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August 18, 1882. rtTrMfjim THE SEW REMEDY. P HOPS i MALT BITTERS. (Not Fermented.) THE GREAT Liver&Edney 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 Sarsaparula, combined witn an agree able Aromatic Elixir. These Remedies act upon the Liver. They act upon tne moneys. 1- L - Tl ..In. th. Rn7 1" 1 R? They Quiet the Nervous System. i$Ml They Promote Digestion. They Nourish, Strengthen, Invigorate. ESS They give Tone, Health and Energy. HOPS AND MALT BITTERS are the ORIGINAL, and ONLY BIT TEDS containing Malt Extract. M Ask your Druggist for them, and be sure mat tne laoci naa wii il uc iuui wu,v. HOPS AND MALT BITTERS EH 'arRe re( letters. laxe no At Wholesale and Retail by all dealers. ROCHESTER MEDICryE CO., Jtochester, JT. TV P fl Friday Morning, August 18, 1882. The Court Record. City Court Criminal SideJudge Stud- ley. George C. Weber, breach of Sunday liquor law, continued to August 25 : Israel and Re becca Wohlman, breaoli of the peace against Samuel Bernstein, continued to August 19 ; Cartherine McGuinness, breach of the peace and injury to property, nolled ; Edward Murphy, breach of the peace, 3 fine, $5.18 costs ; same, resisting Officer Stewart, $25 fine, $17.05 costs, appealed ; Thomas Dredge, breach of the peace against Edward Murphy, discharged ; Joseph Noble, breach of the peace against Iiouis Cohn, $1 fine, &8.12 costs; Louis Cohn, same against Joseph Noble, judgment suspended ; Benja min Butler, same against Michael Keardon, fine, $6.14 costs ; Michael lleardon, same against Benjamin Butler, judgment suspend ed ; Michael O'Brien, fergery and offering forged checks probable cause found and bound over to the Superior Court ; Herman Koltermann, breach of the peace, $1 fine, . 1 6 costs ; John Qumn neglecting family. nolled : Patrick H. Mulligan, breach of the peace, .$-6.18 costs, twenty days in jail. SOMETHING , EVERY LADY OUGHT TO KNOW. There exists a means of se curing a soft and brilliant Complexion, no matter how oor it may naturally he. Lagan's Magnolia Balm is a delicate and harmless arti cle, which instantly removes Freckles, Tan, Eedness, Roughness, Eruptions, Yul- far Flushings, etc., etc. So elicate and natural are its effects that its use is not suspected by anybody. Iio 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 ncun on this most important organ, enabling it t. throw off torpidity and inaction, stimulating too healthy secretion of the Bile, and by keeping the "bowels in freo condition, effecting its regular discharge. am a a vi a If you are Buffering from fWll3rlc2 malaria, have the chills, are bilious, dyspeptic, or constipated, Kidney Wort will surely relieve and quickly sure. In the 8prlng to cleanse the System, every one should take a thorough course of it. 41- SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. Price SI- Chills and rever. 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 snd cure of this distressing afflic tion take Simmons Liver Regulator- Court Notes. The case of George C. Weber, proprietor at Lighthouse Point, came up in the City Court yesterday morning and the attorney asked for a continuance until next week. To this Mr. Pickett objected, but the court granted a continuance until one weak from today. The cases against Morris Hemingway and Nelson Frisbie for running the steamer Iver nia on Sundays will come up tq-day. Lewis W. Pond, of 293 Grand street, has brought an action for damages against the city for injuries received to his horse and carriage and injuries to himself and wife, re sulting, as he alleges in the declaration, from his corse tubing trignt in c air street bundav evening at a large stone left near the curb stone. He sets out that the stone was left there through the negligence of the city, which is thereby responsible for the couse quences of his horse's fright and running away. Damages are not laid at any specific sum. The papers have been served upon City Clerk Pigott. A young man giving the name of John Sheridan has been arrested for attempting to pass a forged check of $25 on Benjamin Levi, and purporting to have been drawn by William H. Bradley, and made payable to Patrick Sheridan, or bearer. In the City Court yesterday morning Mr. Bradley dis claimed any knowledge of the check, and the young man who gave his name as John Sheri dan yesterday gave it as Michael O'Brien Judge Studley found probable cause ana bound the accused over to the Superior Court under $800 bonds. No bondsman ap peared and O'Brien went to jail. DYSPEPSIA. Tbt Ko.Ttilator will positively cure this terrible dis ease. Wp assert emphatically what we know to be true. CONSTIPATION should not be regarded as a trifling ailment. Nature demands the utmost regularity of the bowels. There fore assist Nature by taking Simmons' Uver Regula tor, it is Harmless, mua ana enectuai. BILIOUSNESS. One or twe tablespoonf uls will relieve all the trou bles incident te a bilious state such as nausea. Dizzi ness, Drowsiness, Distress after Eating, a Bitter Bad Taste ui sue Moatn. MAT. ARIA. Persons may av.id all attacks by occasionally taking a dose of Simmons' Liver Regulator to-keep the Liver in neaitny action. BAD BREATH -'c generally arising from a disordered Stomach, can be nrreoted by taking Simmons Liver Regulator. Simmons' Liver Regulator soon eradicates this dis ease from tne system, leaving the skm clear and free zrom an imparities. COL.IC. Children suffering with Colic soon exterience re- lief when Simmons' Liver Regulator is administered. Adults alsn derive great benefit from this medicine. 1 1 is Hot unpleasant ; it is harmless and effective. Purely vegetable. BLADDER .VND KIDNEYS. Most of the diseases of the bladder originate from those of the kidneys, tteatore the action of the Uver fully and both the kidneys and bladder will be re stored. Take only the Genuine, which always has on tne wrapper tne red . xraae mark and signature or & CO., Philadelphia. J. 2. ZEILIiV Sold by all Druggist. my31 dw Introduced in 1864, five years prior to th introduction of any oher New England rem edy tor tie same diseases. Or the same Formula as a Liquid. MMK. AUGUSTA HBALY'S Vegetable Tonic Co-idial Is a. sure anti-pain remedy and perm Bent enre for Cnrenic 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 Dy tnetn and can De referred to. There is no form of uterine malady that its subtle and healing power does not reach. It helps all and givet health and vital power not to be obtain ed from any other- known remedy. Send for valua ble i ampniet. Letters with stamp answered by lady proprietor. Buy of your druggist if possible ; It not. we will mail tills on receipt of price. $1.00 per box 6 boxes,$5 00. Address B. F. THAYER & CO., 13 Temple Place, Boston, Mass. CBPHALISR. A Vegetable and Cereal Brain and Nerve Food for the invalid, the aged.sufferers from Headache, Vertigo, Paralysis, Epilepsy, Hys teria, Convulsions, Sleeplessness ane nervous frostration. An in valuable and certain cure. A peerless nourishment for the brain. Send for proofs of won derful cure?. Buy of your drug gist if possible : if not we will mall on receipt of price, 50 cents 2.50. Address H. F. THAYER & 13 Temple Place, Boston, Mass. - my22 eod&w per box ; 6 boxes, $2.50. I TOLD YOU m COAT has already advanced iu price as I anticipa ted, and I would advlee all to lay in a supply now. as mere win be anotner raise at tne mines Boon. I sell only the Choicest Lehigh. Valley Coal, and always aoc a ton oeiow tne combination price. weignt- ana quality guara ieea. Immense Sale of Butter. A large shipment of Choice Creamery Butter new in store and to be retailed at 4 1-4 lbs. afor SI- Good Table Butter, 20c lb. flour by the carload, direct from the mills, and for sae at $1 a barrel below the retail price. George W, II. Hughes, Independent Coal Dealer, aulo . 