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VOL. LU.
July 30, 1884.
WEB.
The great popularity of this preparation,
After its many years of test, should be an
assurance, even to the most skeptical, that
it Is really meritorious. Those who have
used Hall's Hair Rentswer know that
It does all that is claimed.
It causes new growth of hair on bald
heads provided the hair follicles are not
dead, which is seldom the case : restores
natural color to gray or faded hair; pre
serves the scalp healthful and clear of
dandruff; prevents the hair falling off or
changing color; keeps It soft, pliant, lus
trous, and causes it to grow long and
thick.. .
Hall's Hair Kenwr produces its
effects by the healthful influence of its
vegetable ingredients, which invigorate
and rejuvenate. It is not a dye, and is
a delightful article for toilet use. Con
taining no alcohol, it does not evap
orate quickly and dry up the natural oil,
leaving the hair harsh and brittle, as do
other preparations.
Buckingham's Dye
von Tea
WHISKERS
Colors them brown or black, as desired,
and is the best dye, because it is harmless ;
S reduces a permanent natural color; and,
eing a single preparation, is more con
venient of application than any other.
rREPAEED BT
Rp;,HAI & CO., Nashua, N. H.
Voldby all dealers in medicines.
AYER'S
Ague Cure
IS WARRANTED to enre all cases of ma
larial disease, bucIi as Fever and Ague, Inter
mittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fever,
Dnmb Ague, Billons Fever, and Liver Com
plaint. In case of failure, after due trial,
dealers are authorized, by our circular of
July 1st, 1682, to refund the money.
Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
curs
TledsSaefab
Contain no Mineral or Poisonous Substan
ces and is a purely Vegetable Preparation.
A Sovereign Remedy for l ver and Kidney
Troubles. Dynpepsia, Indigestion, Loss of
Appetite, Sick Headache, Costiveness,
Ithcnniatism, and Nervousness in either
sex invariably yield to the vegetable rem
edies in tlieso bitters.
FEMALE DIFFICULTIES
'rt YounEorOM, Married or Slncle vleld readily to this
luvaluable ' Family .Mtdk-ln.." Ask for
Lewis' lied Jacket Bitters
A.ND TAKE WO OTHER.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
LEWIS k CO., Proprietors, lfnw Emu, Conn.. IT. S. A,
Is a pearly white, wml-transparent fluid, havings
remarkable affinity for the skin. The only article
yet known to chemistry that will penetrate the skin
WITHOUT INJURY.
BEAUTIFIES THE COMPLEXION,
Eradicates all Spots, Freckles, Tan,
Moth Patches, Black Worms, Imparities
and Discolorations of every kind, either
Mthln or upon the skin. It renders the skin pure,
clear, healthful and brilliant, creating a com
plexion which Is neither artlUcl.il nor temporary, but
ionce beautiful and permanent in Us beauty.
IT CUBES (almost instantly) Sunburn,
ii -uv, i.rlckly Heat Cnapped;
Rough or Chafed Skin. In fact, its results
Upon all dlseasesof the skin are wonderful. It neret
fall Vie also FEAKL'S WHITE GLYCERINE
80AF. It makes the skin so soft and white.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR IT.
THIS
Admiration
Of THE
WORLD.
Mrs.S.A.A,len'$
WORLD'i
HairRestorer
IS PERFECTION t .
Pullio Benefactress. Mrs. S.
A. Allen has justly earned this tide,
and thousands are this day rejoicing
over a fine head of hair produced by
her unequaled preparation for restor
ing, invigorating, and beautifying the
Hair. Her World's Hair Restorer
quickly cleanses the scalp, removing
Dandruff, and arrest the fall; the
rxair, if gray, is changed to its natural
color, giving it the same vitality and
luxurious quantity as in youth.
C0MPLTME1TTAEY. "My
hair is now restored to its
youthful color ; I have not
a gray hair left. I am sat
isfied that the preparation
is not a dye, but acts on
the secretions. My hair
ceases to fall, which is cer
tainly an advantage to me,
who was in danger of be
coming bald." This is
the testimony of all who
use Mrs. S. A. Allen's
World's Hair Restorer.
One Bottle did it" That is the
expression of many who have had
their gray hair restored to its natural
color, and their bald spot covered
with hair, after using one bottle of
Mrs. S. A. Allen's World's Haik
Restorer. It is net a dye.
1- -s
THE
SURE
FOR
CURE
KIDNEY DISEASES,
LIVER COMPLAINTS,
CONSTIPATION, PILES,
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney-Wort is the most successful remedy
I ever used.' Dr. P. C. Ballon, MonXton, Vt.
'Kidney-Wort is always reliable.'
Dr. B.. n. Clark, So. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney-Wort has cured my wife alter two years
snfiering" Dr. C. B" m "fr T Sun Gsw
IN THOUSANDS OP CASES
it lias cured where all else bad failed. It is mild,
but efficient, CERTAIN IN ITS ACTION, bat
barmless in all cases.
twit eleaasee the Blood and StrcngtheM and
gives New Life to all the important organs of
the body. The natural action of the Kidneys is
restored. The Liver is cleansed of all disease,
and the Bowels Uom fVl anrl A.1thnll-v
In this way the worst diseases are eradicated
from the system.
TEKE, $1.00 LIQUID OB DBT, SOLD BT DUE (HOSTS.
' Dry can bo sent by mail.
WELLS, RICHARDSON Jk CO.RmrUngton Tt.
;iMiojtxA.r i roitJiAxiox.
To those in want
of Glasses:
Durant has p n r
chased one of Dr.
Brocklin'a O p t h a 1-
moecopic test lenses
for testing the eyes.
Tt. is thA ruu thine
t?"!' ever invented. Call
I and see It before eo-
injr to an oceulist.
)You will save money
and be perfectly flt
texL G. DURANT, 38 & 40 Church St.
C. H. Gldney,
Dentist
787Cbapel
bet. State and
Orange Sts.
Teeth Extracted-5 Cents.
" Without Pain by the
aae of Ether or Cas, 60 Cents.
Teeth filled and Artificial Teeth made of the finest
materials and warranted. Prices the LOWEST
consistent with flrat-claaa work. jyis
PpRTS WHIfF
MARK VVRAPPE
I
C5u
J. H.
Delivered bt Carriers in the City, 12
cents a, "Week, 42 Cents a Mowth, $5.00 a
Year. The Same Terms Bt Mail.
Wednesday, July 30, 1884.
HAILKOAD NOTES.
The Chances of Engineer On the
Consolidated Road Connecticut
Men EtulltUn Railroads In Florida
Ventilation or Cars.
The recent changes in the runs of engin
eers on the Consolidated road, the raising
of their pay to 8 cents a mile and the lower-in?
of the number of enerineers will not lee-
sen the expenses of the road, according to
Superintendent Davidson, xne cost win, in
fnt. be a little more, as the rate of payment
of the engineers is increased, and there are
the same number of miles to run as before by
the trains of the road. The reduction in the
number of engineers will be very slight, as
anyone can figure out for himself by compar
ing the length of the runs witn tnose iormer-
ly required. The increase is a small percent
age, and this increase will substantially
measure the reduction in the number of men
to do the duty.
There has no doubt been some complaint
am on or the engineers, but it is not likely to
be very extensive when they are put in the
way of making more money than before, ana
nrobablv it comes more from the fact that
some of them will have to change their resi
dence and go to New York or Springfield,
than from anvthine in the work itself. A
little grumbling at this is natural, inevitable
ana temporary, pin engineer, piuu. "
rate of 3 1-2 centsa mile, is always allowed
pav for one hundred miles if he is called out
1 - . . ,. . t 3 .1 . ; i .....
at all. J I xne run is over uw ifinmj t:u uu..
he is paid 3 1-2 cents for each mile rum, but
if the run is less than one hundred miles he
gets his $3.50 all the same, even if he had
onlv been called to run from Hartford to
Iewington on some special uusuiraa.
is one of the advantages over the time when
the men were paid a certain sum a day and
got nothing for extra or double runs.
r ,.Qi nTra W "Rmitlfiv. cftneral man-
UCUCIOI V . ... - . 7 o
aeer of the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key
nr .nini trrVin una Vmpti "Rftst for a short
VV Ct IOU1 voiaj nu -
time, left New London Tuesday night to re-
sume his duties on inai roau aiuer ma
vacation. General Bentley was accompanied
V.. flannral Taartn fh nontrantor for the ex-
uy ucut;iui jiawuv", "
tensions of the road, which are to be com
pleted this fall. One of these extensions,the
Palatka and Indian Eiver, is 100 miles long,
and the other, the Seville and Halifax divi-
.Knt miloa All triA TCpw TiOnrlon
boys employed on this road are delighted
Wltii tne cnmaie auu see a mir imuie wmic
them.
A recent writer in a railroad paper discuss
es the matter of ventilation of cars at some
1 T. nnA nimKfe BnwiA inmniJlTlf, fflpfeP.tS
ICUtiX (M1U DUggvava
of the plans commonly used. According to
that enters the cars screened through the fine
..4.;.... tn V.tti.. it in in larcrA nnAniiHpH at ft
moderate speed. In substance, he argues for
. . . i , i .. i
plenty ot opening an iue iop, annugcu uui. u
to exhaust the air, but to let it fan naturally
t. cuffinicnt: lnwpr nnftniners at which
the air can enter. He faTors having the
mrTiil tht. it ia trio nnlv wav in which
enouch air can be admitted, and suggests
. , i a . . . i . . ; ...i. ;
tnat tney may ue pruteuLcu uvwii&o nxwix
will eaten ail me larger, reu-iiuu uumcia.
How a Counterfeit Can Be Detected.
A circular issued by Thompson's Bank
Note and Commercial Reporter states that the
new counterfeit ten dollar treasury note,
which was recently reported as of the series
of 1878, is of 1875 instead. All treasury
notes of the series of 1875 are printed on the
fibre paper known as the "VVilcox patent.
