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TOE LARGEST DAILY NEWSPAPER 1ST THE CITY. OFFICE, 400 STATE STREET. E HAVEN, CONN. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4 1884. NO. 231. , , , . ' " ' a THE CARRIUfGTON FCBMSHIBIC CO. ' ' ' . : O VOL. LII. selling Blankets are cheaper than the other stores. Rorsfes 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 find it to their advantage to give us a call. CULLOIH A CO. jegltf - 108 FRANKLIN STBEET. REMOVAL. We have removed to our new Building Nos. 821-823 Grand Street, Which is very spacious, well lighted, and four en tire floors on which to display our new styles of Furniture of all Kinds. We are now carry a very large stock and will be ble to meet the demands of our constantly Increas g trade. THE SAME LOW PRICES And Liberal Terms as have here tofore been the feature of of this establishment. P. J. KELLLY & CO., No is. 821 XXXXC3. 823 GRAND STREET. Jy9 GEORGE W. BUTTON, ARCHITECT. Fruft, Foreign and Domestic, WHOLESALE and RETAIL. mStf 1.075 Chapel Street. VAULTS AND CESSPOOLS, Be sure your Vaults and Cess pools are In good condition be fore hot weather gets here. Send your address to A. N. FARKHAM, P. O. BOX 275 CITY, OR MAY BE LEFT AT R. B. BRADDEY & CO.'S, 408 State street, ROBT VE1TCH & SON'S, 874 Chapel street. in'-' FIRST-CLASS GROCERIES. TEA. COFFEE. SPICES. i imv . k pptn h rnir. mi Kinas. aauv. Choice Creamery Butter. A full line of Sea Food oil kinds in their sea-s.ii. Prices as low as the low Orders taken and goods delivered. EDWARD F. DVB1ND, au! 860 State Street, for. Clark. i;:.Ar vis:cinc medicine. MARK in. gmat EvotisaTRAOE MAR It llZMrnr. An nninuing enre far Senilnal Weak- c, S pcniintorrhcrii, I ro- L potency, and all inseasa that follow M tqnnc of Self-Abase t as ! of Mectrr, Universal Ij ritnd, Faininth Back. tJmnes of Virion, Pwrna tnr Old Am. and maor otl.PT dieai4thntIwdto I. m rnmtinn BEFORE TARW3.d T tonEB..TF!J,!? fc7ARoradvrrtlnwrt to reluml mocty, when drnfRtaWfrw whomthemuclnelboihtToKcr bfd, fcot re'r yom to 1 tnanafactonn, and the requirement n nch that lhy are mldom, mvmm, complied with. See their written gnaran;e. A trial of one Hi rlfl p-'kage r Gray's Spec-tit will convince tha most skeptical of r tOaaico u-t -f counterfeit-, we have adopteJ ib Yellow Wrapper ; onjyxenulne. . . ... . . tV"Iil 1 unrtif-alart la onr pampalet. whirL w deane to rend free t maU to every ir. The Specific MeotriM Is sol by all dnircfc at 1 per package, w wp-cliee;esf(.rt6,crw:llbsentfre 1J matt The Cray Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. T. M1I BY RICHARDSON fc CO rSW lUTEtt. COM. - UNIVERSITY OF BUFFALO, Laboratory or Chkmistry, Cor. Main and Virginia Streets, Buffalo, N. Y., May 88, 1888. Messrs. A. Helleb & Bro.: Gentlemen I have carefully analyzed the sam iles of Hungarian Wines submitted to me by yon, and And them to be perfectly pure, unwatered, an- fortified, unadulterated in any sense. They are. moreover, most pleasing to the palate, and possess qualities which render them very valuable as mild gitmulants. I am, gentlemen, Yours most respectfully, R. A. WITTHAUS, A. M., M. D. Prof, of Physiological Chemistry, University of Kew York. Prof, of Chemistry and Toxicology, University of RiifTAlo. Prof, of Chemistry and Toxicology, University of Vermont. I am Sole Agent in the New England States for .t house of A. Heller Bro.. of Bud lire IIXIJW D Pest, Hungary, and New York. HUGH J. REYNOLDS, Nos. 152 & 154 Crown St New Haven, Conn. au28 Hm,n,.a nohllitv ''."'.ITTZ.im ruit . .Mn ItOOk I nl IVUUHVHlii.j . Hi Wines ducntxon. 'The Elderage, FAMILY and Day school, 130 Sherman Avenue. Course of studv from Primary to Collegiate. Special attention given to English language and literature. Reopens September 23. The sS18t MISSES BANGS, Principals. Bliss Nott's English and French Family and Bay School for Vouns ladles. 33 Wall street, New Haven, Conn. The 12th year be gins Tuesday, Sept. 23. Circulars sent upon P plieation. Bel 4w A Training Class for Kintergart ners. Will open in New Haven, Conn., September 23. For circulars address MISS AKGELXN'E BKOOKS, lo Home Place, New Haven, Conn. jy3 2taw, tham3m . " Miss I.. A. Miller's School o, tt-VL&c Reopens Sept. 15, 1SS4. Vocal and Instrumental Music Tausjit. Good instruction given at moderate prices. Office hours from 2 to 7 p. m. 778 Chapel street, Room 2. sel 3m Miss Annah 3. Chapin -VITTLIj commence Vocal and Instrumental In V struction, 27 Insurance Building, on Sept. 11. Lesson hours, Monday and Thursday each week, from 2 until o'clock. For terms, &c , inquire at M. Steinert's music store, No. 777 Chapel street, or at my residenceJbiaottagesn-eet. sq2 lm MISS 0RT0N AND MISS NICHOLS, Successors to the Misses Edwards, -will -, nw. tViuir TTno-iiali iiiiii French Day School for Young Ladies and On WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 24. Circulars can be obtained on application at se2 1m NO. 57 ELM STBEET. PIANOFORTE. HARMONY AND COMPOSITION MRS. JOIIX L. BRASD Will recommence her Ijossons on MONOA, SEPTE5IBEB 8th, And has vacancies for a few pupils. Terms mod- erate- 121 YORK STBEET, 82 3mo Two doors from Crown. Greenwich Academy. Usual Literary Courst'K. with Musical Institute and Commercial College. Founded 180. Both sexes. Influences decidedly religious. Home care and comforts. Charmingly located on Narragan sett Bay, and on direct route from New York to Boston. Grand opportunities for salt water bathing and boating. Terms moderate. Opens Sept. 1. Catalogue free. . Rev. O. H. FEKNALD, A. M., Frlncl pal.astresnwlcli, BI. Test end institute. MRS. CADY'S School for Young Ladies and Misses, and Kindergarten for Little Girls will commence the fifteenth year on THURSDAY, Sep tember 23th. Pupils not otherwise connected with the school may enter the classes in French, 1 aim ing and Elocution, or may receive private instruc tion Mile. Tournier, an accomplished French lady, will have charge of the French. Circulars sent on application at the school. No. 99 Howe st. a23 