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Vol. l.
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August 15, 1882.
lonrnsl ani Coaritt.
Tuesday Morning, August 15. 1882.
The Cast Rock Rape Case.
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tion with the multitude ot low test, snort weignt,
alum or phosphate powders.
Sold only in cans.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
nol eod&wly 100 Wall street. New York.
Introduced in 1SG4,five years prior to th
introduction of any oner New JEngland rem
edy for the same diseases.
Or the same Formula as a Liquid.
MME. AUGUSTA HEALY'S
Vegetable Tonic Co.-dial
la a. sore anti-nain remedy and norm a.
nent cnre for Chrenlc Female Weakness
Made of the active portions only of harmless see d
' and plants that have specific curative effect upon the
female system, it has won the gratitude of thousands
of women who have been cured oy them and can oe
referred to. There is no form of uterine malady that
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Temple Place, Boston, Mass.
CEPHALINE.
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the aged, sufferers from Headacfie,
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EVERY LADY
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of se
curing a soft and brilliant
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poor it may naturally be.
Hawaii's Magnolia Balm is a
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cle, whicl instantly removes
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Roughness, Eruptions, Vul-
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effects that its use is not
suspected by anybody.
IN o lady has the right to
present a disfigured face in
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents
1
imwf'BrSiriHnra
' ISTSURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kidneys and
LIVER
It has specific tjcran on this most important
organ, enabling it t.( throw off torpidity and
Inaction, stimulating the healthy secretion of
tlie Bile, and by keeping the bowels in free
condition, effecting its regular discharge.
RJ94qiq If you are suffering from
iwacaluricaa malaria, hare the chills,
are bilious, dyspeptic, or constipated, Kidney
Wort will surely relieve and quickly cure.
In the Spring to cleanse the 8ystem, every
one should take a thorough course of it, .
41- SOLD 3Y DRUCGISTS. PrlceSI.
Hearing Before a Ilamdea Justice THe
Case Continued Until .August 8li.
Yesterday the case of William Fitzpatrick
and Michael Connolly, charged with rape on
Mrs. Annie Stewart, of East Hock, -was torn
menced before Justice A. A. Doolittls, of
Hamdeii, Timothy J. Fox appearing for the
accused and Grand Juror Henry Tuttle, of
Uamclen, assisted by Assistant Prosecuting
Attorney Deming, of this city, prosecuting.
Some of the friends of the accused went to
the trial in a stage. . uotn of the prisoners
pleaded not guilty. The first witness was
Charles A. Ferry, surveyor, who testified that
the map which he presented to the court was
of East Bock and vicinity, on which the
Stewart property is located. The map 1
made last week. The distances on the map,
he testified, were all surveyed by him last
summer, and the different points on it were
pointed out to him by Milton J. Stewart
When Mrs. Stewart was called Lawyer Fox
asked the court that all the witnesses for the
prosecution be sworn at the same time to
save time Mr. Deming objected to it, and
then Mr. Fox asked the court that those wit
nesses for the prosecution who were in the
room at the time that Mrs. Stewart should
testify be sent out of the room. Mr. Fox's
request was granted and then Mr. Doming
asked that the witnesses for the defense also
retire from the room. The court ruled
against him.
Mrs. btewart testified that she lived on
East Rock about nineteen years and identi
fled a spot on the map that she said was the
house in which she lived. She said that she
was at home all of the day in question ex
cepting when she went for a pail of water
about 5 o'clock in the evening to a spring in
the woods away from the side of the road
near her house. Two young men followed
her on the road to the spring, she saw
two quarrymen named Brown and Gantley,
who continued on down the road, while the
other two young men, Connolly and Fitzpat
rick, came along up behind her after she got
into the woods about a rod. She stepped one
side for them to pass when one of them got
in front of Jier and the other stayed behind,
The one in front of her spoke to her.
Here the witness was interrupted by Mr.
Fox, who asked Attorney Deming whether
he was trying the two cases together. He
said he was, and Mr. Fox claimed the right
as a protection to his clients to have them
tried separately. At this point also the
court found out that the witness had not
been sworn. Then Mr. Fox insisted upon
the accused being tried separately and Mrs
Stewart was asked if she could identify the
young men who assaulted her on that day,
and ahe pointed to Connolly and a young
man who sat near him who did not look at
all like Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick was sitting
on a bench, and a young man was between him
and the one she indicated as Fitzpatrick.
Mrs. Stewart was evidently confused, and
after a moment she pointed her parasol to
Fitzpatrick, whom she said was the one who
was with Connolly.
"Are you sure he is the one ?" asked Mr,
Deming, indicating Fitzpatrick.
"I guess he is," was the reply, and then
she added she was pretty sure. She resumed
her testimony after it had been understood
that Connolly only was to be tried, and said
that she turned to go home after the yonng
man got in front of her and he then took out
a handful of money. She supposed that he
wanted something at the bar and told him
that she would get him some drinks at the
house. He took hold of her and knocked
her down and sha shrieked. As she did so
he said if she shouted again he would shoot
her. Then she partly got up and he knocked
her down again and choked her and out
raged her person. She was all of ten or flf
teen minutes on the rocks. Her side was
black from being thrown on the stones. He
tore an earring from one of her ears and she
was injured by the fall. - When she told them
that Mr. Stewart was about somewhere they
said they didn't give a for him. Both
men outraged her and threatened to kill her
when she resisted.
Officer Michael Flannery was called as the
first witness in the afternoon, the cross-exaul
ination of Mrs. Stewart for the present be
ing discontinued in order to give the officer
a chance to get back to the city to go on
duty m the evening. He testified that Ser
geant Smith had a warrant for the arrest of
Connolly and Fitzpatrick, and he went with
the vergeant to make the arrest at midnight,
J une IT. The houses of both young men
were searched and the prisoners could not be
found. Connolly's father said that his son
had not been in the house that night. Then
some barns in the neighborhood were search
ed, but no trace of the two could be found,
failing in which he came back to his beat.
Officer Flannery said he knew Connolly for a
number of years. The officer was not cross-
examined.
Here the ease was adjourned to August 28
at 10 a. m , Mrs. Stewart not resuming her
cross-examination, Mr Fox preferring, as he
told the justice, that he would rather stop at
this point, so that when the cross examina
tion was eontmued it would be fresh in the
mind of his honor. The reason why the case
is continued is that Justice Doolittle is not in
good health and will start on a western trip
this afternoon.
Chills and fever
Simmons' i.iver Regu
lator soon breaks the
Chills and carries the
i ever out of the system.
It cures when all other
remedies fail.
Sick Headache
For the relief and cnre
of this distressing affiio-
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DYSPEPSIA.
Tbt Ke.'ulator will positively cure this terrible dls
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CONSTIPATION
should not be regarded as a trifling ailment. Nature
aemanaa tne utmost regularity or the bowels. There
fore assist Nature by taking Simmons' Liver Regula
tor, xt is Harmless, mua ana exxectuai.
. t BILIOUSNESS.
One or two tablespoonfuls will relieve all the trou
bles incident to a bilious state such as Nausea, Diazl-
ness, Arrowsinees, instress alter jutting, a Hitter faa
last -n iae flioam.
MAIiARIA.
Fertxins may avoid all attacks by occasionally taking
a dose of Simmons' Liver Begwlator to keep the Liver
in neaitny action.
BAD BREATH
generally arising from a disordered Stomach, can be
correct a Dy taking aimmons Liver Regulator.
JAUNDICE.
Simmons' Liver Regulator soon eradicates this dis
ease from the system, leaving the skin clear and free
; liom ail impurities.
COIiIC.
Children suffering with Colio soon exnerience re
lief when 8immons' Liver Begulator is administered.
Adslts ale" derive great benefit from this medicine.
It is not unpleasant ; it Is harmless and effective.
.Purely 7&getable.
BLADDER, AND KIDNEYS,
Most of the diseases of the bladder originate from
those of the kidneys. Kestore the action of the liver
fully and both the kidneys and bladder will be re
stored. 43PTalre only the Okntjtne, which always has on
tne wrapper we rea a rruae jxj.ar.it ana signature or
J. a, ZE1L.I1V & CO.,
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Complaints
At this season, various diseases of the
bowelr. are prevalent, and many lives are
lot', tbvough lack of knowledge of a safe
anu 3ure remedy. Pekby Davis' Paih
Killer is a sure cure for Diarrhoea, Dys
entery, Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Summer
Complaint, etc.. . tnd "is perfectly safe.
Bead the following-:
B.rsBRrraE, N. T., March 23, 1881.
Perbt Tavis' Pain Kxli.eb never fails to ajford
irutant relief for cramp and pain in toe stomach.
Joseph Bubditt.
NH3HOt,vrt,I.E, N. Y.,Feb. 2, 1881.
The-ry test medicine I know of for dysentery,
cholera morbus, and cramps in the stomach. Have
used it for years, and it id sure cure every time.
3vu.ua W. Dee.
