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August 17, 1882. tfi4!5aS goarnsl anb Cmimr. Thursday Morning, Angnst 17. 1882. Veteran Odd Fellows. Absolutely Pure. This nowd9P ofliur varies. A marvel of purity, strength and whoiesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be eold in competi tion with the multitude of low teat, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., nol eod&wly 106 Wall street. New York. a?saafc SOMETHING EVERY LADY OUGHT TO KNOW. There exists a means of se curing a soft and brilliant Complexion, no matter how Boor it may naturally be. aaa's Magnolia Balm is a deliCitte and harmless arti cle, which instantly removes - Freckles, Tan, Redness, Tloughness, Eruptions, Ynl gar Flushings, etc., etc. So delicate and natural are its effects that its use is not suspected by anybody. fto lady has the right to present a disfigured face in society when the Magnolia Balm is sold by all druggists for 75 cents IS A SURE CURE for all diseases of the Kidneys and LIVER It has specific . ,c on this most important organ, enabling it t. throw off torpidity and Inaction, stimuli tins the healthy secretion of the Bile, and by keeping; the Dowels in free condition, effecting its regular discharge. DM nln.in. If you are suffering from IwalsCls-ls malaria, avo the cMlla, are bilious, dyspeptic, or constipated, Kidney Wort will surely relieve and qulclgy cure. In the Spring to cleanse the System, every one should take a thorough course of it. 41- SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. Price, t. Chills and Fever Simmons' Liver Regu lator soon breaks the Chills and carries the Fever out of the system. It cures when all other remedies fail. Sick Headache. For the relief and cure of this distressing aflllo- tlon take Simmons Liver BegnlatOK DYSPEPSIA. Tbt Kevalator will positively cure this terrible dis ease. Wf assert emphatically what we know to be true. COXSTIPATIO-T should not be regarded 'as a trifling ailment. Nature demands the utmost regularity of the bowels. There fore assist Nature by taking Simmons' Liver Regula tor, it is Harmless, mild ana effectual. BILIOUSNESS. One or two tablespoonfnls will relieve all the tron- Dlea incident to a billons state such as Nausea, Dizzi ness, Drowsiness, Distress after Eating, a Bitter Bad xaare ' sue aioatn. MALARIA. Persons may avoid all attacks by occasionally takine aose of Simmons' layer Regulator to keep the Xdver in neauny action. JBAU 15KEATU generally arising from a disordered Stomach, can be corrected by taking Simmons Liver Regulator. JAUNDICE. Simmons' Liver Regulator soon eradicates this dis ease from the system, leaving the skin clear and free rrom an. impurities. COLIC. Children suffering with Oolio soon experience re lief when Simmons' Liver Regulator is administered. Adults also derive great benofit from this medicine. It is not unpleasant; it is harmless and effective. furely vegetable. BLADDER AND KIDNEYS. Moat of the diseases of the bladder originate from those of the kidneys. Restore the action of the liver fully and both tha kidneys and bladder will be re . stored. KSTake only the Genuine, which always has on tne wrapper uie rea z. i raae mark and signature of J. 0. ZEIIAN Bold by all Druggists. my31 daw & CO., Philadelphia. Summer Complaints At this season, various diseases of the bowels are prevalent, and many lives are fos.'. tb vough lack of knowledge of a safe anu 3ure remedy. Pesry Davis' Pain Killer is a sure cure for Diarrhoea, Dys entery, Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Summer Complaint, etc., aid is perfectly safe. Bead the following : ' Bathbiiidgb, N. T., March S3, 1881. PEBltT DavtPin Kil X.B never fails touffor& instant relief for cramp and pain in the stomach. Joseph Bcrditt. Nihovte, N. Y., Feb. a, 1881. The very best medicine I know of for dysentery, cholera morbus, and cramps in the stomach. Have used it for years, and it is sure cure every time. Julius W. Deb. MomooxA, Iowa, March 12, 1881. I have nsed your Fain Killer, in severe cases of cramp, colic, and cholera mor bus,and it gave almost instant relief. L. E. Caldwell. Carnesvtlle, Ga., Feb. 28, 1881. For twenty years I hiTfa used your Pain Killer In my family. Have used it many times for bowel complaints, andit always cures, would not feel safe without a bottle in thu house. . J. B. I vie. Saco, Me., Jan. 22, 1881. Eave need Pebby Davis' Pain Killer for twel va years. It is safe, sure, and reliable. No mother should allow it to be out of the family. H. I. Nates. Oneida, N. Y., Feb. 19, 1881. Wo Beprtm risinir it over thirtyyears airo, and it always frives immediate relief. Would hardly dare to go to bed without a bottle in the house. W. O. Spehbt. Conwatboho, S. C, Feb. 22, 1881. Nearly every family t t his section keeps a bottle In the house. 1B. E. MoitlON. V. S. 3oijtrLATE, Cbfi, Bhkkish Prussia. Feb. 8, 1881. I have known Pkiiry 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 indispensobte necessity. I. 8. Potteb, U. S. Consul. Bubton-on-Trent. Eno. I bad been several days suffering severely from diarrhoea, accompanied with intense pain, when I tried your Pain "w, and found almost instant relief. . , H. J. Noonk. SI Montague St., London, hs. During a residence of twenty-three years in India, 1 have given it in many cases of diarrhoaa, dysen tery, and cholera, and never knew it to fail to give relief. B. Ciia, 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. -i,n $1.00 per bottle. PEBBY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors, Providence, B. . LADIES DO you want your cuffs and collars to look nice with that beantlfnl polish 7 If you do, use Elastic Starch. This Starch is made expressly for Laundry purposes. It will do the ironing easier, quicker, cheaper and better than any other staroh in the world. It requires no cooking. It keeps the starch from sticking while ironing, and makes your linen as nice as when first bought new; Try one package and you will say that it is the best you have ever used. Elastic Starch Is for sale by all Grocers. anil Kennedy's Champion Biscuits. fTTEPHYBS, Pilot, Graham, Oatmeal, Vanilla Cream, MJ Cocoanut, Kindergarten, Zool gteal. Animals, Leaflet, Fgg, Jumbo, Oswego, Columbia, Albert, all fresh and in stock at all times. D. S. Cooper, anXi 3TS state Street. Country-made Tomato Catsup. ONE hundred gallon! of the finest quality For Sale by mrlt E. K. HALL St BON. SALAD OIL.. JUST BECEIVED, an Invoice of the finest quality of Salad Oil, our own Importation. In quart, Slt and half -pint bottles. For sale by elngle bottle, ozen, or case at moderate prices. . ylS .SOW. Si HALT; & 8021; State Correspondence. Tlieir Annual Summer Reunion A Qood Time. The annual summer gathering of the Vet eran Odd Fellows of this State held yester day at West Haven shore was well attended and as usual was an occasion affording much pleasure to all present. About seventy of the brethren sat down at the dinner, which was served at the Homestead. Previous to dinner they enjoyed a social chat out on the verandah of the house. The tables were set in the large dining room, with an extra table out on the verandah. The list of veterans present at the feast is as follows : New Haven T. C. Hollis, George A. Shubert, Charles Bradley, S. E. Holt, Joseph tiorham, George Simons, . Khelley. ". rona. J. w. vona, w. Nott, Charlts Smith, H. H. Foote, John Lego, Samuel Tolles, H. ! . Andruss, H. . lord, K. 11. Bperry, Kus- sell Norton, Bobert Sizer, C. F. Piatt, Merrick, J. A. Jfei k, tfeorge uiakeman, John M. u. iienarick Baldwin Beecher, David O. Xwitchell, F. DeBussy, A. Lyon, W. W. White, J. A. Nettleton, w. 8. Bald win. J. W. Hammond. A. N. Clark. L. Feldman, M ivahn, lieuoen Kice, w. w. wnue, ju. j. raircnua, George N. Mo8es,Thomas Phillips, Hemingway Smith, George Butler, L. P. Dealing, Ward Nichols, Levi .Tudd, A. Q. Shears, Horace BowmaD, Andrew J. Cut ler, Aaron Belden, L. A. Hemingway. Mericen William is. mix, niram rrancis, ju. tt. Coe. ADsonia Eobert B. word, William B. Bristol, W. B. Slott, David T. Johneon. Waterbury William D. Judd, George Barnes. Bridgeport Ebenezer Wheeler, E. E. Warner. Harttord T. B. Gould. Cheshire H. H. Fields. Hamden Henry Mix. North Haven M. Olmstead. Wst Haven