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2c. per Copy. TS" It, THE LARGEST DAILY NEWSPAPER TS THE CITY. THE C1RRIXCTON PUBMSHIWO CO. OFFICE, 400 STATE STREET. -fc.e- VOL. LII. J ZW HAVEN, CONN., MONDAY MORNING, JULI 21, 1884. NO. 191 Notice from. T. N Adam & Co. We do not intend to allow tzv dealer in an W Ww Haven to retail rARASOLS tff ANS 7r Lace Goods ?r Sum- MER URESS iOODS at, lower prices than ours during the next three weeks ; but 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 no w 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 m s f T T I ween we Jilted iwoclose - ly printed columns of this paper with exam ples of the reductions then begun, but we are at it every day, making fresh reductions wher ever necessary, andper- naps orten wnen not really necessary. IVe dont often adyertise in . 1 T T mis way, out wnen 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 L,loaks bacques and Shawls, and in Men's Furnishing Goods. MY ANNUAL EXCURSION TWICE A WEEK TO SAVIN ROOK FOR THE COLLECTION OF LAOTDRT "WORK Will Commence After July 1 WAIT FOR THE WAGON. If you are going out of town FOR THE SUMMER MAKE ARRANGEMENTS AT MY OFFICE To have your Collars and Cuffs Sent by Mail,- Thus Saving: You Trouble. THOMAS EORSTTH, 641 and 878 Chapel Street, New Numbers. Works near Neck Bridge. " jy9 IIVMTORS! JOHN E. EARLE, IVo. 350 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn. Gives his personal attention to procuring Patents for Inventors. IK THE rrwrnr.n STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. A practice of more than fourteen years, and fre quent visits to the Patent Office has given him a familiarity with every department of, and mode of proceeding at, the Patent Office, whieh, 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 by Letter Patent and particularly to those whose applications nave oeen rejem.ea tu pii.mini.nvji. ui which he will make free of charge. Preliminary examination, prior to application for patent made at Patent Office, at a small charge. His facilities for procuring Patents in Foreign Countries are unequal txl. Refers to more than one thousand clients for whom hm procured Letters Patent. jy!8dftw W. B. TREWHELLA, MANUFACTURER OF MATTRESSES. Hair, Cotton, Husk Excelsior; also Feather Beds, Pillows, Bolsters, etc. Renovating Mattresses a Specialty. Will call and deliver at residence in city. Prices tne ijowesu oi aasi naian xitir, a!7d6m New Haven, Conn. Oxford Cnalybeate Water. Orders for Oxford Spring Water may be left at .X;.t.n' Hall. 301 Chapel street. It will be found efficacious in diseases of the skin, kidneys and liver and swoio in bnui.i wgww.unj, ifLlcTRIOlT It IS LIFE. Why will people cling to the absurb idea that they must take medicine t Electricity will reach where noriirinn has failed, as 15 years experience has Droved. If you are troubled with Catarrh, or Neural gia, or Rheumatism, Throat or Lruig Troubles, Gen end Debility, Headache, Kidney Disease, try ELECTRICITY. Go and see Dr. Cummlnga, His method differs from all others. His sucsess is wonderful. Ladies treated successfully. Ladies can consult with the Doctor's wife afternoons. -Consultation free. e:"r':-, DR. J. W. eOMMsilGS, Wo 4 Church Street. MM WOOD'S BLOCK. Tv 'g&uaxttou. A Training Class for Klntergart ners. Will mvn in Nfw TTnvn Pnnn . fientember 23. For Circulars address MISS ANGELINE BROOKS, 15 , Home Place, New Haven, Conn. y Ztaw, mamam CARGILL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE, I 847 Chapel Street. Entries may be made for the Summer months at reaucea raws, Dueuuu luvmuea AddIv for circular. JoM Miss Fannie C. Howe. rTTT.TiVATTON OF THE Italian method) and PIANO INSTRUCTION. Charles T. Howe, FLUTE AND PIANO INSTRUCTION, 108 CROWN STREET, NEAR TEMPLE STREET. eelStf SIC P. A. FOWLER, TEACHER OF PIANO, ORGAN and HARMONY. AUSTIN BUILDING, 337 CHAPEL STREET, Rooms 8 and 9. orreeMilchHTeeialtyiu3M WDTOOW SCREENS AND BED CANOPIES. PLATT & THOMPSON, 64 and -66 Orange Street AND 5 CENTER STREET. Jyio R. G. RUSSELL, ARCHITECT, No. 858 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn. ERISBIE & 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, Oirooerien, 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. Wo take or- uera irom wie cuiuigerj uttiiy uiruugu wur unrer ur hMMon'llrec" rxrunrsTsr stuijet, Nor III of Ken View House. Elastic Hose. DKNEE CAPS. ANKLETS AN ARM PIECES. Silk Abdominal Supporters. For the relief of corpulency, enlarged veins and weak joint. Since wo commenced the manufac ture of the above, using only fresh imported stock, we are able to furnish the beat fitting and most dur able goods that can be made. A fact that our regu lar customers do not fail 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., 8-4, CHURCH AND OX OZnJZKTTJLiJJLt ST., BENEDICT BUILDING. DEPOT CARS PASS THE DOOR. jyio REMOVAL. THE NEW YORK BRANCH OAN OFFICE NOW FERMAFENTLY LOCATED AT 42 Church Street. MOOT LOANED. Liberal advances made on all kinds of personal property. Unredeemed Pledges For sale at low prices. Square Dealing With .All. SOLOMON FRY. Jyio GRATEFUL COMFORTING. EPFS' COCOA. BREAKFAST. 'By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the oj tion. and bv a carer cn govern tne operations ui ujohuuu miu uui-ri- ef ui application or tne line proper- tiea of well-selected Cocoa. Mr. El our breajtrast tames witn a aeiicateiy navorea Dev- Mrfure which mav save us many heavy doctors' bills. It is bv the ludicious 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 escane many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blood and a properly nourished fmm. " Civil Service Gazettee. Made simply with boiline water or miiK. sola in tins only (1-2 lb and lb) by Grocers, labled thus: JAMES EPPS & Co., Homoeopathic Chemists, au7tues&wediy London, England. Mrs. E. Jones Young, DENTIST, 230 Cbapel,cor.State,Street B'd'g uver isrooKa at uo a nai ana fur otore. - All wrti-Ir nrarmntsv) -rVv OfflnA hmini fmm On. m tr 6 p. m. ja6. AT DAWSON'S, a-at-fL STA.TE You can always find choice Teas, Coffees and Pure Spices. COFFEES ROASTED DAILY. YALE BAKK BUILDIlVCr. Li AY'S SFKOIFIC IKDICINK. f RARS MARK 1km qss.t Exn.m?rtADE MARS Rninr. An unfailing cur for ScmlMl Wck DM, SpCTM&torrncBa, 1m potwey f mad ail Xmum tbt follow si a wqneaes ofSeif-AbiMet . lou of Mnary, Untvcnml La iloi, PfxId InUa Bck. tnnOMAiri, and many i.r Js. n. lirBBI TAstmH.