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the Largest aixy newspaper kv the city.
Published by CARRINGTbX & CO.
OFFICE 400 STATE STREET.
VOL. XLVni.
NEW HAVEN, CONN., MONDAY MORNJNG, OCTOBER 11, L88Q.
Price Four Cents.
i oo tl;;
Issued "by J. N. & CO.
A large stock now in.
styles, and all in tlie
AND
The finest Stock we
AND
A most complete assortment anl all marked
at tlie lowest possible prices.
J.N. ADAM & CO.
oil
In tlie fit and style of medium
ipriecd Shoes is noticed this sea-
wr -mi mm m a 1 am i 1
eson. Lames
ren's French Rid Button Boots arc so mod
AritA in nrioA tlioiiiAst .'..noi..i(.. 1 use tliem
Vl 11 111 JMlVVjmvMtwu " " " -
for dress purposes and comfort.
We have a large lot of broken sizes and
widths of the Ladies' French Kid Button
Boots advertised at Two Dollars and Sixty
Seven Cents. The sale of these Shoes is
only limited by our lack of some numbers.
Read our Local Notices in this paper of
desirable low-priced work.
DECORATED
-AT-
WHITTELSEY'S,
DIAMONDS,
UTATP
iUlb
JEWELRY, &C,
LOW PRICES AT
smithaiii
200 CHAPEL ST.,
ETStlSH'S BUILSIKa. S BOOBS BELOW TH1 BKBBE
Grand Opening
Of French, English and Scotch Baitings
ant
TROWSERINGS,
OF the latest importations, and at extraordinary
low prices. Our style of making and trimming
is well known In this -vicinity. A perfect fit is guar
anteed every time. Ton are respectfully invited to
call at
TL. II. FREEDMX S,
ISO. 02 CniJRCII STREET.
TODY MEETINGS AT NORTHFIELD.
Extended report, of the ten day.' meeting, at
Nortofleld In IV. V. WITNESS, 9th and 16th Sept
Both paper, Beat, post-paid, for ten. cent., or 15
00 plea of each, post-paid, for tlollnr. JOHN
DOUOALL as CO., 7 Frankfort at.. New York. Genu
f Poetry. . beautiful new small eight-page
Weekly, containing choice selections from celebrated
author. Only fa cent, a year. Six copies aent a.
ample, for ten cent. Havljbatb. Reading,
w eekly Containing a Sermon, 8. 8. Lesson and Reli
gions matter. ftOcsyear. Samples free, mti lmd&w
Sailboat for Sale.
EIGHTEEN feet long, eight feet beam, cat-rigged,
newly painted, ail in sailing order : price 65.
Inquire at wmnuiLKAira
Jltt
36S and 363 Ohapsl Street.
5
A great variety f j
very latest fashion.
liave ever shown.
, Misses ana uiua-
AND PLAIN,
301 AND 893 CHAPEL STREET.
SWISS AJVDjAMERICAN
STEM-WINDING WATCHES.
A Full Line of Ladies' Sizes
Just Received.
MONSON,
JEWELER,
ISO. 274CIIAPELST11EET.
Veterinary Notice.
ukh. o SULLIVAN & ROSE, Veterinary Sur
geons, graduates of the London and Ameri
can Veterinary Colleges. (The only qualified
Office and Hospital, SIS CHAPEL STREET.
Honrs of attendance, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Telegrams iod mownigas by post promptly attended
ucvuaiu new luyau.;
to.
417 ly
FALL GOODS !
WE are reeerring: Fall Goods dally from the best
factories in the country, and no pains will be
.jfarou w snowing our many customers as
FIXE A LIF
Boots and Shoes
As can oe produced in any first-class store In tha nit
Come one and all and examine quality and compare
prices.
Eobert A. Benham,
24 Chapel and 293 Grand Streets.
sel8 " :
WM. D. BRYAN,
CUSTOM TAILOR,
So. 127 Church Street,
la selling)
DRESS AND BUSINESS SUITS
At lower prices than aver before. s24
SCO.
ew Walnut Bedroom Suites !
New VVsli Bedroom Suites, . .... . ! . .
Kew Painted Bedroom Suites, t i . : i
New Parlor Suites, ' . -
Sideboards, Extension Tables, IiOtmges, Chairs, .
And all other goods in large variety. Please call and examine our stock.
A. C. CHAMBERLIN & SONS',
IOS. 388 300 AND 392 STATE STREET,
se23 ' Five doors sonth of Court Street.
SOMETHING NEW !
The Finest Tliingin the Market.
Cloth Carriage Laps.
The most comfortable and stylish thing used. Call and see them at the
jopdyear ituDuer iores,
73 Church Street, cor. Center, opp. I. O.
03 Orange Street, Palladium Building;.
se23 . . F. C. T UTILE, Proprietor.
GREAT ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE
Low Price Carpet Dealers,
LOUIS ROTHCHLLD & BRO,
133, 135, 137 and 139 Grand Street.
Having added an immense addition to our already large and spacious, warerooms, we are
now able to place before the public the largest
Carjets, Oil Clotls, Paper ; Mais, WMow Slafles, to.
Ever exhibited before in this city, and at such low prices as will astonish the closest buyers.
We have just received a grand assortment of Lowell and Hartford Extra Super
fine Inerrain Carpets which are private to us, and which we are selling at $1.00 per
yard.
