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XtAUCZST tJAJIiY NEWSPAPER IX THE CITY.
OFFICE, 400 STATE STREET.
VkEW HAYEK, COKK. TUESDAY MORNING. KOVEMBER 4, 1884.
NO. 289
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TnB CABRIKGTON PCBUSHISiO CO.C . . 1s
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Advertising is all
11 V T '
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necessary perhaps
the dry goods business
but after all ther&.
noiityzg thai -moves offl
the goods so fast as low
Prices. In our sales of
Cloaks in Octptejr we
have had a demonstra
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izon or tnis sucn as we
never saw before. We
happened ( owing to cir
cumstances which we
have explained in for-
m er advertisements )
to have our prices rath
er lower, in fact consid
erably lower, than the
other Chapel street deal
ers, and we have reaped
the aavantage most un
mistakably. The pleas
ant thing about sucji a
chance as this is that
not only we, but our
customers also are gain
ers. The low prices
are still there and there
are still plenty of
Cloaks, Coats, Sacques
ana Mantles for Ladies
and Children.
We are showing ex
ceptionally good value
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ASTRACHAN, O TTER,
Iris, Marten and Seal
Plush
in Kider Down Jersey
Cloakings,
in unshrinkable
Striped Flannel Skirt
ings, and in Colored
Venetian Cloths,
a very fine, heayy cloth
Tor iailor-maae suits.
By a special
rangement with
ar-
the
makers of the
TTT 7 7 n
we are aoie 10 otter
their Black Silks for a
short time only, each
grade for the price at
which we have been
selling the grade below.
T.I
it maxes an average
difference throughout
the line of about 2$c. a
vard. We give a writ
ten guarantee of these
silks with each dress
pattern sold.
. N. ADAM & CO
PIANOFORTE.
HARMONY AlSD COMPOSITION
UBS. BRAND
Has recommenced her lessons for the season, and
had vacancies for a tew pupils. Terms moderate.
" '". iai VOBK STREET,
. S3 3mo Two doors from Crown.
,.. miss Fannie C. Ilowe.
CULTIVATION, QF, Hii VOICE (Italian method)
;anO-Pl4P INSTRUCTION.
-vNiMfrles T.Howe,' . '
IUS$iND PIANO INSTRUCTION) '.
lOi CRONTREET. " NKAtt TBMPtiE STREET.
mj. Mi unapei street. Tnorougn ec
Ing lor young men aba ladies. Evening sessions.
Apply tor e'.fcttlar giving tun inrormation. - sia
HEW ETVGXiAIf
CONSERVATORY QF-JUSIC.
music. Vocal and iDstnuaental and Tunine.
ABT. Drawing. Fainting lodeliDKasd Portraltwa.
pKATOHY. Ulantan asd-Iomatai'
HOMfi mntnt accoxnmoffliUdns f oaSOO lady stamen ta
"AI.I. TEIM begins Sept. nth. Beautifully III d.
Calendar free. Address E. TOPRJKK. Director. '
FUAJKHX.HV SQIIAKE, BOSTON, MASS
LEARN SOMETHING USEFUL!
Don't Waste Your Evenings!
Less than a year ago a young man who was em
ployed in an office during tbs day' attended our
Evening School for a while, and is now private sec
retary to General F. D. Sloat of this city. Another
young man, learned while working in a shop, took
a position last November, and is now getting $1,000
year wi'-h a large manufacturing company.
Toung men who have the capacity to see beyond
their noses will attend the Phonographic School of
F. H. COGSWELL,
811 Chapel Street.
YALE BUSINESS COLLEGE.
BANKING DEPARTM ENT.
NIGHT SCHOOL.
Terms $10 for Tliree Months.
Apply at
No. 37 Insurance Bnlldlnsr,
e!5 It. V. LOVEBIBBE.
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
No Need of New Clothing
This Fall.
Send your Coats, Pants and Tests
Cloaks, Shawls and Jerseys,
Dresses, Sacoues and Rones,
Ribbons, Trimmings and Cloves,
Feathers, Laces, Crapes, etc.,
and have them Cleaned or Red j ed
In most cases they will look
Nearly as well as new.
Lnce Curtains & Window Shades
Done up equal to new.
arpets Cleaned by Steam Scouring
LAUNDRYING
Of Every- Description.
All of my work guaranteed.
OFFICES:
645 and 878 Chapel Street,
THOMAS FORSYTH,
Flows from the Maximum Mineral Fountain of Sara
toga Springs, and is in the opinion of the most emi
nent medical men Nature's Sovereign Cure for Con
stipation. Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver, Inactive Condi
tions of the KidneySj and a most salutary alterative
in scrofulous affections. With ladies, gentlemen
and bon vivants everywhere it has become the
standard of dietary expedients, fortifying the diges
tive functions and enabling free livers to indulge
with impunity at the table. The world of wealth,
intelligence and refinement testifies to ita sparkling,
naturally pure and delightful qualities as the bev
erage incomparable, and accredit it with being the
surest' and spediest source of their clear complex
ions, high and exuberant spirits. HATHORN
SPRING WATER is sold only in glass bottles; four
dozen pints are packed in a case. It may be ob
tained at all hotels, and of druggists, wine mer
chants and grocers everywhere. my3
Potatoes. Potatoes.
Nice Early Rose Potatoes 65c bushel.
Dan vera Yellow Onions GOc bushel.
Now is the timn tn Tint, in vnnr Wintpr'H Kimnlv of
Potatoes and Onions. Don't wait until they are $1
a bushel, v '
Plllsbury's Best Flour $6.50 a barrel; 90c a bag.
This Flour is too well known to need comment.
Tne Best Family Flour $5.00 a barrel; 75c a bag.
18 pounds C Sugar $1.
33 bars Higgins' Soap SI.
New Currant Jelly 10c a pound.
