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VOL.XLDL Sep. 22, 1881. gull THE m miration Of TBS WORLD. Mrs.S.AillerTs , JVOOLD'S Hair Restorer 1 IS PERFECTION For RESTORING GRAY, WHITE or FADED HAIR to its youthful COLOR, GLOSS and BEAUTY. . It renews its life, strength and growth. Dandruff quickly removed. A match less Hair Dressing. Its perfume rich and rare. Sold by all Druggists. Established over 40 years. Enormous and increasing sales Throughout Europe and America. ZYLO BALSAUUU (mmi) A lovely tonic and Hair Dressing-. It removes Dandruff, allays all itching:, tops falling1 Hair and promotes a healthy growth with a rich, beautiful gloss, and is delightfully fragrant. Price Seventy-five Cents in large Class stoppered Bottles. Sold by all Druggist. UU31U1 ILL -35 Doses, r35 cents. A Mothers rem edy for sleepless and irritable Child' ren. Tne Recipe of Old Dr. Pitcher Free from Morphine, and not Nar cotic. Formula published with each bottle. For Flatulency, assimilating the food, Sour Stomach, Jf evenshness, Worms, and Disordered Bowels, Castoria has the largest sale of any article dispensed by Druggists. JJSH-TOMI A Perfected Purifier of the System. Tokio. "Increasing the strength, obviating the effects of debility, and restoring healthy functions. Websteb. For Indigestion, and Dyspepsia, the manv forms of Iiiver Complaint, Impure and Impoverished Blood, and Functional Derangements attendant upon Debility, and for Building up the weak, Ash-Tonic is doubtless the most prompt and certain remedy yet devised. In 1-2 11. bottles, 75 cents ; Six Bottles, $4- Accredited Physi cians and Clergymen, who may desire to test the Tonic, will be supplied with not exceeding six bottles, at one-half the retail price, money to accompany the order. Sold by Druggisje, and by D. B. Dewey & Co., 46 Dejefet., JN. y The most Powerful, Penetrating and Pain-relieving remedy ever devised by man. It soothes Pain, it allays inflammation, it heals Wounds, and it cures RHEUMATISM, Sciatica, laimftago, Scalds, Burns, Stiff Joints, Cuts, Swellings, Frost bites, Quinsey, Salt Rheum, Itch, Sprains, Calls, and Lameness from any cause. Sufferers from PATH IN THE BACK, Fever Sores, Eruptions, Broken Breasts, contracted Cords, Neu ralgia, Palsy or dislocated limbs ; and owners of horses, planters, me chanics, merchants and professsonal men everywhere, UDite in saying, that CENTAUR MNIBIENT brings relief when all other Lini ments, Oils, Extracts and Embroca tions have failed. Symptoms of ToriM urn Are a bitter or bad taste in the mouth, pain in the back, Bides or Joints, often mistaken for rheumatism, our stomach, loss of appetite, bowels alternative cos tive and Jax headache, loss of memory, with a pain ful sensation of having failed to do something which ought to have been done ; debility, low spirits, a thick, yellow appearance of the skin and eyes ; a dry cough, often mistaken for consumption. iTme and Doctors' Bills wi'i be Savd by always keeping Simmons' Liver Regulator in the house ; for whatever the ailment may be, an active, harmless and liorotiUly safe purga tive and alterative and tonic can nevt r Le out of place. It you lead a. Sedentary Lif e, or are weaken ed by the strain of your duties, avoid Stimulants and take Simmons' Liver Regulator. It la no Intoxicating Be vera ge to lead to in temperance, but will Invigorate like a glass of wine, and promote digestion, dissipate headacno, and gen erally tone np the system. It &ut be taken in the place of quinine or bitters of any kind The dose is small and its virtues undoubted. If yon Have eaten anything tittrrt of Di gestion, or feel heavy after meals or sleepless at night, take a dose of REGULATOR, and yon will feel relieved and sleep pleasantly. If yon are traveling in unhealthy localities, or food or water does not agree with you. A Dose of Keg-ulater will remove all ill effects. To correct Bad Breath. Sallowness of Com plexion, Languor, Dull Headaches, Piles, Desponden cy or Blues, a dose of SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR will act like a charm. Whoever yon are, wher ever yon are, or at any tttue tiiat you reel your system needs Cleansing, Toning, Correcting wiuiuui mieni rurging, or stimulating without Intoxicating, take Simmons' Liver Regulator. It will save your suffering ; it may save your life t has saved hundreds. aul7 dftwly MRS. LYDIA L P1HKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS., LYDIA E. PIN KHAKI'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND. Is a Positive Cure for all tliese Palatal Ooatplalai mmi Weakaseses ocoauaoa fmur Wat female pepalatiaa. It will cure entirely the worst form of Female Com plaint, all ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Uloera tion, Falllnfr and Dlsplacementa, axKttbe eonssqiient Bplnal Weakness, and la partlcolarly adapted to the Change of Life. It will dissolve and expel tumors from the uterus In an early tnj of development The tendency to can cerous humors there Is checked very speedily by Ua use. It removes falntness, flatulency, destroys all eravmg for stimulants, and reUeves weakness of the stomach. It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration, General Dehulty, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi gestion. That feeling of bearing down, caosing pain, weight and backache. Is always permanently cured by its use. It will at all times and under all circumstances act In harmony with the laws that govern the female system. For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex this Compound Is unsurpassed. LTDIsV K. PINKHAJCS TEOETABtl COM POUND is prepared at t3S and SSft Western Avenue, Lyiin,lCass. Price tl. Six bottles for ft. Sent by mail in the form of pills, also In the form of losenges, on receipt of price, fl per box for either. Mrs. Plnrham freely answezs all letters of inquiry. Bend for pamph let, address as above. Mention, thtm Fafr. Kofamtly shouM be without LTDIA . FINEHAJTB XJTVXR FTXX8. They cure constipation, biliousness and torpidity of the lire. Woentsper box. mr Sold by all Iragglst. B I C Y CLE S ! Kink on Dwiglit Street, near Whalley Ave. - Open dally, 9 . m. to 1 p. m., 1p.m. to 6 p. m. ana 7 p. ra. to 9 p. m., with a complete atook of Hew machines for sale and to 1 ! I :& 4u Rent bjr Ml. Daw or Hoar. jjrMeodU journal aiib Coitntr, Thursday Morning, Sep. 82. 