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THE I.AESLGI'.HT ItAILY NEWSPAPER IN THE CITY. OFFICE 400 STATE STREET. VOL. L. NEW HAVEN, CONN., SATURDAY. MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1882. Price Four Cents. . Adam & Co. We are mow opening fall s.yles in Foulards and Momie Cloth Brocades. A full line of Button Mousquetaire RW Glores in tlse 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 Uuilts. 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 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. ATHLOPHOkOS! SEUILEB' GREAT RHEUMATIC CURE ! A Specific for the Cure of Rheumatism and Nothing Else. Certain to Cure if Directions are Strictly Followed. Address all orders to ROBERT N. S HARLEM, NKW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT. For sale by an nrst-ciass uruggfisis. niro sujbi.to. JSew Haven, July 24, 1882. Tvm Str. I wish to sav for the benefit of all vho aire suffering with Inflammatory Kheumatism 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'smost certainly is tot inflammatory naBumuuBiu w im Yours most respectfully, VM. P. CORBIT, au9 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, 93 CHURCH STREET. N. B. Pants mad to order at six hnnra notice if requisite. ma31 DR. G. F. PETERSON, DENTIST, 26 Elm Street Corner of Orange, ATE NT'S QECUBED For Inventors. SEND MODEL, SKETCHY DESCRIPTION OF INVENTION TO H. K. JOHNSON & ea.,WMhlngtoi-Vc. MILLS & MARSDEK, Attorneys and Councilors at Law, 3U8 Chupel street, Ml-ciMU'a Building, (OMMIBHIONEKS OF DEED,for New York, Mu J saohusetts, Michigan. Pennsylvania, Illinois, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina Oalifornia, Kansas, Rhode Island, Iowa, New Jersey, jEHnuesova, um Louisiana. SO. Collections made In all parts of the United States, at lowest rates, tnrougn reiiaoie oorreaponaonta. jac daTtr EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. BOOK1 of account opened or closed. Accounts ad justed. Notarial business attended to at rooms of Yale Business College by GEORGE SHERMAN, a30 tf Room 87. Insurance Building. Edward B. Clarke & Co., House, ' Sign, Decorative Painters, And Paper Mangers. Kalsomlnlng, Graining and Glazing, DEALERS IN Plain &"It orativ-B Wa.ll i'apert, Paints, Oils, Glass and Brashes of every de scription Assents for Valen tine's Varnishes, Colors, etc., etc. Orders by mall promptly attended to. 482 Chapel Street, Corner High, Opposite Vale Art School, el ly New Haven, XJonn. Eddv's Refrigerators. THE best In use, the best made, and they are the best Refrigerator for yon to bny. Look at their before purchasing, and yon will bny no other. Ask for the EDDY. Sold by W.T.CANNON & CO., DENTIST, a labe Building, Cor. Church and Chap el Streets. MODERATE PRICES. Bojr Wftntedi with good refer S. W. SEABL.E, Surveyor and Civil Engineer, S Conn. Ssvlaei Bank Build-ma Mo. 5 Conn. d- niriii 1USIC I lsUl.T ARTS uniir H Mr I1U..IL. ENGLAND CONSERVATORY OF & SCHOOL OF ENGLISH BRANCHES.LANGUAGES. LEL0CUT10N & PHYSICALCUUURE SPLENDIDLY FURNISHED. IN THE HEART OF BOSTON. RARE ADVANTAGES'. LOW RATES. SEND FOR CIRCULAR. E.TOURJEE ESTABLISHED 1865. ISAAC W. STILES, DsBKTIST,- No. 230 Chapel Street, Boom No , , Over Whittlesey's Drug Store. Office hours frcm 9:30 a. m. to 6 p. m. jyll TISly Andrew Goodman, 88 Crown Street. E. P. ARVINE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Booms 9 and 11, 69 Church St. ass A in than ... hfn... NEW STYLES FOR GENTLEMEN. FINE DELICACIES. The Best Quality Canned Meats. Smoked Stnrgeon (Albany beef). Smoked Eels. Pickled Lambs Tongues by the doz. Pickled Siloed Tongues by the p-jund. Pickled Pigs Feet by the pound. Boiled Ham by the pound. Imported Bam Kausage. Imported 8 alas Cheese Keuf ohatel Cheese. Durham Creamery Butter. Beef Tenderloin, 30c per can. Pott d Ham. 32c per can. Potted Tongue, 25c per can. Potted Chicken, 34K per can. Lunch Tongues, 40c per can. 3-lb. cans of Goose, with Jelly, 65c per can. 2-lb. cans Roast Beer, 45c per can. Deviled Chicken, 41c per can. Deviled Turkey, 2o per can. Deviled Ham, 80o per can. Deviled Tongue, Soo pr na-j. Hnekln's Sandwich 1'nrkey, 35c per can. Huokin's Sandwich Chicken, 35c per can. Etlokln's wandwich Ham, 30o per can. Mason Jar Spiced Tongues, 4tto. Durkee's Salad Dressing, 43c. 3 lb. cans Br ok Trout, 450. 9 lb. cans Turkey, 36c 3 lb. oans Chloken. 350. a lb. cans Goose, S5o. 3 lb. oans Duck, 35c. fine Wines and Liquors. AJNDBJCW GOODMAN, No. 88 Crown St., Near Hosio Hall doors from Church street. GOODMAN'S BDILDINS. Begietar and Union copy. Jyl5 With Patent Hooks, easily adjusted. ONLY $3.50. T , "K We. tvjt X Bin SOMETHING NEW. A Gossamer Cloak for Liadies that can be worn either as a CIRCULAR or a NEWPORT. Call and examine it. GOODYEAR Sole Agent, )73 IiircIa St., coi Center, m26 V. O. TUTTLB, Trorr1ot;nr. LIEBIG COMPANY S i s J?- EXTRACT ( OF MEAT FINEST AND CHEAPEST MEAT FLAVOURING STOCK FOR SOUPS, MADE DISHES & SAUCES. -7 ....,. , w. .11 of weak dlffeatlon - A U ---fl . t-enurae vski wiui and dcbluu facsimile of Baron Liebig's Signa- " Is a success and a boon for which Nations should feel grateful." ture in Blue Ink across Label. This See Medical Press, Lancet, British Medical Journal, tie. Caution is necessary, owing to To be had of all storekeepers """J""- . a n .