34 Church Street. LADIES DO you want your cuffs and collars to look nice with that beautiful polish? If you do, use Elastic Starch. This Htarcb. is made expressly for Laundry purposes. It will do the ironing easier, quloker, cheaper and better than any other starch in the world It requires no cooking. It keeps the starch from sticking while ironing, and makes your linen as nioe 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. ZEPHYRS, Pilot, Graham, Oatmeal, Vanilla Cream, Coccanut, Kindergarten, Zool gical. Animals. Leaflet, Egg, Jucubo, Oswego, Columbia, Albert, all fresh and in stock at all times. D. S. Cooper, anil 3TB Stat Street. SALADOlli. JUST RECEIVED, an invoice of the finest quality of Salad Oil, our own Importation. In quart, plot and half -pint bottle. For sale by single bottle, dozen, or cae at moderate prices. . - mylS . "EDW. E. EALL & BON, In tne rioiise of Commons. E. E. Hale in August Wide Awake. I had the pleasure of spending: the last two evenings in the gallery of the House of Com mons in London. It is not so easy to go into the House of Commons as it is to go to the "Boston State House or the Capitol at Wash ington. In the first place, the theory is that no strangers whatever are admitted. True, galleries are built for them, and the ' 'speak er's gallery" is open to all strangers intro daced in the proper way. Still, if any mem ber of tne House were cross enouen to look up, and say, "I see strangers," the speaker would nave to order tne sergeant-at-arms to clear the galleries. -Even the reporters for the newspapers would have to go. More than half a oentury ago, some member I think Mr. O'Connell was angry with the newspapers, and for a month he had the galleries cleared every night, so that nothing of the debates was published but the little which members would tell. In the second place, the gallery for people like you and me is very small. There are two large galleries for the House of Lords, for ambassadors, and for members of the House of Commons if they should be crowded out below. These were wholly empty the two nights I was there. But for other people people like you and me the gallery seats, even with crowd ing, hold about 300 or 400 only. Now, all intelligent people in the world are glad to go, so the chances are bad for anyone, in Wash ington, nearly 2,000 persons can sit in the galleries of tne House, in tne senate gal leries there is room for 10 times the number of the Senators. I obtained, in advance, a permit. And the manner of entrance was like a novel. Tou enter through that grand Westminster ball, which is often the place of a scene in Shake speare, parliament once sat Here. uuver Cromwell was inaugurated as lord protector here. There are now fine statues of Eliza beth,of James I. of Charles I. and Charles II and of some other kings, here. Between Charles I. and Charles II. there is no Oliver Cromwell, however. By the time when you, Phil, are old enough to make the statue well, I think England will be wise enough to place it here. You pass through this hall over the spot where Cromwell was inaugurated, and you turn to the left into a beautiful new hall with fine statues of orators. From this you come to a large lobby, full of gentlemen, talking. I went at once to a side door, and, to a man in a black gown, more elaborate than you ever saw on a college stage, I said, ' 'I am admitted by Hon. Mr. , who bids me say ' ' to you." The word I was to say was the pass-word, as if it were "Hanover," though that was not my pass. The man looked at a book, bowed, and I passed under a curtain, upstairs. Here I took my place in the gallery, among many other men, most of tbem I think, workingmen, who were all very silent and attentive. Opposite us, at the other end of the long hall we could see ladies tightly pressed against Gothic windows, with just such sashes as a stained glass window lias. M ne result is, that these ladies look, from our gallery, exactly like pictures in a stained glass window. If I had not known better, so dim wsts the light there, I should have thought this was a line of old stained win dows; The rest of the house is brightly lighted from above. Beneath them, in two rows, in a gallery like ours, were two lines of reporters, 30 or more in all. From us to them, one on each side of the house, ran the long galleries of the lords, commoners and ambassadors. Opposite us is the speaker's chair or throne. It is a high ch.ir on a dias, with a canopy in dark wood over it. This is evidently studied from the old chair of which you may see a picture in Copley's painting in the Boston public library. That chair was burned when St. Stephen's was burned. Beneath the speaker sit three clerks. He and they are all in gown and wigs. The speaker's wig looks like a '"havelock," or like the head-dress of some Egyptian or Assyrian kings. . The clerks sometimes seem sleepy, and I am afraid they nod. . From them, forward, is the famous table on which. In theory, papers are "laid." In the ta ble as I observed, are drawers, which Mr. Glad stone and other members of the cabinet use to keep their papers in. No other members have any such place, or any permanent seat. This remark is important, for the difference between the House of Commons and our assemblies depends largely upon the fact that with us, generally, members sit with their papers around them as if at home, and write or read while the debates go on. In Parliament, on the other hand, if they wish to write or read, they retire to rooms for that purpose. In practice, therefore, the House of Commons is much more empty than our House of Assembly or of Represen tatives ever are. Much of the time when I was in the gallery, there were not 20 mem bers in tha house. On the conservative or opposition Bide there would be only one. the "whip," as he is called. He is there simply to watch things, and see that the conserva tive suffers no harm. Twice last night the conservative "whip" rose and said : "I rise to a point of order. There seems to be no quorum present." Whoever was speaking had to sit down, on the moment. Then the speaker rose and said, "The point of order is raised that there is no quorum." Then he sat down and wait ed silent, perhaps a minute. But, instantly, summoned by telegraph from the library or lobbies, liberal members came streaming in and took their seats. At the end of the min ute, the speaker rose, and began counting the House aloud, "One, two, three, four," and so on, till he came to 40. Forty is the number for a quorum. As soon as he said "40," th- member who was speaking went on with his speech, and all the new-comers went ont together to their former lives, laughing end talking. In this way the con servative whip made sure that as many as 40 liberals or supporters of government were at hand. Probably he had ready to come in a considerable number of his own side. But none of them' came on these two calls, be cause, they would not be counted. Had not 39 liberals been on harj,d to make 40 with the one conservative, the house must have adjourned. It is part of the business of the liberal "whip" to keep a quorum in attendance. While I have been In London, there has been some discussion in the papers as to the ex treme difficulty of keeping a quorum present on Tuesday. Fallon in Savage Education. From the London Standard. What Cetewayo is brought here for it ia hard to say. He is understood to be weighted with the sense of some great wrong done him, and is anxious to clear himself to the Queen and win the reward of a recovered reputation. In addition, he comes with a view of being passed through the usual routine by which savages ore supposed, to bo taught bow goo4 it in to be at peace with people" who have many guns and make much powder. He will be taken to the Tower and the reviews, and will be softened by inoculation with the ways of "society" in the drawing-rooms of the amiable ladies who have constituted themselves, his Envoys Extraordinary and Agents in Advance. Then, we presume, he is to go home a better and a wiser man, and, profiting by the lessons learned in his "respectable lodging" in the Fulham Road, resume his reign on reformed principles. But, in truth, it must be admitted that the experiment of impressing savages with the stamp of civUization, and then sending them back as missionaries of this "culture in six lessons," has been tried often, and often failed. Sir George Simpson tells us that he took "Spokane Garry," a Columbia River Chief's son, educated him in England, and sent him home. But all that he preserved of his exotic civilization was the art of playing cards and manufacturing them out