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8 B " " o n U j i a 1t $ 1 6 0 , 0 0 0" n a d e i n T v r o M M t k c . A W a l l s t r e et Operation. T b e B a n k i n f « h o n « e of A i e x . F r o t & i n ^ h a n * C o . , N o . 12 W a l l S t r e e t , w h o d e a l i a S t o c k P r i v i l e g e *, h a r e p a i d t h i s c n o r m o n t ram t o t h e i r C B k t o m e r t d u r i n g - t k i s s k o r t s p a c e o f t i a s e . S o m e p e r s o n s h a r e m a d e a s k i c k aw S 6 . 0 0 0 f r o m o n l y S 1 0 0 o r i g in a l l y i n v e s t e d a n d m a n y h a r e m a de $1,000 aud over from only %50. They paid in a sin-gle day over $40,000, for which only $3,000 was re-ceived, or $37,000 net profit to various people. Thty employed continuously from twelve to fifteen com-petent book kee pen* and assistants. With this strong force they sre often com pellcd to remain at their work until midnight. This energetic firm well deserve* tbe credit of being fhe leading bouse in their branch of business, it is most wonderful to ac-knowledge that they have established this bufines* in the short space of five years. They bave customers who reside in nearly every State of the Union, the Dominion of Canada; from the Island of Cuba they receive orders from persons who are continually dealing in stocks. Their busi-ness has become so extensive that two ex|>erienccd correspondents are employed to attend to their ad-vertising accounts. Their cards may be read in eve-ry first-class newspaper published in the United States. To this they attribute a portion of their success, We advise tho9e desiring to placc their business wilh a firm possessing tbe very highest record for uprightness, and who conduct their busi-ness npon honest principles, to deal with this boase. They also issue a weekly report of the condition of affairs in Wall street, which they are glad to mail free, for one year, to any one who desires and con-templates speculating. Send for it-— Evening Mail X. Y. New York Commercial Advertiser says: "The Rankinsr House of Alexander Frothing am & Co.. No. 12 Wall street, has in its employ twelve be ok-keepers and assistants There are other stock p-ivilege firms who employ from three to six men. This firm have established their entire business dur-ing the lost five years." Boston Daily News says: "Messrs. Alexander Protbingham & Co., will fur-nish to thos« desiring to invest in Wall street, ex-planatory circulars containing detailed statements and quotations, and many - 'points" of great value tn tbe uninitiated. Their office is at No. 12 Wall street, New York City. New York Graphic save: ••This old established house offers facilities for speculating with an investment of money ranging $50 to any amount, and gives small investors the same advantage as those who invest thousands of dollars. During the last month investments ot $(00 ooanany stocks have returned profits of $900 to $S,- 800. This seems marvelous to those unaccustomed to Wall street operations, nevertheless it is true, as substantiated by the fluctuation of prices at the Stock Exchange." Hartford, Providence and Fish-kill Railroad. Cn and after June 7,1875. trains will leave as follow*: GOING EAST : Eartford f o r Providence. (Way) at 6.30 a m., and 8.18 p m; Express, 10 a m. Boston, 6.30 a m, and 9.18 p m, via B&P RR. New Bedford, 6.30 and 10 a m. and 2.15 pm. N A W K R North, 10 am. " South, 6 30, a m, 2.15 p ra. WiUimantic, 6.30, 10, a m, 1.35, 2.15, 6.80, and 10 p m. Boston and Way Stations, via B U A E R R 1.3s p m. N L N R R, North, 6.30 a m, 2.15 p m. " South, 6.30 am. 2.15, 6.20 p m. Rockville and South Manchester, 6.30,10 a m, 1 35, 2.15, 5, 6.20, and 10, p. m. Willimanticfor Providence, 7.50,11.25, a m,3,4 5p m. Plainfield for Providence, 6.45, 6.40, a m, 12.20, and 4.40 p m. Washington for Providence, 5.40, 8.00,9.40, a m, 1.05, 3.50, and 5.35, p m. Sstnrays, 7.40 p m. Waterburv for Hartford, 7.55,11.50a in.and4,80 p m. Providence, 7.55, If .50 a IR. Wlllim'tic,Norwich,and N London,4.30 p m Bristol lor Hartford. 7,8.40 a m, 12.38, 5.10, 7.45p m. New Britain for Hartford, 6.00, 7.30, 8.08 a m, l.'JS 2.30, 5.38. 8.15 p m. GOING WEST. Providence for Tlartfo^l, 7 a m , 5.15 p m (Way), Ex-press, 12.35 p m. > Conn. Western and Conn. Valley R Roads, 7 a m , 12.35 pm. New Haven. New York, and Springfield 7 a m , 12.35 and 5.15 p m. Plainfield, 7, 10.10 a m.18.35, 5 15 p m, N <fc W R It, North, 1?.10 a m, 12.85. N A W R R, <outh. 7,10.10 a m, 5.15 p m. Washington and Hope, 7, 10.10, 11.30 am, 18.80 £.05, 5,15,6.25, p m. Saturdays, 10.30 p ra. Plainfield for Hartford, 8.40 a m. 1.53, 7.00 p m. WiUimantic for Hartford, 6.20, 8.30, a m, 12.10, 2.40, 4.10, 8.00 p m. K L N R E , North, 8.30 a m, 4.10, 8.00 p tn. " South. 126.96.36.199am, 4.10,8, pm. Rockville for Hartford, 5.30, 6.B0. to.oe a m, 18.85 2.40, 4.45, s.sr> p m. South Manchester for Hartford, 7.15, 10.20 a m, 12,45 2.35, 5.00, 8-45 p m. Hartford for Watcrbnrv, 8.15,11.10, a m, 4.18 p m. N R R, North,"8.15 a m, 4.16 p m. " South, 11.10 a m. 4.15 p m. Bristol, 6, 8.15, 11.90 a m, 4.15. 6.10 p m. Plainville and Canal R. R., north &nd south, 6., 11.10, a m., 6.10 p. m. New Britain, 6, 6.15, 11.10 a m, 1S.30.4.18 6,10 and 10 p m. J. T. McMANUS.Assistant Supt Volume 18. STAFFORD SPRINGS, CONN., THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1875, Number 19. JQ R. R O Y C E ' S T O N I C B I T T E RS OE THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER Cures DYSPEPSIA, LIVER COMPLAINT, <fce., aud is warranted to cleanse all SCROF-ULA, CANCER and SALT RHEUM HU-MOR from tbe blood. P r i c e 50 Cents a Bottle. 