Published by CAKItrNGTOST & CO.
THE LARGEST RAIlVSf KEWSPAPER IM THE CITY.
OFFICE 400 STATE STREET.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1882.
Price Four Cento.
We are now opening fall siyles in Foulards and Momie
A full line of 8 Button Mousquetaire Kid Ctfores in the
Terra Cotta shades.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
a line assortment in fall styles.
-We are now showing:
We are offering: these Roods at very low
is the time to purchase and save money.
gome special Bargains in Honey Comb and Marseilles
Ladies' Cloths in all the new shades.
Special Bargains in Gents' Half Hose at 25c and 35c.
OUR NO. 1.
An Unlaundried Shirt, made of wight anchor cotton,
Linen Cuffs, Neck Band and Reinforced, at the low price
We are closing out
and the Balance of our Summer stock at less cost.
V It iA
A Gossamer Cloak
for Ladies that can
be worn either as a
Call and examine it.
i7S Clitxrcli St., cor. Ccsiter.
F. C. TUTT17E!. Proprietor.
J. N. Adam & Co,
SEABLES' GREAT RHEUMATIC CURE !
A Specific for the Cure of Rheumatism and Nothing Else.
Certain to Cure if Directions are Strictly Followed.
Address all orders to
ROBERT N. SEARLES, NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT.
, For sale by all first-class Druggists.
M-R m?A"RTES- Hew Haven, July 24, 1882.
jujs. b""-? Deae glB t to say for the benefit of all who are suffering with
Inflammatory Bheumatism that your medicine is infallible. Suffered for two months the
Sost excruciating torture ; loBt 35 lbs. of flesh, and was not out of my house for a month ;
heard of tout remedy, and was almost instantly relieved. If there is a specific for disease
of any kind, your'smost certainly is for Inflammatory Kheumatism in its severest form.
Yonra most respectfully, WAt- P. COKBIT,
au9 respecting, pastor George st. M E. Church, New Haven. Ct.
PAIBS PANTS PER WEEK.
We have BOO different styles to select
from. Also a full line of the best Merchant
Tailoring Goods at popular prices.
L. H. FREEDMAN,
9 CHUBOH STREET.
ST. B. Pants made to order at six
hours notice if requisite. ma3l
DR. G. F. PETERSON,
SB Elm Street.
Corner of Orange,
tVew HlU. flee
I . For v- Inventors.
SEND MODEL, SKETCH." DESCRIPTION
OP IWVTEItTION TO
H. K. JOHNSON & GQ.u.'c.
MILLS & HABSDEN.
Attorneys and Councilors at Ijaw.
COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS.for New York, Mas
sachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania Illinois
Georgia, Florida, North Carolina. South Carolina
uauionua, Kansas, rinoae isiana, lows, .new .lersay,
Minnesota, Ohio, Louisiana, So.
Oolleotlons made in all part, of the United 8tates,at
lowest rates, tnroogh reliable correspondents. JaS
BOOK of account opened or closed. A.ooounts ad
justed. Notarial business attended to at rooms
of Yale Buslnoes College by .
. GEOBGE SHERMAN,
Boom 87, Insurance Building.
Edward B. Clarke & Co.,
House. Sign. Decorative Painters,
And Paper Hangers.
Kalsoiiningr Graining and : Glazing.
DEALEBS IN ' . "
Plain, & Decorative Wall fapere, Paints,
Oils, stud Bros -of every de
scription. ': Agents tor Valen
tine's Vatrnishes, Colors, etc., etc.
Order by mail promptly attended to.
Chapel Street, Corner
el If ,--: New Haven, Oonn.
rrffll bert In use, the best made, and they are th.
JL best Refrigerator for you to buy. Ixok at them
before purchasing, and you will buy no other.
Aak for the EBDY. Sold by
W. T. CANNON & CO.,
BjyiW aoo State Strmt. ww n
R. F. Bxurwell,
viet SZnlloUne, Cor. CUttrcri rn.na Chap
i Streets. .
Boy Wanted, wltti
Corner of Grove and Palace Street.,
T hm nnaneri market with a Ohoioe lot Of Meats,
Fiah, Vegetables, Fruit, Butter, etc., for the accom
modation of my shore customers
Thanking all for past patronage and soliciting a
continuance OI tne same, j. remain
; J.23 1 m J. ML BAXuU W1IN.
S. W. SEARI-B,
Surveyor and Civil Engineer,
5 Conn. Savings Bank BoUdl
ENGLAND CONSERVATORY OF
MHOIP & SCHOOL OF ENGLISH
IN THE HEART OF BOSTON.
RARE ADVANTAGES, LOW RATES.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR. E.TOURJES.
MRS. J. A. WttlOHT, 98 Orange Street, New H
Ten. Hours from 9 a. m to 8 p. m. apH d
. 88 Crown Street.
The Best Quality Canned Meats,
Smoked Sturgeon (Albany beef).
Pickled Lambs Tongues by the do a,
Pickled Slioed ToDgues by the pound.
Pickled Pigs feet by the pound.
Boiled Haui by the pound.
Imported Ham Hausage.
Imported 8 iss Cheese
Durham Creamery Butter.
Beef Tenderloin, 30c per can.
Pott d Ham, 22c per can.
Potted Tongue, 28o per can.
Potted Chicken, Sue per can.
Lunch Tongues, 40c per can.
8-lb. can. of Goose, with Jelly, 8oo per can.
2-lb. can. Bast Beef, 5o per can.
Deviled Chicken, tia per can.
Deviled Turkey, 3o per can.
Deviled Ham, iJOo per can.
Deviled Tongue, 86o p-r can.
Hnokln'a Bandwloh 'i'UTkey, too per can.
Hnokin'a Sandwich Chicken, 35o per can.
Huokin'.Mandwioh Ham, .-o per can.
liiiou jar Spiced Tongues, 43o.
Durkee'a Salad Dressing, 43c.
8 lb. cans Br ok Trout, 45c
3 lb. cans Turkey, 35o.
3 lb. cans Chicken, 36c
3 lb. can. Goose, 85o.
3 lb. can. Duok, Sso.
Tina Wine and Liquors.
AKPBZW QOODMLAN, No. 88 Grown St.,
Km Koala Hall doors from Churoh street.