Uur line of Tapestry lirusseis is simply
and designs for Fall, which we are selling from
A grand assortment of All Wool Carpets at 65c yard.
C. C. Carpets. Having determined to close our entire stock in this department, we will
offer for the next few days 50 Rolls of Cotton
per yard. The goods are good value at 50c.
Our Usual Assortment of
Wall Papers, Window Shades, Laces, Lace Curtains,
Cornices, Oil Cloths, Etc.,
At Prices That Will Defy Competition.
Call and examine our line of goods and prices and you will be convinced that the
ELM CITY CARPET WAREROOMS
IS THE PLACE TO BUY.
L,. ROTHCHILD & BRO.,
133, 135, 137, 139
Fair Haven and Westville Horse Railroad passes the door. . . . se20 3m
WM. ROGERS,
Sine. May, 1878,
WALLINGFORD, CONN.
Formerly of Hartford and West Heriden,
TTie only survivor of the
only four Rogers recognized
as legitimate by the Supreme
Court of Connecticut in
the test trial in regard to
the name, and the only
Rogers now living, ever con
COUNTESS. .
Patented April SO. IsNi
nected in manufacturing
with the old original Rogers
Brothers (now dead), estab
lished in Hartford in 1847,
atV. Meriden or elsewhere.
The only survivor of Wm.
Rogers & Son, established
in Hartford in 1856, or
since.
No genuine Rogers goods ara nsv
stamped Wm. Roger. A Son, .ml 1:0
person ha the legal right to use
that name.
. NOX1QJE XSE STA3IV.
iWROGEBS.
"'ILINGFCRD. CONN.
Having contracted with Wm. Bogers for the
all new styles which he may bring out from time to time, we feel warranted in saying to the
trade, that with his celebrated goods in connection with our extensive line of Flat and
Hollow Electro Silver Plated Ware, no other concern in this or any other country
can supply better goods ; and every article sold by us stamped " Wm. Bogers," as above, or
with " Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co.," we guarantee to have full weight of pure silver, well
electro plated on a base of the best quality of nickel-silver, or hard, white metal, and all hand
burnished down to the finest silver surface, for
Simpson, Hall, Miller & Co.,
Factories and Office, Wallingford, Conn.
Salesrooms, 36 East 14tli Street, N".
KIDNEGEN is highly recommended
FOUIi KIDNEYS, DROPSY, BKIGHT'S DISEASE, IiOSS of ENER
GY, NERVOUS DEBELITY, or any OBSTRUCTIONS arising: from
KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASES. Also for YELLOW FEVER,
BLOOD and KIDNEY POISONING, in infected malarial sections.
r By the distillation of a FOREST LEAP with
we have discovered KIDNEGES, which acta specifically on the Kidney, and Urinary Organs, removing de
posit, 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 oaa b. taken at all timea,in all climates,
without injury to the system. Unlike any other preparation for Kidney difficulties it haa a very pleasant and
agreeable taste and flavor. It contains positive Dfmretie properties And will not nmuaeavte. Ladies
especially will like it, and Gentlemen win And
. NOTICE. Each bottle bean the signature of LAWRENCE m MAET1N, also a Proprietary Govern
ment Stamp, which permits KID STEVEN to be sold (without license) by Druggists, Grocers and Other Per
sons everywhere. ."
Pat np In Q,aart slxe Bottles for General and Family Tae.
' If not found at your Druggists or Grocers, w. will send a bottle prepaid to th. nesrwt express office to you,
LAWREilCEHARTIS, Proprietors, Chicago, rjf. .
.. And Bar lay Street, Mew. York, c
Sold ly DRUGGISTS, GROCERS and DEALERS everywhere.
Sold in New Haven hy G. W M. Reed and by ' RICHARDSON & CO.,
who will snpply the trade at mannfactnrers prices. anSO eod weowtf
BBYMDSTrS.
sua DeaUaf.
ai'i'
All -drugKiftt
nn r? r'tR,.t .f iifirra cured
"I 1 f! 1
DYSPEPTIC
OR BILIOUS
AHedKiRe recently discovered and used wf sja eminent pliycician with wonderful succes. Ail dmists
and country stores hare it or will get it for yoa. Also a sure cure for INDIGESTION,
PS PEPSI
assortment of
immense, comprising all the latest novelties
85c per yard up. Call and see them.
-Chain Carpets at the extreme low price of 25c
Grand Street.
.Highest Quality Only
3LECTEO
SILVER PLATED
FORKS, KNIYES,
XTO , IK
Extra, Double, ani Triple Hate,
OF THE
OLD ORIGINAL ROGERS' QUALITY,
Established in Hartford in 1847 by
WM. ROGERS, Sr.
Tipped, Windsor, Countess,
Oyal, Marquis, Venetian,
Egyptian, Beatrice,
Silver, Linden,
AND OTHER PATTERNS.
Tke only goods now made under the
supervision mf any Rogers recognized
by the Court a legitimate.
WM. ROGERS.
Wallingford, Conn.
exclusive sale of his goods above named, and
the greatest durability
X.
jell M&Ftf
and unsurpassed for WEAK or
Jt'KIPER BEKU1ES anti BARLEY MALT
KID1TEGE1V the best Kidney Tonlo ever osed !
