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TSE LAB6EHT DAILY NEWSPAPER IFtJ VMM CITY. OFFICE 400 STATE STREET. VOL. L. NKW, HAVEN CONN.. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1882. Price Four Cents. J. N. Adam & Co. We are now opening fall styles in Foulards and ftlomie Cloth Brocades. A lull line of 8 Button Mousqiietaire Kid Gloves in lue 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 85c. OUR NO. 1. An Unlaundried Shirt, made of Bwight anchor cotton, Linen Cuffs, Neck Band and Reinforced, at the low price of 50c. We are closing out PARASOLS and the Balance of our Summer stock at less cost. J. N. Adam & Co. ATHLOPHOHOS! SE.4RLES' GREAT RHEUMATIC CURE ! A Specific for the Cure of Rheumatism and Nothing Else. Certain to Cure if Directions are Strictly Followea. Address all orders to ROBERT N. SEARLE, NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT. For sale by all first-class Druggists. MB. SEARLES : fiw Haven, July 24, 1882. Deab Sib, I wish to say for the benefit of all who are suffering with Inflammatory Rheumatism 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 therein a specifics for disease of any kind, your's most certainly is for Inflammatory Rheumatism in its severest form. Yours most respectfully, "VVM. P. CORBIT, auj Pastor George St. M. E. Church, New Haven, Ct. WE MAKE PAIRS PANTS PER WEEK. We have 500 different styles to select from. Also a full line of the best Merchant Tailoring Goods at popular prices. L. H. FREEDMAN, 9 OHUBCH STREET. X. 13. Pants made to order at six bours notice if requisite. ma31 DR. 6. F. PETERSON, DENTIST, 26 Elm Street, Corner of Orange, HBO "N-vw HmiFQ. Onn ECUBED RATENTS tZ- For Inventors. SEND MODEL, SKETCH. DESCRIPTION OF INVENTION TO H. K. JOHNSON & C0.,w'"hI,ls"'c. d7tf ' EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. BOOK- of account opened or closed. Accounts ad justed. Notarial business attended to at rooms of Tale Business College by GEORGE SHERMAN, 3Q if Boom 87. Insurance Building. Edward B. Clarke & Co., House, - Sip, .Decorative Painters, And Paper Han ger s. Kalsomining, Griming and .Glazing. DEALERS IN Plain St Decorative -Wall faperr I'm int., Oils, Glass and Bruilies or jver y 'In scription. Aejits for Vah'n tine'i Varnishes, Colors, etc.. etc. Orders by -mail promptly attended to. 482 Chapel Street, Corner High, Opposite Yale Art School, el ly New Haven. Conn. Eddv's Refrigerators. THE best in use, the best made, and they are the best Refrigerator for you to buy. Look at then before purchasing, and you will buy no other. Ask for the EDDY. Sold by W. T. CANNON & CO., myas RO Ste Strnot. r flmi'i DENTIST, . eib Building, Cor. ChwhandChsp. m1 StrflAtl. MODERATE PRICES. Isojr Wsitl, with good refer- eneos- eaww 8. W. 8EARLE, Surreyor and Ciyil Engineer, so. A Conn. Savings Bank Bulldl 1ik II ri llENGLAND CONSERVATORY OF ll U llfMIICin &SCH00L0F ENGLISH IV r f iYll5lL BRANCHES.UNGUAGES. 1 1 L.1 1 ARTS.ELOCUT10N&PHYSICALCULTURE E SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED. IN THE HEART OF BOSTON. RARE ADVA NTAGES, LOW RATES. SEND FOR CIRCULAR. E.TOURJEE. ESTABLISHED 1865. ISAAC W. STILES, DENTIST, No. 230 Chapel Street, Boom No 4, Over Whittlesey's Drug Store. Office hours f rem 9:30 aT m. to 5 p. ra. jyll TTBly Andrew Goodman, 88 Crown Street, FINE DELICACIES. Tne Best Quality Canned Meats. Smoked (Sturgeon (Albany beef). 8 a -ked Eels. Tickled Lambs Tongues by the doz. Pickied Sliced Tongues by the paund. Pickled Pigs Feet by the pound. Boiled Ham by tne pound. Imp irted Ham Sausage. , Imported 8aissOheese Neufohatel Cheese. Durham creamery Butter. Beef Tenderloin, 30c per can. Potted Ham, 22c per can. Potted Tongue, 25 o per can. Potted Chicken, 3Uo per can. Lunch Tongues, 40o per can. 8-lb, cans of Goose, with Jelly, 65o per oan. 3-lb. cans Boast Beef, 5o per oan. Derlled Chicken, 4io per can. Deviled Turkey. 2o per can. Deviled Ham, 30c per can. Deviled Tongue, 35c per can. Buskin's Saiidwlch Turkey, 35o per oan. Hnokln's Sandwich Chicken, 3So per can. Euokln's Sandwich Ham, 30o per can. Mason Jar Spiced Tongnes, 48o. Dnrkee'e Hals I Dressing, 4So, 8 lb. cans Br ok Trout, So. 3 lb. cans Turkey, 360. 3 lb. cans Chloken, 380. 3 lb. cans Goose, 8fio. 3 lb. cans Dnok, 8fio. Fine Wines and Liquors. AKPKEW GOODMAN, Ko. 68 Crown St., Hear Uuslo Hall 4 doors from Ohuroh street, GOODMAN'S BUILDING. Eeglater sudTJalon copy. Jyl6 MILLS & MARSDElN, Attorneys and Councillors at Taw, 3US vnapei street, jnt'cneirs unnoing, ClOMMISblONERS OF DEEDh.for New fork, Mas. J sachusetts. Michiean. Pennsylvania. Illinois. Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina California, Kansas, Rhode Island, Iowa, New Jersey, Minnesota, Ohio, Louisiana, sso. Collections made in all parts of the United States,at lowest rates, through reliable correspondents. Ja5 Chas. S. Hamilton, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 7 TALE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, Corner Ohapel and State Streets, Notary Public Now Haven, Conn. ap6tf E. P. ARVINE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Booms 9 and 11, 69 Church St. eulB GRATEFIIL-COMFOKTINb. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. 'By a thorough knowledge of tke natural laws. tlon, and by a careful application of the fine proper ties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Eppa has provided owe breakfast tables with a delicately flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctcrs' bills. It is by the judicious 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 tatal shaft by seeping ourselves well iortlnea with pure blood and a properly nourished frame,' utvu service uazette. Made simply with boiliBK water or milk. Sold In tinsoniv (16 lb. and lb.. labeled oc4 luwaiy lokdon. isnqlanit. re Insurance, AH insurable property taken at the lowest rates in sound companies against lightning as well as fire. A. 3. Dudley & Son, maJO '.H Chapel Street WM. O. BRYAN, CUSTOM TAILOR, No. 127 Church Street, is selling LfKESS AND BUSINESS SUITS NEW STYLES PI i GENTLEMEN. StylishLa.ee Shoes With Patent Hooks, easily adjusted. ONLY $3.50. fl.UIMSTOL k SUNS, 336 Ohapel Street. ap!9 eod Mrs. E. Jones Young DENTIST. 