KMirter and Union oopy. if
Chas. S. Hamilton,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
7 YALE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,
Corner Chapel and State Street.,
Notary Public New Haven, Conn,
E. P. ARVINE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Booms 9 and 11. 69 Clrarcn St.
"zL f DR. f
(BEFORE AND - AFTER
BEFORE AND - AFTER
Electric Appliance! are sent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
"TTTHO are Buffering from Nervous Debilitt,
YV Lost Vitauty, Lace of Neevb Force and
Vigor, Wasting Weaknesses, and all those diseases
of a Personal Naturb resulting from Abuses and
Other, Causes. Speedy relief and complete resto
ration of H.KAX.TH, Vigor and Manhood Guaranteed.
The grandest diseovery of the Nineteenth Century
Send at once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address
VOLTAIC BEIT CO., MARSHALL IWICH.
FINEST AND CHEAPEST MEAT
FLAVOURING STOCK FOR SOUPS,
MADE DISHES & SAUCES.
. X AWT XT -otVi
;,.M mJ.t.1,lo in .11 auuM .1 weak dtoeaHon U&U X1UJM. genuine wim
and debiiitj. fac-simile of Baron Liebig's Signa-
" Is a success and a boon for which Nations should feel grateful." ture in Blue Ink across Label. This
See Medical Prets, Lancet, British Medical Journal, e. OoiiHnu i -npnnaaarv owintr to
To be had of all Storekeepers, Grocers, and Chemists. Caution IS neoeSSarj, Z
Sole Agents for the United States (wholesale onlf) O. aid A Co., various cheap and inferior sm-
i, Fenchurch Avenue, London, England. stitUtes beinsr in the Market.
WO. 9. ORAKGE STREET.
Splendid line of Ladies' Shopping' and Traveling
Sags, Gents' Traveling Bags. large stock of Trunks,
Unliaren's Toy TrunKS. cancy vassaia in new ana
ilegant styles. For Bugs at low prices.
NO. 97 ORANGE STREET.
No. 47 Crown street, Now Haven, Conn.
Reference Wm. Hale. Telephone to Hal.'s Stable
Dr. McHugh ha been in practice 7 yeare. e!9 tf
Autfustus A. Ball.
ORNAMENTAL Iron Bailing Works, 16 Audubon
street. New Haven, Conn., manufacturer of
Iron Fences, Orates. Doors. 8tairs, Shatters, Balco
nies and Cresting. ; also Fire Proof Vault., Iron Col
umns, Girders, Illuminated Tile, etc All binds of
rem Work for public buildings and prisons, Boo
ts.BridwKOlts. eto - oil it
Mattes, irfpcI4 ffe.
GO TO DURANT'S
With your rpair-
ing, who employs
nearly double as ma
ny workmen as any I
other liwoler in the
city Bottom prices
for first qua'lty work
Badges and Society
Fins made to order
on the premises at
v v w J f
At very low prices.
J. 11. G. DURANT,
38 and 40 Church Street.
is given by using Brown's
Iron Bitters. In the
Winter it strengthens and
warms the system; in the
Spring ft enriches the blood
and conquers disease in the
Summer it gives tone to the
nerves and digestive organs ;
in the Fall it enables the
system to stand the shock
of sudden changes.
In no way can disease be
so surely prevented as by
keeping the system m per
fect condition. Brown's
Iron Bitters ensures per
fect health through the
changing seasons, it disarms
the danger- from impure
.water and miasmatic air,
and it prevents Consump
tion, Kidney and Liver Dis
H. S. Berlin, Esq., of the
well-known firm of H. S.
Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le
Droit Building, Washing
ton, D. C, writes, Dec. 5th,
Gentlemen: I take pleas
ure in stating that I have used
Brown's Iron Bitters for ma
laria and nervous troubles,
caused by overwork, with
Beware of imitations.
Ask for Brown's Iron Bit
ters, and insist on having
it. Don't be imposed on
with something recom
mended as "Just as goody
The genuine is made only
by the Brown Chemical Co.
EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY
CAREINGTON & CO.,
400 State Street, Courier Building
OBX B. OABBIUaTClt.
(IX91XD T. 04EI1INQTON. JOHN B. CABBItiOTOH, JB
OR. CLARK JOHNSON'S
WELLS & aiJNDE,
Jewelers and Silversmiths,
306 Chapel Street,
Dealers in Solid Silver and
Silver Plated Ware, Spe'
tacles and Eye Glasses.
Watches, Clocks and Jew
57 59& 61 Orange St.
GOLD tiS5f.L, PASIS; 1878.
"Warranted absolutely pure
Cocoa, from which the excess of
Oilfcas heen removed. Ithas three
times the strength of Cocoa mixed
with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar,
and i therefore far more economi
cal. Tt is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, caeily digested , and
admirably adapted for Invalids as
well as for persona in health.
INDIAN BLOOD SMJP.
UNDERTAKERS, EEST Es.
AVE the flneet Painted Beflioom Suites to th. " ' w.j ul"""ull ""s
TTAVE the anect Painted Bedroom Suites to th
1 city. New Parlor Suites, Walnut Bedroom
. The best Spring Bed for the money.
Sulint. Rattan. Oane and Bush Seat Chairs, In great
L variety, as low as can be bonght Jf
Promptly attended to, night or day, with can.
BodieB preserved without loe In the best manner.
Also sole agents for Washbnrn'a Deodorising and
A new lot of Folding Chairs and Stools ta rent fot
parties or f nnerals. lelt
MONITOR OIL STOVES
Vow for Comfort Hot Weather at Hand.
Do not be deceived into buying a Lamp Stove.
Examine the MUNIXOB before yon buy.
Over 800 now in use in New Haven attest Its merit.
On exhibition and for sale at
A1? Friend in Need !
-'. DR. SWEET'S
PREPARED from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet
of Connecticut, the great natural Bone- Setter
Has been tued for more than 50 years and Is the best
Known remedy ror itneumatism, .neuralgia, praint.
Srnises, Knms, Oats, Wounds, and all external inju
ries. Try it.
Richardson & Co., Proprietors,
TilSnndAtwtf TV-v M tm-v Conn
V. A. PEASK.
The Great Success
Which has attended our sale of Medium and Low
priced Boots and Shoes has stimulated us to offer the
TO BTTYEBS OF
FINE BOOTS AND SHOES
Ever seen In this city. "We are fully convinced of the
f ict that if the prices are low enough goods will sell
at any time. Thin belief has been more than con
firmed by the eager manner in which the economical
buyers of this city and vicinity are seeking the many
bargains we are now offering at the Great Bargain
ROB'T. A. BENHAM,
j 294: Chapel Street.