91,000 R e w a r d is offered for a case of Rheumatism that cannot be cared by tb* use of DR. ROYCE'S MAGIC PAIN KILL-ING DISCOVERY or the GREAT RHEU-MATIC REMEDY. For Sale by Druggists and dealers in Medi cine everywhere. MANUFACTURED BY E. W. ROYCE & CO., W A L E S , - - M A S S . WiHismsvilie. <"onn., March 18, 1874. DR. E. W. ROTOC A Co. Dear Sir*: My daughter came home last night. She bad not spoken a loud word for nine days. I applied your Magic Pain Kill-ing Discovery three t'mes and gave her some to take twice, when she could speak, and became perfectly well lrom the use of the Disdbverv. I have been troubled with Scrofula and Rheumatism for years: have been under the treatment of physic1 ans from all arts of the world I procured a few of your Tonic litters, or Blood Purifier, for cleansing the Scrofula, and some of yonr Discovery for the Rheumatic diffi-culty. which was tbe worst ever seen in our town, re-ducing me to a skeleton. Now, after using it for seven weeks, I consider myself s well woman. Our neighbors who bave used it give it the highest praise. Yen are at liberty to publish this if you like, for the good of those suffering with similar complaint. Ever your friend and servant. MRS. CABOUNX ADAXS. J £ I N G S F O R D * S O 8 W E G O PtlRE AND S i l v e r G r l o s s S t a r c h ., F o r t h e L a u n d r y . MANUFACTURED BY T. KINCSFORD & SON. T H E B E S T S T A R C H i n t k e W O R L D . GIVES BEAUTIFUL FINISH TO THE LINEN, and the difference in cost between it and common starch is scarcely half a cent for an ordinary wash-ing. Ask your Grocer for it. K I N G S F O R D ' S O s w e g o C o r n S t a r c h , FOR PUDDINGS.BLANC MANGE ICE CREAM,Ac Ie the original—Established in 1848. And preserves its reputation as PURER, STRONGER and MORS DELICATE than any other artice of the kind offered, either of the same name or with other titles. STEVERSON MAO A AM, Ph. !>., Ac., the highest chemical authority of Europe, carefully analyzed this Corn Starch, and ssys it ie a most excellent article of diet, and in chemical and feeding properties ie fully equal to the best arrow root. Directions tor making Puddings, Custards, Ac., accompany each one pound package. F o r S a l e b y a l l F i r s t - C l a s s G r o c e r s. P N. C R A N E, Manufacturer of and Dealer in Harnesses of all kinds, sold as cheap as at any shop in Tolland County. T r u n k s a n d . B a g ' s , sold f o r C A S H cheap. Sleds, Wagons, &c., &c. All bills now due must be paid to save costs. Repairing promptly attended to. Stafford Springs, Jan. 20, 1875. rpHII E CREAT CAUSE OF. H U M A N M I S E R Y . Just Published in a Sealed Envelope. Price six cents. A L e a u r e o n t h e N a t u r e , T r e a t m e n t , a n d R a d i c a l cure of Seminal Weakness, or Supermatorrhoea, induced by Self-Abuse. Involun-tary Emissions, lmpotency, Nervous Debility, and Impediments to Marriage generally; Consumption, Kpilepsv, and Fits; Mental and Physical Incapacity, Ac —By ROBERT J. CULVER WELL, M. D., author of the "Green Book," Ac. The world-renowned author, in this admirable Lecture, clearly proves from his own experience that the awful consequences of Self-Abuse may be effect-ually removed without medicicine. and without dangerous surgical operations, bougies, instruments, rings or cordials; pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and eftectual, by which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure him-self cheaply, privately and radically. SWThi*'Lecture trill prvve a boon to thousands and thousands. Sent under seal, in a plain envelop, to any address, Rot 6c, or two post sumps, hers, _ J . C. K l i n e 4t C a ^ post-paid, on receipt Address the publishers, C k a s . 127 Bowery. N. Y . ; P. O. Box, ORDER of NOTICE.—Ellen E. Whalen vs. Thomas P. Wbalen. State of Connecticut, Tol-land Countv, ss. Tolland, June 10, A D., 1870 Upon the petition of the said Ellen E. Whalen. praying for reasons therein set forth, for a divorce,now pending before the Superior Court In and for Tolland county,to be held on the first Tuesday of September, A. D. 1675. It api>earing to. and being found,bv the subscribing authority, that the said re-spondent is residing in Yonkers. In the county of Westchester, and st ate of New York, andjabsent from this state—Therefore ordered, that notice of the pen-dency of sail petition be given by publishing this or-der in the Toiland County Press,a newspaper printed in Stafford, h said county, three weeks successive-ly, corame A. D. 1875. commencing on or before the » t h day of July, D. 1875. Or toy leaving a copy of said petition, ci-tation and order of notice with the respondent on or before the 17 til day of A 2*75. OsEPH BISHOP, Clerk, of the Superior Court for Tolland County D R. S. B . B A R T H O L O M E W , 9 E IV T I S T • For the better accommodation of bis patients. Dr. Bartholomew has ^opened on the ground floor a new suite of tbe most convenient and accessible D E N T A L R O O M S in the city. He would invite sll of his friends, whether ia need of his professional service o r n o t to give him a call. Dental rooms, next door to Stale-st. Baptist church, St*te-St, Springfield, Mass. 17*w A REEL about Si ft long and about 6 ft in * * ' y ^ E A L ! MEAL.!. I have bought out the interest of John Brown in the MEAL and GRAIN BUSINESS —and shall keep a full assortment of G r a i n a n d . F e e d at hie OLD STAND at tbe Lowest Cash Prices. O a t s , O u t s , H e a v y W h i te W i n o w e d O a ts that can't be beat in Price or Quality. S p l e n d i d F i n e F e e d . B r e a d Meal, Rye Meal, Rye Flour, G r a h am Flour, Buckwheat Flcur. Hoping by "square" dealing to merit a share of your patronage I remain. E L A M E L L I T H O R P E. Stafford Springs, Feb. 4, 1875. J£OHN It HARTENSTEIN Would respectfully invite the citizens of STAF FORD and vicinity to give them a call at their Elegantly Refitted Store ROCKVILLE, CONN. la B R O O K L Y N B L O C K , and Inspect their splendid stock ot JT E W E L B Y ! Which consists of everything from Roll and Stock Plate to the heaviest Solid Gold goods, at the lowest possible prices. Headquarters for American and S w i s s W a t c h e s , i n K e y a n d S t em W i n d e r s , Q u a r t e r a n d I n . d e p e n d e n t S e c o n d s In C o l d a n d S i l v er W A T C H E S , FRENCH, BRONZE, AND AMERICAN C L O C K S , and MERIDEN SILVER WARE. In Spectacles and Eye Glasses we bave the largest assortment in the county. Diamond Spectacles aud eye-glasses are especially recom mended as giving