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Hartford, Jan. 26. Special to the Journal and Courier: Speaker Hoyt is authority for the statement that if members would present their petitions with reasonable promptness and the commit tees begin their work immediately an ad journment sine die would be reached inside of a month; otherwise look ont for a May session. The labor committee began active business to-day and the judiciary, contested elections and incorporations have already got down to business. The rest of the . committees are rather slow in proceeding to business. The bill file and the calendar appeared this morn ing and their presentation so early in the ses sion is considered by many as a good omen for a short session. Nearly all the committee hearings bulle tined for to-day were postponed. Prof. Sim eon E. Baldwin, of New Haven, was about the Capitol lobby this morning and appeared before the committee on education in behalf of the petition presented last week asking for a change in the charter of Yale universi ty so that any sums of money bequeathed to Yale college, the fellows and members of the Yale corporation, can be lawfully claimed by the nniversity. P9of. Baldwin ?ave an ex plicit explanation and after a short session the committee voted to reoommend the peti tion to the legislature. The labor committee held quite a pro tracted session (their first) this afternoon, commencing immediately after the House adjournment. The chairman of the meeting was Senator Bates, the House chairman Hi. Higginsof Greenwich, and the clerk Mr. Latham of Windsor Locks. Senate bill 10, relating to weekly wages, was expected to have been the first bill discussed, but in stead the bill relating to the retaining of twenty per cent, of the employes' wages and paying the amount monthly and paying weekly the other eighty per cent., came be fore the committee. Senator M. F. Chap man, who drew np the bill, was the first to address the committee. After explaining the different terms and clauses in the bill Senator Chapman said : "There are many manufacturers in the State who cannot af ford to pay the full amount of their help's wages at tha end of the week. The work man, when he gets eighty per cent, of his wages weekly, will then have a sufficient amount to live on during the month. For instance, he can pay his rent with the amount which has been kept back, and as rents are generally collected monthly this is another feature of commendation, and a very important feature in this matter also is that the workingman and his family might try and live on this eighty per cent, and could then put by the remaining twenty per cent, for a rainy day. It would be paid monthly and he could draw it and set it aside. It we are to have weekly payment bills, and I most heartily favor them, this eighty per cent, bill Vill accomplish the needed result as near as it can be accomplished. The last legislature was pressed as none betore nave been by labor and capital rivals. It is better form to meet these issues squarely. senator Chap man was asked concerning the factorizing process. He said he believed it would be the greatest blessing imaginable if people were obliged to pay spot cash for their purchases. E. F. Strong, first selectman and town agent of Bridgeport, addressed the commit tee for over thirty minutes. He agreed with Senator Chapman in detail and favored the bill. At the close of Mr. Strong's remarks the chairman declared the hearing closed, there being no one else present to be heard concerning the bill. It was annonnced that the bill from the Senate exempting wa?es from attachment wonld come before the committee for dis cussion to morrow afternoon. A remonstrance was introduced in the Senate to-day from the First Congregational church and ecclesiastical society of Norwaik against the act to permit church organizations to be incorporated" and accept the property of the society connected there with. The remonstrance was referred to the committee on incorporations. The grounds of the remonstrance are that the Congrega tional church "is not a hierarchy, but con sists of 297 separate and independent ecclesi astical corporations;" that none of them have been notified of the pending law, and that no action be taken until they have had time to pass upon it. The remonstrance caused no little surprise and discussion. The opinion in general is that it is not well taken, and has little if any valid reason. The act which the Norwaik church remonstrates against was a General one asked for by the general conferences of the Congregational churches through the Kev. Drs. Walker and barker. The bill for the act came before the commit tee on incorporations this afternoon, but lit tle was done concerning it. It is not thonght the remonstrance will have any material ef fect on the bill. A bill was introduced in the House to day which, if it becomes a law, will tend to pre vent Pinkerton performances in Connecticut. The bill provides that any corporation engag ing persons, not citizens of the State, for the purpose of guarding its property, such person or persons being armed with deadly weapons, shall deposit with the town where such corporation is located a bond of not less than $3,000 nor more than $10,000,aaid bond to be conditioned for the payment to any person of all damages done in the employ ment of aforesaid, and in the case of death to any person resulting from the employ ment of such persons, then for the payment to the legal representatives of the deceased of $5,000, while a fine of not more than $10,000 nor leas than $5,000 shall be imposed. The caucus for the nomination of a county commissioner to succeed Commissioner Dun htm was held by the New Haven county He1 publicans this afternoon immediately after the House adjourned. The caucus was a lengthy one and perfectly harmonious. It resulted as was expected. Mr. Dunham, of Seymour, was renominated as his own suc cessor, and Mr. Burleigh, of