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Published by CABRINGTOK & CO. OFFICE 400 STATE STREET. TOL. XLVI1I. OTTOiBTAVEN, CONN. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1880. Price Four Cents. VOp Issued ly J- ST- & CO. (; 5 ,; ' SILKS. f ' V 4 '' . We add this week to our stock a large purchase of Black Silks, Which will be found well calculated to maintain our repu tation as the silk merchants of New Haven. We confidently invite inspection of these goods, as we believe they are the best value at the respective prices that can be got in this city. A lot of Surah Silks of extra weight and of the finest quality, in black and colors, has also been received, and will be put on sale at a very low price. These goods we recommend as a very handsome and styl ish material for Overskirts, etc. We open also a full line of Colored Satins in all the most desirable new Bhades, and some very elegant Silk Brocades. Attention is directed to the "Satin Duchesse" and "Satin Merveilleux," very rich and beautiful dress fabrics. i. ss. AX) AM a. W, DRESS GOODS. We have opened a few newhings in Fancy Woolen Dress Goods and "laiol Goods tor the Fall Trade. Among them is the novel and handsome "Handkerchief Pattern," which is to be very fashionable this season. We have still a full line of Blue Flannel Suit ings. J. N. ADAM & CO; ' EMBROIDERIES. For fineness of material, beauty of design, perfection of work, variety and cheapness we can safely challenge any possible compe tition in Hamburg Edgings and Insertions. J. N. ADAM Jk CO. LADIES NECKWEAR. Our stock of Ruffling, Ruches, Collarettes, Cuffs and Collars is full and varied, all fresh and in good order. We have a line of Chim isettes at moderate prices. J. N. ADAM & CO. LACES. Important purchases have been made for this stock, including some charming new Laces. We mention Point Gabrielle, Madras Point, Vendeen, Duchesse and Afghan. We have also some very fine specimens of Lan guedoc and Point d'Aleneon. Specially J. N. ADAM & CO. To retire from our stock two or three lines of goods we have this day placed in onr east window loOto SO pairs of Colored, Illack and Velvet Top Button Boots, ladles' sizes Shoes that we have sold at -live and six: dollars. Each pair is now marked in red figures Two Dollars and Sixty-Five Cents. There is no bankrupt stock in this county that can compete with them. IV. IS. To make matters lively we throw into our sale tubs this morning; four sixty-pair cases of the Ladies' French Goat Button Boots that we are selling: at $1.05, A, B, C, I and E widths. They are famous . groods at the price. FRUIT JARS! ALL SIZES. H. N. Whittelsey, Jr., M9 CARRIAGES! m New and Second-Hand, C CONSTANTLY on hand and for sale at bottom pri j cea. I now have the following : One second-hand one-horse Business Wagon. One second-hand Phseton. One second-hand side-bar Carriage. Three new side-spring piano-box no-topBuggies. Two new side-bar piano-box Carriages. -One new side-bar Corning-sox Carriage. One new tnra-out seat end-spring Carriage. (And can furnish any style or quality of Carriage at short notice. ALSO FOR SALE, - One very fine and stylish six year chestnut Horse, warranted perfectly sound and safe for a family horse. - . Jy24 1). W. MOBRILL. CATARRH Bronchitist Asthma & CONSUMPTION Cared at home by INHATiKNE A Compound of Carbolwted ILofTAR And Btlnmt. wbieh la oo verted into por, and taka direct to the diwuc. wt,er It . heals m quickl u we cms L liniment hull n ordinary Ssore. l. frirr Bi'ifr, m . u.? PbTtirUn-in-Chmrfe. Send HATHEY GAYLUS Ptsesscs of th vrximl rca ne. recen t or chronic, arw nn imp' iv m Mft i hv M:u hey 'mvIiis Capsules;' unci it' v r -i . j - i,y Uit leading pnysicuuifl of Kuruim uui Aiuuiktu. CAPSULES -isr 1858 SIGN IIOUSE 1880 AND PAINTING Papering, Uraluinff, Glszins. Plalm mun OrununMl Paper HitngtHgi, llnta. Oil., VubIiIi, , Window Glau, nm.nea, All work xeottted in ths hemt poasible manner by ompetaat workmen. .Ordera promptylattended to. NO. 492 STATE JSTKKET, maSU TODD'S BIyOCK. TBDNKS IIACIS MADE TO ORDER. All kinds of Repairs made at short notice. Old Trunks taken in ex change. JSo charge for cartage. CRpFUTJSCTRUNK DEPOT NO. S,97 ORANGE STREET, Palladium Building:. CM 366 and 383 Chapel Street, worthvTof attention are the beautiful Span' isb. lAces we have just Opened, and along with them the magnificent Ties and Fichus of the same material. We have also a very full line of narrow and wide Torchon Laces. J. N. ADAM & CO. TIES. New goods in Mull, Muslin and Silk Em broidered Ties are openea tnis wee. J. N. ADAM & CO. GINGHAMS. Our new styles of Dress Ginghams for Fall wear have attracted much attention and are oaIUtkt vbt-v fast. From the testimony of our customers we know that ours is the most elegant assortment to be seen. 8 J. N. ADAM St. CO. CALICOES. We are now opening daily Fall styles in Calicoes, many of them being entirely novel ana very attractive, me pnww wo ocu wou at cannot be beaten, quality conmderea. J. .NiAJJAM. g w.. - f " HOUSEKEEPING GOODS. Table Listens a full assortment of bleached and unbleached Turkey Red Table Covers, Napkins, Tidies, Table and Piano Covers, Damask, Huck and Turkish Towels, Towel incr. Dinners. Linen Sheeting. Fine Linens. Quilts verv cheap, especially in the better qualities, Blankets, Comfortables. . j. JS. AUAM K JJ. HOSIERY. We are opening now new goods in this de partment. Elegant hose in the new cloth shades, finely embroidered in the cashmere styles; Polka Dot Hose; new styles in Striped Hose with fine Lisle thread finish, at a very low price for the class of goods, and other novelties. 3. N. ADAM & CO. CORSETS. We have the best COc, 68c, and 75c. cor sets in the market. This week we offer a few of Madam Foy's Corset Skirt Supporters at 25c, slightly soiled. 3. N. ADAM A UU. 901 AND 293 CHAPEL STREET. DR. G. F. PETERSON, DENTIST, 26 Elm Street. Corner of Orange. New Haren, Conn The HigMand and Winthrop PORTABLE: RAiSGEM. riHE largest, moat PERFECT and SIMPLEST on JL the market. They are the most eren bakera ever made. Sold by W. T. CANNON & CO., 1 3CO State 8treet, at Clmpel. WM. D. BRYAN, CUSTOM TAILOR, No. 127 Church Street, la aening DRESS AND BUSINESS SUITS At lower prioea than ever before. a26 ' BUCKLEY & KELLY, Practical Plumbers and .Gas Fitters, 40 CROWN STREET, Under Water Co.'s Office, NEW HAVES, COM. Jobbing promptly attended to. .jh.;buckley. b.if.ikellt. myarttf SALAD Oil WE HAVE dow in atore aome thirty oaaea Salad Oil, same brand aa aold by na for yeara paet. Our own importation. In quarta, pinta and naif pinta. Quality the very finest. Prices moderate. mylO E. E. DAXi. . SON CHEAP. CHEAP. Hard and Soft Crabs! Spanish Mackerel I Bass 1 &C, &C, &c, . AT A. FOOTE & CO.'S, 363 STATE STREET. PRIME BEEF, MUTTON, Lamb and Veal. SPRING Chickens and Fowls draasad to order. Balibnt, Mackerel, Mpaniah Mackerel. Sea Baas, DUeknah, Flatnah, Blaenah, Codfish, Haddock, ekk Lobsters, Oysters, Boond and 1-Ong Clama. ' Salt Mackerel, No. 1 Bloater Mackerel, PlokereL halmen. - -' - Choice Sugar Cured Pork Hama, ShotUdera, Break ist Bacon, Smoked and Dried' Beef, foiton Market Smoked and Plotted Beef Tongues. Vegetables and Frait. New Sweet Potatoes, Watermelons, Green Citron Melons, rery One Peaohea, Bananas, Pears, Apples, Green Corn, lima Beans, 4o. ; . , : At Tery low prioas for oash. .... JUDSON BROS. Packing and Provision Co., o7 - ..