E. T. Main. South Norwalk Peter L. Cunningham. Ex-Grand Chaplain Alonzo G. Shears said grace. Following ex-Urand Master I'miip Pond made an ex-offish-io statement relative to the bill of fare and the gastronomical pref erences of the " brethren. His words were meat-y. The brethren manifested a clam orous preference for the sea food, as exhibit ed in the attack they made. Great was the charge they made this noble band when the tjhell food appeared. Being mem bers of an order which inculcated good principles and orderly living, the veterans were able to take their ra tions with good appetites and a clear con science. Course after course was demolished until they cried "Hold! Enough!" After dinner the veterans discussed the war in Egypt, the crops, the prospects of rain, and betook themselves to strolling about the shore. It was voted the most pleasant sum mer reunion yet held. The only regret was the absence of brothers who were ex-firemen and had to go on the Firemen's excur sion. The committee of arrangements for the day yesterday were Messrs. Philip Pond, chairman ; J. M. D. Hendrick, marshal ; H. F. Andrus, purveyor. Guilford. When Mr. Henry B. Stannard master at the Guilford depot) arose last Friday morning, the 11th, his pants had dis appeared from the chair in bis sitting room where he laid them when retiring the night previous, and as two watches and other valu ables were on the bureau, just through the door into the bedroom, the first impression was that someone tad entered the house and carried them off for the large bunch of keys that fitted locks in the buildings at the sta tion, switches, drawbridge, etc. But with the finding cf the pants in a neighbor's lot near by, with the contents of the pockets all safe save about two dollars in money, and a neighbor's hoe in his (Stannard's) yard, the presumption is that it was the work of ama teurs who opened the blinds, cut the netting out of the window and took them (pants) out with the hoe. Menhaden fishing in Long Island Sound has been unusually dull this season, and had it not been for an unprecedented run of eat able fish in the earlier part of the season the pounds could not have paid expenses, but the past two days' catch has been very much larger, although far below the average num ber of fish have been taken, and the yield of oil. twelve or more gallons to the thousand. has not been exceeded but one year since oil has been made from them. Miss Fannie S. Burgess, of this town, died Ang. 15, aged 59. JVliss Urnce J . irout, or rsraniora, aiea at Deacon John Graves', where she was taken sick during a visit, last Monday morning, and the remains were taken to Branford Tuesdav for -burial. Our barber, A. G. Bomers, has put up an Acme Aooustio telephone" from his shop to his house and those who have tested it say it works satisfactorily. August 13. West Haven. The hop at the Beach House last Tuesday evening was one of the best ones of the sea son. Landlord Freeman had the whole house thrown open for the use of those who tripped the light fantastic. The house was brilliantly illuminated and decorated. Mrs. John Olmstead, a guest of the house, fur nished a basket of nice flowers for the occa sion. There were over 100 couples who took part. A large number came from this city. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman fairly outdid themselves in getting up the affair, and the guests and all were highly pleased with the evening e tertainment. Frank Lucas and Frank Hinman caught 160 bluefish off Hmman's wharf, West Ha ven, last Monday. They are running rather small, bt they are good eating. The Congregational church of Portland picnicked at Savin Bock yesterday. The party, 300 in number, arrived at the depot about 9 o'clock and went by the horse cars to the shore. The Sarsfield Guard hold their annual re union ana picnic at atavm ltocK grove on Tuesday, Aug. 22, the veteran and honorary members participating as well as the active, In addition to the annual picnic exercises there will be boat races, swimming matches and other competitive sports. This afternoon and evening the Columbian Mutual Aid association give their aanual pic nic at Bailroad Grove, Savin Bock. The Ragmen of New York. From the New York Times. Few who listen to the jingling bells and hoarse ory of the ragmen in our streets have any conception of the vast trade of which the cart and the man are one of the familiar adjuncts. A ragman's purchases do not go beyond a few dollars a day. Yet the aggre gate of the trade reaches the big fortune of $30,000,000 per annum. This, too, is the amount paid for rags used by the metropolis alone. A local commercial paper, comment ing on the figures, declares that the trade is still in its infancy. It is expected that within the next decade it will have doubled. The rags are divided into two classes, woolen and cotton. The former are employed in making "shoddy" goods, and are worth from 3 to 35 cents a pound. They are gathered principally in the eastern and western States, as the high protective tariff prevents the im portation of woolen cuttings from abroad. Cotton rags, on the other hand, are duty free, and oome from all divisions of the globe. They are worth from 1 to 6 cents per pound. The business in this class reach es $22,000,000 per annum, the material being utilized in the manufacture of paper. A prominent dealer estimates the number of rag dealers in this city at 800, about a fifth of whom are extensive dealers. The general trade, however, is under the control of a few big dealers. The Italian pickers who go about with a bag on their back and a poker in their hand gather $750,000 worth of rags per annum. They have a monopoly of the "street pickings," having driven out the Irish and Germans, who years ago engaged in this scavenger-like industry. There are about 2,000 of these rag-pickers at work, aocording to the paper quoted. The hand-cart dealers do a business that reaches the neat sum of $3,000,000 per annum. Last year the cotton rag importations reached $10,000,000 in val ue. The industry is a progressive one and gives employment to many people in sorting and packing. The sorters are women, get ting $5 a week ; the packers, men, getting from $12 to $14 per week. The best cotton rags are obtained in this country, although the demands of trade are such that supplies have to be obtained from abroad. From the cotton rags are manufactured every grade of paper from the finest writing to the common est wrapping paper. The bulk of the trade in this style of rags is oonflned to this city, which absorbs all of the traffic in woolen rags. It has required only twenty-five years to develop the rag trade from a mere nothing to its present dimensions, and fortunes, it is said, are being made by dealers. As proof of the bonanza it yields, a paper cites the fact that a mammoth mansion oalled the "Bagman's Palace" is being built in One Hundred and Fifteenth street, near Fifth av enue, by a man who made a fortune dealing in old rags. Stilling the Waves with Oil. From the London Standard. In Parliament, recently, the Earl of Car narvon called attention to the effects said to be produced by pouring oil upon the sea in tempestuous weather, and inquired what measures the Board of Trade had adopted to test the value of recent experiments and to encourage a discovery valuable to life and property at sea. Lord Sudeley said the idea of throwing oil on troubled waters had a certain fascination about it which would always render the ex periment interesting. Unfortunately, it was a subject on which a great deal of ssnsation al and impracticable matter had been pub lished. There was no doubt upon a certain point. With special conditions of wind, tide and current, oil on troubled waters was of considerable use, and undoubtedly it had been found of advantage on tidal bars, and in case of boats beaching through a surf. They must, however, divest themselves of all idea that it would altogether prevent ship wreck and loss of life on harbor bars. Oil on waves has been constantly used on the Assyrian coast, and in Pliny's time it had been used by divers to keep the waters smooth so that they might get more light. Dr. Badeley, in 1857, had tried many experi ments on the