of bits of cedar bark. Hole in-the-Day, the Sioux chief, was so "civilized" that he lived in a brick house in St. Paul, drove a trotting horse and was made a citizen of Minnesota by special act of the Legislature. Yet "H. Day, Esq. ," as he was officially stvled. proved the leader of the massacres a few years later, and one of the most ruthless of the fiends who desolated the frontier. The history of America is studded with the story of such failures from that of the Un iversity of Henrico for the instruction of "ye savages," to the rosy-colored data in the latest report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs. No doubt examples of an opposite character might be cited ; but history shows that the instances of failure are as numerous as they are conspicuous. In 1659, "John Beauchamp," a Virginian tribesman, was ed ucated in England, but profited little by his opportunities. General Oglethorpe took an other savage youth to London with him, and did not send him back to Georgia until ha had acquired all the polish and accomplish ments of the fine gentleman. Yet within a year the dandy vagabond had laid aside his laoed coat, his periwig, his clouded cane and his jewelled snuff box, and returned to his primitive habits and former life. Louis XIV. took promising Indians to Versailles, educa ted them, and then, after mating them with well dowered ladies, sent them back. As a rule they got intoxicated on the first night of their arrival, divided their finery among their untravelled relatives,, whipped their deluded brides, and then ran wild in the woods, ' 'the noble savatre" of reality, though notof ro mance. General Lafayette took a son of Corn Planter, an Oneida chief, with him to France, trained him in the first schools and the most brilliant society, and married him to a beau tiful woman. But he had scarcely returned to his tribe before he abandoned his wife, who was found wandering through the forest in misery and hunger by Aaron Burr, during his memorable journey from New York to 'Janada. A Brazilian Kolooacia graduated in the University of Bahia, and practiced tor a time as a physician. But in a few years he deserted civilization and, bereft of clothes and culture, took to the jungle and roots again. Admiral Fitzioy's Jemmy Button, who in Eng land had worn gloves and boots, reverted in Terre del Fuego a year or two afterward to a naked, unkempt, unwashed savage. Bunga ri; the Australian and instances might un fortunately be quoted almost without end cook prizes at college and spoke Latin better than the Governor himself. But he soon es caped to the bush, deolaring that edueation had been of no use but to make him con scious of his misery. This, it is by no means unlikely, may be the only result of Cete way o's visit. Like Bungari, "the Black Fellow," and young Djammel-Eddin, Schamyl's son, who died of weariness, after exchanging the gay society of St. Petersburg for the rude life of Circassia, he may discov er wants he never knew, and return to Zulu land or the Cape having learnt that "where ignorance is bliss 'tis folly to bo wise." 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 tremulousuess, wakefulness, dizziness, and lack of energy, a most valuable remedy is Brown's Iron Bitters. augll Gtd lw Jfinaitdal. Catarrh of tlie Bladder. Stinging irritation, inflammation, all Kid ney and Urinary Complaints cured by "Buch upaiba." $1. Depot, 289 State street. A Sure Cure. A bottle of Dr. Fuller's Pocket Injection. with syringe combined. All druggists, $1 Personal! To Men Only! The Voltaio Kelt Co., Marshall, Mich., will send Br. Dye's Celebrated Kloctro-Voltaic BeltB and Elec tric Appliances on trial for thirty days to men (young or old) who are alliictcd with Nervous Debili ty, Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred ?roubles, 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 d&wl y Mensman's PejtoiiiMl Reef Tonic, the onlypreparation of beef containing its entire nutri tious properties. It contains blood-making, force generating aud life-sustaining properties ; invalua ble for Indigestion, Dyipsia. nervous pros tration, and all forms of general debility ; also, in all enfeebled conditions, whether the result of exhaus tion, nervous prostration, overwork or acute disease, particularly if resulting from pulmonary complaints Caswell, Hazaud & Co., Proprietors, Now York Sold by Druggists. wfcf Malaria, chills and fever and Bilious at tacks positively cured with Bmory's Stand ard Cure Pills an infallible remedy ; never fail to cure the most obstinate and long standing cases where quinine and all other remedies had failed. They are prepared ex pressly for malarious tections, iu double boxes, two kinds of pills, containing a strong cathartic and a chill breaker, sugar coated ; contain no quinine or mercury, causing no griping or purging ; they are mild and effi cient, certain in their action and harmless in all cases ; they effectually cleanse the system and' eive now life and tone to the body. As a household remedy they are unequaled. 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, 25 and 60 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 Pills, peasant to take, sugar-coated, no griping ; only 15 cents a box, of druggists or by mail. Whittlesey's drug store, xxv unapei mv24 eod&wfim Lumber ! Lumber ! THE wholesale markets have advanced the prices of Lumber, but we thill sell our stock put in before the advance at old price. We have a Urge quantity of Spruce, Southern Pln Cumber and Flooring, arid all kinds of Lumber for building cabinet and carriage work, all of which we will sell cheap for tbo next thirty dajs. We desire particularly to call ihe attention of those wishing to bay intending to sell again, or large buil ders wishing job lots cheap. George Ailing & Son, 100 Water Street. New Yobk. Aug. 17-8 P. M. Money closed at 3 per cent, after loaning as high as 5 per cent. Exchange closed at $4 8Ga4 90. Governments closed firm. Closing prices reported over the private wire of BUNNELL & S0KANT0N, Banters and Brokers. Bid. . 40 . 85 . 62 - 70 W'i . 81 ?i 4X SM. .141 Alton and Terro Haute Alton and Terre Haute pfd American Dint. Tel Boston & N. Y. Air Line pfd Burlington and Quincy C. C. G. and I , Canada Southern " . " Central PaoiHc ..." Chicagoa nd Alton Chicags, Bt. L. and New Orleans, Col., Chic, and Iud. Cen Ohes. and Ohio. , do. 1st prof do. 2d prf.. . Del., Lack, and West Del. and Hsdson Canal Denver and Rio Grando Erie Erie pref. Erie Seconds Erie and Western " ' East Tenn. , Va. & Oa ' Pfd Express Adams American United States Wells Fargo Han. and St. Jos Han. and St. Jos. pfd..i . ... . ... Houston and Texas. . . Ind Bloom & West Illinois Central Kansas and Texas Lake 8hore Louisville and Nashviiie.'. Manhattan Elevated New Pipe Line Memphis m Charleston" J.." .... Metropolitan Elevated Michigan Central 99 Mobile and Ohio 22y Missouri Pacinc . 106"? Morris and Essex I'i7 - I2jr . . . 24 ... 30?; . .. 25 . . .14! . . .118 . .. si,r ... 3?J . . 41 .. H .. 18; ..140 . . 93 .. 74 ..ISO .. 85 .. 95 .. 85 . .137,' .- 89? . .115 ',' .- 74 y. .. 63. " 62 4 78 136Ji 107tf , 17 50?J 93J 147 1U9X 17? 37 U 53-', 26 '. 45 35 6l?i' llfK 137X 27 l'3Ji . . .138 . 30 ii 5?i 88 , 15 . 34 Ashed. 44 8!) 