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THE COCBT RECORD.
Cnrt Of Common riamu Judga Tor-
i This oonrt came in yesterday morning at
i Arguments were heard in the case of
George Brown vs. the town of Salisbury,
an action to recover for a fractured knee-pan.
Decision was reserved. '
Court adjourned until this morning at 10
City Court Criminal Side Judee
November 13. Mrs. Harriet Campbell,
breach of the peace against Mrs. Ellen
Nugent, $10 fine and $14.33 costs; Philip
Smith, breach of the peace against John R.
Dade, $5 fine and 6.18 costs; Theodore Beh
bein, embezzlement from Jeffreys & Co. ,con
tinned to November 20; William Killoy,
violating the Sunday liquor law, discharged;
Charles Murphy, non-support of wife, con
tinued to November 14; Dennis Cohen, theft,
$5 fine, $6.18 costs, and bound over to the
January term of the Superior court.
In the City court yesterday morning. Judge
Studley fined Philip Smith of Columbus ave
nue $5 and costs for an assault he committed
Wednesday night on John E. Dade at the
Meadow street armory.
The case of Theodore Rehbein, the young
salesman and collector who in accused of em
bezzling $1,000 from Jeffreys & Co,, his em
ployers, came up in the City court yesterday
and was again continued to November 20.
Jndge Studley granted the continuance at
the request of both Mr. Driscoll, counsel
for the complainant, and Mr. Bollman, coun
sel for accused. Eehbein is . out on $1,000
The case against William Killoy, the Grand
street saloon keeper, charged with keeping
his place open on Sunday, the 19th of Octo
ber, was tried in the City court yesterday
morning, with the result that the accused
was discharged. The case was tried by Jndge
Henney, of Hartford.
In the City court yesterday morning again
came up the case of Mrs. Harriet Campbell
of East Chapel street, charged with savagely
assaulting her neighbor, Mrs.. Ellen Nugent,
on November 7, the two women at the . time
being at the house of a recently deceased
neighbor, Mrs. Flannigan. Mr. Nugent
swore that he did not, as alleged by the de
fendant, cause the bruises on his wife s face
that she showed in court. After other testi
mony Judge Studley found Mrs. Campbell
guilty and fined her $10 and costs, the latter
amounting to $14.o5.
THE LOAVES AND FISHES.
Baskets of Food. Given to the Poor
and Hungry Enthusiastic Demo
crats Who Are No Longer Fam
ished. The Democrats appear to have had a disap
pointment in that a large amount of their
provisions for the collation Wednesday night
were uncalled for by the hungering "faith
ful" after the parade. Although admitted
ly "a very hungry and a very thirsty party,'
the "spoils" were for once too many for the
victors. But that fact was not due to any
lack of appetite on the part of those who
were present as much as to a strange miscal
culation as to the number of the hungry
multitude that was to be fed. Why the
"faithful" did not show np for the parade in
&3 large numbers as was expected is not
known, unless it be that a dread of a possi
ble reversal of that small, plurality
in New York State deterred many from par
ticipating in the five . mile go-as-you-please
procession. It is said that many dropped
out by the wayside and sought the most con
venient free lunch counters, there to linger
until the lights went ont, far from the inspir
ing music of the bands and the bright glare
ofcthe ruby light. It is also an open secret
that many declared that, having come into
possession of the treasury, the party should
furnish something better than crackers and
cheese, a diet of which they had grown weary.
and that they must have the quail and wine
for which they have been clamoring.
However these things may be, the armory
provision supply- seemed, arxrat as large yes-
teraav as n ii mo ugub ucusiu. j ic
beans looked wistfully np from their wooden
plates in mute reproach for being left aside.
Loaves of bread jostled each Other uncom
fortably in large baskets and passed resolu
tions denouncing the Democracy for their
suddenly acquired finical tastes. Thousands
of slices of thin meat looked out from be
tween slices of buttered bread and wondered
why the multitude had passed by on the oth
er side without so much as an approving
nod. Rosy-cheeked apples and colorless
comolexioned apples turned green with envy
and trampled upon each other in their bar
rels. Succulent crullers wondered pensively
it some miracle had occurred to take away
that awful Democratic appetite.
But very early in the morning came a
crowd that was nnngry euuugii lu oolishj i
most despondent sandwien or tnem an. inm
faesd, ragged boys, streaked, staring and half
starved little girls, and other persons whom
hunger visits frequently presented them
selves at the armory, and the food went like
"extras" on election day. They brought
baskets and barrels and filled them and went
away rejoicing. By 10 o'clock all the food
had gone. A hungry crowd gathered after
this hour and ate the crumbs from the table.
Even the sparrows were fed from the crumbs
Somebody's loss is somebody else's gain.
Xhe Training Clasa Donald G. Mlt"
. Mr. Marion Wilcox, who instructs the
sophomores in German, has an article in the
last New Englander on Eugene Schuyler's
"Peter the Great."
Mr. Seaver will form another training class
on Monday evening, provided that ten men
are ready to enjoy the benefits that can be
derived from such a class. The advantages
and improvements of those who joined the
first class need no recommendation.
The lectures given by Mr. Donald G.
Mitchell are deservedly very popular, the lec
ture room being well filled every hour. The
speaker talks in a very interesting and at
tractive way, giving the most important
points of the history of English literature
and touching as many minor points as the'
time allows. By this mode great aid to the
memory is given and, besides, things are
brought up that are very dry and uninterest
ing in the text book and set fotrh in a man
ner that calls and fixes the attention on them
and keeps the facts clear in the memory.
All to whom the opportunity is given will do
well to attend these lectures. The name of
the speaker is testimony enough of their
THE SILKEN BONDS OF MATRIMONY.
Last evening, the 12th, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
bert Reed gave their daughter, Kate Henriet
ta, in marriage to James Duane Viets, of
East Granby, the Rev. J. B. Cleaveland,
pastor, officiating. The Reed mansion, home
of the bride, spacious and unusually attrac
tive within and without, was filled with in
vited (meets, who brought bridal presents of
intrinsic value suited to adorn - one's home,
and to be useful in one's family.
The groomsman, Edward W. Dewey;
bridesmaid, his sister, Kate Estelle; the two
flower" children. Ida Belle Dibble and Ar
thur Reed Holcomb. The bridal party stood
under a floral bell pendent from a floral arch
spanning the entire ' large bay win
dow recess. This arch was set with
tx candles, white and red -in
terspersed. The parties were mar
ried in the use of the Episcopal form of mar
riage. Mr. Reed gave his daughter away,
uowiug ilia WMBue Witu o mnvo wjt iua luuiu.
Miss Adams, of TariffVille, a cousin, played
appropriately on the - piano- from
just before the bridal party entered
the room till they, had taken their
several places. " After the congratulations
she played again as they went ont of the
room till they took the positions assigned
at the bountifully spread wedding table.
Both parent of each of the wedded couple
were . present. Among the guests
were ' Miss . Moore of Springfield,
Mass.. Dr. Worcester of TarifEvOle and
Dr. Stratton and Judge Cornweli of this
town. The ushers were Arthur C. Holcomb
of Terryville and William Vandevere, son of
the old man eloquent," Byron Goddard,
Esq. , of West Granby.
