$5 per Year.
2c. per Copy.
THE LARGEST DAILY NEWSPAPER Of THE CITY.
Published toy CARBINGTON & CO.
OFFICE, 400 STATE STREET.
NE HAYEK, COKN., MONDAY MQRXIXG, JULY 14, 1884.
Notice from J. N
Adam & Co.
We do not intend to
allow any dealer in
New Haven to retail
ParasoLs or Fans or
.LACE jOODS Or OUM
mer Dress Goods at
lower, prices than ours
during the next three
weeks ; tut rather ' we
shall try Id have our fig
ures less than those of
any other house. It is
not a question of what
the goods cost. Ordi
narily our buying facil
ities enable us to cope
easily with such compe
tition as we have in
N ew Haven, but that is
not the point just now.
It is a question now who
is going to have the
most courage in mark
ing down, and standing
the loss. And we here
by give notice that we
haye set purselves to
win. We can stand it.
Come and see. Last
week we filled two close
ly printed columns of
this paper with exam
ples of the reductions
then begun, iut we are
at it every day, making
fresh reductions wher
ever necessary, and per
haps often when noz
really necessary. We
dont often adyertise in
this way, but when we
do, we mean it. Be
sides the goods men
tioned above we should
also draw attention to
what we are doing in
Hamburg Edgings, in
Cloaks Sacques and
Shawls, and in Men's
MY ANNUAL EXCURSION
TWICE A WEEK
TO SAVIN ROOK
FOR THE COLLECTION OF
Will Commence After July 1
WAIT FOR THE WAGON.
If yon are going ont of town
FOR THE SUMMER
MAKE ARRANGEMENTS AT MY OFFICE
To Iiave your Collars and Cuffs
Sent by Mall,
Thus Saving You Trouble.
641 and 878 Chapel Street,
Works near Neck Bridge.
JOHN E. EARLE,
No. 35 Chapel Street,
New Haven, Conn.
Gives his personal attention to procuring
Patents for Inventors.
Ui." x than fnnr(Mn T7fJr ATlfl frW-
quent visits to the Patent Office has given him a
familiarity wiui every vi' i''" "v ; , -,
proceeding at, the Patent Office, which, together
with the fact that he now visits Washington semi
monthly to give nis personal biu-uu
est of his clients, warrants him in the assertion that
no office in this country is able to offer the same
facilities to Inventors in securing their Inventions
bv Letter Patentand particularly to those whose
applications have been rejected an examination of
which he will make free oi change.
Preliminary examination, prior to application for
patent made at Patent Office, at a small charge.
His facilities for procuring Patents in Foreign
Countries are unequaled. " , "
Refers to more than one thousand clients if orwfcom
he has procured ljeiera rniAsu. jj "
W. IS. TBEWHELLA,
MAN U FACT UKttK ur AAlltUAOCA
Wair Cotton, Husk Excelsior; also Feather Beds,
Pillows, Bolsters, etc. Renovating Mattresses a
i.ltv Will call and deliver at residence in city.
PrtaMtne Lowest. 81 EAST WATER STREET,
1 r ' , Kmr Haven. Conn.
n 1 1 (inm '
Oxford Chalybeate Water.
Order, for Oxford Springrmay be left at
livr ana a iouim m .
-ELECTRICITY IS LIFE.
Slf Sf ailed, as.15 years' experience has
-j M -,. ata troubled WIUI twarru,ur owiiw
Sfr RheaSn?Throat or Lnng Trouble, Gen
g& DKHiaSche, Kidney Disease, try
dt Cummings. His method differs
DR. J. W. CUMMINGS,
No4 Churclt Street.
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY
32 To 38 EAST 42d STREET,
(Opposite Grand Central Depot,)
A BUILDING FIREPROOF THROUGHOUT
Now ready for the transaction of business. Boxes
rented at from 810 to S300 per year. Silver, Trunks
and packages stored under guarantee.
Private entrance, Reception and Toilet Rooms for
v,if. rvmrwin T?eeention and Toilet Rooms on
the ground floor and directly accessible to the
street, xtuoins or space m iu?
for Furniture, Works of Art and Merchandise
rented by the month or year. Trunk stoarge
THOS. L- JAMES, A. VAN SANTVOORD,
President. Vice President.
J. H- B. EDGAR, J. R. VAN WORMER,
HEAT LIGHT UNO POWER CO,
178 DEVONSHIRE ST
FRED. H. HENSHAW, President.
H. C. GOODSPEED, Treasurer.
WILBUR F. LUNT, Clerk.
ttwi s a mttkt. P A RCOOK. President Midelletown
Savings Bank and Vice President Hartford and
vonn. vauey .Kaiiruau, niuuuiu,
Ron. A. n. WOODWORTH, President Ames Man-
nfnnturino- Hft.. Chicortee. Mass.
AUGUSTUS W. LOCKE, Esq., Manager State
Road and Hoosac Tunnel, North Adams, Mass.
FRED. H. HENSHAW, Esq., firm of Henshaw &
ri,ciino Imrmrtpni 42 Chauncev. Street. Boston.
FRANKLIN REED, Esq., President Sagadahock
National Bank, nam, aie.
INCREASE ROBINSON, Esq., President Robin-
crm Trnn Works. PlvmOllt.h. Ma.SS.
GEORGE W. SMITH, Esq., President G. W. Smith
Iron works. Boston, Mass.
H. C. (JOODSFEED, Jsq., 1, juevonsnire street,
General M. N. WISEWELL,
178 Devonshire Street, Boston.
D. W. GOOCH,
28 School Street, Boston.
BANKERS AND TRUSTEES:
AMERICAN LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
55 Congress Street, Boston.
Tho rijir.itil Stock of the eomrjanv is 82.000.000 di-
viHoH intn ATI onn shares, of the rtar value of 850 ner
share, is full paid and unassessible. A limited num
ber of shares will be offered to the public at $15 a
share, sub3ect to increase.