58 137?i 81 05 mi 14'J 13 38 27 140? H8M 01 'i 394 41 H4 1'J 142 96 75 132 80 95 87 46 V 13754 115V 743i 62 23 107 127 a 65 79 13(K 110 19 505i 93Ji 17 170 Ri'H 17?fe ai)i 53 ? uiy. 264 TIE ELM CITY ABDOMINAL TMEGKB'S NEW RESTAURANT . I SALOON CENTER STREET, Bet. TEMPLE and GBEGSON. The Finest Establishment In the State. SPACIOUS ELEGANT ATTRACTIVE. All the appointments are constructed after the mos modern designs. Imported Draught Lager. The only place in the city where it can be. obtained. BHINE WINE of my own importation. The choic est Ales, Wines, Liquors and imported and domeetio Cigars. The LUNi 1H COUNTER is presided over by a niat-cituH cooa irom iiew lors. The Old Stand, Chapel, corner of Church conducted by Myself as usual. Bottled Wines, Laser, etc., for family and medlclna use delivered in any part of the city. JMrosbs, tic. New inylS 6m A. C. TRAEGER. Haven ana Northampton Kailroart. TIJWK OF" PASSE1VGKK TRAMS, Commenclne July . XHHtt. Trains leavins New Haven at 10:23 a. m. and Sara toga at 10:30 a m. have Parlor Cars attached and run through between New Haven and Saratoga. jueave New York. 8:10 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 4:30 p. m New Haven, Plainville, Arrive N. Hartford, Westfleld, uoiyoEe, northampt'n Willlamsb'g, Shel. Falls, N. Adams, Troy, Saratoga. Frolcht Train witn rasa, uar 7.25 a. m.. Northampton 8.30. A Train alsjleaos Wsstneld for P 7-03 a.m. 10:23 4:03 " 6:30 ' 8:00 " 11:18 " 4:51 7:23 " 8:63 " 10:11 a. m. 6:35 " R:08 " 9:23 " 12:89 tj m. 6:03 " 8:44 " 9:50 " 1:03 p.m. 9:i0 " 9-54 " 3:08 " 6:37 " 9:28 " 10:10 " 1:31 " 7:00 " 9:4S ,10:16 " 1:28 " 7:00 ' ,11:22 " 1:57 7:23 ' 10:42 " 1:50 " 7:30 " 11:35 2:40 8:15 " 2.42 " 4-10 ' 9.45 ' 3 20 " 4.43 " leaves Westfleld at Holyoke at 3:15 No. aul2 A NOTED BUT UNTITLED WOMAN. From the Boston Globe. Nashville and Chattanoocra. New Jersey Central New York Central New York Elevated Sew Central Coal Northern Pacific Northern Pacific pfd Northwest Northwest pfd Norfolk and WeBt pfd Ohio Central Ohio and Mississippi Omaha Omaha pfd Ontario.and Western . . Panama Pacitio Mail Peoria, D. and Evansville.. Reading ttichmund & Danville Rock Island ttochester & Pitts St. Paul it. Paul pfd Texas Pacific 52 Onion Pacific 116X Chicago and St. Louis ' Chi. ago and St. Louis pfd. Wabash (Vabash pfd Western Union, Tel St. Louis St. Louis pfd , . Government bonds closed as follows : 6's, '81, coup 6's contnued is continued. 5's, '81, coup. t J$s, '91, rog iiajj bid 4)48, '91, coup H4 ji bid 4s, 1907, reg nosf bid (s, 1907, coup .....119J4 bid hirrency 6s, '95 130 bid Currency 6s, '96 131 Currency 6s '97 132 Currency 6s, '98 133 Currency 6s, '99 134 Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows : Firsts 110J4S117 Grants 114all5 Funds ii al22 Centrals , llsialie MININO STOCKS. Bid. 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 tience 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, iiuiug ui BittuiuDg, may reel tne need or a comfortable support. 45 3 M 61 a 120 27 1H 1S8 6'i' IKS 363 05 154 34X OUR NEW Abdominal Protector, MADE OF Ill bid Ill; State Hews. James Smith is held at Middletown in $1,500 for murderous assault on Officer B. S. Lewis. Edward Cody fell from a fifteen foot em bankment in Middlatown Wednesday and was seriously injured. Waterbury people can go to Newburg and return to day, via the New York and New England railroad, for $2. Ex-Deputy Sheriff Jacob B. Bachelder, of Greenville, made an attempt at suicide on Tuesday, but was overtaken and prevented. Se has shown . signs of mental aberration since the death of his wife a few weeks ago. The funeral of Miss Grace Prout, of Bran- ford, occurred Wednesday afternoon from her late residence at Plantsville. The ser vices took place at 3 p. m., Itev. Dr. Olm- I stead officiating. There was an unusually large attendance, especially of her young friends and acquaintances. Many from Guil ford attended. On the farm of Judge Bronson, of Sey mour, is a natural cuVioaity. A maple tree one foot in diameter grows out of a solid rook three feet from the ground, and out of this tree about a foot from the base of the tree is a cedar limb about two inches in di ameter, which is as flourishing as any of the branches of the parent tree. Frederick Dick, a painter in Wallingf ord, formerly in the employ of G. W. Woodhouse, was buried Tuesday. The deceased had been ailing for some time, and the nature of the disease baffled his physicians, a post mortem examination was made by Dr. Russell, in the presence of Drs. Davis, Harrison and Banks. Two cherry stones were discovered in the bowels, whiqh they had inflamed, thus caus ing death. Patrick Walsh, a well known citizen, of Middletown, died suddenly sometime during Monday night, being found dead in bed Tuesday murning. He was a great sufferer from consumption and this was the imme diate cause of his death. He was associated with his brother Thomas in the grocery bus iness and was a gentleman of estimable qualities. A wife and two children, one but a week old, survive him. Ex- Deputy Sheriff J. B. Bachelder, of the town of Norwich, left a note for his daugh ter Tuesday telling her that he was going to kill himself, and that "if my body is worth looking for, it will be found in the pond above the dam." As he has been unwell for weeks, insanity was feared and a searching party was formed. The unfortunate man was found at evening crawling through the rushes 01 a swamp completely daft. Judge Stoddard opened the August term of tha Superior Court in Litchfield on Tues day afternoon. The first part of the term will be for jury cases. The case of Nichols vs. Curtiss was begun. This is an action for damages for an assault and battery in Har winton. The case of Tuttle vs. town of Winchester was specially assigned for Tues day next upon the motion of the Hon. Vf. O. Case, one of the counsel. After the trial of this the well tried case of Barnes vs. Ply mouth will be tried for the fourth time. Zlessrs. Editors The above is a good Hitenesa of Mrs. Lydla E. Pink hain, of Lynn, Mass,, who above all other human beinga may be truthfully called tho ''Dear Friend of Woman as some of her correspondents love to call her. She is zealously devoted to her work, which is the outcome of a life-study, and is obliged to keep six lndy assistants, to help her answer the lnrge correspondence winch daily pours in upon her, each bearing its special bnrden of suffering, or joy at release from it. Hor Vegetable Compound is a medicine for good and not evil purposes. I have personally investigated it and am ra tisnod of the truth of this. On account of its proven merits, it is recommended &nd prescribpd by the best physicians in the eountry. One says: "It works like a charm and saves much pain. It will cure entirely the worst form of falling of the uterus, Lcucorrhoea, irregular and painful Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Flooding, all Displacements and the con sequent spinal weakness, and is especially adapted to the Change of Life," It permeates every portion of the system, and gives new life and vigor. It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all craving for stimulants, and relieves weak net's of the stomach. It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration, General Debility, Sleeplessness. Depression and Indigestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weight and backache, is always permanently cured by its use. It will at all times, and . under all circumstances, act in harmony with the law that governs theLfemale fystem. It costs only $1. per bottle or six for $5., and is sold by druggists. Any advice required as to special cases, and the names of many who have been restored to perfect health by the use of the Vegetable Compound, can be obtained by addressing Mrs. P., with stamp for reply, at her home in Lynn, Mass. For Kidney Complaint of either sex this compound Is unsurpassed as abundant testimonials show. Mrs. Pinkham's Liver Pills," says one writer, ' are the best in the world for the euro of Constipation, Biliousness and Torpidity of the liver. Her Blood Pur iner works wonders in its special line and bids fab: ' to equal the Compound in its popularity. All must respect her as-an Angel of Mercy whoso olo ambition is to do good to ot hers. Philadelphia, Pa, (3) Mrs. A. M. D. j This plaster is fa ! mora for its quick and hearty action in curing Rheumatism Am. Flag Ilrn Sflver.. 9y. 9v Amie 17 19 Hiberni 6 8 Alice H..rtense 27 28 Alt. Mon 51 62 Independence. 70 81 Bolle Isle 45 Iron silver. ; . .205 210 Best & Belli. . . LacrosBe 20 23 Bodie 490 500 Leadviile Con. 72 Buckeye 145 155 L. Pitts Bull Dom 5 7 L. Chi f 51 65 Bassick Mexican 5 Br.dshaw 20 28 Miner Boy Calaveras. G Muoe Cale. B. H 30 1 Navajo. 5 BV California. 15 17 N. Standard.. 15 lfi Climax Nor'n Belle. . . 13 Con imp N. -Belle Isle. 26 30 Con. Va 39 41 Ontirio Ckrysolite 235 240 Orl. & Mil 22 Cen. Ariz 60 Bappahanock.. ' herokee 28 29 R.ibinson Con.145 Caribou 150 Rising Sun.. . 32 Durango 10 12 Sierra Nev 4C0 450 Dunkin. 20 Standard. 8 Decatur 62 63 8. Cliff 50 61 Eureka Con... Sntro 37 31) Empire-Utah. . 140 Pp. Valley E. Oregon 150 Stormoht 34 Granville 8. Hlte. new.. a. Prize 60 74 So. Pac 12 Goodshw St. i. 1 & 4. . . 