MoraaosA. Iowa, March 12, 1881.
I have need your Pain Killeb in severe eases of
cramp, colicand cholera morbus .and it gave almost
instant relief. L. . Caldwell.
Carnesville, Ga., Feb. 28, 188L
For twenty years I hcT u sed your Pain Killer
in my family. Have u&ed-it many times for bowel
complaints, and it always ewes, would not feel safe
without a bottle in Uit house. J. B- Ivrs.
Saco, Mb., Jan. 23, 1881.
HavensedPBBBT Davis' Pain KiLLEKfor twelve
years. It is safe. sure, and" reliable. 2io mother
should allow it to be out of the family.
H. I. rUrrM.
Oneida, N. T Feb. 19, 1881.
We began using- it over thirty yeara ago. and it
always gives immediate relief. Would hardly daro
to gro to bed without a bottle in the house.
W. O. SPEnnT.
' Conwavboho, S. C.Feb. 22, 188L
Nearly every family .ii tbis section keeps a bottle
in the house. Da. E. Mobton.
TJ. S. OoystrLATE, .
Cbefeld, Bhewish Prussia. Feb. 8, 188L
I have known Perb t Davis' Pain Killer almost
from the day it was introduced, and after years of
observation and use I regard its presence in my
household as an indispensable necessity.
1. 8. Potteb, tf. S. Consul.
Bubton-on-Trent. Eno.
f had been several days suffering severely from
diarrhcea, accompanied with intense pain, when I
tried your Pain KTT.r.gn, autl found almost instant
relief. H. J. Noot
21 MoNTAatra St.. London. Eno.
During a resi denoe of twenty-three years in India,
I have given it in many cases of diarrhcea, dysen.
tery, and cholera, and never knew it to fail to give
relief. B. Olabicob.
No family can safely be without this
invaluable remedy. Its price brings it
within the reach of all.
.For sale by all druggists at 25c, 50c
sad $ 1.00 per bottle.
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors,
Z . . ' Providence. R. I.
Country-made Tomato Catsup.
ONE hundred gallons of the finest quality
' .. . For Sale by
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Soda .Lemonade.
NEW article for '
umph, for there was no cotillion to lead.
Though ten o'clock was the time on the cards
of invitation, there were not half a dozen
arrivals when the clock struck eleven. The
entrance was by the corridor that opens
close to the east doer of the Albert Hall,
and, like all the passages, it was carpeted
with red cloth and decorated with foliage
plants. The electric light had been chosen
as the means of illuminating the scene, but
from the first moment it was not a success.
There was a weird look on everything, and
even the youngest and prettiest were severely
tried by its ordeal, while upon those whose
adorning is not of nature only the effect was
ghastly. A most perfect floor was laid in the
center of the conservatory, flanked at either
end by inviting couohes and chairs ; plenty
of seats were on all sides in the galleries. A
buffet with light refreshments stood at the
end ; but the great feature of the entertain
ment was the illuminated gardens. Thou
sands of colored lamps traced the outlines of
the terraces, etc., while every bough upon
the trees near the conservatory was bright
with the same ; and, standing on the terrace,
it was a fairy-like scene. But, alas, it was
no Midsummer Night s Dream, but more of a
Winter s Male to relate ; for the cold was in
tense ; and, before long, all had donned their
cloaks and wrapped themselves up in them
when not actually dancing.
The supper was laid on round tables in one
of the broad corridors off the conservatory,
Just at the moment when a move was being
made toward the supper room, a sudden
darkness fell upon the scene, for the electrio
light had gone out ! The music ceased, tne
dancers stood still, and consternation was 'n
all. Faint screams were heard at first, and
then the whole multitude burst into a simul
taneous peal of laughter. A few feeble at
tempts wt-re made to revive the electrio light
without success ; and then, to the delight of
every one, the long line of gas jets, which
run round the conservatory, was lighted, and
a decided improvement was noticed at once
in every one's personal appearance, though
the share-holders in eleotrio light looked blue,
and began scientific explanations of the rea
sons for the sudden collapse.
If the night had been really warm the gar
dens would have been largely patronized, but
it was far too cold for any moonlight walKs.
There were numbers of pretty faces all
round and a great many lovely toilettes. The
rich green foliage was a beautiful background
to the dresses, especially white ones. There
was a costume much noticed, tor its wearer
was a very pretty woman, all of dark blui
dark blue dress, dark blue trimmings, dark
blue shoes and dark blue stockings ; but why
carry it on to dark blue gloves ?
Twenty Thousand a Year.
How One Woman's OTavct Hava Enabled Her
to Earn a Lare Income.
Contribution to the Geneva (N. Y.) Courier.l
When Dr. K. received her degree of M. D,
she located in the city of B for the practice
of her profession. Her principal office was
near the centre of the city, but another was
opened at her residence in the suburbs,
With these different centres for work she
hoped by close study, faithful application,
ana wise counsel to win her bread and possi
bly fame, as men do when they set out in
their life-worK. Lr. is., did not expect to
tase bread from the mouths of hard-working
medical met by carrying away all the practice
m this lucrative profession, but she thought
to succeed. And the result was that while she
waited and worked ia hope her practice grew
as that of other physicians grows. One day
a hasty can came for ner to visit a young
girl supposed to be nearmg the end of life,
When Or. K. entered this house of affliction
she found a priest administering the last rites
of the Romish church. Feeling it needful
to get possession of her patient as speedily
as possible, and realizing the importance to
the sick and her friends of these services,
wi'hout the hesitation of a moment her wo
manly tact guided her in aiding the priestly
ceremonies by assisting the feeble hand of
the sick girl to hold a lighted taper and suoh
other aid as she could give, thus hastening
the departure of the priest. This was just
the reason why she had been called. The
physician who had been attending, consider.
ing the presence of the priest an intrusion
not to be tolerated and opposing his privilege
to ooey tne can of tne family, Lad been sua
denly dismissed and Dr. H. called.
How the scene had changed ; a gentle,
efficient woman unobstrusively enters the
sick room with medical knowledge held in
cultured reserve. Services which are esteem
ed important are hastened by her womanly
genius. These over and the priest departed.
the quiet woman becomes the prescribing
physician, mating ner diagnosis and prog.
nosis with all the necessary gravity. What
follows ?
One Monday morning a few weeks later
people-were seen going to Dr. K.'s office in
large numbers ; within the reception room
soon became filled; then the dining room
was thrown open to receive patients waiting
to consult the Doctor. This was filled ; and
the parlors .were required for the accommo
dation of later arrivals; then the hall and
finally the stairs were filled. - What could it
mean ? The Doctor was surprised as she re
ceived one after another into her consulting-
room, but no explanation relieved her amaze
ment until she received a familiar faoe into
her room. She asked, "Can you tell me
where all these people have come from, and
why they have come here ?" "Yes," said the
woman, "I can. Yesterday when the Roman
Catholic church was filled with morning
worshipers, the priest, having concluded the
religious services, stepped from the chancel
down upon the floor of the church to indicate
that it was no religious service he had to
perform, and said : 'I wish to say to the
women ana girls of tne cnuroh that a lady
physician has moved here and opened her
office in street ; I wish to recommend this
physician to the women of this oburoh.
because I know her to be a wise and gentle
woman as well as a competent physician. ' "
At the end of the year Dr. K. found that
her income had reached the enormous sum
of $20,000 and she had been compelled to call
to her assistance another lady physician. Dr.
E. now keeps three horses, one of which
always stands ready at the door to answer
any hasty summons, and one or the other of
the two physicians, unless in actual attend
ance upon the sick, is always in the office
prepared for any service.
This story has the merit of being true, and
Dr .K. has a well established practice and con
tinues to prosper, proving that both heart
and brains are necessary to success, and that
it does not matter whether these belong to a
man or whether they "be enshrined within
a woman's form." This is the way in which
Dr. E. attempted to solve the problem wheth
er a woman could succeed in a profession,
end the result is $20,000 a year,
v 1
Klirammer Ball In London,
From the London World.
The great Almack's ball is over, and many
of the forecasts concerning its intended ar
rangements? ,-Nved less reliable than those
Meteorologists. No royal duke
nftred the ball; no veteran
US once ojgra asaieYi a fri.
State Mews.
The drought is hurting crops all over the
State severely.
The cutlers' strike at Southington is ended,
The help returned at the old prices.
A daily train from Waterbury to New
York via Brewsters went into operation yes
terday.
Hon. J. P. C. Mather and genial Tom Wal
ler, of New London, are homeward bound on
the briny deep.
The Norwich woman, Mary Stanwood, in
jured by a fall on Wednesday, still remains
in the helpless condition in which she -Was
picked up on Friday last.
Naugatuck has a sensation in the opening
of the Gem Opera House this week Thurs
day and Friday evenings, Jacques and Beards
lev lessees and managers. "Cheek" will be
given with Poland ileed in the leading roie,
Crowded houses are assured.