The eomrjanv owns bv purchase the entire rights
for the New England States of the justly celebrated
Holland Process for Generating Heat, Light and
Steam power by the use of water and oils as fuel in
the manufacture of water gas .for locomotives and
stationary boilers, and for domestic uses; in fact,
wherever a safe and perfectly clean Are is desired.
and it is beyond question the cheapest and purest
gas tor iignting.
We have no hesitation in recommending this en
terprise as one of great merit and importance, sec
ond to none other that has been, brought to the at-
tion of capitalists.
All monevs for stock to be paid into and the stock
issued by the American Loan and Trust Company,
tsanKcrs ana 'trustees or tne company.
Deserintive oamohlets and all information con
cerning this great invention can be obtained at the
Jixecutive umee, iv lievonsiure street.
Horses ami Carriages For Sale
and To Let.
Carriage Makintr in all its branches. Renairincr
and painting a specialty. Anyone wishing to buy
or sell an outfit will find it to their advantage to
give us a call.
CUJLLOM &. CO.
108 FRANKLIN STREET.
COTTON, LINEN fi RUDDER,
We do not claim to have more Hose than all the
dealers combined, but we do keep a general assort
ment of goods that we can warrant to do as repre
sented, at very low figures. Give us a call before
purchasing and we will convince you.
J. F. GILBERT & CO.,
479 State Strooti
A. & D. R. ALLING
Have removed their office temporarily to
GALLAGHER'S CIGAR STORE.
730 CHAPEL STREET.
Opposite their Old Stand.
Flows from the Maximum Mineral Fountain of Sara
toga Springs, and is in the opinion of the most emi
nent medical men Nature's Sovereign Cure for Con
stipation, Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver, Inactive Condi
tions of the Kidneys, and a most salutary alterative
in umftilnnn affections. With ladies, centlemen
and bon vivants everywhere it has become the
stanaara 01 aieiary expeuieuw. luiuijuig uw uieco
tive functions and enabling free livers to indulge
with impunity at tne tame. ine worm oi w chili.,
intellle-ence and refinement testifies to its sparkling.
naturally pure and delightful qualities as the bev
erage incomparable, and accredit it with being the
surest and spediest source of their clear complex-
. 1 1 a. tr TimDJff
ions, nigu una txum-ntiii rtyu n. .v
KPRTNG WATER is sold onlv in srlass bottles; four
dozen pints are packed in a case. It may be ob
tained at all hotels, and of druggists, wine mer
chants and grocers everywhere. m.Y4
OliD NO. 88 CROWN ST.,
NEW NOS. 160, 162 CROWN
EGGS f EGGS ! ! EGGS ! ! !
23c per. doz. 5 doz. $1
3 lb cans Tomates 7c, 4 for 25.
Winslow Jones' Succotash, 13c can, 2 for 25c.
Columbia River Salmon 15c per can.
Quart bottles new Maple Syrup, pure, 35c.
13 lbs Granulated Sugar, standard, $1.
15 lbs X C Sugar, standard, $1
Fine Old Government Java Coffee, per lb, 25c.
Fine Oolong and Japan Tea, per lb, 40c.
Extra large Queen Olives, 45c per bottle.
1 bag best Flour $1.
1 bag nice Family Flour. 85c.
Early Rose Potatoes, per bushel, 45c.
New Bermuda Onions 8c per quart.
Sweet Oranges 25c per doz.
Fine Butter 25c perlb, 4 1-2 lbs 81.
New Orleans Molasses 60c per gallon.
2 lb can Cherries 10c, 8 for 25c.
Good many more bargains. Call and see us.
Goods delivered to any part of the city.
FINE WINES, SHERRIES AND BRANDIES.
New IS os. lOO and 162 Crown St
GOODMAN'S BUILDING, FOUR DOORS FROM
ail L'nUKUtt Bi'Kisisr.
Whatsoever a Man Soweth that
also shall he Reap.
Selfishness, Dishonesty and Low
Grade of Groceries and Meats
Cannot he found at
J. A. WRIGHT'S,
748 State Street, Werwn'Block
Ana wir Riinntv for manufacturing and domestic
purposes. I am prepared to contract for these
wells, to any deptn m any lormawon oi eairn or roca,
Tti. ralfthrnteri 'Riisiness. Tent and Healing Medi
um MRS J Jt fll.ARK. 228 Crown St.. old No. 136.
is winning golden opinions daily by her marvelous
powers. Mrs. Clark may be consulted on all matters
nertainin&r to business, social life, marriage, dis
ease, etc., etc. Under her treatment many invalids
in this city nave been restored to neaitn. &ne com
pounds vegetable remedies from roots, herbs and
barks, which have a surprising effect on acute and
chrome complaints. Hours, 10 to 12 a, m., 2 to 4 p.
m-, ana evenings.
BIBS. M. E. COWL.ES, 91. !.,
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
93 Olive Street.
Office hours 10 to 12 and 11 to 4. m!5 8m
THE EDDY REFRIGERATOR
i FOB FAMILY USE.
The place to And the best Refrigerator is to know
where the Eddy is sold. That is just perfect in
every respect, uoia Dy
as- 360 State Street.
847 Chapel Street.
Entries may be made for the Summer months at
reduced rates, special xacniues lor laaies.
Apply for circular. Jo20
Dliss Fannie C Howe.
CULTIVATION OF THE (Italian method) and
Charles T. Howe,
FLUTE AND PIANO INSTRUCTION,
102 CROWN STREET, NEAR TEMPLE STREET.
F. A. FOWLER,
PIANO, ORGAN and HARMONY
AUSTIN BUILDING, 337 CHAPEL STREET,
Rooms 8 and 9.
The International Express.
AND ALL POINTS NORTH,
SOU Til, JKASTAJXD W1SX.
Prompt Delivery and Low Rates.
Office No. 31 Center Street.
R. L. DUNNING, Agent.
JAMES O. McAIiPIlVE
Respectfully Informs his friends and the public
that after an association of eighteen years with the
nrm or j . n. iukisx ec son, nas opened tne store
90S CHAPEL STREET,
next to the Boston Grocery Store, and feels confi
dent from thirty years1 experience in London, Eng
land, ana tnis city, in tne actual matting ana repair
iner of line watches that he is Qualified to give satis-
faotion and he hones bv strict attention to business
and moderate charges to merit a share of their pat
"By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws
hinn trnvftrn th mirations of dicestion and nutri
tion, and by a careful application of the fine proper
ties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided
our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored bev
erage which may save us many heavy doctors1 bills.
