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& tflJR Dec. 20, 1882. . l For Dyspepsia, Coetivoness, Sick Headache, Chronic Diar rhoea, Jaundice, Impurity of the 151 ood. Fever and Ague, Malaria.., and all Diseases caused by De rangement of Liver, Bowels and Kidneys SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED MVER. Bad Breath; Pain in the Side, sometimes th pain is felt under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for Rheumatism; general loss of appetite; Bowels generally costive, sometimes alternating with lax ; the head is troubled with pain, is dull and heavy, with mn:irlM-a"h1f lv; of memorv. accompanied with a painful sensation of leaving undone something which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cough and flushed face is sometimes an attendant, often mistaken for consumption; the patient complains of weariness and debility; nervous, easily startled; feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation of the skin exists; spirits are low and despondent, and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to try it in feet, distrusts every remedy. Several of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases have, occurred when but few of them existed, yet examination after death has shown the Liver to have been extensively aerangea. It should be used by all persons, old and t' young waenever any ox me auove symptoms appear. Pamahii Traveling or livintr in Un healthy Localities, by taking a dose occasion ally to keep the Liver in healthy actin, will avoid ail Malaria, Bilious attacks. Dizziness, Nau sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits? etc. It will invigorate like a glass of wine, but is no In toxicating beverage If You have eaten anything hard of digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep less at night, take a dose and you will be relieved. Time and Doctors Bills will be saved by always keeping the Regulator in the House! For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly safe purgative, alterative and tonic can never ce out of place. The remedy is harmless and does not interfere with business or pleasure. IT IS PURELY VEGETABLE, And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel Or Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects. A Governor's Testimony, Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my family frr some time, and I am satisfied it is a valuable addition to the medical science. J. Gill Shorter, Governor of Ala. JSon. Alexander EC. Stephens, of 6a. says: Have derived some benefit from the use of Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a further trial. "The only Thing that never fails to Kelieve." I have used many remedies for Dys pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never have found anything to benefit me to the extent Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only thing that never fails to relieve. P. M. Janney, Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. T. TV. Mason says: From actual ex perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in my practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use and prescribe it as a purgative medicine. JpTake only the Genuine, which always has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Marlc and Signature of J. H. ZfilLFN & CO. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. journal tb mkx. Wednesday, Dee. 20, 1882. College Items. Slocum, '83, broke bis arm by falling on the Ice aj Lake Whitney the other day. The report that a certain college editor received a challenge to fight a duel from another student appears to have been false. Princeton has been vlaited by burglars. The Harvard freshman eights have been selected The average weight of the firs'; eight is 159 poundB . the second averaging one pound less. The men have ' been pulling for three months and have now acquired : considerable skill. ; Harvard students have slightly reduced rates on the ! railroads West for the vacation. The Yale Glee club will givo a concert la Boston January 9. Mr. F. D. Sherman, who has long been a favorite poet in college journals, is soon to abandon writing for them altogether, in order to concentxa!e his ef forts on work for the magazines. Some one has looked the matter up and finds that in the present Congress there are 76 Senators, 39 of whom have received a collegiate education ; and in the House are 152 out of 299 who have enjoyed Bimilar dvantages. It has just come to the oarB cf the reporter that B certain professor on the Cth of December last excused his division at noon, begging their pardon for doing so, and assuring them that it would not happen again before 2004. The yens published yesterday its last number for the term. The senior mathematical rcrize problems have been -handed out. There are te i questions. The first prize consists of a gold medal worth $10. service that all kindred have not the oppor tunity to bestow. Her end was peace itself. On the Sabbath, Deo. 3, it was my privilege to sit beside her. Her mind was clear ; she had been speaking of Father Pinneo ; evidently the mind was summoning the past and getting ready to look into eternity. We sang "Rock of Ages" ana-vvneni can read my title clear," and commended her soul to God. In common with some others our sister had been in the habit of feeling a fear of death ; but now, when she came to the brink, it would seem that she found it only a "brook," so gently did she pass over. -'So he giveth his beloved sleep. " It remains for this circle or kindred to ! garner from this dear one all the lessons of j grace and wisdom which the Lord taught her, and to follow her in just so muoh as she followed the Master. It remains for us all who knew her to thank God for every good thing she accomplished, and seek to profit by her life. As she looks back over life. I doubt not Cowper has well set forth her thoughts in his effusion beginning : "Winter has a joy for me, While the Saviour's charms I read." Milford, Dec. 18, 1882. S. M. K. Is unfailing and infant ble in curing EpilepH Fits. Snasms. ConvYi sions. Sc. Vitus Dance, i n g , Spermatorrhoea, Seminal weakness, Ira potency.Svuhilis, Scrof. u la and all Nervous and Blood Diseases, locier pymen. Lawyers, Liter arvMen. Merchants. Bankers, Ladies and all whoso sedentary em. plojment causes Iwrv otis Prostration. Irreiru larities of the blod. stomacn, oowein KidneTS. or who quire a nerve tonic, ap netizer or stimnlnnt. SAMARITAN NERVINE is invaluable. J no ands proclaim it i .ie most wonderful in orant that ever sustain ed the sinkintr svstem or saie uy an vrxzg gists. THE DB. 8. A. RICHMOND MEDICAL CO., Sole Proprietors, St. Joseph, Ma NEVER FAILS. State Hews State Correspondence. Bristol. "W. V. Thorpe, the boot and shoe man. will move into his new quarters in Mitchell's brick block in about two weeks. Mr. Damon, of the Goal and Lumber com pany, has somewhat improved, although his recovery is very slow. Tne death of Charles H. YVieutruan.on the 9thinst., is deeply felt in this community. He was a young man beloved by all and pos sessed of sterling business qualities. He had erected the past summer a large grain and feed mill at a cost of about $50,000. It is said that arrangements will be mads to keep the mill in permanent operation. The skating rink is very successful, having secured a liberal patronage. MerricK's grocery store was burglarized Wednesday night, cutlery, cigars, &c, to the amount of about $30 being taken. An entrance was effected by breaking out a pane of glass in one of the windows. Search for the guilty parties is as yet unsuccessful. December 18th. the negative, favor of the next week is : can party has sides are as MB. The Bad and Worthless Are neyer imitated ' - or counterfeited. This is especially true of a family medicine, and it is posi tiTe proof that the remedy imitated is of the highest value. As soon as it had been tested and proved by the whole 'world that jjop Bitters was the purest, best and most valuable family medicine on earth, many imita tions sprung up and began to steal the notices in which the press and people of the country had express ed the merits of H. B., and in every way trying to induce suffer ing invalids to use their stuff in stead, expecting to make money on the credit and good name of H. B. Many others started nostrums put up in similar style to H. B., with variously cunningly devised names in which the word " Hop " or " Hops " were used in ajway to . induce people.j& belie veThey were 3i8 lame as nP Bitters. All such pretended remedies or cures, no matter what their style or name is, and especially those with the word "Hop" or "Hops" in their name or in any way connected with them or their name, are imi tations or counterfeits. Beware of them. Touch none of them, but: Use nothing but genuine HP Bitters, with a bunch or cluster -of green Hops on the white label. Trust nothing else. Druggists and dealers are warned against dealing in imitations or counterfeits. g At the meeting of the Lyceum last Friday evening tne iollowing question was debated Are secret societies injurious ? T. O'Brien