The "leather man" has recently made one
of his periodical trips through Plymouth and
Harwinton. A correspondent says : ms
clothing has been repaired recently with sun
dry new boot legs, laced with leather strings
like some old machine belt, or else he had
on his-"meetin' "suit.
A stock company with a capital of $25,000
is to be organized in Soutb jsorwalic to man
ufaoture cotton wadding. Norwalk citizens
have given up the project of attempting to
induce the Wilson Sewing Machine company
to locate in the town, as the company wants
them to subscribe for $20,000 of stock in
stead of $50,000, as was at first proposed.
An Elegant Toilet Preparation,
Hair dressing and restorative is to be found
in London Haib Color Restores. It sel
dom fails to restore gray or faded hair to its
original youthful color and beauty. Falling
hair is checked by its use, and it produces
growth of beautiful young hair, soft, glossy
and luxuriant. It certainly is the most clean
ly and effective hair restorer now be
fore the American people. A. A. Gibson,
Barrytown, Dutchess county, N. Y., writes
Dr. Swayne & Son, Philadelphia, Gents : I
enclose a postomce order for eight dollars
please send me one dozen "London Hair
Color Restorer." It has stopped my hair
from falling and restored it to its natural
color. It has proven satifactory in every
respect. The "London Hair Color Restorer
can be obtained at all the leading druggists at
75 cents a bottle. ag!5 17-w2t
Salt Codfish Omelet.
Soak a piece of salt codfish about six inch.
es square over night. Split six crackers and
lay them in cold water, just enough to cover
them. In the morning pick the fish fine and
mix well with it the soaked crackers, three
well beaten eggs and a piece of butter the
size of an egg ; also salt and pepper. Take
one quart of milk, add to it one deesert
spoonful of Sea Moss Farine, bolt five min
utes, and pour over tne nsn in tne man
liake twenty mm
aulO 3teodltw
which it is to be baked.
utes.
A Sore Cnre.
A bottle of Dr. Fuller's Pocket Injection.
with syringe combined. All druggists, $1
Roach on Rats.
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ants,
bedbugs, skunks, chipmunks, gophers. 15o,
Druggists.
Kidney Disease.
Pain, Irritation, Retention, Incontinence,
Deposits, Gravel, etc., cured by "Buehu-
paiba." $1. Depot 28 state street.
Catarrh of the Bladder.
Stinging irritation, inflammation, all Kid
ney and Urinary Complaints cured by "Buch-
upaiba." SJS1. Depot, 289 State street.
If you are tired taking the large old-fash.
ioned griping pills, try Carter's Little Liver
Fills and take some comfort. A man can':
stand everything. One pill a dose.
Wholesale by Kichardson a (Jo. ; all drug.
gists at retail. au (id lw
Ask your pbysician ana ne will ten you
that Cascara is one of the best vegetable
remedies for Dyspepsia, Constipation and
Kidney difficulties. It is freely used in the
preparation of Hops and Malt Bitters.
auglt I2d2w
For tremulousness, wakefulness, dizziness.
and lack of energy, a most valuable remedy is
Brown's Iron Bitters. augll 6td lw
Those persons who do not need Iron, but
who are troubled with Nervousness and Dvs
pepsia, will find in Carter's Little Nerve Pills
a most desirable article. They are mostly
used in combination "with Carter's Little
Liver Pills, and in this way often exert
most magical effect. Take just one pill of
eacn Kina immediately atter eating and you
will De free from indigestion and Dyspepsia.
In vials at 25 cents. Sold by all Druggists,
Wholesale by Richardson & Co. ; all drug.
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Malaria, chills and fever and Bilious at
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For liver complaint their equal is not known :
one box will have a wonderful effect on the
worst case. They are used and prescribed
by physicians and sold by druggists every
where, or sent by mail, zr and 50 cent boxes.
Emory's Little Cathartic Pills, best ever
made, only 15 cents. Whittlesey's drug
store, 228 Chapel street.
Best ever made, Emory's Little Cathartic
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mv24 aod&wKm .
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This new Remedy is compounded f
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Sarsaparilla, combined with an agree
able Aromatic .uxir
DAWSON' S I
442 State Street,
IS the place to buy Fine Old Coffees, roasted fresh
and ground to order.
Oholoe Tea a specialty.
Pure Rpiees by weight.
A. . Dawson, Agent.
4J State Street, next door to entrance
Madison House,
80
n , : nt. ,,ni,n tVie Liver
3 i nesc ncuicuii-a ... t-
jtfSA They act upon -the Kidneys.
S? Thev Regulate the Bowels.
v ii i ney V ultT L , J
Swa They Promote Digestion.
Thev Nourish, Strengthen, Invigorate.
They give Tone, Health and Energy.
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
are the ORIGINAL and ONLY BIT
TERS containing Malt Extract.
Ask your Druggist for them, and be sure
that the label has on it the four words
HOPS AND MALT BITTERS
in large red letters.
g5fT"Take no other.
At Wholesale and Retail by al 1 dealers.
MOCTIESTKIC 3IJSJ)ICiyiS VU.,
Hocliester, . x
r-3
Fruit! Fruit! Fruit!
T,Arcffl THyia WfttfiTmeloTia. R0c earvh.
F0 b skets fine Freestone Peaches received fresh
thia morning, 10c qt , or fl.fiO basket.
Freen sound wnortienerries, iucqi.
Large extra fine Blackberries, 10c qt.
tfice Blackberries, 8c qt
Fine riise Tomatoes. 6c at.
Targe -ed Astracnan Apples for table,5Uc pk, chesp.
Vice uooKiiif? Apples, 41 c pn.
Nice Ripe Nu meg Melons. 3c and 5o eacn.
Fresh picked Oucnrobers, 1c each.
Extra large juicy Lemons, 30c doz.
Nice Lemons. 24c doz.
Everythinflr way down. Come early ! Come to-day
and you will not be disappointed.
D. M. WELCH & ON
aulO
38 and 30 Conicresai iu enne.
Lumber! Lumber!
THE wholesale markets have advanced the prices
of Lumber, but we ehll sell bur stock put in
before the advance at old prices.
we nave a large quantity oi Npruce, contnern .Fine
Lumber and Flooring, and all kinds of Lumber for
building cabinet and carriage work, all of which we
will ell cheap for the next thirty dajs.
We desire particularly to call the attention of those
wishing to buy intending to sell again, or large buil
ders wisning jod iota cneap.
George Ailing & Son,
No. 100 Water Street
LYDIA E. PBNBCHAiWS
VEGETABLE COMPOUND.
Is a Positive Cnre
For all those Painful Complaints and Weaknesses
so common to our best female population
A Medicine for Woman. Injrented by a Woman.
Prepared by a Woman.
The Grutett ffledleal Dlieorcrx Sloe the Dawn of History
tyitreTires the drooping spirits, invigorates and
harmonizes the organic functions, gives elasticity and
firmness to the step, restores the natural lustre to the
eye. and plants on the pale cheek of woman the fresh
rosea of life's spring and early summer time.
"Physicians Use It and Prescribe It Freely E
It removes faintnesa, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulant, and relieves weakness of the stomach.
That feeling1 of bearing down, causing pain, weight
and backache, is always permanently cured by its use.
For the care of Kidney Complaints of cither sex
this Compound Is unsurpassed.
ITMA E. PINKHAMS BLOOD PURIFIER
will eradicate every vestige of Humors from the
Blood, and give tone and strength to the system, of
man woman or child Insist on having it.
Beth the Compound and Blood Purifier are prepared
at 233 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass. Price of
either, U Six bottles for $5. Sent by mail in the form
of pills, or of lozenges, on receipt of price, $1 per box
for either. Mrs. Pinkham freely answers all letters Of
Inquiry. Enclose Set. stamp. Send for pamphlet.
No family should be without LTDIA E. PINKHAMPS
LlVEB, PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness.
ana torpidity or me uver.
25 cents per box.
jgSold by nil Druggists.-
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
HOP
PLASTER
oooooooooooooouooooooooooooo
This plaster is abso
lutely the best ever
made, combining
the virtues of hops
with gums balsams and extracts. Its power is won
derful in curing diseases where other plasters sim
ply relieve. Crick in the Back and Neck. Pain In
the Side or Limbs, Stiff Joints and Muscles, Kidney
Troubles. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sore Chest,
Affections of the Heart and Liver, and all pains or
aches in any part cured instantly by the Hop Piaster,
t"Try it. Price S5 cents. Sold by all druggists,
f Hop Plaster Co.. Manufacturers.
I Mailed on receipt of price,
I Cartes, Harms & IIawxet,
(i) General Agents, Boston,
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BACK
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Cures Dyspepsia, Nervous Affec
tions, General Debility, Fever an3i
Ague, Paralysis, Chronic Diarrhoea,
Boils, Dropsy, Humors, Female Com
plaints, Liver Complaint, Remittent
Fever, and all diseases originating
in a bad State of the Blood, or
accompanied by Debility or a low
State of the System.