1881. Jennie Cramer's Fate. Second Day orKvxdemce For the Defense The Drf Store Testimony Tne Wit mess Hafi, Ku aid the xrlwlna; Horse TMtimoBjr-Ufa. Michael Malley' Eti. - denee. , The defense, in the Malley eases was busy offering its testimony yesterday, and the trial will last a number of days yet. Detective Beilly was present at the court yesterday in readiness to be sent oat by Mr. Bollman for facts, in case any emergency should call for it. Drug Clerk Leyerzapf, of Blackman's drug store on Grand street, was recalled, being the first witness of the day. He produced the letter written by Mr. Fox to him, asking him to reproduce from memory the component parts of the prescription Jennie Cramer bought at Blackman's a few days before her body was found. ' Mr. Fox explained that this was to pave the way for the introduction of the prescription referred to. It will be recollected that the Justice ruled out the memorized prescription the day before. Jus tice Booth said he was not satisfied yet to admit a prescription from memory. Judge Blydenburgh held that now that the letter was admitted, and at call of the State the prescription which he should now offer must come in to complete the transaction. Mr. Bush argued against admitting a pre scription from memory. The Justice finally admitted the prescrip tion. Mr. Bollman said the prescription was of no weight in the case, as would in due time be shown, and gave the idea that it was for medicine for Jacob Cramers cough. George. W. Scrimgeour, another cleik at Blackman's, was the next witness Had worked for Mr. Blackman three years ; pre vious to that worked at Sargent s factory : knew Jennie Cramer by sight ; saw her in tbe store ; she was in the store two or three days before her death : Jacob .Leyerzapf, ir., waited upon her ; I don't know what he put up ; it was in tne middle of the forenoon ; am pretty positive it was Jennie Cramer. Albert Massure, conductor on the West Haven horse railroad, was called and testi fied that a woman that looked like Jennie Cramer's picture got off his car and got on again on Thursday, August 4th, near 12 o ciocK noon ; yes, this picture (shown wit ness) was like her ; think she had on a light dress ; she was in the car when it stood on Chapel street at the stand by the Green ; as the car came around the curve at the corner she spoke to me and I let her off ; she went around the corner by Snow's confectionery store out of my sight ; when the car got op posite bpauiding's drug store sue nauea me : she was then standing by the Chapel street crossing ; I stopped the car and she got on again ; I did not notice her after that ; there was no one with her ; I only went with the car to where I board, near Ward s corner. West Haven ; there was a Roman Catholic picnic at the Bock that day. Cross-examined : To Mr. Bush Am pret ty sure she had round trip tiokets to the Kock ; she seemed somewhat confused when she hailed me to get on the car again ; wit ness thought the clock Btruck 12 as his car passed the new depot, and he recollected that two priests were on the car and that one was reading in his prayer book as tbe car was going up i'ortsea street. - Mrs. Mary Flanagan was the next witness. Live on Adeline street ; husband is a file cut ter; was on Thursday, August 4, with a friend (Mrs. Colt) on a torse car bound for the Bock the 12 o'clock car : noticed Jennie Cramer on the car ; I was sitting on the same seat witn ner : there were two gentlemen be tween her and myself; witness described J ennie Cramer's attire as she recollected it; noticed nothing peculiar in her manner ; she rode to the foot of the Bock as far as the cars go ; I changed my seat on the way to the Bock to sit with Mrs. Colt ; Jennie sat in the same place all the way ; when she got off the car at the Bock I went up the path up the Bock and she hur ried oil to where some omnibuses belonging to a Westville picnic party stood ; she was alone ; we did not see her again ; we went to itaiiroaa urove at about 3 o clock and start ed for a car to come home at about 7. but did not get one till nearly 9 o'clock, there being sucn a crowd tnat day. Cross-examined Knew Jennie Cramer by sight only ; she was a noticeably pretty girl and a person in whom no one could be mis taken ; she was very white ; there were a great many persons at the Bock that day and we had some difficulty in getting home; when we were on the Bock there were a great many in bathing ; she might have taken an early car back ; X couldn't have seen her ; read de scriptions of her dress, but am sure what it was, for 1 looked at it. "Look around and see if anyone in this naii 100KS nice Jennie Cramer did ?" said Mr. Bush. The witness obeyed and then, uointincr out a dark complexioned young man sitting on the end or one of tne benches, said : "That cen tleman looks like her in the face." The youth blushed. (Laughter.) "No lady here who resembled her?" the lawyer asked. "No, Bir." - Mrs. Samuel Colt, of No. 2 Adeline street. whoae husband is a steel cutter, corroborated Mrs. Flanagan. In describing Jennie she saia sue wore apamsn lace about ner neck, tne ends of which lace passed under her belt. She thought the Westville picnic at the Bock consisted of Germans, and that Jennie looked pleasant. She remarked about not seeing her atterwara. Adjourned till 2 p. ni. Afternoon Session. The first witness called in the afternoon was Mrs.; Margaret Eane. She testified as follows : "I reside in New Haven at No. 149 Chapel street ; I am a domestic at Mrs. Jill son's house ; have resided in New Haven about three years ; I remember Thursday, august 4 ; 1 was at noma all day ; 1 was home all day Friday, the 5th, until evening ; in the evening of that day I was at Savin Bock shore ; should judge I left home about half-past 7 o'clock ; went in a team ; think I reached the Bock about 9 o'clock ; went down to the grove to the fence near the fly ng horses ; when I got there I walked around with Mr. Schsler to the flying horses and the shooting gallery ; I rode on the horses about 9 o'clock ; I met Mr. Har well, Mr. Degnan and Miss Nellie Connors went to get on one of the horses and I slip. ped; a gentleman came and helped me on he was in his shirt sleeves ; while riding I became dizzy and halloed toJoe Marvin to stop the horses ; when I got off I saidr "0 ! my God, I am paralyzed ;" Mr. Degnan, who was riding with me, made some remark as I went to go away ; he got off about the same time ; the other parties were riding back of me in a box ; they were Mr. Has well, Nellie Connors and a gentleman I did not know ; they got off when I did ; I think we went to Hale's restaurant, but am not sure ; I had on the same dress and hat that I now wear. The dress was light color, light straw hat and wmte featber.J Where did you go from the flying horses 1 Think we went to see the ball game ; I may have inquired of , the keeper about it, but cannot tell. Yes, I am sure it was about 9 o'clock when I was on the fljing horses ; think we went to Hale's and had ice cream, but am not posi tive. Witness continued Did not see anybody tnat evening except tbe friends that 1 was with that I know ; I left the gentleman I met on the horses by simply saying good night ; he was fooling on the horses. Did he say anything to you while on the horses ? Yes, sir. What did he say ? Witness broke into a laugh and said she had rather the gentleman himself would tell what he said rather than tell it herself. She was excused from answering the ques tion. Witness continued Did not know Jennie Cramer ; no, I did not recognize her picture as having seen anyone like her at the flying horses. When did you first tell this story. About two weeks ago, when I mentioned it to the party that was with me ; they did not want me to say anything about it, as they did not want to be mixed np in the case. Cross-examination by Mr. Bollman. On that evening I left the corner of Chapel and Olive streets; Mr. Schensler came along while I was standing at the gats and said he was going to the "Bock"; I asked him to take me along and he . said he would ; after supper I dressed myself and started; we drove out to Westville directly to Jewell street; the house is No.. 40; I do not care to give the lady's name. Yes, it is a nursery for small children; I went on business. My husband's name is Thomas Kane, and he lives at No. 48 liosette street or did live there ; he is a blacksmith by trade ; I have a child at the Jewell street nursery ; it is seven or eight months old; after leaving there we drove out to Westville and then went to Savin Bock. It will be two years next March since I left my husband ; we have not been divorced. I have been acquainted with Joe Marvin for six or seven years ; don't know whether , he heard me or not when I told him to stop 1 the flying horses ; I have seen him since and he told me he did not see me on the horses that night ; I told him I thought it was strange that he did not see me ; I recollect of speaking to Mr. Schensler about the word "paralyzed" after I saw it in the paper ; it was Monday or Tuesday of the week follow ing the finding of the body ; I : called to mind that it was the language I used after seeing it in tbe papers ; X don't know wnetn r Mr. Schensler is a married or single man. Conbaninsr. witness said she was dressed now the same as she was when at the Bock on Friday, August 5th. Adam Schensler was next called. He said he lived at No. 10 Kossuth street ; I am a cabinet maker and work at Shoninger's ; I went to Savin Bock on Friday, August 5; I met Mrs. Kane when I came from work standing in the door and asked her how she was getting along ; she said all right ; she asked me where I was going and I told her I was coins home and then to the "Bock ; sue asked me if I could not take a friend with me and I told her I had no objection; I met her about half-past seven with a team and drove out to Jewell street, where I stopped a few minutes, and then drove to Savin Bock, go ing around by the way of . Ailing town : I hitched my horse . near the shooting gallery and then went over to the flying horses ; on the way Mrs. Kane met some friends and spoke to tnem ; then she went toward the horses ; saw Mrs. Kane run toward them and she slipped down, when a gentleman helped her up and she got on the horses ; don't know which horse she got onto, whether the inside or outside ; tne party on the horses were noisy and I heard Mrs. Kane call to them to stop the horses when she got down she said, "My God I am paralyzed" ; then we went over to the shoot ing gallery, then to the base ball grounds. The balance of the testimony did not differ materially from that of the previous witness and simply corroborated what she had said on her direct examination. On the cross-examination witness said he was a married man and bad three children; had been acquainted with Mrs. Kane for several years; knew her before she was married; had never been to Savin Bock before with Mrs. Kane either in a carriage or by horse car; I would not have taken her out this time if my wife had not been out of town. (Laughter.) Continuing, witness said he got his car- i-iaofl at Hale's stable : could not tell whether the carriage had a top or not ; cannot tell whether the horse was DiacK or Drown, dui think it was brown. Attorney Bush continued to examine the witness at consider able length for the evident purpose of testing the recollection of the witness. As . . 0 . . . 1 i ji. ji a rule ne adnerea to ms eviuence uu mo ur rect. Mrs. Michael W. Malley was next called. She said she lived at the corner of Winthrop avenue and George street ; I remember Fri day, the uth day of last August ; I was at West Haven shore on that evening ; think it was between 6 and 7 in the evening ; my hus band was with me ; we drove down in Mr. Edward Malley's team ; it was a dark horse think it was in the neighborhood of 8 o'clock when we got to the shore, and we got home about a quarter past 9 ; I did not see James or Walter Malley at the shore on tnat even ing. On the cross-examination witness said she did not get out of her carriage ; stopped at Hinman s and went no further; we went down by the west shore and back the same way ; did not stop anywhere on the shore but at Hinman's. Be-direct I was dressed in white on that evening, and wore the same hat that I now wear. It being past a o'clock Justice Booth order ed an adjournment of the hearing until Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. Itching Piles. Symptoms and Care. The symptoms are moisture, like perspira tion, intense itching, increased by scratching. very distressing, particularly at night, as if pin worms were crawling in and about the rectum ; the private parts are sometimes af fective ; if allowed to continue, very serious results may follow. Dr. Swayne's All-Heal ing Ointment is a pleasant and sure cure. Also, for tetter, itch, salt rheum, scald head, erysipelas, barber's itch, blotches, all scaly, crusty cutaneous eruptions. Price fifty cents, three boxes for $1.25. Sent by mail to any address on receipt of price in currency or three cent postage stamps. Prepared only by Dr. Bwayne & son, 330 Worth Sixth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Sold by all prominent druggists. Swayne's Pills are the best for all bilious disorders. They ward off chills and fever. ma21 d&w eow 4p ly State Correspondence. The Guilford canning factories are em ploying one hundred and hfty hands, men, women and children, and are each turning out from 14,000 to 18,000 cans of tomatoes daily. The fruit is of excellent quality, is ripening rapidly, and owing to the long con tinued dry weather the crop will not be as abundant as it was the two previous seasons, and it will ue narvested at an earner date. Arrived on the 19th schooner Menuca tuck, Captain John Seward, with iron to Spencers and coal to Captain B. Crampton. The sloop Madgie, Captain F. Parmelce, is loading with canned tomatoes from the Sachem's Head Canning company, and will sail for New York as soon as loaded. Mrs. Almira, widow of the late Guernsey Kelsey, aged 71, died at iiast Iiiver Septem ber loth. The funeral of the late H. B. Washburn was attended at his late residence, Wildwood, this afternoon at two o clock. The bells of our churches tolled for half an hour and flags were displayed at half mast soon arter tne reception of the news of Pres ident Garfield s death. September 21. Importaat When you visit or leave New York city, save baggage expressage and carriage hire, and stop at the Grand Union Hotel, opposite Grand Central depot, 450 rooms, fitted up at a cost 01 one million dollars, reduced to $1 and upwards per day. European plan. Ele vator. Bestaurant supplied with the best. Horse cars, stages and elevated railroad to all depots. Families can live better for less money at the Grand Union Hotel than at any other nrst-class hotel in the city. Flies and Mosquitoes. A 15c. box of "Bough on Bats" will keep a house free from flies, mosquitoes, rats and mice tne entire season. Druggists. See Here. You are sick ; well, there is just one remedy that will cure you beyond possibility of doubt, if it s liver or kidney trouble, con. sumption, dyspepsia, debility. Wells' Health Kenewer is your hope ; $ 1, druggists. Terrible Loss or Life. Millions of rats, mice, cats, bedbugs, roach es, lose their lives by collision with "Bough on Bats." sold by druggists. 