PILES
Pile SMraSJ ntw to
oars. It allay, th. rtcainx, abanrt. fee tumors, rlrM iirt intt to.
1M Bald by all fraction, t lepmred only by J. P. stiller, m, cor. ,
10th Are. Ma, PaOa, Pa. t'AlTIOKf.-Jfau ulim.hi mtlem
tola cmtaiwt a siraatare amd a File sf Ktm
and cowwuy stsrss have it or. will get it for you.
f 1 II" I"! IUJM.20JIINUTES BY
no
imureatai ana fturasiBeM.
I SO ets. Trial Bottles, it 5 ctm.
OMJS f&MCIXM CO.,
. Bazaar.
REFIMSHED, :
REFITTED,
1 REPLENISHED.
The Spacious Store,
333-335 Chapel St.,
. HAS BEEN
Cleared, Cleaned and Garnished
. TOE THE "
GRAND OPENING
On Saturday, September 11,
JOHN BRIGHT,
With an immense stock of Fresh Goods, just from the
market.
CROCKERY.
In this department Till be exhibited the largest
and most complete assortment in the city.
Dinner Sets,
Tea Sets,
Chamber Sets.
The latest desiims of imported and domestic ware
have been purchased for the New Haren market, and
will be sold as low as they can be bought in New
xorje.
Plain Crockery and Glassware
In all the leading brands.
SILVER. PLATED WARE
from the best manufacturers.
Hanging Lamps,
Decorated China Lamps,
Nickle Plated Lamps.
DECORATED CHINA VASES
in the most elegant designs.
BASKET GOODS. '
One part of the store is devoted entirely to boakat
goods. STANDING "WORK BASKETS, all varieties
or J.USCH BASKETS. KNIFE AND SPOON BAS
KETS, PLOWER BASKETS, CLOTHES HAMPERS,
fco., to. . -
Tin Ware.
Evervthlnflr that is reanired in bonsnVAnincr in
this line. The celebrated Two Gross Tin Ware, near
ly equal to silver plate. The assortment will at ail
times be found complete at low prices.
OIL CLOTHS
AND
Window Shades !
Oil Cloths that are thoroughly seasoned will be sold
at the price of green goods. Orders for Window
onaaes promptly nnea xrom stanaara gooas.
HOUSEKEEPERS
will find in our store everything they require in the
way of housekeeping goods.
The best goods in market are bought at the lowest
cash prices, and will be sold at a small advance from
cost.
The Public
is cordially invited to inspect the premises and the
goods. Patrons will be liberally treated and have
their orders promptly filled.
JOHN BKIGHT,
333-335 CHAPEL. ST.
KNOW THYSELF !
rhe untold miseries that result
from indiscretion in early life
may be alleviated and cured.
Those who doubt this assertion
should purchase the new medical
work published by the PEABODY
Auumudx. ijhstitutk. Boston.
entitled THE SCIENCE OP
LIFE r or. SELF-PRES
ERVATION. Exhausted vi
tality, nerveus and physical debility, or vitality im
paired dt we errors or youtn or too close application
to business, may be. restored and manhood regained.
jl wo nunoreatn eainoa, revisea ana enlarged, just
published. It is a standard medical work, the best In
the Eniflish lancruacrtv written bv a nhvBioiaxi of arreat
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 paxes, more than 60 valuable nrescrintions
for all forms of prevailing disease, the result of many
years oi extensive ana successxui practice, eitner 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-specialist, 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.
BISSEXJL, M. D., president of the National Medical
Association.
Address Dr. W. H.
HEAL
PAKKER.No. 4 Bullfinch
Street, jjoston, joass.
The author may 1
The author may be X 1 JL X KJjjXJX1
consulted on all diseases requiring skill and experi-
nce. jelUMThaw
$100,000
TO LOAN on real estate in this city In smns to
snit
MEBWDPS REAL ESTATE OFFICE,
827 Chapel Street.
05OO Reward !
WE will pay the above reward for any ease of
Liver Complaint, Dyspepala, Siek Headache,
Indigestion, Constipation or Coatrreness we oannot
cure with West's Vegetable Liver Pills, when the di
rections ace atrietly complied with. They are purely
Vegetable, and never fall to give satisfaction. - Sugar
Coated. Large boxes, containing 30 puis, as cents.
For sale By all Druggists. Beware of counterfeits and
imitations. The genuine manufactured only by JOHN
C. WEST a: CO, " The Pill Makers," 181 and 183 W.
Madison street, Chicago. Free trial package sent by
mail prepaid on receipt of a 3 cent stamp.
ee27 eodfeweowly - -
Sleeve Buttons,
Collars, Studs,
A1V SCAB jP jPTOS !
The largest stock in the city sold at about tame-half 1
the usual price. j
:-THE:".IEW-:UA.VKI-;; I
SH iRT COMPANY, j
au2 - ' 1
CARRIAGES.
WE take pleasure in informing the people of this
elty and th country at large that no better as
sortment of fine carriages can be found Sm this State
than can be found at the Bepository of TTrfV
WM. H. BRADLEY & CO.,
61 Chapel Street, .
RCor. of Hamilton,) ;
and'at prloes that shall be satisfactory to purohaaera.
