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TMm LARGEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IM THE CITY, OFFICE 400 STATE STREET. VOL. L. NEW HAVEN, CONN., WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 16, 1882. Price Four Cents. J. N. Adam We are now opening fall styles in Foulards and Momie Cloth Brocades. A full line of 8 Button Mousquetaire Kid Gloves in the Terra Cotta shades. Ladies' and Children's Hosiery We are now showing a fine assortment in fall styles. BLANKETS ! BLANKETS ! We are offering these goods at very low prices. Now is the time to purchase and save money. Some special Bargains in Honey Comb and Marseilles Quilts. 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 D wight anchor cotton, Linen Cuffs, Neck Band and Reinforced, at the low price ofoOc. We are closing out PARASOLS and the Balance of our Summer stock at less cost. J, N. Adam & Go ATHLOPUOkOSI SEAKLKS' GREAT RHEUMATIC CURE ! A Specific for the Curve of Rheumatism and Nothing Else. Certain to Cure if v Directions are Strictly Followed. Address .all orders to ROBERT N. SEARLES, NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT. For sale by all first-class Druggists. MB. SEAHIiES : EW Havisn, July 24, 1882 -5teffi3nF, I wisiJtfsa.nr AS?Jienefit ctOlwhoare -suffering with flg.mntVy-fthanmati8m that"your medicine is infallible. Suffered for two months the ' most excruciating torture ; lost 35 lbs. of flesh, and was not out of my house for a month ; heard of your remedy, and was almost instantly relieved. If there is a specific for disease of any kind, your'Bmost certainly is for Inflammatory Rheumatism m its severest form. Yours most respectfully, WM. P. COEBIT, au9 Pastor George St. M. E. Church, New Haven, Ct. RBI anT"SlBa, "WE MAKE PAIKS PANTS PER WEEK. . We have COO different styles to select from. Also a full line of the best Merchant Tailoring Goods at popular prices. L. H. FREEDMAN, 93 OHUKOH STREET. N. B. Pants made to order at six hoars notice if requisite. ma31 DR. 6. F. PETERSON, DENTIST, 256 Elm Street, Corner of Orange, B3n Kaw Hftvan. Don P" ATENTS OECTTBED For" , Inventors. SEND MODEL, SKETCH.S DESCRIPTION OB INVENTION TO H. K. JOHNSON & CO.,""-'.. MILLS & MAKSDEIS. Attorneys and Counsellors at ljaw, COMMISBIONERS OF DEEDB.for New York, Mss aohtlsetta. Michigan. Pennsylvania. Illinois. tJeorgla, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina California, Kansas, Rhode Island, Iowa, New Jersey, auDDflflou, umo, ixraisiana, so. -Collections made in all Darts of the United States-at lowest rates, through reliable correspondents. Ja5 d7tf BOOK of eooount opened or closed. Accounts ad justed. Notarial business attended to at rooms of Kale Bosinees College by , . GEOBGE 8HEBMAN, aaotf Boom 87. Insurance Building. Edward B. Clarke & Co., House, Sien, Oecorativ8 Painters, . And Paper Mangers. Kalsomining, Graining and Glazing. Plain 5 Decorative Wall Papers, PalnU, Oils, Glaus and Brushes of every de i- scriptlon.! Agents for Valen "i v ilna's Vnrnlsnes, Colors, etc., etc. Orders by mail, promptly attended to. 482 Chapel Street, Corner High, Opposite Yale Art School, Hl ly New Haven, Conn. Eddv's Refrigerators. fTlHX beetlnuse, the best made, and they are the JL best Befrlgerator for yon to buy. Look at their before purchasing, and you will buy no other, ask iot the EDDY. Bold by W. T. CANNON & CO, 300 Ht a mi-MS. near R. F- Burell, DENTIST, ; eleoe Balldlns;, Cor. Church and Chap-f-jj., el Streets. MODERATE PRICES. Boy Wnta, with good refer- r I1M. mow . Washington- Market, Corner or Grove and Palace Streets, Savin Honk. I hare opened a market with a choice lot of Meats, Fish, Vegetables, rrolt, Butter, eta, lor u auwui- n. . 1 .tf .vt rf m ihnM An.tnmATS ihsniing all for past patronage and soliciting a continuance of tne same, x remain yours wmj, J23 lm - ' - J. M. BALDWIN, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, so. 5 Conn. 8aTiM Cank BuUdl fins; II nil ENGLAND CONSERVATORY OF III ! I'jMIICIP & SCHOOLOF ENGLISH II I If IHUOlU BRANCHES.LAN6UAGES. llL.fl ARTS.LL3CUT10NSPHYSICALC'JLHJRE SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED. IN THE HEART Or BOSTON. RARE ADVANTAGE8.L0W RA1ES. .SEND FOR CIRCULAR. E.TOURJEE. TLAIRVOYANT. MBS. J. A. W RIGHT, 98 Orange Street, New H ven- E v ara from s. m to 8 p. m. apll d ffii5rew Goodman, 88 Crown Street. uniir Hiini- IIUHIL mm DELICACIES. The Best Quality Canned Meats. Smoked Sturgeon (Albany beef). Smoked Eels. Pickled lambs Tongues by the dos. Piekled 8Uoed Tongues by the paund. Pick led Pigs eet by the pound. Boiled Haul by the pound. Imported Ham Hausage. Imported S iss Cheese Heufchatel Cheese. Tjrurham Oreamery Butter. Beef Tenderloin, 30o per can. Pott d Ham, 33a per can. Potted Tongue, 25c per can. Potted Chicken, 8uc per can. Lunch Tongues, 0o per can. S-lb. cans of Goose, with Jelly, 86c per can. 3-lb. cans Boast Beef, 45c per can. Derlled Chicken, Mo per can. Deviled Turkey, 3o per can. Derlled Ham, 80e per can. Deviled Tongue, 35o p-r can. Hockln'a Sandwich Turkey, 35o per can. Huekln's Sandwich Chicken, SSo per can. HuoktD's Sandwich Ham, 30o per caiu . jimou a- Sploed Tongues, 4o. -"Snrkee's Salad Dressing, 43o. 8 lb. esas Brook Trout, 45c 9 lb. cans Turkey, 36c. 3 lb. cans Chicken, 860. 3 lb. cans Goose, 8S0. 