The fibre has the appearance of coarse black
hairs scattered through the paper without re
gard to regularity and may readily be seen
j in the open panel on the back of
the note. An attempt has been made
to imitate this paper by printing black
lines on the surface. The difference between
the black lines and the fibre can be readily
detected by the use of a magnifying glass or
by tearing the paper across one ot tne nores.
In the border at the top of the genuine note,
the words, "This note is a legal tender for
ten dollars," are distinctly separated from
each other. In the counterfeit the letter
"a" and word "legal" form one
word as do the two words
" for " and " ten." The last four
letters of the word "printing" in the line be
low the one referred to are in italics in the
counterfeit, while the balance of the line is
in roman. On the back of the counterfeit
the words "this," beginning the phrase
"This note is a legal tender, "etc, is printed
"tms." There are other slight errors in the
printed law on the back of the counterfeit.
There are no counterfeits on the series of
I860, 1878 and 1880.
Fair Haven.
A boy baby visitor on Monday to Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph N. Holiday's on Center street.
The rain yesterday spoiled two or three
family parties that were going down to the
shore for the day.
Some of the young lads on the east side are
good experts in throwing the lasso and they
seldom miss their mark.
Mr. Frank L. Gunn has bought a pair of
horses which are fine ones. They are for use
on the team to deliver goods to customers on
his oyster route.
Miss Hattie Eowe and Miss Emma Tyler
are visiting with Mr. E. H. Pardee's family
in North Haven for a short time.
Several of the east side ladies have rented
a cottage at East Haven river. They will
take posession next week and will sojourn
there for a week or more.
Mr. S. B. Huntley left yesterday for Green.
port, L. I. , where he intends having a good
time among his acquaintances for a short
sison.
Mrs. E. H. Barnes, of Reading, Pa., is
visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Har
vey F. Hemingway.
The eloquent temperance address of the
Rev. Mr. Cunningham, the pastor of the East
Pearl street Methodist church, delivered last
Sunday evening will be repeated before long,
as there were so few present owing to the
severe rain storm which prevailed at the
time.
Mrs. S. E. Dawes and Mrs. Sarah A.
Fowler, residents of the city of Boston, are
visiting for a few days with Deacon E. D.
Fowler and wife.
Mr. E. A. Betsworth, of Baltimore, Md.,
who has been on a business trip to Boston,
reached here yesterday on the way home. Mr.
B. will sojourn here for a few days.
The annual picnic of the Second church
occurs to-morrow at High Rock Grove. There
are a great many going, and a pleasant day's
enjoyment is anticipated.
The friends of Blain and Logan are to
meet to-morrow evening in the Central Hall
block to form a Blaine and Logan club. A
full attendance is requested.
Mr. Jesse Mallory, the oyster dealer, acci
dentally fell overboard when removing some
planks which had been used in wheeling
oyster shells from the wharf to the schooner.
Mr. Mallory got out ot tne water ail sate,
save a good soaking.
The members of the Bible class connected
with St. James' church made a surprise visit
yesterday afternoon and evening to one of the
former members of the class, Miss Harriet
E. Fowler, the occasion being the lady's
seventy-second birthday. Besides the class
there were several of Miss Fowlers', compan
ions present and also Dr. Vibbert, the rector
of the church, who made some remarks and
a prayer. The table looked beautifully and
was Well laden with all good things eatable.
There were about twenty-five at the gather
ing. The visitors also brought presents and
tokens. On the table was a large loaf of
cake handsomely decorated with the figures
72 on the top in the west center.
It was an eventful occasion and will long be
remembered by each and every one present.
It was a genuine surprise to Miss Fowler, she
not even mistrusting what was going on un
til after the guests had assembled. It was
very pleasing to her to find she had so many
warm friends and acquaintances.
THE COURT RECORD.
City Court Criminal Side Jndfre
DemlBK.
July 29. Frank Owen, Injury to fire
alarm telegraph, to July 80; Henry Palmer,
same, same; Thomas Dunlap, breach of the
peace, $1 fine, $5.89 costs; Mary McGarty,
breach of the peace against Bridget Malone,
$10 fine, $8.55 costs; John Conlin and
Charles Custer, assault and battery, to
August 5; Elizabeth Weiss, breach of the
peace against George W. Waas, judgment
suspended; George W. "Waas breach of the
peace against Elizabeth Weiss, judgment
suspended; Frank Meacham, breach of the
peace, to July 30. '
Court Notes.
Thomas Dunlap, aged 12, one. of a party
of boys who have been seriously annoying
the residents of Park street, near Oak, by
congregating around the corners, using ob
soene and indecent language and robbing
fruit trees, was fined $1 and costs yesterday
morning by Judge Deming. Officer Sullivan
of boys and break it up. There have been very
many complaints from the neighborood.
The application for the commitment of the
four little MeCnen girls to the county home
at Tyler City was further heard by Judge
Deming in the City court yesterday after
noon. - Patrick McCuen, the father of the
children, wished them taken from the custo
dy of the mother, claiming that she is unfit
to have the care of them. He separated from
his wife several months ago and has a di
vorce pending.
In the case of Policeman George W. Waas,
who was charged with breach of the peace by
Mrs. Elizabeth Weiss of Tyler street, and a
counter complaint brought by Mr. Waas
against Mrs. Weiss, Judge Deming thought
the blame about equally divided. He thought
that both parties were to blame and should
be fined, but in view of the facts as produced
in evidence, he decided to suspend judgment.
No witness fees were paid.
William Cashlon, who lives witn nis
mother and pays no board and who spends
his money foolishly, was sent to jail for thirty
days yesterday morning by Judge Deming.
THE TELEPHONE
Circular from the Southern New Ens-
land Company.
The following circular has just been issued
and "was distributed yesterday to subscribers
by the Southern New England Telephone
company:
Executive Office, 1
Southern New England Telephone Co. f
Licensees
For the Bell and Edison Telephones and Transmit
ters tor tne state oi uonnecucut.
New Haven, July 26, 18M.
To our subscribers: In answer to many inquiries
the Southern New England Telephone company de
sires to assure its customers and subscribers to
whom circulars have been sent by the United States
Telephone Manufacturing company threatening
suits for infringement of telephone patents that
they need nave no uneasiness on account oi sucn
threats. This company will defend all such suits, if
any are brought, at the company's expense and will
hold our subscribers harmless from any and aU
damages and costs.
By vote of the board of directors,
Morris F. Tyler, President.
The Hartford Courant says: "The McDon-
ouch telephone was in practical operation
Monday evening between Hartford and New
York city and a reporter conversed with the
office in New York at 187 Broadway."
Suicide at Deep River.
Morris Galvin, a crazy bachelor living at
Deep River, committed suicide the other day.
He was about 53 years old and had consider
able property. His friends noticed that he
appeared unusually cranky recently. He
went to the Connecticut river, and just as the
steamer Sunshine was passing down, went
into the stream, took off his coat, vest and
hat and threw them into the water. He then
went into deep water and that was the last
seen of him. His body was found near
where he went in.
STATE CORRESPONDENCE.
Branford, r
The Misses Hood, of Brooklyn, Conn., are
visiting their friends, the Misses Hutchinson
of this place.
E. R. Terrence, the baker, was presented
Saturday evening with a "bouncing baby
boy."
Mr. Richard Bradley's new armory is fast
approaching completion.
The Blaine and Logan club of this place
have leased the front rooms in the Harrison
building as a rendezvous during the cam
paign.
The Emerald Social club gave their first
grand annual excursion to Osprey Beach yes
terday on the steamer JUm City, me exclu
sion was a success both socially and finan
cially.
Master James McNamara, of this place, met
with quite an accident yesterday by having
his foot crushed between the steamer and
dock at Osprey Beach. His attending phy
sician, Dr. C. W. Gaylord, reports him as
convalescent. July z.
Cnllford.
Mr. Hiram Middlebrook has gone to Sara
toga and expects to go from thence to Lakes
George and Champlain, ana thence to JVlon
treal, Quebec and other points of interest,
returning about September 1st.
General J. R. Hawley's sojourn in Guilford
culminated in a reception, irrespective of
party or previous condition, at the house of
fostmaster uaptain unarles (jriswola.
E. C.Seward, Esq., has returned tohisbusi
ness in Washington, D. C.
Died in Guilford last Sunday morning,
Mr. Sherman Rossiter. Mr. Rossiter was,
when a young man, clerk for the late Russell
Clark, then a merchant m Uuiltord, and af
terwards was in the mercantile business in
New York and Chicago, but has been suf
fering from some mental difficulty for sever
al years that has incapacitated him for the
transaction ot business.
Died at Sachem's Head July 28, Mrs. Rob
erts, widow of the late Luke J. Roberts, aged
eighty-five years.
The Republican town committee havs hired
rooms in the Music Hall building for their
headquarters.
A meeting is called for this evening at the
Republican headquarters for the purpose of
forming a Blaine and Logan club.
Two parties are making efforts to form
drum corps in our band-deserted town.
Menhaden fishing in the Sound has not
been very profitable thus far this season.
July 89.
Mllford.
Prof. Ladd, of Yale college, preached in
the First church last Sunday.
Marshall Clark has charge of the express
business between this place and Bridge
port during the absence of W. B. Mal
lett, the proprietor.
The First church Sunday school are talk
ing of a picnic sometime in the near future.
Dr. ana Mrs. Frank Whittemore and son,
of New Haven, have been spending several
days at Col. I. T. Rogers.'
The clay pigeon shoot at Seaside last
Wednesday proved very interesting and suc
cessful. Rev. Mr. Calhoun is expected to preach in
the First church next Sunday.
The subscriptions towards replacing
Mr. Charles Ford's barn have been very free
ly responded to by the citizens here and the
new barn will soon be in process of erection.
At the game of base ball played last Wed
nesday afternoon between the West Haven
nine and the Echoes,of thii place, the Echoes
were victorious by a score of 13 to 5. On
Thursday afternoon they played with a
Bridgeport nine in which they were badly
defeated, the score being: Bridgeports 20,
Echoes 2.
Mr. John Baldwin, who sustained such a
severe accident which resulted in having his
limb amputated, is in as comfortable a con
dition as could be expected under the circum
stances. He is being attended by Dr. Whit
temore, of New Haven, and Dr. Heady.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Merwin, who have
been spending several weeks at Pond Point,
returned to their Louisville home the first of
the week.
