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3c. per CopyJ THE LARGEST DAILY NEWSPilPER IjV THE CITY, THE CARRIXOTOS PIBLISUKG CO. OFFICE 400 STATE STREET. VOL. LIV. NE g AYEN, CONN., MOKDAY MORNIKG. NOVE1VIBER 22, 1886 NO. 277. Howe k Mm, SUCCESSORS TO . J. N. ADAM k CO. We are detei mined to reduce our stock previous to December i. and with this object in view have marie SW F.F.PINfi RK DUCTIONS. We would ad- vise all purchasers of DRY GOODS to visit our store be fore makincr selections. This is not a sale of old SHOP WORN RUBBISH, but all new desirable goods. CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPART MENT. 25 Ladies' Black Newmarkets marked down to 45.00. former price $7.50. 12 Ladies' Block Newmarkets marked down to $7.50, former price $9.50. Ladies' Far-trimmed Wraps for $5.00, re duced from S7.50. Ladies' Plaid Jackets for $5.00, former price $8.00. Misses' Garments, 6 years, at $3.40, $5.00. Misses' Garments, 8 vears, at $4.00, $5.00, $8.90. Misses' Garments, 10 years, at $4.00, $6.00, $9.75. Misses' Garments. 12 years, at $6.50, $7.50. Misses' Garments. 14 years, at $5.00, $7.00. Misses' Garments, 16 years.ut $6.50, $7.50, $9.00. THESE AEE ALL REDUCED PRICES. One lot Beaver Shawls $1.25. The regular : price is $1.7o. One lot Beaver Shawls $1.50. The regular price is $2.00. One lot Striped Sauare Cashmere Shawls for $1.00. Kecrnlar price $1.50. One lot Striped Long Cashmere Shawls for $2.00. Regular price is $2.50. SILK AND BLACK GOODS DE PARTMENT. IN OCR ANNEX. Brocade Silk Velvets, in best colors, for or $1.00 a yard, worth $1.50. Bargains in Fancy Striped Velvets for $1.50, worth from $1.75 to $2.00. Fancy Striped Velvets for $2.50, marked down from S3.00. Heavv Silk Plushes. 24 inches wide, for 1 50 a vatd. regular 32.00 Quality. Five pieces AU-silk Heavy Black Rhadame for H1.00 a vard. reduced from $1.25. Four pieces Fancy Brocade Velvets for $2.00 a yard, marked down from $2.50. Black Dress Silks for 50o, 65c, 75c, $1.00. These are all bargains. All-wool Black Cashmeres for d7J4e a vard recmlar price is 50o. All-wool Black Diagonals for 45c a yard, worth 60o. Superior bargains in Black Cashmeres, Serges, Diagonals, Sebastopols, Armnres, etc., etc., from 50c to $1.50 a yard. DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. In this department we offer stylish fabrics for 95o, 37ic, 50c, 58c, 7oc a yard. All genuine bargains. Combination Suit Patterns for $8 and $10, former prices $12, $13.50 and $15. In Ladies' Cotton Underwear we offer one lot handsomely trimmed Night Robes for 69c; same quality we sold in August at 89c. Ladies' Chemises for 39c, we have never sold less than 50c. Ladies' Cotton Drawers, Hamburg trim med, at 32c a pair, regular 40c quality. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS. Ton r.liM tim vardsl Turkey Red Dam asks, marked down to 29c per yard from 37c. Cannot be purchased again at this price. 76 dozen Linen Loom Damask Towels, 34x42 inches, at Viy2e each. Few surplus dozens of Turkish Tidy Towels at 30c each, reduced from 38c. Small lot 13 4 White Blankets at $4 vulniarl from SsX fSO. per ' Five pieces (277 yards) of extra heavy Blue u,A Flannel at 16c per yard, reduced from 20c. Great value. Ten pieces (450 yards) White Shaker Flan- :w.l at ft nAr vht-H All-wool Plain Scarlet Flannels at 12Jc, 19c and 24o per yard, that cannot be match- Closing out surplus stock of Boys' White Merino Shirts and Drawers at one-half cost nt mannfantnre. Thev are the celebrated xrAw Rit.Ain f nil rAcrnl&r made and fashion ed goods. We shall sell thirty dozen of Shirts and Drawers, in sizes 16 and 18 Vests, 16, 18 and 20 in Drawers, at 25c per article, tv:wi rf onfntil vnlne. 27 dozen Shirts and Drawers 22, 24 and 26 Shirts and 24 and 26 Drawers at 37Jo 10 dozan Shirts in 28 and 30 sizes, and n,D, in sa 3(1 and 32. at 50o per article. a arr.a lino of Children's School Hose, jnii,oH tnnna loner tons, heavy ribs, white loot, from 4 to 9 inches, at v19c, rum 25c. reduced BARGAINS IN RIBBONS. All Silk Fancy Ribbons for 5, 10, 12, 15, , 9, 25 and 30c. This is less than half price. Wide Hamburg Edgings for 12Jc a yard, former prices 20 and Boc. & INSURANCE BUILDING, 8S6 and SSS Chapel Street. OVERSTOCKED Howe Mod THE STANDARD LAUNDRY AND DYE WORKS OF THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT. DYEING, CLEANING, CARPET BEATING LAUNDRYING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ELM CITY DYE WORKS AND Steam Laundry ! THOMAS FORSYTH, PROPKIETOR. Offices: 878 and 645 Chapel St. H'orkm State. Lawrence and MccUrii- le Streets. Orders received by telephone. BEST WORK BEST ACCOMODATIONS LEAST DAMAGE Only te be had at TROY STEM. LAUNDRY SO Center Street. A. J. CRAWFORD & CO. -Free collection and delivery. Telephone. n8 PERFECTION PASTRY FLOUR. Genuine California Flour. makes the Best Pastry. Try One Bag. T. E. SMITH, 783 Chapel Street. TELEPHONE. IT IS NO HUMBUG I But a POSITIVE FACT! Known to every school boy in the country that 1 Dawson at 344 State street Keeps the largest stock TEAS AND COFFEES to be found In New England. And that in the stock can be found about 100 boxes of Choice Oolong Teas, from 10 to 20 pounds each, that will suit the most fastidious. A. E. DAWSON, tt-4t4 STATU ST., PHin. TURKEYS, . .. CHICKENS, DUCKS, . r GAME. L, (J, PFAFF & SON, 7 AND 9 CHURCH STREET. FINEST COUNTRY CHICKENS, Full I)rcd, 14c Pound. Turkeys 16c Pound. Ij. schonberger, 1, a, 3. Central Market. Congress ave. n30tf THANKSGIVING SUPPLIES AT A. M. FOOTE'S. 8 centebuys 1 pound New Raisins, 25 cents buys 4 pounds new Prunes. 