Published by "CARRnJGTOir & CO.
THE LARGEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IX THE CITY.
OFFICE 40O"STATE STREET.
NEW HAVEN, CONN., THURSDAY HORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1880.
Price Four Cents.
J. N. ADAM & C
Whose place of business
Have now on hand the largest and best stock of Silks and
Dress Goods they ever showed.
especially they distance conipetition,whether as to quan
tity of stock, or value at the various prices. A mere
glance at their stock will show that they carry more silk
than any other firm, and the
years has made it an accepted fact that they always give
the bestalue. They have at
sortment of COLORED SILKS, BLACK and COLORED
SATINS, SILK SERGES and BROCADES, SILK NOVEL
TIES, VELVETS and PLUSHES.
Their Dress Goods stock is also replete with all the la
test novelties and most fashionable fabrics, the prices be
ing in every case as low as can be named anywhere else,
and in many instances lower.
CASHMERES, CAMEL'S HAIRS, PLAIDS, a splendid
assortment; FLANNEL SUITINGS, every grade and
CLOTHS AND CUAKDBS.
That prove a protection from damp pave-
amepts are better
P Ladies' Cork Sole ' Common Sense" Boots,
sold this season by W. B. Fenn & Co., have the beauty of
utility, are light on the foot, and absolutely waterproof
at the sole.
A COLD WIND from the north brought us Ladies' Quilt
ed Puff Lined Slippers, warm as an old fashioned church
READY FOR IT Our Basement Is filled to repletion
with every style Ladies', Gentlemen's, Misses' and Chil
dren's Rubber Goods. The stock with few exceptions
was purchased before the advance.
N. B. Our last job lot, four hundred pairs of Ladies'
American Kid Fine Button Boots, one dollar and ninety
five cents ($1.95.)
WALLACE B. FBI
Of French, English and Scotch Saltings
OF the latest importations, and at extraordinary
low prices. Our style of making and trimming
well known In this vicinity. A perfect fit is guar
anteed every time. You are respectfully Invited to
L. IT. FREEDMAX'S,
NO. 92 CIIURC1I STREET.
. ETC., ETC. ;
Frank S. Piatt,
396 and 398 State Street
is now so well known as
ire of n Ilium.
experience of the last six
present a magnificent as
dam & Co
than a ''pound of cure."
H91 AND 5403 CHAPEL STREET.
LOUIS S. MASON, Grocer,
748 STATE STREET,
IS making improvements Is his store, and is pre
paring to meet demands for the fall trade, with
additions to his stock, and offers a large assortment
of Crockery, Mason's Jars in qta and pta, Yellow Ware,
fiockingham Ware, Flower Pots. Brushes, Brooms,
Wooden Ware, Elastic Starch, Arbuckle's Coffee, For
eign and Domestic Pickles, Chow-Chow, Kennedy's
Biscuit, Flavoring Extracts, Canned Goods, Jellies,
Shelf Goods of all kinds, Teas, Coffees and Spices,
Confectionery, Fruits, Nuts, Grapes, Meats and Vege
tables, Sweet Watermelons and Citron Melons, and
other goods too numerous to mention, usually kept in
a first-class store, and all at satisfactory prices.
LOUIS S. MAKOW
748 State Street, near Bradley.
DBS. O'SUIil VAN & BOSE, Veterinary Bur
geons, graduates of the London and Ameri
fTf. can Veterinary Colleges. (The only qualified
surgeons in New Haven.)
Office and Hospital, 315 CHAPEL STREET.
Hours of attendance, 8 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Telegrams and messages by post promptly attended
to. dl7 ly
Tontine Livers Stables
WE are prepared at short notice to furnish
the best Carriages, either close or open, for
Balls, Weddings and Christenings.
It is our intention to have sood Carriages
at the depot and on boat landinge when needed.
Grateful for the liberal patronage in ,tb- past we
hope by strict attention to the wants fr .: -. t patrons
to merit a continuance of the favors of v public
BARKER at RANSOM, Proprietors.
W. S. Lanohok, Foreman. nT
IT is now twenty-nine years since we commenced
the preparation of this article. Their truly val
uable medicinal properties, in cases connected with
the stomach and nervous system, their exquisite taste
as a cordial, and agreeable effect as a tonic are readily
acknowledged by all who have used them. In fact,
Hall's Bitters stand unrivaled, and their pre-eminence
over all newly started and much advertised Bitters
will be striking to mny one, after a fair trial and com
parison. We should be pleased to show them.
ap2A E. E. HALL, 250 Chapel Street.
Wm. A. Wright,
. ATTORNEY AT LATY,
ROOMS 3VOS. GTOO,
No. 153 Church St, cor. of Court
AUGUSTUS A. BAM '
ORNAMENTAL. IRON RAILING WORKS
16 AUDUBON STREET. NEW HAVEN. CT.,
MANUFACTURER of Iron Fences, Grates, Doors,
Stairs, Shutters, Balconies and Creatines, also
Proof Vaults, Iron Columns, Girders, Illumina
ted Tile, etc All kinds of iron work for public build
ings and prisons. Roof Bolts, Bridge Bolts, eta.
sua ly ' -
Carrlagres and Wagrons for Sale.
5 three second-hand Phaitons, Top Carriage,
shifting top, patent wheels; alao second-hand Wagons
of ail kinds promptly attended to and at
the Lowest Prloes. Carriages and Wagons btorad and
Bold on Commission.
l)a JX TOBIN, 10 H0WI STREET.