lm F. A. FOWLER, TEACHER OF PIANO, ORGAN and HARMONY. AUSTIN BUILDING, 337 CHAPEL STREET, Rooms 8 and 9. A correct touch a specialty. au30tf Miss Fannie C Howe. CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE (Italian method) and PIANO INSTRUCTION. Charles T. Howe, FLUTE AND PIANO INSTRUCTION, 102 CROWN STREET, NEAR TEMPLE STREET. gelBtf SHORTHAND ! T71VERY person should be able to write short hj haw,A it ic lwiminp- itiflisnensable in business in our courts and in newspaper offices, besides being a valuable accomplishment in every day lite. It is the bes-t capital a young man can have. For young ladies H. -per.s a 'Vi'.A both pleasant and prontauie. lw mnil at. reduced rates. Send for our "Compendium of Self -Instruction" and learn this art at home. Hundreds have done it. Y ou can doit. $1.00 post paid. Circulars free. COGSWELL'S SCHOOL OF PHONOGRAPHY, NEW HAVEN", COXJf. i uw mrcT. A Wis CONSERVATORY ORMUSIC. MUSIC. Vocal and Instrumental and Tunuil:!. AHT. Drawing. Painting. ModelinR and Fortraltnre. i rrnu v I i....tTirn .nil ltiLuruaarrK. HOME. Elegant accommodations forSOOlady students i'i I I, TEKM esuis Sept. 11th. Beautifully 111 d Calendar free. Address E. TOUTWEE, Director. ' o. 847 Chapel street. Fall term begins Monday September 1st. Day and evening sessions. Apply for circular giving full information ami HOPKINS GRAMMAR SCHOOL Preoarlne Boys for the Classical and Scientific Departments ol laic College. Fall Term Opens Thursday, Sep tember lo. For particular information call on or address W. . uuntllil.. lo r.im taietri.. ... YALE BUSINESS COLLEGE. New Haven, Conn. BANKING DEPARTMENT. OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. For further information call at the College. Office No. 37 Insurance Bnlldlng, Or enclose three two cents stamps for new illus trated catalogue giving lull particulars. Anaress am ik . t . lui Eitiw.p. R. & J.M. 57, 59 & 61 ORAMEST., FURNITURE DEALERS AND UNDERTAKERS, Hixn thft finost Painted Bedroom Suits in the city. New Parlor Suits, v alnut iiedroora &uus. Thft bftst, snnncr Bea lor tne money. Snlinfr- Ttattjin. C!ane and Rush Seat Chairs in great variety, as low as can oe uuuguu UNDERTAKING Dromntlv attendfMl to. nieht or day. with care. Also Sole Aeenta for Washburn's Deodoring and TtiinfAr1.n0 TfttiiH a new lot oi oiaing tjnairs ana otoois to reui ior imps or Tunerai. .t r JRUHKS. TRUNKS, TRUNKS, BAGS ! BAGS ! BAGS ! A complete stocK of Tourists' Articles. The only exclusive trunk store in the city. Trunks, Bags and Sample Cases made to order. Repairing a specialty. Old trunks taken In exchange. Good Goods at Low prices at CROFUT & CO.'S, QIO Ola.i0Eel. Street BELOW THE BRIDGE. ELECTRICITY IS LIFE. Why will people cling to the absurb idea that they must take, medicine? Electricity will reach where medicine has failed, as 15 years4 experience has proved. If you are troubled with Catarrh, or Neural gia, or Rheumatism, Throat or Lnng Troubles, Gen- tu ieiMuty, xLcxumuue, jviuiiey iisease. cry ELECTRICITY. Go and see Dr. Cuinmings. His method differs from all others. His success is wonderful. Ladies treated successfully. Ladies can consult with the Doctor's wife afternoons. Consultation free. DR. J. W. CUMMINGS, : No 4 Church Street. oclS WOOD'S BLOCK. Blair BROADWAY CASHrORE. Read Oar Reduced Prices. Round Steak 16c lb. Tenderloin Steak 20c lb. Porterhouse Steak 20c lb, Best Rib Roast Beef 16c lb, Chuck Roast Beef 12c lb. Corned Beef 8 to 16c lb Beef Tongue 16c lb, Beft's Liver 8c lb. Beef Suet Uc lb, Hindquarter Lamb 16c lb, Forequarter Lamb 12c lb, Lamb Leg 18c lb. Lamb Loin 16c lb. Lamb Breast 8c lb, Pork and Pork Steak 11c lb, Pork Sausages 11c lb. Whole Ham 15c lb, Whole Should ers 11c lb. 14U lbs of Granulated Sugar for $1. The very Best New Process Flour $6.75 .a barrel, or 90c a bag. . ... , Please tell your friends and neighbors or our great reduction. We will sell lower than anyone m the city. PAUL. JEXTE &. BROS., lOl AND 107 BROADWAY. Notice to Contractors. SEWERS AND GRADING. City Engineer's Office, 17 City Ham., f New Haven, Conn., Aug. 21, 1884. ( SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this office until 7:30o'clock Wednesday evening, Sep tember 3, 1884, for constructing sewers and appur tenances, and for grading, as follows: SEWERS. Bradley street, from William street to Railroad B Madison street, from Bradley street to Franklin 8tTMV;,i .t.t fmm Ttowe street to Dwight street. Orange street, from Cauner street to Avon street. Park street, from George street to Oak street. Prout street, from Meadcw street easterly. Washington street, from Howard avenue to Cedar street. GRADING. Chatham street, from Clinton avenue to Downing street. , . fi Maltbie street, from Lomoara sireev street. ' , i,.nr. Blank forms ot proposal, sou evciv ''""'2 concerning plans, specincations, douus, o-., ... furnished upon application. No proposal ill be received after the time speci .mi .ii nrATuwnls not. ak the blanks funushed. or not properly filled out will be rejected. ine rigntio reject mi a.. By order of the BoardV Pubhcorks. au22.23.set1.2.8 City Engineer. POTATOES: POTATOES. POTATOES. Here you go ! The best in market for 25c and 30c MeaiS LO go WllU mem t am f FLOIB! FI.OtIBJJ lfi,MUJii! Good Flour a specialty at $7 per barrel, stacper ba?- . nteaK lc, i-ic auu inu ijct iu""' HI TTEll ! BUTTER I III ! : GOOD1 BETTER ! : bm : ! i 22. 6c. C I AM BOUND TO SELL. Peaches every day. tSTelephone. Goods delivered. Call at 97 Whalley Avenue. E. S. STEVENS. mil4 - . THE "EDDY REFRIGERATOR FOB FAMIL.Y USE. The Dlace to find the best Refrigerator is to know where the Eddy is sold. That is lust penect n every respect. Sold by OAL.PI1V, . S6Q Slate Street. ot onlv to the suffes Iwasted by disease doe Ridge s r ooa suppio ment the proper medi- Icine and brmg back (strength and comfort. out the delicate motner will find its daily use l-inst what is needed to fcueek and supplement the drain made upon na ture's forces. Try it, mothers, and be con. vinced. Recipes to suit ldifferent tastes accom pany each can. Tt.does not tax the digestive organs. on ut is strenirthening to both invalids and children Sold by druggists. 