The company consisting of Arthur David
son, William Miles, Geo. Graham, Will
Crosby and Henry Hinman who have been
on a cruise to Port JeSerson, L. I.t and other
places of interest, returned last Sunday.
At the annual meeting of the corporators
of the Milford Savings bank, which was held
last Tuesday evening, the following officers
were chosen for the coming year: Phineas
S. Bristol, Theodore Piatt, William G. Mitch
ell, James T. Jriigby, John W. Fowler, H. B.
Beardsley, George M. Gunn, N. R. Ford,
W. G. Cornwall, Charles Luke,- David L.
Clarke, James McCarthy, James T. Burns, J.
R. Clark, Treat C. Botsford, P. P. Avery,
Charles F. Bosworth, Geo. H. Furman. Jos
eph W. Fowler and Geo. H. Kingsley. At
the directors' meeting, Col. I. T. Rogers was
elected president, Uwen . Clark vice presi
dent, Judge J. W. Fowler secretary, and
Phineas S. Bristol treasurer.
STATE NEWS.
Captain Moore, a son of Major Moore, the
commander of the Salvation Army in Ameri
ca, arrived in Norwich Saturday morning to
take command of the Third Connecticut
corps. It is suggested by the local paper
that one of the first things for him to improve
is the street music.
A mate to the recent story of an enormous
ly valuable whale is found in a statement
from Captain Fisher, of the bark Alaska, who
reports that on May 4th they took a sperm
whale measuring seventy-four feet in length.
The head measured twenty-five feet in length.
The whale yielded one hundred and sixty
two barrels and twenty-two gallons. The
head case was twenty-four feet in length and
contained twenty-two barrels of oil. Sixty
four gallons of oil were taken from the head,
inside and outside. Captain Fisher says the
quantity of oil taken from the whale is larg
er than any he had ever heard of. ' The
whale's jaw measured seventeen and one
half feet in length. The whale was struck
and killed instantly by Mr. Thomas F.
Pease with a Pierce bomb lance.
At the national Prohibition convention
held in Pittsburg last week, the Connecticut
delegation organized by choosing Joseph A.
Lewis of Willimantic to be chairman, and A.
R. Heath of Danbury secretary. George P.
Rogers of New London was one of the vice
presidents; Mrs. Caroline B. Buell of East
Hampton was a member of the committee on
rules; Aaron Morehouse of Danbury, on re
solutions; Elisha H. Palmer of Montville, on
finance; C. D. Rice of Middletown, on per
manent organization.
The employes of the Willow Dale Manu
facturing company, of Meriden, have been
paid off in full and it is now said that the
money was ready in Boston at the usual time
and was not forwarded by reason of some
misunderstanding.
The shops of the Wilson Sewing Machine
company at Wallingford were shut down on
Saturday night for two weeks.
Time Is Money.
Time and money will be saved by keeping Kid
ney Wort in the house. It is an invaluable remedy
for all disorders of the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels
and for all diseases arising from obstructions of
these organs. It has cured many obstinate cases
after hundreds of dollars had been paid to physi
cians without obtaining relief. It cures Constipa
tion. Piles, Biliousness and all ' kindred disorders.
Keep it by you. .
arThe Voice of th"te "People. No familv
Dyes were ever so popular as the Diamond Dyes.
They never fail. The Black is far superior to log
wood. The other colors are brilliant. Wells,
Richardson & Co., Burlington, Vt.
jyaseodstw lw
A Positive Luxury
is the expression used by those who have
tried "Kallocrine" for the head and hair. It
is composed of the very nicest ingredients.
It has positively restored hair to bald heads
(see advertisement in another column), it
keeps the head free from dandruff, keeps the
hair soft and glossy, it cures headache and
eruptive diseases of the scalp, keeps the
head and brain clean and clear.
"Kallocrine" is sold by druesrists at 50
cents a bottle. There is nothing that will do
in its place.
American Cougn Drops (liquid) is the "old
reliable" family remedy for all affections of
the head, throat and lungs. Keep it in the
house. jy 23 eod&w2w
Hay Fever.
For twenty years I was a sufferer from Ca
tarrh of the head and throat in a very aggra
vated form, and during the summer months
with Hay Fever. I procured a bottle of
Ely's Cream Balm, and after a few applica
tions received decided benefit was cured be
fore the bottle was used. Have had no re
turn of the complaint. Charlotte Parker,
Waveriy, N. Y. eodUt&w
No Household Should
be without "Pearl's White Glycerine." It
has a wonderful affinity for the skin; cuts.
bruises, sores, etc., are rapidly healed and
cured. Its effect upon the skin is wonder
ful, penetrating it without injury, leaving it
pure, clear ana white. 3y2 deodlw
Every neat housekeeper in America should
use Sapolio; m tact, most or them ao.
ml9 eod2mos
m CASH
GIVE!
To SMOKERS of Blackwell's
Genuine Bull Durham
Smoking Tobacco.
This Special Deposit is to guarantee the
ivment of the 25 premiums fully described
n our former announcements.
The premiums wiu oe pmu, uu
small the number of bags returned may be.
OMct SlaeJcteeWt Durham Tobacco Co.,)
Durham, JV. C, Hay 10, 1884. i
P' UCaierBBarik of Durham, Durham, 2f. C.
Sub Bra: We indoee you 811,960.00, wnlcn
please place on Special Depoelt tiPSTfg?
for our empty tobacco bags to be returned Dec.
16th. yours truly, J 8. CAKE. President
Office of the Bank of Durham,
Durham, Jf. C, May 10, 1884.f
' S' 0AWi:eiri Durham Tobacco Co
Drab Sra: I have to acknowledge receiptor
11.960.00 from you. which we have placed upon
ipecial Mf.WTJ-lY. Cashier.
None genuine without picture of BULL on the
package.
jir-See our other announcements.
SEW HAVEN
WINDOW SHADE CO.,
MANUFACTURER OF
WDTOOW SHADES,
And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Turcoman Curtains,
Madras Curtains,
liace Curtains,
Cornices, Cornice Poles, Etc.
By making a specialty of these goods we are able
to show the largest assortment, and offer all goods
in our line at VERY LOW PRICES.
In order to make way for our new Fall Patterns
we have laid out 500 pairs DADO SHADES, in odd
lots of one to five pairs, which we will close out
without regard to cost of manufacture.
MR. L. B. JUDD will have charge of our Drapery
and Shade work, and orders by postal or telephone
will receive prompt attention.
New Haven Window Shade Co.
694 CHAPEL STREET,
- BELOW THE BRIDGE.
N. B. Store closed evenings, except Monday and
Saturday. jylo
DR. DAVID
KENNEDY'S
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Of?
Forth Core of Kidney and ZilTer Com-
plaints Constipation, and all disorders
arising1 from an impure state of the BLOOD.
To women who Buffer from any of the ills pecu
liar to their sex it is an unfailing friend. AU
- Druggists. One Dollar a bottle, or address Dr.
David Kennedy, Rondout, N. Y.
AMONG RAILROAD MEN,
Popularity and Usefulness of Dr. Ken
nedy's Favorite Remedy A Xhrill
Ins Letter From a Piaster mechanic.
Master Mechanic's and Superintedent's Office, 1
Lowell Repair Shops of the Boston a Lowell r.r. V
Lowell, Mass., March 25, 1884. )
Tr TAvi(i Knndv Rondout. N. Y.
Dear Sir: I think it is due to you that I should
make the following statement, and I make it volun
tarily and willingly: On the 4th day of June, 1881,
I was taken with what was called paralysis of the
bowels. Tne seizure was unexpecxea ana rerrcoie.
The stomach and pother organs seemed to sympa
thize with it and to have lost all oower of action.
For a long time my life was despaired of. but at
lengtn l recoverea so tar as to oe aoie to riae out.
By the advice of my physician I visited Poland
Soriners (Vt.. hoomtr to benefit from the waters.
But they did me no good. Neither were the best
physicians of Lowell and Boston, whom I consulted,
able to afford me more than transient relief.
gained no strength and my case appeared almost
hopeless. In the fall a friend advised me to try
KENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY, and although
opposed to patent medicines, I made the trial. To
make a long story short FAVORITE REMEDY, in
my opinion, saved my life. I consider it the best
preparation in the world for stomach difficulties, as
well as of the Liver and other organs. I am glad to
say it is m general use among tne rauroaa men in
this vicinity. Yours, etc., A. J. GIFFORD,
Mr. Gifford is the Master Mechanic of the Lowell
division of the Boston & Lowell Railroad, and his
illness and recovery are known to many who can
testify to tno racts in nis letter.
TTse this medicine for all diseases of the Blood.
Kidneys, Liver, Stomach, Bowels and Skin. It may
save you ana yours irom paiu ana aeaio.
jy 14eod&wl mnr
GOLD MEDAL, PAEIS, 187k
BAKER'S
Warranted absolutely pure
Ctcoa, from which the excess of
Oil haa been removed. It has fare
timet the- ttrength of Cocoa mixed
with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar,
and is therefore far more economi
cal. It la delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested, and
admirably adapted for invalids as
well as for persons In health.
Sold by Grocers eTeryirhere.
g. BAKER 8 CO., Protester, Mass.
TURNIP
SEED.
B u ck wheat
AND
aOLDEI MHiLET,
Timothy, Red Top
ADD
CLOVER.
FRANK S. PLATT,
34 and 36 State Street,
tyl4
SHI
WW
T4nzmcml.
. Dnll, Dragging Slarkrt Dealings
Listless and Snowing No Special Fea
ture or Interest.
New York, July 89.
The stock market this mornuur was dull through
out and dealings dragged along in an uninteresting
way. xnere were frequent fluctuations in nrices
but the changes had little or no significance, being
more me outcome ot manipulation than legitimate
trading. The bulls had the upper hand and bid
prices up on every attempt of the bears to force
them down. The net result of the morning's trad
ing was to have quotations at 12:30 p. m. a to 1)4
per cent, higher than the closing of the preceding
aay. During the afternoon there was more activi
ty, but the course of prices continued irregular and
the market so closed, some of the lot being slightly
higher than last night, while others showed declines.