Still selling Old Government Java Coffee for 28c
pound.
yTelephone.
S. S. ADAMS,
745 Gt-xeixxca. Street.
WINDOW GLASS,
PAINTS, OILS
AND-
VARNISH.
THOMPSON & BELDEN,
QQ6 and QOQ
New Buckwheat Flour,
T71IRST of the season. The genuine Piatt's pa-
a ' tenb, tur n uivii we re ttuie agents.
ocl4 EDWARD E. HALL & SON,
' MAPLE SYRUP
TN Bulk and Bottles, from Vermont.
A-
E. E. HALL & SON.
PRICES REDUCED.
OXL.Y PRIME! BEEF KEPT.
Porterhouse Steak 24c. ' -
Sirloln Steak 20 and 22c.
Round Steak 14, 16 and 18c.
. Rack Steak 12 and 14c
Roast Beef 14, 16 and 18c.
Corned Beef 8c up.
Sparerib and Sausage 12c.
Sweet Potatoes 25c per peck
Native Celery 15c bunch.
White Turnips 25c bushel.
Finest Potatoes 65c bushel.
GREAT BARGAINS IN GROCERY DEPARTMENT
Codfish 6c lb. Fat Mackerel 18c dozen, Columbia
River Salmon 15c can New Buckwheat 80 lbs for $1,
Rye Flour 85 lbs for $1, 10 lbs Cornmeal 25c, Choice
(WinHPV T!l,ft."t- i llTwl IK. Vgiaina ill.
Currants 8c lb, P. R. Molasses 48c gallon. Syrup 45c
Itzuiou, pci duuuu W iiiii(.:t, i.sa per DaSEet,
our best New procesB Flour $11.50 uits every time.
Fresh Poultry Friday and Saturday,
J. II. KEARNEY,
Elm City Cash Grocery,
74 AND 76 CONGRESS AVE., CORNER HILL ST.
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JOHN E. EARLE,
IVo. 868 Chapel Street.
ftfew ItaVcn, Conn.
Gives his personal attention to procuring
Patents for Inventors.
' tJKlTED STATES AND FOEEI&W CjOtJNTElES
A prSclicb ct more than thirty years, and fre-
?iueht, visits to the Patent Office has given him a
amillarity with every department of, and mode of
proceeding at, the Patent Office, which, together
with the fact that he now visits Washington semi
monthly to give his personal attention to the inter
est oi u enema, warrants mm in uteasseruon trial
no office in this country is able to offer the same
facilities to Inventors ill securing their Inventions
. J. l i i ana parucuisny to i . i ;.c. wnose
applications, nave been rejected an eauttninatioo of
wweta he wiU moke froe of cnarjre.
Prelihilfaary examination, prior to-application for
patent made at Patent Office, at a small charge.
His facilities for procuring Patents in Foreign
iouuines are unequaied.
Refers to more than one thousand clients for whom
he has procured Letters Patent . jylMiw
STONT CREEK AND LIGHTHOUSE
- Oysters
.'-"3::"'o,Kflra: leonttER.'
Lake Trout, Haliuut,.Blueflsh, Sea Bass, Blackfish
Flatflshj Mackerel.
Sprine Chickens and Fowls. PRICE REDUCED,
Prime Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal and Fresh Pork.
Choice Sugar Cured Hams, Shoulders, Breakfast
Bacon, Smoked and Dried Beef, Fulton Mar
ket Smoked and Pickled Beef Tomrues.-
Sweet Potatoes, Cabbages, red and white, Green
'lomatoes, sweet feppers, c.
JUDS0N BROTHERS,
PACKING AND PROVISION CO.
SOS and 507 STATE STREET,
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THOMAS PHILLIPS & SON,
DESIGNERS AND SCULPTORS
IN
GRANITE.MARBLE &ST0NE
OFFICE AN'tf STEAM WORKdi
143 iltOli STREET,
. Near the Grove Street Cemetery.
BRANCH Opposite the entrance of the Evergreen
Cemetery, New Haven, Conn.
The largest and most varied assortment of Monu
merits. Tablets, Headstones, etc., to be found in the
State will be kept finished at both establishments.
Agents for the Westerly, Quincy, Red Beach and
Scotch Granite Quarries. oc4tf
ANDREW G-OODHAft,
N0S. 160, 162 CROWN ST.
Fine Assortment of Fancy and Staple
Croccrien.
FLOVR! FLOUR!
At reduced prices.
Old Government Java Coffee 35c per lb.
Fine Butter 35c per lb, 4 1-2 lbs $1.
Splendid Cream Cheese 15c per lb.
3 boxes sardines 35c.
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,
Nos. 160 and 162 Crown Street
GOODMAN'S BUILDING,- FOUR DOORS FROM
CHURCH STREET) NEAR BRAND OP
ERA HOUSE.
au!3 - Union Copy.
Rladame Dean's
SPINAL SUPPORTING CORSET
FOR LADIES AND MISSES.
Patented March 20th, 1888.
Price: Ladles', $3.00; misses', $2.00.
These corsets are especially constructed with two
curved springs so as to fit exactly on and support
the shoulder blades, and another spring to support
the spine, both made of the very finest tempered
clock spring, thus creating a complete support for
the spine, sure to prevent or cure Backache, Spinal
Irritation, Round Shoulders, Stooping Habits, Rheu
matism, Weakness, Iservous or General Debiuty,
Pains in the Hip, Back or Limbs, Diseases of tne
Snine. Heart. Kidnevs or Liver, Falling. Inflamma
tion or Ulceration and allied diseases. They supply
a covering for the open space, and thereby protect
the spine from cold and give a smoothness of fit to
the back of the dress, making them a valuable and
most necessary corset for general wear, and of the
greatest benefit to children and young ladies at
tending school.
