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. Ask the most eminent physician
Of any school what is the beet thing in the
world for quieting and allaying all irritation
of the nerves and curing all forms of nervous
complaints, giving natural, childlike re
freshing sleep always I
And they will tell you unhesitatingly
"Some form of Hops !" ..
Ask any or all of the most eminent physi
cians: "What is the best and only remedy that
can be relied on to cure all diseases of the
kidneys and urinary organs; such as Bright's
disease, diabetes, retention; or inability to
retain the urine, and all the diseases and ail
ments peculiar to women."
And they will tell you explicitly and em
Ask the same physicians
"What is the most reliable and surest cure
for all liver diseases or dyspepsia, constipa
tion, indigestion, biliousness, malaria, fever,
ague, &c," and they will tell you :
Mandrake t or Dandelion !
Hence, when these remedies are combined with
others equally valuable
And compounded into Hop Bitters, such a won
derful and mysterious curative power is developed,
which is so varied in its operations that no disease
or ill-health can possibly exist or resist it power,
and yet it is
Harmless for the most frail woman, weakest in:
valid or smallest child to use.
"Almost dead-or ntearly dying
For years, and given up by physicians, of
Bright's and other kidney diseases, liver
complaints, severe coughs, called consump
tion, have been cured.
- Women gone .nearly crazy !
From agony of neuralgia, nervousness,
wakefulness, and various diseases peculiar to
People drawn out of shane from erarnniatinv
pangs of rheumatism, inflammatory and chronic.
KM BUllOTUlfE 1 1 Jiil SCrOXUlA.
Salt rheum, blood poisoning, dyspepsia, indiges
tion, and, in fact, almost all diseases frail
jNacure is neir to
Have been cured by Hop Bitters, proof of which
can be found in every neighborhi
None genuine without a bunch of green Hops
on the white label. Shun all the vile, poisonous stuff
with "Hop' or "Hops" in their name. oclSeod&w -
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IS PERFECTION l I
"Pnllio Benefactress. Mm s. .
A. Allev has justly earned this title, -.
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vsr a fine head of hair produced by
fDCr unequaled preparation for restor
ing, invigorating, and beautifying the
Hair. Her World's Hair Restorer .
juickiy cleanses the scalp, removing
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- hair, if gray, is changed to its natural "
color, giving it the same vitality and
luxurioHS quantity as in youth.
hair is now restored to its
youthful color; I have not -&
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 rhe,
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 ft." -'That k the
- , -- expression of many who, have had
. . thcit gray hair restored to its natural
color, and their bald spot coveted
with hair, after mine one bottle of
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. Rcsrossa.. It is not a dye. ... , -
fv.M'BI.'W ' i
ttte Ctin oritl(9fay u.4 LtVtr Com
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To women who suffer from any of the ills peti
Itax to their sex it fa aw unfailing friend. All
1rnfrgi t One Dollar a bottle or addraM Dr.
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a guhe Fdn anisVEL.
A Common and Painful Complaint A
Statement Yon ITIny Confide In.
It seems to have been reserved for Dr. DavM irn
nedy, of Kondout, N. Y., to acoomplixh, through his
vreLumiiuu wiueiv Known as & D X 'B Jt'A
VOKITE REMEDY, whatothers have failed to com
mas. The subjoined letter will ba found nf vitAj in
terestto sufferers from gravel, and to the general
. ALBasrr, March X), 1884.
Dr. David Kennedy. Rondout. N. Y. : -t
Dear Sir Let me tell you frankly that I have
never been partial to proprietary medicines, as I be
lieve the majority of them to be nothing better
suffering makes ready to catch at any hope
-lief. They are mean cheats and
vour Favorite Kemedv I know fro
lence to be a totally different thing. I have been a
sufferer from gravel for years, and had resorted tc
many eminent physicians for relief, but nn nwm.
nent good came of it. About three years aa-o vour
FAVORITE REMEDY was recommended to me. 1
can srtve you the result In a sentence: I tried it and
- It, cured me completely. I am confident it saved mr
t Vm o,. n If v, .t,inb- i
. , Yours, etc., NATHAN ACKLEY.
Captain Nathan Ackley was for along time con
nected with the Canal ADnraiser'a office In An.n.
He is well known and writes for no purpose but to
do good to others.
As a medicine for an disease of the Blood. Liver
ruanevs ana aizestive organs K.KNN ED Y'S FA VOB
ITE Hrl&tZDx has fairly won its high reputation.
write u aesiraoie to m. uavl Kennedy, - Kondout,
a. , ocveoaawu
BIllS. JT. J. CLARK, I ?
- - The great business test and healing medium, SS8
Crown street, continues to astonish hundreds in this
city by her Clairvoyant powers.- Mrs. Clark locates
disease! without asking questions, and indicates the
appropriate remedy. She compounds vegetable
medicines from roots, bark sand herbs, which have
a uritriHing curauve errect. if. ours from v to 13 a.
an., and to 4 p. m. and evenings..
. R GJ'-RUSSELL,'
K Ctapel street. New Earca
Li La -iu u La U S u
msMiiteT 8, ; 1884.
uB COURT RECORD, '
Court Civil - Sldejrndffe
:."-.' - Howey.,
This court came in yesterday morning at
10 o'clock..?. '.:.
Judge Hovey gave his discision in the case
of "Receiver Talcott H. Bossell against the
oity of New Haven. The Bait was an appeal
from-the action of the board of assessors fix
ing the taxable valuation of the Insurance
building at $100,000. Mr. Russell claimed
that -this amount -was . too ' high. Judge
Eovey denied the application for a reduction,
saying substantially that the evidence as to
the value of the property wasv too conflicting
to justify him in changing the appraisal made
by the board of assessors.
. The court also Tendered a decree of 'fore
closure in the case of William J. Boot against
the West Shore Improvement company. The
action was brought on a -claim for $800 for
three months unpaid interest and the limit
of the time for redemption was fixed at the
second Tuesday of July next. . . .
Divorces were granted a follows:
Mary E. Armington, of New Haven, from
William Armington of Providence, It I.
Cause, desertion. Married October 10, 1868.
Mary MoOee from Bernard McQse, of
Guilford. Cause, intolerable cruelty. . Mar
ried September , 1873.
Adelaide M. Wander, of New Haven, from
John A. Wander, of parts unknown. Cause,
desertion. Married June 8, 1874. The cus
tody of one minor child was awarded to the
Nellie Lv Given, of New Haven, from Sa
lem F. Green, of parts unknown. Cause, in
temperance. Married June 6, 1883. Plain
tiff's name changed to Webster.
Jane Schmitz, of Waterbury, from Charles
Schmitz. Cause, intemperance. Married
November 23, 1881.
Clemina Camp, of New Haven, from Fred
erick' O. Camp. Cause, adultery. The plain
tin; was given the custody of three minor
In the afternoon at a bar meeting assign
ments were made for next week.
Court adjourned until next Tuesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock. ;
City Conrt CrlmlnssI Side Judge
November 7. Andrew Dickon, drunk, $20
fine, $5.39 costs, and committing nuisance
on property of William Gleason, judgment
suspended; Francis Faulkner, breach of the
peace against William B. Donegan, nolle;
Francis Gallagher, breach of the peace, $1
fine, $8.55 costs; Alexander Cum
ining8, breach of the peace, to Nov.
15; James Cavansgh, breach of the peace
against Martin Conlin, to Nov. 15: John
Cummings, breach of the peace against Mar
tin Conlin, $25 fine, $8.58 costs; Joseph Se
nility, drunk and resisting Officer L. Brad
ley, to Nov. 21 ; Andrew Qdinlan and James
Brown, theft, to Nov. 8; Andrew Dickson,
theft; $1 fine, $6.18 costs and three months
Andrew Dickson was yesterday morning in
the City court fined one . dollar and sent to
jail for three months for stealing a coat and
hat. . He was also fined twenty dollars for
being drunk. There " are other charges of
theft against Dickson that will be tried
hereafter, among which are thefts from
the residence of C. M. Loo mis, Professor
Whitney's residence and others.