25 cents buys 3 quarts Cranberries. 10 cents buys 1 pound Fine New Figs. TO cents buys 10 pound basket Catawba Grapes. S5.50 buys 1 barrel WIN FAVOR FLOUR. Orange., Apple., in alas a Grapes, Date NUTS OF ALL KINDS. 48 STATE STREET, Between Court and Elm Street. n20 ONE PRICE THE CASH STORE OFFER THIS WKKK s 17 pounds Standard Granulated Sugar $1. 20 pounds Extra C Sugar $1.00. Old Government Java 25c pound. Fine Florida Oranges 20c dozen. Cape Cod Cranberries 9c qt, 3 qts for 25c. New Beans c quart. 8 quarts for 25c. F.Ttm fine Chickens 15c pound. ExtraJiMne Celery 13t bunch. '2 for 35c. r t rtl L- 11. .ml 1tts nrtim.1 Best Rib Koast i.tc pound. Rack Roast lte pound. Sparerib and Sausage 10c per pound. Just received a fine lot of Pota toes B. F. BANKS, - No. I Broadway HI leiepnone mjnneetioii. FOR SUMMER COOKING. Oas Stoves a specialty. Oil Stoves, a large variety. Gasolene Stove, the best made. Wicks for Oil Stoves, all sizes. Wholesale and Retail SIX AS 7 360 State Street W. H. Halk, E. C. Brmiibtt. BICYCLE SUPPLY CO., AGENTS FOR Royal Mail, American Star and jtangaroo jsicjcies. Hleycle Repairing a Specialty. Parts ai d sundries. Rubber Tires, Cement, etc.. always on hand. jy83 6in 8 Front ., new i. . t-.i,. ... The Crane and Franklin Stove Company, 833 Chapel Street. mbtt firm. Tn .'S'TVlflf M.oniRB A CO . 1H. FURNACES. RANGES, STOVES AND KITCHEN Sole Agents for the Maeee Manse and riirnai-e. Ranges and Furnaces repaired. Tin Roofing and repairing. sea9 E. D. HENDEE, SUOOE880K TO W. D. BRYAN, 8 T O M TAIL O tl ItfO. 197 CHURCH 9T. c u Choice Home Slaughtered BEE F ALWAYS ON HAND AT HURLBURT BROS., 1,074 Chapel Street. CORNER, HIGH. SCOLLOPS! SCOLLOPS! First of the Season. FRESH SALMON, Blueflsh, Sea Bass, Spanish Mackerel. Halibut. Eels. Hard and Soft Crabs. uiams, ijODsters, vysrers, jtic, .tc. Reed's Market, SO Church Street OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICK. 82 H. W. SMITH. Manueer. TURKEYS, DUCKS, CHICKENS, FOWLS. Prime Beef, Mutton. Lamb, Veal, Fresh Pork, , Pork Tenderloins. Soarerib and Sausaees. Cauliflowers, Cabbages. Parsely, Spinach. Lettuce, Beets, parsnips, nuuuaru nuu n ixilci Squsb, Cranberries. Extra Nice Celery only 15 cents a bunch. Stony Creek, Rockaway and Native Oysters Opened to order. W. D. JUDSON, 505 AND 507 STATE STREET. LONG ISLAND CAULIFLOWERS FRESH DRESSED TURTCWS The above are choice stock, just I received for to-day's trade. C. E. HART, 350 and 352 State St. EVERYBODY READ ! THE GREATEST BARGAINS. Groceries and meat. Sweet Potatoes 60c bushel, 15c peck. 8 quarts Cranberries 25c. Finest Potatoes 60c bushel, 15c peck. 17 pounds Granulated Sugar $1. 20 pounds C Sugar $1. Best New Process Flour $5.50 per barrel. Carolina Rice 5c lb. New White Honey 14c lb. Sweet Oranges 25c doz. New Orleans Molasses 35c per saltan. Table Syrup 35c per gallon. 4 quarts best Beans 25c. 3 long bars Family Woap 25c. Perfection Self-Raising Buckwheat. IVew Buckwheat. 5 gallons 150w Kerosene Oil 50c. Best Salt Codfish 5e per pound. Plate Corned Beef 5c per pound. Prices of A; eat reduced t througnout. We sell for cash the best goods for the least money in this city. J. II. KEAR.ET, ELfl CITY CASH GROCERY, Cor. Consresi Ave. and Hill St. SHBIFFELE'S. Goslings, Turkey, Chickens, Ducks, Game. PRIME BEEF. Celery, Lettuce, Cranberries. Telephone. JAC03 F. SHEIFFELE, 409 State Street, near Court. Salmon, Bass, Halibut, Guilford Clams, Scollops, Smelt, White Fish, Perch, Sea Bass, Lobsters, Mackerel, Frost TT'i -t- Little Neck CIp"s, rn Mass, AT A. POOTE & CO.'S, 888 STT--Ur-IaJ SIT. TIRED OF BUSINESS. People often wonder why. after cutting so much Butter we do not tire of the business. The fact is we find it a positive pleasure to sell Butter for 25 i that others charge 35c for. It's practica-ohilan- ; thropy as well. Tired of business? Not a bit. If i you feel weary yourself iust spend a dollar for pounds ot our nest isuiter ana you win leei re- freshed. Best New Process Flour $5.50 barrel. Best Lehigh Coal $5.85 ton. Choice Family Flour $5 barrel. Good Sweet Butter 20c pound. 1'ure Java coffee xoc pouna. Fine Teas, with china cup and saucer free. GEO. W. H. HUGHES, Independent Coal Dealer, 34 CHURCH STREET. n!7 Fresh Stoct Now in Store. 375 cases new pack Alaska Canned Salmon. Horse Shoe brand. 200 boxes California Raisins. 400 cases New Hartford Canned Corn. India brand. 