Thev support the spine, relieve the muscles of the
back, brace the shoulders in a natural and easy
manner, imparting graceful carriage to the wearer
witnout mscomiort, expanaing tne cnest, tnereoy
giving full action to the lungs, and health and com
fort to the body. Take the place of the ordinary
corset in every respect, and are made of fine Coutil,
in the best manner. They are highly recommended
by the leading modistes, the fashionable dress
makers, and the most eminent physicians in the
United States and Europe. Agents wanted m city
and ceuntry. Address sr. J.
. Box 743.
ocl5 eod
R. & J. I. Blair,
57, 59 &610RAIGEST,
FURNITURE DEALERS
AND
UNDERTAKERS,
Have the finest Painted Bedroom Suits In the cit
New Parlor Suits, Walnut Bedroom Suits.
The best Spring Bed for the money.
Splint, Rattan, Cane and Rush Seat Chairs in
great variety, as low as can be bought.
UNDERTAKING
promptly attended to, night or day, with care.
Bodies preserved without ice in the best manner
Also Sole Aeente for Washburn's Deodoring and
Disinfecting Fluid.
A new lot of Folding Chairs and Stools to rent for
parties or funeral. 3y8
266th EDITION. PRICE ONLY $1.
BT IHAIIi POST PAID.
If
KNOW THYSELF.7
A Great Medical Work
on
Manhood.
Exhausted Vitality. Nervous and Phvsical Debili
ty. Premature Decline in Man, Errors of Youth ann
the untold miseries resulting from indiscretion or
excesses. A book for every man, young, middle
aged and old. It contains 125 prescript all
acute and chronic diseases, each one of which is
Invaluable. So found by tne author, whose exper
ience for 23 years is such as probably never before
fell to the lot of any physician. 300 pages, bound in.
beautiful French muslin, embossed covers, full gilt,
guaranteed to be a finer work in every sense me
chanical, literary and professional than any other
work sold in this country for $2.60, or the money
will be refunded in every instance. Price only $1 by
man, pose paia. luuscrarave sample o cents. Sena
now. Gold medal awarded the author by the Na
tional Medical Association, to the officers of which,
he refers.
The Science of Life should be read by the
LESS.
lor instrucuoii, ana oy we a
benefit all. nondon Lancet.
There is no member of society to whom TVi RM-
ence of Lire wui not oe useful, whether youth, oar-
ent, guardian, instructor or clergyman. Argonaut.
Address the Peabody Medical Institute, or Dr. W.
H. Parker, 4 Bullfinch St., Boston, Mass., who may
be consulted on all diseases requiring skill and ex
perience. Chronic and obstinate diseases that have
baffled tne seiu or au ouier pnysi trp a t ciansa
Specialty. Ducnirearea success- jjMfcifmjy
without an instance of f ailur2l 1 1 1l VQinT T71
maSeodawly X JtJ. X O Tl I I J
THE EDDY REFRIGERATOR
FOB FAffllLY tSE.
The place to find the best Refrigerator is to know
where the Eddy is sola, xnac is lust serfect n
every respect, boiaoy
SILAS
GAI.POS,
360 State Street.
mo
Kangatock Railroad Company.
Bridgeport, Conn., Oct. 87, 1884.
tjotif. TIi. annual meetin&r of the stockhold
ers of the Naugatuck Railroad Co. for the election
of directors for the year ensuing, and transaction of
other business, will be held at the President's office
in Bridgeport, on Wednesday, the 19th day of No
vember next, at 11 o'clock a. m.
oei8oawdaw8w ; . H. NICHOLS, Secretary.
mm
miy
LEADERS
II H ill 11 ;f 1 I IV. I .1 IA Uf
vJ
109 CHURCH STREET.
Money refunded whereGoods prove unsatisfactory.
CAR
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L
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POPPING
CORN!
YEAR OLD.
SURE POP ! 1
Wholesale and Retail. -
FRANK S. PLATT, ;
374 and 376State Street. '
ocas
TROY
The Troy Steam Laundry at 80 Center street is a
different kind of an institution from the so-called
'Troy Laundries" which abound in this and other
cities. ;
STEAM I
This laundry is more than a mere "wash house. ' j
It was established about a year ago. and now em- !
ploys about fifteen hands. It is carefully conducted
by jnen of long experience on' a very systematic
plan, which never fails to produce the "best work.
LAUNDRY,
This laundry is in no way connected with any ;
other that ha3 evtr been in this city, but is connect
ed with two of the largest and best in New England (
80 CENTER STREET.
Goods called for and delivered promptly without
extra charge. Send by postal or telephone.
A. J. CRAWFORD & CO.,
GOLD MEDAL, FABI3, 187b,
BAKER'S
Warranted absolutely purfl
Cocoa, from vrhich the excess of
Oil baa been removed. It has three
times the strength of Cocoa mixed
with Starch. Arrowroot or Sugar,
and js therefore far more economi- .
cal. It la delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested, and
admirably adapted for invalids as
well as for persons In health.
Sold by Grocers everywhere
?. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass.
JOHNSTON'S
PREPARED KALS0M1NE
In white and all other desirable
tints.
The Best and Cheapest in the
Market.
A Large Assortment of
WHITEWASH RRUSHES,
Varying in price from 50c up
wards. .
JIASURY'S CELERRATED
RAILROAD COLORS
AND .
AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT
D. S. GrLElOT & SOIT,
Xos. 270 and 372 State St.
m!0 -
Clairvoyant.
ITIRS. J. J. CLARK,
The great business test and healing medium, 28
Crown street, continues to astonish hundreds in this
city by her Clairvoyant powers. Mrs Clark locates
diseases without asking questions, and indicates the
appropriate remedy, She compounds vegetable
medicines from roots, barks and herbs, which have
a surprising curative effect Hours from 9 to 12 a.
m.. and 2 to 4 p. m. and evenings. oclS
J.E. NORTHROP
Is Selling Groceries Very Low
for Cash.