230 Chapel.cor. State.Street B'd'g, over tfroogs s no. 's uat ana r ur score All work warranted. Office hoar from 9 a. m. to S p.m. jaoaaw SOMETHING NEW. A Gossamer Cloak for Ladies that can be worn either as a CIRCULAR or a NEWPORT. Gall and examine it. GOODYEAR Sole Agent, )7il Clmrcl St., cos. Center, m26 P. O. TUTTT.E. VroprHiAtor. AMY'S LIEBIG CO MP, EXTRACT An Invaluable anfl palatable tonio in all eas ot 'eak digestion " Is a success and a boon for which Nations should (eel grated; ture 111 Blue InK across Label. See Medical Press, Lancet, British Medical Journal, afs. To be had of all Storekeepers, Grocers, and Chemists. vw . inferior snb- Sole Agents for the United States (wholesale only) C. David & Co., W Jons Chea? an r f 8U 9, Fenebnroh Avenue, London, England. stitntes teiBff 'n tt& JlarKet. FINEST AND CHEAPEST MEAT FLAVOURING STOCK FOR SOUPS, MADE DISHES & SAUCES. CAUTION. Genuine 0NLT with fac-simile of Baron Liebig's Signa- 1H1S loin-,.:-' 18 necessary, owing to USEFUL HolidayPresents AT CEOFUT?S, 07 OUAMGE STREET. Splendid line of ladles' Shopping and Traveling Bags, Gents' Traveling Bags. Large stook of Trunks, Children's Toy Trnnfes. Fancy Baskets in new and uegant styles, r ur Kngs at low prices. Remember CEOFUT, NO. 97 CHANGE STREET. d,l3 H. J, McHUGH, veterinary surgeon, Sfo. 4T Crown street, Nw Raven, Conn. Eeference Wm Hale. Telephone to Hale's Stable Dr. MoHugh has been in practice 7 years. Jel9 tf Augustus A. Ball. ORNAMENTAL Iron Railing Works, 16 Audubon street. New Haven. Conn., manufacturer of iron Fences, Grates, Doors, Stairs, Shutters, Balco oles and Crestings ; also Fire Proof Vaults, Iron Col aruns, Girders, Illuminated Tile, eto. All kinds o) ron Work for public buildings and prisons, Boo' ts. Bridge Bolts, eto oil ly lEattfrcs, jefoclrg, WELLS G-TJNDE, Jewelers and Silversiiths, 866 Chapel Street, Dealers in Solid SMvea- and Silver Plated Ware, Spes tacles and Eye Glasses. Watches, Clocks and Jew elry repaired, p GOLD MiiDAL, PAEI3, 1878. BAKER'S Breakfast Cocoa. "Warranted absolutely p-ure Cocoa, from -which the excess of Oil has been removed. It has three times the, strength of Cocoa mixed with Sturch, Arrowroot or Sugar, end is therefore far more economi cal. It is delicious, nourishing, strengthening, easily digested, and admirably adapted for invalids aa weU aa for persons in heajth. Sold by Grocers eyeiywhere. W. BASER & CO., Dorteter, Mass, 59k A Friend in Need ! . Mil. SWKK'FS Orange1! St. Infallible LiufNnt ! FURNITURE DEALERS PREPARED from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet of Oonnectlont, the great natural Bone-Setter Has been used for more than 50 years and ia the best known remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains. Bruises, Burns. Outs, Wcunds, and all external inju lies. Try it. Richardson & Co,, Propnenrs, RlSeodfewtf KwHsv,n. Conn. HAVE the nnaat Painted Bedroom Suites in the city; New -Parlor Suites, Walnut Bedroom Suites. The best Spring Bed for tne money. Snllnt. Rattan. Oauo and Rush Seat Ohalrs. in'ltreat variety, as low as can be bought UNDERTAKING" Promptly attended to, night or day, with care. Bodies preserved without ice in tne oest manner. Also sole agents for Washburn's Deodorizing and Disinfecting Fluid. A new lot of Folding Ohairs and Stools to rent for parties or funerals. JelS M CLAIRVOYANT. RS. J. A. WRIGHT, 98 Orange Street, New H ven. Hours from 9 a. m to k p. m. apiv a mmmm MONITOR OIL STOVES Now for Comfort Hot Weather at Hand Do not be deceived into buying a Lamp Stove. Examine the MONITOR before you buy. Over 800 now in use in New Haven attest its merit. On exhibition and for eale at C4 ORANGE STREET. je3 tf V. A. PEASE. Newspaper Files. The Atwater Patent Newspa per File. Tbe Best Article in Use. Waste Paper Baskets. A few extra fine quality, little soiled, at very low prices Jegal Cap, .better, bill, JNote Faper ana ttnveiopea MubHatre, iquid Glue, suuertor quality, fin eat Scarlet and Black Wafers Seal urn or Patent Adbe. ivo Sealing Paper, very useful for many purposes. Gum med Labels, Merchandise and Shipping Tags, Sealing wax, MoutU or i ip Glue, Jiasuc Sands, Pounce, Ked, Blue an4 Black Peucils, Pencil Leads fitted. Silicate Slates and Erasable Tablets, Best Blotting Paper, etc., always in stock at lowest prices at WO. 103 CMiPEL STREET Under tke Elliott House, Opposite the Opera House. ul2 PE0K SPERRT. Nature's Sparlclittg Specific for Indigestion and biliousness, the water of the famous Heuzr tipa. is dm plicated in a moment with a spoonful of Tar rant's Seltzer Aperient, which contains every val uable element of the German Spring. The preaUst physicians of Eur pe pronounce that free gut of Pro vidence the most potent of all known alteratives, and its fac-simtle, fresh and foaming, is now placed with in the reach of every invalid in the western world. SOLD BY AJLL DRUGGISTS. THE SECRET of a BEAUTIFUL FACE. Mile Roe Blanchard's IMPERIAL Ci R, K A M OF KEI,IESt for beautifying and preserving the COMPLEXION, SK1 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 evprese paid to any part of the United S atas on receipt of $! Address blamjiiako hi 7 K-'ti i;o., (Send card for Circular ) New !orki FliAVORINO . EXTRACTS. Tlieir xcetding high ntandaiil wins for them flattering encomiums from all housekeepers in the city who have used them. on- fentrated strength rcn dersthem liietily eenn mica 1. Manufactured by thos. wood & Co., Boston. Sold by all Grocers. CLAIRVOYANT ! MRS. J. J. CLARK, Business, Test and Healing Medium, will be absent from her parlors til Church sf t. from Monday, July 17, until about Septemb 4 ; During that period she will