was leader on the affirmative and Foote on The decision was given in negative. The question for Resolved, That the Kepubli outlived its usefulness. The follows : Affirmative toote. Zink, Eeidy, Murphy, O'Brien. Negative Wood, Gardner, Averill, Hanomer, Beach. The following are the list of unclaimed let ters remaining in the Branford postoffico for tne ween ending uec. lb: Mrs. Sara Butler, Andrew Keeney, Miss Marv Jane Kinnev. George Buckinville, G. Buckinville, William Coburn, Dan Pendor. Phillip Keilly, Michael itegan. Whereas, Our instructor, Mr. 0. B. Cun ningham, is about to sever his connection with us, we, scholars of the Branford High school, having been instructed by Mr. Cun ningham for a term of more than three months, do most cheerfally bear witness that he has been a most faithful and consci entious teacher, and the progress we have made under him as a teacher has been such that ws cannot help expressing our regret tnat ne is aDout to leave us and tender him our best wishes for his future welfare. December 19. Guilford. The Mendelssohn club, of Guilford, will give a musicale for the'edification of a limited number of their friends on Friday next. Mrs. i.mily, wife of J. JSelson Field, died uecemDer itn, agea w years, uurial on Wednesday at 2 p. in. Mrs. JMiza Seymour, relict of the late Joel Benton, died December 18th, aged 82 years. ins remains or mrs. Amelia isiobms were brought here on the 11:23 train Monday, De cember itn, ana buried on Tuesday after noon. The annual meeting of St. Albaa's Lodee. No. 38, F. & A. M., was held last Monday evening, wnen tne following officers were elected : George S. Davis, W. M. : Charles W. Walkley, S. W.;SH. Pendleton, ir.. J. W.: H. ETTSorton, treasurer ; It. P. Hutchinson, sec retary. The New England band will give a concert to be followed by a ball on Christmas -even ing in Music Hall. Doors open at-7 and con ceri to commence at hi. Tickets to uio ouwsts ija -cents, ana to tne concert and ball SI. The pastors of our Congregational churches will deliver discourses next Sunday morning appropriate to Christmas, and will omit their evening services for the purpose of attend ing tnat in tne Episcopal church. Our enterprising fellow townsman Andrew J. Benton has put another addition on to his store to accommodate an increasing busi ness. xne tjuiuora ice company is, we are in formed, harvesting ice eight inches thick and or excellent quality. Deo. 19. LUMBER! Southern Pine Timber and Flank, 2, 3 and 4 In. Also a Full Assortment of ATT. KINDS AND THICKNESSES OF Pine, Sprnoe, Hemlock, White Wood, Ash, Oak, Blank Walnut, Butternut, Hickcry, Cherry, Mahogany, Calif ornia Bed Wood, Etc All the above we will sell at W holeeale or Betail AT SEASONABLE PRICES. George Ailing & Son, No. 100 Water Street. n24 IS A SUSIE CORE for all diseases of tho Kidneys and It has specific icurwi on. this most important organ, enabling it t J throw off torpidity and inaction, atimulatma the healthy secretion of the Bile, and keeping the bowels in free condition, effecting its regular discharge. F 13 ZkifVt If yon aresuffering from itfBiSl malaria,have the chills, ave bilious, dyspeptic, or constipated, Kidney Wort will surely relieve and quickly cure. In the S-oring to cleanse the System, every one should take a thorough courue of it. 41- SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. Price ft I. Poultry Poultry A very fine lot Turkeys, Chickens, bright, line and extra iresii, arrivea ims xriany morning, at wuoie sale and retail. Prices low. Freeh Country i'gae (warranted), 3Gc doz. Kittkory Nuts, 80 qt. Extra No. 1 Mackerel, 10c lb. Florida Oranges, 30c doz. Tine Table Butter. H5 and 37c lb. B-7Ee member. Headquarter for all grades cf Flour Meat Market Department. I shall pay particular attention to this branch and supply nrst-claes Beef and Meats at prices parallel with cheaper grades. Bo pay cash and got the best ybu can for your money. Orders given the night be- lore win ue aeuverea promptly next morning. J. H. Kearney, 74 and 76 Congress Avenue, dels Corner of Hill Street. CJjAIKVOITANT. rRS. 3. A. WBICJHT, 98 Orange Street, New Ha- Honr from 9 a. m . to R I). ra. aplTdfew Somers has just buried one of its oldest in habitants, Charles Pease, aged 85. He was eccentric and lived a hermit's life. Dr. Woods, calling at his house the other day, found him on the floor dying. The Meriden Britannia company pays taxes on $036,000, the Meriden Gaslight company afiiao.uoo, the JMeriden Malleable Iron compa ny $75,000, Silver Plate company $87,500, the Charles Parker company $214,310, United States Screw company $50,000, Wilcox Silver Plate company $202,300, Wilcox & White Organ company $S3,000, Bradley & Hubbard Manufacturing company $235,000, Foster, Merriam company $81,000. The largest non resident taxpayers, JJawitzer Bros., pay on Ileal estate transfers in Wallincford re corded this week : llobert Wallace to Emory Morse, eleven acres near Hamilton Place: Oneida Community (limited) to Patrick Bridgett, ten acres, more or less, just above Horsfcrd bridge ; heirs of Mary Kennedy to New York, New Haven and Hartford rail road, land east of the track ; estate of Mary Kennedy to JSew ork, New Haven and Hartford railroad, land east of the track; estate of Mary Kennedy, by Patrick McKen- na, administrator, to New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad, land east of the track. Gideon F. Eaymond's suit against the Gro- ton board of health, who destroyed his oyster-breeding bed in the Poquonnoc river a year ago, goes to the Court of Errors for a settlement of law questions. Judge Culver finds that the facts warrant an assessment of $5,000 damages against the town, but the town will probably try to make the board of health responsible for their own folly.if such their action proves to have been. A year ago Groton had some 40 cases of scarlet fever and the board of health, after investi gating for a few hours, decided that Ray mond's oyster brush in the muddy river bot tom was the disease breeding nuisance and destroyed it. Carter's Little Liver Pills will positively cure sick headache and prevent its return. This is not talk, but truth. One pill a dose. To be had of all druggists. See advertise ment. Wholesale by Bichardson & Co. : all drug gists at retail. d20 6d lw Why do you suffer with Back Ache. Pain in the Chest, Rheumatism, or lameness any- wnere wnen a iop Piaster will surely give you reiier e .Druggists sell them at 25 cents. del9 Gdlw Chapped Hands, lface. Pimples, and roneh skin, cured by using Juniper Tab Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co., New York. 11 If I WAITED. The address of a Lady or Gentleman In every City, Town and Village in the States of Connecticut and Rhode Island, who would be willing to work hard for $200.00 each, for the next 5 weeks, pay secured in ad vance. Address with a 3 cent stamp, LOCK BOX 1418, Waterbury, Conn. no30 dwlm jFlltST-CJjASS LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. J. FITZPATBICK, 3t Gilbert St., opp. Ho. 1 Engine House, Formerly of the firm of J. & T. Fitzpstriclt, 137 Orange street. Single and Double Teams to let at reasonable rates. Orders received by telephone. no22 3m BROADWAY CASH STOEE ! One hundred barrels of New Process Flour at $8.75 a barrel. 21J pounds New Process Flour put up In bans at tt.lft a bat?. This New Process Flour is war ranted to be the best in this country. The best St. Louis Flour at $7 a barrel. 24J pounds Of Br. Louis Flour pnt up in bags at 9fic a bag. 11 pounds Standard Granulated Sugar for 1. 13 pounds White Extra C Sugar for $1. oil jueau ana rrovuiom at Wholesale Prices. Please save your money and call on ns before you pnrohasb anywhere else. Paul Jente & Brothers, 107 Broadway. a u range - .11 Millortt. Another "Mother in Israel" sleeps the sleep in JeBus. On Wednesday morning i-ec. io, loea, ijirs. Minerva ijunn riaira de parted this life to live with God on high. She was born in Milford m the last century March 28, 1799, and hence had completed the good old age of eighty-three years and nine months. She united with the First Congregational church by profession of her faith in 1881, and hence had been a member of it fifty-one years. Her type of piety may do indicated Dy tnenymns used in the service to day, which were her favorites : Toplady'i xtocji oi ages, ciert tor me," and uowper's "There is a fountain filled with blood." She was endowed witn a good mind, that was brained by diligent reading, by study, and by ceacning in oay scnoois. Jier good sense was manifest in a notable manner in the training of her nine children (who are all alive) after she was left a widow by the death of her husband, Mr. Jonah Baird, in 1853. She taught her children to love both the sanctuary of God and the school-house. One son graduated at Yale College and entered the ministry. Another entered college, but left it to serve his country in the army, in which service he now is. Many of you must recall her zeal in the education of her family, and her councils with her pastor toward that end. Before she died she saw them all usefully employed, serving their day and