All Kinds of Meats of the Best
Quality Away Down.
BUTTER, CHEESEand EGGS
Always the Best.
I Warrant Everything.
Sell to Iilve First.
No Cheap Goods for Advertising Pur
poses.
Sugars too Low to Say any tblnx about.
P. 8. Don.t forget to call and get my prices.
Goods Delivered.
ocS3
R. G. RUSSELL,
ARCHITECT,
No. 853 Chapel Street, New Haven
Conn
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OVERCOATINGS.
We have tills Winter made a
specialty of Cvercoatings, and
have in stock an Immense line of
Kerseys, Meltons and Chinchillas
which we will make np at a low
figure.
L. II. FREEDMAN & SON,
92 CHURCH STREET.
Thirty
Tears Seooid.
Endorsed
try Ehysioians.
By the use of tills
jjEiaJSliX, tho Stora
AOh and Bowels
speedily regain their
i.rengtb, and tfa
blood Is ptirifled.
It is pronounoed by
bnndreds of the best
doctors to be 12lo ON
LY CURE for all
kinda of Kidney Dla-
.DISEASES
, OP,
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KIDNSY8
BIADCKR
AND
ttBXNABT
OBOANS
DSOPBT
OBAVXI.
SIABBTES
ERioirr-a
TXSSASB
SAXKS
TN
Xt ia purely vege
table, and cores when
other medicines fi.
It is prepared ex
pressly for these dis
eases, and has never
been known to fail.
One trial will con
vince you. Tor sale
by all druggists.
SACK'
' IiOrNB
OS
8ZDB
jrHEtVOTJS
DISEASES
JLSl'HN 'HON
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FBICB 1.SS.
Send for
Pamphlet
of Testi-
JTOM'-BETEHnOW
4t TJBXNB.
ASIDE
from the Intense pain caused by Rheuma
tism and lVeanUslsw they are very dangerous
diseases, frequently causing' death. It's strange
that until lately medical science has been un
able to discover a remedy that is safe in its ac
tion and sure la its cure. Remedies have Here
tofore been discovered, but so dangerous are
they, that unless carefully administered, they
are more deadly than the disease. It Is because
Is absolutely harmless and certain to cure, that
It has achieved fts wonderful success.
Mr. M. M. Til ton, Chicago, 111., writes:
Have witnessed marvelous effects pro.
dneed by Athlofiobos, particularly in one
severe case of Rheumatism of 15 years stand- '
ing-, where fest and hands were much dis
torted patient after taking- two bottles was
entirely relieved from pain. Have used it in
my own family with entire success.''
Geo. A. Crandale, 2d and Walnut Sts,
Ds Moines, Is., writes :
Atbxopbobos has astonisbed me with its
. wonderful power. I have used two bottle, for
Inflammatory Khenmatism, and find it the
beat investment I ever made. I am now after
one weeks' time able to attend to my business
and am entirely free from pain or swelling."
If you cannot get Athlophokos of your drug-
gist, we will send
na it
exnress paid, on receipt or
rerular once one dollar per Don
ottle. We prefer
that you buy it from your druggist, but ir be
hasn't it, do not be persuaded to try something
else, out oruer at once iroui ua, w uuwicu.
ATHLOPHOBOS CO.
112 WALL ST. NEW YORK
BROADWAY CASH STORE.
Prime Lamb, Beef and Pork.
Hindquarter Lamb, 15c a pound.
Forequarter Lamb, 11c a pound.
Lee of Lamb, 18c a pound.
Loin Lamb, to roast, 15c a pound,
RrRaat Tjunb. tn atew. 7c a pound.
Fresh Pork and Sausages, 12c a pound.
Porterhouse Steak, 80c a pound.
Tenderloin Steak, 20e a pound.
Best Rib Roast Beef, 16c a pound.
Boneless Roast Beef, 16c a pound.
Chuck Roast and Chuck Steak, law pound.
Plate Beef, 7c a pound.
Beef 's Liver, 8c a pound.
Spring Chickens, ai)e a pound.
15 lbs Standard Granulated Sugar for $1.00.
The best slace to buy Flour, Butter, Tea and Cof
fee in this city. Come in. Come all. Come early.
PAKIi JEiSTK 11KV.,
lOl AND 10T BROADWA1.
THE AMERICAN
Automatic Low-Pressure
Steam Heater.
-The"mo8tperfectHeater;ever built.
Seir.BegnlatlnK. Scientific Construe
.... tlon.
Can be applied to all buildings, large or small. The
agents f or the above Heater for New Haven and vi
cinity give their careful attention to Steam Heating
in all its branches. Are also manufacturers and
j i . ninam flaa on1 Plnmhcira1
& applies. Wrought and Cast Iron Pipe and fittings.
ttuDoer ana uoown ntxKs au a a , -
end for Circular.
J. P. GILBERT & CO.,
470 state Street:
CALL ON US
FOB-
GAME.
FRESH SCPPLIES DAItY.
Prims Beela Sjecialty.
L. C. PFAFF & SON
7 and 9. Church Street.
ocl.
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Wv4M monials.
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In Connecticut.
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Advertisements on second page one price and a
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Yearly advertisers are limited to their own imme
diate business, and their contracts do not include
Wants, To Let, For Sale, etc. -. -.
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space. -
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Single Copies 5 cents ... (2.00 a year
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Notice.
We cannot accept anonymous er return rejected
communications. In all cases the name of the
writer will be required, not for publication, but as a
guarantee of good faith.
Tuesday, November 4, 1SS4.
REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS.
FOB PRESIDENT,
JAMES G. BLAINE, of Maine.
FOR TICK PRESIDENT,
JOHN A. LOGAN, or Illinois.
State Electoral Ticket.
