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1. Jfkiag nthirs In compney. 8. Uiiiing rudely at stranger. 3. Laughing at mleiuk-s uf other. 4 Loud mid bi'Ulerou laughing, 0 livMfling when oilier urn tnlKing. 0. Cutting finger nsils hi company. 7. Loving a stranger without a anil, H. Talking when olherj uru rending. 9. Whispering or luughlng In the house r Uod. 10. Leaving ( Lurch before worship is idoeed. U. Milking yourself hero of your own story, 12. Spilling about Ibe bouse, luioklng ttl ckuttiug. 1 I. A want ul respect aud reverence to Miiwtl. U. Beading la corspnuy without being lj. Xul listening lo what mm U laying lu iwuipauy. 16. Answering question thai hare boen jiul to others. 17. Commencing lu eal a toon as you art at III table. IS Itecelvlng present without any ckpieeeiuii ut grutiiude. 18. Curit-ctiug older persons tlianyour tnlf. especially parreule. iiU. Commencing tnlk before others ItaVsj lluisbed speaking. Men Wanted. .The want of this nge la man who are nut for sale, j eu who are honest, sound front center to circumference, true to (be beart't core. Meo who will condemn wrong lu friend or foe, in themselves as well as others. Men whose consciences tire as steady as the needle to lo the pole. Men who will stand for the right if the heavens totter uud tbu earth rctils. Men who can tell Ibe truth, and look the . world and the devil right In the eye ilea that neither brag nor run. Men ' that neither fl ig nor flinch. Men ir, 'wnoni l:ie coumge of everlasting life runs still, deep, aud strong. Men who know their message and tell it. Meu wbo know tbeir placet and fill them Men who know their own buines. Men who will not lie. Men who are not too Isiy to work, nor too proud to be p'r. Men who are willing lo eal what they have earned, and wear what they have paid for. ? ' .. , . ' LIVER DISEASE ; ami indigestion prc- ; OllVIIVIUnO : tmt tbao prubaoly -lay other niulatiy, . ..........v . anj rttilef ia anxiously sought after. If the Liver is RfRU Id led in it actios health is almost iuv&riubly se cured. Indigestion or want oi action in the Liver onuses Headatilie. Couatipation, Jsftindice. fain in the Shoulders. Cough, iuzziuess, Sour Stomach, bad taste In the mouth, bilious ittiucks, palpita tion or the heart, depression oi spirits or the blues and a hundred olker symptoms. Simmons' Livuu Hkoulatob is the best remedy that has evr been diecovered fr these ailments. It acts mildly, ef fectually, and being a simple vegetable compound can do uo injury iu ':' 1 any quantities Ibat it ' ' TVaC"I? ' may bu Uken- lt 18 is 1 V lXb I harmless in eveiy f ! way, it has been used " " lor forty years, and hundreds from all parts of the count, y will vouch for its virtues, via., Hon. Alexander H. Stephens f Oeorgia ; Bishop Pierce of Georgia ; Jol.n Gill - Shorter of Alabama ; Gen. John B. Gordon, R.L. Hott of Columbus, Ga. are amoug the hundreds to whom we can refer. Extract ol a letter ttoro Hon. Alexander H. gtephons, dated Hatch 8, 1S;1: "I eccasionally ase when my condition re quires it, Dr. Simmons' Liver Hegulator, with good effect. It is mild, and suits me better than asore active medicine. 'V .v.. It is not the i : quantity eaten REGULATOR- ; iXh,8!- I l blood, and " health. Itisthe thorough digt siion of the food taken let it be mueh oi little Therefore, do not stimulate up the stomach to crave food, but rather assist diges tion after eating by tai.a 8IM110NS' LIVEit KEGUl.ATOR ORIGINAL ANI) ONLY GENUINE, fcUVtiyiCTUBKD OS1.TBT J. H. ZEILIN &CO , ! PHILADELPHIA, PA. Prise. 