universal satisfaction. We keep tbem in gold, steel, rubber and shell. BUSINESS DIIEOTOKY. louse, H. E. Dor-t for summer boarders, S t a f f o r d Springs. F. A . H a r w o o d , Bdaler in Dry Goods, Boots snd Shoes, Groceries,Provisions,Crockery, 4c Stafford man, proprietor, no or transient visitors. F. N . Crane, Mam er in Harnesses, Kobes, S Whips, Trunks, Fancy Matt J. W. Chandler Estate Agency, Warren's B1 Dr. H. Smith, D cturer of and deal Fancy Lap Robes, tc. r.Burance and Real Notary Pa ilic. ist. Office in War Cutlery of all kinds, from the manufac-tury of Landers, Frary, A Clark, New Britain, Conn. We warrant every article we sell to be just as represented, Also agents for Singer's Improved S e w i n g M a c h i n e , Sold on S6.00 monthly in-stallments. K O H N & H A R T E N S T E I N . Peddlers supplied with Jewelry, Watches and Chains at Wholesale prices. rens' Block, over HowlandsSfcylor Shop. Residence corner Main and High-ets. C r a w f o r d & Banford, Dealers in Doors, Sas I and Blinds, Hardware of every descrip-tion, Cutlery, Paints, Oils, Glass, etc. R. J>. Davison, Attorney and Counsel or at Law. Office in Oronhco Building. Stafford Springs Steam Mill, Gran dy Brothers, proprietors,. Box Manufacturers; also Planing, Scroll Sawing, and common Log Sawin. done in the best manner. Manufacturers of Grandy Bro's Patent mill and cross-cut Saw Set. See insldfe B. F. Taylor, Pictures, Frames, Mirr ors Window Shades and Fixtures. Pianos, Organs and Melodeons for sale or to rent. Wm. A . Comins, Horse and Ox Shoer, ing. Machine Forgings and Repairing done to order. Also, builder and repairer of all styles of Wagons. G. H. B a k e r , Dealer in Furniture, Chairs,Mattrasses,etc. Warerooms establishedlSOS Dr. M . R . Griswold, Dentist—Office Foster's New Blockfl^sidence Royce's Block. Office hours 7 to 12 a. m., 1 to 0 and 7 to 8 p. m. Stafford vllle. Eaton & Pinney^, Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, etc. Millinery, Cloak and Dress Making Rooms R o c k v i l l e . A. N. Dawson, Architect, No.4,Ex-change Block. Plans skilfully executed at reasona- J g K. TAFT, D r u g g i s t and Apothecary, ^ G E N T ' S O U T F I T F R E E ! Large Commissions and Cash Premiums ROB SELLING A LIBRARY OF FAMOUS FICTION. coxrxieiKG or THE Jewels of Imaginative Literature P i l g r i m ' s P r o g r e s s V i c a r of W a k e f i e l d R o b i n s o n C r u s o e P a u l a n d V i r g l n iA G u l l i v e r ' s T r a v e l s E l i z a b e th V a t k e k Piccoala U n d i n e Tales from A r a b i a n N i g h t s Complete in ONE VOLUME of ovef'1,000 pages, beau-tifully ILLUSTRATED with 34 full-page Engravings, It is the W O R L D ' S S T O R Y R O O K , and all want to read it. Agent's Outfit free to all who mean business and will faithfully canvass. J . R . F O R D & C O . , 2 7 P a r k P l a c e , NEW YOEK J ^ S Y M A G A Z I N E, any weekly paper, any daily paper, any book published may be had at or through CHANDLER'S News Office, STAFFORD SPRINGS, CONN. Good stock of STATIONERY, including NOTE PAPER and ENVELOPES in latest styles, always on hand, also Fruits in Season, Nuts, Confectionery, Toys, aud Fancy Goods. F. J. CHANDLER. J W . C H A N D L E R ' S Strong and reliable Hartford, New York and Eng-lish companies represented. INSURANCE AGENCY, Also agent for Mutual Companies paying 18 to 88 per cent, yearly dividends. STAFFORD SPRINGS, Strength, Reliability and Honorable Adjustments. Give us a call before Insuring elsewhere. WARREN'S BLOCK, - - upstairs. Stafford Springs, Feb. 11,1878. Jy|"EW S T O R E . R. S. BEEBE A SON HAVE REOPENED THE OLD STORE,AT STAF-FORD HOLLOW, recently occupied as a s*ove and tin shop by J. Glover, and have stocked the ssme with aiWfcntirely new assortment of D r y G o o d s, G r o c e r i e s , B o o t s a n d S h o e s , T o b a c c o, a n d o t k e r g o o d s usually kept In stock by country merchants,to which they invite the attention of careful buyers, conident of their ability and dis-position to sell goode as low as can be found at any store in town. A Iskare of public patronage is so-licited. Stafford, May 6, 1876. p U M P S . Just received from the manufacturers a lot of the celebrated Baw.o ck A Son C u c u m b e r and S e l f E m p t y i n g b u c k et W O O D E N P U M P S. Which I am ready to set at short notice, in Staf-ford or adjoining u*wna, for reasonable prices. Or-ders by mail will receive prompt attention. In or-dering give depth of well, fee. Address AUGUSTUS ALDEB. Stafford, Conn. Parties wishing to set their own poutpe will receive s liberal discount, and instructions eh*n-f illy given. Industria et copia* Holyoke Con-dita A. D. 1850. Clvico Klim-ine Donata, 1878. AR A R E Chance f o r Investment In the rapidly growing C i t y o f H e l y e k e ; ~ wonder of the any part of the city at the lowest figures, very small payments down. Money furnished for building purpose*. Always read: ' " - — — ady to exchange for Country property. Call on or address F. C . W H I T I N G , ~ — - - - ' irand Att" ~ * Holyoke, Real Estate Broker and A t t e s t Law, s OMETHING NEW.—BECKWIT H a r n e s s P a s t e , '<* OILING AND DRESSING HARNESSES, Renewing aad Enlivening to the Original Color, and keeping Harness in every respect, except 'circumference.