Thomp
son
Cande
Trucking, Freight, Moving
Furniture, Pianos and Ma
chlneVy promptly done.
OFFICE,
No. 79 Orange Street
New Haven, Ot.
TURNIP
AT
New Yobk, Aug. 14 8 P. M.
Money closed at 3a3 par cent.
Exetoange dosed at $i 86a4 89X
Governments closed arm.
Closing prices reported over the private wlra of
BUH.NUjL & SCRANTON, Bankers and Brokers.
alluu auu xerre Haute 40
Alton and Terre Haute pfd 87
American rust. Xel
Bost.n tt N. y. Air .Line rf 'd
Burlington and Onlnrv
0. O. . audi
Canada Southern.. . '. '. . . '.
Central raclno
Chicago nd Alton
Ouioge, St. L. and New Orleans. .
Col., Chie. and Ind. Oen
Ches. and Ohio
do. 1st pref
de. 2d Dref - .
Dal., Lack, and West
Bel. and Hudson Canal
Denver and Rio Ornde ,
Erie ,
Erie pref
Erie Seconds
Erie and Western
Bast Tenn., Va. & Ga
' " Pfd
Express Adams
American
United States
Wells Fargo
.. 51
.. 77
..137?
.. 84
.. 63X
.. A4;',-
-144K
Assed.
42
0
53
77
138
85
68X
94$
145
THE ELM CITY
ABDOMINAL
e
FRANK S. PIATT'S
SEEDSMAN AND FLORIST,
8OO and 3$ State Street.
au5 dAw
FOH SALK,
VERY MUCH BELOW COST,
A Large and Elegant Assortment of
Marble and Enameled
MANTELS, &c.
At the Marble and Granite TTorks of
T. PHILLIPS & SON,
143 High Street, New Karen.
.. 13
.. 26
.. 38X
..
...146,
..118
... 61.V
... 40.V
. . . 80
. . . '.r,x
... i(
... 114
... l'JJtf
. . .139f
. .. 94
. .. 74
. . .130
...85
... 95
... 85
. . . 46
...138
. .. 40J
...1153s;
... 75Ji
... 65r
. 57
'.100X
2HX
.101
.VMii
Han. and 8t. Jos
an. and St. Jos. pfd.
Bousten and Texas
Ind Bloom West
Illlneis Central .-
Kansas and Texas ...
Lake Shore
Louisville and Nashville. . .
Manhattan Elevated
New Pipe Line
Memphis Charleston
jtfetrupolltan Elevated
iVlichigan Central
Mobile and Ohio.
Missouri Pacilio '. . .
M.rrlB and Essex
Nashville and Chattanooga Hiii
flow jerses uentral
New York Central 136J
New York Elevated
New Central Coal
Northern Paciiie 51
Northern Paoillo pfd 95
Northwest UM
Northwest pfd 173J4
Norfolk and West pfd 56
Ohio Central 18
Ohio and Mississippi
Omaha ; 54!,'
Omaha pfd lllji
Ontario ard Western '16
Panama
Paeitte Mail 45tf
Peoria, D. and Evansvllle 3tS)
Beading 60
Kichmund & Danville 120
Kock Island 138
Rochester & Pitts 29
Ht. Panl v,iX
Ot. Paul pfd 138
Texas Pacific 52
mloB Pacific 117
Chicago and St. Louis
Chicago and St. !Louis pfd
Wabash 88
Wabash pfd 66
Western Onion Tel 89x
St. Louis 15jJ
St. Louis pfd 34
Government bonds closed as follows :
6's, '81, coup.
6's continued.
5s continued
6's, '81, ooap
4 Xs, '91, reg
4B, '91, Coup
4s, 1907, reg
4s, 1907, coup
Currency 6s, '95
Currency 6s, '96
Currency 6s, '97
Cnrrenoy 6s, '98
Currency 6s, '99
14
25
39
27i
146Jj
118M
61)$
4U
81
98
41)4
11
5
75
132
80
96
90
46X
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16
65X
5iX
100X
23)4
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127)4
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79
136
11U
51 K
95X
148)4
in
66)4
18;
54
111)4
i5X
36
LUX
121
139
2M
li)8
52)i
118
88
67
89
34)4
lllJt" bid
111 bid
.'."."."."ll3K bid
114) bid
119 bid
1194 bid
130 bid
131
132
133
134
Paolflc railroad bonds closed as follows :
Firsts 116)4all7
rants 114 bid
Funds ." 123bid
Centrals 116 V
MINING STOCKS.
Am. Flag..
Amie
Alt. Mon
Belle Isle
Best fe Bala..
udie
Buckeye
Bassick
Brdshaw. . . .
Calaveras
Cale. B S
California
Climax
Oon Imp....
Con. Ta
Chrysolite ...
Ben, Ariz
' hsrekee ....
Bwango
Decatur
Eureka Con. .
Empire-Utah.
K. Oregon....
Granville
. Prise
r. f ast
Gr'm Mtn.... .
old Stripe..
Hemostal e.. .
Hnkill
H.rm Bilver. .
Bid.
. 5
. 20
26
5
. 3
. 42
.235
. 68
. 30
. 10
Asked. I
21
67
40
190
30
20
43
240
74
31
65
.145
. 2
. 35 47
. 4 5
.220
. 25
. 10
. 36
Hibernia 7
H.rtense 24
Independence. 60
Iron Bilver 205
Lacrosse 21
Leadville Con.
L. Pitta 125
Bid. Asked.
63
11
5X
15
L. Chi-1
Moo-e ,
Navajo
N. Standard
Nor'n Belle...
N. Belle Isle.
Orl. & Mil
Rappahanock.. 18
Robinson Con. 155
Rising Sua 38
Sierra Nev. ...
8 Cliff 55
8ntro 38
f p. Valley
Htormont . . .
8. Hite. new
80. Pac
Ht. L. 1 & 4. .
8t L 2 & 3..
Tuscarora. . .
Un. Con
Unadilla.. . .
Vizlna
9
26
210
25
72
150
65
14
21
12M
5
65
39
. 18
. 14
. 6
. 26
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. 8
.110
20
15
8
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08
9
130
New York; Produce Market.
New Yobk. Aug. 14.
FLWR Dull; State, 3 4na8 00; Ohio, $4 65a7 50;
western, $3 40a8 00 ; southern, $4 9-7 75 ; sales,
37,700 barrels.
WHEAT )4afc lower and heavy ; speculation
less active ; sales 80.000 bnsbels No. 2 red for August,
tl 13al 13 ; 280,000 bnsbels do. for September,
fl 13)al 14; 4(i3,000 bushels do for Ootober, tl 14)4
115; IfO.OOo bushels do ior November, $1 ICal 16X ;
16,000 bushels do. for jear $1 1254.
CORN Mac. lower; mixed western for spot, 87a
8814c; do.for futures, 78Ja87o. r sales, 180,000 bush
els. ATS V'o lower; State. 60a70c. ; western, 52a
660.; sales 170,000 bushels, in hiding No 2 for Aug
ust, 52a52c ; do. for September, 45a45o.; do.
for year, 45a45!6c.
BEEF Steady ; new extra mess, $15 50alG 00.
PORK Quiet; spot new mess, $22 00; old do.
$21 37a21 60.
I, MID Steady ; steam rendered, $12 82)4; sales,
250 tierces.
BWTTER Firm ; oreamery, 254c
BtfGAR-Qu et.
MOLASSES Steady.
PETROLEUM Dull.
RICE Firm.
OOFFKE Quiet.
FREIGHT8 Steady.
PIRTT8 OF TURPENTINE Quiet at 46c.
ROSIN Steady at $1 80a 1 95.
TALLOW Steady at 8?
COUPIM TO BE SENT IN.
All Coupons due In July on Northwestern
Farm Mortgages sold by me should
be sent to me without delay,
to be forwarded.
A good stock of mortgages from $200 to $2,000 on
band ready for delivery. Interest and principal pay
able at my office. Rates 6 to 8 per cent.
Money always to tie had from my office at easy rates
on city property but none on chattel or personal
security.
ALF1CED WALIiEB,
85 Orange Street.
Jt4 lrsdiW
BANKINO HOUSE
OF
HENRY CLEWS & CO.,
18 New Street, N. Y.,
Next Door to tbe Stock Exchange.
Stocks and Bonds bought and sold only on commis
sion for cash or on margin. Deposits received. 4 per
cent, allowed on daily balances. Members of the
New York Stook Exchange and the Chicago Board of
Trade. Private wire to Chicago.
r Y City f95S Bradway.
2" anoheIi36 Broadway.
Bbaohes (Grand central Hotel.
llenry IL. Raymond & Co.,
COMMISSION STOCK BROKERS,
No. 4 fine Street, New York,
Transact a general brokerage business with experi
ence and exoellent facilities. Railroad 8tocks carried
on 3 to IO per cent, margin. Financial Report, de
Tftted to the interest of inv stors and operators mail
ed free ; also complete information.
