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2c. per Copy. THE'LARGEST DAHiYPTEWSFAPER I1V THE CITY. THE CAIHtlXGTON PUBLISHING CO A OFFICE, 40OSTATE STREET. r NEW - ftAVEN, CONN. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IS, 1884. 10. 297 VOL. LH. LiK y !4 'i 5 -m- . TT . T ' tfieser' days tt is hard lo know when to call anything- ready cheap; the " bottom is knocked out" of prices altogether, as the phrase goes. The New Haven ladies have testified in a most unequivocal manner to the fact that our Cloaks - are cheap any way, whatever else may be. But really, of all the cheap things in dry goods the cheapest we have yet seen is a line of fine French Twills that we bought last week. They are all wool colored dress goods of 5-4 width and in desirable shades, j 1 Unless we are very much mistaken there is nothing superior to them offered anywhere in New Haven at less than Soc. We could get that price for them, but can take less, and will do it. for sale at They are 60c. a Yard. When you co7ne in to see them, ask also to have shown to you the magnificent Venetian Cloths at 85 c that we mentioned last week ; they are the ordinary $150. goods. Other things you ought to see are the "Bull Bison cloths at 55c and the Bird's Eye Matelass at 6 O C. These are both K-d all wool goods. jf o r tailor-made dresses we have regular lines of Cloths and Tri- ts, but our genuine ScoIcK Suiting are the most sty lis h goods for that purpose. AEDREW GOODMAN, N0S. 160, 162 CROWN ST. Fine Assortment or Fancy and Staple Groceries. FLOIIB! FtOUHl At reduced prices. Old Government Java Coffee S5c per lb. Fine Butter 25c per lb, 4 1-8 lbs 91. Splendid Cream Cheese 15c per lb. S boxes sardines 2Tc. 8-lb cans broiled Mackerel 45c. St-lb cans Brook Trout 45c. Large assortment of Canned Heats. Great variety of fruits received every day. FINE WINES, CLABETS, SHERRIES AND BRAN - . -. DIES. . r- . Call and see ns, Goods delivered to any part of the city. ANDREW GOODMAN, oe. 160 and 163 Crown Street GOODMAN'S BUTLDINO, FOUR DOORS FROM CHURCH STREET, NEAR GRAND OP- - TT.RA PTOTISB!. anlS Union Copy. VIGOR AA,KiJrs..S'S2 'gauaxtixm. PIANOFORTE. HARMONY AND COMPOSITION I MRS. BRAND Has recommenced her lessons for the season, and has vacancies for a few pupils. Terms moderate. ' 121 YORK STREET, s2 Smo Two doors from Crown. . Miss Fannie C. Howe. CULTIVATION OF THE VOICE (Italian method) and PIANO INSTRUCTION. Charles T. Howe, FLUTE AND PIANO INSTKUCTION, 102 CROWN STREET, NEAR TEMPLE STREET. se!8tf - No. 847 Chapel street. Thorough commercial train ing r or young men ana laaies. jBiveimig nmuue Apply for circular giving full information. alfl CONSERVATORY 0F MUSIC MUSIC- vocal and Instrumental ana Tuning. ART. Drawing. Painting, KodeUna and PortraStin. A R A TftKV. TJtra.tnra and LAntFD Lanffnacei nrnHEL iiptrnnt tfvTrrr-wtioTiR for 600 Lad v student lOfflJu KlepantaccomrocKiancms iorowiuy AOjX TKBM begins Sept. 11th. Beautifully III d S(VABEf BOSTOW . MAS LEARN SOMETHING USEFUL! Don't Waste Tonr Evenings! Less than a year ago a young man who was em ployed in an office during the day attended our Evening School for a while, and is now private sec retary to General F. D. Bloat of this city. Another young man, learned while working in a shop, took a position last November, and is now getting $1,000 a year with a large manufacturing company. Young men who have the capacity to see beyond their noses will attend the Phonographic School of P. H. COGSWELL, 811 Chapel Street. s5 YALE BUSINESS COLLEGE. BANKING DEPARTMENT. NIGHT SCHOOL. Terms $10 for Three Months. Apply at No. 37 Insurance Building, gelS K. Q. T.OVKR1 DK. SAVE YOUR yoriEY. No Need of New Clothing This Fall. Send your Coats, Pants and Tests Cloaks, Shawls and Jerseys, Dresses, Sacques and Robes, Ribbons, Trimmings and Gloves, Feathers, Laces, Crapes, etc., and have them Cleaned or Redyed In most cases they will look Nearly as well as new. I, nee Curtains & Window Shades Done up equal to new. Carpets Cleaned by Steam Scouring LAUN DRYING . Of Every Description. All of my work guaranteed. OFFICES: OAK QrMO ni.nnn1 Qtiuuif utu uuu oio vnaicA otiwij TH0AS FORSYTH, WINDOW GLASS, PAINTS, OILS AND- VARNISH. THOMPSON & BELDEN, 896 gt-TiCl 898 JST.A.TIEJ STREET. 25 PRICES REDUCED. ONLY PRI9IE BEEF KEPT. Porterhouse Steak Sic. Sirloin 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. sparenD ana Eausage izc. Sweet Potatoes 25c per peck Native Celerv 15c bunch. White Turnips 25c bushel. Finest Potatoes ooc ousnei. GREAT BARGAINS IN GROCERY DEPARTMENT Codfish 5e lb, Fat Mackerel 18c dozen, Columbia PivAr Salmon 15e can New Buckwheat 30 lbs for $1. Rye Flour 35 lbs for $1, 10 lbs Corn meal 25c, Choice Creamery Butter 32 and 85c, Raisins 10c, English Currants 8c lb, P. R. Molasses 48c gallon. Syrup 45c gallon, perfectly souna vumces per oassei, our best New process Hour $e.a suits every time. Fresh Poultry B nuay ana &aturaay. J. II. KEARNEY, t Elm City Cash Grocery, 74 AND 7C CONGRESS AVE., CORNER HILL ST. 1 k j. M. 57, 59 &610EAMEST., FURNITURE DEALERS AND UNDERTAKERS, ITavn the finest Painted Bedroom Suite in the cit New Parlor Suits, Walnut Bedroom Suits. 'I'hn rusr. Knnnir Kea lor me monev. Knlinr.. Rattan. Cane and Rush Seat Chain in great variety, as low as canoe bought. UNDERTAKING attended to, night or day, with care. Also Sole Acrents for Washburn's Deodoring and i Kreiim nrHwrTHi wiu inn, iitm Liin uc?ai j Disinfecting Fluid. 1 j A new tot 01 r oiaing jnairs ana dcuoih w reni iwr parties or itinenu. jyo JOHNSTON'S PHIPARED KALS0M1NE in wliite and all other desirable tints. The Best and Cheapest iH til Market. A' Large Assortment of WHITEWASH BRUSHES, Varying f n price from SOe up wards. MASURY'S CELEBRATED RAILROAD COLORS . ' " . AND ' . '. .'