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TKEJGREflTj SHU ("Thousanas proclaim it the most wonderful Invigor ant that ever sustain ed a sinking system. S1.50, at Drueinsts. TheOR. S.A. RICHMOND "CCOKQUEROa.) MEDICAL CO.. Sole Pro. Drietors. St. Joseph. Mo. JP or lesimiomais sou circulars bcuu oi&uip Citas. N. Crittenton, Agent, New York. (8) The Superior Medicinal JToMtrreFoocl for lr INFANTS AND INVALIDS This nutritions and palatable preparation for Infants ana luvaiias is mgniy rt commenacu Dy tho most Eminent Physicians, being lor superior to any known Medicinal Food. Ti ennfn nf PULMONAKT C03TPLAINT9. Grinff- erax Dedilitt, Fever3 and Dyspekia. it will tits Food, a eingle trial will afford euillciciit evidence of its worth. jfuro in its ingredients, It nounencs in Tevcr, promotes plccp, BUBttiine tho Btrength of the pa tient, and in numerous instances nas proved to dc tne only BuecenanccuieBiomacucoma retain. Royal Dietamia must not be confounded with the numerous articles of flour prepared in nny manner by heat, which, while they may con tain a certain degree of nutriment, are utterly devoid of those medicinal qualities which alone characterize Rot ax. Dletauxa. Sold by Druggists Generally. Will 1h f.uiit l-.y iiiailtie8t nail)if not easily iro cmctl. IV.-tj Tj cent. E. A. WHITTLESEY, lew Haven, a, lirn i ifeint lor L . s. 3t (Camillas. COMPLETE TREATMENT SI. A single dose of Sanford's Itadicatl Cre in- istautjy relieves the most violent Sneezing or Kead Colds, clears the Uead sa by magic, stops watery dis charges from the Nose and Eyes, prevents Ringing Noises in the He id, enrrs Kervous Headache and sub dues Chills and Fever. In Chronic Catarrh it cleanses the nasal passages of foal mucus, restores the sec see of smell, tasto and hearing when affected, frees the head, throat sua bronchial tub: s of offensive matter, sweetens and purines the breath, stops the cough ana arrests the progress of Catarrh towards Consumption. One bottle Radical Cure, one teox Catarrhal Solvent and Sanford's Inhaler, all in one paokage, of all drag gists for $1. Ask for Sakfobd's Eacicai. Cujt Potter Drug asd Chum. Co., Boston. r.OUINS 9 r or luerenex ana prevention, trie t w Tarn i VOLTAIC jjtiB r. Neuralaia. Wciatim. nt Colds, Weak Back, Starnach.nd " wy '-'BoweJs, ShooliDg Pains, Numbnees, L.'ff' .V-S Hyateris, Female Pains. Paitittinn Fever. Malaria, and ntdnTiya. nu v Collins' Plsisters (an Kleetric ELECT WCViEiry comDinea wiin a for Di ilrQS00 Flr) and laugh at pain. a-yo fc.y aac eveiywnere. cci mrnw IDE TO ORDER At Reasonable Prices. & mm son Bt. ool l&sol Frames. Elfgaut Gold Easel Frames Large Ea'els for Pictnrea Birthday Cards, Fringed, 10, 15 and 35 cents. AT NORTHROP'S, 254 Chapel Street. r", D. S. Clennev & Son No. 160 State Street, New Haven Importers and Wholeaale Deaters in ererj doacrlitton of KasTllsti, Krameli avnti Amsrlsan Coaveli , Wiadow staid Plrtstre eiavsa, Vavml.li. Otis, faUU and By. Btaiffa. JtllsUV h ESS -rj as S:,ii cn -J 3 p I ! H S3 ; 2 f SiMiirrtTiiraiiT 1 1 TVii illan'i's S W al aal 5 A PlUE DIETBTIcVoit INFANTS, tS 5 VAUIM IMITIIK ir:Kii. SL F1 Tnnrsday, October 4, 1883. Fair at Branford. iMng Stilng. of Oxen BeaLUtlfnl laru- Large Kxttffeita Daneiag, Sp.ech-JHnltinK and Splendid Dram Corps. ! Yesterday morning dawned bright, and clear and the postponed Branford fair was , suffered to go on. The air was cool and it . was a fine fall day. Shortly after 10 o'clock the strings of oxen and the decorated carts were escorted to, the Green by the Branford cornet band, the North Branford drum corps and the Branford drum corps. The proces sion wits a gay one. There were six carts gaudily trimmed with every variety of vegetable and flower. Two of them were especially elaborate and were covceived and executed extremely well. One was in the form of a horse car, like the open cars run ning on tho New York Third avenue railroad. This cart was the work of citizens of Stony Creek. The other was a log cabin. It was made of logs and corn and trimmed with the fruits of the earth. Mottoes bung in and around it and it had a wonderfully homelike and cheerful appearance. It stood first in the estimation of the judges. There were sixty-nine pairs of oxen in the procession, and a few more came in afterward. Of these North Branford sent thirty-three pair and Stony Cieek eleven. Tne trials of wormng oxen tooK piace on the Green. Several pair contested and they tugged away at the stone boat loaded with pig iron. The contest for steers of one year old and under was won. by the team of N. Foot, of North Bradford. John Whalen's yoke came off with the second honor. Then the four-year-old class were judged and John Whalen got first premium, and Michael Mason second. W. . Ford's five-year-olds got first prize and John Bishop's second. The exhibits of vegetables and fancy goods took place in the Town Hall, located on the Green. Owing partly to the bad weather of the previous day, the dis plays were not in all respects up to the aver age. The display of potatoes was very large. K. Dibble with ten varieties, J. Griffin of the town farm, Oliver E. Knowles and others were exhibitors. There were also beets, tur nips, squashes, corn, onions and other vege tables in abundance. Some of the largest onions ever shown at Branford were displayed by Oliver E. Enowles. Some very fine gol den globe turnips were shown by 11. Dibble. Other exhibitors of vegetables were K. E. Coe, E. E. Page, B. F. Jordan, Ebenezer Dudley, Charles Frisbie, Albert E. Plant and P. Hartigan. Some immense cabbages were shown. Some better onions wero shown than were seen at the State fair. K. Dibble showed four fine varieties of corn. Some popcorn was ex hibited that was planted and raised by Hes ter Merle E. Towner, aged seven years. On the first floor of the Town Hall was also ex hibited a collection of dogs which kept up a continual howling. They attracted consider able attention, however. There were pup pies of the Llewellyn setter breed and an English greyhound by J. W. Nichols, of Cherry Hill, and others by William Bryan, of Branford. One of Mr. Bryan's dogs of the English pointed breed took a prize at a New York dog show. The display of fruit was not Urge, C. H. Wilford, J. F. Beach, P. Hartigan, M. O. Baboock, Samuel O. Plant, Dr. O. W. Gay loid, G. O. Field, E. Coe, Kichard Crosby were exhibitors, a noticeable case of foli age plants and ferns was shown by Mrs. S. E. Linsley. Eighteen varieties of seedling foliage plants were shown by T. F. Ham mond. Floral pillows and bound boquets were exhibited in profusion. Very hand some ones were shown by M. F. Page and Miss Sadie A. Dibble. Native wine was shown by Mrs. L. Buckley and F. Jourdan. The display of fancy work was large and varied. Silk quilts in all hues and shapes were hung about and lace worn, hand paintings and many different binds of work were shown. Two fine stuffed birds, a sea gull and gray eagle. were shown by C. H. Frisbie. A case of old and rare kinds of government bills, a grand mother's chair one hundred and thirty years old, hair flowers, Btring of buttons, violins (hand made), a collection of minerals, a Her cules club, a cactus plant, winter squashes of peculiar Kind, and many other curiosities, were exhibited, which drew the attention of bevies ot ladies all the afternoon. Some of the exhibitors were: Silvia L. Gates, C. S. Bradley, Bunnell Brothers, Edward Crouch, A. Louis Bogers and J. F. & A. L. Shepard. The display of poultry was small. J. W. Niohols and Mr. Hammer were the exhibitors. The display of cattle was only fair. Draft cattle were Bhown by J. A. Blackstone and Bichard Howard, Alderney Durham. A fine ox team was the exhibit of J. A. Blackstone. and native and Alderney cows by T. F. Ham mer and U. a. WilforO. K. Averill and Hen ry Averill exhibited fine family horses, and J. N. Baldwin and George Parker matohed horses. Draft horses and mules were shown by Edward Stent. There was a good exhibi tion of colts and farm implements. Among the exhibits that are worthy of especial praise were the spring beds of Bun nell Bros., a large collection of the best in the market; two carriages by Ly nde Ko w ian, which attracted universal admiration; the carriage fixtures of the Messrs. J. & A. bhep pard of New Haven for their beautiful work and the ingenuity displayed in their construction, and the moulder 8 reflector by Walter S. Swincoe. The reflector is largely