Orders on San Francisco Exchange also
Executed,
IVIn offering our services to out-of-town invest
ors we will, when desired, furnish prominent refer
ences, including Bankers, Senators and Merchants.
Je29 eod
stewa&t MiowK's mm,
38 PINE STREET,
NEW YORK.
Government Securities,
Stocks and Bonds,
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Investment Securities a Specialty.
my20 Sly
BANKERS,
5
Nos. 16 and 18 Nassau Street,
NEW YORK.
BUT and sell on commission, for cash or cn mar.
gin, all securities dealt In at the New York Stcoh
Bxohange.
All issues of Government Bonds bought and sold at
market rates, free of commission, and on hand for
Immediate delivery.
SPECIAL ATTENTION OIVEiM TO
KXCtUKGEg OF BONDS IN WASHlla
TOH FOR ACCOUNT OB" BANKS.
HARD ANU SUH'T UliABS,
SAIjMON Price reduced,
BL.UEFISH, MACKEREL,
SEA BASS,
SPANISH MACKEREIi,
&c, c, at
A. Foote & Go.
je23
353 .State Street
Kennedy's Champion Biscuits.
ZEPHYRS, Pilot, Graham, Oatmeal, Vanilla Cream,
Cocoanut, Kindergarten, Zool gleal. Animals,
Leaflet, Egg. Juaibo, Oswego, Columbia, Albert, all
fresh and in stook at all times.
I. S. Cooper,
aull
3T8 State Street.
Hthous Grapes.
WE shall offer a small lot of flue quality to-morrow
(Thursday).
yl2 E. K HAT.L tt SON
FOR SALE,
SEVENTY FIVE cords of four-foot hard wood, fit
for immediate use. Address
CHARLES OARRINGTON,
tny25 tf - Farmfngton, Ot.
SALAD OIL..
JUST RECEIVED, an invoice of the finest quality
of Salad Oil, our own importation. In quart,
pint and half -pint bottles. For sale by single bottle,
dozen, or case at moderate prices.
my!9 EDW. E. HALL ft. SON.
a simple lacing and one buckle on each side.
that it is universal in its application and can
be manipulated by the wearer without the
slightest inconvenience ; and once fitted it
can be removed and put on without changing
the adjustment a saving of time and pa
hence which everyone will appreciate.
These Supporters are made of durable ma-
erial in large quantities by expert labor,
which brings them at a price within the
means of all who, through fullness of habit
or the nature of their occupation in walking,
riding or standing, may feel the need of
comfortable support.
OUR NEW
Abdominal Protector
MADE OF
MEDICATED FLANNEL
From a pattern brought from Paris, is calcu
lated to supply a demand for something to
protect the bowels in summer from the sud
den changes of this climate, especially in
traveling or at the seashore.
Manufactured and sold
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BY-
E.L.
WASHBURN
Church Street
Jy22
Fresh, Salmon
TJALIBUT, Sea Bass, Black fleh, Fresh Mackerel
ll Steak Codfish. Eels, 8ordUbh, Haddock, Lob
sters, Blueflah, Oysters aid Clams.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Fresh Pork, Lamb. Veal, Fowls
and Spring Chickens.
Choice Sugar cured Smoked Hams, Shoulders,
nreasiasc uaoon, nmocea ana uriea rseei, JiUiton
juarKet nmoiea ana rioiuoa tseer t ongues.
Sweet Potatoes, Citron aielons, Watermelons, Peach
es, Tomatoes, ureen uorn, ilma .beans.
JUDSON BROTHERS'
Packing and Provision Co,
505and507 State Street.
aull
AUCTION SALE
OP'
Watches, Jewelry, Cutlery
Revolvers, Silver Plated
Ware, Japanese Fishing
Poles, Parasols and Fans,
and a variety of Bohemian
Vases and other goods too
numerous to specify. will be
sold at
Ensko's Auction Rooms
450 and 452 State Street,
Commencing; Thursday evening-,
August 3d, at 7 l-'S
o'clock, and continuing ev
ery evening until all is sold.
Itememher these goods
must be sold at whatever
prices they bring.
au3
TJBAEGEK'S
NEW
1ESTAURANT ;l SALOON,
CENTER STREET,
Bet. TEMPLE and OBEGSON.
The Finest Establishment In the State.
SPACIOUS ELEGANT ATTRACTIVE.
AH the appointments are constructed after the mos
modern designs.
Imported Draught Lager.
The only place In the city where it can be obtained.
RHINE WINE of my own importation. The choic
est Ales, Wines, Liquors and imported and domestio
uigars. nc 1jUJjii uuuntbk is presided over by a
ujBv-uiacMi uwjl livm nuv lurs.
The Old Stand, Chapel, corner ot Church
conducted by Myself as usual.
Bottled Wines. Laser, etc.. for family and medlcina
use delivered In any part of the city.
A. C. TRAEGER.
my 18 6m
New Haven ana JNorthampton
Railroad.
TIJMK OF PASSEIVOKR. TRAINS,
("ommonfinc July A.
Trains leaving New Haven at 10:23 a. m. and Sara
toga at 10:30 a m. have Parlor Cars attached and run
throngn between new ttaven ana Saratoga.
leve
8:10 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 4:80 p. m
AMERICAN ROADSTER !
TRICYCLE.
The fastest Tricycle Msule
THOSE who wish to enjoy health should ride one.
They run very easy, and are the most graceful
Tricycle in the world. We have several styles of ma
chines, high and low seated, f r Ladies, Gents and
Youths, and at prices that will suit all classes Open
all day and evening from 7 a. m. tn 8:30 p. m. Factory
and Sal-sroom. Park Slrtiot. Jyl9
$1.50 $1.50 $1.50
AliLi WOOL
FLANNEL LACE SHIRT!
With 12 rows of tt Itch logs, and 32 eyelet holes of the
finest makes, for
$1.50 $1.50 $1.50
Worth .$2.50,
At Morris Brenner's
Popular dents' Furnishing Store.
345 STATE STREET.
The Baxter Furnace
FUKNIHES a quality of heat superior to steam
at about one-balf the expense. .t does not
heat the cellar. It has no flues that can nil with
ashes The Are is reula ed without going to the
cellar. It is clean, durable, eoonomloal, powerful,
easy to manage, simple In construction and absolute
ly free from gas. ashes and dust, l or full particu
lars send to the manufacturers for circulars and
price list.
E S. MORUIR & CO.,
Danbury, Conn.
1yT 2taw 3m
S
0MB
GOOD
S
-AT
REDUCED PRICES.
In order to close out the
balance or llefrigerators,
Meat Nates and Oil Htoves at
once, 1 will sell at Greatly
Reduced Prices.
KVAM EVANS,
314 AND 316 STATE ST.
au3
5C
tt, Hew Haven.
i
Sigrist & Co.'s Wine Jellies.
Six "Varieties for Family Use.
Port. Madeira.
Angelica, Flaming' Tokay,
uoiaen Tokay, Dry Muscat,
AT LOW PRICKS.
Gilbert & Thompson,
ap27 39 Chapel Street.
Crockery to Loan
Crockery, Cutlery, Plated
Ware, Glass Ware, Lan
terns, &c, to loan to Camp
Caterers,' Societies, Regi
mental Reunions, Fairs and
Clam Rakes.
I have especial facilities
for furnishing: Ware to
large parties, and am ready
to do so at the lowest rates
A. W. MINOR,
Crockery, China and Glass Ware
SI Church Street,
au2 daw
Opposite the Post Office.
OR. S. W. FISKE.,
Clstlr-royavnt Physician
Business avnd Test Medium 4r
OFFICE No. 370 Ohapel street, New Haven, Conn,
hoars from 9 a. p to 9 p. m..
Take Notice Dr Fisl e will take a Tacatlon In
July and August, and i n we found at hlsoffioein
New Haven -nly four d.ya in each month fnom the
morning of the 10th until the 13th at 9 p. m. The re
mainder of the tiaie he can be consulted at his cot-
cage on tne Camp Meeting Grounds. Niantio, Conn.
ne jjoctor has visited New Haven regularly every
month for over six years, and la highly recommended
by the people and the press, as the great Healer and
Physician. If yon are sick or need valuable advice, do
not fall to consult him. Dr Flske has had 31 years
experience in tne practice o. mecucine, and nas made
tnousanas or tne mesx aetonning cures -r all Jliron
to ana long standing diseases or wnatever air.e or na
ture. The Doctor has the gift to describe .very pain
ana secret aisease at signs.
ills prices are so reasonable that rich and poor
alike can be restored to health.
The Doctor also gives valuable advice an business
matters, and all the affairs of life, both social and
Anuinl.l InAlnillnn Innwnttva 1 a .. t . M-Jn I
absent friends, and great success in selecting lucky
numbers.
Sittings for business affairs or examination of the
sick, 1. Communications by letter upon business
or health must contain $2, age, sex, a look ef
hair and stamo. Address Look Box 1.2S3. Norwich, ot.