* made to order and never used the usual wear,as p o d a s w b ~ N e w^ and Dealer in DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS PERFUMERY. HAIR RESTORATIVES, PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, Ac., &c. Holiday Goods, and Toys. NUTS, FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, Cigars and Tobacco, Boots, Shoes, and Rubbers, G e n t s F u r n i s h i n g G o o d s , PERKINS £ HOUSE'S NON-EXPLOSIVE LAMPS and (FIXTURES. He invites all his old friends and n friends to caU and examine his Stock. At Ms 014 Stand in Page's Block. Thanking thein for past favors he hopes by honest dealing to receive his share of the public's patronage. Stafford Springs, Dec. 17, 1873. My drug store will be open on Sundays, tor the preperation of prescriptions, from 9 to 10 a. m. 4 to 8. and 8 to 9 p. m. A SUMMER MORNING. BY A DBBSSHAKEB. How gracefully each meadow wears Its nice green paletot, With buttercups and daisies trimmed Extremely comme il faut! Along the sky those summer clouds That float so soft and cool Seem to the thoughtful gazer's eye Of puffiug of white tulle. In many a glade the eglantine Her clustering leafage sets, And beautifully decks herself With tasteful, neat rosettes. Down on the shore the waves come in, While pale foam edges them, And look like flounces of blue silk With white lace at the hem. On foliage boughs the robin sings In joy s most sweet excess, Her scarlet jacket suiting well Her glossy satin dress. Oh, when among the cherries red Each robin eats and trills, It pleases me to see the dears Send in their little bills! [From the Stamford Advocate.] CORRESPONDENCE.' J ^ J O N U M E N T A L W O R KS —OF— J. H. COOK * CO., Spring-field, Mass. Monuments, Tablets, Plain Gravestones, Fences, Curbing;, etc., AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. All varieties and best designs of Scotch and English Granite Monuments constantly on hand and imported to order. W. F. ^ook, of the above firm, will visit Stafford and vicinity at regular intervale, and will then take orders for all varieties of work. We desire to express Ohr thanks to the people of Stafford for their liberal patronage during the past year, and will solicit a continuance of the same which we shall endeavor to deserve. ' We refer to the following persons in regard to the qnality of our work and manner of dealing, or to afcy of our numerous customers. Chester 8cripture, B. F. Tavlor, John Brown, Geo. O. Cleveland, Elijah Puffer, James Thresher, Austin Holt, Thomas Warren. g BURR, - R O C K V I L L E, Repairs and paints furniture; covers lounges, so fas, Ac., and does various kinds of light jobbing Cupboards, Desks, Ac., made to order. Mattresses picked over. Cane Chairs reseated. Lap, Slurt, Bosom, Sleeve and Bread Boards. Second-hand goods taken in exchange for work. g O B E U T FENTON, Civil Engineer and Surveyor O f f i c e i n U n i o n B l o c k , W I L L I M A N T | C, C O N N. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Al charges reasonable. J J X C E L S I O B WINDOW SHADE, A new and Beat thing. Call and aee them at B . F . T A Y L O R ' S BO. 8 0OUTH-ST., 8TJ&YQSSD SPBBTO8. g A V I N G S B A ? n | o f ^ A F F O R D (Located In Warren's Block.) Deposits will draw interest from the 1st of each month. Compounded semi-annually. A. HOWARD, Treasurer. P R E S I D E N T - - B. W. PATTEN. Vic* PRESIDENTS. WM. SMITH, ROBBINS PATTEN. CHAS. WARREN. DIRECTORS. W. H. Coolev, T.ucian Holt, M. P. J. Walker, Orrin Converse, S. W. Page, M. H. Kinney, E. T. Converse. A. HOWARD, SEOBETABT AND TREASURER. the Condition of the S A V I N G S R A N K , at STATEMENT of S T A F F O R D Stafford Springs, Conn., (Office in Stafford National Bank,) J u l y l , 1878: RESOURCES. Loans on Real Estate $119,863 76 Bank Stocks 122.183 99 Town Bonds 7,000 00 Due from Stafford Nat'nal Bank, 24,266 8t Cash on hand, 9,963 96 LIABILITIES. Deposits $863,858 64 Surplus 3,000 00 Interest 9,719 $276,878 82 -$876,278 62 July 1st, 1878. We, the undersigned, hereby certify that we have this day examined the books and securities of the Stafford Savings Bank, and And the above statement correct, and in our judgment tbe investments are all safely made. JULIUS CONVERSE, I . W. CRANE, GEO. M. J V E S . J J O M E M U T U A L F I R E I N S U R A N C E COMPANY, Stafford Springs, Conn. Authorized Guarantee Capital, $100,000 Cash Guarantee Capital, paid in, $30,000 OFFICERS: GEO. M. I V E S - - - PRBBIDENT. R. W. PATTEN - - - Vras-PBian>ENT. DIRECTORS: R. W. Patten, Julius Converse, G. M. Ives, L. W. Crane, W. D. Heald, Chas. L. Dean, M. A. Marcy. J. F. CHAMEERLIN, Secretary, R. S. HICKS, Treasurer. This company is now prepared to issue policies npon the Bafer kinds of property, at L o w R a t e s . Insuring against damage by Fire, also damage by Lightning vhenjke does not ensue. A portion of the insurance business in Stafford and vicinity is rspectfully solicifed. Applications for agencies addressed to the compa-ny at Stafford Springs, Conn., will receive proper at-tention. Stafford Springs, Conn., Dec. 18,1874. tf PAESONAOE, SOUTH COVENTRY.) July 12 th, 1875. f Having just returned from a row on the lake, of which I made mention in my laSt, in terms which may have seemed enthusiastic, I wish now to refer to it again for the purpose of emphasizing the highest praise I then put upon it. The half, I know I did not tell you, of this lovliest feature in our landscape. Un-der a clear blue sky, such as that which to-day looked down upon it, its waters are of sur-passing clearness. Seen from the surround-ing hilltops the blue depths are exceedingly rich, with the light of as soft a sky ss ever mirrored itself in classic waters. Seen when at perfect rest, as^it occasionally is, a more perfect mirror never reflected hill-side, or rock, or grain, or grass, or flower, or bird, in any classic land. But seen from its own lap, as one easily pulls his oar along the lake, words fail to tell what a fiction of beauty these hill-slopes trace all about him. Rich fields clustered over with fresh foliage ever varying in their man-ifold tints, rise upward in every direction till they reach the clear cut horizon, in lines of beauty, only to invest themselves with even greater distinctness all over the glassy sur-face. The distant tree tops stretch down just beyond the reach of your oar. Yonder row of mowers on the far off hill side, swinging their scythes in silence beneath the undisturb-ed waters over which you are gliding. Yon elegant mansion, overlooking the anoestral acres of a goodly line of the Coventry How-ards, looks up at you from the far down depths which stretch so far away beneath it. How real all this mirrored fiction seems. The very fringes which so soften the light from tbe flowing chestnut trees, float tremulously in their strange beauty, as if rivaling the cor.il treasures of Indian seas. But if so clear and true to all the