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Oct. 22, 1880. VOL. XLVIII. J boyalkwki JJ" J ' ""mIi ' Bp MOTELS Absolutely Pure. Made from Oram Cream Tartar. Ko other prepara tion makes such light, flaky hot breads, or luxurious pastry. Can be eaten by Dyspeptics without fear of the ills resulting from heavy indigestible food. Sold only in cans, Dy an urooers. o12 dw Royal Bakino Powder Co., New York. TARRANT'S SELTZER APERIENT. A cure for Indigestion frightful, A bubbling beverage delightful ; A remedy for every ailment O'er which the Bilious make bewailment. A laxative, though mild, effective, A tonic, nervine and corrective ; An anodyne and sudorific, A wonderful Saline Specific Embodying every rare ingredient That Mother Nature deemed expedient, With kindly liberal hand to fling Into the famonB Seltzor Spring. o20 eod2w The Voltaic Belt Compaay, Mar shall. Mich.. WILL aend their celebrated Klectro-Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days trial. Speedy cores guaranteed, mey mean wnax wey amy. write to tham without delay. d30daw1y SWEET AND NICE. Onr 5Sn Butter is Sweet and Nice, and is pro- nonnoed by everyone to be fully equal to that sold by most dealers for 30c. and sac. Our New Process Floor at $1.01 per bag is splendid and warranted to please. Good Family Flour, 6.te a. bug. Nice St. Louis Flour, 80c bag. Pure Baking Powder, 30c a lb. 'White C. Sugar lO 3- lbs. for $1. Best Oat Meal 10 lb. bags 4l)c. fiflnri I .it it ii rl i-v Son ii 40 bars for $1. Nice Teas, 30c. per lb., actually worth oc. Pare Ginsrer 25c. ucr lb. New Haven Flour and Butter Store. CO CROWN STREET. o9 A few doors below Church St. flARBLE.ZED Andirons, Brass Fenders, Fire Ses, Spark Guards, Half Low Down Grates, all or the latest 'patterns, at manufacturers' prices. f. Arnold & Go., S3G and 240 State Street. HEALTH IS WEALTH ! T"B. C. WEST'S Nerve and Brain Treatment a 1 specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convulsions, Nervous Headache, Mental Depression, lxws of Mem ory, Spermatorrhea, Impotency, Involuntary Emis ions. Premature Old Age, caused by over-exertion self-abuse, or over-indulgence, which leads to misery, decay ana aeatn. una vox win cure recent cases Each box contains one month's treatment. One dol lar a box. or six boxes for five dollars : sent by mail prepaid on receipt of price. We guarantee six boxes to cure any case. With each order received by us for six boxes, accompanied with live dollars, we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to return tne money 11 tne treatment does not eirect a euro, uuar antees issued by E. A. Whittlesey, 228 Chapel street. 4ew iiaveu, conn., wnoiesaie ana retail agent, aero oy man win receive prompt isii.ujji.iou. Be 30 eod&weowly ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST RELIABLE REMEDIES IN THE V.'OtUD F017 THE CURE OF Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Influenza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, and Every affection of the THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST, including1 CONSUMPTION. A WELL-KNOWN PHYSICIAN WRITES i i It does not dry up a cough, and leave the cause behind, as is the case with most preparations, but loosens it, cleanses the lungs and allays irritation, thus removing the cause of complaint." DO NOT BE DECEIVED by articles bear ing similar names. Be sure you get SR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, with thejignature of " I. BUTTS " on the wrapper. CO Cent and Sl.OO a Bottle. Prepared by SETH W. FOWXE & SONS, Bos ton, Mass. Sold by druggists and dealers generally. Boynton's Furnaces. Having- on hand a number of the above heaters, I will sell them,,de llvered at my store at the following prices to close them out at once. 32 in. with galvanized ease, 9 65 3G " " " " $ 75 40 " " " f " $100 44 " " " $125 No. 24 Brickset improved $115 " 26 " " $140 Cash Down. KYAN EVAXS, 314 and 310 State Street, NEWHAVKBf. I will lit' in the above at bottom prices if required. ol6 LAST CHARGE TO secure your winter (took of Potatoes at the low price of S5c bushel, 60 lbs. to the bushel deliv ered. No lots of less than five bushels at that price. We shall have two can very fine stock on track, all Early Rose. Now Is your chance to get your winter's stock cheap. They will be from 10 to 15c per bushel higher as soon as frosts commence. I. 51 ..Welch & Son, Noa. 28 and SO Congress Avenue. ol8 - '" ' ' --'- r 01 iiiiiilm The Highland and Winthrop l01tTABUR RANGES. rilHB targt, .most-PERFECT and SIMPLEST on JL themarket. They are the most even bakers ever mad. Bold by W. T. CANNON & CO., . a ' 360 Stat Street, iu Chapel. goanral aub Conner. Friday Morning, Oct. 22, 1880. , State Correspondence. ' Seymour. The Congregational parsonage is receiving a new coat of paint and paper this week. - ice .Democrats and boys of Seymour went to Oxford, October 16, to attend a parade and rally. They were entertained with a free lnnch and cider and returned home jolly as usual. - F. Stanley Boot postponed his political sermon until October 24 on account of the in. Miss Fannie Crowley fell from and across a stepladder Monday afternoon, breaking two of her ribs and being severely bruised and shook up generally. Captain O'Farrell of Hartford and Wm. B. Wooster of Birmingham, with the Ansonia Glee club, addressed a crowded house Mon day evening at Wooster Hall. Mr. O'Farrell confined his remarks to the tariff question, and held the audience in very close attention for about two Honrs ; also descriDea wnui was meant by (a change) the minutia, fcc. About 150 of the Republicans went to Wa terbury Tuesday evening to take part in the parade, which they did with many others from neighboring towns, returning home feeling satisfied for their trouble w eanesaay morning at 2:30. The Republicans had the best procession last Saturday evening of the season. They had 226 in line, including the Boys in Blue, the Red Shirts, the Horse Guards, the Pio neers and the drum corps, which cannot be beat in this valley. They started from Woos ter Hall at 7:45, and after marching through the principal streets returned to the hall, where they were treated in good shape by the proprietor of the silk mill, Mr. Zinzen. The town was very finely illuminated and fireworks plenty in all quarters. Frank Leavenworth, while assisting in sending up fire balloons, had the misfortune to get some hot oil in bis eye, causing a se vere burn ; but he has got out again now and ready to help on the good cause. Stratford. Stratford has a new dish "veal potpie" made out of a "King street calf." Tne .Republicans nave decided to nave a grand torchlight parade and celebration on Friday evening, Oct. 29th. Invitations have already been sent to New Haven, Bridgeport, Birmingham, Ansonia and Milf ord. It is ex pected to have 1,000 men in line. Monday evening the Democracy held a singing school in the Hancock and English club room. The "setters" in the store under neath were all driven to their homes and the storekeeper compelled te close his store, as the one soag which they were rehearsing for their rally on Tuesday evening was "Hurrah, hurrah !" Again death has entered our midst and re moved from us one of our oldest residents, Mr. Boswell Curtis, who died on Saturday last, at the age of 83 years. His funeral was largely attended on Thursday afternoon last. from his late residence, the Bev. Mr. Seaman ofhciating. ' Burglars were around again on Thursday evening last. This time the posto face, depot and Mr. Charles D. Stubbs' drug store were broken into. .Nothing was taken from either place except a box of cigars from the drug store. The chairman of the Democratic town committee presented to the registrars the name of a young man who is in business in Bridgeport to be made a voter. The joke of the whole is that the young man is a Ke- puDncan and a member of the famous Molly ditchers ' organization. The whole thing came out on Wednesday last, when he was made a voter. He astonished the chair man of the Democracy by showing his colors and giving the "war cry" of the "Molly .Pitchers" with a vim. The Democracy held another rally in the Town Hall on Tuesday evening, and Judge Biyaenourgh, of .New Haven, was the speaker of the evening. The attendance was remark ably light. D uring the speaker's remarks the sound of a fife and drum was heard, which gradually became more distinct, and some one whispered, "It is a torchlight proces sion," and a