MBS. J. J. CLARK, Business, Test and Healing
Medium, will be absent from her parlor. 81
Church street, from Monday. July 17. until about
September 1st. During that period she will sojourn I
at tbe Bpiriruanstio u.mp meeting at mantle. All
letters addressed to her there will receive attention.
With Patent Hooks, easily adjusted,
ill. BRISTOL & SONS,
336 Chapel Street.
Mrs. . Jones Young,
230 Chapehcor. State.Street B'd'g,
Over uroofcs uo s oat ana inr more
All -work warranted.
Office hours from 9 at. m. to 5
Nature's Sparkling Spectflc for Indigestion
and Biliousness, the water of the famous Seltzer Spa,
la duplicated lo a moment with a spoon ul of Tar-
BAiax's Seltzer aperient, which contains every val
uable element of the German Spring. The preat.-st
physicians of Eur -pe pronounce that free gift of Pro
vidence the most potent of all known alteratives, and
its fac-Blmlle, fresh and foaming, Is now placed with
in the reacn or every invalid m tbe western world.
sOuD BY AXiL DRUGGISTS.
mHESECRETofa 8EAVTIFUL PACK.
I Mile Ro.e Blam hard'a
1BIPEU14L. CRKAM OP L.II.IES,
for beautifying and preserving the
COMPLEXION, Slil'V AND TEETH,
Is the only extraordinary and delightful toilet article
ever discovered. It imparts to the face a soft and
beautiful complexion, and gives to the teeth a most
beautiful and pearly white enamel. Sent express paid
to any part 01 tne unuea s'ates on receipt or an.
Address jsuautiAuij in ' i '
1 (Send card for Circular ) New York
Their excendlne ''
standard winB for them
nattering encomiums from
itll housekeepers In the oity
wao nave usea taem. . con
centrated strength, ren
ders them liietilv .con-
vmlQat. Manufactured by
xsos. wood at vo., Boston.
soia Dy au urocers.
A magnificent selection, comprising all that ia
At JIis. J. ISABELLA WILBUR'S,
96 Orange Street.
N. B. A Choice Assortment of Babies' Bonnets
and Children's Hate.
A FINE GRAY MARE, between six and
seven yeara old. Warranted sound, kind and
time. Apply at
New Haven Folding Chair Company,
553 State Street.
jy31 m&tn Or 208 ORANGE STREET.
Dentist, No 253
Chapel St., be
tween State &
Dentistry in all its branches,
nitrous oxide or Ibvu hint; gaa.
to give perfect satisfaction or no charge made,
ces the lowest consistent with first-class work.
Teeth extracted with
AU work warranted
We offer to arrive one carload Oregon and Sacra
mento River Salmon, one car California JVruits of the
celebrated Golden Gate brand. Ihese goods are a di
rect purchase by us from San Francisco and will sell
the same to the trade as low as any astern Heuse.
J. D. DEWELL & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and Canned
Jy2S 333 to 230 State Street
FISTULA and PILES
Cared w it hoot t he XTe of the Knife
WILLIAM READ (M. D., Harvard, I84V!). and ROB
ERT M. HEAD (M. P., Harvard, lH7(i), 41 Soraeraet
Ktreet, Boston, give speoial attention to the treat
ment of VISTfJltA., fIL,S, AND ALL IMS-
BASES o1 TUB KEtTUM, without deten
tion from buslv ess.
Abnndant references given. Pamphlets sent on
Office hours 12 to 4 o'clock p, m. (except Sundays).
TTsnal Literary bourses, with Musical Institute and
Commercial College. Founded IMO15. Both Hexes.
Influences decidedly religions. Home care and com-
lorts, .t-aarmingiy located on NarraxsasHt Bay
and on direct route from N. Y. to Boston. Grand nn-
portnnlti.s for salt-water bathing and boating. Terms
muaeraro. upnn oepi a. i;ataiogun free.
Rev. V O- BL1KESLKE1, A.M.. Principal.
aui eoaawxm raast ureenwicn, It. 1.
TWO THOROVGB COURSES OF STUDY.
Joiiesce rr.paratnry and the nclil.
KEW BUILDINGS FUKN'SHED WITH
APPARATUS OF ALL KINDS.
Abli TBKM UtUlilJVS SKri. 5, 188.
Fine Library, Large Telesoope, Good Boarding and
Healthy Locality. AddreBs PrinoiDal.
11. T. DAWSON, Dudley, Mass.
I f Dyspepsia, Uiver
k 1 Diseases.Fever and
1 Aeue. Rheumatism
, Lropsy, Heart ui-
l lease. Biliousness,
The Best Remedy Known to Man.
SOLD SINCE 1870.
This Syrup Possesses Varied Properties.
It Stimulates tne Ptyallme In tne Saliva,
which Converts the Starch and Sugar ol
the Food Into Glucoie. A. deficiency ol
Ptvaline causes Wind and Sow r ins: of the
Food In the Stomach. If the Medicine la
taken immediately after eating the fer
mentatlena or oort is prevented..
At acts upon, tne ijiver
It acts upon the Kidneys.
Itregulates the Boivels.
It purines the Blood.
It quiets the Nervous System.
It promotes Digestion.
It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invlgo
It carries off the Old Blood and makes
It Opens the pores of the skin and lndu
ces Ilealty Perspiration.
waterroro, uonn., iniy au, isau.
Db. Clark Johnson :
I have suffered very ranch In the last three years
from Headache, and have cot little or no relief from
any sottroe nntll lately. I purchased of yonr agent
some of the Indian Blood Svrun. and am con
scious of great relief from its use. I can recommend
tt in all confidence. WELCOME o. bates,
Pastor of First Baptist Church.
It neutralises the hereditary taint, or poison in th
blood, which generates scrofula, erysipelas, and all
manner oi SKin aiseases and internal nnmors.
There are no spirits emoloved in. its manufacture,
snd it can be taken by the most delicate babe or by
the aged and feeble, care only being required In at
tention lo cureouons.
New London, Oonn.