minutest features of these sur-rounding landscapes, how suddenly these pic-tures on the water disappear. A slight breath brushes meadow and forest, men and tree-trunks, houses and all their surroundings in-to a medley of such confusion that not a sin-gle feature of any one of all these forms can be seen. The same beauty is on the green earth still, but on the fickle water only a shimmer or a shudder. And so we row the whole distance around the lake, aboot four and a half miles, every where encircled by perpetaally shifting scenes of rural, summer beauty. At one moment the surface, wave-less and without sign of slightest ripple, save what the slender oar makes, looks as serene, pnd still and deep as the cloudless sky itself, into whose pure depths you look and gaze, but from which your wondering scrutiny re-ports no sounding; and at the next, it may be. some sudden shock seems to bave smitten and shivered every inch of your mirror way out to its hill-ribbed leafy frame. But the beauty of this lake is not all there is of it worth having. Its utilities are mani fold. Drawing its supplies not fioin tbe heated surface of the earth, but from its sub-terranean Bprings, it gives UB more than a square mile of cooling Rurface for our hottest days. Welling up here in its elevated basin, so far above the most of our houses, so far above our mill sitta, and so near to both, it is a perpetual promise to us of a bountiful sup-ply of pure water for all family uses, and steady current of power for such uses as our needs require and our ingenuity can con trol. Of the slender stream issuing from this spring-fed lake, murmuring its devious way eastwardly towards tbe valley of the Willi mantic, resting now for a little in the cosy mill ponds which become so many lesser lakes to gem tbe entire course, and now rushing through artificial flumes to leap with intelli gent and beneficent purpose upon resistless mill wheels, geared to tireless industries, we might well write with delight and in thank-fulness. Let it now suffice that this our faithful agent, fed without cost, guided at slight expense, turned easily this way or that, as man's interests or wishes dictate, before entering the WiUimantic for greater service still, stops on its way thirteen times to do over again tbe same friendly service in aid of our busy people. x. B. H. Q O A L ! C O A L ! ! L U M B E R , ! L U M B E R ! A Full Assortment of C O A L a n d L U M B E R , S H I N G L E S , L A T H, MOULDINGS, and BUILDING MATE-RIALS, generally, will be kept constantly on hand at Johnson's & Brockbank's old stand, at Reasonable Prices. CALL AND EXAMINE. C. J . H O L M E S . "Stafford Springs, Oct. 1, 1873. ^ M. K N I G H T & SON, 363 Main-St., - - Springfield, Mass. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN P L U M B E R S ' M A T E R I A L S . Price* guaranteed as low as in New York or Boston. First-class workmen sent to s ay part of the country. Twenty-five years experience t a b l e s to warrant satisfaction. «m84wp ' U N E R A L j F L O l F L O W E R S . — C UT R E A I H S j a n d CHOI by «SrPicture8qne indeed, writes a correspon-dent of the Springfield Union, is the region where the retnaintf of the brave Gen. Nathan-iel Lyon repose in the Pboeuixville (Eastford) cemetery. The burial ground is on a hillside, and is half overgrown with brush and weeds, while several dilapidated woolen faotories hard by are fast going to decay. • The Lyon family lot itself is not neglected, and the monument erected by his friends shows an eqnestrian figure of the little general, in has relief. About two miles distant is the farm house where he wad born and the little school house where he began the education that was finished at West Point, and in the same neighborhood still lives Lorenzo Lyon, a brother of the general. He tieasures the hero's watch, worn by him when he fell at Wilson's creek, Angust 10, 1861; also the commission of brigadier general, issued and signed the day previous, August 9, by Presi-dent Lincoln, to date from Lyon's capture of Camp Jaokson in May—• document Lyon never saw. 6TAn Irish girl, employed in a Philadel-phia kitchen, received the following letter: "San Francisco, July 10. My Dear Sister : I have just received a letter from the parish priest of S t Bridget's Abbey, who informs me that our uncle Patrick is dead, and has left an estate of £60,000. We are his nearest of kin, and consequently aa rich as blazes. I'll write ye agin. Hopin' this finds you aa it leaves me, I remain your darling brother, Rafferty." She said to her mistress: "Av coorse I'll finish the dinner I'm coo kin' yez, but ita purely a matter av accommodation," CTMr. Donaldson's fiancee ia said to be confident of his safety. "What do I think ?" she remarked to a Chicago reporter, "why, I think I'll live to go up in a balloon with him some day myself. He will coate back, be-duufe b* *ad he would." - [Published by Authority ] P u b l i c A c t s o f t h e S t a t e o f C o n n e c t , i c u t . Passed at the May Sesssion of the Ge neral Assem-bly, 1878. [House Bill No. 3.] CHAPTER VI. An act in relation to ooasting on highways. Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Repre-aentatives, In General Assembly convened: Every town and borough i n t h i s state may, at any town or borough meeting specially warned and held f o r tbe purpose, make and adopt such by-laws and regulations as may be deemed proper f o r the prevention of coast i n g on the public highways, public grounds, and to regulate the use o f t h e same f o r a ny purpose whatever; provided, that n o penalty f o r the v i o l a t i on of any such by-laws «bqll ex-ceed twenty-five dollars. Approved June 18, 1878. [House Bill No. 48.] CHAPTER VII. An act amending an act in relation to the in-ternal police of the state,being title 16 ohap ter 7, part 1, section 21. Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Repre-sentatives, in General Assembly convened: That title sixteen, chapter seven, part one, section twenty-o ne of the general statutes of 1875, be and the same is hereby amended by adding to the third line of said section, after the word "it," the following words: "or the property of any person." And by adding to the fifth line of said 'section, after the word "horses," the following words: "or other property of any person." Approved June 18, 1878. [House BuTno. 43.] CHAPTER VIII. An act relating to crimes and punishments. Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Repre-sentatives, in General Assembly convened : Sec. 1. Every person who shall willfully and maliciously burn or otherwise destroy or injure any biidge, lock, dam, or flume, or any pile or parcel of wood, boards, timber, or other lumber of another shall be punished by imprisonment in the state prison, not exceed-ing sevne years, or by fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in a jail or town or county work house, not exceeding one year. Sec. 2. All acts and parts of acts inconsistent here-with are hereby repealed. Approved June^S, 1878. [House Bill No. 40.] CHAPTER IX. An Act relating to Oaths. Be It Enacted by the Senate and House of Eepre sentatives, in General Assembly convened: , Clerks of courts may administer oaths, and take affidavits and depositions in all cases where the same may be required, and any oath that may have been heretofore adminis-tered by any clerk of a court shall be deemed to be legal and valid. Approved, June 18,1873. " [House Bill No. 38.] CHAPTER X. An act regulating the official terms of nota-ries public and comissioners of deedj. Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Repre-sentatives, in General Assembly convened: Sec. 1. All notaries public, hereafter com-missioned by tbe governor, shall hold office from the date of tbelr comxeianon MM* the period of two yeara from the fourth day of July, of the year in which they shall be respectively commissioned, unless their com-mission shall be sooner revoked by the gov-ernor. Sec. 2. T b e terms of office of all commis-sioners o f d e e d s appointed by the governor in accordance with part e i g h t e e n , title three, re-v i s e d statutes, shall commence with the, date of the commission and continue five years f r om said date, unless sooner revoked. Sec. 3. This act shall take effect on its passage. Approved June 18,1878. [House Bill No. 127.] CHAPTER XI. An act in addition to and in alteration of fen act relating to fisheries. Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Repre-sentatives, in General Assembly convened : Sec. 1: Every person who shall take, sell or have in his possession with intent to sell, or destroy, any lobsters less than eight inches long, measuring from the head to the end of the tail, exclusive of claws and feelers, or any female lobster with the ova or spawn attach-ed, shall be fined not less than ten, nor more than fifty dollars, half to be paid to him who shall sue therefor, and half to the town in which the offence is committed, or be impris-oned not exceeding thirty days, or both, and all acts inconsistent with thia act are hereby repealed. Sec. 2. This act shall take effect from and after its passage. Approved, June ISth, 1875. [House Bill No. SS.] CHAPTER XII. \ n act relating to salaries and fees, being in in alteration of title 13, chapter vra., of the general statutes. Be It Enacted by the Senate and House of Repre-sentatives, In General Assembly convened: Sec. 1. Clerks of courts shall receive for making all necessary records and certificates of naturulixation, as follows, to wit: for dec-laration of intention to become a citizen and certificate thereof, fifty cents. For naturali-zation and certificate of citizenship, one dollar. See. 2. A11 acts and parts of acts inconsistent here-with are hereby repealed. Approved June '24,1878. [House Bill No. 187.] CHAPTER x n i . An act concerning sheriffs. Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Repre-sentatives, in General Assembly convened; That the number of deputy sheriffs to be appointed for Fairfield county shall not ex-ceed thirteen, instead of eleven as now pro-vided by law. Approved June 34, 1878. [Senate Bill No. 86.] CHAPTER XIV. An act in relation to lands. Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Repre-sentatives, in General Assembly convened: Whenever any railroad company shall make and properly execute a deed in free simple of any lands which said company has derived by purchase, said deed by said railroad company shall effectually convey the title to said land, and when by said company so conveyed shall be to the absolute use of the giantee. Approved June 34, 1875. [Senate Bill No. 9.] CHAPTER XV. An act in alteration of an act entitled an act in relation to liens. Be it Enacted by tbe Senate and House of Repre-sentatives in General Assembly convened : Sec. 1. That section nine of chapter seven, title eighteen, of the revised statutes be, and the same is, hereby amended by striking out of tly» tenth and eleventh lines of said section, the words "provided that no such lien shall attach to any estate not owned by the party against whom such claim exists," and after tbe word "amount" in the third line of said section inserting the worda, "by virtue of an agreement with or by consent of the owner of the land upon whioh snob building ia ereot-ed, or some person having authority from, or rightfully acting for such owner, in procur-ing or furnishing sueh labor or materials." [Senate Bill No. 31.] CHAPTER XVI. An act Repealing tbe 31st section, part 1, chapter vii, of an act relating to the inter-nal police of the state. Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Repre sentatiVes in General Assembly^convened : Sec. 1. That tbe thirty-first section of chap-ter seven, title sixteen, part one, revised stat-utes of 1875, providing for the payment to the owners of land, for damages caused by changing the grade of highways be, and the same hereby is, repealed. Sec. 5. This act shall take effect from its passage. Approved June 84,1676. [House Bill No. 34.] CHAPTER XVII. An act to authorize towns to establish fire department, being in addition to chapter n. of title 7 of the general statutes. Be it.Enacted.by the Senate^and House of Represen tatives in General Assembly convened: Sec. 1. Any town may establish and main-tain a fire department within its limits, and at any meeting specially warned for the purpose, may make appropriations and lay taxes to support the same and may make bylaws to govern the same and protect property in its limits from fire ; but this statute shall not ba operative within the limits of any city, borough, or incorporated fire district which has an established fire department Approved June 24T1S75. [Senate Bill No. 80.] CHAPTER XVIII. An act in alteration of an act relating to spe-cial taxes on corporations. Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Repre-seutath es in General Assembiy convened : Sec. 1* The secretary or treasurer of every life insurance company chartered by this state, and doing business in whole or in part upun the plan of mutual insurance, including all companies whose policy-holders have a right to participate in its profits, shall, on or before the fifteenth day of February, annually, ren-der to the comptroller a sworn statement of the total amount of its assets on the preceding thirty-first day of December, with a detailed enumeration of such asssts and the market value thereof, the amount of premium notes held by it, its ascertained and unpaid losses on that day, and if said company be also in part a stock company, the stock whereof is by law taxable, the market value of the assets belonging to the stock department of said company. Sec. 2. The board of equalization shall ex-amine and correct all statements and returns made to the comptroller in pursuance of the foregoing section, and in case any such com pany shall not make the return herein pre-scribed, said board shall, upon the best infor-mation it can obtain, make out, within ten days after the time above limited for making such returns, the statement required to be made by snch company, and such statement or return so corrected or made out, shall be conclusive as to the market value and amount of the assets of said company. Sec. 3. Every such insurance company shall annually on or before the 25th day of February pay to the state as a tax on its cor-porate franchise a sum equal to one-half of one per cent, on the whole amount of its pre-mium notes and on the market value of all its other assets, deducting, however, the amount of its ascertained and unpaid losses, the market value of its real estate liable to taxation in this state, the market value of any bonds owned by it which have been heretofore issued by this state, or by any town or city in this state in aid of the construction of any railroad, and which by the laws of this state are exempt from taxation ; the market value of tbe assets belonging to its stock department; and said tax so paid shall be in lieu of all oth-er taxes on the assets of said company, except on its taxable stock and on real estate held by it, over and above what may be necessarily used by it in transacting its appropriate busi ness. Sec. 4. If any person whose duty it shall be to make such returns shall fail to do so within the time limited, he shall forfeit five thousand dollars to the state, and if any insur-ance company required by this statute to make any payment shall fail so to do within tbe time herein limited, it shall forfeit to the state twice the amount required for such pay-ment. Sec. 8 This act shill take effect from its passage. Approved June 34,1875. [Senate Bill No. 43.] CHAPTER XIX. An act in alteration of an act relating to spe-cial taxes on corporations. Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Repre-sentatives, in General Assembly convened: Sec. 1. The secretary or treasurer, of each fire insurance company chartered by this state, which does business, in whole or in part, up-on the plan of mutual insurance, including every company whose policy-holders have a right to participate in its profits, shall, on or before the twentieth day of January, annual-ly, render to the comptroller a sworn state-ment showing the total amount of its assets on the preceding thirty-first day of December, and containing a detailed enumeration of such assets, and the market value thereof, the amount of premium notes held by i t and its ascertained and unpaid losses on that day, with the balance remaining after deducting from said total amount of unpaid losses, and the market value of any bonds owned by it which bave been heretofore issued by this state, or by any town or city in this state, in aid of tbe construction of any railroad, and which by the laws of this state are exempt from taxation, and the premium not6£ held by it. Sec. 2. The board of equalization shall ex-amine and correct all statements and returns made to the comptroller in pursuance of the foregoing section, and in case any such com-pany shall not make the return herein pre-scribed, said board shall, upon the best in-formation it can obtain, make out within ten days after the time above limited for making such returns, the statement required to be made by such company, and such- statement or return so corrected, or made out shall be conclusive as to the market value and amount of the assets of said company. Sec. 3. Each of such mutual fire insurance companies shall annually on or before the thirtieth day of January, pay to the state, as a tax upon its corporate franchise, a sum equal to three-fourths of one per cent upon the amount of the balance remaining as afore-said : and said tax so paid shall be in lieu of of all other taxes on the assets of said com-pany, except upon the real estate held by it, - over and above what may be necessarily us^d by it in transacting its appropriate baainsss. Sec. If any person whose duty it shall be to make such returns shall fail to do so, within the time limited, be shall forfeit five thousand dollars to the state, and if any in-surance company required by this statute to make any payment, shall fail to do so within the time herein limited, it shall forfeit to the state twice the amount required for such pay-ment « Sec. 8. This act