. M. Pegg, Kensington; Lem uel Richardson, Port Jefferson ; Smith W. Tolles, New Haven; George W. Coburn, Wethersfield ; H. F. Pease, Berlin. The Court Kecord. City Court Criminal Side Judge Pardee. James McDonald, resisting Officer Hart, $1 fine, $8.67 costs ; Catharine McGarry, theft from house Of Jonathan Ingersoll, $7 fine, $7.87 costs, thirty days in jail ; same, theft from house of George Baldwin, $7 fine, f 6.87 costs, thirty days in jail. City Court Notes. Ia the City Court yesterday morning Catha rine McGarry, who haB been engaged in whole sale thieving about the city for over a year, was arraigned. Yesterday morning George Baldwin, of Lafayette street, identified a silver cake basket and two china sugar bowls, one gilt decorated, as his property. Jonathan Ingersoll identified two children's chairs, a robe and a reclining chair. Dr. J. P. C. Foster identified a table. The woman was fined $7 and costs and sentenced to jail for thirty days in each of the cases of theft from Mr. Baldwin and Mr. Ingersoll. Before the other cases are tried the public wi 1 be given an opportunity to examine the stolen proper ty, which will ba assorted, with a view to giving every facility for identification. Jottings From the Military Field. Pursuant to orders from Colonel Crof ut, the field and line officers of the Fourth regi ment assembled in Union Armory, Bridge port, at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, to elect a major to succeed Major C. E. Doty, re signed. Col. Crofut presided. Captain Goodwin, of Co. E, the senior captain of the regiment, and heading the list therefore in the order of rank for promotion, stepped out before any action was taken. On the third formal ballot, Capt. Blakeman of Bridgeport had 4 votes, Capt. Crowe of South Norwalk 1G, Adjutant Hubbell of Bethel 3, Capt. Shumway of Litchfield 2, Capt. Goodwin 2. Capt. Crowe is therefore the new major. The meeting next took into consideration the proposed monument to the late Colonel Fair- child and instructed the committee to obtain and present plans. The Washington Park M. E. Sunday school have raised a fund of about $000 for the monument, and there have been some private subscriptions in addition. The regiment will probably join the school, but has as yet made no appropriation. At noon the meeting adjourned and the officers proceeded to the Atlantic Hotel for dinner. , At the meeting of the Hillyer Guard, Hart ford, held at its parlors Tuesday evening, Capt. P. J. Moran was the recipient of an elegant gold watch from the members of his command. It is of the Nicoud pattern, one side bearing the monogram of the captain artistically wrought and the other an ap propriate inscription. The presentation speech was made by Lieutenant Flanigan, and was fittingly responded to by Capt. Moran. Colonel Eogers Jones, inspector general at Washington, has been selected by the War department to inspect the Connecticut Na tional Guard at the Niantic encampment next week. Dr. Charles M. Carleton, of Norwich, sur geon of the Third regiment, has been ap pointed brigade surgeon, to have charge of the sanitary arrangements at Camp Fairchild during the coming encampment of the First and Third regiments at Niantic. State Correspondence. Cheshire. A special town meeting is called for Satur day, Aug. 21st, for the purpose of taking action in regard to laying out and making a road, running from the turnpike to the Ches hire Creamery and thence to the iron bridge at Cheshire street ; also to instruct the Se lectmen in regard to repairing the West Cheshire road, to take action in regard to building a new town house and to make dis position of the new town farm. The Episcopal parish and Sunday school hold their annual picnic at Moss' pond to-day (Wednesday). Hotchkiss' band give a concert on the Green Thursday evening. It will be worth attending. August 18tb. . North Haven. The Center picnic party, an organization of our townspeople so old that one can hard ly remember when it did not exist, held its annual reunion at South End Grove yester day. The party numbered about one hun dred, and right merrily did they spend the hours of a day which was apparently made for their especial enjoyment. Though the poetry and speaking, which were a part of the programme in years gone by, were lack ing this time, the company entered so heart ily into the fishing, sailing, bathing, croquet and other sports that the hours passed only too quickly, and it could hardly be realized that one of the most enjoyable of a long se ries of gatherings had so soon passed into history. To-morrow (Thursday) evening the young people of the Congregational church, will hold a peach festival in the lecture room of the church. Those of our city friends who may be inclined to give ns a call will do well to remember that the driving is good and the moon full. We can assure them their recep tion shall be cordial, and all their wants sup plied. . Aug. 18. Killingworth. Mrs. Sherman Kelsey and children are here from Lakewood, N. J. Miss Bell Robinson and Miss Julia Hull, of New Haven, are visiting friends here. Mr. Eldon Parmelee, who was very sick while visiting in Branf ord, has recovered so as to reach his father's home, and is improv ing in health. Eev. Mr. Armstrong's sisters, Mrs. M. L. Bishop of Norwich, and Mrs. Dwight Chaf fee of Mansfield Center, with their families, have come to the parsonage to spend several weeks. As Mr. A. is unmarried and only has his study and sleeping room furnished, he has had to temporize conveniences for his guests, and they are having a jolly time "roughing it." , A carriage and span has come to do them service over these hills and through the valleys, and the echoes of their mirth will undoubtedly be awakened and prolonged. '"" There was a Sunday school concert at the Congregational church Sunday evening, which was very interesting. Subject, "Our Home." The Sunday school is in a very prosperous condition and eaeh of its mem bers did their part well. Mr. Bishop, who is superintendent of a Sunday school in Nor wich, addressed the school in a very accepta ble manner. There were a great many pres ent from the surrounding towns. Mr. Davis, of Clinton, brought up a load, and when near the Center discovered that one of his horses was sick. He stopped at Mr. Stevens' hotel and unhitched it, when it laid down and died. Aug. lstn, iou. , ; . AL. jU. . Madison. ' We observe that Justice H. B. Wilcox has no far recovered from his recent illness as to be able to ride out. Eev. Wm. B. Lee, from Long Island, preached very acceptably in the Congrega tional church last Sabbath. It is expected that a select school will be opened some time in September in Lee's Academy. A committee of three vfT,e ap pointed at a recent meeting of the citizens, who have the matter specially in charge, and it is hoped they will be able to make all nec essary arrangements and secure a competent teacher. Mr. John H. Meiers met with a serious acci dent on Tuesday, August 17, while on a sail ing excursion with many of his townspeople to