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September 13, 1886.
VOluIMY. ess: Sang mm WHAT AILS THE NATION? The Average Length of Life De creasingNot Pestilence Not Famine All our own Fault. Modern Cooking and Moderh lavma have brought it on. It comes upon us unawares. The patients have pains about the chest and sides, and sometimes in the back. They feel dull and Bleepy; the mouth has a bad taste, especially in the morning. A sort of sticky slime collects about the teeth. The appetite is poor. There is a feeling like a heavy load on the stomach ; some times a faint, all-gone sensation at the pit of the stomach which food does not satisfy. The eyes are sunken, the hands and feet become cold and feel clammy. After a while a cough sets in, at first dry, but after a few months it is attended with a greenish colored expectoration. The pa tient feels tired all the while, and Bleep does not seem to afford any rest. After a time he becomes nervous, irritable and gloomy, and has evil forebodings. There is a giddiness, a sort of whirling sensation in the head when ris ing up suddenly. The bowels become costive ; the skin is dry and hot at times ; the blood be comes thick and stagnant; the whites of the eyes become tinged with yellow; the kidney secre tions becomes scanty and high colored, depositing a sediment after standing. There is fre quently a spitting up of the food, sometimes with a sour taste and sometimes with a sweetish taste ; this is frequently attended with palpitation of the heart and Asthmatic symptoms ; the vision becomes impaired, with spots be fore the eyes ; there is a feeling of great prostration and weak ness. All of these symptoms are in turn present. It is thought that nearly one-half of our popu lation has this disease in some of its varied forms. Seigel's Syrup (Shaker Extract of Hoots) chang es the ferments of the Digestive organs so as to convert the food we eat into a form that will give nourishment to the feeble body, and good health is the conse quence. The effect of this rem edy is simply marvelous. Millions upon millions of bottles have been sold in this country, and the testimonials in favor of its cura tive powers are overwhelming. Hundreds of so-called diseases under various names are the re sult of indigestion, and when this one trouble is removed the other diseases vanish, for they are but symptoms of the real malady. Testimonials from thousands of people speaking highly of its curative properties prove this be yond a doubt. Sold by druggists. medical. The MONTHS inheh if mo$T pnEVAiEHj October 8 NoMmber. P0NTWAT (Till yvucure cm, tOurhrncAj butfegih. ATQHCE titUge of Bitters AtcJl druggists- Franklin Howes MEDICAL DISCOVERY. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. Nature's own remedy, Boots, Herbs and Wines of Berries. BEST MEDICINE FOB THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BLOOD. ONE TRIAL PKOVES ITS GREAT VALUE. Pat up In full quarts and lasts Six Weeks. SEND FOB FBEE TESTIMONIAL BOOK! To Franklin Howes Son, 758 Broadway. N. T. CHARLES S. LEETE & CO., Agents, 397 to 303 State Street, JelSd&w Wow Haven, Conn. ROOT'S GOLDEN HOOF OINTMENT. Everybody praises Root's Golden Hoof Ointment. This is not to be wondered at. as it not only dobs axjL that is claimed fob it. but it is the only in fallible remedy known Co science which has stood all tests. Read the following: Kxnt. Feb. 9, 1886. Mr. F. B. Root: Dear Sir Tour last lot of Ointment received, and already I have disposed of several boxes. I will let yon know how 1 was able to recommend it. Last April my horse was attacked with pneumonia. We all thought he could not live. Being a pet none, we did everything possible to aave it. The disease soon assumed a typhoid form and the doc tor advised us to kill him. The fever finally set tled in his feet and he could not stand upon them. We tried several preparations to help the hoofs. Hearing of your Ointment I purchased a box, and Jassure you it worked wonders in this case. All of ' my neighbors are surprised at the result. It is In deed the best Oinfcient in the world. Yours respectfully, H. I. WILDMVN. Root's Olntnaent laror sale mj all Dri Keta. Wholesale Manufactory anal Depot Si OBAN0 STBBKT. Delivered by Carriers m tax Crrr, 15 CENTS A WKKK, 60 CENTS A MONTH, $6.00 A Yea 11. The Sams Terms By Mail. Monday, September 13, 18S6. VIOLATION OF V. 8. LAWS. Arrest of Two Persons In On Saturday. Tills City On Saturday morning about nine o'olock Deputy Marshal Lovejoy arrested Louis E. Eyder, who formerly carried on the confec tionery business on Chapel street, on a war rant issued by District Attorney Stanton of Hartford, charging Ryder with secreting, embezzling and destroying a letter addressed to James E. McKeon, who, some time since, bought ont Ryder's confectionery store. The accused was taken before United States Commissioner Ingersoll in the Superior court building. He plead not -guilty to the charge, and at the request of counsel for the government the case was continned until next Saturday morning at ten o'clock. Mr. Ryder claims that he had authority to open Mr. McKeon'a letters and the latter denies that he ever gave Ryder any such authority. Charles H. Fowler, Esq., attorney for Mr. Ryder, and Leonard C. Ryder, brother of the accused, gave surety in the sum of 2500. and he was then released. An Italian, who for convenience has adopt ed the American name of George Smith and who keeps a fruit and confectionery stand at No. 65 Broadway, was arrested on Satur day forenoon by Deputy Marshal. Lovejoy on a warrant issued by United States District Attorney Stanton, charging the accused with a violation or toe internal revenue laws, tlis particular offense consisted in putting cheap cigars into boxes that had formerly contained high priced cigars of Lewis Usterweis' make, and thus defrauding the purchaser and vio lating the government Hw as well. He was taken before United States Commissioner Ingersoll, and after pleading not guilty was required to give a bond for his appearance before the commissioner on next Tuesday morning at 10 o'olock. He procured a bonds man late in the afternoon and was then re leased from custody. WAS SHE MURDERED? Tbe Corpse of a Woman Found. In the Sound With a Cut In the Neck Another Tragedy. Bridgeport, Conn., Sept. 12. At high- water mark, on the shore of the Sound, near South port, yesterday, Robert Shepard, Fran cis Allen and Timothy Osborne and a young er brother, all of oouthport, while gunning on the beach at the mouth of the harbor, op- posite the channel beacon, discovered what appeared to them to be a log of wood partly covered with seaweed and driftwood. Reaching the spot they discovered the object to be the body ot a woman wmcn naa re cently been washed np by the waves, and was very much decomposed. The body lay on its face. Nearly all the clothing was gone. There were remains of a dark mohair dress and a black cashmere sacque, velvet- trimmed. Around