. AVERILL CHEMICAL PAINT D. S. GLEOTT & SON, No&TO and 273 State St. fe?cM ill Blair, 1 mw WPLisczXXzmzons. JOHN E. EARLEj No. 868 Cbapel Street, New Haven, Conn. Gives his personal attention to procuring Patents for Inventors. IN THE UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES A practice 01 more man tmrty years, ana xre- uent visits 10 tne raxenc jmce nas criven him a familiarity with evei ntn everv npimrtxnp.nfc or. ' department of, and mode of proceeding it, the Patent Office, which, together with the fact that no now visits Washington semi mAnthlv to pive his Dei-Rona! attention to the inter ests of his clients, warrants him in the assertion that no office in this country is able to offer the same facilities to Inventors 111 securing their inventions by Letter latent ana particularly to tnose wnose tich he will make free nave utwu reiecxea tui c 11 inwuu ui of charge. Preliminarv examination, orior to ai lication for patent maae as r-awsnt urace, ac a charge. His facilities for procuring; Patents in Foreign Countries are unequal eo. Refers to more than one thousand clients for whom he has procured letters latent. jyioaarw A FRIEND IN NEED. DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT. Prepared from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet of Connecticut, the great natural Bone-Better. Has been used for more than fifty years and is the best known remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises. Burns, Cuts, Wounds, and all external in juries. DODD'S NERVINE AND IN VIUOKATOK. Ktanri&rd and reliable, and never fails to comfort the aged and help everybody who uses it SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS TRY IT. n31eod&wj Fire Marine Insurance Plate Glass Steam Boiler Life Accident WE REPRESENT THE Oldest and Strongest Companies, AND THOSE HAVING THE BEST FINANCIAL STANDING, Both Home and Foreign, of any agency in this city. Parties who intend to insure will do well to con sider the above facts before placing their business elsewhere. We solicit an impartial examination of : the merits of the companies that we represent. juosses satisfactorily aa justea ana promptly paia. CHAS. WILSON &CO., T21 (old No. 313) CHAPEL ST1IKKT, oc28 Rooms 1, 3 and !. Clairvoyant. in its. jr. jr. clabk, The trreat business test and healing medium. 223 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 compoiinds vegetable a surprising curative effect Houra from 9 to 12 a. m., ana zmap. m. ana evenings. ocis LitcMeia Gouty CMckeiis. I keen mv meat market well surjolied with all kinds of Meats of the best quality, and the prices I am sure will suit you. Plours. Best Family Flour $5.50 barrel, T5c for ag. New Process SO. 50 barrel. 85c bag. 24Ulb A splen- did new Fig 15c lb. Prunes, Steamed Peaches and Apples just received. White Clover Honey 20c lb. BurnhanVs Cooked Oatmeal cans for 25c. I can give you many other good bargains, and I know you win uo iuu uum, jou cuxuuwnccu xo traae ac. J. E. NORTHROP'S, 965 Grand Street. p. s.- -X am agent for the Health Food Co. Ne" no? York. ACCORDION PLEATER! The pleater with which Mine. Sallade- -established her business, and the sole device used by her for the first five years and still used on all kindsof box, ac- coraion ana tancy pieatmg Send for circular. No. 8 E i is now offered for sale. st 18th St., N. Y. oc3daw3m BROADWAY CASH STORE. Prime Spring Lamb Reduced.! Hindquarter Lamb, 14c a pound. Forequarter Lamb, 11c a pound. Leer f Lamb, 10c a pound. Lorn Lamb 14c a pound. Shoulder Lamb, 14c a pound. Lamb breast, to stew, 6c pound. Fresh Fork and Sausages, 11c a pound. Lard and Salt Fork 11c pound. Celery, in larere bunches, each 15c. 15 lbs Standard Granulated Sugar for $1.00. Finest Ponce Porto Rico Molasses 50c gallon. Old Government Java Coffee 25c pound. Spring Chickens, 18e a pound. - Best New Process Flour reduced to 85c a bag. Call early. PAUL JENTE & BROS., lOl AND lOT BROADWAY. nG THE EDDY REFRIGERATOR FOR FAMILY USE. The place to find the best Refrigerator Is to know where the Eddy is sold. That is lust perfect every respect. Sold by SILAS m5 3 64) State Street. DR. DAVID KENNEDY'S 0 0 for the Cnre of Kidney and XArvr Com. plaints, Constipation, and all disorders arising from an impure state of the BLOOD. To women who suffer from any of the -ills pecu liar to their sex it is an unfailing friend. All Druggists. One Dollar a bottle, or address Dk, David Kennedy, Eondout, N. T. A CURE FOR GRAVEL A Common mud. Painful Complaint A Statement You May Confide In. It seems to have been rtserved for Dr. David Ken nedy, of Rondout, N. Y., to accomplish, through his preparation widely Known as JiJ!iJvJi;uit a VORITE REMEDY, what others have failed to com- rasa. The subtowed letter will be touna oi vital in terest to sufferers from gravel and to the general public: Albaxy. March 20. 