The feature of the afternoon dealings was Louisville
and Nashville. This stock advanced sharnlv on the
announcement of the resignation of Messrs. Gould
Sage, Baldwin and others from the directory. At
the highest point the shock showed an advance of
2 per cent., but closed with most of the advance
lost. The sales aggregated 319,000 shares. The
specialties were dull.
Money closed easy at l2per cent.
Exchange closed arm at 4.83a4.85: actual rates.
4.824.82Ji for sixty days, and 4.844.8iJ4 for de
mand.
tClosing prices reported over the private wires of
jDyi.i.ra,u a ouiwumuji, ijanjters ana tfroKers.j
Bid Asked
American rseii Tel 154 155
Alton and Terre Haute 25 266
Aiwuouu iciiunauie pia ta la
American District Telegraph 83U 85
Boston & N. Y. Air Line pfd
Burlington and Quincy 118W
C.C.C. and I. 38
Canada Southern 35
Canadian Pacific
Central Pacific 88
Chicago and Alton 1 29
Col., Chic. & Ind. Central
Chesapeake and Ohio 7JS
Chesapeake and Ohio, 1st pfd 141
Chesapeake and Ohio, 3d pfd 9W
Del. Lack, and Western 1159S
Del. and Hudson Canal 99?!
Denver and Rio Grande '. 10
Erie , 14-14
Erie,pfd .
Erie Seconds 583
Erie and Western 12
EastTenn., Va. & Ga 414
' " pfd .- ?
Express Adams 129
American 91
United States 52U
119
40
131H
Wells Fargo.
Houston and Texas 2H
Ind., Bloom, and West 131
Illinois Central VEfy
Kansas and Texas 17
Lake Shore 81
Louisville and Nashville " 32 '
Manhattan Elevated GO
Mil., Lake Shore and W
4 pfd
Mutual Union Tel 13
Memphis and Charleston 28
Michigan Central 70
N. Y N. H. &H.R. R m
M. and St. Louis 14
M. and St. Louis pfd 28-
Mobile and. Ohio 9 '
Missouri Pacific 95
Morris and Essex. . , 122
Nashville and Chattanooga 40
New Jersey Central 65
New York Central J08
New York and New England 11
New York Elevated 115 '
N. Y., Chic, and St. Louis 51,
" " " pfd 11
New Central Coal a
Northern Pacific
Northern Pacific pfd. .
.... 49
jNonnwesi
Northwest pfd
Norfolk and West pfd
Oi Certificates
Ohio Central
Ohio and Mississippi
Omaha
Omaha pfd
Ontario and Western
Oregon Transcontinental..
PaciflCjMail
Peoria, D. and Evansville..
Reading
Richmond and Danville
Richmond and West Point.
Rock Island
Rochester and Pitts
St. Paul :
St. Paul pfd
St. Paul and Duluth
St. Paul and Duluth pfd. . .
St. Paul, M. and 31
Texas Pacific
Union Pacific
Wabash
Wabash pfd
Western Union Tel
United Pipe Line Ctfs
Pullman
West Shore
...131
... 27
.. 72
... m
... WSb
... 30
... 93
... 10W
... 112
. . . 45
... 13M
27!
.. 36
..113
2
.. mi
..10m
. 94
io
. 4m
. 6
. 14
95H
41?
16
5SH
.108
10P
39
Government bonds closed as follows:
6s 81, continued
5s continued
4s, '91, reg '.
4Js, '91, coup
4s, 1907, reg
4s, 1907, coup
6s
Currency 6s, '95
Currency 6s, '96
Currency 6s, '97
Currency 6s, 98
Currency 6s,'99.
.112all2M
.112J4all2M
Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows:
Firsts lV!Ma.Um
kfirantH 107al08i
r LU1U3 1 lftla 1 1 V
Centrals 112 all2!
Chicago and Provision Market.
Closing quotations Reported over Private Wires
to Edwin Howe V Co., Commission Mer
chants, 403 New York Produce Exchange, New
York.
The following shows the quotations at 2:30 p. m
(Chicago time) for the past three days:
July 26. July 28. July
(August 83 846
Wheat September . . 85 86
( October. 80g
1 August 55
Corn 4 September . . 54
( October 54)
(August 27
Oats - September . . 27
October 26
( August 23.50
Pork - September . . 18.00
( October 18.00
87)
55-K
85i
949
27
27
27
23.50
18.00
18.00
7
7.40
27?,
26'
26
23.50
18.00
18.00
1 August
September . .
f October
27
'.40
-.52
Lard
RECEIPTS.
Wheat, 175 cars; corn, 261 cars; oats, 65 cars; hogs,
i,wu neaa.
POOR, WHITE & GREENOUGH,
II YMt i:itS,
45 Wall Street, IVew York,
Brokers and dealers in railway and all other securi
ties.
RAILWAY INVESTMENTS
a specialty, in theelection and estimate of which
tneir long connection witn "foor s manual oi tau
roads1' eives them special advantages. Corre
spondence invited and inquiries answered. Deposit
accounts received and interest allowed. d20eod9:
STOCKS AND BONDS FOR SALE
85,000 N. H. & Northampton R. R. 6's of 1909.
5,000 N. H. & Northampton R. R. 5"s of 1911.
$10,000 Danbury & Norwalk 5s of 1925.
2,000 Morris & Essex Ts of 1915.
40 shares Housatonio R. R. preferred.
50 shares Yale National Bank.
100 shares New Haven Countv National Bank.
Small lots of Shore Line R. R., Merchants1 and
Kecona .national oanics, jn. jh. w ater Jo. new stock,
uoiuns uo., or couinsvme.
W. T. HATCH & SONS,
BANKERS.
Michigan Central It. It. Co..
First mortgage Main Line 5 per
cent. Bonds.
Due May 1, 1902. Interest payable May 1st and No-
These bonds are part of the 7 per cent, first con
solidated morteaee. reserved to retire nriw
and are now issued with the rate of interest reduced!
vv e oner tt iiuuteu amount lor sale and recom
mend them as a first class investment.
VERMILYE & CO..
Kos. 16 and 18 Nassau St.,
Stocks For Sale.
10 shares Mechanics' Bank.
20 shares Yale National Bank.
20 shares New Haven County Bank.
10 shares N. Y., N. H. & H. R. B, Co.'s Stock.
BUNNELL & SCRANT0N,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
jy!5 732 and 734 CHAPEL STREET.
IF T0U WISH TO BUY OR SELL
STOCK PRIVILEGES
Write to SETMOIR & CO.,
51 New Street, New York City.
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published. Size 22x
AND
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AND
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ntn
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copy, or 50 cents for
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WARREN S. ROBINSON, 91 Oliver Street, Boston.
jVBeoaim
CONNECTICUT RIVER SHAD,
Oregon Salmon, Soft Crabs,
Bard Crabs, Live Lobsters,
Sea Bass, Black Fish,
Trout and mackerel.
A. FOOTE & CO.'S,
853
STATE ST.
Claret and Sauterne Wines.
WE have received this day 100 cases of Esche
nauer & Co.'s Wines, our own direct importa
tion from Bordeaux. Having handled these wines
for the past twenty -two years we can confidently
recommend them for purity and general excellence
to all of our customers desiring reliable and
"straight" Wines. EDW. E. HALL & SON,
HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D.,
1 LEXINGTON AVENUE, NEAR 29th STREET;
NEW lOKK.
Hours, 8 to 1 and 5 to 7.
Diseases of the Nervous system, Genito-Urinary
organs, impotence and sterility.
m6daw3m
13U9alS!U6
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SIR ROBERT CHRISTISON,
Baronet, M. D.,D. C. L., LL. D., F. R. S., Physician
to Her Majesty the Queen, President Royal British
Association, Proressor at the Lniversity of Edin
burgh, etc., says:
'The properties of this wonderful plant (the Coca)
are the most remarkable of any known to the medi
cal world. From repeated personal trials, I am
convinced that its use is highly beneficial and tonic.
PROFESSOR DUNCAN CAMPBELL. M. D., LL.
D., F. R. S., President Royal College of Physicians
and Surgeons, Member General Council University
of Edinburgh, etc., etc., says. 'Liebig Co.'s Coca
jseer Tonic nas more than realized my expectations.
PROFESSOR JOHN M. CARNOCHAN, M. D.,
Surgeon-in-chief N. Y. State Hospitals, Professor
BurgeryiN. i. medical college, ex-neai in umcer
Port of New York, etc., says: "My patients derived
marked and decided benefit from the Liebig Co.'s
Coca Beef Tonic."
PROFESSOR F. W. HUNT, M. D. LL. D., Honor
ary Member Imperial Medical Society of St. Peters
burg, Russia, Professor of Practice of Medicine, etc.,
etc., says: "Liebig Co.'s Coca Beef Tonic is far
superior to tne tasbionable and illusive preparations
of oeef, wine and iron."
PROFESSOR H. GOULLON, M. D., LL. D-, Phy
sician to the Grand Duke of Saxony, Knight of the
Iron Cross, etc., etc., says: "It gives more tone than
anvthin&r I havA vr Twpsrrrihed "
"It is invaluable in Dyspepsia,Biliousness and Liver
Affections."
PROFESSOR rv A RRVPK. M. D.. LL. D-. editor
Southern Clinic, savs: "Really a wonderful recon-
Hwumive agent, ouiiding up tne svsrem ami supjji.y
ing lost nervous energy. For broken down constitu
tions it is the agent."
PROFESSOR M Tt. TtFVN"3"lVTr of Fitchbure. Pres
ident Massachusetts Surgical Society, says: "The
bst tonic to build up a broken-down constitution
from long-standing womb disease is Liebig Cos
Coca Beef Tonic." It is invaluable in all forms of
aeomty. nervous affections, nervous ana sick neaa-
ache. niles. nenralcrift nnd nntn n-h
For indorsements and opinions of hundreds of the
most distinguished physicians, irrespective of
school, see our circulars.