Call and Examine our Stock of
.I JaAi i
It is not Surpassed In the City.
IiOok at our "Anchor" and "Horseshoe" Hatracks, in Ebony and
A. C. CHAMBERLIN & SONS',
NOS. 388, 300 AND 30S STATE STREET,
n4 Five doors south of Court Street.
SOMETHING- NEW !
The Finest Thing in the LlarXiet.
Cloth Carriage Laps. -
The most comfortable and stylish
t ; ,- Goodyear Kubtoer Stores,
73 Church Street, cor. Center, opp. P. O.
93 Orange Street, Palladium Building:.
se23 . F. C.TUTTI..E, Proprietor.
L I E B J G G O M N . 1 8
? . li extract
XZr-- OF fvl EAT
JrbSS?" tJ FINEST AND
' Is a success and boon for which Nations should feel
grateful' See Medical Pre, Lancet. Brit. Md. JoHr.&c.
' Consumption in England increased tenfold in tn years."
To ba had of all Storekeepers. Grocers and Chemists.
Sole Agents for the United
ForCOUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, CONSUMPTION,
ana all .Diseases or tne
The most acceptable preparation in the known world. By adding to TOLU BOCK and BYE a little Lemon
juice, yon have an excellent Appetizer and Tonic for general and family use. The immense and in
creasing sales and the numerous testimonials received daily are the best evidence of its virtues and popularity
Pnt up in QyCART size Bottles, giving MORE for the money than any article in the
A TTnPTi"1r ION'T BE DECEIVED
f j f I J I I t F 111 yon common Rock and
the only MEDICATED article made, the Genuine
Extract from Report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue :
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF INTERNAL BEVENUeTT
Washington. D. C. January 26th. 1880. f
Messrs. LAWRENCE & MARTIN, 111 Madison Street,
Gentlemen : This compound, in the opinion of
SAM OF TOLU to give it all the advantages ascribed to this article in pectoral complaints, while the whiskey
and the syrup constitute an emulsion rendering it an agreeable remedy to the patient. Compounded accord
ing to the formula, it may properly be classed as a medicinal preparation under the provisions of U. S.
Revised Statutes, and when so stamped may be sold by Druggists. Apothecaries and Other Persons without
rendering them liable to pay special tax as liquor dealers.
xours itespectruny, signed) bt-jtcujun 0. hau m, uomnussioneTs
LAWRENCE & MARTIN, Proprietors, Chicago, 111.
And. 6 Barclay Street, New York.
Sold by DRUGGISTS, GROCERS and DEALERS everywhere.
Sold in New Haven by G. W. IH. Reed and by RICHARDSON & CO.,
who will supply the trade at manufacturers prices. au3ieod weowtf
CURE ! BACK AGHEi
And all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary
Organs by wearing tlfe
Improved Excelsior Kidney Pad
It is a marvel of Healing and Relief.
e, Sensible, Direct,
It CURES where all else fails. A Revelation
and Revolution in Medicine. Absorption or di
rect application, as opposed to unsatisfactory inter
nal medicines. Send for our treatise on Kidney
troubles, sent free. Sold by druggists, or sent by
mail, on receipt of price, 93
This is the Original and Genuine Kidney Pad. Ask
for it and take no other. Address,
The " Only" Lung Pad Co.
o26eodiwly DETROIT, Mich.
R. H. EDDY,
So. 76 State St., Opposite JKilby, Boston,
SECURES Patents in the United States; also In
Great Britain, France and other foreign countries.
Copies of the claims of any Patent furnished by re
mitting one dollar. Assignments recorded at Wash
ington. No Agency in the United States possesses su
perior facilities for obtaining Patents or ascertaining
the patentability of inventions. B. H. EDDY,
Solicitor of Patents.
"I regard Mr. Eddy as one of the host capable
and successful practitioners with whom I have had
official intercourse. CHARLES MASON,
Commissioner of Patents."
"Inventors cannot employ a person more trustwor
thy or more capable of securing for them an early and
favorable consideration at the Patent Office.
EDMUND BURKE, late Commissioner of Patente."
Boston, October 19, 1870.
R. H. Eddy, Esq. Dear Sir You procured for me,
in 1840, my first patent. Since then you have acted
for me and advised me in hundreds of cases, and pro
cured many patente, reissues and extentione. I have
occasionally employed the best age neies in New York
Philadelphia and Washington, but I still give you al
moot the whole of my business, in your line, and ad
vise others to employ you.
Yours truly, GEORGE DRAPER.
Boston, January 1, 188a jal eodly
The untold miseries that result
from indiscretion in early life
may be alleviated and cured.
Those who doubt this assertion
Bhould purchase the new medical
work published by the PEABODY
MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Boston,
entitled THK SCIENCE O'
LIFE ; or, SELF-PRES-ERVATIOBf.
tality, nervus uidphysical debility, or vitality im
paired by the errors of youth or too close application
to business, may be restored and manhood regained.
Two hundredth edition, revised and enlarged, just
published. It is a standard medical work, the best in
the English language, written by a physician of great
experience, to whom was awarded a gold and jeweled
medal by the National Medical Association. It con
ains bea utiful and very expensive engravings. Three
hundred pages, more than 50 valuable prescriptions
for all forms of prevailing disease, the result of many
years of extensive and successful practice, either one
of which is worth ten times the, price of the book.