- hean and inferior SO- Sole Agents 8, Fenchnrch Avenue, London, England. stitutes beinrr in the Market. Holiday Presents I AT CROFUT'S, WO. 97 fAI STREET. Splendid line of Ladies' Shopping and Traveling : Bags, Gents' Traveling Bags. Large stock of Trunks, Uhildren'e Toy Trunks. Fancy Baskets in new ana elegant styles. Fur Bhgs at low prices. ilcmeiBber CK0FUT, NO. 97 GRANGE STREET. Veterinary Surgeon, No. 47 Crown street, Nw II.ver, Conn. Reference Wm. Hale. Telephone to Hale's Stable Dr. McHugh has been in practice 7 years. je!9 tf Augustus A. Ball, ORNAMENTAL Iron Railing Works, IS Audubon street. New Haven. Conn., manufacturer of iron Fences, Orates, Doors, Stairs, Shutters, Balco nies and Creatines ; also Fire Proof Vaults, Iron Col umns, Girders, Illuminated Tile, etc All kinds of ron Work for publio buildings and prisons. Roof 1 ts. Brides Bolts, etc oil ly WELLS & GUNDE, Jewelers Silversmiths, 800 Chapel S. ?et' Dealers in Solid Silve w,tS Silver Plated Ware, Spe taeles and Eye Glasses. Watches, CloeUs and Jew elry repaired. p i ii i ii GOLD KLHDAL, FABI3, 1878. BAKER'S latest Cocoa. Warranted absolutely pure Cocoa, from -which the excess of Oil has hcen removed. IthastAree times the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is therefore far more economi cal. It U delicious, nourishing, strengthening, easily digested, and admirably adapted for invalids as weD as for persons in health. Sold by Grocers everywhere. W. BAKER & CO., DorcMer, Mass. 57 59 & 61 uranacei 1 B FURNITURE DEALERS t. AJfD A Friend in Need ! DR., SWEETS Infallible Liniment ! REP ABED from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut, the great natural Bone-Setter been used for more than 50 years and is the best known remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains. Bruises, Burns, Cuts, Wounds, and all external lnju ties. Try it. Richardson & Co., Prop'ienra, MSsodfcwtf H.v . Dons. Chas. S. Hamilton, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 7 TALE NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, Oornor Chapel and State Streets, Notary Public. New Haven, (Jcnn. 5(ltf HAVE the finest Fainted Bedroom Suites in the city. New Parlor Suites, Walnut Bedroom Suites. The best Spring Bed for the money. Snllnt. Rattan. Cane and Rush Seat Ohalrs.'in'Breal Variety, as low as can be bought UNDERTAKING Promptly attended to, night or day, with care. Bodies preserved without ice In the best manner. Also sole aeentB for Washburn's Deodorizing and Disinfecting Fluid. A new lot of Folding Chairs and Stools to rent for parties orf nnerals. lelB MONITOR OIL STOVES Now for Comfort Hot Weather at 'Hand Do not be deceived into buying a Lamp Store. Examine the MONITOR before you buy. Over HOO now in use in New Haven attest Its merit. On exhibition and for ale at 04 ORANGE STREET. Je3 tf F A. PEASE. M CLAIRVOYANT. R8. J. A. WRIGHT, 98 Orange Street, New H ven. Hours from 9 a. m to k p. m. api t a GRATEF-TTL. COMPORTIMU. EPPS'S COCOA. BREAKFAST. By a thorough knowledge of tfce natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutri tion, and by a careful application of the fine proper ties of well-selected Cocoa,Mr. Eppe has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctc rs' bills. It is by the Judiojons use of Buoh 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 iortinea with pure mood, ana a properly nourished irame.'- iivii service ttazeue. Made simply with boilinff water or milk. Bold In tins only m lb. and lb.), labeled JAmt-s trns x tu Homoeopathic Chemists oc xanaiy londoh, kngxanp. Files. All insurable property taken at the lowest rates in sound companies against lightning as well as fire. ..It. 15. 6Mtiley .85. Sob, . ma30 MUX Chavpnl Street. WM. D. BRYAN, tlliSTOM TAILOK, no. 127 ennren street, is selling DRESS AND BUSINESS SUITS The Atwater Patent Newspa per File. The Best Article in Use. Waste Paper Baskets. A few extra fine quality, little soiled, at very low prices iegai uap, setter, uih, mote raper ana jnveiopes Mvtbi'aee." 1 iouid Glue, superior Quality, finest Scarlet and Black Wafers Sealum or Patent Adhesive Sealing Paper, very useful tor many purposes, Gum med Labels, Merchandise and Shipping Tags, Sealing Wax, Mouth or l lp Glue, lunatic i5anos,founce, ilea. Blue and Black Pencils. Pencil Leads fitted. Silicate Slates and Erasable TabKts, Best Blotting Paper, etc., always in stock at lowest prices at NO. 163CHJLPEL STREET Under the Elliott House, Opposite the Opera House. au!2 PEOK SPEBBY. CLAIRVOYANT ! T f BS. J. J. CLARK, Business, Test and Healing IT Medium, will be absent from her parlors i Church Btrtet, from Monday, July 17, until about j September 1st. Daring that period she will sojourn at the Spiritualistic Camp meeting at Niantic. All , letters addressed to her there will receive attention, SPLENDID Natmre's Soarkline Specific for In distention and Biliousness, the water of the famous Seltzer Spa, is duplicated in a moment with a spoon ul of Tah b ant's Seltzer Aperient, which contains every val uable element of the German Spring. The reatst nhvsicians of Eiir pe pronounce that free gift of Fro Vidence the most poteut of all known alteratives, and Us fac-simlle, fresh ana foaming, is now piacea witn in the reach of every invalid in the western world. 80L.D BY ALiIj DRUGGISTS. THE SECRET of a BEAUTIFUL FACE, Mile Ko-e BIancharii,i) IMPEUHb ("RKAM OF" LIUES, for beautifying and preserving the COMPL.EXIOIV. SKH AIVO TEETH, Is the only extraordinary and delightful toilet article ever discovered. It imparts to tbe face a soft and beautiful complexinn, and gives to the teeth a most beautiful and pearly white enamel. Sent express paid to any part ox the unitea rvates on re'-eipc oi qx. Address BLaCHAHD JMl'P'G CO., (Send card for Circular ) wew ioi k. Hit. I K FLAVORING EXTRACTS Rtandard wins for them Aflattering encouiiums from all housekeepers iu ine city who have used them. on- centr.tecl strentKtli ren ders them lilulilv ecus. omicnl. Manufactured by Thos. Wood Co., Uoston. Sold by all Orocers. IILLINERY A magnlncent selection, comprising all that is Stylish, Handsome, and Becoming, At JD s. J. ISABELLA WILBUK'S, OS Orange Street. N. B A Choice Assortnient of Babies' ilonnets and Cliildrnn's Hats. je!6 Greenwich Academy. Usual Literary Courses, with Musical Institute and Commercial College. Fimnrien iUO. Both Sexes. Influences decidedly religious. Home care and com forts. Ckariuingly located on Xrrt;ns'tt Bay and on dtrect route from N. Y. to Boston. Grand op portunities for salt- water bathing and boating. Terms moderate, upen fept m, uataiogu free. Rev. E D BLAKESLEE, A.M., V incipoX au2 eodAwlm East Greenwich, It I. NICHOLS ACADEMY TWO THOROUGH COURSES OP STUDY. Colle&:e Preparatory and the dngli.li NEW BUILDINGS FUKN'SHED WITH APPAKATU1' OF ALL KINDS. FALLTERII HK(ilS SlfiPT. 