33e. up. WOOLRICn & CO., SMALLPOX CAN BE REMOVED L3SOX c3 CO., London, Perf umer3 to Her Majesty the Queen, have invented ana patemea wie wonu-rwiuwiieu IlIiITERATOR, Which removes Smallpox Marks of however long RtandinK'. The application is simple and harmless, causes no inconvenience and contains nothing inju rious. Send for particulars. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. LEON & CO.'S "Depilotory" Removes Superfluous Hair in a few minutes without pain or unpleasant sensation never w gi-uw Mgaiu. Simple and harmless. Full directions sent by mail. Price $1. GEO. W. SHAW, Gen. Kgl., 210 A TREMONT STREET, BOSTON, MASS. mSSeod&w M A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Prnnarpd from the recioe of Dr. Steohen Sweet, of Connecticut, the great natural Bone-Setter. Has been used for more than fifty years and is the best Known remeuy iur rwic uuiaimiu, ncuiaiftiojtaiiia, Bruises. Burns, Cuts, Wounds, and all external in juries. DODD'S NERVINE AND IN V1UOKATOK. Standard and reliable, and never fails to comfort the aged and help everybody who uses it. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS TRY IT. nl3eod&wtf JOHN E. EARLE, IVo. 3oO Chapel Street, Sew Haven, Conn. Gives his personal attention to procuring Patents for Inventors. IN THE UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES A practice of more than fourteen years, and fro- ?uent visits to the Patent Office has given him a amiliarity with every department of, and mode of proceeding at, the Patent Office, which, together witn tne race tnat ne now visits wasmngton semi monthly to cive 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 ind particularly to those whose applications hare been rejected an examination of 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 unequaled. Keiers to more than one tnousand clients tor w nom he has procured Letters Patent. jyl8d&w RUIN OVERTAKES THE MAN "T7"HO tries to sell Coal, Flour or Butter as cheap T V as the Independent Dealer at 84 Church street. Best Family Flour SG.50 per barrel, and by the bag 85c. Old Government Java Coffee 25c lb. Fine Teas 20, .30, 40 and SOc per pound. Best Syrups tutu muioMca niw pel gmiuii. Great B titter Sale this Week of 50 tubs at 20c per pound, and the Choicest Cream ery Butter 4 1-2 lbs. for $1.00. Butter in o-io pans, i.3i. Butter in lu-lb tubs, S2.20. Ijehlsh Coal. Always 25 cents per ton cheaper than other deal 's, ask ior nrsi-ciass joaL step in and see me. I H CO W. H. HUGHES, 1 W Independent Coal Dealer, 34 CHVBCH STRUCT. au2A flptaa f 1 V U T CORSET. ELASTIC AND EASC 1ST ANY POSITION This Corset expands and contracts with the breathing and yields to every move ment of the wearer, making an EASY and ELEGANT IT. For sale everywhere, PRICE $1.00. For sale by M. A. T0MLISS0N New Haven, Conn seldawlm GRATEFUL COMFORTING. EPPS' COCOA. BREAKFAST. 'By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern tne operations or aigestion and nutri tion, and bv a careful application of the fine nronnr. ties of well-selected Cocoa. Mr. Epns has nrovideH our breakfast tables with a delicately flavored bev erage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. It is hv the hidicious use of such articles of diet thai. a constitution may be grradually built up until strong enougn to resist every uuiuctmjj w uusease. .Hun dreds of subtile malaoues are floating aroimd ra ready- to attack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pnre blood and a properly nourished frame." Civil Service Gazettee. I Made simply with boiling water or milk. Sold In I tins only (1-2 lb and lb) by Grocers, tabled thus: JAMES EPPS & Co., Homoeopathic Chemists, au7tues& wed is London. England. J ft PeoBle 's Dry BLANKETS' FROM AUCTION. We have received another large lot of Blankets Irom Auction, and shall offer them on MONDAY MORNING at irice which we will GUARANTEE to be than equal value can be bought for elsewhere in this city. A comparison solicited. A GRAND EXHIBITION ol" tine Turkish Rugs, Portias and Embroideries of Pal ace Work sold at less than AUCTION PH.IOBS by native Armenians from the far East. This sale will last but a few weeks. Ask to see the three and four hundred years old Rugs. PROCTOR J NEW HAVEN. LIEBIG COMPANY'S ANN TT AIi SALE 8,000,000 JABS. An Inraliiable tonio in all eases of weak digestion and IT . . . 1. 1 L 1 : . .k.UJulM.nlH J .. J . . . . Jt Knkl.A isn anocess ana b MQBwriiiBniiwiHireiiiii.i connection wlta uaron xaeoiR, i' SoeMedical Press, Lancet, British Medical Journal, 6c. un hereby informed that the Iaebig Gom- To be had of all Storekeepers, Grocers, and Chemists. pany are the only manufacturers who are) Sole Agents for the United States (wholesale only) O, Darid A Co., able to offer the arUole with Baron Iiiebig'a 9, Fenchoroh Arenue, Lioudon, fingland. e siarantee of gennlneneBS. LIlfCOLtf SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY AND STORAGE WAREHOUSE, 32 To 38 EAST 48d STREET, (Opposite Grand Central Pepot.) Xew Vork. A BUILDING FIREPROOF THROUGHOUT 'nw reartv for the transaction of business. Boxes rented at from S10 to $300 per year. Silver, Trunks and packages stored under guarantee. Private entrance, Reception and Toilet Kooms lor iaaies. rn..i nnivtn T?w,.ittir,n nnd 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 a Specialty. .--...-.. THOS. Ij- JAMES, A. VAN S ANTVOORD. FreSltteilt. Tiwriraiucuu H- B. EDGAR. J. R. VAN WORMER, Secretory, Superintendent. PEACHES, Orangex, Lemons, Bananas, water melons, Citron Melons, Apples, Tomatoes, Sweet potatoes And Everything liept In a first-class Cirocery. HARRY LEIGH, 670 Chapel Street. Telephone. aulJ I. S. MILLER, 31. IX 318 Cliapcl Street, between Or aiitfe and Church Streets. Residence, - - Tontine iioiei SEW IIAVEiV, CO!W. OFFICE HOURS 3 to 12 a. m., 2 to 6 p. m. 7 to m. UNDAY to 10 a. m.. 5 tofi p. m. m im Elastic Hose. KNEE CAPS, ANKLETS AND 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 fail to appreciate. OUR STOCK OF TRUSSES, Manufactured especially for our retail trade. eludes 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 roper adjustment of all appliances. E. L. "Washburn, K. D., 0t OHUROH AND 033KTTBR. OX BENEDICT BUILDING. DEPOT CARS PAS9-THE DOOR. 