Hamden. was also renominated to serve from July 1, 1888, bis appointment, however, to be contiugent upon the passage of the bill now before the judiciary committee changing, the terms of county commissioners. Judges Hubbard and Bartholomew of the borough court of Wal lingford were reappointed. Senator Walsh has the statute revision ready and it will be presented to-morrow. There have been numerous corrections made in the printed copies. It was, perhaps, natural to expect that there would be such changes after the revision had come from the bands of expert lawyers. LEGISLATIVE NOTES. A resolution is to be introduced for an in vestigation of the action of the county com missioners of several counties in charging il legal fees. On Wednesday of next week the finance committee will hear all persons interested in the application of the receivers of the Char ter Oak Life Insurance company that the State treasurer turn over to them tne $10U, 000 of securities held in trust by him for the Dolicv holders. In the Woodbury contested election case the committee voted yesterday not to open the ballot boxes and the bearing was ad iourned to next Tuesday. The canons of Fairfield county Republi cans to nominate a judge of the borough court of Stamford takes place this after noon. The hearing on the petition of running of Sunday trains will take place before tue railroad committee on next wednes day. The committee oh education has voted to endorse E. D. Bobbins, of Wetherefield, for reappointment as a member of the State board of education. Below is a summary of the business of the session in detail: The Senate. The Senate was called to order by Senator Walsh, president pro tern., at 10:45 a. m. Referred Petition of the Selectmen of New Haven for authority to issue bonds to pay oS certain bonds of iiaat Haven; introduced by Senator Graham. Referred Remonstrance of the First church of Norwaik against bill for the incor poration of Congregational churches; intro duced by Senator Hill. Referred to incorporations Resolution in corporating the Bristol Park association; in troduced by Senator Dunbar. Referred to incorporations Resolution in corporating the Windsor Locks Water com pany with a capital of $10,000; introduced by Senator Bailey. The following repot ts from committees were then presented: From the incorpora tions a resolution favorably reported by the committee, amending charter of the Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing company .was pass ed under suspension of the rules; from the committee on banks, favorable on allowing Phoenix bank of Hartford to accept its State charter. Referred to labor A bill providing for weekly payments in factories to take effect July 1, 1887; introduced by Senator Beck- witn. Passed Resolution incorporating the Norwaik club; from the calendar. Passed A resolution amending the joint rules so that the clerk of bills shall super vise the printing of the. bills; from the cal endar. Tuesday's House business was referred in concurrence, excepting that a petition for the better protection of women and young girls, referred by the House to the temperance committee, was referred by the Senate to the judioiary committee. Senator Walsh was appointed on a confer ence committee on disagreeing vote on refer ence of petitions of the Washington school district of Hartford for taxation of the Trinity college and Insane retreat property. Kererrea to incorporations A remon strance from the First Congregational church and ecclesiastical society of Norwaik. The resolution, favorably reported, permit ting the Wheeler & Wilson comrjanv of Bridgeport to elect nine directors instead of seven, came from the House adopted and was acted noon in concurrence, the rules being suspended, as the company's aunual meeting will be held to-morrow. Referred to incorporations Resolution in corporating the Bristol Park company (agri cultural) to hold property to the value of S4U.UUU. At 11:20 the Senate adjourned until 11 o'clock Thursday. The House. The House was, called to order at 10:45, and prayer was offered by the Rev. Mr. Wheeler. Voted That hereafter sessions on Tues days will begin at 1 o'clock p. m. Referred A petition for a borough chatter for Tornngton. Referred Petition of numerous residents of Rocky Hill for constitutional amendment pronibiting the manufacture and sale of in toxicating liquors. . Referred A resolution authorizing the trustees of Larrabee fund, Hartford, to sell real property. Referred A resolution incorporating the Live Stock Growers' Mutual Benefit associa tion of Connecticut. Referred A resolution incorporating the Crescent hose company of Thomaston. Referred A resolution incorporating tne Hubbard Kscort of Hartford. Referred A resolution validating the vote of the town of Hebron. Referred A resolution incorporating the State Young Men's Christian association. The purpose of the corporation is to give greater permanency and efficiency to the general work ot the various Young Men's Christian associations throuctiont the state, Referred to judiciary A resolution as follows: Resolved, That we hereby declare that we are sincerely and earnestly in favor of civil service reform in the administration of national, State and local government; that in tne appointment of judges and assistant judges and of county commissioners by the legislature partisan considerations should be secondary to the interests of the people. In troduced by Representative JCendrick, of Wallinsrtord. Referred to labor A bill for an act pro viding that no woman or minor shall be em ployed in any mechanical or manufacturing establishment tor a longer time than ten hours in one day or sixty hours a week; that any agent or employer who shall violate this act shall oe taned S1UU tor each ottense; that the Governor shall appoint two labor in spectors under this act at an aunual salary of $1,000 each to enforce this act. Introduced by Representative Randall, of