18&1. Dr. David Kennedv. Rondout. N. Y. : Dear Sir Let me tell you frankly that I have never been partial to proprietary medicines, as I be lieve the majority of them to be nothing better uian memoas oi ooraining money irvin ueupiw wuom suffering makes ready to catch at any nope of re lief. They are mean cheats and delusions. But vour Favorite Ilemedv I know from hanov exner lence to be a totally different thing. I have been a sufferer from gravel for years, ana had resorted to many eminent pnysicians lor reuei. out no Derma nent good came of it. About three years ago your FAVORITE REMEDY was recommended to me. I can give you the result in a sentence: I tried it and it cured me completely. I am confident it saved my lite, x ou can use una u you tnink best. Yours, etc., NATHAN ACKLEY. Cantain Nathan Acklev was for a loner time con nected with the Canal Appraiser's office to Albany. He is well known and writes for no purpose but to do good to others. as a meoicine xor an disease oi tne tiiooa, raver AJUiievs emu uikosu ureaua 1LU x FAVUid PTE REMEDY has fairly won its hi eh refutation. Write if desirable to Dr. David Kennedy, Rondout, j. x. ocueoaawir. TROY The Trov Steam Laundrv at 80 Center ntrt is a different kind of an institution from the bo called "Trov Laundries" which abound m this and other cities. STEAM This laundrv is more than a mere "wash hnruiA Tt was established about a vear asro. anrl nnw am. ploys about fifteen hands. It is carefully conducted bv men of long experience on a verv KVKtmAi I P110 wiucu iitjver lous w prvuuoe me Dost work. LAUNDRY, This laundrv is In no war connected with I uuier uuu uw crci vrxm m uin kilj , uuu 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., seStf . New Backwbeat Flonr, FIRST of the season. The genuine Piatt's pa tent, for which we are sole agents, i oci4 . edward Shall & son. MAPLE SYRITP rN Bulk and Bottles, from Vermont. E. .E. BALL & SON. Quick pntMnl etri Book ftMb LEADERS IN 109 CHURCH STREET. Money refunded whereGoods prove unsatisfactory. LIEBIG ANNTJAI. SALE 8,000,000 JABS. An invalaabla tonio In an cues of weak digestion ana -S Medical Pre,,, Lancet, BHtuh Medical Journal, ; nan 01 au Dtoreieepws, uiooera, ana utumm g, Fencharch Avenne, London, England. n j THE AMERICAN I Automatic Low-Pressure Steam Heater. The most perfect Heater ever built. Self-Regulating:, Scientific Construe" Can be applied to all bv iluings, large or small. The agents for the above Kt-ater for New Haven and vi cinity give their careful attention to Steam Heating . in all its branches. Are also manufacturers and dealers in Engineers', Steam, Gas and Plumbers',, . . B applies, vv rougm ana uast iron .ripe ana ntungs. Rubber and Cotton Hose and Packing a specialty Send for Circular. J. P. GILBERT & CO., 479 tate Streeti iYASHBURN, OPTICIAN And Dealer in DRAWING INSTRUMENTS, AND MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. TSie nest line of . 1 Opera anil Field Glasses . IN THE CITY. With special facilities for tlie manufacture of Spectacles and Eye Glasses to order, and repair ins in all its brandies, we are able to guarantee satisfaction both in quality and price, 34 csujbt.es: AND 61 DJETNI?3EmJEt. ST. Antique, Modern and Inlaid Fur niture Repaired. tlRENCH polishing done. Second-hand fnrnl Jj ture bought and sold. 304 ELM STREET near Broadway, frew Haven. Conn. sea3 ly THE Great Balsamic Distillation of Witch Hazel, American Pine. Canada Fir. Marigold, Clover i Blossoms, etc., called SANFORD'S ' RADICAL CURE, for the imme- I oiate relief and permanent cure of i every form of Catarrh, from a ' simple cold in the head to Loss of j Smell, Taste and Hearing, Cough and Catarrhal Consumption. Com- i piete treatment, consisting of one bottle Radical Cure, one box Ca tarrhal Solvent and one Improved Inhaler, all in one package, may now be had of all druggists for ftl. Ask for SAJSTFORD'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 once." Andrew Lee, Manchester, Mass. POTTER DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO., BOSTON. -! I IMP. For the relief and prevention the COU1-I IVo' INSTANT IT IS APFLIED.of rheu 7 VOLTAIC; matism,Neuralgia,Sciatica, Coughs ,NUUola8,- ?alt Back' Stomach and VWy' Bowels. Shooting pains,' numbness. Liver Complaint. Bil MfegWiNvMoiifl FeverT Malaria and E pidem -VctricXELECTRIC BATTERY combined V7iIX with a POROUS PLASTER, and .1 s-1" ' , - n6 thamaw THE 'ENTIRE WHEAT." IHE most nutritious and healthful Flour In the X world. Used and endorsed by tne leading . . M 1 4 T- la -WMTH.Trt mu uy me leaain It is the COMIN' FLOUR. A boon to dyspeptics and all who work at sedentary occupations. For sale by N. W. MER WIN tt CO., Sole Agents, and dealers in Flour, Grain. Heal 178 and 180 State Oeorge Streets. eea.;ero. and 1, 3 and S sel5 3m THE "ANDREWS," HEELER & CO., Eastern Agents. SEND FORICTRCULAR. 83 TO 81 WASHINGTON "STREET, CORNER ELM 9 OVERCOATINGS. We have this Winter made a specialty of Overcoatings, and have in stocR an Immense line of Kerseys, Meltons and Chinchillas which we will make up at a low flgnre. L. II. FREEDMAN & SON, 92 CHURCH STREET. COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT FINEST AND CHEAPEST MEAT FLAVOURING STOCK FOR SOUPS, MADE DISHES & SAUCES. CAUTION". Genuine ONLY with fM-simile of Baron Xiiebig's signatnre im Blue Ink seross Xnbel. The title " Baro debflity. uwTlarlv nsed bv erS havuig lAebig" and his photograph having been lately largely used by dealers having n Sc. I?mt tte&ebf- nan- aTf( Vh- onT mlllai41, hn Bra gnarmnt of geaulsneeti. ITISASPECIF1C IT1S RELIABLE FOB in curing Brlght's Bls-( esse. Pains in Kidney & Liver Troubles, Bladder, ITrinary and Liver Diseases. the Bade, Lotoa OT Sides, Seten- or son- Dropsy, Gravel and detention of -Diabetes. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. It euxes BOionsness, Headache, Jaundice, Sour v Stomach, XyspepBia, Constipation and Piles. IT, WORKS PROMPTLY and otrres Intemperanee, Nervous Diseasea, General Uebllity, Exoeeeea and. ' female Weakness. ' USE IT AT ONCE. It restores the KTDinsTS, T-JVER and BOW BIjS, to a healthy action and CURES when all other medieines fail. Himdreda have been saved who have been given np to die by friends and physioiaiis. ' ' PrieefcUcO. Bend forHlnstrated Pamphlet to HUirrS REMEDY C0.4 Providence, B..I. 5 SOIaD BT AXaXj DRUGGISTS. HUUHIIIIUIIUIlUillHUllIUmilBUIl , , : Think, just because yon r ' have been suffering terribly I ION T with Rheumatism or Neo I I ralgla, that you must always U I continue to suffer. Nor think just because nobody has been able to cure you or your mends, that Neuralgia and Rheumatism are incurable. D, Think that a cure is im fill 7 possible Just because the KJ IN I physicians have been unable I to accomplish It. j Nor think that because Athlophokos i has not been known ever slnoe the foundation ! of the world, It will not cure Rheumatism and i Neuralgia. f r Neglect the testimony of 1 I I Ail -p the hundreds of surrerers who I I U IN I have tried ATHujPHOSoa and " J are now sound and hearty. " Nor think that because you have tried fifty other things that lalled, that Athlopho kos Is like them. Don't be discouraged The very thing that will cure Rheumatism and Neuralgia is ATHL0PH0R0S- Don't be Skeptical I ATHLOPHOROS has cured others. It will Cure YOU. If von eannmiret ATHLOraOJtosof your druggist. ft from your drajorist, bnt if he hasn'tn, no not Da penmadecl towmethins else, but order at once from us as directed. ATHLOPHOROS CO., Ill WALL ST., NEW YORK. ...............im1 "iiiiiihihui For Ladies. Gents and Children better value than ever. HogleryrlTe9 and Mittens SPECIAL. T.iHRe WenV Unfile. Um finest assortment ever. shown in New Haven, at from 33 to50 per cent ; less .i i , : i.a t hurt cost to mannfac- tare. These low prices for a short tame only while LIUM UK, lagtS. ,. Tta, ronteirmri Kid Gloves. Mme. Demorests Pat terns. - . Special attention given to ommpiMK. C. F. BEOKLEY. 634 Chapel Street. R.G. RUSSELL, ARCHITECT, No. 853 Chanel Street. New Haven JL' xzr man. WMerMfirro VARICOCELE &r..oiX 2Jxz ounml and (Courier. Tne Oldest Daily Paper Published m Connecticut. THE CAREINQTON PUBLISHING CO. 7 SINGLE COPIES TWO CENTS. Delivered bt Cabbiebs nr the Crrr, 12 cents a Week, 43 cents a Mouth, $3.00 a Ykab. i The Sams Tehks Bt Mail. Bates of Advertising. SITUATIONS WANTED, one insertion aoc: each subsequent insertion S5o. - , . 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"Evert Tebbsiat JIobniho. : Single Copies Scents - - - $2.00 a year Strictly in advance, - - - 1.50 a year All letters and inquiries in regard to subscriptions or matters of business should be addressed THE JOURNAL AND COfJRIEK, New Haven, Conn. Notice. We cannot accept anonymous or return rejected communications. In all cases the name of the writer will be required, not for publication, but as a guwuiunuiKuuu xaim. Thursday, November 13, 1884. CRUMBS OF COMPORT. The idea that Mr. Cleveland may be Presi dent of the United States seems to strike terror into the minds and hearts of a great many worthy people. They foresee all kinds of calamities from a complete prostration, not to say annihilation, of business, to the payment of the rebel debt and the re-enslavement of the negroes. Fortunately there are several crumbs of comfort for those who feel inclined to take this gloomy view of what may happen if Cleveland takes President Arthur's place. ' ; Let us glance at some of the facts. The President alone, even if he is Mr. Cleveland, cannot entirely upset affairs. The house of representatives just elected does not begin its existenoe until March 4, 1885, and it will not meet as a Congress until the first Monday in December, 1885, unless specially assembled in extra session, and this is not likely to hap pen. That Congress will not be so danger ous to business as the existing Congress was expected to be. The present house has a Democratic majority of about 70. In the nexth ouse the Democratic majority will not exceed 35 or 40. In the existing Congress the Republican majority in the senate is 4; in the next senate, having gained one in Oregon and one in California and lost one in Illinois, the senate will stand 41 Republicans (including Mahone and Riddleberger) to 33 Democrats, a majority of six. A house with 40 Democratic majority is not so likely to make great or sudden changes as a house with 70, and the latter found itself unable to pass a tariff bill of any description. The senate will remain Republican for at least two years from the 4th of next March, and will serve to protect the coun try from a large part of the evils which a complete Democratic ' control might inflict upon it.. . For instance, the Democrats can not carry a free trade bill this winter -be. cause the senate would refuse to pass it, and President Arthur would veto it. After this winter the senate will stop any such bill for two years at least, as the Republican senate will stand between the business interests of the country and the nefariouB designs of the Democrats and free traders. Neither will the senate allow any interference with pen sions to . the Union soldiers or allow the granting of pensions to the Rebel soldiers, or the payment of claims from the South for slaves lost, or do aught to lessen the reve nues or increase the national debt. It will therefore be seen that the country is in no immediate danger of "going to the dogs" even with Cleveland in the Presiden tial chair. And it is, moreover, possible that if he gets there he may tarn out to be a pretty good President. He will have a fine chance to do well for his country, his party, and himself, and he may rise to the occasion. EDITORIAL NOTES. The cattle business pays when it does pay. For instance, Messrs. Miller and Lux, two cattle kings of the Pacific coast, poor men twenty years ago, are now rated as worth $8,000,000 and 10,000,000. They have about 90,000 head of cattle and 115,000 of sheep, of which latter they kill 6,000 per month. They own an irrigating canal worth $1,000,000, fences 300 miles in length (a for tune in itself), in Calif ornia!600,000 acres of land, in Nebraska 10,000 acres and 15,000 acres of alfalfa grass. A temperance lecturer in London has given recently some curious figures in regard to the amount expended in intoxicating