I. P. Warren, editor of the Christian
Mirror, of Portland, Me., a former heroic
utHlavarv and temneranoe rvaator here for
several years, ia to preach at the First Con
gregational church next Sabbath. It is ex-
pected that his discourse will be largely
memorial, the present church edifice . hating
been erected just about fifty- years aco, "viz..
Lin October, 1834. Dr. Warren during
his welcome visit to this place will
be the guest of Judge A. T. Cornweli
Hinman A. Dibble is erecting on his-home
grounds a convenient and well made tobacco
Most of our public schools have just closed
to remain so till after Thanksgiving, which
Gov. Waller invites the people of this com
monwealth "to celebrate at their altars and
hearthstones" on the 27th instant. The de
vout Governor ought to have appended to
his elaborate and saintly proclamation not
"Ood save the commonwealth," as in Massa
chusetts, but "A short horse soon curried. "
Thompsonville Democrats celebrated Tnes-.
day night with a big street parade, fireworks,'
two bands, three drum corps, two cannons
and continuous cheering. - Nearly 300 came
from Windsor Locks to join the procession.
A Belva Lockwood club, dressed in Mother
Hnbbards, with the leader carrying a parasol,
was a feature of the parade. The streets
were crowded along the line of march, and
Republicans as well as Democrats illuminated
their houses. ' '
Mrs. John White, a Thompsonvilla lady,
fell dead from heart disease recently , while
sitting quietly in a chair at her home.
The Windsor Locks Democrats had a pa
rade last night with a broom brigade, Belva
Lockwood clnb and a Republican carrying
the flag at the head of the procession as the
result of a wager. Companies were expected
from Hartford, SufBeld, Warehouse Point,
Thompsonville and other places, and a ban
quet was held in Burnap's Hall to close the
Southington is in process of " being over
run with cockroaches which are said to have
been imported in barrels of unfinished goods
bought by the Southington Cutlery company
from a Philadelphia firm. -----
Michael Dowd, of Norwalk, a workman in
a foundry, was caught in a belt on Saturday
and carried several times around the shaft.
One arm was torn oS above the elbow. He
is doing well and may recover.
VICTIMS OF SPECULATION.
How They Are Drawn Into the Mael
strom Speculators' Superstitions.
From the Philadelphia Times. 1
"There's a better opportunity to study hu
man nature on Third street than almost any
where else," said a member of the firm of
L." H. Taylor & Co. yesterday. "The most
experienced operator on the street meets with
surprises in his rough estimate of different
men daily. " Stock speculating is utterly dif
ferent from any other porsuit as it brings to
the surface the stuff men are made of. If
moral courage were divorced from stock spec
ulating more men would lose fortunes than is
"It requires courage to dabble with stocks.
The man who makes a venture on a hundred
shares of a doubtful stock and regrets it two
or three minutes afterward will never be a
successful speculator. It's the man who isn't
afraid who comes ont ahead, some men
when they make their first venture and lose
are afraid to follow it np and retire after a
brief and expensive experience.
"Some men won t Duy stoclts on a Jtton-
dav: others are afraid on Tuesdays and Wed
nesdays or Thursdays, and a great many will
hardly eo near a ticker on inaay. others,
again, can't be induced to buy on a rainy
dav. One of the best known newspaper men
in Philadelphia nsed to hold his wVltch in
his hand and buy at fourteen minutes of
eleven o clock, and sell at eleven lninutes
after twelve. In three dayS he had lost all
the cash he had. Some men have certain
hours in the day when they buy and certain
hours for selling. There are thousands of
superstitions; and yet the men who dabble
m stocks are intelligent men.
"Frequently the men who do not look
overly bright are the shrewdest. Some
bright looking man will get the report of a
railroad ana study it carefully ana then Deem
to speculate with the stock. Now he's not
the successroi speculator, mere s no system,
no science in speculation. It requires knowl
edge, to be sure. That generally has to be
bought and paid for. The man who studies
the crops and knows how many thousand
bushels of com and oats are produced
throughout the country and studies the
fluctuations of different stocks is what is
called a crood speculator."
" Beginners generally buy a hundred shares
of some stock on margin," said Charles
Wray of the firm of Fell, Wray & Co. "If
they make money on their first venture they
become reckless and buy stocks promiscuous
ly and, as a rule, come out at the little end
of the horn. The novice on the street gener
ally makes his farst investment through hear
ing of a lucky hit a friend has made. Of course
he never hears of the friend's losses. The
friend never tells about them. It'a only
when he makes a hundred or two that he
tells his friends and that generally results in
some one ot them making an invest
"About the men who are wretched through
speculation, the stories are exaggerated very
greatly. There are failures in every busi
ness. The only difference between the spec
ulator who loses and the storekeeper who
fails is that the speculator loses his pile
quicker. What the speculator loses event
ually goes into the coffers of the big opera
tors" like Vanderbilt and Gould. The man
who takes the quick profits makes the money.
The man who holds on, hoping for a bigger
rise, loses, as a rule, in the end. I remember
a grocery clerk who was discharged from a
large wnolsesaie nouse m tnis city. Me had
$1,500 and went right on the street and be
gan selling .Northern Pacinc preferred short.
He kept it up for six or seven months and
then stopped short, worth nearly 8100,000.
Not long ago he went abroad to see the
"He'll come back again after he's spent
say 25,000," went on the broker, "and he'll
be back on the street. Nine chances out of
ten -he'll lose all he's made. The great wise
man is he who knows when to stop. But I
know of hardly any instances where men let
well enough alone.
"Gamblers who win at cards invariably
lose at stock speculating, and yet they are
nervy as a rule. I know of many instances
where large pots won at poker found their
way a few hours later on Third street and
that was the last the gambler would see of
the money. Some gamblers aro successful,
but not many.
"Politicians are great speculators, but,
taken as a whole, they're not successful.
Several well known leaders have made big
stnKes on inira street, out tney aian't stop.
They went ahead the next day and left it all.
and a little more. There are not many men
on the street now who do nothing but spec
ulate in stocks. JN early all the speculators
are merchants and business men, who want
to make a little something outside."
Coopering: In tne North Sea. .
KFrom the London Times.
For some time past it has been notorious
that the system of "coopering" is being ex
tensively carried on in the North Sea. A
number of finely built vessels, some of them
fitted np in a rather sumptuous manner, have
been sailing about the northern coast, all of
them well supplied with grog, cigars, and to
bacco, which they retail among passing ships.