50 barrels New White Beans. New York State s lected stock. For sale At Market Value by J.D. DEWELL & CO , Wholesale Grocers, 233 to 239 State Street. FINE COUN THY Turkeys and Chickens Received Fresh This Morning. Turkeys, full dressed, 16c pound. Chickens, fail dressed, 14c pound. Fine Cape Cod Cranberries 8e quart. Finest Celery in the land 15c bunch. Elegant Delaware Sweet Potatoes iSOc peck. Fine large Malaga Qapes at 13c lb, S Ids 2 c Fine line of new Nuts; price very low. English Walnuts, Almonds, Pecan Nuts, Brazil Nuts. Filberts. - Fine new crop New Orleans Molasses only 60c a gallon, x mesi in we ions. Cinamon Biscuit. Something new. Only 10c lb. everyone enouia try a pouna ot me aoove uracK- ers. New Beans. New Beans 4 quarts new Medium Beans for 25c. 4 Quarts new Pea Beans for 35c. We are selling worlds of Fine Creamery - Butter at 28 and 32c per pound. Pure Butter at 25c pound. ne sure ana eee us ii you want uutver. Fresh Eggs at 23c per dozen. many Other Grand Bargains. D M. WELCH & SON, 38 and 30 Congress Ave. Branch No. 8 Grand St. THE "MOTHER HUBBARD" Knz Attachment for all Sewing Machines. The latest and best out. Easy to learn. Easily sold. Male and Female Canvassers WANTED. Send $2.00 for outfit to LUDLOW & LACEY, Piatt's BUCKWHEAT. oc20 HALL'S, 770 Chapel Street, Mcll TYRE, MAGrUIRE & CO. BEWARE OF THEY ARE MANY. THEY flEVER luu but: always follow. FACTS. If you wish to procure a good ana Duy rrom - - MclNTYRE, MAGUIRE & CO. FACTS. If you wiBh to buy Silks and places, Duy irom MclNTYRE, MAGUIRE & CO. FACTS. If vou wish to buy a Good Garment, a well-fitting Garment, and at Lower Prices than elsewhere. Save money and buy from MclNTYRE, MAGUIRE & CQ. FACTS. If you are interested in Gloves prices, buy rrom ' MclNTYRE, MAGUIRE & CO. FACTS. FACTS. If you wish to look at the Best MclNTYRE, MAGUIRE 4b CO. If you wish to save money, buy your Blankets and Flannels from MclNTYRE, MAGUIRE '& CO. FACTS. If you wish to look at the best line FACTS. If you wish to procure Curtains Chains; the cheapest place on earth. MclNTYRE, MAGUIRE & CO. FACTS. If you need Cottons, Batis, Comfortables and Ginghams, Cloakings of all kinds, the place to ouy is . ., . . MclNTYRE, MAGUIRE & CO. If you need Buttons, Notions, Gimps or Furs, call at MclNTYRE, MAGUIRE & CO. FACTS. FACTS. If you are looking for fancy goods in Brass, Tooth and Hair Brushes, Pocket-Books 0h Kara T.iihin'a v-rtmria Oola-ate's Sosds and Perfumes, Jewelry, Combs and School Pads, etc.; the cheapest place, MclNTYRE, MAGUIRE & CO. FACTS. If you wish to trade at the Best BARGAIN STORE OF NEW HAVEN, goto MclNTYRE, MAGUIRE & CO. If you wish to procure Bargains in Misses', Ladies' and Gents Handkerchiefs, go to MclNTYRE, MA.GUIRE & CO. AUlO. FACTS. If you are interested in (ha corsets, second r loor is ixio pmcv ou McINTYRE,MAGUIRE & CO. CROSBY'S COLD AND Is the prescription of a physician who for over 50 years has been most successful in the treatment of Catarrh Cold in the Head. Hay Fever. Bronchitis, etc. Though active in its curative effecis. it may be ....j i,h ,mmf h m,, t,lr infant if . ; not keht hv druggist en be sent by mall SOe. ART WALL PAPER STORE, 8GO CHAPEL STREET, "EJ. TEt. JBFFOOTT c3 CO., i- nn. vivA,.int Dnm. Wp mwih Rarraina in Wall one in want of Wall Paper will do well to make the.r BRANCH STORE ELM, CORNER YORK. TFLKPHOHK fOWKEfTIOH. C ATA RRH CAN Dnrine the past 18 months I have treated fused to treat upward of 300 cases which my curable stage. 1 am anet nave oeen inorouguiy laminar wim n mo q5 have riven used and practiced by the best known and advanced specialists in the wrlr " gi n my patients the benefit of the same. disea86 were practl. The fact that more than one-half of the persons sufferingwi dis00Ter u cally incurable, led me to a series of investigations and expert something that would CURE CATAEEH. haye aj. jength perfected a For nearly six years 1 have been engaged in this w system of treatment which is ENTIRELY NEV AND ORIGINAL. Different in all respects from that .r V other physiciar , or Petitioner; ,. . . lent ever used or saw used; and I now wish to say different from any method that any p'"m" 0 , x .. . . . . the past and whose cases I was obliged to refuse, and to those who have called upon me ' r , ,. . . x . .... . . . from this loathsome and dangerous disease that 1 am to all others who may be suffer" prepared to unqualifiedly ai' absolutely guarantee a KADICAL. fEliMANEXT AND POSITIVE CURE in any case of Cat-h of any kind or type provided i ther, .is no ries V those inteiwted in this subject win call to them that I CAN CURE CATARRH. CONSULTATION FREE. TREATMENT Blf iPPOIISTMEKT. Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. OFFICE NOT OPES SUNDAYS. H. N. BROWN, M. Potash Victim. Cured by 8. & 3. S. S. S. vs. POTASH. I have had blood poison for ten years. I know I have taken one hundred bottlMof Iodide of potash in that time, bnt it did me no good. Last Bummer my face, necK, Doay and limbs were covered with sores, and 1 could scarcely use my arms on account or rnea matism in my shoulders. I took 8. 