--'. sW and SOT State StrMa. Cnani Fine Goods in It ATT AN The Novelty li Adjustable A. C. CHAMBfiRIilN &; SONS, au9 ' ' ' - Rubber Goods of every description Rubber Jewelry we are selling less than cost at , 13 Church Street, cor. Center, opp. ;P 0. i i i OS Orange Street, Palladium Building:. ; ....... h" the .ypR.-ME A PURE DIETETIC FOR INFANTS, INVALIDS AND THE ACED. This nutritious and palatable preparation for In fants and InT&Hds is highly recommended by the most Eminent Physicians, hwg far wnpsrior to snj known Medicinal Food. v RotaIi Dxetuoa. must not be conf onnded wltb the rramervfis articles of floor prepared in snj iiisasi ' by heat, which, while they may contain a certain . degTee of nutriment, are utterly deroid of those medicinal qnailties which alone characterise Rotai. DrETf UT Jt" YOUR DSTTGQIST HAS IT, Will b sent by mail (post paid) if not C.N. CRITTENTON, f 15 Fulton St., New York. CenM Agent for U. S.f and Canada. f . IvlDNKCilJN is highly recommeuUeu find unsurpassed for VVKAIC or FOUL KIDNEVS, DROPSY, BRIGHT'S DISEASE, JCOSS ' of ENEB- ux,Mvuusi'iuiii;ixi) or any KIDSTEYor BLADDER DISEASES; Also for YELLOW FEVER, BLOOD and KIDNEY POISONING, f By the distillation of a FOBEST LKir with we have discovered KTDNEGEs", which acta specifically on the Kidneys and tTrinaryXtagane, removing de posits in the bladder and any straining, smarting, heat or Irritation in the water passages, giving them strength, vigor and causing a healthy color and easy flow of urine. It can be taken at all times, in all climates, without injury to the system. Unlike any other preparation for Kidney difficulties it has a very pleasant and agreeable taste and flavor. It contains positive Diaretlc properties and will not no-useavte. Ladles especially will like it, and Gentleman will find NOTICE. Each bottle bears the signature of LAWRENCE k MARTIN, also a Proprietary Govern ment Stamp, which permits KIDNEGEN to be sold sons everywhere. Put up in Quart size Bottles If not found at your Druggists or Grocers, we will send LAVVRE.VtE & MAKT1S, Proprietors, Chicago, Ml. And O Barlay Street, New York. Sold by DRUGGISTS, GROCERS and DEALERS everywhere. Sold m JS ew Haven by RICHARDSON" & CO., who will supply the trade at the manufacturers prices. Yale Bureau of Patents. ANDREW O'NEILX., AUTHOR of the new trade-mark and label law for the State of Connecticut recently passed by the Legislature. Applications received and information given. Addreea ANDREW O'NEILX, Benedict Building, 83 Chnroh Street, Box 602, New Haven, Conn. ap3 tf Trees at Half Rates. The large assortment of the best ornamental Trees and Shrubs in the old Nurseries of It. IS. PARSONS & CO. Is now in large quantity and excellent condition, and is offered at the above large discount from catalogue prices, it embraces the plants which have so long been specialties of this firm, including Camellias. well budded, Azaleas, Rhododendrons, Street Trees, rare ConiferSjlately moved, o. For catalogues, address A. B. CRANEEir,, Box 603, Flushing, IV. If. an 30 d&wlm Jewelry ! ' Jewelry ! - new;g!oods. new goods. AT . STItEETEIt'S Old Established and Renowned- Stand. Cases He-filled and Re-stockd. All Goods of Clio Ice Selection Prices Low. BEAUTIFUL Gold and Silver Watches of well known and reliable. makes. We can guarantee all our goods to be as represented. Have sold to thou sands in this and neighboring towns. Plain gold and Elegant Stone Rings in great profusion. Look at our Silverware Department before pttrchk elsewhere. They are standard goods. Special a. ntion to W atch anrt Jewelry Repairing, and also to Engraving in all its branches. The best work. All are welcome to call and examine goods. GEO. L. STREETER, NO. S32 CHAPEL STREET. ja31 daw : ' " CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEUlt'l AIJ , . iUAOC MARK Tne Great TRADJnARK ABffins as. era JfS y an unfailing cure ior iseminai Weakness, Sperma torrhra. Impoten cy, and all diseases that follow, as a se quence of self Abuse, as Loss of Memory. Universal EErfcitt TAKIHB.Lsasitude, Pain in&FTEB TAKINQ. me nmcK. xnmnesa of Vision, Premature Old Age, and many other Dlseas mm that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and a Prema ture Grave. Full particulars in our namnhlet. which we de sire to send free by mail to every one. Tke 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 THK GRAY MEDICINE CO., , No. 10 Mechanics Block, Detroit, Mich. Sold in New Haven by all Druggists. Ja7 lydaw RICHARDSON CO., wholesale agta. Groceries, Fruit, &c. A WELL selected stock of Staple and Fancy Oro oeries and Fruit can be'fouhd at HENRY STORER'S, 173 Ctunp.l Street. A. E. DUDLEY & SON, Fire Insurance Agents, 208 Chapel Street. Buildings and Live Stock Insured against LIGHTS JLKO. . Jj3l First of the Season ! We are now in receipt of new Canned Tomatoes from the "cele brated Guilford Canning Co. The trade supplied at lowest market price for first quality packing. ' . J. D. DEWELL & CO: Wholesale Agents, Nos. 233 to 239 State Street : School Books, - AS USED in ths public schools, at knr rates, at BABCOCKTS, 97 Orange Street, "! allot ftMium Ballding. Sailboat for Sale. fJMGHTEEN feet long, eight feet beam, cat-rgfd, X!i Bewlj painted, all in sailing order; price 166. inquire at. ias.OOKailBSS AVJS. - - ISP ben Suites ! Walnut aid Ash EOjCaEJ Vflhair. ' 388, 390 and 392 State Street. at Wholesale and Retail, F. C. TUTTLE. Pore in its Ingredients, It nonrlsbes In feTer. pro motes sleep, sostaina the strength of the patient and in nameroas instances has proved to be the only ao oeptahle snstenanoe. In cases of PtrmoMAmr OojtPLAErrs, O-smnAL Ds Kurr, Fhvxrs and Dtstkpsia, It win be found ef ficacious, and as a MroicofAi. Numnvi Food, a sickle trial will afford sfflrtfrnt sTidence of tta worm. OSt WILL GET IT FOR TOUelia easily procured. Priee Ttt Ceata. jjs&x.rcijtjxiuJNS arising' irom In Infected malarial sections. JUNIPER BERRIES and HASLET MALT KIDKEGEN the best Kidney Tonic ever used 1 (without lioense) by Druggists, Grocers and Other Per for General and Family-Use. a bottle prepaid to the nearest express office to you au30 eod weowtf Marsh's Disinfectant f XjiOR foul odors in stables, water closets, nrinaljs jl biuxb, sc. a sampie win Do rurnisnea tree c charge at "Whittlesey's Trug Store, a5 d&w Q28 Chapel and 326 State street. DR. S. W. FISKE, The Celebrated Clairvoyant Physf- - cian and Magnetic Healer, Business and Test Medium, Is permanently located In Hew Haven, Conn. OfficeNo. 