The principal business done by them has
hitherto, however, been among fishermen en
gaged in the herring fishery. At present
there are several thousands of men engaged
in the prosecution of the herring fishing in
dustry on the Yorkshire and Durham coasts,
the port of Whitby alone employing 12,000
to 15,000. It has been the habit of many of
the fishermen to board the coopering vessels
daring the night time, and to purchase quan
tities of brandy, cigars, and tobacco, which
they have landed, along with their cargoes of
herring, in the morning. In this way they
have escaped detection, and many casks and
jars of spirits, bales of tobacco, and boxes of
cigars have been landed and sold at a less
rate than they could be purchased at in the
ordinary way. An extensive trade of this
kind has been carried on, and it'is no secret
that large quantities of the stuff are thus illic
itly landed and are stored away. The stuff is
believed to be shipped from Holland, the pro
prietors of the craft which are employed on
the coast in this trade being all or nearly all
Dutchmen. The liquor is reported to be of
vile quality, and is said to produce a mad
dening effect upon those who take much of
it, while the tobacco and cigars are said to
be, as a rule, wretched. Nevertheless, large
quanuues ui. uieBo scores are consnmea. J. lie
coastguard of Whitby have been fully cogni
zant of these proceedings, but until yesterday
tney nave Deen entirely Damea in tneir efforts
to make a capture. Yesterday, however, the
chief of her majesty's coastguard stationed
at Whitby, with a number of armed men,
put off in their boats, and boarded several of
tne nsbing craft as tbey came into the har
bor. Eoch suspiciotui-looking vessel was
carefully overhauled by the coastguard and
by Mr. Cosgrove, second officer of customs,
aad all places likely to contain contraband
goods were diligently searched. Somehow
or other the fishermen had, it is supposed,
got wind of the intended raid, for dozens of
vessels were examined without any contra
band goods being found. Ultimately, the
coastguard bearded a vessel in which, after a
long search, they found a quantity of brandy
and tobacco craftily concealed among the
bors. Those goods ware immediately
?ot2iod- The seizure has been reported to
the aiithoritiee-in London, who will doubt- 1
leas order a prosecution of the smugglers.
The effect of the raid has bean to create a
consternation among the local fisherman. It
day be noted that hi the former days Whit-'
by was a famous head center of smuggling
operations on the Yorkshire coast.
From Death's Door.
M. SC. Devereaux, of Ionia, Mich., was a sight to
behold. He says: "I had no action of the Kidneys
and suffered terribly. My legs were as big as my
body and my body as big as a barrel. The best
doctors gave me up. Finally I tried Kidney-Wort.
Is four or five days a change came, in eight or ten
days I was on my feet, and now I am completely
cored. It was certainly a miracle." All druggists
keep Kidney-Wort, which is put tip both in liquid
and dry form. - '
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bath sponges to arrive next week.
OCO eOd WHITTLESEY'S URUO STOKE.
Dtthkkk's Salad Drbssfnq & Cold Meat Sauce
The universal favorite both in the TJ. S. and Great
Britain. Wholesome, delicious, economical and
nutritious. Save anxiety, waste and "trouble.
nov jo eoaat,
wild rhrrv Hrx'k and Rve as nrenared bv I. Cal
vin Shafer should be kept constantly in every fam
ily as a preventive or ana remedy ior colas ana au
the had rasnlts therefrom. Don t fail to set from
your grocer or druggist a bottle of the above, and
be sure it is the genuine. nov 10 eod3t
Cotm Coughs, Golds, Hoarseness, Crontv Astiii, gj
Bronchitis. Whoopincr Couch, Incipient Consump- Kg
persons in advanced stages of I
the disease. Price 26 cts. Cau-
tton. Tne uennine ur. uu
u Cough Syrup is sold only in
1 white wrappers, and bears our
f registered Trade-Marks to wit :
i A Bull's Head in a Circle, a Bed-
k Strip Vauzton-JctDei, ana tne
Bfac-similesiirnatnresof John W.
Bull dk A.C. Meyer & Co., 6
Prop's, Baltimore, Md., U. S. .
Chew Lance's Pings The great Tobacco An.
Hoc! Price IP CM. Soid by all Druggists.
IB. Bradley & Go.'s
AND EXAMINE THE NEW
Entirely Free From Dust.
For sale only by
E. B. Bradley & Co.,
No. 406 State Street,
77, 79 and 81 Court Street.
no 1 02awaw
Pratt's Astral Oil
Is acknowledged the world over
to be the safest and best illumin
ating Oil for family use ever made,
Its price is the only objection
ever urged against it ; but con
sinners should consider that at a
retail price of 5 cents per gallon
above other oils, the additional
cost to u"n ordinary family using,
say thirty gallons per year, would
be only 13 cents per month, or
about one dollar and fifty cents
for au entire year. Why should
any risk be taken to save so small
an annual outlay ?
PRATT MANUFACTURING CO.,
NEW YORK CITY.
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers.
FOR SALE BY
STODDARD, KIMBEBLY & CO.
New Haven, Conn.
The Astral is particularly adanted for use in O;
Stoves, on account of its absolute safety and free
dom from odor.
A full line of card samples of'
- will be found with
J. P. BARKER, Jr.,
. .SALES AGENT,
'Mw Lem-New Haven,Ct
Cared without the use or
W. REED,(M. D., Harvard, 1842)
and ROBERT M. REED,)M. D., Har
vard 1876), Evans Home, 17s
Tremont St., Boston, treat
FISTCI.A,PII.ES and ALL
DISEASES OF THE BEO
TUM, without detention from
business. Reference given. Bend
for pamphlets. Office hours It a.
m. to 4 o'clock p.
in. lexcep ouumty . aaoeouiy
KEELEB St. CO., Eastern Agents.
83 TO 81 WASHINGTON STREET, C0BNEB ELM
aSmwsSmnr . BOSTON.
Merchant Tailoring tev
7, and Clothing House - TS$J
, v in America. ifir
A Stronger market with Better Prices
Values OB theAd Vance Throughout
and Flg-nres Highest at- the Close.
New York, Nov. 13.
The stock market this morning was active and the
tone strong. With the exception of a brief interval
of selling In the early dealings and a fractional de
cline, prices were almost steadily on the advance
and at noon figures were 14 to 1H up from those of
last night. There was nothing in the situation to
warrant the advance- and it was apparently due to
manipulation. The railroad war remains unchanged,
both east and west, nothing having been done at the
meeting of the presidents and the. committee of
Chicago railroads at Commissioner Fink's office
yesterday. To-day the committee discussed the
passenger rates, but up to a late hour this afternoon
nothing had been done. It was stated by some
brokers that a -compromise had been reached by the
eastern trunk line presidents by the terms of which
the Pennsylvania roadagrees not to make the war
worse by cutting rates, but this statement could not
be confirmed. Jersey Central was pressed for sale
on a revival of reports of an intention on the part
of the Reading officials to default the December di
vidend. It was reported that Reading ' would also
default on the January interest on its own bonds.
At the lowest Jersey Central showed a decline of 1
percent. From noon until two o'clock the market
was less active and under some realizing prices re
acted fractionally, but in the last hour there was
increased activity and on-a good buying the market
closed buoyantly with about the best figures of the
day generally current. The advance ranged )$ to
2)4 per cent. Jersey Central closed at yesterday's
figures. The specialties were dull and featureless.
The sales to-day aggregated 247,800 shares.
Money closed easy at lji per cent.
Exchange closed steady.
American Bell Tel. 194
Alton and Terra Haute 21
Alton and Terre Haute pfd 75
American District Telegraph
Boston & N. Y. Air Line pfd. 85
Burlington and Quincy 118
C. C. C. and I. 33
Canadian Pacific. 44
Central Pacific... 3356
Chicago and Alton , 125
uoi., unic. & ma. tjentrai. -
Chesapeakeland Ohio 5
Chesapeake and Ohio, 1st pfd. 93
unesaneaKe ana unio. xa ma 0
Del. Lack, and Western
Del. and Hudson Canal...'