the head and neck, tied in a hard knot, was a white woollen nubia the surplus portions of which had been jam med into the mouth and down the throat of the woman. On the left side of the neck could be traced a wonnd inflicted with some sharp implement. One foot was bare; on the other was a stocking and a leather gaiter run down at the heel. " The appearance of the body indicated murder, and that it had been floating in the Sound ten or twelve davs could not be doubted. The view of citizens is that the woman had been attached to some one of the many canal boat tows passing up and down the Sound; that she was murdered and thrown overboard, and that winds and currents at last carried her to the spot where she was found. She seem ed to be of middle age. The Husband's Jealousy Clause In Maud Marwlck's Will. Waterbury, Sept. 12. The will of the late Maud Marwick Drakeley, the victim of the Woodbury tragedy last month, has been probated, and contains one clause which may have a bearing on the trial of her husband and murderer, the wealthy Baltimore young man now languishing in Litchfield jail. It has been said that Drakeley had no cause for the jealousy which prompted him to the rash deed, but some have suspected that the two- year-old infant had more to do. with this jealousy than appeared, though Mrs. Drake ley averred that it was one that she was keep ing at the request of Dr. Townsend of New y ork. Drakeley will say nothing as to what hisopinion concerning the baby is, or as to the cause of his jealousy. This will leaves to the little one $500 of the property that had been left to Maud by her wealthy adopt ed parent, Sarah Orton, and $10 was left to each of those who prepared her body for burial, provided they followed her directions found elsewhere, and dressed her in a robe she made several years ago for this purpose. The robe was embroidered with her name and date of birth. The attendant women added the date of her death before putting the robe on her body. The balance of her estate she bequeathed to her daughter by her previous marriage, Sarah Marwick. As the will was made nnder tne law of 1877, it will hold. Real Estate Blatters. David Aberle has sold to Engineer Thomas R. Sherdman of steamer No. 8 50 feet of land on Nicoll street; Joseph and Frances L. Gutt to Mary C. Gutt, 23 feet on View street; Samuel L. Bronson, trustee of the children of Arlo Sperry nnder the will of Anna Sper ry, deceased, to Seorge T. Sperry, 100 feet on Saltonstall avenue; Mary A. Treat to John Rohan, 40 feet more or less on Carlisle street. Prosecuting Attorney Hugh Dailey is building a very fine two-family frame house on the lot adjoining his residence. It will soon be ready for occupancy. .Prof. Sidney I. Smith of Tale college is erecting a very handsome one-family frame house on Whalley avenue, between Sperry and Orchard streets, on the old Dickerman lot. Mr. Welch, who purchased a lot on Bishop street next his son's lot, has broken ground for the erection of a neat one-family cottage house similar to the one erected by his son next door. Orean and Vocal Concert. Mr. E. A. Parsons and the D Tight Place quartette will give a concert in the Avon church to-morrow night. Mrs. G. F. Blinn, Mrs. N. P. Bishop and Mrs. George A. Saun ders will also sing. The occasion is the completion of the new pipe organ by W. A. Johnson, Westfield. Mr. Parsons will ex hibit the organ and the other artists will give such variety to the entertainment as will make it attractive. Biennial state Sunday School Con vention. The Snnday school workers of Connecticut will hold a State convention at Meriden, November 3 and 5. The programme in pro cess of preparation indicates a gathering of unusual interest and profit. Temperance work, primary work, training of teachers, ingathering of non-attendants, mission work, etc., will receive attention nnder the direction of such speakers as Rev. Dr. J. M. Buckley of New York, Rev. Dr. A. E. Dun ning of Boston, B. F. Jacobs, Esq., of Chica go and others. All Sunday school workers of all denominations will be welcome. STATE CORRESPONDENCE. Southincton. A CUT IN WAGES 0 TIN FEB CENT. A STRIKE EXPECTED. Southing-ton, Sept. 12. One hundred men employed in the knife department of the Southington Cutlery company's factory have been given notice that their wages must be reduced ten per cent. This notice was given some time ago. The men held a meet ing, but what occurred was not learned. There iB some unfinished work on the benches and it is thonght that when this is finished the men will go on a strike. The company has not declared any dividends for quite a while. Thomas Coughlin has a habit of beating his wife. Saturday she thought he had gone a little too far in that direction and com plained, and he was sent to jail for thirty days. The Peck, Stow & Wilcox company will keep their bolt works closed this week, ow ing to a dearth of orders. Barney Woodruff was fined four dollars and costs befose Justice Fox of Plainville, who was -called to hear the case, Justice Campbell being the prisoner's conservator. He took an appeal and bond was furnished. General State News. THAT FISHWAY. The Rogers fish way that is to be built at the Birmingham dam will bo 140 feet long, 5 feet deep and 10 feet wide. Fish Commis sioner Pike says that the fishwsy will lead from a natural hatching ground for shad. All the shad are taken from there that supply the spawn of the State. The Housatonio Water Power company will . defray all the costs of the fish way, something less than $2,000. When this company was permitted by its charter to dam this river one of the provisions of the agreement was that it, would build a fishwav for salmon and shad The one that Was constructed was carried away by a severe freshet several years ago, The orders and plans of the Rogers fishwav have been furnished by the company, and it is expected that before Ootober 1 the work will be completed. THK LAST Or THE MOHEGANS. The Wealthy oitisens of Norwich have been attending the annual wigwam gathering of the Mohegan Indians the past week at their little reservation on the right bank of the Thames river, a few miles below the town The wigwam is a breesy square enclosure, formed with green birch boughs fastened into the ground closely together and over laid boughs. Inside tables are spread wltn the Indian yokeage, succotash, and bead or naments, which the Indians make. The rich folks buy a great deal more of their wares than thev know what to do with, in order to help the Indians live and to sustain regular Christian worship in the little church in the woods, near the wigwam. The ladies take a great interest in the Mohegans, and during the festival week scores of fash ionable equipages are stalled here and there in their wide forest aisles, while their owners are buying succo ash in the wigwam or sing ing pious hymns to the quavers of the wheezy little cottage organ within the whitewashed walls of the church. The