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 qua! 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 w noiesaio wju ' i.... 1 1 A ransnren Avenue. A. FEIILBERG, .mtT-nir l Tk "VTT7T O AC Tl 1il T.FTTNOTON AVENUE. NEAR 29th STREET, NEW YORK. tfir. H 1 and 5 to 7. Diseases of the Nervous system, Genito Urinary organs, impotence and sterility. ra6daw8m e. II. Gldnejr Dentist 78 7 Chapel st. north aide, op.Armatro'sr iarsves aoomi a t omvirni; ARTIFICIAL TEETH. Teeth Extracted, 25 Cent.. With Cat or Ether SO Cent.. The dread of having teeth filled is greatly lessened by careful treatment and skillful operations. Office nyurs irQia o u k Goods Sore MAGUIRE k CO., EXTRACT OF MEAT FINEST AND CHEAPEST MEAT . FLAVOURING STOCK FOR SOUPS, MADE DISHES & SAUCES. CAUTION. Gennine ONLY with fac-simile of Baron Iaebipr's signature in Bine Ink across Label. The Baron. Uebis"and hia photograph having been nai1 hv al.m llftVilll? HO debility. Endorsed, try KiysitxLans. 0 CUKE9 ALL DISEASES OF THE 3EEDMTEYB LIVIE BLADDER AITD TmHTAB,T ORGANS DBOP8J GBAVEL DTABBTES BBIGHT'8 DISEASE FAINS TUT TEE BACK LOrNS OR SIDE By the use of this h. and Bowels speedily regain their strength, and the blood is purified. It is pronounced by hundreds of the 1ms t doctors to be the ON LY CTJRE for all kinds ol Kidney Dis- It is -Ditrely vege table, and cures when, other medicines fail. It is prepared ex pressly for these dis eases, and has never been known to fail. One trial, will con vince 70a. For sale by all druggists. PRICE 1.35. Send for Pamphlet of Testi monials HUNT'S ZTSRVOUB pitEASES RETENTION OB NON-RETENTION OP EE3IEDT CO., Providence, It. I. 4 TXRINE. IIHIHyilUllllllllllllllUEillllHIHIIIIHI A happy surprise it was to Mr. A. E. Norton, of Bristol, Conn., when Athxofhoros put him on his feet, and Bent him cheerfully about his business. Let him tell his own story : "About three weeks ago I was taken with a severe crick in the back. Forfonrdays I was unable to turn In bed without help, and when lifted up could not stand on my feet. I was induced to try Aihlophobos, after all the usual remedies failed. In 20 minutes after taking- the first 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 nave come to my knowledg-e its use has been attended with the same results." A poor man in Philadelphia had to bor row a dollar to buy a bottle of Athxophoros. On account of his poverty his name shall remain a secret. He had suffered terribly from Rheu matism. He gratefully writes: "I took my first dose Tuesday afternoon, and on Wednesday, after bnt Beven doses, I had ' not a sharp or severe ache left. Then I rednced the dose one-half and took the remainder of the bottle. X was able to be steady at work till Sat urday, when I took a severe cold and was un . able to nse my left hand. I purchased another bottle and by bed-time I found relief. The medicine is all you claim for it." Investigate Athxophoros all you pleasel Find all the fault you choose with it ! and yet the fact remains, that it is doing what no other medicine ever could do for Bheu matism and Neuralgia. If you cannot get Athxophoros of your drug gist, we will send It express paid, on receipt of 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 a3 directed. JITHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST.. NEW YORK. M.......a.....mir """Minimum Our store will be closed f "5""" "j from 8 a m to 8 n m. to enable our clerks to hold ineS Third Auai Rcnic at Pawson Park via steam- . ... I I 1 .. Off or iverma. PEACHES. PEACHES TW.hM.nre verv high. We receive about fifty baste dly IndVhen they are cheaper we shaft handlmorS' We are selling as low a pe If you want some come and see us. We sold about 7UU nSoflnetSnTwatermelons at 30c each-large . IveSregkoDly lacdo, Lima Beans, natives, only SOc peck. New SweetPotoioes only 35c pk. le7onTo5i a dozen. ' io5 or" : i.iu tnr Rummer use. Cereal FlaKes, a very at 13c a package S for 25c- wiSwVoTtobuy your Peaches for canning, and you win s ft D. M. WELCH & SON, Nos. 28 and 30 Congress Avenue. SUS7 Thirty A I Teen fiooord. wmmmm Notice Mice gttc Soxtrtral tend (SomAex. Xlie Oldest Daily Paper Published in Connecticut. THE C ARRTNGTON PUBLISHING CO. SINGLE COPIES TWO CBMTS. Delivered by Carreers in thk City, 12 cents a Week, 43 cunts a Month, $5.00 a Year. The Same Terms Bt Mam.. Rates of Advertising. SITUATIONS WANTED, one Insertion 80c; each subsequent Insertion 25c WANTS, RENTS, and other small advertisements occupying not more than six lines, one insertion 75c ; each subsequent i nsertion 25c One square (one inch) one insertion, $1.30: each subsequent insertion, 40 cents; one week, $8.30; one month. $10.00. 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In all cases the name of the writer will be required, not for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Thursday, September 4, 1884. REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES 6. BLAINE, or Itlaine. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, JOHN A. LOGAN, or Illinois. .State Electoral Ticket. ELECTORS.AT-LAROE, Theodore D. Woolsey, of New Haven. Charles A. Williams, of New London. : DISTRICT ELECTORS, 1st District I.Luther Spencer, of Suffield. 2d District Joseph E. Silliman, of Chester. 3d District James S. Atwood, of Plainfield. 