generation, and nearly all of them in connection with the church of Christ. The whole family have laid their fellow men under no common obligation for their work as teachers of youth. Both the father and mother were teachers, and no less than eight of the children have been engaged in the useful and honorable employment of teach ing. Her work as a teacher also embraced the Sunday school work. Some of you may remember her as she came on the Sabbath, bringing six at least of her own children, and then taking a class in the Sunday school her self. Her example in this regard is com mended to you all. Children follow where the parents lead. God's faithfulness to his covenant with the "widow and the fath erless" is marked in her case. She and her children have verified these promises fps. lxviii 5, cxlvi 9), "A father of 'the fatherless and a judge of the widow3 is God in his holy habitation." "The Lord preserveth tho strangers, he relieveth the fatherless and widow," (Jer. xlix. ii), "Leave thy father less children, I will preserve alive ; aud let thy widows trust in mo." Mrs. Baird had a peculiar attachment for her old home, where her children were born. In fact I think all the dwellers in that part of our parish seem to have a similar attachment to that neighborhood and to tho people of that locality. Perhaps there is something in j the good air from the Housatonic that fans ! the people in summer, or in the healthy j winds that sweep down from the Berkshire hills in winter, or some peculiar unity in the i families there. For I have noticed that you I all come together in time of affliction, and j see your families well represented to day. Or your spirit may be due to the fact that ' you oveilook us in these low grounds, and j can see the waters of the Sound, ! which by their reminder of their maker keep you from bocoming so worldly-minded as the : tendency is in us all. At any rate, if I had been born in Milford, it seems to mo that my chosen birth place would have been in I Wheeler's Farm. Thus I judge it seemed to our sister, who, while stopping these years . past with her daughters, would often say, "I want to go home," meaning that sunny spot , where she spent hor married life. Later she j said that "The church was her only homo '. that she had now." And so, fittingly, her I children have brought her remains here where she gave herself away to God, where j she loved to worship, where these children were baptized, that so thoy and you all miglt i say the last farewells in this sacred place. I l do not think it wise to praise the dead, but her "works" praise her. I do not need to do it. Her faithfulness as a mother is proven by the unfaltering, unflagging devo tion of her children in all these last months of her weakness, when as nearly as might bo the care of their own infancy has been be stowed upon the dear mother with unstinted abundance. I am only spoajiing from actual inn. - Rons and near Pare Coil-Liver Oil made fromee.ected livers on the sea shore, by Caswell. Hazard Co., New York. It is absolutely pure and sweet. Patients who have once taken it prefer it to all others. Physicians nave aeciaea it superior to any oi tne other oils in market. w&W Henry's Carbolic Salve Is the best salve for cuts, bruises, sores, ul. cers, salt rheum, tetter, chapped hands, chil blains, corns and all kinds of skin eruptions, irecmes and pimples, uet Henry's Carbolic Salve, as all others are counterfeits. Price 25 cents. Dr. Green's Oxycenated Bitters Is the best remedy for dyspepsia, bilious- ness, malaria, indigestion and diseases of the blood, kidneys, liver, skin, etc. Durno's Catarrh Snuff cures all affections of the mucous membrane, of the head and tnroat. Dr. Mott's Liver Pills are the best cathartc regulators; fy&w&wtf Bronohitis, Asthma, Catarrh and all pul monary complaints, transient or chronic, per manently and promptly cured by Kurakolf, the great Pine remedy. oc24-eod3m If you are tired taking the large old fash ioned griping pills, and are satisfied that purging yourself till you are weak and sick is not good common sense, then try Carter's Little Liver Pills and learn how easy it is to be free from biliousness, headaohe, constipa tion and all liver troubles. These little pills are smaller, easier to take and give quicker relief than any pin in use. Forty in a vial. One a dose. Price 25 cents. Wholesale by Bichardson & Co. ; all drug gists at retail. d20 (id lw 3IotUer Swan's Worm Syrup, Infallible, tasteless, harmless, cathartic ; for f everishness, restlessness, worms, consti pation. 25c. That Husband of Wine is three times the man he was before he began using Wells' Health Itenewer. $1. Drug gists. Kurakoff, the great Pine remedy and lung healer, instantly relieves and actually cures coughs, colds, asthma, consumption, as no other can. oc24-eod3m For Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Depresion of Spirits and Ge g eral Debility, in their various forms also as a preventive againHt Fever and Ague, and other Intermittent Fevers, the "Frero-Piiospho-rated Klixir of .CalUaya," made by Caswell, Hazard & Co., New York, and sold by all Druggists, is tue best tonic; ana lor patients recovering from Fever or other sickness, it has no equal. m&w for Tliicit Heads, heavy stomachs, bilious conditions, Wells' May Apple Pills anti-bilious, cathartic. 10 and 25 c. Croup, Diphtheria and Whooping Cough get prompt relief and rapid cure by the use of iiurakoit, the wonderful Pine remedy. oc24-eod3m " Koah on Corns." Ask for Wells' "Bough on Corns." 15c Quick, complete, permanent cure. Corns warts, bunions. Kurakoff, the Lung Healer and great Pine remedy, contains neither opiates or narcotics. Free samplos to actual sufferers. C. A. Lewis & Co., 42 Vesey street, New York. oc24-eod3m Many ladies who had scarcely enjoyed the luxury of feeling well for years have been so renovated by using Lydia Pmkham's vegeta ble Compound that they have triumphed over the ills ilesh is said to be heir to, and life has been crowned with the added charm of a fresher beauty. dl5 Gdlw The best cure for diseases of the nerves, brain and muscles, is Brown's Iron Bitters. dl5 Cdlw A Sure Cure. A bottle of Dr. Fuller's Pocket Injection with syringe combined. All druggists, $1. Personal I To Men Only I ' Tho Voltaio Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., will send vt. Isye's celebrated isiectro-voltaio tfeitB and n-lec trie Appliances on trial for thirty days to men (young or old) who are afflicted with Nervous Debili ty, Lost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred troubles, guaranteeing speedy and completo restoration of health and manly vigor. Address as above. N. II. No risk is incurred, as thirty days' trial is allowed. no2 d&wl y Fftrsy Veai-8 Kxperienue of an Old Nurse. Mits YiNBLow's Soothing Syrup is the pre scription of one of the best female physicians and nurses m tho United btatos, and has been usod forty years with never-failing success by millions of mothers for their children. It re lieves tho child from pain, cures dysentery and diarrKa,griping in the bowels, and wind. colic. By giving heulth to the child it rests tha mother. Price twenty-five cents a bottle. a7 lyd&w "Death on Dirt" is a soap. No boiling, tubbing or labor necessary when it is used. die Steodlw A Cabd. To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of youth, nerv ous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure you, free of charge. This great remedy was dis covered by a missionary in South America. Send a self -addressed envelope to the liev. Joseph T. Inman, Station D, New York city. ocl6 eod-wly fhompsoniCandee Trucking, Freight, Moving Furniture, Pianos and Ma chinery promptly done. if. 79 OniDe Street, New Haven, Ot. A NOTEO BUT UN TITTLE 1 WOMAN. From the Boston Globe. Jfiranrial. N -W Yobk. Dec. 19-3 P. M. Money closed at 3 per ceiit. Exchange dull at 481 u 185. Governments firm. Closing prices reported over tho private wire oi BUNNELL & SCRANTON, Bankers and Brokers. Alton and Terre Haute Alton and Terre Haute pfd!" Boston & N. Y, jr-eosrs. Editors . Tin? above is a good litenesa of Mrs. I.yIia E. rink- j I:r.m, of Lynn, Mass., vrlio above all other human being's may he truthfully called ilie'Deor Friend of Woman," as some of her correspondents love to call hor. Sho is zealously devoted to her work, which is the outcomQ of a life-study, and ia obliged to keep six lady assistants, to help hor answer the large correspondence w hi eli daily pours in upon her, each bearing its special burden of eufferinj, or joy at release from it. Her Wf.rctable Compound is a medicine for good and not evil purposes. I have personally investigated it and am satisfied of the truth of this. On account of its proven meritst, it la recommended and pieyeribed by thebest physicians in the country. C:.o sr.3's: "It works like n, charm and saves much p;ii'i. Jt will euro entirely tho worst form of falling ef the uterus, Lcucorrhcea, Irregular and painful Mt-7i! ':-uution, all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Floodmg3, all Displacements andthecon pcpiciirt spinal weakness, and is especially adapted to the Change of Life." It permeates every portion of the system, and gives nevr Life and vigor. It removes faintnes3, flatulency, destroys all craving for stimulants, and relieves weak nesa 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 undr all circumstances, act in harmony with Oho law that governs the female pysteni. It costs only $1. per bottle or sis for S5-, and is sold by druggists. Any advice required as to speeial eases, and the names of many who have been restored to perfect health by the use of the Vegetable Compound, can ho obtained by addressing Mrs. P., with stamp for reply, at her home in Iiynn, Mass. For Kidney Complaint of either sex this compound is unsurpassed as abundant, testimonials show. "Mrs. Pinkham's Liver Pills," says one writer, "are the best in Vie world for tho cure of Constipation, Biliousness and Torpidity of tho liver. Her Blood Purifier works wonders in its special line and bids fair to equal the Compound in its popularity. All must respect her a&an Angel of llercy whoso solo ambition is to do good to others. Philadelphia, Pa. (2) Mrs. A. M. D. Bid. u i2 25 78 708' ,134 Air Line nf Vi Burlington and Quincy O. O. O. and I..