Mohegans make a handsome sum from the wigwam each year. and the money goes to pay the preacher, who is a white brother from one of the Norwich churches. BAMDEX DEMOCRATS. Hamden Democratic delegates: State Convention Ex-Representative E. W. Potter and Thomas Dunn. Congressional Henry Tuttle, Herbert E. War ner. County Andrew McKeon. Thomas Cannon. i enatorial David C. Sanderon. James F. Judd, Georcre W. Bradlev. Thomas O'Connell. Probate Norris B. Mix. Patrick Maher. John S. Hoey, Malachi Shannehan, John Kenny, Daniel Visel, second. Town Committee Patrick Maher, James Mc- Guke, Norris B. Mix. HUNTINGTON DELEGATES. Oscar L. Beardsley, A. E. Hewitt, State E. K. Morgan, George Hoason, congressional J. K. rlurd, John W. "erry, Warren J. HUD bell, county; G. M. Wakelee,Philip J. Jones, John tx. .uonavan, senatorial. A SHOCKING ACCIDENT. Bridgeport, Sept. 11. Mrs. Charles Bishop, an elderly lady, while crossing the street this morning, was knocked down by a pair of runaway horses and dragged some distance and badly trampled upon. It is feared her injuries will prove fatal. Horsford'a Acid Phosphate In Obstinate Indigestion. Dr. F. G. McGavock, McGavock, Aik. savs: "It gives me pleasure to bear testimo ny to its beneficial action in obstinate indi gestion." aid eoadtwit Cure of a Sprain. Macedon Centre, Wayne Co., N. Y., February 28, 1885. Some years ago I badly strained my stom ach picking cherries, and have suffered greatly ever since. Nothing has been so beneficial as Allcock's Plasters. They en tirely cured me of that trouble. I have also been afflicted with a lame ankle, but these Plasters soon enabled me to walk. I recom mend them wherever I have an opportunity as I have found them very useful for over ten years. Allcock's Plasters have always done me the greatest service, and I am every day more and more convinced that no house hold should be without them. sel 3 3teodltw Mrs. Susie A. Bnxs. The Equalizing Scale, Linoor Bridge, Pat ent Sounding Board and Tuning Pin Bush ing are only found in the Mathushek Piano, hence its great superiority. Sid eoddtwit Advice to Mothers. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for chil dren teething is the prescription of one of the best female nnrses and physicians in the United States, and has been used for forty years with never failing success by millions of mothers tor their cniiaren. imrmg tne 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 he mother. Price iSoc a bottle. a9mws&wly When Baby was sick, we gave her CASTOBIA, When she was a Child, she cried for C ASTORIA, When she became Miss, she clnng to CASTOBIA, When ehe had Children, she gave them C ASTORIA. 'Mtisccll&nzDus. Bronchitis, Whooping Ctouh, Incipient Consump- IJWIl, ZLIKl njllOVra UUlUUlUjlulc persona In advanced stages of the disease. Price 2S eta. Cau tion. The Genuine Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is sold only In white vrrnpner, and boars our registered Trade-Marks to wit ; ABull's Head in a Circle, a ReH Strip Cautiim-Label, and the fac-elmilc signatures of John W. Bull A JLC. Meyer " Co., Sole Prop's, Baltimore, HL, U. 8. A. rhew Lance's Plutr The cremt Tobacco An totel Price 1 0 CH. Sold by all Drnggista. A FIFTH AVENUE LADY WRITES A LETTER ABOUT KASKINE. THE NEW QUININE. 222 Fifth Avenue, New York. Kankine Co. Dear Sirs Although always op posed to having my name used publicly, I waive tuy reiuumum il tuia uj-hj. uuw uu vud vast good done to the sunT ring that I have seen ac- compiisnea oy your wuoaenui xueuicma auu re- mam siient. T deem it mv rtleasant dutv. mv dear sirs, to ex press my cordial thanks for the great cure it has accomplished in my family as well as for the many cures it has effected among the suffering poor to whom I have taken ic My son was tne greatest sufferer for years from what was first termed by our physician to be dyspepsia and general debility, which was followed by the severest forms of chills and fever, and finally pronounced by several of the most eminent pnysicians to oe maiaria, witii &u iu different forms of sufferim? and organic diseases. including liver and kidney troubles and nervous prostration. You will see that I an especial debt of gratitude to yon, for my son's health seemed hopelessly lost, as he derived no benefit from medi cal treatment, although receiving tbe best that the highest medical talent in America could afford. comoinea at times wim tne oenent ox travel. nis constitution also had been almost undermined and his hearing impaired by the use of quinine. We were influenced to try Kaskine by hearing of its great success from reliable sources, and my son nas oeen completely restored to neaitn oy iu use. If mv testimony of these facts will help to save human life and restore the suffering to health, I should be guilty indeed to remain silent, i am, my dear sirs, yours most gratefully. June 11th. MRS. J. DeWITT BURNS. In Bellevue Hospital, X. Y., "Universally sue eessfuL" In St. Francis Hospital, N. Y., "Every patient treated with Kaskine nas been aiscnargea curea." Rev. Joseph Desribes, Chaplain of Charity Hos pital, writes: "I will be surety, on every 'occasion, through conviction a most devoted promoter of Kaskine. " St. Joseph's Hospital, N. Y.: uIts use is consid ered indispensable. It acts perfectly.'11 Send for the great book of testimonials unparall eled in the history of medicine. 91 bottle. Sold by C. 8. Leete & Co., New Haven, or sent by mail on receipt or price. xa& nAsmni!, uy., jyooodaw 54 Warren Street. New York. 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Speculation was liTelier?ta the morning than during the afternoon, many ope rators haying left the street at an early hour to attend the yacht race. Their absence, however, did not lead to the loss of any of the advance which took place before noon. On the contrary, gome shares reached the best figures of the day and week during the last hour of business, and the offerings of stock at the advance were compara. tively small. Chicago was a liberal buyer of the grangers on the progress made towards a settle, ment of the questions at issue between the western roads. The Vanderbilts were higher on reports of heavy, earnings by the roads between Buffalo and Chicago. The great feature of the market, how ever, was the upward movement in the Wabashes. The common rose from 20 to 21 and preferred from 3594 to 39. Tbe shares were freely taken for London account, and it was currently reported that certain people had obtained knowledge that the proposed plan of reorganization would certainly be carried out. The, increase in the bank reserves and the favorable accounts in regard to business had a "strengthening effect on the general market and in duced buying by local traders. The sales of stocks amounted to 162,037, against 133,199 yesterday and 125,395 on Thursday. The largest transactions were in St. Paul, 31,245; Wabash, 13,715; Lake Shore, 11,310; Omaha, 10.399, and Lackawanna, 10,800 shares. Money loaned at 4 a 6 per cent. The closing rate was 5 per cent. Exchange was quiet and steady at 4.81 a 4.88 for bankers' sixty-day bills, 4.84J4 a 4.84H for de mand and 4.846 a 4.8494 for cables. Commercial bills continue scarce at 4.80 A 4.81 for sixty days and 4.84J4 a 4.84H for demand. Governments closed firm. Closing prices reported over the private wires of BUNNELL & SCBANTON. Bankers and Broker. Old Asked American Bell Tel 193 194 Alton and Terre Haute. 