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THE LARGEST DAILY NEWSPAPER Ilff THE CITY.
THE CARRIK6TOH PSBUSHING CO,
OFFICE, 400 STATE STREET.
VOL. Ln.
NEW HAYEK, COM. THURSDAY MORMXG, SEPTEMBER 11, 1884.
NO. 237.
We have a few par
ticularly cheap things
in
flannel Suitings
and Cloths now on sale.
J. N. ADAM & CO.
During this week we
mean to try to sell a
quantity of Nottingham
Lace Curtains by mak
ing them cheaper than
they ought to be.
J. N. ADAM & CO.
IVe are selling blank
ets cheaper than the
other dealers,
f. N. ADAM & CO.
We are now pre
pared to offer fetter val
ue in flannels, plain
and twilled, medium
and heayy, scarlet, grey,
bhce and white, than at
any previous time.
J. N. AD AM. & CO.
We have just received
the first delivery of our
importation o f Ki d
Gloves for the Jail
trade.
J.N. ADAM & CO.
We have just opened
a complete line of Quilt
ed Comfortables, which
we co7itracted for with
the leading manufac
turers some time ago.
The Sateen Quilt is a
novelty.
J. N. ADAM & CO.
GBArS SPECIFIC JIKBICINK.
TRADE QUARK t Sui EraimTRADB MARK
f j' mm, Bpenutarrba-, Id
1 "J
.ws? 1 potaocy.aiMiaU
4 7r
y tbttfollowMft
Mmcrr. Untveml Lm
aitrl, Pain in Ue Bck-
tors Old Ace. ana bum
other dlMMM thatlvftd
IEF0RE TA.W0.- "-J". Himt TAMM.
BBW-oaofadverlUeiaenl t. wftm wqaqr- whea anigafal frog
bom the mcdlci, 1 bougn i.-i MIMP. yon w
By.k, eooiplifrf with. 8m thtll writtpailffcA
w.li!. Hh th.ir written n&raatM. A trial or OM sni
,1. pi-igi cf Gi-j"i 8jctSe W.U .rb tha DM tk.pUo-1 f ti
"oukm- rf oomterfelk, w. kar. afeptaj tfc lUtaw Wnar j-h.
r FuTl"vrlkT,l 1 nnrpflmpbVt. wbl w A-t,to trrxl free
mint. eVv one. OF" Th.TSpKtlic Medkloe I. tola by ! 1 dnvitai
.til per pwluttratOrtt-prxkueFfortfttOrwillbeteatfie. bj amll
tkt rece!ptofthmooey,bT-iflrMnK
The Cray Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. T.
hOUD BY BICHABBdOJT ic CO-.
t ruvix ocmr.
GEORGE W. BUTTON.
Frlt, Foreign and- IometIc,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL. .
mStf 1.075 Chapel street. . ,
Horses and Carriages For Sale
and To Lei.
t U.lHntr In All Jta..Jmae
and minting a specialty. Anyone wishing to buy
OTieUwmtfit wW find it to their advantage to
Kiveusacau. . .
CULErOH CO
1e3ltf
108 FRANKLIN STREET.
. BEMOVAL.
w. removed to our new
Building
Nos. 821-823 Grand Street,
Which is very paciou, weu iignwa,
tire floor, on which toffi&r owew styk of
Furniturti of all Kinds. ?
W. are now carry a rery large tock f
bletonveettliedemaiKioitw
ng trade. . .
tniTV nfp. tJYW PRICES -
' And LlberarTerm. a liaTo ber-
torore been Hie .o-
iia oatnblltnment. -
P J. KELLLY & CO., ;
1H18 Hall's School
"1TILL reopen Wednesday, September 10, at No
V Palladium Building,
se4eodtf Ufl ORANGE STREET.
' BI me. Iavalavc
RESUMES her instructions in French and Ger
man on September 15th. -
B3 18t 370 CONGRESS AVENUE,
"MRS. CANFIELD'S SCHOOL
2TO Crown Street,
Will reopen MONDAY. Sept. 15. selOOt
The Elder age,
Til AMILY and Day school, 136 Sherman Avenue.
Special attention given to English Language and
s3 18t MISSES BAKGS, lncipals.
HfflBB lVA9rSI
Knglishand French Famllf and Day
SC11UU1 tor M- UUUK uauicei
33 Wall street, New Haven, Conn. The 12th year be-
: n- J -. Cnn4- OO niTAiilnn cant HTvnn A.TV.
nidation Sel 4W
C. A. DOUGLASS,
TEACHER OF PIA1VO,
295 Columbus Avenue.
au20 lmo
miss I A. Miller's
School of nvaCixsiio
Reoneni Scot. lo. 15S4.
Vocal and Instrnmentaliaaalc Xangbt.
Good inatretron given at moderate prices. Office
notirs Irom 4 U) t p. m. i a t;jntpi .Btrei,
Hoom 2. . sei om
DlfM An mill J. CHuniii
"ITTlLL commence Vocal and Instrumental In-
T T struction, 27 Insurance Building, on bepi. 11.
T&ion hours. Mondav and Thursday each week.
from 2 until o'clock. For terms, &c, inquire at
M. Steinert's music stoie, No. 777 Chapel street, or
at mv residence. JNo.au uottaeesireet.. b t"'
MISS 0RT0N AND MISS NICHOLS,
ouecessors to me uxisses iuws
re-open theiir English and French
Day School for Young Ladies and
J Little Girls
nn wirnYTrsnAV sf.PT: 24.. Circulars can be
Obtained on application at m
sex jm .wve as mmj.im.
MRS. PARDEE'S
SCHOOL
Will reopen Wednesday, Sep
tember 17th,
AT
133 COLLEGE -STREET,
where application may be made.
Greenwich Academy.
Usual Literary Courses, with Musical Institute and
Commercial College. Founded. 1802. Both
sexes. Influences decidedlv relieious. Home care
and comforts. Charmingly located on Narragan
ett 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.
Kev. O. II. FERNALD, A. Tit., Prlncl-
pal. Eal creenw.cn, w. i.
PIANOFORTE.
HARMONY AND COMPOSITION
MBS. BRAND
Has recommenced her lessons for the season, and
has vacancies for a few pupils. Terms moderate.