sojourn at tbe Spil aalistic Canip meeting at Niantic. All letters adaressed. to her there will receive attention. jyl4 SPLENDIO SUMMER MILLINERY A magnificent selection, comprising all that is Stylish, Handsome, and Becoming:, Al JDs. J. ISABELLA WILBUR'S,' 96 Orange Street. N. B. A Choice Assortment of Babies1 Bonnets and Children's Huts. jel6 FOR SALE, A FINE GRAY. MARE, butween six and seven years old. "Warranted sound, kind and true. Apply at New Haven Folding Chair Company, 552 mate Street. jy31 m&ttl Or 208 ORANGE STREET. Greenwich. Academy. Usual Literary Courses, with Musical Institute and commercial uoileee. Fnnndea IHUtt. Both Hexes. Influences decidedly religious. Home care and com forts. Ckarmingly located on IVa ri-,it;H.nHel 1 Bay and on direct route from N. Y. to Boston. Grand op portunities for sait-water bathing and boating. Terms moderato. Open Wept 4th. Catalogue free. Rev. P D BLAKESLBE, A.m., Principal, au' eoaAwim khi. ureenwicu, l NICHOLS ACADEMY TWO THOROUGH COURSES OP STUDY' College Proparaitory and the Engli.li. NEW BUILDINGS TURN SHED WITH APPARATUS OF ALL KINDS. FALLTERN BEGINS SEPT. 5. 1883. Fine Library. Large Telescope, Good Boarding and xieaitny locality. AaaresM principal, H. T. DAWSON, Dudley, Mass aulO eodawlm its use I hD'isaii da of case s of the worst kind and of long standing bitve been cured. Jndeod, flo strong is my t.'fife'P'ts efficacy, that I will send TWO BOTTLES 1' RI'.R, together wilh a VALUABLE TREATISE on this disease to any sufferer. Give Kxpreas and P.O. ad dross. Da. T. A. SLOOUM. 181 Pearl St. New Fork We offer to arrive one carload Oregon and Sacra mento River Salmon, one car California J?'ruits 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 Eastern Heuse. J. D. DEWELL & CO., Wholesale Grocers and Canned Goods Dealers. Jy25 333 to 339 State Street. AKCHITECT, E HAVANA CIGARS. XTRA fine quality by the box for holiday trade An aooeptaoie present lor genuemen . K HALL fc BON. DAWSON' S S 44a State Street, IS the place to buy Fine Old OofToes, roasted fresh and ground to order. Ohoioe Tea a specialty. Pure Spices by weight. A. E. Dawson, Agent, 4 State Street, next door to entrance HI a1 Is on Hons. DR. f , BEFORE AND AFTER Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial, TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD, "m T HO are Erafferintf from Nervous Debility, Tt Lost Vitality, Lack of Nebvr Force and Vigor, Wasting Weaknesses, and all thoae diseases of a Personal Nature resulting from Aruskh and Othbr Causes. Speeciy relief and complcto resto ration of Healtti, Vigor and Manhood Uuaranteed. The grandest discovery of the Nineteenth Century. Send at once for Illustrated Pamphlet free. Address VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL, MICH. Broadway Cash Store Lower Prices on Spring Lamb. Hindquarters Lamb . forequarters Leg of Lamb Chops Lamb to f tew.. Bounu Steak. lfic pound 140 lHo 18c ..8 10c .160 TeDderloln Steak 20c Porterhouse Steak 2'2o " Best Eip lioast Beef 15c " Corned Beef (plate) : 10c " Beot Prime Lard 15o " Extra Nice Salt Pork 4o " Choicest Creamery Butter yoo " Good Butfer xia " Spring Chickens 'J5o " Groceries a'd Vegetables at wholesale priceB. Please call early. Jyif PAUL .TENTE & BROS. James F. Beebe Builder and Jobber, fo. IO Temple Street. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS will cure dyspepsia.hcartburn, raala ria, kidney disease, liver complaint, and other wasting diseases. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS enriches the blood and purifies the system; cures weakness, lack of energy, etc. Try J" bottle. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS is the only Iron preparation that does not color the teeth, and will not cause headache or constipation, as other Iron preparations will. JOBBING A SPECIALTY. ' Satisfactory work guaranteed. au2 3m BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Ladies and all sufferers from neu ralgia, hysteria, and kindred com plaints, will find it without an equal. DR. CLARK JOHNSON'S NDIAN BLOOD SYRUP. mm lift Dyspepsia, Liver Diseases.Fever and Ague, uneumansm Dropsy, Heart Dis ease. Biliousness, 'Nervous Debility, etc The Best Bemedy Known to Man. 12,000,000 BOTTLES SOLD SINCE 1870. This Syrup Possesses Varied Properties. it stimulate tne ftyaune in tne saliva, which Converts the Starch and Sngar ol the r ood Into Ulneese. A aencieney 01 Ptyaline cansm Wind and Sourinscof the Food In the Stomach. Is the Medicine Is taken immediately after eating the fer mentation ot Food Is prevemea. it acts upon tne Liver. It acts upon the Kidneys. It regulates the Bowels. It purines the Blood. It qnletstlLeNsrvons System. It promotes Digestion. It Nourishes, Strengthens and Invigor ates. It carries ofT t tie Old Blood and makes New. It Opens the pores otT the skin and Indu ces Ilealty Perspiration. waterrora, conn., juij sm, ibsu. Db. Olabk Johnson : 1 have suffered very mnoh 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 Syrnp, and am con scious of great relief from its use. I can recommend it in an commence. wiiiXJUMii u. bates, Pastor of First Baptist Church. It neutralises the hereditary taint, er poison in th blood, which generates scrofula, erysipelas, and all manner of shin diseases and Internal humors. There are no spirits employed in its manufacture. and it can be taken by the most delicate babe or by the aged and feeble, care only being required In at tention to directions. New Jjondon, Conn. Hearing of some of the remarkable cores effected by Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Syrun. I called on an Agent and procured a bottle, and it has done me more good for dizziness than anv other medicine that I have ever used. I would recommend all afflict ed to give it a trial and be convinced. JOHN MOON. lAkesvilie, Iatchfleld Go., Conn. I have used Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Syr- Dp for siok headache, and it effectually relieved me. I recommend it highly. MBS. J. WHIKEMAN. Bristol, Hartford Co., Conn. I have used Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Svt- up for neuralgia in the face, which greatly troubled me, and a short trial gave me Immediate relief. M.U9. WM. rsrULUauAW. Norwioh, Conn. Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Svtud has cured me of dyspepsia and lndisestlon. and I can therefore reoommend it with confidence to those afflicted with ike diseases. MRS. THOMAS BOBIJNUON. Agents wanted for the sale of the Indian Blood -yrup in every town or village in which I have no agents. Particulars given on application. DRUGGISTS SEIiL IT. Laboratory 77 W. 3rd Street, W. If. City. se!9 d&w STARTLING DISCOVERY! LOST MANHOOD" RESTORED. A viotim of youthful Imprudence causing Premu ture Decay, Nervous Debility, Ixst Manhood, etc., having tried in vain every known remedy, has dis covered a simple self cure, which he will send FREE to his fellow-sufferers, address J. H. KEEVK3, linlliam sit.. TV. Y POSITIVELY CURED BY1 IP- j CARTERS llTTLE IVER PILLS. Lsn i lIsWlsTTTf'sT'W f e Mean Cured, Not Merely Relieycfl JLnd Can Prove Wliat We Claim. S"ST" Tlit-re are no failures and no disappointments. Xf yon are troubled vltll SICK HEADACHE, 011 can te easily and quickly cured, as hundreds have been already. Send for sheet of test imonials CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS Also cure all forms of Biliousness, prevent Constipation and Dyspepsia.promote Digestion, relieve distress from too hearty eating correct Disorders of the Stomach, Stimulate the Liver, and Regulate the Bowels. They do all this by taking )ust one little pill at a dose. They are purely vegetable, do not gripe or purge, and are as nearly perfect as it is possible for a pill to be. Price, 85 cents, 5 for $1. Sold by drug pists everywhere, or sent by mail. CARTER MEDICINE CO., HEW YORK. Sold Wholesale by Richardson & Co. All Druggists Retail. JeUdawtf jfmtmal attb fattier. EDITED AND PUBLISHED By" C Alt KINGTON & CO., Mo. 400 State Street, Courier Build Ins; JOHN B. OABSrsOTOX. DVABD T. CIBMNOION. JOBS B. CAHBINGTON, U Friday Morning', August 18, 1882. TORNADOES, Mr. T. E. Maury contributes an interesting study of the nature and causes of tornadoes to tbe September number of the North American Review. A tornado, says Mr. Maury, "consists of a mass of air in riolent gyration, within which there is a center of rarefied air rising upward and flowing otfit above, the velocity of the surrounding, at mosphere, drawn into the vortex below, in creasing immensely as it nears the. vacuum." Though in one sense a small cyclone tr4e tor nado has a peculiar center, not diak-shaped, as that of the regular cyclone. "The torna do center may be conceived of as a rapidly rotating, tall and somewhat cylindrical body, moving erect or slightly Inclined over the earth, and powerfully drawing up into its vortex all movable matter on the surface. The funnel shaped cloud is formed around the upper part of the central whirl by the condensation of vapor carried up to colder regions, and also, probably, by the cold northeastern wind, which rushes Into the rear of the storm. " If the tornado center is what it is supposed to be it can, Mr. Me.ury points out, hardly be conceived of as working ita own way, with the tremendous velocity at tributed to it, by the process of continual re newal in its front. Its translation muBt be due to the impulses it receives from the great atmospheric current in which it forms, and its velocity must be substantially that of any body borne along mechanically (as an eddy in a rushing stream of water) by the aerial current in which it is suspended. The true tornado is most frequently de veloped in or near the extra, tropical regions, where the great anti-trade currents encounter the polar winds. The existence of am atmos pheric current flowing from the tropics in a northeasterly direction over the Mississippi valley during the summer months has been demonstrated. At the same time a current of cold air is moving toward the equator. " 'Any chance stoppage of one of these cur rents," says Mr. Colding, of Copenhagen, f 'wit cause it to inpinge against the other, either from the not th west or southeast, thuB pro ducing an eddy that moves against the sun." The eddving winds thus formed under ex traordinary circumstances may increase to tornadoes or hurricanes. A striking confir mation of this conclusion is presented by the general direction of tornadoes, which is identical with that of the upper trade wind and the anti trades. The time of greatest danger in the Gulf States is the early spring ; in the upper Mississippi and Ohio valleys the early summer. In the later summer they sometimes, though rarely, visit the Atlantic States lying north of Maryland ; the south ern and higher Alleghaniea seem to be an effectual barrier against them. 'VThen autumn sets in the danger is praotically over. In discussing tho question Can . tornadoes be foreseen and predicted? Mr. Maury points out that the barometer does not neces sarily fall with the approach of the most fatal tornado, and the mercury may even rise in the instrument a short time before the well marked signa of the storm appear. But when an area of low pressure is passing near and north of a place, with an area of compara tively high pressure struggling to get into its rear, the conditions are present for the for mation, or, more correctly speaking, for the descent of an already formed tornado. As the critical hour of its appalling approach draws near, the painfully still and sultry air, the strange commotion in the upper atmos phere, "violent whirling of the olouds," "send clouds moving in different directions," "the upper clouds moving briskly north ward, indicating the existence of a southerly upper current," a vast volume of "inky black and low moving clouds, "sometimes of "dun,'' "dark blue," or "coal