30 35 Alton and Terre Haute pf d 80 85 Boston & N. Y. Air Line pfd 101 103 Burlington and Quincy 138t 13694 Canada Southern 4?9g f! Canadian Pacific 664 66H Central Pacific 43 444 C. C. C. fcl 61 61W Chicago and Alton 141 143 Chesapeake and Ohio 8 914 Chesapeake and Ohio, 1st pfd 15 16 Chesapeake and Ohio, 2d pfd 9 10 Del. and Hudson Canal 10014 It OH Del. Lack and Western 131 131H Denver and Rio Grande 30?$ 3l EastTenn., Va.& Qa 0 6M East Tenn., Va. & Ga. pfd 14 15 Erie 33 33 Erie seconds 101)5 101i Hocking Valley 314 31)5 Houston & Texas 35 38 Ind.. Bloom. & West 1694 17 Illinois Central 13 136 Kansas & Texas 32 38 Lake Shore 889s 8894 Louisville & Nashville 45 45 Manhattan Elevated .'. 13794 138)6 Memphis & Charleston..' 3SU 39)2 Michigan Central 8394 . 84 M. and St. Louis , 20)6 21 Missouri Pee - liajf 12yi Mobile & Ohio 15)4 16 Nashville & Chattanooga 65) 66 Newjerser Central 5594 55 N. Y. Chicago & St. Louis 99 9 N. Y.. Chicaeo & St. Louis Dfd 21 223 'New York Central 11196 211)6 N. Y.. Busa. & West 694 1 N.Y.. Suso. At West pfd 21) 21 New York & New Eng 45 46 Northern Pacific 28)6 2894 Northern Pacific pfd 61 61 Northwest 11694 117 Northwest Dfd : 14194 142 Norfolk fc"West 1694 1TM Norfolk & West pfd 449J 45 Oil Certificates 629g Ohio & Mississippi 26 26)4 Omana 49 49 Omaha pfd , 11294 113 Ontario & Western 19)4 1994 Oregon Navigation IO694 107 Oregon Transcontinental ... 33 33 racinc mau 571 Peoria. D. and Evansville 30 Pullman Car Co Reading Richmond & Danville Richmond &. West Point. Rock Island San Francisco ' Preferred " First Preferred 8t. Paul St. Paul pfd Texas Pacific .- Union Pacific Wabash Wabash Dfd ...139 ... 26 .140 ... 29 ...12694 ... 2994 ... 60)4 ...113 ... 96 ...123)4 ... 14 ... 579 ... 20 Western Union Tel 679-2 .. a.) West Shore Bonds 10194 102 Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows: Firsts H4all5 Grants 105 alOSU Funds 116 all7 Centrals 11494all5 Government bonds closed as follows; U. S. New 3's 10096a .. 4s, '91 reg i:0all0)4 4s, '91 ooup 110all0 4s, 1907, reg 125J4al25 4s, 1907,; coup 126)4al26 Currency 6s, '95 126 Currency 6s, '96 129 . . uurrency os. ' iol) Currency 6s, '98. 1 33 t Currency 6s. '99 135 Chicago Grain and Provision market Closing quotations Reported over Private Wires to Bdwfn Howe tc Co., Commission Mer chants, 403 New York Produce Exchange, New York. The following shows the quotations at 1 P. M (Chicago time) for the past three days: Sept. . Sept. 10. Sept. 11 fSept. 76 76 75 Wheat Oct. 78 77 77 INov 7994 79 - 7894 r8ept 89 39 39)4 Oern Oct 41 41) 40 INov 42 42 41 I Sept. 10.38J4 10.57 10.77 (Nov 10.25 10.45 10.65 (Sept. 6.37 7.22 7.20 Lard -Oct 6.65 6.62 6.57 1 nov o.ou o.au 0.45 $10,000 WANTED. For the following: loans just received, with semi' annual interest at 7 per cent. They are largely se cured by first mortgage on improved property, Amonntlns to $30,000 With Insurance $2,500 and guaranteed principle and interest in full. One Loan $SOO One Loan $2,000 One Loan. .$1,000 One Loan $3,500 and others of different amounts. As these loans meet the demands of prudent buyers they should have speedy sale. ALFRED WALKER, Second floor. 85 Orange Street auxadawim WESTERN LOANS. I HAVE now for sale a good supply of choice Farm Mortgages in several of the Western States to wnicn l invite attention. SAMUEL. O. TIIOR.V, No. 70S Chapel St., Roon 3. S6 fit Masonic Temple. INVESTMENT SECURITIES. 810.000 Morris & Essex 7 oer cent, bonds. $5,000 St. Louis & San Francico 7 per cent, equip ment oonas. 50 shares Housatonic RR Co. preferred stock. 50 shares Detroit & Hillsdale guaranteed stock. BUNNELL & SCRANTON, BANKERS AND BROKERS, 732 and 734 Cliapcl Street. II G. 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In addition to the tonic Zjfect of our whietey, it fnr niehee unegalled blood-forming material, whereon the- Weight and Strength are increased. It ill made in accordance with a specialty prepared formula and coneiets principally of Duffy lyra Mall Whiskey and Saw Beef steak combined in liquid form, the nutritious elements of tlte beef being extracted without cooking or chemical changes by a new process, making it the most palatable and tjlracious beef preparation ever made. It can be had of all dealers at OSS HOLLAR PES BOTTLE. - F. A. CARLTON, Plumbing, Steam and Gasfittlng Jobbing Promptly Attended To. OFFICE 190 George, eor. Temple St. STEAM HEATING BUILDING. -ESTIMATES GIVEN mlltf Harness and Summer Lap It obes. Look at my full Rubber and Nickel Trimmed Harness at $15, $18 i nd $ all hand stitched. Moroie Cloth Carriaare Robes, elaborately em broidered, at $1.25; worth double the mouey. Halt era 25c, Tie Reins 25c and 35c. F. H. CUMMINS, Agt.' . Jel4 62 Orange St., corner Center. W. H. Hale, E. C. Bennett. BICYCLE SUPPLY CC, AGENTS FOR Royal Mail, American Star and Kangaroo Bicycles. Bicycle Repairing: a Specialty. Parts and sundries. Rubber Tires, Cement, etc., alwavs on hand. jy23 6m Zi Front St., New ITaven, t. A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Premred from the recite of Dr. Steuben Sweet of Connecticut, the great natural Bone-Setter. Has been used for more than fifty years and is the best k.aown remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains. Vines. DODD'S NERVINE AND INVIGORATOH. Standard and reliable, and never fails to comfort Che aged and help everybody who uses it. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS TRY IT. MATHUS WONDERFUL TONE, PERFECT ACTION, UNEQUALLED DURABILITY. OVER 15,000 IN USE. Not one has failed to ?ire satisfaction. BEST MATERIAL, FINEST WORKMANSHIP, FULLY WARRANTED. Send for Catalogue and Prices to C. M. LOOMIS, TEMPLE OF MUSIC, new Haven, iriermen, Bridgeport I anbury and Waterbury. SOLE AGENT FOR HEW RATE IT AHD FAIRFIELD COUNTIES. t-Fnll stock of Sheet Mnslc, Mnsic Books ana JH.uslcal Mercnanoise, always on hand. ADflCITIVC CURE without Medicine. Pat rUOl I 1 1 tented October 16. 1876. One box will cure the most obstinate case in four days or less. ALLAN'S Soluble Medicated Bougies. No nauseous doses of cubebs, copaiba or oi sandalwood, that are certain to produce dvspei by destroying the coatings ot the stomach. Price $1.50. Sold by all druggists or mailed on receipt or price. j? or runner particulars sena ior circular. JoC. CO., PI IDC 83 John Street, New York U U It ll aulSeodtf ALL CREAM BUTTER. Approved methods with the best appli anees have broticrht butter making to almost perfection at the Creamery, where it is made JSVEKK 1JA. L. G. HEMINGWAY & SON, 1,098 CHAPEL STREET, We are prepared lo offer School Shoes for Children, Misses and ISojs, which have stood the test given them re markably well. They are dura ble and the priees reasonable. $1.25, $1.5, 1.75, $2. CO, $3.5. 