15c. boxes. Walnut l.ea.f flair Restorer. It is entirely different from all others. It is as clear as water, and, as its name indi cates, is a perfect Vegetable Hair Bestorer. It will immediately free the head from all dandruff, restore gray hair to its natural color, and produce a new growth where it has fallen off. It does not in any manner affect the health, which Sulphur, Sugar of Liead and Nitrate of silver preparations have done. It will change light or faded hair in a few days to a beautiful glossy brown. Ask your druggist for it. Each bottle is warranted. Chas. N. Cnttenton, New York, and Geo. C. Goodwin & Co., Bos ton, wholesale agents. st lyd&w One Moment, Please. When winter is passing into summer, and summer into winter again, your health should be especially looked to. The humors which have accumulated in your blood should be cleansed away and yoar system toned up to guard against bilious fever, or other sick ness peculiar to the change of season. Dr. David Kennedy's '.'Favorite Bemedy" will do this for you. Get a bottle now and begin using it at once. A long fit of sickness and a long doctor's bill maybe the penalty of neglect. If your druggist hasn't it write to the doctor at Bondout, IN. x. Price $1.00. s912d2w4p - A Cragh, Gold or Sore Throat Should be stopped. Neglect frequently results in an INGCBABIJS JLUNO DISEASE OB CONSUMPTION. BBOWN'S BBONCHIAL TROCHES do not disorder the stomach like cough syrups and balsams, but act dibeotlt on the inflamed pasts, allaying irritation, give relief in Asth- ma, Bbonohtits, coughs, Catabbh and the Thboat Tboublbs which Singers and Pubuo Speakebs are subject to. For thirty years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been rec ommended by physicians, and always give perfect satisfaction. 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Hearing of some of the remarkable cores effected by Dr. Clark Johnson'B Indian Blood Syrup, I called on an Agent and procured a bottle, and it has done me more gooa zor aizzlness than any otner xneaicine that I have ever neel. I would re cod mend all afflict ed to give it a trial and be convinced. JOHN MOUH. "Lakes villH. Litchtield Co.. Conn. I have used Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Syr up for sick headache, and it effectually relieved me. l recommena 11 nigmy. jxuta. nmuiHuui. Bristol. Hartford Co.. Conn. I have used Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Syr up for neuralgia in the face, which greatly troubled me. and a snort trial gave me immeoiaie renei. MRS. WM. BRAD 8 HAW. Norwich. Conn. Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Syrup has cured me of dyspepsia and indigestion, and I can therefore recommend it with confidence to those afflicted with like diseases. MBS. 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My little daughter, too, was cured of Fever and Ague." writes : " I paid $35 for quinine and doctors' bills, but got no relief till I tried your Asiatic Remedy, which cured me of Chills and Fever. I find it excel lent for the liver." Ask your Druggist for Asiatic Ague Cure. fyh-sftlebv A. F. Wood, James Olmstead, and John H. Slock, Druggists, New Haven. au!8 ThSaTuSm IBB a week in your own town. Term sand V outfit Ifree. Address H. Hallett ft Co.. Portland. Ma. r a nrper day at home. Samples worths free I Address Btixwon & Co., Portland, Maine. J Pill li Illl ii 1 1 niiii 1 I HUU OPENING OF IN CONNECTICUT. After Months of Labor Now Able to SAT1D As the opening day of our New and AY, cupying the site of our old stores, with which the people became so fa miliar during the months of April, The old building has been remodeled, rebuilt and enlarged, until barely a remnant of it remains. The efforts in our behalf of the Archi tects, Messrs. Brown and Stilson, and of the Builders, Messrs. Brown and Clarke, have been most satisfactory, and to them is largely due the fine appearance our store presents. fect, each department being complete in itself, independent and sepa rate from the others. The Boys Department is very conveniently ar ranged, weU furnished and exclusive A better lighted store it would be it has no superior in this country. We shall open with a large and remarkably complete stock for all ages and sizes, which has been most carefully manufactured for this store, and with our unexcelled facilities for manufacturing our own goods we feel assured that our prices than those of any other clothing firm To one and all we extend a hearty at our opening, or as soon after as may be found convenient, and in spect the store and its contents. Experienced and gentlemanly sales men, in numbers sufficient to insure ing. CKLONGLETiCO. 101, 103 and 105 Church St, se!3 eod&ws A Large and Varied Assortment of AT BOTTOM PRICES. WALTER S. WELTON, ae2 tf We have received our full stock of Fall and Winter Suitings, Overcoatings and Trouserings, to which we invite inspection. L. H. FREE OMAN, 92 Church Street. Th Salvator for Invalids and the Aged. An fneomparable Ailment for the Crowth and Protection of Infants and Children. A Superior Nutritive In Continued Fevers, and a Reliable Remedial Asent In all Diseases of the Stomach and Intestines. Tl luatl-r celebrated Dietetic Preparation. in composition, principally the GLUTEI de rived from tM WHITE WINTER PLTUT W UIAm OTCTI 'RAT. xn1d e-vtT&st tTiA Inran. tion of an eminent Chemist. It has not only been hifhlv neammended n certified to hv a number of Chemists and Physicians - -representing a Yery hifh degree of medical science --as the SAFEST, MOST ACCEPTABLE AND RELIABLE FOOD FOB. THE QEOWTH AND PB-OTECTIOK OP INFANTS AND CHILDREN, and for Mothers lacKing Sufficient Nourishment for their offspring. Unlike those pr2arationa made from animal or vtuoiup msi.Lcr, wmoa are .ubdio to mmuisia t-JiC brain and irritate the digestive organs, it embraces iix nm eiemfHHary composition That which makes strong Bone and Muscle, That whloh makes good Flesh and Blood, mat wnion is easy or Digestion--never constipating. That which Is kind and friendly to the Brain and that which aots as a preventive of those Intestinal Disorders Incidental to childhood And, while it woald be difficult to conceive ot anTthinir in Pood or Dessert more Creamv or dp- licious, or more Nourishing and Strengthening as au aunsut ui -r evm. ruimuiiai vumpiajmg. Dyspepsia and General Debility, its Bare Medicine; Excellence in all Intestinal Diseases, especially iai Dysentery. Chronic Diarrhoea and Cholera Infantum, HAS INCONTESTABLE PROVEN. To be Found at Iurants ! A CHOICE line of Diamonds, Rings and Lockets. A one asortment of Bol'ed Gold Bracelets rom 1.50 to $18 5a A large stock of Plain Gold Rings. Spectacles and Eyeglasses of every descrip tion at low price. Also a lot of useful things, suita ble for birthday and wedding preser-is. ggjj gg Church Street. TIIE LARGEST G STORE and Preparation we are Announce Elegant Store on Church Street, oc May and June last. The appointments inside are per from the Men's. impossible to find. In this respect will be found universally lower in the State. and cordial invitation to be present prompt attention, will be in wait New Haven, Conn. NO. 338 CHAPEL STREET. REED BIRDS, Philadelphia Sqnabs, Rale Birds, FRESHBEEF TENDERLOINS. Frisbie & Hart, SO and 352 State Xtrrrt, Seasonable Goods. New Crop White Beans. New Crop Malaga Bal ins. New Crop Valencia Balsins. New Catch No. 1 Mackerel. New Packing Oregon Salmon. New Packing Cal'f rnia Fruits. New Crop Carolina Bios.