4thDistrict Frederick Miles, of Salisbury, For State Officers. for governor, HENRY B. HARRISON, of New Haven. ! FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, LOERIN A. COOKE, of Barkhamsted. ; FOR xfl-.v .TARY OF "STATE, CHARLES A KTJSSELL, of Killingly. FOR TREASURER, t V. B. CHAMBERLAIN, of New Britain, j FOR COMPTROLLER, LUZERNE I. MUNSON, of Waterbury. j THE STATE AND RAILROADS. Mr. Arthur T. Hadley of this city is the author of two interesting papers on "Rail-t road Legislation in Italy" which have ap4 peared in the Railroad Gazette. A thorough inquiry has been made by the Italian gov eminent to determine the advantages and disadvantages of state management as op-j posed to private management of railroads; The investigation was begun in 1878. Hj was continued dnring three successive minis-i tries. It embraced every branch of the rail-j road problem: It ended in the conclusion that state management is more expensive and! less satisfactory to the public than private management, and in the recommendation! that the policy of absorption by the state of railroads under private or corporate manage ment be abandoned, and that all the state railroads be leased at fixed rentals or placed under corporate management with participa tion of earnings. Mr. Hadley makes a clear and forcible summary of the main points of the report. The commissioners found that most of the pleas for state management are based upon the idea that the state can perform many services much cheaper than they are per formed by private companies. They declared this idea to be a mistake. The tendency is decidedly the other way. Private companies can do for their patrons a good many things which the state cannot; but it is doubtful whether the state would be justified in doing anything or tne sort winch private compa nies cannot. The state is much more likely to attempt to tax industry than to foster it. And when it attempts to tax industries it is more omnipotent and less responsible than a private corporation. Comparing state and private railroads "in different countries the commissioners found that the ratio of operating expenses to gross earnings is always greater on state railroads averaging eleven per cent, more in all the countries compared. Mr. Hadley 's summing up also includes the fol lowing: The political dangers would be very great. Politics would corrupt the railroad management, and the railroad management would corrupt politics. These effects have already been seen in actual working. Changes of rates are made for the sake of influencing elections. A questionable experiment was recently made in Belgium in the matter of railroad tariffs; it had been adopted by the government as a means of currying popular favor a kind of bribery to which there is a great temptation. It wonld not be hard to find similar instances in other countries on both sides of the Atlantic. Acting on the report cf the commission the Italian government has decided to get rid of its railroads. The scheme is to have private companies buy the existing rolling stock out right at a valuation and keep it in repair as a part of operating expenses. Then from the gross receipts a certain sum per mile is to be set apart for renewal of Tails, and another fixed sum .for betterments, while addition al rolling stock is to be provided for in i manner analoeous to our "car trusts." For ordinary expenses and profits 62J per cent. of the gross receipts is allowed, 27J per cent, goes to the State for use of its lines,and the remainder is expected to cover the cost of renewals, betterments and car trusts, These are the percentages allawed on an as sumed basis of $42,400,000 gross earnings. If the earnings exceed that sum a different division is to be made, and a portion of the excess is to be applied to the reduction of rates. s . This action of tne Italian government is very important. It ought to have an im pression on the people of this country who imagine that the government can do railroad business better than private companies can; EDITORIAL NOTES. People rar ely get too old to want an office. Moodv Currier, nominated for governor of New Hampshire by the Republicans Tuesday, is seventy-eight years old. - The New York World's pictures of noted soldiers at the camp at Niantic are about as bad as the pictures of the Siamese twins which disfigure the Bridgeport Farmer. F. Marion Crawford will have a new novel out soon. The hero is said to be an ideal American politician. Can it be that the clerk of the court . of common pleas of New Haven county has got into a novel? The fact that the British government has abandoned its claim to a royalty of ten per cent, on private wires is significant of the strength of public sentiment against a gov ernment monopoly of the telegraph. . " It is now estimated that the war premium claimants in the Alabama claims court will get about $5,500,000 of the award. About 600 of the first class claims remain to be ad judicated, but it is certain that a large proportion of them will be thrown out. Those already settled and now in process of settlement amount to about $3,000,000. There is at least one man in Paris who knows something about the art of advertising. One of his advertisements reads as follows: Tea and coffee contain tannic acid, the es sential part of oak and hemlock; milk con tains albumen and fibrin in the same manner as flesh and skin. Add milk to coffee and a turbidity ensues, of which each particle is a tannate of fibrin, i. e., an atom of leather. In a lifetime a man thus consumes a hundred pair of boots, but no mad could thus con sume the elegant and scientific foot-wear only to be found at 5 Ru de The Hartford Telegram having referred to the Hon. Henry B. Harrison as "somewhat of a disciple of George William Curtis in po litical matters," the Bridgeport Standard very properly retorts: Mr. Harrison could teach Mr. Curtis the rudiments of political insistency and political honor, and when that had been done could instruct him in the true bearing of moral character in the availa bility of a candidate and the duty of all honarable men to their country in that con nection. Mr. Harrison would as soon go to Daniel Manning for instruction in political principles, or to William H. Barnnm, as to George William Curtis. Mr. Curtis could at the feet of Mr. Harrison with trreat advantage and learn some possible method for recovering a rvirfinn i if T. ...