TO DAKOTA AND BACK.
Fonr Thousand mules In Ten Days
Tne Wonderful Growth of This
Country's material Prosperity A
Trip of To-Day and a Trip Fifty
Years Ago Schools, Churches, Jalla
and Cood Hunting.
A New Haven gentleman writes: "I am
prompted to pen a few lines, giving some
facta concerning the growth and prosperity
of this country in fifty years as witnessed by
myself. In my early boyhood two stage
coaches supplied the travel on the turnpike
between New Haven and Hartford, the then
bee line from Boston to New York. I saw the
building of the Hartford and New Haven
railroad and heard the statement, 'No one
will ride on it, as it goes twice as fast as a
horse can trot; itll break their eternal necks.
'Sides, if it does go horses and oats ' won't
sell; farmers ruined and cows in the pasture
lot scared to death.' Persons went out West I
in covered wagons, way over the Catskill
mountains to Schoharie, Schenectady and
later on as far as Rochester and Buffalo and
a few into Ohio, - where corn would grow
without hoeing. Still later a few ventured
to Chicago. I well remember on my first
visit there the ups and downs in the mud
where Lake, Madison and other streets are
now graded and show rows of costly build
ings extending many miles. But Chicago is
not now the far West and its rapid growth
and prosperity are among the things already
"Now for the recent trip. I left New Ha
ven for ten days, took a sleeper in New York
at 9 in the evening, was in the near far West
to breakfast, at Buffalo for dinner, Ohio for
supper and Chicago for breakfast, stepping
one hour, tnence via JN orth western road
through Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota and
Dakota Territory, reaching Huron at half
posit 2 o'clock the second day out from Chi
cago. To my astonishment (and to yours
could you be there to see) I found a city of
four years equal to many an eastern one of
twenty and some of fifty years' "existence.
The Kent Hotel at the depot was a delightful
spot. I slept the first night there off the cars
from New Haven. ; No one could wish abet
ter bed or table away from homo, and
the neatness of the dining room
and the tidy uniform dress in plaid
gingham of the young lady waiters, aided
the appetite for quails on toast, prairie
chickens, geese, ducks, delicious beef and
vegetables, such as Dakota produces. After
dinner Mr. Campbell with his span took me
over miles of territory about Huron, where
here and there were planted the homes of
many tnrvfty farmers, some with advanced
improvements and others just starting their
trees ana crops m com, nax. wneat and een
eral farming. On Jim river we noticed small
stock farms (if in Connecticut they would be
called large) where immense barns and sheds
are already erected for the lncreasincr de
mand. Back to the city of Huron, where we
spent some time. -The First National bank is a
large brick building. Here the Etna, Phoenix,
llartfoid and other large insurance compa
nies nave agents. .Located on tne nrst noor
is the Dakota Farm Loaning company and
the First National bank, known as the bank
of deposits from tne government. The rep
utation of the managers of tho Bank and
Loan company is widespread throughout the
country for tne very sate and successful
manner in making their loans. I next -visit
ed the court house, its well appointed apart
ments for the business of the county. 'The
jail is underneath, with a few prisoners all
in one iron room, (truly a punishment to get
there). Above, the board of education have
rooms, and the superintendent of schools
for the territory has its headquar
ters here. And . here let me say
that all through - this country you
see new churches and school houses of
good style erected.- I visited, the graded
schools at Huron with Mr. Miller, chairman
of the Board of Education, and found them
in the best of order, taught by capable teach
ers. The equipments ox tne Duudings
showed no mean estimate of the value of edu
cation. Overflow schools In Huron are held
to accommodate the increasing pop
ulation, . while. . new buildings are
to ' be - erected. Bev. Smith. Norton,
general missionary,has headquarters here,and
thirty-two new churches have been formed
and sixty-seven men have been commissioned
by the Home Missionary society the past
year. The press in any city has a great pow
er to advance or destroy the welfare of the
people and the prosperity of the country At
Huron, the Dakota Leader edited by E. T.
Creseey, a strong Republican paper, has a
wonderful influence on all the great enter
prises for the future good of Dakota.'. The
signal station here and the government land
offices were next visited. Half a day was
pent with General Fessenden and President
Campbell in duck hunting, the sport being a
very novel one for me. Game of all kinds is
very plenty here. No place in the far West
Impressed me more in its favor and as one of
unbounded growth in the near future.
"En route for Pierre, situated opposite
the Indian reserve on Missouri river,
we noticed many villages from one to three
years old, with churches, stores, school
houses, and all the appearance of rapid
growth. - Far out on the prairie could be seen
the homes of settlers on their one-hun-dred-and-sixty-acre
only a mud or turf house of
one ' or : two rooms accommodates the
whole household.. There were immense cat
tle trains on this route and a drover told me
that he took five thousand across the river
that day and that . twenty thousand more '
.as-mtbns of buf-
rftrom Pierre that
cii to spend among the In-
triicrcowboys who were there, but
card - enough to convince me that
it was better to cultivate friendship among
the noble families in southern Dakota, where
many eastern people live. My trip home
ward brought me through Sioux City, Iowa,
where an elegant court house is being fin
ished with the most miserable and dirty jail
in the basement I ever witnessed. A linseed
oil factory here employs over one thousand
five hundred men. . This city , is
certainly very attractive, having beau
tiful homes among its hills and valleys.
Next I took in Nebraska, and although many
are going West from this State and Iowa to
Dakota, yet the farms and country present a
very prosperous appearance. Omaha is a
great oity. None East can boast more of their
improvements and growth. The great parade
there of the Republicans and the excursion.
to Council Bluffs completely blockaded the
city. Next morning at Kaunas City at 8
o'clock I visited the great fat cattle show.
It was patronized that day by 40,000 people.
At 10 o'clock I saw the stock yards. . When
in the East I wonder where people get their
beefsteak, but now I thought, who . can eat
all this beef and pork? At Armour's
laree packine house where two
thousand men are employed and -where
over eight thousand hogs are killed a day in
the busy season. I saw the process of hoe-
stabbing and steer-shooting enough to last
me a lifetime.' By steam power the hogs are
lifted and earned in grooves, stabbed, scald
ed, pulled by the nose through the patent
scrapers, which fit all sizes, then dressed, cut
up, assorted and conveyed into rooms where
hams, shoulders, sausage and every part of
the animal are allotted to their respective de
partments. In the afternoon I visited two jails,
and although Kansas City has over 125,000
inhibatants,both jails had less than one hun
dred prisoners. This city is very hilly and
its elegant churches and public buildings
and thriving stores present many attrac
tions. Last Sunday brought me to St. Louis. I
attended the Pilgrim church where Bev. Dr.
Hawes, of this city, preached morning and
evening to very large audiences. He- has
won many friends there and his sermons are
very popular among the staid and solid peo
ple of Pilgrim church. In the after
noon I visited the prison where
exceedingly interesting exercises took place.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton, noted singers, sang
several pieces. This is an elegant jail, the
best one I ever saw. Though it is neat and
convenient, it is criticisable in locating pris
oners so that they have opportunities for con
spiracy and for communication by signs.
From St.- Louis I took the southern route
home, making in all a journey of four thou
sand three hundred and eleven miles in less
than ten days and nights. Now go West,
young man, it is a big country, with plenty
there to do and to eat. Yours,
John U. North,
BOARD OF SELECTMEN.
Looking After the Town RoadsA
Contract for Straightening West
River Signed Bills Approved.
A regular meeting of the Board of Select
men was held last evening. Present, Selects
men English (presiding), . Reynolds, Tyler,
Faulhaber, Feldman, Beecher and Treat.
The Committee on Roads and Bridges
yesterday visited the roads -in various locali
ties and recommended that Franklin street
crosswalk on Main street, west side, in West
ville, be repaired. Also that the "Harrison
Pond road in Westville should be widened
and that trees and fence posts be removed as
encroachments; also that the culvert on Pine
Rock road be removed, and the road top
dressed and repaired instead. The recom
mendations were adopted.