Vernon. Referred Petition of the Father Matthew Temperance society of Hartford for an act of incorporation. Referred Petition of "the Bridgeport Eaectrio Light company for an act of incor poration. Referred to railroads A bill for a public act providing that on and aftar May 1 no railroad in this State shall charee over 2 1-2 eents per mile or fraction thereof for contin uous first-class passenger tariff for distances over three miles; introduced by Representa tive Bassett, of Norwaik. Referred to judiciary A bill for an act authorizing the selectmen of towns having a population over 20,000 to provide a suitable court room for the trial of cases returnable before justices of the peace; introduced by Representative Watson, of .Bridgeport. Referred Bill applying the same rule of taxing costs of the Police court of New Brit ain as applies to the New London and Nor wich courts. Referred A bill compelling " corporations to give heavy bonds when armed men, not citizens of the State, are employed to pro tect property. Referred to temperance An act regulat ing the sale of spirituous liquors so that li censes will be limited in number so as not to exceed one to every one hundred legal voters in each town; the price of liquor licenses to be not less than $500 nor more than $1,000; beer licenses not less than $250 nor more than $500. At 11:05 the House adjourned until 10:30 Thursday morning. PAIR HAVEN. The Mall-Rice Weddlnx Puneral Ser vicesOther Notes of IiOcal Inter, est. The wedding of Miss Helen L. Rice daughter of Joseph Rice.of Ferrv street, and Dr. Edwin C. M. Hall, which took place at the First Congregational church yesterday afternoon, was very largely attended. The ceremony was performed by Rev. E. Edwin Hall, father of the groom. The ushers were William Bigelow, H. F. Baldwin and E. Otis Hovey, son of Rev. Dr. Hovey, former- ly of the Second church. There were no bridesmaids or best men. The children of room No. 12, Woolsey school, in which room the bride was a teacher, were present at the ceremony, school having been dis missed for the occasion. The happy couple leit on a wedding tour shortly after the cere rnony and will probably go to Chicago. Af ter their return Dr. and Mrs. Hall will reside on Grand avenue. The funeral services, over the remains of Mrs. Lydia T. Potwin occurred fiom St. James' church yesterday afternoon, Rev. Dr. Vibbert officiating. The body was taken to East Haven for burial. Relatives of the deceased acted as bearers. Rev. Mr. Meserve officiated at the funeral services over the remains of the late Philo Territl, which took place from his late resi dence on Lloyd street yesterday afternoon. The interment was in Evergreen cemetery. The funeral services over the remains of Mrs. M. N. Bush will take place to day from her late'home, 41 Grand avenue. Rev. Mr. Sanford, of Grace church, will officiate. William Fields, who has been in Florida for the past six weeks, has returned. Mrs. Fred. A. Chase and daughter are visiting friends in New York. F. A. Rockwell, who was recently tried in the City court for non support of wife and who was under $500 bonds to appear at Freehold, N. J., to answer to a charge of embezzlement, has forfeited his bonds. F. Howard Hemingway, who has been con fined to the house with inflammatory rheu matism, is getting better. Mr. George Brockett, of South Quinnipiao street, wishes it stated that he is not the George Brockett arrested recently for an assault and tried in the City court. It was some other Brockett. Major W. E. Sanders, of Mystio Bridge, has been visiting his old friend, Eugene Smith. - Ulasonle. The annual Grand council of deliberation, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, for the State of Connecticut, will be held at Masonic halt in Hartford this (Thursday) afternoon at 3 o'clock. In the evening the 17th and 18th grade will be conferred on two well known gentlemen of Hartford and a banquet in the evening will conclude the ceremonies. "STATE VOBREsPANDENCE.' ' North Haven. CALLED TO MOURN THREE " NORTH ' HAVEN LADIES DEAD. North Haven, Jan. 26'. Mrs. Lois Stiles, who for many years has been a widow, died after a short iUnae. of pneumonia .on Sunday evening. ,The funeral was attended from St. John's church yesterday afternoon.- Rev. Mr. Lusk officiated and the choir furnished appropriate musical selections. Mrs; Stiles was one of the oldest residents -pf .. the,. town1 and had a very extensive acquaintance: She witts, as long -as able, always ready . to- help the sick and will be missed and .mourned by niany families where she was 'very welcome and has made herself useful.- - Mrs. Alfred Brockett died on Sunday even ing of dropsy of the heart. Mrs, Brockett had bean for some time an invalid," She leaves many friends to think kindly of her. Mrs. Mary Blakeslee died yesterday morn ing after an illness of a few 'days. . The funeral will be attended from her home on Thursdav afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Reynolds is to conduct the services. Mrs. Blakeslee was a much respected member of the church and society and beloved by a large circle of friends and acquaintances for her many good traits, and will long be remembered with affection for the good deeds she has done and mourned with sorrow deep and sincere. Her only child, Mrs. Aaron Bassett, and her family have the sympathy of a great number of friends in the Congregational church and of many others all over the town. R. T. Linsley is suffering greatly from the scratch of a cat on his hand. The wound proved so troublesome and bo much in flamed that blood poisoning was feared ana the services of Dr. Goodyear were engaged. ' Mr. Linsley now sutlers less and it is hoped the worst Is over. The Ladies' auxiliary to the board of mis sions is te be held at St. John's church on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Beth an v. Bethany. Jan. 26. A festival will beheld at Perry's Hall on Wednesday evening, Feb. 2. If stormy