Bound in French cloth ; price only $1, sent by mail
The London Lancet says : "No person should be
without this valuable book. The author is a noble
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
An illustrated sample sent to all on receipt of 6 cents
The author refers, by permission, to Hon. P. A.
BISSELJj, M. !., president of the Ni
Address Dr. W. H.
PARKER, No. 4 Bullfinch
Street, Boston, maea.
The author may be X XX JL T Hi l j I1
eonsulted on all diseases requiring skill and expert
Sailboat for Sale.
tjllGHTEEN feet long, eight feet beam, cat-rigged,
'J newly painted, all in sailing order ; price f.
Inquire at 38 CONQKESS AVE.
Ue tf ' "
R. F. Bnrwell,
Glebe Bailclimg, Cor. Church sad Chap
el Streets. 4
Boy Wntel with good refer-
a year in Avcnti. 0rSr imt m.
tt Sftot On jrwt . For terms a
OrtiSft... Warthm 19 n U4eH.Jfe.
-J. jL. -I ,1 Ji JL, gLfjE..,JS
thing - used. Call and see them at the
mdl DISHES & SAUCES.
CAUTION". Genuine GNIY with
State (wholesiile only), fae-sixnile of Baron Liebisr's Signa-
T.o,idon, KnEr'and. tnro in Bine Tiik acros3 Label.
rxiJtcoA.T ana iujnus.
by unprincipled dealers who try to palm off upon
Bye in place of our TOLU BOCK and BVE, which is
having a Government Stamp on each bottle.
this office, would have a sufficient quantity of the BAL
Cures by Absorption, Nature's Way.
1 11 LUNG DISEASES
All THROAT, DISEASES,
It DRIVES INTO the system curative agents and
It DRAWS FROM the diseased parts the poisons
that cause death.
Thousands Testify to its virtues.
YOU CAN BE RELIEVED AND CURED
Dont despair tuitil you have tried this Sensible,
Easily Applied and RADICALLY EFFECTUAL
Beznedy. Sold by Druggists, or sent by mail on re
ceipt of Price, $3.00, by
Tbe " Only" Long Pad Co., Williams Block,
Detroit, Mich. Bend for Testimonials and our book,
" Three Millions a Year." Sent free.
E. P. ARVINE,
ATTOBXEY AT LAW,
9 and 11, 69 Church St.
8. ARTHUR KABSBES,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
' 13 LAW CHAMBERS, NEW HAVEN CONN.,
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, for New York, Mas
sachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Illinois,
Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina,
California, Kansas, Rhode Island, Iowa, New Jersey,
Minnesota, Ohio, Louisiana, s c.
Collections made In all ports of the United Statee.at
lowest rates, through reliable correspondents, f 25tf
Ohas. S. Hamilton,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
T YALE NATIONAL BANK BUILDINa,
Corner Chapel and State Streets,
Notary Public New Haven, Conn.
OR SALE BY
A. a CHAMBEKLIN SONS,
Bill 8 2aw3m New Haven. Conn.
Immortelles, Pampas Plumes,
Fancy Baskets, Wire Work,
Funeral and Wedding' orders at
tended to with, dispatch.
H. E. TOWNSEND,
181 Chapel Street,
o!2 3m Below the Bridge
WM. D. BRYAN,
No. 127 Church Street,
DRESS AND BUSINESS SUITS
At lower prices than ever before. s36
A FRESH SUPPLY.
G-. L. Ferris, Druggist,
611 and 513 State Street,
THIS day we have Malaga and Catawba Grapes,
New Figs, Bananas, New Edam Cheese, Popping
Corn. Chestnuts, Fine Cigars, can be had at
109 Church Street. -
OdQ - SEBKELB CUKTISS,
. fn LUWSH PAP lg"
41 ia XL. i I i I.
TURKEYS AND CHICKENS AGAIN!
RECEIVED fresh this merning, a large lot of Tur
keys and Chickens, which is the first received
. Country dressed Turkeys. 18c. per lb.
Country dressed Chickens, 18c. per lb.
Fresh Eggs, 26c. per dozen.
Fresh country Butter, 85c. per lb.
Splendid Table Butter for 28 and 30e. per lb.
Good Cheese for 8, 10 and 12a per lb.
Delaware Sweet Potatoes 17c. per pic
Nice large Carth. Cocoanute, 6c. each.
Still selling Early Boss Potatoes in not less than 6
bUBh. lots at (Sac. per bush., delivered.
Everything at bottom prices for cash.
D. 91. Welch & Son,
Nos. 28 and 30 Congress Avenue.
Having on hand a number of the
above heaters, I will sell them, de
livered at my store at the foUowing
prices to close them out at once.
32 in. with galvanized case, 9 65
36 " " " $ 75
40 " " " " $100
44 " " " $125
No. 24 Brickset improved $115
26 " " - $140
' KVAX KVAXS,
I will fit in the above at bottom
prices if required. ol6
Bureau of Information
C COMPOSED of the following active departments,
j for the purpose of making surveys, plans ana
specifications, and making and carrying out of public
ana private contracts in any pare oz tne umsea ataies,
subdiviaea as loiiows :
Bureau of Civil
Bureau of Cou.struct.ion and
Bureau of Insurance and Re-Insurance.
Bureau of Business Firms and Supplies.
Bureau of Land and Emigration.
Bureau of Collections Mercantile and
The above Bureaus embrace the prospecting and
the drawing of plans, surveys and specifications, for
the construction of Water Works, Dams, and the
storage of water for any purpose, and the construc
tion of Wharves, Breakwaters, etc., including minor
BENJ. NOYES, Manager.