used in foundries and is very valuable. A dressmaker's gauge by Mrs.J. E. Wara,Bran ford; a sewing machine by A. Q. Ely and a collection of locks, latches, door knobs and bell pulls received first premiums and are worthy of especial mention. Also a veteran war horse ridden by Marshal Charles Frisbie, North Branford, which is twenty nine years old and has been at all the fairs held at Branford. The old veteran stepped off as lightly and proudly as a young colt. Two notable curiosities wera the rare old clocks shown by E. A. Crouch, which took first premium, also a watch m$de by Admiral Strode, who died in 1700. One of the clocks was made in ut;;!!, the other previous to ibuu. They received mucn attention. About 2:30 in the afternoon the band es corted the oxen from the Green and the largest part of the crowd drifted over toward Montowese street where the races took place. The band played, the judges, among whom were Lawyer Zaoher, took their positions on the piazza of a house opposite the finish and waited for some horse to cross it. Parshley's horse finally did so. There was some misun derstanding about the start, and about twelve heats more or less were trotted before the end was announced. Parshley's horse was the winner, Granniss' second. Elv's third. The bicycle race ended In a header for two of the contestants. No one hurt. Thar was also foot racing, wheelbarrow races and plenty of races by carriage drivers. An addresswas delivered from the band stand by Lawyer J. C. Sharkey of Branford. He spoke for half an hour and held the attention of the people verv closely. Dancine was carried on in a tent erected in the shadow of the church. The tent was filled all the after noon with a merry party. The attendance was very large. People from all tho neighboring towns were present. The fair gave universal satisfaction. The management was effective and the marshals and special polica kept good order. One accident happened to a team belonging to Mr. Buel. The hors kioked over the traces and smashed the wagon somewhat. No other damoj? a done. The management was: G. M. Prout, acting; couuoutee on nan, president; John Jtsishop. acting secretary and treasurer, and G. F. Kenjon. It was the third fair held under the auspices of the new agricultural society. The Court Record. Superior Cdfart civil Side Judge Beard-' ley. This court came in yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Arguments were heard in the case of Charles A. Baldwin vs. the Baldwin Corset company. It is a lawsuit abont the responsi bility for the rent of -premises in the Todd buildirjg. The receiver was ordesred to file his report three weeks from to day. The case of Hoadley B. Ives v. W. W, Stone et al., arguments were mada in this court Tuesday. Decision reserved. Lyman E. Brewster otDanbury, Frederick J. Kingsbury of Waterbury, and Edwin Day of Seymour, have been appointed, a commit tee by Judge Beardaley to hear the cases of the Anaonia Water Power company vs. the Sperry Manufacturing company and same vs. Charles E. Bristol. An. action of foreclosure has been granted in the. case of the Ansonia Savings bank vs. L. Y, Treat et al. Time for redemption, the first 'Tuesday in January. In the case of Edward Malley vs. Fire and Marrae Insurance company, a judgment for the -defendant has been entered in the Com mon Pleas court in accordance with the ad vice of the Supreme court, which, as already printed, was adverse to Jlr. Malley. Court adjourned till I'riday morning' at 10 o'clock, when it is probable that Fagan's ap peal from probate will be heard. alnp.rior Court Criminal Side Judge Ontv.r. Thfs court came' in yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. - Afc the opening of the court tho following grand jury was empannelled for the purpose of oonsidering the case of John Castagnetti, alirj Costello, of this city, charged with shooting another Italian named ZBizzo aome months ago on ()ak street ; Branford, George H. Page, Henry H. Stedman; Guilford, J. Soymonr Benton, Leverett C. Stone; Der by, John L. Lindley, Nathan O. Treat; Meri den, Theodore Byxbee, G. A. Baur; North Branford, Philo Williams ; New Haven, Jacob Mailhouse, Jeremiah Bishop; East Haven, O. B. Thompson, Stephen Hemingway; North Haven, Stephen G. Gilbert; Oxford, Clark E. hum; Waterbury, Charles B. Ban son, E. G. Eilduff ; Cheshire, Benajah Brad ley. While they were out hearing the State's witnesses the petit jury in . the Bronson (Waterbnry) manslaughter case were im pannelled.' The persons named in the indiotment are William B. Bronson, Eliza A. Bronson and Amos E. Bronson, father, mother and brother of Carrie E. Bronson, who was married to a man named Gordon. The accused are charged with criminal neglect by which Carrie E. Gordon was deprived of good nursing and medicine. The grand jury returned with a true bill against Castagnetti murder in the first de gree. It is possible that he may be tried after the Bronson cases. While the Bronson oases were being heard, other matters were disposed of. David T. Marsh, of Waterbury, charged with horse stealing, had another information filed against him for "taking a horse without leave," it appearing to the State's attorney that he could not be convicted of the higher crime. To the new information he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to jail for sixty days. John O'Connor, the Seymour dog thief, had his case nolled. havinc withdrawn his appeal, and the State's attorney thinking that the three months ne naa aireaay speni. in jail was a sufficient punishment. The following cases were disposed of by the State's attornev : Frank Sehlagel, West Haven, violation oi Sunday law, nolle on payment or Timothy Burns, violation of Sunday liquor law April 15. nolle on payment of S15. Charles Salewski, New ttaven, men or S265 from William caffrey last ueoruary, nolle on payment of $40. William J. JtiUoy, breach or peace ana as sault on William Schmauder in New Haven last June, nolle on payment of as 10 and costs. John Weishaupt, disobedience of an order of the Board of Health, nolle on payment of $a.48. Edward L. Davis, breach of peace July 10, and assault on Lillian Hunter, Now Haven, nolle on payment of $25. The case against the isronsons was ruiiy heard on the part of the State, the defense, represented by Judge BIydenburgb, putting in no evidence, the attorney thinking that there was no case bo far as the State was concerned. The case was given to the grand jury abont 4:30 and after being out about a half hour they returned with a verdict of euiltv acainst all of the accused. Judge lilvdenburen at once movea mat tne voraict be set aside on account of insufficiency of evidence. The court reserved its decision and an adjournment was taken until this morning at 10 o clocs. Court ot" Common Pleas Judge Tor ranee. This court came in yesterday morning at 10 o'clock. Arguments were heard in the case of James Mohan vs. St. Patrick's T. A. B. society of New Haven, after which the court adjourned until this morning. City Court Civil SiJe Jadge D.mlng. In this court yesterday morning judgment was rendered in the case Of i.dwara Mc Carthy, executor, vs. John G. Healy, for the plaintiff to recover $195 and costs. The plaintiff is one of the executors of the estate of the late Jshu Healy, first, who kept a store on Broad street. It is alleged that Col. John G. Healy owed John Eealy about $200 at the time of the latter's death. Hence the suit. City Court Criminal Side Jadge Stud ley. October, 3. Ann Keardon, night walking, $5.39 costs, thirty days in jail. Charles T. Adams, breach of the peace against Louisa Adams, $G 97 costs, thirty days in jail. Alioe McCarthy, same. $6.18 costs, thirty days in jail. Joseph Carr, vagrancy, $G.18 costs, thirty days in jail. Lencio Boanvole, theft, discharged. Dan iel F. Jones. neglecting fami ly, to October C. Nathan A. Stark, theft, September 2G, $7 fine, $6.97 costs, thirty days in jail ; same, theft, third of fense, bound over to the Superior court, bond $300. . Thomas Cassidy, theft, $7 fine, $6.18 costs, thirty days in jail. Hubert Dehan, breach of the peace, to October 6. Thomas Landy, throwing stones at railroad cars, $50 fine, $9.34 costs. James Lynch, selling liquor without a license on September 22, $30 fine, $11.5 costs. Ann Bichaadson, common prostitute, to October 5. Catherine Dougban, same, to uotooer o. James Lvnch. keeping disorderly house, to October 5. James Lynch, selling