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7 17 uTi-iriWfrrimirrtM.-i "DOT VAS PISNESS." 7 I f r a ili r r - r .v -f f v s T'"' r rfl."";-'::- T' . - f ROYAL ."St NJ Absolutely Pure - TttU powder never varies. A marvel of parity, . - . . t i SIMBirtD ana wnoieaoinenesa. more eauiviuiuu iuuu B .. 1 I I 1 1 la tte omiQary Kinns, ana uluiiui w suiu m wiuiku tion with the multitude of low test, short weight, al n or phosphate powders. Sold only in cant. . . Hot ai. B Aartxa Powbbh Co , 106 Wali-st.. N. T. IFOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF CONSTIPATION. w .tVM (aaus nHmlimt tt thin aoiui. l- At. - And via mrlv ItAH avwsUM tltfc mm. this vemftdy will o-mroom it I jlaampUosted wtMWmrttptlu Xidmey-Wortl lleazea all kinds of POaa tmwlua pbyxusians i Ana iimhii ww wmm.v i PRICC SI. I USE I Druggists Sell I IfjIlfyll gEALD, THE DRUGGIST, PATJENT MEIICINES,allkiudK v JDBUGS and CHEMICALS, TOILET ABTICL.ES.: FANCY ARTICELS, 12 Ijlli FAMILY DYES, PUKE POTASH. I .-v . -r -v -.... - t " EVERYTHING LN THE LINK 4 OF A . FIRST -CLASS DRU(i STOKE. PRESCRIPTIONS Compounded with care. w.d.heald; BAKEJt'S NEW BLOCS. STAFFORD SPRINGS, Conn. rpHE C JR. A. WFO Tt JL Oven Range. Tbe Best Family Cooling Apparatus Mafic. WHY THE BEST? Because meats can be Mre Perfectly Caekwl than In any other range or store, and, at the same time, paddings, pies, fcc, are being cooked n the lower or pastry oven, and withont addit'onal fool aa advantage no good housekeeper will fall to recognize, as the cook is thereby enabled to provide a JLrst-cIasa dlnnner, and Is not obliged to wait until tbe meat Is cooked before proceeding to bake other and necessary articles of food. With this range the cook la enabled to Bate ITIeMta without being; ukjectett to tb Intenke beat of tbe vest. The Castings are very heavy, and are made of the ' BEST AMERICAN PIG IBAN, W be glad of the privilege of more f nlly ex plaining the conveuiences and improvements em bodied U this range, at our store.: : ! : tii'-a Tot sale by r JACOB GLOVER, - Stafford Hallow, Cnn v jy0 N UME NIC'A JL ;W UltKH 'of V-.h. cook a. co., p.o. n&xaio. . nennmenta. Tablet and very dexrHption olOeuelorr Wvrit. fmporteri-ot Ncolcb " KBltb Uraaitek, ' Hanntactotars no ieairir. an varletie. at Helibel ana UnpAlUbed Amerbeao and Fore tarn ' liraaile. - Italian -- ajid A m.nr.n Marble. Work sent to nv nart nf th pnnntn Ordera by mall promptly attended to. DWgn and esr.imafeHfnrnishpd on jtnnlif.rinn. Ve desire to express our thankfor tbflibera patronage which we have reeeivod.and wonldre epectfnlly olicit a .ntinaancel the same, which ere awwifvcvvrvuuiuiw Doile Volume 25. Tkmpkbanck Editobiaii. ."We aie not in favwr of th repeal of , the i temperaace law, wrote aa Arkansaw editor. "I'Every enactment that tends : to keep whu-key from men is a legitilative blessing. Any man with healthy temperament can defy this evil, but the law is made for, the pro tection of the weak. It is with a manly pride that we can Bhake our fitr at the monster and ? ; y - ,.Y; fl; .- j ?Sty,ColneI," called a friend, open ing the door, J'woa't joa go down and take something ?" . 'I.don'-t care," and the reformer ' pnt on his coat and went , out. About two hours later, when he returned, he was so drunk that it was wiih difficulty he could nud where he left on. ifmally he contin ued : " 1 :. . . . "At the head of the monster and say at the head ef the monster and say that tbe general assembly of the state of the atate general asHembly and do nothing wiser than by allowing the law to remain as it uow remains to be remain. This, we think, is the wisest view of a question whose lunnencf would influence brmgs t Mtate before tbe public ax a state of so biiety sobriety I; Arkansas Traveler. The Pennsylvania town of Wilkesbarre fairly rivals Chicken Little in the uuraery ntfry. which reported the sky tumbling lown when a feather fell on its tail. Al t r all the panio about the snrfaca of the earth in a part of the town settling sever -il feet from ih caving in of a mine un derneath and the tales of mined buildings ut fleeing people, comes careful exam iuation and truth. Tbe ground settled 14 inane at most, and the damage amounted to 11. Bnrliagton Fm Pres : An exchnnee heads ao item, 'Pi otand- on tbe elevate" roads. If it in the venerable rHturaot pi we don't wonder that it stands, bat we pitj the next train that comes along. Self