370 Chanel Street. WHERE he an be consulted regularly every month from the mdrning of the 10th until the sim ki noon. Office hours from 9i.rn.to9D.tn. Dr. Fiske has had twenty-nine years experience in the practice ef medicine, and has, made thousands of ths most astonishing cures of all chronU and long standing diseases of whatever name or nature. These who are afflicted with any disease er pain should con sult Dr. Fiske at once, no matter how long yon have oeen et ox neajui or wnat rtisoasre yon are suffering from, or how many doctors you have employed in vain, or how much medicine yow have taken, or bow little faith you have. He will tell you at once the na ture of the disease and where it affects yon 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 as a z-easonaDie price, eiuier oy tne wees: or month. The doctor - also gives valuable advice on business matters, and all the affairs of life, both social and financial, including journeys, 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 heaith must contain $2, age, sex, a lock of uisia-uiuivwup, Auuros xxcjc .box i,2Kf, Aerwicn, Conn. - TAKE NOTICE. Dr. Fiske will not visit Bridge port or Anson la again this, season. Patients wishing to consult sue iocor will ana mm at ma office. VTi U Chapel street. New Haven, Conn,, the days mentioned above. He will also be at the City Hotel, South Nor wtfUt, Conn,, Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 28th and 2th. XJse Dr. S. W. FISKE'8 VALUABLE LINIMENT. For sale by all Druggists. au30 diw GOWER & MANSFIELD M OTTER for rent (to be ready for occupancy in July) one or two floors of a substantial brick building on Grand street, 48x60 feet. Can be used for stores or factory or heavy storage. A desirable house on Middietown avenue, for sate or rent. A lsrge and well Assorted stock at Dry ! w-jar ir Bald. Aiv ipruce poxes Htia- blefor boat matts, flag poles, itage poles, .eiriKrapii jpomeea Bangor Xj&tli, Soathern. PLne, Ab and J5 GRAND STREET. Jdewa BAYARD TA"SXOB Said : H I take great pleasure in recommending to pa- reum wie jLcaaemy ox sot. owivmn u. Hnoruidge." Hon. FERNANDO WOOD Says : "I cheerfully oosaent to the use of my n as reference. ' My boy. will return to you. (for their iounu year; arcer vacation. For new Illustrated Circular address SU'ITIIIV suuKTLlDGsi. A. M., llarisrd lBlTr- slty Gradnate, JHedlav, Xai. anaodnwlm D. S. Clennev & Son. . No. ICO State 'Street, New Haven, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in every description of ENGLISH, FBSECH AND AMERICAN COACH, OILS, PAINTS 4JTD; nt Kroma. - t snlSaVfcw i :Vj riiis?i '. E at i a .' ; '. J H i i i preeTMngsinOne. Warm Air Pumaoa ; ClO8St0T9. .f OPEN FIRE. Send for tentleKmiala ftwn all over the world. Beekman St.N.Y ; Yaults. and Cesspools. It" y av Vs. lift or Cesspool thavt aeejds mttention, send for Faraham's Odorless Apparatnsl OrderajsExa'be left at 'r - - .... - t. , . . t- B. BRADLEY k CO., 408 State Rtrest. . S0BT. VEIT0H.4 SON, 428 Chapel St. " P. aBOX27. -i .jispy - ARM ric ,4-, -iw mi. 'iLm Mason's Porcelain-Lined Jar. Rubber for all Jars. . COHANCY FRUIT JAR, The Best and Cheapest at the World. 134 Per Poien. Great Bargains in Tea Sets ! 30 New and Handsome Patterns and Designs. SC-plece Seta, decorated, from $7 to $15. No Auction Goods. We also have a large line of Decorated Chamber Sets at bargains. Another load of T.niich and Picnic Baskets Inst damped oa ana must ds soia. I Crockery, Glauware, Tinware, Wootten- wo.ro. Lamp Chasdelien, avnd House Fnrnlsblns Goods in General, at G. H. CLARKE CO.'S, No. OO Cburcb. Street, s2eod - ' ' NSABCHAPEt. New Mum Books. Tbe Anthem Harp. $1.25. By Dr. W. O. Per- auns. siosc oat. A new book Intended as a successor for Perkins' 1 Anthem Book," published some years since and wbieb ! was a decided success. The new book contains music perfectly within the reach of common choirs, and is destined to have a great sale. Ditson & Co. also call attention to their three books for singing olasses, recently published, already very popular, ana worthy 01 universal adoption : The Temple. $1.00. By Dr. W. O. Perkins. The Voice or Worship, $1.00. By L. O. Em- erson. JohnKon'lHethod for SinEine Classes. ou oeuia. ny a. xt. wonnson. The Temple contains an excellent Sincinff Scheol Course, and a large number of Glees, Songs Saored Tunes and Anthems for practice, and for use In classes. I. O. Emerson's Voice off Worship has exactly the same end In view as the other, but has a different method, and entirely different music. Johnson's Method is for those who wish a low- priced book ; is admirably simple and clear, has plen- , ty of music, and has a thorough course in Note Head- i lng. Any book mailed for retail price. OLIVER DITSON & CO., al WSaw BOSTON. THE OREAT NERVE BESTOMTIVB. YOmOKE. A Blood, Brain and Nerve Food. A fovereism cure In all forms of Nerrous Debility. Broken-down Constitutions. Heart Affections. Ver tigo, Weakness of Kidneys, Bladder, and Urinary s" th l A i-rr l i - r i x l Trl vri;:uist. r ruiaic w winueeB. rentonut juluhuiiicu n- tauty, V igorous Health and Manhood. CURES oil diseaBes arieinz from Alcohol. Tobacco. Opium, tc. Also, all forms of Kerrous and Brain Dis eases, such as Lapse of Memory, Dizziness, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Nervous Headacke, Hysteria, Chorea, II vou are affected with anv of tnc above diseases. or any other Brain or Nervous trouble, don't fail to try rne i among SHANNOy - MA.KWICIC, Chemiets and Apothecaries, Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers, No. 143 Xr Tim bull St., Hartford. Conn Sold by all Druggists. Send for Pamphlet. NEW YORK, lTr " -j -r-r j j J HlOU 3)11(1 V lCljOr Lever Hay Cutters. The tltroe Iarest,Stroiis- est, Best Made and Finished and Most Perfect Workinsr Soever Cutters in market. Hide Roller Hay Cutters, Raid win's Improved Ameri can Fodder Cutters, John son's Patent Fanning; Mills. Corn Shelters or the most approved kinds, including the Celebrated Iturrall Right Hand Iron Sheller. Cider Mills, Press Screws, Apple Grinder Casting etc., etc., etc. AT LOW PRICES. II, B. BRADLEY & CO, 406 and 408 State Street. dsw KNOW THYSELF ! The untold miseries that result from indiscretion in early life may be alleviated and cured. Those who doubt thia assertion Bhould purchase the new medical