liquor without a license on October s, $30 hue, $6.18 costs. Court Notes. Judge Shipmaa of the United States Cir cuit court nas rendered his decision in tne case of the Parker & Whipple company, clock manufacturers, of Meriden, vs. the Yale Clock company of this city, in favor of the defendants. The suit was based on a pa tent clock movement invented by A. . Hotchkiss of Cheshire. The attorneys in the case were: For the plaintiffs, Charles E. Mitchell of New Britain and John K. Beach of this city; for the defendants, Charles It. Ingersoll, B. F. Treston and S. n. Wagner, of this city. In the City court yesterday morning Lencio Boanvole, charged with stealing $100 about a year ago from his roomTniate, Volonto Santi no, was discharged, the court not being satis fied that the robbery had been proven. When arrested the accused offered to settle for $60, which was found on his person, but his offer was not accepted. Nathan Stark and Thomas Cassidy, two of the three young men who burglarized the Yale bookstore a few nights ago, were be fore the City court again yesterday morning, grounds for additional charges of theft hav ing been brought against them. On the three cases against Stark he was fined and bound over to the Superior court. Cassidy was found guilty of simple theft and given a fine and a term in jail. Both had previously bsen bound over for burglary. Thomas Landy, a boy eight or nine years old, was found guiltyinthe City court yester day morning of throwing missiles at a railroad train. The offense was committed several -weeks ago and the missile, whioh in this case -was a stone, went through the window of a Consolidated road train. No one was in jured. Judge Studley fined the lad $50 and the costs, $9.34. He' had no authority to make the penalty less under the statute for this offense. The boy's parents took an ap peal. James Lynch opened a saloon on State street near Neck bridge, Saturday night, September 22. On the same night two kegs of lager beer were stolen from him. Grow ing out of the prosecution of the thieves a charge was made that Lynch was selling -without being licensed and he was arrested. He was fined in theCity court yesterday morn ing on (hat charge $30 and costs, which were -$11.55. He was also charged with keep ing a disorderly house, but that case was -continued to October 5. There was also pre ferred against Lynch a charge of selling .liquor without license, the date of this of fense being October 3. The judge inflicted a penalty for this second violation of the liquor law of $30 fine and $0.18 costs. An appeal was taken to the Superior court from Judge Studley's decisions. Yale News. Tne Sophomore-Freshman Ball Game. Yesterday afternoon the sophomore-freshman ball game was played with Mr. W. C. Camp as referee. '86 was heavily handi capped by the loss of Ike as umpire and this evidently had a depressing influence on them, as they left the yelling mostly to the frosh men and juniors. The freshman pitcher, however, was badly confused and the game resulted: '86 11,'87 2. Then came the rush. Solid phalanxes of men four abreast and abont twenty deep were formed, the sopho mores on one aide and the freshmen sup ported by the juniors on the other. These moved slowly forward until they met with a terrific ooncuBsion. The freshmen were com pletely victorious,carrying everything before them, and in spite of their frantic efforts the sophomores were driven rapidly back until they gave up. After the wrest ling, whioh resulted generally in favor of '86, the freshmen broke for the gate. This to their consternation they found in the posses sion of the sophomores, who having formed a double line on either side were prepared to give them an exit more speedy than graceful. Each one under the pressure of fifty com bined sophomorio pushes went spinning out and quite a distance on his way homeward before he succeeded in stopping. This, how ever, did not last, for the plucky freshmen formed again and driving '86 before them Siarohed down the sidewalk home. '37 is by all acknowledged to be an exceedingly plucky class. B. P. Hallock, '81, has been chosen pro fessor of rhetoric, logic and psychology in the Louisville, Ky., High school. Prof. Dubois will return immediately from Europe to take charge of the civil engineer ing department left vacant by the death of Prof. Norton. The lacrosse team will go to New York Saturday, Oetober 20, to play with the team of that city. The University ball nine will go to Hart ford on Saturday to play with the Harttords. Several practice games will be played this fall in order to work up the material whioh will form next year's nine. - The score in the senior-junior game was: 84, ten ; '85, nothing. The tie now existing between '84, 85 and - '80 will probably be played off. - Wnltmoy-viUe. ' j Among the gifts to the' esteemed pastor of ! Whitneyville Congregational church, Bev. I Austin Putnam, deserving special mention on 1 the occasion of his golden wedding on Tues day evening, was an elegant gold headed ebony cane, tne gift oi tnree cousins, messrs. James Davis of the Whitney avenne horse railroad, William Davis, the briok manufac turer residing in Hamden, and Ellsworth Davis, of the City market. These gentlemen have been identified with the Whitneyville churoh since boyhood days and the gift was a tribute of affectionate esteem. . if was in scribed "1633-1883; presented to Bev. Ana tin Putnam by Ellsworth, James and William Davis." State Correspondence. Southlngton. Edward Furniss, formerly of Philadelphia, but now superintendent of the Britannia shop, moved his household effects into the house of Charles G. Sutoliff, Eden avenue. The stores closed to-night at 6 o'clock for the first time since last fall. The following are registered at the Bradley House: M. Marks, New York; O. G. Sutcliff, Cleveland; O. Cunningham, Sharon, Ct.; E. Flanigan, Sharon, Ct.; A. C. Hill, Boston; W. O. Shute, Boston; H. M. Clark, Philadel phia; W. F. Brown, New York; J. W. WhiO man, Willimantio; J. F. Kay more, Worces tor; C. McCullough, Philadelphia. Oct. 3. Madison. The great social event of the week was the golden wedding celebrated at the house of Mr. Sereno H. Scranton on Tuesday evening, Oct 3. The reception in the afternoon was well attended notwithstanding the unfavora ble aspect of the weather, and in the evening about two hundred were present to offer congratulations to the happy pair who have enjoyed the rare experience of witnessing the completion of half a century of married life. There were present: Mr. and Mrs. Piatt and Mrs. Dowd, of Soranton,Penn., sisters of Mr. Scranton; Kev. Mr. Dowd, of Port Chester, N. Y.; Mrs. Wiloox, only sister of Mrs. Scranton; Mrs. Shepard, widow of the oler gyman who performed the marriage oeremony fifty years ago, with many other guests. Many valuable presents were received from children, grandchildren and other friends and the floral offerings were particularly fine. The wedding was celebrated in the same house in whieh they first went to housekeep ing, and the guests departed hoping that many years of happiness might still be left to them. Of the many remedies before the public for ner voue debility and weakneas of Nerve generative sys tem tnere is none eaual to Allen's Brain Food, which promptly and permanently restores all lost vigor; it never rails; lesL it. 1 1, aix xor to. ax-ugBim.B . ootl 2teod&wlt If yon sutler with elck neadache, constipation, dlz zineea. sour stomach or billons attacks, Emory's l.lttln cathartic fills will relieve yen: aa regulator of the bowels they have no eqnal; very email; one to tnree a aose. id oen ocU ateodiwlt Physicians recommend porous plasters in case Ot oacs acne, lame giue, miu iuuowwj .haiimoliom on ! nil ls,ral Tl m" r 1 FTon PlaS- ters are the best made, comprising fresh hops hit ri rrnmn ifMtnv in huh. uibushiil n:iu uvw- erf ul in action. 