smoke" color, illumin ated by electric discharges, occasionally in the shape of a funnel, or inverted cone, or an hour glass, are among the surest and most carefully observed premonitory signs of the tornado's deafening roar, although its omi nous noise is sometimes audible half an hour before its arrival. With such sky portents, says Mr. Maury, it is obvious that a locaj weather watcher, apprised by timely weather bulletins of the existence of conditions favor, ing the generation of tornadoes, would be in a position to forewarn a western village or town of impending danger. But it is proba ble that for local warnings of this kind each community will always have to rely mainly on itself, or upon its own State weather ser vice. The successful prediction of a full- fledged tornado is a triumph yet to be won by meteorology. EM'l'OKlAli NOTES. CONFECTIONERY! Wholesale and Retail. Novelties in Penny Goods Constantly arriving. Fresh Goods Received Dally. Ice Cream, Soda and Mineral Wa ters, best in the city. L. Or. HOADLEY, lVo. l:iO State Street. A FLORIDA ORANGES, SHIPMENT received this morning. ftnallty and Order Vine. no2G E. E. HAUIj & SON. Tbe adoption of prohibition in Kansas and Iowa is driving a large and undesirable class of people from those States into Nebraska. It is balieved that the latter State will be compelled, in self-defense, to adopt a similar law. There is said to be a large percentage of very young soldiers in the British forces re cently sent to Egypt. Some 0,000 men are known to average little more than two or three and twenty years of age. These are under servise of only three years. Fears are expressed that they may not be able to bear the severity of a semi-tropical climate at this season of the year. A not unreasonable suggestion was made the other day in an address by the principal or tne Ottawa Normal School. In the man agement of a school, he deolared, he would have teachers promoted downward, if he might be permitted to use a paradoxical term. He thought the salaries ought to in. crease in inverse ratio with the classes, and for the lower classes they ought to have teachers of the highest mental attainments and filled with the milk of human kindness. If the teacher had oreated a hungering and a thirst for knowledge he had done all that a teacher could be expected to do. attendance of village schoolmasters, who will thus be able in turn to instruct their own neighborhoods. The government has also paid f or nearly 30,000 mulberry trees, and is considering the advantage of setting out others along the public roads and the open spaoes owned by municipalities and com munes. Two reports have been made by directors of the Boston public library on the duty of exercising a Btrieter censorship of literature tor young persons. The majority report maintains that sufficient care in now exercised in this respect. The minority contend that among the books in general circulation and given out to young people without restric tion are some of doubtful moral quality, and others,, which, though not perhaps immoral, are of more or less unwholesome tendency, and that means should be employed to exam ine more carefully the books designed for circulation among boys and girls, and ex clude those which in the judgment of com petent and trustworthy critics may be perni cious. The majority think that such pre cautions, in addition to those now employed, are unnecessary, that a stricter censorship designed to withhold books not positively immoral from any portion of the publlo which desires them, is scaroely within the scope of the authority of the directors of a public library, and that directors cannot properly relieve parejts of the responsibility of superintending the reading of their chil dren. Evangelist Barnes, of Kentucky, is describ ed in the Independent as "about 50 years old, tall, slender, with a clear and cultivated voice, and talking with great simplicity and directness, but with great intensity, of the Gospel, in which he has the most vital and solemn faith." He believes in homely lan guage and coarse illustrations to make his meaning clear to humble auditors. His the ology is thus described by the Independent : "It is ultra-Calvinistic. The whole race, he teaches, was justly doomed to hell by the sin of Adam, and even God could not forgive them except by a compact with Christ, which should give, as his atonement did, pang for pang, blood for blood, the saved being thus literally redeemed by the equivalent punishment of Christ. Christ having thus paid our debt in full, nothing either great or small remains for us to do but to accept of this substitute and be everlastingly saved be yond danger of falling away. He is sure that those who accept and confess Christ will be saved, and he is willing to be damned himself if that is not so. All who thus be lieve and confess will be' saved; but . only those who follow up their faith by earnest religious lives will have the crown of life above ; and such, he teaches, are in the higher life' here." The Independent finds "a wholesome breeze even in Mr. Barnes' abuse," and thinks he does good and should not be opposed. MELTI,G. In describing a bathing costume the other day, Clara Bell said that the skirt was too short to sit on. If there isn't a dress reform at the seaside pretty soon- ladies' skirts will soon be so brief after awhile that their sus penders will show. Bad Bill Nye. One of the regular exercises at Normal school is writing words' from dictation and giving their meaning. One of the words given out wh "hazardous," which the young lady pupil spelled "hazardess," and defined "a female hazard." Boston Journal. Mr. and Mrs. Shabby Genteel are glad ths summer season is almost over. Mrs. 8. G. is tired of living in the back kitchen, and Mr. S. G. finds that the wig and whiskers he bought in order to disguise himself as the private watchman of his own house are near ly worn out. Philadelphia