denial : Tryii g to prove an alibi. ,. -, . . . ; . ... - niT parents who allow their childrun to grow np witnsorofalons humors bnrwtiag fiorxi evry pore are puilty of a great wrong. Tbink nf them pointed out s branded witb a lotb aotne nipeane, aad you will readily proenre tnum toe uoncnra Jienjedias. Qood for a boil : The tehkettle. BiAtTTiy tTi, Women Mr-made pi Hid and nn- attrnctiv by functional irregularities, which Dr. Pie rce's 'Fxv-'rite PresonpuoH" will in fallibly enre. Thousands of testimonials. By drdfgiets. . : , . i - - - w -- " B"Scwabe of AwiNDiiEBs We have expos d 'during tbe last year, muny, swindlers who dvertie n der" tbe nme of 'm-4ioine,' vile compound which only increaRo human . suf faring. To all woo need.a pm mdieiiiG nnd blood purifier, we on honestly recom mend Rnlphnr Rittra Editor Sun TNA, PHGENIX, CONTINENTAL and h MIDDLESEX CO'S. nprvieitti by W---- W. H. SPEDDING, . Saceessor to J. F. Charaberlln, Fire Insurance Agent, The Strongest American and Tpgimi Companies represented. A Share of business respectfully solicit ed. Office In Savings Bank of Stafford Springs OYSTERS! OYSTERS! OYSTERS. FRESH EVERY DAT, and WARRANTED. Liberal Discount to Dealers, and those who wish to bny in quantities for Festival. &c. Fine Goods for those who widh. NORWALKS aid MEW LONDOX NATIVES . At the Lowest Market price. FISH OF ALL KINDS IN THEIR SEASON. Also the best brands of . t. Canned Goods. X4LHOV, R4HDIiEia -' LOBSTERS. CL.A1TKI, 8VCCOTA8B, Chowder, &c. Also CICAftS and TOBACCO. ALL80RDEK8 PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, AND ALL GOODS WARRANTED. V. M. BLAISnELL, a-AT THE OLD MARKET CAMS for eale. " GROCERIES A.t cuandler'h: SPICES of ALL KINDS. New Jt&isins, From 12n. to 20o. nnr Ih. FRESH GROUND BUCK W H EAT.: i W Am.. PBKPAKEO BUCKWHKAT. Rok Maplei Synin at 1 Per Gal. Sugar HouHe 7Sc. Bent Jav and Maraoaibo COFFEE ground to ord. r ; ... tj ' NEW CANNED GOODS. Peifsbas, Pio Appln, TomttOHH, stagar Corn, He-ma, f88, and canned meats of all kinda. BEST QUVUTY OF - - HAXALL and ST. LOUIS Alwv on hand a , ' rVKDER OF NOTICE. -Maxillien L"Kh' vs. Ernestine Loshe. ' State of Connecticut. Tolland County, bs.. Tolland. March 13th, A. D. 1883. : TTDOn tbe comolaint of .the said Maxillien Toshe. nrayine for reasons therein set fcrh for a divorce. now pending before the Superior Court In and for Touana county, to De neia on tne xna xuesaay ot April, A 1. 188S r ' r -:-f s, ' .. It appearing to, and beinz fonnd by the subscribing authority that the said defendant is residing: ont of the state of Connecticut, and is gone to putts un known. Therefore ordered, that notice of the pen dency of said complaint be given by publishing this order in the Tolland County JPressA newspaper print ed in Stafford, three weeks saceessively, commenc- ing on or Detore the xxa aay oi .narcn, a r . itmts. ERWIN O DIMOCK. Clerk of the Superior Court for Tolland County n i vrf x?1? '-'fTRFn with- V y 1 I J IX on Knife or Pain. t By J. M. COMINS, M. D., 845 Lexington ii I t 1 31- Stafford Springs, Oona;, Thursday, March 29, 1883. 'The instant one see- a .man . wearin, diamonds." save a writer in a San Fran-j Cisco DaDer. the mind naturally om- mendea lo deoide whether, the .fltbnes M fi'e; "bought from the proceeds of oil, railway. bonds, vocalism or a, iucKy, gamoie th catAh. The associations are invaria-i bly of a quasi, illegitimate character. Bnk cashiers look upon diamond wearers with great suspicion.aa hign-tonea cracus- mmfldenca men of all kinds are notorious for the size and; number of their gems, in which direction they are only eieelled bv DODular "opera-bonffe act- rcHsan who m their turn, cad lead, the world of women with the single exception of a handful of titled ladies who possess splendid heirlooms." Tm Hon BmiiA Flinx. Life Senator of toe D .mmion Pir am -at, Baileville, Ontario nnad. writH: . "I tried St. Jacobs Oil for unx iu mv f-oe and tootnache. It acted like a nharni i A few times rabhina with it took awy all aor. nesH and pain ; fir better thn having them drawn at the age of seventy-sev en.". ' ' Philad-lphit News: OaxHioa Clay-at tribntei HUBntrokea to the desti notion of for. eta. CaMsius is -bout right. Cutting down tree- and uxfuglbe timber to 'build BalootiB often baa that effect Dr. Pierot-'s "Pa lets' lntle liver pills (an ear coated) purify the blood, speiiily flol rect all disorders of the