Hearing of some of the remarkable cures effected
by Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Svtud. I called
on an Agent and procured a bottle, and it has done
me more gooa ior aizziness than any otner meaioine
that I have ever used. I would recommend all afflict
ed to give it a trial and be oonvlnced. JOHN aous,
Lakesvllle. Litchfield Co.. Conn.
I have used Dr. Clark Jehnson's Indian Blood Syr
up ror sick headache, and It effectually relieved me.
l recommend it mgmy. mita. J. wniftftwiAfl.
Bristol. Hartford Co., Oonn.
I have nsed Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Syr.
up for neuralgia in the face, which greatly troubled
me, ana a short trial gave me immediate relief.
Mao. wm. DnAunuA vy
Dr. Olark Johnson's Indian Blood Syrup has cured
me of dyspepsia and indisestion. and I can therefore
recommend it with confidence to those afflicted wltb
like diseases. MBS. THOMAS ROBINSON.
Agents wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood
"yrnp In every town or villaee in which I have no
agents, particulars given on application.
DRUGGISTS SELIj IT.
Laboratory 77 W. 3rd Street, N. Y". City.
sal 9 daw
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of youthinl imprudence causing Premu-
tnro Decav. Nervous Debility. Lost Manhood, etc..
having tried in vain every known remedy, has dis
covered a simple self cure, which he will send FBEU
to his fellow-sunerers, addreBB J, n. hcmuj,
journal ani) mkx.
head of farm property, the value probably
exceeds twice that of both railroads and man
ufactures. ' Agriculture is the basis of every,
thing, for the world oannot go on without
food, and It is pleasant to know that the ag
ricultural foundation of this country is so
broad and strong.
Tuesday Morning, August 15, 1882.
A CHEERING DECISION.
Those who have money to invest have
many troubles. One of the difficulties they
have to contend with is the lying that is done
about the value of "securities." This lying
is very prevalent, and not infrequently it
infests the official reports of companies. The
insiders" who want to sell a stook make
glowing reports of its condition, pay divi
dends that have not been earned, and make
verything look as attractive as possible to
the outsiders. "When the insiders have sold
enough of the stock the real condition of the
property is revealed and those who have
bought at high prices are "left."
An interesting case involving the question
of responsibility for official lying about tbe
value of securities has just been decided by
the English Supreme Court of Judicature.
During several years the Exchange Banking
company was apparently prosperous, divi
dends being declared with satisfactory
promptness and liberality. In fact, however,
the company was insolvent and its business
unprofitable, but for a long time before its
winding up the directors had been accustomed
to falsify the balance sheets. They had en
tered as good assets known to be bad. Thus
an apparent profit was shown, and the share
holders had been induced to declare divi
dends. The liquidator sued the former di
rectors for the payment to him, on behalf
of the creditors, of the amount of the fio
titious dividends. He claimed that the
payment of dividends under suoh cir
cumstances was a return of capital
to the shareholders, a misapplication of
the company's money, and a breach of trust
for which they were liable. The Vice Chan
cellor held that they were Jointly liable, and
on appeal the Master of the Bolls held that
they were also liable severally. The suit was
brought under a section of the Companies
act, but in the opinion of the If aster the suit
was well based on an equity quit independ
ent of that section. So long as the company
existed and transacted business the oapital
named in the articles of association oould not
be returned to the shareholders without legal
process. Jwen if tne shareholders knew the
facts, their sanction of such return would be
invalid because beyond their powers. Fur
ther, creditors had a right to compel the cor
poration to keep its capital, and they had a
remedy against the directors who had misap
plied its funds by paying its resources away
This decision rests on Bound common sense
and will have a good effect. As the New
York Times says : "Concerning Joint stock
companies shareholders and the publio alike
know only what they are told. On the re
ports are based dealings in the stook and
transactions with the company. Anyone
acting upon the faith of such representations
must be protected, unless thimble-rigging is
to be legalized. Nor should direotors com
p!s:s that this new exposition of their duties
is too onerous. Tc tell tste commercial truth
is sufficiently easy for a solveat, honest body
of men. The alternative is either clear fraud,
or at best the violation of an implied con
The receipts of the Suez Canal do not yet
appear to have been affected by the war.
For last month they were 4,500,000f. Ac
cording to the official returns this sum is di
vided as follows : l,400,000f. for the first 10
days, with 71 vessels; l,148,000f. for the
second 10 days, with 78 vessels, and 1,620,
OOOf. for the third period, with 89 vessels.
Last year the July receipts amounted to only
4,450,000f., with 237 vessels; and during
July, 1880, only 155 vessels passed through
the canal, for which but 3,225,0O0f. were
paid to the company. The report further
shows that during the first seven months of
the present year 1,060 vessels traversed the
canal, producing a revenue of 3G,500,OOOf.,
whereas during the corresponding period in
1881 the 1,571 vessels which used it only pro
duced 29,000,000f. ; and the 1,273 vessels
which paid toll from Jan. 1 to July 31, 1880,
did not produce a revenue exceeding 24,500,-OOOf.
The people of Boston are using twenty-five
per cent, more gas now than a year ago. It
is thought that one reason for the increase is
that the electrio light has developed a general
aesiro for more illumination.
The Prohibitionists are claiming that at
their national convention in Chicago on the
22d, 23d and 24th ihst. there will be assem
bled the largest number of temperance work
ers ever gathered in delegate convention in
this country. Nearly every State ia the
Union is to be represented.
A fence was built across a street in 1852
by a railroad company, and in 1881 an owner
of one of the houses on the street filed a bill
in equity to enjoin the company from main
taining the fenoe, on the ground that it was
a public nuisance. The bill was dismissed
for two reasons, set forth hy the Pennsyl.
vania Court of Appeals as follows : 1. A
court of equity will not protect a person
against a publio nuisance unless he shows
that he suffers some special injury ; if his
injury is that only whioh is suffered by the
publio genera ly, he cannot procure an in
junction. 2. In this case the complainant
has been contented with the condition of the
street for nearly thirty years, and he has
slept so long upon his alleged injury that he
oannot find relief in equity. To fail to assert
a right promptly is to forfeit the privilege ot
enforcing it in equity, and here the delay has
been so long continued that that alone is suf
ficient to deny the relief asked.