subject, but they were not very successful. A number of papers had also been read at many institutions, and there had been a very able review article on the sub ject. The Board of Trade has taken great interest in the matter, and they were most anxious to collect all the authentic facts which could be obtained. The Board of Trade, however, did not see its way to ex pend money or to become investors in this matter. It seemed to them that it was their duty in this respect to carry out the same views as they had in regard to railways namely, to encourage experiments by others. After referring to Mr. Shields' experiments at Peterhead, and to their admittedly incon clusive character, pointing to the fact insist ed on by many authorities, that oil was use less in very severe gales of wind, the noble lord said that those experiments would be re peated during the coming winter, and would be carefully watched and recorded. There was no doubt oil would be of use to throw overboard during a wreck to enable boats to approach, and it might be of use when boats were being veered down to a wreck from the windward. There seemed also something in the idea of oil attached to a lifebuoy, for as it would smooth the surface, it would enable the buoy to be better seen, and it would give the drowning man, if he did see it, a better chance of getting hold of the lifebuoy. In this way, therefore, it seemed very worthy of trial. is ex preach on at the five Madison. Bev. Samuel Bushnell preached in the Con gregational church last bunday. It pected that Key. William Liee win next Sunday. LaBt Saturday the express train Shore Line road which passes here o'clock struck and completely demolished a cow "belonging to Charles F. Hill. The but tons from her horns were all that was saved. The Young Ladies' society made about $70 from their bazaar last week. Ice cream will be sold at Mr. Norton's hall, at the foot of Wall street, on Wednesday evenings, August 16 and 23. The masquerade last Saturday evening was a very successful affair. The costumes were unique, and some of the dancing very good indeed. On Sundav nieht the sailboat "Patience," owned by Captain John Hoyt, was cut loose and sent adrift by persons unknown. She was picked up off Sachem's Head by Captain William Hill, of Guiltora. A reward has been offered for the capture of the oettv thieves who take flowers from oeoDle's front vards and commit such out rages as untieing boats, etc. It is about time that something was done to bring these mean scamps to justice. We are inclined to think that the reporter from Guilford to the New Haven Register overstepped the bounds of moderation, as well as of truth and justice, in an article of last week in reeard to a citizen of tms town We are glad to inform that gentleman that Mr. Smith was not arrested for resistance to the officer and could not have been under law. Moreover, he was mistaken in saying that there were three bushels of oysters in Mr. Smith's boat. All that the officers could make, shells and all. was two bushels and four quarts, which measured one and one half bushels of culled oysters. No violation of law was intended. August 16, 1882. State News. Harrison Meredith, a colored coal shoveler of Norwich, is accused by his fourteen-years old stepdaughter of being the father of her child and is held for trial. The New London Northern railroad has added two new locomotives to its stock. Thev are six-wheel engines, eighteen-inch cylinder, and twenty-four inoh stroke of pis ton. The people of the Willow Brook district of East Hartford are now in the enjoyment of postoffice facilities, a new postoffice hav ing recently been established there, named Willow Brook, with Frederick L. Pratt as postmaster. Two young girls from Groton entered store in New London last week and were about to depart with two pair of satin shoes when they were discovered by the clerk. The girls stated that this was their first experi ence of shoplifting and consequently they were forgiven. Mrs. Jud Ljman, of Suffield, lost her wed ding ring eleven years ago in an old horse shed, and was happily surprised a few days since in recovering the same, it having been found in a corn field, which the manure that had been scraped up in the old shed had been fertilized with. Charles R. Henshaw, of Suffield, a err ad u ate of the class of '82. Weslevan University' died unexpectedly on Sunday, August 13 at his home in Suiheld of nervous prostration brought on by too close application to his studies. He was a worthy young man and a favorite with his classmates. In Southington last Saturday morning Mr, Nelson Crowell killed two rattlesnakes on the farm belonging to J. B. Savage, one hav ing eight rattles and the other nine, and on Saturday afternoon Bo ward Ackert.who hves on the next farm, captured one alive which has eight rattles. He still has the snake in his possession in a healthy condition, but with a vicious temper. An Elegant Toilet Preparation, Hair dressing and restorative is to be found in London Hair Color Bestobbr. 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, M. 1., 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 itestorer can be obtained at all the leading druggists at 75 cents a bottle. anglo 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 hsh hne 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 dessert spoonful of Sea Moss Farine, bolt five min utes, and pour over tne nsn in the dish in which it is to be baked. Bake twenty min utes. aulO ateodltw Kidney Disease. Pain, Irritation, Retention, Incontinence, Deposits, Gravel, etc., cured by "Buchu- paiba." $1. Depot 289 State street. Catarrh of the Bladder. Stinging irritation, inflammation, all Kid ney and Urinary Complaints cured by "Buch upaiba." $1. Depot, 289 State street. "I have used Simmons' Liver Regulator with successful effect in bilious and colic and dyspepsia. It is an excellent remedy and certainly a public blessing." D. Masterson, Sheriff of Bibb Co., Ga. eul4 3teod ltw. Kind letters from all the States give grate ful praise for Healy's Tonic Pills or Cordial. See adv. on page 4. Regular physicians have proved Cephaline the best medicine extant for sick, nervous and bilious headache. ault 3teod ltw We think we can cure a bad case of back ache quicker with one of Carter's Weed and Belladonna Backache Plasters than by any other application, and after the backache is cured you can still wear the plaster without discomfort for two or three weeks or longer. This combination of smart weed and bella donna is a great hit, and it is hard to find any pain or ache that will not yield to it. Price 25 cents. Sold by druggists everywhere. Wholesale by Richardson & Co. ; all drug gists at retail. alG 6d lw Ministers, lawyers, teachers and others whose occupation gives but little exercise should use Carter's Little Liver Pills for tor pid liver and biliousness. One is a dose. Wholesale by Richardson & Co. ; all drug gists at retail. al6 6d lw A Sure Cure. A bottle of Dr. Fuller's Pocket Injection, with syringe combined. All druggists, $1 Ask your physician and he will tell 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. augl4 12d2w For tremulousness, wakefulness, dizziness, and lack of energy, a most valuable remedy is Brown's Iron Bitters. augll 6td lw Personal I I'o Alen Only 1 The Voltaio Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaio Belts and Elec tric Appliances on trial Tor thirty days to men (young or old) who are afflicted with Nervous Debili ty, Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete restoration of health and manly vigor. Address as above. N. B, No risk is incurred, as thirty days' trial Is allowed. no2 dw'y Havana CJlgars. WE have in stock an extra line or Imported Cig ars, comprising all the popular brands. New and fresh goods at lowest rates. For sale at retail by the box, and to tho trade, SW E, E, HALIi & SOX. THE HEW REMEDY. HOPS M HALT BITTERS. (Not Fermented.) THE GREAT Liver&Kidney Remedy AND BLOOD PURIFIER. This new Remedy is compounded from the best known curatives, such as Hops, Malt Extract, Cascara Sagrada (Sacred Bark), Buchu, Dandelion and Sarsaparilla, combined with an agree able Aromatic Elixir. These Remedies act upon the Liver. They act upon the Kidneys. They Regulate the Bowels. They Quiet the Nervous System. They Promote Digestion. They 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 tour words. HOPS AND MALT BITTERS in large red letters. tTake no other.3 At Wholesale and Retail by all dealers. ROCHESTER MEDICINE CO., ItocTiester, X. X". Fruit! Fruit! Fruit! T,arffe Itite Watermelons. 