For further particulars send a stamp ap1. 3et a circu
lar, use nr. a. w. ciske's Liniment for Rheumatism
all Fains and Aches. For sale by all Druggists.
INVENTORS.
JOHN E. EARLE,
No. 85 Chapel Street,
Now Haven, Conn.,
Olves his personal attention to procuring
Patents for Inventions
IN THE
United States and Foreign Countries
A PRACTICE of mora than fourteen years, and
frequent visits to the Patent Office has given
him a familiarity with every department of. and mode
Cf proceeding at, the Patent Office, which, together
with the fact that he now visits Washington semi
monthly to give his personal attention to the interests
of his clients, warrants him In the assertion that no
office In the country is able to offer the same facilities
to Inventors In securing their Inventions by Letters
Patent and particularly to those whose applications
nave Deen rejected an examination oi whloh he wil
make f reeof chartte.
Preliminary examination, prior to application for
patent, made at Patent Office, at a small charge.
His facilities for procuring Patents In foreign
Countries are uneaualed.
Be fers to more than oe thousand clients for whom
he has procured ijetsersnatente.
1HK ONLY TRUE
" RICHARDSOH ! "
If you wish to get the only true " Kichardson" and
tnere I only one Da particular to order by tne whole
title :
Richardson's New Method
FOB THE
PIANO-FORTE.
By NATHAN C. RICHARDSON.
PRICE (3.26.
American and Foreign Finokeinq.
It is the most wonderfully
book ever published.
8:00 " 11:18
New York.
New Haven, 7:03 a.m. 10:23
Flalnvllle,
Arrive
N. Hartford,
westneid,
Hoiyoke,
Northampt'n
WUilamsb g.
4:03
4:51
8:53
9:22
9:50
9:64
10:16
10:11 a. m. 5:35
12:39 p m. 6:03
1:03 p. m.
1:08
1:31
1:28 '
1:67
1:60
2:40
4-10
4.43
So. Deeraeld,10:16
Turner's F'ls, 11:22
Bhel. Falls, 10:12
Adams, 11:35
Troy, 2.42
Saratoga. 3 20
r retRiit Tram witn rass. car leaves Westneid at
7.25 a. in., Northampton 8.30.
A Train also leaves Westaeld for Holyoke at 3:15
p. m.
8:37
7:00
7:00
7:28
7:30
8:16
9.45
8:30
7:23
8:08
8:46
9:i0
9:28
9:48
Steamboat Line for New Yorfc
Fare JSl.includinj? Berth.
Xleltsta tor the Round Trip, tl.ao.
The steamer O.H.ROBTH AM, Oapt
fS38EGJ. Peck, will leave New Haven
l3ue p. m., ttunOay. .xoepted. Staterooms sold
OfJloaoc Peek Bishop, n Ohapel street
Steamer CONTINENTAL. Oant.iV, .
R'W,.,Hi''inV,illtr- dnx7 excepted, Sanding
at 23d street, East River "
FOM JTEW VOBJi The O. H. NORTHAM leaves
Peck HUp at I p. m., and the CONTINENTAL at U OO
o'clock p. m., -Sundays excepted Saturday night
at 12 o'clock midnight. ' "
HuaMmy Wight Boat for JTew York.
The steamer NSW HAVEN. Cans. Vttmt m.
Haven at 18tS0p. m. Stateiooms sold at the Elliott
House, Free staffs from InsnranAs RniMinw rr..u ,
street, oomnseaeing at 9 p. m.
..fJ , "i? baggage oheoked through to
Philadelphia, (beth routes) Baltimore and Washing-
Leave
Saratoga,
Troy,
H. Adams,
Bhel. Falls,
Turner's Fl's,
So. Deerfleld,
Wllliams'brg, 6:25 a.
Northampt'n 6:48
rioiyoKB, 0:50
Westneid, 7:20
N. Hartford, 7:28
Flalnvllle, 8:22
n. uaven :2i
New York. 11:59
GOING SOUTH.
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7.30 a. m. 11.00 a. in. 2.45 p. m.
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Price, 50 cents per bottle.
Tor sale bv all druKftists. fieo. 0. Goodnln A Co.,
Boston, and Kichardson A Co., New Haven. Vvbjb..
AgentH.
SECURITY INSURANCE CO.
Off NKW 11AVBH.
HO. 1 LYON BUILDING, 247 CHAPEL STREET
FIRE AUD HARIHE,
CASH CAPITAL, - - - - taOO.OOO.
Ohas. Peterson, Thos. R. Trowbridge, 3. A. Bishop
Dan'l Trowbridge, A. O. Wilcox, Ohas 8. Leete
I, M. Mason, J as. D. Dewoll, Cornelius Pterpont
OHA8. PETERSON, President
CHARLES a. LEETE, Vice President.
H. MASON, Secretary.
cnn w. NwrTT.trTON. Ass't Ree'y. tvl eortstf
KlKin Butter.
A FULL supply always on hand, small package
quality the best made.
(,10 X. E. HALL a BON
10:23 ' 1:81 p. m. 6:12
9:60 1:00 p. m. 6:00 "
10:47 " 1:5S " 6:36 "
m. 10:46 ' 6:26 "
11:16 " 2:18 " 6:58 "
" 11:18 " 2:28 " 6:05
11:45 " 2:63 " 8:83
" 12:68p. m.:58 " 8:33
' 12-40 " 3:55 " 7:23 "
" 1:38 4:58 ' 8:18
' 4:22 6:58 " 10:80
Freight Train with Pass. Gar leaves Northampton
at 4.30, and arrives at Westneid at 6.40 p. m.
w unit given south of uranby Is flew xork time,
and North of Gran by Boston time.
udw. a. uax, oen. Tioket Agent.
O. A. Goodnow, General Superintendent.
New Haven. July S. 1882. Jy7
New York, New Haven & Hartford
K.lf..June tu, lHa.
Trains !. ve New Haven as FU.Ilnws t
FOR NEW YORK 3 55, 4 18. 4 28, 6 20, 6 80, 7 65, 8 30,
v 4u, iu 4o a. m., rz ra noon, J oo, o so, 9 o, s J.
4 57, 6 40, 6 52. 7 00 (to Bridgeport) 7 45, 8 84, 8 46,
11 55, (Washington Exprese) p. m. Sundays, 8 66,
418 a m.. 5 00. 8 16 o. m.
FOR BOSTON via SPRINGFIELD 12 58. 8 15, 10 30 a.
m. 1 21, 3 15, 6 28 p m. Sundays, 12 Mam.
VIA HARTFORD and N. Y. & N. E. KR. 2 20 a, m.
Sundays, 2:20 a. m.
FOR BQ8 ON via NEW LONDON AND PROVIDENCE
12 45 8 8, 10 40 a. m. 3 12 (Newport Ex ), 4 00,
8 16 (to Providence) t. m. Sundays. 12 46 a. m.
FOR SPRINGFIELD, Ac 12 15, 12 68, 2 20 (to Hart
ford); 4 46 (from Belle Dock, except Mondays),
7 06 (to Merlden), 8 15, 10 30, 11 10 White Mt Ex.,
10 40 (to Merlden) a. m. 1 21, 3 16, 6 65 (to Hart-
lord), e 2M, 8 12, p. m. Sundays, 12 68, 4 46 a.
(from Belle Dock )
FOR NEW LGNDON. fcc 12 45, 8 08, 10 40 a. m. 3 12.
4 00, 4 80 (to Conn. River), 6 15, 8 40 p. m. Sun
days, 12 45 a. m. E. M. REED,
e26 Vice President.
iNtm Ha?en and ierD Hiirwawl.
Train arrangement oommenoine June 21, 1883.
LEAVE NEW HAVEN,
At 7:06 and 9:65 a. m., 2:00, 8:38. it 20 and lI:0Cp. Ba
LEAVE ANSONIA,
At 8:60, 9:16 and 11:42 a. m., 8:16 and 7:80 p. m.
Connections are made at Ansonla with passenger
trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Haven
with the principal trains oi other roads centering
were. a. . (jumxAiu), trap.
New Haven, June 20, 1882. Je2
Housatonic Railroad.
Sl'MMEH ARKA"IClK.;wrc!VT, I PI EFFECT
JULY 3, 18e)Sl.
Through Cars Between Bridgeport
ana Albany.
Shortest, Quickest and Cheapest
jtsouce tor AJioany, 'ixoy. Sar
atoga and tbe West.
PASSENGER TRAINS
Lane BRIDGEPORT for ALBANY. TROT, SARATO
GA and the WEST, 10:10 a. m. (upon arrival of
9:40 a. m. train from New Haven) WITH
THROUGH CAR. FURaLBAHYWMriT
log at 2:40 p. m. Arrives at Saratoga 428 a. m.
connecting at Albany witn 8:10 p. m. OUioago
Express, arriving in Ohioago at 8:00 the next
p. m.