The young men who are intending to marry
Chicago school teachers have had a load
lifted from their minds. The Chicago board
of education has just deoided, by a two to
one vote, that women employed as teachers
in the publio schools shall not forfeit their
positions in the event of their obtaining hus
In many parts of Germany the crops have
recently suffered much injury from an inces
sant fall of rain during ten successive days
There are sections in whioh the harvest has
been completely ruined, grain crops which
ought by this time to be harvested lying in a
rotten condition upon the fields. Before this
rain fell everything had promised well for
the German crops. Not for seventy years
had the outlook been more favorable.
It is the father of twins who
it is to be up all night with the
No wonder the powers still hesitate. The
Second regiment of Illinois militia has just
received seven recruits. Louimiille Courier
Annie Louise Cary's husband, Mr. Ray
mond, says that since her marriage she hat,
entirely recovered her voice. We thought
she would. Philadelphia Newt.
Lava from Vesuvius is said to make the
best pavement in Europe. The paving ap
pears to have been a trifle overdone in the
case of Pompeii and Herculaneum, Courier
There is' a law in Denmark compelling
liquor dealers to send home their drunken
customers in aarriages. Were a similar law
in operation in this city the streets would
have the appearanoe of one eternal funeral
procession. JSeie xork Commercial Aaveru-
An Arkansas preacher in retiring from the
pulpit said : "My brethren, I regret to
leave you, but a more important duty calls
me. I have served you for years, and I am
gratified to- feel that I am worthy of your
confidence. Yes, I've got to retire from tht
services of the Lord. My duties at tne still
house demand my undivided attention."
In one of the ohurches while the thermom
eter was in the nineties and the whole eon
gregation felt as though they were being
cooked, the minister rose to deliver nia ser
raon. At the announcement of his text a
smile illuminated the faces of his hearers
They couldn't help it. It was "And Peter
stood by the fire and warmed himself. "-
Ooriolanus, noble Roman,
Wouldn't give the voters taffy ;
Wouldn't tell 'em they were brilliant ;
Wouldn't tell 'em they were valiant ;
Wouldu't kiss the rtonwn babies ;
Bald he d see their dads in Hades
Ere he d boss the dirty yoansters
Of a hurde of dirty bungsters ;
Said no onUe he wmd lawn for;
No ! his togs he'd first pawn for
What he neeaed ; mo, he wouldn't
(Mve em taffy ; no, he shouldn't 1
Thus it was the noble Koinan,
Fearless, peerless Oorlolauas,
Just as might have been expected,
Never came te be elected.
The Crops In Canada.
POSITIVELY CURED IflH
" uy a thorough knowledge of tbe natural laws
whioh govern the operations of digestion and nutri
tion, ana by a careful application of the line proper-
i "i weu-Beieciea uocoa,mr. r-ppa tins provided oar
breakfast tables with a delicately flavored beverage
which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. It is
by the jndioions use of such articles of diet that a
constitution may be gradually built up until strong
enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds
of rabtle maladies are floating around us ready to at
tack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape
many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well for tilled
wim vurv Diooa ana a properly nourished frame,"
Civil Servict Gazette.
Blade simply with boiling water or milk. Bold in
una oniy id. ana lb.), labeled
j ftgaaKME 1
JAMES EPFS &
ISAAC W. STILES,
No. 230 Chapel Street,
Itoom jso. 4,
Over Whittlesey's Drug Store.
Office hours from 9:80 a. m. to 6 p. m. jyll TTSly
All insurable property taken at the lowest rates In
sound companies against lightning as well as fire.
magO SM C'lianel ntreel .
WM. D. BRYAN,
No. 127 Church street,
OK ESS AND BUSINESS SUIT 3
A lower tvlnss than svu before. tjr,
e Mean Cnrefl, Not Merely MeYCil
And Can Prove What Wo Claim.
EThere are no failures and
nodlsappointments. If you are
tronbledr -with SICK HEADACHE,
you can lie easily and quickly
cured, as hundreds have been
already. Send for sheet of test'
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS
Also cure all forms of Biliousness, prevent
Constipation ant! Dyspepsia.promote Digestion,
relieve distress from too hearty eatine: correct
Disorders of the Stomach, Stimulate the Liver,
and Regulate the Bowels. They do all this by
taking just one little pill at a dose. They are
purely vegetable, do not gripe or purge, and are
ns nearly perfect as it is possible for a pill to
be. Price, 25 cents, 5 for $1. Sold by drug
gists everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., NEW YORK.
Bold Wholesale by Richardson & Co. All Drnggists
Retail. Jola dawtf
Wholesale and Retail.
Novelties In Penny Goods
JFresli Coods Received Daily.
Ice Cream, Soda and Mineral Wa
tore, best in the city.
L. G. HOADLEY,
No. 4i0 State Street,
Sorse of the inhabitants of North Carolina
have made "big money" in Irish potatoes
this year. One sold $80,000 worth, and it is
supposed that $50,000 of this was clear
profit. It has been the best year for pota
toes ever known in North Carolina. The
last crop was short and poor, and there was
no stock to start the season with. The high
price ef bread and meat increased the con
sumption of potatoes, and the heavy crop of
this year was taken at high figures. Pota
toes that dragged at $2 a barrel in New Tork
last year brought $6.50 a barrel on the Caro
lina coast this year.
The South is wisely departing from the
old plantation methods. The New Orleans
Democrat declares that without exoeption
very southern State has increased Its prod
ucts of corn, oats and wheat, and that the
crops of this year will be the finest it ever
produced. The shipments of grain north
and to Europe are already noticeable, and
while it has been estimated that the deficit in
the South of grain has heretofore amounted
to several millions of bushels, this year there
will be a very considerable export. The
effect is af parent thus early m the trade of
Baltimore, which is the best ever known at
this season. The Democrat is confident that
this new, diversified and profitable agricul
ture will not cause a decrease in the cotton
There is great dissatisfaction in Philadel
phia over the telephone service, and this
feeling found practical expression the other
day in a meeting of influential merchants,
manufacturers and bankers. Some of those
present found fault with the prioea charged,
but the general sentiment was that the pres
ent rate would be cheerfully paid for a. first-
rate service. Customers, it was declared, are
not unreasonable in their demands. They
do not require miracles nor even perfection
from the company ; all thoy want is that tel
ephones shall be useful as well as ornamental
appendages of their counting rooms. Nor do
many of them intend to secure peace of mind
by discording the instruments. The general
intention is to retain the instruments and eom.
pel a Btrict performance of the contract.