The counting-house desk and screen for
the town agent's office was reported as near
The interest on East Chapel street draw
bridge assessment against Patrick Hogan was
It was voted to place Stone street in West
villa in good repair.
A petition for a conservator over Anna
McDermott, an insane person sent to the re
treat for the insane at Middlttown, was
The committee on the straightening of
West river reported that they had signed
contract with C. W. Blakealee & Son for the
work from Whalley avenue to Martin street.
It was voted that a committee of two be
appointed to take an inventory of the town
property at the old and new farms. Messrs.
Feldman and Tyler were appointed such
Mr. Feldman inquired if there was not
some way that persons dependent on
the town for support could be given
work - by the town at West Cock
quarries or elsewhere, where, they could earn
at least 7o cents per day. with steady em
ployment. If persons employed could get
any better job, then it would be their privi
lege to leave. The matter was laid over until
I Bills were approved as follows: Assessors
$951.05; outside poor, $508.15; roads and
bridges, $2,189.21; new farm, $167.34; in
terest, $3,800; almshouse, $330.59; tax ac
count, $15,005.50; construction, $37.50; sa
laries, $679.14; election expenses (registrars,
etc.), S4,oo.3; general account, S130.
The registration of the " wards this year
will cost $5,378 on the basis of last year.
Of Interest to Catholics.
Father McGivney will go to Thomaston
Conn., next week to take charge of the new
Catholic church there. He was in Thomas-
ton Thursday for a few hours, the visit be
ing in compliance with the bishop's request
to take formal charge of the parish. The ap
pointment was very unexpected. It will be
followed by several other changes, one of
which includes the formation of a new parish
in ttiat section. Heretofore Thomaston
pastors have had in their jurisdiction the
missions of Watertown and Terryville, two
small hamlets adjoining the main parish, and
they went there every Sunday to celebrate
mass. By the recent order of the bishop these
two parishes, which of late years have been
growing wonderfully, the number of
Catholic inhabitants now being very large.
have been consolidated into one parish, and
the pastorate has been given to Father
Fones. He was the first assistant of Father
Gaffney, who died recently at Thomaston
By many it was thought he would become
the pastor at Thomaston, but the bishop has
ruled otherwise and given him charge or
the newly formed parish. Undoubtedly be
fore long .there will be a handsome church
building erected by the CathoUcs of
Watertown ' and Terryville now that
they have become distinct from Thomas
ton. The fact that the bishop has made
these changes will necessarily greatly reduce
the labor of the Thomaston priest, and
Father McGivney will not find his duties
nearly so trying as if he had the two missions
to look after as did Father Gaffney. It may
be that the bishop will decide not . to have
any assistant at Thomaston.
Father McGimey's successor as pastor of
St. Mary's has not yet been announced. It
is said that Father Murray may be the one,
A Schooner To Be Launched.
Captain J. H. Woodhouse will launch from
his shipyard at Middle Haddam .to-day
at 2 p. m. a three-masted schooner, having
dimensions of 112 feet keel, 28 feet 6 inches
beam and 9 feet 6 inches hold. Her custom
bouse measurement is 307 tons, bnt she will
carry 400 tons at 10 feet draught. She is
built of the best materials, planked with
white oak and copper fastened. The schoon
er is owned by the builder and parties " in
New York. Her name is the Gertie M.
Bicherson, after the daughter of one "of the
owners. The vessel is to : ply between
Florida and New York, and on her first voy
age will be commanded by Captain Wood
house. " . ;
The High school roll of honor for the four
weeks ending October 24 is:
Name. Class. Average.
Grace Piatt...... ......4 9.667
Lillian Allen..... .....2 9.606
Mary Hall 1 9.589
MayParmalee ; ..:i 9.587
Alice -Carr , 8 9.533
Bertha Wildman ...3 9.478
Carrie Rearing 1 ; 9.899
Emma Treat. 8 ' 9.871
Minnie Barber .........4 -9.356
May Thomson 8 9.848
Robert Morris a fl 254
JennieCampbell 3 9.S80
ClaudiaROHi .....1 9.22J
Clifford Leavenworth. . AS04
Belle Talcott , 8 e.ita
Prof. William H. Baker will ouen his danc
ing school in Armory hall on Monday, No-"
vember 10. He will have an afternoon class
at 4:30 for misses and masters and an even
ing class for ladies and gents. : '
The percentage of attendance at the HiVh
school during October was: Boom 1, 89; 2,
90; 3,88; 4, 90: 5, 88; , 94; High, 94;
Simpson school, 91.
Collector Austin has posted notices that if
the unpaid taxes on the list of 1882 and pre
vious years both town, school and borough
are not paid before November 21 a sball
levy and collect them according to law. '
' Charles F. Bartholomew and Miss Oarrla T).
Crook were married in Middletown Wednes
day, and a reception was held at Mr.- Bar
tholomew's home on the East Farms
Thursday . evening. About eiriitv of t.ha
friends were present and a pleasant evening
was spent by all. The happy couple were
the recipients of many handsome presents
from their friends, and a bountiful collation
was served to the visitors. .
Ice was frozen nearly half an inch in thick
ness last night and it was the coldest night
of the season. Nov. 7.
- A. B. Pixley shot a large barred owl in
WaUingford Thursday while out gunning.
A gabled roof school house 100 years- old
has just been torn down in Hartford.
F. B. Colburn's brick tenement in Ansonia
was damaged $1,000 by a fire early yesterday
Mrs. Edward W. Hart, of South ington,
drowned herself in a tank, Thursday. She
Russell Rose, accused of the Ramsbottom
murder in Riverton, has been held to answer
in $3,000 bail. . ;. . .
The foundation for the boiler and engine
at the new Braihard & Armstrong silk works,
In New London, is under way and will need
to be completed soon, for the boiler is daily
expected from Hartford. , "
.Miss Mary Hawes, of Mianus, met with a
painful accident last week in front of H. E.
Eddy's store in that place. She accidentally
stepped into a hole and falling broke the
small bone of one of her lower limbs, besides
being painfully bruised.
; The funeral of Leonard Hempstead occur
red Thursday afternoon and was largely at
tended by his old associates.
Mr. Silas Moville, an old resident - of Cos
Cob, died recently. -'
Mr. Edward Bacon was married to Miss
Kate Odell Williams, daughter of G. S.
Williams, , at the Methodist- Episcopal
church in Cos Cob on Wednesday
night. - The ceremony was per
formed by the pastor, Rev. Mr. Still.
There are five brothers at Ridgefield, the
oldest 89 and the youngest 75, who live on a
farm which has been in their family, since
their ancestors acquired it from the Indians
All except the oldest work regularly every
day. - .
The Hartford Republicans tried to have a
jollification Wednesday night, but after a
few speeches General Hawley suggested a
postponement because of the unsatisfactory
The parade of the Salvation army in New
London Wednesday evening was in reality a
retreat in the face of . the enemy. Services
in the barracks were in full progress and up
to the standard in fervor when the nostrils
and throats of the worshippers were assailed
by the pungent red pepper broiled on a red
hot stove, which once before routed the de
voted band. The army were naturally indig
nant at the scurvy trick and left in heavy
marching order to invoke the aid of the po
lice, but the enemy was of such a kind that
the cops could render no service nor any ad
vice beyond suggesting that the floor and
mop boards of the barracks be caulked.
New London Day. "
Coughs. Cold and Sore-Throat yield readily to B
H. Douglass & Sons' Capsicum Cough Drops. Re
tail price, 15 cents per quarter pound.
"It is remarkable that the South American
Indians never suffer from consumption. The
canse is their use of coca. They also never
suffer with scrofulous or skin diseases. They
"reach a very old age, and frequently pass
their full century" (see Journal of the Royal
Society of Vienna.) For weak lungs, chronic
cough, asthma, shortness of breath, and fe
male sufferings use Liebig Co.'s Coca Beef
Scott's Emulsion or Pure Cod Liver Oil,
With Hypopbosphltes, For Wasting,
Dr. Nysewander, of Des Moines, Iowa,
says: "I have used Scott's Emulsion, and
find it satisfactory in every respect. Children
take it readily with excellent results."