8. S., and it has done me more good than all other medi cines I have taken. My face, body and neck are perfectly clear and clean, and my rneo matism is entirely gone. I weighed 116 ponnda when I began the medicine, ana I now weign, 159 pounds. My first bottle helped me greatly, and gave me an appetite like a strong man. I would, not be without S. 8. S. lor several times its weight in gold. . , C. & MiiviHif.T.f" w. 23d St Ferry, 5ew York. miscellaneous. F. A. CARLTON, Plumbing, Steam and Gasfitting Jobbing Promptly Attended To. OFFICE 190 George, cor. Temple St. STEAM HEATING BUILDING. tar-ESTIRIATEg 6IVEN.d mlltf JUST RECEIVED AT - SMEDLEY'S STOREHOUSE ONE CABLOAD GENTS' Driving and Business Horses ALSO 1 Sauare Piano, a Parlor salts, 1 Chamber Salt, 1 Marble Top Center Table, Counters, Show Cases, etc. SHIRTS TO ORDER. j. n. F.iERWirj, 757 Chapel St. Established 1857. I 1 ii i a IMITATORS. Woolen Dress, Black or Colored, consult your interests Velvets at less money than you can procure in other of superior make, and at the mosi advantageous Underwear and Hosiery, and at the most reasonable of Damasks, Linens and Towels, be sure and so to MclNTYRE. MAGUIRE & CO. Lace and Turcoman, Holland Shades, Poles and Lighted, Best Ventilated, Best Regulated, and the greatest values ever shown in Cotton Underwear and CATARRH CURE ItOSR V CO.. 56 West asth St.. MewYorK. wnen pgexltf Paners for the next 30 davs. in "all grades. Any selection soon, while the stock U complete. BE CURED and cured 198 cases of Catarrh, and hav re- experience taught me had Proee88eeetofore an in upon me x m v D., 93 Olive Street, CATTTTOir. Consumer thould not confuse ir Specific with the numerous imitations, evtstitvtet, potash and mercury mixtures which vre got ten np to tell, not on their own merit, bt on the merit of our remedy. An imitation it always a fraud and a cheat, and they thrite only as they can steal fromlhe article imitated. Treatise on Stood and Skin Diseases mailed free. For sale by all druggists. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Qa. medical. Do Not Be Deceived By puddters or trareling opticians who charge ex orbitant prices for fitting eyes, but consult C. M. PARKER, A RESPONSIBLE OPTICIAN, 854 Chapel Street, Sole aeent in New Haven for Dr. Julius King's Combination Spectacles. UepalrtnK Promptly and Neatly one. Rnfnrrnne. n T. 8. Samson, uen Hj. o. ureo- ley, MiloD. Tuttle. Esq., Mr. M. Thomas, Cortheil, B. fihoninger. and many othera. D. M. Clairvoyance. MRS. J. J. CJLAHK The well known business, test nd healing medium, is not only maintaining her reputation as a reliable Clairvoyant, but is convincing new visitors eacn day by her astonishing gifts. She. can be consulted at her residence. 228 Crown ,sreet, on all matter pertaining to business, social affairs, health, etc., and always renders satisfaction. She compounds choice vegetable remedies, which have great po tency in curing diseases. Hours from 10 a. in. to 1 and i! to 5 p. ni. and evenings. D8 JHjs. E. Jones Young DENTIST. T4 Chapel,cor.State,Street B'd'g " - " Omce n"ura from 9 a. m. to 5 p. u. She axxxml and Gkmrier THE CARRINGTON PUBLISHING CO. TbeOldestDailyPaper Published m tionnecticnt. SINGLE COPIES THREE CENTS THE WEEKLY JOURNAL IS PUBLISHES Evbbt Thursday Morning. Blnple copies 5 cents ... $2.00 a year Btrictly in advance - 1.50 a year All letters and inouiries in regard to Kiihsnrintinna o ui uuiuntsss snouia De addressed to THE JOURNAL AND COCKIER, New Haven. Conn. KAtlaa t We cannot accent atinnvmAiia r rat hit Miantul communications. In all cases the name of the writer will be reouired. not for mihlioATinn hut aa a guarantee of good faith. 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The full reports of the inaugural address of Governor Gordon of Georgia show that it was not such an alarming affair as some have thought. ' In fact it was a plain and striking presentation of some of the dangers which the people of this country must face and a plea against the growing tendency to central ization against "a sentiment which not only acquiesces in the diminution of State powers, but demands a stronger and yet stronger government at Washington in proportion to our material advancement, the multiplica tion of States, the increase of population and the birth of new and perplexing prob lems." Governor Gordon states the problem be fore the people of this country as follows: In our effort to preserve peace, property and national life, are also involved the integrity of States, the life of the republic and the ex istence of citizen freedom. The work before ns in the future is the most stupendous task ever imposed npon the statesmanship of any age. It is to save lioerty and yet (overn a country with two hundred millions ot peopM with its vast area; with varied needs end conflicting demands; with its captal pro- tect and its labor to encourage .with its so- cialistic problems to solve, anf yet to leave its citizens free; with its gi-intic corpora tions and mammoth monop63 nieasuring arms with the people themflves ln a word it is to survive the certain perils of the fu ture and still to live aft them at once a united nation and yet a republic of States, sovereign in their sphej independent,eual and free. He points ont tha stability obtained by progressive accretic8 to federal power must end at last in absnt18 or centralization, and cbntines: Stability thus secured is the death 1,1 nr duplex system. It is the de traction of th State independence. It is the doom of free government in America. There is one way, and one way only, to seenre in our momentous future both stability and liberty. That way is to depend, as perils in- - T-jeirtlfiHt