- Pur. uFTg TAKIR9. t awin MMrmWUWU W WttM BMM7, wbcxi droffcuti Dor trham th mwdlcta U boimlit io m onD, trot ra'rr yon to tk tnavaBlWtixrcr. kd tka roqa-iremciit nerach Ctut tkr r oompHI with. See trwli writB KanaU. A trinlofoDe tie 1 pekAgj ot GtjM SpMtne will coorizMw Us r m k.ptfawl of M OnaTsMstwtcrctnttrrem. w wmro adopWJ Umi 7U1ow Wrmppm : it. tPT'll'uil Dicvlan tn cmr nunpRli. whrd. w Usrii tt tnA tw t- t h rvoZlpi at tit loonrr, br tuiArrmhf tne uraymeaicine uo., uurraio, N. t. ;- .. taw iuth. com. . " "istzXlKVLzavLS. SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY j AND STORAGE WAREHOUSE, 33 To 38 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 I laoies. Vault. Coupon. Reception and Toilet Rooms on the ground floor and directly accessible to the street. Rooms or space in the FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE for Furniture. "Works of Art and Merchandise rented by the month or year. Trunk stoarge specialty. THOS. L- JAMES. A. VAN SANTVOORD, President. Vice President. J. H- B. EDGAR, J. R. VAN WORMER, Secretary, superintendent. DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S REMEDY tWtha rnn af Kldnav ud T-Wer Coma plaints. Constipation, and all disorders arising: from an impure state of the BLOOD. 'Vn wnmn vhn suffer from an? of the ills rjecn- liar to their Bex it is an unfailing friend. All Drnenrists. One Dollar a bottle, ox address Dr. Xavid nenneay, aaaama, . x . AMONG RAILROAD MEN, Popularity and Usefulness of Dr. Ken nedy's Favorite Remedy A Thrill ing; tetter From a master mechanic. Master Mechanic's and Superintedent',s Office, Lowell Repair Shops of the Boston a Lowell r.b f Lowell, Mass., March s, ltsa. Dr. David Kennedv Rondout. N. Y. Dear Sir: I think it is due to vou that I should make the following statement, and I make it volun tarily and willinelv: On the 4th day of June. 1881. I was taken with what was called paralysis of the bowels. The seizure was unexpected ana ternoie. The stomach ana otner organs seemea to sympa thize with it and to have lost all power of action. For a long time my life was despaired of, but at length I recovered so far as to be able to nde out. By the advice of my physician I visited Poland Springs (Vt.), hoping to benefit from the waters. ; But they did me no good. Neither were the best nhvsicians of Lowell and Boston, whom I consulted. able to afford me more than transient relief. I gained no strength and my case appeared almost opeless. In the fall a fnend advised me to try ENNEDY'S FAVORITE REMEDY, and although opposed to patent medicines, I made the trial. To make a lone storv short FAVORITE REMEDY, in my opinion, saved my life. I consider it the best preparation In the world for stomach difficulties, as well as of the Liver and other organs. I am glad to say it is in general use among the railroad men in i. vA.. ... a t nii'rriun Linn tiDimij, I uui b, srii., x. , vi i .- win, Mr. Gifford is the Master Mechanic of the Lowell division of the Boston & Lowell Railroad, and his i illness and recovery are known to many who can i testify to tha facts in his letter. I Use this medicine for all diseases of the Blood, Kldnevs. Liver. Stomach, flowed and Skin. Itmav save you ann yours irom pam ana cieron. XimMOs. D. M. WELCH & SON Offer 3ft hnvm lartrn jiilr-v Iemons nt 15c dowm- i1rwn for JiiX:. This In a bargain. Look at them. II UTTER 18 HIOIIES. W havi received 40 tut of tho chitwt !reftm ery tlutler we hnvn had ttilHtwaNon, Although I'.ui l r 1m higher wo Khali will It at lb, or 4A Vm for Si. Full cream Cheetw only V4o Jb. Good t-'hotwe nc nound. J Afnie Inland Potatoes at 33c pack. 91.35 per bushel. Fresh (Ihamnion Peas at 40o neck. We shall recuive a freh lot of Blackberries and CurranU Friday and Saturday morning. Wait for them. If you want to can or make Jelly it will pay i you. Fresh native Boeta ery morning, 4o bunch It bundles for 7c. Native Htrinir and Butter Beans fresh this evening. Butter Beans 40c peck. String Beans 40c peck. Ripe Tomatoes at 10c quart. Pure Lord U lbs for 91. 1'ure Aiized candy only io pouna. Look at the Feather Weight Baking Powder. A cup and saucer or a hand-painted plate given away ! Everybody wants the Momala Coffee because it is the best Coffee ever sold in New Haven for the money. If you have not tried it, do so. Remember we sell the Shredded Oats at 15 cents a package 2 for 25c. The best article ever sold. Try w 1 1. ii every imjjl. a sample package. ash burn & Piltsbury's Patent Flour at lower es than can be bouioit elsewhere in this citv. If you no not believe it, come and be convinced. a gooa imock mare ior saie cneap. D. M. WELCH & SON, Ko. 28 and 30 Congress Avenue. The Largest Cash Grocers In tho State. 117 REMOVAL SALE ! On the 1st of August I will occu tlie store in Got. English's New Building, No; 152 & 154 Crown St. In the meantime I will sell off my large stock of goods, consist ing of 150 different brands of WINES AND LIQUORS COST, ratlier than ineur the expense and trouble of removing goods from one location to anotn- I deal only in pi(re goods. Fine Cigars a Specialty. H. J. REYNOLDS, 147 CROWN STREET. Jfew Haven, Conn. jyi4 SPECIAL NOTICE. JAMES G. McAIPISTE Respectfully informs his friends and the Dublic that after an association of eighteen years with the nrm 01 j. u. initio x & son, nas opened tne store 90S CHAPEL STREET, nea to the Boston Grocery Store, and feels confi dent from thirtv rears'1 experience in London. Eng land, and this city, in the actual making and repair ing ot one watcnes tnat ne is quaiinea to give saus i faction and he hopes bv strict attention to business and moderate charges to merit a share of their pat- i ronage. mi di Wells & Gunde, Watchmakers and Jewelers. Sole Agents in New Haven for the Rockford Quick Train