121 YORK STREET,
Ki 8mo Two doors from Crown.
West End Institute
Will reopen on Thursday, Sept.
Cn.Mnl n .1 vst n In r.'K for the Stud v of
Elocution & Fre-hand Drawing.
Lessons are (riven in any branch of Decoration
Work in oil or water colors or mineral colors on
Dorcelain: also repousse brass work. For terms,
send for circular to 40 Howe street, a33 lm
SIC.
F. A. FOWLER,
TV. A fTTT?.Tt 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.
selStf
ITEW EWfiJLAW
CONSERVATORY OFf MUSIC.
MUSIC. Vocal and iDstromental and Tuning.
Alt'!'. Drawing. Painting, Modeling and Portraiture.
ORATOR-, literature and Iiurnasea.
HOME. Elecant accommodaUons for 800 lady student
FALL TERM begins Sept. 11th. Beautifully IUd
Calendar free. Address B. TOURJEE. Director, i
No. 847 Chapel street. Fall term begins Monday
oeptemuer isi. utiy uiiu cveiuup ocaoiuiio.
for circular giving full information. aull
HOPKINS GRAMMAR SCHOOL.
Preparing Boys for the Classical and
Scientific Departments or Yale
College.
Fall Term Opens Thursday, Sep
tember lo.
For particular information call on or address W.
L. CUSHING. 18 Elm street. sel 3m
YALE BUSINESS COLLEGE.
New Haven, Conn.
BANKING DEPARTMENT.
OPENS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1.
For further information call at the College.
Office No 37 Insurance Building:
Or enclose three two cents stamos for new illus
trated catalogue giving full particulars. Address
B. & J. M.
57, 59 & 61 OEAMEST.,
FURNITURE DEALERS
AND
UNDERTAKERS,
Have the finest Painted Bedroom Suits in the city.
New Parlor Suits, Walnut Bedroom Suits.
; 'rne Dest spring tsea lor tne money.
Rniint. Rattan. Cane and Rush Seat Chairs in
great variety, as low as can be bought.
UNDERTAKING
promptly attended to, night or day, with care.
Also Bole Agents for Washburn's Deodoring and
Disinfecting Fluid. -
A new lot of Folding Chairs and Stools to rent for
. miuit ureaKrvBU wiliiuul icu 111 uic Lrerai. iimiurei .
paroeoruneraijv
MRS. J. J. CLARK,
Clairvoyant,
Is now at Lake Pleasant, Montague Co., Mass.
RVin will ratnrn to this citv in fieotembf..
All letters addressed as aoove will receive prompt
attention. - jyis
Large Invoice
&0SSA1ER CLOAKS
; TO BE SOLI)
For the Next Thirty Days,
EACH AT 95 CENTS.
, ; v, .. AT THE .
GOODYEAR RUBBER STORE,
; 73 Church Street,
CORNER CENTER,
i - , Opposite the Postofflce.
F. C. TTJTTLE, '
! ::.;'. Proprietor.
TRUNK i TRUNKS, TRUNKS.
BAGS!-
BAGS! BAGS!
A complete stock
of Tourists'
Articles. The only exclusive Irunk
store in the city. Trunks, Bags
and Sample Cases made to order.
Bepalring a specialty. Old trunks
taken in exchange. Good Goods
at Low prices at
CROFTJT & CO.'S,
210 Cliapel Street
BELOW THE BRIDGE.
THE "ANDREWS,"
HEELER &. CO., Eastern Agents.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
S3 TO 91 WASHINGTON STREET, CORNER ELM,
a2mwsAmnr. BOSTON.
I. C. PEAIT & SOU",
CmCKENS ! !
For Broiling and Roasting:.
Prime Beef a SnecMtf.
L. C. PFAFF & SON
7 and 9 Church Street.
GREAT
MDSTT1DEEB,
Closing-Out Sale !
OF
CORSETS, HOOP SKIRTS
AND
BUSTLES
IN OUR
CORSET DEPARTMENT,
Bolton & Neely,
SUCCESSORS
E. MAL.I.I3Y & 0.
jyi4 "
Rubber Hose !
LARGEST STOCK,
LOWEST PRICES
IN THE CITY.
EOSKETT & BISHOP,
BRANCH STORE,
462 STATE STREET,
Opposite our Old Stand.
mylO 3m
ELECTRICITY IS LIFE.
Whv will oeoole ciiner to the absurb idea that thev
most take medicine? Electricity will reach where
mediciae has failed, as 15 years'' experience -has-p
roved. If you are troubled with Catarrh, or Neural
gia, or Rheumatism- Throat or Ltrag Troubles, Gen
eral Debility, Headache, Kidney Disease, try
ELECTRICITY.
Go and see Dr. Cummins. 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,
jVo 4 Church Street.
cl3 WOOD'S BLOCK.
Not only to the suffes
wasted by disease doe
Ridee1s Food supple
tnent the proper medi-
a (Uau, Ul lilt, UOVB.
Ifstrength and comfort,
out tne delicate mother
will find its dailr use
ljust what is needed to
cnecK ana supplement;
the drain made upon na
ture's forces. Try it,
mothers, and be con.
jvinced. Recipes to suit
KU ite rent tastes accom
pany each can. It does not tax the digestive organs,
but is strengthening to both invalids and children
Sold by druggists. 35c. up. WOOLRICH & CO.,
FLOUR $4.50 A BARREL.
v
No matter what tout grocer says, flour never was
so cheap since the war ; and you can buy at Hughes'
Wholesale store by the barrel, half barrel or bag, at
prices from $4.5 O and upwards. We save you
9 X per oarrel by coming to neaaquaixers.
WHOLESALE BUTTER PRICES.
fin t.nhs choice creamery butter 2214c. per lb. 50
tubs fine butter 80c. per lb. Ten pounds (wooden
tubs) butter $2.80 per tub. 25 pounds (wooden tubs)
butter $5.00 per tub. Butter in 6 pound pails 51.37
VerpaU. ., , ..,
Ju WW IlUICr'nic auu jtwoans
iTin LiAmn dust i 20c. oer oound. Good
Japan tea 30c. per pound. Choice tea (Oolong or
japan) 4UC. per pounu. uem t. iu Juoincv iiu
china cup and saucer free) 50c. per pound.
laClllirU Uttl HVK Aft
GEO. W. II. HUGHES',
Independent Coal Dealer, 34 C-turcl- St.