woric published by tne fkabody MEDIC AX. INSTITUTE. Boston. entitled XHB SCIEMCE OF ' Exhausted vi tality, nervous and physical debility, or vitality im paired by th errors of youth or too close application to business, may be restored and manhood remined. Two hundredth edition, revised and enlarged, just published. It is a standard medical work, ths best in the English language, written by a physician of great oiiiwieuw, w wuoxu wao wwaea a eoiu ana leweiea 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 oz woicn is wonn ten times tne price or tne boon. Bound in French cloth ; price only $1, sent by mail post-paid. The London Tancet says : "No person should be without this valuable book. The author Is a noble benefactor." The Tribune says : " The author has had unprece dented success in dealing with nervousness of all kinds and its a erections, whether due to pernicious habits or inherited. He la a Nervo-specialist, and therefore knows whereof he writes with such power and ability." " i An illustrated sample sent to all onreceint of 6 oenta I or poBuige. The author refers, by permission; to Hon. P. A. BISSELIh M. D., president of the National Medical Association. Address Dr. W. H. TTT71 A T PABKEIi.No. 4 Bullfinch M Hi f I A Street, Boston, Maaa rTTTYrt2T T TJ The author may be I I 1 I n WJ I J r consulted on all diseases requiring skill and expert- ence. - jeiu annaw INVENTOliS. JOHN E. EARLE, No. 350 Chapel Street, New Haren, Conn., Gives his personal Attention to procuring Patents for Inventions i IN THE United States and Foreign Countries A PRACTICE of more than fourteen years, and frequent visits to the Patent Office has given him a familiarity with every department of, and mode of proceeding at, the Patent Office, which, together witnineract vnn ne now vunw naanington semi monthly to srive his personal attention to the interests of his clients, warrants him in the assertion that no office in the country is able to offer the same facilities to Inventors in securing their inventions by Letters Patent and particularly to those whose applications have been rejected an examination of which he will makefreeof charge. r-Preliminary examination, prior to application for patent, made at Patent Office, at a small charge. Bis facilities for procurina Patents in Foreixm tXNm tries are unequaiea. - Kfers to more than one tnousana clients ror whom hehas procured Letters Patents. A"H dw JOSPII MOEBS, T AKTIST IX FRESCO AXI Oil ! TnOHMEKLT E. Scharfsehwerdl s Col, receives or- M? ders at JOHKMAB'S, 122 Cbapel street, or 371 am- . . .; x. vn. R.G. RUSSELL,, ARCHITECT. my3 S34 Chapel Street, Sew Haven, Ct Fancy CIiairG. We have a fine line of Wilton Carpet Folding Chairs for sale a retail at tbe factory, 552 State St. New "Haven Folding CiailTCo! " 0FIUL1 - ttorpliin (Tublt 4 Brva m lOtoJudsivs. rsOMur till MrrA WE take pleasure in informing ths people of this city and the country at huge that no better as sortment of fine carriages can be found la this State man can oe I onnd at the Repository of - WM. H. BRADLEY & CO., 61 Chapel -Street, l(Cor. of Hamilton,) and at prices that shall be satisfactory to purchasers. We Have a Few SECOND-HAND CARRIAGES I 111 eood order and at low dmcm ? alao. & few at thorn nice 900 No-Top Piano-Box Buggies Plana call and select one if in want, aa tnay will coat mare booh . Repairing of all Kinds Eone In the best manner at reasonable prioea by WBSs H. BRADtEY & CO. I . mats THOSE IN NEED ' -OF SCHOOL BOOKS Will Please Rememher That . TO 257 CHAPEL STREET, Third Door Above Wilcox & Co.' Goods Store. Dry With improved facilities for buying goods Coan pro poses to seii tne same - si tf CHEAPER THAW EVER. ftitl Estate. First-Class Residence for Sale. is OWING to a contemplated chanffsia business fiiij location the ensuing fall, 1 offer my residsnce 1 1 ti (Tinier yi r iiml uniua ana ferry streets, xor sals. This is by far the finest place in Fair Haven, Lot 131x230 feet, well stocked with every variety of i run in oearmg conuiuon. uouse Duut si xounaa- tion stone, contains ten rooms, all heated by steam also gas and water, stationary range and wash tubs. Large barn ana carnage house ; accommodations for live horses : gas and water : room for man. Large nennery ana garuen. farcies meanlne easiness can apply on me premises. loyal tf I'lUSVGBiVK W. BAJiCUUK. FOR SALE. A NEW AND COMMODIOUS HOUSE on Sherman avenue, handsomely fitted with mod ern conveniences, and most pleasantly located. ill be sold at a great bargain. Inquire at my!2dtf THIS OFFICE. TO RENT. A DESIRABLE Furnished Resna will rented to one or two gentlemen. Call at 26 ELM STREET. my!3 tf Corner Orange. FOR KENT. BRICK BUILDING, with engine in eood or der, with or without barn: possession anytime. - 19 Pearl atros.y FOlt SALE, DUEbSINa LOTS on NichoU, Eagle, and both siaes or jn&si stroet; 4Ui feet In ne place; price low ; terms easy. ANDKEW MARTIN. f23tf 19 Pearl Htreet W. P. NILES, (Notary Public,) Real Estate, Fire Insurance, Loan and Collection Agency. FOR SALE. tri& A beautiful place on Townsend avenuer-over-;(Tii looking Long Island Sound, with .It acres of jVjli choice land, good dwelling house and barn. WANTED To exchange, a finely located business property in this city, well rented, for a dwelling sisuae, cen trally located. Call for particulars. ill pa y rusn for a good residence, centrally located, wiin moaern liiiurevemenig, iNot over 5,000 can be given. Aloney to loan. Office. 370 Chanel Street. Jyl5 Room No. 1. JOSEPH SONNENBERG, llea.1 jEIstate and Exchange Broker, lo.oooira eitm ' HfwmritifiB bniurht an Deubloens wanted. United per cent. Bends and For eign securities bought and sold and sUvidsnds paid in United States currency. Tenement for rent earner of George and Day streets, 5 rooms, $9 per month. Also Gold and Silver exchanged at the office ef ap2Gf 23S Chapel street. B. II. JOHNSON, Real Estate and Loan Agent Office, 487 State Street. FOB SALE. A Nice House and Large Lot on Eld street at a bargain. Good Cottage House on Drvight street at much less than it is worth. A fine place in Fair Haven and several ether places xor sale very low. Some good Shore Property in East Haven and Bran- xora. For Sale or Rent- Farms. A very desirable Farm of 70 acres in SouthingtoB win be sold low to close an estate. A list of eood Farms in other desirable locations. Good rents in St. John and Greene streets. Fair Ha ven, ana otner parts or tne city. Wanted, $2,000 to $4,000 on good first mortgage se curity muw For Sale at a Barerain, First-class House, with modem improvement s, good lot with barn, situated on fine avenue, fronting on two streets, can be seen at any time. For particulars, call at Room No. 6, noauiey DQiiuing, v vnuxuu Btrwefc. jld26tf L. 3F. COMSTOCK. - HINMAN'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY, 63 Church Street, OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. Money Loaned on Real Estate. Houses and Lots in all parts of the city for sals and Uent. itents ana Interest money collected. CHOICE WATER FBO.VTS. Savin Rock Share Property. 