1.0S. Sold by all Druggirta. ANEW ARRIVAL. Although the search for Charlie Ross has proved unsuccessful, no one need be afraid of not finding just what they want at E. T. W rVLDIN'S ALDIK'S Tailoring Establishment! Opp.Concert Hall, DAXBCKT, Conn. Mr. Haldin hasjusl laid It a complete new Tall and Winter s,0- and if you want a fine suit of clothes, h$ap for catk, call on him. ; Hopp & Colin, Jkt Popular Ont-price Cloihitrt and Merchant 3aiort, 193 Main Street, Dan bury. Conn. Are now offering the baUuca of their exUaslve Winter Skck, at Extremely Low Prices, Is order to make room for oar . HEAVY SPRING STOCK Which will b ready March the 1st. W are clearing out a large loi of fashion able Beaver, Chinchilla, & Diagonal OVERCOATS, MANUFACTURERS' Prices. Hopp i Oohn, Popular iff-i-yici Clothitr mni Merehanl bailors, IW Halailml, AiiBritT- CON. Favorite Publications. I'rnuk I.eslln'a t'hliiitif)' Conicp, This liuiMliltil perio.ilmi, the heat Aiuei iuui Kaiiiily JkuiiihI, Mtory I'upcr and H iiiio Kru-uil, has Iteen the Suiei'Silul nv il ul nil the wctkiy JnurmiU for the linat thiilvvii years. It djalned a pluce in the uiinils anil hi'iuta our pcuple. and lieu 1 1 ul our coiilu, mid now tnu iiiiine ul lis p.iiriiiia is Leition. 'I'l.ia j er the ( hinmey Corner seems to la-litilur Hum evir. Ilsseliul tluiiea am uf llie must iiliMiiliuig and lively cliiiracier, ul Kifut power, true to Ji lu uihl full ot ineiit, lakiiiK a Me mnge ol aiilijccu lo pienae every uieiulier ot a houauhoiil ihe doineaiic stoiy for the niiillier, the i liiiliiiini; love laie lor the daughters, the more tiniiiiatlc lor tin', Jouhk men, the so. hi novel for ulikr' reuilera, and then we have slii ring advuii ture tor llie hoyaand luiiy-uile lor the children. - Uiitihjrtini, Uowiinl, Holiinson.lJeFiir est lieutdht, H. Atn.iu Krosl, Annie rimiuiis, Etlu V. 1'iuicu. and oilier eml neut wnleia, me its tegular coiitrihtilors The luhjecta trt-uttil ot ure very varied. Vhe illutiriiiioua are piofune and liny ait all henutilul. iSlion atones extreiiiely Inlurtsliiif! are Completed in each uuiu ber, winlu Liiogriiphh s, Ailvenlurtu, Ks taya. Villi, 'I ravelit, Niituml History, Le gends, Aneoiolia. Hcteiieu, etc, Uluke tola puhliuntioii one ot the must euler Uiiiuug In existence. Kqqulalteiiieel eiigrnvingsnre frequen tly given iiwny to iu autiscri tiers. I lie t'himt.ty Cvrner, sixleeu pages, with eight pages uf Illustrations, printed ou rliie p ipi r, is published every Mon day, price only 10 cuuls; hiiiiuhI iiOh- scrijtioii, 4. po8i-u,iif Addieas your uroers lo rrniik sites fubllaiilug House, Pearl tjlreel. Mew York. Frank i-OiHe'i Lady's Journal, le uages, It- vuwu nTOijf cuhuiiu, bJUMfUUIII, a'IUUII US ailil 1UI1 descriutiiids ol' ills voty t.atvst Utvlt-s ot Jellies' ani oi.lldi-eu's Wear ; useful liifuiuiatlon on laui- lly topics i Sulecc Stories ) Ueauulul Illustra tions ol llouitf aud lioruvn SuIiJouls; Pustry ; fr'asliiiiuable lutlliKeuce : Puivoual ciiit-c-liat : Amusing citrtuou un llio lollies sad ioibles of tbe Liy ; Bpaiks uf Mirih, etc., etc. Frank Leslie's Lauy'a Jouruul is Ibe mosc beautiful of all the ladles' papers. It skould be fo Hid ou llie table of every luuy in the liin.i. Price 10 cents a copy ; annuul subscription, $4, postpaid. Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly Im made rspul s, r,des as llie .'Ivut ul luauy aspirants to public laver. Jts coutribulois are aoineoftlie l-eat Uvin writers. Lveiy departiuent ot litera ture is represented In its columns, 'llie amount ol instruction, entertainment and amusement af forded by the articles, essapa, stories and aen-.