Denver and Rio Grande .
Erie pfd ;
Erie and Western
East Tenn., Va.!& Ga. ' 4-K
" " " nf d 7
Express Adams 130
United States 51
Wells Fargo 10G
Houston & Texas 31
Ind.. Bloom. & West 13
Illinois Central 115
Kansas & Texas 15J.6
Lake Shore 6Gj&
Louisville & Nsshville 24
Manhattan Elevated 71 s
Mil., Lake Shore & W
" " " Pfd
Biutual Union Tel
Memphis and Charleston
OUUUIKIUI -,.H l-l Vl ...................
M. and St. Louis
M. and St. Louis pfd
Mobile and Ohio
Morris and Essex 12a
Nashville and Chattanooga 35
New Jersey Central. . . - 40!4
New York Central !?7J6
New York & NeWEne 994
New York. New Haven & Hartfordl78
New York Elevated 115
N. Y. Chicago & St. Louis......... 5U
" ' " Df d . 7
New Central Coal
Northern Pacific pfd
Norfolk ana West Dfd
Oil Certificates. .. Z 69
Ohio Central SJ4
Ohirt firirl Mioaiwinrti . . Irt
Omaha . 27
Omaha pfd. 87
Ontario and Western 11
Oregon Transcontinental.. 12
Pacific Mail 51
Peoria, D. and Evansvilie 12 J4
Reading - 22?4
Richmond and Danville
Richmond and West Point 13
Rock Island 110
Rochester and Pitts 3
St. Paul 74
St. Paul pfd 103
St. Paul and Duluth
St. Paul and Duluth pfd
St. Paul, M. and M 82
Texas Pacific 9-J4
Union Pacific 51M
Wabash pfd 11
Western Union Tel 59
United Pipe Line Ctfs.
West Shore '. 40
Government bonds closea as touows:
6s 81, continued
4U!a '01 rpp- 112?iall3
4i6s. '91, coup 114 all4
teTiaw, reg 121al21
4s, 1907, coup. 121?4al21
6e iuu a
Currency 6s, '95 126 bid
Currency 6s, '96 127
Currency 6s, '97 130
Currency 6s, '98 131
Currency 6s, '9 132
Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows:
Orants . : II
Closing prices reported over the private wires of
UUAPilUiL OUttajN run. anKers hdu. jmuers.
Chicago Gralu and Provision Mar
Closing quotations Reported over Private Wires
to Edwin Bowe 4c 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:
Nov. 11. Nov. 12. Nov. 13.
Wheat, 302 cars; corn, 181 cars;oats. 111 cars; hogs,
BOUGHT AND SOLD
BUNNELL & SCRANT0N,
noli 732 and 734 Chapel Street.
WESTERN FARM -LOANS
On Hand at 7 1-2 percent. Interest.
Choice In all Respects.
(900, security $3,000. $1,000, security $5,600.
$1,400, security $4,200.
These loans are all from one agenoy, bear the
Loans on hand of all sizes, with various rates of
85 Orange Street.
STOCKS AND BONOS FOR SALE
$10,000 N. Y., N. H. and Hartford 1st mort 4s.
$10,000 N. H. & Northampton R. R. 5s and 6s.
$5,000 Cincinnati, Ind., St. L. and Chicago 6s.
100 shares Diamond Match Co.
100 shares Goodyear Rubber Glove Co.
100 shares Wilson Manufacturing Co.
75 shares Branf ord Lock Works.
Small lots of Yale, Merchants', County Banks,
Homo and First National Banks of Meriden, N. Y.,
N. H. H. R. R.
W. T. HATCH & SOtfS,
Michigan Central R. R. Co.,
First mortgage Main Line 5 per
Dne May 1, 1902. Interest payable May 1st and No
These bonds are part of the 7 per cent, first con
solidated mortgage, reserved to retire prior liens,
and are now issued with the rate of interest reduced.
We offer a limited amount for sale and recom
mend them as a nrst class investment.
VERMILYE & CO.,
IVos. 1S and 18 IVassau !St.,
MEW YORK CITY.
POOR, WHITE & GEEEN0UGH,
Prime Railway Securities Always on
Hand for Investment.
Minneapolis Real Estate 1 Per Cent.
Bonds for sale at 101 and Interest.
Proprietors of "POOR'S MAHCA1 OF
45 WALL ST. NEW YORK.
CHARLES A BROOKS, I E. H. HOAG,
Nkw Haven, Conx. (
7 and 8 per cent. Net tolnyestors
NOTHING SAFER. LOANS ON PRODUCTIVE
FARMS. CAREFULLY SELECTED.
For particulars inquire personally er address
CHARLES A. BROOKS & CO.,
ocl7 838 Chapel street .
Naagatnck Railroad Company.
Bridokport, Conn., Oct 27, 1884.
NOTICE. The .innin! mAAtln? of tlie Stodchold-
ersof tne Naugatncfc Railroad Co. for the election
of directors for tne year ensinng, and transaction of
other business, will be held at the President's office
in Bridgeport, on Wednesday, the Itta day ot No-
yembemext, at 11 o'clock a. m.
OCXaOaWOaWSW U. NiUttULBi Becrewy
November .. 75
December . . . 78
November . . . 25
BUSH & DEISIOWS
SAFETY OIL !
150 FIRE TEST.
The New York Board of Fire
Underwriters say "Bush & Dens
low's Premium Safety Oil is a per
fectly safe illuminator and its use
will result in a great saving of
life and property." '
Tnis Oil has been in use about
15 years and is the only Oil In the
United States that has ever been
officially endorsed by the Kew
Tork Board of Underwriters,
Further comment seems unneces
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT.
E. A. WHITTLESEY,
" A well-known bank president has
written for a Chicago weekly an article
entitled" Where Haa the Money Gone?"
If he is a married man, with large family
of active children, we advise him to look
over the bills for shoes Evening Call, FMla
A. parent in PhiladelpUia, an
swers the above thus: "I found
that a GOOD Shoe was cheapest
ana tliat the SOLAS TIP tvas
Best, ana have SA VJE1) FIFTY
PER CENT, on Cliildren's
shoe bills by buying tJiem only."
CATJTIOfT Be not deceived as there
are hundreds of imitations of the
SOLAS TIP, such as " Sole Leather
Tip," etc. Every genumepairhas trade
mark on sole on which is maker's name
" JOHIf MUJJDELL & CO."
TRUNKS, TRUNKS, TRUNKS
BAGS ! BAGS ! BAGS
A complete stock or Tourists'
Articles. Xhe only exclusive trunk
store In the city. . Trunks, Bag!
and Sample Cases made to order,
Repairing a specialty. Old trunks
taken in exchange. Good Good
at Low prices at
CROFUT & CO.'S,
210 Claapol Stroet
- BELOW THE BRIDGE.
Prairie Chickens, Mallard Bucks
Philadelphia Squab, Pigeons,
Young Geese, Domestic
Ducks, Turkeys, Cauli
flowcrs, Pound Sweet
A splendid assortment of Game
Poultry, Meat, &c.