It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet that
a constitution may be errraduall v built ud until stroner
enough to resist every tendency to disease. Hun
dreds of subtile maladies are floating around us ready
to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may
escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well
fortified with pnre blood and a properly nourished
frame." Civil Service Gazettee.
Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold in
tins only (1-2 lb and lb) by Grocers, labled thus:
'JAMES EPPS & Co., Homoeopathic Chemists,
auituesc'cweaty ixmdon, Knglana.
RMS, TRUNKS, TRUNKS,
BAGS ! BAGS ! BAGS !
A complete stock, of Tourists'
Articles. Xlic only exclusive trunk
store in the city. Trunks, Bags
and Sample Cases made to order.
Repairing a specialty. Old trunks
taken in exchange. Good Goods
at Low prices at
CROFTJT & CO.'S,
210 Cliapel Street
57, 59 &610RAMEST.,
ttq h flntH. Painted Bedroom Suits in the city.
New Parlor Suits, Walnutedroom Suits.
The best Spring Bed forthe money. .
Splint, Rattan, Cane and Rush Seat Chairs in
great variety, as low as can be bought.
promptly attended to, night or day, with care.
AicrtSnTtt Acrntfor Washburn1s Deodorine and
A new lot of Folding Chairs and Stools to rent for
parties or zuiierai. jj "
House and Siem Painting,
RAINING and PAPERING
4QQ State Street,
Choice selections of WALL PAPERS, Elegant and
Attractive Gilt I'apcrs, Borders to maiuu.
Contracts for Decorating.
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, WINDOW GLASS.
BRUSHES, and all materials pertaining
to the business.
We have removed to our new
Nos. 821-823 Grand Street,
Which is very spacious, well lighted, and four en
tire floors on which to display our new styles of
Furniture of all Kinds.
We are now carry a very large stock and will be
able to meet the demands of our constantly increas
THE SAME LOW PRICES
And Liberal Terms as have here
tofore been the feature of
of this establishment.
P. J. KELLLY & CO.,
CTos. 8 S3 1 ctzxcl. 828
A FRIEND IN NEED.
Prepared from the reeine of T )r Stomhen Sweet.
of Connecticut, the great natural Bone-Setter. Has
oeen used tor more than flity years and is the best
known remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains,
ii uuko, uurus, uuuj, wounus, ana ut external in
juries. DODD'S NERVINE AND INVIGORATOR.
Standard and reliable, and never fails tst mmfnrt
tne agea ana nelp everybody who uses it.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS TRY IT.
CAN BE REMOVED
ZiXSON c3 OO.,
London, Perfumers to Her Majesty the Queen, have
uivcuKu ouu nwuiou uio woria-renowneu
Which removes Smallpox Marks of however loner
rfainfinv ThA armlLvifAn in .1 i .
ouMi-i,. bhjuvomuu io cuijijjitt tuiu Harmless,
vttuan uw iuwnouiciiw uiu contains notmng inju-
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. ,
LEON & CO.'S "DepUotory"
Removes Superfluous Hair in a few minutes without
paiu or uiipietuHuii. sensation never to grow again
Simple and harmless. Full directions sent bv mail
Price f 1.
GEO. W. SHAW, Gen. Agt.,
219 A TBEMONT STREET, BOSTON, MASS.
. TAULTS AMD CESSPOOLS.
Be sure your Vaults and Cess
pools are in good condition be
fore not weather gets here. Send
your address to
A. IV. FAItXIIAM,
P. O. BOX 875 CITY, OR MAY BE LEFT AT R.
B. BRADDEY & CO.'S, 409 State street, ROBT.
v run x sua unapei street. mis
inner i:ifi;iriiin -iM Sale !
$ 1 2 5,000
DESIRABLE AND SEASONABLE
DRY GO O D S
Great Reduction From Former Prices.
Every Lady in New Haven
to visit our Store during: this sale as we shall offer
MANY WONDERFUL BARGAINS !
PROCTOR, MAEDIBE & CO,
837 Chapel Street.
UNRIPE FRUIT, Impure Water, Unhealthy Cli
mate, Unwholesome Food, Malaria, Epidemic
and Contagious Diseases, Cholera Morbus, Cramps,
Pains, Indigestion, Diarrhoea, Colds, Chills, Simple
Fevers, Exhaustion, Nervousness, or loss of Sleep
that besot the traveller or household at this season,
are nothing to those protected by a timely use of
SANFORD'S GINGER, the Delicious Summer
AS A BEVERAGE, with hot and cold water,
sweetened, or hot or cold milk, or added to
ice water, lemonade, effervescent draughts and min
eral waters, it forms a refreshing and Invigorating
beverage, unequalled in simplicity and purity by
any tonic medicine, while free from alcoholic reac
tion. Avoid mercenary dealsrs, who for a few cents'
extra profit try to force upon you their own or
others when ou call for BANFOKD'aTmyP-
Potter Drag and Chemical Co., Boston.
For Thirty Days.
We have a large line of Suitings,
Overcoatings and Trouserings
which we will makeup at a great
reduction for the next thirty days
to make room for Spring goods.
3f. B. Pants made to order at 6
TO BE SOLD
'or the Next Thirty Days,
EACH AT 95 CENTS.
iOODYEAR RUBBER STORE,
73 Church Street,
Opposite the FostofBce.
F. C. TUTTLE,
NEW YORK BRANCH
NOW PERMAFENTLY LOCATED AT
42 Church Street.
MO KEY LOANED.
Liberal advances made on all kinds of personal
For sale at low prices.
Square Dealing With All.
ml IV TCew Haven Butter Store has asrain rednced
1 to a m-eat extent the Butter to such a price that
everybody must be satisfied with the price and qual
ity. Our trade has increased largely. We ean save
everybody 5 cents on the pound. Stores, hotels and
quantity. Fresh Eggs as low as the lowest in market
at wholesale ana retail.