Office No. 203 Chapel Street,
my31tf Near Second National Bank.
D. R.V. G.
And all troubles arising therefrom.
such a :
Siclc Headache, Dis
Eating, Acidity of the
Flatulency, Zaver and
fe J he Back and Limbs,
It is the best Blood j
the World. Guaran-
Druggists to give per
faction or money
Try it. Our Vital
Tonic Bitters, the
pethcr in the World. Call for them.
D. R. V. C. Mfg. Co., Prop's,
SYRACUSE, N. Y.
New York Depot.
C. K. Crittsstoa, 115 Fulton Street.
A FVLil. SET OP TEETH. s.
Also higher grades of Teeth at nrices 25 rar ejsnt. low
er thar they can be obtained at any other nrst-elaes
dental ufflce in the city. All other operations in pro
portion. Office hours. 8 a. m. tn ft n m prf.t nt
iaf action or no charge made. o25
Jewelry ! Jewelry !
NEW GOODS. NEW GOODS.
id Established and Renowned Stand.
Cases Re-nlled and He-stocked. All Goods
of Choice Selection.
BEAUTIFUL Gold and Silver Watches of well
known and reliable makes. We can troarantee all
our goods to be as represented. Have sold to thou
sands in this and neighboring towns. Plain gold and
niegant atone Kings in great proluslfm. Look at our
Silverware Department before pure La elsewhere.
They are standard goods. Special a, .station, to
w aicn ana jewelry itepainng, and also to
Engraving in all its branches. The best work. All
are welcome to call and examine goods.
GEO. L. STREETER,
XO. 333 CHAPEL STREET.
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The rates charged for advertising are barely one
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one month in the entire list is $625. The regular rates
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Industrial History of the United States. Its Agri
culture, Manufactures, Mining, Banking, Insurance,
etc Agents make $25 to $100 per week. Send for
special terms to HENB BILL PUBLISHING Co.,
Established 1S47. Norwich, Conn.
Wit JIO PRESENTS,
free. Send address for
F. TarFKT. 2T School
A III MO Particulars.
street, Boston, Mass.
I'lie Voltaic Belt Uompany, Mar
Wrr.T. send their celebrated Electro-Veltalo Belts
to the afRlcted upon SO day. Trial. Speed;
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to them without delay. dMdswly
DR. G. F. PETERSON,
26 Elm Street Corner of Orange,
n30 " V - New Haven. Conn
' ' - FOB SALE,
AJEBSET BULL, 2 years old, nearly sclid color,
with white points aired by bull of 8. C. Colt's
stock; dam by Sncoesm, Inquire of or address
as33 Ofcrtt Fannington, Coon.
150 Are test, 50 grav
ity, water white, gives
a brilliant light Is
burning, and is per
fectly safe. Equal In
every respect to De
voe's or Pratt's Astral
OIL One trial will con
vince the most doubt
, fill mind. We agree to
r cheerfully refund pur
chase money if the
Monitor Oil fails to
give entire satisfac
tion. 25c per gallon
or 5 gallons for $1.00.
Delivered to any part
Oil and Lamp Store,
395 ana 397 State Street
Purity and Strength Guaranteed.
An experience of over thirty yemrs in the
manufacture of BAKING POWDER for
use in making SICI, F-11AISI ti FLOUR
warrants us in offering this as a PER
FECT HA KITS. POWDER.
For sale by
J. D. DEWELL & CO.,
233 to 239 State St., New Haven.
George V. Hecker & Co.,
Croton Flour MUls,
sel8 eod6t 303 Cherry St., N. Y.
Diseases of the poxufil orcanfl. recent or chronic,
are promptly cnrtM bv ;ui,.y Caviiis' Capsules;
uscl lor ot?r J." 1 .-.- l.y iho leading pfcyaiciana
of Europe and America.
Only Vegetable Compound that
acts directly upon the Liver, and
cures Liver Complaints, Jaun
dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos-
tiveness, Headache. It assists di
gestion, strengthens the system,
regulates the bowels, purifies the
blood. A Book sent free. Dr.
Sanfokd, 162 Broadway, N. Y.
rOB BALE B X ALL DBUSOIBTB.
PURE, RICH BLOOD. There Is no greater Blood
Purifying and Life Giving Principle in the world
of medicine than MALT BITTERS. It is a Perfect
Renovator of feeble and exhausted constitutions. It
enriches, nourishes, and strengthens the blood. It
solidifies the bones, hardens the muscles, quiets the
nerves, perfects digestion, cheers the mind, vitalizes
with new life every organ and process of the body. It
is so. because it strikes at the root of 11 debility
ENFEEBLED DIGESTION and IMPOVERISHED
BLOOD. Under itB energetic influence the stomach
is alive, the liver active, the kidneys healthy.the bow
els regular, and the brain at rest. What more is de
sired to preserve health and cheerfulness ?
Malt Bitters are prepared without fermentation
from Canadian Barley Malt and Hops, and are
free from" the objections urged against malt liquors.
Ask for Maltf Bitters prepared by the Malt Bitters
Company and see that every bottle bears the Trade
Mark Isabel, duly signed ana enclosed in wave lines
as seen in cut.
Malt Bitters are for sale by all druggists. (5)
THE GREAT BBVE RE3T05ATJVE.
A Blood, Brain and Nerve Food.