liver, stomach, and bowels. By dniKgiw'B Philadelphia Press; The spe tcle of governor laying uside bia official duties to de. f' nd liquor dealers or other law breakers is hardly appropriate to anybody but OoV,r But ler of IIassaohusetts. There is hardly an adult person living but is sometimes troubled with kidney difficulty, which is tbe most prolific and dangerous cause of all disease 'There is no sort of need to hnve anv form of kidney or urinary trouble if Hop Bitters is taken occasion ally. The onrea wrought by Potaska are unpar alibied. In curing , throat disorders it sur paases tbe best work of medical science. Farmers and others desiring a genteel, lucrative agenoy business, by which $5 to $20 a day cn. be' earned,' send addren at once, on postal, to H O. Wilkinson & Co.. 195 and 197 Fnlton-st.. Nw York. 15d6ui The throut of VeHuvms itself would open wider to got Potaakt. It is the great remedy for all ff-etions of tbe throat. - , Z't- J)EVOE'S 1st. Is absolutely safe. 2d. Gives a powerful brilliant white light. 3d. Does not smoke, zLnorsm . the wick. 4th. Is the most eco nomical oil, because it ffives the most light in proportion to its price. For Sale T3y LFON & CHAPMAN, Westford. MRS. L O'HOLLORAN, Stafford Spring. J. E. PASCO - - Stafford Hollow. A. tg. EATON, - - rstaffordville. P. A. KOYCE, - Wales. Mass. MOSES JL. DIMOCK, Willington. J. P. ROOT, - - Tolland. NOUCKOSS BROS., - Monson. Ei. BUCK aM CO , Wholesale Agents, STAFFORD SPRINGS, Conn. C. N. STIMPSON.. Has the Largest Assortment of differont makes of PPP A ' ' AA A A P P PPP P II n n ,ii NN N N N N N NN N NN bo 8 8 oo . 8sss9 . sssss lA .A P -AND- oo o o o o o o oo . ERR R R RRR R- R R R OGO ' O O O O OO GOO NN N BBSSS 8S8S9 SSSSS NN N A A N N N N N A Of any Dealer in New England. . ij 2 T 4, n amber'arf A, PIANOH Among the s Knaba, Stemway & Sons, Henry F. Mlllerj - t : Hardman, Wm. . Woodward & Brown, Ernest Gabler, Guild, Church & Co.. Behning & Nona, Marshall & Wendall, , Peeley, Norrls & Co., Vose & tons, . Albrecht, , N. T. Piano Co. OROANX: ' Smith American, . Geo. Woods & Co., Sterling,; .j Jthaca. , finld for Cunt! or on easv monthly installments at Lowest Possible Prices copsistent with the quality of he goods. Prices of JVe w Pianos f rem iiitf upwards. ' Mew OrgansTrem $50 upwards.., Ail mvuia vnnranteed hv the makers. for five years also warranted to be as repsesented, or money re. fnnded. -V v r.. J- f r" ,, ;:. . .. , r-; STTialng and Repairing by Skilled Work men a Specialty. .,, , r . i .Vi.r. . S r- Pbinciple Waeebooms : u J i V f ". ,. " 396 Main Street, . HIiFlIiyCrF,IETli Bbancb Warekooms Oentral ' Hall, NORTH AVPTON; 65 Dwight-st., HOLTOKB; Piano Leg Factory, WE8TFIKLD. - 5 .. .... - . - 7 Call for' the CHORD INDEX, s new invention, by which singers can play their own accompaniments Brilliant Oil fWW baU an 4ur' practice ' WMttrf 7 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. -? . 7M. A. KLNO.? Attorney and Conn- sellor at Law. - Room No. ?, Rockwell's Block. LB. KICHABUMM.nI., Office . at residenceieoraer High-ay. and Figk-ave. . UMl'l'H, Ueniwt. nnrren's Biock. Best work at "usual priori Chloroform, Gas and Kther KdmiulBtered for painless extraction of teeth It If HiKh. 0k,)i;iiestnnt, Ueuj lock and Pine Lninber; sawed to order. Shin gles for sale. Mill three mil s from tne springs H K AN E.-i Mnuf acturet of; nd .dealer in Harneasas, Eobes, Bells, Fancy Lap Kolxes, Whips, Trnnka, Fancy Mate, etci J. W. CHAN ItKKit, Itiauranoe and Real Ustate Ageneyi StafEof Springs, with Wm. i & Co., Notary Public. ;. " Smith o j. KATON At-owiy and OoniiHulor H, at Law.StaffordSprlngs. Office inNat'lB'k Block. 1-S PU FPU ! OurorjBC Bout aurt rtnoe li. Maker and Repairer. Tntfbest of workmen and the best of stock. Centraljlall Block, Htattora springs. 3lfM. a. COM I NS;.' : Horsa ttnd Ox Repairina; Zg ana. .airer of afl styles .UUI. W " . . . of Waifons. Sont.h-at., atanoraepringB. II. KOKKY, HiandT'lutier and Deal Residence, East KJu er Main-st.. in Pianos and Organa. AGENOY .i ToUsiid iloHiity mutu al Fire Ins. Co. at W. CHANDLER'S office, -with Wm. Smith co.,rairora BpnngSi T, S.CLARKlVi5D. Kock well's Block, V Room No. 2. Offlm honrs 2 to 5. 7 to 9. n. m. Calls by telephone promptly attended to. MIC. OKINWOMV DMitist.268 Main-st, Hartford, Conn., visits Stafford Springs every three -months.