Greenoort. Lone Island. On their return passage they were becalmed in Oyster bay and many landed for an hour or two, and in doing tms tney had to be transported xrom the schooner to land in a small boat. Mr. Meigs, in his anxiety to reach land the earliest, iumoed from the small boat, before it was beached, on to a rock which, being covered with weed, gave him no good footnoia, con sequently he slipped and fell, fracturing one of his knee-pans. He was taken to the ves sel and cared for, and upon reaching home, at about 5 p. m., Dr. Sweet, of New Haven, was sent for, who came on Wednesday morn ing and attended to him. The party left Madison on Monday morning and returned Tuesdav evening, beine awav twenty-four hours longer than they expected to be when starting. But tne wind for sailing excursions is a poor dependence. For the Jouenal and CoraiEa. Draps o' Dew. Welcome ! cool shade o' th' leafy bough O' spreadin' elms sae soothin' now Home o' th' birds, a' trillln' love's vow Sae blithe an' gay Wi' gleeeome songs o' chat'rin' mon', This lovely day. While Bkippin' frae this spray to that, The dewdraps shak'n cam' down sae pat An' heavy on my Sunday hat, They startled me, An' steppin' quick I fell malst flat ; Ye'd smile to see. Garland like this, I'll tak' a vow. No bard shall wear on's modest brow An' ss for me I made a row Frae vera rage ; Ev'ry mither'e son 1 I:d like em now A' in a cage. To th' do'il I'd send th' feather'd host In buttered paper, that he might roast Or bake, or broil to eat on toast An' get his fill ; Sae ane guid deed that he may boast T'wad mak' him ill. Weel 1' their place are draps o' dew, Nae "mair the better," but better few. Unless, indeed, o'er th' meads to strew Nae mair t' annoy The grass wad spring, t'wad leap anew Wi' vera joy. Mair bright wad spring th' lovely flower In beauty rare, t' adorn th' bower, Sic fertile strength sae richly dower Wad this dewdrap O' nature's gift, an' wondrous power 1 'T wad fairly hop. The Velocity of Light. Measured by a New Method. A correspondent of the New York Tribune gives the following account of an ingenious ap paratus and its use for the above purpose : l'rofessor Simon xsewcomb, tne eminent astronomer and superintendent of The Na tional Almanac, has nmsnod ms new appara tus for the ascertainment of the velocity of light, and is making a series of preliminary experiments to test its parts. He was delayed several weeks in the work of construction by the difliculty experienced in getting a small cogwheel of material pos sessing both strength and elasticity sufficient to receive a power Riving two ana even tnree hundred revolutions a second. Brass, steel and other metals were tried in vain, and suc cess was only reached when, upon the sug gestion of Alvan Clark, of Cambridge, Mass., the renowned maker of telescopes, raw-hide was adopted. The wheel is about an inch and a half in diameter, and a little thicker than a silver -dollar. Professor Newcomb has selected for his base of operations a point at Fort Whipple, on the Virginia side of the Potomac opposite Washington, where his apparatus has been set up in buildings erected for tms purpose Eecently a correspondent of the Tribune had an opportunity to see the apparatus in opera tion, and of hearing from the lips of Pro fessor Newcomb an explanation of the prin ciples upon which its results are to be work ed out. Its most conspicuous parts are two brass tubes, about eight feet in length by about two inches in diameter, placed horizontally at right angles to each other, like the two branches of the letter L, and resting at the angle and at the outer ends upon low solid columns of brick and stone. These tubes are telescopes, differing from ordinary instru ments only in respect of their great length and Bmall diameter. One of them is immov ably fixed upon its bed of masonry, while the other being laid m a plane about two inches lower with its "object" end upon a pivot swings by means of a doncate screw to the right or left through a radius of one or two degrees. At the angle formed by the line of the two telescopes, and placed so as to be in the line of vision of both, stands a small river of pe culiar construction. It is a square column or steel, nve mcnes in length, and two in di ameter, and plated upon its four sides with nickle. It is mounted, top and bottom, upon pivots, so as to revolve horizontally, and it is to this mirror that the rawhide cogwheel conveyB its power. Affixed to one of the wheels which gives motion to the mirror is a device for breaking an electno current, con nected with a recording clock, so that the number of revolutions of the mirror each second is automatically recorded. The pow er to give the mirror its revolutions is fur nished by a steam engine built for the pur pose, and placed in an adjoining building. A few feet distant from the eye glass of the fixed telescope, and in a direct line with the instrument, is placed a nelioscone, an appar- atus consisting of a mirror mounted upon complicated bearings and moved by clock work, so that wnen wound up and adjusted. it will follow the apparent motion of the sun reflecting its rays for any desired length of time upon a given point. Ihe rays, or, to speak scientifically, the waves of sunlight thrown from this instrument, are brought to a focus by an intermediate lens upon tne eye glass of the fixed telescope, through which they pass to tne surface of tne revolving mir ror at the other end. At the naval observatory in Washington, some 8,000 feet distant from Fort Whipple across the Potomac, (its exact distance will be ascertained by the coast survey before act ual work is begun) is placed a fixed mirror. circular in form, three feet in diameter, and of such a delicate degree of concavity that light thrown upon it from the revolving mir ror at tne tort is returned again and brought to a focus as near as may be upon its start ing point, in otner words, tms mirror is a section of tne inner surface of a snell,wnich, if complete, would be three miles or more in diameter. Of courss, to all appearance, it is perfectly flat. , Now. to understand the working of the ap paratus, let it first be supposed that a revolv- rays will be as follows : Striking the mirror of the heloseope, through the intermediate lens upon the eye-glass of the fixed telescope, through the instrument to one side of the re volving mirror, thence to the concave mir ror across the .f otomae, by whicn tney are returned to the revolving mirror, and are fi nally reflected through the movable telescope to the eye of the observer placed at the eye glass. The pomt at which tms telescope rest to receive the sun's rays after they have made their tortuous journey, tne revolving mirror being at rest, Is marked zero. How apply the steam and set the revolving mirror in motion. - it sounds like the concentrated shriek of a hundred terrified children. Give it 200 revolutions a second, and its four sides will throw 800 reflections of the sun's rays across the fotomac to the mirror at the ob servatory. Nothing but