2 lb- cans Duck, 860. Fine Wines and Liquors, AHSBKW GOODMAN, No. 88 Crown at.. Near Kuslo Ball doors from Church street, QOODMAN'S BUHjDING. Begister sad Union oopy. . , jyl Chas. S. Hamilton, Attorney-and Counsellor at Law, : T YALE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, Corner Chapel and State Streets, Notary Public New Haven, conn. apStf E. P. ARVINE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Booms 9 and 11, 69 Church St. "fL f dr. f ;-g ( BEFORE AND - AFTER ) BEFORE AND - AFTER ' Electric Appliance are tent on 30 Days' Trial. TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD, "TTTHO are suffering from NsRvotJS Debility-, W Lost Vitality, Lacs of Nekvk Fobce and Vigor, Wasting Weaknbsses, and all those diseases of a Pkbsonal Katcrs resulting from Abuses and Cthkr Causes. -Speedy relief and complete resto ration of Health, Vigor and Manhood guaranteed. The grandest discovery of the Nineteenth Century. Send at. once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address VOITAIO BEIT 60,, MARSHAU, MICH. HEW STYLES pr mm FOB GENTLEMEN. At t -nV- 1 Vk j SOMETHING NEW. A Gossamer Cloak for Ladies that can be worn either as a CIRCULAR or a NEWPORT. 1 Call and examine it. GOODYEAR Sole Agent, '73 Clinrcli St., cor. Center. m26 P. C. TUTTTK, Ts-opr1tor. LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT FINEST AND CHEAPEST MEAT FLAVOURING STOCK FOR SOUPS, MADE DISHES & SAUCES. An invaluable and palatable tonic in all cajes ot weak digestion . CAU 1'IUH. UMUHne WflJ-i mm anddebilitj. ttC-imUO Ol iSarOU UeDIg'S DlgTia- " Is a sncceBs and a boon for which Nations should feel grateful." ture in Slue Ink across Label. This See Medical Press, Lancet, British Medical Journal, 6c. ronHnn i nnrpnnarv owiner to To be had of aU Storekeepers, Grocers, and Oh.mi.ta. taMIfln IS neceBSary, S " Sole Agents for the United States (wholesale only) CBarid 4 Co., various Cheap and inr"nor UD- 8, Fenchnrch Avenue, London, England. stitutes beinff in the Market. USSFUI. HolidayPresents AT CROFUT'S, ?0. 87 ORAkciK STREET. Hplendid Una of Indies' Shopping and Traveling Bags, Gents' Travoling Bags. Large stock of Trunks, Children's Toy Trunks. Fancy Baskets In new sna elegant styles. Fur Bugs at low prices. Seifiemfeer -CRQFVT, dr.9 NO. 97 ORANGE STREET. H. J- McHUGH, "Veterinary Surgeon, No. 47 Crown street, New Havtn, Conn Reference Wm. Hale. Telephone to Hale's Stable Dr. McHggn nag been in practice 7 years. Jel tf Atterxtseaj? A- .Ball. OENAMENTAX, Iron Balling Works-, J.Adubon street. New Haven, Conn., manufacturer of Iron Fences, Grates, Doors, Stairs, Shutters, Balco nies and Cresting ; also Fire Proof Vaults, Iron Ool umns, Girders, Illuminated Tile, etc. All kinds of ron Work for publio buildings and prisons, Boor ts. Bridtfe Bolts, eto oil ly Stylish Lace Shoes With Patent Hooks, easily adjusted, ONLY $3.50. m. Bristol & mm 336 Chapel Street. ap!9 eod Mrs. E. Jones Young DENTIST. 2SO Chapel.cor. State, Street B'd'g, urer urooss s uo s uav ana sur score All work warranted. Offico hoars from 8 a. m. to I p.m. jaoaw GO TO DURANT'8 With your repair ing, who employs nearly double as ma ny workmen as any other jjwf-ler in the city Bottom prices for first qua'ity work Badges and 8ocioty Fins made to order , on the premises at short notice. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, At very low prices. J, EL G DURAiT, Practical Watchmaker, Jy31 38 and 40 Church Street. WELLS & G-UNDE, Jewelers and Silversmiths, 306 Chapel Street, Iea!ers in Solid Silvei' mI Silver .Plated Ware, Si?c-'0-tacles and ?e Glasses. Watches, ClociVv? .and Jew elry repaired. 57 mki Orange St. FURNITURE DEALERS -AID- IMBEHTAKEItS, HAYS the finest Painted Bedroom Suites in the city. New Parlor Suites, Walnut Bedroom Suites. The best Spring Bed for the money. Snllnt. Rattan. Cane and Bush Seat Chairs. In great variety, as low as can be bought UNDERTAKING GOLD taxiUAl., PAKI8, 1878. BAKER'S Breakfast Cocoa. Warranted ahsotutely pure Cocoa, from which the excess of Oil has heen removed. It has three fanes the strength, of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is therefore far more economi cal. It Id delicious, nourishing, strengthening, easily digested, and admirably adapted for invalids as welS as for persons in health. Sold by Grocers everywhere. I BAKER & CO., Dntater, Mass. .1 i-L .3 til. . fmuiiu; nifbMiuct wi, uigu, iw;. wiiu w. ijoaiee preservea witnom ice in vne Desi manner. : Also sole agents for Washburn's Deodorizing and Disinfecting Fluid. A new lot of Folding Chairs and Stools to rant for parties or funerals. JelS : MONITOR OIL STOVES Now for Comfort Hot Weather at Hand. Do not be deceived into buying a Lamp Store. Examine the MONITOR before you bny. Over 800 now In use in New Haven attest its merit. On exhibition and for sale at 64: ORANGE STREET. JeS tf f. A. PEASE. A Friend in Need ! R. SWEET'S Infallible Liniment ! EREPARED from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut, the groat natural Bone-Setter been vied for more than 60 years and 1b the best known remedy for Rheumatism. NeuraUda. Sprain. Broiaea, Burns. Guta, Wounds, and all external Inju ries. Try it. Richardson & Co., Proprietors, i13a3&wtf Wnw Hftv sin, Can Newspaper Files. The Atwater Patent Newspa per File. TbeBet Article in Use. Waste Paper Baskets. A few extra fine quality, little soiled, at Tery low prices. ijegai uap, j,eixor. ssin, xsoie -aper ana inTeiopes Mnbl'auze. I iqaid 61ae. en u en or qaallty, finest Scarlet and Black Wafers Seal urn or Patent Adhesive Sealing Paper, very useful for many purposes, Gam med Labels, Merchandise and Shipping Tags. Sealing wax. Mouta or J ip wme, raeric lianos, founre, Kea, Blue an-i Black Pencils, Pencil Leads fitted. Silicate Slates and Erasable Tablets, Best Blotting Paper, etc., always in stock at lowest prices at NO. 163 CSI.4LFEI, STREET Under the Elliott House, Opposite the Opera House. ul2 PECK SPEBRY. Nature's Sparkling Specific for Indigestina and Biliousness, the water of the famous Reltzer Spa. Is duplicate la a moment with a spoon ul of Tar bast's Seltzer Aperient, which contains every val uable element of the German Spring. The sreatttst physicians of Eur pe pronounce that free gift of Pro vidence the most potent of all known alteratives, and its fac-simlle, fresh and foaming, is now placed with in tns reacn 01 .v.ry invaua in ine WAsiern world. SOU) BY ALL