30c each. 60 baskets fine Freestone Pearlies received fresh this morning, 10c qt , or $l.oQ basket. Freeh sound whortleberries, iuc qz. Large extra fine Blackberries, 10c qt. Nice Blackberries, 8c qt. Fine rite Tomatoes. 5c ot. Large red Astracoan Apples for table, 50c pk, cheap. JNice uooKing AppieB, at e ps. Nice Kipe Nu'meg Melons 3c and 5o each. Fresh picked Cucumbers, lc each. Extra large juicy Lemons, 3'Jc doz. NiVfl TifimnnH. '24c doz. Everything way down. Come early ! Come to-day and you will not be disappointed. D. M. WELCH & BON aulO i3K and 30 Congress ii. Tenne. Lumber ! Lumber! fXIHE wholesale markets have advanced the prices ji or Lumber, out we enii sell our stock put in before the advance at old prices. We have a large quantity of spruce, Fotthern Pine Lumber and Flooring, and all kinds of Lumber for buhdiog cabinet aud carriage work, all of which we will sell cheap for the next thirty rtass. We desire particularly to call the attention of those wishing to buy intending to soil again, or large buil ders wisning jod iocs cneap. George Ailing & Son, No. 100 Water Street. aul 2 LYDIA E. PiMECHAftf'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND. ' Is a Positive Cure Fop all those Painful Complaints and Weaknesses o common to our best female population A Medicine for Woman. Invented by n Woman Prepared by a Woman, Tha Greatest medical Dbcorery Since tho Dawn of III story. tyIt revives 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 check of woman the fresh roses of life's spring and early summer time. Physicians Use It and Prescribe It Freely It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all craving for stimulant, and relieves weakness of the stomach. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight and backache, is always permanently cured by its use. For the cure of Kidney Complaints of cither sex thla Compound Is unsurpassed. X.TDIA E. PIXKHABPS BLOOD PURIFIER Will eradicate every vestico of Humors from the Blood, and give tono and strength to the system, of man woman or child. Insist on having it. Both the Compound and Blood Purifier are prepared at 233 and 335 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass. Price of either, $1. Six bottles for $5. Sent by mail in the form of pills, or of lozenges, on recsipt of price, $1 per box for either. Mrs. Finkham freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Enclose Set. stamp. Send for pamphlet. Ko family should be without LYDIA E. FINKHAM'S UVEtt PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness, and torpidity of tho liver. 25 centa per box. &&-Sold ty all Druggists. 0) xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx PLASTER ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc 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 piasters sim ply relieve. Crick in the Back aud Neck, Pain in the Side or Limbs, StlS Joints and Muscles, Kidney Troubles, Kheumatism, Neuralgia, Sore Chest, Affections of the Heart and Liver, and all pains or aches In any part cured Instantly by the Hop Plaster. pp-Tryit. Price 25 cents. Sold by all druggists. Hop Plaster Co.. Manufacturers. Mailed on receipt of price. Caktjsr, Harkis & Hawlkt, i) General Agents, Boston. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx LAME BACK Cures Dyspepsia, Nervous Affec tions, General Debility, Fever andl Agile, 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. Thompson? Candee Trucking, Freight, Moving Furniture, Pianos and Ma chinery promptly done. OFFICE, No. 79 Orange Street, New Haven, Ct. aulO TURNIP -AT FRANK S. PLAIT'S, SEEDSMAN AND FLORIST, S(l and Sit) Hinte Street. au5 d&w FOR SAIiE, VERY MUCK BELOW COST, A Large and Elegant Assortment of Marble and Enameled MANTELS, &c. At tho Marble and Granite Works of T. PHILLIPS & SON, 143 High Street, New Haven. financial. Niw Ioek. Aug. 16 3 p. M, Monty closed at 2 per oent. ExoUange was steady at $4 8fla4 8!W. Governments closed firm. Closing prices reported over the private wire cf BUKNELL & SCKANTON. Bankers and Brokers. Alton and Terre Haute 40 Alton and Terre Haute pfd 87 American Dlst. Tel 61 Boston & N. Y. Air Line pfd 76 Burlington and Quincy l;,8 o. u. u. and I Canada Southern. . " " Central Pacific Ohicagoa nd Alton Uhlcaua, Bt. X,. and New Orleans Col., Chio. and Ind. Con Ches. and Ohio do. 1st pref do. 2d nruf . Del., Lack, ana West Del. and Hudson Canal ...83 ... M ...:n. ...HI Asked. 42 88 S7 nx 188". 84 65 94 142 Henry 1L. Raymond & Co., COMMISSION STOCK BROKERS, No. 4 Pine Street, New York, Transact a general brokorago business with experi ence and excellent facilities. Bailroad Rtochs carried on '.i to 10 per cent, margin. Financial Report, de Vfltod to the interest of iuv. stors and operators mail ed free ; also cjmplote information. Oniera on Sitn Francisco Exchange also ttIn offering our services to out-of-town invest ors we will, when desired, furnish prominent refer ences, including Bankers, Senators and Merchants. je'zy eoa 12f ViX l7 26 1485,, 118 'j h: Denver and Kio Grande. isrie Erie pref krie Seconds Erie and Western.. East Term. , Va. & Ga ' " Pf 'rl - - Express Adams American United States... Wells Faron Han. and St. Jos Han. and St. Jos. pfd. Houston and Texas Ind Bloom & West Illinois Central Kansas and Texas Lake Shore Louisville and Nashville. . Manhattan Elevated New Pipe Line Memphis Chrleston.. . . Metropolitan Elevated Michigan Central Mobile and Ohio Missouri Pacific Morris and Essex l'2fiw,- Nashville and Chattanooga 63 whw aeraey central 7x New York Central 137.V New York Elevated WX New Central Coal 16 Northern Pacific 51 Northern Pacific nfd 95! Northwest 149 Northwest pfd 175 Norfolk and West pfd 55 18 24 f 38 27j H8J 118 it 61 3UJS 40 7j !8 41 41 llJi 12 19 138 140 94 9S 74 75 131 132 85 90 95 5i 85 896 ''' 44 137X 137Ji 89? mu 115? 115s 75 75 i 54tf 66, 62(,j 63 99, 23 . . .106' 173 ... 37Jf ... . . .112. ... 25?i 45 ... 36i ... 62 1201s; Ohio Central uhio and Mississippi Omaha Omaha pfd Ontario and Western. ......... Panama Pact tic Mail Peoria, D. and Evansville Reading Richmond! & Danville Bock Island 138 Rochester Pitts 27 y. St. Paul Wi St. Paul pfd 138X Texas PaciUo 51 Gnion Pacific 116 Chicago and St. Louis Ohl. ago and St. Louis pfd lVabash 37 y Vabash pfd 65J Western Union Tel 89Ji St. Louis fhl 8t. Louis pfd 33 Government bonds closed as follows : 6's, '81, coup ti's continued. 5s continued 5's, '81, coup t Jtfs, '91, reg 4$ s, '91, coup. ..... ts, 1907, reg Is, 1907, coup lurrency 6s, '95.. . 99,',; 23X 107 127X 64 79,'i 137 110 19 61 '31, 149X 177 18 J 38 64?,' 25S 45' 30 63 121 139 27K 1234 13X 52 110X 37 66 89X 15 3K 111 bid lll'X bid ." .' ." ,113Ji bid 114M bid 119 bid 119K bid 130 bid Currency 6s, '96 131 Currency 6s, '97 132 Currency 6s, '98 133 Currency 6s, '99 134 Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows : Firsts 116Xall7X urx-axitB.. .. 1 1 -1 X a 1 1 Funds 121 al22 Centrals 115$ali6 MINING STOCKS. Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked. Am. Flag 10 Hibernia 7 8 Amie 18 19 Hortense 23 Alice 230 260 Independence. 90 Alt. Mon 60 Iron Silver 203 210 Belle Isle 25 Lacrosse 21 25 Best & Belh... Leadvillo Con. 71 72 Bodie 475 475 L. Pitts 125 150 Buckeye 170 185 L. Chi f 50 Basslck Miner Boy.... 5 7 Br.sdshaw 25 Mooe Calaveras 6 Navajo Cale. B. H N. Standard. . California 15 17 Nor'n Belle. . . Climax 20 N. Belle Isle. 20 Con Imp Ontirio 40 Con. Va 38 40 Orl. & Mil 22 24 Cfcrysolite 235 245 Rappahanock.. 16 Cen. Ariz 55 Robinson Con. 155 160 ' herokee 26 Rising Sun.. . . 35 Dnrango Sierra Nev Dunkin 22 Standard Decatur 60 62 S. Cliff Eureka Con... 14X Sutro 37 39 Empire-Utah.. Rp Valley. 270 E. Oregon,.... 149 Stormont 35 Granville S. Hite. new.. G. Prize 55 60 So. Pac 13 14 Goodshtw 7 St. L. 1 & 4 8 Gr. F ast 4 5 St. L 2 lc 3 27 28 Gr'n Mtn Tuscarora 07 Gold Stripe. . . 