1.000 Front Feet oa Beach Street. The most desirable on tbe shore, a beantlfnl grove upon a portion of it. Fine water will b. supplied from tne Artesian well to all purchasers, making this particular location very desirable. Beasaere (.ouagei or urni. Fire Insorance Policies written in all nrst-elaas com panies. apao lons ft hikmas, Agta. TO EFNT, THE STORE No. No. 61 Chnrch street, oppo site the postofflce ; two small rents on Whailey av6nne : second noor No. 51 Asylum street ; whole house on Henry street, all medern improve ments; whole house No. 241 Crown street; whole honso No. 54 Whailey avenue, all modern improve ments, $400 ; whole house on Clinton avenue ; second r Ho. 29 Auburn street; whole honss so Water et : whole house corner Union and Fair streets. 931 per month ; whole house Oedar Hill avenn. ; three small rents Cedar Hill. Apply to A. M. HOLMES, aplT 69 Church Street, Boom S. Hall's Bitters. JT is now twenty-nine years sines ws oamsoeneed the preparation of this article. Thsir truly val uable medicinal properties, in cases connected with the stomach and nervons system, their ssqwisite taste as a cardial, and agreeable effect as a tonic are readily acKnowieagea oy all who have used tnem. in zaet, Halls Bitters stand unrivaled, and their pre eminence over all newly started and much advertised Bitters will be striking to any one, after a fair trial and com parison, we should be pleased to show tnem. apa. - is. is. UAJLdj, aw unapei atree. ilnvestme.it Securities. Hartford Town 4 per cent. Bonds Kew York and New England 8 per cent. Bonos. . - 14 shares Merchants National Bank Stock. ' 3 f Kew Tork.'Kew Haven and Hartford B.B. Co. 8tock.'' . - Bunnell. & Scranton, au6" ' Ranker, and Brokers. - Tontine Livery Stables WE are prepared at abort notlos to famish I the best Carriages, either close or open, for l-Balia. Weddings and Christenings. - it in our intention to have Rood Carriages at tne depot ana on boat landings when needed. Grateful for the liberal patronage in the past ws' hoDe by strict attention to the wants of our patrons I to merit n continuance of the favors of ths public. BKHUbii anil. UUH, Jrropristors. . S. LaHooon, i owanan. , b7 lias Removed His - jfmmtal anb wmtx. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY CABBINGTON & CO., BT. 400 State Street, Comrler BalldlnaT. Kn. b. cuumaroi. mirwxMU x. uiBnroTos. ion m. CAKBoiaTex, n Wednesday Morning, Sept. 8, 1880. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOB PRESIDENT, JAMES A. GARFIELD, of Ohio. FOB VICE PRESIDENT, CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of N. York. STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR. HOBART B. BIKELOW, or New Hans, FOB LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, WILLIAM II. BILKELKY, at Hartford. FOB SECRETARY OF STATE, CHARLES E. SEARL9, or Thompson. " FOR TREASURER, DAVID P. WICIIOLS, or Dambnry. FOR 0ONTROIXEB. W. T. BACIIELLER, or Winchester. FOB ELECTORS-AT-LARGB, . HESBY B. SORTOK, of Koinlrk. ABU A II CATLIST, of Harwtnton, - A ttUESXlUSf OP WAGES. A laboring man to day earns good wages, tne money paid mm is subject to no varia tion or discount, and with it he can buy more than at any time in onr previous his tory. A protective tariff has had much to do with this state of things. The revenues de rived from it have strengthened the finance or tne country, and it has afforded encour agement to struggling industries which must have failed during the dark days from which we have emerged but for its support. With out it much of the labor now employed would be idle, and the profits of that labor would not be in existence. In the face of these facts the Democratic party in its national platform declares for "a tariff for revenue only," and asks the workingmen of New England, who owe their present satisfactory condition in great meas ure to the policy of protection, to support that declaration by their ' votes. In other words, it asks them to -voluntarily and cheerfully aid in reducing the amount of work they .now have to do and in lowering the wages paid them. Do the ' workinginen of Connecticut feel like hastening to comply with this request ? Do they not know what their situation would be with free trade in operation ? With a low ' 'tariff for revenue only" the prices of manu factured goods such goods as are manufac tured in abundance in this State and in the other New England States would go down. With lower prices for their goods it would be simply impossible for manufacturers to keep wages up to where they are now. It may be said that other things would ad just themselves to the low wages of working- men under a free trade system, and this is true to a certain extent. But, as the Hart ford Courant has pointed out, our working- men, under free trade with its low wages, would be on the whole cramped and-work in narrower limits than they do now. . "Here in America the great necessity of life, food, is cheap. For the New England workman, as well as for others, it is made cheap by the in creased use of labor-saving machinery in ag riculture, and by the enlarged facilities of transportation. This cheapness of provisions is reasonably maintained even if the wages are raised for work in manufacturing. A tariff arranged for reasonable encouragement of manufactures raises the prices of goods, and it raises wages, but it does not raise the aerieultural products that the laborer must buy in the proportion that it raises his wages." But it needs no argument to con vince workingmen that they are better off, taking everything into consideration, on high than on low wages. Can the workingmen of Connecticut af ford to help put a party in power which fa vors "a tariff for revenue only," and whjch cromises them lower waces as a reward for their support ? EDITORIAL NOTES. The speeches of General Hawley and Mr. Case in East Haven this eveniner will be well worth hearing. The supplement issued by the Hartford Post, containing portraits of Garfield and Arthur and f the nominees on the State ticket, sketches of their lives and much oth er campaign matter, is an excellent piece of work and well calculated to do effective ser vice in this State for the Republican cause- The Utica (N. Y.) Observer, a Democratic paper, has no doubt about the importance of this year's election. It says : ' Think what is at stoke this fall Assemblymen, county officers, internal revenue