Neics. For a little lady of two and a half years this will do : She had pioked up a cane in the coiner of the room and was playing with it a plain stiok bent at the end. Papa asked, "What are you doing with the cane ?" "It isn't a cane." " What is it then ?" "It's an umbrella withont any clothes op it." A beautiful floral offering at the recent funeral of a Harvard student, sent by the classmates of the deceased, bore the letters S. Y. L. No one understood their signifi cance, but naturally they were supposed to indicate some noble sentiment in classic or modern phrase. A friend whose curios ity was great finally askel their meaning of one of the students. "Why, 'See You Later,' of course," was the answer. Our patent bed spring has been remod elled. The one for two in' a bed is so ar ranged that the part the wife lies on can be set by the husband unknown to the former, and it springs her out of bed and stands her up on the floor at any hour for which it is set. It then remains turned up on the edge ho she can't get back again, at least on her side of the bed ; and she won't come back On his side, for she's too alfired mad to come near him. So the result is she is compelled to dress and go down stairs and see to break fast, and the old man will get a rest. Oh, it's a daisy ! Kentucky State Journal. Be was the pride of the family, The Joi.etiB' enly son. And of course, to please the darling boy. They bought him a toy gun, Which he took out in the aiioyway And aimed square at his eye. The Jouees now are minus a son He whlzaed himself on high, The jmhje. Alexandria's .Bombardment. Scarcity of food in the province of Anda lusia, in Spain, has become so great that it has been determined to employ the money derived from the snle of the communal lands in works of publio utility, whioh will enable the thousands of laborers out of work to re ceive wages. In the neighboring proviace of Valencia the farmers have formed a league with the intention of keeping baok all their produce until they oan command better prices. Several farmers who have attempted to break away from this agreement have been maltreated by the others ; and the sense of insecurity is so great that it has been found necessary to reinforce the rural police of the province.' Further north, in Catalonia, and even in the Balearic Isles, the agitation caused by the severe measures taken to en force the payment of certain taxes still con tinues. The growth of Bilk-culture in Hungary during the last two years is remarkable. In 1880, according to an official report, the com munes where silkworm breeding was regu larly carried on numbered only 109, and the persons engaged in the production of Bilk only 1,050, whereas last year the number of oommunes had risen to 426 and the number of producers to nearly 3,000. In 1880 the product was only 20,000 pounds of cocoons, and the following year it was 80,000 pounds. The government has established a model school of instruction and arranged for the As Been From a United States Vessel In the Harbor. Letter in Philadelphia Times from on Board United States Steamer Galena at Alexandria. Looking through our glasses one day we discerned men pulling huge cannon upon the ramparts of the nearest fort. Apparent ly our English neighbors saw it, too, for soon they gave out that the Arabs were set ting out 17 more guns. They further issued a notice for everybody to "move," as they were going to fire upon the forts the next morning. t, vei j thing -was confusion immediately. The harbor up to this time had been still full of merchant shipping. They thought all this talk was going to end in talk. But now they began to make a heaalong rush for the offing. The fleets of war got up steam, in obedience, to the signals ot their respective 5uB-iMjpi3,.auu uuu American, r renou, tier man, Austrian, Kussian, Greek in fact, the reprcaciuituveH or every nation in .Europe in one indiscriminate crowd, were rushing outside the moles. Our American squadron, under the lead of the flag-ship Lancaster, was anchored in a favorable position for sight seeing. Each war-ship did all in its power to assist the merchantmen out. - That night we lay five miles out.- Around us were gath ered the best ships of tho navies in the world, waiting to learn a practical lesson in gunnery in the morning. Whenever the question was asked when the firing was going to begin the invariable answer was, "At 7 a. m. sharp." Some English officers came to give us a call before the morning's work began. One jok ingly remarked : "Very sorry we can't give you programmes for the concert to morrow. But the doors are open and music begins at 7 a. m." Our friends didn't have much leisure for visiting. All the afternoon they were busy "oleariLg ship for action," as the sea phrase puts it. On each of their vessels topgallant masts and yards were sent down, so any Btray shot crashing among the upper spars could not tumble their fragments down upon the gunners below ; then the bowsprit and head booms were "rigged in, " so that the steel rams that poked out in an ugly fashion below at the bows might have a clean sweep and an unbroken blow. At dusk the numerous French fleet all left for parts unknown. The next day, some time after half past ii a. m., your correspondent was wrapped in one of those slumbers so very tempting on a July morning. Light breezes slipped through the half turned slats of his window-blinds and gradually bringing him to a realizing sense that another day had long since brok en. So very tranquil was it he quite forgot the notioe about the "opera" that begun at 7 a. m., when suddenly it was boom ! boom! then more quickly boom ! boom ! boom ! boom I It was the most effective reveille ever beaten. ' Toilets were made in disgrace ful hate and everybody tumbled up to the UDper deck. The clock marked juat 10 min utes past 7. The English had kept their word. Alexandria is built on a tongue of land shaped