A sovereign cure in all forms of Nervous Debility,
Broken-down Constitutions, Heart Affections, Ver
tigo, Weakness of Kidneys, Bladder, and Urinary
Organs, Female Weakness, restoring Exhausted. Vi
tality, Vigorous Health and Manhood.
CURES all diseases arising from Alcohol, Tobacco,
Also, all forms of Nervous and Brain Dis
eases, such as Jjapse of Memory, Dizziness, Paralysis,
Neuralgia, Nervous Headache, Hysteria, Chorea,
Tremens, &c. , &c.
H you are affected with any of the above diseases,
or any other Brain or Nervous trouble, don't fail to
trv the famous
SHANNON MA li 1CK,
Chemists and Apothecaries,"
Bole Proprietors and Manufactvrerg,
No. 143 Xrnnibiill St., Hartford, Conn.
Sold by all Druggists. Send for Pamphlet.
Right This Way
FOR CHEAP LIVING',
1 4 LBS- Grftnloted Sugar for $1.
JVr Extra Southern Sweet Potatoes, fk.
Cruno rnes, 2oc 2a peck.
Honey, 12c per lb.
New Loose Kai&ins, 12c lb.
Extra fat Mackerel, 2c each, 15 for 25c.
Extra large Mackerel, 8c per lb.
Genuine Codfish, 5c per lb.
9 lbs. pure Leaf Lard, $1.
Best Sugar Cured Hams, 13c lb.
New Process Flour, $8 bbL
New Sugarhouse Syrup, 55c gaL
Self-Baieing Buckwheat, 25c per package.
J. H. KEARNEY,
o?ft Cor. Hill St. a. nil Congress Ave.
AN OUTRAGE !
T is an outrage to charge 38c and 40c per lb, for
Butter. We are selling a nice article at 25c per
lb., and the choicest York State Butter st only 32c.
A splendid barrel of Flour for $7.20, worth $8 every
day of the week.
uranojatea sugar, 10 lbs. for fi.
Pure Balcing Powder, 30e a. lb.
Best Oat Meal lO lb. bags 40c.
First quality Lard, ll per lb.
Good Teas 30c per lb., worth 40c.
Kerosene Oil, 14e per gal.
To nm enands and make himself generally useful.
New Haven Flour and Butter Store.
CO CROWN STREET.
- o30 A few doors below Choirh St.
Patterns and Models.
HAVING removed to 27 Artisan Street, where I
have competent workmen and increased room
and machinery, my facilities for making PATTERNS
AND MODELS of wood or metal are not surpassed in
the State. Drawings famished and experimental ma
chinery made to order.
N.w liaven, ct .
MALT AND HOPS
WE take pleasure In informing the people of this
city and the country at large that no better as
sortment of fine carriages can be found fn this State
wan can oe round at the Kepoaitory of 1
WM. H. BRADLEY & CO.
61 Chapel Street,
;(Cor. of Hamilton,) ;
and at prlcee that shall be satisfactory to purchasers.
We Have a Few
SECOND - HAND CARRIAGES
in good order and at low prices ; also, a few of those
nice 860 No-Top Piano-Box Bnreies. Please
call and select one if in want, as they will cost
Repairing: of all Kinds
Done In the best manner at reasonable prices by
WM. H. BRADLEY & CO
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Store is on the north side of Chap
el, between State and Orange Sts.
WHOLE HOUSE No.306 Whalley ave.; let Coor
I No.135 Henry street,?12.50 per month, all mod
Ill era improvements ; three new tenements on
'ongress avenue ; first floor on Newhall street, whole
house Lilac street, both near Winchester's armory :
second floor 61 Asylum street ; house corner Union
and Fair streets, 8 rooms ; whole house on Clinton
avenue, near Grand street, $15 ; two stores on Con
gress avenue, a good place for business ; an office to
rent, 63 Church Btreet ; a large room, third floor, for
iignt manuiactumng business, a good place for a tai
lor. Apply to A. M. HOLMES, 69 Church St.,
06 Boom 8.
Mortgage Loan, Eeal Estate, and
Fire Insurance Agency.
Cl E VEKAL fine residences for sale on Grand street.
Ikj Fair Haven. I am paying special attention to
the collection of claims. A good paying business in
n excellent locality i or sale.
Manufacturers should use the American Safetv
r usee juaicn.
The care of property and the collection of rents
snarpty attended to.
Best references furnished.
Office, 270 Chapel Street,
ol6 Room No. 1.
SMAIX ROOMS, cheap, for manufacturing
purposes, witn or witnout power. Apply cor-
ner Artizan and Court Streets, to
A. HATCH & CO.
Stores and Tenements
8T0RE No. 79 Congress avenue, one of the
best stands in the State for any kind of busi
ness : counters, shelves, gas. water, everything
perxect oraer : no money to lay out ior fixtures
rent very low.
Also Store No. 67 Congress avenue you can hire for
almost anytnmg you oiler.
Also twenty Tenements, centrally located, ranging
from one room to eigne
Kents very low.
None but respectable and responsible parties need
Are. or 36 Broad St.
First-Class Residence for Sale.
t OWING to a contemplated change in business
location the ensuing fall, I offer my residence,
corner of East Grand and Ferry streets, for
sale. 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 tube.
Large bam and carriage house ; accommodations for
five horses ; gas an'd water : room for man. Large
hennery and aarden. Parties meaning business can
apply on the premises.
myai ti r K.&vjzmjj w. bakuuuk..
i A DESIRABLE Furnished Boom will be
I) rented to one or two gentlemen. Call at
ll 26 iXM STREET.
my!3 tf Corner Orange.
g& BRICK BUILDING, with engine in good or
:LuJI der, with or without bam; possession anytime.