Done In Six months.
The coil of hair on the back of your head, dear
ladv. It is better than nothing and deceives nobody.
In six months or less from to-day you may dispense
with it if you are inclined to give Parker's Hair
Balsam a fair trial. Cleanses the scalp, restores
color, a delicious dressing. Not a dye, not oily,
elegantly perufmed. no w&s&w
Vegetine is the great health restorer, com
posed exclusively of barks, roots and herbs.
Pleasant to take; children like it.
'And truant husband should return, and sav.
My dear, I was the first who came away.' " Byron.
K the rest stayed very late, they couldn
do better the next morning than to take
dose of Lewis' Red' Jacket Bitters. It would
drive off the headache and set them right.
They are recommended by physicians in liver
r and kidney attections.
Damages In Both Ways.
Sickness is the most expensive thing in the
world. In two ways: It puts one to a direct
cost, and prevents one from earning money
by his labor. We say nothing of Buttering,
for money cannot pay for that. - How much
better to keep oneself - well by the use .of
Parker's Tonic whenever there is the slight
est sign of ill health. oct 229 ws ocw.
Advice to mothers.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing .Syrup for chil
dren teething is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians in the
United States, and has been used for forty
years with never failing - success by millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething its value is incalculable.
It relieves the child from pain, cures dysen
tery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels and
wind colic. . By giving health to the child it
rests the mother. Price 25c a bottle.
To The Public.
Do not be persuaded to take anything said
to be just as good as Pearl's White Glycerine
for the cure of sunburn, prickly heat, rough
or. chafed skin and all skin diseases. All
first-class druggists keep it. no4tu th&sa.
Chew Lsnce'i Plas The icreat Tobacco An
dkle! Price IP Cts. Sold by all Druggist.
20 PER CENT. INVESTMENT.
Books are now onen for subsci-rotiona to
tne issue or tne oaiance or 3.000 snares
of Preferred Stock of the "Foots
Patent Fin Coup ant." of Mew York, drawl dc- a rr
cant, dividends! nimpl'rjr at unr vnln nf R , ou,,).
Subscribers to this preferred stock will receive a
bonus of shares of the Common Stock of the com
pany, drawing 8 per cent, yearly, malting this a 20
per cent, investments ......
"Footed Pin Patents, "which are operated by this
Belgium and United States, beariasr date Januarv.
, and are operated there under royalty- to this
noanv iv Messrs. Kirbv. Beard ( v If j .,n
hurst Works (the largest makers of Pins in the
world), and in France, Germany . and Belgium by
juM.tijeau r rercs, lauLuntas Sb li leans ana fans.
The sole of our goods manufactured under royalty
to this company has enormously increased each
season all ever the world, and this company now
propose to manufacture exclusively ' themselves.
The proceeds derived from sale of this preferred
slock wiu oe usea m uto purcnase or a iactory al-
reaoy in operation in tne Btate or uonnecticut to
make "Foote Patent Hairpins," Invisible Pins.
Safety Pins, Toilet Pins, &c, &c.
-. Anions; the leading Wholesale Houses who handle
NEW YORK. Calhoun. Robinson A Co-
Hills & Gibb. Dunham. Bucklev & Co.. Svlvester
Hilton & Co., H. B. Claflin & Co., Wm. H. Lvon A
Co., Bates, Eeed A Cooley, Sweetser, Pembrook A
uo., miuer, (jiapp s. uo., naistea, names & (Jo..
Harbison A Loder. . S. -Jaffrev & Co.. T. J. Rob
erts, ana an retail nouses. .
nATAM nl.mnn VJ. A, T1
. ' -. w.fin -,i a, ,J. , ill ,J V, II ,
Durrell A Co., Bheppard, Newell A Co., B. H. White
A Co., Jordan, Marsh & Co.
CHICAGO. Marshall Field & Co., J. V. Far-
wen at vo., iriauiiHii Dnm.
BALTI TKIUK.-Hodges Bros.
8 y HACtlSK. Sperry, Keal A Hyde.
ST. XOU1S. Rosenheim. Levis fin.. Wm
PHILADELPHIA Hood. Bonbris-ht CVi
John Wannemaker and others .
PKOVlDliWCIi. Callender, HcAuslan A
i r s1 jsan via vvnoniiuia Bros. dE Blum,
Duaweiuwr, oavua x. v.-... , miu cum uuiucs in every
other city to the United States. .
The duty on these (roods is 46 percent, ad valorem,
besides belnir protected bv Patents, floods of this
class consumed in the United States alone last year
-1 i .tiivniwi
ie officers of the comnany refer to Hon. Clinton
-KTn 1 W.aliin(rtnn T-!., H.l M V 1- Tl 1
dent; Messrs. Morris. Browne & Co., Bankers, New
York; Cashier Columbia Bank, corner Fifth avenue
and 42d street, New York; Messrs. Joseph Stines &
Co., Bankers, SO Exchange Place, New York.
For further information or prosDectua. nartfea
wishing to subscribe address
IS., w. WlLLfiii,
Sec'y Foote Patent Pin Company,
Offices 2 4 8, . , 865 Broadway, N. V.
KEELER 6c CO., Eastern Agent.
- SEND FORTCTRCULAB. X
83 TO 91 WASHINGTON STREET, CORNER ELM
a2mws5mnr bupxuj. .
ftervous Debility SXZ.'ZZZXnzJtZZi
Cores Conghs. Cold, Hoarseness, Croup. ABthmu, s
Bronchitis, Waoopinj? Cough, Incipient Consump-1
ass tion, ana relieves consumptive B
jtfZf in. persons in advanced Btmjes of
the disease. Price 26 cts. Can- I
ET tion. Tne Genuine lr. Bull's g
ife f 3a ;i-ju cough Syrup Is sold only In
ft m tchite terappera, and bears our f
V registered Trade-Harks to wit i
VA A Bull' s Head in a Circle, a Red- I
& ' J- Z Strip Caution-Label, and the c
VilfacHdmUe slatrurea of John W, E
74nr.pP SuU d A. C. Meyer Co,, Sole K
Prop's, Baltimore, Md., U.S. A.
Tne market Still Unsettled Election
' Uncertainty a Disturbing Factor
A Sharp Selling; movement Succeed
ed By A Stronger Tone and Prices
Close At An Advance. :
Nsw Yobk, Nov 7.
The stock market this morning; was less active
than yesterday and prices were unsettled. The
doubt as to the result of the election is still the
main unsettling factor in the market. At the open
ing this morning, when the news pointed decidedly
toward Cleveland's election, there was a rush to
sell some of the Gould stocks and during the first
half hour there was but little let up. Gould's con
gratulatory telegram to Cleveland was looked upon
by most brokers as virtually settling the result of
the election, it being argued that If there was any
chance he would be the last to give up. At the first
call the selling ceased and there was considerable
covering by some of the early sellers, while the bul1
cliques went in and bid up some of their specialties.
At noon the decline had been more than recovered,
prices showing an advance at that hour of to 2
per cent. In the next hour there was a renewed
pressure to sell, under which toe improvement noted
at midday entirely disappeared in some instances.
Shortly after 1 o'clock, however, the market began
to strengthen and during the remainder ol the af ter-
uuou Mivnunu almost uinnterrupteaiy to tne close
of business. The final quotations showed
gation. Manitoba was the next strongest stock and
closed 3 per cent, higher. Tha advance in the rest
of the list ranged from M to 2 per cent. The spec
ialties are dull and nominal. Sales to-day aggre
gated 291,800 shares. -
Money closed easy at lji and 2 per cent.
Exchange closed dull.
.Closing prices reported over the private wires of
BUNNELL A SCRANTON. Bankers and Brokers.
American Bell Tel
Alton and Terra Haute
Alton and Terre Haute pf d . . . . .