general stampede was made for tne door. Judge Blydenburgn said : won t leave tne nail ; Keep your seats, it is only a Republican pro cession wmcn always parades on pur pose to interrupt and break up a Dem. ocratie meeting." The Judge was completely surprised when the torchlight procession drew up in front of the hall and gave three faint cheers for Hancock and English. It appears it was the West Stratford Hancock and English club, which had come up to es cort tne speaKer to tne nail, but did not re. port soon enough and consisted of 40 men. Oct 21st. State News. There was quite a fall of snow in Lime Kock and vicinity Tuesday night. George A. Cosgrove, Greenbacker, of Hamden, is nominated for Senator in the Fourth district. The pay roll of the Meiiden Britannia com pany is $40,000 per month, and last month tney paid $-20, ooo of it in gold. A tenement owned by the Hartford carpet company was burned at Thompsonville Wed nesday morning, the tenants losing nearly all tueir lurauure. PREMIUM LIST OF THE Woodbridge and Bethany Agricul tural Society for 1880. Best train of oxen from either Wondhridffe nr Bethany ; first premium given to Bethany, $15 00 2d premium, Woodbridge, 10 00 Best decorated wagon, Squabble Hill, Bethany, 8 00 2d do, Milford side, Woodbridge, fi 00 jiest pair wonting oxen, tj years old, Lewis Rus sell, W, 2 00 2d do, L Li Johnson, B, l oo Best do, 5 years old, Azariah Andrew, B, 2 00 2d do, Charles J Peck, W, l 00 BeBt do, 4 years old, bamuel Hotchkiss, B, 2 00 2d do, James W Burgess, W, 1 00 Best do, 3 years old, Henry Hlckok, W, 2 00 2d do, Samuel Hotchkiss, B, 1 00 BeBt pair steers, 2 years old, Lauren Doolittle, B, 2 00 2d do, D L Johnson, B, 1 00 Beat pair steers, 1 year old, E O Pardee, B, 2 00 Best pair draught oxen, 5 yeans old, N P Mer- win, W, 3 00 2d do, Charles J Peck, W, 2 oo Best do, 4 years old, Samuel Hotchkiss, B, 3 00 Discretionary for best draught oxen, 3 years old, Samuel Hotchkiss, B, 2 00 Spocial draught Best pair oxen, without regard to age, premium divided between D L John son, B, and E Fritchard, Woodmont, 10 00 Best bull, Thoroughbred Jersey, 2 years old, N P Merwin, W, 2 00 Beet bull. Thoronghbred Ayrshire, 1 year old. N P Merwin, W, 1 80 Best bull. Thoroughbred Devon, 1 year old. Stiles Williams, B, 1 so Best bull, Shorthorn, 2 years old, John Currie.W, 2 00 Best bull calf, Jersey, Edward Beecher, B, 1 oo ja nest Dull call, Cliarles A Bradley, W, 50 2d beet bull calf, grade, Edward Buckingham, B, 50 Beet cow. Shorthorn, John Currie, W, 2 00 2d do, Wright Russell, B, 1 00 Best cow. Devon, C A Bradley, W, 2 00 Best cow, Jersey, Edward Beecher, B, 2 00 2d do, N P Merwin, W, 1 oo Die. Two Jersey cows, Edward Beecher, B, 1 oo Best calf, Jersey. do. 1 00 2d do, Jerome A Downs, B, Best cow, Alderney G., Jerome A Downs, B, 2 oo 2d do, James DeKay, W, 1 00 Best heifer, native, S years, Jacob Beiaiegel, W, 2 go 2d do, Jacob Beisiegel, W, 1 00 Best heifer, Alderney G, 1 year, Stiles Williams,!), 1 00 2d do. Edward Beecher, B, 75 Best calf, C A Bradley, W, 1 00 2d do, James DeKay, W. 50 Best pair fat oxen, D N Clark, B, 4 00 2d do, D N Clark, B, 2 00 Best fat ox, Azariah Andrew, B, 2 00 2d do, Azariah Andrew, B, 1 00 Best dairy herd, Lucius Doolittle, W, 10 0 2d do, John Currie, W, 5 00 Best stallion, C A Bradley, W, ' 3 00 Best mare with foal at foot, Jerome A Downs, B, 3 00 2d do, J W Barker, W, 2 00 Best family horse, 6 years, Lauren Doolittle, W, - 2 00 2d do, John Currie, W, 1 00 Best family horse, 5 years, Frank Doolittle, W, 2 00 2d do, Justus Feck, B, 1 00 Best family horse, 4 years old, Wm Tomlinson,W, 2 00 Best pair matched horses, Edward Beecher, B, 3 00 2d do, Justus Peck, B, 1 50 Best horse, 20 years and over, M Baldwin, W, 2 00 2d do, Mrs Leonard Todd, B, 1 00 Best saddle horse, John Currie, W, 2 00 2d do. Edward Beecher, B, 1 00 Disc. saddle horse, L B Parsons, Ansonia, 1 00 OFIH TO ALU. Best family horse, N T Clark, Woodmont, 3 00 2d do, E E Sanford, New Haven, 1 50 Fastest walking horse, Jerome A Downs, Bethany, 2 00 2d do, E O Pardee, B, 1 00 Best pair matched horses, G F Hine, Orange, 5 O0 2d do, W F Fife, Ansonia, 3 00 Horse trotting nearest to 4 m., M E Baldwin, W, 4 00 Disc. Fastest trotting horse, Joseph Bcanlan, Ansonia, . 8 00 COITS. Best colt 2 yr. old, Ellas T. Clark, W., 2 00 Best do 1 yr. old, Jerome A. Downs, B, 1 60 2d do 1 yr old, Ellas X. Clark, W. ' 75 Beat sucking colt, Jerome A. Downs, B, 100 NUUOHT HOUSES. Best pr draught horses, Lauren Doolittle, W, 10 00 2d do, Edward Beecher, B, 5 00 Best single draught horse, Edward Beecher, B, - 5 00 SHKEP. Best Southdown buck, Ellas T. Clark, W, 2 00 2d do, Chas. H. Jorey, W, 1 00 Best five Iambs, Ellas T. Clark, W, ' a 00 2d do, Chas. H. Jorey, W. 1 00 Best fat sheep, Elias T. Clark, W, 1 00 (TWINK. Beat sow and pigs, Wm-TomUnsoB, W,. 300 , PODXTBX. Best exhibition of poultry, J. W. Barker, W, 5 00 2d do, K. W. Judge, W, 3 oo Best light Brahmas, Mrs. alary A. Clark, W, . 1 OO 2d do, K. O. Pardee, B, 60 Best brown Leghorns. E. O. Bardee, B, 1 60 Best game, Mrs. Mary A. Clark, W, 1 00 Best game Bantams, Master Tyler Davidson, B, 1 00 2d do, E. W. Judge, W, 50 Best native or cross, E. O. Pardee, B, 1 00 Disc, hen 18 yrs old, C. C. Hitchcock, W, . SO Best Houan ducks, J. W. Barker, W, 1 00 2d do, Kathau Mansfield, B, 50 Best Aylesbury ducks, K. W. Judge, W, , 1 00 Best Muscovy ducks, Nathan Mansfield, B, 1 00 2d do, J. W. Barker, w, 50 Best common ducks, K. W. Judge, W, 1 00 2d do, Jacob Beisiegel, W, . - 60 Best Pekln Ducks. J. W. Barker, W, 1 00 Best pigeons, J. W. Barker, W, - " '100 Best rabbits, J. W. Barker, W, J 1 00 2d do, Jacob Beisiegel, W, , SO - 1 ' BUTTSR, CHEESS AXD BBEAD. " 1 Best s lbs. butter, Mrs. Jerome A. Downs, B. . 1 60 2d, do. Mrs. W. F. Backets, B, . ' '100 Best cheese, Mrs. Leonard Todd, B, 1 50 2d. do. Mrs. Garry B. Johnson, B, - 1 00 Best new cheese, Mrs. Garry B. Johnson, B, . 1 60 Best wheat bread, Mrs Lauren Doolittle, W, 75 2d. do. Mrs. Mary A. Clark, W, 60 Best rye bread. Mrs. Lauren Doolittle, W, 75 2d. do. Mrs N P Merwin, w, . ' 60 2d best Indian bread, Mrs Harpin Hotchkiss, B, 60 2d best Graham bread Mrs Harpin Hotehlriss, B, 50 3d best brown bread, C. W. Beecher, W, 60 GBAIN. Best bush winter wheat, John Currie, W, 76 M nest dusu winter wheat, Jacob Beisiegel, w, 50 Best bush rye, Jacob Beisiegel, W, It 2d best bush rye, John Currie, W, . 50 Best bush oats, Jacob Beisiegel, W, 75 Beet 2-rowed barley, Jacob Beisiegel, W, 75 Best S-aswed yellow corn, W W Peek, W, 75 za dm uo, tiian Aiansneia, r, ou Best white corn, John Currie, W, 7$ 2d best do, John Currie, W, 50 Best Dent corn, Ellas T Clark, W, 75 2d best do, Jacob Beisiegel, W, 60 .Best mammoth sweet corn, John currie, w, to Beat evergreen sweet corn, Ellas T Clark, W, 75 2d best do, John Currie, W, SO Disc, Beecher'e early sweet corn, C N Beecher, W, 60 Disc Egyptian sweet corn, J W Barker, W, ' 60 Best white popping corn, Sherman B Saokett, B, 75 2d best do, Jacob Beisiegel, W, SO Best wheat from abroad, Alphonso Johnson, namaen, id VEGETABLE!. Disc premium on 10 varieties potatoes, E W Judge, W, 1 00 Best early rose potatoes, John Currie, W, 75 2d best do, Charles H Jorey, W, 60 Beet late rose potatoes, Jacob Beisiegel, W, 75 2d best do, J W Barker. W, 60 Best early Vermont, John Currie, W, 75 2nd, Early Vermont, Jacob Beisiegel, W 50 Best Burbank seedlings, John Currie, W., 75 2nd best do, E W Judge, W, 50 Best Early Ohio, Jacob Beisiegel, W, 75 2nd best do., J W Barker, W, 50 2nd do blue, Jacob Beisiegel, W, 50 Best St Patrick. Jacob Beiaiegel, W, 75 2nd Canada peachblow, Jacob Beisiegel, W, - 50 Beet red sweet potatoes, George Downs, B, 7 5 2nd do, Jaoob Beiaiegel, W, 50 Best yellow do, J W Barker, W, ?5 2nd yellow Swedish turnips, Jacob Beisiegel, W, 25 Best do French turnips, John Currie, W, 60 Best white eee turnitis. B fl. Newton. W 50 tad best do, John Currie, W, Best blood turnip beets, W M Beecher, W, 25 50; zna oesi uo, d d needier, w, LargeBt turnip beets, Jacob Beisiegel, W, Best Bed Marigold beets, John Currie, W, 2nd beet do. Jacob niH w 25 60 50 25 Best Yellow Mariirold beets. John fhrrrie. W. 50 Best other variety beets, John Currie, W, zaa Deat no, J. w tfuoge, w. Best white onion, Jacob Beisiegel, W, Best red onions, C N Beecher, W, 2nd best do, Jacob BelBiegel, W, Best yellow onions, C N Beecher, W, 2nd best, do, J W Barker, W, Beat yellow carrots, John Currie, W, 2nd best do, E W Judge, W, Best parsnips, J