-ral miscellany contained in tho I28 quarto pac.ee ol each number of this publicolluu lias been we 1 appreciated. Every copy of tbe Popular Monthly is embellished witbo er 100 beautiful illustrations, bemif the cheapest periodical of the kind in exis tence, and at the same time one of the musts, lect and universally welcome, it must ccntin,ue to In crease in pnbiie favor, and rank wlih the ptiblUh or's Suntiu? Jtapatint the highest among all our Ameiiciin monthlies. It is published on the l.Hli of eacn month. Price, 23 cents a number ; Sub scription, $:t, po-tpahi per year. Address yiur orlrrsto a'rauk Leslie, 437 Pearl tftreet, New 1 or.. Fmnk letlie'i Suudsy Kagasino's a heau tltul woik. it willinti ret rdu,ated snd cultivated minila as well as the most uriiinary reader. It if tn only 8:mday Msgxz.ne published in tbi country Every number has I2d pai.c? hllea w th the most aelcci and fascinutlkir iiteratore, lanuinu from the S riu n by tho editor IDr. C. f. Deems, pastor of the Lnurcn 01 the Mrauirors), to stiirin(r Tales, general Topics and Kssay, Pietry. Music, Sen-nee llistory, etc., in a grreat variety. Lach eojiy of this lagaziufl has too exquisite enrravinps of the most interesting character. It has reeched a cir culation And pi-uapi-rtty such as make it one of ibe marvels of periodical literature. It is Indeed s beautitut work. Buy it tind pee lor yourselves. Single copies are only 35 cents, an t Annual 8ub criptiou. Price only 3. post-paid. Addnss 01 ders to Frank Leslie's Publishing 'Tonss, 637 Pearl S reel. New fork. CHARLES RININSLAND. BAUUEU SHOP, AND LADIES' r- UAIHDItflSSINa EMPORIUM. Comer of Main, and Wed S, Newtown. fcsUaviug, Shampooing and Hair Dresniug dou iu tbe most avliatic; tjle. Tbe ntdie.s aierequesied to exiimiiie epecimens of work, 8uoU as SwUchea, UiaicU, Curis, Puffs, etc, Ladieu eim bave their combiugit made up. BKASCK BABUKK yHOP Id Sandy Hook, opened every Wednesday and Saturday ftfternoou Shop next to the Post Office RESTAURANT.! One of the most pleasant, and convenient places, for visit of a to get a good meal, or lunch, is alt he ; Hestaur&ut iu Hawes' Opera House, Fairfield Ave near tb Depot, BRIDGEPORT, Conn. Call and sea. CAP. M. KELLY, Agent. ITKI.X OF NWTO N as. i rotate Court, January 21st, 1878. Ksiato oi Hauiet BeeiB, lute of Newtown, in swu lJmirict, tiecfciu-fcd. Ihtt Ot'Uit of Pi o lute for the Ijiatrict of New town hatb liinueU and alluwvd nix uiontua from the iate htm-of lor tue Crvaitora ot auia Kstate, ifpresen eu tnsulreut, m utiicb to exhibit their cl umfl thereto ; and baa appoiuutd Lyman D, llrtrwaier, of Dstibury, Coirn., ami C banes C. WaiUt r, of Newtown, Unn Comwissiou .rs to receive and examine said claim". ;KriifiVd by CHAKLK lr'AiKMAN, Judg. The mihcribers give notice that they uhall ment at the Prbate Office, in mid Newtown, on the 'Joth day of April, and the 2(tb 61 July. 1876, at ) o'clock in the afternoon, on each of amd das for tbe puroae of atUndmg ou the buhinuas of aaid appointment. LYMAN D. BREWSTER. CHAKlAo O. WARNKU, Coniuiittsionern AH pencni indebted to said Extate ai request ed to uisaattt immediate puymeut to GEORGE BLKRS Executor. Of till drsi-ripi ions and jirires, at E. HARD'S, Bethel. Ct. ; Repairing, ntut, cheap, quick. Call aud see' w m gs S2 t6 JIOLIDA Y PRESEXTS. SINGER SEWING MACHINES. Ci'l snd m tht new Styles and Price. "W. L. 1ST, SS9 MAIN STKEET. BKIDGEPORT. LOOK! LOOK! HAWLEY & DODO, MILLERS, ARE SELLING Corn Mm), per. 100 Itw , $1.25. Com Hnd Oal, wr 100 lb.. JJI.&5. Corn l$et Weili-rii) ptr. lnh. .60 fc 82. IJest Pnt"nt Pdu-u Minn. Sour, fur. 1,1,1. !0 23. Abut a plen.'il fl-.ur f.00 per. fool. Tbe srliole of this grain and H mr, it wt- n prew-nl il. tall itn! - il, ami b O'liviiicel. Havlcs- & Dodd. Gqqd Books roit TUB FAEH, 0AEDEN, and Household. Tim fallowing Valuable Oouki will Uo U pllej I rum llio ulll e of iliit puper. Any one or mnrof lln'tt) bouk will liu neut I'osT Paid illni't Ui nny of nur renders, dii receipt of llie regular price, wliicu la mimti'l uj(aliial t'acli buok. All s M.w Ainsrlosn farm Hook 12 Ki Allan's L. If. i Am. r.oD CsttK I til Awalirau WinrUssliil Useful flauta.. 