places, postoffiees, United States Court officers and miscellaneous appointments aggregating a total of two hun dred and thirteen places m the county of Oneida." The -solid South, including West Virginia and Maryland, paid for the last ' fiscal year $28,000,000 internal revenue taxes. The solid North paid 488,700,000. Illinois alone paid nearly as much as the whole South. namely, $23,000,000. Ohio paid eighteen millions and New York sixteen, and the three together more than twice as much as the South with West Virginia and Maryland. Hon. John R. Buck, of Hartford, who was nominated yesterday by the Republicans for Congressman from the First district, will be elected. His popularity was shown in his election to the Senate last year by a majority j never before equaled by a Republican candi date in the district. He is a good lawyer, a man of excellent judgment and of long familiari ty with public affairs, and will well represent the First district. - The nominating convention for the Third congressional district will be held in Putnam to-morrow, and it now seems probable that Hon. John T. Wait will be renominated by acclamation. The Windham county Repub licans are unanimous in his favor and will not present any candidate from their own county. The Telegram says : 'Colonel Wait will be returned to the next Congress by a majority far larger than has been given in this district for many years. We predict that it will not fall below 2,500. No one need be surprised if it touches 3,000." The prohibitionists are said to be confi dently looking for large gains in their presi dential vote this year over that of four years ago. They expect to have separate electoral tickets In at least 20 States, and they can very easily gain cm their 1876 vote without making a very formidable demonstration - of their numbers. Four years ago the prohibi tory presidential vote footed up only 9,522, votes, Kew York taking the head of the col umn with 2,359 votes. OMp, Nebraska and Pennsylvania stood second, third and fourth. respectively. Of course, voting for prohibi tory electors in 1880, as In 1876, will simply be throwing votes away. - The great French industry of wine pro duction is seriously declining. In 1869 the pro- hectolitre being considerably more than a hundred quarts ; and in 1875 it rose to 84, 000,000 hectolitres. , From that time the amount annually grew smaller, until last year it fell to- 30,000,000 hectolitres, and this year it wiQ be smaller still. - France exported wine I to the value of $33,000,000 in 1872, while last year Its wine export was worth only $24, I 000,000. On the other hand the imports of I wine in 1872 reached only $1,600,000, and last year rose to $34,000,000, or $1,000,000 more than the country exported in one of her best -yeara. The ' indisputable fact, there fore, stares France in the face that she can- not make as mnoh wine as is demanded for ! home' consumption, which is as significant for that latitude as the Inability of the United States to raise wheat enough for the uses of our country would be in this. The phylloxera, of course, is the trouble, and it resists successfully all attempts at ex tirpation. ' American vines defy this insect, and the time may come when we shall export wine to France as we now do wheat. A note from Congressman Frank E. Beltz- hoover, of Pennsylvania, has been printed, in wfilch he says that the letter purporting to have bee written by him. and stating that a pension bill could not be passed because the rebels in the House and Senate were opposed to pensions, Is "an infamous forgery. There was no occasion or necessity for such a letter, he adds, and no reason why it should have been written. Mr. Beltzhoover has got himself idto as bad fix as Wade Hampton has, as will appear from the following from tie editor of the Carlisle Herald, which first published the letter ; ' - Cabt.tst.h. Pimm.. Sept. .r. O. E. Smith, Editor of the PrimP hikuMpJaa: I he letter was received bv a most resecta ble citizen of the Cumberland valley in an swer to one addressed to Mr. Beltzhoover in regard to a pension bill. The addressee's character is beyond impeachment, and the letter was by him forwarded to us. It is written on house of representatives note pa per. Mr- Beltzhoover s handwriting is pe culiar and very familiar to us. We recognized the letter to be his immediately. It has been seen by others, and is now in the hands of one of the best known men in the country. it will te produced and proved to be Beltz- hoover's. More from us to-morrow. W. Tbtckett. An ingenious police officer of Chicago has conceived the idea of extending the telephone to wider and more important uses in connec tion with the suppression of crime in the city. The advantages of the alarm telegraph and telephones connecting the stations have long been apparent in the way of sending in formation, and it is now proposed, as an ex periment in the more disturbed and danger. ous districts, to extend the system after the pattern of the fire-alarm telegraph by putting up boxes, with telephone communications, at suitable points, the keys of which are to be intrusted to orderly and law-abiding citizens, as well as the police, so that in cose of a fracas, a robbery, accident, or anything call ing for the services of the police,' they can be summoned with the least possible delay. In connection with the alarm a reserve force is to be maintained at the stations with wagons and ambulances and all the parapher nalia necessary for riot or accident. Should it be a murder, robbery or any other crime, the perpetrators of which have escaped, the alarm is to be given to every man m the.1 district by sounding a large bell, which is - . ,.;-t. to be placed upon the roof of the station. Upon hearing this, every officer on duty is to run to the nearest telephone box and cor respond with the station, and it is also pro posed that they report by the same means every hour, . whether anything occurs on their beats or not. It is not expected that the scheme will go into perfect practical ope ration at once. Drunken roughs may smash the boxes, thieves out the wires, and small boys play pranks with tha arrangements, but this was no more than was done with the fire alarm telegraph when it was first established, and that the police telephone alarm contains the germs of an equally sound idea is evi dent. UNMITIGATED. It is difficult to become familiar with the wheels of a watch, so many of them travel incog. A very disagreeable old gentloman dies. A nephew, charged with the duty of preparing his epitaph, suggests ; "Deeply regretted by all who never knew him. .It is said that the odor of Brooklyn sanc tity is so strona that when the wind is from the east New Jersey people