American District Tele?rar,h...
Boston & N. Y. Air Line pf d. 86
Burlington and Quincy 117
C. C. C. and I.. ; SSM
Canada Southern 2d
Central Pacific 86J4
Chicago and Alton 125M
Col., Chic. & Ind. Central -
Chesapeake and Ohio fM
Chesapeake and Ohio, 1st pf d. 10)
Chesapeake and Ohio, 2d pfd 7
Del. Lack, and Western
Del. and Hudson Canal.... ...v....... 84
Denver and Rio Grande ...J..... T 8 "
Firie pfd ...
Erie Seconds. t S0K
Erie and Western . 11
East Tenn., Va. A Ga Sti
" " " " "pfd ,
Express Adams 182
. American 92)j
' United States.. 61
Wells Fargo 106
Houston &lTexas 82
Ind., Bloom. &iWest. .je 15
Louisville A Nashville. .
Mil., Lake Shore & W
" " " Pfd....:
Mutual Union Tel
Memphis and Charleston.
M. and St. Louis
M. and St. Louis pfd
Mobile and Ohio
Morris and Essex .'.
Nashville and Chattanooga. . . .
New Jersey Central
New York Central.
New York!&"New Ena
New York. New Haven A Hartfordl78
Mew x orkj nuevated s....il5
N. Y.v Chicago ASt. Louis. .
N" " " ' " pfd....
New Central Coal.....t
Northern Pacific pfd
North westpfd - ; . .
orfolk'and West pfd.
Ohio and Mississippi
Ontario and Western-
Peoria, V. and Evonsville .
Richmond and Danville
Richmond and West Point
Kochester and Pitts
St. Paul pfd
St. Paul and Duluth
St. Paul and Duluth pfd. .
St. Paul,:M. and M
United Pipe Line Ctfs.
Government bonds closed as follows:
6s 81, continued. ..... '.
4Us. '91. ree 112&6
4)4a. '91, coup r 113iail3?g
s, law, reg -. iaijaiaa;
4s, 1907, coup. .' 121J6al22;
Currency 6s, 'K .. 126
Currency 6s, '96 127
Currency 6s, ,S7...... 180
Currency 6s, '98 131
Currency 6s,'99. 132
Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows:
Closing quotations Reported over Private Wires
. to Edwin Howe & Co., Commission. Mer
chants, 403 New York Produce Exchange, New
The following shows the quotations at 2:30 p. m.
(Chicago time) for the past three days:
Wheat December . . .
November. . .
Corn l December. ...
Oats December. ...
Lard December.. .
Wheat, 316 cars; corn. 150 cars; oats, 63 cars; hogs
VISIBLE SUPPLY OF GHATS.
- Oct. 18. Oct. 25. Nov. 1.
Bushels. Bushels. Bushels.
Wheat 31,010,819 38,221,848 34,301.588
Corn 6.148.882 5.784.555 6.453.500
Oats 4,407,710 4,565,547 4,029,442
STOCKS FOR SALE.
50 shares New Haven Gas Light Co.'s stock.
7 shares New York, New Haven A Hartford R. R.
BUNNELL & SCRANTON,
BANKERS AND BBeKEBS. -
nog 732 and 784 Chapel Street.
STOCKS AND BONDS FOR SALE
$10,000 N. Y.( N. H. and Hartford 1st mort. 4s.
$10,000 N. H. A Northampton R. R. Ss and 6s.
$5,000 Cincinnati, Ind., St. L. and Chicago 6s.
100 shares Diamond Match Co.
1Q0 shares Goodyear Rubber Glove Co.
100 shares Wilson Manufacturing Co.
75 shares Branford Lock Works.
Small lots of Yale, Merchants', County Banks,
Home and First National Banks of Heriden, N. Y.,
N. H. A H. R. R.
W. T. HATCH & SONS,
WESTERN FARM LdANS
On Hand at 7 1-3 per Cent. Interest.
Choice in all Respects.
8900, security $3,000. $1,900, security $5,600.
;,wu, security t,SMJ0.
These loans are all from one aeencv. bear the
same date, witn 7)6 per cent, interest, paid semi
annually. Loans on hand of all sixes, with various rates of
85 Orange Street.
Michigan Central B. B. Co.
First Mortgage Main line S per
- ceni. uonai.
Due May 1, 1902. Interest payable May 1st and No-
These bonds are nart of the 7 Tier Ant rlrof-. Mn.
Bouaatea mortgage, reservea to retire prior liens,
and are now issued with the rate of intiwMrt-. rArlnranH
We offer a limited amount for sala and remm.
menu txiem as a nrst ciass investment.
VERMILYE & CO.,
STos. 13 and 18 Nassau St.,
POOR, WHITE-& GBEEN 0UGH,
Prims a.iwav Seearltlea Alwavs An
nsua wr inresunsuia
OTlnneanolisi Real Katate 1 Per Cent.
uonos lot tut miui ana interest.
Provrletoraof "POOR'S MANUAL OIP
45 WALL ST. NEW YORK.
CHARLES A BROOKS,
Nsnv HlVEM. COKII.
f COVMERCIAI, BAKK,
- Newton, Kansas. )
7 and 8 per cent. Net .to Investors
NOTHING SAFER. LOANS ON PRODUCTIVE
FARMS. CAREFULLY SELECTED.
For particulars inquire personally or address
CHARLES A. BROOKS A CO.,
ocl7 ' ' ' 888Chapel street.
i Shell Crabs, Halibut, Eels, Mackerel, Round I
Long Clams, Lobsters, Oysters, etc., etc the I
in the market. - . - I
Reed's Market, S9 Church Stcect
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE.
H. W. SMITH, Manager,
Nov. 5. Nov. 6. Nov. 7.
74 73U 73
75V5 75U 74W
mi4 83) 82
424 42 . 414
89$ 39) 28
IH " Ij in
11.52U 11.40 11.32U
11.67) 11.50 11.40
7.00 7.02U 6.97)
6.9) 6.90 7.87)1
7.00 6.97)4 0.95
The fatal rapidity with which slight
Colds and Coughs frequently develop
into the gravest maladies ot the throat
and lungs, is a consideration which should
impel every prudent person to keep at
hand, as a household remedy, a bottle of
AYEB'S CHEBRY PECTORAL.
Nothing else gives such immediate relief
and works so sure a cure In all affections
ot tills class. That eminent physician.
Prof. F. Sweetzer, of the Maine Medical
School, Brunswick, Me., Says :
"Medical science has produced no other ano
dyne expectorant so good as Atzb's Cbxbht
Pbctorai.. It is invaluable for diseases of the
throat and lungs."
The same opinion to expressed by the
well-known Dr. L. 3. Addison, of Chicago,
111., who says :
"I have never found, In thlrty.five years of
continuous study and practice or medicine, any
preparation of so great value as AvBB's Chbbbt
- Pbctobal, for treatment of 'diseases of tha .
throat and lnngs. It not only breaks up colds
and cures severe coughs, but is more effective
than anything else in relieving even the most
serious bronchial and pulmonary affection.'
Jj not a new elaimant for popular confi
dence, but a medicine which is to-day
- saving the lives of the third generation
who have come into being since it was
first offered to the public
There is not a household in which this
invaluablo remedy has once been In
troduced where its use has ever been
abandoned, and there is not a person
who has ever given it a proper trial
for any throat or lung disease suscep
tible of- cure, who has not been made
well by it.
AYER'S CHEEKY PECTORAL has,
in numberless instanies, cured obstinate
cases of chronic Bronchitis, Larnygitls,
and even acute Pneumonia,, and has
saved many patients In the earlier stages
of Pulmonary Consumption. It is a
medicine that only requires to be taken in
small doses, is pleasant to the taste, and is
needed in every house where there are
children, as there is nothing so good as
AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, for treat
ment of Croup and Whooping Cough.
These are all plain facts, which can be '
verified by anybody, and should be re
membered by everybody.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Xt. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all druggists.