TURFING AND GRADING.
James II. THacDonald,
PRACTICAL GARDENER,
.21 Martin Street.
Order Book at F. S. Piatt's Seed Store, 374 and 37
State street.
se810t
Household Ammonia.
In the Toilet, Nursery, Laundry or House Cleaning
insures neaitn, oeauty ana cleanliness.
For sale by
J. D. DEWELL & CO.,
m7eod3ms and all Grocers.
KIRS. M. E. CO WEES, BI.
CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
93 Olive Street.
Office hours 10 to 12 and 11 to 4. mla 3m
Choral Worship,1;;- S"?'3
Choirs, Singing Classes, and Musical Conventions.
A large, first-class new book, of 300 naees. with
fresh, bright, spirited music. 100 pages of Ele
ments, 75 pages of Hymn Tunes, 110 pages of An
thems, and a large number of fine Glees and Con
cert Pieces.
Price 1, or $9 per dozen.
Song Worship-t-o, 5SS
for SUNDAY SCHOOLS, by L. O. Emerson and
W. F. Shkrwin.
The hymns and tunes are bv the best talent, and
the book is one that is fully up to the requirements
of the most advanced taste. Do not fail to examine
it. Single specimen copies 25 cts.
Price 35 cts. or $30 per hundred.
The Model Singer.rsiN
ING CLASSES, by W. O. Pkrkiss and D. B. Towk-
EB.
Contains an excellent Singing School Course, fill
ing 102 pages, includingiai Exercises, 57 Glees and
Part Songs. 29 Hymn Tunes, 18 Anthems, and 4
Chants, also a Modulator, and Manual Signs.
i Price fiO ets. or $6 per dozen.
The Star Chorus Book,
a new and superior Collection of Choruses, Sacred
and Secular. For Musical Societies. By W. O.
Perkins. 168 pages, large octavo size. 36 Choruses
Price $1.; per doz., $9.
In Press, a new High School Singing Book, by L.
O. Emerson. Wait for it. Any book mailed for re
tail price. - v
OLlTEBDITSOITdE CO., Boston.
S4tf
.
A FiBlD III NEED.
. DR. SWEET'S
INFALLIBLE LINIMENT.
trenLm1 from the recine of Dr. Stephen Sweet,
of Connecticut, the great natural Bone Setter. Has
been used for more than fifty years and is the best
known remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains,
Bruises. Bums, Cuts, Wounds, and all external in
juries.
DODD'S NERVINE AND INYIGORATOR.
Standard and reliable, and nver tails to comfort
tne agea ana neip every ooay wao uses it.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS TRY IT.
mseod&wtt :
hWl HI Ml
J'iWM t its Vi
Tie
PeoplB
's Dry
B LA NKETS
neon
AUCTION.
We liave received another
Auction, and shall offer them on
MONDAY MORNING
at prices which we will GUAKAjVXEE to be
than equal Talue can be bought for elsewhere in this
city.
A comparison solicited.
A G-R AND EXHIBITION
of flue Turkish Rugs, Portias and Embroideries of Pal
ace Work sold at less than
AUCTION PRICES
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
NEW HAVEN.
LIEBIG COMPANY'S
ANNUAL, SALE 8,000,000 JABS.
An inTaloable tonie in an cases of weak iigestion and
"Isasvcoess and a boon for which Nationa should feel
See Medical Prea, Lancet, Bntuh Med Journal, tc. m her4b informed that the Liebig Cora-
To be had of all Storekeepere, Groeera, and Ohennrts. panyare the only mannfactnrers who are
Sole Agents for the United States (wholesale only) CDarld & Co, ible to offer the artiole with Baron Liebig'S
8, Fencharch Avenne, London, England. ,m . r. guarantee of genuineness.
I. S. MILLER, M. D.
318 Cliapel Street, between Or
mige and Cltureli Streets.
Residence, - - Tontine Hotel
5JEW HAVE IV, COM.
OFFICE HOURS $ to 12 a. m., 3 to 6 p. m, 7 to
p. m.
STJT9D AY 9 to10 a. no.-n tog p. m. ni7 3m
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
ltnnnfr.tiired esneciallv for our retail trade, in
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 tne selection ana
roper adjustment of all appliances.
E. L. Washburn, M. D.,
84
AND
61
BENEDICT BUILDING.
DEPOT CARS PASS THE DOORJ jylO
While Brandy
"TTIOR Preserving The genuine article.
M a2 EDW. E. HALL & SON.
ANDREW GrOODlAI,
N0S. 160, 162 CROWN -ST.
Pine Assortment or Fancy and Staple
Ctrocerles.
FLOCK-! FLOBB !
At reduced prices.
Old Government Java Coffee 25c per lb.
Fine Butter 35e per lb, 4 1-2 lbs $1.
Splendid Cream Cheese 15c per lb.
3 boxes sardines 25c
3-lb cans broiled Mackerel 45c.
3-lb cans Brook Trout 45c.
Large assortment of Canned Meats.
Great variety of fruits received every day.
FINE WINES, CLARETS. SHERRIES AND BRAN
. DIES.
Call and see us. Goods delivered to any part of the
city.
ANDREW GOODMAN,
No. 160 and 162 Crown Street
GOODMAN S BUILDING, FOUR DOORS FROM
CHURCH STREET, NEAR GRAND UF
TT.Vtk TTflTTS'R-
aul2
bemoyal:
THE
NEW YORK BRANCH
LOAN O FT ICE
NOW PERMANENTLY 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.
lyio
A CARD, To all who are suffering from errors
and discretions of youth, nervous weakness, early
drcay, loss of manhood, c, I will send a recipe
that will cure you, FREE OF CHARGE. This
great remedy was discovered by a missionary in
South America. Send self -addressed envelope to
Ret. Joseph T. Inmaic, Station D, New York.
Jyl4eod&wly. '
HENRY A. DANIELS, M. D.,
144 LEXINGTON AVENUE. NEAR 29th STREET,
NEW YORK.
Hours, 8 to 1 and 5 to 7.