W Barker, W, Best tomatoes, D C Augur, W. 2d best tomatoes, B C Newton, W, Best peppers, u r waucer, w, au 2d do, J W Barker, W, - 25 Dis. pepper plant, with peppers fully ripe. Jay I'erKina. w, so Best mammoth cabbage, John Currie, W, so Best Sat Dutch cabbage, B B Peck, W. so 2d do, John Currie, W, 25 Best drumhead cabbage, John Beisiegel, W, 50 Best cauliflower, J W Barker, W, 50 Dis. yellow globe, yellow Danvers, Witherspoon and Portugal onions, Aipnonso tfonnson.rlam- den. 1 00 Best Boston marrow squash, Jacob Beisiegel, W, 50 2d do, B C Newton, W. 25 Best Hubbard squash, R C Newton, W, 50 2d do, John Currie, W, 25 Best turban squash, R C Newton, W, 50 2d do, W H French, B, 25 Best Marblehead squash, W H French, B, SO Best Mexican or Spanish squash, W M Beecher, W, 50 2d do, George Downs, B, 25 Best winter croolmeclc aquasn, A iNewton, W, So 2d do, George Downs. B, v 25 Best yellow field pumpkin, B C Newton, W, So 2d do, W W Peck, W, 25 Best cocoanut squash, J J Beecher, W, So Best Butman squash, J W Barker, W, 5o Best bell squash. John Currie, W, So 2d do, Jacob Beiseigel, W, 25 Best bell pumpkin, Ellas T Clark, W, 50 Best cheese pumpkin, w M Beecher, W, so 2d do, John Peck, W, 25 Best Cashun squash, W M Beecher, W, 60 Beat large squash, W M Beecher, W, so Best striped crookneck squash, C C Hitchkock, 50 Best large squash, J Beisiegel, W, so Best chunck squash, J Beisiegel, W, 50 Best gooseneck Bquash, J Beisiegel, W, so Best mammoth Chili Bquash, W H French, B, 50 Best mammotn cum squasn, c A Bradley, w, 50 2nd best mammoth Chili squash, R C Newton, W, 25 BeBt egg gourds, W Tomlinson, w, 60 Best citron melons, J Biesiegel, W, 50 2nd beat citron melons, J W Barker, W, 25 ceat long citrons, i .mesiegei, n . 50 Best endive, J Beisiegel. W, 60 Best white field beans, J Beisiegel, W, 50 iseat uma Deans, & u araee, vi , 00 2nd best lima beans, C F Walker, W, 50 Best Dreer's improved lima beans, E W Judge, W, 50 Beet collection of beans, Wright Russell, B, 50 Best sample chesnuts, R C Newton, W. 50 Beat sample osage orange, N D Clark, B, 50 Heaviest pumpkin, J Beiaiegel, W, 1 00 Largest and beat collection of vegetables, J Bei siegel. W. 5 00 2nd largest and best collection of vegetables, R c newton, vv, 3 00 APPX.ES ASD QUINCES. Largest and best exhibition of apples M bu each, Klias T Clark, W, 2 00 2nd largest and best exhibition of apples V bu each, Ed Beecher, B, 1 00 2nd half bushel greenings, B B Peck, W, 50 Beat fall pippins (French, M E Baldwin, W, 75 do, C C Hitchkock, W, 50 2nd no, ivirs Mary A Clark, w, 75 Beat Roxbury russetts, M E Baldwin, W, 75 2nd do, John Currie, W. 50 Best wine apple, R. C. Newton, W, 75 2nd do wine apple, Edward Beecher, B, 50 Best GraTenatein apples, John Peck, W, 75 Beet Bethlem apple, Malviu Northrop, B. 2nd do Bethlem apple, Edward Beecher, B, 50 Best Genesee pippin, D. C. Augur, Wr 75 Best Hawley apples, D. C. Augur, W, 75 Best Richmond apple, D. C. Augur, W, 75 Beat Hudson sweet, D. C. Augur. W. 75 Be8t Peck'a pleasant apple, D. C. Augur, W, 75 Beat Black apple,Noy D. Clark, B.- 75 Best Tuttle apple. W. M. Beecher! W, 75 2nd do Tuttle apple, Noy D. Clark, B, 50 Best atriped pippin, J. Currie, W, 75 2nd do striped pippin, M. E. Baldwin, W, 50 Best Enslish russet. J. Beisiecel. W. 75 2nd do English russet, M. E. Baldwin, W, 50 Best Huntingdon sweet, C C Hitchcock, W, tn 2nd beat do, J Beiaiegel, W, . 7 Best Hovey aweets, J Beiaiegel, W, 75 do marigold apples, M E Baldwin, W, 50 2nd best do, J Beisiegel, W, 50 feML giiunower apples, juiwara ueecner, U zna Dest ao, j ueisiegel, w, 50 ieni Kiug apples. beisiegel, w, do ponnd, C C Hitchcock, W, zua oesi ao, j ueisiegei, w, 50 iest uuuen. v .u ueecner, w, 75 2na Dest ao, w is Baldwin, w, 50 Best Maiden's Blush, W F Morgan, W, 75 2nd best do, Edward Beecher, B, so Best Griawold apple, J Beiaiegel, W, 75 do Seek-No -Further apple, M E Baldwin, W, 75 2nd best do, D C Augur, W, 50 Best Newtown pippin, M E Baldwin, W, 75 do Gloria Mundi apple, M E Baldwin, W, 75 do Northern Spy, M E Baldwin, W, 75 do pear quinces, John Pock, W, 75 2nd best do, J Perkins, B, 50 Dest orange quinces, d w llarker, , ao apple quinces, John Peck, W, 75 2nd best do, Mrs Mary A Clark, W, 50 FEJlCHEa, FEABS AND GRAPES. Best collection pears, John Peck, W, 2 00 2nd best do, J Beisiegel, W, 1 00 Beet Duchess de Augoulene, Jerome A Downe,B, 50 2nd best do. J Beiaiegel, W, 25 test Sickle, Mrs Leonard Todd, B, 50 2nd best do, Dwight E Todd, B, 50 Best Buffum pear, Noy D Clark, B, . 50 2nd best do, J Beisiegel, W, 25 Best Beurre d' Angou, John Peck, W, 2nd best do, Dwight E Todd, B, Best Clargeau, John Peck, W, 2nd best Beurre Easter, Jehn Peck, W, Rest Beurre Langher, John Peck, W, Be8t Lawrence, B B Peck, W, 2nd best do, John Peck, W, 2nd Howell, John Peck, W, Best Glout Morceau, John Peck, W, Beat Beurre Diel, John Beecher, W, 2nd Sevaus Orange, J Beisiegel, W, Best Vicar pear, J Beisiegel, W, Best collection grapes, Joha Peck, W, Best Isabella do, Noy D Clark, B, Best Diana do, C F Walker, W. 2d do, John Peck, W, Best Concord do, John Peck, W, 2d da. C F Walker, W, Best black Ontario, C F Walker, W, 2d do, John Peck, W, Best Sogers Hybrid No 19, John Peck, W, Best Clinton, John Peck, W, 2d do, Jerome A Downs, B, Best peaches, Dwight E Todd, B, 2d do, Mrs. Mary E Clark, W, WINES AND PICKLES. Best grape wine, B B Peck, W, Best currant do, B B Peck, W, Best cherry do, Noy D Clark, B, Largest and best collection of canned fruit, Mrs N P Merwin, W, 1 60 2d do, Mrs Mary A Clark, W, 1 00 Best honey, SP Marvin, V, 2d do, E W Judge, W, Best vinegar, Henry Hiokox, W, 60 2d do, D Morris, B, Best pickles, Mrs. Mary A Clark, W, 25 80 50 nest jeiiy, airs, mary a uiara, w, Best catsup, Mrs. Mary A Clark, W, 50 FI.OWKKS. 3 00 Best collection of pot plants, . W. Judge, W, Best and most tastefully arranged exhibition of cut flowers, Mrs. Lauren. Doolittle, W, 2 00 2nd do tastefully arranged exhibition of cut cowers, Mrs. W. Tomlinson, W, 1 oo Best bouquet cultivated flowers. Miss Jennie Wheeler, B. 1 00 Best bouquet of wild flowers, J. w. Barker, W, 1 00 2nd do bouquet of wUd flowers. Mrs. N. P. Mer win, W, 60 Discretionary bouquet of wild flowers, MIbb Jennie Wheeler, Beacon Falls, 1 00 Best bouquet immortelles, C. N. Beecher, W, 1 00 2nd do bouquet immorteUes, Mrs. Lauren Doe- little, W, SO Boat dahUas, Henry Hickox, B, 1 00 2nd do dahlias, Mrs. Wright Russell, B, 60 HOUSEHOLD VANTTFACTUKES. Best rag carpet, Mrs. W. Sackett, B, - 75 Best bedquUt. Mrs. Wright Kuauell, B, 75 2nd do bedquUt, Mrs. 8. P. Newton, W, 60 Best braided mat, Mrs. C. EL Jorey, W, SO Best tablecloth. Mrs. C. P. Walker, W, 60 Best knit rug, Mrs. W. M. Beecher, W, 60 2nd do knit rag, Mrs. L. Or. Hemingway, w, 25 Discretionary knit rug, Mrs. L. E. Peck, N. H., 25 Beat Persian mat, Mrs. H. L. Cowell, N. H., 50 Best silk bedquUt. Mrs. H. L. CoweH, N. H., 2nd do sUk bebquilt, Miss Jennie Wheeler, Bea con Falls, 50 Discretionary silk bedquilt, .Mrs. A. Dickerman. Hamden, 60 Best woolen yarn, Mrs. T. Perkins, Orange, 60 NKF.IU.K ANI FANCY WORK. Best silk embroidery, Mrs L G Hemingway, W, 75 2d do, Mrs W.F Sackett, B, 50 Best worsted embroidery, Miss Aggie Currie, w. 75 2d do, Mrs M G Perkins, W, 50 Best chair cover, Mrs S P Newton, W, 75 Sd do, Mrs M G Perkins. W, 50 Best crochet work, Mrs L G Hemingway, W, 75 2d do, Mrs John Currie, W, 60 BeBt knitting work, Mrs Ransom Chatneld, B, 75 2d do, Mrs Ransom Chatneld, B, 50 Best tidy, Mrs L G Hemingway, W, 75 2d do, Mrs C F Walker, W, 50 Best lace work, Mrs L G.Hemingway, W, 75 2d do, Mrs N P Merwin, W, - 50 Best wax work, Mrs C Jorey, W, 75 2d do, Mrs N P Merwin, W, 50 Best toilet cushion, Mrs N P Merwin, W, 75 2d do, Mrs Bobt Payne, W, 60 Dis. panel picture and motto, Mrs Harpin Hotch kiss, B, 60 Best flan-scale flowers, Miss Lizzie Pratt, New Haven, 50 Best tidy from abroad. Miss Jennie Wheeler, Bea con Falls, 75 2d do, Mrs E E Sanford. New Haven, 60 Best sofa pillow from abroad, Miss Jennie Wheel er, Beacon Falls, 75 Best air castle from abroad, Miss Jennie Wheeler, Beacon Falls, 50 Best knitting work from abroad. Miss Jennie Wheeler, Beacon Falls, 75 Beat picture from abroad. Miss L J, New Haven, 69 The people of Woodbridge and Bethany who con tributed to the exhibition are rewarded with success for their efforts. The receipts at the tent were larger than usual. Exhibitors will consider that ft is almost impossible to examine every article on exhibition, and award the premiums