it will be held the next fair evening. It is for the benefit of Christ church parish. -General State New. A ITKW LODGE. Housatonio council, Knights of Columbus, was instituted at New Milford Tuesday even ing. SQUASH SEED LUCE. H. B. Wooster had one of the winning guesses on the New Haven squash seed gift enterprise, wuiuu euuiiou mui w m bwonuj third part ownership in a pair of Indian clubs. The articles were finally disposed of at auction among the ones that were part owners. Mr. Wooster purchased the clubs, each fortunate guesser receiving as his share of the proceeds nine cents. waterbnry American. DIED IN ANDOVIK. Mrs. Eliza Hubbard Blackman, wife of George F. Blackman, died of pneumonia in Andover, Conn., January 15, 1MS7, aged sev entv-five years. Mrs. Blackman was born ia Norwich where she spent a large part of her life as a successful teacher of private schools. THE FIRST COTTON MILL. "Mrs. Sarah A. Gorton, mother of William R. Gorton,died Thursday morning m Spring field at 1 ' o'clock at the advanced age ot eighty four years. She was born in Norwich, Conn., November 25, 1802. Her father, in connection with the Slaters, started the first cotton mill in the United States." A GOOD BROTHERHOOD. Robert Nield, the fireman who was badly injured and burned -by the bursting of a water grate on an engine of the New York and New England road at Putnam several weeks ago, is still confined to his loom at 15 Elm street, Hartford. The burns on his face and right leg have nearly healed, but his left leg still remains in a very Dad condition The Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen, of which he is a member, are doing everything in their power for Nield s comfort. MADE HAPPT. The patients of the retreat were pleasantly entertained by the Hartford Ideal minstrels at Ives' Hall, Hartford, last evening. Hart ford Telegram. WILI. GO TO MONTREAL. The Montreal carnival will be witnessed by a great many New Londoners this winter. Railroad fares have been reduced. add state news VUCHEB PICKEREL. Captain William Miner and W.H.Schulten returned this week from a day of rare fishing through the ice. They brought 58 pounds of splendid pickerel. Hartford Courant. DROWNED AT NORWICH. Thomas Field, a stone mason from Jewett City, aged 54 years, was drowned by falling into the Shetucket river at Norwich Mon day night. He leaves a widow and eight children. SENATOR HAWLET. Senator Hawley will probably be present at the celebration of Abraham Lincoln's birthday at Uelmonico s, flew xork, neo- ruary iztn. their 29th. The Hartford Saangerbund will celebrate its twenty-ninth anniversary Friday night at their hall. BRIDGEPORT AHEAD AITER ALL. When the works of the Beacon Falls Rub ber company were burned recently there was a disposition to build in some other place Waterbury offered to take about $10,000 of stock of the company located there. Then Bridgeport set out to raise subscriptions for $20,000, and over half the sum has been raised within a short time, with what is con sidered an excellent prospect for securing the remainder. AN APPEAL FROM THE BARTHOLOMEW INSOL VENCY DECREES. The Commercial National bank of Provi dence, R. I., on Tuesday in the Hartford Probate court filed an appeal to the March term of the Superior court from the orders and decrees in the insolvency case of George N. Bartholomew, passed last September. The first decree ordered that a trustee be ap pointed to take charge of Bartholomew's es tate for the benefit of his creditors, and the second appointed Cnarles M. Joslyn trustee. The appeal was made through the bank's lawvers. Chamberlain, White oc Alius, and in case the Probate court proceedings are set aside, their clients will be paid in lull, the other creditors getting little or nothing. The Charter Oak Insurance company have a claim of $102,000 against Bartholomew for money dne them, and funds which iartholo mew as president withdrew from New York banks and applied to his own use. Barthol omew, iu order to secure this, turned over to Secretary Willard SliSd.UUU in bonds and stocks of southern coal and iron mines, and these were afterward turned over to the Charter Oak receivers. The appeal of the Providence bank will affect the company's right to retain these bonds and stocks, List or Letter. Remaining in the New Haven postofflce. New Ha ven county. State of Connecticut, Wednesday, Jan. 26, 1887: LADIES' LIST. A Sophia Ayer. B "Ainv" Butler. C Bridget Callahan, Fannie R. Clarke, Mary Cree- D fra. Janus Dineen, Mrs. Xf. C. Dunn. F Mrs. J. R. Fisher. Mrs. J. A. Frost. G Mary Gerling, Jessie Giimore, tfarion W. Gla zier. " H Mrs. S. O. Hill, Mary Howard, Mrs, F. I. Hat ton. J Mary F. Jacob, Miss Josie J. Jones, Harriet jottnson, ueien joy. I. Mra. Carrie . Loomis. IU Nellie Marlow, Mrs. A. McNiele, Letttia Moo- ney, mias ju. oiuuum. S Miss Kate Seery, Ella Stevens, Laura Stickney, Mra. w. jj siater. V Mrs. Tavlor, Mrs. Henrietta Tyler. V Mrs. Gilbert Vandoole. GENTLEMEN'S LIST. A W. D. Archer. B F. A. Bartlette, K. Bernstein, Fred Buck. :-G. Clarke, "Estate" David Collins. B:vV. W. Davis. Thos. Dawson. K Wra. F.lley, Ira O. Esty G -'Pat" Glynn S. Marx Grace. H E. H. Hawley. H. T. Hazard, James Hodgson, G. P. Holt, E. N. Hubbard. L. F Ives. J Jackson A Tabor. K Harry Keast. Geo. Kibke. Ma Henry Long. Fred Lucker. IU "Willie" .Macam. Eddie G. Mallory, E. E. Mar ion, B. F. Mechling, Chas. Miller, Alex Mitch, ell, J. G. Murray. p "Gus" Pasander Joseph H. Pendleton, C. Pe ters, J. E. Phillips, A. P. Fierpont, W. J. Pier pont. Charles E. Pollard. It A. D. S. Rockwell. S John J. Shay, S. B. Smith, Elbert J. Seaman. J. L. bpencer, Sidney Stephen. T G. P. Thomas, John Tiernan, J. Tierney. W "Jerre" Wall, Chas. Walley. FAIR HAVES (BRANCH). Frank Egan, Mrs. Wilbur Matthews, Mrs. R. W. Osborne, Mrs. H. F. Smith. Ask for "advertised letters" and mention date of list. BENJAMIN R. ENGLISH. Postmaster. Improve four Complexion by the se of Pearl's White Glycerine. It removes all spots, dfscolorations. etc., upon the skin and renders it soft and beautiful. Druggists sell it. j26 eod 3t . "Cheitnnli" Avoid them if you wish to be free from the suffering they cause. To cure aches, pains and lameness, use the Compound Quinine Plasters. Sold by drug gists. ; When Baby was sick, we gave her C ASTORIA, When abe was a Child, she cried for CASTORIA, When she became Miss, she clung to CASTORIA, When she had CMldraa, she gave them CASTORIA. FIRE INSURANCE! " NATIONAL FIRE INSURANCE GO, , OF HARTFORD. 