liquor. He estimated the annual average thus spent in the last ten years at $720,000,000. This gives an expenditure oi JfOU,UW,OW every month, of $15,000,000 every week and of $25 every second, night and day. There are 3,508,480 letters in the Bible, and if $205 was placed on every letter this would represent the annual expenditure. The grain consumed by the brewers and distillers is sufficient to provide four loaves, of bread per week to every family in the United Kingdom. These certainly are startling facts. The political campaign was pretty lively in New Mexico too, judging from the following attack on Judge Prince made by a Spanish paper published in Santa Fe: "Judge Prince is a diabolical being; he belongs to the Ma sonic fraternity; in consequence of which, he stands excommunicated. Guard yourselves, oh! New Mexicans, from giving your vote to Jndcre Prince, if vou do not wish that the fires of heaven descend on your heads. Vote, oh!vote for the Hon. Antonio Joseph, who will know how to be grateful for your votes, and who will let no means stand in the way of his guiding you with firm step to the splendid temple of progress and immor tality." Lord Chief Justice Coleridge in an address to the grand jury at the opening of the au tumn assizes at Bedford, England, the other day, spoke at length on the character of the punishment which justices of the peace fre quently inflict. He strongly condemns the heavy sentences for trifling offenses such as pilfering and the like, believing that such a method was but manufacturing criminals in stead of correcting them. In illustration he cited a case where two urchins were sent to prison for three months, with hard labor, for the paltry theft of a few apples from an orchard, an offense of which, perhaps, many of the magistrates themselves were guilty when they were boys. If heavy sentences were awarded in such cases there were no others adequately severe for the far graver crimes which frequently came before judges at assizes. The Prince of Wales Is fairly entitled to be called Colonel. To say nothing of his honor ary Colonelcies in foreign armies, besides the headship of the Blucher Hussars, he is Colo nel of no fewer than sixteen regiments in his royal mother's armies. He is Colonel-in- chief of all the three regiments of House- hold Cavalry and Colonel of the Tenth Hus aars. In the Indian army he is honorary Colonel of the Sixth and Eleventh Bengal Cavalry, the Second Bengal Infantry, the Sec ond Goorkhas, the Guide Corps, the Fourth Madras Cavalry, the Madras Sappers and Miners, the Third Bombay Cavalry and the Second Bombay Native Infantry. He holds three honorary Colonelcies in the militia, the commands being of .the Second Brigade Eastern Division Militia Artillery (Lord Suf field's regiment), the Cornwall Militia and the Aberdeenshire Militia; and he is Captain General and Colonel of the Honorable Artil lery company. A case of considerable general interest has lately been decided by a court in Maine as to who are the legal heirs of an unmarried minor who leaves no relatives nearer than grandparents, uncles and aunts. In 1882 a little girl named Bessie Vose died in Wash ington county, leaving some property. Her parents were already dead and she had no brothers or sisters. - The nrorjertv was in herited from her father, and the decree of the probate court ordered it paid to her father's father. From this decision the ma ternal grandparents appealed, claiming that this decision was according to English law, which is not binding here. After protracted litigation the case finally reached the law court, and it has been finally decided that the property shall be equally divided between the three grandparents now living, and the case has been remanded to the probate court. It is said that this is the first case of the kind that ever came before the courts of the State. An important move has been made in the direction of female education in France. Ihe scheme already applied to the seculari zation of schools for boys is to be extended to girls. Girls' lycees are to be established over the country in accordance with a na tional project elaborated by the superior council of public instruction. Hitherto there have been no good high schools for girls other than the convents and pension nats. In these, the teaching has certain unquestionable merits, but it is objected that it is ill-fitted to give girls that kind of edu cation which is needed for making their way in the world, while it only trains them in the strictest doctrines of the Church of Rome which is entirely out of the spirit of the un denominational education provided for boyB. According to the new national lycee sys tem, high schools for girls will be set up at one stroke in all the departments of France and brought under a uniform administra' tion with those for boys. How far they will be successful, or counteract the influences of the church, remains to be seen. Hon. William E. Simonds of Canton is re ceivmg a good deal of notice in connection with the speakership of the next house. The Hartford Post thus speaks of him : Mr. J3i monds is a man of excellent legal acquire ments, and in his special field of practice, connected with patent law, he has won for himself an enviable distinction. His recent work on patent law has received encomiums from the best judges on the United States benoh. It is not alone in a special field, how ever, that Mr. Simonds has shown himself a man of mark. He was an excellent soldier. serving in the Twenty-fifth Connecticut regi ment, and his eloquent words at the reunions of that regiment establish his reputation as an orator. In legislative matters he has had the experience of one term, where his recog nized, ability