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2c. per Copy. THEE LARGEST DAIX.Y NEWSPAPER US THE CITY. THE CARBIJVGTOX PEBLISHIXG CO. OFFICE, 400 STATE STREET. VOL. LH. NEW HAVEX, CONK., THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1884. ISO. 189. Notice from J. N Adam & Co. We do not intend to allow any dealer in New Haven to retail Parasols or Fans or Lace Goods or S UM' mer Dress Gods at lower prices than ours during the next three weeks ; 4ut rather we shall try lo have our fig ures less than those ot 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 New 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 ourselves 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. tfceV 'reductions thenbeguniute are at tt 1 every ' day Making fresh reductihnFkefc ever necessary f attdpbr haps often when not really necessary. We dont often advertise 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 Furnishing Goods. MY ANlLlEXCimON TWICE A WEEK TO SAVIN ROOK FOR THE COLLECTION OF LAUNDRY WORK Will Commence After Julyl WAIT FOR THE WAGON. 1 1' you are going out of town FOR THE SUMMER. MAKE ARRANGEMENTS AT MY OFFICE ' To liave your Collars and Cull Sent by Mail, Thus Saving You Trouble. TH01AS EORSYTH, 641 and 878 Chapel Street, Sew Numbers. Works near Neck Bridge. jy9 rrVDNTQRSl JOHN E. EARLE, No. 35 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn. Gives his personal attention to procuring Patents for Inventors. IN THE UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. A oractice of more than fourteen years, and fre quent visits to the Patent Office has given him a familiarity with every department of, and mode or proceeding at. the Patent Office, which, together with the fact that he now visits Washington semi monthly to give his personal attention to the inter ests 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 Patent and particularly to those whose applications have been rejected an examination of which lie will make free of charge. Preliminary examination, prior to application for catent made at Patent Office, at a small charge. Tlia facilities for procuring Patents in Foreign Countries are unequaled. Refers to more than one thousand clients for whom he has procured Letters Patent. . : . jy!8dfew XV. B. TREWlTEL-IiA, MANUFACTURER OF MATTRESSES. Hair Cotton, Husk Excelsior; also Feather Beds, Pillows. Bolsters, etc. Renovating Mattresses a ftneciaity Will call and deliver at residence In city. prices the Lowest. 81 EAST WATER STREET. aiTqom New Haven, Conn. OTfnrd Chalybeate Water. rwim for Oxford Sorter Watef may be left at 2arie'Hall, 801 Chapel street. It will be rrfSnSSousin diseaseTofthe skin, kidneys and Svdand S in cases of general debility. "ELECTRICITY IS LIFE. nuldreaSTwh must take Vfl years' experience has JESS"?, iu"ledwTatrrroTN?ural- gilor-Rheumatasm, Throat erl ml Debility, Headache, Kidney Disease, try ELECTRICITY. ru .h , tw. rtammtegs. His method differs from all others Hi. success is YjSan consult Ladies treated suoeully. Iies Consu ik .k- iwiw1. wife afternoon. . uawiinwon free. DR. J. W. CUMMIN8S, Mo 4 Chnrch Street. oc!, WOOD'S BLOCK. LINCOLN SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY AND STORAGE WAREHOUSE, 33 To 3 EAST 42d STREET, (Opposite Grand Central Depot,) New York. A BUILDING FIREPROOF THROUGHOUT Now ready for the transaction of business. Boxes rented at from $10 to $300 per year. Silver, Trunks and packages stored under guarantee. Private entrance, Reception and Toilet Rooms for Ladies. Vault, Coupon, Reception and Toilet Rooms on the ground floor and directly accessible to the street. Kooms or space in me FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE for Furniture, Works of Art and Merchandise rented by the month or year. Trunk stoarge SpeClaiNSIECTION INVITED. THOS. L- JAMES, A. VAN SANTVOORD, President. Vice President. J. H- B. EDGAR, J. R. VAN WORMER, Secretary, Superintendent. NEW ENEAN HEAT LIGHT AND POWER CO, EXECUTIVE OFFICE, 178 DEVONSHIRE ST. BOSTON, MASS. OFFICERS: FRED. H. HENSHAW, President. H. C. GOODSPEED, Treasurer. WILBUR F. LUNT, Clerk. DIRECTORS: a : t i. nTwi vif.o PrMiHpnt TTartfora and Conn. Valley Railroad, Hartford, Conn. Hon. A. C. WOODWORTH, President Ames Manufacturing- Co., Chicopee, Mass. AUGUSTUS W. LOCKE, Esq., Manager State Road and Hoosac Tunnel, North Adams, Mass. Cushinsr. Importers, 42 Chauncey, Street, Boston. r KAiNR-ljlit HCir.1, rj., x j National Bank, Bath. Me. INCREASE ROBINSON, Esq., President Robin son Iron Works, Plymouth, Mass. flfADiiifw kvttw Tr.sn . President O. W. Smith Iron Works. Boston, Mass. H. C. GOODSPU-fc-U, Hq., I'O ievonsmi-e ewwi, Boston. , . General M. N. WISEWELL, 178 Devonshire Street, Boston. ATTORNEY: D. W. GOOCH, 38 School Street, Boston. BANKERS AND TRUSTEES: AMERICAN LOAN AND TRUST CO., 55 Congress Street, Boston. -. i . i r . i : . Co r.vi AiVl xne capuai oiwk ul mc wiupouj -v- vided into 40,000 shares, of the par value of $50 per share, is full paid and unassessible. A limited num ber of shares will be offered to the public at $15 a share, subject to increase. . The company owns by purchase the entire rights rortne rew ,ngianu Dtatee ui uicjiioLij vimcu 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. and it is beyond question the cheapest and purest gas for lighting e nave no iiesiuiiiuu m i cv-viliiiicujij5 w terpnse as one 01 great merit ami mijtoi lu.uw, ona to none other that has been brought to the at- i I i iC. A T nnn and Tnict Pnmriflnv lSSUt?U Uy LUC lll"t " Ull xjvt auu i i uvu.jm j , Bankers and Trustees of the Company. Descriptive pamphlets and all information con- ; II. : I ,n..)rtv, K. nKtalnAH at. trio CerillUK tliia .ivav iiirrmiuii tu kto .v Executive Office, ITS Devonshire Street. Horses and Carriages For Sale and To Let. Carriage Making in all its branches. Repairing and painting a specialty. Anyone wishing to buy or sell an outfit will And it to their advantage to give us a call. CIXLOM & CO. jeSn'tf 108 FRANKLIN STREET. Hose. Hose. COTTOrtlNEN "fi-RUBBER, "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 Street: je35 UDEJlwlOXT-A-X ! F. A. & D. R. ALLING COAL. DEALERS, Have removed their office temporarily to GALLAGHER-S CIGAR STORE. 