854 Chape! Street. se3 eodtf Staple Sugar. "VTTE are having sent us for sale Maple Sugar V mut. nn nn nf t.hA hfltf t OTITIS 111 MaSSachU- setts. Guarantee It to be absolutely pure. The trade supplied. .T, an - mS4 77u.Ghapel 8treet. HEIC ' Gooi Investment ! EBN 'gvovisions, tc. Havana Cigars. Direct Importation. Just received ex. ss. Niagara, a fine line of Ha vana brands. Will be ready for delivery Satur day, the 31st inst. J.D. DEVVELL & CO IMPORTERS, 233 to 239 State Street. Quart Preserving Jars, 90c Doz. The Best Flour for making bread for $5.75. The Best Flour for pastry use for $5.25. We challenge anybody to sell any better goods at any price. We have been in busi ness Ions; enough to have the people in New Haven know and believe what we say, there fore we don't expect they will give $6.00 to other dealers for not as good goods when the flour we sell brings the highest price on 'change in New York. LEIGH & DAVIS, GROCERS, 670 CHAPEL STREET Telephone. sel PFAFF'S. ROASTING CHICKENS. BROILERS, FOWL. L C. PFAFF & SON 7 AND 9 CHURCH STREET. Extending the Breakwater at Ijirecnport, x. m, Engineer Office, U. S. Ahmy. Room 57. Army Buildiner. Cor. Houston l - and y 1886. ) OrnenB Sts.. New York. N. Y.. SeDt. 11. 1886 C? EAL.ED PROPOSALS in triplicate for extend 7 ing the breakwater at Greeuport will be re ceived at this office until twelve (12) o'clock m., on Wednesday, Oc'ober 13, 1886 Further information, specifications and forms of proposals can be obtained at this office. D. C. HOUSTON, Lieut. Ool. of Engineers. Removing Drew's Rock and Jet ty, Housatonic River, Conn. Engineer Office, U. S. Abhy, 1 Room 57. Army Building, Cor. Houston and Greene Sts., New York, N. Y., Sept. 11, 1886. ) SEALED PROPOSALS in triplicate for removing Drew's Rock and Jetty in the Housatonic Riv er, Conn., will be received at this office until twelve U-') o'clock m., on Wednesday, October 13, 1886. Further information, specifications and forms of proposals can be obtained at this office. D. C. HOUSTON, Lieut. Col, of Engineers. Dredging in Bridgeport Harbor, Conn, Engineer Office, TJ. S. Army, ) Room 57, Army Building. Cor. Houston and V Greene Sts.. New York, N. Y.,: Sept. 11, 1886. t SEALED PliOPOSALS in triplicate for dredging in Bridgeport Harbor. Conn., will be received at this office until twelve (12) o'clock m., on Mon day, October 11, 18-6. Further information, specifications and forms of proposals can be obtained at this office. D. C. HOUSTON. Lieut. Col. of Engineers. Dredging in Black Roek Har bor, Conn. Engineer Office, U. S. Army, 1 Room 57, Army Bniiding, Cor. Houston and Greene Sts., New York, N, Y.. Sept. 11. 1SS6. ) Cn E ALED PROPOSALS in triplicate for dredging jOJEin Black Rock Harbor. Conn., will be received at this omce until twelve ua o ciock-m., on juon dav. October 11. 1886. Further information, specifications and forms of proposals can ue obtained at tnis omce. D. C. HOUSTON, Lieut. Col. of Engineers. Dredging in IVorwalk River, Conn. Engineer Office, U. S. Army, 1 Room 57, Army Building, Cor. Houston and J Oraene Sts.. New York. N. Y .. Sept. 11. 1886. I SEALED PROPOSALS in triplicate for dredging in Norwalk Harbor, Conn., will be received at this office until twelve (12) o'clock m., on Monday, October 11. 18H6. Further information, specifications and forms of proposals can De oDtamed at tnis omce. - D. C. HOUSTON, Lieut. Col. of Engineers Repairing Dikes in the Connect! cut River above Hsrtiort, Ct, Engineer Office, U. 8. Army, 1 Room 57, Army Building, Corner Houston and Greene Sts.. New York. N. Y . Sept. 11. 1886. i SEALED PROPOSALS in triplicate for repairing Dikes in the Connecticut River above Hartford, Conn., will be received at this office until twelve (12) o'clock m. on Wednesday, October 13. 1886. Further information, specifications and forms of proposals can be obtained at this office. D. C. HOUSTON, Lieut. Col of Engineers. Constructing a Dike on the Thames River, Conn. Engineer Office. U. S. Army. ndt 6. j Room 57, rmy Building, Corner Houston and Greene Sts . New York. N Y., Sept. 11. 1886. OEiLl'D PROI'OSALS in triplicate for construct k j lug a atone ill ke in tne Thames Kiver. conn, will be received at this office until twelve (12) m. on Wednesday. October 13. 1886. Further information, specifications and forms of proposals can De omameu at tins omce. D. C HOUSTON. Lieut. Col. of Engineers Dredging in flushing Bay, AT. Engineer Office, U. S. Army, Room 57, Army Building, Corner Houston and Greene Sts . "New York, N. Y.. Sept. 11. 1886. O EaLED PRO POSALS in triplicate for dredging in Flushing Bay, N. Y., will be received at this office until twelve (12) o clock m. on Monday, Octo ber 11. 1SS6. Further information, specifications and forms of proposals can ne obtained at this omce. D. C. HOUSTON, Lieut. Col, of Engineers. Extending the New Haven Breakwater. Engineer Office, U. S. Army, 1 Room 57, A rmy Building, Cor. Houston and Greene Sts.. New York. N. Y.. Sept. 11. 1886. 1 O EALED PROPOSALS in triplicate for extend king the New Haven Breakwater will.be received at tms omce until twelve (l) o clock m. on Wed nesday. Octoler IS. 1886. Further information, specifications and forms of proposals can oe ootainea at mis omce. P. C. HOUSTON, Lieut. Col, of Engineers. Extending the Dike iu New II a ven Harbor, Conn. Engineer Office, U. S. Army, Room 57. Army Building, Cor. Houston and Greene Sts.. New York. N. Y.. Sept. 11. 1886. CJEALEU PROPOSALS in triplicate for extending the Dike in New Haven Harbor. Conn., will be received at tnis omce until twelve (1) o clock m. on Wednesday. October 13. 1886. Further information, specifications and forms of proposals can oe o tamed at this office 1). 0. HOUSTON, Lieut. Col. of Engineers. Increasing Height of Hat Jctt atsaynrooK, conn. Engineer Office, U. S. Army, 1 Room 57, A miv Building, Cor. Houston and Cireene Sts.. New York, N. Y.. S-pt. 11, 1886. t t! EALEU PROPOSALS in triplicate for increas- kT7 ing in height of East Jetty at Savbrook. Conn. will be received at this office until twelve (12) m. on Wednesday, October 13, 1886. Further information, specifications and forms of proposals can be obtaine at this office. 1. 