An Average Crss, Except of ITrult, At
Front the Mentreal (Canada) Gazette.
Reports of the condition of the growing
crops along tbe line of the Urand Trunk
railway were received by the company, bj
telegraph from its agents, on Fri-tay and
Saturday last. The information relates to a
wide extent of country, is accurate and at
this time of especial interest. The harvest,
taken as a whole, will equal that of the past
tnree seasons, a sufficiently satisfactory re
suit. But one crop has failed, fruit, whioh
seems to have been killed by late frosts in
the spring. Although this is the "apple'
year, the yield will fall far below the aver
age. Higher prices will in some measure
compensate the farmers for this loss ; but.
after all. the orchard is merely an adjunct to
tne farm, and there is no crop probabn
which can be lost with less disastrous results
than the fruit crop. The unfavorable char
acter of the early spring and the light snow
fall of winter have, however, left their traoes
in other places. In Eastern Ontario, for in
stance, between Lancaster and Belleville, thc
fall wheat has suffered more or less seriously
from frost, and will, m this district, fall
somewhat below the average. On the other
hand, spring wheat, coarse grains and hay
will yield from an average to more than an
average crop, f rom Western Ontario, the
most important part of tne province, tne ac
counts received are eminently gratifying
Fall wheat will exceed in quality and quanti
ty tnat of any previous year, tne area sown
having been considerably inoreased at the ex
pense of spring wheat, whioh, in spite of
hardship in the spring, will give a fair aver
age yield. Oats, peas, barley and hay are
all fully up to the average, root orops fair to
good, and trait alone denoient. Tnat, in
brief, is the character of the crops through
ont Western Ontario. A noticeable feature
in the reports is the absence of any com
plaint on account of rust, weevil, or other
pests, and harvest-time is now so near at
hand that the crops may be considered be
yond dangers of this character. Barley
everywhere is a good crop, and especially
heavy in the Bay of Quinte district, between
Kingston and Trenton. In our own province
a marked change for tne better has com
over the crops in the past few weeks. Hay,
which it was at one time feared would be
light, has given a fair average, though not a
superabundant yield, and grain is progress
ing most satisfactorily, promising an ade
quate return to the farmers. - The root crops
have latterly suffered somewhat from dry
weather ; but there has been an offsetting
gain in the growth and housing in prime con
dition of hay, and in the rapid maturing of
grain On the whole, as we have said, the
harvest promises to equal the splendid crops
of the past three years, and there is abun
dant cause for thankfulness in this fact, since
it implies a continuance of the great pros
perity which all classes and all sections of the
country are now enjoying.
Two Liucky Miners.
and landed him on his feet. While hunting
up our traps we found some pieces of quartz
that showed gold, and in an hour or two
found the vein from whioh it came, and a
good one it is at least for a small party.
We have made our camp in the ravine, Just
where the pony landed, and have made more
than 'miners' wages' ever since. We have a
big flat stone for a mortar, mill, or whatever
you may call it, and by seleoting the richest
of our rock can make pay pretty fast. How
long it will hold out we don't know, but we
are in a bulge of the vein that is about four
feet wide. , We are saving up a good deal of
second-class ore (it is full of free gold), and
will presently make our fractieus pony do
duty in an arastra.
'There is a nice little stream of water in
the ravine about fifty yards below our pock
et, and on the side of this we have already
commenced building an arastra. We have
been into town (Oeorgetown) once and sold a
few ounoes of gold just to see if it was
good but you can bet we said nothing about
our find. We shall stay by our pocket as
long as it stays by us, then look for more
along the same streak of quartz, which runs
from eight to ten inob.es in width in most
places, and has what Senator Fair would call
.kindly look. "
SHIPMENT received this morning.
U,nallty and Order Cine.
E. E. HAIili & SON.
Tbe value of the farms of the United
States is estimated at nine thousand six hun
dred and fifteen million dollars, nearly as
much as both the railroads and manufactures
together. This estimate does not inolude
farm buildings or stock. If these were added,
the total would be much more than that of
both railroads and manufactures. Moreover,
the value of the farm products for 1880,near
ly two thousand millions, justifies a - much
higher valuation of the farm property. In
cluding the stock, buildings, implements and
all that may be fairly included under the
A Mine Disclosed By si Runaway Acci
dent. From the Virginia Oity (Nsv.) Enterprise
Some three weeks ago two Comstockera
struck out across the Sierras on a prospect
ing trip. They went over into Flaoer county
to look for pocket ledges, placer mines, or
anything else in the mining line that would
pay. One of the men now writes to a friend
in this city as follows : "We spent some
two weeks without finding anything we cared
to stay by, and finally concluded to go down
to the valleys and work for wages. You
must know that for a pack animal we have
one of the meanest and most contrary of
Piute ponies. He will never do what you
want him to do, and runs away on the slight
est provocation. Well, we were going down
a steep mountain trail toward Georgetown
the other day, when the pony stopped short,
gave a Bnort, and broke off through the
brush down the Bteepest place he oould find.
He soattered grub, picks, shovels and cook
ing utensils in all directions, and finally end
ed by standing on his head in a deep gutter
at the bottom of a ravine, where we made
him fast to a tree and p'ben rolled him over
Editor's Easy Chair in Harper's Magar'ne For Has,
Mr. Matthew Arnold thinks that the Amer
icans are not as refined and courteous as
they might be, but he would hardly deny
that they are the best-natured people in the
world. He could not, indeed, travel far
among us without perceiving it. If, for in
Htance, on a recent warm Saturday afternoon,
he had sat in a crowded railroad car, and had
seen a large warm man place his huge valise
in the middle of the passage compelling
everybody to step over it or around it if he
chanced to see it, and to trip over it if he did
not, and bad remarked tne perfect unconcern
witn wnich everybody yielded to tbe selfish
ness of the large warm man, as if his huge
valise were a natural obstruction, or as if he
had some unquestionable right to incommode
everybody who had occasion to pass. The
conduotor paid tribute with the rest, and of
fered no word of remonstrance, bull less
did he direct the man to put his valise under
bis feet or upon his lap, or, if tnat were pos
sible, to place it in the baggage-car. Eugenio,
who loves his fellow countrymen, bnt who
hates to see good-nature imposed upon, was
sitting near by. He could not restrain him
self. "Good heavens 1" he cried, "if this
man chose to sit upon his valise, and block
the pa. sage completely, would my lambs and
milk sops of fellow-countrymen clamber over
the seats to get by him ?"