- ..... .1 0 t - ' ' l. confidence which he has abused and thrown away. Remarkable revelations are reported at a recent meeting of the medical committee at Marseilles. Experience has shown that cholera will rage during two consecutive years in the same place. It has been ascer tained that cholera made its first appearance at Marseilles last year, a case followed by death having occurred in the hospital, in a room containing numerous other patients. The disease made a good many victims. The Mayor, who was immediately advised of the fact, proceeded to the hospital. Energetic measures were taken to prevent further con tagion, and in order to avoid panio in the town the Mayor solicited and secured the silence of all persons aware of the facts. The chief surgeon, two house surgeons, a warder, and two Sisters of Mercy took an oath to di vulge nothing, which was strictly kept till the whole proceeding was made known to the medical committee. There is good evidence that Cleveland is a free trader. Henry L. Nelson, Speaker Car lisle's private secretary, writes to the Boston Herald that "there is no doubt of Mr. Cleve land's position, and he is as thoroughly in earnest in the cause of revenue reform as his friend Mr. Dorsheimer. In the contest in congress last winter he stood with Carlisle and Morrison, and against Randall. It is within my personal knowledge that he wrote letters to New York members of congress urging them to vote with Mr. Morrison, both on the question of consideration and on the motion to strike out the enacting clause of the Morrison bill. At least one vote and perhaps more were gained for the bill by these letters." The position held by Mrj Nelson gave him an opportunity to know whereof he speaks, and he goes on to say that Mr.' Cleveland "is as aggressive against protection as any Of the men who made". Mr.1 Carlisle speaker." BAD. The objection to stale jokes probably takes its origin from the fact that jokes are badin age. Somerville Journal. "Yes," said the merchant, "I always mark the most expensive of my goods as 'sold' during the holiday season. Then when wo men read the signs it makes them crazy to have the same article, and they are so disap pointed that I finally promise to try and get them another which, of course, I have no trouble in doing. Oh, it's a great scheme, I tell you, and never fails." Rockland Courier-Journal. "Do you know, George, I wish you would stay at home to-morrow." "Why, darling?" Oh, because this afternoon a terrible-looking tramp came here while you were away and ordered me to give him something to eat, so I had to give him all the sponge cake I made last Saturday; and, George, he says he's com ing back to-morrow." "Did he eat the cake, darling?" "Yes, all of it. . Yes, every bit.'' "Well, then set your mind at rest. dear, he never will come back." Boston Post. A number of women at Saratoga prav every afternoon for the reform and conver sion of their frivolous sisters "who live for dress only." Once a farmer reminded his hired man at the breakfast table that he had eaten eleven buckwheats. "Well, you count and I'll eat," said the hired man, harpooning the twelfth cake with his "fork. The "frivo. Ions sisters" at Saratoga no doubt say to the exhorting women: "You pray and we'll dress, and have fun." Nornstown Herald. "Well, Uncle Rube, how have you been since you came to live down here on the river?" "Po'ly, master, po'ly." "You are not used to living in such an out-of-the-way place, Uncle Rube. You are suffering from isolation." "Dat's it, sah, dat's it. I'se got n. I'se suffered wid 'em mighty bad, marster. I had disrecommembered de name ob de misery. .1 knowed it wa'nt malaria, or rheumatez, or somehng o' dat kind, ion struck it de fust clatter, sah. Got a qua'ter 'bout you, sah, to buy some isolation medi cine." Texas Sittings. Young Husband "We have been very happy, pet, and there is only one favor I have to ask." Bride "What is that, love?" "I am desperately fond of pumpkin pie." "You never told me about it." "I did not like to trouble you, but the sea son for it is here, and I really can't get along without it." "Well, dear, you shall have it." "Do you know how to make it?" "No, but my mother does. I'll send for her." Philadelphia Call. Restaurant proprietors are not always bad masters. "Here!" called a man, making an impatient gesture which quickly 'brought the negro waiter. "This is the worst piece of beefsteak I ever saw." "Want's de matter wid it, boss; ain't it healthy?" "Healthy! why, it was fed on the BanMng system all muscle and no fat. Can't yon bring me better piece r "JNo, san; dat s de bes' we s got." "I saw a boy go through here just now with the hnest kind ot s teak." "Yas, sah, but dat was fur de cook." "For the cook!" "Yas, sah. We's sorter behind wid de cook's wages, sah, and we has ter feed him well ter keep him from leabm' us m de lurch, Come 'roun' some time when we'se squar' wid de gehnerman an' well feed yer in great Bhape, sah." iiixchange. Now we'll try to hoist thee, oyster, From thy closely clinging shell; As our mouths grow moist and moister. For we love thee, oh, so well I . Thou hast like a monk in cloister. Long been free from all turmoil; Now, O, fat and well-fed oyster. Thee we'll stew, fry, roast and broil ! New York Journal. Pari In August. . Lucy Hooper's Letter in Philadelphia Telegraph.J Back again m Pans, and a very hot, de serted city it is in these burning August days. Not only is the heat quite American in its in tensity, but the streets wear the lonely look so familiar to our eyes in New York or Phila delphia in midsummer, and which I have never before noticed in the gay capital. For Paris, in ordinary" seasons, is as bright and animated during August and September as in some fashionable watering-place at home. The great hotels are crowded with strangers and the shops are thronged with foreign customers. At the Hotel Continental or the Grand Hotel there is a constant passing to and fro of Transatlantic travelers, the