- f t ' - .'' - iNOTlce given ocrwr tsucu viv i x icbo. Artificial teeth, $5 ; the best, $10. C. TIFFANX, - t (Formerly with Dr; L. G. Chapman of Hartford,) RecKWiix's Bwick, (Room 2), Statpoed Springs. Snruical and Mechanical Dentistry performed in- first-class manner, at reasonable rates. - - - Nitrons Oxide Gas and Ether given for the painless extraction of teeth. - '., .1 r JTAFFORO National Bank. - 3 . - R. S.BEEBE, , i ? President. . R: S. HJCJCS. ' i ' - ' ' Cashier. OoTemmen t Bond of all clases bought and sold, W market rates. :ut it- Highest prices paid for COHpans.. , - Draf t for sale on all parts of Europe and Canada. gTAPFOBJO RAVINGS BANK.. Office in starroro national sanx. j A ,t PRESIDENT, L. W. CRANE. VICE PRESIDE, ;KB& . ' Directors. E. C. Phiney. -T -Davis A. Baker, G. Hall, Jr., D. F. Fairman, Geo. C. Parkess, S. C. Eaton. -; - R. S. HICKS. u. K. wiiiton, J.J. Ellis, , Seoretart and Treabitber, Deposits commence drawing interest on the 1st day of each month. Interest computed semi-annually. SAVINGS BANKof STAFFORI . Located. In Warren's blofk. Dnpositswill draw Interest from the 1st of each month. Compounded semi-annnally A. HO WA U D, Treatnrer. ' PRESIDENT - ' CHARLES WARREN. f - n'.u . (ItOBBrNS PATTEN.1' ? ncEBSIDENjfS.;MTH W. PAGE. - CTA. V J. Walker. Lnman Orcntt. DmECTORsjMnnV Andrew Whiton. Lncius Blodgett, laeneca jj( . rage. ; - Seo't ant) Tbeas'b- ALVARADO HOWAKD. STATEMENT of tt. Condition of tbe O STAFFORD SAV1R.! KAKK.tt Stafford Springs. Conn.. (Office in Stafford National Bank,) January isi. i3. RESOURCES: , Bills Rficeivable ...$331,028 24 . Bank Stocks and Bondsi, 85,45100 , Due from Stafford Nat'l Bank,.. . 19,243 63 Cash on hand.., 4,929 68 5440,658 43 LIABILITIES: Deposits $426,300 59 Nnrnlus 8,500 00 Interest 10,851 84 1440,658 4S :' Examined and found) D. F. FAIRMAN, correct I G. C. PARKESS. TY iVXTJTUAll, OF TOLLAWO, CONN. PRESIDENT, TREASURER, LUCIUS 8. FULLER. -E. S. HENRY. DIRECTORS. C. Underwood, L S. Fuller. ' ' . . John B. Fuller, . J , Alvarado Howard, Gurley Phelps, R. C. Osborn, MarcnB Lillie, ' William Hoiman, Henry McCray, Channcey Paul, A. B. Adams, : Wm. H. Yeomans, K. S. Henry, B. B. Crane, Solyman Taylor, tieo. JT. men,. - - Kamuna josiyn. SECRETARY, - JOHN B. FULLER. Over 54 Year of Rucceskfnl Bnnineui. No Asemenl has ever been made on the Premium Llenk. S,x PER CENT. BONDS SECURED BY First Mortgage Upon; Keal , Estate. ' PRINCIPAL. AND INTEEEST'abe GUAB ANTEED and will be paid at maturity BY THE Middlesex Banking Co., OF MIDDLETOWN, CQNNj jxi" O FFICE R S and DIR ECTCRS.: ' Proaldent Robert N. Jackson. Vice-Presidents C E.Jackson, M. E. Vinton. ,' Secretary D. T. Haines. , ' - : BENJ nOUOLAD,' J. J O0CHA, RDS8EL FKISBIE. J. F.'C1IA9IUEIII.IN Stafford. Kpr'g;. AGENT. - F. N.jCRANES. ' BLANKETS aM SLEDS At Reduced Price.. Look at my , . r,, ; , , Harness, ; , ' Trunks, Bags, &c. , v - - Before baying elsewhere, . . Yon will find O. F. MIJI.LIS with me for the next year. .. . v ... . -Anything In my line supplied at short notice, and prices tat.sfuctory. - . Bnnker Hill HARNESS OIL. , F. N. CRANE. ; Q.EO..W. GLYNN, i ' '' PEALEB IN i. COFFINS, CASKETS, AidGevnetral Undetrtakeirs Supplies . First doorwest of L. A. HALL'S Store, - f Firelnsurance Comp y - - ' I . . A PtrHE, wholesome distillation of witch hnzel, American pine, Canada fir, marigold, olover blossoms, etc , fragrant with the heal ing essences of balsam and " pine. Such is Sanford's Badical Cure for Catarrh. Com plete treatment for $1. . , ? - rii , . . A nest of adders were Unearthed by a farm er near Long Branch. For fear they would multiply, he substracted some and divided the remainder into frac ions, CS'Twenty-foar beautiful colors of tbe Di amond Dyes, for Silk, Wool, Cotton, feo., 10 ots. A child can use with perfect success. If you want to economize don't write any letters until the 1st of October, Then yon oho save a cent apiece on them. - ' - . - ; When you don't just know what ails you ; wb .n you feel aches and pains all over ; wbtn yo feel tired and faint, use Brown s Iron Bitters. A wonderfnl reviver. Mrs. I. H., writes 8. . Livingstone, of Contoocok. N. '! have used your Wheat Bit- ters and highly recommend thm to all." Vew London Aerthern Railread. . Time Table. . , GOING NORTH. New London, ' Norwich, . . Willimantic, South Coventry, Eagleville Mansfield, Merrow a. m.. , 5.00 6.81 6.09 . 6.18, 6.24 6.27, 6.31 a. mH 8.00 8.35 9.16 .9.26 . 