shall take effect from its passage. Approved June 24, 1878. [Senate Bill No. 46.] CHAPTER XX. An act relating to tho winding up of life in-surance companies. Be i t En acted by the Senate and House of Repre-sentatives in General Assembly convened: Sec. 1. If the insurance commissioner shall at any time find from any report, examination, or otherwise, that tbe assets of any company incorporated by thia state to grant insurance or make contiacts contingent upon lives, are less than its liabilities, or if such company shall fail to comply with any of tbe require-ments of law, he may notify it to cease tha is-sue of new policies,-or the dividends to stock-holders and policy holders, or both, until the deficiency be made good or the law complied with; and he may, and if it appears to him that the assets of suoh company are less than three-fourths of its liabilities, he shall bring his petition to the superior court of the coun-ty in whioh the principal office of such com-pany is located, if in session, and . if not to a judge of the supreme of errors, praying for the appointment of a receiver, and that the oharter of suoh company may be annulled; snd said court or judge shall forthwith issue a ci-tation to sueh company to appear at a day and plaoe to be named therein, and answer to said portion; and if, upon tbe hearing of said pbthian, nod ctart ti* judge shall And tbe as-
|Title||Tolland County press, 1875-08-05|
|Newspaper family||Tolland County press|
|Subject||Stafford Springs (Conn.) -- Newspapers; Stafford (Conn.) -- Newspapers; Tolland County (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Weekly; Publication dates: -v. 25, no. 52 (Mar. 29, 1883); Notes: Independent, <1868-1871>; Republican, <1871-1876>. Cf. Rowell, 1869-1875, 1877; Editors: J. McLaughlin, H.C. McLaughlin <1868-1871>; J. McLaughlin, <1872-1876> ; Publishers: J. & H.C. McLaughlin, <1868-1871>; Description based on: Vol. 14, no. 9 (May 4, 1871)|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.S78 P74|
|Relation||Related title: Coventry local register; Preceding title: Tolland County press and Stafford news letter; Succeeding title: Press (Stafford Springs, Conn.)|
|Publisher||J. & H.C. McLaughlin|
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$1,000 aud over from only %50. They paid in a sin-gle
day over $40,000, for which only $3,000 was re-ceived,
or $37,000 net profit to various people. Thty
employed continuously from twelve to fifteen com-petent
book kee pen* and assistants. With this
strong force they sre often com pellcd to remain at
their work until midnight. This energetic firm well
deserve* tbe credit of being fhe leading bouse in
their branch of business, it is most wonderful to ac-knowledge
that they have established this bufines*
in the short space of five years.
They bave customers who reside in nearly every
State of the Union, the Dominion of Canada; from
the Island of Cuba they receive orders from persons
who are continually dealing in stocks. Their busi-ness
has become so extensive that two ex|>erienccd
correspondents are employed to attend to their ad-vertising
accounts. Their cards may be read in eve-ry
first-class newspaper published in the United
States. To this they attribute a portion of their
success, We advise tho9e desiring to placc their
business wilh a firm possessing tbe very highest
record for uprightness, and who conduct their busi-ness
npon honest principles, to deal with this boase.
They also issue a weekly report of the condition
of affairs in Wall street, which they are glad to mail
free, for one year, to any one who desires and con-templates
Send for it-— Evening Mail X. Y.
New York Commercial Advertiser says:
"The Rankinsr House of Alexander Frothing am
& Co.. No. 12 Wall street, has in its employ twelve
be ok-keepers and assistants There are other stock
p-ivilege firms who employ from three to six men.
This firm have established their entire business dur-ing
the lost five years."
Boston Daily News says:
"Messrs. Alexander Protbingham & Co., will fur-nish
to thos« desiring to invest in Wall street, ex-planatory
circulars containing detailed statements
and quotations, and many - 'points" of great value tn
tbe uninitiated. Their office is at No. 12 Wall street,
New York City.
New York Graphic save:
••This old established house offers facilities for
speculating with an investment of money ranging
$50 to any amount, and gives small investors the
same advantage as those who invest thousands of
dollars. During the last month investments ot $(00
ooanany stocks have returned profits of $900 to $S,-
800. This seems marvelous to those unaccustomed
to Wall street operations, nevertheless it is true, as
substantiated by the fluctuation of prices at the Stock
Hartford, Providence and Fish-kill
Railroad. Cn and after June 7,1875. trains
will leave as follow*:
GOING EAST :
Eartford f o r Providence. (Way) at 6.30 a m., and 8.18
p m; Express, 10 a m.
Boston, 6.30 a m, and 9.18 p m, via B&P RR.
New Bedford, 6.30 and 10 a m. and 2.15 pm.
N A W K R North, 10 am.
" South, 6 30, a m, 2.15 p ra.
WiUimantic, 6.30, 10, a m, 1.35, 2.15, 6.80,
and 10 p m.
Boston and Way Stations, via B U A E R R
1.3s p m.
N L N R R, North, 6.30 a m, 2.15 p m.
" South, 6.30 am. 2.15, 6.20 p m.
Rockville and South Manchester, 6.30,10 a m,
1 35, 2.15, 5, 6.20, and 10, p. m.
Willimanticfor Providence, 7.50,11.25, a m,3,4 5p m.
Plainfield for Providence, 6.45, 6.40, a m, 12.20, and
4.40 p m.
Washington for Providence, 5.40, 8.00,9.40, a m, 1.05,
3.50, and 5.35, p m. Sstnrays, 7.40 p m.
Waterburv for Hartford, 7.55,11.50a in.and4,80 p m.
Providence, 7.55, If .50 a IR.
Wlllim'tic,Norwich,and N London,4.30 p m
Bristol lor Hartford. 7,8.40 a m, 12.38, 5.10, 7.45p m.
New Britain for Hartford, 6.00, 7.30, 8.08 a m, l.'JS
2.30, 5.38. 8.15 p m.
Providence for Tlartfo^l, 7 a m , 5.15 p m (Way), Ex-press,
12.35 p m. >
Conn. Western and Conn. Valley R Roads,
7 a m , 12.35 pm.
New Haven. New York, and Springfield
7 a m , 12.35 and 5.15 p m.
Plainfield, 7, 10.10 a m.18.35, 5 15 p m,
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