5, 188 Fine Library. Large Telescope, Oood Boarding and JtLealtny ideality. Address Jfrinolpal, H. T. UAVVSUV, Dudley, Mass aulO eodawlm I hnvo a positive remedy for the above disease; by I'd use thousands of cases of the worst kind and of Ion ftandini; hnvra been cured. Indeed, so strone is my f ii'h in iu efficacy, that I will send TWO BOTTLES FBRB, together with a VALUABLE TREATISE on this disense to any sufferer. Give Kxpress and P.O. ad dress. In. T. A. SLOCUM, 181 Pearl St. Mew York StylishLace Shoes FOR SALE, A FINE GRAY MARE, between six and seven years old. Warranted sound, kind and true. Apply at . New Haven Folding Chair Company, 552 &iafe Street. jy31 m&tn Or 208 ORANGE STREET. We offer to arrive one carload Oregon and Sacra mento River 8alajon,,one car California ITui's of the celebrated "olden Gate brand. 1 hese goods are a di rect purchase by us from San Francisco and will sell the same to the trade as low as any eastern ueuse. J. B. DEWELL & CO., Wholesale Orocers and Canned Goods Dealers. jy25 !133 to 339 State Street. .a. AlUHl'l'UVT, Wo. 330. Oh.lwl Ktr..t. Ww Hawm. 1.BBIST0L&S0M, 336 Chapel Street. HAVANA CIGARS. 71XTRA fine quality by the box for holiday trade 'J An ftf.rAnt.nhlA irA.ATit for uAntlAmfln . TW K HAI.I. BON. ap!9 eod Mrs. E. Jooes Young, DENTIST. 230 Chapehcor. State.Street B'd'g, urer ilrooES s jo. '8 Jtiai ana r ur orore AH work warranted. Office hours from V a. m. to S p.m. DAWSON' SI -i-iii State Street. TS the place to buy Fine Old Coffees, roasted fresh jl ana ground to order. Choice Tea a snecialtv. Pure Spices by weight. A. E. Da v son, Agent. State Street, next door to entrance Marl ison House. DR. g , l BEFORE - AND AFTER l Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial, TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD, WHO are suffering- from Nitnvous Drbii.it y, Lost Vitality, Lack of Nkrvr Force and Vigor, Wasting Weaknesses, and all those diseases of a Personal Nature reaultinK from Abuses and Othkr 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. Addroa VOLTAIC BELT CO., MARSHALL, MICH. BROWN'S EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY CABRINGTON & CO., No. 400 State Street, Courier Building JOHN B. OABBINQTOK, y.DT.lTin T. OAEEINOTOK. JOBS B. CABBIDSIOH, JO BITTERS will cure dyspepsia.heartburn, mala ria, kidney disease, liver complaint, and other wasting diseases. BITTERS enriches the blood and purifies the system; cures weakness, lack of energy, etc. Try a 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. 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 INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP. " ITBABF. 3IAKK. 1 Dyspepsia, Iilver Diseases,Fever and Aeue, Rheumatism Dropsy, Heart Dis ease. Biliousness, Nervous ; Debility, etc The Best Remedy Known to Man. 12,000,000 BOTTLES HOLD SIMCE 18TO. This Srns PonniM Vrled Properties. It Stimulates tne rtyaiine in uu saliva, wbli hConTerta IheSturch and Snar ol the Food Into 6tcose. A deficiency ol Pt.vii.llne cimu Wind nd sourlni ox ine Food In the Stomach, It the Medicine Is taken immediately aftr eating the rer. mentation ot Food Is prevented. It acts upon tne ijiver. It acts upon the Kidneys. It regulates. the Bowels. Itpurlfies the Blood. It quiets the Herrou System. It promotes Digestion. It Nourishes, Strengthens and Ixivleor. ates. It carries oirthe Old Blood and maKes dew. It Onens the nores of the skin and indu ces Healty Perspiration. watenora, oonn., uuiy su, xbbv. Dn. Oubi Johnson : I haTe suffered very mnoh In the last three years from Headache, and have got little or no relief from any source nntll lately. I purchased of your agent some of the Indian Blood Syrup, and am con scious of great relief from its use. I can reoomxnend It in all commence. wjsiajobus v. baxjib. Pastor of First Baptist Ohurch. It neutralises the hereditary taint, or rxlson in th blood, which generates scrofula, erysipelas, and all manner of skin diseases and Internal humors. There are no SDirits employed in its manufacture, and it oan be taken by the most delicate babe or by the acred and feeble, care only being required in at tention to directions. New London, uonn. Hearing of some of the remarkable cures effected by Dr. Olark Johnson's Indian Blood Syrap, I called on an Agent and procured a bottle, and it has done me more good for dizziness than any other medicine that I have ever used. I wonld recommend all afflict ed to give it a trial and be convinced. JOHN MOON. Jjkkesvllle, Utchneid Jo., uonn. I have used Dr. Olark Johnson's Indian Blood Syr ap for sick headache, and it effectually relieved me. I recommend it highly. Mm. d. whiukukji. Bristol, Hartford Co., Oonn. I have nsed Dr. Olark Johnson's Indian Blood Syr ap for neuralgia in the faoe, which greatly troubled me, and a short trial gave me Immediate relief. ALKE9. VVJXL. CAJU'DIU Tl . Norwich, Oonn. Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Syrup has onred me of dyspepsia and Indigestion, and I oan therefore recommend It with confidence to those afflicted with like diseases. MBS. THOMAS BOBINHON. 