shut down their windows. New Orleans Times. Now that Rowell has walked and Tanner has starved, the next contest will be between two fashionable young ladies, who will test their strength by seeing which can wear her spring hat the longest. Toddlekins is a very small man indeed, but he said he never minded it at all until his three boys grew up to be tall, strapping young fellows and his wife began to cut down their old clothes to fit him. And then he said he did get mad. Every now and then a car falls off the New York elevated raihoad into the street and hurts a man. Some day one will fall and crush a dog, and then Mr. Bergh will take steps to have the whole elevated business pulled up by the roots. NorrUUmn Jieraia. He appeared to be almost gone. Rolling his eyes toward the partner of his bosom he gasped, "Bury me 'neath the weeping wil low and plant a single white rose above my head." "Oh, it's no use," she snapped out. Your nose would scorch , the roots!" He got well." Scene on a New York steamer which is passing Governor's Island on Hancock's re ception day : Tourist to friend "Ah, there is Blackwell's Island, I suppose ?" Friend What a hard looking set of criminals t No wonder they have soldiers to guard them ! Jfraiadelplaa Jfulletm. Mrs.Elizabeth Stuart Phelps pays the price of her fame to over-cunoue admirers, w aid ing on the desertefl beach the other day, and asked if she was not afraid of the terrific storm then raging, she replied : "No ; I pre fer the voioe of God to that of the summer boarder. " At the morgue : "My mother-in-law," says a visitor to the official In charge, "disap peared three days ago, and has not been heard of since. I had hoped she might be here." "Describe her, if you please, so mat, if necessary, she can be identified." "bhe stutters awfully you'd recognize her easily by that." The careful landlady of a summer board ing house was overheard the other day, as she was talking with a neighbor who naa "just run in" to the kitchen xor a moment, oaia the visitor : "There's a speck of something in the cake batter, Miss Bproul. " rionest matron: "Yes. I shouldn't wonder if there was. an' iest as likely as not it's flies. Do you know that I'm losing my eyesight so fast that I don't dare to make cake" any longer for the boarders, without I pat currants into it, 'cause I couldn't see a fly if he should get in, and the currants do mix in so well with the pesky flies." The boarders did hot eat cur rant cake that night. Boston Globe. CORRESPONDENCE. Gainesville, Aja-bamat A View Prom the Cupola of the American Hotel Fording the Tomblgbse "Colonel Bob" and His Interesting Bersvp-Hook Nome Extracts from the Latter. Gainesviijk, Ala., Aug. 15. .To ths Editor of ths JonaMaL and Coumxbb : Standing in the cupola of the American 1 Hotel in Gainesville,Sumter eounty.Alabama, tan or twelve miles east of the Mississippi State line, I see spread out before me, as far almost as the eve- can reach, a panorama of forests and fields green with the corn just ripening and cotton Just putting forth to view the first "picking" of its snowy white staple, which is at once so productive of wealth to this section, and such a cause - of anxiety to the producer, from the great un certaintv attending its successful cultivation. At the foot of the hill or 'bluff on which the hotel stands flows the muddy, sluggish Tom bigbee, navigable far above this point and emntvinir its turbid waters Into Mobile bay. Bight at the base of the bluff lies chained to the shore the nat-Dortomea lerryooat, n verv common ' article on these South ern rivers, and for the greater part of the vear used to convev teams to and fro at a charge or fifty cents lor a aouDie ream ana twenty-five cents s single one. . I never shall forget aa experience I once had in trying to ford the river at this point in August, 1877, traveling in company with another "tourist" from the neighboring town oi J!.utaw, ana having a spring wagon and a pair of venera- ble horses, with negro driver who "knew the river." We found the -stream quite low and determined to ford it and save our four "bits." Dashing into the stream, which at this point runs rapidly, we reached the mid dle safely. Here the current was very strong and the horses plunged ahead for a minuti unsteadily, then stopped and refused to move The water was coming into the body of tire wagon, and it looked as if we were booked for a sail down to the Gulf. "Whip 'em up I" we cried to our driver, and rising to his feet and clutching his lines and long buck whip he phed it to the team vigorously, lashing the poor beasts at the same time with his ""H"? y Pmm?ea first one starting, then the other, until finally a trace broke square off, and there we were. Hunting tp a strong hemp cord ftom among my twine, 1 handed it to the driver and told him to get out and tie up the trace. "My God boss " he protested, "dis is all de close I got and I can't get dem wet." "You must," I said "it's the only chance for us to get to shore and we can't stay here." So out into the water he plunged, the current nearly washing him away, fished out the broken trace and in a few minutes had it well repaired. "And now," said I, "go to your horses' bits and lead them, and I will use the whip and we'll try 'em again." This tims they pulled to gether, and in a few minutes we were on the bank glad enough to be saved a cold water bath. We took a solemn oath never to try to ford the Tombigbee again. Before the Mobile and Ohio railroad was built Gainesville had a population of about 3,000, and was a great depot for shipping cotton down the river, and also a lively business point, having a large extent of territory to supply with goods. Many New Englanders and New Yorkers were here before the war, and I found here now a Mr. Snow, who some thirty years since resided in New Haven. The old settlers here mourn the decadence of the old town. The late cen sus T&nds but about 700 people where ten years since there were about 3,000. The old hotel where I write, built twenty-six years ago by Colonel Kobert G. McMahon, famili arly called "Colonel Bob, " would accommo date a hundred guests, and I am told that the spacious dining room, capable of seating at least eighty persons, was often filled. Now I sit down with six or eight as an average num ber. The building is fast going to decay, and the upper rooms are the refuge of spi ders and rats. "Colonel Bob," who has late ly passed away, was among those who mourned deeply the decline of the town ha so loved. I speak of him mwrticularly because he was a type of the old-fashioned Southern gentleman. I met him three years ago, when I first visited Gainesville and he impressed me deeply. Iju-ge in per son, tall and weighing about 