116 Congress Avenue.
I. S. MILLER, M. D.,
318 Chapel Street, between Or
ange and Church Streets.
Residence, - - Tontine Hotel,
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
OFFICE HOURS 8 to 12 a. m., S to 6 p. m, 7 to 8
0 to 10 a. m., 5 to 6 p. m. m? am
I The best picturesl
published. Size Six
28. Heavy paper.
25 cents for sample
copy, or 50 cents for . . .
I nfintJ .si,SHER DAN
WARREN S. ROBINSOJf. 61 0"er Street, Boston.
Ci. H. Cildney,
T8T Chapel at.
bet. State and
DENTISTRY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
PRICES AS REASONABLE AS FIRST-CLASS
WORK, will r ennui:
" 'without Pain by tne
nee of Ether or a, so t enix.
787 CIIAFJEI. X., MEW HAVEN, CT.
of Our Anriual
and vicinity should not fail
PREPARED with the utmost skill from IMPOR
TED GINGER, CHOICE AROJf ATICS and
the purest and best of MEDICINAL FRENCH
BRANDT, from the world-renowned vintners,
Messrs. OTARD, DUPUT & CO., COGNAC,
SANFORD'S GINGER is vastly superior to all
other " Gingers," all of which are made with com
mon alcohol, largely impregnated with poisonous
fusil oil and strengthened with cayenne pepper.
A 8 A PURE FRUIT STIMULANT, for the
aged, mentally and physically exhausted, care,
worn, or overworked, for delicate females, especially
mothers, for those recovering from debilitating dis
eases, and as a means of reforming those addicted
to an excessive use of alcoholic stimulants, it is
unequalled in the whole range of medicines. Be-war-of
imitations. SANFORD'S is the finest
SC'w A""' hstanding the high
Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Boston.
92 CHURCH STREET.
"Wells & aunde,
Watchmakers and Jewelers.
Sole Agents in New Haven for the
Rockford Quick Train Watches
266 CHAPEL STREET.
REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY DONE.
Serofaloxm Hnmon have
been enred. are belnsc cured doily
by the use of Vegotlne. We can
ehow testimonials or refer you to
the parttett la proof of this.
Dytpepsia and all the nnpleaa-
hii euccia ox indigestion are at once
relieved by the use of Vegetine. -
Salt Rheum and all diseases
of the skin disappear when Vege
tine la faithfully used.
For XAvvr and Kidney
Complaint you will nnd Vege
tine a most valuable remedy.
' Oli bow tired I am " is
So often heard. An Impure con
dition of the blood will always pro
duce urn xeeung ana ib sure k 09
relieved by the age of Vegetine.
Indies who have used Vegetine.
and the number of en oh is large, are
loud in its praise as a remedy for
diseases peculiar to their sex.
IVerwoms Sufferer yon can
use nothing so sure to furnish, you
Bleep ana rest as v egeune.
Vegetine Is sold by all Druggists
KNEE CAPS ANKLETS AND
Silk Abdominal Supporters.
For the relief of Corpulency, enlarged veins and
i j-t-i- ciu. wa enmrnjaced the manurac-
ture of the above, Being only fresh Imported stock.
we are Able to furnish the ntums anu mu "u.
able goods that can benade. A fact that our regu
lar customers do o f ftfl to appreciate.
OUR STOCK OF TRUSSES,
Manufactured especially for our retail trade. In
cludes almost every form of Truss of any value to
market, which with our facilities for making to or
der special appliances and long experience in the
treatment of Hernia, enables us to guarantee relief
and comfort to every one needing support
. personal attention given to the selection and
proper adjustment of all appliances.
E. L. Washburn, M. D.,
DEPOT CARS PASS THE POOflT
ceive f re a costly bor of poods
. 111 bain all ttllhAt BAT tS
thin else in Oie world. Fortunes await the workers
absolutely sure. ,
At once Address TRUE & Cp.
irwy"y Wvtvyf J irl
The Oldest Daily Paper Published
CARKINGTON & CO., PUBLISHERS
SINGLE COPIES TVO CENTS.
Deltverbd bt Cabbtebs xn ths City, 12
cents a Week, 42 cents a Monte, $5.00 a
Year. The Same Terms Bt Matl. .
Monday, July 14, 1S84.
JAMES a. BIiAINE,of Maine.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
JOHN A. LOCAK, of Illinois.
THE WOBKIKGIUN'S FBEENlt
Uovemor uieveiana nas made baste to say
that he is the true mend of the Workingman.
In fact, if all he says is true, even Ben But
ler does not care more for the Workingman
than he does. But the Workingman, who
sometimes has his own ideas of what is done
for and against him, does not value 'Gover
nor uieveiana s services in ms oenali very
highly. Moreover, he brings several unpleas
ant charges against the governor. Among
these charges are the following: He signed
the bill reducing pilotage fees twenty per
cent. ; a bill in the interest of foreign corpo
rations. He approved the law compelling
working engineers to pay a tax of $2 a year
for the enrichment of the pension fund of
liberally compensated body of public ser
vants. He vetoed the five-cent fare bill, a
measure calculated to enable workingmen
and their families to reach the suburbs away
from the tenement districts at all hours. He
signed the civil service bill, a measure calou
lated to encourage only college educated citi
zens to reach the public service, thereby
creating an aristocracy of office holders. He
appointed a man to administer the Bureau of
Labor Statistics of the State of New York
who was an opponent of the reforms which
the labor interests (whose influence had cre
ated the Bureau) had desired and formulated,
He vetoed the bill limiting car-drivers' hours
of labor to twelve hours per .day, thus con
fessing himself ignorant of the grave
national questions underlying the la
bor movement. He vetoed the me
chanics' lien law, a bill designed to give labor
the first lien on a building in course of erec
tion. He failed to advocate in his message to
the legislature urging prompt and practical
legislation to meet the wish of the people ex
pressed at the polls last election against the
system of convict contract labor, which was
declared "shall go" by a vote of 139,900 ma
jority, brought out by the State executive
committee of the labor organization, and the
success of which was largely contributed by
the members of the delegation. He appoint
ed a majority of the members of the railroad
omniisaion of New York, who were hostile
to the interests which created the board, thus
defeating the object for which the commis
sion was established, and making it a tender
to the corporate monopolies of the State.