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 SEL.L. IT. laboratory 77 W. 3rd Street, N. Y. City. se!9 d&w Saturday Morning, August 19, 1882. tO.VKLIVti ANJ CORNELL. The latest attack upon ex-Senator Conk- ling will not add sweetness to the political contest in New York. It was generally known that Governor Cornell had displeased Conk ling and that Conkling would :Dot favor his renomination. According to a writer in the Albany Journal, who appears to have been "inspired," the Governor excited Conkling's "profound indignation" by advising him not to oppose two New York nominations sent in by Mr. Hayes shortly before the close of his term. Then he gave fresh offonce by endeav oring to dissuade the New York Senators from making war upon President Garfield. Then he refused to join in their protest against the appointment of Collector Kob ertson. This refusal "filled the senior Sena tor with uncontrollable wrath." After they resigned their seats a step taken without consulting him he sent on a messenger to tell them that it was a mistake, and that neither of them could be re-elected. Final ly, when Mr. Conkling arrived in Albany, Governor Cornell met him at once and told him that his success in the canvass was out of the question ; the objections of members oould not be overcome. At this unwelcome intelligence, Mr. Conkling "gave expression to his anger, more emphatic than polite." These acts of Governor Cornell were suf ficient to excite the profound indignation of even a greater man than Conkling, but they were not all. According to the writer in the Journal, Governor Cornell has been guilty of doing his duty as Governor without regard to what Conkling, as the representative of Jay Gould, wanted him to do. One of the charges is that, acting as the paid attorney of Jay Gould, Conkling requested the signature of the governor to a bill relieving the Paoifio Mail Steamship company of from $90,000 to $100,000 of back taxes, that he put that re quest not on the basis of any merit pos sessed by the measure in question, but repre sented it as an aot of personal favor to him self, in whose profitable results he engaged to see that the governor would, in a political sense, participate. Another charge is made, as follows, by the Journal writer : Our readers will remember the Elevated railroad tax exemption swindle, to which we had occasion to frequently refer last winter. The purpose of that bill was to exempt the company from the payment of an assessed tax of more than $250,000. It was adroitly worked through tne .Legislature "regardless of expense," and was expected to be worked through the executive chamber by some equally effective process. The governor was told that he could make that bill not only the instrument by which to close the breach be tween himself and Mr. Conkling, bnt a lever by which his renomination could be made easy and his election secure. He was even told that as soon as his sig nature was attached to the bill a large block of new stock would be issued, which would be placed in the hands of parties named, and that the Governor himself would not be for gotten in the distribution ; and further, that as the stock would immediately advance S30 a share, an interest in the "divide" would enable the fortunate holder to turn a hand some penny without risk or inconvenience. The answer of the governor to these glitter ing proffers was given in his veto of the bill, which, if he had signed, old friendships might have been renewed, old breaches would have been healed, a renomination would have been secured, and a handsome sum would have been guaranteed, to make his calling and election sure. If these charges are true, the question is from whom did they oome except from Gov ernor Cornell himself, who has abundant reason for not meekly submitting to the at tack made upon him by Conkling. Conkling professes to think it "incredible" that Gov ernor Cornell could have been privy to the publication of this "scandalous story," but until the Governor says that the "scandalous story" did not come from him many will be lieve that it did, and that though he has hi his proud enemy a hard blow it is a justifi able one. EDl'lUltlAJL. NOTES. tartliwc discovery: LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. A victim ol youthful Imprudence causing Premw hire Decay, Nervous Debility, lost Manhood, etc, ha-ring tried In vain every known remedy, hi" dis covered a simple self cure, which he will send FKhE to his fellow-sufferers, address J. H. KKEVE1S, I linlballl St.. !". Y POSITIVELY CURED BY CARTERS ITTLE IVER PILLS. Bargains in Books ! I desire to inform the publio that I have been ap pointed New Ha, ven A:nt for The Useful Knowledge Publishing Co,, OF NEW YORK. I am prepared to offer the new works of the stand ard authors at amazingly low prices. Special attention is called to Schiller's 30 Tears War, 40c. Green's History of English Peo ple, $1.00. Irviner's Complete Works $7 50. All elegantly bound and printed on good paper. Hhakesneare, complete, (VUc. Dante, 75c. Catalogues gladly furnished on application. EUWAKH DoVVN"S, Jn., au5 309 Chapel Street, next Cutler's. J ames F. Beebe, Builder and Jobber, No. lO Temple SI reel. JOBBING A SPECIALTY, ' Satisfactory work guaranteed. au2 3m General Stoneman, the Democratic Gov ernor of California, began a speech at San Rafael the other day by remarking : "Fellow citizens It is a well-known fact in history that great generals are poor talkers, and I am one of them." It has been thought a good joke to tell a man to save his mutilated coin to put in the aontribution box, and it now appears that many use it for that purpose. About 4,000 ounces of