-. .." Canada Southern Central Paciilo Ill - III Chicago and Alton Col., Ohio, and Ind. Cen.I Ones, and Ohio. do. 1st pref U fclAKIi.,. ............ ... Chicago, St. L. and NewOrloaca 80 juei. Kua nuason canal . .109 v iaoa. and West 131 24 Dal.. --$' W- I This plaster is fi I mous for its quick I and hearty action in I curing Rheumatism Bclatlca, Kidney Disease, Lamo Back, Side or nips. Sharp Fains, Pleurisy, Heart and Liver Troubles, Stia Muscles, Sore Chest, Cramps, and all pains or aches in every part. It soothes, strengthens and stimulates the M parts. Sold by drnegists, every- where at 23 cents. fea Hep Plaster Co., Sole Manufacturers. (2) Mailed on receipt of price. CARTER, HARRIS & HAWLEY, Gen Agts, Boston. -B- S3 ' H 6 i-i CIiAI RVOYAWT. 1BS. J. J. CLAKK is now permanently located at IV I $1 Church Street, Boom 4. She ia de lighting hundreds by her Mediumistic Powers in matters of business, absent frieinis, mar riage, etc. Her great skill in designating diseases and CURING THEM is truly marvelous, as Bsorea of grateful patients can attest. The uniform statement of all who call npon her is : She does all she claims to do. Sittings, i. itxanunation by iock ot nair, $2. Hours from a a. m. to a p. m. nosu 1 ones 101 DENTIST, iir a99 SO Gliapel.cor. State.Street S'd'g Over Brooks & Co.'s Hat and Fur Store Paspwai. All work warranted. Oflica hoars from O n . m. to T'kR. Nervous Debility ! Et. E. C. Wert's Nerve asd Brain Trkatmest.i specitio for Hysteria: Dizziness, Convulsions Norvous Headache. Mental Depression, Los of Mem ory, ldpermatorrliti?a, Impotoucy, Involuntary Emis sions, Premature Ula Age, caused Dy ovor-sxertion, self-abuse or over-muuleonce, whicli leads to misery. decay and death. One box will cure recent cases. Each box contains one month's treatment. One dol lar a box, or six boxes for live dollars : sent by maii prepaid on receipt of price. We guarantee six boxes to cure any case, with ea;:ii order received oy us lor six boxe?, accompanied with live dollars,we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to return the money if the treatment does not effect a cure. Guar antees issued by E, A. W hittlesey, New Haven, Ct., to wnom all orders should De addressed. nzwaawtr ...44 ... 3j;B- . . . 83 , .. !7Af ... -MX ... 10 ...18 . . .134 ... 9154 . . . 6 ". ...120 . .. 45 79 ... mx . . . 35;-,; ...115 l ... 34 ...117 ... S4?i . .. 4 .. 17 . . . 50 . . . 20 . . . 45 . . 31 ... 9 ... IS ... .105 . . .122 ... ... j50jf ... 2 ...Viy. 49 90 . . .- 84? ...139,'if ...15634 ... 60 )l ... IS 34 Asked 48 91 50 HO 129 70J 87 X 135 4? 24 3b !i8 81X 110 " 132 44 40 88 97X JX-i lox 18 13S 93 6'.) 131 47,Y KO 79 li. 34 118 Denver and Rio Grande r.ne Eri9 pref. " " " Erio Seconds Erie and Western East Tenn., Va. & Ga I Pt'd.. Express Adams American United States..."." Wells Ifargo Han. and St. Jos Han. and St. Jos. pfd..". " Houston and Texas Ind, Bloom & West Illinois Oentral Kansas and Texas Lake Shore Louisville and Nashville.. !! Manhattan Elevated Mil., Lake Shvro and W.."!! do pf'd Mutual Union Tel inempuis Charleston.. . Michigan Central M and St. Louis V"" do. nfVl Mobile and Ohio Missouri Pacific ..!! .. Morris and Essex Metropolitan Elevated!!! Nashville and Chattanooga.". New Jersey Central New York Central !!!!! New Ycrk and New Eng. . . . www iurs iievaiea N. Y., Chic, and St. Louis.. do. tiVI Northern Paciflo !!!!.' Northern Paciflo nfa Northwest. Northwest pfd Norfolk and Weat'pf'd uw lytmtrai i;oal. ....... ... Ohio aud Mississinrji Ohio Central 14 umana 541 Omaha pfd 1 1 5 O Ontario and Western 27 Oiegon Transcontinental 84J' Paciflo Mail n Peoria, 1). and Evansville 2fii Reading. 65 54 Kichmond & nanvills 69 i Richmond and West Point 25 y, Rock Island 129: Rochester. & Pitts 21' ? St. Paul losji 8t. Paul pfd 122 St. Paul aud Duluth my, do. pt'd 95m St. Paul M. and M 114" Texas Paciilo 41 Union Paciilo !.".".!! .104 Ji Wabash 34 v Wabash pfd !.. 55 Western Union Tel 82 United Pipe Lino Ctfs 81V Government bonds closed as follows : Bsoontinued .". 103 y, bid 4KB, '91, reg IW'Jbid 4Jis, '91, ooup ;i bid 4s, 1907, reg 11) bid 4s, 1907, coup 120?4- bid Currency Cs, '95 128 bid Ourrency 6s, '96 129 Currency 6s, '97 130 Ourrency 6s, '98 132 Onrrenoy (is, '99 133 Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows : Firsts 116all7 Grants lll'j bid Funds 117 all8 Centrals llGValiev WILSON I A. Why do AVllsonia. Magnetic Appliances effect marvelous cures where medicine fails ? is a question frequently asked. The answer is plain. The force supplied by Wtl- sonla is precisely that which is lacking where dis ease exists. The blood is the lifo. MaEnelisni Is the principle which gives life to tho blood. Demag netized blood is unhealthy blood. Konngnetiza the unhealthy system and it will throw off impurities and health will be restored. Persons afflicted with Paralysis, Nervous De bility, Catarrh, Asthma, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia or Chronic and 01 scure Diseases of whate . c- vJ. nre are invited to call at our office and learn what the Wilsonia Magnetic Appliances have done and are now doing In the above cases. Books containing testlmo nials, price-list, etc., mailed free on application. Magnotio Insoles or all sizes, just the thing for cold feet. 4B 17-5 21 48 J03J4-31J4- 6X 19 105 Jf J24 86 57 72! 13IJ 51 105 15 33 H 4 85V 139 156 51 17 35 14 64?. 115)4-27 85 44J4- 20 65 61 27 130 21 108Ji 122"? idyt '.IS l-14Jj? 41 105 34' 6: 83 85 BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY ! Extra Sn ilucements OiTered This 32orns5g- We are bound to sell to tlioBo thai buy for cash. 1,000 lbs. of line freh. EpiUtry receivoa to-day. County 'TTrekBys; full dressed, 20c lb. "t?6tllitry Chickens, full dressed, 18c lb. Please examine before purchasing elsewhere. 5,000 bushels Early Rose Potatoes, choice etoclr, on ly $1 per bushel. 100 boxes Oranges which we will sell at bottom pri ces. HEAD ! Fine large Valencia Orange?, 20c doz. Fine large sweet Florida Oranges, 30c doz. Oranges for cutting up, only 14c doz. Extra fine Lemons, ouiy 10c doz. Cspe Cod Cranberries, 18c qt. Butter and We have secured grand bargains in this Hne. Can sell line Table Butter fur 30 and 34c b.f guar anteed free from all adulteration. Good Cooking Butter, 22 and 55c lb. Fresh Eggs (warrantod), tide doz. Xtaisius ! Raisins ! Our stock is complete in the above. Fine OnduraB (not Honduras), 120 lb. Fine Ixk e Muscatels, 12c lb. Fine Dehcsa Layer for table use, 16c lb. Now Va enclas, 10c lb. New Citron, only 18c lb. Another Grand Bargain in Crackers. Splendid Soda Crackers, only Gc lb. Splendid Oyster Crackers, onl 7c lb. O. I. Boss & Son's Milk Crackers, Po lb. Ginger Snaps, 9c lb. Lemon Crackers, lCc lb. Nic Nac Crackers, Oc lb. Animal Crackers for Christmas very low. Other grades of Fancy Crackers very low. Another lot of those French Prunes. 2 lbs. 25c. Remember the plzce is I. M. WELCTl & SON, d3l4 28 at d 30 Congress Avenue. Kew "Vcrlt Produce Market, New Yobk, Dec. 19. FLOUR Steady ; sales, 15,800 barreis ; State, $3 30 ai ; unio, t;ab it ; western, $3 3U7 00 ; south- erii, ouau to. WHEAT Market opened &6c. higher; subse quently lost most of the advance : No. 1 whi'e, 1 06: sales, 48,000 busho!s No. 2 red for JfMary, $1 09a a uwg ; tw,uuu uu. ior reoruary, fci ii a$l 11 if : 80. 000 do. for March, $1 13a$l 13 ; 61,000 do. for May, utijM-ao. nigher and fairly active; mixed weBtern for spot, 6Sa74fe.; do. for futures, 2Jfa t.-ji.., mhod, oav,wu uuajiom ; receipts, H1,J75 bush- xajso. Oottor ; htate, 4!!a52o.: western, 4ta 52c; sales, 210,000 bushel, including No. 2 for MKiiiuor, 4oauc.; ag. for January, 4CVa4B?, aoior .reoruary, 4u;tjc. ; do. for March, 47c ; do for way, D'.a4oic. 1SEEF Quiet and steady : -plain mefs. Sll BOall extra do., 12 ooali 75; psclrot, $l5a$15 21 ; city extra PORK Steady; new mess, f 18 50aS19. LAUD Higher on options; spot steam rendered, $10 87.K. BJKi'TEE Firm; western, 18a41c. ; State, 21a4Ic ( craamery, 42a43c. - SUGAR Trading is in sm .ll lots only, but prices have a fairly steady temper and do not vary in aDy respect. Fair to good refining quoted at 6a7c. KK)1 Has a continued fair iobbinjr inimirv. at steady and unchanged prices. Carolina and Louisi ana quoted at 5!., a7c; Rangoon at 2?a'a23c .; i a bond, .