- Fresh ground Hecker's Buckwheat Floor. Fraab made Jasper Syrup. Just received and for sale bj J. D. DEWELL & CO., Wholesale Grocers, i33 to S13S Sta.ce Street. BENCH CLOCKS. A Very Large and Complete L.ine, With and Without The Cathedral Strike The Calligraphic Pen SWholesalelandSRetail. lONSONl NO. 274 CHAPEL STREETS my8 SEASONABLE. STRICTLY V".o, ui u.u propalng Olatrry Bum, Cherry Brandr, Blackberry Wine, B ck terrar Br.ndT imported in whole and half hntt'ji. Peter Heering'a Copenhagen Cordial. jy It, U. HAIiti SON, SEPT E. P. ARVnSTE, ATTORNEY AT IAW, Booms 9 and 11, 6 Church St. aula Okas; S.iHamutoiu Attorney and Counsellor at Law, T YAM NATION At BANK BOTLDIHQ, Corner Chapel and State Streets, . . Hotary PabUs. New Haven, Conn. epAtf ' 8. AKTHUR JIAKSDEN, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 18 LAW CHAMBERS, NEW HAVEN CONK., OKMISSIONKB OF SEEDS, for Haw York, Has. J saohnaetta. Michigan. Pennsylvania.. Illinois. Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, California, TTitisss, Rhode Island, Iowa, Maw Jersey, hi lllllnains, unio, iQnisiana, ao. OaUeotionsmade In all parta of th United States, lowest rates, threoffh reliable correspondent, fafitf $Kd Estate. $20,000 to Loan at 5 Per Cent. HINMAN'S REAL ESTATE AGENCY, 63 atmrch Street, OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE. Money Loaned on Real Estate. Houses and Lota In all oarta of the oitv for sale and Banc rants ana interest money oollectea. SavwlB Hoc It Snore Pronertv. l-OOO Front Feet OB Beach Street. The most desirable on the shore, beautiful greve upon a portion of it. Fine water will be supplied from the Artesian well to all pnrohasera, making this particular location very aeairapie. saiuer uoTMvge r- or neat. Fire Insurance Policies written In all first-class oom panlea augft XjUfif s uinisAn, Agta. $50,000 To Loan At 5 Per Cent. TWO Furnished Houses to rent. Other Houses and Tenements to rent. Houses and Farms for sale or exchange. We take charge of Real Eetate, collect interest. rents, and tupertntend repairs. H. P. HOADLE V, Real Estate Dealer, aulS 1 Hoadley Building. JOSEPH 80NNENBEBG, Real Katate and Kxchaags Broker 238 CHAPEL STREET. ALL kind of American, Spanish and European Bonds bought and sold. Highest prloes paid for mutilated currency, old oux ana silver coin. JOSEPH SONNENBEBO, o3l 338 Chapel Street. B. H. JOHNSON, Real Estate and Loan Agent Office5477 State Street. FOR SALE. A Kioa House ud Large Lot on Eld street at a bargain. Good Cottage House on Dwlght street at mnon than it Is worth. A fine place in Fair Haven and several other places for sale very low. i (Some good Shore Property in East Haven and Bran- xora. For Sale or Rent Farmg. A very desirable Farm of 70 acres in South tngton Win be sold low to close an estate. A list of rood Farms in other desirable locations. Oood rents in St. John and Greene streets, Fair Ha ven, ana oiuer pan ox uie oit-y. Wanted, $2,000 to $4,000 on good first mortgages! enrity ma30 OR. S-W. FISKJE, ThePopular Medical and. Business Clai: vovant. XXriLL not visit New Haven again until Sept. 10. TT and will then remain until Sept. 26th. The Dr. examines and prescribes for the sick with sreat success. He gives valuable advice on all business matters, either social or financial. He will tell yon if suooess or adversity awaits yon, also of journeys, loss es, absent friends, etc. All should consult him ; he is always reliafhe. Sittings for business affairs or examination of the si ok, $L Communications by letter upon business or health must contain $2, age, sex, a look of hair and stamp. Address Lock Box 1,253, Norwich, Ot. For further particulars send a stamp and get a circu lar. Bead what New Haven people say about Dr. Fiske : This is to certify that I have been sick for the past ten years, ana nave been treated by nearly every pay siclan in New Haven, also by three others in Concord, N. H. I can truly say that I have never received any permanent benent whatever until l appnea to xjt, Fiske. I have only been under his care two months, and have been greatly benefited, and am all the time rapidly improving. Also my daughter, Mrs; Sarah Clark, is nearly cured. She had been sick for nearly two years, unable to work. After only one month's treatment. I am happy to say, she is nearly cured. I am ready to answer to tne aoove statement, i am, truly yours, Mrs. BOWEN and Mrs. CLARK, who reside No. 18 North Street, New Haven. - This is to certify that I have been suffering with Liver and Kidney Diseases. Loss of Vitality, Weak Lungs, and Pa i n in the Head. 1 had the Cramps so bad that I could not work mnch of the time,but since I have put myself under Dr. Fiske's care, I have im proved rapidly and feel like a new man. My old com plaints have about all left me and I am still all the time gaining. am, truiy yours, WILFORD H. TALMAGE, jy27 dw 75 Lord Street, New Haven, Warranted to warm any house. Gr. W. HAZEL, NO. 13 CHUBUH STREET. Seasoned Hardwood, Cherry Black Walnut, Ash, Staple and Oak, also Mahogany Boards and Plank, at New York Prices. LEWIS & BEECHER COMPANY, 1110 Kast Water Street. AKDBEW tiOODMAN No. 88 2rown Street. NEW GOODS X JUST received, a very fine assortment of goods for the warm weather, and we cordially invite all to inspect our etocx or ancy and staple Groceries : Hacking' Sandwich Turkey. Huckins' Sandwich Chicken. Hackins' Sandwich Ham. Boast Beef, Corned Beef. Lunch Tongues. Fancy Jars Lambs' Tongues. Fancy Jars Spiced Tripe. Spiced Brook Trout. Potted Tongues. Potted Beef. Richardson & Bobbins' Boned Chicken. " " Turkey. Plum Pudding. Gelatine of Turkey Dressing with Truffled. " " Chfcken "2 Durkee's Salad Dressing. Antonia Leghorn Olive OIL Underwood & Co. Deviled Chioken. tt Turkey. Tongue.' " Ham. Huokin's Assorted Soups. Lea 6l PerrinTs Worcestershire Sauce. Anchovy Paste. Le Harchand Boneless Sardines. Russian Sardelle. Fromage de Brie Cheese in boxes to keep in warm weatner. ueiery sut, ueiery stance, uavia-isurguin Sardines, Spiced Anchovies, Pot Luck Anchovy. Fine Teas, Pure Coffees, New Process and Family Flours. Creamery and Dairy Butter. Fine Wines and Liquors, Sherrys and Porta, Rhine Wines, California wines. Angelica wines, uiarets, unampagnes, rencn Brandies and Cognacs. Call and examine our goods. uoous aeiiveroa au over tne ci.y. ANDREW GOODMAN, No. 88 Crown St., Near Music Hall 4 doors from Church street. jelS GOODMAN'S BUILDING. Yale Bureau of Patents. TRADE SIABE. Solicitor of Patents and Notary jruoiic. Time-Tried and Tested Old Reliable 38 Year. Experience ADVICE FREE. OWNER of 84 Patent and Trademarks. Author or O'Neill's new Trademark. Law of Maroh. 