Sh ill ANDREW MARTIN.
f23tf 19 Pearl Street
m BUILDING LOTS on NicholL Eagle, and both
sides of Nash street ; 400 feet in one place ;
price low : terms easy.
f 23tf 19 Pearl Btreet,
B. H. JOHNSON,
Real Estate and Loan Agent
Office, 487 State Street.
A Nice House and Large Lot on Eld street at
Good Cottage House on D wight street at much
ess than it is worth.
A fine place in Fair Haven and several other places
for sale vary low.
Some good Shore Property in East Haven and Bran
ford. For Sale or Rent Farms.
A very desirable Farm of 70 acres in Southington
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
For Sale at a Bargain,
f& First-class House, with modern
9 improvements, good lot with barn, situated
j on fine avenue, fronting on two streets, can be
seen at any time. For particulars, call at Room No. 6,
Hoadley Building, 4i Church street.
d25 tf Li. F. COIWSTOCK.
A NEW AND COMMODIOUS HOTJSE on
Sherman avenue, handsomely fitted with mod
em conveniences, and most pleasantly located.
Will be sold ata great bargain. Inquire at.
my 12 dtf THIS OFFICE.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
63 Church Street,
Money Loaned on Ral Estate.
Houses and Lots in all parts of the city for sale and
Bent. Rents and Interest money collectea.
CHOICE WATER FRONTS.
Savin Roc It Snore Property, 1,000 Front
Feet on Beach Street.
The most desirable on the shore, a beautiful grove
upon a portion of it. Fine water will be supplied
from the Artesian well to all purchasera. m&Ving this
particular location very desirable.
Seashore Cottages For Rent.
Fire Insurance Policies written in all first-class com
apQO LONG & HINMAN, Agtm.
Boston and New York Air
A SPECIAL meeting of the Boston and Sew York
Air Line Bailroad Company will be held at the
Common Council rooms in the City of Middletown,
Connecticut, at 1 o'elock p. m., on Thursday, the
jourth day of November. 18ti0, to take such action as
may be deemed expedient as to authorizing the issue
of the bonds of the company to an amount not ex
ceeding $500,000. and the execution of a new mort
gage of all the property and franchises of the com
pany to secure the same, (said bonds to be used solely
in retiring the existing issue of $500,000 mortgage
bonds of the company, which have been called in),
and to do any other proper business incidental thereto.
By order of the executive committee.
Q25 lot T. It. WATSON, Secretary.
MRS. B. CO UN
Pay. tne Highest Price for X.auliesr aad
Ctomtlemen's Caat-otr Ciotxtittg, Cavrpets,
Baddiag. Please Notice
No. 17 GRAM) STttEET,
car lm New HstTeat, Cu,
journal attfo Courier.
EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY
CABBDJGTON & CO.,
Pfo. 400 State Street. Courier Building,
JOHN B. CABRIHGTON.
BXWABI T. CABRZKOTON. JOHN B. CAJIRINGTON, JH
Thursday Morning, Not. 4, 1880.
THE DUTY OP THE REPUBLICAN
The New York Times opportunely points
out some of the great responsibilities which
the Republican party takes upon itself.
will, says the Times, be if duty to complete
the readjustment of the national debt, that its
burden may rest as lightly as possible on the
people ; to reduce taxation at every available
point ; to remove the inequalities which now
exist in the operation of much of our fiscal
legislation ; to make the currency wholly and
permanently sound. It will be its duty to
correct the evils which have crept into the
civil service, to perfect the divorce which has
been undertaken between that service and
partisan politics, to remove all just complaint
In any section that the national government
is partisan, to attract to the government the
upright men of all parties by its purity, in-
tegrity, impartiality and efficiency. If it
hopes to reap the full fruits of the beneficent
victory it must administer the government in
the spirit in which the people voted the
spirit of intelligent and generous patriotism.
of fidelity to the highest aims of free govern
ment, of jealous devotion to the equal rights
and best interests of the whole people.
There is one very important duty of the
Republican party which the Times does not
specifically mention, and that is the duty of
trying to remove some of the dangers to
which this country is exposed by reason of
popular ignorance. The last platform of the
Republican party declares that "The work of
popular education is one left to the care of
the several States, but it is the duty of the
general government to aid that work to the
extent of its constitutional power. " General
Garfield wrote in his letter of acceptance
' 'Whatever help the nation can afford should
be generously given to aid the States in sup
porting common schools." The facts lately
presented by President De Forest of Talladega
college, show the tremendous needs of
the South. There are in the fifteen
southern States from Virginia and Missouri
to the Gulf of Mexico, 4.617,734 persons of
school age, of whom 3,531,069 are unable to
read, and only 1,377,239 attend school. The
men who are beyond the school age have had
no better privileges than the children now
have, and the prevailing ignorance accounts
in a great measure for the almost utter bar
barism which prevails in some sections.
General Grant has emphasized again and
again the necessity of a reform in the South
which will give every man an opportunity to
cast his vote and have it counted honestly,
but such a reform will scarcely come about
until the masses of that section are sufficient
ly intelligent to read their ballots and to com
prehend in some measure their rights and du
ties as citizens.
To this work of national education it is the
duty of the Republican party now to address
itself vigorously by such measures as can be
wisely and constitutionally devised. It has
no more important or pressing duty to per
Where are the Register's roosters ? Are
they keeping dark on account of the approach
of Thanksgiving ?