750 CHAPEL STREET. m8 Opposite their Old Stand. Flows from the Maximum Mineral Fountain of Sara toga Spring3, 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 scrofulous affections. With ladies, gentlemen and bon vivants everywhere it has become the standard of dietary expedients, fortifying the diges tive functions and enabling free livers to indulge with impunity at the table. The world of wealth, intelligence and refinement testifies to its sparkling, naturally pure and delightful qualities as the bev erage incomparable, and accredit it with being the surest ana speaiest source oi tut-u wwu whiica ions, high and exuberant spirits. HATHORN SPRING WATER is sold only in glass 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. myg AlDEEW G-OOMAf , OL.O XO. 88 CROWN ST., NEW NOS. 160, 162 CROWN EGGS t EGGS 1 ! EGGS ! I ! 2Sc per. doz, S doz. $1 3 lb cans Tomates 7c, 4 for So. Winslow Jones' Succotash, 13e can, 2 for 25c Columbia River Salmon 15c per can. Quart bottles new Maple Syrup, pure, a5c. 13 lbs Granulated Sugar, standard, $1. 15 lbs X C Sugar, standard, 81 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 36c per doz. Fine Butter 25c per lb, 4 1-2 lbs $1. New Orleans Molasses 60c per gallon. 2 lb can Cherries 10c, 8 for 25c. Good many more bargains. Call and see us. Goods dalivered to any part of the city. FINE WINES, SHERRIES AND BRANDIES. ANDREW GOODMAN, New Noa. 160 and 163 Crown St. GOODMAN'S BUILDING, FOUR DOORS FROM all CHURCH STREET. Whatsoever a man Sowetb that - also shall lie Reap. Selfishness, Dishonesty and Low Grade of Groceries and Bleats Cannot he' found at jr. A. WRIGHT'S, 74S State Street, Werwln'a Block. Artesian Wells And water supply for manufacturing and domestic purposes. I am prepared to contract for these wells, to any depth in any formation of earth or rock. Je3lm C" ART.F.SL. GRANT, Rockville, Ct. Clairvoyant. The celebrated Business, Test and Healing Medi um, MRS. J. J. CLARK, 228 Crown St., old No. 136, is winning golden opinions daily by her marvelous powers. Mrs. Clark may be consulted on all matters pertaining to business, social life, marriage, dis ease, etc., etc. Under her treatment many invalids in this city have been restored to health. She com pounds vegetable remedies from roots, herbs and barks, which have surprising effect on acute and chroruo complaints. Hours, 10 ib to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., and evenings. MRS. M. E. COWL.ES, M. I., CHRONIO DISEASES A SPECIALTY. 93 Olive Street. Offleo hours K to 12 and 11 to 4. ml5 3m THE EDDY REFRIGERATOR FOR FAMILY USE. The place to find the best Refrigerator is to know where the Sddy is sold. That is just perfect in every respect. Sold by . Silas AiiPisr, 'm5 360 State Street. C A R G I L II j S BUSINESS Ci jLEGE, 847 Chapel Street. Entries may be made for the Summer months at reduced rates. Special facilities for ladies. Apply for circular. jo20 Jfliss Fannie C. Howe. CULTIVATION OF THE (Italian method) and PIANO INSTRUCTION. Charles X. Howe, FLUTE AND PIANO INSTRUCTION, 102 CROWN STREET, NEAR TEMPLE STREET. selStf F. A. FOWLER, TEACHER OF PIANO, ORGAN and HARMONY. AUSTIN BUILDING, 337 CHAPEL STREET, Rooms 8 and 0. A correct touch a specialty. au30tf WLTOOW SCREENS BED CANOPIES. PLATT & THOMPSON, 64 and 66 Orange Street AND 5 CENTER STREET, jyio R. G. RUSSELL, ARCHITECT, No. 853 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn. FBISBIE & HART, 350 and 352 State Street. Our Savin Rock Branch IS NOW OPEN. We shall have constantly on hand at the West Haven Shore during the Summer a first-class stock of Meats, Vegetables, Groceries, Fruits, Butter, Eggs, Etc. 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. VIB'W" STUEET, North of Sea View House. jyio Elastic Hose. DKNEE CAPS, ANKLETS AN ARM PIECES. Silk Abdominal Supporters. For the relief of corpulency, enlarged veins and weak joints. Since we commenced the manufac ture of the above, using: only fresh imported stock, we are able to furnish the best fitting and most dur able goods that can be made. A fact that our regu lar customers do not rail to appreciate. OUR STOCK OF TRUSSES Manufactured especially for our retail trade, in cludes almost every form of Truss of any value in 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., AND OX OE33NrTJE3H. ST., BENEDICT BUILDING. . "POT CARS PASS THE DOOR. jylO REMOVAL.. THE NEW 0RK BRANCH LOAN OFFICE NOW PERMAFENTLY LOCATED AT 42 Church Street. MO KEY LOANED. Liberal advances made on all kinds Of personal property. Unredeemed Pledges For sale at low prices. ' Square Dealing With All. SOLOMON FRY. jyio Another Reduction. THE New Haven Butter Store has again rednced to a great 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 restaurants can be supplied by the tub or greater quantity. Fresh Eggs as low as the lowest in market at wholesale and retail. 116 Congress Avenue. - A. FEHLBERG. AT DAWSON'S, 844 STATE ST., Tou can always find choice - Teas, Coffees and Pure Spices. COFFEES ROASTED DAILY. YALi: BANK BUILDING. if I. S. MILLER, M. D 31S Chapel Street, between Or ange and Chnrch Streets. Residence, - - Tontine Hotel, NEW HAVEN, CONN. OFFICE HOURS 8 to 12 a. m., 3 to 6 p. m, 7 to 8 S.m. UNDAY 9 to 10 a. m., 5 to 6 p. m. m7 3m C H. Gldney, Dentist TS7 Chapel at. bet. State and Orange St. DENTISTRY IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS FIRST-CLASS WORK WILL PERMIT. Xfeth Extracted, 35 Cents. " " Without Pain by the nae of Ether or Gas, SO Cents. 