Leave BRIDGEPORT at 6.26 p. m. (connecting with
4:20 p. m. Train from Hew Baven) arriving is
Albany at 10:06 p. m.. Saratoga 13:48 a. m.
Returning Train leaves PittaBeld at 8:00 a. m.. State
Line at 8:80 a. m., Albany at 8:66 a. m. (with
THHUlKiH CAH via Htate Line) arrlvln,
In Bridgeport at 13:80 p. m.. ' New Haven at 1:1
jp. m. 6:00 a m. train frent Plttsneld mon days
only, arriving in Bridgeport at 10:00 a m.
New Haven 12:05 p. m.
Through 'Cloaets sold and Baggage Checked direct
to and from New Haven, Fittsll eld and all Hons
atonic Stations, North Adams, Albany, Troy and Sara-
cogs.
H. D. AVER ILL, General Ticket Agent.
W. H. YEOMANS, Superintendent.
General Offices, Bridgeport, Oonn.
Boston & New York Air Line R.R
On and after MONDAY, May 8, 1883, trains
IFlT"11 run as xoiiows :
M :00 a m. train for Willi mantle
iQj8:0& a m. Train for Wllllmantle connects at
Willlmantlo with trains of the N. Y. and
N. E. and N. L. N. railroads, arriving in Boston
at 1:26 p. so., Provldenos12'65, Woro ester 3:10
p. m., ana norwicn at line a m.
10:36 a m. Train for Willlmantlo, connecting at Willl
mantlo with N. Y. and N. E. and New London
Nortnern uallroaaa -6
23 p. m. Train for WilUmantlo, connecting at Willi.
mantlo with New London Northern B. E. tat
Norwich and New London.
Trains leave Tnrnerville for Colohesterat8:46 a m.,
lIOO, o:z ana e:uo p. Ul.
Leave Colchester for Tnrnerville at 9:24 and 11:48 a.
m,, and 6:17 and 7:68 p. m.
Trains connect at Mlddletown with the Hartford
and Connecticut Valley Railroad for Saybrook and
uartrnra. a. a. itkab bUJN,
my8 Superintendent.
Naueatuck Railroad.
COMMENCING Monday, November 7, 1881, trains
leave New Haven via N. H. et D. R. R., oonn act
ing with this road, at
7:06 a. m. Connecting at Ansonla with passenger
train for Waterbury, Litchfield and W la
sted. 9:60 a m, Through oar for Waterbury, Watertown.
Lltohneld, Wlnated.
3:00 p. m. Connecting at Ansonla with passenger
iux jr.
or Wl
Litchfield, W lasted.
8:16 p. m. Connecting at Ansonla for Waterbury.
FOR NEW HAVEN Trains leave Wlnsted : 7:06
m., 1:16 p. mu, with through oar and at 6:16 p. ra.
TRAINS LEAVE WATKKBU HE At 6:00 a SO., 8:18
a m., tnrougn oar, iu:ou a. a.. I'll p. m., through
car, 6:40 p. m. GEORGE W. BEACH,
superintendent.
Bridgeport, November 7, 1881.
train for Waterbi
6:25 p. m Through oar for Waterbury, Watertown.
Jy
sAH. U -VARD, Agent.
Stalin's New Haven Trans
portation Line.
Leaves New Haven Dally except Sunday.
Leaves New York Dally except Saturday.
rw THE JOHN H. STBIN, Capt MoAl
taififiiliilH. i'ter, every Tuesday and Thnradav at
10:15 P.ua; every Saturday at 11-15 n m The
ERARTOT OOKNING, Capt 'spoor, eve Son.
.ni j b xu:io p. m.
Returning, leave New York from Pier 18, foot of
OortimAmbetMt, at 9 p. m. the 8TARIN every Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday, the CORNING every
nK. J?1. r""1 ursday. The only Sunday
night boat from New York.
Fare, with berth in cabin, 81 ; with berth in state
room, fl.60. Exouraloa tickets. $1.60.
r,ree uoacn leaves the depot at 8:10 p. m. Leaves
corner of Church and Chapel streets every half hour,
commencing at 8:30 p m.
ickms sold and baggage checked to Philadelphia.
Passengers bv Fair H.vnn .n w...m.
stop at Brewery street, only three blocks from the
Ttcksts and Staterooms can be purchased at McAl
Warren's (our up-to we offloei, at the Tontine
.". iu ouv ana roi u impel street.
South JEnd and Morris' Cove Stage
Line.
T EAVES Sonth End at 8:15 a m. and 1:15 and 6:15
M-A p. m ; Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Leaves 886 Ohapel
atreet, B. ston Grocery, at 9:,5 a m. and 2:30 and 7:30
p. xn.; oaturaay at e:u instead ox 7:3U.
Jel5 8m JAMES D. A8HBEE. Manager.
w
SH
Largest assortment. Lowest nrlcea Sole aae&ta
for the "WHITNEY" Carriages and other manufaotur-
era v. uuwjks tt CO.,
myO 6m 49 Orange Street.
Stephen M.Wier,
Successor to Miner &Wier,
Carriage Manufacturer.
260 EL.M STREET,
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
I am offering a large stock of Carriages at greatly
reduced prices, made from the beat matertala
Seoond-Uand Carriages, including, a light Ooupe
ery low. eeve
USINESS MEM
IN WANT OF BUSINESS
Can do bettor In tbe West Um In mar
Mfatar -eeuoi mi ibo . 'u wye
It are Opportunltitxti !-Few m &oo1, Noao Hotter I
75 rapidly growing Towns (moat prodnctfve rv
niotiB of MinneHota. Btakota, and Iowa) louwr the
Western Railway, offer unequaltxt iuduroui&nta
x uiuiceu capital.
to miKhinv bnsdneaa men of tiniited capital. Pop
particulars address CHA8. E. MMMONtS
LanU L4JUUI11INUUW J. X. TT. XV
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Only Vegetable Compound tha
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blood. A Book sent free. Dr.
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FOR BALE BV ALL DROoailTS.
jelS
W. B. MILLER, Agent,
xoew xiaven, oonn.
NATIONAL LIKE OF STEAMSHIPS T
BSTWEEV ftTXTVV YORK, UVBRPOOL
QUIINOTOWS AND LONDON DIRECT.
New York. - Arm amrms Ih.
5","ii,.?Jb" Atlantic Cabin rates, 860 to 70 ; Excur
sion, two to 8120 ; ontward steerage. 5l: Pri
"SffTf a. Ml lower than most
Other Lines." Offloea 69 ana Ts Hmjtmm xj v v
T. W. J. HURST. Manager. ' "
AS2!?!.'.WiIT,n BraNZXI, BOBANTON
'. ITTZPATBICK. A. afnAT.TflTirR aincni Til
DOWNES. '
.ANCHOR UNE.
CmraD States Mail STaurau
Sail Weekly to and from
Hw Yon aim Olasoow, via Lokdoxdehhy.
Cabin Passase, 860 to $80. Be torn s. tllo to $140.
Seoond Cabin, 84a Return Ticket, $76.
Steamers sail every Saturday to and from
Naw Toaa and Loimoa Direct.
Cabin Passage, $56 and tea Beturna, 100 and 1129
Steerage Pasaengers booked at low rates.
Passenger accommodations unezoelled."
All eiATESooMH on Maim Dkok.
Passengers booked at lowest rates to or from
Germany, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Ao.
For Book of 'Tours in -ootland." Batea, Plana ao. .
apply to HENDERSON BROTHEBS, NEW YORK, or
i.DWAKD DOWNK8.809 Chapel street,or BUNNELL A
BCBAN TON, 218 Chapel atreet, New Haven.
mal7mo
Perfa-
For the Holidays !
viuatsH sen, uiaw tsott
nt.rjr, eve., at
Apothecaries' Hall,
SOI Chapel Street.
S. a. GCSBRBB
1R. J. L..L.YON
rrTHJC old reliable physician, located in New Haven
M. alnoe May. 1864, (27 years), has removed his of
nee from 196 Ohapel atreet to 49 Ohnrcb atreet, Boom
lLHoadley Building, opposite Postoffioa, up one
night of stairs: antra oe either a 9 church atreet or
87 Orown street. Dr. Lyon will ooatlnue ac hereto
fore to treat aU diseases ef every oam and nature,
with that aoarveloua enncess whloh long years of ex
perience has gtrsn hiaa Thooeaada of testimonials
from grateful patients snatched from the brink of the
Save now rejoicing ra taw perfeotloa of health attest
s unerring skill of Dr. Lyua He especially Invite,
those whose rtisieais under other saethods ef treat
ment have reaaaiaed tatraotiva, to eall apoa him.