the shriek indicates that the mirror is in motion ; it looks like a small polished cylinder, 'the observer no longer catches tne sun s renected rays through the movable telescope at zero, but swings his instrument to the left or right, ac cording to the direction m which tne mirror is made to revolve, until they again reach his eye. Reflections following each other with such enormous rapidity, appear as a single reflection. . This, then, is the whole process. It re mains only to note the number of revolu tions per second, as indicated by the record ing clock, and the degree of deflection from its normal position at zero given to the mov able telescope, and work out the results as a "sum" in arithmetic. It will be seen that, while a ray of sunlight is making its journey across the Potomac and back, between the revolving mirror and the fixed concave mir ror t the former will have made some portion of one of its revolutions. This portion is represented by the degree of deflection which it is necessary to give to the movable tele scope td catch the rays upon their return' and second reflection from the revolving mir ror. , -;i -. i-- : Why Seitehmen are Rude. I r ni the London Times. The causes of Scotch rudeness, which we take to be almost the ideal rudeness, are numerous, and might be traced through volumes by a Buckle. There is of course the east wind and the appalling climate. These causes, with some others, undoubted ly produced the iconclaatio character- of the Reformation in Scotland. The Reformation, again, from the point of view of Charles H., caused a general decline in civility. To say that another church was the "religion for a gentleman" implied that Presbyterianism was nothing of the sort. The Scotch were horribly rude even before the Reformation was complete, as Queen Mary discovered to , her sorrow. John Knox and George Bu chanan denounced her"monstrous regiment" in the very plainest terms, while the nobles pinched her arms oiacK ana blue, isut Presbyterianism, among its other merits, stimulated the spirit of independence, which, when carried beyond bounds, becomes Scotch rudeness, No . "prelatist," properly so-called, would have replied to the King, 'Man, I will neither preach sense, nor come down." - In the Scotch system a layman can hardly be said to have . spiritual superiors, and this inclines him to resent the existence of temporal superiors. As in the north of England, men treat masters very like equals, in which there would be no harm if they treated equals with southern courtesy. But this they neglect, and see hypocrisy in the common forms of politeness. They are all very mucn like Aloeste in Mo- lien's play, they are too intent on honesty and veracity and independence to be courte ous. Scott,pr Dean Eamsay, reports the al most incredible language in which a learned judge once addressed the lady who was his partner ac wjubc, uuuuig. rumoo, my xeu dy, I forgot ye were not my wife." In addi tion to the remote effects of Presbyterianism, and of the east wind, and the weather, shy ness is the chief cause of northern rudeness. Living is an art, like other arts, and it comes easily and naturally to people who dwell be neath an Italian sky. The art of life, with all its delicacies of tact, its instincts of gen tleness and self -repression in society, comes hardly to the people of the north. They are not at ease in themselves, and with them selves ; their thoughts are very often busy with the most serious questions about man's most important and serious relations. Therefore they can hardly be at ease with other people; they are distressingly self conscious, and, feeling their own roughness, they exaggerate it, as if to prove that they are not ashamed. A lady complained to her landlady, in lodgings at a Scotch watering place, that the weather was atrocious, and that it was impossible for her to go out. "ie should be verra thankful ye're no in hell," said the Calvinist landlady, in reply. By virtue of this philosophy she had come to find minor miseries unimportant, but her earnestness did not lead to politeness. An Italian landlady would have offered genuine sympathy, in words which themselves are a kind of caress. It is easy, on this highly scientific theory of the influences of climate and religion, to account for the courtesy of the Highlanders. The Celt, like the Orien tal, generally tries to answer a question as he thinks you would like to have it answered. But he is usually a West Highlander, and in his country the weather is "soft" in more ways than one, while the scenery is almost as beautiful and refined as that of tne UreeK islands. Catholicism, too, still lingers ; and, alas, truth is not regarded as absolutely es sential. Vital statistics. It is shown by the reports of Health Boards and other authorized bodies that diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder are largely on the increase ; a sad fact due per haps to the foolish habit of drinking lager beer and other liquors, without knowing what they are made of. Is there a remedy ? De cidedly yes. First Stop drinking. Second Use HUNT'S EEMEDY a potent and un failing specific for kidney, bladder, liver and urinary complaints. HUNT'S BEMEDY.the Great Kidney and Liver Medicine, is endorsed by eminent physicians. Sold by all druggists. Trial size, 75c. augl4 3teodltw Eicher in bone and fat producing materials than all others are Malt Bitters. Rub the Gums Well with Sozodont when they become spongy or detached from the necks of the teeth. Let them bleed freely and so recover their tone and health. Ihis Sozodont is the best reme dial agent for diseased gums and teeth. Try ana learn. aiyeodlw Our Boston Correspondent Announces that one of the most valuable remedial agents ever introduced into that city is the famous Wyomoke. or Nerve Food, producing, as it has, many of the most remarkable cures on record in nervous diseases, heart afflictions; broken down constitu tions, etc., etc Sold by all druggists at $1.00, $1.50 ana f3.uo. aul6 M.TSw Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco Coughs. Brown's Bronchial Troches are used with advantage to alleviate coughs, sore throat, hoarseness and bronchial affections. For thirty years these troches have been in use, with annually increasing favor. They are not new and untried, but having been tested by wide and constant use by nearly an entire generation, they have" attained well merited rank among the few stable remedies of the age. The Theoat. Brown's Bronchial Troches act directly on the organs of the voice. They have an extraordinary effect in all disorders of the throat and larynx, restoring a healthy tone when relaxed, either from cold or over exertion of the voice, and produce a clear and aistmot enunciation. Speakers and singers find the troches useful. A cough, cold, catarrh or sore throat re quires immediate attention, as neglect often times results in some incurable lung disease. Brown's Bronchial Troches will almost inva riably give relief. Imitations are offered for sale, many of which are