' . We Have a Few
SECOND -HAND CARRIAGES
in good order and at low prices ; also, a few of those
nice $60 No-Top Piano-Box Buggies. Please
call and select one if in want, as they will cost
more soon
Repairing: of all Kinds
Eone in the best manner at reasonable prices by
WM. H. BRADLEY & CO
malS
HALF WAY
Between STATE and ORANGE streets, on
the North Side of CHAPEL, Voa will
Find
BOOKSTORE.
Coan's business is not confined to books alone. He
offers also a fine assortment of Stationery in all the
popular styles at low prices.
Writing Beaks,
Albums,
Fancy Articles,
Pocltetboolts,
Flaying Cards,
Building Blocks,
Games, Toys and a Complete Stock or
BLANK BOOKS,
all of which he will be glad to show, at
257 CHAPEL STREET. 257
Don't forget that Coan lias moved. s34
M Estate.
FOR BENT,
M THREE BOOMS on Park street, with modern
conveniences, Warmed with steam if desired ;
also 3 Rooms near the N. Y. & N. H. B.E. shops
for f 0 per month : also a Barn on Park street.
"A. WHEELER,
se21 115 Para street.
FOB RENT,
SMALL ROOMS, cheap, for manufacturing
purposes, with or without power. Apply cor
oner Artizan ana uourc streets, so
A. HATCH & CO.
sp23 tf
FOR SALE,
A FINE country seat and farm of 42 acres ;
Fluj also 60 acres in 5 to 10 acre plots at $100 per.
Milli acre, adjoining Woodmont station. Address
J. B. AYRES,
14 lm Woodmont, Ct.
FOR RENT,
MS ROOMS, three minutes walk from the City
Market ; possession Sept. 1.
5 Booms No. 16 Gill street, near ChapeL
5 Booms No. 8 Lewis street, Fair Haven.
3 Booms on Congress avenue, near Lafayette street.
These tenements are all convenient, and have gas
and water. Inqufre of JACOB HEELER,
ail9 Boom No. I Yale National Bank Building.
TO RENT, .
mTHE OFFICE and Booms recently - occupied
by Ir. S. Henry Bronson, 142 Chapel street.
A desirable location for a physician or dentist,
to J. P. PHILLIPS,
Vi tf Glebe Building.
Stores and Tenements
FOR RENT,
MSTOBE No. 79 Congress avenue, one of the
best stands in the State for any Jcind ef busi
ness ; counters, shelves, gas, water, everything
in perfect order ; no money to lay out for fixtures
rent very low.
Also Store No. 67 Congress avenue you can hire for
almost anything you offer. ,
Also twenty Tenements, centrally located, tanging
from one room to eight.
- Bents very low.
None but respectable and responsible parties need
apply to ' .
B. IIEAL.Y,
79 Congress Are. or 36 Broad St.
aul4
First-Class Residence for Sale.
OWING to a contemplated change in business
location the ensuing fall, I offer my residence,
corner of East Grand and Ferry streets, for
This is by far the finest place in Fair Haven,
Lot 131x230 feet, well stocked with every variety of
fruit in bearing condition. House built of founda
tion stone, contains ten rooms, all heated by steam ;
also gas and water, stationary range and wash tubs.
Large bam and carriage house ; accommodations for
five horses ; gas and water : room for man. Large
hennery and garden. Parties meaning business, can
apply on the premises.
my31 tf FBEDEBICK W. BABCOCK.
TO RENT.
A DESIRABLE Furnished Boom will be
Sjiit rented to one or two gentlemen. Call at
MaL 26 ELM STREET,
my 13 tf - - Corner Orange.
FOR RENT,
BRICK BUILDING, with engine in good or
der, with or without barn; possession any time.
ANDREW MARTIN,
f 23tf 19 Pearl Streei.
FOR SALE,
BUILDING LOTS on Nicholl, Eagle, and both
sides of Nash street ; 400 feet in one place :
price low ; terms easy.
AiN JJlfct W MAKXlJi,
fJStf 19 Pearl Street.
JOSEPH SONNENBERG,
Heal K slate and ISxcnange B roller,
238 CHAPEL STREET.
4"k g g g Spanish Doubloons wanted. United
J J aUUU States 4 per cent. Bonds and For
eign securities bought and sold and dividends paid
in United States currency. Tenement for rent corner
of George and Day streets, 5 rooms, (9 per month.
Also Gold and Silver exchanged at the office of
JOfciJiJfU DO IN ri JN oEBtf,
ap26 tf
238 Chapel Street.
W. P. NIL.ES,
(notary rnDiic.
Kcal Estate, Fire Insurance, and
Collection Agency.
FOR SALE.
JLt Very desirable residence at 46 Exchange
street. Price $2,000. Also No. 80 St. John
street. Price $3,000. Terms easy. These
properties will pay 10 per cent on the amount
asked.
Other desirable places in this city and Fair Haven
East lor sale.
Would like to exchange good city property (paying
well)-for a vacant lot or residence on Orange street or
some other first-class locality (in this city.)
Special ettentioi to the care of property, collection
of rents and bills, examination of records and draw
ing deeds. Best references given. Particulars con
cerning the above furnished.
Office, 70 Chapel Street,
se9 Room No. 1.
B. H. JOHNSON,
Real Estate and Loan Agent
Office, 487 State Street.