mutilated silver ooin has been re deemed at the Philadelphia mint, and the business of the debasers has been narrowed down until only three classes are great Buf fers s from the mutilation. The saloon keepers and the beer brewers are naturally at the head of the list, but next in order are the churches. The authorities state that a great deal of silver that cannot be passed in any other manner finds its way into the ohurch contribution plate. The submarine vessel now being construct ed at Bucharest, it is claimed, will accomplish what no other submarine craft except that run by one of Jules Verne's heroes has ever been equal to. The plan contemplates a ves sel capable of moving under water for twelve hours without any renewal of air. Steam is the motor employed, and the speed reckoned upon is greater than that attained by sailing vessels. Practically the management consists in simply sinking the vessel by opening cer tain valves, but its return to the surface in volves more complex operations. An elec tric light, which is to be supplied, will, it is ascertained, render objects fairly distinguish able. For renewal of air it is not necessV that the vessel rise to the surface the means resorted to for this purpose being an appar atus that can be sent up, and which, by work ing a pump, forces air into suitable receivers. e Mean Curefl, Not Merely RelieycS A.tu, Can Prove What We Claim. "There are no failures and no dlHappointments. If you are troubled wit It 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 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 taking1 just one little pill at a dose- They arc purely vegetable, do not gripe or purge, and are as nearly perfect as it is possible for a pill to be. Price, 25 cents, 5 for $1. Sold by drug gists everywhere, or sent by mail. GARTER MEDICINE CO., NEW YORK. Sold Wholesale by Richardson ts Go. All Druggists Betail. JeU dswtf 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. G. HOADLEY, Mo. State Street. A FLORIDA ORANGES. SHIPMENT received this movnlng. Q.nallt v and Ur -r Fine. no2 IS. E. ttAMu & SON. Pobedonoscheff. "The Volunteer Guard," on the other hand, which is led by Count Wo-routzoff-Daschkoff, has formed itself into a political party, and strives to influence the general policy of the Empire. The follow ing are the principal points of its programme: (1) The transfer of the financial and political administration, with the exception of all matters relating to the Supreme Court of Justice and the political police, to the pro vincial assemblies, and free election of the local authorities ; (2 ) the raising, collection and expenditure of all indirect taxes to be also transferred to the provincial assemblies ; (3) the assessment of these taxes according to the amount of the taxpayer's property ; (4) the exemption of the communes from the payment of emancipation fees in respect of uncultivated land, and the grant of land to such communes as are unable to provide for their maintenance out of the produce of their existing holdings ; and (5) the convocation of a general Parliament on tbe day of the coronation, for the purpose of discussing the basis of a Constitution. The programme re ceived the approval of General Ignatieff, whose recommendation of it to the Emperor is said to have been the cause of his dismiss al, and the rival society, "The Holy League," is now predominant at the liussian Court. A case has been decided recently in Eng land concerning the effect of bills of lading made in duplicate and marked first, second, etc. The firm of Cottam & Co., desiring to borrow money from Glyn &. Co., indorsed for them as security for the loan, the "first" of a bill of lading of certain goods then at sea The bill of lading was in triplicate and stated that the goods would be delivered to Cottam & Co. after the vessel had arrived. Cottam & Co. took the "second," and on presenting it to the wharfingers were entered in thtir books as tbe owners of the goods, and soon after the wharfinger delivered the goods to persons who had bought them from Cottam & Co. After the last mentioned firm became insolvent, Glyn fc Co. sued the wharfingers for the value of the goods, claiming that thoj alone were entitled to them ; tbe wharfingers proved that they had received no notice of any assignment of the bills of lading by Cot tam & Co., nor of any claim on the part of Glyn & Co. before they had parted with the goods. Lord Blackburn, one of the ablest and most experienced of English judges, in an elaborate opinion decided in favor of the wharfingers. He said that he saw no reason why at the present time there should be more than one original of a bill of lading, but if there were more than one he thought that the wharfingers, if acting in good faith and without notice, were justified in delivering the goods to the person designated in the bill of lading, even if that person presented only the "second ;" if Glyn fe Co. could not trust Cottam & Co., they should have got possession of all three originals. TOUGH. Whom the gods love die young. The gods do not love spring chiokens. Piwk. "What ails this heart of mine?" asks r, western poetess. Perhaps it isn't your heavt, deary. Have you tried Jamaica ginger;? Philadelphia News. Hypocrisy is shaking hands with your neighbor, and then, when his back Is turned, kicking his dog in the ribs. New York Com mercial Advertiser. Hungry diner "Here, waiter ! hulloa there ! I've told you three times I -wanted a oup of coffee." Waiter "I know it; and you haven't got it yet. Ain't it funny ?" Boston 1'ranncript Somebody is congratulating the eastern States on the faot that whatever elsa they lack, they can boast of an abundant hay crop this season. We are not all