1 5 8 Gr. fcast 4 5 St L 2 & 3. ... 24 25 Gr'n Mt 220 230 Tuscarora 8 10 Gold Stripe. . 26 tin. Con Homestake 19 20 Unadllla 8 9 HukilL 35 Vizina 115 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, Sigrist & Co.'s Wine Jellies. Six Va rieties for Family TJse. Port. Madeira. Angelica, Flaming Tokay, Oolden Tokay, Dry Muscat, AT LOW PRICES. Gilbert & Thompson, ap27 3U4 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 Bakes. 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, 61 Church Street, Leave Saratoga, Troy, p. Adams, Shel. Falls, Turner's Fl'a, Ho. ueerneia, Williamsbrg, Northampt'n Holyoke, Westfleld, N. Hartford, Plainville, N. uaven Not. Yorlr, GOING SOUTH. r, 50 a. m., 10.30 a. m. 7.30 a. m. 11.00 a. m. 2.45 p. m. 9:4u a. m. 12:45 p. m. :2 p. m. 10:23 9:60 10:47 6:25 a. m.l0:46 1:81 p. m. 6:12 1:00 p. m. 8:00 0:35 1:55 Steamboat Line for New fork Far 81, including: Berth. Xlcfcets tar tha flonnd Trip, I.0. CjSt,. TThrt"m'r.P'.H- NORTHAM. Oapl dBw immWVtm Peck, will leave New ft.vm 13:00 p. m., Sundays excepted. Stateroom? mm office mt Peck ft Bishop. 9 Chapel street Steamer CONTINENTAL, Captain ml'. ,.. Hew Haven at 10:10 a. at., dundars in.ni.a i.Ji. at 23d street. East River. FROM NEW YORK The O. reo sup at s p. m. H. SORTnmr at 12 o'oloek midnight. annasjr siiiu Mont Tor !Tew fork. HAVKN n.n, T , atateiooms told at the Elliott o'clock i. m., SdinSay, eicejrka-estnrdm Vi.fc Inlffht. " The steamer 1?R1 naven at iu:au D. m. Hot. Free stag, f rom InsoranoTBuUding. OtaSSl street, eonunenolng at S p. m. p' vtTli'li checked through to Philadelphia, (both routes) Baltimore and WashlnB- ton. Jys J AS. U Washing- WARP, Agent. Starin's New Haven Trans portation Line. L,eae. New Itv-n Daily except Sanda. Leaves New York Daily ICept Saturday. ....y. gTARIN, Capt McAl- S:28 " 6:48 11:10 " 2:18 " :S8 6:50 " 11:18 ' 9:28 " 6:05 " 7:20 " 11:45 " 2:51 " 6:33 ' 7:28 " 12:58p. m.3:58 6:BS ' 8:22 " 124(J 3.65 7:23 " 9:21 1:38 :5 ' 8:18 " 11:59 " 4:22 " 6:55 ' 10:80 " Freixht Train with Fan. Car leaves Northampton at 4.3ii, and arrives at Westfleld at 5.40 p. m. 37Tinie given south or Oranby ia New Xork time, and North of Oranby Boston time. kuvv. a. hay, lien. ricRet Agenc. C. A. Goodsow, Heneral tinpnrlntendent. New Haven. July 8. 182. Jy7 New If ork, New Haven & Hartford It. It.. June Oth, Train I.enve w fluven as Ftllrwe 3 FOK NEW YORK 3 55, 4 18. 4 28, 5 20, 6 80, 7 65, 8 30, 9 40, 10 45 a m., 12 03 noon, 1 80, 3 35, 40, 4 20, 4 67, 6 40, 6 52. 7 00 (to Bridgeport) 7 45, 8 34, 8 45, 11 55, (Washington Express) p. m. Sundays, 3 66, 4 18 a m.. 5 00. 8 16 n. m. FOB BOSTON via 1'RINGFIETJI12 58, 8 15, 10 30 a. m. 1 21, 3 15. fi 28 p ni. Hnndays, la 5 a m. VIA tlARTFOUD uud N. Y. & N. B. BR. 2 20 a. m. Sundays, 2:20 a. ra. FOR BOS ON via NEW LONDON AND PROVIDENCE 12 45 8 l'8, 10 40 a. m. 3 12 (Newport Ex ), 4 00, 6 15 (to l'rovidence) p. m. Huudays, 12 45 a. m. FOR SPKINOFIKLD, fcc 12 15, 12 58, 2 20 (to Hart ford), 4 45 (from Belle Dock, except Mondays), 7 05 (to Moriden), 8 16, 10 30. 11 10 Whito Mf Ex., 10 40 (to Merldcn) a. m. 1 21. 3 16, 6 85 (to Bart ford), C 28, 8 12, p. m. Sundays, 12 68, 4 45 a. m. (from Belle Dock ) FOB NEW LONDON, ire 12 45, 8 08, 10 40 a. m. 8 12, 4 00, 4 30 (to Conn. Klver), 6 15, 8 40 p. m. Sun days, 12 45 a. m. K. M. REED, Je2G ' Vice President. 10:15 p iu. ERA8TD8 CORNING. 1:Z?S?7 ThUrUyt' .. w .V 11 JO uapt P. m. The WedBead.,.ndFridi;.t. .,i' ver "Jr. ConTsr:? J" T0r fr"J?..?' of night boat from New York "' wn oertn in cabin, tl : with berth in ... room, tl 60. Excursion ticket.: U 50. " 9h lo"e the depot at 8:10 n. m coneneS stop at Brewer, street, only three block, fiom ih. HiSdTMt'4 tueu" NATIONAL LINE OF STEAMSHIPST BBTWEB MCW YORK, UVERPnni. QDEKN8TOWN AND LONDON DTRKn-r -j Balll eg weekly from Rl so h.i. orlSrtBYth. Tititf ?mK.ng the l"Mt "eamahlp. orosaiBg tne Atlantlo. Oabln rates tMtAtin.ii'-.. Mo, 1100 to $120; ontward Sr Z meeraga Ticket. 28. " Belnn H i..A r', other Lines." Offloes, 69 and 7a Bronlw.. lull. v-LL F. W. J. H0R8T, Manage Broa7. lork. ,,r,?T,.,w "Te". BuNNEIX ft SOR ANTON au2 daw Opposite the Post Office. OK. S. W. F18KE, Clairvoyant Physician , Bnilnen and Tflt nindlnm -t Church Street Beef Tenderloins! New York Produce Market. Nkw Vohk, Ang. 17. -Unchanged ; State, $3 50a8 00 ; Ohio, $4 75 southern, $4 9.ia7 75 ; FLOUK- 7 50 ; western, t3 60a8 00 sales. 13,700 barrels. WHEAT ikc. higher and firm, falrlv active speculative trading; sales 168.000 bushels No. 2 red for Angust, tl 12al J2 ; 440.000 bnshels do. for September. $1 12sial 13V : 384.000 bushels do for October, $1 13al I4K ; 168.000 bnBhels do. for No vember, $1 15ijal 15 ; 80 000 bushels do. for Decem ber, ' 16;al 17 ; 4",000 bnshels do. for the vear. 9 ia?4. UOttfl Unchanged; mixed western for snot. 85a 88c; do. for futures, 77J(a85$c.; sales, 410,000 bush els. OATS ValJic. better and active: State. 60a80o. western,52a78c; Bale", 000,000 bushels, including No. 2 for August, 64J6a5c; do. for September. 4li!c.; do tor uctooer, 45'jaixo ; do. for the year, 44?-ia45c. steady. PORK Dull ; spot new mess. S21 75a22 00 : old do. 2l 25a21 37 HKD Lower: steam rendered. tl2 55 : sales. 200 BUTTER Very firm ; creamery, 26c. SUGAR Fair demand. MOLASSES Unchanged. PETROLEUM Dull. RICE Firm. COFFEE Quiet. FREIGHTS Steady. SPIRITS OF TURPENTINE Firm at 46a4G'c ROSIN Steady at $1 80al 95. TALLOW Firm at 8a8Jc. FRESH EVERY DAY. v e nave constantly on Hand a fine assortment of Broilers, Fowls, Sweet Breads, Calves' Livers. Lamb, veal, and all varieties of Meats. Also a fine stock of Mel ons, .Feacues, Bananas, Apples Cantelopes, Lemons, &c. Call and examine our stock. Prices as low as any in town. Frisbie & Hart, 350 AND 352 STATE ST. PEARLS s I am. r OFFICE No. 270 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn, hours from 9 a. to p. m . Take Notice Dr Fist 9 will take a vacation In July and AuguBt, and c 'n e found at his office in flew naven nly four anya 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, Niantio, Conn, ine uoctor has visited new Haven regularly every month for over six years, and is highly recommended by the people and the press, as the great -Healer and Physician. If yon are sick or need valuable advice, do not fail to consult him. Dr Flske has had SI vears experience in the practice o. medicine, and has made tnonsands or the most aston'shlng cures of all chron ic and long standing diseases of whatever -ajr.e or na ture. The Doctor has the gift to describe every pain and secret disease at sight. His prices are so rearonable that rich and noor alike can be restored to health. The Doctor also gives valuable advice en business matters, and all the affairs of life, both social and financial, including journeys, lawsuits, gains, losses, absent friends, and great success In selecting lucky numbers. Sittings for business affairs or examination of the lek, $1. Communications by letter upon business or neaitn must contain (2, age, sex, a look of hair and stamp. Address Look Box 1.253. Norwloh. Ot. For further particulara-eend a stamp an 3et a circu lar, use ur. . w. r lske'S Linunent for Uhnumatism, ail .rains ana Acnes, r or sue oy ail m Jggista. AUCTION SALE OF Watches, Jewelry, Cutlery, Revolvers, Silver Plated Ware, Japanese Fisbinir 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 eve ning, August 3d, at 1 1-2 o'clock, and continuing ev ery evening until all is sold. Remember these goods must be sold at whatever prices they bring. flew tltm;u ami Uoru ttiirtia. Train arrangement commencing June 21, 1883, LEAVE NEW HAVEN, At 7:06 and 9:66 a. m., 2:00, 6:88 1 20 and 11:0C p. B. LEAVE ANSONIA, At 0:60, 9:15 and 11:12 a. ra., 8:16 and 7:80 p. m. Connections are made at Ansonla with passenger trains of the Nausatuck railroad, and at New Haven with the prinolpal trains oi otner roaas oenienng there. . . iui iaitJJ, trapi Now Haven, June 20, 1882. Je26 Housatonic Railroad. SUMMEa ARRAK6K1HENT, IN EFFECT JILV , 1HH). Through Cars Uetween Bridgeport and Albany. Shortest, Quickest and Cheapest Konte tor Albany, Troy. Sar atoga and the West. FAHHENGEH TRAINS La ITS BRIDGEPORT for ALBANY, TROf, SARATO GA and the WUHT, 10:10 a. m. tupon arrival of :40 a. m. train