TOB SALE.
t -A Nice House and Large Lot on Eld- street at
-a bargain.
Good Cottage House on Dwight street at much
less than it is worth.
A line place in Fair Haven and several other places
for sale very low.
Some good Shore Property in East Haven and Bran
ford. For Sale or RentFarms,
A very desirable Farm of 70 acres in Southingtoa
will be sold low to close an estate. '
A list of good Farms in other desirable locations.
Good rents in St. John and Greene streets. Fair Ha
ven, and other parts of the city.
Wanted, $2,000 to $4,000 on good first mortgage se
curity maSO
For Sale at a Bargain,
irt-clasa House, with msdern
III improvements, good lot with barn, situated
fef'll on fine avenue, fronting on two streets, can be
seen at any time. For p&rticiilars, call at Roam No. 6,
Hoadley Building, 49 Church street.
A25tf l. P. COM STOCK. :
FXR SALE,
A NEW AND COMMODIOUS HOUSE on
Sherman avenue, handsomely fitted with mod
ern conveniences, and most nleasantlv located.
ill be sold at a great bargain. Inquire at
myl2 dtf . THIS OFFICE.
HERMAN'S ......
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
63 Church Street,
OPPOSITE POSTOI7ICK. .
- Money Loaned on Real Estate.
Houses and Ixrts in all parts of th. city tor sale and
Bant. Bents and IntereBt money collected.
CHOICE WAX Kit FRONTS.
Ravin Raek Shore Property. 1,000 front
Keet on Beach Streets
The most desirable on the shore, a beautiful grove
upon a portion of it. Fine water will be supplied
from the Arteei&n well to all purchasera, making thia
particular location very desirable. " ' -aaaiun
Cattagu Vot Rent..
Fire nsnrance I-aliciea written In all nrstlaaseom
paniaa. . w
ap'-tO JX)NO HIKMAN, Agta.
Wi StS Ml 1 El II
DR. LMTML'S
KEMOVAt TO
147 Chapel Street.
Prolongation of his Practice in
New Haven.
A CARD.
To the Public :
t Wheti last Spring I selected New Haven as
my summer residence and commenced 'the
practice of my profession,' it was my inten
tion to remain only until October, but . the
constant increase . of patients from far and
near showed me the want which is jevidently
felt in thisjeommunity, ofa physician skilled
in the special branches to which my atten
tion is confined. Induced by these consider
ations and the wishes of many friends,I have
concluded to prolong my stay and to further
this object, have leased until the first of May,
the commodious residence
NO. 147 CHAPEL STREET,
(A Pew Doors Below Olive,)
Whero hereafter I may be found on Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each
week. That my practice here has been at
tended with most gratifying results has been
sufficiently attested by many flattering testi
monials of cures from well known residents.
In- thanking the public for the confidence
which they so generously reposed in me and
for the many courtesies which I have received
at all hands, I can give the assurance that it
will be my endeavor in the future, as it has
been in the past, to discharge the duties of
my profession to the very best of my ability
and skill. Yours respectfully,
E. B. LIGHTHILL, M. D.
TESTIMONIALS.
From Mr. J. II. Mehaffey,
aor Atwator Street.
New Haven, August 20, 1S80.
Permit me to add my testimony of Dr.
Iiighthill's skill and success to that of Mr.
Cox and others, as I have every reason to
speak in terms of the highest praise of his
successful efforts in my behalf. When a
month ago I applied to him for relief I was
a great sufferer. . A catarrh -which had af
flicted me for some time past, recently be
came so aggravated that it impaired my hear
ing and gave rise to such agonizing pain and
distress in my head that it nearly drove me
insane. In fact, such a result could scarcely
have been otherwise if Dr. Lighthill had not
afforded me such marvelously prompt relief.
One treatment proved the efficacy of his
method, for when I left his office I was in a
condition of comfort and experienced the
most inexpressible relief. That night I rest
ed comfortably, and in the morning felt like
a new man. Ever since then a steady im
provement has taken place in my case, the
most stubborn features yielding readily to
Dr. Lighthill's' skillful -management. The
pain has entirely disappeared, my hearing is
restored and a troublesome cough, which se
riously alarmed my friends, is almost entire
ly gone. My whole system, in fact, has been
so much benefited that all my acquaintances
notice the favorable change. Like many oth
ers, I had spent much money and time in
fruitless efforts to obtain relief before I ap
plied to Dr. Lighthill, and I can therefore
recommend the doctor with the' confidence of
a long experience. I am an employe of the
Boston and Air Line Bailroad Company, and
reside at 267 Atwater street, and will cheer
fully substantiate in person what I have here
put in writing. J. H. MEHAFFEY.
From Mr. T. M. Cox,
85 St. John Street. "
New Haven, July 9.
It gives me great pleasure to bear witness
to the remarkable skill of Dr. Lighthill and
the successful results of his treatment. For
the past thirty-six years I had been troubled
with a catarrhal complaint, which was very
annoying and often interfered with my swal
lowing and breathing. Of late years it at
tacked my hearing, impairing it to a consid
erable extent, and as it kept constantly in
creasing upon me it subjected me to serious
inconvenience. One of Dr. Lighthill's pa
rents, finding himself greatly benefited by
his treatment, advised me to place myself un
der his care, and happily I did so. Dr. Light
hill effectually removed the catarrhal com
plaint and all its attendant troubles, and re
stored my hearing to its former perfection
and acuteness. I know Dr. Lighthill's repu
tation is so well known that any recommen
dation on my part is scarcely necessary, but
I feel like discharging a duty to the afflicted
in New Haven and vicinity to make this pub
lic statement of my case, so that others may
be enabled to embrace this opportunity of
obtaining relief.