There may be some unfairness in some of
these charges, but it is evident from them
that Governor Cleveland has not been able to
persuade the Workingman that he has an es
pecially good friend in him. The labor or
ganizations will not give their powerful influ
ence in his favor.
The letters of adf.wSS.'FW '
Logan are expected to-morrow. They will '
doubtless be very interesting. i
And now the story is floating about again j
that Jay Gould is about to collapse financial
ly, but this is a story that a great many will
not believe until they are obliged to.
The Journal and CotnuER this morning
dons "a new dress." It will not show all its
beauties and excellencies for a few days,
until it gets into good working order, but
our readers will, we believe, find it a decided
The agricultural editor of the Hartford
Courant wants to know if anybody has seen
a rosebug this year. There are some in this
vicinity, but they are few in comparison
with the great number which plagued rose
growers last year.
Mr. Blaine, it appears, was once a good in
dependent editor himself, but it was when he
was young. His salutatory in the old Port
land Advertiser on the 29th of July, 1857,
written when he was 27 years old, announced
that he "should hold a conservative course,
"caring less for nominal distinctions of party
names than for the publio good."
The Pall Mall Gazette ingenuously tells of a
warning it has received from an American
Democrat and free trader about the danger to
English interests from ite articles attacking
Mr. Blaine. "Such articles," he said to the
guileless Pall Mall," by leading English pa
pers will have a tendency through the
Irish vote to affect injuriously the Democrat
ic party and incidentally free trade."
An ingenious Australian has devised a
scheme for bringing down rain to order. The
concern is in the form of a balloon, with a
charge of dynamite underneath it. The bal
loon is to be sent into the clouds and the dy
namite is to be fired by a wire connecting
it with the earth. It is the intention of the
inventor, it is stated, to make a trial of the
apparatus on the dry districts of New South
The result of the new experiment in the
production of sugar from sorghum which is
to be made by the department of agriculture
will be awaited with interest. Forty thou
sand dollars was appropriated by Congress
for the erection of what is called a diffusion
machine which is to be constructed at once
at Washington, Del., and sent to Ottawa,
Kans., and thoroughly tested. The machine
has been successfully used in France in the
manufacture of beet sugar and great results
are expected from its operation upon sor
ghum. If successful the machine will turn
out over one hundred tons of sugar per day,
and there is practically no limit to the
amount of sugar that can be produced in the
country since sorghnm can be grown in all
sections of the North.
The San Francisco Call publishes a letter
from the military Grand Secretary of China
to certain wealthy Chinamen of that city,
under the date of May 19, announcing the
intention of China to combat the French and
ordering a tax on Chinese in America for the
imperial treasury. For this object $500,000
were sent to China on July 1, and a like
amount will be forwarded by the next steam-
Another letter from the China Mer
chant's Steam Navigation company asserts
that a secret treaty was made in December,
1883, between Germany and China, whereby
the former will support the latter in a war
with France. In return Germany is to re
ceive a sovereignty over the Island of For
mosa and to construct naval and military
stations at different points for the Chinese
The Treasury department has just issued
warrants which how that contesting seats in
the national house of ' feprnmtativea costs
the taxpayers quite as mitcii-as
it ought to. For the first ses
sion of the present congress these allowances
have been made to members and those seek
ing their places: William E. English, $2,000;
S. E. Peters, $1,000; Van H. Manning, $2,000;
J. H. Wallace, $,2000; Joseph E. Campbell,
$2,000; John Paul, $2,000; V. T. Frederick,
$2,000; G. H. Craig, $1,250? J. E. Maeeey,
$3,500; G. L. Garrison, $2,000; T. G. Skin
ner, $500: J. H. McLean, $1,000; S. N.
Wood, $1,500; S. J. Peelle, $2,000; J. E.
Chalmers, $2,000; F. A. Manzanares, $2,000;
William McKinley, $2,000; H. L. Morey,
$2,000; C. T. O'Farrell, $2,000; James Wil
son, $2,000; C. M. Shelly, $1,000; I. S. Wise.
$3,500; C. C. Poole, $500; E. M. Mayo;
$1,800; J. O. Broadhead, $1,000. Thus the
salaries of members interested and expenses
of contestants amount to $44,550.
In the investigation into the cause of ma
laria in Italy it is found that two-thirds of
the malarial districts are on hillsides and
mountain slopes, but that the absence of one
of the specified conditions prevents the devel
opment of the disease-cause for instance
marsh that is pestilential when half drained
is harmless when flooded; if it were possible
to cover an ague tract with thick sod the
fever would disappear. An illustration of
the inherent character of the poisoning germs
in certain soils is given. A woman had ma
larial intermittent fever which yielded readi
ly to trtatnent, Tfrtrrned-when she-
sumed her usual avocations. Her physician
remarked that her relapses supervened when
ever she left her bed-chamber and resumed
her duties in a well-warmed sittincr-room
nit room was ornamented witn growing
plants. These were removed, and from that
day her cure was complete. It was supposed
that a malarial taint in the soil which nour
ished the plants was developed by the heat
of the sitting-room.
Four hundred and twenty-three suicides
occurred in this country during the spring
months. Considerably more than a third of
the cases occurred in March, for which month
169 cases were reported, against 125 in April
and 129 in May. The males outnumber the fe
males more than three to one, the totals for
the two sexes being 324 and 99. Americans,
of course, outnumber foreigners, though
not so largely as might be supposed, 221 sui
cides being native, while the Germans lead
the list of foreigners with 01, the English
furnishing 19 cases and the remaining 92 be
ing divided between 17 other nationalities.