25 cents at any drug store oct2,6dlw Oliver La Tourette, druggist, Waterman, Tnrl . writes : "I have a crood demand for Dr. Wiahart's Pine Tree Tar CordiaL Hay- tnn if.a AflRnaYW mtraalf T nan S&V it will cure cougns, coias ana soreness ui iuo 01 uaiw Caution. There being a piano in the market, manu factured in West Haven, Conn., and bearing our name, ofttimes represented as our tqm libre System Piano, we wish to warn the public to investigate before purchasing. None are genuine unless the name, "Mathu- shek, ' iSew xorK, is cast on tne iron irame. Information cheerfully given on application at our warorooms, No. 257 Chapel street, New Haven. MATHCSHlig & KlKKELDEY. ffortv -Rears xnerieiaee off an Old Harae Mbs WrNsiow's Soothino Sraupis the pre scription of one of the best female physicians and nurses in th9 United States, and has been U3ed forty years with never-failing success by millions of mothers for their children. It re lieves the child from pain, cures dysentery and diarrhosa, griping in tho bowels, and wind colio. By giving health to the ohild it rests the mother. Prloe twenty-live cents a ootus. a7 lyd&w For the Cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness. Bronchitis,Croup, Influ enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In cipient Consumption and for the re lief of consumptive persons in advan ced stages of the Disease. For Sale by all Druggists Price, 25 Cents. E.P.ARVINE, ATTOH-SfEV AT L4W, 800ms and 11, 6 Caro gt. Ul9 F. A. Bowman, Photographer 480 CHAPEL STREET, Opp. If ale Art School. THE A - M I v t, , . Finest Rooms in the Btato, FIRST FLOOB. CRAYONS AND PASTILE A SPECIALTY. my22 6m 7. Ji'W'v SI J?f NEW HAVEN CONCRETE CO., Mantrfacturers of Improved Concrete Pavement For Walks, Driveways, Floors, etc Old walks washe over and made good as new. All work guaranteed. Office 326 GRAND STREET, Atwater's Block. " CHAS. W. CROCKETT, ai2 6m Bfio. and Tree. For tiie Holidays ! VllvLlotii Seta, Ct Gistsa Bottle. Ferfa utvrjr, &c, sVt Apothecaries' Hail, SOI Chapel Street. . ..GKSNB Rockaway Oysters, Scollops, . Soft and Hard Shell Crabs, Sea Baas, Salmon, Bine fish, Like White, Halibut, Swordnsh, Perch, Mack erel, Eels, Lobsters, &c, &c-., at CIIAIaXJ-S HKED'y, 46 Cure Street, cor. of Crown. Miss Braddon's Latest. A New Novel. Phantom Fortune. Price 20c. 30,O0O Sold in EaRlaad, Edward Downes & Co., 309 CHAPEL STB.ET0) seJS Keit Cutler's Art Store. GOLD MEDAL, FARTS, 187&. BAKER'S Breakfast cocoa. Warranted absolutely puro Cocoa, from which the excess of Oil haa been removed. It haa thre times the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is therefore far more economi cal. It la delicious, nourishing, strengthening, easily digca'ted, and admirably adapted for invalids as well as for persons In health. Sold by Grocers everywhere. ff. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. TOMATOES ! (Jood Sound Tomatoes 15 cents a naif bushel basket. GEO. W. O'KEIiLi, Cash Grocer, 137 DIxwell Ave., cor. Webatea Bt. se28 ENGLISH ALE and CHOP HOUSE " BRUNSWICK." 86 and 88 Court Street. Bestaurant open from 7 till 8 a. m. Furnished rooms by the day or week. se39 lira B. Jones Ifoang, DENTIST, 230 Chapel, cor. State, Street B'd'g ' Over Brooks st On's Hat and For Store. All WOT WErr.Biwi, un Boan from U sv. na. to 5 p. m. . aS jftnxttcM. Sxw Yobx. Oot, 8. The stock market to-day was complete! in th. power of the bean, who held fun sway and sold it on sharply all around. They oommenoed their taotloa almost on the opening of the market by cau tiously reeling around for vk spots and opened the ball with a vigorous raid on the Villards. These stocks, offered bat little reelstaaoe, going lover on very sals. When they got tired hammering and raiding than they turned their attention to the Tan dexbilta, Goulds and other leaden, gathering ooui age at every step as they f oud ao supporting orders in the market exoept in the ease of a very few atoeks The sales Increased in volume aa the day wore on and in the last hour there was a regular avalanche of took, under which prices declined to about tns low" eat of the ay in meat ease. It is believed that many of the sales to-day were short one, but th rapid deolln In valnea uadoabtedly brought out a good deal of long stock, as margins wen exhausted and stop orders uncovered. The greatest decline for the active list was in Oregon Transcontinental, whieh closed 8 lower than last night and at the lowest poiniue stock Has ever touched. Next to this in point of weakneas came the Northern Padacs, Oma ha. Texas Paelno. Canada Southern, Chicago and Altoa, Kansas, Texas, Michigan Central and Louis ville and Nashville. The last mentioned, notwith standing the fact that Messrs. Gould and Sage were elected to the dlreotory of the read to-day. exhibited muoh weakness andj closed to-night M off from lait evening's bid. The decline for the nsuallT active stocks aside from Oregon Transcontinental ranged from ), to 3 per cent. In aome of the specialties there were some wide changes, which are accredited chiefly to manipulation. Alton and Terre Haute common closed 7 per cent higher. money loaned at 2a2 per cent, during: the greater part of the day, but toward the close the rate hard ened np to 3. Exchange olosed lower at i82UaS. Theastaai rates were tglxeMl for sixty days, and iS48K for demand. Government closed firm. S1r??S.TPrrle2reporta OTer tns Private wires of w.-.i . dv, junkers ana xsrosersj nt.s altou and Terra Haute . ... 47 Alton and Terre Hante pfd. ...... .1... 80 American District Telegraph.. .. . . I. 26 Boston at M. Y. Air ne pfd gov Burlington and Qaluey.-.. ...... . l'j O.O..O. and I Canada Southern.. ........ ..... . eiw Canada Paclno 3 Central Paorno ' 6Q 85 81 124X 66 1 66 183 unioagoana Alton ...181 uoi., uju 0- ana lea. Ucn.. t 3 1X 18 107 Ones, and Ohio. .. is .. 27 .- 17 -.120 ..106 .- 26 SO ao. 1st preff...... Del.. lock, and West..!! Del. and Hudson Canal. Denver and Rin nm-i.fa 3BH son Erie Erie, nfd Erie Seconds 1111194 93 20 8 ijrte and Western. . 19 aaec lenn.. va. & (aa..... IK " " 'd Express Adams ........ Amerloan United States Wells Fargo flan, and St. Jos.... , Han. and St. Joe. pfd. , Houston and Texas Ind. Bloom ft West Illinois Central Kansas and Texas Lake Shore Louisville and Maahville 1 Manhattan Elevated ...... MIL, lake Shore and W..1. .1 do. pfd Mutual Dnien Tel Memphis ft Charleston Ill" Michigan Central..... U . and St. Louis do. fp'd Mobile and Ohio Missouri Paclno Morris and Eaeex... .. . K ash vllle and Chattanooga! 11.1 New Jersey Central............ New iork .Central New York and New Eng 1 S6w Sork Elevated N. S., Chic, and St. Louis do. p'd... New Central Coal Northern Psclna Northern Paclno pfd. ......... Northwest. -......!..... Northweat pfd Norfolk and West-pf'd. Ohio Central ." Ohio and Mississippi Omaha 0ak a pfd Ontario and Western Oregon Transcontinental Paclho Mall Peoria, D. and EvansTille Beading. Biohmond ft Danville Blohmond and West Point Book Island Rochester ft Pitts.......... . St. Paul J4tf ISO 89 68 116 " 16 1S1 80 63 119 ..... 66 21 128 21 68 8 40 41 18 : 111 11 sb. 46 Ulll 96i 123 64 80 114' 19 80 f ! 11111. 10 81 60 122 113 38 2 S8 36 97 21 49 37 111111 6i 66 29 120 17 lOsi 68 2454 128 24 98J, 49 43 42 19 81 25 61 96' 124 65 80 114 19 9 18 1-1 31 to 122 143 39 2 29 S7 97 21 49 88 51K 67 3U 120 17 lui 117 38 ' 92 St. Pnl and DnJothllllllllll"."!"." 86 .116 UV. pi U. ....... St. Paul M. and M Toxas Pacific Onion Paolflo. Wabash Wabash pfd Western Union Tel... United Pipe Line Ctfs .108 108 26 88 20 88 20 83V 79 79 American Bell Tel 223 Bay 8tate Tel Boston and North Tel Government bonds olosed aa follows : (s continued , s.s,91.reg mi hti , .112all2 114 a 118all8 121a 108al03 127 bid , 180 , 131 132 XB, "Bl, OOUp. . is. 1907, reg Is, 1907, conp... Onrrenoy 6e, 95... ..... Currency 6s, 96 Qarrensy 6, '97.. .......... Correnoy 6s, 98.... Ourrency 6e. '99 ....134 Paolflo railroad bonds closed as follows : firsts 112all3 Funds lis all7 Grants 110 alio Centrals alljall2 Chicago Oram and Provision Market. Closing prices, call board, telegraphed by C. E. Foes & Co. to Edwin Bo we. 2 and 4 Stone atreet. New York. The following shows the quotations at 3 p. m. (Chi cago time) for the past three days: Oct. 1. Oct. 2. Oct. 3. (Octooer 96 95 95V Wheat - November 98 97 971 (Year 96 95 95 (October 49 48 48 Corn - November iSH 47 47 lYear 46 46 46 (October 27 57 27 Oats -i November 28 28 28 lear 27 27 (October 10.50 10.47 10.42 Pork -(November .....10.52 10 46 10.47 lear iu. a iu.o 10.3a (October 7.80 7.82 7.82 ftjera -ttovemoer ..... '.tz ' i.w (Year 7.65 7.57 7.65 EECEIPTS. Wheat, 192 cars; corn, 637 oars; oats, 188 care; hog xo,w neaa. w York Produce market. Haw Tons, Oct. 3. WHEAT Spot grades are held stronger and prices nave auvanca aoonc jo per Dnsnei, closing nrm. .inere is an increasing inquiry lor cssn ao. red, mainly for strrlnc and mixing purposes. CORN The October option opened strong and about o higher, later became weaker and fell back about o, under a pressure to sell, closiac however. with a little more strength; later deliveries declined ao and olosed fairly atesdy. OATS Spot lots are doing better by ao per Duanei oh more reserved onenngs, lesvmg on nrm. The options advanced Vafcc on the early traeUtur. later ruled easier and fell back ac, cloaiag barely stoaay. BYK Dnll and depressed : 2.508 bushels Western sold, at 64a64o In elevator ; boat loads quoted at two ; o ce ana uanaaa ua j20. BARLEY AND MALT Dull and nominal. FLOUR Prices have not varied further, with sen erally free sellers ; demand continues light, both from shippers and the home trade. PORK Market steady and quiet. Spot mess quo ted at f 11 60at2. LARD Market closed dnll and weak. Cash, 825c; October, 8.16c ; November. 