Watches 266 CHAPEL STREET. REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY DONE. iyi" Large Invoice OF- &0SSAMER 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 Poetof&ce. F. C. TUTTLE, Proprietor. jyo ROCKAWAY OYSTERS, SCOLLOPS, Soft and Hard Shell Crabs, Sea Bass, Salmon, Blue- fish. Laite white. Mali out. rjworansn. reren. Mack:. erel, Eels, Lobsters, etc., etc. at CHARLES REE'S, OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICK. People 's Dry We Shall Continue Our Mlll-Slll iff tail UNTIL AUGUST 1st. Previous to -which time we shall daily offer NEW AND DECIDED BARGAINS In every department of OF OUR COMPETITORS have the LOW PRICES at which we goods. Every lady in this her interest to visit our bargains we shall offer READ LOCALS. PROCTOR, MAGUIRB & CO., 837 Chapel Street. AD elicious Summer Beverage BEVERAGE, with hot or oold water, ' sweetened, or hot or oold milk, or added to Ice water, lemonade, effervescent draughts, and min eral waters, BAKFORD'B GINGER forms a re freshing and Invigorating beverage, unequalled In simplicity and purity by any tonic medicine, while re from alcoholic reaction ABA SANFORD'S CBNCER UNRIPE PlUJIT.Impuro Water, Unhealthy Cli mate, Unwbolcnomo Food, Malaria, Xpldemlo, and OontairloNS Diseases, Cholera Morbus, Cramps, fains, Indigestion, Diarrheas, Colds, Chills, Simple Fevers, Exhaustion, Nervousness, or loss of Bleep, that beset the traveller or household at this season, are nothing to those protected toy a timely use of BANFOUD'B GINGER, tho Delicious Bummer Modldno, Avoid mercenary dealers, who tor a (sw cents' extra prolU try to force upon you their own or others when you call for SANFOUD'S GINGER. Bold by wholesale and retail druggists, ( roeers, etc., esjsrywbero. , Potter Pros; and Chemical Co., Boston. ENDORSED BY EMINENT PHYSICIANS TOR INFANTS. IirVALIDS. AND THE AGED. Royal Dietamia -on MEDICINAL NUTRITIVE FOOD It has been received with decided favor by prominent members of the medical profession of the United States. It contains all the elements necessary to supply the waste and sustain the strength of the human body. It Is not only strengthening and nutritious but also perfectly .palatable. THE BABIES ALL LIKE IT. .Royal Dietamia Is pure In its ingredients, nourishing in fevers, promotes sleep and sustains the strength of the patient. It Is wonderful for children asa substitute for mothers milk. IPBPSXA 1 It may be used as a gruel and it would be difficult to con ceive of anything more delicious j a Perfect Cure for this distressing malady. Ask for Royal Dietamia and take no other. Consult your physician regarding Its merits. FOB SATYR BY" at.t. DRUGGISTS. Wholesale Agent, HEW BAY EN. COffiM A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Pre Dared from the recine of Dr. Stetihfin Sweet. of Connecticut, the great natural Bone-Setter. Has oeen usea ror more man rutty years and is tne beet known remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Cuts, Wounds, and all external in juries. DODD'S NERVINE AND INVIQORATOR. Standard and reliable, and never fails to comfort the aged and help everybody who uses it. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS TRY IT. nl3eod&wtf TRUNKS, TRUNKS, TRUNKS, BAGS! BAGS! BAGS! A complete stock of Tourists' Articles. The only exclusive trunk store in tne city. Trunks, Bags I and Sample Cases made to order. Repairing a specialty. Old trunks taken in exchange. Good Goods at Low prices at CROFUT & CO.'S, 210 C3ia,xel Street BELOW THE BRIDGE. GROCERIES AND MEAT. Bargains ! Bargains ! j A laree assortment of vegetables and f ruita re ceived fresh every morning at very low prices. FLOUR. - FLOUR. Best New Process Down to $7 Per Bl. Finest Creamery Butter, 4 lbs for $1. Finest Cream Cheese, i per id. Bananas 25c per dozen. 2 packages steam prepared Oatmeal, 25c. Creamery Buttered Flour for sale here. A choice Mixed Candy 14c per lb, 8 lbs $1. Finest quality Lard 12c, 9ibs Si Granulated and other Sufrars at botton nrira The finest Tea for 00c per lb. The finest Java Coffee, 28c lb. MEAT MARKET COSECTED. None but prime meat kept. Bottom Prices. Terms Casta. J. H. KEAMBT, Elm City Casta Orocery, 74 AND 76 CONGRESS AVE., CORNER HILL ST. E D. HENDEE, SUCCESSOR TO W. D. BRYAN, S T O M T AT LOR. tfO. 127 CHURCH ST. ' c u GEORGE W. BUTTON, ARCHITECT. Fruit, Foreign and Domestic, f 1,075 Chapel Street. Cools Sore Sale i our store. As yet NONE begun to meet are selling our vicinity will find it for store daily and inspect the during the next ten days. AS A PURE FRUIT STIMULANT, for the aged, mentally and physically exhausted, care worn, or overworked, for delicate females, especi ally mothers, for those recovering from debilitating diseases, and as a means of reforming those ad dicted to an excesslvo use of alcoholic stimulants, BAKFORD'B GINGER is unequalled In medicine. T)RK1 1'ORTKD GINGER, CHOICE AROMATICS, and the purostand best of MKDIOINAL FRENCH. DRANDV, from the world.renowned vintners, Messrs. OTARD, DtirUY tc CO., COGNAC, ren. derlng It vastly superior to all other " Gingers," all of which are mado with eominon alcohol, largely Impregnated with poisonous fusil oil and strength ened with eajenne pepper, Uoware of Imitations. BANFORD'8 Is the finest ginger In tho world, and, notwithstanding tho high cost of Its Ingredients, is the eheapoet family medicine. Bold every where. Potter ttmg and Chemical Co., Boston. 266th EDITION. PRICE ONLY $ I. JSX in All, POSTPAID. KNOW THYSELF., A Great Medical Work on Manhood. Exhausted Vitalitr. Nervous and Phvuieal Debili ty, Premature Decline in Man, Krrors of Youth and tne untold miseries resulting from indiscretion or excesses. A uook for every man, young, middle aged and old. It contains 125 prescriptions for all acute and chronic diseases, each one of which is invaluable. So found by the author, whose exper ience for 23 years is such as probably never before fell to the lot of any physician. 