There were 46 fanners, 33 merchants, 21 day
laborers, 11 clerks, 9 speculators, while sixty
other occupations had one or more represen
tatives. Shooting remains the favorite meth
od of self-murder, being chosen by 165, while
95 persons had recourse to poison, 76 hanged
themselves, 27 cut 'their throats and 18
drowned themselves. Insanity was the most
fruitful cause, being assigned as the motive
in 83 cases, while 51 were ascribed to sick
ness, 54 were due to family troubles, 32
apiece to business troubles ariddissipation,21
to disappointment in love, 13 to chagrin at
parental discipline, and so on. The crime of
suicide was in ten cases connected with that
Some one claims to have discovered that
chloroform will cure cholera. No doubt of
So will arsenic. Boston Post.
"Did you ever keep a boarding house V
asked Jones of Smith. "Well, no; not ex
actly," was the reply, "although I once
boarded a Mississippi steamboat." Washing
Brakeman (rapidly) "Nextstop Broad-
street passengerswillplea8eremain seated until
Deacon (fervently) "A-m-e-n?"
An exchange says: "A lady at Newbury,
C, the other day, found a gold ring in a
old as those served in a boarding house we
know the natural supposition would be that
the potato had been married. Boston Jbost.
A merchant traveler at dinner requested
the waiter to bring him a piece of rare beef,
and when it came it was rare indeed.
Waiter," he remarked, warmngly, as he
looked at the undone dish. "Yes, sah," re-
ponded the darkey. "Take this beef out,
please, and kill it." The waiter crawled into
napkin ring ana disappeared. juercnani
"Wake up!" exclaimed Mrs. Mulberry in
loud whisper, as she punched the slumber
ing Mulberry in the short ribs with her el
bow the other night; "wake up; I'm sure I
hear burglars down in the diningroom."
"Don t disturb tnem tnen, said tne drowsy
Mulberry, turning over on the other side.
Be inst as quiet as you can, ana may De
they will eat some of that fruit cake you
have in the pantry." Tonkers Gazette.
A Modern Fable: The Fate of the Fly.
A Fly who thought he had Discovered a Soft
Snap found his feet stuck fast to a sheet of
paper, and as he Struggled in Vain to Recov
er his Freedom he cried out: "If I could be
set back five minutes, you would not find me
here!" "It is not what we have done, but
what we are going to do that needs the most
consideration," answered tne servant as sne
drew a long sigh and broke three more plates.
Moral: We seldom nave to jang a man twice
for the same offense. Detroit Free Press.
"Hello, old man," said a gentleman on
Whitehall street, stopping a negro in front of
a shoe store; "what've you got in that bun
dle?" "Pa'r shoes, sar, dat I jistgot in de
stoah, dar." "Did the proprietor know you
got them ?". "G'lon' 'way fum hyar, boss;
wnatcner m an Dy castin- seen inarKs at a
po' niggah ! In co'se the gemman knowed
hit." "Well, I don't think he did," answered
the white man; "and as I am the owner of
that store, I reckon I'd better hand yon over
to the police." The negro grew pale, and
huskily said, "Is yer, for a fae', boss'" "I
am; and now tell me what I am to under
stand by such actions." "Nuflin', sar, 'cept
I bin' a a-waitin' f er yer, an' bein' as yer was
so long a-comin', I 'eluded ter go out and
look yer up. What's dey wuth?" Atlanta
Tne Republican Party Why Desert It?
To the Editor of the Journal and Cockier:
The Republican party began its existence,
as all who know anything of its history
know, as a party of Reform: its aim was first
to limit, and thus to destroy the Slave Pow
er. It was abundantly demonstrated that
to restrict slavery was the sure mode, with
in constitutional methods, ultimately to ren
der it powerless; for Slavery was nothing if
not aggressive. From the earliest history
of the countrv this power had been growing
in malignancy as well as efficiency. It had
destroyed one great party, and obtained com
plete ascendency over another; it - had sub
jugated the general government, and in
voked successfully the highest judicature re
sort of the nation; it had spread the corrupt
ing influences of its slimy trail over large
portions of our religious bodies, and it was
evident that if a stand was ever to be made
against its encroachments c-n the cause of
Liberty the time had come when that stand
mnst be taken. To meet that emergency, and
in response to the call of patriotism, the Re
publican party sprang into existence. It came
as a protest against the demoralizing force of
slavery, against the grotesque inconsistency
of a Nation proclaiming the Declaration of
Independence as its fundamental charter on
the one hand and upholding human servitude
of the most atrocious form on the other.
And when the election ot uncoin snoweu
that the moral sentiment of the North was
fniw .mnaol the slave power, stumr by de
feat into open resistance, began the War of
the Rebellion; and when chastised by con
tinued defeat in the arDirrameni or arms uiw
a sullen surrender, some were ready to say
that the repubHe had no further use for the
party which had saved it from destruction.
But, though that party has made mistakes,
committed grave faults, been sometimes in
consistent to its own principles, its work
cannot yet be said to be done; nor will it be
finished until in every State of this broad
Union now, thank God! a Nation every
man, woman and ehild can rely upon the
entire political, religious and judicial
force of that State to protect him or her in
the free expression of opinion, nor until every
man shall have freedom to vote as he will,
and be sure that r vote shall have its due
weight in the result of the election. When
that dav shall dawn upon the country then it
I may be said that the work of the Republican
party has been done, ana it may repose on
The ally of the slave power before the war.
which it waged for the destruction of this
nation, was the Democratic party. During
the war it was the firm friend and, so far as
it dared, the undisguised helper of this dead
ly foe to all liberty, since the war it has,
by means of Democratic sympathy and aid,
sought again to dictate as of old to Congress
"anuntu policy, ana in tne States to sup-
uuot a uenpoHsm as aosoiute as that
of Bomba's every dissentient voice or vote. Do
you reply that slavery has been abolished
urevocaoiyj we nop so, but so long as ite
spirit lives, and "fires the southern heart"
the snake can only be said to be scotched and
so long as a "solid South" can
be counted on by t lie Democratic party to
aid it m its aspiration for place and patron-
una , 1 . 1
"S" "t uaiever or satisfaction it
may ueniana, eitner or indemnity for losses
or protection for any outrage it may choose
J minimi aguuist justice and liberty,
lung h, must De ioued by a successful and
viguam; party; so long it will be dangerous
uwuwu ui ueusu me itepublican party.