IS WARRANTED to cure all eases ofW
larial disease, such as Fever and Ague, Inter
raittent or Chill Fever, Remittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, and Liver Com-
plaint. In case of failure, after due trial,
dealers are authorized, by our circular of
July 1st, 1882, to refund the money.
Dr. J. C. Ayer &Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
RACE MARX T..r. fTRADEMARK
RaSiDV, h:i fauing
cere : or ttun.! Wak
UQvSy Sperxis, torrbcea, lm-pote'-.cy,
hajJ aU Ii-;isei
tb a t follow as a sequence
orSelf-AbTiie: iw lo-s of
Memcrv, L' niverisal Laa
Dirar; ess o l" Vision .Pre ni-
tpre OIU Aire, and many
Otl. diseases thaUe-dt'
InKn tv or C-ti&umLiA
SIfaB!!T&!tla.lu"11,reil SIFTER TARiNB.
bicw a us of advertisetnerta to vetazd money, when drugprtslicr.
whom trie medicine i iwaunsuos'-r sifund, one re ttr v ju -o -
.nan uf c tcren. and the reoolremtnt tv inch that thev are peldom,
is, complied with. See theit wriiu-n guarantee. A triftlof one sir
rte package c '. (iray s Specific will convince the mo-A lAvpticvI of i
Oc aeood-. r f counter lefts, we have adoptoJ tbe rtllow wrapper ; i
JCii! 1 nsrHcuTani in r.nr Tranmb ! r' whlrf. wedaere to rend f:-c-
traH to every one. 3T" The Speiitii: Ulndii-ine is sold ty ali drtt-tri.
at 1 per package, or sixpr-cx&iiesior 4s, cr will oe eiii iree jy xitaii -
1 Dc rece;pc 01 me woriev, ov lumreMTc
The Cray Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
yW iiATSiT. com
THE PEOPLE LIKE IT!
What more refreshing and satisfying than a cup of
COFFEE OK TEA
when the goods come from
Dawson's Popular Store,
Yale Hank: Bnlldins;.
They sell at low prices
And Give A Good Article.
COFFEES ROASTED DAILY.
Antique, Modern and Inlaid Fur
"JjlRENCH polishing done. Second-hand furnig
JL! ture Dougnt ana sola, sot Jjli ktkeist-
near Broadway, New Haven, Conn. ae23 ly
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING,
GRAINING AND PAPERING.
Fins Selection of Wall Papers.
Elegant and Attractive Gilt Pa
pers, Borders to Match. "
Contracts for Decorating.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, WINDOW GLASS
And all materials pertain!:,- is Vie business.
492 State Street, Toad's Rlock.
Pratt's Astral Oil
la acknowledged the world over
to be the safest and best Illumin
ating Oil for family nse ever made.
Its price Is the only objection
i ever urged against it ; but con
sumers' should consider . that at a
retail price of 5 cents per gallon
above other oils, the additional
cost to an ordinary family using-,
say thirty gallons per year, wonld
be only 12 cents per month, or
about one dollar and fifty cents
for an entire year. Why should
any risk be taken to save so small
an annual outlay ?
PRATT MANUFACTURING CO.,
Sole Proprietors and. Manufacturers.
FOR SALE BY -
STODDARD, KIMSERLY & CO.
. WHOLESALE DEALERS,
New Haven, Oonc.
ThA Act-r-nl fa TAn.T-tIii in.r-1 v aAn.Tttfvi for 1180 in Oil
Stoves, on account of its absolute safety and free
dom from odor. osfxwa6aeoww4p
LitcMeld Gonnty GliicMs.!
I keen mv meat market well annulled with all
kinds of Meats of the best quality, and the prices I
am sure win suit you.
Best Family Flour 85.50 barrel. 7Dc for a S4Hb
bag. New Process $6.50 barrel, 85c bag. A splen
did new Fig 15c lb. Prunes, steamed jeeacnea ana
Apples Just received. White Clover Honey 20c lb.
Burnham's Cooked Oatmeal cans for 25c. I can
give you many other good bargains, and I know you
will De giaa tnai you commenced to iraue ai
J. E. NORTHROP'S,
965 Grand Street.
I am agent for the Health Food Co.
Turkeys and Chickens 22 cents.
Good Young Chickens 20 cents.
Good Fowls 18 cents. - '
Finn jMt of Mutton 14 cents nound.
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Fresh Fork and
Whiten sh. Halibut, Bluefish. Ciscoes, Lake Trout,
Rlackflah. Codflsh. Haddock.
Native Oysters opened to order, also Stony Creek
and Milford Oysters.
Cauliflowers, red and white Cabbages,
roes, ijeiery, spinacu.
All at low prices for cash.
AND PROVISION CO.,
507 STATE STREET,
WIMTCn To those out of employment. We
llftll I L II want to eneaire four neat BDDesrlnar
Butl respectable men of good adc
Musical Wonder appreciated by
$S a week and upward can be n
aaaress ui inLroauce a
all classes. $20 to
made by any man of
nary ability. Wears also ln-wart or men to
a fiill line of Silver Ware. Bibles and Albums on
installments; new and latest designs. Samples are
free. No capital required,
meal reauirea. Apply liumeaiaieiy. v.
E. MCCARTHY, Manager. E. GATEJLY A CO., SS
. , V. W III, I . t , , 1.,," MM . . ,
Asylum street, Hartford, Conn.
VAULTS AND CESSPOOLS.
Be sure your "Vaults and Cess
pools are In good condition le
S'ore not weather gets here. Send
your address to
A. . FARKIIAM,
P. O. BOX 275 CITY. OR MAY BE LEFT AT R
B. BRADDETt A CO.'S, 408 State street, ROBT
VEITCH A SON'S. 974 Chapel fcreet. mlfi
NEW YORK BRANCH
O A N OFPI C B
NOW PERMANENTLY LOCATED AT
42. Church Street.
Liberal advances made on all kinds of personal
For sale at low prices.
Square Dealing With All.
&c cvt.&. So o.w.tt.v vok
MANY iMlTATIOMS ARE MADS
New names are springing up every day,
nch mm Sole Leather Tip, etc., and man y
who think they are getting; the genuine
SOLAR. TI P,"ct only an IMITATION
v on, vc soVe eatVv.
gk.eJ.v o.wA voA. ovvv wtwYve
v ,v.we vw vvW. ow. .
oVvw wAe.Y &C Co.
DU R AN T
Has made a
tion in Elgin
' Call and get
his priees be-
i. v fore making
tjvj purchase s
Cit2 ; cisewiiere.
Mmki0 H- G.Durant,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER SS.
All kinds of repairing done at short notice. se30
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE
For Ladle and Gentlemen,
757 CHAPEL STREET, NEAR STATE STREET
Open from 6 a. m. to 12 p. m.
J. D. PTNGREE, proprietor. Bill oT fare comprises
a iiiii line or me - oesc article ootamaoie.
N. B. Packages checked and cared for free of
expense. - . oclS 3m
FINE CALF SHOE.
With Glove Calf Top (in Cokgress, Button orLACE
should ask tneir dealer lor tne
W.L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE,
which for excellence, ease and economy
equals any $5 shoe in the market. 3,970 pairs sold
last montn. ah gooas warrantea. maKe no mis
take; see that his name and the price is stamped on
tne bottom ot eacn shoe. Wlltvu HUU.,
oc2eodlm Wholesale Agents, Boston, Mass.
Tone, Toncli, Worionansliip & DuralJilitj.
WTLIJAM Elf ABE 4c CO.
No. 204 and 206 West Baltimore Street. Baltimore.
a aix f uui Avenue, aew xoric
THE HITCHCOCK LAM
The BEST Kerosene Lierht. All metal.
No chimney or globe. No smoke or
odors. Kon-exnloslve. Cleanl v.