225 pounds he sat at the head of his table in the large din ing room and dispensed the eatables with a lavish hand. He seated me at his right and filled my plate to overflowing with the good -things of the land. After dinner we had a cigar on the verandah and a pleasant talk I miss him now from his place, and the hotel seems lonely without him. He was hospital ity and kindness personified, and never would turn a penniless wanderer away hunerv. and many "beats" took advantage of him and swindled him out of weeks of hnarrl Kill. "Col. Bob" kept a scran book. and. nnlito most scrap books, it contained matter to interest every one. I have pored over it for hours, and shall do so again I have no doubt. It lies open before Til A nn. T .1 .1 In its pages clippings from papers all over the Umon, extending back forty or forty-five years. Autographs of hundreds of the old citizens of Sumter county, most of whom have, like him, passed away; specimens of "nenta; mney over 100 years old ; "wild I cat B"e "SUK scrip; "wild cat" railrnnl SCriD : "wild Cat" rnilrnnrl scrip ; all denominations of Confederate notes from $1 to $r.00 ; Confederate bonds and coupons ; an original Virginia note of hand 128 years old : a letter written in 17m with ink, perfectly plain and paper well pre- ocou, loiwru nun uucmDents or thd war nf 1812 ; Confederate and United St.atnn W. office stamps, from the first used to the pres ent ; and clippings from Southern papers giving their accounts of the first battle of Bull Run and other engagements ; an origi nal letter of Aaron Burr, etc., etc. Opposite the Confederate bills I find the following lines, which some of your readers may like to read : Representing nothing on God's earth now. And naught in the waters below it. As a pledge of the nation that's dead and gene Keep it. dear friends, and Bhow it. ' 8how it to those who will lend an ear To the tste this paper can tell Of liberty born of the patriot's dream, Of a storm cradled nation that fell. Too poor to possess the precious ores. And too much of a stranger to borrow. We issue to-day our promise to pay. And hoped to redeem on the morrow. The days rolled on and weeks became years, But our coffers were empty still ; Coin was so rare that the Treasury quaked If a dollar should drop in the till. But the faith that was in us was strong indeed. And our poverty well discerned, And these little checks represented the rsy That our suffering volunteers earned. We knew it had hardly a value in gold. Yet as gold our soldiers received it ; It gazed in our eyes with a promises pay. And each of our patriots believed it. But our boys thought little of promise or pay. Or bills that were overdue ; We knew if it brought us bread to-day, Twas the best our country could do. Keep it ; it tells our history o'er. From the birth of the dream to the last ; Modest and born of the angel Hope Like the hope of success it passed. In another place I copy a receipted bill for dry goods purchased in 1864, as follows : CoL B. G. McMahon To W. H. Socordon & Co. Dr. 184. May 12. Cash, $ 1 60 Braid for M. F. 8 , 1 00 28 yds. calico tl0X 344 ia 1 paper needles Qsn June 8. July 1. Sept. 13. 1 pair shoes 86 00 $434 12 18G4 of Showing the purchasing power in uonieaerate currency. i ram clippings from papers printed here in 1841, I make the following extracts, to show your younger readers who never heard much about slavery, how human beings with dark skins were sold like cattle in ' 'the good old slavery days," now, thank God, forever gone, and I honestly think that there is not one person m a hundred here in Alabama would ever wish again to see an auction" of human flesh and blood, or to see human be ings in bondage as before. From the Republican Pilot, Gainesville. TRUSTEES SALE. By virtue of a deed in trust made to the under signed by George P. Wright, on the ISth of March. A. D.. 1840. and on the 10th day of April, A. D., 1841, In the office of the clerk of the County Clerk of Bumter county, Ala.. In book , &c, we will proceed to seu to the highest bidder, for cash, on Sat urday, the 17th of April neat, before the postofflce in the town of Gainesville, between the hours of ten o'clock a. m. and four o'clock p. in., the following described negroes : r.ber, aged about 25 years. Ell, aged about 28 years. Ezekiel, aged about 23 years. Ewen, aged about 18 years. Ezra, aged about 16 years. Robert Cbibweio,) G. B. Hoilei. 7 Trustee- Harsh 8, 1841J foot Vote by b. o. mcmahon George P. Wright was a coal black free negro, and these boys were all his children and he had a right to sell them. sheriff's saxje. By virtue of a writ of vendUiona exponas Issued from the Circuit Court of Iwrence county, I will ex pose for public sale to tbe highest bidder for cash be fore the P. O. door in the town of Gainesville, on the 2d Monday in April next, the following property, to -wit : One negro woman named Polly, about 40 veara old ; one boy named Ous, about 16 years old ; and one girl named Letty. about 14 years old. Levied on as the property of F. C Jami8on,deceased, to satisfy said writ in favor of Spelring, Maxwell a Jones vs. said Jamison. 8. H. Thompfon, D. Sheriff. March 26, 1841. I could make further extracts, but these will suffice. His family guard the book and value it highly. I have found the people of Gainesville very pleasant and sociable, and have spent two Sundays here very agreeably, between the two taking w hat we drummers call a wagon trip to and through Pickens, a rich cotton county, which I will describe, together with a description of the cotton plant, its cultivation, picking and growing cotton, &o., in my next. Very truly, U. 11. CJlabile. Mrs. George Osborne, of Hartford, will give $300 to find her husband, who left home a fortnight ago. . Of twenty-six towns of over 5,000 popula tion in the State, Hartford leads in the death rate, and traces most of the mortality to pre ventable diseases. Saturday night in Meriden Bandolph Linda- ley's hencoop was robbed of about 150 valu able hens, not one being spared. The chick en thief has not yet been captured. The celebration of the ninety-ninth anni versary of tne massacre of & ort Uriswold passed off Monday according to programme. Among those present was Chief Justice M. K. Waite. The exercises opened with a grand salute from the fort, followed by "Hail Columbia," by a local glee club and prayer by Rev. Jared B. Avery. J. George Harris, the , chairman of the day, stated the object of the assemblage, and, after the singing of "Amer ica," introduced the Hon. Lafayette S. Fos ter, who made the address of the day. Judge William H. Potter, of Mystic, read a poem upon "The Story of the Massacre on Groton Heights." Hon John T. Wait a&4 others made brief addressee. et