ELSCTORS-AT-LARGE,
Theodore D. Woolsey, of New Haven.
CnAKi.ES 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,
IX) REIN A. COOKE, of Barkhamsted.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE,
CHARLES A. RUSSELL, of Killingly.
FOR TREASURER,
V. B. CHAMBERLAIN, of New Britain.
FOR COMPTROLLER,
LUZERNE I. MUNSON, of Waterbnry.
For Representatives In Congress.
Districts 1. John R. Bock, Hartford.
2. Henrv Allen, Branford.
3. John T. Wait, Norwich.
4. Lyman W. Coe, Torrington.
For State Senators.
Districts
2d Maro S. Chapman, of Manchester:
4th J. Andrew Pickett, of New Britain.
5th Edgar J. Doolittle, of Meriden.
8th Starr H. Barncm, of New Haven.
luth John Brewster, of Ledyard.
12th R. Jay Walsh, of Greenwich. -13th
George R. Cowles, of Norwalk.
14th Henry R, Parrott, sf Bridgeport.
16th James B. Tate, of Woodstock.
18th Wheelock T. Batcheller, of Winchester,
aoth Horace D. Ccrtiss, of Woodbury.
22d Josiah M. Hubbard, of Middletown.
24th J. Dwight Chaffee, of Mansfield.
For Representatives,
SAMUEL E. MERWIN.JB.,
SIMEON J. FOX.
For Jndge of Probate.
New Haven District Julius Twiss.
NO KKLIGIOCS ISSUE.
My ancestors on my father's side were, as
you know, always identified with the Pres
byterian church,and they were prominent and
honored in the old colony of Pennsylvania.
But I will never consent to make any public
declaration upon the subject, and for two
reasons. First, because I abhor the intro
duction of anything that looks like a relig
ious test or qualification for office in a repub
lic whore perfect freedom of conscience is
the birthright of every citizen; and second,
because my mother, was a devoted Catholic.
I would not, for a thousand presidencies,
speak a disrespectful word of my mother's
religion, and no pressure will draw me into
any avowal of hostility or unfriendliness to
Catholics, though I have never received, and
do not expect any politioal support from
them. From a private letter from Mr,
Blaine to Dr. James King, of Pittsburg,
March 10, 1876.
At no time during the memory of anyone
who does me the honor to hear me has there
been so little bigotry in the eountry as there
is to-day. At no previous time has there
beeii an occasion of great public interest re
lating to the fate of the government in
which, upon the same platform and for the
same patriotic end, has there been such cor
dial and hearty cooperation as there is now
among the great religious denominations,
Protest-ant, Catholic and Hebrew. Certainly
that is the great consummation which a re
public pledged to civil and religious liberty
should aim at, and it will remain the lasting
glory of the Republican party that that con
summation has been achieved during its
broad and wise and liberal administration
of the national government. James G.
Blaine, in his speech in Chickering Hall.
PAY NO ATTENTION TO CAMPAIGN LIES AND
LIARS.
EDITORIAL NOTES.
From a total of $963,643,862 in 1871 our
foreign trade had increased to $1,545,041,974
in 1881 an increase during the second de
cade of protection of more than the total for
eign trade at the end of twenty-four years of a
tariff for revenue only. These figures speak
for themselves.
English politics are getting bitter. Mr.
Chamberlain's reading of the sworn state
ments of agents employed by tory managers
to make trouble at the recent Birmingham
meeting threatens to lead to a batch of libel
suits. Lord Salisbury recently taunted the
people for their good humor in franchise
demonstrations, intimating that Mr. Cham
berlain might get his head broken if he took
part in the processions. . Mr. Chamberlain
naturally arraigned Salisbury in the Com
mons for this piece of ill-temper, and so it
goes. . -
VOTE AGAINST THE
CAN FREE TRADERS.
ENGLISH AND AMERI-
Tn St. Louis a new boulevard pavement of
prepared gumwood is being tried on Chestnut
street. After the roadbed is dng out and
rolled a layer of concrete is put down and
coated with sand. This is glazed with coal
tar, on which five-inch gumwood blocks are
set upright, with an ordinary lath between
the 'rows at the bottom to separate them.
This space is filled part way up with coal tar
and the rest of the way with sand and gravel,
which is rammed in compactly. This pave
ment is firm, elastic and comparatively
noiseless, but costly.
Herman Lincoln, of Newtown Centre,
Massachusetts, hits some other people than
Colonel Lyman in his letter refusing to
vote for the latter for congressman. He
says: I am asked to vote for a gallant soldier
in the war who now unites with the unre
pentant leaders of secession; for an anti
slavery man who now. votes, for -the . oppres
sion of the freedmen; for a civil service
reformer who advocates the election of Mr.
Hendricks, pledged to the removal of at least'
fifty thousand office-holders; for a reformer
in politics, making moral character the only
.question in the campaign, who announces his
purpose to vote "with confidence" for a lib
ertine. Such a candidate I cannot . support.
I can no longer trust his consistency or hon
esty. In a paper on "Italian Social Life," con
tributed to the current number of the Na
tional Review, Mr. Gallenga points out that
"the great misfortune of an Italian citizen
of the middle class is that he is a man of few
wants. The lazzaroni instinct runs through
the whole race. No one will do a job to earn
sevenpence so long as he can keep soul and
body together by a job of sixpence." An
other misfortane is that " politics are the
only lucrative calling. Bu
reaucracy overruns the land like a swarm of
locusts. There can be no
less than 60,000 government officials in
Rome alone. The pay is
little better than beggary, but the work is
little better than make-believe. There are
twenty men to do the work of ten, and
twenty more to hinder it." A third evil is
that "nowhere in the world is celibacy more
generally the order of the day than among
the Italian middle classes. It is a law for
the clergy, a rule of discipline for the land
and sea forces, a necessity for the mob of
minor public functionaries and professional
men; finally, a matter of fashion for the
golden youth."
free trade means lower wages, vote
with the party of protection.