otatiiB-- 1 to trust more to local adjustments-. Wnat-'j ever may have been the wisest policy in the past it is certain, I think, that in the future our greatest safety, progress, permanence and freedom lie in the direction of enlarged local administration. The freest government is that which is most controlled by homogeneous communities, and the strongest government for a country like ours is that which devolves npon the States the largest responsibilities. Aa population becomes dense, as industries multiply, as interests conflict, as creeds crash and the discord of jarring theories increases over this wide-extended country, the more and more difficult will become the problem of government through central administra tion at Washington, and the greater will be the necessity for intrusting to the States all questions with which they may constitution ally deal. Surely there is nothing alarming in this. It is timely and calls attention in a forcible way to some matters which need attention. EDITOK14L NOTES. The New York boodle aldermen are find ing out that thirteen is an unlucky number. The Eepnblicans of New Haven must make good nominations if they expect to do much in the election next month. With good nominations they will have much rea son for encouragement. The Social Democrats of London do not seem to be afraid to ask for what they want. The Social Democratic Federation notified Lord Salisbury that a deputation would wait upon him on Sunday, and that he must not attempt to dodge the deputation by go ing into the country Saturday, as usual. Henry George's plan of requiring the pledge of a certain number of votes before a nomination is accepted finds imitators. Georce E. McNeil said he would run as the workingman's candidate for mayor of Boston if four thousand voters so petitioned. Five thousand signers have already been secured and therefore McNeil will enter the race in earnest. Iu Philadelphia a similar movement is making rapid progress. M. Koget, of Geneva, has invented an in genious aud interesting instrument for the torture the small boy. The boy to be punished is made to face a series of metallic wires attached to the conductor of an elec. trioal machine. His body during the period of castigation draws, sparks from the wires, and the sparks (like the stinging shocks which aocompany them vary in their size and effect with the enormity or triviality of the fault to be corrected. It costs the European countries a great deal to be prepared to fight each other. The standincr army of Germany on a peaoe foot ing consists of 427,274 men, the ordinary ex oense of which is about $30,000,000. But the machinery is in order in case of war to call out 1,500,000. France keeps 502,866 men in constant service, with a reserve of over 3.000,000 besides. Both these nations have, moreover, their navies to pay for, Austria-Hungary sustains a regular' army of 284,000 men, with a reserve of over 1,000, 000. .Russia has on a peaoe footing 780,000, and 2,300,000 ready to be called upon in time of war. Italy keeps 170,000 constantly un der arms, with 750,765 in a state of organi zation for emergencies. The clerk of the House of Representative puts down the number .of Democrats in the next House at 170, and the number or re publicans at 155, classifying the.Labor can didates as each has declared himself. In this calculation it is granted that the con gressman yet to be eleoted in Rhode Island will be a Republican. Making no allowance for changes arising from contests the Repub licans will have a majority of the members from twenty States and the Democrats majority from eighteen. Tbe Republicans elected their candidates in twenty-six dis tricts now represented by Demoorats, and the Democrats eleoted their candidates in eleven districts now represented by Republi cans, ihirty-seven districts out of 325, or 11 per cent, of the districts, reversed their majorities or pluralities of 1884. A great many people in Vermont, where prohibition has had a thorough trial, want high license. At a public hearing before the legislative committee one witness declared that there are thirty or forty places where liquor is sold in Montpelier, so that the present law is a dead letter in the capital of the State. Another witness said that as to the licensing of the liquor traffic Verm6nt had been in the business over thirty years. furnishing the capital and the rum and 241 agents to do the business, and that there were 470,000 dozen bottles of lager beer brought into the State last year. The Mont pelier Journal admits that there has been an almost unrestricted sale of liquor in some of our larger places during the past year or two." A committee of the Senate reports that "public sentiment sufficient for the enforcement of the law exists in but few of our towns and villages, and in nearly all of them the sale of liquor is pra ;tically free and unrestricted." RECENT PUBLICATIONS. A Plucky One," by Mrs. George E. Spen cer, author of "Salt Lake Fruit," "The Sto ry of Mary etc., is a novel abounding in strange scenes, startling incidents and exas perating conditions. In all pluck and perse verance come out victorious. The undertone of the