8.00a8.02c ; December asd year, 7.9'c ; January, 7.94a7.96o ; February, 8.65 ; March, 8.10c PETBOiUlC Market quiet andateady ; Unitei, $1 13 ; crude in barrels, 7a8o ; naphtha in bar rels, 60 : refined In barrels here, 8a8c ; do In x-niiaceipniaana Baltimore, v.aBc. Local Stock: Quotations. Famished by Bunnell &. Scranton, BANKERS AND BROKERS, Brewster Building. BANK STOCKS. Bid. Asked. Hew Haven County National Bank (par $10) 13 Beoond National Bank 156 New Haven NationsBank 163 Tradesmans National iBank 161 Yale National Bank 117 Merchants National Bank (par $50). 61 City Bank (State) 121 Mechanics Bank (State, par $60) 71 SIAIBUTD MUNICIPAL BONi8. Connecticut 6s, due 1884 - 101 Conn. 6s, exempt from taxation 103 Connecticut 6s, due 1887-97 104 New Haven City 6s, due 1887-1897.. 104 New Haven City 6s, due $20,000 a year 100 New Haven City 7a, due 1901 130 N.Haven Town 6s,Air Line lasue.1889 108 N Haven Town 6s, Wsr L'nlsue,1886 102 N.Haven Town 6s,Bounty Loan, 1890 106 BAIT OAS BOKDB ANI STOCKS. New Haven and Northampton 6a, Consolidated Mortgage, 1909 New Haven and Northampton 7s, 111 due 1899 120 Holyoke and Westn eld 7s, guaran teed by N. H. and N. Co 106 New Haven and Northampton 7s, new Issue 115 New Haven and Northampton 6'.. 1911 100 Boston and New York Air JUine 6s. due 1905. 107 Colchester Railroad 7s, guaranteed by Air Line 118 Houaa tonic 6a, 1st Coh. Mortgage.. . New Haven and Derby Railroad 7s. 106 1st Mortgage, due 1885.. 107 New Haven and Derby Railroad 7s, 2d Mortgage (guaranteed) 120 Connecticut Western Railroad 7s, 1st Mortgage 28 New York, New Haven and Hartford R. B. Stock (par $100) 177 Nangatnok Railroad Stock 177 Henaatonio preferred ...... 130 New Haven and Northampton Rail road Stock (par $100) 25 N. Y. and N. England 1st mortgage 6'a. due 1905 93 New York and N. England 7's 103 Shore Line Railway Stock......... 165 32 85 95 105 Boston and New York Air Line Pre ferred Stock 80 Sew Haven and 'Derby Railroad Stock (par $100).. 15 Fair Haven and Weetvil Horse Railroad Co. (par $26) 27 West Haven Horse Railroad Co. (par $26) i MIBCKX UTEOUm. Southern N. England Telephone Co. 170 175 New York and New Jersey Tele. Co. 4 97 New Haven Water Co. 82 Fair Haven Water Co. Bonds, 7s, - guaranteed by N. H. W. Co 11 New Haven Oaa Co. Stock (par $25). 38 . Trade Dollars 8S Hexi can and Spanish Dollars. 80 Chill Dollars 75 Canada Bills -. 98 Nova Scotia Bills. 96 English Sovereigns.. $180 N. Y. and Pa. Telephone 80 93 Bay State Telephone ' ('hp, and Potomac Telephone 100 103 Erie and Southwestern Telephone 00 ' Ex-Dividend. ' l LA) 1UK1 AY! V L , 'on, Jiaw dfr - ' for Infants Castoriapromotes Digestion and overcomes Flatulency, Uonstipa tion, Sour Stomach, jJun-rhoea, and Feverishness. It insures health and natural sleep, without morphine. " Castor is so well adapted to Children that 1 recommend it aa superior to any prescription known to me." H. A. Archbr, K. D., 82 Portland Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. CENTAUR LINIMENT an absolute cure for Kheuma tism, Sprains, Hums, Galls, &c. The most Powerful and Pene trating Pain-relieving: and. Healing Remedy known to man. JSOTE STOCK BOUGHT AND SOLD AND CARRIED ON MAR GIN. AT PRESENT PRICES THE STOCK NETS ABOUT 10 PER CENT. DENSL0W, EASTON & HERTS. NO. 70 EXC3HANOE MiACE. my 12 6m UNEMPLOYED FUNDS. There is i o need that money alio aid lie idle, or be loaned at a low rate of interest. I have on hand a long liat of Western Farm loans of unquestioned ee enrity, from 6 to 8 per cent. Interest. The 6 per cents guaranteed if desired. Principal and interest payable by cheque on Kev Haven Bank. MONEY TO LOAIST. 85 ORANGE STREET, (UPSTAIR3.) AI,FKKI W iLIiKII. el 7 d&w lm PRESTON, KEAN & CO., BANKERS, CHICAGO, IXsLf. Aooonnts of bankers, merchants and others received. Supply investors with Government and State bonds. With Municipal and School bonds. With Prime Ballroad bonds. With 6 per oentXar Trust Certifi cates. Choice Commercial Paper. Collections receive prompt attention. Government Land Scrip bought and sold. Domestic and Foreign Exchange, Travelers' Letters of Credit available in all parts of the world. ie7 eodfiin 050,000 N. Y H. II. & Hartford KK. 4 Per Cent. Registered Bonds, NON-TAXA-BMJ, FOB SALE BY W. T. Hatch & Sons, 2Si? Chapei Street, NEW HAVEN, CONN. The rapid redemption of U. B. Governments must eventually enhance the market price of securities of this class as they are really as safe. se27 BOIVDS siiMl STOCKS Bought and sold. 21G& 218 Chapel St. Michigan Central K. 11. Co. First Blortgase Main Iiine 5 pex cent. Bonds, Due Hay 1, 1902. Interest payable May 1st and November 1st. These bonds are a part of the 7 per cent, first con solidated mortgage, reserved to retire prior liens, and are now Issued with the rate of interest reduced. We offer a limited amount for sale and recommend them as a first-class Investment YERMILYE & CO., Nos. 16 and 18 Nassau Street, HEW YOBS CITY. Attorney and Counselor at Law, OFFICE, 27Q Chapel Street, ROOM No. , NEW HAVEN, CONN. Any business committed to my care will be faith fully attended to. Best Reference. Given. sel8 6m Ohas. S. Hamilton, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 1 YALE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING. Corner Chapel and State Streets, Rotary Puttie. Nsw Haven, Oonn apstf NO MORE Wooden Street Washer Boxes. USE INSTEAD McNAMARA'S NEW AND IMPROVED COMPRESSION VALVE DRY PIPE HYDRANT AND STREET WASHER. We take great pleasure in introducing to the New VTn nnhlln 1 hi k hydrant which snnnlles a want long felt for something in a street washer that would not f reeae or get ont of crder, and at the same time possess the merit oi economy, r or saie oni; oy J. F. GILBERT & CO., 11(1 stitr SI KKKT. SOLE AGENTS. Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting done In the best manner. JOEL F GILBERT, DEXTER ALDKS, Special. au7 Tu, Th, Sat tf FALL GOODS Are coming in daily and we are busy serving the public dealing out some of the best bargains ever of fered in tne city, jriease rememuer viiab m mo ou- ing styles will oe snown as B K N (I A HT & at prices that will tempt everyone. BOYS' SHOES of all kinds, stylish and oheap. LADIES' SHOES or an widths that can't be beat. MEN'S SHOES Calf Boots 2.00. (Soled). Men's Calf Tap Sole Boot, (soled), $2.25. Men's Shoes In London, English, Opera and Plain Toe, very etylisn. MEN'S AND LADIES' SLIPPERS In faacy and plain, there is no end to them. In fact, onr store is crowded with goods, but they are fast diminishing. ROBT. A. BENHAM, 294 Chapel Street. CABBIAGES ! - I offer for the next ninety days, terms net cash, Brewster Side Bar Leather Top Piano Buggies for the low price of 125. Corning Side Bar, Leather Top, $135. White Chapel Side Bar, Leather Top, for $135. Village Carts for $SO. Phaetons for $150. This is work 31 my own make, consequently very reliable. It is modern In style and improvement and suitable for family or livery nse. I have also TOP AND NO TOP BEACH WAGONS, and a large variety of styles finished and in process of finishing, which I would be glad to exchange for cash at a very low price. If yon wish to purchase call and examine fox yourself ta - STEPHEN M. WIER'S, No. 440 Elm Street, jel tf NEW HAVEN, CONN. MBS. A. M. JOHNSON HAS returned from her vacation and will be pleased to see her pupils and all wbo wish to take lessons In painting and wax work. She will be ready to form classes September 24th at selSSm 188 CHAPEL STREET. FLOUR FL001 FLOUR The Best Place in the City to Buy floub: PlUsbnry's Best t8.25 per barrel, $L10 per ts?. Monarch 18 per barrel, $1 per bag. Best St, Louis 57 per barrel. 