DBUGGtlSTS. THE SECRET or a BKAtJTIFUl. FACES Mile Roe Blanchard's IMPERHL CaKM Off LILIES, for beautifying and preserving the COHPLEXIUN, SKI AND TK.KTI1, Is the only extraordinary and dellRhtful 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 umiea h ats on receipt or si Address BLACHARD M'F'G CO., (Send card for Oireular ) New Kotk. CLAIRVOYANT! MBS. J. J. CLARK, Business, Test and Healing : Medium, will be absfent from her parlors 81 Church street, from Monday, July 17, until about Beptemoer 1st. uurmg tnat perioa en. win sojourn at the Spiritualistio Camp meeting at Niantic. AU letters addressed to her there will reoeive attention. Jyw SPLENDID SUMMER MILLINERY A magnificent selection, comprising all that Is Stylish, Handsome, and Becoming, At SI? s. J. ISABELLA WILBUR'S, 96 Orange Street. and Children's Hat a. j16 Mill FJj A VO R I5TG EXTRACTS. Their exceltn hisb standard wins for them nattering encomiums from 11 housbkeepers in the city who have used them. Con centrated strength, ren ders them lifgnly econ omical. Manufactured by Thos. Wood & Co., Boston. boiq Dy an urooers. FOR SALE, A FINE GRAY MABE, between six and seven years old. Warranted sound, kind snd true. Apply at New llaven Foldingchair Company, 553 State Street. jy31 mfttu Or 308 ORANGE STREET. G.H.Gidney Dentlst.No 353 Chapel St.. be tween State it Orange, north side. Dentistry in all its branches. Teeth extracted with nitrous oxide or lam him gas. All work warranted to give perfect satisfaction or no charge made. Pri ces the lowest consistent with first-class work. Jy20 la We offer to arrive one carload Oregon and Sacra mento River Salmon, one oar California i'rulB of the celebrated Oolden Gate brand. 1 bene goods are a di rect purchase by us from San Francisco and will sell the same to the trade as low as any Eastern House. J. D. DEWELL & CO., Wholesale Grocers and Canned Goods Dealers, Jy25 33 to 9139 State Street. FISTULA (iiid PIIjISS Cured without thetTsa of the Knife. WILLIAM BEAD M. D., Harvard, 1842), and ROB ERT M. READ (M. IX, Harvard, 187A), 41 Somerset Street, Boston, give special attention to th. treat ment of FISTULA, 1-1L.KS, AND AL.L, Dig. EASES THE RECTUM, without deten tion from buslress. Abundant references given. Pamphlets sent on application. Office hours 12 to 4 o'olock p. m. (except Sundays). au9 eod6n Greenwich Academy. T7sal Literary Ciourses, with Musical Institute and Commercial College. Founciect J sua. Both Sexes. tafloaneea decidedly relicrioua. Home care and com- xorts.'jt'aEarmtngiy Jocated on narraffunaftt Bay and on-direct route from N. Y. to Boston. Grand op- pxtminiis.for salt-water bathing and boating. Terms modem, upen pi vjauuogun iree. ReVt F D BLAKJKSLKB, A.m., Principal. . ua eoMAWxm iasi ureenwicn, k,. j. NICHOLS ACADEMY TWO THOROUGH COURSES OP STUDY Col !:. Preparatory and the Ensli.h. NEW BUILDINGS FURN SHED WITH . APPARATUS OP ALL KINDS. PAILTBRHBEGISS SEPT. 5. 1883. Fins Library, Large Telescope, Good Boarding and Aeausy juoauty. Aaaress principal, H. T. DAWSON, Dudley, Mass. amlO eodawlra New Life 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 diseas.e be so surely prevented as by keeping the system in 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 ease, &c. H. S. Berlin, Esq., of the well-known firm of H. S. Berlin & Co., Attorneys, Le Droit Building, Washing ton, D. C, writes, Dec. 5 th, 1881 : 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 excellent results. 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 good." The genuine is made only by the Brown Chemical Co. Baltimore, Md. DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S CRATEPUL-COMFORTINb. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. "By a thorough knowledge of tie natural laws which gorern the operations of digestion and nutri tion, and by a careful application of the flne proper ties of well-selected Cocoa,Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctcrs' 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 subtle 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 fortified wiin pure Diooo ana a properly nourished frame.'' CiimiSvtvUn Gazette. MaO.slj.ply with boiling water or milk. Bold In tins only (K lb. and lb.), labeled ajijsb uri-ii oc vo 004 TnHaly Homoeopathic Chemists ESTABLISHED 1865. ISAAC W. STILES DENTIST. No. 230 Chapel Street Boom No. 4, Over Whittlesey's Drug Store, Office hours from 9:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. jyll TTSly INDUN BPD SYRUP. f! dyM. II H II PI w 1 Ife ffli.m H RBI V ITRJLIXF M-UtK.1 fi Dyspepsia, Iiiver I IDiseases.Fever and Aeue, Klieumattsra Dropsy, Heart Dis ease, Jtsiuonsness, VJNerrous Debility, etc- Tne Best Remedy Known to Man. 12,000,000 BOTTLES SOL,I SIBTCB 18TO. This Syrup Possesses Van-led Properties. It Stimulates the Ptyallme lm the Saliva. which Converts the Starch and Sugar of the Sooil Into Glucose A deficiency ot Ptysllno casim Wind and Souring of the Food In the Stomach. It the Medicine 1. takon immediately after eating the fer mentation ox s'ooa is preveniea. it acts upon tne Juiver. It acts upon the Kldneya. It regulates the Bowels. It purifies the Blood. It quiets the Nervous System. It promotes Digestion. It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigor ates. It carries off the Old Blood and makes Now. It Opens the pores of the ssrln and Indu ces Realty Perspiration. waterxora, uonn.. jjuj su, ibou. Vs. Oiui Johnbon : I have suffered very much In the last three years from Headache, and have got little or no relief from any source until lately. I purchased of your agent some of the Indian Blood Syrup, and am con scious of great relief from its use. I can recommend it in all confidence. WELCOME O. BATES, Pastor of First Baptist Church. It neutralises the hereditary taint, or nolson in th blood, which generates scrofula, erysipelas, and all