1880, the only valid law In the United States a Rood onv oi wis btate as witnin its jurisdiction. Office hours 8 to 1, from 1 to 7, from T to 10 p. m. lflsidence at the Tontine Hotel : Box 603. Washington, resident represeiitatiye hourly In th Patent Offloe ; Box in that city, 274. ANDREW ON KILL, Benedict Building, oor. Church and Center at. i?19tf . The New England 6AS MACHINE CO., Maaafaetarcn of RUTHVEN PATENT GAS MACHINE. Office, 63 Church Street. HEW HATEITi CONN. THE finest Gag in the world stt a- cost ot only 65c per l.OOO feet These machines tteMfesndttorsble. They are placed oataide of buildings in the ground, and do not affect irjuur ancs in the least. They are very simple in their con struction and require bnt little or no mechanical kill to manage them. The superiority of this gas over common coal gas is vary plain when the two are compared. A two-foot burner gives more light than a five-foot burner with coal gas. This remarkable machine Is so constructed that it makes gas only when etas is reaulred : consequently there is no pres sure upon the machine. The moment one burner is opened the generator sets to work instantly to make gas for that, and so on with the same results if five, ten or fifteen burners are opened producing at all times neither more nor less than Is actually required. These machines are in raooessfol operation in New Haven. New London, and surrounding towns, as well as in other States. AU orders promptly filled in the city or country.' The public are invited to call at our office and examine the gas produced by this machine. ; 1 JJ. hisulk, Jfres r. I-- i . H. C. LONG, Sec'y. jyl tf - FRANK 8EWABP, Treat. Artificial Teetb.. Our patrons can now find th iarsest stock to 8 sleet from ever shown u the city, and at prices to please everybody. Gold foil. Tin Foil. Amalgam. Bob ber, Teeth, and all materials need by dentistaat man. nfaoturers price list. ELIA8 STRONG, Dentist, y 4a Chnrch Street, opp. P. O. i-'Oit SAX!;, A DESK. OonDter, and Safe, suitable for bUBiners DorDOses. ail in flrsfe-elass order : most be sold fjnme 1 lately on account of removal. Inquire at Hit bi at- orixavDfeiw bum d trees. - New Haven and Northampton ixaiiroaa. THROUGH THE HOOSAO TUN MM,. ft Dally Trains from N.Tork to Jf o. Adam. 3 DailyTraina fromSi.Y'.toVVilliamsljnrgta LT New York, 8:00 a. m. 1:00 p. m. 4:00 p. m. jnw naven, n:iu a.m. iw.2t 0:20 euu . bT New Sork time. .. PUhaTllte, 8-.18 11:94 i :S8 - 7:15 Weatflel, :M 12:23 m. S:43 8:25 " Northampt'n 10:03 13:54 " 8:14 " 8:68 " Ar. N.Adama 12:0S " 3:25 " 10:30 " .GOING SOUTH. IiT.H.Adama, 9:40a. m. 11:65 a. m. 4:20 p.m. Northampt'n S:4S a.m, 11:31 " 1:3- p. m. 5:50 " Weatneld, 7rtM ' 11:55 2:05 :23 " Plalnville, 8:84 " 12 58 p. m. 8:16 " 7:80 " Ar. w. uaven w.o-i :ou ua e:ao Time given in this table for New York and New Haven is New York rime all other station Boston time is given, which is 10 minutes faster than New York. Arrive at New xork 11:68 a. m., 4:22 p. m., e:u p. m., 10:80 p. m. 'ATain leaving new naven at iuvta a. m. reacnee Saratoga at 4:80 p. m. Train leaving North Adams at 11:55 a. m. leave Saratoga at 9:16 a. m., and reaches New Haven at 4:03 p. m. - xne BDortesi rtoroe to oaracoRa ise uowen fan. All train connect at Farmimrton with train on Collinsville Branch ; at Westneld, to and from Hoi yoke direct ; and at Northampton, to and from Wil liamsbtirgh. Ak for small 'lime 'raoie at stations on the line. EDW. A. BAY, Gen. Ticket Agent. New Haven, August 8th. 1881. an8 New York, New Haven & Uart- lortl lilt. Trains leave New Haven as follows : FOB NEW YORK 3:66, 4:18, 4:28, 6:26, 6:30, 8:05, 9:86, 1U:46 a. m., l:ou, a:a&, 4:uu, 4:au, o:l&, e:c2, '(:, 8:26, 11:40 (Washington Exp.) p. m. Way train topping at all stations, 8:30 a. m., 12:03, 5:42 p. m. Sundays, 3:65, 4:18 a. m., 8:16, 11:40 (Washing ton ICra. tjl m. FOB BOSTON VTA SPRINGFIELD, 12:68, 8:16V 10:80 a. m., 1:21, 8:16, 0:11 p. m. ttnnaays 12:68 a. m., via Hartford and the N. Y. Ac N. E. RR..2:46 a. m. 6:46 p. m. Bnndays 9:45 a. xn., via New London As Frovidenoe,12:46, 8.-08, 10:40 a. m., 3:12, 4:18 (New port Sneoial) d. in. Sundays 12:46 a m. FOB SPRINGFIELD, to., 12:15, 12:58, 2:46 (to Hart ford), 4:46 (irom Jene uock, except juonaays;, 10:30 a. m.. 12 48 (White Mountain Special), 1:21, 6:11, 6:46 (to Hartford), 8:10 p. m. Way Trains stopping at ail stations, :ia, mtciu (to Menoenj a. m.. 3:16. 6:35 (to Hartford) p. m. Sundays 12:68, 4:45 (from Belle Dock) a. m. The 10:30 a. m. and 12:48, 1:21, 3:15 and 6:11 p. m. trains connect at Springfield with the Conn. Elver EH. for the North. 4:18, 8:30 p. m. way Trains stopping at au sta tions, 4:30 (to Conn. River), 6:08 p. m. Sunday iz:40 a. m. Jyl5 E. M. REED, V. Pres't. Housatonic Railroad. Through Cars Between Bridgeport and Albany. Shortest, Quickest and Cheapest Route for Albany, Troy, Sar atoga and tne West. PASSENGER TRAINS Leave BRIDGEPORT for ALBANY. TROY. SARATO GA and the WEST, 10:10 a. m. (upon arrival of v:35a. m. tram rrom new uaven) wi-a-n THROUH CAR iHIK AbHA.K arrlv Ins at 2:40 p. m. arrives at Saratoga 4:40 p. m. connecting at Albany with 3:10 p. m. Ohlcagc Express, arriving in Chicago at 8:00 the next 0. m. Leave BRIDGEPORT at 5:35 p. m. (connecting with 4:30 p. m. Train from New Haven) arriving in Albany at lu:uo p. m., aratoga ik:s nignt. liAtnrniDff Kmress Train leaves Saratoga at 1:00 p. OIMUIJ U . .... , .T 1 .1. . . . CAR via State Line) arriving in Bridgeport at 7:,20 New Haven at 8:00 p. m. Through Ticket sold and Baggage Checked direct to and from New Haven, Plttsfield and all Hon? atonlo stations, north Adam, Albany, xroy ana oar toga. H. D. AVERILL, General Tloket Agent. L. B. STILLSON, Superintendent. Bridgeport, Conn., July 21, 1881. jy!5 NATTGATTTCK ItAI LROAD, Commencing Wednesday, Jane 27, 1881, !! ! Trains 001- nectlllg with this roaa IEAVE NEW HAVEN AT 7:16 a. m. connecting at Ansonla with Passenger Train r r waterDnry ana winstea. 9:60 a. m. THROUGH CAB for Waterbury, Watertown and Wlnated. 2:00 p. m. oonneoting at Anaonla with Faasenger J. Tar I or vyaterDory. 6:16 p. m. THROUGH OAR for Waterbury, Watertown ana winstea. FOB NEW HAVEN, LEAVE WJNSTED AT 65 a. m., 1:16 and 5:15 p. m. WATEBBTJBY, SM, 7:05 and 10:50 a. m., 2:31 and 6:38 p. m. Bridgeport, June 27, 1881. FOR SARATOGA. Tne New Haven and Northampton JKauroad. Tbe Only Line UNDER tbe Berkshire IlUlHi On and after Wednesday, July 13th, s . mi SPECIAL SARA OGA TRAIN JKwitwill leave NEW HAVEN at 10:25 a. m. (N. Y. 3gjjtime) and run through the 1 unnel to Sarato ga, reaching there at 4:30 p. m. Returning the Saratoga Train will leave SARATO GA at 9-IS a. m. and reach New Haven at 4:06 p. m. The train leaving New Haven at 7:20 a. m. will con nect as usual at Westneld for Albany and Troy, reach ing Saratoga at 2:35 p. m., or passengers can go through the Tunnel and Btop over at North Adams or Trov and set to SarafSea at 4:30 or 6:00 p. m. The scenery of the Deerneld and Hooaao Valleys Is very ane the ride for nearly five mile under the mountain a rare experienc -. megani cars, new roau, steel tfajk, i cn bridges and no uust. 'I rv the Tunnel Route. THE 0!,Y KIIOItT I EDW. A. nil, li. T. A. New Haven, July 9th, 1881. iiL1- Mew Haven and Derby Railroad. Train arrangement commencing June 27, 1881. LEAVE NEW HAVEN, At 7:15 and 9:50 a. m., 2:00, 4 30, 6:15 and 11:00 p. m. LEAVE ANSONIA. At 6:46. 7:45. 9:36 and 11:42 a. m., 3:15 and 7:34 p. m. Connections are made at Assouia with pacaengtr trains of the Nangatuck railroad, and at new Havel with the principal trains of other roads centering there. - An.u, ouyw New Haven, June 25, 1SS1. Je27 Boston & New York Air Line JLi.U On and after MONDAY, June 6, 1881, trains on. una will run as follows : JMmC :()0 a. m. train for Willimantlo. jW8:05 a. m. Train for Wlllimantic connects at Willimantlo with train, of the N. Y. and N. E. and N. L. N. rallrrads. arriving in Boston at 1:10 p. m.. Providence li5, Worcester 2:10 p. m. , ana norwicn at 11 :uo a. m. 10:45 a. m. Train for A'illlraantic. connecting at Willi- mantle with N. Y. and N. E. and New London Northern Railroads. 6:05 rt. in. Train for Willimantlo. connecting at Willi. mantlo with New London Northern B. .t. ior Norwich and New London. Trains leave Turn ervi lie for Colchester at 9:47 a. m, 1:08. 