lniunous. The gen- nine Brown's Bronchial Troches are sold only m Doxes. das t,th,f ltw West's Liver Pills Cure Dyspepsia. West's Liver Pills Cure Liver Complaint. West's Liver Pills Cure Indigestion. West's Liver Pills Cure Sick Headache. West's Liver Pills Purify the Blood. s8 e-tthdljr The Pleasures of Hope. When the body is bowed with pain an in tense longing for relief brings hope. This may brighten the suffering, but it does not cure. At a time like, this how welcome is such a friend as Warner's Safe Kidney and t; i , - - - ... , , jLuver uure, urmging nope, neaicn ana happi ness and the joys of a renewed life. augl0eod2w 2tw A Card. To all who are suffering from the errors and India csetions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, los of manhood, etc, I will send a recipe that will cur you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy wa discovered by a missionary In South America. Sen aoe If -ad dressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. In man. Station D, New York City. my3 eodawly Frisbie & Hart. Chickens! Chickens! Broilers and Roasters WE are selling the above at very low prices, and are prepared to make special rates with hotels, restaurants and seashore houses. We would respectfully call your attention to our ceieDratea uarnam treamery Mutter, equal to anything in that line ever offered to the New Ha ven public Look at onr line of Fruits, Melons, Peaches, 350 and 353 State Street. au7 South End and Morris' Cove STAGE LINE. LEAVES SOUTH END at S:00 a. m., 1 and S p. m. ; Sunday. 7:30 D. m Leaves Boston Grocery, No. 386 Chapel street, New ua.ou . hi., aou ana i:- p. m. J annaay, xu:30 P- m. Saturday leaves 8:30 instead 7:39 p. m., Chapel street route. Special contracts made with parties desiring to g to the Shore, or elsewhere, in stages. Apply to the uuueraigiieu, ox- vv. xaiiey. JAHh XI. AjsHHEK, J- jnanaeer. K.G. RUSSELL, my3 384 Chapel Street, New Haven, Ct KEGS. Wholesale and Retail 3 Gallons. --5. ' " ' ' ' lO " 15 20 " Best Quality Bunged and Var nished Oak Kegs at Lkw Prices. Also a large , assortment of Oak are, Cedar Ware,and Everything In the line of Staple Wood Ware, Baskets, Brooms.. Brashes, etc, etc., etc, FOR SALE BY It WI & CO, 405 andU08 State Street. H. W. Searie, Surveyor ad Civil Engineer, Ho. a Casus. Sa&iags Bask Bsildisg, T El CHUBCH STREET. Wei pe Heyer's mm Curs. A speedy and Certain Antidote for Catarrh, Snuffles, Colds in the Head, Influenza, and Bronchi tis. A OenstttoUonal remedy and absolute cure. Bold by all Druggists, or delivered by D. B. Dewey Co, 46 Dey Street, N. Y., at $1.60 a package. Pamphlets mailed free. - ' Centaur Liniments, the World's great Pain-reliev ing agents for Man and Beast. 08 MoThSaly It. F. Bunnell, . u iyprfjrisT. Glebe Building, Cor. fliurrb and Chap- . . ei surnu. Appointments made by Western Un ion Telephone. I myl7 . Key West Cigars. OV ffi MAROARITAS at tl.OO per box of 100. OVjVVV Atao 6,000 Rosa Concha Regalia Just re- oelved. JylS E. E. watt. & SON, MASON'S IMPROVED FRUIT JAR. Mason's Porcelain-Lined Jar. Rubber for all Jars. COHANCY FRUIT JAR, The Beet and Cheapest in the World. Window Screens, The only reliable Adjustable Screen in the World. Fit any window ana cneaper inan a piain irauie. American i Cliina. A new Invoice of those handsome American China Dinner and Sea Sets, 123 pieces, only $15.00. Another load of Lunch and Picnic Baskets Just dumped off and must be sold. Crockery, Glassware, Tinware, Wootlen ware. Lamp Chandeliers, and House furnishing Goods in General, at O. H. CLARKE CO.'S, No. 90 Church Street, Jy29 eod NEAR CHAPEI A. E. DUDLEY & SON, Fire and Life Insurance Agents. 298 Chanel Street. Buildings and Live Stock insured against LIGHTSING. jy3l JUST RECEIVED, Another invoice of those Reliable MONITOR OIL STOVES ! Secure one and laugh at the Heat, Dust, Ashen, Time, Labor and Expense caused your neigh bors by using coal stoves. A list of 275 names of those using the Monitor in New Haven and vicinity can be seen by calling at 395 and 397 State Street. H. K. PEASE & SON, Agts, au7 FOB SALE. A SIX BEAT WASON, one of the best makers and in good order. E. E. HALL, jyU tf 230 Chapel Street. MILLINERY GOODS. ELEGANT, STYLISH, ATTRACTIVE, M'LLE JOHNS. LATE OF NEW YOKK,! Now located at the new and commodious store 161 CHAFI2L STREET, UNDER THE ELLIOT HOUSE, returns her sincere thanks to the ladies of New Ha ven for their appreciation of her efforts, made in their behalf, and also for the liberal patronage be stowed upon her. She begs leave to announce that In consequence of steadily increasing business she will not set apart any day for an opening, but will be happy to have the ladies call at her MILLINERY SHOWROOMS at any time and inspect her really superb and artistio designs in HATS, BCMtfETS, ETC. ap29 ATTENTION! I WISH to call the attention of all lovers of good Bread to the Golden Sheaf IVew Process Flour. This Flour is ground by one of the most re liable mills in the country, and is first-class in every way. SOLD ONLY AT CHATFIELD'S Flour, Grain aii Fesi Slim, 496 State St, Cor. Elm. PRICK LOW. NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUY U Ik 7 ATERMELONS. larse. fine and cheap. Y Large ripe Peaches at 90o, $1, $1.25 per basket, very fine stock. Best Java and Maracaibo Coffees, our roasting and grinding. , . . Finest Early Rose Potatoes. Occumpaw Flour at $6-75. Best Minnesota at $9. New Sweet Potatoes at 35c per peck. AT U. M. Welch ife Son's, Nos. 28 and 30 Congress Avenue. a& Elm City Sliirt Company. rate.tca.oc ELM CITY IMPROVED YOKE SHIRT. TO Court Street, New Haven, coma. WE beg leave to inform our friends and the pub lie that we entar titvwi the New Year with a full took of goods purchased before the late rise, and are prepared to sell our Shirts at the lowest prices. Onr vVnoles.I Dnavrtmpnt -will be conducted as usual. Oar Cstow Uepstrtnment will receive special attention none but the most skillful mechan ics are employed. The most approved makes of Cot tons and Superior Linons. carefully selected for our fine trade, will be used. Eine Foreign Fancy Smirtings We have placed an order for the most extensive and attractive assortment of French and English Fancy 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 represented in the above cut. The pat ent bosom and neck-band make it by far the most de sirable as to fit and service, (roods are warranted to give satisfaction in every particular. We invite in spection of the fabric, workmanship and style of cut ting, at our office, 70 Court street,- corner of State, New Haven. W have on hand a few dozen Shirts, made of Wam- sutta and other good styles Cotton, which we offer to close. at oj ana cents. &LSXk CITY HHIKT - l?8tf GEO. P. MABVIN, SecretaTK. ; Children cry for Pitcher's Castoria. to Q.cox. Bireins-Cleaning OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Ices and Lace Curtains, Window Shades and Damask Curtains, Muslin, Rep and Brocatele Curtains, Car pets, Crumb Cloths and Rugs, Silks anp Silk Drsssns, Braids, Feathers, Ribbons, Kid