manner of skin diseases and internal humors. There are no spirits emnloved in its manufacture. and it oan be taken by the most delicate babe or by the aged and feeble, care only being required In at tention to directions. New London, Oonn. Hearing of some of the mmarkable enrea effected by Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Bvrnn. I called on an Agent and procured a bottle, and it has done me more gooa xor aiaziness vnan any otner meaicm. that I have ever used. I would recommend all alBiot- ed to give It a trial and be convinced. JOHN MOON. Ijakesville, Litchfield Co., Oonn. I hsve used Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Syr up for sick headache, and It effeotually relieved me I recommend it highly. MBS. J. WHIKEMAN. Bristol, Hartford Co., Oonn. I have used Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Syr. up for neuralgia in the face, which sreatly troubled me, ana a snort trial gave me immediate relief. MUD. WM. BttAUHHAW. Norwioh. Oonn. Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Svrun has cured me of dyspepsia and indigestion, and I oan therefore reoommena it with confidence to those amiotea with like diseases. MBS. THOMAS BOBINSON. Agents wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood Jyrup In every town or villas In which I have no agents, particulars given on application. DRUGGISTS SELL, IT. Laboratory 77 W. 3rd Street, N. Y. City, sel9 d&w STARTLING DISCOVERY! LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. A viotim of youthful imprudence causing Prenu. ture Decay, Nervous Debility, Iiost Manhood, etc., having tried in vain every known remedy, has dis covered a simple self cure, which he will send FBES to his fellow-sufferer, address J. H, KEEVS 43 Chatham St.. N. Y DncmuriY piiocn dv I1ILLI UU1IL.U Ul Jfotrrnal anb Courier. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY OARKINGTON & C9.t 99. 400 State Street, Courier Bunding JOHN B, OABBOTOTOH. SUWAnD T. OABniNQTOl?. JOHH B. OAKBXXSTOH, 3E Wednesday Morning, Angnst 16, 18S2. A CURIOSITY IN BANKING. A queer bank is about to bs started in Vi enna. It is to be called the "City Mortgage Bank," and its main purpose is to issne negotiable mortgages on real estate. The city of Vienna will contribute $250,000, which will be the only capital of the institu tion. The bank will be strictly private prop erty, but agrees to pay the city four per oent. on the $250,000, and to pay the prin cipal when the surplus reaches $500,000. Article three of the charter provides that "the city of Vienna guarantees all obligations incurred by the City Mortgage Bank." For this the city is allowed to exercise control by appointing six members to serve three years each, by appointing two clerks, and by or ganizing a commission consisting of these eight men and the city mayor. This com nmaion will be expressly confined to the work of general supervision and will have no voice in the management of the bank or its funds. The negotiable mortgages issued by the bank will represent $25 each, or multiples thereof ; they will be first mortgages only ; and they will never represent above 50 per cent, of the assessed value of the mortgaged property. All expenses of valuation,law and negotiation are borne by the person wishing for a mortgage. Such a person, however, will not receive cash, bnt only negotiable paper bearing 4 per cent, interest and sold at the stock exchange, where it is expected to bring above 90 per cent. The bank offers to negotiate its own paper for the usual com mission. Thus a man having an estate worth $10,600, and wishing for a mortgage, has to pay for an investigation of his property and all incidental expenses, and finally he gets about $5,000 in paper, which will probably have a cash value of $4,500. But before he gets this cash, he must pay a commission and meet inci dental obligations. In reality he will get about $4,000. On this he pays an annual in terest of $200 ; and the mortgage of $5,000 cannot be paid by him until the bank de mands it. Then it must be paid. The bank, however, promises to demand pay only on a few shares every year, until the whole mort gage is extinguished. It is argued that this bank; will be a great benefit to the people of Vienna. The inert gages on real property in that city amount to one hundred and twenty million dollars, much of which pays six per cent, a year. Usurious practiees are common, and mortgageors are often oppressed. It is claimed that the bank will enable people to borrow money on real estate at a reasonable rate and escape untime ly and iniquitous foreclosures. In view of its "charitable" nature the bank will not pay .any municipal taxes. The enterprise appears to 6t? a safe one for its promoters. All the risks lie wiWi the city, which lends the $250,- nnn to start wif li. " 7c saems hardlv nrobable hat such a scheme could gain thesanction of the city of Vienna and the imperial govern ment of Austria, and yet we are told that it thas. ED1T0K1AJU NOTUS. In some parts of this country it is common to express disapproval of a person by telling him that he is "not half-baked." This re proach would not apply to anybody in this vioinity. The spread of the prohibitory movement in the South has been almost as remarkable as in the West. A recent canvass shows that Georgia has no fewer than forty-twe counties where the prohibitionists claim to be in the majority. On another page will be found some ao count of what has been done to give a few of the deserving poor of the ci ty a little rest and a breath of country air. It is a pity that the Fresh Air fund is not larger. If benevolent people really knew the good that money spent in this way does it would be larger. Bishop Ireland, in his address before the National Roman Catholic Total Abstinence Union, at St. Paul, said things which have stirred up the feelings of