Burns open like pas. Adapted for all
places. Superior for reading and
sewinsr. If not found at the stores w
will send one, delivered free, in U. S.,
Manufactured by HITCHCOCK
LAMP CO., (Incorporated 1878. Wa
tertown, N. T. Hon R. P. FLOWER,
Remember this is the
Energetic, reliable men to
sell Fruit Trees, Grape vines
burn D3, Koses, Ac. Salary and expenses
Yicl. Full instructions (riven, so inexoerienced
men can soon learn the business. Address J. F. LE
CLARE, Brighton, N. V., one mile east of Roches
ter, a. x.
ADVERTISERS by addressing Geo. P. Bowell A
Co., 10 Spruce St. N. V., can learn the exact
vuvbvi tuiji ptopuseu iiiu? ui auveriifiiuK ill Allien
can Newspapers, fct? luO-pae pamphlet loc.
E. D. HENDEE,
W. D. BRYAN,
OUST OM TAILOR,
STO. 127 CHURCH ST.
-rr A-r.-r. HATS.
Now readv at the verr lowest prices. Call and
examine before purchasing elsewhere. 816 Chai
street. New Haven, Co . ocfi
DECORATIVE PAPER HANGINGS
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC.
PIATT. &. THOMPSON.
64 and 66 Orange St, and 5 Center St.
Striped Bass, Sea Bass, Mackerel,
Smelt, Salmon Trout, Lire
Cod, Scollops, Salmon,
White Fish, Halibut. Lobsters.
A.C., &c., dec.
A. FOOTE & CO.'S,
A C AUO. To all who are suffering from errors
and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early
decay, loss of manhood, arc, I will send a recipe
)hat will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This
great remedy was discovered by a missionary in
South America. Send self-addressed envelope
Rev. Joseph T. Dthah, Station D, New York.
Jyl4 eod&wly. '
CALL ON US
. t -FOR-
FRESH SUPPLIES DAILY,
Prime Beef a Specialty.
L. C. PFAFF & SON
T and 0 Church Street.
New Haven and Derby Railroad.
Train Arrangement commencing July IS, 1884.
LEAVE NEW HAVEN -
At 7.00 and 9:60 a. m., 2:00, 6:45, 6:30 p. m. Satur
days at U:ou p. ra.
; LEAVE ANSONIA. .
At 6:65, 9:05 and 11:40 a. m., 8:25 and 7:31 p. m.
Connections are made at Anaonia with passenger
trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Haven
with the principal trains or omer roaua ctjnwsnms
there, E. S. QUINTAHD, Sup't
New naven, juiy id.
New Haven & Northampton It. R,
ON AND AFTER SEPT. 29, 1884,-TBAINS WILL
LEAVE NEW HAVEN at 7:15 a. m., 11:10 a. m. and
4:0 p. m. ror new nartrora, wesineia. noiyoitw,
wniiAinRhti rc. Turner's Falls and North Adams.
At 6:29 p. m. Accommodation Train for New Hart
ford and WilUamsburgh.
Trains will arrive from Williamsburgh and all in-
termeaiate points at a:l a. m., ana irom norm
Adams, Turner's Falls, and all points between, at
1:17 a. m., 4:54 p. m. and 8:28 p. ra.
For particulars see small time tables at ail sta
tions. S. B. OPDYKE, Jr., Supt.
Philadelphia and Reading R. R.,
(BOUND SHOOK ROUTE.)
FOB TRENTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
Station in New York, foot of Liberty Street, North
COMMENCING JUNE 22, 1884.
Leave New York for Trenton and Philadelphia
4:00,7:45,9:30,11:15 a.m., 1:30, 4:00, 4:30, 6:30,7:00
and 12:00 p. m. Sundays 8:45 a. m., 5:30, 12:00 p. m.
For Sunbury, Lewisburg and williamsport, 7:4
m. ana 4 p.
hi. Drawina: Room Cars on all day
trains and Sleeping Cars on night trains.
Leave rmiauejpnja, corner r,mtn ana ureene
streets, 7:30, 8:80, 9:30, 11:00 a. m., 1:15, 8:45, 6:40,
6:45,12:00 p.m. Sundays 8:30 a. m., 5:30, 12:00 m.
Leave 3d and Berks si. 5:10, 8:20, 9:00, 10:30 a. m.,
1, 8:80, 5:20, 6:30 p. m. Sundays 8:15a. m., 4:30 p. in.
Leave Trenton, Warren and Tucker streets, 1:25,
6:20, 8:03, 9:00. 10:08, 11:85 a. m., 1:54. 4:22, 6:24, 7:28
p. m. Sundays 1:25, 9:18 a. m., 6:15 p. m.
C. G. HANCOCK, H. P. BALDWIN,
G. P. & T. A., Philadelphia, Gen. East. Pas. Apt,
J. E. WOOTTEN, Gen. Manager.
COMMENCING SEPT., -29, 1884.
Trains Leave New Haven via N. Y., N. H. A H.
R. R. at 9:30 a. m. and 4:07 p. m., connecting at
Bridgeport for Pittsfield and intermediate stations,
Albany via State Line and Saratoga.
H. D. AVERILL. General Ticket Agent.
W. H. YEOSiAKS, Superintendent.
General Offices, Bridgeport, Conn.
IF YOU ARE GOING
WEST OK SOUTH
TRAVEL BY THE
The Best Railroad in the World.
4 DAILY EYPRESS TRAINS TO THE WEST.
Apply for tickets and full information to J. N.
States, ticket agent, N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., New
COMMENCING JULY 17th, 1884, trains leave
New Haven via N H. A D. R. R, connecting with
tins roan, ac-
7:00 a. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passen
nam ror w a&eroury, Lrficnneia ana
9:50 a. m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown,
2:00 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger
u til ii iur ntueruuiTi
5:45 p. m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown,
6:20 p. m. Connecting ot Ansonia for Waterbury.
FOR NEW HAVEN Trains leave Winsted: 7:10
a. m., 1:28 p. m., with through car, and at 5:25 p. m.
1 It.-ll . O liA Hi Yt A lii,
At 5:30 a. m..
8:26 a. m., through car,
through car. 6:45 p. in.
m., 2:44 p. m.,
GEORGE W. BEACH Supt
Bridgeport. July 17, 1884.
Hfew Ifork, New Haven & Hart
ford R. II., Sept. 39, 1884.
TRAINS LEAVE NEW HAVEN AS FOLLOWS :
FOR NEW YORK 3,58, 4:18, 4:28, 5:15, 6:30, 7:30
8:10, 8:30, 9:30, 10:40, 12:00 noon, (1:00 p. m.,
way train to Stamford), 1:30, 2:30, 3:50(4:07
way to Stamford, thence Ex to New York),
d:07, 5:42? , 7:15 milk train with pass, ac
commodation stops at all stations except Glen
brook, Sound Beach, Cos Cob, Harrison, Larch
mont and Pelhamvilie. (8:00 way to Bridgeport),
8:38, p m., 9:05t Sundays, 3:58, 4:18, 8:00
a. m.. 5:00. 7:15. 8:38 p. m.
WASHINGTON NIGHT EX1RESS VIA HARLEM
RIVER Leaves at i 1:00 p. m. daily, stops at
jmiioru, .Bridgeport. &outn jNorwaik ana rjtam--ford.
FOR BOSTON VIA SPRINGFIELD 1 :03 night,
t:., b:w, ji:tia a. m., i:io, a:ia, u:yu p. m.
SundavB. 1:02 nitht. 6:96 n. m.
FOR MONTREAL via Conn. River and C. V. R. R
11:0.1, a. m., "6:26 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
FOR BOSTON VTA HARTFORD AND N. Y. A N,
E. R. R. 2:30 a. m. daily.
FOR HARTFORD. SPRINGFIELD AND MERIDEN.
ETC. 12:15 night, 1:02 night (2:30 a. m to
Hartford, 6:52, 8:00, 10:25, 11:05 a. m., 12:10
noon, 1:16, 3:1, 4:50 (5:55 to Hartford), 6:26,
8:12 p. m. Sundays 1 :02 ight, 6:26 p. m.
FOR NEW LONDON, ETC 12:45 night, 7:55
(this train connects with steamboat at New Lon
don for Block Island). 10:25. 10:35 a. m.. 3:15.