from new uavenj w l l'H THROUGH CAR FOR ALBANY, arriv ing at 2:40 p. m. Arrives at Saratoga 4:28c m. oonnsctlBE at Albany with 8:10 p. m. Ouioaot Expiees, arriving in Obloago at 8:00 tha next n. m. ' Leave BRIDGEPORT at 6.26 p. m. (connecting with 4:20 p. m. Train from New Haven) arriving la Albany at 10:06 p. m.. Saratoga 12.48 a. m. Returning Train leave. Fittsneld at 8:00 a. m., State J.lne at :u a. m.. AlDanv ai o:oo a. m. fwitn TBROI OH CAR via State Line) arriving In. Bridgeport at 12:80 p. m.. New Haven at 1:10 p. m. 6:00 a. m. train from Ptttsfleld mondats only, arriving in Bridgeport at 10:00 a. New Haven 12:05 p. m. Through Tioaeta sold and Baggage Cheeked direct to and from New Haven, PittnUeld and all Hons atonic Stations, North Adams, Albany, Troy and Sara toga. xt. 1). AVKUiLLi, uenerai Ticket Agent. W. H. YEOMANS, Superintendent, General Offices, Bridgeport, Conn. Boston & New York Air Line R.11 On and after MONDAY, May 8, 1882, trains fei-'as'.'wui run as roiiow. : 8:00 a. m. train for Wllllmantio. K&2n:(i& a. m. "Train for Wllilmantlo oonneot at Wllllmantio with trains of the N. T. and N. E. and N. L. N. railroads, arriving in Boston at 1:25 p. m.. Provldenoe 12 65, Worcester 2:10 .. NMnlAh a . -II. lUt m 10:35 a. m. Train for WiUlznantio, connecting at Willi mantle witn n. x. ana . ana new jjonaos Northern Railroads. 6.23 p. m. Train for Wllllmantio, connecting at Wllll mantio with Now London Northern R. B. foi Norwich and New London. Trains leave Tnrnervllle for Colchester at 9:46 a. 12:53. 6:24 and 8:05 p. m. leave uoionester tor xurnervme at 9:21 ana 11:48 a. a., and 6:17 and 7:68 p. m. Trains oonneot at Middletown with the Hartford and Connecticut Valley Railroad for Saybrook and Hartford. i. a. rnaMuail, my8 Superintendent. -- H- HOP PLASTER Sciatica, Kidney Disease, Lame Back, Side or Hips, Sharp Pains, Pleurisy, Heart and Liver Troubles. Stiff Muscles, Sore Chest, Cramps, and all pains or aches in every part. It soothes, strengthens and stimulates the I CS C tk W" SUCCESS Hop Plaster Co., Sole Manufacturers. (2) Mailed on receipt of price. . CARTER, HARRIS & HAWLEY, Gen Agts, Boston. parts. Sold by druggists, every where at 25 cents. Choice Investments For those who have money to loan. I am prepared to offer $40,000 In those choice Northwestern Farm Mortgages, which have given such entire patlsfaction to all who have bought thein of me duri. g the past 0 years. Interest at 6 to 8 per cent., payable at my office. Money to loan at 6 per cent on city property. suying ana semog real estate ana general broker age. au!7 dwlm' ALFRED WALKER, SS Orange Street. GLYCERINE BEAUTIFIES THE COMPLEXION, "X71 o "1 1 A pearly white seml-transpar-T V JK1L'-Hj XO.nt and elastic fluid, having a remarkable affinity for tho skin. The only article yet known to Chemistry that will penetrate the eklri without injury, decolorize all spots, and effectual ly remove tho various faults of the complexion. Whatit tloesr.VTe'.Ta" Moth-patches, Black Worms, Impurities and dis coloration, of every kind, either within or upon the skin. It renders the Bkin pure, clear, healthful and brilliant, creating a complexion which Is neither artificial nor temporary, hut at once beautiful and permanent In its beauty. X-f- g-m -m (.almost instantly) Sunburn, Irick-M-V 1U-I. 2y ifent, Chapped, Rongh, or Chafed Skin. In fact its results upon all diseases of the skin are wonderf ul. Jt never fails. USE ALSO PEARL'S "WHITE GLYCERINE SOAP. It ma-e8 the skin so soft and white. jS!&J. Bj nr.. a GLYCERINE CO- lVew Haven Ct.SL BANKING MOUSE or HENRY CLEWS & CO., 18 JNew Street, y., Next Ioor to Ahe Stock Exclianere. Stocks and Bonds bought and sold onlv on commia- alon for cash or on margin. Deposits received. 4 per j cent, allowed on daily balances. Members of the New York Stock Exchange and the Chicago Board of xraue. .ravage wire to unicago. N. T. City jSgaJwaZ- (Grand Centra Hotel. Branches A sure cure for imooverished blood. Dim ples, and saliow complexion, is Brown's Iron Bitters. It -will produce a healthy color, smooth skin, and is absolutely not injurious. 18 6d lw A tVise Word from Addison Says Addison : "Health and cheerfulness mutually beget each other." There are vol umes of truth in this. It is difficult to look at the world through cheery glasses, when disease has set in upon the loins and back, and when the kidneys and liver are out of order. ' But cheerfulness returns with Hunt's Remedy, the great kidney and liver medi cine, because it brings.health to the afflicted. The aching back, the sallow skin, the hollow ! eye, the distressed feeling, the bent body. the despondent mind give way before Hunt's Kemedy to tne bloom of youtn, tne bound ing step, the cheerful spirit, the renewed strength, and to a prolonged lease of vigor ous life. alleod3t The well-known strengthening properties of iron, combined with other tonics and a most perfect nervine, are found in Carter's Iron Pills, which strengthen the nerves and body and improve the blood and complexion. Wholesale by Richardson & Co. ; all drug gists at retail. alb bd lw Ask your physician and he will tell you that for all for those tonic properties which strengthen and invigorate, there is nothing known to the vegetable kingdom equal to hops. They are a prominent ingredient in Hops and Malt Bitters. augU 12d2w Forty Vears Experience of an Old Sane. Mes Winslow's Soothing SrBtrp ig the pre scription of one of the best female physioians and nurses in the United States, and has been used forty years with never-failing success by millions of mothers for tneir cniidren. Xt re lieves the child from pain, cures dysentery and diarrhoea.griping in the bowels, and wind cohc. By giving health to the child it rests the mother. Price twenty-five cents a bottle. a7 lyd&w Nothing so vitalizes, purifies and enriches the blood as Wheat Bitters. au7-12d-lw Ladies, by using German Corn Remover, can wear "glove litting" boots with ease and comfort. "I have used Simraot3' Liver Regulator with successful effect in bilious and colio and dyspepsia. It is an excellent remedy and certainly a public blessing." i. Mastekbon, sneria of iiibb uo., tia. eu!4 3teod ltw. Cures Dyspepsia, Nervous Affec tions, General Debility, Pever 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. Havana Cigars. Ti nave in stock an extra line of Imported Cig- v v ars, comprising an tne popular branas. flew and f'resh goods at lowest rates. tne dox, ana to tne traae Je20 For sale at retail b; E. E. HALL & SON. Thompsoniuandee 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 Oephaline the best medicine extant for sick, nervous and bilious headache. aul4 3teod ltw Kidney Disease. Pain, Irritation, Retention, Incontinence, Deposits, Gravel, etc., cured by "Buchu. paiba." $1. Depot 289 State street. Trucking, Freight, Moving Furniture, Pianos and Ma chinery promptly done. OFFICE, No. 79 Orange Street, New Haven, Ct. Stocks for Sale. New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Com pany's stock, for sale by Bunnell & Seranton, Rankers ami Brokers, JyH 216 and 218 Chapel Street. Henry 1. itayuioiid & Co., OOMSnSSION STOCK BROKERS, No. 4 Pine Street, New York, Transact a general brokerage "business with experi ence and excellent facilities. Railroad Stoc&s carried on 3 to 10 per cent, margin. Financial Report, de- veted to the interest of iuv. etors aud operators mall- ea iree ; also oumpiete miormation. Orders on San Francisco Exchance also Elxecutetl. B3y In offering our services to out-of-town invest ors we will, when desired, furnish prominent refer ences, including Bankers, Senators and Merchants. je-a eoa STEWART 1$ ROWS' hOXS, 38 PINE STREET, NEW "VOHK. Government Securities, .Slocks mid Blonds, Bo.ffht and Sold on Commission. Investment Securities a Specialty. my iy HARD AND -SOFT CRABS SALMON Price reduced, . BLXJEFISH, MACKEREL, SEA BASS, SPANISH MACKEREL, &c, &c, at A. Foote & Go.'s, e23 353 State Street. $11 $1.50 $1.51 ALL WOOL FLANNEL LACE SHIRT! With 12 rows of atitchings, and 32 eyelet holes of the finest makes, for $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 WortU $2.50, At Morris Brenner's Popular Gents' Furnishing Store, 345 STATE STREET. AMERICAN ROADSTER ! I - Naueratuck Railroad. COMMENCING Monday, November 7, 1881, train, leave New Haven via N. H. & D. B. R., connect ing with thi. road, at 7:05 a. m. Connecting at Ansonla with passenger train ior waterDury, .Latonneia ana win-sted. 9:60 a. m. Through ear for Waterbury, Watertown, Lltonneld, Wlnsted. 