Irishmen consid erably. The following sentence especially meets with disapprobation : "The woes of the people of Ireland are mostly brought about by intemperanoe, and if they could be made temperate and kept so for fifteen years they could buy the entire island with the money they would otherwise spend for strong drink." Under the authority of Congress and by means of an appropriation of $20,000 Sena tor Hill of Colorado and Commissioner Beach of Wisconsin have just chosen a site for- one of the proposed artesian wells which are ex peoted to redeem a large extent of barren and desolate land in Colorado. This experimen tal well will be dug within a mile of Akron, which is 112 miles from Denver, on the Burlington and Missouri railroad. A second well win probably be dug at Kit Uarson, on the Kansas Pacific railroad. In all that re gion there are satisfactory indications of an abundant subterranean flow of water, and tha surface is diversified by numerous natu ral basins which at small expense could be turned into storage reservoirs. f e Mean Cnrei,Jot Merely Relieycfl And, Can Prove What TVe Claim. There are no failures and no disappointments. Ifyouare troubled with SICK HEADACHE, you can be easily and quickly cured, as hundreds have been already. Send for sheet of test. Imonials. CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS Also cure all forma of Biliousness, prevent Constipation and Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, relieve distress from too hearty eating" correct Disorders of the Stomach, Stimulate tne Liver, and Regulate the Bowels. They do alt this by taking just one little pill at a dose. They are purely vegetablerdo not gripe or purge, and aro as nearly perfect as it is possible for a pill to be. Price, 26 cents, 6 for $1. Sold by drug gists everywhere, or sent by mail. CARTER MEDICINE CO., NEW YORK. Sold Wholesale by Bionsrdsen & Co. All Druggists Eetail. Jelsaswtl Fire Insurance. All insurable property taken at the lowest rates in sound companies against lightning as well as lire. A. S3. !sadl-y it Hon ma30 :hn.iil Street. WM. D. BRYAN, CUSTOM TAILOR, No. 127 Church Street, is selling DRESS ANI BUSINESS SUITS A lower vrlnes than vcr bef ors. Sue CONFECTIONERY! Wholesale and Retail. Novelties in Penny Goods Constantly arriving. Fresh Ooodi Received IJa-il y. Ice Cream, Soda and Mineral Wa ters, best in the city. Li. G. HOADLEY, IVo. i;tO State Street. jyin FLORIDA ORANGES. SHIPMENT received this morning. no26 duality sincl Order ITlne. . E. E. HAI.Ii & SON. An interesting case involving the title to ice in navigable rivers has been decided by the Supreme Court of Kansas. The follow ing is the gist of the opinion : The title t- the soil being in the State, and the str being a publio highway, obviously the own ership of the ice would rest In the general publio, or in the State as the representative of that public. The riparian proprietor would have no more title to the ioe than he would to the fish. It Bimply is this, that bis land joins the land of the State. The fact that it so joins gives him no title to that land or to anything formed or grown upon it, any more than it does to anything formed or grown or found upon the land of any indi vidual neighbor. Undoubtedly, in view of the importance that ice is rapidly assuming as a merchantable commodity, it would be wise for the ijtate to legislate in reference to the ice product of the navigable streams : but until such legislation is had it would seem that the one who first appropriates and seoures the ice which is formed is entitled to it, and on the same principle that he who catches a fish in one of those rivers owns it. Hawthorne. Mr. Latlirop seems to have no doubt that this sketch is all that Hawthorne left of the "powerful and characteristic romance," soon to be published, and that its alleged completeness is due to some kind of "literary necromancy," employed by its finder and editor. Mr. Lathrop also says that, so far from Hawthorne's being a wretched penman, whose writing only his wife could decipher, his handwriting was clear and legible, and that Mrs. Hawthorne and their elder daughter transcribed come of his books rather to savo him labor, than be cause of any defect in his penmanship. Now Mr. 3 alian Hawthorne will probably be heard from. At least he ought to be. CUOL WAVES. A good cocoanut is meaty, but a falling star is meteor. Lowell Courier. The Arab's favorite musical instrument the loot. Cincinnati Saturday tfiglit. A Main schoolboy has gone insane. The calamity was occasioned by his sitting up nights searching geographies and atlases to hnd the Koyal river mentioned in tne river and harbor bill. An elderly man in Boston is so polite and loving that when he is dining with the young lady of his heart he puts syrup on his bald bead to attract tne flies and prevent them from annoying her. "How far is it to Maaayunk ?" asked a weary Irishman, who was going there afoot. Seven miles." was the reply. "Whom do you wish to see there ?" "Faith it's meself i d loik to see there," was the retort. Phua- delpliia Quiz. A man wrote the Bangor Commercial to re mind the owners of dogs of the importance of giving them plenty of oold water during dog-days. The editor endorsed the corre spondent's idea, and added: "We always give our dog a drink when we drink our selves, and -consequently he is never thirsty." JJoxton Post. "And so you love June better than any other month," she said, gazing at the young farmer from the blue abysses of her soft dreamy eyes. "Beautiful leafy Jnne, with its roses and its song birds and its fragrant laden zephyrs?" "Yes." he replied, non chalantly, "it's the best month to wean calves." Brooklyn Eagle. Study of drunkards : There are of them those who live to drink for to drink and oth ers who drink for to guzzle himself. It is before one of these last