The Melbourne correspondent of the Lon
don Times, writing on September 4, states
that a succession of burglaries which had
been committed in various parts of the
suburbs of that city had been traced to a
gang of French ex-convicts from New Cale
donia, who arrived in Melbourne by the Mes
sageries boat and commenced operations as
burglars and coiners. Six of them have
been arrested, the last capture being
that of a Frenchman who had passed
uriuer several aliases, and who turned
out to be the leader of the gang. This man
had undergone a long sentence on the roads
in New Caledonia for coining and pther
crimes committed in France. The house
occupied by the men has also been discovered,
and found to contain the most complete col
lection cf burglars' and coining tools and ap
paratus of every kind that has ever been
seen in Australia. There were also found in
the house supplies of food, wines and spirits
sufficient to last six months, the stock having,
it is presumed, been collected to avoid the
daily calls of tradesmen and others. The
discovery is stated to have caused a great sen
sation in Melbourne, as there are reported to
be at present about 10,000 convicts in New
Caledonia, who may be expected to overflow
into Victoria either as fugitives or expirees.
CONNECTICUT HAS A GREAT INTEREST IN
PROTECTION. VOTE FOR BLAINE AND LOGAN.
Mr. J. H. Flagler is the general manager
of the National Tube works at McKeesport,
Pennsylvania. This is the largest establish
ment of the kind in the world, constantly
employing a force of three thousand work
men, and indirectly furnishing a livelihood
to a thousand more. Mr. Flagler has voted
the Democratic -ticket all his life, but in this
canvass he is working earnestly and effec
tively for Blaine. At the request of many
Pennsylvania manufacturers and workmen,
he has published a statement of his reasons,
in which the argument for protection and
against the English policy and candidate is
powerfully presented. It closes with this
special appeal to American workmen of Irish
birth: Why not just here use the power in
your hands, a power more effective than all
the explosives in nature; and that is to speak
through the ballot-box with the protective
policy of the Republican party and thus say
to England: "Recognize our rights or we will
vote with and for that nation wherever an
Irishman dwells who will restrict your trade
until we, as a people, are given a respected
voice in the government of old Ireland." A
paralyzed trade and its cause is the great mo
tor that will bring reflection to the English
nation more effectively than arguments.
The charity organization society of the city
of New York makes a flattering showing for
the two years and a half of its existence. The
organization works through district commit
tees, while all questions of principle are re
ferred to a central council. Six districts have
been formed between Houston and Seventy
second streets on the east and Houston and
Fourteenth on the west side, and there will
Boon be three more above Fourteenth street,
the intention being to cover the whole city
as aeon as possible. Already 40 of the city's
leading relief societies, 17 prominent institu
tions and 130 churches work in a large meas
ure through the charity organization society;
67,000 reports have been received and filed
and 17,000 houses, occupied by applicants
for help or criminals, registered. An out
door officer looks after the beggars and has
arrested many and cautioned others. Through
his watchfulness a number of "poor blind
men with large families to sup
port have come to grief." He has
found, too, that many of the organ-grinders
are professional beggars vagrants on their
own account or in the employ of others. One
of the greatest obstacles of systematized be
nevolence in New York is the bestowal of
charity unwisely, and entire abstinence from
back door giving is urged.
VOTE EARLY.
WORKERS.
EARLY VOTING HELPS THE
CAMPAIGN LIES.
The regular soldiers of Mexico are paid $4
per month and are expected to steal the rest
in Texas. Detroit Free Press.
It is only 392 years since America was dis
covered by Columbus. It is no wonder that
American youths are so fresh. Philadelphia
Call.
It makes a young man feel rather cheap to
hear his sweetheart singing, as he approaches
the house, "Nobody loves me." Burlington
Free Press.
. One single oyster will produce 123,000,000
young oysters in the course of a year. It
must give an oyster some anxiety to look
after his family. Boston Post.
A Pensacola man who went out to fish for
sharks about four weeks ago is supposed to
have caught one, as he has not been seen
since. Inquire inside. Detroit Free Press.
' They charge that Belva Lockwood in
tends to collect all the ballots cast for her for
President and make a crazy quilt of them.
Waterbury American.
,: A little girl, who with her parents hid
succeeded in reaching home just before the
rain came down, said: "Wefl, we beat the
Lord that time, didn't we, mai" Boston
Jingo.
- Let none of the great family of Browns be
alarmed-if they see ghosts of their relatives
this season. All shades of brown are said
to be in the height of fashion. Burlington
Free Press.
"Halloo!" shouted one boy to another
whom he saw running wildly down the
street. "Halloo! Are you training for a
race!" "No," called back the flying boy,
"I'm racing for a train."
"How are you, Barton? For whom are yon
going to vote!" "Ah, deah boy, shan't vote
at all, don't you know." "Shan't vote at all!
Why not?" "Should be compelled to sweah
that I was bawn in this blawsted country,
old chappie, don't you know." Puck.
It is said that John Stuart Mill waited four
teen years for a man to die so he could marry
the widow. The man should have exhibited
an much Datience as Mill and waited fourteen
vears longer for Mill to die unless he
had a spite against him. Norristown Herald,
. "Pa." asked the small bov. "why do they
call the first piece the organ plays in-church
the 'voluntary!' " "Because, my son," re
plied the gentleman, "the organist runs his
hands over the keys and the orean goes
wherever it pleases." Boston Post.
"Progress" learns that a Philadelphia
builder intends to erect a row of houses with
the kitchens on the roof. This will no doubt
keep the girl from flirting with the police
man, but what a nice time she will have
with the telegraph linemen. Philadelphia
Call.