27 Un. Con 5? Romestake 19Jf 20 Unadllla 8 Hukill 35 Vizina 115 125 Horn Silver. . . 9 New York Produce Market. Nbw York. Aus. 16. FT.OT7R Tllll Anrl RtroYifrlv In Vmvvai fnvra. State, $3 50a8 00; Ohio, H 75a7 60; western, $3 50a 8 00 : southern, $4 9 a7 75 ; sales 1 2,500 barrels. WHEAT 2sfa3i,'c. lower, and dull and heavy ; sales 24,000 bushels No. 2 red forAugust, $1 12)4 ; 96,000 bushels do. for September. $1 12al 13 ; 280,000 bushels do for October, $1 13-aal 14 ; 96,000 bush els do for November, f I 15,al 15) ; 24,000 bushels do. ior ueceaioer, si le. CORN aio. lower, moderate trade ; xutxed w.st era for spot. 86a89o.; do. for futures, 77a86o.; sales. 470,000 bushels. OATS - 3 alio, lower: State, S8.'a6lc. : western E2a76c; sales, 470,000 bushels, including No 2 for August, oj?sa3ij,c ; ao. ior September, 45ya46c.; do ior uctooer, 4aa46. BEEF Quiet. PORK Dull ; spot new mess, $21 75a22 00 ; old do. 21 zo. LARD 152Q. lower and weak; steam rendered f 12 6'2 vr ; sales, 350 tierces. BUTTER Very firm and good Inquiry ; western, mzDc; tate lovtiiQc.; jiKin creamery, 26c. SUGAR Hteady and quiet. MOLASSES Qu et. PETROLEUM Dull. RICE Firm. COFFKE Quiet. FREIGHTS Steady. SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE Firm at 46Vc. KOSIN Steady at $1 80al 95. TALLOW Firm at 83ia8 7 16c. Local Stock Quotations. famished by Bunnell St Scranton, BANKERS AND BROKERS, Brewster Building. BANK STOCKS. New Haven County National Bank (par $10) Second National Bank New Haven National Bank Tradesmans National Bank Yale National Bank Merchants National Bank (par $50) . City Bank (State) Mechanics Bank (State, par $60).. . . STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS. Connecticut 6s, due 1884 Conn. 6s, exempt from taxation. .... Connecticut 5s, due 1887-97 New Haven City 5s, due 1887-1897. . New Haven City 6s, due $20,000 a year New Haven City 7s, due 1901 N.Haven Town 6s,Air Line issue, 1889 N. Haven Town 6s,War L'n issue,1885 N.Haven Town 6s,County Loan, 1890 RAILROAD BONDS AND STOCKS. New Haven and Northampton 6s, Consolidated Mortgage, 1909. . . . New Haven and Northampton 7s, due 1899 Holyoke and Westiield 7s, guaran teed by N. H. and N. Co New Haven and Northampton 7s, new issue New Haven and Northampton 5's. . 1911 Boston and New York Air Lino 6s, due 1905 Colchester Railroad 7s, guaranteed by Air Line Housatonic 6:s, 1st Cou. Mortgage. . . New Haven and Derby Railroad 7b, 1st Mortgage, due 1885 New Haven and Derby Railroad 7s, 2d Mortgage (guaranteed) Connecticut Western Railroad 7s, 1st Mortgage Connecticut Valley Railroad 7s, 1st Mortgage Union Pacifio Railroad 6s, 1st Mort gage Union Pacifio Railroad 7s, Land Grants. Union Pacific Railroad 8s, Sinking Fund New York, New Haven and Hartford R. R. Stock (par $100) Kaugatuck Railroad Stock Heusatonic preferred New Haven and Northampton Rail road Stock (par $100) N. Y. and N. England 1st mortgage 6's. due 1905 New York and N. England 7's Shore Line Railway Stock Boston and New York Air Line Pre ferred Stock BoBton andN. Y.Air Line Common. New Haven and Derby Railroad Stock (par $100) Fair Haven and Westvllle Horse Railroad Co. (par $25) West Haven Horse Railroad Co. (par $26) MISCELLANEOUS. Conn. Telephone Co. Stock New Haven Water Co Fair Haven Water Co. Bonds, 7s, guaranteed by N. H. W. Co New Haven Gas Co. Stock (par $25), Mexican and Spanish Dollars Trade Dollars Chili Dollars Canada Bills Nova Scotia Bills English Sovereigns $4 82 Bid. Asked. 13M 159 161 160 119 61 121 70 104 105 105 105 100 130 110 105 106 115 105 113 103 122 117 122 180 178 130 116 155 161 121 110 106X 43 80 117 36 85 98X 77 98 95 107 STE WAIST JiliOVVN'ft SONS, 38 PINE STREET, JIEW YOlllt. Gorei'ument Securities, Mocks anu KSomls, Bought and Sold on Commission. Investment Securities a Specialty. myzu my IMFliS TO MS MINT IN. All Coupons due in July on Northwestern Firai Mortgages sold by me should he sent to me without del&y, to he forwarded. A good stock of mortgages from $200 to $2,000 on hand ready for delivery. Interest and principal pay able at my office. Rates 6 to 8 per cent. Money always to be had from my office at easy rates on city property but none on chattel or personal teourlty. AJLFKJBI WALKER, Jel4 lmdAW 85 Orange Street. BANKING HOUSE OF HENRY CLEWS & CO., 18 Mew Street, IV. Y., Next Door to the Stock Kxchanpro, 8tocks and Bonds bought and sold only on commis sion for cash or on margin. Deposits received. 4 per cent, allowed on dally balances. Members ot the New York Stock Exohanse and the Chicago Board of Trade. Private wire to Chicago. N T Citv fnsH Broadway. T,ri,,t.;-(34fi Broadway. Branches )Graud 0entral HoteL Stocks for Sale. New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Com pany'a stock, for sale by Bunnell & Scranton, Bankers and Brokers, JjU 216 and 218 Chapel Street. VMSMLYE & m., BANKERS, NEW YORK. and iell on oomccJeaion. for caali or on mar 3 Kin, all cootirJtiBB dealt in at the Maw YorkStoefe Eiohanse. All issues of Government Bonds bor.ght and sold at market rates, free nf commission, and on hand fot Immodl atq deli very. SPECIAL ATTKNTIOK IVfCJt TO KXCIIAIYOHIS J5 iSOjSI?J I WASIXINCI- TON FOR ACCOUJIT OF ISAffKSi THE ELM CITY ABD0HHAL a simple lacing and one buckle on each nidn 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 me adjustment a saving of time and pa tience which everyone will ariDreciate. These Supporters are made of durable ma- eriai 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 a comiorwDie 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 TXAUBUT, Rea Bass, Blackflnh, Fresh Mackerel, 1 A Steak Codttsh. Eela, Swordflsh, Haddock, Lob sters, Bluensh, Oysters a'rd Clams. Prime Beef, Mutton, Freeh Pork, Lamb, Veal, Fowls ana spring uuicueus. Choice 8uar cured Smoked Hums, Shoulders, Breakfast Bacon, Smoked and Dried Beef, Fulton Market Smoked and Hckled Beef Tongues. Sweet Potatoes, Citron fttelons, Watermelons, Peach es, Tomatoes, ureen uorn, Lima Beans. JUDSON BROTHERS' Packing and Provision Co 505 and 507 State Street. aull HARD AND SOFT CRABS SALMON Price reduced, BliTJEFISH, MACKEREL SEA BASS, SPANISH MACKEREL, &c, Xc, at A. Foote & Oo.'s J 623 353 State Street. 1150 111 11.511 ALL WOOL FLANNEL LACE SHIRT With 12 rows of fititchings, and 32 eyelet holes of tho finest makes, for $1,50 $1.50 $1.50 Worth $2.50, At Morris Brenner's Popular Gents' Furnishing Store, 345 STATE STREET. TJIAEGEH'S NEW OTAURM 18 SALOON, CENTER STREET. Bet. TEMFLE and GKEGSON. Tho Finest Kstabllshment In the State. SPACIOUS ELEGANT ATTRACTIVE. All tko appointments are conBtrncted after the moe modern designs. Imported Draught Lager. The only place in tho city where it can be obtained. RHINE WINE of my own Importation. The choic est Ales, Wines, Liquors and imported and domestic Cigars. 1 ho LUN ;H COUNTER is presided over by a first-class cook from New York. The Old Stand, Chapel, corner of Church conducted by Myselfaa usual. Bottled Wines, Laser, etc., for family and medicina use delivered in any part of the city. A. C. TRAEGER. my 18 6m Sigrist & Co.'s Wine Jellies. Six Varieties for Family Use. Port, Madeira, Angelica, Flaming Tokay, Uolden Tokay, Dry Muscat, AT L.OW PRICES. Gilbert & Thompson, ap27 3U4r Chapel Street . Crockery to Loan Crockery, Cutlery, Plated Ware, Glass Ware, Lnu terns, &c., to loan to Camp Caterers, Societies, Regi mental Reunions, Fairs and Clam Bakes. I have especial facilities Tor furnishing' Ware to large parties, and am ready to do so at the lowest rates. A. W. MINOR, Crockery, China and Glass Ware, 51 Church Street, New Haven ana Northampton Railroad. TIME (IK P4SSKS(iEa TRAINS. Comm.nrlnK .July 5. Trains leaving New Haven at 10:23 a. m. and Sara toga at 1O:H0 a ra. have Parlor Oars attached and run through between New Haven and daratoga. L.eave 8:10 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 4:30 p. m 6:90 7:23 B:08 8:46 9:10 8:23 9:48 New York. New Haven, 7:03 a.m. 10:23 " 4:03 Plalnvllle, 8:00 " 11:18 4:61 Arrive N. Hartford, 8:153 " 10:11 a. m. 6:35 Westflold, 9:29. " 12:39 p m. 6:08 Holyoke. 