that a coacher was vaunting in a tavern one of his friends who had so much the head solid that he could drink ten litres of wine without guzzling himself. The drunkard convinced lets re fall his head between his hands In sobbing, "The unhappy!" Translated from the French. CORRESPONDENCE. A question which will make quite a stir has been raised by the announcement that a story written by Hawthorne and entitled "Dr. Orimshawe's Secret" is about to be published. Mr. George P. Lathrop, Haw thorne's son-in-law, says that neither he nor his wife ever heard of the new romanoe until they saw the publisher's announcement, but of Hawthorne's papers they did know some thing. After Mr. Hawthorne's death his two daughters went carefully over all the pa pers left by their father, which had until then been in her possession. They found, among other things, the manuscript of ' 'Sep timius Felton," which was afterward printed, and a fragment, a study for a romance, cor responding in character and motive with that now announced for publication, but it was only a fragment. Some time later Haw thorne's papers and literary remains were divided among his children, and this frag ment Was among those which went to Julian Tbe Thousand Island. Tha Attractions They Offer to Summer Visitors Camp. Isg Out and Other Fsa. Among the Thousand Islands, ) Aug. 14, 1882. S To the Editor of the Jottbnai. and Courier : Of the prominent rising summer resorts, none are more famous or more truly worthy of patronage than those among the far-famed Thousand Islands. While not so generally known or liberally patronized as Saratoga Springs or Newport,, yet they are every year coming more and more into prominence, and many would prefer a sojourn here to one it Saratoga. The islands, that is those used for summer purposes, are scattered along for a distance of about twenty mile., - heianin I in the n'cinity of" Clayton and extending be low Alexandria Bay ; where, far away from the heat and dust of the city, are combined the leisure and fashion of Saratoga or New port, with the jolly "don't care" of camp life. Here, where scarcely ten years ago everything was covered with foliage, broken only here and there by a fishing or lumber station, now is to be found one of the most beautiful spots in the world for summer leis ure. Many of the trees have yielded to the woodman's axe ; beautiful parks have been laid out ; and cottages and hotels have sprung up with amazing rapidity. The latter part of last month found us pleasantly situated in the midst of these far-famed islands. A thirteen hours' ride from New York left us early in the morning at Cape Vincent, a fishing village on tbe St. Lawrence, and one of the termini of the Borne, Watertown and Ogdensburg railroad. Here we found t cozy little steamer in waiting to take us down the river among the islands ; and steaming ou? we found ourselves almost immediately in their midst. From the instant one leaves the oars at the "Cape" the river is one pic ture of life, not business life, but one easy going, care for-nothing existence. As we ride along every now and then we would seem to be running straight upon the rooks, when a gentle turn of the tiller clears us of our danger and brings us into one of the quiet bays for which the St. Lawrenoe is so noted. The river for many miles is as much as ten miles across, while countless islands, large and small, divide it up into numberless little bays and inlets, which are as smooth and glass like as the quietest lake. Our first stopping is at Clayton, one of the northern termini of the Utica and Black Biver rail road, and is the nearest approaching place to the Islands from New York. Until recently Clayton has been a lumber station of consid erable importance, but as soon as it beoame fashionable to come to the Islands for the summer the town put on a holiday appear ance, and everything is put in readiness for the pleasure and convenience of tourists. Two miles below Clayton is Bound Island, on whioh is situated Bound Island Park, the home of the Baptists. This is the newest, and in time will become the pleasantest of the three parks now conducted among the Islands by as many religious denominations As we approaoh the island the first thing which attracts our attention is the neatness and care with which everything is arranged. The large and new. hotel reminds us of those at Brighton, both in size and inside splendor, and the fact of its being well filled speaks well for its high popularity. Bound Island Park,. . though opened scarcely two years sinoe, has already beoome noted for its seleot society and the elegance and grandeur of its surroundings. . From the top of the hotel nearly fifty islands may be distinguished and counted. Two mails each day connect it with the mainland and a submarine cable en ables telegraph messages .to be transmitted to any part of the globe. A large number of cottages have been erooted and streets and V .venues laid out, and -named after prominent J Aantial nllATAa anil nlaro.m.n Three miles' ride from Bound Island Park brings us to the upper end of Wells Island, where is situated the Thousand Island Park, tbe first settled and largest on the river Several years ago some prominent Metho dists conceived tbe idea of seleoting this spot as a plaoe for an international camp meeting ground. Being on the St. Lawrence, it was thought to be most convenient for the Cana dians, as well as a most beautiful resort for leisure and religious meetings for those from the United States. A large tabernaole was erected whose bell calls the people together every morning during the summer months Building lots were sold and cottages have sprung up so that at the present time it is estimated that many hundreds of families are living at the Park. Uampmg is indulged in here more than at any of the other .parks, and the snow-white