Diseases of the Nervous system. Genitourinary
organs, impotence and sterility.
m6daw3m
FISTULA
AND
PILES,
Cured irltbont tne rise of
tne nnire.
. W. REED.(M. D., Harvard, 1842)
and ROBERT M. REED,)M. D., Har
vard 187U), Erani House, ITS
Tremont St., Boston, treat
FISTLLA PILES and ILL
DISEASES OF THE BKC
XUOT, without detenuon from
business. Reference given. Send
for namnhleta. Office hours 11 a.
to. to 4 o'clock
p. m. (except Sunday) aiSeodly
store
large lot of Blankets Iron.
i
EXTRACT
OF MEAT
FINEST AND CHEAPEST MEAT
FLAVOURING STOCK FOR SOUPS,
MADE DISHES & SAUCES.
CAUTION'. Genuine ONLY with
fac-Bimile of Baron Liebig's signature ,h
Bine Ink across Label. The title " Baron.
debfflty. utely largely used by dealers having no
gratero-. , t nnblia
Thirty
Tears Beooxd.
Endorsea
CTTRE9
A Til
By the use of thia
BEMZDT, the Stom
aob. and B owe la
speedily regain, their
strength, and. the
blood is purified.
It is pronounced by
hundreds of the best
doctor to be the ON
LY CUSS for all
kinds ot Kidney Dis
eases. It is purely vege
table, and eures when
other medicines tail.
It is prepared ex
pressly for these dis
eases, and. has never
been known to fail.
One trial will con
vince yon. For sale
by all druggists.
3tiIVXB
BXiADDSB.
ATTD
, TTEHTAET
, ORGAN'S
" DROPSY
GBAVJSIj '
DXABSTSS
A BBLIGHT'8
IHSEABB
PAINS
rw
THB
BACK
LOINS
OB.
BIDS
HTKEABBB '
KETENTZTIOXr
OB
NON-BJ-TrKN 'IION
OP
PBICB tl.35.
8end for
Pamphlet
of Testi-
HUNT'S
IIK1IK1JY
CO.,
S Providence,
4 TTBXNS.
11. I.
iiiiiiiiiHiiHiniiiiiiiiiimisiminiiii
"Fox!
BOOK OF MARTYRS "
contains many fright
ful stories of most ago-
l nizuig sunenng. nut
nothing, either ln story
or picture can be more distressful than the
sharp; severe, shooting pains dally and nightly
endured by those who are martyrs to that most
terrible torment, Neuralgia. To get rid of this
martyrdom is thenrst business of all who suffer.
Athlophokos regenerates painful nerves,
and drives out the horrors of Neuralgia.
Athxophoros gives health to Rheumatic
sufferers whom the most skillful physicians
have not been able to heal.
Athxophoros operates on the blood, mus
cles, and joints ; and dissolving the acids that
cause Rheumatism, removes them from the
system. ,
Athxophoros is pronounced by all who
have tried It an Infallible speclnc for these
obstinate and painful diseases.
Read the testimony of one of the
sufferers. David Little, Sum
ner, Banner Co., Iowa, writes :
"Jam past 77 yean of ashawhadmeRhenmattan
three years and eig-ht months: lost one-third of my
weight; could not walk, but shuffled along- on
crutches; could not steep; nerves shattered, no
strength in my hands, wrists, knees or feet. Bnt
thanks be to God for your frreat discovery! The med
icine arrived Saturday night. I took a dose Sunday
xnormngVfelt it all over me, and kept on with it.
Monday morning-1 got np and dressed myself, and
walked out into the kitchen without the aid of crutch
or oane, and wished them all a happy New Year. I rest
well nights, am gaining ill strength, and onos more
enjoy life. . Wish I could put Athix)phobos in the
hands of every sufferer from tins terrible disease."
If you cannot get Atbxophoeos of your druggist
we will send It express paid, on receipt of regular
price one doDar 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
fromns as directed.
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST.. MEW YORK.
lllt............. ......lll.lll
THE
SURE
CURE
k FOB
KIDNEY DISEASES.
.LIVER COMPLAINTS,
CONSTIPATION, PILES.
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"--Udney-Wort hi tbs most -uooeasful remedy
I ever nued." Dr. P. c. BaJtoa. MonJrtoii, Vt.
"Kidney-Wort is always reliable."
Dr. It- N". Clark, So. Hero, Vt.
"Xidney-Wort has cured my w ife alter two years
sjnlmrjna-. 2r. C. JC SummerUn, Sun Will, Ga.
N THOUSANDS OF CASES
B has cured where an else had faned-It ijaAL
bataffieiexit, CERTAIN IK ITS ACTION, imt
aai'iiilea. laall oaaoa.
3T1 dtun taw Blood aatd SreUe-s
a-rnsa Knr lift to all tba important org-ans of
too body. Tba naoir-l action or tho KicLnya la
mtarad. The Liver la eleanaed of all disease
and tba Bowels am freely and heoltbfally.
In thia way the wont disfimw. are eradicated
from the system. 1
PSHX, fLtt uqrjra OK DRT, SOLD IT BBDWaSTs,
Srr can be sent by mail.
WELLS, RICH AimSO A GO.Barrll.ctoa Yt,
ME nK tl I'M
111UU11UJ W J J
A.
J5
' h'ttGD
19 "sS
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in Connecticut.
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REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS.
FOR PRESIDENT,
JAMES 6. BLAINE, or Maine.
, FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
JOHN A. LOGAN, of Illinois.
State Electoral Ticket.
ELECTOR8-AT-LARGK,
Theodore T. Woolsey, of New Haven.
Charles A. Williams, of New London.
DISTRICT ELECTORS,
1st District I.Luther Spencer, of Suffield.
2d District Joseph E. Stlltman, of Chester.
3d District James S. At wood, of Plainfield.
4thDistrict; Frederick Miles, of Salisbury.
For State Officers.
FOR OOVERNOR,
HENEY B. HARBISON, of New Haven.
FOR LIEUTENANT--GOVERNOR,- . - -
LOEEIN A. COOKE, of Barkharnsted.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE,
CHARLES A. RUSSELL, of Killingly.
FOR TREASURER,
V. B. CHAMBERLAIN, of New Britain.
FOR COMPTROLLER,
LUZEENE I. MUNSON. of Waterbury.