300 pages, bound in oeauurui rencn muslin, embossed covers, run gut, guaranteed to be a finer work in every sense me chanical, literary and professional than any other : wore soia in mis country ior x.iu, or uie money will be refunded in every instance. Price only $1 by mail, post paid. Illustrative sample 6 cents. Send now. Gold medal awarded the author bv the Na tional Medical Association,to the officers of which he : refers. Ihe Science of Life should be read by the younf iff I for instruction, and by the afflcted for relief. It wi benefit all. London Lancet. There is no member of society to whom The Sci ence of Life will not be useful, whether youth, par ent, guardian, instructor or clergyman. Argonaut. Address the Peabodv Medical Institute, or Dr. W. H. Parker, 4 Bullfinch St., Boston, Mass., who may be consulted on all diseases requiring skill and ex- gerience. Chronic and obstinate diseases that have affled the skill of all other physiTT"F A T ciansa specialty. Such treated success fully without an instance of fail 1X1 TT 7" CJ TP T TT1 re. mBeodawly X XI X DJjJj J COAL $4.50 PER TON. A LARGE sized rea Coau suitable for self-feed- J. V in it stoves, and will trive the same heat and last longer than the regular mit size. All persona about to lay in their winter supply of Coal will save money by calling on me. I do not belong to any Combination and alwavs 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 m once always come again. All sizes Lehigh Coal, Egg, Stove and Nut, delivered to all parte of the city at reduced price. Call and see me. GEO. W. H. HUGHES, Independent Coal Dealer, Oliuroli Street. Jyis S. S. ADAMS, 745 Grand Stroot. Will sell Pillsbury's best Flour for $7.00 per barrel aenvereo. to any part of tne city. The very best Butter 26c nound i pounds St. This is no Oleomargarine. Goshen Creamery in 1 pouna rous 3c Five gallons ISO8 Oil 65 cents. Nice Lemons 25c a dozen. 15 lbs Granulated Sugar $1. 16 lbs Best X C Sugar $1. Old Government Java Coffee 2Sc pound. Best Tsa in the city for 50 cents. S. S. ADAMS, 745 GRAND STREET, OLD NO. 181 Jyl5 tf Scretalona Humors hsre been cored, are being cored daily by the two of Vega tine. We can how teAlmoniata or refer 70a to the putt in proof of thifc riepata and H the tropleaa act eflecu of Indigestion are at once nlie red by the dm of Yegetlne. Salt Rhenm and all dlaeafles of the skin dlitappear when Vege tLoe U iAlihtullj used. For U-ver and Kidnejr Complaint you will find Vege ttae a moat valuable remedy. Oli now tired I am " Is o often heard. An impure con dition of the blood will always pro duce this feeling and it Is sore to be relieved by the use of Vegetine. XacUm who have used Vegettoe, and the number of socb is large , are lend In its praise at a remedy for diseases peculiar to their sex. Nervone Sufferer yon can use nothing so sure to furnish yoa sieep aaa rest as vegeuoe. Vegetine is sold by all Druggists. The International Express. DIRECT TO NEW YORK, BOSTON, PROVIDENCE, MEMDEN, HARTFORD, RPRINGFIELD, AND ALL POINTS NORTH, SOUTH, EAST AND WEST. Prompt Delivery and low Rates. Office No. 31 Center Street. It. L. DUNNING, Agent. ilpp Pi 199 99 W Vw.9 T 9V 'feJK mm The Oldest Dally Paper Published in Connecticut. THE CARRLNGTON PUBLISHING CO. SINGLE COPIES TWO CENTS, DELIVERED BT CABSIBB3 IK TIE ClTT, 12 cents a Week, 43 cents a IIokth, $9.00 . Year. The Saks Terms Bt Hah. Monday, July 31, 1S84. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. FOB PRESIDENT, JAMES 6. Bl.AIPfE,or Maine. FOB VICE PRESTDKUT, JOHN A. IiOGAN, of Illinois. A WOHD VtTJuV SPOKEN. The Charleston News and Courier is a rery good newspaper and during the last four or five years it has been distinguished for tha unprejudiced views of southern affairs whioh it has expressed. It has even dared to tell its southern readers that they could not afford to countenance fraud and coercion in order to suppress the negro vote. Two or three days ago this outspoken and influential paper had a remarkable article upon the duty of the white people of the South to do what they can towards lifting the negro population to a higher plane of intelligence. The writer lays down the proposition that unless the negro is made a more intelligent and a more virtuous citizen the superior race will lose its high ideals and drop toward the same level The burden of illiteracy will press so heavily upon the whole body of the people that the highest as well as the lowest will be involved in a common ruin. Thirty-five per oent. of the population of South Carolina cannot expect to maintain a high civilization while the remaining sixty-five per cent. is unable to read and write. Having said this the writer courageously in forms the young scions of the old South Carolina chivalry that the very means which they use to save society, as they imagine, from the baleful consequences of ignorant suffrage will in the end degrade and destroy society, if not supplanted by educational and moral and Christian agencies. "It is a time for vigorous action, not with the spear, but with the pruning hook ; not by the enact ment of circumventiva laws whose purpose is to deprive the ignorant of their legal rights, which will return some day to curse their inventors, but by the primer and the decalogue." With thoBe who treat this question in a Pharisaical and indifferent spirit . the writer of the article declares he has little patience, He says: As sensible men they should know that they are playing with fire: and if they "trust in Providence" to rid us of the negro we suggest to tnem tne wisdom of "keeping their powder dry" for any unlooked for emergency. We can respect the honest, if misled, class who openly avow and declare their hostility to the negro. It Is tills class which originates the ingen ious clrnumvontivn laws which deprive tho Ignorant negro of his franchise. It is this class that builds upon the sand expediency. It is this clous whoso method of culture is the horoio one of digging up the roots. It is this class which is continually arising the devil of hateful ignorance, forget, ting the common experience of man kind and the philosophic declaration of Goothe, "It is easier to raise the devil than to lay him." This is pretty plain talk, but not plainer