9.80 i 9.84 , 9.39 9.44 9.48 10.00 10.24 , p.m. '- 5.48 : 3.24 4.05 , 4.14 ' 4.18 - 4.23 - 4.2T 4.32 - 4.86 ,4.49 ' 5.16 6.25 6.18 6.53 South W'illington 6.86 Tolland and Willihgton; B.40 Stafford Springs, 6.54 monson, Palmer, arrive " leave -Belchertown, ' " ' Amherst Millers Falls Brattleboro, arrive GOING SOUTH. Brattleboro, Millers Falls Amherst, . t Belchertown, Palmer . T.21 7.30 8.10 8.88 9.00 9.38 10.26 10.33 1.35pm 2.25 3.29 . 4.22 7.08-,-7.87 8.00 9.23 10.11 a m. a. m. a. m. 10.00 11.35 12.15 12.35 1.45 1.65 2.25 2.39 2.44 ' 2.50 28 ,8.02 - 3.08 3.30 4.10 4.42 p. m. 4.20 6.09 6.60 7.13 7.40 ' 3.30 4.30 5.16 ' 6.41 8.20 8.30 8.59 9.13 9.18 9.23 9.34 9.89 9.44 -10.25 11.06 7.15 7.25 7.52 8.05 8.10 8.15 M on son Stafford Springs, Tol'dandWillington, wonth WiLington Merrow Mansfield, Eagleville . i South Coventry, - Willimantic, 8.10 Norwich, - 8.56 NewLondon, (arrive) 9.80 8.21 ; 8.26 8.30 8.48 9.25 9.55 11.38 M K. MOBAN,.T. A. G. W.Bentlet, Sup't. New London, Conn., Feb, 18, 1883 Boston and Albany Railroad. Time Table. GOING WEST. ' L've Boston 6 00 a in 7 00 ' 8 30 1100 3 00 p m 430 Worc'tr Palmer Springf 'd Ar.Alb'ay 9 00 a m 12 66 p m 1115 - -- '- 6 33am 8 09 a m 9 0 ; 10 38 - 9 50 11 04 1213pm 124pm 420 534 4 25 5 57 5 36 6 3T 7 30 8 48 11 40 155pm 6 35 0 80 " 7 00 9 30 2 50 5 50 10 15 6 00 . 10 30 1 05 a m 12 00 123am 154am GOING EAST. Lv.Alb'ny.Lv.Sp'g'd Lv.Palm'r Lv.W'r.Ar.Boston. s 4" p in 8 is a m 2 15 a m 6 05 a m 3 45 a m 5 00am- 6 25 a in 6 36 a m 8 00 a m 9 30 1 23 p m 2 50 6 00 6 08 8 25 9 41 . 9 20 a m 11 00 , 2 65 p m 4 10 610 7 68 . 9 45 ? 10 45 T15am 7 48 am 1145 6 55 9 30 11 10 100pm 8 22 , 4 00 6 85 a is 130 pm 348 4 33 7 05 ,8 39 2 45 p:m Express trains. " . ' ' VfW York and New England C. R, Time Table., In effect Feb. 18, 1883. . Conn. standard,orN.Y.time, 'J .' Going East. " - r' ueave a. m. a. m a. m, p. m. 1 2 58 3.37 4.28 p.m 4.43 8.03 8 40 9.28 Newburg Waterbury ' ' .... Bristol Hartford : ? .53.48 Willimantic 114 43 6.13 Putnam 15.43 7 16 Boston (arrive) 7.43 9.68 . a.m . a.m. p.m. p.m. Going West. Leave a. m. a.m. a. m. . 848 10 36 11.18 12.33 1.17 1 53 '.4.58 p. m. 1.88 3.56 4.38 5.53 700 . . 7.43 p.m. 8.18 6.53 6.48 8.03 9.03 Ji.m. 6.18 18.28 H9.1S 110.10 Boston 4... Putnam "' Willimantic .... Hartford , 6.33 Bristol '- 7.20 Waterbury 7 58 Newburg (ar) 11.08 a.m. 8.03 9.05 10 43 11 88 12.13 a.m. p.m. p.m, p.m. p.m. Additional trains leave Hartford for Bristol 8.30 a. m., 3.48 p.m. Return 5.48, 11.13 a. m., and 4.53 p. m. Hartford for Rockville 6 33, 8 58, 11.53 a. m,, 4.43 7.28 p. m. Rockville for Hartford 7.28, 9.23, a. m. 12.58, 5.03, 6 33, 7,08 p.m. . Willimantic and Peovidknce. " ; . Willimantic for Providence 10 53 a.m., 3.23 p. m. Providence for Willimantic 8 48 a. m., 4.08 p. m. S. M. Fblton Jb . Gen. Mannger. IDaily - A. Y Kendall, Gen. Pass. Agt. The Bad and Worthless are never imitated or counterfeited.? This is especially true "of a fmily medicine, and it is positive proof that the remedy imitated is of the highest .value. As soon as it hud been tested and proved by the whole world that Hop Bitters was tbe purest, best andJmoBtJJvaluable family med icine on earth, many imitations sprang up and began to steal the notices in which tbe press and people of the country had express ed the merits of H. B , and in every -way. try in? to induce suffering invalids to use their stuff instead, expecting : to make money on the credit and good , name of H. B. Miny others started nostrums put up in similar style to H B., with variously devised:'names in which the word "Hop" or Hops" were used in a way to indnoe people to believe' they were tbe same as Hop Bitters. All snob pre tended remedies or cures, no matter what their style or ."name is, and- especially . those with the word "Hop" or "Hops" in their name or in any way connected with them or their name,' are iniititions or counterfeits. Beware of them.-' Touch none of them. ,TJse nothing but genuine Bop : Bitters, with a bunch or cluster of green Hops on the white label. ' Trust nothing else. Druggists and dealers are warned against dealing in imita tions or counterfeits, s 1 - i . A Eemedt Wobth Tbyinq We give our readers a remedy : for coughs, colds, asthma and all lung troubles. Much care has been taken to find out tbe genuine worth of this Old recipe, and it is presented with entire oorfidence ss to its'effloiovk It: may not be out of place to remark that this method of ..treating such troubles was first inaugurated in certain parts of the state as far back as 1825. r It will positively re lieve and enre all cases whether of long standing or recent starting. A gentleman who was amictea witb Asthma so badly that he had been unable to sleep in 4 reclining posture for three years,, tried it. and was so much benefitted by that he continned its use till he had taken 12 or 15. bottles, when he declared him self completely cured..