90o per bag. Nioe Early Rose Potatoes 75o bushel, 20o peck. Granulated Sugar, 11 lbs for $1. Extra O Sugar, 12 lbs for fL A Full Stock of Choice Groceries. No second-hand ox damaged goods. Come and see me and save time and money by buying for cash at E. S. 8TEYE1VSV ' lot Whalley Avenue. I sM iTPv . JT S. and Children, What gives our Children rosy cheeks. What cures their fevers, makes them sleep "Tls Castorla. "When babies fret and cry by turns, What cures their colic, kills their worms, . lint Castorla. What quickly cures Constipation, Sour Stomach, Colds, Indigestion, Bnt Castoria. Farewell then to Morphine Syrups, Castor Oil and Paregoric, and Hail Castoria! INVENTORS. JOHN E. EARLE, 5?o. 3SS CSrapel Street, New HsTen, Conn., Gives his personal attention to procuring Patents for Inventions IN THE United States aud Foreign Countries A PRACTICE of more than fourteen years, and frequent visits to the Patent Office has given bid a familiarity with every departmentof.and mode cf proceeding at, the Patent Offioe, whioh, together with the fact that he now visits Washington semi monthly to give his personal attention to the Interests of his clients, warrants him in the assertion that no office in the country is able to offer the same facilities to Inventors in securing their inventions by Letter tent and particularly to those whose applications Have neen rejectea an exammotian of wnicn.ne wn make free of chartre. Preliminary examination, prior to application for natAiit. made at P&tant Office, at ft. tmiall charaa. His facilities for procuring Patents in Foreign, countries are unequaiea. K efers to more than one thousand clients for whom hehas procured Letters patent jyiH drew . A. Strong, DENTIST, G Hoadley Building, (Odd. Postofflce.1 Teeth made in 7 honrs; fit and workmanship guar anteed first-class ; laughing gas administered. 7 av in . to 8 p. ui. se27 THE w Hub Range F.-r eien-nvnce of desiim. thorouchness of manufac ore, and certainty of operation is without an equal and with tne wonaerzui REFLEX GRATE makes It the most oomplete Range mado. For sale only by S. E. DIBBLE, fe7 101 GRAND STREET Ornamental Iron Bailing Works, 1 it AUDUBON Street, New Haven, A. A. BALL , 1 , & bu . .proprietors, iron f ences, urates. Doors, Stairs. Shutters, Balconiestand Greetings man ufactured. Also f -ire Proof Vaults, Iron Columns, Girders, Illuminated Tile, etc. All kinds of Iron Work for public bulldlngs.prlsocE,eta. Bridge Bolts, fte. ooit ci SrTETTF. Burwell, I enlist 9 Will be located after May 1st, 1883, at 12 Crown Street, Between Temple and College Streets. ap2S iATEHTS EOVBED For Inventors. SEND MODEL, SKETCH DESCRIPTION OS" INVENTION TO H. K. JOHNSON & CO., d7tf -Washlneton, 1. c, CLAIRVOYANT. m frs. jr. j. Clark, the well known and justly 1TX celebrated Business, Test and Healing Medium, nun Ko ttnmmlted at her residence. 136 Crown Street. Her success is wonderful and convinces all who call upon her that she la all she claims to be. She com pounds choice vegetable remedies which never fail to relieve and cure diseases that have banted the skill of the best physicians. Private sittings and medical examinations $1. Hoars, 10 to 12 a. in., 1 to 4 p. m. and evenings. "' Brass Fire Sets, Mm ani Mm, Bellows and Hearth Brushes. LATEST DESIGNS. AT N. T. BDSHNELL & CO.'S Hardware .and Cutlery Store, 212 Chapel Street. 99 and 103 Union Street, Store Open Every Evening. PURE CIDER VINEGAR Made from Connecticut Apples. Fresh Spices. Fresh Spices. Haxall Flour, Superlative Flour, Pastry Flour. EXTRA OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE Fresh Boasted and Ground to Ordnr. First Lot NEW EDAM CHEESE arrived GlIAULl . JjEIGrll, 382 State Street, City. Telephone connection. sel Designs and Estimates FOB FIRE ESCAPES Famished Free of Charge. Tlifl Yale Mtfacturii Co., 135 Water Street, New II aw en Conn RUBBER HOSE! RUBBER HOSE! The largest stock in the city of all grades and prices at the GOODYEAR BUBBEB STORE, 73 Church Street. Corner Center, Opposite IPostcffice. F. C. TUTTLE. Prop'r. Also Hose Reels and a full line of Rubber Goods. apM Hew Tor. Kew Haven & Hartford It.Ut., Oct. 1st, 1883. Trains Leave Iw Haven as Follows 1 FOB NEW YORK 8 55, '4 18, '4 28, 6 15, 6 80, 7 80, 8 10 8 80, 9 30, 10 40, "11 60 a. m., 1 18. 1 50, 3 85 (4 00 to 80 Norwalk), 4 20, 5 00, 5 40, (715 to Bridgeport) 7 45 8 00. 8 S4 p. m. Sun- I days, 3 66, "4 18 a. n.,B 00, 8.08, 8 34 p. m. 1 Washington Night Express win Harlem RIver-LesTM at 11 SO p.m. dally.stops at Mil-ford- Bridgeport. South Norwalk and Stamford. i FOR BOSTON via SPRINGFIELD 12 68. 8 00, 1 I (U 06 a. m., through oars for Montreal,) '121, ! 3 12. '6 28 n. m. Sundays, 12 58 a. m.. 6 28 n. m. I FOB BOSTON viaNEW LONDON AND PROTIDXNOK 12 40, 8 08, "10 15 a. m. fast express (8 15 New Fast Exprees, goes no farther than Provl- ! aence), . iu p. ZD- r 1 express Bunaays - au a. to. For Boston -via II art ford and Jf Y. & Bf K. 11 It "2 80 a. m. dally. For Hartford, Springfield and Meriden, c -12 15, -12 do, "2 9U a. m. to rinrtfora, 7 uu, 8 00, 10 20, ni 05, (ll 10 a. m. to Meriden) 1 21, 8 12, (5 65 to Hartford), 6 28, 8 12 p. m. Sun days. 12 68 a. m.. ' 28 p. m. FOB NEW LONDON, ftc 12 40, 8 08, 10 15 (11 03 a m. to BaybrooK), 3 is, iu, , s is, (8 su p. m. to Savbrook). Sundays 12 40 a. m. VIA B.a N.T. AIR LINE DIVISION for Mlddletown, wimmantic, stc Leave New jtiaven ror au sta tions at 6 80 a. m. (mixed), 7 60 a. m., 1 15, 6 23 p. m., connect at Mlddletown with Oonn. Valley Rli., and at Willimantio with N.Y. ft N. E. and N. L. ft N.RR., at TurnerviUe with Colches ter Branch. Trains arrive in New Haven at 8 26 a. m., 1 08, 5 16 (mixed). 8 10 p. m. K. M. RUED. Vice President. 'Exprees trai ne. UangTatiicir. Railroad. COMMENCING June lltn, 1883, trains leave Now Haven via N. H. & D. R. R., connecting with this road, at 7:00 a. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger train ror waterDnry, tatcnneiaana win sted. a. m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown, Litchfield. Wlnsted. 2:00 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger train for Waterbury. 6:40 p. m. Through oar for Waterbury, Waiertown, adscnneia, wrascea. 6:20 n. m Connecting at Ansonia for Waterbury. FOB, NEW HAVEN Trains leave Wlnsted : 7:16 a. ni.. :16 p. m., with through oar and at 5:26 p. na. XRAlrm LaAViti WATtKtiuRx At &:ou a. in.. e:-w a. m., through oar, 10:60 a. m., 2-27 p. m., through car, e:40 p. m. uauuuis w . daauu, Buperiniencien. Bridgeport, June 11, 1883. Philadelphia and Beading li. R. BOUND BROOK ROUTE. OK TRENTON AND PHILADELPHIA. Station in New York, foot Liberty st.. North River COMMENOING MAY. 27. 1888. Leave New York for Trenton and Philadelphia 7.46, 8.30, 11.15 a. m.; 1.WJ, , .so, e.so, y.u-j ana ixwo p. m. Sunday. 8.6 a. m.: 6.30. 12 p. m. Leavo Philadelphia, corner 9th and Greene streets, 7.30, e st), .3o, it a. m.; l.le, 3.4s, o.to, 0.40, u p. m. Bunaays, .au a. m.; o.it rj p. m. Leave 3d and Berks sta., S.10, 8.20, 9.00 a. m.; 1, 8.30, 6.29, 6.30, Sundays, 8.15 a. m.; 4.30 p. m. Leave Trenton, Warren and Tncker sts., 1.23, 6.20, 8.03, 9.06, 10.08. 11.34 a. m.; 2, 4.22, 6.24, 7.28 p. m. Sandxys. 1.25, 9.18 a. m.: 6.1S o. m. For Sunbury, Lewisburg and Willlamsport, 7.45 a. m. ana p. m. O. G. HANCOCK, H. P. BALDWIN, G. P. & T. A., Gen. Eastern Passenger Agent. J. E. WOOTTEN, Gen. Manager. anlStf Sew Haven ana JS ortnaaipicn iiaiiroao. TIM K OK PASSENGER TRAINS. CommeaciRg July 3, 1SS3. Leave Kew YorS, 8:00 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 4:30 p. EC. New Haven, 7:03 tt.ni. 10:18 " 4:is e:3-j " Plainvllln, 8:00 11:06 S:06 " J:S8 " Arrive H. Hartford, 8:53 " 1 16 p. m. 6:63 " 8:18 " Wustfleld, S:2K " t2:23p. m. 6:26 8:50 ' Holyoke, 9:50 12:48 p. m.3:S0 6:62 " Northampt'n 9:54 " 12:68 " 8:66 " 9:28 WiUlamsb-R, 10:16 1:21 " 7:16 " :4 So. D6erneld,10:16 ' . 1:20 " 7:16 " Turner's F'ls,ll:22 1:41 7:36 " Shel. Falls, 10:42 " 1:49 " 7:40 " N. Adams, 11:36 " 2:36 " 8:26 " Wllllamst'n 12:50p. m. 2:44 " 8:36 " Saratoga, ' 8:25 " 4:40 " Troy, 2:16 " 6:45 " 9:55 " GOING SOUTH. Leave Saratoga. 