satisfactorily in every in stance, but whenever a mistake occurs in the awards, it will be considered an error of the head and not of the heart, for the judges endeavored to do their duty. Among the articles on exhibi tion that were worthy of- honorable men tion, were fish scale jewelry, exhibited by Miss Lisxle A. Pratt, of New Haven, a atone hat and other curiosities in stone, which were found on the land of the late Leonard Todd, of Bethany, and exhibited by Mrs. Leonard Todd, attracted considerable attention. William E. Chittenden, of North Guilford, exhibited a side-bar buek-board, which we could highly recom mend for its utility. The weather was fine both days of the fair, and the multitude repaired to their homes satisfied with the pleasures of the occasion. . . S. G. DAVIDSON, Secretary. Nonet The annual meeting of the Woodbridge and Bethany Agricultural Society will be held at the house of J. Terrell, in Woodbridge, on Wednesday, November 3, 1880, at 7 o'clock p. m. Olttoers wiU be elected for the ensuing year, and other bnsinesB trans acted proper to be brought before said meeting. Also the payment of premiums will be In order at said meeting ; and an premiums not rauea xor wiiiuu thirty days next suooeeding said third day of Novem ber will be considered as donations to the society. B. tr. DAYiDSUA, Becretary. . A food and a medicine are combined in the most perfect manner in Malt Bitters. "I aim Proutl." - 1 laAxr natiant writes from Fiahkill Plains. Dutchess County, N. Y., to Dr. David Ken nedy, of Kondout, N. Y. : "My foot is en tirely well, and I never felt better in my life than I do now. I ana very proud of 'Favor ite xtemeay. Bnaii x continue its uflor "What ailed tne loot ?" aoes tne reader in quire. It was ulcerated from impure blood. Til" TTotiti aA-v'a "Favorite Hemedv" Tjurified the blood and the Ulcer was healed. To Females, young or old, afflicted witn any of the ills peculiar to the sex Dr. Ken- Erysipelas, Salt Bheuin and all skin diseases recover under tne Diooa-punrying power or "lfi,nnhl)moi1v." ni'l 12t 4n. Its Action is Sure and Safe. rrk. 1 . .a,lc, n.l i. Ii i.lnou Wnvf ran . I in ClOCl MVU ....... ..... iivj - now be obtained in the usual dry vegetable fnm a ixi linriir! form. Tt. in nut in the lat ter way for the especial convenience of those who cannot readily prepare it. It will be found very concentrated and will act with equal efficiency in either case. Be sure and read the new advertisement for particulars. South and West. o20 Steod ltw The Florence Nightingale of the Nur sery. TY,a fnllnwincr ia fin extract from a letter written to tne Herman Mejormea Messenger, at Chambersburg, Fenn. : A BENEFACTRESS. Just oDen the door for her, and Mrs. "Wins- low will prove the American Florence Night ingale of the Nursery. Of this we are so sure, that we will teacn our - -ousy to say, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" fof helping her to survive and escape the'griping, colick ing, and teething siege. MBS. WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYKUP relieves the child from pain, and cures dysentery and diarrhoea. It softens the trams, reduces inflammation, cures wind colic, and carries the infant safely through the teething period. It performs precisely what it professes to perform, every part of it nothing less. We have never seen Mrs. Winslow know her only through the preparation of her "boothing byrup for Children Teething." If we had the power we would make her. as she is, a physical sa viour to the infant race, bold by au drug gists. 25 cents a bottle. o4 3teodltw - T T? V CI ia a. mirfilir VACfitfthlft Mm. pound, and wnl do au is claimed ior it. oee other column. Parties sick and afflicted run no risk in buying D. B. V. G. Guaranteed by your own druggist to give satisfaction, or money refunded. Try it. Bed Buss. Roaches, Bats, cats, mice, ants, &c, cleared out by Bousrh on Bats. loc. boxes at druggists'. Agency 289 State street. Toiit Die on the Premises. Ask drucgists for "Bough on Eats." It clears out rats, mice, bedbugs, roaches. Only 15c. per box. 289 State St. How Happiness is Secured. Happiness is the absence of pain or annoy ance, and wherever there is pain there is dis ease. A pain in the lower portion of tne body indicates a disorder of some kind. If there is any odor or color or deposit in tne urine it means disease and requires attention at once. We have heard many of our friends speak of the remarkable power of Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure and are con vinced there is nothing so certain and valua ble for aU disorders of the urinary system both male and female. o20 eod2w 2tw Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tpbaeco The Rapid Growth in Popularity of Milk of Magnesia as a reme dy lor sour stomacn.rieariDurn, constipation, gout, gravel and urinary troubles, warrants the belief that it will eventually supersede, as it deserves to do, all other preparations of Magnesia. Sold by all druggists. ol8 Steod Coughs. Brown's Bronchial Troches are used with advantage to alleviate coughs, sore throat, hoarseness and broncrual affections. For thirty years these troches have been in use, with annually increasing favor. They are not new and untried, but having been tested by wide and constant use by nearly an entire generation, they have attained well- merited rank among the few stable remedies of the age. The Thboat. Brown's Bronchial Troches act directly on the organs of the voice. They have an extraordinary effect in all disorders of the throat and larynx, restoring a healthy tone when relaxed, either from cold or over- exertion of the voice, and produce a clear and distinct enunciation. Speakers and singers find the troches useful. A cough, cold, catarrh or sore throat re quires immediate attention, as neglect olten. tunes results in some incurable lung disease. Brown's Bronchial Troches will almost inva riably give relief. Imitations are offered fo- sale, many of which are injurious. The genr nine Brown's Bronchial Troches are sold only in boxes. d23 t,th,f ltw A Card. To all who are suffering from the errors and indis cretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, los of manhood, etc, 1 will send a recipe that will cur you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy wa discovered by a missionary in South America. Sen aBelf-addresseoLenvelope to the Bev. Joseph T. In man, Station D, New York City. my3 eodawly Facts and Bargains At J, H. Kearney's. New Sucar House Syrnn. 55c cral. New Buckwheat 4c. per lb. Nice Butter 25c. per lb. ji;xtra nutter azc per pouna. Extra St. Potatoes, 25c. per peck. Early Bose Potatoes. 70c per B acket. Extra fat mackerel He. eacn. J J tor Zoc Codfish 5c per lb. 3 qts. Cranberries 25c. New Me- mum ueans qts. z--xs. txrra large xeuow Onions 40c. per peck. 9 lbs. pure lard SI. Beet quality Sugar Cured llama 13c. per lb. New irocesa r iour t.uu per uoi. I tell yon. I won't be beat. J. H. KEARNEY, oI6 Cor. Hill St. and Congress Ave. JENKINS'S SUBSTITUTE FOB WHALEBONE For Corsets, Hresses, and Other Purposes where Whalebone Has Been Used. PATENTED ' IN United States, Canada, England . France, Germany, Austria, Belgium and Italy. FOB SALE BY ALL Dry (loGds anil Nuiioii Houses, Holmes, Booth & Ilaydens, MANUFACTURERS, New York - 49 Chambers Street: Connecticut ... ... Waterbury. Boston ..... 18 Federal Street. SO Church Street, AGENT FOR NEW, ENGLAND. oUtf Paris Fashions in Millinery. For the Fall and Winter of m Imported Beavers, " In tne most fashionable shades, Old Gold, Bine, Rifle Green and Drab. ' Small Felt Bonnets, specially designed to match Fall Suits. Children's Hmta, stylish and pretty, In great Tariety. Leaf Ostrich Feathers, prices ranging from $2.50 to $8. X.dies' Derby Hats in large variety will be sold for $1 each. Also a fine display of the latest novelties in French Trimmings. MBS. N. S. JACOBS, r 158 CHAPEL STREET, o$ eodlm .Opposite Elliott iloaaa. 