81,853,727.97 1,473,033.85 urpliit J. G. J. 0. EIGHTH, ' rO CIIVRCH STREET. deal,r it : Kansas Mortpp BonJs, And Other Investment Securities I call the attention of Investors to the large inter est and undoubted security offered in this class of investments. OH, 614 George Street, New Haven, Conn. financial. Business Quiet and Stock. Brooplat- New York and New Kagiant the Strongest on the Llit-K. Beason Apparent for Its strength The Gen eral 1.1. t Closes Weaker All Around. - New Torx, Jan. 28. The dealings on the exchange this morning were rather tame, aggregating only about one half the amount of business transacted during the same period yesterday. One hundred and twenty-seven thousand shares changed hands during the two hours from the opening until noon to-day. The market opened firm and higher f er most of the stocks and during three hours to 1 o'clock dealings dragged along in a listless and uninteresting man ner. Nearly all the stocks- fluctuated within nar. row limits during th. period mentioned and at 1 o'clock prices were irregularly changed. The only exceptions to the general inactivity were N.w En gland, Richmond Terminal, Louisville and Nash ville. Missouri Pacific, Canada Southern and Union Pacific. These stocks fluctuated over a range of 1 to 1 per cent. New England was the strongest stock on the list, but no reason could be assigned for the buying movement in it. Union Pacific was weak probably on the unfavorable earnings of the Oregon Short line. After 1 o'clock the market was dull and weak. Price, sagged steadily to the close when the bottom figures were generally current. The decline ranged from H to 1H percent. The only notable exceptions were Cameron Coal, Chat tanooga and New York and New England. These stocks were from M to 194 per cent, higher. The sales amounted to 281,760 shares. " Money closed at aj per cent. The highest was per cent, and the lowest 2. Exchange closed easier. Posted rates 4.84a4 ( actual rates 4.833a4.64. Governments closed firm and unchanged. Closing price, reported over tn. private wires of BUNNELL Jt SCRANTON. Bankers and Brokeis Bid Alton and Terre Haute 81 Atlantic & Pacific 1IH Boston & N . V. Air Line pf d 101 Burlington and Quincy 1S7 C. C. C. I COM Cameron Coal 45 Canada Southern Canadian Pacific 64 Central r-aciuc 46 Chicago and Alton. 143 Chesapeake and Ohio 8b Chesapeake and Ohio. 1st pfd 15 Chesapeake and Ohio, id pfd 94 Chic, St, Louis & Pitta 1 Chic. St. Louis & Pitts. P'I'd 36& Cin. W. & B 6 Cin. W. & B. P'f'd 8J4 Columbus & Hocking Valley 35J4 Consolidated Gas 64 Dei., Lack. Western Del. and HudsouCanal 102)6 Denver & Rio Grande 54 East Tenn., Va. & Ga 14 East Tenn.. Va. & Ga. 1st pfd 74 8d " pfd 25 Erie 31)5 Erie pfd 68)j Erie seconds 97 Express Adams 141 Express American 107H Express United States 62)6 Wells. Fargo 125 Houston & Texas 40 Ind., Blom. & W. 16 Illinois Central 132)6 Kansas & Texas .. Lake Snore 92 Louisville & Nashville 62)6 Manhattan Elevated 155?j Michigan Central 86 Mil.. L. Shore & Western 69 Mil., L. Shore & W. pfd 99 Minn. & St. Louis 17)4 Minn. & St. Louis pfd 41)4 Missouri Pae 105 Mobile & Ohio 15)6 Morris & Essex 139)6 Nashville & Chattanooga 83)6 New Central Coal 113)4 Newjersev Central t&ji New York Central 112)6 New York New Eng 56)6 N. Y.. ssusa. & West 114 N.Y.. Susa. & West pfd 8234 N. Y.. C. J St. Louis 10)4 N. Y., C. dZ St. Louis pfd 22)4 Norfolk S Western 1)5 Norfolk & West pfd 48? Northern Pacific 27 Northern Pacific pfd 68 North west. 1119. Northwest Dfd -. "38 Oil Ceri-iucates 70)6 Ohio & Mississippi Omana 48 Omaha pfd '. 107)4 Ontario & Western 17)6 Oregon Navigation 99 Oregon Transcontinental 30?. Pacific Mail 50 Peoria. D. and Evansvilie 3)6 Pullman Car Co 146 Reading 37?6 Richmond & West Point. 4S)4 Rock Island 124)6 San Francisco 30)4 ban Francisco pfd 64 San Francisco 1st pfd Ill St. Paul 88 St. Paul pfd 117 St. Paul and M J14 St. Paul & Duiuth 58 St. Paul & Duiuth pfd 108 Texas Pacific 19 Union Pacific 5796 Wabash J4J6 Wabash pfd 2734 Western Union Tel 71H West Shore Bonds 102Js Pacific railroad bonds closed as follows: Allied 34 11 1UZ 4; 10; 22! l94 ft 68)4 111)6 709i 2694 48)4 1U8 18 99)6 80)6 50)6 8394 147 38 43)6 mi DO 113 88)6 117)6 114)6 09 108)6 30 57)6 is 28 7194 1U3 Firsts li49sall4Js wants io6 Funds Il8)4all9 Centrals 114)6all5)6 Government bonds closed as follows: U. S. New S's 100 4)6s,'91reg llOXalli 4)6s, '91 coup UOlsalli 4s. 1967. re ....12S)4al2 4s, 1907, coup 328)al28j6 Currency 6s, '95 los .. Currency 6s, '96 12894 .. Currency 6s. '97 13. ?1 .. Currency 6s, '98 134 Currencv 6s, '99 1364 Chicago Grain and Provision Market Closing quotation. Reported over Private Wire. to Edwin Btwe Jc 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 davs: Jan. 24. Jan. 25. Jan. 26. fjan 79 78 78 Wheat ( Feb 79)4 78 78 IMay 85)6 84)6 84)6 fJan 85? So. SS Corn -Feb S5J6 359s 85; IMay 4196 41)6 I Jan 12.50 18.45 12.42V. Pork Feb 12.50 12.45 12.42)6 (May 1Z.75 12 67)6 1X.43 iJan 6.52W 6.50 6.45 Lard Feb 6.52)6 . 6.50 6.47)6 I may 0.75 e.7?) s.o Local Stock Quotations. Furnished ty Bunnell Sc Scranton, BANKERS AND BROKERS, Simpson Block. 