0. HOUSTON. Lieut. Col, of Engineers. Increasing Height of Dike in the Connecticut River at Hart. ford, Conn. Engineer Office. U. S. Army. nd l 6. t Room 57, Army Budding, Corner Houston and Greece Sts.. New York, N. Y.. Sept. 11, 1886. SEALEJ PROPOSALS in triplicate for increas ing the height of Dike in the Connecticut River at Hartford, Conn., will be received at this office until twelve (12) o clock m. on Wednesday, October 13. imo. Further information, specifications and forms of proposals can oe oDtamea at tnis omce. v. u. huu&ivh, laeuc. joi. oi Jmgineerg. Dredging in New London Har bor, conn. Engineer Office. U. S. Army. I Room 57, Army Building, Corner Houston and ureene sis., Kew York, r. y ., sept, ll, lcwe. ) SEALED PROPOSALS in triplicate tor dredgin in New London Harbor. Conn., will be receive at this office until twelve (12) o'clock m. on Mon day, October 11, 18S6. Further information, specifications and forms of proposals can be on ained at this omce. L. c. HOUSTON, Lieut, col. ot engineers. se!14toj8 9 ORGAtf rf FWJQ CO BOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878. BAKER'S Ersatfiisl Cocoa. w.rmnted absolutely w Cocoa, from which the excess of Oil has been removed. It has (Area times the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch. Arrowroot or Sugar, and is therefore far more economi cal, costing less than one cent a cup. It to delicious, nourishing, strengthening; easily digested, and admirably adapted lor lnvanun aa "veil as for persons In health. Sold by Grocers everywhere- W. BAER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. nv-Marr-tou v''! '"iz&&jQ tbescwmqs mun-H m " iiisT j' BtMSMSa Mosul WTaoam&S' irmns vaxiislans, tc. Drolling Chickens, Roasting Chickens, Fowls, Sweetbreads, Calves Livers Corned Tongues, Smoked Tongues, Connectieut Ham and Bacon. HURLBURT BROS., 1,Q74 Chapel Street. Native Oysters. r' you want the best Oysters to be found in the city call at Durand's and see those nice fat na tives opened fresh, and then leave your weekly or der. None but the best natives kept or sold, and the price will be found at the very lowest. Meats and Vegetables. Everything in the Heat and Vegetable line fresh, seasonable and reasonable. Spring Chickens alive, will be dressed to order. Pork Tenderloins always on hand. Groceries. The Best Flour. The Best Butter, and in fact everything in this department is of the best quality and at bottom prices. Fruit. Apples, Pears, Plums; Malaga, Delaware, Con cord and other Grapes, Bananas and other fruits in their season. Telephone. JES. HT". ITJH-3SrX S60-S64 STATE STREET. e25eow JUDSON'S LOW PRICE CASH STORE. 146 Crown Street. SWEET POTATOES Lima Beans, Parsley, Lettuce and Cabbages, Peaches, Apples and Pears. Fine Creamery Butter. Fresh Eggs and Fresh milk. Spring Lamb and Chiekens, 25 pounds Fresh Plate Beef $1.00. Extra Hams, Shoulders'. Breakfast Bacon and Old Fashioned Dried Beef. All at Low Prices. Orders by Telephone and Postofflce. SHEIFFELE'S. DUCKS AND BROILERS. ROASTING CHICKENS. CELERY AND LETTDCE. Telpphone, JACOB F. SHEIFFELE, 409 State Street, near Court. Fine Early Rose Potatoes 65c per Bushel, 18c Peck. CHICKENS For Broiling or Ro.asting 22c IOTJ3SrT3. Fowls, Full Dressed, 18c Pound. Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Fresh Pork. Breakfast Bacon, Smoked and Dried Beef, Fulton Market Pickled Beef Tongues. Watermelons, Bananas, Green Corn, Tomatoes. LOW PRICES. W. D. JUDS0N, 505 AND 507 STATE STREET SCOLLOPS! SCOLLOPS! First of the Season. FRESH SALMON, Blueflsh, Sea Bass, Spanish Mackerel, Halibut, Eels, Hard and Soft Crabs, ciams, roosters, uysrers, etc., jaic. Reed's Market, 59 Church Street OPPOSITE THE POSXOFPICE. 83 H. W. SMITH. Manager. TEAS. TEAS. Notice to Groce s and the Public. A upleudid stock of the Finest Teas Jut received. A'o finer English Rrcakfast Tea to be found in the city. Parties wishing Fine Teas and Coffees can always be supplied at moderate prices. Call at the old and reliable store of I A WSOS, 844 STVTHI BT., Tale Bank Rnlldlnic. GREAT OPPORTUNITY. FINE PEACHES TO-DAY. 50 cents and upward per basket; 5 cents and up ward per quart. Fresh fruit received daily. Call and compare the quality of our goods and prices. As the season advances preserving peaches will be offered at the lowest prices ior reuaDie siock. LIST OF BARGAINS, Finest Early Rose Potatoes 60c bushel. 5 pounds Carolina Rice 25c. 4 packages Corn Starch 35c. 6 lbs Barley 25c. 4 pounds English Currants 25c. Cerealine 13c, 2 packages 25c. 3 long bars Family Soap 25c. Condensed Milk 10c per can. Choice Lard in 5 and 10 pound pails 9c pound. Cider Vinegar, warranted pure, 20c gallon. Choice Creamery Butter 27c lb. 4 lbs for $1. 16 lbs Standard Granulated Sugar $1. 17 lbs Extra C Sugar $1. Best New Process Flour 85.75 per barrel. Extra good Oolong and Japan Teas 50 and 60c lb, meat Market Connected. J. II. MEAKVEY, ELM CITY CASH GROCERY, 74 and 76 Congress Avenue, Corner Hill Street. SCOLLOPS. BASS, Spanish Mackerel, Blueflsh Salmon, Halibut, Hard and Soft Crabs. Little Keck Clams, Lobsters, BlacKflsli. Vc, AT A. FOOTE & CO.'S, OOO STATBST, PLUMS. PEACHES. FOR PRESERVING. We shall receive Wednesdav. Sent. 8. larere cm an tities of Plums, which we shall sell very low by the quart or basket. We shall have Green Gages, Blue Gages, Damsons and Egg Plums for preserving and ror eating, iwn i putuon ana wen pay inure. but buv now. ISO baskets floe Rarerine Peaches at 75c basket. They are very handsome and sound. Just the thing for canning. 200 fine rine Gem Watermelons at 30c each. They are extra large size and fine cutters. apienaia mauve uuron oieions at iuc eacn. Bartlett Pears for canning ftl iter Deach basket. Native Tomatoes for catsup, &c. '25c per peach oasKec. Jersey Sweet Potatoes wc peck, fine cookers. Butter. Butter. 60 tubs fine Creamerv Butter at 25c oound. 4 lbs for $1. We guarantee this butter to be pure and of nne quality, anc win oe sure to suit, w e sun con tinue to sell Oleomargarine at 16c lb. Prints 1 8c, and we have never sold it for anything el?, or asked any more for it. Our customers will back us up in this assertion. We have always tried to do business in an non- 'raoie way. ana snail con tinue to do. All the Donular brands of Flour for sale. Pills- bury. Washburn "and Chiistian's, Bridal Veil, Welch's Delight and Welch's Cecum paw. Store one n until 8 o'clock. Mondays and Satur days excepted. D M. WELCH & SON, 38 and 30 Congress Ave. ' Branck No. 8 Grand St. Register copy Chicken Grouse, Golden Plover, Rail Birds, Domestic Ducks, Boastine &Broilin GMctens CAULIFLOWERS, Celery, Pickling Cucum bers, And a full variety of Fruits and Vegetables. C. E. HART, 35Q and 352 State St. NATIVE PEACHES. EXTRA QUALITY. Grown In Meriden, Conn. Sell, ing Agents. EDW. E. HALL & SON. 7T0 Chapel Street. Railroads. New York, New Haven & Hart ford IS. R., June 38, 1886. TRAINS LEAVE NEW HAVEN AS FOLLOWS : FOB NEW YORK S!5, 4:HS, 4:4U.S:ls,Ttt:iSVro:3U, 7:30S:10. :3U, .:su,iu:4U.tii:su a.m.,u:wi p. m. way train to Stamford), 1:30, 2:40,3:103:501 4:00,5:00, 5:40, 6:15 milk train with pass, ac commodation way to New York. 7.00, 7:10, (7:30 way ta Bridgeport) 8:38, 9.00 p m., Sun days, 3:58, 4:40, 8:00 a. m., :40. 8:00, 6:80, 7:00. 7:20. 8:38 t. m. WASHINGTON - NIGHT EXPRESS VIA HARLEM RIVER Leaves at .11:50 p. m. daily, stops at Milford, Bridgeport. South Norwalk and Stam ford. FOR BOSTON VIA SPRINGFIELD 1:02 night, oi.ti, :uu, ii:u5 a. m., i:iu, s:i, o:aop. m. Sundays. 