tents, opened to the breeze, add much to the beauty of the place. Every day religions meetings are held in the tabernaole, and the most eminent divines from the United States and Canada are en gaged for the occasion. This park, although the oldest and best patronized, is at the same time the most restricted resort on the river. A fee of ten cents a day is required from each person coming on the island, and other restrictions combine to keep away many who would otherwise go there. St. Lawrence avenue is the principal thoroughfare, extend ing from the steamboat landing to the taber naole, and has a plank walk its entire dis tance. There is no hotel in the immediate limits of the park. Funds had been raised and some work had been done, but owing to tne I allure 01 a well Known bank, it was necessarily suspended. Near by, however, are the Grennell, Wellesley and Hub Houses, all of which receive their share of patronage. At the other extremity of Wells1 Island is Westminster Park. This park, under the control of a Presbyterian association, is but a trifle older than Kound Island Park, though not so well filled with cottages. The hotel is the principal feature. Everything is oonduoted in first-class style, and each table in the long and spacious dining room has its own colored waiter and white apron. This is the quietest resort among the Islands, and for that reason many families stop here in preference to the others. Between the Thousand Island Park an al- exandria Bay, nine miles down the river, are many handsome and costly cottages, on is lands of as many shupea and sires. They are often brought forcibly to notice by the ringing report of a cannon or the favorite war-whoop of the inhabitants, some of which vie with the "wah hoo wah" yell of Dartmouth. At the Bay we find the first real bustle and business on the river. The two large hotels, the Thousand Island House and Crossmon House, are models of their kind aDd are well filled. In the immediate vicinity of Alexan dria Bay may be noticed "Bonnio Castle," the summer residenee of the late J, G. Hol land. There are three different modes of living here. The first is that of boarding regularly at one of the hotels. This costs at Alexan dria Bay from $3 to $4 per day, while at Clayton it is from $10 to $20 per week. As these are regular Saratoga prices, many fam ilies prefer to rent a cottage on one of the parks or islands, taking their meals at the botels. Thitri a hifihly enjoyable mode of living and much indulged in. The third way, however, adopted by the younger peo pie, and especially the college students, is camping. "Early to bed and early to rise" seems to bave no hold on them as being best for their health. Boating, fishing, appoint ments with tbe young ladies at the hotels or cottages, where lawn tennis is very popular, and visiting other camps, fill the day up well, while moonlight excursions a jd hops keep ihem from bunking in till the "wee sma' houri," and as a natural consequence the sun is well up before they are the next morning. Almost every evening parties are made up at tne- hotels, and excursions made to some place where a hop is indulged in until it is time to return. Hops. are given at the Bound Island House nearly every evening, and at the CrosBmon and Thousand Island Houses several times each week. Everybody seems to enjoy themselves, and it is alw&vs with feelings of regret that one leaves the St. Lawrence for home. The fishing has been very good this sum mer. Pickerel, bass, muscalongs and stur geon are the booty. Big fish stories are as plentiful as ever, but the average haul may be comprehended without trouble by the ave rage brain. Three dollars is the price for an oarsman for a day. This includes boat, fish ing tackle, bait, etc. The oarsman rows you to the best places and cooks dinner when noon comes. It is well worth the money, however, as "it's a cold day" when you don't catch enough fish to pay for the boatman. The weather here has been comfortable this month, and as we watoh the mail every morning and get the Courier's weather re port and hear of your 90 in the shade, we cannot help but be grateful that it is our privilege to escape the intense heat of the oity, and at the same time enjoy such pleas ant surroundings. G. L. B. Sleepers' Discomforts In Germany. Dresden Letter to Springfield Bepnbllcsn. One of the first complaints heard from Amerieans on arriving in Germany is against the beds, for Grman beds, as a rule, are short so very short that a man who is un fortunate enough to measure six feet has to double himself np between the head and foot board, like the letter A in the alphabet. The misery of this, uncomfortable position would not be necessary were the beds of a decent width, for with a wide bed, even if it was not of sufficient length, he could lay "cornering," or he could turn over on hi side and double p without projecting his knees and his feet into the oold air outside of the mattress. German beds, almost withoat exception, are single yes, very single so muoh so that the occupant if he attempts to deviate an inch or two from a horizontal position finds himself sprawling on the floor.' Che sheets, bed blankets, etc., are made just to fit the bsds and are never wide enough to "tuck in." They are seldom but an inch or two wider than the mattress, and it requires tbe skill and experience of an acrobat, espe cially with a foreigner, to keep the bed clothe evenly balanced over him. And then the grffjnMfirs grumble . at tbe pillows, Which they declare a?J either too large or too small, too hard or too soft," tnat tne oniy peo ple who know how to maiLtf- comfortable pil lows, and who have them, are the Airofirioans. Many of the hotels and boarding nouses nere adopt the French pillow, which is about half the size of the mattress and stuffed out so hard and plump that the only benefit