It was the duty of the conductor, of course.
to keep . the passage clear. If other passen
gers had done what the large man did, it
would have been impossible to pass through
the car. But, so far as appeared, nobody ex
uept Eugenio seemed to observe the selfish
ness of the one passenger or to resent it and
if Eugenio had spoken, he would have
been universally regarded as a cross and on-
accommodating man. In other countries such
conduot would not have been tolerated. In
Cngland especially the offender would have
heard plain comments. The conductor
would have been summoned to proteot the
common rights of travelers ; and if nothing
were done, iueenio would nave thundered
through the Times until every corner of the
empire echoed with wrath against the ob
structionist, and every conductor was alert
to do all his duty. Eugenio asked his com
panion how he explained such pusillanimity
upon tbe part of intelligent men. "wnydo
they permit a fellow to do it ?" he demanded
witb energy. "It is a part of that confound
ed American good-nature which tolerates the
thirteenth man in the omnibus."
His companion conceded the good-nature,
but contended that good-nature is not a dis
agreeable national trait. It is very much
preferable to its opposite, and if good-nature
may be pushed to an extreme, so may ill na
ture ;and it is quite as likely to be so pushed,
rle admitted that the English would not be
imposed upon in such small ways, and he
tgreed that it is undoubtedly true that the
English are the best pioneers of travel.
During the last century they were the first
-reneral travelers in Europe, and all who fol
(owed blessed them, iiiey planted in the
continental wilderness tne rose ol bath-tubs.
good tea, hot toast, and comfort. They have
been invaluable pioneers ; but no people are
more detested in foreign countries. "I knew
Lorenzo," Baid Eugemo's companion, "a
capital Englishman, who came to New York
thirty years ago. Upon my second call he
-aid to me : 'By Jove ! this is an extraordi
nary country, i haven t found a table that
stands square upon Its legs, nor a bureau
drawer that will open, nor a door that will
shut, nor a window that does not stick, nor a
servant that doesn t slam the door after him.
'Tis a most extraordinary country.' In other
words," said Eugenio 'a companion, "the
English are more thorough and more accu
rate than we are."
But he went on to say that it was not dif
ficult to see why the valise was tolerated in
the passage of the car. "It was not selfish
in your sense," he remarked to Eugenio, "be
oaase the large man would have made no ob
jeotion had somebody incommoded him in
tbe same way, and he would have stepped
over the obstruction, or around it, or have
tumbled over it, as nimbly and willingly as
tall his fellow-passengers stepped and tumbled
over his obstruction. It is a survivaaof the
situation of a new country, where everybody
helps everybody else from the consciousness
of a common need of help, and where every
body sacrifices himself and expects to be
sacrificed. In remote villages to day there is
this kind of oommunism. The neighbors are
constantly borrowing and exchang ng, al
ways returning something for something, un
til even friendship and neighborly good of
fices have an air of barter. They borrow
reely because they are entirely willing to
lend. They incommode without culpable
-lelSshness, because they expect to be incom
This, according to Engenio's friend, is one
reason of the general acquiescence in the im
position upon good-nature which he observed;
and another, he said, is the sentiment of
equality which is bred by our institutions. In
a country where there are recognized
distinctions of rank there are both servility
nd dictation. Some men naturally order,
and others naturally submit, now the au
choritative tone in a promlsonous company is
unknown in America, sir Jtoger de Uoverly,
when he roused himself from a nap in ohnroh.
arose, and looked sternly about to catch some
luckless dozer, and htm be sharply repri
manded. It was the habit of acknowledged
authority. The parish did not question it,
nor murmur oontradiotion. But similar con
duot here would . roduoe an insurrection,
Nobody naturally goes forward to remon
strate or to command when all stand upon
the same line. Where "everybody is as good
as anybody," nobody assumes to direot.and if
you add to this a good-natured temperament,
and the habit of mutual accommodation, the
explanation of the valise does not seem to be
The philosophio friend said further that
there was another element in the explanation,
whioh arose from deference in the majority.
Nobody wishes to be thought haughty or un
friendly to "the . masses." It is not that the
individual consoiously seeks popular favor, '
or is anxious to cajole the most sweet vpices j
of his fellow-citizens, but the general habit
of deference produces a national characters
Ho. Very few publio men, for instance, oare
to order a bottle of wine at a publio table. It
is not because they are total abstinents, or
even "temperance men," but because the
drinking of wine is condemned by a strong
publio opinion, and in a country ruled by the
majority the tendency is not to assert your
self, but to yield and acquiesce, not because
you are convinced, but because the multi
Eugenio listened to the explanations of his
friend with a severe eye still fixed upon the
huge valise in the passage of the oar. "Well,"
he said, "there is a good deal of sense in
what you say. It is not a mean selfishness, that
of the large warm man yonder, and the bland
stepping &nd straddling and stumbling, over
his confounded valise is, perhaps, a sign of
real good nature, and of the survival of what
you describe. On the whole, I think my
countrymen, measured at least by other coun
trymen, stand acquitted. But they ought
not to obstruct the passage of a oar with a
confounded valise. "
"Yes," returned his friend, "but yoo ob
serve that even you, with all your indigna
tion, are so true an American that yon do
not say a word to the offender. "
did not imply any dissimilarity in their taste
for the national bock. But there was this
essential difference between tho one and the
other that the besiegers had brought with
them no brew-houses nor even any suitable
caldrons for the making of their favorite
drink, whereas the besieged were in full
possession of everything that was required
for that purpose. The burgomaster, accord
ingly, either gave orders, or at least made a
suggestion, that every brewer in Bernau
should at once set to and brew as muoh ns
he could of his best ale. Into the vats was
then introduced a sufficient quantity of well-
sjniRed narcotic. Tho casks were packed
for exportation and despatched in a long
train at night from the gates. They were
naturally seized by the thirsty Hussites out
side and their contents immediately distri
buted among the soldiery. Tbe following
day saw the latter all stretched in a more or
less insensible condition on the ground, and
an opportune sortie by the besieged ended in
the death or capture of most of them and
the flight of the rest. Koska was among the
fugitives who escaped, but his saddle, which
was left behind, was taken as a trophy and
still adorns the town ball of Bernau as one of
its principal cariosities.