- This remedy is called the American Couerh Drops,and may be had of spy Drug, gist at 85 cents a bottle. Non a confection or a lozenge, bnt a liquid. ( KaIloobine will render hair that is wirey and harsh, beautifully soft and silky. Price 50, cents CROSSkTHE ATLANTIC T LOWEST KATES, BEST QUARTERS. ' Passage tickets for sale by the WHITE Sl'AB, iJf v I STATE, . lATl6NAli ---; .-" . and all Leading Lines. Information cheerfully given. Drafts issued payable anywhere in Great Britain or on the continent. 'Apply-In--'-.-.".!; tfttTl V.I-V-K :. ALVARADO HOWARD. , at the Havihos Bank, ". - v.WAnBJM'sitfex, : Stafford Springs, Conn., April 8. 1880. Vfnmm Rnne Decorated Tea French china old Hand Tea Nu. 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Ho oan not come with cheerful brow, ' And step of conscious pride ; He will not hear the tributes now That fall on every side ; ' And when we tell him how his rich Sad strains our hearts have sought, He oan not tell the price at whioh . The yearning words were bought ! And silently this man must coma Unto the waiting throng Who gave a trumpet voice to Home, And thrilled the world with song 1 He wandered o'er the dreary earth, Forgotten and alone : He who could teach Home's matohlesi worth Ne'er had one of his own. 'Neath winter's cloud and summer's sun, ' ' Along the hilly road, . Ho bore his great heart, and had none To help him with the load ; And wheresoever in his round He went with weary tread. His sweet pathetic song he found Had floated on ahead ! - He heard the melodies it made ' Come pealing o'er and o'er, From royal music bands that played Before the palace door ; He heard its gentle tones of lovo From many a cottage creep, When tender crooning mothers strove To sing their babes to sleep ; And wheresoe'er true love hid birth This thrilling song had flown ; But be who taught Home's matchless worth ' Had no home of his own ! Tbe banishment was overlong, But it will soon be past ; . The man who wrote Home's sweetest song Shall have a home at last ! '' And he shall rest where laurels wave And fragrant grasses twine ; His sweetly kept and honored grave Shall be a sacred shrine. And pilgrims witb glad eyes grown dim Will fondly bend above Tbe man who sang the triumph hymn Of earth's diviuest love. UEX. LYOA'S KKMiiaS. A CONTRADICTION - OF ,THK REPORT THAT THEY WERE MUTILATED. Of late -the charge that the body of Gen. Lyon was treated with indignity by the confederates at Oak Hill has been re newed in communications to tbe newspapers,- to the great indignation of the men who, wearing the gray, had the fortune to meet that gallant officer in battle. One of these, new a prominent and respected citizen of St. Louis, sends a communica tion to a paper of that city calling on Maj. C. C. Rainwater, as an eye-witnesses when the body was found, and as one of the party which escorted it to Springfield, to refute the slander. A reported called on Maj. Rainwater and induced him to go over again the exciting events of that ex citing time. V"A8 to the treatment of (Jen. Lyon's body,'' said he, "there can be'only one trne story, and I will give my recolleotion of it with pleasure. The bat tle of Oak Hill as the confederates called it ; of Wilson's creek, as it was named bv the federals, and aa j believe it was gen erally i known in the histories occurred on the 10th of August, 1861. Until a few day? before that I had been a lieutenant in the Warsaw Grays, Capt. O'Kane's com pany, which figured in the bloody fight at Cole camp. I had just been made a cap tain in (Jen. Weightman s brigade. When the attack had fairly opened I led the Warsaw Grays to re-enforce Capt. Cock erel!, who was trying to lead his company up tne tjanK ei the creek to attack the federals on the other side. He was in front waving a horse pistol and yelling for the men to follow; Time and a&rain he led them up, but, as they reached the top of the low