dloves, A a. Crapes and Crape Veils, Gents' Coats, Panto and Vests. Israndrying of Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Underwear, Counterpanes, Pillow Shams, etc., etc Everything guar anteed flrst-elass. Sole proprietor for the State of Connecticut of the oelebrated Troy Patent Machine for latmdrylng collars and ctJfTs. ELM aTlSJYE WORKS 360 and 178 m3 FINE CARRIAGES Positive Cure WITHOUT MEDICINES. - Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies. PATENTED OCTOBER 16, 1876. ONE So. 1 will ear. any c&ss in four days, or BTo. 8 will ears ths Most Obstinate Case, No naueosi doses of Cnbebs, Copalna or duce dyspepsia by destroying tne coatings Price $1.50. Sold by nil Druggists or mailed on receipt of Price. For further particulars send for Circular. P. O. Box 1 533. J. C. ALLAN CO., So. S3 John Street, New York. W ofTer 9500 Reward for any ease tney will not cure. O.TJICK, IAE and SI'HB CI HK. . n31 ly PATENTS. R.H.EDDY, No 76 State St., Opposite KIlby, Boston. SECURES Patents in the United States; also in Great Britain, France and other foreign countries. Copies of the claims of any Patent furnished by re mitting one dollar. Assignments recorded at Wash ington. No Agency in the United States possesses su perior facilities for obtaining Patents or ascertaining th patentability of inventions. R. H. EDDY, Solicitor of Patents. TBSTrMOKXAXS. ' "I regard Mr. Eddy as one of the host capable Aifo successful, practitioners with whom I have had official intercourse. CHARLES MASON, Commissioner of Patents." "Inventors cannot employ a person more trustwor thy or more capable of securing for them an early and favorable consideration at the Patent Office. . EDMUND BURKE, late Commissioner of Patent. " BosToir, October 19, 1870. R. H. Eddt, Esq. Bear Sir You procured for me, in 1840, my first patent. Since then you have acted for me and advised me in hundreds of cases, and pro cured many patente, reissues and extentione. I have occasionally employed the best agencies in New York Philadelphia and Washington, but I still give you al moet the whole of my business, in your line, and ad vise others to employ you. Yours truly, GEORGE DRAPER. Boston, January 1, lft 80. jal eodly GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICLVK. i HAtE MARX The Great TRADE MARK jungiisn nem edy, an unfailing cure for Seminal Weakness, Sporma torrhn, lmpoton cy, and all diseases that follow, as a se quence of Self Abuse, as Loss of' Memory. Universal BEF82E TAama-Lassitude, Pain inAFTEB TAKlNfl. the Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature Old Age, and many other Diseas es that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and a Prema ture Grave. Full particulars in our pamphlet, which we de sire to send free by mail to every one. The Spe cific Medicine is sold by all druggists at $1 per pack age, or six packages for $5, or will be sent free by mail on receipt of the money by addressing THE GRAY MEDICINE CO., . No. 10 Mechanics Block, Detroit, Mich. Sold in New Haven by all Druggists. Ja7 1ydaw RICHARDSON CO., wholesale ag'ta. Circulating Library. CALL and get a new catalogue. I am adding all the new books. Great preparations for the fall and winter reading. Tramps Abroad, Beauty's Daugh ters, Second Thoughts, New Race, Odd and Even, Mrs. Beauchamp Brown, Rue Marlot, Undiscovered Country, Salvage, Missy, Troublesome Daughters. N. B. Best help furnished as usual. No. 75 Orange street. aul6 L. B. BARTHOLOMEW. TRUNKS AND BAGS MADE TO ORDER. ; All kinds of Repairs made at short notice. Old Trunks taken in ex change. : No charge for cartage. CROFUT'S TRUNK DEPOT NO. 97 ORANGE STREET, Palladium Building. mjlT .. MANHOOD RESTORED. A victim of early imprudence, causing nervous de bility, premature decay, etc, having tried in vain eve ry known remedy, has discovered a simple "T"" of self-cure, which he will send tree to his fellow-sufferers. Address J. H. REEVES, 43 Chatham - streeV N. Y. jeiaeoddm Until September 10, We shall sell our goods at 25 per cent, reduction from the lowest prices in this city. We are receiv ing new goods weekly. The old maxim "the proof of the pudding is in the eating." Call and con vince yourself. Is. II. FREEOMAN. NO. 92 CHUBCH STREET. Baynton's Improved Gas Tight Furnaces Portable and Brick Set. Xiraomical ia use of Coal t Perfectly free from Gases ! Powerful in Heating I Easily Managed and Low ia Price I ; ' E. Arnold & Co., SoleAgents forNev Haren and Jvicini ty. 230 and240 Sitate Street. . Jyw , Carriages and Wagons for Sale. Ntm BEACH WAGON, also 4-seat Rockaway, pffi three second-hand Pluetena, Top Carriage, utins ion, patent wheels: also second-hand Wasons and Carriages. Benairins of all kinds nromotlv attended to and at the Lowest Prices. Carriages and Wagons Stored and boiaon commission. ; ja36 P. TOBIN, 104 HOWS STREET. Groceries, Fruit, &c. 1 WELL selected stock of Staple and Fancy Gro- caries and Fruit can be found at HENRY STGHER'S, 17ft Cnnpel Street. if fj v i I andLaundrying Merino, Cashmere and Poplin Presses, Fringes, Gimps, AKD STEAM LAUNDRY, Chapel Street, THOMAS FORSYTH. FOR FAMILY USE. ' LATEST STYLES IN Xiandans, Landaulets, Ber lin Coaches, Coupes, Broughams, Victorias and Six-Passenger Itockaways. All strictly first-class. Warranted to givs perfect satisfaction. H. KILLA3I & C0r, oi5tf Mew Haven, Conn. BOX less. no matter of now long standing. Oil of Sandalwood, tliat are certain to pro ot tbe stomach.. S. ARTHUR MARSDEN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 13 LAW CHAMBERS, NEW HAVEN CONN., COMMISSIONER OP DEEDS; for New York, Mas sachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Illinois, ueorgia, r lonaa, norm uaroiina, oouiu uarouna. California, Kansas, Rhode Island, Iowa, New Jersey, Minnesota. Ohio. Louisiana, a c. Collections made in all parts of the United States,at lowest rates, through reliable correspondents. f25tf R P. ARVINE, ; ATTORNEY AT LAW, Booms 9 and 11, 69 Church St aul9 Chas. S. Hamilton, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 7 YALE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, Corner Chapel and State Streets, Notary Public. New Haven, Conn. ap6tf THE GREAT NERYE RESTORATIVE WYOSIOKE. A Blood, Brain and Nerve Food, A sovereien cure in all forms of Nervous Debility, Broken-down Constitutions, Heart Affections, Ver tigo, Weakness of Kidneys, Bladder, and XJrinnry Organs, Female Weakness, restoring Exhausted Vl- uuiLjr, v iguruus utjiti i,u uuu jnouuuuu. WYOMOBLE C VRES all diseases arising from Alcohol, Tobacco, Oninm Aiv Alo9 all forms of Nervous and Brain Dis- eauua, mica a ljupec oi memory, xfizy,iuvas, ramy i-tB, Neuralgia, .Nervous Headache, Hysteria, Chorea, x rumens, c&c. , xc. If vou are affected with-any of the above diseases, or any other Brain or Nervous trouble, don't fail to xry ineiamons VYQIsVCQIESLIEa siiAjriroiir & mamwick, Chemists and Apothecaries, Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers, No. 143 Trumbull St., Hartford, Conn. Sold ly all Druggists. Bond for Pamphlet. THE GREAT