1 is Hairy a 1'ruit Uarilia........ i Ml llrllirnt'a Uabhll faiiclir ,, 30 lite, k'a Nuw Uiak ul Flow. is 1 7J Unll s t'.im-Uar.ioiluK sua Sevil-Uruwiu...l Ou C'uburu's wlrltf lluslHiiiiliy .........I Tfi UadU Alnrll sn I, sills llut'lor ... M Usild's Auiartcau lkluniiid lions Uuuk.....l 60 liOtt-uiiiK's Lsnilscapa Uat'dsulti' tt so tluwmiiK'a litiral L'ssays 3 nil tWlestim's lliyi.liir HulKMl-Alusler 1 ii Grt'irnry on stqitasLrs bo Harris's lnsm'ts mturiuus tu VegsUtioa Flalu 4 00 (lolorvd KllKravlusl t 6 60 Harris on I he fig .1 60 HeU'lfrson's GardsninR for Pleasure..,...,.! 60 Hmcler sou's Uardsuiug lor Piodt 1 Ml Hendersun's Practical Flnpultur I 60 Hsriiert's Hints to Horsu-Kuopsrs 1 T6 Hunter and Trapper .,.,.1 do Jotmaon's How Clops Fued I 00 Johnsoii'a How Crtis Glow 3 on My VlDdyard at Lakoview I 29 Onions How to liaise tlisin Prorltably 30 Qmnby's Alyitsrli's of Use-Eespimi 1 10 (jittuu's Mouoy Id loo Garleo ,.1 so Ayer's Sarsaparilla For Scrofula, and all Itose or St. An thony's Fire, Eruptions and Eruptive diseases of the skin, Ulcerations of the Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, Lungs,-Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Blotches, Tumors, Tet ter, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Kingworm, Ulcere, Sores, liheunintism, Is euraigia, 1'ain in the Bones, Side and Head, Female Weak ness, Sterility, Leucorrhoea, arising from internal ulceration, and uterine disease. Syphilitic and Mercurial dis eases, Dropsy,' Dyspepsia, Emacia tion, General" Debility, and for Puri fying the Blood. This Sarsaparilla is a combination of vegetable alteratives-Stillingia,Man-drake.Yellow Dock with the Iodides of Potassium and Iron, and is the most efficacious niedicine yet known for the diseases it is intended to cure. Its ingredients are so skilfully combined that the full alterative effect of each is assured, and while it is so mild as to b'e harmless even to children, it is still so effectual as to purge out from the system those impurities and corruptions which develop into loathsome disease. The reputation it enjoys is derived from its cures, and the confidence which prominent physicians all over the country repose in it proves their experience of its usefulness. Certificates attesting its virtues have accumulated, and are con stantly being received, and as many of these cases are publicly known, they furnish convincing evidence of the superiority of this Sarsaparilla over every other alterative medicine. So generally is its superiority to any other medicine known that we neet do no more than to assure the public that the best qualities it has ever possessed are strictly maintained. PREPARED JST Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass., Practical and Analytical Chemists -. OLD 1T A IX DRUGGISTS EVE 1Y WHERE. A LECTURE TO YUUXG MElW Jutl pvMUhed, in a waled envelope. Price n'x cts. A Lecture ou the Nature, treatment, and UaUicrtl cure ol Seutiiiul Weaj.nebB, or t permit torrbust, induced by Sitf-Abuse, Involuntary kuiitr.ioiift.lmpotfncy, KerVous Debility, nd im pediiu.mtH to laarnitge geiitrUly ; ConuniptirBt bpiiepuy, and FHr : fcleutal and Physical lucypa city, .te.tty RObEKT J. tULVfcRWKLL, M, l., jui b or oi the "(jrwa book," &c. The wu'ld-i-enowiied uutbor, ia tbis admirHble Leuture. clearly proven from bis on experience! tbat biic uwiul coimequcnuefi of Sell-Abuse may b yfl'uetuaUy icmoveU wjtti.iut medicine, aud with out daugeious surlcul opeiationjf. bougies, ln BtruiuentH, ring, or coidialu: pointing out mod of cure at on.