WE call attention to an additional testimonial
from the Rev. Tr. Dennenjpastor of the Third
Congregational church. His first related to Ilheuma-
lsm only :
Wm. T7 . .r In-. 1 IBM
Mr. JvJius Ives :
Borne months since I gave yon my experience as to
irhat the Wllaonia Garments had then done for me. I
I wish now to renew and emphasize what 1 then said. t
a. longer use has confirmed me In the opinion I then E
exprensed of the valne of these gar-'uents In Chronio ' S
Kneumatism, Liyspepsia, uonetipation ana its attena- $
ini conseqaenot s. l uey come in wnen meaioai treat
ment has lauoa, ana bring relief ana many times
permanent enre. .
It is In behalf of those suffering from chronio diseas
es I am moved to add this further testimonial as-esthe
reat relief and benefit I have derived from ftAe long
wa patient nse or tne Magnetic uarmenjj 1 only
vlah that those snfferir g from chronio and thns far
i n cured diseases oonld be persuaded to make a fair
crial of their virtues, or at least would send to yon
For. information on the subject, which yon are so able
ind willing to give. Truly yours.
The above case is not an exception. There are
thousands of Chronic Cases that might share tbe
same blessing by infusing Into the system Straasf
Currents ot Magnetism, ftend for circular and
you will know it all.
ios a r)
No. A EI m Street.
w THE undersigned, inventor snd manufae-l
I nnrer (since 1847) of the celebrate d.HA9jai
HOFF'S IULT BXTUACT.wl lch Las b-M I
so favorably received by the Hedlea Ptvfesston.1
beg to inform the Trade and general uablle thai
Honrs. TARBANT h CO., of New York, are adver
tising themselves as my agents snd issne s letter!
written by me In the year liu, in oraer to mis
lead the publio and dealers Into the belief thai I
they are still selling my genuine article at pree-l
nnt. Messrs. TARRANT Si CO. have nail
received anv aroofls from me lines 187!ll
ana consequently are selling A.uinhli rH&VA-
KAT1UM under tbe name ana upon th rep nation!
of my Halt uxtraot.
l havk BBOtsHT mcit against the auove party
in the UN it an htatxs uiaocrr uoobt or hjcwi
York, and hereby caution the pnblie to bny oil) I
thegennlne JOHANN HOFF'8 MALT EXTRACT,!
which Dears my picture ana signature as a trade-1
mark on the label (printed in German), and hasl
the signature of MR, M. KISWKR, S18 and!
10 Race street, Philadelphia, Sola Agent for thel
united states and uanada, on the necs or ever!
bottle. juuiHH uujer.
Royal Prussian Counsellor, fee . Berlin, flermany l
For sale by E. A, Whittlesey, 338 Chapel street,
A. Oessner st Co., 808 Chapel street.
HAS BEEN PROVED
The) SURKST CURB for
Seaseluma bank or disordered urine indi
cate that you are a victim THEN DO NOT
KESXTATSs use Kidney-Wort at ones, (drag
gists reoommend it) and it will speedily over
uome the disease and restore healthy aottoa.
I nrllnc roT eompiainte peounari.
1 iflUICPl to yonr sex, suoh as pain I.
Kidney-Wort la unsurpassed, I
as it win act promptly ana sarely. I
KitherSox. moonttnenee. retention orurme.i
brio, dust orropydepoeits, and dull dragging!
pains, all speedily yield to its cmrattve pwor.l
Kl is. SOLD BY sTiT. DSLTOOIBTS.
,lt 1 1 MSI .
-nt onlr for It. PI UITY, but because of Its V.
r-I. i. warranted Ike BEST I-AIXDKT
In lUr. world. , ,.
superiority " is our motto, and H pseuUariT ener-v-i,
rip all ir our Soap. , For saUa ajr sot sU-
COBTIS QAV1S & C0;,
Warning Against Beer-Drinking
From the London Globe.
A few days ago was oelebrated, in the town
of Bernau, in Prussia, the anniversary of a
famous viotorv won by the townsmen of
that festive place in 1432. At that time the
Hussites, under Koska, were besieging tbe
town in force, and there was little nope of
holding out against the determined fanatioa.
The siege was raised by means of a very
curious stratagem devised by the burgomas
ter, who may be commended as having turn
ed the appetites of tbe enemy into a more
powerful weapon against them than any
number of more : deadly looking arms that
could have been manufactured. It seems
that tbe liking for beer was then as Strom
developed among the people of the Ff -
land as now, ana tne tiiuecence of cr
tween the attacking an -'
a no no h i. v TiTte. .
Tkm Oknmiuta ot tbe Wheetare Ue most
valuable mod properly, and are, whn prop
erly prepareo. tne nos mwpwdw ,,, -.
with whioh to build up the system. .
The Blood, Brain sad tterves ere tns sarses
whioh bear the strata of every day work eaa
lifetn4n order to savesiokneM It Is wise to
Hon but by solution end are richest la the
Phosphates, while the rtarea. and Impnre art.
selves a basis, to whioh la added the best and
.Jurteest mediolaal qualities, aeeessery to
make it a tonio and bitter. It last case health
ful, pleasant te the taste sad must not be eon.
(bunded with the thousand aad one ebaes)
alooboue bitters whioh are sold as eure-aUa.
Medielne Is doubly effective when used wits,
mod, so as to nourish while It eorreets.
eld by drunriats, 1 .OO per bottle.
WBlBAT BTTTXM OO.. KfW. V. T.
THE HEW HAVEN 1
235 Chapel Street.
Stocks for Sale.
New tork. New Haven and Hartford Railroad Com
pany's stooa, I or saie Dy
Bunnell & Scranton,
Bankers and Krokrm,
Jyl gig end 818 Chapel atrass.
NRW HAVKir, COMM.,
MAJTOTiCTOTtBBS OF - -
OF THU HIGHEST ORADB.
Eaoh department Is under the personal supervision
lrm, insuring a oowyuite mum ys
of members of the Arm,
WAYS are superior to an others, '
T Havana Cigars.
"f. f,T K have In stook an ettra Hue ef Imported Clg-
, eomnrlnliiK all the popular brands. Mew
n" at lowest rates. w saw a vwetu m
lllWl . ,
t . Wi HAUi SOU.
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