My happy experience of the results of Dr.
Lighthill's efforts has taught me to appreci
ate fully the value of specialties in medical
practice, and I feel assured that a few min
utes conversation with Dr. Lighthill will con
vince the most skeptical of the fact that he is
a master of his profession.
T. M. COX.
From tbe Rev. I). Clark,
Pastor Congregational Church, Kast Ha
ven, Conn.
It affords me great pleasure to add my tes
timony to that of others in favor of Dr.
Lighthill's success in the cure of catarrh.
His treatment of my wife has proved so ben
eficial that I cheerfully recommend him to
the confidence of the afflicted. The catarrh
in the case of my wife was of long standing
and in its worst form, against' which many
remedies had been tried in vain. The very
first treatment applied by Dr. Lighthill per
manently removed some of the most trouble
some features and the results ever since have
been of the most gratifying character. Our
people may congratulate themselves on hav
ing at their command the services of a phy
sician so skillful as Dr. Lighthill in the treat
ment of that troublesome disease, catarrh. -D.
J. CLARK.
Dr. Liiglithill can be consulted
during the foUowingr hoars :
On Monday from 8 a. m. till 8 p. m.
On Tvesdavjr from 8 a. m. till lO-a. an.
On Wednesday from 3s30 p. tn. till 8 p.m.
On Thanday front 8 a. m. till 8 p. m.
Office, 147 Ctoel Street
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JOHM B. CABBJXOTOK.
ZDWASX T. OABBXHOTOM. JOHN H CABBnTOTOff, JB
Monday Morulas:, Oct. 11, 18S0.
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
, FOB PRESIDENT,
JAMES A. GABFLELD, of Ohio.
: FOB VICE PRESIDENT,
CHESTER A. ARTHUR, of N. York.
For Presidential Electors.
.t I HENRY NORTON, of Norwich.
At utrge. f ijjjjAH CATIJN. of Harwinton.
1st District AMOS PEASE, of Somers.
2d District ERASTT7 S BRAINEKD, of Portland.
3d District EUGENE S. BOSS, of Windham.
th District P. C. LODN8BUBY. of Ridgeneld.
STATE REPUBLICAN TICKET.
FOR GOVERNOR,
HOBAHT B. BIGELOW, of New Haven.
POR IJEDTENAXT-GOVERNOR,
WILLIAM II. BUI.KKI.KV, of Hartford.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE,
CHARUEs K. SEAR1.8, or Thompson.
FOB TREASURER,
DAVID P. NICHOLS, of Banbury.
FOR CONTROIXEB.
W. T. BACHEliLEF of Wlnchest .
For Representatives in Congress.
1st District JOHN R. BUCK, of Hartford.
2d District THOMAS WALLACE, of Derby.
3d District JOHN T. WAIT, of Norwich.
h District FREDERICK MILES, of Salisbury.
For State Senators.
6th District EDW. F. JOKES, of North Branford.
loth District P. T. BARNUM, of Bridgeport.
13th District OLIVER H0YT, of Stamford.
14th District HENRY HAMMOND, of KUUngly.
Why General Grant Is a Republican.
From his Address at Warren, Ohio.l
1 am a Republican, as the tteo great political
parties are now divided, because tlie Republican
party is a national party i seeking the greatest
good for the greatest number of citizens.
There is not a precinct, in this vast Nation
where a Democrat cannot cast his ballot and
have it counted as east. JVo matter what the
prominence of the opposite party, he can pro
claim his political opinions, even if he
is only one among a thousand, with
out fear and without proscription on
account of his opinions. There are 14 States
and localities in some other States where Repub
licans have not this privilege. This, is one rea
son why I am a Republican. But I am a Re
publican for many other reasons. The Repub
lican party assures protection to uje ana prop
erty, the public credit, and the payment of the
debts of the government, State, coun ty or mu
nicipality, so far as it can control. The Dem
ocratic party does not promise Uiis; and if it
does, it has .broken its promises to
the extent of hundreds of millions,
as many northern Democrats can
testify to their sorrow. I am a Republican as
between the existing parties because the Repub
lican party fosters the productions of the field
and farm and of manufactories, and it en
courages the general education of the poor
as well as the rich. The Democratic party
discourages all these, when in absolute
power.- The. Republican party is a party of
progress and of liberality toward its opponents.
It encourages the poor to strive to better their
condition, the ignorant to educate their children,
to enable them to compete successfully with
their more fortunate associates, and, in
fine, it secures an entire equality before the law
of every citizen, no matter wnai us race, na
tionality or previous condition. It tolerates no
privileged class. Every one has Vie opportuni
ty to make himself all he is capable of.
POLICY AfcD DUTY.