AN UNJUSTIFIABLE SCHEME.
A good many foolish and .unjustifiable
things have been done by trade nuions in
this country, but nothing quite so foolish
and unjustifiable has come to light lately as
the action of the master plumbers. These
gentlemen have an association for joint ac
tion and mutual protection, and they re
cently sent their president to New York for
the purpose of presenting certain proposi
tions to the New York and Brooklyn manu
facturers and dealers in plumbing materials.
Ameetintrof the latter was-held, and the
demands-of the master plumbers duly pre
sented. The first article states "that the
manufacturers and dealers in materials shall
not sell to others than licensed plumb
ers, who shall exhibit a certificate duly sign
ed by the president and . secretary of their
respective associations." The second article
forbids manufacturers and dealers to "figure
on plans or specifications for any one."
The adoption of this scheme, as will readi
ly be seen, would place every architect and
builder at the mercy of the plumbers, which
it was thought would be a fine thing for the
plumbers. But thus far the plan has not
met with as much favor as the plumbers
would like to see bestowed upon it. The
New York and Brooklyn manufacturers have
flatly refused to have anything to do with
such a combination. They met, discussed
the matter, and sent a reply of which the fol
lowing is a part: "We do not like to feel that
a document so untenable, so unbusinesslike,
so opposed to all the established
laws of commerce and trade, both
written and unwritten, should have
emanated from your body." It would not
only "be ruinous to yonr business, dishonor
able to yourself, but would place you in the
very unenviable light of extortionists, before
the eyes of the public."
The western manufacturers have, it is said,
yielded to the desire of the master plumbers,
and the president of the master plumbers' as
sociation, in replying to the letter above
quoted, uses threatening language towards
the eastern dealers and manufacturers who
venture to oppose his machine. One sen
tence in the rejoinder ends with an appeal to
all plumbers to act in common "against
these men, who would deprive us of the
name we bear as master plumbers."
It does not seem as if the master plumbers
would make anything "in the long mn" by
attempting to carry out such a scheme.
Their action in starting it was selfish and
short-sighted. This is too big a country to be
"bossed" in the way they propose.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
Go to the Grand Opera House this evening
and hear Senator Piatt and Corporal Tan
ner. "
' Some people have - thought lately that the
sun was losing some of its power. Wonder
what they think now?
The offer of one hundred thousand marks
made some time ago to the University of
Heidelberg, on condition that women should
be allowed to study there, has been declined
by the faculty.
They don't "fool" much with careless coun
cilmen in Kansas City. The city council re
cently gave away a valuable franchise to a
horse car monopoly, the mayor vetoed the
ordinance, a mass meeting proposed to hang
the aldermen, and the - mayor's action was
sustained "by a large majority."
Summaries of nearly five hundred returns
from agriculturists in various parts of En
gland show that the wheat crop of the pres
ent year is considerably above the average of
late years, and is better than the average .of
the last twenty years. Barley is ; just under
the twenty years' average. The yield of oats
will be a short one and the hay crop has been
ruined.
The Rev. Miles Grant has been warning
the people of Chicago to prepare for the de
struction of the world. He prudently re
frains froto fixing a date for the event, which
he claims will occur in a few months or a few
years. He also volunteers the somewhat am
biguous information that "God's people"
will come to their own this fall. Any of the
political parties can get comfort out of this
prediction.
A prominent and well informed business
man at Chicago, whose business connections
throughout the West give him exceptionally
good facilities for forming intelligent and ac
curate judgments in regard to the political
drift in the Northwest and on the Pacific
slope, makes these estimates of the plurality
for Blaine and Logan: Illinois, 30,000;
Indiana, 6,000; Wisconsin, 30,000; Iowa,
70,000; Kansas, 60,000; Minnesota, 25,000;
Colorado, 10,000; Nebraska, 15,000;. Califor
nia, 15,000; Nevada, 5,000; Oregon, 5,000.
The Chicago Current says something worth
thinking of as follows: America has been
in too much of a hurry to settle her country
thickly. Is it a noble thing to parcel out
every acre or sell every franchise for messes
-of pottage; and leave forty Belgiums here for
the next coming generation! We have some
big States left, hut it is not our foremost
duty to fill them full of humanity bo that
a railroad may fulfill the dreams of its share
holders. People are already so overcrowded
m Pennsylvania through, recent wicked im
portation that the stories now coming from
the Keystone State do not sound American
at aU.
The annual watch output of the world is no
less than six million tickers. Of this num
ber d,650 a day are made in the United
States. The average life of a watch is five
years. What becomes of it in its old age is
not definitely known, but there are dark
hints of the small bey and the pawnbroker.
The hand-worker in England turns out forty
watches a year, but the American machine
worker makes one hundred and fifty. Our
home-made watches are driving out the for
eign article, and we already monopolize the
East Indian and Australian markets and un
dersell the Swiss in Japan.
xuore is in juigiana a renewal ot com
plaint that Victoria has extended her mourn
ing for Prince Albert over a period unexam
pled even in China, and that Jby mingling
little with the people, by discouraging fes
tivities, and by living so much by herself,
she has endeavored to make the whole coun
try mourn with her. It is generally felt thai
this means parsimony, and that the liberal
supply voted to the crown was meant by the
givers to be spent in display, hospitality and
tne encouragement oi inaustry. it was a
dull season, this last, in London, and very
little money was spent. Even the Court
Journal went so far as to declare in the most
pointed maimer that her Majesty had it all
in her power, by releasing a little the hard
set lines of etiquette as regarded mourning,
to make business flourish.
A very good illustration of President Ar
thur's practical observance of the spirit of
civil service reform is afforded in the ap
pointments just made by him in the auditor's'
office of thePostoffice department. Mr. R.
F. Crowell, of Minnesota, the deputy au
ditor, was promoted to fill the vacaney'occa-
sioned by the death of the late Auditor Ela.
Mr. Boone Chambers, chief clerk, was rec
ognized as standing in the line of promo
tion to the deputy auditorship, but declined
the promotion, preferring to retain his pres
ent position, whereupon the President se
lected Mr. Edwin S. Clifford, chief of the
examining division, for promotion to the va
cancy. It was a meritt d recognition of faith
ful service by good men, and thoroughly in
accordance with President Arthur's public
declarations upon the subject of promotion
in the civil service.