FRISBIE & HART,
350 and 352 State St
New Salt Mackerel. Spanish Mackerel. Hard and
Soft Shell Crabs, Halibut, Eels, Mackerel, Bound
mm uung uiains, ijoosters, oysters, etc., etc.. tne
oest in tne marKet.
Reed's market, 59 Church Street
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE.
se ft. W. SMITH. Manager.
L.AVS SHVIVlil 31JEMCINE.
?A9S MARX T,n Gain E.nTRADE MARK
KKMsr.v. An unijuiing
cure tor Sein'nM VN tat-
ness, Sperms tor rhcai, Im
L potency, acd all lise&se
that fellow ne a aeqnenoe
ofSelf-Abosc; fts Jo of
Mmcrj, Universal Is-
Hnde-Fain in His Bade,
ture Old Ape, and many
Insanity or Co:ua:ntc
fiEFGRF TAlEIWD da reinir Grsv.AETCB TARIflS.
BtfWARKOfadvertlartoerta to nefnn tnocey, when druppisUfrot
rnom tne meaicinc ib wug"iwB. iiiusD, uui re er yon so w
manufacturers, and the requirement re inch that they are ksx-dom, i
stb, complied with. See their written fraaran lee. A trial of one air.
r)e package cl firay'i Spec'Jic will convince the moU tkepticvj of i
On aacoatcf coanttrfefta, we ban adopted tire Ytllow Wrapper ; r.
t5grFoll particulars in onr pamrn M, wbu-l. wtdesveto rend free f
mall to everyone. gBT The Spei-iiic Mettirina i told by all dn'pfis'
at 1 per package, or iixprxJMscesf-r$r,orw:ll Decent free by mail i
l be receiptof the raoEev,lv atldrees'ns
The Gray Medicine Cc, Buffalo, N. Y.
SOIaD BIT IC5SAI5SON & CO,,
V.ZVT tAVEN. CO 21.
60LB MEDAL, PASIS, 187b.
Warranted absolutely puro
Cocoas frora which the excess of
Oil haa been removed. It haa three
times the strength of Cocoa mixed
with Starch. Arrowroot or Sugar,
and ia therefore far more economi
cal. It is delicious, noarishiug
strengthening, easily digested, and
admirably adapted for invalids as
frail as for persons in health.
Sold hj Grocers eTerywhere.
CO,, Dorcliester, Mass.
?IaECTBO-VOLTAIG BriLT and other Er-ECTRio
Hi Appliakcfjj ara sent en t0 Days' Trial TO
KEN ONLY. YOUNG OK OU, -who are sulTer
Inj -from Nkr-tous I'v.r.zj.iT . Lost Vitalitt.
wasting W:iCTffR3SE md all tliose diseases of a
FznsosAL N vroHtt, rrfniltlug- from Asusiza and
Other Caos-r. Sne-riy r!ipf and complete
restoratioa to PKALTfi, Vioie and Mahhood
GUAJtKTF.rr. S'iid et onc-a tor Illustrated
Famph iet frve. A t ttlresa
V01,1A!C PFTr f'ft.V MwrwlmH. UTirh.
Ib a type of catarrh
having- peculiar symp
tnma Tr. is attended
E Ji.yfltft A" "UJ affecting tnelungs. an
Wii?Trr rr-r. I$ S fI acrid mucus is secret
rHAfEVERll'a ifted, the discharge isae
lJ i5r SiTl companied with a pain
- rt&eFF'- J f" burning sensauun.
T e,f 1 There a ro Be v ere
I ft i spasms of sneezing, fre-
Bnr I quent attacks ot blind
-i I l-oC5?aa 1 ine headache, a watery
and inflamed state of
Itiie eyes. Bly'i
Ore&m Bains is a
remedy founded on a
-.. . 1 iftOTiraus of thin
.i , .i.i An hA dnnended upon. SO cents at
druggists. GO cents by mail. Sample bottle by mail,
lOoEIr BROTHERS, Druggists, Owego, New
CALL ON US
FRESH. SUPPLIES DAILY.
Prima Beef a Sjeclalty.
L. C. PFAFF & SON
ocl - . '
Striped. Ban, Sea Baas, MacRerel,
Smelt. Salmon Trent. Live '
Cod, Scollops, Salmon,
- Frost Fisn,
Whlte Flsli, Halibut, Lobsters.
A.A jftv. ja.A
A. FOOTE & CO.'S,
os8 ST-Tina e&T.
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE
For Iiadlea and Centlemeii.
757 CHAPEL STREET, NEAR STATE STREET
Otien from 6 a. m. to 13 v. m.
.T. r. PITTGREE. nronrietor. Bill of fare comnrises
a full line or tne oest arxiciei ootainaoie.
N. B. Paclcages checKea ana cared for tree or
expense. ociq am
E. D. HENDEE,
W. D. BRYAN,
CU S T OSI TAILOR,
NO. 127 CHURCH ST.
THE PEOPLE LIKE IT
What more refreshing and satisfying than a cup of
COFFEE OB TEA
when the goods come from
Dawson's Popular Store,
3-44; STATE ST.-
Tale Bant Halloing.
They sell at low prices
And Give A Good Article.
COFFEES ROASTED DAILY.
HOUSE AND SIGH PAINTING.
GRAINING AND PAPERING.
Fins Selection of Wall Papers.
Elegant and Attractive Cilt Pa
pers, Borders to Matcli.
Contracts for Decorating
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, WINDOW GLASS
And all materials pertainirf M Vie business.
RANSOM KIi ;.S,
492 State Street, ToiUJs Block.
se-24tf " .
Coal and Wood.
REST quality furnished in any quantity. Coal
20c. 25c and 30c Dor basket S5.50 per ton. Oak
wood 25c per bbl Sbblsforgl. Chestnut wood 20c
perbbl 6bblsfor$l. Large barrels. Don't get
barrels made expressly for the wood business. Or-
ders by mail promptly attended to. ' B- FLY NN,
Factory and 897 George streets. se253m
WINDOW SHADE CO
And Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Cornices, Cornice Poles, Etc
By making a specialty of these goods we aro able
to show the largest assortment, and offer all goods
in our line at VERY LOW PRICES.
Our styles in Drapery Curtains for the Fall wil
include the finest line of Imported Turcomans ever
shown in New England.
MR. L. B. JUDD will have charge of our Drapery
and Shade work, and orders by postal or telephone
will have prompt attention.
Hew Haven Window Shade Co
694 CHAPEL STREET,
BELOW THE BRIDGE.
N. B. Open Monday and Saturday evenings.
CAN BE REMOVED
London, Perfumers to Her Majesty the Queen, have
tinventea ana patented tne wona-renownea
Which removes Smallpox '.Marks of however long
standing. The application is simple and harmless
causes no inconvenience and contains nothing inju
rious, oena ior particulars.
LEON & CO.'S "Depilotory"
Removes Superfluous Hair in a few minutes without
pain or unpleasant sensation never to grow again,
fcimpie ana narmiess. run airecuona sent oy mau
GEO. W. SHAW, Gen. Agt.,
319 A TREMONT STREET, BOSTON, MASS.
EN Bulk and Bottles, from Vermont.