. In an article with the above heading a
writer in the Providence Journal says some
things which- ought to be brought to the at
tention of every voter, and which deserve
careful consideration by every voter. :-.There
are two ways, he points out, by which it is
proposed to break up the sectionalism of the
solid South, which is such an injury to itself
and such a menace to the political progress
of the country. The one to give it its own
way, allow it to control the government of
the country and satiaate its am
bition for power and plunder, trusting that it
will quarrel over the spoils and divide when
it has no longer the necessity of success to
keep it in cohesion. It was the argument used
to some extent in the early days of secession,
before the country was fairly roused by the
firing upon Sumter, that it was better to let
the southern States go rather than undergo
the cost in blood and money of a war, for it
was highly probable that they would event
ually return one by one, under the influence
of self-interest, and attracted by the greater
prosperity of the North. This was not ac
cepted as a wise policy at that time, and it
was recognized that there were other things
that went to make up the political action of
communities rather than pecuniary interest,
and that pride, passion and prejudice would
have their influence in maintaining the solid
arity of the Confederacy. The other course
is that indicated by Gen. Grant in his speech
at Warren, Ohio, and that is, to break up the
solid South by the continued defeat of the
Democratic party. This is akin to the meth
od taken when the solid South was called the
Confederacy and attempted to accomplish its
purpose in arms, as it does now by destroy
ing the right of citizenship within its borders.
The action of the nation then was in recogni
tion of the faot that submission to treason
was not the way to destroy it, and that per
mitting the country to be rent ' asunder for
the gratification of selfish ambition was not
the way to reunite it.
It is not too much to say, as the writer
does, that no system of government that
permits or tolerates the crimes against the
ballot that are committed in the South is fit
to call itself republican or can have any con
fidence in its continued existence. The
question is more than a question of policy.
It is a question of duty. "The line must be
drawn and the declaration made that it is an
injustice and a wrong, and that there can be
no end to the irrepressible conflict until it is
righted, as decidedly and strongly as in the
case of slavery." We earnestly commend
the following "section of truth," which closes
the article in the Journal to the minds and
consciences of our readers :
- If the Bepublican party had been defeated
in the election of 18G0, slavery would have
been strengthened, and it would have con
tinued to grow and increase and solidify it
self so long as the party it ruled remained in
power. It is the same way with the condi
tion of political oppression that exists in the
South to-day. It will have every temptation
to be continued from pride, ambition and po-
litical selfishness, and the same causes which
have created it will perpetuate it. To think
otherwise is to believe that prejudice.shrewd-1
ness and self-interest will lose their force
simply because they are successful, and that
the intelligent leaders of the South will de
stroy the source of their own power because
they are unable to agree upon a division of
the spoils. The question cannot be ignored
any more than slavery could be ignored. The
nation cannot be silent and indifferent con
cerning it any .more than a patient can be
silent and indifferent nnder a disease.
The South will always find- itself
"provoked,?' as it complained that it was
provoked by the protests against slavery, and
no agreement can possibly bide the question
of whether an American citizen shall or shall
not have the privilege of casting his ballot
as he pleases and of having it counted as he
cast it ? The declaration must be made as to
what is the opinion and the purpose of the
nation in this matter. The prow of the ship
must be pointed toward the open sea and not
be suffered to drift upon the lee shore. The
party must be sustained that recognizes the
evil and the danger, and not the one that
would ignore it, even if the exact method of
cure is not yet apparent, and neither violent
nor precipitate action is intended. It is bet
ter that there should be influence and en
deavor toward the right than submission and
encouragement to wrong. And this as policy
as well as principle, wisdom as well as duty.
Bemember on election day that every vote
cast for Garfield and Arthur is a protest
against the solid South and the crimes com
mitted to keep it so. Already there are
signs that the break-up will begin in earnest
with the defeat of the Democratic party this
fall. No greater blessing could come to the
country or to the South itself. Vote right
on this important issue.
EDITORIAL JiOTES.
What is so rare as a day in October ?
" '
Almost everybody expects Indiana to give
a Democratic majority to-morrow, as she
usually does, and Ohio to go Bepublican, as
usual. Any different result will make a de
cided sensation.
The New York Democrats will to-day pay
the efficient Supervisor of Elections, John L
Davenport, the compliment of petitioning for
his removal from the office which he has so
administered as to become a terror to those
who would carry elections by fraud. It is
not expected that tho petition will be suc
cessful. In the opening of bids at the treasury in
Washington a day or two ago a fact was dis
closed which shows very clearly why tha De
Pauws and other Democratic manufacturers
have announced their intention of voting the
Bepublican ticket. The bids were for fur
nishing plate-glass to the United States
court-house at Austin, Texas. There were
five bidders for American glass, the lowest
being that of De Pauw of Indiana, for the
sum of $ 1,598. Notwithstanding the high
duties on glass, however, one of the foreign
bidders named a lower figure, namely, $1,593,
or, with duties remitted, $1,062. Anybody
can easily see from these bids that if the
free-trade plank of the Democratic platform
should be enforced, and even a slight reduc
tion in the tariff on plate-glass be made, no
more glass could be manufactured in this
country.
The report of General Walker concerning
the census in South Carolina is published.
He believes that the census of 1870 in that
State was incorrect, owing mainly to the de
fects of the law under which it was taken.