--, c. duty paid. tiosiii. 1 hero continues a quiet market, and prices fchow no radical changes, ruling steady. MOLASSES -Prices have a very steady sapptrt and inquiry is moderate for the grocery trade. New Or leans, 40afi2c; Porto Kico. 35a53c. PETROLEUM Market ull and somewhat nomi nal. United, 91c ; crude in bbls., 7(a7'-c.; naphtha in bbls., 6?o.: refined in bbls. here, 7Xa7Jic; do. in Baltimore and Philadelphia, 7J;a7JriC. SPIRITS OF TURPENTINK Firm at 52c ROSIN Steady at $1 75al 80. TALLOW Firm at 8c. ileal (Estate. FOR SAIiE. Ce family house, Cedar Hill, Fair Haven, six rooms, just built, for $1,350. Hmall paymenta will buy It. A house with eight rooms, 190 Clinton avenue. No. 29 Auburn street, two-family house and barn ; will sell it cheap $500 cash and bal ance can remain on mortgage. I would like some houses to ront and take charge of. I have for sale a top-grocery wagon in good order. Price $00. A. M. HOLMEH, 69 Church Street, Room 8. Residence, 190 Clinton avenue. ocl8 Ksw Haven ana jMortbampton Kallroad. I'lJMR OF PJVSSKNCJKH. TRAIHS. Commttncinir Dwemher 11, Leave B:10 a. m. 2:00 p. m. :no p. m xMtxi nik FOR SALE, THE HOUSE No. 157 Meadow street, contain ing all modern Improvements ; house in ilrBt class order, fresco, painted walls, etc., etc; -he plaoe is for Bale at a low price, and only a small amount required down ; the balance can remain on mortgage; possession at any time. Apply to J. BONNJiiHJJJiKit, nroier, my3 288 Chapel Street. New York, New Haven, Flainvllle, Arrive N. Hartford, WflBtflold, Ho) yoke, Northampt'n Wllliamsb 2. 7:03 a. ra. 10:33 8:00 11:20 4:13 5:00 6:30 7:28 8:68 9:U2 9:50 9:54 10:16 8:13 8:50 9:12 9:23 0:45 JULIUS IVES, 6 Kim St., Todd's Block. Office open days and evenings. no21 d.iw t. i- J Slippers ! Grand Display of Christmas Slippers at 394 CHAPKI STREET. The finest assortment In the city, eo said by those that have seen them. You can buy at Benham's an elegant Embroidered Slipper from $1 up. All the different styles of Fanny Blippeis we shall toll at pri ces that are sure to plesse. We haye had to duplicate our orders already, we have sold so many, hut haye on nana uu pairs not yet orotren. come early and make your selections before tbe sizes get broken up at tue great isargain store, 294 Chapel Street. FIRST OF THE SEASON. Hard and Soft Crabs, Salmon, Blueftsh, Striped Bass, Sea Bass, Maiiout, bworaiisn, etc., at 59 Church Street, opp. Vostofflce. faesotavemsoD Prime stock which we serve in Cutlets, Chops, Loins or Saddles. Grouse and Quail at reduced prices. Try our superior brand of Durham Creamery Butter. Frisbic & Hart, 350 AND 352 STATE ST, de!5 LiEIGH BROS., ftvO. 888 STATU 8TREKT. A ear of CRKEM.K AND UALDWIN APPLES bright and sound. Choice Maple Syrup ia finy quantity. New lot Porto flico molasses Extra white IV- O. Molas. ILoclt Caiatfcy Syrup. Suga.rUoitge SSyrwp. drier Jelly Dundee Preserves. LEIGH BROS., jSftoctB for Rnptrl.itivft and TTaxall FIout. no 1 Tho following brands are manufactured by C. A. MOISMjER, 80 Crown St. Belinda, liK Carolina, Margakita, $10 00 per hundred. 9 00 " 0 50 COO 5 00 4 00 4 00 5 50 3 00 1 00 Figaro, Armita, l.aureatjs, Browek, Rose, Standard, Rose Conohar, Moeller's are tin am market. T.Ioeiler' ColeSratI Bottled Litger sold at 75 cents per dozen, of -which I have the largest sale iu Connecticut. Pure and line quality accounts for it. Oflica. Hli Crown Wtreot. o2S tf lo$e Conchas ly g-eaiiEine in ENSL0W, 'ASTON BANKERS 7 l 9 VJk. ERTS. AND STOCK BROKERS, mills Uuililinn, Wall i urt Uioail Streets, SEW TOKK. Deposits received with interest subject to check at sight. Stacks bought and sold "or cash or on margin. Investment Bonds and Unlisted Securities bought and sold. E. II. DENSLOW. (Member N. Y. Stock Exchunge. D. A. EASTON. H. II. HERTS. P. O. Box 1389. S. H. NICHOLS. oc23 eodGm ioice laves 1 7W m t if.. BANKERS, Christmas Cards, Christmas Cards, AND ciims'rsiAs uiwm Assortment fleawS SiVai. Prices Low Christmas Cards, Christmas Papeteries, Jb'hotogrupu AiouniB, Aiitojirapa Aiunms, Pocket Books, Writing Desks, Juvenile Doolts. A large variety of Poets and Clueslca. EDWARBMBOWNES & CO., 309 Chapel Street, Between Cutler's Art Store and de2 Pronlor, Cross & Maguire'fiL Christmas. Candles, Fancy colors, also Sperm, Wax aud Adamantine Can dles, 1, ll and 8 tothe pound. I'me Florida and Lou isiana Orauges, very swe6t. Taper Mio!l Almonds, New Nuts all kinds, line Raisins, Now Citron cheap, Malaga Grapes. 1. 8. Cooper, del5 3T8 State Street, r- Noa. 16 and lSKaasau Street, JJ1 SS JMttv. BUY r,d sell on eutmr.lKiitsc, tor aaxh or on mil em, aU securltisB dei!t in at tha New York Stook AU lascta of Oovorniiiasut Bonds boiifc-ht and sold at SEarket rates, free of commission, and on hand f ot linuisdiee delivery. Bi'mClAZ, ATTE1NXIOM S1VK99 TO KXCHAfiGKS OS" ISOSTUS Iff WAS.UIMO SO FOE ACCOUNT OF MAM S, Jeao P ATENT S For SKC'TJRlijb Inventors. SEND MODEL, SKETCH DESCRIPTION OP INVENTIO ll K. JOHNSON & CO., daltf INVENTION TO Washington, Ii. C. A CUISIS'I'M K HI To sour husband son, father or brother of I3Sg'IaBiiie I'litfe-iift HSairJs V Would cause joy and gladness all through the coming year, because its new principles positively secure the most perfect littiMo; nct comfortable shirt in the world. Only to be had in this city of T. P. Merwin, Nole Agent for New 11 liven. Ofilce (at Residence), No. !8 College Street Foetal urf'.ors promptly filled. dels n del6 's alEstate anil Fire Insurance1 AGENCY, No. 63 Church Street. $509000 nLd6Ap!yproperty" 7 Houses and Lota for sale or rent in ail parts of the city and county. special attention giren to collection or rents. Savin Kock seashore Pronerty, Over 2,000 front feet on KJeacIi street in lots to suit. This is one of the most beautiful summer resorts in New England. Oall and examine maps ana prices. jp'lre insurance. Policies Issued against loss by nre and lightning. ' delO LONG & UINMAN, Agents. Office open evenings. 1 K. p.m. 5:f.n 12:44l. m. 6:25 1:08 p. m. 4:1 S l:ir " 8:55 1:8H " 7:16 1:30 " 7:15 " 2:17 7:80' " 2:08 " 7:40 ' 2:60 8:25 Freight Train with Pass. Oar leaves Westlleld at 7.25 a. m.. Northampton 8.30. A Train also leaves Westlleld for uoiyoke at :uu t QMN8 BUU1H. So. Deorneld.l0:16 Turner's F'ls,ll:22 Hhel. r ails, 10:4' N. Adams, 11:35 Leave N. Adams, Bhel. Falls, Turner's Pi's, o. jjeerneia. Williams'bre. .1:25 a. m. 8:40 Hortnampi'n G:4H uoiyose, Westfleld, N. Hartford, Plainvllle, in. linven New York, 9:40 a. m. 12:45 p. in. 1:25 p. m, 10:23 ' 1:33 p. m. 6:12 9:50 " 1:00 p. ra. 5:00 10:47 " 1:6S B. H. JOHNSON. Real Estate and Loan Agenl Office, 477 State Street. FOB SAr.JE. A Kiss House and Large Lot on Eld street kt .3L Good Oottage Houeo onBwighlstreot at much lnac than it Is worth. A fine place in Fair Haven and several other placsl for pale very low. Borne gor.d Boers Property in East Haven and Bran- forS. For Sale or Bout Farms. A very desirable Farm cf 70 acres in Sonthlngtou Trill be sold low to close an estate. A list of good Farms in other desirable location!. Good rents in St. John and Greene streets, Fair Ha- van, and other parts of tne city. Wanted, t2,000 to $4,B00 ok good first mortgage sa- enrlty maw Hmas Trade 6:35 10:45 6:25 " 11:10 " 2:18 " 6:55 " 6:50 " 11:18 " 2:25 " 6:55 " 7:20 " 11:48 " 2:M ' 6:30 7:28 " 12:03p. m.8:00 " 6:88 ' 8:22 " 12:47 " 3:48 ' 7:28 " 0:21 " 1:38 4:48 " 8:21 " 11:59 ' 4:22 " 7:15 " 10:30 " Freight Train with Pass. Oar leaves Northampton i at 4.30, and arrives at Westfleld at 6.40 p. m. nine given Is Mew York time in uonnecticut, and Boston time in Massachusetts. O. A. GOODNOW. General Buoerintendent. New Haven, Dec. 9, 1882. do!3 New York, New Haven & Hartford is. It.. i)eo. etii. issa. Trains heave New Haven as Follttwi 1 FOR NEW YORK 3 55, M 18, 4 28, 5 20, 6 30, "1 3X "8 10, 8 30, 9 40 a. m., 12 noon, 1 50, 2 30 (to Bridgeport), 3 35, 4 00, 5 00, 5 40, 00, 7 15 (to Bridgeport) 7 45, 8 34, 9 15 p. m. Sundays 3 55, 4 18 a. in.. 4 00. 8 15 r. m. FOR BOSTON via SPlilNGFIELD "12 58, 8 00, 10 40 a. m.. 1 21. 8 05. 28 d. m. Sundavs. 12 68 a. m. FOB BOSTON via N EW LONDON AND PUOVIDENOE "12 45, 8 03, 10 43 a. m. 3 00, 10 (Boston Ex.) p. m. Sundays. "12 45 a. m. FOB SPRINGFIELD, &c 12 15, 12 68, 7 05, 8 00, "10 40, 10 50 a. m. (to Meriden) "l 21, 3 05, 6 55 (to Hartford). 8 2k. 8 12 p. to. Sundavs. '12 68 a. m. FOE NEW LONDON, &c "12 45, 8 03, 10 43 a. m. 3 00, 4 10, 4 20 (to Guilford), 6 20 p. m. Sundays 12 45 a. m. VIA B. & N. Y. AIR LINE DIVISION for Middletown. "Wininiantie, &c. I.eavo Now Haven for ail sta tions at 5 30 a. in. (mixed), 7 50 a. in., 1 15 p. m., 6 23 p. m., connect at Middletown with Conn. Valley Rtt., and at Wlllimantic with N. Y. & N. E. and N. L. & N. KH at Turnerville with Colches TF.n Branch. Trains arrive in New Haven at 9 37 a. m., 1 40, 6 15 (mixed), 8 20 p. m. E. M. HEED, Vice President. -"Express trains. de7 Nay Mnvn &nd .Derby (iailrnad. xaln arrangrjjont cor&rcencing Nov. 27, 1882. LEAV.15 new HAVEN, J.l 6:50 and 10 a. in., -2:00, 6:38. rt:20 and 11:0C p. m LliAVK VNSONIA, At S:80. 