"Johnny, what would yon do if you were
to see a bad boy stealing some fruit?" asked
an Austin Sunday school teacher of the best
boy in the class. "Would you not tell him
he waa doing wrong?" "Yes, indeed, I
would, and if he didn't' make a fair divide I'd
tell the storekeeper' lexas omings.
Mistress "I dislike-to find fault, Jane, but
you must not have!sb-ihuch company in the
kitchen." Jane-lThat's just what I was
thinking myself ,-mum. Tne kitclren is too
small, mum." -Mifitress "Well, I should
say so." Jane "Yes, mum; but wnat can
I do, mum! The evenings is -getting cool,
and there iiill'lj.ji tnliWTT 'T "
Call. mZ$teAWpU:. '
No longer does tbe boy i
In shady brooklets swim, ;
Nor seeks the maiden coy
The golden rod so prim. ' ...
.: .
- He to his sorrow- learns
The-way to Bchool and back;
She simplv sits and yearns
For that lovely seaiskin sacque.
Boston Post.
NEW HAVEN SHOULD BE WELL REPRESENT
ED IN THE LEGISLATURE. VOTE FOR MERWIN
AND FOX.
UNDER THE GUILLOTINE.
The Story of a Man Who Was Re
prieved Under tne Shadow or the
Knife.
Few men have stood on the scaffold and
faced the French guillotine under sentence of
death, with necks bared for the cruel knife,
and have tried to describe their sensations
under the terrible ordeal, says the St. Louis
Post-Dispatch. It is like calmly, coolly meet
ing the monster death, having been almost as
one dead as far as feelings are concerned,
having bidden farewell to the world forever,
and only lacking in the complete experience
of death the momentary physical twingo, if
twinge there be, that marks the severing of
the head from the body and the dissolution
of life. Captain Carlo de Rudio, one of the
companions of Orsiui in the conspiracy
against the life of Napoleon III, and one of
the men who threw a hand grenade at the
emperor, all of which is a matter of history,
has passed through this experience. Captain
de Rudio is now an officer in the Seventh
cavalry, United States army, and has been
spending several days at the Planters' await
ing an assignment to duty. He is unwilling,
as a rule, to talk about this part of his life,
but in a friendly conversation with a repor
ter he gave a vivid and graphic picture of the
scene on the scaffold, and of the incidents
connected with this fateful period of his life.
De Rudio was the youngest of three con
demned men, and had a wife ju3t sixteen
years old, with an infant in her arms. Mrs.
De Rudio was an English girl, and, in the
hope of saving her Lusband through English
influence, she excited the pity of Queen Vic
toria, who communicated with the Empress
Eugenie and obtained her promise that she
would do all "in her power to save his life.
The emperor would do nothing himself, and
insisted on leaving the whole question of par
don with the Senate. The Senate met on the
night before the day set for the execution of
De Rudio and his companions. Napoleon
himself opened the session, and, in a speech
to the Senators, so placet! the matter of par
doning the Italians that to have voted for the
pardon would have been to have declared
one's self a friend of revolution and an ene
my of the emperor. A majority of the Sen
ators were, in fact, Republicans, and in favor
of pardon, but the speech of the emperor
made it impossible for them to vote in ac
cordance with their conviction without bring
ing ruin on themselves. The empress, when
she heard what had been done by the Senate,
found that it was impossible to influence Na
poleon. It seemed inevitable that De Rudio should
die, and that the prayers of his young wife
would be in vain. The second place in the
trio had fallen to the lot of Captain do Rudio,
and he was to die immediately after the first
victim, and before Orsini, who wasthe last.
In accordance with the rule in France, the
prisoners were notified of the fact that they
had to die at six o'clock, one hour before the
time for the execution. Priests were admit
ted to their presence and all --preparations
made for death. De Rudio had completed
was led bv his truard to the scaifold. It was
the 13th of March, a cold, blustering day,
with a very unpleasant mixture of snow,
rain and sleet falling. A more disagreeable,
gloomy day fitted more for the scene that was
to take place could not well be imagined.
Captain de Rudio had his arms bound behind
him, and his clothing had been stripped from
his neck and shoulders almost to his waist to
give the glittering curved blade, which he
could see suspended before him, a free and
unobstructed course through his neck. The
black cap had been adjusted on his head pre
paratory to being drawn over his face. He
was very fond of smoking, and had request
ed the privilege of emptying a final pipe,
which had been granted by the guard, and
he was puffing away in a dripping rain,
awaitinc the stroke of the bell which should
announce the time for his death.
The hand of the clock pointed to just b:0o
when a man was seen to pass through the
prison gate and hurriedly make his way to
the scaffold, which he inouDted, and throngh
the way made for him by the guard he walked
to where De Rudio was standing, scarcely no
ticing surrounding objects, so intent was he
upon his own thoughts.
"This is a cold, unpleasant day to be out
in such costume, my friend," he remarked to
De Rudio.
"Yes," was the nonchalant reply, "but-I
don't care. I haven't time to catch cold."
De Rudio did not know the person who had
spoken to him, but he noticed that he was
covered with decorations, and in deference
to his supposed rank he said: "Excuse me
for continuing to smoke, but I cannot take
this pipe out of my mouth, and besides, I
am a great smoker, and, as this is the last
pipe I expect to smoke, I want to get the full
benefit of it."
"Oh, go ahead and smoke," was the smil
ing rejoinder, "but I am happy to say that
you will probablv smoke many more."
"I hardly think so; I shall be dead in a
few minutes," said De Rudio.
"No, you won't, because I have a reprieve
for you."
"But if I am not executed at seven o clock,
according to law, I cannot be executed at all
under this sentence."
'Never mind about that. That is my bus
iness. Go to your cell and I will call and
explain till at nine o'clock."
The gentleman then gave hurried orders to
the guard and they immediately conducted
De Rudio to the death cell. As he was pass
ing through the open space from the scaffold
Orsini entered the gate going toward the
scaffold. With a common impulse they
stopped and kissed each other.