E. E. HALL & SON.
DECORATIVE PAPER HANGINGS
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC.
PLATT & THOMPSON,
64 and 60 Orange tt. and 5 Center St
"Now readv at the verv lowest nrices. Call and
examine before purchasing elsewhere. 816 Chat
street. New Haven, Co . ocfi
11 i&N made a
tion In Elgin
Call and set
his prices be
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER cMIl
All kinds of repairing done at short notice. se20
FINE CALF1 SHOE.
With Glove Calf Top (in Congress, Bctton or Lace
should, ask their dealer for the
nr. I.. DOUGLAS 93 SHOE,
whicH tor excellence, ease and economy
eouaJs any 5 sboe in ths m&rfeet. S.STTO pairs sold
last month. All goods warranted. 'Mate no mis
take' see that his name and the price is stamped on
tfle bottom ot eacn snoe. UKnvn as.vs.,
New Haven and lerby Railroad.
Train Arrangement commencing Jul7 16,1884.
LEAVE NEW HAVEN
At 7:00 and 9:50 a. m., 2:00 4:45, 6:20 p. m. Satur
days ac u:wp,m.
At 6:S5, 9:05 and 11:40 a. j.-i., S:25 and 7:31 p. m.
Connections are made at Ansonia with passenger
trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Haven
wit h tne principal trains of other roads centering
there. E. S. QUINTARD, Supt.
New Haven, July IB. 1884.
Plitladelphia and Reading R. R.,
(BOUNT BROOK ROUTE.)
FOR TRENTON AND PHILADELPHIA.
Station in New York, foot of Liberty Street, North
COMMENCING JUNE 22, 1884.
Leave New York for Trenton and Philnrielnhta
4:00,7:45,9:30,11:15 a.m., 1:30, 4:00, 4:30, 5:30,7:00
For Sunbury, Lewisburg and Williamsport, 7:45 a
in. mm p. in. umwmg Koom cars on all ttay
trains and Bleenln? Cars on nierht trains
Leave Philadelphia, corner Ninth and Greene
streets, 7:30, 8:80, 9:30, 11:00 a. m., 1:15, 3:45, 6:40,
6:45, 12:00 p. m. Sundays 8:30 a. m., 5:S0, 12:00 Jn.
Leave od and Berks sis. 5:10, 8:20, 9:00, 10:80 a. m.,
1, 8:30, 5:20, 6:30 p. m. Sundays 8:15a. m 4:30 p. m.
6:20, 8:03, 9:00. 10:08, 11:35 a. m., 1:54. 4:22, 6:, 7:2
p. m. Sundays 1:25, 9:18 a. m., 6:15 p. m.
j. k. riAijui-:n., li. r. BALDWIN,
G. P. & T. A., Philadelphia, Gen. East. Pas. Agt,
J. E. WOOTTEN, Gen. Manager. .
COMMENCING SEPT., 29, 1S84.
Trains Leave New Haven via N. Y.. N. H. AH.
R. R. at 9:30 a. m. and 4:07 p. m., connecting at
isnageporii ror i-ittsneia ana miermeaiate stations,
Aiucuiy via outte 1 -in" ana Esaratoga.
a. if. avekilu oenerai Ticket Agent.
W. H. YEOMAN'S, Superintendent.
General Offices, Bridgeport, Conn.
IF YOU ARE GOING
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. & II. R. R., New
COMMENCING JULY 17th, 1884. trains leave
New Haven via N H. & D. R. K., connecting with
this road at
7:00 a. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger
tl (LIU 1U1 IT.UCIUUIJ, UlMJUIIdU OI1U ! Ill
9:50 a. m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown,
2:00 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger
tram ior wateroury.
5:45 p. In. Through car for "Waterbury, "Watertown,
6:20 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia for Waterburv.
iUK new tiAVrJiN Trains leave wmsteu: v:iu
i. m., 1:28 p. m., with through car, and at 5:25 p. m.
TrCAljNo AjriAVl. V A lijltlj U t X AC o:3u a. m..
8:26 a. m., through car, 10:50 a. m., 2:44 p. m.
tlirough car, 6:45 p. m.
Bridgeport, July 17, 1884. .
New York, New Haven & Hart
ford R. R., Sov. lO, 1884.
TRAINS LEAVE NEW HAVEN AS FOLLOWS
FOR NEW YORK 3,58,4:18,4:28, 5:15, 6:80,7:30
no;iv, o.ou, ij.-m, iu.w, t. iu,( .i .w vi.
way train to Stamford), 1:30, 2:30, 3:50 (4:00
way- to Stamford, thence Ex. to New York),
5:02, 5:40, 7.00, 7:15 milk tram with pass, ac
commodation to South Norwalk, thence express
to new i ork. (H:oo way to isnagepon), -o:s,
9.00 p m Sundays, 3:58, 4:18, 8:00 a,
in.. 5:00. 7:15. 8:38 D. m.
WASHINGTON NIGHT EXPRESS VIA HARLEM
RIVER Leaves at 11 :50 p. m. daily, stops at
Milford, Bridgeport. South Norwalk and Stam
FOR BOSTON VIA SPRINGFIELD 1:02 night,
6:52,8:00, 11:05 a. m., l:lli, 3:12, 6:26 p. m.
Sundavs. 1:02 night. 6:26 p. m.
FOR MONTREAL via Conn. River and C. V. R. R.
11:05, a. m., 6:26 p. m. daily except Sunday.
FOR BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PRO VI
. DENCE 12:45 nieht. 10:25 a. m.. fast express.
4:05 p. m. Fast Express, Sundays 12:45 night.
If Urt uutjlvfl VIA 1 1 r 1.1 11 1 n. i.e..
E. R. R 2:30 a. m. daily.
FOR BOSTON Via Air Line and N. Y. & N. E. R. R.
8.05 a. m., 1.25 p. m., 5.05 p. m. fast express.
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, 3:12, 4:50 (5:55 to HarttorU), ti:Me,
8:12 n. m. Sundavs 1:02 ight. 6:26 p. m.
FOR NEW LONDON, ETC 12:45 night, 8:08,
10:25 a. m., (10:35 a. m., 3:30 p. m. way to Say
brook). 4:05, 6:18 p. m. (9:00 p. m. train to Guil
ford goes no farther.) Sundavs 12:45 night.
VLV B. & N. Y. AIR LINE DIVISION for Middle-
town, Willimantic, Etc. Leave New Haven for
all stations at 8:05 a. m., 1:25,5:05 6:15p.m. Con;
nect at Middietown with (jonn. vaney tt. it.,
and at Willimantic with N. Y. & N. E. and N. L.
& N. R. R., at Turnerville with Colchester
Brancn. Trams arrive in jn ew riaven ac n:w a.
in., 1:22, 8:55 p. m.
E. M. REED, Vice President.
Sev Haven & Northampton R. R
ON AND AFTER NOV. 10, 18S4, TRAINS WILL
LEAVE NEW HAVEN at 7:15 a. ro,, 11:10 a. m. and
4:04 p. m. ror New tiartrora, westneia, rioiyone,
Williamsburg. Turner's Falls and North Adams.