9:18 and 11:47 . t... :15 and 7:S0 p. iu. Connections are am&t at Ausonla with caaeenesr trains of the Naug&iuc'i: rallscad, and at New HaV6D with the nrinolsal trains of othr roads oenterlnv there. E. S. QUINTA8D. Bupt. Ns-jt Haven, Nov. 25th, 1882 no27 Starin's New Ilayeii Trans portation Line. Jaily TCxcept Saturday. tCN Jf??? New Haven from Starln'sDook ftSSegSEiMat 10:15 p. m. The JOHN H. STARIN Capt. MoAllinter, every Sunday, Tuesday and Thurs day. The EUABTUS OORMNO, Capt Spoorv"y Monday, Wednesday and Friday. rjr Returning, leave New Vorh from Plor 18, foot of Cortland stroet, at 9 p.m.-the STARIN every Mon. day, Wednesday and Friday, the CORKING everv Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. Ti on'. Sundai night boat from New York. nunaay Fare, with berth in cabin, il; with l.nh in state room, f 1.60. Excursion tickets, $1.60. Free Coach leaves tbe depot at 8:10 p. m. Leave corner of Church and Chapel streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 p. m. ' Tickots sold and baggage oheckad to Philadelphia. Passengers by Fair Haver cod Westviile cars can stop at urewery street, -nl tiree blocks from the boat. . JioS Bd Stateroomi can be po, cba ,rt at McAl. later t Warren's (our up-town office,, xt ;be Tontine Hotel, and at 309 and 351 Obapel ttree. ... B. SilLI.in, Age'.t, New V4en,Cn. Hteamljoat Line ro? New Yor Fare $l,inclK5iup Berth. vjck.ts for the Kuand Tilu. 11..90. .- -?CSIr 131 1. H. NOftTHAW, Ca. ;t4SS3KF. 3. Peck, will lv New Htvs" 12:00 p. m., Sundays sxoepted. Staterooms a! offloe of Peek DiRhoo. -m Chapel street. Bteamer CONTINENTAL . Oavtain Stevens, -savji Naw Uaven at 10:16 a. m.. 4m. days exospted FP.OM NEW TOKK T.. r. n vmT?... i m'V o 41. an-i Tae J"fN TINENT A 0 ' 10!?0 P- J-' flnndaya mcapted Saturday at 13 o'olooS tuldnlsht. Sanilay Vieht Boar lor rVew Yr., The steamer NEW HAVEN, Oapt. Post, k.avi-.N-. f oMiocmi sold at th' E UUIHdi li:0 Free stare from FTinn.nro krMriinr r,'-. trcst, commencing t 9 p. m. , J0ieitV?r,i nd baggajjii cheoked through i Faliadelphia, (both route) Baitinaoro cd Wwali'?. Haviland's French China Gift Caps, German China Moustache Coffees, Iridescent Glass Goblets, Iemon ados, &c Canton, Medallion and Cei adore Ware. Fan ey Individual Baits and Peppers, Duplex Parlor Lamps, Lrongwy stands, Hanging Lamps with Crystal Pendants, English Majolica Fruit Plates, Bohemian Glass Cologne Sets, Fine Gold Band Tea Sets, KngliBh Decorated Dinner Sets, Japanese Trays and Teapots, Candle Holders for Christmas Trees, Bisque Figures, Animals and Ornaments, AT LOW PRICES. A. W. MINOR, Crockery, China and Siass Dealer ii 1 CUasircli f4treel, delC daw Opposite the PofetoRlua, Western Farm Mortgages Have won the confidence of sagacious and prudent men in all the Eastern States, and have become the favorite of the public at large. Interest from 6 to 8 per cent, payable at my oflfice without expense. On t and a full supply in suixs of $200 to $2,000. Borrowers and lenders of money will find it advan tageous to call ou me at my Ueneral Brokerage Office, 85 Orange Street. nol7 d&w2m ALFRED WALKER. fliiiiisell k Scranton, Bankers and Brokers, 216 and 218 Chapel Street. 64 Broadway, New York. Investment Securities. Interest on Deposits. dolo Stocks and -Bonds iror SsiU. ' 25 shares N. T-, N. H. & II. It. K. 40 shares Morris & Essex K. It. 60 shares American Bank Note Co. 30 shares Winchester Arms Co. N. U. & Northampton 6's and C's. Ileal Estate First Mortgages, principal and Interest guaranteed by the Middlesex Bank Co. W. T. HATCH & SONS, Bankers, ool8 Corner Chapel and Orange Streets. Stocks, Bonds and Investment Securities BOUGHT and sold for cash. Ilailroad Stocks bought and sold on margins of 3 to 6 per cent., and carried as long as desired. Investments of large and small amounts receive equally careful attention. STOCK PRIVILEGES sold at reasonable rates. Persons not oou vers int with the details of stocks, either for speculation er investment, can receive full Information on written or personal application to"" oc2 3m J. STEVENSON &CO., 65 liroadway.N.YT" BAKKiKO "ilOUSKT OF HENRY CLEWS k CO., 18 New SiPCffl, N. V.t Nst Boer io tho Stock Kxctiange. stocks and Bonds bought aud sold only on commis sion tor cash or on margin. Deposits received. 4 per oent. allowed on daily balances. Mombers of the New York Stock E.Tohanee and the Chicago Board of Trade. Private wire to Chicago. N. Y. City l:!??",'oa2way EICHM0ND Ranges andStoves Call and see the Triumph and Slew Cottage Ranges, the latest products of the Kichmond Stove Company. Also their Laurel Base Heater in its new dreBs.and the new square Self-Feeder llase Heat ing Parlor Stove, the " Ivy," the neatest and best of all the high art and low feed heaters. My prices are as low as for any other first-class goods, and every one warrant id. 814 AND 31 6 STATE ST. A number of second-hand Heating Hloves Tor sale ta ken in exchange. dell When i say euro 1 do nut mean uierciy to uiuu auu men uave tnem return U;un FITS! Bton tnem ici . I mean a radi cal cure. J have mad tho diseaso of FITS, EPILEPSY or FALLING SICKNESS a life-long study. I warrant my remody to cure the worst cases. Because others liavo failed Is no reason for not now receiving a euro. Send at once for a treatise and a Free Bottle of my Infallible remedy. Give Kxproaa and Fost Office. 2b coats you notlilnK fr a trial, and I will euro you. Address Dr. U. O. BOOT, 183FoarlSt., Now York. ORGANS are certainly best, haviog been so decreed at every Great "World's lniliaRt.ris.1 - etitiin for siy teen yeftrs ; 110 other American ortjanH havTiiij been found equal at an. Also chea p eat. Style 109; 3X octaves; sufftci'ent compass and power, with best quality, for popular Bacreci and secu lar music in schools or families, at only $33. One handled oilier styles at $30, 57, C6, $72, $78, $93, $108, $114 to $500 and up. The larger stiles are wluMy unrivaled by any other organs. Also for easy payments. New Illustrated Catalogue free. The MASON & HAMXIJY Organ anil Plo.no Co., 164 Tremont Street, Bos'on ; 40 East 14th oireei (union (squares sow York; 149 Wabash Ave nue, tjnicago. 1 havo a nosttivo remedv for tha jibnvn riinpnfln ; hv i t. uso tliousfinds of cases of the worst kind aud of long standing have boon cured. Indeed, so strong is my r.-iith 111 itseiticacv, that 1 will send TWO BOTTLES FHEE, t.igather with a VA LUABLK T1&EATISK on thlsdlsuaso, to any sufferer. Give Expross mid P. O. address. DB. 'i'. A. HLOCUM. 181 l'oarl St.. New York. Has begun in earnest, and in preparing for this Annual Sale we have endeavored to make our Holiday Stock represent on an enlarged scale our stock for the rest of the year, main taining our reputation as purveyors of the finest grades of goods at popular prices, and customers will find our cases more than full j of fine goods of real value, of Opera Glasses, Field lass es, oll Spectacles, Fancy and Plain Thermometers. No better line can be found in the city. Also Kaleidoscopes, Compasses, Microscopes, Drawing: I instruments, &c. InFine Leather anaPWGoofls Our stock is not surpassed in variety and richness. Jewel Boxes. Work lioxes.Collar and Cuff, Glove and Handkerchief and Fan Boxes, Game Boxes, Card Boxes, Pocket Inkstands, Match Safes, Traveling Candle Sticks, Flasks, Drinking Caps, Portfolios, Lap Tablets, Hand Bags, Pocket- books, Side Books, Letter Books and Card Cases in Alligator, Seal and Russia, Smoking Sets, Playing Cards, Cribbage Boards, Sc. In the line of Imported and Domestic Toilet Goods No one will deny that we have the best as sortment in tho State. Solid Back Brushes in Ivory, Choice Woods and Celluloid, sing ly and in Elegant Cases ; Beauti ful Mirrors and Odor Cases in great variety, filled with choice Perfumes, in Leather and Plush. Bohemian Cut Glass Bottles, Gold and Silver Pungents Ladies' and Gents Dressing Cases, Shaving Cases, Mugs, Lather Brushes, Pocket Combs and Kazors, Genuine French Handkerchief Ex tracts from the best Perfumers of Paris, by the ounce, pound or bottle. German Co lognes, Imported Bay Rum , Toilet Waters and Cosmetics of all kinds, PuS Boxes, Scis sors Cares, Nail Cleaners, Files, Buffers of the most approved patterns, singly and in cases. Housatonic Railroad VVISTER A H li A .V K it 10 - T. IFf EFFECT SOVEMliEll 80, IBB. Hii'OGsrh Cars Uetweeu Brifeesorl &nd Albany. Shortest, Quickest and Cheapoal itoute ror A.ii-any, Troy, Sar atoga and the West. PAB8ENQKB TRAINS Lts BBIDGEPORT for ALBANY, TROY, SARATO GA ana tue ' v.ts i, xuao a. m. mpon arrival of 9:40 a. m. train rrojn New Haven) WITH TIIR-OUCiH Ctll FOUALOANY. arriv ing at 2:40 p. in. Arrives at Saratoga 6:15 p. m.. ccnuecting at Albany with 8:10 p. m. OMoago tf.iprsta, arrmcs la oiiie&go at 8:U0 tea naxt Lva MUiiGEFORT at B.30 p. m. (oonnaetlrjg with coo p. m. Train rrom aew uavan) arriving In Albany at 10:06 p. m., Saratoga la:62 &. m. Returning Train leaves PlttsAeld at 8:00 a. m.. State Line at s:uu a. m., Aiuany at 6:65 a. m. (with TllllOUGH CAR via State Line) arriving; In Bridgeport at 12:30 p. m.. New Haven at 1:10 Through Tleketa nc.d and lla(caee Cheoked direct to and from New Uaven, PiKsHelxl and all Honi atonlo SUtlcne, North Adama, Albany, Troy and Saratoga. n. if. ivniui.1,, uenerai xiocet Agent. W. H. YEOMANH, SnperlnUndent, General Ofllcea, Bridgeport, Conn. ITIOll TRENTON AND PHILADELPHIA, Via BOUND BROOK ROUTE. Station In New York, foot Liberty St., North River. tJUMMrjUUliNIU JUNiS 20, 1BZ. Leave New York 7.415, 9.30, 11.15 a. m.: 1.30. 