won for him the chairmanship of the railroad committee, perhaps the most important chairmanship in that body, in a State where railroad struggles before every legislature are proverbial, it is certain that Mr. Simonds won the good will of the mem bers more thoroughly than it often happens to any man during a single term. INFANTILE. Some one asks how the great men of this country began life. We are under the im pression tnat they generally began lite ns in fants. New York Journal. An exchange says ' 'round waists are still in fashion." We should hope so. What wonld become of us if it gets to three-cornered or pentagonal waists? Boston Post. Lazybones went fishing, fell into the creek and then went home and told his wife he had been to a bank wet. Those awful warnings are altogether thrown away upon some men. .Burlington Hawteye. "You Americans," said an Englishman to a young lady, "have no ancestry to which you can point with pride." "That is very true," she assented, vmost or our ancestors came from England, you know." New York sun. "Come now, this is too bad?" exclaimed the squeamish boarder, as he plucked a water bug from the interior of a hot biscuit. 'It is too bad," replied the landlady; dui let ns hope that his death was sudden and painless." Boston Transcript. The lost Atlantis:Miss A "Ahihowdoyou do, Mr. Sophomore? Clara and I were just talking about the lost Atlantis." Mr. Sopho more 'Don't Know ner; tnougn X Deneve x did meet her brother once. But why don't they advertise her?" Boston Transcript. It was in a restaurant. A big man and a little man stood side by side. "Gimme the salt, please," said the little man. "I'm no. the waiter," said the big man in a surly tone. Excuse me," was the retort, "it was a mis take anyone would have made." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph. "Now," said the photographer, taking hold of the cloth over the instrument, "are you all ready?" . "Yes," replied the customer. Well, mst keep your eyes on tnat sign, ne said, pointing to a legend on the wall which read: "Positively No ' Credit," "and look pleasant. " New York Sun. "Poor Jones, how I pity him. He always has a haggard look on his face. Yet he works at least twenty nours a aay- Ana then this morning I saw him lugging six large baskets. He looked as if he hardly could move along." "Oh, that's all right." All right! I don't understand you." w ny he's off for a holiday." Post-Express. Not loner aero a ladv who had iust returned from Europe was asked by a friend if she had seen the lion of St. Mark. "Oh, yes," she replied, "we arrived just in time to see the noble creature fed." The late Dr. Beadle, of Philadelphia, must have encountered the same lady. He spoke of the beauty of the Dardanelles, and she replied: -un, yes, x know them well. They are intimate friends of mine." - "This is a pretty time of night to be com ing home, I must say. Where on earth have you been?" "Schtayed down t' git th' lec tion r'turns, m'dear." "But you didn't have to get drunk." "Ain't (hie) drunk, m'dear. Jes' 'ntox'cated. 'Ntox'cated wizh pleasure, m'dear." "Was our ticket elected?" "JNo, m'darlin', not quite; but S'n John got votes 'nough to demand rec nition I'm tn' otner parties four years f'm now. Tha s glory 'nongn ror one mgui, x guess. uiwtgy News. The Rev. George W. Holman, pastor of the Baptist church, Willimantic, is confined to his residence by illness. The residence-of Austin D. Perkins, of Mansfield depot, was robbed a few weeks ago. The robbers succeeded in getting away with $45 in money and a valuable gold watch. The hoarding house of the Willimantic Linen company on Pleasant street, Willi mantic, is to be converted into tenements. The old fight between Omnibus Driver Elmer and the Hartford bridge company has got into the courts, Elmer suing the company r- i i -, i i "ii n i : Tl... xor cnargmg mm ixiegai iajh u 1 1 niuwn. x iw penalty is $7 for each offense, making a total of $0,811. The oommission appointed by the last legislature to bridee the Asvlum street cross- ine at Hartford have at last organized and will meet to discuss plans to-day. The Jennings paper rni'i at Easton was burned Monday: loss $8,000, insurance $4,000. . -. Patrick Conlon, a Waterbury saloon keep er, has failed for $4,2UW; assets ?ow. . The clay pigeon shoot for the State cham pionship and individual badges took place at the Spencer Arms works, Windsor, yesterday. Clubs from all over the State were expected to be present. Chrysanthemums. Phil Robinson in Harper's Weekly.! The waning year keeps to the last its best gift to our gardens, for there is no flower that blows comparable to the chrysanthemum: It cheers with bloom the stormy gloom By chill December nursed, . And it is told in stories old That this fair flower first On that blest morn when Christ was born Into white beauty burst. But traditions apart and the chrysanthe mum naa many, tor nave not two queens worn it as their badge and emblem, and does not an emperor to-day entitle it "the royal ' flower!" it is a delightful and a wonderful blossom,- this darling of winter, the only flower in the garden, and yet a whole garden ful of flowers in itself. Spring, summer and autumn enjoy a constant succession of bou quets, and from the multitude of their con tending charms no single blossom can fairly call itself the chief flower of the day, or claim to wear the crown of beauty. But for winter our gardens keep xmly one posy, the chrysanthemum, and Flora thus dignifies it beyond all the flowers of the year by giving it tne whole throne to ltseit: Symbol of hope, still banishing the gloom Hung o'er the mind by stern December's reign. A bleak reicrn. it is trne, but then there is none to share its sceptre