At 6:25 p. m. Accommodation Train for New Hart-
lora ana v lniamsourg.
Trains will arrive from Williamsburgh and all in
termediate points at 9:17 a. m., and from North
Adams, Turner's Falls, and all points between, at
i:ii p. m., 4:04 p. rn. ana c:so p. m.
For particulars see small time tallies at all sta-
l - T 1 , V L" 1.- Tn ij . . . ,t
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY
3 To 38 EAST 42d STREET
(Opposite Grand Central Depot,)
A BUILDING FIREPROOF THROUGHOUT
Now ready for the transaction of business. Boxes
rented at "from $10 to $300 per year. Silver, Trunks
and packagesstored under guarantee.
Private entrance, Reception and Toilet Rooms for
Vault, Coupon, Reception and Toilet Rooms on
the ground floor and directly accessible to the
street. . ttooms or space in me
for Furniture, Works of Art and Merchandise
rented by the month or year. Trunk stoarg-e
THOS. L- JAMES, A. VAN SANTVOORD,
President. Vice President
J. H- B. EDGAR, J. R. VAN WORMER,
TO BE SOLD
For the Next Thirty Days,
EACH AT 95 CENTS.
GOODYEAR RUBBER STORE,
73 Church Street,
Opposite the Postoffice.
P. C. TUTTLE,
Litclielfl County Poultry!
FINE CAULIFLOWER, LETTUCE
noltr h07i Chapel Street.
Claret and Sauterne Wines.
"1TTE have received this day 100 cases of Esche
V nauer & Co.'s "Wines, our own direct imrtorta
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 or our customers desiring reuaDle and
straignt" v mes. tuw. rj. rlAL.1, x BON,
iy21 770 Chanel Street
VAULTS AND CESSPOOLS.
Be sure your Vaults and Cess
pools are in good condition be
fore not weather sets here. Send
your address to .
A. N. FAKNHAM,
P. O. BOX 275 CITY, OR MAY BE LETT AT R
B. BRADDEY & CO.'S, 408 State street, ROBT
VEITCH& SON'S. 974 Chapel street. mUS
' THE IlXJIf ROYAL.
"llTlTHnew Improvemente, realizes fully that
W ideal of beautv and utility which the nnhlin
tase has long demanded in a heating stove. The
decorative features are of a high order. Its practi
cal features are PERFECT. The upper paJDels are
ornamented with LOW'S A HT TltES. All trie
edges and mouldings are steel finished. Tt has pat
ent 1u1.ii 1 ;.n:. in si 1 1 in 1 1 m-is i ii rase, aouDle side
Sues, sas tigfht magazine cover, with manv- other
valuable features. Himdreds have been sold in this
city. S. E. SIBBili, 539 Cir&md St.
iEV HAVEN STEAMBOAT CO-
DAILY LINE FOR NEW YORK.
are 91, Including Berth.
TICKETS FOR THE ROUND TRIP $1.80.
Peck, will leave" New Haven at
days excepted. State rooms sold atofflcenf Peok
& Bishop, 703 Chapel street, and at Klortri n
Store, corner of Chapel andbhurch ItrJL '
Steamer CONTINENTAL, Captain Stevens. leave.
New Haven at 10:15, Sundays excepted
From New York theC. H. NORTUASl leaves Porf.
Slip at 3 p.m., CONTINENTAL at 11 o Sock p m
Sundays excepted Saturday night at 12 o'clock
Sunday Nlghf Boat for JVcw York
iuDouiiier i r. have?!, captain waiter C
'ost, leaves New Haven at 10:80 p. m. State room
Did at the Elliot House. Free Stafre from Insur
nee Buildlnf, Chapel street, cowimencinir at 9 p. m
adelphia (both routes), Baltimore and Washington
jim M. WAKl), Agent.
TJa,,on Iine orsteamslifpn,
BETWEEN NEW YORK, LIVERPOOL. QUEENS
TOWN AND LONDON- DIRECET.
Sailing weekly from Pier 39, .North River, New
TJork, are among the largest steamships crossing
the Atlantic. Cabin rates, $fj0 to $100; Excursions
at special rates; outward steerage $17, and pre
paid steerage tickets $19. '-Being $1 lower tlian
most other lines." New steamship America's firs
lp to new ork, 6 days, 15 hours and 41 minutes
1 . . . W. J. HURST, Manager.
AS5i!?at New Haven, BUNNELL & sCK.- Nl'ON
' FITZPATRICK, A. WCAL1STER, GEORGE
LDOWNES & SOlJ, E. DOWNES. all 73t
bau irom rierXo. 20. North river. New York, every
. Saturtlay for
GLASGOW Tia LONDONDERRl
KATES Ur hABSAUE
To Glasgow. Derbv. Belfast or T.ivernonl-
Cabin, $60 to $80. Second Class, $30. Steer
age, outward, yio. ITepaid, $15.
Anchor Line Drafts, ft sued at lowest rates are paid
freeof charge, in F: K.'cnd. Scotland and Ireland.
r or passage, Cabin I lar.s. etc., ai ply to
, t Bowling Green, New YorK,
Or EDWARD DOWNES, 309 Chapel Street.
BUNNELL & SCRANTON, aid Chaiiel St.
Daily Except Saturday.
Leave New Haven from Statin's Dock at 10:15 n
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 18. foot of
Cortlandt street, at 9 p. m. the STARIN every
monaay, weanesaay ana Friday; the CORNING
every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The only
Sunday night boat from New York.
Fare, with berth in cabin, $1 ; stateroom $1. Ex
cursion tickets $1-50.
Free Coach leaves the depot on arrival of Hart
ford train. Leaves corner of Church and Chape
streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 p. m.
Tickets and State Rooms can be purchased at L
E. Ryder's, No. 27fl Chapel street, at the Tontine
Hotel, or of the Downes News Co., 3S1 Chapel street
and at the International Exchange, 31 Center street
C. JUL CONKLIN, Agent,
New Haven. Conn.
CHAKLES S. HAMILTON,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
YALE BANK BUILDING
CORNER CHAPEL AND STATE STS
New Flaven, Conn.
ATTORNEY AT 1.AW,
Rooms 1 and II, C9 Cliurcli St.
Dr. John L. Lyon's
Qrend Medical and Surlcl Offic.
THK old reliable, most celebrated, skillful n.
ncceBefal plijstcUn ia thin country, perniauooi
iy located In Now Haven f-ince 3! ay, 15-4, tjkes plea
ur la announcing to the citizens of the UntJe
Atattti and elsewhere that lie be removed his ofli
from 15 Uapel street t t 4i t hcrrh street.
JKoom 11, lioitdley UiuiMintf, opposite ttaf
PostoiBce, up one lUit cf si wire; en
(ranee either at 40 Cuiircli street or 61
Crown street, wliero tho aClictr.d cin conauit hln
In yriTate upon all diseases that Ues:j is heir to frou
8 a. m. to 9 p. m.' i r. Lyon ontinuo as heretofore
to treat all disease of every nomo aid nature witl
that m&rvelous Buccesn which lm-.g ytam of expert
inos has given him Thousands of teitiinonlals froa
grateful patients ecatched from the brink of thi
grave now rejoicing in the perfection or health atter.
the unerring skill of Dr. Lyon. Ue especially invite?
those -whose dieeasea under other mtthods of treat
ment have remained iutractlve to call npon him
Visit him and ho will at once d-jscribe your condition
Perhaps yon would liave been cured if your physioias
had understood your case.