6:52 and 7:62 T. m. Leave Colchester for Turnervllle at 9:25 and 11:81 a, m.. and 6:36 and 7:30 n. m. Train connect at Mlddletown with the Hartford and Oonnectlo-.t Valley Railroad for Saybrook and Hartford. J. Ii. r UAr, tuit, jeft - . Superintendent. PIANOS TO BE AIT In good order and a't reasonably low prices. A Good Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organ For Sale at $35.00, Or Rent at a Low Price. , LOOK AT THEM, Sheet Music, Music Books, new supplies of Musical Merchandise. Extra Saner Violin and Guitar Strings, Tuning Forks, etc. Fine Stationery in all it varie ties. Plate Engraving and Printing, Calling Card and Monograms. Designing lor ttaages, manners, ior Working in Silk, worsted or ranting, a specialty. We can't say half enough in a single advertisement. we strive to please a. PECK SPEEEY'S, No. 163 Chapel Street, Under tne Elliott House, e7 Opposite tbe Opera, Honae. OAEKIAGrES ! We manufacttire in the latest styles Landaus ! Landaiilettes ! Berlin Coaches, Coupes, Broughams. Victorias, . Rockaways, T Carts. Cabriolets, &c, &c tVAll of STANDARD QUALITY and fitted with KILLAiil Improved Spring Washer Axios.jtl Correspondence invited. ii. HJLL.LAM &, CO., je21 tf KEW HAVEN, CT, HEADQUARTERS For Fruit Jars. Mason's pts, qt and 2 qts. The best known jar in the world, the Cohancy. Remember, qt jars nly SI. 40 doz. A lame number of Decorated Toilet Sets, which w hall sell at bargains. A large variety ox Btuay iamps. Great Attraction X ' Foil Dinner and Tea Sets, 146 pieces, only $13.60. AH warranted and handsome THIN Ware. House Famishing Goods of all kinds. Wooden ware. Tinware, Lamps, Carpet Sweeper. Basket, etc., etc G. W. ROBINSON, Suooesaor to O. H. Clarke & Co., No. 90 Church Street, near Chapel. Tontine Boarding Stable. wJ. Having leased the new stable re- &J3Ro Voentlv erected bv the Tontine Com- -Srft) pauy, we are pleased to announce to the public that we are now ready to receive horses to board. Barker & Ransom, tf 137 Com it Street. Investment Securities! Savinm Banks. Insurance Companies. Trustees and Investors generally, are Invited to correspond with us regarding Bonds they may desire to but, uxl ob xxchahgs. Mvtskielpavi jsonas, wacir worsi compa ny Loans, unci teirtill Ravilroad Securi ties alwtyi on hand. j . ju lifli w ia V'-, naaaen, tUwlm T4- Cedar 6t. New York. Steamlpat Line for New York s uJEue SI, includingr Berth. Ticket for tke Rnnd Trip. (1.50. , J5"ir"a steamer O. TL NORTHAM, Oapt. japaSS. Bowne, win leave n.w on . lESpTijindai excepted.- Staterooms sold at i" . w u,ti m. mi., oiimmy. .awiw. FROM NEW YORK Tn. a H. NORTHAM leave Pack Slip at 8 p. m., and th ELM CITY at 11:80 o"olook p, .,. Sandays xosptod Saturday night at 13 o'cliet midnight. Bmmolsvy Nlsht Boavt r Jfew fork. The steamer NEW HAVEN. CaDt. Snow, leaves New Haven at 10:30 p. m. Stateroom sold at th Elliott House. Free stage from Insurance Building, Chapel street, oommenoing at 9 p. m. lion are sola ana baggage cheeked torougn to Philadalphla, (both routes) Baltimore and Washing ton. )yw : - . A3. H. WARD, Agent. STAltIlV'8 NGflrenTrisiortainLliie Daily Except Sunday. -4ra, Leave New Haven from Btarin's Dock sltrTai l " " The JOHN H. STABIN, Can tain MoAlister. every Tuesday and Thursday, an every Saturday at 11:15 p. m. The ERA8TD8 CORN ING, Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Returning, leave .New xor irom fier in, ioos oi Cortland street, at 9 p. m., the STABIN every Mon day, Wedn day and Friday, th CORNING every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Fare, with berth in cabin, $1 ; with berth In state room, $1.50. Excorsion ticket, $1.60. Fare to Manhattan ueacn ana return, vx.xv. Fun Ooajok leave the denot at 8:10 p. m. Leave oarnar Church and Chapel street every half hour oommenoing 8:30 p. m. Last eoaoh Saturday nights at 11 o'olock other nighta at 10 o'olook. TloaMSaold ana uggag onecsea to rnuaaeipniv r sum in In Fill liiiisiinfl Westville ear can stop at Brewery street, only three block from the boat. Ticket and Stateroom can be purchased at McA iater & Warren's our op-town offloe, at the Tontine Hotel, and at 309 and 361 Chapel street. yl3 w. B. Mima, Agent, new rxaven. SOUTH HAYEK STAGE, A. B. I BIDSKV, Proprietor. Leavvefl tlie Cove Rt 8t45 ai. ill. South Ead; 1 Rlt.'Oopot. Boston Groeery, l:a p. m. a, m. lixo a. m. 6:16 p. m. 3:30 p. m. 1:00 p. m. 8:00 p. m. On Saturdays at 9:00 p. m. JylS ANCHOR LINE. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS Sail every Saturday . NEW YORK TO GLASGOW. CABINS, 60tO SO. STEERAGE, fiS These steamers do not carry cattle sheep or piffS. -j Ana every Saturday, KEW TOM TO XONDOiT DIRECT. CABINS, $53 to $65. Excursion at Reduced Rates. jrasi eager wcumm0aMuni are wiBurpasaeg. All Staterooms on Main Deck:. Fatsenfcrs booked atloweat rates to or from any Railroad Station in Europe or America. throughout England, Scotland and Ireland. For books o f information, plans, &C-, apply to BjuTDiMOxf BaoTHns, 7 Bowiaura Gbjkxm. N. Y. or g. Pownes 3UW Chapel St.. New Haven. NATIONAL LINE OF STEAMSHIPS! BETWEEN NEW YORK, LTVERFOOI, QTTKEN8TOWN AMD LONDON DIBEOT. Jtk Sailing weekly from Pier 39, North River wSsafTgiw York. Are among the largest steamehipa '.sill, the Atlantic Cabin rates. 60 to S70 : Excur sion, (100 to (130 ; outward Steerage, $26 ; Prepaid Steerage Tiokets,- $2& " Being $2 lower than moat Other Lines." Offloe, 69 and 78 Broadway, New York. F. W. J. HORST, Manager. Agents at New Haven, BUNNELL t BOB ANTON' W. FITZPATBI0K, A. M0ALI8TEB, OEORQE M uuwnao.. HMUaM LIME! Koyal Mail Steamers. New York to Queenstowit and Liverpool Every Thursday or, Saturday. Ton. Ton. OITY OP BERLIN, 6491 I CITY of BRUSSELS, T CITY of RIOHMOND4607 OITY of NEW YORK. 8600 OITY OP OHE8TER.4668 CITY Or PARIS, 8080 OITY of MONTREALM90 I OITY of BROOKLYN 3811 These Boagnlnoent steamer, built In watertight eompartmente, ar among the strongest, largest and fastest on the Atlantio. The saloon are luxuriously furnished, especially well lighted and ventilated, and take np the whole width of the ship. The principal staterooms are amidships, forward of the engines, where least noise ana motion i teit, ana are replete witn every com fort, having all latest Improvement, double berth, electric bells, sec The cuisine has always been a speolalty of this Line, Ladles' cabins and bathrooms. Gentlemen's smok ing and bathroom. Barbers' shops, pianos, libraries eta, provided. The 8teerag accommodation cannot be excelled. Passenger of this olass will nnd their oomf ort and privacy particularly studied, and the provisioning iWBurpaseea. ror rate of passage and other Information, apply to JOHN 6. DALE, Agent, Or to 31 Broadway, New York. Edward Downea. 