like an L. On either side of this runs the coast line, slightly concave and with forts dotting it at intervals. The most for midable of the latter are two, one near the "Pharos," the other in the center of the oity, "Fort Napoleon." "We saw the fleet disposed in two bodies. One fought to the left of the city, the other to the right. They were gradually working inward, and firing briskly. The land batteries, on the con trary, replied slowly. It was evident that they were discouraged. The English plainly were going on till they were in suoh range that they could pound the Arabs unmercifully while yet out of the r.ange of their inferior puns. That position was attained and then the effect was murderous indeed. Enor mous snells fell hotly into the forts and waft ed many Arabian knights to his houri para dise somewhat prematurely. H. M. S. Tem eraire lay near us, and her fire was replied to. But of all the Egyptian shots only one, the broken pieces of a shell, fell near unlike pebbles ' skipped" by a child upon a pond. The English had posted the best ship in the navy in the angle between the city and the coast. This, the Inflexible, is tbe most powerful fighting ship ever built by the Brit ish. Imagine a floating castle 110 feet long and 75 feet wide, rising 10 feet out of water and having besides that two round turrets, planted diagonally at the opposite corners. Imagine this castle and Its turrets heavily plated with armor, each turret being armed with two 80-ton guns. Conoeive these able to fire, all four in concert, at an enemy ahead, astern on either beam, and in pairs towards every point of the compass. At tached to this rectangular armored castle, but completely submerged, every part being six or seven feet under water, there is a hull of ordinary form, with a powerful ram bow, with twin screws and a submerged rudder. The whole is encased in a wooden structure that gives it shape, speed and sea worthiness. The armor is two feet thick, horse-power 8,000, each projectile) weighing 1,700 pounds. Vhe cost of this monster approximates three and a quarter millions of dollars. As she lay there in the angle, hammering away at one fort near the lighthouse and at another on her opposite side, another tre mendous monitor, the Monarch, took up po sition and opened fire upon a third fort, half way between the other two. The batteries on the extreme right had here an opportun ity to pay off some old scores in making it uncomfortable for the Monarch by a cross fire. So a little ship, the Condor, insignifi cant as to size compared with the other two, was sent to take care of the right batteries. She chose a point that was a little to one side. Here the guns from the land could not be trained on her without exceeding difficul ty, and she buzzed around that unfortunate fort like a bumble-bee about the head of some meddlesome small boy. Never still, never at one 3pot, it was quite impossible for the Arabs to aim correctly. Her shrapnel swept away their gunners and the side hitB they got at the Monarch were not many. One only passed over the Condor's xnaats a wild shot. As a certain shell of the Monarch drove into the fort near the wind mill, a flame burst vertically up. It rose to a great height and seemed to pause for a moment, when it subsided, and then we saw the sur rounding buildings burst into a conflagration great columns of black smoke arising. Ap parently the shot of the Monarch had brok en into a magazine with disastrous effect. How many wretched Arabs wera. lifted on that ascending flame I know not. The same scenes met our eyes as we looker! along tbe line. There were clouds of white smoke en veloped the lower portions of the ships, round puffs of white smoke high in tbe air marking the circling shell, yellow smoke rolling in billows ashore, dust from the breaking walls. Every vessel was steaming slowly to and fro and the motion completely destroyed the ac curacy of the enemy's aim. Sometimes a black vapory arch suddenly appeared in mid air, like an ugly rainbow, one end resting on a fort, the other on a man of-war. It was by a so-called "rocket," an incendiary appar atus designed to set on fire anything inflam mable of the enemy. A little steamer, with two yellow smoke-stacks side by side, not much unlike a river steamboat, went con stantly back and forth outside the line of the English gun boats. This was the flagship, bearing Admiral Seymour. In Farragat's time the flag vessel was the biggest of the fleet ; modern improvements have mare it nothing more than a dispatch boat. Like an encouraging general it went galloping over :he field of battle, spurring her warriors to more valiant deeds if possible. The Egyptian officers were to 6e seen jumping up on the parapets to see '.ho effect of their shots ; they, too, encou-aged their men to fight bravely. They rere mors plucky than was expected. Hut it was all quite vain, and little by little Athbi's forts and his men dwindled away. ! an education, except at a little district school. ; No, they were not considered bad boys. : Their father, you know, was a preacher, and j was well thought of in Clay county. He was one of the smartest men I ever knew. When : he went to California in the spring of '50 his I wife was left to raise the fauoijy. He died in the fall of that year. They grew up like I most boys do under like ciroumstance 1 wild and ungovernable nobody could gov ern tnem. Wben the war broke out Frank enliKted under General Price, but he had not gone far before he sickened, and was dis charged and sent back. The Unionists tor mented him and he was subjected to all manner of insults. He was. arrested, dis charged and arrested again, and then escap ed and took to the bush. Then he became acquainted with Quantrell Bnd became one of his guerillas, and Jesse followed his broth er not long after. We heard nothing of them until the close of the war, when Frank wrote that they were coming to Kansas City on