-e cei-tain end effectual, by whiclittvmy sufferei-, no mattur what hi emidi tioa may be, may cure biinsell cheaply, piiTateiy and rjdically. W Th ik Lecture will prove a boon lo thous and and trum sail ds 8tntt under jal. in a plain envelope, toanr ad- drc(t, on receipt of mx eta. or two postage fa tain pa. Addrena, I he CulveTwell Medical Co., 41 Ann Street, New Yuik, t'ui Office box. 4ri&G. MOODY u2k Tue latest, mor-t attractive, largest, cheapest, anil best illustrated book on this wouderfut man. It contains Life of Moody, tiankey, BI.hb, Whittle, andothere io, foody's best Sermons, and sddresHM in Loudon, Edinburgh. Duiilin, Brook lyn, New York, thiladelphia, t bicago, and Jo lou. aotd only bt? subscription. AttENTS WAATh.l.8euii for full descriptive terms and eircuiaia to JSeUon & JrbiUipps, tWi Brtdwy,N. Y. WANTED A few reliable men to nprewnl our busitittMt in Afferent parte of tbe State. Per manent and profitable employment guaranteed, tor full particulars addrenB, U. B. ISctii(gton, tipeciai State Agent, P. O Box. 1 20, Hartford, Ct. To Consumptives. The advertiser, having be n permanently eared of that dread diraaee, Consumption, by a simple remedy, is auxioue to make known to hut fellow suflerers the means of cure, i'o all who deaire It be will end a copy ol the presrnption used (tree of cbarae), witb tu n recti ous tor pwpanng ana usinir thf true, which tbev will find a sure cure for Cod mption. Asthma, Bronchitis, Ac. Pr- tie wuainp the prescription win pteae aaarets, Rev. K. A. Wilson 194 Pens m Willianuburg N.Y mM rAC Published at Cape Oirar. MLViO dean. UiiMoan, iaa9nl. weekly Deniucraiic Newspaper ; $2 a yvar. TUK MES has a larger circulation than auy other pa mr in Aliaaourt. Kiitabiiabed 13 years. Beat and cheapest advertising, medium in the tttate. Per rates, spe.-tmen, 4c, address, BABROLL CO- KER, pnbnsDera i ft 4, uape w 1 rarqeao. ao. TIT A TCf Retail Price $900. eniy V. rl H PI 1 in P.uuia I janvMB. nriea f.374 only f aper rt. D. f . Beatty, Waabinf. ton. a. 4. PIMPLES. I will mail (Free th. recipe for preparing a Sim nl. Veoetable Balm that will ream. Tax. FBECKLEX PIMPLlSand Blotctw, lrt.ir Uw skis soft, clear ami bemnrifol ; also tnatroctiome lo.' plXMlncms S inxnnaos pnwis oi nair w a bald bead or smooth rase. Andreas. taMlosiag to stamp, Ben. T-uelf Co.. No. Aaa at. M. I. ERRORS OF YOUTH A GNTLEMAN who raff ered for years from Ver -( vons IMi!fy. Premature Decay, and all tb tnVct ot y.Kithful ifHiecrrtioii, will, for the sake nltiafferiug bumarity, fend tr tostl whw nerd it tbeieeipe and dir-wnon fur ritakinv th simple r-medy by whih be wae cai. SolTeivre wiah ins: u pTOiit br tbe advertiser eipeiience can do o by adt!rein in perfect cmifideaoe, JUKX B. OQVES, 41 Ctadar t, F. T. Nathan Buckingham & Co., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. DEALERS IN W. OP SSL 3HT 32 '3P W JR 13. A ItE SELLING A T YElt Y LO W 1'JtICES : Walnut Chamber Suit, Afcli and Chettiiut Chamber 8ui(t, Cottage Chamber Suit, Lounges, Fxtenslon Tables, Spring Beds, Mattresses, Looking Glasses, Bedsteads, Chairs, &c. We shall sell our large stock of WA1NUT PARLOR SUITS at COST until we have reduced an over stock of them. NOW is the time to buy. Nathan Buckingham' & Co., 387 and 389 Water St., Up Stairs, BRIDGEPORT, CONN. A PLEASANT DRIVE Of Nine Miles will take you to the Store of L.S.BE Where vyou can purchase CHOICE GROCE RIES and PROVISIONS,asCheapand GOOD, Wholesale or Retail, as you can anywhere this