4:10, 5:05, 6:18 p.m. (9:00 p.m. train to Gull-
ford goes no fartner.) Sundays 12:45 nurht.
VIA B. A N. Y. AIR LINE DIVISION for Middle-
town, Willimantic, Etc. Leave New Haven for
all stations at 8:15 a. m., 1:35, 6:20 p. m. Con
nect at Middletown witn Conn. Valley R. K.,
and at Willimantic with N. Y. A N. E. and N. L.
& N. R. R., at Tarnerville with Colchester
Brancn. "ITams arrive in New Haven at 8:00 a.
m., i avja p. m.
E. M. REED, Vice President.
t Local Express.
THE HUB ROYAL
T"ITlTHnew improvements, realizes fully that
f V ideal of beauty and utility which the public
tasse nas long aemaBaea m a neaung stove. -ne
decorative features are of a higrn order. Its practi
cal features are Fi.KFx.CT. Tne upner panels are
ornamented with LOW'S ART TILES. All the
edges and mouldings are steel finished. It has pat
ent dual grate, double Hues in .base, double side
flues, gas tight magazine cover, with many other
valuable features. Hundreds have been sold In this
city. S. JE. DIBBL( 639 Grand St.
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY
32 To 38 EAST 42d STREET
(Opposite Grand Central Depot.)
A BUILDING FIREPROOF THROUGHOUT
Now readv for the transaction of business. Boxes
rented at from $10 to $300 per year. Silver, Trunks
and packages stored under guarantee.
Private entrance, Reception and Toilet Rooms for
Vault. Counon. Reception and Toilet Rooms on
the ground floor and directly accessible to the
street. Rooms or space in the
for Furniture. Works of Art and Merchandise
rented by tne montn or year. Trunk stoarge
A. VAN SANTVOORD,
J. R VAN WORMER,
H- B. EDGAR,
TO BE SOLD
For the Next Thirty Days,
EACH AT 95 CENTS.
OODYEAR RUBBER STORE,
73 cnurch Street,
Opposite the Postoffice.
Coal and Wood.
BEST quality furnished in any quantity. Coal
Site, 25c and 30c per basket 5.50 per ton. Oak
wood 35c per bbl 5 bbls for $1. Chestnut wood 30c
per Bbl 1 bbls lor 51. Large barrels. Don't i
barrels made expressly for the wood business, i
ders by mail promptly attended to. B- FLYNN, 4
r actory ana ueorge streets. sestxfm
TEA. COFFEE. SPICES.
Ail kinds of Fruitfresh and nice.
Cheshire Creamery Butter. Crackers. Best Flour.
Lighthouse Oysters opened to order in the fish mar
ket. A run line or sea r ood always on hand.
Telephone. Orders taken and delivered.
EDWARD P. DUKA1VD,.
ocl3 8 6Q State Street, cor. Clark.
The nleater withtrhtoh MmA RAllnrln M.Ariiiicui
her biLsiuess, and the sole device used by her for the
first five rears and still used orra.Il kindanf hnr an.
cord ion and fancy pi eatings is now ottered for sale.
Send for circular. No. 8 East 18th St., N. Y.
Mrs. E. Jones Yonngr.
330 Cliapel,cor.State,Street B'd'ir
ftvnr Rrnnlrn 1 'o'a Hill anrl Vur atn
Qx . All work warranted.
Office hours from 9 a. m. to
5 p. m.
NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT CO.
DAILY LINE F0K NEW YORK.
Fare I, Includingr Berth.
TICKETS FOB THE ROUND TRIP $1.60.
The steamer Ci. YT wrvnitr? i . i m .
Peck, will leave New HavenM lTTiX
days excepted. Staterooms sold at office of P-fc
Bisnop, viw (jnapei street, and at Klock s Drue
Store, corner of Chapel and Church streets.
Steamer CONTINENTAL, Captain Stevens, leaves
New Haven at 10:15, Sundays excepted
,From New York theC. HTNORTHAM leaves Peck
Blip at 8 p. m., CONTINENTAL at 11 o'Sockp m
Sundays excepted-Saturday mght at 18 o'clock
Sunday Night Boat for New Yorli
The Steamer NEW HAVEN, Captain Walter (
p l?:vL??ew Haven at 10:30 p. m. state room
soia actne janot House. Free Stage from Insur
aaeiptua (Doth routes), Baltimore and Washington
JAMES HOWARD, 4gjilt.
"it ' '
Natlonnl l.lnAr.rti. i.i. .
BETWEEN NEW YORK, JEROOL'uEENS
Sn(ll w A.ND LONDON DIRECET.
vS2i LweekIy from Ker 89, North River New
it sSSj t-"Lf50 ": Excursions
Lj?r rates; outward steerage 817 and nre.
paid steerage tickets $19. '-Beine t" InJZr
F oew ork, 6 days, 15 hours and 41 mi
F. W. J. HURST. Manager.
M. DOWNES A SON", E. DOWNeS
Sail from PiSfo. Kffl York, CTery
T 1 t'lui,,, Saturday for ' 1
ULA&G0TY Yia L0ND0NDERR V
r or passage, Cabin Plans, etc. , aTnly to '
etc., arply to
Baily Except Saturday.
m?TheNoHN Hn 'grU " W P
Wd FrtdTy"1 Bpr- Verr UoDdy
MonwXV anPd Friday8- !ORNlS3
Fare. With horfri n 1,- ..7 . .
cursioh tickets $Tso ' ' "lu!room
fofdataaChT1STe3 the deP' on arrival of Hart
8tretf?rTOrfler of Church and Chape
Ticket! SdL' comnencing at 8:30 p m.
E eSNo ErSIM?" 1)6 Purchased at L
HoteVOTSfthA TS;?61 8treet' at the Tontine
ft1! ?f .t 3e Downes News Co.. 351 Chanel strwit
WJU .L uin inmrnflt nnn 1- , - ... '
D?R. lit rwilw at nu.l
C. M. CON KLIN, Agent,
New Haven, Conn,
CHARLES S. HAMILTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
YALE BANK BUILDING
CORNER CHAPEL AND STATE STS
New naven, Conn.
ATTORNEY' AT LAW.
Rooms 9 and 1 1,
69 Church St.
FINE CAULIFLOWER, LETTUCE
noltf 1,074 Chapel Street.
x-ruiricvnicKcns, mallard Bucks
Philadelphia Squab, Pigeons,
You Gece, Bomcstic
Bucks, Turkeys, Cauli
flowers, Pound Sweet
A splendid assortment or Game
Poultry, Meat, dec.
FRISBIE & HART,
350 and 352 State St.
WINDOW SHADE CO.,
And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Cornices, Cornice Poles, Etc.
By making a specialty of these goods we are ahla
lo show the largest assortment, and offer all goods
mwnimoM YJUtx LUtV PRICES.
Our styles in Drapery Curtains for the fall il
include the finest line of Imported Turcomans
shown in New England.
MR. lu B. JUDD will have charge of our Drapery
and Shade work, and orders by postal or telephone
will have prompt attention.
New Haven Window Shade Co.
694 CHAPEL STREET,
BELOW THE BRIDGE.
aue7'Pen Monday! and Saturday evenings.
BAGS! BAGS! Blosi
- "---Sk. VI s7
A complete stock of Tourit
Articles. The only cxcIusIfc trunk
store In the city. Trunk. nr.
and Sample Cases made to order
Repairing a specialty. Old trunk.
taken In exchange. Cood Goods
at Low prices at
P!T? f"VLi I'll e, rr oi
SIO Obapel Street .
BELOW THE BRIDGE.
In white and ii other desirable
' tints. :
The Best and Cheapest In the
A Large .Assortment or
Tarying In price from 50c nn.
MAS FRY'S CELEBRATED
AVEBILL CHEMICAL PAINT
D. S. GrlEOTT & SOIT,
wos. aro and ara State St.-
, v i. street, commencing at 9 p. m
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