the tired tiaveler gets from it is to have it serve as a rest for his back while he sleeps in a sit ting position. The ' majority of pillows, however, found in Germany are made wedge shaped, of the same material as the mattress, and come to a point near the center of the bed. On these, the sleeper, lr fie sleeps. rests on an inclined plane, and looks like a body on one of the narrow planks in the Morgue at Paris with a sheet thrown over it. ' I think it would be difficult to find a bed in this country that would measure over five feet ten, or six feet at most, between tne head and foot board, and as for a wide double bed there is probably none in all Germany, with out it may be the one I saw at the museum in Munioh, which is said to have belonged to some king or baron of olden time. Tha Eventnal Coarse In ISjrypt. From the London Standard. Assuming, from the carefulness of the ministerial statements, that there is some foundation for the report that Arabi is dis posed to surrender, we shall be anxious to lsarn the conditions on whioh be is willing to give himself up. If they are such as oan be accepted the government will, of course, ao- cept them. Nothing oould be further from the wishes of the country tnan to engage in a sanguinary campaign in the East if it oan possibly be avoided, and we should ail wel come a trustworthy and adequate arrange ment exonerating us from the painful doty of sacrificing human life. But even if the proposed negotiations should prove to be of a serious character, they will have to reach a very much more ad vanced stage before this country oan remit its warlike preparations for securing the de feat or compelling the submission of Arabi, and for restoring Egypt to a normal and peaceful condition. It would argue unpar donable weakness on the part of the govern ment if they were to slacken In the task, tne performance of which has brought them more credit with the world, and obtained for them more respect and confidence from the nation, than any or all of their acts since their accession to power. Whether Arabi lays down his sword at once, or whether it be struck out of his grasp, there will be a considerable work to be done in Egypt. This work cannot be effected save under the pro tection and supervision of an armed force and an armed force not composed of native elements, nor yet, we may add, of material dispatches from Constantinople. In a word, should Arabi yield without fighting, we shall then find ourselves where we should have been had we been compelled to fight him, and had we brought him to his senses. It will be well for Egypt and for the East, and not ill for Enrope, that our flag .should be seen on the banks of the "Nile. Mr. . Glad stone seems to be buckling to the work of war with the habitual zeal he displays in any thing for which he himself is responsible. Ha already talks of "Imperial interests" as one to the manor born, and he imitates the determined patriotism of his muoh abused predecessor with characteristic unconscious ness. It may be hoped, therefore, that .ie Prime Minister and his colleagues; are in earnest, now that they borrow the vocabula ry of Lord Beaoonsfield, and talk frankly of the duty of vindicating England's honor and protecting England's interests. , But there is a good deal of leeway to make up, and at the first symptom of hesitation and feebleness the enemies of England would once more be lieve that in matters of foreign polioy reso lute counsels are not to bo expected from a Liberal Cabinet. All the more important, therefore, is it that we should not allow our selves to be duped. If Arabi and tbe Egyp tian army will lay down their swords, well and good. The reorganisation of Egypt will then have to be taken in hand ; and those will have the most authoritative voloe in di recting it who stand upon the spot in arms, and able to prove that they were prepared to bring about by force the peace suddenly con cluded without a blow. finally sailing majestically away toward the Venesuelan coast. It was getting toward mid-day before we reached the bay, and I was glad when our journey was ended. It is a little shallow bay, with a beach of white sand, and fringed to tbe water's edge with mangrove bushes. These bushes are literal ly covered with oysters; the twigs and branches were thick with them, not singly, but stuck together in clumps, the shells over lapping and fitting one into the other in a compact mass. These oysters are very small, varying in size from a half-dollar to a six penny piece, and although opening such little things was tedious work, jet still when it was once done the trouble was well repaid, as they were remarkably fine flavored. We set the men to work, and kept them hard at it, while we enjoyed a feast, having our hands sufficiently cut and scratched in break ing them off the trees. It is, perhaps, not difficult to imagine how they got on to the low branches of the mangroves overhanging and dipping into the water, but how they got to those at the top, at such a height above the surface, is not so easy to account for, nor do I remember at this moment any explana tion being given in any work where the tree oyster has been mentioned. Before coming away, we pulled off a large quantity of the branches, and, breaking them up, stowed them away in the boat until we bad a good load to take back to the island. Considera ble caution had to be observed in moving about under and among the bushes, as the shells were as sharp as knives, and a branch laden with such fruit, swinging against one's face, would not be likely to conduoe , to its beauty ; as it was, our hands bore traces of our exoursion for many days after. WILSONIA GARMENTS ! WE call attention to sn additional testimonial from the Rev. Dr. Dennen,psstor of the Third Congregational church. 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