3:00 p. m. Connecting at Ansonla with passenger train for Waterbury. 6:25 p. m. Through oar for Waterbury, Watertown, ljltonneia, winetea. 6:15 p. m. Connecting at Ansonla for Waterbury. FOB NEW HA VEN Train, leave Wlnsted : 7:05 a. .., 1:16 p. m., with through car and at 5:16 p. m. TRAIN LEAVE W ATlvKBD HiAt 6:00 a. m.. 8:18 a, m., mrougn car, ju:ou a. m., oi jp. m., uirougxt car, o:u p. m. w cwxvjc w . bjuauu. Superintendent. Bridgeport, November 7, 1881. South End and Morris' Cove Stage Line. Y EAVES South End at 8:16 a. m. and 1:16 and 6:16 I i p. m. : Sunday at 7:3u p. m. -Leave. 886 Chanel street, B' ston Grocery, at 9:5 a. m. and 2:30 and 7:30 p. m.; oaturoay at g:3u insteao oi t :au. leis am jamkm u. ashbke. manager, TRICYCLE. Tne Faitnt Tricycle Made. mnOSE who wish to enjoy health should ride one. I They run very easy, and are the most uraoeful Tricycle In the world. We have se- oral styles of ma chines, high and low seated, f'-r Ladles, Gents and Youths, and at prices that will suit all classes. Open all day and evening from 7 a. m. to 8:30 p. m. Factory and Halsroom. iv r.rh Mrreer. jyitf w o auto TURNIP AT FRANK. S. PIATT'S, SEEDSMAN AND FLORIST, SOG and 308 U5 d4W State Street. Investment Securities. 30 shares N. Y., N. H. & H'fd B. B., non-tarable. fiO shares Danbury & Norwlk B. B., 41 50 shares Winchester Arms Co., ( 50 shares American Bank Note Co. N. H. & Northampton 'a and O's. " N. Y. & N. Eng. BR. ( s and Ts, " Small lots of Mechanics, County, Morchants and Yale National Bank Stocks, N. H. Gaslight Co., N. Y Central RB. and Lake Shore RR. W. T. HATCH & HOB, au5 Corner Chapel and Orange Streets. BANKERS, Nob. IG and 18 Nassau Street, NEW YORK. BUY and sell on commission, for oash or on mar gin, all securities dealt In at the New York Stock Exchange. All issnes of Government Bonds bought and sold at market rates, free of commission, and on hand for Immediate delivery. SPECIAL ATTENTION CiVKKI TO BXCHANGK8 OF ISONDS IN WASIIXNO TOW FOR ACCOUNT OF BANKS. gn FOR SALE, VERY MUCH BELOW COST, A Large and Elegant Assortment of Marble and Enameled MANTELS, &c. At the Marble and Granite Works of T. PHILLIPS & SON, 143 High Street, New Haven. J9 U The Baxter Furnace ITIURNIUES a quality of heat euperior to steam . at about one-half the expeuse. t does not heat tho cellar. It has no flues that can nil with ashes- The tire is renla ed without going to the cellar. Tt is clean, durable, economical, powerful, aey to manage, simple in construction and absolute ly freo from gas, ashes and dust. For full particu lars send to the manufacturers for ciroulars and price list. E.S. M0RRIR& CO., Danbury, Conn. JyU 2taw 3m SUMMER lilllM AT REDUCED PRICES. In order to close out the balance of Refrigerators, Meat MafeM and Oil Stoves at once, I will sell at Oreatly Reduced Irices. 814 AND 316 STATE ST. u3 Near Chapei;street, New Haven. iETTHE oIlo All who desire GLOSSY, LUXUKIANT 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 Itching and makes the hair strong: it gives life and vigor to the hair, supplying and feeding its roots with new vitality and actually restoring it by tho process of nature. READ! READ! New Haven, Conn., Jan. 4, 18811, I can guarantee Palmer's Hair Tonic and Uoxtorer to contain nothing poisonous or injurious, however freely it may be unei: aud as a drenaiuK to flie pcalp in removing dandruff, in preventing the lmlr from f allinsout. orpromolinK its rapid growth after sick ness, by restoring a stimulating healthy moisture to the roots, and, as its name implies, as ft u Hair Tonlo and Itestorr,M 1 enn most cordially recommend it: and ns such 1 know of no article of equal merit In the nkct. PAUL C. SKIFF, M. T. New ITaven, Conn., Dec. 6, 1880. It is with entire confidence that I can umlorpe the merits of your preparation for the Hair. As au an tidote for the mauy diseases of the scalp, it will be found to possess raro virtue. By careful analysis I found no poisonous chemicals, and therefore take pleasure in giving it my professional sanction and recommendation. EVELYN L. BISSELL, M. U. Prfoe, BO cents par bottle. Foisnle l)v all ilrucuists. Geo. C. flnodwln & Co., llostnn, and Ulcharilson Co., New Huron, toiui.. Agents. Acquaint yoarg.lf with the merit, off tlie " fHghmie K'atent Hliirt !" And you will have no other. Only to be had. in this olty of T. P. Merwln, Sole Agent for New Haven. Office (at lle.tclence). No. as College Street. Mail order, receive prompt attention. Jy31 - O. S. Clenney & Son, No. 160 State Street, New Haven, mporter. and wholesale Dealer In every description of BNGLI8H, FBBNOH AND AMERICAN COACH WINDOW AND PICTURE CLASH, VARNISH, OIL8, PAINTS AND DYK STUFFS. .nig . IATHEY CAYLUS' Used for over 25 years with great succors by tho physicians of Paris, Now York end Hjondoi., and superior to all others for the prompt euro of all canes, recent or of lon standing iut up only in Glass Bottles containing 64 Capsules, each. IMce 75 cents, making them the cheapest Capsules in tho market. CAPSULES - SECURITY INSURAMCE CO. OF NKW HAVK1V. HO. 3 LYON BUILDING, 247 CHAPEL STREET FIKE AND MARINE. CASH CAPITAL, - - - 9oo,ooo, Chas. Peterson, Tho.. R. Trowbridge, J. A. Bishop Dan'l Trowbridge, A. O. Wilcox, Chas S. Leete 9. M. Mason, Jae. D. Dewell, Cornelius Pierpont CHAS. PETERSON, President. CHARLES 8. LEETE, Vice President. H. MASON, Secretary, a f 93 Largest Assortment. Lowest prices. Sole agent. ror tne " n m x" carriage, anaotner mannxactnr- ers. u. uu w uca a uu my9 6m 49 Orange street. Stephen M.Wier, Successor to Miner & Wier, Carriage Manufacturer, 0O EJLM STREET, NEW HAVEN, CONN. I am offering a large .took of Carriage, at greatly reduced prices, made from the bert material.. Second-Hand Carriages, Including, a sry low. light fT?", T oly Sunday day, Wednesday and nun Jel5 W. B. MILLER, Agent, bw riaren, uonn. W. DOWNES. ANCHOR Coupe nil USINESS MEN IN WANT OF BUSINESS I Cun d better In tho Went than In unf other fSectluu ot the Country. liarc Opportunities I Few a tiood, None Better I 75 rapidly pro wing- Towns (most productive re gions of Minnesota, Dakota, and Iowa) alonr tho rtMXM i tly constructed lines of the Cnicaurn v North Wettern Kail way. otter mtemialod induwuienta to punhinK bnnlnciHH men of limited capital. For particulars ad'lretw i HAS. K. Land Couimiaaiouer O, & II. W.K'y Oo..Chica - iiieiiitTOR Only Vegetable Compound that acts'dircctly upon the Liver, and cure:; liver Complaints, Jaun dice, Biliousness, Malaria, Cos tivencss, Headache. Itassists di gestion, strengthens the system, regulates the bowels, purifies the blood. A Book sent free. Dr. Sanford, 162 Broadway, N. Y. FOR BALE BV ALL DRUoaWT. ' Dobbins' Starch Polish. iHmMSHiNE)r.::priti: every family may give their linen that beautiful fin ish peculiar to fine laundry work. Ask your Grocer, J. B. DOBEINS, PHILADELPHIA, PA. LINE. Drited States Mail Btbakkb. Ball Weekly to and from Nbw York aud Glasgow, vrx Lokdowdebht. CblSJSH'f)$80- Ro'oms, no to-$140. Seoond Cabin, $40. Return TiokeU, $78. Bteaiaerjall .very Saturday to and from HEW VrtR tr a ar v T . Cabin Pa-ag.. jab and m. Return.. 