"What is the matter?" asked Orsini.
"I don't know. ' I only know that I am
not to die yet," rejoined De Rudio.
"Better two than three," replied Orsini, as
the soldiers hurried him on. Just as De Ru
dio entered the gate he turned his head for a
moment. Orsini had mounted the scaffold
and at the same moment he turned his head;
their eyes met and both bowed. That was
the last they ever saw of each other.
At nine o'clock the private secretary of the
empress f or he it was who had interposed at
the critical moment in his behalf called on
De Rudio and explained the whole affair to
him. When the empress found that nothing
could be done through the Senate or the em
peror, she sent at the last moment to the pre
fect of the police, and ordered him not to
execute the youngest of the trio, and he
obeyed the order.
Napoleon was very angry at the interfer
ence, but it was impossible to execute De
Eudio under the same sentence, and he went
through the form of another trial, and was
again condemned to death, but the sentence
was commuted to death exile. He escaped
from exile, and coming to America entered
the Federal service in 1863, serving throngh
the latter part of the civil war.
FISTULA
AND
PILES,
Cared without the use of
the Knife.
W. KEED,(M.D., Harvard, 1842)
and ROBERT M . REED,)M. P., Har
vard 1876), Evans House, 175
Tremont St., Boston, treat
FISTIJLAPILES and ALL
DISEASES OE THE BJBC
TUM. without detention from
business. Reference given, fiend
fnr namnhlets. Office hours 11 a.
at. to 4 o'clock p. m. (except Sunday). - a28eodly
JlervousiMii
CloalGis.
Now is the time to,pnr
eliase your Fall or Winter
Cloak. Our assortment t
present is very large, and
includes tlie very latest
styles found in tlie market.
We can show yon a fine
line oi Cloaking.
Seal
Plush Cloakings, a good
rfilcjniilc of Sealskin Of
fered nf Terj Low Priees.
-aftjw "goods in CTTTV de-,
partmcnt.
WILCOX & CO.,
767 -A-3NTI 771
CHAPEL STREET.
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BURDOCK
BLOOD BITTERS.
The Talk of the People Who Use It:
A good medicine."
'Never had anything act so pleasantly on the
bowels." -
"One dose cured an after-dinner headache."
"One bottle did my dyspepsia more good than al
the medicine I ever used."
"Xever saw anything so quickly cure a bilious at
tack." "A wonderful blood purifier."
"A perfect cure for all scrofulous taint."
From Mr. William W. Jones, of Cardoino, Cloy
county, Ind.For the Iat two years I have been
seriously unwell. It would bo difficult to dfscribe
all the little ailments thut have united to render my
existence miserable in the extreme. Pains in the
breast a heavy, dull sensation in my head faint
ness at the stomach weakness iu the lejrs kidneys
badly deranged resfless Meep complexion sallow
strength all gone. Rendered desperate, I went to
the northern part of Michigan, hoping that a change
of climate would do me good. I got no benefit.
I.ast spring I went to the city of Terre Haute and
resorted to the artesian baths there for five weeks.
One dav, glancing through the papers, I noticed an
advertisement of Burdock Blood Hitters. In June I
commenced taking this medicine, though, I must
admit, with little or no expectation of relief. The
result was, however, marvelous and gratifying be
yond measure. Since using these Bitlers I have not
lost a day's work. They lake right hold and tho
effects are always pleasing.
uS d&w lm
Irs. E. Jones Young,
DENTIST,
23 CliapeI,cor.Statc,Strcct IS'd'i:
Over Brooks & Go's Hat and Fur Store.
All work warranted.
iSS&i, Office hours from 0 a. m. to
tSSJpi? 5 p.m..
E.L WSHBURH,"
OPTICIAN
And Dealer in
DRAWING INSTRDMENTS,
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The best line or
Opera m Fielfl Glasses
IN THE CITY.
With special fiicilUicf for the
inanufucturc of Spectacles and
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in niilts brandies, we arc
ing
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ELECTMCITY IS LIFE.
Why will pwple cling to the absurb idea that they
must take medicine? Electricity will reach where
medicine has failed, as 15 years' experience has
proved. If you are troubled with Catarrh, or Neural
gia, or Rheumatism, Throat or Innf? Troubles, Gen
eral Debility, Headache, Kidney Disease, try
ELECTRICITY.
Go and see Dr. Cuinminps. His method differ
from all others. His success is wonderful.
Ladies treated successfully. Indies can consult
with the Doctor's wife afternoons. Consultation
free.
DR. J. W. .CUM MINGS,
No .4 h ti roll Street.
ocl3 WOOD'S BLOCK.
TRUNKS, 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
talten in exchange. Good Goods
at Low prices at
CROFUT & COS,
OlO Oliapel Street
BELOW THE BRIDGE.
SCOLLOPS.
New Salt Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel. Hard and
Soft Shell Crabs, Halibut, Eels, Mackerel, Round
and Long Clams, Lobsters, Oysters, etc., etc.. the
best in the market.
Reed's Market, 59 Church Street
OPPOSITE THE POWOFFICB.
se IT. W. SMITH. Manager
WE HAVE COMPLETED
Our arrangements for"a
SUPERIOR STOCK
OF
FERTILIZERS !
Including brands from the following well known
manufacturers.
Quinnipiac Fertilizer Co.,
II. J. Baker A. Co.,
Mapes Formula and Peruvian
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E. Frank oe,
J. B. King A o.
Lester Bros.
Our aim this saason will to sail only goods that
we can guarantee, and to make our prices as low as
consistent with the quality.
Farmers and market gardeners intending pur
chases in this line should secure our lowest prices -as
we have made a marked reduction in Dry Fish
Guanos. Complete Manures.
Call on or address
B..Bra(iley & Co.,
No. - State St.root
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