than is needed. If the intelligent people of South Carolina are wise they will not sec it but will pay careful attention to it. EDITORIAL NOTES. Cleveland will certainly not produce a bet ter letter of acceptance than Blaine's. It is expected that two hundred thousand : workingmen will parade in London to-day for the benefit of the franchise bill. The Presidential candidates will, of course, be accused of all kinds of misdeeds, but Portland (Maine) man "piles on tne agony by accusing Cleveland of writing "The Bread Winners." The cholera epidemic in France has al ready produced two special journals in Par is One, La Yenette, (a slang term for fright), devotes its pages to reassuring the panic- stricken. The other, Le Cholera, provides unlimited advice and prescriptions against the disease, but is in reality an advertising i sheet for various nostrums. Labouchere's London Truth pays a high tribute to Mr. Moody, the evangelist, by say- ! ing: If yon were to combine the entire bench of bishops with the whole Wesleyan confer ence, and then throw in the Baptist and Con gregational union as makeweights, the entire body of theologians and pulpiteers would be found to possess between them less practical wisdom than this plain, unlettered American j preacher. Waltham, Massachusetts, has just become a city. It has a population of fourteen thou sand, and is divided into seven wards. A peculiarity of its municipal government .is that each ward elects three aldermen, mak ing twenty-one in all, and the common coun cil is dispensed with altogether. It is be lieved that this system will prove more ef fective and less expensive than the systems which include two legislative bodies. The experiment will be watched with much inter est. The French pawnbroker never advances more than four-fifths of the value on jewelry and silver plate, and two-thirds on other articles. There is thus a sufficient margin between the sum advanced and the value of the pledges to encourage speculation in pawn tic-rets. A deputy has just submitted to the chamber a bill whereby the official lender will be authorized to give the full value of the pledges. This proposal has been favor ably viewed by most of tne .trench newspa pers, and it is believed that it would put stop in a great measure to the irregular deal ings in tickets, by which the poor are terri ble sufferers. The cultivation of the white-plumed pam pas grass and the curing of its plumes is an industry recently established in Los Angeles county, California, which promises to de velop into a lucrative business. Under proper cultivation this plant grows to a lux uriance of foliage unknown in its natural state and produces a splendid feathery plume nearly three feet in length. These plumes are highly prized in New York and other eastern cities, where they find ready sale at sixty-five cents apiece.. About 200,000 of these plumes were cured -in Los Angeles county last year," the greater portion of whioh found their way east of the Bockies. This year's crop will, be larger, as the area of land devoted to their cultivation has been consid erably increased. . The idea of cremation is fast gaining ground in this country. One of the latest evidences of this is the formation of a com pany for building and operating a crematory on the outskirts of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. ; The plan of the crematory is very much like that of the one at Washington, only it is to be somewhat larger, with two entrances one into the crematory proper, the other into a waiting room, which is also connected with the new heating room. The cost of the building will not exceed $6,000. It is pro posed to use natural gas instead of ooke for heating the crematory apparatus, as by the use of gas it requires but a few hours to get the apparatus sufficiently heated to cremate a body, whereas a much longer time and a greater expense would be required in heating with coke. The proprietors of the enter prise are not members of any society for the advancement of science, but frankly state that the object of their undertaking is to make money. They believe that cremation has already become sufficiently popular to make a crematory centrally located a paying investment. Hon. Sherman S. Rogers, one of the best ! known Republicans in western New York, f and president of the Buffalo Civil Service ' Reform association, does not see anything in , the charges that have been made against Mr. Blaine, and what he says about the matter is well worth attention. It is as follows: As for the old charges that he has used official position to advance his pecuniary interests, I do not think they have ever been substanti ated. They have been public many years and during that time he has been repeatedly chosen to high positions of trust. President Garfield made him his secretary of State with the general approbation of the party. It is clear that the people do not believe him to be a corrupt man. Nor do I. For the last ten years an electric light has beenturned on ! him and his actions almost constantly. What I public man who has been so long active and influential in our politics could have stood the examination better I do not hesitate to say that there was much more in the public career of the lamented Garfield which, for his complete exculpation, called for generous 1 trust in his own assertions of good motives than there is in that of Mr. Blaine. The truth seems to be, on this part of the case, that Mr. Blaine is suffering the natural pen alty of a successful and distinguished career.' He has for years been seen to be the most prominent Republican aspirant to the presi dency, and no one who has observed the methods of our politics ought to be surprised that both eulogy and obloquy in his case, as in the case of many great men who have pre ceded him, have exceeded the limitations of truth and fairness: RECENT PUBLICATIONS. Harper's for August is notable for its arti cles and illustrations dealing with American places "The Gateway of Boston," in which which W. H. Rideing describes and Messrs. Halsall and Garrett picture