1191 STOCKS. Par. Bid. Asked New Haven County National Bank 10 13 Second National Bank 100 137 New Haven National Bank 100 156 Tradesmen's National Bank 100 150 Yale National Bank 100 118 Merchants' National Bank 50 60 Mechanics' Bank (State) 60 71 City Bank (State) 100 122 STATE AND MUNICIPAL BONDS. Due. New HavenCitySs, $20,000 per year 100 do. do. 5s 1887 1897 100 do. do. 7s (Sewerage) 1901 130 New Haven City 7s,(Sewerage) 1891 J12 do. Town 6s. (Air Line) 1889 105 do. do. do. (War Loan) 1885 100 New Haven Town Bonds.Os., Boun ty Loan 1890 105 RAILROAD BONOS AND STOCKS. New Haven and Northampton 6s, 1909 117 do. do. 7s. (old) 1899 120 do. do. do.taew) 1899 120 New Haven and Northampton 5s, 19il 104 Holyokeand Westfield 7s, (g'r't'd) 1891 105 Boston and New York Air Line 5s 1905 110 Colchester bonds, 1st m'tg'e 7s. 1907 117 Housatonic 5s, Con. lst.Mortgage. 1910 103 New Haven & Derby 1st mort 7a, 1SS8 102 New Haven and Derby 2nd inort 1899 120 New York, New Haven and Hart ford R. R. Stack ; 100 212 Naugatuck Railroad Stock 100 208 N Y. and N. England, mortgage 6s 1906 115 New York and N. England 7s 1905 125 8hore Line Railway 100 166 New Haven and Derby 100 20 Fair Haven and Westville H. RU. 25 S3 West Haven Horse Railroad 25 12 Boston & New York Air Line pref 100 100 New Haven and Northampton 100 15 Housatonic R. R. preferred 100 140 MISCKLLAlOCOCS. New Haven Electric Light 100 128 Ches. and Potomac 84 Southern New England Telephone Co 100 85 86 New York and New Jersey Tele phone Co 100 New Haven Water Co. Stock 60 86 98 116 48 75 70 98 98 480 75 Fair Haven Water Co. Bonds, 7s, New Haven Gas Co. Stock. . . . Mexican and Spanish Dollars Chili Dollars Canada Bills Halifax. Nova Scotia. Bills. 25 English Sovereigns. 480 486 Trade Dollars. . Ex-dividend. NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ORGANIZED 1845. PIRELY MtJTfJAl.. Cash Assets......... 966,864,321 33 Divisible Surplus Co.'s Standard ff,064.47S IS Tontine Surplus Co 's Standard 8,123,742 77 Total Surplus Co.'s Standard 10,188 215 90 Surplus. State N.w York 13,215,046 94 Policies in force -. 86,418 Insurance in force 259.674,500 00 Annual income 16.131.172 74 Annual premiums in force 13,517,426 08 New business written in 1885.... 68,521,452 00 All approved forms of policies written. Good agents wanted. For full information and rate, apply to office, 811 CHAPEL STREET, NEW HAVEN, CONN. A. L. GURNEY, GENERAL A CENT. VERMILYE & CO., BANKERS AMD BROKERS. Dealers In Investment Seenrities. LVos. 16 and 18 Nassau St., NEW YORK CITY. Clothing. A Record THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY MARK-DOWN CLOSING-OUT SALE WE EVER APPALLING IN EVERY Men's $20.00 Overcoats for $10.00 Men's $25.00 Overooats for 15.00 -Men's $15.00 Overcoats for 8.50 Men's $8.50 Overcoats for 5.00 Men's $12.00 Suits for , 7.80 Men's $16.00 Suits for 10.00 Men's $20.00 .Suits for 15-00 Men's $2.00 Pants for 1-25 Men's $5.00 Pants S-M) Men's $6.00 Pants for 3.50 Boys' $5.00 Overcoats for 2.50 Boys' $6.00 Overcoats for 4.00 Bojs' $10.00 Overcoats for 7.50 Boys $6.50 Suits for 5 00 Boys' $10.00 Suits for 7.50 Boys' $15.00 Overcoats for 10 00 Children's $3.00 Overcoats for 2-(30 Children's $10.00 Overcoats for 5-00 Children's $12.00 Overcoats for 7.50 Children's $5.00 Suits for 2.50 Children's $6.50 Suits for 3.50 Children's $8.50 Suits for 6 00 Children's $10.00 Suits for 6-50 For good and reliable Clothing, new and fashionable, and right in every particular, these prices have never been approached. It is a money -losing sale for us, but better this than carry the goods oyer. C. E. LONGLEY & CO. 101, 103, 105 NEW HAVEN, CONN. TALCOTT H.RUSSELL, LAW OFFICE, TttkmnvaA f mm Nn. R Tnsurarioft "Ruiltiinc to 157 Church Street, Next City Sail. rl7 1m I CHARLES S. HAMILTON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, YALE BANK BUILDING CORNER CHAPEL AND STATE 8T8 Notary Public New Haven, Cons. ap6tf E. P.ARVINE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Rooms 9 and 11, 69 Cnurcn St. .ma LEVI C. GILBERT, COAL. COAL. COAL. 89 Church St. 26 East Water St. IF YOU PURCHASE A BAR OF Allison Bro's Death on Dirt AND TJSE IT ACCORDING TO INSTRUCTIONS, YOU WILL DO AWAY WITH STEAK AND ALL THE UNWHOLESOME ODORS OF WASHING). ELASTIC HOSE Having increased our facilities for the manu facture of ELASTIC GOODS We are able to furnish without delay, made to measure of the BEST IMPORTED STOCK, FRESH FROM OUR OWN LOOMS ELASTIC STOCKiriGS, KNEE CAPS, ANKLETS, j AND WRISTLETS, &c, FOR THE SUPPORT OF Varicose Veins, Swollen XiJbbs, Weak Knees or Spralnoa Joints. WE ALSO MAKE. TI SILK ELASTIC BELT For the relief of Corpulency, and jphich is an Abdominal Supporter, is the man comfort able article of the kind ever offeiJd. Physicians and. Druggists tCpplied with any grade of the above goods ai BOTTOM PRICES. E. L. WASHBURN, 84 CHURCH STREET, 61 CE1VTER STREET, . - ' -A - New Haven, Conn. l0tMtI0. Unequalled., ORGANIZED. REDUCTIONS DEPARTMENT. CHURCH STREET, Wiisccllmizous. NEW HAVEN COMPANY, 52 ORANGE STREET. SUPERIOR, GRAND RAPIDS, iiOSlIEX, BISSEIX And other first-class CARPET SWEEPERS WINDOW SHADES Of Every Description. LACE and TURCOMAN CURTAINS In large variety. Draperies, Silks, Plushes, Fringes Etc , Etc. SMYRNA RUGS. Fine Brass, Wood and Com-. position CORNICE POLES. D fill 0C YOUNG MAN Or yonr days are numbered. Death, Lnnacy, or Par. alyaiH, of your Vital Cow era threaten yon. Pause in your coarse of secret abuse and excess. Pause and see ia the Craigie Rectal Pearls A lasting rnraof all yonr Weaknen, Drains, Bar ly Decay and Future Misery. Ken of all Afre. restored to perfect Manhood, and iniing rower. Our spendid Medical Work sent free (sealed,) Endorsed by London Doctors. CrahTle Medical CHnle, (Am. Branch) 85 Nassau Street. New York I DflCITIUF CURE without Medicine. Pot It J UJI I like ented October 16. 