187 CHAPEL ST., NEW HAVEN, CT. jeae GliAX'S SFIZTXVIC MEDICINE. r!?ABE MARK Tn Cm EmnWrttADB MARK ftKsnitrT. ad nci ailing tur lot Seautnftl Wcak BCfla. fi'ies nsUorrtttea. im- V potaccy, and ail Detm thai fnl Ira aa Jh imiimim of Self-Abow ; a lorn of ttaintlM Back. Dirnaen of V laton, Prima- V i2?T Imaar N. tor Old Age. and many PFnfct TAI IRQ ttranJ Biwiu of ad vcrtlitmfb to rofimd hoby, when drnist trot 1U Ot aWl VMTlsauwi w "uiu uivnwj, wnm ornpTsW Hot the medlcln U bought ro cr xxrvix, irot rr you to ti. ffinpgfaj-mrsTa, ma HW rajsiinmui wmmm bubs uicj rw wlpdb, arrjut, contpliod wf th. See their written grxiaranlee. A trial of am afp rlaka of Gray Spctfi will cooviaoa tbo aaort akptteai of J "onaoeooxt ofcosnterfefta, w haro s4optd tbo Tallow Wrsppar ; -V "t1npaxtilar ,B otirpantpalrt, wbtcli wo daafi to tand tW k mallto eraryona. SP" The Specific Medkioo U aold brail drup-iai at (1 per pAa,W-itxwxkagetfcr $6, Of w:iriuitr0 by Buill y k k rarTlpt of the money, by addrsD The Gray Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y 6OI1D BY RICHARDSON CO., V1T covx. TIG People s Dry Second Week M ifl-Summer Clearintt-Dnt Sale PREPARATORY $1 25,0 0 0 DESIRABLE AND SEASONABLE D R X GOODS ATA 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 837 Chapel Street Wis & Gunde, Watchmakers and Jewelers. Sole Agents in New Haven for the Rockford Quick Train Watches 266 CHAtEL STREET. REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY DONE. jyio Large Invoice OF T.ADIES' (tOSSAHER cloaks TO BE SOLD For the Next Thirty Days, EACH AT 95 CENTS. , AT THE , GOODYEAR RUBBER STORE, 73 Church Street, CORNER CENTER, Opposite the PostofHce. F. C. TUTTLE, Proprietor. jyio ROCKAWAY OYSTERS, SCOLLOPS, ' Soft and Hard Shell Crabs. Sea Bass, Salmon, Blue fish. Lake White. Halibut. Swordfish. Perch. Mack- I erel, Eels, Ix)bsters, etc., etc.. at ! ciiarle ni;ci s, ! OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE. j LIEBIG COMPANY'S A1TNTTAT, SAT.T! n OrtO OOO JAM. . . , , , . ' .', , . . ,. Iuebig" and his photograph having been An Invaluable tonio in an oases lof weak digetUon and osMttr. utely largely used by dealers having no a ""1 50,mJ?r;ii?.Ni!fiJ" t80014 f"4"1- oonneotion with Baron laebis, the puolio See Jfrf Pr, Lannt, British Medital 7orsl. :. are hereby informed that the Liebig Oom- To be had of all Storekeepers, Groeers, and Chemists. a Vva onl- manufacturers who are Solo Agents lor the Unit State. (whoUaale only) O.David 4 Oo Jtouer thTactewiron IAAZ t, Fenchuroh Avenue, London, England. guarantee of genuineness. COAL $1.50 PER T01V. A LARGE sized pea Coal, suitable for self -feeding stoves, and will give the same heat and last longer than the regular nut size. All persons about to lay in their winter supply of Coal will save money by calling on me. I do not belong to any Combination ana always undersell the local dealers. My COAL is received direct from the Lehigh Valley mines and is well screened and free from slate. I , five every customer their full weight and those who uy from me once always come again. All sizes Lehigh Coal, Egg, Stove and Nut, delivered to all parts of the city at reduced price. Coll and see me. GEO. W,:H. HUGHES, Independent Coal Dealer, 84 Cliuroli Street. S. S. ADAMS; 745 GS-raxxcl Street. Will sell Pillsbury's best Flour for $7.00 per barrel delivered to any part of the city. The very best Butter 86o pound 4 pounds i. This is no Oleomargarine. Goshen Creamery in 1 pound rolls 340. - Five gallons 150 Oil 65 cents. Nice Lemons 25c a dozen. 15 lbs Granulated Sugar $1. 16 lbs Best X C Sugar $1. Old Government Java Coffee 28c pound. Best Tea in the city for 50 cents. S. S. ADAMS, 745 GRAND STREET, OLD NO. 181 jy!5tf GRATEFUL COMFORTING. EPFS' COCOA. BREAKFAST. 'By a thorough knowledge of the natta-al -laws which govern the operations of digestion and num. ti.vx. .nrf hva.-rAreful aoolication of tee fine nroi ties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored bev erage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. It is bv the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be grradually built up until strong 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 pure 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, au7tues&wediy - London, England. TRUNKS. TRUNKS. TRUNKS, BAGS! BAGS! BAGS! A complete Btcb of Tourists' Articles. The only exclusive trunk tore In the city. Trunks, Bags and Sample Cases made to order. Repairing a specialty. Old trunks taken in exchange. Good Goodi at Low prices at CROFUT & CO.'S, QIO Ol3LCixel Street BELOW THE BRIDGE. GEORGE W. BUTTON, ARCHITECT. Fruit, Foreign and Domestic, WHOLESALE and RETAIL. m3tf 1,075 Chapel street. Goods Sore of Our Annual TO INTEBTORT. . WORTH OF and vicinity should not fail MACOIHE & CO., action. .It la a safe. and speedy on ad -aaa. ,dreda hare oared It when jfriendil b td Lvn themnp die. IT "IS BOTH A "SAFE CURE" t and a " SPECIFIC." It CTTKES all Diseases of the KLlneyn,' ..ver Bladder and Urinary OrKana; Dropsy, GruTal, Diabeua, BriKhta lisease, Nervous Diseases, Exces. ,ses, Female Weaknesses, Jaandice, BOioasness, Bead, ache, Sear Stomaea, Dyspepsia, Canstipatian, Piles, Fains in the Boca, Loins, or Side, Retention or Nia.Releititi of Urine. 1.2 AT DKC6GISTS. 3-TAKE NO OTHER. -K uS01"? ?n;nrtratd Pamphlet of SoUd Tes nmonlalw of Absolute Cure. HUNT'S WaiKDT CO., 0 PrsnrMeaee, R. I. ' EXTRACT OF MEAT FINEST AND CHEAPEST MEAT FLAVOURIHG STOCK FOR SOUPS, MADE DISHES & SAUCES. CAUTION. Genuine ONLY with fao-siimle of Baron i.ieoip s signature m Bine Ink scroM label. The Btle"fiaroi A single dose of S ANFORD'S RADICAL CURE in stantly relieves the most violent sneezing or Head Cold, clears the Head as by Magic, stops watery discharges from the Nose and Eyes, srevents Ring ing Noises in the Head, cures Nervous Headache, and subdues Chills and Fever. In Chronic Ca tarrh it cleanses the nasal passages of foul mucus, restores the sense of smell, taste and healing when affected, frees the head, throat and bronchial tubes of offensive matter, sweetens and purines the breath, stops the Cough and arrests the progress of Catarrh towards Consumption. One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal Sol vent and Sanfortl's Inhaler, all in one package, form ing a complete threatment, of all druggists for SI. Ask for SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE. . POTTER DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO., BOSTON. AA1 I I MO. For the relief and prevention the QUUl-IIV INSTANT IT IS APPLIED.of rheu x VOLTAIC matism,Neuralgia,Sciatica, Coughs i..i .:.ZC Colds. Weak Back. Stomach and y vy Bowels, bbootmg pains, numbness, Hysteria, Female Pains, Palpitation " I ( v TUI Wl Jl I iri'r I .m.ilo iti TI, "Dyspepsia, Liver Mous Fever. Malar Complaint Bil- a ana r.piat PLASTERS, TyXi0 xics, use i u.i .1 . rj.AS 1 Mlrt, an Vci t VtricELECTRIC BATTERY combined JL i 7 N I e with a POROUS PLASTER, and PL A jT,H.5 laugh at pain 25c every "here. silor athaw ics, use COLLINS . SorofWsnu Rsnnars have been conwl, ave bdns cored dally by the use at Tegeflne. We can - show testlnxinlala or refer you to the parUes In proof of this. Dyspepsia and autbetmpleas : ant eflects of indigestion are at once ; relieved by the use of Vegetine. -Halt llneum and all diseases of the Kldn disappear when Vege tine is faltofnuy used. . Jfr Xil-rer and Hiiiney Complaint you will find Vege une a most vainable remedy. " Oh low tired I am "is so often heard. An imptue con dition of the blood wm always pro duce tins feeling and it is sure to be relieved by the nee of Vegetate. Xsdleawho have used Vegetine, and the numberof such is large, are lead In its pnuse as a remedy for . diseases peculiar to their sex. Nervous SttfTerer yon can use nothing so sure to runnah you alsep and rest as Vegett&e. Vegetine is sold by all Druggists. LACTABT. THE ACID OF MILK. A Pure, Healthful, Refreshing Drink, aiding Dlges tioh. Sold by Druggists everywhere. AVERY LACTATE, CO., Boston, JySeod'toui IT CTTHE8 VHJilM JJ I sets DIKJEOTLY and AT OKCE oa . VXasbeeii ths XISH1TB, llXhBibT - XIVHS and BOW-: JISSJ BLB. re. toping '"M f ton to a nealthy hs Wa-o 1? U i I lw- T i JN mm ghe gottnml and Courier The Oldest Daily Paper Published in Connecticut. THE C AEKTNGTON PUBLISHING CO. SINCU.E COPIES TWO CENTS. Delivered by Cashiers is thb Crrr, 13 cents a Week, 42 cents a Month, $5.00 a Year. The Same Thumb Bt Mail. Thursday, July 17, 1884. REPHtLICASi SiOMIXATIOAS fob rsBBumnr, JAMES C BLAIITE,of Maine. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, JOHN A. LOGAN, of Illinois. FOB GOVERNOR. The question, whom shall the Republicans of Connecticut nominate for governor this year, will have to be answered soon, and, in our opinion, the sooner it is answered the better. We have been glad . to see indica tions that an early State convention is desir ed by many leading Republicans. If it should be held sometime in the first half of next month it would be none too early. The nomination of a good State ticket would help the Republican campaign in this State a great deal. Very little has been said in the Republi can newspapers of the State concerning the nominee for governor. In " talk " among Republicans three names have been promi nent those of Hon, Henry B. Harrison of this city, Hon. William H. Bulkeley of Hart ford, and Hon. P. T. Lounsbury of Ridge field. Mr. Lonnsbury's friends have been actively at work for him for some time. It is very important this year that the best candidate should be selected. He should be a man who could not fairly be objected to by any Republican, and whose nomination would not need any explanation or defence, but would at once commend itself to all. These requirements would be amply satisfied by the nomination of Hon. Henry B. Harrison of New Haven, whose character and ability have won for him a reputation second to that of no Republican in Connecticut. We do not need to enlarge upon this topic, for Mr. Har rison is well known to most of our readers. It gives us pleasure to note that the idea of nominating Mr. Harrison finds fa- r in various parts of the State, and especially in the eastern part. Thus the Norwich Bulletin, which speaks for a large number of the best Repub licans in the State, says: "So far as this , portion of the State is concerned, we hazard no contradiction in saying there is no name which meets with such ready, general and cordial approval when suggested for the gov ernorship, as that of the Hon. Henry B. Harrison of New Haven." The Bulletin further says: Mr. Harrison's personal character, his professional and political repu tation, the universal respect which is felt for him as a man, the fact that he is absolutely invulnerable to the assaults which partisan malice could devise, his phonomenal" popu larity in the city of his residence, Democratic though it usually is, point him out to the minds of nine-tenths of the Republicans of eastern Connecticut as the man of their first choice for the governorship. It is our con viction that he is the strongest man for the nomination in the State to-day, and that his candidacy would grow in favor every hour. He would add greatly to the strength of the whole ticket, national as well as State. The Bulletin is right. Mr. Harrison's nom ination would be the strongest that could be made. Therefore it ought to be made. EDITORIAL NOTES. The fact that so little complaint is heard in Iowa concerning the liquor law is accounted for on the ground that all the old topers laid in a three months supply before the law went into effect. When that is exhausted a loud howl is expected. The Illinois prohibitionists have announced an aggressive campaign in opposition to the Republican ticket. As snch a policy would be favorable to Mr. Carter Harrison, who is known as "the free-rum champion," the wis dom of the Illinois prohibitionists is appar ent. The qnestion is raised as to whether Grover Cleveland should resign his present office pending the campaign. He probably will not, for he knows that a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, and that the two in the bush in this case are of a very elusive character. Women as jurors are not very popular in Washington Territory. In one town the grand jury, largely composed of women, in dicted saloon keepers and proprietors, and the defendants were heavily fined and imprison ed. This result has increased largely the opposition to woman suffrage and the allied rights and duties of citizenship in the Terri tory. According to Lord Shaftesbury, one of the social necessities of the time in England is the emigration of half a million surplus women, me recent report of the Women s Emigration society declares that in three years the society has sent to the colonies three hundred and fifty women. At this rate it will be some time before