' many omer and good reasons
wny tnose who claim to be Republican In
dependents should not. now. at. nil
Biana in an .attitude of indifference or hos
tility to the party which has been, in the
mam, true to tne cause which called it into
existence, and which needs its tnJ
j. way state at anotnertime.
A Vigorous Coraslalnt.
To the Editor of the Jonas al and Courier :
In these days whentbe voice of the dema
gogue mingles with that of the honest reform
er in demanding the curtailment of powers
and privileges enjoyed by corporations who
secured their charters by representing their
enterprises to be for the welfare of the public
in general, it may perhaps interest some nf
your wide circle of readers, if vou will allow
space to one or many who wish to ventilate a
4uoaiiun wmcn interests tnousands of citi
zens who wish to visit West Haven shore.
fu.xuuuiiy onviii xtocK, wmcn or course
still remains the chief feature of this seaside
resort, notwithstanding the inconvenience
which travelers are subjected to who wish to
reach there on the street railroad cars marked
west Haven Shore and Savin Rock." It
i very far from the infonfinn f
tne writer ot this lofter in
in an acrimonious spirit au-ainRt the 1
integrity of the gentlemen who compoise the
company which controls' the only public
means of passenger transportation from New
Haven to Savin Rock, but let us ask them in
dividually and collectively what they would
think of a corporation that would receive
money from individuals as navment for carrv-
mg out an agreement mutually agreed on but
of such a nature that the party of the first
part, I mean the " West Haven and Savin
Rock " horse car company, knew when accept
ing said money that they were taking money
under false pretenses or promising to do
something which thev had no idea of dnino-
If one stands at the present terminus of the
fraudulently advertised "West Haven and
Savin Rock " cars, which is now a long distance
from Savin Rock, one is certain in
hear conversation similar to the following:
'Well! What kind of a swindle is thiai T
bought a ticket to Savin Rock and here I am
left in the middle of the shore;" while fami
lies intending to spend a quiet day at the
Rock or on the points bevond can be henrH i
muttering that they will not come to West
tin ,.l - X 1, - I, -, -,
oai ouuio ugaiu iu uh swmcuea Dy a car
company which fails to do as is rromisd on
their cars and on their tickets. Is it any
wonder that communistic principles should
find fruit and fructify when the spectacle is
seen of a starving man being sent to prison
for stealing a loaf of bread while a
rich and seemingly powerful corporation dail v
defrauds a confiding public by taking
money from them to perform a contract
which they well know they do not intend to
carry out? Another phase of the question
is the loss suffered bv those who nav heavilv
for resorts which they expect to be patronized
by persons brought thither by said horse car
company. It is said that "corporations have
no souls," and it certainly appears that the
one in question has no conscience, or else
it would not wilfully defraud a public who
are entirely at its mercy as far as publio
transportation to Savin Rock is concerned.
A Fresh Idea.
idea, who asked if he could be of any service
to the platformer. The period replied that
he had spent many months in polishing him
self up and had arrived at a state of rotundi
ty which was satisfactory to the faculty, and
he had no doubt but that he should dazzle
the audience with his brilliancy. He didn't
see thatthe fresh idea could be of any use to
him. It was customary to rely upon the old
standard ideas. One could never go astray
upon such topics as "Chivalry," "the Refor
mation," "the French Revolution," etc, and
it is a good deal of work to manage the fresh
idea when you have secured its services. The
rounded period then went upon the platform,
rolled itself about through various proper
and picturesque evolutions, and then rolled
off amid the complimentary applause of the
people who liked his good looks,but couidn't
remember another thing about him. The
fresh idea meanwhile departed with a sigh,
saying to himself: "Though the y have fresh
men here, this is no place for me I am quite
too fresh to go to college."
From the San Francisco Chronicle.
The Indians scattered along the foot hills
of the Sierra are a quiet, inoffensive people.
They do not appear to be governed by' any
tribal laws, yet adhere to many of their old
traditions. One or two men of superior abil
ity and industry from a nucleus around which
others less ambitious gather. Here they
fence with brush and logs a track sufficient
for their requirements of haymaking, pastur
age, etc. Although they often indulge in the
food of civilized nations, the acorn is still a
favorite article of diet in every well-regulated
wigwam. The process of converting this bit
ter nut into bread is curious. Under the
branches of a grand old pine I found them
at work. They had shucked and ground in
the usual manner a large mass of the acorn
meats. A number of circular vats had been
hollowed out of the black soil, much in the
shape of a punch bowl. Into these was put
the acorn pulp. At hand stood several large
clothes baskets filled with water, and into
these they dropped hot stones, thus heating
the water to the required temperature. Upon
the mass of crushed bitterness they carefully
ladled the hot water, making it the color and
consistency of cream. Not a speck appeared
to mix. A buxom muhala stood at each vat,
and with a small fir bough stirred the mass,
skillfully removing any speck that floated up
on the surface. The soil gradually absorbed
the bitter waters, leaving a firm, white sub
stance, of which they made bread.
I asked to taste it,at which they said some
thing in their language, and all laughed. I
asked again, and after more laughter I was
handed a small particle on a fig leaf, and
found it sweet and palatable. They began to
remove it, and so adroitly was it done that
but a small portion adhered to the soil.
Thev spread it upon the rocKs, ana in a snort
time it was fit for use. This, I am toid,they
mix with water, put it into thin
bake before the fire.
The Ill-Natnred nan.
From the London Standard.!