1 0. MCHESTER, REGISTRARS NOTICES. First Ward. The Reiristrars of the First ward will be in session at the cigar store, of James Gallagher, jr., No. 74 Church street, on Tuesday, 'Oct. 18, 1880, from 11 oiook a. m. to 2 p. m., and f-Tloay, uct. 22, zrom 0 w n. m.. on each of said davs. for the purpose of correcting the Registrar list. JOHN W. liAWC I njitrar. Geobo J. Ham, Registrars. Second Ward. The Betristrars of tho RAcond ward will meet at the shop of Wm.W.Phrmb, No. 12 Oak street, on Tuesday, Oct. 19th, from 11 o'olock'a. m. until 1p.m.; also on Friday, Oct. 22d, from-3 te 5 o'clock p. m., on each of said days, for the purpose of revising and correcting their voting lists. John J. Bhewsas, f Kegistrars . Third Ward. The undersigned. Assistant Betristrars of voters of the Third voting district, will meet at the office of French Brothers, corner of George street and Con gress avenue, on Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 11 o'clock a. ra. till a p. m., also on Friday, Oct. 22, from 3 to 5 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of correcting and revising their registry list. UKO. a. Jill,!., 1 Assistant Thomas H. Cot.wkt.t,, f Registrars. Fourth Ward. The Registrars of the Fourth ward will meet at the store of Theodore Maroake, corner of V ater street and Columbus avenue, on Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 11 a. 111. tin 2 p. in., and on Friday, Oct. 22, from 3 to 5 p. 111., for the purpose of correcting their registry list. vim, 111, K u Ai.i, n 1 --, r 11 1 . William F. Bhashok. ( neglstrars. Fifth Ward. The Registrars of the Fifth ward will meet at the store of H. H. Peck, 97 Wooster street, on Tuesday, Oot. 19. from 11 a. m. to 2 n. m. : also on Friday, Oct. 22, from 3 to 6 o'clock p.m.,for the purpose of correct ing ana revising tneir voting iibi. William Sullivan, f Begistrars. New Haven, Oct. 15, 1880. Sixth Ward. The Registrars of the Sixth ward WiU meet at the store of W. H. Coolidge, corner of Greene and Wallace streets, on Tuesdav. Oct. 19. from 11 a. m. till z I). 111. : also on Friday. Oct. 1, from 3 tUl 5 p.m., on each of said days, for the purpose of correcting and revising tneir voting 11st. Seventh Ward, The Registrars of the Seventh ward will meet at 203 urana street, between Bradley and Jefferson, on Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 11 o'clock a. m. till 5 o'clock p. m., also on riday, Oct. 22, from 3 to 5 o clock p. m., on each of said days for the purpose of cor recting ana revising tneir registry list. WILLIAM U flEEFE, I t Robjlbt E. Baldwih, Begis-Taw. eighth Ward. A meetins of the Eighth ward Betristrarti will be held at the harness store of F. Ii. Hoey, No. 760 State street, on Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 11 a. m. to 2 o'clock p. m-, also on Friday, Oct. 22, from 3 to 5 o'clock p. m., on each of said days for the purpose of correct ing ana revising tneir registry list. E. F. Mebill,! xlegistrars. . Ninth Ward. The Registrars of the Ninth ward will meet at the feed store of 3. T. Benham, Ko. 27 Broadway, on Tuesday, Oct. 19th, from 11 o'clock a. m. till 2 o'clock p. m. ; also on Friday, Oct. 22, from 3 to 5 o'clock p. 111., for the purpose of correcting and revising their voting list. WILLIAM E. .Baldwin, 1 Ra-iatrars. IPICHAKL ttKlOO, ) Tenth Ward. The Begistrars of the Tenth ward will be in session at the engine house, corner of Elm and Park streets, on Tuesday, the 19th day of October, from 11 a. m. till 2 p.m.: also on .b'riday, the 22d day of October, 1880, from 3 o'clock till S o'clock on eaach of said days for the purpose of corroding and revising their Iihl. HO L LIN J. BUSCK, I RritrrB Henkv S. Coofeb, KeglBtrars. Eleventh Ward, The Becrfstrars of the Eleventh ward will meet at tha Btore of L. P. Clarke, 89 Ferry street, on Tneeday, Oct. 19, 1880, from 11 a. m. until 2 p. m., azid on rnaay. uct. zz, irom o p. in. until 5 p. m., xor tne purpose oi corroding ana revising tne voting use T. P. Callahan, j- Registrars. Russell T. Ellis, Twelfth Ward. The Registrars of the Twelfth ward will meet at Clay street, on Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 11 a. m. until 2 p. m., for the purpose of correcting and revising tneir Aegisiry list. James P. Habt, 1 -r Luzsbnb F. Barnes, Registrars. Thirteenth Ward. The Begistrars of the Thirteenth ward will meet at the store of George Hockins & Co.. Westville. on xuesaay, Jct. iy, irom ii o'clock a. m. to 2 p. m., also on Friday. Oct. 22. from 3 to 5 o'clock o. no. of said days, for the purpose of correcting and re vising tne voting list. David C. Monsok, Eugknk O. BeabdsletJ egistrars. 57 59 & 61 Orange St FURNITURE DEALERS UNDERTAKERS, TTAVE the finest Painted BedroomHSuiteB In the XX city. New Parlor Suites, Walnut Bedroom Bmizea. . The best Serine Bed for the monev. Splint, Rattan, Cane and Rush Seat Chairs tn great variety, as low as can oe Dougnt. UNDERTAKING Promptly attended to, night or day, with care. .Bodies preserved without ice in the best manner. Also sole agents for Washburn's Deodorizing and Disinfecting Fluid. A new lot of Folding Chairs and Stools to rent for parties or runerais. jeio GREAT INVENTION fob WAsmna and cleaitshts In hard or soft water, WITHOUT SOAP, and without danger to the finest fabric. BATES TIME and LABOB AMAZINGLY, and is rapidly coming into general use. Sold by all Grocer ; but beware of Tile connterf eits. Its great success brings out dangerous imita tions, but FEAKL1SE is the only safe article. Always bears the name of James Pyle, y ewTork. EDISON'S POLY FORM t S the result of a long series of experiments by the jj. aiBtinguianea inventor upon nimseli ana others, to relieve the terrible sufferings of neuralgic pains, Under his name and guarantee it is offered to the public, witn tne assurance that it will relieve the ex cruciating pains ox RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, HEADACHES. No higher testimony could be adduced than the certificate or Tof. iuiison, who authorizes the publi cation or tne xotiowing : Jtfealo Park. ST. J, 1 certify thmt the preparation known as Edison's Poly-form Is made according to formal a devised and used by myself. THOMAS A. EOISOS Sufferers who have despaired of ever beimr relieved and cured of these distressing complaints will find a certain reuex oy using EDISON'S POLYFORM. Price, $1.00 Per Bottle. Prepared by MENLO PARK MANUFACTURING CO., ' New York. Sold by all Druggists. se30 Tngr&wly CROCKERY r GLASS 'Ware, Wood Ware, Tin Ware, Table Mats, Lunch Baskets and House Famishing Goods of all kinds. LAMPS ! Something new in the way of a Bracket Hand Lamp. Chandeliers. Library Lamps and Bracket Lamps. GLASS WAKE ! eoblets, 60, 68, 70, 75c per dos. High Glass Dishes, 2S, 45, S5 snd 75c each. 4 piece Glass Sets, 45, 60, 80, 90c per set. - -Tumblers, Cake Stands, Cake Plates, and everything that is made of glass. Something new in the line of Tea Seta. Oride Tea Sets, 56 pieces, for (6. Plain White " " American China, $5. Decorated " " $7, $7.50, $7.75, J8, $8.50. AMERICAN CHINA ! Have just opened six casks- of that famous ware, American China ; it seems impossible to get it fast enough, being the handsomest, lightest and most eco nomical, for the reason that when a oover or any part is broken yon can buy that part without buying the whole. We also have a handsome line of Qneen Anne Toilet Sets, which we offer at greatly reduced prices. Xerosene Oil of the best sxade. Cans called for and delivered free of charge. oil eod SO Church Street, near ChapeL GREAT AUCTION SALE OF BOOKS, "'" . COMMENCING Thursday evening. October 7th, at 408 Chanel street, opposite Trinity Church, and continuing every evening at 7 p. m. Private sale dal ly at greatly reduced prices. The stock will comprise works of nearly ail the great authors, and must posi tively be sold. OS Ik . .Blair FINE CARRIAGES . - A Positive Cure WITHOUT MEDICINES. Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies. PATENTED OCTOBER 16, 1876. ONE No. 1 will ears any case in four days, or No. will care the Hast Obstinate Case, If nauseous doses of Cnbebs, Copaiba or duce dyspepsia by destroying the coatings Price $1.50 Sold by all Druggists or mailed on receipt of Price For farther particulars send for Circular. P. O. Box 1 533. J. C. ALLAN CO., No. 83 John Street, New York. We offer $500 Reward for any ease they will not cure. Q,TJICK, SAFE and STRE CURE. ' ' n31 ly KOLEPHLOWERBUTUR! LASSES, (best Porto Rico) 50c gallon. Yinnigger, (pure cider) 2&o gallon. Kerowseen, (water white) 15o gallon. Fhlower, (best St. Louis) $6.50 barrel. Te, (Japan or Oolong) 35c pound. Sope, 35 bars for $1. Kofy, (Old Gov. Java) 25c pound. H reemrle Bntnr, H5c pound. Leahy Kolc, Fresh from the Lehigh mines. Lowest prices In the State. Step in and see sample. George W. II. Hughes, LXDEPEXDEXT DEALER, ol9 34 Church Street D. R.V. G. CURES Dyspepsia ' Indigestion And all troubles arisi therefrom. such as tress afterj Stomach, K i d n e y L'i t e r ,i Aches in Sick Headache, Dts Eating, Acidity of the Flatulency. Liver and Complaint, Torpid gConstipation. Piles, f he Back and Limbs, It is the best Blood j Purifier in the World- Guaran Druggists to give per faction or money Try it. Our Vital- Tonic Bitters, the petizer in the World. Call for them. D. R. V. C. Mfg. Co., Prop's, SYRACUSE. N. Y. New York Depot, S. Vt. CiHtoatsn, 115 lattea Stnot. D. S. Clenney & Son, No. 160 State Street, New Haven, Importers and Wholesale Dealers in every description of ENGLISH, FKNECH AND AMERICAN COACH, WINDOW AND PICTURE GLASS, VARNISH, OILS, PAINTS AND DYE STUFFS. aulS d&w Carriaeres and Wagons for Sale, S cssr'lssL IIP PU xsTAnfW A TJ 5 three second-hand fchtetons, Top Carriage, shifting top, patent wheels ; also second-hand Wagons and Carriages. (Repairing of all kinds promptly attended to and at he Lowest Prices. Carriages and Wagons Stored and bold on Commission. ja26 D. TOBIN, 10 HOWE STREET. 