the surplus of half a million are disposed of. The plan to establish a house of refuge at Salt Lake City for Mormon women who have the courage to renounce alliance with polyga mist husbands deserves hearty support. When a Mormon wife severs her relations with her husband, Bhe is excommunicated and deprived of the means of making a liv ing. There is need therefore not only of houses of refuge for reformed Mormon wom en, but of employment agencies and indus trial establishments. The national senate during the ninety-five years of its existence has had but eight sec retaries: Samuel A. Otis Of Massachusetts, Charles Curtis of New Hampshire, Walter Lownes of Pennsylvania, Asbury Dickens of North Carolina, John W. Forney of Penn sylvania, George C. Gorham of California, John C. Burch of Tennessee and Anson G. McCook of New York. Otis and Dickens each filled the office for twenty-five years. Secretary McCook has just had rebound the book in which senators' compensation ac counts are kept and which was opened ' by the first secretary, Mr. Otis. Its life of .ninety five years speaks well of the work of its first binder. When the colored voters ' of the South wrote to Charles Sumner in 1873 asking him which of the candidates would, if elected, enforce the mandates of the constitution and laws respecting the negro's civil and political rights " with the moat heartfelt sympathy and the' greatest vigor," and Mr. Sumner re plied that in his opinion Mr. Greely would, a certain journalist wrote: "The whole elec tion with him (Sumner) turns upon one man. All the tendencies, logic, necessities, .facts, principles of the Republican party, avail nothing with him, because he does not like the candidate. The whole moral drift of the Democratic party does not dismay him, be cause the candidate js agreeable to him.' The journalist who . thus wrote was George William Curtis. ; -" - - A case said to be illustrative of the Irish custom of marrying and giving in marriage in the rural districts has just been heard in a Limerick court. John Hayes, with two other men, went to Mrs. Ryan's house, and an agreement was entered into that Hayes should marry Mrs. Ryan's daughter. He was to get a marriage portion, $1,750, and the marriage was to take place on the following Sunday. In the interim defendant obtained $250 to cover the expenses, but when the guests were assembled for the wedding break- fast, he quarrelled about the money, broke oS the match, and quitted the house. A few days later he married another girl with a larger portion, he returned part of the money loaned, and as a set-off to the claim put in a bill for an entertainment which he gave for Mrs. Ryan. The itemB included whiskey, port and sherry. The last item was $30 put down to "clergyman for intended marriage." Judgment for the full amount was given. During severe epidemics , says the London Lancet, it has been noticeable that the mor tality has not been by any means greatest in the very centre, so to say, of the disease. In the hospitals and among the cholera patients scattered throughout the papulation medical officers and nurses - have gone about doing their duty with no greater mortality than that of those who have kept aloof. Indeed, it is probable that a certain amount of immu nity from disease 1iAsTeen (enjoyed by those who have not feared the danger of infection. "The great secret of success in warding off disease is the preservation of health. We mean that if, heedless of danger, men and women do their duty to those around them keeping up a cheerful temper and a trusty spirit, neither abusing the good things of life nor avoiding them; in short, living as all should live whether in the midst of a healthy population or in the presence of an epidemic they have a far better chance of escaping disease than by falling into , state of panic and 'hastening to leave.' The true policy is to kill the germs of disease on the spot whether they be in the water or in the air.' " RECENT PUBLICATIONS. Miss Jennie Gould Lincoln comes to the defense of Washington society in a novel en titled "Her Washington Season." The book purposes to controvert the ideas of society in the national capital promulgated by such books as "Democracy." It tells of a heroine who went to all the balls, dinner parties and receptions. The persons' she met there are described as refined and pleasant. Nowhere were the "lobbyism, bad English and tobac co juice," which have been set forth as the constituents of Washington society. There are three love stories running through the book, which is made up of letters supposed to have been written by the various person ages who figure in the story. Published by James R. Osgood & Co., Boston, and for sale in this city by Judd the bookseller. Donald G. Mitchell's works published in uniform style by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, form a fine group for the library. ' "Out-of-Town Places" contains many useful hints for the improvement of rural homes. For sale in this city by Judd the bookseller. "Porter & Coates' Interest Tables" is a book containing calculations of interest at one-half, one, two, three, three-and-one-half, four, four-and-one-half, five, six, seven, eight and ten per cent, per annum, showing the interest on any amount from $1 to $10,- 000, and from one to six years. Mr. John E. Coffin, the author of these tables, has prepared them on the basis of various rates, The old war-inflated high rates are gone; and as there are few or no accessible tables show ing the low modern rates, this work meets a real need in business circles. For sale in this'clfy by Jnfld the bookseller. - The attempt to interpret the writings of St. Paul, to set them forth so that the mean ings shall be clear, has been made by many. James Freeman Clarke is the latest of these interpreters. He attempts in a book called "The Ideas of the Apostle Paul" to reconcile the ideas of the great apostle with Unitarian- ism. Whatever may be said of the aim or the success of the author, he has certainly given ns an able and powerful book. Pub lished by James R. Osgood & Co., Boston, and for sale in this city