7:70a.m. 10:30a. in. 1:55 p. m. Troy, 7:L0 ' 2:45 ' Williamst'n. 8:23 " 12:21p.m. 4:16 " N. Adams, 9:40 a. 1-2.12:45 p. m. 4:25 p. m. Biiei. j! ails, 10:23 i:a p. m. sua Tamer's Fl's, 9:50 " 12:50 p. m. 6:00 " So. Deareld, 10:47 " 1:66 " 6:86 " WUliams'brg, 6:25 a. m. 8:10 " 10:46 6:25 " Northampt li C:8 11:16 " 2:18 " 6:66 " Holyoke, 6:60 " 11:18 " 2:25 " 6:66 Westfleld, 7:20 ' 11:60 2:60 " 6:80 N. Hartford, 7:2a " 12:OSp. m.S:00 6:38 " Plainyilie, 8:23 " 12:47 8:48 7:28 ": N. Haven 9:21 ' 1:88 4:48 " 8:23 '' New York. 11:49 " 4:22 ' 7:16 ' 10:30 " Els'" Time given is Now York time in Connecticut, ana Boston tune in M&saacnusetis. EDW. A. BAY, G. T. A. New Kaven, Dec. 9, 18(2. ly'l Hcusaton.c Haiiroad, SUM 31 Kit AK.H.ANOEMENT, IN EFFECT JUNE a 5. 1S83. Through Cars Between Bridgeport i&nu Aloanv. Shortest, Qaicfeest and Cheapest jvoute tor Aioany, xroy, Sar atoga and the West. PASSE NO ER TRAINS Laavi BRIDGEPORT for ALBANY, TROY, SARATO GA ana uie Wax, iu:5 a. m. (oonneoting witb K-w a. eq. train xrom aev iiaven) with THROITSa CAM. KOU ALBANY, arriv ing at 2:40 p. m. Connecting at Albany with 8:10 p. m. OhlcaPEu Exnrsss. arrivlna In Chle. ago at 8:00 ths next p.m. Arrives at Saratoga at 4:28 p. m. Lm. BRIDGEPORT at 6.80 p. q. (connseting with :ai p. m. xrain rrom ixew uaven; arriving in Albany at 10:85 p. m., Saratoga 12:52 a. m. Betnrnlng Train leaves Pittseeld at 8:00 a. m., State Line at 8:30 a. m., Albany at 6:46 a. m. (with THROUGH CAR. via State Line) arriving in Bridgeport at 12:16 p. m.. Now Haven at 1:16, ' lhrough Tiokets sold and Baggage Checked direct to and from Now Haven, Plttsfield and all Hons atonlc Stations, North Adame, Albany, Troy and Sua. oga. H. P. AVSHHX, General Ticket Agent, W. H. TEOliANS, Sgperlntendent, General Ofnoes, Bvidgaport, Conn. flew tlaven and Derby ttailroad, Train Arrangement commencing June 9, '83, Leave New Ilstven At 7:00 and 9:45 A. M. ; 2:00, 6:40, 6:20 and 11:00 P. M Leatve Ansonia At 6:35, 9:05 and 11:40 A. M. ; 3:15 and 7:34 P. U. Connections sre made at Ansonia wit - passenger trains of the Nangatuck Railroad, and at New Haven with the principal trains of other roads centering tnere. tu. a. vuimAKU, oup't, New Haven, June 9th, 1883. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. h BEST Raid in k Mi Steel rallsnd rock-ballasted road-bed ; free from dust, smoke and cinders ; four dally express trains to the West ; twenty-one trains New York to Philadel phia; nine trains to Baltimore and Washington from Deabrosscs and Oourtlandt street ferries, New York. Apply for tickets and full information to ;Sii.J. States, Ticket Agent,' ,S, Y., N, H. &H. R. R New Haven, orj Li. P. Farmer, New England Pas. senger Agent,; 209 Washington Street, Boston.' Chas. E. Pugh, J. R. Wood, General Manager. General Passenger Agt let eJottit J. liniita.ia7 94 ORANGE STREET. Dealer in Guns, Rifles, Pistols. Fishing Tackle In great variety. Locks, Door Plates, Letter Box Trim mings, Bell Hanging, Speaking Tubes and Fixtures, Electric Pneumatic, Oral and Me chanical Bells Hung. A specialty of the latter work. Gun and Lock Smithing. Key Fitting and Repair ing. All work warranted. Orders will receive prompt attention. Telephone connection. mylO EBTABniSBETl 1842 JAMES WILLIAMSON & CO., Importers of Scotch AND DEALERS INj AMERICAN PIG IRON, " 63 Wall Street, ROBERT ROBERTSON, SAMUEL A. S. WILES. HEW YORK. Je4 8m ANDREW GOODMAN, NO 88 CROWN STREET Seasonable Goods. We have just received a fine assortment of Canned Meats for the approaching warm season consisting of the following : Fresh Smoked Sturgeon. 2 lb cans Roast Chicken 35c 2 lb cans Roast Turkey 35c. 1 lb cans Roast Goose 35c. 2 lb cans Roast Mutton 30. 2 lb cans Roast Beef 30o. 2 lb cans Brawn S5c 2 lb cans Rolled Ox Tongue 70o. 8 lb cans Lunch Ham 35o. 1 lb cansRoast Turkey 25c" 1 lb cans Lnnoh Tongue 38c 1 lb cans Tenderloin 30c 3 lb cans Tenderloin 45o. 8 lb cans Gooee Meat In Jelly, imported,g70e. 1 lb cans Plokled Eels 35c 2 lb cans Corned Beef 30c 1 lb cans English Plum Pudding 30c.; 2 lb cans English Plum Pudding 50o. Dnrkee's Salad Dressing 30c A good assortment of Canned Goods still.'onpiand. S lb can Tomatoes 7c per can, 4 for 25c.; Wlnslow Jones Succotash 13o per oan. Fine Pineapple 16c per can. 2 Fine String Beans 9c per can. Fine Cherries 10c per can. Fine Lima Beans 10c per can. Fine Peas 9c per can. Fine 31b can Peaches, 9c per can. Fine Blackberries 9o per can. Imported and California Clarets, White Wines, Cor dials and Fine Liquors constantly on hand. ANDREW GOODMAN. No. KSOrOWnlt.. Bet. Church and Temple sts., Goodman's Building union copy. myw FISTULA and J'iJLKS Cured wlthont the Use ef the Knife. WILLIAM READ (M. D.. Harvard. 1842). and ROB ERT M. READ (M. D., Harvard,187G), offices, Evans House, 175 X rnaoat Street, Iloston.e-lve spe cial attention, to the treatment of FISTULA, PILES, ANt ALL DISEASES Off THE RECTUM, without detention from business. Abundant references given. Pamphlet sent on ejpplication. Onto bonis 11 tu. to 4 o'clock p. m. (exoept Sun day . au28 sodly ANGKOR LINE. U. S. Mai! Steamships. Sail from New York every Saturday for GLASGOW via LONDONDERRY. From Pier 20. North River. ETHIOPIA ..Oct. 6, 8 a. m. Cabin passage, $60 to $S0. Second Cabin, $10. Steerage outward 2S: prepaid, $21. LIVERPOOL AND QITEKNSTOWN 8KB VICE. From pier 41, North River. FUBNISSIA sails Oct 13. Nov. 17, Dec. 22. CITY OF ROME sails Oot. 27, Deo. 1. BELGRAVIA sails Nov. 3, Deo. 8. Cabin passage, $60 to $100, according to aocemmoda lions. Second Cabin and Steerage as above. Anchor Line Drafta issued at lowest rates are pai ! free of chaVge in England, Scotland and Ireland. For passage. Cabin Plans, Book of Tonre, Sc., ap ply to HENDERSON BnOTUEUS. sensmos 7 Bowling Green. Starin's Sew iSavc'r; i portation . IHtilj Except Watarou, Leave New Haven Jrom ftiar.nt x at 10:1s p.m. The limn , -m.,: Oapt. MoAillster, every Snnday. Tnpjkia, ,.,a ' day. The ERASTUS CORNIKG, Oapt. H.-oor "v.' . . Monday, Wednesday and Frldav. Returning, leave New Xork frorc liur : . Oortiand street, at 9 p.m. tlie STArtlU eyo-v.". day, Wednesday and Friday, the corning' ev..' " Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The otl-s fiends night boat from New York. nare, with berth In cabin, $1 ; with term in .-'i.-.. room, $1.60. Excursion tickets, f l.W. Free Ooaoh leaves the depot at 8:5 L-p. ui. X. vc corner ef Church and Chapel streets every hr.:f t-.-; commenoing at 8:80 p. m. -.Liozeta sola ana baggage cbeokea ta PhlIatlolv;.. PasBenirers by Fair liavp,-. v:ttvi... ... ... stop at Brewery street, only toree blocks froit is. uuav. Tiokets and Statorooms oan be stuecaeva u; t. ;. Ryder's, No. 276 Chapel street, iha Tontii:. :i.;w," and of the Downes News Co., S51 Otiapei sirec. V. SL. VUXILUZi, Ago'-:, lel Sew Keren. (.Vi.:.. Fare Sl,incniiiis Sea-tii. Vaelcsts for tns Has ml TVIp, gl.fctr. i- T"6 steamer 0. H. NORTHAM, C;.-.. ZiL353T. i. Feck, will Imn n,., ' .. I2:i p. m.. rjundavs exef,r.'-i3. KriV'-Hn-. . -. pfBcs of Paot & Bishop, n Chapel uirs-.t." i s horse car leaves corner State and Chapel stroote t Steamer CONTINENTAL. Certaia; 3tov;-,ns, isivo -SStHsa " lu:ls fc tinflays aicsptsd. BOM sw YORK-T C. l. NOnfBAJa Ioav Peck Slip at 8 p. E3., and !!-.t, OONriSESTA-L. it li-!. 0lcio1 m-' Socdays frceinod StcuriJoj- r :.-. ., at 12 o'cioot midnight. i !Ths steamer NEW HA v?;w, Poet 1. -,- Haven at 10:30 p. ra. iisateice a3d al tht i' " -Hours. Free stage from Inenrsros Erildlnf. , street, oosimenolng at 9 p. m. Ticket; are sold mii hwf-jge eLsi!.;iui:;ii,: r. Philadelphia, (beth route! j?itirsior nj "PL -t"- b w.'.HL-.i,. . NATIOA AL LIN IB STK.lJlinipC BETWEEN SKW YOrlai. LlVKlll-OUl. SAILING weokly from Pier 3j, North River. No , York. Are among the largest sts-ait-ec-ra elect ing the Atlantic Cabin rates. iy to ilv : E-r.n r sion, $100 to $120 ; outward Steerage, S2C ; PreraM Steerage TlckeU. $20. "Being tl lower tiian mos other Lines." Offices, 69 and 73 Broadway.Nmy Vprk The new and fast sailing steamer "America,"' '''.tW j tons, bnUdlng. F. W. J. HUR8T, Manager. Agents at new Haven, BOSS " LL & SOR AXTON W. FITZPATRICK, A. McALISTEB, OliORUE !. DOWNES SON, K DOWNES. Scrap Pictures AND FANCY CARDS . Just received and for sale only at "THE CAR1 MTOS Fl," 116 Grange Street, New Haven. Jy28 Dr. John L. Ljoa's Grand Meiicl a. ml K u.rclcsil OCYv. THE old reliable, most rel.sbriioJ, kiIiJ'uI cm sTOcctssful physician iu this co ;iiiry, j..-i-.ianf-:i: ly located la New Haven sinco May, laO-l. tiL-n ,U ure la announcing to the ciU.ous ci this Uni ot States nd elaewhsre that he lia removed his oflio from 193 Chapel street t 4-J (Jimrcii Mtrevi Uoom 11. Uoadley Bull iii'S, sj; poHita tli Postofflce, up one fit t; .it ct sUlra ; tran.ee eitEier at 4t CUurcli Kiireot or O? Crawn atreet, where tho aitlieted cm consult lilni la iwlTate noon all ditao8 U-ut n? i':- is heir to fron SsV. m. to 9 pr in. i r. I-.you will Ot n'.in:i2 ius hcrutof or to treat all diseases of ovt ry lisilvj uuture xfltt that marvelous Bncceea which loi:g yftT-d of expert noe has given hiii. Thonaantts of t'.