Some of the Democratic organs are talking
about railroad monopolies, etc. , in this State
with the intent to injure the Hon. Henry B.
Harrison. The Hartford Conrant makes
good point on these organs by quoting from
Governor Waller's message to the general as
sembly last winter, as follows: The manage
ment of these great corporations has general
ly been conservative and satisfactory. The
differences that have occasionally arisen be
tween them and their patrons and the com
mumties on the line of their routes have
been usually adjusted by the parties in inter
est, with reciprocal fairness. The spirit of
monopoly on the part of railroads, or preju
dice against such corporations on the part of
the public, tisa never asserted itself in our
State, as it often has elsewhere. As the offi
cers of such companies are presumably bet
ter able than legislators to manage the de
tails of their business for the advantage of
all, they ought not to be interfered with by
special legislation,- except in cases of oppres
sive discrimination, or where there is per
sistent neglect to meet the wants of the pub
lic. The report of the treasurer shows that
these corporations have paid protesting,
however, as taxpayers oftentimes do against
its excessiveness the sum of four hundred
and fifty-six thousand, one hundred and
twenty-eight dollars and fifty-five cents
($456,128.55) in taxes to the State.
AH!
Ah!" he remarked with unction, as he
placed the glass on the counter, "What is
better than a glass of beer to quench one's
thirst?" 'Two glasses, mister," said a tramp
at the door. Mail and Express.
But she'll make a good sailor vet: He (an
old hand, "They have dropped their
anchor." She (a beginner) "Serve them
right! It has been hanging over the side all
day long." Exchange.
A circus clown who died in Chicago re
cently spoke all the modern European lan
guages fluently, but died poor. The people
who attend circuses don't care much for the
modern languages. What they want is a
modern joke now and then. Norristown
Herald.
"Oh, mamma! such a nice young man has
been making lore to me at the picnic to-day!
He is jnst as handsome as he can he, and a
graduate of a musical college too." "What
musical college, child?" "Why, let me see
he told me. Oh, yes Sing Sing." Bur
lington Free Press.
"Have you been a good boy all this week?"
smilingly asked a Sunday school teacher.
"Yes, mum, been good every day." replied
the boy. "That's right; always be good;
now tell me what made you good; can you
tell me that!" "Yes, mum. Pap said if I
was a good boy all the week he'd take me to
Coney Island and ride me on the whirligig
after Sunday school to-day." Brooklyn
Times.
I would like to take one of Baft's works."
remarked a lady to the custodian of a circu
lating library. "Bart? I am not familiar
with the author. I do not think that we
have any of his works in our library." "Oh!
yes, indeed you have. I have seen the name
in the catalogue." "Do you remember the
titles of any of his works?". "Yes, I remem
ber one." "And that was?" "That was
"The Last Days of Pompeii, by E. Bulwer
Lytton, Bart.' " Boston'Globe.
And old German down in Ohio, who funs
a cooper shop, was elected overseer of high
ways for his township last spring. After
waiting for a month or two for something
to happen he called on the chairman of the
board of supervisors and said:
1 vhas come to see aboudt a bond."
' 'Bond? What bond?"
"Vhell, I like to gif a hond for one tou-
sand dollar dot I doan't run off mit some
money from de township."
'Uh, as to that, you won't have any pub
lic moneys in your hands."
"Vhell, den 1 like to gif a bond dot I
doan't shteal somepody's cow vhile I vhas in
office. I vhas elected only six weeks in
office, but I pegin to feel like I wanted to
shteal a whole drove of cattle!"
He was allowed to eive a bond-, and went
home satisfied. Wall Street News.
THE WOMEN'S CANDIDATE.
It is time, it is time for the women to rule
The nation, as well as the home and the school,
Begardleas of reckless and rude ridicule !
Thejavhould fight -
For the right.
Ignoring the fact that a man's like a mule.
Three- cheers for their candidate, Belva, the
bold!
She's brave and she's gallant, and better than
gold
A model womanhood fair to behold;
. Though, in truth, .
She's no youth, -She's
one of the kind that will never grow old.
Oh, soon may she sit in the President's chair.
Her rich robes resplendent with roses most rare.
And diamonds
decking her dark, wavy hair!
Such a audit
-Would delight
All the world and would make the monarchies
stare. .
Now, women, aU work for your queen with a
- vim, ' ....
Unheeding the scoffing of each little him ;
For soon all his glory and fame will grow dim.
.If you're bold
You'll behold ' - '
A precious, pert President, pretty and prim. '
i 7.. - - . New York Journal.
The Hartford Fire Insurance
$14,000 by the Cleveland fire. - ,
Give IWe Tne Baby.
Give me the baby to hold, my dear
To hold and to hug. and to love and kiss,
Ah ! he will come to me, never a fear
Come to the nest of a breast like this.
As warm for him as his face with cheer, .
Give me the baby to hold, my dear !
Trustfully wield him in my caress.
"Bother.
you say?
wnat:
bother" to
me?
To fill up my soul with such happiness -
As the love of a baby that laughs to be .
Snuggled away where my heart can hear.
Give me the baby to hold, my dear.
Ah ! but his hands are soiled, you say.
And would dirty my laces and clutch my
hair
W.-11 what would nlease me more. I nrav
Than the touch and the tug of the wee hands
tnere?
The wee hands there and the warm face here
Give me the baby to hold, my dear.
. Give me the baby? Oh, won't you see!
Somewhere, out where the green of the lawn
Is turning to gray, and the maple tree
Is weeping its leaves of gold upon
A little mound with a dead rose near
Gve me the baby to hold, my dear!
Jakes Whitcomb Riley.
THE KINO OF THE WIRES.
How Br. Norvln Oreen Handles the
Western Union's AtTalra.
Joe Howard in the Philadelphia Press.
Dr. Norwin Green came here, I believe,
from Kentucky, ut, wherever he came from,
he came to stay. Whatever may be the
merits or demerits of a discussion, pro and
con, the credit oi mis greui o-k---ihju,
whatever may be the facts concerning its
stock or the fluctuations in its price, I have
yet to find or hear of a man or a critic who
had a word to say against the character, the
mental acumen, the physical energy or the
inexhaustible resources of President Green.