Boston Harbor; Salt Lake City, described by Ernest Inger eoll, with fifteen illustrations; and Richfield Springs, a paper with special reference to their medicinal waters, by J. F. Nott, M. D. Mr. Bonghton continues his chatty "Artist Strolls in Holland" in company with Mr. Ab bey. Art is represented by a paper on the work of "Associated Artists" by Mrs. Harrison, with charming illustrations of the needlework de signs of Mrs. Wheeler, Miss Dora Wheeler, and othere, as well oh by the frontispiece re production ot Mr. JWewing s roBe-pamtvng, "A ireiuae;" sport, Dy Antelope Jluntuiir in Montana," witn illustrations by Heard and Frost; history, by the first of a series of bril liantly written and illustrated papers "The Great Hall of William Ruftis," Treadwell Waldon. There Is ranch olln good matter, and the number as a whole unusually brilliant. The JMortn American iteview lor AitgiiH contains articles on the following HiiUjucts The Origin of Comets," by Richard Proctor; "Are We a Nation of Rascals!" b John F. Hume; "Mun and Brute," by George J. Komanes; " IM unit toward Centraliza tion," by Judge Julwurd G. Luring: "Thu American Element In Fiction," by Julian Hawthorne, and "Prohibition aad Persna sion," by Neal Dow and Dr. Dio Lewis. Lippinoott's Magazine for August has varied and attractive list of contents. The most entertaining article is the first of two or more papers containing "Personal Reeolleo tions of Charles Reade," by John Coleman, Reade's associate in many theatrical enter prises, and tne intimate friend of his late years. The second paper on tho "Suburbs of New York" treats of West Chester and Long Island, and is finely illustrated. In an article on "Vivisection," Dr. Albert Lefnner- well shows that his practice has done nothing for the mitigation of disease, and argues in favor of restricting it by law within the narrowest limits consistent with original re search. "A Word from a Woman Against rJ emaie auttrage " is pointed and cogent. Th second paper on "Life in a Russian Province is very readable and interesting, and short account of the "Confederate Postage stamps," witn engraved specimens, lias certain degree or historical value. A new story, by the popular author of "MollyBawn" and "Phyllis," is begun in tnis number. Tne Atlantic Monthly ior August opens with a continuation of Dr. Weir Mitchell's entertaining serial, "In War Time." The other continued articles of the number are Richard Grant White's third paper on "The Anatomizing of William Shakspere," and the second description of the adventures of A Cook's Tourist in Spain. "William Shields Liscomb contributes a scholarly essay on "The Twilight of Greek and Roman Sculpture." Lloyd O. Thompson furnishes a curious de scription of "The Zig-zag Telegraph." Charles G. Leland a paper on "The Edda Among the Algonquin Indians," Edward SI . Hayward a memorial sketch of Nathaniel Parker Willis. Under the title "An Old New England Divine," Kate Gannet Wells gives a descriptive sketch" of Ezra Stiles, one of the honored presidents of Yale College, and there are several other interesting ai cles. Before marriage: "Wooed and won." Af ter marriage; "Wood and one." Burlington Free Press. A new song is called: "Wilt Thou, O Wilt Thou? It is supposed to be dedicat ed to a collar and a pair of cuffs. Bos ton Post. Some philosopher says: "Put off nothing till to-morrow." This means, nearly beloved, that to oe nappy you snouia go to bed in your clothes, and disrobe in the morning. Puck. An exchange says that a Cincinnati dairv- man was recently drowned, it is supposed that the well sweep broke and he was carried down into the well with the bucket. Bur lington Free Press. A certain editor in Massachusetts alwavs sleeps with his head to the north not be cause he is superstitious at all, but because he can look out of the window on moonlight nights and see if the sheriff is coming. Burlington Free Press. Spiteful Good Samaritau (to friend with "hot coppers"): "What's the matter, old chappie i" Sufferer: "Oh, my dear boy, my brain is on fire ! What would you advise me to do ?" G. S.: "Well, if your brains are on fire, if I were you I should, er blow them out !" Judy. 'May I have the pleasure of seeing vou home!" he bashfully asked. "Certainly," he graciously replied. "There is a high hill just in front of the house, or, if you prefer it, you can climb a big tree in the cow lot. Go anywhere you can get a good view." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegram. A venerable Quaker on a Sunday evening was on his way to address a religious meeting when a young man in the street handed him a tract headed, "Stop, Prodigall" At the recent annual meeting of the Friends' Tract Association he spoke of the necessity of guarding against "indiscriminate distribu tion. New York Observer. The spirit of patriotism fills young Ameri ca to the brim during the early days of July. In one of our city schools the other day the teacher inquired: "Who can tell me any thing about George Washington t" Instantly not over clean hand was raised, and the boy to which it belonged was given leave to unload his wealth of information about .the father of his country. "School don't keep an his birthday" he shouted, and sat down. Hartford Post. - A western man is on record as making the briefest Fourth of July oration in history. xte had his speech by heart, but the multi tude frightened him. "Twenty years ago the place upon which you now stand was a howling wilderness I" he began. Not remem bering the next sentence, he repeated that one. There was immense applause, still he forgot. Attempt No. 3 was as follows: "Twenty years ago the place noon which vou now stand was a howling wilderness and and d n me if I don't wish it was now." j Boston Star. Malapropos: Talking of dinner parties, a genueman not long since was dining with a friend, and was asked to take down a cer tain lady. Now, there were two ladies pres ent, one a widow whose husband had not died in the odor of sanctity, the other a mar ried woman, whose husband had gone to Ceylon. The unfortunate thought he had the