-eti'ouia's frmc grateful patients Bnatched from tba brin'j cf tin grave now rejoicing In tho perfecLit n of health aUa; the unerring skill of Dr. J.yon. lie esLc ially invltei those whoea dieeaeoe under other mi.thot3a of treat ment have reniMucd intractlve to call upon him Vlait him and he will at oncedtARcribo ytmr cor.diUon. Perhaps yoa would have been cured If your pkjsiclci had understood your case. If you have tried for health and failed it is no rea son why you should not try Bttin. IfoiUtU Id ire cious to all and If ha oannot relieve your cua he wil tell you so. He can refer you to muy, roth.ipa worm than you are, that were given up by their physician! and friends, who now ecloy good health. Uo will da scribe your case so clearly that you will know he per feotly understands your disease. It is eorr. tthiug o: great Importance to you, although very eGily a. x.w pushed by him, though no more wonderful than true It is only the Btartlna point to health for the pb ! plan to understand your disease, and then atlmliiietoi tho simple remedy to removo that diseoee. Oome, li will do you good. You may be f at 1 bless. lie wit glT you faith by his perfect knowledge of your uls as. Gome ; he will remove that cough, pain in tht head, side and back; remove that cold, aiuiiing o: burning at the stemach, att0 Joint, rheumatiim gout, fever, sores, caucera, salt Theuni, ei-yeipelu scald head and ail bad humors, with his vegotabU medicines. Persons at & distance may consult Br. Lyon by lc ter (post-paid), deecribiiii: their case, and have metit cines securely put up and forwarded by express any part of the United fctated vfltb. full and exj.llcil directions for uie. Offi;e arranged with 8parati apartmests so that patients bos iione but the due to? The following arasuma of the diBeaei-s which Dr Lyoa successfully trenta : Coughs, colds, coubutzip. tlon, bronchitis, athma, ro throats, livpr coin plaint, kidney oomplHint, scrofula, eryglpel&s, suit rheum, cancer, tumors, rheumatis a chronic aiid iu flammatory i-dropey and piles blind and bloei!ing and all humors and eruptions of the blood asid akin. He challenges the world to enrpneo him in cieanti the blood and entire system, of all irapuritfea. A class of diseases from tho effects of which thousand and tens of thousands go to proniut ure griive, it radically and permanently enrf d by lir. Lyon. Hit succes iu this class of ailments is cot only gratify ing but sinip'y wonderful. Tha patient after putting himself or uernelf under the doctor s treatment com menos to improve nt once, and tbo t-allow comple Ion and cadaveroua upiearance la Mir-cefded by t, rosy cheeked hue of balth. liert-fore if y;u enffM from any of the following coiiiplniota hauteu ut oun to tho office of Ir. Lyon. Sperm-torrhea or invoiUA ta?y seminal era'ce'-ono, serLial weaknrp.', andevsi-j species of genital irritability. Konorr-pa, sytihihltt gleet, iroIpaus uteri r ftl f ng of tho wonih, ifucor rhea or white, on 1 ct er 1 traiiog and puinfnl cooa plaint" incidental to both Bon a. Tti F:MAi.Kfl -1 ha dlseaees peculiar to ftHmaTf.-. caused by weakr.eas, deformity, diRoprie and froie taking cold, suppression, irrelarins, ri"fnl an5 frpixtrfep Tne'-H'TTiRtion, prolpi"8 utrt t fllinc ' 1 the womb Bpeedlly. and effectually cured, Conatiita tlon free. Advice and medicine given In all disease for $1 or mere, acoordiBg to the severity of the ease. If you wish to communicate by letter, etato fully your disease, your sge, symptoms, duration of illness, eup-' posed cause and whether married or single, and in all nasea ths most inviolable secreey nmy be relied upeiti Enclose a stamp for return postat-a, and address all oommunlcatlons to or call upon Dr. J. L. Lyon. 4.3 Church street, New Haven, Conn. Appended are s few testimonials. Want "of "snac forbids the publishing of more. Their names will le cheerfully given to those desiring the m by oalUnff at the doctor's office. Case one in that of a lady wlT was pronounced by three of the rjo-t prominent phy-' Bioiansof her native city to be in the last ate of consumption, and told that her cuee was helpless aa J hopeless. AfUr being restored to sound heiltk by Dr. Lyon she sent the following letter, earnestly r,w Jiuestlng that it should be published iu the hope thM t might reach others similar y allllcted : To all who may be afnicted with thbt oommt.w dl ase, consumption, or any weakceia o" the lunua, 1 would appeal to them to immealately consult" Dr. John L. Lyon, of Kew Haven, Conn., feeling sure that by so doing they may be reotorod to health. For several years I was troubled witii a congb, hemor rhage of the lunge and the tiuul syuiptori,ri of con sumption. I consulted and was treated by some of ths meet eminent physicians the count y ariorded without deriving any permaneiit benefit whatever. In the spring of 18G3 the diseaes ni&de such rapid progress that my attending physic an and friOLido gave up all hopes of my recovery. On the 10 th of May, 1863, I consulted the above cased 'doctor. I was at that time reduced to a perfect wreck of my former self, coughing incessantly, and It wo old sreua Just on ths verge oi tho grave. After the usual ex amination he kindly but plainly informed me as oth ers had dona, tkat my disease was lnourable; that I had but a few months to live. Having great confi dence in his skill, X insisted upon his treating ny oase. He did so and with astonishing socceai. 1m twenty dsys from the time I commenced the ut ef his medicines my cough was less frequent, I suffered ao mere from hemorrhage or the lunH, and day by day fjund the terrifying symptoms of ooosamption disappearing, and was gradually regaining health. 1 was treated by him one year at the end of that time I oan truly say I was restored to perfect health. It is new March, 1866, and no symptoms of the dlseatte are felt. I have reason to feel sure that I shall suifsr no return r f ths disease, and It is not only a pleas, ure to me, but a dnty I feel that I owe to hundreds ot sufferers who are being daily carried to the grave by consumption, to mrge upon them the necessity of see king relief where it may be found very respeciruijy, u. ea. . The lady who wrote the foregoing continues in r feet health. The following Is an extract from a letter received from a patient treated and cured of seminal weak ness: Da. Lyon Dear Sir It is impossible for me to ful ly express my gratitude to you concerning the effect which your medicine has produced upon my system. I have Just finished the medicine you put up for tu andean truthfully siy that I feci a differont boingr My appetite is very regular and I am not trouoieo with that dull headache that I once bad, sad sleep never was so refreshing, as I am not disturbed with dreams. Before I came te you it was difficult for me to confine my thoughts for any length of time to acy subject, undoubtedly owing to that complaint, and the contrast la onlte noticeable. If I ever know onf troubled with that oomplalnt I shall immediately di rect them to you as an effectual means or kukk curk, for it seems to me that I almost owe my life to yon. for if it had been allowed to grow vpm me the time could not havo been far distant when that incurably- disease (consumption) wool a nave neen acepiy seated in my system. Please accept my sincere thanks foi your traatment thtis far. I remain yonrs truly, OR. G. F. PETERSOU, DENTIST. SB Elm Street, Go?aar of Orange Tf" - . -r IlAWJl, LIMCOI.M SAFE DEPOSIT GO. STORAGE WARFHfillSF 33 TO 38 EAST 42d STREET, (upposiie urand central Derot.) SEW YORK. " Now ready for the transaction of b nisTr" iL. "lini., rented at from SIO to 3jo per year Trunks and Package, store.! undergnarantee! 1'rlvst. .atraBc., reception avn.l toilet room, ror Indie.. Va.it . . . j nvvvpiioa and Toilet room, on the ground floor and directly acceeaibu from thaatraat. Rn. V l i .acceesiBle HREPSOflF XV A KPimiTj., vOIj, for Farnltue, Works of Art and Merchan. 2Ir' m t ?.th0 ttonth or l 'un" Stor. IKSPECTIOIV ISVITKD. THOS. L. JAMES, A. VAN 8ANTVOORD, , . . iy"'"" vice FreEldent. J. H.B. EDGAR, J. R TAN WORM KR. aul3 2twSo7'7' Bnpertntenaent.