Liebig Cos Coca Beef Tonic is also valuable in
Malaria, Fever and Ague, Chronic Coughs, Kidney
A A .l t - . . -i i 1 : J J.,T,,.-
runA,iniui, JVBLilllli, r 1 1 little II reg Ull mm
ings. Palpitation and Weakness of the Heart, Scrof
ulous Eruptions, Infirmities of Old Age, etc.
rne American Hommnnftthm ( )hsfrver savs:
"Liebier Co.'s Coca Beef Tonic certainly merits all
xne &t. unus Clinical Review savs:
"We desire to call the attention of the profession
to the reliability of the preparations manufactured
by the Liebig Company, and to the hiffh character
of the indorsements accorded to this celebrated firm
by leading physicians and medical journals of all
BciicHjia.
The American Homonathm Ohstrvr savs?
"The Liebier Cos r reparations should not be con
founded with any patent nostrums. They are legit
imate pharmaceutical products, and worthy of the
recommendations oestowea upon tnem oy oocn no-
moeopatmc ana allopathic lournais. '
PROFESSOR J. C. LeHARDY, M. M., President
State Medical Society of Georgia, Member of Athe
nee Royal de Bruxelles, etc., etc., says: "There
suits obtained by me from its use in my practice are
inaeea nattering.
It embodies the nutritive elements ef the muscu
lar fibre, blood, bone and brain of carefully selected
healthy bullocks, dissolved in a eruaranteed aualitv
of sherry, and combined with the Coca (which is
recognized as the most powerful tonic now known)
and other valuable invigorating ingredients. It will
reconstruct-the most shattered and enfeebled, rein-
vigorate the aged and infirm, and infuse new vital
ity into siCKiy cm lore n ana iniants.
The Journal of the Royal Society of Vienna savs:
"It is remarkable that the South American Indians
never suffer from consumption, and that the cause
of it is the use of Coca. They also never suffer
with scrofulous, skin diseases, or caries of the teeth.
They reach a very old age, and frequently pass their
iuii century.
PROFESSOR WILLIAM C. RICHARDSON. M. D.
Dean of St. Louis, Mo., Clinic of Midwifery and Dis
eases of Women and Children, says: "To children
with marasmus I have given it with decided benefit.
It is a remedy of great utility in dyspepsia. It is
also a most powerful and agreeable stimulant to the
brain and nervous system, and it is especially useful
to counteract fatigue of mind and body."
DK. TUTnlLb MASSE Y, M. D., L. R. C. P.. M. B.
H. S., of Manchester, England, says: "The effect is
something wonderful. From being depressed and
very low spirited, easily tired, I can now walk any
icugui ui vuiic ttuuuuii j-ccung lULigue. ueiore taK
ine the Coca Beef Tonic mv nerves seemed so nn
strung that when I read a pathetic tale I could not
retrain irom oecommg very much affected, although
j. Lrjeu mil U uj uvercouie me aosura leeiing. ow
am myself again."
To the Liebio Company: Dedhav. Mr.
Gentlemen Your agent left me a bottle of your
uca reei .ionic. x tooit it myseir, as i naa neen
sick for a number of months with a lung affection,
and was not able to nractice. It heir. m verv
much. So much so that I am now about as well as
usual. I have since given it to a number of patients
and it has benefited every case. I am indeed most
thankful that it came to my hands. I had tried dif
ferent preparations of Coca before, but had no ef
fects from them." H. S. phf.vty m t
PROFESSOR C. H.LKINSON, Editor Medical
and Surgical Record, says: "The Coca Beef Tonic
of the Liebig Company, combined as it is with Coca,
quinine and iron, forms a most valuable adjunct to
the practice of medicine. From the experience we
have had with it, we are forced to speak in its favor
and to recommend its use. Beef, iron and quinine
cannot be surpassed by any other three ingredients
in or out of the dispensatory for invigorating an en
feebled system, and when such remedies can be ob
tained combined from so reliable a house as Liebig's,
it behooves the profession to patronize the same to
me iiiiiesL ejcieni..
From an article on the Coca by W. S. Searle, A.
M., M. D., of Brooklyn, Fellow of Medico-Chirurgi-cal
Society of New York, etc. :
It is a useful tonic in nervous prostration, hvste-
tia and melancholy. In sustaining nervous force
it is superior to all known agents. I have advised
its use to a large number and variety of persons for
various conditions, and the great majority have
found benefit from its employment. To a sufferer
trom nervous dyspepsia, a lady seventy-three years
of age, who had become reduced to a diet of lightly
cooked meal and bread, and who for three years had
not had a movement of the bowels without the aid
of enemas, I prescribed it. Within three days she
was able to return to ordinary food, and though two
years have passed, she has not failed to have a reg
ular and normal evacuation daily. A lady who for
years suffered from nervous asthma, and who had
been compelled to go up stairs slowly and with fre
quent rests, foundAgreat relief from the very first
dose. A broker who had been subjected to exces
sive nervous strain, and was in consequence unable
to eat or sleep well, was becoming very weak and
emaciated. He greatly feared he would be obliged
to relinquish business for a neriod of entire rest.
All his symptoms were immediately cured, and he
went on with his affairs as usual. A lady, aged
fifty-five, has diabetes. Since taking Coca with her
meals she has improved wonderfully, being almost
entirely relieved of her former "sinking spells,"
thirst and constipation. A lady suffered for thir
teen years with severe nervous headaches. They
at first recurred every two weeks and finally every
two days. She describes them as so violent that she
would rather die than live. Three weeks after be
ginning the Coca she reports: "I have had but one
slight attack, and I am so much stronger and better
that I feel sure I shall be cured." Many instances
of nervous headache, neurasthenia and. neuralgia
have been reported to me as cured by the Coca when
an tne nsuai narcotics, tomes ana anodynes hav
xaiieato aitoraj-eiier.
132 Henry Street, Brooklyn.
To the LiEBia Company:
Your preparation of Coca is the best I have ever
seen. w. s. S-eiakle, m. d.
WHAT IS COCA !
The first reolv is that it is not Cocoa.
COMMODORE GIBBON (United States Exploring
iLixptmiLiuu ui Liit; jiiiiti.uii; saysi a ne lihxi ntts
properties so marvelous that it enables the Indians,
without any other nourishment the while, to per
form forced marches of five or six days. It is so
bracing, stimulant and tonic, that by the use of it
aione tney win penorm journeys or auu miles witn
out appearing in the least fatigued."
PROFESSOR GRAZELLA, of the Royal Univer
sity of Seville, says: "Coca seems to prolong life:
longevity among its usei-s is the rule, and not, as
with us, the exception. They are also freer from
disease."
PROFESSOR J. J. VAN TSHUDI ("Travels in
Peru") says: "Setting aside all extravaeant and
visionary notices, I am clearly of the opinion that
the use of Coca is very'conducive to health and lon
gevity. In support of this conclusion, I may refer
to the numerous examples of longevity among the
Indians, who, from boyhood, have been in the habit
ot masticating coca tnree times a aay. cases are
not infrequent of Indians attaining the great ae-e of
130 years, and these men, at the ordinary rate of
consumption, must in the course of their lives have
cnewea not less tnan a,uu pounds of the leaf, and
retained the most perfect health and vigor."
I tried Liebig Co.'s Coca Beef Tonic in a number
of cases of chronic dyspepsia where the assimilation
of food was very defective and there was steady
loss of weight. The results obtained in two weeks
were indeed flattering. One patient gained five
pounus, anotner tnree, ana so on.
J. C. LeHardy, M. D., Savannah,
President Med. Society of Georgia, etc., etc.
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MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS,
NEW YORK, PARIS AND LONDON.
NEW YORK DEPOT, 38 MURRAY ST.
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also shall he Reap.
Selfishness, Dishonesty and Low
Grade of Orocerles and Heats
Cannot be found at
J. A. WRIGHT'S,
748 State Street, Werwin's Block
Artesian Wells
And water supply for manufacturing and domestic
purposes. I am prepared to contract for these
jeai im uriAtiLiES u. ukajnt, KocKvuie, ut.
MRS. M. E. COWLES, WL. !.,
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
93 Olive Street.
Office hours 10 to 12 and 11 to 4. m!5 3m
VAULTS AD CESSPOOLS.
Be sure your Vaults and Cess
pools are m good condition De
fore hot weather gets here. Send
your aaaress to
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P. O. BOX 275 CITY, OR MAY BE LEFT AT R.
B. BRADDEY CO.'S, 408 State street, ROBT
VEITCH & SON'S, 974 Chapel street. m!5
E. D. HENDEE,
-SUCCESSOR TO
W. D. BRYAN,
CUSTOM TAILOR,
SO. 127 CHURCH ST.
ROCKAWAY OYSTERS, SCOLLOPS,
Soft and Hard Shell Crabs, Sea Bass, Salmon, Bhie-
nsn, iak6 wnite, Man out. tsworansn, .rercn, juacK
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CHARLES REED'S,
OPPOSITE THE l'OSTOFFICK.
MRS. J. J. CLARK,
Clairvoyant,
. Is now at Lake Pleasant, Montague Co., Mass.
one will return to this city in tjeptemoer.
All letters addressed as above will receive prompt
attention. ' jylo
FLOOR. FLOUR.
BEST NEW PROCESS
$6.75 PER BARREL.
HARRY LEIGH,
670 Chapel Street.
Connected by telephone.
j!8
CHARLES S. HAMILTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
YALE BANK BUILDING,
CORNER CHAPEL AND STATE STS,
Notary Public. New Haven, Conn.
ap6tf .
E. P. AllVINE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Rooms 9 and 11, 69 Chureh St.
JOHNSTON'S
PREPARED OLSOMINE
In white and all other desirable
tints.
The Best and Cheapest in the
Market.
A Large Assortment of
WHITEWASH BRUSHES,
Varying in price from 50c up
wards.
MASURY'S CELEBRATED
RAILROAD COLORS
AND
AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT,
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Prime Meats, Vegetables, Etc.
7 and 9 Church Street.
X. R. Regiimiiig June 1
we shall make daily trips
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LOWEST PRICES
IN THE CITY.