4. 4.30. 6.30, 7.00 and 12.00 p. m. Sundays, 8.45 a. m.; 5.30, 12 p.m. Leave i'liiiaaeipxiia, oorner 'Jtn and ureene streets, 7.30, 8.30, 9.30, 11 a. m.; 1.15, &46, 6.40, 6.46, 12 p. m7 Sundays, 8.30 a. m.; 5.30, 12 p. m. Leave 3d and Berks Bta., 5.10, 8.20, 9.15 a. m.; 1, 8.30, 6.20, 6.30, 11.30 p. m. Snndajs, 8.15 a. m.; 4.30 p. m. Leave Trenton, Warren and Tucker Bta., 1.25, 6.20, 8.03, 9.05, 10X, 11.34 a. m.; 2, 4.22, 6.24, 7.28 p. m. etmdays, 1.25, y.m a. m.; G.15 p. m. C. G. HANCOCK, H. P. BALDWIN, G. P. & T. A., P. St R. RR. G. P. A., C. RR. of N. J. aul8 tf H WARD, Ktn. NATIONAL LINE: STEAMSKtHST BETWBER NSW VOH It, LIVBHPifOL QUSENBTOWN AND LONDON DIEEO T. P,4rB!Ut,BWe5d' ,rom p,al' 8, North iJsaw prk. Are among the largest ateaMslilv mo luiuiua jainn rates, tfiO to $70 : Kicnr Sion, $100 to f 120 ; outward SteeraKS. $26: PYr..lrt Bteerags Tloketa, $13. ' 3'g $2 lower than ma i. "SuRSMr-iV; " " Bro""'. .w Yorh. Agenta at Hew Uavnn, PUTS NELL ft DOWNEPL MOALI8TKR. BORAS rt," GEORUS M KEMEMISEit Til AT 0E0FUT & 00, 2IOC1IAPKI, KTREET, Below tho Bridge, Manufacture Seal and Fur Lined Garments, ami do all kinds of Fur Work to order. Custom Work a specialty. Fur Trimmings, Fancy Robes, Trunks, Bags and Baskets. Complete Stock of our own make 20 per cent, less than up-town prices. 210 CHAPEL STREET, "Ql7 Masonic liu lilting. Kau era tuck Railroad. COMMENCING Monday, November 7, 1881, trains leave New Haven via N. H. & D. R. R., connect ing with this road, at 7:06 a. m. Connecting at Anson la with passenger train for Waterbury, Litchfield and W lusted. :50 a. m. Through car for Waterbnry, Watertown,. Ubvuuaiu, nUlBLHU, 2:00 p. m. oonneoting at Anson la with passenger ireiii lur n.teruurjr. 6:25 p. m. Throngh car for Waierbnry, Watertown, LltchAeld, Wlnated. 6:15 p. ro. Connecting at Ansonla for Waterbnry. (.' i.l TO C'TO XT A .1' ( I . . X m.. 1:16 p. ro., with throngh car1 and at 6:15 n. m. TRAINS LEAVii 'WAtElvBII'lB At 6:00 a. m., 8:18 a. m., throngh car, 10:50 a. zn.,8-31 p. m., throogh car, v:w p. in. cruuiiUB. YY . l3n,AUil, Superintendent. Bridgeport, November 7, 1881. DR. G. F. PETERSON, DENTTST, 86 Klin Street, Ccrnif of Orange, r9r TT.Tsn. Oow HMIAN HOUSE. Will be kept open during the Win ter, and I shall keep constantly on hand tbe finest ROCK AWAY UYs r ICRS. . F. II. LUCAS. Savin Rock 8hore, Saratoga For S GILBERT & West Uaven, Ct. Chips For Sale by no29 A Special Reduction ! Of Jewelry for the Holidays ! Children's and Mis- ses' Solid Gold Ban gle Kings from 90c. A lot of Ladies' best . Rolled Gold Sets at i less than half price. lite luminous ciock. by it yon can see the ti i e at any hour of me mgnt witnont light, only $2.25. Give me a call before pur cnasing eisewuere. J. II. G. WUItAMT, Practica.1 Watchmaker, 38 and to Church Street. Newspaper Advertising Bureau, 10 Spruce St., N. y. No more suffering. Our new appliances will give Immediate relief. A guarantee with every truss. d!8 Rubber Truss Co., iS5Q Chapel St. Dentistry G.H.Gidney Denttst.IVo.$i53 unapel St.. be- weN Statu it Urnnge, north S1CIH. uentistry in all its branches. Teeth extracted with nitrous oxide or laughing gas. All work warranted to give perfect satisfaction cr no charge Jnade. Pri- jowcbi. cuuuigisnt wim lirst-ciass work dell FAN CY FOUlTEBlf Game and Prime Beef. noceivea, one car load of fine Poultry which will ue m, jounecucui dressed, at 18c per pound. Ii. Schonhorger, deU 1, a and 3 llentral IHnrkvt. Musical Gifts FOli CHRISTMAS. GEMS OK ENGLISH SONG. The newest and best general collection. Ml'SICAL FAVORITE. The newest collection of the best I'iano music. MINSTREL SONGS. Old anil New. The most popular uiolodies in ths world. FRANZ'S ALBUM OP SONGS. TJnequalod array of Gcrniau gems. BEAUTIES OP SACUED SfSNG. Large numbers of tile best songs. The abovo are types of about thirty volumes, each containing more than 200 pages, sheet music size, and llllod with the very best selected music of its class all permanently valuable, and nil neat and elegant books. Price of each, plain $2.00 : in cloth, $2.50 ; gilt, $3.00. TIIK NORWAY MUSIC ALHUM is a splen did and nniquo book. Tilled with Norse music and Kunic rhymes, such ob Longfellow loved, and Ole Bitll best interpreted, and costs $2.60 plain, !1 in cloth, U gilt. Send for Lists, describing our attractive and usoful Books of Musical Literature, ($1 to $2,) our collections of classical music, as Sonatas of Mozart or Beethoven ($5 per vol.) &c, &c. Any book mailed for the retail prioo. OLIVER MTS0N & CO., Boston. dels WiSiw CATARRH EIV Cream Balm Effoctnally cleanses tho nasal passages of Catar rhal Virus, causing healthy Bocretionsallaya inflammation, protects the uiorrbrane from ad ditional oolds, corapleto ly heals tho orca and ro etoreB the sense of taste and smell. Beneficial results are realized by a fow applications. A thorough treatment wil cure Oalarrh, Hay Fever, &o. Uneqnaled for colds in the head. Agreeable to use. Apply by the little linger into the nos trils. Will deliver by mai 1 50c. a package postage stamps. Bold by wholesale aud retail druggists, ELY'S CREAM BALM CO., Oswego. N. Y. o27 eod wly iisiiiiiil'iii Holiday GdosIs ! Choice and Fine Jowfi'rv. Guld and Rllvnr wtrhAn. Chains, Locfaots, Rings, Cuckoo French and American Clocks, etc., etc. HENRY C. JAOOT. Swiss Wtafcliinaker, 344 State Stroet, Besido tho above and thousands of other articles of like nature, many valuable pres ents may be selected from our large assort- f T7o rT',. ..... . . 1 : rr,,v,aa "l JJ1" -1 ""v'"' I Vale Bank Uullriincr. onM dnnr r,nm rii.ii. Pocket Cases, Family Medicine Cases and I el street. Doalor in Pine Watches, Clocks, Spectacles, MUSIC BOXES, Etc., Etc. ICETor many years engaged in Swiss fac tories and same of the largest establishments in this Books, lleclining Chairs, &o. E. L. Washburn, 84 CHURCH STREET, ! country. All work gu ; repairing a specialty. ant eod to be satisfactory. do& ttm del3 Near the Postoffice. Eddv's Refrisrerators. rfl HE best in nse, the best made, and they are the JL best Refrigerator for yon to bay. Look at then, before purchasing, and yon will buy no other. Ask for the EDDY. Bold by W. T. CANNON & CO., tL2S (' it Sr,t. n.ar Cha.i!. J. I. RIGGS, Dentist, Room 10 Willie's Builtllng. Entraacfl 34 Center Street. First-class work at satisfactory prices. Extracting with gas a specialty. Office hours 9 to 12 and 1 to S. no7 eod3m The Hub Royal I High Art and Low Feed Heater. Entirely Original. It has no experimental features and the established certainty of its construction entitles it to the fullest confidence of the purchaser. WELLS & GUNDE, Agents, No. 2l)0 Chapel Street. Clairvoyant Phylclan i coldly 101 GltAlVO STREET. For tlie Holidays ! Celluloid Sets, Cut (ila Bottles, Ptirtn- merjr, etc., si Apothecaries' Hall, SOI Cliapel Stroet. A. CVSPKER Ctiretl wii lion I lie tlawof tl lnifo. WILLIAM HEAD M. D Harvard, IM'i), and KOB ERT M. READ (M. IX. Ilarvard, 1H7C), 41 Somerset Street, UoHton, ive special attention to the trrat ment of FlsTtl.A, AND AL.I IIS EASKS 4 rrif K IllKUTirM, without deton tion from busi ness. Abundant references given. Pamphlets sent on application. uuice nours to 4 o ciocje p. m. except ennaay au9 eod 0 in EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. OOKS of account opened or closed. Aoconnti ad I lasted. Notarial business attended to at room of Vale Business College by 4 30 W Boom 87, Xnioranoa BuUdlc VFFIOENo. 