by Judd the book seller. "A Country Doctor" is the first novel of Miss Sarah Orne Jewett, a writer whose short stories have shown considerable power. In this novel Miss Jewett deals with a young woman who feels that her mission in life can only be carried out by being a physician. Mr. Howells and Miss Phelps have dealt with the same subject. Miss Jewett has succeeded better than either of them. Indeed she is especially fitted for the task, being a physi cian's daughter, and having held the novel in view for many years. She makes out a clear case for her heroine, while not attempting to argue that most women should adopt a pro fession. The story is full of interest, and Miss Jewett's familiarity with a physician's life, her pleasant style and acuteness of ob servation, combined with her ability to sketch the life and scenery of New England, make a book that deserves a large field of readers. Published by Houghton, Mifflin & Co., Bos ton, and for sale in this city by H. H. Peck. EZTBADITED. A Chinaman has been baptised into the Methodist church at White Plains, N. Y. Probably called him Allee Loo Yah. Bos ton Commercial Bulletin. Scene: City restaurani; First client in a hurry Waiter, fried sole. Second ditto, ditto Waiter, fried sole; fresh, mind. Waiter (equal to the occasion, shouting down tube) Two fried -isoles, one of 'em fresh! Moonshine. "Good gracious!" ejaculated Aunt Towzer, the other day, on hearing for the first time of the Fountaine sale, "eighty thousand pounds' worth of china knocked down at Christie's! Well, I hope it wasn't all brok en." Funny Folks. The London Graphic says: "A country man named William Stickers, flying to Lon don to escape from rural justice, was ap palled at reading on a wall: 'Bill Stickers Beware !' He went a little further, but read ing again 'Bill Stickers will be punished with the utmost rigor of the law,' gave himself up for lost, and surrendered." A little girl came from her Sunday school in a high state of indignation because her Sunday school teacher had told her that Jesus was a Jew. "Was he a Jew, mother i" said she, in great excitement. "Why, yes, my dear," said the mother, a little doubtful ly, as if unwilling to concede the objection able fact, but unable to deny it; "I suppose he was a Jew." "But I thought he was the Son of God." "So he is, my dear." "I don't see how, then, he could be a Jew," respond ed the young sectarian, "for God is a Pres byterian." A Brooklyn man who hit wheat for a few thousand dollars last week rushed around and rented a brown-stone front and then ought the services of a furniture mover."I'll fake it by the job and do the fair thing by rou," replied the mover. "Well, how fair?" ''Ill say fifty dollars for the two. " "What tro?" "Why, the moving this week into the brown-stone and the moving in about a month from that into a cheap frame house in the suburbs. I always job the moves togeth er in the case of a grain speculator." Wall Street News. "Don't you want a ticket for the round trip!" asked Pete Lawless, lae ticket agent at the Austin dep6t, of a man who wanted to go to Galveston and back. "Yon mean a ticket to go to Galveston and comeback on?" "Yes, yon will save money by buying an excursion ticket." "No, I reckon not. There are so many accidents occurring on your road that I frobably will not need any return ticket. If buv a return ticket and am killed I'll be out just that much. I've got to be saving With my money and lay up something for a rainy day." Texas Sittings. A pretty Boston school-ma'am and a youth of mein Were parting in the evening beside the garden gate: His hand and heart he'd offered, in a grave and sober way. And she, with quiet dignity, had named the happy " day; He lingered at the gate with her, and said, in ac cents low : "There is a little favor I would ask before I go, A favor never asked before; sweet maiden, it is this, A lover's privilege, that is all, a sweet betrothal KISS. If you wait," the maiden whispered, with her color rising high, 'Till 1 remove my spectacles, I'll willingly com ply." SomerviUe Journal. COMMUNICATIONS. The Republican Party Why Desert It? To the Editor of the Journal and CorRira: The disappointment which men feel when a favorite candidate is defeated prompts them sometimes to say things which doubt less a little reflection will often lead them to wish unsaid; and sometimes a momentary ir ritation will exoite actions which a cooler judgment would not approve. Doubtless many Republicans were disappointed because Mr. Blaine was nominated, and someone else was not; but before such persons commit themselves irrevocably to hostility to the man who was the choice of the majority it will be wise to consider what they will gain by such an attitude. They must remember that there are two parties only between which to choose, if one would not throw away his vote. Either the Republican or the Democratic par ty must be the successful contestant at the coming election. Can there be any second choice among those who have acted from in telligent conviction with the Republican party ? Can any such person be willing to aid, to the extent even of one vote, or by the negative of even refusing to vote, to restore to place and power the Democratic party ? What one thing has this party done to commend it to the sympathy of any man who has hitherto voted for and with the Republican party?. Does the nomination of Mr. Cleveland condone its offences? This man, who until within two years ago had never been heard of outside of his own town, and who, happening to be the candidate for his party in an election which Republicans suffered to go by default become governor by a phenomenal majority, is now selected by the great Democratic party, passing by all its real chiefs, simply because he has no record as a statesman and because it hopes to secure New York, without which it sees its chances of success absolutely null. Is there anything in all history which makes it desirable for any disaffected Republican to vote for him? And if by any violent effort of deglutition he could be swallowed, what of Mr. Hendricks? A man who has without any hesitation