Visit him and he will at onoa dascriba your condl
Mon. Perhaps yon would have been eured tt your
physlolan had understood your oaaa
If yoa hava triad for health and failed, it Is no rea.
son why yoa should not try again. Health is pre
clous te all, and if he oannot relieve your ease he will
tell you so. He eaa refer yon to many, perhaps worse
than yen are, that were given up by their phyaielane
and friends, who now enjoy good health. He will
deaoriba yon ease so clearly that you will know ha
perfectly nderatandayonrdiseaaa It la somethlna
m anei taanorsanoe 10 yoa, aitnongh very easily ao
emnpliaaed by htm, though no more wonderful than
It ia onlv ike startlxur mint tn h.it. A.
phyaiolan to naderataad your Htu sst. and then ad
Klnister the simple remedy to remove that lliinees.
Ooma, he will do yon good. Ton may be faithless, he
wlU give you faith by his perfect knowledge ofyonr
, ".".'-t w wuaouxv uiwanifB, pain in tne
stomach.
that cold, slnklna ov
stiff lolnta rheumatlasa.
alt rheom. arvalnelaa .
hiunors, with his vegetabW
Dobbins' Starch Polish.
j , j
every family may
give their linen
that beautiful fin
ish peculiar to fine
laundry work.
Ask your Grocer.
1 n
l. D, l'UDLlil
PHILADEtPHIA, PA,
Bis: ltodnflii to Prices of
Meat.
Round Steak, Hie lb.; Loin, 2 c ; Portcrhonse, 93 e
lamb, forequsrters, i3c; hludquartera, 17o Veal
very cheap ; Early Rose Potatoes, 8O0 a peek 1 Vegeta
bles very cheap ; a large lot of Chickens, 20e lb. - , .
I.. 8chonberserst '
Jy22 1, and 3 Caatral liarktt.
burning at the
goat, fever sores, oano
aealdheed and all bad
Baadlesnaa.
Fersoo at a dlstanoe may consult Dr. Lyon by let.
tor (post-paid), desert Wag their ease, and hava medl
tnee securely put up and forwarded by express t
any part of the United States with full and expUolt
diraotlana f or naa Ofttoa arranged with nparat
paartaients as that patients eeee none but the Dooto r
The following are some of the disease, which Br.
?aa??T?irm ' neha, eolda, ooantmp
tloa, braushttia asthma sore throata Uver complaint,
kidney eomplaint, scrofula, erysipelas, wmlt rheani
aaneer, tnsasis, rhenmstlsm ohronie and inflame.
tory dropsy and pUea blind and bleeding and ail
humors and smptlona of th. blood and akin. Ha
challenges the world to surpass him in - the
btood and entire system of ail Impurities. A class el
fUsssaes from th. offoota of which thousands and tens
of thousands go to a premature grave, ia radioally and
permanently cured by Dr. Lyon. His stlooees in this
class of ailments is not only gratifying but simply
wonderful. The patient after puttinaThlmaeU or her.
self under the Doctor's treatment oommenoos to la.
prove at onoa aad th. aallew oomplexlon and eadav
tflvSHaen udd by the rosy cheeked
P1me.,,,U8tl1-" 1"tfore if you suffer from scy of
thefollowina oomplalnte hasten at onos to the offles
at Dr, Lyon. Speimaaerrhea or invoinntary seminal
astsalona seminal weakness, and even apeolee of
genital irritability, gonorrhea, syphiUla lei pro
lapsaa atari or falling of th. wooblenoorrhea or
and painful ooasplalnts
incidental to both aqxea
To FanAiJW. The rUeeaae peculiar to feme lea
"used by sraakneas, deformity, rttesase and from tak
ing eold, snpu-Mslon, irregularities, painful and im
perfect BMnatrasUoa, prolapsus uteri or falling of th.
womb, speedily aad aflectnaily eared. Consultation
free. Advicw and DuKUolne given la all tlfsmsia for
fl or mere, according to the sevsrsity of Us oaaa. If
700 wish to conununloale by letter, state fully your
diseasa, your age, symptoma duration of Illness, n
poaadeansa and whether married or slngleTsnd in
all oases ths most Inviolable secresy may be relied
upon, v.- . CTV.
Ksoloee a stamp for return postage, and address al
oonuaBnioatlons to or call apoa Dr. i. L. Lyon. 4
Ohareh atreet, New Haven, Oonav OUloe hours from
8 a r. to 9 p. ox. Omce open rianday eveolxupa.
w,AVP"ndara toSHmoatala, waat spaee for
bids the publishing of mora - Their aantaa will he
obaarfnlly given to those desiring theaa by eatliaa a
thaJDoDtor'e.eee Case 1 la thai of a lady whTwat
Dronoanoed by three ot the moat prominent physl
tana ot hea aatlya any to b. to the last aw of 00a.
anmstloa, aad told tiiat kes case was helpless and
. rworao to eoviMI health by
Jbopeleea. .
IV.Lyea aheesrj th. following letter, earnestly
SteatUigtaatttBhoald be published ia the hope tl
saightasswhatheiaataUlariy afnlotod :
u vtsamy oa amirtea with that
that
asaej-Consanaptloa, or any waakneaa of tha ranga. I
Would appeal to than, a (nnM i .,-1 - " -
I Lyon, of Maw Havem, Conn., feeling aura that by so
doing they eaay e swstored to health. Jrea aaverai
vearsa was troubled with a eomgh. hawMrtaaM of the
langaeiuttBewaual symptoma of Ooasamnvloa. I
eensuJted aad was treated by some of th. moat smt.
fcoxst pcyslolans the country afforded, wiUrcm -derlv
tag any permanent benefit whatever. Ia khaeiirtna
dieeeae made saoh rapid progrew that my
atteadtnc physlolan and frtesda gave up all iaovaeof
say Mnovary." ' loth of May, 1863, i aausulted
Ui above named Doctor. I ana at that time reduced
to perfect wraekef my former ealx. eougalng ln-
irtlp,.aaH sronld aeem Jnston the varge o? the
grva After the usual examination, he kindly bat
plainly Informed me as others had done, that my dls
ease was ineurabla ; that I had but a few months Is
live. Having peat oonadenoe In his skill. 1 insisted
f aid so, and with as
' oar. iron cue una
oommenoad the use of hU madioinoa, my eough w a
tees toonnent, I anffered no more from heroorrhage
the lange, aad day by day found the terrifying Tsym
tomaof WensnmpUen disappearing, and was gratia 5
ly regalntng health. I was treated by him one yer
?' i."? 8 fntmlyaay Iwasreetored
to perfect txalth. It la bow March, 1866, and
symptoms of the dtsssse are fait, I have reason to
feel aura that I shall suffer no return of the disease
and it la not only a pleasure to me, but a duty I feel
that I awe to hundred, of sufferers who are beinc
daily carried to the grave by Consumption, to Brae
anon them th. necessity of aaekiiw mt ...
may be foonrt. Very respectfully, . M. B.
The lady who wrote th. foregoing continues in pre
foot health.
The following la an extract from a lector
ad from a patiaat treated aad eared of seminal weak-
Da. Lxoit Dear Sir It is ImmimIM. .
ly express my gratitude to you eonoernliig th. effect
which your medicine has orodanad mn. .
I have Just aaished the medicine yon pnt up for me
and ean truthfully aay that I feel a different belns"
atyappesrtww very regular, and I am not troubled
with that ml 1dehe that laaoa lus -V '!
never was ao refreshing, aa Xamaot disturbed with
dreama. .Before I eeaie to yon it was dlfAoalt for me
to con Has my thoughts for any leasrth os ti,A t .
eubj-c. uaWlWoMy owing to that eomplaint, and
tha contrast lsaulte notlaeabla If I aver know one
troubled with that eomplaint, I shall Immediately di
rect tasu to yoa as an aneotual means ef bvjbs ouaa
for it seems to me that I almost owe my life to yoa.
for if it had been allowed to grow upon me tho time
could not have been far distant when that Inenrable
disease (consumption) would have been deeply seated
la my system. Please aooept my slaoere Uuuiks r
your sreerrjwat tune fa I remain, years trail. -
Established I845.
Tinauseortberraturnethanksforthe Uaaralpaa
ronage bestowed on him for the peat thirty-five
and end.
rears, while eaaaewd tn the Trunk.
d ler j baalaeee at t Bxoaaaga Bulldlna, aad liege to
ln?ra the peblle that oa or about March let aa win
open with a tall stock of tha same elans of Bond, at
to 03ANGEB1-BKKT. where he hopes by strict sAkea.
lion to pnshsese to eeeare a ahareef tliielr peliotiags
1. CUMMINS. Ag
.. t8 ORANGE 8TH
tf Hii.t, P.llsalawBalldlas.
Frcoli Lot
Soft Crab, Frodrs l?s, Blueflsh,
AxAttoKorei, RpetniBfi iiutcKerei.
. Baa, etc, mt
CUARaLKpJ REED'S,
5ft Chnrch Street. opp Postofflce.
Fine Groceries !
FIJVE C.ROCEEUE3 !
Tea, Coffee, Batter, ete. ,
The Best Flour for Bread and
Extra Flour for Fatry.- t
L,EIGH?BROS.,?
NO. 88S 'STATE 'STREET,
Ageatofotjtaperia "fQ-l
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