INVENTION : roa washing and cleansing In hard or soft water, WITHOUT SOAP, and without danger to the finest fabric. SAVES TIME and LABOR AMAZINGLY, and is rapidly coming into general use. Sold by all Grocers ; but beware of vile counterfeits- Its great success brings out clangorous imita tions, but PEAELIKK is the only safe article. Always bears the name of James Fyle, Nctv Cork. Teeth! G.H. Gidney 353 Chapel st. Between State and Orange, North Side: A Full Set of Teeth, $5.00. Teeth Filled for 50 cents. Teeth Extracted for 25 cents. Teeth Extracted with Gas, 50 cents. Perfect satisfaction or no charge made. Office hours, 8 a.m. to 8 p. m. Jy39 ELIAS STRONG. Dfintiit. rxvrf $PL Church and Crown sta. Good rat na iwiu jj.u. itwm exiracieoi w uncut ' pain. All operations warranted. Dentists supplied with material at list prices. Wanted young man to learn dentistry. Large office to rent. Farm for sale with stock, implements, etc Inquire EXJAS STRONG, Dentist, my 28 Cor. Church and Crown. Tontine Livery Stables I the best Carriages, either close or open, for l&aiis, weaaingsana (jnristenings. - It is our intention tcshave good Carriages at tne aepox ana on ooat lanounge wnen neeaeo. Grateful for the liberal patronage in the past we hope by strict attention to the wants of our patrons to merit a continuance ox the favors of the public. BARKER ft RANSOM, Proprietors. W. 8. TjANonoN, Foreman. n7 Fine Fancy Groceries. All the following goods are first quality and. warranted good. nuckins' Sandwich Meats. Turkey, Chicken, Ham, Roast Beef, . Boneless Turkey, Boneless Chicken, : Potted Tongue, Lunch Tongue, Lamb's Tongue, Pickled Pirn Feet. Pickled Oysters, extra quality, one quart ooxties. Pickled Oysters, one lb. cans. New packing of Can Salmon, New nackiner of Can Lobsters. The best packing of Cooked Corn Beef, 1 pound and 2 ponna pacKages. Good assortment of Jellies. Also the Imported Jalea-de-Guayba. Splendid variety of Pickles and Sauces. Also the Crosse a Blackwell Pickles. Fine assortment of Clarets, Wines and Liquors. Also Imported Seltzer Water Apollinaris Water. Imported and Domestic Cigars. Please call and examine our variety of Fancy and Staple Groceries. ? We have no fancy prices. Goods delivered to any part of the city. Goods delivered out of town by Express. Andrew Goodman, -NO. 88 CROWN STREET, : Goodman'i Balldiag, ' jy!6 Four doors from Church St., near Music Hall COMPOSED of the following active departments, for the purpose of making surveys, plans and specifications, and Tn.lriTig and carrying out of public and private contracts in any part of the United States, subdivided as follows : Barest. n el Civil Engineering. Buresa of Construction sad iteeonstrne tion. Boreas of Insurance and Re-Insurance. Bureau of Business Firms and Supplies Bureau of Land and Emigration. Bureau of Collect ionti- Mercantile and Insurance. 1 The above Bureau embrace the prospecting and the drawlrig of plans, surveys and specifications, for the construction of Water Works, Dams, and the storage of water for any purpose, and the construc tion of Wharves, Breakwater, etc , including minor necessary work, at home or abroad. PETKK-FERaUSON,;Chief Engineer. ' - -. BEN J. NOYES, Manager. OHce Wo- 903 Chapel Street, my31tf Near Second National Bank. FOB SALE, 4 DARK RED JLurham Cow, 4 years old ; gives 10 J quarts of milk per day ; will be sold cheap, as tne owner lias no nse for It. Apply to OAY BROTHXKU, Publishers, aS tf ' ' Xi Chans! Street VEBIULYE & CO., BANKERS, Nos. 16 and 18 Nassau Street, NEW YOKE. Try md sell on commission, for cash or on mar- X gin, all securities dealt in at ths tivw York Stock Exchange. Alt issues or uovenunens ixraui Dongni ana soiu m market rates, free of commission, and on hand for immediate delivery. SPKCIAX. ATTENTIOH GIVEM TO EXCHANGES OK BONDS III WASHING TON FOR ACCOUNT OF BANKS. Je30 INVESTMENT BONDS. First Mortgage t Per Cent. GOLD nONDS OF THE Fort Madison and Northwestern Railway Co., DATED APRIL 1, 1880, AND DUE IN 1096. TVmriH nt A500 and S1.000 each. Principal and Interest Payable in old In ew iora UNION TRUST CO., New York, Trustee. Length of Road, 100 miles ; whole issue of Bonds rnii.noo. hAinff S7.000 ner mile. Location of Road from City of Fort Madison, Iowa, on Mississippi River, to City of uscaioosa, iowa. TnterAiit nva.hlA Anril 1st and October let. For sal at 05 and accrued interest, with a bonus of SO per cent on tbe par -value of eacn Bona in iuxi paia stock oi nanv. Applications for Bonds, or for further Information, .prospectus, c, snouia be maae to JAMES M. DRAKE & CO., Bankers, urexei nniiaing, wau. Et nam jy28 d&wlm : NEW YORK and NEW ENGLAND R. R. Co. O PER CEXT. FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS. One in 1905. Interest January and July Can be Registered Capital Stock $20,000,000 Bonded Debt 7,000,000 First mortgage bonds of prominent New England railroads are very scarce, and as this loan will net the investor nearly six per cent., it is certain to maintain its price, and be rapidly taken for investment. Connecticut Laws Exempt These Bonds From Taxation. We can recommend this loan as being among the sa fest offered in the market. GEO. WM. BALLOU & CO., "New York and Boston, C1IAS. A. SWEET CO., Boston. Jo30 d&w2m TOLEDO, AND DELPHOS BURLINGTON R. R. CO. PEB CENT. FirsiMortgage Bonds 30 YEARS TO RUN. Interest payable January and July 1 in New York. The entire Issue of tbese First Mortgage Bonds on the Main Lino from the City ot Toledo, Ohio, to the City of Kokomo, Ind., 1H5 miles, is 1,250,000, or less than $7, 000 per mile. For Sale at 92 1-2 and Accrued In terest. The right is reserved to advance the price without notice. Geo. Wm. Ballon & Co., BANKERS, 72 Devonshire Street, Boston. 14 Wall Street, New York. Je21 Mo&Th3m New York, New England & Western INVESTMENT COMPANY, Nos. 31 and 33 Pine Street, STew York. No. 19 Congress Street. Boston. Union Building, Chicago. CAPITAI, STOCK $900,000 OFFERS to investors carefully selected securities, bearing from 6 to 8 per cent, interest. Invest ment securities bought and sold on commission. Set tlements made for holders of defaulted securities. Will act as agents in funding and reorganizing debts of municipalities, railroad companies and other cor porations. .Correspondence solicited. JOHN G. SHORT, President, . To,k GEORGE W. DEBEVOISE, V. Pres. IO LUCIUS L. HUBBARD, Asst. Vice Pres., Boston. WM. P. WATSON, Sec. and Tress., Chicago. mh29 6m 203 Chapel St., New Hayen. DIRECTORS. (The charter requires not less than five.) Chahles Atwateb. Henry Killam. Eli 8. Quintabd. AVm. L. Everitt. Charles Bates. F. J. Whittemobr. Obobge Botbfobd. Edward Downis. Henby F. Akdbuss. Bewjamim Notes. James Thompson, East Haven. Thomas Lawton, Mount CarmeL Fbeend C. Allen, Wallingford. OFFICERS. t Bfnjamtn Notes President. Henby Ktllam Vice President. Daniel Spenceb Secretary and Treasurer. Banking hours from 10 to 4 o'clock, and Monday, Wednesday and Saturday evenings. Children's deposits received froim ten cents and up wards. The object of this institution is