FOSKETT & BISHOP,
BRANCH STOKE,
462 STATE STREET,
Opposite our Old Stand.
my 10 3m
ghait's specific itiemcine.
TRADE MARK Th. Gbsat e-cgiTRADS MARK
Remedy. An unfailing
cure for Seminal Weak
neaa, Spermatorrhrea, Im
potencv, and all Disease!
that follow as a wqnence
of Self-Abuse; as loss of
Memory, Universal las
situde, Pain in the Back.
Dimnefs of Vi won .Prema
ture Old Age, and many
other diaaeB ihatleadto'
Imumilv or Cons oration
ErDRETIMfi.""tre't" G"""-TEB TARING,
Bewarx of advertisements to refund money, when druggists iron
whom the medicine is nocgni do scr ekftino, dui re er you 10 wi
manufacturers, and the requirement J-e inch thnt they are felihjsi,
vie, complied with. See their written guarantee. A trial of one sir.
zle package of Gray s spec'-tic w.ll convince tbtt mot skeptical of ;i
On aacou.it of counterfeits, we bare adopted the Ytllow Wrapper j'.fc.
on iv ejiume.
1"?Tti11 particulars in oor pamphlet, which wedr-slreto send fw .
At $1 per package, or sixprkagesi'crt.s, or will be lentfrce by mail
ifat receipt of the inoncv, hv adiinss'i.g
The Gray Medicine Co., Buffalo, N, Y
SOI Blf RICHARDSON & CO,,
V.Z17 HAVE 17, COHN.
) See that the children
maintain tneir vig-or in
tne summer months.
Ritlere's Food will do it.
:lf your child has anv
symptoms of dysentery.
or any trouoie or tne
bowels, commence
Ridge's Food as a diet
without delay. Unless
the trouble has become
chronic, requiring med
iical aid, it will correct
the difficultr: and. as a
klietic in sickness, it is
invaluable. A physician of large practice says: "It
has never failed me and I have never lost a child by
diarrhoea or cholera mtantum. in cans, .-sac ana
upwards. jyd lin
WU SMI tin Pollic Buy
Pratt's Astral Oil ?
Because it is a perfectly safe ami
uniformly good article, and can
always be depended on as such
According to the best calculation
if inferior Oil is used, an ordinary
family could not save more than
seventy-five cents to one dollar
on the consumption of an entire
year. Why, then, should any
risk, be taken in the choice of a
Jburning oil when Pratt's Astral
can be obtained for so small a
cost?
PRATT MANUFACTURING CO
NEW YORK'CITY.
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers.
FOR SALE BY
KIMBERLY, STODDARD & CO,
WHOLESALE DEALERS,
New Haven. Conn.
The Astral is particularly adapted for use in Oil
Stoves, on account of its absolute safety and free
dom irom oaor. jjHttstiwn
IBEITORK.V ( AFTER. 1
ELECTRO-VOLTAIC BELT and other Electric
Appliances are sent on SO Days Trial TO
JIEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD, who are suffer
ing from Nervous Debility, Lost Vitality,
Wasting Weaknesses, and aU those diseases of a
Personal Naturk, resulting from Abuses and
Other Causes. Speedy relief and complete
restoration to ITealth, Vigor end Manhood
Guaranteed. Send at once for Illustrated
Pamphlet free. Address
VOLTATC BELT CO., Marshall. Mich.
SOLAR
'Are the CHEAPEST
and BEST for CHIL-
DRRN. Nona eemiine without
trade-mark and ?obmMtjnifi.l
& Co." on sole of each pair. FIT
PERFECTLY, Look Wire,
GiveCm fr.Outwea.r others
Thii i'StHi Ran in Cirnrd
S allege, Philadelphia, all WEAR THEM, and
eir Guardians will hare NO OTHER MAKE.
I- i I V K SOLAR TIP SHOES A TRIAJU
3- Sold tr tUl reputable aealera. n
W. A Strong,
DENTIST,
6 Iloadley Building
(Onn. Postofflce.)
OFFICE HOUKS 7:30 a. IU. to 8 P.m. Sun-
daya. 9 to 1 1 a. in.
Another Reduction.
THE New Haven Butter Store has again reduced
to a GTVAt extent, the Rntter to such a Drice that
everybody must be satisfied with the price and qual
ity. Our trade has increased largely. Weeansave
everybody 5 cents on the pound. Stores, hotels and
restaurants can be supplied by the tub or greater
quantity. Fresh Eggs as lew as the lowest in market
at wholesale and retail.
116 Congress Avenue.
Oxford Chalybeate Water.
f f..p nF.-,l SZnrinrr U'iltpr m&V be left at
A hu.nui XTnll nl r.T.l etrwt.. Tt will be
found efficacious in diseases of the skin, kidneys and
liver and a tonic in cases of general debility.
ma 4mo
SEASONABLE ARTICLES,
"TTIOR Excursions, Picnics, and aehting -arnes.
ii tirni nf nannoA nnd Potted Meats. Fruits.
Preserves, Fancy Groceries and Table Delicacies, in
cluding Mineral Waters, Wine and Bottled Goods
generally. EDW. E. HALL & SON,
tri AAB ror Man. Quick, mar., ut .
VIGOR ClV AJ.I1C7, 100 Fulton St, N.w Tort.
f DR. t
IL IBTES Jg I
nrr. m
SHOES
Jill
WrZtilvoziSLs.
New Haven and Derby Railroad.
Train Arrangement commencing July 16, 1884.
LEAVE NEW HAVEN
At 7:00 and 9:50 a. m., 2:00, 5:45, 6:20 p. m. Satur
days at ll:uu p. m.
LEAVE ANSONIA
At 6:S5, 9:05 and 11:40 a. m., 3:iS and 7:31 p. m.
Connections are made at Ansonia -with passenger
trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Haven
with the principal trains of other roads centering
there. E. S. QUINTAED, Sup't.
New Haven, July It.. 1W4.
Philadelphia and Reading R. R.,
(BOUND BROOK ROUTE.)
FOR TRENTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
Station in New York, foot of Liberty Street, North
xtiver.
COMMENCING JUNE 22, 1HVI.
Leave New York for Trenton and Philadelphia
4:00, T:, 9:30, 11:15 a. m., 1:30, 4:00, 4:30, 5:30,7:00
and 12:00 p. m. Sundays 8:45 a. m.. 5:30, 12:00 p. m.
For Sunbury, Lewisburg and Williamsport, 7:45 a
m. and 4 p. m. Drawing Room Cars on all day
trains and bleeping cars on night trams.
Leave Philadelphia, corner Ninth and Greene
streets, 7:30, 8:30, 9:30, 11:00 a. n.., 1:, 3:45, 5:40,
6:45, 12:00 p.m. Sundays 8:30 a. m., 5:30, 12:00 Jn.
Leave 3d and Berks sts. 5:10, 8:20, 9:00, 10:30 a. m.,
1, 3:30, 5:20, 0:30 p. m. Sundays 8:15a. m., 4:30 p. m.
Leave Trenton, Warren and Tucker streets, 1:25,
0:20, 8:03, 9:00, 10:08, 11:35 a. m., 1:54, 4:23, 6:24, 7:28
p. m. Sundays 1:25, 9:18 a. m., 6:15 p. m.
C. G. HANCOCK. H. P. BALDWIN,
G. Jr. & T. A., f inlaaeipnia, lien. East. Pas. Agt,
is ew i ork.
J. E. WOTTEN, Gen. Manager.
aulStf
Housatonic Railroad.
COMMENCING JUNE, 16, 1884.
Trains Leave New Haven via N. Y., N. H. & H.
R. R. at 9:30 a. m. and 4:07 p. m., connecting at
Bridgeport for Pittsneld and intermediate stations.
Albany via State Line and Saratoga. New York
Limited Express leaves Bridgeport at 5:25 p. i
arrives at Pittsfleld at 8:30 p. m., connecting for
aonn Auains. arriving ai y:o p. in.
1. D. AV tSKlLL. General Ticket Agent.
W. H. YEOMANS, Superintendent.
General Offices, Bridgeport, Conn.
IF YOU ARE GOING
WEST OK SOUTH
TRAVEL BY THE
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
Xlae Best Railroad in the World.
4 DAILY KY PRESS TRAINS TO THE WEST.
AdpIv for tickets and full information to .T. X.
States, ticket agent, X. Y., X. H. & H. R. R.. New
Haven. ie7
IVaugatuck Railroad.
COMMENCING JULY 17th, 1S4, trains leave
New Haven via N H. & D. K. K., connecting with
this road at
:00 a. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger
iiaiu iui lirtw.iuuij, jiiinnriia ouu vi in
stead. 9:50 a. m. Through car forWaterbury, Watertown,
Litchfield, Winsted.
:00 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger
train ior waternury.
5:45 p. m. Through car f or Waterbury , "Watertown,
j,iTcnnem, . instea.
6:30 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia for Waterburr.
UK-Nfc-w hav-Trains leave winsted: :iu
m., 1 :K p. m., with through car, and at 5:35 p. m,
'lKAl.X&LtAVJi AliKiljK Al :3U a. m
8:2( a. nu, through car. 10:50 a. m., 3:44 p.m.
through car, G:45 p. m.
GEORGE W. BEACH, Supt.
Bridgeport, July 17, 1884.
Hew HaYenancl HorQiampton Railroad.
t Eastern Standard Time.
Commencing June 30tli, 18S4.
Leave
New York.
New Haven,
Plainville,
Arrive
N. Hartford,
"Westfleld,
Holyoke,
Northampton,
wnUamsb'rc,
So.Deernelrt,
Turner's F'ls,
Eliel. Falls,
No. Adams.
8.00 a. In.
2.00p.m. 4.80 p.m.
7.15 a.m. 10.25
4.10
6.25
S.15
11.20 "
4.5S
I
5.47
5.5-1
6.50
6.25
7.24
6.45
7.06
7.11
7.59
S.25
10.30
9.53
7.18
9.03
9.19
10.18
9.55
10.16
10.16
10.45
10.42
1.10 p.m.