Kcbuchad nezzars, however. Boston Post. During a storm one night last week the lightning at Milwaukee struck a brewery. The lightning, it appears, had to come down in Milwaukee, and there wrs no time for moving t brewery and giving it room. New Orleans Picayune. Things one- would rather bare left unsaid. Amiable hostess "What! must you go al ready ? Keally, professor, it's too bad of this sweet young wife of yours to carry you off so early. She always does." Professor "No, no, not always, Mrs. Bright. At most houses I positively have to drag her away." London Punch. A young Austin doctor, who has just grad uated, was asked the following questions by an old practitioner : "Suppose you were called in to see a wealthy patient and there was nothing the matter with him what would you do ?" "I would suggest that he set up tbe wine to celebrate his narrow escape from having me treat him professionally." "Young man, you have a heap to learn,'.' was the reply of the old doctor. Texas Sif tings. A proud darky : Jim Webster, an Austin colored voter, returned a few days ago after an absence of a week in the country. After he got back he was asking Uncle Mose how his negro acquaintances were coming on, and among others, what Tom Knott, who was celebrated for his lack of sociability and stiff ness, was doing. "Didn't yer meet a funeral as yer was coram' into town ?" "Yes, I did. Uncle Mose." "Dem was Tom Knott's ob sequious, dey was." "Well, I mout had guessed hit. Dat ain't de fust time he had passed me on de street widout lettin' on dat he knowed me." Texas St f tings. The Congressional canvass between J. C. Blackburn and W. C. Owens in the Ash land district of Kentucky promises to be ex citing because of its extremely personal na ture. Mr. Blackburn, for instance, hints at a part having been taken by Mr. Owens in the recent State gerrymander. Mr. Owens, from the same platform, asks indignantly if he is to be considered in anywise re sponsible for it. To which Mr. Black burn replies evasively: "If I could read your soul I might answer the question." Mr. Owens in one of his speeches made a general attack upon the Blackburn family. He said he "thought it about time for the Blackburn family to retire. One by the grace of God and yellow fever was Gov ernor, another was Secretary of State, and Joe was in Congress. He wanted to know when the Blackburn family would be satis fied. If the thing was to go on Joe would die in Congress. He did not understand this as a talking match with a man whose tongue was hung in the middle and wagged at both ends. It was something higher. The peo pie had been Bitting down to a Blackburn breakfast, a Blackburn dinner and a Black' burn supper, and they were now asked to take a Blackburn lunch. He thought this like a fellow trying to survive on a diet of partridges." There are now two secret societies at St. Petersburg established for the protection of the Emperor against the Nihilists. One is called "The Holy League," the other "The Volunteer Guard." The leader of "The Holy League," whose aim is simply to pre vent attempts upon the Emperor's life, is M. ' Ksngaroo-Shootinf; In Queensland. From the London Field. Now we are all in our places, some hidden behind bushes, others ensconced behind an artificial gunnery. Lying down, peeping through the leaves, the plain, far, far away, seems to begin to undulate. It is a mob of kangaroos that causes this appearance. As they draw nearer they remind you of a band of porpoises at play. Ostrich-like, indistinct ly one crouches lower. Close to the ground you hear a "thud," "thud," "thud," with two or three seconds interval between the sound of each jump. Now it stops, for the "old man kangaroo"- has an unpleasant if not a tingling recollection of this sport last year. But the guns are down wind and well hidden. "Thud," "thud," again, nearer and clearer, and now you catch sight of the leader of the mob ; he is close to you. You rise and pour into his hind quarters for, unlike all other game, it is more deadly to shoot them well behind three and one-quarter drams of powder, one and one eighth ounces of BB shot. Down he goes with a heavy flop and grunt. Ping goes the other barrel. Still they come, on eaoh side of you. Oh, for a loader 1 You have just time to stuff another cartridge into the right-hand barrel and send it after the last of the mob. Your neigh bors, too who in all likelihood "know the sound full well," and have been watching the advance with perhaps less excitable but not less keen interest than you have also risen and discharged a volley. Down you sink again behind your shelter, and the silenoe is only broken by the expiring grunt and final kick of that "old man," who dies hard. This is the first mob. Stillness now for ten minutes or so reigns, unless broken by an oc casional rustle in the grass. You get up and see a wallaby, with head down, going full lick through the grass ; ho represents to you a shot just like a rabbit in covert. And now every three or four minutes you hear the "distant and random gun" of your fellow sportsmen ; for the msupials are coming well. You detect the sound of the stosk whip. Another volley. What unearthly sound is that you hear now ? Is it human ? Darwinians might say "no." But you, on looking, see what at first sight you might take for Pandemonium let loose, for. screech ing, yelling, whooping, grunting like pigs, oome the niggers, King Billy resplendently red and gojdly gleaming in the midst. Sit ting upon their horses' necks like monkeys on a tree, waving their handkerchiefs and cracking their stock-whips, one is not sur prised that it requires a great orator to make the colonial whites believe that these are really friends and brothers. The