the boat, and that Jesse had bei-n shot in the side. Jesse had been wounded and left in the woods. He said that for three days he lay there without anything to eat. On the third day, by a desperate effort, he mounted his horse and rode into Lexington, where he gave himself up to the United States author ities, and was released on parole." "jesse is credited with being the smarter man of the two, is he not ?" "It is lust the other way. Frank was shrewder than Jesse. He is credited, and no doubt justly, with doing the brain work, while J esse's special ability was in another line. Jesse's-mother is still living on the old home stead in Clay county, and his wife is there, too, I believe." The Branford school board has acDointed Miss Ella Dailey teacher of the Short Beach school, in place of Miss Prout. FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF CONSTIPATION. No other diaease is no prevalent In this ooun- try aa Constipation, and no -remedy has ever equalled the oelebrated Kidney-Worte aa a euro. Whatever the cause, however obstinate the case, this remedy will overcome if; SBi B7C Tma distressing; com- B fat plaint Is verv apt to be complicated with constipation. 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A Man on the Cow Catcher. The Extra Lookout Wh a Must Soosa lllrte on Our I.lg tit ntns; Passenger Locomo tives. From the New York. Sun. "The time is not far off when motive drawing a passenger train on every hnoir f tli lrtari will hane n sena- . . ""7." " ""T i'lius. xms pilot will have no more to do with the engine it self than the pilot of a ferrvboet Hia At will be simply to look ahoad smd communi cate with the engineer in. the t?ab." The man who uttered thii prophecy wag not a enti mentalist, but a very Unay, practical railroad man, in charge of twice ns many, if not three times ns many trnina s any other on tne Atlantic coast. "The pace has been rapidly getting hotter and hotter in railroading," he continued, "until every oaprovenient the human mind can suggest adopted as fast as it is thought of, and the Vig roads are like so many sets of the most perfectly adjusted clockwork. Every uevice i switcnmg, signalling, ballasting, taking in water or coal and, above all, mak ing fpeed, is the subject of constant study " a improvement, two tilings oeing Kept in Mew always and in all things saving time and preventing accident. Between New York and the big cities within a few hours' ride of it the tracks are dotted with trains running 11H0 inau. 11 mere is tne least naw in any ihing engine, cars, track, switches, signals, time tables or what not there is likely to be a smash up. So much time and money are spent in guarding against the possibility of accident that serious ones are very rare. But in the midst of all this race for perfec tion the engineer is as he was at first. He is unimproved. He is only a man, and the best man can only do bo much. An engineer was all that was wanted a few years ago, but now it is different. The engineer of to-day has got more than he oan do. - Somebody must ease him of some of his load. "So," continued the railroad man, "I predict that every passenger locomotive will soon carry a pilot. I don't know where he'll be whether on the cab or in front of the oab over the boiler, or in front of the boiler over what we now call the pilot and yo call the cowcatcher, but he will be carried on every locomotive that carries trains a a high rate of speed, and he will watch the signals, s witohes, bridges, highways and junctions, and do nothing else, wnile the en gineer runs his engine. "As it is, the engineer may be tryiug his water gauge just when he should be looking at a signal. There are half a hundred neces sary things he may be doing that will take his eyes off the road for an instant. He will miss a signal, and a wreck will be the result. Mind, I don't say what has happened. I am not going to tell any tales out of ftcbool. I only say it will happen. " "Don't the firemen on fast trains get into the way of helping their engineers more and more as time goes on ?" "No. They, too, hate all they can do. The faster the train, the more they have to work. Nothing can be looked for from them. The only thing is, as I tell you, a third man in a little house of his own ahead of or over the engineer with a bell rope communicating with a gong in the cab. You'll see him there in a very few years." An Outlaw's Boyhood. The Youthful Cssreer of Jesse James amt His Brother. "Yes, they are both my nephews." The speaker was a tall, dignified gentleman, with a flowing gray beard and a frank, open face, expressive of the geniality and warmth of the typical western man. lie was seated in the rotunda of the Monongahela House, in Pitts burg, l'a., quietly taking in the surround ings, and while thus engaged was approached by a reporter with a modest inquiry if it was true that he was the nncle of Frank and Jesse James. "I did not suppose tat you folks would find it out, " he continued, "al though I have never attempted tq deny my relationship with them. I have traveled for years and passed through several western cities and associated with numbers of busi ness men, and the subject has never been mentioned. The end of Jesse's life was very sad to me. His relatives were very sorry that he should have acted in suoh a way to die as he did. I have not had any acquaintance with the bovs since the war. I did not know them, and if I saw them on the street I was not able to recognize them. No, I have nev er heard of Frank since Jesse'B death. I have no idea what has become of him. I always thought if the boys had gone into business of any kind they would have taken the lead. They had great shrewdness and foresight, and inherited wonderful energy from both father and mother. Many of the accounts I have read in the eautern papers are far from the truth in many important particulars. 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