If.the white voters of the solid South will
now forsake scitonalism and the Democratic
party they will show wisdom.
Both the Republicans and Democrats are
now engaged in kicking Barnum. He richly
deserves all the kicks he gets.
Among those who have found an increase
of honor during this campaign is Joseph L.
Barbour of Hartford. His speeches have sur
prised those who knew him best and have been
enthusiastically admired wherever delivered.
He will be in great demand in the next cam
paign if he is alive and well.
Captain George M. Harmon, chairman of
the Republican State Central Committee, is
entitled to all the praise he is receiving for
his management of the campaign which re
sulted so gloriously. He has been discreet
and energetic, has known what he wanted to
do and lost no time in doing it. Few cam
paigns, if any, in this State have been con
ducted more skillfully, or with less waste of
time and labor. Captain Harmon has acquit
ted himself well in every public position he
has occupied and his political future seems
Whether the continent of South America is
rising or falling is evidently of great moment
to those who are expected to invest in Pana
ma canal shares. Dr. W. Weiss read a paper
before the Berlin geographical society at a
recent meeting, in which he advanced the
theory, founded on a comparison of observa
tions which had been made at the mouths of
rivers, that the continent is rising. The Isth
mns of Panama seems to be rising, and signs
of elevation are apparent on the north coast
of the continent.
Valleys are troughs of disease, says Dr.
Haviland in a paper read before the London
Medical Association. They are hot-beds for
rheumatism, which is often followed by heart
disease. The reason for this opinion may be
clearly seen. The fresh air, so important to
vigorous life, finds no easy entrance to these
pent-up localities. The winds blow over
them instead of through them, and emana
tions of all kinds cling to the soil instead of
being dispersed in the regions of upper air.
And yet the mansions of the rich are found
in these disease-breeding localities as often as
the cottages of the poor. But the simplest
sanitary laws are constantly violated by a
large proportion of the world's inhabitants,
and while people live in valleys, or low down
on river banks, or in damp, ill-ventilated
houses, or surrounded by varied forms of nn
cleanliness, the death rate will not lessen.
Speaking of Senator Eaton's scheme for
referring the tariff to a . commission of ex
perts the Boston Herald says it believes that
was conceded at the time that the measure
was brought up for the purpose of delaying
action, and not in good faith as a suitable
means toward a desired end. "It was advo
cated," says the Herald, "by men who, be
fore and since, have asserted that there was
not the least need of making a change in the
tariff. While it is certain that an impartial
commission would be of great service in a
work of this kind, it cannot be overlooked
that, in practice, the appointment of impar.
tial men would be all but impossible. A
commission made up of those who repre
sented protected interests would certainly
be unfair, for the chief desire for a change
comes from those who are bearing the bur
dens, but who axe receiving none of the ad
vantages of our present system of protec
tion." An accident on the steamer Livadia in con
nection with electric . lighting should be
borne in mind by those who are ignorant of
the tremendous powers of the electro-dynamic
machines. On the Livadia there were
eight engines of 15-horse power each, which
ran the eight dynamic machines. A Jab
lochkoff lamp was being hoisted in the stoke
hole, and a stoker was asked to support the
lamp for - a moment. - The electro -dynamic
machines were at work and the current com
plete. As ill luck would hare it, the man,
utterly ignorant of the dangerous spot in the
connections, placed his hands in such a posi
tion as to carry the curr nt from the lamp to
himself. His death was instantaneous.
What was remarkable about the dead man
was that. burial had to be immediate, as the
tissues of his whole frame were rent and
blackened. Electrio lighting is not necessa
rily dangerous, but ignorant persons should
be careful at all times in regard to handling
the wires or lamps. A minor accident to
those who wear watches ought to be remem
bered. Too near an approach to an electro
dynamic machine is pretty sure to put a
watch so much out of order by making the
watch-spring magnetic that the watch has to
The evils of juvenile smoking were recent
ly considered at a conference of Sunday
school and day school teachers in Manches
ter, England. Dr. Emrys-Jones, of the Royal
Eye Hospital, who presided, laid special
stress upon the injurious influences of tobac
co upon the sight, and said he was convinced
that the use of tobacco, say of half an ounce
a day for ten or fifteen years, resulted in se
rious injury to the eyes, and sometimes in
absolute blindness." Resolutions were adopt
ed setting forth that as physicians of the
highest eminence declare tobacco to be inju
rious to health and longevity; as smokers
smoke to satisfy the same artificial craving
which induces drinkers to drink ; as careful
statistical investigation Bhows that the smok
ing teetotaler is five times as liable to break
his vow as the non-smoking teetotaler ; as
smoking is an unmanly leaning on a solace to
care and labor, neither sought nor needed by
women, enabling the smoker to be idle with
out growing weary of idleness, tending to
take the ambition out of him, and to make
him happy when he should be miserable, and
content when his divinest duty is discontent ;
as it is almost impossible to smoke in an in
habited country without causing discomfort
or nausea to others ; and as, finally, the pas
sion for tobacco has been the cause of many
serious fires and disastrous explosions, pa
rents, teachers and all others who have influ
ence with British boys should warn them
against this barbarous habit both by precept
The polished stove which warms the room
Is blackest when its bright :
The head and limbs and mind of man
Are loosest when he's tight.
Although a man's name's ''Early,"
When he's dead they call him "Late ;"
Although a youth is scarce sixteen.