book is interesting in the main. The story is a strong one and the characters are well delineated, t he reader of hebon will enjoy this work, new as it is in uiatsrial and style. Its absorbing interest insares it a high place among the light reading of the day. Cassell & Co. publishers, Sew York. For sale in this city by Judd the bookseller. Virginia F. Townsend is the luthor of a nelv story entitled "A Boston Sirl's Ambi tion The story is the fillingout of its ti tle in its length, breadth and iepth. In the main it is true to life and ives admirable lessons to the girls of to-day The writer is well known as the author or many oooes tor girls. Those who hav real "But a Philis tine," or "A Womans Wcrd and How She Kept It," will welccne tlis new story with its unique dress red and gold, iiee & Shepara, publisJers, Boston. For Bale in this city by Ju( 'he bookseller. Confession and Criticisms," by Julian Hawthorneas jnat made its appearance from the jees of Ticknor & Co., of Boston. consi- of A Preliminary Confession; Novelr an(i Agnosticism; Americanism in Fictan; Literature for Children; The Moral in Fiction; The Maker of Many Books; Mallock's Missing Science; Theodore mthrop s Writings; Emerson as an Ameri can; Modern Magic; and American Wild An imals in Art. The papers are interesting, imbued with the powerful imagination and steady thinking of the writer. They are in a way deep and intense, all inspiring and in vigorating. The book is an admirable col lection of choice chapters from the pen of a writer wno m his own sphere has no con temporary. Ticknor & Co., publishers, Bos ton. For sale in this cit y by Judd the book seller. "Field Notes on Apple Culture," by L. H. Bailey, jr., is a little book prepared with a view to afford a guide to those who would engage in apple culture. The teachings con veyed are founded npon successful practice. The author guides the novice so that mis takes may be avoided in the effort to reach profitable results. Some of the papers have been published in the "American Cultiva tor" and elsewhere. Published by the O. Judd Co. , New York. For sale in this city by Judd the bookseller. "Manners Makyth Man," by the author of How to Be Happy Though Married." It is not a book of etiquette, for its author "is by no means a master of ceremonies." Man ners are used in the old sense of the word tious corrupt goodmanners. papers appeared in a different form iu Cham bers' Journal, two in the Quiver, two in the Queen, two in the Family Circle and two in the Household Words. iKx book will give as much pleasure as its predecessor. Charles Scribner's Sons, publishers, New York. For sale in this city by Judd the bookseller. Frederick Schwatka has written another book entitled "Children of the Cold," deal ing with where and how they live: how their houses are built; playthings, sleds and coast ing; the dogs and how they are kept, etc. Children will enjoy the chapter on Eskimo andy and that on Eskimo patience, as well as those on the athletic amusements, the work of the children, seal hunting, fishing, etc. The closing chapters tell how -clothes are made and how the winter is passed. It is a very interesting book and will be read with pleasure by all who have any interest in the cold regions of -the North and their in habitants. The previous works or tne au thor have been widely received. He deals with a subject with which he is personally familiar and that too in an interesting way. Cassell & Co., publishers, New York. For sale in this city by Judd the bookseller. "The Buchholz Family" is a little vol ume of sketches of Berlin life by Julius Stinde, translated from the forty-ninth edi tion of the German original by L. Dora Schmitz. The volume of sketches attained an immense popularity in Germany, reach ing the hftietn eaition in two years, rut those not especially interested in the sub ject there is eDough of keen observation and general knowledge ot unman nature to make the book interesting independent of ts local colorine. The book has appealed to widely different circles in Germany and deserves acceptation among English read ers. The piquancy of the original is pre served as much as it is possible to pre serve it by the translator. A letter writ ten to the author by frince Bismarck ex pressing his delight in reading the work is printed in the preface. Tne delineation of Berlin lite is excellent ana couiu not uu improved upon. Charles Scribner 8 bons, publishers, New York. For sale in this city by Judd the bookseller. eoMMtriNioA'iioNS. Light aud Darkness. To the Editor of the Journal and Courier: Men, aud corporations of men, love dark ness rather than light. Their deeds are evil, and that's the reason why. . This is gospel truth. Witness Apostle John, chapter 3, 19. Think of it again. Good is the light. It is a conservator. Whoever saw, in Droaa aay- liuht. in tbe midst of a citv lull of living ttimii- snp.h a rascallv attack of the respectable woman who utters ner complaint iu insi oai urday morning's Courier? Ah, no! a well iiehted eitv makes us all watchmen. A well lighted city is the very best auxiliary of our city police. wimoub nuuu " - places of our city are a refuge for the