1880 FikLL 1880 A Special Announcement firom E. E. SANFORD, 204 Elm Street, Corner Park, TO THE PUBLIC. I HAVE on hand and for sale a full line of choice Groceries, Provisions, Freeh Meats, Vegetables, etc My stock comprises Flour, best New rocess : Sugars, all grades ; Tea, Coffee, Spioes ; Butter, of wmcn we maKe a specialty; xrean jneais, au xinas; and in fact evervthina connected with the business. I do not advertise my prices, as space will not admit of it, but guarantee that lor quality or gooaa x snail not be undersold. Three wagons are constantly running in the de livery of goods. All orders punctually attended to. RESPECTFULLY. E. E. SANFORD, 204 Elm Street, Cor. Park Street. sel7 Lamps! Lamps! A neat, handsome and complete Library Liamp for a small amount is just what the people have long wanted. "We now offer to the public the new Uival Library Lamp At the very low price of $3.00. It is a perfect, and complete Library Lamp In every respect. We cordi ally invite aU to call and examine it, also our large and handsome stock of Decorated Lamps, with Globes and Shades to match, which we are offering at very LOW PKI CES. NEW HAVEN Oil and Lamp Store, 395 ana 397 Slate Street. Ol3 TUKEEYS. DUCKS. Partridge. Quail. WOODCOCK, Squabs. Chicliens, Meet Tenderloins Cauliflovers, Celery, Egg Plant, &c, &c. Frisbie & Hart. 350 and 353 State Street. o!6 ELECTION DAT is coming. Bsfore it srriTes all should be supplied with a psir of Snrant's Scotch Pebble Spectacles at $2.50, regular price M.00. A large line at Spectacles, Eye Glasses snd Clocks. A good assortment Watches and Jewelry at J- H. G, DUBANT"8, 38 Church street, near Crown. All kinds of repairing done at Short notice snd warranted to give satisfaction. P. 8. Specialty, Watch and An tique dock repairing. ' . ol5. Elm City File Works, (Keavr Goodyeavr's Axle Shop.) Old Files re-cut and warranted. An assortment of Files on - - hand for sale. ... WM. JEPSON, 861 State Street. -seia 3m - - FREE aad Seta-tille tare tor Iervos LVbiBly, KitlioK MedictiM. from whaterer euie. If ailed DO H Ml aW JL Jheedbvall At 1 fect !atis- f refunded. lf lzlntr ...J best ap- ...... K..... ,...4. -r FOR FAMILY USE T. K TUQT OTVt T?a T"KT LATEST STYLES Hi Landaus, Landaulets, Ber lin Coaches, Coupes, Brongrliams, Victorias and Six-Passenger Bockaways. All strictly first-class. Warranted to giye perfect satisfaction. H. KILL All & CO., olfitf Jfew Haven, Cann. BOX less. no matter of bow long standing. Oil of Sandalwood, tbat are certain to pro of the stomach. Bulbs, Grasses, Immortelles, Pampas Plumes, Fancy Baskets, Wire Work. Funeral and Wedding orders at' tended to with dispatch. H.'E. townsend, IS 7 Cbapel Street, Below tfie Bridge Announcement EitTaordinary! 'He Johns. LATE OP NEW YORK, TAK ES this method to Inform the Ladies that on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 7th, Sth an d 9th, occurs her Grand Fall Opening'. On these occasions there will be exhibited at Tiat- Mill inery Eatablishment, 161 Chapel street, Elliott ucrase xuocjc, mo most super d, artistic ana stylish Millinery, from Paris and New York direct 1'rench Flowers, Feathers, Plumes, Ostriches, Velvets, Plush es, Silks, Satins, Bibbons, in all the latest shades and colors. Remember the days and dates, Thursday, Friday and Sat urday, 7 $ and O. M'LLE JOHNS, 161 Chapel Street, Elliott House Block. 06 HARBOR BLUES. HARD AND SOFT CRABS. AT- A. FOOTE & CO.'S, &&S A AXIS STKJSJET. sell rR. S. W. FISKJS. The Celebrated Clairvoyant Physician ana xuaKiietie 'Healer, nasiiieo and Test Medium, Is permanently located in New-Haven, Conn. OfficeNo. 270 Chanel Street. WHERE he can be consulted regularly every month from the morning of the 10th until the 27th at noon. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Dr. Fiske has had twenty-nine years' experience in the practice of medicine, and has made thousands of me mosG asxonismng cures 01 au chronic and long standing diseases of whatever name or nature. Those who are afflicted with any disease or nam Bhould con sult Dr. Fiske at once, no matter how lone you have been out of health or what diseases you are Buttering irom. or now many doctors you nave employed in vain, or how much medicine yon have taken, or how little faith yon have. He will tell yon at once the na ture of the disease and where it affects you the most, and the progress it has made upon the system, and describe the symptoms thereof ; and will furnish medicines prepared from the best of selected roots, to those who wish, for their speedy and permanent cure at a reasonable price, either by the week or month. The doctor also gives valuable advice on business matters, and all the affairs of life, both social and financial, including journeys, lawsuits, trains, losses. absent friends, and great success in selecting lucky numbers. Sittings for business affairs or examina tion of the sick, $1. Communications by letter upon business or health must contain $2, age, sex, a lock of nair ana stamp. Aaaress ixcje 50 x l,2iJ. Norwich, Vt. TAKE NOTICE. Dr. Fiske will not visit Bridge port or Ansonia again this season. Patients wishing to consult the Doctor will find him at his office, 270 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn., the days mentioned above. He will also be at the City Hotel, South Nor- waiK, ct., Thursday and r riday, uct. 28th and '29th. Use Dr. S. W. FISKE?8 VALUABLE LINIMENT. For sale by all Druggists. TESTIMONIAL FROM William 91. Granniss, Fair Haven, Conn. This is to certiiy that for several years I was afflict ed with Disease of the Liver and Kidneys, and was troubled very much with Dyspepsia and a constant Pain in my Back and Affection of the Spine. I was unfit for any hard labor. I was treated by several physicians, but never received any permanent bene fit until 1 applied to Dr. Fiske, and I am satisfied he is the only one that ever understood my case. He ex amined me clairvoyantly and explained my diseases satisfactorily, and prepared medicines which reached tne seat or my aiseases at once, ue also gave me sev eral magnetic treatments, which entirely removed the pain in my back and spine. I have been under his treatment only two months, and I feel better now than I have before for two years, and I think I am nearly cured. I would advise all who are afflicted to consult the Doctor at once. If he can do for you what he has done for me, you will ever have cause to feel grateiui. sincerely yours, se25 d&w WM. M. GRANNISS. MOODY MEETINGS AT NOBTHFIELD. Extended reports of the ten days' meetings at JNorthfleld in . l . a r J4iSt, utn ana ietn sept. Both papers sent, post-paid, for t en cents, or 15 copies of each, post-paid, for a dollar. JOHN DOUGALL & CO.. 7 Frankfort st., New York, tiemi of Poetry. A beautiful new small eight-pace Weekly, containing choice selections from celebrated authors. Only 73 cents a year. Six copies sent as samples for ten cents. Sabbath Reading, Weekly Containing a Sermon, S. 8. Lesson and Reli gious matter, dtic.ayear. samples tree. Best imaatw Sailboat for Sale. fjllGHTEEN feet long, eight feet beam, cat-rigged, s; 'j newly painted, all in sailing oraer ; price inquire at 2a uiiHiSa Ava. He tf November Monthlies. "TkT OW BEADY. Harper's, Atlantic. Popular Monthly, Xl Demarest Monthly, Lady's Bazaar, Godey's Lady Book, Peterson's Monthly, Complete sets Sea side Library now on our counters. Full line of Sta tionery, Blank Books, &c. Easels Photographic Frames, Albums, Card Pic- cures, etc. For