If you have tried or health and failed it is no reft
son why you should not try auin. Health is pT
oious to all and if he cannot relievo your cjwe he wll
tell you SO. He can refer yon to uiny, perli.-ips wore
than yon re, that were given up by their pltysf oianf
and friends, who now enjoy good health. Ho will de
scribe your case so Nearly that you will know he per
fectly understands your disease. It is something tf
great importance to you, although very easily accom
pHshed by him, though no more wonderful than true.
It la only the starting point to health for the physi
dan to understand your d'3eaee, and then adrniuUte:
the simple remedy to remove that disease. Come, h
will do you good. You iuay be faithless. He wit
give you faita by his perfect knowledge of your die
ease. Oome ; be will remove that cough, pain in ttu
bead, side and back ; rem ve that cold, sinking o:
burning at the stomach, stiff Joints, rheumatism
gout, fever, sores, caucers, stilt theum, erysipelas
Kcld head and ail bed humors, with hie vegetal
Persons at a distance may consult Dr. Lyon oj i
ter (post-paid), describing their case, and havo medS
clnes seonrely pnt up and forwarded by express tJ
any part of tne United Htateswlth full and explloi:
directions for ure. Offl:s arranged with separat
apartmexts 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, s re throat, liver com
plaint, kidney complaint, scr-jfula, erysipelas, sal'
rheum, cancer, tumors, rheumatis u chronic and ia -flammatory
dropsy and piles blind and bleeding
and all ho mors and eruptions of the blood and skin
He challenges the world to surpaca him in cleansini
the blood and entire system of oil impurities. A
class of diseases from the effects of which thousand
and tens of thousands go to a premature grave. Is
radically and permanently cured by Dr. Lyon. Hi
success ia this clars of ailments Is not only gratify
ing bat simply wonderf-Ji. The patient after puttlnf
himself or herself under the doctor's treatment com
menoes to Improve at otce, and the sallow complex
Ion and cadaverous appearance is succeeded by t
rosy cheeked hue of health. Therefore if yon euffei
from, any of ihe following ccmplaiots hasten at one
to" the offlca of Ir. Lyon. Dpormatorrhea or involun
ta-y seminal tislons, neminn wnakriese, and ever;
species cf genit-tl irritability, gonorrhea, sy phi Ilia
gleet, prolapsus uteri or lal In;; of the womb, leuoor
rbea or whites, an1 other alarming and painful com
plaint incidental to both sexa.
T Fj.malv.8 The diseases peculiar to females
caused by weakness, deformttv, disease and froa
taking cold, suppression, lrrczciarif ics, painiui an
hnBerfect monstroation. prouns.s uteri or falling of
vtjo womn speedily, and effectually curmi, consulta
tion iree. Aavice ana meaictne given in mi aiseassa
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, sup
posed cause and whether married o single, and in all
tees tne most inviolable sec rosy may he renea upon.
Enclose a stamn for return nostaee. and address all
communications to or call upon Dr. J. L. Lyon, 4
unnrcn street. New Haven, Conn.
Anpended are a few testimonials. Want of space
forbids the publishing of more. Their names will be
cheerfully given to those desiring thorn by calling at
the doctor's office. Case one is that of a lady wh
was pronounced by three of the most prominent phy
sicians of her native city t3 be in the last stago !
consumption, and told that her case was helpless and
hopeless. After being restored to sound hsiHh by
Dr. Lyon she sent the following letter, earnestly ro-
S nesting that It should be published in the I-oye thai
r might reach others similarly afflicted: -Xo
all who may be ainicted wl' h that oomnion die
ease, consumption, or any weakness cf the lungs. I
would appeal to them to immediately consult Dr
John L. Lyon, of New Ilavou, Co-in., fce'ing sn
that by so doing they may be restored to health. I'
several years I waa troubled with a cough, hemo
rhage of the lungs and the neual symptoms r-f cuz.
sumption. I consulted and was treated by some oi
tne meat eminent physicians tne count y anorcea
without deriving any permanent benefit whatever.
In the spring of 1863 the d aetee made such rapid
progress that my attending physician and friends
gave np all hopes of my recovery. Ou the 10th of
May, 18S3, I consulted the above cai ed doctor. I
was at that time reduced to a perfect wreck of my
former self, coughing incessantly, tiid it weld esea
Just oe the verge of the grave. After the usual ex
amination he kindly but plainly Informed me as oth
era had done, that my disease was Incurable ; that I
had but a few month to live. Having great confi
dence in his skill, I Insisted upon his treating my
ease. He did so and with astonishlag success. Ia
twenty days from the time I commenced the use et
his medicines my eeugh was lees frequent, I suffered
no more from hemorrhage of the lungs, and ay
day found the terrifying symptoms of cousomttoz
disappearing, and was gradually regaining health, 1
was treated by him one year at the end of that tiro
I can truly say I waa restored to perfect health. It
Is now March, I860, and no symptoms of the disease
are felt. I have reason to feel sure that I shall suffea
no return of the disease, and It Is not only a pleas,
ure to me, but a uty I feel that I owe to hundreds et
sufferers who are being daily carried to the grave b
consumption, to mrge upon them the necessity 01
assklng relief where it may be found.
very respeoinmy, i) m. g.
The lady who wrote the forecolmr oontinnee in m
The following fa an extract fresc t letter 3eKiTr
from ft patient treated and cured af aeuiaai weak
Da. LTOW Dear Blr It la Imnosslhl for roe to .n:
ly express my gratitude to you concerning the effre.
which you medicine has produced upon my system
I nave Just finished the medicine you put up for mi
and can truthfully any that I feel a different being
My appetite ia very regular and I am not trouMw
with that dull headache that I once had. end elect
never was so refreshing, as I amaoot disturbed witfe
dreams. Before I came to you it was difficult for mr
to confine mv thonshts for anv lAn&th r.f tim to aui
abject, undoubtedly owing to that comylaint, rut
the contrast la quite noticeable. If I ever know on
troubled with that complaint I shall immediate y di
recs tnem w you as an enectual means 1 BVt.r. cum
for It seems to me that I almcut n-n mv life to you.
for if it had been allowed to grow upon me the time
could not have been far distant when that iucurabl
disease (consumption) would have been deeply seatec
in my system. Pleaau accept my sincere thanks fej
your treatment thus far. I remain yours truly, -
WANTPn To those out of employment. We
llnil I LUwant to engage four neat apjworiug;
and respectable men of good address to introduce a
Musical Wonder appreciated by all classes. cO to
V35 a week and upward can bo made Xy any man of
ordinary ability. We are also in want of nu n to
sell a full line of Silver Ware. Bibles and Albums on
uiawumenis; new ana l&cesc aosifns. tramples are
free. No capital required. Apply immediately C
E. MoCABTHYj. Manager, i;. UATICLY & CO., 25
Asylum street, Bortford, Conn. tfldawim
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