12.23 "
12.49 "
12.53 "
1.22 "
1.19
2.01 "
1.45 "
2 83 "
2.59
4.55 "
6.45 "
80S
8.25
8.58
9.20
11.30
"Wiltinmstown. 11.45
Saratoga, S20p.m
Troy, 2.15 "
Leave
Troy,
Saratoga,
"Willi amstown.
No. Adams, '
Shel. FallB.
7.45 a.m. 1.28pjn.
9.45 "
11.40 " 8.45 "
45 a.m. 12.25 p.m. 4.10 "
.35 " 1.14 5.00 " '
Turner's F'ls.
So. DeerfleUI.
wiiiiamsb'rB, 6.15 a.m.
North ampt'n, 6.34 "
Holyoke, 6.45 "
Westfleld. 1.09 "
8.35 "
9.00 "
8.30 "
9.20 "
8.56 "
9.55 "
9.15 "
109 "
11.52
2.20 p.m,
12.55 " 4.40 "
1.41 " 5.25 "
10.40 a.m. 5.20
2.06 p.m. 5.49
2.10
2.83
5.9)
6.26
6.40
753
10.30
N. Hartford, 7.30
2.55
8.45
4.40
7.20
Plainville,
New Haven,
New York,
8.15
9.17
11.45
S. B. OPOVKf, Jr., Snpt.
Sew York, Xcw. Haven &, Hart
ford It. It., June 15, IS 1.
TRAINS LEAVE NEW HAVEN AS FOLLOWS
FOR NEW YORK 3..W. 4:18, -l:38, 5:15, 6:30, 7:30
8:10. 8:30. 0:30. 10:40. l-:00 noon. (1:00 t). m
way train to Stamford l, 1:30, 2:30. 3:50(4:07
way to htamtoru. tnence x. to jNew York).
.":07, 5:43, 7:10, 7:15 milk train with pass, ac
commodation stops at all stations except Glen-
brook, Sound Beach. Cos Cob, Harrison, Larch
mont and Pelhamville. (8:00 way to Bridgeport),
8:38. n m., y:20 p. m., wav train tor Stam
ford, stops at all stations except West Haven.
Sundays, a:os, 4:ip, s:uu a. m., a:ou, :n
8:38 p. m.
WASHINGTON NIGHT EXPRESS VIA HARLEM
RIVER Leaves at 11 :50 p. m. daily, stops at
jmitora, Bridgeport, boutti rsorwalkaua tatani-
iora.
FOR BOSTON VIA SPRINGFIELD 1 :03 night.
6:52.8:00, 11:05 a. m.. 1:16, 3:13, 6:30 p. m.
Kundavs. 1:03 night. :36 u. m.
WHITE MOUNTAIN EXPRESS 11 :05 a. m. through
cars tor tne u nite Mountains on tmstrain.
FOR MONTREAL via Conn. Kiver and C. V. R. R
11:05. a. m.. 6:20 p. m. daily except Sunday.
FOR BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PROVI
DENCE 12:45 night, 10:25 a. m., fast express
(3:15 Newport Express, goes no farther than
Providence), 4:10 p. m. Fast Express, Sundays
12:45 night.
FOR BOSTON VIA HARTFORD AND N. Y. & N.
E. R. R. 3:30 a. m. dailv.
FOR H ARTFORD, SPRINGFIELD AND MERIDEN,
ETC. 13:15 night, 1:03 night (2:30 a. m to
Hartford, 6:59, 8:00, 10:S5, 11:05 a. m., 13:10
noon, 1:10. 3:13. 4:50 (5:55 to Hartford), 6:36,
8:13 p. m. Sundavs 1:03 ight, 0:36 p. m.
FOR NEW LONDON, ETC1 13:45 night, 7:55
(this train connects with steamboat at New Lon
don for Block Island), 10:25, 10:a5 a. m., 3:15,
4:10, 5:05, 6:18 p.m. (9:00 p.m. train to Guil
ford goes no farther.) Sundays 13:45 night.
VIA B. & N. Y. AIR LINE DIVISION for Middle
town, Willimantic, Etc. Leave New Haven for
all stations at 8:15 a. m., 1:35, 6:30 p. m. Con
nect at Middletown with Conn. Valley R. R.,
and at Willimantic with N. Y. & N. E. and N. L.
& N. R. R., at Turnervilie with Colchester
Branch. Trains arrive in Jsew Haven at 8:00 a.
m., 1:33, 8:39 p.m.
E. M. REED, Vice President,
Express trains.
tLocal Express.
THE KEASONVHY
THE "SEAL. OF XORTH CAROLINA."
PLUG CUT
Is the favorite Smokine: Tbaceo of connoisseurs:
Because it is the best. It is selected with the grre.it
est care from the best Tobacco prown in Ciranville
County, North Carolina, and stored away two years
Derore it is manufactured. or saie oy an aeaiers.
nKiLK(jr. bkus., m anutacturers,
Investment Securities
Sound and reliable Ten Per Cent. County and other
kTCiJ DCS) OKTIklT Sold at a discount to large
Itrf I til VLH I and small investors. Far
Pill EluAllfl ticuiars upon application,
ftrAIiniTirO DealerH.
dCvUm I ICO Denver, Colorado.
References: Mercantile Agencies and Denver Banks,
FOR SALESTORE & FARM
THE STOKE PROPERTY consists of good frame
buildings conveniently arranged tor tne mercantile
business and stock or merenamuseaoout o,uw, wnu
well established custom for past tourteen years:
books shown; annual profits handsome and satis
factory, not. less than S3..i00 anv vear.
THE FARM attached to this property contains
about 125 acres, half under excellent railing and in
fine condition, remainder woodland.
THE DWELLINti HOUSE, situated near the
store, is large, new and conveniently built of the
best material: fish and oysters are near and abun
dant, this property being only one and a half miles
from Rappahannock River in Essex County, Va.,
and easily reached by Weem's line of steamers from
Baltimore, Mil.
For the ournoses of conducting the mercantile
business, farming or planting oysters, or the three
combined, and having a pleasant and healthy home,
there is no superior location; terms liberal. For
further particulars apply to B. L. FARINHOLT,
Montague t. v., Jssex io.. a.
Safe Investments for Money
7 PER CENT. FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS
on improved farms in Ohio and Indiana, worth three
or more times me uiiiuluil juaiieu, 111 a i iu, agi r
cultural region; in the midst of railroads, school
houses, turnpikes, permanent improvements all
calculated to make laud good security. No losses
in twelve years' experience. No expense to the
lender. Interest semi-annually. uver iorcy years
resR'.L'nee. For full information write to us.
J. DICKINSON e CO., Kicnmona, inu.
LOWELL'S
Patent Cuff-I
Holder and Button.
This admirable invention is fast gaining popular
ity-. With it you can put cuffs on: ana on instantly,
and without rising the coat-sleeves. Ask for
I.mTI.T.'S OTTIl K-A 11.1 LSTl.Mi UUff-HULUfiK
and take no ot her. For sale at all Gents' Furnishing
Stores. Retai! 3.5 cents per pair. Address '!;
LOWELL MINIFACTIBISIC CO., Of
flee 40 Bedford Street, Room (i, Boton, lHa.
rrio ADVERTISERS Lowest ratesfor Advertising
I jn 7u good pnewspaers senL iree. Auaress
Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 10 Spruce at. JN. Y
jlOeodawlm
Flows from the Maximum Mineral Fountain of Sara
toga Springs, and is in the opinion-of the most emi
nent medical men Nature's Sovereign Cure for Con
stipation, Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver, Inactive Condi
tions of the Kidneys, and a most salutary alterative
in scrofulous affections. With ladies, c-entlemen
and bon vivants everywhere it has become the
standard of dietary expedients, fortifying the diges
tive functions and enabling free livers to indulge
with impunity at the table. The world of wealth,
intelligence and refinement testifies to its snxrkiino-
naturally pure and delightful qualities as the bev
erage incomparable, and accredit it with being the
surest and spediest source of their clear complex
ions, 'high and exuberant spirits. HA THORN
SPRING WATER is sold only in glass bottles; four
dozen pints are packed in a case. It may be ob
tained at all hotels, and of druggists, wine mer
chantman d grocers everywhere. my2
R. G. RUSSELL,
No. 858 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn
NEW HAVEHSTEAMBOAT CO-
DAILY LINE FOR NEW YORK.
rare gl, Including Bcrtli.
TICKETS FOR THE ROUND TRIP $1 50
The steamer C. H. Nrm-ronr .
Peck, will leave Kew Haven ai iPp , sun:
(toys excepted. Staterooms sold at ofltce of" Peck
& Bishop, 702 Chapel street, and at Klock's Ilriilr
Store, corner of Chanel anrl Church streets.
Steamer CONTINENTAL, Captain Stevens leave
New Haven at 10:15. Sundays excepted '
,f '""-,cw iiiev;. n.nuKihAM eaves Peek
Slip at 3 p. m., CONTINENTAL nt 11 o'clock p i
Sundays excepted Saturday night at 13 o'clock
midnight.
Sunday Kiglit Boat for cw York
The Steamer NEW HAVEN. Captain Walter C
Post, leaves New Haven at 10:30 p. m. State rooms
sold at the Elliot House. Free Stage from Insur
ance Building, Chapel street, commencing at 9 p. m
, . V, .r' , "tSKitKcciiecKeuuiroiienio i'lnl
adelpnia (both routes), Baltimore and Washington
al5 TATttU- nArT
-.... ... ,.., AKflll.
TO AND FK03I NEW YORK
SUIVDAY BOAT.
Commencing Sunday, July 13.
THE Steamer Elm City will leave New Haven at
it o clock a. m.. retumino- r- T.'-t- f..
Peck slip, E K., at 11 p. ni., arriving at New Haven
at an early nour Monday morning. jvTtf
ANCHOR LIEE,
U. S. MAIL STEAMSHIPS
Sail from New York vuv KutnnUi- r.-
GLASGOW via LONDON littliRV
Cabin Passage $t!0 to SS0. Second Class S ir. Steer
age, Passge (to or from) Sir,.