piazzas are filled with groups of elegantly dressed ladies and pleasant-looking gentlemen, there is a crush or equipages in the court-yards, ana an is origin, nesa ana gayety. This year an is loneliness ana desolation. Yon may cross the boulevards at a foot-pace in the middle of the afternoon without running any risk of being run over, and the shops, and the milliners' and dressmakers' establish ments are almost deserted. I dropped in at Worth's the other day .and found the chief salesmen sitting on the balcony to try to get a breath of fresh air, while his "leading lady," to speak in theatrical parlance, Mile. Marie Barre, was engaged in the interesting occu pation of making out a device with pins on a large purple velvet pincushion. "Not since the commune, madam," she declared, "have we known such stagnation." ?t is the same everywhere. The Magasin du Louvre has literally fewer customers daily than it counts employes. Yet it is evident that the Americans are beginning to find their way to Paris at last, the Bon Marche being as crowd ed as usual, and the tones of the dead famil iar transatlantic speech being heard there on every side. The theatres are nearly all closed, the Grand Opera, the Comedie Franc aise and the Eden alone remaining open. The Columns Morris show bare and deserted, with here and there a colored scrap of a the atrical placard adhering to the else denuded surface; and M. Morris himself, the inventor and proprietor of these well-known adverti sing pillars, probably prompted by the stag nation of business, has seized the opportuni ty to quietly slip out of the world, now that his columns, are left in disuse. He died last , week fromthe effects of a fall that he sus tained some time ago. But there is one thing that Paris is most emphatically, even under this hot August ! sun and that is it is clean. The streets are I as neat as a new pin and as sweet-smelling as a lady's boudoir. They are washed and swept daily, and so, even on one of those sultry, sweltering evenings when there is not a breath of air abroad, one can drive out and never be affronted by a noisome odor. What a contrast to London! When last I drove through the streets of the British capitalthe miles of street mud under the scorching sun, in more than one of the principal thorough fares, quite sickened me with their aspect and their foul exhalations. It is doubtless to this dainty and carefully maintained clean liness that the exemption of Paris from a visitation of the cholera is really owing. And the fair city never was more healthy, despite the exceptional and prolonged heat of the weather. People are beginning to find out ' that fact and the fugitives from France are returning in large numbers. For the Pari sians were as badly scared about the cholera as were the foreigners, and decamped in droves to other, and, as they deemed it, safer shores. Brighton and Folkestone have been, for instance, crowded for weeks past with French people, and when I crossed the chan nel on my homeward journey two-thirds of my fellow-passengers were natives of France, instead of the usual throng of British and American tourists. The Greatest or Ballet. From the Cornhill Magazine. There has been a deal of clever dancing, in the common sense of the word, since Tag lioni's time; there is a great deal of clever dancing on the Parisian and London stages to-day. But it is not like the dancing of Taglioni. The influence of the ballet master shows too plainly in it. It is too full of ar tifice and the traditions of the ballet. The dancer is doing some very ingenious and wonderfully difficult tricks which she has learned at rehearsals, but there is not a trace of spontaneity in it; the "wreathed smiles" she wears on her face seem put on to hide the too apparent pains of- her task. There was no pain, either real or apparent , in any thing that Taglioni did.- Having once mas tered the difficult and laborious technicalities of her art, she was able to move m it as she pleased. She enjoyed an intense nappiness in the exercise of it. Her best moments, she often said in old age, were those she spent on the stage, she laughed wnen sne aanceu, but said she could not help it, her pleasure in her steps was so great. Some one asked her, when quite an old woman, whether she would like to live her life again. "Yes; to dance," she said instantly, "for nothing else bnt that; but I would live again to dance." ' And while on the subject of Taglioni's inspi ration, it may be noted that not only was ! she inspired herself, but she had the gift of inspiring others. It was she who inspired Auber and his literary colleague ocnue wim the idea of that strange ballet-opera on the legend, as treated by Goethe, of "The God and the Bayadere," in which, "as if in defi ance of all testhetie propriety, the heroine danced while the hero sang." The idea f the niece is fantastic enough. A Hindoo nod, who has taken on him the form of a ' . . , i it ;a .....1 man, teigns to De ai tne pomi, ui uoatu, mm chooses that moment to invite the woman who loves him most to become his wire. Whoever accepts the offer must, of course, i .... z r 1 give herselt to aie witn mm on m luueicoi pyre. "Finding his invitation accepted by a young bayadere, whom alone among the wo men surrounding him he has inspired with true affection, the god declares nimseit ar, the critical moment in his true character, and before he returns to heaven rewards the young girl by conferring certain privileges on the class to which she belongs." Auber's music was so beautiful, and Taglioni's dancing had such ethereal fascination, that "The God and the Bayadere" enjoyed an unusually long run. The Theatrical Allusions in Thacke ray's; Novels. From Longman's Magazine. In "Vanity Fair" the allusions to the thea tre are few. Becky Sharp is the daughter of an "opera girl," and appears on the stage of the Charade theatre, at Gaunt House, where she personates Clytenmestra, and afterward, as a ravissante French marquise, all powder and patches, sings the song of "The Rose upon my Balcony," which, by the way, per tained in truth to Sir George Thrum's opera of "The Brigand's Bride," and had original ly been sung by Morgiana Crump, the wife of Captain Hooker Walker and the heroine of Mr. Fitz Boodle's story of "The Ravens wing." Mrs. Rawdon Crawley, it is further stated, may have been the Mme. Rebecque whose appearance in the opera of "La Dam" Blanche" at Strasbnrg in the year 1830 gave occasion to a furious uproar in the theatre there. George Osborne, on the eve of his departure for the continent to light Bona parte, and when he has taken wine enough, goes off half price to Drury-Lane to see Mr. Kean perform Shylock. There is little other reference to the stage in "Vanity Fair." But in "Pendennis" we are introduced to the beautiful Miss Fotheringay and the other members of Mr. Manager Bingley s company performing at the Chatteriss theatre. Mr. Bows is the first fiddler in the orchestra, and the money is taken at the doors by a slum berous old lady, who is explained by Mr. Fo- ker to be "Mrs. Dropsicum, rsmgiey s mom-er-in-law, great in Lady Macbeth." Miss Fotheringay's Mrs. Haller is supported by the Countess Wintersen of Mrs. Bingley, the Baron Steinforth of Garbetts, the Tobias of Gott: bv Hicks and Miss Thackthwaite, and the Stranger of Bingley, in pantaloons and hessians, with a large cloaK ana Deaver nat. and a hearse feather "drooping over his rud died old face, and only partially concealing his great buckled brown wig." He wears, too, upon his little finger, which he allows to quiver out of his cloak, a large sham dia mond ring, "covering the first joint of the finger and twiddling in the faces of the pit." It, had belonged to Georee Frederick Cooke, who had it from Mr. Quin, who may have bought it for a " shilling! Nevertheless. "Bine-lev fancied the world was fascinated by its glitter." Upon the occasion of her benefit Miss Fotheringay represents Ophelia and Susan in Jerrold s nautical drama. Mr. Hornbull, from London, was the Hamlet of the night, Bingley modestly contenting him self with the part of Horatio and reserving his chief strength for William in "Black eyed Susan." Gott was the admiral and Garbetts the captain. The artful Major Pen dennis would have Miss Fotheringay re moved from Chatteriss. and to effect that ob iect brines into action Dolphin, the London manacrer. who fieures also, it may be noted, in "Lovel the Widower" as the employer of Bessy Bellenden in the ballet-girl period of her career: DolpMn comes to Chatteriss, "a tall and portly gentleman, with a hooked nose and a profusion of curling brown hair and whiskers." gorgeously dressed, with rich under waistcoats, many splendid rings, pins and chains, and shaking out odors ot berga- mot from his yellow silk handkerchief. He is of the Jewish nation, if his portrait is to be trusted. Dolphin attends the theatre and witnesses the performance of Cora by Miss Fotheringay, "uncommonly handsome in white raiment and a leopard's skin, with a sun upon her breast and five dawdry brace lets on her beautiful glancing arms." It was in vain that Bingley, as Rolls, darted about the stage and yelled like Kean; that Mis. Bingley, as Elvira presumably, raised her voice and ' bellowed like a bull of Bashan; that Garbetts and Rowkins and Miss Ronney tried each of them the force of their charms or graces, and acted and swaggered and scowled and spouted their very loudest. Dolphin gave attention only to the efforts of Miss Fotheringay, forthwith offered her an Zl t ; Tendon, and fairly removed he? from the history of Arthur Phdenms. When he next met her she had quitted the stage and become my Lady Mirabel, the wife of Sir Charles, "an old bean in a star and a blonde wig." " Lucky Baldwin's "Wire. Saratoga Letter to the Washington 8tar. Mrs. "Lucky" Baldwin 1b the latest sensa tion at the hotel where she stays. She is only 4 feet 6 inches in height, but well form ed and rather pretty. She is nineteen years old, but looks like a girl of twelve,and dress es like one. Her skirts are short and her brown hair hangs down in two braids tied at the ends with ribbon. Lucky, her husband, is sixty-one years old and a grandfather. The romantic story is told that the present Mrs. Baldwin studied architecture in San Fran cisco with her father, whose profession it is. He was summoned to appear before the build ing board in San Francisco to give his views on ventilation, but being too ill to do so, his bright young daughter prepared the report and read it before the board, of which Mr. Baldwin was a member. So successfully did she present her plans that the wealthy wid ower fell in love with the young architect, courted her, and in due course of time she accepted the heart and hand of one of Cali fornia's most successful speculators. They were married about two months ago. Mrs. Baldwin appeared at the hotel hop Saturday night in a pretty white mdsin, trimmed with embroidery and lace. The baby waist was confined by a sash of pink ottoman ribbon. and her long braids of hair tied np with pink ribbons. Bows of pink ribbon were on each shoulder. Around her head was a wreath of maiden-hair fern studded with tuberoses and pink buds. She looked the embodiment of the ideal "childish simplicity" so seldom seen nowadays. She wears scarcely any jewelry, and what she wears is of the least showy kind. There are children here of ten or twelve years old who look more matronly and dress more like mature women than does this little bride. She does not seem to have her head turned in the least by her thus far successful matrimonial venture, nor by the attention she attracts during this her first trip to the East. NEW FALL GOODS. Having commenced our pur chases we will offer in every de partment one of the best stocks of DHY GOODS in thccily, at priees that DEFY COMPETITION. Our goods arc wclceted Willi great earc as regards PRICE AXD QUALITY, and our stoek is large and varied so that we ran suit the most fas tidious. 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