with it, so the chry santhemum queens it in solitary brilliance over empty beds. Lest, though, it should seem, too manifestly aione, ana tne eye uugiii. tire of a singleJlower, however beautiful, if monotonous in color, shape of size, the chry santhemum seems forever straining to spread its own charm over half the parterres. No lilies show so clear a white, no daffodils so clear a yellow; roses have no better pints, and all the family of the hollyhocks and dah lias and manv of the othera for instance, calceolarias and zinias cannot show tints and half tones in crimson and orange and tawny more decided; bright and various than the chrysanthemum alone. And, not con tent with rivalling their colors alone, it gives the whole carden back shape for shape as well as hue for hue, and, whether as a rose, a Hamlin an aster, a carnation or a daisy, ii makes its pretty mimicry sufficiently exact to create gratitude for its variety and to abol ish monotony. All our laxee-flowered varieties have been grown from the single Chusan chrysanthe mum, and the delightful dwaif pompons have in the same way been produced from the Chusan daisy. A hnndred years of ex perimental cultivation have been necessary to arrive at sucu norm wumpiiB a mo . the Nil Desperandum, or the Button Helene, nl viowerl therefore solelv as a work of art, the chrysanthemum is worthy of respectful admiration; while as a work of nature to praise it seems almost impertinent. Looking down the bank of flowers at any chrysanthe- mrtm .iin. ranch a one. for instance, as is the Temnle Gardens, Lon don), the exquisite form is astonishing. Blue alone has never been attained, but the chry santhemum, besides its pure whites and yei lows More pure and clear than any here, Their snowy disks unfold ; Bright as the star that melts afar Into the morning's gold positively revels in shades of all the other colors pink, crimson, chestnut, orange, li . .- nmv.a tMnlot minp.h. lac, puce, carmine, umina, r 1 magenta, ruby, cinnamon, sulphur, fawn, bronze, cherry, scar let m.nvK nnmk and. above all, in white ciiiT- dw.r white, cream white, ivory white, snow white. No wonder, then, that with such a range of hue the chrysanthemum -inotifv th confidence of Flora in its power to queen it alone in the winter-stricken garden! ana nave j. not uuuo ncu " as my tavorite? In nrTt inn-r uian. as in color, the chrysan themum knows no margins. On one plant the bloom cuddles all its petals together, soft ball of itself; on an- .i i. Y.am nut nil flat from the cen- ter in a great disk of color; a third binds its central netals into a button or arranges them in .rnwn or a tuft, and then sends out on everv side rays of bright tints, some long, some short, but all in a method as exact as n,. tlio atura of anv order of honor. Some of the flowers curl their pretty fronds inward; t,i-vi tViem backward: some take the dahlia's form, others the sunflower's; some assume the precise circle, others radiate in quaint marginal devices. Of them all the Elaine, with its great fleecy, snow-like flow ers, is perhaps the queen; but in such a puz zling variety of charms it is difficult to award the palm. The connoisseur turns, of course, to the coral-red Mons. Crousse, the no-less curious La Frisure, or to the ever new varie ties, such as the McMahon, the Gazelle and the Empress of India; but for the uninitiated the equality of beauty suffices to make all admired. Many of the tints, it is true, are curious rather than pretty, and many of the shapes fantastic rather than graceful; but these triumphs of art are in no way blemish es upon the plant that can show the splendid blossom of the Elaine or the purity in color of the George Glenny. Nor is it only in tint and outline that the chrysanthemum arro gates such privileges, but in size also, for twenty pompons would lie upon the disk of one Elaine, and the Empress of India over shadows like a shrub the tiny cristabel. Yet one more triumph has ' the chrysanthemum achieved. The glory of other plants, the perfume, seemed at one time beyend its reach; but audacity or patience has con quered even here, and the Progue, with the color of the amethyst, has also the odor of the violet. No further tnnmpn remains for it. Tvpe of a true and holy love; the same i. !.. .PATvHa lift.'. VAnM llirougn ,3 v i y dwud bua.u na?e. 'Mid grief, 'mid gladness spell of every dream Tender in youth, and strong in feeble age! The peerless picture of a modest wife, Thou bloom'st the fairest 'midst the frosts of life. STATE NEWS. Georcre M. Winchell. a yard switchman of the Naugatuck road in Bridgeport, was badly hurt by jumping from a moving train on Monday. His head was gashed, his face torn and his leg cut near the knee, all from coming in contact with the ground and rails. It was thought he had also received internal injuries. , G. T. Alger, of Bridgeport, who was killed Monday evening by being thrown from his carriage during a runaway, is the second man who has been killed by the same horse. A singular election bet was made at Nor wich. If Cleveland is elected wiuiam rxan ley is to furnish a barouche drawn by a yoke of oxen, harnessed with Wiuimantio thread, over a line of march comprising the principal streets or tne city. xc xuaino wmo Frank S. Stuart is to pay for the turnout. The principals in the wager, with two invited gufcsts, are to occupy seats in the barouche. The schooner Niantic, of New Xiaven, naa been sold at a sheriff's sale at btomngron io Samuel B. Segar for $505. uonsideraoie ne gation has recently been had over this vessel. The Wesleyan Glee club will give a con cert Wednesday evening, and another m Bridgeport on the 20th. The greenhouse in Willimantic belonging to E. C. Winchester and . -Alfred junne, oi South Windham, and a large barn with its contents belonging to CJharles Smith and Henry Winchester of the same place, were destroyed by fire yesterday morning at 3 o'clock. The fire was discovered by an in mate of the house near by. xne entire loss is about S4.000 with an insurance of $1,150. The live stock in the barn was saved. The fire was of incendiary origin. Mr Fred. Wheeler, of East Norwalk, while gunning Saturday morning shot an eagle measuring about three feet from tip to tip of his wings. THE USUAL, VERDICT. 