Liverpool and
Queenstown Service
From Pier No. 41. N. R., New York
CITY OF ROME sails Aug. 9, Sep ii Oct 4
AUSTRAL sails Aug. 1, Sept. Si!.'
Superb accommodations for all claws of .
gers.
Cabin passage SCO to S100. according to accommo
dations. Second Class S40. Steerage as above
For passage, Cabin Plans, Book of Rates, etc., ap-
HENDERSON BROTHERS. New York-
Ob EDWARD DOWNES. soil Chapel Street
BUNNELL & SCRANTON, (i Chapel St.
je'28
ItnllOllill I.11IO of MCHlltNlllps,
betwekn new york. liverpool. queens
Town and London direcet.
Sailing weekly from Pier 39, North River, New
York, are among the largest steamships crossing
the Atlantic. Cabin rates, S-Vl to ?100: Excursions
at special rates; outward steerage S17, and pre
paid steerage tickets $19. "Being $4 lower than
most other lines." New steamship America's firs
trip to New York, 6 davs. 15 hours and 41 minutes
F. W. J. HURST, Manager.
Agents at New Haven, BUNNELL SCRAXTt IN
W. FITZPATRICK, A. MCVI.ISTER, GEORGE
M. DOWNES & SON, E. DOWSES. all fflt
STARIN'S LINE.
Iailj- Except Saturday.
Leave New Haven from Starin s Dock at 10:15 p.
m. The JOHN H. STARIN. Captain McAlister
every Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday. The ERAS
TUS CORNING. Captain Spoor, every Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
Returning leave New York from Pier IS. foot o(
Cortlandt street, at 9 p. m. the STARIN everv
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: the CORNINl'i
every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The onlv
Sunday night boat from New York. " g"r-''-
Fare, with berth in cabin. Sl : stateroom SI. Ex'
cursion tickets SI '50.
Free Coach leaves the depot on arrival of Hart
ford train. Leaves corner of Church and Chapel
streets every half hour, commencing at ::M p. in.
Tickets and State Rooms can lie purchased nt L.
E. Ryder's, No. 276 Chapel street, at the Tontin
Hotel, or of the Downes News Co.. X1 Chapel street
and at the International Exchange. :il Center street
C. M. CONKLIN. Agent,
ni20 New Haven. Conn.
Dr. John L Lyon's
Grand Medical and Sarlcal Offic. -
THE old reliable, most celebrated, skillful an
accesafurl physician in this country, permanent
lj loatd in New Haven iince May, 1H54. takes plea
lire in announcing to the citizens of tlie Unite
State and elMwtaan that he has removed his officf
from 115 Chapel street to 49 Cliurch atreet.
Kom II, Hoadley Building, opposite th
Poitomct, up OR flight of Btaira ; en
trance either at 49 Clinrcn street or 67
Crtwn street, where the afflicted cm consult hla
in private upon all diseases that ilea1! ia heir to fron
I m. to 9 p. m. 1 r. Lyon will continue as heretofore
to treat all diseases of every name and nature witl
that marvelo-ts success which long y.ara of experi
ence hss given him Thousands of testimonials fron
grateful patients snatched from the brink of ihi
grave now rejoicing In the perfoctkn of health attes.
the unerring skill of Dr. Lyon. He especially invitaf
those whose diseases under other methods of troat
ment have remained intractlve to call upon him
Visit him and he will at once describe your condition
Perhaps you would liave been cured if your physiolaf
had understood your case.
If you have tried '.or health and failed It is no rt
son why you should not try aeain. Health Is pre
clous to all and If he cannot relievo your case he wil
tell you so. He oan refer yon to many, perhaps worm
than yea re, that were given up by their phyBicianf
and friends, who now eajoy good health. He will de
scribe your case so Nearly that you will know he per
fectly understands your disease. It Is something at
great Importance to you, although very easily accom
plished by him, though no more wonderful than true.
It is only the startina point to health for the physi
cian to understand your d'aease. and then administel
Hi simple remedy to remove that disease. Come, h!
will do yon good. Vou may be faithless, fie wil
give you faith by Mb perfect knowledge of your dis
ease. Come ; he will remove that cough, pain in thi
head, side and back; remove that cold, sinking o:
burning at the stomach, -tiff Joints, rheumatism
gout, fever, sores, cancers, salt iheum, erysipelas
scald head and all bad Rumors, with hi vegetable
medicines.
Persons at a distance may oocsult Dr. Lyon oy e
ter (post-paid), describing their caee, and havo medl
clues securely put up and forwarded by express U
any part of the United States with full and expliotl
directions for n-a Offl-G arranged with separat
apartmeats so that patients see nono but the doctor
The following are some of the diseases which Dr.
Lyon successfully treats : Coughs, colds, consump
tion, bronchitis, asthma, sore throats, liver com
plaint, kidney complaint, scrofula, erysipelas, sail
rheum, cancer, tumors, rheumatis o chronic and ia
fiammatory dropsy and piles -blind and bleeding
and all hnmors and eruptions of the blood and skin
He challenges the world to surpass him in cleanslnf
the blood and entire system of all impurities, i
class of diseases from the effects of which thousandr
and tens of thousands go to a premature grave, i
radically and permanently cured by Br. Lyon. Hlc
success in this class of ailments is not only gratify
ing bt simply wonderful. The patient after puttinf
himself or herself under the doctor s treatment com
mences to improve at once, aad the sallow complex
ion and cadaverous appearance is succeeded by t
rosy cheeked hue of health. Therefore if you suffe.
from any of the following complaints hasten at ono
to the office of Dr. Lyon. Spermatorrhea or involun
tary seminal emissions, seminai weakness, and everj
species of genital irritability, gonorrhea, syphlllls
gleet, prolapsus uteri or fal ing of the womb, lecoor
rhea or whites, and other alarming and painful com
plaint's incidental to both sexes.
To Fimalss The diseases peculiar to females
caused by weakness, deformity, disease and f rot
taking cold, suppression, irrepnlaritiea, painful an
Imperfect menstruation, prolarsu" uteri or falling oi
me womb speedily, and effectually cured, rjonsuTcar
tion free. Advice and medicine given iu all diseases
for $1 or more, according to the severity of the case.
If you wish to communicate by letter, state fully your
disease, your age, symptoms, duration of illness, sum
nosed cause and whether married or sincle. and in all
cases the most Inviolable secresy may be relied npeU
Enclose a stamp for return poBtageand address all
Co mmunicat ions to or call upon Dr. J. I , Lyon, 49
Churoh street. New Haven, Conn.
Appended are a few testimonials. Want1 of space
forbids the publish i net of more. Their names will be
cheerfully given to those desiring them by calling at
the doctor's office. Case one is that ef a lady whsj
was pronounced by three of the most prominent phy
sicians of her native city to be In the last stage mt
consumption, and told that her case was helpless an4
hopeless. After being restored to sound health by
Dr. Lyon she sent the following letter, earnestly re-
g nesting that it should be published in the hope tha
; might reach others similarly afflicted:
10 all who may oe axmccea wiin .nas oomnun an
ise, consumption, or any weakness of the lungs. I
would anneal to them to immediately consult Dr
John L. Lyon, of New Haven, Conn., feeling su
that by so doing they may be restored to health. F
several years I was troubled with a cough, hemo
rhaee of the longs and the usual symptoms of coi.
sumption. I consulted and was treated by some ol
the most eminent pnysicians tne count y anoraea
without derivlne anv permanent benefit whatever.
In the spring of 18G3 the disease made such rapid
progress that nay attending physician and friends
gave np all hopes of my recovery. On the 16th of
May, 18&3, I consulted the above naixed doctor. I
was at that time reduced to a perfect wreck of my
former self, couyhing incessantly, and it would seem
just on the verge ot the grave. After the usual ex
amination he kindly but plainly Informed me as oth
ers had done, that my disease was Incurable ; that X
had but a few months to live. Having great confi
dence in his skill, I insisted upon his treating my
0&Ma He did so and with astonishing success. Is
twenty days from the time I commenced the use a
hia medffttnee mv sough was less frequent, I suffered
no more from hemorrhage of the lungs, and fiay b?
day found the terrifying symptoms of oocsTtmptton
disappearing, and was gradually regaining health. I
was treated by him one year at the end of that tim
I nan tralv sr I was restored te perfect health. It
Is now March, 1865, and no symptoms of the disease
are felt. Z harve reason to feel sure that I shall suCCei
no return of the disease, and It Is not only a pleas
ure to me. bnt a duty X feel that X owe to hsndreds ei
sufferers who are being dally carried to the grave bj
oonsumptlon, to mrge upon them the necessity
seeking relief where it may be fonnd.
very respeouuuy, if, At. n.
The lady who wrote the forecolnz continues in tw
fct health.
The following Is an extract from a letter xecelve;
from a patieet treats end oared of seminal weak
ss:
Da. Lvov Dear Blr It Is tmnossibl? fo sne to ful
ly express my gratitude to you concerning the effeci
wmcn your medicine nas produced noon my bjbwui
I have lust finished the medicine you put up form
and oan truthfully ssy that I fool m differont being.
My appetite is very regular and I am not troubled
with that dnll headache that I once had. and sleep
never was eo refreshing, as I am not distuibed with
dreams. Before I came to you it was difficult for me
to confine my thoughts for any length of time to any
subject, undoubtedly owing to that complaint, and
the contrast is quite noticeable. If I ever know on
troubled with that oomplaint I shall immediately di
rect them to you as an effectual means of sua cubs
fer it seems to me that I almost owe my life to you,
for if it had been allowed to grow upon me the time
could not have been far distant when that Incurable
disease (oonsumptlon) woold have been deeply seated
In my system. Please accept my sincere thanks m
our treatment thus far, x rm-m -
I. S. MIIXER, M. D.,
31S til ape I sircei, nenvcen wr-
ange and Church Streets.
Residence, - - Tontine Hotel
KEW IIAVEX, COX.
OFFICE HOURS 8 to 12 a. m., 8 to 0 p. !-. 7
. m.
UNDAY 9 to 10 a. m., 5 to 6 p. m. m"
has beea detailed to look out for this gang
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