9:150 ' 1:03 p. m. Northampt'n 9:M " 1:08 " 6:37 Wllllamsb'e. 10:16 " 1:81 " 7:00 8o. Deerneid,10:16 " 1:28 " 7:00 Tnrner's F'ls,ll:22 ' 1:57 7:23 " Shel. Falls, 10:42 " 1:50 " 7:30 N. Adams, 11:35 2:40 " 8:16 " Troy. 2.42 " 4-10 " 9.45 " Saratoga, 3 20 4.43 " Freight Train with Pass. Car leaves Westfleld at 7.25 a. m., Northampton 8.30. A Train also leases Westiield for Holyoke at 8:1S p. ra. GOING SOOTH. The Baxter Furnace IjlUHNIHHES a quality of heat superior to steam ' at about one-half the expense. jt does not heat the cellar. It has no flues that -can nil with ashes The lire Is refill a ed without going to the cellar. It is clean, durable, economical, powerful, easy to manage, simple in construction and absolute ly free from gas, ashes and dust. For full particu lars sfnd to the manufacturers for circulars and price list. E.S. MORRIS & CO., Iunl) ti ry , Conn. JyU 2taw 3tn SUMMER GOODS AT REDUCED PRICES. In order to close out the balance of Refrigerators, Meat Mafes aud Oil Stoves at once, I will sell at really Reduced Irices. MAW EVANS, 314 AND 316 STATE ST. au3 Near Chapel.Street, New Haven. au2 daw Opposite the Post Office. OR. 8. W. FISKK, Clairvoyant Physician , a . n ...,. 1 1 .... 1 t Bniineu a.nl Test Medium OFFICE No. 370 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn., hoars from 9 a. r to 9 p. m.. Take Notice Dr Fisl 9 will take a vacation In July and Autrns. and i 'n ji found at nine in New Haven nly four dys in each month from the morning of the 10th nntil the 13th at 9 p. m. The re mainder of the time he can be consulted at his cot tage on the Camp Meeting Grounds. Nlantlc. Conn. The Doctor has visited New Haven regularly every month for over six Tears, and is hlehlv recommended by the people and the press, as the great Healer and Physician. If yon are sick or need valnable advice, do not fall to consult him. Dr Fistee has had 31 years experience in the practh o medicine, and has made tnonsanas oi ne most aston'smng cures t.I all iliron to and Ions standing diseases of whatever air.e or na ture. The Doctor has the gift to describe every pain and secret disease at slant. ' His prices are so reasonable that rich and poor alike can be restored to health. The Doctor also gives valuable advice en business matters, and all the affairs of life, both social and uu.uuiai, iiiuiuuiug juiuudji., HWBiuw, iiDg, lueses, absent friends, and great suooess in selecting luoky numbers. Sittings for business affairs ot examination of the lok, $1. Communications by letter upon business or health must contain $2, age, sex, a look ef hair and stamp. Address Look Box 1,263, Norwich, Ot. For further particulars send a stamp an 3et a circu lar. Use Dr. 8. W. Flake's Liniment for Rheumatism, an rainB ana Acnes, s or saie oy ail uroggists. AUCTION SALE OF Watches, Jewelry, Cutlery, Revolvers, Silver Plated Ware, Japanese Fishing Poles, Parasols and Fans, and a variety of Bohemian Vases and other sroods too numerous to specify will be sold at Ensko's Auction Rooms, 450 and 452 State Street, Commencing Thursday eve nil) ir, Augrust 3d, at 1 1-3 o'clock, and continuing: ev ery evening until all is sold Remember these goods must be sold at whatever prices they bring. au3 AMERICAN ROADSTER ! TRICYCLB. The Kawtest Tricycle Made THOSE who wielt'to enjoy health should ride one. They run very easy, and are the moat graceful Tricycle In the world. We have se eral styles of ma chi.es. high and low seated, f r Ladies, Gents and Youths, and at prloes that will suit all classes Open all day and evening from 7 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. Factory and SalHsroom, JT Park Street. Jyl9 Get the BEST All wlio desire GLOSSY, LUXURIANT and BEAUTIFUL HAIR, must use PALMER'S HAIR TONIC AND RESTORER. It is entirely different from all others. It contains no metallic or mineral poi sons, lead or sulphur, and leaves no stain on the skin or linen. This elegant prep aration makes the hair grow freely and fast: keeps it from falling out, removes Dandruff and Itehing and makes the hair strong: it gives life and vigor to the hair, supplying and feeding its roots with new vitality and aetually restoring it by the process of nature. REAP! RT1AD! "' """""New Haven, Conn., Jan. 4, 18K0, I can guarantee Palmer's Hair Tonic and Itestorer to contain nothing poisonous or injurious, however freely it may lie used : and as a dressing to the dcalp in removing dandruff, in preventing the linir from f nlling out, or promoting its rapid growth after nick uess, by restoriug a stimulating healthy moisture to the roots, and, asits name implies, ana. u alr Tonlo and Hestnrer," I can most cordially recommend it : aud as such I know of no article of equal merit la the JVrket. PAUL C. SKIFF, M. 1). New Haven, Conn., Bee. 0, 1FW0. It is with entire confidence that 1 can endorse tho merits of your preparation for the Hair. As an an tidote for the many diseases of the scalp, It will be found to possess rare virtue. By careful analysis I found no poisonous chemicals, and therefore take pleasure in giving it my professional sanction and recommendation. EVELYN L. MSSELL, SI. 1). Price, BO cents por bottle. Forsnle hy all dmssists. Oeo. C. Goodwin Co., Boston, and ltlcliardsoit Co., New Haven, l-nn.. A tt cms. IHRTBON. I have positive remedy for the above disease; by its use thousands ef cases of the worst kind and of long standing hnvo been cured. Indeed, so etronnis iry fuith in its efficacy, that I will send TWO BOTTt.KS KKKK, toKBt her with a VA1.UABI.R TREATISE on this disease to any suff orer. tlive Kspross and P.O. ad dress. B. T. A. 6LOCU.M. 181 Pearl St.. New York. n S. Clemnav A. Son. No. lOO State Street, New Haven, mporters and Wholesale Dealers In every description of NGLI8H, FRENCH AND AMERICAN COACH WINDOW AND PICTURE OLA8H, VARNISH, OILS, PAINTS AND DYE 8TOFF B, Ol5 dw MATHEY CAYLUS' TJscd for over 25 yearR with irreat success by the physicians of Paris, New York cud Londou, and superior to all others for te prompt cure of all cases, recent or of lonfr standing. Put up only In GLasa Bottles contaiuinir 64 Oaiwules, each. Price i6 cents, makiiur them tho cheapest Capsules in the market. 'CAPSULES -r SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OF HEW HAVEN. NO. a LYON BUILDING, 27 CHAPEL STREET FIRE AND MARINE, CASH CAPITA!., - - - - - sstoo.ooo. Olms. Peterson, Thos. R. Trowbridge, J. A. Bishop Dan'l Trowbridge, A. O. Wilcox, Oh as 8. l.eete J. M. Mason, Jas. I. Dewell, Cornelius Pierpont OHA8. PETERSON, President. CHARLES 8. LEETE, Vice President. H. MASON, Secretary. aKO. Jt. HBTTLETON, An't Bso'j. irl eodstf Leave Saratoga, Troy, a. Adams, Bhel. Falls, Turner's Fl's, rJo. UeerHold, W illiams urg, nortnampt-D Holyoke, Westiield, N. Hartford, Plalnvllle, in. uaven New York, 10:23 9:50 10:47 6:28 a. m.l0:45 6:48 6:50 7:20 7:28 6 f0 a. m., 10.30 a. m. 7.30 a. m. 11.00 a. m. 2.45 p. m. 9:40 a. iu. 12:45 p. m. :2B p. m. 1:31 p. m. 1:00 p. m 1:55 " 8:22 9:21 11:58 Freight Train with 1 11:10 2:18 11:18 " 2:28 11:45 " 2:6il 12:5Rp. m.1:58 12 40 3.55 1:38 4:53 4:22 " 6:55 Car leaves 6:12 6:00 " 6:35 " 6:28 " 6:58 6:05 6:33 6:83 7:23 " 8:18 " 10:30 " Northampton Steamboat Ldne for New York Fare 81, InelndinR Berth. Tickets tor tb. Hound Trip, tl.mO. .J-F.Vr--.e.v..v.S"' at 23d street. East River ' ' u.ng FROM NEW YORK, Tho O. H. NORTHAM lmvss Pk Slip at 8 p. m.. and the CONTINENTAL at u oa tfWi ? JB-,.3?y" Ptd-8atnrday nights at 12 o'elook midnight. Sunday Night Boat tor New York. The steuaer NEW HAVEN, Capt. .Pont, leaves New HMen.t in.80p. m. State. oo sold .1 th, Elliott from Insurance Building, Chapel street, oemmeuolng at 8 p. m. lhifiI!K?r,5ll ""I ,Mf88B cheoked through te Philadelphia, (lwth routea)TialUmor and Washing. -1?? 'AH. h WARD, Agent. Stflrin's New Haven Traiis portation Line. Leaves New Havvn Dally except Snndajr. .... "any except Saturday at 4.30, and arrives at Westneld at 5.40 p. m. Wl'lme given south of Oranby Is New York time, and North of Ciranby Boston time. uw. A. RAY, Gen. Tloket Agent. 0. A. Goodnow. General Superintendent. New Haven, July 6, 1882. Jy7 New York, New Haven & Hartford It. It.. June -Oih, 1882. Trains Leave New Haven as Fullnwi i FOR NEW YORK 3 55, 4 18, 4 28, 6 20, 6 80, 7 65, 8 30, 9 40, 10 45 a. rn., 12 03 noon, 1 60, 8 38. 8 40, 4 20, 4 57, 6 40, 6 52. 7 00 (to Bridgeport) 7 45, 8 34. 