side of N YCity 157 Main Street, Danbnry. o. . a .5 to ' 0 -3 ' BURNS KEROSENE OIL. Call and See them Burn, at FOX BROS-, Bethel. Agents Wanted EVERYWHERE ! Chas. T. Greene, Wholesale Agt., Newtown, Conn. Look ! Look ! I AX SKLLlrlO HARNESS, Blankets, ' Lap Robe, ; Buflalo Robes, Whips, &cn CHEAP, TEST CEEAP. Call an at U tarijaiBa to b had of ma b tan bnfmx slsrwhsr.. I am sot to bo aodcnold by aayossf. Repairing promptly ttttuded I. J. U. ALLEN WoodrofF'i Block, WOODBURY. Conn. Thrw-quarteriof I mile west of Town Hall HARNESS Or EVERT DESCRIPTION MADE TO ORDER. Utpairini mtattf ato asl tsatt iitpxldl. Aeoaat- haad Harmttt bevghi aud told. W. W. BUTTS, Agent. 4tk Emm North of tho Fait Grounda. WEST W00DBCBT, COSX. JEDICTSOfJ, 1 i 1 T Great tbaaca to maka money. If yon vl vf -Li 1. can't get gold you can f et grsen backs. We seed a ptrtson In ovary town to taka atibacrip tiona tor the largest, ehoapeat and beat lllostratad family pnbticotum In the wor.d. Any one can bo oouo a sacuesatnl agent. Tbe most elegant works of art given free to subscribers. Tho price is ao low thatalmost everybody aubseribes. One agent reports making over IM in a weekt A lady agent reports taking over 400 subscribers In Un daye. All who engage make money fast. Yon can devote all your time to the business, or only your spar time. Yon need not he away from home over night. You can do it as well aa others, full par ticulars, dlrootione and termafree. Elegant nod expensive Outfit free. If yon want profit ble work eend us your address at once. It eeeta nothing to try tbe busine. ho one who engageo fails to make great pay. Address, " The People'a Jour, nal," Portland AMno. A 7 7's aot easily earned la thsss tlmso, hot u can he made in three months by nny will 01 'hr I aar part of tho " eonntry, whot willing to work eteadily at the omptoyaaeat t at we furnish. 6i per week tn your ow towr Yon need not be swsy from home over mgb Ton can give your whole time to tbe work.: - only your spare moments. Ws hsvs stents who an making over $20 per day. AU whs sogsge ot ones can make mosey fast. At tbe present time mooey cannot be made 00 easily and rapidly at any other business. Iteostsnoth. ing to try tho business. Terms and i outfit free Address st 000s M. Halutt k Co., Portland, Everybody llxy our new larT monthly f per, THE vYBSTFJUf l.A.h LI . ;g t f cot. 1 only one dollar per year Immense aub Pte-micm Msv. and greet mjuosV ava l to amis. Address BABBOLL k COE .l pnasishsw WeHJa Cssket. Oaaw OXraraaas , Ho. Synopsis of a Fe w Cases Cured. ..- Mr. N. Pimlyii of tbe upier eyelid, wltb partial paralyiig uf rlKit tide of the face, of three months' ttiudlng Cured lu two weeke by Dr. Saillli, . , Mr. A. C'atnrrb of tbe bead and now, of til teen yexra' ' (landing; dis charging quantities of thick greenish mailer from ibroat and note i uilng ten bandkerchlefa a day, witb Iota of smell and appetite. Cored Id ail month by Dr. Smith, 117 State if. Judge F. Could not wulk to tbe court from aevere lumbago. Cured by a few treatment!, (See account In Standard a few week ago) Mue. B. Confined to her bed for months from nervous prostral n. Cured in a few weeke,(wbich waa alec publiah ed In Standard). Mr. . Chronic conitlpatioi. )f fit teen yer,with dischargee like clay,hurd and dry ; pale complexion, emaciated, prostrated, and given up by physicians Cured In thirty-three application!. Mr. J. Intliimmatory rheumalltm all over tbe body ; confined to bed tor five months. Cured In live treatment!. Mr.J. Inflammatory rheumatism of left leg. Cured iu ten minutes. Mr B. Inflammatory rheumatism of right arm. Cured In one treatment. Mr. C Dyspepsia, headache, consti pation, and