manager, assisted by a few stockmen, keeps them in excellent order. The sport now becomes fast and' furious, volley -lmng has com menced, and the distracted marsupial is hav ing a rough time of it. Work as you may, although your cartridges do not stick, you cannot load fast enough. At length the drive is over. You take out a knife, and going to the spot where you hear the kick ing, you administer the coi-p de grace. Sometimes a kangaroo with broken leg will "bale up" and look like fight. But there are plenty of stones about, bo heave "arf a brick" at him, or hit him behind the ear with a gocd thick waddy, and he is soon finished. Now the guns come up congratulating each other npon the success of the drive, varied by the usual interchange of conversation where a lot of strange guns shoot togerther "I say ! your shot came precious near to my head." But on the whole, at this drive, and at all the other drives we had afterwards, I only heard of one of the party getting very slightly peppered. The perpetrator was voted a dangerous shot, although it was uni versally admitted he never shot anyone els again ; indeed, for my part I do not think he bad another chance, for I noticed that every gun during the week that was placed within a quarter of a mile from him took good care to let a big tree intervene between him and them. Tnus, the Australians have (is whole some a dread of being peppered as an Eng lishman, though in other things they he ve a. comparative disregard for life. CnnoeiitK in Brazil. Ernest Morris in New York World. Emerging from the forest we soon reach the Patawa, and see before us the low maloca of the JJuras Indians. We are greeted by a chorus of dogs, native Indian dogs, covered with sores lean, mangy and half-starved. The men were not at home, and the house was tenanted only by several women and nu merous children, the filthiest-looking people ever saw. Everything bespoke laziness and poverty. The women are of medium height, but strongly built, with muscles in their arms that would shame a blacksmith. They speak a dialect peculiar to their tiibe, but I understand many speak Siriguajeral and Portuguese. The men are great fisher men, spending most of their time on the lake, though a few work in the rubber forests of the interior. This tribe formerly occupied not only the banks of the lake but the low forests near the mouth of the Negro, oppo site the city of Manaos. Wallace speaks of them as being lazy and indolent. If all re- 1 ports are true the tribe is fast becoming ex. tinct ; there are now but three houses on. or near the lake, and none in the low forests near the Negro. The numerous old aban doned fields which are found near Itanoea puru show that this region was inhabited vears ago by other tribes than the Muras. The remnant of this tribe, however, have gone deeper into the forest, and have buil t their malocas low, dark houses in all tie most impenetrable woods. During our r,ty C never once saw a smile upon the face t nf the women ; they talked but little, arxl al ways in a low tone, with frequent g't-ares. We watched the women busy in riakin); a mingon (soup) out of green pacov 45, or ba nanas. They tore off the skin v,Hh their teeth, grated tbe banana and t'xrw n jut0 a large earthern pot full of hot '.ter and stir red the bananas with a sticky which they oc casionally used to strike a pvcvwling dog. We were served with this mixture in little wood en cups, and while sipping the unpalatable dish wondered if bane a 80up maje those muscles. All fruit is. generally made into a drink or mingon, ar.d no-matter what Indian tribes you are am jng, you are compelled to live upon these mingons. Some are pala table, but the raajority are simply disgusting, many being seasoned with the Iarvss of in-s- cta. The sun was low down, almost touch ing the tree tops, when we reached the ca noe, and the dark clouds on the horizon told us that we were to pay for this bright day by a violent night storm. Once in the canoe the Indians toyk off their shirts and put them under the "toldy,"or palm cabin ; then, grasping their broad paddles, pushed into the stream, "flow we did shoot down that Igarape, the vater fairly boiled around our canoe. We, 'were anxious to reach the lake, for the Igarape was narrow and there was danger from falling branches or trees. The sky wp.s now intensely black, the air full of flyi? leaves and often we heard the crash of falling trees in the forest. "More force," I slanted, and the men dipped their paddles n the water. Another roll of thunder and down came the rain. Soon we shot into tbe lake, where our canoe tossed up and down, and we ran no little risk of being upset. A bright light on the shore was seen, toward which I started. We pulled the canoe ashore, climbed the muddy bank to the house and shouted, "Are we welcome?" We waited a moment, the door was opened and were in vited to "Enter with God" (entre con Dios). We asked shelter for the night, whioh was granted, and while our host, a young Indian, slung our hammock and his wife a pretty In dian girl, made the coffee, we inspected the dwelling. The floor was clean ; clean ham mocks swung from poles ; everything wag neat and in order. I dwell on this because I have never found an Indian hut so clean. On the wall was drying a large jaguar skin, the largest I ever saw. After a bowl of hot coffee I asked the Indian to tell us how he billed the tiger. I wish your readers could have seen that young Indian as he stood, gun in hand, and told his story with many a ges ture ; his wife sitting quietly by sewing, but with a proud look in her eyes, while over all danced the fire light. "You know the large creek below my house, patron," hs said. "It was there I