8 45, 11 55, (Washington Express) p. m. Sundays, 3 56, 4 18 a m., 5 00, 8 15 p. m. FOR BOSTON via SPMNOFIELD 12 68, 8 15, 10 30 a. m. 1 21, 3 15, 6 28 p m. Sundays, 12 5H a m. VIA HARTFORD and N. Y. N. E. RR. 2 20 a. m. Sundays, 2:20 a. m. FOR BOS ON via NEW LONDON AND PROVIDENCE 12 45 8 "8, 10 40 a. in. 3 12 (Newport Ex ), 4 00, 6 15 (to Providence) p. m. Sundays, 12 45 a. m. FOR SPHING FIELD, kc 12 15, 12 68. 2 20 (to Hart ford), 4 45 (from Beile Dock, except Mondays), 7 05 (to Meriden), 8 15, 10 30, 11 10 White Mt. Ex., 10 40 (to Meriden) a. m. 1 21, 3 15, 6 85 (to Hart ford), 6 28, 8 12, p. m. Sundays, 12 58, 4 45 a. m. (from Bollo Dock ) FOR NEW LONDON, tc 12 45, 8 08, 10 40 a. m. 8 12, 4 00, 4 30 (to Conn. River), 6 15, 8 40 p. m. Sun days, 12 45 a. in. E. M. REED, Je26 Vice President. Jfttm Mitten njttl Ir0v Itailrtiad. Train arrangement oommenclnp June 21, 1882. LEAVE NEW HAVEN, At 7:06 and 9:65 a. to., 2:00, 6:38 1 20 and 11:00 p. BL LEAVE ANSONIA, At 8:60, 9:18 and 11:42 a. m., 8:15 and 7:80 p. BL Connections are made at Ansonla with passenger trains of the Naugatnck railroad, and at New Haven with the prlnoipal trains ot other roads oenterlng there. E. S. QUINTABD, Supt. New Haven, June 20, 1S82. Je26 Housatonic Railroad. SUMMEltARRlVOEMENT, IN EFFECT JULY 3, 1884. Through Cars Uetween Bridgeport and Albany. Shortest, Quickest and Cheapest Koute for Albany, Troy, Sar atoga and tbe West. PASSENGER TRAINS L1V, BRIDGEPORT for ALBANY. TROY. SARATO GA and the WEST, 10:10 a. m. (upon arrival of v.w a. m. train rrom new uaven) w i i'H THROUGH CAR. FOR ALBANY, arriv ing at 2:40 p. m. Arrives at Saratoga 4:28 p. m.. nonnaotlng at Albany with 8:10 p. m. Ohioagc Expiesa, arriving In Chicago at 8:00 tha next p. m. Lsavs BRIDGEPORT at 8.26 p. nu (nonnaotlns with 4:20 p. m. Train from New Haven) arriving la Albany at 10:06 p. m., Saratoga 12:48 a. m. Returning Train leaves Pittsfleld at 8:00 a, m., State Line at 8:30 a. m., Albany at 6:65 a. m. (witb THRUIIOH CAR via State Line) arrlvlna In Bridgeport at 12:30 p. m.. New Haven at 1:10 p. m, 6:00 a. m. train from Plttsaeld Mondays only, arriving in Bridgeport at 10:00 a. m New Haven 12:05 p. m. Through Tioaets sold and Baggage Checked direct to and from New Haven. Pittsfleld and all Hons tonlo Stations, North Adams, Albany, Troy and Bar, logs. H. D. AVERILL, General Tloket Agent. W. H. YEOMAN3, Superintendent. General Offices, Bridgeport, Oonn. Boston & New York Air Line B.B. On and after MONDAY. May 8. 1882. train win run as xouows : 6:00 a. m. train for Wlllimantle. ,8:06 a. m. Train for Wlllimantle connects at Wllllmantlo with tralnsof the N. Y. and N. E. and N. L. N. railroads, arriving m Boston at 1:26 p. m.. Providence 12 65, Worcester 2:10 p. m., ana norwicn at ii:oe a. m. 10:85 a. m. Train for WUlimantlo, connecting at Wllll mantlo with N. Y. and N. E. and New osdos Northern Kallroada. 6 23 p. m. Train for Wlllimantle. oonnsctlns at Wllll mantlo with New London Northern R. R, fci Norwloh and new London, Trains leave Turnervllle-for Colchester at 46 a. a).. loo, o:t aua o:uo p. zu. Leave Colchester for TumervlUe at 9:24 and 11:48 m., and 6:17 and 7:58 p. m. trains eonnect at Mlddletown wltb the Hartford and Oonneotlci.t Valley Railroad for Raybrook and Hartford. t. H. FRANKLIN, my8 Superintendent. Nans-atuck Railroad. OMMENOINO Monday, November 7, 1881, train leave new aaven via si. a. v. a. ., connect ing with this road, at 7:05 a. zu. Connecting for at Ansonla with passeueer n atemury, iccnneia ana Win Watertown, train ted. 8:60 a. m. Through car for Waterbury, Litchueld, W lusted. 2:00 p. m. Connecting at Ansonla with passenger -azzj ior wateroury. 6:26 p. m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown, licuneia, wurcea . 6:16 p. m. Connecting at Ansonla for Waterbury. xu w r.. i rum. leave winstea : i.uo ... 1:16 p. m., with through car and at 6:16 p. TRAINS LEAVE WAT-RBD 1(-.At 6:00 a. m., 8:18 m., 1-31 p. m., through GEORGE W. BEACH, a. m., through car, 10:60 a. car, o:u p. m. Bridgeport, November 7, 1881. Superintendent. South ISnd and Morris Cove Stage iiine. J EAVES South End at 8:15 a. m. and 1:15 and 6:16 1 p. m ; Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Leave 886 Chapel street, B ston Grocery, at 9:5 a. m. and 2:30 and 7:30 p. m.; Saturday at 8:30 Instead of 7:30. Jel6 3m JAMES D. ASHBEE, Manager. v L.o;ipu!9 X w 0 td Ef 93 Largest assortment. Lowest prices. Sole agents ior tne --vviiixni. carriages ana oiuer manuiactur ers. O. COWLEs A CO., my9 6m 49 Orange street. Stephen M.Wier, Successor to Miner & Wier, Carriage Manufacturer, 260 ELM STREET, NEW HAVEN, CONN. I am offering a large stock of Carriages at greatly reduced prices, made from the best materials. light Second-Hand Carriages, Including ery low. Coupe ae7e USINESS MEN N WANT OF BUSINESS Cam do better In tho Wunt tit an In any other (Section oi tiio Country. Hare Opportunttlea I Few as Wood, None Hotter 1 75 rapidly growing Towns moHt productive re Kionu of Minnesota, Dakota, and Iowa) alonMr the recently constructed lines of the Cnicotro & North Western Railway, ofler unetnmlcd inducements to imshinir biiKineHS men of limited capital. For particulars address CHAM. K- HlJlMOKM, Laud Commlsf loner . flt ?. W. K'y Cv.,Chica" Only Vegetable Compound that acts directly upon the Liver, and cures Liver Complaints, Jaun dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos tiveness, Headache. It assists di gestion, strengthens the system, regulates the bowels, purines the blood. A Book sent free. Dr. Sanford, 162 Broadway, N. Y. FOR BALE BY ALL DRTJGOIBTS- ' Dobbins' Starch Polish. MMSHINE)"'t every family may give their linen that beautiful fin ish peculiar to fine laundry work. Ask your Grocer. J. B. MEWS, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Prices of tie: Iteiliicion in Alent. Round Steak, lfic lb.; oin. 2"c ; Porterhonse, M o Lamb, foreqnartore, 13c; hindquarters, 17o ; Veal very cheap ; Early Kose Potatoes, 30o a peck ; Vegeta bles very cheap ; a large lot of Chickens, 20o lb. Ii. Schonborger0, tjTt 1. svad 3 Central Market. THE JOHN H. staijtw r. . . . lBter, every Tuesday and' Thursday at t 11:10 n. m Th. 10:15 p ?". "!? - Capt. Spoor, everV Mini.,. rnaay at 1U:1B p. m. Copland .t?J?7 oNiW Tork from P) 1. Of Cortland street, at 9 p. m. the 8TAKIN every Mon. nDff .nr. L .1 .1 . . 1 . ........... . ... . ... 1 J LU r.m ever, day, "J'h h In cabin, tl ; with berth In state room. $1.50. Exonraion tickets, fl.ito Free Coach leaves the depot at 8. 10 p. in. Leaves corner of Church and Chapel streets e.eryhalfhour comnienciag at 8:30 p. m. our Tickets sold and baggage checked to Philadelphia .?llDln by Fair Hven ud Westvilto car, n stop at Brewer, street, only three blocks from the S! ? 8taeroo can be purchased at MoAl ister Warren's (our np-town office), at the Tontine Hotel, and at 809 and 861 Chapel street. W. a. MILLER, Agent, ' w ven. onn. JelS NATIONAL LINE OF StEAMSHlPST BETWEEN 1KW YORK. LIVKI1 Plim QtntENSTOWrl AND LONDON DIHEOT. nailing weekly from Pier 89, North Rlvar New York. Are minim th. I . . L. OreesTng the Atlantic Cabin rates, M0 to 70?EoV. slon, HOOto fiaojontward 8teri M I TK2 E 7h!?1i a- W lower than wt Agents at new Haven, nnuwri r A:.VPATBIGK' A- MoALIBTEB, BOBANTOlf OBOBOM If ANCHOR LINE. rKiTD States Maii. Stkss Ball Weekly to and from New Ton akd Ouhoow, via Lokdohdsbbt. Cabin Passue, $60 to $80. Returns, tl 10 to $140. Second Cabin, $40. Return Tickota, $75. Steamers sail every Saturday to and from , . New Yobk and Lokpob Dibbot. Cabin Passage, $58 and tfla. Returns, $10u and $ia Steerage Passengers booked at low rates. Passenger accommodations unexcelled." A-Z. 4TATEBOOMS oh Main deck. Passengers booked at lowest rates to or from Germany, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Denmark. Ac. ,??,7oxm tn -ootland." Rates, Plana. Ad., apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, NEW YORK oi scZon08,809, Cthap?1 'NtrMtor BumnaL0 BCKA.N I ON, 310 Chap, street. New Harea. For ztie Molidavs ! Celluloid Sets, Cut Ulnsa Bottles, Perru mery, Ate., at Apothecaries' Hall, 801 Chapel Street. a oqasa DR. J. L.L.YON THJC old reliable phyaiolaa. 