to encourage per sons to small savings and thereby provide something for the future, and also to accumulate the means to purchase homes at an early day. The Bank is conducted without expense to the de positors for the present year, and all deposits called for will be paid on demanp. je3tf BENJ. NOYES, President. Jewelry ! Jewelry ! NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS. AT STREETER Old Established and Renowned Stand. Cases Re-tilled and Re-s toe Iced. All Goods of Choice selection. Prices Low. EAUTTFUL f Gold and Silver Watches of well MM known and reliable makes. We can guarantee all our goods to be as represented. Have sold to thou sands in this and neighboring towns. Plain gold and Elegant Stone Rings in great profusion. Look at our biiverware department before purcna - eisewnere. They are standard goods. Special tv .itio to Watch and Jewelry Repairing, and also to Engraving in all its branches. The best work. All are welcome to call and examine goods. GEO. L STREETER, IVO. 332 CHAPEL, STREET. a31daw DR. S. W. FISKE, The Celebrated Clairvoyant Physi- cian ana magnetic iieaier, Business and Test Medium, Zs permanently located in Hew Haven, Conn. OAce No. 870 Chapel Street, T HERE he can be consulted regularly every T T mon in from tne morning or the iutli until ths ztn at noon. Office Iiours from fl a. m. to p. m. Dr. FiBke has had twenty-nine rears' experience In the practice of medicine, and has made thousands of the most astonishing cures of all chronic and long standing diseases of whatever name or nature. Those who are afflicted with any disease or pain should con- suit ut. r lsse st onoe, no matter now long yon nave been out of health or what diseases yon are suffering from, or how many doctors you have employed in vain, or now much medicine you have taken, or how little faith you have. He will tell you at once the na, tore of the disease and wher. it affects you the most and the progress it has made upon the system, and describe the symptoms thereof ; and will furnish medicines prepared from the best of selected roots, to those who wish, for their speedy and permanent cure at a reasonable price, either by the week or month. The doctor also gives valuable advice on business matters, and all the affairs of life, both social and financial, inclndimr iournevs. lawsuits, gains, losses. absent friends, and great success in selecting lucky numbers. Sittings for business affairs er examina tion of the sick, $1. Communications by letter upon business or health must eontain $2, age, sex, a lock of hair and stamp. Address Look Box 1,263, Norwich, Conn. The Doctor will make his last visit at ihe Sterling House, Bridgeport, Tuesday evening, Aug. 34th, and Wednesday, the 26th, until 3 p. m. He will also make his last visit at ths Ansonia Ho tel, Ansonia, Conn., Saturday afternoon, Aug. 28th, Sunday, 29th, and Monday, the 80th, until 9 p.m. Use Dr. Fiske's Valuable Tilnlment, for safe by all druggists. aS dawtf IMPORTAKT TO AGENTS. THE LIFE OF GEN. JAS. A. GARFIELD, By his personal friend, MAJOR K7NDY, Editor N. Y. Mail, is the only edition to which Gen. Garfield has given personal attention or facts. Beautifully Il lustrated, nrinted and bound. Full lexurth bxaaI nnr- trait by Hall, from a picture taken expressly for this work. Active Agents Wasted. Liberal terms. Send $l.O0 at once for complete outfit. A. S. B AKS KB & CO., Jy26 diwlm ' 111 and 113 William St. New York. eOLBURfi'S Philadelphia BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN IMPORTED. 1 4 Cents a Pound saved tn Dutv 34 H and 1 lb Tins. Grocers St Druggists sell it Wholesale by E. G. Stoddard Co. and J. D. Dewell i co. - Jem Kmaaw mite iKabll 4 uks v. 1 3 3 S I f T lowaoaay.. Mo pay till lowaidsys. hossv till curesk CB.J.olJtflUtt7Ibaotti.Oaa l&tfoabs, fa. New York, New Hiwen and Hart- tora uauroaa. Aj ON and after Holiday, Juno 7th, 186Q TaiTrains leave New Haven, as follows : UK NEW YORK Express trains at 3:!M, 4:10,1ftoS. 8:33 a. sx, 1:60, 3:36, 6:28, and 8:2S p. m. Ths : a. m. train .ton. .t urufnwf WASHINGTON NIGHT EXPRESS, via Harlem Riv- "oa P- m., oally except Sundays, stop . ".1,i,,rortt Konth Norwalk and Stamford. ACCOMMODATI6N TRAINS at 6:30, 7:16 a. m., 1UN noon, 3:46 and 6:43 p. m. Train for Bridgeport at SUN.?i I?NIJ12 J1? toT Yor fll 1"" n sb pm'' "nd Centr1 Dnx F0BSrnlSfa181TLOEJ0WNiNEW BRITAIN, SPRINGFIELD, BOSTON and the North Express 2:56 a. m., (daily except Mondays) for Hartford stopping at Meriden. This train Tgow from h!u ford to Boston via Willimantic and Putnam! STEAMBOAT TRAIN leaves Steamboat Wharf (Belle Dock), at 4.-4S . m., daily, except MondavV for Springfield, stopping at Meriden and Hartford v only. Accommodation at 8:15 am. for Sprina--fleld ;JJExpress at 10:38 a. m. for Meriden. Berlin. New Britain, Middletown, Hartford and Sprims neld ; 10:48 a. m., accom. to Meriden only. Ex press, 1:21 p. m. for Springfield, stops at Hartford and Meriden only. Accommodation 8-20 p. im. to Springfield. Accommodation at 5:35 p. m. for Hartford, connects for New Britain and Middle town. Express 6:11 p. m. for Boston, stopping at Meriden and Hartford only. Accom. -10 n. m. for Springfield. Express 12:00 midnight fsr Meriden, Hartford and Springfield. Sunday ex press 12:00 midnight for Meriden, Hartford and Springfield. FOB NEW LONDON, PROVIDENCE, NORWICH BOSTON and the East-Express train at -12-3 midnight and 3:18 p. m. This train stops st Say brook only. Accommodation trains st 8-08, 10-40 a. m., 4:00 p. m., (Special to Conn. BiverT stop ping at all stations.) :15 p. m., 8:80 p. niT (freight with passenger car, New Haven to Nsn uiuuuu, biiviiuk .ii on rsiations.) Daily. E. M. REED, Vies President Je Railroad and Steamboat Tickets FOR SALE at Peck & Bishop's Express Office, 219 Chapel street. Baggage called for and checked from house. a6 3m Boston & New York Air IJne K.K. On and after MONDAY, May 3, 180, trains ila. will run as follows : m- Train for Willimantic connects at 'rsy Willimantic with trains of the N. Y. and N. E. and N. L. N. railroads, arriving in Boston at 1:15 p. m.. Providence 12:25, Worcester 12:27 p. m., and Tsorwlch at 10:50 a. m. 10:45 a. m. Train for Willimantic, connecting at Willi mantic with N. Y. and N. E. and New London Northern Railroads. 