perpe trator of cruelties. And there are such places in our very city centers. Witness even within our ancient nine sqnareB. See High street right in the rear and adjoining the col lege giounds of the Yale dormitories. It is oue of the darkest streets of the old squares. Aud those very college grounds are no Det ter. If our electric light were not a fearfully exaggerated symbol of the light written, Its lightning flash would long sinoe have chased the darkness ont rrom tne muiug what mav yet be known, in many an indi vidual history, as the dark and bloody ground. Has Yale no sympathy for the re lief of such a thought? Observer. DIFFERENT. There's a difference in -men. Some think twice before marrying, ana some marry twice before thinking. Washington Critie. A convict with a ball and chain attach ment gave as an excuse lor not taking a summer vacation that he was too closely tied to business. Fuck. A correspondent wants to know what is the best cure for insomnia. Has the gentle man tried going for several nights without sleep? Somerville Journal. Wife "I guess I will get your fall over coat and see if it's all right. Is it hanging uu?" Husband "Yes, it's hanging up but it ain't all right, for I have lost the ticket." Judge. . "Sue Fitzpercy has a rare amount of airy persiflage," remarked the high school ijirl; "have you noticed it, Amy?" "I noticed she had a tremendous big bustle, Mildred, but I didn't know the dictionary word for it." Pittsburg Chronicle. Pastor "En I says again, bredder'n, put not yoh trust in kings 1" Still small voice in congregation "Right you is, chile, right yoh is; aces is bettah, 'n dat'a de reason I'se come ter chn'ch wivout no obercoat dis mawnin'." Tid Bits. i. An agricultural paper affirms that nine tenths of the trouble and diseases among poultry are the result of closely. It is to be hoped that poultry fan- living next aoor to a neighbor with a large garden will remember this. Boston xransenpt. I see Italy is trying to borrow 3,500,000 lires," observed Ebenezer Jones. "That's a good many," replied Zebedee Smith, "but li tne applications had been made before election, this country could have furnished a good proportion of them." Pittsburg A taeries of Disasters. Tramp "Won't you neip a poor man that lost his family by the Charleston earthquake?" Housekeeper rv uy you are i ne same man that lost his ramily last year by the Ohio river floods." Tramp "I know it. mum. I am one of the most unfortunate gintlemen on the face of the earth." Chicago Eambler. "UtlK V 111 KB "JJ1CK. m v tmv. will vonr oiotc! -txeuie oe nome this eveniner' lattle iiek "Guessol" "It's only a night or two " x caiiea, put i ii nice to call again this evening if I thought she'd be home. Here's some candv for von. Dinlr " ; ThanVa aw. fully." "Now, Dick, I want you to be a good iouow oi mine." "Well, I'll De careful iioi iet ner Know you are coming." Oma- ""8 nne day a scncnrleav'lla man puma to town With a Pailful of clams, which ho anA Then washing out the nail careful v. h hud . gallon of mlasses poured into it and started uome. H eelinp the VailTht nf hia hnrrlon he pnt a stick through me pail, and hung the u V HI lilts KM (111 1(1 Mr rT0RAnt.lv immnn along in an abstracted fashion, the Spriggles ville man espied a nin in thu road, and hinrr nf fVni if. j JsIC ihis seemed to the molasses to be as good a chance as it could Snd.acd it promptly step ped out of the pail and walked all over the t, 1 nun ii rj eiuuuni iu I'lUH ic up. oack ot the Scngglesviile man's neck. "Good heavings!" gasped the Scrigglesville man, as he struggled to his feet and viewed the de vastation wrought npon the scenery, "a gal lon ot molasses tor a pin." This teaches us never to fow away a certainty forannn C8rta"'.v. nocKiana Uouner-Gaaette. ITKlttS FOU CUFPE8 DRINKERS. The Different Varieties or Coffee-How m ne Heverase should be Prepared. Physician, in the Washington Star. A . 3 : . i . ... uiuiuK luarereui, statement there are over 600 grades of coffee on the market. which might lead many to believe that there are as many different species of the plaut, which is not true, however, for there are but raw ot these, and one only i. e., the eofices arabica from which the genuine article is obtained, consequently the e-radinc mnat. Tia arbitrary or dependent npon individual cap rice. 1 he true grading and price of comma dity result from the treatment the coffee ber ries receive after they have been gleaned, wnicn varies according to the locality of growth. In Brazil and the West Indies as fast as the fruit ripens it is gathered, placed on mats or floors adapted to the purpose, ex posed to the sun and frequently stirred to expeaite the drying process. When dry enough the berries are passed through heavy rollers.which remove the tough outside mem- orane and pulp that enclose the beans. The latter are then carefully winnowed, eors ed, put into bags and are ready for market. The varieties of coffee chiefly distinguished in commerce are the Mocha," from Arabia, esteemed the best on account of its being richest in caffeine, the alkaloid to which cof fee owes its popularity. The Mocha grains are easily recognized by their comparative