killed the onca. While paddling up this stream in search of palm fruit I heard a noise as if some one was beating the water with a pole. I listened and heard nothing but the wind in the trees. Again I resumed my paddle. Again I heard the plash of the water. I paddled to shore, and, taking my gun, crept up the bank in the direction of the noise. At intervals the noise would stop, only to be renewed more violently. After a short distance I saw, lying full length on a log in the water, an onca, or jaguar, engaged in fishing ; calling the fish by beating the water with its tail. There are many fruit eating fish in the Amazon waters, and it is known to us that the jaguar frequently imi tates the plashing of palm fruit by striking the water with its tail, hooking the fish, as they rise, with their long claws. (In fishing for pirantha we always beat the water with our poles and then throw in the line. ) He was very big, patron, but I crept nearer." "Did he get any fish !"said I "Nemhum" (not one), said our host "and he seemed angry about it. The old tiger looked awful cross, and I saw he was tired of fishing, for he slowly arose from the log. I quickly dropped a ball on top of the shot, and fired. He sprang into the airland fell into the water morte (dead). I fished him out with my harpoon. That is all, my white man." The Indian took his seat, rolled a bark cigarette, then said : ''Patron, there are many kinds of oncas; they are afraid, they are cowards, but beware of the black tiger he never will run from you."' After this ad vice he stretched himself in his hammock and was soon asleep. We lay listening to the rain on the roof and thinking of our re turn to-morrow to our home down the Ama zon, where we will fatten up a bit, have something better to eat than salt meat and find that which at times is sweetest of all rest. The bear killed is one that is believed to have been several times seen by berry pick ers during the past few years in more remote parts of the mountains. Advice to tiirls. Be industrious, dauehter. Thus the hst. women have ever found the best husbands at the post of duty, liebecca went to the well to water the camels and caught Isaac's matri monial agent. Rachel went out with the sheep and found Jacob and a ki-s waiting for her. Kuth wrought in the wheat field and msrried rich. Abigail hustled around and baked L'OO loaves of bread, and loaded up a whole commissary train which she personally led out to David, and arct a second husband within a week after her first one was petri fied, and if you persistently buckle down to a wash-tub you feel assured that no man will marry you for your money. Pretty Surf IVymplia. IXong Branch letter. The Philadelphia girl is the favorite in the surf. She is so pretty and sensible, and then it is nice to see a veal modest little maiden in bathing. She 'iomes out of her dressing room clad in a -eat, weU fitting costume, and walks as if no, trying to attract attention. As the first breaker strikes her shs does not 8crem- bat- takes the duck like a little lady, and dipo-ts in t5io cool water as though she enjoyed t immensely. And then the Phila delphia girt is so brave, too, "under fire," Si -r-evec alarms the bathing-master with blood.-curdling screams for help if a small crab, gallantly pays a little attention to the prstty foot. When she cornea out of the bMva her cheeks are pinker than ever, her ees sparkle more brightly than before, and she is even sweeter and more lovable than when she entered the surf. W. H. Braman, a Litchfield dry goods deal er for many years, has sold his store to Wm. H. Smith, son of Deacon Smith, of Goshen. The purchaser has been in business in New York for Eeveral vears. A Fighting n. Heavr, I From the Mew York Herald. Kebhonkson, N. Y., Aug. 14. A party of berry pickers had a desperate encounter with a large black bear in a wild and unfre quented part of the Samsonville Mountains, about twelve miles from this place, to-day. The party had been engaged in gathering fruit at this place for several hours, when one of their number Miss Sarah Preston started with a pail full of berries to go to the place where the party had left their dinners and extra pails in the morning. On reaching this spot Miss Preston dis covered what she supposed was a dog eating up her dinner. Angered at the brute she rushed at him with a stout stiok. The ani mal, which proved to be a bear, showed fight, and turning upon her felled her with a blw from one of its paws, but in doing so slipped off a rock, landing several feet away. Miss Preston beat a hasty retreat, screaming at the top of her voioe for assistance. His bearship rushed at her a second time, lacera ting her arm with its claws. The cries of Miss Preston brought the other members of the party to her assistance, two of whom William Thompson and George Osterhondt were burly young far mers. Thompson seized a stont club and struck the bear a stunning blow on the head. The bear returned the blow with a powerful thrust at Thompson with its fore paw, inflict ing a severe wound on his head, but not enough to entirely disable him. Both men went at tbe bear with clubs and stones. The struggle was a long and fierce one. Thomp son becoming weak from loss of blood finally sank down from sheer exhaustion, leaving Osterhondt to continue the fight alone, the other members of the party having fled. Osterhondt is a powerful fellow, capable of handling two ordinary men. Luckily he had in his possession a large pocket knife, such as farmers and backwoodsmen usually oarry. With this weapon he managed to wound Bru in in several places, with no other effect than to make the brute more fierce and enraged. 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