bank, they were exposed to a fearful fire of musketry from the fed erals who ' had taken up position on the other side, and time and agaiu they fell back. They followed him finally, how aver, in spite of, the fire, getting up the bank some way, I don't know how. The creek at that point is very crooked, and in some of its meanderings is not more than 2UO yards from Bloody' Hill, where the fiercest fight of the day occurred. It was about the middle of the afternoon. , I was searching on the hill among the dead and wounded looking for jny own friends. Near the crest, where the federals made their last stand, I saw a dapple gray horse dead, which a federal soldier said was Gen. Lyon s, and 30 or 40 feet away the general's body was found. He had been killed in the last charge, and many recog nized the dapple gray horse as that ridden by the officer who had been everywhere up ana aown tne una rallying the men. He was shot, through the body, I believe, twice, though I ' did not examine the wounds. His dress I recollect well. He wore a suit af citizen's clothing, complete, except the coat, which was gray with dust and age. The only insignia of rank was a small gold cord around his hat. . His hair was iron gray, and he wore iron gray ehin whiskers and mustache. No indig nity whatever was offered to the body, for the confederates treated it with the re spect due to a man who had fought hard and died bravely. - His olothing ;was not touched, but I saw some of the man cut ting hairs frpm the mane and tail of his horse and putting them in their hats., A guard was placed around the body, and it was removed to a' tent hear Gen. Rains' headquarters pu Wilson's creek. Gen. Price issued an Order, and a detail of men was placed over it. The next day it was removed to Springfield, a few miles away, under aseort, and as during, the first years af the war discipline was lax, every nan doing as ha pleased to a great extent, I fell in with the flag of truce party whioh went with it.. My reoblleotions is that we met a federal flag of truce, and that the party with it took aharga of the ambu 1 tnee containing: the remains. At SDrincr- field the body was placed in a store on the public square, and that is the last I know of it personally, thougff 'I was told that Mrs. John's.'' Phelps sent for itj and that it i was buried in Got. Phelps' yard. I do not recollect who was in command af Our asoort, but I believe it was Maj.-Gon Elgin of i Gen: Price's staff, f I; was 'in many battiest after, that, -but I never saw qne so; -desperate and bloody as Oak Hill was wnue it lasted. Many who, never ooorolain are5 ftevrUilesR seriously ill. Use Brown's Iron Bitten and there wHl be no oansa tof tforupfaint. - "Herman," aaid a Chicago merchant- clothier,' addressing his clerk, "haf ye sole all of dose oyergoats vat vas left over from last vinter ?" " "No, sir ; dera vas dree of dem left yet" "Veil, re must sell 'm right avay. rnng mo out one nf da goats, and 1 Till show yon somedings apout pis- ness. X vul dell you how ve vill sell dam oud, und you must learn de pisnass, Her man. U6 vinter vas crone, you kuow. und ve haf had dose goats in de etoie mora as saex years." An eight-dollar overooat was handed to him by his clerk, and, smooth ing it out, he took a buckskin money- purse from the showcase, and, stuffing it full of paper, dropped it into one of the pockets. ".Now, Herman, my pcy." ha continued, "vatch me' sell dat goat. I haf sold over dirty-fife uf dem shukt da same vay, und I vant to deech you de pis ness. Yen de nexd gustomer comes In da shop I vill show ke vay Rube Hoffenstein, mine broder in Detroit, sells his cloding und udder dings." A few minutes later a negro, in quest of a suitable pair of shoes, entered the store slowly. The proprietor advanced, smiling, and inquired, "Vat is it you vish ?" "Yer got any cheap shoes hyar?" asked the negro. "Blendy uf dem, my frent, blendy at any brioe you vant." The negro stated that ha wanted a pair of brogans, and soon his pedal ex tremeties were encased in them, at a bar gain. As he was about to leave the pro prietor called him back. "I ain't gwine to buy nuffia else. I'se got all I want," said the negro, sullenly. "Dot may be so, my dear sir," replied the proprietor ; "but I shust vants you to lookatdis goat. It vas de pure Russian voel, und disdime last year you doan got de same goat for twendy-fife dollars. Mine