1878. One box will cure the mort obstinate cam In f onr nays or less. ALLAN'S Soluble Medicated Bougies. No nauseous doses of cubc-ba, copaiba or oil of sandalwood, that are certain to produce dyspepsia by destroying tie coatings of the stomach. Price $1.50. Sold by all druggists or mailed on receipt ot-pnee. or luruier particulars Bona lor circular. t P. O. Box 1,533. J. C. ALL. AX CO., CURE 83 John Street. New York au18eodtf MANLY VinflR lost throtirh tttttb or br practice, may 1m perfect ty STrf'LrL'' Civiale Urethral CRAYONS. ""nrlforournflwIllDatTBteU 'OuId to Health." Absolute aecrac. amm ia Civiale Agency, 174 rmton St., h. t. A CARD. To all who are suffering from the errors and in discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early de cay, loss of manhood, &c, I will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self -addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Ikhin, Station D, New York City. ae21eodawly. Rich a. GOLD LEAF." N. Y. Hi.ald. "Useful in .very HOME." Tbibuk.. 3ILD8 EVERYTHING, Frames, Furniture, Pa fes. Mitai. PLirriR, Srtx, 4c. Any One can mm it. A L&meiB iiuir ortun in each box. Price ! Ask for RUBY'S G4LDIN6. Ai all i.f, Hold bv A T IKAX..Ra. DsDOflun Se R-r.-mnmia Vw York CktmixU Mfg. Co., I . 44k ., X. T. WiDiot We New York, New Haven At Hart ford R.'R.. Nov. 32, 1886. TRAINS LEAVE NEW HAVEN AS FOLLOWS : FOR NEW YORK a:&B laauy except Monday), 4:ws :w.o:io,to:s,to:ow, cow -o:iv. e:ou. v:ao, 10:40, 11:50 a. m., (1:40 p. m way train to Stam ford). 1:30. 2:40. 3:50. 4:00. 5:00. 5:40. 6:15 milk train with pass, accommodation way to Harlem River. 7.00, (7:30 way te Bridgeport) 8:38, 10:15 p m., Sundays, 3:58, 4:40, 8:00 a. WASHINGTON ' NIGHT EXPRESS VIA HARLEM Ki VfclK ieaves at ii:so p. m. daily, stops ai Milford, Bridgeport. South Norwaik and Stam ford. FOR BOSTON VIA SPRING FIELD 1:02 nieht, o:wa, o:w, u:ua a. m., -i:io, 3:i, e:sp. m. rjunaavs. I msut. -d:zo I), m. FOR BOSTON VIA NEW LONDON AND PROV1 DENCE 1:30 a. m., 10:30a. m., fast express 4:00 p. m. Fast Express, Sundays 1:30 a. re. 12:25 noon. Newport Express trains "10:30 a. m.. 4:oo d. m. FOR B08TON VIA HARTFORD AND N. Y 4 N E. R. R. 2;30 a. m. dailv. 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. Sun davs 5:05 d. m. FOR HARTFORD. SPRINGFIELD AND MFRIDKTJ ETC. 1:15 upit, i:02 night, (2:S0 a. m lo nartioru,; :a-i, o:uu, Tio:a, ji:05. 12:10 noon, i:is, 3:1V, 5:07 (5:50 to Iiartfora 6:26, 8:1?, 9:45 p. m. Sundays 1:02 night, 4:35 a m.,6:26 p. m. B FOR NEW LONDON. ETC 1:30 nic-ht, 8:08. 10:30. 11:05 a. m., 4:00, 4:20, 0:18. (9:85 o in way to Guilford goes no farther.) 8undayg 12:25 noon, 1:30 night. V1AB. &N. Y. AIR LINK DIVISION for Middle town. Willimantic. Etc: Leave New Kuan tnr all stations at 8:05 a.m. ,1:25, 5:06, 6:15 p.m.Sun days,s:05 p. m. Connect at Middletown with Conn. Valley R. R., and at Willimantic with S. Y. & N. E. and N. L. & N. R. R., at TarnervtUe with Colchester Branch Trains arrive in N.w Haven at 9:16 a m., :22, 6:5S, 8:55 p. m. O. M. SHEPARD, General Superintendent. .Express trains. tLocal Express. New Haven &. JVortliampton Commencing Monday, Nov. 15, 1886. R. LiSAVB New York New Haven Plainville Arrive . New Hartford Westfield Holyoke Northampton Williamsburg South Deernel Turners Falls Shelburne Falls North Adams Williamstown Troy LiKAVX a. m. a.m. p. m. p.m. 9:00 8:00 4:30 7:15 11:04 4;00 6:26 8:15 11:55 4:50 7:18 p. m. 9:00 1:28 5:SS 8:03 8:19 18:58 5:48 8:25 9:48 1:32 6:32 9:55 1:S8 6:17 9:00 10:18 2:04 6:40 9:82 10:15 1:58 6:36 11:05 2:20 6:5S 10:41 2:22 7:00 11:30 8:10 7:45 11:500 4:?5 8:09 2:20p.m6:45 9:30 Troy Williamstown North Adams 8helburne Falls Turners Falls South Deerfleld 11:00 l:30p.m 12:36p.m 3:1 9:20 10:11 9:45 i:du 1:86 1:80 1:58 4:05 4:5 4:30 5:20 10:; Wllliamsourg Northampton Holyoke Westfield New Hartford Plainville Arrive New Haven 6:15a.m. 5:12 5:42 540 6:27 6:35 6:34 10:55 11:00 11:30 10:45 2:80 2:20 2:52 3:06 6:45 7:30 8:15 p. m. 12: 33 3:54 7:35 9:17 1:23 4:50 8: 11-45 3:30 inn m-Ml New York Parlor cars on trains leaving New Haven at 11:04 a-m- and 4:00 p- m- Returning at 9:20 a.m. and 4:05 p m. m EDWARD A. RAY, Q. T. A. S. B. OPDYKE, Jr., Supt. New 1 1 avert and Derby Railroad. Train Arrangement commencing June 14, 18E6. LEAVE NEW HAVEN At 7:00 and 9:52 a. m.. 1:20. 3:20, 5:45, 7:05 p. m. DMujuaja an ii:w p. 111. LEAVE ANSONIA At 6:35. 9:05 and 11:40 a. u.. 1 :00 3-2(1 and R-4K n- m Connection, are made at Ansonia with ruumtia trains of the Naugatuck railroad - anrl At. Km Ravpn with the principal trains of other roads centering huoro. il. a. IUUM TAUJ, OUp C New Haven, June 14, 1886. Naagratac'k Raflroaa. COMMENCING DEC. 20th, 1886. trains havt New Haven via N H. & D. B. R., connecting vith this road at 7:08 a. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passenge train for Waterbury, Litchfield and W lu sted. 9:52 a. m. Through ear for Waterbury, Watertowc, Litchfield, Winsted. 8:15 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia with passengci train for Waterbury and Watertown. 6:45 p.m. Through car for Waterbury, Watertown. Litchfield, Winsted. 7:05 p. m. Connecting at Ansonia for Waterbury. FOB NEW HA EN Trains leave Winsted: 7:13 a. m., 1:20 p. m., with through car, and at 4:38 p. m TRAINS LEAVE WATERBURY At 5:39 a. m. 8:86 a. m., through car, 10:50 a. m. 2:42 p. m. through car, 5:52 p. m. GEORGE W. BEACH Supt Brideenort. Dec. 18. WR faints, ils, Xc. J. H. Platt. C. P. Thompson, i PLAIT & THOMPSON, i INTERIOR DECORATION, ; PAINTING AND FRESCOING, 61 and 66 Orange Street, FOB. iits, Oils, Glass, C3rO THOMPSON & BELDEN, 896 fxiica. 