270 Chapel street. New Haven, Conn. JF where he can be consulted regularly every montii, xrom tne morning oi ine mtn until the 22a, at u p. in. oiuce hours irom w a. r. to p. m. The Doctor has visited New Haven regularly every month for over six years, aud is highly recommended by the people and the press, aa the great Healer and Physician. If you are sick or ned valuable advice, do not fail to consult bim. Dr. Fiske has had 81 years experience 111 tue practice o. meaicine, ana nus made tuouancts of the most aaton'smng cures cf all chron ic and long standing dlneases of whatever narre or na ture. The loctor has the altt to describe every pain and secret disease at sight. The Doctor is daily recei ving testimonials from patients cured of Coughs, Liv er aud Kidney Dlseases,Female Weakness, Humors in tne tfioou, ana several recently curea or Paralysis. His magnetic pasaos give power and strength to the diseased organs, nud with the immense numbers that flock to his rooms, scarcely one goes away who does not receive benefit. Jits prices are so reasonable that rich and poor alike can be restored to health. The Doctor aJso gives valuable advice en business matters, and ail the affairs of life, both social and financial, including journeys, lawsuits, gains, losses, absent fritmds, and great succesi In selecting lnoky numbers. Sittings for business affairs or examina tion of the xlok, $1. Uomuvsnications by letter npon bustuesr ot uealtft mutt contain f'2, age, sex, a lock of hair and stamp. Address Lock Box l,263,Nor wioh, Ct. For further particulars send a stamp and gel a circular. aul9 daw See testimonial iu Roglster or Union. Holiday Goods! Holiday Goods ! EUBBEE TOYS, Iniportett asid Domestic of nil Siiiiils and prices, at tlie Goodyear Rubber Store, ys Claua'cEi Street, Corner Center, opposite lostofl4ce. li. C. TUTTIjK, Piop'r. de7 h. vv. sEAicr.;. Surveyor and Civil Engineer, Coma. SsTlngi Bank Baildl lag. Dr. John L Lyon's erd Medic .1 svnd 8r(tMl Offlc. THE old reliable, most celebrated, skillful and successful physiclun In this country, permanent ly located In Kew llavon .luce May, 1804, takes pleas ure la announcing -to the cltizona or the United Btatos aid elsewhere that he has removed his offloe from K( Obapel strei-i tj 49 Ctourch street, 'Jtoom .'l.Tdoadley Bnlldlns;, opposite the Petetofflce, 'up. one llfirbt of stairs; tn tlti ejtber at 49 Cuarck street or 07 CrewK iiir set, where the amicted cm consult hint In priTate-up ta all diseases that nee!i is heir to from 8 a. in. to 9 v- ' Iyou will continue as heretofore to treat all diseases of evury name and nature with that snarTelous success which long yvars of expert nee has glnn htm. Thousands of testimonials from grateful patients snatched from, the brink of the grave now rejoicing lu the perfection of health attest the unerring skill of Dr. Lyon. He especially Invite those whose diseases under other methods of treat ment have remained lntractlve to call upon him. Visit him and he will at once describe your condition. Perhaps yon would have been cured If your physician had understood your case. It you have tried for health and failed it is no re, son why yon should not try again. Health is pre cious to all and if he cannot relieve your case he will tell you so. He can refer you to many, perhaps worse than you are, that were given up by their physicians and friends, who now entoy good health, lie will de scribe your case so clearly that you will know he per. feotly understands your disease. It is something of great importance to you, although very easily accom plished by him, though no more-wonderful than true, It is only the starting point to health for the physi cian to understand your disease, and then admiulstei the simple remedy to remove that disease. Come, hs will aa you good. You may be faithless. Be will give yon faith by his perfect knowledge of your dis ease. Come : he will remove that cough, pain in the head, side and back; iemva that cold, sinking of burning at the stomach, stiff Joints, rheumatism, gout, fever, sores, caurers, salt iheam, erysipelas, scald head and all bad humors, with his vegetable medicines,. Persons at a distance may consult Sr. Lyon by let ter (poet-paid), describing their case, and have medi cines securely pnt up and forwarded by erpresa to any part of the United atates with fall and explicit directions for u'o. Omoe arranged with separate apartmeets so that patients see none but the doctor. The following are some of '"the diseases which Dr. Lyon successfully treats: Coughs, oolds, consump tion, bronchitis, asthma, sore throats, liver oom plalnt, kidney complaint, scrofula, erysipelas, salt rheum, oanoer, tumors, rheamatis a chronic and In flammatorydropsy and piles blind and bleeding and all humors and eruptions of tho blood and skin. He challenges the world to surpass him in cleansing the blood and entire system of all impurities. A olasa of diseases from the effects of which thousands and tens of thousands go to a premature grave, is radically and permanently cured by Dr. Lyon. His sucoeie ia thie olas a of ailments is not only gratify ing bt simp'y wonderful. The patient after putting himse f or herself under the doctor s treatment eom-mt-nos to improve at once, omd the sallow complex ion and cadaverous appearance la succeeded by the rosy cheeked hue of health. Therefore if you suffer from any of the following complaints hasten at once to the offloe of Dr. Lyon. Spermatorrhea or involun tary seminal em'ssions, seminal weakness, and every species cf genital irritability, gonorrhea, eyphlllio, gleet, prolapsus uteri or falling of tbe womb, leuoor rhea or whites, an t other alarming and painful com-plalut- ii.cident.tl to both sexes. X F,malkh -'the diseases peculiar to females, oaused by weakreM, deformity, disease and from taking cold, snppi.ea:on, irregularities, painful and fmperfer- ine'K'ruation, prnUj'Sns uteri Or falling of the womb speedily, and effectually cured. Consulta tion free. Advice and medicine given in all diseases for $1 or more, according to the severity of the cose. If you wish to communicate by letter, state fully your disease, your age, symptoms, duration of illness, sup-' posed causo and whether married or single, and in all cases the most inviolable secrosy may be relied upon.' Enclose a stamp for return postage, and address all communications to or call uon Dr. J, L. Lyon, 4V Churoh street, Hew Haven, Conn. Appended are a few testimonials. Want of space forbids the publishing of more. Their names will be cheorrully given to those desiring them by calling at the doctor's office. Case one is that ef a lady wha was pronounced by throe of the most prominent phy sicians of her native city ts 1ms in the last stage of consumption, and told that her case was helpless and hopeless. After being restored to sound he (1th by Dr. Lyon she sent the following letter, earnestly re-' questing that it should be published in the hope that It might reach others stiuUaf ly mulcted : To all who may be aiHfcted with that common dis ease, consumption, or any weaknese of the lungs. I would appeal to them to immedlatelv consul, nr. John L. Lyon, of New Haven, Conn., feeling snre that by so doing they may be reatorod to health. For several years I was troubled with oongh, hemor rhage of the lungs and the usual symptoms of con sumption. I consulted and wis treated by some of the most eminent physicians the country afforded without deriving any permanent benefit whatever. In the spring of 18C.3 the disease made such r.nM progress that my attending physician and friends gave np all hopes oi my recovery. On the 16th of May, 1U6S, I consulted the above naaoed doctor. I was at that time reduced to a perfect wreck of my former self, coughing incesssntlv. and it woeld aeam Just oa the verge of the grave. After tho usual ex amination he klntMy but plainly informed me as oth ers ana aone, tnat my disease was Incurable ; that I had but a few months to live. Having great confi dence in his skill, I insisted npon his treating my case. He did so and with ostonlshlag success. In twenty days from the time 1 commenced the use of his mediolnes my cough was less frequent, I suffered no more from hemorrhage of the lungs, and day by day found the terrifying symptoms of oonsnmntinn disappearing, and was gradually regaining health. I was treated by him one year at the end of that time I can truly say I was restored to perfect health. It is now March, 1865, and no symptoms of the disease are felt. I have re w son to feel sure that I shall suffer no return r f tbe disease, and it is not only a pleas ure to me, but a duty I feel that I owe to hsndreds of sufferers who are being daily carried to the grave by consumption, to nrge npon them the necessity of seeking relief where it may be found. very respectfully. Lt. M. B. The lady who wrote the foregoing continues In nan. feet health. The following is an extract from a letter r.niv.d from patient treated and cured of seminal weak ness: 1)1, Ltov Dear Kir It is imnosiribla ft m ir. ly express my gratitude to yon concerning the effect which your medioine has produced upon my system. 1 have Just finished the medicine you pot up forms and can truthfully sty that I feel a different being. My appetite is very regular and I am not troubled with that dull headache that I once had, and sleep never was so refreshing, ss I am not disturbed with dreams. Before I came to yon it was difficult for ma to confine bit tbouahts for axiv lencrth nf tim. tA subject, undoubtedly owing to that complaint, and the contrast is quite noticeable, J f I ever know one troubled with that oomplalnt I shall immediately di rect them to you as an effectual means ef srKa cvhsl for it seams to me that I almost owe my life to you, for if it had been allowed to grow npon me the time could not have been far distant when that incurable diseasa(coBSumptlon) would have been deeply seated In my system. Please aooent my sincere thsnka . your treatment thus far. I remain yours truiy. Fire Insnrance. All insurable property taken at the lowest rates ia sound companies against lightning as well as Ore. . A. ws. Dudley Ss, Son, WSH Chapel gtrwet. R. G. liUSSEJLJU ARCHITKCT, . m Caapsl street. bj,w Htvea.