gracious, clod ing vas gone down to nodding, und dere vas no money in de pisuess any longer. De gonsumption vaa going round, und da doctors dell me it was de vadder. Mora den nine beepless died .round vhere I lif last veek. Dink of dot. Mine frent, dot goat vas Russian Tool, dick und heafy. Vy, Misder Jones, who owns de pank on Canal-streed, took dot goat home mit him yesterday und vore it all day ; but it vas a leedle dight across de shoulder, und he prought it pack shust a vile ago. Dry it on, my dear sir. Misder Jones vas a rich man, und he liked dot goat. How deep deep de bockets vas, but it vas a leedle dight across de shoulder." The negra buttoned up the coat, thrust his hands in to the pockets, and felt the purse. 'A peaceful smile played over his face when his touch disclosed to his mind the con tents of one of the pockets ; bnt he choked down his joy and inquired. "Who did you say wore this hyar coat ?" "Vy, Mil der Jones vot owns de pank on Canal streed." "What yer gwine to ax fur it?" "Dwenty dollars." "Dat's pow'ful high price fur dis coat, but I'll take it." "Her man, here, wrap up dis goat fur de shen tleman, und drow in a eravat ; it vill make him look nice mit de ladies." "Nebber mind, I'll keep de coat on," replied the negro ; and, pulling out a roll of money, he paid for it and left the store. While he was around the next corner mourning over the stuffed purse, Hoffenstein said to his clerk, "Herman, fix up anudder von of dose goats de same vay, und doan for get te tell dat Misder Jones, vot runs de bank on Canal-streed, wore it yesterday." A queer tragedy was enacted the other weak in a village of the Vauoluse called Cheval Blano. Ten years ago an Italian navvy, who had been working on the railway then in course of construction, was tried for manslaughter, the witness who was mainly instrumental in securing his eonvietion being a peasant belonging to the village of Cheval-Blano. The nav vy was sentenced to ten years' penal servi tude, and on leaving the dock he declared that when he had served his time he would come back and take his revenge. About a fortnight ago he re-appeared in the vil lage, and. meetinsr the wife of the neasant. told her that she might consider her hus band a dead man. She at once gave in formation to the gendarmerie of his pres ence in the district, but he eluded the searcu mado for him and made his appear ance at the farm-house inhabited by the peasant on a Sunday morniDg. The man was still in bed. and when he looked out of the window and recognized the Italian he took up a gun which he kept by his bedside, and fired two shots, killing his would-be murderer on the spot. The Italian was armed with a revolver and a long knife. - Arkansaw Traveler : ' 'Look here, ' said the governor to a high state official, "when are you going to pay me that ten dollars ?" "Upon my honor, governor, 1 don t know. "Why, sir, the other day, when I men tioned the fact of your indebtedness, yea asked me where I would be Tuesday." "Yes, sir." "Well, wasn't that a promise that jou would pay me Tuesday ? "No, sir." "Why, then, did you want ta know where I would be Tuesday ?" "Because, I wanted to know where yea would be se I could make arrangements to be some where else." A little anecdote from the Georgia Ma jor : Une oi aur most mnuentiai ueorgia grangers was superintending affairs at Mis cotton press the other day, when he was accosted by a neighbor. "I see, Colonel, that the tariff bill has passed "Is that so? How about cotton ties ?" "Still 35 percent, ad-valorem." "Well, here, you boys, thar ! sift another shovel o' sand in the middle of that bale ; I can't afford to reform until the tariff does." And the sifting was striotly attended to. Pittsburgh Telegraph : A Pittsburgh girl, who had refused a good-looking telegraph repair man three times within six months, gave as a reason that be was too muon of a wanderer. - That ho wandered from pole to pole, from one climb to another, and if ho did come home, he'd be insulate that the neighbors would bo sure to talk. Lowell Citizen : Two old schoolmates met yesterday, and - ono ' of them asked about a third, "Why, didn't you Know r answered the other. "Arthur is now a member of the legislature." A tinge of sadness came over face of the questioner, as ho murmured. Poor fellow ! " and than changed the sub ject. , ; V . 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