been prompt to do the behests of the slave power, who never failed to deal his stoutest blows at every part of the policy of the Republican party; first and foremost among those who resisted and de sired to overthrow the only party which has sought to save the republic; an anti-war Democrat of the malignant type, and who since the war has been ready to re store to its old authority the "South," and all that implies does such a man seem worthy of your choice as the second officer of the nation, with a possible chance or comine to wield the authority and influence of the first? Grant that personally both of these men are morally not below the standard of decent men, is that so notable an event that you must approve by your vote a party whose every act has been in opposition to the prin ciples vou have professed hitherto a partv of wincn they, it eleetea, will De simply the officials, not the guides, and such as their party is such must they be. Surely it is not to be supposed that any conscientious inde pendent Republican can deliberately desire to put the national government at the full dis posal ot the Democratic party witn au its His torical tendencies; to submit Congress and the Presidency to the unchecked control of the "South," because his favorite was not also the favorite of a majority of the Chicago convention ? Did we go to the con vention to abide by its choice only provided it was our own ? Is it Democratic tor a mi nority to dictate to a majority ? Is it just that the wishes ana preferences ot the many shonld yield to the demands of the few ? If Mr. .fcklmunds haa Deen nominated ana tne friends of Mr. Blaine had bolted would they have been regarded as keeping faith to the party ? It is unnecessary to asK wnat woma have been his (Edmunds') chance of success in such case. But our Independent friends deBire reform, and propose to seek it in the Democratic party ! Has it then come to pass that men gather grapes ot thistles 1 We cannot com pliment their sincerity at so great a detri ment to their intelligence as to suppose they have any such expectation, nor does it seem possible that any one Bhould have forgotten the attitude of the Democratic party in re gard to this suDiect. maeea, it is re any lm possible to treat this plea with any patience, it is so utterly absurd. There are other phases of the subject to which we will return at another tuna. 1. Farm and Garden. Bone manure suits turnips. Fodder corn may still be planted. Old sour swill is unfit for use. The liquid voided by animals possess nearly equal value to the solids for crops. Cows are better off in a cool stable than in the pasture during the midday heat. Thorough tillage may take the place of both rain and manure in a large measure. New York State has some large farms. There are upwards of thirty containing over a thousand acres each. A weak solution of carbolic acid used as a wash on horses will save them much torment from flies. Manure from a cow in full milk, or from rapidly growing animal of any kind, is not as rich as from a mature animal, where the body makes no special draft on the food con sumed. The rest to the soil as well as its exposure to the atmosphere that summer fallowing permits, makes the practice pay in increased cropping in the long run. If there is any objection to plaster on the second or seed crop of clover, it is that through inducing a rank growth, it retards the maturing of the seed proportionate ly Wash for Sore Eyes. A good wash for sore eyes in animals, is made of sulphate of zinc, 4U cr. ; fluid extract ot opium, dor. ; fluid extract of belladonna, 3 dr. ; water 1 qt. , mix and paint the eyes with a camel's-hair pencil at night. .Breaking up sitting hens. it a hen pre- sists in untimely sitting, don't try to break it up by the untimely yet in effectual plan of half drowning the poor bird, but instead take a headless cask, invert it over her,allow ing it to rest on three bricks, and bore a hole in the top for ventilation. Water and scanty food shold be provided just out side the rim. A week or two of this treatment will usually convert biddy into a more sensible hen. Shading Hives. Especially new swarms should be shaded at least during the hottest part of the day. Some-times where this is neglected new combs, which are very tender, will melt, drop down, ana not only smother some bees, but, by the honey oozing out of the hive, attract robbers. Even a green bough placed on the hive is better than noth ing. Feather Eaters. Some fowls that resort to eating the feathers of others are found in all collections at some time or other. The cause of tho habit is not satisfactorily understood, and the sa fest way to deal with it is to kill the offenders. The habit is catching, and one feather-eater tslerated may make many others. If the fowl is too valuable on soma account to kill, we would attempt a cure by complete isola tion, change of food and indueo employment by providing a rubbish-heap for scratch ing. A Western uioa tjrusner. it is a wooaen drag made of two pieces of four by four scantling, and four pieces of two-inch plank a foot wide and eight long. To put together, lay the scantling five feet a part on a level floor, and the planks crosswise with them. spiking these to the scantling in such a way that one edge of each plank is two inches un der and the other edge two inches lapping on he plank next to it on each side. The out side plank at one side will need a two-inch strip under it instead of a plank for giving it the same angle as the others. For use it is tumbled over and drawn like a stone-boat, first putting iron rings in the front corners to hitch on. Bofore spiking on the last and front plank,the scantlings here might be bev eled somewhat so that this plank would as finished come up higher at the front edge than the line of the scantling, thus pvercom ing obstructions better when in use. Orchard and Garden. Celery for winter may yet be set. Dust mildeweed grapes with sulphur. Don't kill the toad; his food is insects. The leaves of the grape like sun: the fruit. shade. Soot is not enough appreciated as a garden fertilizer. Hoe often: fifty weeds an inch hieh can be killed easier than a single one a foot high, and by the former course there is no danger of seeding. Aphides or lice on fruit trees. fcoapsuas applied with force are a good remedy for these, but require frequent repetitions. Look to the Spring plantea trees. t nese are often allowed to suffer much by drought. Whenever the snf ace cannot be kept mellow by cultivation a heavy mulch of straw, litter or even stones shonld be applied over the roots. Thoroughly watering them a few times along with the above treatment will help matters much. 1 Fruit puzzles. it is an interesting experi ment for the boys and girls to slip a bottle over the young fruit of the cucumber, or even of apples, etc., and bave them develop size in these. The puzzle afterwards will be to their friends as to how the large product got through the small neck. In England the fin est specimens of forced cucumbers are grown in glass tubes, which tend to make them very tender. Another puzzle may be produced by slipping a ring over a young" apple and leav ing it hang to the stem until it is large. How the ring got into its place will be the wonder to challenge explanation. FLOWER GARDEN AND LAWN. Rose geraniums summer best planted out. Give flowering hydrangeas manure water occasionally. Seeda of perennial flowers should be sown as soon as they are ripe. Home-grown flower seed if taken from the best blooms is usually better than can be bought. Hybrid perpetual roses, pruned back after flowering, will bloom more .freely during summer and fall. s,' .. , The pelargonium or Lady Washington ge ranium. This magnificent flowering plant often causes disappointment by not blooming after the first year in the window. The cause for this lies largely in the treatment. After flowering the plant should be cut back rather severely and watered only moderately. When they begin to break into a new growth re-pot them, first shaking out a good share of the old soil. -During fall and winter keep in rather a cool, light place, allowing them more heat after January, and by April or May they will be in flower. Pot Culture of Mignonette. Although classed with hardy annuals in the catalogues, mignonette become perennial with the right treatment. By never allowing a single seed pod to be formed plants have been kept up half a dozen years. To grow the mignonette as a perennial bush and for flowering the year through, sow the seed from June to August directly into small pots, for the seedlings do not transplant well, allowing only one plant to each pot. As soon as sign3 of a flower stalk appear pinch it out and a week after terwards shift into a four-inch pot. It will soon branch and again show flowers, which must again be pinched back. This process should be repeated until the plants are three months old, having in the meantime been shifted up to six-inch pots. By this time they will be round-headed plants in excellent shape to go on and flower freely. The plants may stand in this last named pot for a year, provided they are occasionally supplied with liquid manure after the first six months. Tremendous Reductions ! During the remainder or the season we will elose out our stock or Parasols and Sun Umbrellas AT HALF PRICE! These goods must he sold, and the prices we have narked them will clear them out in a short while. So Come Early. GAUZE UNDERWEAR A full line in all grades and sizes in Misses', Boys', Liadies' and Gents'. WILCOX & CO., 761 -3NTI 7G7 CHAPEL STREET. THE "ANDREWS," KEELER &. CO., Eaitern Agents. SEND FOB CIRCULAR. 83 TO 91 WASHINGTON STREET. CORNER ELM, a2mwB6mnr BOSTON. CONNECTICUT RIVER SHAD, Oregon Salmon, Soft Crabs, Hard Crabs, L,ive Lobler, Sea Ba, Black Flsli, Trout and Mackerel. A. FOOTE & CO.'S, ass jyio STATE ST. House and Sign Painting, GRAINING and PAPERING RANSOM HILLS, -3tG2 State Street, TODD'S BLOCK. Clioice selections of WALL PAPERS, Elegant and Attractive Gilt Papers, Borders to match. Contracts for Decorating. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, WINDOW GLASS, BRUSHES, and all materials pertainiuB to the business. Ki 3m A happy surprise it was to Mr. A. E. Norton, of Bristol, Conn., when athlophoros put him on his feet, and sent him cheerfully about his business. Let him tell Ms own story: "About three weeks ago I was taken trith a severe crick in the back. For four days I was unable to turn in bed without help, and whenliftadupoouldnotstandonmy feet I was induced to try Atblophobos, after all the usual remedies failed. In SO minutes after taking-the 0rst dose I could bear my weight upon my feet. In two days I was able to get about and attend to business. In two other cases which have come to my knowledge Its use has been attended with the same results.1 A poor man in Philadelphia had to bor row a dollar to boy a bottle of Athlofhobos. On account of his poverty his name shall remain a secret. He bad suffered terribly from Rheu matism. He gratefully writes: " I took my first dose Tuesday afternoon, and on Wednesday, after but seven doses, I had not a sharp or severe ache left. Then I reduced the dose oue-lmlf and took the remainder of the bottle. I was able to be steady at work till Sat urday, when I took a severe cold and was un able to use my left hand. I purchased snother bottle and by bed-time I found relief. The medicine is all you claim for it" Investigate Athlophoeos ally ou please! Find all the fault you choose with it I and yet the fact remains, that it is doing what no other medicine ever could do for Kheu. matism and Neuralgia. If you cannot get Athlofhobos of your drug gist, we will send It express paid, on receipt ot regular price one dollar per bottle. We prefer that you buy it from your druggist, but If he hasnt It, do not be persuaded to try something else, but order at once from us as directed. ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., HEW YORK. -I",""""1"1""' " u uj IN CASH OIVEfJ AVAY To the SMOKERS of Blackwell's Genuine Bull Durham Smok ing Tobacco. The genuine has picture of BULL on every package. For particulars see our next announcement. 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