6:05 p. m. Train for Willimantlo, connecting at WlUi mantle with New London Northern K. R., for Norwich and New London. Trains leave Turnerville for Colchester at 9:43 a. m. 1:05, 5:57 and 7:86 p. m. Leave Colchester for Turnerville at 9:21 and 11:50 a m., and 5:35 and 7:14 p. m. Trains connect at Middletown with the Connecticut Tallsy Railroad for Saybrook and Hartford. J. H. FRANKLIN", J Superintendent. Railroad and Steamboat Tickets FOR SALE at Peck & Bishop's Express Offlos, IU Chapel street. Baggage called for and checked from house. . jm New Haven and Northampton Railroad. On and after Monday, May Sd, 1880 f,H 'Trains will leave New Haven at 7x10 a. m., ggl0:38 a. m. and 0iO9 p. m. for Plainville Ss5ENew Hartford, Westfield, Holyoke, Easthamp ton, Northampton and Williamsburg. Trains will arrive from the above points at :15 a m., 1:36 p. m. and 8:15 p. m. Close Connections. At Plainville with trains east and west on New York and New England RR. At Pine Meadow with Conn. Western RR. At Westfield with Boston and Albany RR. At Northampton with Conn. River RR. For particulars see small Time Tables st the offlos and depots. EDWARD A. RAY, General Ticket Agent. New Haven May 8, 1S80. my28 Railroad and Steamboat Tickets FOR SALE at Peck Bishop's Express Office, 219 Chapel street. Baggage called for and checked from house. a 3m Housatonic Railroad. " NEW LINE!" Through Cars Between Bridgeport and Albany.' Shortest, Quickest and Cheapest Koute for Albany, Troy, Sar atoga and the West. PAHHENGKR TRAIN'S Leave BRIDGEPORT for ALBANY, TROY, SARATO GA and the WEST, 10:10 a. m. (upon arrival of 9:38 a. m. train from New Haven) WITH THKOUH CAR j FOR ALBANY, arriv ing at 2:50 p. m. Arrives at Saratoga 6:25 p. m.; connecting at Albany with 8:10 p. m. Chicago Express,, arriving in Chicago at 8:00 the next p. m. Leave BRIDGEPORT at 6:00 p. m. (connecting with 3:45 p. m. Train from New Haven) arriving in Albany at 10:06 p. m., Saratoga 12:00 night. RETI K.VIM; Til KOI ; 11 CAlt leaves Albany at 6:40 a. m., arriving in Bridgeport at 12:30 noon. New Haven 1:10 p. m. Through Tickets sold and Baggage Checked at New Haven Passenger Depot for Pi I tHtield and all Hous atonic Stations, North Adams, Albany, Troy and Sara toga H. D. AVEHILL, General Ticket Agent. ' L. B. STILLSON, Superintendent. Bridgeport, Conn., June 28, 1880. Je29 Railroad and Steamboat Tickets FOR SALE st Peck b Bishop's Express Office, 21 Chapel street. Baggage called for and checked from house. a6 3m NAUGATUCK RAILROAD. COMMENCING MAY; 3, 1880. Trains con- UjSuecting with this road LEAVE NEW HAVEN AT 6:45 a. m. connecting at Ansonia with Milk Train for Waterbury and Winsted. 10:00 a. m. THROUGH CAR for Waterbury, Watertown and Winsted. 2:00 p. m. connecting at Ansonia with Mixed Train for Waterbury. 5:30 p. m. THROUGH CAR for Waterbury, Watertown and Winsted. 6:30 p. m. connecting at Ansonia with Special Train for Waterbury. FOR NEW HAVEN, LEAVE WINSTED AT 6:00 a. m., 1:15 and 4:30 p. m. WATERBURY, 6:00, 7:10 and 10:20 a. m., 2:31 and 6:30 p. in. GEO. W. BEACH, Sup't. Bridgeport, May 8, 1878. myl8 New Haven and Derby BaTfroadT Train Arrangement Com mencing May 3, 1880. LEAVE NEW HAVEN, At 6:45 and 10:00 a. m., 2:00, 5:30 and 6:30 p. m. LEAVE ANSONIA, At 6:40, 7:55 and 11:35 a. m., 3:10 and 7:25 p. m. Connections are made at Ansonia with passenger trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Haven with the principal trains of other roads centering there. E. S. QUINTARD, Supt. New Haven, May 1, 1880. my3 Boutli Haven Stage. A. B. Chidsey, Proprietor. f EAVES South Haven at 8:30 a. m., 1:4" and 6:45 p. 1 J m. R. R. Depot, New Haven,10:40 a. m. and 3:03 p. in. 386 Chapel street. 11:00 a in-, 4:00 and 8:30 p. m. Saturday, leaves Chapel street at 9 p. m. Headquarters, Boston Grocery, jy8 tf 886 Chapel street. Steamboat Line for New York Fare $1, including-Berth. Tickets tor tne It o unci Trip, 91.50. The steamer C. H. NOHTHAM, Capt. J. G. Bowne. will leave New Haven at 12:00 p. m., Sundays excepted. Staterooms sold at Berkole & ciirtiss', iuu tjnurcn street, near unapei. Steamer CONTINENTAL, Capt F. J. Peck, leaves New Haven at 10:15 a. m., SundayB excepted, stopping at 23d street, East River. FROM NEW YORK The C. H. NORTHAM leaves Peck Slip at 3 p. m. and 23d Btreet at 3:15 p. m., and the CONTINENTAL at 11:30 o'clock p. m., Sundays excepted Saturday nights at 12 o'clock midnight. . Sunday Night Boat for New Yorat. The steamer ELM CITY, Capt. Tucker, leaves New Haven at 11 p. m. Staterooma Bold at the Elliott House. Free stage from Insurance Building, Chapel street, commencing at 9 p. m. Tickets are sold and baggage checked through to Philadelphia, (both routes) Baltimore and Washing ton. . ' From New York SUNDAY NIGHT, until further ns tlce, the steamer NEW HAVEN, Capt. Snow, will leave Peck Slip at 10 p. m. y!3 JAS. H. WARD, Agent. Starin's New Haven Transportation Lino Daily Except Saturday. Leave New Haven from Starin's Dock at 10:15 p. in. The JOHN H. 8TARIN, laptaiu McAJister, every (Sunday, Tuesday and Thurs day. The ERASTUS CORNING, Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Returning, leave New York from Pier 18, foot of Cortland street, at 9 p. m., the STAJEtlN every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, the CORNING every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The only Sunday night boat from New York. Fare, with berth in cabin, $1 ; with berth In state room, $1.50. Excursion tickets, $1.50. Free Coach leaves the depot at 8:10 p. m. Leav corner Church and Chapel streets every half hour commencing 8:30 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage checked to Philadelphia. Passengers by Fair Haven and Westville cars can stop at Brewery street, only three blocks from tha boat. Tickets and Staterooms can be purchased at McAI Ister k Warren's our up-town office, at the Tontine Hotel, and at 309 and 351 Chapel street. Staterooms for Sunday night boat can be obtained at W. A. Spauldlng's drug store, 89 Church street. jyo w. ms. aa.j.jXjjK.K,, Agent, JNew iiaven. NATIONAL LINE OF STEAMSHIPS! BETWEEX SEW YORK, LIVERPOOL, QUEENSTGWN AND LONDON DIRECT. Sailing weekly from Pier 89, North River, New York. Are among the largest steamehips crossing the Atlantic. Cabin rates, $50 to $70 ; Excur sion, $100 to $120; Steerage, $26; Prepaid Steerage Tickets, $26. "Being $2 lower than most other Lines." Offices, 69 and 73 Broadway, New York. P. W. J. HURST, Manager. Agents at New Haven, BUNNELL SCR.VNTON, W. FITZPATRICK, A. McALISTER, GEORGE M. DOWNES. UNMAN LINE ! Royal Mail Steamers. New York to Queenstown and Liverpool Every Thursday or .Saturday. Tons. Tons. CITY OF BERLIN, 5491 CITY of BRUSSELS, 3775 CITY of RICHMOND4607 CITY of NEW YORK, 3500 (Jill JH BO"iuh""w 1 v.-- -a "'''i i sywjw CITY of MONTREAL44'J0 f CITY of BROOKLYN 2911 These magnificent steamers, built ia water tight eompartmente, are among the strongest, largest and fastest on the Atlantic. The saloons are luxnriotisly famished, especially well lighted and ventilated, and take up the whole width of the ship. The principal staterooms are amidships, forward of the engines, where least noise and motion is felt, and are replete with every com fort, having all latest Improvements, doable berths, electric bells, Arc, rue euuine nas always been a specialty ox tnisrjna. Ladies' cabins and bathrooms. Gentlemen's smok ing and bathrooms. Barbers' shops, pianos, libraries. ke, provided. The Steerage accommodation cannot be excelled. Passengers of this class will nnd their comfort and privacy particularly studied, and the provisioning nnsurpsiseed. . , Jfor rates of passage and other inrormaxion, appi j to ' . .0 21 i. DALfC, Aflvul, Or to 91 Broadway, New Viat Edward Downeo, SOI) Chapel struct. W. Fitzpatrick, 117 Uruiid street. Bunnell Scran ton, 306 Chapel street.