He deals with large masses of men as gener
als deal with armies. He meets with elec
tricians upon a plane of intelligence, and dis
cusses - with them problems which would
puzzle the ordinary expert. He explores
new fields for enterprise with the zest and
enthusiasm of a professional surveyor. He
explains to holders of vast blocks of the
property in his control the difficulties and
embarrasment8 in tne way or. oronera, satis
fvincr them absolutely of the validity of his
enterprises and the prosperity attending the
company over whose destiny he presides.
Dr. Green is a great man, even when
judged by the side of men universally recog
nized as iar aoove tnerr hsikm-iu-lcs auu ei-
lows. That this great country is too vast for
the domination of any one company is a tru
ism which needs no argument,and that other
enterprises can, will and do hnd favor with
the popular mind is evinced by the success
attending the opposition companies, the Bal
timore and Ohio and the new National.which
have now entered into direct and sensible
competition with the old monopoly. Dr.
Green differs very materially from his pre
decessor, William Orton. Both, however,
were men ot the world, enjoying tne gooa
thines of life in their season. But the death
of Orton and the instant success of Green go
to show how utterly absurd it is for any
man to suppose that his life or his existence
has an all-important bearing upon any of the
great enterprises ot tne day.
When Orton died it was supposed the
Western Union Telegraph company had re
ceived a mortal blow, almost, but if Orton
was suddenly to return to life, his great grey
eyes wculd open with amazement as they
rested noon a naper statement of the busi
ness done by the company and the vast area
of whieh it holds control. Green is not only
a man of business and vast enterprise, but he
is a helpful, considerate,friendly person, to
whom tens of thousands iook ior guidance
and opportunity to work.
Une reason tor his great endurance is tne
ease with which he relieves his mind of busi
ness strain. When he leaves his office, at 4
or 5 o'clock in the afternoon, he leaves be-"
hind him the worry and flurry of his most
busy place. The calming, seducing influence
of a cood cicar leads him gently from the
plane of disturbance and the hurly-burly of
competition towards the level of peaca and
quiet, after which a gentle stimulant restores
his tired energies, and a pleasant drive to
the comforts which seclusion grants makes
him again a man ready for the thought and
toil and botherments ot tne morrow. vv ltn
his steady hand upon the helm the great
company of which he is the controller and
director, as well as president, pushes proudly
through the waves of competition, quite con
fident, in his own strength, that it will re
ceive its full share of the public favor in the
future as it nas so many years in the
past.
KISSES IN LITERATURE.
Stories or milkmaid and Duchess with
Their Dukes and Swains.
From the Detroit Free Press.
Georgians, Duchess of Devonshire, - gave
Sleet, the butcher, a kiss for his vote nearly
a century since; and another equally beauti
ful woman, Jane, duchess of Gordon, re
cruited her regiment in a similar manner.
Duncan Mackenzie, a veteran of Waterloo,
who died at Elgin, Scotland, in 1866, delight
ed in relating how he kissed the duchess in
taking the shilling from between her teeth to
become one of her regiment, the Gordon
Highlanders, betterjknown a the Ninety-ses.
ond. The old Scottish veteran of '87 has not
left one behind him to tell the same tale
about kissing the blue-eyed duchess in the
market place of Dutkill.
An American naval officer who had spent
some considerable time in China narrates an
amusing experience of the ignorance of the
Chinese maiden of a custom of kissing.
Wishing to complete a conquest he had mode
of a young mei jin (beautiful lady) he invited
her using English words to give him a
kiss. Finding her comprehension of his re
quest somewhat obscure, he suited the action
to the word and took a delicious kiss. The
girl ran away into another reom throughly
alarmed, exclaiming: "Terrible man eater.
I shall be devoured." But in a moment,
finding herself uninjured, she returned to
him, saying: "I would learn more of your
strange rite. Kees me." He knew it wasn't
right, but he kept on instructing her in the
rite of kee-es me until she knew how to do it
like a native Yankee girl. And after that
she suggested a second course, remarking:
' Kee-es me some more seen jine, Mee-iee-
kee!" (Anglice-American) and the lesson
went on until her mamma's voice rudely
awakened them from their delicious dream.
Kiss her gently, but be sly:
Kiss her when there's no one by;
Steal your kiss.for then 'tis meetest,
Sto len kisses are the sweetest.
Tom Hood once asked whether Hannah
More had ever been kissed that is to say by
a man. It is almost lmpossiDie to imagine
such a thing, and yet it has been asserted by
the author of "Rejected Addresses." But to
think of her being kissed on the . sly and in
chorus-time! Horace tsmith distinctly amrms
that on a certain occasion
Sidney Morgan was playing the organ.
While behind the vestry door
Horace Twiss was snatching a kiss
From the lips of Hannah More. -
A Millionaire's Closet Skeleton.
From a San Francisco Letter. 1
Millionaire Hopkins never lived to enjoy
the magnificence of his new house, which is
finished in costly native woods and furnished
in the most sumptuous style. When the
house was nearing completion his mind gave
way under the strain of combined work and
worry. He used to be led up to the top of
the hill by an attendant, and then gazing
vacantly at the structure which his money
had paid for, he would ask: "What d d
fool is building that house?" When he fail
ed to improve here, the experiment was tried
of shipping him down to Yuma, but neither
beat nor cold revived his faculties, prema
turely worn out by over-exertion, and he
id his prime, one of the many victims of this
coast of this suicidal devotion to business.
The widow moved into the fine new house
and set up as a leader of fashion, and the pat
roness of charity. She succeeded very bad
ly in both roles. She has little social tact
and she is not generous. The big house is
the scene of much - festivity in the winter
months, but she has had to fall back mainlv
on the entertainment of eastern and English
aristocrats. Among tne latter have been in
cluded some of the worst of the pretenders
who have victimized San Francisco blood.
About two years ago the great house wit
nessed the marriage between Timothy Hop
kins, the adopted son, and Miss Crittenden,
protegee of the mother. All her hopes naa
been centered on the union, but it is said that
the marriage has not been a happy one.
Tim. as he is called, is one or tne ooys.