1 oca tea tn Nev Haven - ln;.MJ' 18f W rears), has removed his ot aoe from 198 Chapel street to 49 Ohnroh street. Room S??1. Buil1Ul8, OPP""1 Postoffloe, up on night of stairs: entrnoe either at 49 Church street or 7 Crown street Dr. Lyon will continue as hereto -."' " t?""0 of every name and nature, with that marvelous success which long nan of ex perience has given him. Thousands of testimonials from grateful patients snatobed from the brink of th grave now rejoicing in the perfection of health attest the unerring skill of Dr. Lyon. He especially invitee those whose diseases nudes other methods of treat ment have remained In tractive, to oall npon him. Visit htm and he will at onoa describe your eondl tlon. Perhaps yon would have been cured If vour physlolan had understood your ease. If yon have tried for health and failed, it la no rea on why yon should not try again. Health Is pre olons te all, and If he cannot relieve yonr osss ha will tell you so. He can refer yon to many, perhaps worse than yon are. that were given op by their puysioiena and friends, who now enjoy good health, lie will derll? " olaarly that you will know ha perfectly understands your disease. It la something of great Importance to yon, although very easily as. eompllahed by him, though no mors wonderful than tms. It is only ths starting point to health for tha physlolan to understand yonr disease, and then ad. sain later tbe simple remedy to remove that "tm. dome, he will ds yon good. You may be faithless, he will give yon faith by his perfect knowledge of your disease. Oome, he will cure that oongh. pain in the head, side and back, remove that cold, sinking or burning at the stomach, stiff Joints, rheumatism. ah , or",. oanoexs. salt phenm, erysipelas . o-Uhesd and all bad humors, withhli vegetabls msdletnes. Persons st a dlstanoe may consult Dr. Lyon by let ter (post-paid), describing their ease, and have medi cines securely put up and forwarded b, express to any part of ths United States with full and sxnllott dtreotlana for use. Office arranged with separat psartments so that paUente sees nons but th Doctor The fallowing are some of ths diseases which D. oneoS,nll,!u : gi. oolda, consump tion, brsnshltis. asthma, sore throats. UvsreomplalnL kidney osmplalnt, scrofula, sryslpelas, salt rbeav esaos., tumors, rheumatism chronic and lnflams. tory dropsy and piles blind and bleedingand all humors and eruptions of ths blond and akia He challenges the world to surpass him In olssnslng ths blood and entire system of all Impurities. A ef diseases from th effect of whloh thousands sad tans of thousands go to s prematura arravn. miMii. .. permanently eurod by Dr. Lyon. His nooeil this class of ailments is not only gratifying but aim nly wonderful. The patient after putting bJmself or Usr self under th Doctor's treatment oonunsnoes to im prove at one, and ths sallow complexion and cadav erous appearano is suooeeded by the rosy cheeked has of health. Therefor If yon suffer from say of tb following eoiuplalnt hasten at ono to th offlc ot Dr. Lyon. Spermatorrhea or Involuntary ssmin al missions, seminal weakness, and every speoiea of enlti Irritability, gonorrhea. .yphlUis, glestTpro. Upsus atari or f suing of ths womb, leuoorrnee or whites, and other alarming end painful oomnlaints InoUlsntal to both sexes. ns To FiMAtM Th. disease peculiar ts females, caused by weakness, deformity, aiseas. -? us ing oold, suppression, irregularities, painful and Im perfect menstruation, prolapsus uteri or falling of th womb, speedily and sffeotually cured. Consultation free. Advles sad medicine given In all diseases for $1 or more, according to ths severalty of ths oaas. If yon wish to oomamnloat by letter, state fully your disss , yonr age, symptoms, duration of illness, sup posed causa and whether married or single, and Is all oases the moat Inviolable secresy ma, be relied upon. Enoloss stamp for return postage, and address al communications to or oall npon Dr. J. L. Lyon, 4$ Charon street, New Haven, Oonn. Offlo hears from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m . Office open Sunday evsnlnga. Appended are a few teetimonUla, wat A apsoe for bids ths publishing of mors. Their names will be ehssrr-Uy given to those desiring theu by oalUag tha Doctor's ofBos. Oass 1 Is that of a lady whewat pronounced by thre ot the most prominent phyei elans of her native olty to be in the last stage or con sumption, sad told that her case was helpless sad hopeless. After being restored to sound With by Dr. Lyoa she sent ths following letter, oarnsstly rs- S testing that It should be published In tha hops that might reach othersslnallarly alBlcted : To all who may be amieted with that oommon dis ease. Consumption, or any weakness of the lung. I would appeal to them to immediately oonsult Dr. John L. Lyon, of New Haven, Conn., feeling sure that by so doing they may be restored to health. For several ners I waa troubled with a oongh, hemurrhacta of th lungs and ths usual symptoms of Consumption. I consulted and was treated by some of the most emi nent physician s ths oountry afforded, without dsrlv tag any permanent benefit whatever. In th aprlna of 186. th disease mads such rapid progress that my attending physlolan and friends gave up all hopes of mjj recovery. On th 16th of May, 186a, I docsulted th above named Doctor. I waa at that time reduced to a perfect wreok of my former self, coughing ln ossssntly, and it would seem J net on ths verg of th grave. After ths usual examination, hs kindly bat plainly informed me aa others had dons, that my dla ease was Incurable ; that I had bnt s few months ts Uvs. Having great confidence tn hia skill, I Insisted opon his treating my case. Ho did so. and with as tonlahing suooess. In twenty day from th tlias oomi nsnosd ths use of his msdletnes, my oongh ws less frequent, I snrlered no more from hemorrhage o th langs, and day by day found th terrifying symp toms of Consumption disappearing, and was grada ly regaining health. I waa treated by him one year at the end of that time I can truly say I waa restored to perfect health. It is now March, 186S. and a symptoms ef th disease are felt. I have reason to feel sure that I shall suffer no return of the disease . and tt is not only a Dlsasura to me. bnt a an i - I that I ows to hundreds of sufferers who ars being daily carried to th grave by Consumption, to arg upon thsm ths necessity of seeking relief where it may be fs-Bd. Very svspsctfnlly, D. M. 8. Ths lady who wrote th foregoing continues la pre feet health. v The following 1 an extract from a latter i. ed from patient treated sad oared of seminal weak- Da. Ltsk Dear Sir It Is lmnoasibls for m. ,i. ly express my gratitude to you concerning th effect w ui.h jwx iuiu. use proaucea upon my I have just finished the medicine you put up for mm snd can truthfully say that I feel a different being My appetite la very regular, aud I am not troubled with that dull headache that I ono had and alee . never was s rsfrsshlng, ss I am not disturbed with dreams. Before I came to von It waa difficult r. to ocn-n my thoughts for aay length of Urn to an subject, undoubtedly owing to that complaint, and the contrast is quits noticeable. It 1 ever know one troubled with that complaint, I ahall Immediately dl. root them te you aa an sSeotual means of suaa ocas. 1' !i Tft"i !f 1 owe my nr. to yon, for if It had been allowed to grow upon me th time could not have been far distant when tht inmipakla disease (consumption) would have been deetlv . in my system. Please accept my sincere t hacks for your treatment thus far. I remain, yours trnly. - Established 1845. THE subscriber returns thanks for th liberal p j roasgs bestowed on him for the past thlrty-av years, while engaged In the Trunk, Harness and Sad dlery business at SI Exchange Building, and beg to Inform th nubile that on or about March 1st hs will open with a fall stock of the aams class of good st $8 ORAN-E STREET, when he hope by strict atten tion t Business to secnr snare of thslr patron sgs EO. I. CUMMINS, Ag't, 98 ORANGE ST., tt Wppostt Palladlwns Bwlldlnn. Fresh Lot Soft Crabs, Frogs Ztegn, Bluefish, i.ac.erei, pamsn juaciterel. Sea Bass, etc, at CHARLES REED'S, 5ft Church Street, opp. Postofllce. Fine Groceries! FIXE GROCERIErl! Tea, Coffee, Butter, etc. Tbe Best Flour for Bread and Extra Flour for Pantry. LEIGH BROS., ISO. 383 STATE STREET, AgeaforJB.rlalTtt4BiarT9. WT"