Concerning the census of 1880 he says, at
the end of his report : "I know of no reason,
therefore, why any further charge should be
made against the enumeration recently
brought to a conclusion by the commissioner
and sworn oflicers of the government in
South Carolina. The presumption which
existed against their work has been com
pletely overthrown and a strong counter
presumption has been created by the verifi
cation upon the ground of the schedules of
inhabitants in the case of eighteen enumer
ation districts successively taken for special
investigation on account of their exception
ally questionable character. " This seems to
settle it. Our congratulations to South Car
olina. The following are some of the reasons
which are influencing independent, conserva.
tive men, to support the Bepublican ticket.
They are from the Springfield Republican :
"General Hancock is a good man, but Gener
al Garfield is a good administration. That is
the difference between the parties and the
candidates, and it is a big difference. The
Bepublican party under Hayes is administer
ing the government with a degree of efficien
cy, integrity and wisdom which conspires
with other elements of thrift to make us
prosperous and happy. General Garfield as
President simply takes the place of Hayes in
controlling and improving this vast adminis
trative machine. If Hancock could fit in
with as little jar and disturbance as Garfield
would, there would be little to distinguish
the candidates, except Garfield's civil experi
ence. - But Hancock cannot or at least "will
not fit into the administrative machine ; he
goes into the presidency to turn out the ex
isting civil service and appoint new, untried
and unselected men in their places, and, on
the mathematical law of probabilities, he
will make a mistake at least one time in ten.
Garfield in four years would have to pick out
for office but a few thousand men and mostly
by promotion ; Hancock will attempt at once
to pick out 100,000, with nothing to promote
from. His 10,000 inevitable mistakes scat
tered over the country will make his admin
istration a hurricane of scandal."
The following curious composition was re
cently placed upon the blackboard at a teach
ers' institute in Vermont and a prize of a
Webster's dictionary offered to any person
who could read it and pronounce it correctly.
The book was not carried off, however, as
twelve was the lowest number of mistakes in
pronunciation made : "A sacrilegious son of
Belial, who suffered from .bronchitis, having
exhausted his finances, in order to make good
the deficit, resolved to ally himself to a come
ly, lenient and docile young lady of the Malay
or Caucasian race. ' He accordingly pur
chased a calliope and ' coral necklace of a
chameloon hue, and securing a suit of rooms
at a principal hotel, he engaged the head
waiter as his coadjutor. He then dispatched
a letter of the most unexceptional caligraphy
extant, inviting the young lady to a matinee.
She revolted at the idea, refused to consider
herself sacrificable to his desires, and sent a
polite note of refusal, on receiving which he
procured a carbine and a bowie knife, said
that he would not now forge fetters hymeneal
with the queen, went to an isolated spot, sev
ered his jugular vein and discharged the con
tents of his1 carbine into his abdomen. The
debris were removed by the coroner. " The
mistakes in pronunciation were made on the
following words : Sacrilegious, Belial, bron
chitis, exhausted, finances, deficit, comely,
lenient, docile, Malay, calliope, chameleon,
suit, coadjutor, caligraphy, matinee, sacrifi
cable, carbine, hymeneal, isolated, jugular
and debris.
BY FITS AND STARTS.
The organ grinder has a turn for business.
Boston Transcript.
The wife who gives her dyspeptio husband
buckwheat cakes has a griddle to answer for.
An Ohio newspaper speaks of a man being
bruised by the "emphatic gesture of a
mule."
It is said that King Alphonso's palace had
hanging in the front window a sign inscribed,
"Boy Wanted."
There is a postoffice down south called
Dammit. 'T is too bad, as Mr. Richard
Deadeye would say. Boston Transcript.
It is now the style in France- for wedding
ceremonies to last three days ; and it is said
the Chicago girls are thinking about adopting
the custom, and thus postpone the time for a
divorce.
Father: "Charley, I see no improvement
in your marks." Charley : "Yes, papa ; it
is high time you had a serious talk with the
teacher, or else he'll keep on that way for
ever." A guest at a fashionable hotel took his seat
at the dinner table, but no one appearing to
wait upon him he remarked, "Have they any
waiters in this hotel ?" "Yes," responded a
wag on the opposite side of the table; "the
boarders are the waiters." .
Two boys had a few hot words and a sud
den fight on High street, and one ran away,
leaving the other with a bloody nose and a
mouthful of "bawL" "Seems to me," said
the pedestrian who halted, "that you are big
enough to lick that boy." "Course I am,"
was the tearful reply. "Then why don't
you run after him and do it ?" "Cause
'cause," gasped the lad, "I don't want to get
very mad at him until his folks' fall pears are
all gone ! After that I'll catch him and most
break his neck !"
A certain eminent temperance lecturer was
setting forth a most awful portraiture of old
King Alcohol, when a muzzy-looking brother,
arose in the corner of the hall and observed :
"I like t' ask the gen'l'man a quesh'n." "Cer
tainly, my friend, " said the urbane speaker,
"by all means." "I wish t' inquire of the
gen'lm'n 'f he's ever been tight "Thank
God, no -2" was the response. "This brain
has never been muddled with the accursed
thing." Once more the muzzy one spoke:
"Then don't the gen'l'man seem to use great
f-'miliarity 'bout an entire stranger, 's long's
he hain't been introdooced ?" The speaker
had to straggle for some moments before he.
could circumvent the unseemly interruption
and get back to the thread of his discourse.

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