mamea laay on his arm, out it was the wid ow, and turning to her with his most fasci nating smile, he said, "Nice day this has been. "Do you think so I It has been so awfully hot," repled she. "Do you call this hot V said he, archly. "Why, it is nothing compared to the place your husband has gone to.!" Harper's Magazine. Cartons Antipathies in Horses. Chambers' Journal. My late father-in-law, a physician in ex tensive practice, once possessed a horeo named Jack, which was celebrated for hii many peculiarities and his great sagacity. One of his antipathies was a decided hatred to one particular melody, the well known Irish air, "Drops of Brandy." If anyone be gan to whistle or hum this air Jack would in stantly show fight by laying his ears back, grinding his teeth, biting and kicking, but always recovering his good temper when the music ceased. No other melody of music of any kind ever affected him; you might whistle or sing as long as you liked, provided you did not attempt the objectionable Irish air. One of the doctor's nephews and Jack were great friends. The lad could do almost I anything with him; but if he presumed to whistle the objectionable melody of Erin, Jack would show his displeasure by instantly j pulling off the lad's cap and biting it savage- i ly, but never attempting the smallest person al injury to the boy himself, and always ex hibiting his love when the Bounds ceased; thus saying, as plainly as a horse could say: "We are great mends, and l love you very much, out pray don't mane that odious noise, to which I entertain a very strong objection. ' Jack had another and very peculiar antipa thy he never would permit anything bulky to be carried by his rider. This came out for the first time one day when the doctor was going on a visit, and having to sleep at his friend s, intended to take a small handbag with him. On the groom handing this up to the doctor, after he was mounted, Jack who had been an attentive observer of the whole proceeding by craning his head around at once exhibited his strong displeasure by rearing, KicKmg, oucl-iumping, and libmg- 80 utterly unlike his usual steady-going ways that the doctor at once divined the cause. and threw the bag down, when Jack became perfectly quiet and docile; but instantly, how ever, re-enacting the same scene, when the groom once more offered tho bag to the doc tor. The experiment was repeated several times, and always with the same singular re sult; and at lengtn tne attempt was given up, when Jack trotted off on his journey, show ing the best of temper throughout. Why he should have exhibited this extraordinary dis use to carrying a small handbag, which was neither large in size nor heavy in weight, it was impossible even to guess. On another occasion the groom, wishing to bring homo with him a small sack contain ing some household requisite, thought to lay it across the front of his saddle; but Juck was too quick and too sharp for him. Instantly rearing, and then kicking violently, he threw the groom off on one side and the objectiona ble burden on the other. Alter this no furth er attempts were made to ruftle tho customa ry serenity of Jack's rather peculiar temper. The same gentleman also possessed a beauti ful bay mare called Jenny, remarkable for lier sweet temper and pretty hiving ways. She was a great favorite with the doctor's daughters, and would "shake hands" when asked, nnd kiss them in the most engaging manner, with a sort of nibbling motion of ber block lips lip nnd down the foee. Hlie would follow anyone she liked about the HeUls, answer to her name like a dog, and would al ways salute any of her favorites on seeing them with . that pretty low "htimmering" sound so common with pet horses, but never heard from thoso mibjeet to ill-treatment. But with all these graces, tho pretty nnd in teresting Jenny had several peculiar antipa thies, In one of which sho too somewhat re sembled a dog Wag, and that was a marked dislike to the singing voice ef one particular person, a lady, a relative of the doctor's. This lady went often to the stable to feed Jenny with lettuces or apples, and they wore always the best of friends; but so sure as she began to sing anything, Jenny instantly for got her good manners, lost all propriety, and exhibited tho usual signs of strong equine dis pleasure, although she never took the smallest notice of the singing or whistling of any other person, treating it apparently with indiffer ence. One day, as the doctor was driving tnis laay out, ne suggested, by way or expen ment, that she should begin to sing. In moment Jenny's ears were down flat, and great kick was delivered with hearty good will on to the front of the carriage; and more would doubtless have followed, hod not the lady prudently stopped short in her vocal efforts; when Jenny was herself again, and resumed her usual good behavior. Another and very remarkable peculiarity or Jenny s was her unaccountable antipathy to the doctor's wife. If that lady approached her, she would grind her teeth savagely and try to bite her in the most spiteful manner. What is perhaps even more singular, she would never, if possible, let the lady get into the carriage if she knew it. Jennv would turn her head and keep a lookout behind her, in the drollest manner possible; and the mo ment she caught sight of the lady approach ing tne carnage tor the purpose ot getting in Jenny would immediately commence her troublesome tantrums of biting and kicking So strongly did she object to drawing her mistress, that more than once she damaged the carriage with her powerful heels, so that the doctor was obliged to request his wife to approach the carriage from behind, while groom held Jenny's head, to prevent her looking around. t,ven this was not alwavi sufficient: for if the lady talked or laughed Jenny would actually recognize her voice, and the usual ' scene ' would be torthwith enacted. Now, the most singular part of this story is that this lady was, like all her family, a gen uine lover of all animals, especially horses. She was very fond of Jenny, and had tried in