Matrimony didn't agree with him, and after
marriage h& lived about the same life he had
led before that of a gay man about town,
fond of the good things ot tms ; world. - A
coolness was the result hence the skeleton
in the costly mansion.
The Eighth Connecticut regiment will hold
its eighteenth annual reunion at Seaside
Park, Bridgeport, oa the 17th iast.
Barn am, the Showman.
Hermit's New York Letter in Troy Times.
The veteran showjnan is now in his seventy-first
year, and has been in active service
ever since childhood. His father was a poor
man, and the boy was early put to work. He
has gone through a wider variety of employ
ment than any other man on record, the
range including the sale of lottery tick
ets.keeping an oyster saloon, editing a paper,
tending bar, negro melodist, boarding-house
keeper,book canvasser, making bears' grease,
Bohemian dramatic critic, preacher, bank
president, author, partner in clock factory,
Jenny Lind concert manager, and last of all,
travelling showman. He has also been inter
ested in the clock manufacture in land spec
ulation in the fire annihilator, in an illustrat
ed newspaper and other enterprises. Success
and failure alternated in these efforts Vint tin
has made the show business more profitable
than any other man, and he has bought and
sold and imported more animals. He is now
estimated at three millions, one-third of
which is in real estate in this city and
in Bridgeport. The latter has always been
his home, and he has a grand establishment
there, but his itineracy has kept him absent
most of the time. He has been married twice.
but his only children are four daughters of
his first wife, all of whom are married. Bar
num has lived before the public, and his life
will bear inspection. Whatever may have
been his errors, his worst enemies cannot
charge him with any violation of public
morals. As a showman he employed the
tricks of the trade, and this is all that can
be urged against hhn, On the other hand.
he has been generous in benefactions, and
has also shown a uniform kindness which
long since won public esteem.
Will Prophett of West Suffield, the owner
of the mare Kitty C, has taken her to Char
ter Oak Park, where she will go into training
for fast work. It is alleged that she has
shown '32 on Sheldon Park, Norwich, within a
few weeks, and good judges pronounce her a'
stepper of no mean pretensions. Mr. Proph
ett purchased her of the same party from
whom he bought the horse Emerald, which
he sold to a New York gentleman for $2.000.
NEW FALL GOODS.
Having commenced our pur
chases we will offer in every de
partment one or the best stocks
of
DRY GOODS
in thecily, at prices that
DEFY COMPETITION.
Our goods are selected with
great care as regards
PRICE AND QUALITY,
and our slock is large and varied
so that wc can suit the most fas
tidious. We make no specialty
of the
CHEAP TRASH
so often quoted In glowing ad
vertisements, but we make a spe
cialty of
STANDARD GOODS.
WILCOX & CO.,
CHAPEL STREET.
DECORATIVE PAPER HANGINGS
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, ETC.
PLATT &. THOMPSON.
64 and 60 Orange St. and 5 Center St.
W. B. TRBWUELLA,
MANUFACTURER OF MATTRESSES.
Hair. Cotton. Husk Excelsior: also Fpnthr Rmin.
Pillows, Bolsters, etc. Renovating Mattresses a
Specialty. Will call and deliver at residence in city.
Prices the Lowest. 81 EAST WATER STREET,
al7d6m New Haven. Conn.
rriHE LITTLE ACHE IN SMALL of
JL back, the slight pain over the hips,
the weary, worn-out feeling, are very
significant and warn you of erioun re
sults that will follow. Attend to them
at once. Use BURDOCK BLOOD BIT
TERS, which will relieve these little
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AN AFTER DINNER HEADACHE is
unpleasant, and to a business man
unprofitable. Usually the stomach is
the cause. One dose of BURDOCK
BLOOD BITTERS, 15 or 20 minutes af
ter eating will stop such a headache, and
do you good. This is worth remember
ing. BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS
A BILIOUS HEADACHE IS EASILY
cured if you use the right medicine
which Is BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS.
The headache is so very uncomfortable
and the medicine so cheap; do not delay
but call at your druggist's and get a bot
tle. CJOUR STOMACH AND FOUL
breath can be quickly regulated by
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS, and you
will not require more than one bottle to
prove this statement. Try it and be
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Varnishes, Glue, all grades,
Sand Paper, Glass,
mixed Paints, all shades.
Sponges.
THOMPSON & BELDEN.
396 AND 398 STATE STKEET,
COURIER BUILDING.
sel
rpHB Great Balsamic Distillation
-iiv n fnwn, American
Pine, Canada Fir. Marigold Clover
Blossoms, etc., called SANFORD'S
RADICAL CURE, for the Ymme
ciate relief and permanent cure of
every form of Catarrh, from a
simple cold in the head to Loss of
Smeil, Taste and Hearine, Couch
and Catarrhal Consumption. Com-
e'-ete threatment, consisting of one
ottle Radical Cure, one box Ca
tarrhal Solvent and one Improved
Inhaler, all in one package, may
Ask for SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
Complete Treatment with Inhaler $ I
"The above absolute specific we know of." Med
ical Times. The best we have found in a lifetime
of suffering." Rev. Dr. Wiggin, Boston. -'After a
long struggle with Catarrh the Radical Cure has
conquered?' Rev. S. W. Monroe, Lewisburg, Pa.
"I have not found a case that it did not relieve at
ence." Andrew Lee, Manchester, Mass. ,
POTTER DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO., BOSTON.
M I III, For the relief and prevention the
JOl"-' ArO INSTANT IT IS AFPLIBID.of rheu-
VOl-TA,5 matism. Neuralgia, Sciatica, Coughs
A.U 'JJs Colda Weak Back- Stomach and
VvHr-Boweta. Shooting pains, numbness,-
-'. 11 II l.-. ...I ii In Tu i in. lnlnl,-4.'
Tl TRrmnKia- f.ivRr rmninmt. Ril
S-iois Fever, Malaria and Epidem
1FCTRICELECTKIC BATTERY combined
tL?Ki.1''th a POROUS PLASTER, and
PLAS"X& Uy'h at i""' 850 everywhere.
: selmathaw
Mrs. E. Jones Young,.
DENTIST,
330 Chapel,eor.State,Street B'd'g
Over Brooks & Co's Hat and Fur Store.
1 l- au woric warranted.
"Sl-. Office hour from S a. m. to
BP.

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