309 Chapel street. W. Fitzpatrlck, 117 Grand street. Bunnell & Seranton, 216 Ghapel street. Eddy's Refrigerators. THE best in use. the best made, and they are th best Refrigerator for yon to buy. Look at them before purchasing, and you will buy no other. B.Ask for the EDDY. Sold by W. T. CANNON & CO., my25 360 State Street, near Chapel. DR. J. Li, JLY(XN, THE old reliable physician, located in New Haven sinoe May. 1854, (27 years), has removed his of fice from 196 Chapel street to 49 Church street. Room 11, Hoadley Building, opposite Postoffiee, up one night of stairs ; entrnce either at 49 Church street or 67 Crown street. Dr. Lyon will continue as hereto fore to treat all diseases of every name and nature, with that marvelous success which long years of ex perience has given him. Thousands of testimonials from grateful patients snatched from the brink of the grave now rejoicing In the perfection of health attest the unerring skill of Dr. Lyon. He especially invites those whose diseases under other methods of treat ment have remained intractive, to call upon him. Visit him and he will at once describe your condi tion. Perhaps you would have been cured If your physician had understood your case. If you have tried for health and failed, it is no rea son why you should not try again. Health Is pre cious to all, and if he cannot relieve your case he will tell you so. He can refer you to many, perhaps worse than you are, that were given up by their physician and friend, who now enjoy good health. He will describe your case so clearly that you will know he perfectly understands your disease. It is something of great importance to you, although very easily ac complished by him, though no more wonderful than true. It is only the starting point to health for the physician to understand your disease, and then ad minister the simple remedy to remove that disease. Come, he will do you good. You may be faithless, he will give you faith by his perfect knowledge of your disease, Gome, he will cure that cough, pain in the head, side and back, remove that cold, sinking or burning at the stomach, stiff joints, rheumatism, gou fever sores, cancers, salt rheum, erysipelas, scald head and all bad humors, with his vegetable medicines. Person at a diBtanco may consult Dr. Lyon by let ter (post-paid), describing their case, and have medi cines securely put up and forwarded by express to any part of the United 8tates with full and explicit directians for use. Office arranged with separata apartments so that patients sees none but the Doctor. The following are some of the diseases which Dr Lyon successfully treats : Coughs, colds, consump- u.uuuu.uu, njinuicuMH, iiver complaint, kidney complaint, scrofula, erysipelas, salt rheum, cancer, tumors, rheumatism chronic and inflama tory dropsy and piles blind and bleeding and all humors and eruptions of the blood and skin. He challenges the world to surpass him in oleansing the blood and entire system of all impurities. A class of diseases from the effect of which thousands and ten of thousand go to a premature grave, is radically and permanently cured by Dr. Lyon. His success in thi class of ailments Is not only gratifying but simply wonderful. The patient after putting himself or her self under the Doctor's treatment commences to im prove at once, and the sallow complexion and cadav erous appearance is succeeded by the rosy cheeked hue of health. Therefore if you sutler from any of the following complaints hasten at once to the office of Dr. Lyon. Spermatorrhea or Involuntary Beminal emissions, seminal weakness, and every species of genital irritability, gonorrhea, sypbillis, gleet, pro lapsus uteri or falling of the womb, leuoorrheaor whites, and other alarming and painful complaint incidental to both sexes. To Females. The diseases peculiar to females, caused by weakness, deformity, disease and from tak ing cold, suppression, irregularities, painful and im perfect menstruation, prolapsus uteri or falling of the womb, Bpeedily and effectually cured. Consultation free. Advice and medicine given in all diseases for (1 or more, according to the severalty of the case. If yon wish to communicate by letter, state fully your disease, your age, symptoms, duration of illness, sup posed cause and whether married or single, and in all cases the most inviolable secresy may be relied upon. Enclose a Btamp for return postage, and address all communications to or call upon Dr. J. I Lyon, 49 Church street, New Haven, Conn. Appended are a few testimonials, want of space for bids the publishing of more. Their names will be cheerfully given to those desiring them by calling at the Doctor's office. Case 1 is that of a lady who wa pronounced by three of the most prominent physi cian of her native oUy to be in the last stage of con sumption, and told that her ease wa helpless and hopeless. After being restored to sound health by Dr. Lyon she sent the following letter, earnestly re questing that It should be published in the hope that it might reach others similarly afflicted : To aU who may be afflicted with that oommon dis ease. Consumption, or any weakness of the lungs, I would appeal to them to immediately consult Dr. John L. Lyon, of Mew Haven. Conn., feeling sure that by so doing tbey may be restored to health. For several years I was troubled with a cough, hemorrhage of the lung and the usual symptom of Consumption. I consulted and wa treated by some of the most emi nent physician the ooontrv afforded. Hthnt ing any permanent benefit whatever. In the spring of 1863 the disease made such rapid progress that my attending physician and friends gave np all hopes of my recovery. On the 16th of May, 1863, I eonsulted the above named Doctor. I was at that time reduced to a perfect wreck of my former self, coughing in cessantly, and it would seem Inst on th. ,.. 73 .. grave. After the usual examination, ha kindly but plainly informed me as others had done, that my dia ease wa incurable ; that I had but a few month to juviue gzeat oonnaence in his skill, I nrtfj upon hi treatinz mv caae. H liiri , -.. toniahlng success. In twenty days from the time I commenced the use of hi medicines, my cough wa lea frequent, 1 suffered no more from hemorrhage of the lungs, and day by day found the terrifying symp toms of Consumption disappearing, and wa gradual ly regaining health. I was treated by him one year at the end of that time I can truly say I was restored to perfect health. It is now March, 1865, and no symptom of tbe disease are felt. I have reason to feel sure that I shall suffer no return of the disease, and it is not only a pleasure to me, but a duty I feel that low to hundred of nfferere who are being daily earned to the grave by Consumption, to urge span them the necessity of seeking relief where It may be found. Very respectfully, ix M. S. The lady who wrote the foregoing oontlnue in per feot health. The following is an extract from! a 'letter mi. ad from patient treated and eured of weak- 9: D. Lvok Dear Sir It im lmDoaslble for meto rni- ly express my gratitude to you concerning the effect which your medicine has produced upon my system. I have Just finished the medicine you pnt np for ma nd can truthfully say that ifeel a different being. My appetite is very regular, and I am not troubled with that dull headache that I once had, and Bleep never wa ao refreshing, a I am not disturbed with dreams. Before 1 eame to yon it was difficult for . to confine my thoughts for any length of time to any subject, nndonbtedly owing to that oomplaint, and the contrast tsqorte noticeable. If I ever know one troubled with that oomplaint, I shall immediately di rect them to yon a an effeotual means of subs cubk. for it seems torn that 1 almost owe my life to yon! for if it had been allowed to grow upon ma the tiroe could not have been far distant when that incurable ' disease (eonsumptlon) would have been deeply aeated In my system. Please aoeept my sincere thanks fol your treatment thus far. I ramein, yours , BO0TKLL1AU F1LB Table olive OIL foil Quart, and pint, our own importation, at ui UttJlUXB.oUgOBV