piles of thirteen years a case witb all the worst symptoms or each complaint. Cured in thiee months. Mr. S. Rose cold ; had for six years past, every June, lasting six weeks, with acrid burning discharge of a watery character, itti a feeling of being stopped up. Cured in seven treatments. Mr. B. Neuralgia uf tbe face and head, of a throbbing, lanciualing charac ter with convulsive movement of the face at the height of the paroxysm; light unendurable uervous prostration. Be lieved in one application, and cured of nervous prostration in two weeks. Mr. G. Chronic bronchitis and catarrh having a hard, dry cougb.dryuess of the throat, aud tickling in tbe tbroat-pit, craving appetite (the stomach soon feel ing full), nervoue prostration, unable lo work. Believed iu three weeks, so as to be able lo attend to business aud cured in six months. Mr. M. Asthma of twelve years, worse at night ; unable lo lie down.great restlessues, pale face, cold perspiration ; constant coughing, no phlegm yielding until gagging and vomiting; various dyspeptic symptoms, cured- in four mouths. -Wm. W. Bud ulcer, Treated over a year by a Bridgeport physieiun, and grew worse. Published in Standard some time ago.) Dr. Muilb cured him in a few months. Mr. D. Ulceration of the bawcls t,t even years with ten to fifteen passages a day,wiih mucous and bloody discharges, emaciation and prostration. Cured lit thtee months. Mr. L. Impotence and enlargement of the prostate gland. Cured in three months. , v Mr. VV. Chronic rheumatism uf seven years, witu pains in all tbe joints ; worse on beginiug to move, and after sit ting still for some time ; pains at night in shoulders and hips; nights fell of pain with great restlessness. Curvd in two month. ' Mr. J. Dyspepsia and sick headache of eighteen yours' standing, having at tacks confining him to bed three days in the week, with nausea, vomiting anil diarrhoea; 8toinch constantly disturbed aud almost continuous headache, wilh fullness and belching of wind or sour acid after meals Relieved iu a week, -and cured in four months. Mr. S. Cancer of stotrmch, having a hurd ball that could be felt of the size of a goose egg, causing constant, nausea and fullness of tiie stomach and asthma vomiting of a sour, foul-smelling liquid, looking like Ink and coffee grounds, with sharp darting pains through tba stoinach,and bowels constipated. . Vom iting slopped in two weeks. Cancer ab sorbed in two months, and case cured in four mouths. Mr. W. Suffered from spermatorr hoea and Its effects for sixteen years. Tbe disease still continued, daily, with burning pains iq the stomach, and dys pepsia, constipation loss of memory, nervousness, sleep full of horrible and lascivious dreams, and entirely unfit to attend to business. ' Cured . in four months. Miss. C Spinal Curvature of four years treated by several physicians.cored in" six months. .. Miss il. Female weakness curvd in. four rnanths. Mrs. W. Prolapsus cured in niae months (a very bad case) Tbe above are only few of hundreds of caaea of similar character constantly being cured by lr. Smith, 117 State street, after tryiug every other method in vain, and of leu when other Electri cians, even, have failed to relieve Ibem. We receive no cases that do not admit of cure. Consultation free. Not c Dr. J. D. S. Smith does rot travel but is at bis office, 117 State street and be baa ho okb out as a representa tive, either for consultation or diagnosis. After four years practice ia Bridge port, Dr. Smith challenges any physi cian to show better record a regard cures made and pernvaat lot nothing of a transient asture. ' Address Dr. aWsttiJ J. D. 8. SKITS. avridiBfperV Com.