10u" and 11 19 Dwerage ramngera booked at low rate.. .ramnger accommodation, unexcelled. All 8tatooji oh Main Bkck. "''8"F" booked at lowert rate, to or from tSTSJ' 0wy- eden, Denmark, io. ror Book of 'Toon In Hturft... n.. 1 . , - ' . Apply to HENDEKSON BROTHER8. NEW YORK o'i BAroS08,309. Chmpel treit.Sr BCnSIlI0 BCRAJT row, 21 Chapel street. New Haven. Tor the MoTiaavs ! Celluloid Set., Cat Ola.. Bottle.. Perfu mery, Ac., mt Apothecaries' Hall, 801 Chapel Street. A. 1SH8NKB DR. J. L.LYON THJ .Id reliable phyMolaa. located in N.w Haven Inc. May, 1854, (37 yean), ha. removed hi. of frirrP'"0 Church Sr "uwuvj UUliUllia. DDDfHlla i'Mtnfll. flight of Main : entrnoe either at 49 Church street of 7 Grown reel Dr. Lyon rlll ooatlnua a. hmto' fore to treat all dlMam of .very nam. natnn, with that marv.lou mooes, which long yean of .a -perienoe ha. given him. Thousand, of terttmonlaM from grateful patient, matched from the brink of ths ErSSSrinWJL"1? Prfeo" o health attart e unerring .kill of Dr. Lyon. Ha MpMlally Invite, those whow dhmwe. under other method, of trull merit h.v. reaialned lntractlve, to sail npon htm. Vim him and h. will at one. describe your eond! .P"5S Jon would hTe " enred If your phyalolaa had umderstood your cam. If you hava tried for health and failed. It 1 no rea son why yon should not try again. Health U pre- S U ha '?noo, JO" eaae hs will tell you so. Hs can refer you to man y, perhap. worse thanyou are, that wars given up by their physicians snd friends, who now enjoy good health. U. win deasrlbe your caj. so clearly that you wlU known perfectly understand, your dljKsaw a is somethlna of great Importance to yon, although very easily so oompllshed by him, though no mors wonderful than true. It la only ths starting point to health for th physician to ondentsnd your disease, and thsn ad minister the .laapl. remedy to remove that rtlm.s Come, hs will do you good. You may be fslthless. h. by hi. perfect knowledge oryouv 1. " ouugn, pain in ths burning at ths gout, fevsr so: osok. remove stomach, wtlO that cold, ainkln. o. Joints, rh.nmaUam. vsr sorsa. eanoiira. ult vh-nw. 1 head snd all bad hnmnr. .itwihi. JlT-l msdlalnes. Person, .t a dl.tanoe may ooMult Dr. Lyon by 1st. tor (poat-pald), describing their case, snd hsvs modi otne. Mounly put up and. forwarded by express t iJ?!rt ,.th Unl with fuU and iipuelt dlreotlan. for use. Offloe arranged with sepsrat psartments so that patients sees nons but ths Doctor The following ars aome of ths disease which Dr. LyonsuocajisluUytrs.ts: Coughs, colds, consump tion, bronchitis, asthma, sore throats. Uwoomplalnt. kidney eomplslnt. scrofula, erysipelas, salt rWuL eanosr, tumiera. rhenmatlam ohronlo snd Innsins. tory dropsy snd pUes blind snd bleeding snd all humors and eruption, of ths blood and kln7 h challenges ths world ts surpass him in -g ths blood and entire system of all Impurities. Alalia, of disease, from th sflscts of which thousands and ten. of thousand, go to s premature grave. 1. radically and permansntly cured by Dr. Lyon. His suooeasln this class ofjallments Is not only Bratlfylna but simply wonderful. The patient after putting himself eft bar so it under the Doctor's treatment oommsncss to Im prove at ones, snd the sallew complexion snd esdav srous appearance la succeeded by th rosy cheeked be of health. Therefore u you .utter from any of the following oomplaint. hanen at ono. to th offlo of Dr. Lyon. Spermatorrhea or involuntary' seminal missions, seminal weakness, and svary specie, of genital irritability, gonorrhea, .yphilUs, (leetTnro psus uteri or f suing of ths woub7lsawrTnsVoir whites, snd other alarming snd painful ootnoUlnt. incidental to both SexesT oompiSAuw To FxsLujuij-The disease peculiar t fsmsl, esnssd by weakness, deformity, disoa. and from Uk. tng cold, suppression, irregularities, painful snd Im perfect menstruation, prolapnu uteri or falling of th womb, speedily sad sBeotuslly cured. Consultation frss. Advtos snd medicine given In all rt1sn... for tl or mors, sooording to ths sevsrslty of ths oan. If you wish to oommunlost by letter, state fully your dl.e..s, your age, symptom, duration of Illness, sun posed osuss and whether married or altigleTand In sU case, the most Inviolable seoreay may b. rsiisd upon. , Knclos s "tamp for return postage, and address si eommnnloatlon to or call upon Dr. J, L. Lyon, 41 Church street. New Haven. Conn. Olta hours from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Offlo. open Sunday evsnlngs. Appended ars s few testimotusls, wsut .pac for bid ths publishing of more. . Their names will b. cheerfully given to those dealrlng thus by eslllu th Doctor's offlo. Cass 1 la that of s lady whtTwst prottosnoed by thrs&ot th most prominent phy.l dsns of hsr nstl, olty to be In th last .tags of oon -sumption, snd told that her eass ws. hsiplss. snd hopeless. After being restored to sound health by fir. Lyon sh sent th following letter, aernestly re questing that it should be published In th bop that it might reach others similarly afflicted : To all who may b afflicted with thst common dls. ssss. Consumption, or any wssknees of th. longs. I would appeal to them to immediately consult DrTToLa L. Lyon, ot Kew Haven, Conn., feeling sore that by M doing they may be restored to health. t'sr ssvnrsl year. I was troubled with oough, hemorrhage of th lung, and th. usual symptom of Consumption. I consulted snd was treated by soms of the most .ml nnt physiotan the eountry afforded, without dsrlv log sny permanent benefit whatever. In ths.nrlnd of IW ths dl.s... msde.uoh rapid progress that say attending physlclsn andtrlend. gavs up all hopesof my reeovery. On th lth of Msy, 1863, I eossulUd th above named Doctor. I was at that tlms raduosd operfotwrokof my former self, oougblna ln osBsantly, and It would ssem Just on ths vergs of th grav. After th usual examination, h. kindly but plainly lnformsd ms ss other, had done, thst my dl as was lnourabls ; that I had but a few month, ta live. Hsving great oonfldenc in hi. .kill, I lnsltd opon his treating my oass. Ho did so, and with at tonishlng suooass. In twenty day. from ths tim oommenoed th us of hi medicines, my cough ws leas frequent, I suffered no mors from hemorrhage a ths lungs, and dsy by day found ths terrifying Trine torn, of Uonsumptlen disappearing, and was grsdu-3 ly regaining health. I was treated by him on year t thnd of that tlm I can truly say I was rsstorad to part sot health. It 1 now March, laa. and symptom, of tha disss an felt. I hav reason ts feel .are that I .hail autre r no return of th dissss . and It Is nst only s plsssun to ms, but a duty I f that I ows to hundreds of nl!ern who ars balna dally earned to ths grsvs by Consumption, to nni upon th.m tha asoesslty of seeking relief whsn It msy bs found. Vsry respsotf ully, D. M- A. The tady who wrote ths foregoing oontinne. la nr. fact health. Ths following la sn extract from a letter rec.lv sd from s patlsnt treated sad cured of seminal weak, new. Da. Lton Dear sir It I lmpossibl for m.to ful. ly xsras my gratitude to yon concerning th .Sect which your msdiolns has produced upon my system I hav. just finished ths medicine youput un for .Ti snd oan truthfully say thst I feel s diflsrsnt twins My appetite 1. v.ry regular, and I am not troubled with that dull hesdsohsthst I one had andslMs never wss so refreshing, ss lam not disturbed with dnams. Bfr I oams to you it ws difficult form to 00 nils, my thought for any lsngth of tlms to auv subject, asdoubtedly owing to thst complaint, and th contrast 1. cults noticeable. If I ever know ons troubled with that eomplslnt, I .hall immediately dl. root th.m to yon ss sn stleotual mean, of sua. ocas, for it sesnis to ms thst I almost ows my Uf. to you. for If It had been allowed to grow upon ms tbs tlms could not havs been far distant when that lnourabls disease (consumption) would hsv been deeply seated In my system. Pleas sooept my sincere thanks fo your treatment thns far. I remain, yonn troi, la lis: lOitiicHnti in Prices of Ronnd SlEk, l(ic lb.: Loin. Q"o ; Porterhouse, U2 o l4tmb, forequarters, lc ; hindquarters, 17o : Vssl very cheap ; Early Rose Pof atoe., 8O0 a peck ; Vegeta bles very cheap ; a large lot of Chicken., 20o lb. JL. Sclioiiberger'8, Jy-U 1, anil 3 Central market. Established 1845. THE subscriber return, thank, for ths liberal p j a ronsg bestowed on him for the psst thirty-nve year, whil sngaged in the Trunk, Hsrne. and Sad dlery business st a Bxohsng Building, and beg to Inform th publlo thst on or sbout March 1st hs will open with a full .took of the same olass of goods at 98 ORAKOK STREET, whr hs hopes by strict sttsa tlen to beslnaa.to.ecur a share of their patronage GEO. I. CUMMINS, Agt, OS ORAIXGK ST., tf Oppoillf r,lli)l.niBllll, Fresh Lot Soft Crabs, Frogs Iadrb, Iiluefiah, Mackerel, Hpanlsb Mackerel, Sea jBass, etc., at CUARLES REED'S, 511 Chnreb Street, bpp. Postofllce. Pine Groceries! FIXE GROCERIES I Tea, Coffee, Butter, etc. The Best Flour for Bread And Extra Flour for Pastry. LEIGH BROS., NO. 383 STATE STREET. Agent for .Superlative and Haxall JTlovs.