398 DIG COURIER BUILDING. PAINTS, OILS, ETO it hi CflMltJC In white and all other de- nHLaUmint, sirable tints. BRUSHES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION SPERM WHALE LARD AND ALL KINDS OF LUBRICATING OILS Artists' Materials, Etc., AT VERY LOW PRICES. D. S. GLEOTEY & SON Nos. 270 and 373 State St. TVJT-92 PARLOR STOVES AND RANGES And a full line of Kitchen Hard ware. G. W. H A7C-.. & CO.. II Church St. Clearing-Out Sale of WINTER GOODS AT BENHAM'S GREATBARQ A!f STORE 310 ELM STREET. w wish to make a eeneral clearing out of all our Winter Stock before inventory, and in order to do it shall offer greater inducements than ever for the mvrt Thirt.v uavs. uau ana examine tne frooasand the low figures are sure to sell them. N. B -We wish to call particular attention to our "Old Ladies' Comfort," of which we have a full assortment at BENHAM'S GREAT BARGAIN STORE, 316 ELM STREET, Corner of Park street. ROBERT A. BENHAM. OEM J ef i EXHAUSTED Of Power PREMATURELY WASX D may find a perfoct and reliable cure in the Adopted by all French Physicians and being rapidly and aaoceaffnlly introduced here. All weakening loesra and drain, promptly checked. TREATISEjnylng news. ontoffloeorby mail) with afx eminent doctors FREE. CIVIALE A8ENCY, Ne. 1 74 Fulton street. New York ft Eiii! NEW HAVEN STEAMBOAT CO. Dally ror New York-Pare Mi 1?C5" Steamer CONTINENTAL. Cant. F.J. Peck, leaves New Haven 12 o'clock p.m., Sunday excepted. State rooms sold at Peck & Bishop's, and at Klock s Drug Store. Steamer ELM CITY, Captain Stevens, leaves New Haven at 16:15 a. m. Sundays excepted. rrom .new xorx -rne win i-iN&n'rALi leaves Peck Slip at 8 p. m., and the ELM CITY at 11 V- "' eunuays excepts ., Saturday vt o'clock mid night. Sunday Boat for N.York Steamer NEW HAVEN at 10:30 p. m. staterooms sold a the Elliott House. Free stage from Ins. Building a 9 p. m. Tickets sold and baggage checked thro to Philadelphia (via both routes), Baltimore an Washington. JAME8 H. WARDAgent. Startn'sNew Haven Transporta. tion Line. Every Day Except Saturday. r- . IL ' Iave New Haven, from Starin's hiiTiiir'Tr 10:15 o'clock p m The JOHN H. STABIN, Captain McAlister, every Sun day. Tuesday and Thursday. The EKASTU8 CORNING, Captain Spoor, every Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Returning, leave New York from Pier 18, foot of Courtland street, at 9pm the Starin every onday. Wednesday and Friday the Corning every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday The only Sunday night boat from New York " Fare, with berth in cabin, $1; stateroom ji. Ex cursion ticket- $1.50. Fp-e Stage leaves the depot on arrival of Hart ford train, and from corner Church and Chape streets every half hour, commencing at 8:30 o'clock iicKets ana staterooms can be purchased of the Downes News Co., 869 Chapel street, Peck & Bishop 702 Chapel street, and at the Tontine Hetel . u. at. uus klin. Agent, 3y" New Haven. Conn. REDUCTION IN RATES. AUAN ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS. froRw .tie only direct roiitf. fmm j "?! y. Ireland to 1 he New England States. Intermediate, PhSflr8,4' Foihtly sailings between Portland and Liverpool, via Halifax and London aere,.Cran. Sou to $75; intermediate, $30; steer age, J 15. Passengers leave Boston 8:30 a. m. train o n day of sail.ng Apply to H. & A. ALLAN, Agents, r?Cha 1 t BUNNELL & SCRANTON, 732 and fgHsczllcmeons. DR. JOHN L LYOfI, NO. 49 CHURCH STREET, The well known and reliable Botanic and Eclectic Physician Room II, Hoadley Building 4 Side Entrance 123 Crown Street. (Opposite the Po.toffice.) Office so arranged that patients see no oue bu the doctor. Who has practiced medicine in this city since 1RM can be consulted at his office. Dr. Lyon's success in the treatment of all dig eases has been marvelous and his fame has spread thronghout the length and breadth of the United States. Being opposed to all mineral and poisonous drugs, he has selected choice and potent remedial a from the vegetable kingdom only, and with val uable roots, barks and herbs is prepared to CURE the most stubborn and in tractive 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 has 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 im" roved 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 ho is competent to treat all those diseases and eff ict permanent cures in the shortest possible time. TO MALES Who are suffering from the errors of youth, los t manhood, etc., and find themselves weakened and debilitated, and also those suffering from venerea 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 SEND FOR SOME WORTHLESS MEDICINES which not Only FAIL OF AF FORDING THR RELIEF DESIRED, 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 torbcea. Seminal Weakness and all Diseases of the Generative OVgans 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 curt! for Dumb Ague, Chills and Fever and ai. 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 casewil be sent to your address, or any address you desire by express in packages secure from observation. Consultation, advice and mediciue given fcr on e dollar or more, according to the severity and n a ture of the case. Office hours, 9 a. m. to 9 p.m. Open Sunday evenings. - J. L. LYON, NEW HAVEN, CONN IIYEFTeTfcS! JOHS E. EAllLE, No. 868 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn Gives h leersonal attention to procuring Patents for Inventors. liVTrTTT UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES' A practice of mors than thirtv vrars. and fvw ?iuent visits to the Patent Office has given him a amiiiarity with every deoartment of, and mode of proceeding at, the Patent Office, which, together with the fact that he now visits w&ahinp-tnn ami. monthly to i?ive his nerAonal artnnHnn t tha int. sts of hia chants, warrants him in the assertion that o office in this country is able to offer the same facilities to Inventors in securing their inventions by Letter Patent and particularly to those whose puiiuui ioiir utLve wn i-ejectea an examination of which he will make free of charge. Preliminary examinatien, prior to application for paten' made at Patent Office, at a smjH. charge. His facilities for procuring Patents in Foreign Countries are unequal d. fceiers w more inan one unousana Clients for whom he has procured Letters Patenr iyl8d&w Perfection in Buffer - i-... -wv... uio iiavor or btrlotlv fresh made Pure Cream Butter. "" Granulated Cream Rnii. as taken from the churn may be seen every day at ihe Creamery, auu see our methods 1,098 CHAPEL STREET, ia. w. linjurcuWAY & SON. tihVMlh CIGARS. Fresh lmnortatinna medium and fancy grades. New crop tobacco. KDW. K. HALL ft SON 770 Chapel Street. Lvv' : - i x5 - yCr - "v -'lit'