His ''score'B put on the Blate."
Sew York Dispatch.
"Brilliant and impulsive people," said a
lecturer on physiognomy, "have black eyes ;
or if they don't have 'em, they're apt to get
em, if they re too impulsive."
Nothing fills a tramp with more profound
emotion than to behold in the windows of a
gents' furnishing store articles labelled,
'Dogs' toilet brushes." New lork. Commer
Gently the stars those beacons that de
clare when morning is, and night their
beamlets fair dropt down ; and as he chewed
her dolman fringe, the gate fell in and lost its
leather hinge. Peuria Transcript.
A boarder who went off to Chicago for a
fortnight bade all his fellow sufferers fare
well, and then shook the tail of the mackerel,
with the words, "Good-bye, old fellow, I will
see you again when I come back. "
The writer for the press always has two
chances. One is that his matter may be
crowded out for want of room, and another
is that it may go in for want of something
better in its place New Orleans Picayune.
'Is this my train?" asked a traveler at the !
Kansas Pacific depot of a lounger. "I don't
know : but I guess not," was the doubtful "
reply. "I see it's got the namo of the rail
road company on the side, and I expect it
belongs to them. Have you lost a train any
The opposition boat went up the night be
fore, and had taken up the water with a blot
ting paper, so that every little while I had to
roll up my jmnts about nine feet and go out
into the channel and luff up on the starboard
watch of the barge with a jenny pole, and
bring her to so that she could find moisture.
Hill JSye, in, Denver i rtoune.
The following naive promise was offered as
an irresistible temptation to a fair young
maid : "I thank you," said she to her suitor,
but I can't leave home. I am a widow's
only darling ; no husband can ever equal my
parent in kindness. " "She is kind," replied
the wooer, "but be my wife, and we will all
live together, and see if I don't beat your
A couple of Galvestonians who have just
returned from a hunting excursion tell a
pleasant little incident of the trip near Rich
mond. They went up to the house of a far
mer to get some milk, and experienced con
siderable difficulty in getting the gate open.
One of the party said to the sturdy old Gran
ger : "We had a good deal of trouble getting
the gate open." "Yes," responded the Gran
ger, dryly, "I fixed it to keep hogs out."
That it pays to look under the bed before
you retire, if you are a woman, received
fresh evidence in Watertown recently. A
young lady there took a peep and was re-
warded witn a view or a man s boots, bne
immediately called her father, who promptly
responded with a gun and club, and, catch
ing hold of the rascal's feet, brought his own
boots to light. His daughter had worn them
on a berry expedition and had thrown them 1
there on getting home. He thinks if she nad
died when a child it would have been much
better. Danbury News.
Tlie Model Railway.
From the Bepublican
There is no link in the chain of railway
across the American continent, from the At
lantic to the Pacific Oceans, that has played
so directly an important part in that great
continental railroad, as the link of five hun
dred miles composing the Chicago & North
western Kaumiy, from the inter-continental
metropolis Chicago to the Missouri river
In starting westward from Chicago, it was
the pioneer to connect with the Union Pacific
railway: it virtually made the road practi
cable, and was substantially the father of it.
It thus earned its well deserved title, "The
Old Pioneer." That it in a measure exhaust
ed itself financially in its rapid and forced
construction across the then unsettled but
rich prairies of Illinois and Iowa, accounts
for the fact that it was for some time, as its
later day and would-be rivals smilingly put it,
a streak of rust." let its history, on a re
view, snows it to nave ever Deen, as to lime
and to absence of accidents, a "Cunard line"
for safety, speed and regularity at terminal
arrivals. This may be accounted for from its
hav ing less gradients and curvature than its
new competitors to Council Bluffs, at the same
time being the shorter or inside line. It
started its trains last from termini and arrived
first. It has ever been the most accommodating
for the through passenger, lhis much for
its past history.
The last two or tnree years, in its roadway,
its rail, its equipment, has witnessed the
most wonderful change of any road in the
East or West. It is now the 1 irst Class Kail-
road ; second to none, the equal, we think
the superior, of any, which justly entitles it
to the appellation, The ivioaei itauroaa.
Gravel ballast, .white oak ties, steel rails,
culverts, iron bridges, first-class engines,
coaches that are airy and elegant for comfort,
having Miller couplings and Westinghouse
Eteambrakes and attached to each train is one
or more of those marvels of splendor, the Pull
man Palace Hotel cars, in which the traveler
eats and sleeps in more Inayurious apartments
than old world potentates ever dreamed of.
The matchless track, the scientific equipment,
has won for this road, for its ease and com
fort, that mead of praise, the triumph of art
in railway travel. Its praises should be ever
sung in the far Orient, and especially those
near lands that owe bo much to the continent
al railroad Colorado, Nevada and California,
and the distant Occident that all may know '
of its well deserving of the public s patronage.
Quite in place will it be here to say, that that
much traveled, observant and skillful officer
of the United States Army, Major-General
Irvin McDowell, in passing Over it the other
day, on his way to San Francisco, was pleas
ed to fay of it : "It is the finest road I ever
traveled on, either in Europe or America."
The road has additional praises to those of
its excellence of construction, natural location
and perfect equipment, the esprit du corps
of its employes lends a charm in their care,
attention and gentlemanly deportment, which
adds the cap sheaf, grace, to its material ,
For the year past it was a road without a
terminal detention. Its greatly increasing
th.ough travel and immense way business,
will soon require a double track.
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