It is the ill-natured man who will not put
his name to a bill which, as every one knows
except, perhaps, the backer in the bitter
end is merely a matter of form, and the
sort of thing any one good-natured fellow
would do for another. It is the ill-natured
man who will not drink more than he want
or is good for him to gratify the humors of
those jovial friends of his who are so gener
ously, nay pressingly, ready and willing to
pay for his liquor, with the tacit condition,
of course, that he shall pay for their liquor
in his turn. It is the ul-naturea man wuu
will not be lecfby the nose, as tenderly as
asses are, to balls when he cannot dance; to
dinners when he is not hungry; to races when
he would be stwck by no sense of unfitness
of things if he met the 'winner of the Derby
in a costermonger's cart; to flower-shows
when he confounds a cowslip witn a prim
rose; to oratorios when, if he can distinguish
God' save the Queen from Rule Britannia,
that is the extreme extent ot nis musical ca
pabilitie3.lt is the ill-natured man who speaks
roundly of a howling infant in a hot omnibus
as an intolerable nuisance, and is not to be
turned from that opinion by the considera
tion that he himself was a baby once, an in
disputable fact, of which he will certainly be
reminded by some female of sy mpathetic sen
sibilities but illogical understanding. It is
the ill-natured man who writes to the papers
in indignation when sixteen people are cram
med into a railway carriage bearing a legend
that it is constructed to carry ten only, it
is the ill-natured man who declaims against
the clumsy arrangement of ropes,
rels, and a cart-wheel, by which ie pedes
trian shunted into a muddy gutter, incurs
imminent risk of maim from some passing
vehicle, when a little judicious economy of
toe and means would render the aforesaid
arrangement wholly unnecessary.
Tremendous Reductions !
During- the remainder of
tlie season we will eloseX'
out our stock or
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas
These goods must be sold,
and the prices we have
marked them vill clear
them out in a short while.
So Come Early.
A full line in all grades
and sizes in Misses', Boys',
iLadies' and Gents'
WILCOX & CO.,
761 U&JNTX 767
a- j ruMIW is.
Bwanne It acts on the MVEIt, BOWELS and
KIDNEYS at the imn time.
Became it oleaaaes the system of the poison
ous humors tost develope in Kidney and Uri
nary Diseases, Siliousness, Jaundice, Constipa
tion, Piles, or la Baeumatism, Neuralgia, Ner.
vous Disorders and all Female Complaints.
ttSOLJD PROOF Or THIS.
IT WHi BUBBLY CUBE
By oauslnE F&EB ACTION of aU the organs
and functions, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring the normal power to throw off disease.
TH0U8ANOS OF CA8E8
of the worst forms of those terrible diseases
nave been quickly relieved, and in a short time
PRICK, f J. LiquiD OB DRY, SOLl BY DRUGGISTS.
Dry can be sent by mail.
WELLS, HICHAHDSON- & Co., Burlington,
oeuu a tamp ior uixry Almanac far 18S4.
R. 4 U U
Smokers of BlackwelTs Ganuina
Bull Durham Smoking- Tobacco will
receive Premiums as follows on
terms and condition! here specified:
Ifit PREMIUM, fiSOOQ
2 2 other Premiums; as here shown.
The 35 premiums will be awarded
December 33, 1884. 1st Premium
goes to the person from whom we re
ceive the larpsst numberof our empty
tobacco basrs prior to Dm. 15. 2d will
be ffiren for the next largest number
and thns, in the order of the number
of empty bags received from each,
to the twenty-five successful con
testants. Each bag must bear onr
original Bull Durham label, U. 8.
Revenue stamp, and Caution Notice.
Bagre must be done up seen rely in m
package, with name and address of
sender, and number of baf?s contain
ed, plainly marked on the outside,
and mnst be sent, charges prepaid, to
Blarkwell's Dnrhain Tobacco
Co., Durham, N. O. Every frenoine
package has picture of Bull.
See our next announcement.
KEELER V CO., Eastern Agents.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
3 TO 91 WASHINGTON STREET, CORNER ELM,
A single dose of SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE in
stantly relieves the most violent sneezing or Head
Cold, clears the Head as by Maic, stops watery
discharges from the Nose and Eyes, prevents Ring
ing Noises in the Head, cures Nervous Headache,
and sulKlues Chills and Fever. In Chronic Ca
tarrh it cleanses the nasal passages of foul mucus,
restores the sense of smell, taste and hearing when
affected, frees the head, throat and bronchial tubes
of offensive matter, sweetens and purifies the
breath, stops the Cough and arrests the progress of
Catarrh towards Consumption.
One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal Sol
vent, and Sanford's Inhaler, all in one package, form
ing a complete tbreatment. of all druggists for $1 .
Aslc for SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
POTTER DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO.. BOSTON.
fif. For the relief and prevention the
COt-t-lfVo INSTANT IT IS APPLIED.of rheu
V VOLTAIC matism.NeuraIgia,Sciatica, Coughs
Nj . Colds, Weak Back. Stomach and
V"0 'nBowels. Shooting pains, numbness,
s tr....,OT;n VoniAl. P.tin.Plnifation
Dvsnensia. Liver Complaint, Bil-
Vl JfejKyCio'us Fever, Malaria and Kpidem-SSS--
ics. use COLLINS' PLASTERS, an
A . iVTH.rELECTRIC BATTERY combined
ALT!?Vith a POROUS PLASTER, and
Cl tc05 laugh at pain. 25c everywhere.
WHAT THERE IS
IN A BOTTLE.
Sufficient to stop in five min
utes the smarting, sting pain of
100 burns or scalds. It will
stop the pain as soon as ap
plied. Abundance to cure a score of
colds ami the coughing that
often leads the way to Con
sumption. IT lVliji. j-joi-TIVELY
ease a Cough in fif
More than enough to save a
dozen children Choking with
CROUP. One minute after the
first dose the hardest attack
of GROUP will be relieved.
Plenty to relieve the oppres
sion and wheezing of the most
severe case of Asthma. The
direct cures of Asthma by this
medicine is proof that Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil has no
equal as an Asthma cure.
In the above cases Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil can
be relied upon. It has given relief to thousands.
Keep it in your house. There is hardly a -ween or
the vear it will not be useiui. n nun,,.-
EEISBIE & HAET,
350 -and 352 State Street.
Our Savin Kock Branch
IS NOW OPEN.
We shall have constantly on hand ot the West
Haven Shore during the Summer a flrst-class stock
Meat, Vegetables, Cirocerlcs,
Residents at the Shore will find it to their advant
age to visit our market, thereby obtaining their
supplies fresh from the refrigerator. We take or
ders from the cottages daily through our driver or
by telephone direct. .-
Nortk of Sea View House.
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