every way to make mends with her, and therefore her dislike to her mistress was all the more unaccountable, as there was not a shadow of cause for it. We can all under stand dislike on the part of any animal where there has been any sort of ill-usage; but it is wholly inexplicable when nothing but love and kindness has been invariably practised towards that animal. Jenny, I am afraid, was a great pet, and like all pets, was lull ot tads and tancies. One of these was certainly peculiar. Not far from the doctor's residence there was a par ticular gate opening into a field. As soon as Jenny came near this gate she would com mence her tantrums, rearing, kicking, plung ing, jibing, and altogether declining to pass it; and it was not until after the exercise of a great amount of patience and perseverance, by repeatedly leading her after much oppo sition nr to the crate and making her see it .and smell it thereby proving to her that it would do her no harm that at length she was brought to pass it quietly and without notice. What could have occasioned this strange antipathy to one particular gate it is impossible to guess, ror, untu sne came into the doctor's possession, she had never been in that part of the county, and therefore could have had no unpleasant recollections of this gate in any way. It is, however, possible that the gate in question might have strongly resembled some other gato elsewhere with which were associated disagreeable memories; for I well remember that some years ago, I often rode a fine young mare whieh had only recently come from Newmarket, where she had been trained. At nrst, she could never be induced to go down Botton Row without great deal of shying, jibing and roaring, and other signs of resistance and displeasure. And this was subsequently explained by the fact that the place where she was trained and exercised at Newmarket was a long road with a range of posts and rails, closely re sembling Botton Eow; and doubtless the mare was under the impression that this was either the same place, or that she was about to be subjected to the same severe training which she had undergone at Newmarket; hence her determined opposition. One more trait of Jenny's odd antipatnies must be mentioned before I conclude, and that was her fixed aversion to men of the working peasant class. She would never let such a man hold her by the bridle, or even approach her, without trying to bite him, and jerking her head away with every sign of anger and aversion while he stood near. Rut she never exhibited any feelings of dis like to well-dressed, clean, comfortable look ing persons, who" might have done almost anything with her, and with whom she would Bhake hands" or Kiss in tne gentlest possiuie manner. Of a truth, jenny was cenaiiuy unique in her odd fancies and peculiar be havior in every way; a singular mixture of good and evil, a spiteful, vindictive temper on the one hand, combined with the utmost affection and docility on tne otner. ntMfMt. nlace in the citv to buy wood by the cord. half cord, quarter cord or barrel. Orders by mail or telephone will receive prompt attention 3VEW HAVEN WOOD YARD. noMtfl EAST ST., OPP. M YRTLE. Tremendous Reductions ! Daring: the remainder of the season we will close out our stock or Parasols and Sun Umbrellas AT HALF PRICE! These goods must toe sold, and the prices we have marked them will clear them out in a short while. So Dome Early. GAUZE UNDERWEAR A fi ull line in all grades and sizes in Misses', Boys', Ladies' and Gents'. WILCOX & CO., 761 UJSTIZ 767 CHAPEL STREET. THE "ANDREWS," KEELER A CO., Eastern Agents. SEND FOR CIRCULAR. 83 TO 91 WASHINGTON STREET, CORNER ELM, a2mws6mnr BOSTON. CONNECTICUT RIVER SHAD. Oregon Salmon, Sort Crabs, Hard Crabs, l,Ivc Lobsters, Sea Bn, Blaek Flli, Trout and Mackerel. A. FOOTE & CO.'S, STATS ST- jyio House and Sign Painting, CHAINING and PAPERING IT RANSOM HILLS, 49Q State Street, TOMrS BLOCK. Choice aclectionB of WALL PAPKRS, KleKftnt and Attractive (lilt Pajers, Borders to nwtcli. Contract fr Decorating. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH. WINDOW 0LA88, BRUSHES, and all material pcrtalnliifc to tho biwinefw. a'JO 3rn TliotiHiimlt IIiimIcikmI lo Tliclr 4 raven By H'I.vIiir on Uwllmotitnl wrltUm in vivid Ktuwfiiff latiiciiaKH of aointt miramtoim curoH ntndn by hoiii largely pufTod up doctor or pahml mndirltin luut haMlmcd tlioiiMfttidsj to thpfrwaviw:; 11 in nuidcr httT lrK almoMt .mum faith that the mtmy itilrnrln will Iw itcrformiMl on them that thoNO tttlriuJtiulM uinii tloit, whllo th fto-caltcd mmUciim in ull tha tfiu haxtcniiiK thorn to their grarcn. Although wu har TlioiiNUiidi Upon TIioiimhihU I t I of tcNlinionlahi of the wooderful curw, voluntarily tent u, we do not publish tucnn, an they do not make the curt B. It In our medio! nn, Hop Bitten, that make the cures. It has nrer failed and never can. We will give reference to anyone for any dltteaao similar to their own if desired, or will refer to any neighbor, as there is not a neighborhood In the known world but can show its cures by Hop Bitters. A loosing Joke. l prominent physician of Pittsburg to a lady patient who was complaining of her continued ill health and of his inabllly to cure her, jokingly said: "Try Hop Bitters ?" The lady took It In earnest and used the Bitters, from which she obtained perma nent health. Sha now laughs at the doctor for hi joke, but he is not so well pleased with It, as it cot him a good patient. Fees of Doelora. The fees of doctors at $3 a visit would tax a man for a year and in need of a daily visit over $1,000 a year for medical attendance alone. And one single bottle of Hop Bitters taken in time would save the $1,000 and all the year's sickness. Given up by the Doctor. "Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey is up and at work, and cured by so simple a remedy !" "I assure you it is true that he is entirely cured, and with nothing but Hop Bitters, and only tea days ago his doctors gave him up and said he must die from Kidney and Liver trouble." 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