sale by THE DOWNES NEWS CO., 8625 351 Chapel St., 5 Exchange Building. R. F. Burwell, DENTIST, Glebe Building, Cor. Church and Chap ex streets. MODERATE PRICES. Boy "Wanted, with good refer- ' en cos. selO tf FALL GOODS WE are receiving Fall Goods daily from the beet factories in the country, and no pains will be spared in showing our many customers as FIXE A LLE OF" Boots and Shoes As can be produced in any first-class store in the city. Oome one and all and examine, quality and compare prices. Robert A. Benham, 294 Chapel and 293 Grand Streets. Epizootic Powders ! Sold by tlie Pound. Have been used for tbe lavst Its yesvrs. Whittlesey's Drug Store, ol3 d&w 228 Chapel and 326 State street. Piatt's Patent Buckwheat. WE received invoice this morning of first buck wheat made this season. Orders taken for de livery the first of next week. The trade supplied at lowest wholesale prices. -ti rTn i tii wMiSiriV Steamboat Line for New York Fare $1, including1 Berth. Tickets for the Round Trip, fl.50. The steamer a H. NORTHAM, Capt. 3. G. Bowns, will leave New Haven at Berkele k Curtiss', 109 Church street, near ChapeL Steamer CONTINENTAL, Capt. F. JF. Peck, leaves New Haven at 10:15 a. m., Sundays excepted, stopping at 23d street, East Biver. r jvum. new luiuv jidbu. xx. nuninooi lamvvm Peck Slip at 3 p. m., and 23d street at 3:15 p. m., and the CONTINENTAL at 11:30 o'clock p, m., Sundays excepted Saturday nights at 12 o'clock midnight. Snnaay A igbt uoai tor lew x or it. The steamer ELM CITY, Capt. Snow, leaves New Haven at 10:30 p. m. Staterooms sold at the Elliott House. Free stage from Insurance Building, Chapel street, commencing at 9 p. m. Tickets are sold and baggage cheeked through to Philadelphia, (beth routes) Baltimore and Washing ton. 3 JAB. H. WARD, Agent. ANCHOR LINE. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS Sail every Saturday. NEW YORK TO GLASGOW. CABINS, $60 to 980. STEERAGE, These Steamers do not carry cattle, shsep or plgs. And every Saturday, NEW YORK TO LONDON DIRECT. CABINS, 953 to $65- Excursion at Reduced Bate i'assenKcr accommodations are aonurpaweu. Al Staterooms on Main Deck. Passengers booked atlowestratesto or from any Kallroad Station in Europe or America. J-TSIVBlBSireU WIWW iron nbTjv, uajuuiq vusssajvj tttronsbout England, Scotland and Ireland. . - For books o t i n formation, pi ans, Cm apply to HnrpEBfiov Bbotbxbs. 7 Bowuxe Gaxsir. a, X or E. Dowses 309 Chapel St., IVew Haven. INMAN LINE ! lloyal 9Iail Steamers. New York to Queenstown and Liverpool .Every 'xnursaay ork saiuraay. Tons. Tons. CITT OF BEKI.TN. 591 CITY of BKTJSSEI.S, S776 CITY of KICHJIOND407 CITY of NEW YOBK, 3500 CITY OF CHESTER, 4566 CITY OF PARIS, 308 CITY of MONTREAi490 CITY of BROOKLYN 2911 These magnificent Bteamers, bnilt in water tight eompartmente, are among the strongest, largest and xasteBt on tne Atlantic. ThesaloonB are luxuriously furnished, especially well lighted and ventilated, and take up the whole width of the ship. The principal staterooms are amidships, forward of the engines, where least noise and motion is felt, and are replete with every com fort, having all latest improvements, double berths, electric bells, too. The cuisine has always been a specialty of thlBLine. Ladies' cabins and bathrooms. Gentlemen's smok ing and bathrooms, Barbers' shops, pianos, libraries, &c, provided. The Steerage accommodation cannot be excelled. Passen&rers of this class will find their comfort and privacy particularly studied, and the provisioning unsurpaseed. For rates of .passage and other Information, apply to JUU fx. UAliK, Agem, Or to 81 Broadway, New. York. Edward Downes. 309 Chapel street. W. Fitzpatrick, 117 Grand street. Bunnell & Scranton, 205 Chapel street. THE 00MM0&' SENSE BEMEDY. Rye & Rock, Pure Wliite Rock Candy Dissolved In Old Rye Whiskey. This article is now the leading remedy for coughs, colds, consumption and all diseases of the lungs, and has the hearty endorsement and approval of the medi cal fraternity. We guarantee it to be made from the best materials only, and perfectly pure. Full directions on each bottle. priCo si.oo. Prepared and sold WhoIeBalc and Retail by GDUJ. G. 15 ALL & 011, 250 Chapel St. New Haven, Ct. Kim City Shirt Compauy. Patented, Oct. IS-' Baa1 Rented. Men. V' MANUFACTURERS OF ELM CITY IMPROVED YOKE SHIRT, 70 Court Street, New Haven, Conn. WE beg leave to inform onr friends and the pub lic tkat we enter upon the New Year with a full stock of goods purchased before the late rise, and are prepared to sell our Shirts at the lowest prices. Our Wholesale Department will be conducted as uanal. Onr Custom Department will receive special attention none but the moBt skillful mechan ics are employed. The most approved makes of Cot tons and Superior LinenSjCarefully seleoted for our fine trade, will be used. Eine Foreign Fancy Shirtings We have placed an order for the most extensive and attractive assortment of Frenoh and EngUsh Fancy Shirtings of superior fabrics, embrac ing .rimA t.hrnA hundred di ffarant natterns of the most novel designs and choice selected Btyles. The style of our shirts IB represented in me auove cui. iuo i' ent bosom and neck-band make it by far the most de sirable as to fit and service. floods are warranted to give satisfaction in every particular. W invite in spection of the fabric, workmanship and style of cut ting, at our office, 70 Court street, corner of State, New Haven. We have on hand a few dozen Shirts, made of Wam sutta and other good styles Cotton, which we offer to close at 60 and 75 cents. I.-. I. HI CITY SHIRT CO., f28tf GEO. P. MARVIN Secretar, TRUNKS AM) BACS MADE TO ORDER All kinds of llepairs made at short notice. Old Trunks taken in ex change. Wo charge for cartage. CROFUT'S TRUNK DEPOT NO. 97 ORANGE STREET. Palladium Building. myl7 Teeth! G.K.Gidney 353 Chapel st. Between State and Orange, NortU Side. Has received another stock of those 95 TEETH, Also higher trades of Teeth at prices 25 per cent, low er thar they can be obtained at any other first-class dental office in the city. All other operations in pro portion. Office hours, 8 a. m. to p. m. Perfect sat- 8i act ion or no charge maae. au-Ji LOW PRICES. The New Haven Window Shade Go. Offer a large stock of WMow Slate ani Fixtures At Wholesale and Retail. A Good Spring Fixture, 30c, A Good Cord Fixture, 15c. Manufacturers' Agents for The Bissell Carpet Sweeper, The Elm City Carpet Sweeper and Farren Bros. Spring Beds. We give a free trial. se25 B UCEXEY & KELLY, Practical Plumbers and Gas Fitters, 40 CROWN STREET, Under Water Co.'s Office, SEW HAVEN, C8SK. Jobbing promptly attended to. .;h.;btjckt,f,y. my27tf D.iF.lKELLY. DR. G. F. PETERSON, DENTIST, 26 Elm Street, Corner of Orange, tsa New Havan, Conn 0 A Ii 11 I AGES! New and Second-Hand, CONSTANTLY on hand and for sale at bottom pri ces. I now have the following : One second-hand one-horse Business Wagon. One second-hand P hie ton. One second -hand aide-bar Carriage. Throe pew side-spring piano-box no-top Buggies. Two new side-bar piano-box Carriages. One new side-bar Corning-box Carriage. One new turn-out seat end-spring Carriage. And can furnish any style or Quality of Carriages at short notice. FOB BALE, One Tery fine and stylish six year chestnut Horse, warranted perfectly sound and safe for a family horse. jy24 D. W. MORRILL. Vaults and Cesspools. If yon have a. Vault or Cesspool that neeua auniron, Bvnu iur Farnham's Odorless Apparatus. Orders 'may be loft lit ROBT. VEITCHjaJSON, 428 Chapel St P. O. BOX 275. Ja3 ly Special Rates to Large Consumers. 13. A. wessner x, -vo., . Apothecaries' Hall, anl7 301 Chapel Street. gailroabs, fa. New York, New Haven and Hart ford ltauroaa. ON and after Monday, June 7th. 1880 Trains leave New Haven, as follows : FOB NEW YORK Express trains at 3:28, 4:10, 8rt .! a. m., i:so, 3:36, s:28, ana V. Jo p. m. xue gts. a. m. train stons at Milford. WASHINGTON NIGHT EXPRESS, Tis Harlem HIT or Branch, 11:40 p. m., daily except Sundays, stop mv uiiuciwi. wmia norwaia ana ouumora. ACCOMMODATION TRAINS at 6:30, 7:18 a. m., 12:0. uwu, ..w nuu .... y. 11U HUB IQT JJIlOSePOrt 7:30 n. m. SUNDAY EVENING TRAIN for New York will Mars' i:iu p. ju., .raving at urana central Depot st 11:50 p. til. FOR HARTFORD, MTDDT.ETOWN, NEW BRITAIN SPRINGFIELD, BOSTON and the North-Exrssi a:s a. m., (daily except Mondays) for Hartford, stopping at Meriden. This train goes from Har ford to Boston via Wlllimantlo and Pntn.n, STEAMBOAT TRAIN leaves Steamboat Wharf y.j.Kj . liv. . . ..w .ii., oany, except Monday, for Springfield, stopping at Meriden and Hartford only. Accommodation at 8:16 am. for Sprinjr. field : Express at 10:38 a. m. for Meriden, Berlin. New Britain, Middletown, Hartford aad Sprino' field ; 10:48 a. m., accom. to Meriden only. Ex press, 1:21 p. m. for Springfield, stops st Hartford and Meriden only. Accommodation 8:20 p. m. to Springfield. Accommodation at 6:35 p. m. for Hartford, connects for New Britain and Middle town. Express 6:11 p. in. for Boston, stopping at Meriden and Hartford only. Accom. 