1:02 nijrht. 6:28 p. m. FOR BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND rBOVI- DENCE 1:30 a. m., 10:30a. m., fast express 4:00 p. m. Fast Express, Sundays 1:30 a. m 1-12:25 noon. Newport Express trains 10:30 a. m.. 4:20 p. m. FOR BOSTON VIA HARTFORD AND N. Y & N E. H. R. 2.30a. m. daily. FOR BOSTON Via Air Line and N. Y. & N. E. R. R K.05 a. m., 1.25 p. m., '5.05 p. m. last express. Sundays 5:05 r. m. WHITE MOUNTAIN EXPRESS 11:S0 a. m. with through cars to Fabyan's House, daily except Sundays. Saturday nights the 1 :02 nifrht train will run through car to Fabyan's. Tuesdays and Thursdays the 6:26 p. m. train will connect mroun 10 r aDyan s. FOR HARTFORD, SPHINGFD2LD AND MERIDEN. ETC. 12:15 eight, 1:02 night, 2: 30 a. m .to nartiora,:o, o.uu, T1U:2S, 11:05, 11:20,12:10 noon, 1:16. 3:12, S:07 (5:55 to UartforS) 6:26.8:12 p.m. Sundays 1:3 l ight, 4:35 al m..6:86 p. m. FOR NEW LONDON. ETC 1:30 night. 7:00. (7 :50 Block Island Express) !0:30, 10:35 a. m (1:40 way to Guilford, goea no farther) 4:00 4:20, 5:07, 6:lf,(9:35p. m. way to Guilford goes no farther.) Sundays 12:25 noon, 1:30 night. VIA B. & N. Y. AIR LINE DIVISION for Middle town, WilUmantic, Etc. Leave New Haven for all stations at 8:05 a.m.,l:25,5:05,6:15 p.m Sim days, 5:05 p. m. Connect at Middletown with Conn. Valley R. B and at Willimaptic with N Y. & N. E. aud N. L. & N. B. R., at TurnerviUe with Colchester Branch. Trains arrive In New Haven at 8:02 a.m., :22, 6:55, 8:55 p. m. O. M. SHEPARD, General Superintendent. Express trains. tLocal Express. Mew Haven & Korthampion R. R. Commenciner Monday. June 28. 1886. Through Saratoga Train will com mence runnine on Jnlv sth. a. m. a.m. p. m. p.m. 9:00 2:00 4:30 7:15 11:04 4;00 6:25 8:15 11:55 4:50 7:18 p. m. 9:C0 1:28 5:38 8:03 9:19 12:54 5:48 8:25 9:48 1:S0 6:32 9:55 1:31 6:17 9:00 10:18 1:55 6:40 9:25 10:15 1:53 6:36 ' 11:05 2:15 6:53 10:41 2:14 7:C0 11:30 2:58 7:45 11:500 8:24 8:09 3:35 5:16 30:50 2:0p.m6:45 9:30 New York New Haven Plainville Arrivb New Hartford Westfield Holyoke Northampton Williamsburg South Deerfieid Turners Falls Shelburne Falls North Adams Williamstown Saratoga Troy Leave . Saratoga 9:45a.m. Troy n:00 l:20p.m V 'lliamstown 12:36p.m 2:55 North Adams 9:20 12:50 4:05 Shelburne Falls 10:11 1:32 4:5 Turners Falls 9:45 l:25 4:3 9:45 10:35 8:201 South Deerfieid io:35 1:52 5:20 Williamsburg Northampton Holyoke Westfield New Hartford Plainville Arrive New Haven 6:15a.m 10:80 f 5:12 5:42 540 6:27 6:35 7:35 8:28 6:34 6:45 7:09 7:30 8:15 9:17 10:55 11:00 11:30 10:45 p. m. 12:33 2:16 2:20 3:05 3:53 1:23 3:30 4:50 7:00 New York 11-45 10:80 Parlor cars on trains leaving New Haven at 11:04 a. m., and from Saratoga at 9:45 p. m. EDWARD A. RAY, G. T. A. S. B. OPDYKE, Jr., Supt. Kew Haven and Derby Railroad. Train Arrangement commencing June 14, 1866. LEAVE NEW HAVEN At 7:00 and 9:52 a. m.. 1:20. 3:20, 5:45,-7:05 p. m. Saturdays at 11:00 p. m. LEAVE ANSONIA At 6:35. 9:05 and 11:40 a. ji., 1:00, 3:20 and 6:45 p. m. Connections are made at Ansonia with passenger trains of the Naugatuck railroad, and at New Haven with the principal trains of other roads centering there. E. 8. QUINTARD, Sup't New Haven, June 14. 1886. Naugatuek Railroad. COMMENCING JUNE 14th, 1886, trains Irave New Haven via N H. & D. R. R., connecting ritn this road at 7:00 a. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenge' train for Waterbury, Litchfield and Win sted. 9:52 a. m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown Litchfield, Winsted. 3:15 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenger 6:45 p.m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown, Litchfield, Winsted. 7:05 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia for Waterbury. FOR NEW HAV EN Trains leave Winsted: 7:10 a. m., 1:20 p. m.. with through car, aud at 4:35 p. m TRAINS LEAVE WATERBURY At 5:80 a. m. 8:26 a. m., through car, 10:50 a. - m. 2:42 p. m. through car, 5:50 p. m. GEORGE W. BEACH Supt Bridgeport. June 14. 1R4. Linen Markers, Daters, Seal Presses, Self- ' Inkers, Lodge and Society- Stamps, Quality Best, Prices the lowest. THE "MOTHER HUBBARD" Rug Attachment for all Sewing' Machines. The latest and best out. Easy to learn. Easily sold. Male and Female Canvassers WANTED. Send $2.00 for outfit to LUDLOW & LACEY, BRIDGE PORT, . H. W. STOW, DEALER IN VIRGINIA, NORTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA and FLORIDA PINE TIMBER, PLANK FLOORING AND CEILING of Every Description Foot of Chapel Street, o. 371. WALTER A. WOOD'S NEW INCLOSED GEAR 'mowers FOR ONE AND TWO HORSES. Their superior merits over any other Mower yet produced, thoroughly tested and established by practical use, are as follows: They have come to be the standard by which other Mowers, of whatever manufacture, are esti mated, both by dealers and purchasers. We men tion only a few of the leading points of excellence: Simplicity, Strength and Durability, inclosed Gearing, High Driving Wheels, Draught from the Frame direct, no weight upon the Horses Necks. No Side Draught, Safety and Comfort for the Driver, New Shifting Device, etc., etc. Undoubtedly they are the most perfect Mowers built. Send for circulars giving full particulars of cutting capacity, etc. ROBERT B. BRADLEY & CO. SEW HAVEN, CONN., Agents for New Haven Count je!2 gtawaw FBUIT JABS. $1 per Dozen for Quart. $1.25 for onc-Iialf Callon. Af MINOR'S, 51 CHURCH STREET, 36c per Dozen. The best quality of Class. At MINOR'S, 51 CHURCH STREET. E. D. HENDEE, SUCCESSOR TO- W. D. BRYAN, STOJM TAILOR NO. 137 CHURCH ST. c u Jelly Hers NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT C. Dally for Km York Fare 1, fnelnA'' InKbertli-Eicanloa ViekeM $l.fiO. Steamer C. H. NORTHAM.Capt. F.J. Peck, leawa KewHaven 12 o'clock p.m., Sunday exeevted. State rooms sold at Peck & Bishop's, and at Kk7ckslruff Store. Steamer CONTINENTAL, Captain SteTe leaves New Haven at 19:15 a. m. Sundays excepted!. From New York The C. H. NORTHAM taBeS Peck Slip at 3 p. m., and the CONTINENTAL M ti p. m., Sundays excepte--, Saturday 12 o'cleck msA night. Sunday nights. Elm City at 11 p. m. Sunday Boat for N.York Steamer ELM CITY at 10 a. m., Steamer NEW HAVEN at 10:30 p. m. StateroomB tor latter sold at the Elliott House. Free stage from Ins. Building ai 9 p. m. Tickets gold and baggage checked thro to Philadelphia (via both routes), Baltimore ano Washington. JAMES H. WARD, Agent. Starln'a New Haven Transporta tion Line. Every Day Except Saturday. JgggSCDock. at 10:15 o'clock p. m. The JOHN U. STARIN, Captain McAlister, every Sun day, Tuesday and Thursday. The EHASTU8 CORNING. Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Returning, leave New York, from Pier 18, foot of Courtland street, at 9 p. m. the Starin every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, the Corning every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday. The onlv Sunday night boat from New York. Fare, with berth in cabin, $1 ; stateroom $1. Ex cirrbion tickets $1.50. Fr."e oiage tpa on arrival or rlart- awi tr,?in. aud Irom corner Church and Chara streets eveTT halt hour, commencing at 8:30 o'clock Tickets and Siteroo.s can be purchased of the Downes News Co., '.WO CUPel street. Peck & Bishop 702 Chapel street, and at tue Tontine Hotel. O, M. CON KLIN, Agent, jy!6 Haven, Conn. ALLAN ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS. dhES. Royal Mail Steamships aii regularly 2i!eaGfctobetween Quebec and Liverpool, calling at Londonderry , and from Glasgow to Boston t'rect via Londonderry and Galway. Cabin, Intermediate and Steerage at low rates. Accommodations m, surpassed. Prepaids issued from all parts of Gnat Britain and Ireland. For further information ply to H. & A. ALL N.Agents. Portland, and State street, Boston; or to W. FITZ PATRICK, 66 Grand St.; BUNNELL & .SCRANTON, 732 and 734 Chapel street. myl3eod3m PASSAGE RATES REDUCED. ANCHOR LINE. Steamers every Saturday from New York to GLASGOW AND LAN! ONBERKV. Rates of Passage to or from New York, ftilangow, Liverpool, Eon- donderry or Belfast: CABINS, $45 and $55. SECOND-CLASS", $30. Atlantic Express Service. IXF51410011 v,a Q.KKENSTOWBT. S' S. "C-JITIT OF HOiE from New Yorfe Wednesday, Sept. 15, Oct. 13, Nov. 10. Saloon passage $50 upwards. Second-class 30 Steerage outward or prepaid, either service $20. For Boo of Tours, Tickets or other information aprdf,'.S?NP?KSON BROTHERS, New York n SU t.LwJI SCRANTON, 732 Chapel street, or Haven. my 20 6m Kalfnnul kn.nni.i.t. BETWKKN NEW YORK, LIVERPOOL, QUsdLxS TOWN AND LONDON DIRECET. Sailing weekly from 1-ier 39, North River .ew York, are among the largest steamships crossing the Atlantic. Cabin rates, $50 to $100; Excursion at special rates; outward steerage $17, and pre paid steerage tickets $19. "Being $2 lower than most other lines." New steamship America's firs trip to New York, 6 days, IS hours and 41 minutes F. W. J. HURST, Manager. Agents at New Haven, BUNNELL & SCRANTON W. B'lTZPATRICK, A. MCALISTER, GEO RGB M. DOWNES & BON. E. DOWNES. a11 DR. JOHN L. LYON, NO. 49 CHURCH STREET, The well known and reliable Botanic and Eclectic Physician Room 11, Hoadlev Building Side Entrance 123 Crown Street. (Opposite tbe Postofflce.) Omce so arranged that patients see no oue bu the doctor. Who has practiced medicine in this city since 1854 can be consulted at his office. Dr. Lyon's success in the treatment of all dis eases has been marvelous and his fame has spread throughout the length and breadth of the United States. Being opposed to all mineral and poisonous1 drugs, he has selected choice and potent remedials from the vegetable kingdom only, and with val uable roots, barks and herbs is prepared to CURE the most stubborn and intractive disease. Con sumption, that bane of our eastern climate, which causes so many to succumb to its ruthless power, 1 CURED by Dr. Lyon, as many testimonials from unimpeachable witnesses attest. Dyspepsia, the national scourge, which dooms thousands to tor ture and misery, is routed and annihilated by a rem edy discovered by the doctor. In no case yet hag this inestimable specific failed of banishing that painful disease. All diseases of the Lungs, Liver and Kidneys, ss well as Skin Diseases, and all Im purities of the Blood of whatever name and na ture, are radically and permanently cured in a surprisingly short time by the doctor's improved method of treatment. TO FEMALES: The special diseases to which females are subject are treated with perfect success by Dr. Lyon. The doctor has made those diseases a special study for over a third of a century, and his success has been as gratifying as it has been complete. Therefore all ladies suffering from any diseases incidental to their sex will find in Dr. Lyon a true friend and skilled physician and one who is competent to treat all those diseases and effect permanent cures in the shortest possible time. TO MALES Who are suffering from the errors of youth, lost manhood, etc., and find themselves weakened and debilitated, and also those suffering from venereal diseases: Dr. Lyon will prove to you that he CAN and WILL CURE YOU. Hundreds of advertise ments appear in papers with statements of marvel ous cures which tempt many to seno fob soke WORTHLESS MEDICXXES which not only PAIL OF af FORDING THE RELIEF DESIKEP, but also RUIN THE PATIENT'S CONSTITUTION. Do not trust your self to those leeches who prey upon the unfortunate but call at once on the doctor and you will never re gret it. He has successfully treated more cases of Sperma- torhoea. Seminal Weakness and all Diseases of the Generative Organs than any other physician living, and his experience and skill avail in every instance in restoring the sufferer to sound health and spirits. Hundreds of letters from grateful patients can be seen at the doctor's office. Dr. Lyon has discovered a remedy which is a cer tain cure for Dumb Ague, Chills and Fever and all Malarial Complaints. All letters sent to the Doctor will be confidential ly attended to, and in NO CASE shall confidence be abused. Write, if you do not call in person describing your symptoms and duration of the dis ease, and medicines appropriate to your case wil be sent to your address, or any address you desire by express in packages secure from observation. Consultation, advice and mediciue given for one dollar or more, according to the severity and na ture of the case. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Open Sunday evenings. DR. J. L. LYON, NEW HAVEN, CONN liADIES. Enamel your range on the sides twice a year, the top once a week, and you have the finest polished rtove in the world. UJxlS chromo for lOets. Piblor Peide M'p'g Co.. Bos ton, Mass. For sale by all dealers and . A. FuUerton. Judson Terrell, Silas Gal pin, John It. Oarlock, M. C.Schwaner, G. W. Hazl Co., II. Hendrick, Frank M. Hall, S. S. Adams, W.S. Foote.106 BeWitt. H. Hoffmeister. Robinson. Curtiss & Pierpont. Beardsley & Story. C. P. Merriman. Yale. Bryant & Co., Manufacturer's Agents, a8 THE NEW RAPID BICYCLES Are acknowledged THE BEST. Call and examine them. We also have some BARGAINS in second hand machines. FULli LINE OF SUNDRIES. WILLIAM M. FRISBIE & CO., au!3 6m 8 5 Admiral street. Coal by theTon.Wood by the Cord C CHARCOAL and BUNDLED WOOD Spruce 20a J per bbl. 6 bbls SI : Chestnut. 1 bbl. 20c. a bht ?l;hard, lbbl, 25c, 5bbls,$l; Coal 25 cents per bushel. cord soft wood, sawed or snlit 10 in $1.75; cord soft wood, sawed or split, 10 in. $3.50; 1 cord soft wood, sawed or split, 10 in.. $7: cord hard wood, sawed or split, 10 in. $2; cord hard wood, sawed or split, 10 in., $4; 1 cord hard wood. sawed or split, 10 in. (8. Bundle wood, $1.25 per hundred. 200 Commerce street, where orders should be sent J. w. WH1TK.. FOK SUMMER COOKING. Gas Stoves a specialty. on Satoves, a large variety. Gasolene Stove, the best made. Wicks for Oil Stoves, all sizes. Wholesale and Retail SILAS CJAIiPIX, 360 State Street a7 las