smallness, gray, iuclining to greenish color. The Java, or East India coffee, has large yellow beans. Jamaica coffee beans are of a greenish cast, smaller than the Java, but lar ger than the Mocha. Suriman has the largest sized bean of all,whilst the Bourbon has med ium size, pale yellowish, inclined to whitish, beans. Liberia, Laguayra and other kinds have no distinguishing features to entitle them to especial notice here. The fruit of the coffee-tree is a red berry resembling a cherry, havinsr a Dale, insinid. glutinous pulp, inclosiner two hard. oval seeds tiilinif i rrr ftrrff'ilmT"niiiiVi,.iy oh,.nf., thiTi i.in ed with a tough, cartilaginous membrane call ed the "parchment." Orientals do not prepare coffee for drink ing purposes as we do. Arabs make it from the unroasteJ beans. The buJtan of Turkey, formerly, if not cow, has a bercrage made out of the dried pulp and pericarp for his own ue, while some of his subjects prepared by a process similar to that for tea leaves so treated contain a larger proportion ot cafteine than the neaus. Roasted to a reddish brown coler, coffee loses 15 percent, by weight, and gains in bulk 30 per cunt. If the process of roasting is continued uutil the coffee assumes a chest nut brown, 20 jer cent, by weight is lost, and 50 per cent, in bulk gained. Roasted to a dark trown,it Uses 25 per cent, by weight, and increases 60 ter cent, iu bulk. The roasting of coffee in some manner develops a volatile oil in the uain to the extent of about one part in fiftj that is not present in the raw state, to which it owes its delight ful aroma. If the roasting is protracted be yond a light-brown color, this delicious odor is jeopardized, if not emtirely destroyed. Coffee keeps best in the green state; the older and drier the graik, unroasted the better, it is said, is the ooflee when it is roasted. Fortunately for mankind, coffee is a whole some and harmless beverage, and rarelv leaves any unpleasant effects behind, even when in dulged in to excess. It is eminenUy the cup that cheers and does not inebriate. Therapeutically, coffee is a great eonserva tor of the tissues; it prevents waste ' ot the hodv. allavs thirst, hunger, and as above intimated, cheers the mind but does not intoxicate the brain, while the aromatic oil it contains has a gentle aperient effect npon the bowels. For this latter purpose it is best taken soon after rising in the moraine about the strength of two table- spoonfuls of finely ground coffee to a pint of boiling water, drank fire minutes after mixing. Regarding the toxio properties (so called) of coffee, little need be said. Only lower animals have exhibited any great sensitive ness in this respect, and then not until after very large doses of the alkaloid, caffeine, had been administered to them, which, when given to a man iu the- same quantities, caused bat little temporary nervous distur bance. Its effect, like medicine generally, depends upon the constitution, tempera ment aud idiosyncrasy of the individual using it. To extract all the good qualities of coffee, says Professor Donovan in his Physiological Journal, 1826, the fresh, nnely-ground coffee requires two separate and somewhat opposite methods of treatment. On the one hand the flavor is 'lost by boiling, while on the other it is necessary to subject it to that degree of heat in order to extract its medical quality. Tha rfifH.-.nlties are overcome by dividing the water to be used in the making : mto eqnal parts. With one of these the coffee must be mixed cold and placed on the fire ..Hi Vi,a of boilinc. when it is taken off the tire and allowed to settle. The liquor is then poured off and the other portion of water which ought now to be boiling hot is added to the grounds and strongly boiled for five minutes, after which the two portions of liquid are mixed togeth er forming a combination of all good properties of the coffee in the greatest per fection. He Was Some Lunatics. fFrora the Detroit Free Press.1 A saloon-keeper on Gratiot street sat at his door the other afternoon, wondering why it was that so many men in Detroit preferred buttermilk to beer, when two strangers came along. One of them placed his right heel on the penny, and thsn bent over to see how far he could reacn ana mark tne nag stone with a nail. As he reached out he lifted his heel off the penny, and the other man picked np the coin, slipped it into his pocket and winked at the salooniBt. "That's a long reach, ' said IN o. 1, aa ne atraiehtened ud. Yes. but von lit tea your neei on mo cent." "No, I didn't." "Bet you a dollar!" "I'll take it." "Hold on, sheutlemens," said the beer-seller aa he rose up: "I like to make Borne bets "t bet S3 mv heel is on a penny," said No. 1. "I take dot bet awful queek," replied the saloonist,and a couple of $1 bills were handed ff N'o 2. No. 1 sat down on the walk, pulled off his shoe and held it up that the saloon-keeper might see a penny screwed fast to the heel. He replaced his shoe after a moment, rose up and bowed courteously, and the pair walked off. They were at least half a block away recovered sufficiently to say: "Vhell! vhell! 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