8:10 p. m. for Springfield. Express 12:00 midnight for Meriden, Hartford and Springfield. Sunday ex press 12:00 midnight for Meriden, Hartford and 8DrineneId. FOR NEW LONDON, PROVIDENCE, NORWICH. .....iv... ami .iic usi.. express Irani at 1237 midnight and 3:18 p. m. This train stops at Say brook only. Accommodation trains at 8.08, 10:40 a. m., 4:00 p. m., (Special to Conn. Biver, stop ping at all stations.) 6:16 p. m., -8:30 p. m.. (freight with passenger car, New Haven to New London, stopping at all stations.) -'Daily. E. M. REED, Vice President. Railroad and Steamboat Tickets L,unA at recK Uishop's Express Office, 219 A Chapel street. Baggage called for and cherked from house. fl q Boston & New York Air Line 11.11- t May 3, 1S80, trains Twill ran as follows g8:06 a. m. Train . for WlUImantlo connects at f willlmantic with trains of the N. Y and M. E. and N. L. N. railroads, arriving in Boston at 1:15 p. m., rrovidence 12:25, Worcester 12-37 1. zn.. and Norwich .t ln-it a 10: a. m. train for Willimantic. connwtlns .1 mm. mantio with N. Y. and N. Ii and Kew London Northern Railroads. 6:05 p. m. Train for Willimantic, connecting at Willi, mailt io with New London Northern S. B., for Norwich and New London. Train. Wva TnnumHIla . ....n 1:05, 6:57 and 7:36 p. m. Leave Colchester for Turnerville at 9:21 and 11-50 a m., and 5:35 and 7:14 p. m. IrKna mnW it If Mi. 111. n.. n .. ... valley Railroad for Saybrook and Hartford. . J. a. JMtAJNULIN, J67 SBTierlntffnriAnt Railroad-and Steamboat Tickets Ij-ium SALii at Peck Bishop's Eipress Office, 219 1 Chanel strnAt. Huktb. I f . - e.- .... buu unecaea from house. ..m New Haven and Northampton Railroad. On BT.ll .TI.. I .1 .. .... . 'Trains will leave New Haven at 7:10 su in., " mi t:i'-. p, in. for I lamvllle i-i -tBnuieiu, uoiyojse, .tvtsmamp- ton, Northampton and Williamsburg. Trains will arriv. fpmn iha aH u.)la n.i. - m., 1:36 p. m. and 8:15 p. m. t-lose Connections. At Plainvillo with trains east and west on New York and New England Kit. feAt Pine Meadow with Conn. Western RB. At Westileld with Boston and Albany KB. At Northampton with Conn. River RB. For particulars see small Time Tables at the offio and depots. EDWARD A. RAY, General Ticket A -runt New Haven May 3, 1880. my28 " "i iujro Railroad and Steamboat Tickets I7-.OR SALE at Peck & Bishop's Express Office, 219 Chapel street. Baggage called for and checked from house. ,0 8m Housatonic Railroad. "NEW LINE!" Through Cars Between Bridgeport and Albany. Shortest, Quickest and Cheapest Eoute for Albany, Troy, Sar atoga and the West. PASSENGER TRAINS Leave BRIDGEPORT for ALBANY, TROY, SARATO GA and the WEST, 10:10 a. in. (upon arrival of 9:33 a. m. train from New Haven) WITH THBOIH G'AIl FOjR ALBAKY, arriv ing at 2:50 p. m. Arrives at Saratoga 6:26 p. m.; connecting at Albany with 3:10 p. m. Chicago Express,, arriving in Chicago at 8:00 the next p. m. Leave BRIDGEPORT at 5:00 p. m. (connecting with 3:45 p. in. Train from New Haven) arriving in Albany at 10:05 p. m., Saratoga 12:00 night. HETl ll Vl VG THRUl'GH CAR. leaves Albany at 6:40 a. m., arriving in Bridgeport at 12:30 noon. New Haven 1:10 p. m. Through Tickets sold and Baggage Checked at New Haven Passenger Depot for Pit tsfield and all Hous atonic Stations, North Adams, Albany, Troy and Sara toga H. D. AVERILL, General Ticket Agent. . L. B. STJLLLSON, Superintendent. Bridgeport, Conn., June 28, 1880. Je29 Railroad and Steamboat Tickets FOR SALE at Peck & Bishop s Express Office, 219 Chapel street. Baggage called for and checked from house a6 3m NAtGATUCK KAILEOAD. COMMENCING MAY 3. 188a Trains con necting with this road LEAVE NEW HAVEN AT .6:45 a. m. connecting at Ansonia with Milk Train for aieroury ana w lnsted. . 10:00 a. m. THROUGH CAR for Waterbury, Water! own and WinBted. 2:00 p. m. connecting at Ansonia with Mixed Train for Waterbury. 6:30 p. m. THROUGH CAE for Waterbury, Water) own and Winsted. 6:30 p. m. connecting at Ansonia with Special Train for Waterbury. FOR NEW HAVEN, LEAVE WTNSTED AT 6:00 a. m., 1:15 and 4.-30 p. m. X?? WATERBURY, 5:00, 7:10 and 10:20 a. in., 2:31 and 6:30 p. m. GEO. W. BEACH, Sup't. Bridgeport, May 3, 1878. myl8 New Haven andlDerby KailroadT Train Arrangement Com mencing May 3, 18SO. LEAVE NEW HAVEN, At 6:45 and 10:00 a. m., 2:00, 5:30 and 6:30 p. m. LEAVE ANSONIA, At 6:40, 7:55 and 11:35 a. m., 3:10 and 7:25 p. m. Connections are made at AnBonia with passenger trainB of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Haven with the principal trains of other roads centering tnere. E. S. QUINT ARD, Supt. New Haven, May 1, 1880. my3 Staiin's New HaYeTTrgnsportatTine Daily Except Saturday. - s-WZlhi Lcave New Haven from Statin's Dock BftEW-ttSStfcat 10:15 P- m. The JOHN II. 8TARIN, Captain McAJister, every Sunday, Tuesday and Thurs day. The EBASTUS COKNING, Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Returning, leave New York from Pier 18, foot of Cortland etreet, at 9 p.m., the STAKIN every Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, the CORNING every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The only Sunday night boat from New York. Faro, with berth in cabin, $1 ; with berth in state room, fl.50. Excursion tickets, $1.50. Fbee Coach leaves the depot at 8:10 p. m. Ieava corner Church and Chapel streets every half hour commencing 8:30 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage checked to Philadelphia. Passengers by Fair Haven and Westyille cars can stop at Brewery street, only three blocks from the boat. Tickets and Staterooms can be purchased at McAl ister & Warren's our up-town office, at the Tontine Hotel, and at 309 and 351 Chapel street. Staterooms for Sunday night boat can be obtained at W. A. Spaulding's drug store, 89 Church street. jy2. -J3- MliJ'EB, Agent, New Haven. NATIONAL LINE OF STEAMSHIPS!- BETVVEE.V NEW YORK, LIVERPOOL, QUEENSTOWN AND LONDON DIRECT. Sailins weeklv from Pier 39. North RIvat. Now York. Are amonff the laraest steamehina crossing the Atlantic. Cabin rates, $50 to $70 ; Excur sion, $100 to $120, outward ; Steerage, $26 ; Prepaid Steerage Tickets, $28. " Being $2 lower than most other Lines." Offices, 69 and 73 Broadway, New York. F. W. J. HURST, Manager. Agents at New Haven, BUNNELL & SCRANTON ! W. FITZPATRICK, A. McALIBTER, GEORGE M ' DOWNES. Ipotck United States Hotel. Olf EUROPEAN PLAN. Booms for one person, from 50c to $1.50. Rooms for two persons, $1.50 to $3.00. Elevator and all Modern Improvements. Cor. Fulton, Water and Pearl Sts., N.Y. J. L. Truman, Proprietor. "TEW YORK Elevated Railroad have a depot in Jt the hotel ; cars run every three minutes. Time to Grand Central Depot, 20 minutes. Restaurant open from 6 a. ill. until 9 p. m. selO ly E. G. Stoddard & Go. Receivers of Spring and Winter Wheat Patents, St. Xouis and Michigan Straight IFlours. For sale in car lots, direct delivery, at mill prices. 306, 308, 310, 312 STATE ST. bo8 Elias Strong", entist. Ret nf Tftpth 11IY Tflflth AitrnMn '", t. --.V WiLilUUL JMUIt fill UICJallVUB WZax loll k ecu uenusis euppiiea wuu uoia t oil, rent. Wanted, young man to learn dentistry. .nm nm en t (lieu in rnAnu ana PRIME BEEF, MUTTON, liamb and Veal. SPRING Chickens and Fowls dressed to order. "S9 Ualibnt, Mackerel, Upanish Mackerel, Bea Baas, Blacknsb, Flatfish, Blueftsh, Codnsh, Haddock, Eels, Lobsters, Oysters, Round and J ong Clams. Salt Mackerel, No. 1 Bloater Mackerel. Pickerel. halmon. Choice Sugar Cured Pork Hams, Shoulders, Break ist Baeon, Smoked and Dried Beef. Fulton .Market Smoked and Piokled Beef Tongues. vegetables and D'rult. New Sweet Potatoes. Watermelon. Omen Oltron Melons, very fine Peaches, Bananas, Pears, Apples, Green Corn, Lima Beans, &o. &c Tery tow prices for cash. JUDSON BROS. Packing and Provision Co., anT 505 and 507 State Street. Hothouse Oranes. WE shall -oiler Hothouse Grsiies for sale Ihls morning. .