'EIGHMIE PATENT SHIRT "Is tlie best fitting and most comfort- a Die mil r t a wtir maw." Furnished in this city only by T. P. MERWIW, SOLE AGENT FOB NEW HAVEN". nm. t at. Ttoa!tanri. No. 28 CoUeee street. Mail orders to show or deliver promptly Uled. Ji8 NEW GOODS. Tomatoes in glass. ' rwM. nranmnnitv Asoaragus and other vegeta bles; also a full line of preserves, packed b the same company. The Best New Process Flour for $8.25 barrel. 5 gallons best Kerosene Oil 65c. : Hand picked Apples J2 per barrel. Cider 10c gallon by the barrel for this week only. HARRY LEIGH, GROCER, 670 Chapel Street. Telephone. For Sale Clieap, ; nolSt Coafs CloaHis. lVow is the time to pur chase your Fall or Winter Cloak. Our assortment at present is very large, and includes the very latest styles found in the market. We can show you a tine line of Cloakings. Seal Plush Cloakings, a good fac-simile of Sealskin of fered at Very IiOW Prices. IVew goods in every de partment. WILCOX & CO., CHAPEL STREET. OC2B THOMAS PHILLIPS & SON, DESIGNERS AND SCULPTORS IN GRANITE.MARBLE &ST0NE OFFICE AND STEAM WOKKS, 113 HIGH STREET, Near the Grove Street Cemetery. BRANCH Opposite the entrance of the Evergreen Cemetery, New Haven, Conn. The la -pest and most varied assortment of Monu ments, Tablets, Headstones, etc., to be found in the State will be kept finished at loth establishments. Agents for the Westerly, Quincy, lted Beach and Scotch Granite Quarries. oc4tf ELECTRICITY IS LIFE. Why will people clins to tlie ahsurb idea that they must take medicine? Electricity will reach where medicine has failed, aa 15 years' experience has proved. If you are troubled with Catarrh, or Neural gia, or Rheumatism, Throat or Lung- Troubles, Gen era! Debility, Headache, Kidney Disease, try ELECTRICITY. Go and see Dr. Cummings. 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. CURINGS, Mo 4 Cimrcli Street. OC13 WOOD'S BLOCK. Madame Dean's SPINAL SUPPORTING CORSET FOR LADIES AND MISSES. Patented March aoth, IMS!. Price: Ladies', $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, sine to prevent or cure Backiehe, Spinal Irritation, Round Shoulders, Stooping Habits, Rheu matism, Weakness, Nervous or tifnernl Debility, Pains in the Hip, Back or Limbs, Diseases of the Spine, Heart, Kidneys 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 valuablo and most necessary corset for general wenr, and of the greatest benefit to children and young ladles at tending school. , They support the spine, relieve the muscles of the back, brace the shoulders in a natural and easy manner, imparling graceful carriage to the wearer without aiscomrorc, expauumg w., eivine full action to the lungs, and health and com fort to the body. Take the place of the ordinary hv the leading: makers, and the most eminent physicians in the United States and Europe. Agents wanted in city is wan Leu in citj '43. ocl5 eod and country. Address f. u. Mox Vital Questions ! - Ask the most eminent physician Of anv school what is the best thing in the world for craietine and allayinor all irritation of the nerves and curing all forms of nervous complaints, giving natural, cnuuiiKe re freshing sleep always 1. And they will ten yon unnemtaimgiy "Some form of Hops 1" CHAPTER I. Ask any or all of the most eminent physi- oians : , What is the best and only remedy tnai can be relied on to cnre all diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs; such as xsngnt s disease, diabetes, retention; or inability to retain the urine, and all the diseases and ail ments peculiar to women." And they will tell you explicitly and em phatically "Buchu." Ask the same physicians "What is the most reliable and surest cure for all liver diseases or dyspepsia, constipa tion, indigestion, biliousness, malaria, fever, ague, &c," and they will tell you : Mandrake ! or Dandelion I Hence, when these remedies are combined with others equally valuable And compounded into Hop Bitters, such a won derful and mysterious curative power is developed, which is so varied in its operations that no disease or ill-health can possibly exist or resist it power, and yet it is Harmless for the most frail woman, weakest in: valid or smallest child to use. chapter n. "Patients "Almost dead or nearly dying . For years, and given up by physicians, of Bright's and : other kidney diseases, liver complaints, severe coughs, called consump tion, have been cured. Women gone nearly orazy I From agony of neuralgia, nervousness-, wakefulness, and various diseases peculiar to ''rwile drawn out of shape from excruciating rxtriirs Tof rheumatism, inflammatory and chronic. Srsuffering from scrofula, lilrysipelas 1 SMt rheum, blood poisonu tion, and, in fact, almost all , indiges; of which Have been cured by Hop Bitters, proof can be found in every neighborhood in world. the known . None genuine without a bunch of green Hops on the white label. Shim all the vile, poisonous stuff with "Hop" or "Hops" in their name. oclSeod&w New Season's Canned Vegetables Corn. Succotash, FROM Oneida, Commun Beans, Asparagus and bmatoes in glass jars. The flnest goods packeo. E. HALL& SON. MMK m rtiMtrnrriMUnnrri " i 4: Vi. Nervous Debility 0111 Acuwr rutoaBh,ll.K, a2mws6mnr BOSTON. .